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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 5, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
daily
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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 )
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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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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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;I tional Emergency Action R t ,t I i I' I'' ,.oftJ I I h... I lal'I( t '. III"t 111 the I city's I history i i is expected) .

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Strike Strangles U. S. ( .leinaii. Incumotn and present -

PARK BENCHES MIAMI LAVISH IN mayoi. who is running for

reelection and Thomas J. Cut-
Mlt'UIIKhl.' \\lll l I'l'l( !I ill,. 1"," ';';.\ /) .)k ,'1',1-, ) tci field. >'oung veteran Both

I ,'. iv' I M \\' Kill -II' ,, d-i n'iII1,,. \1'1"'i "',?,?. O.O BY BOARD 1 POSPITLITY TO i I"t'n have full-page ads explaining -

,did I (I :llltk IIUIl-lH) will I I". h.,Ilted, t I" ?nail's,| I their stands In today News

('i'iimi nt ulei' to conerle ilal Iu1I i iI '
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Ed* In A. Mciinlnjer publishci -
; I'.list ( 'eiavt! hail\vur. -U ""III 1 1:11.\:. \Id'h'r'l'n; ] ,
Places for the Crowd to Sit W,1 STATE EDITORSF.om of The Stuart New. ii a cane -
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today that hedeis
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When Band Concert L.-4 'Ida'e for i reelection to the Stuart -

I "I to enfoiecnbargo IIIIIIIIIIIII1111liII'! III II II Ill HIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!!!!!)!!!!!! Begin Soon 4 Park Board. on which he
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at 12 (01De
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since Its He
GET TWO BUCKS Scup to Nut and /has served inception
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'ON FIRST DAY Immediate construction of 120 raw ,a 1 Cigars to Rum 'Twas Is opposed by a ve:eran candi I,
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from the
e, 1 {, sa j date. George Edwards
benches with j
park cement Wunnerful Partyj.:1
Dixieland Sun
, \c'' ( Cicil Johns and) |Dave Uaker. I ends aa\ lost of nearly $1000 Harry Dyer. who held the job
I udi Arrow have
I 'IJ" from the Chi- camped with I D. s. Hudson pot nuclei way this week on au- f \ :i played host lasl bridal before the war. and who ha re-

j! in until further( In Ihe milliiKfM' section of thol'lzalon: by the Stuart Park ..,! I-"Imday: 'to 250 men woe11tm i urged to reopen law offices hereafter
i service, Is
I 1 Army unopposed
:\Iarlill I r"lIl1trd'I"I.I\. I Board The purpose Is to make : <{. "' ul the newspaper) piofesn uf candidate tom municipal Judge

embargo, includes hiRKfil two dyer the 'possible weekly concerts in the .: in Florida and did a remark
in' oi| (n- IS 5si The polls will open at 7, a. m.

arloatl and lesi lug da> uf( the ilirr season. bend shell in Fourth Street park : i ylar 'I. ( ()mpe'lent job despite many! close at 7 p. m at the fire station
.its with the exstufis -
for human: Julius killed a *-ii>int liuikKhiintniK bY Stuart's High School Band L151 I Uci events competing for at-' in Stuart City Hall Election -

I "!lied faranimal it from horseback I end to provide a plate for the j'b' i + ,11.111 1 including Miami own officials will be J. S Baker

with a gun us hail": his father. the :Still i, h anniversary party. deputy Mrs Stanley Hitching,
sit and
and live audience to enjoy ,
i iiiullrv :Morris\( ,johns. Holed deer the Oicater Miami Hotel As- clerk. Mis\ Floin forbet. Mrs

emergency" items\ hunter nf the Parts, di\i, (ml music ""u11I1 Iogel her at the meeting\ of the lloildi Press .Issue allon; In Miinn Beach: .in Muni. .\. "'JaIlOI( made the opl'nlnllei\ r Van Smith and E. J. hoot'

plies,! McPherson used In bring doan many a Edwin' A. Mennlngcr secteui :Muininger (Irfl), of the Stuart :Ness. retiring, pichldcnt ol (the assnciilion : John II. I l'el'l'\ of faint I''' u providing substanllallvml 1 Ii lpect rs. .
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ilrcr The dl'l'l'H' (eills first. v ol the Stuart Park Board. Reach (cenler, noted publisher. and Lluvel lien II (light nl the "II..h1I. : Ness: nh wT: elected' ) IK, for the editors at "Bars*musi close during tI

I _TlIIS: STILL ON tosueeeecl iP Photo' Die f. hotels Vanderbilt
I Itaker: got a :ipohtler.nIIIIIt111IIIIIIIlll.lllI nounced that estimates worked :'Mrnninger i hours polls arc open,
Columbus. Ei: Commodore, Learnn -
I,Im I I." wls wa fined by Erwin F. Johnwlck
\ !I 1111.1"1111111" 1111I1 up McAllister!
kton. Coitez, Dallas '
MIur 'DIM o ( ())111'IN ,
low lad 'the United :Mineleis school principal covering con- \\IIL C.ULIEETlXCi: CHA MBER TO MEETciwc mark Everglade!, Pan American, EXPANSION MOM I:
- 5 o.000 at \\\ash 11)) I)1S( n's PHOBLIMS::
REP ROWELL\ Kti'notion of the benches by high Robert Cla' and UimeyGlf
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and .
on \\.lIn..lay ,.hool students. had been a< ;lr :tty was supplied by Stuart Drug Corp., owned by

ml Judas TIan holds- I 'pud by the Park Board and /-.'I CENTERMai the r'Ja .jepiesenUitlves of D. L. Williams has expanded 1UKparoto

I 'dill l\iI'l'l1\ the union FIGHT AGAINST Air: Johuwick has been Instructed x+ :. .' ..-'''.. lllt 1 lstUeiy, and beer industries. take luuhe e'Ol'nu.&erelormel'ly
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IT ailing the strike an l t i : :
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1 to piou-ed" immediately ns well as by the Ron Rico) crowd occupied by Ideal Sports
I \ .mMntM1" 'rnon..trou : County Chamber of I Le built around the theme of
binihci! It is Phtlmat alto threw t special cocklallhour
bull 1 I tin a hop. and plans next spring to
\ | c' shish meant "liminerunrnii LOCK REDUCTIONCalls ell I that the Jib will take: 30disThe Commerce will meet Monday milking a better Chamber ul Cigars were provided by 'modernize the corner, bringing
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)lament out des- night Dec. 9, at Stuart Civic Commerce In 1947.
Stuart Park Board feels I I 11l! Virginia Paper Company of a city drug stole' to Stuart
lion lint' the htrikcK Mill thai weekly band conceit In the Center the former Service Club Membership drIve plans will .t l..iksoiiMllc Busses to haul, the In the Interim a partition has

for Action shell will be a great tourist atttaction' This :is a general meeting :of b" discussed ( ""II'' 01" ,I .." 1''''':_ / ,, !been removed doubling the floors
Holland I
On said! the 1 oiRaiilzation! ," said I President All lesldents of Use I area. \1'1111
SlashPersonnel Mr. Mcnnlni.pi( ] ace of Ihe drug store, and a
A* Engineers Price French. askint. that 1h Ilas 1 e ideas ftires n-'ttotlie 1 \ i -
AI red list of the exwailabli \teday. "We want to make thesecamels I.ew i cosmetic department hasbeen
w .. at the II> ( lit ll'r momboiship)) ntlindL I'ut t bv' tho Clwmh,1', .iii it ii'i 'i SAILFISH CLUBOKS
II a reality as quickly +4 pencd tilled with an excrptiunallv '
x',il business milt ,Ire i :n t take i I.. preu) (mi 11.1'. .it,t sot' "urn.
I fi +158 H Ruwi ,,101 1 MJirin i)".sslblo by hupplylnlbwlH's\ ) large variety of nc'.
lint Marvin b"s the I \\ hll'hI III '
t part! in 1"111111
old | prun'un
The
ass produce orange effort loi the ctewrt to sit on mcrc'handlsc.
) county N leiellni. in BUDGET OF
11'h I mils will b(. rolled away JiiI ad
St Luck Il: Lock ton voodui britches A full pane In today News
restore
"p.. itr, .npmcnt. under the ti and to icstorepcisonncl the I legs! and were rel1luvec'l to! :nnuiinre the new cosmetic depiitnunt -
basis VeteransTo
full-time Unscored
I j nut i consumption cllmlmlrd in an eco- mold accidents Now plans hive on $4,000 FOR '47

J I" ,"'son !said unless by the U S Engineer been worked out to get all new ,
"ivcd to the con- omy move I I butches. built with cement <'netsnnd \iuntr ('. 1.1.\\ IS

Dept, acting heurt-pnle planks They will Play Belle Glade ( lI.ltGUI.nl!( nJlI.It\ I

I ,nisi I office today' Major Blait Ne-meth Jackson- le too heavy to move flu,, the s Revitalized Publicity Effort County authorities are work-
til'
I i lions regarding District Engineer lint the Okechobie I ICKS will never rot and \the' (cost Soon To GetUnderway 11111 on check ioiiery caw foiI -

.lllb nuclei the new \::lie. announced as we have worked" ) Slate 1:1'11.Iarvln: : II. Rouen ofl.nlin I wliiR" u wiirrtnt by Vincent t>',
Cioss-rioiUli. ili-rwnv I In qiunlllv | 1'111'I httIt.itutu':: ; vet'rll11 01 Millii: mil 1111.! ininiul' III

J :" I nun 7 p. mi i It out will be less I thin w'lIIIdclII :\ ('IIIIIII diinuuiidil sodas: Mnrtttt coiiiitv/ 1I111\1'I\'u.ll'l\ I in diftsioiod tin Uktvii'Ini' l ':"inn u'. wi'iti Flax oliii! :ini Albert C. Lewis
I ill be operated only This Sin: ) ut I KIII, aim Club \boatel! of with lake
I would cofct is 'uicat lemlniiu: u and
stales that un- !etches llicli' retold hill In mill orl)1 id Inn I absencc -
i )
ciii.lUc' Kiel ; hat. he I Is plinnniK/ In call an t on put
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of 7 u. m dally : ;: I I toward further; en1uJ- diuclois Wednesday night ap- foiled check to the Stuart
article
II1lucal
lice no ;: Intallc, curtailment ( step un the line unain this weekend was J lilt by
ci
,iv, Dec 0 due bt I parks b\ thecntc glen| niiclinif or fst I'u in shortlyifler loved a $4000 budget for 1947 Jewel Shop.
,'''d, Including; alrof Harbcu' i''ent ol our Stuart as they take on Belle eleven Fort Plenc' Is a much
"s five pounds, of River & been reduced I''l folks and the tourists as : the first of the year to elisluss Glade eleven here Friday nUhl/ improved out lit since their e!o Idlnt\( to cooperate with the Lewis came hue from Miami
funds. Personnel has Chamber of Commeice and Sta e and went to work for the
'" icldtiie to the Stuart
"I I of fourth' class station v;ell pnilileins at 8 p m on Long Field Satur- 32-0 defeat by Stuart in the
nt the Engine i Chamber; of Commerce in an aj- hews" He gave his home a* New
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'f t five pounds in affected an'hide 8t -- ------- |>i ogress uf Marlin luiinl.v day night the team goes to season's opener
Locks .icssive of fishing publicity fork.tT.1111:1'.
1 ,tithes. in width, ors I ere and Orton i i i'olio ('O5I.511'fTEE4i : ; : ----- '. Luke Wales for a return gamewith The same was played between program .
Lucie, :Moore Haven -
length and width the I US 10MC.IIT. WITH JIM ntiuiillni; : the Lake Wales veterans the twe t 30-Yard IInStuan'lI \'. I
Rep Rowel) made public, NTTI'liMarion The new budget includes $1.200 : I:. DINNIMIMtIS : ,
J: ill be accepted for If.1'Ii ItFPIIESF \\ 1111 ntirvus i oulISIIINCi u: 8:13.: tight( dolensr held,
fallowing statement for Sailfish Buttons, $000 fort"ophles : .\ : : ,
IIIKILISTlne'r Weakened by liijuilis, tin' but the lu uls hulked uflcnsive I'ItTILI'J'I
with vll'IItal lies, Orlando I
"today we are faced T. Jeff in some 30 divisionsS Stanley E.
ivisions are made for Stuart team was plated 1 to a 1 1'l1n"h.' and win' generally! out-
elimination of the peison nth Florida representative :110 for printing $550 for office Lakewood, Ohio owner of the
ri .1 01 certain items s? for In- fishermrn oho I'eallyI'allle scoreless lie by the Foil Piece played In whit se,mod) t to. bean I
I'el at the St. Lucle Locks the National Foundation expenses: $500 for geneiul publl- Rlvervlew Apartments 1s embarked I
,
''I) The limita-\ i veterans line Friday nlieht olf-nlllhl.
lances foi the :Metriiiulitaii
the to'iy lu lluiida -
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on is In Stuait
fallen and $1000 to mlscel1
"The axe has 1 ntlle Paralysis c ty cover on an extensive land-
( ,ipply to the follow- heads of CljdeO,ijl> L. \", Dur- ( ; and will meet with the | siiilfish tournamentin 1 1n'ous and a direct publicity raping and Impiovement pio-

s' chicks or poultly;: i;nee. Rlchaid' Rl'ddl"IRlcl1al'd c.unly committee at 7:30: tonight \\esl 1 Palm Heath but found Tourist Club Will ,le-ht with the State Advertising (,ram for the season of 19 (G-n. r.

seeds, or nuiseiyin .King Herbert W. Simmons andSddie a it the court house. more success In Stuait' were OrganizeAt C ommlsslin hand-picked list He has planted boiuanvillea and
)I'll) ?" lint ) I P Didden Doyle. and rid- As a vote will be taken as to e Inquiries which have suited !Mats in a creditable bcautlflcation -
visitors here today They were
World War II vets. The killing the tight-county oigan- Civic Center TuesdayStuart wet miioivil advertising move
are
IE WEATHER den nment has seen fit to practically tattoo officers and members, asupll Jim lluilej, formerly city editor ( on !

I novel!; the needed Help nil Intftekted in the polio uf The Stuart Daily News -
...rid I., eliminate as
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Wh,., U4Yeln,. to operate a project coating\ upwards nrllMties are urged to take part back in 1935: : and mm Uoil 1 and Tourist Club will reorganize for the season PRINCIPALS IN HOT COMMISSION RACEs

of $1500000 In t the discussion dun Editor of 'I he New Turk of 1946-47 next Tuesday night Dec 10 at Stuart
r..npor.IUrt Rr.dnaY that tin American Plans will also be made for Civic Center. The meeting is called for 7:30 s
seems Hobble and Bill
M..mllm Minimum It for ;Minor; VI :Me .. .
wanted to reduce government the annual March of Dimes i Tom Schreckengost: recreation director: is calling! ,.
-4 nT,7i hh public expenditures ns shown at 1947 :Nlimand, of the Bronx lluileywas the meeting at the request of the membership-and : 'i/I

-8_ diet! not around Stuart/ shaking entertainment for Stuart' .
h" I polls on Nov 5. They will offer a varied prcgram h
I II Joe
et7a 'iii" to eliminate el'ntlallteI\18! 1)1:IUH: .HlllCSTLI! ) hinds. with\ old friends who often winter guests r

77 114 mean economy but to eliminate IN CIUMI C'.\SE | hear his ,,voice on the radio "We are planning," he aid, "for expansion of

: } RAINFALL 16 dUI'CHE I I. our I'nuruau'd, / /III /p'i"'',' 'I'll''iii) Elscle, Mineola, L IV .. Uednesday night when he con- preterit shuffleboard facilities which will make pos- r I.P" I.

.1. ( -- -- Toscph arrested last night fot duels the fishing& and Hunt- |I sible tournament play, and want Stuart' winter visitors ....... if,-",.

2.Yn.rt SPECIAL SESSION talking. Y. was on the highway and I ins Club of Ihe_.%I h.' I to take full "advantage of the commun:ty'* seer "" .fttt.., )I j 'r :

'FOR DIRECTORS accident, following atreeCar I I reation program. __ : !/
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4." causing an .... .
EDENI'ILLDPENS -- -
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CLUB '3;,lltL 1ND L. .
highway f
OF SAILFISH smash-up on ,;,.
south of Stuart, IRlir SHOP ) TOM COLLINS 1',\KtN1O IHilS MOroil (''O II'\SY \ lt
I miles .
Sailfish I II I. nine I
THE TIDESi Directors of Stuart which several passengers nar- i \\ .PB. IIOSI'ITM. TO 1)ISPL47 MODELS : :
I last nlghl. approved a'tl'legral11 In Injury. Oailand Edenflcld. returned or K\istK-ntmu t'IKS ..
Club: met escaped serious
,owl I> veteran, announced today "
to COngl'l'ssman DWISbt.1Rogera officers reported Navy Tom Collins who has been seriously .
I Investigating fruit stand and The Hayes Motor Company announced .
his new I
'}I 'b.Iri. Ins tit. Ill" calling for action Oeorge Haliston, Danville hat 111 for week at Martin this week that the 1947 ... ,
that and Novelty a .
"Ed's Fruit
'ndin", Uecemhn Ii. stuart-Fort Meyers war Into theiear I'I.ift shop, i \ ',.
'/r. I open the basis Va, motorist, plowed I Shop," will open next Monday : County hospital was reported today models o fJie Kaiser Special and >
U' In a
: 1'.1111 .dd I Your 24-hour car
; ', ""h d I hour 65 mlnulo.II. I tHway on a Harry Dyer has cal1a I I of Elseles parked, Perrltt of VeroBeach :3ec 9 1 1I in the recently consti'uctd to be "somewhat Improved'Yowever I Frazer motor cars will be displayed !< % I
President ain squall. W H I in their showrooms at J34 .
structure onto
W. the ,>' I concrete block rJ' 't I
W. I. avoid transferred today
meeting o'clock to he was s'.J' ,7y
.\ I M, I' M. AM r.M &I'pclal attempting I'' federal highway at the rear i Dixie highway next week Dewey ,
8 |
:r. a.H 11180. llittIi board of directors for cl'ashl'd cars, skilled on the wet Apartments to a West Palm Beach hos- Hayes Ii the new agent for Marlin da.li!
tm7 ISIS ))218.211 8,, ahis\ of- In the of> shadowlawn Butterfieldr
Ii IiI.. adtj 111M'' FrIday night, Dec membership drive pavement and overturned I :,near 2nd St I )p'tal!' for further treatment county L. (Jack Coleman) Thomas J.
Lisa 1.8ft to push
fice. ditch
j: ,;: I 10 tilt:111HllO tilt sit: + aitS attTI ; plans t --z: t J t ,"V41BI: i>sKii-\r9imt e; : t: t t t

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I'' !' 'I i'// r TALKS TO CLUB flNCE C qEC

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d'I I'IJund} :\111'111[ i rants : ni

I j ""J. I J1\" of Cora) Gables! "i ii ..t ON SCOUTYORK\ $277 In Rank ,

\ i ti.. /,.mil Tinil TIIIM, I thio" ; Wind Need $6' ,
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. I '{ I rnurtesy\ of the Cora I (lal,i< I t'p Sl'IJon
. 1 In Clear
1111)( i I' of Comrmm( Pull),', Scoutmaster Urges Greater I @ tv I

(I.. "IS., were fuinlwheri" by 111III i A eIL Cooperation With Boys' 'tr6 + Mil 111 (t'" ,, ,
(.of Miami and the Cm' Leaders Dill Team ,';4 '
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J1 1. L J I e Vrvoerbf" < Hotel] at :\I1\J\ ))1 ) Arnold) Bauer, scoutmaster ill t I I1IIIIIp Smith ,mil/ ) ] (Co,! I H," :.: :

"I., 1'r. "h 1x'1ndeI" Itself\ ', prml r' a I I which has 41 member I'I l 152011( \1.11': : :'It 1

,'',1'hS" 1'r' the I'd Hors. All 11lkl'i, in Stuart Rotailan Wed 8111,1!' .' Hid ... .. I T
"Id M I P ('
I ,.. dIlberatlons( : were ]htt ] k t r isdaon' n the pleasures! and Jnnu \,, 1 .'

I L'I., a ap"'wl 1unrltelI '11 j p1'lIbh'l11) of the leaders of boy*' (1"i '"r
.... a 1"1 ,, } U1p pOIlu :Ih'l'e b hulk It I Ill I 90CI( I, I, :
."t t'nt :
tt 'e lit 1"'l1l1ful;' oc"anfrol ('int.)' bottleneck in the' scout i Il'Rm (
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4 More C'ulorl' III'n which arise because
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""lIldw", would! hive bf''II 1 9 mull financial support lie Him s nit', Ito

lilt .. 1 w>1 "vldl' t + a 0 1110)01! 1 ('d that the general fund hank H.. I"q, ''I'' (, 1

Ill'" br, nl ", mPPthtp Sat t1i I'. luted I ( (! each: year" should be I ,. 11101"1 "

i Ifi ; moil: : .:, .: Deauville; ]J u'.;1. i \idi dith! local groups, 01 thai I sL4' hnhi" sj) ff

MI, I lieu menus should be provldid! .
1'114"II"I (d I DI I 1111' 1)I''C'I1C( Trc, c i irinci "

1. ,I) u.I H''' I a, : d \lorP'neC'Ito. \ 111n t Carry on the work. I Ill'' 'ph

(, 111. I' ', ',\ ( .' ., ,lUlho'' ('0 11!t rat ulallng the chic club I basis I : ill a

".}I.", I 1\\ <1"1'11) IInn, Np 1'w on sponsoring a work In which I'' rliobri. III I' "h') I'' ',"

y..k I III I", '" hll,1 l I III' hI' I'tlltlll'( i nlthe! scoutmaster can see the flnii.l;. Juili I',11,1' I U, Darns ( (1,11, I I IMiimli-s, 's" 1 II' I I.j I '''rllla'i 1',111, ) -IIpldne ( ''II'"t .Ins- Lake WII i i,. "rt)

j 4 ., 'k' 10 hunt< busily; at tIt heel nibble\ results of personal (litIn t' '''' ,(, 'Inlr! <' ri: > \i 'lhllll..1 'f.lIah.I"rr.. .I'ullll'I | Puns, "h" 1.1. ale' t'll tn 11 l full I brought J'1 t

II.i" <' .1111 'nl) I ,lln 'Ilt 111 111 h I.. "I1.lels" with\ the boys, he urged .i\' MII' it "in ,n Ihp //41'1\1'111 "'lnll'ii' :Ii"I. 1, \I I' .11I,1!' ; < l lot l II' ( '11. 'x'' ''' "' :t'1'ii nI, ,' ls" lflnlad vex $[i 1(1( I '%T

\ ..' ,JI'' (ill .1, : 1)1' ,, hOl'' l ,+rt t tht the( club\ members to take more At .ill:, ..mi,. ,, lined I Itt' l>h"ll<" Okeich i iI (1I" I:'

1 I..t.. I ,I' personal and Individual Inter f
; I bi'
ough
I II' 'j j '
i'' ; .,I H., .., ,Ili 111.< lI'n'k n,,t cut In the men of tomoirowHe l'lel'rII11' E
> : I
,. "d 'h, urged fathers to take more D DB BIITTt't. 88
vim 'l1l1J11nR sill
llmd \\ llenin Hunting-Fishing Lodge S289 ,
,r nuhi' ol Hit' I ,illilniv 1 w. 11,1' i li ilnl pipsi- time for companionship on ,, : r on ,1 o I
//1.11) u. ee. 1IIh, t'xplana'I I- dent itl. the t Imid.t; i I'u-* \"IH i,itinn in s)" 'inn ,a Miami Heath wltl1// MnUequlpm :np';) .
11111'.1)1" F.n rptt Clay. bIdtI It I \lilh him K I Itiisk**!! h.i\ ilell le-ilnled xei'irlarvlieaurerleirhi IJ.plr 1 sons because the GI )' I It : I ,( ""S
adult counseling Is often evidenced North Fork Planned l ( By 11,1,
11 b'tnntiallv) I I'I n I : so TAJO 3Y 3EAIHEei ?
( MiiietiK (t.1\1:. In ,\. Monnintri uf the luart! :News, was $1.310 l.lulils ; 1 ".'
,I .I I 11.' ,uccp",," 'o( th f'i I In his work with the boys :
( \P Phntoi) ( '
l'al1'IJ'
," ,, nlloll Tilt( ,," nt'I' of TI' ], in which they call on the scout '
.. I 1'npl'c'oml'l' In Martin t 10 this cotnitn. Hr produced 'nl PXJ1pll', 'I I.1,
----- -- leaders! for guidance' which is '
1'.11'1' 1// '" '" Ipd, tht' roal' Last Rites For Former Stuart
\the duty of parents "r ,11111. I "''I..11ItI' 10 Flood Residint Conducted In
Control District in ; : ,',
IP
I1 ',I .' Ideas The Imd..vPopNI! posKiblMips I iHtletit and made a lot ofi Lake Worth
I MOKFBOtT ) of I this set('(Ion ol the 1 tart i : u.nds in a lot of different' Th'a:1\ : : .
'
J 1311\\ F .hl1t' prE'lIldl'11' '
I coast are realized by those who 'jinx s He has n wife and two the <'xli''itlldent '.
for 8-Foot
Ill. '. I I. \1.: Imp mid! : Fight Waterway ; The Rev. Tied Ernest Britten
; ;.REP.ROWELLIN visit here and note' out lacks l.)o\'s; cortland and Gordon ,, ila
I )" ].tI I 1'1.1' 1.(1" on IhI St:. former evident i of Smart who I '
-- These new residents who visiona C, van and six year old, and now' iialnlni. "ti''"
I 'Apr 'I/ I1p toll i I' fumed a riveiliont home on the'
,'.h : ., Ii 1.1(1.. soul li f,kIl1, ii .on 1 i J' ( t'i '" ,, v')' I nll.II't!, a'I' 1 ID\ ,111' i Dill I. Cliwis- I'of11111111'nnI, 1/ /, IHH.'' (beI/ ) l future of piosperltv' mire tin that) these lads are of school age north i side of the St. Lucle' river! ,, I : ,iffirlc-nl t n. ,
men and woimn who will make business will mean Mln,
::111'. II 'I! I SI]'1' 10 IhJ i' IIkl t .1'' in urLuanl.lull i ''IIII'1112: i 1'11 R Ci J Sn' .\\ f 'ii il I Liliciui '- --- I traveling died list week at a West Palm

J I bid'] (. IInd..1'. con. al ClOs' II nil\ (1.,1', 111,i d tll ,lie iiul O ('al'l Acinus. Miami "itter-downers! who look oiUl I that prosperity .n. matter of fact piivtie school or settling down Beach hospital, HP has been in I

,1111. n" 1';' rlHI 11I1)'lw01' 11 )pu.h //111' LI"I'pl'lJnll nl .H"i Illn 1111 Bin Herr III i \\fsi Pam! Benin ;; \the windows! 'instead of lincv Ruth a man 'IK 1 v.ith the family 1'Illnu': health slim breaking a I
the) I This is not the case at the St. Elwood B James bitter known So Stub sees' the possibilities !lEXEC'SCulf ? PRmI
I lh
n II 1t.I : " 111<' RlchI dppppniiiL ill 1 I < St \\lal'l- std Liwis c Conant ol Foi' hip a year ago .
I
I I bl.o .I "11)' .\she 1 'X_ Flirt Mix PIS w Hi('I.1 1.' t III i 8 lei
1 "'uin'4, '.rr' 'I... L'nlvPI'Alt:\' IhiN '0\1'i ll1t' lint miptlnu oilier members of the Board although that the lock will be open only"l I the Rav Van Siui'Pin! trust of 3Upcr.s Noiih): Fork where he can take Lat riles\ were Worth;.nducted Friday I 'U ,1'' l "' (
at the Lake Funeral c
; T
II J:1I111: rlenl'!, III 'I't) ,i II''' 1 Jot' .')1'',>(11" i 1.11'111" i h': G""I''nOI'1 1 Mr HI'I'I'l'a.... for sonic years En-I h om 7 a. m to 7 p. m to the I on tin' North! Folk lilt easy and develop-gradual- the ..
with Riv U !
''I' th o ,. 'II't 1 I 1III"l'nll' 'v' ("iJtll\f'J'! 1,1, 1\111 p m v, m' mbirx dneer' and Bocie arv ol the District I tiavellng boats. This will not do Wehavint I mpt Stub YET'! ly If IIP chooses n inccca fur Home chapel a

,1 IU" ', J'I' 1'1' ..yea:!1 ind tin Hipp( ) "mtm" a 01 liteerhei I am acting Immediately on this I Hell )probably lx surprised 1 li I lnviis of he( natural forests' 01F"JI'Iltn 'F Riiil, former Sttinrl pii.strunfflclnllnR ,

lid )s, *. | The Rambler," with Mr Con- problem and hope to solve same" I Ifainthai w<' li'i\p: IiPiiul so much A hunting and fishlnilodop / '' / Duilnl was in Piiiprrest 1111' v, ,, ,I f

1 In F d! TillplCnl) Gilcl '- I i Mf./n' birs PPC! Pil F' Dpine: Duff ant and wife aboard, stopped' The Martin county RppreAPn- I I'bout', him while In s being too ) -with horses too, of course cemetery Sti. "r1 1 1 'i I 'I;

'rust i, i ,u, .11/1'-/ bell i n of Clewlston chili'mm of thee Uvpi' al Stuart Monday night en) latlve-elect who will take office i' busy I to pay us n call, but wi it what WP understand he Di, Biluni) was not only well meet liiblltlKPt "' I ,

"' "I, l u. ,(mil 'n'<'i'tain Ih, Exeiutlvp/ Committee which Is mute to the meeting In a lound- I Jan 1, is contacting Congressman *don: 't hesitate to ay we lee! he 1'lnns for the future, 'known in Stuart for his church o.t. s" I ,.
I Is the kind of men' that a community Stub Is CI said and l civic actl+ltlt'. but was III"" hl.)1'1) e,
',MP'I'1 '" CIIJIIIWI( J l Rober composed of the five local meml Hip cruise from/ Fort Mevers tc DwIght Rogers and Sl'naI I a at we or ned '
\1, itfcc ; n1" Mdent' an :l hers, The old! numb( ., ol the Daytona Beach and back. loi Claude Pepper on the matter will be glad to welcome.That was for two years, While In I I known throughout the' state for Its fl .p.iI I i'1

:\1/)111/ ,, 'vne thenInI ',,1-------- _.- -__--------- -- -- | after a telephone conver a- [ Is because' he U a man wlh: combat Infantry at Munda he 'many years a* chairman of tem- Jan I I" ': N \ I

: M I D\ld i Falrluklph BULl FLI3IIMi: j RC'Oi'ERS; h'iceplnlus: Ix quite rare and lion with Senator-elect SpesI I ideas' pep dreams that turn into\ ) was badly wounded, then spent I pciance forces of Florida. I I tcclderi: to ho" ,lilt

11 h Ul ", JoidahnR rnoM on,UNBlllv OPERATION) prrfuimed under only t tin most I said L. Holland] Tuesday wrote" schemes, and not a OI who sits one year as a uuglcal technician He was a graduate of the Unl- log the' I 111'i I ,utu,;
I him the ] down beuiusi he tot a bad woundn In Auckland New' Zealand with and An inci ',
-n' '"' .. I, no E M't- sklllicl surgical hands Blllv's lemarknble following\ : vtratty of Michigan In 1881 ( I"
I .) I'. .' (uk I pie! ?H' I Fleming, i u-year old recovery during the "To give you a little backI, I' the wai a wound that rtoesn tp) 39th General Hospital His ctipled pulpits In Minnesota, budget tin .1)1'')!

II ,is.In ," 1 1IeH( around. .s(1I11 01 S/ Sut and Mi ?, William two week he was at Martin I g,i mud about the sit nation ; II| help wni-lagged: nerve to calm 04 point for release indicate !Michigan, rO1aud\ Nebraska. by Alf NII'Is"' I, .11'r' (d t

ulht" hu" VHP ought't Fiwad! Fuming of Mnirlson county hospital created much In- wish to first slate that the U. S"t, low'n to peacetime pursuit, that he had plenty' of World I He went to Lake: ; Worth In 1923, man A del) 'I, UGf< "31

))1'lp), ..,Kt ,hp place Inter Field West Palm Beach was released Iciest among the staff and patients Government' AA l spenr'upwards'' Stub Elwood is a horseman 01 War U tIII after having founded the Orange cursed!. hi s,1'' IIll I 1"1)),

nd Inier l imlible :o the I from the local hospital \ wlh: whom he' became a I of one and one-half millions of c considerable experience acordlng wants a post office box Glade Baptist, chinch at Miami that \lint ," 1", 1' ,, '

',let 1 l I' II l Ilent'ol' then \ .istcidatwo: weeks after an un- favorite! during his hospltallza- dollars In the consti'ticUon on c \to out Informant, In At> who doasn'ta He didn t 1111'11I I{I'.1' pistol.. 11 the! Lnke'Vorth pledged! III. 1 I'' ,. ., .

x "r1I' ,' .r, it Chap ;1''ual, bnln opcntion perform- ion) this valuable waterway and locks f act, had the ilist/ asslpnm i: t :JIIII tin t telephone) ,1101"i :mi (''..I", .ll 1: )01 ''hi i year before Tin new )1.11'< ..I:

I idlcC( ( J' n'1 i '('e(' .sv riPtiifd ((I bDi K Ulntlild Ne\ ----- -- -- that link the East and West 01>1 "Div)/ Anbian' horses bl'oullhi I ,11,11.0 i i I" S'unrt( i 1"i uslc'p but I' ('ount11: 111''' ." I

H \ '111'' I I D"I: ;New. y,, t I k cm brain r.UUNh: MOIIIXQiois : ; \ Coast of Florida through the and anoth.Iiiorlhel1 I "

,''I'S 1:\llltt illS I sppolili' who }pi !'rh.iitcl i the i Okeechokee lake. Our City and j Pol i aI :
0'I'' C Love F".s-,,1 Mine' in St 1 1111'/C'/ Enta'es' :; Ditt'<, ST\( I' the Chamber of Commerce, and GOVERNORS IN rxrJ.rTII'G' : ; : / Al MIAMI REACH jurisdiction! '. M, ids\( : '

1111.'l'lu' ?" "( ,..'tulhpd 1 to i I pen 'd! in 'ti l fin in the Hip- Miss Pauline Mori'I son of El- other civic organizations have I Vero' nl'JI'h II K, H on i

.1.1' ,. .11 I 11" nulSCUUtnou f1' n biiildlna) on Osocola avenue Kiii. N C arrived Dec 4 from ,spent many thousands of dollars'' .. / I westward I t 10 (I.I" n,1',

: l'''.. 'n' .
.' ,Id I fruit( displays an'aim- j >uii l. I'' !H'. ah "\i.11 is di! .,twins!: the Stunt Ding Co to woik In f I ', Atlin i (;li, ''I I'ltl'I;" ex |

lie occasion 1'.i.lll'n > t 10 Malt In rounty I Lt( i'' ':in"' Us ilipnitiiii The tourist, pleasure is well ;1 ; :\ :I live i'anlll'11't 'I.', I' Id' l lI !

1 I I' Eastern Air Lines 011Wa 1)1)11(1)1' <''I:' J' H'flIt t 11,11'111' a the commercial boats travel! .. "1. ;: tI''''' LI ... I fat; ream (ruin i ,1,1.1'I ,: : '

'): Saturday evening the 1 )1'1':111'1 1 : i' tin Billv Fk'm n_ ui \Vp nerd fire pl'l1lp\llIl1] ( \ '.n i pioot this I waterway twenty-foui! hoot a!'", 'l1ii-! rJ ;' J t ', \ )f'; I, ale" li' 11 1 vHe .

: ''I: party and steak dinner 1 f ,nd "I'o\\' timber for i' u \uiue ,a day. Under the new j>e -up i I'111 :' \" .: :er ; 1 said I hol' 1 ,'I. ") i ii
\\\ be' closed at 7 In the ""-- '
,
,1. owning climax In the evening( tt ] .. i nip is hn "

,II.I i (nee of Governor Thom, Win Florida! 4-K State HonorsFionins until 7 the next morning/ Thu : >. !i t ; { .. m- ., ,coup! th ,I''' I .., i

I J nl, ""V of New Tork and Mrs will\ not do. It has been the custom \It'i" .::1.>1.. 4" ; r-" "'\\r'" q ,": ., to $27000 bud" I I'I' :

The for many years for boat ; ; ;: '
governor spoken / 1 )> PIOIIIIII
greeting: to the' editors.uimr to travel at will through! the St ,., ... .. f'''( AlthimuUll I rr,

( In Oil a plane to t: I I.ncle If' \ 'A r: ,' ,f.1 -- .... ;m. It' be 1111'. .J.1Ii .

