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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: January 1, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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i. r .tCCtCtCtCtCg! : Voloo of An American Communit, Dedicated. to the American Way of Life r'} j

VOLUME l-1fe. U' ''I1J1 STUART NEWS STUART;MARTIN coum. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1948 PRICE TEN tENTS



Drive Starts ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT.STUART SAILFISH CONTEST CLUB CLOSES APR/I/' M Babson Predicts Inflation End Nov. 2 t

Chamber : Standing a. .f Dec Z9SAILFISII ':, ". ,/


Joseph Pllcer, New York City, caught aboard, The Spray.
,Capt. Ra9 Young: length I. feet. Sees War Preparations Lower Taxes \

Dr. Samuel IA.h. Newark, N. J.. caught aboard the Keoga, Il. .1
A VOLUNTEERS TO BREAKFAST ROVING GYPSIES CUpt\ Dale Noyes, weight (4 pounds.



AS KICK-OFF FOR CAMPAIGN ROB AGED MAN Capt BUIEFIN Jack'TUNAGeorge Whltlcar R. Fearing weight, Boston 9 pounds Mass, caught. aboard The Hobo FOR GOVERNOR Realty Values Will Be Firm,



MarUn'County Chamber; ;;f Commerce 1948 member. OF HIS SAVINGS DOLPHIN T>8. Wlnn, New Smyrna Beach:"Caught aboard' c', The Spray, Stocks Edgy ,Analyst Says

ship'drive with > goal of $10.(000 will be launched' Captain Ray 'Young Weight 31 Vt pounds ? ,

at a breakfast to be attended by 60 volunteer workers at SNOOK M
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Hotel at 8 a, m, next Monday morning Jan. 5. Alleged Bogus Passer 1948 IN ANUTSHELL
Stuart Is Arrested AtOkecchobce Fred Brenner Cedarhunt, Long bland, N Y. Caught luSt '
"OUr objective II0 put the tucle Inl!t. Weight J2',4 pounds i
drive over In one week," said L TOURIST GUESTS TO '' i BUSINESS Watch out after November 2, 1948,
C. Klckllter, chairman, under PRESENT SHOW AT 'I' TROUT COMMODITIES;Whole..!* price peak m sight.
whose guidance the successful OCEAN BREEZE CAMP Roving gypsies gypped William Fred Marcus: Kobe Sound. Caught on 'plug Weight \' s TAXES I Personal income taxes! will be somewhat
1941 drive was carried out J. Griffin of Palm City 'of $S72 lower.
The** are an busy men." he Tourist guest! of Ocean I In hard-earned savings Sheriff pounds t ounce LABOR Wageworkera 1
to use Taft-Hartley
O H Hancock warned this
declared,land It Is our hope that II"'amp, will WAHOO ;
present a Bill check labor
morning, asking residents to Inform a* on leaders.
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the public at large will cooperate public entertainment Minstrel Roscoe Rollins, superintendent of schools, Stuart. Caught
REAL ESTATE Increased
him of this similar suburban
When I or any building.
by seeing them promptly ,Memories of 1941, for As- aboard Jean Dare, Captain Earl Dare. Weight 53 pounds
gypsy groups seen In the county POLITICS Election
they calk Each he said, 1s sedated Cbarltle at the year propaganda. .
fully Informed on Chamber lava at t I:13 p.m. Jan. 15. M 21,camp with I The gypsies told the elderly To date there are no entries by women anglers In the sallflsh STOCKS) A year for' switching.- .
man, who has ben III for
foe Martha County growth treaty In the east. Admission some division or, for that matter tn any Of the other'classes. Threebronze 1 BONDS: Low-coupon rate, long-term bonds '
and wilt,be" glad to answer any trill be ?fe for adults and Mo time by packaging, that they the could savings cure If him he sallflsh statuettes are this year's prises, but anglers are will be lower

questions Volunteer eanyUl er. will have for children. The tamp donated would carry the bundle, under advised that flsh to be eligible\ for competition In the sailfish division j j 1 1I
copies of the 14 program of more than U MM last win his shirt next to his heart for I *, must either be caught from boats privately operated. or BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL OUTLOOK FOR 1948
work ter to the March of Dimes days On the th) day he openedthe charter boats members of the Stuart Sailfish, Club and this rule Colin English, State SipciinIfiKltut I I By: ROGER. BABSON

Th Chamber hopes to get 500 eunpalga.- package, found nothing buta applies to those eligible for sailfish button presented by the club. (If Sdxxils, today I irm- I 1, 1948 will be, more or less, of -a duplicate of 1947.
members In the drive Names ot 1 pack of> cigarettes-and ,felt Honor plaques awarded to angler catching- on rod and reel, silly announced his c-andil.itv Certainly there will be no "depression" as so many pessimists -

the tww members will be published INSTALLATIONOF worse P. H. Hale anaurance'aal... the heaviest fish In the following specie: la, Governor of Florida, uliting! are talking about, but fundamental conditions -,will

|an The Stuart Newt man, was arrested by the sheriffat WhIte Marlin Grouper "it will 1 bet my purpose to l lain\|; become increasingly less' favorable. Watch out after November l
to tin Slate the lii>l h d k'
600 ATTEND MASS Okeechobee City Tuesday\ Blue Martin Ladyflsh! ante ( > 2, 1948.
AT CATHOLIC CHURCH FLOTILLA 9 night and returned here to face Swordfish Tarpon HUH( ,){ iffitKiKy Malt has GENERAL BUSINESS

a charge of passing' allegedly King Mackerel Sea; Trout cliunicturi-yxl the uclmunsliatiiiriof 2. The above paragraph, applies! mostly to groan: business
,A capacity crowd of 600 people worthless checksHELICOPTER Wahoo Weakfish l Honil.i education tlurmt, the Certain industries will show pmaller net: profit

IU.ndedhe Christmas Eve mid SET FOR MONDAYVictory Amberjack Blueftsh putt. : dt'esde.DWIGHT, This means that, in some cases. dividends may be less In

night Mass at BL Joseph Catholic IS cabin .,' Snook 1948. Remembe $om things may be allocated or ration. ,
Church. The musical program USED FOR DUSTING Dolphin .: ',-- Pompano cd again m 1948. ,
was praised by all The Spanish Mackerel"Manerove x Snapper ROGERS 8. The reconversion from war to peace has been entirely I
three altar were beautifully bedecked Medals to be"" Barracuda ,I '*; "c: Sheepshead completed; war surpluses well of
with polnsettiaa and Winter' Haven-The first helicopter f1;,: ; are pretty disposed ;
fern. The two small altar and Presented _War to be used for dusting Bonito 'I Crevalle and 1948 will even show a resumption! t>t military purchases
the main altar carpet are gifts VolunteersStuart : citrus groves In Florida was put Arctic Bonllo' Gafftopeall HERETO ADDRESS .
donated by parishioners I Into service last week by George Albacore Channel Bass 4, Inventories, quoted both at their price values and
Masse on New Tear's Day will 'a Flotilla, t, U S. CoastGuard Petrouleas head othe Dixie Tuna\ Flounder1 their volumes, will increase during 1948 Both raw material -
be at I and 11 ajn In Stuart Auxiliary, will Install of. Dusters a group of former Army Allison Tuna OAR UDC GROUPS piles and manufactured l goods will be in greater

and 10 a.m. tn 'Bob Sound, at Seers at Monday meeting at crop flyers dusting who have operation tarried ov.rhe on a CAll fish\ must be welghe'd In at the Stuart Ftr, House and their supply during 1948) H
the theater weight witnessed by officer of the Stuart Sailfish Club. __ :
the Log Cabin at I p.m. A district state from Gilbert field here, I "': -' COMMODITY PRICES

official will conduct the during the past year. Point to 1948 As Most 5. Notwithstanding: the above paragraph/ some allocations i

LARRY SIMONDSTO special service When Phil Pence Petrouleas reports that the. Entries in TournamentAs Serious Year of or priorities may be reinstated in 1948. The public
Many
major advantage of the helicopter
Will become commander, Von K. History Is tick of high prices and will make demands for Dome

Jourdan, vice-commander and which over the they conventional have been using aircraft i -............ price controls in the case!; of certain products in short supply

STAGE SHOWAS t. O Gray, training officer successfully Is that tt lies Saiifish (IClubActivities: Congressman Dwlght Rogers 6.. The recall; price of some goods other\ than toofjpfmlucta
Division 'Vice-Captain H. C. vertically and can hover almost Joined by ,Scnatoi Albert W. will be higher, during: 1948 as the final turn\ hM '
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Beckman: 'has arranged\ a presentation motionless over a given spot 4 %. Hawk Of Montclaif, No J?, ntoke' not yet been reached for all types' of' Odll. *
GYO BENEFITA ceremony during: which allows for complete and Accelerated Fishing's FineMAN here Friday Afternoon at a Joint 7. We !expect' to see the peak in wholesale commodity

which Victory' Medals of World trees thorough dust. coverage ot citrus ; I meeting Of the DAR and UDC prices sometime during 1948, W e, therefore, advise goingcap :'

be i chapters: ot West Faint Beach )' on inventories, especially on borrowed money. .
War 2 will the
given 34 members -
A by the CYO CARDINAL MOONEY WHO KNEW PRESIDENT ULYSSES S. GRANT The 1 kneeling< t.be 'Wlllaford 8. Retail price changes ,,'iIIlalr after wholesale price
of the flotilla Ify a CoastGuard i
will be presented Jan 2> and SO Thin
changes. explains why retail
we prices
expect
EXPECTED HERE .JAN. CATCHES : R. Leach home at SewalM Point on
in the High School auditorium officer. "The men who WH.dpPERSNOOK IN ST. LUCIE .
merchandise hold
good( quality to .up{ for awhile after
tarry Blmond. director, will i served without pay and volunteered was attended by visiting mem <
hold tryouts Thursday Jan. 1 for wartime duty, In addition Cardinal Edward C Mooney ot By RICHARD F'A 'WARNER ben of the patriotic organizations wholesale prices begin to decline. BUT 1918 WILL BE;
at 7;JO pMn.: at the Woman to carrying on civilian Detroit tOne of Martin County Executive Secretary Stuart Sailfish Club from several A YEAR: OF WAR PREPARATIONS
work during the war, are to be most distinguished winter visitors Kant Coast FARM
OUTLOOK
(Club The director accompanlcd
A 64 sailfish entered in the the
by his talented wife, Dorothy ricognlsed by our government,'' ., will arrive fan S for a win pound weight claws of. : cities 9. The total farm income for lD4S'should approximately -
annual tournament, and a 22 pound snook, caught by an : Rogers presented In a serious
has performed In the theaters' Capt Beckman aald The Stuart ter vacation it the Port Bewail
night club and U B.O. camp group Includes Barry C. Beck winter home for priests He will elghty- ne-yeaMjld ,angler who as a boy of thirteen went vein the national and Intcrna equal that Of 1947 ; but we forecast lower pricesfor
show throughout Florida forth man, Arnold 'M, Bauer, Leland be accompanied by the Rev, John fishing and crabbing with General Ulyses S, Grant-4liese tlonal problem of the world today wheat 'corn, and certain other products farmers
last six: yean Prior to this Bauer, Phil Pence, W; R. Leach M. Powers, pastor of St. Ann were the highlights in a week of continued. excellent fish deploring the thought of should certainly! diversify more In 1!>4B, get out of debt,
they staged shows in cltlei from. W. R. Baker, William Vincent Church ot Cleveland. log off the St. Lucie inlet. another war and the (allure of put money into improvements, and prepare for real troubles '
New England Georgia. For (deceased l. Web Ordway, J. D. The Rev. Maurice! J. Casey of -- _.- .......- the peace thus fat THc World (,me day.
It yean Blmoads directed t>U Gray..Jam's P. Burnette Homer 'Youngstown, Ohio and the Rev 1 The: sail ;was caught by Dr to me, is In a bad condition. 10 The Ripply of certain vegetables, fruit?. and fish
own modernistic studio in Hudson: / Ernest Carver, Henry C. Babcock of Detroit are also Samuel Ash,, gee South 13th STORIES GOING think W* are at the crwfcroads product! should increase; during 1948 and the price of
Providence .and was chosen by Hansen, John T ,Lisa, Fred E. ,expected this month i Street, Newark, N. J., aboard the today and that this country I Ia In those should fall off barring Home weather, insect, or blight
Rue and Mark Smith The riverfront estate has u serious a situation today a>
local direct
to Meoga, Captain 'Dale Noyes In '
plays, :/n": : : l and review Ernest Tyner, John Michael- proved a popular retreat for the i iprJe.ta I It has ever been," he laid catastrophes ,
command, and the snook which
*. OUl.ltandlnllll\Onl these IOn, Fay W. Loy, Harold Schwar- and each winter the NORTH ABOUT Stating that there are Just two II Meat will be shorter supply in 1948 than in 1947 I
was Providence College whichhe tH Ralph: Hartman, 8r, Roy guest list includes numerous dignitaries Just missed fading that class Ideologic today, that of Russia Should the current propaganda to "eat less and have a
directed the "Pyramid Flay Lane, Jomes; Pomeroy, Jr, James of the church, some remaining by Charles Cole of New 'York and the United States, communism better figure" gain popularity. upward pressure on meat
era. ,* an associate of the "Black Stockley Chjtt Homan, L. E. De- as long as two months City, a guest at the Pelican, l Hotel LOCAL FISHING and democracy or atheism prices! would be greatly reduced
Friars" for sis year 1934 to kwBh. ?.KenneUllacklon.. E. J and Christianity bs added that 13: : Farmer will try to get both 1048 Presidential candidates
1M1, Their time Is belch donated Arnold, Jesse Griffin, Arthur COULD PUSHING Dr. Ash's sail measured 7 footS Russia can overrun Europe in { promise further subsidies "
to the CYO-- Rowell: A. C. Courson, Steve COOPER CAMPAIGNJohn I 30'' day If we withdraw completely -
Tickets for the show will be i, Koronskl, Ariel Cameron and Inches, relatively short tot one New,Sailfish Club Secretary: from that continent The .above four' Farm Forecasts assume normal weather
saM at LaPolnte Jewelry Shop Jack Coleman could Stuart law student of that weight'' and 'was officially "Covering' The e Senator Hawks, republican which wedo hot attempt to predict
and by all CYO member, directed Jkckman'whO was recently at Stetson University Is registered at the Fire Station Waterfront"hometown who has served five year In the LOWER TAXES
by Mrs. Fred Hendrtckson. elected captain of division S ofd.1lZlef serving as chairman of a committee Monday evening Half an -- Senate. praised the democratic 11: The Federal debt''' will be decreased during 194$.
I \ T frill be. Installed at a to arouse Interest of Mar be congressman1 remarks, adding 14 No personal taxes/ will be Increased during 1948
hour later, at the Fire Station \newspapers will
that "There was tune
district meeting with other district tin County Stetson alumni In the never a
OPENS OFFICE HERE I officials who will take over program of Dick Cooper: candidate George R. Fearing of 14 8 Beacon printing ,stories this winter when It was more Important for and there will be some reductions; perhaps 5 per, centto
Dr. Harry Semones, osteopathic duties With the new year.' ,for Oovrnor. Street, Boston a guest at the about "the folk on vacation the men and women In Congress 10 per cent in the upper brackets and the entire elimination .
physician who practiced Sunrise entered a 10''pound catching fish tn the Martin to think straight' Ms flew 21; I of those in the lowest bracket.
000 mile across the ocean: England 15Ve forecast that the new tax bill will enable
at Roanoke.Va..for 20 years, had bluefln tuna. boated aboard the County areaRichard a
arrived here to open an officein 1 Kiwanis Governor to Speak Hobo, Captain Jerk WhltlcarMr Fay Warner, new and the continent after VE man to share his Income tax equally with hin'wlf. without
Day and told of a conferenceWith
the Victory 1 Arcade Dr. ee- Dole like any good fisherman sharing his Income or property
executive of Sail-
Hones spent the last four winters secretary the Prime Minister Churchill 16. The 25 cent tax limit long-term will
ls ready to talk !fishingby per on gains
in Fla With his fish Club, I II' specializing tnending at thattime. -
Hollywood, At Ladies the hour He so himself unchanged,
Night Friday says remain
on Steel
| W living at the AtlanticTHE and lit a brief Interview we had out dally 'release of Mrs Paul DAR regentof
catches by visitors well! the Seminole Chapter of West RETAIL SALES
mad/ as I
him at the Pelican he
' I ---- with about General Grant told as supplying fishing editors Palm Beach opened the meetlhg 17. Good on counters will be of better grade in 1948, /
, O. Harold Martin Fort Lauderdale SPEAKS FRIDAY ," across the nation with current and turned the program over to even if retail prices .hold up. '
' TIDES attorney, Governor of ( was living' near Red Bank, data on fishing activity Both Mrs Henry Kohl. Palm Beach, 18. There will be many "markdown sales" of goods of
K 7 on the River
Shrewsbury :
national and Florida fishing Florida State chairman of Americanism "
the Florida District of KI..anl.and .
: ;q1 Inferior quality and curbs on installment buying {
Internationally known for he recollected, "and one afternoon editors will receive weekly, I may, re-
Mira ML lee _L., ,.., ii. $5. l.N hU .Klwanls efforts, will be the my fathers cousin drove round-ups and special releases H. B Bvytn. director of vocal; turn, ..
a t9M..Mt..Gael., principal speaker at Klwani Ow, up with a tine team of HambHtonian from Warner, who lit contacting music pf the Wst Palm Beach 1 19. The dollar value of all retail sales in 1948 should '

-t.-1"-==nu ,./..." eve Alr. I Ladles Night at 7 p.m. Friday, blacks In .a firewater the boat and Baiting visitors schools, sang two solos, ccompanled at least equal 1947 '
..... II ..I..... fa ..... t.p-WI.e; Jan. 2. at Stuart Woman'i Club. buggy Young plan a Brewster dally : by' Mrs Swyers at the 20, The unit value of retail sales will be less In 1948!)
5, w. ... aeMILH.. : buggy was ,the thing in those Mon than'' 20 new itorleswere piano and led group singing of I
w. L W. Governor Martin has: a distinguished than in 1947; there will be fewer customer purchases inmost
...... '.11. .... r.S.tree .i record of public service SAL years. My father cousin L. J. lent out by Warner In his Christmas. carols stores although. \ each customer may visit mote stores /
Phillips, of Vow York said '
In his own communityIncluding City first Week: on the Job, to Miami, Local DAR and CDC members "
..... ass i to' around.
} tee ihll lea set : sponsoring: of an BO-aere he wanted to go crabbing and Boston, Tlpp City Ohio, Jamestown assisted Mrs Leach at the beautifully "shop
tee u: Ier Sos recreation park In Fort Lauder. fishing In the Shrewsbury, and N. Y. Fairfield\, Conn, appointed tea tables and FOREIGN TRADE <* +
tea. 5,11 05e hoe 055". Seth..NI d_le--and has been 'one of the he had with him In the buggy a Danville; N Y., 8yracuse-N Y members of tbs Garden Club otqtuart 21, Our foreign trade will be'less in 1945 than In 1947,
; a. : ers, t SIS (,tea prime workers do State Key Club boarded gentleman. That man Detroit, Yonkers, New York: had arranged floral designs We shall help Europe!; but it will ben,! II more economicaland !
.et 011 lees activities His slogan for State was Oeoeralf OrantJ Louisville, Ky., Charlotte N. C, throughout c the spaciousreception efficient scale, "
KJvanls effort has been "Build Asked if the General got any and Rock: Bill & C. room which attracted '
22. More foreign loans will be'made during 1946.!) bat
For Peace .Patriotism, Oppor crabs, Mr. Cole replied, "oh yee,* He will\ also supply local flsh unusual attention of the guests. :
THE MAYMER tunity" and added that the river In I Ing information for broadcasting many of there will be direct to business concerns rather

New officer to be formally Installed those yean was full of them over WIRA and other Florida -, 1 than to political governments
are: Rev, Phil Maxwell By his tone'jQt 1< the imP radio stations.GENERAL EDMUNDS] HEADS STETSON '23 There will be considerable competition from other
uwt. ..., U.w.k a we.lMt w s ee4.C.oer.w NM. president Price French, vice- slain that Grant couldnt DeLand. J. OWe Edmunds. countries In legitimate foreign trade where the credit f is
w1.. .rust, PIoooI president; H, R. Thayer, secretary missed, and we also got the I STORMUXnB of Jacksonville: was today named I rood Other countries will not compete with ua in our"charitlea"'btlt
I T..oatse a..Y.r.ti and Ira Decker, treasurer pre&llo"hat, in his president of John B Stetson ..
certainly will for all
; they compete
profitiblebji
, ,M.MML.- University, Dr. William
succeeding
!New directors are: Charles tInt, the spanking team of arc; King of St Augustine
::. .vi, aIai Rue O W. Tllton Bill Porter, bUtonlana and the Brew! has been appointed General I Slmi;Allen who resigned. & !sneo; .. .
I: J fe: :a5e T. T. OughUrson. L. C. Kick buggy of long ago really .\ Storekeeper of tea.JiASLmintetratton.:: : ] : IS year sd-i :$T;Throughout 1948 War talk and uprisings will continue
II .. User, Henry Kindred and Carl out, aa much a* Orant. I Coast Railway tM-\ i announcewas ; 'but no World War III wilt start in 1948. WAR,
y. M.r;:, : Bridge ton Tyson, retiring The same day that Mr' the line ann.ouneectadl)', oft made by the trustee of the REPARATIONS WILL ,ACCELER ,TE. .' ,
/ .. .tMO president, will .ne on the t7. HARO MARTIN got his S3 pound snook, h* : ceeding A. R. Dale who University following there meeting ,
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;; I t t JUNIOR RED CROSS PRESENTS RADIO PROGRAM, SENATOR CRART SPEAKS that 75 per''cent of the request The agency's hatcheries are
VETS TO END AT FRATERNITY DINNER received lor restocking were approved located at Winter Haven, We- I
U.rST'Jour' Rooms, Apartment and Rental I \by the. Commission wahltchka and Holt
{orne* with u*. Senator Evan Crary was guest

'L. FULFORD SEASON FRIDAYIN t ra speaker Tuesday' night; at a Delta

Tau Delta Fraternity dinner at
.... wR....! E.t.t. s4 r : the Klndlan Hills Country ClubIn A "

Ii. JJUY1NC SELLING e RtTlMCpHOrfcRTY \ WEST PALM Fort Pierce, HAPPY NEW YEAR .

