The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00101
 Material Information
Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Only, Newspaper in the World Worlr.inlor tht.. Growth and Progress of Stuart an'd Martin Count \, !



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General Election Tuesday i

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MIAMI COACH I Artist Slated School Band Plans Concert 4 SEEK BOARD 1"

TO SPEM HERE As Woman s Series, Given $500 by City POSTS, 2 VIE :

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Wilt Address Kiwanis Club Speaker Uilus lor liu. mUHTls In lilt! hilI.; wluxil, 'buml 4iul Iwo l h>\ tin FOR JUDGESHIP !';j'j'f'

i liiJi|:' ,dHod u>tKt.rl iluli 'lot ninth MK City Cx>ininis>,i<> lUniuted! $">
quet for Tiger Grid- Parker T Simmons- ; artist and I' the !Mnait HUH! Aswuiution. W<'rr .iiiimuiivtj" at llu cximmtannsM.MIOII f' .

ders Tonight owner of the Sallllnh Lodge in ; nt the clly hull !lust niglit!! Tlx-v. jniiu.il. winter kind cumtrU 72 New Registrations Swell l'

Palm City. will be guest speaker will hv !given on Suiiiltv afUriHxiiis at :) on Jui 23, Kb. 0 and 2(1M ( .

Eddie Dunn line coach ot the at the December meeting of the 1 .irth 20 unit Apiil 3. l DimtorVtiidi' ,II I D. VUlen wild 1. The conctrtilub Total to 1,180 as Books t,

University of Miami football I Woman Club Wednesday after HiU prcttfde llic.vwilh. jxliiirmunivt, IXx:. 22 uiid Jan 12 .Kill Re-Clo. t '"

team will be guest speaker at'|'I noon at 2:30: at the club houM .ill tijuturtii ID IH. 411x1, ut llu' ( jvio Ooiilcr, I'
Mrs' Pezzoni, chairman of : Rapidly mounting Interest
I :
:rill : commlsslGrll&ceepted bids
the annual banquet by Stuart ; the department will be in The ; : : j
Kiwanis Club for the high school 1 charge ot the program. I for Insurance on the cltyi fleet i I leorga "Ization session calling I in the annual city general

football team at the Woman Mrs, Herbert A Sudhotl accompanied of vehicles and tOt painting the for paving: ot four blocks of election to fill two seats for l"two
I by Mrs Edna CauI two ball park fences Theodore street In Highlands Subdivision I ear terms 01 tie City '
Club at 7:30: tonight. Dunn will
|I De hon and Son' bid for $312 j
tant, will sing Silent Night. s Eurit reported 14 of the 22 Involved Commi ion and the Municipal
accompany! his remarks with "I;I 'Oh Christmas Tree and was approved ovei twc others property owners have I ,,

: I movie of a Miami U game thla I I Brahms :Lullaby l : The high for the insurance next year and Indicated Interest In the proposal l Judgehhip uiil reach a :,

'. tall school glee club under the direction I Stuart Paint Company will furnIsh whieh would be financed climax when balloting In '1< '

II l Preceding hU UiU.: Coaches Of Miss!! Louise Dtjamton I II 60 Ral ot paint at $196 a jointly bv them apd the city but held next Tueuday from 7 ,
/PKtro YaMana itandi in timer ofmidgi't will. slnn Christmas carols ZarkT gallon for the fences Supplementing eight have made "
conninp) \oik And retric\lng treaiun from sunken vessels John Golden and Joseph A McCoy no reply am to 7 p.m, at the Stuart -
will be
lubmarhM h* invented: 41 hi.. home il Mosley will be ,present to show painting job Mrs B D Fulton wan appointed \
Prof Piccard. of the I I of the Tigers will announce I application of a coating of Dutch : 1 Fire Station
A"Kustt explnrer stratusphcn illustrations of his work clerk for Tuesdays general
Lecco Ilal The craft h'l"i l If \_ m&1
) I Payment of Interest due Jan.
letter and numeral winners on Hostesses for the day arc Mrs Boy pure linseed oil of which 20 city ele-Uim replacing Mrs
\ 4 lid, 9 inchei .wide... was dosip'; '' 'I 1 It" ,, ', "nili. will aid In testing; the ci'ift the team this year, Captain of I Talmadge Wilson Mrs L E Ashley gal were ordered purchased Stanley Kitchlng and 2.000 copies I 1 on the city; bond! Indebtedness

the 1949 team also may be announced Mrs George Keith and Mrs from Bess Hardware Store for of the ne \ city traffic ordinance a matter of routine approval
Besides the players $61 40 City Manager L B Eurlt since the refunding action In
8 Saladino were ordered printed Announcement
CHAMBERS GETS' Allotted Health Unit Funds and coaches other guests of the was Instructed to solicit bids for I was made that a 90I 1942. suddenly has become ot \ I,

club will include Principal Erwin i iII I building one or two tennis courts by 200-it lot In Hlldabrad Subdivision principal point for: debate andInterest '. .j
P. Johnwlck and officials for theTigers' FACTUALaUIZ here this winter I\l Is to be deeded to the in this vote as a result I

POST Must Be Held Officials Say games Program Chairman ,! I Mrs W. R Leach, Mis John EI city for park purpose after of divided opinion on making the j
CHOOL I payment among the three board
H R Stefteyis said plans Taylor and Mrs George Conrad | $1200 ...orth of Improvements
being made to senre aboutpeflODI. appeared as a Stuart Garden holdover* and the four candidate
l are made on it, and Eurlt was
90 C GIVEN ROTARYPresident I Club committee to orr.r'lhll city Instructed to seek a price from for the two vacancies.

Board Accept Clarke'* Resignation !I I In answer to the oft-asked I "Here I II the best answer lean I A technicolor film entitled J a $1000 water fountain for bo.au- I the Sinclair Refining Company I Consequently official are freely "I
"Florida Wealth Waste! was lineation if the city I predicting a greater turnout of :
i question ot what wUl the County give your Question'I or II purposes I for Lots 2-411\ 47-Acre SubdlvlsI -
3 I
:Approve* the registered voters than I,
shown at the Kiwanis meeting would offer a suitable site tot Its granted
Commission do with the funds I "Where a county has a budget F Juhn I ion Jack Morgan was .
Ervtn occasioned by the Nov 23
Payment I last Friday noon Steffens announced erection and furnish the water at 702 East\ .
allotted for tht proposed coun- board and Coumy Commlsslon1 I a beer license for use
perfect score on a ZO-queslton It at when 641 ptr cent of those 't
I that the annual Installation I and power to light night I
I unit In this year's 1 Ave
health I Ii
ty Board would both have ,
they I II local and national l facts, quiz led and qualified cast ballots \
Arle Stuart
of officers will be ladles Commissioner .
(1 a
a '
Barley t, Chambers, after deciding against I I The commission will meet
budget/ to pass resolution and find al, i the field at the noon meeting of Registration books which were
to select
I Jan 6. The Eurit were named potential
induatt of \be Vnlverslty olftortda I establishing the unit this year, I need In some other place to use night program on Rotary at Chlsholm s yesterday. I and tomorrow I twice in special session next 'I reopened Nov 24 closed again
club had seven and 91 be
guests ballot box will
with 17 year* teaching The New Tuesday 'was Inform- I the funds levied and collected, I I cent attendance, per Second highest score was 191 to the Garden Club 'i I week. The last night with 72 registrations
11 30 meet-
experience wai officially employed led .iat thla fund will have to ) and leave It out of the ensuing I and Dr, C A Carrlel! 18 S ranked I Attorney M d Littmar was 1 prepared an and the a vote m can | added to the 1108 previously
be held Idle by the board and | budget, But, I Il third with tht average score ordered to draw a resolution for ling Monday qualified These additions bring
mathematics next I
vassed at meeting
new a noon
a* a not used for any other purpose 26 club members participating \ to 1180 the number whQ may '
l "Where there Is no county I among the presentation at the boards Dec: "
teacher at Martin County High Information In a letter 20TH 14.9. Lowest I Wednesday participate. Tuesday t J
This budget board, the commissioners STAMP being _._, .. ..
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School by the School Board In to The News by Robert L New would have to pass a resolution,' loore wa 8-14/15, 'i j --- -- The foursome who survived \ .i

Mtlon at the court bouaa Tuedy *- I man. executive secretary ot the, before being permitted to. assign ; I Every paper listed a correct I II primary campaign for the commission

nlitfc Chamber*, who li I ilnc Florida.. paralleled Taxpayers'that Association given by,l the, and funds that resolution levied and would collected IN 4 MONTHSHONORS i I answer Stuart for the City question Commissioners on how i iI I\Agent to Talk PARADE FLOAT Baker Include and K Incumbents Stlmmell and WR ,'.

from Tampa, wa* employed subIcct Sim I many Otto J. Matousek and Henry P
Arthur E. have to be the State
Commissioner approved by
and only one person :
to approval by the achool I yesterday, Sims ald he felt I Comptroller of Florida, I. there failed are to know ,the number of I I For Garden CITES FISHING Lyons In the first vote Matou
trustee. He succeeded on Dec | that while the expenditure was "It tt Is HARRIS Commissioners and who sek led the count followed by
appears, as you said County
resigntlon i Baker in
I 1C. Ernest Clarke whose rk Stlmmell Lyons and
blocked for a year the e rm : I wrong to levy, collect a tax for a this county s senator and representative I
effective Nov 24 wu accepted 1 that order
f ed $4 300 when and If, collecMdshould I specific purpose and then use In the State Legislature Club Monday '
by the board Tuesday I held Intact until the was : 1 Commanding lees Interest, : I II
be strength
I the funds for other purposes. The barrage of commemorative are Weakest J II tht wide
this fall especially because' of
night. Clarke came here the .
again consldei asking R S. Hill Directs Work for I
tram Melbourne but cited poor commission Us I I That might open the door to postage stamps being issued found In the questions margin between them last :.
health a* reason lot act., 1 I 1 unit idea when drawing films new affirmed further abuses and taxpayers this year by the V 8 Post Office the site "of the permanent and UN the I Miss Lucile Inscoc home; Jn. 4 Inaugural Donations month is the battle for the I,' ''
budget next summer 1 have enough abuse now without least to home in this country the I
The board voted to drop effective that I Department came at a onstration agent, will be judgeshlp between the incumbent ,
statement \
immediately the stipulation Newman* be spent for creating more. temporary halt today as the 20th annual salary of the Governor I guest speak a1\ the December Sought Harry Dyer and George Lee- ,

that t itudent must be in for the money to to I "They could hold the funds in a little more than four months of FloridaA I the Gaiden Club : man Dyei u seeking a fifth \ ,
resolution of
resulted meeting
a I II
of answers
be- another purpose came out at Eatonton: Oa, honoring wide variety I A fishing design emphasizing i term and is opposed for the first
Florida two week and defer establishment of the !
at least to be
that effect would have the I on Question 10 What Monday at 2:30.: Miss Inscoc '.
I Chandler Harris, facilities of candidatesnames
Joel the recreational time Although both
lor* enrolling here and retognated commission and unit until such time as It \Is desired : :
have personally l
the Citizen Bank ot passed by the approved by the or explain, why It changed famous story-teller event in the news the closest you dur- I subject will be Chrlstma' Decorations I Martin County as submitted byRolxrt appeared, on the primary f I'
turn be followed ." member is abked 5-J
in This issue Is the only one Each I II ticket with Dyei 1 Raining a
for its mind and that might be -
Stuart enlightening '
a* 1U desposltory I Predominant answers 8 Hill was accepted by
Florida Comptroller slated for this month and. climaxes intt' 1948'' : to bring a potted plant toi the edge decision was delayed for
DaymentMovember I
1M>. It also anoroved
stated: U -Russian I the volunteer citizens committee
to Newman k letter a series of Issues withoutprecedent i were Christmas gift exchange Hostesscs lacc) of more candidate: until
01 bill* amounting In number and subJect uation and sports with four I are (Mrs A A Lawlon) lor tht float to represent the this timeUTILITY 1i,11.,

13.117.12, paying of teacher in thU nations history I members falling to list any item I chairman: I Mrs Evans Crary county In Governor-elect Fuller 1 __ --_ Ii.
_lartei for December on Dee BUDGET I Club to Give The clubs average waf more and Mist,
CHURCH However, at least two more are Mrs NorrCosjaboom
of :I Warren Inaugural at Tallahassee -
Instead of the last day that ol Kl-
on scheduled early in 194ft although than 1 point above Cella Aty ood. Exhibits will be 1 \
Uw month and payment "when exact date, are not yet known wanls when it was given the still-life arrangement and Poinsettia Jan 4 | TAX '
fund are available" on the gen- Cantata Here Supplies of the Harris \Issue are same quiz Oct 22 and no per specimens Guests arr Meeting In attorney David M
(lit building and bus fund note TO BE AIRED ; expected in the Stuart Post fect scores resulted The qute Invited for a fee ot 35 cents Marshall office last Thursday 'I !

ud Interest The general fund I I Office later this week At present was conducted by E A Mennlngger The executive board of the afternoon with 18 attending the l NETS $ ,354

not* currently amounts $35,- Next Week only the Lincoln at Gettysburg Jr, and the club had 14 Garden Club will meet tomorrow Hill to dlI I !
W and the other to $3200, It HELD commemorative Is on hand guest at 11 am at the home of Mrs appointed
ws announced. The teacher SERVICED recent Issues 305 South Atlanta reel the floats erection The I
stocks of all other John E Taylor The citys 10-per cent utility :,
I III' amount to $17.86180. Also I TO f' AnRESCIIII. ; with Mrs WlllafordR tommlttee also accepted recommendation
be being depleted INDEX Ave %
The first program ever to of its financial body I I tax started its third yeai of operation '
approved for payment are $6I I covered-dish offered by a glee club at Martin To accommodate users of air ... sC Leach as co-hostess this month with the best
15UO worth of bond and coupon I A congregational the mail the U, 8 Post Office Department _." A....' ------ that the work be financed by doiiatkmr last i
to discuss and adopt County High School will be a scale 'I balance on hand since January I
due Jan 1, 1949 I supper at the will Issue 4-cent air C..4.. AT EROSION COVFAB: on a Manager I
will' be held Christmas cantata in the high 1.4110.1. According to City t
budget\ with 15 maximum' set for donalions -
The board decided against new Jan _. O D a
i Church at 6:30: > P.m, school auditorium at 6 pjn next mall postal cards starting H___ .4H IIH County Commissioners I L B Eurt s office the balance ; ;:,
one or group
w.n. by
trying lo put muilQ\ ; teacher Miss Presbyterian. Dr C A. Carrlel will Thursday. Admission will be 10, 1949 The .new card will bit D..U.. U Qulnllvan and Arthui Sim, attended ft felt any Interest person in helping stood at $3.309 06 ar of Dec, i
Louke acountywlde tomorrow size .... 7 of the was
work.on card session
Deariton'* An- will be of the regular postal 104. Dr"' a two'day
Christian free but sliver offering 1
The a aoM. this work to succeed could
on .... .
scale this year and speak.t the U a.m. Rrvlce atnew taken to start a fund for purchasing with the new 4-cent stamp arranged J....... N... American Shore and Beach Preservation I be engendered by this approach I The tax netted U5414 durIng ,
ban wer" the ..... 17 and the ,.J
ordered an unconditional; robes for the club horizontally In upper 0. .. Association November somewhat beloW" I
Morrison apvnred Strvtce. red creamcolored ..... IIS. al We MJflM Mrs. M.J be printed on a S. Association: this fund
and the new club formed and directed by Miss expenditures from
II which Includes O rover King,
building .t p.m. ...... If. II. US I
\ to complain about Items Louise Deariton new music card ,.... '4, .. Monday and Tuesday I chairman C B Arbogast J, also were comparatively 10W.t''
Appearing at the high school I: na: n a :: dc n' dr:; teacher at the school The cantata Collectors desiring first daycancellations' I Herbert Bruner and David B' 154138 This left a net gain ot ; t I

ud was assured the board$ cup- favorable comment belnl Is entitled '"Chllde Jesus"and may submit an AID FOR SAFER DRIVING Irons JrAgenda $82678, third highest in 1948, ,'J
Port to try to stem this altuatlon. 'able by the organ concert In was written by Joseph WClakey der to the Postmaster, or'j for the InaugurationIncludes and brought the balance above {

--- aroused the evening. The organ pro- and Hazel: Kirk Supplementing ton.J3. D C for not mor Indicating an address by retiring the 13000 markCHRISTMAS 'd
wU presented by oen.PeraDO it will be a pantomime five postal cards, plainly Governor Caldwell at noon Inaugural ,
and address
Iram of Slatlon WQAM, MIamI. acted out by Junior high school the full name address by Warren PROGRAM
Th new
THE TIDES throulh the courtesy ofWI1l1am students under the direction ot card wUl for not each be card enclosed urtad-I .i bout 2pm,. barbecue at 3. parade SET FOR P.T MEET :;
A. Oaab of the Morlan Miss Pearl R O'Neal. from 8-10 pm. and a reception
.....-..- company In Miami from The glee club includes: sopranos dressed in outside wrappersI be available I at the capitol starting f
Plane I These new cards will The Stuart peT will present
WII aecured Fae Cole, Angelina 10 The committee In
IIc\ ... low ....... s- L..10 whence the orlan Included -Norma Madiera, at post offices throughout, al pm for'the a Chrlstma musical program at
=: =2 "T ;::"=:I Hli four.PJrt prorram comor Constance, Duane the country starting Jan 11, charge of arrangement Florida its monthly\ meeting Tuesday at ,
many Diamond has warned
... numben by U Cecil Lee Moore Mary thereafter a* distribution Inauguration Center at I .m. There I ,
a I' .1...... I. If 1949, or .soon the Civic p
..... .. .1.._ ... .... cIIMb : :: :1:: : i Joyce Edenfleld. Ola Ricardo, will permit, businessmen IOcalled'official against buying will be a candlelight procession
w, I Satlerthwaite, Emily I Row- advertising in
.k.1:1I. Installation of ft fourth neighborhood I by the 5th and 4th grade chorus
: : BaCh. "Le Soucou. ell and Paulln Dowltng, altos- programs for the ceremony
by mall collection box In I and the high school glee club
DacquS from JYor..k' Anne Leach, Sara There will be a program printed ,.
"Urgo" Colloid.
June the city I II announced here The l will sing Christmas carols Interspersed
1: I it I: trt :' :< = "New World Symphony; "SolveIl" Roberts, Evelyn Terry, Jean box wa* Installed this week at by the committee and distributed I with dramatic and Biblical
Sill the "Peer oyntSuite" Adair Uahan, Olnger free, but tt will not have
.... : SonI" from Beacham, Schools Sts readings Accompanying'
II .*t H4TUf "'" Salllp.roles" East: 4th and High In tt General
i 1141 by Cine" "Ch..n .. Jamison, Velma Savage, Betty southwest corner to serve any advertising the glee club wQt be a trio, Miss\
u tb*
: : ; Ii'. ..e. on said. The
by Techalkowak1, Knickerbocker and Emily Morrison eastward to StLucte Chairman Sara Rollins at the piano, Wen.
::::: :: : : ::t ': ::: tlYai March In & FI" Major" by"aulke. : tenors-Paul Mlspel, Wayne that area Estates: and, It was explained committee has rec e lved word dell Water, cello, and Mr*. Er

.. "MeCUlatlon'" fro m"Thall" Wells. Richard Brooks, William .... I that several various cities have win F Johnwlck. violin

THE by N..net, "...verle"by Leach. Kenneth Fulton Robert l STEEL MAN IS'HERE been soliciting advertising to go Mr*.Arthur H. Fowler ha reported

WEATHER veLbler, "cantlQue Nuptial"ob1 Earth and Jam Hutchlnson, TRIP into an 'official Inaugurationbooklet" that the membership goal

Puboll, "Toecata In D Minor"by basses...Bernard Johnson,John ON TACATION for Nov.30, ha*.been met.
byu Thursday's session,
"IJebelW'aum" Knickerbocker, Attending
Oadd, George
", -_-.. .. Mallly Nlllht" by'pa1maren Bert Clement. Fred Bchrock and V: H Dietertch, vice-president her were Harry F Dyer, Arthur *'
;'tW .II t. "MaJ Bon, A.s WOMAN CHANTED: fl
.. C MInor"b of Joseph T. Ryerson M, .
II. .
v. ChorUiIn KraftrERTttlZER
.. i, :::... C;: and ''Orand Herbert Inc. Chicago\ ,, largest steel warehousing : I : tjJ.nJI: I :r. John Ada J. Peck ot Stuart wai
1--..... ........ with Inadequate\ Mar, viiuon
. Rocen.At of driving ot S7M In cir
....- ae"leI the CONSUMPTION firm In the world, ls at Eliminating the donget W Moore. HIU, E. F Johnwlck, granted a verdict
the ..fternoon b, the Ref.J..me bureau of the the Edge water with Mr.*. Diet- t full bed rear wimlow is featured! in one ot the new convertibles. Mrs. Drew W King, Jr. Irons, cuit court at Fort Pierce jester-
sermon wu now..rd on "00 and The inspection of Agriculture erlch for a two-week* vacation This .afety feature la made possible by folding glius. Formed ol a I County Commissioners O, DQulnllvan day In her suit for,$10.000 damages

v Ii ",,M. Carnel w.. preltnted ,State Department 4S71 ton of mixed fertile They are friend* of Mr and Mr*. I II speck! plate glasvplastlc Sandwich, the glut folds like on accordion I and Arthur C.: Sims, against\ Walter Kitchlng otIndrto
Dr. report .at ot auto
Tell the \\ley.: to thl edifice.A and. and n toN consumed of fertilizer in director Andy Anderson of the American.Dietertch Institute is a on three-qimrtar' Inch pluntic joint connection, when"the (op ,King Whltkar, Toley and Engebretsen Marshall Curtis accident, growing July an

of paren'" sunjCnlllllllHld were I
leetlnl materials ..if.I'ered..
Steel Construction '
pt .
during October ,
County ,
4'' Martin

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+ + :. two 'J1tE stCA.RT !r'EWS. S1'CART: arARfIf! cot'NTf, noRmA,, THURSDAY, DEC 1941 .

!' I h:>, ...II..H. And ,'I" .ir<' hi\ our, rENTi411tIASTIC CHAMPION 14 TYPES OF CIVIL FIVE ATTEND AREA West Oeorg MTashlngton
'I Hospital Patients Kept Busy CHAMBER MEETING I Palm Beach
f i r I lot I 01 I lUll +", thus.. ""IIII l|( |SERVICE JOBS bPEN I night The dinner

UvJCtiH1! I(sail 'c'' + '' \l III rh George Hlronlmiu, Price. : which eight *
'''iit'' |+i Chambers !
h Christmas Presents I txamll.tI't; 14 typed ot ,. tt B. Kraft John TJMennlnger I Beach to Boynton
| ,1 Making 1ieMW\ this wink twlllUlllo french" Hjj.1
gain I
j j ,1 I, ; CIvU Serrtee )Jobs were ,nnounered and Edward'Mapprepresented represented was
V: (Mr' >Ulie1fiII riiii.Pt'" tluHmtiUiiij
I j o |. \ this week by the U 8. CivIl the Martin County I setting up of tatlo
i alxiv 'basalt
kits rtjIb
\ '' :
prmmit at an
: Service Commission. AppUca Chamber of Commerce I tn tach
J I I': "\ I I B; DAVID G. BAREITHERThotWundj ..111"1 I nstnittors tlu-\' are! able. :cups TV dmtnii. tiill It type hart area chamber meeting at the ''Cham '

", ,I \f1'!p' ,\f Sw"i/ Writ 'I"" ulalc (gifts, bv Howl that', "ltl'\I\ tbnnps-a} lieulinj!; In) work ,ailing deadlines as follow: ; :

of j In ,IHdknw { Contract officer, next Tuesday -
pitimb *- !
I onfife s Ul'l1etjIhl1l1 mt'104.1C1I1I storekeeper junior profes.afonalawelatant -
the work1f'I
/ I munv ms )(
I i PACt 7 'rules' l.l1I..1"oI11I. eaadher ksaliI ) .jjnoruifw.'twtd rtiW| his. 1t'Y111'11{| mn! tliviTiion. and m, junior manage- SALES ,1.1.1.;
I r throughout, / 'the art and It ment assistant,, junior agricultural -
iinuitry Jlion
EL hi I Then Ant' tooling stitching H Ips to tit the pillfciit A: I R inn
assistant/ and treasury en ,! I gas
: wry toduy,tnuktng'(3atahnia; gilts" K..illirt. w iller* unit purvs, fakh (tor. tit\II lofl.I Such r'hnbtltdtinn I x ap s forcement agent, Dec Ill; gen "I
Aha ''' 13 a $Iaat I if fumU in "man cam-it",, aping thilxruta, ikxdc( (11\'t'I'II, "lus lung] been .x.vtwful' [ nosing!! I T j eral daft nurse P-l and head< SER IC Part

: i<".ai1fl! nf UK.ir ilwdk'l1l. "'p ix'iiM'y hammering Jvtr coshmUi! jewelry ,,,11M t e) Idiml. and! ill large 't't''I'II\a',\ : nurM.P-2 Dec. 29.: student aid \
span\ { lid- J taaptMls" U. (i. IK!bil)| extended I (trainee). Feb. 1,1 4$. Positions ARNOLD
Palm \lil'l1l\ ) ire! f finding with the gold!. t H ii>1 i, mddiig. !( toys and 1' molding. I ir* d My l among, all tvprt of h-m I of topographic engineering aid BABER
._ ... 8P-S through 8P-8, may be ap
With -" '- H H' --- ------- -- [)(rtaiy' ,)mid'pt'nnnJl(1t, luvulidj, ,
t need o.( the St.'Lucie BoevardAJITHONJT'S
until the
,te plied for one 14Tt1f
facillislbly iiu) lIf i the tact tnknllnz rxtfiiiMnis !
J f'' lain titans} itulilevcxl. :.) I in the I II. service Further are Information met of these

... > r" -" \ Delicious uilim'tii I. nl( tiiberxiiIiHif-e! ; iln" positions may be secured irons =--
t I f .1.1I' Get A v'-iw .that rCeiiiiun king {krkxli of Mrs. Gertrude Mlnnehau at the

:l q JANE PARKE 'iwiviwcl\ '. rise Since! ciHnjmlsory j Stuart Post Office
l hiftiK' con l.rll11.hollt' \ .. "' Hi II\t\ ill '
,, FRUIT CA E "invtilulnipulitls a Uwof '' '
f I: ( IravlnjJ+ A //taIlllt..ittni- the eras IN JENSEN BEACH AREA

i'\ Ilh tb Cake j $12! alimi of 1 new luti'rf-.ts. sassing tu here
John O Leslie, who came
3 Cake /. Iainddr. pitii'Mls IK'COIIHI highly-1. Little Patrick" Mi-jcr;} 0 j months .old teems elated over' inning Bloomfield,
0 1 3 |Ib $24! three years ago from
i : O I I fupmtaltI ttimen }.Ii.. Chiragu In finals of t baby mnlest sponsored! by N. J_ and Liked It so well he has
;. ,1 5 tb Cake / $38! I A big [prtiptrtKin of the''fiinduI ASitETlaaextliary, She i is I t the daughter of Mr, and MriT 0t ur,, made It his permanent residence,

I. \1 f, '"I-| when .VHU lacy the OrMm".j} Moer) Cliktfga. tAP Photo). announced this week the opening -
f'I 'i ere a.o Luc a e.cuc n ca !sails 'If the National TulxiTuI'M'Aviinliifmii of.Crossroads Hill Subdivision -

f't I 'j : 0 TESL I u sated fur Iud "iwnrkHI "' Farmers PI an'es easo h'acf to 1 The In Jensen subdivision; Beach., a plat of M. H.

1t. See Vur Assortment of .Box"CH lilting! CD victim tu ester the I I which has received County Com

j J,I I Ideal For Christmas Gifts "muck" ) "it weak a al.t\. Offset Weather; Electricity Helps : mission approval, U located at COFFEEMi.i pound
i AU ultl'l't'lllinI''l1l'k'! of how\, the junction of Road AlA and -
t t } Ann Page V- Pure Delightful ,tills, n slow ,is ulUird lv the wmk. Br IRA MILLER different piece, of eleArlcal! (quip, the Bewail Point Road on the Wisconsin
Imp ..U Tnulcau" S\nat : I' PINEAPSLE PRESERVES31'/ I 'man 1 L,tin. V.. V. whfch wa tlw era of 1000 to apse watta which' keep 1}-acre area has been' divided\ PEAS 2 ._ LSC
: i Planning ahead I r. one of th. vir. the entire curious of the stock. tank into vartoua-elzed Iota and road: cane
taut InUUntkm ,
I, of f its kind I In \rner l tare ot that who 1111 the soil. Thst'swhy Ice heel; 100-watt d-len which float have been completed through it
I i4merican or i t Sliced k.t. I ll lea\ .ill iiutnutiini have iiern I In the country all motet' OB the water and keep a drinking
built to State RoadDepartment
: : 'skttednssl/ the patifiit !lnNlp.I ., vastly In! the with midit Plant of for today taro. farm weather tie*.. electrically bole :open, and heated. a recently drinking 1 developed cup. Alto according specifications, The DLit o U l box . ..-.. ....._ 33
II"! CHEESE / 26C I omnifont, who" cxliiliit tukiitsHI trlAcatlra art it anew U 4lOleult to oo use: market It a poultry waterwarmer i I center drive 1s 24-ft,, wide. Let'
j I r iltMnnnsliip"' md (eiciliigwilih | recall,, whoa an ax ,an* a kettl* of of th* Immerllon type which lie has built his residence on one Maine
., ''" fti .. will keep, drinking troughs open lot' and now is starting Ides of
n ( ne
an to
:1'{ Mac -
I : Ann Page %oni or ram ; :' \throughout the winter All suck recommended POTATOES I.
the remainder. Certain build
l I ; ,:I them! Ixwrd und mwln.il eJtniiisw r water warmert. are ther.moitaUcally '
1 Inc log restrictions will be observed
I controlled economical
) SPAGHETTI 2 I I 'hy mrling ixxt[ time nu tw nI to operate.Prenure ancj tJ1 the subdivision for the mutnal
8.oz. Pkg .. I lillitihn" pr<'iwt) dirrxtcd' I I.1. Jlv) water system (o along benefit of all concerned, he said Loin EndPORK
j \. Mi1OIM\ \ )fnnflwi 1.1.., "WNi With these electrical barnyard hel,. ....- -
1 Ann Page A & P 1 KM FRESH t u d l sued| WHIP remain n full a ere-.nIl they continue going aloof RO pound tU
all winter. For pips tae be kept

.I j TOMATO Fruits a Vegetables 1 lame rho. mvtruttiH-s qu i (. from lxd wrapped armuid er attached U pips'i
H" t< thiiiK loriijjri Ii4ii II" I'II" \ nc
SOUP |{ with rdlnar* friction \ape. Pipe
j ''f Have a I ,">l hunting/ lettering and illnml! and cable then are. covered with In* PCEMIUM? pound
omplete Ajaortment 'of Glazed ulattoo. and a thermoetat located at
'I..tint'11I.1IlITIII"g/ (' young? artists
i 3 cans 27c Fruit FO$' Your Fruit Cake in <'\1'1'1i.ld aid! even i khmvlng \h. coldert spot oo the exposed line V, MI-AHNUALLV Heavy, West" .
.lo the building
ilea i \ IK.\.10 kiut' In the Many new developmenta have take.
post yearui
,d I d Deiierju tll a; to link) amljiiliilory| ]patients I' plan in milk- "house heaUng Aa e MONTHLY,..ITS CAClEpANO.SAVES CHDCKJIOASTWUconsin ound _... .. 59
A &: P I result torn dairymen! now are heatIng YOU MONEY *
PlS C id mint (than KK) brat patient'' I II their milk houtee with email hot j
i'I"i UnsweetenedPINEAPPLE 2 pounda 9 : :I Trttdt',m wore imtnMtrtl! in 141infts IILAT I-KOM SINGLE INFRA.IIED! water radlatora connected. to atand t5 a r aiajr y"
era dairy water heatert. A few are -
el | t.4MI'.pt milk bout eablnellenpot.I.
t even wing! their milk rooter" tom.preeron CHEE 51c
t : Ihi Htwkshnp. al t TriHlftiu! Inin : abet freealng.boiUnf aa heat pumpa Other more { tl pound .
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JUICE' P :\('(l f fan II tryout Mild explnratMiK/ J water were! the only winter conventional. larmera, however, sro c -
OES 29 ,ill" skllli. and alulitics. default. weapona available to the continuing to warm milk room work
training ini average tarns He mid" the a* I* araaa with electric apace 'beaten or
'.f.i No. 2 can 17c 3lba. i ris and crafts and", In development I chop hula In the pock. tank k* and. through the use of bank of heat Anjftony's Economy Mamt t t
I fit mask tolerunte, under" meditulpr Uw hot water te thaw out tb. pump ..m.. .... '
f; Emp r : and frozen chicken: trough There Electric ventilation tyatema, alit'" 300 S The skill
: < scaiptlan. medical no need for ouch heroi mesas are. 'numbered among the moden i-. 111' I
I I + Ann P.l'eH' CR ES ?7C i calls I tlw worluduip a npcranry insttnmwit today on mOil larma fciee) and.lettrte farmer winter .11_' Their ute t UR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE
2 pounds in rrrfltmmrrmxtumalh i: power an taking the saNout prevents moisture. front accumulatingon 1af
barns and 1 GROCERY AND
i at Old Maim Winter. the wall ot poultry
spiritually. creatively phynicaj' _
\ fcirmer aback watering wr. bouts nil tudden temperature
Creep I'll'I und vncutHinullv. r\r: being taken car* of by three I change and eUrptnalea dratta. M Ity

CI' 'j li.. kddifHui nulvinc the. Chrfctmu :: ._- --" .---- /
14-oz. hot I9c CARROTS Cj 2 bunches 19 gift pmlilcm. for hard-/prrfdwdpatfcnti I -

: this worUhnp 7 contnlHitent The Unsocial SocialistReprinted
I t tin
I Ire o.e Adinmcluk taufhmun'tShow :
: j''t ;+ Ann Page I st.ijipj) at $Sjrumc Laic truly ( from Tax Outlook) OFl '' +, d KIN EDS u

Tender Cooked OTA OES 39C ;AII II>t. This is u miw itiire! world; Td KEEP.
,10 ,lb.. i fair on (hand work( tunii-d seat by GEORGE: BERNARD SHAW who celebrated 'his 92nd birthday Green eFa

t I'' : Ii with Tomato Sauce WALNU Tb 39c !(he many $ai itoig. Jn\ that urea on July 28 ls one of the world oldest living socialists. His /EYOUf'* CABS E 1

II and Pork bag imhiding< lriid / \ MIXED N S tb bag 39c, MtiMirUl, llnykrcxiw State, SanatorHiiB forerunners ol the British Law, Labor Party now in power. But HAVE A FEELING Fresh

tI'J BEANS ALMONDS tb bag 49c ( Tiippt-i Lake \iterantIMpilal nonetheless& Shaw, has always been ready to build. Up. his ownbank
,: and account. 9Ct
} urilMlJ CUCBIilS
Lb. Can ]OC BRAZIL N S tb bag 39c I ( ,uid 1 rest t Imines. private! One classic story concern the unsuccessful efforts of Sam .

1 1I' I PFtANS 14-oz, bag 29c I Ooldwyn to get permission to turn a {Shaw play Into a movie t A ilViui 1 Yelloa I
J' Ooldwyn- argued hard that his studio would show. all possible

,i Talco & P's I respect for the author' artistic Integrity But negotiations ended DNMNS 14.FINE' .
f lab" OJISSIFORLDStAt: when G B, 3 blandly remarked to the rich movie man", : The 3lba., _
: Laying SUPER R HT MEATS S trouble' Ooldwyn, is that you're only Interested in art--and It Fruits
i I am only Interested lo money"What t rorren
f I Mash I brings this to mind Is the recent effort of Maurice s V etables Chickens

I'', :; 25-lb. bag P" 'RK'CH ( a \ Evans to get Shaw to participate in. transatlantic radio broad t Tomato f
I e c ou r
PS Ib67C cast. Evans' production of Sh.. "Man and$uperma1\" has

t tI I $1.1 broken the long-run record for Shaw plays In New,York (yielding& JUICE L9C MARNI TIDE 19c F

J A 100-lb. b Loin End ( lb. Ay,,) Shaw nice royalty checks). Evans Idea was that the radio broad. small... 1.1k.. .' .
\ cast would be good publicity tot the plays tour. ARMOUR'S CORNEA i
tI $4,51 PORK ROWf tb43C But Shaw bad other Ideas. He wrote to Evans /This Is in
i '
I ; reply to your idiotic letter .i will have nothing to do with the BEEF can 45f '

I /scheme You Imagine It will be of "inestimable value to the box .