.t! l Ili l next din,s conference' (" ; The U, S Engineers issued nioitlei : y. 0(; I ), held 1I. ii'I, ''i- I Irht'
r f1: "" of Dec 1st to close I 4jIi'
nis' Oilier speakers atnips I "I ns thE t minii i ,r .' ]IU4Ull ;
; 11I'ks I half of the time This will """ w; '
I" i that night were three ,-, Ol II'' 1
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-u'"' ,/Inn of EAL, C. W'II" ..-' -,...... \ \ (cllect I seriously the economic life ..., ,,,' tI! Hans I In1I' ,; "

Tack Frost, and TomI 't"" aAIon 'of this communl'v In additioin : \ : "prpt1..I1' .,,1 I H, ,I'' l!)
,
I .. I Mi Caldwell is a A\ 1. Jj : t lay, off six men who have been OC'i'm' ports had bfarlici 1 ''I, ', /In .,':

1"" (f Mr and Mrs B O u01, 'king on this Job for man > tin .pnlg, (
5i..oo Gold;. G..I Ao, Gregory Jimm;e Joist ...
!tears! ( even before the wai and lid'I"C"
III I Hobp Sound (I.J" I. ..., .'W H_ '" n QUl'StiOll"IJ'! i '
) l local> committee I h l means a loss of something/ i :! ; \ "w 'J1t'1' i ,runt"
In Dade m o\er-all studs "
Ii
t.11 sluts' ,11111" In 'he I). Illh' 1 B"Her Methoilx' I-1" !Irk, .".....
I 'c that sponsored the edifHtlon .. ... !$12000 per year that goes into mad :N;" ,,1' :hr 37I
I 'Id 111' ('I'IIP"i ant' 1 ,In' I H""If'! iw .ml. Pravllunv i h" will u: being !
', h ,,, tl Ie trade channels of our communlty '' J t Chief e\emlives: \ included Judge pA'' )hr ii trip, li "If'.Ih 1nnl i lIlIh'I"rvial- ; | 1." rind ( ''n' i imniitlee of the I trlcts In tin' 1'.ld.. II I IJIIl' '
I aI E Holt, Lee Hills Hoke firess' in ihknci, end hilrf a,inlliux "r thplr r1.I fallow': I Ii :National\ C.o\erin' (oiifdemi al Miami Beaih leit to right: Cxiternnrs II B Slaw of ttah, : reports undi "'"l1m:, I''''11 lie

1 ,John i Montgomery John i Alton Rlmmoim, 15, of Plant were panning The girl baa served "I trust and hope that you will !?1,0, Lord of Mimtuia Gregg; ( ('hem' of North ('Holln.JI.; t. CnllHill.i H'u'hla, the chairman: ; polled!, while "I II'I, : !J' III' :ill'

mil George R Hllty, 1 City, i.ichort, 'the Chlrago trip her club In many oineen nnd linn prevail upon the proper author-! J t. Ilililrelh if Mime, and! lliimas E1: le\\r\' 0""' Sell \a\k\ (.\|> photo) I bun theirs

.-- --- I 1 award fir MitniflMitltiK nihle\p, 'been a 'leader for l two visirBThiough 'tics to re-open this matter and! I '_--, submit I1 d ',111'' )mtI
-- I nunis) In tin 1'MI!' ) \fast' neha5.e her 411 Hull wnl'k she I He also
41! litter keep this valuable assets! to .. 'I I.J1UI'' : I 'r
MithndH Acthllv The ha. hepit able' 'to Instead' frlendu annual meeting
)IOtlOI"r/ : / I sly IIIIH him a ,(Her, for flee and neighbor In the IIHP of the I,, South' Florida and Martin County I II i I assembly for CIII/l111< ui"- .' 'ft..

I I' 'vpnrx' Am';>nf. : Mn work nlmpll I ::; pressure onltpr for canning open."' I for> 'I.t' 'lIUIII(
ing
E8 I BAAGO HITS! flcuuon. 'mhU niPlltn nn (tin faim program
Ann Oregorv, 10, of Miami, T..- I the wnot
I IH tlui' c"f mmlx/lnit the Job if flt, This would bi i 1,1':
i )lay' tau' 'luliv' beeves fir KI"in eehi the (hlingn trip its'.1111 PI'fI POST OFFICE IIK.IS (local rhalimn ,,11111< \IJl1ld( ')
I ,nu rf/ //rulll,,, /fllrfl) (Jill I Is 1 i mill: -IllsAltott:, piopimoil( Iustall. : tided hthe; American' MHIOHP' rtitiILINO: OF I mash .crruildlngs
I I IIIK nn plutili. water, pump stud Tnip, fur mnklng, and mi tilling CIlltlSTMtS \RCILS: hEld In Wesl Palm
the outfit In the
lop rating suite
imliii.) I 'an Inirli I illppir Instead hriiucl
Stock .' '' butter i or perishable ,i. :of: puinplni.: water: nun i llppliiK bv 111C. 411 Die.* IleMie Her win The Stuart I C TEllis I"'P"I', ,flcomporer ,,111 '
; '1, nlng outfit, ,IH an afternoon dieio, post office wainsthat I i I
footi i medicines'il '
1nou drugs I I hanil l'i '"\lillnn a water' ninth bl' lu'id l ,''I L
I of aqua rayon crape which umade a heavy Christmas package to
hi the limnlived time InviilvedIn
'
all "
/ instiuments ,
; ship- with tight fitted blouse ;md business Is OsborneA.
iiillin. "tin calves la nil out expected and
men i inini ''I l by I' Him. nlpeve, Tim
money registered quarter skirt ,.uticil'' axe(
unit l link riio adoption of Iliemt if you Intend to get packages P. Patterson I ?
IIIIH front wllh!
". ""I'dI' addressed! to memin I bens i niilliiiUimlil "petrol, ) Al u galhPiid p 'K' in Dibwi
packet pffpit Tolnl 11,51' fir to their destination before lye wall praised
top I I
ben I I tan, )ti IIIIIHIIHI hi.II I loins$21nnn
)
Aimed Forces pai-1) i ( t snot
; ) Et '
'hi i' dress WItM fn 55. Ann hIt" (hristmas I Membership' i"vasghenai2724 ''U
package should
:: with) nn i-xini) steer" '" nmlliliiilhii tr ,
eel ''e i lie of Alas mailed &I
) in IP nun" earlyPostmaster b tl \ )
bcronci I .iss matter and mats ban M-rved her club an pitsldeol.JlmOds | | LI:
('Ill tJt)) inl In nix judKiiiK and twnhnsiiuiiiHliln Ralph llartmanhas / are !In Palm Bench distract
for piiiiiu itton in newspapers ', oilltcKt") III wan JoneH, 17, of IlIlIhf.rlnll" Ey l rBfSI
Ii U next\
and 'mituazlnes, l awarded a !lien-ford) calf by 'the ;,. won hlxheiit iHthm In asked the citizens of Stu- Worth district
0 All 81 PeiciHbiry, flank tilts! yinr be the male 411 Field Crops Ailh art to ('ooppraleIth the post membership, with 263,
oaupi for i
foreign shipment IBIIHP of his 4,If activities Ity, In which 11I"'rnollolll,1, liar office in this matter Be sure -,-- -
"xpppt to the Armed (I ildlo (iiiHklnn, 18, of Oroveliinil Crater. provllcH... .the award.. DurIng I I that your packages are well We need fire protection
Force"Howevp ,lie, cut off entirely, I will hIll)ae of the) delciralei nix years if club work the I ', to prri w
lirst class mall for to tin 1'Mi! Club' OiiiKrim an a boy pi'ml in.ei! :.1 acres of corn, rapped and addressed plainly provide forest covoi regul,
I ri'waiil far having the highest II acres of pcuniitH and .' IKHH of : Fragile articles should be i soil erosion, and to
foreign I 1111) i n tries will be ac- riding i rerard In the states' 411 peas, which returned him $1-'H: :: well wrapped and protected I' stream flow
cepledNatun With' a weight limit of 1 Call II 11111 Activity 'this year Her 00 $-iniM! ) worth of 411 food
nip\ n\S..1I'd IH provlil by 'Die Inftamable articles, such as
four poumN six omices.'Ilowever. ) product were used! In the home. to pi'
Kerr Class I Cm'ft. llurlinc TBypam Jlmmle him Introduced' nianj Improved book matches should not be : mow' 4v I We need tire protection
domestic restrictions In club work 'the girl crop production practlctnon maileil! Information concernIng V vide green woods for camel'and !'
sill apply to all mall for I aimed .'.081 Jnrs of vegetables, bin home farm Including addIng mur puipocM
Canada Mexico and all terrl- meats, fiulm, jams and )jilllen, a legume to the crop rota I mailing Is available at the 7 4 American recreational

I toiles ')1 t he U. S., the directive/ "bile' won ninny plutlniiii nn her. lion, "Inor adapted VHiletle and local post office. Junior Red C.ross" -
,
canning ixhlblt, Gnldlp IIUH till plunnlnK, a Roll toimervallon program )
y concluded I II llvnted, :2'j! acre nnd grown hero Jimmlo linn served aH vice I Folk who want to live in The Itftld of the 1947 Amcrlcan Junior' returned to his Oreenacre'
n vexplnblos' She Ima) given / and Red Cross goiter You Can of 19"
I preiililpnt' 'treasurer" reporterof In Iniornatoll.1, prOllramll ot s..nl'e. ''P-M means youth home In September
ladle dual wooden houses must grow trees can help I),
eight ileinniiHtratlnni
I hi* local 4.1 II I dill and him won During the
provides valuable forest and embed one jinlkliiR conieHt honrtdilp! for four coniiecutlva/ I Not all of us possess a backyard I more than UOOUUOO paRt year worth, .nd of a. halfe.theto school children 01 the United; of Amerles- He leaves his wife. soISRVI
5'jia .
>
feiiillzer often worth from Of her 1 16 completed project, four yearn to Camp McQuarrlellli.led big enough for such a purpose I They have given larg. muni to the American children Junior abroad through the Junior R"" Cross cent ward. Jackson Mich.
Ited stepdaughllMiss
$600 to $2000 an acie This ii I All of these fldlvhlcM. are coed under the direction of the but that need not deter us from i o-I'fro;: ld nifftT Oo'l: OOh'. Racked hundre of Cross thouaands N.tlon.l of Childr"n's. F'unll. have aent ]H, Washington; a od'''
the toll : : gut Lake
i bolles.
all destroyed and tree growth ExliiiHlnn "burvlin; uf the State A li-ullurul College sod USDA ego I helping the fellow who can grow The ,t gift The gift boa ] Leila M Baker
poster p..inE..d
by Rico sll'pdllllAhtt
retarded' when the woods! burn j uperutliiK timber Csmpal.lIo which enllats members'l'omalo for ask will.ervke be dlatributed. during the Annual Enrollment for Service I I I In and the stepsons North and







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; rrunlu NEWS, STUART, Martin County, nORmA THURSDAY, Drf. b, 1H! PAl IE TIES!:
uuiiiiiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii/ that the reason why 1 -- .-

C papers are *o close to the country folks I I write Uncle Uncle Joe invited Joe Bow: obituary 1 famous and Inviting him up ATTENTION--VETERANS house In Rio Vlbta; Mr. and Mrs.Stanley ]'I i
him
invention Is that tho overage small town (the<.expreu job and paid over In ad-for to Stuart( for a spot of fishing The Veterans' Political Organ- ] Oakowsky are building I '
J=apermanust folks" : vane he R substantial looking house and ,, Building "
was a practical ization will meet at 7, p. m. Friday \ "
I 3otpourriIIIMI man, Talking fishing In the St. Lucie their new neighbors! Mr. and i,
$6Ion; with Charles Fiances (Socker) at the Civic Center There Mrs. Earth are moving right tIt
l l Listening to Polly Rose BalferentnCoinptioll Coe, who said he longed to shoota Mil be a general discussion of along with their new development I ij
; ;; ;; IHMlHiMiillmi tpoklnn twice to we Loyal plans for the forthcoming elec ,
rb on the cur moustache. Fl'la-1 I surface plug out in the inlet t I'' Material '
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first class tlon All veterans In Mal'UnCounty :
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JJ squabble, and neighborhood and tease a The Millers are buck in Stuartsad |! r r
f 'ouct>! I IoCtal1 I I speak with \ Burr 01 the ---- Wield ,
planted such I home the I'lverfront.A j i
I'mphUIa on
,,! ii Mtingly on so Haven Herald why don't you, Soccer? new It Still, Scarce I
,; MI and at Miami shaky. a subject as polljtlcks. copy of the Stuart requesting Wln1.eI'1 ItIO REPORTS BOOMIN : spectacular array of floweisIn I
Ithrn. Fishing I HOME: BUILDING the back yard of the F. L. !I BUT
r I because hU old Meeting Bill Carter, the able
one
Managing Editor Gledliil( ) of the was 'associate Koehler is attracting comment .
out editor of Russel Kay's Rio, that beautiful stretch of II
i Eclle Glade Herald "rcmlulscnc- ,,1 I Ii !Florida I and we understand he has hun-
Newspaper News, and Innd the old Dixie ,
along highway -
\ i ,Iud realizing Ing"( about how he clicds of gardenia bushes on his CasaLumberCo. ..1'
happened minding one of the to
to i ChilI tlllq with 'Ryw.ibuck' Sam;" answers a i and the St. Lucie liver has farm
--- question which was bothering ,
editor l oi the Union joined the home building boom .
County -- ----- I
i Loader! Lex Green's lib how Russell managed to get Recording to reports from rcslcicnu I .
I:KrinniiiR with him paper, and cut a magazine when he is usually In that section. 1 We need fire protection to help Is Still Doing Its Best To Supply You '"
OLIDAY LIQUORS : over his headline I busy as a barrel! of 1 a home of lumber'i imuterlal. '
; | for the convi-ntion trip mon- Mr and Mrs B. W. Ward are : !grow supply PHONE 66
keys. .
building an attractive small
,"Razorbuck Sam Crawls Out of I II .
I Pen, Heads for .
Bin .
city | -- -- -- - -
; I. Renewing acquaintance with I/r/ b4ArO ,'AAyAr7A1RAArSA. r w Af.41/'AA !Ayi1Pr 9 "?qYA erA -.qq"II9p.4,1i 'r,A1 6+r' .A ;rAPr".r9. rq'A9r1p.A, J IrA1TrAD/tAh4 'v,r.'h7AgrIR71,!' ':"
W Hay Pete 7y1.W.481"7.Q1Yip' 1' 1"!;S ''i4R.17.b+:Y t14.hT'M ''bl"'O. Ah4a*'N'8"'>' &'iRi"x.V'' f ' '*? 's 'oi>
Schaal, able publicity director -
:
Cryliw crocodile<< (curs wilhniMiiUKlnK
II'lIllm' I for Silver Springs, who
t.-'I' ( An Unusually { ( who wu brag-: has been successful In making L SET i ires '
King about getting out '
; Ii' sired u -full- Niagara Fulls second to Silver *
-J Tine Stock of knew 8-pagc! pttixr" when wi, I Kpi) lues--In.: Florida at least, ,
< I I wrd U- lucky lo skin her .
1'own: to ie this ?
wpekCounUiiit .
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.) WHISKIES and WINES I ,Admiring George Hilty's calm : 1/Jllas/ ,.
d' l presence and smiling demeanor
E I :: the grey hairs In Russell :
ri Tasty and Delicious while he acted as majordomo of
Kay's moustache,
and re- :events and arrangements I
I membcrlim when he was II'' .
Food Served bouncing( young man herding a *
NO
I Wincing along with Editor Can-
1 '; j busload of newspapermen to the I ham of the Christian Science op j(

In Our Grill 1 I'I of Chicago custodian World's of the Fair shine and Jug sort In p smelly Monitor jokes at those Circuit ancient Judge Holt and i"AM. County's Christmas Store ;:;

between singing Abdul the Uulbul ,/ '
dragged out of his court room .
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tJr"" .- .-. !' dl\
OMMY'S BAR I I.I'I. Noting the absorbed interest of .Off., (:....r. 11'. ,. /'/.J4- ,'. 1'1$'"'.
Watching! all us country edit oikEttllnu rll the newspapermen in the 4 ,' ,
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an eyeful of the bathing serious business of the conven- Il\i ,;T1 ; t--: \ '
TOMMY SAVAS beauties ior were they?, In the t tion I sic h as some of the purty 1-$: (, (\"t\ -/I'/. )..:.J' lf 2
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Hotel models ,
pool at Miami at the banquet and those .
Beath. igh-sieppln' gals wearing silver LJ J '" ,\
fov scarves and supwept vlat- \ff \ \\1' j NvlG
Recoiling In honor 9 4 ( l) /,
when we saw Inum hair-does who make Miami 1 i:$ 'i '.' \ "VI-'" \
UMBER j VETERANS that our hotel room I rented<< for Beach so bee-ay-eutiful and expensive : ; 1 \1' .t"' m C .. IVJ'"
$17 a day, but .
feeling pretty good I. ? I fj (I I ; 1.I .
when we recollected that It was I, : I r //.adll'
1 r all taken care of In the conven- Marveling that anyone gets any- c > \'\' GLOVES \ ). 42
IF YOU HAVE PRIORITIES, SEE lion feeStelng where In Miami's sprawling distances 4\ All Colon Ludich r'< .: if9

Y I US FOR and snarling traffic I *. ,, ."j HANDBAGS J' l:
the streets In Miami R/ tl(1
Beach crowded with people at That feeling of satisfaction which t i *\_eJi '''I
/"lItlwl'/ +
Building MaterialsWE 2 o'clock In the morning, with came when we realized that in away "" / 's4 '-- ., \\ I1r .{
the restaurants and night clubs this successful convention'I. to 1 f \ .
WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOU going full blast, but closed up was a Stuart News show, with Ed I ,, tf
{tighter than a drum when we In charge and the entire staff in \1'VLrj.\ \ -- ')
tiled to get breakfast at 8 a, m attendance, not to mention the r \.- ..' .
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next morning. fact that we printed the proGrams ? I. '
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listening to one of our colleagues q 1 .liJ; '..
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ut the Ron Rico Room Vondorlng where they'll hold the IJ. '.
J exclaiming: One they melt, next one and how hard they'll -I 0. .. 1td / ,, dE
In here and have to push to make It any better I M '" (! \\ '"
you your name goes / \ (\ ". ,
COATS ,\ -3 /
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on t the register you're always than llils'n. 1 : Jl"I
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welcome f'rcver and ever. ---fl 1II \) (! ,- / ""
::J We need fire protection toprevent a (hcnillcl4 /t:: ,4J. C(1 /i C.1;' ; 'J G u,

Talking to Steve Trumbull of injuries to and destruction II Quilted (Cotton '. '::: / :z-.)..,.... J [ !>' ;.'. .. ; ,J:. t/f ,
cve..n"'NO' '0I'L' rlqNOUae' the Miami Herald whose Voiles of our remaining stands of c ./ ... ",-'fj of' '.7 1I
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1I".n"'NO' ro 8HI.YOU" cqo. on Honinssas'-u and! I the upper merchantable and second growth I !'> Ruyoim / "
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Cull! Coast hat, made I the urea timber -- 1, '? Cotton. SVushuhlcs. \ /' ti, (10' ..
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t4 Q Plain rand 1"atrey:
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I EIGHT REASONSVHY rq; hJ.C1/vr"0' (' HANDKERCHIEFS #h 4s /


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THOMAS J. BUTTERFIELDFOR / t
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CITY COMMISSIONER ,11, ($; Ideas For Every Member of the ',, J ,, '

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I.I J JI fib a Vfteran' of World \VarJ\ I and/ I feel( morally) obligated( to him, !1 1 t\,;..,lr. '.I/if f '' >'<. "F--/ '"! J-J f,1 I.I I.

(or' any other \'l'll-rall.- for \vhal 1 hey )
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', I He i id Native of Stuart, has a College! Education a clean record from '.: : :. .J; flY[ .

birth/ from a good family, and( an honest, intelligent )progressivet'oung *- ,. ,.:-Y ., 1.L'1") I < #

Business :Man\ who has the interests of Stuart at heart. Dropsy :TailoredBLOUSES:-:) -1 y li[; ,,.J).\ ,\.:" [i.'

sound that .." ,.f : : 0Q
fundamentally 3
:: He has a Platform which: is progressive) '! unci(I '-.. "#

will) benefit all the Citizens of Stuart. SHIRTWAISTS ,,.wA. J

; }He J has promised) us an efficient, courteous and! aggressive: Administration ."1, V'

which we need badly.

,-, fair, and equal distribution::; !) of Ilealestate ;
lie has Pledged us, an even, p

Taxes regardless of Race, Creed, or Political affiliations. ; \\'c'mhlcy'II'.Ea, : l and # S SHotany

(Ii i i, lie has stated, in his Platform, to furnish the Citizens of Stuart an i iM |

:Annual published Financial Statement showing where our Tax Money N TIES fa H

is being spent. : THE IDEAL GIFT FOR HIM ,
who has a solid, fair,

7. business-like He is the only plan man toward running Refunding for Commis-ioncl'our: City Debt, which is an important o Stylish Sport Shirts lQ I Ip'p

Property O\\'ne1' in the City of Stuart. i I, i ,I II' andSWEATERS r ';J.Q J. e
thing to every "'"
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badly' in need of Young Men, dl ; p 'rC
Pains" and we are
Stuart has "Growing r
has vision, forethought and a progressive REMEMBER ONLY 16 SHOPPING '' i9A
who
like Mr. Butterfield forward, and fully utilize the many ad- ; 1 DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. ,. "y
to '
spirit to enable Stuart go WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR NEW
with,
: fit to Bless us Qp 'w .
Itlen
has seen :
vantages the Higher Power I ARRIVALS. #J J'

A CHANGE f tpd' (;iris for Him. GifU! for }HIT.I (Gifts; for SLIPPERS iM G
NEEDS
STUART Ladies Slipover and (iroun-iipx., Tecn-Airem and Youn l'lt'rM. Stylish All-LfwthiT! IIg
Coat StyleSWEATERS You'll Find Gifts Galore at the Christmas l'alcnb mind Kid, Hlucku,
Store Christmas Wrappings. Browns, Maroons '

Vote For Thomas J. Butterfield D4f i



Thomas J.I Butterfield because I want STUART SHOP I I
I supporting
am a Progressive
to ace Stuart take its rightful place as EARLY .y.y.f

East Coast Community. DEPARTMENT STORE .

CARL L. BESS

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: CORRECTION all I) :Momlit and Tursdnx,' :MRS FRANCES SMITH: i WILLIAM THIBAULT !JOE CAY

\ are closed) Governor Caldwell Replies to Press JOINS NEWS STAFF FUNERAL IS HELD : NOBLE ELECTED
, Through typographical error GRAND Or
II
'I' the Nu'' stated last: week that --- IMrs, Frances! wife of James I Final rites for William Thl- IOOF FOR 1947

r t"f14!. ,.,( all MomlaM: and Thuriilav Young pine stand protectedIrom II, Smith, Red Cross Field Director bault, 70 former Martin county
. I II fire produce in the sameIfiiRth Some Ideas Others I Joe Oa\ 'tar
are lined to hunting," Thecorrect Approves to Study Joined the staff (If the resident were held Wednesday Grand it th, "Ierltt
//I. Information, l of time t ton times the I stuar Od
' ; a< furn- Pluart News this week and vlll rfternoon at West Palm Beach lodge last week
: "Khed mount of wood tiber as when "*JU)
1 It u. by Came Warden
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( I 'I' 1I00rtm'an. handle society and personal I with the Rev Clare Cotton ot i iI met as vie" '1111011) FcM
Ralph ir, I is thai burned am, "iill\: lallul se-AI'( TIll'1 Flo'ida I 1 I'M Items, She be reached at .D ,
) ition
I ) -' asi-tui( s lures' and Tees for arrests mad may the First Methodist church of- i veteran ,
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I 1"I''ol11n1l'IIIIat for licJHlion her home I19-W'. or at I again :
k ; ioll''IIl'l'llll| i OHM ol slut"' by the pitrolnien In their counties phone elected ':.o" that
and liiiiil I lluis 1'\'cdH'd "I ,
\ I P, (iildwill Friday but In disajrreid/ with some of I Oov Caldwell "this A native of Charlotte, N, C ,I Mr Thlbault and his wife, treasurer' 6

ATTENTIONDUE tin ,'(Iitol',,' l finaniial piopoxaUHe ) j I may be necessary, but replied I am hopeful Mrs, Smith rame to Stuart ; Bertha, left Stuart to reside in Wilbar wa ;alslo,, Nero,.

nave approval to IUliel- that local law-enforcement from Uashlngton, D, {', where! West Palm Beach about four illative tll Ih. Grar
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''" TO LEGAL PROBLEMS 110118 that municipal tax aasesti cedureLJ51E8S, l\'.'111\ be strengthened and the responsibility she worked during the war In months ago Death occurred In which convene ,n] .ADrt'
i I'nl: and collection functions : : IN \\ninsn\ I kept at home, In the Personnel department of The new rn.tei, '"t, Qf'
home
his trailer
' be tinned over to county officials: I lit gave his answers in writing the Red Cross National Headquarters 1947 Will bt mane/
THE STUART BUS CO. 111.11 t that t the officers of constable to 33 specific recommendi- my event highway patrolmen Attached to the lie Is survived by his wife, two I money! In Januan a
_.' .. I should be given the same protection son, Curtis T, and William Tlilm- A.
.. and Justice of the peace lions submitted to him b)' the :Military and Naval' Welfare, II bum! who I' (1"'IU'II1J
eta
I the law allows offm.I"
t peace i I boult, Lake Worth
IM abolished and their duties Florida Puss association at his jr ; seven cessful ,
: generally," bel''o'k included the placewent yralJob" )) Q:
SERVICE performed by sheriffs and county I I daughters Mis Claudia McMil- automatic
i tpelcnl news conference In Orlando and training of0111'n 'lip i In(,
,, judges i l Nov 7, I II He disagreed with a suggest Ion for overseas duty linn, Miami: Mrs John Stanley, i I Past Noble 01"1111 c", '

'" HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY The !governor, reiterating along I The governor told Edwin A that the state road department Her husband, who retunred I Stuart; Mis Willie B, Dizymal- ,Ing; veai
bi endowed with exclusive ske, New Britain Conn
jurisdiction andMr.
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-fttandlng position disagreedwith MennliiKer of Stuart presidentof I ,
I traffic and to the 11 S a year ago was a Zula MM I
over rules Patrick Mrs A
that the state the PICKS association. that forerun i n
a proposal I Plead Director for the lied 0;: )
SUSPENDED Kgulations on state maintained Bernice Llndsey, Mrs Theada'
combustion ,
cigarette tax receipts be turned his expressions Indicate my ('ross In the Pacific and Medl- s IJ, "as
toad i through( municipalities to Swafford and Mrs, Settle Cherry, model wh./,
over' to I he cities present views although I have teranlan theatres for three i .1111, 0)
do away with speed tiaps" The i all of Lake Worth, and a number mation
WE HOPE TO BE ABLE not exhausted of the sub- 'n spur)
some
with ':
the
"I I 1110 nut agree 1IIIIryIIf years, He Is now serving; the \ar'zene
,
added however
that'uniformity
TO CONTINUE SERVICE SOON i1i_li'Uniting title iilluUd. tax I nets and what Ilny now may t governor South Florida territory as General of grandchildren _. was ki. ''WI liB, {,
In traffic laws and1lllInancl's -- -- -- ---
fund to mnniilpililits he said, not be my opinion after more Is field'" Representative,
WATCH FOR
ANNOUNCEMENT necessary
f :11'1111 study:
While ol'kl1owll'dglnl that :Mr, and Mrs Smith live on
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To a suggestion that the I nl- Rain's
\timeeie some advantages to Riverside Drive In St I.utlePstates Fancy Dressed Chick
eisiv( of I Id'ill,l and IlciidtStale VAN SEGGERNS BUY
\t.x assessment of property on and have actively Identified
: THE STUART BUS CO. College for Women be INDIAN RIVER SITE
bisix of it. Income ratheri
i 11\ h themselves with the EVERY BIRD
RAISED
:1' 'ollbiIWII l 11 a single 'n-t'lllll'a.l __ I ON WIRE
doubted
\i Ill its value Caldwell community in civic activities
J. R. MERRIMAN' I I 11, Illsdom of making the denial Institution with two Ray Van Scggem of the firm during the few months! they Fresh Killed Daily

((1);,ln(.'' in the Florida tax pro- brant'he*, the governor Bald "I o' Van Seggein/ & Dunn of East have lived here, Milk Fed Tender and Juicy
ought not to do nine than say "flthstieet t Miami, has purchased i iI
"Follow
I the
Crowd"
the proposal strikes nip at having Lidlan riverfront property at I CALI OFF CIRCUS to
inri'"" In \'\fof\ the fad Ankona from Lane Jennings on
: ,\S :MODniSD RAIN'S POULTRY
(that the Hi/ens committee on CO
HOMESEVERAL I Uiicli lie and his wife, Olive, \M\GFS: TEST
I education still I It Miuhlng the I plan to build a home In the nearfuttu'e i, 164 Fl.gler St PU
pioUlemHe ::
Stuart who thrilled
youngsters
BEDROOMS, BATHS, FURNISHED ON THE RIVERFRONTBUNGALOW said IIP doubts the soundness I
Mr and Mrs Van Seggein t:- the unloading of the Bradley I ---- -- '-
of a proposal for creation -
mine to Stuart almost, 20 yean end Benson circus here Monday i
w lof a third unit of the combined '
ago and purchased a 36-acl'p' were as disappointed as LIST YOUR
I institution In South Florida for
tract on the west side of the though Santa had let them down
of horticulture! Vacant Improved
study agilculttne and
North Folk where they built and when a 35-mile wind lipped the
end forestry with particular attention Riverfront
(
i made their home for a number tent so seriously that the show Properties

'I to subtropical conditions 01 years, After their five-jear was called off, Some Exceptional
Buy. Available
2 BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM AND BATH The governor said "an expan- I
'I
met death, the
'son an untimely
But the Stuart ball pal'k81
sion of South Florida
experimental -
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
1 home v.as never the same and filled all week with fine equities '
I stations would probably better
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CLOSE IN serve the need:' they returned to the north foi of the Arabian Hone Fair OTTO K: LIB IN
If number of yeaisVhlIe ,
clong with Shetlands and othershow
To a suggestion that state road
$7,50000COTTAGES I funds be withheld from all counties I \ here, they made many stork as the troupe remained I REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
cattle to close friends who will be glad/ to here this week to I't'st"hilI'
permitting lange :
...... I (.t large Caldwell replied that elcome, them back to this sec- repalilng damages to their !I Next Door To Stuart Ntewsre
I t Ion canvas theatre. j I
I doubt the wisdom of penalizing _____ _______ __ _
a state road system bpcau .. P._._.._- _- -._- .- ..-_,_._._'. 0------------- ------- o ..h __ __ __ _
n given county allows rattle on Are rwr.,.!ksn,{w.fG.q'lQr.t: ;; ; ;;'rswtw ,-f..J'.: ; ark s ;!a' alw, 's l:f.l h; rlw:l ';tia t,:.vlw)eta

the highways:' I

TWO SMALL COTTAGES, FURNISHED, NEAR RIVER ON LARGE LOTS II He indoised in principle, I sui,- N,9e9

PRICED RIGHT FOR QUICK SALE Best Ions that all welfare I Ii
,
gencies be consolidated uncle\
i
one department, that public :
6,250 and $5OOOTHEODORE
I vorlu be put under another and ; VISITE
,
I m I I that onseivatlon matters b' ;
combined In still anothei He' ,
DEHON and SON I disagreed, however. with some I ]

of the suggested! grouping of |I t
DEHON BUILDING REALTORS PHONE 81 agencies! i i

A pioposal that counties be i ittithorlzed t

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inigeis to pl'l fOl'l\l\ executive, j
administrative functions was'' .

I liven the governoi s approval although ]
1h he remarked t that a cont t '

Gl J 'he ea5 n oulcl tltutional be needed amendment to curry probably it out. (I I TOYLANLl

He also agreed with a suzgesI i
I ion! I tint small title should be =
forced law do with !
by to away ,I
Lovely Perfumes and Cosmetics ByRe I tl'rli' city jails and keep their I ] p.
t'ty prisoners) in the county jails j I 1
however, he said the suggestion j
USE OUR LAY-A-PLAN
that the law apply to all cities j t;

of less than 100000 population {
Thornton. set limit that is too ',: n,
nee :nay up u I *
hllh I.
The Press is-sntiilim' returnj i j p.

/1111110'11 that "m, Lucien LeLong. : id out In tiifoite! the intangible J
I lax law I fully instead "Ir merely I J PUSH TOYS CHAIR and TABLE SETS

scratching the 1011I fu, ('," (ild- ;

Dorothy Gray. ,well replied that the intangible $
I lax law' khoulil be cttful''t'd or (j METAL' OR WOOD

lipiileil \\t are ghiiiK suite P 5

Perfume 1'0111'lIt'l' Iu) "tin>! I I'IIWdl'l' 'Pate' I'IIWdl'l' Lip-I h-k <;iitt :-.t;, i- To a suggestion tint homeS I S

('ologties( Hath Salts, Mead exemption be denied on i

buildings which are used prin-
I
clpally for commercial purposes," iho CHRISTMAS
ll h1 replied "this strikes me as'' Jbi J

t Chen Yu. Nail Polish a inn/; sound, %\:,
The publishers proposed labor jj jjld.1 1.
r ;.111 ion "that will make labor ;

NAIL' POU&II[, LIPSTICKS. I FA'1'Hill THA\'EI. KIP: j Just as responsible to management /; -
as management Is to labor ft iJ
('I OUD)) ILK MAKE: LP MTKS I and to make union properties I |J DOLL STROLLERS

subject to taxes as any other organization j :t)l. DOLLS

or taxpayer," The I !
there bel I S 1P.
governor replied can
P:
: no valid objection to

t MEN'S GIFT SETS lity, The abuse of rrSIonSlbl-1 a f

privilege! of TRAINS BLOCKS BOOKS
r' slyI zution property Is not 0.

I PIUGAMOT; IIH, I.nIAJU'ILJ.1AIS: PIN.\tII.;I) Ol,It :-Pln; < :, to property,"owned by labor 01gunizatlons '- ? ,

TAttJf. I ,HISII. ISSTITITIS: I .6..p.,

},t
1 To recommendations that con-
i :mctlon work "be carried on to 1
COMPLETE ifxi,: :jinxs ShAVING[ : rnusnrs. DILLFOLDS conclusion" at the University of 1 TREE LIGHT BULBS-BEARS

COMiKI: (; ; PLACING CAlms Florida the Boys' Industrial @"

I PAHMI5 and WATFUMAN':\ FOUNTAIN' PK.VS school and the State Hospital, i p.
the governor said "Include the p.p.
p.
other state institutions the :

t CHRISTMAS} :\ CARDS need The Is newsmen as great proposed or gieater Immediate t I: Largest Selection of Toys In Martin County

a' IACC.IFT UKA1PINC. PA PI:It construction of four-lane Q p.
highways from Jacksonville to b,
TISSUE PAPER Miami, Miami to Tampa and p

Tampa to Jacksonville. The gov- f!

J CANDIES I T Fancy Gift foxes! fly Jacobs, llollingsworlh ernor said "add a Central Floi- b!:' SHOP EARLY
Johnston, PierreBruner's ida highway and U. S 90;" which
runs from Jacksonville to Pen- I
I sacola. I

OPEN I The Tress association tug- )j

EVE NINGS Pharmacy piled doubling the Mate high )J! Coleman's Home & Auto

TILL XMAS way patrol licenses force and and the that cost the ofdrivers' it'"J SupplyW

Lyric Building Phone 9 slate officers be given general J
police power with sheriffs continuing j

to toilet fines, forfel-
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HE[OFFICERS Mrs. Leach Directs State Ul I I CRATE -50TU WEDDINC ANNIVERSARY ., ,) ,, ,,

For ,
URGED
,,t VETERANS ,"'" l:' Idlf'1\1

12th r .. lid mw largely|: '
11 l HIGHLIGHT Annual Pan-American Tel"fit

Tout s / TO REINSTATE -< .

i -- S;': JJCM: .:.L.7U.l'-: : flimm "1 Tilillir.USED .
MM Wlllnrorcl Ransom I
MEET Leach t
rRiCT '3'7'tpm''f' the 0aflenciubrf I I'I\nRportntlol1 on schedule. all '
pant) director I meals Tasco trip. WAR\ INSURANCEAccidents

sixth dlstilc.. is again norSa The state. director I who has CARS ,
lubli To ('on'rnl' lilkl'n, the I _
Ganrll! ? Mate dliecte,]' for the trIp 'In previous VNIK p

|"rf Mertnestlav% "(>r I I pilgrimage; o, garden international lov, I soul
Annll 1 athl'rlnlC ers She announced an excellent opportunity to see Americans Than Bullets,
today that the< NO RED TAPE NO DELAY
the tour 1 to Guatemala, Lra1placeof Mexico. This| Say Authorities

II''" .'''trlei officers of of Mexico. win: be from by Feb way, 23 i of unusual privileges" / I' I BOUGHT AND SOLD

J.I cttiHtlon ol Oar to March 2. 19 7. extended through our friends In 4a Many veterans have retuimi' I

;.b' ', ,,, texture. the an This u the 12th : Mexico In order not to )publicize! to civilian jobs thai are as dinI -
clubs of (Usvv annual Texan he privacy of these a1 fighting WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
a::" ''II., ii ( Harden\ club pilgrimage to Ml'x- beautiful I rrous as a warAccidents I
-I) \ !'rtnesdav at 10 11'0 which' Is being Homes. not. open to the aveiuu + r r rt killed more Amcil

,' .h'' ( rvu') Centei Mrs with the; Pan.Amel'lcan combined Garden,' held vWlor" their names IU11..,_ I cans than did bullets In f miyears CASH PRICES( '

: ena'' '' of the Caproi Club pilgrimage to the Interna she added of war.