MANACEMEN wrc i Also attending from! Stuart TO ALL'OUR FRIENDS AND C/STONERS
Write P. 0. Box No -- were member Including EvansCtal'1.
MAY WE HAVE THE'PRIVILEG/OF SERVING _.
Shipei DIM Back in Play
321 North Colorado 'n It. John Priestman and ,'
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Phone 311 Dennis Hudson, Jr. \
Stuart Flo a No. ,7 c 1948DANIEL'S '
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Idle last week end the Stuart BASS AND BREAM

Vets football outnt will close PLANTED IN STATE P O. ARCADE, / STUART t"LA. "\
1 1 1 1 1 1111 I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I h I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ilq I I I l I l I l I I I I I I I I I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I out IU 1947 season In a return \ I II'f"

match with the West Palm Beach C.uUnt Photo. Tallahassee-The'lIt.ate Game
i The Marhi County Junkw'Red Cmoi presented a ,special Christmasmigrant
WANTEveryone D Jet at Anderson Field In West And Fresh'Water Fish Commission i,I I.
.: [ Sunday Dec 21, over WIRA ut Fort pierce :The program' )
Palm Friday nlllht'at 8:IS. released nearly 5000000( FISH AN
umici1 the of Mrs. Tuck, Red Cross
Wall ItuulrrsMp Dorothy1 Junior
\
Know Wherepott.r Buy
to cy n Garden With passer Warren ShIpes' baby bass and bream throughout R AIRING ,'; ,
Sundial Chairman! and Wendell Waters, Stuart band director Waters tllreHoMhe'iilgri ROD AND RftL '
Bird Baths 'Vases, Hanging ,
Florida this '
boll-stricken left arm reported year. / SERVICE "
nchnur Mri NO DELAYS 'ROMP1 -
thoru) Soloists
Baskets, Flower La."PALM group. were Dorothy John F. Dequlne, the agency'schief ,
considerably mended the Vets Tuck, )bliss Betty' Lou Mutliewm< and Miss AntIC! Fillrnun. The pro fisheries biologist, said time .Complete Line of Penn Keels and South Bend TackleWe
CITY L CABIN are expected to take the Held\ gram; was rend by Mb' Beverly ,Smith,and Jolui Cudcl Script for ftiigerllng were planted in .104 Sell Parts r All Makia of Reelt j.
In full strength In quest Ofj elr program written by Miss SmilK fresh water lakes and streams WE CARRY NATION LLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
(First Turn to Right Af Cross ft Bridge) seventh victory of Ike-Campaign. in 42 counties. All of these water '
They: have lost three and tied Dequlne disclosed' are opento SEA HORS TACKLE CO. i''''
G F BLAUVELTniiiiiii l-iubert'Clements' Is Honored public ftshlng '
once During 1947, th6 biologist said, '
IIIIIII1IIII11111111UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIIIU : The Jets powered by a heatyling : production of ,p&bj Ash at the Old Dixie Highway, 'Near Jensen Beach li

; and scatback Bobby Rlggs, For Twenty Years Utility Job commission's, hatcheries jumpedto ) HARRY SWINCLEHURST Owner fir
Witt and Martin, are undefeatedIn a total of 1'4 full tank trucks
three start this fall, tate in compared to 105 truck loads last ---
.Stt'; this
Hilbert H. Clements of 110 mile Increase during the year The number of bodies atwater
WE starting thy nevertheless have has been awarded a special pin ')Jut years has been built by serviced showed a gain of
YES! HAVE IT !
formed an aggressive alert, outfit In recognition of his twenty 'Hubert Clements or under. his 00 over IMSDequlne .
that has rolled by Stuart, yean service, with. the Florida supervision. And the form figure said the fingerlings
Vero Beach and the Miami Naval Power it Light Company, J. M. of 750 customer who enjoy were produced and distributedat Congratulations/ to
Law, Jr.. district manager announced electricity has Increased to 2400customers an average cost of $9.34 per "
RUBBER TILE Air Station The lets opened today; thousand. His report reveal
here on Thanksgiving by coming Clement was presented the. Mr and Mrs. Joseph BeckerOn
from' behind to, top pie Vets service pin at a special ceremony I
12.7, held at West.Palm Beach.
the Completion of Their New
for your'floors Friday game Is being sponsored A line foreman for the Florida Another New Year !
by the Clvltan Club of the Power It Light Company, Clement -
and host; city with each team to receive Is the father of Stuart .: :>: makes us BO glad of
y a $400 guarantee plus one- Highi football player Bert .
'
..i: SHEET RUBBERto third of receipts after the fin Clement, who was Injured In ti .\ : the opportunity jr to "BECKER'S"FROZEN

11.300 the first football game of the. 4d wish yoiltip-top. I
\ season, Mr and Mrs Clements
to your KitchM CabiiMHs and Drs inboard*. FLORIDA JOCKEY other children are Jeanne 13, a3. ealtlr happiness: and CUTAIUTAND
AT: HIALEAH Mildred 10, and Catherine, 4.
Over 20 color from wtiicVe seltfct and all guaranteed %- Jr
,'of course; Let our expmt] mechanics install .alifetime Commenting upon Clement pI' Rpenty I
Miami. The of outstanding record ManagerLaw
name Jimmy 'x
of rubber tile home,
floor jH7ur Duff will be new to the Jockeys' said: "We are proud of Hubert Is Our Desire
Hialeah. 's long and loyal 'service to
ranks this winter at '
/ Followers of quarter-horse rac- Florida Power and Light Com- '. : l. At This Time Tot We Were Pleased to BuJS This mprovement 3 Mile
Visit U* in our new wrOCltn t 900'South)( ing In Florida however; know pany. He has rendered not only Expr;:4 Our Thanks For
Dixie: opposite the P k in Foft Pierce: the Kentucky-born .Cracker as faithful service, but a* a line Your} tronage of the past North of Stuart On U. S. 1,' C'
one of the best bootera. of cold- foreman he has never had an
bred ever to ride In this state accident that approached, atrl-! Year, and We Stand Rea!/to verve You in 1 948

Duff Is one of the few FloricU- oilmen, Let U* Make Your Old' Clot Like Jtfcw.T ,
ans who pursues a jockey vocation "When, Clements came to Stuart t. r
GRIFFIN CKER Inc. but his rapid progress the many years ago, this district '
past two years merits' him a office served approximately 750 J Hodapp & Robinson
.
*\' place among the top"apprenticeswho customer and had about '90 Martin County Cleaners
FLOOR COVERINGS will appear at Hialeah Two miles of electric distributionlines
:
years ago he was riding Joe Palooka We now have about 200nlles '1 ContractorsPalm \
1 FORT PIERCE. FLA. one of the best quarter- of electric distribution I GEORGE KEITH
.
horses' ever developed In this lines extending< from Salerno to City Fla.f 'J
Phone 190 P. o Box! 906
state Hi attracted the attention the. rural area west of Vero v

r -- --. of racing fans In a match race Beach. The major portion of I........... I .. .L.. ----. -. -- -, -- --- ...,
against a.thoroughbred by com-
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ing home lit front In a stirring : :::

stretch duel ,BAND ELECTS -f- J .'


}I COUNTRy'CLUBENTERTAINS 'FOR NEW YEARThe DRESS CLEARANCE

If
f AT
Stuart B:;Association\

re-elected Mrs. M. J, Morrison

EGG NOD G PARTY president, and Durant Fulton to
the board of directors for the. '
new year and named Mrs. H. J. f. 1ft 'J
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Greene ,Garland Edenfleld and '
Gives Tea Dance For
Otto Matousek as new members -
BETTER
Goll.-I I at the annual supper meet- j"
,StudentsThe ing Thursday night. -Director r
'--'- Wendell Water and Principal '
Martin County Golf and Erwin Johnwick will serve by
j Country Club was host to 15! virtue of their school positions.
TO 1R'ISU member and guests at an eggnog The new board takes office Immediately -
WE TAKE THIS OITQHTUNITY
party Christmas afternoon and will meet with DEES
on the new patio Mrs Fred L. the out-going board Jan 4 at
ONE{) and ALL, Hall was chairman of a com- 7:30: at the court roam to elect
mittee which arranged decorations the 1948 officers.Approximately '
and beautiful' table ap- 80 band users-
A; HAPPY \NEW YEAR pointments appropriate for. the bets and their parent attendedthe
season! She was assisted by the covered dish supper at the. ::
Many Thanka For"Your Par I c of the Past Year club auxiliary president Mri' I* Woman Club last week with Sizes T&J to 52
A Arbogast. Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. Fulton and
and W Wish For the Oppo Pity The auxiliary also.\ entertained Mrs. Dewey Hayes In charg; of : r x
30 vacationing college student arrangements An Innovation of WOOLS.CKEPES and BUTCHESt LINE\INCLUDSU IN THIS GROUP 1 k'1 |
j
O and their date at a buffet supper the usual concert by the band
II' and tea dance Saturday evening was a wire recording of their :
ti r Mrs. Evan Crary and Mr*. pro> I ram made by Bartlett
SERVING JOU IN 4$ George Park. Jr. were hostesses, irother who then played the \
assisted by Mrs Arbogast. recording for the. audience )
Mr. Morrison reported that
NEW BUSINESS the past year bad seen more '
iBraner'Pharmacy" irogrss than any since before
'1 Mr and Mrs. Joseph Becker, the of
war with an expenditure ,SUITS. and TOPPERS
r : former New Jerseyltes,announced $3.000 for new instruments and (
r loaed 12 Noon 'Ti 6 P Jf. New Years Dayqiic the opening today of "Beck .uniform and travel expenses to .
on.U.
era froseta custard place the state and district contests.
Theatr? Bldsr, Stuart. Fla. 8 1 about; I mile north o; Stu- '

art. RED CROSS TO HOLD
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ANNUAL MEETING- Sizes 10' to 16

JOY A The annual, meeting of the
Martin Oounty Chapter of American -I t
Red Cross will be held at

the Chapter house Friday, Jan. .. ., .
9, at 7:SO pm. There will be ',
lection,of,officers. and report .. ::1., .. .: Take Advantage 'Os'This Sale : .

of the committee tor the yearThe ,. '. .
"
public is invited '

Buy Your New Years Dress Now '
NEW YEARS MASS
) I AT CATHOLIC CHURCH '

f A Cr ABACII PARTMENT has The sSfiounwd Jltv T J. Geary special,.pastor New, C-: ; : At A :Saving1THE Y

LARGE I.IJT FRUIT TREES 'car'* Mus at 9 and 11 a.m at '
o ,9 .00 '. ., the Stuart Church and at 10 a..m.a' 2. : :. 'j: .. -: .;. : .( '
U Hobe Sound at the theater. "
:
ANew 2 Bed Room Concrete Block Bung .low. Furnished $12,600 The regular winter schedule! .
Waterfront{ Home *. "' $14,000 for Sunday Include Mass. at I. -
Tburfct Court .$14.000 land 11 sin at Stuart and at ''aInd > '

Tftorlut Court $44,000R9ataurant 10 'a.m. at theHob" Sound :

.. -. -. A Top Notch Bar theater, L : STYLE; SHOP,

NAVAL GRADUATE
INVESTMENTS AND BUSINESSES
Jj MANY OTHER Leonard Eugene George tire-

man.; first data., USN.son of Mn

THEODORE 'DEHON. and SON graduated Mary Kldd of,from Stuart Machinist has been 243 Orteola! ., A.'.. Phone. 331 Stuart, Fla, .
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IJ { '11tJ. G i, REALTORS PHONE 81 tehooj at the Naval Training
Center; San Diego Calif S 3a
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I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Some MRS.TekphoM MARY fflo* Wece W-W HARTMAN nee* a Wednesday Society Offto Editor n.,, ?,, 1



Bob Harrell M nome from Oxford -" fates Jesa ISelse y of AIJlllIt

RIDERS ENTERTAIN AT LOWERY FAMILY :lOlV ... Ohio to spend Christina ha been the holiday gyt' GI
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CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER SENATOR MANY ARRIVE with his mother Mr*. Louise Mrs L. B. Ashley of Riverside\

Mr. and Mrs James M. Riderof I Mr. and Mrs. Sterna Lowery Swigert-Fctrd CRARY Social News of Harrell, of Stypmann Blvd. Bob Dr. Mr*. Ashley's sons, Jack all4
from Jim, are aUto home from
the St turle\ Locks entertained $\,. ot,West Fourth Bt entertained will graduate in January' toilet
at a Christmas dinner party at Christmas dinner their Nuptials HeldIn FOR CHRISTMASAT Miami University where he has for the vacation.
WILL INSTALL -e-
lot friends and relatives. / who family inducing Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Cont'dRobert majored In business administration.
were "their holiday I guests t last l Harris Lowery, Jr. and children. ; Mrs John Coventry LM
,? Seated I at the yule table i Harris, 3d, and Oay Mr and ,New York "d. ___ -e- daughter, Miss Edith Coventn,

were! County Attorney and Mrs Mrs. Glenn DeBerry and son, NEW OFFICERSSecretary T. Shetilar, who was KOBE SOUND Mr. and Mn. A. M. Shrtgley were Christmas dinner guests of
H. A. Rider of L. Belle, Mr. and David, and Mr, and Mr*, Charles --- 'and three children were holiday Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Wagner wi'*
,in Martin at
;Mrs H: F Lawion.arui family R. J Roberta ,ot Atlanta. Roberts. The marriage of Miss Ellen stationed the Urn of the hurricane County, was -- guest of his parents In Lake ter visitors from Mllwiuta.WU. .
\ ot Dt-tatur. (Ia.. Mr and Mr. sports writer for the Atlanta Ford, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Wales; .
in Stuart rout to student at
Reports on SalernoAssociation Tuesday en Donald St Onge, __
,Wade Cartee, Mr. and Mrs John Constitution will fly to New Or
Clement R. Ford of Sharon
Atlanta. He has been at Fort Tulane University, Is spendingthe
Bishop and 'Mr. and) ,Mrs TeeJones leans to cover the Sugar Bowlgame. :
of Defray Beach and Sgt Conn. and Port Bewail Ha. to Activities Lauderdale In charge of Red holidays with his parents

Reeves Rider who. flew down I Ernest C.: Ewigort ton of Mr, Cross a Shelter at. the Naval Air Mr and Mrs. C. A. St. Onge, YOU CANT GOJVRONGr

i from Kt-osler\ Field Miss ATLANTIC COCRT'ARRIVALS and Mrs. Ernest d. Swigert of By GLADYS It PERRY Field. Mr. and Mrs O. D. Quigley *"

Arrivals at the Atlantic Court 1' Portland, Ore., took place Friday (Secretary' Salerno Civic Ass'n.) and sons Jessie and George, visited rou .
K. L. BELL HERE Mr, and Mn Malcolm Van den with Mr and Mrs. Dan Shaw 1
during the post neck Included afternoon in the Cosmopolitan Christmas '1947, Is over! I I Water and baby son of Washington
Mr and Mrs R L.. Bell) of' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ferguson Club in New York&: City.: Because spite of Intermittent rain O n I D. C, are holiday guests Sunday fvsnlng.Lowell Dillon of Visit Our'Store, Meet Oyf flU"ci.nt Staff, and S.e the
Mr
and Mrs.
Washington. D C and their ton Wljloughby! Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. of Illness in the bride's family Christmas eve the program al of his parents Mr. and Mrs. with his Large Variety of Nferchitdise Bought to Suit
btauffrr Bell. Mr and Mrs, Arnold John Morris Wethertfield, the community Christmas treiat I New York are visiting I
Donald Van de Water,
Easters and daughter, Miss I' Conn.: Dr. and Mrs. Jack De- only relatives, were present. The Salerno was carried on to an I at Tropical mother Mrs. J. C. Haddock at I II ur N da.

lee Peters of West Paint Beach main. Moultrie, Oa.: Dr. Roy I ceremony ,was performed by the appreciative and large gather, Farms"a their home Pelican Point, Beach. Ii
,
were Christmas day; guests of Mr. Potter. Miss Mary Potter and Rev George B. Ford pastor' of: Ing. The tree was beautlfull)] Road.Juplter Island. i
and Mr JR. L. Bell of Paint I Edgar Huntley of MarshHeld, outpUt Christ* Church. lighted. The movies shown by, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vickers of Mrs George Brownie and BESS HARBWARE CO.
Beach Road. I Wi>>. Given In marriage by het Mr. Scott were very good Santa Sebastian were holiday guests of I children Penny and Fred and
R L Bell was Stuart; fire chief father the bride wore a gown I' Claus was superb Mr. Conrad'I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Mr and Mrs Jsssle Griffin and
for many years He and wife Wilt I Gordon Butcher 1> home from of deep Ivory satin trimmed remarks were fine and th e, Daniels of .East Fourth! St, 'I children, Alberta and Eugene; ,
l have New l'IIIr'8' day fug their Atlanta Oa to spend the holiday with family lace. Her veil of music and Mr. Eggleston's lead- ... e '.: 1 and Archie: Brownlee had Sun
home with his\Another; Mrs. Velma old Honltan 1 lace had been worn Ing of the carols was much appreciated Mrs. Llnna M. Brooks, R.N. of day dinner with Mr '.and Mrs.
Butcher.! Gordon U 9 senior at by tier mother She carried eu. Everyone attending Kane Pa., 'arrived recently to O, D. Quigley at Salerno.
Mr ;;d Mrs Lloyd Lewis '(of I! the University of Georgia where charts lilies and phanotls\ Her enjoyed the real thrill of true spend 'Chrlitmas' and a winter I Mrs.,$. F. Pryor, Sr, has opened
New York have returned for another he U majoring landscape I sister. Mesa Keyo Ford her only Christmas spirit.: vacation with her daughter, Mrs. her home on Jupiter bland

watt! r at the. France Apt.. ] architecture attendant wore almond green For the wide-eyed babe In Harry Swlnglehurst, and Mr. for the season. NOW.
-- -- -- taffeta and carried a bouquetof
anna, who looked for the first Bwlnglehurst at their Rio home, Mr. Ned Eden Miss Elda OrINfin.
apricot roses and pansles. Mr time upon a Christmas tree and The Sea Horse and Mrs George Brownies
Swlgert was best man for his his -e- '
experienced first meeting
and children visited Saturday
son and Mr. Edward Maw Reynolds and Mr, with old Bt Nick; for the sweet Dr. and Mrs O C. Bennett of' with Mrs. 'i'rownlee'' s mother'atFort CON VFNI TERMS
ol Cambridge.
Jr II
little lady In the wheel chair
John T. tioodhu of Hewlett L 8t. Lucie Estates had as their ,' fierce.
waving Christmas" to
I.[, were ushers 'Merry holiday guests their niece, her Mr. and Mrs. 8. F. Pryor Jr. I ED
earollers on their and all AR
attended The way; :husband and son Mr. and Mrs have arrived at their .home on
Mrs. Swlgert
L Happy amt those in between, let me say a M. T. Johnson and Richard of I
nfm> rosperousN Chapin School New York St sincere right from the- heart Jupiter Island for the winter.Mr. .
Timothy's School and Radcliffe- "Thank you, people of Salernoi"Yqur Atlanta. They arrived Saturday and Mrs. Jessie Griffin
College, and during 'the war contributions helptd I and, Will leave this week end. and George Griffin\ of Stuart for B NDIX !
r
,_ t* Year served as a nurses' aIde. make glad the heart' of many. had Christmas dinner with their yo
?mot After graduation from Milton You will see results of your generosity Word has been received that I parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Acadsrny. Mr. Swigert served In In I Jack Boggess Is Improving at GrUfin '
throughout
"5..' Isu the Army in the Philippines. He the year many, not ways only in the I Dub Hospital Durham, N. C.. A. Brownlee and A. F. Stanley GET WORKRESSJJ ASHING NOW"AND
Is now a student: at Harvard present Christmas celebration. I where he was taken recently for left Friday and returned Sunday I

University. Your loyalty has made the 1847Christmas treatment for arthritus from the West Coast where they
After a short wedding trip the one long to be remembered I -e- went to collect shells. Stanley's
FritTlta couple will make their home for i Allan teach of Quebec arrived is shells and he
hubby collecting
( u Ui t 1 'i/ t Out anal Customer -y
.
.
the present in Boston. A specie "Thank )'ou.00, Is last week tc spend Christina has quite a collection : .
M.i\ \\ 'Iik,I- Hi ii|>i"i>nlni\ Thank You For due the editor of the Stuart and several weeks at the homeof Mr and Mrs. D. IT COSTS
1'ur I'. ,, ., i.i Uu I'nst jcurVnil We Stand Ever !METHODISTS TO HATE I News for his cooperation during his brother. W. .R. Leach.Bewail' West Palm Beach Visited rawlt I 1 iargg '

Ki nlto, C S't'n'< i 1 i ii lii I lie tear W MATUIMGHT SERUCEThe J947. To Mr. William, Thompson I Point. friends here Christmas day UP TO $90 LESS .
of the Sunrise Products Co, to -a-'. Byrd and Richard Pullum who
Rev J. B. Buckey Elo Mrs E. B. Boone aqd daugh than other
'- 1 1043!) Mr. Santa Claus a visitor who are attending school In Chicagoare ,
winter! visitor from Akron Ohio, made himself one of us, to Mr. ter. Miss Velma Boone of Bl- spending the holidays with "
will\ deliver the New Year'suatchnlght JoVn Scotten, to- Mr. Eggleston loch, Miss, are holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byrd autonsattcwaahersl"
', service at the Methodist ana to all others who took part Mrs. Boone's niece, Mrs Stewart
; STUART JEWEL SHOP Church from 11 pm to in making this holiday season Springer and family of Pullum Jupiter Island. :a

midnight tonight (Wednesday the ,outstanding and crowning West First St, They plan a sightseeing L. C Klckllter Stuart and I
Outrhtpr! nidjr: "Stuart, Fla. Special music will be presented event of the year trip to Key West this daughter, Miss Azellne Klckllter.
by the choir. 1147 Is gone. It Is notable for week" end: .Orlando teacher. and Mrs. Wilson $259.50 'J t Ii! <

,,'" The Sacrament of the Lord'sSupper one Important, factor to Salerno. --a- Washington D. C., and
I will be In charge of the The residents hav shown a loyalty Augult Oberhaus and his George Griffin and'children,
the Rev Wilfred O. Al- house Roger and OeneVia visited with \LI'
1 pastor and a cooperative effort guest Judge Douglas Sten- De Luxe Model
drldge nls, of Blloxl. Miss., will attend Mr. and Mrs W. D. Griffin Sunday
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONSOUP that make for successful achievement .
in any community large the Miami Orange Bowl celebration
MEETING: OF P-TA M\ l t or small. New Year's Day 'Deaver Storer, a student of

TO BE FATHERS' MbllT' 1648 should deliver big results ra ,- Georgia Tech Is spending the Why Wait? Get Your Bendix ay
r in many fields. Now that the .Mr, and Mrs Harry Heffnerof holidays with his parents Mr.
JaiL0!! meeting of the time for is hand, West second St had a* their and Mrs. Jack McIntyre '
at
t CHOICE OF SEVERAL MEATS stJt:: Parent-Teacher Association resolutions Stop dreaming about the day you'll hay K Bendi
I let me suggest that one be for guests Christmas week their son Mrs. A. F. Stanley and daughter
Salad. ylfread and Butter : will be the annual fathers'night regular attendance at the Salerno and family, Mr. s/l 1 Mrs. JosephHeffner Sarah Mae Mrs. Dan Shaw I'I'I' for that's today! The> new Easy Paymj Plan lets you
? to which all men are Civic.,Asaoclattoh meetings! : son. Jay/and daughter, and snail, Harold and John visited start enjoying Workless Washdays Xght now and
I" Coffee or Aea -- Hot or Iced I especially Invited. In,their honor Everyone is invited not only. to! JO Ann of Pittsburgh.Mr. Friday at Lake, ekeechobee lets spread the small bud
)
two you over many
will Count tor jpyment
dad a
every -
attend but to take part Out-, and West Palm Beach: I
I on the room-count roll call. of-town visitors and tourists always and Mrs Ralph Fiiltt and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brod- months. Count yourself, U wjJTth* million women

The program will be presented welcome! baby came up from Miami to rIck,who have been visiting with who let the Bendix do the waJTwVile they enjoy freedom
4 exclusively by men including a Because of various other New spend Christmas With his parents -' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brodrick,
I talk by Phil Maxwell. and a male Years eve festivities coming on Mr. and Mrs John Fulta, left Saturday for Charleston, 8 from washday drudge T A pVon* call will brinj

4 quartette our regular meeting night our of Beasey'Addltlon. C. and Hamilton, Ohio, After you all the details of thisjhew off er,
Mrs. Garland Edenfleld, president next meeting will be held Tuesday the first of the year they will re
WE E .
4 will report on the executive Dee: 30 at ( p.m. at the 'ns Crary, state senator, and turn here to make their home.
4 4I committee meeting held Monday schooL Reports from the Christmas Mrs. Crary Refreshments will Mrs W. A. Harriman\ of new All You Do Is Set
Howard Johnson Famo Ice Cream 4I I afternoon at the W. R. Leach tree committee will be made be served. We urg9 all residents York arrived last week at her Dial and Put in SoapTN

I home at Sewall's Point. and other Important business to be present to pay respect home on Jupiter Island I for the 5..N. m. sne .
Open ; 24 Hours Day, 7 aye A Week will be transacted After the to our Senator who la do- season. by .a..It...I Is t:: r'.1.sa' ,s. BENDIX;

meeting, a gala. New Year's party Ing as the honor to officiate. Gerald Campbell ot West Palm : iu ... .Y..I.M..u, "' I W.L." p..
On U. S. No. 1 At Indian wn Road la,planned. Refreshments will And'now, with bells about to Beach, student at Gordon Military ..... ...... shwa. .-
. ....
11-11 .
be served, ring out the old Academy, Is the a e..ae .WY
year and ringIn spending .Knit .11I y,. MY pal .. Home
s.r
Attention pleasel I On Wednesday the new, let me close my report holidays with his parents at a..d. I. ..... 110..... y ra.Me. Laundry
., .
.
EaAdHARRY'S MPLETE Jan. 7, the newlyelected with wishing one and all avery West Palm Beach and his aunt .a.wbMa. N "....-reoo t 1.1 M.
BRU THE MOST officers of the Association happy and prosperous New and uncle Mr. and Mrs. A. Wll-!

RETAIL AND HOLESALE will be installed by the Hon. Ev- Yearl mot of Jupiter Island.
-.-- .- SEE A DEMONSTRATION TODAY!IHall's

THE PLACE O STOP McCRARY-REYNOLDS STUART YOUNG PEOpLETO : Guests at the Stewart Springer ,
/
WEDDING ANNOUNCED JOIN 10,000 YOUTH home last week end were his

For IN THE/AI.M BIACHES AT OHIO CONFERENCE mother, Mrs. H. Springer, and Electric Service

Fine Food and Super Service 417 EECHOBE /ROAD Mr and Mrs. Herbert\! Thomas his brother-in-law and sister,

PHONE!( J31W 1 Reynolds have announced the Lurllne Oreene Marjori* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray OfJ41am1. POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE U

-- marriage ot their. daughter, Olga''' Tucker of the Methodist, Young t; ..s-... "
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Lucy, to Mr. John Allen McCrary', People's Association left Sunday .