Talc Super Righ) I office: What nonsense! ,You are playing to capacity: what Fox* Apple sae worn
I ) Scr ch The official\ lulled NaUoni Seal, j I I more do you want? As for me, Superman Is ruining me. Under '
I I I i: CHUCK ROAaT Ib65c approved. by the General AswmIv this year's capital levy I have to pay the Exchequer f 147 for every JELLY 1C CO E 51

; Fed In 194, represents a asp of 'I tim you send me. .Fat from wanting to,boost the play I am tabr and
: Fresh Ground the world, as seen tram the North longing for it to flop before I am quite penniless Sweet M
i 251 bag Pole, .n..ad ky alive Its hard to believe that thLJ Is Bernard Shaw talking, Could
::1I ,
\I: branehra. Centered pa the Green.wish ; It be that within his noble socialist bosom the black OLEO P S 251
J; a 01 BEEF \ 49C Meridian It extend .. tt brats!! heartof round 2 tau-.. t
tb detrees. latitude South. The map r an old, predatory, capitalist? .
ning'a Bread and Butter
I \ Is inwribed In .. N
I 100 bag told a Held of
I Square Cut Should amok 41C
'VI *-blue. Water areas are ILK

'" I' white The seal, ... emblem Is SERVING PICKLES ,ld.oz. ,, ... 2 3tal1cans:..
: t, LAMB ROAST A59A also featured In the United Nation MARTIN COUNTY
gag, etched in white la HOMESTEAD
'I I the center .f a smoke-blue geld: WITH A
t : f A a P's Own end'r Smoked, 8Ib 181 1ft Avg, :. TOMATOES 251

., coloredTLEY Whole or Half V 4 C I ;)aii 4>>>>i:1)-4); ; Complete Dairy Line cans

i! ,; :d HAMS round Deliveries In J n LUX FLAKES, 1 large small..39c Now.lowerPflad
I.I I.I I. Beach calm. is, t t

,J'i 0 omargarme Sunnyfeld I ONLY 131 s \ Thursdays and turdays.'r Breeze, pkg. 31c, Swan a p, 3 sm 25c e mLifebuoy
s t
I b. 28c
1.y "1. a
1 v y, 1 sae Wilton's 'Mor' Shopping Days M
I d / SAP, bar lOc PORK, can .4 orre 'a Pr td. awns (i
i i11' HOMOGENI't
: ;
I I a oeye Vrg Sig. IMorto. House eOAP i r Till Christmas VITAMIN ILK BACON 59C HEN 63UT

+ 2 bars 33c BEEF w/gra ,..2 ft I Ii sand.-_
y ; Reg. Siae IPeter Pan Peanut >>azaa2a )a>>IJ
I ; :' \ SOAP, bar .. 9c 1 Butter,12-oz. jr 35cIri |CREAM '. CHUCK AST lbw 57{
11'I I
i I IH Lava, g.,. Si.. Stahlmeyer Sauer k t Center Cut Cut
t SOAP bar ..... ... 9c FRANKS, jar.3 r I PORK cwo O5C CII 4.gc hp.vn4
EGGS PORK pound ,
H .t'' : $ Personal Bright Sail MOSS PLETERETA

1 I tr'11j l i IVORY 2 bars .15c BLEACH, qt.. .. l'Icd D HOLESALEIN M OUR TRUCKS ,

'. .''Ii b FA iIE GROCER ::1 t I lI lIs

; 'f d :f ,t; d 417 TH KflCHOBtEROAD AIM HES M ORES' DAIRY : I

;HONE 1.3831 P. 00 ox 1012 St Fla.

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FOR SALE111I1111I111I11111111I11I11I11I11111111111111111I 1111111I1111111111111I11I11I11I11111111111I11I1 FOR, RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmmiimiiMiiii( I AP Lt s ENTERTAINING VETS ___LEGAL: ADVERriSEMENT --
I l l l l l l l l l l ( Crossword Puzzle LIOAU ADV KTlalMENT tIN
i [ V1LALWIV ,.. .. NOTICE
t OACAACRoa N? 1k') I. b.raq IfcM Uutt Os.).
TO elves
CABIN BOAT; RENT for the till rue COUNTY J 100." COURT 0' ,
[ W"b lltr season I.M' D .,'1 I t5urdtteu at tin HUM rtot.il
l math motor, flih chain> either April or May 1: Two r.: That J'( abbe. P 1 O R E li T E S E will of' r.r. u-Is and will / .f ** MARTIN COUPS Y. aTATL OF
fish bedroom L AutomoblN ISDsowry A M E S R B A P S rnpd.. ', oIA. le Talbh..r, dl fd., FlIDA
boa houss M I n'AIID TMKJTICE
trlUtl'll, Telephone 4. Bro|, L ''q Amarbaa' : .o 6 I'rl, A M. Jos"aw 41k IN 'r.TIC ,
Stuart 210. era protected Dr. L, R. Brown iod4n. IsoaMIN ( A V tlt T I lk R till r lw II MARtIN OUUlJnr j7/u Jensen Beach 38/1 L .Ware IT. :!brat. .uding [ T O N D O D O A I'D' fc ,.roll wNI.r. i 8=1.11. f1EN! I.
FOR SALE I ___ __ "... Lrlo I" V ,, 1o. UlrtMrt of thjw', I
: 1MhLCIrl.Blcy.tla ROC COMET S E E TO llE lTOlISAll" _
? tL ...I.loG ... W l Ir.nR Kuilt. .( A..I1.. ,
S ie PER WORD ORDDf- .dt M In. Girls Bicycle APT FOR SONI! U"lne"'m' U. laluor: 49. N.rratd ERA O L 0 A 6 0 P A R. 1'.w .Mp 1. o.d. R. 1. F,.,' t drr.,,od. r h.tca. 15,1' .of, notliUl Raawtii i

MINIMUM Mo FOR 17 Mr. J. W Berry, 305 W, 3r. S bedroorI(/dinette and electric 1. Crbr_.. YLet Jhla'WnhI near D A W E t R I B E L The blden r, W .r lb. ..d....... d t. ill A.,, ...,... ar dr.mlmd. .

pf' M PER WORD CAPIM :; I kitchen Ml I|On the water Phone : Ftr.t news. it Bp.ed.h tot.', D R O N E C E D A Reaaan 1+r.Ir oflb. J rid when ..haII .....r. .n Y Ih.,they 01 .A r of Mvs tlto aa u..InMa'W ...

p1nariUM FOR 11 FOB SALE: 19.1 Century D. j J 3tf ..-a l CM Ian"rr wat.r.soW" R A T R I U T i M t >nf"I tv t Nn.d 1a.. a,5 ),, Jdne. of run, ('ou, 'WldO, Is lhnounboas.

b Luxe: Vtulty G.a y 101 just FOR RE!
iimiiHiiiTMENTS I I I t b r o k e a ill, n.S complete complexly I furnished Includ Hr JP : :;::= 6 1 V [ I T [ R E N D fxY TMm M / .e be E' .00. 10.INi .bnrh.he.lnl.II,. rublloa.......4. .$o'.W 01.1ft, wrltine antler' ,
with is i A L ro' U.e Irbf reirt and all
6 ,
( y
cover Uk. nw. Stuart ing two edroolns M E T A "$ .4 nut d./ tM '.. of rood_..
living room, II. n't Orlnke 1. lIu.l& .MtL
rra4v .
.d ......
FOR RENT Marine Yo.1 U .ddn dehe .1.
Service, Stuart Fla. kitchen I : bL dF III baoF.a or ha e Wnud al
dinette and 51,150111 ..
.EIr.tiu Y.M- Its $olution of y..terday's Puulo1L Iwo'., l.n at lb. a of sOds I 'iri: 1 'y tb. eishaant,
iiiMiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiini1ally/ I I I I Dee._t, I, II screened porch acres front N, Orbit Nlll.4 1 .M 4 11551,0.0, Yb oa.al. 5, nee.e. K wIY "
HOTPOINT $7MVMifor season Edward II. loosens ea Dtnooleead M DOWN a Tint nut bhrema Thb .Y.' day"'h o law.
'cbs I. at uv.ab.r. A. P.
10. AlooII. rllsl d.r.y 1, Snoetsla u. ( R. dad {
APARTMENT SIZE RANGESIIALL'S !\Iapp ealtorl P. O. Arcade /. JubllanCL lunar In Palaad dacha Chae.e r'Lw awrd at bd., foN
I lei II. JI1tRNf.'H,
I $16991 Build Sllle d Fo..rYelL Do. n, e, )e. 11, 0' A. ..
h.- t 1100 I.te: ,
ELECTRIC l 1.1 f4 {o 9 I 1VJ / Heroin. 1 I alt ,1,00 .t'S.h. _.....
Port Off.ict Arcade room apart- 18 I I+dnd mauuroL -.: ADS'e T OneAtar.s ,

Phone 13 me [ by month or season All p'luhed cis IN COUNTY JUDO U.T, IN AND Ii "i;. .e AdmbbVotat f
p. .
9r .
eler I Isla'
Newlydecorated. Fall
Inj' 5
NOT. t.'Et" MAR'isa:: '
Gr Apartments 431 Coconut ((6 V" [I Iffll t ---
SALE: NOTHING lE Phlllpplet.rmlt. ,' '1'11111.' .AL' TICE
DOWN 0.. 36/4p / to.TATIC; 0P' Nl1G) I.A "At I --- .--
AND $11.to month_"RIO ST. [ ftJ Tour. aalenesIL WILLODUI100.
LUCIE- on the old No. 1 road FOR RFNTl Newly decorated 1 Rlbac.l ludp ,AIM h...... .. If 'if I IMILIoeGHUY I IN THE: CIS IT C CRT. IN AND roc II
.1 .1J 70. auminantRllmaa MARTIN. I .
Ie _1 1ii
Jensen Beach Choice of !heijtqom furnished home, new ; A I I CRYAMK vF6oRIDA'7
about elrjifle IL routo for final,. NOTICE OF FI a" PE ION ,JII .
73 loll, total' price $251 kitchen, year round 2S N 5 CONPINY Iup ,
TLA D'SCH It OF ECUTORNot1cc A M. tieatbn.Fla
NT!' and up site SOxlM Sidewalk rental, reasonable. Write Pox IL Lch volata. 'b her' r/o.e.t/ I .... .11101HOWARD
APA and. pared streets. Write or O 948. 3 up .. !. i
RIDA tic at M
BTUAR "' I.asmnt' 'nbn.hbrt.b. P Tr .1 1'
tall I: Ou or
Dad Realty (Owners) ro. knows. .. "Itch I.. I 1..hhl, I./Pffd.nl.. '
Deco Equipped .,W SW Eighth St. Ft<*y RENT) Efficiency Cottage; )4rrI3S ,$ JetlfN eat Ial d.ew.ed. 1Mova /l.d l 1 Mtllr.I NOTI T P'EAR
ke nf mpartmentsKtlr I'I& Miami Ii>t. Has everything desired re. 1 rrol..rotroIL varlaat MILDRED PITCHON ,. 4..rJhutl.. 'd .... II. ,.eanraa.. TIft 31'A" k ran! HOW '
Dec 0 16 .d th Aau iPERRY.
i V ; thnt Oft lot doe M epab.r.IY4e YXSNY dnuvbtL
|{ GET YOUR desk 0 torpubsoalbs J Will Of to the R." .hle A' hi. W M e ... 10 '
All Yea Round 1949 calendar My. G. F. Blauvelt Box 93 nf Jumuica. L I.. II i wifirnnn. won It., a l'bnt.' "u.lr Judea Monhl i ,. CAIRO, CKOR- '}
Op at The \ 14' ( unty. Ftorl o, I sold 1t."tu"<<: I IY KM
noy Stuart New. Ofce. i'U.q. .onrov. I-.HSON-
PAGEl| MgR $ Calendar Palm City 36/tf tl,. Rorh7 detarla first. singer tn ilgn wllhet- f/nnl. 04515. tot fln.1 41". re, N h ,'IN, tar bn.b.J 4
with lUnd or O: K t WN "r H..b _,, wb.M riven nn" nb. ,,
ICut Isaiaspolio. I
elephonoIIIIMIIIinnillllllllllllllllllllll 2 _7renll/ for your old stand tfI )R SEASONAL RENT;: Several;; .. rlirj ail ehl.fL erin, "H.wpitiil' Camp Show*, Yo lllo..hb ...... .e MAPI.Fw I 1 .,KLA' : VIHIIIN r I
/ Taune HUGH Yo 1I.I'oUGH" IR.A IA. THII UNh "IUHr: ':. HUM.
I I OR SALE: tffoot' \systemhouse : i i furnished house on Sewall .7 .... ., 5Q I IISI ..nlmwlIL Inr. iiiocrjKJT t<, I'SO,Gimp euterP.1'ANR UEVIRYFR. GI IKK"' MIo.ITOMS: ;

trailer electric brakes, Point) fin location and beau 6 R.II N dI5 cr shown Site in aiihiwn tu.ired.I I : x ll: .aluar' ,,trW.n" AND TN0IIGH IrIHER: lINllRV P" ''I i AGAINST CLAIMtNG WhOE.

ItmnEIHHURH 7 thru-trail dolly, apt gas itoY .tiful grounds. L. T Knowlei, U"A sootr alaatebn. 2, t I e. 114. JH I it \St". HOWARD t, '

OIIIFIIOR full she bed track tires near Phone <7'R. Broken protect.ed. "'i /t..Move Itla/.n to Bola and //ro LEG ADVERTISEMENT t MARY i.HRY PERRY AS l.tt 'NnII""TENT JUARII'AN' ., 11 l 1

new William Trio Oct Oct 14 tf jS, 6 16. CIRar a.Y JAYCEES PLAN 2ND THI! INkNOU POUM"HLIR8.. 1

Sill Canras Breeie. Jensen JV I : 67.61. PIrM Rrbtl.RafdeaiL IN fOUn JUDGE'S COURT I NO Sal'"'Jti\'iJr.; \ :/ ( ,] Is, CaFDITOS0, A
Awnings Jet
: FOR RENT Two down-town Sf ;@ loG AIR SHOW OFFER FOR TIN COUNTY, Ito u&IN | BY
'roR7i L219.S; blounlaln: 1NROUGH' iK '
tlenillimbrella ;] Glider H.. @ "
< *. Canopies apartment Newly furnished. eom4 form CYCLE SAFETY TAPE .1'1' PRORATE MAUD Peony e'a,RDKt.m : tt
HU Rakbow Awning to.llty Trailer, 2f, oil cooking 1 All electric equipment Phone Rt MT: m I'ERIIY ILIi 1HE UNKNOWN. \ 'IRs IVIsRea N I IGSANTEEJL

BrAflwar, West Palm heating and Ice box. D I. Stuart L May 13 It IlllllllllllllllllltUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii liAwAY.0OTM PARTIES .S1'AUdl CKMJ'' K" AND OT..t.. .

rk, na, soap bed and conch bed. Ca NOTICES NOTICES First plans for the 2nd annual } t FILING DoH.NnTloN.... I 111 .tNUF.It, : :'tGAI: i.IHJ : f
seen at Jack Llhk'o place 1m FOR RENT: Floor sandingchin iniiiiiiHinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiiimmijijiijMii Air-Sports Carnival sponsored FIN A ,'INCHAHGF.: (IF ANCILY FIRCe ESHN OH I ''HI'OI 10NM C1.AIIiING : .

11 FOR LEt Gomes-50 City, 11,50(1(. Or will, seHighway 1..' I and edger Refinish\ NrriCEwill not be responsible NOTICE jf by the Junior Chamber of Commerce ADM .YTNATSIXlIATOINATSIX. .. 1Iu I ANY a"1. TI'JI, INTI.RCMT IN 1

ret, I kwiuim packing house frontage with aD I your floors at reasonable ratee. for SOf bill 1 contracted -We always open were made at the Jaycee rll.N..,1' "n ..hp.'a. A.eflb that rr THE I" IIART",'01.1 WINO. '(H1RKU LAN

f. Adamim Hobo Soand era Just ever city line b of' Phone 10$, Stuart Hardware br my wife, Mary Jewell Tas- till MIDNIGHT for your eon- I dinner meeting at Griner'sRestaurant .l .L.r T A "r the .....1. r ben ('fIllio I'll I )IHIDA TO-
renlence on that I'" HahNar,. d.raa.ed. eM I .. ,. .
get .
nil. 17/tf I Co. U : Th. "10 'do and 1. >10.1.
tnla. .
wee Walno
Jtuts. .
Stuart for S2.MO 1.i R. Monday night The 10. d ml .H''" cur 41.'h.' .
dblrfcoat root H. Schwarz. 16! Wes l9 St' ___ _- NOT:* : Dsc 2-0 late k at Rice Relau- show was scheduled tentatively 'nd r final 11.. he,... add leaf N I : ,".:r" ; ':, ;.:;:,.I.; :. : "'"'LUI..1 the 1 }
8ALII tt TYPEWRITERS FOR'"ftENT-Br'' Nov, Z5tf 1110 of leal 1 will ,asp .,.,, ,, .
N. ''b" .
IIif'tOR : MSro NAcl: : "I "511,1' th e "it .th.
New York City! CHRISTMAS. GIFT PUT for April 2-3 after a pledge of In IA. 'soreh th ur Cant 50
beam 19 hpmilTenal Miawlor week Phone 300.1 sla ua''I' / Trntshln
or month .
; 'uin: I OLVED at the Ruhnke s NIGHT Is closing time active cooperation by the Stuart alt, anal roo M.run PIerN Rnnth.:Rant::/lt:1:I IYU : '1 i.1
Uko kw. FJectrio SUE: doien el The Stuart News Office. tf qsr for ravel o' ..Id IIMI ....,.. an. :, su I Intifl.4
and Aewarjr acsries. dow shades, like nt tied Shop Portraits, Cameras, Tao can always get something CAP squadron was given by ,fir ....... o' dbtl'butJ.m and tar fl.. (h", n .,"dl be,,", .orbr.....h. ,
i4 pump I I'ronerrbeap. Commandant Arthur Fowler. d''.. ae .. A..ru.r A ..I.let..'"" .
.Ip. I .
( It 1'.1
PrlcedVCor quick elerlrle range I rotary FOR RENT: Modern 34 room t all the family Auth ed 49 eat till MIDNIGHT at C7 dthe ?4M or Poesy a. H.h., I"U a.

,StuartD ) ill Bendle bedroom Apt Facing River; In View Master Dealer, 1/If Restaurant NOT 25tfIllllllllllimt Receipt of a supply of scotch w. d........ r.1JJ.\ :: I ''t\'I\ "mwoy fMaeery, ., "! :''l 1
n. PhoaeJOflorm1- I '..4t Stuart; Florida' toll. oh, day : : 1
'oy. IS/t and Laundryall itfap. See town. Season or year Write 111111111111111111111111111 lite" for bicycle protection at ..t "....he,. 19... ..d. .."... for II.. I .. of above,.wevimt.e.t I
Box: ABC The Stuart News. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllll 111111111111 night Was announced in line RUBY H. BROWN .. ..
Arthur Dehon DeMii Build t .A.rid J .d.. eltk at .... '
I .
D I NIL 1 HIGHWAY tf Stuart Dee. 1.1,18 WAN! StT :ES with the Jaycees safety campaign M Alto/nary ...d..I.Io./ C.T.A... P1 Kluna. I
Ing Stuart Phon tin D. S. N..1 1.by lra-.I ; I iiiiiiiiiiiiiimimii niiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii 1111I11111I1111I111111111111 iiiiinii This florescent tape may KVANSVRAHYllu.rl. e.rb 00 ; "
IN ft. South of FOR SALEt Tree rI" led ; I< FOR RENT: Newly furnished I. bust- etc be secured at no charge at the to 1: ate, 1M rleri ./Id Co'urt, at I' i:
deep. fluart, home reasonable All eonn..j WANTED: Ajffrtment SUP COVERS: Draperies, Alt.,.., Ca. A.o"A..lri. N.: Cwnty Cowl He..: ;.uarL Horid' s >ty tyyur :
fruit, or ted', $39 Ideal Sport Shop Support was .. e.T.A.
it aj BON Sound Fin .sl- oranges ness wctyn of Stuart for two Made to order. Satisfactionuaranleed writl ,wnos.lly'
iences Jensen Beach ( .'10'1010Nn. n1apnearaL::: ;, : t' ,
bushel 1 lorth Sunny assured the baseball IKI i e. the J \
Hi a hipped ; preRoute VSther for donkey
me. Special prleo r adult and daughter) ( P b. n. 371-W It. t.. 51. Off ITo :
f inltvr.' d
Ask for booklet. B n paid. R. I. End 1, Acres>' See:'I"c; E. F Kendleat i with jrtl convenienceCDH. after 3:3': week day, all day game scheduled here Jan. 12 on ii"': pltk I : Cbrll 1 r 11" :'uen/ =.,, ; ..j).jIf

operate. Box 253. Ft. Pier Fla. 18/1* Stuart .. or OceanBreeie Stuon New 38/tf Sat, Sun. 37/4 the high! school football\ field .n,. to Ik. ..pill .r tan/ Ih....'..
38/1 wlthl. the II. Wra, b, ,LrW
p ,_, seedlings

J. 8. BLAIN and Elwood B. Dugan was accepted produce 25000000 ha' ,Ibt ,eUl of
TWO SMALL BOS--like new' i as a new member and for this years planting ../d I'ansIbit u. J ,.r to) Ih" II
lam 110. Olympia Bldf iimiiiimmiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiSERVICE/ I I I I : : w
May -mitable for *yer fishing Christmas Carols Are Howard C. Allff as an associate the Florida Forest Service In- day. fN u.embe r0 It c

$35 and 57$. fjf en Apis, Co OFFERED111111IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllll AmongWorlds member. Dugan is employed by creased Its seed beds at Its two t 74(i lrrk :.rrnn Couk i i

coanut Row art 38/1 p / at Munson and Olus- "ortin' ''I I, ".rfd.. .
SALE: 1-foot Keirlnatorrtrkuwtrljerator Theodore Dehon and Son: Allft RVANa CRAHI' Rt' .ldrA.
and / MODERN IFHOLSTERY Led- Is Witham Field managei tee from 20 to 50 acres Attarr.y ro: rb;, Ifl !
ranee R wire fox ter
SALE! T fords Upholstery Shop 111 N. Oldest Music Forms i.ssr1l15, 0,1.l IC I.
nil dam condtUon. R. G. cr female [pier of ARC .
Slh St Fort Pierce. Free
MS, 8L Luc(. Blvi, at old t filtered er. $3( each LEGAL AOVtBlSlI NT 'i
rpsrt light, first home west lone 128'! 38hpP01 : Phone For) Pierce 311AH (By The Associated Press) .

li| Harbor. I7pI -"I"" work guaranteed Irop. --... \ IN CM m AND a

rALEl: Mr Christ am buy eard. ,Oct. Bitt Carol, dear to everyone at Chastmai time Ix-ciulv. of the simple COUNTYOU:PRtE Y r iRIDA,
IN |
TOU men our aelf-proW a Je pui/Bt/ Fred Mevllng SERVICES OFFERED: Reliable eiiKlkins tho? evoke. are anlollil( the oUt-nt 'tinrn of rnnmc The STATEMENTTOf baTATNR )
mowerT Sew*" L JenMB. Phone J> o FLU"" 1401 I roN'. I IFt.
twirling Save P
i white woman would aid with first of tiKe was (the carol of the Heavenly flint over the it+dna l of I Ito
M hard Com In %u-A m 30201FOR i S
tiaoiutraUon piuhlnf Aim bare .. ...... __ children in evening or by the Bttlikhem (bike II : 13-14): ) but the eurk; miniuMTipt; of a ('urol AIL NOTICE) CKMirO TO'I IHAVmtl EO.AN'' 'vRIIONa

>wer to rent by tho hour or S< t fl II-tl. "Old Town" 1 Moat hour Appointment have transportation solicited. found Iu.S the British Muwum In London? nowilcd I In (the 19th: Century AINST, (RAID'I AHA list '..MANU9iTA7 : 1

Clean boatlong Jleat barb and fourIunt7 The carol I ls perhaps the earliest -- You .d .mrA M anH i
L ap that vacant lot
Jobbeeded. Write Box XYZ, c/o Stuart Ik, ::" :::, .h'a'' ; i ir.
paint reu
Only tlir
cu the and dance
I auk your plaee look bet- .News. 3 Ralph, timer Motor Co. .i I wo outboard motor known to man, the derivation of watch maintained In nearly all \ mar b".. n. ",... ,late F'Intnoa \,.1.

Asg.12 trCANjgppljr 150.00| n all. Original CHILDREN cared for day, hour, the word Itself being somewhat English medieval cities. The CI..t.M.,1I",, <.d"",,,",. ''d'"r I' ids W In t ..a Donny)

owner.4 I at 104 E. 5lh St., night IIIW.. .H. Hearring, uncertain men of the watch would sing I.r a I I..... C .y J.4, ., M.. t" 1 1

yon with all th* SluarifApts.1 r Atlantic! Court c/o III... W.\H. Munch Rt. 1, The more accepted derivatives carols accompanied by a flageolet Cnunl, TI'.I, IA. to.. ., .s., '
iM ( M u' Flo.
"Ml Self-Prlmlnf Irrigation d Llock East_3 /!! Jensen Beach, Fla. 3111ne are cantare the Latin word for and they would collect pence THE PUBLIC i Ida, :r ii'.II"I/ ,:, ::;:;:, 1 7rid 1 :monebo

"N yen need Ralph timer & "to sing," and rola which I I. a from the gentry In the West from :.. :IN I nLlt. .. "\ 11', nnue.. i
FOR S Its: C nut Palms, Ba- h l. ":>: : Is; 111nesnl ,I.
Cempmy. Lag. U tf African SPENCER SUPPORTS for women joyous Interjection. Some musicologists Riding of Yorkshire today children : .: M i. :. iden.+o
n.n Taniminds, Men belta Luella Downey and In..1 "ff," nd.a' ' j
however find ,
a from house to house :, : .;; : i
"tfOR SALE Outside 'Tul Dw r< %chew Poincl- Ave Fort parade Air scent nll'nn. a .willarrwne
1101 Orange and contend .. , ,
> Interpretation with milli" boxes t milady I boxes ".1' ''''rdr' n
"U and FUt White, $l.et an [Shrimp pints, Croton* 'Pierce.. Phone 197-M for appolntnlent. that the word stems from the U-Ipl ''b,. ""I .y lyn IIJLI'EIt mbar,
) In which there Is a crib anda
'ttlloa In tTallon lot*. Colaat I'rail, >H Xlfcny. 31/lp U \ BY 1910
_.J: early word for chorus. Even recumbent babe and Into OHD"P
porch and deck anam- ..
Irem U.M to $2.$$ per falH FO /ALE: rottedjlants, Polnfia GIVE- TOUR CARDS that personal more Intriguing U the belief by which the money offered them A. :; vtK CI r dwNO t
blooming Wire double some student that there it a relationship Is placed. t 1
be Sound Lumber Co.SWL I touch- Christmas .
your .
between druidical It'ANS: (KA 1LEGAL vt. P1n0da.
llwas, Dwarf relWolnclana, by band, Ze Rated among the moat famous / I r. "
Apr.KUSALE (>ton.. Jasmines ffera, Bonfinrillae each cards It addressed sealed and mailed 3c rite at Stonehenge In England, Christmas carol la While Shepherd KENNE H IMMELL V. !b. U? t :; 3f1 N. '

: 10 acre*, I acre In Richard "lumen L. F Hack that mystic ring of monoliths Watch Their Hocks by ADVrflriSEMENTl IIN

"* mOxSM ft I yrs. old ,any, Third St. \ :Jill p ett each room plus postage 3, New Dehon Bldg Carol 1* seen to be a vulgarization Night" written' by Nahum TaleIn 1 j"
of Koroll, a circle which if
tent house, Land front Phone %54. Dec. t, .. 16 1703. THE COUNTS LlUDGES CWJRTI
i dtaa River located beta f*t SALE: RCA 1-111 %radio, came to mean ring dance. Charles Wesley In the 18th MARTIN COUNT FLORIDA'

) Salerno ;and Gome Talnut, Console, $S'.(KiPhone) ALL TYPES OF ROAD Early records contain references Century wrote Hark, How All Candidate Far Reflection To The IN HR Hit FKTATBMA I. IIA I ,

*T H. f, Thompaon Sa- ha.w. 8/1p CONSTRUCTION.ORAGLlNjE to Stonehenge as "the carol" the Welkin Rings." later paraphrased 'PETITION' : .\1
The first book of carols was NOTICE OF FILl 1R
BULLDOZER to -Hark the Herald
51a, Oct 21 tl treeSbest AND ANAL JISCHA I OF EXSCLlAr ,WNnrbr
-OR SALE! Mango llfCecoaaut WORK. "auctorlaaed. by my lord ot Lon Angels SIng." "Good King CITY MMISION / n ,.r 1 ,N I

100 HAVE a supply of Wlla4 I varieties wholesale date and or tftal Ir DISKING DONE don" In 156 and bore the title Wencelas" which denotes ,the tae filed F1'I l 1:Rr, ,n I..;.II'Nn.at foes a, f J.i,

Toonor FerUUxer on,] Gra JJI- LOT AND SUBDIVISION page "Christenmasso\ Carow- Christmas ,charity of the Bohemian 1-..01.101.a: I h. tll..J, Cr p. ''oa .
Out the Stuart Feed Store palm. Gardenias. CLEARING Ie,." Some of these were legendary monarch also rapka high V I., dla'' """l"" an a, final dlorl, M "
magnolia. We de r and. "," Deem r :0th. INN .1\\l la tq
Nor, 11-25, Dee. 3- flora E. Enden, HAILING CLAY ROCK SAND, and were drawn\ from the The repertoire Increased as the 'o,, '''lh. H"nn, ,' 'Kir K. r|) ta. ,
and plant R. Coventry Mystery Play "Joseph Europe I'.n" .. "I 'tin Coanly, ".. .
custom through
carol spread
lAUt! Sofa Bed. Flatten South Dixie Highway, M/F, ELECTRIC SHELL AND ACETYLENE, Was an Old Man." also from to become known as Noels I Will Not Vofc To Default, The Ws aad, for inr .uI r'r\ ,I.' .f old !rbRel:: na"d r

*, Coffee Table, En Pierce,.l'Ia. WELDING. tome of the English folk tunes, in France, and Wlegenlled In fn., 11..1 ."..bu,.. N.r Se S .ho ;
"III t'.011 II amb I. Nan
aaJ v wDeee..ll [ .'
Artificial Leather used as the vehicle for relattng -
coneretblock JENSEN
FOR SALE! Tw. .ew L W. B lItTON JR., Germany
"We Juice to the Christ: Child Bonds. N ,
Extractor. bouses located in genie BEACH, PHONE 7Z-W tl CM 'liL'i.U: ': Hi r 4lkHICK' BANCll r.

n.w. 125 Osceola, of town on corner lots Both There sterna little doubt that JUDGES CULL KIWANIS En..."", "
ft i p and electrically GENTS for Gould Pump All there la a pagan throwback to CONTEST 1I'l'tlAr.t' GhLIT IAN ;4
famished BIDS? Nnv' II, 2',
Immediate delivery Into the
at s l II e a. the carols carried f'
SALE, 10-ft. Alma Tr r, equipped One other to priced at MJM Stuart Hardware Co. Phone Christian church. Religious To default wofild pfcce this city into a LmAL AD IITUI..NT. \ f fIN

'"e t condition,' $1,! 00. 6IM and the oa.D U dance were of record In Spain The essay contest on "Heri- 1 I.

0. Krowan, Ocean I_Ile Well worth the ..ene)'. Edward In the lib Century when the tage of Freedom' sponsored by / Liothing could be COUNTY JUD 'S COUNT IN D r.

*L lenses. /Ip0AI'E. Mapp Realtor P O Arcade 'T".ur until It'I too late choir boys equipped with castanets the Klwanls Club for all 8-12 chaotic state where FOR MARTIN C' INTY, FLORIDAmlTtTAltT ,

Building "W, I M today for automobile around the grade students at Martin Countty IN PRORATE.rN .
.. ,
capered, singing RE
< plyw Cor FOR"SALET1945 Glider- Trailer, I cranes that you need under lectern. High School concluded after done. As. it iiow stan s we can always EnATt: or Lit PAIIIIISH rly

Craft row boats Uvel : mponilbULLaw five-weeks run on Nor, 24 and FLU W Ea.,
iO excellent condlUo. I new financial Carolling reached IU musical a 1'>0........
also l twin an single It.loo&, Wright, Circle It Theodore DehoD height during the days of the winners will be announced at a negotiate ami ask the \ourts for advice NOTICE t C.DlITO.SO !
$1,IS'. Laura ALL ('R6n'' "Sa All FR0N5 .
It first high school assembly
OadWmet fRroOcaa Bree* Fart. 8 /IpFORlALE 8 Deheo Bldg. Phone Tudors although there ls aa historic period HAVI CLAIMSlO AND I ,
r. Wit Dr. Ocean- reference In 1521 to the Dec. IT, It was announced and relief, i ask all of yVu to think carefully maNia AGALAI I : ;; contest chairman LILY I'AKR 'l t'LOWEHA, I -
-Park, Man'. U l h fact that when Henry VIII lay yesterday by CJEAS,,":

ulptAL& cycle Priced .for quick' ..1.. S. elastic stockings very 111 h. forbade 'carols bell Charles Rue of th/8 issue for it \ an important U.der and 0". asst 10 the pee.bl' w
Sill, ten aoa, anklet, etc toart Essays are being judged by o. _... 71. '. r15r1po S"'t._ ,.
Champ lM Stuear. Phone and merrymaking lot, hand r.. bar Y
Iaker. FtMe Truck Dr. rp... u The Puritans endeavored to Ernest r Lyons Mrs r. R. Horton o dud ,.I I"vI .:. Yohm. .
11 -M. FOR SAUl Iii-t.u ford and Harry ,Ponley and one. and 40' d. .hl.It ,on. o. 01. rM
with carols, holding tiM
ja aing cooVllon. 11/1 air jiiililliKiiilinuiiiillinmililillllllllllRfOMS do away o aeolst 1H.5.tof '
; overhaul.
and to the win.
pew motor that they had no religious significance awards will be given lili/ i.0.: rbw. aad, I :

Sir, TwflAeeo wickerftdaftnport e.mpre.. and spray painting WANTED and the Scottish people ner and runnerup in each of the the ClI7'" '.,h... .fair 01 No h
andinWellaneom Id 1 ueC ,'
drills iiiiiimiftmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii One division Included -
eloctrle two divisions lu.l'-: : rtt'.rt :
equipment had '
Mat s. at an even eerlterdate CbobnW. Gmntl 55. peen
ahop equipmentat nANTA: I "rD\ab\ room the lighter the Otis and 10th grade Iorid.. and r "'1.0 on'.. In YbI. .ff .
.god ndltlon, $10 WiDatoD at Bartlett facilities for S tried to suppress other 11 and 12. Mrs. K NNET IM. C..I Ca.M li..aM .M wMYn15 .
L. 104 St Lu- narrla with poking carols considering them -popish. and the c...s. f1orJ4., .lthlo. .I_ha 1 I
at Ihen, .r I1dor." Nights. adnlblpM. 15 to May-June, Jamei Reardon was In charge ot ........ w en '.a from tM CM.aadoO e
and "pernicious
SIno toltoo month. Write the school flint .uhlle.' "of tear t t
$7S per time went along, there wasa the contest at ELLS. .. dem.nA
As .W alai. { ''
OALy GAROND See '" bL... ,-; Box J Stuart N.... widen the horizon These tour winner will be tae Lr.l ..I d tM ':= : ::3
: : to
I I tlals trailer 44 lOBSALEl; 2 r Nov.Z5. Dee.J-I tendency guests of the Klwanls Club for .. ..... to .0 bo'on..f..bfmb ....., I
erf the good
"f. of the carol and some /A. .. I ill to j
lea Joo McNamara, plank f..* lot drybeard looL 1111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111POST old drinking ,tunes were employ* the Dec 17 meeting and theiressays :bawd ; 51111 Cop or d0..I I
eente .
or., Ocean Bream, c'lUho.rt' Saw Mill, North ONS ed for the sacred words denoting read, Rue annouaued. THE Pro l.rry RAMC OF VRxAII,

M/tt SIll imiimiiiiiilmiimmiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiPOSITIOJfWANTED I I I 1 th birth of Christ-no irreverence ( AOLINA lali
.,..rt.. Over 8000 have been at filer M tM. of LIIr-
411015$ being Intended since carols ....... ,....... ani fib s
het fronting on New trailer Sliver BCed filtreo. Dlckerhoff were usually regarded as festive asked by the Florida Forest The Business Like Candidate ..1 /wrewsl.tlNa.tw
C bimUful FOR SALE: br.Na
St Lack River okw- 181 jlobe Senna. 88IpPOSmONtWANTEDWatch Service to, help distribute free of o. [
loot deeps t. Box I
Dome II- music O'aAl
PJr ally block from tor'; g M it7> The custom ot singing carols prevention pamphlets and posters :: ,, r.......

