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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 19, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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i i A 'cart merchants today' reported) th. men's best, JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII NOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII What Happened to Quarter Million HIGH SCHOOL IS r

1'1 mils biding season sinn tin" (ia\'- "n 'the last boom,
Uittusi: | jrieatK nuuHKcd and
i newsprint" -
h strong buying spiiit in evidence, pioiliution AGAIN BACK ON
)plenty(| | of)
money cost, and increased
circulation of this
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v h ,-Inch to buy and, on the pan 01. th' merchants, the advertising tales of The Stuarte'K: will befHlt'HnC.tI Kickliter Collected :in November?
nelance of stuff
II to sell for the first
k time lithiums( :
from I'H! column inch to 55c column
'J luxury and gift items off |Per per CREDIT RATINGJohnwick
null HS oj January 1, 1047!> .
counters -----
I I' lion's during the
'!lod, have returned to the STUART SCHOOL (oniiucts now cunentill remain in effect until) ex- Martin County' Cashier Garnered 73% of 1946 Tax Roll COUNTY BOARD

1 1 c helves The shops are gay t>I'utlon dates, ut which time they will be renewed on Cash in One Month and Deposited It in 30 Different : Praises All

B\ ,,i Yule decorations and tin i ineicascel basis Funds for Somebody Else to Spend What Who Aided In

t s ite kept busy from open- : CLOSING SET :Neither shoes, clothing, ifie>cciicM 01'In' other Will He Do to Keep Busy Now? TO TAKE ACTION AchievementThe

,, closing time waiting on commodity; i is selling at the same )price> today as 1 H year
'....,., omens njro :Newspaper aehci'Using has had to follow suit because Iy! ii\\lN: : A. 3JIAMM.LK:\ : : : New' Year, I'M! will

,ij r.rd' breaking Christmas FOR FRIDAY ', in plain IniiiaiHire! it costs us more to produce The quiet little man in the f flint lefthand dooi ut the ON I ROAO: WORK\' pen i a new chapter( in t the'
.1 I .> is expected between this newspaper, and Me me going to have to charge louil house is a FItH'ida boy \\ ho made (food at the difficult educational system of Mai

\ nd Christmas Eve. Nearly more for) the space" ) In addition, we me (going to do GUI task of collecting money without milking ainlxidj t tin county, following unnounecment ,.
II mown stores plan to stay Christmas Programs, Parties 1,1't, to p1) 'lodnc a better IWSI"tl'I''el'y)) week. imjoj His name; is Lacy )Kit'klit'r. and lust to look at him! State Ilijhway Improve- this weik l hI>
To Be Staged By Stuart you would never even suspect( that hi bunked itiaitii ol a i '
1 Saturday Monday and VIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllIHllllllllflllllllllllllllllIIIII:/ II ItlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllEden / | ments Tu lie Pushed By Principal! E F. Johnwlck Iliu
.i> evenings, Students million dollars In November It Officials Here. the local high school ha1- beef/

I II( are statements made by I I Resident Takes 100 was not his money -- U was ttlven\ full and complete ruoi
Students of the Shout dimcnlaiy % belonging to Marlin ENTERS KING IN
I lIbel' of representative Stu- money Martin: I i omity commissioners nlllon by the 'Southern Commit
,siness men interviewed by school will eniuliln 'ounty and the State of Florida c1ii-ii yesterday to leave no stone Ice on Colleges!: and Secondan

?, \ews today: patents and friends with a Of Leghorn Prize AwardsAt primarily. but Incidentally to a i nlmned to cooperate' with the Schools.
Chilslmas in lot of other agencies whose officers FISH TOURNEY30Pound
story song Friday Mute: Rind in
)at< AR KANAREK I Stuart department push- I J. Hooper Wise, commlUc
p, 1 ment Store i : Business is morning at 10 oclexk in the high scarcely know how the it,01 K forward improvements on chairman, reported that I the'
r better this year than last. school gymnasium Under dluctlon New York Poultry Show money they spend ecU Into the the' Federal highways! and state school has been placed on Un

itaclurcrs' have put a great I of Mrs. Ivyl Pirtle and i bank In the first place. King Mackerel arteries in this county. the accredited list following ,1

'1 note merchandise In clr- Mrs. Hazel Oimin, assisted by This Is a tale of what Lacy Landed Saturday by The renewed action followed general meeting In Memphi'
Mrs. Erwin Johnwick, the Dr E L Di'unison. 77 Eden ment Armory in New Yolk. i
"n since expiration of OPA 1 program I Kickliter does with the mono New Yorker a report by Road Supt. A. A. Dec 13. "This means that the,
Is followsTrumpcleis lcsiclent who is known "Amctlcas Ihis Is mane than I expected I
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d I 111' merchants have more an : : thai( lolls Into his coffers whin Kuidry: ol the meeting In St. quality of Instruction of on\
'11 v to offer. Many scarce or : Linllnc Green, Master Poultry Breeder, and the highest I have the new tax roll opens In Novem- I Lavi) (' Micolf( ul Lawn'me'. Augustine at which East Coast school equals that of any oth1 i

h 1 'o i unavailable Items arc I Mania McPherson. I I tinned: Tuesday from New ever made;' he told The News bci, To prove that paying taxes 1.onlIsland; N. Y.. fishing from rC'JlI'I'llI'ntuUvrH idmllled a cler school In this group," Johnwu:
I i 0 the shelves." Saxaphone Quartette: Janice York with a grand sweep of the I You can bet I was proud to go the first month Is profitable to' the boat "SpraY" with Lapt Ray r :ease In liiinisl! business In East Raid today "and that certain i ilUlrementK r.

J WILLIAMS .Stuart Drug Aibontisl. Joan Combs, Emily 16th Annual New York Poultry from this small community up" 'the taxpayer as well as the \'OUI1I.! last balmduy liiieltd a I lorldu while central and West ( and standards Ian

I 'We have more men I Moirlson Dorothy Clouts I I Show prizes. I In, New York and steal the show; 'County, the first thing to note Is 31: -ioiind kini mucluicl whl:'ItIn I lorldu me Chalking up noliieabli been/ met und must be 11111111\,I."'"

..I 2 'se. and volume of sales Is Processional: "0 Come All Yc He literally i took 100 per cent ul said "the" Leghorn King of I that" the 4 per cent discount i'nil('n'd In (IIII' (current Stuart grills Ilendiy said the group ed to retain the rating"

ugly up There Is a good I faithful the prizes with Leghorns from America: claimed by those who paid In Sailllsh Club Tournament, was i'reluct a in to aelmll "a bad Although the new pilixipil i a.
.111, spi It. The variety ofandlse I The ShephueLs Story in Song: his flock raised at his home on The new tiophlcs will rest November amounted this year to Also 11.111111on:: \ the same day, reputation In tin North for pi Icec being accorded high| praise I bi
t available Is recrcat- I "It Came Upon the Midnight the Indian River Just noilh of alongside some 79 silver cups, 0770.24 which Is a lot of money llpocluic(! J Sehwuof New ,iiglng\ .- as emphasl/cd byStuart' I Ills success In having the I school ,
\ii old shopping trend on Clear" /16th grade). the Martin county Ime wln- 1 1,000 ribbons and other awards I to save But after Klcklllcr hudallowed I I'I Yolk caught!: II i 7 fool 1-Inch sail-) ,.. Representative Marvin returned to the honor list

e cart ot buyers not In evl- "While Shepherds Watched ilrig: grand champion over all the Eden man las. been! accord- this 1 untF: ,.Uslx f tcum GYaUer.! Jiwifll\ and urged all ..cOUI1t .alter throe-JT3is of onlY. a t.lHo-. (
:c durlnj the war years" Their Flocks," ((2nd grade breeds in the entire show, both 'I ed had $23449708 in : t ItM i .<.o Unite their efforts in gelt accredited rating-he emphasized -

B B MCLAUGHLIN, (john- Mrs. Jones). I, male and female" !three silver Walking off with enili shovs proceeded to divide it I t: t 111.t ", the !State Road department that It was not accomplished
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J. x to $1 Store i : The shop- "0 Little Town of Bethlehem, cups, a gold medal for the best '' Is only part of his activity He Martin County general fund i WOWS CLUB t 100 construct a i highway to equal overnight, or during the fell
spirit this is moreenll (13rd grade). I display and "breed champion' sold over 3,000 chickens at Doe Got $20.186 02 and out of this I 1111' better roads in other parts months of his slay here Sup
year
(t L than In the past ol01 Choral: Grades 1, 2, 3, Luke While Leghorn of the show..' a pound from! his flock this year fie! general run of the county's) c.f the state.Rightsofway. Roscoe Rollins, the school board

,gh it Is for smaller-priced 2814. : Dr Dennlsons sweep was the -and regularly gets 80c a dozen bills must be paid, HAS YULE PARTY to be furnish- I the county I board many clvi:<
::11but the buying liberality "Away in a Manger ((1st greatest in New York Poultry for eggs.PALM The county Fine & Forfeiture 'I (.l, by the counties have delayed agencies and many'; IndividualsIn

('I"omes" this so that the re- grade), : Show exhibition annals. CITY LAND Fund got $1.839.07 and out of stale action. It was reported the county have contributed
"O Come Little Children ((1st In addition to the awards llstcd to the raising of our school
Also the Increased labol'lor
of
::1 i is that we are showing a' I this pot comes the expense of law price
year's'' grade). I above, he won a special prize SAVED FOR PARKAn enforcement. Four new mcmbcis acre accepted '- > such ilKht-of-way surveys standards" he said, "and th1',
ie, al increase" over last 1 "Silent Night," ((3rd and 4th tor the best of big birds u in the offer to purchase county- I Into the Woman; club has exceeded In many instancesthe many factors Involved could nol

mess I grades). : chow', and for the best display. owned Palm City waterfront lots The county's road and bridge I yesterday afternoon at the DecI'mber amount allowed for such be told in a few'ords" Tin'
HARRY HUTTO 'Stuart appllc The Wise Metis Story In Song: : Walking off with all six first i was rejected by the board of /lund got the biggest slice of cash i meeting In the beauti- work by UK State Board members educator also pointed out thi
dealer' : Business U good- $29,855.76 for the I
| county part decorated club house
Choral: Grades 456, Mat- prizes he garnered In addition commissioners yesterday, on the fully Theyare Instinct the supeilntendcnt he had never seen a communn'
t tn our line we are still held I I and $1.049.46 for the City of Stucris Mrs Blanche F. Slocum, Mrs.
l thew 2: 111eThreeKIngs (the complete series of 1st to 5th ground that the land should be and the county attorney, I so wholeheartedly behind a pro
oy shortages In much essen-I ," ', portion I Bert Smith Mis Elizabeth R.
\\ i4tligiade awards on cocks cockerels hens Jcc and so cooperative wilt I h;
reserved for future park purposes I Evans Crary to use every means I
.J merchandise for which there deund 'I "The First Noel," (5th( grade''. and pullets. and the entire 1st totl'lyd but the commission grant- The mothers' pension fund hit Fowler, and Mrs Anne Wight- to get the survey work done and school olflcials the betlermcn
strong but unfulfilled Theieg A Song in the Air," series old a low mark of $149.53 In the distribution I man. Members voted to incorporate ,
awards on .
pens ,
most notable eel L. J. Murphy, adjoining land- tentatively agreed to budget the I ( II//n olle'1f' i / ,1/ /I"I/ I "i1,1'
i Tills scarcity is I ((2nd grade, Mrs. Lowery), met library membership into
young pens owner, who made the offer, the luedcd additional money to -------------
( In the larger essential : All: Hark. the Herald Angels After practicing medicine In light for use of the property until Martin County publicity fund, the regular club membership, Increasing make up such prohibitive de

!pllances Business is good."- Sing," Chicago for 54 years, Dr. Dennison It Is publicly utilized which aids the Chamber of Commerce I annual dues $1,00 a felts of the Slate for such work TRIO ATTENDS
ve have what they want. Recessional: "Joy to the retired a year ago last October ._ -- -.- and enables the county to )'eo.r. Condemnation of the needed
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HERBERT BRUNER (Brun-an'' World." I making "The Garden of : II01I ATltPOIir LAN) clstrlbute! literature about the Mrs H. M. Klelleld. program land will be pushed to obtain a''

Pharmacy' "We find Friday afternoon Christmas Eden" his permanent home He The county conimislon went I resources and attiactlons of this I chaliman presented Miss Sara satisfactory title for the State ROAD SESSIONCommunities
Ctnitiniittt/ ,m /page final',, / I parties will be held In each room built It as a winter residence In tin record Wednesday not to sell area, received $194383 Rollins In two piano solos and It was decided

I -- --- --- which the students have decoiat-l I 1''!:17, and has been breeding and any lots adjacent to the airport The county's agricultural fund Mrs. Garland Edenfield who The commlssioneis authorized

TUART VICTOR ed, and gifts will be exchanged exhibiting poultry as a hobbytor at the present time, rejectinga which makes possible the farm I sang: God Bless This Home and signing of deeds, according to : Asked to Plug II
PTA Room mothers and teachers mote than 40 years. purchase offer. agent and the home demonslra- "White Christmas." She was accompanied former agreements for purchaseof

I IN IN have arranged the affairs, His Leghorn, the "Oakdale Lel'NTY BOKD TO ton; agent, got $2,990.52. I by Mis. B. D. Fulton. Port Sewall lots\ to be held for Tourist Use of
i Farm Strain," came from the The poor relief fund which Mrs. Peter Steelman read an im- U. S. No, 1 !
Uildge The
IN N FIRST GAMEFNETSEASON STUART fo BE HOST ] MEET DlCEMBtll: ; : 31 approach purposes. .
'i original flock of Dr. D W. Young, I The county board will hold its seems unnecessarily flush In plesslve paper on "Christmas in deal includes purchase of lots I
I AT IRC TOURNAMENT White House, N, J", the pioneer next meeting on Tuesday Dec. times like these, got 276624. the American Home, pointing 1. 2 and 3 In Point St. Lucie I Rep Marvin Rowell, A. A. Hcneliy -

Stuart will be host to the Indian ) Leghorn flock In America, '; 31, instead of on Wednesday, The hospital fund which permits out vailous customs of Christmas 1 from James Steele and Raymond county superintendent of
IF F River Conference basketball ought by his grandfather from Jan 1, New Yeai Day. the county to make a sub and what they mean to out Decker toads and H. B. Kraft manager

tournament Feb. 21 and 22. Spain Until his death, Di stantial contribution toward the I homes. After singing Christmas 1, T. Ounhteison presented a I of the Chamber of Commerce
----- Principal Erwin Johnwick and Young was considered the great- ROTARY MOM MEET cost of operating the Martin carols, the gl'oup'eleumed Santa solution requesting the zoningof attended the East Coast Highway .

cleat Belle Glade 32 to 29 Coach Charles Kindred extendedthe est breeder In America, position Stuart Rotary Club will skip County Hospital, received $2.- Claus In the person of Mrs. Banner Lake, Hobo Sound, association meeting at St

in Hard-Fought mvltatlon last week at a conference now accorded Dr. Dennison. the next two Wednesday meetIngs 09052 I Stanley Kllchlng. who illstilbut- colored area which move had 'Augustine Monday.
Struggle I in Vero Beach Teams The show was held Dec. 11 -- on Christmas and New The airport fund out of which cd gifts from the Christmas tree. bren Inaugurated by a group of I As a result of the session, all
Melbourne Dec. 15 at the 8th Regi Veers Day payments are made to finish The hostesses Mrs. l I communities
from Okeechobee, Cocoa, through I Klelfeld Mobs Sound citizens, A public East Coast from
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Stuart Tigers basketball squad Vero Beach, Tltusvllle, -- -- ---- --- -- c acquiring ownership of the area Mrs. H. H. Thayer, Mis A. R. litailng, will be called to discuss !iFcmandina to Key West will be

>coed the 1948-47 season here and Stuart will play in the series, I Victorious County Vets To south of Stuart whole the I Clouts, and Mrs. Steelman served the proposed ordinance, a copy asked to cooperate In a program
.1.1, night by defeating Belle -- Wltham Field airport was con- coffee and Christmas I cakes from ol which Is published In full in ,''t\ Improve U. S. No 1 and Increase
;lade 32 to 29 In a hard-fought (tutilliitml/ un "lu!;i' !0)) I I u laee-covered lea table I 1 ("1 //l1i UK"i insl/ ,use,/ ;w/Mi /.out/ I'Ir IA i I' touiist traffic on tin
Gallic STUART AREA ------ _
(cutest; and will play Eau Everglades All-Stars I vital aitery
Play !
ere tonight In' a double-header __ ___ ,
maturing both girl and boys : .. *;::;.. f V" v.l. "
$ II
w ( : THE WEATHER
GROWING .'H, .,'"
cams. NOW Marlin county gild vets, victorious through eight straight games ..,.' '.
high-point man ic-oigaiiizcd Okeechobee City aggicgallon -.l.. 0 I'or the I'll' t "...k. x. .ree"IndInh" ,
Howard will
was I this season play a .
\ III"..", I'. "5. W..h.r lib...,.
for Stuart while McDonald car- known as the Everglades All-Stats-at 8:30: o'clock tomorrow night cur 11,11, .-\.rO.\

lea off similar honors for Belle METERS TESTIFY on the high school field "MERRY! CHRISTMAS"In Temperolur.( R..dlnr ,
Glade The game was close. I The local veteians defeated Okccchoboc both here and there M..o"'M., MehnurIlse. kIer.
(I' wt
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mining: Stuart 15 to Belle Glade In two of the hardest fought games of the season and anticipate i\ I'' .S 15 Ins
In Power Next Week's Issue of I".,. .15 10
14 di the half, and staying with- 119 1 % Increase an even scrappier contest Friday night as the Glades boys will return 10, 76 snee. tlsIlrr. .
HI a two-point margin up to final Connection This Year I II with additional players to strengthen the weak spots of the. ,..... 17 19 ..nIi
Last Is .
.ilmiles of play, I Over cattlemen eleven 4 THE STUART NEWS INCHES IN R 1NFALL t
Coach Kindred said: The I II With a self--llquldaling leucalkm project, Marlin county .. "Ii",.. u ...., ,ol I
a .
I of the ? Ia 1.18'
luscktball prospects look gaud' Electric melon, one ex-scrvlcemeu have contributed much to the cntei talnmcnt of ; : TO YOUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS La:: it! :. r
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1 community _
The squad Is composed of 18 I most reliable guides lor Stuart home folks and visitors Although, the football season officially 4' Our issue of next week will appear two days early on Tu<' day, ---- -- -

toys -Ed Howard Lamar Howard growth, point to ended with the Thanksgiving fray, the veterans will continue to Dee 21 the day before Christmasin order to enable you to THE TIDES
Wells and Martin county progress. recreation department in the athletic pro8111 -
the
Willard with city
Jim Conrad, cooperate
M Law, manager of the extend a "Merry Christmas" message on Christmas Lvc.MM f
I John
Kramer
Cck! Roberts, Emerson Florida .
Robcit Greene Barney OStecn. Stuart office of the A benefit game for the /school band Is on the schedule Or- Advertiser arc asked to please g"t copy to us Friday ando .. -w.s !
today ,
Uoyd Campbell, Bill Leach poe power & Light Co.meters, reported were inopeidtlon itaiil? itlon of a town basketball team noconfined\ to' veterans-I '" e Saturday of this week, or by Monday at the latest. This deadline ?$[! h lei'flah for .d week In.. rndll'g Mr bocouioi IoL Lu.k r '
Bow4 I that 1064 oiganized Coach Harris: Lowery and Coach Xt.nd.d. Tma
Quarinc Jim Pcttlt.Jimmy 1946, as Is being :'t\ also applies to news copy for next week's paper. ror olnl
November
i, Jerry McElfrcsh. Frank in I'son, who pushed over the winning 113 points for the mlnit.. tombLb ...d. 1 hour l55hminukl.
compared to 1,667 in the same I II unscored on record for the season today expressed lor loo,
Phone Stuart
Arthur 300
Matlicson. A: Hertel, to maintain an St. w, w I
month last year This repI'ebents I of Manager John Mann who has served as trainer A.M. PM. 1'M: f
Hmry, and Donnle Bowden I I Ptaise I ., 7
302 customers or nos. 2n 1:4d: tIGY taros ,
Some from last a gain of along with' the duties of secretaiy-treasurer for the vets' athletic I'.w I II 5,55 tl,4//, 15,1-. ,
lettermen cent, : m ', t:i& new: :: 5,5, ,,is 19,55, Ise, rr
19 i.//JJt.\- { ( :
Dick per : : :
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'I use of blows at 8:30: m, tomorrow night at I n.w U .
Roberts and Ed November Don't forget the whistle p. -JJ; ti;; J'' 9Al:01t ::1. 114l .
Conrad,
Jim cent gain in the L>oll,8A : 9.11 tide. tudn: .
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toward look like sure I 'Long taaa! snC j'
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'ill, ( \l.l M.,..10 1 A""r.od I dual.,. wheelIn. N". .... I" .. ', ,.. .". KCI damage. '.In/ principal"' I place of bualne.a I I"
.1, ..1 l r '"..". 'I.'' '," $.. .II.h ,." ",,'. \,,"" .. ''J' I -, ,, .' Largest Crowd of Season Stuart, Mrttln, County, Florida. _
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I IIle cAll' NOTICE { Civic Club Thi ,. .. n elSe. ,iiei.on.' APIW; TION

APARTMENTS FOR RENTllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIMIIilllllllllllll' l:,': ':':" ';I' I i "t t:".:" I":'''tlii.i: sl\ BELLEAIR HOTEL SELLS I In said b.ln., ... L. Bl'RNttlDE. ., fHo.
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.I lots of shopping to be done. estimated" at more than 5 ":, ,
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I ., Why not leave the Kiddiesat filled all seats and took FNSi Sale of :: ;;: ; impaled
>k. .". ." \ i h ".1' Nrk.t .1.1I 400. up St PI'Il'rsburl. ( I ,". '

I ".. Ie..". .. "' ... the Day Nursery where all standing room Tuesday night, ''hi. .Blltmore I IN THF CR'UIT COURT IN AND ...-,.' '." h.

I"I"I ,, I "I' '". "....' ,..... .1.-.1.I. l ;; l l ::;;;.;,. they will be well cared for a* the P T A presented a school. Hotel,IUXIl'Ious! at Bellenlr to a syndicate CHANCERY FLORIDA.IN ....In: .I",,":, ., nlst

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'""' >I. .I I l" will be free from .., ,
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... l--' ';t 1 n; .. I worry whether you are shopping Cl'ntl'l'HlIth ''lIlt)tsiset'cl last Saturday by Edt .'. ''''", ,,' : 'I : I
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... .J (1 I ,It \11 I II ",II... .i "I..". I I I'' ;, working, or at a party. the ; WriRlit owner. hAShES A. M.-CRARY. I ;; Mi \I"' "
\ .. .. .,,,,, point of session was 10'll'r :: Itt'nlcnt I >n I Iv I 15.51. ..nld I
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b' J ji m nIj t JfJ rim ,. I ,. . -- -- ), Infancy to Six year that Stuart high ..' jfiOOOOO( ) WrlRhi said. The ntwWI..S TO M.'RARS'IllE 51F5.tnfl4N'C.VIRS;: ; ( I\RIFI I I I h. ", I N J rS StI I y

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..h..".,., I ,,,,,,,., r ,I I'.,. .lm,,.,. .. "li' KI.--liliall:r.ur,, i 1..1.| II O.J. Box 684. covered In another story In ,'11'01\11.i and refurnishing. 'I Ju'MiHiy.torney.' on l 1547",.1.1.. I.;' Ihevenl( 22nd )',; ; 11"1"I", ,",.1.,,I.. ,",. .,. Flo
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'\ ATLAXTIC rot'RTAPARTMENTS 'I"n"'" d: ?"t!.1!MV i.., .., llvii..,11.1,1.Aipl. | >> r>..- i j i III today's IJlllle.l.tembtorll I 1.Ioytl.llIt'I'J'ini 1 K.u-l J K Abbott who has ownl'l. 'Ii .Ip .... ..h,.."I, ..I I I. ...k.h .. '. lt",n",,. mad
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a 1 .II. ". III. .. .. ...".... f.I.,,, ,....",."... II. "", ,,..blo I i, Lloyd UriTln publl.sher) of thy lulls will hotel. He I f''.,' four i-on.crullvi. w.k> In 'I he $ l xn'h'l, : 'ISh'
TUART FLORIDA -- .. ,. . I'. ,.,." Band." elementary' students froriKindes 111Ihl'/ ?IiWe. ",,.... ". r "hll.h.d. coi
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I 11111 M I- 11 J : : h'I'M. News was electedpresident 1 ,
,, ; hits the daleS of Mc Sin Counly. KlorlilH, .
WHEN AVAILABLE 11. T > ( .1,1. I ,1,,., ,fI'lt une through three" sang;.. loll 1llllnl) !rd I ''I"l,. ''r' :01 I II

C..i|>l..wl Furm-li.,1. IKu.kiW.T -,. AI.Idm. d.H.I.I., I...:_ ,;,-...I-:"". "1.1 l'I. N".-',.-,,..... s l..i.l..I. 1 "." ''' .' Christmas carol accompanied of the Florida Prep I January 10 I id..1.If. and Fish iMIiKKKii liny of. IKMvmK ill 8111'1., ', Ft. ] ( .. ( 1 u;
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\\ : FACET "' S. B. .'" I.'', I 1; I II., ., III. I I.I I" by Mrs. Harris Lowery at the I held In Mismfl I A. Cli-rk of Ih. riniill' "i, Conn:: "r 1 ''Nt 1
4 : :.;:, .. 't'_ ; ,; The were galls recently. C..uniy. )Florid.. 'Iu.hl. I ". ( fastordl
youngsters
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I TKLKPHO'E I a'I --- --- "H 'I Others officers elected were : I,If I'I. 1(1. Illlll nn.l. J,,". 2, I. IRe: ,
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Fitzgerald
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SALEIIMIIIIilllllllllllllllllUlliiillMlllllllllll I I. i it) l..h... : the OF THE WEEK : NOTICE OF INTENTION: ADVFTSNt Pal)
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III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111IIIIIII, II i : ,,, .,1 I I. '..:. :iW .. ... -,' with grade sang carols and the' 'Bnrlow second vice president. NOTf.: |1M It'I '. I .' I ANt' TO I'' ,
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,. high school band and high "I 1 think now I'd better give upI ,, t 1,1'

1"", \I .I.I I. I;, 1 1111 -ai.- Ii..i .,,, ",' --..,..I.I.m.II.. -.... : : ',': :': :':';:::' ;' : '' ;:' '. :,:::: ,I :' ::-0'; ::: : school mixed chorus gave Christmas i|I News.n\issell\ Tempo Kay. Florida was reelected Newspaperi SI" '- I lolf.'Itlllld 1 rickrm New I I',.t h.I"141..'t lA.or.H wil rI .,'.,1..00. "I.h,, 1.,1', ., '.'t.'h. (( Iv in,, I "

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That Good Grow : \: : : ;: : ; : ; ; Wendell Waters, band Instruct I .I' I..jn. I Ilu. '
I. 'j i ,.', I ., S t.. JI."I'\\.I. :>'I"d. .... I.... III arc: .liliix 5 ) tiff" Hollywood !111..110 I ; (hut pnrllc.. I Inu-ri'.ti-d"? I. ,
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WILSON TOOMER I "ItIU; I"'." .eh ..h. "" ""h.'..,. I II' I" ,."" P -... ,. f"I' I t Rave i Edwin A. Mennlnger(; New. ":'nt'; ('i'.r/ilai'iliun/ u/ 'lias/ t Pnraliur. i rolow.. iiRt'EGFR. he I.Ii. .. enl

,1": ". ", ... ,1,1,.. ,. u I 1,1,, "....,1. r ih..t.l t tit band will put on a drive for ''Stuart I ; uf tic F.-,II,'k Si'ru.' "I", .5'' S'l, ''Id. IK FM I > .I, tin
FERTILIZERSee ,., Luther Jones Herald .
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instruments In the near 2G.LECAL i
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Dlilp Olade Rose Balfp, .,
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.l I nlMl Ax- I I. tI i !\1.( "r.-.M stating that the pupils
All Kinds of i i inure
Us for ,,,to "I -. .. .,,,1, ,,,' .... ''Rrdland District News. Home- NOTICE 'ith
Fertilizer -. '",I I., .. .." I I... ",, "Arh, .. ,It. I. t.. ;'1'';';;";"; ;;' ;; ; ,1 ire practicing on worn-out 1. 1----- --- .. I I,. ;on
cad' Fred Orv Western Newspaper I
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equipment : 1,1" I .
KALPH ULMER MOTORS ,. --,.. ...- ',,, : OFFERED Union. Ocula : A. P. Cooke, I FICTITIOUS NAME .. I : II.tn
,ll : 11.4. a." "" "I I II I : ReireshmentJi were served. NOTICK IH IIMlr.HY C.IM-.M thai, I ,
Phone 9141 1 ,," ,, ..",,, ., ,.., .."III ..:,,,1 ".. Courier. Plant City ; Marl! Hold- I DIRECTORY ,,d,rl".1. I ,undvr I he |i..o,Mon. ." ',. :
,, .. imiiiimimmiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiimiii :Next! P'1 A. Mosslon will be on .... .01 ,
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Old Dixie Stuart 1'111// IIH 1 1(1 1'I \li\: I I. II..1-' ,n, ,1 Jan 21. with Asher Frank. State I IH4I. will ,.. ,.1.! '", siht|, | 'h. Ik, J. "
I' .' I ,. I I .1 I' "." I... \. >. ,., ", I tr. Nt'NI'\\' Smyrna' I"'h. ('I 1., Court,. I f", (SI., '. ,I.
;, : --r':1:; : :; : ;,;:. -, .., '" ,. Safety, Director and RoscoeBrnddnck. FIRST BAPTIST ..,.t MorldH., upmi,, ".0, |ilit. of ::, = .' 'I'I'I,''I :, : 1eM
; !Bach( : Eugene! s. Matthews jr., Ak.pn ACIC5Its' a.
11111111111 It..11.11. '!:IIIIItlmUtJII1"I : : \ ", I"I the Belle:! 31 r piibllrlillon, .thl s..n,11 I.e. i ho ""- :
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-mTicmf'u < Olacle STUART HOTEL .
< \I. \. .." I...." .. ) t tii.'ri; :\" Times. Quinry."TICilKS \ "II': I S,y.,.i.I i. Srhoulu "0"I.,, whtih l w,. will ,.", ,. In bu. .. l' '' ilza
,,10, ,. ',. '" ..,,,,,. -. "We are distributors for 'O huh's cattleman I on 1 the pro- I! -- I II I :'"''" ,. I M."J. M ,,r.lllp, ,.,: ...1"1. I I Imtlnic .,, 'iirlnrli' .! pi l.""-v",,r .. I, I ;in. I ,. ilrwMen
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I 1< .., S' uhile. intrete floor I base bath rh. t:it IMIUI .r (.bu, 81, ",.". Marti, ,, County, .. b.lo.. '. I ,i.., ,I'' ,
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Southeast Wheel & Rim I\SKtTB\I I. 8" ll".. 'h,' hiirrf.li.il,' / i .>id ,",.1"... I: 1C, ,- ,
clean .
I, > J lulu \\atcr filter tu runty - -- .5"I, 'n. t:".III", a.,.hl.. 1..1.. :: (Iv- :
h''" ", -, Company Jacksonville !e'Ipr..nL'l I K i I'OK 46 47Dee. A "s..my. I. m.i.tu.isoJ' I I.. tho .hsy.b I ( I.IHIIC I) Mryl'AHK. lIllIAN I .. pe
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Ii !water.>: itif Water lunks.tank ktepiiinic for suIt Hunes.I and carry a large stock of FOOTBALL TEAM 1 ) 18-. IJcHe! (,ilndo: Hereilrls Cs tho,'",."'....1...,..tho. c.,. ul yhsidn' dsr'',, \,..\AI',. 1..1.nnd' Th UlHS,',-, nun.N ,,"1t\other" ;1[ IS. ,.::",;I I ,AF

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." I"" t wheels and rim in our store I Wrd.md.yI i on. I Inl.-rv.n-d in 'l.iii.lnn' t 11II

.'. I !Storm and leak-proof construe- service ( and lioyiDee. I ::5.5 5. h. MI..w.k p.......1... Cl.lrMildl' U. !.- I.AnF It..a"...,.,.,I:I '
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tlun.NO ]Ul-r.au:: (iallie Here JII.I.IAN I'AIK I' ,
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-..------,------. : tK.MK.NT: 1 BKKKS extra wheels and rims." .1n.\" and: "B" Te.iniK; F.LDFK C. R. OAKEn. Pulot LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I'0,0..1"I, ,.", ,, 11

Humphries Tire & Jan. 10 ('lew Isttm There, ". .)'- IN THIS CIRCUIT COURT' IN I ; ", ,v>
BOAT FOR SALEIn ''J. \\t-mieshdmer, Port Sew all I Ill, :ol( '. m., P-unday. Rchocl. FOR MARlIN COUN1 'f "" h
Appliance Co. Url", and Roy 11:00: 5. m., lp. Y. : ..: I
I 11\: \:\( I.L KKPORT.: FOR MO'hl'a' .0. I IN ChANCERY i. i
need of 25 ft. by I j Phone 139 .,.,s ',. ,"K, 5 ..'I.,' ..",.. m.o'I'a' I"I.t'uttIiA>l( K. I KKMIIKHT. .. .1', ,II, : lap
repairs, P. 0. stuart( I'l.KIOD OK' Jan. 14-O|>*n Date 111 ... ""," .1..1 I .
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# S ft. deck cabin Gray Marine I I Fort Pierce, Florida .'III I. 1H4IJ I ec-emlier 16. 1)1S!) Jan.; 17-Open Date: W.d; '".,.au.y-, I I 1".ba.] til: II 01'. .IIlnl."I..1 i i ifriend. : I l..t-' i "
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i :Nov 28. Dec 5. 12. 19. J. : p. n pr.y.r me.tirw 14 in, I
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4 ,l ngine, $300 or the highest -- .-- IN( OMKBilanco ; Jan. 21- Tt. Pierre There I ,. I :
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bidder, Alto one factory rebuilt 1 ilk VI.H l ... ,1.1.1, Ind.i ..t .i, ,. HAVE YOUR TIRESRECAPPED ; on hand I (,iii-ls and Bu>li CHURCH Pot 1..11 OF COD FRANCFS 1.ANO. N WiIw.iflyfattels, :) l I

Dodge engine with all i ,i. ,"ll .him.l .'" T*" 'It,..uk'< ... ... July 1. 1H46 $1.202.90 Jail. 21-:Mrlbniirn. Here R... W. F. Brown. 'a.lor ., .1.. I II :. Lot1 I"I.1 I

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marine conversion, one new $2.184.'OCiiinr'neea : (;irls and UII)& Church School' loA.) M. I NOTICE TO APPEAR 11.I.I
Gale Receipts
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phone
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One of Florida's Longest | II u'cluck 1HK '
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Lxide heavy duty 12 volt bat. .. 195.00 Jan. 28-Vero Reaeh Here hgnd.y. Nil, T inFrlduy I !rI1U I 55. H.OHIIIA>\ KI.M:Ih tJ: OR : ... I 11. I

,- list price $96 both for ''lnll-'U.I I I I ]lu, Kain-liiHl compkt-. Established Firms. ".\" & "B" Teams Nuhl' Sic:, 7 ::10 Land, ,"..1..55 of ..,. u ." I ."
Ey. .sl"ol" on Tickets 262.95 > ," |I'ik.| H. K. ,
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I I. 'I',',I II ,' .ht .nd Ih"'M".1II Our 13th Year ]I NKW: AI.HANY. ... '
.500. be Jackon' ., ,,, There ST. JOSEpTrS IMHANA. AMI.
:> May seen at I M.' ,'. ---1 ,11,11111111 tkrouhi.. Gilts andDonatlo's Jan. 31 -( avail CATHOLIC AIL I I'NKNdVlN'' HKIKS.:I ,
I II I i.. .t. \". ii... ","I l ulrpliinr., Twent'> Job Guaranteed 71 llevcland Ac..... iKANTKKK; \ : 'I.,' '.
Boat Yard. ., '.. Every 175.00 ( h1'IN and ISltt T. J.5 ('IU.IIT.II AMI '"
-" hulldl. 'I ""'llr- hi",' ( ..K! Alr. f" : KAKV. I lAHI'IKS r... ''h. I I .

Jensen Beach I.,.. .,U,,.., ,I Il ", ,,, ,,,.. i All SizesHUMPHRIES Other Inci me 1349.09 6,57254 J'l'b.H.. Pieces Here I.. Ma.,tU Inter" Kunday,,: t.u.: : I I'MiKH, : OH( ,( iT"k 11 14.IIII'it. ; : I I! ..,.,....,.,, .,,. ,.,

Ask for KroegeriimniiiMiimiimniiiiiiimimtiiiiiiii -- TIRE | ---- mrlk and fI"i.vsFeb. I W.I. < I" :In rnII. I (I-KIEASKII.'51 COHPI.HA1, Is TO All.I\ : (:($ !I ,'tt'.'"'", ,.

I lilt SAIl "....... .ill. ) ",ntboard,, m.I.tI. Tutu! Income $5,309.04( $0,572.54 !5-C.oco.i: Here N.".'....Filda, > of .ii.-h., Xh toil.dul.l, 7:10 Bo.d.y.: am. CI.AI.MINd ANY IOSM INTFItrST ; 5'..u'lh., ..
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1ISIr '.101..1'i i II' II. .. I'I..III.. I'I DIMtl USKMUN1SOutstandliiK :: (,irls and Itoyiif W..k doe. rn 5,50 .. i MjLMlWINO I : $. ,I': .
Phone 139 | m. ..
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I I UKM.I' ,,.,.. 'a elei-lrlr, I 111., ,..I,,,', r I' SPECIAL 200.75 "A" & "II" Team EPIsCoPAL I 4, Town.hlp : ...ith.: Kam \ 1.1151('.> ''I! 'i I 1'1\,' 'I-h'SER'.
: Guarantees SEVICE 41 1isT
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I It. LAWN MOWING SERVICE Olllcinls 24500 feb 13-Vero Beach: There"A" SI. M.,.'. 11"0' County, "" I I I" ,'n
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POWER LAWN MOWER i I .federal Tax 430.04 ; i;: "n" Team nr.V. R. M. hKNTOM.: M.A.. Rector Sht h. .I ,II':" Ill
TOYS TOYS TOYS 1 II.U KAI r M..k.l. *5. 7 .Nor.et.ov.-i : 'r.. ,1'' h.h..n h..h', .. ,. '
Ill",.,.. "..".I, .. .11.. ." molO .I'h' .h.." HAVE YOUR LAWN CUT 672.44Express Feb. 1 II'Mrllmhrne: There' KIHI."|., : I,"' i I., th.. Ci 1.,11, C'rI., I. aed I.. .M. .un'. ', \ "
I fI ,,,. I,..S.. .. o.I. 1'.11., P.'c.. .. I Camp Expanses '. -3U \. M. Communion ,tI,, ..Uh., ",,,",do, i I" t h"....5.. .,,,'. 8ea r
This year we are carryingone 1 lI."tt.' I .. .11...1 V..d. "sh.r"... ,'II REGULARLY AT and Girls, and liny I 1.411: A. M. (I..I( ,,,'h ",'ho.1 p'l'iis, 1 "...'1..1. J'I.s"s' hy h. e h" 11\ I ("''I." ''I''' '
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of the I III< "U, I ,sr hml.i." I I'hllruHmuire ..... REASONABLE FEE TiteUKe! 48.43 Feb. 18-:Mrlhniirne, I H,',. ,'"nmu.lnn.Uth. 'h. sb,.,. "'ttisis' ",... s5. _LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT.

I I.",,,,,.,I.. '..ll. sshig. ma'hl". I I CHARLES H. JACKSON Tele &Tele. 20.01Tnp (i and Uo.vn .. S...,i., .. MurnlliK. l'rny,r.7Jll po.., if removlim,, < louda. end f.( ,..>>
h''.'',','' 1 Ksli.PI...n.K..'1.11' C.mIi.li, ..,. : I'. M. Y.unii, 5'55.I., ". .MeilltiK.Chilatma. IH'M'I .h. ''. ,,"'f- .1uld.' .1.1"" ,. NOTICE TO 'PPEA
LARGEST AND MOST I ,'' CIIIUK. Apt., "' K.: 4th Ml '." ''. 80 West Third St. Expenses 153.00 Feb. 21 & 3'i.-hnihiissi: ItixrrConference ,. ?,o ,ai.5 |iaada .s,5 ....h > ,

SELECTIVE STOCKSof .I.' ."1 r !Illif./llr' I.,.. k.-,'. Offl.-e I Write P. O. Box 485 ., !I Janitor TormaincutHere, ; ALl.W..I.nd. SaINTS ur hereby,aid Vlwld"'o"u'.I..o, to' (file',..",,"cith| l'"Ur'"thZTlet/i.u. h.. ..CI.II1.. .Iu"d.cu", "'I I.I.""d'0"FaR

"' -'- -'-- Services' 108.00A.sKoelulion I I .
Toys in Florida. < Iil[( M.K: : (5., ."., b"...l,, 42 III.. .it. -';-: -- I-; ; ; Th.. ..l. iisthy, I,, ...h rnIh.I' :' 1111'I, 'by .'., ccitt.eaee.e.a' > : M rt'M'K'' M,
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We still have many of the I ,.. I,, ,nilh.w.l. fD.OOIi( ("III See I ."|.I'.II ,, "I ,' II. Fees 38.70 (;is'ls ;and nUIa'h )'" 'It' oft... fb., m'llh ..Id i I t'I.h!, ,a.r,.?'a, K. "'""HI"l'I..r., ."
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hard to get items in stock ; i. : 'T Ir-.t.I'hlld ...... I -'- -- -_. - Disti-icl TuKi-n.i- UiURC LU.J'I'tes. site ,," "" "I" ur '
I I I SAI.K : l> R i.iliin.inurrd :: : :: I II Insurance 75.CO :\ (i ) Hoy. W. G. Aidids.. ; : ( ...
1..1. threIn. ,.
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such as .11-rlne., flood, I aI..i..I! .< TRI'RIIES. .15.1... .t..yk.g., k",,.. P.01W I Refunds 12.20 incutv.\ From" Slu.irl bp.. I', IIES.-IK I Ml'qq I I ,
I I ",| I" .led, ine hundred hniir check. < olind I"" 'I':, 0 ", Iu, s.'hI., .,
".." yellow. trim." Price Mlme.n. ,, I ski.u. .t.. Stuurt bruit. ('.,p. II 92.31 I"H, .. ('h'I"m.,, .. c's "ItIIM. my hand and 'Ihr aol I..r. .I'
TRICYCLES WAGONS Ii .".1.. 01 ..1. II.... P.t: ('...., Ait s. ." ,. ......".................. .. ................ Laundry -- -- -- I I"u..'.n. ''',''J''I.' 'WOpy M.vlco.. Th.p. jald 1'01.1., at Slim' ",. ....,I.. 'hi. ., ... I Nt' II.. I
.'I.,,.,.. ....Iol.. i mini ii minium iiiiiiiiiiniiii ii miiiiiiI Medical ntii: ; snow nUt KIDOUS; : ". T. lo at day of llorembrr... I 51,5., : 'I.' .t.,,I, ., ,: II; II'
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DOLLS CAP PISTOLSand I 11-, U IllMKI'I.ANKK _._ ,I ANNOUNCEMENT | Expenses.. 78.33 AT I.VKIC 1 S.\rnD\T! A. :)h. '":'l, ,p ,n.. I'h,' aiHiunl,,, |....yni.li." by ( ,cull, (ast' Heal I J rf'. N,."". I '
I 'I he h...I.. "I l "5 Ihe Men.iiiir byIn J. R. I'tMF.tloy : : :,:. 0: ;I 5?.. 5II'I' ;!
; HIM HALK PipnnI ., ., I'u" .,.', I Uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiimiiiiiimmiuimiiiii I .... ., As l'I..k "I 'the Cit., ... I '
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other items | Mlacel1 s." t h '.., """ M" ".
too numerous "....l"S..",...."...,,, Ii. I ly..mit.g ...",.1"".,... ......, I.. \. .Arbogast Lyrle Thieatremanager "luu..nl.. ",1.1 ",,' .,.. I".a. 10' ). (I",",,ty. ."pllda. ui *,,' N., .. I 1 J' .'
.. .. .., :\ ? lSiIi' : S. 'jiI"k I 'IS I .1. I laneous .. 1583.32 W.d h. f
to mention I I.I 1 l lull hour ia.i.| I lion 11..1 I I \I1. i ti"n: : : : Sly 1', M. rUNS, .
,Kit, ,ii., ( ul.r ',,1.... "....I >,-ll,.. T".-U ,. .. .%.. I.,.. ."..... .I, .,, I'.I..l' .. I N diving a (hrislnus: FIRST l'RESiIYTERIAPI EVAN CMAHYlori.ey I I. ,. "" M I ,1". d.,.. ,
Drive byHUMPHRIES I hir-d. ., |. and fifl, > di.llui.. Kn.ellent: ,, ,plnn-. .. .1". "" .1 "II. ......, '- Martin th. Woe,.,'. A" .. for Plaintiff. sciI'.5.. k. .
.. gift to : cuunty Club \
,, .. ."". ".." \I. """" ,' ". ., : youngsters I. M"uhmh,.. .'. '10.
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r 'i.I.i" h-p flyinii tint.- Kii.lI : ,,. ,., ,,. ,.. ... Total C. A. a Ia. in s a.,. I5ii. !
I' I ?.t! Air' MITM.IMliinit.. ,.,, .. Kluildn.' .1010. ", to >h. < I. in the form of a free RI. Carrie), P.'o.I ,0 ,""' '' I 1.b \
TIRE 11. l > 'inI I."" ... "" It Expenses 6227.37 6227.37 I h:1, : ,,. m. Siinduy, ., ., hu.l, A Pent.. ---iC L-ADVETISE .... 0,55', ., .esal'S''
--- -- --- Saturday morning, matinee' at I ., ,.h, .
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r .., B..I".. 51,41.. sad h..llh I.m.nto. Balance on I" :(il lii u. Sermon,, The COURT, NINTH I .I.hnl I I. I I" n. .
& APPLIANCE CO. I < il" -AI.K: 111. ft. I i..I 111,1 "lx I 10 o'clock. ": Two I Inrnina.Ifolm. CIRCUIT OF ".Ins. ,' ..
: : :: ; : Individually d.. in.d and m.d. for .., ... FLORIDA IN AND .. ",
!? am in, > llnl, r llnaii ,.,,. ,, you Hand $ 345.17 S l .I.; I i In i'hrt.t", "('5.1,5 MARTIN COUNTY. ,. wnu." "II"' b"
,''h ,' .11. IInil,,.,,, April, I IVII h ( u-," by SpirolU.I'or "I cave It Tn Blondie" slut 5.1. .. In. MWomuir,, Clubr. .O', Sti .. ,I patti'
; Fort Pierce i > ,T II ( -?*!I. Hul. .. SOIMM, Fin,, free I figure! ilim>iio>.U call Erwin F. Johnwlck "The Hare" ill feature 7 ::11, ,' .> >.' ".n'h, 5"I"' "'' ''.01.' 51T : No. ...,, .hu., .". ,",mitga'l'
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As Soon As Possible Treasurer S.H S. Ath. Ashoc. C li, M..i..iy... 5';,....psi, .. IIUAIII li... IIMIS' I I. ,IS.' I 1.cnf''
:.Mrs. T. C. Kilo" Irs. I'liune Stuart the I',...10 S.t.i.. ,,", .',.,",y ..". c.pli., .1 1IeATtN.i y pys. u". I and h.hl.5, ,''". l,un"
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I- Illiiiiiiiiiiiiinimimii.miiiimiiiniiiiiiii 111111111111111111111111111I1111111I1111I111I111WANTED Ilrltlrlll. 1h'I., I\1 I
3.W'f I 1--- :Massager Arbogast ha. nU .. ''h. ('on.ltl""n "r Ih. R.st' ..' I ,...I:
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for 3 m. Wednes Kr.V. .IUA. I Il'u"I" wl.hl il1''
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iiiiiimimiiiiiimmimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiLarge, $ nith, in," hiUmia., .h.pilr.| M.. I da)'. Highlight of I the week'srpecial ::4r> f. m.. Sunday. Mcho.. .. I ... ", "I' a."."' .

I...,,",,", ,,, Jhii"in,.. ,.,. .. K: "II St' I'h.Mi1,1..I,. .1I. niimiimmiiiiimmiiiiimiiiiiimiiii : I niogram are' listed in II :110. Moinlnir, Monhlp.PRESBYTERIAN iSlE STATE .w ..OIJA.' I .
New Selection ...
PROFITABLE WORK :Miss Chairman .
Ii" I'iIlllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll j Myrtle Dyer I "r h. '
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FOH MEN the ttsday'sNra' ,
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II \:>'1'1' A"" r" """ *lIh "h..1 IN JAPAN I ,' I.
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NAME.ONCHRISTMAS I."' I I. ,1 Ii I 1' .01 I \ '" "'" County Red Cross received" Ti W 5' 'I'll "Ch. '
.,,,','..I ,",I lI. ..... ...hilt1:\ ,-. rc....",. I '1I'I.'' M a |I -- -- ----- RBV. E. C. YOUNU, 1..10. : ,/p'nopYk-l Y 55 w'NERsV (n,." t..I" vi." b,
",.' <" I', I '"''' Ylll'K I I" .,. ,, ;,, t.h, .::.: 1 _" ,,,., .,.,, letter ( his week from !Mrs. J.Cai'llle 10 >. m., School I"AUIS." : U'IIZ .NA ANII .. Iotl. M !''.'' '
; CARDS -- 1'1. ,.,, ,. ,", .I,.. .,", h M,,.,.,,I.. .,,. I '" adminILstrator 1947 YOUTH WEEK 11 ,too a.m.Hunday Mornlnit, wor.hlp.' OR CLAIMING ITH'. I<' .ld ,,, i.I. t R... PO"ro,
a i.lLU, 'I.." HlNi 14..Ii ",,,,.,, .I.... ., 'rb. .. II.. ",. .". ... .",, I.,.",,",,.,., hi' I I',"". Martin. Assistant I! 'I, I II I U; IsiS ISn.IHWr' : ANY' ..."", "., ,."I...1 I '.. "
.11,.. ,..I I.. "h. r. I.11.11,,,,,1 I .i.. ".. ('..11 ,III.,,.,.,.,.,. I..., ",.I,,,.,", ".", I.... '..' "," .. "". of Volunteer Special SET FOR JAN. 26 CHRISTIAN' SC1FNCE SOCIETY OP '5 It 5t11: At' 5(1.5': hss sly IN lh nl rn." "" I ..1. .nd .u!
Ordwr Now To Be of delivery 1/1', I '"",,,,,,,,,,,., IIa "tiIl..I. ,, .I I ,.. STUART BY 11U i; slash: SItIAIit5 T5It': 114"ANn: u.l. lr Ih. I" '" ,,1, L.llI. '
sure I..I.y' 'Ih' ,,, ,", ,," ', ,i I Services acknowledging MISSD'er's It Is expected that 10.000,000 E-.s 'I 514 rua, OS' ..1" u'I "
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In Time for Christmas A"". I I. I. \ I I....,"...I...",.. 'h,,I ,"", .1", ,,, } :: .'t..,... :, :,.,:;rl:," .:.; : .:..:. I'.:. :,;,: of 11 a. m. I hu.h FUOrh. 'S'n._ ;II'A'' :' ," OK' THK HTATK: :: OK 5 H.iiri'AN'1 : : : ho.1. .d."., r:."Co" I
shipment 500 undl'l''shirts I'I'I ON .
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..,,, ...,1, ,, f'd.' /... '"'' .r young people States tiN .., .."1 "
.\,,,,,., ". ., ..,,, ....",. I > :; : : ""..,,,,, m..t ,,,,,I "".1 ..,.. and 75 capes for infants and Canada will participate In ", .tN'' (TV.''K IIIK,IN Tl : HTATK: Hu..,, 14'.'" 'II"d. o",'
,i.'Miiinltli., .ii.". deteh.i., ,I ,in 'ihl LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT A .ltl.\, SUM HrKKIN.W ..... ."..1; o
TilE STUART K I II'AIII:: 5,11s.s ..t ..,b'K' ...... ,, ,.,.,,', "..... 1.hl.hlr., .",. h..1 Ih.'.'"." ,. 'to be used! for foreign relief.Mrs. the observance of 1947 Youth .I : PARTICIII.AKLY Ol "" ,. ..I''' I:: :: f
NEWStf.. 1\\ HI".I 1'lumbl"K and M.III W..k. \\,1.1, .. ( I.....I.. ,I..I., '. ."It Martin said "Please congratulate NOTICE (1IH.f(Ill TIl I lIE: IN ANY WAY : ::, ': .,:'liI81: ,, ;\ : '
!'.nc.. I'hOD. 1011. if and bail. ,...k. |,r'..."iV,' m"..- Week, January 26 to February 2, Nolle.hcr.liy, .5.| .,, 'that .the an.niial 'I'SII'.IltIly: : .n ..M '.'
.hole.f pa.tlm. than I I. .nj.iv.d' I l h> I th.'I. your volunteers on this 1947. using the theme: "Youth l meetliiK. of Ihe .t..khulo. of theheV.r.rlio"p"rt.i..KKi.'i.iiu' ,\ sal .oI, ..I yes. .ha Slat. .ahl I. ..f 'umnl.I", ,
imiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiCKKICK ..:.,,;CC .. :: tl: ham... ( ,, ,, 101.' ulhr<"."'h ho Slate' Attorney .. IP 111
.- -- FOR RENTIllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllll H.h, ".......". ,i.sy faA' .""". "..mo.. splendid achievement." The shirts Shaius: The Christian Faith, the : ;: ;:: : .. Judicial. Clr.," of Klorliln.. h 8.mth..,; :.. .,
.'011 I V ... tr..d... r". lIuhl.. ,,," k a 4 | II. I b.... ,I.yi.' ,...11.."..i .....11..1 .".. end capes are badly needed right .., Hlh A. !>... IV4H. ,In 'Ih. kanklim I I..treby reul.-ed| I lo appear, befor. 'I.rld. "
,,', ..".d ,,, ...v I".. k T.hy.. K'h d.n..I.'sry.If..I' ."nd. lo.la ,, .v """ Christian Fellowship. Special "u.,, ,t.., : For 'the pu.".".. of eleclinc u .1-i'orM. ., 'ha 0<""'t """". 'In *""" (... .1 M.I
3 U iienerou. rellremrnt, "plan, make 'thiI'lipoilutilly now. and we are sure they will cervices are being planned bothIn siO.I' Ih""I"I on tho s.f .r Novomh." 1I
'I.I(1kI.' : <: 1(115 A l'I.An TO LIVE: vh"oil r'b" !) H. 551,1 l a't o'rioca""n "fore'n'wm .. 1
"...,. ,..1 I Imn..I.. ,.u..I.... ..r. I loo Rood to mht.. be gratefully] received." .uo t I..n.a.: ,, ,, ,... .. 10100 th. Co"" Icj 1R rOMEOY. ,
Mt.i." Individual churches and in .
.CHAIIIH. : W. I.un o..n'I"' "'". ,.11,1,, "," ...r..h". ". .,,,.....,.. M., .. Yotinv, men who ran IIt'r:. "pr..cilh..l. I II U'.V p" ,.eli ''1 Rm''ii.I.fp. ''h. te.Rls.' ', IS nd.. show ,"el.. .. If any you I,.,.. ..h h.k of ''h. .ul I.
"o'k .I .IV.I I .nd .1..I.ht .h.I. ,, ...... ndaida.I an.l who 5 y.-ni.., ---- community-wide rallies" and "'U.\.tNHIN, prayer of h. Petition fll.il I In .
.. I iluhi' I Iniiiuh I Kate your money. It doe.n'tJoin .. .. hove t"p.d.,
In m.h".a. sd w.I..llt rnl.h. Ihk.I ,.,. "tI".d" I .4. HlvUivl.lon "... .5y 10'' .,..hy. _. I'cahle, .lt.d c.u.. .hould not b..5.4 ,. .
... .... .. I Ihe U.S Ar.ny andn WITHAM RESIGNS AS centered of ? 55 ., \. "'
"hal .u.d whil. .h. .lcUee ,, .. ,. fS'hsni..di I nl' lim. ofiMImiin. "' forums on building; 8.LEAL and icfundlnabond' th.r.ln d. I.. n. 1
.. c"n.ph I.. St..n'l N..*, Orrlcl. "" .fuluie at 1 th.. .n 'lime'profe.Mion 1.111.1 I ,Iriiliililu',, ,. ulvon bef r. '"'' and .. ,
.. .. SERVICE OFFICERThe ADVESTISIMENY
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S. 1.lv "' .nd i I. Christian character and citizen .h u'ho.'o. -
I'Ift AI.{ lIIldlms,; i-nullmiiMii.:; ; ;;;;;; : Will A. ..,.,,.,.. ..11) "r 1II."m." ..mIt.iwh p., 1 Inn- from, II. H. G.l full. .., ..iI. '" 1 ADVERTISEMENT I I..n. l LEGAL
,,.u .11 ... hulf i f tht d"IoI.l, i wall ,. .I. .. ,It.,. Il..fl h..w..n ''h. .... ...tli Aimy' KiTriiltlnv HtntUin.. 7114.7111, ConiUldK. ",.", ship.F. NOTICE .<"'",. ..11 5 "fu'ndln. "und'/to" TO REGIS
1,1..,".. ,I ..on. .o.. r.'m., II.. 4 .c... 17 ..... 'II ( ,,. I..I' Arm Ii..r..i. ,.. W.'.. I'ulm' Ii..... h. It county commission Wednesday OF'FICTITIOUS INTENTION TO REGIS rER """" h. l''ll".n.' ".''n. for .. & OF INTENTON ; .

pr "., ,..lldinit. .....) half ?. .11. A''... InK stall..", ,I... ..litin..t. d..Ii.. NOTIC" h. IlbitEily NAME on "" ll of Martin County. In ) :y 1 M ''h' ,
.. ,. ., hum. ... accepted the resignation J. KICOU UNDERGOES! OlSEN .h.t thy stile, of Florida.\ In th. avvreiat TJ1\
.tr. I .k |Ir" C 8 iitiiry Sbfr. ?1I.7" I "n. jjld. \hIt I'.Im 1I.'h. ,'nIomls.td. ,"t.t'r tho S h \ '
,'n,. nnd bOth "1'.1.. J. w..... I.,... IV. .MOOSE NOTICEMembers cf Ross Witham as County Serv- OI'EKATION IN PALM (1.pt.r M.'i. 1.... 0' p.ovl.l..n.11.514.. Act.0' pI 124.000.00. to b. d..I"n.I.! datid.I lniI:: :. .: 1r ::
.h.Io..,.r I 1'. ,I 8..11. I. C). Sh..I.I.N' :: ECI or 151 I. sellS l.umbe.d In denomln.I. .nd, : '. .
"'. I h'". G. U. IS.t ('(J\lI'U;' iyii''I; : / nvwly r;- ice Officer. "There Is not enough E. J. Rlcou Stuart pioneer who I 555 .,.I.o, and Ih.ft.Clerk 01 I Id.5'5555. .faIl, : County. Eta "r : : d :I

.4..1' mp".. .".'lm..I. .a.ii. wishing to contribute work to Justify my time and has been In St. Mary's hospitalIn .. CI.,1') "u..I., ","n ...Ipt pI M..t. Uund.: .Sit A Road. and Urldii. H.lhdl. : :::: ,55 ,"
t tOK 'AlI. Fl'..i,.l..-. wo d... Ivnglh .1.1. 5.s" 11i..I. AI''II..n..... ,ii puuiication. or int. nolle., pr H.rl | 47. d.M ) 1 ; : : d' this :
1m pin.,, cud, $IS : ,.".d I "7.r.0 il.. 55 ('1"1...,, A... .if to Moose Xmas Fund kindly salary" Wltham said. A Vet West Palm Beach tor two .. .m. : th. llcil- IC.?. ...d I to 54. Inc-lu.lve. til
llvn t < V. H. II, 5l.lin.. llo 15 t.PALM. d..nI..lun pI SlotS ..'b. and GATE I ::;
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Iliibi .o ,,:.l: (, FOE RKNTi: KIn.water:: Aparlme, leave their donation at my of erans' Administration representative weeks underwent an operation I .m ."... W'h! ", ..)' I. 167. .nd ... s :' c iDHI. :' '
---- completely .renovvled, choli-. locution will be at the court house FicrIds Shot 55. a! CI.,. |In.....' .I'.pabla a.ml 1y OP I s.a : : ii.tI" .
.'011 :4AI.E" :: Mh.hlly .....d.Alii 1.11.,".... ..,. tit. I.."'i. Itlv... 'limited. ........y. by fice.Otto Tuesday. Relatives reported this bs.Ist.'.. 1 I. a. 5,51cm.ety let......5 Ih said neat d.yIoWu. ., .,,.01 E.bt.us.r. Sl,4h05V, : 1..1."
,.., Ii.hl" ....1 141. 1 545. Ihi. ....k 'Iheodore 1 b.hoo Hun ph...,. Kubin. Next door to Stuart each Monday to attend to routine morning that he Is "doing wellas .ach you.. at Ih. I 5rn.atrs I. ''ha .party oil"'
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I' a l 4 5. I4.b 14.,01 I l I I. .01. News. problems of veterans. Pete 5'i., .11- sold Mr> "' "' "" bd.v" ,

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> ,I, JLODED IN m I'I' I I n:Miami the 1.DC-3 f FNS Douglas I Passenger Bkvltaei,?,?) -People You Should Know- BANQUETTES" : "Messiah" To Be Presented Here THREE COUflTYFINANCE !


oj Skyline. Inc which ,lIaufUlr- O 7 OClO=====O O--------v_ _____AA__ H. LETTERMEN Dec. 22 At Methodist Churchfor : PLAN
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\, SERVE UNIT a"rei i flights, between. and here OUI hII Jaycee enuipilslim young position he resigned to accept

'"'ACS. Jacksonville; .,, on December 2, and has i.i! Mi and president!Mrs, Is Herbert the only Young son work with the Boeing: Aircraft UraverMty of Miami Coach the third time In as many mid Miss Phyllis Con lnnrr of I ON OLD DEBTSPalm
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since the in- of East Fifth street and Is I Speak At Kiwania- years Martin County residents''Stuart Kenneth Sllmmell 01
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lion Personnel In Seven nisi\ where he '
flight In three
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Lee yurt I I
ElttJlt | Harl't; with his father In the Sponsored Event will hear Handel! "Messiah" at I Sliiuil will be the tenor soloist
aunties, Assigned New dent
of the line. said recently working up to a technical and I I
)N fontiaetlng business Numerous t Idle l Stuart Methodist church Dec. The
choristers Mis ,
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Territory
Harrell l II supervising I position He was five-
,!a an the jeceptlon 80 accorded impreisea over fine homes have and business strustwe times wearer of the ArmyNavyE I I Twell1Y.flve11lab school football :122 at 5:30: P M, I Barth, Mr. and Mis A. B. Mimes Beach Martin and St.