( It I ,?I 'llr' Pierce l Is dl. tional Flower Arrangementschool ,, (internal.! gino( I Those two reminders were of

r.Ih dlstiiot and in Guatemala;' she .The all-expense! price to Oua- feud Saturday bY Stanlex 'I FOR YOUR USED CAR
stat
I' ," ,the ill-lav meet ed!. and both may be taken (. mala-from Mexico-Is $300 Wai>sei'. Insurance Officer nt tie! .
01 The
r \1. B Mann Jock'delation Potty! one" I party will leave Mexico by Veterans AdmlnUlravlon Retlol '" See Rust Wiley at
\ peal plane Feb 23 arrive Guatemala' Office at Miami, for i tin")." .
The ,
\I l' :!lit i the) nioi\'nlm7inn ; Antonio puce of the trip from San 2:2&: p m. that day and return I veterans of Martin counu \\ !1', .

.. the 1 statesmncutlott Texas to Mexico Is bj' plane to Mexico City Miich( 'f have allowed their Nitlc}?"
$24192 If two people share 3. Motor Co.
i of th<.' lowei a Service Life Insurance POII'I'i' Wiley
,1'1 ., Blue Star dilvih < This bet th the price Is "55.10. Anyone interested In making Ind y'.r: ::: : to lapse since separation Ir"to i, y
price includes round :
ill ( nation iI trip' the trip should contact Mrs the service

r. \1 i I Dorothy Benne! 8)')'etinl pullmans passport hotelIteren Leach phone 678, or write to 111'1'i I "If veterans stop to thin.. Telephone 291 Stuart ,

J. i Pierce, authoii nights' luncheon each for inthei Information regarding bout facts such as these,.. I, r ...

k ': ;:niicultural, will cloy except Free Day. nil aim plane i fur. the Florida) crimp will quickly realize that 'he .-.z__ .. ____

.' 't. ..rnoon on "Waitflce --- -- 4In needs his service Insurance Wu-;" !!r


/ who haul" Power Company Pushes .;. I I Err Veterans said prized the Insuran Are You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC

norm 1 tie Mrs t. ,", \. that Uncle Sam made avnilabi!!'

\ ,in Bench tlilrciIri II to him during the war to OJ.MII"
( III,' \'I' n' .; ""aIu'1lIllIlIlItll'n. are rl'.h'lnll' conlal << ? --
\ Portl'l'D.lld- him that his wife, children III'I i .
I Rural .tali', m 'r'''"nt Irn: lI1unv lI'I\'lId III (Ihl, area alter I'l'le.hratlllv I
P III Beach past t Electrification I parents would not be left destitute ... ..
r th"1\ .. If tttt following i tan awl r** .h. Cal should
\ illtll.dlli. ; aumver+arv quiets) at hlllne last
Miss Ann Bunk- I In case an enemy bullet ."0"'. for "..t...... .! th. WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL
tinrtl5( ,. nil, I I. 11111(,' und \11',. 1'I1I'k.'I''I'e marr.d, Iee 1, their
,. P n Beach. new cll- I Ir'".. ..", .. "\ .I' lu..tlt.. 111 the Peace in thc Intliatowii area, i' eliminated him as provld"r'altl'r I. I. I. .10. ..,. ho..a.l' 5.. hlo ...,. that N devoted ..clusl..... foe
i I'I i seven APPl'Oxil1latf'l\( lilt| nUre; Of the war. t,........, .. .oar .sodhw.
;, 11111' hundred" Ilimll'f''tl'lfll'ation< ) ( hI') h't ,: lit Pall: "I. .1 vale ".111 'allllll1ll man r..tlrh\1C after U years ,I Then It was Instance created ... ... _
XI LA e 1".1(1 i fl.t, flllt., I. Yew eendihen I. fad v uNorded w .f."It. .1. f5.f .1
,II I".lvd fi' im elsltlnservationo. achieved by111'\ FlrH IiI;i i L:L.IK VI REPORTS ON l n.' for soldiers by law and 111111'.111'11 petrol .k.1I "r thine. .10. h.yo ..,.Ieee1 M .10. sesdr .f .10. d
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in /and Power company in he Smart i- : lor/ their pockelbook Now' Con I. The WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL .....t.. with ....".Iflo ..,...01...
dlstilet gresslonal legislation) has mud .....t...... tho d.......... ....Iot... thot v0 ......an bu _t.""....
II IL! Thayei, of which John1: NEW BROAD,BRLASTED: TURKEYS SUCCESSFUl i ,,,. a5.'' ....f ,.""...."
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) Law, .It., I is manage( ) MIAMI MEETING : :It adaptable! to their elvihaii : 4t .Ii a hx.lni HI.t h ..*..... 4..Mrtur. from ..ny farm .t
Realizing that development IIj i i heeds as a I token of appre.'la .....rrfew. tralmnt' tfurlf.** vow .........

TO I I.U M II the oinhlnn districts round thr The County Agent's Colum tlon for their protecting the* I. You SA...It ,..,..It lets tho WHIT' CROSS HOSPITAL f. be dl., t
!t.tltfl'Et1fIK: ; county seat Is of paramount importance OF POWER! EXECS I country In which they )peisueel ,5orye1 "PO" roar ern 000.5 .t .5r ..,.....

lit! By L. M Johnson livelihood and raised their ,,, .. ....
to the future of 1.1..1'-. their I. F" .10. e/ao vi- w 5 uued snl rya Notlt .. .
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tin county Manager Law has -- tiimlllei
; I 1--- 7. 't.II..t' .Ifs. ...... ... cookies hwplteti.efles.
pesos pour "
I I ill tall Its. win- used every available lesoui 'e Wire Shortage T'l'l'st'nlsSl'riou. 1I I Cmdi Donald O Van de Wa n' spray mlxtme of two quarts NSLI Is the boat lnsurnnravail.ible < ..t.., II,... ..,...."... "h... .,th t.... ......_.
veterans
.u pkllli sr heDo for materials to push this post- Problem Light I lei is successfully raising the diathane( one !Ib elite sulphate. I to on any R. If yo. .. pot."tI.1 .I.shelk' h..ell.Ilr.t10s w ...,"tI..
w al' exU-n.slon of electric pown I' And Power I .ills 1 market today natal eivlllnn Insurance 000x5.. t. ne,5 tho 010..10.._". et ,Sro.o dn.k.,. Is. .5.004051. ...
'12. although I ne w V. 8. Dept of Agriculture i ne half lb. lime to one hundred organizations will sub .

1111\. :iltift. ),note lines expansion work which I Beltsrllle While' turkeys, a gallons of water applied! weekly ... .
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hlanllite" this statement" Wu.I T. "tl" dxSkln..at tv. /Cedei yell .f vital wfw stasis
was chant 1 holly curtailed during The si i lous shoilnui of copper biond-breasted breed which will 1two: to three hunched Ibs, I th.t ,.. ...... .tfe,4 to ..."t....
| out NELI Is n ue v'eimnent
r Sprenl. will fir I thc wni yenta win trnnsfoimeis nnd other overage about 12 pounds on pressure This spiny mixture It I ser pointed lit 10. Only' ... w.... of COMM. from tarn. .", .usl..... Ii required. tot
.., Manager Law leporteel today t itlcil mateiinl Reelect for thlconstruction sponsored nnnpi ,.., .......,.
I h season Doc 12 matuilty He has 100 of thesebirds also a good preventative to kel'p'Iatl' available only to WorldWar

P w c York to Stuart that since the war, his company of new tleclilc lines i now six months old on his blight from starting 1 program Th. WHIT CROSS HOSPITAL It soar ko.!>It., ...."t.I".. fro
I has extended power senlci was the chief topic of discussion (i II veteransThe 5M ..........t et tour eo.4fI.o role." D. ".. N ................
J and 10 minutesMiami place In Tropical, Farms, IIndIt'elll'fld The Stuart golf and country veteran should by all ot ......... yen. err do.b".1 .t .... _"bl. ......".. .... r1u
I inn In orotund the Palm City loop road ft a meeting[ of Florida Power' ': / the stock directly from cub: l Is to be commended upon I ......tol so. ..w .... 1. .10. ......?.. .t ......... .ch nn4.en. -
& execullveiI means retain this Insurance and .. roses ... ... .......... ..... .,1v' ..... of 5w-
) minutes It will : out Martin hlahwnalong I the( ; Light Compan : the Dept) of Agriculture He tie: excellent progress toward if he has allowed It to lapse. ....t.Io., ....... Wrdo err ..... .., '..0'......." .. ......"., ,,,....
dlantown road the Brill Road held I In Miami last Thursday and Plans ..... D''.." .. .Ie_'" .y...._ ..", rem, vpe ,..._..
u 1'21 1 ]p. m. tulsed his birds on wire for the reclaiming! : the golf course should immediately take step, ,...".Ioft hf ......t...... ..1,.
Friday. according to John MLa I
the Federal
( 1 133: p m n >rthn and along highway float three months to avoid mi lo have the course In shapelot to i-Instate It. lie Is III'ul1l1Kll'lth
'. .. District Manager.
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north of Stuart I 'Irst.I .
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disuse M hi 'ridotiH t to turkeys playing by Tnnunry Uncle Sam and the Insurance 11I1n.11 \\\
In St Lucle county this utility "About the only thing we can of the f
10'i' is I'elll'n: in the early slimesDovd I With the appioach Is his polleHe ruin n u''",
1 '" titer. an ab l'n"'e bus been taken out to the Fort do about U light now Is to work Fox, owner of Boyetrnrnte Christmas season losses from too hotter WHlif CROSS
Pierce farm, to White City to out tome soil of voluntiiy rationing I
!ivmn in Stumtoucnbcnnd ", I located! on t he South Forkireentlv Inc are always great December
t the Inelrlo tee.tlon mil north on said Mr. Law. "\\'' will I I
:+ ). and I purchased a small quan- lie I losses are nearly always

i bound Kings highway Including some I I have to use the limited supplyof Ity of blood red grapefruit! greater than any other month tacit CJilhtmas eve for the past t

('h imp ion" beneon I of the area between Indrlo and materials we are receivingwheic bii\ tied ticeThis IK one of the ol t the year Losses for the United 3(1( years. or since the Winnn 62(0 Central Avenue. Sr Prtenburg 'ho... 31.061

\ rrnuainsw Vero Beach. I I they' will do the most. I 0005W icccnl plniiiliHn of ted Stales" last December were ne r- : club first contacted" him lor i Ihu 1

., Snrt. at Speaking| in terms of families !Good" Mi Law explained that grapefruit In MartIn County. Iv fifty million dollars Holiday regular stop) heie" -.. -.II" !

"bound 1_:5SWHIN benefited by the program: Law :, the const ruction of long electric Mr Fox Is also HI'1 timing a con Him account fur a large pail of -- ___ .. I

e'tlimtcd that: the various short lines serving" only two or three slderablc amount of muck land this. Fire extinguishers shouldbe j

'unpin su! j'( arov l'xl'nslllllll: which connected new' customers would have to beeeferred by digging! ; ditches with a drag checked and caution used In

c. .' "Rtul: at .1111'1'i :arena,i already serviced : because they would ccqulre line He plins to use this muck cur Christmas tree ranee- HIe

bit OOUI11111r1\ ,I, 35eo ; (\ch is the cut-off i road! to Sa- large amounts of critical for growing winter vegetablescBv ( menu Make sure all electric

H' ..nfd4ic h.1 : no I from the Indlantown Materials which can be used toKCIC spring Mi Fox plans to havea toys and lights are approved byimderwliters

i load' hive: supplied electrical many more new homes and fresh water! storage basin for : t laboiatoiles Use

R ('11m i \enienccs to 250 additional businesses that can be reached boats. caution.
c >d I'
r > ru.'nntrrs In rural homes and \' lih shortllne extensions George( Crmiad manager; of Promising yearling: heifers Intended le '. I
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\ : lit' nuns. On Friday. there was a special Nlpperslnk farms formerly (The for replacements In the :I I

ItJ L >( king back to pre-war years. i eellng with more than 100 old John Taylor farm 1 Is pro- beef herd should be kept In : .

I I : II'I r mi pirn records indicate representatives of national elec- ducing eggplant so large; that thrifty glowing condition, have ::.._.__ r ? I I!

,,1I1I11C"t 100 per cent Increase In t I1.leal manufacturers and sup-) eight fruit will fill a bushel access to good pastures, and separated

III I 1.1.1 lumber I] of famllif serviced )plleis Invited by the Company basket i from the bleeding herdso

( by the Power compam "The In- lor the purpose of discussing Tomato growers of Martin I they may attain good! giowthbcloie r

I erased volume of business has: these 1 material shortages as well County are cautioned lo keep they are bied If bred too
: ; % LOSS OCI I iI
isslble numetous leduc- affecting our close watch fur late blight/ This
i. act )j< n* other matters young) they never attain full
l'It'I and) ton' Ilivi i t tans: in rates" Law stated. "so i Industry". said Mr Law. "We :'!seise Inns appealed In large| size. are pool milkeis and produce -

Insurance It b.\ u 00,(' 1 percentage of increase Is not asked for a greater share of the plantings In HIP( Fort Pierce
I' i 11 n"<'teel 11Il1col11l' flturcs;' he r\nllable critical materials for nt'a.:: LUC blight can be held : poorly nourished, undersized -

M 1., Kill \ Pleasant P added' \( (\. Florida \\e told them that thl'tl'I'I'ltory i Ender: control bv spn\inc! with calves
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rttl.m To Know ItWill served by the Company

: wonK UN11ERtl'.11'ON \lih light and power is the fast-

III'I.. (;01 r" ('il'It'CThe ( : i'I growing territory In the fast:01 ;; State Chamber In Analysis of

.ILl.NI1'( I Folks lou (: growing(; slate In the Nation." i

KNOW:. \ Mho Will \l-lI'nil N I fit Port newly S\\'all.acquired now in golf the course hinds been 1 his Representatives meeting tame from attending all over Wages, Salaries Vs. Income Help Woody

iu t the Settle- I of Golf Club members has Florida and from the southeast I -_

men( sie Is Now'! 'partly cleared and lenovatlonMenibeisnips the club. They Indicated reports would be i The high Inclement( of wages machinery and the propoitlonntely Prevent Fires

I pints' I is undergoing; nnled back to their respective '''and salaries as compiled) with smaller element of human .
Tin Insiiiaiue club are
(Of Ml .in the new
; leaet- i impanles" i net Income of proprietors. in vii luboi In agriculture Wages and
(C week and
Kinds I licensing each the The meetings, were addressed lOlls phases of Floiidn economy sulailcs in agriculture last year .
piojcct
ers are encouraged user In McGregor, Smith President In 19-13 Is brought out In nn analysis totaled $53800000 and net income and :

ED ., ( \ piictic- D
MAPP Some golfers are nut Tile. Vice Piesidenl R B. Ro- : Floridians by a report released Other categories for which
winter sea-
txery: Kind of P PInsurance )preparatory! to a beits Commercial Manager. J. jesteidiy I by the research and II there are no comparable tabulations too! :
actlll'llts.YnullR ;
III plumed execullves Income bring total ,
(N ji s n 1 b: Hlers and other industrial division of the Florida on
Company officials also dlsiiissed I State Chamber of Commeice wages to $1.540.000. as previously ,
Phone 19 PO ,treacle ] pint timbei ;:i l'o\\'S three growth of the icpoiled, Net Income of proprietors -- !
I I1Jr' ( future facts of the case, theuseaicheis I
"The
... flnle laMn I m height 1 when' P10't uultory' It served and made stated "are presented totaled $455.200.COO. 1 \.. .Lcolours, posted in high towers,

)''m t I ,ted wont fire ._ plans for surveys to estimate Its I In the following official tabulations I "In addition to prophctors keep watch over much of our forest

-. -_- I 1949 needs You know It takes Income Floridians received $199 '

"''about fOil yeais to plan and "Wages and salaries in manufacturing 000.000 In property income / land(
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produce an electric' (generating I' in Florida 'last year stocks, bonds dividends and '
VISITORSWant pant! said Mr. Law, and we amounted to $232800000 and net rents I from investments both Hut the best they can ('do fs to spot +,

want adequate power when FlorIda Income of proprietors) $8200000 within Florida and out of the .a fire alter/ it has started.( They know t
needs it; that's why1"1'1' Wages and salaries In trade state." the report concluded,
A Good Time? that that first of smoke bea
starting to study 1140 need $223600000 and net Income otplopl'jetors wisp may

VISIT I now" i $07.900,000. Wages CODU'SITCIiRISnf.S: conflagration :within minutes. y ,3
I --- and salaries in service establish- THEE AM PROGRAM: TORE

ROOMCommunity MM'.\M MFMBIhN: ment (hotels, places of amusement \1 CIVIC ChNTHl:/ Hut a far better :way to protect our : I
THE MARINE PBlfItillStuart :
('USNI (Mil filing stations repairshops I
etc i, $164000000 and! net Recreation Director T Q .1 forests is to present fires before they ;
Frolic last Friday
Singing Klwanlans. who will head
ccndiicted another of their get-I Income of proprietors, $56800- Sthieckengost. Christmas Tree "\"",,,. start. Most of them can be prevented, : L'it
Favorite Wages and salaries In transportation the Community
Your 000.
1urray Snyder -.- Plays rcqiialnted series of programs i $123500000 net Income committee this year announced ) because carelessness causes most of
members, whose names that Santa Clause has been v
Food with today
12800000. "
Good Mixed Drink Fine were drawn from a hat giving Wages of and piopiletors salaries in construction notified that the tree and program ,)..t-, .. --- them. Be sure your cigarette or match ; I s

DRAFT BEER an When account and of why themselves I came to I proprietors. $47,100,000, $4200000 and net Incomeof Wages year.Mrs will. be at the Civic Centerthis 1 is out before you throw it away. J : I

(PREMIUM ) stuart" is always a popular itemof and salaries in finance $37,000.- E A Mcnnlnger presidentof ,

these extemporaneous pro-Interest COO and net Income of piopiletois the Womans Club and Mrs This Advertisement Sponsored By yf
human -
GOODSVICTORY well as the Santa
PACKAGE orams as $7000000 Evans Clary will assist
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stories of the speakers "The Income distribution In Claus In providing bags of candy

agriculture presents un unusual for all the kiddles But-best of THE STUART NEWS
seventy rr
BAR One hundred and and apparently temporary situ- all-old Saint Nick has written
butts are .
thousand cigarette In ation because of forced war pro- that he is including Stuart on his
away every minute of southbound schedule as he has
LOCATED HOTEL BUILDING thrown di'ctlQU' volume, extended use
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f ,' Tldmarsh ol Port Jelfeison L J'I I their cottage: ut Edcnlawn near 1!Winnie and Dorothy, for a visito I II
I \\ho expects l f""i build on same J(Rein last weekend The Conk- I : several weelu Their homes
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.. Palm City News when matelial is iv illablt', ,I IJUg who nit frequent Palm City I are at Panama City I
t,.I By ASSD..*\ I II I L J Murphy expects to soon ViMtois were !given a happy wel- Ooidon Tldmarsh Fred Holly
." 4 start btllldliu u home for Mrs came on Sunday. The last win-, and Mrs. Dorothy Kelsey of Port A
4 llllllllllllimiimililllllimilllllHIIIIMI/ i 1 H"ldi M-nt' :jnd: daughter, on ,id Benson they !spent us Is their Vfferson. L, I, are now occupy-I ATTENTIONALL
I other In Call-( the home of Wally Bull .
custom every year hng on
j John K: Terrlrk of Conneotl-! n lot east of the one now ocr II
1 ii'III tilt is building a home on the \pled. by the Murphys As materIal IUI'nla, (Second Street
\ ( r' iiid at Third SI and the StI 'I becomes available It will! Mr and Mis Don Palmer and, Residents of Palm City will
I four children of Jefferson Ohio i I\',dome the small store about to
Lilt K River He also Ibe I
owns sevti enlarged
II lived i last week and are now be established for the season In
. ,r u more river front lots He re- i I' Mr and Mm' Victor ConklU temporarily located at the Shot-I the old stole bulletins on the VETERANSATTEND

t. ft tinny sold one lot to Gordon. ._of_Sauk Center.Mimr.i arrived_ at well Apartment They! are special coiner near the bildge Mr Tld
,... i i u friend of Mr and Mrs Dan I marsh and Mr. Holly expect to
I" \VentzMi I I open the store soon with groceries -
cold drinks, ice cream, etc
NEW BAKERY George Holtz of Jefferson i I
and Mrs L Packard
I Ohio arrived last week and are DI1evM Hi I
.... .. "THE HANDY PANTRY" I occupying the trlaler owned by Marlon Flsk were -
.. ,Palm Beach visitors on Monday i.j
Dan \\enlz Mrs.Holtz may conic
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: WATCH FOR OUR OPENING South later Mr and Mrs, Joseph Cackey I
have their baby In the West j
Mr and Mrs Al Hanson of Palm Beach Hospital for treat- I
'\ Delicious Tasty Pastries Cleveland Ohio were guests for I ment The child has not bel'nl
several days over Thanksgiving I well since birth but hopes are' THE
I( Doughnuts 1'Uw\ home of Mr, and Mrs I held out that another year will
Y, Charles Knimm
I show improvement
Meyer Bldg Akron and 2nd SiI The Hodapp family expect the I I
arrival 1 coon of their) daughter, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIII/ /

-;n rA,.''-pennare i'o''d.: ;;;j;. ..,:..-Y 9 W"N Y 171.91Rel rW'rRyLun.ry-lyTeNYryY.p.ege:ro.nuL 'n.W to,-, ey v. N.'e'at.1--ft--:.1-11a"@."W;}'1h,9"-.-Y-1--j tit':.:JPyArsrfrrP7'W5W Vtl,WMY.'WS -C71.1 SALERNO NEWS
.. MEETINGof
I b" 1 i lt\ MILS: (), I D. QIIGIIAllllllllllllillMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIlMIIIIIIMIIII; MASS
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,- | Choose Your Christmas/ Gifts Now 5 5ON Salerno Mr and/ Shores Mrs Roy arrived E Decker Tuesday of ,

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after the at
I spending summer
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b ( :\ OLK() : their home In Rhlnebeck N Y I
-'" I Mr and Mrs. Charles Conrad
sr, were hosts at a Thanksgiving :
i:4:: LAY-AWAY-PLAN dinner for Mi and Mrs. Roy E i
Decker at their home in Salerno
5> ShoiesMr Veteran's Political Organization
and Mis L. C Moore of i
( iv e Hir i rive(; Him .1 ,
I Stuart were town callers Sunday.
lye A 17-Jew(" d0
L1 y MKr1Hamilton .'C.G. lCf ":' Mrs P. O Smith spent twoelms
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E''U .. Solid Gold I ::( : .e" t '
: "f ) "< last week In Tampa
t,, \\uUh Wi.tthj /. t(.' 'to" {:; Mrs Martha Whittle spent
( tb t\ ,,
? Thanksgiving at the home ofI'el' FRIDAY DEC. 6 1946
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j t; We Suggest Jolie/ Pearls j| ?' d)4:|' and daughter family of', Mrs Palm, S City.E. Lane Her, ,

):..,< daughter Ann Whittle, of West. 1
.. Palm Beach met her there.

I':, For Her on Christmasray &( './4'I"' q f oF mana Mr and Lamb Mrs and,, Beesha Lois Ard MarieLightencr Ro- 7:00 P.M.AT ] .

|J1!? F Fine Selection Peruvian Silu-i 1..1-\:1.w.g"\ \ 1.ft 1. on Mr. and of Mis Okeechobce Bill King called Mrs ''

*- '' '? *, Md Is the daughter of Mrs. King
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EXI'EHT'A F I TCH IIEI'AIKS: -=-3.?*y J W M. Marr was called to Wau- ,
chula last week i i
Mis W M. Marr went to1: THE 9.
5 Il? tG : Naples) Sunday. Her daughter,
M' Mrs Ailo Carson and children, I
[1 LaPointe S A :Patricia and Kenneth, accompanied -
her home to spend a

9 Imported and Costume A+ '; week The Easeibeaver class held Its|i,
% Jewelry
% uisului: ) mettiiiK Tuesday nigh: CIVIC CENTER
fj with Mrs Fred Pedersen akad-
| _..- WATCH REPAIRING ,5jJ
1 j c i of Uu Bible study I
VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA. Q.. The Ladles Missionary society I Ivll i 3 3'
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meet Wednesday evening at j jM ..
k CfC: -IeYtlu.a6'dC' :YI,6SYw": iJt: ., (O G'6a ;i..t JL :ab YC"'YR.4 : I: ',/'fti6/',, :, &6t.,::1:" ":a u!>'nq.CJ46,7.ii-I vA ::vt drYE'! 4, in the Methodist church .
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AGAIN I THANK ALL WHO VOTED FOR ME IN THE PRIMARY 1 '\f ":

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ALL THE VOTERS OF STUART h

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IN THE GENERAL CITY ELECTIONa I 1'1' ..


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10 JI.MCOLEMAN( )

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DURING MY TERM AS CITY COMMISSIONER :>

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The Following Was Accomplished Without Additional Expense to the Taxpayer ':

1 l Acquisition of the Water Company without any 4-Streets have been resurfaced insofar as the City 7-Property adjacent to the Civic Center is being I
capital outlay by the City,which will eventually be has beer.able to obtain materials and labor for such acquired for Recreational Development.
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paid for out of revenues and become a definite IncomaProducing work
S-The City has maintained adequate Police, Fire,
Asset for Stuart.
Street Cleaning, Garbage Collection and other I I.
5-A detailed plan has been secured for a modern Sew municipal services.
Acquisition of the Service Club at approximatelyonefourth I
age System to be constructed when conditions and
of its original I construction cost provid 9-All current financial obligations of the City have .
funds warrant. Funds for the plans and specifications
ing Stuart with a Civic Center and headquarters for 'been promptly met during my term of office.
were furnished by the Federal Government.
recreation 1C.-I have been personally active in sponsoring recrea ,. I"
3 3. Street Lighting has been improved since the end of Contract has been let for the repair of the St.Lucie tional)programs because I have always been deeply \ I .
the war,with the improvements limited by the lack Avenue public pier, and plans are in preparation. interested in participating in athletic affairs in the
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of available fixtures. -for extension and improvement of the-city dock. community. .

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I HAVE BEEN A BUSINESS MAN AND TAXPAYER IN THIS COMMUNITY it..
FOR THE PAST lS.YEARS-AND DURING MY TERM
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AS COMMISSIONER I HAVE WORKED TO SEE THAT THE TAX-
PAYER'S MONEY HAS BEEN SPENT FOR SERVICES TO BENE-
FIT THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY DURING THE COMING YEARS. :


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LJ' "Ideas In Action" Theme of Press Conference At MianiJ




I/.1L -rIR'.f.,. I'ltF.smr"T HOKUM AI' IIFtI- !-- MONITOR rmroitH : Speeding Cops Spur '

;nlState's Press ReceivesI RERAN CHOSEN I Edit

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r Ii In Nightmare Ride at Mialf
NEW\ PRESIDENT

: Spiritual and Practical I'' By EDWIN A l\IENSlsm.n-I Florida Put.! \

: : FLORIDA PRESSCallahan cade, and 'n t I '
I I Old von ever have a night; r
;!' i' roaie' You know, the kind fully I'nOI" I I
I Advice From Experts cops sad It.1''
: when you do everything you are I forth, kel'pul; I': '' r
Publisher NamedAt
.,J 01 supposed to do? there w"
Annual ConventionIn Well I did
n t urns: : MONSI ,I about III.1n
) : Miami l had it in broad daylight last
I I 1..1 ill .Ii" nueht II Ita i Iii t h"l11"' .I'i Ill" A led along 1'IIilaleah ,
It sir ii .It 11e i II' 111'1.11 ) atttrnoon in Miami I
.. j Saturday
.. 1 '' ..I I 'Ilni, t'fl.\ Itillu IIII tin' I, tin'idti I'll'" 'A'v"-mi ion : LloYd) lloirln, publisher of the don t think I was dreaming, be- I I I I ,
IIf'i, J'l'illll11m! SIIPLHdatp1 the' mind v. high guided l lIH down t the-.I. I 1
I fly a : < News at Callahan, Fla., was elect cause I failed to wake up after-
!rah I. I ld,1, III tv +tripe I thioiiph win,.turn! ni-t." al>- Lit president of the Florida Press I waids poor hind I back to 'flitI I

't. ". ,1i f : III I'I'' I ,II I 'I"II t h,' (.niiMtiiittUi'ihoiiirhN "I Stat!<'. II( Association\ Saturday at I the \ "oe* l l,andnay lound instlla I Guide!! i,

,111.)1" I" I i "I'I'"(111" ''taml n\entlon, 'Wcceedlim' ,t 9 .\>'1111. ; But I b' ''I""
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\ .., u11,1, I "'I',' Ih( Edwin! A. Menningei of Stum: 1 r, lit wa 5 I' ,
Vs Phi c'e l: I' of Miami had sup-
01, "I" '1\ ," 'In D lion Pllbll.ht'1'1i1'1'1' warned! Other officers ell'cled'I're: lI i j Nr I It'd ii ( ,coit of three motorv 'and I thus>
.1 /1// ', '"' ).. ("I1II'IH1I:i that hell: newspiptrx must\ not t Piinklln Fitzgerald of pnyt i I 'u' pnhremen to supervlws our ting hilt,
t. \In I 'I III' "I' \\11"" nlaruI .- exceed! last y'ar' neuv*print lclllll1: ,\, MpniiniKei, publish t titian Beach, flist vlce-piesldent I i (..lightlyparked I',I I ,
.,ILl, Inky" the lea d l I I quotas 'until we upt out <01>i tlw'' J ci of The SIll)3/1 New*, who 8 L Friable! of Bartow, second i 1'1,, l \

'- I" Illtt II 'I'' '1'111111,111)1'0'' woods on 1 this sl1l1lllon.i; I(rounded out his \eiir as I'lesidpnt vice-president,, Olixpi S, Moilon, loinU 'Ipt' /r lIh,. j, JoJ' lI101tHI.II. ad.1 PlCSRSKIK'1.111(111Iv Ru.,ell Kay of Tampa, secretary I but abuses 111f'' I,
tit.inn ts 1'1'1.11lrtl"L llf the I 1101'1<1" I "f Onssoihtul Piesstieksinulli the ('III'IlIan St'il'lH'1'' ;Monitor. \M I ]jJl'tnl newspaper "
I'f' 111,1.1" ",, ? ul pl"ac'UCIIJk Alter Ridipson concluded. John I' Pulping to plan' and presiding. and treasurer ', 1\ li<> called, for lii'l- who told Iloildi cdilois. that \'f'oJ'd) ] a widespread attitude Inlrlu"l L'
II "'"n ( ,I\/J"llIh',\ / 1'1II' HIP ,,.sliil anil InKtruilive Directors named by Mr, lie 1'- t ll'a\! \ mlv hnll the Is be- that 1'\1
l U. Perry i 8r Palm Be u'h owner I 91 moM' siir i jlei news polling/ and closer| (spile' 11! veais of prophesy : spry
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lth '"1 111, III I11l't''I oi'1 Wist em Newspuppi' Union 1 oiHentlon In thejroiipn 1111 to serve the association for |I coopiraliiiii wild the \l', pointing that radio spelled the iloom of 1 lag told," I pmtulcIn I ., I
'I' .oi'' "11 ,Ind IId- which services hundreds of small .imwspapcis hlnlorvni ', the coming year are: out (hit K..I! factual news the press' tnurlrnn newspapers HP tailed for a return to'the the nand I

? PI'" 1 In the nut Ion. and Edwin A, Mennlngcr( Stuart stories lenrfil the Slate ale In a stronger( position toiltvthan pilnclples of truth and honesty) keep'u,1,
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oj 1'-' \11"1\ %VrtaI' I News In nerShfp with the | Now ttui)(' ., I
IlI'f"'I' a "pori pro'plc
publisher of a chain 01 l 17 Floi _. ever
'01 I ,.. 1'1'' 'I"I < Illtil -- lea weeklies and five small dall- the world 111/11'kl't-but! 11iheli Polly Rose Balfe, Rcclland District - --- --- ," praised 1 the newspapers of : close', ''I 1 hl', '

1/, 1 1 I "J" (' (" '11'oil If in the State. set lire to the t hold Is broken It will bust I New, Homestead i commerce, giving/ the definitions -- -- I the country for their serious role I I about nl i iing PI"" I

n 1,.' 1", 1 ljo I ,1' Hc'a' wood with the ihaue that "the' I the market!. wide open and witvlll Luther Jones. Belle Glade: I for( responsibility under! the acts future, with the plaque and a during the "'ar-and pointed out up v\\ h I)

'I joll1 II'' n"11h"i real reason for the .paper ahorlI I again be able to get all the Herald I I His address! was legalistic and ciitlflcate of recognition to bero.wardl'd Hint the bogey of radio Inter- I'I' ,it Mli 11 I I.. ',
t t" ,,1),1' "l'll1lfn i ora11 Is deliberate violation of the> *paper we want at a fair pi'ice." Fred Orr, of the Western Involved and mimeographedcopies to the newspaperman I fcrence with the press, panic I at SO nll/! ,
,1\'(. )' ..,. "pi""it\ tin !herman ige\ antl- nist laws by an Referring i to undercover paper Union Ocala, Ne\\'s-I I were made available later v;ho "has most capably pluggedthe :p of a fewenis ago, had been then 1\0011'