I )MT for homo, J-ttkerm Complete door to door .Is almost a* la the annual KEEP FLORIDA pO 154 1
how hotoL Ed- beafr. taker. Dkkerhoff from N... u. .. f
or ntaa er c themselves. GREEN campaign
Realtor, P. O Ar- ....... Hob sound Lumber M/1 Bortatl, lie Soaad Slllp old a* the carols ..l

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MORE ABOUT .. .. ....ChuNk ....... COMMUNITY CHURCH,
RIDIN' HERD CHURCH tire..H. 'I...(niMtar 'to" ae8.,at''.f JENSEN atACH PamuyTtajA oNILM
I : Stolen AutoIs HoiCO .HWH. acv: H. II 10Na. t'.ahrIad.r
: :.J CHURCH BUDGET Ot""'. ......,. 11_". Pn oe.7Ae asawteiS. a.
DIRECTORYREVISED ..... Y....."P..k'Ywa.e.. a.m- 5 55 .P. a. 1saeC att., I. SANS d Pa 4r
i a Sad. MieL
II I (ContitnutJ/ from page 1)) RecoveredIn Howdy Folks ', 4" ( ) 1 w........ IIBLI VNIOir CONOR tOATMNAV As R as WescC ,0.a
A"i. i Par City egret

,I day School teachers was held 2 41*msr Iwlk IAPTI5Y Akrw .... Holr,II I h MMuniitai a. Meta.1 .5 sap H .u-a. us. tkM. i' KB.*N1. WA.LLACB.. a. S._H..STI1IUI"s._ Pate rat twNSN
I' with,, scanty attendance Monday 55 Minutes I'm Glad to be BackBy KICV. aALttt,, W ACRE, Pa...... infer '"( ash i BMUk.Ul It .. ..... Maere Wenblw 11 h nwale, aayI
I night, and,the teachers will meet: SS..j':-.. saw .heal FlIIST tTHODIST CHURCH
PAGE L LUIJD again Jan )JO. Can FUf Guest Reporter II''ill'Ae a.. ....'TnlnlMT M.r.i.f. U Wmkl,lo1l lit W.l tMl. X.imV .
'k The Rev. W E. 'Rowell was Sheriff \0'. M "D1ckoHan- .a, t p... m. II...,.. Wcnkto.-. .. W.. a. POWELL. fMi.rTk *
Chink Wild tin tw-
elected president tor 1949 at a cock'' sort A mrMrr to .IaW ta Ik*.* Nk ...
office of
set som till .L
.n. '" on .t, <..u.... 4iulM a a.5.d. "
recent meeting o( the Stuart record when HOME SWEET HOME. It'i grand to be back in Stuart again :. It:.. R .. Fiiblte.. W....hl...
Tuesday night recovery use ...'... *. wta. P.Ile.uhla.a
r r Ministerial Association. The of a stolen car was accomplished after spending 125 day in the garden of Sweden ._,.Minnesota es. p:;: MIM.aherar.anr.' / t..b;. I :.... ... Tk.'::".
A Rev, R W. Acree wai named Ho Motkm l N.
within 55 minutes. where I was Called a screwball, a civic and commerce: press agent, a '11IS"TiA aAPTISTRIV .11** W wr. Ur. ekIMrmIM ,. .Is
span vlce-pre&ldfnt and Dr. Carrlel ......, .. ,-'at'
candidate lot a psychopathic hospital. And all because ballyhoow\ Mice. ".rI. tk I Ph
after It .......
secretarytreasurer.ARMSTRONG'S was reported.The .
Palm d advantages of bvjng both summer and '{inter on the banks of thebeautiful II *. ."W..., Bu R.>4 HOWLAN0 f M! < Puts '.dM><.Un, tdtiMii.MM.WMk. ........
car a 1947 Hudson owned
Wltht St. Luck I R a.. S.T&cT.eb 1.
facUK by William Hoyt of Jensen As long 511 can remember Minnesolu'i tourist slogan has been cry wretlebt_I. M 4 art e.rMarw I FIRST .rRESBYTlRIAN..n. Monk. Illli>o CHURCHOmul (. Aaa eR
Beach, to the
was reported sher
slbly "The Land of 10XX( )) Lakes.* 'When 1 told to native most: Florida CHUCC ace. o..A...CARRIKU P.o. AOUS
LINOLEJJM Uf'otrlc. as stolen at 7:30 p.m rill ...or. COD I 11. m. 8 >l r auhuLJ..br.Adua
r The alarm was sent out Immediately can match your 10,000 lakes and still stave 20,000 lakes left I. was I lay H. It.Poe NKAHUCY S: H: ..... .. A. M).mi PnMUtmMiU.B. >. .. Jr. a..L. ...
andASPHAIT to adjoining counties and, challenged not once but SO times ........ >lniwn. i _.-.
f .. ::=a
JI r TILE at 8:15: !the car was found and Thankfully, Ernie Lyons, an authority on Florida fishing and Chore?. j).a.i-;. re. II a a. a. li .k lira W..hilt/ -..... i
i I
the driver apprehended. Appre- Ceo. Wade tie.Pdd.I
r fnataI) by hension, waterways! came to my rescue with{printed authentic figures covering H'UK.' h51Sr
was made by Palm,
lakes and coastline, With his evidence "'
milenge. on hand NorthernIke ,
Expert chanks Beach County Highway Patrol JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
man E. D. Dugger at !the Sunny Waltons spared my We but still did not believe there are 30,000 REV See rat 4tb :-
Sands Restaurant which Is ,Just t..1in ,Florida to say nothing of Nve srcreeks.' canals and! 3,000 : Wikur T. 1. CKAar.Sur.t' .fMUTMuu I ... 11
3 south of the drawbridge over the miles of coast line '. .a 11.*luniMJ S M.< *. ..
D.r> an.t4 r
I II u.Loxahatchee at. at Jupiter on : RAHCO1.11. C Pont I..pod.......,...1.......... .Nah.. .toe.. ......... USEOURFORSERYXE
KRAFT with literature, pamphlets t* lie k. ..
The driver, Donald 1. BIckford and booklets Martin All fall
describing I floW of
of Miami, was held then order !' County a HUM* ., Junta brat Clnk t 0.i
xntcards going to the'Colonel's office carrying name of people-whoippeurod I' *"
I ed released by Assistant State'sAttorney a..r. MAR1TS EPISCOPAL.5I1 :, D ECONOMY
Thad Carlton pending ( interested though a bit skeptical, of my Stuart broadcasts, wet 3r4 StRKV .
R. 1( rSNTON, II A, a..t tor
Many were important (folks and few knew about Stuart
further investigation but Bick- anything except I
Telephone 799Estimate .d.nt.
I.. p Collect for F ford was ordered to repoI't.o its reputation as a sailfish town Snip> CanBwlM.Smokey INDIAN RIVER DRIVyUS SCHEDULE DAILY
Hancock's office Dec, 30 for Then came the new Stuart pamphlet picturing.a pretty bathing
We are equip d to han- questioning, Hancock said Says:, E cftSu J.y
a < )
beauty on the front cover to add mermaid evidence to my'lailfish tale '
die all types sidentialinitalla charge ot grand larceny of tools of five three. a and one. (A LOT Of PEQPUt rlolrcoray
ra and comm that were in the car may be ( TO CO BI6HT SF TMgViTHOUOHT +
a -
tions. wrought against Bickford.> Those figures 1 5/3/1 indicate the prop rtKm of sailfish taken off IT*M WHOMEh'J JT" (Read n) SOUTH BOUND ( Up) NOR HflbOUHD8OOa

Hoyt is a winter, visitor to this Stuart, Palm Beach and Miami so) I:Jim toM, with Stuart awarded top : 11:3: ,,3:30p: Lv. Fort Pierce r, :
Griffin-E er, Inc. area from Indiana and his car honors, 8I6a: 11:45a 46 Lv. Whita City Ro v. 9:4: a '1 P 6S8:18a :

FLOOR Cf VERiwJCS It bears Is being an, Indiana held by license the shertf'eoUlce 137678 Rill : 1 ::48s p v, EI red (V"L, artin) v.8:42: 112p;
900 S. Dixie! Fort 'arcs at Wiley's' Oarage.i waterways adjacent to Stuart produced this summer was a by new my map neighbor of the, 8:24: 11:540. : Lv. n ona 9:36a' 1 : fp$::06p

5r. Hollis Potter, Atlantic Court Apts. With this map I I pointed out 8:2: a 11:57a: 3b7: v, a ton Lv., 9:33a: l:03p: 6O:8

I both topographfcjl and climate advantages urn town. I explained 8:33* 12: 3p : den v, 9:27a: 12r57pAr. : d

how Stout, practically surrounded by water, enjoyed a water-washed : 2ilOp 4i10pv. 'nsen 'Quinn v. 9:20a: 12:60p: 4:6Ot8:47a :

air tomtitioning that made summer comfortable and winters idea) : 12:7: dtl7p Lv, 'tie Co, v. 9:180. 12:43p 4:43p9:0O :

i I If I appear enthusiastic about! the map It's for two reason First : 12:3Op 4:30p: Stulst (Rexall Store) Lv.11:57a 9OOa: 12:301: 4:3Opay :
i its letterhead size and the front aide can be used for correspondence

I, while the backside illustrates and details the dater ways of Stuart Only
and the St Luck
I't I Second I the. doctor re-named a stretch of the North Fork of a.. r.rr+wswu.N 11SOa 4:0op: v. F Pierc r. 1:30p: BOOp:46a :

", p0 I I the( St Lticie over near Burt Pruitt'i camp FLACC CREEK That's : 4l: Sp v. ite Cit d :lbp 6:46p:
Burning Up Own Woods Is
BaE where" luckily, lost summer I hooked my first tarpon, a 20-1U. little Bad Enough-But When You Bum,; 11 t48a 4:18p v, Jred ,v, 1:12p: 6:42p:
ole Silver king and landed him on a 4X ounce fly rod. So I'm a bit I Yeur/Neighbq/ ),'TooTAatAia'si9A.cir 1154a 4:24p: Ankona L v. 5:336p
1 cocky'' about the new map and the honor of having myname attached ;
I Walton 6:33p
: 4:27p If. :
to a fork of that beautiful river if only on II map. Thank ,
you '
J b 2i>>i Ji J Eden
Dr Potter, 12:03p: 4:33pv.: Rr 12:5p: p':

N NF Ni R/ll 2 1 1 : Op 4t4U Lv, ensenr 12:5U: 5:29p

\\ELL. MY FRIENDS if "everyone needled this summer turns ? Lv. Rio (Tackle Co.) L 12:43p: 6:11y'12:30p :

"BY JINGO"Fried up in Stuart this winter the season! should be a "full house" with ONLY 13 : 5: Ar.' Stuart (Rexall Store> Lv. 12:3Op: 5:00StuartJensen :
standing room only. If they all show up at this old cowpoke's. corral
for food and shelter III have to buy a boarding house and act a I8 Rio-Stuart lOc. Jense n-Walton lOc. -White City Rd.10..
r t' Jensen Beach sight-seeing. and personal guide service Might not have time to up l fiih. I I ITill White City Rd.-Fort Pierce lOa ,

INNERSJ For 125 days) I did not wash'or wipe a dish empty'wastebasket I Shopping Days Support and Save 10%. Buy Monthly Ticket Ask Driver.

Oysters it Shrimp Chicken make my bed ..or cook a meal ,I pushed button and
Bellhops and maids. hurried to supply my needs. Certainly '
J rhoned.
Beef Pork Ham
PAID and P A I D,, With the present dollar worth 59'cents Christmasw SUNRISE TRANSIT Inc.
;. Premium Beers Ifc J Choice Wines ,
it I amazing!( how bucks si has to have to buy hamburgers M ,
For Good Fqod Lod Drinks *d a Good Time, many guy Boa 868 Phone 610 Fort Pierce, fit
F I' to iuy'nutl tlg of T-bone and chops;; And bow,fast your dollars'slip s )(>>i >i. d I h .
Jensen Beach %
IKLCOSKEV, Mgr.> away \\ithull | knew I'd eventually return to Stuart where .the .
-- -
slogan "Winterize and Economize" is substantially+ the truth ; -

FINALLY:/ ,WHEN THE START NEWS ,,arrived afr my We)
QacL0 dL 0 with election returns and Martin County said "give us Dewey" those t.rSK

.I: ( :,Yanks appeared( 'more friendly M A T. 0

} i; '"' m..is.. ur, ...,"x.i work will kit :a i....e.i a...he A public utility executive .biz shot who retired two days)
t .. utter\the lection l't'tYIarLedIf that the way they 'vote in Martin
j'k like. .wulgew ...... M iWu! 1glsaW kI "...
County Ill\ this winter and look }
stop you people over. Might be a
I 0.r Plr*d well....... live
good place to and make COP. friends. Ilea coming to Stuart
.. ....... ....
rw h al anS omd edkd &cW Wad 100ft ANTS ACION

4.1.r w will ..W. ,.. .r Prr.a e'

i ....... d aY\at a.. 11III P l i .d1 ttonoonoObituaries: :: Pierce since 19922 engaging In C

k -r Uwr r-..,...... f' the real! estate business and electrical V f '
'zena Fellow
supply business. Taxpayer, and My Mtw Friend of Stuart.DON'T j
OcIOClSOCl.: : :
Survivors are his widow Anne
STUART DRUG WINTER VISITOR Smith'Oober. Fort Pierce: two ,
V CORP. DIES HERE AT 60 daughters, Mrs. Lyons of Stuart, BE CONFUSED
/I \ and Mr. W. C. WarUctc of Fort .
i THL IEXALL STORt" F Pierce two 1
I Mrs. LenL"aen.; 60, died : brother the Rev H ,
PHONE II After a two-months illness at D. Oober of Fairfax, S. C.. and By the \Vjv'MAND.AMUS" ':
V I William Ocher, Tampa and five -
Martin County Hospital about grandchildren Ellis, Lucy and \ 1
10 a.m Tuesday. Her body was Martha Ann Warllck, Fort Pierce
fly aent by John Funeral home today and William and Lary Lyons, 1
r for funeral serrlcea and Stuart.
burial In Old Baybrook. Conn. Burial was at Fort Pierce Cem-
Our Government cVmot Court
Y'' 'I Mrs Larsen was born In Helsinki -' etery. City be FOHcED to do an Act contrary to Law or ;

1 loco oco o t Finland, June 10, 1888 and Order. k Jr :

I had from been Watertord a ,winter, Conn visitor for here the,, The farm forestry program If the City Commission contacts ti/e/ business of Stuart according to law then yotf;

r Trade Indsa past three seasons residing at j was established In 1940 by the as Taxpayers: : have ,nothing Ik, feJF insofar as BOND issues and-or other business '
the Flshln' Hole She is survivedby Florida Forest Se"ice'to help is concerned.
her husband, Charles: a sister farmers' and 'smalt woodland TV '
Irene Boniface Medway owners with their Umber and I do not believe in defaulting any just and legal debts BUT, I do BELIEVE
Rests Mass. Wilfred of
a ton Flttman
o a rant o ThompsonvUle; Conn, and a marketing problems. THAT IF A COURT ACTI/ \ PENDING AS TO THE LEGALITY of any '

n Old daughter Saybrook., Mrs. Helen Forest of .. debt; that the City of StuartfthouKket] the Courts/of our State decide whetheror

I I 'Ii The Fisherman' fORT PIERCE not the Taxpayer's monJy ahoul \e paid directly to' the BOND HOLDERSOR ;
4I Sportsman's Headquarters FRANCIS ELLiS GOBI: HELD IN ESCROW/ tit such tXc as the COURTS decide thelegalityof'the
o Final rite. were held at 4 tHk 't BONDS.
t o Come n A. You Are and Enjoy Our afternoon at the First Baptist :w
O Church In Fort Pierce for Fran-' ,,
XI elicious: Sea Food els Ellis Oober., 67, Fort Pierce DON'T BE C FUSED '

"friendly Atmoiphere" businessman father of Mrs,Em- "
estt Lyons of Stuartwho succumbed "' .\
,. 0 n 6 A. M. 'Till 9 P. M. to a heart attack. Tuesday .,' ','* By the Word"ESCRO i.

,i 0 ort Pierce'. Newest and Finest Born evening.at Commerce, Oa, he .. %,;, r.,.". %:.....,.. $

37e ::::::::::.0 ot-.onox.ooocaonv had been a resident of Fort 1


I He Cot ew Up to this 'preseADVISED r time it appears the City Commissi ra' HAVE NOT BEEN :

WATER 'fewe'll (or iled to Act) that the Courts. COU ant an order author.luible :

gjv y ur worn, ,izing that YOU r MONEY; be placed into the hand of a third perwn ,;!
''or Bank until t tIf pending suit i j. decided. ESCROW.rf .. '
fatigued tits a "second 1 IS WHAT J.N BY :

HareTNRed, Corr e wind;' that'll ale 'em ,.and when cted I PROMISE the Voters and Tax .Stuart that Wig''

For Exper onsult'ti rfd like bran w I Bring II'the cooperati of the ,other' City Commissioners, (who e'to fulfill t tluir'

In your oh jr 4barestoday. obligation to -everything possible will be done vyow '"


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ti ORT PIERCEFLOR, ht. PriseStu

EAST COAST WATER CONDI G CO. rviceChasms' t Recap Yo and Continued Support, Will Be Greatly Appreciated ,

Service.$tatao.eto MATOUSEK:
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REV R R. W. HAND Commissioner Chairman! L.Dr.M C.Johnson A. Carrlelrepresented and


WILL BE NEW dinner meeting of district chair '
-, COBLETSRice"s men and commissioners of the I Announcement of Policy./ .
Gulf Stream Boy Scout Councilat i
KftY and ED COYLE leaders from West Palm Beach
MARIE and Atlanta led the discussion
t' }k h ,y V ri li@ {r t N {''rr.4,
the alms and lif
on purposes ofI I The ''f };
The Rev, R W. Hand will takeover these district 'lobs, Other counties ;
the pulpit of the Community represented were Okeechobee -
Church Jan 1, 1949. The Hands Palm Beach, ,Indian River,]
are moving here from Germantown and St. Lucie. .

When / Md, where he it'now pastor meet The at Martin the Florida committee' Power and will j Hotel Arcade '
he Food'sGoo '
of the Presbyterian Church Light Company odlc f The P-TA Will meet tonight at Johnson' ann need. A I t.
< the Word 1:30: at the school Instead of successor to Dr. Carrlel Iso will
their regular meeting night The be sought following' his resignation
GAs Around change was made to make plan early this week. {
for the Christmas play. Mrs
Burgess of Stuart will make the '
in West Palm Beach last Thurs
devotional and Mrs R.I.. Jackson day evening umler the new ownership ami supervision
will show the, Christmas Archie Brownlee Was enter.
story on flannel. tamed at a 'surprise birthday
Mrs. W J. Garner .left for party Friday evening (at the \ '
Good food i is a top n/>st people enjoy. South Bend, Ind., Saturday after home of his sister, Mrs. Jessie\
visiting for several weeks herewith Qrlffltl A chicken dinner was
That' how *o many rlKv customers keep her sister Mrs. Dan Shaw served on the lawn Mrs. George A. F. McCarr n (
Mrs. Jessie Griffin and Mrs, E. Brownlee made the centerpiece,
fading out about J. Arnold and brothers, George a large cake with Happy BIrth-
and Archie Brownlee, Jr., and day" written on it and yellow
her father, A. Brownlee, candles I 'Attending I were Mr j
Mrs Anna BrodrIck arrived and Mra Jessie Griffin and i
RlestVurant Sunday to spend the winter children, Alberta And Eugene,1 plans mod rnizatit and expansion of its services i. so that it will
with her son and daughter-in- Mr and Mrs George ,Brownlee '
I law, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Brod, and children Penny, Freddie'1 be second to 'none \ Martin County. A large, new jiid modern Pack
I rick. She I Ia also the mother of and Betty Marie, Mr. and Mrs
I Thomas Brodrick and Mrs Russell E. J. Arnold and daughter, Jean,] age Goods store wiMbe opened soon with a compl e line. Tentative

Come in and/TASTE for urself! Beach.Allabaugh of West Palm Dan Mrs. W.Shaw J. Garner and son, Mr., Harold and,Mrs Mr plans include additional lobby facilities on the graund floor for '

/ Mr. and Mrs August Blume, and Mn Louis Keagel and
Our menu list a large selectioi\and the who have been visiting with Mr. daughter Ruth, Ann, Mr and
and Mis Dan Shaw, left Fridayfor Mrs. Jack Stevenson and daughter '
St. Petersburg 'where they Kathleen, and Mr. and Mrs THE HOVEL
prjf es are practical. will visit before leaving for their O. Qulgley. and son, OeorgeMr ,' I. t
home in South Bend. Ind. and Mrs. Arthur Brodrick .
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown- and daughter,' Marie, and Mrs.
/ lee and children visited in. Fort Anna Brodrick visited Mr. and
SPECIA DINNER EVERY DARic Pierce Sunday. Mrs. Thomas BrodrIck and Mr. xnagcmcnt of Bob Gl ffe .
Mrs Joyce Davis and son and Mrs Russell Allabaugh at ;
Jackie, have returned home after the Bowlarena in West Palm Efficient& pal'tmcnts are to j e installed.
spending several days with Mrs.j Beach Sunday evening.
/'s Restaurant C. A. Porter in stuart. I Mr. and Mrs George GrIffin I I Model' Refurnishing is Tanned '
Postmaster Paul Mahan has' and sons, Wayne and Terry "
returned to work after a 15-day Dale, visited Sunday with Mr
vacation and Mrs. W. D. Griffin
Mr. and Mrl C. A. St. Onge The supper which the Men's I 3 f
. were Callers at the Bowlarena Club made and served Dec 1 at '
-- the Community Center was a
, I 1
.. tzftCtC t: tt( tC tt( tCtt( huge success Andy Lester In'j IFI"'II'i
charge of decorations had a variety I anlk ;
of cut flowers bn the tables.\ \ THE ,BAR LOUNGE ?
They served 219 guests and thesupper I ,\ ,|&%
netted more than $200 t )i
\This Christmas GivePHIKCO a which was turned over to the j ;
community fund, it was report w
ed.Mr. Managenlm of Back Gill. ,
and Mrs Nick Algazzlnl

2 entertained for Don Hutchinson at a surprise in honor party of I Featuring Premium llfflOf I Beer, Choice Wines, > *

HAExelus his Philip birthday and Elaine:I Attending iAJ azzlnl were,1 Liquors ant Ixed Drinks $?\ti{

Margy 'and Pieta-Lee, Me ra>t
Ruth Ann KeageU! Mary Diamond 1
,Ji AdaIre Mahan, Marie,
Brodrlck. Jim Hutchinson, Jack' '"
; Carpenter, ,David Callen, Burt I'
and Eddie Eckhardt Chuck ,
'! Claymore and Hank Bucher. j MARIN ,
Shaylor Coone has opened a I THE R M ; ,
Dealer i grocery in the Post Office Bldg :
Mr and Mrs. W. 8. Blanchardand '
.r children of New York have :,'I,
J arrived at their home on Jupiter S % % '
9 I bland for the winter Roosevelt season. Manage tit of GeowaSutton '
Mr and Mrs. Ralph
9 of New Canaan, Conn. have ifehest %
ertainment. .
S i opened their. home on Island for the winter season.
9 Radios, Deepfreezers, IJr Conditioners, The regular weekly dance will Cater/g to Private \\Ies
be held tonight at 8:30: at the
V J Etc, See;the New 'ThilcCombinationj I Community all-girl Orchestra Hall. The will Southern play. '....'. Featui/g a "ocktail IV{ .

jjr The Aristocrat ofadlos.I Everybody Mr. and U Mrs.invited Andrew to attend.Lester, Specializing i Dancing and Ba*cue Parties.

I and family spent the week end
I with relatives In MiamI. Bob .
ijr Donovan Of New York arrived
Revolutionary Ne.%45ute Records ., Here Diamond's for the garage winter. He is with \

i Word has been received that
$ one of our winter visitors will SAL'H<
*' ComeinandSeeOurlN.rw 1949 PhUcoForLasting not season be able He to Is come Peter here Leonetti this, THE BEAUTY .

known here as Just plain "Pete."
I f .
He la ill and with the holidays
coming on he will be missed, as Buffu .
11'lag ment of Marjorie
Gifts I Il he was the lift at any party His
address Is Molloran VA Hospital,
Staten Island, Nt Y.. Bldg23. 9Iodern]\ Equipment
The sirens used to call all vol-
unteer firemen will, take on anew Latest Styles in Hair. Dressing.
ualityoosy l aspect shortly They will\
be sounded each day at noon__

An ctrical Appliance \1 1To. a1 y

$5.00 WEEKLY HbTEL ''feHOP
Mix aster THE COFFEE

A Visit To Our Store Ir

Will' Surprise You t a
Management of Ben Go and .
BIT'the Variety. Waffle Ir e Ufler the Catering |

Ro.atersElectric .jI s e LESS EaF Featuring the Finest of Foods in a Dignifie '

Clot, I Home-Like AtmosphereSAITO'S
Coffee Brewer

i Table l Lamps city

f J i Christmas Cleaners Tree. Ug by


J Electric Washers Door Chimes .: ANTIQUE SHOP
d Lumber
Buy t
Hair DryersM .
I ': .
1 Many other it.m.00 Thr Room ) "'." V,Management Nellie Pezzoni '. I r ,ti \'t''l'','
Numerous, to ." nH ", 'S(< "

\ r 294 SqHOUS: .. ,.Announces i its Gift'."Shop Services in Our'Hotel Lobby.c

Radio & Applianc Co. I \ '

Fta. P. (*Box I 1150 Stuart, Fla. :.
Ole" Avp Phone 302 Stuart, id

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v f :' PiWrt sex THE STCART NEWS'' STCART. MARTIN COTOTT rtORIDA, THTMDAt DEC. IMS ---"l''r.r; ; ,""tiiI

I 4 I ..PO J lam Thund_ __. _
NEW: STORE: MANAGER Ltd. Anderson was graduated FINE Nearly 1JIO sss+yar9ik
r.: from Lake Worth High SchooL NEWS Of COUNTY ACTIVITIES DUCK HUNTING Will, MEET; MONDAYTh the performances whlcn wisp?,. **
i \ Russell Anderson, former I It December; meeting of the' preceded by the a1entation
t Ie a Methodist and has been associated
.\ The County Agent's Column Art Guild will I be. held' by the
manager of the P. and L. Storein with this chain since NEARS Fine OUUd hen
'1 Lake Worth, took over man- SEASON Monday at I p.m. at the Wom- July 17 These time{ till Iut
agership of the Stuart store forthis December 1941 I YOU NEED 61 INSURANCE By L. M. JoKnsoa an' Club. President Mrs Mr. A. Included Wendell U WI""tall
N I'j company as of Dec. 1 succeeding NOW A* MUCH A?VOU t DID> i Llpplncott announced yesterday i Mrs.Stewart Springei{ lira i "
I '( E. p. Nau it wa announced Florida Forest Service says- WHILE IN LNIFORMVONY ) -- I tetter lave been mailed to and also t nutritional( spray, isl Tallahassee, Dee9rlorlda'1. morning. Principal bualne will:' French, Mabel VCaverko Pr1ee au..
by C. J. Lewis general Dead out your matches while lit i 30-day migratory .terfowlata- be discussion: of plan for the Henry Q Elndred
P' (the farmers, and growers 1 tbsp. of Parathion 1] W)&p. nutritional Ind
:w manager fOp, and L. Stores, the woods. I in it LAPSE I fanchert son opens tomorrow and Director I Guild's next dramatic production Evabelle Felnauer
PACE ''. o____-_tirSO -00-- u_onor-:--=-ooo of Martin County reminding spray to 2 gal, of wa Ben C. Morgan, State Game tentatively slated for February >>1)at ).
1 0 0 i, them to bring to the county ter. CAUTION-do not use this :and Fresh Water Flab Commit .
CUD : agent' office all the bilji for spray on fruit or vegetable to ,lion today reminded hunter oft I The first offering of the season -.
ATV seed and fertilizer they have be used for human consumption. new twist in the Fedral regulations Noel Coward' mystery-
"Blithe Spirit was wicelved -
I plugs. comedy
{ t | used In their soil conservation Effective governing this gun season, duck, 1 by enthustlastlc I audiences ONLY 13.
avian I program In 1948. This Is the geese and coot hunter will be | at the high school auditor I
paint Ir time of year' when the stiff Superintendent R. H Rollins, required:: to we plug that cannot -
School Board member D. LWilliams removed without dissembling I Daily\ shooting hour on waterfowl -
WI ht 'y SA ea C member of the county agent' be
tactltI f d .P.PsIDU 1 ; s ing 1 office sit on the edge of their I and Mr*. Sara Wood the gun, Morgan pointedout. I ) will continue from until a ; Shopping Day,:,
before sunrise
made 1 half-hour
pi and board attorney M. a. Uttman The new ruling wa, I
I i I chain hoping: the fanners will\ left yesterday to attend the he explained after Federal 1 war- an hour before sunset except on
., not delay reporting their year' annual Joint meeting'of Florida dent discovered many hunters opening day when hooting/ will ; 'Till Christmas
i conservation work. Our report superintendent an* boardmen' used a trick plugging gadget I'not be permitted until noon.
I;' ; deadline. are rigid and timely In Jacksonville I I today and to that could be Inserted or removed -I Dally bag limits are set at, 4
f, :t.A' "(I II' o JENSEN PUTT COURSE Q'Q'I JM-I ISM rr s :y.r. report\ from the farmer cave morrow. at a_moment' notice._. .:- duck-!.1 goose and 11 coot. -

) 1, t, he ..,-...-... m.ara.fCITCItNI much office confusion and over- -
J. r.. alllW'l.TaUJOIC' I time work. The application for
"; ', '",,1 Our Course ill Be Op theU948\ payment and the worksheets t
.,:t:'i.: UILDINC: PERMITS: I \ for 1949 are .ready for

: f:, p 1 Monday Thru F ays 7:30: P. M, ill T* .MutlK......10101.. CoutKr... lM *Lilnk.rt... Hlork m4Pnltrt K.V farmer signature
ttt. O. *... II hr ,* fI, I.t. 1.l lrntntf VOTE FOR i'4-: '
1 ft ft1 OaOC 01 tram ,WHk..., t.. KM. _* M, l u..,...Whltid I The J. M. Pierce farm, seven .
0a0 oaOe 00 C. / sot b.
!6.rl' :f' -:- -:--_ ._ =- c.. _a_._.____ mlleq west of Hobe Sound Is one \
.. : i I'' '.c'C': '::<<:: 'tf: :: '< :''C'-C '.( -t: of the few farms In Martin
I ,< : ,f'i / I County which will produce next early week .
eggplant Beginning
t ,,1' a I Ben Teppe, manager of this '
e }
Ir ''f 5 4 farm, will begin to pick eggplant R. BAK
from 10 acre In &ddltloJthe) ,
have 20'acre'of cucumber and II .
20 acre of tomatoes. The cucumber

:t I .- JI JII }!! acres of* are tomatoes In bloom are and letting 10

i 'r I', \ I I II' I fruit. .

r I( R [ I lilies Farms Otto for ha O.the. been Hupfel last shipping three of Rupfel weeks Easter R DAY STUART CITY COMMISSIONER EXT

f I' ,' IS. He has approximately five acres I
1 1 11 of young Easter: lilies which will
j jt t I iJ ', bloom the early part .t the year, I
) and about three acre of gladioli "
!: \ a some' of which are beginning to I
I''f I -- HE IS
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i 1 dle considerable fresh produce TIME BEokjSE IT WILL JUMP TAXES, STOP,

1I I J 1 All Nationally Adverted Lines in th/Popular Price Range grown by the farmers In the In- 1
dlantown area. The platformsare BUILDING, AW) HALT OU CITY'S GROWTH.
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-'t I : loaded with yellow and green
4: t HOPE REED X / GAY GIBSON squash cucumber and pepper I
t i; ;, I I Farmers are reporting good HE IS THE Cm.Y CANDIDATE WHO HASCONSISTENTLY
: 1 1"I yield for this time of year, and y
< CLAIRE TIFFANY \ / TRUDY HALL Indications* are that anbther a
bumper crop year will be experienced TOJCEfl THIS STAND. .
I In the Indian town area.
; ,1. 11 GEORGEANNAf JOLLY JUNIOR ...:-...-
l Ii Ira The comparatively cool and
i; i JANE ARDEN A LITTLE dry weather of October and November
: ALICE was very favorable for,

: the Purple development mite Infestation of purple occur.mites. IF YOU VV > NTVo BE SURE

I I+, : ring time between October'
i 1 any
: I IJ \ TOWN AMD COUNTRY and March may cause a very ;
s l heavy leaf drop, especially during I
,, cool dry weather. Twig STUART fipEsSlOT'

n'. p A THE RUIS LINE usually leave die when during they November have losttheir j I THAT. DEFAULT

'" 1t't \ 1fE j and December, and some defoliated
:,1 iI i\ twigs may not die until (
J I '. f fI r t't I' "i: '" SHINES IN/'SUNLAND" LINRN SUITS January.on new Other leaves will until delay Febru-putting I' EL Tv.. R. EB ER

\ ,I f AND R ary or March. upon, close Inspection -
If a few mites arc found
.,'" DRESSES 3 an application of one of the following j h .
1 : jij should be applied: a combination .1 I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR
,' spray of :2/3 of a Ib. of I ,
A: t}: HALF SIZES ARE OUR SPECIAL DN plus 10 IDS. of wetable, sulphur j ,
to 100 gala of water at.
1 i\ t per cent DN sulphur { .
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-I can be used I.I 10 to 1$ Ibs. of
II THE ITTLE DRESS S OP S nutritional spray plus list gal. of I "
lime! sulphur solution concentrate -
I9; J to 100 gals, of water. If '
.I' r, a no purple mite or rust mites are ,!! I W. R. Baker-
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ILLIAMS & SON I this past week: end Wall Dwight SERVICES ANNOUNCEDThe Tallahassee Def 8-More than

Dolllson advertising, manager in
I Her W. K. RoweU pastor ,,160 Floilda young people'wereadded
Federal Highway at First St. EichelbergerBlackbyrnWedding New York, who came for his an- of the Methodist Church ha to the State apprenticexhlp

\ nual winter visit to his cousin, program during November,
SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Fletcher Russell of Dol chosen for his. sermon subject
Ankona. bringing the total to 2.6S2, Carl
SINCLAIR GAS & OIL Scheduled Dec. 18 lison owns river frontage in An- this Christmas Sunday" "The Meaning of B. Smith chairman of the Honda \ -, 1
Muslo in keeping
kona where he will build a win Industrial Commission, announced *
WAS\NO +-- POLISHING -, LUBRICATION By: MRS. VIVA C. ROAT I I! ter home. with the Christmas season will today

i' BATTERIES AND president of fit tucl County Honoring: the birthday anniversary be \used as a part of the worship
SUPPLIES Dec IS Is the date act for the I 1 of their neighbor, Joseph service beginning at 10::45 ".m.
ROAD SERV0 I marriage of Miss Prance Blackburn Federation of Oarden Clubs I t 8. Worthington Mr and Mrs The choir will sing Peace I
to Rand In j assisted by MMarcul; Chancy I John E. Rosenbeck of Ankona Leave With You" by Roberts
Elchelbergei the
I PHONE 91v former president of Capron Trail gave a dinner Nov. 27. card The Methodist Sunday School
I first Methodist Church In Fort I Garden Club and Mr. D. r I game followed the meal. meets at 9:49 a.m. Mr. Rowel "A PETTE.P".
Pierce with the Rev. R, A. Alley I Mrs. Mable Childs of Old said "This an opportunity: for '
pastor of thfc church, officiating Kleth president of the Fort V Greenwich Conn, and Palm everyone\ to attend and engagein
!# i ''v vv v vvv M'waiSTOC1S She U the daughter of Mr and Pierce club, held its tint official i Beach came from the latter city the program of the church.
Mrs. George A Blackburn of the meeting last Thursday afternoon I Saturday for a couple of days There are classes for all age
R Drlv! and he Is 1 tof\ Mr and Mrs. Robert A. Melton' visit with friends along the Drive and If you are not attending T1tIRSTTw
Mrs. Thomas Elcholberger ,of and In Fort Pierce. Among those Sunday School elsewhere we are :
S presided Christmas decorations ;
COMPLETE Hamilton, Ohio. :WILLIAM H. TUCK visited were Mr and Mrs. E. W. anxious for you to join us in NOTI ; '
FORCHRIMAS > Miss Blackburn "attended Ohio wan the theme of the meeting Tuck, American chemist and tins living in the Child1 home, Christian worship and study i1
State University: and 1 II a mem- Artistic window trimming and Mr and Mr. Lane ,Jennings and this Sunday. Be sure to worship :
BUYING | ber of Phi Mu Sorority. Two table iterations were displayedby ,[lid) istnul engineer leas bran Mr. and Mr*. John Roenbeck In the church of your choice, this\
weeks a number of members. Mrs. Sunday and ,evety Sunda,."
Tuesday elected
Our Article* Mr&foo Numerous To Mention S 'Miss ago evening when Mary Lou Cochrane gave a talk unanimously director Enlivening week-end social
Blackburn engagement .on the origin of the Christmas general! of, the International/ Re;* and fraternal affair was the
was announced' she
was -
complimented luncheon business meeting Sat
W/V\MAC'S irs. d'on linen shower by tree, .Later a social hour was enjoyed I digee Of aniz
Mrs R, ; at her IndianRiver Meetings will be the firstThursday I general council which met in ucational Order with. Mr*. R V. Home With U*. I
in each month at the
10. \00 STORE s| home. Quests, for this occasion Geneva Ankeny hostess.Luncheon .
Community Center, Walton. : recently
were Mlsa
I Blackburn'smother was served from a L. FULFOflD
tAi LAA ,IiA/VAA/ UUaiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniitiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs A J Jackson, Mrs lace-covered flower-decked table i
Walter Cochrane;, Mrs: Robert Enroute to Miami for holiday ;J. A. Quette Dr. and Mr*. J A. With members present. Assisting Real Eitalr -,,, ,
visit Mr. and Mrs William
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Melton, Mrs Chester D. Coley were I Gatlin and J E. Pitts Mrs Ankeny was her '
Vaft I IOPrOSITB I Mrs Maydee Hoyt, Mr;. C E. Boeftllng from) St.Albans L. I., Mr and Mr. Henry Paulson daughter-In-law. Mr*. Harold 'iINC SELLING RENTING t'
use of Clipper Clothes Boynton and Mrs. Dale Jacksonof who. stopped in Ankona for an and Mr. Veasy Rainwater fromPalm Ankeny from Fort Pierce PROPERTY MAN .EMENT

i the) Drive and Mrs W. E. MimI, all day visit with Mr. and Mrs. !Beach were luncheon The occasion marked the 19th Write P O. iJR No 4 f fB21
James S. Askin.
i : Mrs Thomas Murphy f Mis Betty Hoeffllng an guest Sunday of A. D. Merwin anniversary: of the chapter North Co! fclo Avenue
engineer with the building de- < *
Joe Stowc. Miss Norma Clola founded to assist
and Arthur Phillips\ at Eden- worthy girl
partment of New York On retirement fj Stuart Fla v
Mrs A. A. Lawton MUM Marie lawn seeking higher education but Phone 31% 4
Abstelrt Mrs Lee Mercer Mrs the Hoefflings antici- Mr. and. Mr. Victor Conklin unable to do so without financial T
s e s I Shlrl Franklin, Mrs E. Smith pate settling here have returned from spending aid. Cottey College, Nava- ...---' .
and MrS. H M. McVey of Fort Bass fishing honor go to Thanksgiving holidays In Lake da Mo. was designated for this '
James S Askln for a 21-lb. beauty -
II Pierce. Como as house guest of the Rev education and PEO chapters '
he brought out of the ocean lOIITANT
and Mrs. L. B. Chase Since return throughout the States provide a I
I Saturday when he and Dr Jim
GARDEN CUB MEETS to Edenlawn the Conkllns loan fund tdr these girls Only ,
*T. LUCll COUNTY BANK'' The Indian River Garden Club Gatlin were surf fishing, at Jensen had as Sunday evening guest, in exceptional cases is this fund I '
109 So. Second Street Tort Pierce = organized two weeks ago under Beach. Mrs. Florence Cave and daugh- not paid back. Girls are taken : COMMER( IL PHOTOGRAPHY
Mr Edward
1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIIIHIrS the direction of Mrs J B. YongeERY and Mrs. Ingles ter Miss Annette Cave Arthur only from sophomore junior and I
and Edward Ingles from Indianapolis
Phillips and A. D. Merwlq. Tuesday senior grades I Real tte Photography
residents In I
their luncheon guests were A Christmas; party It scheduled
Pitchford Cottage were recent Mr. and Mrs Charles Krumm Dec 21 at the Fort pierce homeof I Attractive Photdf. \Vr Fishing Party and Catch.
visitors of Mr and Mrs Fred
from Palm City Mrs Lillian Pentlcoff
Sabin In Ankona.Mr. Albert Befenle Backus noted Coming from Orlando last A\IAL
and Mrs. C. C. Campbellhave PORTRAIT AND PHOTOGRAPHY
artist from Fort Pierce was In week end to visit hit parents
opened their home in An Edenlawn Monday He has used Mr and Mrs. R. T. Johnston In Krueger BldafT Bo\63 Phone 324
kona after number of weeks ,
a scenes from this section for many Walton were Mr and Mr Arthur ht
visit i K,. The
nLLouisville of his paintings.Attending Johnston. Sunday was
bells are owners of the the Veteran of Foreign spent on board their boat flan
Shop in Stuart. call1P-1 Wars covered-dish supperat ing
Mr and Mrs. Joseph headquarter In Fort Pierce Warren Ankeny from Orient
lotion were Sunday Tuesday enlnl were Mr. andMrs. Iowa will\ arrive next Wednesday REAL ESTATE
snack of their
and guests R TJotautpn, Mr and Mrs for his annual winter visitto
I bors.the James S. Askins in Ankona R. V Ankeny: wh Mr, and Mrs: his brother R. V. Ankeny and 'Homea tea and Water ntageReasonable
R. H. Escptt Mrs Ankeny.
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Under the direction of Mrs .n_ ._. \

I Harriet weekly Tuesday jockson women night physical of the WIVES AND MKrHEU Of DRINKING MENALCUHJILSM N Address 4th Street Oppo\e SchoolOTTO

I culture class meeting in Commu-
nity Center Walton, have new
I exercises which follow one another $ree.ssfsllr Te'e'd Wiel, 0, N.spieslisstioa KUBIN
k and not only spell good WHITE ITALta
I figures but health I An hour of 1 Ferni2$0
l Fees Csaersl Ph, 0-0601 Se. r.embu, Fie
social fun follows the work.
are only 25 cents and all womenof
the community are eligible T
Mr. and Mrs Roy Wolf visited
Mrs E R. Eiuey Mid Mr II. Barbara
.f Person Sunday. Wolf. noW ,
BANKING SERVICE ..,. in Miami, was raised In Eden< 1<"

where his father, William. Wolf 'r( ; ,
had charge of a large general .