.'''! it Palm Beach Air Reserve first schedule that he Skylines been elected by the Award (and won a citation I players were awarded letters Began as a Christmas presentto Mrs, Marian Updegrove, and Lucie Adjustment

, '.y.... inn detachment has been auguration soon of a mining-, (IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIII.IMIIIIIIIIIIIHPaul I from the company for meritorious I at a banquet Friday evening I the people of Stuart In appreciation Mrs H. B. Sulnglchurst of Jensen MadeA
.. ; service He is at the ; for the hospitality to10.I's Beach, Miss
I., iiert as responsible] for the tepa.tme flight over the routl'I'om justly proudof Woman Club, with Hie Phyllis and Miss
., / Jacksonville to having worked on everyoneof Kiwanis Club host to Ux! team by Martin oountlans, the Jo Ann Constance, Miss Edith
ilstratlon and Miami '
training of oemunl' \ embiacement lead" the 1G64 B-29 bombers putout i servicemen have been replacedby Matthews, Mrs Herbert Thayer, final adjustment of "old"
Ir reserve personnel residing IIIK Florida cities of by the Boeing plant during conches, and special guests I local returnees who have seen Mrs. H II.. Hinsen, Miss Sarah and "new" county debts U being
'rA 4 'o Florida counties Thos of dally flights with a schedule the who Lon Tyson \lw-piesldcnt of 'i'; lit to continue the tradition.;" Rollins, ,I, w Phllp Charles arranged by the State board of

,, I WI the local unit are Indian the first of the some vem time after When war service ended, It !iKlwanis. piexldcd and Coach Leon L. Jones said In announcing I I Bishop, Elwln Clyde and JI'I administration involving even

. .I.Irthl I I.V fed Lucie, Okeechobe-e, The current dally flight took Paul just 19 hours to reach I Charles Kindiod: was toastmas- the complete cast for this I Coutant, BUddy Wells and Florida unties,

J $rs Martin Hendrv, and from here departs northward quart, That meant driving 1 1.800) I tpr, He Intinduced n'wlJF, year. dell Waters ni Stunrt: Mrs According to a State analysis
at 1
I X, 4 Beach. Until now no of- a. m.: Fort Myers, 8:30: :so milts In 52 hours (of which he ''jeihuwlck. pilneipal of the high Soloists this year are: Mrs Cnrothv) Turk of Port Sewall: : Palm Beach county has overpaid
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''II ,,sslgnment of territory : Tampa, Tlerbert Sudhoff of Palm City Mrs Herbert Siidhoff Mrs\ Fred ; $6213302 of DM loins debt with
to, G:20: : Lakeland, 9:45.: slept 10 hours. as he was driving school. who said the football : :
. 4. Florida reserve unit had 1015: Ocala 10:50 Orlando, Jq a lorn" i and he told this to In- Ham had Instilled into the school Mrs, Dorothy Turk of Port Se- wultmt Ali.', leonL Jones and I Martin county and $42: .133.92ct
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110., made by Orlando's Mth Airheadgaurters 11 15: St Augustine, n (clcnic: how anxious he was to lu splii- of cooperation Cltirens\ I wall ; Miss Edith: Matthews ol Rlc' laid R Wallace of Palm City, Mai'tin funds will be transferred -
''ow .. the Air De- In Jacksonville :45: arriving { get back home. He added "I j swore loyal In thcii support, as : Stuart\[ Mrs Mil'Ian UPdPRI'ovl"l Ernest Di\l< et 1 New York; and to the Palm Beach ac('-

I [I command organization In The return lllRht southward at 11 ::119. 1'('\1'1'( saw a place that looked evidenced by !the fart that attendance Jensen Bench and Miss To Annjfctffei'A Mrs; H M Ri'I PS of Long IslandOur I II count The remaining $40,000 will

... 1 r it the air reserve all na4nard parts from Jacksonville m i 1'00 de- XU, !good. in all my travels" was just as large!: at the ', be Martin paid to accumulates Palm Bench sufficient as soon

J and all ROTC pion p. m: St. Augustine i President i Young Is a memberof last name! as at the first, "he I a1'
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< Florida and six other : : St ; stated adding that, out of I I ({) (Great America fund
'INtiI '' Gainesville 1:1111 1 : : Ocala] 2:20:: : f- Marys! Episcopal church, ( a & byIkuk I
I eastern states Orlando. 2:511: : Lakeland, 3:257ampn : c a .x rn olficei In the Odd Fellows squad of 45! boys, only one was I To straighten nut the old Jensen

ElitE Brordlng to Major Raymond 3:110: : Foil Myeis, 4:30ailrvlntr : lodge [n member of the Rod and Ineligible for grades Nine of the I Awe' HA* 3 NATURAL/ RgiouRCEf THAT sro wrvtR et rx AlJ rp"O Bridge district, Martin..I
"stPy command! of the in Miami n 11:30: ., dun club. the Martin County team are eligible for the National cvmnU will be put down for $3-

its' Bpalm Beach unit air rc- -- -__ h____ p m Athletic association, the Civilian ] Beta Club honorary sch- S0 MAT i/fll 1, wareR 726 21 of St Lucle county debt
ro ueb residing In the AUTOMATIC ARMS All Patrol, and a Florida olarstoiD fiaternlty I. .. 41I1 goner { Martin then will be charged with

I ,tpslgnated counties must MUST BE LISTEDThe -------- High\ School( Athletic] Association -i, I ... ,.:... 1 $14,760 83 of the remaining bonds
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Arthur and:i l st Lucia "will be held
the Morrison Field loiing Ilklul for all spoils placed[ here i pects look good for 'next Season I II / :' .., '. reponslble -
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iient U they desire to be lanes' PresidentIIIIIIIIIIt1IIIlllillliiic Asked far "11 i I : : ; \ for $279970
TIPISIIIY Department ( a state ment he said, and announixcl I that Bob Gicene I \ \ .

jjli' he reserve progiamP would like to remind UK public ; ;111111111I11111$ believe expressly In the light and I I has ben chosen AllConferenceend I ....... er "e6F,"OItU ONLVAPe DeeeunwT- JINN! MAXI" relt PfPPITu4T0'iloea7 In MID another adjustment
.. ['I i its organization In Noel <"I flit I provisions oi tin National firm and both ire real booster'' satins of I the younger people to'I' and Jim Conrad placed onthe To 'MSler II1Et 1PH.u"'Ef'ff01FCTcN FoIl 0010.0\1 4bsww'. let,, 11AAAC, ANOM'rC7..._ 'Ia elODeA! bookkeeping; entries will be
, n.a n.i. the unit has enrolled)] 07 Fin: Aims Act requiring! i eq\ loi the futiiie ol Stuart and I lake nn active ]leading part In All-Confcience second team ClCQ FORfST MANGtmtnI A p'c-c AMfI"a'"s'-e poses" cv; 1'Mnf"OI'TS Aa vesce PM'CAOS'ST is e"co.niea c hinged to wipe out a $2168905
veterans, reserve officers! 'Ira tlon with the Bureau of Internal Martin county the' progress of our little town I Homer Wall has I liras elected MUD Martin county owes to St.
I enlisted men desiring to i inn t Revenue of certain I The family and hope that what I do may tapUiin of next vcars team andChailek i ttf* rites TOQwaerw I Lticle on an old SI Lucle district
II typesof came to Stuart help little." ? 1 11ve! debt Marlin then will be
proficiency In flying i fire ) a Titus co-capUiln ova
arms. from Colorado 'I ? ?-
In the
I other skills as well)] as fall ol 1925 to'' chimed: with $61441 of the balance -
keep The law states that when I Kindled pl'c'irtted letters r
all fully Paul was t and :
have ,, wl
th the of / DEER HUNTERS ARE [rwrF1rp and St Hide will pay
. progress military i ion automatic fire arms those(( nr- lived in their present home for I Emerson Krairm. 1946 captain
., $597.883CRUISER
.. More than 30 former I hag/ more than one round with I 19 years. There are also two 1 I GETTING VENISON Ed Howard, co-captain Wlllard! r a'y.e .
I ., ire already actively paring mule pull of the trigger' must\ be 'c'aughters, younger! than the nor I Wells. Jerry Shipes, Dick RObl'rts'l 1 .r --- ---

\ In the flight program i I registered\ This ran be done, 'Paul I was bom Aug. 9. 1021 htu I I Fail Tlllnnn returned this Frank Mlnoihkp! Oroe-ne. "OPIIA"

'" 4 North American AT-8 without cost, through any office Eaton Col., and attended schoolsIn week Irom Ocala National Forest Griffin, Conrad, Jimmy Ruwden, 41 T WAa FOR SAH FISHING
, I I n. P-51 Mustangs, and ,i<. fthe Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau i' Colorado Wyoming and Kansas : with a 7-point, 150-pound buck Teddy Bishop Lloyd Campbell' rK 1 T III>P ty I .____
NrX" englned AT-lls In Janu- oi,( Internal I I which: he shot while on a hunt Bert Clements Paul, Donaldson] _? ell YEARS 1060 J. E Jim
Revenue Anyone before I entering the Stuait I I I "- THAT TMsTettPsOoC",".,- i i Block announced
he: program Includes the ]i I ; ; ; i with Clarence Watkins of Palat- C H Hirdw h'k, John Lane!. RdMontgomery -
;Iling/( to do so I is subject to a school, where he actuated with i today (that he will operate a11fjshlnb -
a citation of a complete I sentence of five years Impionon- high honois and a lung record ka The week before he bagged! bert \ Titus, Heiby / OttaEDasw charters out ol St Lucleinlet

!ron to be commanded, ad1 1 ment and a fine of two thousandJollnl's of student activities, II two big gobblers hunting In Tucker, Harris Wall, Sam Whittle I m1i.r 5t5ScperrwNrwxAVw, beginning immedlat,rfy on
i.I. ered and operated by ret C Clocks county with Earl Tyie of pasDlfCoVe.yoe weaeaatgepey .loony OeER 21 000.000AHiERCIIN' C'rll'John's! Uickus-built
1 1JJ.. Alter graduation! he went' West Palm Beach, and managers: Earl Magee. MOHO, T>f MAeoraessra C w a.s sa fr Hl'iVl 77tflNCtol'S'RVlC6 .
personnel All fire arms broufih!! into this knocking; round: the ; i I I PDeCXC, TO eAT TPCS M A w+Ple1V OP I Spoi tfl&herman the Opah) "
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1 1I \F veterans residing In the countryas Leon Mounler of Lees Au Billy Hartfwln and! Billy caoRa To Meta vt Mar, xe a aa.UtaWalt
I I country as souvenirs he &utt-on'i Brock three
by saw
mesahers phrased It, and he considers Petit Pails at Hobe Sound and years Intensive -
mentioned counties are I II I Ic of the aimed The principal! speaker was ___ with
forces that his visits In 38 of the 481 I Howard Johnson of Hollywood ---- --- ___ duty the USCO In
II ,I 1 contact the All Re1 1 have not been registered should states an important part of his returned from hunt Coach Klcl >lskl of \the University local and Caribbean wateu, with
dear
Sunday
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with
on
highway\ a
101 active participation In vlth the nearest office of Subscribe To The Stuart News In Miami: He intends
theBureau
At the firM of the war he was 4-point, 114-pound buck. They lieu -/ Dick Ma ejka oli r to run
irogram : of Internal Revenue local. fishing and
hips
with the Army engineer\ which hunted with H. Savage. i till' ,Miami buokficW charterIn
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compact lit gives TUe yon smart tilted dial I U easy to read. DomeBtlO : M I
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Easy little Dumbo t I. (tally Supply
A limper laboratory! Include 99 piece of chemical, apparatui wonderful steed; for the
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r PAnE Otm THE STUART NEWS S TV ART. Marti. County, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC 19, 1948

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UOIU( ,IIMU) 'Y equipment mm CAmp Murphy' MORE ABOUT I MORE ABOUTREGISTERS

The buldilng Is designed according : i BAPTIST CHURCH
HIGH SCHOOL IS I to lecommendationsc : COUNTY BOARD RING Ii

school architects with spec-

I ( I ,' ,,1 ,,,.,,, l'a'_:' t J'1f' I I"I ill niinnuimenK to rut file ('""rill/II/ d l tpugt'/ 011/') I (Illlllllll( ( ll f f/1(1111( I'IU f,I' Use) ) PLANS WEEK OF IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT!

(! azaids to iucuaite ventilation .-- ---
III<' ,1'11001 ,9tl'l11 1 t and to withstand hur- I today's News as a legal advertisement I excellent Christmas buying jl\

(n".-. hof" f 1l''hnll'ajUI'] liuvei J'Icane.. An -conditioning fan | spirit" HOLIDAY FETESThe
1 l MRS. H. J, OREENE, (GreensDry (
till be Inn illed In the attic Con- E A. Mennlnger reported on FLOWERING TREE COLLECTIONS s
I 11 Il'olwd out in the process. Goods Cot i : Business Is
,
to original plans the buildIng -
trary a conference here with the chief I
II.., Slated.I but, n few ouUtandn much better The stores have AI
, will not be u "If'mporary"alnflr engineer of the FEC railroad First Baptist church of I
IL 'nhietementshavehohHght-! \ more variety to offer and
peo- I
to meet an emergency but the Stuart has planned a full week
pertaining to moving of the I
(A the siifims A 11111-\1ml'\ which III serve vital school ple are shopping earlier this (,\u.m.ALLUtCAba; PliesItLI'UCal'ltCFn.ll: '1 ; ) 1 SriAHl' 1'LOIIIIiMl \ I '
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Hacks to permit widening of the of holiday activities in observance
'IUb
p""dl\" ained J t todlr than before
'040. I year ever It Is one
i 1:1'l'b even In the event a new bid Dixie the oi the Christmas season, Begin (
through
highway
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II school :
.111.11'almost of the best
a i ; seasons we have ever
', high school! Is erected' in future city of Stuart "It is a complicated I nine last night with a Santa / dc 'rliJC'Cll" catalog/ Set /hides atc'1(4'
I' "bl'd 111 I! V01 .lIlll I ..IUIf .- had In Stuart 'IKI', III tlito/ M' an fully ( !!
unisConfiiesMmn I proposition Mennlnger stated Claus visit for the youngsters,
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IT" Ill a(i bl'' me' 1"'II.d' 1 ;tadletlurr
CICIL ,
I JOHNS Johns
Dwight Rogers but the railroad Is now giving ( Dry the pastor, the Rev. Phil Max- nt
J be : utglblemu'mn
: .- acid his secretary/ were In large us favorable considerationen ; Cleaners) : "We are doing an excellent well has announced the following f lIed /ilowois Spatliodta! tuinpunulita U
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i easure, i responsible for the cul- I the matter and if we can carry I pre-Chrlstmas business activities: Eitinnm biiKKilcnsls,, ill
,,, }i'' -( hoot One of our best in over a (luY
iiiatlng success of Rolllni per- out the plan, as originally presented years I A Candle Light service will be GHOUl' Orange flower Pcmthiu piiliiiuiimittlno Any !5d. "
,, 11:1: 10 111 01' I illcd mttent efforts( in obtaining the It will be one of the quarter century In business here held Sunday evening at '7:3D.: em- I { flowers. \ilcx trifolm } ss). \
ills '-I II !1J II I ,Hid I AL MATHERS (Bess HardwareCo
1 ,. tin from the government it greatest improvements ever accomplished { phasizing "Jesus, The Light of Yellow flow tit Cussii inultijugi
( f pil uf 'hel' ,i : We have more merchandise I Ii I t1It
vat) stated. here;' he added, the World," in which the audience \\liito flowers Coullii ulhcMkuM _
",bh' c d.t..n>! t 01lifliC 1 1i i to offer than ever before III
-- -- Mennlnger also offered I will participate. The choir,
some
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REt'Et.\1IUX lIun 5000 scdllngs I directed by Mrs Garland Eden-
long-leaf yellow pine '
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:.11""' : .11 111- Items are back on the market
( OMTIEILS) IltT.\IUI to the county for painting held, will sing "0, Holy Night"At roattl
stet "' The I Iin volume Buying demand continues ,, 111'11 nowcn l'ulhil'il 1Ihillosa
II i : i : ion ('OUU'MT1nH: state lands Commissioners 1 6:30: p. m Sunday a Christ-
,of ,,nd loiin on county or I strong and our business I'illk Ilowel'S CuJliulidra 8uI'IIIailiellhis)
,Ill ui.h Tan, Sl'IlIl'I'k'n"t.( ::( city rec- stated that they had shows a phenomenal Increase mas playlet will be presented by GHOUl Orange I1l1wclI JITNtlllhl1ll "Olillilolil\ Auy) 'd. ((tic
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('tallcn dii rt'or, who has as- ''no facilities for reforestationwork I I the Training Union with Mrs. { "itex altishinllt } I
I rot ('I'1 Park sa1'elloW
'''j'4 : I over last year 11 Hlllo fluwell -
:;; ;: : Walton Parks and Mrs, R F
\I' rid" 1 j Iln! ,,1a td-\ :lured t'espunstbdlty I for giving and could not accept the MRS. C. E. WALKER, (Walkers flowers CUhhl.fhlllll

I ,,,' t ,'Lrtllt:, : Stunt n i oil (immunity pro- I offer. The young trees must be Jewelry) : Business Is better Longbottom in charge, \\1lito\ flo\\e.. tordia uilidl IhOlt

Y 1 I.. j,''I l ,i :,1 ram m Christmas eve reportedt.day moved from the Fourth Street than last year so far this I A turkey dinner will feature

I(<'tUI I',,' t, that detail have been park. Menninger said and anyone season Many items not available ; the Christmas meeting of the Ir

d I ,,11'11-, nipkted fu the traditionalevent who will move them Is welcome ','1 for the trade last year have returned Baptist Brotherhood at 7 p, m, 1..1,1. fdiccddcu
to the potential wealth involved Monday J J. Moore is general lied 110\\1'11. 1',11
I pmt' .1,1)1.1' : and much American- 1I.lllhilll.llllulIll'IIGIIO.lI'

"II tin t I' I I't' t The city\ t'1'l'will plate a large in their future manufactured merchandise Is chairman and Fred Bentel will \ Yellow 1111\1'1'5 7'abthuil\ argentea. Auy ; 'd I IJ r

!""I'I1 1 lee at the chic center and as-I again available." : present the program { White l10wers Ellllldl uby'ssluica } is': u

\1 I' ,1111 (, ..1'!'It'dn I (tlui in colored' town Call Ben SCHOOL PRESENTS '1 I FRED HALL, (Hall Electric) : J 111 131110 flowers LOlldllll'lIrpul 1lIifolill
and I Phil Pence have donated Business is good. We have : ,
'n 1'1'1111111' : very '
i PENCE MAYOR IN ;Mud ealots Slcrl'uli,1 ultIlalied
,,.'','' ''I ,,1111. i the' trees off their property The SPECIAL PROGRAM I IMembers 1 more to offer in the way of the : NEW CITY SETUPPhil

;1.,r ''mil '. Supt VU mans' dub will take their I .smaller electrical appliances this ,
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H"' ', II' "lid hoardI tonal! active putt in spreadingthe year titan last year but are i Pence named
of the was mayor
Martin
County
cheer and the Kit I still short the units for 1111\\1'1'1.' Svzyglum 1I1111\'CIItC\ !
')( 1"I" holiday on larger Baker
Bob and Jack
high school who have written vice-mayor,
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ants, Rotary Jaycees, and Boy which there is strong demand I'iuk. !lowers Clhia glullllis /
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1I.lrt tau Coleman commissioner in the
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and produced Christmas I
a play I
and Girl; Seoul will all assist GEORGE KEITH, (Martin GIIUl'r OllIIge flo\\t'I's. Coulll uttglot'aipa .\11)) j "I I
,:,'11111'Iors ,,III the in the Old South" will present' annual reorganization meeting { }
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? Santa Claus in preparing bagst County Cleaners) : "Our business) 1\' YlImv, rowels C."I.I sptelabils( "is11'hitc '
.r1 1,111 bt' I "'"'11 1\(\ the drama to the school at 1 p, in Monday night, All city employtes -
1 / ark;, t'l11phn. \\111'n ""t t candy and in obtaining fruit ,' Friday for their fellow students, is running much better than last were reappointed flowers 1I.luMIII.1 albsCulytvghylluul

(' ., 't building I. ;i"" d :utr1 :'n',i ill) the white and colored' and at '7:30: tomorrow night for ; year, Last week was our biggest I )' elilldidihhlllllllll 0E
l ikiren. volume week of the exceed
will h. : .,d. year
I.? we '.n )parents and Irtenets The play TOURISTS TO ELECT
:
Kenneth Stummell Is music ing any week in last February
"I: lI,8room 11. 1 I' will be shown In the school au- '
?" 'I},I average : a ':p.I" t' chairman l and has requested dltoilum Elementary grade fctu- '' when the tourist season was at I I The Stuart Tourist club will Hid! HewersI'uik :--I<'IIIIIII'UY, Miiuutiislubilmn
its peak and on Monday, Dec. ': meet at the civic center at 9I, '
I ... "?art with cllmc an. .. tigers from all church choirs dents! will present a program at flow us il'c]
I n'n1 pare. a textbook aapp.yt. ; und visiting vocalists, to be at 10 a. m Friday at the gymnasium : 16, we had the biggest day's p m Thursday, Dec 19 for a1, CHOI Him flowers Loiiilimtirpiis Any j III
'" .,,I..d! DlfI'p. stitch lIl'pu't-) the civic center at 9/: 5 p m, business we have ever had" covered dish supper and election N' { billow' !downs elK hl"'I'I'rll1l11n'iliiolilllll } II,III1lilo

("", 1 ..ante :and ,'"1',,.( ''Dlln, Ti e>>d,i\'. Det 24 to begin theuuang I Il'1' i CHARLES RUE, (Coleman oJ officers. Mrs Isobel Ferry is I \\ flowers' Gal iplivllmn mitill.mum

it ,-Il/ lot arts slop .11.1 ": "ClIi" I 01 I Chi i,'ma carols, Firestone Store' Oeneial busi- serving as temporary chairman !Miud Jlouiu Ilituoplii'.ignii 1I'IIOl'h'lIulII

I qual III ,11.\( !L' :it', ,'.... Till' \l1llhtl'll.d: 1 relation by the Rev. C. A, Carrlcl and : ness has been decidedly better Senator Evans Crary will be the

.1.110,1\ : : I.. _1\' .1, btu, l d(1 I ouonal t pioIK a spiritual message by the Rev this year than list Every month Guest speakerCUSSKOOM I

,_ll IIIJIJ)) 5(111 II! ..11111.1'( ,(c ? opt pra\'- Phil I Maxwell has shown marked increases In

___. _____, IAA I our volume" I TEACHERS SILCIUOIILhiLL5G1.0LlStMIlLlL00: : ) ; '1 IH1LS -
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A.rJ.p1. :; W Y;, ':.;: "i::f: I f".r':; : 'vr'ar.' rr. 'rr'tio''9Ar.IrII7A 4 +cf nn. 'wTMa.'w"0'0 PArr ls/IyPA rf4 A v+ItortO1,1It1Irt: : : MARIE J, FOX, (Stuart Jewel I II .\PI'OI>T COMMITTEES:

Shop I, ) : "There has been a very ,! I L
'strong Increase in Christmas (
'} business" )I Don Romanello, president of i 1 EI; )\\ I\: .\, N\1\Ull! :: : (;


p : I S ) t. Pointes GERALD Jewelry LA I POINTE: Although, ; I ivent of the following committee -
M lui
t have only been open about five
2,9 G.7 'I' \F' J I : Teacher Tenure-Mrs, Virginia -
c $9 weeks we notice a"brisk Christ- 1 Hutlo Mrs, Louise Slush, 1 lnildaI ,
)I ; mas buying spirit. Harrell'j .
I Stuart merchants in general I and Mis Fannie ; CCi
!i
i arc pleased' over the strong I cher Retirement-Mrs, Hazel
2.9 :> J trade at home" spirit evidenced 4 Oiman Mrs. Carl Roth, and Mr, I c v
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I V C Cr C:;, W Long.
andspokesman
Martin this
bv county year iskiasar-
I/ for the Merchants _.
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SUGGESTIONS'SPECIALS --- ----
Association' said "Our town is 1 /hntw'Tw v'N'1'-,*t::- t'Anst41'le: ,y t.'l'ib.wlw: .: t: : : t: yAA11.: .e, t = c r. v'A

& ,. at last taking its rightful place i ?

&* as a live shopping center for this p I


V> SATURDAY, DEC 21. ONLY 1 'HEALTH, area," UNIT TO GIVE I i j I Enjoy Christmas Dinner


tft, FREE EXAMINATIONSHERE I.I I.
FOR GIRLS IN FEBRUARYIn b


I e February the State Health i I 12 Noon To 11 P.M

I I-\\UY: I ; ; DOLL, ) I IN THE STOREFLA ; : I Department's mobile unit will A

arrive in Stuart to give a mass
n t o SKTJs ( ( ;Muss and Plastic ) medical examination free of !$

((39c to $1.98)) j 1 charge, Food handlers especiallyare or
nQ urged to avail themselves of Christmas Day

114rr/ r, r. e this service as a health card is ,r| >otlIir

ft 20 % now required of all domestics ,
FOR BOYS ;1 and food handlers In the state 1

&, i It is expected that many cases ,if Enjoy the following full course dinner on our patio overlooking

hitherto unrevealed will' come f HoiVa'
p E\UY; ( : s oo'iLu)( ) : .ASD I > OOTIU( ( )( ) : ; OFF I to light then In time to be cured the beautiful Indian River!

n Sf SKATE: I\I THE? STOHE, pe I I II

($2.59 to $7.98)) I "' ,\',,','''I ,,, "'" ,,|B MENU ail

1 ".!. ,I. !
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tie I 'YII 1 1 . I IIIJ' .
I $p Entree Waldorf Salad Oyster Bisque
FOR GROWNUPS
A I : ,: i ii
t1 ,& Roast TurkeyWith
1 i
: IMLI: I"(OLhs' ) :UK( 'lolLDTKILS( > : I i Dressing


3 LVM A Wonderful Selection of, Gifts thai Will Please anyone you love. p (I' Season's Greetings M 'ranberry Sauce Mashed Potatoes

\liiie I t1/ Choice of Two Vegetables
i\a Creamed Onions Baked Hubbard SquashCandied

e \NIT\ ( ASKS; t-; ) THE GIFT FOR A BOY ,A Yams Green Peas

,. l". to all our friends i ii[a. DESSERT MINCE PIE

andVANITY .....';!J ELECTRIC1 /J i! Hot Rolls Tea or Coffee
E
t' 1 =\ $1.50.
SETS ; 1 $
:
TRAINS and customers! :
a! I1A\IIJKEH'HIEFH[ 'I rh J i Also Baked Ham with Pineapple Sauce. I t,
\ (-- TMt ) Ira
;}f Candied Yams
Choice of
Two Vegetables
..JEWELSES; : ( $17.95 hparbrite will be closed fur Hot Rolls n.'C.
Tea or Coffee
bf
I, the Christmas liolidijs $1.25

S7 Vases and! Flower Pots lOc to $1.19I !l.

? Work and reservation! for E
j fl Dinner prepared by our Chef, D. Cotton
1-Pieee Cannister Sets. ... 98c'REMEMBER work Hill be resumed on !

I' Bread Box to Match: 98c1 jjf Dance to the Music of our Orchestra: "Freddie, Gene & M. G."
b January :2, 1917 E atic

"it kq .fy Mixed Drinks Ballantines Beer on Draught Premium Beer
We Arc HeadquartersFor -r iI!
9 !
loom expertly handed ;lId
CHRISTMAS TREETRIMMINGS $ FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY

q The Area Finest finished or cleaned and


1 I And Selection!Most Complete ofGreeting i di pi waxed or bakelite topped 5| For A Good Old Fashioned Christmas


)f. and waxed .! I

Cards 1
ARTIFICIAL SNOW (MICA ? 4Lc
Kuj leaned PIck- and Follow the
p op
Crowd
q AND ASBESTOS) ICICLES ,a .|Lc to

p i- delivery nervlie Tacked !
"THE DIME STORE ON THE CORNER"JOHNSON'S !
carpets cleaned on floor,


:I W 9 fy 5x to $1 STORE' Sending and polishing machine \!I SEYMOUR'S INN



N 10. B. B. McLaughlin, Mgr. for rent t !!tf!. Jensen Beach


? $Z1!: s .rw t.I P" ..... : ( t."t t -t.-t: ( r:'ij' 'M.t-t( tttCtit te: ( ( ( ""'t I''""

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__. lilt\ SlDAKf NEWS' STUART Martin Counlv: LOKI1U' IIIUKSDAY. 1)11; 19, 1940 r PAGE FIVE

)CIALNEWSavdAND MKS, 11t.\I: t'ES G.:; SM11II: Society Editor d

Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART :: ,E News llama diriip'". fit Oils before paper noun must tin. Urdnrsday reach the neW"llalJf'r| | \; I
t
Hume lilcjnino)! 119-W Office I'honc JOIIFiod ( i'"
rniLSTMANI i
CIJIUS'f\Jo'\S:
tn:
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I THUS AT1CIIOOL. i AT ST, :\JUtl"S nu'n11 I superintendent, assisted SI Nick '' Stalfoid Is leaving by 'son-in-law and daughter, Mr, 6.' ;
<\, I SI. Mary's Episcopal ( \ In distributing fruit and candyto 'I'J p!am .Iday to spend tho I'and Mrs Robert McCallum, In ;
,
|n piicfctman! nephew of I'will conduct a special .'inllh?,, the kiddies who promised (Christmas holidays with his New York, I I
I, Mi> Lloyd, of C Mr Travis, I even, service at 11,301: I p m Tu, -t I some very good behavior between -0 .. _.. ___--. -__ ,'
|II t (crary son and day \ [ ,
:
,m> iary, both of Stu- I Holy I including Communion I I ceiebiau, ,,,, I' e 1 I! now and Dec 25th -f I

|i been awarded letters I the pastor, and the a sermon bingug i It"I I Mrs A, P Caittlims of On'enI t 1)','
II t The Boles School, ; I
aI rarols. I vllle, Miss, was the house guest
I'U' !' Pilestman played ----- of Mr. and Mis J. L, Campbelllast Position Open t
[m (crary played tackle MI\IS1'E/t: / 1O RROIIKASI/ I I, week I "
i II the backfield, Bolles 'i LIIKISTMIS:\ MLSSU.L: I e t',' >
'in best season of Its I The Rev W ,: 'jr
O Alclml Mrs. A Petiuzelll and daugh- for
.nning, ( eight games Methodist( pastor, win bl'OIUk\ tei, Rose, of Philadelphia will arrive I '
meMIMSTLKS) I a Christmas message al 8 15 I a, nl i tomorrow to spent the holidays -
----- I Wednesday over the Ion PvIN I, I with Mr and Mis Joe Constance -
station I WIRA This will i br Ihr and daughterMis Male SecretaryWinter
|ItIIO! ( TIME: 'I first of a series of spmiuHi I ; hi-i n I I
WIRA of Fort PlcrceI'JlJUted
grams by the County Mlmtel L E. Ashley arlved In Binin -
[ i a 15-mlnute dc- association I. Sunday night fiom Chicagowhen Resident offer attractive Seasonal l Position
jeiiod to the Martin I .. _
Ministerial association :she spent lie summer for Competent Male Secretary.! Must be able to type.
tlllOLK ( ,
Illlidl(
visltliij] her sisters She IN spend-|
inonal program, will be '10( HtlSlM: Sllttvi f I uiK u few days with her son andaughttrinlaw Shorthand not required! Age 23 to 40. Congenial disposition
I It': a m.I :MIONK.Iir: ; \ !SlltMd I I'; "i4 1 ,: Mr. and Mr,
Carols and To accompany employer on frequent fishing
ClnMmt s uu> ] 1\ < R Ashley before returning toi
11 r" imcicjou: a special( choir of St .''s''|1'11' : i Item J home on Riverside DiivrMi and Attend lo personal correspondence.
trips 4
] OK IIUIIDAYS Catholic' church will beam ,II 1. I
Lazenby, Educatlon- 11:45 p m Ttusdinl hl br,i ,n" and Mrs George Keith und ,
rt the First Baptist the midnight thilstniusmik I ,.. ,'hll l'en returned Sunday Irom APPLY DY LETTER STATING YOUR QUALIFICATIONS -
I I 'aducah, Ky,is spend- > at 12 oUock, Oav da, where they were called !
ildays in Stuart, them ,I The Christmas tub will! I bvlled \\01, because of the Illness of Mr TO BOX ZY, THE STUART NEWS.
Rev and Mrs, Phil (' at\ the m midmi.li, how i 11\ 'Keith father and brollui Both I
Miss ,, arc' Improving,
Josephine Clement!' \' I .. I
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OUR ANSWERR I /' i!


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ERFECT GIFT ijIw ,
ItlllM.UOir:: : ( IIOIiII fb P,
titisinn, tdiimissitu III telling :
a public) inciting\ 1)(1II".rrll( by !> ;
02'lam tiiiurrnnu i"i >slr\', a/[ :
Inn 1;ill,CCO' Inquiiie, and the :; I fl
ommission nirmbei mho spoke] :\ ( ) : U
01 I rensicola, J, Sax in Lloyd of l ; ; 1
(bottoms\ Janev'G laiimoie of !
Gift Any Man Will si!> rcleisbiin. I" b
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,Id\, (, t the 1 p.II'1 i of the Ansel' The' : / I
I
Huh :Mis\ will be' sung! by I : i! "
|urely Appreciate. 1'..ithei 1' T J Oeaiy, pastor, andIhr ? ut
; ,\ (lion under the OjiC'Ction olMi
: Phyllis Constance :
I cellophane gift package ready for the Christmas ,titer 1 buy: will be Johnny I M
o4r'j:
|c with one 5th of Seagrams V, O Canadian H.dl i!' IhnnRosbiuy Charles
('J I iskey and one 5th of Sea grams Ancient Age Gin, P',"Hi\lU h
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$10.50 Plan Now to Ring Out the Old .t.ro. 1r
t d 0 1

Year and Greet the New Year I '

-. With Your Friends at-

AN IDEAL GIFTor I 4
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E i./It ;

the Home Bar. A combination 12 Y $ I

mottle case including Canadian Club, 4'v" 1p# I, i
THE LIGHTHOUSENEW i tl. tip) 1 r rI
liram :Walkers DeLuxe Straight t\i1 vW -. 1'1W

Hourbon, Imperial Blend and Hiram I y ifr..


I IValkers ail. perfect mixed Martini Cock YEAR'S PARTY Why t Not( the Best .r ,





$49.50A o FUN At No Extra Cost! 11 Uq




Beautiful UsableEATHERETTE FOOD D Shampoo and Set $1.50


CASEI i t M anicure. . 1.00 1 t.I:;

tinge! wrapped bottle of Park & Tilford blend DANCING 1"
'traight Whiskey and a bottle of Brugal Superior r Permanents 8.50 l lN

\\1, Includes Hair Cut
( ) i

$9.50 ENTERTAINMENT Hair Tint . 5.00

(Includes Setting) Q

II a complete line of Whiskey, Imported and do- cOYer i
tic wines, cordials and liquers. ations' OuT w .
RegeY Nn EW
ouT

4nclude$ nighEp .- PHONE 205 I
jelep Mid
f fY 150 ER a Tyed 4ron'

IE LIGHTHOUSE I (:hare AR,5 gUP P VICTORY BEAUTY SHOP J



PACKAGE I VICTORY HOTEL BLDG. STUART I ,

NO COVER OR RESERVATIONSFOR

STORE THE COCKTAIL LOUNGE i. Open Evenings I It4 d


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Farmers Consider Exterior As Well FLORIDA BAR TO hns ls tif() n call to t the Spottsni ed to your president Ralph Cook- !1117 hFt '
i I'.dltorial; Desk MEET AT TAMPA WilDLIFE CROUP and Conservationists of so. Florida Wildlife Federation, ,, ry
]' l1!

j L ._ Odds and Ends II IIL As Interior Lighting Requirements Jacksonville PV8i Talllla GALLING! FOR !I'fur""I i i Idu.0 t the protection unite In of a program Florida II 1- ----- ------ __ 1 1I 1i

coat' selected as the site\ l tar>i lens I ,
AlldJIlP
II I Tillmfin list week sill-
,i lung-chcrlshed ambitl it. nit MM URn : 'tkat \I'h i a I ch be 1 Joro'e"' I on a poleor annual convention of the 1-1..1'-.. At a recent meeting In Orlando
n I 1301r0111t' bu :,I I.n a rear the n"'ler'; of the Ida Bar Association, hi lei) i NOTICETHE
u lit bagged/ ( Ins in': (t Inin 1.1 J farm, yardl l a resolution -
:'hi BIR/ 8'I'lIb" I It EII i I t'nt ", c.'s teLleuts" a!,otha ,?umwallOn between the haute and next March prior to the opening' I condemning the lack of cnloicement -
t two turkey gobblers. thh / a vI I" 0 ,'Tkely I' IPpl.ed burn and adlaeent .r.... Principal of the biennial session of :he o by the State Conseiutlon '-
10 hoca .. I raUo, e', lIor.- of yard liable should be con,rolled bya I
0 w1' I, !1t has been n pund< farmers app ic" icir, Illumination mutch In the farm houio Such Florida Legislature 1 a month later ) Sportsmen to Unite !, \ Department, I its director REGULAR MLFT: < !i\
,in )1.m)i pi obi ", '. I b a'rr' O'pert,. and fhti should bt nerved by separate In Tallahassee, at the midyear and 1 Its agents<< demanded the
11 1':0": i "PI i i ,r -t.oor: as well!! I'l1d'or c,rcu,li, to that if trouble occurs on conference of bar delegates\ For Salt WaterConservation suspension of the director and OF THE
.'. .. ; ,,' e ," I..men". other lighting circuit*. It will not last In Jacksonville j urged the Oovei'nor for mote diligent -
Sunday
,
I IIJ'i h in inxti The 0" .. f t e hrgl 1 Ln. huIr.mI" jfTect the n, This arrnnjement also, i
k .i ,.,'' i Ii: that ,d n 'a ;lu norlv; d.mlyIlum will prevent the failure of yard light At the Tampa convention a I effort In enforcing\ state CITY COMMISSION
I Ii 11 I' ,I 11111'Hrrsl 1 I i I < ; h.! : I, ', 1 t-, "( I 111:0: I "eJ.t w 'i 1'1111: from interrupting service toother )legislative agenda will be ip- St. Petersburg, (FN3)) Ralph iliws. pcilulnlnn to llshins and
ou :eti not necessarily linked Cooksey, recently elected pi eel- conservation I II ,I
n n't ,\ II"i U'.id' nl proved and and submitted tu I the J I
.' ., J,' ". ,1.111111 1.' : #,. -'. "'" I ;10 Agricultural yard lighting' ipeclalliti function suggest the leiilslalure 1 lor enactment State I dent of the Rloilda Wildlife federation I; Cooksey I III calling on nil sportsmen 'I SCHEDULED fOR WED, DPi, ;

s Ie d I II \11"'IH'' \' -,, I .''roo., n of 1 iihti at all places on the Senator Ilemy t Gaynord of: stated this week that his for Information that may bo i (Christmas Pay )
4'w'; "n 'la' ullrrrI f'' t '- .. "i" cad which may be visited after Flnellas County, chairman of Ih'j I organization would take the lead 'used as evidence which shows I
I ,' i *..oh tn lambing sheds, machine association Committee on .! :he lack of proper Instinotion to
I I'll"I :' I Ir : :..::n shop., garages I brooder in a state-wide effort to brinK en-1 I HAS BEEN POSTPONED '
lotion, said here Conservation agents, lack of
I I I. .1 I 1"11'1j ?'t and milk: house loading plal- A number 0" about more diligent effoit In Kw: |!
I
1 j ter), nick, wI ( L th'S on buildings homing Unnurs in the code were ftls operation With Individuals and II
.' I I I ,''HI'I : \ ,-:, .c< ate alto useful, not Only: Jssl'd,> but no definite anion !enforcement by 'the State Conservation organizations, lack nf) nsslstanrp Wednesday Jan. 8 i
,
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r ;Ur '.c\.on\ but to assist farmer i handled
Was taken. Department and he In prascontliip eases or :
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stock which
1 I.-g up might
e ,< : .c during,; the night Senator Bavnard said he firmly brought to t trill: by agents! and :

I c lIo'L 11 l',un'able,enclosed. weather1 ] believed that some changes 1' such other definite facts for The of Stua
City
1 I :, ''I- a. ; 1 : '.: .: ::., 9hts: < are also crowing In lieiuld be made In the adop for An acute shortag- chlldi en's I', booking up the resolution, I
," """ :' '::01..tow,th farmers at another laws of the State. This vas Us? underwear exists In Canada despite "We don't want hearsAY,"

j I 1'1 II ldt
.' .e j It'"e' purposes for ure here of the child Welfare( Lea ue \ output Is nearly double the concrete evidence bicked by af-
I !'''I''' ''J' L"'i .irt outdoor and Indoor ", = should b' addJ' '
: fixi tf America Inc pr} nni ligme Jidivlts The c < ( 8-
11 '''' .. 1:1: 11'" .., '.' F:ooci .shtf' of this type ire --- ---- ______' __ n___ __
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1 ... t.aCy:: useful In
Itt : k. I I.I4llf'l 0\ llll. FhR'IIII'ov1.RKIo : hay mows or
I
.. ''III', ) ,,,IMitm the trouble, u''11' bun (locations. Farmers afro \ 1S '
Cap o\' them effect\.vel>', as trouble J.r"t.. r
!II J..1 r < 'f : a tiaat ..r"tT :imp. to protect ring poultry ando } --: .J .
"t '-' : _\ar, mole, thn a'C e IlluminatI roans. |c tnnd. fa'tn "
I "' I .. .:.'nk of t them yards and chords reac. It 1. e'I._ \ -
1i ..: ,, ;j mated tint hang.: s would purch'eit \ ( l
tt : '''( 1 Irniu" of "cm percir ,If! ,1.J' .n Flr R : "
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'11" 'J'' \L tvndtg I trey; could be produced 11 nuifcet.tquantltet
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.male m1; d.=cast- ,, '. ,
( -' "e'' I'' "Yp It tart i be rmembued, however. \i'I/' lOC"YllI I $1I
!: ,, < r,, ,t ihq! ate cc.t.ria' and! the ute t-f '" \ ..r... I'. &
TI !1' 1.-1.1 : :. 1; ,, ",
( I e I Inf per a x( .1"e lee ncce ii\ 'i .I.'D ''" SIZE
Wet ,I '.. e a '. :z fn f I"net onii2 .. AIII '" '
p"i knuunI ul..tnrt, L ( : :: ), ; {o 'r I .., -<.' \1'-. ri () .\1": y ( 0' ,"


J 'ure'' 'rlu" ,-
'r f''e'IHI M(, ""I. 9 I
Florida Palmetto to Provide
ranted I Hi' n% JUST ARRIVED FIRST SHIPMENT! SINCE THE WAR !
,
oust t 0111
,""J t 'are tuti" Material for Building Homes

p,1l) C'Ityn ..1: Miss New Yorker Slips and Gowns

'\" ),.. "I"' MI.Jln! -- :NtaairI c raw nn'ci- l1J'II.lrcl.' half-inch thick and
:.J-! a ":: "I\"lon\ muy loiiiefi 1l'lpd I
AMERICA'S SMARTEST UNDERTHINGS
ltln.t: '( !m r : I n"!.I' [II'1 ("in mllll t" t l
Pn( -flit 'Ir 1,
apelatott.lint') 1
.,.r nlJ\\1n2 a II'I", / I o(11 Ila \, a.' :tlu< tto :\'UICI-i ii
pup 1 from iiltf, '"n tf) !t\i ,'ntvc' ,roi'ol 'I
I. 11 1"JlI'IH.1J i In it.! t in "' ry 1 I'lCl'ntlv ('''m- ,1
''r "nett) lisp pIrlrn' ,: I-t.;. : I:'. I-'J'llda' Stat, roots vill mikf I(>thousand I SLIPS 6..

'pJy .d ,IUlh I Chilli. -lei 1 C :nmt'ico Thui SOUBH feet of hiih quality board I. :: 1
Ye, They'reHere ,
let' .' .I''Iclila.. I I"I' 0 I ulm' .II//< c'"n,,I Ming of In- Khtwtight( >ouildabsoibltiriiiid 1 1I
'" '} ? .I!,I" 'leer I II l[ii ilf bllol'l I ( Mi; iloi board and possessive[ Inrh Insulation Just In \7

I ,.1 ,d,1 _rt''s plan I ) 'Irif t1 I board' may bo mule I7-t SPOUT Time For K..
I It I Ih \ .,' \aluo Interior board made fl'W1p..lmptto
pin }\ id I Ire 1 Inexpensive pro- ; ChristmasSilk
a ., 1 pulp U nd\.. Itself; '0> rn.v; I /1'
t i nU' = si ::11.11 i !lI' roof of the Pal- t COATS .
fabrication It :takes In' \" ,1 I
'h ? k ,inc.ius neti 1( 'eta: how' pi .,
Hit:J1' Cj\w) ),' v palmetto roots Wallboard for exterior use I Is and Satins : ,
made from Palmetto pulp by nitioduclng 2 I {
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I I fallible FOB processing plantst ; Plaids
? 1-,mi ii!, general o I I, $4 tn $7 )lair cold. arc chopped Portland cement! to t i'; ifL All Sizes "h'v

Roman. E,i:pnc! -nrautth : i;I. :'.Id pi oa's., rl! machinery to the mixture Watcipmr,: J1 ;Lei 1J; x ?r / s and a Men's Pullover Manhattan 1\\ 1Ir
durable, the boards be
nailed
iii i JoItl.d ""u. I i," mi10( "t ilbie may '
Horn pulp without I ,!t r'r ,. Checks" p.V\ !E; .\TTKS
"ne :tht b \\nn pork i 111xrri<'I With \.1"1'i i alld chpjnicals chipping or cracking
tli ; It has a pleasing IQO I 't cp All wool, long and short sleeves,
i""nk' UI i ih I army( tl:J c. pulp J,1'1, i "t'l Into InteriorRain's appearance 1 _
Plants now" in opE'rallon11I.. I +t all colors including whites,
---- when IRS golds tens, blues
maximum
<'ap,1"Il'uched. \ I a
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have an ou p'1' 11 oxen( ,- : frJ"I hu

Fancy Dressed Chickens of trrior one board million annually squni' feet Hut I let i i 1'" \:.. .,; 4 1 I L u D

EVERY BIRD RAISED ON WIRE survey emphasizes palm( t' $ Y f. "
board. Is so popular tha'i )pis i< M i Ill A 'Lek. t51D
Fresh Killed Daily output of both Inttiioinxi <1':0-:; Jf "

Milk Fed lender and Juicy teilor board can only Mippls I I.,- ftJ fi 1! t L

i Follow/ the Crowd' to chi market around UK plant' ai55l

Experiment. to develop a i pi;a--i it ;
RAIN'S POULTRY CO. dzed t:' board from pnlmo:to mo, ', \; i \I

pulp have produced natu 1" : and' Tea Rose (Pinks AEIV
!IIH FlaKier St ,
Tliona 311 proof board one-fourth inch p

'hick, Smartly depoiathe and t4 \ Gabardines LAlJIE HANDHUiSPlastics } ; Whites,

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Q .i .. .. ...i.. .. ... ..,;" .....-....""- the home, the plastltlzrd board k 1
I rs+'"" Stylish and Smart
"a1 will fill needs fOl'i tnbletopsc'ralnboardu Lace Trimmed

Join the Family Table l lAt and showerwallR, I
Copies. of the lIul'vey, outlining I
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j- the Industrial possibilities of /J'\\) i l

palmetto roots, are being! mailed I Mflnbattan ..
"THE DUTCH KITCHEN" I to hundreds of Industrialists and .d"d : 1
\ Airman
Inlanders by the Folrida Powerand k ;' Fancy ,Bells''

Light Company which \Is I I: tG s J Zelan" Designs and Colors i I
ALL )
THE
TURKEY YOU CAN EAT 9$, also publishing the/ Informationi yt'ii
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With the Trimmings $1.50 i its advertIsemfiits as p art obIts JACKETSSPORT 1
5 state Industrial development'

riogram; GOWNS I
THE FAMILY TABLE jll _____ i '

EVERYONE EATS AT SAME TABI.h: P In tli war Dl 1 101., the Coast i I Floral
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0dud e i ruttci .J : r' .an') tnitdt'I Design r
Dinner Served From 12 Noon Till ::4 P. M. nil the' Ilr.-,t ciptu!: ",1 the 'aJ.j in 3 ,

216 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY l' \\hi n slip took 'h 1 Bilti t"h bill I I'P.IIII" p... its, p Pa.telPinks
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"';"'::!/2-r.Pe.'l.I'r.: "- "!2r:1.:: / 'g''t'::: ''senen' sawn.: '' .: 1 1111 t tear ,,it t :N;. 0 1.l'al' trans shot SHI I UTS BluesLace ) II
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and Plaids Trimmed r IJ
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I Thurs, Dec. 19 pl1 ? ,a e Rayons and Wool and Ladies' Gloves j l

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JACKETS Ia I IA

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rilE STUART NEWS, STUART Martin\ County, FLORIDA TIItRSDAT DEC 19 19t8 PAGE SEVEN II
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I SHRINE AID TO CRIPPLED ASKING I Einstein Student I amendment while providing no throughout the elate to becomea ments to permit Tom Ferguson Democratic National Conventions '.,I

penalty, prohibits "any contract candidate for Attorney General to enter the University at the from Florida fourth ongres-. tR '
inouncing I Tampa FNS, Taking (hp 4,0, Finds An Answer to exclude persons from employment in 1948 and is said to be age of 14 After gaining his A B. slonal district embracing Dade, ;,... '

I Ran "Nn man ever, stood) because of membership or giving serious thought to the degree!: he graduated in law and, Monroe and Collier counties y ,
M'HlRht' aM when he stooped so to j----- j non-membership" Idea. by reason of an average in both Fcigusons late father served !(

THE OPENING I help a crippled Arkansas adopted a similar I Ferguson was bom on a farm courses of more than 83. he was as a Columbia county) commissioner .
FRIDAY Tempi shrtn. Is sponsoring amendment at the same time sin Columbia county 15 miles awarded a degree of Juris Doctor for sixteen years and the

DECEMBER I Florida first dual Bowl" Florida did but the Arkansas from Lake City and trudged four .. family was held in high esteem .
20th | vhch 11)b) {. played at Phillip game amendment does not bar the II miles dally to a rural school to I Following his graduation Ferguson throughout western Florida fI k:, .

of the Field New Yen,"'s Day between closed shop in Itself but simply gain his early education. A man engaged in the practice of With his wife and seven-year-old r.
i I the University of Delaware and authorizes the legislature to pass of moderate means Ferguson'S law In Miami where he Is a member son, Tom Ferguson resides at <
I Rollins College Gal11( Ump 30 laws to that effect. i father, at the Insistence of Tom ) of the Dade County Bar Association 1543 N. W. South River Drive )j.'." .

