The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 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
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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IEurit Is ,Returned City ManagerBOARD BOARD TO MEET A MERRY CHRISTMAS OOF TO ALL -- 2- Community---



I; Stuart City Commission: majority lait night started
walking a tightrppe'across' TO REVIEW ACTVotes Programs SetThe
MONDAY ACTION ; : Niagara carrying: on their
khouldcrs' the properly values and Mleabihty of every

.home, bust ties& building and vacant lot in StuarL ............. -7
fI LITTMAN They aren't going to default-they say, but they 3.2 Against; Meeting annual' Community:
OUSTS have
taken the first step out by voting not to pay the in. Christina trees for; all children I 1,
I lerest on the bond debt until! they get some legal adyic..nd Bill Will Seek Court'lAdylce of all ages will be held In. Stuart

ask a judge to decide whether the money can be putin tomorrow night.' A tree for Negro ,
Retain Official by 4-t Vote, escrow until a 'suit attacking validity of the bonds it 4.st. children wlU be held at the ,
Leave Attorney Post decided. They are, going to walk out a few feet furtheron '. Although It left the door Stuart Training school at S:30 'I:

Open the tight-rope, the inference being that they will turn open for a possible rticlndn is and for white,, children>v>at the ;:,

around and make it back to safety if the tight-rope starts ? 'action, the City Commls- "Civic center lawn at 6:30.: !

City Meager tori B Eurttwu swaying with the danger of default. don last night voted 3-2 The trees were donated by: the '"

returned to the position by They think they can make t---or they would riot betaking !iiralnst CommissIoner PaulM. city and lighted and decQl'ated'j
I 4-1 vote of the City Commission 1 1i these first few steps. I
last night only 48 hour The Stuart News Wonders if these gentlemenandthe Uoenxhel motion to by Boy Scout! All Scovtt are
I people of Stuart of the make the Interest payment. N to meet at the Woman flubat
after he bad been rejected (orreemployment -are aware fact that they carryon ,
i ROGER W. BABSON their shoulder not only all property values but our Jue Jan 1 on the city's bond S o'clock for Instructions on
at the boards
: 0 I financial integrity, our future chance for growth and our indebtedness Hoenshel's the boys helping other youngsters : .
annual reorganization I meeting 'B reputation? to see Santa Claus at the
ANNUAL L BABSON I motion \vhich was secondedby
at city hall Monday night. What chance will we have of getting the Stuart tree while the girls will distri

Contacted this morning, Eurit bridges to the ocean: if we indicate by our attitude that Commissioner! Jack L Re butts candy and fruit The candy 1 '

laid he would, accept the commission VIEWS COMING we are seeking' way and means to repudiate our present Coleman, was approved by I % was donated, by the Kiwanis and .'\'

'i action which' wai set I bond debt? At a moment when we are seeking some $2- those two and opposed by i I Rotary Club '::1

to take effect t Jan } and employs 000,000 in State aid for a bond project to help this towliT Commissioners Mayor I Arle .W1 Also at the white celebrationthe "

on 'a, jnonth-toimonth I The Stuart New will publish w, we walk out on the tight-rope of debt repudiation. Stuart, Otto J. Matousek I II .04' .Rev. W. E. Rowell will amt
tula. The commission\ retained 1 Roger W Bab.ion, Business and I! largest holder of Stuart municipal bonds is the State and Henry P. Lyons. q briefly and Mn Garland Eden-; j

\UK rUht to replace Kuril at lu I Financial Outlook for 1949" next t lof Florida itself, which holds some $300,000 worth in the I The vote climaxed an hour- field will lead carol singing Thi*. J
discretion after 30 day*' notice.| Thursday You will find it on I State School Fund on which: we pay an annual interest of long debate In will be accompanied by three ;
Jam-packed city
t 1 $6,000 As bad the State schools need i I
page as money, they'llbe
Mayor Arle Stuart' motion waa 'I Ollie members of the high school ,
hall arid was followed Immediately '
supported by, Commissioners p I We are bringing this article to glad to get $18,000 a :year if the interest is not paid on j'j'I band. I
U Hoeruhi-1. Otto J. Matouwk your attention because we feel) Jan 1, 'A reversion clause On the face of the bond state I by the commissions decision -
and Jack L. Coleman and opposed tlfet our readers. deserve the best I that they automatically go to 6 per cent if an interest payment to seek: legal advice on this CHRISTMAS!
by Commissioner Henry P.Lyons and most accurate material I is allowed to lap... step from the court before which $13,847 COUNTY ,.j
available Mr. Babson, Therefore, because of I The Stuart New is not interested in the politic behind Is being argued the George I A\D: Joseph, alxo uvnt np from Galilee. out nf tlu city of Nazareth, ,

Eurit and City Attorney M OHitman lot accuracy In outstanding his annual record{ore. I this deal. We are not interested in what promises} Keith-A. P. Krueger suit which ./ittto Judaea uiIcI"1dly of Dutul uliuli is lutlnl/ / Bi'tlilcltsm/ (became !

were '.deposed Monday, casts: we are publishing this feature (this politician or that politician made while he wa run* challenges the validity of the i fit' was of thor house and Inn ay of I Dal>id.) DEBT CLEARED :
after both Colem was"defeated2 motion to with retain I to help, you chart your ping for office. We believe sincerely that the publicity city formation and the bonds I T* kg taxed with. Mary/ 'lyi esjmu\td' wife, btiutg-greet/ with chdd :

Coleman and Hoenshel voting in J course for the coming year His II'yen: this mater! to far has already cost the property It Itsued The committee com! Andiliilftw<%*', f/Krf/ "deliver.url. were (then lilt days! were IICOIIII.- -- ::1i

the affirmative Considerable 1 score for 1948 was 91 per cent: I holders, of Stuart many thousands, of dollars in depreciated posed of Commissioner); Matou- pi/shed/ hai the should lie :Payment, by Martin County of, :\

debate followed the action before correct Mr Babson 1949 outlook wUl i iI I values and if there is a si:p from the tight-rope the lots I sek Coleman si:a Stuart will I And she brought forth l.er"I/-""'" .w"' nod wrapped' Him/ Intuadtllmft a 23-year-old oad and bridge

the board appointed Deputy contain SO forecasts covering I will be measured In hundreds of thousand of dollars Wa I elk this advice before pext,, tlvtlm: / and laid Irun in a fnfl'ier; brrauw ikerti ua no debt to Pa,ib :Beat a County of
Clerk Mrs, Callle McCrary as will stagnate and hold our head in shame while other room for them In the bin, ,
I such Important topics IS: I |Wednesday and report on 1U, WJ476U will till made this
Acting City Manager but left thefetal General business cities in Florida forge ahead And there Here in ,the tauit countrytheplievols abiding/ the f jtekl! announced i
month ft was in a
) No further effort findings at a special session of. I
was post made open last night to till : Commodity prices i iI Stuart may as ,well face facts This debt must, be 'the .commission Wednesday I kwping/ watch over their ft It and I Taxes paid and the way le pay it is to grow. A* we double in night at city halt I And lo, "lie angel of tits Laid came upon them. and (fa dory! of .
no assurance was given 1 Potts,
that it would be filled In the immediate Retail and foreign trade ,taxable,values, we pare the debt in half.. This city i* no htatou&ek\ motion for a comMittee tfta. Torth"/ ,, round, about them: end "they iur! sure afraid % Commission' by Ralph State executive -
future However Ma Labor I different than an individual who has 'foolishly borrowed to set* and report on the ,And the tngel: mid/ Imfif" jlu'in F,tt.jout file, M>(ild l b lij"Ylsvg0t4fidthAi >1 I dlrectof :'of"the" ....! 1:1:

tousek reported that attorneysfor I Farm Inflation outlook. I Ii and squandered His only chance: to.payoff is to incre.this .. ,Tourt't advice because the funds oj} greotjiy' : u.Itu I It shall lie to o4jorpLi./ \I Board of Admlnitrtlon admInt'stere
the three pending suit in i income.. for the payment have been col- ( for unto you to born thu slay, m floe city of Valid a Saviour, uhichit The SBA. which
Stock market.
which the city: Is a party have Real estate The New doe not like the debt any more) than any lected but are being withheld because Christ the/ Lord.. I I the bond debt of tbe State 67 .
agreed to ask continuances In all PolitimATTORNEY: ode else doet-but this newspaper 11 realistic .enough to of the pending suit was I And this/ half/ kf n feign unit you; );> shall/ / find else Babe wrapIlCd/; counties of which only four are
approved unanimously, but It Nov 22 by
of them should any possibility II [ .. tree has a resolution
that municipal bonds are not repudiated. Thu suaililling ilutheiiing/ / a
realize / mungrr
lor failed to Include any statement the commission asking: the State
t city action attorney*MM-in named them before : 'means that the taxpayers of Stuart are going to have tCt I I to the effect.that the commission( I And iudde"'y'here' was Irish the angel? a :multitude/ of ,else hfJdtetJJ. agency, to liquidate the Martin ,

, Emit became City Manage SAYS pay the principal and interest on these bonds to which i!,would vote again on whether or hot saying, County Indebtedness of Special I
) Dec. 18, 183 after being named (heir public official signed their name*-BUT THERE I I l not to/ make the payment. However -.I Umij to Cod In the /highed. and On earth peace, good will.louarcnitn. Road and Bridge District 8.
chief of police J an. I, 1933 and IS A WAY IN WHICH STUART CITY COMMISSION)' it was understood that Officials said the financial adjustment
assistant city manager vn Dec. PAY INTEREST CAN REDUCE THIS DEBT. KEEP OUR CREDIT GOOD |I should the court's advice, if any, And U eanif to "" .v the ungrkt/ ware; gone all ay from 'them iiita Is the outgrowth of a

10 1936. Uttman was appointedcity AND KEEP STUART GROWING. THAT IS TO WORKOUT i; bring on out the that city unqualified debt would default be- I IwaVIIII111,/ ultejilu.rds mid one tu aiiothof, Let us now po awn unto bond to levy finance by Palm the Beach Cond County and

attorney June 8, IMI follow: A WAY OF SETTING ASIDE SOME MONEY:', the result If last .nights vote( Rcthlehfm./ find wr" thii thing/ whit/ in coiwi to IOM. uilikh the Lord Bridge District prior to tht creation -
resignation before DEFAULT
lag the the day AVOID I_ THROUGH TAXES OR PRIVATELY TO BUY I stand. the board( mightthlLnge 'halh. made luiian wilu "'. of Martin in 1925

Before of Judge the A.new O Kanner members of THESE BONDS ON THE OPEN MARKET: WHERE THEY I! Its stand I II' And they! came a:/ilh haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the. By transferring $13.847.60 front
the Matousek and ARE NOW SELLING AROUND 60. THIS IS LEGALEACH .Matousek original suggestion Babe lying in a fllllll ."'. the Martin funds deposited with
Lyons commission..were sworn, In Monday W him, V own King.Initiative Stuart. today hotel man Contacted -, PURCHASE'AUTOMATICALLY REDUCES OUR I'I for a committee to "at least try I And u lien (the' y hall/ tern it. they made Ammn abroad the saying! the' State agency for that county -
on to advice before credit, Martin will take care
night, Uttman, Mayor W R.' the disinterested firm of PRINCIPAL BY 40 PER CENT. I secure making which, ua told' them ('unrrrtimg "this ehilct a : the
the encountered widely of obligation.
1U share
Baker and Commissioner K., Patjr Warwick and Paul, attor- Judge C, E. Chillmgworth handed down the following divergent payment" opinions both on I- Ant all they that la-aid It umuWf" at' those flung/ which were of The debt will nut become duo
BUrnmell made farewell ttate: neys in West Palm Reach\ who decision in the Circuit Court of the 91h Judicial Circuit: at the board and among the 'assembled I tM them by 1 ,triehtlirrds/ ), until Jan. I 1,1949.
menu thanking all concerned gave Wild the following opinionon West Palm Beach on June 2, 1948, in the case: of George citizenry Among the speak -LuU: 2, v, 4-18. ... _--
for unswerving cooperation and the status of litigation involving of -.>-- ._--- -'--
Stuart -- ---
Keith and A. P. Krueger YS. the Town or City ers were W. V King:, Mrs, Lloyd I '
to* permission to serve the city,! the City of Stuart. "ORDER. FOR AUGHT THAT APPEARS FROM ;I c. TravW, former Mayor Most: Stuart t""
Uttman stated that testimony In
the Kelth-Krueger suit agalm Dear! Mr King: THE BILL OF COMPLAINT, AS AMENDED AND THE ;I Beckman William Berry H.C'J-C'J; Presbyterian Choir to Give ;
advised me that an MUNICIPALITY HAS A VAUD EX. M. Dehon, City Judge\ .
the city, has been ordered taken You have EXHIBITS, THE Dyer, O C. "Jerry" Smith Firms Plan
>T a court reporter. C. M Oaff- interest payment of approximately ISTENCE AND THE OUTSTANDING REFUNDING The of !
$11000 ta due by the MUNICIPALITY i C. 9 Arbogast majority Yule Program Sunday NightA
ney, but that by Monday night BONDS ARE VALID OBLIGATIONS OF.THE these sided with the minority ,
no date for hearing -' City of Stuart on January 1st, ARE ENTITLED I :
had been let a outstanding refunding BUT THE PROPERTY OWNERS opinion of the board although Yule Closing 1
before Qaffney although the 1949, on certain You TO A DECREE AS TO THE STATUS OFTHEIR: I Hoenshel said prior to the vote
court-ordered time limit for such I bond of the city: to PROPERTY AND AS OF THE TAX OBLIGATIONS OF that he was 'morally certain"his Christmas music Program ;pnim'rrd In (lie Choir Guild! will he ,

will Stiart expire! next Monday. Mayor :have whether asked or not ray the opinion question as of I THE PROPERTY TO THE COMMUNITY. I motion would be defeated. I given by, (lie.Pitshvtiriin Chum' h Choir at tlu. cluiah it) fi p.m. Sun Most( businesses in Stuart will :

Monday by was a0 vote elected with Stuart the validity of these bonds Is That wa the moment when the holder of municipal Matousek, said he making had promised his suggestion day. Admission'" Mill bov-I ) licx: and' an offering will tx. iken for the( Denefitof closed observe all Christmas day, a survey, by remaining showed, j

"not voting and Matousek was raised and has been determined and bond Quit worrying. The suit became clearly what it I if elected to protect the taxpayers (lie guild organ fund 11 w program: i here today Exceptions will be ,

elected Vice-Mayor 4-0 vote with In the ease of George Keith.Towtl I was to start with, one of some private property owner 'Interests to the best of his Prelude (to be announced) Chlsholm Drill 'which will retain !;
Matousek "not voting Mrs.McCrary A P, Kreuger, Plaintiffs vs here who have ought for years to 'withdraw their ability and that,sound legal ad- II its 24-hour opening, scattered ,
In "I Lork'', The Herald IllondelssohnCongregation
t ai), now pending Angels Sing .
1-0 with of Stuart, ''' stations, drugstores
approved have
was Martin from the city so that they will not to pay city vice on whether to pay the bond- gasoline
Hoenshel and Coleman "not cotIn the Circuit 'Court of do-and Judge Chilling- should be secured under for short periods the
,." County Florida and I have made the This they have every that right they to deserved a decision on their I this holders promise. Lydhs on the other "In A Lowly, Mungir" ... _;. ... .. ....,....... Dale Lyric Theatre with II regular
of indicated
P commission also decided a cursory examination worth has "interpreted'Judge hand argued and quoted at Choir, soloist, Mrs Ethel:: Walker opening at 3 p.m. Most restaurants -
M "Monday to retain the remainder Court file In that ease and wish claims. The plaintiffs in the suit have I !length in support of his feeling "O, Little Town "I( Bit).It.lit m".. .. .. __.. ... ... ..- ........Scott and dining rooms will be
Judgmentthe word "municipality as
of the city employes for to advise that In my of Chiltingworth' use of the : that he would be "squandering Soloists: v M days subject to any change Question of the validity ambiguous, claiming that it can: either mean "a town ora the taxpayers' money" If he will close at noon- tomorrow not
that may arise In the meantime these bonds has been raised by this premise the litigation is continued, and voted for the payment becauseof \mlin, Mrs. fi!; F, ] >hiwfck"Shine to re-open until Monday morning

but copies for each commissioner the bill of complaint. I this can time not I will city continue, On, but the people of Stuart should understand the.pending suit I Ou Irlilimu Stir" .._.,.......?,_..?_? __..,? ..Nolle0irar The financial windows a.
'list of all employee- give you my opinion at the bill In that all they have Is being risked if the city ties ina The matter wa Initiated byj I the P04 Office also will close at
ttUitr with their current salarw4 a* to whether or not showing plainly in suit the bond portion of which has presentation to the board of the '" 'While Slw-phcrds; Wllldwd l Their Flocks By N.lg111.-.7.. Hundtl noon tomorrow but the parcel:
a ,
nuUe a proper default action
windows will
lee requested that\ semi-annual statement from the ition post and stamp
r. Congreg
The commission Monday of the invalidity of:the charter already been decided.. side 01 First National Bank of Chicago, ,'"The Cloriotu Mornw1 stay open until 6 p.m and then .
htard bldi by W. A. Smith for. or Irregularities le2dInt uy Debt repudiation Is the rainbow on the far calling for a payment to be received close until Monday No houseohouse -
building tennis to the refunding, of the city under When it dissolve, if the City Commission ma- that bank by Jan. 1 of Siloist: Kemp Maser service will be given on
Courts here two and concrete last night Cole- which these bonds were Issued 'jority Nia.ara continue, tight-rope walking, it will turn mid, com. $1112894 by in Interest due aloneon '"Jt Came Upon A }'hdnfght: Cloar". .. .. ...... -.-__. _.,_ ,..._'_..,,Willis Christmas except for special deIverles .
wan and Matousek were named but I wish to say that It appear for Stuart, a town where you can't buy or the debtSHERIFF f\ I Pmgregahon ,
M a committee to confer with from the order of the Circuit hounity,46aster make a mortgage loan-a. town standing I "Come And \\orship".. ......i._ m."J." .... ._. ____Lorenj The Citizen Bank of Stuart
the tennis enthusiasts to' determine Court. Of June 2. uta that sell propertyJean'l WARNSON Choir will close u usual at :2 it.m, to
the ,Court ha held toe the still while all Florida grow DRIVING *" morrow and be closed Chrlstma
their wishes on the pro lt- Inst do Propertyowners HOLIDAY "Joy In Heaven
that the 1 mak. you .
how ; will close tomorrow
Hall Office
feet Coleman reported Monday bill does nqt, They Duct Ckints! and Major City
to Miss Mr
bad think have right .
of Stuart in Stuart they a ; will all
investor as groceries
that rapid 'Is being municipality: and :'' n11t Chrlstma and New noon
progress nor doe it worked fort-on a tight roper I OFFERING late'
have after maintaining
Jim iliad dressing on the erection room at of the showers baaIball -. ;no how valid that the outstanding refunding risk every thin.i. you get Years you Day into holiday serious celebrations accidents "God So. Loved The World .. "...._ ..*._ ...._ .......__....:.... 1ark.. closing hour tomorrow night.
bond An,1411"IldIn Sheriff O. : Choir Also to be closed Christmas will
and serious
park. and last night a
Pine Manor Subdivision as other word the Court has heW THEMES THE WEATHER M. Hancock waned' today. stating "]ay. to. The World". .... _."..' . ...... -"- ... Handel be the Horseshoe, Bar, The Stuart .
the ease
\Presented by Jint Brock for Her, that under the bill in the that his office and the Florida Congregation; News, Rice Restaurant and

*a n RelU was approved subject J under consideration constituted that and -...... Highway Patrol will be on the brganfat/ <<'- Mrl. JohnwKk King Chason, Pittman William.
to approval by the county City wa* validly fW $1 LMlb MISths lr 111* MMt touk' Mr "Wd" lor alert to protect law abiding motorists and Chandler service (tatlon*
aw MA tow wallor 44: r Pianist Mn Lt I,, Klamr
bond .
refunding go.ssowkild wistilff ob".0WF H. P. Lyons' station will be open
Arthur that the -4diir r 'Obw J.1ift N. st- U. a. from drunken Drivers
the M. Dehon't aid in nlld.n It.......' lri ... For _killsk..110r. 11_" TI&TMriabim Itiodiso94iitimi who endanger others' lives as I Choir Mortar Mrs. Herbert Sudlioff all day Christmas, Tucker pajrt--
city seek State \ then that .'" .d4 4 bMr ofWilk" I'm .... .. and I
IMProving a,100 ft. of ColoradoJ 11 my Judgment ... I b"Al to1"04' ,.. lil o..pllo4 1 .1.ii ,;eII their own." time during the morning I
J from the railway crossing \Insofar a* the ruling of the Courtin ...kl, H W. BD .hilt.ba)6a. W. ) L.'w. D-. :. :7---0 1 H": The hertff I radio patrol station OUTBOARD RACES SET GOOD BOTTOM FISHING] afternoon and Stuart! Service :
at tth St. to 17 a:1 was taken thl"ea* I 11 concerned you 4- : A.11-T-111. **. : :: : will be on the air dally from All Martin County outboard Good catches: of iheepahead Station (Tyler) part of the afternoon
It \to establish !:;.!:! .. .. ," II station
Imdtr can not depend upon DM tI. .. ..1.. a to 4 a.m linking all deputies enthusiast are Invited to a serle The railroad .
study and Dehon *91tuted 0,20 *6"toll OM. seam .. ,_U IT a.m and channel baa are reported .
to before the invalidity of the refund :: S: ...; W I::: llas : II .,..._..... as IA and highway patrol car for of outboard races to be held will be open for short period,
brissegIdolss\ ::14 who
It ._.. ......_ from the Inlet by.Joe Clzek, '
therefore. 14 S to
116 a and
and 0- I between a.m. p.m
bond, of accident at Fort pierce by
the south beach
county board.' Also last'light lug toe City :::; 1':: \ ?! :: : quick action In case on that "live shrimp do'the all \train thosehoum I
the .tord voted to pat I would seem to me that r: :i1 :- 49 INCHES RAINFALL 'The telephone number I II Stuart the Fort Pierce Outboard Club at said meet during I

,Ih4.(..nonth'I.'ot Vallattler., full for.1 of Stun(Continued/would on not pag be.,S Justified<*:/ g::; :: J : i:: IW m MM ... ..... .. ,j' 859 I p.m. Sunday I trick/ ."


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SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings' of the WEEK IN STUART: :

III. w I:' :!5 dome MRS.E.ij"M' oU::o'flcrw Edi far

I :/ I Irt''f f Mrs. Azaleen Dills of Orlando i Among students home for the Kurz- Walker CALENDAR 6F EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY Recent arrivals at the Atlantic 1 -Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson Mr and Mrs Donald)---

f'.. aid Mr and Mrs. T C. PIttman I holidays/ from the University. ofFlorid' ,; Court Apia Included Dr. and lot I the Stuart Auto'Camp ,rent I I. Endicott N. Y. Chi
I I'j, : pod $In, Frank of Atlanta are | sea Date Hlpaon. Evans Utl'KS.. Dec. 23,: Dutch Treat Club luncheon. Stuart Hotel 12:15: Mrs. S. Saladino of Brooklyn, Dr. I by air to Chicago today to spend ., to spend the arrl'ld\ k
Nuptials Held lollowed by bridge Qvic Center 1:30: dunce Hobo Sound 'N\nttt...
pending Christmas with theirparent Crary. Jr.. Bill (Oughterson Den. p.m.; and Mrs. Douglas Roy Gordon'I Christmas with their family. the Stuart Auto .
1 tamp.HOLIDAY'
Center, 8:30 OES Christmas
Community : p.m.; Unity Chapter -----
( y *?M' and Mrs L C Klclc- nit Hudson Jr. John Prlestmanand of Centrevllle Mass, George C. --- --.oao
r liter. in Eldorado Height. Bob Link. Here party and meeting, Woodman Hull 8 p.m.; Nursery CJubtmsaTree gc HOQr __ ara
rl Monday ,
,: ,,r _. Methodint,Church 3 p.m., Beckwilh of Waysato, :Minn
, CLID ,i 4 u t(' .c ::'.c 'C'"c-- -'.(- !:"C t(:-(tca' Fill, Dec. 24: Kiw.ais Woman* Cub, 12:13 p.m.; Point CIty Worn- Warmood Mrs Grace of butch Springfield and! Mr, Dl*.A.Mr.8. a i FOYERS\ For All OCCASION*
an' Club Chriitnuu New
Mra Van 7
AT; : Miss Elizabeth: M. Walker and party LaVeroe pea; com and Mn. J. winterbotham and
.'. t \ t William M. Kurt.. Jr.. of Keans-. munity Christmas bee Civic Center 6:30 p.m. Miss Marjorie Winterbotham of 11 I BOUQUE a CORSAGES CUT FLOWER

.A "U ;'; ,.1! .:.'}' I CHRISTMAS B burg N. J., exchanged vows at .I SUN., Dec. 24,; Presbyterian Choir Christmas. musical Preihyteriu Jacksonville HI, and Mr. and [RAL ARRANGEMENTS
apanPehm I, I Church 8 p.m. Mrs. H. R. Pausln of Metedecon- I
Monday morning in the first
""l'I"4! 'j.I?: l th. 8" wedding ceremony solemnizedat : MOV.. I.Dec. 27; Juycee-Ettes, Civic Center, ''S p.m.; Businewr and ke, N J. .. DOMESTlknd IMPORTED CERAMICS
Wlthlt';, t n the new St. Joseph's Catholic Professional Woman's Club, American Red Croat chapter: hwne e. D
'. ly fi 8 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burroughs SMITH'S FL
.' Church The Rev. T. J. Geary p.m GIFT SHOP
deg Southwest let St.
albly l d, ? ;:', : performed the double-ring ceremony h'E" Dec. 28: Biowniei, Presbyterian Church, 3:15 p.m.; Girl Scouts, Miami, are expected tomorrow to WE W LOWERS
reaps' l 9 before an altar decoratedwith Woman's Club, 3:45: I.O.O.F., Woodman Hall 7:30
p.m.; :
tl, ,' p.m. spend the holidays with his parents
: .1: I : .t1 : R fern.white gladioli and plumosos. I Woman'i Missionary Society of the Baptist Church,, annex, 3 p."". Mr. and Mrs. Wi O. Penney, I I Arcade Btdr, Sib L P Phone 31&J
.; WED:, Dec 29: Rotary, Chbholm't, 6:15 '\ on South California Ave.
t I The bride, daughter of Mr. and p.m. on.tt2oc __ ,_ ooot
w :. .I i Mrs. James Cleffl of Ocean TML'RS., Dec. JHh; Dutch Treat Club luncheon, Stuart Hotel. 12:15: ,
t I Breeze Camp In Jehsen. Beach, fotlv by bridge Civic Center 1:30: p.m.; dance, Hobe Sound
\4. 'i\: \, I chow a.'WhIte ballerina-length' 'Community Crntl'1''8:30: p.m.; teen-agq Christmas jurrnnl. Civic
'I dresi with white
acrts ptles and Center. 8:30: p.m. .
3' : Id wore a while AmaUorucdrsate.. et.. ,
;;: 9 1 Her only' attendantMrs..'Ray ELIZABETH KELLER ,
1 mond. O'Moll of .Oaean'Breere 7
f >f" And t, Camp; wore to black crepe'dress FETED ON BIRTHDAY! 500 VISIT

I ,s t HAl 'Y i EW YEna with a rose print bodice and rose WINES
Elizabeth Keller was guest'of VF-
I accessories. Her corsage was of t
J ; ; From rose! gladioli!* Raymond ,O'Nell honor on her 7th birthday yesterday NEW RECTORY
f was best man afternoon when her AND LIQUORS
I \ VICTO Y OTEL The ,brtde', 'mbther chose f a' mother, Mrs. John Keller, enter- 1
r gained the younger set with a
Ij j a black print erepe and wore a I About 600 guesU Attended the 9
.I ret corsage of :yellow gladioli.! The party .at their home, 80} East I ,
\ ,? A F. rCatron o.wner; 8 'corsages were made by Mrs. Mel- I Sth St.I open 1\11I1. at the new 'St. Joteph'e 1
t lie Pezzonl. I The'Yule motif was carried out Catholic Rectory Sunday & \&) \
\ t ,<<" J.e; t '( '= << The newlyweds" will spend In the decoration .Stories were afternoon and evening. Fa
Christmas told around a gaily Ornamented (lowers filled the rooms Roman
at Ocean ;Breeze
'dI ::-. ) : :o ", ., )ia :)'."' Camp and return to Keansburg Christina tree and games were II. Irwin presented a huge bou The CTORY HGlfEL
I Monday. A reception' followed' played on the lawn. The hos hod t'of polnsettlas. red gladioli:
/ the\ ,wedding at the camp in the teas was assisted ,by Mn. John were given by George P. Hlronlmus ,
; 7 e1Rtj afternoon. Dumlch and'Mra. Fred Orman and bouquets of linn I.. I
,: '
3V Invited guests'were Arthur and roses by fit. Josephs Ladles
Mrs. Kurj was graduated< from
-- '
,/" I" .;1 Keansburg Public School and Bow rlng. Randall Gray, Teddy Society. A 10unces The Opening
t and Hut. Jerry Mallory Richard Mrs Nellie Pezaoni decorated
t R : Leonardo High attended '
: -: R : New Jersey State Teachers Mothetahed, Aubrey Savage, HaJohnstone the mantle with. Australian pine, omits New and Modern
.,. ., with silver and ,
t. '' College in Trenton. She Is i I Jerry Randolph Be* .
-1 I employed by the State Employ- ''erly Appleby, Jo Ann Bozeman white pine .cones and red berries. I
f Jban Edenneld Carolyn Fein- Two candle lamps corn'pieced FACKAflfe
N A ment Office in Red Bank He : I GOODS STORE
was graduated from St. Ann'a : Ruer, Geneva Orirfln Peggy: the Christmas motif
r : i ia \ ''t I .y Parochial School and Red Bank I Harklns, Kay Hudson June I Other hostesses who assisted j
[ I School is Mueller Phyllis Fence Judy Joy' with the decoralons and a'ranged j
i 4 Catholic ployed as High a machinist In em-I Ruhnke Betty Lee the furniture were Miss j jUrndrlcklon. With a Complete Lii% of Choice Ljquon/ Christmas andYear's

/. wan N. J.INDIANTOWN. Laura Kay Whltlcar, Dee Kennedy and Mrs. Fret Ne
nerton Harris Lowery
c,1 I Whltlcar.l The modern furnishings were ,r
f 1 Four I''ient hip and Coo 'ration ..! CHRISTMAS PARTY nay Cheryl McLasky, selected. s by the Rev. Timothy JGeary. j jI Get Acquainted ChrMmaa Preaeot With Eaii 1/5 of Liquor !t !
Kenneth Stlmmell is I In
India ,Demonstration !hon Johnnie
t tt The ntown Home -
1i Club met last Thursday J Dumlch Mary Lyons and Johnnie I charge of the landiCa lng. I
4 I for their Christmas party and Jimmy golden Members of the 81;. Joseph's SPECIAL DELI TORY Any J If ace t Any Time
Miller, assistedby Ladles' Society who acted as
r r11 with Mrs. Frank"
t .
Il hos- I Mrs. E. C. Hosford arrived yesterday hostesses were Mrs. Irwin, Mrs
.1' Mrs. G. S. Fletcher as
: { 111 ii Our 11 rtiest Thanks Ft ess. Enertalnment... provided with her to son-in-law spend the and holidays daughter Otto Catherine Kubln.Walsh Mrs., Pezaoni Miss Ernie Mrs We-Are Also Happy TlL Announce Wiat' Our Beautiful' i
iVJ by Mrs. O. D. Parker and gifts
Cookies and I Mr. and Mrs. John Dumlch Rlcou, Mrs. Alba DemskL Mrs.Ray
were exchanged. ; DeWagenelte, Mrs. NettleSchnurbuschV MARINE'ROO&J ,
fruit Juice -were served to 12

i Best Fishes for the Holid vsk 'Bi members Mrs. W. C Cavney will be hos- Nelson from M.Detroit Root returned to spend Saturday the Springer, Mrs.. Hendrickson.Mrs. Stewart Mn Is Now Open Every sight%Vith MusJ"" and Dancing. Dance i ithe'New ;

winter with his son-in-law and Conrad, Mrs. Ann Hoe-
I Ca PlacIt : Jan.tess 20.Paul of. the next club: meeting daughter Mr. and Mrs Charles George let Mrs Mona D Wallace Miss Year In \b the OJp Year Out j
; ey's
,! k i H. Rue. Kennedy, Mrs. Ralph Hartman,
.. ,
Thomas, who Jr., Mrs. Wright. Mrs Leo Ooes- j !
: and Jerry .
are attending. Northern Illinois Dolores Bartlett, who Is attending ling, Mr. Patsy McCord, Mn, A.f\ McCarron, Owner
: ; ( Southern College in Mary Holleran, Mrs.George Zar-
Mr. "nd Mt. T. G. School of Optometry Chicago, t t t t
Caney I arrived Sunday tq : I holidays with their parents, Mr. spend the hollday wlth her parents ,, Myers and Miss t1;. '.c '.c tetC: ,,(tC and Mrs. P. O. Thomas. Mn-afid Mrs* Leslie Bart'* T*" ->*TkI *,- "
I letl. K '
f .' 4- I Mn. O. W. Conrad and soh.
l ; I ,Mr.and Mrs. E. W. Blau arrived Carter left Saturday to spend I .
.' W &t Palm Beach today to spend Christmas the Yuletide holidays with her & -
Directory f
f' with her mother. Mrs. Marlon I 'rnsther, Mrs. E. H. Bees, In Fred.' thtj
'j I :' McGee erftktown.\: Mo. | For
; t' ,fl: ', Vfhenfln West Palm Beacb Thesa Firms Appreciate Your Patronage -5-

: _ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Youngblood H. P. Chambers, new high g'y
1! of Mason City, Iowa, are spendIng -* school math teacher, left (or
BADCOCK'S ': a "on rooms TO 1&1 srou HAW THO R N E, the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Tampa Friday to- spend Christmas of Your

I }I \ I e ROOFING CO. Stanley Klchlng.-S.-. with his_family. i e y
512 Clematis St
; I ooFING-8HUT METAl.j Mr.and Mcs. Henry O.Kindred Miss Joyce Hlers who Is attending -
Furniture and and Mr. and Mrs. Bostlck Mink Penn Hall College in
}j House Furnishings I OPTIC1ANl .:; OPTOlinIUaTli.IfUTINQYlIn1LATIRQ. wATUraoOFIrIG I pi Eldorado Heights have hadas Cambridge Pa., arrived Sunday i
.j cazrans ua aural ,_ their guests hit week! Mrs. night to spend the holidays with t'
I Kindred's and Mink's brother, her parents, Mr. and Mn. Ralph
iJ iJI (t' KEYS MAD fREE PARKING Ray Mink of Birmingham. liters, of Rio Santa ClauIiwites I You !
In W..I r.l. Rh
Bob' Safe & Lcki -
r'r f I 4---
... ..
I 'f Works Fs.iua I-P.: ,';'rat-..:... f. I Mr. and Mrs. Al Ehrlgley and Mrs. Margaret Hosford left F
a.re o.e. .s t. IHMI.. daughter, Julia Ann and sons yesterday for West Palm Beach,
\ .. cs..nr. .......I LOU BRANCH'SPa. Bob and Albert Jr. are planning where she will be a guest of Mr. 1
It ntaeFh.treso"' Nlrk. j Sinclair Station to spend Christmas weekend and Mrs. Ed. Hosford for the !
P... aI Dt.W1 FI.. I i ,...I.. .._.._.....w.i .. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mild ays. To 1
J. W. Shrigley, In Lake Wales -

j, c :-i )i )i .". ': :- Ji )) )a :i )..1 Mr, and Mrs. Robert H. Voss
I j James Walker 8/A. arrived of J New London, Conn. arrived / \ II
t .I.It 1 21' !1 Saturday from San Diego where Monday morning 'to spend 10 DINE WITH US
lIe has finished his boot training days with.her parent Mr; and
J 'i .1 to spend Christmas with his parents Lin. Jack Coleman St. Lucia Es-
: tI Mr. and Mrs. C M. Walker:, ates. Voss is a sophomore at
on Osceola Ave. the University of Connecticut
fh where he Is majoring in mechanical .t' OnCHRISTMAS
P Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Lewis engineering.Mr. .
and her father, i. D. Christmas, V.---
left Saturday .for Harrtman I
r .1I and Mrs. Richard Gllson
r2 Tenn., to spend the holidays with and two sons Douglas and baby,
t I Mrs. Christmas and other relatives. Craig,left Monday for New York Y'i
: City where Mrs. OlUon and children -e, .
I I will sail on the Queen Elisabeth 1
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schaererof today for a visit with her
Detroit have returned for the parents,.Mr. and ,Mrs. Maurice r ,
winter months, and are at South rleyers.. In London Gllson will
I I' JENJOY Fork on the St. Lucia River. i return home on Christmas Day,
=I'JIIIIIUIIIIIIIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllltllllll h I unlnl1111111111111111 Roast Turkey i Plum Pudding Cran rry Sauce

j' C House"of Clipper Craft Clothe = and Everytfng That Goes, 'with. #th/RiVst ofT

g I. Christmas Dinners. ;

alF4 I j jCho' .