.' We ilvitc the accounts of y ationer and store This was located across .i: i'l .
the railroad tracks opposite the a. ;
old Eden depot when Eden was: ';,. .'
newcomers the community.CITIZEN&BANKDF. the original home of the pine .
Florida "
apple Industry
Miss France Hallowes and

Mrs. Gardner Nottingham of ,
STUART Fort Pierce were Sunday visitor
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I
Harvey Merwln Another visitor Iie1N t \ GET ,, .j +

was L. Sllvestro of New York VINFORMATION '1' S* .
Member: Th Federal Reserft System, and nfleral Deposit Insurance Corporatloa Mr and Mrs, Edward Falrburn *
Ensey returned to their home in 1 I AND $

1 Miami after spending a two- '4' + TICKETS K II
week vacation with his parents. l
T Bank of ersonal ServiceNOTES Mr and Mrs E. R. Ensey in Walton Wel) in advancer 4b '

Arriving next week to spend J Right Now re

The CONVENIE* wj* to save is with a modern I the Christmas holidays with his if
ADD-0-BANK. OlLY/W with your personal key. uncle and aunt Ma). and Mrs possible
Available Now. A. 8. O'Brien of Walton, will be
DeplilfBoxe i '
Some Safety Arthur Flynn from Rlverdale- e

on-the-Hudson, New York
.-- .- Mr and Mrs. Harold Jameson
rr and Mr and Mrs George Sullivan GO EARLY /

have returned to their homesIn h fjacsAtua
Rochester, F Y.. from having i e if plans permit

spent the Thanksgiving holidays: >

uel P with Mr and Mr*. E. R. Escott in are.-.I. .,.esL ta so n ea.INtORMATt0N .
dli n Pat Hutchinson has returned -
IItiddb" Mass \ oeciMalt !t, u, s0
to Jensen Beach after ,
sans e. a u rare M.r n..ba1
three week in Cleveland, where ,\ Oec1Atelt 24, 25. SCjs
she took a special course In facials ,lw..Mlan rM.v..4.nl Nysss..
and is now "
and manicuring
:, eeesesea sr-so
connected with her mother Mr. 4 sl.n sw..nl.nes.w.os.
Ethel Hutchinson, who operate 1
1 ,
plClMnlt al JANYART '
the Jensen Beach Beauty Salon. i I
v Mr and Mrs. J. R. Harper from .
C ;
Hartford Mich, are enrout here t Cl wn.d.e Fw teen rMasM i
l ll to spend another winter at Eden-.

lawn. Harper wad formerly superintendent The best datesare
of schools in Wllraette -

+ l n"A IlLIndian the Most Fun!
) River Drive resident
I have Joined strongly in the new
oi tirt I
} lie's J ly-formed Pelican Yacht Club on r

Causeway Island, Fort Pierce. IT'S eas1 to jet real enjoyment from your Christmas trip ', 4+r'"" '

4 Tonight marks the first social this year go Greyhound, and go ft early a* you cant I Take a t
Commodore F. F. RoweU '
the occasion. Members look: at the suggestions we'v mJt, to you can plan for the .1f
1 host
rs -for
from the Drive attending best Holiday travel you've ever/ad-ln comfort, on conven ,

ore Mr. and Mr*. Douglas Silver ient schedules, and at fire tffat are atilt so low they're 8 fARt Y' {

1 + Mr. and Mr. Robert A. Melton, fashioned dd your Chr'/mil Travel Shopping Early! AT THE ST ITION ,

Mr. and Mrs. C. O Coley Mr. and
Mrs'Edwin Burn Mr. and Mr*. 4...ie Sam CNe U''f 7au4
and MM .
Dan McCarty Mr. '

Ruehl W. Koblegard, Mr and WEST PALM BEACH J/' NEW YORK .. _uu 23.52 GIFT SUS ; '
Mrs. William! O Padrlck, Jr., Mr.
happening(< J& 2 .9Z
'r Yon never wly and Mrs O. L. Peacock Mr and FORT PIERCE C'

.t the other end of \P I lines t That' why Mr*. Ray Van Saggren, Mr. and VERO BEACH *. /5 ST. AUGUSTINE .... 3.68 'FL VCatto

ails boats Mrs. A L. Shulhoff. Mr.'and Mrs. MIAMI /.07 KEY WEST __ 5.87 DRIDA g Iq
to u u'
2' it' important ;I
Vreach the JACKSONVILLE _/4.31 TAMPA 4.60. h AUFORNIA '
for party
+ minute your .
telephone-anJ$just a* iVorlant to WE BUY Junk, NM ISW ,.+...,, a. 'Ii" iJsdlee'a..."HI,,; r ddeiN v'eoeonoe,

answer your ewn calls as mptly s. wrecked cars, p Zee .t7 <.I e'm" w 9s# esscl tee'k'

off la copper .and s.O .
>\ possible Being consider e GREYHOUND BUS STATION;

w' better telephone *ervlc for1 ev na PARTS CHISHOLM'S .CAFETERIA: Phone 321GREYHOUND' ,-. I

MI ialM1M4'rPis. th Dixie Highway
gouiwUN Sett TIUP !ef AnteJto ? ort Pireo : .

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I I" I fa I\I Quirt modest Mt Dora has particular publication being ', I I
t "" [made a flume for herself" a* an 110! meritorknu a* to require. a i i. the HYPNOTIC/IKE
net I 'J""I'"/" II itstunding convention city. Thenenre I liprcial claisificalion.I : '
I was "Interesting to note that SPELL, which the
/ in "which lliii 4 r BONDHOLDERS,
I enterprising
! CUD l : fa the weekly field two
i general
pT V !, 'I J T p II ik'' County community played t of the award went to paper. rmb. have cast upon the tax. / (
; I i ,\, \ :t :I '. p dtant.)! .1\\ the largest gathering of I''lads d by women, the Hedland Diitrkt Stuart to the tune of an/ LEGAL
Adspan ; t 'I 11 w, folks/ovei assrmt/led: la the I New of Homestead, publishcd DEBT that
I : ; ; approximat (Princi
fWltluJ' A lw. -Jal/: creditable indeed. by Polly lines'Bulfe and the ;
was !
Paim 4 4racWf 'i; ; ,. fortunate in having one of 'the Cocoa Tribune, published by Mrs. ... ."' w t pal only, let alone ttffe interest)'

; ,i ,1' ::: j .mrt: '....011' hotels the Lakuskl Marie 11ol desrnss. h, amounts to Four H. /red Dollars''

bl' ,! 4'' ,a. ,, I itit, the nhnre of Lake Dora,'; shod Mixing. common homespun sense humor, Edmund with I' ; :( t ($400.00)) each agairjft every ma I I
I .,,11..i a number" of other "
..'a child
'J : .mullet\ hotels pITeriug excellent U Harding the Tarheel Hum- : ; woman 0 / tuart?
;t I'c, ;, mmodutions at nominal rate 6rM" of Washington, N. C. banquet ..k s This DASTAR /Y, ILLEGAL
l lJ ld
.J I I I I.>. -Ukxl) tha Mt. Dora Chamber of speaker entertained with/ a "' ,f I Obligation has bee /given the 'brushoff '
I C mmcro8 to invite the Florid talk that will long be rememberad. I
I by the /dIy to be '
fust Association to meet there, Hi nibjectMio'i' .uppo guardians -.
LJWIII (I I All d"ubtsanyone may have hut \\'li<\" left plenty of fullfn'l of trust of Stpart, who in realityare

""I'' tu the ability of this imal] town wisecracks and he mad most parasites, stfwly sucking the financial
of it. I
h> handle"iiioh a convention; were, i
3"f I hl'l\ Sometime a person can get by Life-Bipod from this COm
dispelled'' \ tliose! attending exptfiumtd '
{ .". 'I the worm hospitality nu bluff or by sheer accident, heDiluted j ,munity? BanUn forever this hideous,
I s and/ wonderful. cooperation, not { out telling about the high
who asked her nightmare wjflch places the shacklesof
, of school girl! Will by
I It only ; the local.townsfolk but
j( teacher if the could I DEBT onfevery unborn
l lI of Lake County as well. geography babe for
If ,: 41t While, most of the time devoted name the capitol of Alaska, The I generation 0 come.
All rmine tavtd. by tAKK's; l1lI1vrnfiIt''at""' to used for I (to tnuiines session wo over girl. plied "no'm." Absolutely
: "free putUjzin. tin >oo uirle( which wcehIt* food And textile given correct the teacher said btamtng.I I
:: parcels Urnlrv (.'"(lI"gwlS Kvroirtj xi-lfc, ,.-/ air. 1I11f'mplo'f') (Wan I to" discussions of those problem, I. Nome, in the cunilot of AlaskaEvery i THIN FOR YOUR ELVES
j peculiar to newspaper
I .. inotlu-r "I l 10 children" ., iwivei.. Ire gift of operation '
iii Allan .nut l minute that the w9
.' tq;, '4 .16. had! parcel. cARE: all \mal [packages. f for gMdu td .. consider new folks mid did serious take time'out 'to, not l 'In loonies session group Mt Dora' Why are the taxpayers reatened with an increaeJ.>f interest to Eighty( One
"i'!'t' .. in Crete, huw >be .11Wd 'for UO.OO) each from CARE' 50 22'1 boss an flood control, state citrus probe and J had:: niiiw, form of cutertMinmeiit: I Thousand Dollars ($81. 0.00)) Annually,instead of a real, honest to goodness

}, r'.t 7 St.. Stw cols.- ._-------'--" oilier' that directly) affect the public awaiting tliein iiH'luding a tour of simple explanation of the\cal truthful situation /It actually exists l''
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Ilk and
i and the interest'' ai presented by Senator city fur a bridge party. style And ANALYZE the F\ TS that HENRY P. YONS has consistently been
STOP SERVICE STATION dots of rest room enforcement Spessard L. Holland: dtnvr the Ltdir") ('(l ktail par
I \ 1 I "REST' nte I of the Jay which Florida editor end! publishers tin, and. a hart trip through the I bringing to light, facts tha& ave been BURIED Purposely by those who expect ,'
/ j) r Board of Healthworking makes it mandatory for such t"K.bantlng Like. and canals! from '
1 I : "I lf n through local healthdepartmente are keenly' ] aware, of the position to profit from you taxpaye* f : I< 'I j
I : i I place to be sanitary," he pointed tJt.hold! informers and Mt Dor to Leesburg. Dynamo !
\ ;:: will redouble Its tt- ) tu public
torte tc set that filling I etatlonemaintain out. "All count; taniUrlant hose, always sought earnestly to of the convention was alert Bill HENRY LYONS .;
,i : ,': clean real rooms, David have been urged to tighten up on know and Understand the prob- Wells, genial secretary of the local HENRY P. LYONS IS'' NO | A "HAND-SHAKER' : "
i'' '. Chamber of Commerce who !knew
.B. Lee chief sanitary engineer > their routine inspection to tie Mean affecting public interest and
f" t declared, here today I, that the required high standards in' them! nil the answers and could provide T
I ..' "The Slate Board of Health Is I of cleanliness are being maintained rrprel anything from boby-tiuera'.to'
f wai keen hi the report HENRY P LYONS IS AFISTED
charged: by law with the Inspec bonded lImuhlm.ELECTED JUAN ,
t cu; the Newspdper" Contest Com .
i! f I mitter. thaigxl with the responsibility I ,
,,!! of electing outstanding I FPA HEAD. HENRY P. LYONS has the Ex rience, ack-bone and Knowledge to evaluatand

l: newspapers'. ( : In versus clanification help solve the By-Lined B nketedMillion Dollars ($1,000,000.00)) bond,
This was the first such
tint! conducted since before con-the ed indebtedness of years stan g. / I A

: (he beautiful sterling silver] p1.'q"prontdol ATTENTION OVER ONE.R AGO.
l j al awards by'the Flurid.t1':1lioUItI
1 l\i.'I"
: Croup of Banks and certitRatis THINK! THINK for yourselves: I

MEETINGYour by the. Empress" Engraving What have the present INCUM NTS DONE during the past year to-

f : Ounpjtuy.WfiuiM In the metropolitan daily wards solving this ILLEGAL B DED INDEBTEDNESS 1'? Is it true

\ { class. was the Miami Herald, 1st that my opponents'now on the it' Commission and seeking re-election.-r-.

I.ft. $, Petersburg Times, 2nd, and e this time, did not know that Kelt and Krueger had a SUIT against the
1\ Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with Palm Beach Times, 3rd. JH the
1L : second classification: made Up primarily BOND-HOLDERS and the T< !WN f STUART until the City Commission

\ t t the Tourist Club and City of Stuart officials, will ol dailies published in received a Bill for LEGAL &ERV ES from the CITY ATTORNEY for .

n I smaller towns, the Ft. Myers News- II work that he had already done in cc: ection with the Keith-Krueger 'suit
; l. t Stuart Civic Center at 8 next Monday Tress was 1st; DcLand Sun-Newt '
meet : p.m. in
1 1 2nd. ak! Sarasota HeraldTribune3rd defending this ILLEGAL BOND D INDEBTEDNESS ,;?...? .?. .-
:: night. Dec 13 There will be a short session to I "
I t' t. t I frat-tioilly all of the weekly pa IS IT YOUR NEIGHBOR ? T 7 1 T YOUR BANK T r ? 11
; j If '" t adopt the budget-after which good fellowship will pet came In the third'classifica IS IT YOUR ATTORNEY ? '? ?/ ISl T YOURSELF 77 7
I tioa: and selecting. winners In this LOUIE a WADSWORTH IS IT YOUR STOREKEEPER't|r T IS THE ELECTED OFFICIALS ? 7 T

;. ,; prevail. I class judges Wit because a real!of headache the general for the excellence Wadsworth of Live Oak, publisher OR WOULD IT BE THE ESENT OR 'AST CITY COMMISSIONERSor

''1 \ I. I of'so many papers In the of the Suwannee Demo- PAID CITY EMPL YEES OR BO 77 ?

'group, btit\ the final! choice\ gave crut, Branford( Herald J and,Mjyo THINK for yourselves -J yare certain p ople including elected and paid
.r The Stuart News: 1st, Redlund Free Press, was unanimously City Officials fightin and spending the XPAYERS' MONEY to keep a
YOU ARE INVITED District News 2nd 'and Cocoa (
I Tribune 3rd elected Press Association president of the Florida annual Million Dollar ($1,0(*,000.00) Illegal De% on the Town of,Stuart ? ? %

: I A special! award was made to lit its THINK! This MILLIO DOLLAR ($1,000, )0.00) ILLEGAL DEBT 'IS
Sun-Tattler the convention in Mount Dora recently.
\\J the Hollywood as
I outstanding weekly 1 in Florida: NOTHING : MORE JTHAN A PYRAMID OF A ONE HUNDRED

I ATTEND' THOUSAND ($1 000.00) debt again the old ''Town of Stuart, plusa
5 BOYS couple Hundred hou.and of Ba "BOOM-
KEY CLUB MEET "Carpet- BONDS issued by
j eI TIME" promoter/plus a defaulted judgrmfct taken against Stuart by a
I I Five member of tne Key Club Surety Company fen the Fourth
Happy at Martin County High School pavinl contract 1 !
returned last night with O. H. 'THINK! We have ifit lost this MILLION DOL A.RS (1000000.00) yet.

TIlton of,the Hobe three-day Bound, after annual attending This outstanding debt was taken against the dbmmunity in a 1942 DEAL

I SHOULD AY SOon In State Pensacola.convention of 'Key Club (CALLED R UNDING) shortlyafter war wL declared, when our court

Boy* attending were Jesse try and our hofies were in danger. It was durirV this international unrest,

i ;II ,x Qulgley, Donald Bowden, who during this *isis when you were losing youV SONS and I LOST MY
the lined was a candidate for State lieu
t my was tenant-governor. Rudolph Krueger SON ,,- Whef our BOYS were fighting and bei aimed, a SINISTER
l Beach Brook and Bert "GANG" got*old of' City Hall power and have klpt that POWER because
t Clements. 'The latter wu selected
a it'sI from the quintet to visit of L"A-C-K if f Interest in local politics by the citizln* and taxpayers, whose
.1 an aircraft earner' at anchor chief intereinterested was running while loVal officials were
now at Peiuacola; The group a war, Stuart's l I public
.I.Ic left Saturday for the convention i Dollars, Dollars that were nothing m \e than war profiteerting -
Sunday through, Tuesday and Dollars
started home yesterday morn-
fll S ,. Ing. THINK! Don' misled)
; s by front-page propaganda wit\ an EIGHTY ONE
STUART CLERGYMEN THOUSand D DOLLAR ($81,000.00)) scare, called\ncrease in Interest

c 4 LEAD EADIO" SERVICESThe als he word "MANDAMUS, because there u o\ record$ in our Mar-

I TAKE MY/CLO S TO. mOm1n""i"'d"oUon from a tin CoThos. ty Court House a Judgment, ''taken by DEFAULT against

: : Station be conducted WIRA by Fort Stuart Pierce clergy will Cook et al last July 1948,, (less than 5 months ago) CHANCERY -

every Tuesday morning at 8:30.: LE No. 1595. IF IN DQUBT. GO SEE FOA YOURSELVES.
1 3 The Ref R. W. Acre was heard Thos. W. C k and madea
SHOT ComPany the
THEW Tuesday and the Rev. R. M. Fen- are' Fiscal Agents 'with whorAthe City
ton will be the leader next week. BOND DEI PL. A &

Ii i i' '.: They Come Ba Then Too-For Small Outlay of Cat I Brings Mea and Dr.W.Dr.X.Cannel Rowell on..ltIlead Dee 28.Dec. 21 beli e this judgment make the present outstanding BONDS. absolutefyHLt.5o. '

Large Return in Convenie The Stuart clergy are also conducting WOR \ ,3

I a a Bring Your Clothe to U* While You Do YoV Chrut' '' Jail every service Sunday at afternoon the county at The BON -HOLDERS: had their ,day in Court, did not take adv tag OF 1 IT'
j t mat Shopping They will b* ready for yodn 45 ,'::15. and -
I a ___ are o w depending or probably; were depending on the preserV City ConJjonty
ii minute Clean White and Ready for the line
: missionlessness valw--
I MAHRIACa APPLICATION recuperate their now worthless BONDS'\om
.. paper
anal M.r.h.11. *lp n 4 0MnMon
So Vfu May Not Have To Wait ,. li I r ay We Suggest That You a a..,r....Mawbea"........*tu WMI .hen. an.h.W THIN I want again to repeat when you MESS WITH A MILLI N DOt
O.krt.1. Wet tOm L S YOU
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: 40s.. Dry' Weight 10 Automatic Bendix Washers I 1 AND LIVE. .

ONLY Befo you VOTE Think for Yourselves, Your Family, and Future. Genera? D1 ,

THE WASH-0-MAT Shopping

c. R. HElSLEY, Mgr ''t Till Chris HENRY a P. LYONS

'I f + !1 Osceola Ave. (hone 364 Slwwt, fla. t I. (PAID f'II.ITKAL" .

Sak .., .1.1.110. ,, H" .Y ',' aala7..r.aviry'Jv1M.atW. < ,..,_. .",,. Y La1'' k ,,," "'P.. ..If'L.mlaw I '",, ;''..,,,_, .IA. aao "" .--, .. ... +,t.. ...,." ', .1.w.v.'lI..t.. .' ... '..... ....,; .... .:". .... ,, "'t.... .....,......... 1_ .

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I port The tf rq monUily She Market-Fort--commodity shows Pierce' 146747 States reI .I 1r. ri e .r x I Don't Want To Behaved "

nllts'>;Wduet sold' for $659,- .
.. ,
, 1 J during November, /
Thal toport by Manager M X. .
'flillalft" state_i US,054 field j

asgtithae!, price grossed be- t a By Non. Tax Paying Men !

InI $0,M. 12411 field crates of, w.".
pint atoea grossed $36553 ,',
rich average price being *2.93;

S34S3.Ith 1S569 :bu. of average cucumbers price grossed$2,22; Next Tuesday you will vote for two City Comm Sli & All of them want, $, '

14 bu with of average lima price tan'being grossed*5; to be elects The word is out that some of them wan/to default on the bond'.: ;
W beam ,.. ,'. ..... interest of St art, thereby throwing into of '
I bu.ot green map grossed Heret ; Or .LOW' us a state ankruptcy., Why? If-:: S
b6,70.wi h average price, being11M luxurious Angel lye: view the mow .UIIHU, inane a mitimity ennui n HI tin w some of you x-paying people tell I would like with '
can me to along : .
; ,604 bu ot f .Bell peppers thing' \*-WI"S the' new Clipper' America; that completely relaxes the go
Iti first
Jrowei'Ml' '." with A dllllt.lc-kxk plane, It the passenger them. The cO biped tax paid to the of Stuart
average gives passenger! free. flight will KB between San Francisco' and Hono City bjfthree of these men equals .::::
yellow price }belAg.crook-neck W.58 and,40 squash bu grossed of ,before.dom of,ronwment With lounge, which:bar,him bertha n \'eI'II and' .hef-cookcd available. lulu, and linn between New York and London the huge sum ol $202.42. The debt service part is orjly $120.90 as part of it is ;:::: '

SS4.50 with average.price beInf -- -----, not assessed at \0 mills as your inventory uptown i /assessed. ''Most merchants:

! ,MJ4SaleV-on the produce live. FEC to Operate Big Winter On Its northbound trip the Vatulioiur and business me\ of Stuart pay more taxes than thf above mentioned. """"
stock and poultry markets oper- ; will leave
Miami at 4 :43p
tied edits by the, With State good have offering continued :in., Stuart at 6:44'p.m.., arrive: There have bten accusations as to the swindle If the people in the old boncJTsettlement. :: '

ud relatively satisfactory prices Fleet; Schedules Listed JHkwMivillo, 11:33, pin .owl the This rkay be or may not be the case. f If men in Stuart will takC= '
reported L.for Wilson the last director week said of next day is due in Washington money in a bond dkal in. order that they may reafi personal profit at the ex::::.':
State William Markets. ."Due to abnormal Florida Eait Coast Railway Florida Special Win Ixs !n ngiifatcd > JaO r.lII New Yorke15, ; p.m. pense of the people of their community they are fiwer than 'a Saboteur in time
I warm the weather peak of during the tomato No- w. Strvice wit Involve the operation tad day earlier, thud planned, The Washington section of the of war. At the sam time it is legal and there is othing that can be done about
,tember oreweat at Fort er.tWI: breached of 10 trains dully In each di.lrctkm mashing Its first trip from New Florida Special, In addition to it. As we stand at tie cross-roads, we owe $1, 0,000.00 to the various bond
during this between Jiclsoinillt, and York next \\ednesday, and from providing through sleepers! from holders. Some of than are Stuart men. About J55 per cent are not.
dead of the middle of Decem- Miami it i is unnouncrj Tins is Uiam D,.'<:. 17 The Vacationer Washington will carry a through!
ber u previously reported Quality font more trains euthvuv than and a Washington section, ( the. Pullman from Boston Over the
tomatoes Is good, but o The original'
the borrbw
of for
when in
was $600,000.00ith that
now in schedules an agreement
running medium to KTVICCinttr : Florida Special will begin opera Florida East Coast Railway these
dais l naB-Are-a result of the warm] are to go into elicit Mcmdily tim Die: 17 from New York, Doc curs. will be handled on the Calf default the interest would be 6 per cent per a num. This happened and when .
weather1"Tomatoes. Service from New lorle \ViMhb .. 13 from Miami. Stream leaving Jacksonville 9:10a.m. : the bonds were refund d we owed another $6 0,000.00, making a total of $1,- ..
Bold the Fort awl tin E.i l the Florklu .,
\gtcm over The Florida Special will afford arriving Stuart 2.06 p.m.
Fierce auction this last week for East:: COUHI Railway) will| am dunce ,,Pullman equipment. In and Miami( at 4:30,p.m. North. 200,000.00 to the new tond holders. There Fas a small part of the original I
price ranging". A from total f2.volume to $610 of I slit. oj tin\ turns duly, in each chiding many drawing room and bound they will leave Miami 12:45 loan 'paid to the City Mayor and to the Cou :ilmen, and my understanding is''
O.31S iwraglBg produce wa.1 dmtliim: ", Three seasonal trains! :tom' hmtment: cars' and a room pm.. on the Culf Stream, leave that 4th Street was pay d. The rest went d m when the banks went broke. It
ect"m chill In added!. to .1.| cite-Irudnum l It scheduledIn Stuart 3.03 ,
Kov 29 thrliugh'fire. preoiit yiurrraiiid tui is p m arrive Jackson
seems that no in Stilart received be fits from the deal. Therefore this
1, with tomatoes representIng I ( then I Due to heavy duirund w'lye'ew! York southbound file 805: pm reaching Wash any :
U109 units" I /0'' sn| "'... he all.Piillmun,; 1 1'10 p.m.. Washington 5:25 p.m. ingtoii at 10:19 next morning is another case of payin for a dead horse. ,
-- --- -- -- Down the cast coast it will leave Boston 10:10 next evening !
I J.,clwnville 7:20: ...m.. arrive Stu. Present coach streamliner between In 1933 there was pa sed by the Florida Legislature the following enabling1"' ;,
12:16 and and the Florida
art : p.m. Miami at 2:40: Chicago
p.m. The northbound run pro eel coast Will be supplementeddining act, or a law: To limit to 25 mills for ordi ary purposes. This means for operational
vidcs .1 i t:20 p.m. departure tnun the Winter by fur, one- expense as we knew? it. .
Miami/ :1:;J8 p.m. from Stuart mght-out (coach and Pullman '
mid 8:40 p.m, arrival at Jacksonville trains. They will ajtcrtiute every 'Said Commissioners '
City pf said Muni pal Corporation shall levy against
It is due Washington! third day over their! respective
130( next morning New York! rrHiteS, The Florid Arrow is to aforesaid such sums as may be necess ry to pay the interest and to provide ;
/ t:50: p.m. i "begin operation Sunday from Chirigo a sinking fund for the ultim te'redemp on of any outstanding bonds of the :
i The Vacationer this season will i the Dixieland Monday unc City bonds which be issue in accordance with law
or to
]provide through reserved feat I the Snnthawr. Tuesday Schedule" any may paY' any :
cMclic' from New York and out oF Chicago! at 8:45: in the judgment against the City, and any / um that may be commanded to be
I V .uliinglon!( through Pullmans morning, these trains will leave levied by any mandamus legally issued against the City of Stuart." ,
Coe1MiI I(Inca the nine 'points and a t"'emLlunget Jacksonville 12.05 noon arrive f '
Is dhtduled out of New !Stuart 3:04: p.m. and Miami 'at
York southlioiiiid lit 9:30: a.m. 7:50 p.m, Northbound they will Now this law means simply that i we default the bonds as of today the' i
Washington 203 pin. And willn "leave Miami S:43 am, Stuart courts have the right to set up'a y vy that they may deem fit to care for the. ,"
mh ca-sj,: voaaf\' ,points! early. the4nlhrwlug 12:10: p.m., arrjve Jacksonville t.' interests of,the bond holders. Aft today w; are paying 2 per, cent on our w
( \Oioniiug, arriving ,in,>..fi'jinl <;.V) pms: alld Chwugo 6:43 next .'r "
;lit J 11I.05 I a m," Owning bonded indebtedness. As soon as wfe efault, according to the contract, we agree"to

-. -. .-.--- : ..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-, _-. pay six percent, or have the inte'st accumulated as in the past. There is ncr : .
business of any size that can afford 5 or 30 or even more mills assessed against {lY"
it for debt service in addition to resent 25 mills for operation Another

thing, as some of you will remei b when a Town or a man is fouled up financially ..
there is no one to com fto ir aid. :
for ,.
As you know, for the pasjjf few yNlars I have taken a part in the affairs of :

the City and County. This I / ave done with careful study and consultation. ;

lilUUlUM Today I feel that I have giv n you th'el. best for the good of the most of us, : '

notwithstanding the oppositi in some c se.' I want my friends to disregard :

anything that might have ppened in that past.' To disregard the past entirely.,*: '

Reflects Your Good .Tmste and to look to the future of" JBtuart and Martin\ County.

As we recognize the fact today we are stuck, and good. At the same timeI

STERLING SILVER feel that as we build, awl we have placed many new inventories, homes and
business houses on the taX rolls, that we will Won be able to present to the Re.
International 0J ,construction Finance Core, a most favorable case in order that we might borrow

and enough money to call i iff the present bonds andyefinance over a 30-year periodour
f present indebtedn Soon we will have to\borrow money for needed im
Whltjolmcs g i r provements. This we&annot do if we are in suit.

and EdwardaFSilver f : f Tuesday
There must be pme thinking done next and I would like to think ,
1 1847 Rogers ver
that you will go to /be polls and, vote, to keep youta- homes, apartments, busi
v=> tJ ParlV Pen andTPencil* nesses, etc. in a gold financial shape. One of these men that wants to save us
Imperial Pearls pays.a debt servic//I.of only $29.00 on his home an \business and $20.00 debt:

BU BILLFOLDS service on his business inventory. Think this over befdre you vote next Tuesday., .

Tiffin Crystal t Carved 6f: ...PROUOLY GIVEn There have Been all kinds of claims of skulldugge: 'n the last bond settle

..PRDUDLY. RECEIVED q rrient. Today SUart is. doing O. K. Could it be possibl that some of the big;
holders of Bondf might have some one on'the payroll >rder that they might'
MAMOTID and WEDDING RINGS accumulate 6 pfr cent on these bonds as your Town'' and ou and I flounder? h

Our tock Is Replet With Many More Gift' Item of

4? Lasting, Beauty and Quality y Yours Sincerely \

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I ". ; CH l IS.. MAS SHOPPING is of combined tourist fellowship Martin meeting County : COMMISSIONSEEN Phone 193

\' t at I"!'! Chamber. of Commerce and D.7 lldozer with Blade or ake
,r ;: | Tourist been let club-for (membership pro Monday has at NEEDED Iso !/:.y.rd Draglin.
''r' I.. ;2: w.w.jM. c's 1\ the ber will Civic hold Center a short The business Chamr- j See Us For

J l; t gsIMf' : I session to adopt Ito budget, alter Cleani .. .. Grading D thing
5 $1.00 ST \ reform
CUD .4 1'' ,=I which\ newcomers and area residents single) tax appears Etc. '
. ATVPaJra )l'',I, ,;: Dr an and. Look Our Our 5t I will make ana renew acquatntances' III.. promise more in Florida town Diking,
: Stuart city official \ ijw crrulhn irf a properly staffed,,
, Ad';'; :' r 'V W V'' f V V 0 V.W V fl V m Vt\ V HIV'V' VJW m@!J *; will be present*to welcomethe ,adequately (financed and fully
j'l' visitors ,
lPan i\\ ,{' ._ .... .. .. 1"'I\Il'.d. Tax Commission Dr
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T-uiiUh: C. Bljham. of the Uni-
WIthitactll : : unity! of FkuxU<1. loU the an-
!)" I ::1" 'i 1' uiuil meeting of the Florida Tax A striking new convertible with many unusual features and i

, Ilbl_, ,; rt(1.bit'3" '' :; : Jt Y Notice to All Merchants and Tradesmen mnlhThus 1"1)11'3",, : AsiocI'Hi"m in Tampa re i. exceptional thfe country" by highway on English performance! company, This has just model been,has 1\Introduced 1-piece. curved Into scious ree-Ripened

,,, } : .. does an..tht1hatiorually WfadshirU" ant vvibihtv fa ta gnat, thai! the driver can era both
', t )1 .4>- recogi,lad tent expert confirm theptat"iN front! fenders, puling the car easier and safer to operate Known f
:" : : ) l" Mjwienee! 01 Covenarf'khvr2 as the Atlantic, tins new convertible has (rauh button controls\ for
: EXHIBI PACE FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL mist, l Governor }| '; rll t' ; : : (now V. S. & ",(?*) who declared ,, uphoitlttv Rood tests indicate that the 2.900.IIJ Atlantic
," ; jt tile conclusion of rah/ adminiiinlknt with its very high compression talks! of 7.5 to 1 1. will g* more than
: '' ,' INDIAN TUVER FES VAL ,, "One more vltul) step hii 90 mils an hour, It is expected that t the new model will VJ! Jxmt f
\' \I i"<<"It'l 1'1| round mil the program 22 miles a gallon: of (gasoline
f. r'i "f equalizing assessments\ The I Order Your Christ As Fruit Now!
:i FORT IERCE, FLORID (brat: jxrmiiwiit plan Is to create BUOYS FIXED IN INLET nel,at 8t.Lucle Inlet, It was announced -
., : I L new St(,ta Tax Commission!! on here thta week by the 1 Shipped direct from th vs by express to its
I I. basis fir removed Four buoys have been established
as us possible destination.,
It ilj! JANUARY >7 TMRU. 24 :I:11''ft\! psliiki"A Stale.! Tax Commission. baa mark the and,newly-dredged four ,numbered Chan-to in 7th have Miami Coast been established Guard Buoys S, 4,and( and No t i I Full Bushel of Select Oran s. $500

fit en recommended) ) hv every com has been re-numbered 8. No. 3 Express prepaid

I J!I Will Go On Sale at 10 A. M.\[ /day, December 14 '(pelent toJkd! ; authority the Florida who tax had aUwlllon.it ever, VfcVetfayiLKTEN to t. No Ltd 11 and Na7tof3.. Full Bushel of Select Crasf fruit an ranges. ='y!

1\ t i'' AT THE 't ass, pi luted out "" FOOT SPECIALIST Express prepaid
\\Ith/ rflicknt administration! of
Im asseesing and collecting Dr \ ,MAC.'IOU CAN STILL c'htrapodlt Full Bushel of Select C pefrmt, >;
: q5 1 FORT PIERCE COMUfuNlW CENTER Bigliam! dVIirrd' large turns of REINSTATE YOUR SI INSURANCE It.- New Fars Puno 05.5.5_ tUF5CDEa Express prepaid ...... $450
"wUhtiUiiat,; ) revenue can be raisedvitlnmt wmOUT TAKING A PMVS1CAU t. poaull
I I..i' hi the! imposition of new EXAM,IF IT WASNT LAPSED FORMORE P.-. !
Space will be alloted on a first comf first served is, and space must be lum did,illxMit further burdensinxiii THAN THREE MONTHS -- .. -- FRUI OLD IN GROVE
r'' 1 ,' t, .' paid for in advanfl at time of reservakn, ,. those who IHIW pav" their t('< Icare.'In bus $1.50
I, Rides $3 and JOper front foot-Minimum k feel thcv livi of high taxes. i Oranges, per

i H: j \ / 4>" \ a\\.11 this..--1 l .is one ml.rw sanely that"':".i any dcsiril k-gislitor!( k. objective could ONLY 13 I I! Grapefruit, per Wihtl, a SI 5oMA

I I Iii, R,gl;I"II in painted! out that a1t Jel
IIt.t.;, INDIAN FESTIVAL ,i5'' t fin nnus-sion. would tatwp I
t Shopping Days
'''' I cn absorb legitimate: 1 local i 'I
tin tiiim, bet l "oil the contrary, 'I I 3 miles So of Palm City. End of Mapp Rat dCrdera
i COMMITTEE. II n i means IIf aiding and. niprHm Till Christmas ft
"r. JCS. DALLETT, MJ P O Box 431 tncil I flki.ls giving them IG talc office in Post Office Arcade Bldg,
j ""pH.\' | c'(1 lorlmkiiies' IK"Iplug them Ii I
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Ii Some Questions I Have! Been Asked And A. Few AnswersAlthough : _

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\ ; i -I am not, .a candidate' for reelection, I feel. 'that- the taxpayers. of Stuart' 'are :entitled, 'I"to ..know: )'I" ; ,t : ,; ,.. .

where I stand On a question which 'directly affects every Stuart resident. '
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\ 1 ALL OTHER MEMBERS dlXCHE CITY COM. WHY ARE YOU SO ANXIOUS TO PAY THISINTERES'T it.is today, and figure 'ouijrfffat they would do to

I ti NEWS GIVING THEIR POSITIOT I ON THE For the City of Stuart to fail to make its interest /0'DON'T YOU KNO ALL THIS PUBLICITY IS

t BOND QUESTION. WHY DID YOU NAVE when and for in the bank KEEP
payments as provided HURTING ST >*RT? WHY DON'T YOU
'l t ONE ruptcy refunding agreement,' when a debt servicetax QUIET? I

I II I!,' I i As neither Commissioner Coleman I nor myself atI has, been? already levied and partially collected, C tfnly it is hurting Stuart. Plans to buy property

I.. I up for re-election, a simple statement by the News would be to put Stuart over a barrel and give the nd build here will be held up until this is settled,

g that we were opposed to a default seemed sufficient idholders a paddle. I still own no bonds.: and very,probably some will permanently can-

without direct statements by us. I am strongly WHY YOU SO BULL-HEADED IN OPP( celled, but if mere talk of a default hurts business

:: opposed to any default, regardless of what you ING TH SCROWING OF THE INTEREST just what effect would the actual default have?
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\t Uii', I do not own any City of Stuart'bonds, and never' The City of Stuart wemSng jankruptcy. under the MONTHS BEFORE YOU HAVE DEFAULTED?
\ t't'I have owned any. Wilcox Act. What we rano j definitely coveredby and
Because that is what the refunding agreement
law and courttf oers. The ofcter which requires
,:J;, the bonds themselves ]It is true that we have
3 i i' WHAT DOES A FARMER KNOW ABOUT.BONDS. the City of SU rTl to have certain fuWs in a certain six months' time "to correct such default" before
bank at ajffinite time to interest
I'j ANYWAY? j pay UPP11 Pre that and
I \ merry-go-round of mandamus, judgments
sentecfcnfothat bank for payment 'does noTfre the
little. As member of the Everglades Drainage increase of interest six cent
Very a rate from two..to per
.I C'any right to change the 'time or methootwl
Board, appointed by Governor Holland, I spent e ieve the court will hold that the City Commission 'can start, but why stagnate business and stop de

a I a hectic two years struggling with the refunding has no right to change any part of its order, and velopment in the City, simply to hold on to money
f of that debt, and after the bond burning ceremony what we Would+ call an escrow the court would call or six months that you cannot use for any otherse

i at Belle Glade, which celebrated the end of theJ oT default. No, I have no bonds., > ?