P. M In the recent elections, voters mother made sacrifices to give and was president of MiamI. He Is a strong campaign '
i I i Tin entire i :I, proceeds of this oJ five other stales ratified limitations him an education at the University the Florida Young Democrats in er and a Rood vote getter and n

[ ORSESHOEPACKAGE Mime: )less Ktiml expenses will on unions. Colorado of Florida The Institution 1036-38, For the past four years would prove a formidable candidate

w gives 10 the bhiiiu Crippled y + adopted an amendment makingthe -_ .-waived_ .scholastic._ require he has been a delegate to the should be decide to runEnjoy .
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I Clilldioiu, Hospital! Indications closed shop illegal unless approved -
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j jI are'< thai' UK. ]( ('Vl'nt111 bo M sell by Ihtee-fourlhs majority o,::! ''e: C!: P.It; : J P.: .: tCee:! tc t: ,t cPCp.
I E" vpi Temple) in a state-supervised Flection
Tampa. with
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paces i mUnj( : from $1,50) to Kansas forbids closed shops except L Your Christmas DinnerAT f(
I $:;) 00 IIHlllCtillK: tax ." when authorized by a mnJerlty I Z Zt
'Itlf' of the employees concerned -
t r In a secret ballot election.
EAL TERMINAL TO : E3 I Wisconsin and Oregon have similar t ,
STORE -fi. ,
I ( OPEN CHRISTMASMiami CIIICAGO Pinball Is the modern provisions,
descendant of an old American" I The wave of strikes that duiIng THE STUART HOTEL'S NEW DINING ROOM !
'ANSI, Eastern All game originally called bagntclle,
which was very popular In the '80 s the past year has crippledthe 119
I'IKS
i IH u 420{)-fool terminal '
of the last century, A novice ran natio i s economy climaxed
t buildliK: at Miami 1 International play It as well as an expert The I with the recent coal strike has Christmas Atmosphere I
iith a separate street Airport Is because of iJA
/ entrance on ixptded to relieve congestion game Intriguing its so thoroughly aroused the public .
infinite variety of action,
sceola Ave. for the convience II n t the field and improveservice W, A, Patter, shown above, thief: that Congress is certain to I pass TASTY r)11
of bur EAL I DELICIOUS FOOD
passengers, will engineer of a member factory of legislation designed to curb the \ - .j
downtown shoppers. in be completed by Christmas EAL Corn Machine Industries, Inc., here, abuse of power by labor leaders -fi.1 .,
Stop for a picfcldem iptuiii Eddie Rleken.j ttud cd mathematics at the Univer- and the elimination of the closed
backer announced last city of Bonn, Germany under Alfred i MENU M
selection
of shop will be the
ride Liquors, Wines Einstein and compiled the among questions
The budding,. I g9,
now under const following; Interesting figures. On a 'I tltot will be given seilous con- $
I and Cordials. net ion be-l\v\ ('e'n EAL's base and table having 12 bumpers and five sideration "FULL COURSE DINNER"
I the regular i all line terminal at balls, a given player has one The significant thing Is that &
j THE IDEAL XMAS GIFT Ihe International Airport, will thane In 720000000 of ever toeinff Florida's Attorney General led Half Chilled Grapefruit Chilled Tomato Juice Chilled Grapefruit Juicer ?
two games with ball action and I
Radishes *
I Ir used
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to unload all Celery
passengers angles cxnctly alike The possibility the way, and did so courageously
and cargo irons Easteins IncomIng : of two identical:l games in every and at the risk of his political Sou piChicken 9
planes except the dally flight minute respect, occurring! in succession I future Now the wisdom of his
La Reinc
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[ OPULAR BLENDS nom San JuanRickenbarker i I That means are one 1000000000000000 In a vigmtillion.,. I action is being vindicated and Roast Maryland Turkey with a Dressing and Cranberry Sauce K

declared that OnO,000,flOO,000,000,oooo00,00o,0o0-. public opinion Is more solidly behind I 11 Roast Prime Ribs of Beef (Western) /bctl
tI.1'. biuldlnk I' temporary and Is 000,000,000,000,000. ,000!!,<000! ._. _____ him than ever before. It New York Sirloin Steak ((75c extra) 1&
AM PENN being put In at this time to help I ii, generally believed that Tom q
5th $3.65 handle UK additional planes i l Watson will be a candidate for Chefs Salad Ii

ii DE LUX 5th $3.69 'that EAL ha added to Its system RAIL COMMISSION I Governor in the next election a Cauliflower Fresh Pea. Candied Sweet Potatoes Whipped Potatoes !
I during UK last few months. JNtMES I : RATE BOARD and if he Is, he'll be a hard man
DE LUX Assorted Home Made Pies
Pt $2.33 We hope the 20th street lermlnl I to beat '
LAGER & BURTON.S ; l across the Held will be In use ''I Tallahassee, (FNSl The FlorIda -I And If Tom decided to toss his i Ice Cream

lack Label 5th hetore another winter season Railroad Commlslon last hat In the gubernatorial ring V J! Coffee Tea Milk p1qrf
$3.70I 'aidSUNDAY week appointed its attorney, there! will be a mad scramble for
I 'kite Label 5th $4.15 comes.-hi-- I Lewis W. Petteway; its accountant I the he
post now holds The first Served 12:00 Noon Till 8i30 P. M Christmas Day
Fred Pettijohn; and its '
aspirant that has
TAIRS White Label come to my "
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5th $4.15 I telephone engineer, A. B. Greene attention is Tom Ferguson veteran Ffl THERE'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ORDINARY AND SUPERB DINNER #,

Ii TAIRS 1788 5th $4.66 DINNERBinh a* members of a sub-committee 'I Miami Justice of the Peace

HILL 5th $4.35 I ; I I:I develop from eight separate Southern rates states for local to who. Is being urged by friends rJr .17 rTu'rWWTwa eea''a'' 'rot'os'+ tC"PCt .TMaf Pt "aS*eht N'a'pw'eeI' t rArII P wYTMgTMOa'pTMCaTMv: ,r.tt N'q: ,(

end long distance calls of the ":;.. ...'=.' .. .. M''J'.. '.'''. ."" ,..,,,...';"...."; .'..,,. "', >...,s>,.oP'",......,................,..........................'." ....."" ......IIP.. ......."" ,....", a..,..,,,,,.,,... ..",. ."....41",.""a.... ....
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HILL Pt $2.75 ancIent times the celebration of ._ ."" ...' ... .. .. ... ...'"Qa. .. ..."...".. .. .. .. .. ..'"""' ''...' .. ... ..."..'... ..'...".. ..."\4"...""" ''.. ..."..."... .." .*-
I Southern Bell and A. T and T I"
the Yule Log Included the serving
Petteway said the of
THOMPSON purpose
5th $3.73 of a ;sail !pig In all his glory. In
the committee will be to work ;
UIOM day of lusty appetites and CHRISTMAS-CRECR' J0'ice ; .
(VAN WINKLE 5th $3.64 gronnlnj tiblpx the boar was brought with the telephone companies in I .)

MINS I w"hole \10 the silo i on a great platter I developing Information on the /. .
IMPERIAL 5th $3.62 An apple ass placed In his mouth separation and rate problems of tP.) '" W' > J. "1
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VERNON 5th $4,55 and h. was mn,i uunded by all manner the companies )
| of good thing to eat ., ,
VERNON Pt $2.87K Since those cliyi. the pIg bus been ON SALE HERE v
I broken down into pardons, to fit\ the iiimiimimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiimimi Df
& TILFORD RESERVE 5th $3.70 needs of evlu. the >i alien sift famlly l t .5- wJammr'ime: M4A
I I I-'or Ibo larger groups a loin of Social News of
NLEY RESERVE 5th $4.15 pork or a large ham gives flavor and I y
lute to the main course nblch has '
DSDOWNE.. 5th $4,08GRAM'S I no equal among those who know I Stuart Cont'dlulllllllllllllllltnllllllllllllIII111111111 yR i.sr '
food Ham, of I
I and .1|>p euale tine I II
7 CROWN 5th
$4.12
course can be ell her boiled or baked I / !
while the loin It always roasted ftI
SCHMANNS 5th $3.79EE I Dolled ism Is well known In the Mrs. Tracy Martyn society edi- v.f .a N'e
FEATHERS 5th United States end for many years tor of the Stuart News is now at I?
$4.20 hat been an Ann 'Irnn favorite espe her home on Flamingo: Dilvo af- y
lDEN WEDDING 5th $3,96 clall when l, cooked with cabbage tei a month in the hospital.
I A ...,'1 baked ham carefully pro -- I) r./
RIAL 5th $3.63 pared situ h cloves |liioapple, and s i Lt. and Mrs. H. W. Frazier are 1
I
few Maraschino cherries Is a ..ourmet spending a few days with hispurmnta
VERT RESERVE 5th $4.13 s delight fiicon end seneage are : $
I Mr and Mrs. C, A Frazier -
stall"'* rot !the American breakfast'
D CALVERT 5th $4.76 tablo 'u hue Ilahuh'I i tun: Is as Amer of West Palm Beach, and I ?
lean i. the "Ml..l"s ppl rhtr Sal' 1 1.1'1' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T uI
RAVEN Pta $2.15 pork atwll" npnitmit product\ of Van Tassel of Stuart. Lt. Frazier
Ihe l Ilia RAVEN I.'g Pta $1.15
dishes "n (the Amerkiin list of every duty. His wife plans to Join ] '" I
dinon'u A slice or two of ham him in a few months .1: \
I baked In much the same say as the \II. M r
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..hol lain should 1 prove satlsfactor> I-r.\ o G A r w, 5" I I III
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL tOC=LOCO0:: r. *
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for a mil fsmlly.I'nvk
I It ataln apt,c rtni In goad. I. Too Late toCLASSIFY 'I 1" J.j4Ib 5* I
SophIe\ In the nitlons fund "lor s 'M 5*
PETE HAGENS $2.99 scr-ndtne"' to the A I P Service for '
Ilnne" Mik" ,is mild this fine food eon 7 I
be ''to'' 'I 1 fr","U by l, the Amerlran con '
100 Proof Rye Liquor niou, r This west t I la win-rally known By RUSSELL KAY i1 ,;
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.. an pnl'ra, food slnr the fat 4
Budweiser% Beer I
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IIlIalil" II die Id tlonal mater a) .L.OGo:: ::::=::lOClO I"" OIF* J', q ,
thai nay b. easily and economically In the light of what has happened I M (Premium Beer) tOn < r ..n s, '' qr t

RICO White or Cold Label 5th $4.18 Htlllr.rd This 8 as in energy Iny far dinner try a roast since Florida led the way I r o Draught r '
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2.16 loin of pork with mashed potatoes I by adopting a ilght-to-work '_, I
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I RICO Tenths sauerkraut and spplcnaiu' fry amendment, it appeals that At- al ,4, t. ... ..
1.32 I rolling Rrnpefrult I that 'It RO plentlful : luiney General Tom Watson and ,.. .d
RICO Pinta. w.
Harr for dessert top It off with sbocrage I those legislative leaders who a 5S

ARDI Cuban ..... 5th 5.65 fought for this legislation were I 5w

ARDI Porto Rican .. .. ............mSth $4.30 doing constructive a swell job thinking of advancedand which P VISIT TOMMY'S PACKAGE GOODS STORE &

A CHICA .......... .m. 5th $3.94A now reflects Itself to their credit
and to the state's, %

CHICA .. ............. ... 10th $2.05A Expert One by one, other states are WHERE THE LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL '

CHICA .... .... ..._...._ ._........ ..1Pt $1.25 Watch RepairingBrine falling In line and three more
states adopted similar resolutions 1

GAL ._ .. ....._ _...... 5th $4.16 on November 5 Arizona Ne- f I :
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
lIome and South Dakota, The
To braska
Work My
GAL ...........-.._ ...._....... ..10th $2.16 At 80 lour West Third Street Arizona amendment reads:

GAL ............... ._.............. ..1/. Pt. 1.30 "No persos shall be denied retain the 9 WE HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE to

DWARD RUM ........_....__....... .....Sth $4.18 Charles H. Jackson opportunity employment to because obtain or of non- P I

DWARD RUM ..............-......... .. _10th $2.18 membership in a labor organization a of k k*
nor shall the state or any

DWARD .. .._.. ....._................. /. Pt. $1.32 dib-divislon thereof or any cor- I 1 WHISKIES WINES and CORDIALS I:

RACA RUM ......................... ....Sth $4.18 poration, Individual or associa- ,
tion of any kind enter into any "

ANA SPECIAL un" ., .Sth $4.64 es RCtasOte agreement which excludes any
person from employment becauseof IGIFT
non-membership in a labor PACKAGE
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line t organization
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word for word language
ported Wines, Gins, Liquers and CorIa of the Florida amendment MADE UP Christmas Dinner ;. !,

In the cases of South Dakota AtTommy's r
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and Nebraska the language 'a

i ii ABSTRACTSTAX closely follows that of the Florida In Any Combination GrillTOMMY'S I : '

i AND TITLE I amendment which appears .' ,
INVESTIGATIONS to be taken as a pattern for such
AN IDEAL GIFTHARWOOD'S- ESCROWS legislation although South Da-

$5.99 TITLE INSURANCE I kola goes even further than I BAR i

I FLORIDA Florida in that It Includes a penalty I OJ';
for violation and provides -
A fine Imported CanadianStraight ABSTRACT CO. that any person guilty of respon- I TOMMY SAVAS .
Aged Whiskey JIM KENNEDY sibility for the closed shop is sub I
I ject to a fine of $300 or 90 days
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WHILE NORTH SHIVERS AD MEN WORK IN SHIRT SLEEVESPIFJ. ,' INTERESt-SPliT FLORIDA HEN NATION'S BEST LAYER (!CHRISTMAS SEALS ganization In tht,
NET $671.20 FOR cache
"'" -- .. ..... .. ... __I ... TB AND HEALTH WORK lected locals usthe' rah 71l',),,,

1" IN FLORIDA'S "f Nearly doubling last weeks tion The in Marlin the Past) a

.- total collection Martin county covered five "aiea, tit
.""it"-' residents this week contributed in. the county thr met
I { FUN BUSINESSAgriculture $283.70, making a total of $671.20. .- tarlums and tw0 ''f
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". ;; to combat Tuberculosis, Mrs. had from three I'lhr.J
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t /t irJ "t, Lloyd Travis Secretary of the toots which ""eqUlr,! ,
).. and Business In- b ..ourje County Tuberculosis and Health medical examinati cot
I f Ii quirks Gain On Rec Association announced today. the
.:. i (,J real ion With only five per cent going During th civ; taU
the national organization and Coast 'I
to Guard c utter
....w. ""'; .... "" 21 cent going to the state Union side 0tthe
per ,
-._ v." -r tfJ Analysis' of 150 000 of tin( Inquiries anti bla .
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I ''L received In response to otganizationthe 2,900 county or-a----ern ports _
Hoi'Idas national adv..rll-Injl! ; BOI
I program shows Interest almost 1 J lab

.. ( equally divided between the
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.:ii1'WJ. 'state's recreational advantages VISITORWant
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: to a statement released b\ Oovunor t A Good Time
.. -- Mlllard Caldwell

Miniiii, c ul i i in I ii lac) .ill. .ulMiMiii, i nniiiiiii" wink, In their slur) -Iee\es at a recent sessionit : The campaign designed 1 to .' : VISIT
educate America on the grothand : t 'M i
MIIIIII I Ion i Inc i lI i.lii linuv I. I .muriLhl .I.it'kxunv'Illf: Nathan Mi\o. Tallahassee. BraclenHill .. ,
development of Foil Hla in '
I'eiiMnli I"n\ I Bt rcknlan.'r.uah.i"ee iluctui, standing l.I saxlon Ito}d. IMMon.1: THE MARINE
e, Reach. James I I I..lIilll..I... Miinii. Pern :Mjrch, M. Petersburg and !Iol''r..tar.I. State R. .\. dray. the fields of agriculture IIHlu- -. . ... RQl
and
try commerce recitation\
p.lki 1 U! Leslie Kidd Dennis retirement Is being carted 1 in f t' Community Sinking: Frolics

I,;tit Holiday Season Heralded By 1'mlvn ps on. 1i Jim! Tom LIUman Hogarth Charles DaleH both throughout magazines the nation and m\v-p )pus :J b-1t:!, : to Murray Snyder Plays' Your FaA I

(111.1111'' and Bill Oughterson/ Of the ten states which It'd I in Ii. Good Mixed
DrinkFineDRAFT
Return of Local Students .1.ll1hn.B Stetson University at the Isqulrles New York ranked i.!
Dcltnd Ins released nine Martin first and California seventh the 'BEERPREMIL'M
._ looking qtin/zinll at the golden reft "U'rar' award: tally
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College and pi'('pint( ,ithooi Mom Floncll State College at season countoung including[ people Sara for the Rollins yule, analysis"The review showed shows that while (aniphoi Tree a New lUmpOihe hen owned mil bred h\ Camphor | ( )
Tree Farm three miles I:nvt uf Ddind. is I unaware of thefad
d Tallahassee al'rfaI1HII".t: mil
-J utde'ca from w:tidy '"PII''c'c' ; Donald Burroughs[ Jack Bog- 51 per cent of those seeking!
I ,ties and "pvI'ral 1.11l'l l ..I'plil'l'I1lded Jinn Puku Piptv Joe iMlldied Information about Florida tint after lading 331 eggs during liltli mine than a year she PACKAGE
Joe Courson Beckman more GOODSVICTORY
gess. Henry .
out laid New' Ilimpshire hen In (the Iniltil Stales
I the hol1dllv "'a mi in : Clonis Jeanettc Rudd every
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with the Intention of coming
II'i Bob Know lea, Walter ;
: .\ result of Inning this mtlon-uide! contest, the golden
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Martin county this week l is 1'I'h and Minnie Louise Greene: Also \\rlls of Stuart Bully Smith Rio, here now or later want t to know < a
,'.iv sees additional \"U" .Itlol illB Paul and Gerald Thorn. who and Blunt Gideon Jensen Beach em.but vacation oppoituiutics the egg I Irt'l'ln pictured' a bu1'I piesenleil! tu the miner In t thetmuiran
?"ling I people 1:1'11111", Int'I1I.( :lie i ;iiti! Flliln> South Georgia College [ per
i Id, former ilis matrs' after "'V. al life capitol: i.inFiom '. DoiiLiis, oa. chnrllne Keith on other subjects deallni with'I one uf the egss!: piiiduii by lads (iniphor, 1'1"1'< after. the
close of the ixnlekl Evidently: sin hasii I been loll/ (hit vhc
cal months absence fl'IIm their LOCATED IN THE VICTORY HOTEL
I tin University of Florida daughter of Mi and Mrs George our basic economy said the fill
names, at Gainesville arc Arthur Chap- KeithThis Governor I tan take a rest -

II I ...;;;;;.;; :- :;- : :;;;..- -. --. --. ---- --- Figures given me by Roy c.1 -- -
Ayr. ... AJ/leea. Xq/1a71. ---- ---- -- .--- -- -- ,, +, i,w e la em.m. p X
..:."""g,.>>ra P: ...'- !--c. :; ;:; --lI :;:. '!,V'r'... .. .. .,.. ..... w. 'q. '.'... tP'O''IP'IP.ff''tP''J'f1'1'0. "', w. ..... .' ....-..... ...."..."""" ,mY"" "'.:".,.,.,,.,,."varyQ ., Beckman state director ol advertising maids as to whether u mi I they n nhrXa7e rwws' itwY: >p roR+r. yA'kf r. en a na/'ti p' e.'wt' Slo,
show that letters and could find husbands In Flu.llia ,
Q /i\ dir ads: 'eitisins coupons sent In from In the amount of inq nil\ -
I viicultural communities total sent In. New. York heads ''lit' Ii'l 1? CHRISTMAS GREETI I
(1 Year Santa Can A
: Bring .
:) an I 10,) per cent and Industiial in- while California Is sf\PI1lI;I The 4
", than top ten stales on the list t cur' r !
I } c O IIP (added< "II Is Inll'l'PstI eluding) Canada i. are Now York.
1 RICE
I YOUR CHANCE Ki QuALlFV FOR i HOTEl
ELECTRICAL GIFT I an to not.." he pointed out, : Pennsylvania. Ohio Illinois. Nl'wJ'IIory. <
{ QUICK 0 S wlflZENSHlP ENDS
4 i tint only' tJlI'I'p-t rsths of one Michigan California Indiana -
Canada, Wisconsin : ACT NOW?
per. cent asked about employ- DEC:3I,1C)46
% imnthlle we can always use Beckman told the Governor If AND
I SOMETHING FOR EVERY ONE
Rood workers, the campaign Is I that In the post! rnlendifni
Q & not resulting In n rush ol PerSons 13000 personal letters or mole '
<' I Irons fa without uppieciable) means than 1.000 a month Inv been | RESTAURAN1y
u \vho would compete with out own'''sent out In reply to 11'11.1'i 1\- 'pS ,
fJ J; Coffee Makers $ people In available employment" Questing more information Oil i '
p !'1t: I ,'. The breakdown received by the state He added that eve ; (HERBY'S)
: ,-Jtoj ,.".r_: Floor Lamps the Oovernot from Beckman I person on the entire list 01 I isn it
': chows that 13 per cent of the 060 had received one of the
-; Table Lamps inquirers are interested in three states booklets "This Is Flm 6|j? WE WILL BE CLOSEDCHRISTMAS
I I Q'i princIpal subjects Industry, Ida".
M /1\\1I \
I Gv. Electric Shavers t a agriculture and vacations This I I "If It were possible to check. of|[ DAY
U\ explained by the forthright! the hostelries .r f the eta<' this
6?; k t:;\ Table Broilers appeal of the advertising! ; copy season;' he mid, "you'd find! thi YI SFer t)1

*. which urges visitors to come great majority of these p"pp] i ni If p. MR. and MRS. W. H. RICE r
if; t.- Fruit JuicersBottle tq and see for yourself," Two percent have come to Florida i to 1111111 ,.n-' ,',nol nformel conloe' year i i
... rte want information on both First hand Information ;U.< w." arcs' V, tan' Admmc/lrohon, ofTc*. esA
tfI +t; Warmers to agriculture and vacations, 1 percent have urged them to do" I ". 6'Yb' a'O'+Y mw"lss id arm im mlmiE Jt i :@i')l
p ----- -- -- ---
ire Interested In homes and I -
all .# \ GE Electric Blankets t '
retirement only 1.7 per cent
1S9 ', would like to know about agriculture -
.' ,1' Warming Pads (olAy Industry homes and vaca- I
,J \lon. and some 17 per cent asked
I' RADIOS RADIO PHONOGRAPHS about a multitude of subjects I EDENLAWN NURSERIESOffer
I l These according to the report, c
}Ii includepathpl'. I Irlltll'l"
: PHONOGRAPHS health spoils,
Ira
.
honeymoons. alllgatois
.. .!r ", ; ..to. t--\
and from
even a i t two old
l'f'quP.t
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/ TIIF ELECTRICAL GIFT FOR ALL THE i --_.
FAMILY
the Christmas
Sale
tai \ / following in a Special
rp \ BEAUTIFUL FLOOR LAMPS and TABLE LAMPS (
rr*
hp, +'ot. S ,.I LTOUCH OF GUTTER


a fits HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICE I i Areca Psalms-$2,00.10,00.

1
q POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 13 $. Phoenix Rocbelini Palms-$5.00 8.00

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tGYS'jm'i 7 jd_I lCIa "0_ _t i4Ii.dl r GX/rJtl_ :Y_Ye4ur.YGYeP ,_/t"Id'YtWY6WsyY6aY6IE./ 6: < t.9 .8/.....>
Alexander Palms, -$ 10.00 20.00 (,Qet



Cocus Plumosus Palms-25/ up i'qP,

a

Sprouted Cocoanuts-50ff $1.00 tpd p


a Fishtail Palms-$3.00 up #

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&&i

I4s Crotons-50X up


THE FINEST GIFT FOR ALL THE FAMILY lv1uc u Hibiscus from $ 1.00 6oy


&erg

Double Poinsctta-$3.50 (tinned) i#

A Radio Phonograph CombinationThe

California Privet-15 I ea. r rJ'


Kind of Music You Want :
When You Want It aYf0AA
Mexican Privet-15X 0m.
Select Yours From Our Stock Now St A, bb


ZENITH RCA VICTOR WESTINGHOUSE Pboli eec rNtw yoA thin ImlimtScarlet Various other plants and shrubs bi eIt i

-TERMS-- wool flannel suit with black 11It
sequin stripes on the whit collar Bougainvillea-50/ up ItQ
and cuffs. Itk i

ITS the unexpected not the Itf t
ld ldt Alamandas-50
*
RECORDSSymphonies big occasion that a bit I up
of planning this time of year That t
why wearers of Junior faaliloni can
Concertos and Popular RecordsIn thank New York party. .minded do- Aralias$ 1 1.00 up ;
signers for such all around festive ,
costumes as the suit pictured above.
Columbia Victor and DeccaHALL'S Perfect for 'doing the town," this

., type of dressy woolen suit Is Just
t t7 si appropriate for weekends In tile For estimates on landscaping see Merwin Phillips
country, especially since it bus a
black wool blouse _
This season too' Juniors"can!

s ELECTRIC SERVICE choose woolen: from dance a variety dresses of both and short long (Nursery located on Indian River 8 miles northof


POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 13 able woolen and evening not.too dresses-dresay of sort the pack-The Stuart 2 miles north of Jensen-Phone 145-W.)

majority are designed In plain or
striped Jersey or in bright plaidpatterns
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:STORE \ROt'T till .It "in 'lU.It\ .R'l Martin County: f'IORHb T1H"R'D\1': D1C: IH, 194b J-'ACJE Nu7L \'

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Quater tmlnntl; I alJ)) (about( them when When 1 Ihev tiansfoimei, IKdlonded ] '
1--- Million M "I get tmoiiRh GREENE CONRAD
with
I this ,.
pantiaph ((' ,, \'( by too much u""' oj>1 1lUdilcltv
I (Conlinilltl, (, !; don't lei that
f/lain ? bother
? (tf\, von l In a given nelUiboi1 '
I the school board IN THe : "reaSu.re
by the federal hires a sent PICKED FOR ALLCONFERENCE 1 hood, they! burn out and must be x t ? SHOP ,
Marlin County bonds which Jury, a bookkeeper and a lawyer" placed '
due this year and lor which try to figure out the deln'ls! I "In normal times there" IB no .- :
( gas tax does not proVide The school general fund redelved difficulty," he said, but now b o/l
'yrn: h money, The Stale Board ,, l MS,MS, 7 from the Kirk there! are not enough trnmfr rniis 1 '1aPIlw Jjs
i
| liter kitty, _
a And
substantial cut in this with one exception (' available fur vcivuiiiinv replacements -
I
tfI I i next year which mean that IN the Breast\ slice of Two High School Seniors I We arc dhcouiaRlnc;
taxpayers of Martin County tax/ money that went to any onepocket. use of electric hoalcis 11 a cold
Named TOYS-TOYS-TOYS
For
v: t'n going 'to Ret< cut 'In their ( The general school fund Performance Outstanding in IRC I spell comes, householden should .
t tI bills, is the souice of most school ex- I II make sure that the hi nil 'sand I ":r' THIS IS ::1.'
N IKIII, ) I lllldj ,)nndliures, but Special School Robert Diane, first stringguard the electric stove me nil In use 9 .
) money for (the school District No, 1 (Jensen> iccclvcd at the same time for that would pi I
of f TOYLANDFOR
>t 'tin County vela spin mo) fcl),859,09 for maintenance and for the Stuart Tigers, put too heavy a load m, the 1 )
I / '' District No, made the first team AllConference -
IlIncl and if you don t 2 (Sluirt-Salerna-] transformers which cannel\ be :
un- ; ? '
Palm City, 1'l'l'l'h"(1( 37937 and leven] Robert, a sE'nlor'ho 11'1 placE'cIf\ the lights In your t THE KIDDIES ; '- ,"
I District No, 3 Hoi( Sonnd-In- '' played center for the Stuart house glow dim, that's u sitn, i IK !O;; p ., J

1 Radio or Appliance Troubles? dlantown) receive $771414 team last year was switched to i oad: Is !getting too heavy and you "F' '"'i'\ Bring Them In let Them
Which means that all told, in guard at tin beginning of the should turn of I you hrtiic I See Tins Fine; Assortment' of '
CAILBARTLETT_ !November I reason doing a swell job. lie hits heating "
the school' system in appliances ( \!) What Santa Willllring'Ihemair I
this county received $$48,505,97) I them and hits' hard When ono of I The power i company )pi'('sld('nt 1i-: Christmas Day
BROS. from the taxpayers to be used I the other players on an opposite said thousands of t Imm'ol'l1wrlII (
for for operating pui poses, How- I team Is hit by Robert, he knows ( (' on older but sundtv of m itulTls -
I ivei)I', this Is not all: the various that he was hit by a stone wall, nukes thdi( <'(iilvd '!llvi('I'V Children's All Metal, Rubber and Metal-Tired WAGONSAllSizes
FASTEFFICIENTRELIABLESERVICE Inlciesl I Jim Conrad another regular
and sinking funds garnered I hithly_ ImpiolxiblfSHELLS' __
a lot en the local eleven this year
more
as follows: i : !
Onoial 8380.07; District 1 made the All-Confeiente sr<'ond

OsceolaAve. None, District 2 $184933: I team Jim played end and was '! SHELLS! SKEE BALL GAMES DART BOARDS. FISHING OUTFITS -
Phone Stuart( 2QJ District 3 -- $387305 These! the best delenhive player storm t Slit'IK Hill | llllllMR- Ilir
figures total the coast In my estimation,, %Mikini Mull ,liuilrviiti .ROLLER SKATES .DOLL BUGGIES TOY
a $14,00335 which I . .
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fur 1'ihe list
-- --
!lOPS to
Interest
pay and pilnfipal I
I
LIST YOUR -I Iteu ul' in unils outstandlnB. bonds, NAVY VETERAN ENTERS LEONE 0 I,, liiix DRYSDALEI' 46 BOWLING ALLEYS PULL TOYS TOY JEEPS .

STUART BUSINESS FIELD Mid ml ::1:1<:l, IIIWHIV ,
Vacant Improved nn Riverfront Properties roads than on any other one! 1P.vtMilA lraL'iiTs{
H.m in the fifth paragraph of Mi and Mrs, Raymond Berwick -
Some Exceptional ; BUILDING MINIATURE TIMBERS. XMAS TREE
Buys Available ,
: tills report, you noted $2885576 are new owners( and uI'I'-itois
JI
wen, to county roads, but that of the handulch shop located! l len J
0'' I I' mil all, because additional highway 1 Just south of Chi!,.,- HOLDERS AUTOMATIC REPEATER PISTOLS .
TTO fW UDINb tix(s for the special road and holms( Known as Ray's Lunch
p
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER tll t > the total, divided up ns fol- cd and Is open from 11:30 a. in. GIVE MOTHER HOUSEWARE
1 J\\,: District 4 $176073 II till 1 100: o'clock the next mois 1
Next Door To Stuart News Dist 5 $188581: Dlst, 8 -: lug, The Buukks, from 'New
i York City, are making their home r ; .\ IOSS O(Cfit'
$78675: Dlst, 12
__ ____ $2.03115:
------ I Goods--The Gift For Men
h : their of business, Out
---- Dist 10 $49825: Dlst, 17 a place ( I US unel You( Hive Sporting
of the Berwick
505709: Dlst. 18 $3,402.17which Navy a vcai served -
two In (the Pa itI1C Insiirinie: It K ,\
"LISTEN"TO means a tolal of $42.983,72 years :
o fine cash Kiekllter collected In i bond, ( 1111'( USS BIMUS'IS :M ')slilv( Pleasant H SELECT A PRESENT FOR DAD
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1ovl'mbl'r'I'nt to maintenancefunds I feeling 'lo Know' U
for county roads andrilelRes (GIVE HIM TOOLS
Will lie ,\ L(1tLAGI )
:' exclusive of I the $1,04940 WINTER SEASON l
CALLING MARTIN COUNTYOVER that (he City of Stuart will get l,NO, fancy. 'inn

111 time KNOWhu) Wll .ti- HARDWARE GIFTS ARE LASTING GIFTS. USE OUR
But this Is still not all tho WAY\ AHEADOF N
lend( lo Hit Settleirent. .
money put In the bank for ex- l
WYRA LAY-AWAY PLAN
icnditines on county roads and Sir Is, !Now!
bridges The Jensen Road & LAST YEARPower
1 1400 ON YOUR DIAL I 1'01' In'.ursiee Of Ml
Bridge District received In its
11130 to 11 :45 A. M, Monday Through Saturday Kinds, fED
maintenance fund $434735
T G. Schreckengost Martin County Rep. whleh( runs the grand total of Stuart Hardware Co.

Phone 126-W load cash collected, to $48,380.53, Consumption Index I MAPP
(thrrl1l1l1s I Points To Increased

-I If Kicklkei could just have i I Activity I'I'I Mciy: Kind of 11i1
stopped there, he might have I Insurance The Store of QUALITY and SERVICE
.
considered he had done quite a Iione
19 P.O. Arcade
: job, but his labor go on Florida's winter season Is aI-I
LUMBER VETERANSIF The FloUda l Inland Navigation i most two months ahead of 11III ...........,... --.-- .

District which Is responsible for I dule I _._ _____ __ H_ _______ ____ _____ __ ___ _
the existence of the coastal waterway This was revealed in figures
YOU HAVE PRIORITIES SEE from Jacksonville to released Monday by Mcoregorl!
i Dr"rtin frrA, D{ p D rn' NrrmrrNeev .p,tn"yuan.rffri>?p Miami., got $838, Smith president of the Florida .1r.-t,. W 4 vn .t vr4w? 'ror.l..rya 5G'a,G1% '7'V.:1n L. .;. .: ;' C. b? v, Y.*sq'vx' Nrrgrvgre'lmomlrnpa'yevtmrragp. N : : : : tw. o *::tr
US FOR '"
The Martin County antl-mos-I Power & Light company, which fl'f
quito[ district received $598104 showed that electricity consumption : t
i Building Materials to carry on the job of abolishing II Is greater now than It was I ASK ABOUT r3
the 1 pest. tl the height of the season last )t & ) SHOP NOW FOR
The Jupiter Inlet fund In February i
WE WILL DO OUR nEST FOR YOU 1'1'-1' year z OUR u
I cc'vcd: $167610 Ol course The poer\ company president I ;
I I I I. no Intel because the ocean said that Its system peak last CHRISTMASJEWELRY l
dosed: U, but there are debts, I Friday night was 236000 kilo I
The Palm City townsite funducclxod 'I It watts, the highest ever, which' Lay-Away '

0..1 yVCarTN"n0 I $10019; the Jensen exceeded the mid-season peak I
leiwuslle I t fund received $11924J'' list year by 20000 kilowatts, | Plan 1
; .
Old the Salerno townsite fund 'I New customer connections? I oet
:it $1,12009: these moneys will another barometer, showed 20I' /
I
C 20 toward the liquid[ ,u:on of old 000 more customers today than vJ
h'bts:' I at this time last vear | J s ..dp. a
I The St Loire Inlet district Floiidii growth Is vividly p. GIFTS I '
nud look almost as much cash I IIi fleeted In these statisticsSmith ,"
[ r0 YOUNMOVK ; the rood funds The inlet said I He pointed out: that I, U tc L. ; WEGIFT 4I

evrarrxao( ro sx,. cso.' I ilntpnance fund got only $1.- t an even greater total will: beshown N. WRAP
kr '
19320 I but $3771027 was deposits when his I company is able i p. ''W:': p. '''' '''];(k. W ii \
I to get scarce materials for servIng i ; !' : FOR XMAS a
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9N,7 r ,rr! l rs'C'Z v7r4t7 eviler':t':' 'Z'Z'Z'yZZ1"THE tt.:f.m'pr.'r;;!!; :.Nq,;"p.::sew;;, q;:'q.'Iq.c.'J:p;rln.l+ru sew construction The scarcity (p f}.
of copper wire, poles and fJ'"



I 11! 1 PLACE of FUN" I I Items combing tiansfoimeis these though and new the the has company has connections nation brought slowed for Is poles down these fine-even In ij ONLY' 4 MORE SHOPPING DAYS I Iij



j fiom as far as Washington"
'TILL CHRISTMAS
But along with the optimistic ij

e NIGHT IS A SIGHT! | outlook for season business,
EVERY there came a warning that t OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK DURING THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
of transformers
scarcity may
(, cause a serious problem In event a7

U MURRAY SCHNEIDER | of Smith a cold explained snap that tians- R FOR HIM FOR HERRINGS .

formers are used to reduce the
electric! current from the high
p. voltage to low for home use ; RINGS
PLAYS YOUR FAVORITE | t+w

I: WATCHES WATCHES i :

ed] for the general I & S fund r WATCH BANDS WATCH BANDS
:
YOU SING IT and the special I & S fund set up :
BAt for the Pape-Wilght bonds drew WALLETSCIGARETTE COSTUME PINSWATERPROOF e

y, $838090; which makes the total
CASES BEACH BAGS \
j| ot cash set aside for this tom- 4
poiiiilly-dcad horse amount to 0 FOR THE HOME #

ROOM BAR |I IH $4758659 The Palm City drainage dis- s,i SILVER 4; w

J o THE MARINE trict fund received $148,23 which
was the smallest deposit to anyone
fund Fancy Elexa Plastic Alarm Clocks '3 aa

DANCE MUSIC PLAYED | The Everglades drainage district
H derived $543.74 from the
-m11! tax and $0.657,36 from the 1\11:\' WATCH REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING-ONE WEEKS SERVICE-ONE YEARS GUARANTEE t:

BY S acreage tax, or a total of $7-

9 TUCK 20110 I STUART JEWEL SHOP I
DOROTHY
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LOUIS BURNS AND SONGSTRESS When Klckllters kitty had
dft reached this point, there was
nothing else to divide Lack look-
ed at the good book and discov- OUGHTERSON BUILDING' 6
Room ered that in one month he had
Hotel Dining | collected 73 per cent of the total q "w STUART t
Victory
B tax roll which this year standsat OWNED AND OPERATED BY '4 4I 4s

$33448738; Lacy Is probablythe l f}
NOW OPEN FROM 5 P. M. TILL 9 P. M. 6 only man In Martin County I MARIE J. FOX I'
who does three-fourths of his
PAUL GERHARD .J| year's work In 30 days What in OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS (

Rt the world will he do to keep busy
6 a ti al'w l alm a the ictt; eleven months? na3' : t +"( + m3sx'l } ii 1 fidici i t'' w
n aI''r'rw wlw u a I
f m tl I'w l n a Jnma}nf yw aP"n+

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Governor- Calls on SheriffTo Operate) Business from Wrieei Chair [ Water Conditions FluctuateIn !(I LEGION FIELD TO SPONSOR I See Where- Inll1!)


I Regions I I Harold by M, II (mill) IIRF
Crack Down on Firebugs N Lake Okeechobee I can Legion ttl('hf\' IIIIIIIrIpfA

at the
-- The J. C 'o has ,"fl
!rtu board of commissioners of slime manner the diy month of I i sponsor a l
GnI;, ,uu,' :\llllnlli, I c iidwill has est I lire l'unlJiOI |putt" ,lull l\h"II'i ;' iI'T'j' : ; :, .. }. i Teb 22. fat t th, Adlf9eorf
tlad11! District has October aided In averting com- I
Drainage
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cj. I. tint nil (t M Hancock 0.1' In other ('0\111\\ \a', ,i 1"111'1'011I'ducatlonul i Staff old! ) dinner ne,'I? .
it I" i. ': summarized disaster to crops following 1 press
11I11Ih' the following plete
to , forest l 111'(' puvcnliont ) piuMum l is in <'i 1' :t .I : i -,. cussion Interest and! lit'' I '
P r re'wt: of water conditions In theE I the heavy rainfall of Nov. 11.I If action 'r" luau> t
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\ I \1.1'till t, feet with Dus: .' p.. I., n oI I I tin' t i. I'. ,, 21 spin i I'' I ,
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I '. : glades during October and any of the Influencing factors \\llloughby 'lcCU
midland unlit 1 i' '''1'1'.11.1'' :.ie A. The Sunrise Inn
I ''J I", I II,i l' cord" i t } I of ,
tract I '
.f curt' NuvembeiI '. had been less favorable during( J Ja't.O
01 ? I.' Iln' "'dlr iiW. control 1 i Legion Is neal'lni1'01111/ > I
a general n :
season
the rainy
Iuht I iiiinfall In October re- .1 past
}. ','1"1)" ) (",u'tuur In tin l'U\lllIl'\ 1 11."V II1It: a firplotcrlton ip rrtti I flooding would certainly have I nu hill ,
,, ',' : suii'd<' in moderate decline In FORMAL for use by tin .
"'I' \ ('hi \ u'ntnmn' p",1"1II1" i tiiur din t ti ; lesulted | II
f:u I rl i n 1111" I "p'ratlon ,l' i II'qu.'II'd i to in- .. \ .1\\, I' levels throughout the Evel'L.ad I Declining' water levels dining HONOR I The city I'N'l'l'all"l( i '

t' al II, '',. ,t '' ,liii hl.l'lull vi stin.Ate all i urns Iihnh mtv or'ur ;:, 1 it'!s. This decline permitted the month exposed higher lands I Is oigunUinu ..I. '
QI... I',, ,1111 i ,'dll.'I't)1' ( It IS aj") iuhldesil' 1pd the\ lowering of canal levels to that were Inundated In Seplem Hmorint team They 'IJI
t) ''I, 0l' that. you II VI"", t..ItC. all man I nail, favoiable] stages than those I' bee The soils of the wild muck I High/ 'ot"I'I full i "I (
\ ,. kllU\I :;. .... JU.i1 furs .is )piMsib' .II i tin counter 111,1'' prevailed during Septemb I and peat lands arc (generally,\ i dance will the girl II'UI11 ,
r, J "' .I'utes" \ 1941 provides i lilt harms a t tne 'ul1ll'(1l I Pl'- I' Above normal rainfall to saturated however and oxlda civic ccntci\ I and usher i "
J ': uiliul l i 1111111 t tornn ctilt, YOUr\ i ..1t'\1\t 1u11uM 1 1 U1 i| (III tin end of September In the upper i lion temporallly attestedvliilf I December \ by town
bl '" .. I ,.,:, ))- l' ...11".1111.11'. hV) ,''I'1l'oJn.III'I } | i i Olades emphasized the In- I vegetation Is dying, as Is seasonally Ishod b>' : s
it I .,! .,.utIC ,,.oiit'I, till ,'" 1.11,i 1".1.11'(1- i'-icl.i ablllty of thecanal system to norma). and grass fires may Parents 11 \ Elci[:
': '1' ,I ., Ith iii ht< ,',}"' ,111>\\I' .lI1I1\1.11\ ,o.. Cops FO", a R 8,0'co, 'rrcoe.t. IoT I, iosii"ed, poiolier, at the C..h,.1 iup with this quantity of rain- I now be expected to occur, the bClmiltecl l ) Stuart BoatRentals
CO '" .' 1,1... I 'J}, ,,' 1.1"l Vt"'O"l Ass i't '0"0"" Hotp" o f am.ncKttm Molt a shown w,th hi" Molts, I lill, water level in the land is favor- i Is Sue a i (' () I or. I
I .. .' ,' ,, .,' 10, '" 11.- I.w t che':"''t a -."ch" e' one .f ht" a, itti whol.. on poll fine the ho.p"" ."t COp'.OR' Only the disparity of heavy o, able to prevent soil damage at ,
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) r Il .ila'' \ B'o"co ha o t I Iiutbag and emirsAnn t Mail? I U Ia/aIPB I I. and continued rainfall duringthr I present
.: i .."" 11, ', 'i I I 1.?'"ii \IIOI.i, I IliPI. "ok,k ajo." and *hopes wen tc bt t.hog, o ">.'. 1C*.<. .xltitil' in the i months preceding October After the general recession of. .\ It,n" ) I ,,I.. lb.t. I ItI
.. '_ -_ business'' .- I aided by the ground water storage I canal stages during October. the 1101\ul 'l'ru I I (in.*, .,1 (,,,,11 I.i iH .,?'.. I
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1 available at the beglnnlm.: District, near the end of the I laid! a ) "(o'"I I Jub"/I Ib.

Your CatWON'T o; I the rainy season and the &'('- month closed the coastal con I IIt almost : For River Fishing( )nly
Cash For
Highest Mrs. Edna Coutant Observes
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lies afforded by reverse flows I trots In the arterial canals in an i measures: y Hour Day Or We!

Iinio 1 Lake Okeechobee' pi eventre effort to conserve watei The I the 1'1'11 M. L. ( Mac) McKillip;
TAKE FIVE MINUTES the overflow of levees In the heavy rain of Nov. 1 necessitatedtheli Inches In !

w. can pay you the O P. A limit for your car which 25th Year As Church Organist uitilcultural muck lands and le-opcnlng only a few days wise. It I | I P. O Box 796
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general fall crop loss, I iln the after they had been closed. .ail t Feed\ !
i it. as much as you can get anywhere andSTt.Y -- ____ _h. __-- -. --- -'-----

WITHIN THE LAW \1' LIJ.I: I ('inntltt t; oiKunl.st: of ally every binges( who has cometo asei .."
C4SVChisholm's: T'611Y4A" AT 'V0''IH''tioTMA KATMA'bAsW "ctar5o'wioGtoL'ns.
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: > i :M< I Jll.h'l church will Stuart Dec. 22 she will play
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. dtg 625 I
I .' mitt) t h.I I :.ath! anniversaryu the organ accompaniment to
311-23 1 South Dixie ..' .,,' : smut i pianist at this Handel's "Messiah" for the third mH
I.r. :M' I s al1" performance, time. u.I ,
Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 1
N.1., i iiii) et 'ul1 Ehvin. Clyde, and I Known to many as a teacher h
clu.ts I ." tu",: 'n.: in the chorus I for having been principal of the

:...'t.i. <:,01 t :M Its Contain know, Hobe Sound Elementary Schoolfor
; ) 1,125 .i11. i is her fingers
nine years, and having taughtIn
L. l PC! i min i '}lit' right! notes, that "
GULF STREAMSAILFISHING Salerno for the last two years, are making big preparations for
( Iii Iii l I 13( erne the center ofs
,Ld \ s 11,':.')('.1 ii! llle. but since .she has given her spare hours to ? '
:. ,, '1., I"I' i played for practic- her church and music your Christmas feast this year ; w '' eh
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Their Market Basket is filled to the -r< a f'
\II.I I Itiilll''It: ) SOUTHERN COLLEGE ,
OFF i\\I'. LUCIE INLET I II \\"I'OIt1': | ) !SHIMl : \; RESUMES EXTENSIVE ;)p r '
brim with the season'sgoodies ;
BUILDING PROGRAM :
OR BOTTOM 1 AND REEF FISHING
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l i--( I IiUOrIiCy J. Tom

...' --' .-... -- \'. "" s.,,.:. l h,'., i xpt sisal doubt that I Lankclandlth a simple v and an extra wa

tin, ..,as ,I'I I01'Ida make It 11- ceremony marking the rc&ump-
portion of
'' ,I. i to 1 tr,itsport i, moonshine : ton. of Its building expansion nor generous J't ,

h"\I ; "il1l1ulth( possession of program Florida Southern col- j Q every conceivable dish f ,''

..: ,. .r... 'i ,ii' n.oonshmu' I Is an olfcnbc In 1 lose on Monday broke ground pia'
!b .. '!.._ .... ii, .)pl.unt: > \to County Judge J, I'I for Its new $123000 administration :)? from soup to nuts / 55 I'' ;
:. '7' : : :tit: H, ,,iI'Il i ill S vnnnee rnunty. I oI I '
"M Ir''i:;1; iti t 'MI" ..YI I' ". ,Ih.Id) ''I'I I;4 t tlodilKht! Internationally
< '" 'I) II I "I.nlln' i: be' prosecuted lor '
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I he
.i4 (''II' ( "1 t'ii inn: a L 4s
'n: list permanent quarters -
be the
I""" 1-t 1.1 ,LI.I will. :noonshlne, follow-
: '" ...&I,.... for the college administrative -
.- )-, u.. .1', I I,.,'i Iii l several miles in 0?
i _! : ....,. !: 'III.II.( L Iii l < us.'.is uuiibporilnK U to I staff and the sixth blulding begun :!; i
b. hia group
new campus
4I: : II" .r t I'"i n.. \ general advised since 1939Accoiding, 41!
I 11:1 nc' only lot illegal
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to comment by a
(Out Igui' i Added Since, Photo Taken ) l 1''''''' "1)1),) a of ,
President Lucid M. Spivcy

THE BR4MD 'NEW SPORT FISHING CRUISER '. southern duilna the ceremony, t

: I I 11.1) I I ill\111'U' > this tout act a.n'ibs' the college contemplates the
.,,: n'III I.lln can be planned cere lion of 12 other buildings on J et'I'a
"OPAH"CAPT. I I. \1 I ;,:"Ji''II1'l1l I properly; ap- IlL west campus within the next \

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J. E. ( JIM ) BROCK 1'': tutu) hoods llrcs!:! fly. reIil's -
c' ,., ,. ( 1-10I'ttlo. .. lor-I Ii CAPT LANCE BACK

Spec Comfortable. Room i'1 1 I'1)111llltll i \\ Iii t i pl'O-i icl FOR THE SEASON 1
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Brand Ness Tackle and EquipmentPhone P Iur, /' Ins, r1.i it
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Nights I ;,11111' II..I'.II .1lL.-: t tolled'i < 'u
., , ] 1..1\\ 1\2ola v Inch will eq
Phom R. Johns I I I I II. ''J I t'lll\I !tlshnu P
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FOR HER FOR HIM ha
HALF FRIED CHICKENand

One of the Finest Selections of PerFind the Way to His Heart With One >
EVENINGS
EVERY DAY fumes and Cosmetic Sets on the East of Our of Our Nationally Adver- ltI French Fries ,. t:

Coast'! tilled 95c ;
TILL 10 P. M "

Exclusive Perfumes and Sets by Men's Sets 1 We will spare no effort to make your Christmas Dinner "Carry On" in the Beautiful : \

OPEN LUCIEN LE LONG byBERGAMOT n4' Spirit of the Day.SPECIAL. I tI

HELENA RUBINSTEIN HIS I t

MORNING XMAS RENEE THORNTON SEAFORTH CHRISTMAS DINNER $1.50 ;

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..",,"1111I111111I111111I111I1111I1..,............ __'L.. THE STUART KEWS STUART, Martin\ County FLORn> .,Tnrrwanavv. DEC ra. 1916 PADS: ELEVENlore I X190
y srss.sx\ 'Merry Gentlemen. si.
S
,, EERNONEWS{ meeting, Mrs w. L Fred Christmas in Norway by Mr. QUOTES 1 1OF Mrs.Wagert.. Chas. Conrad, sr., and Mrs. shopping tour.
I Pederses. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burchardare
QUIGLEY Merritt Story of Martin
D.
program
//L heP O. chairman, presented -,Luther THE'WEEK"My Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller left
Jniiniiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I I I I l l l l l l l I iiitiiiu I I I I I I I I IyTAheld a very Interesting the proud parents of a Immediate Delivery
I pro- Song, oh Christmas Thursday for Morgan City, La. daughter born last week at the
gram on Tree.
Its regular meet Christmas In the I wlf gets pr.tt Indignantwith
to
different Story spend Christmas with their son
of
t Bethlehem m.-nobt.L.Fonwtwrt.V Martin County hospital. t
Nations. I Mrs.
ly night at eight, o'clock. Christmas hymn, Jack Saunderson, Song: Oh Lit pees U. S. Rocket Society who and daughter The Palm City Women'- club 4 CYCLE GAS POWER LAWN
George Osborn Vlce-Presl- Silent Night, I tie Town of Bethlehem talks about flying to the mem.Ther. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohannonand will hold their Christmas
the
party
By
J. .1 ; Mrs Fred Peder- congregation children Debris and Ronald MOWERS
presided Christmas
Legend In Italy Mrs. J. P. today, Dec. 19. Gifts will be exchanged I
'''noI'J' the devotional and Mrs of Ireland by Mrs. I Wllbar. Song: .It no gravy train s nt- of Titusville called on Mrs. Martha '
le' George Away In the Manger and a social time en-
Osborn. Song,, Good eras can rids without 'YenlllaU Whittle .
Wednesday.Mr.
,icCullum/ lead In prayer I Weneislas. King by let and 2nd grade paying his far.."-Gun. Omar and Mrs. Dalton Anderson toyed ELECTRIC POWER LAWN MOWERS

. ,, jack Saunderson was England.- .song, God Rest Ye I Joy Why.to the the World.Chimes Rang Song, Bradley, Vittrant'. Admini.tra- end son of Stuart called on Mr. The Palm City Church Sunday
tor REGULAR LAWN MOWERS
: ----- --- j There and Mrs. Fred Pedersen Monday School Christmas tree entertainment
I I was a crowd of 50 peo evening.imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiumiiiiiiii. will be held at the churchon
I pIe present. Reconrtrilon In record time, Friday evening Dec 20, at Easy to start .. Easy to operate
Mrs. lop and high
J. j Mccullum wags employment
I arrived 7:30.: Everyone Is invited
I ORANGES Friday to spend the winter with were not accomplished by a )

I and her daughter family. Mrs W. L. Merritt destined broken-down for the economic acrap h system tp!"- Palm City NewsBy The American Red Cross was Humphries Tire & Appliance Co.
'J; Board Chairman Ira Mother" ,National founded In 1881; the President
1.00 PER BUSHELALSO | Mr. and Mrs Charlie Mathers Aim,of Manufaeturen ANNA B. DAYiiiiiimiiimiiMiniMiiitiiiiiHiHii'iim of the United I 'States became> its I Fort Pierce Florida
I sanounce the birth II of a son In president, and the War Department i
I I Melbourne hospital( last week. "It la no mere coincidence that Its auditor. '
I Mr. and Mrs. the American private enterprise Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cordery of .
OUR Charlie
SEE FANCY GIFT BOXES Thomp- ---- -- ------ --- ----
OF FRUIT I son announce the birth of a son, system In peace and In war Cortland,, N. Y. arrived a week t.tC tC tCtCt( tC tlf.tCtCtC: tlf.tC: t.ttt.J t.: tCt: tCt4
ED'S FRUIT and NOVELTY Charlie Eugene, greatly outproduce the slave or ago In their trailer and are visit
SHOP Friday, Decem- collect IT!wd economle of the
ber ing their old friends, Mr. and
13 in
oat or., Federal Hi-Way & 2nd Ave Stuart, Florida I Mr. and Martin Mrs. County hospital. world., "-Jlf, S Rukeyitr, teonomitt. Mrs. L. S. Oregorle. After look-
Donovan Smith _____ With A Future
,I ol St. Lucie Inlet Farms an- ing around they expect to select Sparkling Gifts Ii IiI
the like best for
i I spot they a per
I nounce the birth of a son last "Th time haa com to halt the
manent home In Folrlda.
week In Martin County hospital aggrewlT tactlca of Soviet Ru.
ELECTRICAL Mr ala and her Communist depend- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Qregorto
CONTRACTORSHOUSE and Mrs
George Osborn .nclea."-Pr.*.Wm.Green,AFL. left last week for their home in
sr. and ,
son George, Jr. were Sun- Buy Now for Christmas |
! Only WIRING day guests of Mrs. E. O. Pauk Chicago after several weeks visit I
' We, In Fort Pierce. "All those who are enamouredof here with his parents Mr. and
APPLIANCE REPAIRS Mrs the Rauian.yalem of government Mrs. L. S. Oregorle.
Killip George Osborne spent should be given onewayticket gJd2t
Monday in Orlando. to Moacow."-Rep. R. W. Mrs. Tina Stossell's mother of
Free Pick-up and Delivery Service Mr and Mrs. W. C. Philips, Mr.I Gwinn N.1"". Brunswick, Da, 1s visiting at the Have A Large

and Mrs. Norman Eggleston and! -- .. --. -- Stossell home here. I S..ti.O, Ladies', Children'sand ;
---- Mr and Mrs. Joe Cseky again
Mrs. V E. Howard, Jr., of Golden
.! Christopher Electric Shop Date were callers Rhlnebeck, N. Y., Mrs. Herberl t have their small daughter homes ., Men'sRINGS
; In West Palm Q
Beach Decker of Rhlnebeck, N. Y., with them. Since birth she has ,.
25Osceola St. Phones 117-182-M Saturday night. I Leon Owyer of Tom's River, N! been a greater part of the times G
Mr and Mrs S. E. Lane and J., Mrs. Edward Harrod and In Good Smaraitan Hospital, .,.. \\\.II\\
daughter Mary, of Palm City Meggett of Red Hook N. Y, Mrs, West Palm Beach.
called on. Mrs. Martha Whittle Emma B. Smith of Daytona Mrs. Oscar Cobb received word I ,' ,
Sunday.Mr. Beach, Mrs. R. Martensen, Mrs this week of the death of her I ?,t I See Our Ladies'
FOR and Mrs. Richard Over- Mary Chandler of Salerno. First daughter's husband on Dec. 11, f&, .);;'{' ...0- hR Wi!
SALE
r I hiser of Brewerton, N. Y. and prize was won by Mrs. Herbert atfer a long illness from arthri and Men's 8!
Mrs. Overhiser's sister Mrs. Decker; second prize by Mrs. tis. Their home Is In New Jersey. \
Louise Joslin, of North Syracuse, Emma B. Smith. After games, Mrs. Ida M. Pinney and daughter I I ,, WATCHESBulova I
FIRE WOODBY N.for Y.the and Mr, J. Dutton are beer refreshments were enjoyed by Miss Mabel Plnney, expectto pL1nX1
winter. all. arrive before Christmas from
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over- Mrs. Tillie Hultz of Spring Arlington, N. Y. Mrs. Pinney will I \ Illinois
1
hlser, Mr. J. Dutton and Mrs. Lake, N. J. arrived last week to remain for the winter. Mabel will \\\\\\1\ 1 .11.
Ella Prescott spent Sunday at spend the winter. Mrs. R. Patterson return to her work after a ten and Swiss
THE CORDBe the Singing Tower. of Trenton N. J. and Mrs I day vacation.Mr. I i
Mr. and Mrs Richard Over- Harriet Allen of Allenwood N. J and Mrs. Wm. S. BurdIck Q
prepared for those cool days. Don't hiser, J. Dutton and Mrs. Louise accompanied her and are living : of New York, new owners of the o Special/ I Purchase of Costume wait. We have Joslin were callers In Miami with Mrs. Hultz. I Shotwell home have written that
on hand an ample supplyof I Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wilson of they hope to soon be able to ,
wood to take care of your needs Syble DeLoach of Valdosta Worthington, Ohio arrived come south. They expect to build W Crystals Fitted While You Wait @
ta, .. and Winnie Pedersen enjoyed Saturday to spend the winter. u new home on one of their lots USE OUR LAY AWAY PLANLaPointe's
a day's fishing Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Budd and here
SEEKENNETH with Fred Pedersen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Decker of Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Packard
Mr. and Mrs. Odell DeLoach Rhlnebeck. N. Y. arrived here In will haev as Christmas week
STIMMEL 'have moved In their new homeIn their trailer last week to spend! guests Mrs. Packard's sisters, I Imported Costume Jewelry
Salerno Shores the winter. Mrs. Speed and Mrs. Herrick,
Mrs Charles Conrad sr. was Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Decker, who are spending the winter In VICTORY HOTEL BUILDING
4f STUART FEED STOREPHONE hostess at her home at Salerno of Salerno Shores had as their West Palm Beach.
Shores Thursday, Dec. 12, for a guests Thursday evening Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith accompanied Sj? Expert Watch Repairing and Engraving
210 pinochle party. Ouests were Mrs and Mrs. Edward Harrod Mr Rev. and Mrs. Park I
Roy E. Decker of Salerno Shores and Mrs. T. D. Budd Mr. and ard to West Palm Beach Fridayof ,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Budd of Mrs. Herbert Decker, Mr. and last week on a business and ttC t: w: tC' tC t.: tt t:
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HOWALD GLASTIK"Wonderod" ,


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it BY i i 3 fQ SURF REEL I

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fit, MADE BY OCEAN CITY 1$


SHAKESPEAREi i. With A Gift for Sports or Home flit 0 ($10 Regular) 9 A$**


$30Personalized 1- SPECIAL .............................. $8.25J
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D: FROM THE BIG SELECTION AT H1

Complete Boy Scout Fishing Set. Built
i Action Rod b For Years of Pleasure Complete With if

p Rod & Reel. .. ............... .$3.60 Dt
Chrome Plated .. .. .. ...$20 BESS
)? D'II HARDWARE CO. Others .. ..... ... .m., $1.95 to $5.95

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GIVE MOTHER KITCHENWARE FOR XMAS. GIVE HIMA 1. "

P FISHING NEW HAND-PAINTED CHINA .