," 1 "IIl Mil will ernallemal cartel In- C diarges: that, he had threatem Marie Holderman, Cocoa Tit- for those publishers who caredto cause of conservation during dU, raven by time 1 to a stop ii'' 'I
,", /1"i I1PWni1l'I; ;,, UKn paper and i lo cut! off tae newsprint supplvA ] bune. wide through/ the sea of wordy 1917tmruxisiMj," The outlawry of war through- .kicked! I'vu',
I \I\uling< United States tanai I
'II-. "' Its benefits III hH ( some Flor'da' papers" himself" federal technicality! end the .11111,
I lt 0 J i paper mllU" A P Cooke, Plant City Courier, AGENCIES, cut the world and support of all ,
I/I'lda/ i In I fiery ana Impromptu adf f Perry staled ihat he had recen Kenneth McGowan, Gadsden nir ;Mission! 'PI ;\It'I\T R L. McCarthy or the McCarthy efforts aimed at preventing a the CIOSM 11J '
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s Illl riUCIlfAL" .H>CUK I.v! purchased a house lug I1lhl.
paper '
sup- County Time, Qulncy! cauclyim In the Atomic Age ,
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"I'1 Perry, n guest of honor at Humorist 1 ;und rugged Individualist Advertising Agency: Tampa,
nipdiaiilcs! of actvvspappi I lying a number of small Fluica n, H Berg, Jr, Melbourne were listed by the Monitor edi- I IJItt11( "o
hurl of the ,
'I--''I salon> personal j jl from way back ClaytonRand a kd the publishers to be more
'111 ',(> have IHPIIv 1 I''' but that the firm hud
paper ram
l 10 !t' he played In exposing and Times I I of Oulfport] Mississippi, efficient In billing and sending' tor as primary obligation; of the cop I'
,1 J 'I. -' coiujjllpn\ bv1UPS been" cut off by mills 101'n1CI'yuppl'lna Eugene S, Matthew. Jr, I middle' oj i I III.1I'j I;.
subjecting to heavy fines a slml1 eultoi'-nuthoi of "Ink on My bar sheets of agency-handled! I
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nI dr1'11.rwn I .In( s It with newsprint lessToday Alien ,
., 1, 1 trust In the wake of World Bradford County TelegraphStarke !Hands;' Wallice-hater and anti- ads, to pay more attention to we are fact'd'Ith the < i 1111
I 'I"), e'111,1 I I. thnnE lie took ,
CI'slSIJACI-, ; : (.()t'\TS: solution cf the problem of man 11
.. ,' ,, ., \\,11' I. The> paper manufactuii New Deal crusader, told the editors the printing quality of out-of- I
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'" mi I Iit\S s Hotel| he claimed, then and now Floyd Hockenhull publishei The legislative\ committee that America! Bill of Right' town business, and to deal only \k the machines which he has ,I
ot' 1 "JCIrlml.. t .inered'' the paper market and 1 <'f Circulation Management magizlne i named by Mr Hen In to repie- hat been twisted and warped until ,v";I I'll reliable, nationally recognized Invented," he concluded, "The siren artelItiaiflc I 1
Heel Slum'l
:.1 I u olated existing contracts to a of Chicago, passed on some ;Wilt the Florida Press Assocla- today the federal governmentIs I II. agencies!; world' has not kept pace In spirit I liuh'
""t"11 vti ; "1.1(11" ()' "I 1 1 thr I I Int
the "trade seciPls of eliculntlonthlch lion at the 1547 session Tallahassee 11nfol'nta-I ual with the advances the i I'f a'"
progress
ueeze exorbitant pares on using :lie countItutlon "to t'n- He requested prompt
/I. 1 P.p ( ,1.J'' fir; I wk- I ,.
n, 1. Inl" 01 open marketThe t w\, should! make Florida post- Included: tervery man's business as a I Ion to the agencies: when schedules ol the Machine Age The recent and CHlll I''
Ink I"'" I IUIIIIIll ] ,
I 'I 1 ,'. Canadian government/ Is ,: nasterx happy. advocai IIIK/ a pc'rI I QlJbert Leach Miami. private paitnii and to tell him I must be Interrupted, and I acceptance! by the nations of line t 10 i 1J''

"l',1. ""II"" ylapPrefin Iwld ""k of this mist" he said, s intent' mall cniiipnltin to brim\ Kenneth Balllnger, Tallahassee how to run hit( business." I Die use of uniform !late cards the principle. of Inspection with I vas replIt.I) '

., .trglng. that the violators 01'' il'n, new accounts and to prevent Rand charged that Ameitra Is "The agencies are not so much I their, sovereignties Is a step Into : \Vi dio1 \ 11"
"lie '1..111"q) E 1
1y Jot ; ,pnllt is ill 21'' years ago had moved theli 'Iti. npses of renewals, i J. J, Schumann! Vero Beach, It "A mental and spiritual rut," concerned with what rates you the field of a higher level J of gov- k.-III. '

I'' ( ?))1/ t' ))11// 01 l 1047,,' )i.' "dquarters to Canada and You'll get n lot of letters 1he II\ H. H Hudson Tltusvllle I mid said I that one of the primary charge: ," he said, "as they are on tinmente must leallze that front N. lion "t'I I .
I 11wd: tl r" p 1i)11-1)1" ntnstern -rut I same racket Is being work- I tl publishers follow Horkenull's i George Burr Winter Haven causes is 'overe>ducaUon of the being l) reliably and currently informed we face destruction! and tyranny E Suit'"'
John Lochner, Mount Dora or agreement!: and peaceRVDIO came 10,1 "II I
,' bt' tcL'tncd; 111 the (I today The International''' hipor recorrmendatlon of at \.Il1lntl'lIll1l'l1Reading\ sidesplitting f as to those rates
'.l cartel! he said, has corU! past five humanized mUslvps to ('. L Friable, Bar towWilbur i redundancies' and ob- He quoted with wide variances .\M f TilE I'HS"I!: .' a wild I'idI\ I ,

'. .1111'" ''II' I "'" 1'1 I" 1 Lte.oIt d the pulpwood output of BI tubborn renewal counts Held R, Powell Crestvlew, fiisrnllons from bureaucratic dlt he mill-line rates of various national The editors heard Fred W. and west t (I-, I'

," ,> I I' ',' '..1'11"1\ !' ''h-( United Btates Canada, Notli, \the editors to: L. P, Robinson' Winter OaidenI' lectlves, he said! : We are being: t and Florida newspapers, Coiton, president of the Miami Lines! aliI'] '

I tar tntlltg 11(1111u .'C Finland and Sweden ",indittlng I di' Start reminding subsetib-i I 'I':subjected to the tyranny of cdu- and stated that In his opinion i Proadcastlng Company, speak I lie cop 1 bla" l
/ the on crted fools l'rates must be judged by so many on "Radio's Relation to the prl'sllj behind, Iictr -
tl! I ultnesila '' squeeze every e:rs to pay up again at least two I I by the subscriber whose I
'I'1 ..11t, fit a r'. r of newsprint anywhere in 1 nonth before subscriptions ('x. '' had finally been resistance Aggressive, positive action bv'' other, factors than this widely- in a breakfast talk Saturday I trarslluthitting! !
liquidated '
101'11 ':;,,1 k1 ro J, such 'jl'' world" I k 1:ire--but not be definite about. Here. the but ''I men who oppose certain govern- I tml'nt outed yardstick that It was morning at the MacFadd'J1I I 5-15'
as u : 'tutu of raw "I stood up and fought for the U he exact expiration date stop, you are breaking money heart- ," trends he stated, still I Ii largely the publishers pel'ogaIvl' Deauvllle Hotel and Rest Center I had como I'
| my I 1 brings results, claiming credit I just what he charged! Flora before embarking on a general cnelon n ut '(I ,
to -1),1'1 pta! 'tter'u rmbllsheis rights back! In 1919, 12'' To send another reminder I 13 I All letters should be wilt-
', al' ..,1.,unc: gnat IK Upland and when the ,ru.t,1. trv 't least 18 days before txpiralon I I ten tvpewrltei ,style, with fasci- 1 ]Mmself along with a number of 1\\< publishers have to ;:answer I toui of the Miami oiea supposed\ 11'" I'"' ,
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c other Southern leaders for cutting ., I, abuses In the ----- racket in 1 Ihl '
'f bl'Ok"11 imtl and six dour or numerous poll-
it im .I i ; Ev I "I \ ) i newsprint was a follow-up mile I ,J llalul'l', -
Interspersed par-.1. Henry Wallace'fact,- out t teal rate field, he alleged, but COtNTV: KdlOOISI ('LOSE \Vc lost t tI 11 n ,
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!i t oo "r: 111' rWIII.II( i t Iv ,ivallable at a fair b pfoie the deadline- hilI
,'Citric -" ., II I i 1' I C 11 I 1'0),1,1\ 1 say to you men k] act two more tries before 1\tllnu\ tiii III minimi I a in:ii'ii'tit'! .!!'iiiniiiiiiiiii j[[1 tom under him for. the \Ice-t he !greatest; evil faced by the I>K'. 20 HU ('IIR1sTM.ts I Il.; fart tti(. )J.

I 'and -, ." 11''111- t II': a', "1' 1t"r duty to write to I' subscribed go The vnUs' (' :curio\ 11Z.t11D II I presidency! In the last Democratic 11 ipencles Is that not one of Ihl'mnO11 ;M.utin Clunl111,1.\ will We VVPIPload '

'1 1.1.. .. 'j'I '' 11', '",I it ot Justice and I lePtnand Hockenhull advised, should convention It the current rates of all close December' 20 for the switch' 1 1"l.se I ,
_., : J".i. Never let the rash registerI'ttenfere me the Slate. (lulstmas holuliv and re- matte l i i u" ,
I li oi HIP "taw matrmla (! that they get 10 the: tibt'tln \ personal. and sentimental a, papers in O:
h, ,11 <' l t : III l this international. (00'I 1 h touch the publisher weretits.I i with the expression of Russell Kay, secretary of the I (pen Alonlav: Jan, 0, Supt, Iv for it !it-n''

,'III: ch l 'uta: dhe "lid'c' l li ', pnart\ ,1I11 i (-T 'tol! The Shl'l"Ir) tg i!: a very dear friend" He retired '' \fur honest opinion," he advised Press Association, chimed In by Itosioe( Ktilliiis announced today nil) In a birocarefully -

.. ,' ,' 11/ the editors, calling for forthright odmlttlng that; not even the association nIng J1""'
I"' i I'/'nl t n' u( r 1.1" I .i ( I / :I' 10' -ll11ph: of 1 his own final p11',1'i 1
dll'IIOIi 1 III j1} C' "' ,. ,I I)'. "11."" ,II I- 'litIIt:' bl'\I\1ht'\ \ in the dOIl i .1 h It : and honest leadership by has been able to secure 1 lie also reported rapid progress sign 1t'',
the press to remedy national, current ad of all Its on the new building now' rules in the t 1)11', ,, ',' ,
'11\( \ Into 111.-C' 111 I ,II, ,, -h, }(. I I .I. ntratee" pl'l1cIJI',11'1"11\ i .. .ri" rates membeis -
-- state and local ills "but stand ready at anytime under enlist rllt'tilln anti hopes thing wreo it,11, '
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;""" """" -==-a .tt +JS'tat+s I In a talk which brought forth to transmit what rates we Hit additional class rooms and And {'O1l" ',

i \ sallies of laughter ns he displayed :1 Luve' to 'any agency Inquiring:' other new facilities may be j ,well time' .
the earthly and needlesharphumor I i III ,tSFO'i..TED PKISS: I' ready for use when school, But I ha: lid,

which has made him In Oliver S, Morton, chief executive starts next month, mare! I can '
NOTICE .rrYrhl 'a dI demand throughout the country I of the Associated Press lor i iFlol'ldll
DJ one of the few lecturers who came down from Jacksonville .- --
cm drive haute serious points to oxplalii the 1 workings

with a smile, ho called for a : ol the coipeintive: news-gather-

.'Lie; TO THE INCREASE IN THE PRICE OF SUPPLIES ) I rebirth of the philosophy ol the big' usv elation to the editors Keeps Your MatolA"
." .t dignity of the individual coupledwith Citing the details of various
more individual 1 freedonal AP services, ranging fiomlie.
I haul blot kenhulh national and 1 less government I control, I photo to State coverage on local
WE ARE FORCEDTO .itilliorilv. on. initiation Editor The allegedly: Democratic editors news bleaks Morton explainedthe -


', 11,n. i/ino, ('hh-ago.. exhibited> to Eleanor clicks, antl-WallSce and in the Stale, mid conducted a ,
RAISE OUR PRICES II the I Florida. editors a renewalIdler I New Deal figs, and his excused I I IJIIC>lIt Ion and answer forum on IiJ" \fY, ,''t, :
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which made the hubsi'rilu..rnplv for Bilbo that altn all the only I the AP I ;:".?! r..;
: Slop! yon ate breaking. difference between your Popper' A poilwar Improvement In 'W''IfI '
BEGINNING DEC. 9, 1946 im heart;' and our Bilbo Is that Pcpppr AP service will be expansion ol ..

I, went to Harvard," I Florida feature news, he declared -
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIaiaplis ,I Touching on the negro question asking; the assistance of the I v AS1HCtM '<
THE FOLLOWING PRICES BECOME EFFECTIVE : in led ink, he claimed, :i he inferred that the South I II editors Intending us real news ,1

PI IP h 'Ipful. and! the wilting of I would take care of Its own piob- II from, your sections" Many feature $ t tt I

Shirts .. ... ." 25c Flat Work 12c Lb. I,11f' ul ihpicts nnme In red Ink Irma and resented advice from a stories which would be valuable /tJ 1 ,.'
or
]p, yIn logical pflccts 1 I solved the problems of Harlem news-breaks, he declared simply

Pants .. .. .. ... 45c Wet Wash 9c Lb. '4'' The use of pink or yellow or Detroit, I fail to get into print because

pnpei on re-order blanks ups CALL: FOR ('()""sr.n"f\TI() 1 publisher members! of the AP

Coats .-.. ... . .50c Thrifty Wash 12c Lb. 1 thp percentage of returns, he William F, Jacobs, dire-ter of fall to realize their significanceand 1 t/
':ilu, is so does such an Inslgnl- I the Florida Forest and Park association I forward them ,
1.emit thing as the color of the He urged objective news writing -
although not scheduledto
1 Family Finish Lb. 35c Rough! Dry 12c Lb. -i mips which go on the envel- speak In the iKinal: program and better news gatheringon a2

r I| < I IM s Hockenhull himself pre- '': fcave one of the best talks of the the part of the membership, r k'---
Ins 1 iwo yellow 1 11'2 cent stamps: conference when called on to I \ !SPIKITIUL TOUCH wt

3 DAY GUARANTEEOF i to) me blue thiee-center because Introduce himself Erwin D Canham, editor of
m the color factor PREMIUM !
NEW
I Warning that the people of the Christian Science! Monitor
r '15''' Don't low-rate your publication F'orlda are not aware of the Boston, and vice-president of the
t by charging too little for magnitude of their conservation American Solcety of Newspaper

it. he advised the publishers, !losses, nor yet sufficiently conscious Editors, flew down from Massa-
urging subscription rates which I of the ravages of their natural chusetts to bask in the Florida SINCLAIR OPALIN
v"ill show a profit, and stating resources to vote to pro- sunshine and to speak to the :

SERVICE ON ALL FLAT WORK I that "tf ypu give the same at- tect! them, Jacobs called on the editors at the San Regis restaur-

I- t. nilon to circulation! which most press to conduct an educational ant, Miami, Friday night on Tonioriows II

of you give to advertising It will campaign during the next year, NewspaperTracing ." MOTOR OIL-

j ROUGH DRY and WEST WASHESPeople's produce revenue equal to advertising stating that his association is the growth. of American _,
-and in some cases exceeding offering a plaque for outstand Journalism from the crime- 1
I It." lug service! In this field mad days of the 20's when mur-

\\\ES AND IIOIRS He called on the editors to tell cer stories dominated the front B. D. FULTON Agent |
I | Dr James 0, Johnson, regional I I the people of the real facts be- pages of the nation's press he ,

director of the Wage and Hour hind the depletion of Florida's spoke of the growing trend toward PHONE 315

Inc Division of the U S Departmentof fish and game, the abuses In a more serious obligation

Laundry Labor Atlanta, came a long suit water conservation, the rape on the part of the press toward C1IASOV; SERVICE STATION, Stuart, FloilaiP .
I way to tell the publishers how of the forests and to the the
urge measures people-blaming press E, WARD, Jensen Beach, I Florida
the wage and hour and child to sage what Is left, for widespread national cynicIsm L. C. CAMERON, Indiantown, Florida

labor laws affect those of them A special committee of judges STEVE'S MARKET ,Jupiter, Floridar
who are engaged In Interstate will be announced In the near It used to be, he declared, that



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DECEMBER 10 E; I I i I't



i IS A VOTE FOR

TIMES OF WHAT GOES ON IN CITY GOVERNMENT. I i I I
A CLCAR-CUT FINANCIAL STATEMENT SHOWING
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5_Improved. Roads' and Sidewalks and Further Improvements In Street Light.
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The City Debt Payment is scheduled to increas with higher interest rales i I
6 I-next year. I will work to increase revenue through a Luxury Tax paid by tourists
f and local residents alike to meet this increase. "


{ at 7-Zoning Changes to Permit New Businesses in Stua.'f and Allow Construction ','
J of Additional Tourist Facilities Within the City Limits.

A Reassessment of Property for Purpose of Equality in Taxation-and work
-toward the Consolidation of City and County Assessment and Collection Of


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\;"I IIiatW. :. SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings- of- the WEEK- IN STUART Newt Hems MRS for TRACY tfcl TLHOxq paper MARTIN, must SocP1 tear| :'tbe EdI,:!' N



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} M I noi: i'it'Tit: The Methodist Chinch Sunday MTtltNS: HtOM BERLIN r

f\\ ELECTRIC I'hrV in:111llsslonniv: So.hill' pvpiilDK presented/ n panel discussion Lewis Gamble, Jr of Jensen I The Lady Smart !!
4 ( 1 uI: the Hi si Baptist churchi : by Jot Fhilp, Wendell I Peach has Been' discharged from
I i j. bscivlnu Week of Prayer, \\ntprs, Dnvld Marshall, Char- the Army after 22 months service -
d..ilv in the church annex : I lf II Bishop, Leon Jones, hefty of which the last 11 were
Household Appliances The Lottie I: Moon Circle pieKcntpd Kindred, Jr. and the Rev W O spent In Beilln He has reentered
: the program. Monday tf- AWildne'Thls! lively and Inter- Marlin County High school o ,/ err ,rwti J
1' 11'1 noon, Dade Walton Circle, eating discussion on \\liat CanA
for refresher courses -
preparatory
Iw, WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR YOUR NEEDS Tuesday afternoon The Wednesday Christian Man Do To Improve
to entering college next Solved
session, combined with thel'I'lular i Ills Home Church Town, andCountiv' I She Has
A LINE Of SMALL! APPLIANCES !Ppptembei:
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evening piayei meetings proved so successfulthat Lewis enlisted and trained at :
Electric and In dim of the Las Amiga One Christmas '
Contracting: Repairing I' I HP numerous requests have Camp) Blandlng and served In Jti
1 : Citric, The Sarah Hicks Circle been made for a series which
Ys1. Ks 1 various Army camps for a year
.. 1's TU.\JilTtIUI: I.ItSK: 1 IAMPNnotursFNT has the program Thursday af- I' trill be presented In the next few before le-enllsting for a year' of Pioblem Hv ;
teinoon, and Mrs Phil If.1x..II.t'l'ldny ,
weeks
IRONS n\Tirca ,
I occupation duty In Europe Assigned -
Yl sl I ROOM: HI:\'n is inn "PIi rMI :" afternoon i ; to the 3id Army Infantry Bringing the +' (i
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I'lV.I'I'! I 1\'''''' .. \K lIIfllI: nits PI'Tll TREAT MEETS;; \\ino\t i .\ III.\ i\nrn Division he did guard duty andwOI'kl'd i
II+t 'I font TII.\SKSGl\lSn; with the supply outfits r I i
i i loon \\trs i .. i 01111 I I I IIKI/ :\\nsIMDIIts : TIP Dutch Treat Luncheon FamilyVal'dl'obe '
Mi and Mrs. L C, Klckllter which took relief supplies to the ,
entcitalned -
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Id I III 11111'I .. I nod;(I BO day chib met at Turnnry'aC
I' :nil Friday for i luncheon and at their Eldorado I people) of Germany' I To
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Heights at Thanksgiving -
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YrI I ;iaVI cj\ I budje at the Civic Gen I
\tI, I' III tin. .iftPinoonTh dinner at a family reunion of t ,U I IS: TAKE: CRtlSF
Gamble Electric Co. isc' iiicndiiiB were Mr, R, tine' J, C. Anthony sr family. '10) n Jlm.\( KEYS COUNTY
I Simlh\ Mrs Crocker, Mrs, Original and novel l centei'pieces I Mi and Mis D W Fagan MARTIN CLEAVE
'I/S/ I I L J 1, GAMBLE 1 JFNSEN BLACHNOTICE i HIlnud,, Nnll Mis Earl RlcouA I o, pumpkins and carrots with went to Miami Friday night '
the traditional gobler motif, be-' here they' boarded the yacht
: 1 L Z Johnson Mrs R OMM IOK.r: KTITII I'hSPHUCE ,
", T !lOr I OIIJIILV Id '.''11 H :M Klelfeld, Mrs i I decked the dining and serving \inata, of which D. W,'s uncle, 'I fl
,I t 'I' lad Albnch Mrs I!, FM tables and vase-filled arrangements I UP FOR CHRISTMAS:\

a ',' 1 I.. l L. d+hby Arboiastn of tropical flowers oinat Leaving ,, I5RIXC. YOUR DRY CLEANING TO I's
\ I ,,' 111'I: ,Pherson. MrsVMlv rd the house two-day cruise to the Florida
..r ;1 .,nd Mrs II Fi Seated at the dinner were Mr Keys I returning( to Stuart Sun- I
and Mrs Anthanv sr, Mr and ( \' night, _
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\ "."11 MI: .Tiicison and Mrs I I IK Ii i; Jim: Mi and Mrs C. L Bogpess I ii.YIri'Y6Yrb'Vd'Vef'Yta y -ICtA't VAuCA: dS bGYVrLYd''Yet'V6'VB'+RY0.'M.C) ( Vd'tl6'tlfY; iia.' tS' i Yr41 WOJV.MS./CYrB'VoJidYA'YQ.> TO.I '"V' -t( >ia.ia.i't mta Yt"IiQJYd'y?fdjGYGi6'YWrrwsYQ'1t ** *i ; :,1

1 IIIII and sons. Jack and Charles, f4
end daughter, Mis, Shields Har-
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'." 1"" "''II 1J1f'Ihraid Slum' I by Hotel bridge for at Mrs non' W of O North Penney Carolina and sons: I Mr: Don and. t 1 Gifts Gifts Gifts f. "

All Bars and Vendors of ( )It'( ('1 tile. i sid Burroughs; and Bill I ji,; Mipud I l
-. I Mrs. Oarland Edenfield and! J1',
( ii till i Is: uonrnis: I rhlldren, Joyce. JOAn and Ray
beer and wine remain
must At
'10) \TTIM: dtBii; ; I I Mrs, O J. Andrews of Macon. fli E 1ft'( e :1
\1 IuI) :MIS.\ Charles Roberts sister of Mr. Anthony, sr. and ONLY A FEW LEFT
closed nil day Tuesday SPECIAL
.d \1'111"'' stnp|>pd here today J(,line Klcklitei, daughter of the llE'U1ATIll; ; '
-" I11 1 I inn'nts, Mi. and Mrs host and hostess, ;;rr.
December 10 date of the .. .. t 1'1
i ,1 I;J. LillI t('I'y. si They were en- I -
I I", :Miami to attend the :viss. itowrii nosonri n Xmas Trees
General City Election, during ''I' Illl Ui of Atlanta-511amii Miss Ellen Row ell cclcbintecllirr f Folding
i :", ,,."u' bill Rome, Roberts Is birthday! with n dinner; party
the hours while the polls .. J ntrr t i for the AtlantaI Monday evening at her home on
I I U'' and \\lll\ cover then Csctoln hlvd The holiday motif p
THOUSANDS OF GIFTS FOR HIM FOR HER FOR THE
remain 11(1( ,' also selected totin was used In the decorations and H01V
open .. 1111' Associated Tress r large birthday cake was a I
'-"."'.J"1'I1" High School Foot- featured Item! Guests were Dil- n.e7 Shakespeare Canting Reel Electric Heaters New Hurd Rods and Roil"
7:0J: m. to 7:00: p. m.The (I'I' 11 ittpc to pick six boys' lie Sutton Joe Smith and Joan p Smoking Stands (Assorted Sizes) (The Action Rod I )

I I1.l'J "J''l'I1a11'1 1' for the All-i Combs.nn.T".Es. I fl Radios Wooden Tackle Boxes Other Popular Casting/: Rod
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Ill t Ii) fepulnl prpmonl, of husband Friday OUR TOOL and MARINE
i y L i n r\nn; I. Hu, Inn nlant IIi a biinitilull appointee;' j of oiFs

City M 'nil.. I, lrt I Mis: Roberta will rrt linnet! at the Lluhtr-ouse' for 121| t R "" ;
"'i 1 t"" Stuart Sunday to remain relatives: who came from four i I p HOME
II.I) ..aRI 1 t I lu Christmas hOliday : Florida" cities The highlight of t ,!N DEPT.
\' Ui Mi and Mr, Lottery j the evening was the fact that I M 1 .,090- c /
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: family was together Offers Many

.;;t"" ::.,, ; .7.;: ; ,,, :' ..", .'. : "::''i, :;'.,, ".,,'}: :'. .. : : a :'o" ;:.,oM..;; CQ Y (:ti Y/pyt/ Y for the first time In many years M i ,a I 1
:Ithough some drove a thous- Unusual I
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Gifts 7 hal/ Will Be Lon Remembered ,c mplete( Lighted, candles on a huttrcnkp F Electric > Items for Electric

flickered while the
orrhastin <- ChristmasGifts Kitchenf
played Happy[ Birthday To i
SMARTLY STYLED '.; I I You" and gifts were piled In H f Craft J Clock
i G front of the honorep n

I Attending the delightful affair g Power 1 for J
JEWELRY ); ; \ u ujI U were Mi Williams' sisters, 09 Hurricane

..... Mrs% W. R Dickerson of Daytona <
Homeand
.. 2 ToolKit Lamps and ,
Beach and MIN T, D Boles
p nEAUTiFt'I.1 I SEW ,__ !. G oj West Palm Beach with N9 Boats Other

t9 Rhinestone Jewell'\ ,, ;-"ff:; ;..... i their husbands and two broth- i Electrical
.r"" ; .' A vl : fis! J E Williams of West Palm
( ;told, iml l Stulinir 8ih!' ,J" ")," I "&!, i.. t':,q Beach and IV. H Williams of Ii Complete Largest and Most Complete Stock of HardAppliance.
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;t nnA ( 'EI,ETS .. 'ZJ'S "'\ti ijI present' were two cousins from ,1 ware and Merchandise in Martin County Xmas
Mailana Miss Myrtle\ Hatton $26.50
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: /\V lie will hold a bazaar tomorrow ,' DREMEL MOTO TOOLS
I imniuls) and11'edding. .t '\ 'q,. t+ al the Woodman hall from 2 to 1)4 K \}
N't1 UinllM .:J.h r I / ;'f''.' 'I.Ii 5 p m Theie'will be baked
1, Art" ('ml"llMitf" 1 ,f" t '. flIi a (goods: needlework and many [; 'fS} KIT COMPLETE $22.50
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), ) ) \\delill// 'j \..... (,(-t"j'( i beautiful tilt Items
,' = ti At a (tames party In the eve f The Perfect Gift for Dad
.. _\t\.... ) ( ) / : rata ut 8 clock many lovely k ent\S\ ;tmeJS
.d:. {l1JIJi /,,:" t.' paws will be given and ihiee cpcJ; for .
lucky 1 guests will receive bl'alltli i
I PRMIARI' ,, ,; / iiUJM:'lj: 1 Sal] handmade rugs at 10 p. 111IISSJUS ... -
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"i\T: and PENCIl SLTIS ti : :\ : : ; LMFItTtINtT gi 1 Special Lot Child's Wheelbarrows, Scooters,

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Elgin AmiilcHii (omiwtts andit( \ ,' i1 V and Mrs, John U Mennln-% ? Large Stock, All Metal
\ui\ru i : "I i I" 11\,sKAUUINdS ptr enteitttned Wednesday
serifs ('aaev: ever
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Evans CompaiN) nod iKimHte '\ nlng at their St Lucle Estates Rubber Tired $5.75 0
I home at a bridge party for eight
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(I1ATH1; AINH PINSI fif? I Guests were Mr and Mrs Harold[ Sets
Toy Archery
1 E'ArI.JIIITr.r.I (; # Splcer, Mr and Mrs Huber g Blocks

0* Epccdy and Mr and Mrs, Joe n M Dart Board Sets
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t Ladies.' and., Men's WatchesIMLLFOUXS & Orpenlpps A buffet suppei was

N'd. ft I served nt midnight Prizes forhigh 11
n seorl'."'E'nt, to Mr, Green- .
ttl; I ) di'I IqF Ices and Mr Speedy, ij .
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Dettah :MK, AND :MKS SIMIFKSIITIRV

Q : TO STt1RT See Our Window
Pearls Capt. II. W Sanders and Mrs, Display DailyON
STERLING SIL
VERr Sanders have arrived In Stuart
I to spend the next six months,
THE AIR
DAILY
5----- fANDIISFK) ( ; ('O '( : taking an apartment at the Vlr- 5:45: P. M.

1'1'S' ; ( ( : d dVM1'AL'G j V gluts Circle Apartments Capt. Sanders at has Crescent brought ij Day Phones 38 and 216. Nite 44-R-4 Box N

p.0 his charter boat, the III Hook
back to Stuart, and will be
( (); : on K 4 berthed at the Pittman Gulf I

PRK'is: and DUALITY I Dock In Frazier Creek this winter p I; BESS HARDWARE CO
,,, OJ.1 .. as last season He[ was docked
Q at the Atlantic Tuna Club In

| | C. & E. WALKER Jewelers H Atlantic/ -City this-summer- 0 ]

Mr. and Mrs: R, o Judson are 4 "Where
leavingtodiy by automobile to Fishing Begins"K
j Flagler Ave. Stuart, Fla. spend Christmas In Chicago with

P wlm'w rl Wq! Fiat a s ta/.a''wl'ss a'sa slm a I i're a'm'sa their son-in-law and daughter',
s s w .a 49t a Mr and Mrs,Frederick Mayer. |
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L. ; N > Mrs: Sun Rollins, Donald winter visitors In Stuart for a
i< i hs, lack BoKRess Joe ,
;; number of years have bought l
d\!e..C son, Henry Beckman( jr.. I one of the KIster: houses onColorado /
Florida'i Knowlcs and Walter I II .
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III 1 : i : I ( I Wells of Stuart; Billy I
next week ..
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U lite I 1'. O.) ( : ; : :/ !I I sen Bench I I I
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______ ___ __ __. __ _I ,Stetson nlver fol', the tty ThanksBlvln.at DeUnd------.,..1 r i; 1 Association The I I Presbyterian: met Tuesday Woman after- I Point Day Tree Lodge on Bewails HARDWARE and SPORTING GOODS "; 'f ,{ ,' "J

-- noon) at the' home of Mrs Anne ,
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McDowell on the Palm City road I I '
Mr and Mrs p A. Kendall of ,
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Elisabeth Kara gave the ; '

. Announcing the Opening I cevotional was ."National!. The and program ForMiin theme MisMuns Oeoree guests Lnnn Island Thursday Webster, N. of V.of Mr."'CI'Ph1l1(1r Eldorado and\ Mrs,, I TRUE TEMPER RODS J t 'Y( :

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Mrs M B Trlmmeilidimae I .
Heights. ,
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W llnnis. and Mrs Joseph Freeman : Mrs! F R. Morton arrived honor FISHING KITS FOR THr;; '3OY AND) GIRL r
IJ piesonled papers on this' \
subHctOtlKis I frills afternoon from St Joseph,, I EQUIPPED FOR vpARS Of FISHING i
FRUIT Mich, where she spent 12 v>('('ks' '

D'S and NOVELTY SHOP Helen Monl present Mrs, Oeoiite were Poit Mrs'- with an old friend and visited/ in r
. "her old home of Hlllstlale, MichEnroute : .
"'i :Mrs Blnnche! Lowery Mm : COLEMAN G I POCKET STOVES
1 I' c Shirltdford) Mrs HowaidB home she stopped In '1
IXP, Mrs Edward C. Young Pnltlmoie nnd had Thankselv II>F.AL FOR IIOMF. OR CAMP
Next tag dinner with her granddaughter .'
Monday Dec. Mm Eiuabrlh Heckman! Mrs S ,
9 Miss Fern Runny Coleman
A Marsh Mrs W \M Smith, Mrs I
Together they spent a day In '
rvnn Taylor. Mis C. A. Lees,,
i I Washington with the Louis Hills I BALL BEARING ROLLER SKATES "
Mrs. C ,
A Coirlel Mis Lillie : ..
who once lived In Stuait I
" Wily, Mrs, H, L. Lyons, and Mis
3IFT; FRUIT Shipped Anywhere ('in IK'..hit Arltims. I ,\
Mrs Fred! Blssman of Wll-
In Mrs I the" Tilmmor Jiuuiniy, moeUnn will be hostess i.llumsixjrt, Pn. returned home IIOURS OF PLEASURE FOR Tllf. CIIIIDRENFIRE

I Saturday after two weeks with
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Oranges Grapefruit "\VlJJR i Mr and Mr. Charles Oirkfilioff
:nl )lobe Sound PLACE EQUIPMENT :'
The ludltN ol the Presbyterian. .
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ChilKimnfi bazaar and silver ted I I players were glad to see Coach ELECTRIC HEATERS (Different Sues)
Tangerines Mixed Tliuisdny Drc, ]19. at I the Woman RIp Reeves and his *lfe at n 1
or 's Club from 2 to S p I in Thepuhlir I decent football (tame) In Tampa
(Is Invited\ KITCHEN WARE
| !, HnVIM! Is now City Rendition
I --- --- ---- Director! In Winter Haven and he
ONLY THE FINEST INDIAN RIVER Mi' (Hid Mix Carroll Duns- I,
and Mrs Reeves sent regard t IAI (\RDFJN TOOLS ,
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''I friends\ In Stuart
TREE..IUPENEDtlTRUS I lvhlg dinner ot their home! on r
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(,1I"tin were, Mi, and Mrs W C the Coca-Cola Bottling to nl
1 11\.""i'soil nnd Mrs. Edward: Fl'ovll1encl'. R. I.. Is spending two

Pw: inn, weeks vacation! with his mother Christmas Bring A llott of Chores Pulling up Christmas) Tree, ExtrA :-
FII1JITSGARLAND 11 1
Mrs Charles Glass
Ml-. M E. Erwin of .- Outlets, DecorAtions, Etc. W. have a line of small tools to meet all

In Lauderdale were Thnnksinu Mrs', H M. Olelfcld, chairman youi nooels
: ,\ guests of Mi. nnd Mrs. PFiun .
of[ the Amrilcnn H imos pioKinm I'
:; al Jeniwn Bench. Other
([II Ihe Stuait Woman's Club. In
I -\. 'meats at< dinner were Mr and be Klvrn on D'rembei 18 onlir-) GOOD TOOLS ARE TIME SAVERS r

,'J, Mrs" D W, Fawn nnd Mr and talned the membus of'her committee -
Mis' A, U tlnckou nnd children. ) at luncheon Monday al
1 Agnes Ann and Phillip, of Stuart (;her home In the France Apartments -

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Thayer. Mrs. A. R Clouts" Mrs Stuart Hardware Co.
Dennis' HndHon, jl']i Bllllo ,
Peter Sleelimm
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II Corner Fecleril I Hisjhwjy and 2nd Street 01J",, !i i I""n. .mll Dale Ifipsonr'w.rd :Ins, also': Mis Roseoi Rollln.
., to, till' ,
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Unlveislty 11 limiui' 01 i ho Woman Club
... The Store of QUALITY and SERVICE
Stuart< :, Honda I 1'1<" :i I 1/11./ 11'" -pla1" "" isli'" ,II ommiltieiiid I Mrs Edwin
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Shrubs Or Flowers -
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2 That I Am Not An Agent For Lawn-Mowers, }Hardware Or County Officials I Or Any Other Public Organizations '


Or Any Other Item That the Park Board May Interested In Improvement Of Recreation ti, 'f 'e k '

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" \ : -t. STUART II B I Kraft. ol theM mint ills alld 1 uimiks ('o'rl''dthe CITY 'OMMISSIO
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V Stuart Call Ben. of Best En- need 1 im fin her i ixpaniion I Joni. anything that swims-but warn P 'M
HIM; "m S1 ""Irl.l. Jones Albert I
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tupilsei and Kenneth SUmmellStuait I,I and Clarence Jones" ,1 li.. new ret. Hint it Is positively dangerous' 2nd and 4thWF.DNE"'O.Y
ARNOLD BAUER 1rG'; : Y" ".. "+ltrreSttfTC Feed Store. attended\ the sion Leo M ChN'nl'in the national field of dents from SPI'lnRfll'ld. Ohio. I to( attach a jumbo to the business
known peisumilitN
Stuart Kf J II'IIlIt'ml+ I'.UO lust 1 two day of the convontldi economics. and have set about to solve t the IIvl' : end of a rod anti reel unless you Stuart Cu"
H--W li;tei miltonnl I Hall||
'. 1 l.UC'I'] 'ouU\! \ .\rd Phone :1.111111 i! 11\1111\\ elu; \u i'n upIMllUtl enter of t textbooks. who now bait problem in a big way tot I II want to anllll'11 h whopper
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L'mb.hlV! \ UK'i'tin.: ol \the H.iub .. \,,is I "lluiidi follows Through. I holds the punltlon Research of InKtitnK I It all stalled when Clarence I, t.ioul A don( nimboes. please Public Alwax w ico
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the I assembly at Lund1e0l1.hrltl years ago rl
I Fce's' sweater, tastier: bread it tin Columbus Hotel IIIsubUtt IIIK any live bait In the town, ---
JANE PARKER Although liv(' tthiimp could b('
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l OI.Ot'N I'I{ \\I!; ( IC'KE ,>R : ) a light on nutlonnl and In- I was the only place and he d<'- '