I l I tendered' my resignation. We had at oucgfffposal WHY DON'T YOU SIMPLY REFUSE TO MAKE It,is tru \ at a part of the present holder of Stuart's

some of the finest legal talent and boMnpecialists ANY PAYMENTS:, AND THEN THE BOND. refunding oH ls would like to have their'interest paid

t to be had, and eventually I begantaJfave a hazy idea HOLDERS WILL GET WORRIED AND BE' GLAD when due. It is\ 0 true that from what I know of some

I i of what a bond refunding wand how it worked. TO TAKE WHATEVER WE' ARE WILLING TO. of these holders re is a powerful faction which

Since becoming City Commissioner, I have studied GIVE,. THEM? .would welcome a defiN t so they could force the City

I i Stuart's number one jroblem, and feel that I havea I give up on this: one. I simply: don't know how back to a 6 per ;cent: interS rate instead the 2 per

a fair idea of whaar can and cannot be done to to answer a person 'who really ,believes. this. Just .cen which they are now reqfeiud to accept.

1L ... solve it. In my opinion, default. is the worst step look back and see how these same bondholders I stir .(lave no bonds but if I ownWany. I would much'

we could 'tak acted when 'Stuart's ability to .pay was half what prefer 6 percent interest to 2 t. j
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NEWS and office. before BOOB an Wednesday ,
pcIAL Happenings the WEEK IN STUART
, of MRS. JOSEPH A.t'CO'o Society Editor 'I
-- Home, Telephone Phone 300.

,gt69 'TARTED CHURCH CHRISTMAS GUILD HAS KIWANIS CIVIC LEADERS TELL CITY'S VIRTUES i Mr, and Mrs. Harry Leonard,, Mr. and Mrs H. A. Shepard given by Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin A.
,1II,fay School Classes for Chile -1 DINNERThe I who have spent the past year have sold their tourist court,I Menntnger, St. LucIe Estates ,
at the st Jo eph', Wesleyan Guild entertain. 'ffi Hawaii Wltn their daughter, Carte Mexicans In West Palm The fibepards' are tM parents ;: '
l10 Church Sundayand. ed Friday evening with\ Christmas !have returned to Stuart to spend' Beach and left last week: to of Mrs. John Reardon. They :"I';
tsloh t the winter with his sister, Mrs. make their home In Enclnltas In Call-
dinner and at I also have two daughters
party the
5Charles Porter ar* teach-which I Methodist Church The Christmas j Tracy Martyn.! Calif. Cnroute they stopped I fornla, Mrs. Cliff Munson and :
kindergarten .
I 1 add!lit tilt all children between the :' motif was artistically carte 1 Miss 'Beat-j; :Cabun of Pittsburgh her for farewell breakfast: Mrs. Hal Brown.UCKER'S. t .it. ,
"III 8ehool.ltudentll'I1 tied out ll ggrraddes will be taught I with Mr and Mrs Horace Atwood
fort Pierce pine Interspersed with gold at their home, 146 FlaglerAve.
, from
,),ten and Christmas
paper balls and .
nMrt Joseph' ted and ca'ndlei.
videa transportation for green Games
j were played and Christmas carols I ta )'j ){J' )( TE Co T E XA C O
Gifts ,4 4
11. iting. were taken from '
TO SPEAK the Christmas tree and presentI J
:So 636E .I I to everyone by John Dumlch.
M. Marion Ballou Flake Will ...,Mr. R. P. Chandler, Mrs Lon ::1 ONLY 13 ill SERVICE STATION
' ;guest speaker Friday night Tyson and Mrs. a. C. Whltlcar FRY OURMARFAK/
-jji then the Friendship the were In charge of the supper and r,
, Ready and the Eu!ellarjna Mrs. Frank Glaus, Mrs, H. H. tcXACO: AND FIRESTONE!; PRODUCTS G
,r School classes of the Clements and Mrs. Vernon Chas- I We Wash, Lubricalev.and/! Polish Your Car
-till Church hold theta\ an on the decorations. i Shopping Days fV f- Courteous, Efficient Service
.1'I Christmas banquet at the Dottier guests were Mrs. Ruth 1 OPEN 7:00 A. M. TILL, 10:00: P. 'M.'
[-A. The,Re' Jack Nil"1will *"- Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard d.. r
, be in charge of the Paean,Mr and Mrs. Art Bower Till Christmas j ((7 DAYS A WEEK)

r R.ar> P., Mrs chandler, H. J.,Greene Mrs Ed, the O'Con-Rev. n 4 C Nit ? i ()'i-: ::' --"- -... .._- .. ... -----.,,--. -
ltd Mrs. W E. Rowell. M: and y71
VAT H It..-' John W Keller O.C Whltl- /
ci|. H. H. Clement, Mr and
"'$. C. H. Alexander Mi and HOTPOINTRANGES
FOR MS. Thomas McClaskey,Mr and r .
Ms. Henry Hansen Mrs KaybhttMrs.
EG ( : Lucille Cromer. Mrs. ( '
Hairy 0 Kindred, Mrs. John :
Dimlch and; daughter Claire. "
Lrfi Tyson and son. Skeets a.....Photti .t
Six' Stuait!t ", |. ..-. of. Coin-
far. George c Faller of Chl- i rrntlv In Bill -'"'.., ; '
i CLIO \\a Suiting\ her sister, Mrs lot, *'' ., rt, Chanilx '.' :t
J.>.tin L Tayloi. In Rio ,, tnfllll, ( \ ; : Mayor. APARTMENT SIZE !3 3tIIiI
( -- -- -- .1 ..,,,.1111' < .!" A. S. 'e. I
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i vim (Ml to ) ( to Blair.

SILL ? in STOCK I i {I'f

rA Ip More S han Risking ]I AT OCEAN I
I E. B. Stuart ,i iI
a 1 Grand .!of the I II
' =, Your Tew Home By
e .. be observed by its 1st I
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adequate or I I GEE honoring I night.special Pro-I $169.95 .
11 w r Unsafe Wiring 1 I pie grand Mrs. .I
: 20, at a : at the I I J.
I Woodman Hall : 4th St I
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SEE US I : Mrs. Ernest Natipnally Advertised Price
[[FOR GUARANTEED I The chapter the! roOm-I
the second and each I '.
WIRING I,days each ; a birthday -, ,
h | Mrs. Ruth $'. \' for the pur I ':
s .
1 other source 1 ''
| Submitted
The ORB: : \ the War C/ntracting Bids
1 ed by Mrs. \ .

I 'I! Great day the business A Breeze as--I Ii HA /ELECTRIC SERVICE i ;',1

1 I Dllterllne \ I \

6,4 ...iI. _.. __. I freshments to I::
man, Mrs I 666 Ofdfe Arcade Phone 13 Stuart, Fla.
Mrs. Flora \ Post 'I I

t Pomeroy M., Mrs. saaa My pow fi ';p rl rlAT

Hotel fctuart I ton Mrs.Mrs.A. Anna. 1 .:.;.._leis11;- ...a..P'V,C less w.mss n....i"ZICI"! r 1W;,V ii C1C1 i tiq? 3&ff&tt"*
azek Mrs. w 4 Ra'
Mr A.
Giver\ : : ,
a Mrs. Nettle ,
W. GUson and A Galaxy
The circle will f
R grant Mrs. Hilton's
F&rk. of

Special) in e Finest of I The Jensen
'Its monthly ,

Sea Fools S/eo/ $ and Chaps I I a Thomas night report at Hays on the UARTJEWELJ.RS :

tion at West
Table deCatering Hot. nnerp I 011.Mrs.
< Ed'

to t Ort I rated mas carols a .

I mere discussed t"a.: : : o. .

Ownership-Ma igeme I! school council Jan. 17

Mrs. N. D.
ANGELO 'Iri-IMAS I won the A all deposit will hold f
I 3rd and tft any min our store 'till $

'.1. 43 t'nlng.were ments the After were the : : :: : ; I) Chris s.

p.t( W 'Qt iC! !(t( t( (' Christmas List ,;
tI: c..cC': ( Suggestions

4 t Rings Watches
( Selection( Diamond Crosses
and Lasting r Chains I
/ Lockets
Men's Rings
Ladies' RingsBillfolds

,. Cigar Llrht.rsClotk
Trays w
I lVITED TO DRP IN 1 Vegetable Dishes ,
YOU "Folds: Vanity Cases
And Look Over Our Stock of; MILDREDS Cifirelte Cases
INFANTS' IN_ j: WEAR, Mantel izes and Styles Pertnine
Gift He Will Appreciate Watch Binds
r Baby
California thing Silver to give the Di'n Musical Powder Boxes
&> Eugene of Miamfndi Tr e I k its utmost appeal at Christmas, Table Cigarette Dozes i
Sizes 3 12Boys' e, A lasting gift of quality. \ Polished Aluminum Hollo-
rr' { \tI war
irts iz 4 to 14 Make Our Store Your \\ Stuart. Florida Souvenir
Tampicooy nd Pajama), Gift Headquarter Baby Jewelry
Useful Gift, ( raBClocksetsl:
Ezceptioisal in and Style.' YOU ARE WELCOME CeMade: :
i ELECTRIC ER BOTTLE STE Let U* Help To Make This The 1
BRAjrfUd COPPER W Q Qrts Christmas You Efe Had

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Now For Chri.lm"
1IiqWe S eat That Yo or Flower. JEWELERS

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H Wood of Phoenicia, N. Y, Mr. and Mn. C. T. Ashley and ='' ooo- MRS TRIMMER HOSTTi CIRCLE ENTERTAINEDMrs. MBS. WINSTON, HOSTESSMrs. I tO JOIN R.C.B.A, --
I I'I'I' arrived lost week tQ spend the ion, Johnnie of NicholasvUlo.Ky. .1 'S c'iAL" WS-- TO PRESBYTERIAN GROUP I Mrs. H Swlnglehurst wa Harris Winston entertained -. Jensen Beach B
I winter ewon at the Rtvervlew\ ,., have purchased the W. O. Mrs. M. R. Trimmer was ho*>' hostess fdr Circle t No. a ot the the WSCS Circle No. 1 at Association moved w'',
Apt*. Penney residence at 600 South Methodist Womln's Society of NOIldar
-e California Ave. and are moving OclOClOs::: : =::::lOCl -OCloa.ClO: less to the Presbyterian Worn. : Christian Service Tuesday afternoon her home In Eldorado: Heights to Joint the East Coa t ifI 11I1 t
I James l an'. Association Tuesday afternoon at her home In Rio. The Tuesday: afteYnoon.! Mrs. J. 1. Association, l.
1 and Frank Lorelli of In this week. The Ashley have CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY appointed\ \
'I New York City were the weekend been spending the winter here at the church Mrs. P. R. Rev W. S. Rowell garb a talk Richards wu .la charge ot the tees to decide 00 tore
guests of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth for years The Penney have TUCKS.. 0.'('. 9, Dutch Treat Club lunches,. Stuart Hotel 12:15, Horton was In charge ot the on the Florida chain of mission devotional The business was I new maps and Iolders publlcatloG
FAGSGLID !! I : Stimmell at their home on moved to J19 South California I! followed by bridge Civic Center, 1:30: p.m.; dance, Hobe Sound Christmas program and Mrs. ary assemblies to be held Jn Fort conducted by the circle leader, : n'c1
Rlvcrvlew Road, The Lorelli Ave. for the winter tt"nmunit> Center, 8:30: p.m. Mslshall-Kiefnet: wedding Pro Howard Lee gave the devotional. Pierce Jan nand 28. Mr. and Mr Mr. B, D:Broeq, ,
11 brothers are head of a produce -5-- bvtrriuri Church 7 p.nv, Mri. Homer Vivian read the Mr*. Rowell and Mrs. F. D. Jones Mr. I. L. Decker. Plans were M their guest hiIImolber.
ATV company in New, York. ,Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bradley Of I FBI.. ,l>.... 'JOi, Kiwanis, Woman Club 12:15 p.m.; SttdlerMatthewjwrdcliiig story of the birth of Christ, Interspersed were guests of the circle. Members made morning for to a the bake Post sale Office Saturday, Ar- Sue Brown Brown, of Luxor&,AA II II
e Yulan, N. Y.. arrived last Thursday with Christmas carols present were Mrs. C. H.
Methodist. mnnfq
I o Ad' Ralph W. Hartman, R.1.. to spend the winter here at Church; T p.m.; Garden Club executive board New officers Installed by Summers Mrs. Andrew Kerr, ,cade. for several. wontS. "lit
; J''i{' meiting/ 11 .::111", Mrs. John E. T ybAmerican; Legion Legion Mrs B. ft Rollins Mrs. B. J. Rowell i e ,
/i Span Johnson Jack L Coleman and 402 South Akron Ave. They Mrs. C. E. Young, are Mrs. M. R. The Rev W. E. gave '
Palm 1.i 1., A. M. ShrlRley attended the were accompanied by their tort Home. 8 p.m.; butLetball. game Stuart v*. Delray Bench, 7:30pm. Trimmer, president; Mrs T. R. DuVall, Mr Ralph panlel. Mrs. talk: on mission Other present Mr. and Mrs Cletneo1.! Po
J f 'IIwhijf ; > Va ierbllt-Mtlml U. football Clarence Bradley, who return .: Friendship, Ever Ready and Eiuseliun Chases' Christmas Horton, lat vice-president; Mrs ''Rlcbar/ M. Smaller, Mrs. H. H. were Mrs W. R. Leach, Mr*. and children have mums} '
i ,i faclU'':J t g a n%'In. Miami. .. Friday night. ed to Yulan this .week. .. biuiqiwl. Relist Cliunh: 7:30 p.m. C. A. Carriel 2nd vice-president; Thayer and Mr*. H. B. Swingle- Locus Woodland, Mrs A. C. their home In Pw1 8e\oalllll,
sib I, '" -- --"-- -----'-- --- :::1 MON., Ike.: 13: Garden: Pub, 2:30 p.m. Woman Club) Tourist Clubiwtwddish Mrs. E. H. Kara, corresponding hunt. Courson, Mrs J. Y. Harper Mrs spending Conn.aa the summer Ia 8Iwu
j Mrs. Blanche
y : 0 ; followed by business sewkm Stuart secretary and C. W. McPherson, Mrs. Edna
supper p.m.
t' I 'r :i ; Mrs. T. L. Hau mann, Mrs. -5-
.ji treasurer Miss Anna
Lowrey Mn. Esther M. RhodesMrs
tlutn'iiflss and 1'rufviisHitiul) Coutant
; Woman Pub board Red
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meeting and Mr .
: I'I k Ounn the closing prayer. Edward Swann and Mrs. W. E. *
> "DON'T LOSE YOUR VOTE" Cnm have, 8 gave W. E. Rowell. Mrs E. D. Na
I ,, chapter ) p.m.Tt'E. Others present were Mrs. Sue Ingersoll of Bewails Point spent, M. Kramer, Mrs. East HaM ,, p
: Mrs. F.
i Wells,
.. Vrc.: 14: Brownie, Pnnbyteriaii Church, 3:15: p.m.; Girl Scout, Brown, Mrs J. H. Paget, Mn. Monday In Palm Beach. and Mrs.' George last week to spend the,
,:. :* :I4r;r Hundreds of Friends, Business andr Professional Woman' Club 3:43: p.m.; Baptist Woman Missionary SocIety Onplle Amsden, Mrs. Ivan Tay -e- J.McPherson E. Taylor. at the Edgewater. oi
.( yy!..' Folks I Christmas party, church annex, 3 p.m.; I.O.O.F., Woodman HallT.30 lor, Mrs. Charles Raymond, Mrs. Mrs. L. E. Ashley returned to
and Old-Tim Taxpayer endorsei Mrs. 8, A. Marsh, her in St. Lucie Estates
-11 p.m.' ; P-TA," Civic Center, 8 p.m. Carrie Pickles .home )ai>> Can You Top
.!'> !I'\,I' WED tX-c.: 15; Rotary CUsliolni's, 12:15: p.m.; Woman's Club, club Mrs. J. O. Freeman, Mrs B. C. Saturday after a threemonthsvisit SECURITY Tim'
.t.tf for
3 'I "t I : J. MA OUSEK home, 2:30: p.m.; Loyal Order Moose, Stuart lodge, 8 p.m.; County. Mrs.Shackleford.J. & Morris Mrs., LIllie Mrs.B.C.Wily A., In Chicago.*> bssed en steady em yes, 'hle

: Commission, court house, 3 p.m. Lees, Mrs Willis Paget and Mrs Mrs. Leah Munson of Cashiers 13'p tee. nmeat i aaii. i,
.:I' j OTIO TIlV lS? Dec:, 'J8V,Dutch Trout Club luncheon, Stuart Hotel, 12:15: Harry Lyons N. C., ls spending the win- ONLY tat wlt ash value. TI, b
," ''J"'i'' followtxl( I by bridge Civic Center, 1:30: p.m.) dance, Hobe Sound ter here and is living with Miss a pertsnit the nee r
as and
you H. Walter Sanders Is on Ida Albracht of St. Lucie Crew U it For,
I 8:30 Capt. at
I 1 Community! Center : p.m-i, Unity Chapter OES, Woodman _
I I, t CITY GfoMMISSIONER' lIeU, 8 p.m. his his way 40-foot from'Charter. Brielte. N boat J., with HI- cent. -e Shopping Days ate a 4

f I 1 I and i its Hook-2nd which will be dockedat Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis of prgress,. who law rt
I IREBEKAH the Lighthouse dock for the New York have returned to the! forte Meet
ft'J1 YOUR TEL IENT VOTE: BANQUET Recent arrival at the Atlantic winter. Mr. >and Mrs. Sander Edgewater for the season. { Till Christmas Come aq,
? J HONORS STATE ,HEAD Court Apt. Include Mr and will be at their apartment, 43CDcoanut Mr. and Mrs a T. Burn of f West P
; For this Gen Public Servant. hI
an your Mrs. George J. Harmon of Oak winter New arrived at the timbr
'I Row, again this York recently a3I. New is
A banquet was: held at the Park, El, Mrs. & U. Krallk, Miss Edgewater for the winter. :){ >>tu. >> I dlO
it Otto i is plaiil brilliant but .
; I: a t, dependable, Stuart
Hotel by the Rebekaha in - -
,1 ; f steady, straightforwil but honest courageous, de- honor Of Slater Fanny JSplnk Callahan Anne,Kralik of East and Haven Mrs. Mary Conn 3; )a)1Ji :) ) "').. >>i !(ttttet( t(1ij! '

; } I' 11"\ ; voted to his City and [ his ideals-and has a highly I State president, who was making w.- j / r
t" ', t' successful self adminj ted business career at back' | her official visit to Royal Palm Mr. and Mr*. Hiram C.BloomIngdale .
I"L ground to serve y fa fully II Rebekah Lodge 44. Tables were ; of''New York have returned R '
I for the winter and I
L ,r it'I' decorated In a pink and green are Ii ,
There is nothing ofltho "man on horseback"about I motlt. After the chicken dinner, residing at the Pelican Hotel

: Otto J. Mubusek. We has time to listen to r the president was escorted to the until they open',their home on I

1,1''. your problems *yh courted and respect He doe 'lodge rooms which were decorated Bewails Point.-e d

t' :I, ; know how to aalume respoiwbility of this office a* to. resemble a garden of Mr. and Mrs. H. J., fieagroatt :,
owera and Dr. and Mrs. Alson J. HuU "Ii
your representflivc. He ma s his own decisions. Around 70 members were pres- /
of Berlin N, Y, recently returned
i -1 BUT HE IS B/ ENOUGH TO\1STEN TO ADVICE, ent to hear their president' to their new homes In Halpa-
i f message and ate six: new sisters .
DISCUSSION all Uokee Park.
AND INVIT / tr%ting on the same
Initiated Into the lodge. Officer .4e.. i
level. for the coming year were elected., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Youman .
including Mrs. Edna Stimmell\, arrived A
of Fort Thomas; Ky.

< OT 0 J. MAT USEK, I Noble dington ry. Vice Qr Grand nd secretary; ;Mr Mr.*.Gladys W.and W. Bud.Per-Mrs' season last week at the to spend Rlvervlew the Apt winter*. 8 \ a man could ask f ftfl

Florence Decker treasurer, I'f '
: has leadership for \u and his
wrong I Miss Sara Kelly of Phoenicia, 1
i; N. Y., arrived last week at the '
,, peronal modesty is unfailin\ Do not Riverside Apt, for the 'winter XntcrAvoVett I
I season. Cnomul relieves ykrW,. d
t\ crjish the hopes of us poor ta ayers. ... -e- it non t o*,se sbs anbM .
i. I Mr. and Mn. Randle Mathe- so help looA lied iJll gmm, bdea end i : S.ck I II
td \'f a ootk
lon who were the guest of Mr. lr:5
OUR VOTE FOR "OTTO"means and Mrs. Paul Comb in Port I guabnnMTeU dni i* \
your |
I Bewail,,re turned Monday to their ,\ \ I
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to tell a bajP
I home in Roblnsvllle, N. J. ron uadenWuA BUM tike I F4R THE WELL
with the
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progress (not just promises) I '--5- dUw.yk re. d"er
n J' (This paid for by Friend of Good Man Mrs. Rachel McPhall of Miaml.Is rna sn m s you Mck. ESSED MAN
i' : space many a ) the house guest of Mr. I
::1 PAID I'purlCAADV... add",Mrs. W. O. Penney, 215SoutlrCalifornla CREfUL( ION ,

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Santajf Here With Gifts Galore Eay c.."',, .br Dal. Ie 1M ,. d'A' .. "I" taosaYNyllne
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I J. For Matte Pressure Cook f \eheeI wi5' dd sheso'- ,Ie I tmioui we CM IN |se.C
I 'Ii. .N fva Wan _,..,t. CM Con ta-117 did lOti *>
I : r For APermanent frs, Revere Ware, ,Electric iiM. ., fwe .elk. *! '
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: ti Lasting Gift. t ,. Irons, ,Percolators, Toasters, 8 Q I INQIt i

:;:'1 Coffee Brewers, Aluminum f :

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collar shirt with sll
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far Collar Mrs keep collar paints. fa perfect
"- ship Ito iac-Fixt (f fabtic nsldusl! 'shiinkiM
? el Toys Electric Trains Erector Sets Christ
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NEWS Newi Item for thli paper mint reach the newspaper IIp
and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART vfflee en Wednesday

::: Home Telephone r'o:: Office = Ut AI

-. MRS. ____ _.. Society

I SADLER-MATTHEWS JOHNNY ETED ON SPRINGER Miss Matthews PALM CITY CLUB and a lighted Christmas tree. Anna B.Day, Mrs.Charlie Evans, Small woodland owner and
j ADDING 11 HOLDS CHRISTMAS Mrs Lucy Van Frank had Mrs. Rose Leighton Mlsi Phelan,I farmers grossed .nearly $500,000 'I'

,' MORROW AT T P.M. Mr, and Mr.. Stewart Springer charge of the program of games Mrs. Carl Tuehes and Miss Lu- from sale of their timber products '
of 720 Osceola Ave. entertain. Is Honored'I MEETING, AT CHURCH and readings. Memories of other cille Inscoe. i last year
II' ed their youngest son Johnny, --- Christmases were related, by .---- --- --- -- -----
)KM Edith Florence Mat.iJtWI on his 6th birthday with a party I NotesBy The, Palm City Home Demonstration Mrs. Van Frank, Miss Marie OsOGOt O =OGOC 7000FREE
,, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sunday afternoon. The little With Shower Club held its monthly Phelan and Miss Viola Krelder, YOURSELF N''
11.Matthew, of elf South Ak- guests played traditional birth MISS LUCIUE: IXSCOE" meeting this week In the form of all of whom have spent Christmases
toll Are., and John B:. Sadler, day games and the winners received -, a Christmas party with. Mrs. Paul abroad and told of Inter. |] FROM HAIR CARE ; +4;

)Ir, .( Fort Pierce, son of Mt prizes In the Christmas Niles/ Edith Matthews, whose A ripe.Florida orange or grape DeVlllbls, president In charge.An eating incidents In other lands. t''. >
*: Sadler. Of St*Au- At the close of the g FOR THE SEASON
motif. appropriate setting was program
dllNierseJil2. Marriage to 'John E. Sadler Jr., fruit ls delicious/ whether eaten '
Iryd l be married in the hall hand-made Christmas !
Assisting Johnny In celebrating in the recreation gifts were En joy a shortMof tljr curled and ( n
plug by plus consumed
at :7 todrrotr Js an; event of tomorrow or as
Church here evening of the church with Christmas exchanged. Christmas cookies
itUiodUt .
Leland hairVfo
were Jackson, George i juice. Rare Indeed la the person contoured for the season's
evening: and Eleanore, was honored Friday night witha ,decorations of( Florida greenery I and punch were served from a
I ArcWbald Carolle who will turn down a sound, ripe freedom I 111If Rev William for the candlelight E RoMelleeionr Jackson, Rosemary Taylor, Bobby linen shower giver by Mrs. shiny or tasty piece of citrus fruit. ------ - -- Stern tea table and presided Mrs. DeVllIbis.over by Mrs.' Suffuses give you a risk new + r

;ji invitations are be-! Johnwlck, Jimmy Pegram, James Herbert Bruner. Mrs.Irvin ;when It Is offered The fruit ha* just at well. to have a treo with a I Present were Miss Mable Crews hair cut and a lovely outhful
,' tent only to out-of-town Mary Margaret\,, Norma and AliceFrench Handy and Mrs Joseph A. McCoy almost universal appeal for Its branch or two missing on, the Milia 'Pauline Crews Miss Alice O locking permanent. T just 0
of ,, Barton, Barbara at the home of Mrs. R. H. -appearance and taste. side that, goes; to the wall DeVUlbU R,
Jrt but local friends \lJe Dellchv Valmore Brown I Cadwell, Miss Miss Q run a comb through you ai r
upte art extended an, Invita00 and Nancy Olson and Joel, Linda Wallaet' Rollins, 143 S,. Lucle Crescent, Authorities tell JUA too that we Sellers are likely to ank the Alice Malory, Miss Leona Smith o and be off to carefree glimes.
to attend. Fall flowers were used In decorating need more citrus In 'Winter highest prices for the must perfectly [ Miss Margaret Van Ness Miss M
of the wedding part]: Those assisting Mrs the rooms, Mrs. Dorothy when. the bulk of the crop I Ieva11R U developed trees, and buy I Mary Porter, Miss Krelder, Mrs. ,y'
Members( at the home ot Uurldcl Springer were Edith Kennedy, Tuck, accompanied by Mrs Ed- >le. citrus contains lots ers who can fill their needs better Julia Lane, Mrs. Stern, Mrs. VanFrank
in gather parent immediately fol- Mrs. Mona D. Wallace, Mrs. na Coutant, sang"Stare ft My of vitamin C which helps resist by buying a tree that Is nota j Mrs. Marion I B. Fl ke. Mrs.' Victor Salon i
Mabel Archlbalcf! Mrs. Vivian Eyes" trite colds and other Infections, It eau
the ceremony to receive by Krelsler and perfect cone can gain by shop- Emma Carroll, Mrs. MarguerltS
.ring Taylor and Mrs. Dorothy Delich.SATI'ROAr "LIAm' ur. Tourjours Amour" contains other good food elements ping with a clear mental pictureof j I BurchaTd, Miss Jeannette Clem-

he couple. by Rudolf Frlml. Bridal games that are, health building just how the tree will be I''cnts 4 Miss Dean Mrs. Parker ? Phone 205 ictory Arcade D '
I '-11 CUB were. played and Mrs. Ed Men- When eaten out of hand citrus placed. | Simmons,Mrs. Carmen Link, Mrs.
ICU TREAT CLUBme MEETS AT HIGH SCHOOL omgei', Jr., won a prize. pulp provides bulk that helps digestion

Dutch Treat Club met, -- The bride-elect was showeredwith and 'elimination, This t ''IPM'tJf1fl''JJJ'Jw! .qp' I '! 'PI 'fl.
or bridge at the Civic Center I The Saturday morning 4-H gifts of linen from a basket means that you really get all the
lowing their luncheon at th! Club held Its meeting In the decorated with. while crepe paper value of It when you eat It "as
smart Hotel Thursday. Hlgt home economic department of and wreathed with coral vine.
\ ls"jIt
Ion winner were Mrs. H. M I i the high school. As part of the Picture of the honored( guest., Is amazing that so many de -
idreW, Mrs, W T. Alexander project In Christmas entertainment opening her gifts, were taken' llclous desserts can be made
rod get H. H. Thayer. Other! 'being carried on by the by Miss Jo Anne Constance from citrus fruit Of course the ,
iring were. Mrs. Arthur Chap- group the girls made and deco- Upon request Miss Matthews) vitamin content will be lessened :
yells, Miss Edith Coventry Mn rated Christmas cookies sang "Why Do I Love You" by ::Jtt' Is cooked but it does give !
w. Conrad Mr*. A. A Present were Isabel! Mathers. Jerome Kern. to the diet and helps I to
p iwUM.1 Mra. Conrad Alrscht Stuart. Lucy Hertet. Jensen Mrs. Joseph S. Oreenlees and use this plentiful supply of fruit
: Mra. T. H. V. Kennedy, Beach; Sally Hertel, Jensen Mrs. R. H. Rollins assisted the I Try this cake for Christmas:
in. Martha Hudson Mra. R. Oadson Beach';; Joyce Hertel Stuart; Patricia hostesses in serving! Other Invited ORANGE DESSERT CAKE I CAN BE SOLVED AT i.
and Mrs H. (I.e Frey. Dickey; Palm City; Jackie guests were Mrs. Joyce IVi cup sugar, 1 cup sour milk, ,
Saunderson Salerno and Molly Steelman, Mrs. Dan Fagen, Mrs. 3 f eggs beaten light, '/*Up. salt 1 I i May We Suggest For Your H A S I
Beach. Mrs. Jack medium Vi butter ,
Hurtel, Jensen Max Auerbach, Mrs Irvin Kana- orange size cup I
TILES PLAN rAKTYTh eaunderson and Miss Lucile Ins- tek, Mrs. Ralph Chandler Mrs. 1 tsp soda dissolved In milk,
Woman'iUulonary toe helped to conduct this dem- 2 1 cups flour 1 cup raisins.
circles Of the Al Shrlgley, Mrs. Ben Bedding, i:
Society of the Baput onstration.TOURIST Jr., Mrs. L. E. Bartlett Mrs. H. F. .Select a choice tree-rippened I For Year Convenience
In order to have the fine
church will have their anui CLUB MEET Bartlett Mrs. Fred Walton, Mrs range
the fruit
flavored Orate
party in the IJbO Elwood Dugan, Mrs. John Men- peel I IIIlghtly.
The Tourist will hold Its Cut and out Use OurLJYAWAY
lurch annex Tuesday at 3 p.raioiteise feral meeting of the season Monday nlnger Mrs John Dumlch, Mrs. juice. Do not. take squeeze out all the : 9
Mr. .Ed Burgess Ross Witham, Mrs. Charles Slo- I in9 s f.
are evening at the Civic Center, juice as it might make the cake ;
lit, W. C Penney and Mr "here will be a covfC'fd-dish urn Mrs. Olenn DeBerry Mrs. too moist. Add one-half cup of PLAN
A. S. Blalii Harris Lowery, Jr., Mrs. Fred Or- >
ccald Cross. Mra. upper at 8 p.m followed by election the sugar to juice and let stand
charge ot the program and officers and man. Mrs. Nellie Pezzonl Miss 1.
i of a program. Cut out and discard the central
M decorating committee Is Mrs Members are asked to bring table Clara Kelfner Miss Cecillia core, with seeds and grind the andBUDGET
C. Klcktlter, Mrs. Wilson Mel service rolls and a dish to pass.'offee rates Miss Rose Czverko, Miss balance rind and pulp, with the
lure and Mrs JI. 0. Anthony, Jtiota will\ be furnished Sara Rollins,Miss Beverly Smith raisins, using the medium bladeof TERMS
Miss Dorothy Sullivan. Miss
the food chopper Cream
--oa ono White, Miss Helen Wilson -
=0=5W .u Maydee shortening and sugar together. Give a Westinghouse
Eleanor Matthews, Miss
and the
FLOWERS For Ell OCCASIONS Danlta Deno, Miss Pat Van de well Add sifted the beaten flour with eggs the other p Cleaner. It has every
Water Mrs. Web Ordway, alternately with
dry Ingredients thing to keep the home
Lillian Hansen, Mrs. D. Add the and
the liquid. orange
OUQUETS f CORSAXS CUT llama, Mrs. Ruth Stevenson Mrs raisin mixture last. clean.
FLORAL ARANGEMENTS Harry Swlnglehurst, Mrs. A. L. Pour into an 8x8x2-inch pan Zenith Ra "'a+. At
Matters Mrs. Herbert Thayer,
and bake until well done, .or
DOMESTIC andIMORTED. CL'RA S Mrs. George Conrad and Mrs. 8. about 45 minutes In a moderate Bendix Autotaalkf'WHotpoinJRanges ers
A. Matthews. oven. After baking and while

IITH'S FLORyt & GIFTXHOP still hot cover with the orange '
juice and sugar mixture and let
WE WIRJFLOWERS 'D,. ,Potter NeuJ., Land In JJ M, pan./ until juice Ja ;, and R igc tors rp

Arad:. (, f tk SU F fJeree f'Phone 310-J Boat Makes First entirely absorbed.as Do It not should dissolve'glaze sugar top L Hotpp ll Diahw whets far
cm0.---='-=.o 0=0.- of cake. Artificially colored fruit .,
30.- 0. ooo Cruise of Season should not be used,. vet Cleaners' ('

SELECT CHRISTMAS TREE D Freeze Free rs attractive toaster

The Calypso a former lRht- TO' FIT AVAILABLE SPACE Give Her an Electric

Owt Spytial seeing boat at the New York The Christmas tree buyer often t Iron with all the latest Westinghousefrigerators is w>t only a useful
World's Fair now owned by Dr., shop around for thei "ideal" and RangesYoungstown ,
Hollls B. Potter of the Atlantic evergreen, when he-or she-, improvementsNationally lastimr gift, it lends a
orb Court Apia, took Its shake-down would really be better served by' Known

cruise of the season up the buying a tree to fit the space: '". Brands Sinks and Cabinets new look to your table
South Fork of the St. Lucie Riv- where It Is. to be displayed, says
Christm Holidays er Saturday afternoon.With a tip from the Forest Service of Ironite Ironers
new paint and motor the the U. S. Department of Agricul- .IL

MANENT WAVES 30-ft. craft 20 people which, can Is expectedto accommodate ture.The Ideal tree-In most minds Coleman Heaters .. ... .. ... .. .