3-Piece (Gift Pkg.) $248 REEL
Dinner
Pyrex Flameware .... .. Sets I
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ll.PieceOven.Ware $'35 WITH THATSUPERGIFT 32 and 53-PIECE SETS .
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(In Gift Pkg.) .................. 7(
For A Fisherman $12.95 to $29.50

Dazey Deluxe Can $Z35 I

...................,....... ....... SHAKESPEARE SERVICE REELS $15.00WITH I

7Pc. Red Glass CONSOLE and
95 BUILT-IN REEL, PISTOL GRIP HANDLE. $750.

Polished Aluminum Universal $3 CANDLE SET ................'................_...,.__.............
FRUIT JUICE EXTRACTOR .............................. JUST ARRIVED-SHIPMENT See This Beautiful Gift I I

Deluxe Astor Electric $ J.4* HURD SUPER CASTER ROD $45.00 FFdB Seal 75

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See Our Window Display DailyON CHIMES I

Radios I
CrosleyF ,
THE AIR DAILY 5:45 P. M.
Most Complete Line On East Coast. All"Sizes t
I p 4-TUBE BATTERY SETS $ "g Day Phones 38 and 216 -. Nite 44-R-4 Box N

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Ketay BESS HARDWARE CO.

CHANGER $125 Complete We Are Authorized Dealers I for pq

R RECORD KELVINATOR REFRIGERATION APPLIANCES:* -.

"Where Fishing Begins" MAYTAG DUO-THERM WASHERS.HEATING EVINRUDE ALLPIANCES.OUTBOARDS.Y/ 1/3/ I r r

Watterson Radios $34.50 to $$42 1'' ;


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! '\ JJ OOGOL.0: : =0 and Dr. E, B. Johnwlck of Rochester law Mr and Mrs. James H. of several neighbor's on a share
Ii t Social News of Minn., where Dr John- Smith on Riverside Drive I NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES basis.Visit Mr.Slay's cane grind Portable WELDING Service
.
wick la associated with Mayo Ing operation and see an oldfashoned *
;! Clinic The visitors will spend Mr and Mrs, Arthur L. Sch- kettle under modern
) Stuart Cont'd fix weeks In Stuart and Palm wartz and daughters,Carol Anne The County Agent's ColumBy conditions. Anywhere Anytime:

I Beach. end Patricia of Miami Beach OXYGEN-ACETYLENE OR
ELECTRIC
L. M. JohnsonThe
C1OGOT' O=O I will spend the holidays with Mrs. By The officers of the Martin
t Mr. and Mrs Erwin Johnwlck Mr and Mrs. J. Wilson Smith Schwartz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. County ACA Edward Mapp Al- WELDING or CUTTINGDAN
t,, '1 will have as their guest for the I Hof Charlotte N. C. are expected I,A. O. Pittman. annual election of officer Albert Welch. Vice Chairman, bert Welch H M.Saunders,PaulM.
I holidays Mr Johnwlck's mother Monday to spend the holiday o fthe Martin County Agricultural representing South and Eastern Hoenshel,Stanley Smith Mrs. FAGEN CHASON'S SERVICE STATION!
I I R. J. Armstrong Jr., Miami M. J. Boyd Treasurer and Secre-
Conservation Association Martin Paul M. Hoen-
and brother, Mr S A. Johnwlck with their son and daughter-ln recent week end with County; Federal and 1st St. phone |
spent a
--- was held 1 nthe County Agents shel) First Alternate; Stanley tary to the County Agent L. M. 912
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.u ",. his sister, Mrs. A. O. Pittman office Saturday December 14 at Smith Second Alternate, representing Johnson,County Agent,and Miss
and Mr. Pittman. 4 p. m. The following officers Central Martin County, Lucie Inscoe, Home Demonstration -
.' v...... were elected. Edward Mapp The above officers representeach Agent and all personnel
f Mrs. Samuel Miller Schlnlever, Chairman representing Stuart section of Martin County, connected with the Martin r ;; i7(: 0' ;
who spent five days last week
r JANE PARKER end East Martin County; H. M. County Agricultural office wishto
with Mrs. Willaford Ransom Saunders Committeeman representing Richard O. (Dick) Hupfel a extend a very Merry Christ- '
RICH, SPICY Leach at Sewall's Point, has ( >>
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West Martin County; young veteran and his mas and a Happy New Year to p O\llfS" 1
to New Smyrna Beach to
gone father have one of the largest all of their friends, and they are
FRUIT CAKEi visit her daughter before return
/ plantings of Easter lilies in Mar- looking forward to serving you
ing to her home in Etowah,Tenn. Christmas with Mrs. McCrock in the coming year with as much
tin County. The Hupfels have
i 1 \ 3-LB. 5-LB. lin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.Edwin: planted 70,000 bulbs of which pleasure and happiness they i OUR SHELVES ARE FILLED WITH
-:, EACH EACH EACH Mr. and Mrs. J, C. McCrocklln, A. Menninger, at their home on 2,500 blooms have been shipped, have had during the past year.
jr, of St. Petersburg will arriveIn Martin Road. I with an estimated 8,000 more to Merry Christmas to all. I GOOD THINGS FOR THAT
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'\ 72c 2.29 3.75 Stuart Tuesday to spend be shipped before New Year'

)' .0L'. James Mlchaelson who Is attending and 12.000 early in 1917. In addltlon i CHRISTMAS DINNER
AUANIIC. 4 Mtiuc it co. the Principia school at I to the fall planting the Albert L. Hackett
--- -- Elsa, Ill, fs spending the Christ- Hupfels have an estimated 40- REMEMBER WE HANDLE
Daily Hone mas holidays with his parents.,COO, bulbs planted to ship blooms Bookkeeping and Tax
MAHATMA LONG GRAIN Mr. and Mrs. John Michaelson from early in the Spring. In ad- ServiceP. ,
FEED Cello' of Royal Poinciana cottages at dition to Easter lilies they have O. Box 1111 ; QUALITY
2.k 30c BREAD Jensen Beach. planted 20 bushels of Picardi Stuart, Florida
I Groceries Meats and Vegetables I
RWE. eladiolla bulbs 40 bushels mixed ,
Bag O *fU __ Raymond Glass, who has been Plcardl and Maid of Orleans, 10

Talco 16% FOK INFANTS visiting his mother, Mrs. Charles bushels of Lavender Reffells and Today'*- Milk-Today ORDER YOUR TURKEY NOW ;
Ground To Suit Your Taste Glass in Stuart the past fort- several bushels of mixed plantings -
has returned to Providence of bulblets for Increasingtheir Producedand I
DAIRY EIGHT O'CLOCK ALFAR MILK night
planting stock. & SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THAT LAST I
R. I., where he is sales
The But Money Can Bay manager of the Coca-Cola com- !? MINUTE RUSH tW
''I. 4.15 COFFEE 2BL.B.:; 71cTalco pany. Egg production can be Increased PasteurizedIn
Bag BUY BONDS by keeping the birds eat-
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-- Mr and Mrs. Robert Olenn ot egg CENTERAL MARKET !
for them in hoppers ( a i
Alfar CreameryWEST Cutchogue, L. I., have taken an
SCRATCH JANE PARKER DELICIOUS' three foot hopper for every 30 DairyP.
PALM BEACH apartment at the Edgewater annex birds), at all times and feed a ti Cor. Akron and 2nd. St. J. BROOKS ff i.
for three weeks. The Glenns
2S-lb. 100.lb DONUTS 158 Phone grain mixture on the mash or on O. Box 1042 Stuart V;
23c Flamingo Dr. 7175 are in Stuart to see Mr.and Mrs.
Bag Bag Dozen I James Fyfe. the hoppers later afternoon.I tC tC t.C.tCtC tCtC tCt.tt:(
1.15 4.60 Plain and Sugared About as much grain should be
fed as the birds can eat in 30 I
Get sweeter, tastier bread! minutes. An average good layer
PILLSBURYS BEST will eat four pounds of mash and
tour' pounds of grain monthly.

FLOUR 1 O'r 83c 5 5g43c: : use FLEISCHMANN'SFULLSTRENGTH two Although pounds a of hen crushed will eat oyster only yJ o 0

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MARVEL for good egg production.Have Ot
24-oz. this available In ahopper
STUFFIN BREAD Loaf 17 C 1I at all times. To stimulate pro- ,
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FOR PIES CAKES FRYING ,4 by using artificial lights
EAST and thus extending their day to
JEWEL SHORTENING ':. 36c about 14 hours. If the production
Increase starts to level off feedas
much moist mash as the birds
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I 114 Have good equipment. Use feed SHIPMENT OF FRESH MEATSFOR
SAUCE -z. 24c and water containers that will
Can keep the feed and water as cleanas

possible that are durable and MONDAY: 23RD and TUESDAY 24TH
STRAINED "" that are easy to clean. They also
by should be adequate for all birdsto
GERBERS ;: 8c I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast starts eat and drink at one time. SPECIALS
working right away! All the strength of the yeast bringsout
all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of The Pinewood Ranch E. R. (V or whole)

CRISP CRISP ICEBERG sweet taste-light texture-fragrant frostiness every time! Adams Manager Indlantown has RATH'S BLACK HAWK Tenderized Hams ....................?....Lb. 59c
one of the most modern up to
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CELERY LETTUCE IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, Insist onFleischmarm's date and sanitary abattoirs In
SWIFTS PREMIUM LAMB
fresh active
full-strength this part of the state. This plant
e Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable has a cooling room with 35 dressed -
2 Stalk 19c 2HEADS. 25cU. -America'*favorite yeast t4'u cattle capacity for cooling and LEGS _._Lb. 59c

for over 70 yeari.git's .wai.aLrvrece204 aging beef. The slaughtering CHOPS ....................................................................................... .Lb. 55c

room and cooler are equippedwith SHOULDERS ................................._..................,.,_: .._...........Lb. 43c
S. NO. 1 Yellow York Eating or CookingONIONS overhead track and all concrete -
/ floor also has hot and cold
APPLES5.Lb A! running water, adequate drain- ARMOUR STAR BEEF
age and facilities for disposing
of all waste materials.This plants STANDING RIB ROAST Lb. 59c
5S 49c
.23c operated under the strictest SIRLOIN STEAK .........................................__.?..............Lb. 59c

--- B; );- 'J mind sanitary the regulations killing and dressing keeping in of POT ROAST ... ........ .... .Lb. 49c

JUICY FLORIDA U. S. NO. 1 White meat under the most sanitary

ORANGES POTATOES35c A Real Pleasure conditions. Visit this slaughter WESTERN PORK LOIN ROAST 55X lb.
plant one of Martin County

agricultural assets. CENTER CUT CHOPS ................................. ..Lb. 59c
a.Lb.. 33 1 IDS.. El FOR OUR STORE AND STAFF I Instead of being harmful the HAMS B-Ib. to 10-lb. Average .........Lb. 49c

mall, raised reddish bodies HEAVY MILK FED FOWL ...................................-....Lb. 55c
I To Be Able To Fill All found on the under-sides of
RATH BLACK HAWK leaves of citrus and ornamentalsare (5-lb. to 7-lb. Average)
HALFOR || Your Needs For That highly beneficial in that they

HAMS WHOLE Lb. ... 67c p (the fruiting bodies of the red PLYMOUTH NORTHWESTERN TURKEYSHENS
_.. P PWE schersonia fungus) attack the
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AA GRADE larvae of whiteflies and kill them. and TOMS
O CARRY A MOST COMPLETE STOCKOF When a number of these round,
SIRLOIN STEAK 69cA velvety red bodies are found on FRESH KILLED
LB. .... a leaf it usually means that FINEST BIRDS OBTAINABLE
git every whitefly on the leaf has PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
GRADE been killed.
; QUALITYGROCERIES

LEG 0' LAMB LB. .... .._ ... 66cAA MEATS da? -started Mr. J.grinding A. Slay caln, Indlantown for syrup The Complete Food Store

AND Tuesday December 17. Mr. Slay
GRADE I has 2 acres of cain and estimates MARKETWE
CHUCK ROAST 45c r"m'W' Jnll" that he will be able to make 300
LB. Place Your -r IJos S o A 4 gallons! of syrup from this two CROMER'S TIlE UP TO DATE STORE
Order Now iMt4juI t/e1-uw- acres of cane over a period of 3 DELIVER PHONE 58
Center weeks. In addition to this two
PORK CHOPS 63c SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THAT acres Mr. Slay owns, he will WHERE SERVICE COUNTS WE WIN

grind approximately two acres _
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:TTURKEYSHENS Expert Factory-Trained Front End ManNOW


TOMS AVAILABLE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT, STRAIGHTENING AXLES,
Lb. Avr. d WHEEL BALANCING, ETC.
S7C 42c
LB. MEMBER I WE HAVE A NEW STOCK OF 600:16 TIRESEXPERT

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i Economy i REPAIR SERVICE AT ALL TIMES


1r,4 I IOl WILEY MOTOR CO.
I HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED

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GREENE'S DRY GOODS CO. CITIZENS BANK OF STUART MARTIN COUNTY CLEANERS LaPOINTE'S COSTUME JEWELRY ] 1
: STUART fEED STORE COLEMAN'S FIRESTONE STORE FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. STUART AUTO CAMP THE STUART NEWS I 7CORN
STUART DEPARTMENT STORE BOZONE'S BARBER SHOP ANTHONY ECONOMY GROCERY ROWELL FURNITURE CO. BARTLETT BROTHERS I
STUART DRUG CHRISTOPHER CONTRACTING CHASON'S SERVICE STATION C. & E. WALKER JEWELERS VOLLRATH PLUMBING CO.BRUNER'S .
HARDWARE CO.
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I"t ::11.11'' n 'fltflty Fli !Ida: I BIGGEST CHRISTMAS BUYING 11
/I : I III: ( i HAKUIM( ; ION magician n who started in This is
1 I. ",1 1.11'1 ]JjjJ. Niws( Inc, a Fort Myera Newt-Press
:' .IK'' \i'rm plai Ii'. t to "pl'lId| i a cjuulMiitii' at Ocean Breeze .
J 01.1, 1"" 1.II.IIIt ( I :amp) .J"I n.H'11 Hi'mil-alli-i' i 1"111/\/ doing/ his I shale for his. I TTie nation has! never
seen
1..1'. t' lI'd( (I a' ,' ('()n(I,clavs maU cound\( t ', I amtnnij. |Ilk, II T
p I' Christmas shopping !season is so big t that
( ))1.,1l'1', at tJ&' )po,t off ce at nil "" ''
Stint\ lloildi under the Act spluiges now seem like Dollar day in Li' (morm M li. ,
:MR AM MRS HARRINGTON;
me testing after
It began the day aftei Thanksgiving "
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laisbijt somi 1Ii.1I.OOO!' for Alabama USO drive, in that sunny ridav ', loi example) had the biIl'JI..I "IIOld
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A FREE PRESS which they jul) on 71 sho\v. Their home is at Flor- ness In her hisloiv It kept right '"
t:! ::1.1 YEARS; op} SFRVICE ) on though} t thi ",",iii Iri'

L and n... """I." n/ll/ ],' s..... .. 0 .......", epice.DPIIIXG* when the nations industiial' plant .nint about il l""'?)<\ 'h[
lOr, ,. ',..,.". rfl., ,,".. .... fi.., h'''' and most\ )people weie gravely won'led about I th. .
tL A FREE PEOPLE I ,I.,... ",,,:::;.I ;\:. d ::.',.. II' t"h: ".'1 ,,:,';; TilE; WAR :Mi\ Hairington: / spent 17 month enu of the nation and then own financial PI'O'IWI". '1':11'k| : i ''Ino:
t "",,'h III. 'g ,"'." ""' ...",..IIJ..d, ,. taining troops in Afikn Sicily, Italy and China/ and nan right on bujingfoi' Chiistnns' ,Price no "bjl't.l
a h i 1'1'I I h.. $ ''rt 1,1., .,.... a citation fur peifoimmg; under flu overseas.'hfle : pi! I '
I _ _ _ .. r'd.' ..! 0..1", : ""J.. I" ...., kI ) onef with many ol the cit) s steel woikeis .md! ,dm,"1 ,t/,
I, ,'dI.), ", '...rm.. ki.n. ., th. I '> his shows was in piogiess In Africa shortly after the in- the surioiiniling' countiy 's coal] miners off '
., '". 11 to 1'/.1./ ? 11, ".) ',asion ]17 membeis of his. audience! \\eie mllchiJ1- unl1l'd dollar volume 25 th. \))111\ I 1"1pOI'tt'd \II\ ,
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-- bv divp-bombeis He has u citation from his! home state
t \1'' \I'.(") 11< ',. -at I\III"'r j mil expected to exceed List year's $25,000),.not)() i II'
a I fl., ,'.-'-- -- ,A'' n. 1r.II".r .1 ii' I In'. individual! who !laised! tin most money for V,S,O, I York City the combination of (the c lId) sink t ,' "lid l I"h"p i \;
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SUBSCRIPTIoN RATES embargo (tailed to hindei I the buying, I Dipntn) ,
\ ,, AIR HARRINGTON', who looks like a kind and benign 1 sales the final week of the strike ''I'' I"1
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-- --' person, bus! oltiiPil his seivices fice for entertain- \
'I'j. : , ; ; ; ; ;;' I!, the comparable week of 1 ,: : :. : mi'nt )piogiams! in th(' communltthis! wlntl'l'-)1aJ'tlr-) the the in
fame across country, large
r ,_. I. ,. ,.." 11111 n..., uluily if they bincfit Honu worthy cause, Rut don't plan .//lid i i ', nith
L -- .____ __ I \\ moie )people winking' than siiiKniwsonabl i (. '
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:\IDIIHlt:: : W : .\SstI\Hl PlitSSiocuoc )be' too quick to take me nt my f ice \alue/ ." he warned be expected that Jan 1'(
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the \ilhun! That was me over the hill to the pool'house, \\hatdoixit' ill dl, ,
'w Worthyof MeditationTill\ ---4 I m' II I C
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); ococ:=ocro OQOC: 0C20C=O ANOThER IXTF.HF.gTIXG'Itnl'! hue for another winIn I it not the best-('hiistmai! yet ?
I I \ I i IK hill Rinnit. Michigan I f1y-l1( Hiing expat, who put on The who
Wt rxpeits we are ceitainlv ,
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told that there say ( h".II"
are are no new frontiers to I t oj : "
l11oll-lmtlo/1/ 1'01'ituart! Rotarians back :Mr\ "r
a / / some >cam/ before
'onqu i but thu u the attitude of tho e who de I depiession long will testify! that, this i" "<" d j JII'r.
j /ami! MM I RinnkaiL , par today, who despaired yesterday, and who will IIIJC, only hastens t the day of leckoning ( It hii', II III ',1\ ,i
,till be It -I'. 'ac: I the spenclihg itself] reaffirms the fact thai aim, ,
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I Hi IS rilOROIIGlIM I )( sold on the SI Lucie legion
t follow such an attitude of mind. It has been well lone hall money, and will inciease I the phlln"-t i i ", ]Iii,
us ii fishcimans 1'II\Ol't, and rail) "season / to
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and life foi the
tat'd thai the pioneer is a creature not of time but Introduce othei 1'\01thl'l'l1'I'M' i to this sirlionI IJI'OHlwroll" I good timis< n"\\ |PI" .lIhl|,,
.. themselves will
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.t' pint I Shoppcis, thai lijfuceiving ''I '.
Myers Y VITALLY NEEDED ACTION i They aie spending moii dollais i t" 111, i I i It',
Cooper -alllreesnts
'I'i HIS M..AU l he biought down 1'iolessoi and Ml! '*, Jesse I" ,
as: yeslet'ycnr.One
The State iliad I ti' |' I'! 0)"I'nt I ha- indicated that It has i i i Muck 1 1'1'011'1IMllr\1' : Ill'k it a ntlnd" l I ngliOi instiuctor\ from thing howcvei is certain ,
THE CHRISTMAS SEASON : a lot 01 ,
!I pic'ntv 01'l mi nit'v to C'UI'I'"II i i'('ii'I m pi'ov'i'mi nls in 1 Floridauilflt I Oliiiliii! (ollejre!, Ohio, whin1 he taught for 40() years and spending moie than they can Uffol'll.1":\ |I"i ,

I I lilia> IK. 11111 ill/ a mm t in,. <"t't luvnu. and giving !k.. -- M tin/ l'OI/.1! / tu.> will! ('iii''1'111\1'\, bv curing\ rights, I:1 "it would Iitve I takin us! thiei months! on) the way down i our families! hue less' (than $2.000 a yi"'ai'. n ThllJ t thII'I '.\ ,II j'1'1,

of l way had stopped, t in IIW.('t 11 lIItlflgttii'Itii! : !! .'!nun -on: oui routi' ; few combination! ,ladio-tc: le'vision sits! and laull I ,,, '

., : t it i is a .pmtual h../liduv \\1 I h: n'h his! 'becomeiinuieialied U'hut I IIii'' unit: ii' III'' l") -I HUImid\ Mnrtfn county' I who' wen his students said Kennie the ticks tire at coats! Indied, with puces as! t they an. it \\ill p I I I h"1" a a a I a lilt 1 1I

I : U' Ini i in i",,jilt' 'ii" l I'< i i to pi ml us into action i I I ( /lc'I biookimp* the bun) pot and ilothe. (thi' kid, Si, tm marc / I III 1",1,,,, :
I ''Ia'ks, ) (the blith on i'HI'lh of i ( inivt null (th,' In.glnI II I ( 'itv I sun towaki' "somi post-('hiistmav,; ,
mil i nun' il: I hOlild imim'dlate'ly cooperate' In a : up) mom" 1 II I Ih)a ." "
TillS ,JAM AR\ he is his filend lack Dick1 )
11"I (hiiMtian I biinging '
nligHii. and' should( be I time fornra laet that '
a : ,plan to sunn' I th light) ) lit'i vuifoi/ the impn,vcd hIghway 1 t then ain t no (aiita I laus
i il I thought and action/ 11 son, noted\ Detn) il rod maker, to the St lucieaieaDukerson .
through the ii itv limit.
\\ 11\ lit t dedicate oumelvm this (Chl'j"tma" to being I an exput fly fisherman i is known/ / Ihiough- '
$300,000,000,000 IN THE RED
,I' The c' a ate has .&&It'l'nd.\ n/ I'u.d. the i ighl of way north ,,
tIn i i and women/ j out tin nation toi till'II.ti"tt'y and quality of his cuj -
of I town and/ front II olH' s., ,111111, ) | to ( ; IImez, and m working
J I i'l t ineached} the fatherhood of G iud and the broth- turn-built tackle. (Industrial News Review)
<'n getting I tlii i i'i rrmiinlii! t IMIH ( ; '
i mm H to Stuait It is KIM"III"'JlIII'IIIII' j
J "I'I He all The wai has bun OmOI'e I han 1 hit ,,
man urged men to do unto other HM the .. I a \ ai '''11111
I I. tumult/ i ">n I" mi" il apt uits to, secure tituiightiil'n'iiy ill!':VJC1I. Is enjovlng tie fishing. landed I 12 Ib, taipon undei' spinding, binni ,
'a\ I thus do unto them Ills was a message of l I a : going a implovmiin' j j ,iI .''Ii II
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I "I t ih of us take tim this (hiistnuis to nally obtnia TOURISTS ( he has also )been taking quite! a flu in1tu'i' of tiout and I snookSonic I -and tin budget$ mains! nnh ilann'd. Ihii,'. III, ., I'U'

I J / in its gi nuim "p J'itut1'alu/ (', CAMP ACCOMMODATIONS :; nt)' ills. cfleitivi) "I'dal-putl"J'n, flips, which he lois i iniaele 1'111'11, is (lie disi'inn'aging iKuil pil'lUl'I' as it ''jO' "' ''h

I Althiugh the stoiv/ had nit fully "bioki'ii" when wewon to oulei aie bring stocked by Hiss Haidware Co nation IlIrlay

FOR A WHITE CHRISTMAS I I to puss, thi :Vi"\''' itnilii't" i land t hat II punilt will be heiej W" tire demolishating ('xtl'aitt'II inip'! .\ lilt-I''' ,

: asked for II laigi I I'U'i t i i e ittnn' //I nd trailer court Inside I j I&L I Ii a ity so fur as! oui national ''I't'rlitIIII'lth'h I th, ''I', IliI a aI
1))1'1'1') has just)( opmcd up with a rush of traffic __ __
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thi' city in I the! 111'111'< fetal.} every Indi'ldualtlld/ every' business,! must I/ltiOl.1\/ ;" j Ii,
toni} accidmtshiih/ it continued will be the ,
tuait badly i AMERICAN CAPITALISM I P'lid-it concumd It is tnu t that t th Pi'i's ,' '
.. "I 1 Ii I Florida: has evil' had and the greatest slaughliopli nid-\ 'xI'In-lnn' of this type of accommi i ( ndeied Ita- or
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I on t thi. highwavs and streets. thi un- I' 'elation lint! otip, /nltl', 1! r .d Ii' "hould be flexible enough I I (apltalim I is a competitive economic system, designed : some/ leductions in the Federal istablishm 1'1.' ,n!

-. r '.\ tste of human lili is appalling) ) Every; driver t" )piimit mid /allow si i< Ii ,'iteipiisis where they do not toi the! enrichment of all concerned, through Individualenterpi'lse' 'that minoi" cuts hllLIPI'II maik Hut a ilmost I 1 till Ii a II,( n:
in line' lidjolninlr'ulu" been done in the direction (of real icoimmv I
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I under which each individual I is lue agent I
I i l't' Kw light now to use common ene, to treat' a I
h, i limr /pedestrain/ us II membu of his turn1 High class tiitili i tel I lllllrl"t I'llurbarl' an asset \\'(' with the light to make his own decisions! always beaiiixg This N a I <1 iiI i ,. iccoidinglv would not IK( in th., M'''-cnt housing\ jam( if the rule/ had I I 1111 mind the lights., and )pi'Iv'lieges ef others. Capitalism I (000000() )) )public debt' It is a )policv wh/lCI'/ (' m-' "It"ur( I

', .m__ ,IKI to.' ,jOlt L a won' i. L.nri' Tma L. *, .ijiing" cheer to all.. been mile flexible in I the nisi: 1.I 1. I opens up oppoitumij' bv ent'otii-ttging compititioii/ which I: must be noie intlatiin, moie dolhi dipnuiti i .1 ,dif I

"I Old :Man\ Accident and b<' human a' God In- I I )pi'ox'ides foi onginal ideas, j'usuiij] paiticipation and I'l'IJOl1sibl1itl' is not checked, ultimate bankiuptcv] ( ;o\ "i rant, .,' "r

t 1) be and not potential murderers\ when we vet THE SHAME: OF FLORIDA < by' all and competent) and ixpenenced 1 lead ,. nomv now means: infinitely' more I than smn>' 01 a I I.. m

1111'] wheel: urges Asher Flank, Directoi Florida !' The shame of Florid i i I" Its forest. fire record eifhip) making it )possible. Joi eveiy individual to become I lion or billion I dollais' It means the' t pi" *mm .' ''L
It I'ecogIliYis tin of the individual, | institutions and our way of life
lIlt i il. A Imo-1 t.m' I ibid ol rio'ld'a ioie ot lands are under a capitalist) ( supnmacv]
1 I. t voiu' holiffaj' exubeianci rot ,neviik fOI individual owmiship, calls loi lesponsibilltyot Cvmcal: I ]politicians ngaid letieiuhmin air I a,01 i l hu.
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i you of voui pn't lection aiamst! fire', A .ricaici' )' proportion of our forest .
-, 11-1' and be careful of mixing your gasoline with | land I is unpioteiud! \ I than in anv\ othei souther .state )peisonal mid\ jrioup i 'ution/ and glorities (oJ)1'J'tunll) ) It !II ness' m an I'l'lclloll'l'UI', Ihi nation, 1111 thi '"''I' h, I 11"I!,

JI v ''li i must celebrate do it at home and don't use The: ,effectiveness/ "' 1 im puvintion our land \\'UIJ bv virtue ot the capital!.,tie: system Hat: the needs of I should sei J''ll'ellch'ment( m its tiuc light- II a I, M i''
,''I .5Ii I which be on I the I'"It..tIltionl'l wue so I'ffldt'lltly supplied) Under if every Jul lat' of savings! in life i itisurit tie. wai a''''anti-' I
are )protected muM impiovid, The last for
I :, ,.i t'tii about setting your Christmas tree on fire which l'omIJIl'fllClII"\ "- m amiable !shows. that only year one the iiniividiial( I initlitivi Hurt iii't'ii bv democt'llcrt11 In'i i other ill\'l>l'tmellls, ivinthc t d
I .nJl'- have been burned down | dividual has ojien to him, lit the bcginnint/ of his business voithkssCOME" ,
and tithe, .
many persons I state hud/ more !'iI" ip n pi oti'('led lands than I Florida ur-I
I .11(1! i I kIlled due to carelessness| \V'f' ,'ii I'Ptl'. nil iiifliliM nt nuiii'ipss: Anlituili! miiv brine /I
around (hristmas bin /ned a url'/ltel'pI'III11f\.tiol1uf< i i \ ) 0111' protected lands than a
''I'IIt'd I / i / Frank I lain' othi i' stale, with I th, i.i.I" ixciption of North Dakota! | cp -i iun ot i" 1 piomotii;I us (causing' ; : laigci: i met me't han i is spent) ,, 111111111I11111\11\) \' \IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIj\! 1111111111111111I111111111111111111111I111)

which i h scaicely to I hI'' ('la--.ilml' a /a forested .state in the making investments )possibleoikeis: ) may be i1l'/ tOI'II.,
ASKING FOR CALAMITY !first place Capitalists) may continue to h,' winkers All are con:
('HpitaU-111 dl'l' By: almost any ar jI a don, Fu'idn) !stands' at the bottom, I crs :
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I I '.1 t mteiests oi tin Floiida East Coast are be- ale umlenu eratic beeau-c/ they tend towaid, convertngndjcultv JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII.IIIMIIIIIIIIIMII' ) \ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlin) ) )
oi close to I the> IJI'ltlll11 a( of( ill 1 the .-tales with respect to
i' I 1"" shoialarm" teithe, suspected diversion otmlS !''cnntiol ot forest fln'Thl' iiisibilnfor ink into mob ink] I nfoued con ide/'lltion/ of IN THE SAME BOAT
i this condition
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q l : )' No 1 central and West Floiida I lit hi' i"I check undue ambition and -
I the light" of is' i
I 1'1 I tniih is that the East! (oast hall no one but Itself I is to be laid! on the il "i"-a eli') "ii'i (oUI' cit hens as a whole, Jiie the balance of dimociacv A upon)piosperous constituency Johnnv' (im lushing, i in Oil,' a Uinoon and \\olii,) h hi

'JWIl i ,' i 1'111'i the obvKus, slackening of the tourist tradeh pieventlon agencies !i'' I !R' unl I I pi!'tuiti, have been waging makes nit ion under capitalismONE : I father that he had Hist 1 si'en t two liollfllIti,,\ a I tign t dj.hiinin ,
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-. a -" (Illn uphill battle agnji, i'I! public I inclillcunce, I a )piospiious the "stieet After scveial/ futile attempts) to gu .liihflfl I.. )

\\ ,1 .Il1d( Central Floiida ale (doubtks getting addli This indlftereni i, /an i i i 1m II itt liiii to dl least" ti., This MORE RESTRICTION GOES i, to change the story, his! fathei filially !snd, "J ihnm 'OL
| imliltueiicc IK robbing I "111' .'I i iU' flf) industiiesit needs\ of 1 aiulal
i/I III, tII-iI"is i because their IH'icelolltl'e from 25 cent $ are 'lnJC" I want vou to kneel, tell God voui stoi\ ,
,'ii'',. 1 ('I 11 lowei than on the Fast ("oastf )pei |otis it must have, fly Ki ('/ping( FIII'Idll! Green; we invite The American )public blew an ironic kiss\ this week to. Him to forvlroi,,"

nil: 1 h" I aid truth of the slack tourist season is OIT imlustiiis i which ntNtIld it itlun I i law material that old, bogey Luilding I'l' ol'illt'I'I"! the field wal thrown \\ hin the boy had finished, his! fathei asked him 'ha'

1.-" MUsm I '] \ HIGH; !pnWES m the 'Fast; Coast" of Florida. opwn) bv I icsiiknlfil edict to anv )puson able to find carlicntcis II God had said!

"n.' ,,11ljl"I ; cam!) uccommod/ttillnf\ and mediocie hotel I J'jHDEDItORE! DISTRICT SCHOOLSThe i and 1 mateii "He said< Thais all right Johnnv." the \oiiiij.-t, ..t 1 1I

roi' ,i', ,-il t $1 () n night and up the average folks", crowd O'I'l'l'owdl'lIlIHlitlol1( which have cllui'lE'dIar:\ Although it is! )picdated that building costs will spiial, I replied, those big dogs! had file fooled at first t"c-,

i ni<'h> uttti all forms the backbone of the tourist. Indus-\ Im l'OUllt"I'hool' auth ntiis t 10 make use of local church the guuial feeling in Stuart and :Martin county wa one of I Coionet .

tr, > .11'i .' l icing gougi'd. They can't afford to pay it tadlitics foi the ovutlv( point) to< the need for more dif<\- relief, -

am 1 li', \' tire going to stay homi 01 go elsewhere. I lint schools. ]Huiuluds[ of law -abiding, )pi''i'.sons in this area who RECIPE

I I'h"1" "annul/ altord *:HHlIt( month IIp/lrtml'ntlllllld aie:' As I Ihi matt 1'1' "tal1c1 t I today, giade !school }pupils! ate have \vantid! to build have bein )pievented from doing no The "i'ettsotl a dog has' so many 1 friends! is that his taE:

001) iroinj/t to lent them I !beingtiansported" ) back uid 1 fOl'th toSluail from Palm City, by Uv\'-while others less! rl' -tt'icted by conscience went wags inl'tl'/ttillf his tongue,-The Spoke, Johnstown) \e\

Th' ri, ire "still )piobablv enough rich and "easy-spend. topical] I-aims, Gold( ) ( :ale and )'01'1 Si'wall-instead of ahead in nearby lommunitk Yii'k

pit t"'II'I'' t to i keep) the hall i' tiling I t fur i II while-but it isM /having small schools ot p thm own in t their home aieas! That the 1 la\\ was violated] whclesile goes without

'Iou1 1 hat the crop i is slimming/ down and that the I It is unfair to eli' 'mi' ntaiv' gunk voungsteis to make saving That it did any particular I good in reseiving ma- STOPPERTwo

I 1-, U ( '1I1n. outside of I thi' luxui\.' "sI II'iI") I IK going to have them go thnnigh the stuuns.. and stiesses\ of a bus nde before telials (tin veteians! js doubtfulReestablishnunt J. old bachelors Fat on the front, )poich of a tim!
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1.. aulir i a\eiagelilk,, at tan nines' class each morning whin the elemental")' school mountain/ / cabin The conversation had ('1I'el'l'dIII extensive .
the market
To di otherwise is to ask for calamity needs of other (district" such as Imliantovvn Hobe Sound of' free puts evervone on : range when/ linally/ it diifted aiound to (tm
an ("(teal basis in the Amencan way and eventually the law
and Jensen Diach nit bv home school ,
an pi inls culinary art'Yeah ,
and llt'manl11I! take of the situation
of Hupplv caie
SATURATION ON THE FISHING GUIDE Then is no ipusiiin that expansion ofi( the Stuart _. I sent off an' got me one (}' them cookbooks

;M) "tin P e niiitv' couldn t gut a liel tel' piospect list than schi ol tacihtiis and M)I Ial'tin:i i ( 'ollllt I High I School facilities '11111111 i)111111111111111..lilt 111111111I111I1111111111111I111111111111111111111111111111 I ) 111111 one't.I said Htife, as he elicharged a mouthful of tcbucco)

(Ihi, I 000) ) names a week being furnished' by the State Ad ii It' I badlv I mcded /and i 11"1'1'1'1" >01\1'\. ', .1 lust,; as necessity, too, ..IulI'etnd completely upset) the schedule< of a vvamleims/ Is

Commission it would appiai, is ( In' I hO' Hiding I .'.' of moii'distiict l scho< Is: I Letters To The Editor giound! beetle, but I never done nawthing about it. .

- I his: list is: worth $;r)0;() ,000 because It is the direct Might nigh ever one o' them dinged lesipees started off

re'sun ''If the States e\p<'mliture of that amount all over NEWSPAPERS ON THE SPOT :jimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii with 'Take clean plate,' an' that stopped! me cold.-The

thi I S. I in maga/incs and periodicals. Florldll meekly in'\\'''/ /:ii'''is .IK pretty lund put for KOIM1) : TilE VNOKIIITII TilE CHRISTMAS: SEALS Rotary Hub, Noinell, New York,
(1:111: thi li t is no good! unless individual Florida I Christmas Seals used In all lands to raise funds for "
> : : erm newsprint) --which I K t tin t II'/ld/ ,' tin sri.' loi papeithin) rln"prllllu't. ate now
(Till itltii'v take advantagi it' It. I (Ou) 'i' 100 I))) 11 hi'itt I fat'I'I/ hut-dllwn) eaily next the greatest life saving campaign Christmas has acquired a new RAPID CHANGE
Maitln i'i': V has! ,proven tint the fishing Guide' gets year significance within the last three generations for the nations orIlhE' A new 1\1.! 1', at the (opening of PudiaUl'nt111/ askedfor

resultVh not see I that iveiy |Jel"un i who writes in to The vvhohhullId )pipit) ilualion i is cntiial I I'eihaps! here weld. A tiny Charity Stamp". emblem of a great sickness, his dominant impiession, He said; : "Amazement now
the State Ad (ommision in has Into the order of I ever got heie" A feek later asked the same question) \ ,
iisponse" to a magazine or newspaper beI l'unlCl'"s..iul1l1l I nvi''stigatlon, I Hut, even with gradually slipped accepted Holiday Festivities ,

id gets a btuait fishing Guide '' one, we doubt it it wOll11( )pioduee lilly new souicis. Charity fctampx me sold today In every Country In the world he "leplied : "Amazement how the others got hel'e.-In-

This would mean doubling the punting of next jears Paper )prices imnasid # 10( a ton last week That The idea: of the charity stamp first originated In this countryIn national/ Digest:

:guide II'' some 50,000 copies It wo ikl mean a mailing cost mean our costs hunpi $20,000 a yeai. Quick) and nud\ 1862 It came back from Denmark designed as a Tuberculosis -

-alone ''II> $30 a week by the Chamber of Commeice Aie den, just like that Yhi new piice wouldnt be so bad if Christina Seal In/ the year 1907, Jacob A Rita, the noted philanthropist TOUGH KNOWING

there '>2 )persons or business! firms In :Martin county who we could get a lice "supply) oi all the p.ipei necessary to ; Is responsible! for the unique significance which now attaches It takes a mighty conscientious person to know wherecontentment

would 'ie willing each to sponsor) a week of mailing I piint all the adNertising and circulation otfeied us! ThereIs Itself to the little health symbol In this country, ends and laziness begins,-The Spokesman,

"-. Let s do this thing right 1'0pulntionln'elH'e and n vvbuildinj. always the possibilitv\ that volume of business would It was at his suggestion that Miss Emily P. Bissell, In Wilmington. Unadilla, New York,

is the only answer to our debt and prosperity make up for the increa ed cost! Del) launched the first Red Cross Seal sale In this country In -

,problems. I What all publlsheis! teal today is a decreasing sup 1907 The Idea and the tiny little stamp which was first designedat An aged couple who had lived all their lives about I-
--- ------- ---- ---- ply ; their inventories are so mall they can visualize smaller that time raised more than $3,000, Contrast this with $30 or 50 miles from Dublin decided to visit the big city I'iatUlly ?

PETTY INFLATIONAn )papers, which mean smaller volun of business and $40 million for this/ year they were excited over all they saw in the shops, but! inn

aggravating, sign of the times 1 is the petty Inflationof I diminishing piofits( l Newspaper! face a real ciNis! next K you have one of those Seals Issued in 1907-08 or 1911 and If Its things which interesled the man most was a pocket mirror,

10 cint candy bars and lOc bottled drinks, year and many of them may not last the year out.-Orlando In good condition you can sell it for from $15 to $40 Many of something he and his wife had never possessed BO "e

The latter, according to advertising by the Coca Cola Sentinel, the older editions are much sought by stamp collectors bought it and kept the news' of his purchase to himseii!.

Co,. is still available without increase in wholesale prices --- Won you buy a sheet this 'year and help the National Tuber- As he looked into it, he exclaimed "My old father-wrwK I i

-but that still doesn change the fact that you have to Tourists can git all the coconuts they want for mail :ulosls Association stamp out the White Plague? ers and all !I' He'd look at it every few minutes' but Keplit

pay a dime in a number of places for a bottled drink that ing Lack North at the Chamber of Commerce office-but -LEE C HARRINGTON, hidden,

phould cost a. nickel it wouldn't be a bad l idea for the home folks] to start planting Ocean Breeze Camp, Jensen Beach. Suspicious, the man's wife went through his pocket t;:

The candy bar manufacturers have printed some new a few right here, too. That "atmosphere of the tropics" after he had retired that night and found the mysterious<

labels and dropped a nut flake 01' two into their confections which distinguished Stuart today 1 is the result of some Now that we can/ all build houses, two words cover something, Looking into the mirror, she said :
to reach out and! nip another nickel .''ardent tiee planting quarter century her"t
,. ago. the situation/ : "with what? "If that's the old hag he's after, he can have








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"IlllllllRS II I i THE STtVRTCS:; &TLART: Uaiun ,LOIUD y
'rrordUW to botanical re- i otnm fill IlsDOCf: to! toed! I\c.t nMGN I ,

) ''I'1 hnlrlnns nt Pnlntkn: : Americans r ,

onto c. "dens\ n/nlpn plant; See Documents Wins 4-H Congress TripG.orgt I | tin \umderfnl abundance whichi I Outside fishing; was excellent" ''I::

IIIIIIIInnd/, I t"? lit ,aver' 100 years old. i iild (Xisl II we onId be satls- I over the wek-end, with largek'ngflsh
Born in Struggle FISHINGIN | Hid with a decent share It all reported and plenty 01

A NEW BOOK FOR for Liberty' minds me of a ceitaln netter siHlfish. "I I
I tun I these part who hales pillions I --
GROWERS
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1 'r r __ Washington: .API. h THE FAMOUS because they catch fishAttei t .
""',.,' -,;, Jl'1 ... .. .. II ) -- A pricelt7" interview I |Is ,In W : I
K l "'-'..., -tolOft, ( to of Original, \ Amerl- .dj ;eafflrm I ,in the all, the pelicans only catch Fort Pierce, Florida'I
" ,{}tt';. \ f' will b. taken minds I hearts ol the AemrJ I St. Lucie Region t them) one at a time-and only I, Phone 782 ,"
I \ on
-, oQ ArSyf\. or n. ,. I ,1 swing mi'oss the rounti' ran people an undemanding I : what they need to eat. Whybegrudge FREDERICK L. PORTER f:
\ lit.I f,1 ;next I year yearly and: appi eolation I of the basic I ,, : them that? I Foot Specialist r
anADIAND: ... ;( ,;! special'! trait to I THP TRUB SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN OP NAt URAL RESOt
I I I Wk| pilnclplcs of our government -------
against
'd< h hi alien KIcoloKlBU\ 1:1 this way to combat alien ideo It Is The bluefish "showed again" Sunrise Theatre BId,. ; .
it TREES1; Attorney Gen' logies" I highly amusing to read No garfish ever bragged y '
i "11)0) PHI) Clark said Saturday I i i I of the great concern shown by ,.esliujlng: 30.000 pounds on the flood tides at the Inlet 't::
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"'t\ kii {ouTefLORIDAANDCUSA"; Llbprty on Wheels," an exhl- exhibition! the attorney some sportsmen and sporting Water fish at one clip this week and If the weather .
'lafpIII' I Ibtlon: of such 1 landmarks' In !" general said will give millions : ; writers about what they call couldn't market them- continues cool fair results con ROTARY CLUBT' y !!>
a American' history I as the; official; "or Americans nn opportunity, to i "the prntors.) They make the manatees In our livers, be expected In the green water
',,,11. topy of the Bill of Right\ Iwll slew such monumental: ) JanUmniks heavens ring with their howls rapidly going the way at I tide top Try trolled spoons / ,\ .STUART... WVdnr.d.y No >202M tails. t'
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I I. A'n \ ( tour, the <8 slates' In n specially) In our history as the Bill "M..o about foxes, skunks wildcats auk and ' X, E. Jr /;
Sp
IIltoI .l't1tl I The( )purpose. Clink said In nn Proclamation oiiglnal of the and about Knrfl.sh and muclfl h tOKI blues since' they seem to prefer JAMES PEUSGRAM. Si'C
I 'I"" Gettysburg Address" and the destroying({; the fresh water fishIng I The common ordinary .1 i briskly' \n,oiled IIIK
notes in his : ( EE spirits, m, is, '?"n nI1 of own hand-writing l.n (romp, linn been named, all -he time overlooking the cat, which Is vllllfied for \\ ---- .-.a.. .
III.dl. I Fred Patrick Henrys Immortal sluts winner III 'llm 1'MO I III IIIK' fact that the (great, predator Is off an occasional
A. Stafford speech in which he! said dive lor' Malnli'nanii HWllI'd| |m>M'nmIH man hlmsdfNelthei 1 never been known to ( Cash For Your CarWON'T
me liberty or give me cltnth." || reword U nn nllcxpcime nip Highest
rl, '_ ITUIIIOCIC. _; I In HIP 21i1i Annlvornniy )Nnilonn; ) the owls nor the hawks ; entire! covey on the
q I.k. '_ M&N NGEII.r ,;f' Registered Other documents include notes 411 dub ronitrpiiH In (lUnno) strayed the passenger pigeon Men are the treat MINUTESWe
,-' ,. Civil EngineerAnd of the proceedings leading to the I which IK prnvlilnl liv American Neither the grizzly bear nor With wishful I TAKE FIVE

nild I --' -- Declaration II of Independence: In I 4 Oil,"!'er Company for five years Ho .hAM ills IIPPII record a, puma exterminated the buffalo. lore I Inclined] to blame can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your car which
Cloth $350)) Paper $250 Thomas Jcffeisons, handwriting, conditions or "natural
Axle) _hIl1l\) 'n 'Illill hn oomplcKd,I nil i fa at much can get anywhere and
as
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" ... Order from and James Madison's manuscrIpt phases of llu piojid" mid, IIH III'PMIIII for declines In fishing and
Land Surveyor notes of debates In the federal kept his, truism In per ing/ while the truth Is that STAY WITHIN THE LAW
:' Edwin A. Menmnger Mum Iloilcl. convention discussing the need I feel nnnniliiK 1 niullilfin nn (lie HomeDemonstration ]ly every Instance of !
tic family 712n< ro farm wllh n SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
P"r., The Flowering Tree Man" for a Bill of Rights Inliilniinn of repairs. ioorKo nlxci supply! Is caused by men.