'. h'rnallonal affairs Ills com tided that a bait place would be ; P I O Box 1089, Stuart FIIII"ti., i ,
T.: minu on Russia, were well handy In Stuart propel ,
,' : <',; I Now.'Ith his brother and sun. Standard 8x8 x 16 inch
: foil\ ),did tutu carried a note of )
has Installed two large concrete Partition Blocks\ 4x8x1 I',
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': I :..' \ :\;,. ,. YEAST I :Mi'/1 labor Cherni hurdle spoke facing in the regard counII tUK city carry limits 40000. and the has shilmp capacity The'I to Located At ,

iY361t3 t.\t\ u water, kept in constant clrcula Church Street Jensen E'' ,1*
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.....Jfrftr,11 !! ..., -...II''Ii {/!, ..- .. "'- "" Leuls has upon the country' lie lion Is salted to about 6 per cent
,y > staled Unit both P.U':II"A" rear Mot of the shrimp are caugl'hi
("k FLORIDA and both the Indian River wheio thMiline '
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pnillij had helped the Ll'wlleuullt' content Is a little highei Radio or Appliance Troubles!
APPLES ORANGES : Mi Choi'ne. stated thaI : In Addition to live shrimp the
has live sand CALLBARTLETT-
Mr. Lewis wants the \ire-presl new gait place
', ;.;.:tP1"ri\ I denc\ of the United States! and fleas I grand< pompano and BROS.
5 ? 49c 5.LB; 35c0 )' rI I Mi dislikes cl Roosevelt cams i hheepthead bait'. live fiddle r
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--- 1 '"'1112:! ;.;., rictechmann's fresh : eel Lew" Us/ suggestion that hi just Installed a deep freeze unit!
/ I\nitillg No oxii i steps"' which will keep mchade FAST EFFICIENT RELIABLE J JI
II i become the vice' pieildent" ,, in they
: 1 l1HITEPOTATOES ..elite\ Yeast hel)>make bread thit'i inoie clN tad mullet for those who pl'del'lUt
Tin speakei remarks on opIII'llInlll,8 -
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: B 35c i )idOl!" and I tender. tweeter-tasting ever) time! l) was, .there is now bait. So tar they have bee SERVICEOsceola

H loom /lot pessimism. He iUldoppoimnllies unsuccessful In working out a Ave Phon, ,
i ri-rii: i l.Ht '\ IF YOU CAKE AT HOMEit in this State and system! to keep live mullet for 'I 21

I ? !nuann's'uitr( Yeast (..;jntn unlimited. He slate< any appreciable' length of lime,.
29c tit liar niiiliir yellow lilnlI I. !rt/sfpy4N that after every war there U aperud ( but have the" shrimp situation
I I p i I n s I mimiiu i is of UIII'l'si, but that In this hike:I. -- --
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WALNUTS&t I 'Prte i f fhlr iiion Ih.in 7(1( vi im I country piodiictlon
il; peak foi !some lime and could i right; now is the shortage of live ELECTRICAL CONTRACT >RS
7eIRF. be put higher:If we" would eliminate bait buckets but they are\ hopeful l
., the pessimism that has tails that more of these containers HOUSE WIRING I
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'I NOKTURN( : ll 'ink: the Sunday evening' which to transport the llv' APPLIANCE REPAIRS

CELERY -- sc, .viim, Oo\einoi'" Caldwell. accompanied shrimp to the fishing< ttiouiid Free Pickup and Delivers ">.
SPINACH \ by Secretary of State Heres( an oddity \u leiinciill \
\ GaThuiiiT\ Dewey. Ooveinoiol VlSltlllR their place lilt Otlll\
I \RGf. i ,.. New, Yolk and Mrs. Dewey" i'';\>'. the live sand fleasliul, Christopher Electric Sho
1 1 C srAIKllrsssa I C GOOD FOODIS \' rit Introduced b>' HniuldColee are caught In the shifting and:
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:Mi Dewey\ received great ova- 625 Osceola St Pho, '82.
ton t' f runt t tlusc assembled andO mote in a refrigerator
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r <"I1I1'n\I \ I bili\<'\', I made a i iI dozen In two sics jumbo and
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jKL{ 1 S Cak'ng: : or 35c i QUALITYGROCERIES I 'OR INftSTSALFAR MILKThe J Served In Our Dining Roon

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( MUFFING (tea .C I Ililitfi Help Make A PERFECT DINNER

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(1''i "" ) SHRIMP I Against Tuberculosis Beer, Whiskey and Wines


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AMPLE JELLIE 12.Oz, Jar 12c Ann Page ; Western Grade A Beef GROWERS

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LAYING DREFT Lg. Box I it ,

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I I. PAGE FOURTEEN I'HE STUART NEWS STUART. Martin County, FLORIDA. THURSDAY DEC. 5, 1948


OLD MAN RIVER By NATE COLLIER ..111111I111111I..11111111111111111111111I1111111.11".


r. f:, 1tuart #'fe\u NEWS ndOOOMMENT. WITH THE OTHER EDITOF


t Published every Thursday at =0=O-.OQOQOloO': :: OCOC 11111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii ,,,,,... III

Stuart, Martin County, Florida, PRINCIPLE ABOVE PRICE
the
i. FOR TIlE \OLXO the world turns slowly ; daysare
I ,It ( b\ Stuart Dally News Inc., a long But for those in mid-life and beyond the sphere The man of principle will refuse to take

a Florida corporation spin swiftly. almost as though it increased its tempo to in the mere thought that the price of steak ha satisfy t I

Entered as second-class maU spin them off 20 cents a pound lIe will insist on asking hoi nh
matter at the post office at
w lower price been brought
thata
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1 Stuart, Florida under the Act have been forced down buyers > ',
by a strike
I DON T KNOW why this thought struck me to- he will N v.P
2 M of March 8, 1879 know whether it was an organized
day, except that I was down at Bradley & Benson's bu'el's'strik L

A FREE PRESS :\MARS OF SE1U1CE Circus, stranded here by a windstorm-and I watchedthe unorganized buyers' strike.
.. Shetland ponies grazing out on the ball field thinking If the protest has been an organized

., and the SI".al..n It 0.11.. Tint Ntw.., II w,..1 t..1. .4th..W1e "... ( "How thrilling those would hH'eb"en: to me when I Iwas man of principle will be pleased Living In movemen a cells

J :'" ".bU.J .In lit wan. April 1-. six 01 seven years old." minded world, he naturally insists that the only
I A FREE PEOPLE it, and tht xlnnn 1II..r. wnn amyl'
things done !is by collective' action A
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I'' t 'h 2 Th' Muirl l>.':IX Arwir circus and it has buyers' strike the sort of thing that once .if, !
: :> ';dIJ.t",,.T w, Hit,. In Mh'k BRADLEY & BENSON'S is a little upon ,
n IX .di, Ion *.. I rmrrlv known U thr had more than its share of tough luck in recent weeks For didn't call a strike at all, but people automatically
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r- s.uth' Hurio Ur elope ; buy when prices became reasonable
that
'I., one thing Kinglmg Brothers collnssal big top just got son' of
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I niWIS A-M.-I\'I/lG.II-: : -- -- -----O'j-:;; :;;I M.n..e; through showing down at West Palm Beach: and it tapped is: no satisfaction at all to the man of principle(

usr.sr. I' J..YIO'd..."tins, M..r, a lot of''prospective customers! On top of that, B & B has The truly collective-conscious citizen rtioicw
-- --- -- in reduction of I 5
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES had to dodge another little circus, King Bros, showingup a a pound in steak forced L

d, M"I., 1"I', ,, 4 '''' I."y,... 1' 01' at Fort Pierce tomorrow. :Monday morning's windstorm y ganized customer resistance than in a cut '11 i 20 Ct

'",..r fl., ,,","ul.r, -.- ,./,, ? n-The-mrn.aemeut; ; ,;-;;::;:;:;-;-";-;Iaht' ripped the tent to shreds and the outfit had to call off the pound which is the result of unorganized customer r

/, ., ., h"", J ..... ., .. ,,',"r'. ,.,hn,,,"I. .h., ni'",?'"..,",,I.able,,',"./ ,.thr.A h uw rrtlremrothA. fur nq" ublo,,'."tun of .all nn. show here, and will have to lay over a week or so for. ance rather, Just have as control persons without who believe meat than in price meal control without\
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:MEMBER: OF THE ASSOCIITED PRESSo..o trol To a very considerable extent, of (nurse
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-- gone WI'
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I IOIWorthy ====oao =- OCO -- ooo I'D 1 I HEARD a rumor that this final piece of hard I speak of angry customers and pleased no to I ,
luck was the straw that broke the camels back for B customers, II,
\ has too individualistic sound
Meditation\ a We
&: U, so I asked the ",idE'.hoLOI'II!, but he grinned and I ; or, better still, omit all mention speak 'of! Latieptance .

ooa--ocot C=:==OCOC .OCOC====O laughed Heik no," he said, "we'll be on the road i I speak of buying resistance! and buying. ''II>i Lund I ,

The again in a week or so \\eie enjoying Stuart. It's alike ar'eptal
fellowship of country road it a goodly one, New York limes.
and in that fellowship one can find lifelong comrades place to tepuii and lest _

passing acquaintances ., and a wisdom that can i. I FREE ENTERPRISE AT WORK

be gained, perhaps, in no other way. It is the wisdomof HOONDrKFLL> : circuses seem when you are I : (I Industrial News Service)

fields and woods, compounded by the observingeye \oung! \\\, had our own youngsters down at the Ringlmg Those who forecast that the

and the understanding heart; and it is a wisdom show in U'est Palm Beach, and looking at their enraptured I ___ ____u __ ___ prIce control and a return to the free virtual "'iimnmti, ,
that does not grow old, that lasts until a man' hiking faces I remembered the glory of so many' things that suit in immediate and disastrous mUl'kl'tIQUJ
done that day WANTEDi THE EVIDENCETo inflation, v\,"i r,' a, I 6,,
days hour.are and then it brightens many a fireside seemed so commonplace fooled as will\ be those who think that 1)I'ICl"III'r) > .,
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,
-Arthur Wallace Peach HOOVDFRrUL: it still is to hand the elephant
What
and others interested in conserving and protecting fish actually happened was that norm prices
and see it disappear down his waving snout. .
H peanut in the first flurry after decontrol while
BE SURE TO VOTE TUESDAY to watch the pacing of the tigers and the polar bears of the waters of Florida downward The idea that the public, would some ti,

Remember first!'! firaffe And the way the elephants Your organization, the Florida Wildlife Federation, pn any 1
your for anything was baseless As
Good citizenship demands that you cant your vote In proven Time put it. ":
Stuart cit election Tuesday walked, swaying, holding each other's tails? And at its recent meeting in Orlando, after hearing much discussion and more sales clerks heard two long forgotten phr.

f5e sure \"ote-and preach the gospel 1 of getting out the smell' the wonderful pungent smell of the menag- ,; formed a resolution condemning the lack of law How much is it?' and 'Xo thanks' And in the, last \

the \ote-because that in the only way' to reach a clean. erie. :. enforcement by the State Conservation Department, its of October, according to the Bureau ol Labor Stati

1"ut decision which will really represent the will of the Director und its Agents, demanding the suspension of the l food prices declined as much as 4 per cent
|)00pl. I GUESS; its all still just as wonderful as it ever was. On top of that there has been a'Cr n iticcab! -
fudging' bv the faces of my kids, their ohs and ahs when Director. and asked the Governor for more diligent effortin II iprovement in the supply of both manufactured i
good
\0 are electing H commissioner to serve us for the the man on the flying trapeze vaulted through the air and enforcing state laws pertaining to fishing and conservation I farm products. That simply means that supplies
next three Examine each candidate are 1
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years qualificationsand caught the hands: of the beautiful lady in pink tights as she ing through legitimate channels-and the ilack
cast your vote according to your sincere best Judgment his the bicyclists on the tightwire and the We have some concrete evidence on hand, but we is expiring ms
way I
best for being the influenced only b>' what you believe is the spun trained seals the performing dogs the clowns and the desire to submit every scintilla of evidence having to do On both the producing and retailing II'I ,'J Is, the
majority. with such the lack of instruction
and to conller'ationagents
and cotton candy proper
and mal
healthy of
midgets, the peanuts popcorn )processes competition are "
The post of Stuart park board member is also to be balloons but it didn seem that way to me. lack of cooperation with individuals and organizations I evidence-and these processes are the best guarantee mcc mo
decided at this election This is lack of assistance in prosecuting handled
an extremely important ; cases or have of a progressive! stable Chan,
position which will be concerned with beautification- of brought to trial by agents, and such other definite fact economy stores
in the world Independent stores
the real circus music! are going cut for the l'ust'IOIer'lI
I :MISSED only '> b
parks and the city at large. Carefully weigh the and evidence as and others furnish in unquestlon-
qualifications you can
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the outrunning
the calliope whose strains used to bring boys ness. They are keeping prices at the lowest it, el tons!-
of the candidates when you make your choice to catch the parade The beautiful ladies able form for backing up your resolution and the betterment with the times! The free enterprise system i' working

because the man you .select will be responsible for makingthis riding on the elephants, how like Princesses of the east of conditions throughout our state along conservation it has always worked when freed of go\'erIlf1l1'Ill'lmpl i
beautiful and here lines
a more city- the qualifications
again of
strident fetters.
and the jelling
then
of the candidates should be the criterion for the that seemed back the wonders of Jo-Jo the Uog We don't want hearsay Must have concrete cadenceand ,
barkers
the sideshow ,
r, \ ters Faced Boy and the PetrifiedIun: the Fat Lady and the with such will carry through as requested by you. Sent REAL VALUE OF THE LAND
Whoever you vote for, \'ote-and get out the vote no both evidence and affidavits direct to your president addressing : .
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that, whatever the result, it can be definitely realized to I hiving Skeleton : same to !917 J Arlington Avenue, St Petersburg, The Honda Department or Agriculture passes 0'

In Ot will of all the people. Honda, us this editorial on the inherent values of land: :

THE WORLD has to turn slowly for you to really RALPH COOKSCY The time when man considered hi01:1I': ') t II'<' ha

A CLEAN, WHOLESOME- TOWN- ------- I enjoy a circus and it has to be a Big World in which what's you President light to despoil land, drain it of its feitiliu; neirlelt il

are a Little Teller, straining your neck trying to see Florida Wildlife Federation the future has just about passed as it is realized that

Back from the Press Convention at :Miami this weekwe going on in all three rings at once, I ------ land must provide food feed and fiber for all people, L

are thankful for the fact that Stuart is a clean wholeimi WARNING ON POLLUTING WATERS now and in the future. The pioneer system ol nearing, I la

town where the majority of the people go to church LOOKING AT the circus, enjoying it through my (farming it till it lost its fertility and moving on has pa,

1111> Sundays. know each other and !give a friendly hand. kids, I remembered a wonderful something which they' Commodore J. E, Whitbeck, Commander of the 7th out of the picture long ago.
\v a\'e as they Coast Guard district at Miami, has tuned all interests
pass
will never !see Proper use of the land is of interest not .'1111) to I
It; nice to live where business and shopping is personal along the coast that it is illegal to dump oil or other contaminating owners, soil conservationists, and those intended: in f

i/ed and not impersonal where traffic goes! at a IT WAS BUFFALO BILLS Wild West Show going materials in the navigable waters. i supplies!, but also to religious leaders Poor (churches

moderate pace, and v here there is a minimum of crime full blast with the cowboys! and Indians! riding hell for "The pollution of harbors by oil kills sea life, he always found in regions of poor soils The following
said "and waterfowl 1 It I is health-
destroys to
a
menace
and tawdriness aim with ,
leather and !shooting each other with deadly } cerpts from a !statement adopted by Protestani Calh
and denies the the to salt
public right water swimming and
It's good to see folks working in their gardens-folks their blank cartridges I remember sneaking under the tent i and Jewish leaders set forth the precepts on man'. ref
boating It coats the undersides of docks with oil and
you know-and the kids going to school on their bikes, and running smack bang into that scene of carnage with provides fire hazard." ion to the land,

the familar small town dogs whose names you know even dying Indians shouting their war whoops as they toppled Here a is the federal law pertaining to deposit of refuseor "The land is God's greatest material gift to m

the mullet lumping In the river and the pelicans swoopingand from their ponies in paint and war bonnets and the cow- oil in navigable waters kind It is a fundamental source of food fiber and fu

diving-thev all seem to belong to our town boys yelling at the top of their lungs as they emptied their Unlawful : The right to use such elemental source of life and
to throw discharge
deposit
or or cause
Its nice to live among neighbors, and to be able to six shooter! while Buffalo Bill himself! with his streaming or suffer to be thrown etc. from any floating craft 'elopmenta fundamental human right-i esae:

walk without being Jostled, to visit", without having to go yellow hair came charging down on a white horlle.,It wasa of kind or from establishment ashore for human welfare

miles and even to forget your wallet is in your pocket. long time ago and all 1 Illaw of the show, but I'll never refuse any matter of any kind any except that flowing from any "Land is a very special kind of property Owner
did duck out and race home as fast! as I of land does not give an absolute right to use or abu
I
Its good to be in Stuart among the folks you know forget it, even if streets or sewers in a liquid state, into any navigable
Why did I leave Well, it might nor is it devoid of social responsibilities. It is, in fact,
working in your shirt sleeves in a calm, quiet and peace my feet would carry me. water of the United States
ful town, Let's improve on what we have by beautifyingand have been real for'all I knew It was my first sight of a Penalty for above, maximum $2,500 fine and/or imprisonment stewardship. It Implies such land tenure and use &I

working always toward better living, but be on our circus. for one ((1)) year enable the possessor to develop his personality, insist
---- --- a decent standard of his and fulfills
guard not to lose what we have. .muIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIiiIIIlhlllllllllllaall: IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFa Oil Pollution Act of 1924 living for family
obligations At the has i dt>
steward a
the land
The big cities are all right ; they have lots of nice "Oil"' is oil of any kind in any form same time,
to enrich the soil he tills down to fUtL
and to hand it
sections many fine I people and many attractions-but Letters To The Editor Navigable water' means all portions of the sea generations the and
they have crime, vice pride greed and callousness, too within the territorial juiisdktion of the U. S. and all as a thank-offering to God, giver
loving inheritance children.
a his
After all. there no substitute for a clean, wholesome small JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII inland waters navigable in fact in which the tide ebbs to children's
"Since the institution sec
family is the primary
town Editor "The News," and flows to land and be planned,
!stewardship of land must
.- Saturday last we visited the State and County Tax Collector office i Except in case of emergency imperiling life or the family unit in view. The adaptability of t
special
SHOP AT HOME TH CHRISTMAS I property or unavoidable collision or stranding it :
to clear an Item not understood, having sold a parcel of land here farm home for nuturing strong and wholesome familyis ) ii I

Stuart Retail Merchants Association, in a praise- and having received less than the amount the tax office ; shall be unlawful for any person to discharge, or t the reason for the universal interest in land use and
oil
suffer the discharge of
or permit by method
also, another Item was presented Believing Saturday any
worthy civic effort with this issue launches a series of welfare."Efficiency
charged'i into the = _...
means, or manner or upon navigable waters \
full page advertisements in The Stuart News urging thepeople day we opined Monday would be O K. to pay and U vessels ; In land use is not to be judged merely
of the S. from oil fuel
discount. We could have mailed It but It would not have any using as or carryIng <
material considerationthe
of Martin County to trade at home this Christmus.The oil in excess of its requirements for lubrication production but by a balanced
either since banks closed until and Monday
advantage way Monday reboot
spiritual social material values that
merchants point out that they invested many The Secretary of War is authorized to and
there bright and to be refused discountI prescribe regulations
we were early only therefrom land is nol
thousands of dollars to supply the Christmas needs ol for the discharge of oil in such quantities, under to person, family and society. The
the In 1919 and confident taxes <
Martin county'-and invite shoppers from all over the bought property am were paid such conditions and at such times and places as be a source of benefit to a favored few and a means
in November and without since
always positive exception our
county-Salerno, Hobe Sound, I'alm City, Jensen Beach in his opinion will not be deleterious to health or sea servile labor to the many
here from 1924 and I wondering If this Is not t Tamilis
residing on am
the
Second available to :
Port Sewall, Indiantown Port Mayaca-to visit: Stuart, food, or a menace to mavigation or dangerous to only to making land .
hairs". the camel", at persons
"splitting or "swallowing stialnlng a gnat"I the and to eauca
the Christmas-shopping center, in responsibility of society to encourage
property engaged commerce such
or on waters.
mentioned relatives to receipt of tax from purchaser whom I the land efficient use''
Store fronts Christmas decoration A the above is stewards in the proper and most
and violating of
are gaywith person guilty misdemeanor
a
wrote by registered mall-I could have had more tax from him the land make them maslel
and In such will
filled with which and suffer fine techniques as
stores the of of
gifts" range gamut gift may a $2500 andorone
had I Insisted on his paying at time of purchase which was really! of their "
merchandise Local stores this year have the most! com- February last, but he was charged only for two-thirds of the year, ((1)) year Imprisonment. A vessel from which fuel\ own economic destiny.
Christmas stocks several is discharged shall be liable for the above
plete in years. if pecuniary
Somehow, seems there is possibility of Imposition on us Docs
that dollars in Stuart in and clearance be withheld COLLECTION PLATE RECORDWe
9 Pointing out spent stay Martin seem too that despite the war Just supposedly won or rather PEACE penalty may until penalty bus
county the business! men will stress! in publicity and in WON, our solons here In the main are ignorant of our Constitution is paid and said shall constitute a lien against the heard the other day that one of our young God In

action that Stuart welcomes trade of its home folks! and need ( consolidation of offices vessel which may be recovered by libel !in rem pro ness men, sitting at peace with himself and his
: assuredly we new government I qute'ly
nearby community residents. ceedings in a district court of the U. S local church on a bright, sunshiny Sunday last year,
to themselves
and their being manned by people broad enough keep nw
A future policy of the Merchants Association! wil clear of prejudice, etc. The license of any licensed officer may be re- dropped a check in the collection plate It'as

be to urge its members to make a special effort to secure This submitted for what it Is worth-publish it or not but as voked for violation of this act out for $20,000. raw""

any items not immediately available in the town, and to the organ we look to-FREE PRES3-to proclaim RIGHT PRINCIPLES In addition to personnel of the U. S. Engineers It was a special collection. The church was. s I

work to bring to Stuart any types of business or service naturally are appealed to Department all officers of the Customs and Coast a new Sunday school building fund. The plate passers dwn H

which may be lacking here. you MRS. M. EROENZINOER Guard have power and authority to arrest and take most fainted when that check fell lightly into the her

More power to them. This is constructive action which ___ ____ into custody with or without process any person. vio probably would have keeled right over, then and tat
will\ make Stuart a better and more prosperous town It is n TESTIMONYThe lating this Act. No person shall be arrested without but he read the amount erroneously as $200. Then a
JACK MINER'S again
the type of action which will benefit every retailer and I process for a violation not committed in the presenceof Ing a second gander, he figured it erroneously chuofor

should result! in greatly increased support for the Association Lord is my Guide and Teacher I will\ not get lost: one of the aforesaid officials $2,000. He just couldn't conceive of a check to the f

He! makes my heart a receiving station for His wireless: -- --- ---- -- ------ more than $2,000 But then others Pfrusedutely nth,
He sits down beside me in the pathless woods and opens up A GRAIN OF TRUTHIf and carefully after the services and the fu $<"

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIItllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' his book of blossomed into reality.
knowledge : Itsmade
you tell a man that there are 270 billion stars in the "" t
'" "L
He turns the leaves very slowly that my dimmed eyes may We like this sort of story. The young t I''
universe ha'll take word for it but
The Hornet's Nestuuunuuuunnunnnnuntnnullltnllnunuuuunununnuunnunununlr. read Ills meaning, your" if you put up align that omney in the town he loved and he wai
"Fresh Paint he will make
saying a personal investigation
lIe makes the trees I plant to grow, and flowers to arch do something for the church he loved kind. jh.

I my path with their fragrant beauty; gives me dominIon There was no fanfare. No publicity of any but h..

over the fowls of the air and they honk and sing KIwanis Magazine parson dIdn't rush over to the newspaper office and
TO THE PEOPLE OF STUARTi Recipe for a their way to and from my home. We know- that man was cre"ted-: not with went to sleep that night with a smile on his face among hi'|

clean civic conscience and the sense of having performed Yea lIe has brought me up from a barefooted\ under., instinct for his own degradation, but imbued with the an thought, of course, that there may be others new buildlnf,

a duty for your town-go to the polls early privileged boy to a man respected by millions of peo desire and the power for improvement to which flock who would do almost as well with the about that do

next Tuesday and vote for the candidate of your own pie, and I give Him all the credit and praise there be limit short perchance The parson hasn't told anybody much ever
may no of
choice. Good government is the issue. Let your good ever, wherever and forever when.i here in this life upon earth perfectioneven nation since, although we think it the largest we he:; ever
judgment decide it. JACK made to a local church. If we are in error

f -Andrew Carnegie timers will correct us.-Orlando Sentinel.






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By HERB MOSHER entire Indiantown area" and Is When the crops need water,
t Orlando Morning Sentinel credited with bringing about this the pumps simply take it out of
I INDIANTOWN-Over here In what is probably Flor- remarkable freedom from cold .
the Lucie
1. St fanaL throw It into -
I ida's last frontier, an unusual farming and ranching development damage which the Indiantown
Orlando business the dltches_nd'exactly the
is growing up with a group of section enjoys.Anyhow
men behind the vast agricultural venture. seven bulldozers are right amount of moisture becomes -
'1 3 :Not a great deal has been said about this big development busy here most days, going right available for the growing 0'
ahead with the clearing of new vegetables, fruit groves, pasturelands
-in fact many people in "warmest" in Florida, during land L. C. "Bill" Peepies, is workIng k"
Orlando will bf surprised to read Winter. with Hooks In all this devel-
I The St. Lucie Canal Is known
about it-yet right here at In- For this reason the mango opment work. Things are being
a* one of the most efficient and
too, will be planted commercially -
"little done just as Quickly-but also _
diantown a regular
orlan-I 1 here by the Orlando agricul- just as efficiently-as possible! dependable canals in Florida.
do" is materializing, *' turists, although, as Hooks putsit An airport is planned. Up to From Indiantown will come
future for this diversified farming : "In the case of the mango, a now only Ravndal has his own more and more agricultural products 4' '
deal looking very bright Indeed very tender tree will go a little private plane out of the group Some experts think this
Cattle assorted livestock. slow." interested but It is expected may be within a few years, one
vegetable crops, Improved pastures -. Where Is Indian town, All good others will follow suit To fly to of the most Important/ vegetable I -
groves of avocados mangoes Floridians should know, but Indiantown from Orlando is only producing areas in the State.
Temple oranges and other probably many don't. Well to a matter of minutes
unusual crops-these things are I start with It should be pointedout Spacious ranch houses are In 1897, when' the U. S. whalIng -
being planted under the direction : that there Is nothing except planned. Hooks now has a beau- fleet became ice-bound In
and guiding hand of prom space (wild country)i between In- tiful home here; he came here the Arctic the cutter' "Bear"
inent Orlande>ans. diantown and Orlando. Indian- from Orlando a few years ago staged a daring rescue and
These men Include such well I town certainly belongs to Orlando to head the Howard Fertilizer reached them in 103 days Nine
known residents of the City If It belongs to any city Co.'s big Indiantown plant a months and 18 days after leaving -
'I Beautiful *s Dr. Charles E. :Meadows and fertilizer with 100-ton- '
as "trade territory" nowIt plant a the "Bear" returned to
Eric Kavnda!, Bob Howard most certainly has been claimed l er-day capacity. Folks live well\ Seattle on Sept. 13, 1898 FARM LANDS RANCHES
R L Hooks (a former Or- b>' the group developing "Litt around Indiantown
Undoan). Julian Howard Roy e Orlando" lust west of Indian- Take the barbecue which ,
Crane and C. F Fa..'sett. Frank town. (Hooks put on the other day for
Hardwlck of Cleveland Tenn, The new development U northof his friends. Fifty people gathered do-hj GROVE LANDSIn
and a frequent visitor in Orlando the St. Luice Canal not far for the refreshments, which 7J.1 01
is Joined with this group In from the P Mayaca: road and Included a perfectly barbecued :
carrying on this> important and four miles from the famous SemInole beef several barbecued hogs, assorted :
interesting agricultural work Inn at Indiantown, in good eats with plenty of I I I love theCommon
Everything Is being done scientifically Martin County Salerno lies to ...refreshments ancient and modern i The Indiantown SectionAND
with R. L. Hooks in the east. Okeechobee town west beverages galore, and plentyof man but@I'
charge of operations Approxi- Orlando north music entertainment and ,
mately 1600 acres of the best The land consists of sandy genuine enjoyment'! I know
land, to start with, Is being planted loam some of It unusually black Or take the Inn. A few lucky
to crops. \There will be "ranch and rich-looking. Indiantown people know about the Seminole I what b tW ELSEWHERE IN
land" In addition''. The crop land and the whole area sits high and Inn off the beaten track, where ,
him h
is already producing tomatoes dry when' compared with many good dinner with strictly first for I
have been harvested so far this other sections to the south, class accommodations. also rea-
season with squash peppers north east or west and for some sonable, have been available for
eggplant potatoes and mixed reason the whole (Indiantown) years when these things hardly Martin CountyLARGE
I I'.. noticed that people who
truck for harvest in November '
crops area is unusually free from cold eixsted elsewhere!
talk moat about loving "U common -
December, and throughthe nights in the VMnter-tlme Cattle will thrive on the Improved man" want to run him.. there
Winter months. I We planted squash at Intervals grasses planted for improved own "a;'. And they don t really
Of course, all the land has notre all Winter last Winter and pastures. Hooks pointed trust Aimt
; been planted That will come never had a plant frosted,"Hooks out. The finest breeds of cattle In our own country,thaw pe. e
Eight hundred acres of theland I asserted at this point. Growers for the district will be stockedon t Sit have treated the common man
1.600 of land" : .a kindergarten child. *
acres
"crop have noted this for many years these ranches owned by the
have been ditched, drained I told him what to eat, what to
dyked "There Is a rather amazing Orlando menThe I
cleared and In general made ;i ridge of land lying not far off main line of the Seaboard' pay Anybody and where who to"lovts work the com- OR SMALL TRACTS
ready for farming I up to now.The I which causes the cold air which Railroad passes through Indian- mon man" usually wants to been ,
other 800 acres will I I be made does sometime come down from town so transportation Is assured the commlttt to toll him bow
ready soon. the north to drain off without for the area many baths to take each wk,
Setting of avocado tree how to hold his knlft and fork,
endangering Indiantown is In laying out the land for
fancy hardy hybrid varieties, I how another expert here. H. M crops, Hooks has placed ditches and Itisoni where to report for his minis. IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED

which hate proved their worth Saunders manager of the Seminole 110 yards apart and land will be Even In Russia a fw "awttt- 2
m Florida will be well underway Inn, and an agricultural "water controlled" by regulating hearts of the common man"tuna
this December. It Is worth expert )ta former agricultural the water level in these ditches party of I million which runs a
noting-and more will be said agent* describes it. Powerful centrifugal pumps can country. of 200 million "common
about this later-that the In- According to Saunders this pull water off the fields, and over : men.' FARM HOMESAND
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COUNTY rilE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC 5, 1948<< PAGE SEVENTEEN
JUDGE MUST

MAKE PUBLIC ALL Improvement plied The director had refused x.u..... Tat D..d-Martin County. to Jo..ph W
S MARRIAGE REQUESTS of State Parks P I.D.-Lln"ood I. Simmons to P.rkar Mar..,
sAtfS 'I the request of the club. The attorney I T. IImm.nl. Tat Drod-Martin Counly to Harland
and To W.D.o.thl..d Bonk And Mte. I. Crookfr,.
+ general said the director'sruling
Legally county judges cannoi t t Be Subject of Shum.n a C. Ina. Tat D..d-Marlln County to 0.... Expert
TSt rS'ABSTRACTS keep secret the application Meeting should stand until changed WD.-Marlon Bw FI.k to I. a, )I.,. Johnooa.. ,
foi' --- W. Tax L> <-Martin Countto T. C
a marriage license ln Florida I by court order. .D'-i&ri.'p t. artlmrd R. Ihirraa. pit',.,. Watch RepairingBring
< PA-.t h..ln. too liwd-Martin Count to R. M.
V. W UII.m.
says Attorney General J. Ton:: THRONG I Tallahassee, Plans for Improv-I to Itob"l Cleveland
Watson. OF NEVI CATTLE LAWS ARE Bat MIy' 11.Fad B..I... C La., Fe. Tan O..<-Martin County to Thomaa
ing State lour Work To My Home
..
i Parks>> will be I'Ure. to 0. A. Smith O RLhmrkento.l>
Replying ANTIQUATED W.D.-ooo. A. WD.-R. H. Kin" to H. W. Simmon.QC ..
to SAYS limlth
an inquiry from topic of discussion to CI..n. E. ,. At 80 West Third Street
I at the fifth II F.t..IP. -J a ".m..o to A. f KruottrNavy
County Judge W. F. ATTORNEY GENERAL 111.-1.... .. lilac.-1. hoed MarDonald ,
Blanton ol INDUSTRIES annual meeting of Southeastern 1' E F"u" to 1'..., I
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Miami, the IN I f'.... tat Mca-.-Cltlacna Bank to A. L
fAX AND TITLE attorney general de- State Park directors to be held II 1II1.-.I..ph' Sl.|'"... lo Surf VI.. Melissa.
INVESTICATIONSESCROWS clared the law requires that December I Cattle dipping laws have become Corp.Chat. Mln'' ;A. L. Mathcra, to ew..... Rank Charles H. Jackson
n 8-13 at Highlands lII'a.-Elm.' M.rtln to HCo""lr Ml .-Herbert U. baaa to Clll..na Hank ,
INSURANCE copy of each application for license STATE GROWTH Hammock State Park near Se- "somewhat antiquated" in r.huh... .1 Muiphy. t>**i-Slat, of Hurlda lo City
TITLE W.I>.-AU.. of atu.rLW.DYana I
to wed A. W.llln 10 Arthur ,
must be posted al bring |I the opinion of Attorney General W.O.-W Kant Oll..t. I. J.m.H.II V. Lund to Lola Prrklna.
FLORIDA the front door of the courthouse 'J Tom Urquh..t,
Watson
for three days State Park Director Lewis aScoggln. : Mt..10m... D. V.qllh..1 10 CI'I..n. ........w..a.
ABSTRACT CO. prior to the actual Use Of Local Raw Materials who will be host to the I I Laws which govern reinburse- hank.Tn. .
Issuance of the license,. I I Being association, said the is ment of cattle owners for the Fork lJ..d-III.l1ln County 10 South t
Expanded group I5.nch '
JIM KENNEDY "I am not By of Tao I'ood-M.rtln From where I sit... bY Joe Marsh
P..ld..t unmindful that this Industry primarily interested in securing expense rounding up the ani- Jahna. Count I. W. O. ,
.rUART fLORIDA might cause the parties to the gains made in the past and sponsoring I mals and dipping them are based '.. .d-M.l1ln 10 EII..both t

application some annoyance by I Approximately 525 new Florida similar improvements for ,I upon a legislative conclusionof T.. Went.'.4-M.rlln. Countto. Lydia H. 1 I

-- industries have opened their the future, such as Federal aid many years ago that cattleIn Ilendry.. How to
doors for business since mid- to state parks. Florida had fever ticks or 'I'ns/ W.t..n.II.
LISTEN 1944 and are actually in operation He explained that the associa- I were exposed to them Since I Tnr To. 11o.. TO 1I..d-M.1In' County to Stop Worrying
| then, the Okalla *
according to a report of tion is interested in obtaining'more '' attorney general pointed Mnn.ll.Too .
I the research and industrial di- out, Florida has been declared I.d-Mulln County to L L
complete group camp facilities I I I M ouneyl
ANDADVERTISE I vision of the Florida] State throughout the region in I tick-free, but cattle still must i Tna >id-'Mailln" County to Lloyd C. I gum folk*In oar town do about hour" after dinner and geU Ain

Chamber of Commerce after an achieving a balanced combination be dipped when occasional flare- Too "ml'h.I.d-M..lln County to Blanch r u mach tr'orrylnJruln >our over worrying over In one concentrated
WITH I extended survey of Industrial of educational and recrea- ups occur, or when the state III.,... housing and prices, and crops, and period.When that's over,he relate

: development In the state tional programs for state parks, 'live stock sanitary board orders I'I ,Job*-and the /little domestic problems over a friendly glass of beer with
The dipping in a that t always coming Ma Hofcklns-and they talk about I
survey discloses that and in extending the usefulness'I quarantine area to are up.

some of the products manu- of state parks to a year 'round determine if ticks are present. Fred A. StaffordRegistered Dad Hoilclni, who's lived to the pleaaant thing together,until bed

W I R A fnct IU't'd l by these new establishments basis. The law as it stands today does happy are of eighty, has a simple time.

in Floilda follow the traditional I not provide for sharing the expense : formula for stopping worry.About from where I(it.that's as work-

1400 ON YOUR DIAL pattern by extending Chief speaker on the programwill of such dipping:, said the every problem, he asks himself: I. ;e a formula as you could find ,
the use of local raw materials. I I be L. B. Sharp, director of attorney general Civil EngineerAnd there anything I can do about Itt right down to the mellow glass of
National Camp, Life Camps, IncShaip I beer that seems to wink away your
Others If then is, he never postpones
orsdvertuins: rate tee or phone T. C. Schreckengo.t TIP the result of the is
(growing Florida nationally recognized INSTRUMENTS FILED FOR RECORD making a decision,or taking neceasary worries.
Phone No. 126.W and regional I as an outstanding leader In the I,
1'1al'kc'and\ the reallzatlon that W.D.-o. II. Johnson t. 0.... f:. Land Surveyor action
field of camping. I Juhn.un.W.U.Martin.
Florida is a good I group I I If there tin't anything he can do c9 1t
place to live VSelabarh II II1'lere.
to Doroth I
Stuart Florida u
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-- I I and Nork. ior manufacturing program I II I I about It, he sets aside a "worrying
tr.3 will be conducted at Highlands W.D.-Vlol.t J. Roaaonvr to Walter
I tends t to follow the point of sale. I J..hn.. Phone 20C-J
I I j I 'Every section of the state Hammock December 9-11 On I W.I-e..I.8.h..k. S. Amlriwa to Robert. C.I I Copyright; 946, VmitiSlaiti; Brewer Foundation .
December 12 the will to 1-------
group go
has expanded industrially;' the U-M-t'.rrl. 8. Andivwa to Robert C. ----------------
Miami on a sightseeing tour Thefollowing 8.h.d.ArtI.e..I..
HUTTORadio I re udieis( commented. I : /. a. An day the meeting will
"A W. U.-yr.n.ol.o M. 1). 11.rIon to II.
: listing!! of products of the '
be concluded at Hugh Taylor H. Dal.n.
new concerns varying with localities W.D.-M..t D. Lass to arold A West Palm Beach Directory
Birch State Park at Fort Lauderdale lto.bul'Y.W.D.Au.uMt..
[ and includes the
Appliance Co. following .. Cobra lo City of gtunrlI '.
principal( Items vegetable and I I),'.H-!.<.in-Ill Cork to John WooUrum
Nave I hr.-Elm. Martin Srlleia. WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH
i, font processing, livestock and CLUBS MUST EXIST O.('. Deed--W I I. bh.im.r. to A. P.
I II THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
PHILCO RADIOSAND dairy products beverages, live- TWO YEARS TO GET
stock feeds wood manufactures 'I I I

!building: materials machinery oi LIQUOR LICENSES Fort Pierce, Florida 4t. Moon TO su Mon" HAWTHORNE

manytypes. metal fabrications, I I Phone 732 e
COMBINATIONSPhilco plastic I' Until the supreme court rules FREDERICK L. PORTER ROOFING CO.
fabrications screw machine -
otherwise, the state beverage department -
i Foot Specialist ROOFING-SHEET METAL
products clothing shoes
has been advise to require -
Electric ,
RefrigerationHave Room 204Sunrise HEATINQVINTILA1'INQOPTI
accessories aircraft equipment
clubs to be chartered or OPTICIANS t. OPTOMETRISTS
radio parts household and I Theatre Bid?. WATU ROOFINQBADCOCK'S
.nod o
You Seen Our Incorporated for not less than t
fice furnishings garden two years before receiving a

NEW GYPSY GRILL i I beach furniture Industrial Of-I liquor license I I
icals insecticides '
Attorney General J. Tom Wat- ROTARY CLUB BOB'SSAFE
Everhart & ElectroMode Electric Heaters ,I canvas products cosmetics, son Informed James T. Vocelle, I
I ITUART No.
RnyHIISHOLM'SGRILL
and novelties 512 Clematis St. & LOCK WORKS
state beverage director, that the s
EXPERT RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS I It was pointed out that the evident Intent of the law was A ; sfAFFURaJAMES Furniture and 202 First St. -:- Phone 7890 I

survey was preliminary to the that a club must be chartered I 1"-0'' House Furnishings I We repair Anything
I te-issuing of a directory of Florida I PECRA", S. I
or Incorporated for at least two
I
|KM Oiceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dept manufacturers and processors years before applying for a I I j
in December of
next year. been''
{'I license A club which had ,
( Report of the survey Ls available I I
In continuous and active existence -
in the form of a supplement I
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for at least two years had
to an earlier directory. I II II I received a charter and then PSTViRT -.