TWO NON-PEROXI supply pleasure for Dr. and and in many of the holiday photographs Onl
and their friends beautifully ,
i Mrs Potter la a symmetrical
ung on the nearby Inland waters this cone standing In the! '* 13Shopping
RENO/IAtSH NG ,season. "Unless," as Dr. Potter center of a room where there Is '
putt it "I get tired of it and a view from all sides-and every
(For The Wnth o5ccemWr Only) charter It to some person as a prospect pleases. In actual experience Days ; ,
public sight-seeing boat it In only the exceptional .
forVniy $15 Formerly called the Rlngllng i home that. permits that sort oo 'Till
TWO COMPLEX Isles the present name Calypsowas Of I Christmas tree mounting. ELECTRIC SERVICE
revived in memory of a successful Many If not most, of the, ChristmasHALL'S
sail-racing yacht ownedby Christmas trees have to be placed '
Jensen fieach Beauty 6alon Dr. Potter when. he was three In a corner or with a least one Table, Console and Post Office Arcade
tunes commodore of the Chica side to a wall. In such a position Radios SHOP NOW! *
Cabine Phone 13
Club. Calypso In the buyer needs to prune some ofthe
Managed, O/rated by EU and Patter Hutchinson mythology was the siren who branches from a symmetrical -' *

VM2 successfully detained Ulysses on tree to make It fit the space ,
Phone I her little Island for seven Quietly better. For such a position It Is
while Mra. Ulysses sobbed -
did she? --
at home-or the Initial trip were Now At Last at
Guests on
Mr. and Mrs. Thodore BrelthoBol TODAY (Thursday) I DAY ONLY Theatre REGULAR PRICES!
j jThe. Waterbury Conn. Mr. and I' R'IC Stuart, Florida Tues. Wed
A PIANO Q ORGAN Mrs. H. B. Putnam of Belfast. C>F rd Phone 14 DEC. 14-- 15
!. and Mrs. M. I. rOil KHEOU1.E
Me. and Cap __
Gift That Will Makehe Gloiuous Christmas Flagg of Stuart, Commodore NEED HU !p FB :Or&SCKM fon wiun use IT j
wheel. Clypso Monday Z Days Only
at the Sunday ,
Spirit Live Through Evr; Da n the Year.e docks Potter! 'at was Plttman's north of the --QuIU rA > POD l- '." OUNNtre

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Chapter th.Woman's .
The St Mary'l of. lliost tam
of the Epte-
e are authorised deal- j copal Church Auxiliary met at tM Pariah: sot "Man From New Or s" (Novelty) a1 Temp ofI1

for''eeven IlM at 1 p.m. "" a STAN UNION OAND '"
In tats area Houie Monday ;/R. M. J atYry O!
famous brands of new business session, the or. leon Moods! : rather"
IOoL' Fenton gave a *VJdad! an Friday.and Saturday 0' '.o/ Dramatie Story .
field of chuM 1 of Beasly and
MASON A HAMLW I i article on the training of clergy Doubl* Featur*-* Two Action 1/,+r_ 8ava.ery! : 4 i
illlCKERINQWCRUTZER for I'1Irallife. ec"k au.wr. r
i for the social hour Violence love sudden alt
I Hostesses
VURLTTZERkctaoNic/ 4 i were Mre Jam" P. 'Burnette, lsSeWiSielruf "er Not Great Even If You've '
OaeaN dllLBRANSEN I Mrs Laura Wright Mn. Harold "I 2 An Seen It Before I

Bee id tvtRUTZElectrenle I B. Diemer, Mr. Horace Matilda Atwood Better On the Screen{
( .rtan-fond NTER JoM Hilton. Miss OperaGAL
MfI. ; _
Mra. .
the;World's tint comp k viCpt A BACH i renton. Mr$. J. M. stoner Mra. r. o. Make a date to bring your
Une 'Cf Elcctiitf Olga I George J. McBride rtecralrt
lounYOUNGCHAPMA cookie to' seethe picture
rear models are) avail le yAN N Oadd and Mra. R. A. Tunle ,
I the cake for
that takes
for bom, chapel or eb 'to tnIeto* ectlon of tt
.The WURUTZER play ke I taught!. e
IS srgan-.unda L as l'onditlon planaa, : f M'Il1A101 II&YWOR flI RD 1 1I "NextWeelT "
ergan, and Is toade th. 'it rmsIS : RIO'' NURSERY v I Io
anpafbned nori Bader onvenlent --Pliw--- Second ur.j

.rgaa ssanafa I P1sBLIJ The Astounding
Pallleach, I Ornamental Adventures of the -s- -
I LEN' Miser One and Only
f3ruba r Mu. Company i Ins. es.PI No. 12 .,u 80g MCGILLMoroi 1 y.a"

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t i.all.J Tiger Cagers to Play Delray Beach Here Tomorrow

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.) Fur- experiment .t
t l Miami ( tlnn sayt),, r
I II Stuart Sallflsh Club director Mtey
,I E I'I:' : i + STARTING 7:30: ; ,TO TRAIN HERE met Friday night In the library} ther protection: of the State enl progress. of Florid !fou
; Ad" I'' t. .' j In. Lake Worth SaturdayRested of the Cine Center and laid preliminary I horse racing revenue' has been good The stenos' 1IId.
I epaltPabst \,' j : plans for launching the given by the recent Supreme month repon said pow

'.1\,\ '" s ;I i 10 ON VARSITY e .e MAR ID-APR 3 3Top 3II nament 1940 membership, drive and tour- I legislative Court decision act which upholding placed a 1947 the there too dry were weather many lor 1nJti satls_'.
Wlthr.'J'I" young
by an open) date Saturday Stuart can field a team that afternoon FLORIDA SCMI' ritOSFlMl plantings during tips
faclllt.dbly .. i ,J ( sass St-...) The fishing tournament was allocation of horse racing date !laIr or the montbrn. '
\s,1.'H,, Talbot It Visitors' Spark, when, ,* return date with: West Palm official reported W t T Pas TP OP Teams May Play Here) adjudged now under way Entries I on thebaaI.. of revenue produced.The ,::
-..--. 'I 1 ,: r Stuart Hat Veteran Foul Pierce was canceled the ,, they were not Informed I W,. r'.lm, ,HMi4lkl r e t .,n fa n ,Stuart Park Draw should be taken to John N. I measure provide for a --- ----
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'' ( / I, l' i Lineup Stuart Veterans football team until this week thJI.t,1I11at! their I 4v wok 5 1417 11 Praise Mann at the fire station of successive 40- rv";'
; 'I'i' -- i I, 'Cur, 4Y.Mwd.l.5;;: 1 If, :Ies ;: 4e Grover King, assisted by the 120-day season
; :; 1 Basketball prepared this Aeelt for a second'field for football at night II 1 pro- I5ro Hunchi .1 4 I .... It 7' directors,"will the (day periods in the Dade-Broward
becomes manage membership
; : : king appearance in Lake Worth at jhlbtted after next Sunday and \nflttfort" ,,_ I .n 45 1/ An Innovation in\ Stuart's Whltlcar area, with the track producingthe
Plnv .UT 11 IU drive. CurtU\
8 30 ..L'1
( of Martin ; Saturday night.
i sport, County tax revenue receiving!
I this situation forced a shift 111/I I sporting hlatory spring training waa assigned to or.er a supplyof most ,
,II;" high School starting tomor Sparked by backs Dewey, Stuart scheduled game there LEADING' SCOUta by a professional baseball team, buttons and flags for the year. I the first choice of dates for the
Tompkins and Bob Hotchklst
: the
: I .1 & j\'i'Ii row night a* the \eteranstiHlckd -,, Vets host have lost only: once A possibility exists that that ,,,,i mVYM1 i.. ,: ui:,,;want TD. EP: 75r ale became a certainty for next yearwiut A general meeting and election next year. The track producing would .giK i
finale be here, : W e mo.4a the next highest amount
It (
may played was will be held at the Civic Center
3' t.. Tiger! open their I In nine starts thin fall and Included Ii hhl. lak completion of hotel.itservatlons -
"'>!; l I I .. Jan 7MISS
r rI : veooton against Delray Beach In their Us) of victims are I said.The 'd Tuesday by Robert CWashbunt .
I Vets worked out Tuesday P: ::: ,"::;'"" I : ua I period Under the former 19 8
(t : commission
f .If I.IfI ,! ,( Yllmt' ar# scheduled with | there Oct. 30 Until Saturdaythe night slated and tonight another: Expected practrve to bol Wu k.. ;' w, l ,tee tsmk. S t u West Palm Beach Indiana of, STEVEN: AT CLINIC ttatute had the the power racing to apportion the
1 't"1y thp B-t"nm, playing the op- Rebel sported an unbeaten I liter the team for this game are ,1 the Florida International League Miss Sally Stevens, woman' date, regardless of revenue, reTurned FIGHT TBuy
.. I '.Ift:t over starting t at 7SO: 'folInvMcJ record but that night West Palm Billy Smith and Charlie Hall LAUDS WARREN PLAN Washburn conferred Manager at John length N. physical education 'director, attended : the previous season Christhal gggPREM
\ Beach copped:! the championshipof with Balltlsher
'j :: the basketball clinic
'," by the varsity can the Florida Semi-Proa confer- Both were outstanding member Mann that afternoon and arranged ---------
at Fort Lauderdale
t j teat t about an hour later Of. 11-7 of last year's club that lost onlyto at the Vic High School
ence by winning a decisionin for lodgllng
At ,
'fl' Saturday. the meeting the
'I' West Palm Beach and :
Srnlico't -
,: tidal!! will be Kenneth StJmm the league. 1948 finale. ; N. Y. twice In 1 II starts. tory Hotel. Washburn aald coaches, hy.lcaed\' directors M
I I!. ''I mid John Martin Tompkins scored the sole LW 1 Lack of player forced Fort training will begin here upon arrival i and recreation directors\ ) of the
I I' ;ay Winding up two weeks ol preSeason I touchdown to earn Individual Fierce to cancel ill game herr of 12-),5 pitchers. and Southeast District discussed the j BEER an AI.E
drills Coach Joseph A scoring; honors to the) loop while catchers: on March .0) with the I new '4S-X9 rule book. National
< I''.; I I.'I Mt-Cov was anything but pptimlsilc Hotchkbt: finished third Injuries and dwindling; mte-est rest of the'club due to arrive! rating official also attended the $4.50 Per Case
after Red Raider played
:'t yl ; ,f as his charges' worked out This game originally was March 14 About n players will J meet '
,, i : :, } yesterday afternoon Delray. he scheduled In Stuart but war necessarily winning three game any in left 19 less days than without a full train here all told, Washburn I.. I Budweiser abet Blue lib Ballantiae'. ,

"f 1\ high-coring the Rebels'shifted field Tuesday As morningto a result, 11 ready to play so Raider Director .- said'Training, will extend through I to'be moved( near the park this I Schtitf if. Carlin,'.
; : J1t'; dotted a prep eager as will appear the Vets may have played their Tom, Gore requested cancellation April 3 ahd the Indian will open I month from Witham Field 'and CH ES
1 1II j' \ i !:ere this year and a constant ,, last game al home, at least this league play In Miami the next readied for the 19499 84'a801and I '
tl. ; .,,11 Morinu I threat, The Tigers on year, since their. final contest Is night. During these weeks here'', Mann also 1 II !hoping for installation OUT T Lt vC i
;: EMPLOYMENT STILL GAINS of a lighting system for this I
the other hand haven been slated In West Palm Beach Date Washburn said probably a dozed s 4.551 Hlsk.p t4.. W1sssm4 sue
II: .L t : over-impressive In their practices of that game also I will be changed I Tallahassee. >-&to t Florida exhibition games will be played I season I
; ',: and will be hampered by irom the original plan for Dec manufacturing employm, I and among those likely to play ,
I h I ; the absence. probably all evening 18 to the afternoon of Dec 19.However continued Its seasonal expansion the Indians here will be Raleigh.lN |
: I of their top scorer center that shift( still Is tentative II but at a reduced rate C. the Philadelphia Athletic
.. f P r. .Bruce Beatty However, Beatty and the game may be caiP: reaching a level Of 90.700 In Oc ..ho train in the Indiana' parkIn
Is recovering from a football celed. depending .on whether,. tober This level of employment! West Palm, the Memphis I DACIN3 ttAT
py I
In-tort Pierce,
''i loot t injury quicker than expected represents a slight Increase 1)1, Chick who train
I r and may see limited service I elude he said Beatty, john I 300 over' a year ago but IK Ul', 4 the Brooklyn Dodgers or torn* ''
tomorrow In addition the Ti- Oadd, Junior Mancll, Adolph I crease of 800 workers from September of their farm clubs: who train at';
gem: have a veteran lineup from Hertel Donald Bowden Jesse was somewhat low at.. Vero Beach and Stuart owdj
L 1 last; year with all but one flrstH" Quigley Vernon Flowers Lamar I compared with I the preceding M. J. FIN LEVMorklu Sallflshers i
J' f-lrlnger( back for another season! Howard, Bill Leach and Phil month and. a* compared with I' A4A. motor, clubs to The Indians, who finished I BLUE G 3SE
I I sixth last summer, have a
1 McCoy was quite Indefinite onhie Springer the corresponding period of last njw
'n,1I I I ri n p.uil strong' tribute to gov FInne,. former'
starling quintet but announced In addition about 15 will suit I year, according to Carl B. Smith !; manager in Lou '
I .J : that 10 will suit for the for the B game which team chairman of the Florida Industrial enH"-I4'Ct Fullrr Wages, |hl.f> his Athletic star and st. Petersburg '

I, I II I, ,1'1.I varsity -scrap, ) These will In- being coached by John_ Colden.WHITICAR'S. I .11'1 Commission of I-.repeated pledge that this manager IMA FInney.last IB year expected and part to ari of i I AL(.. 'GmL\ RCA RA '
I State must at the earliest pas'
rive with the first contingent, ':
CITY'S RAINFALL LIGHT title tune bun Ineslmk from Hi Also expected then 1 III the sole ) ,,SaturJ a'r\,t c r hh
J'r t" The city received only Ill public hii! j'f .. .,' Inches of rain during November / cjtlle, Imrsri and hogs' from way, who 1s a part-time residentof I ;
U. S. Weather Observer John 'f NoA I barge
i 1 Florida highways winikl save\ Jupiter Island where he has | .
t Manns records show The total lass of l many live in the future, a home, I Good Food od Dt s Good Time
J' OAT B was accumulated from perclpltatlon Washburn lauded, the Stuart :
i. five of the month is well us uvnld thousand of j I FOR ALL.BEGSE.
I on days park as "about the best I ever
J'J' weal Orr 04 c. roar 9EWALLP with the heaviest being Nov 2 il'"11.irs worth of damage! to moo I saw or heard of In a city of this I
J' :'t 'Td.bl4s RAILWAY when .4 of an Inch was recorded.l tar eblilcs each year tlutl size" Re was especially'happy
r tl The total Is more than IVi! tlw caiiilul, 01'1"r/ R, J J. Fdt- about the good outfield( fence and.
BOAT BUILDINCREPAI! a STORAGE inches below normal for November boy. manager' 01 the South FlorHl the large seating capacity and 1
art) WHiTICAR, and Is the second lowest this > Vlotiw Club ill{ Miami, a dl j'commended the townspeople for,'
'I t' ox 144 Stuart Ha, 118-R year exceeding only that for I rf the AitK-rlcitn Autmnoilr the excellent support the Sail. :
ne \IM.HI .
ff I
i' j February The December nor- fisher. always have received A U.S. Nd.1i 3 Miles North of* Stu.
; ANsodation.f .
____ mal is 23 Inches dressing room with showers Is
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i"$ ', Q r rMVIU s sgf GIFTS OF MERI

r.tl t' Nationally Advertised Brands of Tackle

14.'! (t It I I Reels R s BI'

tl ::1:1i \ey, it 1 tl'l t ronton n City Altoona $2.75;2.75 True Mercury Temper $ 7.50 it F)II\ .w'

;U I aS Bron b Mercury $5.50 Great Whip ea $3.95. to$$4.25 3.90 9! \\ Alladl .amps .. .. ., .. $6.25 95i

b Horrick otson $4.95 Bria. $ 1i.50 11 i Buckeye Aluminum Set $18.50 a $ S0

.1 Pflueger A $9.00 H Pal hi'
on $17.50
Tricycles Reduced 95
i bfl to $12J6 $
; I t j Shakespeare ion $11.00 Custom Built Rod. e .

I Wagons Reduce to.. $1050 $ 75
d .Y. Croquet Set ,
5, ( I" Baseball Dart Games i 5''T' 'T : Ping Pong Set I Electric Heaters1Permometeri $150 to $ 50 '
; It M Regular Dart Games at
Galloping Golf Came .M 95
I t Badminton SetsSPORTING 4t b to
J w ., Tennis Racquet II
I I'W, i J'f' t'" t Smoke Stands X / $5.75 and 50

I 1; \ '', ,, Ii( GOODS F CHILDREN ,s ad B 1 Dishesk Set $5.75 to $ 50

,1'i I' : U I VOIT RUB R BAL'' ( Chrome Cocktail Shaker- Set $ 50

tl'I I ( 'I. Basketball 0 iD M
I I 0I. j D And Man ther tems
,+( ( Volley Ball. I
( Basketbal .
*r$5.95 oes (.Convene) $6.25Term' I Fishing Outfits ., 1.95 to 2 00
'I'' I' Football (Interm) J. $5.95 Shoe en.$5.10"I i it :

,: : : 1:1:,: i. f t Football, Junior -JP $1.70, Tennis Shoes, ckJles'' $3.85. : Stanley Tools Packaged For hristmaiCoy

) : \t Football (Wilson) J. $3.75 Bateball Glove ,$5.00 to $21.00 i See Them

', .I ''I' 4 U Playground Ball Je $1.65 $2.95 Baseball Shoes $9.25 up 4
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1 1Liqu FISHINGIN and Philadelphia the visitor out landed the other a a 32-lb day,' 'LOST 3YEAROLDFOUND UNDER BED WATERWAY WHAT IS YOUR HOBBY? .

Horseshoe : C-oc. anook. He had a Mr. and '
Mrs Stetnart of Little Rock out Tampa, Pee. ..-(fNS>-Deputy (Voiitinued/ From Ppgp Sixteen)
THE FAMOUS I and Olen ACTION HOPES'ENCOURAGING' tlw purindir' bin) censuses" which are taken nil over the United States
they were using very light Turntr. head of Hills-
fl fresh water tackle. They lost borough from time to time Their In II sutixfactfcm allied to all clenttflc methods
St. County Sheriff
( Lucie Region i 5 five big snook off Bewails Point Culbreath's MiaslngJPersons Hugh Bu- In the, cullittlng ol data and the acquisition of new knowledge "
I "Ed Boxwell" he said, "caught Birds tluve\ a wide variety of conventional symbolic> meanings.. The
TH",U. op RT,MAN A CIIARDIAN "p A1111AL ROOI''II' : 15 sea trout the other day off reau, became convinced recently dove u every)*here a lymrxif uf peace, while the eagle .h a symbol of
Bewails Point. 'He went back that the first and best place to wc.t. \ eagle also used of "mirlonjiP
The |\II n* a Hymlxil power all( a the
Stoi J Only know what the ERNES others) i 5T LYONS next fish"day and did not catch a locate a purported strayed-, St. Augustine' Dec. (-Concluding blrJ-, adobes the (lags, pries onj lamps of Austria, Germany {wbef* .\

tell me. My fishing these day 'I either' some,by himself or shepherding I Bill saya that the Ita'trout I awajr-fronvhome chile Is rightIn two-day conferenceon the double eagle to used), Buwia" Armenia France, Mental'! Sn Fi Station' Is held down a a minimum because 'I to vuting; anglers and fishing is excellent off Hobe the home. the Inprovement of Florida'smainchannel country Forty-seven of our forty-eight' stales (Ai.imichuwitsbring
roe prom B of pressure ot work-but ,,11\ begin the true with Is an expert caster Sound and there ls pretty good Parent anxiously called the Intracoastal Wa- !! the ewx-ptiim) have! chosen "slate birds", .. ,
today I Interviewed a couple of There fisherman sense. trout fishing all the way down sher!t's office and stated that terway from Jacksonville to Miami Ortuin birch lift eJwl'dltllik'rah.re sold common parlance' with q
are still
real experts' who do something large snook tn! the a number of the Intracoastal Waterway to their S-year-old boy was missing f Commodore Stanley Kitch- human uttributn, traits and behavior and! o(!(' Monully the behavior or j
[OLHAYEClkLS 1t about fishing besides talk about not only at Hell Date dirty but water also Hobe number Sound of large He told me that a One of the deputies was dispatched Ing of Stuart! chairman of the apprurannf i of certain Jiud"' 'fs used to describe similar Characteristics 1t,'

First I saw Bill ranging down the St. Lucie to -those are the 8"jumbo"to 11-pound trout over the and upoh arrival went board, of commissioner of the of. tie human: wisdom, IHn (the 1 phrase wise, as an owl"; freedomin -,-*! :;11
Salerno fishing guide Abbott and, expert the Inlet. One man from West ers--have been working down parents.On case with the grieved, Florida Inland Navigation District ( the so-e+utitk d niitinmi! fill( winning plxitograph of gulls C,. Flight: ; ;"
char- :
PV ter boat man. Bill was cohering Palm Beach caught 120 pounds' the Indian River Islands Into somewhat of a premonition reports that the outlookfor companionship, as npren'iitwl by llmwiitha's Little Brothers," sadism 'dt'
up at Stuart Drug Before low Sunday morning casting a yel-I the Bewails Point grounds, but .the deputy asked permission 1949 or 1950 Federal action md cowardice" M (portrayed ((11 caricature. liyvultiirm;; tenderness and '::':
I tell you what he said, I want shore.leather There from the south:,j I turning back because of the look In the boy's bedroom. There,I Is "definitely encouragIng love, at typified liv dove; grncpfuhicss, ug niggnled by the line lier y, "
to lay that in my opinion Bill tarpon rolling are all the a number> 'mud 'co you may hit them or under the bed sleeping with his I The Commodore, key man In neck was like, a !tWu,," from (lie) ballad Annie/ Ltiniir, child bearing as 'll a)
4 Abbott Is the beat all-around way from not. dog lay the boy. the Florida administration of / tiy lie stork mental the Inlet to above Bewails Point I There are scattered mackerel the waterway, states that' his !typidi'd ; "ingei ''> as iinpluxl in phrase 41\ ,
casting and trolling I hooked The dog was the only one who: a-:1:: at a kx>u" (although of ,'
five Sunday I should Ito I the official ) perhaps fifty per rent yple 110 not
man In the whole I i south of the Inlet down objected and group is primarily responsible T'r
5StrIm area He nshei St Lucie Inlet say ranged i to IS Ibs' near I Hobe Sound but the only to the deputy quite vociferously, for procuring right- even know that the. loon In a bird and a very I small percentage; has ever ,!,
crawling under the \
-"-* ever .day! Bill had a Mr. Darlington or''large concentration Bill l knows bed and retrieving the "lost" of-way land tor transfer to the watched! its eccentric Ix-hnviiic or heard Hi eerie cry). '"
-- -, -- child. I U. 8 Government, who throughthe View' an- some ot the psychological value of bird study sprcifio 'rl :
rted I U. 8 Engineer Department, to the writer. The. fact that there aro' II' many |"iid students, indicatelUiut I

of Is down Juno way. takes and construction charge of actual The dredging navigation their must be many other psychological: nutKf .tioiii. '

There have been very few District has spent the years ,
(ratify I r t blues Inside and they have been since 1938 obtaining right-of- '
on the beach with oc- way land for a Washington-ap MIDNIGHT :'
fair catches at Jensen _
proved project to deepen the
rr,, and Hobe Sound. channel between Jacksonville
>3,9i 1 a a bottomflshlng has been and Miami to 12 feet and to I II Our Closing Tim ';: .r;
Spotty average for this time of widen It to 125 feet Chairman For That '" .!
with schools of croak- \ I I
5th Kltchlng I notes with pleasure :
along. occasionally, that, the district's program of Sandwich or Late pper J, ,
shtfcphead! and not many land procurement, both In open' ,\'1
There has been the usual areas and in highly subdivided ,.
C nad of mangrove snappers, teaches of the channel Is fast I'' Ric 's Res aurant ,(
n mostly small. I reaching Its final stages and I ;
j Channel bass fishing Is off, that sufficient land has already I
Is The Pi '
largely due to a bad groundswell been processed for transfer to I 't4 i
Clu5.8t 1 which was easing down as the Federal Government to enable I '
1 this written. --- -
was If the
swell I dredging operations to begin ---- 'n
.y eases and we get some good' Immediately at almost any
a. green water in the Inlet. Bill section of the waterwayIt I
thinks that there should be j Is hoped that the next Congress :
some pretty good bass flshlng convening In January THE HORSE
He Is confident on the snook 194?. will pass an appropriationto
5thBind + proposition right now, and deepen the East Coast water-
states that consistent fishing way, known as the boatman'sU. I
through Aay will produce themon S One." If Congress sees fit TAC E CO.
t the right tides. to do this, says Commodore
There have been "all the jacks Kltchlng "Our Navigation District -
everybody could want" but not stands by with the peopleof

A Welcome ti An Unusual trainAccessory Cowl P. piMagill C' too We many will ladyfoh now switch to two East Florida to see it done." Fihermer ur Specialty

other areas: life first Is the JUNIOR RED CROSS Is Service You r
B rbn A JOVINU North Fork of the St. Lucie, our WILL PRESENT PROGRAMThe
HQIOM own Cap'n Flagg private hunt-
Iv ing[ ground The Cap'n told me Martin County Junior Red ,
; m LIONEL & BOOKS e Monday Jhat he had been hooking Cross will present a special' We Specialise in Rpd andVeel Repairing
$ 07 some bruising big snook on Christmas program over WIRA
AUTOMATIC 59c- the flyrod at the mouth of Cane I ,at 12:15: Sunday A choral group I ".
?5th HaitJtom Table ModtlRADIOPHONOGRAPH CROSSING GATE oft Slough Canal) but has had some I composed of 15 children from the We Sell C ly NATIONALLY VERTISED :\
As train ap- rbe? Are 00 books the little difficulty I stopping themKnowing I ;3rd and 4th grades in Stuart will "''a
preaches rods ye Stare lave-Tae what these bruisersdo sing several Christmas songs JRANDS OF TACKLE\ "
Only 79.75 4.50war.iNg light so T.tsa, Bey aeest we have no suggestions 1 under direction ol MIll: Louise }/, '
Import .eWugat.iow.& yt cry and other favorite.. Up at Eden north of Jensen ]Dearston David DeBerry will
A Use Our Liy-Awiy Flag rs Beach Ned LeTourneau says I give a recitation of "The Night H RY ,WINGLEHURST .:..1 .
t that fishing Is tali He went out J Before Christmas" Mrs. George
ScMhUP a 4 x aff $ iis' lilessie! r; Sunday morning in front of his I Conrad, JRC chairman of Martin Owner Itj
house and caught nine trout in the
I County will take part
TRAIN 110ME1 hey'll Love a fend! one channel bass on the I program which has been writtenby Hit y aetw.a I<.... red Stuart Mat Highway AlA y I
AcctiSOes6 casting I rod Miss Beverly Smith. .
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II t l I Published every Thursday at 0th, '1948 5sera" THE STUDY OF BIRDS
stuart, Martin County, Florida
PACECUD ; f r. I s by Stuart Daily News, Inc., a Ow( Stiurt, News By' WILLIAM! C MENNINCM, M.D.

t Florida corporation. City My fifth to sny fourteenKi summert were spent on "t loo. .
j I I i Entered at second-claw mall! C:untlemcnBourne. : In central Kansas.. My grandmother, With whom I lived 1Inn1y-sera I T':

AT'A y i matter at the poet office at of the fact that there bred, as did many old-time farmers, that most Urdi Were, dram,:
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Stuart Florida, under the Ads
t : She sure that orioles ate the fruit in her orchards, that
toms tu be so much Interest' In was klttg-ll, t
4'// I of March 6,1676. I 1 ate her bees, that hawks and owls stole! bet chicken that. kouTTate !
A FREE PRESS hi' bflctded debt of the City of'hl.t
apanPans "'I. f ':: OF the wheat. She offered no'resistance,,
'' J ..tV, 35 YEARS SERVICE l t at 11th p.lflktular time, sod.v.MI9e up perhaps a little encouT:
) ,. ," and ._ nwiiiy individuals are I ment, to my robbing of birds nests of their eggs. Fprtllnalt'lf."dtmy ;;
./ .s iii Btu.,111mm..t o r the birds kept'coming back. The
', ... ... makie' uiiwai'ranted' ,statements IntniiKvhon depredations guilt I felt &. -,
1aWITe, /.1' t' A FREE PEOPLE I._ ,ubll.hW. la fliurt. April somewhat assuaged. In later 1.
la robberies veins by the PrejmuiiJi
r ',J '' lore ..d tt.. ttiurt M.M. mr. \ with this matter, and was it
'ibly :rqI .hich Ik* liw' w.. MMMIItllKtH .. bird collection to a university. The
I experience
''t k.rrk L III:,. Tk. abort. Doll T NrY.B..ttlrlone. !fit.n,by ortiawg, the present City my egg did Ittt.II"IIeto /
I ,d. r J!' r'ee,' ..... .r .
<' 't. ,. ,'( i &3ir3c&* I IraJMrknorY. M mar .,/ 'in wlnth: ,they had no in the succeeding thirty years has been In, bird lore &?!?

I ) : d >, : i ;t MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r anew each January 1st and recording the first dates,
of the of ginning 0 f oh,,
l 1 n' A,...." ... "n I ran i a <..1.) .... ...I...... lr I U U. ... for nwkllnllnii. ae.9 tk, ijtoom-r/ City Stuart each medical school days In New; \ rv.,
''I I ,,' *, prtotMd in Ill4' ........... .. w.U.. all 41' ...* dt.....t..h... jxl um As Mtyor) of the City tion of 'e. My Lurk wen! *

\ tI '."....' '. i, ".'"..,.,...,, ,., ...P bll lMI .t t tits Utile that t the rchi ding was enriched by the bird hike.. In Ft Washington Park, Staten I UWJi|. .

:: I .. ; ... .-..... _.... .. .. ....?._..n.?.....w.F.Hlot 'lf.rctr J : rJ: t. JfcI;; .f: ... ... .........-........_.,.Cpa ants 'liould' lw known Ir4r the bird We. One of the most exciting days of my life mi I fa tlj
I I I \ : : : ..... .... ..........,..A4nr'dlla Mau... } Utah The best day at the spent
3'I ,' .. .... ... .... M.uaa At the. }lit('ginning I Would like Bird Sanctuary at Brigham rnotlim, d the
f 1 --- ,t Mate that obligations for American Medical ,Association In New* Oi leans m 19.12I"'U Ihda 1 ,

I 1 : SUBSCRIPTION RATES .\olikli\ the original)! bonds were ism which I took s trip down \toward the delta of the Mmi |illt.sit,

r P'' II, M.a,,' nn. ...tw. ,_' ... .. .. .!... r.. T..r.. ,?_.._, .tsp 1I.dII (,"!" incurred back ''In the Elwood Hopkins' who wrote Th,!- Bird of UvOiana I han s Aid

I : p jj. I e ",1.,1... ro,.. mM. In,... .. ...IIqaan"" ?h. ....._.....-... IN.. Bight ears .19:9-19271{: at a time recollection flushing the last covey of heath hens Jn\ th, wtrtrj t
I IJr' ,. ......t .., .L,...k..bI. ............... in 1922 shortly before became part
''hen ale City Commission, olikl r of Martha's Vineyard they suing TV

f, : : I Was a member had ab. wsT thrill of discovering a plicated woodpecker in Sullivan Count). >3,

',\I ldiN( )' iKrtliing. til do with the York; the stalking of a golden eagle neat Soeorm.' Nn !Mined$!)''tie!

i nun-ring df these" obligatums., Wen spying( of countless. road runners i in Hemet, California-tan 14 f the*

;; MEMBER 19.48 :.- hob to a Mlu .tion that had and many similar' experiences were exciting,adcuhiret' and)! "' 11III.. a
ter 1>Siutt'ly stiipi>ed all progress happy recollections to me. i

\LY 'dliui I' tv,: City due to the fact There art many variations in the Special interests of aniitlwfaiMj

t ______ __ __ 'Ku 11( ill of the original blig..tltlns{ professional or amateur The beginner starts with Laming tu/ MU..MM
H wore hated at an Interest rate of the birds by sight Then flU Interest is keen enough lie k imMl.,

R + ; TIM; ELECTION ISSUE 1 pit cent per annum Very,little led to observe the birds, 'study their characteristic: and Inlet....".

'/ I ,if f tine intnest hud ever been paid identification boots tell1 him something of their range, their migntn

1 1' ( nut'iw of Stuart should carefully ponder bow tof> lcty) little, if any, of the principal habits their netting habits, their food._ lie become interested In [her

I : Drat. their \ote next Tuesday nod been paid., and certain cor- songs and finds! that most birds have more than One sung: that .Wall

1 0 Ti.i men are to be elected out of four candidates':! ')1..tim.. who, held bonds wereiii.t.inllv birds have a call quite apart from their song lie Matches lit the

iI i 6# : : to till two pnmtions) < on the City Commission The sting the City iibta ,>- new arrivals, spying on them with field glases ..keeping!! dark' fob 4
,I iiid arrivals and He learn the habits and
,, iV 'judipneiits getting Court departures peculiarities nt vinow'
I I 1 I'' rulvill determine whether Stuart will make its next (hd.s, : .ie turiiig] the City Com- species: that the cowbird newt builds a heat but lays Its ec gs In otln

a .I 'tti iiittn-t[ payment on its bonded debt-or try to put the ii'ssumtrs to levy 1 taxes to pay Such birds' oats; that the little yellow warbler is a frequent iK-tira
Lt inNrci: in escrow ndmg"4ettlement of a suit instituted u'nnciiU' : Very few people were +a.bee+u cowbird and, sensingtthe difference i in the size of Its own
,MI, t.ivw Time were no funds of the .' lit its nest ion nest
I I. on,' prig ate utuens; who with to I invalidate the bonded i layer : with'" rvnlayers
,Ith, ulinh' lu, the - --- been recorded' that the flicker hot been
f'j'' operate care -- has )) known<< to low tl I
i a 1! debt mid withdraw a considerable portion of \property "units dud the situation! did In- anything 4m it whatsoever, but WE ARE GROWINGMarkin eggs In 73 days; that the male redwlnged blackbird alwjvi' pnnrweek \

( from t the city limits .1..1 l l "arena Uipclcii\ felt and knew that the or ten days before the female arrives, nresumablv irk M d""tdri
's :Nobodj like the bonded debt, and everyone' wants 1 fur a rtemid of about 2 or 3 they City County has busted out of short pants and nesting location; that most owls) swallow their food choir and Ant
td "get, out from under It-but the voters should carefully: tram prior to 1942 the City Omiijsiiun mould! not go done ahead to ,stabilize until some the* 1 is on/ it*. way< to be a young man. ;:, \ regurgitate the bone and skin of their rodent victims in little pcRcti,duti j
had appointed 1 Citizens thing wu of although there.. are mOre than 38 hawks, there Is no such: lilrd u .1'.1.chickenhawk
1 appraise the hazards of a default should the Interest debt situation and the tax It's ,voice 1 If changing and there is a faint trace .
pay.IIIC1h had give "
;imimitttts; conferred with fuzz the and that at most Only two species of hawks" I tilt Jwpoj
r \ not tie made\ <<, n..i..t.i.. payers imnnnahk' amurance! ,that on upper Up, ,
uf bondliolJors
i 1> rt ; ? tliinned and,&the Cooper') are serious threats to poultn ,
be We're growing.Judging .
would .ub.jc
(ompotent attorneys state that failure ,, to make heilll'f'e Inert secured the advice of promm- .heir properties not : A major Interest of many bird lovers Is a practice 1.110\\111. III;
ted levies ... by'the increased figures for the
l, ,,lit Attorneys'' and statisticians, in jc< to unreasonable a ; voting This.is the practice of constructing Various type of )lui.
( l payment, according: to the terms 6f the Stuart big
trice to tk-termme what the'owr result of Courtfhderr, county at large, our population has close to doubled in bandidsmiill
,! utundmjr agreement:, will result In (0)I ) the bondholdersiintf was The Plan of undo traps to capture blyds'whlch are then aluminum suet
dn After Composition the past; 18 We had 6,111 people in 1930,. an
.. P' | thing manyii'iriinvj which b entirely harmless and which bears a dole and number\" iIJ
I 'I. what funds are on hand--already levied for and ith various individuK which the City ,refunded, is purl estimated 7,500 in 1945 and an estimated to 10,000
\ 9,000 fastened around the bird s leg-..... set free.' If.and then the bin!
; {' ( jluttd. ((2)) the bonds going into a default ''status and uf the records in the V S. District I
4 is 1 I Stuart Orlando rbtesaiare
'in Jacksonville, today. caught by another bird binder in a different Jncalih,, ,thi ),
t ,t (a ) the present interest rate of 2 per cent autornatlcall Miami West Palm Beach and In Court at Miami Florida It Is
the Our real values have increased tremendously. We place recorded and the bird Is again freed. There an lour frenul'bird ]
l lid ing raised to 6 per cent according: to the terms of the ither that deemed offer also! part 'of records in the
/ (place' to banding orgjnlzatkms covering/ the entire United Mates .ud.) *j
(:.irctiit Court of Martin County had a tax roll of about 115,000,000 last year: This, ;probably
agreement i advfo J slut could be used' in the through this medium that we ha.. gathered molt (it inn Ild"nn.o1l1.with .
j' I t represents $40,000,000 to $50,000,000 In sale values
i Florida and also of the
In other! words there it every possibility .that we ",tntk'"". Yf'them" .bIm] 'many*of a )part not basedtfn so-called regard to bird migration and a great! l deal about, bird labiabreeding ml
Minutes of the CIty Commission, becaumjv thetax assessment* are
might bi in a worse mess than we are now, forced to; pay personally attiided ranges. Bird banding an exfertSuo. of th; fcitttfjctioa nt
) and it is for to ex.- inflationary values but replacement costsre. There
IW three timer us much on the bonds as we are'now paying. of otfit-r members of the open anyone : bird lovers have In attracting birds to their yard by the condnKtn'
(mine. has been a' tremendous boom in ranching with solid
The who (Ci:itv GmiinuTion. '' were present the of houses feeders and out bud tuod A ken
people will have to pay this money are The proceeding in the Federal or systematically' : putting .
511 lj home owners" and property owners In addition the entire (ilv Commission finally reached a Court were contested and development in its background.; and exciting sport to hunting birds with a centers..5 type uf tiunllni

1 bond debt will be due-and all real estate values mil itett>itniiulion that{ was absolute to the Circuit: Court of Anicals appealed We have ,a? estimated purchasing power of $10- requiring far more skill patience and ingenuity than hunting will I
A lull Building will cease and this community Hill Automatically ntcfrajry' that some steps be In New Orleans, and the 000,000, and that floes not include funds. tucked awayin yon .
(ilen in order to prevent (the ac- bonds. Bank at the Citizens Bank are Individuals with Interest In blrdi and sums
-l war deposits Many particular ,
I return to a bankrupt status In which the covering imuljtioii of interest at the rate iroceedmgs! in the Circuit Court -r.w
$3,60Q,000. Portal savings in October were\ 319543. get,great sol Uf action from keeping pet Canary or parrot Nd J
? ,if Martin contested over
i of the County were
S mortgage on every piece property in city-will l 4 t 6 per cent,* and endeavor to birds-quail r\l lpheawnt.'turkeya
f wantto |In this same class make of raising
x ho. Payrolls run close to $1,000,000 annually If you persons[ hobby
b due
( -and that would stalemate progress and growth tUcv the obligations a current: ;
p, I The News w highly.in for of sensible !(usis. oq After (lie Decree was. enteredby 'get' an idea of the! buying power J In this area: the peopleof There are many bird fanciers o.- who rake! ,. _
1.. any plan toted birds as a hobby and hold annual competitive exlilUtlnm of JJpjous !:
1'f the U S. District Court l orders the local post i
f which The climax of this critical can Stuarf'alone sent money through /
will solve the bonded debt problem-but we do situaK breeds of chickens bantams Although ft* W-
< turkeys
I not believe >U occurred(; when the accountant inning the Composition, the bunds office last year i it) excess of $115,000.Tax ,I geese.
blindly without
l' in defaulting now taking into were printed by the Columbian bidden by law, cock fighting II 1 still common id many\ parts thaJ
u ho hud been retained by the City always of community
consult'ration the possible! consequences. lank Note of Chicago. : collections are a barometer} J country:' ., v ,
rI Every property owner should familiarize himself. jimniiHum advised the City Commlsion illinois, and after the printing was financial conditions City taxes were collected 96 i Bird lore Is a hobby\ of minimal expense! a pair of (field gla.f \1 I'd;