I t1 1 Stuart Flot ida Phone SOfi.J Clark said the train will visit assisted,) the (eon in<'mli) <'m of r his| | l I Let'i at least be honest I I 311.23 South Dixie
flub stilt\ their tractor tore nmlinaliKennnre It and the -
WDIHI' all quit blaming
e1) large cities and many small I iirolilenm, He serves Notes Fort Pierce Fla. Telephone 190(
tois: Oi are we so
ones In the
IaInn longest tour In the ** secretary of Ills bleat club unit
' nistoiy of American railroading I reporter, on Inn Aim'him Count/ v j jI By :MISS n'cur iNsror. : we refuse to share with .... .
.,.w", Sixty Smiles i An Hour Service I lasting probably a full year" I 4.II Thin t'ounrll ncl):oily, .Is. minim, ,'toil, mi/;. I -------- -- -- ---

-liti'l I Newspapers sponsor community Ail DIP illleillcm of Ilio 1 I"n"IIII': Clnlbtmns I Is celebrated] In''
I front The Atomic programs emphasizing I KPIof| I lie Klnlc' AirilcnliiiuilCnll / commemoiatlon of Chilst birth.
Trio the basic principles the ( p and<1 t'SIM i'o"petal lug. A few and I Smart !
1I I r KENNY Ameilcnn I simple Inexpensive) The Lady
JACK
AND JESS form of government Radio homo (\decorations the calm and

I/1'' Atomic Trio Grains stations and the national nct- i MYSTERY WRITER, quiet| of candle light and the
!muI' of Wisdom: I, works will dtamallze these pilnclplcs ARCHAEOLOGIST IS best wishes! ) of lends help to
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I i in a series of programs. STUART VISITOR (instill) the spirit of Christmas "
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q: /II it A Chinese belief that if your bills are paid beforethe Motion picture companies will I ._ Into one's being >

" New Year good luck will be with you in the new. turn out n group of short films Call Clausen of Delaware Water 1 hp home takes on new mean- .
We are the! most diversified trio in the whole state: \along( the same line : Dip, Pn. welter of mystery\ \ Ing as we look forward to the She tins Solved
There it much that we can do for you not only in the On the even of Bill of Rights and sea stories for the Saturday homecoming\ of family members, i
(farm and home line but in other fields Just ask us. I day tomorrow Clark expressed Evening Post and Collleis" revisited We enjoy the smell of home cookIng One Christmas \
We ship fruit Cheap too $3,85 ready to go concern over Ihe Impact of Stuart Sunday and Monday and the shrieks of the child- J
Just give us the name and addresses We do the rest alien Ideologies on the American \\ehiniytoreadtheBrcet-- .
1111) Guaranteed SatisfactionWe way of life and said theie has Mr. Clausen was here last dm- I I hug cards from old Ji'lends that Pioblem By ,y
IIin been a serious breakdown In the log the 1928 hurricane. "I had we have not heard from since
are happy to state that we have plenty of good ; ,respect for civil lights" I been through hurricanes at sea," last Chilstmas We forget 111 Blinking the.
''IUIh' Wayne Feeds un hand. If you need baby chicks we I "All Americans must be cognizant 'i he said, "but never on land feelings for prejudices are out

( can get them too of the forces of cynicism to I made a special trip to Floi of harmony with ChrIstmas. \Ve Family1rlu'tll'ollc Y ,e" 'J

For sale now : 25 aix weeks old New Hampshire Red : abroad Is I ihe land; he declmdFor Ida: when looked! as though the feel good Inside, and want to doMimi'lliing !
I), Pullets. I we have seen our Ideas of sloim would hit the State for soimbody less To
c'emociney' eliminated] In nation : and Stuart was where I fortunate than we.
,j, What have you to sell in the farm line? rafter i nation, The survival of One of his memories InmC'cl."l This attitude grows out of I hisEoplt'lt I
these Ideas and their extension big blow Is that all the paint of Chilstmas The clay
In order to give help time to Xmas will MARTIN COUNTY
our shop '' CLEANERS
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at December 24th
\; noon Tuesday remainder of the world depend I Mr Clausen mixes waiting i ( other day, but It leaves us feelIng -

on what we do In our own with archaeology has explored different Inside We are lifted GEORGE( 1 KCIT1I Phone 190
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countvi mounds of early Carib tribes In I Ii to a higher plane of living; because -
" Stuart Feed StoreKENNETH I I i| und around Stuart. He has a of the association with the SPRUCE UP FOIL CHRISTMAS:

Fifteen thousand fishing( boats collection of 20000 Indian artifacts 'I ones we love, in such a settingas BRING; ( YOUR: DRY CLEANING TO US
1 lily: in the salt waters of Florida I as well as many specimens the Home
STIMMELL PHONE 210 acme of the worlds greatest and which he has collected in Me"I-1 Surely the home Is gloilfltdnl ]

t 'most' )idiulivi! )' <, llsheiks) jco.| Europe and Egjpt) Chilstmas) I _.
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NEWS and
SOCIAL Happenings of frlcphonc office before 119-W noon un UeclnesilaIltme Office\nexaph!,hone' ,''">I


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'If( (. A ( II/OSE: M\V: NUn i uson.: Isabel Mashers! / Oeorgia i K\ in1NUICN', HUM! Si 1:1'IILNS ('OLIUl.blolnmbli TOYS TO DirilV\AiL: Bob Diamond Ilobe Sound, (11. ond-year, student at Centenary n5
J'' J,' ,.,1"", (.Ir i:' Auxiliin\ il, Mull loon, Joyce' H..i lull MunrvBod :Mo Dec 11 Members of Las Amiga Circle I n\fd( home Sunday to spend the Junior College, Hackcltslown JENSEN BLOCK MFG. CO
,"'I I ,11d..11\ met :\Ionday The N, J arrived lo fcpend
ChilMmus yesterday
holidays.
and Patty Bun Others 1 :\.11,11 Nancy :M irises) a student 01 the Baptist church brought xYsare "
:Iu\ h I .II11l'X and voted fine LPO Preparatory the Christmas vacation with her
Lucky. Bauv mcmberi St. P. O Cox 10S9 Stuart
., liusentveirPnt> it Btrpluifc College for womenhere km to their Christmas party Florida
I. "I." iliinliitlun the Ban: and the leaders Mu J. P, will spend \the Christmas, Tuesday at the home of Miss School footbnll ,earn parents Mr. and Mrs R. B., McPherson Nom'CO
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l" \ 'I'JJ' Ci A s. Those on which won the state Catholic at their home In St. Stendard 8x8 x 16 inch '
Ie .. KlkUK n'akeslee' and Mu. L. C Rickliter holldnat her hone visiting Ruth Hamm on Detroit Avenue
",'?1.11111'1' her parents Mi and Mrs Walui The toys will be sent to the Bap- high school' championship tom lucle Estates She was accomrrnled Partition Blocks -- 4 x 8 x 16
( hI( \ 'Id Jnm Mot- W On."ser, of Jensen Beach I tilt: Orphanage at Arcadia Miss Ocsu of !Miami In the Orange by Mrs. McPheison sister -
-- Bowl Saturday nIght. Danny Miss Emma Luckeit, of
CONCRETE
The vacation at Stephen will Lucille I n woe presented a program BLOCKSPlant
start on December 18 and end on Christmas customs of Mlnnehnn also a student at St Moilchei LI? N, y", who will
January\ 8.liiE9BftlUAN. varl ous countries The party Leo's, will arrive home Wednesday ei end the winter with the Mc- Located At
INDIAN RIVER TREE RIPENED I' featured a pot luck supper and to spend Christmas with his rhersons, Church Street Jensen, Florida
I parents Mr and Mrs R Linnehan -- _
': ., FRUIT ('lIIlllIaS; the exchange of Christmas gifts
;\) Bt Lurie Eilutc.so Charles Orccnlccs, Jr.. Is ex- .
tine: ( !IIUi TM\s r.mH'hllII"11 Those present were Mrs Zola -- --- -- -- -- --
I ( ot l the nursery, bci i Glakeslee,, Miss Olny Emit Mrs -.e iwclcd this week end to Fixed) I
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TO YOU
DIRECT I ROM OUR GROVE
'. end Mis \\' \ Chrlgtmas with\ \ his mother In
Charles Titus orttiingloniranlon
i.' lit! ( 1'i mil 1)J'll11al'Y departments, Mrs Gallic Me- LISTEN TO
oi I i I'e'i Pu.sljMi' ',iltin 8uiulnfrrliii \ \' i Ciary Mrs. Dorothy Pierce Mrs lire expected soon after Tropical Farms I I J
1 l'III<',i,'pit: and Valencia Orange, Marsh Seedless .-
,1 anti their mothers are In- James Meaitctt! t. Mrs Matti"I Christmas to spend the wlnMPI KS
I.I. n><./Iruit, Fancy Tangerines Temples In Season \il I I' d I .1,1 1 1'hiisim party Snttuc Talks. Mrs. A, L. Bridges MMV Mr n.n MM Qeorue Rancy ol,I i 1MJ
I at thdr home> on Jupiter Island 1b
Oa, and their daughteiMis
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1 al\h-I\ ) U Packed for Shipment Illrl'nool1 .(1< :1:00:I: In the .Ilia Jacksnn Mrs ArnoldDauer ,
\ Mm Norman Mi, and Mrs, Ted Chambers Dave Barrow, and two
luslniii Il in diiixl on o.s (-()Ju I lUycllpind
i $ Miss I IIIMOCII ) who have been living In the children, Dive, jr.,. and Jacklyn ''
(.pdruit sa.00 /\\'I'IIUI'I.U'ml
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i move (II Tuesday '
)ranges, Tangerine or Mined 2,23 H.i I \ ; IOTC
; new home on the cornel oi Christmas holldaNs with Mrs f4t cui G ;
i mplcs 275 "HOSTS i :\( IIrUt; IIN: Iel' ,, i,
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y Osceola and High School Ate.i .- Runcys parents Mi and Mis C
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\' I i'UP, VV McPherson, on Akron Avenue.RAY'S "RON:
''t 1 .:' .h') I I. Packed for Shipment toot 1 1h! <. Harris Lowery'. The (closing/. of school tomorrow :
C.tipifruit 3.00 :i. wire hall I al I u family: dinner \111 find several teacher leaving > Every + rE!
1 (t'gages, Tangrrine or Mixed. 3.60 1 put' Sunday veiling ThoseiitUndlnK for (he Christmas vacation. ---- -- ------ '
: Kmples 4.60 were Mr: and MmCUi Mrs Lou Hill Foster, supervisor, Mon, \\'ed", f'ri.. 41 age
'nn D'B"fI'l' and son David will LUNCH BAR
; spend Christmas In Chattanooga c
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Express Extra Mr and! Mi S. H.nils Loweiy ji with her family, Miss :

Ii IK! ihlJdiin Hauls III and Feni 1 O'Neal librarian will go to AMD\VCHES! CCFFFE HOMEMADE PIES .
J ,. : I uit. Oranges 3Sc dOlE Tangerines 2Sc doa. 0101111 i O.i)', iixi Mt and Mr*. Amelia Court (House. Va., and
Charles \ Robe, b of Atlanta. Miss Edith Olenn Kirli' phjslcnl BOTTLED BEER (

I I Ba\l"-, Bex 114 Stuart Stuart Auto Camp education\ instructor. to Trusille Open Till 1 30 A. M. Every Night yw .
------ UU' ,\XD MRS U1LMIN I \ Ala. Mrs Agnes K. Mul-
--- If n'E ti\\tn: r\ia\ haupt will spend the holidays In Drop Fn For That Late Hour Snack "
: Dr. and 11's. TilmadiicMlson Daytona Beach and Mobile, Ala it ,
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Federil "Ed's" Fruit
Highway Opposite M 1
uitainul Saturday eveningv vhilc Mi and Mrs. John Cray 110
FRAM
,,1 ill iqiiiilamnci' at their home I i to Burlington Iowa to visit Mrs, I RAY BFRWICK, Owner '

: )j-J/'J' / 'J I IP 8t Lull\ descent Quests'" ; Grays fanilh ; r' ?hsAokPNK PARKER

\ \0' Mi, nd :Mm Conrad Al- ..
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bi,i'tt t :Ms Ida Albi\icht. Mr IKIMITMtILMU\ 1 Amerir olorrinD,' t
I Ir HJ.rt Mi'* Arthur Chappelka' and t tPit. 10 IIKT: fII U( FitS M
DUTCH KITCHEN
: n the FARM j : J. mr<. The WomE.'n's Auxiliary of the nrhroe'' Bthsfo 4d
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Martin Count Hospital will hold ? /
,i-ii ('I.l'D tEmUs: Pouleonon K0y lore'
the annual meeting and election American Style Cooking o ugh pl'
i I.NH.nT"I11'11 rum orM ;
ol officers Monday. Dec 23. at Open 6 A. M to :2 P. M. 5 P, M. to 8 P. M. pyof .wthAsdrs
c WHAT'S THE IDEA, BUST .1 ('111 11111111 t Inlo\\ then fall acllvlt T:3D p. m. at the nurses' home. GrmO '(1
SCRAPING THAT FILE DEA'ONSTRITION' t es, the 4-H Club of IndlaiHovui TASTY, DELICIOUS FOODPlate Dog

ON MY TRACTOR? KIND SIR. gate laId .school i Clnlstmas I Friday party afternoon atVai'- Mr and !Mrs. John Me Brooks Lunched, Sandwiches and BELL BREAD
cf f Philadelphia are visiting Mr.
Members= planned and conducted Short Orders! to Take Out KAY
nnd Mr. A. C. Brooks at their
i ,,cli detail 01 1 the program, home. 603 Riverside Drive !Mrs Krues IJl ,*mined their Christmas tree.
I Bridges is Mr Blocks sister
1_ epned and served refreshments _. .
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Club Is having Its annual :
1 Christmas party today at
1 GRIT Mil SLUDGE IN OLD I T( 12 30 at Uu home oi Mr.. Vernon '

\ GEAR LUERICANTS CAN WHAT YO'I' ,I Matthews at Port Mayaca Illgh11 -

ACT LIKE A FIlE TO MEAN, ;:lit of the vent wa the ex- .:
( I i change of gifts which members .
( DAMAGE TRACTOR GEARS, made as part of their current

home demonstration project
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Tin rxecullvc board 01 the
I PTA nut rhuisduy afternoon at
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s,'wills Point to make plans
L_ fur Iheli! general meeting which
\,a.' held Tuesday evening at the

r I /HATS WHY YOU SHOULD DRAIN, FlISJIN REFILL C'\'I Center After the business
is&lon, members enjoyed a soc- r 1 f
I \ TIlE REAR AXLE WITH SINCLAIR OPALIVE/ CEAR I, J I.,1 hour. during which they sow / b tr

/ LUBRICANT/ EVERY 300 OPERATING HOURS' OR TWICE tie mlnalure flower show ar-

\( A yEAR, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST, i 1':'nud by Mrs 8. M Echlnlrvi i iHowuh
ill! ; Trim, Mrs Jolly DIl-
1111'( anMI'IS\ Harris Lowl ry
) & Rr )presided Is the dining room s"T t 1 1t
Q Other board members present 1i
-? vi 11 Mrs O. L. Edenfield, PI'P'I-i ..
/ dint Mrs Herman Reitz, vlelI.esklent -
I : Mi.s E. A. Surges,
." ('iftu.\', Mis WIlliam Metm\
t 'i iMiui. Mrs. Made Mitul

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Wf OfltVtR. DlttCT/, TO FARMS _PHONE OR WRITE FOR ) u' Dehon Mrs M R RmillMi .
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n.Dhone ORINKINQ' MEN Tourist leaving Ankona last wirier, l\all1t'I"1\: Morris. Mrs. Florene I Mrs Daisy Dordan In Ankona Circle luncheon in the home' of

'' ALCOHOLISM I Interests Rally to Mrs Truman was a member i of C.WI'. Miss Annette Cave Miss Mr. Durkin flew from Wooster to Mrs Paul Ofctecn In Fort Pierce

))8Rea lurfull Tr..t.d'' with On. We.k .f the Presbyterian chinch and the Mujoiy Horton Fort Pierce, and New York then on to Vero Beach recently, Mrs. Ostecn was assisted -

WHITE: CROSS HOSPITAL I NMPllollE.lba Keep U.S. 1 As Main Route !I NtsbeUi chapter Order of Eastern Dumond Merwin and Arthur I where he was met at the airportby by Mrs, Clyde Cato. Follow- I''
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.nlr.1 AY.as". Star ChIcago. Phillips. his hostess Tuesday evening i Ing the luncheon interesting '"
/IJfU Sr '.....bu,.. Fl. ST While laser she resided at Pine- Wednesday evening Dr.. andMis He is 17 and will graduate from readings were given by Mri Ida

co. -- uness AUUUbllNE Intuits Tourist bi Heads Dentists CresLodge.\ Casa Collier entertained college in June, I 1M. Curry '
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-, Cast coast 'llt) lrI St Paul Episcopal Edenlawn contingent\ winter David Martin student at Til- Mr and Mrs,. R. V Ankcny.
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LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental sonvllle to Miami .J.lC'k-J Sunday Schoolallon sliors and home folk with moving State, Angola, Ind.. Is riving Ankona were hosts to a small
Homes with UI. rrt to unit in nu(',belie" i r.lIl-, As no Chilstmas program was pictures of the Doctors Big this week to spend the ChristI\ I I! neighborhood card party last .1
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combat Hit ( ( ill J J II'to planned for Sunday school 1 pup Gm,ic hunting trips In Africa and mas holidays with his mother, !: Saturday evening!. Their guests (. .
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mobile trafllc In I.:" ss; of St, Paul's Episcopal chinch( South America,. Among the invited Mrs Edna K. Martin In Walton were Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Wilson
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were Mr and Mrs VIctorV. I Miss Katherine bnscy and Mr and Mrs O Broman Mil.
r other nt Walton gifts will be dlstilbtil-
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from U 8. No 1 hlv.li .I \ d to the children after regular Ceinklln Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Donald Ensey were dinner guests E. F. Lindmnm: Warren E. Lln- :.
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l SCLLIXO IUAII\C: Local Sunday school hours Dec. 22 M'I'\\'ln Mis Katheilne Morris of Mr and Mrs Charles Cleveland Berman and Mrs Carl in, I
PROPERTY M\:\NACL\IC\; elteounu' ,''lid i iolflclals Following the New Year, Suncla) Mi.s Flounce Cave Miss Annette In Fort Pierce Saturday I II Commander.. and Mis W. F "t

t Write P, 0, Box No .j 1 Commerce along with (''h.l1d i i school will convent every Sunday Cave Mr. and Mrs, Dumond eVening. I lynn ol Ankona will hive: fia' "

s J16 North Colorado Aunui( are (ullin OI"'JI' ,"I I I'' ask at 9:30: n11, Everyone welcome J\lcrwln i and Arthur Phillips I Mrs. J W. Lowile. Mrs F. C their Christ naa house ynehU,
Phone 317 cominunltlcK along II"",' i .' II e Deverleks Mis William J. Sullivanof
w Richard Frederick Sabln,Syracuse W. C. Wilson and Mi anti Mis
Mrs DuriLin
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Stuart Florida east coast to join In .1 '''''1'' Mrs. Max Shalnfcld Miami Mi. Sulliv Is real-
live Entertains N. Y., has joined his parents I were among in a
program! of .
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broker
Mr. and Mrs Fred Rabin. matrons attending Emtrii r sink c
general Following the opening of hc-i I 1-
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Miami I I" Li j 1 k will be Mr. Sabin's first\. tropical
Mile Daisy Dot'dan entertained with I'
COMMERCIAL Chi latmas He now thinks he prefers
and AERIAL Possible u cocktail party last Sunday 1LaPGS16 G
Kadivnti ""I i 'in i this climate to any he lias
P'lol'lda EiM, Const HIJ.tI'I.\, evening Enjoying hoi hospitalIty -
\ been In. At present he is busily I
PHOTOS bX'latlollI'UI,> Indii' iu\' d t .," .1, were Mr and Airs Morris engaged helping to fulfill hispatents dEXPOSURE
wlutlon to Dr Sterling V, Mud I Lelslberg Palm Beach; Mi. and GIVE A WESTON tras
'MicrCHslulU (' mpi) 'I 1'' I hopes of an attractive\ )
HOTOGRAPMS WILL HELP YOU Mrs Conrail Albracht Stual'l.Mr. .
MAKE THAT apalnMCuilial
I Horlela orJalll/l-, 'garden setting for their recently METER .
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SALE lions that ire( uidcmoili,t t 10 adtcnre i- A n ilion.wide program! to make and Mrs, Henry Lumonl and constructed bungalow.
ROMPT EFFICIENT Inland dental cure available for all ihil. Dr. and Mrs t'. A. dowdy Fort For Seii. Si.' Color or Black
SERVICE GUARANTEED routes 'lion regardless of Income location Mi and Mrs John C ppc'v.n
or I. Pierce. and her house guest MisKathcilnc Conwaywin and Mi rote, t'' "e". t or L no Type,
Five pnliminuiv ('( nidi('IK('i'', i iv being urged by Dr, Sterling i I I HIP completing a 1 home in !
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP all'rudy h.Ibl''n held awl.a t V, Mead (above), of Washington, Lynch. Ankona .us fast as materials ate c ,- 's A Comp" "v ( ,( 'Il.e WcttonTumns
with enthusiasm
I II Bursting i
C., new president of \the American over Photograph) ? I Srrmunultr.
,
Ilnl'l'al: m;is meeting: oi ill in- Dental Association I his new )111''hasl'( CU in Buckley obtainable are showing their Irl-

tiger Bldg. Next To Western Union 1I'I'd." : cast coast l bu>,iiie(>'.c'>> tt'a is "We believe that \the creates bl l Jensen ought |his| boat up to lids a Hollywood! double] poln 'I Frn'R avy fow
held hue ,.1 t problem that\, now confronts Is their' .
( 10 a. m Dcumbci us scttl \that was planted in
I Ankona Monday far FJl't1'l1 i I'
J ie I at the( /8t, ,\II lIlIthw Civic tii- "the care ot children," he cald yard last year. One bloom mea-
Russell Ml Russell
;vl'ry child should have an annual inspection CAMERA
NAND IPI. A J.tl'01jJ( of rrpicsenialmsiiom : I, dental. examination It parents\ are a good ]judge! of 1 mm'h,',. Haled Miied over a foot across and pet SHOP
PAINTED ADVER.TISINGProperties. homii Jacksonville t to unable to meet\ the costs of dental I Mi Baielcy had an all-lotirnl ulso large and profuse thai THE SEA CHEST
l\IUl'hH'lalJ I i I care fur their children, it should bo I
met i |In St. AiiMistine: I pleasuie and llshlng boat\ and he only the word magic expresses 106 So. 2nd
hit I week ..110,(i .ueinl( thiunbd ol provided' by community health pro. this gorgeous blossom
grams. would bet this captain would ft Pierce, Fla
,
tomniiu(" ,\icullves mot in I, Dr. Mend( said l the dental nseocla. get his money's worth In fun Mrs Kenneth Klikbilght\ and
:Mianal1I: ''a tier.) A meeting oluM tion would I seek aid from \the new and fish small daughter, Susan Ann, who

( t (0:1'1: hovel:( men was held I congress for children dental care Mrs. Fanny Stieeloi\ and Miss I, have been the guests of their
and for
national
ok I ii). Day ton, ,.i 1))'ach Monday a in an effort dental to find researchInstitute new Ethyl Keynaslon. of Minneapolis aunt\ and uncle, Mi. and Mrs I

300 0 4 IiF AYe Conldo)( 1)1) (r' also have been meiinn of prevention and control of and Ankona, spin) lust Friday In Joseph \\orlhlngton\. in Ankona ,
held will II H R Martin president I ikntullllllllllllllllllllinillllllllMIIIIIIIIIMIIII. diveaseaIle Palm Deaeh Miss Keynaslon Is ne leaving Sunday to return to
III I I the (olel( ,neat toast highway paid. however, that the mliana .. I expecting to leave for Miami I I their home In Jersey City I
.1I'uti..l.
are opposed, \\.0. tom.pulsory
oak P0.8ox'J ,OIp' 1.Ollp. in I h,1,i Pimp' and with I health insurance becauat shortly after Christmas when I Mr, and Mrs James Summer-
Lull O 'I'hh,I 'IK i'. Sl..lal. t \ d I it would fail to Improve the na- she will visit\ old friends I ville and Mr and Mrs. S Oalalld ,

"Ir Ihr.c aso.ill'/I! i t. In Vl'wlka.J! I tion'l dental health I Tom Scott ji.. son ol Mi ,and! 1 West Palm Beach were recent I I j4OODDI
o. 'l 1 Hie -I i rlueusllnt' niiilii k I I ------- -- I Mrs. Thomas Scott of Ankon. IK'sis ul Mi. and Mrs. Edward

llnsUk I hul ,1 i ItiM\ ulttlKlUKi( : ) I I I i '-.111 arrive home Saturday front 13 Tiaub at their home in An

Abater front 1 I NEWS 01" Villanova College Villano\u Pa.. I kona

EARL W, BROWN I I where he Is taking a pre-mcdicul E. R Ensey. Walton, was a I
I Indian River Drive Tom wil thieeweeks Miami visitor Monday.
eouise enjoy a
one: the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound URGES PROBE OF I I I
I the White
vacation here As a holiday feature Goon JOBS
Ocean Frontage SUGAR SITUATION I I: DvMATLARKlimilllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIII'llimilllH Mr, and Mrs Edward Fairburn City Improvement club has planned -

: ; Ensey Miami will spend u two,.,,1 a "hobo" party to be held I CpAF1
i \ !
DELAND Earl \ BIOVII vi'C ; I E:, IS rraub Purchases week holiday vacation with their, In community hall at White City

,linlinian ol Hit HoiUli State Tins ;Mfff/ Company i parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ensey,, Monday night. Dec 23, to which WE
'6 i t! 4Ci I Chamber of Commerce Indus- Sale of the Traso Manufactur- In Walton. Their arrival is ex. Drive residents are Invited.
err. e c I .rRi dial 1 Committee. feels that the I big Co. of Vero to Edward B pected Saturday. I Swelling the list of holiday RENO N S

e 2U :time has come I for a complete Truab of Ankona was announced After spIrited tennis gamer i I'I visitors Is John J. Dm'kin. )Jr.. A MONTHWhen

.. Investigation of the sugar situation I by the new owner this week The Sunday; afternoon on the court;> from Boyleston. Mass. vho\ ar- MEAN

I i nI with a view of determining leap, was consumated Friday and at Edenlawn a picnic supper wai i rived from St. Peters school In
I Just why American and Florida formed served In the pavilion to Mrs. Wooster for a vacation visit with
Monday a corporation was I
sugar product are limited as to with E. B Traub President; ________ n ----- -__. -__-_ _- _-__-_ -
the amount they can produce( by
., Edward Tiaub 1st vice-presi
I t eatles! and quotas that protect de'nt. Ocoigc Sasso, 2nd, vice- somebody says to you. "Good jobs

off-shore areas while the Amerl- I ipilclcnl; Mrs E B. Tiaubtiiasurer see hard to find"-DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT-if you'rc

-.- .. cnn housewife Miffers and Mrs George Sasso I a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 31

BI'ownII'Kes a Congressional secretary Inclusive!

Inquiry into the whole suga I The new corporation has already In your new Regular(/; Army 40,000 good jobs a monthare

.u..l'I i rates H(' atoms to know who begun a program of change MODEL 7 opening up interesting(/; jobs that pay well that
I owns the M>-called: oif-shore and will operate the manu- offer advancement career opportunities and training and

sugar plantations and what facture of Venetian blinds In Gasoline Mower experience in many useful skills and trades

wage. .11'1' b'lIl" paid foreign I Fort Pierce as soon as a building New higher(/; Army pay food, clothing(/;. quarters,
sugar loan lilxKis( _, an be acquhed Until that time travel, at no extra cost GI Bill of Rights educational '
I which Mi Traub hopes will beery benefits for those who enlist before the official terminationof

\ shortly. business will con- the war and serve at least 90 days and the opportunity -
tinue from the Vcro plant. for early retirement with a life income odd up

Directly after New Years Ca1>- to a career you can't afford to miss.A .

t : 11'lain and Mrs. Joseph Svec and 3.year enlistment permits you to choose any branchof
1 (children anticipate coming to I service and overseas theater which still have openings.Go .
'
: I I OIl '" I
o I e I Eden from Washington D. C for after one of these good jobs now! You can get all

II a a } SINCE;; I heir annual visit to Mr. Svecs i the facts at your nearest U, S, Army Recruiting Station
I I 'Rj v I1U! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and ENLIST NOWI
1 11)1'ec. and Mrs Svecs mother, +
Z I Mrs. Barbara Ferson I w".ridl ,1,1DON'T w w w w w w w *

I \\ I Mrs. Edward B. Traub and Mrs. y MONTHLY
ARMY MEN '
PAY FOR
II : NEW, HIGHER
I ITIIiMENTINCOMI
II Sasso of Ankona spent\ (
I "I'c.1lize! George i I In Hit inn to Food lodslnj. Clollm ml Medical Cm :;::;'z AFTEIl
II EVE] THINK OF BUYINGA I
I nicliy In West Palm Beach ( Per 21 Inn' It r..nMont i
1nAddnlnntoColumnOna Ear.lc, i.ralesa1
In Little David Van Meeiten Is ,
Inaer. Master' !> 'rll<.n(
I the Ns.ht: r0't
'aMru aynrM ..a, I I I ome from the Fort Pierce hospital I NEW f rte OWED \WITHOUT I ......... for S.vleo. 0.- or Fine Sergeant! 5116500 $10725 "185.6) ,
Itt'ntalslor where Dr. Goodwin removed SSO M..ImumtF'er Month Technical I Sergeant' 1HOO 87,7J 13188 I

his tonsils He is the son of I SEEING THE SENSATION ,I Member.:.. l'lymg or Staff Sergeant 11)00 74.75 129.38
Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties I I Mrs Jeanette Van Meeiten, anew Gilder Month for 'I'.h..hto ilo. Per Sergeant . 10000 65.00 lli.50
Throughout Martin County I Not In Plyln. pry it.tu.) !1)000) 58.50 101.25
irsident of Ankona Its different"! Its faster! Its thnlhng. SENSATIONcuts Whit. hn..ed: upon P.rothat. Corporal I II
ACREAGE1 1RASCflES Infill niatlim i I"oinier\ Resident of Drive Dies I grass with the new wlinling blade" method. Your I DUlY. I" In.....S Private First Class 80,00lOO( 90.00
Insurance In 1'011 Pierce lawn will look lilts a green velvet carpet There I U no Ino/ r::,roc E.rh t Years Privies >00 48,79 84.38 I
Propertiesand Estate I
Seualls Point Rlnr-to.lUvrr Real Bertha 76, ot need for either for SENSATION the
Mrs Truman I raking cuts clippings w * l llisten
Write or See I Chicago who had come here for I into a fine m ilch that protects grass roots from the
Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites and with suns hot and lawn thick and healthy. l. Our tomSodo. "Souod 011. Y"WOmars
I the winter was residing I rays helps keep your el *..,.; Ko!<. aIA.. Army
JOHN E. TAYLOR I Mi and Mrs. E A Jones of SENSATION cuts the average lawn in thirty minutes "',oudl y W. H.II.I;' and footbtll/ I ..d,.," ..

I : B. ARBOGAST Osrrcli; 1111; ;:. Phone' )10U I Grange Avenue extension died and clip ;'tatcs practically: all hand trimming. Come in .. you ndin;
I SIlUItT last Sunday night in the Foil and lice our display of SENSATION Gasoline and Elec-
ARMY
| I Estate HATERROYT' PROPERTIES Insurance Pierce hospital Funeral services I tric flowers toihy Or better vet call us for a demonstration YOUR REGULAR/ ..,

I -c--J were conducted from the Yates See for yourself what SENSATION will do right ,- IHf NATION AND MANKIND IN WAit AND piAc.
--- ---- .-- ---- -- : on own lawnEdwin. _,'lfRVIS_. _. o. __ .0_ _. _ .___ _-.;._ ;::::
with your
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James Howard officiating
Di
The body was sent to Chicagofor U. S. Army Recruiting Station

ONE NITE ONLYMONDAY I II burial, I A. Menninger
COMING I The deceased Is survived by a I 704.706 Comeau Bldg.! West Palm Beach:

niece Miss Margaret Moore, Tor. Agent
she visited --- .
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DECEMBER
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SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART-, News MRS'Item ilffoe*IKANtrsO for thin before pnper noon, SMITH must on .11'c rend So;<',|et lhrEnr::, ';


-- Hume Telephone 11
Ij I IHPTIM' UMS :\11KS |Ic Courson, Miss !Svrena' Tottrn\ ,,. \lOf\: MISS 'KONIII\ ; Hill Mrs, F levin Mis Marvin Ml" OilY Boyd. Mrs Helen Am- son, Mrs Bob fhi,,

I IUISTM\S( : "MASON' : I Mrs Ed Wells, Mrs Joe Philp,, cHHiimis: UmTIII1'I I Rowel) Mrs. Lee I)('Lo ich, Mrs. old, Mrs, Vivian Taylor, Mrsclrew, 0, Pit tin. ", s,:
I Announcing The Opening of Mis L C. Kiikilter arranged 'and Mis J. J. Richards, ills Miss MalY Jane Rowill} ('ele- IltiminRelt*, Mrs. A. Y. Huntei). Grant Leek Mrs, Homer D 1 Hud- Charles Roberu "III i 1\1 :

her home with unique Christmas I George!! F. Barber closed the )pioIpinm I binleci her ein'ith' Llilhduj'I .. art t.
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I dl'rollions 1 \\icsdnv afternoon as with an Interesting talk FaUndav with n party ut Lee\
PALM CITY STORE ,-lie entertained the Baptist WMS on Woild Federation of Method- .home cm Osoeola Blvd, Alter\ ,

i lur the annual Christmas party. t is' Women. Others prell'nt'NC' playing Rairms on the lawn

r GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Feature of the program was the IWrs H. H. Thayer, Mrs. F. M. guests\ went Into the dining!! room FLOWERS for ALL OCCASION!
Christmas story by Mrs, Phil Kramer Miss Mary Ames, Mis which was decorated\ In pink nnd

Located In Old Post Office Building :Maxwell, followed by carols and Jolly Bozone Miss Cell Atwood green, Birthday cake and Ice
Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited the exchange of gifts around the Mri Walter Hitching, Miss cream were served to Anne Bin-
lighted Christmas tree Those Mamie Symunette and Miss M gletary Sandra Davey Sally Stewart j BOUQUETS CORSAGES

G. TIDMARSH present were Mrs. Ed Burgess, Halsey Shirley Goodman Johnny 4 .
Mu, J. C. Anthony, jr. Mrs D. ---- Nixon, Allan Biker David DI ('- >.> Floral Ai inntft mc'iitx on
L. Williams, Mrs A, O Plttman :Mils. ('()SIt.\n HOSTESS Berry, Mary Lois Campbell Con!
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Mrs, Robert Longbottom Mrs. IN NIU: HOME Koonoe. Richard Hoffman Pamela -
Y .tbPOTTED
Arnold Bnucr, Mrs W. L. Sulll.n !- Mis O W Conrad entertain- \ Roo, Gall Handy. Ilcnn \ PLANTS

\.. Mis A. 8 Blah, Mrs. Robert eti I at luncheon Tuesday at her Austin. Emma Ruth Donaldson, .

Baker, Mis T. C Knowlcs ciMis '" new' home. Plnecrest on St Lucie Warren Rice. Mrs, Eddie Lei .. ,; )Domestic) and J Imported\ dlfuwn;i ,.
txrythms i far the Sportsman"CFNTURY L C Moore, Mrs. W. C. Blvd Those present were Mrs E Smith Mrs Harris Lowery, si ,

Uimmlv. :\21'- A. I. Maxson Mrs H Best Mrs E P Voyes, Mrs and Mrs Ulmer Sliieletary

I Vlui Bfiitd. Mis ('. H Munch, Robert! A. Williams. Mrs Warren .
,
t :Ms\ Ll'l1\(i ( lemen\ Mrs. R. T. Hlze and Miss Nell NO.NCS of DITCH TREAT ('Lt H I" PLACE: YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER HARI.v. q'\
s 1 I .1.Il'k",1), :MiVllllam Hp\'bol'l', Fernandlna Florida, IN \\ (:LKLIMF:: Y
n b t \'i'I' L' IIM' Hinell, Mis S. OI -. I After lynching at the Stuart l will mike !personal) delivciios to Sluaii HiSMITH'S n'\ I" i I"," ,,
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I I.'ielel! Miv Charles McLaln Mrs tilts NOTES Hotel. members of the Dutch ,
I hl'l
( tmulI.
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c : nude
c 1:1: <'\lch11: >. J. F Elwell Mrs I Mrs, E, P Noyes was hostess I afternoon at the Civic Center .

I 1, \\1111111.. :\11',. L. E. DeLoach, at luncheon Saturday at her I High scenes were made by
I \:1": F C, news. Miss Belle home In Port Sew'all, honoring I Mrs. A hbv AiboRist and Mrs

I .v i ibM: :."s Elsie Marie Hey- 1 her h ouse guest, Miss Nell Nojes Howard Neall Others playlniveieMis ,.
1 tl"' Jc'nnniie DeLoachi 01 Ffinandlna Prl'sent1.1'1.." Mrs.. I Bo>'McPherson. Mrs. FLORAL & GIFT SHOPP

'fl- ,,>in.,.. Kicklltor and Mrs. W A. Palmer. Mrs E. H. Bess, | H, F. Kelly, 1021'S Jim Kennedy
'.1.1" il Mrs. 0, W Conrad, and Mr T. Mis Conrad AlbiadH, Miss Ida
I We Wire Flo'fI'lC"nAJIJ
Gcessllng lAlbiarhl Mu II. H JJ1PIoOI1,
( IItL !scolTs' in'HIM: : -- --- 1--
\1\\|:\ IDlm ItS Mrs. Wlllaford: Ransom Leach :\IITIIOIHST'Ut'YII: ) ) : HUH.; 5th street PHONE :110.,I

had as house guests last week at rwcr ()Hnciits DILA.
jjjl Girl Snuts met at the : 1 Fort fierce, Florida
\\(11)(111'\ ) Club Tuesday with 301 I|I Tuckahoe Mis Merle B. Mann Officers for 1917 were\ lected
.and Mrs, F. A. BrInk of Jacksonville :
bv the Methodist Co-Ed Class at
JrJI' )leaders
i and 3 present Betty |
Mrs. U T Koch and I .
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a Christmas --- --- ---
'I party: Thursday
:)'lor-Ison i Joyce Edenfield Jean
,I BOATS Cement: and Evelyn Reitz acted 0 Owen of Clew'1st on. and( : night at the church Lurllno '' r, A rrtb A '1 71 1'd ,7Ap npArr'C.4.4Y./rn. IQI 7 Qr), f1I9 1,71,9/tiSI p ,crn{ )r4Y .-' ,.,,

ns Color Ouaid for the opening I Mrs. Porter Baldwin of West Greene was chosen president, I j
flag ceicmunv A beautiful ; Film Beach The visitors were \\n>ne Wells vice-president :
Inboard and Outboard here to attend the ARCADE MEN'S SHOP
uindle-lightlng Investiture ceremony meeting( of Margie Tucker. secretary; Bert {
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the sixth district
Oarden clubs
was used to receive into Clements treasurer; JerrySmith f
i Mary Alice De I IIUl'lnbel'lIhlp -e- I reporter,
NOW ON DISPLAYIN I Leach Eldene' Smith, and Muncy I Jerry Inscoe, student at Wake I The newly-appointed members i iI FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
I Pojest College, N Coo ,will) spend the Recreation Committee J t
r Boyd. Ten gills from Patrols 2 I Imd lof no IT YOU HAVEN'T FOUND EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN STUART TO COM
3 and leader Mrs, J, L Boone \ -; the Christmas holidays with his Dare and Jerry Smith, After ( PLETE YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS YOU WILL FIND OUR STORE A GOOD

OUR STORE ? tpok part. Plan were made I aunt, Miss Lucille, Inscoe at the I a session of games Rifts \ ? SHOPPING PLACE FOR QUALITY GIFTS AND WEARING APPAREL
in 8 beautifully\ decorated Christmas
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Community Christmas tree '
Mu Harold Basso, Sewall'i rr
('Pllt I tree and lefieshmoms were
Point. spent four days In Ja"k- terved Twenty members and the r
Zola Mae Blakeslee, Helen Me- I BOTANYPRODUCTS

Speeds Up To 38 M.P.H. Cullough, one Morrison, and i sonvllle last-week. -- I Mrs.teacher Kh1dl'ecl.'rrC', Henry Kindred and
present.'I.ASS
Betty: Wood read t the Christmas I
Mri Harold Basso and her sister
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> 01'y liom Luke as they knelt
Mrs, George Salmon, of IlilFMlMIII
Se- (
IF side the lighted/ nativity scene
I wall Point were visiting in West Ills .
THE SEA CHEST Following the singing of Christ- (IllilSlllA I\IT\ ,
Palm Beach this l week i An inspirational talk by Mrs
i r::an carols, refreshments were
carved( tort a beautifully decorated I Marlon Bellou Flske was th" We have 100
cent Botany because
''t 106 S, 2nd St Fort Pierce, Florida tea t table. and gifts were distilbtiteei I Following the rendition of the highlight: of the CluMmas piileicn ( \' gone per -
Messiah at the Methodist church '
the
from the Christmas by Friendship class of 1 1I
Sporting Goods Household AppliancesfIOT tore I Sunday evening, those taking I the Baptist church Thursday' : t = we have found Botany product)
part will be honored at a reception e\enlnR in the annex Mis Gkn
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I at the home of Mrs. F D JDtBerry! enteitaliwti with two ; Tt "i
\I{F1101 OS :MONTHLY I
I Jones at Sew'alls Point 'leodlngs{ and each member received r 4 honestly made and reasonably priced,
'ii I.TINUThe _
I e I a gift from the ChristmanI I,
Methodist WSCS met I Mr. and Mrs E M. Bennett liee Others attl'ndlng,1'1" Mi \
Ti '>day at: the church with Dr. I have left for their home In Pittsburgh John O'Day, Mis Cnssle j BildI i r' Botany Robes Botany Ties TI

Abbott Morton presiding, Then I after spending Thanksgiving ;I Mrs Cecil Donaldson, Mrs Dalton I;

II tula monthly fellowship sup- i with Mr, and Mrs. V C \ Andiron. Mrs J, 1 F \\si'I'i. ; : : \ Botany Mufflers KIT
1 p'1 I'1 1 that is held on the lat: Fric Armor in El Dorado Heights, The Mrs Ronnie Cross. Mi>. EulREAL ;
iv nf f each month was postponed Armors are now entertaining Mr I -
mil the last Friday night in and Mrs. Frank Barton of NcIwaik : ; ': l Botany Brand 500 Suits, but ;
NOW TO Cfl GvcC\
.1Inuary.: Mrs W. O Aldridge an- I N. J., who are here for a 1--1' .'
,tineed' that the Florida Chain week of fishing, ll.ElIEI FROM Prllttll' Not Suits Available Now
Many
"f( Missions will be held In Fort I ac COLD FIISERIEi' Q O

6. AND IN AHURRY Peuc on Jan. 30 and 31 1947. Mr and Mrs. Richard O Hup- 4/66k0.3 : Y'y

following the business meeting I lei will leave Saturday for Tulsa l 6 1 t hPi
Mis Aldildge! was leader of a Oklahoma, where they v Chiistmas carol program with a I the holidays with Mrs Hupfel

Palestine setting In costume )parents. Mr. and Mrs. R, Bruce ,IIIIo""'" i: GIFT SUGGESTIONSKings

Those taking!/ part were Mrs A Martin _
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Kings Men Toiletries ,, n DIIC
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SALES Us For J
See "
Sports Jewelry Western Belts '% '
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& :-- jjr F: )I, 1 TD'I I n!\ E I 'sJs Repairs and nP f
Silver Belt Buckle Sets '
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SERVICE Parts ESTATEt
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Billfolds Traveling Sets < \tar 'r Y '
t; :
M,1 ARNOLD BAUERSt. Properties of all kinds *t V( yt

Lucie Boulevard Phone 142.W for sal*.

MORE THAN 2,000 TIES C
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Also rentals and m,urance. __ I ,

r I II $1.00 to $7.00

SHEAFFEFG'TRIUMPH a Tie To Tye & Lisk On TiesTYE&LISK C


m Edward MappRealtor

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Hot as a firecracker That's an expression (Hot as P. O. Arcade Bldg.
I twI 115. 117. 119 N. 4th St., Fort Pierce, Florida
a soldering iron. That's a fact I A fact spelling :", Phone 19
I \ Phone 210
progress as new telephone connections are soldered C\

together-putting speed into the Telephone Com ------ 1stvs .JY6' C Y.rJdtfd NA7Y' i 11dr7' CdYtSdtG'd' -*--eL tn&iiFllxaftiK.-.- .-----.-.iK--.-.-.- .d1'*V.-.-.*-yBi--.!-i'.w' 'I tlJrlUlde6'I] -};

pany's program to improve service -to provide i :,-"fIl; ::' ;Z-II (JYv ;z'i ""i "i ":'


telephones Telephone for folks all who are in want the thick them of things, striving GIVE THE GIFT THATPLEASES'ALL.WAYS"- ti I Inviting Our Martin County Friends PIt


to give you as quickly as humanly possible the
/
kind of service you want, Installing equipment for I i AGAIN, THIS
i. I
more and better telephone service is a time-con. .
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suming complicated job. Miles of wiring must be .... ... ;"" i t c cf ct ct
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laced into switchboards. Millions of intricate con- ,i t

nections soldered, each in its t.. -- oo I Ia
precise place. Banksof t :
r .. '
Whm MtMtfei K| for mmnmilul n < n proctmlr.euvo t
electrical relays set up. Cables laid Poles k..n In M4 lltel StooflfT'l nuuufH YS. do.. DwlW TO .
/N .1"d.I,9M I In cwtrv waySnpIr I
erected Wires strung And sometimes a whole new 4' I fry *.rtlUWH Cr"eegda N..e. M .lh. '' i i
l wpttUf |MMC Ihol Hft N M *. |. el 'toiling ton tacitonTh.cWn.rwr ii
building constructed, : .*,::U.K 4 *._*FCHMT,: ,.& ,tortaf NM:, j> ,I i
1.Ia.<<. .*...._ .fetal. ,._.,* .. comkm to llomp. *>.
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ANDRICHARDSON i,, IniiujniiHlioii the 1'HC! i 47 Tourist t Season in Doiulu of accommodation' with a vita
IN lutomiwnitd Ij the usuii ill Illinois.pi I '('illations mid( IIwalll! lemnlnliiK for she 'nilI'I, | -, I Is Still Scarce ..{:
millpio|!iijrumk, n'wilding r uMillubilitv/ ol Hiiommoela-i Mason, and, as a lesult, hl'i' ( /
CRUISERSSTUART turn HH well us the wildest lu mom \\lth reference: to lutes l I I ImUlic term vlfiltois find It rosier:. 11 I obI BUTCasa fl r
In 01'del' to furnish the 1 npicture with a fairly I authentic I t tain other types of nccomod .
1 of actual condition as I --- ---- ;
Hen although In burst! parts of
MARINE SERVICE they. exist today and as mAY best apartments, motor courts and 'the State apartment lacllithsI :. Lumber Co f
b< anticipated by the house '
general rooming facilities: i i Ckn be found -.ft'

one 33 Stuart homing Industry throughout the Jacksonville area: Northwest The question of tales may be ':-.
Box 96 State,, An Iwpaitlt: ) survey has I Florida Area, embracing Tallatiassfp I summftilied. as follows: fir' Is Still Doing lit Best To Supply You
been conducted by the State ; Panama City and Pen- ; PHONE
A majority of the housing fllrli -
Dote] ]
--- Commission covering Kncola; Upper East Coast "
-- area
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------ I principal tourist section throughout ,embracing Daytona: Beach and i lilies\ throughout the entire 'tntll i I .,. ;a 66'I
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still under OPA and th"icfoie -
the State of Floildi |: adjacent] cities Central Flori- lore --
: : \\I\T1:'; II \nFI;: I I millet
except In Isolated hostunees' _... ... .
This survey was conducted on'I',da, embracing Orlando Wlntei I Cloila Innxden I hold I i n '11,1: ". ""; --
the basin of requesting enrh com !Park and the Ridge aorta: SouthWest \ 'the i rumor that rates hive! been' |' of Kiant M t as" 1111 'j I it,t I ho t :.n, nut, "
GIVE; JEWELRYFOR munity hotel association\ to cur- i Florida area, embtaciiiRI 1 ushed sky-high Is groundless: bio limit ut CM'pte's'i 1011"; d:' r.<.
Reports from all sections emphaslzch WE THANK THE PUBLIC
vey their area and report through I I Tampa St. Petersburg! Clearwater I
that the rate
their respective officials on the Sarasota, Bl'adl"n\.on.: \ Piml picture Itii.tiiTIN _
; CCINT\) HOSIITVIBltths
nceomimxlatlonn available now I'IOO'ola I, and Ft, Myers, and the I Lae not materially changed even Ii FOR THEIR PATRONAGE ON OUR OPENING WE
here( OPA decontrol has beeneffected.
I irstivallonN! confirmed for the Lower East Coast embracing the II, : Mr, And MIR' Charles ARE TRYING TO MEET THE PUBLIC DEMAND
period of the height of the seal ,I Palm Beach area, Greater Miami :E. Thompson, son Chat'If's E, t 11 t', AND HOPE TO HAVE SUFFICIENT PIES AND
There In Florida .
I (ate appioxlmatcly -
M.II and the and Miami Dec 13 Mr. and Mrs Luwi''''neEm ',
I anticipated Beach to Key WeilStmimarUliiK 1
: spacemallable ; 1900 Hotels with a total BAKE GOODS FOR ALL.
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dial Jnnes-
d girl Margaret
CHRISTMASGIFTS I during the decliningperiod I the reports env :
c'; over BO,000 rooms: 8jOO apart
I One. De14, Mr. and Mrs, Leon'
of the season In addition, cling virtually every section of
specif! Inl iimalltn wlh: rcfeiin '- the State catering to the tourist i lent bout( sea of approximately Godfrey, girl, Donna Onll. Dee( PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW .
If0000 units; 14000 rooming
<' ''' to rates was obtained t h\'ade( the following conclusions 7, Admitted and discharged: Mis
Reputes 1 have' been< i received, are( Indicated: houses with approximately 100.- 'Von K, Jot'don, Mrs Lillian) SI"'I'e i

fi(m the( lolloWll11/I I 'ertuniK olHi I Dining the early season from ,COO rooms: 1500 motor, couitiwith ly) Mrs. Pearl Lit!. Admlitcd : For Your Xmas Pies Cakes and Hot Rolls
22 COO
npptoxlmalclv or a hiss: Laura Island ,.
"Si 1.U t, ol''l'lIle( hotel) loonu November until the middle of I Milcahv Jnplte -
lotal
of 25,800 establishments of-
OF January reported advance reservations Mrs Anne Roberts Mr. IIOME MADE DOUGHNUTS MADE DAILY
ferlng 332000\ under
rooms Albert Quinn, Jensen Beach
IS YOUR LIVER between t Indicate 50 and an 60 occupancy per cent of of license In addition, there areIveI' I Open Christmas 9 a.m. Till 1 1:00: p.m."HANDYPANTEY".
[DISTINCTION and QUALITYVISIT available spare: for the vfilodf e 10000 restaurants with arapacity : The United States and IASknal'l"

CRYING FOR HELPbecause "om January 15 until \the early I of. atrommodatlng at a now canning n oily live
Ingle; sitting almost a halt million -
pounds of fish each yeAfill
Part of Match, The
Height of
CUR STORE AND SEE of or faulty dl- people
OUR WIDE constlpnlltm I every man woman and child' i hit i
the ,
Season"
/("ution? It you feet bilious sour, reported advancelesnvntlons I Visitors to F'lol'lda'IJI find the I
SELECTION OF lJloUled| | With IRS, blue( indicate that while, the nation according to the )hi' -
Moudiv you be bCRtI.ChYi big I State sciiibbed And brushcel and lest obtained I the
runt
: : i potts
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a burden on > livci Retained i un- principal resort areas ant i haute) '
prepared to offer the finest
[IlKC',-Kel, food l be rallies putrefactive, Mood business I ac- lifching industry, W. C: St ilk I
J. R. WOOD they art not
ART CARVED auiis" toxins, v.hlfoh" rood the t'tnmodallons Looking to Inline IN REAR CENTRAL MARKET, ON 2ND STSPECIAL .
I vice piesldent' of Ameilein i'tat:
Iner, kCl'jJlI"( It train v prop- prophesying a sensational sen- : business Florida operator of
DIAMOND and WEDDING RINGS r ilv;i d Ilitn livir; l is by the Idling time 'c: ,,;S ejourn mOp; son and that iccommodatlons those establishments cateilng to Company saldifeinilv' tNiCYJJYdduc"'t __IS.
In '
nature) t sweep) tits IJUh'eul'Llve and OIK 01 more of the cntpftoilcwsinveyed the traveling: public will bi anxIous -------

L Y'ouuu'i iilially: and digested I intestines.> matter NoUlnnaJsin from your To substantiate will be avalltble this I to render hospitable, ef- : :, I l't'; 4)' eWCyF.r'' ;:: '::.nfTU.7u'osi, ,: ;; .:i ,A, Yl"WYC'Id;':;:'tibAY7JYd':: ;.';:,'hBj: ;ZZI: NNYO'YCryIeS e.GO ;r.aT ;Yh:;
: & E. WALKER Jewelers :' i like: (.00(11;: old I Calotnbs.UM on:ni analysisthe llclent and courteous service! and 0
txcted. lOc and 2.:>c ut your urululbls.rakt : Oicater Miami Area reveals I I the Industry as a whole Is stiivI -

LAGLER AVE. STUART, FLA, gist there were only two days I I hlR to return to pre-war stand OFF !%
CALOTABSFOR last
: season during February when ords of comfort and liixiny n Yz
al' of the
hotels
filled
were to Many of t the tit I nest' resort i t i'si ubII .p t+,
rapacity: Miami reports in oc- ,
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w'D:t,9)PcF Far.pl. '. '-'r.r.:1' :uArrr"A'rrrv.Arrs.o: :".:': J..rM, .:: '.'7t.r.fJ'C.,, ""t '" Y,f'e.! w} 50 ciipiiiry per rent for of November capacity with ol only an 1 and lip armed forces are renovated 09
to the
I open public again fur
expectancy of between 50 And 1 I the llrst time since before' the ON ALL TOYS!
60') cent
per occupancy dining' tar and despite building reslrlc
December and advises that Opel' I lions a number of new facilities 4,9,I d_
SALE | cent of the hotels still I
have
I accommodations available dur- Tare I| were offetlng completed! swank this ncrommodn-stammer' and I 1 q See Our Special Selection of Toys Offered At This Big Dis- JS

ing the height of the season liens! thus nntime-nlhiK avnitible! I 'a count
faVisit
SMALL APARTMENT BUILDINGA i|I The foicgolng general liu: apace' I this 1.1111.1' I4, :
I lion more or less prevails, I __ -_ 1:'\ Us For 4!
I!I throughout the Stale with minor
S GOOD INVESTMENT Jj'' exec( '>lIons, As an example, the I b; SPORTING GOODS, THE DURABLE AND LASTING XMAS GIFT -?r
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\ Daytona Beach Area[ 'Is now onl\ t TENNIS I RACKETS FOOTBALLS, GOLF BALLS, TENNIS BALLS, <*

"BUNGALOW" dt f 2j per cent sold with IlCIVall' ) TOY WAGONS, (All Mela!). TACKLE BOXES (Marbilt Wooden) ;*r
t I IfWO reservations for the height m 1')1\ SIDEWALK DIKES .''*
the season only 65 per" cent sold],
BED ROOMS, BATH, COMBINATION LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM "fau r wtih an expectancy of iO percent i 6. '( Q r0I i p.8. HOBBY HORSES LAWN MOWERS PULL TOYS JS
of total accommodations! ltd BICYCLES FOR THE FAMILY ft

WALKING DISTANCE available after the peak has been knj PING PONG SETS BASEBALL GLOVES ARCHERY SETS fa
KITCHEN: SCREENED FRONT AND BACK PORCHES. EASY -
passed ll p GLENN DE BERRY, Mgr /S
The Central Section of thr
TO SCHOOL AND STORES, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED if' State U looking for a bin season I ra

"!1j! but reports that space will be IDEAL SPORT SHOPS
available during the entire winttr -
"RIVERFRONT HOME" 8 : The Lower West Coast AreA.

embracing St. ,
SEVERAL BED ROOMS AND BATHS J| j I II I Tampa, Clearwater.Petersburg Sarasota{, +tae.t' Flaglt'l Avenue Stuart Florida Ii"n

I'' Biadenton and Ft Myers antie-l- ,Ar'rnrrJ ngcvAyrArncrrrtrswmA. ; ;;JI'7.tf./' (/', '::'-'ft:rerArnAeearSsA! srr.'r, ) .,?m9rsrw, Trncnp Ar r'Y srAatARJ .
pates a big season' but expects' to .hTWO'HORSESI '
I I have accommodations a\alliblc J, ., tu.ee joy la 'u o m 'a v.. as, -' e tu,
DEHON & SON Just law two home tni'dm Atl':,, ".; ( .; jfr.G'Jj,; ., N.r'AS'/e94o Y/A"1:..i'J"I C/A6'Y YIC"Ad'1,5'YO'IAt; JYCeYAL'Y,74:?t 4 f ua''soet1Pnr
THEODORE In some of the categotlcs listed ,! >> jjsldo
by aide In a field under a is,
| luring the entire fall, wlntl'l'and I df
REALTORS PHONE 81 gff! spilng I tree, facing In opposite!! direction t4o
EHON BLDG '
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awltdtlnr| flie off rich 1')11 "
The tourist season In most sections ,
other facet.p '
of the Slate stalled earlier M

vrp C a!r i4n' ?wrl (w s, !nti', a ce;) i w s pstfftf v' .) .w'rc (w wwc'sra' 'i this year than ever' before und( tho It human made mo feel: hopeful about AA
most sections' are repotting unusuAlly race 0 Q "+
good early season buM jS If horse can cooperate( why
I II I ness The period from Oct,.jo' can't,people) learn to cooperate? U illya

to January Is delightful In FlorIdA }f.i1) Maybe the countries of tho W
as veil as the' period froth i world March through Mar, and visitors E ''p
j-;
I IJ Maybe capital and labor can
II find type of accommodation -
can any
I some day I learn to aUI'Ilel11entnth JI' I
e a desired, during these periods other, l like'two horses. ,
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I Mies, Jm optimistic; maybe In
II With particular respect to
and II I availability of apartments Sx million years peoplo will b* as I '
Durable Lasting manyof
A I
C Choose the visitors come to t the State Intelligent{ as bOfSt'S.l !1 64d/

I i early and contract for this type n

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POPCORN POPPERS EVERYBODY COME. GET YOUR

101 LLYWOOD ELECTRIC BROILERS TOASTERS XMASTURKEYTURKEY Ii' Christmas Gift Suggestions

TEMP-A-SURE ICE CHESTS 20 x 16 x 14''/,

(The Ideal Ice Cheat for Small Apartment or Boat) j K 4 SCHICK SHAVERS PRESSURE COOKERS II

FLOOR LAMPS DRAWINGPLENTY i y ARBIN ELECTRIC ROOM HEATERS $j jM

(Indirect Lighting) i I G. E. & PROCTOR ELECTRIC IRONS SILVER SEAL IRONING PADS j&ty
BED 1 AMPS
ELECTRIC SILEX SEI.F.TJMING STOVE &
PI N. UP LAMPS OF LIVE TURKEYS
ELECTRIC HEATERS y ELECTRIC FANS All Sizes *MP t t'\

.ELECTRIClOT\ PLATES (Single and Double Units) I fr. FRESHER ZONES for Your Refrigerator J&fy r_ /

N-TONE DOOR CHIMES JENSEN TOWN HALL NEW tONE ELECTRIC DOOR CHIMES j|

PRESSURE COOKERSHICK W G. E. ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS jI j'

SHAVER RESTS G. E. LIGHT|| GLOBES r W AIRFLOW ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS (Tank type) $5 ;

SC PHILCO RADIOS 8:00: P.M.THURSDAY I V TABLE SIZE EMERSON RADIOS M '1

ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKERS W!' SINGLE AND DOUBLE SAMSON HOT PLATES Unit for hotels, Restaurants Or DEC. 19 I Ifr
Commercial ,
((4 unit capacity, 8 cups Soda Fountains) I | FLUORESCENT DESK LAMPS jjS


A deposit will hold any article I \$ Expert Electrical Contracting and Repairs & .
While They Last I
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CO. AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 126

Hutto Radio and Appliance |j! PHONE 308 DillON BUILDING 4 '

Jensen Beach 3I'I

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d ,rAUI'. I I1)' N"I1 THE STlAItr NEW. STl'\RT, Martin County, rlORlDt UltltSDlY" DEC 10, 1940

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I ..i.Ir---', !IIJ&III I sorrow p\!' sellrum ,n health !drink t th\'\' HIP throwIIIR t theirnionev I iimimiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiimni 'of Mrs.. Robert Clark Patterson

mind wouldhesitate losing their time. I Mr and Mrf ,
and perhaps they : away Jensen Beach News'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Lewis Gamble Warren ( ol'01(1)
LYRIC I 1 STUARTand In that first step Fei chinnrtei, sell-em1Uol l. happiness Slilpes, und George Gideon mo- and family spent 1'sl> IOn:,
RENT
Mt FOR Imps If the various anti-alcohol and souls SUoiiR drink is I I IU I red to sal: asota Friday to bring Worth with mem, a

; I What it Needs organizations: would step up their not only the devils way Into a Mi and Mrs W, H Munch 'Miss Verna Gamble home to

''I OFFICE ROOMIn t tiIIIR to stuff their teaching man but man's way to the devil of Charleston 8 C are announcing | s ppnd the Christmas holidays MATTIIEWS KLTIR:!