1 /of Soup or Juice S re e Anna B* Betty Chisholrt and the Staff

= orrosrrt IT.S coos aNK
Mashed Potat Vegetabfe'' 109 So. Second Streetlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll< Fort Pierce a
t i J II Illlllll VIII IllllllslIIllnlpltnINNERSPRING :
Pindpple Cottar! Cheese Salad CHISHOLM'S1Wish
1 i i
Mince or Pumpkin / Coffee.' Tea" orTIllk lATTRESS ,
N '
l Ire< Cream \ slid

i Since t Wish You A Merry Christmas \ BOX SPRI +

on 6 legs Ail
I I Toil, A

sA1 PORT RESTAURANT $ 10 Value $950'


1 BJ..bo..d John. Pollack' Mary Lou Simon I Ia Ft. Pierce' Sleep Shop '. .

tt2&8 a t t Fort Pierce FJ.. 120 N.; 2nd St. Phone 710 t -

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The V: 8- Forest Service reports PROGRAM SET _
that It.I Ie feasible for OES METHODIST CLASS I '
nortda to: produce four time asalach Mill Dorothy ClonU, daughterof AT HILTON HOMEThe Home ELECTS OFFICERSNew
wood M It does now, County Judge and Mr*.Arthur 1 t
R, Clonts, and Kemp Maser of SouthTortThom:;;: of Mrs DemonstrationNotes officers of the Matron's I ,
Fort Pierce and the John Hilton WM the scene ot a ,
of das of the Methodist Church I
North Carolina, Christmas buffet luncheon: \ I
will present a were elected Tuesday night when
program qf Christmas music at Thursday for members of the Mrs. A. C. Courson, assisted ,
.I 16OS 8 sop. m tomorrow OES Circle. By LUCILE INSCOI I
over Station Decorations :
Mrs.Harris Winston,
WtRA wall hostess
In Fort
PLETE Clonta' who It majoring Pierce. voice Mini Yuletide appropriately season carried out in the Christmas: la the season when at her hon.e Eldorado Heights

RETAIL HOLESALEIN at Florida State University and. After the regular business horn takes on new meaning It Mrs president J. i.; Richards Mrs. Clay was McKenzie elected I
Maser will sing a solo each and meeting, a social hour followed Is ft time when families gather vice-president; Mrs John E., Ing.'l
three dueUr Mrs L. L Maser ot Santa was on hand to conducta I
Fort Pierce will be their, accompanist Rift exchange. ..together and feel a little closer Taylor, secretary. and Mrs t M. 1
Present for to each other. Even: the noise of Phllp, treasurer
EACHES the occasion were Mrs Philp the devotional
THE PAL Mrs Grace Maurer, :excited children doesn't seem to gave
Mart Mrs Katherine annoy, but.had Its part in creating Miss Sara Rollins and Joe COur-
417 OKEECHO ROAD B. Smith attended the Giver,Mrs Olive Clielt,Mrs -
son several selection
Fort Pierce Rotary Club Flora anew the same Christmas gave on : : : I
PHONE 2-38 Christ Corbett Mrs. Augusta spirit that have the piano and baritone Presents -
we known In
mas party i Carrie
Monday Marsh,
.! Myrtle Ter- i other years around a beautiful Christ-
rio, Mrs May Douglas. Mrs
At at mas tree were exchanged The
Mrs. we gather this 1948 season
Gladys B. Stevens, Mrs Ed- class presented their teacher I
SALE ,,,_ See Us,For na M. Chapman, Mrs Minnie hearts let that us resolve we will In not our think own Mrs. Karris\ Cossaboom with a
Reddellen Mrs. Alice A. Gllson, vaseOthers.
merely of the Christmas dinner, ,
& Mrs Grase
pairs and Steelman and the
.. I g asgoo d as it might be, or the present were Mrs.
hostess, Mrs Hilton,
gifts that we expect to receive, Franklin Jones, Mrs. WUlaford : /
SERVICE Parts The next meeting will be at but let us think of the real K. Leach, Mrs. Nellie Masher,
Woodman Hall Jan, 6, with covered .
meaning of Christmas, and help Mrs. Louella Woodlawn Mrs JF
dish luncheon at noon Bozone, Mrs Norls Cossa
create within our homes a desire
NOLD B E Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. Benedset ;Toward Men" Mable Anderson, Mrs. W E.
Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W of Endicott, N. Y,' arrived --- Rowell, Mrs Harris Lowery L Mrs. i
Monday to spend the winter sea ,The office of home demonstration I U Decker Mrs C,H. Summers,
-- son ati the_Stuart. Auto Camp work extends to you the season Mrs Cecil Johns and Mrs. E. P, Plump T der
------------------- Wells
r .( !( f!: !('.c s Tiny greetings TIm, and"God In the Bless.UsEvery wordsof Deep Br sled Y
One" Mrs Ruth Stevenson is leaving
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL tomorrow to spend Christmas
DUTCH TREAT DLUBThe with her mother, Mrs J. A. X
\ asSupt
Brooks, In Fort Meade.SPECIAL.
fe Will Remain,Open For Your Shopping Convenienc Dutch Treat Club met

... We Will Remain Open For Your Shopping lunch Thursday followed at the by Stuart bridge Hotel at the for E ra }'

Convenience Thursday and Friday NighCr.aberrjr ) Civic were Center.Miss High Edith score Coventry winners Supply Holiday fo he U e y s

Mrs L. E. Ashley and Mrs. Mae 300 Feet Indian River A & P COF E
Rose DalePEAS Mason Others playing were Dresse and Drawn u
Mrs. Paul Lord, Mrs Talmadge Fronts
SAUCE 17c 25'SUPER I Wilson, Mrs. Stanley Kitching, er 700'r Deep t 1 1 Ready or the Oven
Mrs. Conrad Albracht, Mrs. R. 0
n. 2 cans __ ____. lroad ti
Judson Mrs. William Alexander To R'
Mrs Paul Hoensel, Mrs. T J. F. ,
Palmolivs i Kennedy and Mrs. ). B. Young- Loc in Walton ,LloLa y a x t 1
25' SIM.. .31C blood of Mason City, towa. 3Vj Mild North of Jensen
SOAP a large __
,...:. ._ __ ._ _! CANDY FOR CHILDREN Id 1
A Plain and Assort F Sa $6750.00 EIGHT 'CLOCK
Rome Beauty De\cious "Come on kids. Pick your own
NUTSCANDY candy from the Christmas tree 1.Ib. bag 40c <3-lb.bagl.
27' loaded with candy at Santo'sAntique ly
"' RED CLE1lb.
Shop all day tomorrow,
Nellie Pezxonl announced today. C. B. ARBOGAST
-- Hills BrosCOFFEE. bag ..44cBOK
adding that Santos Antique
MILK 41' 53'Shankles Shop will remain in the Ough- STUART TOMS, po' d . .....79c .,

?tail cans ".". .--.. ound terson Bldg. l-lb.ba47c 3bag $1.35 HENS, po' d .................................-89C

Hormell't SlicedBACON TenderPICNICHAM Warwick AsMtedCHOCOLATES Tender -- 8 Ib. to 16 Ib Avg.

pound 55' / pound 39'LAST Mb.box59c__ 2-lbl>ox $1,17 r HAM .1
Jane Parker -,

SPICE DROPS B X. 35C Whole or ,

'.' Jane Parker Christmas Half

1 CAKE 98 lb. 63c

36-ox. __
A & P Vine Ripened
j C Quiol9 Frozen -- Dressed and Drawn r
-4*Mzal 11r PUMPKIN 2 No. 21/. cans 3
Ann Pace elected Spanish I pound

: a Standard '

Oceaay-.-- Cranberry STERS... -. U I

No can C&P

P. 0. 13ox 1042 / Stuart, 'Fla.F1 X-T'y s TEAK pound

t M OUR T CKSOR PEAS 25 up-t
t No. 2 can
YOU Holiday HOCK ROAST pound. '63

Fruits and VegetablesRed

INUTE NEAREST Delicious CNIC HAMS pound .. 45C

0 WFECTFOOD APPLES 2.lb. box 2 yfield Sliced
i C
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Biz Red; O t9 9
C Ull pound ..
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CRANBERRIESEmperor pound 4 -r
-- --- --

SHO \ ERS GRAPES 2 pounds ; 5C Por End .l'

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Crisp Cut
WISHES FOR 129c Roast r
,91\ 1948 BEST 100, CELERY 2.t.ik. I

And Yellow CHOPS, ound....... _.. ................43c I;:
Squash v ..
rCheerily r P'
2 Ibs. 19c I

THAT "SPECIM, GIFT"SEE Juicy Oranges Florida OpANCE Jane Park "

I 8-lb. bag 29c FRUICAKE
, }

I, 2 Ibs. 25c 4 '

I Potatoes Sweet 1V2-lb., 1.25 I

/ 3-lb. 2,45 ;it A
? 3 Ibs.
! TOCKS we mm 5-lb. 3.85

I voice to the many ha] '' ,' 0ti

I At ones raised in,the wish, II l., a I' ANGELAS Poultry Seasoning, pkg. 9c

Marshmallows 10-o pkg.18c ,
-- ,
MERRY Holid Nuts Cracker Jack, box 4c

Brazil Nuts, .. .... ...........39c NABISCO Iva'o.. r s.
C RISfNIAS! e Premium Crackers :,..-,......... .
Mixed Nuts :,

pound 42c : \I

Walnutspound ,j
JAWs BILL FREEEquipment 3 ;

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PIERCE, FLA. ;Sales and Ser idei .' 3

R ember, You Can Budget Your Purchases ". \ Almonaspoune49c a

j # At,No Extra Coat! FORT PIERCE.

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"i; SOCIAL NEWS and the WEEK Nsw Item ffit for*this before paper must ruth the L"**'

Happenings of IN STUART X MRS. JOSEPH. A, McCOyyedaed.y Editor.
Horn. Telephone 214 1 Office PIal.,

I'1 TUf, and Mrs t, C. McCrocklin,, Mr and Mrs Arnold C. Peters NEW FLORIDA, FASHION BTU HOLDS ANNUAL Guests were Olnger Jamison, Mr and -
I I PEO Holds I
1 I Jr. ul[ St Petersburg are expected I and daughter', Mill Lee Peters, CHRISTMAS PARTY Charlotte Wall, Jean Bobbins daughters, Carorondlies
f fI I 11'1' will be Mary Melle Surges. Dorothy 'and IOn, Robert who wert ,
tomorrow night to spendChmLmas holiday weekend guests It
PACE from the Baptist
I ChristmasParty group Sullivan. Patsy Sullivan Sheldon log the Kart
t with her parent, Mrllid .,j of Mr, and Mrs Lewis Bell at Union Krueger reds
Young People Training
Baker, Jack Boggess. Beach 'tp m,Lucie t.
Mrs E/:. Mfnnlnge- I their home on Palm Beach Road I ,hbe
A nIut
CUD 1 I celebrated the Christmas season '' ed
; : ---.-- --- MondayThe Brooks, Jim Harrel>] Virginia to, New York tqr Chaste,
ATV r with their annual ChrUtmas Burgess, Jeanett Rudd and .from there they pfatl t to
party in the church annex Monday Elaine: timer. -At1aona.I. 10

Ad } Special home of Mrs L 0, Kick- evening s_ .-
pan 1''
Palm r liter Eldorado Heights, was the Misses Patsy and Dorothy E
letting for a Christmas party for Sullivan won prltes In game
wiuutaclllt i
i Christmas Dim the PEA sisterhood Monday contests. Special music was pro Your t
' 0 { 1at night. The spacious living room i
slbly vided by Miss Met Burgess,, Miss
decorated with
was artistically
w 6ffo' holiday greens, Poinsettia and Patsy Sulllvaa, Jack Boggessand Chris
lighted candles A small decorated Sheldon Baker. Girts were" nner
; ST. LUCIE tree stood at one end of exchanged and, refreshments of ,
fo' GRILLDeious Me room The dining table was Ice cream and cookies served. will be the best ver enjoyed
overlaid with a hand-made lace I
.' Ralph Daniels donated the lee
1 Tasty/d Cloth and centered with Polns t if come
cream yo
li tie). flanked by taU red tapers A welcome .wine extended to i iST.
1 y The mantel featured lighted I the college students who were
3 ;r)1f handles and greenery,and on the I guests 'Mn Sheldon Baker, assisted CIE
enclosed porch adjoining was a I by Mrs. Charles Titus,was LLI
1 1I 1t large tree effectively decorated. t hostess .
r YI9 Following a short business session l I
Mrs ErwIn Johnwlck, In I i I.
SEAS GR STINGS charge of the program told of I.I t
the early carols and folk songs 1 I jt > '
and their continued use down,
through, the centuries She also)
dI led the members in group singing "
I of Christmas carols, presld
log at UIB piano Christmas gifts f t
r and messages were assembledand
r CONG ATIONSFATH made ready for mailing to)
Mrs F W.Loy one of the members
A who has been confined tot l .4
the hospital for several months f-
In Orlando, Messages were alsotent '
Ha non-resident members of
the chapter. Mrs T. C Plttman]
I of Atlanta and Mrs Azaleeni e .. ": .
I Dills of Orlando, were welcomed( f
II, R RY .. as guests of the chapter. The] Kusliinn' photographers\ are busy at Opreu Gardens shooting) (
hpsUsa) assisted by Mra,PlttnTan!! Mitt veam' itvlcs. Jim Martha' Mitrh ell ((1,4(1" () and Katy Tnnwf
and Mrs Dills, served refresh I wear two Autxtunduig sunlwik trreHtkxx On the kit Is.. oft. he'
p and ,1 menu to 17 members and guests, gltmildeicasuul! featuring a full skirt and wrap'vroiind ash At JIM!
I I Mrs H. 0 Gardner will be hos- right u a bUck linen with ( surprise Iwck Note the unusual Lacing
I teas to the chapter for the meeting -r f from, ..,k and
iH to weiet i t tbo trim set-In sleeves.DINNER
!: on Jan Sat the home of Mrs.P. : ._.. .
c. Th Catholic Ch cha .-M Hnenshel .

Miss June Foglesong, who Is. I Mrs .W. E Williams and, Mr HOSTESS TO CIRCIX
attending DeSales Heights Academy I
\V were pleased to instal helumbing In Parkersburg'W. Va, arrived -: and Mrs. Henry Cabre were co- Mrs. Ted OughterSon was )hw I a /jq.
to spend Christmas with hosts with a charcoal broil steak
I less at her home In st. Lucie Ei-
her father, Harry Foglesong aJlS >: dinner on,the Cabres1 patio Saturday
J in the New RectotI South California Ave. She f evening! honoring Mr and< tales for members of Los AmljU I
: f was accompanied by Miss Billie : Mrs Leonard Edwards of East Circle of,.the Baptist Woman)
] Zeigler a student at Marshall :I Hampton, L. I, Other guests Missionary'Society Tuesday! )
College, Huntington W Va. were Mr and Mrs L, I. Simmons' night when they had their i r

I J 'A, Kling W, H, Mun imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiimimRESSMAKING I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I l!l i l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l ', and Mr and Mrs O C.Smith' ,,' Christmas covered-dish. Supper|

I I'I AT R1VERVICW APTS. and program. The rooms were 4.1 4 ,,, "
fd ALTERATIONS artlsUdally decorated in the ;yule s4Yst ;
: Arthur Woodburn of PittaI motif with Poinsettia, lighted I ;
Jensen Beach Fla Ito tN FeL i
,I burgh and Joseph Woodburn.of
aId I I, Chautauqua N.Y. are among, candles' blue ChrUtmas lights \ TOALL RI9IDSANDtg
1 1 1l'r t0/ .. & A AY' I I recent arrivals at'the JUvervlewAptsv : and arrangements) of Ixora. I :'
1 ftimimiiiimutffntiuiitiiiiiiiiiiiiu, ,,, I- Miss;! Lurl' InHcoe ass )11& RAKIISII.1 Cs ,)
I charge of the program Takln
( ( ( C '.C u:! ii I I Mr. and Mrs. Don Meatre" and part were Mrs. Walton Parka,

-- c.--, ... i "daughter, Nancy of the Stuart Mn Charles Titus, Miss OlneEurtt \
: Auto Camp left today for tong Mrs Charles Jackson and .# 1k
I Island to spend Christmas with Mn C D Blakeslee Olfts were *
if S Mrs Mestrel parents taken from a Christmas tree and :
rII distributed by Mrs Oughteraon, J;
Gordon Butcher,who Is a senior ', Miss: Eurit and Mrs Dorothy
-majoring landscape architecture Pierce.
J at Alabama Institute of Others present were Mrs."t. W. !' JUST RECEIVED
s \ IFTFI Technology in Auburn, arrived Meggett, Mrs Azaletn Dills of 1
] I DSI last week to spend the Yuletide I Orlando, Mrs O L. White and
1 ,f I holidays with' his mpther,, Mrs Mrs, Joseph A: McCoy, I.I I..
Velma C Butcher I t j In Wne For
o 'r -to.i Er. and Mrs Olenn worth I R
a.i Clark Johnstone, Jr. who'Is and children of Morgantown W
taking boot training in San DIego Va, are spending the Christmas :
t"f r arrived this week to spend holidays'I ,with Mrs Ashwortbs i
1 1 You'll Find the Yuletide holidays with his parents, Mr and bins Horace CHRISTMASBIG
: ft I' Many ai imdyTiptt 1 cr t Gr ious Gif tS II parents- at-the 'France-- ,,-' -;I Atwood, of Flagler Ave, :

!fib STUAR \\0, UG II I And a SHIPMENT j jI

t? WI' hate Stocked an Ample Supply ofCHRISTMAS\GtVNDlES c All Good F 1 I AMOS ''I'Ird

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Our Cosmetic Department

Harriet Hut bard Ayres / Elizabeth Ardent; R3WCE'REOTRAUHT !

Cara Nome Richafld HqdnutVardley ,I
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$55 Ea'I
Evening In Paris DuBarry Revlon

Ronllon Lighters Save With Safety 8

Pipes Fine Tobacco. at d, '
i Shaving Brushes So That Of, Help May Have,An EnjoRblei: The Ideal Christmas.Gift;

i Billfolds It Christmas .
i Wrist Watches, ,
Pen and Peneit Sts I
Nylon ,Hosiery
Manicure Seta Rowell Furniture Or
StationeryCoffee '
I" Sets, Etc. I IA RICE'S' RESTAU ....',.. 1 wrueger ,'
YOUR REXALL STORE ,'j ',:, :n'I;' \. :

ill Pbone 11 Open Christina* Day, 9A, M. Till. Noon 'Stuart, Fla "H.rbl." Rico; owner I Bldg, : hone

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ffltlCE MSCtK FISH j It difficult to stay In water deep .AUIIo NAT

yiVBV; Bwltaerland-- AP) enough to support them. The GUN ACCIDENT COMMISSIONS READIED FOR 1,600 BEING ;' Grower Discovers Pigeon Peas AD STARTLES FRANKFURT when they read' the following I

etblt they,like U of not Swiss, Police have been ordered; to ELECTED OFFICERS FRANKFURT Germany (AP) announcement In the local"Neue I:
la this, area are going catch them alive and net them INJURESfOUTH TALLAHASSEE. I'Thrive Here Are Good II -After three years of reeducation Fresse". Foreigner wants (6 buy !I.
4 A 'dry Fall, left the tree 11the Lake of Geneva ) The Eating and de-militarization people uniform with breastplate and '
1M In this region so tow where there la plenty ot Secretary of litate's' office la I I I lq Frankfurt were astounded helmet for 7-year-old boy
deep f
at t,the\ ,bigger trout are finding I water. hard at work preparing commls- I!,I L. F Kohler of the North Fork T
Jack Stevens, JB. a sophomore alona for approximately (,800 I f I of my large seed order wrote -- --
_...................,- In Martin County High School, county and State cfflciala who of the St. LuclB, owner of the offering a fine price a pound for
was reported recovering aatUfac* will take office Jan. 4. I I former Stuart Metal Works I'the green peas Pence Construction Co.
All offices elected In the November building in North Stuart, started "I don't
I.torlly W( Martin County Hospital general election ear (for English peas, .
I f .Uee after accidentally the Governor, members of except Con- looking for a new kind ot but decided to try some of my Phone 193 :
shooting himself lrt.iI the right grew"and the State Legislature home-grown feed for his chickens own pigeon peas and found them D-7 Bulldozer ( '
i \ with Ralce
abdomen ahortly before noon receive the commissions --and discovered that Eng: delicious, with ,* rich, nutty Blade or
Sunday, A hospital spokesman No formal paper la prepared lIah pigeon peas thrive locally 'flavor."' \Is o J%-Yard Draglinej '
I told one discharge from the 80uag for the Governor, but members and are fine food for the farmer Kohler advises I cooking the ;
shotgun Stevens was carrying of Congress and the State Legislature as well as hla flock not to men- peas with small chunks of,hamor \ See Us For ,\
r missed vital organs and he receive certificates of tion the fact that an excellent salt pork, and a dab of butter. Clearing Grading. "
yam'" appeared to be beyond danger. election outside market.exists His pioneering\ efforts have Ditching,
I Stevens, ion of Mrs Rita Stev. Each officer receiving a com 'The peas grew taller than my opened up a new crop for Martin Diking, Etc. j jOW I
ens of Hobe Sound, formerly' of mission U required to tau an head" said Kohler-who plant. County farmers and shippers
May the divine Mogof West Palm Beach! until this fall, oath of office and, many are required 'ed six acres,"A New York broker and a delicious new vegetablefor t" '
said he was hunting alone on the to post surety bonds The who apparently had heard Florida housewives
I mainland above Hobe Sound comptroller must all -- --
carrying approve
Christmas the shotgun over hla bonds. Every person whb receives h>>'l ){ >>i- )a); )a ) "()a: ()'();
Shoulder and a rifle in hla other a commission must pay a
be with You hand The shotgun slipped and $10 Issuing fee.Commissions.
I fell to the ground causing it to prepared before BRUCE & ; ':
A Always l discharged, but he managed Jan. 4 will be signed by Millard HAR
I to crawl to the Inland Waterway Caldwell as Governor Those y'sj
where his waving from the bank completed after, then will bear f4 ALL,
attracted an unidentified passer. the signature of hla successor, Will Be
by who Fuller Warren.' L a
rescued him and notified af
ALDER N'S B ERYJe ,authorities, Sheriff O. M. Han-: The Secretary of Sate office Closed All Day Chris /.as OGETHERa I
Cock and Constable Marvin said about 900 of the 1,600 commissions a f \
en Peach Crowe InvestigatedNO I already have been pre- 3 So As To Give Our p "
-- pared and mailed out:
ldr, 'and Irs. Alderman TRADE I Christmas Day 0
I Neal Dec. 15 social night for ..... :
bishop was
president of the .
Stuart Sailfish Club, made a I the Salerno Civic Association !(!Cw::!(" !( tet:: ( l.( !(t:: ttCC ,
I catch Tuesday which he refused and a delightful evening of ,,'
I to trade for a sailflsh- ven games was enjoyed. Mra Gold- .!( !C !C te:: k t(: tt( a
though Capt. Eddie Engebretsen stone was In charge of activities
offered him a fmh-caught tall Mrs Mortensen served sandwiches
for It. "No dice," said Neal, lugging I cake and coffee. The I I
home a J.Ib Florida'crawfish gathering Included a number of
9r which he snagged while fishing newly arrived winter residents I .
on the reefs Vice-President Jack Johnson,
welcomed all and urged a full r= /'
)+api't01'R4'h'tiE, tt( 4"oa' 'ear attendance at the business meet-
Ing held last night i
1 Youth night on Mondays and f''k
dance night on Tuesdays' are
E gaining in POPularIty. Atten- i !
RYBR dance Is Increasing weekly. A OERR9 CH STmAS
Plans for the Christmas celebrations
I were announced at last
1VCH night meeting.Mr. ij C A ST ONJ( bST. ipenal Restaurai

ST ASS 4 \ and Mrs. C H. Brooks of t NGE'S GR ERY J and Service Station
Salem County N. J.. are back In
Stuart to spend the winter with Hobe Sound ii r. and Mrs Henry P Lyons!
their son, Joe Brooks and family -
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At 0 f The'very b rt of your Spring Of The Finest ''I.

y yk T wardrobe .a loan Miller cotton NationallY> Advertised

MATHER\FURfllTURE } cosu /for'round-rtie-tlock wool...' GIFT MERCHANDISE, a

id the skirt eon be partnered For Your
with any of your pet blows LAST MINUTE GIFTS;
1 A'Visit To Our sV MH Help You or '' In Brown, Aqua, Blue, Grey or For All The Family

,"&o Lavender Dan River Cordipun. t '

SOLVE YOUR flT PROBLEM Junior lira 9.15 Manhattan and Sportswear Shirts j ji

< i $12.95 McGregorShirta i

and Sportswear

FUp IT E r Hickok Belts a

Jarman Shoes
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HOME Complete., .' Seamproof Slips a. and Gowns

Latest Styles.
Handkerchiefs, Ties, Robes,
.Too Many To '
YEAR! --Greetings.. Belts, Handbags! .:. a
BW. OW! PAY NEX : h Illustrate: : .
6f' These New Arrivals Include Carol. King Hundred Gift Suggestions I
---'- ---- The Season Martha Manning and Joan Miller,brasses .

FURNITURE To All Our 1 i


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t? 'ct':<<'CCtC<< ctC'4! : : Salerno News I Radio System Aids ATTORNEABOVE J JI CHAMBER.. SEEKS will Purest guard effebt! Salt on and>water help abed give(I]to them which pure to steady live and water tcp'subs' IJI,,,

H There Is Still a Good Supply - I In Capturing TrioThe -- -

of (Continued froth page J LOCKS CLOSING

sheriff's radio patrol .,..ate -
d Quality Merchandise : ON 3RD resulted in the quick cap : In refusing to pal the Interest THE SEA HORSE

l. Fot ture early yesterday triornlng ol I due on said bonds bn January' I. Despite report that "the locks
three men Who had allegedly 1949, if it intend to rely solely arc shut President A. 8. Blair
The Last Minute Sniper : BIRTHDAY ahort-changed Carll Bar of: 'upon this suit and upon the order bf the Martin County Chamberof TXCKLE CO.
of the Court entered! therein .
At Hobe Souttd The loss was said In other words what I mean to Commerce visited the scene
# r ; Bj'MRS. O. D. QtlGLErMrs. to be 20. sty is, that I can not give :you yesterday and reported: "The
.Stuart Jeweler The alarm was received at my own opinion at this: writing canal U still filling the St Lucie
Y, g ..f Douglas Shelton entertained liM: Tuesday night and one whether or not the bill In the River with muddy discharge'Just Fisher Our ciallyIs
t t( tC tCw:! last Thursday afternoon hour later Sidney O. Conley.. 13, case 'under discussion shows a* we approach the height
w q saEAL
CLIO i; P Pd at her horn In honor of her Melvin E Patrick. 32 and Nolan non-existence of the City of at the tourist season, greatly Se ice oU
ATV $,\ daughter Lynn's 3rd bltt.hday. E. Conley 18, were seized by the Stuart;or whether or not, in my Injuring our fishing and causing
I After exchange of Christmas sheriff and police officers at opinion the order of the Circuit : major loss to our community
girts cookies, Ice ,cream and Stuart. Court holding otherwise Is ft correct -' come."
+, They were driving a in Rjf and Reel
,; ESTATE punch 'were served to Dorothea yellow Ford coupe with a Miami or an erroneous order, but Blair said that the giant spillways We Specialize Repairing
apart .r r } I IWithrh McPherson Lewis Ressler. J ? license; aald that they were en my.opinion is based solely on the are stilt wide" open "and
P Homesites and WterfrontageReasonable Helen Baldwin TommIe and route to Waycrosa, Oa., to aPend status of the case as It Actually hive been wide open since before 1
; 'ti w+! t" Sara Pea In, Shirley and Donna Christmas, They are being held exists at the present time. the hurricane." We Sell Only J TION Y AbVERTISED
. tactU .{ i, I Isihly "w Erickson, Francis Mario, Jimmy at Martin County Jail for Investigation It would require considerable Calling attention to the fact i
ittlisew's' Ne Addretsi 4th Strefrt, Opposite SchoolTTO. Shelton Bud Smith, Kathleen research to give you a sound that the major farming areas of NDS OF1T> *KLE. aH
Stevenson, Donna and Lynn opinion on the validity of the the Everglades are now dry.Blair .
4, Shelton; Mrs. Lewis Ressler,Mrs CUrB GIVES CANTATAA refunding bonds, and unless such said that the "Chamber of
D. McPherson Mrs It: A. Bald an investigation could be thoroughly Commerce will take every possible RY SWING URST
UBIN win, Mrs Allene resin, Mrs' near capacity audience made prior to January1st action to bring this continuing e
Carlo Mario, Mrs John D. Bit v. heard the Christmas cantata it seems to Bit that U wouldbe situation to th ,'at 'ntlon OMnerI
enson. Mrs. Oliver Smith, Mrs, presented by the first. glee club wise to pay the. Interest on of the U S. Engineers and askthat" .
I Jake Shelton Mrs Maud She! ever formed at I Wiir l.YYr+M J..s .a 5Ywrr em oa.ay AM
I Martin County what Is purportedly due, and If the locks and spillway be'1
+ a C ::tC.tCtC tCtCA ton Mrs.Stanger and Mrs. Marie High School In the school audi- you should have the matter investigated stjut'during our winter season." I I
Stanger.Mr. torium last Thursday night. ''and
and Mrs. George Mlson of Principal E. F, Johnwlck announced have an opinion later upon you which should you :-a )( )Ii );' :I. : t'C! :t( (.('.: ( ( t:'...
Franklin Square, UJt were weekend $4)was collected in the might care to rely that the bonds
f. f- bpi guests of Mr. and Mr offering to be devoted to purchasing are invalid, the /question could ,
Charles Conrad of Salerno robes for the ;club. At then later be determined by
ij B Shores.Mr least three more such programsare proper Cojirt)\ proceedings '
I and Mrs- Ray Johnson ancon planned for the club this Yours. very truly
R of Casevllle; Mich., are oocupylng year, he said By B. r. Paty. utJIJlIGl'B
the George Mooney cottage -
{ I for the whiter.Mr. .
and Mrs. Ove Barmen of B !
? g tllnton Corners N.Y., were ,
overnight guests at Salerno Inn 13eftt .
a ea last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen rxY
.M own a winter hone In Salerno '
Shores. r
Sfi Mrs. J. P. Wllbar, Miss Kate
M' Riddle and Mrs. C. C. Jacobs A Really, Delicij Old-lissllioned
To 'Wish You were Christmas shopping I In 1
West Palm Beach Thursday
f Mem Christmas tit, Mrs Henry Johttnnesoen\ and
1 1ii children of Manasquan, N. J., arrived for CHRISTMAS DINNER
last week to spend the win- Merry

Vic Beauty Salon for ter.Seagurd his home Johnson In Barnegat left Monday! City Yery I As A "Served ByTSIMAS ,

or I Ii N.J.. after a few wee Its- herewith Ii
J I friends S ,F
Mara rw ittn Elizabeth; Putnam Mr and Mrs O. R. Thompsonand
Mrs Johnson Whitlcar of Y I You Invited To. eRAsert'stion3At
) : :; .aY'IiN.a1dYB>fN101AlOYDID/arf fi Ya Sewell's" Point were business S 1rjs i '
t l61WW1 West Palm Beach
visitors In
i : : oYaasaia''Ims :r.i
m/aosxst s Y, MondayMr
t and Mrs. Jim! Brown' and I :Hotel ptuart Restaurant

vlr: daughter, Bonnie Sue "and M r.and 3 MA B., SMITH *
ii Mrs. Robert Roebuck and F W
l l'I' daughter, Karen:!, of Stuart. and pecprator .
3 d called on Mr. and Mri. C. T. /inter I S hing Everyone A Merry: cHristmas
Sweat In Belle Glade Sunday.The ....
to sal Community Christmas te:': &@e&G< cps p tree will .be at the Civic Center

Christmas Eve. Richard_ Over- :a);); )i.i )i :i j',)i )1 )t. :; )Ja ::i '
4 Mr. and Mrs.
I ra a5oy' 1J \ Ii -y
helser of Syracuse N.Y. arrive .
II IIFRRY last week (for the wlntei. rt .
of 1 "p YN. -
Mr and' Mrs. Dan aY' .
Hobe Sound called on Mr. and 'I' '' ," '---I ... ....
Mri. O. D. Quigley Saturday eve- } If.'.i <,':', :
ning. ,, .'- i
Sebron Brown has re-enll te< ., .
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in the Navy as radioman '
class and will leave nei t III" :7 r "' + r' .

Wednesday.Joe i .
Brown. who ha been In j
11.1'i .
A 5 j the Navy six month, was homeon .
Cts' : jo-days' leave Joe ha returned .J C''t'-r '
to duty and will I leave for ,/
China the first of the year for :

nine months. ,. Jt .,
Mrs. H. 'M. Vorls of East St, 'I" "f
Louis. 111., expects to be here ,'," y" \
ait soon after Christmas and ex- j iF* '" t. .. r
home in .....1.
peels to be in her new .f "
j May Your Christmas Be Full Jensen Beach this winter. .
Mrs. Fred Pedersen and aon.

1 of J y and Youf F New Year guests John of Were Mr. Saturday and Mrs. ;L night C.

: A Moore
II and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Quigley and i
ppy Iltosperous son*. Jesse 'and George, called
'I.I h on Mr. and Mrs George Brown-
i' lee-and Mr. and Mrs pan Shaw :

Stuart arine Service Co., Inc. TYLER TAKES LEASE

4 : ':: : i: P.C t<<& I officially Arthur M.took Tvler over last the Thursday lease on
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the Stuart Service Station on Q.
I 4i the old Dixie Hwjr. at 1st St.
after purchasing the Interest of
i Walter O. Rein, including all
Luscious 1 ree-Ripened stock and equipment. Purchase
price was not announced.The .
station i la leased on a 1
year-to-year basis by the Quit
I Refining Company with the year a
starting Dec 1. Tyler Joined r
It IFRV1TI Rein as an equal partner last
i 1 Sept 'I until Rein decided retire -
I from the business becauseof
t 111 health. Tyler said the station ::4
4t tt II I I features automatic gasoline

Ij j destination Shipped'jpirect from the grove t express to its batty and charger the newest tooth portable tM"

and stationary. .
Full Bushel of Select/ Oranges Tyler is assisted by his wife
$500id and Frank Simmons The Ty
Express pre ten moved here three years ago /

Full Bushel Select/ Grapefruit and Oranges. $| 75 from Tampa from the after Navy he and was they discharged .

Express prepaidFull i .... __.__ formerly owned and operated
r Sally's Kitchen and poolroom.
Bushel If Select Grapefruit. f $| SO They reside: .in Golden Oate.

Express prrf aid ._ ..: __ __,_ .. .. JAYCEE-ETTES END I

Ra-covering of approximately
70 cushions on chairs and couchs I
and hanging of five pairs of new
Oranges, Jer bushel -- -- ------L _.$1.50 drapes at the Civic, Center were '
completed by the Jaycee-Ettes 2

Grapefruit, per bushel __ \_.. .$1.00MAPP Monday night A tree in the I
Center also, civic was group decorated by thewomen' I Merry Christmas .