Waterfront Properties 'I TEN COMMANDMENTS

I FOR SAFE HANDLINGOF I Smokey Says: af't wti / rI I

Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound SHOOTING IRONS TNATS M"AT I ..rLPiLLN'
Ocean Frontage -- I tM 1p! 6lAVCR.IIOaEY Jy'j
I 1. Treat every gun with the 1MefaE Aealf wllDriRKIT'f
r rhnd ANi w WN OT MLARLY M NAap M
respect due a loaded gun. This I NAT r I (!T MY jxMr Mj As IT IS1All
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q } is the cardinal rule of safety. ew.eD of/ Ta Iur Ir d/1/
; gun i I II '
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2. Carry only empty guns,

% w o e rRIV.R I t taken down or with the action I II

open' into your automobile,camp, I
t zI I md home RIGGER OPPORTW1IT13

IMIN. : 3. Always be sure that the
In 4
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barrel and action are clear of f e r
.! mI I I obstructions. I \ ,1 Surprising to most people it the fact that Florida

I 4. Always carry your gun sot I has more beef cattle than any tate east of the

that y'ou can control the dlrec- *
T Mississippi, that last year's 'meat crop was
lion of the muzzle, even If youMumble

? ../ M late wNim"'r : i \, tt ,Mt Ytw.v marketed forl7milliondolianthattotalvalueofthe

ewnw 5. Be sure of your target before | state's cattle industry is estimated at $175,000,000.

you pull the trigger I p Tian aNFNL Q 1 .2

0 Never point a gun at anything Firemen long have hail a saying: Big business? Yesl But it's also true that Florida
you do not want to shoot. > The easiest fire to control ii the
leave unattended one that doean start i" By keeping people eat 35 per cent more meat than the
7 7. Never your gun
of woods,
I wildfire out your you
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\ unless you unload it first wont have to fight fire to protect state produces.
8. Never climb a tree or a fence 1 your valuable trees and tccdlinjs.H .

with a loaded gun. i - / Here ere 'the factors/ ,that' indicate/ / *big opportunity'
0. Never shoot at a flat hard
/ in the>/> cattle/ industry:
surface or the surface of water.

tw.aoiwr not mix gunpowder and
10. Do
alcohol I 1. Land adapted to low cost feed crops.

STATE P..T.- A: -NEW-- I 2. No disastrous droughts or floods.


OFFICERS NAMED I w { 0 3. Plenty of pasturage for increased
.n tnc I E
/ Tallahassee. (FNS) Concludingone herds.
: of the most successful an- i / 1912r !

Int nual conventions ever held by e 4. Improved breeding for better grades..

the organization the Florida PTA
Congress elected Mrs J Flojde Increasing demand in the fastest <0

Griffin of Tampa president to +wecWtela growing state In the nation.

succeed Mis Walter Beckman of

...... Miami.
ra ....- LYf. Other officers named were Kentals

Mrs. Arthur O Ivey of Jacksonville ilral

Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties first vice-president; Mrs. 1
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Throughout Martin County Rob Roy Meador of Clearwater,
directing healthproitinm Information
vlce-preeident >r
ACREAGE'1 1RANClIE Mrs. Jow Mason,
( : E S. 'I Real Estate Insurance r"h.
Sewallt Point RJvcr-to-RIver Properties Miami secretary and Mrs.
I rtk, .
and swpnson: St Petersburg treasurer I, Write or See II II'l
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Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Site ____ _____ __ -- -- j j TAYLOR Write for detailed abstract on )
JOHN E. w this at well ot other IndustrialS

C. B. ARBOGAST photographers and notaries pub- nswiln.. Bldg, Phone IOU ? opportunitiet in Florida, 'l

IK wrote Watson, "but I feel i( SrUAKT

Real!Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance SUrf thai the benefits of the law I f s,
will ,weigh such annoyances It FlflRlBl POHEpf LIGHT& COMPM.Y ,,4,4c l lay
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I I niiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiili : Marcus Hod; Pa. were entertained Romanello and Madison Weeks. : -,-all I find, since that name is accorded -' KANNER -------r lID)D

NEWS OF in the home of Mr and I Enroute to their home In St. to a fish of the croaker i Judge A. SHELLS! SHELL

f Mrs E. R. Ensey. Saturday. Other Petersburg from a stay In Miami, FISHING ] mmlly which the Crackers callmazookas. principal speaker last Sunday at Shells and rlndlnCI .1 gnu

Indian River Drive guests for Saturday evening sup- Mr and Mrs En In Feustermack- I Anyhow, we caught the annual memorial services of :Making Write "hell Jrxel) IIII1HcJI1Sh\
per were Mi and Mrs. Charles tr stopped in Ankona Tuesday rut Prll'e L,, :
'' IN THE FAMOUS i' tm. and they gave their usual the Fort Pierce Elks It was the LEONE 1 I. dub
J By'I'A CLARK Cleveland Fort Pierce. i bur a visit with Mr and Mrs. DRYSD
" 111111111111111111111I111111110.1..1111111111, I Miss Katherine En e>. teacher I John Roenbeck Mrs. Roenbeck ; I vigorous battle on light tackle. tlrst memorial service held In .' o But .. and

I" \ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klrk- In the Fort Pierce schools Is at and l.h's. and Mrs. Feustermack- St. Lucie Region L L. Bob caught a nice 8-pound the newly remodeled home. Miami: { 13. p|,. epprolybeB

Walton tick leave. I ei were childhood lends In AI- I and Mrs. Munroe
' bright and laughter. Susan are home in on THF TRUt SPORTSMAN .IS A GUARDIAN OP NATURAL ItESOU"CU bheepshead Seventy-seven were present.
" expeteed to arrive In Ankona I Mr. and Mrs William McClure. I knlown Pa. landed a 2'a pound snapper. At
1 from Jersey City Wednesday for I Sweeney of Walton nad as dinner Mr. and Mis Lane Jennings, Lt. Cmdr. Bob Munroe former I and small hooks for whatever ; days end we had some 20 nice ; Unlike other members of the StuffecJ-U: ;;?"No.',Head aI Ir'.

.1 a visit with Mrs. Klrkbrlghts guests Thanksgiving evening Walton spent part of last week fishing editor of the Miami Dally might be present near the man- I eatin fish, enough to feed threeor deer tribe, both sexes of the xxco! to I '", SOyb.four

aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Lee Hubbard of in Miami. Their son, Harry, a News who Is now in charge of grove roots along the North four families I Barren Oround caribou have @Lg$.: bit '
Joe Worthlngton Mlddletown Conn and Walton; University student at Gainesville I Shore of the Sun Parlor. The I I The trout were not striking i .;'IgJtt'' 1
I I oil .
Coast Guard public relations for horns, although the horns ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lennard Mr. and Mrs a A. Tuckert who came home for the tide was Just beginning to come ot least, where I was they weren't I Ii Rdhlolrourmana\ I ( I \ \ ; ;St
had around their festive board Miami Fletcher Ruasell Ankona Thanksgiving holiday returned the entire Eastern Area, from I In. which was promising since ''- but met Andy Anderson at the the female are shorter than the ,:.,,,:I In. ,,,.,d,| w.1/11'1{ / \ :Li:?
Newfoundland to Puerto Rico, |
for Thanksgiving their son and and Mrs. Viva C Roat HonorIng 8(tnday most of our bottom fish seem to post office and he Informed me i males Caution 'oh u ","eI StiItrCi
wife, Mr and Mrs Leicester Leonard Mr. and Mrs Tuckert who Mrs Edgar K. Martin of Walton wound up a 30-day leave byspE'ndlng bite best on the flood. ]that they had been hitting pretty I ---- ---
the week-end
sod their I children Ous and remained for a three day visit spent Thanksgiving In here fish- The first victims of hermit- good up the North Fork I -

Leicester and George\ Sawyer Mr. and Mrs McSweney enter- Stuart the guest of Mrs. Helen Ing.Bob crab-tall were some spots" I This week's radical change In
"" Lennard, another son from 1'1I I tained with card games Friday Aspinwall. With Mrs. Elaine As- I and his wife my son and These are not the "spots" which weather (California style, brrrHvlll r Immediate Delivery
I. tusvllle ,.ho remained for al i evening Their (guests were Mr. Mnwall and Mist Elsie Williams' enjoyed some plain old-fash- ere called Lafayettes along the change the fishing habits I
I ioned and unvarnished
St. Lucie iCN'I
four day visit. and Mrs. John Patterson Rock- Carolina coast and properly I and hopefully bring us In a
the party dined at the Stuart INI i
Inlet bottom 4 CYCLE GAS POWER
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Anktny.I yule Center. LINY... and Mrs I'otei. |I week-end, and fishing I really over enjoyed the I should not be called spoti at I batch of blues LAWN orPHOI'
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Ankona, spent Thanksgiving --
Frederick Dunphy Eldred MOWERS
Mr. and Mrs. frank Pilger of It. {
with their son and his wife, Mr Dr. John Tlmm Chief of Staff Philadelphia and Mortonvllle, N. First we gathered a bucket of I y
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and Pierce Mrs Harold Ankeny In Fort I of the Methodist Hospital In I J. have arrived at the Fred Reynolds hermit crabs, and then rigged up EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR ELECTRIC POWER LAWN MOWS M, LI I.P I.Pash I
Brooklyn who has been spending
residence In Eden where with long leaders, light sinkers
"I After an extended,trip and through Mrs.I a two weeks vacation as guest of |they will remain during the winter -i REGULAR LAWN MOWERS
Mexico and Texas Mr
I Dr. and Mrs J Oattlin In Eld-
season Mr. Filer was for-
from Sauck I the table were Mr. and Mrs.
Victor T. Conklin
red left b>' plane from Vero i 'nlan Eastern State Penn, Boats
Century
C Jimmie Gordon Mrs. Run-
Center. Minn have arrived at Peggy Easy to start Easy to operate
home
Edenlawn to occupy Redwood Monday to ut un guard He has lust purchased a can, Chester Pa.. and winter
cottage which they have leased' Dr and Mrs Olnlll1WI'I"" the nets boat Peppei. now tied to guest at O J. Ranch Jensen: :
instlgatois cl .1 l Daub,ill I fag party t tit Reynolds duet ready for theb Mr. and Mrs
tor the winter season. Mr. and George Healy who SERVICEPhone Humphries Tire & Appliance C CFort
Mrs. Conklin alternate their 1 fur i the gauze' i b. t tar,'it Yule i t Pu'i"' i !h inline II,hint !lift early Friday morning for STUART MARINE
cold Okeech,'"' }Fnda i \ evening A community Thanksgiving Miami, and Mrs Pierce Florida C
winters between this section of Pilger 33 Stuart Florida Box 96 ,
Florida and California heir guests IIH ,\inlet i \ then houseGuest <' i 1:11111':i gas spread in the Fred the new rtvfis: from Philadelphia -I [

Miss Ann Mustaine Air Hostess l Di J I,'I). I 1"1 11 :\11' D"n R('\lt! >11 1 _. -----
with Eastern Air Lines Roger I .- COld I'
L. Rollins Fort Pierce and

tonla Robert Beach Head were Atlanta Sunday and visit-Day- I WRITE OR CALL

ors In the Merwin-Phillips home FLOORS I I
In Edenlawn Mrs. E A. Men-

finger Stuart was also a Sun- 1
day visitor s l 1 t '
SPARBRITEPHONE
Monday Mrs. F C Dexericks
/ I Ir
recently returned from her summer REFINISHED ,

home In ark&Durg. W. Va /
to their winter residence in Eld-
red paid the resident of Edenlawn v \ 2496
a call Mrs De\cricks i'
r
active In club and fraternal or- .
'-:,
ganlztalons in ner home town
and In Fort Pierce '!;.
Mrs. Katherine Norris annual "
winter resident at Edenlawn n'\ RUGS '

again established in the Studio I CALL US COLLECT
she having arrived ThviVsgiving '
/
Day from a visit to Mrs Blllie VERO

Campbell on the Campbell estateat CLEANED N' i
Franklin Va and a stay with \ ; : BEACH

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yountz in
Atlanta. Mrs Norris ha summer -
residence at South Port

Conn.
Honoring the birthday anni- I
I I. Illi li l lp
versary of Mrs Florlne Cave. 01
St. Louis Mo.. Mrs Katherine

Norris gave a beautifully ap- 5-
pointed dinner in the dining: p F TNf
room of the Merwln-Philllps : ? ;
lit Edenlawn Sunday evening\( '
/ Dj &
Guests Invited for the occasion! f SERVIGMSparbrite
were the honoree. Mrs Cave. Mr
and Mrs Victor Sonklln !Mr and

Mrs. Dumond Merwin Miss An- I
nette Cave and Arthur PhillipsMis
Florine Cave was hostessfor j 1\1'\

a Thanksgiving dinner at rite Offers Beautiful FloorsIn
Blue Goose her guests were her
daughter. Miss Annette Cave

Arthur Mrs. Katherine Phillips of Edenlawn Norris md 1 In Natural Finish, Completely Sanded (Not Sanded At). Every Coat Buffed In.

Blue Heaven of Eden the home
of Mr. and Mrs. K H. Burggra! I
was festive with native flowers Sparbrite Service Is Top Quality ALL KINDS OF
Is The Time To Do
for the 1 o'clock Thanksgiving ow
dinner that they gave in honor RUG WORK
Work-But Will
of their house guests.. Mrs. Louise Sparbrite

von Miss Berg Florence of Lake Doak Worth of Cleveland and- LAYING CLEANING Over Your Floors and RugS

Other guests were Miss Bee BEAT ANYBODY'S PRICES! ETC.

Fllllngham, Mac McClaln St
and Mr. and Mrs
Augustine

James T. Aubrey winter resIdents Has Finished The Stuart SCl
of Jacksonville Sparbrite Currently Methodist Church

Friday evening Miss Doak entertained -
the women of this l

party with dinner at the Lighthouse T
'4 V SOME OTHER JOBS ,

Mrs K. H. Burggraf and Miss
Bee Fllllngham were Palm Beach

visitors Saturday. rt WELL DONE BY
Mr and Mrs. William McClure
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QUOTES OF THE WEEK ; SPARBRITEILLUSTRATED ,


"Hilf of Antrlo'i women over

SS hue bfcomo matron bobby- ON THIS PACE
.oi rt."-Patneia Sttunt, head 1
tf Heltjtveod medil.ichool.

1i 4

ale.! la tolUr,"
r "I T* lot my '
Hill Sola.Albuyutrqui N,Mttplmning ? "0. t CALL US COLLECT S e :: t
AM bull nai.
3-/e. -'
,... S5 Your Rugs Washed and Shampooed at Sparbrite'iModern
"" .i VERO BEACH 2496 High**"
Plant at Vero, 25th St. and Federal
"W. .r. In tko baitatu of A SECTION OF YATES FUNERAL HOME

keeping lao Uw of cappl/ and Alit _
demand from .rIlIDI.-OPA .u r T
Chief Paul Porter, t t. Senate. iIA'

vmmttft.
I

Tk... Wagner Act ikeuM ,... piSRl,6piNilS
of oiUtoacW,H.
,Utl7 out ttAAIAd ? .
Dove, former War Labor Board 4INN I Iy
chairman./ _


Tho Wagner Act U loaded ,
,
.,.Inalth. tmplojor and wo In* -: t '
tad steep U IbM wtr."-JamtlFrttton
tntl Brotherhood ./
Sltttrital Worktrt.



I .AI lad I'll got a .pert-

.Mtr--Ctlotl DaN Kirk,
tf.. York, F..Ii.. ., in Army
M a$Neast.I THE ETTERS RESIDENCE, WABASSO ROAD SPARBRITE'S HEADQUARTERS AT VERO BEACH INDIAN HILLS GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB




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-- NFky: in(1.. Hanan t'ounty. nOltlIJ.\, TIITRSDAT DEC. 5. 1949 FACE NITES:
TONIGHTgluari :
MEETING

SHELL lID Band Association DOWN theSTREET Carpel and' yon wmcn over conveyed us hither -- sin Beach. a line, shorting it and causinga
} the Double
'lading' 'mltt at g covered dish suplisht beauty world's outstanding Amputee Devises Sports AidsWilfrid A number of businessmen of drop in the voltage.In .

Pike''I\Jewel a. 6:30: at the Wom ae Dade county spot Known I See Where. I Martin County are attending the speaking of Florida cropswe
L Band students par- On chamber of commerce conven- are thankful for every bumper -
''RYSC dub are Invited.rvorofne.sSpT.fJ this page you will see man by W. H. (Bill) Mitchell the that's dueto
Mil friends the highlights tion at Miami. crop except one
ar 46 and detail
shrdlu sb which More charter boats are arriving careless driving
t Fib --- -- By MARY: 1I.\RTlI.\S: the were planned in honor of W. H. (Bill) MITCHELL each day at our docks.

ybtan, -chemists claim that City The Miami Magic! Wand of the Magic sacred men mission and In women life is to whose keep 1P 1 i".T r C" "Schreck" our able and eflfcl- The people who will criticizethe Wheat is the most important
feed made was put in the hands city election most will be grain crop In New Zealand.
poultry inviolate cnt recreational director Is
1d and or E A that constitutional arm : busy
Menmnger. ., 1l
seHeorlle meal president of those who did not vote.
SOybean oil supplies the Florida Editorial foundation stone of America these days with his various dut-
(four to fiv times more dlt last weekend Association, the Freedom of the Pres ies He has Installed shuffleboards More new people: appear on our
protein than cereal when he took his But tiny tots' swings and has streets every day. The winter
Dl family of 200 the hospitality of
Florida the host
editor of the card shelter population is growing ;
In first class
city was
I weekly and semi-weekly papers blended with an atmosphere shape in Woodlawn Park. Business is getting better each REALESTATE
tole PRI to, the "Land of Sun and Fun" of friendliness which day. The merchants have one i
)4hlainN for the I If Immediately Chet Homan of Salerno has
weekend. created when of the largest and most com-
Stuart Boat Now we've I people of the same canines given enough beige cloth to
seen Ed wave all come plete lines of merchandise they J
cover the pool table at the Civic
I together for
kinds of sticks to accomplish the as some sage has have ever carried for the Christ- ,,
said "a much Center. John Mann has volun-
Rentals Impossible but he takes the I stronger link exists mas season.The .
teered to cover the table.
between
olden bathtub for manipulating I people of the same Power and Light Co Is

ry :':tOC dbaulluFlallt8t.ilon: i / :;: :;/a t I the kind with the touch of calling the than between" people 01 The trailer parks at Jensen having Its troubles these days Properties of all kinds
,
|nbo.r< Bol. for Rut I magic Before we could think of same race Name labels on Beach are beginning to fill up. with the high winds The other n
for 11.001' River Fishing Only ; how to do what next it was done I a white satin streamer made introductions 4 Looks like a big season for Jen- eating a limb was bio'MI across for sale.Also J
torus- unnecessary and a !
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Hour. Day Or Week I falling -- --- -
VNWE y I Yes sir'' we just walked out memory unembarrasstng
on rentals and insur
II, L. (Mac) McKillipP. headlines and deadlines goarded -An Oh My! what a few yean J

> 0 Box 796 I the daybreak streamliner and '! In newspaper work can do for, DUTCH KITCHENAMERICAN ance. i it
Ii
i i dismounted onto the some of these editors'! Or maybe

{ZS --. ---- --- Magic I Us Just the change of hair-do r STYLE t';
--- -- that made us look twice before .
exclaiming: "Why. hello Doro- HOME COOKINGDAILY Edward app'P.
'rate Expert Service and !thy -- Its SO GOOD to see you s- wPe
Repairse again" > SPECIAL PLATTERS 75c .Realtor
Over there Short Orders, Sandwiches and LunchesTO
first
thing off the
O. Arcade Bldg.
eC TAKE OUT
bat was Carr Settle from Moore
ash Registers, Adding Machines, Sewing Machines Haven who runs three newspapers Open Daily i 6 A. M. to 2 P. M. and 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. Phone 19 It
Sundays 8 A. M. to 2 P. M
In the II
Typewriters 'Glades He was a G. Holibtrj,contact rtpttitntotlvt In the Boiton VA Regional O.'fict. Krueger Bldf. C. II. Storer, Mgr. Old Dixie Iliwav
ALL MAKES 11 knee-pants shaver when I left rtfuitt to permit his doublt lt| amputation to Int.r''.,. with hit I lovi lot rr' '". .
and MODELS H. li shown above lh. lei ...... ;
the mucklands. He says on volt count complttlnf a chongt over en the' odluttoblt .
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Cleaned and Repaired h I loll I club ht dtvlitd. On the rtaht Helibttf .shrbile,,, tht' Iwmini.nf' :
Work
Guaranteed printers don't seem to care for aids hi pttftctt ,le piovid buoyancy ana ptopuliion.
ORDERS MAY BE PLACED WITH the agricultural country and I r
shop help Is had to get and uiiiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiii
II STUART SERVICE STATION hard to keep when Miami beck- with a sister afterwards provedthe JENSEN NEWS For If!!
fine work they are doing In
W. G. Rein, Proprietor ons with good wages. I ,
preparing their gifts for the field
Sitting next to me there was
Polly Rose Balfe Florida's first cf journalism. She: told me of By Charlotte, llelllerIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhIIII {Ill'Ill'II II
H. L. MILLER various fine positions some of
E woman to come out and make a her graduates are now holding Mr and Mrs L J Gamble. ARK
|Old Dixie Hiway phone 9144 try for Congress. Her competition I Miss Verna Oamble Louis Gamble ''I
Next To Auto Body Shop for the senator's seat was Then we ate on the beautiful jr.. Warren Shlpes. Mrs A
too tough for any mere woman lawn of the Vanderbilt hotel- Taube. and A. L. Newfield mo-

h_____ but she Is finding outlet for her by the swimming pool and tored to West Palm Beach Fri- 11
talents and energies with a I vhlle the male members of the day to shop. BOARD L'4.

r v.eekly paper which covers the ]!staff were spellbound by the diving I'I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McElfresh ]
Redlands section t and we were beauties as I chatted with I'I and family spent Thanksgivingin t
klad she gave us a copy of herbrain I Ruth Allen of Jacksonville a Miami. !
T/epho child I to read while I the fine young woman who Is in Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tilton mo-
e oCT speaker read Federal laws on the I charge of Public Information for I tored to Gainesville Wednesdayto MEMBER

ec7orq national: wage and hour law. I the State Board of Health.Health spend Thanksgiving Day with
In front of Polly were two education has long been a pet their son-in-law and daughter .j
GoseSttt saintly looking Catholic Sisters II interest of mine, dating back to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wacha
In their black robes and across Womans club work when the I Blount Oldeon came home

the I Isle from them to bobby sox- national health department first ,Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving Consider This Record I
:
Q I ers with school books on their i came into Florida to make a I holidays with his parents
,
Dec. I lops[ My mental guess was that survey of our needs. I almost Mr% and Mrs. H. S. Oldeon. If f
13thrr they were journalism students i went to work for them beforewe Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stange and When I started working for }parks) in Stuart there were !
from College and chat quit as she wants a news- Bonita of Chicago are
Barry a daughter
: '
Xow Stuart has 50 of dedicated to l
eI paper woman to Join the staff of the guests of Mrs.Stange's brother none. acres parks hi
.
I a ya"1R' asd-; F Fe ul = N".U"I the mobile unit to cover the I I! and sister-in-law, Mr. and public use and recognition of the need for parks has

-- state. Every year I wish I knew Mrs. Elmer Dewitt. spread to embrace :Martin County. The necessity of !II j !
y 0, REAL more about Florida and the Mrs. Clem Browning of Talla- III
-- I thought came to mind that such. has .0 spent.tl18 _k.-.nd hare{I having recreational areas at last is being acknowledged: I f

\- t a tour with a few days In every with her sister Mrs. W. B Tilton. not only by the City of Stuart but also by our school !I '
:
T In the state would Mrs. Oamble and
community Mr. and Louis
: -I ESTATE : certainly be a liberal education. son Louis, jr" and daughter board, our county commissioners and by outlying com j !'

f. I 5 I I Then, It was good to again see Verna motored to Sarasota Sun- munities. Steps are being taken to provide both young \j
M where Verna retunred to the
Marjorie Stoneman Douglas with day Sarasota Art School after spending and old with permanent playgrounds for sports, health, j I
whom I had dinner, along with
the holidays here. pleasure and leisure. I
Marlon Manley and Minnie Por- II
Mrs. Arnold Taube was hostessto
I
ter Harris of Key West a few
years ago. Marjorie has her book her bridge club at Seymour'slast Ir. Stuart's park ;
Friday afternoon The prizes i
Investments ;
i iI
of the Everglades on the press
Perhaps you're planning to have a change made sere won by the guests Mrs.
now-after a final deletlos of Minnie Klpp and Miss Georgia ((1)1 ) Play areas arc being provided '
In In the !book. In that case, 25,000 words, she told me andI !
your listing new I
Sales and Listings Throughout can hardly wait to read It as Turner. The members playing ((2)) A supervised recreational program is in .
will I be listed correctly. were Mrs. C. H. Alderman Mrs.
please tell us now 10 you Martin County we all contributed to it In our operation.
Seymour Gideon Mrs Adolph

:Many\ details are involved in preparing a tele W. B. TILTONKruezer discussions the:job three when years she ago.first I began asked Hertel, Mrs. R. S. Robertson ((3)) Band concerts are coming back as a weekly .I ;
Mrs E. J, Ward and Miss Elizabeth -
phone, directory. So any advance notice you ran 1 her how she ever brought herself Robertson. feature.
o write book ( writer
to
a
give us of changes in listings will be appreciated. Building wishes he could and every would, you Miss Connie Segerstrom returned ((4)) Lawns and shrubbery are being maintained.
home Saturday from
PHONE 161 know) and she said "Well I New York City to spend theholidays ((5)) 230 trees have teen planted the past year

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY I Home Phone 158-M was a writer and the folks with with her parents Mr. and 250 more will be planted this winter.
me just kept my nose to it untilI

IMCORPOtATID I __.... .1.1I finally got it finished." She and Mrs. M.Harry Bristow Segerslrom.Mrs. of Miami, is (G) Our baseball diamond has been kept in shapefor
----I made her reputation with short
-- spending the week with her
play.
stories for the Saturday Evening ti
mother Mrs Emily Cox and sis-
Post. ter Mrs. Florence Beardsley. ((7)) 120 new benches are being built this month.

' Mr. and Mrs Ronald Cumsty ((8)) Our water system is undergoing complete

ELECTRIC 1HAVERS SPEND HOLIDAY of Newfane, N. Y. have arrived
HEATERSPrepare overhauling and repair. ,
and takes a cottage at Mrs Lor-
I.V BRADENTON- ette Vincents. Mrs. Cumsty is ((9)) Assistance is being given the negro popula-
I
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thayer the former Katherine Fitzsim- tion in fixing up a park of their own.
mons of Newark N. J. and a
spent the Thanksgiving week- niece of Mrs. Vincent.Mr. .
That First Cold end In Bradenton where they ?
For Florida
and Mrs, R. S. Robertson Ir. at large -
of Mrs. Thayer'sbrotherinlaw
i were guests made a trip to West Palm Beach
and Thorne.sister Mr. I Sunday by boat with Johnson ((1)) At my suggestion the 1945 legislature
WeatherALL and Mrs J. W.
Whitticar passed a law establishing the third Friday in

-. January of each year as the official ARBOR

MAKES IN STOCK AT ORIGINAL OPA PRICES DAY in Florida when thousands of trees

will be planted annually in this State.

tc % ((2)) At the request of C. H. Coulter, Florida

.e..errai.rst State Forester I assisted in preparing an
ELECTRIC
GENERAL .C..L. 1MaSC.ta"I ARBOR DAY :MANUAL which the Stateof

Florida in December will distribute by the

WESTINGHOUSE inherited it and a tens of thousands to garden clubs women'

clubs, civic clubs, and school authorities to t
house from rich aunt
THERMADOR my aid them in plans for Arbor Day. .
but I'm going to have
( i ((3)) At the request of Governor Millard Caldwell ,-

MARKEL FAN TYPE the Electric: Service and I am serving on a State-wide committee .

Repair Co. check the to "KEEP FLORIDA GREEN" by help-

WALL TYPE HEATERSHALL'S wiring before I move ing people realize the great value of our"
"
t s yers ; in:' trees. '

)

THIS IS MY RECORD. If you want me to continue to.' .

work for more and better parks, go to the polls nexh-. .

ELECTRIC SERVICE & Tuesday and vote for me. Thank you.'t? : :

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REPAIR COMPANY EDWIN A. MENNINGER f t

ELECTRIC SERVICED J. L. "Kilowart"r Taylor A Ass. '
for Member of Stuart Park BoardJ :ii
PHONE SOI DEMON lUlL DING :
POST OFFICE ARCADE .' '.J:.