> Sunday, Nov 30 at Atlanta. The night for Cleveland to Join 10,- .

young couple will reside at 3530 (toe)() J youth from the V. 8., Canada -

= 'J A Happy and Prosperous Ola St.. Jacksonville, and Mexico at the National Announcing the Opening
The bridegroom Is the only Conference of Young People this

son of Mrs. Galley McCrary, secretary week. They were selected by a

: to the Stuart city man vote of the members of the youth On

ager. He attended the Stuart organizations of the local! church

-= 19A8. school and was graduated from who railed more than $200 on
The Citadel before catering the several benefit
to send representatives New Year'
= Army Air Corps. Be served! near
to the Uay"BECKER'S"'
annual gatherIng ,
ly five years, mostly on Pacific
bases which were taken In the .

;;;;.. Start thyNew Year Right early years of the war with Ja- The delegates boarded a sped ,0

pan. vIt. aI F. L C. car for the East Coast ,.

r- ... By Mrncping Your Home Earl) Austin USN, and Mrs. which was attached to special

Austin of Washington D. C. Florida train at Jacksonville.
With They will return SUndal-after
were holiday guests of his brothers
family the Sam Austin of 12-hour stop for sight-seeing
Casa Terrace. The lieutenantand In Washington, D. C.
VENETIAN BLINDS his wife flew Monday from Henry Kindred youth coun-
Miami to Cuba where they will cillor of the Stuart church '
tt I I vacation until Thursday. Mr. sponsored the group In making 3 Mile* Nojflh of Sllwrt On U. S. 1DE1JCIOUS .

; and Mrs. Sam Austin and two It possible for the young people. A t

Custom Built Tel Fit Vfur Window children drove them to Miami to attend. .
where they will visit until Thursday
Call 225\Tffpierce when both families will return TOURIST CLUB ,
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\ to Stuart MEETS MONDAY ,


W Let One Of Our Representatives AND Measure You-WindowsMANUFACTURING Today's Milk Today I 'Combining'as* :or the meeting program of feature the Frozen Custards : ':

i dP Tourist Club at 6:30 p.m. Monday .
Prod at the Stuart Civic Center ,, .
a will be a' special program by .
\ CO. courtesy of the'Jaycees. Group 'AI.o '?:" "
TRASO rla.d singing 'will be directed by Ken -
3%i ML So of Orange Ave. On U. S.1 neth etlnunell. 'd

Ample Parking Ia anti County Tourists and local residents HOT DOGS "* ,
.HAMBURGERS
> are Invited and requested to COFFEE

Fort Pierce Florida Ba8.0.15x1042 Dairy bring a casserole dish rolls and ,
a
table service for the 6.30: picnic .
supper. Watch For Our Stand Just South of Jensen '
P. O. Box 1012 Cat-Off Road
/ ,
I Stuart The Rev. J. B. Buckey, president .1"ilt
) will be In charge of a bust-
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OES and Mr.*. E. R. Ensey u hoata.A8I.Iem'bllnl In liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiliiiiniil CARL McGEE (ll
See Us For Indian River Drive Jensen BeaqhLEGION"POST 4
[; for the dinner were PITCHFORD GAMP ObituariesiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Final rites were Held at Johns .t tMortuary .

Repairs and Mrs. Ed.aIe.\ Martin, Mrs. VivaC Chapel at SSO: Wednesday -
,J, !<,
FRANKTAYLORNUPTIALS Boat Miss Katherine Ensey: ) Dee. 21. for Carl C Me- ,
VICE Parts David Martin. Donal Ensey: and SCENE OF PARTY DAWN PATRICIA WENNINGER Gee, 58, who died at Fort Pierce
i Sunday. Rev. O Aldrldg
HELD the hosts. Dawn Patricia Wenninger, i officiated, and :d Fellow held l'
ARNOLD BAt&ER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose recent GIVES PARTY graveside services. .
purchasers of the John FOR 400 GUESTSBy months old daughter of Mr and
Nelcodkl home In Eden have for Mrs John U. Mennlnger, passed He! .is survived by his wife 0 I
|UcU Boulevard' /hon.. 142-W I brothers Jerry and Horace of ,
,
LAST the their r
holidays sonand at
wife VIVA BOAT away unexpectedly Monday
SATURDAYBy M ., Lannls and ClydeOf
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose Jr., FOR CHILDRENBy j Oood Samaritan Hospital' in Boston Qomea,. ,Byron of Ocala. Frankof
from Wautagh, L. I., N Y.
I VIVA *OAT Other I Over 400 were M gay at the West Palm Beacb. Christian Lake Worth Harold of Lakeland -

members the visitors
H. T, EBNER ANTICIPATES, -'--' i good fellowship'' predominated Sr and George of Stuart' and a sis
\s daughter, Janet and A Christmas party sponsors' meroy: Mondayafternoon I
Charles Roberts, Stu-
/ HAPPY NEW DEVELOPMENT: son, Bob. by the American Legion Post 120 throughout the melT part that Johns Chapel With ter*, Mrs.
ar
When H. T. Ebnr sold his As Is their yearly custom a coRoenbeck was Biased \In the Pltchford cot- burial in Fern 'Hill Cemetery.
holdings In Charleston, S. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph was held Saturday afternoonDec .] lag colony at 42nd and Broad- I
L : NEW Worthington In the Roenbeck 20 In the Town Hall. 8ev! STEVE BLASCO
(( ) deciding to make Florida his home In Ankona. Following. enty.nve children at\end\ ?d, Thefollowing way. < ,gram tot more glft-jlvlng was Steve Blasco 93, a resident of
home he was not afraid to Invest
members of the Aux A tree 25' feet high with over
dinner poker-rum was the diversion necessary
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the Palm City are for years
------- In real estate In this secUog iliary on hand handle '
to
As he of the evening. were the 300 lights of holiday colors vat Magician Clarence Sharue was died in Cleveland O., Dec. 18.
stated he
\ !great era of development anticipated for a Mr. and. Mrs Leland Hubbardof Cajstello.affair, Dorothy t o t r a I Smouse n e Mlddleton, Hilda,I also attired: In gold and diver. followed,, by two violin solos by The body was cremated and the
Walton had as a dinner guest And on Ita top-most branch was ashes will be laid beside his wife
Marvel Sliced Seeded this vicinity and so tar he has Elizabeth Alderman Ruth MeEUr.sh Mra. Sonia Sharue a cornet
not been Christmas Fletcher Russell of the star that lighted the way to here. He broke his nip last
disappointed. Neither Lillian Meyers, Clara solo Mrs. Roes-
Ankona. and whistling by
RYE friendliness. Spring and was taken to Cleveland
has he let .
his
up on purchases.Among Vaught, and Melon WlnowleckLMr. 'Fisher-
With th?- Government ner and Mr. Ehrbart's .
givingup. Much of the this for medical treatment.A
.rs 16-oz. loaf ... ......15cr recent ones Is 8,900 feet In Panama, and Mrs A. J: WUkle en.tertalne4' ., credit for man Song." .
,.r u.nnc .cuc of the old bays Captain beautiful aettlnlloe. to LeRoy natlvs,of Austria-Hungary,
Kearney property on ; ':\ Friday night at Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph flyer and children a At the !dosing Krause was
Krause of Lansdale and
Sleepy he
Federal where he was born in 1865
Highway near the White birthday party honoring their "
; given a box marked "fragile.
have moved from Fort
City road and a 75-foot town lot Mrs. : Hollow Ranch, Pa. and to George came to the XJWted Stales in
guest Jacob
Welling of: his
he \ handIn
Parker' Jane Parker Davis to Curunde. Mrs Svee was Towne, winter visitor from Hllls- Warily peeped put ,
Fourth 1904
on St., .
bought from Irvin
Holland Mich. A
large decorated
r the former Ann Ferson the box. Out cam a monkey. (
PECAN Betty of aale Mich.
ARBLE ICED CARMEL Frank And from Frances Rich. birthday cake was served .with' It looked natural. As he talked Survivors Steve,
Walton.
)evil Food Cake ROLLS ards he has taken over the late --- Ice cream to the guests who were the Prior to Christmas everyone In, his nimble fingers did the act. Jr., Palm CIty Jose( of Detroit
Mrs, Maude Richards home' Mr. and colony was eontacted for i! and John of Mich., :3
Flint
Mrs. W.
5oz.: 35c Pkg. .... ........... ..;35c River Drive adjacent to Orange on ROM SON'S.HELLOS B1KTI1DAY'CELEBRATE Mrs. J. W Johnson,C.Mrs.Johnson L.\ 0: gifts and told whether they were I Ing.Like He the then monkey brought, It did out everything a dog- daughters Mra. :Julia Kaaandy

Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Ebnes spenta In celebration of the first Harbrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Wellingand for man woman of or child. Thechildren's i but talk and left the crowd and Mrs. Helen Hunt of Cleve
number of winters In this ftate Mr. and Mrs. WUkle. part the program II In land. Among 13 rrundchildren
CHOOSE & P birthday of their Robert stitches;
A son was planned Mra.
by E. R. Hamilton -
before deciding td locate here Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Hauen-' Clyd? Coutant of Stuart photographed are Mrs. Ross William of Stuart
Ut-IUTE TRIMMED RIGHT and U he pointed out, "bllsln 1I Joseph and Mrs.born Don Christmas J. Romanllo day Mr.of steln of Tuxedo Park. N Y.. are' hart.: assisted by Mrs H. C. Ehr- I the scene of this delightful and Lola Blasco of Detroit and
people do not come here and spending the winter In their Christmas party. he left 8 great-grandchildren.
Eldred Invited a number of Krauss, _
directly responsible for|
spend without ---
MEATS money flgurlnj cottage In Jensen Beach. They :
SUPERITE neighbors to celebrate the oc- the whole Q
the set-up opened tie( en-
best place to put It. entertained Christmas day Mrs.Hautnsteln' .
-- ------- casion. Christmas Eve. Those tertainment
-- with a welcome
cheery
parent, Mr. and .
inull Pork Lean Meaty Spare- EBMERS HAVECHKISTMAS responding to the Invitationwere Mrs,George-S. Wilkinson Stu-I to old-timers and the new WISHING YOU
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ebner A followed
ones.
(: PARTYAn art, and her grandmother, Mrs.. prayer by Fred
DINS 59c' RIBS 49'Shoulder outstanding. annual event and house guest Mrs. N, W. C. A. Mitchell of London, Who i Crowl newcomer from Camden
ib. ,, that was as cay as the yuletide West,of Charleston and Mr. and lIs with Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson ; Mich. With lights out.a trumpet A HAPPY and PROSI IOUS
Whol. or Half '____ .-- I decorations was the Christmas Mrs. Max Shalnfeld. Last Saturday -, for thi winter. solo, "Silent Night" WM rendered .
aiiMi party and house of Mr. visitors In the Romanello Others entertaining relative i by Mrs. Charles Rater, with I. '
Shipped Quic open and NEW YE
O'Z-amb home were Mr. and Mrs. Argy audience voice Joining In the >
Mrs. and Christmas :
)H. T. Ebner friends
of Eldred! with on day
raven; Grade A their children grand-children, Margaritas of Chicago. Mr. Mar- were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kendell: chorus. The children' program 's'asMa- t
rued and Drawn 'HOAS'45C relatives and frletids around garltls Is a retired furrier andis who had Mr. and Mra.8. C. consisted of recitations songs LKER
spending the season at Jensen and a playletteSanta'* Mes c; & E.
them. In the Mrs. Elizabeth
party were Mr. and son
"
3 3KjA Beach.
OWL 53C ---"- Mrs H. L Ebner and children. Mrs. Sophia Harbrectit JOhn-I' sage. Taking part were Emma
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lb..
Freddy and Christine; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Icee Ehrhart, Emma Le' Os- J el rs
> Qualify Squareut Mrs. Earl V Ebner: and children, ANNUAL MEETING and family entertained Mr. and man. Dolly and Louis Allen
Field Lean SltPOME INDIAN RIVER DRIVE Beverly Burger, Marlon Upde-
Bobby Jo and Claude Trent; Mrs. Lane Jennings) and son
I imT '
Mrs. L A. Twltchell of Cleve- The annual meeting of Indian Harry, of Walton.Mr grove, Nancy and Arthur Campbell -

L ( 49C land and Fort Pierce; :Mrs. N.W. River Drive Association Is scheduled -, and Mrs. Harry Segerstrom Frank Shoonsmlth, Freddy
ftCOt1, lb. West, Charleston; Mr. and Mrs for Saturday, Jan. S at 3 had as dinner guests ChristmasFve Radebeck: Billy Roberta, tliff MAKE YOUR HOME COMFORTABLE AND COZY
Don J. Romanello and Mr. and! p m. In the Community Center at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Momm, and Royal Van Aken. .
Mrs James Cannon and Mr. and Fort Pierce. Annual election of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mansfield, Here a pause In the program BE PREPARED WITH ACOLpMA
'Fuss No Muss W co Premium Mrs. N. Nelson from Harrisburg officers will tare place. Don J. a D. Whltlcar and Miss Connie distributing some of the many

lCH>>l.. Mb. pkg Pa, Incidentally, Mr Nelson .Is Romanello. prsldent stated Begrrstrom, who came from gift The latter part of the entertainment ,
a real estate there will also be nomination of West Palm Beach.'to spend the was taken over by
c: 25cagon operator and is )
;
9c c era .
_
i.Fluah spending the season on his a five-man candidacy for the professional There was ventriloquist ]
-- day.Mr.
P---- yacht now anchored at Stuart new zoning board. and Mrs. A. A. Hendry hadas < Gorge Gasimer andhis ,
i Social$ Tea ] Chrlstma guest Ur.and Mrs. little son Joey; Mra. Charles

lakes ..33c SCU T. pllr." 13c Dr. and Mrs J. A. OatUn of Latest addition to the Walton Charles Sniper Mrs. l Barbara Rosner In black-face comedy
_
: and long and Fred! Smith In recitation
t iux "T' Eldred left Tuesday of last week Colony UyMrs. Edgar K. Martin
licious Snacks Tryalumet for Dunnellon where and herUoit, David, from Plqua,i Jr. Mrs. composed by himself, on SPACE TER
l la kea..lr pkg.38c they are son of Mr. and Irvin his "First Fish." -
:. Club holiday guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Ohio. They arrived by muter i Frank, of Indian River Drive,. Recessing pro-
"' P. O. Hanks. Monday. Dec. 24, David, an Alpha' Dr. James M.
Cheese lb. ......... .59c Howard pastor
[i into, lrg. pkg. .38cYoiFet ; ---- Mr: and Mrs. p. W. Rappold Sigma Phi, is on. vacation fromTn of the church officiated at the Sniper and Ur. and Mrs. Clay-
whose northern -State, Angola, Ind. where I VArUOUS SIZESIN
-- -- horn is In ceremony', Howard Vander Beck pool.Mr. WE HAVE
Ann Page Hempstead, L. I., glimpsed their he Is taking electrical engineer. of New York was best man. and Mr. Travis Benton .- --, --- ..-
'lip, reg.bar lOc Salad Dressing.real new home on Federal Highway tog with another year before Kemp Maser A. E. Kretchmer, and daughter M a d i e. spent STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

when they arrived for Christmas graduation Mri. Mar tin'i s Jr.,and Howard Horton, Jr., act Christ I ma with relative in
Pt. jar .........,... .33cNabisce da.ughter. MissPeggy, will Gainesville. ,
to be with their son and daugh- ed as ushers for the large guest
&n ies, pkg ..9c -'100% : ter-tn-law Mr. and Mrs, Fred graduate from Alfred University assembly. Mrs Maude Combs Mr and Mrs. Jacob Welling
lrg..pffT. Rsppold, who came down earlierIn Alfred,, N. Y. In February. played a program of nuptial and two, children of Holland
Improved Bran, Mb. pkg.23e the season to watch construc- Later with a number of schoolmates music and accompanied Mrs. Mlch., are the guests of Mr. and 1 Electric Co.

|uper Suds38c. .._ tion of a house for ;themselvesand she' will come to Walton Thomas Evans when she sang Mrs A. J. Winkle Welling Is a Martin County
ToiM 7';Soap -. Pure VegetableSPRY their parents. for hr annual winter stay. "I Love You Truly" and "Pe- brother of Mr*. Wilkie.
\" Sunday the C. W. Rappolds Among the Sigma Phi Epsilon Cause." Martin Klrlk of Miami spentThursday Phone 75

SWAN were visitors of their old friends, alumni and actives attendingthe I The bride, given In marrlag Friday and Saturday
1-lb. can .. ,.48c 19th annual Christmas partyof I here with t PCM Senske and Andrew Dehon Bldg. Stuart, Fla,
re bats 23c Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hubbard, in by her father, was gowned in
Ankona. Fort Pierce and Vero Beach at, white. satin with gold buttons Bloom.

bar : "... ....19c 3-Ib can ..:...:.$1.29 Miss Betty Lou Jackson exe- I the New Fort Pierce Hotel Mon- and aequln trim. Her a.cce.8'Olee .-
cutive secretary of the Alumni day night were );!r. and Mrs were brown. Her hat wasa

RDEN FRESHPRODUCE Association of Florida State Dan McCarty. candidate for feather pompon of white and
:! ANNOUNCING .ji University Tallahassee,is spend' Oovirnor. The affair was a 7 she tarried a white orchid on a
.rWE NOW HAVE Ing Christmas holiday vacation o'clock dinner for members and white prayer-book. HAPPY NEW AR

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. their guests followed bya danceat Attendants were her sister,
Frozen Foods Rome Beauty Dale E. Jackson. B o'clock with many others Mrs Howard Vander Beck ol

irdseye At the home of his parents, invited for this phase of the New York, and Mrs. Jackson
Cut
1- .. pUg. Apples, 3 IBs....39c Mr.. and Mrs Ruben T. Johnston, party. King of Fort Pierce. Their frocks To Our Friends and Customers
>> With the moon shining on the
In Walton, Arthur and( Mrs. were alike with pleated peplums
[Corn .26c Johnston spent five days of river lending enchantment to the and bishop sleeves. Mrs. Van-
Tr faei.frien-- -- Ready lo RoaatPeanuts Christmas week before returning scene, a hayrlde from St. An- der Beck's was of gold crepe and FROM\! THE, STAFF OF

I lb. ... .21c M their home in Orlando. drews Parish House on the Driveto Mrs. King's of frost-green. Black
12-0. pkg.
Among the many Christmas Stuart Saturday night. Dec accessories were used and arm

|Asparagus__. .50c dinner parties was one with Mr. 18 in celebration of the birth bouquets were of gold-colored '
Green 'of ANTHONIT
---- days Miss Muriel Jones and .
chrysanthemums.The ,
.
irlseye. SlicedMb. Cabbage, lb. .....9c. Miss, Edwina Hall was a gala bride's mother Mrs. Taylor ,
pkg. tvent.. The party was given by wore an aqua gown with pink
Peaches .37c the parents Mr. and Mrs, L. A.
of
hat and a' plnk carnations -
corlllile
lrMTaed -' Yellow' Jones and .l.dr. and Mrs. S.:"O. Mrs, Frank mother ol IS OUR WISH THAT EVERY ING GOOD -

l-IL. Onion Hall, who chaperoned. It taking the groom chose a brown crepe WILL COME YOUR WAY THROUGH EVERY
two trucks to transport the Invited -
with gold sequin trim and a corsage
Fruit .< .45c S-lb. bag ....._....49c guests. Returning from of golden chrysanthemums.A MONTH OF THIS NEW YEAR!
... Stuart to the parish house
,
+- later held In
I BfnJieye 12-os. pkg.: Phone 249ti x No. 777VERO reception was
Christmas decorations were emphasized
PEAS & CARROT 29c U. S. No., 1 White BEACH, LORIDATI the church parlors .with Miss '
In the hall and on the Marjory Horton cousin of the ANTHONY'S ECONOMY MARKET
refreshment table where birthday
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a
Sird.eyeGreen bride at the guest book and Mrs.
12-ox..pkg. Potatoes Sold an nstalled cake bearing the Initials of Howard Horton an aunt, served 300 SO.AKRON AVE. STUART FLA.

Peas .. .32c 10-lbs .........,. ... 46cna Rubber Tile the honorees were encrusted In the cake. The punch bowl was YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET
Asphalt red and served with let cream. .
Miss HewItL
presided over by Dolly PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY
f Dora Candles and other dainties were Others assisting at the re.

Page Prepared Sultana Plastic n Aluminum In keeping with the Christmasmote cepUon were Mrs Robert Ludwig --------- ._ -- -_.
al Tile Miss Sylvia Rubin Miss
SPAGHETTI Red Beans Barbara Green Miss Carrie Sue

ith Tomato Sauce and In Chili Gravy Floor ding ndug MISS JUNE TAYLOR, Cross, Miss Martha Brewer, Miss .
.
hees CleaninZ IRVIN FRANK.'JR.MARRIAGE Mary Frances Backus and Miss

11 b 3-oz. cans .%23c _2lb... cans.,. .._....c. .. Build Co rete Forms Lighted candles In candlebra Betty Mr and Jean"'ra.Nanny Frank, left that

ultaaa Stuffed Sunnyfield Steel f rms r poured concrete. threw a soft glow over white evening for DeLand where they ,

lOH-oa jar Pancake Flour. ss r atedly. Save gladioli and chrysanthemums to will reside while he is a Stetson

)lives ....... .....79c Pkf ...._. ... ...12o money, ferial and man make the an marriage attractive last backgroundfor Saturday University student For travelingthe '
bride suit with
'wore a tray New Year
andPros
nIfP-t'1 Peanutwterypt.>> Ann Page hour. afternoon church In the In.Tint Fort Presbyterian Pierce- gray accessories. Happy eimw

..35c Maple Flavored SPARBRITE PRODUCTS when Miss June Tafior, daughter -
unnyfwld Assorted SyfupPt ft SERVICE of Mr, andivfs. E. L .Taylor, Following rehearsal of the WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOB TOUR PATRONAGE OF THE
Taylor-Frank wedding Friday
Cereals 10 -25c became the fae of Irvin frank. PAST YEAR AND HOPE THATTJkMAY HAVE THE PRIVILEGEOF
..
pkgs. ...... ..... ....25c night Mr. and Mrs Irvin Frank, 4
n"Tat* Saga Style" Br., were dinner hosts at Pleasant SERVING yOU THIS COMI I 'Y R,
View Inn on ,the Federal ..
ustard, 9-ozjar tOe_ Ann Pace Condensed Highway. Beside the bridal

A; P Whole Kernel' Tomato Soup CENTRALJMTARKETPRODUCE :couple and their! attendants\ were WE WILL BE: CLOSE /ALL DY NEW YEARS DAY '

Mr. and Mrs. J:. L Taylor, Miss
rn, No. 2 can 19c lO'/a-oi. can ..lOc I Bill,. Skaggs, Miss Doris Harned THE: COMP'. FOOD STORECROMER'S

M I and Miss Marjory Kerse,. .
On Friday afternoon in the

anWROCERIES J Rubin home In Fort Pierce a delightful MARKET
gift shower was given '

1 COURTEOUS SERVICE '. !for the bride-elect. Misa June THE OP TO DATE: STORE
Taylor, by Miss Sylvia Rubin
*.r CONVENIENTLY LOCATED I Miss Carrie Sue Cross Miss WE DELIVER Phone M .r ttt

Gloria Hawkins, Miss Louise .
2nd and Akron 'Jo Brooks :Harris and Miss :Warjorie Sul- ,WE ARE OPEN WEDNESDAYS ALL DAYo.'lfl ;,

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IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllMI DO> TOO have trouble with year IlltllIlIlIlllIllilllIilllIlIIlllllllllllillllII STATEMENT- ----- service to customers wtly Improved tll>:=.kmof :'::;:fi:,( 1'J: oe:'::' '::