Materials for the refurbishing I
were paid for by the city which I From
Ifli GROVE several' months ago granted the .
Jaycee-Ettes $300 for the volun I n .- "; ,
tary project Labor was furnished / '. '
.3 miles South of Palm City, End of Mapp Road. by the girls at no cost and j ,ASSOCIATES

t Orders taken at office in Post Office Arcade Bldg. a spokesman the city's allotment said probably will be partof re- j Jftm Q MacDonald L. A. Arbogast M, R. Cartwright Miss-Belva Harrison

turned. The group will meet at, j
bt Civic Center Monday night :l tCgtggre! ''( tgg tetqggtgqPCgt t( 12ttCCt! ( "" Pe



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FOR SALt1II11II1II111II1I1II1II1II1II1II1I1I1I1II1I1I11 \ iiiimmiiiiiinnujiiimimiiiitiiuiiiiii [111I11111111"11I11111111I11I1111I11I11I11I11I111 MIN June Matousek. freshman Stetson University student *
FOR RENT Kobe Sound called on Mr. and1

11111111111111111111111I11I111111I11I11111111I11. .. NOTIVFSSPENCER ..1 NOTICES i 1 at Northwestern University at who have arrived to spend the Mn W. M. Marr Sunday ..
11I11I11I11111111111111I holidays 'with their
11I11 III U1H"111 parents are'
FOR SALE: 1941 four door Nash iMmiUiuuMiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiii"fHRISTMAS i Evanston, Hi,, arrived last Thurs __ t.
lfIm TYPEWRITERS FOR Mary Huff Jeanette Rue and Joe ''h'on
aedan first clan condition week or RENT-B BTJPPORTaTgKjg1 GIFT PROBLEMSoiVED day to spend Christmas with her OoursonMr | It you are in doubt what trees

Cap. 15I.J. j9/Jp The Stuart month.News Office.Phone 30t U limn Mi n'* belt |, | nim fr1w at the Ruhnke Photosn8piortraits parents! Mr. and Mrs.. Otto J. -e | your land should be sawed tor}(; I. ,{

I IItJ'"J; uranie AVO. Fort Cameras, for Matousek. '
Marr and children, future eropi corfcult the Florida*
GET TOtR ISIS desk Pierce Phone U7-M for appointment I all the family, Authorized --- .
calendarnew FOR RENT ------- -- ------- -- --- '
: Apt, by f,
month Forest Service.
_ at The Stuart Nefs Of. I I team 111. ,a O, Clark, 206 Seminole tl View Master Dealer, 36/tf '
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ORDIN- flee Calendar mlth LIX1AL AOVtVTISEMENTf
,: it PER WORD stand or St. 4/lp )
WNIMtJM See FOR 17 a jr>Bll for your old a d. U I STUDENT NIGHT AT'CHRISTMAS fiOTI ZIs.ti" '. -'

JPS.: PEa WORD IM FOR CAW-11 FOB SALEi: Flne.7-red- filer- I I ro eouple.. RENTI Private Room I tot.ib.elderly. BAPTIST CHURCH, SUNDAY 7i30 P. M. Lucie Bar"Stuart's astresums, :: the homby"k,, n ItIon that of tar the o"Veli CM.,, ,\.. ;

, MINIMUM fishing worms, 7fe per 0; 40e I Joseph MrL Prelude .... __._ .. .. ... ... .. June Matmisck :Ni. seek .f Mill. Stuart., lllltoi":,u :'
Caekey. B 129 palm still b. Mi U lh be, itte sittortwo MMdw
PS per &0. He nlse''en The, t1l,. (QZoAPT. Hymn I 2 "o Worship the King" 7 o elook) 1. M.. Jliiiiuaril >,/Wi,: ;
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111111I11111I1111111I11I11111111111111'1ItTMENTS catch fish.' B. HBabcork bcHk, __ Prayer n. .. __..:?-..._,._.._.. .. .__ _... .Ri lard Roberts nth A. a u Bowil IM of.r.ulr ftkrtlm "p" I" (be* :.
FOR RENT Worm Ran turn FOR SEASON: I ,. feet, -4 UiMfivMtf 10" =: iuri< othom.,; .
Ting room, Hymn 202 O Muter Let Mo Wa fi\ With TW Favorite .
left at end of Britt R I Taproom" Inor v wI Istriforil "
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIII1IIIMIHJTUNT1C 39/U bedroom. dinette n4 electric Remarks Regarding the Program! ...... .. __ .. .._n Jim IlatrellRcillcull the tI:*. = ', \
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FOR SALE New, mod home. t U8-1.Itltcben. 011 the ter. Phone and RecognltHm ,ul !Students, __" ._'" Betty McClure:: 121 Ad .Dixie Highway jphone 9133OpcSundayi 1.,

Furnished, bedroom over, 38/tr Scripture Reading n .._....... .._ '''...' .., -_Emerjmi' _"Kramer' Ottljil H

looking Beautiful Manalte pocket. ,FOr RENT I 3 and In &part.Monts !Studying to he a Medical Missionary _.__..?__.._.._._.....Mary Huff 12:30 P.M. Midnight LECAU'ADVEIINOTI; .EM&NT {' :

view Aonen.] I by month season. Ali Studying to be a Christian Teacher :J.____?. .. _-.-.. Virgini Burgess ;,

Jences. flee Met 7t: DOVE I "' &rfc. N. w decorated.G"en Stwlving to be; it Minister __.. __ ,_..._ .....n n'" _. .Richard Roberts iTo both native and tour | a) Tr"OV IT MAY ,NI'.F.aN '(
Ian or phone 814J. k Ihm th '!
;9/tt :. Ap.nme 431 Coce.UA Studying to be a.Oirlstiaii BusiiiesJ Woman Elaine Ulmer! ci'hull:ijS n>lnr : -" of 1 = ;' \
< At is In"tlu ( I
now. 0
FOR SALE:: 111cautifulstate an .40/4p Qirutian Helps on a College Campus( .Peggy Vimer r>U 4 tho some *T'.. tho 0.( I

Indian River Dr.! Hollow 1 FOIi -Efti Cottage;; Solo .' Ann Pittman A CORRECTION r Last Week in small liclassifiedad. Jn signed..nVonl. t. vfc,Unt.ok. ,M>.n.t.... fit.h.o0 ,
Ute1ollslruUo.: ney I mad&rtently omitted the "POSITIVE- .... .. .... lur 0.f ,
than tile Ap Has Message. "What Shan! 1 Do With My Lifer Jack Nightingale wOfM .brio 'iI' 10 on "tote '
Inc desiredi ,
root. I bedrooms, aths. see. I Pal City Rivet.ery 0.'". Ado];; Invitation; Hymn "Wnerwr He leadi 1U GoACftOL LY" \>m my ad. So hero it -POSITIVELY 'M. Itod....... :.. >'I't;
TiBti quarters |. nine Poe' the best of beer Mart -I It.-.h \
I COt11TURTM'INTS beautiful ont, 0. F. BI 'elt. Bow 83,' I ass in County Bud- nor A-Lt Jok f X : !. .'1
rrouDdsUardwlck. rite ,
8 w
welter'sCHELOB ISc the '
t'a city. I / rI on Up only ":'.
r --- Ankon- Fla. 39/do .. -0 S'A'R A gig 10th part $1.50 for a al 1 premium glass L Ab rlS2MItNT


eerated, Fully Equipped i furrllllhed hour on SewaU'e L I X D P IS NOTICE> : be ,rI.I tho th. AWOaus"
81 l RANGES Forerunner Iti of I t ""h" t th. t\t.oOt.' of Fl-
n. a
Apartment .
V RETRACTIOfA No pre/yels ,
keeping A
I free they stale .
nand beau4 violin are ... .11I.f t.. 14 .ad 'Itsoevolid" wol's
> tad Season Rata 1169. 7 F. Kno..lea, L Dowry areek b6ttee A GOOD "BUY"For rrAneyi 46W I loJl.h.._. natld..
U your
ELECTlk 4. TotlDKrt MSa : atestims 1140 .' ..it M. I...", 4th.
0 All Year Round HALLS : SERVICE 'Olniln. en protect. *i .iur4plac 41. 1'.I..t. A R Imported Scotch SB, $4.95 up 1040 for I.. I. RTiN OOU'ITY d"
I pAGET. Met.eplisene Font OMIeJI\rcade' It. Among A 4 1 C .cJb.d.. to "...
111 1 OcL It I '
PhonfU UII II CommoUoa Apportioned Otto Jimporle ornac, Mh, $4 95 up .lI.. ,10. .. t .Or' of I" W'4 ,
1152. t Close of tiny Y Austin Nichols Ci ((13 jtgarian Fifth) $2.40 it, oulft ,f J."isitr
}} -
u. Expiate : ;
Nov.blttFOR 11 sending mr. prialreled a H R 5 5 trT- .I 116-1h. Rorie. 44
14. Climbing vine U. messounue D :: 'I.. 44 41 rTh %-.
iniiAimmiiiiuiiiiiimiiiimiFIR thlD.Jand &er. Reflnlsh 'L largo uslasis ..am'. ''IE'IIIWf' III A I T E: THE LAST MINUTE tfAS ARRIVED and a ,,,.ts, I lid" I. I.." "lky t1toTi"

SALEiiiiiiiifcrimiiwiriiiiiiiwniii BALE3 idlen clulh' .-ln your for* at Nisonbl| rate, 1L Outlets It.. Undertaking S; +Y .. rL g7: good to solve yo\ gif problems to purchase I ..d . .
17 is .
dow .ha"le*, jtt new. lied Working p.nr Metal U( at way .I." i 01" -I.then
Pb.o 101, HardwareCo. IS. OrlnlM I I ''T I IT ,. .,,, .... .
Stilars wKoa S lac* I" ,0bJo" ) "1. onto'
' electric rantfl Used rotary tf to. Huntlni 4 xi ... H B. Steve V ,., S st" L S a bottle, two bottjes, 6voJMes all your inegrectlicaann- ',," oJl ,,,,.. I>ho....'. "... ft ft1'
Irouer U. II.. stand from the wonder of .. .., .W.. mV.
--cheapj Used Brndix V.PJ ;: *w array quality "4 noul t "
jAtEDr : i Drnbwn. Jensen and Laundry it-cheap See VOIt RE 1oom house for {4. A.t.Z.i NIP Sit. .., : dise we have for you aMhe ST LUCIE BAR. Case "".. tho d iohl ro ,... VA.n''Y .._ .11 &'
i. Skull 11. Mole. millak. '
Arthur DthoJ Dvhon Building a lots--one bfand or aisoled 10% discount--cash bd. .. ... ,\
M. KmuU .
sell. FlaSALE' 4t Sea." Alltlrle kitchen visitors U. Kina Arlhur'i IIY ORtJF.R I.. 't "i ofih r"I.
Stuart f none St tf eircul-' Eee" IL So.lamalloft.....* solution Of Yesterday Pu S deal of ..course We V\t need the money (WHO I ..." .."".. "r ." "rI it,r,,,,. ,
Ii hart ol a never II Htorl. ,...... '
a I.' WrTi Ble,. FOR SALEif utiful I choice thing 10eatpd. 14. Loral .4. B ndU. .. btor 1 Ion DOWN SAID THAT? ?) af thV is just a hobby with us.DON'T 'T milldATT' \
fill Girr Blejrele, I home site44\f n north fork of UO.s&. Vision' alty 15. Wasw 11. t. nets 11/11 F\RST I Er:,l:..h,( : 't"rSim. nI
"Oie.ter. I.I COME 1 look windows
J. W. Be 303 W, led St9AL1 I IAIde I Florlda. in our ,.
% St. Larie ( er and Cotoanutniset 11111 I IJ [i fo4. S 17 18 11 '<1 1/ I. Musiral. com. I !> 1<
theft todaso -
U tolZe11I11I111I11 (we are washing you can see through t Y--
Park Dr.. Estates. I:lee- positions LEGAL i 'ATUsEMEN.'IN .
'. ... them) at the dis fix in mind -
tril-ity. h .1 roadi no cit) I I I 11I11 111I II II I .. A. Knight tempjpig puy* your :' C- -NTYJ It-:S COURT IN AND
Gin fruit, SO terstsmbeA 6.
what most desfe THEA enter our sanctum of .
ta xes, Nlsil 1 ttlll convince E. CES I. you FOR MART iiUNTfLOa'DA.!
yeamrnlsh basket. '0", Lc Hoter Box 1213 1$ 17 L 1. Join Puts en spiritus fermenti, *Jd we'll goV> work on you, selling I I P OBAT" .I .
frB. iiiiiiiiiiiKjftiiiiKhiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiinTRUSSED I 1 \ IN Ht
t nVPom.f
1 pick the ii..art. ., or wit on premls If 20 t Tried you all we can. W just had \Vi\i iams St Son Rubricate ii4TAifs: 1).foods"t to
H 3930URI blue a "
Sr. I m 40llr ( stockings, I' libel lull our cash regittei1,loo. .tAl- 'n JIWILLDUIjll 1 [1 .11 I JL i
it I knee P**, ahklets, etc Stuart r..laa u [::;;: la.f '-Q ii:t 19. ConatanllrIU j / .on f' i
$ The glass off FOR SAL 1365 feet on new Co Drug U t.. : 1"' Orgat TlllOD-* 01 Prediction jfr 19491 There \ill be little changein ...."...d. I '

!in Martin tmoly at the :I ftanu ark Drive north of i I ffi U 21 30 1*..ForbldaIL men's I NOTICE OF Lf*. PETITION FO ,,: .
Kr. (.httiwiMln'
MU St. t4K( MKIIES I its 1900fertmore SLIP (' Draperies etc. 11 M,11," -- I aivt i'

II efe lic. 39ttI rl"ellite depth SS acres I Made / r. SatisfactionPhone 1 [r.1'2 9. I'33 ii 34- Hi.. 8 Hindu Auayl
more V lew Electricity hard : l"U'I S7SW : JI 34. 137 31 II Am rlc queen ntl ad so f won't wish. you a MeVry Christmas in 'Wk"1 ,, i H I, W II"iinhlv' I, :lI
SALE lomes n" 1.0tionf,1
FOR -- h'
8j road 10 city taxes. $100 an after : k days, all day I ISat. Ancient musetykitK this ad Hufjf gurgling- and pleasAuse moderation tnd, 'r fI..1 41-bor". .

n r, I Adams houses,, pat Ho) r Soundjitf hOIIl.. j!I 11111 af"1. f tale Real. 'Louis buy priced Soter Box for I ; 37/4- i'40 42 4J i .44 Ie language..' not only i irfrflmg and stuff, but in thinking also I I i; .1writ'st''ht" z\ '::,',", t 4.It,' I'lo-7mbi.'0 ? ':. .

as. 11113. IU Stuart, fist, or aee on :\ ; Inlaid Linoleum. ... ft.1 : mitart Motionless ty.it: u.bl..: in(-;: : :.) pm. 1 1I

'A VS4 i snpply ;;; -all: "the I Sir 11n. 40/1(8 Insialled four 13.51 home or office SO so ::1 p finesse'-it' 'a Pete, 1 Greek BOD Kinkade I 1111:4Z.V".11.t.: : ;, ': ':-"I.I flush dwkstri.1'-..not!' .
ror |f per squareyard. 141 .
,= ri ( \\.II"u '
rises I il.1oo Flo 'LE-: S0 O feet on 'St. lucie I (0 'n-Ecker on the 43. I III.J'l.) lx'w"u' II IIH1IY. JH.TISfcMENT .
"rpt' *n need. KalBfUmei] s. sa -56 [ 4. MoftOOlf..a ,
? 00'feet New Phone l.s
% facing t Pierce
R tn
r. Dixie 1 i5l Recesses Ia Lb.7i' Cl (Y. K'u F '1141AAtt.
4" be
Mr. IIUlALEi P will deliver if ask us to sure
t tar Company. "59 or 40/tf jM'Wo you .. ., ,,
C anut Park Drlte I 199. her* I r. ,
-- --- s .. if customer ItADV
and address
Beautiful to Ml your name one 0. t. jI '
( feet In depth.
, Ufa bed, reformtor re i for home lubdivlslon rates READ Fiori t s most complete Iw" I- U. Part'of KaochanalluM spefthr0.1nine up bejVe we got the info- nd what predicament i- -- LEI -

electric Juice eaWe dot, ne.*spapetfThe Miami Her 1-1 I mJR been in.
. hoi or trailer tamp tleeicily I .. :: some he have I IN THE M tHE iAF .
eleetrie hea aid, EarQKmorning delivery h- .
( HllkwormM
bard roads, no city .. FLOR)
,lot laws fnrniture.4s 6 0.- / let J. IRile' Box 774 !/P I'i 1 flavliif carlA I Ito, its .Uellh .r 1..Iw AW If

. Slaart n*. I Hies. Between Sunset Estates i.h. : .. ( lUnl top in for your Christmas drink xre In\I have _4 h.. ..k, .6 h..".. .doirises., I,
p o ., ... ... hbmet
J lad Keith PropertiM. $15 a. AGENTS: Pumps. All so egg nog olso. Incidentally with a case of famous 0A"d- ..,., .. .1" un........

I'(All: C.--d:;; IS-ft. rout fool on river Louis Sofrier I site. delivery MOROSE whiskey we are including o largelpunch I J "Ml f Vll ..>U J'119\ wh:',..0uthl n':.4 I,

it Sid 1M1 Erlnrode Si l Box 1202_Stuart. Fla 40le(or I Stuart Co. Phone Roseate Spoonbills Making' 'I 1 I. stand 12 rlas"-a cut glass job-njake a <..r Io do hi. u ,.on h h.n. dul.II.w .
Both in A-l aht see on preml UDON'T '
I motor
10* "
: I --,- I IROnS lOIUld :e egg nog server (Only 3 left), I / r;; I% LAVI.f: her.
Klneald. High Set I t-6-1 te.: I JI-AC r- I I
) ,
I )Ui .ad dd--'
land East Sib St 4 'Glades Park rid h-1.
CQme back in ... : : : her "
"d .
automobile kno." .
ABIV BOVT. :Ie.IL-S-b; ; Ker I See us ,.....- > ,
I SALE: 1M4 j,7jM-ajI. ash chain Ash Insui need under .---- --- --. .- - --. ...,-... Vok w. '- .'
-- -
math motor, -- ----- -

ke at Tim Pltlman Stuart lit I SI much for Florida roseate I Pit i : Iii
seen -- Son. De Vqdg. Phone ; ; )
. A A I
it Cathberf Mill I mil<| OR SALE: t river fbhiDIO&t.\ ., U ipoonbllls, fabulous tropical bird I i W n.1%, ,.V-d) II 1 II ."'D. .... -1-

""tk *f Stuart 4" outboard motor. ---- r in. 'Irl-r- .. .1,1, .1 FI..Id.
like new, for now making an amazing comeback I "_ .
R [ Nony.di.
I' "
- ---- Coconut Row, Stu ALL F.5 IF ROAD I .on'. "w' ,.. ., whose
Earl Green -1 I t'"d' roU.n.
I SALE: Love birds ti pal '.'2pI CO'OTKIfCTlOVDRAGllM in the Everglades National I .. "."d" ..".. ... ... 1

It Ideal Christmas GULIt I rt. ANff BILLDOZER: Park, according to Charles M I & Its. a -41) "f oJ, .,j .t'h'I. 4nknooit. .
: .,, 41 1 I"" 4 I. ". ."d irresW
I I card! will bring a pair, I i SALE: Boat, Uln cvl l ONfr Brookfield. Tropical Florida representative I Ii
i .
. boom River Bend C- 16 ft. built 1941Vt IIEAVJS)11JtAG DONE C. H ['ARftlk .. ISO kn4t".d
. i Inboard ] of the National Audubon Irk w.. .11u. Florida) end
... Box 191 Slaart. Phr e Pierce Boat Co. Clutch LOT ARt>> SUBDIVISION I _..I .1. : ,d 11 j" "'.,,10."_. asse
Society who was ft guest
.!I J .pi 1 >ke offer Charlie Oneill.. CIEARO.GHUUNGLAY AA Al 4". 'Altrll rthn ;', 't:.:,,,I. '. loto"kIq
of Mr. and Mrs f. C. Baker at
i PetlIC'-- \art Auto Camp _4sli 0.VO : >OCK, SAND, ,h."h ".d" .r nuttiest INIi

IL1221 HEN Santa Luiea on the North Fork : I:' ", d. ::: tdh.. .
.I ; | 14 n outboard'; V"i #Ii h:::": ,. ,",
pop nenlbjir :: .
<4. Make a ."womlmit ful II II< brand new; aim 10 h.pM FLECTRItA c.. Monday I Ii .! :: *.hlh' :t..N: X: ':bod.Wr.t: In t'

Bird authorities, he said tried ,
( ehil.lrWmaa. for IS m p TIMOLN. GRF.
brand new
or Mm ,
< ury, W B. W., JENSEN I .. Jl I, ,or.b, molo..d ,' '0. _.
Gentle, pl I| ful.I WI emonstr.te. Can lie seen BEAC9 P, It for yean to discover why a small ,. 'b. ,II '" [""..,,1,1., .....not

oil I I wen marked. Bobf Ink I' at %n.. Apt Call at 106o"SI. original! flock" of spoonbills and I a 'i H in t '-1.t .;'f",lit;aNi, .n
1 St. Lucia 1Ia... 0 110 tad (resrent 41/lp Hllllllllllll OWERED much larger nocks ol visiting Ii suit I- I
SERVICE spoonbills from down In the ,Ii t .....[r :EY:2t: :: \: r-Ii::
ii .
UlE Ce.'h I a. ItI I FoR S E. fibln-Boat;; f .t. tropics were not perpetuating T urt. -. and

..I1 I bel basket. / it or I 'Hi 1 n, 45 hp universal Ma illumining.1 iMiiiniiiiiiiiiiii; themselves. Irk #! } :;:'i. ..r.t: As.. Iby I= ',,
-.Ply. tree ripened net% rlne nor, like new Electric DO YOU fcAVT MfWETT? Money The small native flock, he said itippett' ftI'.",,,trI,, or attar""too I.S InW.14 -

- tefralt etc Order] ken \r lIi1 It,A p

1 If under
> Bryant Ave, 811trs or cemorl Priced for quick Write 151 Solari. 40/20 birds outnumbering the females, a. It's ideal time ..Id "th. .h.,) ,h.,..,: to 1110) .I'I.

"" Grave.. India own. ... P ne 3" .r 301. Stuart and apparently being so Inbred a .". tho 0 k y"u, d"'n d..... If stly.t. .
Rii i SANDfeiG and finIs I IR "m.hl, -t the II.
, I h. Hill W'
4 /Jp :News,.' Nov.IstfVolt '/ I!> that many of the eggs were Infertile ,.
to ,
'- -- lahln at; granteed ; -.r ,t. :.,, I forrin
Of some 50 spoonbills, ". "'1M prayest .\\
if ( ftbeam. Donaldson ,,lr" ...,. ,, ,
outside I. Ontotitle
Folit with 1.
SALE ** ft boat ; set Bill
please C,11tII only some it nests were teach ......,....
s all It '
Ae. I wish 1 '-In .1.,11"' .to I il\\
111141 and lug IUM Ill practically new 22 I, year and very few young t you tons" ,n 111-to, ,..ot. lrlwridss. dw ,
in 4.1gallo Hot*.Col. engine' heavy flocksof told...' .. '"U".. ,
lavad hp Wlscom were raised The visiting i .
yoif J.IKE] home- All I Ati26.. T." I' ansitis.It
Worth and Ik enarai and "shaft DO
clutch tn II Co-ty drive Out several houndred birds refus- .. 41. .". '" .
''bsft $2.119 to 32 i per talk and Goodrill cutlets bearing cookeOieair ed to nest In Florida at all. flyIng "'I' fellt 4stations: of .
Country life. the W "..W.I., will tkots sosoeft.
Subs _mber Co and dectwith to the Mart tlwgs t in 5
Sound Two steerIM wheels ffid tty back to whatever tropic land thegoo i d ."Z.Y'' ::
let ; ,
W" u5L Apr.Otl ropartalsont on- Club Ftlyn : Mexico, Th. ceort i b 4.rel4hirrstatill
lacked from. possibly
came .
W"N serve d ">..' a am they te th. pov.pop. I. wbkh 'n "r4w
der Three Ivel scats Nicaragua or Veneauela .sell, intllitthm ."'. a for tow
-. J nere In oat, will ingly W* Prir*' 3 -ko
"K. U2HJM If I yrs. oldroom back Gettinc rer best oil" I "We noticed that the roseate K'pf W 11 \\8' toy bond .n4 'lebl mll

I house MJM& fronUJhdlan take f579L 1115 ,too Co or J.A., Brooks. MODE hpholsteryI t RY op. lltN Led-. spoonbills when were nesting extremely:; season nervous arrived -- t tI "';' "d'l'111.1tilt, M 6: >t;.. "1 ':.0. thus

River located be ever I ford s J. .R FOMI>Hor,
III. Oceanarena Free es- November the Audu- Cirf Court of
end of South Sth I Fort Pier In ) pf I fc k of 'M l "
; t Saterno fnd Gome Park. Ie en Brarh. time Pbone Foi' Pierce SlDrop bon representative stated. ".5w.eT.yII 'LAND do.

4--H. P. lompavn, 8a- 40lpTRAILEI a "They become easll/ frightened .C..... I
1141, VIA. Oct, 21 it Air card k inaran Oct ZS/tf and flew from their nests at the Don .. IS. IS4.. Ian'. 49

.It Tot; .. our elf-pro )I. slightest alarm. I r:. (LEGAL ADVE TisEMifT

{** me Own, BavaI SALE VAGA ND Seetho' WANTED Florida hunting season start Were\leighted) to IN C NTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND .:

I* bud piuAng. Come In Volt IMS ,, time tiler t. FE |LE HELP In November. Each year during fO MARTIN CO1NT.ORID'. ,
' uuMtnion. Also hart .\. S.lIIan, imuiiiiiiiiiiJuiii nun the "nesting season' there was III R IN 1.

"her to renf by the heat 01C 1. wheel brakes.vJoo dealer OcealJen accept, ExperlenoSd waltres. constant shotgun lire In the low j t:8T: 9; or CAUCUS MNOTICrTO fI A.
bonded 38/tl WA ? Rest er Everglades bays M duck and I this I
C* Clean a that vaeant lot eo. it references- tJcea extend horasy CREDIT
Stake yo* plao look bet- itt; rederaltay. coot hunter blasted awl)'. The '\0'I AND I R96NGAV4
J. cm r.AINflTTHK
aimed'at CLAIMS
SALi1STAN-DAi: StuA of *-not :
r Motor C*. Volt .g Ffctf noise gun I UTATBCNI -" th on them but Interrupting the peaceof : M FURS DkCIAhf
'AMgUtl ERSALEft- ? w\ma f.Y" ,.. ..... aotil -
,114' And ark of
forge periods-
U. S. N.. I. Fort Piej.! WAN Dr, White their honeymoon all oukfriends.Vfllrath fl.d ."': --, any .1.1.0.ad
I It the spoonbills I greeting to : : :::1.-: .
*Ui |bi Terrier Pups. KOZT COACH-S1I. &I houseworm.lstaye was extinguishing F" or alUwt Laimlnit -

illys. Banana, cabbage I 1 DOME Trailers, withstanding be .ut- isee Apply DeaL 'Several I effort to slop all I .a- TMWUM!to.low MUU 0( th of.tAnlln CkwiiWLrtln

*"J ,a J t Ifmato planU, feature*, rrr d.- PC ewlnd. Restturibt, Fort hunting In the park were unsuccessful of M nee 1 '. State clJIorUa, to Hc...>'.|.l.
KMlalrt a.wbe I. 'Tr > 4tlePfasant. but finally two year ago ,Art h Cl-Ots. CONtAlt -dff-of.M- "
varieties. 34t
Best and _t-.p phase : : : the
livery FI 0. or i if .,I. .y, FlsHd.. .0 his
no tnis, 'eo*>t, data Slat*. Compete: Duality, Iriquipmollit shooting 'wu topped The first : Coo r Co... fl." of .,...... Irl"i"
aotal iahna. W* deliver and ervk*. 40 ow tZ EARN INONZY" year there were 80 roseate spoonbill : .it. h <11whil let -4or sm-as troom .

I1U 11I1111111111I1111I friendly, PlArt'lientiling nest*-not only from the 1M 1m V011-tistin. '.. of Aid. NotiReele writing... '
rlaaLfR, t Enden, ....' W -4-9 he Ia
11111I11I11I11I111111I1111I11 ,
a' Highway, Fort NOTICES I work for National Coa "original flock" but ,also from Plumbing Co.LARRY !i not ,_ JThV plaoi W mUM ."* .--

mft 41lpI I' 11I1111I111I11I1111I111I11I III, Company, Highest type the visiting birds This year I see '-or tko. s.yjr'.fir.sitt' I .
/ see
11I1111111111I111111I time'Iron eatell. Write P0501 there are more than 100. The "' .old "W"I's t. 17Dessionts.4
I HIGHWAY MIDNIGHT Is .a, Closing Myers, Fla. dospI spoonbill granted Peace and s D 'a this 1'- day.
something A, )J 3048.
kG t U. B. No. 1 hwy. by can always fell a'Rico" In, quiet II I on the war back. "

Peep, South of Staart, to .attIH MIDNIGHT:NOT. 2StI I usitwIV213 Does of YO41111oc"T present In Brookfield opinion, the LILLIAN A. 11._IIrlVa.... .r thr=.. OfC.linst

also Bomad Ybut buid- .taonDL come fail short I the family noise of shooting wa probably AND FAMILY I II. Farsoli doesno"ZYANX
-- ,it& donan VOLLRATH CRARY.
original 0
i. Special price US per N-0T-1CliW.i: are alway. filpeajW Add biscomilliff AIR what contributed to the A> Atturn" let CnMUISStMrl
>k tor bockM. Broken "a' income by decline of the bird "alnce they FtoriAl
MIDNIGHT fair loot rellneentsti"' start ,tOught by tc W."g DM it II IS. M4S w4. thus 4. 14*
lit.J. timmlimm"
.SLAIN "Dleneo. Y.a..1Ueo'l ago list Rastals.Nov. that. asor.Avon Writo.It.0. sox 3423.0/3p FL the were plume never hunters aerlously 1 EtffCC& &CC':C'<
I III. Olympia BU laid anae" 951.1. ktyrn, *>

may I ifZj ......

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\I SIX FROM COUNTY- Member of'his staff chosen K.. A. Wenninger, Jr Judge were Wednesday, at I:IS )I.m. at :111111111111111111111 1I\11I1J\ I [,1111111111I111111I1"111I11,
.i I, NAMED TO OFFICIAL from close ,personal friend and Veteran Utility Executive Judge A. O. Kanner, and the Chlsbolm's before possible reversion "BECKER'S"
'c 'STAFF OF WARREN political supporters, will hold the Rev C A. Carries to Ute noon hour at an- I,
honorary. rank of Lieutenant- Stuart's After It was announced that Replacement for King ,on the
:David M: Marshall Harry F Colonel In the state Militia. Informing Viewing AttributesHerbert ChUholm' no longer can accommodate board. of director will 'be an I 3 Mile North of Stuart on U. S. I
bier and Norris Cosa&boom at i his staff Warren emphasized the club at noon during nounced by the nominatingcommittee FROZEN
Stuart Myrl Williams of Indian- that because> of the expense ,the winter season tusk It wa beaded by Law, next DELICIOUS CUSTARDS
town. Joe Pllchford of Jensen I' X. "Cy" Young veteran A native of Bristol Me, he voted to meet for the next two week,U was said. | Hot Doc .: Hamburgers Sandwiches
Involved, no official uniforms public utility executive and wa graduated II an electrical
Beach and Toley Cngebretsen of I Drink Colic.Milk
win be worn, but Instead, I for S3 year a pioneer In the de- engineer from the Masscbusetu -- Cold v Shakes
Salerno wen named from Martin each member> will be furnish velopment of the electrical Industries Institute of Technology and did :(l< Count: to the official staff of with an arm band designating i In the upper Northwest special development work for :: On :Your Way To JensA Beach
Covernor-elect Fuller! Warren to that Milan officer on the Governor lain Stuart for more than a casual the American Telephone and .
Closed i U A. M. 'Till I
,\ eyeinga;J Open ielaibt
1f ; serve during his four-yea tenure \ '* ttaff This insignia will look around He's Telegraph Co. He next Joined
of office, official State func the town on the recommendation the Coast and Geodetic Survey
it was announcedhere be worn at all iriiiiiuiiiiiiiiii ''iiiiiUiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiHiiiiniiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH ,,,
this morning, tlona.IJ of Cap'n M L Flagg an old l and was transferred to Manila All Day Christmas ......
---- -- -- acquaintance, as a winter Joba: where he wa appointed chief .1'
lion for himself and a group of electrician of the city
l, I bill Minneapolis friends Th. Philippine government So Our Help Can Enjoy the Hfliday !r'
Recently retired Young long I employed him. to make studies r
IJ tenure of service wa acknowledged and recommendations' on rate,
Merry last month by what was ordinances and street railway A & HRRY'S I
Imr : probably one of the largest testimonial /- systems Then followed similar '
;, banquet ever given In service for various cities In the
j'' Christmas the Twin Cities- Some 300 men Orient. Returning to the United ttCtt(!( 4 Ifi
ants within the electrical Industries, State, he became sale managerfor it
} I the Governor of the State and the Toronto hydroelectric j1 >> ,
and the Mayor of Minneapolis were system Finally he managed -
on ,hand to pay tribute to ,his power sales for the Minneapolis R
c success a* a leader in the public General Electric Co, and later
I Ij. utility field'Everything, became vice president in charge i I
ty.j.f Best Wishes : Cap'n Flagg: told of sale for the Northern State LT
1 me about Stuart last summer power Company, the 12th largest
3J 4 appears to be true, so far I've public .utility in the United I :
been here only five day I've States t .
I r A ifappy hew Year been coming to Florida for 20 An enthusiastic golfer and i I
CIiANDLI 'S SERVICE S ATION year but to the Miami area horseman, Young ha been a .s ,
You have most everything that Rotarian for U year formerly
III 1 11r and. Mrs. Ralph P Chandler retired people can demand for he flew his own plane north and I Carol
diversified Idleness except a south for hi* winter Harkejto gay,
Ii'Y I beach at the front door," com Temporarily, he Is \ hbllda'I'j Joyous i' I
mented Young the St. Lucie Hotel. Ia t hristmoato Jay to Aon Oristmai Day!
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r rlh 'I. ij B IN'U; S 1 CAR A five-man-team:; captained by 5 A, '.. ,!,., Yo'a i o Air Our Frwnds

H. M. out
Saunders edged a And Customs
t tit similar: team headed by Senator I
MISHAP SUNDAY !Evan: f nary In a political. quU B'B'e

> program directed by T 1,7. sv, N. oMER
.Kennedy' the noon meeting f
4 4t 4y B
s Dick K.. 3t, and George Frank ,
I', of Rotary at Chlsholms
and Staff
4 i, McAllister, 51, brother from Included on Saunders'team A. P. ST
i .' Westfleld, N Y., were Injured, _
.... I{ the latter seriously, when their were 'M. 0, {Jttman,1 Ei ii
r new Willy Jeep,was knocked: off County: Judge A. R. Clonls, Er- Cr mer's Market
GREE 0GSij U.8. 1 from behind a* they at- win F. Johnwlck and
tempted a left turn off the high Law, Jr. The losers
S i'j way at Carl Bar, about 12 mile posed of Grover King, JOhn'M'j Bert I. .Peck. M.. and Staff i
south of Stuart at 11:IS p.m .
il Sunday MacDonald,Ernest F: : .: <<
of Ihi Searnt iCn All Our S:,SIG'ir4iifr "i t:.Oli'1; d.oIJe1sIi1i1. 1i/I'lol' ......
Dick suffered severe shock: .. .._._- _..._.._-- --,,- -..-... --- --
.,Ii 55 Pair n nd Frhnd/Bi i Martin County (f fI and and his a broken brother suffered right shoulder skull, Va t<< f t tCt" (!(' t( tTCt<.<. t( tCJtC" !('

STUART O CAMP fracture broken left wrist and! '
d I numerous cuts and bruise They
A s 1:11111': w. n. Baker were taken by ambulance to ,'.

I k'i! t'tII".Q'C:' ..'''.','tjO'," '''.'.'j''' l.,........1. ( 'r"-'PC'!.. "' f""tC"" : 'I day Martin where morning Dick County was and Hospital released George Tues-from wa I'c.'J..1": GDO I? NE W s r LT

.' r: : :' 'r."'+ i :awfag"a .. A w1u'tiaw'rc'sFz' physician Talmadge reported recovering Wilson I II slowly attending Dr.

i, )' The mishap occurred a* t
"f McAllisters: were southbound Inf I .Bt "II For

f J i front b1 Harvey of a Lee IMS Baron Buick, 11 operated I I iJj}

,; fork City who was
by two unidentified youth The
t1" j Investigating highway patrol- Last
man reported that because> of i Minute Shopper
the rain at the time Baron said
i May t ere'' be Iapp1 ess he failed to see' the Jeep until ,
too late as attempted! to turn .
Into the bar driveway, where
t ti up with eve both vehicles were stopped after p Christmas Tree Christmas Tree
the collision. The patrolman ; .
said the trio were on their way .
ift on Your tree Lights; : Stands 90c
to enter the University of Miami ; $1,75,
and none were hurt No charge 1. For Papa '" 'I' ., <, '", ,.,,\ For Mama.
were" lodged against either operator I /
A ifS 9 the patrolman said : '
}' vr According to the officer, the K I, : Pyrex Colored fowl' SetRtf
M McAllliteri had arrived here at Hunting Vests '$.1.15 F6r The FamilyKELVINATDR '
o'clock Sunday night from ,2,95j
I ft Westfield with the Intention of j AI "ye... fI.....' C. .......' ,
$ i ia opening a roofing business In Shoulder bags $225 / )
Stuart. After parking their trailer ; '4
at the Rainbow Court between> l Fruit, Juicers 35c to' 1150
i Stuart and Salerno they had
a proceeded to Hobe Bound to visit Guns ..;Coffee Maker (Cory)
RB YOUNBuilder friends and subsequently headedfor ,
i "
X ;
$5.35 to $27.50
I II the highway bar the patrol- ?
;1 w his friends : ,1 .
man aid. Baron and Ammunition Refrigerators Stores '
resumed their trip to Miami \ iCoffee Makers (Suet)
,' .
i and Contractor Tuesday morning Damage to ,', ,' :
I. w but the> Buick the Jeep wa wa estimated believed at 1350 beyond Aee lI8Orle. ,.::,i'':: i- t Water faeaters I limns Freezers }'.,,w Coffee.Makeia., : (Nlcro)
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I (:1 "' :; "repair :;, "'1; 1 ,: '
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; tC !( ( tC !: tt( << ( ( ( ( ( tett( :: ( ( ( ( ( ( tI 'Seat Cushions;' 10 ? RING" ITEMS YOU SELECT >" AutomsUc. Toasters
rt 1\ f .," '. B OMETERS COMPASS .' :10
I tJ f $$1693 to $21 60

) At ; Yacht Chairs,' ., .. ,I ; 13 MILE RAUGHTS MANY OTHER. ,ITEMS. ", ':;"'<..l' ,+. '.." "J"a "" Mixers
,, pp )Monarch
j :I I : ', RED AG 'S SCOOTERS: '' .

vi I J'Y J'Yi TOMMY'NEW 4 StaDle1.Too WHEEL .=TRICYCLES ... '; ;ate: q.
n E a [ .h ROWS 'ti'; : ( :

r. 'fC rht... ,._....i"i ', ,", COMPJ.ETf! FISHING. fy\rr .: r ,'c" $1,75:: ';; : Size
bJ'eat Cookertw-AII
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A / Ri '', r' SKATES ,(Winchester) v ... v ,ti; $3.10. ',: ;4 I 'Warmt
r na
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i I' SandehATFS t" ( ) J i .
/ .:'" '10. .0' to $1.91
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1--/: \ B ''' '' ''!,n', '". 'L? POCKET' KNIVES w 1 .X'. -. ,.. !:r$1.00up; ,\... I;Fr
Fishing Teckiq :
II t.' e MUSICEVERVNIGHT ': r. ,:c' : r ,, \tniMe.St'{ ''7.M td >'))27.br
"" ', r '<\j.1s. ; ', -
I .1' I Hunting Knives :;t "; ,t', r. ...7.l.t... ,,;.2 \.: 'W J.hlnt Machlnetl.W
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I :: .;. ': ,' ,!. :, ."" .'',4 .

p Famous I(You HaWNot Rec.eivt4.Your:' 1949 Ca car'IIAsk' For"It"B1SH .

and. Olson i iI FOR FUMT T See Us For the. Correct, Outf\For! ,Any Type of Fishipg)
h Elver An Iteal Christmas Gift Complete Outfit $K5[ to $250.00 '

Actor an o. I

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Danci 9 P M, 'TI ESS HARDWAREWhere 1 "

_ Thenest of Mixed prinks "I
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... Chratmas Package' 'Goods I r ". I 4 a AMt Quality" and, .rW Service .Excell

O i. tJ.) ,1j, Mile'South, Martin County Un. o w o g. I g L and uNA
Phones 38 216 Box H w.xPoleo

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ERNEST LYONS TELLS door. a special Florida edition,

een -pro Football League TIGER AWARDS Tigers Wallop Fort Pierce OF FLORIDA OUTDOORS I 1* devoted entirely to hunting /I

and fishing In this State .
xpiKfe' to 10 Clubs for 49 Tallahassee Florida', flahnt 'special:' scheduled to hit newsstands
GIVEN TO 30 \ and hunting ha hit the national -
65-33 Take Yuletide Layoff publicity Jackpot thisyear this week, la full including of art

alUJt11, the Miami Xfaraudcntr of a trophy for the champion and the State Dame and Ides by Florida writer
Hialeah .'NeI"t* bfBclally ap- 83 cents was wKl.TK.1d. \ front( eacfi 16. Receive Football Letters -- ---_. ------. ---- fresh Water Fish Commission, Rube William Allyn W. Weeks.and other Ernest. tyoo$;

oral into membership In the by the treasurer to "hold open tin At Annual Kiwanis Martin County: ; High SJxiolsMklctMl piovecl a biipcleMi mnUh,! for the well and bucketed six. of eight i Three II..Uon1l..port.aman'\ s .Sport"* Afield, the country*

IJI fVtJa Seml-Fro at league! bank account .here. Banquet forced are tutrklu a two vj-teiun Tigers who mapped{ out lliaiily shunts publication, with a combined moot widely circulated outdoor