'Itl\ THEATRE ttHI.NM Til smiMILLSLM down the throats of the youngerkeneration He that adheres to strong drink the arrival of a daughter a\'it11 her patents, Mr and Mrs. Tallahassee Eiu, .I N '

and bring to them U open to all vices, for In his Carol Ann, born December 2nd Lewis Gamble thews ended 22 vent lJ,

f PROGRAM FOR :Ntui 1' bdon( in the hbki\! of real life examples of the scoui- drinking he becomes the opposite Mr and Mrs. Munch are former Miss Elizabeth Robertson entertained on the Florida Rail,,, ql II:I'
His nation has the drinking age of drink, It would do more I of modesty and civility and ,residents of Jensen Beach I the following ladles at slon this week o, II
''w THIS WEEK to stamp out the desire to drink the distraction of reason, He becomes to retire to his ,, Jref
Lyric Theatre 1 l.blt, taken so many young men Mr and Mrs T R Helller were bridge/ at Srvmonr Inn Tuesday hum $1
Show a wing man an example of the brewers agent the !
mil women within 1U\ fold shopping in West Palm Beach 'afternoon: Mn. E J, Ward, Mrs Commissioner ft I).I",
'I It -Jr: the evil associated with the habitual tavern benefactor, the beggar'scompanion Lake ''
H Alderman, Mrs Arnold City will
C suet
Today nine of ten cases tried Monday ""I i ias lit;
FRIDAY SATURDAY drinker and you will go fur the policeman Mis Lewis Gamble, Mis chairman oi th
!! Taube, ,
1. Bldg.See i hi lour courts for murder, rape.Ibbcry Mr and Mrs A. Maigaretls of '01m"I
:I i assault and reckless In erasing the desire from the tumble his larNlt'l'oe, his Adolph Hertel Mis, Seymour He has been II )m, ..". 611"
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I DEC-20.21 driving' are directly atrlbuted to mind of the young At even) sober. lilends sorrow, his neighbors Chicago have arrived to opcnd : Gideon, and Mis R S. Robertson, 1033 and twice bet 11tot
the winter at their new home on M
scoff and his shame.
own
chance show him drunkard In
Large Double Feature L. A Arbogast Mgr the deviltry ol alcohol. We han(I a Mr and Mrs Joe Kllng I honored I terms as chait mill
Riverside Drive .|
I the gutter the broken home, the In short, he. he becomes a tub ; Mrs
their CJiar-
for I grandmother
\but to lead the daily
FEATURE: NO 1 papers : sick mind, the pitiful home lid of swill, a thing below a beast Mr and Mrs. J. R Vaught of :
Its W1no\\,1I'C'kl. her 76th blrlhI
puiof that out youth are headed \ on I Fort Carolim hiicus "'
' I and a monster of a man I Virginia left Wednesday for their
:of |I Eliminate the beckoning advri last, week with
\ ''lur dlsetaer by their becoming I I day anniversary as the pulse II'' i ionizatlon I.
Using of the bars and clubs. Eliminate The youth of today who takes home! after spending the past 'oj
e .. dinner party Those attending
tt ...:...." diseased by the use of alcohol d In 16th <', oaC
two weeks of Mr, and
his as guests I
the fancy advertising in the glass in hand would do
II the young men and women I were Miss Victoria Rosky; Mr II was situated atop) ..
.'. today: could but realize the the papers and magazines and well) to consider what to throw Mis A A. Hendry and family and Mrs Harvey Wright, Mrs ''St, Johns River ,,ii i, I
will be ahead In tin PWI.V. 1 the glass: or his life Mr Vaught was stationed at I
SPECbLMATINEE! \
vou a step ''C.
!inloitiiniio' paths that lie ben"'r Mai'lun fctnski and Charles ; from loday'.I: .7 .
I I Camp Young during the war.Mr.
field of endeavor of keeping I Ihrurge -
b'ol11lnllllddlels to French
i ) them b\ \\'Inowlrc'kl. colony im"
I alcohol pei'hips t they would hesit from the young (.crt. hPIKI!; HICK ,, and Mis J, R Tibbels ol ,Ittrvenlnu thre "

t tall' on thai Hist chink Ii they I If young men or women rowel Johnny Mann Stuart Roil & Lexington(,\ Mass arrived Friday Miss onnli fccurcfclrom spent I only have all n"". ,

Mild see' thlt it I., not popular (realize that when they go 111\01\ > Gun Club president l bugged u and are located at Ocean Breezy (he vuikdul In West Palm :disappeared; bn ',
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:tl" cu!' nk. II I Vary\ could nee the n saloon and purchase' :1'1111": -"l'lk I (' bury Sunday, Park They' UK umlc _md Bum II;i ai'h UK guest of Miss Rosalie 1 itself has gom IOU'> RY
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WED. DEC 25th MARTIN COUNTY YOU ill


t/+" I\ :'f';". -'. Doer Open 2:45 P. M. STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESRice 61 L'

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S1 i'g, SHOW STARTS 3PM.
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CARTOON I And

APPLE ANDY" Motors :E I' : Shop TIRERECAPPING Meats Groceries Restaurant Service Station
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TUESDAYVt01SESDAY At I HORI1ED DEALER FOR And Frozen Foods
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HERBY'S"Its
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SERIALCHAPTER DEC 24 23Ie FORD NOVELTIES, GIFTS
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"SECRET AGENT X9" I LAY AND NITF JICYO EI FOR Me Pick Ip \nd DelhrrSTl Jensen Beach p1eI
WRECKER SERVICEUOin I p HIRE ',\KF I KF('AP S\IE| Open 7 Days A Week Quick Road 5 Service,
.. .:'n.LJ&%:) :2\) Headquarters Slu.rl N.... Pope For S.U 6 A, M. Till 9 P. M. I
REPAIRS J, R, rOMIROY: : Jr W.
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\ SATURDAY MORNINGDEC PHONE 9142 For Fishermen AI My R.ld.r.Br..y IIS Addition HitlniillokMSt PHONE 9131-J IIOMI( tOOHIU: I rool( ACROSS ROM 'TIIAII' 'NESS\

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HOME BUILDINGHIGBEE ,
tDEAL GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION Lance Brothers BE MORE
See CUAMOKOUS
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FREE SHOW for "
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of all\ kinds and FOR DULL CiP

THE KIDDIES WORTHAMGeneral Roof Repairing FOOD LIFELESS eA
ANDELECTRIC
HAIR ('
Pleasant! Atmosphere
Contracting General Delivery Stuart Friendly Service 'In..

Doc Or[>in 9:45 A M and Repairs 404 Colorado Ave., SERVICE MILE NORTH OP STUART Little.Beauty.

i It SHOW MARTS I 10 A MKIOON P, O Box 832 Parties of 5 to Stuart Phone 9141 F-si and Leave STUART PHONE 2ld Closed all day every I

i Phone 144.R escape Shop
Beach $2 W.1. I' 0 Bn.I I Monday J
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QJ SUNRAY SHUTTERS In _t 1 l" 1 manners, and his fiin-lo\iii', TIRE REPAIR. WASHING LAND CLFA::vINGGtADIN
AIiYlIN F.ro.l. fete-bin' big grin Ins riglitliooksuei
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BEAUTY SALON urged his three sons not to pick I'hun,. 0134 Jf.h..y, N. 1l O D '.31 ::1, W.r I
,' W C ARMOR P O BOX *4S PHONE COS ary fight, and likewise! not to
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rELIX BRESSART. RITZ rao // hit you fer th' first! one may Seawalls

ELIIABTN( PATTRi WINES CIGARS Hell he th' LAtiTpill all that Stuart
I \I s r vowed got into uhal yon I/Ct, an'
Dlreded sr CIGARETTES NEWS PAPERS Boat HousesAll I
;NKU) if MARL' FRANK DORAGE 5c TO $1.00 STORE do what you do IX, d urn fast! Modern t. ttage
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"The Dime Store On Sealtest Ice Cream Types Of
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SI N : AV MONDAY REPUBLIC The Corner"OSCAR tree, and never go ludgin' ConslructionIvan RENTAL, BY10',\FI VkFK OR

'The Place Where I II I fioiti fiissin1 no matter linu hllit' TaylorP. ALl. JOHNSON OwnorBESNCIT
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when right in his prime'! liter' do be some l1IE'nI ho refuse to think

dear, fer reasons no one could tondone; then ther be others who
LATEST FOX NEWSTHURSDAY SAVEMoney SULLIVAN'SFEED hav'lI iraiked gear stialght thinkin to them N iinknimn Results jensen Hdwe. Stuart TaxiSEKk'CE

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Year's SubscriptionAt cause''!"

KINDS OF FEED randpappt' would say of th' Nations, tli same as he sed of mean TRY THEM THEY
DEC 26 $3.00 Two D'C'ndabhCou'tevu
or TtRTILIZER INSECTICIDESAND men: If they' wontole ler peaceful relations. then its merely a Prcmpt ;

Two Big Features Years at $5,00 question of> "when'-'cause allY big bully can end It by pissin': bail' ARE MORE THAN : ,

and' elon't think that aunt defend it if
Farm Equipment words out our wa\- we APT TO HAVE IT.
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'"ANATOLI Of OKUNWAIO pnduni.n'; LEGAL SIZE 2nd and Akron

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wIA"tJU CONCRETE ITEMS WHOLESALE and RETAIL Get "Em" While They Groceries Cabinets! and" all small DRY CLEANING

\ SEE Seafood Last Courteous Service appliances Radios EXCLUSIVELY

,., I. L. DECKERDIXIE Bait For Sale Stuart Daily News Conveniently Located MARTIN COUNTY PHONE 58

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LATEST FOX NEWS CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT ROYAL PALM I LET US COMPLETEElectric and Refrigeration CONCRETE Available Immediate BLOCKS

Give Your Car or TruckA SERVICENo Delivery

P ;- Complete Check Up Job Too Large Or 8x8x 16reg.

DOORS OPEN Excellent Food r-- -yI 'r L.ocheo..u.'h EXPERIENCED ATTFNOANTS Too Small 8x8xl6de.8x8x16 .
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REGISTERS RING AS SCHOOL PLACED ON I ACCREDITED LIST j


YULE CROWDS BUY I

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-tuait merchant... i tdt,, I 1"1'1'|' d Ih,. ,II', d" 11('<\ ISOTICE TO OUR ADVERTISERS What Happened to Quarter Million

in I imas buying season MIK I th,. dill' "I t h, III-I "
II!!' It strong buying spirit "HI 111. Iximis:( <,If I tmiiih I IIKI'taxed IJI\\'JlI'int: and( pro
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lilli, which to buy and ,. P"1I1 I "' 11'"l1t.\' ,lucliHi i ) ('"nits ii liii! i in'i'en,-ed niiulation of this nen1'iipu .
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i!: counters during thi' inch HK 01 Januai>' 1 1047ontiictH ---. !

IB: period have returned to the STUART SCHOOL (' now current will remain in effect: until expiiHtinn Martin County's Cashier Garnered 73% of 1946 Tax Roll COUNTY BOARD

- ,:or. helves. The shops are gaHit \ dated, at( which time they will be renewed on Cash in One Month and Deposited It in 30 Different Johnwick Praises All

t' Yule decorations and an nu'leased baxUVillhei : Funds for Somebody Else to Spend What I Who Aided In

,:eik, .. are kept busy from open- CLOSING SET ;; shoes clothing, groceries ui any other Will He Do to Keep Busy Now ? TO TAKE ACTIONON AchievementThe

rx IC o closing time walling on tnmrnodit it selling\ at the same |"lice today as a year

tionCTS ,in> ,mers iir<>.X;;ewspaleIadt'ei'tieing, / ) \ has had, to follow null bttuuoi 1 II!>' EDV1NAMENNhNGEl:\ ;; ;; U I New Wai, 1UI7! will

R, ,ord breaking ChrIstmas FOR FRIDAYChristmas % ', in )plain language, it costs UII moie to, )piodute, The quiet little man in tin lust lefthand do lC/1'i at tht ROAD \WORK
HI.*., 'ess is expected between this nC'\\'IJIIH'I'' ) and( \\e III')'i, going to have to chaise con it) house is a Flol'lda boy who made trood at tin difficult educational system; of :Mai,

.iii,, ,md Christmas Eve. Nearly m<'u' foi the span'. In addition, inc are pointr, to do our task of collecting mont \\ithout, making an>'hod>' tin county, following wnnouiHiment -

R .4'i'. owntown, stores plan to stay) Programs, Parties l>csi I to, ]pl'od, IK i' H I l'ttei', ne'PIII'el'Y\ wee k. IU111', I I1U I name j Is Lacy Kick hInt'. and just to look, at him State Highway Improvements thIs week h\

"iipi''1 Saturday, Monday and To Be Staged By Stuart 1111111111111111111111111:1111111111111111111111111111.111: ( 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 P \ou! !. Mould. n('\'l'I'_f\ii .suspect: t tint, it c' banked, q\ii iii't'i'i ,ol /I II i To lie Pushed By Principal E F. Johnwlck thu:''
vice I J'I, >day evenings Students minion aoiiars in wovemoer 11 Officials Here I the local high school has bCI! i}
Hen are statements made by ,' was not his money .- it was given full and complete nctiti.
.1 umber of representative Slitii Students 01 the Stuart cltmcntaiy '- Eden Resident Takes 100% I ztoitey belonging to Martin ENTERS KING IN :Mai\tin (',ountv commissioners million by the Southern Committee -

,' business men Interviewed by I I school will enteitaln County and the State of FlorIda I led, yesterday to leave no stone on Colleges and Secondai

Th'' News today: parents and frIends with a'' Of Leghorn Prize AwardsAt primarily but Incidentally to a i nlmned to cooperate)> with the Schools.J. .
l&CAR KANAREK i StuaitDC Christmas story In song Friday lot of other. agencies whose officers FISH TOURNEY Slate Road dcpaitment In push- I Hooper Wise commlttc','

jartment Stole i : Business Is I II I inoi'ning at 10 o'clcx'k In the high scarcely know how the li rig forward Improvements on chairman reported that the

igr.p I 'h better this year than last. school gymnasium. Under dlicctlon New York Poultry Show money they spend gets into the the Federal highways and state school has been placed on Hi

lanufacturers have put a great of Mrs Ivyl PII'tlc and bank in the first place. I 30.Pound King Mackerel arteries In this county.' the accredited list following ,1

p ii''i i mole merchandise In clrtlon I Mrs. Hazel Orman. assisted by -- I This is a tale of what Lacy Landed Saturday by The renewed\ action followedu general meeting in Memphi
I: ,: since expiration I of: OPA, I Mrs. Erwin I Johnwick, the program Dl E L Dennis I 77 Eden ment Armory In New York. Kicklller does with the moneyI New Yorker lepnit fey Road Supt. A. A Dec. 13. "This means that Hiciuullty '

the merchants have more I Is as followsTrumpeteis : w.le\ollt\( who, Is known as "Ameiica This is moro than I expected I that rolls Into his coffers when endry of the meeting In St of Instruction of flU''
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,.H .ty to offer. Many scarce or : Luillne Green, 's Master Poultry Bicedei" and the highest I have the new lax roll opens In November I Dave Migcoff ol Liwiinu. Augustine at which East Coastm'epi'esrntalivems school equals that of any ut tln,",
111''u-to unavailable items arehi I Marcia McPherson I tinned Tuesday I runt New cvei made" he told The News To prove that paying tuxes,,; long Island, N. Y. llshliiK hum( admitted a de- school In this group," Jolinwirk

"i .. on the shelves" Saxiphone Quurutte Janice York with a grand sweep of the'16th "You can bet I was proud to go the first month Is profitable to the boat Spiuy with Capt. Ray ('.ease In tOIlI'lsl business East said today and that certain i iqulrcmcnts rl

I'' L WIILIAMS, i Stuart Dnul Aibouast, Joan Combs, Emily Annual New York Poultry hunt this small community up the taxpayer as well as the \oiing last Saturday Kndccl: u3J Florida while central and West and standards In I

I l I' I. "We have more mcindisc '-I'I'I Morrison, Dorothy Clonls JSliow prizes to' New. York and steal the show" County the lirst thing to note Is : -pound klim mackntl, will:'hhi )Florida are chalking up notice- been met and must be malnti I,,

I I and volume of sales Is'' Processional: "0 Come, All Ye He literally took IOU per cei.t. ol said 'the Leghorn Klnij of "Put' I the 4 per cent discount ciikud In the cumnt fctnuit, able gains Ilendry said the group cd to retain the rating"

Jp all: ,dedly up. There Is a good Faithful." the prizes with Leghoins fiom Ameiica" claimed by those,,; who paid In Sailfish Club Touinamcnt was icductant to admit "a bad Although the new pilnclpul i u
, bl ing spIrit. The varIety of I The Shepherds Story In Sung(I: his flock raised: dl illS home on The new trophies will rest November amounted this year to I Also fishing( un, the sanu day uputntlon In the North for pilceiuglii being accorded high prai.si Sin/

in'rchindise available Is iccrcat-i "It Came Upon the Midnight the Indian River Just north of I I alongside some 79 silver cups,I$J.770.24 which Is a lot of moneyto Tlfocluu J. Schwu/ of New (, {(" -- as emphasized by his suceess, In having the school

''ii the old shopping trend on I Clear" (itch grade) i the Martha county line winning I 1.QUO) ribbons and other awards save. But aftei Klcklltcr had York caught 17 fool 1 inch)( sail Stuart Representative Marvin returned to the honor list

'in' part of buyers not In evlIj. "While Shepherds Watched i "grand champion over all I the Eden man has b>'en accorded I allowed this dlsrount, \\v still f1 Mi. from Walter Johns cniisc i iWOMANS Rowel) .- and urged: all coun- after thiee years of only a stl1 to-
1 the Their Flocks," (12nd grade, : breeds In the entire show both I 11 had $234,497.08 in cash autO he -- --- tlc ti. unite iheii efforts in get- accredited rating-he emphasis
years"
ice during war '
' B B MCLAUGHLIN Johnis Mrs Jones) male and female" three silver Walking off with entire shows proceeded to divide It. : ''I g the S ate Road department c-d that It was not actoinplishio,

0. Sc to $1 Stole' :: "The shop- "O Little Town of Bethlehem" cups) a gold medal for the best Is only part of his activity He Martin County's general fund \ CLUB i I" constiucl a highway to equal) o\ernlght or during the few
'/ this la more ((3rd giaciei'. I display, and "breed champion sold over 3.000 chickens at OOc pot $2018002 and out ol this i ho. better toads in other parts nonlhs of his stay here Sup\
liberal Jig spirit than in the year past: aII Choral: Grades 1, 2, 3, Luke While Leghorn of the show." I p pound from his flock this year the general run of the county's ''I'f r the stateRightsofway. Roscoe Rollins, the school boait, '

I mgh! it Is for smaller-priced 2:8-14.: Dr Dennlsons sweep) was the -and regularly gets 80c a dozen bIlls must be paid HAS YULE PARTY I to be luinlshicc the county' board many clvi'

. "I'"ms but the buying liberality "Away In a Manger, (1st greatest In New York Poultry for eggs. The coujity Fine & Foilcltuie I > bv the counties have delayed.suite agencies and many individual
grade) Show exhibition annals I -- action, It was>> icpoited In the county have contl'll>,utc'l
crcomes this so that the re- Fund sot $1809 07 and out of
"O. Conic Little Children) ," ((1st In addition to the awards listed PALMCITY LAND comes Also I IIw Increased price of labor to the raising of our .d10J''
this the of law
'It Is that we are showing a SAVED FOR PARKAn pot expense {'out' IHW mcmbcis a'(it'<' ucrcplcd .
Grade). above he won a special prize enforcement. lor such rlghtIfway, surveys standards, he said, and Ih
oeral increase over last year'sInlaineas. silent Night" <3id and 4th birds in the I Into the Worn in'.s club factors Involved could no'
v.. tar the best of big offer puichase county- has exceeded in many Instances n'any
grades' show and for the best display. Palm waterfront lots The county road and bridge yesterday ifternoon at the Dc- 'the amount allowed for such be told In u few words" Th
owned
HARRY HUTTO .iStuart appll- 'ilen. I I City fund got the biggest slice of cash I cimber meeting, In the beautifully -
The Wise Story In Song: Walking off with all six first was rejected by the board of work by the State. Board mem- educator also pointed out I liii
dealer I : "Business Is good- -$29,855.76 for the county's part I decorated club house.
nee Choral: Grades 456. Mat- 1)1 izes. he garnered In addition commissioners yesterday on the They bers Instructed the supeilntcnd- he had never .s /ut In line are still held and $1,049.46 for the of Stuart Blanche Sloeum, Mrs. ,
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thew 2: I the complete series of 1st to giound that the land should be II ont and the county attorney
J ip by shortages In much essen- Three :' (4th grade i I. hens s poitlon Bert Smith Mrs. Elizabeth R.I Ject and so cooperative] .VHsihool '
"We Kings ( awards on cocks cockerels, reserved for future park pur- I Evans:: Crury to use every meansto I
hal merchandise for which thereis "The First Noel" ((5th grade I and pullets, and the entire Is to poses, but the commission grant- The motheis pension fund hita I Fowler, and Mrs. Anne W'ighl- get the survey work done and finals In the belle' 'men
a strong but unfulfilled demand in the All." old low mark of $149.53 in the dIstrIbution nan Members voted to 1I1COI'I -' I ,, ,, / ,,,
There s A Song third awards seiies on pens ed L. J. Murphy adjoining landowner I ti'ittaUvelyagreed to budget the (1,1 I "'i" l'tI' .' "
This scarcity is most noticeable I porate library membcishlp into .... .
((2nd grade Mrs. Lowery'I. rnd young pens. who made the offer, the neeaea. aaaiuonai money 10 d_ ___._ ___
In the larger essential All: "Hark, the Herald Angels After practicing medicine In right for use of the property until Martin County publicity fund, I the regular club membership, Increasing make up such prohIbitive de-I
appliances Business is good"- Sing," I Chicago for 54 years Dr. Dennison It Is publicly utilized which aids the Chamber of Commerce i annual dues $1,00 a felts: of the State for such TRIOATTENDS '

. if we have what they want Recessional: "Joy to the retired a year ago last October I and enables the county to jeer I Condemnation of the wOI'k'l
HERBERT BRUNER (Brul1'1" \- \\orld" making The Garden of I IIOLD-< A1RI'OKT! AM) distribute literature about the Mrs. H M Klelfeld program land will be pushed to bt

'. Pharmacy' : We find an Friday afternoon Christmas Eden his permanent home. He The county commlslon went resources and attractions of this I chairman. presented Miss Sara nti&fdctory title 1 for the State' I ROAD SESSION

(Cm/il/w'd/ / ''III piagi/ I"'u. I paities will be held.In each room built It as a winter residence in on record Wednesday not to sell area received $1,943.83. I Rollins In two piano solos and It was decided I

. ------ which the students nave oecorai 1' 17. and has been bleeding and any lots adjacent to the airportat. The county agricultural( fund Mrs. Garland Edcnfldd who The commissioner authorized I

VICTORIN ed and gifts will be exchanged. exhibiting poultry as a hobby the present time rejectinga which makes possible the farm : sang: God Bless This Home and signing of deeds according toformei Communities Asked to Plug

STUART PTA Room mothers and teacher lor more than 40 years. purchase offer. agent and the home demonstra-I "WhIte Christmas" She was accompanied agreements\ for purchase I Tourist U.eof

I have arranged the affairs His Leghorns\ the "Oakdale Ut'NTYIR.tItl) TO ton; agent got $2,090.52. by Mis B. D. Fulton. of Port Sewall lots to be held forU'icige
I The relief fund which His Peter i Steclman lead an 1mpiessive U.SNo.l
. Farm Strain came from the poor approach purposes. The I
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FIRST GAME i STUART TO BE: HOST seems unnecessarily flush In paper on "Christmas In
1 original flock of Di D W. Young board will hold Its deal includes purchase I of lots I
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I AT IRC TOURNAMENT White House, V. 3., the pioneer I next meeting county on Tuesday Dec. times like these got $276024 I the American Home" pointingout 1. 2 and 3 in Point St. Lucie : Rep] Marvin Row ell. A. A. tIe,

host to the Indian Leghorn flock In America, The hospital fund which per- various customs of Christi from James Steele and Raymond dIg. county supeiintendcnt '
Stuart will be ,
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OF NET SEASONDefeat River Conference basketball brought by his grandfather front Jan 1, New Years Day mits the county to make a sub i mas and what they mean to our\ Decker I loads. and H B. Kiaft, manageof I
i stantial contribution toward the homes After singing Chilstmascarols I 'I the Chamber of Commer"
tournament Feb. 21 and 22. Spain. Until his death, Dr. -- -- I T. T. Oughteison presented a
i Principal Erwin Johnwick and Young was considered the greatest HOT.tin MONT: I\FELT cost of operating the Martin the group welcomed Santa solution. requesting the zoningof I attended the East Coast Higi

Belle Glade 32 to 29 Coach Charles Kindred extended breeder in America, positionnow Stuart Rotary Club will skip County Hospital received $2- I Claus, in the person of Mis Banner Lake Hobe Sound, ', way association meeting at" I

in Hard-Fought the Invitation last week at a con- accorded Dr. Dennison, the next two Wednesday meet- 09052 I Stanley Kltchlng who dlstilbutecl colored amen which I move had Augustine Monday I
Struggle I ference in Veio Beach Teams The show was held Dec. 11 ings on Christmas and New The airport fund out of which gifts from the Christmas tree been Inaugurated; by a group of I I As a result of the session. 'I'I i

from Okeechobee Cocoa Melbourne through Dec. 15 at the 9th Regl- \'ear's Day. payments are made to finish The hostesses, Mis Kleifeld It >be Sound cltl/ens A public I I East Coast communities from
Stuart Tigers basketball squad ,I Vero Beach, Tltusvllle ------ --- - --- ocquiiing ownership: of the area I Mrs. H H Thayer Mrs. A. R. hi' n'ing will be called to discuss I Fernundlna to Key West *lll of

opened the 1946-47 season here I and Stuart will\ play in the series Victorious Vets To I south of Stuart where the I Cionts, and Mis Sleelman, served the proposed) ordinance, a copy asked to cooperate In a protein\ ,
lost night by defeating Belle I County Witham Field airport was con- coffee and Chilstmas cakes from ol whiih is published in full in,I t" Improve U. S. No, 1 and i I''

Glade 32 to 29 In a hard-fought (uiitlniiitl,/ on Pay !9)) I u lace-covered lea table. I ( it/ mu ,/ o,' jii/ ,' I'cg,!!, ) crease tourist traffic on 'hi.
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NOW grid vets victoilousthiough eight straight games "'''- '
teams, county .
Ihc ..t uwk. .. ..
man .. for 1'' .p..rt'
Howard was high-point this season will play re-oiganized Okeechobee City aggtegatlon j; J"h.. Mn"... I h. Wfiilhur Ol, ),
for Stuart. while McDonald carried known as the Everglades AII-Stars-at 8:30 o'clock tomonow night \ Clly, Hull ,hI..t. I "

off similar honors for Belle ,I METERS TESTIFY on the high school field JJ SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" Trmper.lur..:, Ke.:It LMi
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close both lucre and therein m '.
\jiauc nioHa Tim mme was 'l'he local veteians defeated Okeechobee ; I I''.,. I' s-i 6' .
running: -Sl l Itito Belle Glade two of the haidest fought games of the season and anticipate I''.,'. II so "
In Next Week's Issue of I'... .
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H at the half, and staying with- I' 19% Increase an even scrappier contest Friday night as the Glades boys will re- s I p1,('. 10, 71I" \ in 4
to final Connections This Year strengthen the weak spots of the ",. 17 71'ml
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in a two-point margin up I turn with additional players \: ,.. I 10 o 5 .
mihutes of play Over Last cattlemen eleven L THE STUART NEWS l 1',,'. It INCHES IN RAINFA1L
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Coach Kindred said: The With a self.-liquidating recreation )pioject, Martin counly'scXlcl'vlcl'men In HIHC I
basektball I prospects look good" Electric meters one of the I \ have contributed much to the entertainment of TO YOUR FRIENDS. AND CUSTOMERS I r, .

The squad Is composed of 18 I most reliable guides for community I home folks and vhitois! Although the football season officially $ir Our issue of next week will appear two days early on Tuesday, --- '

boys-td Howard, Lamar howard growth point to Stuart I I ended with the Thanksgiving fray. the veterans will continue to Dec. 24 the day before Christmas in order to enable you to \f THE TIDES .4:
Wells, and Martin county progress department In the athletic pro- ,t .
Jim Conrad, Willard\ | of the cocpciatc with the city recreation( extend a "Merry Christmas" message on Christmas Lve
manager ,
Law
I John M.
Kramer (!
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Roberts, Emerson ,
Dick \ Stuart office of the Florida gram.I school band Is on the schedule, Or- Advertiser, asked to please. to Friday' and <,
Robert Greene, Barney O Stecn I I today | A benefit game for the Mil are get copy us H''Mh .. I..w ....t. r... tit. j, '
Lloyd Campbell, 13111 Leach. PocOuarlne. I I power & Light Co., reported in uanl/illon of a (town basketball team not confined to veterans- Saturday of this week, or by Monday at the latest Tin dead- [II II 1..lft':. ru., ....k. ."" 1I..em,' \;
1061 mclcis were and Coach Forest Ferguson IIto"d.' ""' li
Jim Pettit, Jimmy IJow- that 1946, as h lis being organl/.cd. Coach Harris Lowery :'\ line also applies to new copy for next week's paper. .. C u, 'hw.II'. rolnt odd I ho,,,. t:
McElfrcsh Frank : operation In November I who pushed over the winning 113 points for the home team- .Inooi., ., fr huh and. burp 61 mln"I"u
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len Jerry to 1 1.667 In the same for the season -- today exmessed -
Arthur compared, I unsco.ed. on record Phone Stuart 300 w. ,
Hertcl maintain an '
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Matheson, A I This repre- to trainer "J, h.,. .
served
month last year. John Mann who has as -':. PM Cii[
and Donnie Bowden praise of Manager us.<. 2n sise. 5u<1 hiss 1 itoi I
Henry I gain of 302 customers or I of occretary-treasurer' foi the vets athletic ,I.... 21 sos tlt4a
from last tents a with the duties : je ... \t"i
Some letteimen along &'I : "S- II 1> U tss ,.IU hips is"; "
I 19 cent ,. 'b r.{: :..... L'n. 55 1,47 ,,
and Dick per '* suo is I '
back, organization \ I
years squad are Ed I November use of electricity the whistle blows at 8:30: p m, tomorrow night at .f; ::J ...- -.. ,,, ', ph ,: 54 i,54: : 'las is': I
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Roberts Jim Conrad, and the DOll': forget pa. M5 est sis 1 lime as.
cent BahIn ., ,
All-Con-i showed a 10 per field 11. U "n sac sus';I so,
Howard look like sure | Long
stuart area
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llimMIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIimiimilll'IIIIMII tIlts 111511515 11515 III IllIllIllItIll 111115 15111 I fJ'Trn FIE cUt LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,",",,,,. ,,,..." ., ,", ,
l urn-1 t ;XClI.1l I 1",01. "' IRTICLU
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) FOR SALEJiiiiiiimiiiiiiii.i.iiiiiiiiiiiimiimmii LOST & FOUNDlIllllIlIlltI'lllIl I ---------- --- ; I.UI. """ ,
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Stuart Department was NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER ,' ,'hl..h ,. ",.. 10., .
"Ml"" '!' iiniilllllll" "I ''h. ,, ,
; ( Hlled this morning in the midst FICTITIOUS NAME I 1"111" 10 I '

,..11 I. .",......., I ", \1'\ \ NOT.HI.; IS HrXKKMY GIVEN; thai' 'Ihe,111lorInn.I ,Iffil'V.1: "
\I I '" ol f ruin to out !
,, ,. ,,, ,,,, MUSIC MEETINGOF I a pouring put a i uii.l.' ', I hi' initlahn., if .1', ,
1<, ,, ,' \\ :: : :: Hi' luunty. H.. !
,' l.awi of rluilda, AI. ofIV4I rldu
.. iiI iiic in the garage apartment at ( hopi.i dUStS. "
I 1)115.) ." .. r. ..uh I" _.
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I will ""1.',, .. lih' Ihi dirk or IhiInuli 1,1 ,

""I< \I ,. ,d. IWI 11101. ..,..10'10' ,. "" ,,10 niiiiiHimimmiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiNOTICES I I the rear of George McQee's resi (' ('unit. I In nno fi.,. Marlin, I CountyHutLin ..,,,,.. IU.

I ." ",,,, .'"r "' ......1 .." I dunce at fifth and Camden The 1101 n''re" i ti' of 'pro"f of i,ubllc*. ,!:;ONI: \\r\M' ,
CA3SHUfill l f m[ 1'"" ,i (" I.., ,,,,,. .",.. I.I I. .. SCHOOL KIDS lion nf 'Ihi. nnllce.. Ihi fltlltooasr.' lM( :
\I I" 1 n< \ ".. ""," : Hie was caused old wiring I t..,"
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I II\ "., 11111111111111111111111I'11I111111111111:11 I \vhlrli: ; had \ There was STUART NOTE) RESTAURANT I ,, I \ I, \ .Nt,.
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engage .
I I ''I l; : MlM l I .::I. I \,! :::: :,,:.I :iI; N,. ,. ., ..,. "I'' 'I, i:o) damage having mv plicii'.l' ,, I place of bunlneia. .I InMuarl 12, IB I Ill,,, I

I. ,,. '. I ., I""u,'. I''." '' I Largest Crowd of Seasoi' '. Myths, toothy, I ", Ihepnrlv LEGAL ,;,,tionfounti.>

"" J'' I I' II. II"* l 41.1511._ IIJ '" I' Jams Auditorium of ? i Inn'n.ted In aalri 1.'I..I.I"I .. I I. ADVEiSFIIN .,

HIllIllIlIlIll III II III I) piiiiii'iI: I 1111'' J '''ill< ,.AI.II I-. : I', ', n'."." I..."t ..hh, : NOTICE I Civic Club ) 'I MHH.1 ht r.arrnse I I.. IIUKNKIIlK,thy. ,.of.,..".,.,,o'lal..d. Fh luts. NOTICE OF APPDLFCATON, FOR ,j jwT

APARTMENTS FOR RENT'I I ,' ":.:':I: :',,,';I i< :' I:"':"il'.:''' E twtI .iI 'y. : BELLEAIR HOTEL SELLS In ..10 bu.lnra., '"
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/.,.. %l. I S. I.I' I.. Christmas i is coming and with The largest crowd of the PTA. tI FOR HALF MILLION Pec Ill, '0. JI"KTilFl.. IUnN1E. 'nSBS' (.o"J' Ml Pal'
uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinnitiiiiiiiiiiMiiATLlYIir$ I -' ''' '' I' ; '
(it t tots of shopping to be done. \enr estimated at more that, l.g .ertlricnl. h fll :|; : ; I

I 011< ll.l'. : J J' .1' ,:, ,I 1'.lh., ."... SI ,. leave the Kiddie Isaac AD\EHTIWHBNT f.i a .> deed. i, l I. ,. .., f -alnln
I' 'I..11.5' ", .' \, h.'S. M..k"' '"." ",' Why not 400 filled all seats and took uj .t St Petersburg, ( ShINS) Sol of ..rlf..,. "."'h" ",,01 .,", 'o" ,

'II,... ., ", ... 1. At the Day Nursery where r ) I .,." ,."" "I Iinalctmlnlstrl
'" ._ ___ ill standing room Tuesday nlKhi i 111 luxurious Bellevlew-Blltmore IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ''h. '''1' .1'

.. ..,, ,,.,,,,..... will be well cared for ." COUNTY FLORIDA. "nmp. In .hlh I "". ,
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I I ''I'1 I'. : III'., I. lI they a*, the PTA presented a achoo I. Hotel nt to a syndicate MARTI 1.11., .. I '"
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"."Ii I I 10 ,1 I "" will be free from l'pllflcal" N" rfSII'el
,, and you iiislrnl) at the CivilCentei il 5 Ii "Al.Llh, A. I or. J lir
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"'- .., 1<," IIRSSI. I t" .. Stsil, 'll I II J.", program V.. bush1PII men was J'RARV.rialntlff' l \ sorr5..".",." .l..Il I ..
whether shopping f
m r rr l111 I IJH' worry you are '. .,, \J' I ,Kiuneod lust Saturday by E .. > Oiaciliitin. .f I'r.y.ri,

;:' !: ,II.. I .,.1 I II working or at a parI)'. ( IIARIFR .\. I 'I'rsnt to. PAI.M 1'1 I signed t t'ver '
j. i 1RAfV.
If" Wright >
I.I" owner
I I Ie % the i
High point of sex&ion was'I 1 .Iolnl'r lIon I 5. llls
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P'H ,
: : 9 P l "00''" "' .1 '. "" Week I 8.,
; Hour. Day H Si
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\ ., '. 1 .,,, I H< I ,. ", ,....II A.' onnounced' U\ Principal Erwl'l :I l suli pl'lel was "In excess of ORDER OF PUBLICATION rttnlIiii, ,I'. ", ,
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WI m I ,; ,"''I'' '", I' Infancy to Six years. Stuart MOtioo) ." Wright said The new I TO TIlE 1.1.nNOAN'f.: : IIAHIFR A. ,. la "hlrh ,.... ,.,..I WO, I ., lallrl *
.1 l m mJ.'rl1.n i if .. ._ _. Johnwlck! Dial high A' MiCHAHYIKK' I (;NNSU.VAMAllini i 1

... < ,., Phone have I *ii hen; by ordered; lo Pt.prsrsn All of .aid. |I'll., tIP Sec>
_..... I <''IIU I li "n" I i..p.' PI.'I 1.51' school has been placed back orUo / i 111' aiinndy begun a "
.. I defend .the nlevrr,,Itl 1.01 Coinily of Hint.,. ,
for ill.x.ire i '
l.l,, ,. ''n. IllP I'x'" thr ih t .l I lar'n. f I KSlcl 1
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,, ,II" h "II "lt li,,,"' ''ni','M.l I) r"iti ,. MRS. J. R. POMEROY, JR. I accredited list This news L. [ *r ooooo piocnin' of rfnovaUng.1tIl'orllnp' .. elthei 1.11), or .ul your A.. I'nlcM, .', ,t.,, ",, ,, "I rial .>

.1,. .1 I I...",.., i 1",1, 11,",. ""h I f...,r IN."I. 11 O-J. Box 684. 1 Is covered in another story In I ( and refurnishing. torn) on or ". 22nd dny. of .hol, be .d..m.oI i"" ","i,",", "\ > Flotn
JillIIIV,, III- nnd 'In the ox rill foil! 1'1''ly .1 I '
,,,,,,,,,. ,II", ",, S 10.I, :l. I I. ) you opo.l. '" t 1 ''f.. madre
COtRtPVRTMCSTS ffl'i"'i'' ."""'. ItlS.l.siI, A18liT 1>.." i :. ii today issue.I lieu'in : KII'I I Ablot. who has owned d. ao. .'irh .,,1 will lie 'lak.n aa "n.I 0, I,, .. /,iMilder ,,, I" .ilrh, i

...'. '" ",,, It"In. .."" ,...... ..1.... I LI'c and I I..d I by you It .I. further arI.erIthut M the ,,?,., |h". ", }hei I
.\ '" '. \\II.J.I ( AKh I "H'I )"," ",,' "., hi I Memberof/ the Rhythn' operated manv famous re- 'his Clidir be piilillih.d, once a wei'kNiw. fliil M on,lay I In, mi.ill, "
", : 1 1I\ ---- 111.lO. I.""' 1'",,, '" u""h. .. "' Lloyd Ho'i In, pnblishri! ) of the will manage 5 the hot eh He r., f,.,,yl.l.trll'lot. w.k. ''n 'Ito' Stosrl 1,17. wIlcI, I. 'lb.. sIM ,, ", k cm

STUAKT PIORIDA '-'I'' \11 ''";T, II"- ,.".i',,,,. .i, "k" ... .. M,. 'A",I'I', 1'" '. Band elementary students froi i 1 Callah News 'meldSpresident .nts. ., ncwinniier, ,lhl.h.d, In BluartMailln .UY.IU7. I ns ,)1 l lIflSi

4 WHIN/ AVAILABLE II" 'I", '.l.l.II ,r I... 01"1, I'o.IITII't. I .melt's one through three sang wa. I has set the op"nlnp date as of I County' 5. "', 1'.0' Fifth. 'I I h" 'arge
". r in ..lt. .1 I II..u.ckeilnc, ,, | of the Florida Put-. 10. IO\K *id, OKIlhHrl' ; ) ,nl, Sluail.'. FlnrIII. 1" .I ) SIT:
: 0 I,,,.,. ,,, e '"ld..1.. 'I.lit(5 .."" ,.. Christmas carols accompanied Jinuaiy: 'Ihli 17th .
\ ,." ,,, ,, H.II '.Al I I t "'" .1" .1. I,, ,' I;, ..,I ,'''''' the annual dny of lleremkei". |554,1 Circuit Conn I $.'ei"
,. ,. Association at convention ----- J. II. : 'am' 11
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W. T. FACETllllllHIIIIIIIHIIIIUMtllimillHMIIIUlUII I I" "' by held in Miitmfi ircrntlyOlhem \>. Clirk of the ( I, mil, C"il, M.rit. Clk nr Clrruit, ,.,,, i i f" 'I sos ulheasiI
110. '" ." The youngsters were galls' I '''inly. Hnrl.liDC IInrils. ,. ( "
rI.LEPHO"E: '.I..I'ri ---- ----- --- ---' ;;::111-T.: I I'lftl. piano officers elected : II, !.. Klin anl, I .Ian,. 2. H. 14. I
\\ItHI\I\I\ white. I
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.1 I ,, ,',,I oJ'" "'I. .1' \ .l..I.' '' ... ,.. Fianklin Fitzgerald, Observe) and J'' ,
.. I;",. t U.S.I, I,, 'l.I", 1..1 I 1 QUOTE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTI I'l'

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FOR SALE :...... .I.: __ ___ : 1..1. ,..., ,. i irom the fourth through the I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER pS
H.II.t.. -.h..,,. .. ,..... I I'.. !. Loyal FI'llble. Democrat I I FICTI1IOUS NAMENot.tCy,1 OF INTFNTION, KNOTKK lEU r'! oeiW

11111111111111111111 1111I11 II 11I1I"mllIl11J1! I .. I""... ,, "h '....., ,;t., I MXth grade sang carols and the Bar tow second vice prfsldlnt : m HHdvllV (,lvi-\ bet thiI LAND ( I ," I'' I' STlIl\r I I" '" .l'l's' "1 1II school band and hit' h 1 I think I'd better '"'I'. ,I"rely",.."I ,sl ', ''h., ,it "I I M"'CTN' ('UI'S11'' I '
,' .", .." .. I ,,, ,.. ,,,,' '" high Russell Kay. Florida now give up ... .no.l"a. trOll'l '10men
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''H' \I.f- U..i' .,,, ,,.. .I'll." ,,1 I n'.."'". ,," .1..,,,, ,' I,. ., ., h, school mixed chorus gave Chilsi- Tampa WOK J1spapfl'NwM. ser( Ko'f'! '-.Yaf/taiuil/ I'tcktrtew I I ..I. )1541.I n.. inr with .lh,<.1''I..'rk Art'of l 1M HrKrMill "t"I'v. i

''j' I" NOJ.,... t'V"'j., ,,' k. ,.III I ." ",.." ,' "., selection Bobeita Ntlnev.hIgh rpfll'rt(1 O'si't/ villas I "tin. (' .1('"U"l. I In, nnd I fii. I' I I., Hi.I |.", 1,1.1, I
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Illllimilllllllllllllllllllllillllimlllllll$ )! II '" lil. I,.""' I. '''A' "," '" school !senior sang 611e.it ."f ,. ,r I I 11.I n ir' ('linptir 1 .
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I I ''I 1< '.11.1 'l''l .01.i.,,,, illll.,, ,,.. ,.", k.. klI, I ".."." .'l-, ,.. '"."." V. 'I,1I ( .. Dlioctors appointed by piesl- I ... 11.11." ,'0'" I, : Act.. if .. 171', ,,,j I. 'I I. Bncinbe.

Wt' Have, Plenty of ,,,,,, I""" ", ,,. .j, ....." ". ",",, It. Mght dent Herrln for the coming 'It's of i I..HI ni"AKWAY I.IIPHIH: iimlet' xxhl.h. I (hnit.r,", 'UI.'';. .. .,,.., ..r I'' 1 i til
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That Good Grove :"' 'I' ,:I : ; ''' '' ----- -- band Inltl'ue1101. a cle. lol'od career I\ xx.. I..". engnyi..5' I .... t IU41 the ,nil" ,, ..1, .
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I I .."., 'IC, I' I' II' yo 1 I\\ "hI.I. II aie: 1lu.| n family tll. Hullyutiodiniixl'f I ,u.,''d. I thin' sortie' r'stnl' i VAKTIN C',>unl,I. ,,, \
".." ,, ,.,,', ,," M.t I. H' "; advance notice thai I., ,,,. .. .. 110.1: 1,, nl1alnti
WILSON TOOMER I "ItU .".. ." st,. tr"". "" ..I,.,.., ..' I" ." I ,. nave Edwin A. Menr.liiRer Ncw trpluiindon, of the trparatian roes" 1.1.. Th.. ..it,. 5 ", ..,,, ;
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Herald Sit' I. Plo ilaDt '
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FERTILIZER stuart
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See Us for ,,,,. ."", '. ',," '01'' ... ...,,,.,,,, ,,,, ,r District News Homestead NOTICE p
I Fertilizer ,, ,. ,",1 1.1. ...'" "I." ." "I. A" 5 II, I' h. 'I" 01 in' practicing on worn-ou1 I I. 0 ii., ,,, "I I t'tatIeiIilot'
I ,",.. I 1,1. h.." U"'h', I II I '111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11111111SERVIClS : Fred Oil. Western NWspapcr CHURCH NOTICE OF INTENTION" TO I.,'. ,, r. I". .. I '
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RALPH ULMER MOTORS I ''''ii "Al I'. 11"\ '"".,,." ".."I." ,I. ." :: OFFEREDiiiimmiimmiiMHiimiiiimiiiiiiMHi weie served Urrtnn Ocala : A. P. Cooke. IK UrKHlY ..N llu 1..k 5 Lo,. a I... I I I j"I I ",

Phone 9141 ,. "" I.., ,,'10. ''',,' \ Com'lei'. Plant CIty Marl Hold- DIRECTORY 'II.1 SITI.I "I ..d'r th' .1" .'ht .r :2 t!. 20 ',',''.'i.it ". a elpaiuylnk
Next P 1 A session will be on I .n ..1 I I I" 31I"i .
'''' '' ''''' '" '' : "" 2",1., I.. "r Ails 3 Ill h I I
Dixie Stuart I : : ,,,,,\ :,:, : ;. ,, ; Tiibune Cocoa : 11I 1" .. .1..1". U. in 5 o. ju. ,
Old I'I HI I I'' I 1.10'1\1\i I I I 11.-' ". 21. with Afchei Fiank Statrfeildv : lmln. R .. 1D4I xxIII ngi.liilh "hh l .IS ('I..k. I "r "t "" t fxanslnen.
I l.I' I "., 'I' \, _. I ": Jai I I Bent ji Newt New SmYI'naEnrh I ,. ('I I',cull dirt, i and, fo, Mmlln, 511 n 'to 511 In," II 'I.
I : :; : : ; : I:' ., Diieitoi and Rose '<' FIRT BAPTIST U.uity, rlorida I up,",n, rii.il Ill! uf proif .,,,0 10.lu.k I. I"., I !

111111 11111111" ;'I' riiiinittimiiiiii': .: .". \ : Hi utdock. ol the Be P,, : Eugene S Matt hows. |11'. IIS' Akron, Annu. I I of pul.:llirniio: ,, if .thin ,In.tl.e. : Ihi-flitltinu. "I,I 22. n i li. .'7 ,",. thi.
pn.vldeut Itch' Puto.S""d. I 4 I In. ... lilt, k .h I. ,
\t \ 1 TeleKiapli. Stalk! ; and K('nnelhMtOuwun : "Y"L. '""n,.. ," ..It : > r
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-H't tl %UH-t) it. t i) riii.'Ti.- 1 Glide P T A and piomliui t STUART HOTEL /1".k i I 1.1 I rgnnlzuaan'
I Times I'.l." ,. $.100.. I 10 In. ,,. ,
\ II" .'"" Qutocy."TllIlt'd m. "uI.r ,.,,.'l'n xxhlih ill'' 'In bu.lnx.. II "" I I. I .
,," ,. I" ," '" "We are distributors for Glides I'att I I'man. in th(' pioi t II 5 'I" '. I.. Mel,,,,,. Y...h". ",",lto.l, 'I tux inn, on,,:. principal xxi '5 plaie iniiagi,,f l.u.ine. ,Iirtiunrl : I ..lock 10: Iota. I ,I.. H". "II ? '

I I I< 5' ulule coniiete llunr base ball) i I' I I.i (111,51' M. ... lr Ihl.t.I., Mnrtln,, ('ouitx, rlorlda hat Lou I lo I inc I 10 II" I I'
Southeast Wheel & Rim ,. .il n\ Kf'TIL: \ ," ", is.". "o 1'11.' .,, 'th,' laitlei I iI'i.ei, ... .aid ..' In. 2". .d IV. |III". I. I I" I Ilnlst
tub. U ala filter to tlan rusty ,. I .II. I.'n. anUIHIKI
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., Company Jacksonvilleand \ SdlUXIE lOll 4G 47 A I. Iho shoreS ) li M.'l.5UAIIK. lIlLIAN A. ''I
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Mater tank fur suIt water 'a li 1.lid to 7 i In.nd U I"
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II stock of I on,,, r... I".rs.r. 01 "0,1"1Ilh. of ID. 1.
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carry a large Dei. IK Id'lie (ii tIlf Here ., .hld.a Ktimrl, rlirl.la. Theo ole no I j
tunk stones. TEAM 1 ., I.... .110.INI .
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Septic stepping I.u . ,
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I I I wheels and rims in our store ,.. .._ ..1," ,,,.. it.. I 'i" mid I I..h..... t., 7 t. i n' | bovirgod
> truc> FOOTBAlL (;irls. and litsy'sDee' I 11 1.5'IrrOKH II AllFI Irn..Illk J' A'' '
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See us for prompt service Vi l-Fau: (Sallie Here 114. I III. IAN A M,'Ul'AUhHO i I I". sell. n. '5.." I' "
lion FIRST S M. MIHIDie I I U 4 it., Ill.... k it. I | en. \
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and if you are in need of REPORTI Jan. '- Ddr.iv There BAIS f,. U l 55' it 1411' 4. ..01 r. I I., I", ,II.,.. II, I It I. ',
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---IE -. NO Cf Ml:NT BMK hSJ extra wheels and rims. ":\'' A.t "H" Teams FI.IJ :R 1. II. 1IAKER Pal'5nn4. I LEGAL_ ADVERTISEMENT-- I 'u 10 ito'.. Ill.. I k .i 1 I I.nII' .IIIn. hf i

Humphries Tire & Jan 10 .CleuNtiMi There I ..- IN THIS CIRCUIT COURT' IM .. ,II' '" .1. I'
BOAT FOR SALEIn enneheiier Post !Sewall Co. In :,"0 .. m, Kunday, f.hol. | FOR MARTICOUNTY.. ; ,. nil inr, lllo.k ,r. \," .
Appliance I U. IUPOKT nm> Gill and Stays 11 :Oil a. m.. Nort5g | IN CHANCERY r.. and H to C ,,.. I Ill, .1 1 Ian
!' Phone 139 .IU I''. rn. boog, lo'Spio.' m. ",. tu ID Inc : I 1,1 t 5 I" I I, ''I
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of 25 ft. K .
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g *t deck cabin Gray Marine 'i ii Fort Pierce Florida .'uh 1 I. I'MG! Dt) ','('inlt'r lli I'mINtOMI I I'I Jan: 17-Oiseel DiteJtn W.d".d.., .>_ I frlrtd I 1. HrMHHKT an I II'toiniiffe 3'; 1 I.ul. I. 2..5.4.< 1 1

Su28 Dec 5, 10 .. l'' ..' t "u V. m.. :14..k pr.s.or mnthl 'I t4 Inr. III..kr .7 I I.. I" ;
$300 the highest 1Z..I 21 Fl. .l lI I
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bidder Alto one factory re HAVE YOUR TIRES Balance (lit litilIci! ( UK and ltosI THE (HF COD I FRANCFS 1 1.A7s17.t 'I Widt'tn.I I U. I.it.,' I In 1- iiola .. I' ,", ,,1'I I I ..44O
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built Dodge engine with all i i'1 't :I' '<:I"I :I; :. :T:.::: I tukfaet:' l> !. ; h.;.:'... ;I RECAPPEDBy Jul1 1\ 1943 51.202.90 I : Jin 21-:\ lmlrl'lt'rl Rev W. F. Brown. Pa.tor .1. n..I.n"n'.1' .I.a"4", ,I, .to II i iI I.,i'I.".il,. ,"II 1 I .'II.55It. 11

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conver.ions.
marine one new (.ills and NOTICE TO
|I'" \r'h t Ikh. .i. or i.hum-, -) 1.I One of Florida's Longest Gale Rcelpt.s$2 $2184.70. lon Wonhln' II 1.lo"ln" .o.hI I 'I "T" APPEAR' I"... 0... ..".. It", I ;
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Lxide heavy duty 12 volt bat. -- -- -- :, Guarantees 19300 I Jan 28-> eio Kcaih Here .. Night 7,10Eyid,1 I I An lJ. I I"H". .'' II.(I:hso'OR hos.I b V, I It,,.., I and 1 ,I.. .1 ,ll" I' I 1t

list $96 both for I I .H" \I.t. I I' 7 .I'hll.1 I "miltiii '" Established Firms. "It" 'Teams ShE, KI.t1t, .1,1. .. It. "d, 2 '"' ", I' t
cry price : Season Tickets 203 05 | .\ & I 1'.hl ,8 I 11..0 'III. f < i"rydon I Ilii H. II. It. II
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""'" .1 I I. i uht "d In.tiumt"i iI Our 13th YearEvery Al.IIANIMIIANA,: AMI TOAll. to I n' "''i 'I I tU
$500. May be teen at Jack. I I ,"i":'. itiHil ndlllon" Ihriurhuu. I | Oilli. andDonatlots Jan. 31-('OUKI 1'hlrl ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC I t'ISthMuS K.