.b with how the candidates stand on this question. Those .c f that, the total with obligation the completed, all of the members of per cent last year and county taxes have been collected I a good reference bonks' are all that are required Tlrfs may 11I1"p"A" ,

intt' 'slid in principal together unpaid 100 cent for the past three years.. explain the popularity of the hobby for nearly every snvJI rlljf PI
4 I r ( rt( continued!: prosperity and employment should Interest and judgments out. In City Commission, the City Attorney per .

i'' .; do the< same. For a community which has defaulted on JtiJuij against, the City, had the City Clerk and the We now have 8,100 registered automobiles, and truckS hamlet has Its bird ilub. There are five large national orgmiialM! *,

::1.t bonded( hot and has no solution at hand in a bankrupt nit'lied (lie < over Clerk of the Circuit Court. with in the county an Increase of 40 ,pe(, cent in two years.,. of bird lovers: The American Ornithological Union with a pwWr>Mj J

it 1'; i "mninnin in which no one will Invest, no one will build M 100 ()XK1( and:::: /iFuto/ : the their respecthe teals made a trip We consumed 2,944.079 gallons of gasoline Jn the past 011.800. composed chiefly of profiotwtI1'I'1e (educator adult K tf\*,

( l i ( mil nothing in done. City' Ownmisskiu that these, ob. 10 Chicago for the purpose of injecting 12 months and 221,614 of kerosene. ,iAn / ., !lawyers' etc.); the National) Audubon Society with 6,100 Audit",
ben and than 200,000 school children in the Junior
counting checking! signing -
I yatuins were bearing Interest at and the indication of our farm growth U the fact that we Clubs the Wilson' Ornithological dub and the Cooper Oralth.hbp(-,
sealing transferring :
\ 'I !! FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN JM' this rate time of, over the $66,000 Commission.a. yearU detcdied bonds to the First .National Bank used only 774 tons_of.fertilizer in 193T but 4,124 tons club each with over 1.500 members, and the bird banding sJJ-J

1 Oiiruniifttion) efforts to establish! a First Federal Savdirs that the only feasible thing of f Chicago, who/ was' designated/ as last year. lions of which there are four with Interrelationnhlps among Ihnv (
+ V: I.oan Association in Stuart are now underway. tn d.. was exchange! pieces of paper Transfer Agent. There 'were 66$ telephones one year ago '' On Nov. are five Widetv'circulated! national periodicals, Bin! Ion, TM' -

Tho'I completion of this project would be a constructs tot'.Iriftg! an interest rate of 6 per Under the Plan for refunding, 1st this year 850 were being served by the Stuart ex The WOton"- Bulletin, The Condor, md Bird Bam/ing./ and<1 1. v tf.

the .interest rate were., let as change-and applications are on hand for 169' more. several dozen more or less local but regularly published butk4rnNational
I i F "ti l ,.h'p forward for Martin County since it would stimu 'tine 'fur piecei of puper bearing a up interest entirely tatsa
inner olUmuH '' .1944'lber. only 474 phone of which 60 Audubon Society' does not limit its
r 11 ms sole 111'building in and around Stuart. Shortage of interest rate, payable over Back in were
J pwiod d of thirty years. per annum for the first S' were military installations.. Our, telephones have doubledin and since Its organization In 1885 It has been one of the mat r"j"lforces
'iimkh axttilable long-term mortgage money on this fed- Tlw Commission realized : ) lor conservstioa of wild life in this country J It, wu L44 ?]
'"rally i approved' plan holds back construction badness Crty yearsIKS four years Roosevelt) /tr/ "*' :l
of' !
the of lml lent Theodore ,
sponsible (during term Tjfbig
hut for the succeeding )
the of the ofStiMrt annum
at Stuart
; taxpayers City 'Almost $4d,000 was spent by the public
I h"i ,Uiitiif J \ ami( new residences especially in the smaller :2 I bird preservesk; 01'which the federal government' has e5J"
: stand for
atl'tono' ctjulj not a levy years post. office' In the year ending October 1-..* whale of Plot .bout The AwM-
i debt 29 for the succeed 170. coveringappraumately 14,000,000 acres.:
service in such an amount, per annum
It I ii the good fortune of the county to have a subt .und aim continue to' taxes ing 4 )years' of stamps! I Society itself maintains/ protection on 5,000.000 acres in 36 ddfptd
t t inti.il and. progressive financial Institution in the Citizens for the operation of the pay commun- 3X per annum for the sucoeed- Building permits in the city of Stuart totaled $353,656 I erne, and most of the states have set aside pl'ftet'o'tt, amamtbg' t

flll1k: of/ tlllirt. A Federal Building and Loan .Associationu It l\ Therefdre. after conferring IngT ;In the past year.; No record is kept of county permits several thousand hi number. The largest preserve set aids Ity)M**

hi u ould' not be u competitive bank but would be a specially \I ith representatives of different 4% per annum for the stacteed-' but it is estimated that ,at least twice! as much building Is In the delta of the Yukon, an area larger than the state of Cauu.tMsi i\
the entire county' In the city-so 1n 1913 President Wilson established the Panama Canal. at m bird WPl I
9 throughout
I ilf-upncd/ financial institution to increase building mort-\ bond firms, the city was forced to ing years went on dens >*"
age tatihtie liixise the representative! who I 5* ,per annum thereafter we've had a million
rf r s, { :Martin County Iras the geographical location climate ontrulled a sufficient number of It can readily 'Wn that in- Qur facilities ttf serve ,the public and the touristhave undoubtedly the smaller birds are more numerous In this "f"1*!; !*.
I by BW ,
Ix.ads., that bank ever before. Many of th ebirds threatened with extinction
w> )proceedings (in fad! of '
$68000 Increased J
paying over a greatly
r second to none-but is short on housing facilities to attract : '
,uptn' under t the provisions of the interest the the In with state licenses 'io merdal hunters are again on the increase '.'
I a large. number of winter visitors .as well year on debt ltypaid 1936 there were 34 >aced> Were t !
as many
\Vilcuk Interest In birds has "J .1
could betaken economic justification
Bankruptcy Act. an
1 ;approximately f 1JOOO perear food and these had a seating capacity, of 985. Today .. I
N 'rtherii people who would like to build in I serve them '
f permanently in, the,U. $. District Court for :3 bird, agriculture and horticulrure as we practice WOt'.J TfcIpossible.
) approximately ;;;
years; seating
I : the count, Thereafrer many conferences 17,000 for 2't'a..nd I these,, are 82 such licenses and the places nave, a I No bird .Is tot.Dr.harmful, and !m (fact K h que" '? ,.

a The News favors any and every means possible to were bold between the, City,Commission approximately per year$22,000 capacity I of 2713. here are any birds which do not do more good thari harm p"! ,f

.i.iItl *,tinaulati, building activity In this county. We firmly ,, and its fiscal agent, andrepresentatives to the present time which per from year"p In 1936 there were 19 apartments having 475 rooms. logical Survey dlvlskm of the (Department t of Agrloilhir.. M ben Tic!

feet that the answer to Stuart's debt problem I is to increase, ) i of large blocs of January I,1942 amount to till,' There are .now 26 with 676 rooms, In 1936 there were chief source of authentic fa.formation regarding the food of M"* ".,

the number of buildings and homes which help bear the. rinds. in Order to arrive at a PlanS 000 of interest, whereas under the 10 hotels with 293 rooms, there are still the same1 number have examined the stomachs of over 112.(000) () birds. Including p**;;

load Growth and expansion' would solve this l problem \" Composition: would be acocctpKKl old interest rate of( 0 per cent, it but their room capacity has-been upped.to 559. In 1936 every species found In thlf'toII: ttJy" They morehal toP"J.([{g.i

with the addition of new tax values I : by 66 2/3 per dent of the would haven. over $462,000 in there were 14 rooming houses with 143 rooms, today not only as to the type but the quantity of larvae worms tJl'

The Savings & Loan could be an important factor : bcll1 dhokkra. This was necessaryMrcuiise interest Therefore during the 'there are 81 with 209 rooms bee, .weed seed, and other OUooa' Iutstates, eaten '""' bll"f' ;;as.Jiitimated

!in helping Stuart grow-and in helping Stuart its I' stake proceeding In the past 7 yean the City has. saved The; fact! add up. Stuart and Martin County are for Inslance that In one slmW(Iowa) the tree_tpn .4

debts. 'pay V.; &. .Dlktrlct! Court 51 per cent \ver $351,000() () In Interest and tins and active areas--growlng{ communities English sparrows), slone/ eats approximately Ions oE "
prosperous ""' ''
of (the 4'fedittdDU8t agree to the been in a pot ton to make much Let the Chamber of Commerce remem er these facts one yearn! Nearly 10 ton every day of pummel! 'I'bc1 have e4 ,;

Pin belore' the Petition could' beflednd I seeded Improvements, acquire the convincing/ figures of the same sort regarding.Wrds \I'hIch '
CENTER Its 1949 drive-and not be bany.
when it
A CHRISTMAS. SHOPPING I i / thereafter, additional Mater Company and other vahfoMe begins beeh done" boll weevil the chinch' bug, the. Japanese beetle, etc .J
blue and "What has ,
1 Stuart brnKlholderj must consent to the properties and equipment, I one who crjes the says Paycholoekd lIIIJ i To 11III .to. tn \tiIporhnt\ Isbsf I 6wh
Is Martin County's Christmas shopping center Mull Plenty has been done-and Martin County ,and the flOUt 'al'tlvals fUll
1 Mlikh" would constitute I fully realua that there' have bird) studr Is the pleasure of noting the new
Stuart merchants have itovked their stores, with //)613) per cent of the total l 'tut.ttamlltg been many new people who haverecenllyl city of, Stuart Jensen Beach and every other community dn'b I something akin to thai of seeing old friends/ wbu aql+ '
thousands)! of dollar worth of special Christmas ..merchandise before that when the figures .of ten years ; obligations a Final come in and acquired are proof of Mm some time. The recognition of a hitherto UJIOOI"jhl; !
I -and the dollars which you spend here with them Decree would be entered by the properties within the City, and 'today' are compared. land' there are JJOQ different rperies and subspeciesGrande __ '

will remain at borne abet circulate ,at home. f cirtAt ,' who,, I (.feet are entitled! to know -- !) Is a little like meeting a celebrity one has ayt;

Shop in Stuart first. the time that the1 !Plan of mm* of the actual facts so that I number of years :and.. I feel Tile, practices' ,of'good' tnea are know. One develops affection lot birds on ectIM: _??

1 l..fllTlpfJitltln WM entered Into by hey will not be guided entirely I Ibtlt< K would have grown oatl"'l more subject to.error (halt their one to want to see them again,' to know thenySeltw\ to eecIthem. |, ,

The devotion of thought to an honest achievement the 1 City Commiwlon, Mme of the by the mlMtatementt lhat are I II itwre had liter -,. a little .. ir
a makss the achievement possible Mary Baker Eddy ; f:,ih tmtmisiloners: felt that the I ward on the street corners' M|cooperation) and f Mile. \lets distension I rood! but endeavor / d.eed

tt ''11 No abiltie., however splendid, can command success P'-in' was aatfafactOl')'. They would I have herd a resident (if Stuart I / among: Its re )Ienta. I \ examples to There .Is a psycKokiglca) sathfactM. lo me /6t, maling 6slbl,

without jntens* labor. 'and preserving application much. nitlinf' have cut .the whole t since 1923. Mid f have seen it i ij Very inihtUABRS' yburii II"velccndug(k to( good precepts, rations and keeping lists It Is thisJrnpuUw in pt ftet1 whirl '

>-* A. T Stewart, I ,1)1) 'W pre Mill or: refuse to pay row,u.ld.ir.4l>K/ during the f*df i I I.J II.i HOPSON ..Diatlllp i tall( (Come"! .' Ott 1,1Ir.fltt,!" )" "' ,

,err ,,. ,A44&f. j MMba">.MA I. ..... l ; a u+r..m.tl.r6 ,

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Tafahaage6.|) tlEABIID; Dee 0-The numMT CHECKS Mailing FOR date CHRISTMAS ol state -warrants Ocean Breeze Park hour, M. Pray, Sly'\ lb. trout on couples, all of whom left California It a happier place In which to Pittsburgh for 25 years. Clara ;a 1 '

MT jfnJtoym covered by un-, covering State Welfare -'- -------- I shrimp with popcork, off Bewail together In a trailer caravan live; Mrs. Bertha Clark' vast was head of the collection .&114'credit
.npb eat compensation under meats public assistance Point; Mllo Boughner, 4-foot alligator for Florida last fall. knowledge of "blrdology;" Ge- department of Gimbel''
e riwld l reached an'all- are being scheduled earlier Jack MacNab Oar and 10-1X4 Ib. snook, flan "I Can Cook" Rhelndort neva Diets, basketful of chips:; department store In that city, 1
IM peak M the end 0! Novem- in December M that all recipient Elected Head plugging at South Fork; "Doc" barbecued. I f-lb. porterhouse where the Indefatigable Terrio One of the most active work
with 1X010 employers ..ubto will receive their checks I Barber trying out his new Cor- Friday night at the picnic put It guest when she entertained ers In the Park, Mr*. Vaught to
IJet* the law Carl B. Smith. prior to Christmas Day H. B. Of New Shuffleboard ClubBy tectcraft powered with a 10-hp. ground Beef f eaters were Mr*.1 OES Circle ,Unity Chapter treasurer of the AmericanLegion : ;
Ssirman of the Florida Indus- Kraft announced today, The I Onan; the same "Doc" Barber, Rhelndorf, Betty Jackson and: last Thursday. Auxiliary, Post 128, Jensen j
1 Irlal oommladon announced. latest mailing will be on Dec MRS. ----- with Bill. Tallcy, catching H Zola and Gordon Swarthout. Beach, secretary; of the LadIeS'
-- 20,he said.1 I ZOLA SWARTHOUT I trout off'! bridge on Thursday With the pasteboard rtfflers: I Know Your Neighbor: That Aid Circle, Jensen Beach Community -
Shuffleboard ter Sheet, Mettle R. May Rose (night); Bill Peet recorded a Winner this week Were Mr.*.: attractive cottage with the gar- Church, an active mem-
Investment In woodlands and The last Inventory of Florida's enthusiasts, S3 Warren Jennie Bank,Joan But I catch of 18 trout, :2 I snook, with Milo Boughner, bridge; Mr. William den on Bth and Hibiscus U occu- ber of the church and Bible class
mim m Florida total close to forest resource was made In j strong, riot Monday morning in ton, Erma Marshall one trout tipping the scales at 5 Hench, pinochle; Mr*. Benjamin pied by William and Clara of the Sunday school, sews regularly
1833, ,but one l Ja now "in progress the Community Hall 'Ocean Rausch, Mary Myrtle the, (bridge, live shrimp); Col. E. Banks, 500. Vaught, and the Black Persian at the Martin County Red
Breeze Park for the purpose of Huntington, Frank Bausch, D, A. I M. Dixon launching his 16-ft. It pays to advertise: Dr. Rob Rummy formerly of Pittsburgh, Cross Chapter Stuart and t* ,
organizing a Shuffleboard Club Marshall f. B Huntington, Jack Queen Mary; Zola Swirthout ert Gardner and wife, Ella recently but now permanent residents of also working on the American ,
and to plan a tournament which Gamble,Louis A,Pero 1', L. Babcock lugging her 18-lb snook aroundthe In from Breckvllle Ohio, Ocean Breeze. Attracted to FlorIda Legion' Christmas party for
265 should get under way shortly E. J. Springer A. M. Hed- Park with "Liar Club" claim their early arrival this originally In 1939 by Mr. children. Hobbles are fishing .'
FITAW TI6I1T OUR e after Jan. 1. lund D.U Kahle E. H. Putnam, : Males which weighed It In at year was occasioned by the fishing Vaught' love of fishing, they William) and flowers (Clara ri
Jack MacNab was elected pres .P. C. Clark and Elizabeth Mac- 21 Ibs I new in.this column, mailed came to Ocean Breeze In 1941, I Year-around residents, bothI, \
1 SERVICE FINE, OUR ident. He appointed a board of Nab. to. them by Myrtle Terrio, Earl built their cottage In 1846 the Vaught like the summer ,
HARGESWL OLLRATH directors Including Mrs. Earl Putnam Mr*. A. A.Brush was appointedto j. "Pierre" Malone;; :; and "Gaston Atkinson 1* on his way 'down William was with the City of season better than the wlntetU ''i"I
Mrs. Jack Gamble, Charles'; solicit funds in order to buy Woods christened, their new! says Dr. Gardner, for the same At
Puck, Albert Ford:\, Jack Shomer, sets of disk to be made availableto "huntwagon" last week. Bag; reason. ;
The Plumber"J SI Krueger and Jim Smith This those not owning their own' nine quail The Park'. "breezing" about: !

board will meet next week to Two arrl ilTron1 Canada Mrs. Bernice Graves and Mrs. The "Chameleon Can-Can", new You Can Bey Sure i9f,
|J FOR draw up a set of rules to govern j Fannie Stage, Elmira, N. Y. dance Invented by Jack Shomer ,
the .
"trailers the
the play on ,the courts, arrange copped traveling dined with the Mackr Costellos on the shuffleboard court Spectators :- To GetSANDWICHES ;;
6 longest distance" record this
y Quick, Dependable for a number of court Improvements Nov. 30. Jimmy) Overday Frank i dNNDR f:
week while New York State
i and settle.tournament details Mr and Mrs, Bob Numcr, ret Hawkins and Roy Harvey report or
SERVICE again surged Into the lead of the I turning from Kansas City the creation, claim a live cham- ;.
Also present at the'meeting States-parade, accounting for brought their daughter Roberta, eleon under one' shirt I* necessary -

ARE EQIPPED TO5T1MATES LE ANY SIZE JOB were Betty and Eugene Royer, of seven 32.new Arrival arrivals this out week of a: total who will visit them tot a few for proper execution; the Rice ]aurant( '
s'Till a
Earl Putnam. Mr. and Mrs. P. weeks. way In which Bob Seal and Joan
SUB ED Clark, Mr and Mrs. F/ Bray, E. Mr. and Mrl. H. E. Crawford Harry and Jessie Von.Zell visited Sutton both can make a piano L
F. Henderson, Mrs. A. A. Brush Long Beach, Calif; Mr. and Mrs Al and Thelma Hammond In "talk;" laughter from the vicinity << ,
R. N. Neuman, Pasadena, Calif ,
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Griffith. Ted ; Fort Pierce Saturdy night. The of the "Hotel Palmetto Bug" night
Vollrath Plumbing ervice Banard, Sam Stevens P. M. Mr. and Mrs E. G. Heaton Riverside Hammonds were one of five permeating the Park and making ;;
N. J.; Mr, and Mrs. William '
11:. I Van Arn dale,
Ooodenow Danzer ,Toungsvllle N. Y; Mr. .-- ------. -. -. -. --.--- -. --. --. -. -. --.--_._.-_._______._._._._._._. __ .__.::..:-_. _..::.._._._.
LARRY VOLLRATH Herb Cassell A.C. Blr, H.J.Cries N.,1'\' ',
and Mrs Fred F'reSidney, N vsGsys&iis&sisK
,W T. Krowarz Mr. and Mrs. F,
Y Mr., and Mrs E. H. Rowe,
Akron Are. Stuart Fla. ; \
L. Hackett, Edward Warren, {
South Glen Falls. N. Y; Mr. and
Robert; Seal Mr,and Mrs. Ches- Mrs James Overby, Indianapolis \\Ii t !

u ; Mr. and Mr A. J. Bennett
Willard, Ohio; Mr. and Mr*. Al
Hawker, Reading-Pa; Mr. and
Mr*. L. D. Peterson, Cochranton,
Pa; Mr, and Mrs. Simon Jacobs, ; .\
New York City; Leonard Miller
----- - -- ---
Martlnsvllle, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Carl S. Crummett, Newton, Mass; Ie
Bernice Graves and Grace Stage,
Elmira, N. Yi; Mr. and Mrs, Hayes
Cummings, Garden City, Mich; i
'pri.will / Mr. and Mr*. T. Fallmetier, Lyn- "
Thanking j u for your endorsement in the brook N. Y; Mr. and Mrs. May f'.
nard Smith, Elmira, N.Y; Mr. and Your choice of a home gift makes Chriatma I i

I appreciate your continued vote and supp Mr and Mrs H. Phillipsand I ;
i / ,
and pleasure to the whole family throucho dA
Toronto Mr, and Mrs.
son, ; ,
my candidacy forSTUART Karl Jarvis. St. Albans, W. Va; i the )'e"ral( 0111 I:
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Springer Point i
Pleasant N. J; Col.! and Mrs J. i i
A. Brooks, Alexandria I Va; Dr.
MU IPAL DGE and Mrs. R. M. Gardner, Breck-; I I1I1IIe.

Ohio; Theda. Hill and 8. I ,
Riley, Akron Ohio; Mr. and Mr*. !
E. F. Lockwood, Houghton; Lake
Warren, Pal; Mr. and Mr*. L. W. I' l lf
DEC. Hill., Nassauadox, Va; Mr and I
Mr*' Madaley l Toronto; Mr I
JI.: ;
and : L. E Wilson, Washington
". la; Mr. and Mr*. Bob Logan, I
Ray, Ind; Mr. and' Mr*. H. R. i iI
Bluer, Washington, la. and Mr. I i sl J
I and Mrs George J. C, Smith, Pa- Platform Overstuffed o CLUB CHAIR ,
DYER task-Ma, Ohio. I ROCKER Spring-Filled Cushion, )'
1 Handsomely Patterned j
: American Rich Covering
Santa Clan Lane The
( Legion, with the aid of the I For Comfort Coverings

Ladle Auxiliary will give a I \\
Christmas party for children at
the Legion home on Depot DriveDec.
20. -All Ocean Breeze chUI drr p
dren are Invited. Jessie Von I
--- Zell has been appointed chair I

man of the adult's Christmas I '
party to be held at Ocean Breese l
HalL Margaret Hall I 1
311111 chairman Community of the Children' party i I A KNEEHQLE DESK [( Let,

Dee, 24, held a preliminary meet- I

tC ( ( ( ( ( ( (' ( ( ( ttt(!( ttttttt'QOR Ing of I Park. mother Tuesdaymorning. I : gives home ious air ,,

Statistics: SI and Irma 1
Vital /top r z
Krueger are receiving congratulations 49= Eighteenth Century griod a le with plenty

CHRISTMAS on the birth of a grandson I POKER TABLE, + of topi.hed space and d er roc Richly fin.

to their ion and daughter- Wood Frame Felt in maple or Inut Graceful Wall Shelf,
In-law Mr. and Mr*. Edward C.Krueger I J5 Strong ,
of Columbus' Ohio; Elisabeth j a Top i Space for Chip Walnut or Mahogany
and John MacNab announce Fini.h.Caned .
the birth of a granddaughter I End .'
KS e f to their daughter and i

son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. David I I
Wllhelm, Barqulto, Chile. Mr. 3 f jlutl
9 WUhelm Is an engineer with the /

Rf Portr-Cable Anaconda Copper Company, currently ,
\ CURD SANDERPorterCable stationed In that country. i
It's difficult to 'believe, but Fred I
and Lena Wright' grandson,
o Charles Fj Sargent 3reot:\ 1

Brownsville Pa.. recently was i
1 1b married to Miss Dolores Ryan of i
+ that city
Ocean BreeSe women who sewed
at the Red Cross In Stuart last 1
b ditlNVER week were Jessie Horst, Nell Bryant
Myrtle Puck and Clara Combination End Table, 1
Vaught. Next session of this I Serving Cabinet| two
worthwhile work will be "next 1 Drawers, Walnut Se etary Desk in lovely

IT SANDS I IIT pOR GUILD A *n:1eaMS:;: More any volunteer of theabove Veneer Your Choice + fronts Ma any Veneers.compartments Drop
I any
DRILLS I IIT transportation.
his e ktautyl And ft HTM a ,
GRINDS'' at POLISHISI! ri man hou nothand.nsndingdrudgery.ker Mrs. A. A. Brush has received --
10 Times 14 Arnold, Of Styles
S f0 In m time M all the Guild Sander word that her husband, i
'l a flft that Mattel any know how me6or h inwothi don glued Joint r city engineer of Montclalr N J, i ,
"bpiw. the vbolc year raiw4l) You ftmlhef furniture nd woodwork ., been taken to the hospital i
And the an tIn family on .... It. the strong Porter for.a practiol ble OTStw- Uactty from doori that tticli ,. remort there has with serious back Injuries I
The PorUr-Ctbli Diw OriwtarI and varnish stains and
th t-- pant necessitating surgery. i
I*** your sir fanutun. baeHn pc too s
tpoti. and Has1 -
6-- Alley:
break at s special obewfd-ww Gasoline !
*=>be aoMMorln lik*drill,ud Does seers el 1 Cassell, Bud and Ruth Griffith
tptKn. It triad _*II It rip an ro. iitt. Tilts toe Helen and Ed Okerlund I
owe. !:'ions SCOTM till heeds up t fiBl iedo Iowan ands with their guest Mr: and Mrs.Arthur i
.>*. t.i wood and mtd. rain brato ranging from a Okerlund of Olbbstown,
Tit notot on the Porur-Cabt wratehttedeep.poaedadoina, Th Porter-dble Guild Stndet West Palm 1 1Beach +Ek
Grwder Wnsh. only hi 9 Ibt. Required ao.kiIt'nest N. Y to Miami To 'e '
U twit u powerful: irooviB* only Geneva I f k
Mchtet In 6!does It 1 61/, 1 IUf H- pistol gnP, trigger- orVrietlc*. Abrasive belu eta be : Helen Mast and and Table Type with
tV' toted .has bih.twl fork ,rehtartno-handrpwatwoh dJked to Just a few lecondi. It* lieu; Charlotte Welch Myrtle I. Charming Bridge
too take Wearies thrust *f { fully guarded.. the l any mat eta use ae>OI Job Puck and Dale Welch, Mr. and cither metal or wood bases and standards, 0
\the hour.ia his home*op, and Vennle II
Mrs E. M. Bcherer COLORED MASS KS Patterned or plain parchment type shades. t- ,
ODtuotchlnir b. + and Mrs.
w.NM.pl.d.r w i. ;
It Bank to Juplter.
for .eer1.
M'k.d Attra
lira" .a...aPer.r...-<:..wY.. ID-0 The awnab'."do, .a4r." .& .., .. Cs, is ,.d ... It M.r. Arnold Corey to Fort Myer, i f Shape v Reflector,3-way Floor (I
;:'I' Pw I am MA' dews .- a/.A.ret. dporweeteit'soool I ] Pay The {Mather Easy WayMYA1Ts''Mf. Lamp, Heavy Base, *\
-- -- baltbox: catch Leatherette C red In
.... ; 0" From 8nor r I f Metal Standard,.
o if the week U Ed Lewi 28 trout, !? Harmonllin right Terms To Meet Your Budget With Shade
weighing '
with one tinny monster I / Colo
Set 12-J/4 ibs. from boat with liveahrtmp
Miracle i
Gift TiWenj Ed Lewis, ( e'
IdealS rutma. ); Mr. and Mrs.

,, *tm .-. rry it like a suitcase open kiddiepartieThe with Jackson Mr,*. J.plugging1 Somer and-with Mr*blue. & I I ,Give the Finest for Christmas Pay Next Year on Convenient Terms

aand te n-e ideal for beach parties, mullet, landed 38 snook Saturday I f
.. 24.95 Mrs. Jennie Bank
.' morning; I
pdpnici \ landing a 8-lb. flounder on Jen- r FURNITURE
ten Bridge: Mr. and Mr*. Carroll I MATHER

Alpeter, night fishing from the i
Co. bridge, landed:: five, snook (total
Casa, Lumber turn weight, off M Thatcher'lbs.) Dec.bland I "Tex", boatIng Ta. !I 5 ir r LET US FEATHER YOUR NEST."WITH A LITTLE DOWN"J

11 trout 4 reds and uncounted Jack I J I Old Dixie Highway .t Akron Ave. E0 BURGESS, Manager Stuart, Florida -
Jack and snappers;
art Phone 66 I Gamble, plugging at Jackson'sboatyard J
,, picked up i big trout aotfwww.*

) 'ia)1, ) :a )a. );>>t>> and four nice snook In hall.an

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l LIVESTOCK SALES I THROUGH nlne.yearby Dr. The present minister Or. Wick N. 1. For II ;
i SERVICE Sahm\)a News CHAPEL SERVICESTO followed for by yeas ;::

.. ; }' lacUonvUl4!. Dec. II-Flortda fROM BOSTON SET I Florida I RESUME SUNDAYIN William E. Blederwolf t thefamous Thomas 8 Brock, I II a graduateof I I professor in the 8chw

I ; h'q 1 ti produces carrted home a I1'OM'f' j I PALM BEACH and successful! evangelist the Dutch Reformed Theo- Theology of Temple IINyrIn I
Through Pullman service from tt New BruMIIIIIIIRIIII11111-
logics} Seminary \ Philadelphia
I II cash total ot $UItIOU from Ferris WheelBy SOCIEtTPLANSSALE gO'H of the msbyterian Church. ;
and to Boston and New Englandpoint .
)'f' .''t' ''f eight sales Ct'nlA'rs during the I I Fifty year nl'J M Flag- At his death, and l before the -
last peekly report period, I, will be operated by the I ler, who was then developing ''IIIpuuuRlplun / !III!IIII ghnnhnthlnluublhtubliiBRJ
call t
: I t ;r cording to repose 'evsfable ari .1| Florida Bait Coast Railway this I HORTENSE E WELLS SATURDAYIN this east coast of Florida, built settled trustee minister were ready, the Rev Joseph NER'SRIVERSIDE

,r Jacksonville otTlc" of Florid ; winter for the first time since That ancient: and bewhlskered the Royal'Polnclana Chapel u A. Vance of Detroit served for
State Markets 11th cash total before Oliver, I wheeze which says that there RESTAURANT
the L.
) war George! The
I a place Of tor ail creeds, an Interim of two year
CLIO Is nothing: new under worship
1.354 tile sun is
represented rt'Ctlpl fCll'
j' of
AT'V" "," cattle and 3,3O hogs The the passenger line announces trlfflc manager. ,I being dally disproved by the POST OFFICE and for the benefit of the residents Rev. John Edward Carlton served until was SPECIAL MENU EVMr DAY tg
i called In 1941 and
i. .
I i'''Id Jk? three markets lot wi kh cash !I Beginning Dee IT a through American: people, Never beforeIn and tourists of the PalmReaches : his death In 1947. Fried Chicken, Steak, Oyjftr and Shrimp 1
AdpMl" ". figures were 'uhavauable :han- sleeping car will\ )leave! Bostonat l history has a Victorious: nation By MRS. O D QHGIEY: ; The original chapel, I During this past summer the HOME COOKED
li\ \\\t died 1,021, cattle, '! and 1 '100 hogs, 8 each morning for Florida undertaken the feeding, accommodating some 400, was chapel \ total" of 1.381 cattle East clothing: and general care of a The Ladles"Missionary Society I *
maklnr a later to
Palm I ). ,i"" :1 'I l Coast destinations It all I enlarged a seating capacity I present location In order that
", and 1.005 hoge handled! on .the: people defeated not once, but met Dec I at church Mrs.
Wlt.hI.f', I',;: r l operate on the New Haven'Co* the of nearly 1000, with the Cocoanut Row extension RS. ALBE
faCJ1l''j'' a/'j' :":; J.-1. 11 cooperating markets.'r ; lonlal to Washington, thence on :U twice neither, within a generation. This George psborn presided. Two many extra chair being used I might be completed and a new GINNERS
a philanthropic
. ably I: : t saYII-I the Washington section: of the nor articles "The Sleet Storm" and to accommodate the crowd of entrance made to the Whitehall Drive In SeyticeVe
'' ,
)if 'r, +1 Florida Forest Service Atlantic Coast Une* Florida undertaking buta worshippers. Services will begin -
location 505Th st wcla v
J In lea Uiloa
HoteL The change ,
"' house campfires, stir and grim determination not to repeat The Church Walking with the pre rca as 1
';;.f' e your : Special: to Jacksonville On the there Sunday Increased
. ... I I\:I I ," '._. douse again. _I Florida East Coast Railways the mistake made following World. were read Plan were For many year the chapel ha parking made facilities possible\and the landscaping ilullltll I/IIII/ IIII llllilll II IuIIIIIII Illlllryl III IIIIIIIUIIIImamIIIIIIII tlgHYMNgJ,1
( Ii : : ) Dull Stream It will' arrive in j World War I when Germany' made to order curtains tor the was the only place of worship of the ground has

/If t ,1;'; ; SAVE MONEY Stuart at 3:M pm. and Miami was left to her, own devices, Sunday School room and for a hi palm Beach and Flager ex- added beauty to that section' w. .
whereupon the devised
I" Ib!, ''I.I/ I at 4:30: pmReturning: to promptly -: bake tale and bazaar Saturday at tended the use of the building of Palm Beach, The chapel has
means bring: about another
t' northward the new I to the Roman Catholics, who '
: CIGARETTES world conflict with methods of' the Post Office from 3 to 13 A been completely renovated, the
-rlf! .iH, Boston car will\ also be handled had a priest from West Palm organ ha been rebuilt and a
I on the East Coast Gulf Stream warfare and Inhuman mass letter of thanks was read from Beach conducting a Mas each been
3'' ,- '''hi: '. ';I;N CHEarrCFIELDi : leaving Miami 12:45 pm. and treatment of prisoners of war the Rev J. N Beard, Yorkshire\ Sunday afternoon set Installed of tubular chimes

; i Stuart at ;I.O} pjn From Jacksonville l hitherto undreamed of : England, for CAR box, A The first minister to serve the
t f L y, .STRIKE I$149l $ 1 It will operate on the While disproving one old RayIng Christmas party. Christmas tree chapel wa' the Rev Webb of ilunpRffpnu' "' 111111111I111I11111"1'" '
f : PHI"! P MORRIS however,
; tl we are confirming eah
'r Washington section: of the FlorIda > and exchange of gifts were plan- a Congregational minister DES M'A KING
I another to the fleet that folks
I i I' '::1 : ttleHD Special to Washington, ned for the Ladles' Missionary who served for two years
l 'r tan get used to anything, even TERATIONS
thence the New Havens Sena He was followed by the Rev. a
I I .;; 1 \ : II, PE5 CARTON tor, arriving boston lOfllO hanging, If only they will stick" Society Club and together Home at Demonstration the church: George Morgan Ward, a personal -; It. ... "' ,, '1"

1 Add I. atlPN..dWr.Ig4 P.m.1 to It long enough Most of us Wednesday afternoon at :2 friend of Flagler, who served b e hibafda.
4 I, ; \1'1:1'u .. rI1..!. .t: e VOt'TII RALlY SC'BE tD can recall the time when the Dec. 22. Mrs W L Merritt p.m.has with greatdlstlnctlon and popularity "ATLANTA AYR SH M8 YOURS!
MI.' 0."" mention of large expenditures
'I'.,.,' I ..'.." Y.e...."..,("."d'di ,. A rally of the community youth 1 1sponsored I was enough to five the countrya the devotional Those presentwere ___ _for_ _31___years.n__He_was_ DiiiiiiKfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiHiiiiiiiiinrCONTRACTING l I !!!!! ,! MAtWrATOI tf I
s : Mrs C; C. Jacobs, Mrs Os it the ( I.i| GvM Mt M>H are lacy
I Ids A .. md. el LIa.N by the Ministerial I Association first-class: case of the jitters, v' WI.a4Na m t ,
i -;: U""N N | born Mrs. W L. Merritt, Mrs J. MMlrr 'if see < saw O hv d i) 4MI Mftniiwi
J of will be held but '
Stuart take It In ,
nowadays we our I grf few MW t i* *Ml I.,5. Only MatA fry
; ..... CIIrCK.', Mnf Y ORDL nl. at the Method! Church Sunday i stride P. Wllbar Miss Kate Riddle Mrs ,.., .Jow CMANCIMTO w a ear e5 'OW, a N.I.sa' .
01.1" o 7 30, with Bob White, Fred Pedersen Mrs. J. J. McCuU I ..d .,Y t.e Se wa.a l ,
( ) evening at : The cost of occupying Germany i r e ari W M.
H'lf'f Allison Tal Co president of the Methodist Youth feeding: and clothing luau. and Mrs O, D Quigley IJ. j MOS YL ..
lCCO A. Stockley Is In Washington -
1 Conference of Florida, as speaker those who have beta and, makeno
I 3. "Pnrl Oil "I I 1IW" All young people of the community mistake about It. are still our D. C.. on business j BING
: WILMING r,1.Y. I !.AWARE is' 1x5111 lire
I p : 'J Mrs C. T Mathers returned !
invitedBECKERS" }
: are I enemies Is necessarily heavy
; ._ __ some l last week after six months
sty; ;1. 111I11I111111111111I11111111'111111.1111111111111111I11I11 ::"' 111I111111I1111I1111I11 !1 but Americans recognize this as on Long Island: JO G 5MA ATOI 1050 coMPANy, Ieac MIAMI, hones i
I ; a part of our national defense
.. tr' = 1 and have demonstrated their Mrs J.L. Terry spent Saturday Prompt, Efficient RcV All Work Guaranteed
Ii willingness and determination In Fort pierce with her sister, NlflRT Y R. F. WILE
Alton Powell and family
to exert every possible means to Mn4
i j "' \ -I I stem the rising tide of communism Mr and Mrs. Leon Ouyer of Emancipator Boat Sales
I. i; i 3 Miles North of Stuart on S.1 that It threatening to Toms River, N. J.. arrived last' Jug Phone 46

= I engulf the world 'To this has week for the winter. : Stuart la: Phone 290. Residence JI4-W
Mrs Roy
't o been added the Berlin blockade -------"-
I Rhlnebeck, N. Y. arrivedto
t"1 t' '. Hot Dogs Hamburgers Sandwiches with its dangers and hazards
H the In their winter
j Cold Drinks Coffee Ik Shakes which have already taken a toll spend season
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home Salerno Shores.Mrs
on ..
of lives which
I I American and IsI '
Stop and Refresh You elf Mary Chandler called on
I being operated at the stagger
!;d t '::11 = On Your Way To Jen.t' each Ing cost to this nation of Mrs. Stanley Hitching In Stuart
t, : I' ,open 11 A. M. 'Till night = 11000000000 a year or some Friday After spending the summer In
i = $3000000 a day.
/ IIl.HhIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItI1111IIIlllliIt111' ' "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIi' !"!!' II1111IIIuIIrI '' '''!.. I None but the most naive can New York Mr and Mrs Harrod Inviting Everyone
are at home In their winter home
attribute the blockade to anything -
r 1// but sheer, unadulterated in Salerno Shores.The at the Civic Center r
I 1r cussedness and a coldly calcu- supper to the
jl was attended by a large crowd.
lated move to enable th Com
The consisted of roast porkor
; a munists to take Berlin, menu
r :'' /B6e' over hot
; I ; ? r" lock- stock and barrel. It thatIs lamb mint or apple sauce
,1 rolls and butter, creamed pota-
: a move toward peace we just
; ten
t : dont know the meaning of the toes and gravy, peas, green salad,
.....1 tJ word lemon i pie and coffee.: GRAND OPENING
I cARROTs Mrs W. J. Garner of South
: i./ ., t a yl rgott It seems, however that Sena- Bend, Ind., and Mr, and Mra. Dan
d tor Claude Pepper takes a different -
I t' Shaw of Hobe'Bound called on
f'' t ,
/ l N view 'Of the dtugtloaDlaregarding Y
I '" : fif go L ,I Mr. and Mrs, O D Quigley Saturday the/
II the attitude of 9f
I I :\ Mr. Garner left by bus r t
r Russia, the 21 Russian vetoes in I: .
/ t
j.,1, ""i" ,
n f after two week here with relative
the Ujiiled. Nations the $3.000.1 .
'. ,/ I f'l and friends. '
!. t ,. ,111II '' ooo a day Berlin blockade: and I I Mr and Mr*. O. D Qulgley and
the American, I who havelost
j pilot son, George, Mr and Mr, John

f I l l.t' air their lift, he lives apparently lying the thinks Berlin, Kathleen D. Stevenson enjoyed and'a daughter.surprise ;Sh'. New Tommy's Bar

1I I that ail la sweetness and light. I party and farewell supper at the

; ,l. if on* may judge by statements home of Mr, and MI'I. Jesse Griffin
I attributed to him In the '
: 400D press In Hobe Sound, The birthday -
f" .t ;! ; Said| the Senator according( to I
Mrs Griffin
( i i was In honor of SlyZ
!"it, M Y ''r ;\ Jr,1. occasion the press) at Gainesville of Homecoming on the: 'i brother Archie Brownlee, Most Beaut&il Spot On rite, Highway. On U. Mile South Qf Martin\!