,peering\ of director* and other Initial action at the session was Sixteen member of Martin i wetU! t Christmas vacation today of Uitlr untliuiurnging shnwing The Tiger put the game; beyondR.tu.1 reading audience of more than magazine, will also\ feature Flor,;
a aE the 2 ft, County High Schools football 'nd Coacb Joe McCoy Is out of k. their feat h difuy Wines Fort Pierce wo shut 10000000, have featured Tlor Ida* outdoor resources in their
rested partfe CornnmnM awarding ot tine gold M >tmg his diildnims pod smiling over the'uktide start ): Ida'i two great outdoor (port* irt\ l"ClbruU'Mue with a (lory"by
" Center to, Fort Floret lest trophy to the West Palm Bcocri\I team for 1948 were awarded present his rnxip cave him '. nnpkmiliin: piulily in smiAhrr tit 1841'1 in the third {pc-kxl and winter edition Dave Newell plus many'page* of ,

lUsdsy night. Juts a* champions of 194H who school letter tor their effort in the form of a lopsided vuloryover big the EIIgl<.s B543 Lamar !Howard Time rCHt-rvM' finbhed as .the The January !sa eIf Out pictures.'a ;
The action dwelled to 10 the were represented by Director RussLeslie I and 14 player were awarded Fort Pierce here Friday night sunk 10pimits In the first I I Fables scored more .in the Lint -.':::-=::-.-::::;;; ;;:;;:..-:: t,
numerals at the annual Kiwania
,IIUII ibt nnw In the loop. and .t of Riviera Beach. It was Club banquet for the team at With 1-1 nre-Clirbtmas record ruuilcr and 21 for the tight hrIMtad stanza than. in all three tin-ceding: laaivl 41(t( w tt.C In t( ,.r a.tyy.r:wb; 1mm

fait five other team are seriously decided that the winning team : the Woman Club Dee 9. The the Tigers will resume drills Jini ) the tout that. cum<,>iliJd eyes In the preliminary the bugle t
oadJerihg making application, It each itason should pay for having awards were announced by Coach i and initiate their Indian flivirxmfcruice :it the li glw.t cnnrt (core*, hi g7 ',
die _kill, ill named the nand IIf the woistIcfiHt Bl bri Is tit 6-6 lulftimc knot to -I
C Golden
._ understood at cligraved on trophy John ploy in Titusvllle Ian. 1'1 ijivr history one i '
These jncrud* Fort Myers. sod and the first outfit to win it thru Later Eddie Dunn, line coach 7. The following! week they II tiff ( ever lull,,,"'" Fort Pk'reebuy Kin 20-13. :Y '
tara) Orlando, Titusville should male It a permanent rnnCamidirahk at the University of Miami for III.me fix two IRC contoxtflh Stuurt Bill tenth played sit Tlie vanity, hangs I

Qrlny Beatb, Tt servo who _kill. nine seasons and head coach St Lucre County ,outfitFISHING m+itanding! HcNir I game ,,'I ,alll("'uI FORT'Pltnu; .<3 r ,Alr '
during World War IT spoke on .. .. e
Infchod. the loop'( first ream thisear ) dlteimsliHi! arose re his team and said any boy can -- - -I rdat.dd. t ...... ...7i''i ;. ( Jil.I tile CroliCUM1 .
I .... ..
Fart Peeve, Featinevbale garbing officiating during the M.' r .1. a ,
were Stuart yeararil' go to college to further himself slite I 1
W. Palm Beech' it .'vas decided 1 that use! ol/ \It he ha* the will\ to do so Dunn :.xln... <. t t'N..k :
.ijummce, Lake Worth' sal Yore any nfficids henceforth tyhu+ are also scored college officiating ai 'i : t '- ". 4 I : : tt@ 1
kid taut registered with I the, tcign being on the decline' and said I Willi.' z--::. ., :,' ., .: tis trist'iiI 1 It'
he opposed use of the "plalooh"Iystem '
slKnild be tam-tHHied < .
mo- only '
Mowing acceptance ipnnnnitud ( .. ,
so widely evident in college IN THE FAMOUS ... /I : t. .I trte I
tele- between the l. .,.,. .
.ion to waive any personal agreement ranks this past season, Following ,' >> '8 '
rim!' bills the individual) director two given competing teams. It his remark hU audienceof St. Lueie Region ; ITUART "*> bring yt>'4 g ;
incurred the utl ordered that r* : t >r ins ,'
have during part was any prulestson. about 63 was shown a movieof :
run my Treasure ,E. A. Mrnninger, games or purtiCuUir announced rib team 'would must he filed and pockmarked.1 Miami this fall /
Jr. Included ; I i"iiMrH.rt.? I er ,... I II
letter-winner ERNEST
lI e .,.,(unded $87 of iti forfeit de. within five day of the-date ol i The ., ,r .11 qt ;
Mi al 1100. Nearly $85 wont tho g'ime In question and that the i Bruce Beattjr: Lamar Howard, The Central can have turtle i ifMS or and UH' iislilnwt man I ivrrVIHW .n., s '.,:" (. .tCa \
lor I league exprnae and .pufthae National. t Fedcrutitm of l Higt, I John fallen Oadd, Ed ,Hall Alonto, Richard Smith Brook, h wants for Christmas dinner. He ludav he to n minister fur I UewVnHWK t. < i. a 1.,1 S l lue.'ale I BOZ E'S BA BER SHOP
-- .- Y. Btir.fill of e "
-- -- --- - Walter Pedersen B, Woodham is !Brig-Con Ctuukf <'!',< ol. tine largcstcnri l '|>ntgtlmM\|. in 1t.1 "J 1 4
i> Herbert Tucker Herbert Kraft, he U. $. Army Air Force, lS..r- Less Angcks. a In.,._. iir'.t ,..... i.
> ,I WllllaM Leach, Vernon Flowersi f..lk. Va? who dropped by Stuart \ a'..F'VI t 1 1_i s, U si ".loihyy'and "Ed"
!i Paul Mlspel. Haywood Wall and ] 15 with Mrs. lUnfitl and nrn n.h, ,C..KII "."-.4.. rid M.. Mri I 9
.d 9 -
Did this stint out to U II fullingliimu' 1I''l'od' thr .i.rl<' l'
j Bowden, The numeral I ... a. II....... 't.earh'a ,
I Donald their Margaret! M., a lit I Hull' MilKIl Wl1l1.
daughter Pardon me, .. rlon. l gk h hbE
passed to Jfte.I. H. .rt wb hC.
!i (1 1 Bowie awards, Sterling were Bright, Beach lieutenant in the WAF on their I. ,. __ _._._. __ __.1.1tC e"inr aww e' {ArP i g :
!! 'Brooks, Gail Fowler, Bill Hard- 2-1-[ft. Cruiser Iunufta.Coming C ),(t('.( t,( tC'-tC' t :

r. 1Ir I I wick, Bill Penhale Gordon Stanley tip.tlw St. Lt mete River \\1 i ,
i! Kermit and Kemp Tucker, I the General spied what looked likea I
1 Ernest Rowe, Donald "
Robert Titus, fat tram in a brown bathing"
I t! Houck, Clifford Levens andI very
ff' 'Vt suit asleep afliwt aninspa'- ,
t* t I Rudolph Krueger. tirm revealed a giant \loggerhead! : i

1 i tm tie which was sleeping on the I
1i I !SchonN ink (book would be In'\surface of the river The Ccimrul '

J( tunnyIor all future games, got a Wthook Ho and M.II'i i
? Tlie kagues board of directors 'iret M. proceeded to hang on I
J tt ill meet again in Fort Fierce on ; turtle ,
i 11 one very eiiergHK< once I IIt .
J 19. Directors attending : :
May 1 wakened-and by main strengthand I .
J i 1 hurl days session<< intkidcd C. D U. S. Army determination' n .. : 'I" WISHESAs
i I I Adorns of VJuimmee" A. C. Mac i they hauU-d it aboard the' tonita \It : i:] #\
I ConwU of Vero Beach, W, F.i. turned' Its salad" said ,
\Ve it on dal't
,JMukahy|I I rf Fort Laudcrdale, the Ciiieral "Thai the way rye i TAVERN you (1 ate Ihe Christmas 1I.ida)1.e !

Are we' in the d owe! We ho not, because wave' j S J Ttwnuis mid Tom Core C Smith of I Fort of Pierce Lake,Worth Leslie i iS *cn them brmight down the at Key I a FRIENDLY fl went .u la aret'l|il our
\ w and In Panama By
West Indo
havm"t j '
our euilo s ree Jwt director C II. TiltouI "K4" Coyle d'N sincere tinny it Creelin
just been so bu y try to serve mil Stuart I became very (fond of turtle clown 'Ed' and ., 1 4
been able to get ariuI to see everybody. e Just want to t! I" I Ilolw Sound tumble to bo prew In Panama h it Ingot to catch C t('.( '" t( : : .:: r rtWt think .
and 1.' nr I f a.hip and J'ltrung'
com out s. o you.UT them 'fyr! your
6f ', t( f.t.P.t.( tt( t.::
t j IRC MIDCET LES The! News got O>n! TVtttion : ( ( (
CHRISTMAS MEETING fiw-r Earl flit:"" on the wire. Earl RT SHOP
SET AT Opined that uiiks. the turtle hid IDEAL S ,

: LUCIE 'BA 1 I Requirements for Indian River lave| n crawling -on tit! \btuih to Jav i' 11. Kindred
'. I" I Conference midget football slime eggs the Ouvral WHikl *.. MERRY CHRIS S Charles 1

r*BOB"''KINKAD. .j f\ teams were fixed at the Dec 11 it1' with a clear conncienre ,h '
meeting of coaches and principal So a couple of hundred pisnnueiii

i'<< -- --, <-
for' the loinla, 'i crew I ,
pun Here* our Christ!as*entioient*
General' Banfill Is a mighty' luke H
In Ill)!
He entered the Army
guy word oft l
Mich-an add
st. a private and worked l Ills way o hr *
the hard way He* thinkingol !;
up retiring one of these days, and r f ippredation for I-c'

wilt of ;Ides: tin idea nf SMtHHilike 19'' (

\ this win re trestles gu to sheep i all pll' "

And Ui you sneak up on Hum I .vort'
"Tlwyre ininh more active down a'f

With more grotitude then we know how to in Pun,lino," lio SUH|l.

express, we wy to yoM< our friends e Should ynu lie.! In the mood togo uf LUOIE GRILL i i dLLJU1if
fishing Cliristmas week end, we
are informed that there air pk'nty I $ 1EE

1,1 finish mackerel outskle-and. 'JtiSTY"fir. 1ty E
that the saiUishmg/ conluMirs. s t"jnprove I M

r'r r 1 ) i irr J1Ji !( ( ::::
< the {:
f ) Small liinion ale taking fly I : I Ij
J1 011' the North;' folk aQnI Burl .

.ai t I J'rmtt'a Cnmi>. Bill AUIiolt from H

down at Sakruo says that the I II
i took anti tint toad lulling i to thenst j
ofV friendly ossoc oni and wish I 1 it has been" in yean. A ::1

W eciote your I I j ji T1 :1l
that the Oh, hick to he r."eOlI.I wa
It of tr* taw hoppin i IKsaid j
I t I.. S Stuart some 18 years ago
there tnteresting I
"and was a very
utmot seoson mbring' I little wafood restaiimnt" .
and fish bouw at the south I
i I the Wider. Plenty rf pt'lit.am. I / I
Hue fund I miss the place"Sd { 115 ,
do we all That was Pop! / serf
that we
Merrill fish market awl restaurant It is withloll sincerity

I and 11'op has gone wither the i
return but the fk-sh!
Spirit may witl
this fhrlstmo* remembrance
never 2 you
I. 4oo well rrrmmU-r tlut| I
ii huppy era in Stuart exMincc. 9 the KoJ that the Ovlstmoj Seoso I ,

That was about the time when Ed / .
Dnane J and myself were rowing. '

I down' toSt r Unie Inlet daily fit will belull of happiness, rich lr th .
catch fuh to sell to Memll Fish r
We wt'IUrdle.ve Stuart at '
House and the 7 mile ki // ofthe of those oboe 'i
i % or 4 a.tn.' row b J Joys friendship I'J
to the Inlet, catch from 100 to .
C: and .nook u rtST
IOO! pound of trout
Sod row back We weft. too broke rulings to you, one and oil 1 ,I
a to buy an outboard l "motor 111 r a you
never forget the wonderful day r
we made a sail mat of some old
potato sacks' and the wind took us ]
General) I
homo So If the Brigadier-
remember with nostalgia tU Bah I II. '

I* ate, all t haw to say U they 9hristn
had better be good. hard ,a* I 1/Henu .
I worked to catch them

TIme brltfg Nine queer
change )Doow wa a lawse paiut. / TACKLE
\ mutt be lea than IS year of lie \ an

'" best Sept J and mut "elhat' EARL tlAQL '
and Staff game Ume nol more than
selected aj situ Agent
JM, Cocoa ,.
for the 1..0 eonference i
ball tourney with Melbourne M tctct
second choice Should'
!(t.t( not I lie ready at that Mm
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Ill,I1'PAGE I1'a' tit! l1e tuart e\u\ WAITING FOR SANTA CLAUS I iiiiiiiiiiiHHniiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiniMii LETTERS I aunuulmmuunuuununuuuutuuxxainelmtuhuuuimutnuunulnnn Horticulttmtty t Speaking

I iiiMiimnmnmiiiiMimiiiiiiMiimiiiii I ) 1111I1111111 I Il1IIIIIIItiilllll, itanIBnnllllll Illlnlillnllltll l its lltnttt ntmt8l ilil taro

published every Thursday at; Editor Stuart News, A NEW SPINACH
a Stuart. Martin! County Florida, ...... FORT
by Stuart Dally Newt Inc i Dear Sir:
r ; .. a
Florida corporation. I.. wont te congratulate you on J J. J.
Entered at second-class\ mall your fine editorial. "Planning All'larlllltbusgangt'ticu., LInn, Is prolific and highly nutritious mat
matter at the post office at Board" In recent campaign for cal spinach, has recently been Introduced' into Florida; and )prehuman
"I.I Stuart. Florida under the Acts Commissioner my that was one experiments on a small field near the University Miami Indicate. Arm,
CUD of March S, 1879 City this tropical vegetable b entirely' at nome In Its new environment\ ,
AT V A FREE PRESS sew of the planks te my-platform Your rood, sulk the plants can be cut as vegetable within SO days. silo,
J w
" y past editorials m recreation ceo sowing,

' I spanPalm AO ''I| I' i t; and me :...*,1Mb l Mqa, ::- Ilea d.S.N"wts. MS.. t rlyn 'h 1 tee, playgrounds, yacht ,basin, This tropical Spinach under the name of Amanrithus Ringeilcm

I A FREE PEOPLEs rrr> : eMIa.: la {'Mwrt....Airll IS proves that you ore for a progrraeive Linn is described by Burklll his"Dkttonary/ of the Economic tnducuof
WlthttacUM' 1K ..hUa aM TO. th.flww atwrt... _..11"'"......Nil wH Stuart In the -primaryelection f .the Malay fenlnrulo and by Haricots In his new book OS yeeetulile!(
t't 11..._ .. 1111 Th 8'.." lull., Mmu cultivation in HeynO! In *'TM, fiulfianti' oj) the Nrthettandtt / !
Honkong ,
i isib' '' ", r.iiM 001..... a. itis .lu _k, Just; held 1 was the on!)
t ', : I Ir ditliw forn.rlr. _.... u UH- Ww" and Ochse in "WgetaMet/ of the Dutch East fnr/iet haw
I i 4I > ,r rk5ab ruowa Do__. candidate with S platform whichtfcliiuVd ''
\ described the same plant under the name of Amaranthiis tri-color,
'>. '- "" 'I,\11' I '!I MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I iD at the.above, Out of TIlt! cultiyated forms of Amaranlhiis gangeticus, Linn, Ore il <:3u:

: I \ I'll. Aa.vi..d" P... b. 5,051.4< .........ar'' 1. ". ... ,.. _._11...... ., .U Ile a field of sic t, was low man, nese origin. From China they-spread all over the tropic*. The! tropical
b lonl I MWI eNt.4. \to tkltID .."'_'. y ..11 M .u A' MN .1&........ Seem to me that/ Stuart. needs rpi inoch Is. now grown as a table 'vegetable throughout" a large hart dChula

WIN A MKNNINCKRBltNMT .,y,,, .......... ..... .... ...... .d .Ttl7Ybw but doesnt want to become M..r..ywla. Indonesia. InoVQiina and the Philippine Wand

'!'' ;t i CDWIN A.* UENN1NCIR.LYONS ......._JR.: _;.. -.. ....=[t.. .. = .....j jI ...... .,,,,CiV 5411., giwslve Your guess is as good pro- i There are many varieties with colored or green leaves of different sties
', 'J3' J\ ) i' WILLIAM H. MITCHELL .... ....: : 5. ., 01 mine .Red.leaved plants, usually eaten when very young seldom come on III<'
: 'r re t t JOHN---V -MKNNINOIll-- ,. ... ._.,....... ,?,,. Rulw. Ymaw ."Charles. A. ChristopW market V

I : SUBSCRIPTION RATES Small quantities of need are already'available for Florida grower

I e luau, On y.., .......... ......II.M "t ." 1'...<._._.I Ift; THE ONE WHO who will give the plant a fair chance as a vegetable Horticulturistwill ,
11I .. .. CAN HURT YOU find that the li1AI of the leave often Varies with the habitat and
\ .. ... .. k.. .....U..tIoL T_. wa..w.el.aW II. .Ut
a wtwt an, .. -' with the quality and componition" of the soil The seeds are minute but
I r Warden !Lswes of Slug Sing was may be collected without. difficulty They should be sown In I: \ famous for his advice to those leave about 8 inches:" apart. Seedlings of from 8 to b in. in !bright are

that penitentiary To a man wit cominefcial: nutpQics..
<<. II j 1948 I II who win going out into the world It is advisable to keep (IIIC plant separate from Amaranthiis spinows -

I t tIII: MEMBER again, be would lilY."YOI'U need Liim-usually called thorny* Anuranf, which grows wild all over
i 'LY peace of mind out there so keep' Florida.' Thorny Amarant is S weed .native to tropical! America which"

sway from your enemies end from i has sgread all over the tropics.: Of this species( Burkdl says "Jl; wild
I ,, ---,--'----- -- those. yoii can* trust If you were I to become the commonest amorant In any thickly nonulated tntpical! i l

: IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS framed forget It. Bitterness won't country, by seleciktn, animals eating It .less iliac.. the tUmlest spwie<
j bring bad the years you spent'I and that is why ft Is the must abundant Species in India! and why il Is

III IIIIi'J' .:,hlu"'H :Nirtc;. Here 1 Is the editorial clastic written i ht 1897 tiPnuictt > 1 here, but it will spoil 'the years',, growing Increasingly, abundant hi the Peninsula
1 ahead and break down i
f. liiircb; wl (lie Sew York Sun, in slower, to K letter from 8. your j *"**
!\ future trouble.
Virginia )
!( "Remember, the greatest harm :
your enemies till do Is to Instill 'I Each year hundred of persons are killed by accidents,
k you
\ \irglnia. there n a Santa dlaus. He 'dills l M certainly as fear, hatred and, rage In your j during the Chri tman.-New"" Years holiday .celebration

low uixj genrntsitt( "and devotion exists, and you know that, thus hrort<< and muddle your brain with Most of these death and Injuries are in traffic ml ha,..

abound and give to your hie ill 'highest beautv o.ltlloy. Alai! How v fury so you will try to hurt tliem II The National Safety 'Council has found that the traffic

I'- dram wrmM IK tlw) woild if there were no Sinta Claus! It would beat I In trying to harm them you will )i death toll
Ii dieirv is ,il I there were no Mrginlas. I Ii harm yourself doubly-first with thrill dally average-the most dangerous single period of the
the misery of bitterness, and
i ,\nl Mini in Santa Clan! low migttt' an Wt'1.It/ Mint/ in I 1 l.y.the penalty you 11 have to pay year.
CARBy RIDIN' HERD I drink before
HOW TO BUY A Refuse to take that holiday you ;get t
'fait ITS'! The must real thing in the. world: are then thugs that DON PERRY If you succeed.: No man was ever! j behind the wheelDon't ,

f: m'irtifr t'lIiIJ'nWI' man can net Nobody/ con concern or imagine(:/ (Slu>rt. 'itl*, N.. V, Enterprise) A Tough Christmas hide broken, or by by treachery unfairness-only, by Ingrati by i try to pass thai car on a curve.
ail tlif utmilrn/ thru tool, iHurealilv the/
in world
: are unwe "The market fur autos being the, bitterness that they sowed In I Slow down\ when you see that pedestrian step heel-

i \au tear. apart tie bubv rattle and see what make the nonetoskf what It is these days, you almost By CArN FLACG Ids heart* tantly from the curb. It b an ironic fact that the most
f 1 / \ .. hut there it a veil coveting; the unseen! world lik.h not the butt J to present a birth certificateand (Guest Reporter) Yes, realization: / that there Is only joyous eason of the year Is the one most likely to bring

strongest man or even the united strength of all the strongest men a character reference' from the )tit HAVE TO DESTROY you*'' pony," said the'' "horse doctor. tine p<'I"'lIho can hurt us is \'Itall' traffic tragedy The reason are simple, but too often

th it ever lived could tear wpart.\ Only faith. fancy, poetry: love. 'tanlalxr family pastor before you are all "U,,'. broken an 'ankle bone You mean, "*hoot my pair* *..'es, if lie to every one of us. no matter what overlooked
mil ixikh. aside (hut curtain and ""'wand the : : our age occupation, or station in I and other festivities of the ,
picture supernal | owed on the showroom floor, New lives hell be lame and not safe to ride,* i Family ,gatherings yearend -
l IK eourty, oaf glory bevfind. It it all real Ah. \ all this life Doctor lawyer, penitentiary
I irginla world! cars are! so valuable that the dealershave dinntmai I'd corral ; holiday season bring about the peak travel of the
f It was morning .Danny's early warden all the
r llwrr<< is not, lUll vine"" reul arid! gone msnster-they say
abiduigo '
!g! :
them arrive in the dark of the there is more
( I winter, and when more cars are on move,
with carrots which lie loved.. They were )holiday presents for as cute : same thing: eore',1y one! person
\' SonIa Clan" TiranA/ (:xl he /lives, and he hires former A night, and as for used 1 cars who can hurt )'OCR- change of an .c ldent.
a little unM.sixed horse as ever shagged a evil, or fom trotted S,bridle. you-
ihouMad years from now, nay ten Hmet ten tluxuand/ from they are! worth more than new SELF! -I The food fellowship of the season stimulates more
oat. lie. ulroritiiiur/// to make glad 'I lie<< heart. (.1/ chlljltaod yean. cars: and! are kept m burglurpronf path; And there he lay stretched flat, perspiring and In pain. -VMlUam F Trencn in Your Lift,1 drinking, and too often the celebrants clink gt.Mea'wlthdeath.
r vaults where the IttClKantl'nr! He would not touch, the carrots Close by was : '
A "hite, cotton gloves, nugicul gowns Danny gal friend a Shepherd dog Who! .
So get out that Christmas list ..again
old gauze masks. Any cttJLJt'11'h rubbed notes with her,pardner' She \too knew something
f Elsewhere in today' New ,Is the 1949 program tif It set carefree,'with his happy let I was wrong and growled undertones. (The Christian Science Monitor) more rift-the life you'may give if you drive prduently

,I I Work for Martin County Chamber of Commerce. : tilce that he is considering trading 2 Never a Christmas has pasted. since pannybroke In the NOT 2 election Americans and safely.
It is a definite, aftrrentue and positive! program de- rare. has a great little experience In ;{ Jill ankle, that I'we I not thought of as \tough happily escaped the evils [
Hervinir store for him. fie will learn, first ,a decision as I've- ever had. to make To hoot my OUR NATIVE LAND
your nupport (flowing from two serious defectsin
The Chamber that there Is a vast" deference! between pony or give him a shams to get well| Even method I How many South FloridIans' says "This la my own,
their of
objectives, boiled down to their electinga
'e.sense buying car and selling. though lame and limueful, he'd enjoy one of life's present : my native land T" .
are totIEncourage I car, Whc.'nall auto is privately Cap'n wag mo.t precious privileges to live.It !. president But these mimes were' Were you torn here? Is there in your heart deep

hospitAlity'and trade promotion. : owned it I is a heap of junk, held was a sad Christmas for three of us (lie pony the dog much too close for comfort.. Far. allegiance to the sand and palmettoes, the black muck,
2.-Develop industries, creating year round payrolls together only by fence wire and and m vie'If. My M grundpaw a David Harm lens trader, with a lot from ,being any Cause, for comtlacency the .swamps and sloughs, t"C7" real heads and cabbage

I'I 3--Promote bridges: to the ocean and development of ; ieaveny! providence! Butmt| the of h"rJeIt'fl&e, helped<< me male the decision. ."Vt'dl move Danny to [ : they should spur) renewed : palm hammocks of South Florida T
the ocean beaches : tame model I ill a used-car Hit and the cow (lama. Ill use! an old fashioned remedy He might get well efforts fur reform I Away from It, would you feel nostalgia for the 'STing .
For several hours ,electionnight .
4-Develop tourist trade and promote todrfat enter- It immediately INrumesve-'shark ,yer never can telL on trastnesa of the saw grass, the mangrove .w.mps1l'heff
the American
tainment. ad.f (the auto manufacturing industry RIll people thought the trees crouch on crooked roots at the water's edge Do

-Encourage: : agricultural, ranching and poultry en- t 'Id1.. only clliimdi 1 POULTICES OF )HOT COW manure were applied \to my pony a' flat the have House choose of Representativeswould you love her .rivers and aecretplaces-the sight ,of mullet
"i ttrprines I tied i hubcaps tn he fif for the Shah ankle tl.illv Granddad! nursed the ,little horse like a neW.born baby to a president jumping on a bay?

I Advance education! faolitiet pi Persia, Fanny. his corral male, bossed the job. After the 1IWt'11J1l1twent down Only when Ohio'' and, CUhforoilfinally' I Can you stoop down, pick up a handful of her earth-
''I j If you arc selling' your car, the and bandiget' ( came off ,she licked his anile' lovingly/: like It 'was a swung Into the' Truman l whether it be white sand, marl or mudC and says; "Out
and publicize Martin County In every routine gas" mething, like this: fresh ham bone." Then came the day Danny stand up' on all four column could the .President count I of this I came and to it I will return I am a South Flor1dianT !-
way possible T.k. t rah! tkl'I8YS! the dealer. 'A k,gs.' Lame. of Capone but my pony was alive His appetite picked up,' the 268 votes required for a majority ,
These are sound objectives To accomplish them 1037 mult\ ); slat was their hodyear. lie ute carrots with a zest, his coat was g ..y. Would I ride him again } in the Electoral College. Ali' Ninety per cent of the citizens of.South Florida today
the Chamber needs your membership. Give-and give Nt cds, a new coal I of paint I Me fooled" the hone doctor Maybe Danny would fool me and switch of e few thousand votes, -annot They came from Iowa or New York Georgia or

101'8811knowing/ \ that jou are investing in the growth of t''set n1!} Muffler ..is all shot UpMfitcTv I stretch a kg on trails we both loved .f had him fired and later rode would have set dp a deadlock l Alabama-and 44 more' States They are for theimoit

heurea which gives us all our livings. Each of us will worn threadiiare Brakes him many miles for many yea..... Always a little stiff when he left theivrral where-with. each, > state having one part, transplanted citizens the product of a vast wave of
I prc&jjar as Martin County grows are& bid Tail pipe has a hole in hed return as limber as sound horse, vote-Intrigue and deals would immigration 'which has doubled. trebled and quadrupledthe

Jn releasing the 1949 program of Work, Roy S. States It. tenders arc dented High He had one bad habit however before hs broke his arikk). He have been at premium and the population of South Fk jlda In the past,three decades.
'I vicc-fireside&t of the Chamber and chairman of the, mileage Did you drive I It in here was what horsemen! call a Ixxigerman* lie Imagined that behind Dixiecrals might have dictated tIle But their children will be "real South Floridians"Again

; i sptlial! : .committee, said : e or were! you towed )I'll give yon Imuih 'piles, logs stumps !and! fences I there, were boogers waiting to choice. percentages> between 76 and 80 per cent of
1 I May I be privileged< to supplement .it with a short MOO) as she stands, and ficlieveme : hurt him. (fed cock his'eurs, .blow hard through his \taostrils, stop The second danger the nation the youngsters in local schools: were born here. This I Is
t exptesuion for the vigorous and ambitions I I'm doing a favor taking it ell sUtI.cnIYI'lpin! ;' and try to head for home like chuln lightning. I figgered Squeaked ,past was dust of bavin!;!.. their land, primarily and essentially theirs. Whenever in
progressive of
; I it'.' hew official I hour) Iamb, : lie had some sort of a complex : if hunt have complete There a candidate, capture the largesl all their lives they hear the song "Home, Sweet Home. It
J'' body' also) the powerful new Board of "So, what\ happens?: The; dealer I wasn't a mean streak jn my polyt! But he'd scare the life out of a popular vote but run second in will remind them of South Florida.
I j Directors) behind it, and their enthusiasm for a 100 perCent gives the jalopy' a quick polish job, ktrange rider 1 knew his trk-ki, rode him, ,,tm the alert and' had no electoyl 1 votes and so less, the They are the inheritors of this land.
accomplishment in one year- puts in s couple of 50-cent floormuts trouble election A shift of half of one They will develop its thousands upon thousands of
(t r j "In practically every community in this great countryof arid advertises It in the Sunday I Rill per cent in the vote in Ohio, Illinois raw acres They are the generation to whom Florida will

ours there is an intense! desire to make that particular paper to wit: 'FOR SALE I FANNY THE SHEPHERD DOG followed slang( on trails after and California would have really belong '

community the outstanding one In the area, the state, and'WVliave Snappv 1937 sport model like l Danny strident to assure him that. everything was,allright, At least given Governor Dewey the Electoral Heretofore there has been but a handful of them -
l, the ountr1. sew Original owner Will elderly Ihuts what I thought. because his 'bugennsn'complex! entirely disamicaretl College but left him below the children of the "early settlers. They were practically -
'tchool teacher whojiked to Wall Mr, Truman in popular Votes. This over-run by the waves of new residents from other
h He
; f endeavored to embrace the techniques of possibilities was as gentle as Mary's,little lamb. I often wonderedif
Excellent finish, god tins A l his and sort of thing has actually happened States There were never sufficient of them to compare
in bifildm our New Program of Work that haveherytafore stop start jitters! were not promoted by fear of an accident
I 'J'IU'klinwltulY! fur with three times In American history with the 'N.tlve Sons" California., But in the next 25
been used Chambers !\ a man Alto I wondered how much curative value there might have 'been inthe
successfully by
many young kU'U. Only $89down, ankle }lickings by and regardless of the Candidates years they will be one of the predominant f.etol'lln South
J Commerce We have suggested methods of using work balance in low monthly payments: And so Christmas Fanny. to decision or parties Involved fr is not Florida--those cores of thousands who will teal the' close
my present to
programs to stimulate greater effectiveness and accomplishment "New.!> cars are, ,a little border I let him live and get well!!, proved' a three my way cowpony payoff{,my A present ,for a healthy businessBoth identity which only cornea from birth.
In'o I ) -a balanced program for a balanced County An U) come l by, unless )you 1 buy themn Danny, the dog Fanny and this old! cowpoke who was then s kid. of these,dangers can be While Florida of today still looks to the outside for.
), l eta)', friendly generously kind Martin County a usedosr'let 1 at rwk., their Life is a precious thing .. even to s horse almost completely removed by her capital and development ideas, the Florida of tomorrow
'Others may choose different words to express their original value But suppose you RIll abolishing the Electoral College may find that both capital and Weas wW! be furnished
tarrwrtit -feeling'for real success But it all adds up to the tire stickler for property and MY PONY The compromise plan fur this, re to a much greater extent by her native citizens. The van
je r lam thing. We are truly on the pinnacle for the "Re- ntatn have a NEW new car You king )More LIVED her to a(rlend"ripe:old There ago The be dog. )His nurse, wentw4" taking the electoral Vote but.mak ranch holdings of her backeountry when fully developed.
boy heaven
must (fur *
11 I duteavery of Martin County." rail tip tlie dealer and! say. IliUo. i like that I like to think pals 'ing it proportionate to the popular are going to create a new crop of ....Ithrl.ndcnvnertl. Th
so. At any rate I buried them both 'neoth will
i i8
? Bill In.vltabl..ine.l.nd baa been and always
Joe sent me Cat fewII"'USdJd vote each would always
a state,
)Jn save lot
"In asking! with humility for everyone's small support the shade of an old oak bee A country stone cutter chiseled on a be the real
dollars and source of wealth.
want the
small their .
/ Itrllfrr\\" way, the Officers and Directors promise a daring carVhfltclitt got?" .a new granite boulder that still*stands. ."SWEETHEARTS Danny weight In presidential states present elections extra and South Florida ls going into a future ".here'th. native

.. and successful) -all-out hard work contribution for city This Is known as the Intimate s horse", Fanny a dog preserve the constitutional balance "South Floridian," whose parents came here from all over

town and countywide development-a convincing dem- Approach and is Just as useless as' And that's a Oiristmas IH never forget The Lodge-t ossen resolution for the nation will play a dominant role.;
onrftratlon of civic minded business men at work," any. The dealer" will tell you that (M yen MERRY CHRISTMAS). a constitutional amendment embodying He will build not just for profit and not for retirement

ht has no cars on hand and that __ _" Cap'si Flag, this reform, should bard but because this I I. his home in every meaning
MY DAILY PRAYERTo li has been allotted only 69 new by Congress. the word.< He will develop this area not just to make a
to cars for 1948, which be doubtsif lot kept below the boiling pant: unit that also makes ke cubes and quick profit but with the pride of making his'own land a

I be ever conscious of my Unity witl'God, to. listen to His I I( he will get because of the coal far six months. Comes that glad I mf, cocktails, super.balloon low- Quick Inventory better pl.ce.8E1" .

Voice and hear no other call. stoke, the steel strike, the auto some day, when. ,the dealer calls pressure white side-wall trill. deluxe A young oollegt graduate was
iTo separate all error from, my thought of man and see him workers strike and the strike of and says "She's beret And brine! plairtlo seat covers for front entering the retail business coo-,, R COMMUNICATKMiS ,
\ only a* my Father's image r to show Him reverenceand men In a plant si Ipsiwaws, Idaho, e check with you for 12.595' All i and rear seats wtth. extra kick pods ducted for to years 'ly his father.i Martin County 'sheriffs office. la, now equippedwltnan ) '
> share with Him my holiest treasures where they make flanged nuts for of which means that you ,haw anew and lipstick pockets, removable! Father," he ailed, when are FM radio receiving and sending '''unit at the:'fotirt'

'To ll kWp my mental home a 'sacred place-golden with, eke Inside brevoort of( the) franzipuns. car. and as you soon discover, barbecue pit with extension handle we going ,to take' Inventory and house by which It keeps (in touch with the ears of deputieswherever Florid
with love white with He will however, pat your s few other things too. frankfurter toaster, !learn bow much we have sunder they are in the county-as well as with
raUtudt-redolent puritrele -
name on the Waiting list and you During that six-months walling "You sell your hornet mortgageyoitf "Son laid the' father, "measure State Highway patrol and West Palm Beach police
n ed from the flesh To send .thought into the City
con expect delivery of a 11750 nrrlnd. you find that ((1)) the (price mothft/aw: / and buy the that bolt of calico tin the top abetslid The News wonders U it would be possible for the
world that will not bless and cheer, or purify or heal. four-door sedan In about six lias. Increased twice: ((2)) e few accessories ear And! thai, kiddles, .tj why figure what ft's worth. Thats of Stuart to make an arrangement by which city petrelcars 1
'T ) have no aim but .to make earth a fairer, holier place, months."Lea. have been added such asa MOthars-ht-krw are becemlagscarce what I started with. AD the rest could be tied in with this system. City fire trucks

and to raise each day into a higher tense of life and >* us dream awhile and KMube radio with FM and teleVinon I while the highways Dare el this place .b profrt'-Tfc* ,SpiffKwy and the Stuart Water Company emergency truck might l .

.lore, suppose that your blond I pressure a complete slr-oonditlonlng'_, crawling with cars,14 >,' Bsmpmo, CUJMMMU. .,I!'\Utietl .in. .also with(! the raxtto tetephoae ''eotnnIll ,", ;'
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BI(<< .e' );J"'I',, ''__'''' J 8T1iART. IIURTINCOUNTf, FLORIDA, TJmIIID4t.DF.C. J$,-1948.o ,
-'--"""' ,,"' ."' ''' FACE CUVCY :ij j .

Jj Jj j j J III I i I SALERNO P-TA ,

q j,It :( MEETING HELD I ,

i _
r1 .
I A large Attendance turned out i '
NrrlT t". : for the Salerno P-TA meeting I i A
; i f1ItAFF1t REGOIl1l a t the school on Dec 14. The i
d business Included\ motion to I i Jti

I' r wcitsoal rwbsaatlalatl I purchase a screen projector' i f'TO
film and *Ude to be used tn
Best WIS&EI: FOR A CuMttotii HOUBA I class room teaching The mem i.