II,, .. ." xco.it'II., i.,,"I I aliplulu Tueiili ') Job GuaranteedAll I I 79 tlrvelnnd I Av.nu. : HURS' DrMMrrM.KAMrrK ; i : i III In. ..ftnl, I f,,, ".,It I'I"I I .
on Beat Yard i 'I" I h"'oo.,1 I ,I 01"11.I ,i "".' Cuawi, Air. K.I .." I'5.0D I .ills. and Bosleb. KbV 'r. J, (lEAKY, l'.tsp I''I lAKIIM CHUM IOKH AMI O1HHI" I I ry C.,.r the hliih. .5 I '',,,' I ulubjiil -b,
Jensen Beach I. ,011., SizesHUMPHRIES I 74. VMntx-r,, rluniliiy >. *at n.AIMIo.1: 1l'lll"( /. 5 Ihr .. I I. I
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Ask for Kroeger --- TIRE I -- -, 'I ('III. and lts,\s I W"'k Ileys 5lo' a. ... (IHLAHfcl'0 ( ) : ANti 10 All '.I"lS I I II.l tllit,. I. nJ..' ni,.x .".1'I ". .1

I lilt MrHUM, .>th uulbour.l, ,in..I I.I I. rI Total Income $057254 leb. 5- ('m'oa Here "I",.t, r.'las' .I .a'S, setl h, 7 ''SO. !. 111'(1"10"* : IA\'I. :>IN.G Tllb ('uurthou.i, '. I., t,",,'',niloik .. "
,. 5.I I & APPLIANCE CO. 5.369.6 1. a lOomspr H..4ul.' Sssd.ys 1."IMIMJ A. M 'lbs sKM, Mil' I IJANUARY
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Phone 139 ,1 0:55: m. ,, ,,, ,,,,. ,
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It .. ant .s.s 0 Juplur lilnnil Club and Htypmnnn ","bI.'nn' of purl, .
I. II' i I" i L i hrn.nncl.ItOlfrsIIll .
Equipment 2.13572 II--Deli) iv 10 K. m. "if I.;"xernnicnt I 1.01 .", In Hie. I t'
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SPECIAL Guarantees 2GO.75 .\ & 'IS Teams : 1 DHAINAdl':
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I. I.. LAWN MOWING SERVICE Officials 24500 lib. H-\'I'o II.adl '(IK ic"V Wel St. Mary. 1" tin (1.i, '"., F''", lin. I ) I J R /I'OM Flint tr
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TOYS'! TOYS! I H .K 'AUM: .,,,.I XII, -- 5r..I.O"' POWER LAWN MOWER Federal Tax 43G84 & "II1 'Iam't't'h. IIFV. R. M. ".S.I:. M A.. Reetorhin.l tied\ou. thi 1.1. s .".I,. h.. Y"U hnrit an I"vh'ho'e'by, ae.tiostS. netS." (.1 I, rk of. .thi {,or.,1,.,, C..1', ,' MAKflS'

I i 1 II<, ,"i ",",I *ii,'.tloi,", miilir Il h ..h.fiI HAVE YOUR LAWN CUT 672.44Expitss -Milhiihrne: Iheie y l lin I th's',, .1..1 ('".rt f., Nor.lit "VI"I. t'I..II. A ." ?

,I II ,,, I'''xe'. mil piopelHrr, I'"' fI I Camp Expanses t A. M Holy (rummunlun I S .",",",'t1.. t'utI., I I" ('hetl's'ry. by .1. I I'' I II'n
Thin< year we are carryingone : I '' i I.I.''> > S 115151' VliU, HHI.TI' '' :t tKmll I II REGULARLY AT and dills; I ansI llo\ I 45 A M: Church X< hm>l, I I'l.ril" K. II, ,., j,.hied,' I Ihiind hy hO hu>. '.. lly :. ", (IUTIV ..I 1".1. I I' '
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REASONABLE I8-Meltiesirsse
of the I 1.1t. \I.t. I s. ho'e.. I l I'h.,. .. ""I, ,. Postage 48,49Hie lib l4.ly ('om"unl... Ihi. ul".xi. ,o.oa, .. for .hr '5lO.Cs. .. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ip

I II"I I I, y.tt.oo.' s ,. SI "I I CHARLES H. JACKSON 20.01 and nON (Jibe. i 1""...... .rlilnic, PrnywSO .. .r ,...".1..0." ,.u". aid, h. -
: : : :: "u'PI"1 NOTICE TO
1,1' 1 .i.I'hun, ui'.|h I'' ml,.,InAl ,:" & 7 : I I' M. VIUIIK, .P.ipl.i s Mwllnir, 1151,. .I lb. l'iaotff, lIe, APPEA
LARGEST AND MOST 111015' (1;510,10 >l. 31 f K 4'h'SI .," 'I 80 West Third St. : Trip Expenses 155.00 l'lb. 21 & 22--lisili.sii. Sliver I, I' t." raid hind, an,I ..,'h of 'I.roy' 'd
: In 'Sb. Cin.tIl ,... In And For Mulll
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SELECTIVE STOCKSof ::1',r Write P. O. Box 485 ; Janitor onfeniue' lorriuino ALL SAINTS Birvly to Meof with the Dtrkily I Coun', Flsrsds. la Chsoss.y
I I. I I" .1 I W..I.ndThl.d nal.l (ourt ., Shy ,
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in Florida. 5"ti ly I I" C ,, IKTT.1
Toy ",,,,,,, "d".,. ... II ". .."."It.."." II, I'" I" I, I Association I 2"i-('\I istsii Ihiedills 00 A. M. "', nll"'h.P l.eisially| 'Ih. .n b."of.j'a'n'Jry I"l ".5l asit hu.haiil and i,. ottllotll ?
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We still have many of the I" ,," ..h"w.'I. ,.,. I"" JI. Fees 3870 i and I KII\H H7. anthiirafiir .I J. II. l'IIMt.ltY. '
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hard to get items in stock I INK ,"I..u'T. Ik l-iilr. hi..,I.I K.. ,.tini .", -- --- In.suiance 73.GO :Match, fil l Ii'l rut TOHIIIment K,... W. (.. Aldiidu., f.ilor ten ,1.r.n., I "y, I li. the Hill of .. .. 1..1" '
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such "" ""In.' c.d 551.11'' I Mill. IH-S'lK F "I.I
as ,,. ,, I Rt'StlES. ei..l. .'-klsi. k..o< ...4.. Refunds IZ20 .\\vi> I loin StuntIliFF NF'F.
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.lIllll i ,1 I yillow trim I'ri, Mxi IIi Laundry 9231 -- -- -- ,5'1,41, .. to. ( ., ... Th. p. ae Pr
TRICYCLES WAGONS ., '. ,. 1..I. 'l ot S"its.nt. .lo.I.ln. Ihl.
/ Ir I .1.I HiKn.l ( ...! AI, i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiANNOUNCEMENT I I.. 'Vhs. T. Ch, st ( 4.b The SI ale' of Florldii T Mr Hurt
Medical ( K(>IJ KIDDIkSr .lbj..1 .I 1I '..nb... I 1440. .
DOLLS CAP PISTOLSand : Slnl' Chilli. ,, 'I.'t., ,. K. Ntff 025 Pine' "'n'.'. Cantun, IIU
:::: F Expenses .. 78.31 .\ mtic i s\u Ill) \Y .\. ;MrlitiKast 1.I. '. :111, I I. ,in 'ib'I miml, |.iri....lil,'.tliui I liyIh. I'uul 51.511 I. R. t'IMF.IiY, "..I., Mr. Minnie, P.: C.ln.1 if .a.n.
ihiilr uf lhf 1 by U,ll'r rfllnttaburir
N.w Mr.
Mill I A'. Hs hH MAIfc I I' ,, J.t jiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiimiihiimiiiiimiinilivldu.lly '.. M..I. I A. CIk or ''h. Ch.ull Cosu lUnil'.h.ri" >
other items too numerous I' : 111 I Ill' Miscellaneous Hmiilfl ( ,,,,. ,.,Iy yrs t. 1..h.I NiwYoik 11. II ailinKtella <
,....N "" i"... "..1. 'Iv, inuiiK 11111. J "ot .\. .\ t. 1.1'11 Theatre ninny i uld' nut .,rl In. ('Illt''Y. .'0, .. :
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MAIIIN1 IIt.I'\II: 151)1(5 //11'\1' I III' Ward. hi. wife,
1 583 32 .
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to mention "'I'I,1.I I III h'l11111." )*'l''l. ii.; ''''I Sly T. M. (GUN. n. C.Alu.n.y .
,,,,I ,, I "',,, "II' ,, ,in,,..I trll.." 'r". I Ih .ShillS. I'." ," ,,,. .. ", I'I' j manager, I Is xi\liit) a ('hristmat KVAN LItANY unknown; Mi.. Lena "llendi, Eadrl;
Drive byHUMPHRIES ,,, ., ,,, ,.. .. ..1".. ,,""" ,,' ,. ".." ." -- FIRS PRBTRIA whon> .. I. unknown inxl Mi
"I I I"I" il.llu" kxitll.: I"I I II .. gift tn :Mirlin county for .1.1"lf.. ,
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."'" 10'''''' \ """" ". uungklcrs I I Ann Slrohmlnger, who.t I u .1.5,1,611oknoanldailolboott.t0Oerl'
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I ",' \or.... r, ...t "''''' t. tr..oI.l". "I'' II .li: I.i I $5S I I In the form of a free f. C. A Carrlrl Psatsy5IIO t. ; 'AP'<

TIRE li. 1 l lI II'I ...: "'' '' I' I Expenses $0.227.37 90.227.37 (' .. m XunilHy ...hol. All Deri,. ..'.yl..... giantevi' creditor and .5sh.PoolS .
---'- SatimHv morning matinee at 10.5. or
through
( hHi I IN CIRcUIT .. claiming by, I
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.. ,, 11.1.. .irdl.. SlId, ....hh 'Am'n" Balance on I II : ( ii. m. Sermin Thr 'Twii I CIRCUIT, JUDICIAL ..,, tach fthsboonns' aId do
& APPLIANCE CO. I III'Al' h; 1 I.I r fl ii I I" ""I I IIIlI I o'.lock., :01 1 es n. OF FlORIDA, IN AND ".1 .
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"n "" ''oo"or "".', n,,,'''' de.linrd and m.d. I", you Hand $ 345.17Eiwin Hum :" "<;uiil ".. In, ('hri.l'. '(''.1.' | COUNTY. fin.li.iil. WHO are not known lo b. eltkeri
by Splrell.. "Iea\e To Klondie", and I 5.it| ... I In, .. '. ,. MARTN ,'I
,' I 10 I'' I A"ro'I' \ II """" I M. Mumin ('loS I No. vail n'oiioo5u: "d I. all P> .ua.
Fort Pierce I II i'i. j, II..'". S"",,,I I I''" 1'or free' figure luijiiiisis i call I F. Johnwlck The Hare" will feature, 10 |I.| ni. "',.. Y. mh'I He," i h.... I h.r.t. SlOTS lslA5D Ot' SIIMINI5. i' ,posIls,.. having' or claiming' an ,no
Possible Treasurer. S II8 Ath. Assoc.I fiirulv .r. II lain., M. r.|il.. ..pnl mmI I I In Ihs following 5"s1.riled laiH
At Soon As :\In. I t. Kniinles, Phone, Stuart . 11A110N. s body nsnpstai' un. I .
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11111111111111111111111I1111111111I11111111I1111WANTED 3.\\ I ---- Managerrbogasl: has awual'rant'11 of 'Ih. I cinnlltullon of Inn Mist' I .. '0..1'i I

r I RED CROSS WORKERS'CONGRATULATED uf H.ii,101.,., fr and on InhHir I
I ('hrl '. BIBLE UNION of MAKIIN (.overnment, Lot I. Sell,. 'I I.
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HELP WANTED matinee for 3 p m. 7.+e'slnes.clay. | HEV IIAKRISON I.. IACKAKD Pulol .011"'...It In' ,. In Ih.. tiunly' of Maitln, HtalHorldn r 'I
KM: H: ('"..I.I"n. '" urv 1.1, .hol",I" RELIEF SHIPMENTMiss .. '. I to.rro,0w,
uf the week'sepeelal "u rn.. Sunl.y SchooL I .unl.lnlnl
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li,,",..'IIJh1..,. 7"! h ',.Ih iii t I I'h."i.... ."1.J I I ---- pidijram are In II I Hid. Murnliii, WunhlpPRESBYTERIAN TUB STATE lt' MOMIUA. I I,....
Large New Selection I 10.: ;". .1' PROFITABLE WORK M> itle Dyer Chairman 1 I.t v, .1. II I oll-
-- .- --- FOR YOUN" MEN the theatre ad in todty's'scws. cWMMUNIn I IHob. R..nn", ...."... I You and ....h of ro. .. hrb.agglnllxou ( I

I IV AN I HI; Al.,. I". ,,,u l. OIl S .. IN JAPANS ol Production of the Martin t RULE NISI flid ,the a lult ".. bien' b.ou.h"d for

; NAME.ONCHRISTMAS .,".'' ,.,,/,11I"1)I / I '00..1 \11 .'., ,,, ..,,( 011 County Red Cross received Sound TO' ''/11T U: f.) UOHlnTIIF In the Circuit ( ouit,I .
'"1",..I "...I "'I....... shI., 101It", I \1 ,,,' 101 a ___ ---- .----- liHV h. C YOUNO Pastor I sIvs; ,. ,. .. '.HTY OWNMII. TAX. Mmtln l-uunty' Hoilda I in Ckanieryby h.r
I'"h. ,;", 110'' """ h"1, \1 \to 5",.,,I I. h. 'h, ,ll., I 1'' ""I. letter this week from Mrs J. I' 19 .. ni.. 8td.y School '.AT.k-IIH. CARDS '. ,, YOUTH WEEK "" VINU hoabandad, ne.t frleod..J.II. I'om..o"In .
1947 OH
I "" "" "'' h M." "I'II .100 ..m. Murnlnv wor.hlp. ( IAIMIM ,
A t'" 1'I I I' I II'I I Itt.1, .so.IIoot' ''' .. "" ."I", I.t". ", ,, h. .1' I 1111"SI Carllle Mai tin. Assistant admin 1 'I 11'1 r. "lit 'INIrUrHl IN ANYlall., I". rtmoll'n'g, ,'cloud"". ,0' h' "
... ., ,,,,,,. ,. ., ,. SET FOR JAN. 26 1 ; of sod flulellMhe
"I "" "" 10''" ". 01". ( ,, r" """ "" I.- 1'' 511. istrator 01 Volunteer Spec.al CHRISTIAN SC"c SOCIETY OF I. ArrKIHl Sty : IstxIIANI. r urpo. ".
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'10 "" ".J..I" '01''" ; I
Order Now To Be sure of de. 1 'I..l,,. Ih. .". ,," I IlllllI,, ,. 'll '.5. 01 1 '''' I Servlcel acknowledging M,ssDjers It Is expected that 10000000 E..1 Fourlb, Slut 1'IATI"N, 1'"Tt IWAU. : "IMINI" laid land. and eaih .. in' b
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livery In Time for Christmas, 1\ I ' ' 01.. "..10. ...,,, ,."" '" ., ,, "01'' "" ,.. ".... of I 11 I. Hi. Church ... 116k. Kll: 'I( AND ON IIHIAlr' .JOK. le hinby .rd.'"'.5 to file with, th.ll.ik
; ,:. : ,:, ., : ;,: :.,,:,h'I .. ,: ::,,: : ''h..", shipment 500 undershirts )'ounglropll of the United States 55:5: "UMY.: :IN .IIIK 'rC'II ..f aald at ,h Counll.

I \"',, .., ,,,,, ... ".. ,.,.", .."'....,, "".". .,,,1 ". I "" and 75 capes for Infants and Canada will paitlclpate In I'I.'KIIA. ( Or THK: HOMDH SIP l ( Hum.. e."r, .. your," writ
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THE STUART NEWS ., ...... ,. .,,. to be used for foreign relief the observance of 1947 Youth 1''ItTlt'JARI.Y" IJ" p..on.l. 27h, dof ..,
I Sit IIt.AIR 51,515515. 1 b." 01. '1,1,1,1'S "II' II l.u.01.I 11015'b' lb.5I's "" i ( 11111111 .. 0 ''o.n.y In .sil .a
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H'I Phil I t'plp Phoo 10aud( if I I. ",, ,, II 11111,11 ii "i.ob. ,,,,,,1,10' IiIy, .. Week. January 26 to February 2, N"I., lr! h"'V' glory' ''h"' lh" "". >. and whh' aaid (,irk yorar tIeS def m, ti t 1
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11.11 II. ..r I'.lIn., .. ''h., ,I. ,,j..y..1 Iy .lb.'I. your volunteers on this 1 1947. using the theme : "Youth ,"" ., "f 110. ..0.kh.I.I.y..fe S. llorlda. throuiih you the Stale. of 7any. to (ho Hill .f Coniplaint th.l.l",
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:: ,-.d'r: ;tr'k. Stan RENTIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I' IS5y ,1'Hl I "5,...I1.t "..,11..". end capes are badly needed right ..y IllS' A. I.. 1544. I" tho b.nkl'l hsrpb yrsssol.. .5 to ... Ihi., WITNEaS.' r.,hand: Hurlda.* hl.12: "< i

0" 01 I ..my ,, ''' I,, 'J"I.y.. .. I I 4, SlId, .... .u",1 r. .oI "n", 1"1 Christian Fellowship" Special "t,5l.rt.. h"sr "u'pn.. of .I..tn., 1,50.1, nt ihe Couit Huua. In rltuart. .aid, Cour sI S 5 i
tarn' IIO..ICI' I. Oft'..,,,,,. "" ',,'m"',,' ,.I.n "yh. now. and we are sure they will Cervices are being planned bolt loan"! of 1>'.eol for. 'lb.eo.o year Mirlda. on lh idrh day of ..., .,. day. uf No..m". 186.
_ I.I.IIKISC; tori' A l'I.ACE TO LIVt:! I,.I.I..Iill" ,,llo I,,.. g.o.5 I,0 tnt... .iti.l ti. "" ...t. sopS oihtr' bu.I". .. "46 51 t : oelork 'In the foi.noon., Clrcul co.nt. SnaIl,) .
: 'I.k,. Imn. .I.I, .. ............. ..r be gratefully received Individual ."ill .ho.. ,. .5. R. poMEROVA.
... 1101' Ill .,,.., .. In churches and in properly before the 1,11 | any you have. why
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I In .hoMa"". .,,4 w.I"ut 1I"I.h... I'lrk I".h'' I hi ."..I "'sy.'sl.ey". I' ...0.... irv u"'till,'dtsl<.HliniHUivlilm .I.. .ib.. .Iiat .. C'h,, ., CaihlerLKGAL entltl.d ..u..h,luld. not h. mint. Horl.la
...s whot n.'d whl" the ...I..lIua ,I., II, 55 1,1,1', .1"1,, 110. U. H. Arny mill (Mirhmilod' "tin,. ..I II' WITHAM RESIGNS AS forums centered on building of 0... n. 26. .d and the funding, bond. Ihoreln d... ,100.. Is, 000. I. It. U.

Ie t Mniplitt' Stuart Newt Ufflci-. II,,..'" 0.. ." .. .lu" ir lit Ih' inn,. tlmvIurn hHinni. ,, ,,. Inllliil t.o'"lnor' ,,1"0" I..r, ,.' ..10'I" SERVICE OFFICERThe "Ihed and 'th. proeeedlnga anthorlilnl, ,,
bill in,",, y mill. .I55155511SfpSts1, Christian character and citizen ADVERTISEMENT ''h.i I. thereof LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
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I'TBAI.F llulldliiK, iulpiii.ii Will | So' '
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r. I intl. 51. II" I nnrot I Army rUrrultInn county FICTITIOUS NAME on b.h.lf of
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Inr.. .nol ,l 1. proof home. :2 nt'''ry 3.droomi ",4.701u"' 511 Hl.lK. W..t Him II... h. I accepted resignation F. J. IUCOIT! IMlFKdOES i.niMiriltrmd.: nndtr ,, of of to be UKr..lo. sos undtr I11'OIIAJ' of

I'd,I both "p.t..i... J Wennii.lmer '. "_... U. ;MOOSt MITHE of Ross Wltham a County Serv- OPERATION IN PALM: (".P'.' U.86. L.W.lh Horld.. A.t m>"'U4.000.G., denomination deiUnalen.. of and dated to uad..II".d.. 6 S. WI:'Clerk, mhe
Pi Kewnll P. O. tllunttJ8. i UE.\CI ., ; with
of mil 5 .' with she c's tu.as follow. U4I will reglawr
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IJ. ",. *2. IL COIP1.ETII.YP't'ltNlSflED.. ; a...,. reUiK Officer "lucre Is not enough E J. Rlcou Stuart pioneer who ,h ('I..nl Court,. In mid for Martin I'ls. SIlk Ko.,1 and Url.U. "I.r. Cl.'.'.!It OuU. In and IPu' """I.ounty.

.5,...0'.4 eot. lIlIspSllelS'fl, 5. n.lI. Members wishing to contribute work to justify my time and has been In st. hospital .. upon ncelpt of proofof lulld., ...,.. l 47. dated PrI R.fa4In. ( Horlda upon of prcf .
BALK lirepla woi d l my link., .101. I o..po.sn 111.,01. Apaolm.int.. Mar's publkallon of this soils,. notIce fbi
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1.1 pill. old II'' r.rl, tit.lid .5.! | .3 CI.hn" A.o. ''f to Moose Xmas Fund kindly salary. Wltham said. A Vtterans' in West Pala\ for two Si sops. tS.en'rniIsna of 11000 4. Inclu.lve' In a.m.. ,

.. COD II K. $I.rf.n.. lion leave their donations at office 'clfV STORE under which Salons .rh. and to 100. to.wl:N CAT CAMP< 5"
14.if RENT, Lilmwiiltr.. my Administration weeks underwent I''LI February I. It67. and bearing
Ap.rtm.nh.oon an operation CA.Y1 .. o.
tfonud rcpl'E8Im- I I .. In bosS In. .S Palm CIty. Int..t I .n..4 'Is bu.'
l.'I. Kliuvilrd. .hsi,. lot.tinml tntlve will be at the court house Tuesday. Relatives reported this H.irl.l.i ".0 th* party lnt.>r.at.4 la Mid, first day 1.101.of Auguit.m'.nol.' on th. 01.U. whoh. 1 it. Martin (7osolY.
HALF ,u.rd Sf1ig' Ht Luili.* Hlv.r IliuiUil v.c.niy t. bualnvit 11 folluwai of 4'
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"AiIps." fi.hliig, reel rJi.f 4i. 5,111., Ih. ....k. 'I hood",,'. Urhon San I.ho"e Otto Kubin Next door to Stu- each Monday to attend to routine morning that h Is "doing well aa O riDMARSH. ash year. at tht low.it yale obtainable Florida) hat I :partylaid follu.'

ff.,.. Jls 19 14ub. Hound H.', 1,1. .1.;.1.IJ. art News. of veterans. '' a Palm CIty Hoildi I.h.a old> at Po. or at 'o p.r .nl. bu.ln. ,U
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1 SKYLINE 1\1 afar: an county !rt.01'DA r"1't'n..lOr;: ) ;, ,!5t045 Nat 1"OIClO '-::-
jUfflN COUNTY INC. STARTS
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'''k ,,,, I'' Miami: -I. PKg, BANQUET FETES "Messiah" To Be Presented THREE COUNTYFINANCE
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I, ,01 Skyline Inc, which 1I1a1lRl1r_ OOIClO: =====OClO _____ H. S. LETTERMEN Dec. 22 At Methodist Church PLAN '1
I, SERVE UNIT 'j(cc(I dally northward and .'outh,11'11 Stunit t's .iiupiisln. -------- I I
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'nI \ flights bet.....(>(>n hl'rp Jaycee VlmR! position hi resigned to accept
I and presftts'nt' 'Is the ,unlsun' I 1 ----
Tacksonvllle
\ 'Nr"" 011 December 2. H.Mi' and work with the Boeing{ Aircraft For the third time In as and Miss Phyllis Constance olStuail
I"IFNT cloudily, Incl'/'ased has Mi) Hub.it 1 Y.WIIK. ( University of Miami Coach many ON OLD DEBTS
/ of ( oipoiatlmi) at \\lchlta
ration,i Personnel In Sevenountiet ,tlal fIIMh; A. Lee since the In- East, Fifth' street, and ,II as- where he in thiee Kansas Speaks At Kiwanu- years Martin County resident Kenneth Slimmel) ol
Harrell Pl'I'sldl'l1t OClntl'll'lIh, his ,lather put yearswoikliiK I v:Ill hear Handel Messiah t I I
( Anigned NewTerritory lit the line. In the Sponsored EventTwoatytive alice Stuart will be- the tenor soloist _
Bald Colt I [larreU recently ( business. NlllnerouR) Stuart Methodist church Dec The
I. choristers are: Mrs. C U
so Impl't'ased rifle homes supervising position He was flve-
over and buslnes Palm Beach Martin and St.
',' the reception accorded SkYllnl"s have been structures I til11t's1'11.1'1'1' of the Army-Navy hlgTi school football I 122 at 6:30: P. M Barth, Mr and Mrs A. B. Hlmes,
'xa h, ,'I'ma!, rest\ Palm Beach's Air Reserve first echedulr that hI' plans In- elected by thenun9undllllllttlllnnunnnnunnds "F" Award and won a citation playl'rs1'1' awarded JetI i "Began as a Cl1I'lstn'lts: present i. !Mrs. Mai Ian Updegrove. and Lucie: Adjustment

.r.... 'alnlnll detachment has been I'URUration lOOn of a morning : l ll from the company: for ml'l'ltorl-1 I I tUB at a banquet Friday evening I 1 to the people of Stuart In appreciation Mrs. H B. Swlnglehurst of Jenmi MadeA

,r w..,I ..natcrt as responsible for the C:1'1)al'hu'e: .flight. over the route ous service. He Is Justly proud I j jol at* the Woman Club, with the, ,I for the hospitality to' Beach, Miss Phyllis and Mist

1)7 tlnlsiratlon ahd from Jacksonville' <10 Miami hiving worked on everyoneof I' Klwanls Club host to the Q.I.'s by Martin tountlam! the Jo Ann Constance, Miss Edith
/I... training Of mail : team, I final adlustment of "old"and
v.mtni, the 1004 : servicemen have been Matthews, airs ,
embracement B-29 bombers put. replacedby I'I Heibert Thayer
preserve personnel of lead- :: : 'coaches: and "special guests. "nl'w" debt la being
I rendingeven county)
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11111 Florida cities with a nut by the Boeing plant outing I I I locAl 1 returnees who have seen Mrs H H Kansen. Miss Sarah
Florida counties Thowjwd of dally fIIlfhs: some lime schedule I' h t the wat Lon Tyson vi.e-president of ''ilt to continue the tradition," Rollins. J W. Phllp Charles H aninged by the state' board of

IIUI 1 the t local unit are IndIa 'the first after I Klwanls' .;:lilod and Coach Leon L Jones said In administration Involving seven
I, au"S of 1 the )'eai,'. -' ., When" war service ended, It pic announcing :: Bishop, Elwln. Clyde and Charles
:,vel' Si Lucie, Okeechobreci The! current dally flight north- .. f.1'' took Paul just 19 hours to reach Charles Klndiod was loaslmas- I the complete cast for this (jCoutani I Buddy Wells, and Wen Florida count Us

I it, Martin, Hendry, and11m ,,nirt from here depart at 7:30: : : ;. : I) 1.. stuait That meant driving 1 I.BOO) I ter He Introauced mass F ytnr dellaterx of Stuart ; MrsDoiothv According to a State analysis.

i Bench Until now no otdal a "'.: Fort MYI'I's 1 11:30: : Tampa. mites in 52 hours .iof which heI Johnwlck )pilnclpnl of the high; Soloists this year are: MrsHerbeit Tuck of Port Sewall: II Palm Beach county has overpaid

i issignment of territory to f, 20: Lakelamt 9:0: ; Orlando '; si"pt 10 hours as he was driving I school, who said the football Sudhoff of Palm City: Mrs He'i'belt Sudhoff. Mis Fred $6213302 of its Inlnl debt wish

,cb Florida reserve unit had JJ(i 15 : Ocala. 10'50; Oalne.vllli. t/; nl 111111' 1 and he told this to In- Ham hid Instilled Into the school : Mrs D '; hcJt of Foil I Bewall Walton Mrs Leon L. Jones and Martin: county and $4213302

,, "bu ''rn made by Orlando's 14th All' 11.15: 81 Augustine. 11:46: ei11a1how( < anxious he was to a spirit of cooperation. "Cltlrenscre : I i; Miss Matthews ol RichnuIRalliceofPalmClty; cl Martin funds will be transferred -
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.I'h' ,.'.'>! iieadqaurters the Air Dense "living{ In Jncksonvllle at 11:59.: get| balk: home. He added "IJlI'VI'I' \\ loyal in their support) ) as I| Stuart Mrs Marian: Updetiovo !iEiHIM i t Davis of New York : and to the Palm Beach account -

, IA1 I Command organization; In The return' fllnht southward de t.-: saw a place that looked evidenced by tlx fact that at1tendance ;1 Jensen Beach land Miss Jo Ann Mrs nl: Reeves of Long Island. The remaining 140000 wilt

'.,. 'argf 01 t the air reserve, all nana Pints tram! JiuknonvJIle(( it 1 1:00: j. s 0 Ruud( in all]/ my travelsPifsident ." was Just a* large at the ,I -- aMirtln be paid to accumulates Palm Beach sufficient as soon,

) iJimrcl. and ah ROTC pro- P m: St Augustine. 1:25: : Young Is a ember last liume as nt the first, "he

,HO'ru ants in Florida and six other I Onlnesvllle 1:55.: Ocala 2:20: : r : ol St Muys: Episcopal) church, stated, adding that, out of a Our (Great America & I funds.
states To straighten out the old Jensen
jthoastcm Orlando 255: Lakeland s::25: .. : in offlcei in the Odd Fellows squad of 45 boys only one was -

l According to Major Raymond linipi, 3:50.: Fort' Myeis,. 4.30mlniiiR : .' lodge/: u membei of the Rod and Ineligible for grades Nine of the AMERICA HAS 3 esatueal ngsaafee'L/AT, / NlaP SFyl5 B! l5O1AVa7FP Bildge district Martin
HOt:!: commander 1 of the In Miami at 5:30: p m / I Gun dub the Martin County team see eligible for the Na- county will be put down for $3-

Set( !maim: eacn: unit, air ii- -- [1\ Athletic association the CIvilian tional Beta Club, honorary scholarship 1 NFAt WArOR 72S 29 of St Lucle county's debt
r\f' personnel residing In the Martin then will be charged will
' AUTOMATIC( ARMS All Patrol and a Florida fraternity % I
ren designated counties must MUST BE LISTED I I7h High School Athletic AssociationoiflrlRl Coach Kindred said that prospects $14] .760,88 of the remaining bonds

a ply! +to the Moirlson Field deJimcnt Paul Arthur InungI ) for all spoils played here look good for next season :Hid St Lucle will be held responsible -

If they desire to bo ors <' Tieismy Department) i I Jaxcee' Fresliltnt. A'kod for statement\ he said, "I and announiN that }Hob Greene I for 279970.

4n. 11,, the reserve program. wild like to "imind(' I the public III I 11111 II 1111 II II ill Ii lt..i.uinmilii: ,| | ||| believe expressly In the right and I has ben chosen AllConferenceend I ., 01 T?!bf, CDseSK 0 ,yap! Dserspewi'iw' l Mall COa rlaPetaAnDM. In still another adjustment

,n..I. linci Its organization In Noabet (m>! 1 thppinvlklonsni the National :film and both are roust boosters net Ion of 1 the younger; people to and Jim Conrad placed on I To fDRefrrRFOuwf Mn'rC1ON R6Rnylr fMeA6eMa,! RHO/velCrr--Ir ORDaw bOlJkk< i-plng entries will be
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the unit has enrolled 01 I'IIP' Aims Act requiring registration for the tiitiiM ol btuiiit and take nn active leading part in the All-Conference second team 000D P0al5T Mifyl6tMt r ASP AAATa1CAx lee RR.sI"e. PCAif4t or e5 iwfea DUre Aa v eae new'K sCROy' t"cuu5"6! liuiRid. ( to wipe out a $2168905nn \

i.IF veterans. reserve officers with \the Bureau ol Internal Martin countv the )pioMess of our little townund Homer Wall hni been elected :Mntin ciuntv owes to SIL .
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nd 'nllsted men desiring hope that what I du : ; dICI.JI! ii-li} ui} in old Ft 1 ucle district
to Revenue of certain The mayh captain of nwxt years team, and "'' "eeADw( "naeg 'ID
types family to
" J jntaln proficiency (In living 01 fire arms ; Colorado came Stual'fl'OI11 \ ]lp a little." Charts Titus eo-capUitn I P rn "PhR:-. Mrn1o' erofAxycwx." 9 era fI IVI'I ( clclt Malt ht (lion- will be
, ., utter skills In the fall of 1925 i (haigid I wIth $((11 441 ol the bal-
nd as well ns keep The !law stales that all fully I Iputomallr I when Paul was I nnd have Kindred j ij s'esesrted letters to .
the of I j I DEER HUNTERS ARE tV"Arwxl / ,rPYFeI mice and St I II.UK' will pay
p'l.lth progress military fire arms 'nhoxo fir- .1 l lived In their present Name for Emeison Kiamni. 1940 captainEd .." .
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, nation More than 30 former inn/ more than one round with I Iuntile 19 years There are also two GETTING VENISON Uowa x!, co-captain. Wlllard 1 $587 .______

110.11'1'\ already actively pm"clpallng pull of the trigger) must be In the flight program I loKlMeied. This Earl Tlllman returned this Frank Milt ;Paul CRUISER
can be done, was bom Aug 9. 1921: in 1 1Y "OPHA"
I'I.n' !'In e North American AT-0 without cost through any office 1 Eaton Col.. and attended schools! ) > 1 week from 0P( ala National FoI'pstwith Griffin Conrad' Jimmy Hwwden I I :;..\ .....:.. ./ I FOR SAILFISHINGJ

xans P-81 Mustangs and I' I the Alcohol Tax Unit, Btncau' I 'I In Coloradoyoming and Kansas a 7-poUlt. 150-pound Teddy Bishop I Lloyd Campbell I : :( Ad" ''I .=...---- 11 WAf "' 'Asor.

sin.englned AT-11s In Janu II Ii, Internal Revenue Anyone 1 before entering; : the Stuuit:: i whlih he shot while on a bUCk'1 But CJtmenU. Paul Donaldson, I i 'Ai'Rr 1X'JVf< !'!1)_HI nAeT" E. i'Jhnl i Block announced

ry the program Includes the i"nine! to do M is subject to a I'8'hool.hl'I'e he graduated with wits Clarence Watkins of C H Haidwkk John Lane Robert I : -- 0re lelansoseescRAMG today that he will operate snllfishlng -
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anization of a complete] ,M-menee of five years Impiowin-/ I 1 h high honors and a Jong record lon.gomel'v.ontus./ \ Herby ; OPINEPK7V { charters: out of St. LucIe

: ladron to be commanded ad- :ment and a fine of two thousand .'of student actlMtlos. I..two big gobblers hunting In Tucker, Harris Wall Sam Whittle : '' t/ KryvlscagaerwArwws,' +. Ink l beginning; lmmedltt 4y on
r nlstered. and operated by rei dollars i( Glides county with Earl Tyie of i D D"C'OV1ll" ) on A seW cargse, 5 lt Toeatf eve*97 ooo ooo Ci'c'11's John Backus-built
After graduation! he went Vest Film Beach and managers Earl Magee; Alt CM'O t,"Ri MII""FACI"'f! wad' <"',.-. rr AMfRIOWf Hfnt 7FbemewfsRvct
Ii ,'personnel i All fire arms brough Into this 1 1riuntry knocking 1 round:: the: ; 'I' PD:f .*LF TO Ht\lf 1'KfS N X WR,PV Olcnom ) fisherman the Opah."
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AAF veterans in the countryns Leon Mounler of Lees Au Billy Hsidwln.. and Billy Button TO M..IC,i s'54,six"' 1.KIe OF residing
" I i as souvenirs by he Brock saw three intensive
memhers i phrased It. and he con- .. years -
:Petit Paris at lobe Sound airs i
boo mentioned counties. are I / of the aimed forces that Mdeis i I his visits In 38 of the 48 I 1 Howard Johnson of Hollywood' 1 The principal speaker was ---.- -------1 > duty with the L,SCO. In
rged to contact I the All Re1 1 have not been registered should i states an Important part ol his Coach SitUiski of the Univer- local and Caribbean ", ntpl., with
I returned from a deer hunt Sums i
ms err, mil\ at Monlson Field and I be registered as soon as possible 'Education. ally of lllaml \\hVi was 1I"I'omp- several years ('hlll":1'' : ixepiliiucin '

trot for active participation In with< the nearest office of I the At the first of the wear' he was I'4 clay'point on Martin 114-pound highway; buck with They* 'arced lien .v L'liK Mazejka of :1 Subscribe To The Stuart News I MiamI. He intends,, to rut

he jrogram) Ouieau of Internal) Revenue 'i local) fishing trips. mid dia' ; 'PI'S i
. with\ the Army engineers which' I hunted with H Savage Ithe I MUIml bikllc4J) : I
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1r't PAGE!!: FOOT THE SITAR NEWS, STt'AHT, Marti C unly. ,. FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1946 ..
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trjulpineiil from Camp Murphy" P-: MORE ABOUT I MORE ABOUTREGISTERS "-

1 NIGNSCHOOI.IS'H The buldiliik tu i ommendatlonsi Is designed acuncling I COUNTY BOARD : RING (BAPTIST CHURCH

school in'liltects with Npec-
! ''I ( I / /'" ( i lal, [laiiMmtiiN tu rut fie ( .,,,t 11//'" ,"II'",'1/1 )pub' One('t 1 1 ('>'III,'('1,11, d I 111'11I( //Wr' ::'' (>Irl|, I PLANS WEEK OF IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT!
I I liuzuidk. ID Incieuse ventilation r
.1 \ IIJ t 111.' ...1'11)<".1! \1'111 t and to withstand huincaiiex '- !' today s News is i legal adveitise- 1 excellent Christmas buying JiJ rft
., .J D/ii Ij,I t It:l Inualiuis line ; An ill-londlUonlng fan went t spirit I HOLIDAY FETESThe iJn
MRS H GREKNE, ftQ
J (Gieciib/ TREE
v ill be liidtnlled in the attic Contrary E. FLOWERING COLLECTIONS
! bin iron( c1 1 Out III UK process, A. Menninger repotted ona Dry Goods Co,t. Business Is
to iginal plans. the build- I 1 ,
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conference hl"re'lth the chief "
S I I' 1 bill much better The stores havemore I
was ,1.ltC't < i Kw outstindi iPIpi
Ing111 not be a "temporary" engineer of the FEC railroad First Baptist church ofStuait
:? 'Jfc' to offer and -
Ir(3iuhlrsementshovehighlighlsd: variety people 111p
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A fnfir to meet an emergency but of the has planned a full week \
,I II. the success A full-time lie which \\'lIIl11erve vital school Hacks pertaining to!pl.'rmJtIdt'nlng to tl1emoving of the are shopping earlier this 1 of holiday activities observance (ALL IS ('AlI.IIN (;A"8, .rilKUKIMI.il" >); (;IIA 11M., 1.0.11. Si I'All I', I F..IIIIII"I I '11'
.. '1J1''Idltmlnl'd I 1(1(10, tu than ever befoie It Is one
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1\JI' i reeds( even in the event a nl.'A'Il'gh old Dixie through the of the Christmas season Beginning JR:!
If h iull scion, .,,hrut .11111\"t ,, highway of the best have
Ltl a : seasons we ever
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"ubltc1' ( In vu d I,," ,(uu ...11"- 1 .school I h erected In future city of Stuart "It Is a compllcat- had In Stuart last night with a Santa All "lull( tn ,llitt list mo/ fully! (lese,iI'dln my! lutalug See Iu/p., )r.
tools I proportion," Memilnger stated I Claus visit for the youngsters, 11
minted bv maul '? 1.11I'al( old, led CICIL JOHNS (Johns
Dry
i the pastor, the Rev, Phil Maxwell .
('ougresslnou Dwight Rogersuid "but the railroad Is now giving -
1I'11l'( book Ianctbteprtn !: Cleanetsi t : V\e are doing an excellent has announced the followIng .. IIIrt
his secretary were in large : us favorable considerationon nod l1owol'l' Spnl1da eelnpanulutaErythrtlla
i"tosuie i responsible for the cul- the matter and If we can carry ', pre-Christmas business activities: acncgulc"uie' "
:. It Lnplou'nu nt- t tut .l'IW1j, JnatliiK success of Rollins persistent out the plan, as originally presented -One of our best years in over a" A Candle Light service will beheld nOUl': Omngo fluwci5 Poind.nul pulchcrthnu. Auy "t ol 1 II"I 1 7IL

1 (rquurnults(;ufrlrrlA' ; :::; to of fit'- :., tllh ll: ::114'dl'tarted." .. efforts in obtaining' the I' It wUl be one of the quarter AL MATHERS century In, (Hess business Hardware here I'' Sunday evening at 7:30: em- I { 11luo (flowen'ile" trirolia } 1)5 01II'
..lit from UK' mn eminent It greatest Improvements ever accomplished phasizing Jesus, The Light of Yellow flu"'c"" CUhh11i indtijugaI'Iute
5 ..1a'. I .1l'tl11"' .411'1ht1',,: : Co I "We have moie merchandise -
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was stated.KBCREATroa here he added j the World, In which the au- flowers Coni.1] "nlliOllol'll
1111111 1'Iblr eha \\1dIIUI1, ,IIn I to offer than ever before ,
------- dience will participate The choir,
Mcnnlnger also offered some I IIa
.1"" 11"\\t: \';\-:I\t.\,':.'"I'I.I.. qudIu. .; ;I;:;,d HEAD 6 000 longleaf yellow pine sedlliigs Scarce Items are or back hitherto on the unavailable market directed by Mrs." Oarland Eden- .

4 OMrtETC DETAILS to the county for painting Held, will sing 0 Holy Night"At lied /flowers I'ul'llirol fasluosa1'int 111.y
1 1 Pt' 3,11,1 .1(1'( 1111' I Iin volume Buying demand con- Ill'h:
POI cownxm TREE: on county or state lands. Commissioners { 6:30: p. m, Sunday a Christmas -
,, CllllilIIlIl'li 1II'lnlllllcnhls
'(''Cit.' I: .102 r lit al( .1'('' 1 1)r tinues strong and our busi- lIow1I -
.i'' ("((1nerohrd) put '1.1'' \\1.h Tom Schieikentioit. city leejtlun stated that they had ness shows a phenomenal Increase playlet will be presented by CIIOUl' Orange fllIwcls lIynonlm.ll'tUuilolili Any "> .l'I HIAn ", Ill'P
no facilities for reforestation I the Training Union with Mrs, { }
III't.' (( : ( 1'1\ Pack "' \ duectoi who has as- over last >ear." II Bluc 110wcl'S \'ite" allissinti Sb
i P4'0.' ..l1d Ihe 1 5 nll.lldI ( 1 1r 'iimed responsibility for giving work and could not accept the MRS C. E WALKER, (Walk- Walton Parks and Mrs. R F Yellow flowers CUb 111 fi\lul,1 ,
.. Stuart real community offer The young trees must be Longbottom In charge.A .
'I "'.1 ,1'' : \ a pro- er's Jewelry i : "Business Is bet- White flowers coniJ] Ililid.1
I I III" '')1t!. ?' .,Id, ..,,' 111'' ,. c,",im on Christmas eve reported'I III moved from the Fourth Street '' ter than last year so far this I turkey dinner will feature
,r. I JJI \I ,' : .... I' .'. ." t day that details have beenr park. Menninger said and any- season Many Items not availablefor the Christmas meeting of the "
'l11pll'll'd one who will move them is welcome I Baptist Brotherhood at 7 an,
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II"' .1:I 41'1 1111' 1 I''11113 the trade last year have returned l'lIlklll filil'lid t
; ,],1..4', I.n;, } C", 1 ,1] ,iI 1n e rut I to the potential wealth Involved I and much Amerlcan- I Monday J. J. Moore Is general Hcd Illlwcl'S 1IlIIhllll.1 trllllllll'llGIOl'l' I

3/ l 1 .l' '(0' lilt al l : ,1,5 )'.1\(.11 \ The cry crew will 1 place a larget in their future manufactured merchandise is : chairman and Fred Bentel will Tlthl'1l\1la ,:,1.I I il .,
\ :.: I I \ Yellow 11I1\n'l \ IIrgcnlcII ) "'
present the program II }
: t '' i' at the civic! center and as- : again available I { Whllo fluwt'll Enlad.1 ubybstnica) S.Rhio !, Y
\1, ,IIjel J ,,'.illpel c lei in colored town. Carl Bess SCHOOL PRESENTS I RED HALL (Hall's Electric > : III flowers Lonl'llll'UI'PIIS 1.llifolills
I.. ,1.1' ", )lit '" -111- T d Phil! PC-IK have donated Business is very good. We have PENCE MAYOR IN Mixed colors. SII'I'CIIIi.1 I1pcl.II.1
Il ..IlL: C !)wlli'( (1'1.\1.-' i lie trees on i lieu property The SPECIAL PROGRAM ii more to offer In the way of the NEW CITY SETUPPhil
''i h:<' .II"ll'ln" .; "I SuptP'n Vuiimii club will take their i smaller electrical appliances this
,, ,,, ,ual active In spreadingthe I than last but are
llld Ih .j 'j (Nit \i part Members of the Martin year year Pence was named mayor
I I,I" : t holiday cheer and the Kid County still short on the larger units for Bob Baker vice-mayor and Jack Ilcll 110\\1'8 S\'l.'ghun) lI1al.ll''l'U 1A 1
high! school who have written .
1 till! -'wilt \..111J \\auis Rotary. Jaycees. and Boy which there Is strong demand:' Coleman commissioner in the l'iuklowers/ Gussi." graudisCItOUP
Mi Chi 1st
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and lil Scouts will all assist GEORGE KEITH, (Martin OI'.lUge' flll\\'crs Cunli.lllngio'lIrplI Any 'i i III I il 1.." 1F
: II." ''IW'"! ,. .,' '111' ( ; in the Old South" will presentthe i I annual reorganization meeting { }
,J Santa Claus in preparing bag County Cleaners* : "Our businessIs 1\ Yellllw flll\\ l'U Cassia spcl'lothilis SS
a't) cin i beT pt'dd'' drama to the school at 1 p. m. Monday night All city employees ,, n.lllltilll.1 UIl',1
,, eI t candy and In obtaining fruit running much better than last Whitl! IIUWI'IS -
'I! tl'hrn
moo K ('mph.- ( I Friday for their fellow students, 1 were reappointed. 1r F
I. .0111,1(5' b' ildiniwil, i, I ," 1', d I 111 in all the white and colored and at 7:30: tomorrow night for 'I.'ar. Last week was our biggest I I ITOl'RlS1'S CulycophIluut catldidisbhuuul
i \'olume'cpk of the year exceed-
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n (11'11,11\' \t' I oIC(11'1' Ir I- I parents and Irlt>nds. The play TO ELECT
( '" .1: I..I-'I''U,. 1 :1. K"'niiith sum me)I Is music will be shown In the school auditorium I ing any week in last February I I
I hn ut :11,1 1 ivua I'.. .' racoon 1 and has requestedu5 :! Elementary grade students when the tourist season was at The Stuart Tourist club will Kid I flowers SliiiiKaipns, hinnaliislaUliin '1
h'nh'ntt111111 i ., ,i !t I,. ',I.. from all church choirs, will present a at Its peak and on Monday, Dec. I meet at the civic center at <6 A I U, d I 1),11| I IL t' ., ( visiting \ocallsts, to be at 10 a, m Friday at the program gymnasium : 16, we had the biggest day's 1 p. m Thursday Dec 19 for a CIIOtl': Dim flowers LomliocarpuslulKIIIS. Any "tnl 11"
i '" im .ilW of!line: ").. civic center at sn: p. m business we have ever had" I covered dish supper and election .1' { Wllow flownsMulc CcIl.hln'lwrmlllll| xitifdliiiinLulopli f IHU
ol'nl i,. i '"IIW l: and slol.v....... utsdav Dec 24 to begin the CHARLES RUE (Coleman of officers. Mrs, Isobel Ferry Is \ /flowns \'limn antill.ilium
,ui'"'-1 i ;;),: ail.: shop .oidi ,'0(0(3(3: Binning of Christmas enrols Firestone Store* : General business '' serving as temporary chairman Miud<1 ( flow i is 'l'nplll..lgllloi (1CII..ph1I1I1IIM'E .
(qua i : to t' ant ::, .)1.1" I 11.1: Tin \llId'll nd sociatlont 01 by the Rev. C A. Carrlcl and 1 has been decidedly better Senator Evans Crary will be the
t 11 : .. '" 1 1s h",1 : t I..' ." :,1 .1 b'I'i' i (\otlOnal pro a spiritual message by the Rev. this year than last Every month guest speaker.CL.tSSROOI 1
,, .. has shown marked Increases in
.t ::1"till! II> ; I. : 1.u}( : .01'i' "1Jl'1l1l1 pra\'- Hill Maxwell.PIr4iO7Ar I'
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A.9La1)Mld.rpv' "; 1 '" '' 11I.S' '.wa SM.T. *msKns' viipt&iiviivi/S'/6'i')0 & s> *'> : Jewel
MARIE J. Stuart
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t I '} b: ;VP strong business Increase" in Christmas i Don Romanello, president of I :I\M\\ : .1. MIAMNOI: : : \
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2:' I / *" P the Classroom Teachers Associa-
GERALD LAPOINTE. 2,51 ""- I S & *HI we'' tion, has announced the appointment I "
lj ) If.( \ Polntes Jewelry : "Although "tin/' a I limning r'c111'' k
M >, of the following committee -
have been about five
I only open
.j Teacher Tl.'nure-Mrs. VirGinia
C weeks we notice a brisk Christ- : !Stuart, Hindu.
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GI Hutto, Mis Louise Harrell, i
mas buying spirit.
I, N I "'" : ". Stuart merchants in general, end Mis Fannie Jackson; Teacher ,
Qy i rfCt ("\ ,ii i/- are pleased over the strong Retirement-Mrs, Hazel ( I
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,( i s ) \ % a0 trade at home" spirit evidencedby : Oiman, Mrs. Carl Roth, and Mr j I
M \ C. W Long
( Martin county this year, and
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\ Association s-ild Our town is t t': ::: :w.t.t:! : tt: t.ttt: : .:; ": tf.Jt.:1. '.;- ',. A
at last taking Its rightful place'
4 SPECIALSm, as a live shopping center for this i


n j SATURDAY, DEC 21. ONLY ii9 to ;i area"HEALTH UNIT TO GIVE \Enjoy Christmas Dinner

FREE EXAMINATIONSHERE

": FOR GIRLS IN FEBRUARY I If

U dtAy In February the State Health II | 12 Noon To 11 P.M. : II
I'I\ : I<; n\: 1))( )ILL iTHE STORE; Departments mobile unit will [ I
arrive In Stuart to give a mass ,
I I'i'1 :.\ -: ETlas:5: ( ; and Plastic
? : : ( : ) medical examination free of

4Q e..L,. :' I ((39c to $1.98)) I charge urged, Food to avail handlers themselves especiallyare of I 9A Christmas Day f i I Ii

qd //r_ ". this service as a health card is |
: 20 % now required of all domestics j i
: FOR BOYS and food handlers In the state, t
9 I lit is expected that many cases. sf Enjoy the following full course dinner on our patio overlooking 4

E\'EIY; i ; : :sc\ '(OOTHND)( ) : ; > OOTER( ( )( ) OFF 4 4r 4! I to hitherto light then unrevealed in time to will be cured.come o j the beautiful Indian River! 4l 4h t

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( $2.59 to $7.98)FOR ) l MENU ti i


? GROWN -- UPS ,;:r5:;: y V? Entree Waldorf Salad Oyster Bisque\, b i 6 6G G 6G

b Roast Turkey 6G G
y iy61l lilLLI and! I TOILETRIES< > With Dressing n

A WinxUiful) Selection of Gifts that Will Please anyone you love Season Greetings l Cranberry Sauce MashcdPotatocuaKed G.
i Choice of Two Vegetables
\ do'q Jl Creamed Onions Hubbartf.SquashCandied p

t A' \ :\: JTYHI'' ( ; ,; : !! THE GIFT FOR A nOy ij lo all ". Yams Green Peas \ .
our friends t. DESSERTt MINCE PIE \
and .I-.1J: ELECTRIC 4a Hot Rolls Tea or Coffee ;,

\' \ "''flrt'Y Sf"'l'l S iii'1--\ g; $1.50
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TP AINS I, and customers! V\
n U.' NIKEU'IIIE-/ 1 \\1 Jq hp Also Baked Ham with Pineapple Sauce. 2?
/0- ) 2 aArT
., rr ty Candied Yams Choice of Two Vegetablesif
.JE\VEL; ( 'A I'S"e; $17.95 Jiparbrile will lie closed fur "
Rolls
f6 if Tea or
the' ClirlMmas holidays. 3 $1.25 2!
Vases and! Fluwer Pots lOc to $1.19 COffe\\ by p
Work and reservations fur i

lI -I-Piece Cannister Sets. 98c'' work will be resumed on Dinner prepared by our Chef, D. | if f

: REMEMBER Bread) Box to :Match .98c Iffa January 2, 11t'J.nuun y Dance to the Music of our Orchestra: "Freddie, Gene & M. G." b f,

We Are Ilccu.l'llIoartl'r' .' tf(1For Rj! Mixed Drinks Ballantines Beer on Draught Premium Beer nab 0,
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: CHRISTMAS TREEo expertly ,minded and $ FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY /

S! Th Area'a Finest finished or cleaned and ftlf !

z Wq And Selection Most Complete of TRIMMINGS J'i 4I waxed or bakelite topped I For A Good Old Fashioned Christmas 2.1 bt


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Greeting Cards ARTIFICIAL SNOW
AND ASBESTOS) ICICLES Hugs leaned/ Pickup and *? Follow the Crowd to' .tw

delivery service. Talked/ MM

"THE DIME STORE ON THE CORNER"
carpets cleaned on flour.