FOR SALEiIlIiIIllllillttaIllllIIIltilIuIlIilIlliuIlilIIf bens not laying j Then use BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYlllIIlIIiltulllllIlllIillIlltlIllllIlllllIllIlfl BABSON'S Cu ClroM' ,CoO r.rrloiMfc On4s 4
Men Paa-a-min. Stuart Feed/ to assut tkikrtkto w-:
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housewife knows .- k* rnUl.k 4 .Ui I.t.." 110':
FOR SALE "HONDERUEW" Store U (Cont'uHifd/ front On, ) "As every >* -li .ur .
PIP Riverside! Drive. Beautiful DURING 1947 we bought ZJ page the food Dullness has always kawem: : 550 =.:. do,
CASSHO l [ SPENCER SUPPORTS for women. truckloads of chIcken for thl*
home. u Pive Furnished. II a LABOR OUTLOOK been the most highly competl- WITNKHS, VT BAND AIm T R i
Luella
Men' belts. Dow
total of IM.nUti! ipent.te." natIon The impact Of roe COURT Uto IS 4*,
ft. living French win- In the
I doss, fully room screened. alorm seep 1101 Orsnire Ave. Fort 78*41 for feed and farm labor 25. 1948,will nee an average hourly wage rise of 5', of tire rising living costs during the .k... INI M BUUH rtl.tUS ,,,

: blinds Within walking distance Fierce. Phone 197-M for appointment. to fatten them S to 15 day ell to' 7'Lower income taxes should Increase, buying past year has served to heighten CIk at tO. jl Veolt.'
tf each load thereby In the food 0.0. tl.ti JM. Ilk, 5teGAL&bvIayIsg
to Busts! osu center ebtainlf a power, but this will be about offset by further rises that competition with all
I RATES: te PER: WORD ORDINARY -I schools and churches Must TRUSSES, elastic itocklnfs: gain In weight of appraximslely cost of living. merchants striving to so streamline IfT
I I knee pads. anklets etc Stuart .0,*ot pounds and sold that they _
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MINIMUM Ue FOR 11 be sees to be appreciated. 26. There need be no More unemployment in their operations pioTIcaBOsh. iN1"IuH
WORDS; te PER WORD CAT1TALS Brokers protected. Mrs. OsTld line Corp. tf them for a total of US.!".t than in 1947; but "tn 'illplo'ment Insurance" will be can offer their customers every ,Ie 'OUI.. It EOIST
MINIMUM W. with only one retail marke, and at the same to b.c. Ii w-.Ohst tOo .
.
50ctOR 17 Dirr. saving
., ".- -- -- ----.,..... ii WTW l'r-It's toe late. and with our dressing plan taken advantage of by too many unprincipled people. possible consuming public d.rsOswd = tI pn.4s. se ci
WORDS.llilllllllllllllllllliiliiillliiiiiini'iiiiiiii the
_ See us today for automobile and truck' 27. Wageworker will gradually that the Taft- time give tee55515. of t q Ae.e ss't
FOE SALEroom home standing Idle M% gee services that Current wiH ... ,_ ,51b .. Ceo 01 .
i i l on insurance that need under the Improved cI... and. ..... ..... lOsO\,
ef oo .
APARTMENTS FOR RENT corner In excellent condition, you I the time that Is ample t* Hartley Bill puts a checkrein only on their labor leaders, prices merit." .toelds. vms ombb0r .,c; ,,.
liiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiitiimiiiiiiiiiiiiuATLANTIC fine locatIon 3-csr, jarVte. 7Z7E. tbe new financial responsibility supply It similar elall mar but not on Union membership. Hence; the bitter hatred -." .... oI1oo1.1'i fitsiOusstaaT toolol......
Ilh St. ) Law, Theodore Dehon It kets. We now want a partner againxt this Bill will gradually subside The Bill ii merelyan Mr. and Mrs C. a lapse of .. : aI" sum D

_.--- --- Son. Dehon Bldr* Phone 11. to help us open sp a chain of "SEC for labor )leaders who need it today a* much as Daytona Beach were holiday ... I >riB ...OAIELTsudee 5koe ....1_
FOR SALE: 4'i-str! tf these m.rkell'ln Stuart, Ver family t we .taip& m oc On.la...
Lovely 1 investment bankers needed the SEC which was startedten guest of their daughter's l '. oIa5teot.0s.
Beach and ether
landscaped riverfront property iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuTiiiiiiiinMiiiiNOTICES ctrateglepoints. the J. C Armors, of Eldo: us ( our. .IOI ISO 10041......
id Jensen We can sell It cheaper years ago. OosmuOOs is ..0 Osotnm. 10 is,,,
IR [ 3 IJl tt-room Beach. Beautiful / than the chain stores can buy 28. Any labor legislation during 1948 will be to amendthe rado Height .LOose. JOn.sl ." t..n. _., IM4
[ 1 E! bungalow, S bedrooms, 11I11I11I1111I111111I11"11111111 111111/11"/ .. oat. .istacoOn .
ADVERTISEMENT: = : i U
'It
8 baths, all electric kitchen, In carload lots and atill. Tuft-Hartley Bill and to raise minimum wages. LEGAL ..101
11'u! rn 1" In U mi open and screened enclosed J. S. BLAI make a fair profit because w. INFLATION Ire'I IT COURT f'MARTIN < II. II Y.IlDOA.I... IOHNIIORoo. .
: n Over U years In Mia/Ml I and Flor buy live chicken from th. 29. The Inflation Era which have forecast for COUNTY I. 'H..
'ff r porch facing river. Four
i t.i.U Jf guesthouses ida. Expert on t' S/ '0. 1, oceanfront we STATE OF FLORIDA
same at the LsAL
grower ADftaTlSIIIUJlTNOTICE
earn .
-! each facing, river; each and florid/ lands. Alsotrades. several years: will remain at thia Jtage until November 2, IQU.TYN.:
prices the Big Packers buy rt.ORtNclIi; ; I. rUNIT S
beautifully furnished Housesare 1948. There will be reckless of or plststittlowgrt.UESET IN 1[ .!
from and can haul and dress no printing currency 7 f|, :{IJ; ;ArE llSTttNotle
spaced widely apart for SEE ME FOR .\'ESTML'iTS government borrowing in 1948. .. ,
I them cheaper than the Packers l5'wC..tI'coors **Ft slv.1'r. hut Ifet .,

APART1IENTSSTUART COURT complete and shrubs prlracy.makes Lovely this desir trees !Rooms S09-S1C Olympia BldfMiaui ., I east do-.th* same Job. 80. 1948 will see a public reaction against "feather vs. sus. .0 0 I I.I.ioI7.oo.t.uoesa55tsbosPset.TO *ersaa i-:- Ns iTwiTwTu; :>:. -:4?*!;

FLORIDA able." Private dock Florida "Cut-up" fryers a* the ens bedding "worklesg" jobs, and union rules which result 1141. will rWht* ..itk tk. cw i

Newly DrroriUd., Fully Equipped house, Tel I: 15SJ.rOR and. summer ec.-1$. Z5, hn.- I, S tomer can buy the piece they In'slow-ups. More labor-saving machinery will be install It It._S. ..... ,... ... ...-.. ........... she C.as't Clrr.ll muse4n.*."It j ,p.s.hi ... he "MS.4r '.
"r like best outsell whole chick ustld" ..iettoO iilho 5t pnhil.sllot 'bIn =:;:. ::
Hauiekc pixr Apartment.Weekly NOTICE Toosrnogthsrnfriend i fns ten te one, especially so ed. The public Is gradually realizing that inflation Can 115.0. ..110''Is (ho 01 aSu's.... oI.uoue" "i'll'. .... ..... "' -
or Seasonal! Kite SALK-NsUonsI trailer, 25 / be beaten only by increased production. sR&e aaaay's
turning to Stuart- We hndunt OuR' oouj's .
:
when they can It fresh c: : .. .
get vfclek .
h.UI
ft Ions Fine used mowIn ba0ss.
W. T. PAGET. Mir, condition are (tijr In business regardlessof killed and many days fresher 31. Sometime during 1948) production in many lines ., rlml.... 10.5 005 en ,w.tJsOeHn.. ..I... one Mn ... rk.. ot kMk.
Telephone 9152 very little, In storage most of ration being circulated.Our will have caught Up with consumption which will prevent .... uddmm of ... 4. nd.ul. OnuS ......n. Fl.*.. at I U(_L I M4 Cotmtt. A
than the chicken ; ... .
--- time, very low mileage sleeps they art h... .. t''" .1o..lIrr. aob.ioh5Li . Moos ..Ir..t. ftnrttat
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIFOR 4. Price 11700. H. jJUne is still 117. Our new now buying. Simple syitematle further price increases in such line** .... ....... .. ,h., II hot_" !I. MM WMIMH. in
W. Nelson : ... .. ...
localun Is France ... Flori tM' v. 11- M.4 KIM' *"! JM H.rr
SALE Stuart Auto Camp Apartments routine business 'with excellent 32. There wilt be many inflation and price Investigations ho tN II.. "_ .... "004 tII. *..., Matson..., Slwrl, ,...., ..j lot M
_. .n fx No. 1. Christopher RIce.2tOfCE9'loor profits for small Investment ...,........ .... ,....." Ie sUwu a,. ** ., I
--- --- -- during' 1948. Both the Democrats and Republicans :b Mlft mm. umu4
"........................................................ t Shop. tf ... .. ... 'IINr .504 kMbML V *
S6tM half 01
\ : = ; FOR SALE Banana plant*. --- eoven will try to lay the.blame for high prices on the.'.other party. ..'wl'rtD' HIIUCK AMD HILMien Jtmr'
Plant Inventory land buildings Ii'ia"T'H'il"i.. ;; tOsS HARRY AND nary MATTUII.oo. .
FOR Cavendish It
SALE Z5c to 12. Gros; MicheL .
sanding and finMiing dressing plant market tracks STOCK MARKET ,.. ..,.......Uwau 1.5wu.eeoath". ..-. II. }'. It. IOn, I... I I. .....
Coconut palms 11 Date ptlms, SI 25 each or It Per '10. 314 ,
I 11
yean experience 33. We believe'that'1948 will be a year of switching- -
and all equipment at cost
red .bovralnvillra, Akron Aye. or
pineappleplant Arvice anywhere In the IndiTfcn ; ( various One of these wlil'be! attempt to
todays value. Our product b or reasons. an
J. L 317 ,
Albany
.. 5r.lc I FOR: SALE Have some new River Area, Free Esti.1 well known and widely uses I jet out of stocks of companies which have most of their S/cones
.
guaranteed. Bob
FOR SALE---Seet tret-ripened I Wisconsin air-cooled engines; finales r tittle and Work H. W. Peterson,,I In Stuart and Vero Bead I assets in big "vulnerable-in-case-of-war" cities Into companies Dr. Hariy .

fruit; oranges'; bull; trtpc- with high-tension magnetos Mgr., Fort<< Pierce. i trfde territory for past t yean, whose assets are well distributed and safe from
fruit I12' bu. 7k 1 bu. mixed 1 Fine Estimate SIM.MM.Ot worth I
: for that small boat 01 I e attack.
Dec. IS, %5,1.11. 1,1 :
fruit shipped north prepaid 14 I stationery engine Ralph l'\n\ ? i poultry used la each town pe 34. The Administration will try to keep hte Dow-Jones Osteopathic ty3ician
Aim Guernsey re,. milk tested et Motor Ce. iPuItIIIIiIIluIuIIIsIuIIHIIasIIeIIlllIMALE year and our Ugh quality ani ,
20e et. First house north .I .- ----- --.- ---l HELP WANTED111111111I11I1111I11I111I11I11I1111111111111111I low prices should get half th
of telephone office 314 Akron FOR SALE-Three brand : business. Fort Pierce uses approximately ., 185 and a floor of around 165. Commodity speculators InRooJ

Avt. still In the crates, air-celled SALESMAN WANTED- S20ttOOt worttsf I will be curbed. ,,,.

-----. I Lauson -cycle outboard/mo IF yon are IIn.nclaIl1fe1pC1..lble poultry per year. Above fig 35. The wisest will not try to pick any special 'wln1 -

...1 FOR SALE-Converted model A I tors. See! ui today. Ralfli U- with isles ability or Licenced ures can be verified from out 1 ners" In 1948; but will diversify broadly and those who 0 Victory Hcftelf Arcade,

motor completely' overhauled.L. \ mer Motor Co. / tf Real Estate Sal I elm an, Interested bank statements and canceled I have too many Blocks will gradually build up good reserves Stuart Florida I / Phone" 355
A. Coffrln, Palm CI<,. In'a lifetime connection check. Broker Protected _
_
i -KSALE= / in cash or Governments, for the big break which _
Jail. 1 | Old ton canoe Wade Paultry Farm Markel I '
: 25. In the Real Estate business
_ | speed boat and trallerulth S't where commissions In 421 Orange Ave. will tome someday ,, '
1 FOR SUE-jr:! Tvlonial IJO'3" I-(rubber' h.p. outboard motor Jsed very the higher bracket can be I Fort Pierce, Fla 36. Careful buyers ot stocks will insist on making full

beam, 30" draft sleeps I little and priced for nick tale. earned.*. then contact us at Jan 1." ISI i payment and avoid borrowing during 1948. ..

4, itainlesi steel galley: large j, Call 151-J. once once. He are Nationally BONDS t "

head toilet and sash sland.s Known Real Estate, Brokers, 37. We
{FOR SALEJ94S'T'elo 21 ft. Salerno News are definitely bearish on low-coupon rate
Dishes and {lass ware withihlp'i operating In It States selling I bonds. of these will sell at lower
\ Tandam Trailer Electric re. long-term Many even May 1948 fill all your (Treat-
name. New solid ma- j Afrigerator withAcreened and Farms, Business and Residential prices in 1948 than in'1947. Money rates will gradually
botany control cabin Completely -1 j properties." Can be eon- est expectations health
nereened. Delco Auifenerator (tassed In porr New awning.fIned Increase _ for
I one seaier,. W. C. Criffith ducted from your home. No j QUIGLEYSVISIT 38.: It Sites reduction in Federal taxesto
SO h,p. <.rej Economy capital Investment required. Congress a good happiness and prosperity, !
.
Ocean HjVese Park, Jensen
t engine Asking S4.750. \\'. supply training and supervision investors in huh jackets, 1948 will see a further fall C

Will consider car and trailerIn Beach. 'P. i advertising and necesaary I ng off in the plices,' of most municipals and r other tax

trade May be seen at St. FOR su-I-Ii old but It cooks. supplies. Real Estate experience ST. AUGUSTINE exempt bonds. .Rsjnjjicated above however We do not ss WE'O
I .
I Lode River Co. Inc. Docks Apply Hut faint Apartment sine electric not essential! Writeus exp ct; such a /"re tax reduction.
;
E. T. Johnson" 15 Jan, 1 rahge/1. plate and oven stating I business background '
i CHRISTMASBy 39. I Iq vifX of the large decline in many preferred
: '%5. HOI k> Slh St., Btuart Fla. and uslincations.Isrl FOR
rORU: ft boat with 4 I stocks during 1947. this rate of decline should begin to HUTTO'Sve
of MLSTS FARM '
f h.p. Onan engine Inquire \\'E\ HA\V: aeat-r.r'--; for; all AGENCY Dolph INC.. Atlantic Court level off during 1948. ,

Schumann. Stuart. Auto.Camp.. I makes ft can. Rayon covers Apts, Stuart Florida. 1.Suo MRS. O. D. QUIGLEY 40. Investors will give much more attention to diversification -

-'-- Jrfk; for .fians,.installed, .. in 1948 and not become too heavily Interestedn .
Stuart Ne < [ S.50'1 u..uu u'uu.u. u.'u. Your
BOOKS-At : 5IIllllIIIIlIIi5IlIIt5lJ5TJII5IIlllIIIlIIIIIIIIWANTED Mr. and MI.OD. Qulgley and predated
Ralph/llmer Motor Co. I I railroad
securities telephone issues and other public
i L1D1ABUIEY, Kenneth Rob -' sons, Jesse and Oeorge, apent
1 ------------1 utilities of which are now selling too' high. Eu. c Dining the Past
ertiBRITANM; \ MEWS Mar 'I'OR LE-Antique woven bed. IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIII the Christmas holiday in 8t many

II .;, jory Sharp; JOl'NGTN: Her. spread. 100 year old. Mrs. ANTED Pair of rabbits for Augustine at the home of Mr. REAL ESTATE nd Stand to
;; bert Best; ESFLRS In >'IENNt. :.1 In/lisrt, Rex 110.... Stuart,, breeding. Eatible; type. Write and Mr*. J W. Qulgley., Christmas 41. City real estate will continue to hold firm through Yeary .Ready

I .. Bruce Marshall; THE f' 11. 18.:5. Jan. 1 Box t, care The Stuart News eve Mr*. O :O. and M... J. 948. due to lens available space caused by pulling down Ser-\flVou In

MONEVMA.N Thomas B. Cos-: i i Stuart, Fla. W Qulglty called on th* Prince tructurea to save taxes to provide parking, spaces etc.
tain TilE STORY OF SIRS )1 Ill illIIiluuIIlllIliIIIsillllIIuIilIllIutIl l lI
and
; Princess Scherbatour of '
MURPHY Natalie Andrnon ;) FOR RENT'tllllllllllllllllllllllimilllllllllNIIIIII S WANTED Electric "ke b--1I1;; Ruula (the Princess has been a There also fa'a disinclination' to build city property in vio'Wof "
t cu.-ft. the high inflationary building coats. 1948
Scott. I good condition or' friend of the family for 25 present
---- -- IOOM WOK RENT SI Vper lirjer. BoxO care of Stuart,':year), viewing their private 42. Suburban real estate will continue in greater demand -

FOR SALE-Iloune! paint, white I night. S20 pe> neck. 314 Akron News. home on Bay Street which was with still higher prices during 1948. ,
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and Floor colon enaipels(280, $285 per gallon gal.1Jon. An. -WANTED-Carpenter work. Dayor Interesting and beautiful with 43. Big' commercial, farm acreage may sell for leas With A Complete 'Line dV' dUtricd Appliances.
per
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contract. Ocean BreeseVrailer a flower garden in back. The during 1948; but subsistence farm located close to'estab-
White enamel. 1361 FOR RENT Beautiful furnished
ptallnit. -
*I3 value, Navy C hOIl.... S bedrooms, I baths, Park Jensen Beach Princes .U tjery fond of flowers, shed communities 'will hold up in price. IF IT'S ELECTRICAL B HAVE IT
and most all her ChrUtmas gift '
l'sWAFTEDI General should increase 1948.
44. building during
per Boat Bottom Faint Iy fireplace and complete electrically -
were potted plants (blooming)
3.15 a tallon. At the IE /nd I equipped kitchen. Also room apt. or cot- from far and near. They both Young people are gradually getting accustomed to. high '

J Army Surplus Store. IW N. new one-bed room cottage on .. Stuart or Jensen State are real well for their age. building costa and tired of living with their inotherlnlaw

Depot Drive, fort PierceHa.. riverfront. Cross Roads, len.sen pric Box 1303, Stuart. After the visit there, we went 45. Both office and residential rents will be higher in HUTTO
11, 18, I: j Bench Phone 156-J. tf % '
ZSftn. _. through Marln Studios, seeing 948, Property owners are entitled to receive' higher
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FOR SUE In Salerno./I-room i'I' FOR RENT-Row boat and new WANTED seoUbU! Man or woman, for door pre, many different kind of sea rentals. Only as such are granted will there be a* much
appearance RADIO
apartment,, lante, fifi house! | outboard motor for inlet fish- to door\ork, In conjunction animal. Af 4 o'clock, In the building as there should be. and APPLIANCE CO.

completely equipped/ Boa I t inn Call' 151-J. with National Home Improver pretence of 300 people we saw 46.Mortjr.aKe tales during 1948 will continue about the

iterate hed. ('old ttoraf unit -- -- --0------- and Come them feed them It was Interesting ame tfs in 1947. These rates are favorable for those
for 150 barrels. Electric boat: FOR RENT: Efficiency apartment ment Service. Salary to see the sailor ring thebell very Closed AIl1 Day New Years Day.
mission. Splendid Opportunity' who have the to build. However 1n1948,1t will
hoist. 800 It. of waterfront. I block' of Post Office. down In. the water. The courage .
405 Seminole Ave. Call U9t Vere Beach ot write be harder to obtain mortgage loans.IoOuTlCs .
porpoUe gathered around and
Fine site for trailer or t.uortntcamp Box Z77 \ tf' ; ,
or yacht basin. Also for FOR RENT Apts. S and 4 __ would jump or 10 test out of
ale.. Ilea skiffs sills Chrysler rooms. Month season or year HELP WANTED" To Prevent water to getHh fish out of the 47. Both President Truman and the Republican leaden -

motors and several mailer ly. All electric. Greens Apts. AccIdent Com*, to Ralph I II sallor'i hand. The diver wenl will be playing politics up to November 2, 1948. It is

boat Van.type lUG Ash trick 431 Coconut: Row, Stuart<<, Fla timer Motor; Co. for wheel. Inside to feed the small fish now too early to forecast.the outcome of the Presidential

J In good condition. George 11. H, 25, Jan. 1 and tire alignment. They will while many camera were making election. The Republicans, however, have so bungled the I
Gundcnon, Box 14 or Phone -"' --- .-- -- that accident -, picture
I help you prevent price controversy that Mr. ,Truman has a fair chance of
Stuart<< 47-W. tf FOR RENT-Apt recently re tf The Sunbeam met Tuesday '
-- decorated. AU electric kitchen. -----.-- after which they-took a gift and re-election.
FOR SALE-I bedroom/ bunja- Fopinc St. Lucle Inlet wIlls WANTEb: --tour next wiringtjob t ng ChrIstmas carol to an elderly 48. Congressmen, returning from Europe will determIneour

low. Inquire 17! ClevelandAve. River and Ocean view. Boats and appliance repairing. No I lady, Mrs. MllUgan, who I I.In la foreign policy and take It out of the hands of the State

Also lot for sale reason and world's finest fishing. at job toe big or toe small High a wheelchair. Department, the Brass Hats: and even the President him-

able. Dec 24, Jan. 1. I, IS your door. Fhone 131-J. tf quality. Low cost. Phone Stuart Mr. and Mr. Jesse OrUf and elf. .' t' .

.I; FOR SALE-Beautiful Blooming FOR RENT Floor aandlng nut.chine 1 n. Christopher Electric I children Alberta and Eugene 49. Unless illness or accident' Interferes. Mr. Trumanwill
Mr Brownlee and children '
African Violets In three uses and edger. Keflnlan Shop. France Apartment annex tf- i ,George Penny and Freddie, of : be the Democratic candidate, with the possibility of

theAdr.1.Ima.. Cilt.- also your floors at reasonable rate. No..1. Hobo Sound and Archie Brown- Mr. Marshall being on (the ticket 'with him.

; Double PolnsettlM, rintax. Be. Phone 101 Stoart Hardware lee of South Bend. Ind, were I 1 60.> We forecast a greater interest in sane religion tern- ,
I (Gnl... Ete. Some small plants Co. tf Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cazort Jr., and civic with
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. peranct1 righteousness during 1948, conS
as low.1 lIe All tealthr, and children John Lee and
0. D. Qulgley Sunday. nued reaction against denominatfonaliam ntelerance(
In Mrs. FOR RENT: Whirling type lawnmower ,
blooming plants pots.
Cella Ann. of Little Rock; arrived Mr*. OdeU DeLoaeh and
and dogma.
Ernest Lyons, :311 Seminole by hour .r day. See '
\
Henry Kindred. Stuart Hardware by plane Monday In West daughter of Port Pierce spent
Street. 11,11.24FOIl
Palm .Beach to come to Stuartto I the holiday with her parent tnt.,. Mr: and '
- -- Ce. Phone IIS. tf iN.
.' & P. HEAD
SALE Sell or trade for Mr and Mr. Shelby McCulley. 'herson. Stuart
pnd New Year'a Holiday .
motor boat 1941 Indian Motorcycle. NICE DOUBLE rooms new available i Mm. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jacob had Mr. and Sir,. ON .1 Drug Co..

j Box 223, Salerno new furniture Hollywood with Ctaort't parents, Mr. u their guesU for Christmas son.: Howe, ot FOOD POLICY : ,
11,11,21 Soda, Innersprlng .mat and Mn. John E.!: Taylor and dinner- Mr. and Mr*. Eddie Smith liter, Mrs. '
,
Mri. Walter and daughter, Dorothy, of Daytona Wan to Thank. All of Ouj Customers for Their
-- --- -- -- tresses Rates from III weekly her grandmother, 8.ra! Mae and

9ORAL&:1t5and4h.pLiu'son' : and up. Rex Hotel Federal Kltchlng. Beach, Mr and Mr*. Milton >ana, Il1. called : The food industry will place Patronage During the paat: Year and l We Take T1II'Opportunity (.
air-cooled engine Also eleven and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Highway at bridge. tf -e- O. D. Quigley' Jor emphasis on economy and .
.Irrigation pumps. (lImo, !Mo-i Mr. and Mn. 3. C. Tucker of Jones and children*Edward and Mr. and Mrs during the coming year, to Wish, You
.' ter c.. Jf IllIlllIIIttltlllrllIiIsIIlllTIIuIlliflIllllllsiSERVICES Diane oC Fort Pierce, Mr. and :
Miami wire ChrUtmas week of Barnegat, If. A. Hartford, President of
AVOCADO TREES for sale in OFFERED Mn. Lewie Jacob and ton* and rday .to spend
,
gallon cans. Crafted winter- iIlliIliIiIlitlslIIiIsIlIIIlIIlIlIlllifltIIlIItUPHOLSTERY pleats of both-- their:-parents.Sw Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thompson.'I Mr. and Mrs. Great Atlantic and Pacific A !HAPPY and PROSPEROUS 1948

hearing varieties. SI.6'each.Get : WORK and Mattress Conrad ROck, PortMyers- Mr*. Tr O. Johnaonr of Winter 1 ner, it. of Company said today.

them& my house any day.Cdwln Renovating of all kinds.. architect". .spent the Christmas Haven la visiting. her parent the holidays "While It Is safe to predict MAY WE CONTINUE TO HAVE

: A. Mennlnger, Sr+ 117 We da first class work, pickup holiday In Stuart with his wife Mr. and )Ira. W )L Mart. Mrs.T. 01 Mr and Mrs. overall. V. 8. food supplies

\ Martin Road. and deliver. Phone Fort and daughter! and his parent, O. Johnson and Mrs. W. )I. Miss Ann be ample for national needs,, The Privilege of 'Serving You
1tet'A.
Pierce 775-I.e write Route 2. barr visited Mr.: and Mrs. Arlo .
AGENTS for Gould '11m,.. AU Mr. and Mrs. Bert O. Keck.COLDS. Palm Beach !
I Box SSI. Fort rteree Mattress :... Carson of Naples' Christina or Mix Martha lack of a definite picture on '
iO .n. Immediate deliver*.
I Stuart Hardware Co. Phone Coat patsy. tf Mr. and Mr* & D. Sever and ma foreign food commitments Stuart : Drug C o.