T E RECORD bership committee reported that OUR G0i FRIENDS AND Cf STOMERS

SHOP : I the Nov. 30 goal of 139 member H
had been reached and credited .q
Mlr. iaIn.c[ C. Campbtllnk4j;, at the State office The- com i iI VICTORY HOTEL. )

:.( : '. mittee 'U working on ,a .IS-per _
( ( ( !( S cent I Increase now i -=14 + 1

Mn Shelby McCulley reported F' I,, and ,Mr's. nbt. Gratfe. Ifs t
the 1st and 2nd grades won j tI
the religious Christmas picture I
; .... d .for ..the i highest Sunday School
\ attendance in November
An *t al lRb tlt
\ Interesting .report on the p'iyt a "
'. : .s eY State convention: 'It; West Palm
; :'.'Mwt." s' "yre + Mr a x.K, Beach was given by Mrs. Ralph i { ,
Merritt and Mrs. Hobson Reddish -
i, I A lVtVW. nw."unM whot! pl"" lies J'llfIteto remind motorists of the hazards of Mrs. Carlo Mario Mrs ,,
I traffic
jftJ'"lt! busy" 5t,1t'd, this Wagoner, Mrs. George Ausborrt
striking safely
: .._. ---. and Mrs Hobson Reddish were t ..41S'
-------- appointed delegates to the Couni i
: ing. relighting, re-roofing and ty Council meeting In Jensen
Installation of heating plants Florida House Beach Jan 17 at t p.m
If $11,700,000 was spent for 'A gift of $5 was presented Mrs t
j ARE BIG new construction, that would W. L:.Merrill appreciation for I ti j d"iii
Speaker Has presenting the Bible story hour i
I mean only about 1.000 classrooms at every Friday morning assembly AA"'ji
The architects figure by' A note of thanks was lent di t

| OVER FLORIDA the time and you put recreation In. offices rooms, assembly Sound Tax KenPerry to the Andy ham Talmas dinner for and his a help note on ofthanks I tl !' v '

to Mrs Edward Mapp for
I and laboratories, a school will
I Tallahassee:Dec.22API: ( ) run at least $12,000 a classroom Christmas tangerInes for the I
E. Murray, children Mrs Roy Sampley ,
II, Florida Is Frostproof an-
fining school
I ,faster. than up it Is At U pupils a room, It attorney will bring to the nounced the children were getting ,
J I them building would take 1.280 rooms to I Speakershlp of the next Florida a box of Christmas gifts to I
fl, I About; $18000000 worth of accommodate the Increased House of Representatives a be sent to children overseas I j OREE I eSr'
2 6 t, : construction during the enrollment of the last twoyears. sound knowledge of and an outStanding through the Red Cross She. i
past two
record In State finance announced the children would 11 i
AT i I yars hasn't been
I I enough to provide and taxation. present a Christmas program '
\I pupils: room that lot the 32044 .new James L. ,Graham, finance officer It was his stand, based on last Friday at 1 1:30: p.m. afterwhich
were to the for the: State Departmentof they were dismissed for j
!! growing enrollment In the facts provided by Florida Taxpayers' i
same Education, said the
countle.j I Christmas vacation
: i
this expreifcion of ; Association I research,
Actjpt our \I period-let along catch the
up have borrowed $12292,518 by Issuing I The 1st and 2nd grades won
cp/coolion your t i : lack from years of Inadequate school construction bondsin which was largely responsible for I the fish bowl for the highest
M fr ness end building i I. the last Legislatures record of
two but bond financingplans I HI
8 I years I parent room count
!I State Department of Education lately; have had rough !i jno new taxes Although under An Interesting educational
ronoge In the past Our mosV cordial r I i architect* estimate only i tremendous measure House- leader -
sledding j
program was presented by Mrs I
about 85: per cent ol the lit.000,- Palm Beach, St. Murray laslsted that no new
I HlUsborough
eetings ,and best wishes fo\ taxes were necessary and the Andrew Plttman, County Council
yourppiness. : 000
spent by the counties for
was ,
Lucle and Gulf Counties have
j president. She spoke on religion i
i I new school construction. The i i $29 000 000 unencumbered balance irt .,rw tYI !
held elections to ratify school
and its place in the community p
I In the State
II j construction bonds this year him TreasuQ'I A motion picture "The
4:j (Nearly a year ago an official They were approved only in Gulf !|| proves In an address eminently at the rIght.annual I Night Before Christmas:". was J
$ County The others were defeated ,
shown by Ralph Merrill Special I
1 state survey of Martin Count meeting of the Florida Taxpayers' -
: because a majority of the I
j guitar music was furnishedby
> schools led 'to recommendation Association, Speaker Mur-
voters failed to participate in Miss Marie Brodrick and
for spending $424.000 declared that
on new ray genuine econ-
building and Improvement the election. I omy and efficiency In government Miss Elaine Algazlnnl of Hobe I
Graham said the new law consolidating -
here but no steps have been county school districts could come only from a I I Sound: COLEMAN'S FIRESTOYei
Mrs Roy Sampley a book
taken toward this objective ,
except complete knowledge of the facts.
into effective! last Jan I,
UART one review on "How To Stay Alive
JEWELERS an unsuccessful attempt by and he called for
\ failure 1 a more accurate I
the School Board to secure some had a lot to do with. of method of estimating an- as Long as We Live" by Bonaro J;
city-owned park property. However the bond elections.People ticipated State revenues.He I Overstreet The program closed !J i
Sam and Joe it was understood this attempt .- who were willing to urged businessmen to submit I with a Christmas\ carol
may be retried') vote .(or district bonds. to specific suggestions to the
Florida certified 739731 acresunder
t t. build schools near their I!Joint Senate-House committee
homes have shown little /interest to study whether or not additional I its tree farm program
test was for rehovattlon, repair during 1947 The State led the
.. .._ _. In out to revenues needed, and
going are
s now t t !
vote for or against school he added: "If, alter every effortto I nation!in that phase of forestry.t ae"a ., ci' w w aw'w: iw ( _

.C<< '( : : ( '..: : tt( !( tC. t( t:. construction in the other economize has been made, 11should I w la c l
he said. be found that T
end ol the county new revenue
,, Is necessary, I plead that
v., School people estimate somewhere everyone approach the problemIn I
near $200,000,000 worth of spirit of willingness to pay
I ( I "fir new, schools are needed in Florida his fait share, and not in the HiKaI'
spirit of the mart who toys the I
only fair I tax I ever saw was! one
on the othet I fellow
Sarasota Dec
In discussing\ the proposed
: ::- ',( badly needs a statute prescribIng Constitutional! amendment
a maximum speed law- which" would have added to road- I
hat s the unanimous opinion of building funds the $&000,000 of
)\American Automobile Association gasoline tax now going for
f motor club managers, who schools Murray pointed out thatIf I
held Their quarterly Statewide this had been done, it would
I meeting in Sarasota last week I 1 certainly have been necessary ,
end. A resolution was approved to replace such revenue in the i
urging the next Legislature to general fund. I
pass a law establishing legally a I
op'driving speed, on all Florida Forest fire control began In !
I public highways, of 80 miles an I Florida as a State function In

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nearls, and with\ the appreciation of the did h' e,' ,,i ur friend of this area a < ,, and

khtdneaees you h \t bestowed upon u*,, wa ChristmY t? w- ,i F gout sincere thanVf for, all you have

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extend ihi'i; Chri8tni essege to you. 1 s
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'. Everglades fcot ask for *eed.It .- acre ('80 square wilts) olraWA
t'I ( tC ( ( << (tCfj
Everglades Called America's Oldest Yet Newest land suitable lor
t Is strictly a Glades variety ot farming JM:
corn 000 of..which: 1* partly drained.

i Gke&dulC Frontier Has proximately
+ilr Intriguing Past, High ProductivityBy I in Palm\ Beach cent County.will 80 Beach> per County cent of which Is In Palm
Of this acreage per
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--- --- -- be In Glades vegetables, and 21 The production of aiaaeaJbeti

P. PAUL DeMOTAHfprlotixl process 30000 pounds of potatoes bring this to 15,000 acres during Olade* sugar can. cattle ha taken many Interest
I ( from LJtcwry'\ Florida) i an hour, giving a capacityof H48 For replanting they use I 5''urtherte5 per cent of all cultivation Ing and productive turns during
AGE,f t ilf 24 carloads a day for each In Palm Beach County I Ie recent years. Just prior to the
l tlxl is 'Only one Everglades, in few entire' wall; a writer' machine In other mechanized field.run. seed employing no selection I' In the Everglade It I II Interesting -, 1947 hurricane and flood 'then
.LW # i wnllv treated! the Everglades!. i< I ill "A mer/cat/ Oldest Frontier plant a carload of celery i* .whatever sine this system to note that of the county were approximately 15000
TV'. I IH.I l Nc*vrt" Twt'l1t.flve'ftJ1) after Culumbiis discovered re-I' washed graded and pre-cooled produces a better grade of population of 114,000 approximately of beef cattle.being nlseftlJlSe!
1 '" r ti In 1492. had visited the coasts of Florida Yet 30 minute I 13 per cent' live in the Everglade The herds have
'J To Friends Patrols Spaniards 400 !.1.I every corn This corn, milled, dried been rapidly brought
''Dur and I ditionn) veHit ,transpired before white men occupied the I Electric transmission and dis- and mixed with molasses, sells Everglade. tha. grazing land dried back as
pant i, ij I Everglades has been vari I; --- -- -- tribution'lines traverse the entire for approximately $70 a ton as The extent of the tillable Mil this writing March, 1948 and at
; I ou&fJ named and described by producing: area One hun- against comparable feeds shipped of the Everglade, may be appreciated there
atm more than 8,000
Vlthu KENTS ICE CRIiAM explorer and writers; River of I' tomatoes, brocoll. onions, beets I dred and sixty-nine miles of //.nat.90 a ton. This processed from the fact that It In the Everglades grazing
rutabagas, o k r a, cucumbers, distribution 700000 acres of n
I Or as* Wilderness of Grass electric 'pole line corn Is used as a finishing encompasses IS predicted
ft that
actll ; 1 I Waters", "The Oreat Liquid chicory chlhUU, collards, dandelions cover the Glades. Dependable feed for cattle Dr. Balr requests muck land with the muck 3 feet I freely theCfIIIllIU'id
Heart, of Florida, "Not exactly j kale electric power Is available from that people outside the to I feet deep, There are 5000001 ( On rage! Thirled) _
rers/ ()' ? i iwl : !('(; rtCt( tC land not exactly ,water, "The The U. 8 Department of Ag the Interconnected system of ----
Saw Grass Plains "The Sugar riculture saw fit In 1943 to give Florida Power and Light Company MMMVIS&CWOQCXKtC CM
Bowl 'ot America'. and "The their coveted "A" Award to Palm ,
I i Vegetable Kingdom", It has j Beach, County, as the top county During 1947, railroad shipments .
been aulhorttlvely said of Its sou In American 'vegetable pro- Into and out of the Glades, A MERRY
that It la "more te-tlle; than the I auction. for that year The award totalled 37,598 carload: Three '
: "Valley of the Nile of "Lowlands was given for raising a 23 million telephone exchanges serve the K !
a4 of Holland", I dollar vegetable crop from Everglades Southern Bell Is
Lake Okeechobee, which, next 104000 acres and amounted to spending $350000 to link the
0 to Like Michigan Is the largest I> 13329 car loads of produce. Everglades with an undergroundcable CHRISTMAS
Joke holly\ within (.he United) I While this production was. In to West Palm Beach:, eUm-
States! la In. the Everglades This Palm Beach County, the Glades I mating the existing overhead
lake has an area of 730 square produced 85 per cent of the crop. I lines. And A
miles-roughly 500,000 acres of The Glades produce 16 per cent' And now.we have "BIg Joe"
wl water,;. It has a shore line of 135 i of the national acreage of snap 'Big Joe" Is a semi-hard field ; *
mile*and a mean diameter of 31 beans and ship 13000 to IS,000 I corn' developed by Dr. Roy A.
miles. Its a very shallow lake I'' cars -vegetables In a normal I Balr, agronomist of the Bute's
1] P ? running. from 11 to 17 ft. In'I' year. I Ii Everglades Experiment Station
I depth In the southeast portionof i It's hard to"believe, In the face It was especially developed to 1 y yy
tit the lake, there: are three i I of these figures,that In 1929: only grow on'the muck lands of the ( t i
Islands 1 : Kreamer, Torrjr and j f 2,104'cars of produce were shipped Everglades, It will not successfully 11
Rltta The islands have a combined from the" Glades Thor fer: the : grow on the sand lands of ii
area of approximately country where one bushel of Florida or lit corn states such as S
"fillTTze ':3000 acres, and are in cultivation bean seed planted In the rich Indiana or Iowa. With proper ,
each season In the area muck will produce 320 bushelsof fertilization this corn will pro- ,
south of the north rim of Lake beans In sir weeks, It.Is not I duce 50 to 113 bushels per acre r
Okeechobee, there are some unusual to harvest three crops Two crops a year can be grown.
YFIKe 2.501000 acres of Everglades of beans a season trom the Same It can be planted March 1 and .y
z land. One competent authority land. During a recent neuon harvested July t, approximately
,r Aft:rlbed this land.. "the largest one farmer grew and shipped I'i}
body of highly productive organic 200 solid cars of radishes. It is a 'plant on
soils In the world"It common error to regard the about January 15;-14S to 150 0 .
Is amazing to learn that as EvergladeS as "the bean country days later. The Everglader Is I
late as 00 years ago the Ever- ". This misconception., no the oniy place 11the United
glades was the least known part doubt, springs from the fact that State where two crops of corn
of the United States The word for several) year the predominant can be successfully grown'' the
"Everglades" appeared on no crop was map beans. Seventy : same year. ,The characteristics.
rep map until the Turner Map of per cent of the 2,104 car of'Big Joe" are unusual sine It hs B i good tiijie\ ,.wi *"gtSfJ
1823. The word Everglades hipped In 1929 were' beans Diversification can planted In rows as close .
was then spread acroas Its surface ha ,taken hold to!1 I a* 2' Inches as against the think, to pledge ounelves"'better '
to designate, "the great the extent that tthe 1945-46 crop I normal spacing of 40 Inches It
liquid heart of Florida', Appar- was split up as follows; 27 percent has 'hybrid vigor. but Is not a 1 to serving you..
k ently it took: the Battle of Okee- beans;. 25 per cent celery; true hybrid Further It Is. not : :. We tam
} chobee In' 1837, during the Semi- 13 per cent potatoes; 15 per centleafy : a sweet com appreciate past
Ci44 role mars to call Americas attention vegetables and 21 per cent Six years ago the varieties of and hope to
to the tact that the other miscellaneous product I corn used In the Everglades pro-
Everglades existed Florida attained -; During the past few years duced approximately 35 bushels good wIIL
Statehood in 1845 and mechanization of the vegetable I I per acre and, a great deal of It
first State Administration con- business in the glades ha been rotted on the '(talk before It
sidered the reclamation of the 1 rapid and unique. It started' could be harvested The protein kav
Everglades, though nothing was with bean grading belts and ex- I content of corn grown In Indi-
accomplished for many years panded to Include machine grading ana and Iowa 1 II said to rate at '
a 5//e| / Shop Many famous men have been and the precoollng of celery, 7 to 8 per cent "Big Joe", In the M. (Oil) UNCOCK |
associated with the exploration, lettuce and other leafy vegeta- Glades, has a protein content of .
promotion and development of: bles, in 1946 Glades potatoes!- 11 to 12 per cent. This corn
the Everglades. History records went "high hat"; Huge machines heeds plenty of nitrogen!. And ,
AND STAR.w iltstxxxtneeiot'sxexxx'S'zs
the names of Hamilton Dlsston, now wash, scrub and water The Everglades: has an I
Piss t "'rat:s'imrw"r1m4'm"t' 't i. i t. 4 stlaA tutattstyiairmiaiml of saw making' fame:: Isham bathe potatoes In a fungicide abundance of both. Hugh B,

Randolph' Engineer] Louis Aga- Continuing Its mechanical jour- tott, a Midwest grain man Is
seas: and Joseph LeConte the ney, they are then dried and now producing, corn feed near
'i t f i/Ofm1I bert: H Lehman, the former Governor ultra-violet rays This process 20 acres of corn a day and plant- sef.
of New York, William Jennings brought about a radical change] Ing 20 acres of corn the same
Bryant; Thomas E. Will; ,, for the better in the tarrying', day Planting are now In excess p ,
Arthur Brisbane the editor; and keeping quality of the potatoes of 10,900 acres and additional : \ : .
William J Conners; and Henry These I electric machine' plantings are expected to, : \
lt Phlpps. Thomas A. Edison, --- --- ------ -- -- ,'(1!:, ;) ,

Henry Ford, and Harvey Firestone f. ,\\j,: .1 .
also had Ideas concerning :: .. ,
t .I.It the development of this great ,'
saw grass land.
The land around Lake Okee. ';
y( chobee Is low, averaging 15 feet
b' l } above sea level The plant
t' growth .Is both tropical and temperate I
The Everglades harbors
850 species of forest trees, 125 I
!: varieties of small, trees and
I shrubs and 130 kinds of grasses OMACR UTAOCTI'IIYT
One hundred and twenty-five '
species of nest building birds Inhabit :
,: the area and some 500 varieties IJ
z of 'fish are found In its I

t;" taters. Snow egrets, heron and T tc ct t taPV
duck are there by the hundredsof
( \\1' thousands. In addition to

tso these,there are 40 species of land Jifqn Lt J
; For many :years the explolta
lion and conquering of the Ever- 0'j :
glades have fascinated and Intrigued -
; a variety of men. As a ,
if result the area has produced
many stories, many charactersand
!k f numerous legends. ,
l \1'; newspaper published In 1(15 "
recorded that the town of Okee ,
chobee was the "toughest, I
roughest town East of the Mis
sissippi" One year later a pam- '
phlet was Issued by promoters of
Okeechobee: stating, ,,'Okeecho--
bee is the Chicago of the SOuth",
So little Importance was ,attached -
to the Everglades In the '
rtl year 1905 that the Federal Census -
Bureau Ignored the ,entire \
Lake region. '
I In spite of Its formidable itslure A Q.t 9i
.t. .. people continued to Infiltrate ,
r .
i I'' r I !. Into/ the Everglades By .t
i t h lilt settlements of Bare, Beach, ., tle dC.f 10i.y-A:' irs
Rltta, South Shore South Bay f '
HlllsborO Canal (new Belle .4 j The past yflr ho been o good year,
Olade), Pahokee and Oardenlahad H i1r ue j
been established, j Many pew f rteo I hove been mode and the

I the The Glades trail have and been tribulations many and of trit tt141t ;i7s j relationship ojold friend art reassured
great It has emerged from dozers '3 f0 j ThM ouoclaflpn* ,wt treasure and trust
of land booms, and land hrIsti d hsh't> j
8 sales, some .which were disgrace R1 1 IhyE ilrlA j If will be ouJprivHege to enjoy them for
tut and, dishonest. Hurricanes, AA
Caigtl" j many More Mar* to coir, .
wars floods, fires, droughts and I
financial disasters have plagued j Christrh !
t Greetings!
J I Ita history Today more than 30 ,
varieties of vegetable are produced -
In high commercial quan- J
tities. The variety and quality .
\ {'" : : "f ; of vegetable raised can be appreciated 3 :
from the fact that all SEYMOUR'S ABSTRACT & TITLE INSURANCE c.
of the following leave the Everglades j
\ each year, by rail. and J
truck, In carload lots' bean.
f EDWARD tunas,. potatoes, radishes carrots Mr. and Mrs, Seymour1' Gideon and Son Jj J
MAPP'i turnips, mustard, turnip John+ and Roy State |

i greens, celery, lettuce, remain, 1
corn. cabbage, peas escarole,
+ c )- )t )'()( ""j" rice, squash", eggplant pepper ll '
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# ('; MORECHRISTMA ABOUT a new development. Instead it sued by the Chinese and other min A: One use for this-chemi became Florida's Governor In value ot the Everglade produc- '
EVERGLADESContinued 'Is perhaps the oldest known fiber were .hand operation, producing :calla to color and fortly marga 1905. He had determined to reclaim tive land, completed In 1937 an :. "I i I

bearing plant. The Chinese six to eight pounds a day ot rine. Also extracted from the the Everglade lands. In 85-mile dike\ on the East and ;,a J
top 1 11 the chemical Chlorophyl, the lake, :. '
southeastern shore of
1909 State Authorities -
decorticated material
i wrote about it in 2209 B.C. and or approximately'100 '
( From l'OTwelve/, ) one of whose uses 1* to color soap that eight canal be ac ot $20.000,000. ; '
f'. Nestor wrote about it In 904 AD. Ibs. a day from hand' green A rather recent addltlon- built out of Lake Okeechobee. In 1943 the Palm Beach' ;Jj l,
number of cattle raised in future It wa used on ancient sails on machines Ramie, to come Into ...1 chemical garnered from ramie By 1913, at a cost of $2,152,770canals County Resource Development "
I yean will tar exceed the preflood II the Volga River. Some say It1 I its own as a much needed com- tope to XanthrophyU a coloring totaling 142 mile had Board seized the torch for Everglades : .'
e was used for the wrapping of mercial fiber, needed machines substance It can make poultry been dug. The Hlllsboro, North water Control that had
number. "Bllloe" corn, ramie I mummies, but this claim is capable ot decorticating and de- legs yellow and combs red-In New River and the Miami Canal been extinguished several yean "
0 I top meal, and new and better sometime disputed. However, gumming vast quantities The fact it Is the yellow in egg were about complete.In before. A strong and hard working : I, ;t'
grasses will revolutionize the ramie ha been known and used machines have been Invented Research suggest that YOlks'j 1917 the West Palm Beach flood control committee went, '
cattle business for centuries in China Asia MI- and' have reached quite a state ten additional chemical Canal was opened and a celebration to work and succeeded In brtng-g :: ;
Everglade Experiment Station nor, and Malaya. K ha been of perfection One hand ma extracted In the future from ramie was held at West Palm Ing the Federal Government Into ,:,
I scientist have brought out, by commonly known, used, and sold chine has been found suitable for tops. It has already been Beach. George F. Bensel, an officer -i the picture once more, to make 'i
i selection a St. Augustine grass as "China Grass". The fact of small quantities. Two machinesnow found that after the Carotene of the Southern States scientific surveys, recommendations / '
TO EVERYON61s 10 nutritive, that 50 steers can the matter Is, the advent of cot. are portable and decorticateIn and Chlorophyl have been removed Land and Timber Company, and secure the aid of'Fed .,
be pastured on 20 acres This 1s ton pushed out ramie. It was Introduced the field, a good bit like a I that ramie top meal still made a speech. So Impressed eral funds. .1.
two and one-halt head per ace I Into Europe In 1733 at Midwest combine. Three other exceeds alfalfa at a cattle feed., was Tlngy" Conner, the Syra- Nineteen-forty-three was, a, "" i
iu wish ( Mpplnes* during In the Glades, against the 12 to i an ornamental plant and Into machines are stationary. The Newport Industries, In Canal cuse millionaire, that he forthwith drought year, and the Everglade ;
\ or your 20 acres needed per head on the the United State*Mn 1855. It trend Is toward stationary ma-' Point, produced 750,000 poundsof bought huge tract of land had tires extending over an art, ::;
|h e HdWUyVeason- yo enjoy it K tUto Florida range Steers in the then spread to Mexico, Central chines due to the economic ne- decorticated ramie during the in and around the city of Okee- ot 250,000 acres. These fire ..,...
Everglades will gain 1-1/5 IDS. America and the West Indies cessity of handling the byproducts 1947 season, the bulk ot which chobee. He later built the $2. brought a new designation to the .;
tr d>UomuUnesi.r a day on 8t. Augustine grass The question naturally arise as taken from the plant tops was old abroad,. due to lack.ot 500,000 Conner' Highway_from Everglades. It wa then Called j- ;. '
alone Using Glades corn for I to where this unique fiber has Prior to the September 1947 hurricane degummlng facilities in this Okeechobee City to Canal Point,1then the "land of 10,000 smokes*
finishing, local cattle will grade been all ot these centuries and there were approximately: country 'American manufacturers on to Joint the road into I Through the war year the I ''
Ie one grade higher, than Florida why It isnt common as a fabric 4,000 acme of ramie in production want degummed ramie. This! West Palm Beach. Glade again prospered and pro-,' ,"', :
range cattle. Locally grown throughout the world. It needed ,, with, one! stationary plant same company will warehousethe In 1928 the St.Lucle Canal was duced huge quantities of food for 'I
steers, with careful supervision, Invention,!-.the invention ot ft having a dally capacity ot 1,500 entire 1948 crop and will de- opened, but It was not completeduntil the armed forces and the na- .,, ,
JOHNS DRY LEANERS I will attain the growth and machine that would decorticate to 3,000 tons. After the ramie gum It In their own plant ap- 1937. At this point 435 tlon. Then In September 1947 it t.:
] weight in two years that range the plant, that to, remove the ha been decorticated It must be proximately a year hence. With miles of main canals had been was struck by another severe, R ,
cattle normally gain in three. A usable fiber ribbon from the degummed. It ha been contended the advent of a new degummlng dug and were In operation.The hurricane, and a devastatingflood
Olades steer will weigh approxi- stalk. 'A*long ago a* the 10-year thai It also needs bleachIng Plant, the Everglades will be able Everglade was prosPer- followed In Its wake. It }'
mately 900 lbs aa a 2-year-old, period from 1069 to 1879, the but the writer has seen beau- to produce combed or carded ramie ing until the! 1928 hurricane has been estimated that since ,
while it takes three yean for the Government of India had a 1,000 tifully white, washed and comb- for American manufactur- dumped a high portion of Lake 1900 floods have killed 3,500 people
)1 ld 1\11"1I. R. Cecil Johns steer to reach this Pound Award awaiting inven- ed unbleached ramie. Ramie era. Okeechobe into the laps of the done $50,000,000 worth Of j
average range tor who could produce a satisfactory has greater strength than any Water Control Is the key to then thriving town around the material damage and wlped-out 1,1
i ,weight.An Interesting i test was recently decortlcator. The de- other known fiber, and In IU ae--the present and future growth lake. Two thousand people were an additional $50,000,000 worth '
made by the Everglades Ex- cortlcatlon or removal of the fiber gummed taU has a tensile \ of the Everglades, Without wa drowned as a result of that Catastrophe of natural aasete.Authorities 41'
Station. Steers were from the stem continued by strength of 125,000 pounds a ter control It Is reliably predicted The Federal Government have contended ft*
---- 'perlment placed in three feeding lots. In hand labor or small hand machines square Inch, equal to stainless that the Everglade can be taking cognizance of this far back as 1911,that soil erosionContinuedOn
fed alfalfa. until recent year steel wire of equal diameter. This 1 divested of its muck tolls withina tremendous loss of life, and the i ( Page fourteen) ,
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they were
the first lot
l th .ttttt( a(t4 1.C ten- -
lctcp The ramie plant belong to the can be compared to cotton's period of 30 to 50 years
1Eee In ramie the top second meal Everglades In the third grown lot, itlngless nettle family. A cousinof sile strength of 50,000 pound I through erosion, floods, and I {la"+ab+sw4%( i("4 "+w w tia a* ( (mat! ( (t tlii7.J .
from this plant grow wild In large and wool's 18,000 pounds. fires The Everglades needs '
their ration was ramie areas of the Everglades. This It 1* moisture resistant and I flood control, water conservation t:;: I
which the chemicals been removed. wild variety Is useless.: The cultivated when wet gains up to 80 per cent (for drought periods) and Irrigation : .
i'i Carotene had lot fattened fiber I* extracted from in trength. It won't shrink, It'I The history of water con- 7 I
The cattle In all liked the stems, aa 1.* done in the case ha little stretch, no lint and Is trol in the Everglades through B .
I I ramie}
equally. They of linen and hemp. It Is a hardy more absorbent than cotton. past decades Is discouraging and i I
1 meal But Everglades better, and ramie ate more top of meal It. perennial, and I II found In almost- Ramie can be used on virtuallyany sordid. The Idea of drainingthe A J .i;(t :

that of alfalfa.It every country on earth. spinning machine. Its uses \ Everglades goes back to 1847. 1
costs For the past few decades a are many and varied. It can be The Federal Government I t..'!. -i-.i:
has been found that a cross-and tremendous amount of research used for shirts, suiting, dress through the United States ::l 1
td ed strain of the .Brahman most ha been done on ramie. Irresponsible goods, shoe and other thread, Swamp Act English Devon make the promotion, invalid hats, rugs", upholstery, fish lines, ida 20,000,000 acres in the Kis- .
the Everglades li s i. ,
cattle for $
ultable beel steers claims and the lack of commercial net, lace, toweling, fine writ- slmmee Valley and the Everglades a ; 7, s
; Locally grown ibs.j usefulness of machine produced ing papers, blanket, fire hose, provided the State started t
from such hybrids are' 100 true created false boom and mechanical packing, rope, para- draining these land< by 1851.. ': ;1f' I If"

j 1 heavier top Again! year hybrid than vigor the pays discouragement during the past chute webbing, clgaret.te-papers. _The State sold land as.l low, as Ji _'. "!< t J' I .
strain 50 years. Intelligent stable ana and as a fabric for laminatedplastics. 10 cents an acre, 10 secure fundsto '''' ;I '
oft. in Everglades conservative research ha now project such drainage. In '
The growing of sugar cane was and 1855 the State turned these lands '
made Its mark. Mills In France, Germany
the I I'I'lid
TO ALL"VEB started commercially 1919.In At About 100,000 long ton have England have pun ramie for to the Trustees of the Internal I I } / 9
I Everglades In the year been the world's annual produc- )'ear.. Improvement Fund. This body IJtl, '
that time Oil acre were grownat to tion for year. The major portion The top of ramie are highly 1* still functioning. In 1881 ).
Pelican Bay and shipped a I of this tonnage ha been useful and Intriguing In their Hamilton Dlsston, of saw fame a 4 die lit and tfwfc come true :
made Into every
Jacksonville mill and raised in China, and made ready possibilities. The ramie tops bought 4,000,000 acres of land for ai px \M your
yrup. Today there are more for use by crude hand methods. i and leaves, dried and ground 25 cent an acre, with the Inten- an may this bt I t most !' I Ia
than 30,000 acre of sugar cane I A large proportion of the "China Into meal, make a high protein tion of reclaiming and develop- them all .
production.. Approximately Crass" remain in the Orient, cattle and chicken feed. It Is 1 ing it. By that act Dlsston be- rioul' lia* of/ "

9 24,000 of theSe acre are In Palm and we see It in store In attractive far superior In protein contentto came the largest Individual land MERRY HRISTMAS/ .
I Beach County. Sugar cane fabric by'trade names aa alfalfa, ramie having 20 to 24 owner Inhe United States 'I
/ MOTOR grow better in the Evergladesthan I "grass linen". It 1* woven in theOrient per cent protein-content while 1 i However, Dlsston: died before theproject I '
ORD WAY continental -
anywhere else in I for export, in table linen, alfalfa ha but 18 per cent. had made appreciable
United State Thirty-eight handkerchiefs, and the like. The AmerlcalChlorophyl headway. Hit heir did not take i. ;
ton of cane an acre! are regular. The plant are grown from Company moved a laboratoryfrom kindly to the Everglade, and TUCtRv TEXACO
Mr. and Mrs Web Ordway fjj 1 ly harvested, which in turn, produce root cuttings and planted in Alexandria Va to Lake withdrew from the area. Dlss
t I 4 tons of coast an acre row*,- much like potatoes. The Worth to work with the chemical ton found no scientific data con* The Tucker Family
6 gals, of syrup a ton of cane. plant spread rapidly and choke possibilities of ramie tops. cernlng the Everglades on whichto j 4w
'. The largest sugar house In the out the other growth ft* It grow From ramie top they now start his reclamation scheme. t(aka (
( ( elil wtZIPIt
( ( ( the ale
"tCtttttttt Everglades, and incidentally dense Hence, once the stand 1* produce Carotene, which is vita Napoleon Bonaparte Broward f f.I a w la af+ + a

largest i located in at the Clewlston United State_During. 1* up, little or no cultivation Is nec -----=-= ::. _:---.I (! It Ito- tti t( {ttetCII :

their grinding season, running On Everglade lands its growth
1 October through May, hey have In season is one to three I'I
of 6,000 tons a day ,
a capacity Inches a day. Three to five crops ,
More than 1000.000 tons of sugarcane from the same planting can be 91
and 90,000 to 95,000.tons of harvested each year. However
each year.
sugar are produced In the Glade three crops; Is the
This was enough, under the recent rule with possibly a fourth re- .
war rationing to furnish sulting a better product. The I }
every man, woman and child in harvesting season I I.a from early' I
their sugar ration .
States The
the United May through October. 't11eeee.
for one month.A \. plant attain a height 6 to 7V4 U .
new sugar producer to now feet, and are resistant to pest '
of r
ryr l rt rtk located at Okeelanta. south and disease With continuous : 1/ I
s 1 s. g w' SOuth Bay This organization' harvesting, a stand w\11la1t from M ?
moved a cane! mill bodily from eight to ten years without re- *
Puerto Rlcq< and rebuilt It on the If a frost hit the iI
BE ST muck lands ThIS mill has a ca-. planting.plant It may kill the top growth, 1s 7I
toOl 01 cane a day.na&n but will not damage the fiber and
mui r
1 1k ? tit the grinding In the plant will spring up' again. t
they have a complete refinery Research ha proven the Everglades -
operation. Producing granulated to be the best area to grow iI
of the building ramie. ( I
The story commercially acceptable
ISIIErl of this mill and the planting of It ha been said that ramie'
k I
some 4.000 .acres of sugar cane grown in the Everglades produces
on rti" staggers the Imal- a fiber thread with a slight I I .
(nation. The mill was built at a I twist making a better spinning ,
r ,' j cost of $ .scow and at top capacity product Ramie can not atand .
.11 i ii will employ approximatelyIJOO high water. About the only way I
people. This known to clear a field of the II
planning when their plantings would be to flood It The 11
plant .
are sufficient W, go into yield of ramie I Is one ton of fiber I

= F FA Fe the production of rum. the fact ribbons from 30 ton ot plant I ;
Of special interest Is based on three cutting ft year. j
that only In tropical South suc- I The 30 t\ns\ of Plant being the : Q ii

will cane blooms permit I yield from one acre. discarded r. 1 1\1 '
breeding. and iil
cell8ful cross i The ancient ,
of ramie I Is an old I decortlcatlon pur- '
The story [ methods of I
Ramie I

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=with, us every y in the ye s to come! j I g gBring

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,.' [ \ .I'': A MATTER OF ACCENT (steak whea 7.a get It,* she re ON JOB FOR DAV MORE ABOUT ONE FROM COUNTY << -1Ct(1 <<,.( 1c
pliedFlorida's Home- CALLED FOR EXAM
I A local man went hate a Stuart EVERGLADESContinued ;
;7w restaurant and notion minute Demonstration One Martin County Negro was
forest are being cut
1"'I"j" steak on the menu, So he asked 'I at the rat of a.too.ooo cords a ( From fog Thlrtffn) Included: In 31 more SelectiveService "
\ the waltren wehere the accent year, but the growth of forest w. registrants who were
j f belong" "It's minute steak,lin I the state U only J.ooo.ooo a was a continuing threat to the tent to Miami on Dee.examination 14 for preInduction -,

when you order It__and mi-nute_ year.- -- life of the Everglades, and that MISS tutU INSC01 according physlclal to an announcementby
I soil subsidence was a tremens the four-county board No. 40 j
?AGE: I I clout waste of national assets, Now that you have your fruitcake in Fort Pierce. 1
II I their prediction was certainly made (tor maybe you are The group was made up of
ATV I, GOOD FRIENDS .orract since between the yean buying\ 1U) and plans under way 11 white and U colored registrants
r Our for tamlly' Christmas dinner divided U follows: Indian :
I 70 1914 and IMS the muck soils your River County, four white; and
"d' 11.,,''!If ,shrunk as much as 6 feet. With maybe you are hunting one colored; Martin, one colored; i,
,pan \, q I r adequate water control this Irreparable around for a. salad that will not Okeechobee, one white; St. Lu-\.
abflWithe. '1 : ;: loss would have been be too heavy for that already- ale, six white and eight colored. p ,
very materially reduced. heavy dinner. Here are two The board also announced the
!"' r' I ; ,isiewall Rays of hope can now be'seerr that might like selection of M. F. Harris ot Vero I
tt ttfaclU' suggestions you\
1 Through the efforts of the Beach as board chairman. Edwin I
\! (' ; 1 1il ,an t }NW1fGg1wRCDNa United States Geological Survey They wlU look I .pretty too .u Colean, who has been actingas WiSHES
l V/ate.a. the United States Soil Conserve molded in an attractive mold A chairman: now bccqmes secretary : I
)1 j, ton Service the United States ring mold will be good-then ,II fora
',"\ ", 1LEr Engineers: and the Everglade you can put the mayonnaise In
.. Drainage District Engineers, the center. Here they are, and BOAT PASSAGES: IT: | APP HOLIDAYS
:, 1"'f dentine and proper water con- please let us know U you Uke According to the 0. S. Engineers -
I \ : JONATHAN M. WAINWRIGHT trol facts are at hand for the them: a total of 347 cruisers and { I { ONI
:;, f ,. :,j I fonrrtil InwrtgliJ. liero( (of first time. This data brought CRANBERRY SALAD their bows pointed South I
forth the W Turner Wallls Plan passed
St. Augustine by way Of
Bul numt ii de1rNOg
r Corr-giilor -
\ on which the Federal Qdvern Cook 1 quart cranberries 11a' the Intracoastal Waterway durIng ,
; I hi tiiiWttml energy hi ment based Its water control oups water for SO minutes. Soak November. This number IsIS i I
31' ; the cause' vf the disabled! vetrrati. plan. The 194T flood adversely It tablespoons granulated gelatinin more recreational ,boat than
e National Ounmumli-f. of affected the communities and \ ,half cup cold water Strain made the trip south the same IV 'TAYLO
farm lands of ,
the cranberry mixture over it month year ago.
J ; l\ STUARrT PAINT CFRED the Disabled. ,,Anwrie.ni Veteran. and In addition Everglades waters and Stir until dissolved. Let ,_
\JI'I GeminiVainwright' ) ( is slxnvn'at disastrously flooded Miami. stand until cool then add 1 cup the. few remaining stands of Dianne Contr torIve'
II Fort Lauderdale Delray, West nuts, 1 diced pineapple virgin red cypress are found In
chopped cup
/ ( RUE work at his ,desk in DAY natioiml Palm Beach and many other and 1 cup white grapes Big; Cypress Swamp In,. Southwest -. a o aa ai'an t ,twt
\ \ v. liJtulciuartert\' in Ouch communities. Pour In to wet mold and chili Florida,
J I $' 1 =1'e Mutt. ____ .. .__ The Federal Government now Serve on lettuce with mayonnaise -
has a plan for adequate flood. I or boiled dressing. ft<< < i
'tl rl'! rk j' and water control in the Everglades -
It is being considered by MOLDED TOMATOGELATINSALAD D
\ the Congress The program call*
'hill' 11 for the expenditure of $208,000- '
'; h ; Dissolve 1 package lemon Jello
Ai t 000.) More than mere'control In
I ( B
y using )Just 1 of water eMltd
i;!: ': h the Everglades It will alleviatethe
( for on package Dice nnl'l.f 1
flood of the Klsslm-
I ,'i \lp: 1 i1ar mee Valley to the north. small onion, 1 greep pepper' arid
I cucumber. Now heat I cup
" ;;' ''t They 500,000 propose and to 800,000 enclose acres between tomato soup with half cup I: LY.
I'I.I. American cheese: until the cheese
I' I < of the best Glades lands within\
I "' ; II melted. Combine the mix
: I. \ protecting dikes, to dig additional -
lures and put In a wet mold.

t tU j L AT CHRIS MAS II IIWhiie acuities canals conservation to and control\ build areas the additional watera.Three will be. I, naise.Cranberries Serve. on lettuce with mayon- Ii And through the year wewtsn

""RJq'! established. One In Palm Beach are distinctly B you
County, one in Broward County +" t rs
( :j i American you know. In this

!\ ,,ii'' ,i: t we're going! about the business of wishfig every and times one in Of(Dade heavy County< rains, i'whereIn water only country five they Northern are cultivated States Mas in I

x s y a Merry Christmas, we don't wont to forgfl that'we can be stored for the inevitable sachusHts, New Jersey Wlscon
droughts. The canals will have
'J'i'' I r e our friends our sincerest appreciation for making po at both its ends. sin, Washington and Oregon.
mge pumps
Massachusetts grows more than
1': V le one of the best years we hove ever enjoyed f> this com- We see visions of adequate water half the world crop. There Is
f Thank each and control for the Everglades. a bumper crop of cranberriesthis
; pity you, .every one. The control of the waters of the year.CARTER, IjJI
1 f Everglades Is vital to all of
i, southeast Florida not merely HITS PHONEFIRM'S
from the standoplnt of floods
HI! 4 4P8. P but for the adequacy of drinking/ RATE-HIKE BID
HUTTOnd water, in the fastest growingarea
i" t Jacksonville, Dec. 23-(FNSI- .
; in America.
A State official last week'criti-
It I Inl Let us cry aloud, as did William !
cized Bell Tele-
the Southern

P8.,' RADIO APPLIANCE CO. years Jennings ago and Bryan repeat; several"Save for phone basing and iterate Telegraph Increase Company request HALL ELECTRIC SERVICE

I The Everglades For The People.
on rising costs of labor and
fl r. and Mrs. Hutto materials. The criticism came i 'w
HARRY DONLEY JOINS from Jerry W. Carter, memberof \ -
,; fan t 'Q's 'a a'wtwtatwittsitw n'a'Paitattctat: STUART LAW FIRM the State and Public Utilities[ IttC t(!( tC.tCt.t tC* ctC CC PSAt 1
Commission, conducting the
'" I 1 'f 1 As one of the successful applicants phone company's hearing into
\ ;l'1" atm' tV CL 'vC lalV Ctt 'ml i'Aa' eta atve m'in' who took the State Boardof the request

,, d Law Examination in October James D. Porter of Atlanta
WITH THE UGH NG OF THAt P PIiss larry B. Donley has been Southern Bell's genera] toll traffic I';
named as an associate memberof supervisor had testified that
the law firm of Oughterson wage Increases given traffic em-
and Francis. ploye following the 1947 strike
Formerly a resident of New amounted td 9 per cent.
(Its Milford, Pa., Donley Is a grade- Carter said: "It Is very evident
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as ate of Hamilton College and that you people are inclined to 1 i u
Dickinson School of Law, and blame your Increased cost of operations ,
was a senior statistician with the on organized/ labor. 7
j j'J Pennsylvania Control Commls- What you are '1'1nl0 do Is to eI
lon before entering the U. S. relegate labor Into the categoryof
: l e da Navy, During the war he served the untouchables and I do
'J as an officer-agent with the Office not think It ls fair."
,Ij, of Naval Intelligence and as Porter denied this, saying the
t commanding officer of the usa company's relations with labor
f I.., ,
this season of good cheer, Wlngneld. were pleasant. John BoyklnTof/ !; I t .'
ey For the past year Donley has Atlanta one of the company's
signify joy and gladness to fill yo cart j been connected with Oughterson attorneys, then asked Porter It
for many days to come. and Francis In the capacity of a all employee, regardless of union
law clerk preparing for the State affiliation, did not get pay raises.
4 t All of us in this ;firm extend of bar examination and Porter said they did.CHRISmSEASON .