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PAGE TWENTY rUE STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County; FLUKlDA, THURSDAY, DEC 5, 1946
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MAILING BONDS I HOLLAND TO TALK AT I of the shellfish Industry following

.I MUNICIPAL MEETING I Florida Oyster Industry Boom an extensive outbreak In HAND IAIMTED ADYPIIsN (
Washington, (lAP) After
ascribed -
1924-25 of typhoid fever C C8l
I LYRIC weeks of delay the Army has I .
Miami Beach, started out millions of
terminal mailing leave bonds to former I program tion of the for the Florida annual League conven-of,: Brings Warning by Health UnitFlorida' states 890 cases in five different

THEATRE on I Municipalities to be held here U, S Public Health Service has J
I k By Christmas, War Depart I November 24-26, wa announced oyster industry U ing, packing, an Interstate ship- formulated minimum requirements I.:
(
ment officials said Wednesday. i this week by president E. L Coleof booming, according to David B ment are located under this cooperative 300 O O

PROGRAM FOR it Is expected that the bulk of a st. Petersburg I Lee, chief sanitary engineer,I'I IState Along with the announcementof program; the State regulatory wgYe ..1'f'
current backing of some 4,000.000 I Board of Health There has the increase in oyster production I stmlllar regulations
THIS I I Highlighting the meeting, Cole authorities adopt
WEEK.r.r claims will have been paid. Most been a 100 percent increase in in Florida came the sea- them and Issue 0 P.O. J 1 '
announced, would be an address enforce BOX
I the number of certified oyster 5p .II'
in Treas- II
five-year
aoel payments are : by U. 8., Senator Spessard Hol- sonal warning from the State certificates to those shippers '
bonds but cash is used for plants In Florida over a three- '
ury Board of Health to use caution who tI'sc
FRIDAY SATURDAY I odd land and Hatton V. Sumners, year period with 78 plants In complying with regulations
sums member of congress from Texas in buying and gathering oysters, agree to secure shellfish only 1P1
DEC 6.7 at the
operation beginning of
The Army's decay in mailing I Mr. Lee stressed that buyers from those sources approved by
Clarence E. Ridley of Chicago,
this ,
bonds since the first applications season compared to 35 dur- should look for the State certification /
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE i I state authorities
|director of the International I ,
ing 1943-44, he said. II | COMMERCIAL and
were received in September number on the container The Bureau of Sanitary Engineering AERIA Id.5r
Association, will
FEATURE NO. 1 I |City Manager's I The hub of Florida's oyster I
was laid to a shortage of envelopes such as FLA-10 or MD 190 (Maryland periodically surveys and
.., I meet with the City Manager
r I industry Is Franklin County and I
now ended I PHOTOS
) tests oyster growing areas of
group. Attorney Oeneral J Tom
vicinity. There 40 of the 781
uAlrNM. ''
The Navy disbursing office at When on an outing, do not commercial Import Oyster producing I
I Watson will meet with the city
which
plants are certified by the WILL HELP c
PHOTOGRAPHS YOU
Great Lakes. 111. has been paying for own use ,, Inspected MAKE TH
attorney group, and city audi- Bureau of Sanitary Engineering, 'gather oysters your plants are
Navy veterans right along, and I unless have checked with for sanitary facilities SALE :e
tors, clerks, tax collecting and you monthly
I State Board of Health, for shuckI *
has settled more than 500,000 T assessing officials will be addressed your local county health depart- I:and cleanliness All personnelare PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEE dlh
claims I I I ment with respect to the area certified food handlers,
I by State Auditor Bryani state will be In attendance and II '

I BUILDING! PERMITS i I Willis and Ray E. Dugan, chairman 'Secretary E P Owen of the league being free from pollution, he I TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP ::11IIr..Ir'

Y.1INn 111N C MM"1.11sawaa I II I I of the league's reallocation predicts one of the best attending I Marlneland, Florida, has a .
4MN'I I 1\1"r.twh.." 20',R.10 L.present Willl.m, buUdlnw all.r.'h to' !b.no mud and and aid for cities committee I meetings in the organl- |said.A shellfish sanitation program population of 25 persons, 25,000 I Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Unu D

--- .? "parlm.nh. City officials from all over theMcCLUNG'S rations history, i was set up at the request fish! I ,
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loop' 'i L D. urrhud Conn-Mr hlock"u.l.hnM I I I
tl X 31 fl. it. In .*h .hilink.' --- hlvl'
,. FEATURE No. Z .DI,,'ntv flour. II"...k ptnlllo ....d -
"> n..!Id l.nr*, I -

tOT AOGIIUWTRI06rA .4 There is no drug cure for Tuberculosis 'I DOLLARS '" -..... & \ m PATRONIZE A

only rest and proper ( HOME FIRMSOFFERING A
'I
2.
nuliltion 'BUY CHRISTMAS SPENT IN '

a vE' SEALS. I MARTIN
I MARTIN COUNTY YOU 1

The National Tuberculosis Association I
nwol "ru.r DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES
-- puts the number of ,I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS

CARTOON i people with active Tuberculosisat 1
500000. Half of them do not
"LOOSE NUTS"
know they are III BUY CHRISTMAS I
i I

SERIAL SEALS -- I i YOUR VARIETY HOME ITORE OWNeD PITCHFORD'SCAMP EXPERT Quinn's Store Lunch Stuart 1 1Ph
Herby's I
CHAPTER NO 6 ...
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"SECRET AGENT X9SATURDAY I I II Meats, GroceriesAnd Home Cooked i Service Statio
I Frozen Foods Tempting

lEeCP' IBR41.dS61IPP 5c TO $1.00 STORE FOR RENT PRODUCE, DRUGS Meals.BREAKFAST. GULF PRODUCTS

Cottages and Boats NOVELTIES: GIFTS LUNCH TIRE REPAIRAND
KIDS "The Dime Store On WHOLESALE and RETAIL Phone 110-J LENDING LIBRARY & DINNEROpen I

DECEMBER 7 The Corner"OSCAR Seafood We Pick Up And Deliver Jensen Beach Every Day From I Quick Road Service

CHILDREN'SMORNING F. JOHNSON, Own., Bait For Sale STUART RECAP SERVICE 6:00: a. m to 9 p. m.
Stuart N.w. Paper For S.I.
MATINEE J, R. POMEROY: Ir.AI W G. REIN M ,
,
,
BENNETT B. McLAUGHLIN
fIi
JENSEN BEACH PHONE 9131.J Sunday, 7a.no.to2p.m ACROSS tRaM II1UART
DOORS OPEN 9:45 A, M YOU WILL ENJOY M"nu.rHOME Mr R..ldo.. IIS Hnlptluku
I AT COUNTY BRIDGE st II...., AddU,
L. -
SHOW STARTS 10 A. M. r

ANNE SHIRLEYIn I I
Anne ShirleyIn BUILDING FRANK HALEROOFING I BE MORECLAMUKUUS
See ROYALPALMPARTS I GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION Lance Brothers I
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NEW GLORY
Eu.lo'1"r.n.I.'. r
HIGBEE & for RestaurantGOOD
of all kinds and FOR DULL

"Anne of "Anne of WORTHAMGeneral Roof RepairingGeneral ANDELECTRIC Pleasant Atmosphere FOOD LIFELESSLittle HAIR 7"1 Ci

Windy Poplars"CARTOON Contracting Delivery Stuart Friendly Service I
and Repairs -SALES 404 Colorado Ave., SERVICE !, MILE NORTH OF STUART i I

.1 Windy Poplars': P. O. Box: : 832 SERVICE Phone 9141 and Leave Closed all day every i N
PHONE 9124 Message STUART PHONE II' Ii I Beauty Shop
Phone 144-R KRUEGER BLDG."BEAUTY" Monday !
Writ. P, O Bo. HI IIO S. AKRON AVE PHONE
"PLENTY OF MUTTON" IiI

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SUNDAY MONDAY SUNRAYJALOUSIES Stuart Sunoco I BATEMANCONSTRUCTION

DEC 8 9aka Uncle Billy
A JOY FOREVER sez. "Service Station" I CO.

I w. ;"&.) (Copyright( !*<' by Arnui,n. .K..'u,-. Syn.li .u. Hrproduolion po.lllv.ly' I MARINE: CONTRACTOR .
BEAUTY, COMFORT AND I. .. unrd, SUNOCO PRODUCTS I ROAD AND
ADD
I VAl ur: TO YOUR HOME OR Spoleb.. GAS, OIL LUBRICATIONTIRE : )
MORNING II BUS;NESS 3Y INSTALLING : Our Statesmen hav'so much to

I SUNRAY SHUTTERS InFaNI _.. learn-and, brother, I do mean REPAIR, WASHING LAND CLEARING
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I L:.f:MATES SUBMITTED \ MUCH-they seem to think we've PROMPT ROAD SERVICE GRADING
A MATINEE t/r coin to burn, b'gosh It do beat
'
,pifl SunrAY Shutter VICTORY =" P.rl. of All Kind.
noPdd l J th' Dutch! So, Uncle Sam, kind ESTIMATES *l BMITTEDP.
Products SALON R. H and C. 1.. ZARNITS, 0......
BEAUTY ____ R soul that he Is, goes on a-loanln' Plion t34 Huhw.x" No. I O Bo IJ3 F.....1! Hi.w., (
w. c. 'RMCR P O. DO" .4S PHONE IDS J his
SATURDAY, DEC. 7 / means to help his friends i
(?) rebuild the'r biz, while we l

1 dig down In our jeans! ,
fIT G Drr
DOORS OPEN 9:45 A, M.
r5 :
Web Ordway r Yes, we go ahead and fall fer Docks Auto Camp
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P&MBitER ,
to the'r guff-we give 'em our
SHOW STARTS 10 A. M. MotorsAUTHORIZED a/ shirts and pants-we tell 'em Seawalls j Stuart

WINES, CIGARS, our secrets and show all our
DEALER FOR stuff, then ship 'em th' fer
Also CIGARETTES, NEWS PAPERS parts Boat HousesAll
FORD the'r plants! You will rememberwe Modern Cottages

Sealtest Ice Cream once sunk our tleet-a-tryln' Types Of Marine And Trailer Court

CARTOON CARTOON"PLENTY SALES AND SERVICE 1 to play top role-THEN, when ConstructionIvan ( D4Y. WEEK 01
-"S
DAY AND NITF 'The Place Where cur enemies turned on th' HEAT, <
"BARGAIN
COUNTER CONvtl'oIENCUBLAIR
ALL
ATTACK" WRECKER SERVICEBODY oh, MAN, wer' we In a hole! Taylorp

OF MUTTON" REPAIRS Friends Meet" e Already we've carried this O. Box: : 474 and BAKER

LATEST FOX NEWS PHONE 9142 OSCEOLA AVE. loanln' too far-we really hav' PHONE 104-J I Old DI.I. HI.W. P1"I till'

1 nothln' to lend-why, thousands i
/ of boys, who fought in th' war, hav'nt a home to defend! They t

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Regular Prices can't buy a shirt, nor a common store-suit-nor a beef-steak

DEC. 10. 11 tha's flttln1 to eat-they can't buy a car 'less they pay some to Taxi

Sh.'e pot o rI,, SAVEMoney SULLIVAN'SFEED boot; Just temptln' th' honest to CHEAT! Jensen Hdwe.SURE I Stuart

on (lnpr,,, Wher' ar' we goln', If goln' tall? We're surely not gettln' ahead!
By Taking ,
H.y poi o no,. I STOREALL HIGH PRICES this spring; still higher THIS FALL-th' common I SERVICE
'round ha LyricTheatre A Year's SubscriptionAt man's now seeln' RED! Ar' we work for US, or folks 'cross th'I
n.rkl I l
[IJ 4 I $3,00 or Two FERTILIZER KINDS. INSECTICIDESAND OF FEED sea? Its time that somethln was DONE fer this be'n't th' land TRY THEM THEY I Prompt Depend561e'
t we use to call FREE-If it Is, I'm a son-of-a-gun! ARE MORE THAN
Years at $5,00 sea? It's time that somethin' wes DONE, fer this be'n't th' land I Courteous

Farm Equipment we use to call FREE-If it is, Im a son-of-a-gon! APT TO HAVE IT. '
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NewsWHEN 164 PHONE FLACLER III AVE. f.L {9 Jensen BeachBuy ; i PHONE

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f f"HU1TO1 THURSDAY I VOU'Rr: THINKING OF Ide Sport Ii FILING CABINETS CENTRAL; MARKET The Best JOHNSCLEANERS

DECEMBER 12 I CONCRETE -1 Ii ART METAL I "Where Economy Rules" GENERALELECTRIC
2nd and Akron
TWO LARGE FEATURES Shop
J a.rl BLOCKSAND LEGAL SIZE Shop at "Your Market"For OilY
FEATURE NO. 1 I AGENTS fOR ITUART'S LEADING
c .1 "
I "WIwn"Sporting( $66.85Get Appliances CLEANERS SINCE "
Meat Produce and Kitchen
----, .IJ. Laundry, CLEANING
"" CONCRETE ITEMSSEE Goods Groceries Cabinets and all small DRY
"Em" While They
1 :!1i.pl. S I /ICY::HIREFOR I Last Courteous Service I appliances. Radios EXCLUSIVELY

1 r.nN, NO''Oj 10m I I. L. DECKERDIXIE 1 G) Headquarter : Stuart Daily New Conveniently Located I I i MARTIN COUNTY PHONE 58

III.WAV-PHONE IT.W I For Fishermen Phones 30O 301 Joe Brooks : ELECTRIC FLAGLER AVE.

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FEATURE NO. 2 .

CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT ':I IDEAL : -SMITHSPost r LET US r rI COMPLETEElectric and ----1' I CONCRETE Immediate BLOCKS I IAvailable i

I ;qFyJ41 Give Your Car or Truck tion SERVICE Delivery I
'''I ,r TAXISERVICE I I A Complete Check UpEXPERIENCED I 8x8xl6reg.8x8xl6de..
Excellent Food f"i : No Job Too Large Or I .
: :
rNa SIA .
( l I ATTENDANTS Too Small
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nuly4iMwoeiNOVELTY HOME MADE PIES ..d : I AND MECHANICS I 8x8a16part.
MARCH OF TIME SODA I 1'.... .1 All Kind. HOBE SOUND 8x8xl6reg.
+' PRESENTS"THE DELIGHTFUL SALADS I I OPEN 14 HOURS DAILY I STEEL
Phone 9154 /w.W. ELECTRIC CO. REINFORCING
UNDER DIRECTION OF
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SOVIETS l Standard Oil Co. I RINKER, INC.
GRADUATE DIETITIANL Day Phone
I NEIGHBORS"FOX I' The Friendly SpotIN I SUPER SERVICE STATION Hobe Sound 3271 Phone 748

C. CLEMENTSFEDERAL Parties of 5 to Stuart I RALPH P. CHANDLER, Owntr Nile Phone 314 S. 3rd St
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NEWS "POTTERY POET HI.WAY Post Office Arcade I Dl>l. HI.W.r Fort
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J Bathing Beach $2 B. Eo SMITH. Owiur 185-J -
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Sn'ART.artiD: County FLORIDA TRCRSDAV. DEC. 5, 1946
FLOE 2191RS. :

ADYE0.11SIH [OCTAL NEWS and TRACY MARTIV. Society Editor

Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART f r.s items office fur lib before paper noon roust onVeJne reach the.d y neir.p*i>*t I


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Brooks Sfrs I
fODIST Margaret
Carson,.
(rtj: MEETS Mra. H. C Moore' Mrs J J Rich.ard. CATHOLICS StRtE[ E. S Well, new owner of Mr and Mrs Lloyd C Travis Linda Ann OlUon spent theThanksgiving
DINNER
H Methodist! W.S.C.S.. circle ., Mrs. Herbert Grace ,
Apartment
Sudoff.
WAy \, Mrs The formerly entertained at Thanksgivingdinner vacation on the
'ftsdaafternoon'\ at thee H D. B. S\\'lnalehurit Mrs Ernest t: ponsored Thank by st* tving dinner Greyhound Lodge U getting his at their home on Riversde North Fork with her grandparent Highest Cash For Your CarWON'T
W. R. Leach onilly Wells. Mrs Joseph' Cathy apartment!
Mr> Cella and
M. rooms for
ready
Atwood / Drive, .
f ode church St. Lucie Estates Mr. and Mr* Clair OilonMr
Ke Nov
Sp Point with Mrs 0, F.r Airs j. y. Harper. Mrs. ChtrJei :28! WM a gala occupancy, he has one efficiency _
I Their
affair Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs C TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
Mrs. Fischer. Mrs was served at the and
en-hostess. A. C. three
.< u Walter Kltchlng. Civic Center keeping room ready Otto O. Hupfel. Mr. and Mr*. and Mr*. Harry Zemm.i
Miss to 330
inducted. the shortless Syrena B. Totten. people and now; other apartment are in the O. P. A. limit for which
Dr.
!Cp AS- 13'70'as added to Richard O. Hupf l. and Mr. and spent a week of their honeymoonnt can pay you your cat
butt the
church
hforton the
session and the Rev., Mrs. A. C. Courson., building! fund Father T. J. Oeary shortly process, of being completed Mrs James Fyfe. all of Stuart. the Stuart Hotel_! i ia as much at you can get anywhere and

,t group completed a study and Mrs W o extends thanks to each I I e ._ C STAY WITHIN THE LAW
directed by Mrs. J, J. Aldrldge. person i iMiJi 1 Mr. and Mr*. B. Fairfax ar-
dla II ho I
RIALw helped make the a' Mr. and Mr Arch Duncan of"ounitsto'n.
jrd Mrs Herbert Sudhoff lucceu.CARDEX. evening Ida Albracht entertained \ Ohio called on Mr. 1 rl\ed Nov. 12 from hawn'eN1DtlR"'ore. SUNRISE MOTOR CO. i
'SllenNight", and mem- LPISCOPALWOMEN with Thanksgiving dinner at Fa. and are making
loined in singing Christ- : :MEET her home Thursday. Quest Included i i and Mrs. Charles Dlckerhoff onther their home In St. LucIe Estates 311-25 South Dixie
CLl'BtUMRD I way down to Lake Worth
Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Conrad AI- for the winter.MARTIN .
carol A. Fort Pierce, FU. Telephone 190
' THA Tunley was ( :MEETS bracht. Mr. where they will I spend the winter
and Mrs. I
hostess Roman J.
ie: lIueBt'ere invited Into Monday afternoon to St The Executive Board of the Irwin I I I .
Mr.
and Mrs. E. Svllokos. : COl'XTY HOSPITAL:
Mary's
jlnini: room where Mrsh chapter of the Woman's1.1I"ll1al S.uart Garden Club will meet Miss Julia Mr. and Mr. Huber Speedy
\ / Tole and Mr. and Mrs
- NTEE10P ant! Mrs Barber, assisted )' of the Episcopal: church tomorrow at 11 a m. at the homeof Stanley Kltchlng. I entertained Thanksgiving Birth Mr and Mr*. John Folerman. -
t'lra
at her
'.111 3 s Taylor) and Mrs. H. home en Seminole Ave Mr W. R Leach on Sewall dinner at apartment in therrance dul1htt'r.nl1 Elizabeth
;;iayei) served refreshments Plaiis were made for winter activities ,'Point Mra. J. Y. Harper and Mrs. I Mr. and Mr*. O.V.. Conrad Mr and Mrs Joe Green- Dec 1 ; Mr. and Mr Joseph
Ara Mamie Symonette>, MrsDeck.1 : Present were the Rev. R Charles Fischer art co-hostesse and on. Carter moved SaturdayInto Ices of Tropical Farm Ranger: daughter. Alien Ranger Sixty Smiles An Hour Service
n Unit Mrs. F. M. Kramer M I Fenton. Mr and Mrs. J. C. with Mrs Leach A covered dish \ their new home "Pine- e _- 'i I Dec 2. patient t discharged I Mrs
Man J Ames. Mrs. C. W Hancock.: Mrs Bernard Fairfax lI'ncheon11I be served at 12:30.: crest" on St. Lulce blvd. Mr Frank Zemlna who recently Anna Jonc Stuart I : patient nd- I'rom The Atomic Trio
terror Mrs Llnna M Mrs George McBride, Mrs. Wil- The regular Monday meeting I ,- purchased a home on r-.l"cd: and discharged. Mrs! KENNY, JACK AND JESS
.
Ham 0 Lit. Mrs Richard cf the Garden Club will be held I Fern street was a guest at the F.i:ph Daniels. Sebastian; Fn1S'.affiiroi
Knapp Miss Matilda Fenton. Wednesday with clubs Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lowery Stuart Hotel the week of Nov : Stuart: Wairen Peter WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR PURCHASES FROM s
ANNOUNCEMENT ) of District I
....... ,irdltl end health ffartnvnti.nil Mrs John Hilton: and Mrs ,6 convening here.:1IUIIODISTS Jr.nfhome moved last Cardinal week to their 24. She is from Pawson Park .Tupttor: : : ILwct1 11 \Its: Esto'.oKlino : :; THIS STORE YOU SAVE THE PROVERBIAL
on Way. St
./ drained red m.d. lor you I hobel Ferry Branfnrd. Conn ,'upr.oi1.: : "PRETTY PENNY"
ttlli I Lucle Estates -
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tree' figure diagnosis calls Mr and\ Mrs L -'o\.5 Cor.ant: of :HIVE R\ZA\R TO Mrs. ....1'CA J L.I.", Atomic Trio Grains of Wisdom:
W.
D. M Quade'
Fort M>es: were daughter -
s, C Knowles. Phone Stuart "I Mr and MrArthur:Sunda: H (guests' The Methodist church will Mr. Edward Hardy, of New TO THE GRIPERS : Be thankful that you are living I ITO
3-W. pi' k.i sponsor a Christmas bazaar Haven Conn spent a week recently ALL WHO ARE PLANNING TO SHIP FRUITt

-- -- -- -- --- ---- Saturday. Dec. 7, at the Stuart at the Stuart Hotel. We have bushel baskets, half bushel basket,
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- --- Hardware Company from 10a -C-- FOR RENT I cap, pad, fringe!! and liner,

- I m -until sold out Home Mr. and MM. H. W St John 01 SPECIAL THIS WEEK END ONLY :
SEE THE NEW baked goods fancy and practical Greenville 8. C. arrived 8undn> 50-50 Scratch per hundred pound 4,95

' gifts and plants will be sold. to reopen their home at Sunrise Plentyof garden plants this week end :

Richardson Sedan CruiserON I Inn. Port Sewall. They have been CABBAGE. PEPPER. TOMATO BROCCOLI
\'oLrsTEERs NEEDED!: spending their winter here for Riverdale ApartmentsNEWLY SEED POTATOES AND PLENTY OF GARDEN AND

atioIUCTS Volunteer are needed to complete more than a quarter of a centuryMr. FLOWER SEEDS. HOW BEAUTIFUL IS THE
DISPLAY AT I sewing In the Red Cross FLOWER ? THAT IS UP TO THOSE WHO PLANTIT

$ I I work rooms. The present quota and Mr. Marvin H. Howell AND USE THE NECESSARY ITEMS FROM THE
\/R/ is 300 children's skirts. Although enterUaned at a beautifully STUART FEED STORE.
STUART MARINE SERVICEPhcne I '''''eralwon1en are giving .t'\'erall appointed Thanksgiving din- REDECORATED ALL ELECTRIC. l1t'mb..rtAt.tin! County Chamber of Commerceand

[ 33 Stuart Florida : hours a week more are urgently : ner Thursday evening at their
en'iceMi" ,
Box
96 I needed The sewing rooms are' home on Osceola blvd. Guests Stuart Retail Merchant Association
Available For Season
open Monday.) Thursday and Friday were Sheriff and Mrs. O. M.
T ri of each week from 9 a. m. to Hancock and Sen. and Mrs
5pm Evans Crary. i

mating new transportation RED CROSS DIRECTORS Jack Coleman- -R.. W., Hartman 83 Cleveland Ave. -

:MEET FRIDAY NIGHT sr. and AI Shrigley( went to
THE Miami Monday remaining OVer-
The Directors of the Martin I night to attend the Miami Sea-
County Red Cross chapter will hawk profeslsonal football KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210
meet .it the office In the Dehon game.

building at 8 p. m. tomorrow.The ----.- -

chapter work program for .... ... .
1647 will be discussed and set up -...
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MOTOR .
for the new year. ..


'' Makes Dike ( HOME NTRSING CLASSES I.\ Ion,n un s n !

pop ,r>1f' your a PLANNED FOR FEBRUARY The 19-47 .. s

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Miss Myrtle Phlpps nursing
field representative of the Red

I I 11,1 Cross area office at Atlanta, is IMSERSPECIAL j
p .r Here's dependable, doorm; door now in Martin county organizing
N t t t tranipartation for even me. A / a schedule for classes home
1 'u new Whiurr motor (ieaul, ; in-
nursing. She reported today that
tailed) on tn; balloon-tired bike) j
CU.ON. .
will perry you wherever >i.u want t t the second week in February has
l to gi Whiner a> precmon- j| been tentatively set for the program -
T' 1 engineered, ,trouble-free! US/ milei here.
or more gallon'' 5 to 35 miles
n per hour'' Powerful?-Yet indeedtakes
'iC the hillt eauly! Open up i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. KImbrell
new avenue of adventure with of Charlotte, N. C., spent the
your WhuuerlSEE weekend at the Pelican hotel I

.D They were dinner guests Sunday

.qaI [ IT NOW! BUY IT TODAY AT night of Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Smith at their home on Riverside
Drive. Mr. Klmbrell comesto IfAIIEa ecaATEa

IDEAL SPORT SHOP ing.Stuart each year for the fish



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The KAISER SPECIAL and the FRAZER


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FLEET

Ie Cars Will Be On Display Next Week.

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Including these Again thi. winter. Florida': lineal l fleet el through huln.
will .p. d ever the mod.m, deubl.-traek Florida Sad C oet
FAMOUS TRAINS Railway making the East Ceait ol Florida the moil acc...

from the EAST lible ol all reiorl r.gion..

I Flondi, Special SIX line through .train daily !horn N.w York Wa.hington .-" PRODUCT OP I '
Tht Mitmiin'
ChimpionVacationer' and the Eait. TWO through train daily hem Chicago aDd ORAHAMPAISIHAYES
Ihe Mid-Wnl, will letve the Florida Sad Coail beginning
Hivani Sptcitl' December 12th. un men

.trflidei Thi. lin. fleet ol wlnt.r train Including leek. low-lar. ;, u4

from MID-WEST ,treamlmer and (amen. all-Pullmaa ariilocrat. will bring
: Duii Fltgltr 1 thouiand 01 viiitori to communitie. on the East Coait el
City: el Miami 1 Florida each week.
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South Wind,
Dmelind For better. .rvice.. recommend Florida' only doubl.-Itack
Sunchittr, roul..
Elands Arrow
n Open '. ...ty Ihiid day For information and retervatio telephone 25

MOTOR CO. c '

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A Florida Industry and Institution
334 DIXIE HIGHWAY
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{ IIIMMIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM'IIMII', ,|||MIIMIlt| || >M''IHI"t' .........'Mil!i iiimiiimiiiiimimimmiimmmiimi--| reference to politic. Dewey paid, LEGAL" NOTICE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT County,-Pisoldo %

I FOR SALE MALE HELP WANTEDMMIIMMIIiltlHtlltn tribute to Florida enterprise and I NOTICE OP INTENTION- TO- REGISTER U.... : ;I.1,1d. ,:
.. :'
| || |, ,inn'u, i Too Late lo FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR n.m.. 'v''< t
: :'JhhuhhhhhhhhhhIhhhhhhhIIlhhhhhhIhhlhhhhIlhhl, : I GOOD JOBS FOR FORMER ARMY. hospitality and expressed hisratification I I NOTICE IH HFHCBY GIVEN boO th. DEED TA ) (

FOR SALE : Itrome proper). ol>po.1I* NAVY MARI'IIE AND COAST CUARC of the opportunity, under th* provlilona of gen.te Bill( Nc U81) Is.' 5. h J'11 I lATt CA$'
J ('h.h"lm., ( on Hlahwny throu'h to notompletely SPECIALISTS ': und..I.no of Florida. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN ThaCurtl. .) I Ii
P'hpido ;
I Lo. '
! OIo. ... lIoth Bulldl" furnlth Job Moi Grade. CLASSIFY o looK in on the gathering IInly of Ill"!. wilt ... with th* A.t E Oillllngworth( holder of Tn .Id ,,0 ,, ;,l OIIS t(
l rtf i] .00,4 Lo'.., oIJtg, ( ...( four bed. Cook (16(It'' 5. 4 for moment. Some of th* ( Cou.In and for CI.r Cert If .. No. 171. Issued Oho Pint daof buleo, ,. ,", f." 1' I
you Clrol
.000. .nd too bitt. Eleclilcally, ( : Pharmacl.t 14* 4. SPhottgrapher a upon receipt of proof July A. O I I O. bai filed .me I In T I, i \IIEI' .
."''vp.d. CIt y..o.r II sum.b).. Avpll I !oJ 6.4 I By RtSSELL KAY will probably be surprised." he, of publication of thIs nolle. tho fictitIous my. offlideed sod h.. m.d. syplitstlon fopS NO' I. D., I I. J

:: CH331F1ED 00ttIOtI p-.st., .. Imm.dl., ( p......'. I, Tran.lator 26 t>. 4. 3 iiiiimiiiiiminiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiij"TOO n.m.. lO.wIO to b* li.ued thrreon Sold -L -
that .
note although a
11" r.. U. II. On 100. SCO 'J< 41 said "to STUART HOTEL ..lfl..t. .mbncrlbed ... tho follomise 4... ."_\ '
Lla.on( Pilot "2 6, 4. SPo.tal LATE TO CLASSIFY" Republican do not have horns."I under which w. will engage In bu.lne., property 1ft the County of A.rUn. NOTICE I.r''MI
('(IN SALE Is''. fi. (Inb.d-It Inch Clerk (USB( f,. 4 Russell having) our principal place of b..In... InS Slat of Florida( to-wlt 0 or
b,'am-twin <)'lInd.(( .. Onan motor ollh and many other .kill.. Qualified Atop. By Kay Both he and his charming wife- u.rt M.rtln County. Florida. Tbat Root Quarter (IKIol l of SW'. of1gRt... OWNERS OFAGE WA H

101,5Dult( April( 1146 C.ns. Cover. Navy Marine 01 C...' O..rd.n.. Climaxing a year of brilliant made a most favorable impression the pertlee Inlerr.ted In ..Id bo.lo..ss. SectIon 87, Town.hlp(. 40 South, Rang DISTRICT
.
tfI ..h. h.ld sep ..f .om. 400 occupational I CLIFFORD D MrQUADh., LILLIAN A. 41 Ha.t comprlalng .c....
J .....1.111.. fo, 6 mon.h. or rnt'. got leadership Edwin A. Mennlngtr.I on the editorial group whichI I VcUUAl' .nd FLOSS M. KRAMER of Th* ...*..m.n& of th I aaid( properlndrr In Tbo Cirui C.,"," ;,' .h.

J iMimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiii'.miiii: I n'R SALE" ;; : Three rum cu.tom built' 110'. ,,,11.1 Hi. the ,,.'o' Regular Army )publisher of the Stuart News and reflect Itself In a lot of I Stuart rlorlda. Tb. no oth.r per- th* .Id cartlflcata l.aued won In .1.1 I l It ''ottd I., NI, 0
huio trailer. new priced( right for, otsO,od. depending upon the length I should .oo.ot.r..dlo.ldbu.i0.. ... the Osmo of C. 12. Chillngmorth.UnI..Id ( Florid.. In Ch.o0., M", -
APARTMENTS FOR RENT "oook' ( .. .. H. L Miller( Old Dixie Illgha ( of your pr.ol oo.spropo lio.t .",.eI.lt* president of the Florida Press Association goodwill should the Governorshat I CLIFFORD D McQUADE I poctIfIrol.: shill: h. p..1 ("0 ION e

'. ttiottu.ut 0 body Shop. ..,vlc.( New high A.. .'Ol'V and theipportunltle. I A. MeQUADE d..o.d seropdlor to I... tho prop.ptydoOpibid I
iiimmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiATLANTIC,, $ ,, ; ftr ad.anremenl, make: staged an annual contention be tossed in the ring later on. I LLLIA. KRAMER. th.reln will 1 br sold to th. IN RE1' :lNlllANI,5, I
'I
I"OH SALEl. Callle outboard. ........ in Miami t'LOIII I AGE Iis'IRI 01(01( IN. :
--------- motor on I .n Army tooreitUirIISeouIho'otr I that will linger V... 11, 1 1540, blghe.t bidder at th* court bout door ( ,
Mennlnger
> lnder. V.t r (Ih.. ....u.nt conrtl., bet'". S, 'jl'i i In, and find 00'' I Vying with President \ on th. fIrst Monday. In tb* month ...IIANUARY.
l"I.,n, 550. Call III.J. IIMTtFL I I the Medal, untie t "''I.. "lll ,*renc. uider long in the memory of those who to make this the greatest i"0VE0TIShMLN1It I"'. whIch Ih. SIXTH NolIc. I. I h. ,

...' thi. lit." WU 11,100, ( ....ul.. attended, THIS CIRCUIT CR( T. IN AND 45y. oC ANUARY. 1547. 1 8..t.n iso II I I 1 ''I "I
.. l .: ,;-ii; SALE, *unn (,...t MI. I.url. RI'( ..r ,I i..t "1.,1)' .o' thr I' o A. ."> R'Plult. convention ever. George R. Kilty,. FOR MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDAIN this Fifth doy of mp.U.. '" 1 I. .., ."
I'.nt.... U.M frunt fo..t. I'. 0 I, ., : Not content to permit this to n.to D..mbe. h.ld In I.nd.
.h.
\ ''' ha 1< .110" ; (li.0l''' I ''n''' u H 111 who managed local arrangements CHAXCERVrIOKlUA 101. e" I .
IIn, .(O w.t I'aim 1I.rh Flu be Court Seal") C.urt H.u.. r
,
,, LJ I'',... :; 12.t'ii ,1,1111..'.'." ..".It..I'""""."Illlllll, $!I "Just another" meeting. Men- held up his end by seeingto l > h., K.hu.band MENSES and, joined) ( X.. m 1 1 ringer scoured the nation for 1 ftul Clerk of Circuit Court of POlIl0., "C ,
trf 5ir a ;; NAU Hwt 11'. I.t. i' H-r: : ANNOUNCEMENTI It that everyone was taken I frrnl. I. T RIMBIRTPlaintiff.. lorlda. Martin County. .u.r'l.ol" ,',," I. 'lmt4j0

;J 1M! n ., io.o0 d B not". Mo'o,. Jo.k.on',; '11I111'' I headline authorities on subject of in spite of the crowded .,I Ivi r By I DOROTHY PIERCE D. c. .r. ..C th.. 1".1" u.
n m t 0 ....... .. care I ,. I
J'm j I.. .t yard J.n..n It B. .o-d( .nd h..llh .nn.nt.,. of particular Interest to publishers > Der. a. 12 0 and 16 III*. h.m. .t I.. 01.,1., .
f FRANCES LANG A Widow I Itt I ll ''I "
Individually de.lgned( and made for you I condition of hotels and in pro- ; :
C..nt ,
i u, m r i }l1 11i VVHEELBAKHOW8rlullt C"m"I..ly( ( by Splrella( and presented outstanding al 1. I> Mortn In.U. ,., "," '.,.1.

_ -- ( .nd "st'.Ittt'd, Yours choir.( Ill. her free figure diagnosis rail I I speakers riding an entertainment program Defendant LEGAL ADVFR1ISEMCN' 0'"nl..d h.fl ,.I,"" I'' "" '" 0"1, '
NOTICE TO APPEAR "
.-- ,., ( minuteof "h,
Mennlnnr uttd.y.tt.t-ttt''n. that
on occupied
';: : :Mrs T. C Knots !.'.. Phone Stuart every OOPHfflOCooOS. .,,
I'1 0.0. 0. 12. I Never in the history of the organization THE STATE Or FtORlUA TO! ORA V. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL 1'48 'Io.d.h.
the time that the editors were I KLfcER AND B W. KLEFR. her bua LAND 004.: 1, .
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FOR: RENT. rPlSt nil .'(,"'IO-( f.I"" 3U'I : has such a galaxy of rot in actual business sessions land re.ld.nt. of Condon ,..k.. N H. INfcW MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA (ions ..01 ,,, J I'/.Ih vlli./ I_

COtRTAPARTMENTS l.ucle( h't.( t tir uh" ,'I..(, .nd I ...... top-flight speakers been presented AI.IANV. I (AIA. AND TOALL D..mhr o, I<46. IIt.'Po.d on. nm'I, ''0 (hi k.t."
I .. Uoati .lId. I o.ld. llo".t, I (..hlo,"II IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllREWARD I Realizing that many of the nJv'I.CBASTUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN; th.t. pur : .... I" ; "
'..... '11 >our do,. In. .,"", t'.t, 1<......11"I. I on a single convention pro- CRFDITOKH OTHIRp.KTIU .u.nt to 5.0110 ( r. d.."' ; I", ",b 55480,1G.
UII.
| l.,.". 151.J. I and folks were visiting Miami for the 1 CLAIMING BY, 1.., of Florida. 1141. 16&...
STUART FLORIDA gram to It off ad '
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hIJIiihllIhlhillillllItlllIlllllhIhIPiIilit'iil' '" LMFR OR ACAIN4T W. H LANG, lion) Chapter 14717 L... of blond. R .
had been there 1
first time. or not 'lb
) WHEN AVAILABLE RFEINORCED CONCRETE ,1(100( REPAID roo r III/rmotl"n I 1.,1-I II light the closing session came PHr.ASEO. AND TO AIL ,.FIONS Act 111 I. .. amended by Section II, lon E..t.O" n, I"" i. <""I, "
C.aipl.tely Fiirnlnbed HouirkplDH .. for George. with the. ('H CORPORATIONS ., I066H Law. "
It I I(IC to Ih,.o < und c nvirtlon of the unannounced and many years. of Florida. A.t oC
t If. A 5' white concrete floor base bathtubs ,.sttthotot.' ,1 I.. ,I.-.o. I p.lm .,.. unexpected 'cooperation of local news folks CI.AIMING ANY INTFRbST IN THKH.LOWING ;I 1141, th* following de.crlbrd I In
W. T'FACETTELEPHONE! 4 'lo fe, : h..h.. f".m W ..t .Id. "f presentation of Governor Tom UtSCHIBtU LANDS TO MARTIN County Florida towltl

I 'I Hater filter to clean rusty .dal, III"hu .. ,,o-l, II..opt h .1.fII. r I Dewey who arl\ed C!ty and Chamber of Commerce WIT port), ,, ,
t in Miami by Eait I f el. S Inch, of Lot I Tha following Lots I ,
I and
1SJ '
U.. .. 0I'P'l it..uoo,.II I Yo' Cu hb... Th Itlock. In 8T 1.0: '. ,
water. Hater tank for soft water. .. officials arranged a tour of the I 2- all of LoU it and 11 of Block LOUIS SUBDIVISION R..lo"( 0. 1.1 ". I oi''
I '. I plane to attend the od aa In I'B ""
I I' D 11" 11 itt I 0'" t 1'0.2' Gonrnor'sconference I t'ALL .. "4
!! ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII'tlllllHIIIIIimilllllllFOR I Septic tanks bteppinc stones Greater Miami area ,"f It.mon'( i Hubdivl.lon of part 11. Pag B Co., Section I Town I 1.
and reached the International of 0. Loll t and I In ( .hip a South Rang 40 ..
.
The three day affair closed I I All I" 41 ,' ,
SALEiiiimmiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiii Storm and leak-proof construction lon 4 Town.hfp III Koutb Hani ; P'
Airport at the .. '
moment with a visit to the International 41 E.t. In th* City of Stu.rt Martin Lota 1 to I Inc. I .nd a, Block I .hln,, I L'tloooit' liithot ,
.
CHURCH the editorial group were County. rloridiVon 1.01 I to 1 Inc. (I... r.nall. liloc n.
I there Airport where the group were I and .ach of ,.o ir* hereby null ; Lt. I to It 40 and 41 to 64 Inc.
NO CEMENT: BLOCKSennesheimer as guests of the Eastern f I.dth.O..oit boo brn brought .In.t Lot. I to 11, 14 II,. b": i i I ,
1ok SAI r. II".' '.th A J."n "'""" given an to I to 11. 'I' 5"
opportunity inspectthe 1. ...
heap G,,, A G,)>.o", 110. a 2. Airlines O0IIloO, Circuit Court i In and for Martin II to IS. ID and IT t SI .. : w.lu". .bU.h I d',1 .