10.. tf DON'T WAIT until Its toe Ia... Mc,. TUlle Haiti were dinner Mr. Oeorge .J any specific prediction as

__-___ See for auUmoblU / gueit of Mr. and Mn. W. L. City La.. U either domestic supplies or '
today
SrECIAL-Flashlight complete us LIQUID MEDICINE IS BETTER Uerrltt on Chrtstms ,mother.' Mrs. The Rexall 'Store
wills bstUrte. and bulb. We. Insurance thai yon need under .no .pIms.d sine C cio .......... 044 I MarcIa McPherson who 1* In11urlCl' MUs Luctle : so Speculate as. to be

A real ChriUmat glt, for the the La sew*. financial Theodore responsibility Denon 6fI..1I.o I 11Iot1oo....onus C..u LIQUID ,.. tratnblr'1n Riverside' I wood N. J. ...," h* said. '"But We. Cloned From It Noon STIll ::00 New Yean,
i be that food distribu
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,. Martin Count KKetrie. Dehen Bldg. Phone II. I 666 col. hIPAU.OMI! Hospital In Jacksonville pent holidays. wIth wire .
11,11,21 the holidays her. with her par 1 ind Mrs. W. D. will be more efficient and
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mE SnrAaT NEWS\ STUART, MARTIN AUNTY PWRIDA THURSDAY, JANUAKY 1, left FACE SEVtNI

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NEWS and the WEEK STUART Newt Item office* fir e before:* : ; ::

SOCIAL Happenings) of' Hem. MRS Telephone MARY U-W O'I! J


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rUNTIC COURT Gl'ESTS and Mrs P. E.: Sloan, Mr anc BRIDE OP 88. MOTHER OF STUART PASTOR, TO HONEYMOON HERE FINE ARTS GUILDTO sociation trill meet at 2:30: p.m. 'i
ETED CIIRlS1MU EVE I Mrs John Martin, Mrs. Robot r'I Neail Home Is MEET MONDAY next Tuesday, Jan. 9, at the t '+

Mblte t.r. and Mr. 0. home of Mrs M. R. Trimmer, at
I Avery President Bill Steffen ha announced -
.
and Mr Willis P&iet.an !& St. Lucie Crescent Mr. DII"j j ,
yr Mr. and Mr*. :J. :X LInk, Mr. : Scene
|ier.'of the Mantle Court an< I of Party a general meeting of beth Kara will be hostess? r
__
Christmas,*e la the i Mr. O. Ariisden. Mr. and Mr the Fine Arts Guild far t p.m. .
itertatned --' --- -- --
tor he' apartment Earle Dolplt Mr. and Mr*. A Last SundayDr. Monday at the court house
In 'tooll1 __ ,Member; and directors are.urged LOYAL ORDER OF
After an evening of Ferguson, Mr.acid Mr. A. Mor _
UC.B. I to attend and the public ft invited MOOSE
,men guts were exchanged risen, Mr. and Mrs, A torcni q and Mr, Howard W. Rash STUART LODGE
!and Mr. and Mr. T. ---..... MEET aGO
,d refreshments served to Dr.- Brelthaupt entertained at an eggnog party lit ..4 504 wMr. .YDAY

-, -"-----,-- -- Sunday at their home in Port PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN H TM t
----= I MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Bewail.) Among the
guests ware
s. nD" L
ytGNW
Senator and Mr, Evans Crary, The Presbyterian Cornea'i As! ) t

Highest Cash ForWON'T our Car Mr.:and, .Mr L. A. Arbogast Mrs _______ n ...-_ ....-
L E, Ashley ana ion. Jack and
Jim, Mill Jean neUey, Dr and '
YAK FIVE LNUTES
Mrs, A. A. Lawton.. Dr. and Mrs,' FLOWERS ForrAH OCCASIONS
'' which its H. H. Hlpson, Purling Drake Mr.
Wean pay you the O. P, hit for your cat'
and Mrs. John M. law, Jr and CORSACEsV.
'el and BOUQUETS.- *. -CUT FLOWERS
much < anywhere
U as as you daughter, Dee, Mr and Mrs El
STAY WITHSUNRISE THE LAW A. Menningfir. Mr. and Mn J. FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
D. Coal), Dr. and Mrs. Talmadge '
OR CO.. Wilson, Mr*. F K. Mason, Mr. DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS ,

and Mr. Henry C. Frey, Mrs. LIFT
311.23 South ixie Katharine Ooett. Mr, and Mr. SMITH'S FLORAL & SHOPWE
Robert Shock Mr. and Mr. Arthur
Telephone 190
Fort Pierce, Fla. F Hubbard, Dale Sampson, WIRE FL RS M

Mr. and Mrs. Willa ford R. Leach, Arcade BIdg, 5th St., Ft Pierce Phone 310-J, .
Allan Leach, Mr and Mr, Rich-

r' y ard Smalley, Bernice Paulding, '__ < 'L': _
u s Mr., and Mrs. Paul Crocker, Mr.
"JOF .1 and Mr* H. Kleifeld, Mr and
Mri. John E. Taylor, Mr. and 7 :
.. MOSLEYPRUMB'ING Mr*. H. H. Thayer Mr .and Mrs''
j \, Toronto Jan IS to wrtihue t Ihejh4nrymoon In St'uar; ret, tiiid Mrs. Arthur Bannister.pctot Harry Swtnglehurst and Dr, and a ,
( >"iiuriuni, who were recently wed in Soutlihampton. ngllU>ll. his Bannister 8H Is the m, ht'f Wn Neall's' son; Allen who Is .
i of Rev \VHfred.C ,Aklrklgg, Stuart 'piutor. With /liar husband,84, they will I he guests ul the Methodist home (or the holiday from General ''I.,, t 'v4

pursoiiugo.! !! Dr Aldridge uid t<*!Uiy. 'My mother wo always cnlmful!. character and the type Mich.Motors College at Flint,

JOBBINC'\ CONTRACTING h> do the-unexpecttxl but, lifter 64 yeses of perfect nuirriod lie! with fey father, this Mitumrt ro,,,,'C(! .

PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE, woo the greatest.turprfee of our live" times
WORK GUARANTEED a food chopper, add three +
ALL -- mtHere's
fruit H cup sugar. To each cup
RAINS BLDa ( y PHONE 311 I of ground kumquat add 3/t cup Another
Octogenarian HoneymoonersFeted Home water. Let stand i hours Put
the bulk of water, boil for 15
i DemonstrationNotes minutes, and let stand over Reason for

Tile and Asdfialt TileAlso I on Return To Toronto night. Next morning boll for I
Bath Room
:13 minutes, or until the peel is I usingTUXEDO 4
tender, and let stand again I
.
Supply of Belgian .T' t rious color. I Showered by a host of dad:;;; left a year earlier to care By MISS LUCILE: INSCOE When cold .measure pint for '
Vs and 3'16 Ce.;,arl Fcial '
FEEDS
pint of sugar and cook over a'
wishing friend *nd relatives In for her 84-year-old ailing lister.
INSTALLATIONS I SALES rapid .Are until jelly stage haj
,
their hometown of Toronto, Mr I
'
Tile bath. Drainboardi Porches offRUCTION and Mrs. Arthur Bannister were The couple were married quietlyIn Many people throughout\ the reached (232( degrees r.l) A
Quarry Til!< -, highlight of the society page a Southampton'church and county have asked for marma- variation may be made in this I
FORT PIERCE TILE & CO CO. of the Montreal paper pn their when the sister died made plans lad recipes recently. Perhaps, by the addition, when sugar 1s
recent return from Southampton. to return to Canada Both had you would be interested In clipping added, of 1 cup shredded pineapple -

E. HOWL England where they were come here some 40 yean ago these: previously. boiled for 5:. "The Defter They Eat TJre Higher They Sell!" ,
minute 1
married. She 1* the 88-year-old- a/id have always been active in
r. 0. Box 111 Phone fat 0 111 X. ISth St, Fort Here mother of the Rev .W. O. AldrldgiV church and lodge circles here. Sweet Orange Marmalade Wash Kumquat and Spread I' PROPERLY Ihnto; a. healthier, faster growing
pastor of the Stuart Mrs. Bannister is will-known 1 Ib. peeled tweet orangesV scrape thoroughly'ripe
livestock- pound l of fwd con-
Juicy kumquat. Cut In1! weight nt mo per >>
I iiiiiiiiiiii I "MiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii I i I I iiiiiiiiiiitim I -I husband Methodist will Church visit, and here with this her In where Sllverthorn for many United yean she Church has, 2 i pie Pfr-l water removed from orangei half and take out all I seed. Run I turned, giving you n fit when market day

You Haven't Changed Your Coiffure =- month, Here Is what the Toron always taken the Mother's DayService 7/8 Ib. sugarPreparation halves through food chopper, using ': comes around. I
the Last Six Months Its Time You = to Telegram had to say of their She has also Been leader medium blade. Measure and StiH-k and poultry rai s n they save I timework
I Lady Our Expert Hair Stylist -= arrival there: In various women' organlnatlous at'peel: Wash st aside for each cup of groundIn by using: Tuxedo Feeds. complicated (fwlins}
A New Collection cL* Exciting = A tiny modish bride stepped and club In tha church.Mr fruit' remove '/orir T stork and poultry get +
'If Do's. Off the Montreal train'last night Bannister, a member'' of should be free from blemish Cut heavy aluminum. and cook rap. ,I the protein, the vitanUsm.. the minerals, and other \ II
with her,new husband, Arthur Court Jubilee, IOF, for 50 years, this peel In as thin slices as pos. Idly until peel Is tender and pulp I elements they need for br|rr nul... Every infmiirnti
l. active In 'King Street United slbl or run through a food chopper Is thickened. Now add sugar,
hfyi7p; Bannister toa shower Of con continue i UlH>ratory-tf tcd, frrjer tested l lo ghe you the'
For Your AppoiAment hill! two corsages and a big Church. It was through their Place,tn a kettle with'four from cooking.'stirring the bottom of carefully the- greatest, value In every pound of teed purchanrd.
bouquet of 'mum, church/ work that they Jim met tunes itS weight in water. Boll
'' several year The marriage 10 minutes dr'ln' free of water saucepan and'cook: until thick
ago.
Jensen Beach Beauty JSalon She''!! wore a smart black black hat was something of a urprlse to Repeat this process twice cook- and clear Pour into small Jars
with ostrich feather and a at once and seal. !| STUART FEED STOREFLACLER
ie sllver-fcflt trimmed ea.t. part of both their families, though they lag in the last change of water
Note: For brighter color and'I
Pf' until tender .
had felt something was in the ,
JENSEN BEACH
outfit.! She was '
her going away full )
flavor, make Y
excited bride at her air when Mr. Bannister went to Preparation ot Juice: After ltat up citrus marmalade j I AVE. PHONE 210
as
1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiini! !:, !IIIIIII lilt 111111I 11I1111 IiiUDTI as any in small batches. From I
,. homt-ec>n1Inl. Her small pointed England. the peel has been removed
one to two quarts of the mixture '
Until they find a place of their tram: the with
oranges a sharp
face beamed.- and her lipstickwas
a little askew from welcoming own, Mr. and Mrs. Bannister will knife remove the yellow part you la enough want to more cook recipe at a time.of thisI It ,{ TUXEDO' FEEDS Ji
kisses ,of her family and live with Mn. Bannister's daugh From the remaining peel leaving
tort they are available at the
friends. ter-in-law, Mae: JC.: F.' Aldrldgi, the white part containing pectin. I
Proudly: she slewed her en.. 32 Crtstviiw rd., who has already Weigh the fruit; cut it into small\! office of the In Home Demonstration FOR LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY .
planned a party tor them. In kettle, and Agent the! OughteruonBudding
gagement ring and her wedding ; pleas; place a I '
ring, made of gold from her As for the brld,,', advice on for' each pound of prang taken ---:--,- "P tr
cousin's mint In Australia, and marriage to other girls abe say*, add 2 pints water. Boll until It '
she told. In her tine, soft, almost "Go thou and do likewise. thoroughly disintegrates (about I ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLES 4
tones of her beautiful 20 minutes)L) Pour into a cheesecloth E''
whispering
wedding gown from France. IT. AND MRS. AUSTIN bag and press until no' ABSTRACT & TITLE INSURANCE CO., INC. ,

f fit was silver grey silk trimmed fETED AT PICNIC more Juice can be obtained. I 10 Victojf Areit.
with velvet violets With It she ...nd ,Mr. Earl Austin of Strain the Juice again through 5t Fla.
wore a French gray hat withviolet Washington D C, house guestsof a Clean flannel bag without .

veil and a corsage of of Mr. and 'Mrs. Sam eJUt: of pressing USE OUR ABSTRACT' l
violets. Casa r were a Making the marmalade: Pour

The wedding took, place in picnic and fish\ fry Sunday In the juice Into a kettle and bring EY ST NO MORE: tOur
Southampton England, ao that the wood off Martin Highway. 10 a boil For each pound of _
the return Journey to Canadaon Joining the open-alr event were fruit taken add 7/8 cup of sugar.' 5iM
Plant I Ie D< Chtcked From the Record
the Sam Austins and two children. >
the' Empress of Canada was When this comes to a bolt add
the wedding trip 'Perhaps there, Mr. and Mr*. Henry Cabre the peel which has been diced LOCAL ATTORNEYS CORDIALLY INVITEDTO 1 l
wUl bs- a trip to Florida later and two daughters. ),fro and Mrs or run through a food chopper USE CUR OFFICE PLATS AND SURVEYS

"and lye got, my bathing\; suit Albert ,M. Bhrlgley and three and cooled until tender. Bring -
all ready," chuckled the bride. children Mr. and Mr. Charles the whole to a boll and continue ----__ ---_'____'______-_-_-n'- -__ -_--_---_. ______ -_-_-._-_-__-_-_ __-. _-- -_-'_-.-.n-"_-_-
"Yes and you should see It,: Rue, Mr. and Mrs.Webster Ord- Killing until the jellying point
added her pretty granddaughter. way and son, Ronnie,'and Jack las been reached. Usually( obtained -
Coleman. at tn degrees F. or 108
IF YOUR NOME, CARAet OR OTHER The bride 1* M year. old. I degrees C.I) WATERHard f

BUILDINGS NEED REPAIR OR REMODELING She \U not only a grandmother, MATRONS' CLASS WILL -
but a great-grandmother. Her' ENTERTAIN HUSBANDS Combination Marmalade
SEE husband, also a grandfather anda TM Matron' Class of the I orange
great-grandparent'la M. Last Methodist Sunday School will 1 lemon ,.R d Corrosive
I grapefruit
/ night he, too was as happy and stage the annual huabands'night ,
T BALDWIN excited a* any bridegroom lookIng party at 1 pm. Tuesday sugar
VIL' L"' very natty in a black broadcloth Jan. 13 at the Bewail' Point Waah, and run the fruit thru r. For Expert jidvic Consult '

top coat and dark fedora home of Mr. and l Mrs; Wlllaford l s
WE HANDLE'THE with a white carnation In his R. Leaeh., X \ '
ARE EQUIPPED TO J.OB buttonhole D. F. KEITH

"We're going to be hous,. toil J. Q. MacDONALD i
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK hutttlng for a while,-' said< Mr. IS STUART CHAIRMAN PORT PIER f FLORIDA
Bannister. "We'd like a little Or MARCH OF DIMES: ,
'NO JOB TOO LARGE *- w NO JOB TOO SMALL apartment of our own.'"" Both Bill Stef tens announced this
bride and\ groom will be starting week that Col. John Q. MacDon- EAST COAST WATI-fl CONDITIONING CO. If

housekeeping from scratch aid ha* accepted appointment as I .
have owned fully Stuart chairman of the March 4 4WE
WRITE OR SEE though both 530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884 or 532-W
furnished households bsfore.Butit of Dtmc&Drtve, Jan. 11-30. Organisation
v looks a* it It will not be too worker are being
again for already lined up dally the county campaign ._ ..,
bard to start over -- -- ----- ------
E. A. "BILL" BALDWIN there are two showers director stated, and numerous -
planned tot them. benefits are being planned TRY US
Arthur Bannister retired businessman lot the annual fundraisingdrive
!P.O, BOX SALERNO FLA. ; left Toronto for England to carry on the work of MAY HAVE AT YOU NEED l
11 about a ,tot ago..Mr*. Ban the National Foundationfor, In- He's Cot ew
nister, then Mrs. Sarah Aldridge, lantlle Paralysis, Inc. Phone
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20 NEW YEAR WISHES -cCet-fie- -OC OIgOHorticulturallySpeaking'


e sic tuar't e u$ j'M SO GLAD -. Ft.JJL'ERV By '

VOt.1 E COMES 1144YM
Mankind long trek from Eden t* eternity passes .a==oaoc== otaot=== erao OIl'::

Published every Thursday at 4pu5E l5 A MASS! another milestone! of time today. A new year break Tht fuOowtng .c<<:lI sea. presented aUt* *nuolmtrtin cffa

Stuart Martin County. florid\ bright and fair upon earth" more than two billion inhabi- tforkla Slate Horticultural/ l Society at Si Pftfnburg, Novrmlm I9f

a by Stuart Daily News, Inc.,a tatits. Nearly 2'j million Floridians begin new year. ,

Florida corporation. Nobody know what 1948 holds foe the people of FlorIda HERBICIDES; GIVE CONTROL OF CERTAIN WEEDS NECETABLE :
Entered a. second-class man but anyone can wish It is my wish that we may have: \' SEEDBEDS
matter at the post office at 1. Continued peace. D, S. Burgif and E, L. Spencer
Stuart Florida, under the Acts \egetabie ,
Z Continuedprosperity, Crops Laboratory
A >
of March 5, 1875.S Florida
S. Continued high employment Bradntton
A FREE PRESS + S4 YEARS OF SERVICE yi' t 4. Redaction ,in the unbearably high cost of living Tlw use of chemicals to control weed- 61 seedbeds by lulling weed

S and 5, Improvement Florida's frightfully bad roads. Seed In the soil l [frtot. to planting hot been> ttandvd practice fur male

tl,'.Ik aewt* stunt au ':=::0 r.e: S, More hospitals-at least one in every county. lime with certain mops, particularly tobuccO Here at the \eatJALlitjoratiiry >

A FREE PEOPLE Ifla.*'., ...d..-,........lit.4...Mwre Muhtrh _. April. tU la 7. A profitable market for Florida citrus. wt have ticea. currying: on experiment with herbieWvegetable \.
Th* Tim*. : '5 1 8. More longer-staying and freer-epending tourists wetllieds during (lie last two yean and feel that our tends,)(
.. I .Mv.... founa.d k I 1111(Jot.. irf.a..T' 9. Another increase in teAchers' salaries, and enlargement to date I ulllxwpli not conclusive as yet are mot promising Aiioiliaseason ,. "
IIU1IUI... ....u.fI..rioIa.. ..... ..,.._.. K r1RS. and modernization of school buildings. 'i orpwimentul. work iliotild enable; jui to male definite neonnieiidutiom .
II f). More counties vote livestock off the highways regarding the method of application. of htvbicidul mitertikin
"R . 11. A large reduction In automobile accidents correLteJ: with mil; tvp -' :':1A.II svu'-s. :"i4-.= :=- 3.IunlllIlunhlluunnlnnnHalltt11unnntlu11nrntltltnHullW. 1%. No strikes or lockouts. In the wiecllwd experiment during the spring of 1947thre rfirMcul !
StlI1SCRIPTIO-4ttrrf.-! 13. No more floods or hurricanes. muleriak Gar weed control were'applied to the soil at varying ftn' '

II, M.11 l, OM teat ss t.. y.... .. ..... ....... 14, More farms and farmers. alt prior to planting The control! of weeds did'not always indKntrirriir

10..111.. ...... ...oj, known_ ____"u._.._........... TW M.nat*.,.lit ........ l.. e4Ylse 15 'The quick development and early activation of the crop seedlings btnwver:! ,i.both the Concentration and wcedi.of the herba'ain
........_. some tann.proved detrimental to crop TIll .
.L Florida' at- tXfmmental
55, *...... .... ,..... ,.I...""...'.Nr" .,.ltSd 64j.et1.n.W. .. .... ... tw. _,........ .11 M.. Everglades National Park, magnetic folks too IIIJIdhed.Wft' loraled on two different soils :These mill t jrWcMiriiHibly ,
traction for urltt.nd for the home ,
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MEMBER OrUE AssociATED PRESS S 18. A winning football team at the University of u. to the hid 1 of weed which scented, more or Kt" mtiwto i

f I I'M ,,_It... Prm a ........ xwhulMh (* IIM IMM ... r.c.kll,,tW. ef il&) Iktoal Florida. eath As one weald, expert the effecriveneit of the hrrucidr,
1 .... printed in .5.n." .....r. u well u att AP a... <.i.paul .. 17 I'lenty of Hews-pnnt. vtirwd, di'pending ort tthether the coil in question WM s fine land or i