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- 'II 11A ft 1' Ht : Realm That Rose- to Fame ,FLOOD CONTROLPROJECT

Gainesville Dee 23. It's story accompanying the discovery -
Chrlsma time and Holly time of the East Palatka CITED
and therein Ilea another Yule- I
tide story In the tale ol the Riding through East Palatkaone II I I
Tramp" of the plant realm and morning Hume and several
Its rise to fame! friends spotted a beautiful ted- Tallahassee.-The dt'termlna-I! ''I
y 1 Championing/: gay. red- topped tree in a yard. Upon inquiry tlon of the greatt ; Y 1
berried plantt cause Ix Dr. H Hume was told that the Floridians conquer flood '
,' Harold Hume dean ot the College house was..rented with the provision drought In the State hat :1 : 'i
of Agriculture at the University that no branched be cut '
'I ed In
an unprecedented unit
of Florida, who from
j put It up the tree.
t -Alo wi hristmasp In the horticultural Four Hundred Well madam.' Hume replied, support of the $208.000,000 1 '

In 1906 when he became Interested "It seems as though the tree U tral and South lot-Ida '
and ho may In its past and future not having very much care, for Control Project This
I In his publlctlon 'Evergreen here are five or six cows that was expressed here this I
ealth wealth dI Hollies Native In the United have eaten off every leaf .and i _
Col A O Matthew, chlet
L. States, describing his work DrI ,twig as high up as they can
I happiness deck e I l Hume has classified 60 to 79 different reach Now, If you will go In neer of the State Division of I :
I[ Hollies under their groups the house and close the door, IU ter Survey and Research :
halls of home Examining several hundred rut a tew small pieces from It In direct contrast to the I
your American Holly trees at Olen St'Mart end the tret will not be injured'Thus thai ,uiaractei-setl the dia! I
Fla. Hume was the first the East Palatka Holly had alone in the early. days of 'tt
W to undertake native Holly propa- Its beginning attack on the pioulem. he .
j j Kauon In quantity by vegetative Historic reegrds reveal that Matthews reviewed several J
\ methods and Its classification ; Vaupon Holly leaves, containing sons fur the present !
L Ca Kickli j horticultural varieties about 187 per,cent caffeln, were among the people, "It.. a
r 1 highly valued among the South- tural development he
The hobby ot 42 years has led ern coastal Indians for the ed, During the early
I him to the discovery of, a great "black drink" used in their ceremonies the battle against flood
Marta County Tax Collector variety of Holly with the, leaves Too, they were often droughts In Florida there
JEAN SIMMONS varying from the heavy-spined dried and used as a medium ol' many varying opinions as to
type to those with only one pointat trade, Just when It became what the basic problem of .
Mist Simmons won this new the top and with berries ; popular as,a Christmas decoration supply, drainage and water ,
ginvn' 10 tin London premiere oft ranging from deep red to a yel- however, remains\ a mystery servation were and what \

>>)a )a'a )( "), ,..).J.". Mm attended l I., Queen MAT*. low shade .- bathe to them.most effective I \ i
In his spare-time studies, he I So It Is that the Holly, once Without those
A.it NATIONAL FORESTSAID also discovered that there are connected with a Pagan Indian sions we could never nave
come varieties which do not produce ritual, has been elevated to a as far as we have' :
STATE ECONOMY berries. These cr\ e a real prominent symbol of Christmas, The water engineer said
;;;: horticultural challenge for Hume.! a far cry from Paganism and approach to the water ; 1
National forests In. Florida the far-flung search for propagation I with a pedigree all Its own problem In Florida during
contribute appreciably to the recreational varieties ot Holly began thanks to the efforts of Dr. past 100 years ha been a
r economy; of the State, and still continues with a Hume and a hobby ter of trial and error. And I
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out of all that
researcfr'and -' --- -- experience
1"11'( Industrial division 1"11" 11I1111I11I11(1( III 11I111111 1111I11 IJIll lllJllIIlIlIlIIlIIlIIlIlIIlIIlIlIlIIlIIlIIlIIlIltlllVeterans : the present plan has fl.'I
I of the Florida State Chamber That plan has been based I

r I Of Commerce brought out News ReviewJoseph widest and best engineering
yesterday In Its weekly business civic experience, he stated
"It Is true" Matthews
i review E. Crum V. A. Contact Officer
sised, "that number
a of
I Florida three national forests At office ot H. R Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarters sighted citizens and
I Apalachlcola, Ocala and ........." ,...u...............h..UUU.. those days visualized the i
Osceola, comprise a total or Illlllllllllllinll'IlllllllllflllllllllllllllllltSTATE as it now stanu"

r 1241U5U acre. This does not Include Many questions regarding( loan EMPLOYESTO He outlined additional
for the current all-Florida ,
the formei Choctawhat- guaranty privileges are asked by GET HOLIDAYS The plan will solve both j

thee National Forest in West veterans Replies to these questions PAYMENTS DELAYED lems of drought and flood.
If i Florida where Eglln Field I II now are obtained from the Vet completion it will produce I p
l lome Christmas\; l holiday for State
located erans Administration and published cultural commercial and
Within the forest area are in this column by The employes Include worker In the turn that will mean at 2 ;
20.68S acre of fishing take and Stuart News as a service to our Fort Pierce office of the Florida annual Increase In tax

in fr'ith a I' 110 miles of fishing streams veterans I State! Employment Service, H. B. each county of $50,000, he i
"Last year approximately 88.- Q After have repaid the eluded
Ii borrowed Jones announced The office
000 visited these three amount I under the
national persona forests to enjoy the recreational CI Bill Is my loan guaranty will be closed from this noon Where Ore protection and
y note to facilities for hunting, privilege restored to Its original through Monday. ', est management have i
fishing and camping. Of the total amount? No claims for unemployment practiced, Florida' ,tree
full compensation will be taken and .6 to 1S cords of
A. No you may use the / duce more
sin ut. and visitor 25000 were hunter amount of your loan right only no employment service functions a year an acre s
} "In the three national forest orifce, 1 will be performed at Itinerant 1 i
point or In the local office on
&st I I I.e an estimated total ot 12,100big Insur- these days, Jones said Unem-
Q. Do the guaranty or
game animals ot which almost -
'hush a killed last ance provisions of the GI Bill ployment compensation claims
2 were year.
limit the total amount that I can scheduled In the Stuart office for -.11
'borrow? today will be taken next Thursday -
I( In the past, most farmers have morning.
A No The size ot the loan ;"
left It to nature to decide which "
In although our
depends on what the lender Is years I
RTIN COUNTY CL ERS tree In their woodland should willing to lend. The limitationis employer have received the 1185711hr I
survive and which should die .
on the amount ol the VA guar- equivalent amount of time'off at fiekla a Wa
out. But it is more profitable to ;
Christmas as other offices
anty and not on the size of the
help nature along by cutting out the first time the Fort Pierce that- I
Air. and Mrs. George Keith the crooked, diseased and loan employment office ha closed for on Jan 8 and 1. After

Mr*. IUcou.ilrs. Paxton \,crowded sold for timber pulpwood for and this the can remainder be- Q. f was rrd; ;; an application more laid than Christmas Day,'Jones the sumed usual schedules' will .be._ I ;
lender and :
for loan by one
I Into sizes will suitable grow more for sawlogsand rapidly now would a like to know what I Unemployment Compensationclaims )(); );); ) )e,.); ::.:: )t' )' ); ::a ,::") JI I Iirof
.)'- )a-i :C' t- .: lia: other valuable products. should do to get a guaranteedloan I scheduled for tomorrowand :' 4AEON
Monday will be taken one
business venture?
on a .
---------1 A. The VA regional office in week later at which time claimants i
your area might be able to put may file claims for two I :
you In touch with a lender who weeks if appropriate, according I"
makes OI loans to Jones There are few claims
taken on Saturday and these, \

e a ii Q. May a veteran obtain a primarily selfemploymentclaims "
will be taken some time
guaranteed loan to buy or establish -
a business! tf he Is em- Other than or. Christmas Day B.
ployed? Stuart and Verq Beach,,Itiner- .
A Yes, If he plans to conductthe ant points visited on Thursday
new business himself, eitheron and Friday will be Visited week
basis ly for the two week prior to and j.i
full-time or part-time
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Carl Bridge '
Howard Alexander y

worship ng. James Pomeroy Jr. 1''
A CE on earth home '
Warren Shapes, Jr. ? ", -
'y .bvedooV.hoppycjiltdren ; : HAY '. ''/ '
free ,.m friendships i Van Chason
;'r' I Jim Allen ,
of thosYabout us HOU Ernest Klubina
the thoughtfulness
'. Walter Rein, Jr.) \ t

,;let's preserve oil 'thot Is Christmas \nd what "" Percy ;Simmons '. .., r 't{<, :\'-t

'Christmas{ realty means for all! the days to come.;And.. i : JOHN LAW; Jr* Mgr. ,


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r ;'i: New Puerto Rico tnemoratlv: stamp honoring the politic for SO year*. He I II the I CITRUS CITED AS FINE BELL SYSTEM ADDS Best sellers art printed on For many years; hooj

I Inauguration of the nod elected leader of the Popular Party and I GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS AGRICULTURAL l.OGO.OeoTH PHONETO trees! A* surprising u that Ore here destroyed morel

; 1\\ \ Airmail Due governor of the Territory of was elected to the Governor : RURAL NETWORK, statement may sound its true. '.000,000 acre of Florida
j 1'j Stamps novels' historic
J ; Too" popular
i 'j .. Puerto Rico, The will be Jacksonville, Dee 23-The land each year,
chair by a landslide vote Priorto book printed on
rural telephone and other are
: finest a Floridian could vend The toooooota
Issued In It4t.
I 1 1LI 1 1I this time the Governor of made: from the tree In "
to the Bel Forest !
I 1 1'1' Washington\ lea JJ-iAP>- The new'governor will be Lull out-o-tate friend for the to be added by our forest Protect your future fire itatlsUci for
: Postmaster General Donaldson Muhos tyartn, former president Puerto Rico wa appointed by holiday season U some of the System since the war was placed woods fire August and September
I ; that he has authorized\ the :, of the Puerto RIcan Senate and a the President ot the United J says State exceptionally fine quality ENDS BIG YEAR In service but Thursday In the and planting new tree for tomorrow. !" than per eem bu,
j it t Issuance of a special cent com dominant figure In Puerto RIcan State Florida
citrus, said William L WU- farm home of W 1. Pace: 13! ___ __ protected: forest]
\ A new S.cent airmailstamp mile from Burlington, N, C. The --
: son RAGE'ATV replace \the present 5-cent Gainesville Dec. J3-The Florida telephone was Installed by the
, "I would like to
*ee hornsfolks -
;' which become outdated Jan, 1, Agricultural Extension Service Southern Bell Telephone and
1949 That the date when the and visitor alike take advantage < I II now winding up one of the Telegraph Company, one of the<
airmail rate goes up from B to, of the opportunity\ of busiest year Id its history, a report associated companies of the Bell
["I A, 6 cent an ounce. providing such a universally\ acceptable from Director H.,O. Clayton System:
Ad', If. The new 6-ceoter I* red and gift which will contri- Indicated, today : With the addition of these Wt BEST WISHES
bute not to
only the pleasure but
depict a DC-4 plane In flight ,
span 'J.t, to the health The extension program, which 1000000 new telephone, there
It will first tale JanIS and well-being pf
I .r go on day embraces the work of all counl.1anet W cent BeU
J'al1'l ,I .1 .are now per more
WtthrqfaciUV, ;,',Itj E i fGSRIC Collector, 1949, at Washington desiring first, D C day I the .recipients J.: Williams a* well"M manager Of home demonstration agent System telephone crying rural i FOR IMAS
Fort in the State, ha continued in area than there were on V-J
'I cancellations of this stamp may Pleree.reporta approximately 1948 to work with rural l\F. HAC
{j 1 1A' 85, closely Day A* the remit of the record
/ably i ql tend a* many u 10 selfaddressed 000 field ions V envelopes to the Postmaster were sold through that and Individual who are
C.t group and the active rural OFFICE SERYICF
at Washington. D C., together market this week bringing grow '
sled Interested In and working building program* of other telephone
\\1 ers ft to 14.50 a crate. Abnormal -
with order or postal note
:: t tCt't tw w' ''wtot m'4a' 9tCtCtttCt1i remittance money to cover the cost of warm weather has shortened i with farm people. Extension companies, about 45 per
r workers are now working In 112 cent of the farm of the country -
the ,
harvesting in this
I j j i t t t t the stamps to be affixed market period two of the State 67 counties.Specialists now have telephone service. t t lCtq
tit it atf iit area some or three
4 wrlmta4swfcctt bb l .t1 and county and Hal 8. Dumas of Atlanta,, president
weeks. More
Some test,arebeing done in 3000 bushel]
home agents have held hundred of Southern Bell pointedout
South Florida to determine the tub of waxed and packed cucumbers -
of .and visited thousands the rural
meeting that of 1000000
I brought from $1 to $4.50.
311E I value of the Australian pine as to
I II of farm during the year telephone added more than
': r 41 pulpwood and timber, I Yellow squash$2.16.PTO .in small quantityaveraged I assist rural people In mproving 175,000 were placed in service by 1aAL'E
it itL ;, e, 1 their crop- and livestock. la developing Southern Bell. He stated that
I 1 4- method for operating the Bell companies would eon-
farm on an economical, businesslike tlnue to push their rural 1 expansion -
I IN I EACH OF YOU WE EXTEND bails, in improving I and improvement 1 program -
t \ \ '
MI their homes and health and In but emphasized that large
1: Il OUR MOST SINCERE making their. live healthier and amount of money would be
.q happier ; needed to do the Job
T TI"t"tr #l ,t ', "We'feel that we have extended of-' In brief ceremonies followingthe
our work to more phase Installation,, North Carolina
J rural life during the put year, Governor-elect W. K. Scott:
I : than ever before Clayton laid,- characterized the installation} a* 1M
; "but we also realize that there I te
symbolic of the progressbeing
'!: much more to do and! we are' made In eliminating the Isolation -
",, -... I gong to continue our effort toM of the farmer "Good roads,
I. of maximum service to Florida i electricity and telephone are
I Ir ( '* rural people during the i not luxuries for the farmer they
coming yearSignificant, I ,
I' -, are necessities, he laid The
development ini farmer must have good road to.
r which the Extension Service ha get Mi product to market. He
t taken a very active! part during mutt have electricity to do the
the put year Include: chore and save labor. He must the spirit
Y Widespread testing of family have a telephone for the orderly
cows for tuberculosis and Rangedisease marketing of the l! ,crops he produce -
J thus reducing the possibility *" 6 of ( tristmose
; of member of rural families .
contracting tuberculosis or

I STiART SERVICE fTATION fi undulant Health examination fever from milk for more ,trot Development I rat than ever of a before.long.range Love, Cheer J Goodwill

rural dairy program for Florida. Pro-
Florida people
) "Walt" and "Art' Production, of large quantities moting improvement of dairy. led '
ei of vegetable for home use, canning cattle with the first State 4 H Be with you vs
b AND BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY Jj of thousand of container Dairy Show and three district.
)a of vegetables, fruits, and meats, shows. Organization of two artificial j|
of clothing and : breeding associations for and bring
FRIENffS AND CUSTOMERS and production
c(tctwtu Lwow craft articles by rural women and improving dairy replacement
girls Continued expansion of Improved -
I ; Activities! of J3,057 4-H Club pastures for beef and to Happiness Joy forever,
members boy and girls in crop dairy cattle. Production of feed
STUART PLUMBING c I production home Improvementand crop ,l.
I In many phase of farming Agricultural: conservation workon
( and homemaklng The 1949 thousand if acres, planting
I I I ANll iSfiG summer camping season In which : of large number of tree, and ap & .
(,000 boy and girls attended 4-H plication of thousand of ton of
Club camps was the most successful lime and other materials to
METAL WORKS : in the history of the Florida soils.Punning 1

} work. crop!) production In Jewelers
efforts to eon-
More extensive conformity With demand .

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a ha Pr/ll..rew.Dwrt.ns you (for your thoughtful friend ,
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t the days to come.ROYAL COMMUNITY 1HVaCif&N.&N.IACIC ihip .' all the ot
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Major' John skimpy soap ration will be In- James Holt $ "
(tip O'ConneU ereased by one-sixth after Jan I JENSEN NEWSBy aw'.u. +.h ,
" spared the. Treasury In a deal JO. Improved supplies II :05
or fat Win
with V bleb school itudenU and oils from Africa art responsible Kiwanis Essay' ContestEmily CHARLOTTE UEU.IER
They B* a roof on the new Each ,sJ t Lt
consumer now Mr--;: j
(,oaf's.I and IK arranged to U rationed to 18 ounces bf toilet Mr and 1 D: KIlgo left
bar t jftaUng; rink Hooded for soap or 24 ounces of hard soap Morrison of Stuart and WHAT 1 IS AMERICAN? I I Friday to spend the Christmas I

teem announced as winners of handsome I

gold trophies for their entries What does the average boy or gil I. man or Worwin. mein when Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frock of I JOY TO THE WO D -

'in the month-long essay he declares that he is "Anx'rican," when he plixlgtt! allegiance to tile Orlando '\'Cnt'Tue da, and I

(!onte l sponsored by the KIwanIs Flag and to the n-jniblkj for whkh.ft *Audi,? Whit Is the American Wednesday as the guest of his\ I .and

i Club on "Heritage of Freedom"at that commando his, loyally and to ankh he it ,aunt\, Mrs Sophia Harbrecht I ., to everyo e,
the dlubi meeting at the glildlyl'It Mrs, W. A. Palmer and daughter
Woman" Club Friday noon. Holt is first the country. the physical* land: "1 kiv thy nicks And Jeanne ol Fern Crest, Sew- I MERRY CHRIST AS "4
!rills] thy woods and I
was unable to be present templed hills. OK, l Waut ful for sl'ilCloUIskie., : ells\ Point,, spent Monday and
from ;Runnerup among the '912 for amber wave of grata* "Irom the inmiiitiin| to .the prairies: Tuesday In Jacksonville I
i lt
grade girls to which the contestwas It Is the New England vUlugi?, the white-iteqili,d tliunhei, till'elrtis J Friends- of Bruce Woolpret of i 0 09

AA'ishi 1 limited was Mary Coleman and cnuplrs; and firs. It b tits cotton fiilils of the South' tint wheut tong Beach, Callt. will be sorry i

and boys' runnerup was Bill fields of the West, the plums and! the mountifiu, tile Lincoln Iligliwuy? to learn of his sudden depth.last I

Leach Judges of the nearly too. and (lie gloaming railroad traikik It Is the week from a heart attack. His i
names SutijiHtunna ant
entries were Harry wife, a sister of Mrs, H. w ,
Uonley, Mrs Dulota
Pee Deo soul YIlZlJO NVuUsli! and] Mohawk Little
Big I loin Munetald Seymour Gideon,
F. R
Horton i
and Harry C. Webb and Yi-llowstiHie. M'uliclne/ll.t and, 1 died two months Grfcer's
All tour oel's I lend, Suits Fe and Sairanidilo ago The Wool- ReJtaurant
essays were read to the I
prets have visited here at
and all the villas! and different -
Ixirghi arid. corners that dot the
club with program chairman for map times They have two i
the day Charles Rue reading It !Ie the
Holt s !In his absence Leach find ludiiinuixills and njxTt.iculur Sail rtduiuro Mr and Mrs. Jack mouse left ,
It Is idle) people the American hard Friday to spend the Christmas
Mill Coleman were awarded hard type, to describe but not holidays with their parents Mr. .
medals The foursome previously to recognize* generous, linclly, Impatient encrgutic, iilf-confi and Mrs. George Weaver and
you the had been'announed at dt.ntAllll\ hoix'ful. It'ls Ilie whites and the blocks. the Cerm.lnl'and
a Mr. and Mrs. Albert fimouoe In rr.
school assembly Friday morning Irish and Norwegians and rnlmmam (the vast mixture that muiage I Cumberland Md. I'(Ixa.'Ya?imim.dtr ad36 tr6'tia tfe.r i f f t divi'ia I

a m r't Christ.m W, R. Bake was unanimously somehow fit merge auto mincllung, American It b tho institutions( : Mist Connie Segerslrom arrived ,
elected taI.the'club'$ 1949 boardof he thurihiw, ProttsUnt and !catholic;: and Jewish; Mitlxxlut and, Dee. IS from New York ,
ossiblc. directors replacing B. D. Ful. Baptist and t'resbyteriaci mid {Christian; Socnlut' The great Cothic I City to spend the Christmas. '
ton. The club had four guests piles and, the little frame Idays with her parents Mr. and
It the
building schools
is the tlHniMinds
Reprinting of the winning essays Mrs Harry SegerstromPvt I .
In The News today will be of handsome 1 brick and Stone\, monuments that testily/ to the American I 1st; Class T: R Hellier, Jr.. :
followed by the runnerup selections passion" for education boys and girls sharing the dasnIt1llIt b the I Is expected tomorrow from' j IRA
That next week public libraries; many bearing Andrew, Carnegie's name, the school, I Sheppard Air Base In Wichita I 'A: as 6
means yo ubrarki. the lxmk h"pi It is football and baseball and basketball Falls. Texas to spend 10 days J
ep LYRIC TO SHOW FILM : awl hockey, the games In the corner lot and In the huge stadium' with his parents, Mr and Mrs I I ,
you a e and y ., a t t t; ON FLORIDA FISHING i the sports pages!( the radio lroi"'Ua.it It in the endless magazines I T. R. Hellier [ { 48
Mrs. T. R. Helller was high'
(.lutttni the newsstands
Deep-sea fishing from U. S. 1 g up Salevipost, Life Collies the won1l'n' score winner when' Mrs Charles i
linking Key West with the Florida magazines, the pulps.: It is tie newquiiwri: with: their shouting I head Day entertained I the Contract I' :
mainland U the subject of a Inns, their, serfs of advertisiimMils.I their columns and, comki It is Club at her home Thursday afternoon : ,
OOD CE TER film short to be shown at the drugstores (Where else Can yini find them?) and soda| fountain. candy Others playing were I! ,
JENS Lyric next Thursday night The ban and c IK wing gum. It is lords and Cliinus and !Silks crowding Mrs. Harry Segerstrom and Mrs : '
minute feature In technicolor the reads Lewis Gamble I I + i l 4 IyF I

Jensen Beach will show how pleasant fishIng AmcrKtf Is the'past I'H>-the fast, of history and romance. folklore Laurence Gideon. who Is In the I' ,
can be: and also the fine art and Navy arrived home Sunday lo': ,
long plt'tt''l'sltId poetry the llortnc of the
e r<"It'lIl'e people
of fish fries as practiced on !one spend the Christmas holidays I
of the tiny keys. It Washington at t Valley Forge and! 1 incolii at c.'Ity.lmrg. It u tho : with his parents Mr. and Mrs. '
and Mrs. Fred debach
The accompanying double feature Pilgrims and,the puiiicen. It is (the tluiickets, | of 1812 and the Blue Seymour Oldeon I
will be Wallflower and I and Gray IIf the brothers war It is a heritage of familiar phraws I Mrs C H Alderman entertained : 'i
Embraceable You." "Give me Lbertv or give nie death" "I only regret that 1 have hut one her bridge club at Seymour I oy
life In lose for mv e-uiintry" "Dont hue until you see the whites ofhtireycs" 's Tuesday afternoon High 111 ALL
?Q"CIV" '0:W100411141.1cigfsttl4 : "b.m't give lip the ship" "We have met the enemy and scores were made by Mrs T. R. '
Hellier Mrs. Alderman
tt''Y.AI' ours," "Kenumlr the Alamo." : tr'I'' Yollr
"Let U8 have peace. Lewis Gamble and Mrs: ,
Ward. Others playing were Mrs.I '
a i OUR HERITAGE OF FREEDOM Minnie KIpp, Mrs A. E Emerson*'> A SEA, a

Mrs. Jennie Brown; Mrs. Julia", ,
Or Land By Emily Morrison Gault Mrs Charles Nelson Mrs. \ BRIM IL t
\ The black.. despair( of Rumps: today, stems from a philosophy Seymour Gideon, Mn Arnold '
q or agmrelic!( ism' oral) belief that the rights of mat come from the state. Taub, Mrs Adolph Hcrtel Mrs. I '>
ort R. 8 Robertson, Mrs Joe Kllng ,
while the of America due | '
majestic greatness is to an opixwite poleof
thought ,that of the dignity'' ol nun us an jndividiiil: and as a Mrs Laura Howard and Miss 'i Ito AYao

On S Divine Creation This I.ict and thtf.fact thut the basic element of our Georgia Turner. 'i

nation, the family is fUlid.nl'lItl1l1y, a group of individuals! living and t 10C30I-30CJO t
e'' wL working togitkr, makes tie haraei.r( of our nation' liulivkhul And Obituaries:i % \

i The bright\ shining shift, we glibly soak of ui "national freedom" is i
1>>===0., oc. I
L 1woy WeVishrry I really,an individual possession -gfeie ..' '; J .
7 every gleaming t fa? I For this idea and the olbedecttlciuc of 1 it(, Mi'ii have fmight and JOHN H. DRA..EIt' '

T and// odd light ;, prayed for centuries, and, have willingly dom" it Ix.cucew they rcahxod John Howard Draper. U Canton I GAMLE ELECTRIC I
9 that "What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly. 'tu dearness Mass. woolen
Christmas/ Jo/// a only thut: gives everything Its value."*' er and former resld manufsctur-// j
Jt is the unalterable duty of each generation to keep this possession cle Estates In j JENSED; REACH
I shining bright. and tu pass it on to the nest untarnished To keep it at his winter home In West Palm j
1 undimmed, it be and defineIt's Beach He Is survived by his widow
I however, must" recogm/ed ) only I j i,0w
Florence. who also formerly
r. !, when you try to do this th.it you realms how fragile. a substance our lived here, two sons and two ;
boredom, is.Individual. '

Chrisimas liberty dots. not mean that every |xrsfin Is free to daughters i__ __
[ 'indulge nil his impnUos hot if this were true, we would nut have, a
I civilization of the most perfect order In the history of the world oi

rather We would have, a barbaric state of the gloomiest 1xrsibleduseriptkna

TO ONE > llxs uiukrljing principle of oitr' form of government is tlut| of(

human rights. Once this principle was only ail idea In the mInds
of a few people". However they Ulnved in It to (lie extent that tiny Every Man Will Enjoy
PODUCTS left their homes, and set nut to find u liud where they might! achieve
IL tt mh un ideal Tiny came to the shores of this country. and began the

I task of laying the fonnilalioii, of u nation that would one d.>y fir. surpass! ANKs
their wildest dreims
Along with the wood and stores With which'they conslnutedhomes

t GEOR( W. PAR Distributor GIld cities. Was gemrunsly l mix "I! ,the (Idea tint "All men are PorCable
lI endowed! by the! Orator with certain! Inalienable rights; (hit among R
CAM MORRISON JESSE HAAS (lieso are life, liberty, and the pursuit\ of happiness" 6 D SANDER "

As the nation grew, it chpcmlcd uptiii this belief fur its very w t r
nish'nance. It was this Idea of indUiidiial'! hlx'rty that attracted people
from the old world to the new. The nun who designed the laws fur Porfcr-Cal ,\

the governing of the nation believed in it ,...whokheartedlv. end, \. they < c r
expressed! their! conviction in/tin!, erratum of these taws Si DISC f

Every American at birth In. endowed with a heritage far greater
than family name or fmtnno. It is the inherilanc'eufxccralour; freedomsIn 4, GRINDER! ';

-: With Your the bestowing/ those. .'e are {proclaiming our faith in1 the dignity
of: mind and spirit In man We are expressing the belief f that all men 8V

are endowed with freedom of worship. fn-edoin of expression freedom: I
Loyal Patronage from want and freedom from fear, at children of Cod. IT SANDS!
The"rights, and privileges! belonging to the citizens of the different IT DRILLS! GUILD SAW

and Support. | nations of the win Id present a standard foot judging these nations.However IT GRINDS! IT POLISHES! It's beouf yl And It earn a. .
because"" ours Is Ihe most nearly perfect System. we cannot S to Units/ fast manhounofhand MndinKdrudsery
all the Guild Sand
Inn *
alre. *tune at
Vc are Celebrating g afford! to judge our' righteousness by that of other countries. Ratherwe Her happier*s a I the;ft whol.that left" 'roundl nrBMI You kno rmtnenare. n emoothi down glued jointe ran '
must judge! our degree of righteousness by that of Almighty Cod And tin entire family cut wee It. strong (or a sliest fitQuild and nniihet furniture and woodwork n
Second .. the Porter.Cs !S 4 free doors that Kick ramoree
Our Porter Cable Due Or nderpoliihet
If do dolt will never become and satisfied with things The
we WT smug car, furniture, linoleum attly that-pr call paint and varnish Maine and,
of I Ir the way they are Nor will we become so self-centered and weak brass your, etc Hasa special spot .sharpens too'a,
Christmas that oirr nation will mimic( tine degradation of the Roman Empire. chuck for accessories like drills udpaint Does more? the
IIlaw this wonderful; heritage of the American "" ...... It V,">. m".'. It ripe and Croft! Tilts for f
years . ."'J
tile .
You. Scorn and
ice to atone glass bevels up to 49 w
will be into the hands of fm IAfe-keel'ing.
passed my
people dnlle holes la wood and metal raises fur rote r from a
Our hands must get a firm grasp on this! goldon heirloom and strive The motor on the 'brler.Cab' ehtola/awd doing, The Porter Cable Guild Strider
(fit fuultWy preserve and dextrously polish ft I toily pray they will Disc! (}rind_ U twice, a. powerful* notchlnf, gr wes only weighs only 9 Ibs. Require no skill
j .
u moat machine hi 6"due III 6r/c I Iba. Has o1 grip, er
bell ba)
be careful; enough and( skillful enough 1....... Spindle has a nigh.load lock twitch ,eitandopni n. or chanted practm la Just Abrasive a few nwnrle can It i j
rWcs -From Thomas table's "The. Crfsii). take thrust of Teeth fully .4.
( : __ bearing,U wearing the tool any man can toss on let Joba
m dnlluiion around the home lo bis home a
rl4WN.PATMIHT as hl job,
Sincerdry Extend l $59 :
$49 ,
,001.,0e.. $44

jfee/m 5 of the/ Se on The Ideal ChristiMn, Gift Miracle: Se Table and

Seats tarry i ijFike a suitcase -.open amulet it up

in a minute: -..;- sal for beach parties, kiddie parties

:, P J., ARNOLD and ALICEOwners 'ARNOLD evyCGf and picnics f ;, .. .. .. .. .a .. $24.95

; GREA )

> add Lumber & Supply Cost Cis ,'l

At Jensen Beach Bridge Phone 66or :' ,
Ray Robertsoa

Phone D55t 2J "' ) >>" & Jai-t.

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t, ,I WIVES SURF GIRL Palm NewsBy AUSTRALIA POFl'tATION CHURChU Of CHRIST. SCIENTIST 'cap' tin*, 5Ndti ;M; ..... .-,0 rpMcSNs tk.Nn" -... s
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CANBERRA. CAP Australia's rn.d
LCOlOLISM |M M rf Troth to ever .t*.di. epil'atrd w". 111I".11''
A population at June 30.1947, was .t Ik* Lose-.rw..hirl win, i ..:. .
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il', .H"ullr Tmt4 WHITE Wlrt CROSS 0... Wnk Of |1..,l itellaetletl. 7,671,15. ThU la the final fig-. b tknu. will....la HOSPITAL SON IS BURN ure shown after the count: of II
Wnl For t for. "'Ta.: !: .
"" the census taken on that date. : c ( I. tit.tM
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210 C..I A. -OI |t. r. ,nbw FIe -- -- rsd I mwtlTta.kit .l.t.'taU. I. UKUi
1 1'E not possible. She expects to return b c5e_S.P..5..r ew Cud. :d.wus :.1)i' i a c Guee ;..
r ( ZC' TO MEILANDERS home for the holidays '1M ....._.bt............ \I. .. ..... .. e #,
somewhat Improved. She U N. flll.Io A..5Mr .10 .0.6.
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bedfast and unable to set .m.>.... .. Tk... klnxtoni. at bas K.
1 many .
; 05 W. >*>M> a w.wr. took.n4
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qCHIS CITY Visitors. lid tai tknn uvr>* of !L till
The Woman's Club of Palm tin.whohl mu .h......d". (M...Ia.. 1 till
I I'I *
r City' Is Sponsoring a Christmas Th. U...i-SwmHi >lM lMhi' ._ ...
party on Christmas Eve at 1 at .. Ux..'.Chrini.
{ Mr and Mrs pan Went are .rte.eb.a 8 MM HrahkWHk
,i iR the home'of Mrs. LeVerne Van K., t. tk. StrlM. ._." W III.."
.1yyy grandparent of t .-lb., 1-ot. Ness. All children and parentsof akw KtH4\. Mt IkU/ ...U* M.< :
j T AS boy, James Warren Mellander moral wilt ro "": fa.t.lline tae EON
Palm City Farms are Invited. mmi4 .ppMrtix ta t W. rwl of tk* Ki/g SIGNS
'!j4 T l'1xn I l born to Mr. and Mr W. L. Uel- : I .
lander December 15 at the Ash- .
STU RT FURNIT RE CO. tabula, Ohio, hospital Mr*. D.iaue
Mellander la the former Marjo-
,t> rle WenU. At the present time
'" J B. Mirmchke they. Uve at Geneva Ohio, where! Qj

r ,; t tI Mellander wedding U employed.The of'Russell. Day, ,a API ii.c ii.