"fl',. I I,., 3 U J. \\ Port Sew all I DIRECTORY Accompanied by Mra Dewey maintenance shops of the I County K. Rembert Florida,joined(In Chancery by her 1.hui brlurlda ,. and 14.l5I4t015.SI.lItolSIS.,4 I to It In*. Block 4 1 Lot. I 1. "

Kf:Al. .;$TAn: r. .r Sale "m.11 I buna. I ond his executive secretary. Mr. Eastern Airlines where all planes I band and nut friend I I. T. Rembcrt, I Itb' In tl. 17 to It Inc. 51. II. IS, U..ln. I 0' .
I.,_ on t"o .'r mo,. '0"" H.terfrontI P. O Stuart FIRST BAPTIST I perated t by the system are serviced .". .milled. ..... for tb* purP and II. Block a, loIn I to 1. I.., a' .. 8 '"d J ,I.., Ie.
.. Lockwood the distinguished "" removing cloudi and th. .nd 12 II to Inc I Rooo. a. 0.: It
("I. ''n Inl.'t. Ch.lI. S.ln.RH IIS Akron Avenue quie In. 1 lit. and 1) I Ida In.,,
tC. Nov. 28 Dec 5. 12 19 REV. .'JlILlAX" I.LI.: Po.toe party met a rousing reception. I I till of th* PI.lnt'f' rlorlda K. Hem I* Inc" Block LoU I t 17 Ino. tha' Lost Ihel ,I I" ', ", I. ."..F
Sunday. Newspaper editors who attended b. r'. to sod, acb of you ar* Block 7: .11 III.ck t and t and ,' 30th. "
;SAL>: : Cuw pont' trained whit I 0-55 .. at.. funda .,-bool. Scrambling to their feet. the b, robe, ordered to f.l..I Wltb th* Cler I to 10 Inc. I. II to 14 Inc L.. ROoodo i ..I.1 .
nnU biuwn ...n, handled H. R. FOR MALE : Too double bedi and lev. 10141. a'. m. M"rn,,. .o..blp. newspaper folks I the convention will return I uf laid' Court at th* County Court 54.... Hlock 1, Lot. 1 to 14 Ine, Block : Int..o" .I:
it .fffi.. Bu 41 M .be Hound U a.oo. .tsl odd chain Toe. birakfaat .*t.. silo p m B T ukvenlng' greeted them home with broadened vision and Stuirt. Horid.. your written appeerancIff Lot. I II I".. li to 14 Inc.It tot I.. o. tl0th,50
D" /.. T.o u..d electric I Ion... for .. cheap.-. 7 :I0 p.: :. ;' W..hl with prolonged applause and the tonally or b attorney, I In sold lul Inc. 10 and It. Block : Lota 1 to 5tEs.tho i'W". I'', .,.
5,0 AutO, I Uebon or phone 'l 1. .IfAPRICXS A nu,.."p I. m.lntalned In ih. .h.,.' Governor better equipped than ever to give on tb. 4th day of January, U47. sodtbp..ofo.p Inc. (0...o.l. .. 1 II. Hlock 1, altng ih. N.;. I .1k
wood. I.n.th ,.. fei' II, I child, expressed his surprise with aald Lot. I lion 05'lt.- :::
loll "AU 1"'I.I.c. .ny : -- en eesr.o elW.d".d.7 doOfll C.1 Clark your written to to II Inc.. II. U il-lI,
.,rd II ISK 00 c".1, 'l SiI. d.11>..rrd.I' TLLII TREES. Hear quautl.tl .. and amazement at such a warmreception their readers a bang-up paper d.C... any to th. Bill of Cora sod ". sod 17 to Ino. Block 14 I* to .hM. ,' ,. .,:" .

,U H..hiI S.. Ind, It ... of (lig ...I I flo I "... II each Se* While it Is a long way to travel rlalnt therein within the tint* preacrib Lota I to I In.,, 7 I._ iS In. sod ', 'ON.\ I '
--- -- M.nnln".. nn M"n ., d'e.n.oft. 7,1., p. m Mid, ....k prayer ..r.I... from a group of Democratic by law '10 <4 In.. Blob II. block.. It 1 Township 10e ,( ,.
I'lot I: M T.E: I H ftt.t. 1 h..t. 'n".".d tilt, II" \. | editors. I particularly for the publishers "ITIIS. my hind and the ...1 01 It Inc., and IS : Lot.Al lo I. ID mod the,.: H o',:itlary h :\

r K P.t'l r, -.I "o ItFOrTsALE F'RST' BAPTIST l located in the northern and .., t it 8ttiar<. .".rld.. thli) Hh. 1 to I Inc. tOuch 80; Lot, I to I, .f (th I |.
: I I THAMrRS I'lIt SAI.f: I KiUrr( .Dim;, 501.,. Speaking briefly and with noD : dot nf December. 1550. and to In... Blork( tl ; Lots I Town.hlp( ": Sons Ill,'
14 ft I 1..1.... K ft.. .lectrlc brakei. ELDER C. H. BAkER Ta.lor western part of the state it provides 'C .1000 Court 1.1 to 4 and I I II Inc. Block 541: Lots" and the W.: '--(14.5 1 f
n"th. t nil,.,. bate m'w ''I... and are, Sund.,- I. R POMLROY II to Ine.. Block of BectloRange ," F 10 IMIthnrntii
.
Twenty acres of land and' ... |p''ll(nally clean. Tin b* ...n at l.ivll a.. m... Kund.y.. SchorlII N.sd. I'W them an opportunity to I A. Clerk of the Circuit Court. N.rln In.. I I IS, II 1 Lt. 4 sod to 10 Ito II Lulung ,",.
00 M
and bath house ('".k.. I I'. mile. ...uth n( Stuart. on1'.d".1 "::00 a m m 1 rnlir moribIp.! .D.-I:. five l I' people meeting
on I ounir ,
,
room Hlibway( ",(Ir... owner. It 1 :(1C m ", ..d. II II, T. M CUNN D. C- >. and I to .., Block ST 4 i" .tII' ef >
p. \enlng Service I thers and better I IIlok.I
to understand
Arundel Shops Road Wedne.day W D.-H.II'h, Pu.... to 42. C. C...... EVANS CRARY I 14 to II Inc: Lot I. Lots S Al 10 Ine. 1l.t..S- I I' ,'oi.u, ,

land cleared fOR SALK' ; wheel utility trailer: 1110 p. m. Mid.week .prayer meeting \\'. .- Fifteen acres of 4 4. x 10 ft 8 ..18 (It... .par tot(0(51. AogtSll.-'Surf V4m Corp. to M. Eo 5. 12. Hand 15, 1545.LECALADVERTISEM1F'. 501; Lt. I. I, *. 4. 5. I. 1, and 10
and fenced. New deep well ,' ( rack for ildei( .\ .,Ioad aprlliKi. THE CHURCH ('P COD ': ; ther sections. to .. Block ITo Lola. II to ) lodo. I .,

In..,,re Atlantic( Court Apti Apt. ill I P.o'tS.osjl to' .-Flla Shllkitt to E........ E. Spear. A typical convention city 4nc.. Block Lota I to I* In,., Blo I .h.1 ''man.uch ,. h"r: :
and automatic electric watersystem. L (I. Sheridan( No<. it, Dec. I:It R.,. W. F. Brown Pa.tor I W.D.-T..Io Corp to Diehard. R.'.... CIRCUIT ruRi.NTf.IU 551; Lots I 17 too.. Id. and in Block :.t: :: ':t .ol4.f .
--- thurch It 11.1. Mt.. J. Miami knows how to greet and I CIRCUIT sb., I
House soundly con. School 10 A. M. -p (.nbben lo An_. 40, Lots I to II Inc. 1C IR 10 and > I' 'WcMr
liED FLOWERED orchil, tree.. bloom InN Morning Wonhli,> 11 clock Juhneon MARTIN COUNTY.N. 17. la and to 14 Inc. .1..1"" ) tm
entertain her VisItors. Guest I Block 41i.
atructed of finest material I ;".. eml>er. II .. ""I., ,C''no"n.I' Bight' \Pb T 10 Ca...p. stickers were provided which I STATE BOARD Or ADMINIS I In*. tie., canal I KVV) ; Loll I to andwriting "
but need paint and minorrepair I S U. Sat .. -. T. H. 0...... tr Town of THAT1UN a body co.. ., uoI In.. sod t. In.. I 10 .n. '0''" ,,
JOSE"'P'W 'CATHOLIC ;: permitted visiting editors to park 1 d., I. I I Ilo.k ;
ST Jrn.enW K it
*. loelo. Article IX 1 > .nd I I. ,. ; dull "",'
li.SAlE;; : 0,,. but ro.t net 10 ft. In 7SCI..l..dA.ooo .r>.-kurf V4.w. Corp to _..h Iplt.... heir cars anywhere they could ," th .. of th* State ) I.t! 10 t In... 11..k .: AU land owned i 0 I'' ,,'
4500.00 d"I(. 1 00 Ste (.err, at, Clia Lumber REV. T J OrAHV ,...to, f.W .D..-e-perti I.... tti Krwrtl t........ Inc. uf rlxrida. for and on behalf( I Iok f 7 od UJok. sod .hr..eirsoooI, "I.hshoi'. '

with immediate potteision. C.. Nut 2'. Dec I I .. M..... "III'" $,,", .. '. .nd II Mttr.-Bror i. CarlWrg" t* Minnie R EIn.I. find a parking spot regardless I II uf MARTIN. COUJTY. IN THE I Will b* offered for ..l. at public outcry b.r oC yo... ," nrad tlenn

i iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiuiimiiimiiiiiFOR I .k tt.o.So.. rn5io Salea. .. 1 of. whether it was controlled by I SrATiot. ) for th. highe.t and belt cn.h bidubject : r: t ,WI,
PAUL M. HOENSHEL Cooteopt-Owoot ll.chln* Corp. ,. Petitions I Hit ki
to th
I RENT .. Fold., of oo. I h nnt"I 7 :ao ... Cha.. Heyer It a L parking meter: clerks and em- .. Commlulonera* of right of Ih* Hoard oC .C t h. h.7I.,' : .
... Kvergl.de. ,
j t Phone 271, Stuart M. '(5,0,5' !ltihdolel' lIund.u I QC'-Emma t hitching to Stanley. : THE STATE OF ,.In.M .. .1, nOob
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'i..r
I iiiiiiiii.iiMiiiiiiiiiiHiiimmi I I .nd 11 .. n. : ): plojees of hotels and other FLRIDA I.trle to r.j 000snp and all .. a. ,
-- I II .. d.
d..1 b. I
Courthou., "Ib.
.. beginning'
No.1. di,
tloli "1 I t; H'Hf'on'' lu' Mu" I'('H RENT( Edlteon("., Apsptm.ot.oou,0I.t.'lt .I, .. :ao m. Q.C.-Cirard'Vru.t; Co. la Stanley Kite*- EArn. >establishment; are trained to extend R.spo'doo.. clock A. M. at 10 ::00 pod .lhe. (lUl '
., tb
(olf I on sEVENTH
; oo. $MoluoJo I to 5 .p. hi ud day oC ,10"I
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".101. J "."on "" St. Jh. (t0OOtttl. ohol Io.tloI 0 RULE NISI JANUARY h. I .n' ,
( I"". ,.. .hco,1, .,,,j do.. .0 '"wn.' H.I' ," I Pt l.ocl,. Rh'",, (lim.t.d( ,...,,v. h V 7:811 101..t"... ...0. .Iuplt... n.I hland Club 1 u'I I.-'-fclanley Kitehlng lo the Public | every courtesy to the visitor I TO TOtE STATS Ot rLORIDA THE and reclamation. IOu. sooos.ot for drainage 00505 Dated til',, I, .,, ""I .h,

".,,,, 1'. O. Ar..d, LI f ..1.'1-.. "e.k Iho'd,.'.' n.hon S" Son. phon.1.1Ito I 10 .. m. Who l Hlver"fetal C(ley.. kltcblnc' to SI Lucia. I and your convention badge SEVERAL. : PKOPLRTY CITUtVg OWNtK.S TAX. will b* reier.ed. Hfty and percent road liun<55 o.e% I Itf : I Lop, 18.6 .
AND I I'OSEROY.I
.AYI.I. I
Intl ,< \IK ltatrher' > and bulldlnr( food I 'I. It U. 21.t'OR EPISCOPAL SERVICES Mtg._t. LoIs. RI... Co. to Stanley. tamps you as a guest of the I OR CLAIMING ANY OTHEI,I, aUo all be oil.reierved.... and mln.rl right will Clppb.uf ,IhLEGAL, I I .INI
'1dIll't 1..00 6.0,1(1, b".k.. Kltchlnr, t"
( ( 0' "m.nt 7ITIIDK' INTrRbiT IN ,
M"y ,.,... ale he, or
"" ",., I."k.." ,101 ChlCk.n F.rm.No. t't'1'' ,II0 'er 214 8..lnol. A., (1C.-Hob' Sound Co. I* Byrd Pullman. of the fact that the tourist 1 BY ThE STATE HOARD or :, JVIROLAE DRAINAGE DISTRICT I ICocl NoI'.SOOndl''
,
: 4. 21. 2', 1.... S Stu.... D... I REV R. M rfNTOV MA. Rtetor WU,-Beaamr Propenle. to HollU TRATION OK THE STATE "LOR. ( I.( ADVERTISEMENT
; :>0 A.I\I. Holy Communion Kitker and visitor! is its life blood. IDA FOR AND OP 1 I. R. I'ouERoY

FORT PIERCE ROOFING (j'olt,,'..on H.Joo,.: (In, .r""h.d qUH.t( n.lthh..huod., ross hy 11 tb.1Ako.t II silo::(Ml A AM..M.. thurch Mornl". .,I:: School Prate. and Sermon T co.-n'iii.. !I* _C-OINTY. u... THE_ON IN_ BEHALF THE SONDO sTATE OF Hi-REIN.MAR OF- Cuk.. .f!,.,the' CI..ul, Co.r. ....f.r MARTIN Soc .Id -I IN THE COUNTJLDCESCOUM

TILE CO. S. Nov. 2' D.. 5hIhhuhIhhlhlllhhhhhhhhhhhthhhIhlhlhIhhhhlhlhhhl lIoly ('rn.l,"mmun.on.A bundny. (In Mouth AfTUt MORE PAHTICUI.ARLY DES. .0.. BpI. I MARTIN COLIN ry STATE OfNOTL.EIDOF

WE HAVE h : SAINTS (. RIItD' OR THEREBY TO ilL :''N ANY WAY Af' Duo. a. I. .DOROTIY, 'PIERCE.. D. I INTFNTION TO ot

SHINGLE LOST & FOUND111111111111I111111111111I111 W.r.l.odrnI..s v.0" 'od /b th'e you. II... of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT C'I APPLICATION III FOR I rA DISHAG: I
BARREL
TILE. REGARD
IN
will b. reiumed In Novxnbi.* Morid. .ho. Otsto Atto.y of ,
I 'It lilt till!111111. the Ninth Judicial, Circuit( of NOTICE TO APPEAR "
rlorlda, '
TILE ar. I .d
ANY
COLOR .. 7 'Oil' .. m.. buy Cprnmui.Io.i .. hereby required 2051(4 TAYlOR ,
to ',
I ''OT 1'0' 1' 0rh.( I F7 J.w.l.d appear before 1111. WHOM IINolle "((4' '
LOCATED \\ 1.I""d .. .t..., ..... :. a. ('It urh Scho..l. Court .t tbe Court In gtu.rt la tko Cirui oot-tIn And TO ., ''CFN'
AT END OF "' r Ho. .M.tn I. 1" I I 'ho e
I ,I. ,,.I ,o, .1 I .h", k pro"f |Pown plu.t( 11 mo.. a. m -r ir.t, fceeoi,d and Fo,irth flirtS,. on Ibo 10th day. of December Counl FI.rld. In Chnc.LETTIE filed 'I ". .:." .'
our
NORTH SECOND STREETFORT I ..1. I1'oo,( T ( WuIC. Hu. 241 Bolt Soluy, f Month b.rmon sod Holt 10. at 10 00 o'cok la tha 'o..n.n. I of th* E.'11,0" don.Ibot .
\ ".101lllu' It Comm.nlon. .bow ...... I any you have. why M. I'OMEROY. oln.d I> w. h.. ,. t ,, fo''
PIERCES I --------. FIRST ME1H DiST I. prayer of Petition filed In the by h., hu.b.nd sod n..t tripod, I> d.cbopco. "II', I I. ,"tPh .

1 .-. ItrtlR ., I 1.11-1 (11 I ..t.1",. (If.I her wallet(( with( lit.per, R... W. C. Alddo.CHURCH. ....,.' II? .1.. .. entitled oobo, .Id not b* ..nt. 1. R fOMtKOY Plaintiff. I lon..hl. Mi I I I FloOdso(I.,
- ------- I"h"" d..r.( heel,... car Title th refunding bond therein de*. I M.i'' I
>AI r; 4U ft"" 0' Kro" coC ornnge.. '"I".1(1 f I" "t....n ..,,01 Ceo A Gip.on B,,I; O'41orn.oo.toySrh'l.I crb tbe Pt'io.oodl..tbopioo.e .. ) 151k duo' "C 1 ., I I I> I.tIh.
,. .. <-, '. He" ....... thereof be IIESSIE E. NEFF. ., '
.p. I u n..n"" t.n"..."... '.IU,'" o Dec o 1. 4' A. M. Lnlvcr.lal: Bit IrThe ., a5' QI' validated and MR. .1 .1. ) npp.1 'Jo'd.ch.re.
oa", ." ,.,n..I., .",.n, ,,,. .nd V.1.,",.. iiliMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiriuiiniiillliiiiiiiiWANTED ... I'u."I., Word of Powtr ,
Ho".. .nd h.n. ..1...,,,.. Ii "u .nd .... .... f rAgt u l''o.- I '"".tiJiy1" """"'"ner ,herein t and I Toil: I I. I
.. 1'." .,,,h ."d .uy '..m. for h.l.nc.. on .h.1 Martin C.osolr.. In the The State of Florida Tot Mr.. Boiale This I d., .1 \ .L. A. \
-"I.. ., 90 P.M. William T> ntlitl h,01,, h,. State E Neff ,, ,\ l'AHh1/
b.ooo. lok"t old .ho-k ram.S. 110,14. 4 In the ...,...t. sum (11 pine 8.rt. Canton. ILLI Glol,
14 21. 2'. Drc. 6. WorkThe f be Mr.. ,\ I 0. IOHRlit
MiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVi ; I I1"uoJ d.IK..d. dated n.lo; Minnie F. L.nnell of Glenn \
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murnlng lenlce 1 I. i'i I.
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in .. ,, H.mlhl,., Aa Admlnl.1', I ..t..jlTo.lo"
nbmbr.d. of
,. and to 1oIr. Chop. 01
iiiHiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiiMiiiiiiLarge I \,.nJ': An ed.rly) mm or elderlyc I ipeaker to tbe Nui.ery wh i. to..th. / '"ow latt.burg MU. Ir u'
I ,,. ., .. "-tin County Flor. New York ; H B. and .
01,1 i I... r on premlMi in a new can leate their childrrl, r ,0,0,,, flThe id.. KHRoad and Bldll' Refunding Stella Ward, hi. wife. who.. ra.ldenc. T. 1' Ol lIT.I"' ""

New Selection ,., ""r,","m I .'.(t.gIr.trk. (p liifhted ; ot4.joyth.o.rolei., Honda gerl*. l 104. dated February. I. (I. unknown, M, Lena Bender Fatlea, Attornay fo''t, I ",
,Oh, 10" i..od., ..d bUlloJln.. ( .t I "4. numbered to 14, Inclu.lve .ho. ( .I. 5400. 14. I I ,
In soho
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.. rld. 00010', d M,..
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II .t ,01 r .h" El 1.,01.. I, rated In tho Wom.n'. Clob mln.tion.' of HOOD ..... and to Anna Btrohmlnger, who.. ... I.
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fum, to"n "n s. Luile Rhei In .. t"l mist,, ..d. \
NAMEONCHRISTMAS R.... C. A. Corrl.I Psolop I February I. 18n, ..d bearing unkn..n, sod ill unknown ,
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> Hi Add p. O Uu I 10 00 A. M. 00,01st 5boul. I'mur: odlt.1ottr In'.r. payable .ml..nnu.II on tho dni.o.o. grant.*.. credit... sod 001poctie. ,
""irt Hord. ... 0..1. .... Lh.pi I. eachr"' *oeuotso"' "' 'enruary often .1.lmln. by. thPough .,udpc or'Kln.t NOTICE OF I IM I'I I > .110 1
CARDS .. .t tho, I..t ..t. obtoii.bho ...h .f th TEll \M I
M. A..hu D.h"n In .h...... .. isbovons med d. t'ICTIIOI I'
ISANTE!) To PUT 1111 oC .old .. GIVES
: lI.n. ,
PO I'II. at or three "., .nl. ; H 11111(
Other department., p.pc.no. w.o Sm n.t boom. to b. 11
Iniluo.dull a
eIsh.r
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\oJd A. n,,Itt. C.'n. 01tO
V.1 casIo rn wld .
: : lii I ( meet at Woman. CI.Io. .ho to th* bldd.who dead or alive: and to all tho und..I.n.1
(II.IooA, i or Is'.t, '
No' 21D.i. OLd p.on. I '
p.r hlgheat $6O..0P.
Order Now To Be sure of delivery Mr. Karl Krueger SuptII price therefor I crporatlon.. having or any. In. .10n muit C.M.lln
nu.ro particular .. .h I .
:00 A. M Serntont Alt.id, Your deicriptloa) of aald re. tcre.t In oh. following .. wih ,
K REPAIR oottarai of ..rb... to funding bond d..IId lan-t I n
In ..
Time for Christmas cana )
Kiadlg, ." ob.ervlng of furnish .ppoln. by reference to lyIng and being( In Martin
stj.rt Cl,,mblni and Metal' Work.I World BlbtaSunday amount money paid out to sold ....h..I.ln.) ortifled, Id. to-mItt ,. Flop. proof oC pub).I'l', no"

I Phil 1'.".. Ph... lot tf 7 :SO P. M. Union Youth Ser,Ice. Epl. 0. .hlh.I I. ., "..I.ton.. .,d m.d. 5 copy POrt liyttkoi: ': I ,I "II,

THE STUART NEWS (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERVICES I .op.1 and Pie.byte. (Ian yl.UCei"pk. you with telephone servic. is increasing pobllihed I hors),. Thl. R.I. t. b. Government Lot I. Section 14. J I. ,' ,.t..
In *
O.reola Th. 8..r Nios. To wn.hlp 17 South ai Thaf'thc" ,uslcd
at Ch.pel Leader. 8tu.t. Rn.41 Ea.t i nr .
tf OFFEREDimmiiiiiimiiimiiimiiimiiiimiiiiMi Ha,bara lI'u.". faster than the amount taken tn F.or.. ,.n..p" In publ.h.d In mun.r Mo- In I Florida th. .County containing of 1.rtln.wssrp.Btai... of 000005 I. ''I' f, MARIE J. r01'

11111111111111111111111111111111111111I111111111FOR I i IIIBLE UNION CONGRECATIONAL 0 r.qolmd by Itin I.. Florid. moro $,... fl 1.
in. That's because 5l.t.ou iSfI.bONE .
telephone materials
p.lm I.ss. ,
C4y .. Ji-
N. U, II
( ALE .', tr.d. Co, (uhl.uh 3'hn I SPECIAL HrHARRISON I I.. PACKARD Pa.tot AND ORDERED .1 8tu.... and ach of you ar* herb.y noll. I

.n.I..d .rmy II u.k Tol.... So.lor. tC. LAWN MOWING SERVICE: I II S) .00::46., Sdoolog m.. IIoS.5.rhI Wo..hp. wagei services, and new building costs rI...rid... t... It" lop 0' Noo.o.bo". f..t: that In th a *lult I Circuit h been Court brought In and sloinil,for LEGAL" ADVETISEMENI

POWER LAWN MOWER 051, A. O. KANNER. Martin
County, Florida In CI.so..Pp. !:
HAVE PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY have all gone up tremendously while Iud. by Lettl M NOTICE OF INT"TION- TO REGI
Pomeroy
YOUR l .-
LAWN CUT Cr.ul b. NAME
CHURCH De. I. II. ,1, ,,44. lu.band and friend J. lP..r II ; "
neit
.IVkN
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WE HAVE ALL SIZES REGULARLY AT MEV E.Hob C. YOUNG.Sound Pa.tor telephone rates have remained a low 01 LEGAL In lb u.koo.eo lilIrd ..... /.. tho NOTICE 18. 40.1 HHfr.H1' h p..I.I.th"u.d.r.l.n.d.

REASONABLE FEE 10 .. m. Sunday School ADVE"TIEMUT Jur. of ramovlng. cloud' and quitting( Chopte, suIts. I I. I t1old'.f
.
OF CHARLES 11 ,00 '.m. Murnlng( wur.blp than they were NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX of th* Plaintiff Lettl. M. 1541. will ,.i0l "th CItho
H.
JACKSON lowe many years ago. Pomeroy No
DEED to sold land. and each uf you Clren" (' ", "nd fo

20INCHTRUCK 80 Welt Third St. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY OF HUM Bill N.. IM2 0. hereby,. ordered t fit. with th* Florids.. '.. : lh'
STUART Telephone earnings today are not only NOTICE IS HfcREHY GIVEN. that irk of aald Court a th* County ; poklpoli.'O( of ,t :: r
Write P. O. Box Court Hou... '
485 Eait
Fourth Street t..I
w. L Stilll an th* bolder of th. follow. It.rt. your wr I. tou., n.m. : .
TIRES iIs.m.thoeihotpl.oo. I.. certificate, tnsppoo'. (peraonally or by STUART \ I( .oird'I.
IIul' I the lowest in history but are dangerously baa filed .aid eertific.t., iorney IIUIII.H. (
ftp a tOn deed to b* l.aued thereon. Th. ) In aald solo on th* 17th d.., ., ..thn :;' '.: t'"(
u*> v i ha' *' troubk I with your 'hen.nut .., CHURCHES F HiiiST-; TiST coptifoc.tu, number and of of D..m"r. 1046, and thereafter fib. ;:: I l' :

Also lay.,.ng Then: ... H... Pan.a.mln; "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND low despite a record volume of t"* description) of tb. property year I..oooo.and tb. with ., your written defem. ... I. "JAM'M'. R '""*'

SEAT COVERS Stuart re 'd store. tf t CREATOR I. th* .uliject of the L...... ilsiI.IabkhRw5.otoi.dsroo. It any. to tb* Bill of Complaint th..ln, r'.jriJNcv
ollowatCertificate within) tho tint) prescribed by I.... gtuar
FOR YOUR CAR WI'' HAVE 'I Sermon which till b* read In Churchee business. Reasonable earnings arc required l> II
complete line of floor, tl. U. .c
of thrl.t Sciential. throughout the world No fYear WITESS. m hand and th* ...I rl
I.m" Corn In .nd ....h. ,ou, ..1... of ,. old Btuart Florida Ibis Und
Sunday. .0. June
on December
II I. 1144 ADVERTIjL..NOTICE
.
I tic n fclectrl( ( Service t Repair Co. Dehi to safeguard the full usefulness day of November LEGAL
RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. Ltldi 'nGin. I The Gohlrn Text I.! Lord thou art Description of Property : 1 4I.
.'I Cod which ha.t made heaven and earthind Tract M. PALM CITY FARMS. See. (Cirul Court Seal '

: HAVE YOU .ton out th* .... and all that In them I." of the telephone for your community. tton 15. Town.hlp I* South Ranie R. POMEROY, NOTICE 18 H GvE.hlt'I.

.omethlng Llectrlcal 000.ott.r A... 4 :841). 41 Eait eomprlalnt I* acna. A. Clerk of th 1i1 o Court Mo.obo ....p( '
ma. Fleetrlc Service Repair for Chrl.t.' Among th* citation which comprlae' N... In which ai.e.ied W.. 1. It.ld.i Cosoty. thu.nd..I.n.d porobson.11 lhc Tib''til'1Mod. :
Co De
th. Mu.. U. Do.. I. II. U. A.tR DloohOOt Cn
hon Blilg. I L..n.II.'mon I. .Ih. folioIng from tip'All .! ( (
OFFICE CHAIRS W. .hi.. e.wpl.t.to.k tf t tho Bible: "S. God created man In hi. i ot aald property beln* In th* our full, "' (la .ddll'4" .

of .wi.,1( and ....,.M ,b.(.. ij-rS. .,..tl. atocklng., hne. pad. Image. In th. Imag. of God created SOUTHERN BELL County of Martin Slat of Florida.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTON 1.cUon. mu'lflpli'."."olooO5"looboord .
TELEPHONE I
tn n..h'iio.d .Jnut( f,n.h., .. ") (Ouih.tt.ou..d m.l. AND TElECRArH COMPANY I Unle. .uch capacity
.
anklet. etc. Stuart Drug Crp tf lo..n ; and female created b* them .1,010.OO.0oerOfloSlus) with a gI"m! :
..h.J. tho ..I..U..n And Cod ... every. thing that h* I ball b* redeemed aeeordine ta law Ohopoopotir THE COURT 0' THE COUNTY and > ,J.ieUt"

10 ...nplel( .. stool Ne... Offlci.. iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimNOTICES I I I m.d.. and behold It ... ..cygood'. SNCOIPOIATIB I ..Ib In luch .eartlflcat JUDGE, MATIY'I COUNTY rdunf.n'I..,::m-(
SJATEpFFLORIDA.
ICeneal.( 1.27. II I. lat period *. .r certificate. .old ta the hliheit IN ILK M
ESTATE '
IMMEDIATE: DELIVERY The Le.ion.Sermon .1.. Include thi .lt> M the. court bou. door on tho E. SETTLES.or t : :'fIlod hi .:.tl
) In A which oto to
,llllllllllMMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMMIHIIMIIIM$ Mlowlng pai.ag from lbs thrl.tian Mood month of JANUARY. "... oC .ho
Selene. textbook, "5,1 1547. ""* SIXTH .d U... .t thu offiPO
ON .o.oon d Health "tifr1 1 *' *' JNWDal NOTICE TO l
NOTICE: M.ngoe. budded ".00 "lth Key to tha Scripture." IRY' CEDITOR: Court. MottIl
per by Mary 1.4. All .rodhor of A. B f dud. wIll'b OpeOeI ; :::
bud Writ.( Cberle. Coutant, I Baker Eddy The divine Fifth' day of '
FERTILIZERSAND car* of i Principle( ( ot December, 8.1. Dce.d, 5 hereby. notified and of
Unlvar.lly. station, Galneavill. Fl.. S..IIt.. comprehend and ...,..... all, 1001. to file any.clalma or demand n"wldne.d.ny"l: >j::.mb.r :' '
Deo:. 6, 13 it ttANTlRAT and .11 most therefor. b. .. peifotOh. .. Circuit Court get I) which they may hav. ...In.t aald( Eatat* '. P. .
divine, Principle I. perfect Deity. J. R POMEROY In the offle. of tho County Judgo of 1100 o p.oll||
,
tha new and better rat waa .atl.fied with H,. work How could 6er' Cloth .f 1'01 Court of Martin County Martin County, Florida( In tha oourt (Cpunty Comml'lj ROT C

INSECTICIDES killer, I. an effective tracking. pol.on He b* otherwla*, .10.. the ai,,(ritual creation ; f I 1 ou.oo I Stuart, Florida, within algal Board of County -n.p. .. ..I'Cuunt
foil It down rat bole and cloae them ... th* outgrowth Ih* em.n.ilon) B, DOROTHY PIERCE. D. C. calendar month. from th* data of th* ,.. t'lold..
Mow on hand ..... Cli... Fertlll.er with : ..1. Solo di. from ...ppln.( I In It and of HI. Inflnlt( .containment( and Immortal D I. II. It and. I*. It4<. fipso publication of this nctlee( Each N... 51. .t. D.., I. I ILEAL II. Il41

I"%" M......... Civ. your bom I'*.. I "licking( their feet ANTURAT I. a Dr. wlailomT" ((5":17.18.: 6UII.: laira *r demand must b* In writing. sod "LJUIAL
or I.... good frtilltr .ow. ...> product Ideal for farm u... II o.. 7HI;' LEGAL ABVERTISEMEMT 5 000.toO. tho pine. of is.id.oo.iodp000.olfc ADVERTISEMENT
o.bss. kill. I.000 rots. Stuart Feed ( odd... .r tho olol.oot sod !
SI,.... It. INSTRUMENTS OF RECORD I NOTICE OP INTENTION TO REGISTER .50.1 b omopo t b. th.1.lm.nt. his NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO REGI

RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. WD.-Jr..l. M. burrell to John D. Petty. Of1 FICIrTIOUS NAME ...n" his .tto'n. I will .0... FICTITIOUS NAME '
GIVEO
IP YOU WANT to dl.pl.. or .eil 1 you. WD.-John D P.tly to 2...). B. Burrell NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN that tho vid .ccording ... NOTICE 15 14y0Y .hl
bond mad gift. ae. H... t'.u.on and Lena M. Felgel .ideraigned. .0. tbe provlilona of MICHAEL O. LTTMAN. oodorsi.O.d. sod.O thu \ -
.t f'.n. Urea. Shop tf 8.t. Mle.-r;. F Power. to F. J Kobl.r. Chapter I* .. of Florida. A.' E .cutor of th* A 1 E. :). .. !:
If Ae.
A If I.-Fred. Stafford to Th. Public. of 5541. will reglater with tho Bl.. Detected. ::r.lb. r. (00
JUST RFCEIVFD a Ihtpm.nt of Chrlit. Affl.-Carroll Dun.comb to The I'ulllc 'va7t5 ino Clrnlt Court In aad for .MartinhROADWAT I. t*. Dee. I. It. 1141LECA1. I .1 CiisOil 1 1 Colorl. Itt sod :;

4 'J FOil BALE' 5uIdg( ( oqulpm.nt. Will moo tree. llaht. and Halo*. C.l th.m WD.-Wm. H. Kl.ter to Ch.. Pi.ch.r. Cw.oty. Vtoetdo. oi..s iscoIpl of proof .l : : : t.t
0011 ill 0' hilt .f tho d..bl. sill while they I.it. No phone ardera. W.O.-IIu. J,.* to Harry. O Matlern o...le.tl o tbs, .. Oh. 04.01. ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE rU; th< d'cutr: ,

reinforced concrete form al.o 4 meo ,.. !EI..trl.Uld... S.n(I.. Repair Co Dehon LI.. Pen..-Lett!. M. Pomeroy to Bea.1 .m.. ..11 OP INTENTION TO REGISTER I 00"
/ good building aand half all Aatorm .. It N.ft.W.DW. BUILDERS under which toc AT .::tj
or
FICTITIOUS r;
__. NAME
and leak proof bom. t atnryehelmer Ibedroom. N. Crom. to 3,0..... 8. Van W aro .od la ku.lnea. M Stuart. r '; :? ::'J
SPENCER that
SUPPORTS r
for ..
women M.n's N.... portm I
F"d
.nd b.tb up.t.lra. I. W.nn.. bell.. Lu.lla/ Downey 1101 Oran. L.e- .Edwin: E. Sheridan ..I .. I sold NOTIC1 W HEREBY GIVEN that tho .oss5PSa. folbO' 05'PVt'RA'E. t.
to .
J .11.
G.org.
Pert Bewail P. O Stuart.N A... Fort PI.,... Phon 1f7.M for Mud P. KRUEGER. und..I..d. ond.r tb* .provl.lon. of IEtB..rl
**. tl. Do*. t. It II app.ln'm.nt. A Ch.pt. 10.15. L.... of Art. (
If D .IEd.ln E Sheridan to 0.,.. J. IX.. I. It l 5t..r. Fld 1141 with Fold.CI"k of Florid., .
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I. tho CI.ul Cur In ..ndor Martin Nov SI, M,





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