18 A large of corn and a small of candi heavier hasnnoclstype!. ,
/IIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIirMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII crop crop
of
The weeds on the Imvy, soil were mostly a Occident rwlur
i. dates. etch (both imootli and! ). purtsLine. and |thistle
Worthy of Meditation : tit: pipwed ; Rniny tow
( 19. The election of the right man to each office. The light und wi Covered principally with irtxh Kraoei Ural wmdvaiimiali
IIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllMllllllllllll/ lllllllllllllltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIII/ 20; The arrival of 1949 promptly and on time. itfd fennel eniulem oak
as K* ffTfX. '!it, dog ] mid, fold
It I is not work that kills men ; it i III worry. Work Is I lllilnnlhJllllTOO / Html Occuring: b..ch."ils. were: nutgran Bermuda, and mal"ran
than he THE NEW YEAR The rrniti-ruilt used wets Lirrvaclde Uramon-Cv'anamid rnbuwt
healthy; you could hardly put more upon a man '
can bear. Worry it4 rust upon the blade, It Li not the revolution LATE TO CLASSIFY Hanging heavy over the collective mind of the world soil 2, 4U. 11m effectrveneH of wh for Control 1 of specific wrU a
that destroys the machine, but the friction In this New Year i b a dark cloud of dread. Fear, the lu mil type b dlKimcd' !in tj* 'hollowing paragrapbLLarvaekle (
,', Henry Ward Beecher. By RUSSELL :KAY father of hate and violence, is In the-worlds house. at a )liquid U rather jmiikmaiit to hamllo and h o

lllllllllllltMIMIIIIIMUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 llllullllllllllllllllllllllaYears In all times past reasonably.intelligent men have been trenulv comwlve' metallic equipment, It nxiiirei| a deface npjihci! !
ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSThe able to make an analysis of national and 'world condition Sirs iri water following treatment and dmikl he 1II1/td from 10 to 11
ago when I wa< editor and general( manage of in the light of things understood ; but today the majority dav. IM.I(ore _litlj(. On the lieaw soil M gave adequate control: rf
entrants in the Presidential Sweepstakes are pawing the Florida Grower Magazine, I had a friendly competitor of the men and women of all nations are totally J in the dark, nut gras. fk-rmudl grass. pigweeiC and lOW tM tIc, Ixit M did I|1 frt
the ground hard hew day like so many nervous racetoerset in Frank Kay Anderson, who was then editor of the They fear the- unknown. There have always been cmitrol trots grin, red ton or rxinlune.. On the lighter land past

lined up at the barrier. The interest of course) it! Citrus Industry Slagarine. unknowns; the ancients had them-rand they coined a saying paw, ml pp) slog 1 fvnnel i, .JtTmialen oak and, field .......rel) wore tie
entirely on the Republican side. in that Mr Truman undoubtedly Frank, now deceased, truly loved Florida Long identified for them : "It is in the lap of the gods." But today' tnillcd.! (bill! mil rod grajt.
with activities connection with the citrus Industry, unknown factor is in the! hands of men 11.. Inmon-CyiiiuiinM mixture In ratio of 3.1 ihmikl Iw wwtnl
will be the standard bearer of his 11011'1..1.
> party. be never let an opportunity pans to say or write a good Roger pabson predicts! that 1948 will be a year ol( into Ihe,mu-fjre soil! to a d<,plh; of 2 hcher. This' mixtiiro on ll c1j\T
ever.thinltrthat woes on within both parties neces- word for Florida citrfi, I Litle the writer, he was oppqned war preparations. By whom? With what Against mil gave control' of pigw ->l. punlane, ow thistle nut grass, BccnniJt
tarries least faint of oldfashionedparty
wnly at a aura good to the shipment of green iruit and pointed out in bn able whom ? No one knows. gram and brut> gran. On this toil a concenrritkm' of materla)of I Ife! Dn
politics Only the coming weeks will give the sign!- writings that when ripe no citrus fruit in the world, could All Americans realize that in the feverish race .ol per 11I1'[ yard wjj, iiiiirioia'| to the crop seedlings as weH ai werdt.' Oi
fit ante of Henry Wallace s entry in the race. touch Florida' produc atomic armature, a great many strange and new and horrible the .imly Kid there WM no control of wend I by this 'hnUcid.il hllf

Curiously the Republican who unquestionably ha Not long *ipi .lytjcrfved a letter from Mrs., Andcnoru devices have been and are being made We have hilt jiil fHiifTit| insults) Indicated that the applied .strength (>&; I III. prtyd

the largest number of pledged delegate at present ha She said she had been Voing through some old files and ran reasons to feel that Russia .also Li making them. Making "J. .) 'was {UIt, <'qllate. *
nut even announced his cundidaty That Is GovernorI'ewey across a manuscript, the original copy of Frank Kay Anderson what? We do not know Why is the war necessary? The Tlio 2, +i) ate concnitnilBTi of. 10 ft... per nor was applied at IK
f' ,who hold. a substantial\ margin of leadership whenit "s tribute to "The Christmas Orange" which had common citizens of neither country understand except { |(iiil tu llta Biirf.ir Kid JO weti) .before -.linK-| 2. 4.D on lM J >y

cornel to the IItlltiMt CII. However, thin margin u a r tnnjt been featured hi Citrus Industry :Magazine in 11)23) when that in each nation there is rising fear of aggression by I"il I cimlnilM IIIe various tucrtik weeds and out grass hefrt>I ffintMHwd.
;\ way from the necessary majority, and it doesn appear to he was its editor. the other but dnl 1 not control Bermuda: 'gran. On the lighterto!

r I' have fattened to any great extent; recently furthermore, Her thought was!! that it might'Dear; republushing 1' at So the people, not only here but there, enter 1948 in ll>. various grunei each! u I'll"! grass, nut gnua gorse grass, and ml
,! some of the polls indicate that party leaders would prefer th .time and with another Christmas: so close at hand, I blind fog of Ignorance-with really nothing much more lop dpi|'osrcd but renwiiiied. stunted 'for s long period and f iimlly died
Senator Taft, even though he admittedly trails Dewey in concur and find it very gratifying to have the privilege of a to than/ the growth of suspicion and dread. otit. |p"t! fennel, 'Jnuulem" oak and fiekl swirl were enmplt'tcly ate(
sure convention! votesThis reproducing it in this column and at the same time pay go The by ambassadors have met and disagreed The atomic ",tut. In no anise 1M! | 2. 4-D control: 1 Bermuda graJ..weyet, it is 01
,
y does not mean that Senator Taft in enthusiastically tribute to Its deceased author who was one of my warmest : pile? .are'smoking. The fiendish devices mass-death, interest to note. tlut the Bermudil grow runners did fast root at the t!
nudtt in soil' treated with 2, 4-D.
regarded by all hill colleague and party-members. Some friends. ,
and await their
conceived, to wipe out nations peoples
LarviKJde tlwrcrim be recommended. control IncerLun
con mfrly. a* a
influential GOP newspaper have recently complainedthat Here is Frank's editorial. just as he wrote it.. time '
weeds In n edi. A mixture of Vnunon and
anr > Cyaniirnid ia
the Senator from Ohio seem to be working on-the '
THE CHRISTMAS ORANGE When No one knows. ''
be cmicrntratiiHM 'pt.moc1 1 in tliit article (ks.the spring season t"hild
Idea that he should automatically <
whatever accepted
nays b1 l "'., not pm-e toxic |u Knllings/ during the flln.ot, since pkrbfideshas ,
as Republican policy Senator Tobey the President Frank Kay Anderson "WHAT, IS WRONG WITH MODERN MARRIAGE" airj warmn"' Irmperahse's are finniwtaiit" factors in the ji-movj

of the Senate baa openly split with Taft on a number of 1 1 am the gold of the sunshine, the nectarof the flowers By RETA M. WHITE: of tlie' free ammonia formed by the compoumU in s _Iioa. B.muf .
issues has shown
top Senatorandenberg of occasionally the aroma of the tropic twilight when dusky nightfall slips Every time I pickup a magazine t find that some mastermind the skin! variationi in mil. type from one icedbed area to anntlm,
mild irritation at Taft views foreign policy.
some on
I The have silently upon a stilled and fragrant world. has written an article on the subject "What is the individual grower should experiment on assail ante to dotonMt
mavericks like Morse of
Republican Oregon. I am a gleam of cheer to brighten the.murk,of gray ski, 1 Wrong with Modern Marriage" Moat of the articles have tilt nropef amount to be used previoirt to Liege sent operation Aa
little for the Ohioan and make bones about it. Taft
I use no I pledge of warmth and gladness to dull the menace of a been written by men, and the gist of their ramblings U IIY< if paying a certain penalty for having taken forthright and ,of : can be supplied' if needed to leach ont toxic residues from tlwtreutineiit
chill wind that flutters dead leaves outside) a glint hat t men are naturally polygamous and women are monogamous
clear stands on almost everything that now troubles this p..rpetuallummer against "lowrlakes hurrying past the ao it is a woman's duty to become a nervous Until further experiment evjilence is avaflublt; 2, .4.I 0
country and the world It may be to Dewey'n advantagethat window housekeeper cannot, I he m! mmeiKled fat seedbed use.
be tlf good"cook
pane. wreck trying to a mixture excellent\ -
he ha"'t t been too forthright on the big lllluN -
I the token of love and remembrance jolly bulge in sweetheart all
a mother exceptional
wonderful
though he has endowed the Marshall Plan and compulsory am I D otao.O=O-ooo oao
the stocking, cherished) gift from Santa of holding her husband keeping him
/ chimney-Bide a for the privilege an4
military training the last of which Taft solidly oppose COME ON-LET'S LAUGH
Clam from sounding off his wolf-call:
In any event, the line-up of favorites now reads I am Health Within me is that which brings color to thechet'k. That's all hooey The trouble with modern marriage O O-.o: : =oJoao.-oleo.-e:

IewcyTaft. Eisenhower. with the first two far ahead and gjv'ei zest to the appetite and bids the body' awake. III that Men! have ceased: to be imaginative and glamorousn ONE GOOD REASON "

the third the must promising of the dark horses a dark I am \\ ealth. The riches of Ind, are the \ra' !urers I bring days gone by, would Sir Walter Raleigh have run around In Nevadan you can drive 60 miles or so without seeing

hone who could, if the circumstances were right sweep for health is wealth] to all mankind: 'iTinia Beach in a pair of shorts with his fat tammy dancing a house, a man, an animal or even a tree I had done
the field ttillkie did in 1940. General MacArthur'spossible
as I I radiate cheer'and symbolize the them? Do think Casanova
am Happiness god a fandango above you ever just this last July then" I stopped to pickup a man walking .
candidacy is not taken too seriously! in professional spirit of giving I go hand in hand with unselfish service, let the world know how hairy his chest was? Ah. not! along the road .

quarters and late reports indicate that he may have decided Chubby fingers fondle me, lean fingers caress me, rosy Time was when the men wore white' wigs, carefully mar-. "I got a Irttle'place. five miles off the highway"" he
to stay in Japan until a peace treaty is concluded: faces and wan hold me for a smile of welcome and delight cited i silken britches buckled at the knees;. beautiful said 'Lived there 30 Greatest in the
Me1 tllS. Stasxen! and Warren are openly in the field, bu'ttht'y I t am an accompaniment and a token of the spirit of the broadcloth coats worn' long to 'cover !their ''aldermenfronts" 'world" years. country
are long; shou Lither of them). however, tand .anfxcellent -
occasion embroidered with colors
j their vests Were
; many I I loked
suppose dubious as I gazed at the jumbled
chance of being offered necoi d place on the I[ am the Christmas Orange to stir the imagination of their female admirers. Those old desolation baking in the fantastic heat. .
ticket should he desire it. Finally, there i ill the usualIt
inters had a way with them. Their courtly gestures and "VVell., could call "
you her a little, dry, my companion
l list of favorite who have chancefor
ngthy sons no perceptible
NO SUBSTITUTE FOR WORKJ. dances stirred the women's imagination.
low-moving Admitted.. "But did you ever sea a .plfcce where so many
anything J. New berry, head of the national retailing chain were tempted to discover whether or not there was fire people you don't like ain't livin" _
\\hether or not the two parties split broadly on the system that bears. his name, recently sent a message to In that that hunk-of-ice. And that's how romance started
tlueation of European ant. the Marshall Plan, and foreign store managers throughout the country which contains, In marriage the men kept up (the racket and any wife could SELLING BY INDIRECTION

policy in general. there will be no lack' of Issues to make in simple, forceful 'language, fundamental truths. that ap- have told you that ahe was up in the air most of the time When Clarence Birdseye, the quick-freeze food mil

the campaign lively. Mr Truman will certainly go to the ply to all of us.He \. trying to decide whether she was. married to' an iceberg needed a financial backer one Wealthy man agreed t.

country on behalf of his program of rationing and price. wrote : "The person who makes his job :the.moot or a hot tamale. give! him an hour at lunch to listen to his plan.
ci-rrtrol. It is almost equally certain that the GOP standard One of those old duffers would take his wife walking Mr Birdseye knew '
important thing in his life other than taking care of bill the man had no Interest In ,the
-bearer will oppose" it in practically every particular. family, and who has common sense and intelligence to on a tool] summer evening Perhaps they stood before a dis- quick-freeze process What did Interest him He found
There n plenty of dynamite in this issue alone to keep the apply to JIb job, should be entitled to greater success and play of women's fashions! and he would croon In her ear hat the man's hobby was photographing wild animals.

contenders goin#, Price control involves ,the Whole gov- rewards than the one who only wants to work eight.hours I.Darling;, if I had the money, I'd buy, ever gown in the Birdseye had done that sort of work, so he started talking
irnrrunul and economic system on which this country is window. Money is scarce but you don't need silks and wild ,photography.
a day, five days a week The hour became three hours.
based and its abysmal! failure in Europe will alno give the Everything in the way of farming, mining, manoacturing satins to enhance your beauty. To me, your eyes areas It was only during the last fifteen minutes that the

Republicans a strung argument and distribution must keep on expanding to give blue as the heavens; your charm ia aa enthralling. a ;man finally asked about the quick-freeze idea. He agreedto

Republican policy holds that the best way to solve work to the increased population\ and to produce spd distribute 'rainbow spanning the sky." back ''L La 7that company was sold to General Foods
the Coat! of lir'lug problem is to cut the cent of governmentand the of more people.. This will What happens in these days? ? ? Sure, If the old and the Btrdse/e share was slightly under $1,000,000
larger requirements
reduce taxeo-that is, to attempt to cheek i inflationat Call for and leaden of industry, geezer can take his nose out of the racing form, they mayo Talk to man about what interest him and then.
more more ?
the top, and to allow the people more take-home pay ( for a walk She (his sorrowful wife) sighs as she passes'ilene'a maybe, he'11 listen to what you have to about what in
to buy thing! with. Home think Mr. Truman, for his part, "Those leaders will be the people who have such enthusiasm ..' but he drags her on They walk a few block: tercns you say

will come out with a different"kind of tax reduction plan, for their ,work they would rather May on the job ie'a usually seven steps ahead of her during the first part ..,..... .
which would confine cuts pretty much to, low-bracket incomes and nee that which they are interested in progress and of the stroll -"-- and then he starts in:- "My corn ache. Iwish MORE FUN

rather than including the whole income scale His grow than to spend their leisure time at' less impotrant I was home. What happened to that ten bucks I gave Mary-How is It that George never takes you to the

veto message when he returned the tax bill pawed at the pursuits, you the other day." Then there Is silence-a heavy uncomfortable movie any more' : ,.;;'7 tjjV ,
last regular semuon of Congress indicated, that. "When you hear bright young people talking about silence.. The wife glances at her ball and JreneVel| one evening" It rained and we' stayed
What make all this particularly Important Is that nd working onlyforty hours a week who expect equal compensation chain. lie's completely absorbed| a window display' of Home, ,

one can' make a sound guess as to who will win- -which i ia II with the man who loves his work enough to put a drug store: "Try our new dmcovery Get a new lease """""*"*.
very different situation than obtained before the last the necessary! time in to. make his company grow, then you" on life You need not feel old beyond your years." It's THE' WRONG ONE

four elections when every dispassionate observer picked owe it to such a person to tell him how wronghia ideas are. five dollars for a bottle. The wife sighs another five Belle: was sitting in the breakfast nook shelling pew,
Roonevelt When the Republicans took the Houne and This is an old-fashioned doctrine.: ,It is in opposition bucks gone and she wearily turns homeward with her when she heard a knock at the back door Thinking It

Senate in the elections of November, 1946, many began' to the new and engaging theories of the more 'advanced Ice-cake: followipg her, a bottle of renewed; vigor clutchedIn was her)'OUnl'lOn.he t called. "Here I am darling" Silence.

digging a grave for the Democrats. Then Mr. Truman's social and economic planners; But whether we like it or his mitt. ., Then a deep voice IMWerd"Udy, this Is not the rerular l
stock, aa revealed by the polls, rose remarkably A short not, it Is a theory which Is solidly supported by centuries Give DS a return tip the good old days and marriage milkman.' .

time ago, in the Kentucky elections, Democrats registered of human experience-and human experiment. There is will cease to be a topic of mournful. writing. HABIT -*.
no substitute for production-.which simply means there
some victories over incumbent Republicans, and this startid In TheVagabond
GOP leaden thinking hard. It look now as If the elec- is rio substitute for work. A genius may find an easy shortcut morning"1 ret awful palM' when I bfcnrl. over In the
tion will be very close indeed-the closest since the Wil- to success, 'but the number of geniuses at large at any .ELF-SERVICE .

r aon'- !ughes campaign, when California reversed its usual time can almost be counted on one" nun'a fingers. Mr. The doctor's waiting room was full. Every chair was Doctor-Too much ,exercise I gueaa, Why do such
ha restated truths which if abandoned and thIngs then '
Newberry taken some patient were even standing. There was a "
",; field and went for Wilson by a narrow majority after ; .
I 'i" Hughes had been all but conceded the winner. forgotten will lead to individual tragedy and failure desultory .conversation, but after a while a silence fell Man-How else can I tit! my "
shoelace"'
However, it I ia a long time until next November, and and to the deterioration of the strength' and pride of the The patients waited. Finally an old matt stood up wearily i NOT'SHE \ .

in The present state of the country and the world anythingcan country. and remarked "Well.l..uellll'U go home and die a natural, ) i 1Ie-Io jou object to petting! .

happen A worsening or an improvement In the international IT COULD HAPPEN death.-From the New England Weekly News. She-That's something I've never done.
I picture-a depression or a continuation of our STORY"My I e-Nevel"" petted "
money-upending -a decline in price or a further Two young women were discussing church affair OLD I JShe-:-No, never objected.
spree of industrial when one remarked, "We certainly bar'a very small con wife is an engel In three ways," limited Mr. Brown.
rise in price strikes a prolonged period
*-more or
HE I< NOWS
gregat f n. "In what ways, asked his companion
factors such these could turn the scale.
(Y !have peace done-- before. Right as all that be said "Yes," replied the other, ."it' so small that when the "First ahc'a always Vp'ln the air. Second: she's always 1. judge recently declared that a man should be ma*

is aa that(hey it looks like a good ,aee. now, can minister says, 'Dearly beloved,' I feel like I'm receiving a harping And third sh. never has an.earthly'thing tel" o his.oWD 80m. or how the ..... '.... --lIoat.i8N,.

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'. TOE STUART NEWS; STTAJIT, MARTIN OOCNTT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1948 k FACE NINE

JAMISON FAMILY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
e Now'Under Personal Supervision oft HA? REUNION( FLORIDA SENDSYULETIDEFARE
EARL B. DUGAN, Notes of Interest To Veterans
1
Owner The J..A. Jamfson family of I
:
,
) East Filth St. observed belated Gear"* IL Moore V. A. Contact Officer "

:; ST.. LUCIE BARST. week Christmas end .family Married reunion aons and last I At office I to 4 of p.H m.R Monday,Lowery: Jr. Fort 103 Pierce Atlantic Headquarters Ave.: Ring Out The. Old. Year | ,

LUCIE RESTAURANT TO THE NATION 4111111111111111' I Ills I II llllllllfilltllllilllll1When '"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllll" 1 II I 1 I
daughter who ,Joined their parents :
LUNCHEON AND DINNER' and deters here were Her- a veteran accepts a compensation j If I am qualified to any of the Ring In. The New at
UNDER<'' JP ..VISION OF ANDY T51MAJ bert Jamison of Oataewille Mr i #--- cheek, does that mean benefits under the O. I. Bill? .
OrEN SUNDAYS 'Winter Vegetables And that h* Is latlafled with the ratIng I A. You should contact your
Line of Choice LIQUORS WINES and Mrs. Robert Jamlsoh and Citrus Are Rolling given him? Will a veteran's, nearest Veterans Administration'!
,
Mr.and Mr John Szyka of Miami to Market compensation be reduced: U he office for a decision a* to whether -
and CORDIALS and Mr. and Mra Stratton finds employment? you were discharged under The"LIGHTHOUSE
fi I p. Jamison of West Palm Beach i Jacksonville.==Because Florida Contact representative of the conditions other than dIshonor-
4 -- i produce a tremendous volume Veterans Administration answer able since that la the determining -
4 dorms( of question like these factor for entitlement to
' I of highly perishable crops every day. Here are the answers benefits
,t, 'Which must be moved M th y to some of the question vetex> Q Will the amount of compensation -
'
ler reach maturity, substantial harvesting an ask most regularly: I receive for a service .. \
r RING '. and shipping operation Q. I am a World War U vet- incurred disability be reduced in
, I will continue through the holiday eran and work part time. I in- the event I employment? I
" I season though we do not tend to apply for readjustment A. Va Earnings from such:
IN I expect, nor would we wish to allowance and would like to know work do not affect the amount '
operate on a 'business M usual' how the amount ,I receive Is of compensation received. I' GALA '
:: iii Y baste," said William L. Wilson Computed Q. Is there any limit\ to the 1, .. \.
THIa NEW Director of Florida State Markets A. As a partially! employed Veteran amount I can borrow under the '
, todaY. you tab receive a maximum O. i. Biiir I' 1'r'ir';
"Christmas din me r table number ot allowance to which A.You can borrow any amount '
YEAR (throughout the Unit bore Ilia length of your service In the that the lender Is willing to lend i
'
I material testimony to the 1miv armed forget entitled you but you but VA will guarantee only : NEW YEAR'SPARTYM
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'it.nit part Florida played In each weekly allowance would be 60% of Uu amount up to t4,000
; AT providing healthful fruits and reduced by' the wages you receive on a real estate loan and up to I
o vegetables, Reports I have just so that readjustment at- $joooo'n a con-realty business
received from and combined loan I
our Stateoperated lowanc wages
.
It TOMMY'S1 ed )market show that dasplte wilt not exceed: $23 week.: 1
weather during re* Each weekly allowance thusr Veteran wishing further Information I ;
cent months, shipments of tomatoes e u1 v e"rnardless pf the concerning veterans'
\ beans, celery, pepper amount of payment, would re- benefits may have their questions' J'' !
I and jnar.y other line Of pro- :duce by one tiM number of remaining personally answered) visitingthe ,
.
duce have ben rolling to destitutions payments available I VA Contact Representative ,
throughout the Nation, Q, I was released from the at the office of Harris Lowery in 1
to supplement the State's great Army with a. bad conduct discharge the Oughterson:; Building! ,Swart, : ', ':':)
\ citrus fruit forwarding, and : and would like to know Florida every Monday afternoon ....
such luxury Items as the Winter (ontinuouH Entertainment antI Datoclnp; From ''I

City strawberries and other for area which are famed.Plant Educational Exhibits Billed 10 P. M 'Till\ All Hour .:

I Another Chrlstmaay touch .
II 'I.
It I was lupplled\ tot ,the holiday
t season by heavy shipment of For NationalBoat ShowingNew I

" gladioli blossoms from Fort My _______ ___ I FEATURING. .. .
. ( Ce. ers and other producing sections -
Many thousand' of dozens York Dec 34 Educational .
I of these beautiful blossom will exhibits by Government 9 PER CENT -GAIN
add color to Christmas decorations Thomas'
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-.1 and State agencies well .> Jimmy
as as
: EVERYBODY .". because of the expanding
J\ operations of this) Florida Industry national boating and service or- !'IN BUSINESS ,
ganization. will form a colorful! .
; li ___ llastt! -SI aster of Certmome -
INVITED part of the 38th National! Motor
BRYAN TAKES tlGIIT-W LEKARMK I?: You His Nurnliu and
COURSE Boat Show at Grand Central SUNSHINE II ESTATE jit( running With Specialty -

TO THE Fort Meade., Md.-The graduation i Palace Jan 0-17, according to \Vondurful Tenor Voice.
of Sergeant Walter E. Ira Rand show manager .
I
Bryan son of Mrs. Pearl Bryan These exhibits! will 'be housed -- -
Saturn Avenue Kobe Sound on the fourth floor of the palace State ,Chamber Review
i BIG NEW Y from the Meat Cutter' courseat which also will be utilized for the Activity Jet 10 Month .
YEARIS/EVE:' PARTYDancing the Food Service School here I overflow display ot engines,boats of 47 'Joan

I <<< 'i. was announced by Second Arm I and nautical accessories, due to Ebersold
A i Headquarter today The course the unprecedented demand for A nine per cent: lncr"ase in
Every Night. Fine Liquors of All,Kinds.' : to or tight weeks duration, andis I chow apace this year business activity for the first 101 t I
II IIf part of an Armywlde programto : One ot the outstanding Government '
f Good Sandwiches.TOMMY'S I, .Uuprova th soldier food cervices' represented at months ot 1947 over the /sameperiod TOT OF THE PALM L'EACIIES"Musical

I Sergeant Bryan entered the' the show will be the U. 8. CoastGuard last year, was reported j Comedy StarletS
I Service Dee 11. 1948 from Hobe Auxiliary of the and Coast yesterday by the research and
Sound, and hat served iu Trinidad -I Guard District embracing the industrial division of the Florida ,
, BAR. British .West Indie His New York Area, Which has an State Chamber of Commerce
award Include the Good COn- exhibit combined with the regular 1 1Tht
lu Its weekly business review.
duct Medal, American Theater Coast Guard. This auxiliary! I 1
; U. S, 1 HOBE,SOUND, i at Operaltous and World War tt unit of the Coast Guard whosem 10-month gain 1 in Florida I II Local Amateur
t Victory Medal He U now on e rrt bet i tendered Invaluable//111.I reflected: primarily In reports'
-" field, Horida. service: during the la still I of bank: debits ''charges against'!
J .' ._ _".._____--..:...._....:.._ _._doty u.t Erin .. an active organization war. and is! Individual accounts*, the most i
under the direction of Commodore reliable single indicator of business
.
William A. Smith. activity. j
The exhibit will stress the Five of the State's six leading SpecialtyNumbere11
courteous type motor boat inspection financial centers showed: increased ,
that ,as instituted last by September t, 1947{
..
over September 1, 1940 j
On display will be
r :samples: of the sticker that is "Jacksonville held first place i, .
or-r attached to an approved boat. with an increase of 14.J per cent \ Tex Ruse! ,
Sample ef Coast Ouard.a proy- In Saint Petersburg business. was*
ed boating equipment will also up 92 per cent: Miami 8 per':
. ... be shown rent Tampa 13 .per cent and ,
The U. 8, Lake Survey. a Fed- Pensacola 6.0 per cent !' At The Piano .
eral department which Is simi "Compared with the year-end
lar to the ty: 8 Coast and Geodetic total of 194J,'th* 10>-month total V\\'ith lit> Musical Nobody. Men\ : For Your \11>".1, ( ng
y survey, will have an educational ot 1947 was tip 40.8 per cent and I II
exhibit In the show for was 10.4 per cent, greater than 'j Enjoyment.TAILI
'f' the first time. This organization the 1945 annual total"._- '
I
conducts survys and prepares I
charts: of inland waters go to sea The other! organization -
Two more of the 11 national which Ill have exhibition
boating organizations which will space are' Wltter"'ay League of I ,I
have educational exhibit at the America American Power Boat .
SPECIAL{ palace, exposition are the out A.IIocilltlolNew Jersey Outboard I ; :' RESERVATION i {
board Boating Club of Americaand Association New England I
the United States Power Outboard Association, stew; Yurk

NEW YEAR'SOF :r DINNER Squadron The Sfamans Church Institute ,I Outboard bany-New Association York Outboard, the Mar-Al- S3 I 0 00 0 Coupl 1'or. ". I '

a* It has done for many, athon Association, the Boy I ''I
years, will show examples of its,; Sea Scouts and the Mariner CUrl'
rehabilitation work for men who I![ScoutsTHOSE I CALL MRS. SUEA. ATtl18> i

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COMPLETE. LINE OF SEA FOODS J INCLUDING

STEAKS I COCKTAILS and DESSERT ; .