,I, { w tw. ?A'aflj 14 r chief warrant officer, U.a Army
.Et and Miss Helene M. Lundgrenof
1':1"ttj): Hollywood Calif has been c\ A1i
jr announced by his mother, Mrs.
j/ 'Anna B. Day. The ceremony
r .1' 1' p1I took place December 11 at Rockville easy k
Md The Rev. William B.,
3.I q Adams, a Baptist minister and
( / ,I a former Army chaplain, of ficl- ,
ated. The bride was attendedby i

t I e In a close Washington friend, D.Their C., at homeIs 733 9T1Tif1S I .R er King

(V It, Quebec Place. N.W, I w >f
IAH't' Word has been received here AND AFF f fRAY
j from The Rev. Ruth Sergeant
; Beat a former pastor of the
'ij'\ Palm City church. Mrs. But Is'' 4j\
known here as Mrs. Ruth S. r 1 1Larmee IIEID + A. C. BELL
A mt board beach, and since the death 0f.I. .
Mr.Larmee: she has been preach'
llonlea, ,
Santa Gilif. forms a
I bull g round for Marpicrile greeting Ing In Kansas.Is signed Her"Rev.Christmas and Mrs.C. .J 1 J CONST CE 'E. ,IOHNS0N HELEN, KING

I Ghthman Ktf fillll.. William Bast," which Is per- Sy '.5 4
haps the first word here of her I
i STATE IN SELECT FEW marriage. Best wishes go to her :
MRS. KA I WITHOUT' SALES TAX and Mr. Bast. Her address )8)
LEONARD i -' Box 11, Cromwell. Iowa "
Florida Is one of only alx States Mrs. L. 1. Murphy and slstef, FLORIDA,
Carlton Hotel I* in the Union to have neither Income Mrs. Matlle Watson, arrived at MARTIN COUNTY
nor sales. tax,a report from the Murphy .home Monday from j
oi .m. eaim ic Altoona, Fla. Mrs., Sabra Crow 1
4 r the Florida Taxpayers' Association '
shows. The other five are their mother, who fell recentlyand 'I \ "Where Tropical Florida -Begins
New Jersey, Nevada, Maine. Nebraska suffered a broken hip, was 1
and Texas.In brought back with them and
win,be cared for by them here
the 39 States having an Income j
KI at the Watson homeat ANEW
and later
; tax the rate I ranges from l' She MASTER IMPULSJ
Homestead.( reportedlystood
1 1F to ai high as 15 per cent in North
Dakota and 10 In Mifln lIOta, Of the trip very well. .J
1 \ the 27 States having sales taxes Mrs. Mary Foster entered
the rates range from 1 to 3 per Martin County Hospital Monday I BEHIND YOUR 1949
J cent. An amendment. to the for rest and observation. Christmas
Florida Constitution prohibits a wishes go to her from many
State Income tax and every Governor friends here for speedy recovery
elected since 1932. Including i MARTIN BOUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
F Oovernor-elect Fuller War Mrs May Wallace-, who recently i 1
ren has stated opposition to a entered the New York
sales tax, City Hospital. East River and
f10 70th SI there. U still Christmas receiving wishes treatment -1 i, Aggressive, Definite and Positive

go to her from her many friends "

here.Mr and Mrs. C. A. Mills spent J "" PROGRAM OF WORK '
Monday at the home of his: .
niece, Mrs. Myrlln Mead. He U:
1 brother E. Mills who
visited reo a eel ago. ,I i With a spiritmf accomplishment, the Chamfler pledges itself

Jacobs Also and on Monday Alford-,McCoy Clarence of I I to work for%e Developme nt of a New jparttn County. -
Ashtabula OhIo. and Howard
McMllIlan of Dorset. Ohio, visit I :' 7\MAJOR /
ed at the Mead home after a ; PROJECTS
is We Wish You Every Christmas Joy visit in Sanford with
And May '49 lie a Glad New'VearI parents.A : Jacobi'I I WHAT YOUR CHAMBER OF COM/ERCE CAN AND

1 I' 1 ft ( For You! Merry 'hrietmasid Rev.Wallace Christmas H.Sterns sermon'was by given the l! WILL Ifo FOR YOU AfiD HOW '

a. 3TUART SEA FOOD MARKET A was Sunday a joint here. carol-Evening service service by I: Solid, Sure-Fire Rea ns why YOfR] organization needs

8 His New Year church and Sunday. School., [OUR SupArt. '
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Johnson The Sunday School enjoyed IU''
'rom Christmas tree and presents lastnight 1.. HOSPITALITY AND TRADE P MOTION -

Mr, and Mrs. C.'M. Htgbee and! Immediate effective act oV to exvand and promote all of MartinCounty's
daughter Betty Mrs. Oat Whitley -1 Trade Area. L i .
E both I
Waterfront and Mrs. Ethel Rlffley j
;',,1 Properties ,of Virdln, Ill, spent'. December Forceful sponsorship of comrminfty wide COURTESY, to increase

Along the Indian and 6t Lucle rivers and Vbe Sound. I 15 In. Miami.Mr. and Mrs. : R. T. Wortham the popularity of ALL OF M% TIN. COUNTY COMMUNITIES,
Ocean Fron.... and son Bobby, spent Tuesdayin as trading centers.
Fort Fierce hone 748 West Palm Beach. ,i

J. /.lark Jo\\stone home V. V.from Worthham the Veterans'has returned; Hos I 2. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPM T

r II' .pltal In Memphis. Preparation of an industrial Jurvey\or immediate action which will
10 France Apts. Stuart Mr.and Mrs.Douglas Leighton 1
visited Mrs. Stella Brown Satur- provide small prospective business an industrial firms will complete
Phone 238-11 day In Good Samaritan Hospital information about suitable artin CoVity areas and availabilityof
West Palm Beach. Due to
I former Illnesses operation was) plant sites. Improve tie attitude W good-will toward new

I business and small indu ry ..OFFE \EVERY INDUCEMENT

? + 1 1.I I to bring in new manuf turing plants Ad new enterprises, thus

Speed ThrillsD creating ALL. YEAR P YROLLS. A Ion range housing program.

Foster long-range plaining for new bridge and development of

G RACING the ocean beaches i V '


Starts at The .. Progressive coope tion with City and COunt\ Officials in efforts >

to establish/more adequate parks and p\"g.round. .
G PALltfBECHKENimLUB Clean upVhe St/Lucie and Indian Rivers for ''cVivenient" fishing *
I .
..I for, our tourists. Winter 'Festivals of wWater % orts, sailing
.Ir .1 and speed-boay racing. \

w Y .t0 I 5. AGRICULTUjfe \

JANI110thrillinAes10 Encourage a icuIture developme and ranches.: ; Enlargement of

our poultry Jhdustry, our local markets demand:


I AdvancemAit of present educational facilities" and! \ rage-

(Nightly EiMpt 'S\ay) ment forfheir enlargement.. V

Listings pt Improved and Unimproved rtes POST -TI E '
,Throughout Martin To eco micalIy, but 'efficiently, advertise and promote' Martin

,r County Quini'el Every Race Counter every way possible. Render courteous and friendly sera
1I t ACRZAGSI IRANCfU 1 vice dfily 'to our members who ARE THE CHAMBER OF ,COM
Bewails Plot RIver-to-Rlvcr Doublf ,
Mi rtt' rUe Daily 1st and 2ndl, aces MERCE. ,
Jupiter Islaad Oeeaa-&e-1o..4 EiUU* MUa,
No mi ors admitted OARD OF DIRECTORS.,




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(iiiwiiiniinmiiiiiiiii'iiiimiiiiiiiniiJEASON l 1 1 1 1 l AGE NINETIFN II
j Coded Message I COW IN SWANK '
Operations BERLIN BAS' NEW STORIES I broke hi* neck. A salary sack "Why did you say '"yes,* SU-
G yourself a Chetst pre.. BERLIN. (AP-Western) Berliners feu on his head i
se a gftt Of o rtunity, Now Being Modernized are chuckling over the.e I And the telephone ID the asked lie''was' asking ma !
Solida Iml is a time totK 1 t two new stories going the | Kremlin rang Stalin observedi If had told -no replied Molo- '
sel thu a In a rest I -- round of beer places i I Molotov answered The caller tOY. !; )
pay wl lie U. S. Army : By CLARKE: BEACH "Hay vow -heard that Hen spoke fc
ss4 U. S. A e. Aetfce life, 1 In a pumpkin on his Maryland nlcke is dead?"' (Henhlcke if the I "No," said Molotov. Again hespoke Once considered S IS fer 101, '
gaciUng WOe avestigat. sow.aCo emmenL WASHINGTON. (API Oov the farm and then turned over to j I' miner the Russians tout at beIng No,* said Molotov.. "No peck cypresi Is now among the
I TPtographers got a House On-American, Activities rewarded for increasing :' "
no Again he ipoke Yea. laid ,
bad highest lumber
priced the
a idg.W I I decoded Jolt when messages hey had learned been taken that- Committee'might priceless clue to have foreign furnished -j 3v his production-500 per cent). "He !Molotov and hung up market. pn

Palm each I from the State' Department code experts Y
traiatng. retire (lies In U3T and 1938 Jot Coded
Tecb Lree delivery message sent by radio I
pe an. Secerlty the JuiniiiiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiH- to Russian agents. or cable are easily I Intercepted by'Interested I'
I'- I The microfilmed documents governments, Ithey I I qrM
..which Whit Laker Chamber hid can get possession of the same' a

tt-(--tC- --t(-- t( ttite: a messages long way decoded toward; utej'breaking:can an go! MERIIYrTr

Vu EnJoy Good Food, Fast Courteous Borne entire code system ]
One or even several messages .d
Enjoy Youriristmas might not do It A great many
U ,
must usually be obtained and
over a long period of time for r
lit "* Dinn 8 codes are frequently 'alternated CHRISTMASand
-hourly,dally: monthly (year-
!y. .,'
But any decoded message
At The might fill In the final gap In a ,+
i code-breaking Job which. might a
have been going on for years. k ,
LucieMENU Grili Breaking American codes
would have been much easier : '
before the war than now Early J4s. H-APfY :1
In the war the State Departmentand :
armed service began to '
ftEggnog \ Stuffed Celery f Olive make a widespread use of code
Pick machine.' with these a great
a Watered
it many more, code systems can be NEW EAR lj
g'c iato Juice Cocktail] employed, and they can be Lady Enid Jones, (left) and her daughter, Uwram, tote Flora -
,\.m of ChI,1.O. changed more frequentlyCode bell,i, a Jersey cow, for, a wall III Hyde Park Gitt, exclusive Loin]m f
Waldol Salad tfr Garden J .Ildd -making and code-breakIng reiiilehtiiit section in which Winston Church Ihes. The cow was .
Road Tom'Mrkejr with Oyatf Drawing) U an age-old war between brought to London from a farm by Lady Enid to supply her hmiw w
and mlranberry; Sau 3 lyuts.: huld and tliose of her nciglilxn-s with (fresh milk Make Reservations For I Im
,. .
codes and the latter try to
I Virginia Baked III A with Oran, Currant Sauce break them.American. Practically any code can be NEW CURE* i f
Half FrW Spring f'Meken cryptoanalystsachieved broken say the experts, If you I 6\ NEW YEAR'S ARTY ,i I
VfgetabA:.Choice Jf Two a a gigantic victory when have enough time and a large I UVfNOSTON, Mont. (AP -- I,'
they broke the Japanese and enough staff But I it isn't practicable : Mrs O. T. Osen of Big Timber 1'1'
Cream Whipped' potAei. Jpresh Frozen Peas Iij Oerman codes before World War when codes are being and her brother, Pete Egeland TOMMY SA V :+ j j'I
Candied Yama Cr nri Cauliflower It II What they had done was re- changed frequently: Also there were hustling her son, Albert, to I '
vealed In the CongressionalPearl are only a Umlted number of
f 4I 4
Buttered Summer S<*ash Garden Spinach II a hospital for treatment of an
Harbor Investigation in experts who can be put to workon I
}Home ,Made Rolls Attr Coffee or let T,'a 1S43 any one problem. appendicitis attack. Theli auto
Your Choice of V they devised a machine which i like those! of Roger Bacon 13th Mrs Own suffered head injuries I
Mince v.lUpUrd I
Sauce decoded messages that might, Century philosopher, have never and Egeland's back was hurt so a !
Pump'\ Pie have lost the war for the Japanese -' been deciphered I !they required treatment at the
Cocoanut Layer Cake M Strawberry Short Cake 1! Next to the atomic bombproject I I The experts distinguish 'between hospital. Albert not only escaped 4 ;
to to'IS'
In the wreck but
It was prrhtip the mostsecret code and cipher writings.Code injury
fi 1 S of I On U S 1
Ice Cream Jft County le ,
Fruit Cocktail } operation of the war. writing strictly speaking all signs of the appendicitis had t
RUSTY gCOTTON With the machine> our government U based on handbooks contain- vanished by the time they had n A '
it '
learned of Japanese preparation -I ing words or letter groupings reached the hospital. '/I
>> ) i i i. )a)("'i).d m.'a.. for the attack on Peart I which have hidden meanings "
Harbor and facts about Jap Clphers.are devices by which prefer ciphers since the key Is 5Ie
Naval activities which led to I hidden meanings are expressed in the operator's mind and can
our victories In the Coral Sea In a plain text or a meaningless not all into the enemy s hands. .
and at Midway It directed US, I jumble of letters,or figures. Higher headquarters however ,
MERRY/CHRISTMAS subs In attacks on Jap convoy I The machines,now in use-of use code books or machines
It revealed the messages from which scores have been Code messages are also widely ;
the Japanese ambassador In Berlin ed-are based on both patent-I used In finance and trade, primarily 6' celunluyvv
sometimes telling what Hitler -< Like calculating machines, they because code words save WINE
had laid of his war, plans do the job quicker and more space and money in wire and ,
The Japanese didn't change 'accurately than people could dowith radio transmission Most of :
their code all during the war. It pencil and paper them are based on code books C z '
would have been difficult for The Navy makes wide use of In general circulation. Some F ,
them to do so because of the code books-bound In lead so companies however, have cryptographers : I. '
complexity thetf lag.age, that they can be thrown over< devise special codes
Whatever might have been board In case a ship U captured for them. They pay as much as
; learned of the American: documents code- or .sunk Al'I11lea.'n;' _the field $100,000 for one code system ;)(:1 )i :
through the
would" have benefited'a 1 t; )i J'i )i )( )(:t( ) (:' :j ja W:f al n s, w 3wf .w.I(w wy ;i m ia a n as ;w i tClaa .. 4 4fl
foreign power only for a' limited I .
time since even then we changedour McITyNI ft
code systems at Intervals a ,
Infinite precaution*. moreover
S CAN BE yovRS.T01 are taken to keep coded messages a'ft. -' fl

K Ceiee .A.. ....... .dr.. O.y secret A first principle code i' Christmas d
ICATO5 f..m III to let a copy of the i
Is never
...,. .
ied.y. C ..r..d.rw e"p iii a.Iwr 4,A. 00 to be attached to or /
wreme M. HT laW..mr. e .N I sod the same
to. 5 Thn h r. Identified with 1j And A
teem tidal d"rm rdd. ..* .... N p.... ...."* For highly secret I 't'a
messages, the code 1 11 as complex I

as possible of a whole requiring series of the ciphers solution Happy NMv. Year U a

is' txeatss cavlstx or code before the message can ,

GOAT CW ANV. NC. MI/M5. HOIID be read In the clear.code rooms are
MOOUIJ.U rrrnrrrrrnA5TECIA the Personnel most carefully screened of To All Qtur Friends in Ma Jin County klo
any And a great effort Is madeto .

ARGAINI! Practically new Emancipator Dem- keep the personnel turnoveras ft / d ,
%iwtr tor available at a big Saving! well low paid as.possible and well The cared for. HAYH6 MOTW CO. i ifi i

A large number trf systems are
R. F.WILEYEmancipator employed. SOme !are simple,
when the Intention Is only to atI 1 1I i
Phone 18
temporarily prevent the general Dewey y
Boat Sales public from learning the content -
of message. Some of the most Ka )r-Frazerealer) I
a blazoned
: *The tree
one-time codes, 4I ; ,
Slua Fla. Phone 290. Residence; 314 Important are a
'understood by only a few persons
and never used but once ':.''h )i );' ); j with bright II l\its and
_. _
1C'( )''ea'fdlHilOI/LtWai; ; ; 'a'/p.;)' )ILrloagf); sef-:a.a-' C !(tCt(!( ti'C-- ,(P.( 'C I k' '
ii/1/iI'/LI'1 :
tinsel '
aji' shiny ,Is o e-

1 f fI o ALL 'OUR FRIENDS IN MARTIN COUNTY j| 8 ) It Rtt old symbol ol\hc

I f t!
a 4
I "" ', e w Yuletide seaso

RI '

1 I I f fI 5'5'f I a i I if May your'sift Fr "t ieJ 4

f fi s a

i i I Ii f fI .J! 1 rMer Ia ,Y ; ,, ,t Yule tree be a year df true
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I f fI \ n /
I A and{ ess, I
[ i a -- peace riapp

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Fpnds and NeightorjMre, Ii IiSen Traso :Manufacturing COoI'

Wishes\ ,
A RY CHRISTMAS < Ieartiest Best r ,
Holiday Happiness! ;
: : Venetian Blinds '
Marvin H. Rowell, and FamilyFURNITURE t .

J e Mosley 'I I' Fort Pierce :.j I

r OWfLL: COol ) PLUMBING-8 8&Ji"a tC. _? tC 11s

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ftlliJiJ BiMflfr im

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r q.F;" 'i "!'!'\1"'iI'i" \(,., 1''P1'1'7' \ r'' \ i\1I''I"' ,,' ,, >O;"'''' '''''''''''''''!Ir'w''!!
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; Ivw'7 si 1 rti it Indian River DriveEickelberger Scores Are Saved disposal, for consultation, a faclUUe aboard merchant! ahlp! STATISTICS GIVEN
I InternattonalUatlon
group of 40 doctors and special On was for The report from the bureau
11 I By{/ Radio'Medical tats, all of whom give their services of medicine chests,. Ship*. .of rital statistic In the State Board at
May we drop in free. lOIN nation he said, have onlya I of Health shows then"" 53

a moment to My', Blackburn Center/ in Rome When a ship ask for help la a restricted quantity of medicine i marriage Martin County ajid In ti' dhtiftJ,!!; in
the first
caw which is beyond the mas and drugs, and those of other month of 'v... Births 10
Vows Exchanged Sunday ROME (AP)-Scores: of lives tera medical knowledge, *a specialist tarry product; unknown In moat lit and death 75. 'nil I latter

I I :- have been saved at sea by Rome la the disease or injuryInvolved state figures_Includes..six Inlanti
{ By MRS. ViVA C. ROAT _
\ERRYHRSTMt / j little known International Radio radios his advice to thj -
The house 8t
Irt' I parish of Mary'sEpiscopal
lc White gladioli. asparagus fern, Church in Stuart Medical Center (CIRMlProf ship. In many cases, when the
+ |i- 1 palms and lighted candles I in festive decorations lot :: Ouldo Oulda, director of sailor 1 I. too seriously ill, Medrad
| J I formed a background for the I entertainment that John the, 'Medrad as merchant advises the muter to transfer
J i manage of Will Frances Blackbard Ensey gave Dee. 15 at'' t:30 :1 Vavy centers call it, says his organisation I him to a passenger ship or put
i ... 'the ,Intermediate class of o, founded In 1035, has into the nearest port where he
Ad+, a i daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
given free medical advice to
I of which he 1* teache'Be can get hospital treatmentSimilar
span u ; | George A. Blackburn of Indian longing to this collective !hundreds of merchant ships services exist In the

Palm ..I, | I River Drive, and Rand J, Elckel- are Bob Shrigley Dais Hudson, asking for help_ H!..has_ at his trailed States<< Belgium, Britain
wy.ht.1 11 I berger, eon of Mr. and Mrs Peter Barr, Benny and John Sweden and Norway Argentinaalso
fac1U1,; 4 4albly tnlpgslo 1 Hamll Fulton and,, John and Alvin Hen- sons, John and Benny, for a ha organized a special I
t good 5
gs And to wish yod oil ton. dry, Jr.Games. trip to Palm Beach Saturday\ medlcl service for ships in South 1Ma
4S Atsl ;j. of Life during the oiidolt Season.S 3 day evening In the First Meth4 j I and aa exchange of Mr and Mrs Warner Lewis I Atlantic. The advice .is mostly
r I I odlat Church, Fort Pierce, the I ChrUtmai IUtI'were given from Tampa are spending the broadcast by coastal radio centers
a !ERA, Alley, pastor Of the.church, prominence and notable were .holiday season with Mrs. Lewis'' I .
j officiated the Holiday decorated refreshments sister-in-law and brother. Mr. Some other services Professor
*' 3 program of nuptial music Ensey was assisted by and Mrs, Robert Melton, Of El Oulda' says have the inconvenience !-
c 1 was rendered by Mrs. Cary Myers" his mother, Mrs. E. R. Ensey, his drecTMr. j of not using the proper
.1| aho also accompanied Miss sister, Mrs. Fred Mattox, and his arid Mrs. R Brotsch and language Moreover, requests
children from Port" Pierce were the*" receive are turned Over to >;lectr
r Betty Sue "The aunt Mrs. Barbara person and aunty o.JOIIN .
:, 5 : Lord'* :y'1'Love You Mrs a D. Fulton Sunday visitors of Ma]. and Mr*. I the hospital nearest tb.6 radio J
J : Truly. : Mr and Mr: Clarence Jones A. 8 O'Brien In Walton The elation There It is examined by KELLER
J Given In marriage by, her8V and Mrs Jones' mother, :Mrs Brotschs were former Walton the doctor on duty; who leaveswhen
STUA DEPT. STORE r father, the bride was gowned in Maude Fahan, ot West Palm residents his tour .Is over Thus the
9 Mr, and Mrs E. R be treated day
white siipper-sa-tltt featuring a: Beach, motored to Ankona for a Ensey spent patient may every
It I'" fitted basque with weskit effect visit with Fletcher Russell recently Sunday In Miami to see Ensey's I by a different doctor With Rome
it rVt | Akmcon' lace outlined the yokeas Mrs Fahan remained: mother, Mrs. George F. Ensry medical center, the doctor who
who\ taken from her homeIn first for the patient,
'of Italian net and the fOunded here for a number of day; be : was prescribes '
i! neckline The shirred sleeves tore returning to their winter I Tropic to be with her daughter follows him throughout his 11nesa. \
Mrs A. H. ,'In'}, .
-1 I dipped to points over the hands residence there This: being their flamt'l
Mrs her, hoe, Quid a advanced
I Professor
: The partially fathered skirt fell first winter 'in Florida '
r they r"a
t( ] .
VC : t'a'w lC
a Ia'o i into a long graceful court train. were entranced by the beauty I -- a-broken- hip. torn-__, -Ideas- -- .-to "Improve.- ..-. -.medical--. .
.19.! I i Her fingertip Illusion vets! was of Indian ,Rive f Drive' and expressed -
1 attached to a tiara of seed a wish they had seen
'; II j |, pearls and sequins She carried this section before settling In Itl
," '' ; an arm bouquet of polnsettlas. the more'congested area lo'
j The bride's only attendant was years Mrs. Fahan was a memberof
'I''I'r 'I" matron of honor Mrs John the Russell' family In Des
\ I ,, Jones. She wore a formal pale Moines, Iowa.

I PCrece an* also carried Mr, and Mn John Donal Encey -
'a f fr : polnsettla of Walton spent Friday and
-. ,I/, Cheery Liljfc Message I, .uJier of the bride chose a Saturday with Mr En ey'*
I I II II I continental green crepe withQ'gold mother, Mrs. Faye Bllllnfton, at s1Derr
I 1 i sequin trim Her corsage Vero Beach. Saturday evening

I : I.I I. to wish you ',: was The yellow reception pompons was, held ,1n there dinner was la a mingling the Bill; Ing of ton relativesat home FNA hr

q'the home of Mr. and Mrs R. C; followed by a theater party,
,, Boynton on the Drive where I
l lI (M n Cirfrlatse If
I: &a.foi
I Iti around 50 guests extended con- Coming from the Mary. Hardln 1
gratulations to the bridal pair. Baylor College at Belton, Texas,
/<*" I"u eaWess,
nu> /
MERRHJ For this the house! was radiant where ,she I* a student was Miss $
t in decorations of air plant, and Anne Fort who .la spending the sincere eppecia>
I sea grape that had been painted Christmas holidays, with her ye/our ;j

and sprinkled with crystal parents, Mr and :Mrs t., H. Fort i
h Ai relation-
1 HlSJffiHS S S'q snow Crystal and white lighted of the Drive.Complimenting. I in of our pletuinl
", ii !Its taped were used in profusion '
through the rooms and on the their house I end extend 01m ion( May this be llk i! happiest

1" IJ, I a lace-covered centerpiece table of white that flanked gladioli Lewis guests,from Mr Tampa and Mrs.:Mr and Warner Mrs I I sins r fc ryWrune's jdaryChrielmss Christmas of you\ire ,

SI and ferns Table service was also Robert Melton of Eldred enter- j and '49 the best NeXYear
crystal .
I tained Friday evening with contract
Quest book was presided over j
bridge Quest for the occasion r
;; I II lyq by Mrs Llpscy Henderson and I were Mr and Mrs. Walter I
I assisting the hostess In .."InS'was Cochrane, Dr, and Mrs J. AOatlin. j
I I Miss Marie Absteln. L. FULEO D
i Mr and Mrs Chester Pharmr
I 8 AnthonyV Economy Jrocery 'The bridal couple left for a iD. Coley, Mr.' and Mr, Lane j ,
: trip to Florida resorts. For traveling i Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van j
Mrs. Etckelberger chose a
Mr. and Mrs Edmon
iii o:, 1 black gabardine. suit with whites Burn Seggern,and Mrs. Helena l LowriePrize : j The Staft'rwwfCCfiie's Everything ib RhaIL"stMob
it: I i accessories. =.: : award went to Mr and j
-- Mr*. Cochrane Yuletide reIreshmente
t i Attending the Informal Pelican I Ii 'aa w 4'vi xe o sa a'wna w w w1w
t tata e ietata topped the evening
a I Yacht Club) Saturday
\I' l le 'vP. ni4atvlaj night were Mr, and party Mrs R A. i Mr and Mrs- Fred R Reynoldsof I -S< 5C CJ-S @. t( tIt-t t (S tffCiSifS&iSS eie< Eden are leaving today for. f. AHere's
.1 Merton and their house guests, *
Canal Point to visit! Mr. and I If' .
At v Mr. and Mrs Warner Lewis, '
I Mrs. R. L Cray, Reynolds and ,
from Mr. and Mrs
I hrr In the general merchandising t R
I Oray ;
i Jennings, Mr. and Mrs Edmond j
[ business on Conner'sHighway.
Burn, Mr, and Mrs Troy M. .
Their store Is locatedon :
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Deal, Mrs Ethel Hutchinson. and i .
W. L. RubleMrs. I a plot of ground that sold J
for less than $1 an acre becausethe t tI
W T. Taylor and Miss
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I !! et't '. I Qlade then was considered i
;,... ... Elizabeth Talbott from Buck-
qg) below sea level and could never I
hannon W. Va. have been visitors -
v /.1 l\ In Marianna, the home of I Inherited be drained from The Reynolds'acreage father was, I IReynolcta' ','.
b Mr and Mrs Walker LIddon on I Ii
1 \ ,.) 1\ hobby I II fishing. In i I'
the Drive The women were former -
,, d dj the put few days he has been 1
; I schoolmates of Mrl.Uddon. ,
1 i bringing 30 and 40 fish, most*
I r.
I Mrs Taylor former teacher In ,
'the Mutucheon schools in New' ly N( lj
I, : Jersey left her for Fort Lauderdale Recent guest in the t. Rynskl I
where she will spend home at Eden were Mr. and Mrs 1 i
I :: I the season Miss Talbott re- Joseph Wehr' from rrltor L. j J J .JJ JJJkit I
) lmaJ I malned until Dec 19 when she and Mr and Mrs. Paul .
z t 1 I returned home While here they I from Huntington, L.L'The Ryn- -
were entertained at a number skis will have their daughter, '
I of Informal affairs, among them Miss Helen Rynskl., from Palm
i being a luncheon and a dinner I Beach with them tomorrow eve- ,
at the Indian Hill Golf and ,, ning to remain over the Christmas ) ?4tp1ckIUh Xciyt
I Country Club, given by their week-end.
if.LOCUM'S hosts, the Liddons.I I Charles Develln from Minneapolis -
and Walter Van Fosseri I
I Members of 4-H Clubs of the of Ankona were guests on \
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community will render a program -I Fletcher. Russell boat for a 5.7
of Christmas tongs from fishing trip Saturday, They reported *
the stage of the Sunrise Theater catching 00 pounds of
tI I' TUE SLQCUMSto In Fort Pierce tonight at 8,30. Its sheephead, snapper and grouper -
f fj fr ft under the musical direction I ,
of Mrs. Walter F. Cochrane. Assisting Mr, Barbara Person of Eden
1 her is. Mrs. Barnes D. MIn was joined In Stuart by her sister --.1
1 >.>')j ,)at){ )a t )a). [ and Mr:* George Blackburn: \ Mrs. B. D, Fulton sndherG .
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..1d itBreue I I by person Bant*would, This be com remembered Park and Mrs Iowa M.: Mr I. and Thomsen Mrs Walter, Lake cottage Klmes of Present Dr and Mrs, A. B Stuart at !the last regular meet.. after their artval) ; Laura Dless I

.13 mltt e included Jessie Von Zell T. Schlapkohl, Round Lake, Mrs. Maynard were Mr. and InC were Myrtle Puck, Nellie i and 'Granddaddy Hokes i ROTARY CLUB "

-3n foried Christmas Program I I Oerda Jones, Mrs A(. ... Hoat Mich.:/Mr. and Mrs.. L. F. Slevers. Andrew Flteslmmona Smith and Mrs.guest Leo, Arndt Bryant and, Jessie Clara Horst, Emma FM radios; the magnificent new Job I 'TUART N. 5.. 4":
ling College Part, OS; Mr. and Mrs Hare, Mr Vaught Hilda Ralph Terrlo r" CHISHOL."l
Mrs Bob Seal Mrs. Eliza- and Mrs. Charles Hall, Costello Is now doing cleaning t 4. 1
10d ieduled'Tomorrow I beth McNabb Hank Walters Atlanta; Capt Mr and Mrs J. McLardy: Mr. for the doing knitting up the Jensen Beach, cemetery. + i'p: JOHN. F ..
Night Mrs. Geneva and Mrs. E. Locke worthy cause, and 1
and father, and Mrs Joe McNamara and'Mr other And a Merry: Christmas to all I I ,. GROna Q
or '' Dies, Olga Kellls, ,Mrs O B !Fortescue N.J.; Mr and Mrs and Mrs William Peet. knit women who would like to from :your correspondents, \ 1WE I \
?>Mte ZOU8WAETHOUT -- -- --g---I I Tatum Mr.. M, Hedlund, Mrl Spike Fleldhouse Brecksvllle I at home should see Clara : I
trice Dow ,' Ruth Cleft I Mrs Merlam Arnold Ohio: Mr. and Mrs 8 J. Young Gasoline Alley I Vaught Next meeting will be r'
musie :
; Of Duguay Virginia.
Brown- Bry- Jan. 5 tram
: To th carols which 'Mrs. Sally Krowarg and Char- Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs IOn to New Orleans a.m. to 1 pm
by 'air
A be played over the loud ridge. I lotte Patterson John '0. Abbott, Worthington, "She undergo ,where originally: down from Owasco, STUART ", I
f er system. more than 400 A mixed chorus ot 17, under j| Mrs. William! Mlddleton.wlll be Ohio; Mr. and Mrs R.McNullln, I at Tulane wJU University an examination clinic Mra.N. T.. for a few weeks, Mr and COMMISSiR U -- Junk;

t Breeze Park the direction of Bob Nuner will I In charge of preparation and St, Louis, Mo; Mr, and Mrs I Miami; Mr and Mra. Maynard To Earl to buy Brown now have decided wreck an, scrap
, Hall participate with the soloists and I printing of programs. Claude H. Smith, London, Ohio: Smith .nd Frank Babcocfc TO the entire a trailer and spend ular Meeti s d
the: annual stag Christmas carols The chorus I and Mr. and Mrs P. w. Huston, West Palm Beach; Mf'. and Mrs Fred season Their son, copper .
entatOCeaD and< his 0
! wife ban P.2n .
Christmas Despite the been
Houghton Lake Ira
will include Mr, and Mrs approach of the Mich Campbell and MI' and Mr. their recent t
, Jack Carroll I Christmas holidays trailers Bill ? guests nd hWEDN
Mr. and Mrs A B: con- Mlddleton To Orlando: Mr.'and Mrs R.
, j the Hlmes 1L O. Shoup, Charles' firmed Into Ocean: Breeze In a Amid white gladioli and ferns Mr and MfI Fred Wright| to returned to Ocean Reynolds have AYS O RTSSou
I t of gyod fellowship will be Puck, Mrs. wilmot Oadd, steady stream this past week which banked the altar and entwined Mend Christmas with their son a trip to after
,II Jessie Mr"j with a total of 24 the Norris Westmont, N.J on Stuart Hall Dixie '
btene4 tit. I abort program llorst Mrs. registered communion rail, the and Olga Kellj were business hway' !
t tt I ged tdrL Hans Ander- Welsh, Mr and Mrs Otto Ferris which seven' from Michigan 1 led marriage of Betty: Cleffl. daughter called to Chicago suddenly last Mrs. Myrtle Terrlo Fort Pierce F
tt t I e, after thteh the Man in the : Mr' and Mrs, Oaf Ferris. Han Ithe states oarade, Ohio was of Mr. and Mrs. James Clem .1 week by .the serious Illness of Gladys Stevens attended and Mrs. Yublio A W Phone 129
I ri eult/frank 0-1 Hawkfrui) Andenon Mrs Edith with five to William Run*. Jr, of Keans- Norrls. mother who lives there luncheon the aye meaBlsl.
t I appfrr to distribute gift, I. Mrs, Nell .Wilson and New arrivals: Mr. and Mrs, burg, N J.: was solemnized I at Ezra Dltterllne flew down week at the meeting home of of Mrs.OES last ir t ,
,t ttiu F the program win be lJefendorf. Wllllaml'j Karl Thellg and, children, In- St Josephs Church In Stuartat from Schnectady, rf Y, to spend On the St. Lucie, Hilton
f t n. A. B* Hlraes And Wesley tinder the dianapolis. Ind.; Mr and Mrs a,m. Monday: with the Rev the holiday: 'with) his wife, Rose I when 22, attended. near Stuart, Soo ooo--For= -.
ft t t rtver, Mrs. Mertam Arnold i Helen Okerlund, a large Mr.f f. 1iMre,0., Lansing, Mich; T. P. Geary: offIciating. DitterUne Mrs Mike Krltzner r
pianist, and "Qrandaddy'e woman i and L. Buxton, Put-' With Mr. and Mrs Raymond Dr. and Mr Gardner of Cleveland arrived ,
0 be : committee collected 10 Monday: from Niles Mich
!P *e read the Christmas each from those planning cents II ney Vt.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl, 0'Netll as attendants, the bride, are spending the holidays welcomed by a tare She rode WindsS .iil.lRestaurant j I
t P mdteUon! Participating! In! the party; bought gifts to and attend Hermes, Stepney Cortn\ 4 Mr, and who wore a white street-length, with his brother and wife, Dr. I'Mi! Parks old-timers.group" / .an
Mrs Mike ROM Central Lake dress, and carried a of and Mrs R. M.
scene will! be Bea corsage Gardner, of "Mac" and
t ganger wrapped them 1 Gladys
.1t i.t iace4hsgls" i s'sa3sgs_ appropriately... sort I! Mich, Dr, Arnold E Look,Newton carnations and baby breath,, Octal Breeze entertained a arouo of McLarty'rI.nn.. j
Square, Pa.; George Brown! was given in marriage by: her Sunday ,evenIng. -- S '
I ridge Riverdale Mich.; Mr. and| father, James Clem. The bride'sanother honSnorky'\ baltbox: Col. present were the William Among those 1 / / n .
. v Mrs Herm FIsher and daughters, Mrs Ruth Clef fi. worea ,Barnwell and "Tex Tatum Ihe Joe McNamaras, the .
i at'" Vestaburj\!. Mich; O. W. Rhddes black print dress with a corsage -> landing 7S trout on shrimp and Von Zells, the Lorin Bakers Harry FORT PIERCE f |j .,
ii I and K. O Mans, Powell Ohio; of van-colored gladioli plugs (sup river on East Shore); Geneva Diana, Helen Mast The ruslitrman's and
ii i -- A. I Mr. and Mrs L. J. Dutcher, Hills Quests were Mr. and Mrs Em- Doc Barber, with 17 trout caught Gordon Swarthout. and Sportsman's Ueadquartert for II : ,r" '
ii i 6 9 I dale, Mich; Mr. and Mrs. Joe mett Barber, Mr, and Mrs. Roy back of the Island; Steve Stephens GOOD EAT/ U "
i Emeritus' !;. Akron; Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Mr, and Mrs Lawrence and Mack Costello, arriving The Park's Breezing o 0 .
I J Paul Corcoran Rhlnebeck, N..I Wilson! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond from the Inlet with 13 Ibs of The motor cavalcade About which: Q Cope 1 l\As You Are anATyijoy t Our 1' + }
i Y.; Mr, and Mu. Milton & Voor- I ONell, Mr. and Mrs Ed Oker- sheephead: the same Steve toured the Park )e\jcious ,
new- SeaiFood ? ;
i 1 hees, Point Pleasant N, J; Mr. : lund, Mr and Mrs Harry: Von Stephens, with Mrs. Stephen., lyweds William and Betty Run H't
i 1i NCERE GOOD WISHES 1- -" ? I Zell and Mr and Mrs. William boating 159 Ibs of bottom fish Flashy, the Cleft! dog, nipping; fritndly Atm .phere" '

I Talley. near channel marker IK, the the groom on the nose when ,',
i f R ALL THE JOYS OF TOOT SPECIALIST I Following the ceremony and a next day; the Bryant,Bros taking tried to kiss the bride during he Open \ A. M/Ttll{ 9 P. M. *b 5|
i eP motorcade which toured Stuart 150 Ibs, Pie\ \ ,
C hlropodixt same day: same the reception: the rlotious Fort < Nest and Finest 'i|
i N.w Fwt Ptora 111WTo I and Ocean Breeze Park Mr and area; George Watson"with nine mock; wedding" 0 g v' ,
A HAPPY HOLIDAY .. I ; with Oc:::::=:-o'-- \T%'* In riS :" '
R. a .a. raw Mrs Cleffl held open house at whiting, one pompano, one the departure of the Bud Orif ?T? :=: ,\
i FREDERICK T. !a. their trailer croaker, all caught In n!i i
0e P.Jlfrl. the surf tithe for Ohent, Ky. for the ---
i I Mr and Mrs Kurt will honey- on small shrimp. One fish, hOlidays. Signs rice and racket, I /ba.wa.a ; I
i moon at Ocean Breeze until Dec. which broke his rod tip and with 30 friend accompanying
I 27 after which they will be at line 118 thread M-ib. test tend the couple to the train at Stuart : From WMTC Imtw' Joe Marsh '
i relieve home at Keansburg Slurs 1s associated ed fishing for the day. Oeorge Even the train crew entered V *
1t i with firm in Matewan, secret he says, Is to thread the Into the spirit of the thing In ..
i e N J. shrimp on the hook then tie It spite of Mrs Griffith assertion .
t 1tk on with a small piece of cotton the'd been 'I '
r married for SO
, KING'S' UR OI STATION ,i quests ot the week: The' thread; Ed Kendall and Carl : Park Christmas decorations years, In: t;:. Dutch Teller'sBack !i i'f i
Creomuhi, .I Vaprommlvbccatne James Clef Ms, entertaining Work hauled In 45-Ib. trout and a variety: of colors and characters -
, tt R.r, "Kb, Ft seat itihtlmubk Judge and Mrs. William Haaa 40-Jb. jaoka plugging upriver with the big Santa Claus I &: In uXiform .,t'' 1
, mF, sir ::1fry. \\'. ('. King to he,, loot rrd ekpei germ laden of Keansburg: N J., who accompanied from Ed s boat; Col. John Barn head atop the McLardy cabana I
phicjtn, sad 'stun u, vooth and their daughter, Betty to I well and "Tex" Tatum "popcork- probably the most elaborate '
! heal raw, t n/Umtd/ brooch, 1 Ocean Breeze prior to her mar- Ing" In 47 bs. trout; E. Van ;'Laura Wright, moving I out- i After ten(kyita/ie I tlty,Dutch helping to keel ,lis nation strong ;1 ,
, mucoutme a. .Teilytturdruggistto riage here; Mr. and Mrs John I Aradale and Lewis Defendorf of her old trailer In 10 minutes I l I. back In omfcrjf 1 d.n't 'flftbolsterln tha Vr s/ of demoCracy '. "