.. ''I I and the farewell was In honor
; I ELECTRICITY never"There has will been be no such war Justifiablehope There I ot Mrs,nr-:, J, Garner of South \ County Line, 1 Vz Miles North I
of Griffin I
E Bend, sister Mn
: : ,. rIYEt its wAtI of permanent peace. The who has been here visiting

\ I: ; ; 4 it 0N1F 7I/o/ have leaders got of too the much nations sense to today start for two. weeksOPPORTUNITIES. -- -
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f ; a, We war recall" reading in the papers ARE HERE :FRIDAY NIGHt/ DEC. 10

: i ; : shortly before Pearl Harbor Jacksonville, Dec .-(FN8)-) .
I f :, a statement accredited to Fen Florida Is the land of opportunity '

Ii I t r: ator Pepper that In the event of and undeveloped resource For You
J I '" .", an attack by Japan we would Get in on the ground floor by Orchestra / Enjoyment!
J \ end the war in six weeks Actual starting your own business or .
,, I fighting lasted some 1,295 further developing the one you
; days: over and beyond six weeks. already have, suggests the U. S '
\ I : r We trust that his present day Department of Commerce, which a .
\ optimism Is more soundly based has available at its Jacksonville
). office, (25 Federal Blag, a
6 4 l ---------- supply
\ i I I I II' II 7 PEAK! REACHED of publications on establlahhng
t1"%AI and operating various lines Tms; Opening
I Tallahassee, Dec.t-The ,number of business which are considered\ Grany ,
I of employers covered by unemployment likely to succeed A list of thesepubltcatlons
1 I compensation under will 'be furnished: on :)va; made possible thlbugh the coop/rath n and efforts of the following

j the Florida law reached an
request i
. .1 f I. ib ''PT yiI all-time peak -' the end of No- building contractors ynom I sincerejy thank!
: vember with ilOlfl employers TRAVEL ANTICIPATEDThe
; r subject to the law, Carl B Smith,
ib chairman of the Florida Indus- Florida East Coast Rail
1, : trial Commission, announced way has already arranged\ operate JOHNOf TAYLOR
; 3'i several extra train and
( HEAVY TRAVEL SEEN many extra car to take care of

I i c, I 'P 11JEL OIL whmh d $$101 pas bbl Heavy reservations early season on trains requestsfor to the heavier holiday I than, with usual requests travel over for I of Rio, Fla., general contractor, ole untiring efforts and'devotion to my,place,

,, i, .' ', psrNt, sou cis $295$ Florida and other Southern resorts accommodation: till piling up, the
,,7 ep 11411 1 AfQNIi; Indicate a large volume of officials of the! line announced,, made ,ft trujy the most beautiful pljce n the highway. My recommendation ii

winter recreational travel, act-. today
J I ; 1! id IYM bas IHCTMM illempofl cording to C. E. ,Bell,' general highest) for him. :

lies vela in Khufl}nuc* fcwer !ftalpn passenger traffic manager of
I .kv But 1 iui to M>stiwtli\ Bade the Seaboard Air Line Railroad

Mcesur) b q it *Uornill| kith irwd "

j '" fad oil ui ollur tfciuei coils SERVICES PLANNED -IOBE SOUND ELECTRI/ CO.
1111DI 110E ii (Qtdll Ihi average Fica tw kikwiD-tour Holy communion will be celebrated -HERB BRENNAN;

I 5.,, pad t Ig sue residiatal ctslBOtrt uempirtrilj at All Saints, Waveland, '. Hobe Spund Fla. Stuart Fla.
at 11 8 H Austin t ,
Sunday am.
i ( i| 1 75 cgoauni sIb 194L I will\ lead service at St. Mary's, Wiring and Flattering
't'f JOHNM.P [aionry" ,
I f __ eu.LAWJarer.. ____ Stuart,, at that hour JAMES)5MIT!

h A SMALL YARD DOING A BIG BUSINESS e Jensen Beac f it.Palm l Beach

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STtAftt! StCAttf, Mum COtVTY, FIOBIBA, THfRSDAY DEC t, 1948I .- ---, PAGE IiIItfl" .1

City News the fame program which

bn sisted of each person writing con a, from from the !Urge Christmas pie i / -oaaoaot= :: o to--olao: ': .... ...." 10&1,'"'" K" "on, "4nyr.0d '" ill. IIfi0d ,,1M, ...11ft bAne II foutdtnraonl.0. ,Kin lkl IW ,.,U .a Will.. sad.

letter to Santa Claus asking him and 'In whlcll.each that>;, way pulled pulled a string forth l I j Salerno Civic Association!I.,h. !to 14h..l or.,,.,lo..,' M'I' All n".I It,.,"", .11.,d...r./.1.'on', .j ""I ,,,,',,,,., ,.'.,,..' 1 M", ,.11III.. .r...... '!dIn.w'.......h'' 1.d.toll0w UI the I..dlos. of truth"-C 41H45. I I

UB HOLDS to bring to the person on their their gift. Children also were [ _- --

right what they would wish them remembered. 'I dE36C===::aol: fir GLADYS H. PERRY 70 ==-ft>d: tf
to receive from him The letter I Mr. Lucy Van Frank: and Mr I I
RISTMAS were then read by the writers A Paul DevillbU, members of the The! Deo I meeting ot the as keep posted with the affairs of "
I prise of a 'mammoth stick of; Stuart Garden Club, accompanied ,: sodatlon was canceled because'I the town attend each and every
peppermint candy fell Mrs, Mrs W R. Leach and Mrs l ol' the omner that evening. Mrs meeting on Wednesday nights e e .
Marian B. risk for her asking Harry Swlnglehurit Nov 30 to1 I I Kate Mortensen and her committee at the Civic Center. It Is your
.RTY MONDAY for presents for Mrs Anna the Garden Club federation are to be congratulated privilege to be a part of your rye
I B. Day Following Is !the: letter:, meeting at Delray Beach. They I for Its success food was plentiful community and contribute to It

I, MBS ANNA a DAY Dear Santa Claws: I can't rite I reported a good meeting I and delicious The hall In this wa,. _
terry good but 1 want you to, Mr. and Mrs, R. L Wall and was well decorated and guests CHtftCRM Of'CHRIST SCICNTIStfiOB ,
L ot the Home bring my naybor a lot of new daughter Patsy, have returned were served promptly and efficiently Tea PRESERVE: : Or MAN- t
members '
aya. She only has one now I: from Palatka, where they'.pent t 4. Ik* lubjMl .( the town-e.nna'" *
,onstratlo Club of Palm City want her to have 365 bright, Thanksgiving holidays with tel. The exact figures are not whist Ole 1 b 0 mil In l'hurhn.t Ibrtal
arhwph I Ihro.RM.t tin nrkl M '
attended the Christmas par- mornings, 365 days of contentment atlvea.Mr known at this writing but It Is 'A.y :':;
i the Palm City Church hall and 363 nights ot rest. I and Mrs 3, E. Markel had safe to say that about $100 was 0.1 T}Ir'Tj'n wit tnM Test
wery highly pleased with want you to give her a host of as their Thanksgiving guests Mr. netted from the alTalr At this ..... 'N' Mt t will h"l tkM 1
dar program presented for their friends good health and good and Mrs.J. T. Yates and children 'time It means a great deal. M j WitWH I :II;i iI MNlrtl no.. rl..' f ,'IIt'
digestion. Please do all these and Dan Durdin. I IMM the association 7 t
nt The room wa deco- and thanks are II' 1i.&r."I'i ft Ho w
rtn : & :: In'I '
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with up In a big bundle and leave Stella Brown extended to all took oh' h ,
lor the occasion formerly of who partin 11, it, ... O O.dl I ll...irf.... th. rkllilrw 0"r
.Sinai tree, fireplace 'with I them at her door on Christmas Palm City is seriously Ill she any way to make the .n put 11I.10'I tra.i nnilvr lit* nhwlu. I
for Santa andrg.ltabledeeorations Eve-MarloA, was taken to a West Palm Beach a success, o, thy wi... O eon)... Iht
hunt ,
rims! I I' 1 Ins hlnea.s i that KM.-
I Many other games well all enjoyed hospital Nov. 28 and underwent It Is with great :,1:VH, 000 thy tdqh1e.on.u 1. Ibt* VV : .1
r a brain operation Nov 30 II'll I' 'rI borr": ll>ulmi a.:7: HI
and and later Her .
were refreshments welcome back "
utoiis carols sung so many of our T,,. U>< t.ao..la.! fiHlnibi oh.
Christmas poem 'The NlrhtChrlatmll" ,were served by the hostesses, many friends here extend wishes .i Northern friends at \this time. I I r 1"II"w104, .......' fear the ( hrl.tl.nBnkf "
,. ,., .... .. ,. .Y
rendered Mn Stems, Mrs. Smith for speedy recovery, It 1.1 """ "arl nH .01 K..lth
wa and Mrs : was good to see the familiar lrn ," :
ear Ih.
t Ia ertiptuMh br M0y t
5 H Sterna Mrs DeVillbls. Nearly 30 Mr, and Mrs Ernest R Hol- faces KJd,. th. Mind ,
Wallace women were once more I I .. _: _dvli. .h. WILL OVER
Van Frank then took over present and each received! a gift dulst; recently ot New York City,; The floor; will be resurfaced agEAArf
j have
moved to Orlando. They this week so youth night and :I
| spent Thanksgiving with their dance night have been canceledto ;:I I II Florida's ONLY jfeuble Track' Route
friends, Mr. and Mrs Charles allow time for drying of the I, WATCH ., ,
Mayei, and expect also to spend floor At the meeting laSt night I I
the Christmas holidays with i at the Civic Center election( of
them. Due to III health Holqulst: 1949 officers took place, Details'] F 7HEST Incluellng these A this wintoi pmaumtiM on the Cart Coast ol Florida r
has I
'telephone retired from the New York. of the dedication and the FAMOUS TRAINS wt T ond bYFL DAs LARGEST FLEET oi i last t. through
company Christmas festivities will be
On Nov. 24 Mr, and Mrs. Victor soon forthcoming, fom the UST I Fit. making them all ichvoly easy to roadi All will b* ,lilt r j

I Conklln motored to Lake Como, The card parties are recessed j .1., ..d.. tpnol ies.l pewered sad .pia lye quippod.. r,}t
r where they spent Thanksgiving until after the holidays. tee M..." .. SIX cams daily will b* o%151.4 am lh. Florida ta.l Court
_. BRE4 and until Saturday, thereafter Youth night\ Monday and c:.....,... Railway ham and la Now YoW Washington and the Es.tt.a, 4..,
os \guests of the Rev and Mrs, dance night Tuesday will be returned \v"'.".." Ih. CHAMPION, MIAM1AN, HAV J4A SPECIAL and, b* mnina
Loren B. Chase. They have reported I at the Civic H..... tpowt ,
Center under D.c mb lath VACATIONER N>Vr ik and Washmgtoa wehmi -
a grand visit that they proper chaperonage To from MID-W
:... _
found them both In good health'
j and happy to be back In their! r ira MMM aw. t\ timMi\ 'D"C/10'1/ Nagle... Prn.nl luxury coach .h.ambo.n h Chicago and the Md- -
Southern home In January or sea/h Mens West will bo supplemented by /law onV ghl out coach and "
111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIUttu1111111111NI1111111IIII11111t111I111 aunuuIDHntll February they expect to visit the 'Do.Nnd, Pullman trains.-DIXIELAND SUNCHASEff nd FLORIDA ARROW .
Conkllns and while here will try W. W. MAC'SGIFTS .anh..a boamn na Ooconkor I3ih.for .
BILL FRE Lu see as old e1.n1. An
many friends as
__ bens Mmco rocommond year Flonda rain%d and Florida
possible Their
daughter, Prlscllla -
I 'Op'rate e. 1Md d.e ONLY DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE. ,
Doing Butineis As j will accompany them Mr 5e 10 $1.00 E _
and Mrs. chase were here for
lent Sales and S( vice Co. i I lour years at the church. For information and reservations telephone 25 ?
Mrs, Paul DeVillbls presidentof = CHR. AS

Moi "Where and When Y'.SYSTEMS Want It" I the Palm City Home Demon FOR E OLE FAMILY tv LORI DA
chairman Mrs LaVerne Van A Visit Our Stor ill Surprise l'ou.w r
WE MANUFACTURE ff i s and litttilflio
pore, ankle Portable Irrigation Systems = I' Ness work recently meeting called of members a special to florid ludntlry a

Y a1oeT err ORANGE Ave = Work on aluminum trays Attending Q
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ru. row. the two-day session were f1 f& ( f\1
Is11s1111H1111 lillllllllllllllllllllllllllNlimjilllllHIimHIIIIIINUIIIIII III Mrs O. B. Cadwell, Mrs Henry \
Crews, Mrs. Dean Mrs. Ralph 11
Mallory Mrs Clarence Feinauer,
r Mrs DeVillbls, Mrs W H Stems.
D 'T FORGET Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Lucy .I t
I 'r
Van Prank and Mrs. Van Ness. ,
was reported accomplished
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Mr. and Mrs Sam Worthamand rho j j.IJ

Is Open 6 AIM. son Jim, arrived Sunday -' Asf I fr r a
from Speculator, N. Y, to spend ;d J
the winter Jensen\ Beach. They
were here Monday visiting the J; :
'TILl MltifolGHT Wortham families Wortham (is a t tw
brother of V. V. Wortham. 4Ixe "

OODFOOD, / CLEAN ROOMS I" Addle Lea Moore left last week 1" : l
(for Raleigh. N C" to spend the ,

.. .._- -- ..... Christmas olldas and to visit I r
,44-s.-. I her sister and her brother and 4 I
lamll I .
) ,.
Rom I sit l Joe Marshy Mr and Mrs. Whittle, formerly
wicrc -. y of Tallalfossee have moved M I X .\

here and are occupying the E. L. L. y} / t ,',

y Blgbee home bn Riley Ave. \
Yes Sir A birthday party honoring MATCH ;
Judy Mueller oh her 5th birth- ; I r
day was enjoyed on Sunday from
mnia Contagious! "
; s 2 to 4 p.m. at the Mueller homeon \
the Big Grove Ice cream and
: cake served to Yvonne,
nfltDJlgw.nK.il hid I 1 a glass of beer with a bit of cheese were
June, Victor, Bert and Henry
; lights, an4 trledI I "before I go to bed I cm't speak Mueller Connie. Judy and Char /2t\

k by tuning.p the 0.1 for to*.) les Baker, Marie, Inez, Bertha,
4, >. t.rttd H epl mie From when I'sit, food neighborIlitess Donald Noah and Margaret Lud-
sia.lt dowi ikU kt aU1I1 nothing more than lum and Ernest Oary and Betty :

Colts finally (brepp. hint to'idows kninply respecting the other PMVois -. Lou King Mrs. Jean Ludlum. q f,1
Mn June Baker, Mrs. Ernest l- .
t rights-without
that hi rigs| the { or Isntrs p.
King and Mrs. Mueller cared for
UK radio t littl iwer. Bud inning jour owl tastes or opinions the children and served refreshments
nd that was a quickest i iwa his thrat And that goes for .
t for tOur folks' rnnla FveUutlelpssr Vio-i ridlo" my glass of beer, or \\:1:
Last Thursday Mrs Verne Van '
r bard pill Lttror teMperate pleasure you Ness Mrs. Paul DeVillbls, Mrs.O. f' ,

at tl atny of f object to the \peg t. tnjoy.ijr B. Cadwell Mrs Lucy Van A "'
Ta t b. Frank and her house guest, Miss I''f
or snythlns L '
tJtC.njA .Phalen .ot Chicago visited in I :
I It
rfiat evenln ) fcMyself ee person, I like t*> 80e West Palm Beach. "''"

Mrs. L. J. Murphy of Palm City ,
I ,
and her sister, Mrs Mattie Wat- ..t f
1948, ;t"Swrea,,,_.FsoJ.tioaYo son of Homestead were Sudden (
ly called to the home of their + .-
mother, Mrs. Sabra Crow, 82, of
Altoona, last Sunday Telegramhad
been received that Mrs. Crow IJ.I
idle tioney had broken her hlj*. She Is now /_ .
In the Eustta hospital She returned I
home ,on Thanksgivingafter I !
1" ,
a two-months visit at the

Can'earn Murphy and Watson homes

Mrs-.Mary Paulk and daughter,
) Mary Ann, were over night guests
1 Sunday of Mrs Anna B.,DaY.
212 .
: % Mrs Elizabeth Barry"a sisters
Mrs. Jennie Hudson Mrs William
\ .'
and Mrs Nellie
Per Annum*' Hughes Cleveland arrived
I' Connera/all of
... last week to visit Mrs. Barry -
\ onInsured their cousins Miss Elizabeth -

p':' t i' Savings and May and brother,John May. 4/4k/ 4Y
Miami and
also visiting
: They are I ;
"" Accounts other points of Interest In the ,

Federal Savings and Loan Insu nee Corpora- State. .
AureT individual accounts: to $5, 00. Husband ,
fe ma* have total of $15,000. fut insured. Because two-thirds_of Florid <
leg* I investments U forests where trees grow
Federal.la mira accounts are : "N
Guardians, fairly fast, the expansion .
ust Funds, M well as Funds forest Industries in the State g

QlBtraton., .Executors. was dramatic even during the .

Call l or Write depression years


;Savings' and Loan A tion CITY tiagaaI

',of Indian County i
RIver iI

Uoth'.ttreet Dial 2187E I
.' W. S6dgwick Seeretary-treajurer: City Hall I

her FWeraJ Home Loan Bank and Federal ARTHUR DEMON BU>G.aS .

Saviifci> 'and ,Loan Insurance Corp. Public Always! Welcome J NEW LOCA T NTab b

Dt dividend |ate; Jj j aSflMa

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M r'In T 7iTryrle! r tn'n '' r'1 ,
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'I I WORTH $15,000,000 I limbs len by former timber and Week's LegalInstruments ...._"'t R.a WARRANTY Is TA. !YbIH I et ...;:' : :: Yayk
logging operations. This relt v' I aadr Itlll- M .. M wuase L Ga. ....r Rill",..' tot '" 'E
.... 0 1r
} n irlcU wood naval stores, the lively' new Industry profitably ".._''I.t .w_--- '
'I 11, modern version of one of the utilize a former waste materialand "
.. )State: 'oldest Industries, now an I at the same tripe, clean nHlIIIIlnullllnuumnHlttxnnlnuruutmllHIIIIIJIIIIIIlllllIIII tllIlltlW( iu'U1 I
t'PAGE important part of the States I{ land for pasture, reforeslrallon SATISFACTION 01''"MORTGAGE '
economy, were valued at approximately and farming, A second type of Rosa. l,. welt /t. .t a M Chmr" IMe.e.t i The New Fil.O/ =Made// Nozzle I'B I'

f IS.000.000 last year,I wood naval stores known an H a.ry n.W t. No.a b.,""'_
CLIO J JATV ,the research and Industrial dlvliiort sulphate, are by-product -o[ l .. Hwrlew M A. J. "wlwM' Are' Installed On All Our '
> J1L Vint nasal asvlnn slid Lose Ar Pumps
\ of the Florida State the State kraft paper Industry ; l
.M Is etwet ha 0..nR.5..wewr I for
;Chamber of Commerce reported "Production of wood naval karwUe, n? r fpdr.
I yesterday in Its weekly business: : itores stood at more than 10, r rill..IMH...>>*'H A........ ,It ,..Juo\. .cor.Oltl. Safety Economy Convenience el I
span f i+ review. 000000 gallons or turpentineand s"t t ...( .U.nk W HU.rt tti 1.'eed A. ROAD SERVICE
Wood naval stores are obtained other distillates and Sto"o'4CMwM
' Palm Hit. lei aM1.S U L JI I CIt ne Spray Wai t Gulf
from !the destructive 41.1.II' proximately 350,000 barrels.of reduchS

with facial{ } D k rosin Industry last approached year. Payrolls 19000000 of the. 1J Ants.DOMICILI x.Meeb. \"'... Kirk.DECLARATION. .. n. rsbUe ART SERVICE STIQN

dbll I "Qiim naval (stores Important esbes. flee.WARRANTY Ie I J...*... aa.N.. -411'Tnt OPEN SAT area'
product of Florida ulna R. W, W.... M J. Nk-t ",_... wG tmII :
dj p kE REAL early Spanish days, are obtain Olio& Hl KaMti T. Uotbjr W. II..i M*.t Pitekfo.U C.IID. ADu !I II I IIII Ill III IIIIIII I I!III!.!t11N1111II! !!II!I"I" !!IIII!!III!.II Bill I 1I I ,I I IIIIIIIIttlllllllllnlllpi
ed in !the traditional way of distilling
RikteM4 Nirlr( ."".. to .. W few."
the sap from the live pine
ESTATE trees euildslr.d. P.ri IM. lit P. Y W rilo. -- IF Y
II products Of t both the gum t firs R, t. tUrtbtl.. .t .> clew thfemi.
i I and wood processes have par ll.ith Rink-nun lo H.IT C. VIM
Ucular characteristics, each beIng "..C.t-frir,... ri .'..r Uwlni to Oil* iHvgft Mr
superior to the other for I IU-Ma.. In Nmta D (lieAlWrt
fund/ :: ,
1 roperlies T.vMMt a. 'e aeb.ed Hn.e
Both have C
specific a I ,
purposes. r U..m to Or. T.sstn WllwMFniuM .
4 t" sale, : Aide variety of uses and are Msentlal JOKM Vurffvnl. to mall.
E to many other Industries S""nr4. .... ORREPAIRING
wail. 0. .r mn> to lubMk: B.

I '., ..----. {1'"nl.- .04 ........, IM, t.I.., VW .
i Ale en a and incur.ante. Web.e,, e'. .
t The Southeastern Forest Experlmrnt J.A.: a.bl.t. esnta M toed I. a.r
: Station estimates that .ss
; by 1950 pulpwood production In pea. Alkt! .1 .. k ....k ''t NeskrI UR HOME
f t jl} the South will exceed 11,000.000 a,

.1 '1r Ea Ma'p cords a,year y ..' :lltan W:)W..hln.H a.,; C.rrollW b e =.."gl'sisals-. ;
--- -- -
+ ( trrl A. t.ff.n.* U CItl> H B.., W SEE or CAL
i ia : .
( ReaI'y OYAL ORD OF tll.....th Prhw !. Th. fullle\
.; i reI f'l t Aa 10 E us. EUYP1G( FLORIDA snmhlne at Key West b this group of I L Jwk S. Cn>PLAT.lM to Tk "rukH. East fast Lumber & Simply Co'
'ti 0. Arced ldg. 00 r. M.t.t Cup )Dnnm-mtic, !Itadcn as they met there last week with President er, Palmyra, N. I.. Mr and Mrs. HlUakraJ/ P>'\MORTtt.ACR: 'U'

i Phone 19 .n I MONTH WEDNESDAYS Iles,,n s 'human Seated are Defense Secretary James V Forrestal, dautrhtert P. Hunt Peru Daytona,Ind: Bill Beach FaIr, and and .,LlantI.Aed J.. n .N..CROP..|...> .. r>..., Hart A4_ A. M, SHRICLEV, Mgr

:' i'I' Home th I'nskkiil. mid Senitor\ Qaude Pepper of tlorida. Standing are Mr. and Mrs, John Sorensen,1 FCC SJMPLI Phone 2v P. O. Bow 305 Stuart, FIs.'
'I' CEDER HIGHWAY (hit I | to unhtI( I laid E: Fitoputruk Democratic, Party chairman of Chicago, '.: W *".. MI M "....a 11.

I '(" -- Ncw Tioik StiU. Governor-elect Fuller Warren; Reprevntatlve!
Chace; Sm.tll"'h lit Miami; C V. Griffin, citrus grower of Howryin -rn.

M RESS .Mr-!Hills, Mi. and Leonard Hicks. Chicago hotel owner Pepper Dollar ....... + ..:.. "' & WJi Mart:.:.
INNERSPRINGand and. \\,\rI','" )pMIfN'ved to Key West to discuss the problems of till Spent ,:; .
\m\da\ \ t citrus Industry and lose! control with the County

I f i*; ,;'1\ BO S NG .. .fl'sidel1t.f. At Home MARTIN. 'COUNTY .oa dAtHme

61 In Jensen Beach the Plotlda Power and Light: to,*

; 1f 1r : $69.50 VTWlMrt $5950t Company Mrs. T. R Helller and daughter I BUSINESS, DIRECTORY Mart*

Mary Ann, and Miss Char- Goodly
,1 I Ii' R DOUCTfcSIZE PECK-TAUBE lotte Helller spent. Tuesday In Your Business Card In This
m i : r Ft. Dlerce Sleep hop Fort Pierce ,u_ _, Section Every Week_Will !! -gJ'.ou BusinessCrow:(f fI

J ':,t 1: ..' i'' : Fort Pierce, BsC. 120 N '2nd St. < hone 710 ENGAGEMENT New MELALEl'CA arrivals at the LODGE Lodge for ; -'f-; -'" !CtCc! t(<< '(1
; ,1 : the season are Mr, and Mrs I del Miles. ,WearEGA i f' PITCHFORD'S I II It For Floor Sanding
,' George Schwlnd Tuckohoe, N. I II !rat
1 \ 't'tr ."1" Y.; Mrs Bull and brother, f. J. I ,
; Novak, Gables Mich.; Harry FClarkson I and Finishing !1 13
Hematead, N. Y, and UR FI SI,4. B ONLY 1 3
I Br CHARLOTTE HEWER Mr. and Mrs. H. Wleser Ocean, FOB REN That I.I CuSnteed to
t : I side, L. I, N; Y. ,. .. a U. .r c d Cu, Collates and B You
I I Mr and Mrs Arnold A. Taube Guests at the Lodge over the Arnts Seafood as
; I Highest week end were Mr.and Mrs MlU- S r ,Shopping Da
.. 1
arc announcing the engagementof WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL Call
tJ Paid ForUSED tar. je their daughter, Rita AlIde, to sap, Mooresville, N Cr Mr and C Hlf\ S CfN''S Bait Y
i I AR rr Robert j perk: son of Mr: and Mrs, Marshall Pennsylvania; Mr. For Sale
< Mrs Robert Peck of Stuart Miss and Mrs. Martin, Miami; Mr. and Service Stfion I JENSEN BEAT Cenl, Donaldson Till ChristialCONCR .;
See UsjBefore Taube was graduated from Mar- Mrs Pruitt, Mr, and Mri. Whit- I tit. ....
H FKa Hl.leer .
COUN Stuart 32-R
You fell or I I tin County high school last June ford and daughter, all of Hollywood I IF IS' ; a l .
Tads Fla V. T Columbus C !(t: (
r I and la now employed by the law ; Kenny --- -- :; ...
If" I' w | firm of Oughteraon and Francis Ohio; Mr;and Mn H, Relt- .
SUNRISE MOTOR COrV/PANY Peck U also a graduate of Martin -- ---
\, tl i!;, SI-JS a PIXIE FORT riEaCE / rHONE IM I I County high school and is manager I -- I $ I ,'

S of the A. and P. store in ROTARY CLUB I II Uncle. Foundations, ,
t If Stuart No date has been Ht STUMT 'alesY..s. ills II Billy : rDnveways
/ Waterfront Pwperties for the wedding S SiI w sez. JiJewe B

I Tile Ladl!',' Auxiliary of the I 1 4 ,'. CHISHOL$. ., .nIelCaoe GRILL Boat louses Ij I IAU ,(K........U.. '....iWI.. kr Ik.* Author" C*..bj t.'*"*-rrh Blocks Tile, Brick, iDsMroa n
I American assisted I SepticTaoIs
d.\ Along the Indian and 8t Lucle rlveij and Kobe Bound, Legion by Haw A. a. 150{ ,Jr.r .
\ Ocean Fronw.o I Mrs Ruth Casa, met last Thursday Ty If f Marin j Fall,
t to plan for the Chrlstmai Co ictionfaylor Everything inDUNTIIZf
tIl:\ party the J.ealon.Post 128 of Jenr If you want your boy to ACT

j. d'c "1N, ton Beach Is giving the childrenof Ivan LIKE A MAN you'll have to
i j le' this I locality All children are | I J TREAT HIM AS SUCH I "
I Invited to the Legion I hall on P. O >z474 QUIT CLUTTERIN' I. Ld DEC
% ,.. his path
jf o Ye1YIe Depot Drive at 1:30: p,m. Dec 20 I PH 104 I II II with th' DON'TS in th' book ox 936 P4opiJ
a tor garni. refreshments and a
f ia Christmas>; tree ISTCAETSINCE if he's to AMOUNT TO
/ Miss Oc rgia Turner was hostess MUCH! When you',, taught
I ta id her bridge club at her th' kid what's RIGHT and

4 s home M..ndamln Ranch on Indian V 1MJFoH I Web Wrdway what's WRONG..c and, s.tan l
t River Drive Tuesday afternoon EXAMPLE: 'that's FAIR see
High scores were made by M ors -it's BEST,to + Y
not PREACHand
I Mrs Arnold Taube, Mrs E J. c SURE
; .
; r..e wu1O I Ward and Mrs Beymour Gideon. ALTHORIEE DEALER you I forever DING DONGyou'll -
1 ? ee. I Members present were Mrs WI FRD( just grow yourself TR iii i'4'A
S Adolph Hrrtel Mrs, Laura Howard Specialize SOME GREY HAIRI
Mrs C H Alderman, Mrs.R. SALES AK> SEaVKIWRECK One sure way to drive MOEAP ,
j S RobrrUon. Mrs Gamble InRestate ,DAY NITE I f eons from your sides-.your and TD IIAeYE'' I
and Mrs Joe Kling, Guests were I SERVICE / tbat'oca for GALS, I
were Mrs: Charles Nelson Mrs. BODY PAIRS i too, !i. to turn aa'j
I on IV
i I Charles Oay, Mrs. Minnie Klpp e HEAT
i and Miss Jane Fetzner PHOl I 9142 and tan th.V bar.
Rio alien
Mr. and Mrs. George Ounn, | hide. for er'ry RASH thing

'I Gunn Mra Epicene of Mounds Ounn, IU"and, arrived Henry REAL'KSi W e o (INSURANCE See ..___ I II spring-war'" born think you will that[malaria your ofoACTIN'th' '

1 ; Dec 1 to spend the season at the I t PART of *r"w.n"UpVWJhLgport a SENSIBLE MIND 00"R
Gamble cottage Mra.J.C.Gamble JOHNOtceoU IYLOR Store 1 and THAT I is ""t" : i througls th' HEARTI' -

I I also accompanied them and Bide1 [ Floes 1HI r., lost little steep.over: children of sine MOR 1
I I I will\ epenthe{} winter at the lost none over ME-tbe biT parents CLAMOR '
home of her son and daughter- 81 QUALlj MEATS I j jI STRAIGHT taught me to WALK PRETTY
rl + i If fLM
J in-law, Mr and Mrs.Lewis Gamble M..b.r MMYG ere C5..krIN to fREEDOM I'D CARRY tb' KEYI y
I III I ana 0 CRIES I You can't DRIVE boy to DO WHAT YOU WISH euuLVEUisj +

II 'e'1 3 I a ,I Mr. and Mrs Sam Wortham 1,4 GUIDE HIS STEPS .NIGHT AND DAY but 10U'can't *
4I ) a'I and son of Speculator, N. T? arrived ,an bait tb' boy like you do WHEN YOU you HAW,

I + z : Saturday aid have taken Jens ach' .I J JI JI JI LURE that Ii TEMPTlN' and GAY! ',. fiSH -use Litt! :
r a cottage at Backus for the season ,
s..4N r'rw..l..
I Mr and Mr.. Eddie; Peckalls E E914uar I IPH I BeaiftPhoneaN d I.

: have arrived to spend the season I tie' A Ox
\ 'A''h. 1 at their home on Indian River --
I sue Drive T hrir.w
I II fof I Mrs Allen Kendall and daughter Fort 'lene. tone I -- -
f Listings ofAnprovrd and Unimproved' Puppertles' Maureen, Mrs. Avon Emerson Keep In TouchV 'COMPLETE-I
., broughout Martin County and Mrs Smith spent Tuesday All resident d enaen --I X Electric and Rcfrlfera. /
\ ID West Palm Beach.Mr Beach, ,Kobe ruu Stuart Within don SERVICNo phi ire' ,
I d I AC AGE: -1MNCDES Red Mrs. Sidney Abbot of Au C4 p l
Johnntown, N Y.. have taken and Jupl wb may .1 Job Too Latfa Or FIOQr I1
k U'1 Point lUyer'h.BJ"r r
I u1re' rrope.Jea TIlton' cottage for another season '- be 'interested the I Iy Motfcn Cotul sAnd unty Too SroaQBE '1' ,

I I er Island Oceao-to-So Estate Sites Mr. and Mrs Oliver Cope of d V/e loped natrur on railer Crt! SCfND, ek
West Palm Beach called on practices usi] coat e KENTALiKr OAY, Wtl< 0* The News EKECTRIsf CO q .

r l C. B. ARBOGAST I XrlcmcU here Monday. 'COpe is Joists and pi cant ale TMONTH toNVENUBLAfl P 1
> n.
I f maintenance man for the Alhambra '."I
I I Hotel In' West Palm together w I concreiafniiste. ana BAKsJ 'I. Oo.
a SealfcfTto WATERFRONT rROfERTIXS fauuraDM ii Beach, The Copes formerly livedhere block and Old ale Owes PkM.is* 2 y are ....,... ..wSs II s (17471

; wtvcg, hr was employed bJ'Ii material. *hj Id contact 155Plumbi

Your builds problems FR NK HALOFIN, !
Palm Beach. Direc Including chj cc: of type JOB Hating

e and metal Indowi cansolved
Avhe In West Paint J Beach: '1hmseFirms Appreciate' III' Patronage be 'economic) by at t.l004a ,ws*

I IJorTSq w Lena. e. 1.e IST
BADCOCK'S I Nlt rOOef f0 HAWTHORNE Ro&f Repairing

w 512 C1em3 ji iJ ROOFING CO. Jf Clark VohnstoneJr Slf So. Colorado Ave ) NEWS ART PLUMBINGr ref

!, Furniture aria .. I ItI FtNO-SHfET Mt1At fhi a 9141 ana Leave METAL WORKS ,
) ,
: 't MCATING.VEMLATpaWATUPROOYINS 101 Franc pta' Stuart Message PHONE' soN a.iUI oc' rJie
iuleltuntiakla : +e'al: 300
: l'; eKOrmuTt! Wrlto/ P. O.l l\t D., ,
I tee saes
I '' J T e { ,.." I Stuart,' Fla, t ""
k.. '. r ,' h $; .r _.'-- T T
', > r 't..If.J'. t t :'IJ} r.I IOiII ., 4 : 'L' ,u, .. 'i Y .. Y
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