TURKEY, CHICK ?o1 HAM I SENSATIONALGREYHOUNpS

And At Usual -
All FULL COURSE DINNERS NO COVER CHARGE REASONABLE: PRICES. I -
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17 ... GALA PARTIES- 4 CLUB .. Shell OyttfyfnA Clam e Shrimp; Stone

/; Crab Crab Cake, Top' Quality Prime
Pane Out the Old Year a t Dane: la the New Year Western Steak and Chop


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DANCING, 'TILL. 7 .- 6 PIECE ORCHESTRA Races Nightly :


Fun For AH'. ;\ Good Old Fashioned Dances FIRST MACE 8:15 i THELIGHTHOUSE

Virginia Reel, Paul Jones, and Waltzes '

:Quinelas Race : .
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CAGE TEN TRI RTIIARTNPRB, BTVART, MAKTTi COUNT FIORIDA, THfRSDAT, IANTJART 1, 11M'I I

t l t l l I I I I I I LUMBER COMPANY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IS GROWING NEW BUILDING SHAPING It teemed a* U they had tween them. Th man, k1enl.lae

Refresh Yourself EXPANDS FACILITIES moved "No eouldnt' be" he a* Wallace Alexander 84 ask

WITH I himself and again turnedhis : held on a larceny charge.
+i"' When Out Our Way NEW BUILDING > r told ,
Expanding facilities to accom head:
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I modate Increasing: badness. th But once wore Hoffman turned *
EARL' I East Coast Lumber and Supply his head--and this time the
Co. began construction this week galloping down the
trees ware
on metal-roofed lumlxr shed street UOUH) M#0E IS B '
SODA ',SHOPFOUNTAIN I, '10 x 20 feet, The two-itory structure His horse galloped taster and ee.M ee s5 eM"r
wilt house 20 lumber/ bin, I he stopped the trees and then I
oath 10 feet" wide. t QUID
INKS nun who was Holding one In j 66. Colo A*
,SANDWICHES f CQf: FEE I has Herb the Young Construction Co. each arm masking Ws body be +I"r gsv
I contract according to
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ArcaeU Stuar FU,
\VtCtor/ The magnificent new University of Florida gymnasium Is beginning physical education, recreation and intramural and 1 bittTc llqiiite!( I r

--- _"" to take definite ''ifkupe as construction progresses without delay .(In athletics. The section under construction in the above picture\, l I. the

the Cutor campus Future home of the College of Physical Etlucatfon main auditorium, .1 "We Sell the Best"Ie J"W.. Service the Rest" I Health and Athletic. the'new bulkling will permit adequate 'capacity of 6.500.

housing for the University growing programs of student health. Physicion

STROMBE CARLSON

II There were some new arrivals Blue Waters, Captain Johnson Announce th jppeninf of His Office

Radios & Ra io Phonographs Many Entries In Tournament I last week, although not newcomer Whitlcar, when he took t party Iom 14

,. Continued from One to the charter boat fleet out from York 8 C. Aboard
page Captain Victor P. Lane and his were Mr and Mrs A. V, Cart- Victors Hot? Arcade
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while Captain Toley Engbretsen .
Moja put in at Pittman Captain
wright, Jr.. J. C. Clontetr and
three down 1 to
BARTLETT t BROS. others ranging taking out Miss Florida H. P. Saunders and Ito HI Stuart Florida Phone
355
J Bill Mill Mr
10 pounds. Captain Abbott Nan Carson, Clonlger
Hook from Jersey
came down
that day. got a first salt for Dr.
lad Cole Is here York Mills. but he
him out Mr. owns the
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th Inland HI
Herbert C. Fett, Jr. Dr. waterway The ..
317 Osceola Ave. Phone 209 for three months this winter and Hook the forgot business problems when -- -
Fett senior. was aboard 1 11 at Lighthouse dock
.Intends to b* here four month and also boated a sailfish Incidentally Jerry Smith has hllnf'W the sails hit. Only Miss Carson t(< .J1ext winder failed to connect, but she was
but like all fathers he dock 200 feet or U long
With fish lying entered, Ute was compensated In.park 10.13.with l lShop"
ready and In commission for the
chiefly pleased over his son'sluck A NEW PLACE TO .GO kt
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Invite ir Friend* To Stuart Sailfish tournament I 11 The Fetu an from Bay fleet which; will put out from several dolphin and a 10
now definitely underway. Elsewhere -, pound tuna.
there
Shore, Long Island, and with
there la printed a box' All three fist were kept to be
William Robbins, aame community 'Thi* year the :Dude; will be I' roda r
mounted when the York "The '
score of the Fire House entriesn and. Big
Restaurant they literally made a \arre |
Sailsport t I addition to Dr. Ash sail andMr. flying skippered by Captain Frank party stepped off the Blue Waters -
trip to Stuart and back Csongedl, a Stuart old timer
there to tell had
Fearing blu'fln are: it was easy they
I\intain
I Captain Ray Young of the Dude Dodge the owner, Is In enjoyed themselves. 1 The Only 4 Gift Shop

Just South of Frazier; Cr<*k Bridge; on U S. 1 an In even' the t footer sailfish caught length by clan Joseph -; Spray took out Hornsby Crockett business (Inot fishing) In West ."Nobody could have had a for MiV anI'Mil'On *;
Palm this winter but to
of Washington D. C. and that expect better day fishing" Mr. Cart-
Pllcer of New York City
ea FOR from The Spray, Captain Ray evening Mr. Crockett had won make frequent trip to Stuart wright said and Mr. Clonlger U. S, Highway No 1 / Kobe Sound
for himself brorue sailfish but- Csongedl Is overhauling the
Trow!' a immediately put in, "and you
Also The Spray.
Young.
ton and a release button.To I Dude and hopes to be all set can say we are coming bock hereon '
A REAL HOME COOKED MEAL a 21>/c pound dolphin Caught/ turn to river fishing for a within two weeks our way hIDe t h PCS
T S. Wlnn, New Smyrna Beach'
minute-Captain Dale Noise Noted Cecil Johns walking
TRY OUR DELICIOUS STEAKSOR A Brenner 22V, pound Cedarhurst.snook Long by Fred Island brought In an 18 Vi pound snook. down "West Fourth street the WALKING'TREEPtdladelphla
: mine other afternoon carrying a pair PHONEStuart's
aught on a pal o plug
N. y, the fish that Just tn the St Lucle, but river fishing of outriggers, evidently getting W) Mounted
topped Mr. Cole's. A" pound 1 reports an not tod hot-fresh his Opah In commission Patrolman Harry Hoffman I
SEA FOODS ounce trout by Fred Marcus of! water. Three sails all on at once,and glanced at the! erect-looking IIL II Ito ILL Theatre
I Hobe Sound and a 55 pound wa- all three turned
Had a chat the: other eveningat eventually boated Christmas trees Frjrlay
BENJAMIN GODDARD Prop. J hoo by Roscoe Rollins, superintendent the Pelican with Herman That what occurred the other away and then iuJeriCLINTONE looked I "Bening Ma n County"I
of schools In Stuart
Lehrer of New Tork City He I day aboard the charter boat back again
from the Jean Dare Captain
Earl Dare.Capta1n. the light tackle enthusiast,, use I WEDNESDAY s s AKCAHET O-BRIEN I. I
Ford. Carter of the Only handed salmon fly casting DISHED DANCE"JWHY
rods Mr.Lehrer Ia I here with WAX.
Buckaroo, berthed at the Lighthouse -
Mrs) Lehrer and their tblrteen-
EXCLUSIVEtAGENT alongside of Captain Ted
Preston Little Joe reported year old son Donald The Lehr- FOR YOUR CAR IT'S SPRA/ED ON. "tfINDIT WMEf you CAN V-C sears

f running Into one of the largest era. are old friends of Stuart and Enter all cracks And crevice* y lasts longer NEW YEAR'S EEATOt
they in turn have many friends
FOff schools of sharks- off the Inlet
icre. In fact Mrs Lehrer said GULF PRODU S )
that he has seen He said they
what he liked about Stuartwas MIDNIGHT SHO
seemed: to be everywhere around TIRE REPAIRS. CULFLEXJ JBRICATION
t the "friendliness" of the en., ,
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CENTURYIBOATS d r an4 n. tT.
and under the Buckaroo. We Call For and D r
Col and Mrs. Austin Bartlett people sIga r -
Mr*. Lehrer .la as keen a fisherman ttla wear aster THE pT A LI
of Louisville, KT, fished with Stuart Servic ation AND
u her husband. She ADDED
AND Ckptaln Curt Whitlcar Mrs.Bartlett '
six with 12 ALIDAY w ..
use a ounce tip a. .s
/I. not only boated a sail. thread line Mr. Lehrer ha two : Opp. Stuart New. J \ Tel 9144 THURSa

but played a 3oopounltnnd rod. nine ounce tip and .loW WALTER a REM, Prop. DAY
shark for nearly in hour. She
RICHARDSON CRUISERS Dunce tip and nine and six g, kaocn
got the ahark too
thread line OPEN 'Kl.t d Uu
Capt. Earl Dare of the charter ErwilUnIPX -
Mr. tehrer 1 Ia convinced that cell '
STUART MARINE SERVICE boat lan Dare recently got a 2i45 *
the sail: for tome reason he
couple of sail for Mr. and NrLA.
O Hawkins of Atlanta. Ga.Mr. 'annot explain put up a much Port r
Phone 33 Stuart Box: 96 Hawkins released his fish. better show on.his type of rigging FRIDAY and SATURDAY
than they ,do on the con-
On Sunday fishing a party 2 BIG
HITS1ami
from HendersofvWC.. T. B Rose en tlonal outfit The whlpplnes Paint & BoW/Shop
I tf f the rod? Mr. Lehrer surmise
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Bradford
and son And A. C I Ja COUNTS
Ibis be the but
that
with hl.lllGn. Captain Dare came ; may reason I'wINsl w..wrcaan
BEER WINEJNCH In flying one white and two red I X Ones only not a answer surmise the and"why even" so (Over A' & P, 2nd boor) 1 yrrnnw '...
release flags. Mr. Bradford'saizteen
f OU OST L BAR -year-old boy, Jim boat- "There Is no question about SPECIALIZING UPHOLSTERING' .I :
/ od two, keeping one to be mounted it," Mr. Lehrer said "Stuart Is Auto Painting ,. Metal Work
U. S. Near Indi\\ntown Road and hu father booked and ;:he best place for tall*.' Custom-made Slip Coven-n. Sport Tops [
released the third. The Lehrers have been fishing ;
EER Ale Rnv Wll I at Whltlcars. / t
an The Sonny Captain -- l ly
lam Fletcher went out the same I 1 I
V ,50 Pe [ Case day with William Wright and I. I
party from New Jersey and returned -
1 Schlita Pabst Budweiser with two white flag fly- I

Ing
Mi r gh Life The Jean LaFitte of the Toley\, a hRD r e I
fleet" Captain dame Brown I ,
,
OIL had a Chicago party the other Ala ew Year euaapAVIS #
STANDARD DEALER
day and the spokesman for the Y'ALSO
group said: "Who's Guilty," Ne 8 and Cartoon

ARNOLD E. WILLIAMS, Prop. "It couldn't be better fishing
and we're coming back."

COFFEE I SANDWICHES He was Reginald Levy, who, SUNDAY and MONDAY
himself caught four sails and 0Hg siNGs LOsr aN aac,. ri.nANces' Lraa AN IMP f-
.I released three of them. With Loves stat A WOMAN .

him were Al Cert and L T. Goldberg "

a sail apiece Also aboard ,
William Fedrman of Long

Island,N Y. and begot a sail. I,
The same day. Captain Eddie
Engebretsen of the peter Pan rl r
got two sail for Dr and Mrs. .1,; ,

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t I Ii t- 7/i Jensen BeachS'TUDENTS NAME TENNIS COMMITTEEON Palm City News when her sort, Harold lnney Stumpf West Palm Beach, andR. '.1 '

I II STUART COURTSA and wife and sons Palmer and HIGHWAY GROUP L. Ray Palm Beach, Palm ROTARY CLUB \;.

CITY COMMWpt* committee composed of City Wesley and daughter, Miss }f-, Beach County; J. D Tunis, 'C"!J. STUART/ M* a.. .

Regular M'; HOME Manager Curlt, Jack Coleman LAST RITES FOR bel! plnnev arrived with trails EXPANDS PLAN Hollywood, Broward County; W. l! a ut:.wr Ga5LL sits

\ and K'nnetb SUnuneli wilt go to from New Jersey to spend the L Baird and L. Fletcher: Proctor, Mjo 8AUNUKKH' I
8:00 P. M.nrl"q' holiday here They will return both of Miami Dade County. and :aus.wweaTJs. l
), > 2nd and t FOR HOLIDAYS West future Palm peach In the near' OLDEST MAN IN soon to resume their work M J D. McAndrews, Key West, awntrr /', I.0'
I to observe courts therein teachers FOR NEW YEAR Monroe County, ,jt, .
connection with Mr and Mrs S, tan 2
" City < a pjan to observe E had ,
I Stuart Hall Among the students home (ramcollege courts there la connection PALM CITY AREABy as their dinner guests on Christmas --
Mr and Mri A. L. Lane, ''
with
a plan tq modernize the Publicity Program Will
I tot the Christmas Holidays Mrs Elizabeth
DeVane of Stuart '
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Public Always Welcome are Mr: and Mrs. NorrU old PWA tennis courts in Fourth: ANNA a OAT ., Mrs. Martha Whittle and Benefit Those on Jensen Mot air

Tllton snd baby, and Mr. and Street Park. An estimate of $S'-I. son Sam,of Salerno, and daughter U. S.1
065 to do the Job submitted by Palm City residents extend Miss Ann Whittle of West REPAIR ALL C RS
huge;
Pennsylvania firm was not acted sympathy to the' family of John Palm Beach: and Mrs. Mary East Coast l Association .- JfUCE
upon Douglas Petty. who passed away; Chandler of Salerno Miss Anne composed of almost 1,000 BODY and FENDER W
rson's/reh Co. Senator Claude tic Dec 23 at the age of 81, and belIeved Whittle of West Palm Beach was members In the I 13 cut Gundf Pepper's
i of to be the oldest pioneer the over-night Sunday! guest pt counties of Florida, will continue -' AUTO PNTING>
advised that there Is no current her sister and family M,. and
of this locality at the time of on a.. expanded scale the
(Formerly Gunderson AjflackYuh Co.) government building program his death having come here in Mrs. 8 E. Lane program started la 1947. David I '
which might include a. new post 1914 with hU family He.... Mrs Clifford Petty and son McOlnnls newly elected presi- R. E.WHEN. T 1
office for Stuart, although such born In Beverly) Ohio, and In Clifford. Jr..' and wife were liP dent of the association, laid In
; Fish later years lived In Nebraska from Mlaml'to attend the funeral -I.a preview of activities for 1948
f First Quality ) a project ls approved. for the future and Missouri before coming to of J. D Petty Clifford Pet. I., The It47 program, inaugurated -1
l ty, Sr., has been her for
Florida He ,is survived by his same during the /Stet year of the
Wholesale ilk mi Reta/ A semi-annual Interest payment wife, three daughters, and a son, time during his father Illness aSSOCiation Included publicationof '
of $10.847 on the bonded Mrs Lena Felgel and.Mrs. Allen Mt and Mri C. H. Volta served a four-color map-'S0Ider ,I YOU NEEDLUMBER
PHONE 47-W 1 SALERNO, FLA.RESIDENTIALOTS debt Bvrrell of Palm City, Mrs. Alerlc fifteen at dinner on Christmas, newspaper and tour-guide adrvertlsing
was approved with Commissioner
Including the family and the following -
Johnson of Stuart, and Clifford billboards I press releases -1
Stuart dissenting. A friends, Mr: and Mrs.
Petty of MiamI. Hs baa six on road condition and I
bill for 1313 69 to pay foe lumber grandchildren and nine great, Oscar: Eng of near Philadelphia, ,contact'work with state agenciesand
used 4n M park, benches was grandchildren. He also has two Pa. Mrs N.Turbey of Britt Road official; \la an effort to keep I OR ANY \
OK'd, sisters. Mrs Bertha Smith or and Mr. Adams from Ohio highways open for travel during I
WATERFRONT Oregon and Mrs: Andy Thorntoi Mr. And Mrs. RHlnh -Matter the tourist season BUILDING MATERIAL /Y
PRIVILEGES of Covington, okla Funeral ser had, as their Christmas guests, Most of 1947 was consumed In

$125 to $200p\Lot Mrs, frank Wacka, visiting Mr. vice was held Dec. 27.at Johns and Mr and Mrs Olenn Anderson. raising funds to put In,motion f '
children, Darlene and Larry this I'
Funeral Home and burial was program. McOlnnls laid We CALL OR SEE
You. Can Build to Suit Yourself, No City Taxes. and Mrs..V B. TIlton, and Tom- at ,Fern Hill Cemetery. Rev. "H hope to get underway with our > ,
Street and Sidewalks in. Electricity Available. my Helller. Jr from the Unl H. Jones and Rev Wallace H. Mr and Mrs, Ed Burgess and 194< work earlier in the year
verslty of Florida at Gainesville, Sterns officiated. daughters. Virginia and Mary than we did In 1947. To accomplish -i
Miss Nancy Oasser, from Steph- Mr and Mrs. John Mlnetto ot Melle and Mr and Mr. M. M. this, we are now in the East Coasr Lumber
ens College, St. Louis, Mo., Miss Qoshen Conn, have been visiting Baker drove to Miami Friday midst of planning our 194J enrollment ,
OTTO' BINANOPAINTE I Jonne Langberg, from Rosarlan. I her brother John E. Terrick where they visited at the homeof drive Details have not '-
Academy, West Palm Beach over the Christmas holidays, Mr. and'! Mrs I R!: M. Fulton. been completed but It U expected -I '
Blount Gideon from Stetson They returned home Monday Mr. Fulton is the father of Mri that directors In each & Su 1 0. fl'i
University, DeLand James Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Anderson Burgess and Mrs Baker. county will head up the drives
Mlchaelaon, from The Principe, and son,Bryan ot West Palm Mr and Mrs E. M. Higbee had there assisted by volunteer i
DYIATISINOS St. Louis, Mo.. Miss Verna Beach> were the guests of Mr I the following dinner guests on workers: to that every penny of i Phone 22 P. O. Bl Stuart Florida I'
i Gamble, from Rlnlln Ar and Mrs DeVlllbls on Sunday, Christmas; Mr and Mrs A. H. membership fees will' 'be avail I
! I School In Sarasota/ Dee 21. Anderson is the son of Bursonl and Mr. and Mrs E. L. able for some form of advertis I ;
!i Mr. and Mrs Ed. Parnell and Mrs DeVlllblss. Higbee and son. :
i I family of Miami spent last Fri- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Yates are Mr. and Mrs Arthur Worthamof ing.We have received many compliments -
day night here on their way to rejoicing over the birth on Dec. Delray Beach spent ChristmasEve on the map.folder,
Rocky Ford, Oa, to spend the 22 at the Martin County Hospital night with the V. V. Worth- McOlnnls added. Some people FOR S1LE'!
holidays with relatlvs of a baby: daughter named Jo ams, Jr. They proceeded Christmas have said It Is the finest folder
Old isie Hi-way Mr arid Mrs B C. Austin have Ann morning to Tampa where of its kind they have ever seen
uart arrived at Wards for another Mr and Mrs Douglas Lelghton they spent the day with V. V It Is now being distributed 700 feet from Ocean to River. All high
season and family have as their guests Wortham. Sr.. and Mrs' Arthur through AAA offices and by pri- ,
ONE 276 Mrs C. H Munch Of Pine LodgeIs Mrs Lelghtoas: mother Mrs Wortham's' parents vate distributed, agencies no marsh land. 3Vz miles North of Jensen '
b spending the holidays In Way- Mrs Helene Sudhoff organized The billboard' program, Is just
Mary McMahon ol Sunnystde, L,
cross, Oa with relative, I., N Y and aunt, Miss SadieMcMahoiI the present Presbyterian getting underway and the present I Bridge, at $12 per focV Abstract ; f fI
I Miss Connie Begerstrom of; of Brooklyn, 'N. T church choir In Stuart. On Sun program Includes 10 boards I marketable
showing title.
West Palm Beach spent 'las; 'They arrived the 22nd to spend- j day null"..night"ava the.. Presbyterian I>nllAau ...nn...Choir.. e.,,I to_be. .up.._before. _the. ,!1the. I r
week
_end with her parents, Mr. I the; Christmas holidays and willriturn nuivci "KIUUII in ma we meow I I Sej
and Mrs. Harry Begerstrom I home after New Years. the Womani bbi'ld i I 1 its to erect at least 20 more boards
COUTCOMMtRCIAL Sixteen wen present at the Calvin Markel when.has beerf where service are being held for the guidance of our visitors
last regular meeting of the Leg-i 111 in a Miami hospital, when until a church la built. The Practically every' visitor ton E. R. PIERCE '
PtIQT0; PHY Ion Auxiliary at the Town Hall last heard from was recovering music was greatly enjoyed by a Florida want to see the east] ,
Four new members were received : from pneumonia but still being appreciative audIence. coast because of the great number -
Real Estate Photogratiy Mr. Qwelg. Mrs. Williams,' t treated for appendicitis, for Mr and Mrs George Ham of top-flight attraction Our 112 N. 2nd ,Street
Mrs Mlddleton and Mrs. Evern-' which he had not yet bad an mond, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon visitor are assured of courteous I Fort Pierce, Fla. ''
ham: It was reported that a jprratlon Langford and son, Vernon Jr.. treatment all along Holiday
Roll FilmsDeveloped/ check for $50 was sent to the Rev and Mrs. Wallace H. and daughter, Jackie of Melbourne Highways a* our members InJ \
department as'' a Christmas donation Sterna and son Knowlton and Robert Hodapp anwife delude persons operating Jhese or i
to the Joy Shop at Pratt Sterns left Dec 24 for :)Byrd' arid daughter, Gene, were attractions and those offering
PORTRAITS AND AEROVL PHOTOGRAPHY General Hospital Coral Gables Lodge, Avon Park. Christmaswas all at the Hodapp home on services !for tourists. As our association !
.
CruegerBWg. Box 163 r.A Phone 324 A Christmas party for members spent at Lake Wales, where Chrtolmaa. .Patsy' Hodapp acoompanled has adopted the slogan W. B. TILTON
watf-held Monday evening, Dec. they: enjoyed the Bolt Tower her sister to Melbourne "No Raise In Rater in 48" our I
.L.- 22 at the Town Hall. An exchange music; They returned horn \ and Jackie and Marjorleleft visitors are assured of continued
of gifts was made and FrtcVy, Monday for Melbourne to fair prices I Jensen Beach FloridaTO
refreshments were served Mrs. Robert Brown, formerly spend New Years. We have been assured by the
Mrs (Lewis Gamble was hostess of Palm City Is very ill at her Mrs. Rebecca Morton of West state toad department that U.
Your idle to her bridge club at' her home In Tropical Farms from a Palm Beach arrived Christmas S I will be open all during this
money, i home last Tuesday afternoon. recent stroke Friends here ex- day for a "',,ek', visit at the season, McOlnni said.
High score prizes wen won by tend to her beet wishes for aspeedy home of ,her son and wife, Mr. Director include O O Oerb- OUR ,FRIENDS IN MARTIN .COUNTY
Mrs R. 8. Robertson and Mrs 'and Mrs S O Crews; Gaines Ins, Fernandina. Nassau Coun-
recovery.
Can earn Minnie Klpp Others paying Mrs"Corlnne DeLong who has CrewS of West Palm Beach, ty; Roland M Meyer, Jacksonville "
brother of 8 O Crews, visited and J. T McCormick, IN"OUR ''
were Mrs. C, H. Alderman, Mrs. been> ill for some time is again Jacksonville VISIT US
Elizabeth Alderman Mri E. J. onflned: to her bed. Mr. DeLong at the 8 O Crews' on Sunday Beach, Duval County;
Ward, Mrs Adolypertel. Mats is suffering from a recent fall John Llpps and son, Lloyd, arrived James E Brock. St. Augustine,,
21% "\ Elizabeth Robertson and Jtiii at his home!\ with an injured foot Christmas eve from Ohio St Johns County: ; Oranvllle NEWIOME I
Gamble .nd lee U> spend! the winter at their Alley and John C. Leonard, both
,
| Jf ....... -'Mr:'and' Mrs. William C. [)e- tnww- I."'.".. of Daytona Beach and David .
Per Annum Long were Christmas day guestsat Mr and Mr. Fred loss entertained McGlnnls. New Smyrna Beach Corner Orange Avenue }
., hU mother, Mrs Harvey Volusla County; A. S Merrill,
the home of Mr and Mrs
onInsured WE BUYwrecked Junk, George Smith. The Smiths with Singleton and Mr. Singleton of TltusvUle; B. F Carlton, Cocoa, and Sixth SY1; """I
'i SaviAccounts car I their children and grandchildren Miami on Christmas at their and Lock Davidson, Melbourne, i ,
scrap and Mrs Bell Ross ;rved farm home Brevard County; J E.!: M Becton Fort Pie; J
copper and ass. dinner to sixteen Mr. Susan M. Deardon celebrated VetO Beach, Indian River County
'The Maurice Langberg was a dinner her birthday last Saturday ,; B, F Ivey Fort Pierce, St
Federal
Savings and Insurance Corpora
ion _insures/ individual accounft Lo/ to 5000. Husband SIS 'SUT guest Sunday evening at the and was '11'*n a surprise Lucie County; W R. Baker Stuart >>< nd wife insured. ARTS home of Mr and, Mrs. Clarence birthday party 'In the evening Martin County: : I:. f
mar have total of / ,000, fully
Feinauer. by her son and wife Mr. and
First Federal saving Jfcu are legal investment Sout le Highwa y Word has been received her Mrs. W. C Deardon Relief AUasf
or Trust Funds as well as/uWs held< by Guardians,
of the death on Dec 18.ot Steve Richard Sudhoff arrived Dec
idrainistrators and Exec reoFIRST' \ Pierce Jlaiko, Sr,in Cleveland. Ohio. 20 from Auburn. Ala. where he
P ne 129SI H. was one of the early pioneers .s attending the Polytechnic institute I ForYourC Ch 6 6OremnUlldon SILVER PALACEPHARMACY
Call Writ] here and was n years of age to spend the holiday (
at the time of his death His with his parent He will return
E WARE son Steve Jr., and family are Jan. S: to Auburn. relieves pis be-
FEDERAL awaiting his father ashes Herbert Budhoff, Jr.. arrived Uiaeliroestrouble to lx rlJh to f the 1
Dia onds Watches 'Which will be burled at Fern Hill before Christmas from Gaines germ laden I ph?: d aid asto
Ring rid W h Repairs with those of his wife ville where he is attending the soothe and hey e, teD4er. .
Savings and s ation tau Mrs. L. C. Smith of El dng- ''University He will return Jan. S flamed bronchUli jourtvuggW>Jnucoubnuws.Tell to sen me _. H, E. CENTER '
ham 111, arrived before Christmas after a visit with his parents a bottle of CraonJaldon with UwlntienUndinf -
of India! Riv County I and has,been the guest of Mr and Mrs. Edward Sudhoff, jroiikiu*like!tbeemy it Owner
VERO BEJ ar FLORIDA Mr and Mrs 1.. 8. Oregorto Joseph Turckes of Detroit, Mich, quickly shays up cough et foil are
t-20th Street Dial 2137 i onsrenuno Mr. and Mrs. Jack Usk had 'arrived Monday to visit at the to have your CREOMULSIONfor tia.
the'.following guests during home of his brother, Herbert Phone Fort Pierce 51
R. W. Sedl'wlck, Secretary Treaaurer l lilt Christmas day, Mr and Mrs. SudhoftiiiiiiiiiiMiiiitiiiiiiimiiimniHiiiiinii. A.j for Coups,Qat Cold.Branchitu ,
JUnmle Tucker, Mr and Mrs.
,Member Federat Home Loan Bank and Federal I I
Fred Oman.Mrs Alfred Orman.Mn
Savings andDMn Insurance Corp. Dan Silva i and Nelson andJimmie ObituariesiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiiii '
Current dividend rate*,* Silva Danita Deno and / l/ West Palm Beach Directory f3 (