, Lctctccs/Pta; C "w.y1wl chl wi y l: with tell the yitf bo, ki of Crcomuliion lilt Meyer greeting her sister-Adele, taking two snook ((12 Ibs. and 14 flat, assisted by eight neighbors. I Army, khaki orJf.vy Iue-but.a that guard'x k freedom. I
> the ji HBicfftsn quickly c lays you she must cough I and niece Christine, who arrived -, Ibs) plus several Jack and ladyfish Mr and Mrs. Charles F Shaeferof d (Terrnt nnlfjnn, (hits. every bit And la their 'Ita%r life, too. '
l way
ll Oe to hjivt ),W money hade from Bralnard Minn for near the Inlet; Herb Cas- Baltimore I moving in 1m I *. p. fid Amrrkin. they an ehampiofreed....'
l the holidays: Mr. and Mrs L. sell, aboard his cruiser Loda Joy: medIately. (they'd purchased juke %. mod-
folk who
Blue and a denim shirt, Trmpentt IU a
CI OMUMSION I Hammon of Fort Pierce visiting with party: consisting of Hazel Lauras trailer previously the I
for around the yards and crate glass! of heer-bqutrnl severhoots :
forCafcjhi,QieitColcfy ronchitu the Harry: Von Zeus; Mr. and Cassell Ed Okerlund and Helen, lint time they had ever been In work I
with those who refer
3f Mrs. John O< Robinson ot Cleveland Mast located a school of Spanvi a trailer camp and one hour barn.'atout for tramping I
guests of Dr. and Mrs R. |sh mackerel outside the Inlet --------.,- tliroufrh the fields; and a straw cider Tolerant people who 6 t t*, I

, SAVE MONEYCIGARETTES M. Gardner.,. and followed them :3 I miles to hat when the sun gets' high-a the bitttr end against oppres.ioAunfrorm .
f Prlnto tneir departure lor sea, boating 60 lbs, on spoons' 1 OYAL ORDER OF you sea from Maine to and (tntolcnnc*. From where I lit. f
I Ohent, Ky. for the holidays Mr. and plugs. According to Herb,J MOOSE Sass, Iowa to Alabama.Hi a credit to Amerka! 1
f and Mrs. Bud Griffiths were entertained sharks and porpoise were also I AR7 LODGE ttAO the uniform of sir. army! I
Sunday: morning at a"neighbors following the school taking .. WED 11 I ,
10 thogreatsl'1\\'otAlllerl.snlarm- '
9f breakfasfv at theO several fish off the party's lines : DAY. Joe //d( ,11
9e j jR STRIKE 1 I before they could I be boated On I erne ers who,by their productivity.!- ,ara .
$ 49 I
PHIltIP MOK&ISAREVryf the return trip they picked up a. FEDE H14H1ifAY IJ
. OLD PAIL GOLD HALL. I ,:," + f{130 lbs. sheephead and redftsh Inside J L Covrt ill.Mil,Unfired Stout Urtu/cn/ Fatntoun '
Rat Et/o \; q, the Inlet; Bill Peet all aloneIn .. I
1 tEa CARTONfTimiM a rowboat along the mangroves -
B..... Sll.hUr HI...... \ near the Inlet, broughtin '
7S AM h P frtndlliic}- Cuno, lor ZMM Sklppta S sad. rOR BttEll Lrv! two grouper ((10 and 11 lbs, 01 0 0 0 L 0 0
, M,.tamm 1 r4n Fl.. Canoes respectively) After breaking his] r
R mE CHRISTiR a.de. rG C.r4 Fv C II. Wr.|*i.( gaff on the first grouper he
4S 0.11.. U..,: Delo.... ..... u.... was forced to beach the second I I I
... on a sandbar before .\be could
9 IY ..... CHECK.. ONLY ORDER .al., ear boat It He also took two snook, 7
To One Pt 'II' making quite a day of it Con- xaJ
, firmed "Surfers Ezra and Rose I, .
,' Allison To ceo Co. 6 e y DitterUne with two blues, :3Vi I\ Ibs

4 Coo 011W. R IoMwILMIN6TON each, Snorky; this week
O WARE I Try a light rf and yellow
i an streamer on the west side of
1 the river from Edenlawn on
1t !north This area Is alive with
1I trout, and although the average
I U not large, the light tackle
1 \ All atSchwab's recommended will provide plenty:
1r of sport. Live shrimp and plugsare "
accounting tor big catches
I ce In that same area, also

ALL WORKARANTEED Cut the 'deck: The unusual t l rI
hand of 1000 aces with one t J
/PYNTIL No JotfTo pinochle session this week with
GULF cpl PRODUCTS Mrs C. E Westlake the lucky ,,
pla>er. Myrtle Terrio held I
Builder's Supply Co. Tires Vrubes -- B terries double pinochle twice during thetame
session, but winner was
lbrication Seal Other winners I 1 r)
r Car Washing Polishing Mrs. Robejt
1! were: Hans Rhftndorf, bridge, I
We will cam for and deliver y jr car. Rose Alpeter, 500. Starting tAltm1'
L, DEc ER j ja day all afternoon card Man-I
Telephon/5ll2 No. Federal 1 will begin at 1 pm. ),
stead of at 1:30 p.m., as has been ,
the custom All sessions will be c / r a ) '
limited to five games each; the / ,
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R I liiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ iiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiii I compensation totaling service with with six the months company or more participate ,:r'.; 1' : :;'>i' I:; '
more'' Thai W.IOO.OOO has been ,, : ,, ,
t I Here it It, Christmas Eve, and you haven't finished distributed employes of the In the cash distribution. Wi;< \ '; ; <

;, :i that last minute jhopping. You are Mill running arounclooking Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea The company"' employes were I '. "/'j, I!4w. it. 4igJSt a ,
Company before Christmas It I toted 078,000 compensation \; ) 'F: i; d ;iJlii" "
it for something unusual for a special friend, BO maybe was. announced today by John,I last year. I > I t' I. 'or" t1s..,.,it I;t-
M j It Is time for somebody to throw you a few aunes lons. \
)PAGE ,,5CL1D 1 I The cutest:: trick\ I have seen this year is A thermometer 'bn// 'yss:'good Hd1Ys .It.J frert
t1 that glues to the outside of a windowpane on the north a jux f t.J.k4 ,k eo sit pee ,"
i iA tI side of the house, arid \ft is transparent look t '
ao you can \/ ,
h ..3 rGPTI right through it, and you can tell how cold it Is on a frosty i \ ; :i:,; :; ,,'

dx fc N.c tf morning: in January without stirring; away from the fire. a ,, ;:.: .'
spanPalm t '*'v M It also {registers the summer's Veatxwlthout your leavingthe Nap PII FS'i "; : .:'
> ,: AND MANY TI-IA sr electric fan You will/ find these gadgets at The Stuart ? "
With)! \ rtaciuyi" News office. QP, In
+,, 1 $
? 1 Of course the nicest thing you can give a friend is I
inI/ ;v a pretty shrub q with unusual flowers, or a dwarf Ochrosia that has those :
STUAftT SEHMCES '" pretty !red fruits on it all winter and, looks like a three- I. Christmas jfreetingsSANTOS
!1 months Christmas display, or maybe a bigger tree that
Mr. and :Mrs, Kenf-th S. Stimmell !p. will provide shade or lovely flowers._ All these things are i i
available in cans right-here in Stuart on short notice;
T get them from the nurserymen who advertise in the Stuart t y.J
News or you might even'get them from the editor.. Plants t VCNTIQU6 SHOPTHANKYOU

1I!j serve fulness.as a year 'round' reminder of your Christmas, thought. !* E D AttoN I.t'I. NELLI

There'' are a number of unusual gift suggestions at I t0 rEZzoNt
The Stuart News office, At least 400 women in Martin ,
I g Bounty would like to own a good book. about gardening, K't('. 1t tCt 'tJ YZ'
6% r house) plants or growing things In Florida. And there
i I I are 35; different books to 'choose from. HORSESHOEBar
at the same old vJh, 'til true F
Then there beautiful fountain
are some new pens
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I'i' nth ,oil t &rlcent in the world from $1.50 to $15, and there are portable typewriters if 4
r you feel flush'enoujfh to supply what. that growing"/ boy WE WANT TO SAY
I\ n h a genuine ppreciotion ofy F t or girl needs at school. and Package St f .
!t But whether you come by The Stuart News to look
r courte& and favors.ti or to buy, we want you to take a, special "gander at the
t Christmas window decorating jot done by Vivian, Taylor :
and Nellie Pczzoni. We are right proud of i it.
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k kk tt >4 Some years ago whenjhe florida East Coast Railway S MANY TIMESWe
r i4 t got its first Mreamliners, I yelled vociferously in this
r column because the aluminum Coach named "Stuart" hc fi .. ore grateful for eoch opportunity to
turned out to be a Jim-Crow car, with baggage'' com part- serve you and (eel privileged indeed every
t .. ment. I admitted it was nice to have Stuart leading the r 'me you coll on us. May-you have the joy
'I procession pf cars, but under the circumstances: come happy Christmas end may you be blessed
k t 1 1t I, other positions in the train would be more acceptable.The r 'wil *" good things.
it railroad people took me seriously, and one of the
iiHiMi other cars soon came out l labeled "Stuart." 'The Jim-Crow '
ti B. an lO. GARAGE arriage got a different name, Now I want to ;yell'a / & diie
1- little more, not so loudly, about a rear-end club car that
F. BLACKf roW D. B. OUTCALTra! lashes by my office every day labeled "St.: Lucie Sound."
r I have heard practically everything but this appears to bea aCAMB

: verbal hybrid between Cs.Hobe Sound and St. Lucie ,River. S r'ii )

------ -*, All of which reminds me to recommend another book .
C ,.( fur Chrititma giving: to some friend who lives in Martin i
S.' County. It in the new edition of "Jonathan Dlckenson's S FRUIT STAND | Sweet Shop LuncpebnetteMr
I Journey" which was published several! years ago by the i iI i
I I Yale University Press. It is the gripping and exciting record .
V' ot a shipwreck in a hurricane oil! the bar at lIobe Sound 200 C. L. Campbell ,Q *, il S. Taylor
t I I years ago; of the survival of the crew and passengers, of
Lei their harsh treatment, by the Indiana who lived here then, J4I 0I 0-t iti i
I the terrible hardships they endured (including the theft
I of all their clothing), and of their tragic naked march I II ct: << tCt<< ttt< I up the beach In bleak November weather to St.: Augustine. ,, .
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II I The notes in that book explain the origin of the name i,
Hobe" which appears on old maps as Hobay The Greek ,
I equivalent of Jupiter' was Jove, 'and when thla was proi,
i cunced by the Spaniards, they gave the initial "J" their ,
characteristic "II" sound and the word to them became ,
lo-vay. It i f& easy to see how later, this became Ho-bay ,tt
i: and then Hobe.. You can obtain thin book,, from, The t
I ; 1 Stuart News too. i: '
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When Christmas comes, we all hark' back to our' ,
f, I childhood. One of the most exciting things about the S;F
,, 9 Christmas)! season for me as a boy was when my mother
I gut out her Christmas! lantern slides and told the old, old i, .
story, fully illustrated on the screen, or recited :Moore's i, I;
poem 'Twas the Night Before Christmas" or that other f,
nI JAT SURPLUSTORE favorite "Annie and Willie's Prayer; with slides to em- f, As the Spirit of Christmas I
Pl } hasizi the historic lines. I now have all of the 1,000 ormore f" '<
unfolds '
itself over the, countrysi : ,"
tildes my, mother accumulated through the yean .
Mr. and Mm, Schonberger \ '
and before another holiday'season I, hope to be able to I f we add oUr greetings and 4 .; ':
present 'a Christmas tory in pictures for a lot of little girls r r \l';? r
and boys I know. ', wishes of the season. jJI::
*P.tC'C !f: '(ttC.c! l '.c t( P.J.( .j ',
For Christmas ia mostly the fun of giving Let the ( 'kb, : t I!'
t sunshine l in be reflected the, dear < 1 '
your.Hfe among ones on '. ,i'' 1A 4t
1 I all 1 aides of you. Speak a kind word to each"person you : "
meet Let us all strive to make this' really a Merry : 1 r ; 1: 1
r, Christmas I -E.A.M.RAL'iviARKETl. )J, ,/p" d N/ .. 1
( 1a J't"'j. Jaa >>i>>iI ;' ':'} a Heart-Felt "
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1 ] Q."J 1 RISTMWS'
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''tt ""IIICEII Li "PI''ECIATI' I .
194 you* nOUGI A50 0000Il.t goes ,our sincere a reciation
I 1'-1'I aPalae 008tp ', ', for your patronage i in ast
''DI .f sATntG,. '. ;. '<
I year, ..
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I Good Ch/ rl! Good fr indsll! a4C : iZENS BANK OF STUART

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Health ,' t '
food usher The Federal Reserve Rntem, and. r.deral Deposit tosurtntt Corporation.

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J i; THE J5niE DRESS SHOP r: a..... A Safe Place to Bank 'e. \

I'' Brooks Family 1 I
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tat STUART MEWS, STUART Mum COCNTT; FLORIDA. THCTSDAT, DEC 13, m. --- PAGE ''h\'E.'ft.t1I'ftIj t
LOCK ed receipts tot U60 cattle and | .
markets during the I
; preceding .
iwnvllle, Deo 23 4rtorida. U$7.J1op. The three marketsfor weekly report period, for which Hobe Sound News REPORT CARDS PAT OFF STILLER SEEKS PERMIT CATCH MADE OK WALK: leg The leg belonged to a pheasant -

?* producers carried home which cash figures were unavailable producers on nine markets received LARAMIE, Wyo (AP)-Howard FOR CONSTRUCTIONS I which had somehow been .

? cash total ot WU.JHM handled 1,420 cattle : ft gross cash total of 1251,. Trevathan started something Application has been made to LONGMONT, Cola., (AP) flushed from the doorway of it ,
I PLAY Harold
and *
fight! sales centers during ,.1M !hogs making a total! 19973, cash figures on three FEATURES when he laVe a child the Department o( the Army by was walking store across the street No one '
of I, cattle _nd BB51 hogs .,markets being unavoidableBUILDING along a downtown street when i was able to explain the birds .:,
jst weekly report period, handled candy because be had a good Hubert Stiller ot Salerno for a .
: on the 11 something struck his bat. He
\ business this
cooperating 1 mysterious In city
jmg to report available In markets. These figures compared PERMITS ANNUAL SCHOOL report card. Now about 100 permit to construct a pier. Witha 1 made qulck grab for the hat but Dawson said later: "It '
of Florida StaU arkeUouJt'tot.a1ftpr.stnt. with 3328 cattle and e,843 PI... 11._ ...11.s youngsters line up for a report fish house and marine railway missed It. and felt his band cooked up Just as nice w ;a
Ibis hoga handled on 12 reporting 41 t! ........L.....i..f| .It YH...M.. .. ,,... n '" .. card Inspection every tlx weeksby and mooring piles, at his close around a struggling feather country pheasant" *; 4 ,

...-"'----- ._......-.-..........'-.-."."''-..f.-...-....ioP..... ) YULETIDE 'PARTY Marine> the grocery Injured owner on a former ty on the westerly shore proper-I I -
: Guadalcanal atee Creek Immediately
i By MARIE BRODKICK: tf they have good grades, f rev- the south line of the north one- 1 MIDNIGHT /'' t tI

: \ t Hobe Sound school children, tthan ble-cum.lives them candy or bub-' half lerno.of Hanson Grant, near Sa- ;

i had party their Friday annual night. Christmas The ,:' Miss Jean Arnold, daughter of' The proposed ,timber pier Our For Closing That Time I .
play would project Into the waterway
: Mr and Mrs E. J Arnold; and '
j. Room In the Inn, under Sandwich or Late SupperRie's
J the supervision pf MM: English: Penny Brownlee daughter of about 31 feet from the highwater -
principal. was given the cut Mr and Mrs George Brownlee, shore line and would be 42 .
: Included: Travelers Artie On- left Sunday evening for Urbana, feet wide, with the deck 3 feel .
se Ill. They will be the holiday Restaur rl {
s dish and. Kenneth English: Innkeeper -I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. above mean low water The pro.
I Thomas Jamison: sere Stanley. posed fish house would be about I I\
ants Douglas Lester and Is the Place
, r Mary Word has 'been received here 30 feet by 30 feet, constructed on
Lucy Withington: Joseph, Peter
111"l that Lt. William H Schneider the deck of the pier, The pro-
Oranly; shepherds Jlmmle Callahan -I
arrived In Norfolk, Va, December posed marine railway would pro-
i and Thomas With-
1 I 15' after serving with the ject Into the waterway about 50
ngtoa and Rickie Sands; kings,
Army In Europe. Mrs. Schneider feet from shore line. The top
Vernon Bands John
Jamison anted Builde
." and Eddy Moody, servant, the former. Althalre Hall, Is ot the rails at the channelward\ [ By *

f'' ',} Wayne MarrMl the girls dressed In Miss Norfolk.Elaine Algazzlnl and Miss end low would water1 be It( feet'Is. proposed below mean to Lotsmodern >r erection of medi -priced .' I
In angel costumes made the
II : angel choir They tang Christmas Up *, Marie Brodrick were guest entertainers drive five mooring piles' in a line h les, Stuart or vicini jr. Price i I
r at the Salerno P-TA to the
parallel railway on one
f a, ''Ii I. I Miss carols Totten.under the supervisionOf meeting December 14. They side thereof and six such piles and locatic! must be right. If not, let's
played four selections on their on the other side The outer both
The kindergarten pupils and e.
Hawaiian guitars Attending most piles of the lines would be
their teacher
Mrs Opal Pullum.
... b with the girls 'were Mrs. Alice about 0 feet channelward\ from
were guests Santa Claus arrived
Arnold Mrs Ada Griffin and the channelward end of the rail- INC
: and talked to all the children 96tRICK
Mrs Dorothy English.
__ .ay.And
: and distributed gifts, candy
: Box Fla.
: y" : and tangerines. tuart, .. II

, .." A wonderful. star-crowned. story! A candlelll"ht"lce was held :'
at the Community Church Sun. ,
, ry
i' of Christmas moves once more day evening Rance Randall officiated The management%nd staff of-this th /ire wish you 1
In the .absence of a A V Merry Christina)! :
: h lives there I
i t u our is no,one minister A Christmas pageant, Where PresentingHappiness

who not conscious of the under the supervision of Mrs. Greetings I A Host of
n 3 is
gyf Andrew Lester, was presented. |JfR IIII (II
5 =
Costs HolidayHit.
At The Start
' Marie Brod- I
of the Taking part were
: inexpressible divinity .
; So Little) !
rick mother; John Moore, son; !
: ..J 'T son,.. It is a time to be gcnI R Billie Moore, Robert Randall. a Fresh THEA E STU T i
and Don Hutchinson shepherds: AIis '
I ';:' pro a time for deep happiness, ,> BI Roberta Ball >M.ary; Robert TODAY (Thu, ay Only) Double
MERRY CH STMAAS New Ye' Feature'No.1
I Hurst Joseph; Cecil and Margy
:( imc for neighborliness and Moore angels; Don Hutchinson, 4No.2- 4?

good; ; will towards al .1 of Innkeeper.Mrs Grace The Hall choir, Mm consisted Lacy ( rARU US aENTUMAN FROM

;. '.. Griffin, Mrs Hoyt English Jean deS R esLt.u( 111E SOUTNIANDIJNCfIANTE
,, and Betty Robinson, Elda Griffin x
I, \; and Roberta Hall; '
f \ I Fred Brownlee arrived Monday -
! ;;; by plane from White Plains, .1 I
L to spend the holidays p44l -.c t
, ; ,, w'.I'" ti, Nicaragua J
'I.. k with his family and relatives
i !
" :, ,',
., ..'elf' f here. 4 ya
, \ ;( '" Ernie Eden of Fort Pierce 10
1 spent the week-end with his sister ,

QtJ{, 1 ,: ''t N' S ORE Mrs. and George Mrs Dozier Brownlee.Mr. Baker. and CUR (I ,I

I daughter, Hilda visited Sunday
( with Mr. and MrS. W. D. Griffith
Joe Wood has returned from SHOP; Ole I
Georgia, where he went tot the
I Illness of a relative I Also i "Vaudevill-- -. Novelty
Charles Hall: has arrived home
, Mr: and Mrs. Harper Quinn and Son Jensen Beach UI. from Florida University at To Complete Your ul de En joyment l lFriday'an
Gainesville to spend the holidays b.
S turday '
I. with his mother Mrs Grace
I 4 I Hall. The Incredible Bambino S a ng a Home Run HitlMtRtCas \,.
, )a"a );:t)4)' ;) :.) Ji .) ,'je.J1)'f. ) )j jtt .' Mr. and Mr. John C. Haddockof l
Glen Summit Springs and V..
) )" )i:. :ti>f :fs.tio.: ., '" :i ) )'iJta"a' JtII New York City have arrived at g ..: rr

). their the :season home on Jupiter Island for 1 ge51 THE BAf 'OUT N t

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ball of tic t:

Rye. N. Y.. have arrived for \l\t
winter, Ball to aa employe. at _
the Diamond Oarage, RYI
i John Haromy has arrived to yeT f'Id. '
spend the holidays with his par
ents. Mr and Mrs John Haromy 40 4 I
He is a student at the University / tc
of Florida J,
1'S .1 Mr and Mrs George Griffin d
and family! spent Sunday with The AmasinfAdventures TtVo Fisted Thrills with I

Griffins parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the ,,J Favorite Action
W. D. OriffM. 1 Cowboy I Irrj
Donald St. Onge has arrived One and Only"SUPERMAN"
v home from Tulane University In @ Our''Friends 14 > rtiuer* !**/ I
iI' Louisiana to spend the holidays
I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Plus TIM

C' A St Onge Greetings of the Sea, n Ot1
, Mrs Fred Meyers and daughter R "Wet Policy'cartoon

I.. N Merle, of Cypress Cabins, left ( )
here Friday morning I
meeting her son, Fred, a studentat Show g Two D s t.,

; Georgia Tech they motoredto Sunda ,and Monday .
Freeport, L. I, N Y., to spend. ,- SCHWAS
1\\ ti the holidays. A Rare Treats Love f dventure arid Tender Emotion ;
student at '\
I Deaver Storer, Combined with Techiicolor ;
, w Georgia Tech Is' home for the Station Thrills To WonderfulT Musi
holidays. He Is the son of Mr. Service j

::1 I and Mr.Mrs.and Mclntyre Mr. Robert Samler B 44 !

and two children have arrived
,' from Newark. NJT Samler haaaccepted Chappy" Schwab Msr "Erv"'Voltz hERRY
, Diamond
a position at
It I oarag. He II the son. of Norm I

, Samler ._
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$ \1"
I AN.I Added "B*tool'' Champs" Sfcort Short"Pluto'a i'
I J It Fledfling" --- cartoon PV* News -h
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' ",,1''IIfo.' .. 61 I Tues. .* \\d. Next VVeek ',

"'f\ :<':: 't)\:,' ,,< Dec. 28 -19 -i.. __Thursday Double,Fixture pec. 30.-'

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t In th. *: tplrl of*Itt'ICI11netS end -good cheer oil tf RISTMAS ZVI

, *. express cur corm r t. of the M0.on to of

I Thank you for y/C' moray fovon. Our sincerest J
and o A
old.fashioned'Yuletide r*. .
'I ins88, .. Greetings of the Se To Allow Friehd sand i

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: I Custo in 41a County,
800crWIrfor.: '
f .0410 it-wit d 111011 .
Is SpecUl -
:;..:/ tutu em sit rat
"f' Fuhmg The Florida
Also/ Fox New Keya"
Go Dribb/ Puss Parade (l in-color) ,

: PITCHFORD'S CAMP "- ,' It_a Our Best Ever Plan a Party! Nowl| f

'Staff'1jia2fcfc New Year' Eve Midmte ShowIALH

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rrr.ib 1...s Coa,.se Is.D.no law+ Pat athlete\
1 GIRL SCOUTS PACK cember 14 with 30 attending : FLORIDA, FAWN IS FRIENDLY. -Omen. .Gow. ., ssas ,
CANDY HAVE PARTY II Carols were sung and tame County Taxes I t Week's Legal I east. '"....am..1 ,...O..t..t-.ay. _.....rrMsd. .. Se..NIder .., f. II' a

played after a play wa presented .1. dibble. t* A.4..sJ.b.sao, DEED
... ....
lnatrwnentsI I lea.55ss. b MoI_, ,..
Sack of candy for the annual in which Loll Boxone Clair Disbursed .......... ....... .... AwesWs. AM. LluiMe. '
'community Christina tree to- Dumont Zola Ma Blakeslee, .- a a..r.t{ a. ...... at a.Kbbard .
:morrow: night here wore packed Jean Well. Pat Dickey, Nancy WARRANTY' QU_ to 01._ aob.1Ja
I Mallon Betsy Barr and Carol To 20 Funds n..bo> km .. Ml M 0. t>. S,H .. -- 'MoaTCACa RELIEVE
lg tiy 26 Girl Scouts at the Woman'sClub .
1 Chason had part Supervisingthe ...w .. .A1IN4 1.. lei"f -
Tuesday morning under the !afternoon were Mr* BozoncMr o. i.BMB.I. Asps.. :. as N Gann a.d.l : "* d.'atari.< Hr I* r_ll. U.%CMi. OLD
supervision of Mrs 1. f Boxonc I *. ReiU and Mrs Ooetll.I County real estate taxes for N w. M t. a.N r- .
CI.ek.. ..
4. Y.d.nt
:The candy was donated by the I Other attending were Mr. R. J. 1948 that were 8U per cent collected A.t Knw.*l a. U VoWn.' a Uwfa.AMUOwn Sad... and a I.slo.... A.wmu...

ACE Woman Club. Assisting!: Mrs Randolph Mr*. 3, P. Blakesle : by Dee, 1, were disbursedto L.//DAPa"NarMalC B. hndkr M W, M. Wta.m. V.. V.AI4.1M W.nb5 w A.In W.ClM.ard M.5.P. ,..k ,TRUQus
Boione Mrs. John OocttMr and Miss Gluey Eurlt.
were different,, funds, Collector tfUHn V saved. I. WIUIM 1, *MM- .(..n. Tana51r: ;
*. John 'N. Mann Mr Carl: A>i< N.s. M RtokulA.
Rlcou and Mr& Herman Recta Two new pulp and paper mill L. C. Ktekllter explained presenting 5"tar. a. II. ,..,. at .!r t,O. B, Ttlto .a.Ol:IL=PoI M 1-'"""". r.d.nl.
ATV lea A Christmas party for the have been built In Florid since a breakdown of collections ;/ .. ad Ato..
;:: ;. a.. ..... ...*.. U Ho.rl fHHinu 1'.1....... .
1 / held at the club De V-J Day. Uw e.e ox to P. 9 "IU.ArriDAvrr
/1 :girl wa and disbursements These RIO.
._. to Jum Nan
A d- s f* tu
funds Include: bed BraMr .. ... H.l.. ItmMi- V.rtM W TW poklte,
pan J_M H.rk.rt DniM* U A.-.| I L. A. Ttrk. .. TIM. Po I""..
General _$2967171 rl>,Wn 1" Tai.. to Tk* PabNw1Pra.l.
Patin t +' ClTnTliw. Deoa.... /. Gl..C *. .""* J. ONbblr M TM e.bre. al' ManiBLU
nne 6: Forfeit 2,032.65 ASSIGNMENT fW MOItTOAG&

With cU 4 --f WHITICAR'SBOAT Road &: Bridge ,._. 40,653.04 Ir "''JoMidl a.W. 11.H_,..*..to*. C*r..Kw TMfcAuo a.u .....u III'ECIAL MP WARRANT P. AL.. G Ferlil.I .

rsibly Agriculture 3902.70 WBM.SATISrACTION. I W, JlnlUraa M H_ W. L..l..
tilt, .
Pel 4 w ll+ B INr Airport ,... 813.07 1 1I M .'.. W.: r_OP MORTCACl M J..e Jsae trul M>.4 QvrrcLAiM. .....u M ..lr.. SnWM setti es
Hospital .,. 165877 :: o1r.PLACEMENTS. .nun JwullhK .
I ...... ant Fo
SIWAU. OTM X. SIMM I* a. L ek- 0ale.
WEST LAKE ore INDIAN Poor Relief 4,065.31'
.,1.a Y. 0'1C0II ot a."t.Jobe.aw ,,
Publicity 2,845.71 REPORTED -
U MARINE RAIWVAY '" .. .... .. sta.t s.1 I,.,, I
I Vault Bond 143 464 68 Tallahassee Dec. 23-A totalof LI. PEMDLNaJ.
BOAT B ILDING REPAIRS / STORAGE Port Sewall Road 256.20 I: 19,764 Job placement In' agricultural ...111... ._.... .... ta.rdb L. ,.....
It __._
Special Road pist 16.846 07
C. (Curt) WHITICAR, 9op. r 'I and nonagriculturalJobs
$ -r'P.. O Boxf 144 Stuart, Fla. ff Phone 118-R Jensen Jupiter Rd.Inlet&,Bridge 5 168536,480/ .67 were reported by the local i. !< 3 ;, offices of the Florida State Em
East Coast Canal 1129.7S ployment. Service In. November, SPECIAL
St Lucie Inlet 55.086 41 according to Carl B. Smith, al

Mosquito! Control 2439.18 c' chairman: of the Florida Industrial CHRISTMAS DAY DINN
Palm City Drainage 289.28 .t a.. ., Commission

a Everglade Drain, 560662 Kaixly, 2.nvmth-olcl (fawn in game.cxhihit ut a Tallahassee f ,1 atDON'T
Pnlfltifhildhl !L Towiulte 2053.26
fair, makes (Mends With Evans, visitor' whodoesn't STATE FAIR SCHEDULED
School .... 87.497.80 county Voting; JIM a .
Tampa Dec. 33-J'lorld. State
teem to mind the gesture, of( affection [
_._ i Fair, biggest agricultural' expO- BLUE OOSEtll
i' '- -- -
In attM to W Nw6Y rerun null lot* 1 _Total Disbursed.$26627145_ sition In the world held] during
both o rifonui c Jatuttai mi u .butane I AGRICULTURAL SHOW I MARRIAGE. APPLICATIONS .winter month, boasts of greater
cCtpttlln PLANNED IN SPRING *.Kb R. AlftnHerbal ... a.a..... .4-d Jieln 1 magnitude for the 1>4I exhibition $ Miles h uart on U. S. I IMXKE
,W nkUkr play nd MMIKHK Florida-'I .........- I *1\jt.... Feb. 1-1) with two new mod
sael.e wnnaMhtil* Muck to k* I Martin 'County; ,Agent .L. M.- WUIlMt' Kr tl K.,.U.r.. H. ern building that will bring ,a TO VATIONS EARLY

? / pbrWal ,d m. I ma MI*.i I Ferris WheelBy ye I. 400,000 square feet.
f 1 I man,board of director to supervise -
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twp your cfcilf ta topfllfkl ewdilkn kro I: preparations for a Southeast -

b..l.a kI...
y.,toady MJcal Dada. ". .
arse. yow eh en..hikibo.d will .l.arto we-dont-know department I Is a meeting of agent and votatlonal :: -
'complete lack of knowledge of al agricultural teachers in Belle
v 1'tliI *to*pl foot s..wy.'JIJfl the reading tastes of Governor- Glade Dec. 11 All agent and
elect Fuller Warren. We haven't r teacher in this area will constitute Hi

)1 Ji3'' CH1P.! the foggiest Idea whether he prefers i an advisory committee for For Your RESTA.6A.M.
> fiction .
the classics goes In for I the show : USED CAR '
of the frothy frivolous type I Exhibition of a pen of three I
"THE EXAL STORE- or whether he find relaxation I: commercial grade (leer*- will be I Va Befbre"

i PHONE 11 STUART, FLA with splne-tlngler of the who- sought of cattlemen and 4-H I 1 or ILL IGHT
done It variety. I Club members and FHA members I Tra
t -- We are completely In the dark will have classes for steer 21 -
-- II
a*to his knowledge( nursery ) yean old and less. There also I SUNRISE MOTOR COMPANY
'4 6 t rhyme but 'veil bet a plate of will, be a class for dairy. calves I ii-M_a. DIXIE FORT PlUCk PHONE IM
r T --- I IF U ARE our favorite Spanish bean soup for the members. :: -. '
that come the cold gray dawnof Trad .J BUILDINGEMODELING the morning after Inauguration AID BY CHILDREN. Dollar ?t -, & r m IIIiI} Mar

he will have cense of deep, SOUGHT BY JRC '
spiritual kinship with a well Spent 3.
b known Mother Goose character : COUNTY.C::
t MlH Mary Shackclford. executive At Home I MARTIN
l l lk OR and we do mean character) one secretary' of ,!Ae Martin
Old Mother Hubbard. Grow 1 1Mi.rj
County Red Cross announcedthat
I OMH in case you've forgotten, the elementary grade in wtilone i:: BUSINESS DIRECTORY
r REPAIRINGYOUR ankled over to her cupboard In the school throughout the
search of food for her pet pup. county are being asked to fill CouJL
j ti tiC only to find that there wasnt >v V
{ "- HOMEmoney even a smell of Calo Pard, or Junior distribution Red Cross to children gift) boxes over-for, Your Busines Card In This iSqction Every Week Will Bring You Business ]

whatever brand of canine nourishment teas. The annual preparationof

was popular in that day gift boxes la a Junior Red -
SEE CALL "with the Inevitable result that Cross project of long standing -

the pooch continued on his. or |I During the war,JRC group continued J. ITCHFOR CONCRETE
I her, foodies way. Statistic are to flU with. useful Item I u1nll'S Fou lion n00''
East Coast Luijnlr & Supply Co. lacking as to whether these.. were for work, health and play the re DnrevBlocks Sidew
M1' h
i other I
eat, chickens or hungry I small cardboard boxes Issued by loor '
critter around the place, nor is national headquarter to be Irk.
A M. SVUOIEY 1 Mgr there any evidence* to whetheror tent to children in countries to Cotta d Boats' Tile, Se nk

Phone 22 P. ( Bo Jbo5 Stuart, Fla. not Mother Hubbard had an which they would be delivered<< nd O OCERIFS InErcrythln
adequate supply of vitamin for I
The Murtln County Red Cross n ner
her own consumption The simple I wHO aRTAIt
wishes to express its appreciation
'I' stark statement of fact is for the fine Christmas program Phonc\339-J .,, Bo J 604 Eit; For sera Ch D TILJENSEN
that the cupboard wa bareUnless the 3rd and 4th grade f"
"'t ttt' rPHONE""
all sign fall in dry children in th Stuart school gave DECKER
Your le weather that to all Intent and on WIRA Sunday for the Junior 5 ART. F; i AT COUNTY SLIDGi, 9131J D,36 Phone 27 j

purposes, will. be the situation Red Cross. The P-TA Is to be I -- .
when on Jan, 5th the then Governor I commended for 1U effort in securing -- --
Warren take a look at the Y "
: radio time over WIRA for .
t e State financial cupboard. The Its monthly programs which oeks r--.
Keep In Toucjwith
supply of operating money promise ,
i will begin in January, It was
f to be spars but he will have announced I
plenty of nice new clean cupboards S wall Uncle Billy
2'/ %\ to look at, over and I MEETING: CANCELED: .
through True. they will bear Boa Hoses : Martin Count]
other name such as the Road Because of the heavllyattehded (aa.da.u.. p.obalu by .... A.HW._c-w r. w ,),

)cr Annum;,! Department, Supreme Court and,1' City Commission meeting at All Tyii* Of rifle 5Co --
City Hall Mouday night the Junior
Industrial Commission\ buildings, ructi, ) Subscribe. to The Nei
Poop let
Chamber of Commerce cession no one confuse
Onlsured and there U be tot of fresh paint
Martin Bldg.. at Legion headquarters on Ivan Tailor them when It .
Savings and fixing in the i come th. 1 year ..
East: 5th St. was canceled Monday ?
which now house only the Mo- P, gox 4 time to VOTE I They th' "
Accounts tor Vehicle Commission For night when a quorum was I J
| the first time In its history the found lacking The Jaycees will PH E ? sent God far them4 and 2 year .. W'

The federal wings and Loan Insurance Corporation latter agency has room enoughto ,meet again Jan_3._______ --- I. --- 'Row: a steady boVtl"
ih insures in 'idual accounts W $5000) Husband cuss the cat without getting man ain't mod who' Tb'M _

and wife may ve total of $1 ,ooq.' fuiif Insured. fur in the teeth of the cusser The FECT, though w. hear a lot '
t':rst Fedcr: .avings accounts ark legal Investment! There In at least one note of Ojj1fla/ Web/ r way of ROT about th' OPPOSI

I (or'Trust Fun as well as Funds teld by Guardians, economy and foresight in the TION, and WHAT THEY. i Jensen Hdw
announced arrangement for theinaugural '
Administrate and Executors, L Along with Its MeALts S I 'LL DOl! SO WHAT
Call or WritFIRST < Christmas light the city of Tallahassee !. AL'Ti1OSIZEU Poa A man may he quite lionI -

ha its street decorated D eat INTENDS*TO DO Y THEM- I
r with gay banners and pennant, 7 WHAT'S RIGHT-but HE.
it ,/ FED RAL none of which win be removed One AN tUVk.* ALONE, can'l chang th'' I 'ICE MORE A
until after inauguration.
i pennant in every other row welcomes DAYWRECKEF [NIT* laws THAT would U a A TO It. h 1

r and Loan Aliociation one and all to Tallahassee! SERVICE I GOOD-SIZED .BITEI! H..
Say igs The wording on the alternaterow IOOYPHONl f AIM 7' may rant and'' he may

; of Indian River CourW which, we are reliably informed rNlsfr NOi [9142 1 RAVE:, and his idea may .ten ea
Y I Ial \ will still be there on e be FINE| but if OTHERS _
VERO BEACH, FLOR Jan 4th, will either be late for '
a-: against him b. buck
\1 1612-20 Street F Dial 2157 '48 or early and fin for '49 and, I tough, combinet 1 a -

'''y'yf \ W. Sedjwick, Secretary-' asurer after Hubbard Fuller takes Warren a peek like Mother at the I I' IF your Cov'nor U a NEW on or, ONE YOU'VE MAD f

'it bit Ironic. r ?BEFORE ,.- when he' RIGHT SUPPORT HIM _
f Men, er Fedcra/ Home Loan Ban and Federal cupboard may seem a that sa M
Savings and Loan Insurani Corp. And what doe It say?' You v* : Aut p way you'll gain MUCH MORE! A State, or Nation's not, m'tM
guessed it: 'Just what we r* wishing STUART trade of r6W OCT
: p JUST ONE "MAN ALONE it take
/ P Cur 'nt dividend rats. each one of | to
J 4, you: 'M yaxS '" I Iil .l SLICE ModeK Cog.sAnd bring $SUCCESS and keep .th' treasure. WHICH. WE, 'oa Lr SOUL;

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