107 N. 2nd St Fort Pierce LOrraine McPherson
Charles and John Leighton TOM REINCRT, U
WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH
and Noah Ludlum attended the DIES, .IN NEW YORK
THESE FIRMS APPRECI T YOUR
horse races at Miami Monday, PATRONAGE t i
Dec. 23Mr Tom Relnert, 52, died ot a
and Mrs.: 'Charles Evans heart attack, Dec. 13 at his Long BADCOCK'S -us sees w. se so HAWTHORNE
and granddaughter, Diane Yates, Island, N. Y. home, 300 County '
pent the Christmas holiday at Line Rd., Amltyville, according 512 Clematis St. 92zo.' ROOFING CO.
Okeechobee: with their daughterand to word received .here. from his '
son-in-law, Mr. and. Mrs. wife FornSturc and : ROOrINe- frT METAL i
1 David Waldron. Reinert was owner ot Tom'* House Furnishings .s or HIAYINGVINTILATINGW" ,
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Mr. and Mrs Charles Knimm Riverside Oarage here for many ovrroLxrx see or.va ,
had a* their Christmas dinner :years and he and Mrs Reinert
guests, Mr. and Mrs. M.M Baker I made many friend here and In
1 and Mrs. Anna B Day. ,Jensen Beach No details. were
Mrs. Ida M. Plnney and ton I given for funeral or buiUT serJT" I

SEE;. US FIRST OR LeRoY were surprised Dee 24 '** *.._.. --.,_ __ Dependable Installation '

And Quick Repair Service i'' '

PHONE STUART 66' -i- INNER TUBES FOR THE BEACHJfS
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I I. FOR BUILDING MAl-WAL 1 : NEEDS)! Tilton's Service Station ALSO e '

Pomplete slock,, of bathroom fist 5 1
Complete Line of Plumbing Sap es ,,1
Jensen Beach''

CASA LUMBER GO.{ VOLLRATH PLU )#I SERVICE : -

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5 5aastaac FLORIDA REALTORS when condition seemed right," BURTON CANDIDATEFOR CHUacHM or CHRIST SCIENTISTCOD" I IW Iklnkm .ku.1'I_1M d Him wk_ ..'tM.
...... Bit "The tto ,
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I If Florida I I URGE BUYING OF Mr. Werly laid."Though many ATTY.-GENERAL _Oft -kick!I. Ik ale.b toe ...of. iChrist. I.*. ehsr.aa.. 1_". >i........ d IM I k na.... t:401 stsssl-, (1'..,_ ail' 10 "I
.atentl. ,,_._t *5. .....w isle .trelsg-.Ewes is 1.1l1i.tT sele
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s VACANT PROPERTY .
so-called expert have Viewed '.......,. H....... eme I *- -
with alarm the determination\ Gainesville -Speaking -fore __ Teate. "This useS the
.4% s rItIUS Ferris Wheel j jIIORTESSE.K. J Orlando-"Buy vacant property : of those dvdring home to to the Young Democratic Club of M Lord UM Ui L..d.t. SL4 of li
while it Is itlll available and I ahead, and discouragement the University of Florida fast 1 .o, the lot' Md k,.M IM hen I. m Right Dew Tewas
I WELLS at not too Ihgh a, price" la best i, was voiced every time hag week' Orady Burton began his Soil Ae.'ee(U.Uk t..44:4),:.tlon.l. sloth l r.mprlMi I TILL UP WITH GA30L1NC AND rfcLL DAY. IF YOU LIKE ,
J Having voted stop-gap aid ,to! advice of M Wertr President' proved we were right ,The exports active campaign for the otflce Ih. t- -Wnnoa. It the roll..... ".*nTh SINCLAIR OHLBRANCH
lln4m
of Attorney General to succeed use .1b1.' ele..e the Lord >k
f IIi: ro thumbed Its nose at In-' Florida Association of Realtors,: now admit building I costs Tarn far MT: Uw lr .!WI "I.i/",' I STATION ore..lt. ,04,44,,
w.w
at headquart ers hi re., Over a I Watson who will not: reek .. . fit,
,1 uliuii( and voted $29,000/ to will not go down for a very longpr tf kta (P* I "UI nine unto WJ.DT rw* eZAC r1.oRtnA O1ir pi.
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/ tee lectto he has announced t ale .h ei.b l lmr
when restrictions onbuilding as Lead u has I II": I"
year ago
themselves for ipecial aeseionlroveilwg ': .tod and that now la th.> timeto Cwl .hth I !.... mv twn. 1"1,
Ii Congress were still bothering'those : for Governor ... of shall b,. MilH i I '< i i i f.i. rn '
IfL'YNF expense took hare build that needed home Intact "-- -.- --- dlUthni. ....him,_." .. ,04 al ,Ent11ulntlu1111tu11ilt111II11111111111/n11111111111sl11111. i i / 111111 I .iiUIIIl: lel 11,
wishing to their own M .104 in (IPe iiOi
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f for home, head in the air those who wait longer wilt Indians of the Andes highlands is \
% Alt'i I ::4f tall ova the dashboard homes, we urged that these po" no doubt hav\! to pay more for; wore platinum spangle Ifh..u.-...,& .. aI', inn...... 1"" I I1itl1o.1.

i 11113Ai.ST I That position, In case you don't site tentlal carefully home owners with' select the to,I thesite, thus wiping out any and tutees. ,ring LOOP yean ago _.1.a.e......w..re_. ...fee..""'....Ioo And t.'hrlwt'e4 H..1tb' II
la in accordance with an .a view alight reduction In coat of material
; 1 O Th1PA: Y !I i 76' saying vhlch, however neighborhood and convenience *." I I
'l adds that the feet shall be that they the would be able to i Mr. referred .
Werley to the I
Jim Ia nncdi'rt !1 on the ground One may, we take plentyof time to have goodplans illicit "Why you caJit. get that FUGATE and ,GREENL-EES !nF I F STEVENS %i SIPPLE .1
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sl< +mYot' trust\ t. be pardoned for doubting I prepared tor study and! new home" in a current magadne .l .
',<<.I F'lartit3a that Congressional) (e e tare would: then be ready to build aa entirely misleading and ,
1 plantsd\ on the ground with any I I J an unwarranted attack on all Engineer, Survey e, Dlge rti'ts-' i; DESIGN -QWS1MCTJON'

----- degree of Onnness. of ordinary. nou.co lgt'ssional i the many fine organization constituting iI iI pdONC 7&IMI \ 1
I, Willingly or otherwise, most {talk, when they really want. 'to! the bulletins Industry: Estimates Submitted equest I!
Atncrlcans agree that Wop-gap get place. don't wind sitting up which ha worlc'd against desiterate I I '
:, aid was a must, there 1 Is general nights and< travel without reser- odds to build the largest ..:'
i
FIRE ESCAPES
SOS; E. 4th St. Fla..
agreement on) the led for action ration lit' day coach bus, or number of homes of all time In! Stuart,

to stop the upward sweep what-ha\e-yoU.\ W believe the I this! year of 1947. The accusation 1!I P. 0. tox 606 FORt PIER E, LORIDA I c c90lI1t11111I111IIIIIt111
,! sxcART ,I of inflation and there U also avrra&e MC would go to even will be well answered and' PHP, 311 .
general agreement that nothing h this -xtrcnw 4u order to definitely proved false and mil* I

31 Cgr "is voicing accomplished the anti-trust along this line.j.If j.,country:.----- ---_----!.I adlngj._ he concluded ----------- I !! .! ,_'_ !, !III III IIll111111lI llllll 111 111 l Milli 111 lit 11111 III 1111111111I1111:

I to permit fixing' of laws
should result In lower .
.Jad I costs, !the nation will be both' DOLLARS .'; J& pATRONIZESPE
iiSiiTT-- a-g-g ? L?'* ;j"** -2&ii
> J y
pleased and surprised. .i "t iw 11 SJT

Senator Taft blithely proclaims TINMARTIN : ? $ 'fie HOME FIRMS
that Inflation can now be MARTIN COUNTYBUSINESS

+ olalli. stopped If Uje President really OFFERING YOU
wantstei take It COUNTY
> action though
kin clear just what effective .TH ESERYICtS
STAY AT HW.1E DIRECTORY
action the bill make possible; L
Speaker: Martin evidently not of
the same opinion, says "other
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steps are to be taken" when' -
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inform -- -- -- -- ,- --"" -
> ( un Congress convene) in January, -- -, '
and that these will' really put the I COMPLETEElectric I '" HOME BUILDING !
We Pick Up and Deliver CASEY.SI
Rc,1 I Estate
Insurance
A
brakes on prices Voluntary and Refr : Stuart Taxi See Plumbing : Heating
curbing of prices and wages together YOUR I '
Write' .,r See with Individual and collective : tion SERVICE Golden Gate Camp HIGBEE & Sheet Metal .

willingness to sacrifice, No Job Too Largo SERVICE Cabins Trjulert
JOHN E..TAYLOR LAUNDRY Too c PUMPING SYSTEMS
Small
lot the of all Is of i
good course
,I i i I Beer Eat and Cat WORTHAM I N. Oak Tw Urn. m* TM SwN
I I-.CM.U( Bide Phone 1011 the id al nay to stop inflation 1 ROBE Dependable ,
sr r.RT but ue don believe Mr. Taft or j First Class Work S Prompt I Bottle Beer Served : General Contracting;
ELECTRIC
one else Is naive enough toepE'rt I'I'any Phone 287 Courteous I I i and Repairs STUART PLUMBING
such action, all the bill| 'bar Phone I Sunday : P. O. Box 832 &: METAL WORKS
I '
S I' does >' to enable Congressmen I PEOPLE'SLAUNDRY Hobe 3271 miles So. Stuart
Stiuad I 31. .
One Block West' Palm OXS4
Yffitlilt0.'fr7: Y.i 1 1eRi '
t : hums for Christmas and
< !v; I I iFed.
I vav we did something:' It Is Nile PhvtiefStuart PHONE 149 Hightway No. 1 I City Bridge,On The PHOhUt Our ie Night" M.M

i7e fie er '. iniereallnK to note that those I -347-J- ve ,, ; "' ,__ Right_ ___ __ i
r situ were among the noisiestscoffers --- ,
t at the voluntary food .
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saving plan of the luckiest Mr. 1 You. Will .. -, t Web -Ord y4T r' : SUTTON'SService '

i Luckman thai anti-Inflation now protest to bill believe will LOOK YOUR BEST I : L I > i ET US
"
itx everything just dandy. If You Visit i 'MotoftAUTHOXIZED Station 1 Gin Your Car or Truck
: ; I I HAPPY 1I A Complete! Check Up
In b.. ding a new There one thing, however MUNCHS'BARBER v'I I II
that must be said for the mem-I| : EALER .rOWRECKER < ',Formerly' Wester'sCrown i iJ EXPtJUfNCf" ATTENDANTS
',. 'S'. .R' vJ,: E. I ,
home Ce SURE ofto ben ui Congress: ; they may be SHOT : E JtII I AND>> MECHANICS
:
puttied upon not to lower the : NEW J Gas and Auto i i t .orJr .r AR ELM
R CORNER ugmty ol their office by travel. Oldest Shop In Stuart I :fPl1bri : ANO ItIIVII i I II Repair Soft Drink 54 HOUR7 DAILY
*
Ing other than In a style befitting Your Patronage I I AY AND Slit I '
STOTION, t OOD their exalted station Even AppreciatedLyric SERVICE I YEAR II Standard Oil Co.

LAIDGOOD mill transportation prices at I Theatre Bldg. ; IN STUART I *." oor REPAIRS, : On.. mile So. Stuart I MJPM Slavic STATION
their present high level It would 1 ,
PLAf-; i, C\) O D >rem that $220.000 would haul a Stuart: A TAXI ITS PHONJ: 9142 I Fed. No, I I I RALPH P.05145 CH4NDUa.IU-w. Oaas

lot of people hither and yon .In CHEAPER/ -- --, I \ t
COfSSTIfUCLND the 8tl.) to' vhcih all of u*
1 .. ,
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'oullike\ to become accustom -- --- -- -- -

INSU, A11tCE.GOOD HI ow. lookfd Just f up Mti&fy a few our rates curiosity from TRUEM4N : I CONCRETEFoundations Jensen Hdwe.

AShlngkm' to various and sundry Fjertilizer Uncle Floors,

points and In case you also TUXEDOFEEDS f ; Billy se< Driveways, Sidewalk, SURTRY'
\r'\ one of those unfortunatetools Blocks, Brick Drain
cursed with an Insatiable ea-.IW ..._ .In A.sLi P_1_ I Tile Septic Tanks.In .
.,.dses.. R_ _IW0.4., ,. THEM THEY
i
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uricslty we suggest that you ANDGENERAL HAiPPY" Fact
heel! a few.Neitetheless.. j LINE OP 1 ARE MORE,THAN .
Everything in ConcreleDUNTILE
ED MAPP our opinion ()fCJDJlrf'M INSECTICIDE sadPOULTRTREMEDIES
(,; U higher than that ot ', i I That Christmas Spirit i ifl i APT _TO HAVE IT,

Cvttf: Kind of t hilt colleague Senator Taft, STUART FEED STORE' ; ypur heart j ia what th' Lord ;'
t..in .,toted that I regardless of In- IM FLACLU AVE. fHONE 110 1 TL 1. i. DECKER Beach
Insurance intended a Jensen
liatnin, adjournmmt& could not JACK MAkTIN MT. 1- I II should be; EACH :

Phone 19 P 0. Arcade 30 I delayed because Congressmen __ __ I DAY a major, pa.rt of Jlfe BW 936 Phone 27-W : n__ __ _
lad made reservations for the J ,until It'i Ended! Th Joy
:rip home and would be unable .- _
a get_'them_for. a__later_date____Lots, r Docks .CANDY I YOU GET a- lvin' thing., to .l i - -

---- n I 1- i Ihoitc you UTce. HOMEMADE '

f Waterfront Properties Seawalls By Box.or Pound and brings around us close tit to World God Auto Camp Groceries

i Boat HousesAll Pralines % aboye! And Frozen Food
Along the Incian, and St Lucle river and hobo Bound. I Mexican Cream h-t Modern CoUag" I
O':an rronmiK Types Of Warms Coconut ICuae m"I Too bad, \\'1th some, it does And Trailer PRODUCt
ti'urt r :: 'rlElt.rplrl
CGmlruclionIvan Butter, Crunch not I last ,- wit! Chri-!ltma. ,
I IMONT"
ICE CREAM:, -COUD RENTALS BY t>4 r.wel! OR
.
( qti, TaylorP. atMildred / kin ne>sll ralll! a and l I'e. I Jensen Beach I
1 %, ALL corvarltNcgsho : : ,
> Heath'sSWEETS THEN J Sit OWN, 1 is of t b''pactthe'r .
c, I o r I O. Bo:474PHONE : THOUGHTLESS BLAIR and BAKER I (tiurt "... Fw P.. Mi I
c, I
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104-J e OW Dl JaIo Hi.w.r ....
Z Rains Bld(. 4th. I NESS urparlaed! R'C \'C all fits PHONE 9131-J I
ci z _. been .
-- .told 'Ti NOT WGIFT e- -
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/ u____ .__ ."-Th' $I'IRT.( Thafs! ,- ,

:i Bay Tb Best I Get Miles .fWear I Ij hat tountait'a THAT which given you such.: lift your* I STUART r -- -
: :, /s fairly bounce! '
1
CEN IAL :j RECAPYOUR judge a man-and you're judged n SERVICES

,_ I 1 and action; no I lit' be careful what we do-Reward? t BUY
91 ELE RICAppllanees TIRES satisfaction! It'try!next ye1 -BEGINNIN' NOW' ,Kenneth Stunmell

n W64i wu' a rf-f ntm ta tl.WVes. .. to be more RKASOV>rLE! and prove to those vie meet. Phone 41.W 1
r .1- ,H R..e ..,ales) I :rrnhuw "GOOD WILL" Is NOT just SEASOXALl I
: Kitchen, Laandry, : I ::; .1 th..Ns .hkk :: : } }For CHRISTMAS'SEALS '
Cabinet and all small : work any kind of Service.Landscapinj. ?,

, 0I I appliances Radios. :! ii'A SON' I I ; Caretaktoi .

aI c I: MARTIN COUNTYELECTRIC Federal Service) HighwayThe Station! I I ( ;. General Repair, ,\ ,


Phone 75 1 i, etc:.
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1 1I I Snak-Kar. I, Rg e+; PITCHFORD'SCAMP 1 >- :DAVID SEDGWICK I COME IN FOR YOUR

I Stuart's Unique I wMoaws DURANJ I i favorite
I I HAPPYNEW :
'Nt w GLORY .
, record
i iI\ W.. serve at ;the ,I fOil IIJU. & loft RENT Tennis Court Construction'

i I on i Delicious a I 'LrPES. Pss"Ala Cottages and Boat tied or) Green Durito.. Couri '

.t ; ii Hamburg Hoi D WHOUSALt. .W UTAU. Permanent Asphaltic Courts RequestsFill.d
i Seafood
The,.',* just ,the last Re-Conditionin i
} YEAR Little Bait For Sale Tennit '
: Supplies The
I Open 11 A. M: to I II
JENSEN BEACHAT
: Beauty Shop JENSEN BEACH I RECORDSHOP
Federal
1 Mile So.
OD COUNTY
tie a. AKRON" AVK, PHONI > FLORIDAHAPPY I ,lyric Theatre Bldg. I IIe.
-- --- salDct-4-- __....
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l ( l I STUART FRANK HALEROOFING' /
I Uattngs of JmproTNj\ 'and TTnlinproved\ Fropertle/ r COOK'S PAINT CO. Fred A. Staf io.d.1 I CAMPBELL'SOranf
t Throughout Martin County SERVICE STATIONand I

I( PAINTSVARNISIIE3 RegisteredCivil i r. ACREEOZ2e RANCHES LUNCH ROOM stand
Squeeird
at
SeiraUi Point JtlTcr-U-RlTM rr.,., Engineer of our
TRAILER: PARK Fresh
Daily
and I Beer and Soft Print B...b. P And Roof Repairing NEW
,Jupiter W n4 Oeeal1-"-50111I' Estate! ftlttaC. r Wholesale
MUIIPHY'HJ.WIW I accountssoliclt.d
I Sandwiches, Soup, PiH .
r 1 WIUJAM1 Land Surveyor SI I So. Colorado Are.
Sl Mile So. ef Stuart on '..4Dod'ON1' Phone" 1 I
B. ARBOGAST I'ICIIH.IC1't Btnart} 8141 ,and Leave I
, .: Federal. Hi-Way He 1 Phone Ja I. Florida M.M CWriur .. I YEAR Fed. 'Highway No. I

! Real FAtale 'WAttIU1tON't. nOnaTlKl bRraJIM CULT GABOON t 0. Arcade F ft..Bel Fhooe ZOJ I 0 ....tsl) I and J....* Road
Stuart FI
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