'I JOHNSON'S 51 to $1 STORE I IM Sanding.and imlishinj machines !1 SEYMOUR'S. INN q


B. B. McLaughlIn Mgr. fur rent Jensen Beach '

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tC1AL and Happenin''gsofthe WEEK IN STUART *$ :\' <'ws linns lor Ihls liefoir.paper noun" must on MeilneMlay rm
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JpTLltS AT I AT ST j\Jun"s nil R'JI| t I hIlPel'lnt'ndcI1assisted\ SI, Nickin I tied blufloid IH l leaving\ by son-il -Iaw and! daughter Mr, "
IS(1OOL! 5t Marr'h Episcopal' chiiid r distributing fruit and candy plane Friday to spend the l I and Mrs Robert McCallum In '- i'I'
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n nff pileslman nephew ofYd will' conduct u special Chi'Ibtm." I Ui the kiddies who promised (:Christmas holidays with his New York. f j
( l Mr Lloyd C. Travis, even service lit, 11.:10:, p m TuII ', I home very good behavior between ,'
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pall', i Crary son and II day Includlnu celebration ? ) S E) lJ: know and Dec 25th 1- ",
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|pans i nary both of Stu- (, Holy Communion I f .1''
\II"\ been awarded letters : the pastor, and the sermon hinging in "' Mrs A P. Carlthurs of drccnvillt -
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"lball)) it The Boles School, I carols I ,
,11ft' Miss was the house guestof
o lllr Prlestman playedi -- -- r Mr. and Mrs J, L. Campbelllast Position Open )
i crary played tackle M1MS1HI 10 HIM),11)7ST; n \1' week f: II
Iw''in the 1 backfleld BollcsIK UlltlSTM\s: :MISSU.t: I -
I'd' best season of Its I The Rev w a. Altliich, I Mrs A, Petruzztlll and daughter for
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y \niiiilng"neMINISTERS. eight games,, a Methodist Christmas pastoi. will bioad;;,i _._-_.__._ Jr. Rose, of Philadelphia will ai-, ,,.,.:
''I" jO.lm message at 8 15 II M t M .aArrM YY 'I aAItt r!ve tomorrow to spent the holl- '
-- Wednesday over the Fort PICK I' 'days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Constance Male :
TIS station WIRA This and daughters Secretary
I will be( i 11 it] '
S n.\lIIO TIMEHoi first of a series of spiiitual )pi-, i .
,! UIRA of Foil Pierce gram by the County MinMui, 1 Mis L E Ashley I arlved In blua -
-' association C .t Sunday night: from Chicago J Winter Resident offers attractive Seasonal Position "

.c Ministerial| association, ('.tlllOIK' ( III ltdl n visiting where she her sisters spent She the 1H summer spending I for Competent Male Secretary. Must be able to type. ,

1 j'evoIl, < lal program will be 10 IKLSINT: M'KIU( I v 4 ( a few days with her son and I Shorthand not required Age 23 to 40. Congenial disposition f
a 815 a. m MIDMdir) Mlt\l I( |I'. a. ; 'M uuRhtcr-ln-law! Mr and Mrs
Carols and Christmas Mint' In 1 C R Ashley, before returning to I To accompany employer on frequent fishing
1ST DIRECTOR a. special ilioii' of St josipl" -. I her home on Riverside Drive trips and attend to personal correspondence
Milt IIOLIDUSBe ( .Uholic church will begin ,II t -
Lazenby Educallon- 11 45 Tut ,,, Mr and Mis
> p m cite\ niiiht b1 I IIhr ;:r George Keith and I
eel' ''I of the First Baptist mid-nlUit Chilstmns I \I hlldien retained Sunday from APPLY BY LETTER, STATING YOUR QUALIFICA-
11.. ; Paducah, Ky., spend- mass at 12 dock( Day, Oa, where they were called .
;7si: TO COX ZY, THE STUART NEWS.
TIONS,
11 11. idays In Stuart theo Tin' ( ChiiMm i Cub will I bt; ,,u: brcause of the Illness of Mr
'ul Rev and Mrs Phil (ml ' el; :\11" JIlepinne, Ch meat iii J, ire Impiovlng .
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: I.lml'T .IIOKIIIhe lesults! piodutrd Him fai; \b\' the tanipiiRii/ it the Slate Ail n jI jIn
irilislnii' ( uninnssion in telling I'lorida's story t > the nation were vividly presented (In :Miami at MI
I public nictliiiK sioiiMired| bv the State ('ham bel' of, (omincue, The four-way advertising( pio-
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gram diiKcining I Industry, nxiliiilture/ rerreatiu and retirement has already hKiught, In mine ry Y .
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than I 1)0,lion Inquiries and the pubhdtv lampaijn has leached an estimated OOJOOOO: ( ( piople ; 1ij
([ ommisMfin immlieis, ado spoke at the Miami m-eting/ Included (Hop, .left. to right) : Braden Ball y 5 5"v
(IJ I I'liisiiiili, J. SIl tOIl I.IoYd! of I)\tuna Ueadi'i. (nniiiiissluiur of Agriiultuie. Nathan :Ma\o;
iliiillunu( t J.uiirs '1'. La imorc of :Miami. James L. ('u\\right of Jaeksun\ille and, I'rrrylaI'.h: of t1 a ,l
A Gift Man Will ';; 1m I
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I ht'O: will bpun II. by,,, Is; NFH' (1I.\IIt I.\S nvriisr si'M>U t stnooiban'a 0.1,9H
Surely Appreciate. other i T l J Gcaiy pastor, and OF IIOML SEII\I't Claus made a pre-sea- e4iap
10'' 'h..lr.. under the lIiI'erlon i of roll visit at the Baptist !SundajSdiuol
Mrs R A Tunlev was ippointid I :H
I II" Plot 11'! Cons inn' lust night when! thejoiinntstrs
lln a cellophane gift package ready for the Christmas ,\111'1) i I Inc. ,,, will b< Johnny I Chairman of Home Service greeted him with o M Ilij
JTrci with one 5th of Seagrams! V. O Canadian U...11.i Johnny )Rio,Ijmv Charles, Ihih week by the Martin County Christmas program which wiu
11'1111'111"' l Victor mil\ limmle Red Cross Chapter Miss Mary directed by !Mrs Louise Harrcll. .
Whiskey\ and one 5th of Scagramt Ancient Age Cm V,,111,1111 I o Shukdfoici disclosed todaILLIIM \ L (t Klcklitei Sunday School I
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of Straight Whiskey and a bottle of Brumal Superior Permanents t 8.50 Kp ;

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A ,1. I. ,n, ..uhLlJ' THrR:.DAY: DEC lf! 19.j
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ijarmers'Consider i Exterior As Well FLORIDA BAR TO hill iSRlud'li ,'nil( Hit 1 Sports ,d to your president Ralph Cook- ; '

t hditonal' Desk MEET AT TAMPA WILDLIFE GROUP (nun :did ('unnllvutiunlath i ol s<'v. Florida Wildlife Federation,-1/ '

Odd and End; I As Interior Lighting Requirements 1 'mnl.i ''u until ,in( 11 pioitrnni I --- ------ -, ,--
Jal'kMIII\'llh') h\s I I Tiniipnwns ( ( I) I
I __________________ CALLING FORENFORCING tin I IIP )pi'ol'p(' .Jon of Hoiiiln" I I i S
selected! ns the Mi I loi I tin
kni) I llllniui) last WI"( k sal' Is- wildlife.
M- 11I.UR" than curb a 1 jjit be lociled] ( on a pole annual convention/ of Die Florida
lipid a limit-cheilslied umbitloi I : At n recent meeting In Orlando I
/Elrcn'ICCCIron, : Bureau 0'i bu.t.n: I. near the center of the Bar ( NOT..ICF1,
1'/' Association
!> be
/ 'Al ( to hold
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Inn hi' his His 110..1( the I etli'iatlon resolution -
baioicd i [firm ) "l'cI! to pro\' "le itlsfaetonr( LAW\ pawd a 1
,vil" in :the BlK Hoi'lib Rio.1 t' ..1 ,i' n'\, 1 f,tv ..ildnt who illumination between the houft and next March prior to the opening .: condeninlngt t the lack of enforcement I
I..a gill two tin'key gobblers tillisun -, thlJ(( d, I r Itel"" ,o 8 largely a. applIed barn and adiacent Ares, Pilnclpal of I the biennial session of the I, by (the state
10 I' "1'c ,. .I Kit,age, serer ifI yard liiihti should be controlled by C0I1I1f'r-1
,' IHI It has been II i t'um f ( brads Legislature n inonlh lat. vutloii Depailmoni Kx THE
Clrmls' A'Al'! I ash their llluminBllon a switch In the farm home Such Ask Sportsmen to Unite REGULAR Mr r H
i I.w ...ar for him (IJ'' ', broader i'pcct. an,1 1 liphlj l, ihould bt nerved< by raparal ei In Tallahassee, nt the mld- I ni cl 11.1: agents demanded the
pi(, 1 1" I III, outdoor no> well ati i,rcu.if. 10 that If trouble occur on year conference of bat delegatek For Salt WaterConservation st.Kprnslon ol the director and OF TIIC
II m,rcmcnts. other IIIhlnll: circulti, It nil! not
} I 1.nv'i hbirhl'' 1 In l 1'1 s( 'J 1 1',e h ch 1 1m. has acct 'them This nriancement: alio last Sunday In Jacksonville/ I urged/ the covet nor for more diligent -

',i IJI\| i ,tutlnI I 111.it t tr 'AA, a fo :ncr.y: dimly will prevent the failure of yard light/ At the Tampa convention t effort In enforcing/ fctato CITY COMMISSION
r ( ,, .1 M!""nVhluy Hnsii A" ..1 '"I 11 cid Info i\ a wel- wiling from Interrupting service tousher legislative agenda will be ap- St Petersburg (FN3)) Ralph 1 laWN pertaining to IKliliiR and
I t.. I dId 1\\illud\ outlet not necessarily linkedto proved and and submitted to thelegislature Cooksi-Xi. recently elected picsl- conservation
: B\in III l linlit I
lighting functions
yard ::
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<;;1 "" I UK shrimp I Agricultural ipeclallsts suggest the for enactment, StattErnator dcnt ol I the Hloilda/ Wildlife Fed- ;, Cooksoy Is calling on alls}>ortl- SCHEDULED FOR WED. Dl)?

I \1.11!1"ii 1 11 MUHHma \ .",f. loc..n,., of lights st all placet on the Ilemy 8, Dn> nurd o: I eratlon, stated this week that his men for information that may.Ie\ (Christmas Day ) \
Ill m-I tcad which be coned after Flnellas chairman nerd evidence which shows .
I h, ., the uI.1':1, may County Of the organization would take the lead M
,' k, such sheds, machine ,
.11 at lambing '
Committee liu.tMH.llon to
ansoclatlon on Lrgls the lack of :
I 'I ll/1 "p" Hi' it Filsfn JI and l farm( shops, garages: brooder in state-wide t'ffort to bring proper HAS BEEN POSTPONr( o
.. ,. lotion. sold heie A number o'chiiiKcs I conservation agents, lack of cooperation -
,, 11 (It Ina tin : wares i and milk hour loading plat ,
about effort In 1:1el1fol'l'ment \'
mOl'dJIIgenl\ : \
0 1 .S I 11"1 one '\\1,11 LIt i iIK ?,,nn' Lights/ on bu Idlngi homing In the code were discussed I with Individuals ands I .:,
t I ,'. ..1. -I I 111 .I ),,?,I '. .:M-ftock' are also useful, not only but10 definite' action by thp State Conbeivatlon ciRanlzatlonlack\ / of assistance' Wednesday, Jan # ).
Awl': pro'ection, but to assist farmers
I van: taken Dtparnhent and he I In pioRpoutins eases handled or :
(i loundlng up stock which might
bleak, loose during the night fcnnloi Bajnard said he firmly II brought\ to trial by agent, and I 1

Small,adfuitable' ,encloned,weatheroof believed that some changes I such other definite facts for The of
Stu
( City
111 Almnoe ('nlh\
a. (pi: floodlights are also /growing in iiniiki be made' In the adop.Io) An acute shortage of children'sunderwI'r blocking tip the resolution, ;
I I 1 I, "I 1 ,1 I l'au.r.'I ''l J1 I kopjantv: with:; farmers a. another laws of the State This; was also ixlsts In Canada dt- I Il "We don't want hearsay I .
) rAl< I 'uusld1'labie 1 : 'Aroar, of providing I I proper Illumlnaon I
I L. B. Eurit
""n \1 III(tilted I In I H I.I'- They are. equally; adaptable for ch (oca ted at n recent conference' spl'e l the fact that manutrJ.ctlll'I Cooksey said "We must have By City r 111"14J > /
$ '. !1''':table lighting purposes or for urn here of the Child Wellnii League I ins output is nearly double the conciete evidence backed by af-
; must I IKIII' i JII1 : ..< PC:innent outdoor and Indoor fix- ul Ameilcn/ Ine I PI'" wai flume( \ f'davits! These should hi address-i
.. .r'rs, : ill hlul, .J.?<. Floodlights of this type; ire --- -----
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iI,1 '.,,(" lit Bin,kl1(1 \ OJ,1'1 I u K.lllUN I 1111 I Uttll't't( r'xcilly: useful In hay mcmi or .
ot 1"er barn locations Farmen .. t
also .'
v al1 t 111:1'u 1 : 1:- \\Cltk( -Mn.lllllllllllK' tin lI'uoblr.) ', .. ,
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i nplcn them effectively! at trouble ..- ::: ? It
lint In hid : -
: to protect poultry and ,
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1 'I Inn i in 81 1 J\< "" )'f(,,,':;::: : .=: c ,r \; I; ( I ::0 illuminate, roadside itnndi, farm :1 ,,
Iii .' I I""' ttollllll) '- I IA, :' C"'C', Co T',,(y t'l.k "I (h'b us Bards and shoring areai., It Ii e.u- ; : -' ,-- $1
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'.., .' '.,,1 I A (hi m1'i, S 1. (A"> lI1 'o\nl: : 1 natect that farmers would purchn I ( '
I (.111 1111' (' : 'lead t at fliAllAt. PR'' about 100 COO, of \'Ism i, i ir ear II .. r": i PIT n 01I
..I "I JI "; "111' ", ,, : \ (" : \,, (rlrhee;( ; I they co,,: I ,c i Al"i 'I'I I I la' Tldent i': V ... t.- t2r"d1t : .

II.1 ,. I'll'I' y.1 1 r't'Lr.t \ .J.\ ,, .. \. l I(
: 'a..mx poultry I It It mull be remembered, however, : -- \Jt F'
,'HI 1'anIC; 1. thaI adequate wlnn aid the ute ofpiuper \!: ( ST.
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[ 'C m It t ( used : i ?c(1 hulks Are necc nrv to : SIZE
I I Ilid I I IS "UIIIl1 I .1.1il of ail":1 1t ,' ,- I '?< I n :'h' ( farm I', a"ure n 1 h I, hnl: ttcm functioning; : ,AIII '
I ,'A "IIt'l'al i stoib (<' t tI.c! },IIII, : _'h', I I .' I ceo'nmndcd'1t -.t .C.ewrI 1) t, Go> .. "r ," (J ;:!.,: Xlfi5 f
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II ,I. 'i((unit! ""a in)I W
Florida Palmetto to Provide
., I JI Killed tin' JUST ARRIVED FIRST SHIPMENT SINCE THE WAR I II .

i.. .? ( 'jt' pot i al1A("i
I f fL, Material for HomesRain's I
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IH\\ ston(( MI Building

'.) ? n i, tin Palm ('::1 t: Miss New Yorker Slips and Gowns AC

uha,' Ill.,' : ...nu: \. ?"(, c: J.1'mI'< l I- A, ,,11100,11, hIII-111/1: / 1 Ikirk. null l i ,

i'J 1 > , from Floiidi s filiopn' millieuutu
1.1'; 'i 1' Ihe moat, Present opeiations show Hit, i
IJI A' 01 I scrub palmetto accoitljn -
11.i ( < 1111
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.. '" 1W' It'lInll'd ( ,. i lu ,i .,111"( i Y ucintlv( ( : eomplt' pulp from fifteen to twenty cords e

llg III I?(U coon( trap) < ', (n( oin t ., H],''I 1'iti'! Sale' oi roots Mill make I ten Hi' sand I SLIPS (di. h

I' .. ,Id ill the slues' ( hAunbl r "f C'"m 1111'I'rp Three sauare feet of high quality board ( Yes :
I They'reHere .
II 'hit POI'Ih-lilal' lulIlll1"i "uli s i "ijxjsiinu I ( of in- Lightweight' sound-abftorbln" 1

( 'hII 1 t they '.UKi ( t 11'0), ) b",,u id(I. ( \unoi I board and find possesslsit high InsulatI/ > ivalue \\I") Just t in \0:7:

I I i and:i uhiMci( p'astiuzid') board. may be mode ii. SPOUT Time for s(l
interior Board merle fn, n
I"I' k, :n pm a b\' (it.I.I'I5IIV) inexpensive pro- Christmas 11'
palmetto pulp lend" itself to
I A I I I. 'pit itinli.htn ('I, ssl. s 11'1,11 thi' (loots ol the Pal- erv COATSZelan
fabrication It takes: paint \" I l f '
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a J \ ,I'., pick ana nietin tc's, <(show .
1(1 Hit.li qualify palmetto roots, Wallboard for exterior us I is : Silks and Satins !iitw '
made from Palmetto In-
pulp by
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available FOB
processing plant Plaid.d .
;, IIMlI'luI, famous ceniuil of educing Portland cement t f All Sites'I '.
i-t[ M to $7 pn cord!, are chopped
.." 'r Roman Empiie. ,imtuiwith ( lard processed by machinery to the mixture. Waterproof (lWei
"I"...- ml! i 1"1.11"i 1 ?1 ,n durable, the boards may be n.iii :1 .... I
I itmiiM/ loot fibre from pllp.'lix.'cI /
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n ,;; ( f Checks I I': \ILUs
without
drove the Milk: \( poik :\ I with( "Kalu' and Chemicals, ( chipping or cracking ( 4L1Jf" I
It has I I ; All wool/, long and short sleeves :
II' Hi a pleasing ) ?: ,
""O'K'( ( ''oJ! 1)1) 'mm'( ( 'Ile 1 i )pulp J' i IJI'I "sdl into} Inleilor appearance J "
Plants now !in operation will I t_;, 1 all/ colors -- including whiles, I

when maximum capid'y' 1 i- ., golds, tans, blues :
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1I-I1'ht'd. have an otitpn: inixr( Jf" 'Y.I'r
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Fancy Dressed Chickens of one million square feel of < \- b.. e1'' .I l
ii'rloi board annually But. th, i "
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: EVERY BIRD RAISED ON WIRE survey/ emphasizes, palm 11II N 5" r
I boards is so popular that present ,' R

i Fresh Killed Daily output of both interior and I i\- ,r; MEN'Srj ..t
Milk Fed Tender and Juicy I lei'lor board can only supply In-i

"Fellow the Crowd" to nil,) maikets around the plant 1 UI'I S rIt's' I! .tI I

Exx| >i'linents to develop a pi it -- '-

RAIN'S POULTRY CO. t I'rizet'i board from palmetto rno' Tropicana I

1 nip have I produced a \\'ntnpioof '- lid ? r
and t
Tea Rose Pinks
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164 Flagler St. F
Phone 311 ( board, one-fourth Inch 1\.; V

(ililck Smartly decorative, > and p Gabardines LADIKS J I HAND 1 HAGS Whites, ""1 1 1t
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:"''' tf<< J! +1.Pe., "+aasn.': : ..I :1'.f. !f:' '.c' (t" tin home, the plastielzed common' boaid --'-- Plastics and Leathers Egg Shell,
.3't--- Stylish and Smart
pt Mill fill needs lui tabletops Lace Trimmed
Join the Family Table 'millboards and Khowei'walls I

Copies of the survey, outllnlne!;

the. Industrial possibilities( of I .:i]

DUTCH palmetto loots are being mailed M1lankattan and

"THE KITCHEN" ro hundreds of Industrialists and! '

financleis by the Foh Ida Power w ,L Airman Ladies' Fancy Belts

ALL THE and Light Company which I is k '- Designs and ColorsLadies' "IIf
TURKEY YOU CAN EAT i also) ; publishing the Information s./ + f fd I

!f' Its advertisements/ it p art of
With the
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$1.50 d its state industrial development JACKETSSPOUT

rromamIn I I OWNS I =

THE! FAMILY TABLE tit I -- ---- i rDesilgna

a = EVERYONE EATS AT SAME TABLE .Ii I th lair o'! J inij l: the CoaC. ,' Floral r rI

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Dinner Served From 12 Noon Till 3PM, i J, 'I 1 I 11,1 t (',(llt] lilA ,'I 1 th war in

216] A /1' n ,1:1'1:i look t I I. liniivh brie r't I
OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY PastelPinks
p I'i.I ..' 'Hi i Luui-i(

l. I t I'' ((1! I Hi, ,(Val shot 1' &!P and f
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js: tlya r Long Sleeves '

Thurs. Dec. 19 GIV I '.:. Gloves
?IJ 'Y : I Rayons and Wool and
: Blacks, Browns, Etc. t I
Rayon Mixtures
Thru QIGGLV's ha

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l\1 Quality Selection "Shearling" Comfy

a Non Wrinkle SLIPPERSSheared [ (t

@ Latest Styles ( Lambskin)
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THE STUART NEW1: STUARTIartln! County, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC: 19, 1948 FAQ BCTON 4
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:SHRINE ASKING r 1)e'' ........:
, I AID TO CRIPPLED Einstein Student j amendment while providing no I throughout the state to become ments to permit Tom Ferguson deinociatlc National Conventions
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nouncing I penalty, prohibits "any contractto B candidate for Attorney General to enter the University at the from Florida fourth congressional -
Tampa'FNSI. Taking the.io-) Finds An Answer exclude persons from employment :'I In 1948 and is said to be I age of 14 After gaining his A B, district, embracing Dade,
a .
gall "No man ever sloo 1 i because of membership or i (giving serious thought to the I degree he graduated in law and Monroe and Collier counties
tralght as \\'hrn, he so I ron-membership," irtpB. by reason of an average in both Ferguson's late father served
stooped to I
THE OPENING FRIDAY help II crippled child" Egypt 1 Arkansas adopted a similar I I Ferguson was born on a farmIn I courses of more than 85, he was all:> a Columbia] county commissioner -
,Temple !Shrine Is amendment at the same time Columbia county 15 miles' awarded a degree of Juris Doctor for sixteen years and the
DECEMBER 20th Florlda'h ClRarBowi sponsoring" Florida did but the Arkansas 'I irom Lake City and trudged four family was held In high esteem
I\I hlch \\11I''' played at game amendment does not bar the 'I miles dally to a rural school to Following his graduation Fer- throughout western Florida. '

of the Flt'ld I New Ypars Day between Phillip- closed shop In Itself but simply ,: gain his early education, A man guson engaged in the practice of With his wife and sevenyearoldson

I I the University of Delaware and> I authorizes the legislature to pass II' o' moderate means Ferguson' law in Miami where he Is a mem Tom Ferguson resides at i
Rout) ) College oame time 1 30 laws to that effect. I father. at the insistence of Tom her of the Dade County Bar Association 1543 N W South River Drive, '

I P M. In the recent elections, votersof mother' made sacrifices to give and was president of MiamI. He Is a strong campaigner :(>'
I The entire proceeds of this five other states ratified llmlntions 'I him an education at the University I the Florida Young Democrats In and a Rood vote getter and f'

I lame, less) actual expenses will Lv.1.'r on unions. Colorado of Floilda The Institution 1030-38 For the past four years would prove a formidable candidate "hit: ,
jORSESHOEPACKAGE bl given '10 the Shrine Crippled I adopted an amendment makingthe waived scholastic require. : he has been a delegate to the should be decide to run;
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I Hospital, Indications closed shop Illegal I unless I approved . . . .
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the C'Vt'nt111 be a sell by three-fourths majority ;1, yq. ::r:; .:; r r.-r; r :;;r r ;;r. :;',;;:yr:: :;; .r.:;; f ";;: ;; t:; .;;
5 ('Ul. lickcumny be! secured from of the collective bargaining unit '

Egypt) fpinple TamlII'ith I'" a state-supervised election.

price ranging! from SI.50 to Kansas forbids closed shops except L Your Christmas Dinner 11a |
|$3.GO) Including lax 1 r when authorized by a majority Enjoy

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I in a secret ballot election. JJ
STORE OPEN EAL TERMINAL TO C3 I Wisconsin and Oregon have similar a_r. AT Ara

CHRISTMAS r CHICAGO Pinball Is the nodcrn provisions
,
I Miami I FVS, Eastern Air game descendant originally of called an old bagatelle American," The wave of strikes that during THE STUART HOTEL'S NEW DINING ROOM 11

L,ncs' m \I 420.foot which was very popular In thi '80's the past year has crippled '
terminal of the last century, A novice tan the nation's' economy climaxed **
ith a separate street II I Airport building lit t Miami International play It ai well as in expert, The I vlth the recent coal strike, has n Christmas t Atmosphere
entrance |
on expected to relieve con. game Is intriguing because of its so thoroughly aroused the I
I cebtion at the infinite variety of action public
field
iceola Ave. for the convience of service for EAI. and Improve W, A, Patter, shown above, chief I that Congress Is certain to pass q TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD
be passengers. will engineer of a member factory of legislation designed to curb the 1 -
owntown shoppers. Stop in for completed by Christmas, EAL Com Machine Industries, Inr, here, abuse of power by labor leaders
aide president Cuptaln Eddie studied mathematici the
Rlcken at Unlver.
and the nF
elimination
1 selection of Liquors backer announced last Saturday ally of Bonn, Germany under Al. I of the closed MENU
Winesd shop will be among the questions
, I The building. fred Einstein and compiled the .
\ now under
con following interesting figures On a that will be given serious consideration -
Cordials. tructlon) between t EAL's base and table having 12 bumpers and five I 1V '. "FULL COURSE DINNER"
t the regulu ;air| line terminal at balls, a given player has one The '
THE IDEAL XMAS GIFT tie International) Airport, will chance In 720,000,000 of ever see' Florida significant Attorney thing General is that led Half Chilled Grapefruit Chilled .Tomato Juice' Chilled Grapefruit Juice q
I be used to unload all ing two games with ball action and I 9 Radishes
passengers angles exactly at ke.. The possibility the way, and did so courageously Celery
I nd cargo from Eastcins Incoming of two Identical games in every and at the risk of his political SoupChicken 1;
planes except the dally flight minute respect, occurring in sue-. future. Now the wisdom of his 1 ,
I nom San JUlinRlckenbackpr cession are one in a vigintillion. iil a La Reine
, I PULAR BLENDSAM That means 1,000,000,000,000,000,. I action is being vindicated and .11 Roast Maryland Turkey with Dressing and Cranberry Sauce ,;e
I declared that Ono,000,000 000,000,000,000,000,000000 ,- public opinion Is more solidly behind .r Roaat Prime Ribs of Beef (Western) aq
t tl I.< blulrtlnit is I and Is ,000,000, ,000,000.000./ him than
1\ temporary ever before. It fl New York Sirloin Steak ((75c extra) I y
\ 5th $3.65 being put In at this time to help -.--. I is generally believed that Tom
'''handle the additional planes I Watson will be a candidate for Chefs Salad
.I I I. DE LUX .. .. 5th $3.69 ,thai EAL has added to Its system RIIL COMMISSION: : Governor In the next election Cauliflower Freah Peat Candied Sweet Potatoes Whipped Potatoes

t during the' last few months. NAMES; KATE BOARD and If he is, he'll be hard
E LUX .. a man
Pt Assorted Home Made Pita
$2.33LACER We the, i
hope 20th street termin- to beat
& BURTON'S across the I1l.'ld11I be In use j Tallahassee FNS) The Flor. I And if Tom decided to toss his i p Ice Cream -4!

Hack) Label .. .. 5th $3.70 before another winter season ida Railroad Commlslon' last hat in the gubernatorial ring ) Coffee Tea Milk o"<4I
comes he saidSUNDAY week appointed Its, attorney, there will be a mad set'amble for
hit, Label ....
I Lewis
5th $415 W Petteway Its account
; I the post he now holds The first hJ Served 12iOO Noon Till 8:30 P. M. Christmas Day
ant,
, AIRS White Label 5th $4.15 Fred Pettljohn.; and Us aspirant that has come to my -f! ,,
I I telephone engineer A B Greene attention is Tom Ferguson. vet THERE'S A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ORDINARY AND SUPERB DINNERCHRISTMASCHEER "
AIRS 1788 DINNER as members of a sub.co'mmltteefrom
5th $4.66 eran Miami Justice of the Peace W if:

& HILL 5th $4.35 su o Cts cGi'cs develop eight separate Southern rates states for local to who-.-Is being urged- by lends tra'if a.9nm +J w i0A'm'' .I'a' w.TMarv;w'n( .mtwf m fwfm s'wrw mSae *c'ra weilm+ af'ws s *.alw efa

&. HILL Pt $2.75 I i N indent times tilt celebration I of I end long( distance calls of the t I Southern Bell and A. T and T. M
the rule Lot Included the serving I
THOMPSON .... .. .. 5th $3.73 Petteway said the purpose of
of a roast pig In all his glory In
I those daja or lusty appetites and the committee will be to work r 7 K;
WINKLE ... 5th $3.64 I Iroanlnllablel the boar was brought I with the telephone companies In :;

tAN IMPERIAL. 5th bole, to the table on a great platter developing information the Ai""J.; I
$3.62
An apple *... placed In hit mouth I I separation and rate problems of r/f"/ J
. 5th $4.55 and bi was. surrounded by all mannerof the companies A' .' *?
\Rood thing to eat
ERNON Pt $2.87 I Since those days, the rig bas been 1 1 ONS"WEIlEBE't1!
broken down into portion to fit the 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 111111111111 I l l 11111111111 I I I 1111111111 I *
& TILFORD RESERVE 5th $3.70 needs of even the inulleit sine turn h? 4' '' dim" 'a MR;,
I ,
I II For the lota of Social News '
; larger groupi a of I O-
AR e \41t
'LEY RESERVE 5th $4.15 pork era large 1 ham give a flavor find I '. "

ISDOWNE Stb $4.08RAM'S I Suite no eo>to al the strong maiD count thou who which know bit I Stuart Cont'dIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIII "' ( ;. f f1:

: aDd i|'pre ate Dm rood Ha n, or 1t, .
7 CROWN 5th $412 'fm \ /
course r1T1 be oil her boiled or bak dwhile "' ,
;CHMANNS 5th $3.79 I ", the loin 1 I. always roat e Mrs editor
TiacyMaityn society
Dolled I hate It well I known I In the I \\/1/ :; -to
I :,, I' of the Stuart News Is now at >f 9
E FEATHERS 5th $4.20 finned, SMI < and for many years t '\ :
hat hO.11 i in American< favorite eiips her home on Flamingo Drive after I QST o .t N. ; i A ; 44A

>EN WEDDING 5th $3.96 ashy .when l cooked Kith cabbage I a month In the hospital '- ,\).. jy-l: t1)1
; '
,:
A "Set 1 biked ham urelull prepared \ ." ." ,
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RIAL ... sth $3.63 .wit l ,cloves. neappli, and I I I Lt and Mrs, H, W Frazier are \\ ,II" ...._. -o-/;,"/"iII". ''> ,,,
few M.u"IIIO I cherries li I coir" ..
fERT RESERVE ..... ... Sth $1.13I n'I..1. delight niron and season' are spending a few days with his ; 4 :. t\.Yf i'f
parents, Mr. and Mrs C. A, Frazier -' '. .... .
American breakfast ...
1 staples" I nn I the .J ttt.1't' ,.
I CALVERT 5th $4.76 of West Palm Beach, and .
table "lIlp Ham .: la ai Ampr '
{ :1
Iran in the P115.i l-lppl river.! Sal'' I her parents. Mr and Mrs. A T i1:! ; I :; /{ : ; ,: ,,,,
.. ..
RAVEN ... Pta $215 ..1 '0 '.
po k n'l 1"her II i,p"'rtinl product or Van Tassel of Stuart Lt, Frazier i:, }/t.A \
: rC"" "t '" ,; f.f 1\ 'I
RAVEN __. .. !'jPta s $115 the pie l I. teed to season many I I Is en route to California for over- ":' n <1't., ..." 'It. .qt : i' 4
dlKloiont the "lerll'an) 11.or\ every bras< duty. His wife plans to join .: > "tJ
N ... :;,
dan i menus' A afire 1 or two or hair I I him In a few months v r e r '.i'/,I ( ,.. ,':);,'/ tf. ;:I "'''J ',.
baVrl In Iii.I i h the same wey ai the ,it ztalp '
; I -- -------- ;; "f! ;" 1 \
whole l him, should, prove eall.leetnry l AI' : ,
HRISTMAS SPECIAL for a .".11 C M 11111!,. !II0c::= OQOOQ I.ff ) -:, : ,.\ v'.' "J"

"1'." k "I. enn spp.srtnt In good. I Too Late toCLASSIFY ; .. ;., ;:. ;<'?\ S' _: 1-
''ETE HAGENS $2.99 I supple! l in ''h' n ,,11011" fond *tor. I I f'f.f !\,.,' w ", ". .... '"' WI'if'Ii. MJ; f
alC'1fI"' I ', In i the A I I' S'rvil' forIlIII '
:
(I( 't.i 1 ,M rs ,,,,,11111. fine fond can I 111'q,;: :; )-' .' '/ < ,;. .' .t''' .z.fI./I.
tOO he n.,,d fr,>e't IT the \niprlean, con I\j, w.,,. : ;v'.it ). ,: :"' tt :! '
Proof Rye Liquor : ,. .
/ : ,
.' t./1,
fits neenerally. known I fAif ii
meat ; ;
in-'' By RUSSELL KVIn ,. '" ,
"JI' ",<> 'f.f''l '% :
.. '
an PtrrK f" d store the tat ; .". ;"
Sf
I Ouane' ;'" ,le tie ndil tlonal material 'c-OQO.-: lOClO, .1 w1JII Budweiser Beer ".::::n.c";" : ,. ;fI-:"

that nay be oa"Iand e-.-onomlca:ly the light of what has happened ,, t 9 (Premium Beer) :/ ';;.1;.,:'',:" ;'Y: ''''' .. < ,,; .Jf \f
utll",d II roergy.:; 1\11 .iI" ..\- ;' > < t't );,
.i. '' ,
>
( 5th $4.18 since FlorIda led the way .
RKO White Gold Label '
or This Snadar, f tor dinner try react I + o On Draught ,- .\ @
loin of p"r1., with mashed potatoes, I by adopting a rlght-to-work ."..." .. .. ,'"
2 16 < .
_
RICO Tenth that Attorney \ ,
m sauerkraut aid ipple auci. Try amendment It appears : .'
that t. 10 I'1.ntl. General Tom Watson and -- ,. .. ./IIi"" -,.
1 1.32 I bro'''ncurappfn f t' ,
RICO Half Pints .. I
ful, for dessert; top II eft with i those legislative leaders who w
tP
RDI l Cuban ............. .. .. 5th 565 benl)age II fought for this legislation were I I
doing a swell Job of advanced g gI
RDI l Porto Rican ............. .......... ..5th $4,30 I and constructive thinking which VISIT TOMMY'S PACKAGE GOODS STORE

CHICA ........_............ .... 5th $3.94 now reflects Itself to their credit M
and to the state's.

CHICA ..................... ....... 10th $205 Expert One by one other states are I WHERE THE LOWEST PRICES PREVAILR

CHICA ................_.._............ ...It Pt $1.25 Watch RepairingBring ,I states falling( adopted In line similar and three resolutions more

SAL .........._.._.......... .... .. 5th $4.16 on November :5 I Arizona, Nebraska |
: Home and South Dakota. The FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
To
tAL ............._................ ... ..10th $2.16 \'our'ork\ My Arizona amendment reads:
I Al 80 Hest Third Street I

UL ._... .. ..._.....................>/ pt. 1.30 No persos shall be denied the 1 WE HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE I ;

WARD RUM ...........................__ .... sth $4.18 I Charles H. Jackson I opportunity employment to because obtain or of retain non- of :;

t>WARD RUM m...?................. .. .-lth $2.18 I membership in a labor organization -
state
I nor shall the or any

WARD .....................................'/a Pt. $132 1--- ib-dlvlslon thereof or any corporation WHISKIES WINES and CORDIALS
I Individual or association I ,
CA RUM. .__........._.................-.Sth $4.18 of any kind enter Into any

"NA SPECIAL ..... 00........... .. __ ..5th $464f s agreement which excludes any
Abs: person from employment because H
or non-membership In a labor GIFT PACKAGE SPECIAL .-

)f fer a complete line of Domestic and ttZt,' SI organization" That Is practically .4'
word for word the language hi "
and Cor- I amendment MADE UP Christmas Dinner ?w t
>rted Wines, Gini, Liquers of the Florida q f
In the cues of South Dakota XtTommy's
s. and Nebraska the language U

'closely follows that of the FlorIda I In Any Combination Grill
ABSTRACT amendment which appearsto
INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS TAX AND TITLE be taken as a pattern for such I

JAN IDEAL GIFTHARWOOD'S- legislation although South Da-

$5.99 TITLE INSURANCE kota goes even further than I TOMMY'S BAR ; .
I FLORIDA Florida In that It Includes a pen el) M ,

alty for violation and provides ,<# i
IA fine Imported CanadianStraight ABSTRACT CO. that any person guilty of responsibility I TOMMY SAVAS ... .
.Aged: Whiskey: KENNEDY. for the closed shop Is sub w
JIM I
era.td.ntSIUAST! ject to a fine of $100 or 90 days
FLORIDA uninisonmeut: The Nebralu tSS W/SiS3iS&9&/ t.fi t:: tt{ tttt.t: tt t: tt; : t.t:: .t: tttCtii:1IlI 4
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MEN WORK IN SHIRT SLEEVES FLORIDA HEN NATION'S BEST LAYER I CHRISTMAS SEALS I Kanlzatlont In
WHILE NORTH SHIVERS AD 'INTEREST SPLITIN NET $671.20 FOR eache usth lh
I.. ?
TB AND HEALTH WORK lected locally
} tor

K FLORIDA'SFUN Nearly doubling last weeks (tlon The in Martin the Pb\C ..tIII'
\
total collection Martin county covered five cant '
lesldenta this week contributed .
I III the \
county ,
f\\
BUSINESS $283.70. making a total of $071 tarlums and two (I
I 20, to combat Tuberculosis Mrs had from ihree ,
t to
Lloyd Travis, Secretary of the tacts which requi 11gl'''
Business Inquiries County Tuberculosis and Health medicalxamina
Agriculture and Ik
td announced
Association today
Gain On Recreation
-
is With only five per cent going During the CI ItN
to the national organization and Coast Guard cute

t Analysis of 150.000 of the in- 21 per cent going to the state Union side and bern ] ,
'! < quit! '!leu received In espouse to 01'ganlzat Ion. the 2.000 county or- port 11.BIt,
I I --- BIt BItI
\, florldas national idvntlsiim II
I II
I It
almost
program\ ho\vs Intuest I
equally divided between the I
t
Mates recreational advantages!/ VISITORWant

:. rl I und Its basic economy. according d ;cet t
to a statement released by Oov-
A Good
Time?
I .' einor Mlllard Caldwell I
The campaign, deslgsed to
M.' 'lIIh.'I' ?,I the I I 11.,1.., I I ach'I''II", imnilitK" sulk in tlieli' shiit slrexs at a recent session "educate" America on the growth VISIT
it Miami 1 Irll i I?. lI.hl I 1,11111". I 1 .ii '11.111, ,Inks"n\ille: Nathan Maui: Tallihassee Braden and development oi Fohldn in
It Rill. IN.MM ,,11 I L'ae.' ( Hi kill.'in 1',111.1, h.I"K ""I,"ui (lm standing' J. Satan I.IOM!. Dajtona the fields of agriculture( Industry THE MARINE RO
t, ", nl'llt'h. Jams I I 1.111111"It"'. 'IHIIIII,, 1"1'1'1.II'I'h.. si.t. Pilershurii. and *e<'rdarof state It ,1. (fray. commerce. rl'l't'allon nnd 1

I pI Iki II'i Leslie Kldd,, Dennis retirement Is bf'ln'n1'1'lrd! i in Community Singing Frolics

Holiday Season Heralded By 1 Hudson.; Ir. Tom Hogarth Dale both magazines and newspapers( i Murray Snyder Plays Your I J
I H,pain, Jim Llttman Charles throughout the natl"nOI .
Coutant and Bill Ougliterson the ten states ,\hi 'hid 111 i A Good Mixed Drink-Fin
J"I Return of Local Students\ Johns B. Stetson University at the Isqulrles New York tanked

I D<,liml has released nine Martin first and California seventh, I 1111' looking qufciirall.*.. at the golden egg Oscar award, lady DRAFT BEER
It --- counuoung people for the yule analysis showed Camphoi Tree, a New' Hampshire hen ountd and bird !b\ ('amll'hor
I College( i and opinion: : !>('ll0Ill'I' 1 From Florida i Slate College ai: mason Including Sara Rolling. The review show t thai 1 while (PREMIUM)
tl I Tivv harm three tulles Fast ol DeLand l Iii unaware: of thera.t
idints !I'omdl'l; Jack Bog- )per
ollalcl Burroughs
-
during httli' mine than a sliiout
that after facing 131< eggs year
,' and several elates I have Parker. Peggy! Joe Ulmt i iMlldird Joe Bttkinin more Information about Florida: PACKAGE GOODSVIC1"ORY
Courson Henry -
ness -I,lid every New llampsl hlrl' hen In the niled Slates I
heralded the holiday season In Clonts Jeanette Rude!I 'with the Intention ul comlnc:
Bob Knowles WalterI
ji As a result uliining this nation-aitle l rontest the golden<<
Serum: county Ihl'I! I I K .u "cacti: and Minnie Louise Queiu : Also I:' I Well. of Stuart B:lly Smith Rio, hue now or later. want to known trophy iithirid 011)111'1''a< presented to the owner by the
(day sees additional/ \t'"lul,1111-:" Pnul and Ooinlcl Thomas who' and Blunt Gideon. Jensen Beach; (but vacation opportunities I ,, the egg ( .
in the
Journal I of Chicago She egg foreground BAR
4meikan\ I'oulty
utindinu tin' V' 01 1 F biinehut }
young people greelhup blends r.n' : icmulnliiR{ 49 per c'nwant\ data
Flo\ll\ South i Georgia College I b' one of the eggs: produced I icy, 1 Lads Camphor Trip after the
.nd former rlasstualCs after sii '\'- the ('ap t'ol 1 city other subjects dealing with
.
Dan I 1.1 is Ui Chuline Keith, un close of the foulest I\idenflv: six hisnt: Inn loll t hat she LOCATED IN THE VICTORY
1':11 i : months! abet ore from ih'ii' From the '' basic economy Raid lhe' ? HOTEL BtCHRISTMAS
t University i 01 1 Fl ildii lillhtl'l': [; 01 l :Mi and Mrs George our tau take a rf'bl.!
I
homes, al i Oiiiuill' ,use Arthur l'hlp-,]> Kllth Oovei'nor.

_31 p.... fIt.:" )IN ......../5 1 4t./JI'.A$n1,<.01....GyFys. .. ,'I.V", 'Y rYRrY67Yh7Y.y7YS7aRrnrl'. .. .. .. .. ",.'.'XU"9nrr"Yf.76f'tNfs.. .+'iP FlRuies given me by Roy C.I I I maIds as to whether! or nut I they) --- i'.tt. pil ': :, '(
.'" ""' "" >. .. ". "" "" ... .._ '>'. '.,. ... ... ..... ... 14 \,(,I'lIhhllhuw/ that letters and could find husbands in F)lot'id,i e Y, a
:'dvi'i'Using coupons sent In fromopiiutllural In the amount of Inquni!" 9
communities total sent In New York heads tin list GREETI
I i ;tt This Year Santa Can
,, ) Bring an $ Id pu cent and Industrial Inquiries while Califoinlff is seventh Tilt
i number i main than 4 percent top ten state on the HM ''in- A1'ITN1 ONIIIEN VETERANS/

Jt he added "II Is Intel'est- I eluding Canada I, are New YuckPennsylvania I \OOR CHANCE TO QUALIFY FOR | RICE ROTE

l: ELECTRICAL GIFT Ins u) note" he: pointed out, : .. Ohio Illlnoi. Nev',' QUICK US ClTl2ENHlP ENDS
Michigan California Indiana -
.,, tint only thiee-lesths of one Jet eey
6J pu cent asked about employment Canada WIsconsin. I DEC'31,194bACT' NOW! I) AND

While we can always use I BecKman told the Governor II I
tr.
SOMETHING FOR EVERY i4
: ONE
; good workers, the campaign is 'that In the 1 past calendar xeaiPOOO '.
u not lesulting In a rush of persons personal letters or more i I
'
1.. __ Irons # I without appreciable means I than 1000 a month have been RESTAURANw

"_ -,,,,;::--,,, tJ: who would compete with our own I sent out In reply to letters rev
"..... Coffee Makers )people in available employment I suestlng mon information "m w
,, '- The breakdown received by I the state. He added that PWI-" & ( )
'
1( :1 f'i"' Floor LampsTable i tie: Governor from Beckman person on the entire list of no [\?
... 4 shows that 13 per cent of the I 360(; had received one of tht I
; Lamps InquIrers are Interested In thieepilnclpal I states I booklets This I, 1"101' WE WILL BE CLOSEDCHRISTMAS

a....L subjects Industry J Ida". Sf
!i! ,I Electric Shavers agriculture and vacations This : "If It were possible t tn check t DAY
; la fcxplalned by the forthilght I he hoes. hie of the stnt this
I I ( L':'\ Table Broilers appeal of the advertising copy :season! ." he Bald. "you'd find the #

\!!v -.... ... which urges visitors/ to "come t great; majority of these\ )people) p$ MR. and MRS. W. H. RICEofd'iriaiarsi
Fruit JuicersBottle Dl : and see for yourself" Two percent ]have come to Florida to naln For add <,oral informo, contact your
..p )0( 1I want Infoimttlon on both''' tint I hand information as we neared Y.teans, Adm,n,it at on offV*.
1 !! .; Warmers i :,I agriculture and \vacations 1 per ]have urged them to do," :ft :-i- : : ),
I !1 rent are interested In homes and ,
';1 J.1t. GE Electric BlanketsWarming retirement only, 1.7 per cent '

_"z \. tf 9 I I would like to know about agrlcul :
L, Pads ::..2P' tore. Industry homes and vaca- '
ton; and some 17 per cent asked
lye RADIOS about a multitude of subjects EDENLAWN NURSERIESOffer
RADIO PHONOGRAPHS
: These. according to the repolt,1 l

Include weather, health sports,
PHONOGRAPHS
? [it tii'e, honeymoons alligators i
hsL t mid even a request i t from two old
; t7. THE: ELFCTRICAL GIFT FOR ALL THE FAMILY b0alt --- -- [ the following in a Special Christmas Sale

\
\ I : BEAUTIFUL FLOOR LAMPS and TABLE LAMPS

l P at. TOUCH OF GLITTER,S i


t. HALL'SPOST ELECTRIC SERVICE I I'j Areca Pa1ms$2,0010,00.



OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 13 i it. dA dtf /'j Phoenix Roebelini Palms-$5.00 8.00

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M. .t='4 + h4.. A+ v.:VA C N. elf dti.eH'Tn', :: W.:S 'r1 a. 'r.v.> ., t. ZI""'-ID. 'q'.N.k.'su Vkky.C0.
eLYd' Y6gdrd'ldWd ,.dd dli4/q41' & .z; YCY ,a"Yd+q.lt'tI"o": ..:.,&Yd mYfL'YGJY/rJYdYYd'YESrfJYffJYd' r q ,
: YY
JQ; ; I Alexander Palms-$ 10.00 20.00


Irt Cocus Plumosus Palms-25/ up



Sprouted Cocoanuts-50/ $1.00

.g 1K WP

Fishtail Palms-$3.00 up \


,
Crotons-50? up



THE FINEST GIFT FOR ALL THE FAMILY I I Hibiscus from $ 1.00 '

Y'e
tI Double Poinsetta-$3.50 (tinned)
I r d
A Radio Phonograph CombinationThe

California Privet- 15ea..


Kind of Music You Want When You Want It Mexican Privet
e,, -15/

Select Yours From Our Stock Now

Various other plants and shrubs '
ZENITH RCA VICTOR
WESTINGHOUSE
Pass lautlur Ntw rhea Drill Imiiim,

t TERMS1 Scirltt wool flannel salt with black Bougainvillea-50/
sequin tripes on the whit collar up
and cuffs. ... -

ITS the unexpected and not the Alamandas-5 OX
RECORDS 1 big occasion that calls for a bit up
of planning this time of year. That
why wearers of Junior rubloni can
"" thank New York's party,minded de.! Aralias$1.00 1 up
;
Symphonies Concertos and Popular Records signer for such all-around festive

costumes ai the lult pictured above.
i In Columbia Victor and Decca Perfect for "doing the town" this

't type of dressy woolen Cult U Just
.a appropriate for weekends In the For estimates on landscaping see Merwln Phillips
country, especially alnce It baa a
black wool blouse _
Thl tenon. too.*Juniors'
HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICE woolen choose from dance a variety dresses of both and shark long can (Nursery located on Indian River 8 miles north


woolen evening. dresses, -of the pack. of Stuart 2 miles north of Jensen-Phone 145-W.)
1% POST OFFICE ARCADE PHON 13 able and not too dressy aort The -
majority are designed in plain or
vA striped Jersey OP, in blight plaid
patterns _



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MORE ARO"T Hit: AUAKT' NS, S'tt'ART.brtln: County FLORID.'rnll SDO ocr tft 194ft PAGE tIT t

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th I Quater Million (d l''Inl1fl' 1 ;ill ibo.n. (him, when, When I rht'st I I n'mirormei: .u., ; r'1I". $ .
"J tin'' MI through GREENE CONRAD ;H" '", ,
'f ,. with|) thin paill'I'll tnlnuied i ' (Caoebmu'' { .
{ (lion I I
xi
DrC ; inner) thai boihi you ,' ertrtr( M'\' i 111 t vlvc'l1 nelrVi, 1, n'f'i iI

Dra ',tructed by the federal goveni:-C-n Martin UK, ,MhX| bOHKl htUN II secretary ( PICKED, FOR ALLCONFERENCE I Loud i they bum out :and mint b<. oft ,, SHOP /N THe ,to wmII':
.. pent! got $290052 fall County bonds whit, n bookkeeper and a lawyer J''placed.(
vault bond I due this year and for tn try to figure out I "In normal time there I Is
TJK! & S fund Whlct I the doWl" no
1'1.o I1ot ,tliai means Interest and sink t he gas I lax does not Provldl, The achooln general fund re- : difficulty," he said! "but now Wfeasure < t-nollh uw
!! :
'ot\(, 1I1g,, rund I received $838 which promises money.a The state Boar(I i IlrlVed Inter $33.043.37 from he'I Kick- there are not enough transform i
sUbstantial kitty. And ers available foi '
finish cut wilt' i -
Im gotS to paying off part oi! Illicit' In thll L I one txccp.' I I very many <
construction next year Which ,, tint that Is the IP' placements We are dlscouraRlm
na' the) cost on thetour' the mean a ?.t slice of Two High School Senior) ;
taxpayers of Martin tax/ money that ,'. use of electric heaters It 1011I
House Count any one
are going !y | Named For Outstanding TOYS-TOYS-TOYS
to gel a cut In Iot'kel. The general school [spell) comes, householders should
Cl The county load bond I & s lax I bills.Schad thE'1I r I,IB fund Performance in IRC
the source of most nchool make sure that the heaters and!
fund received $20 950 15 which l hi ex- I y THIS IS
ittibl (lie money that goes to the Slate funds I Iiendllures' but Special School | Robot Greene, first string. I the electric stove are not In use '
The money for the! District' N. 1 ""Jensen 'at the same time for that would ri{ '
Administration IChOOIR! i received! '
01 i
01 1 t
In TOY LAN D
Board TilInhassee Mrlllln I si 95909 guard for the Stuart Tigers : I
to make Counly gets spilt hit lor maintenance and! put too heavy a load on the
up the delleit upniniids) } and i If[ you don'l( un o I Witilet MO 2 Palm Clly, rcf-Plwd $3.270 37 and I ence eleven.Robert. a seniorht II.t placed If the lights In your I FOR THE KIDDIES "" '"
Radio-- District No } (Hobo Sound.Indlnntowm 'played center for the Stuart house 1 glow! dim, thats I a sign t tin 'PJ ) .s
or : ; :
Appliance ,, team last switched to I :ad Is : ; -
Troubles? ) received $7,714.14 year was 'o getting i too heavy uml) you / k Bring Them In, Let Them
CALLBARTLETT_ which means that all told, In guard at the pinning of the should taro off you ekelili) III'' ..b See Thin Fine Assortment of E
November the school system |In I season doing a swell Job. He hits heating appliances" (('IJ Wh.'S..W1IIn0.Th.m;
'this them) and hits haid When of The "
BROS. county received $48.SOS.07 I one power company pieMclont on Christmas Day.
from the taxpayer) to be used the other players on an opposite 8ld thousands/ of IransfoimcrK
for fur operating purposes How- team 'Is hit by Robert, lie knows ale on older but scarcity of mutt -
ever. this II| not all the i that he was hit by a stone wall 'Hals]" makes ihcli! ('ailvddiv ivhiuhlj Children's
:)> FAST EFFICIENT RELIABLE Inleiesi and sinking: funds various gar. I Jim Conrad; another regulnion ; : [ impiobnbleSIIFLIS All Metal, Rubber and Metal-Tired WAGONS--A11

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n'I''d l a lot more as follow] ,: the local eleven this y'nl'made I I CP.ri1 IIIFIlavfllYSltM Sizes
CI SERVICE Cinuul 8380.07; DistrIct 1 the All-Confeienre second l
Osceola Ave Nome: District 2 -- $104933; tcum Jim played aid and was 1 I SHELLS! SKEE BALL GAMES DART BOARDS FISHING OUTFITS
,J Pllone Stuart 209!) District 3 $307395 These I the' best defensive, player! iloin: sh'I1.. .mil I i(1dmgs! /< lorMikhiff

IIRUICS total $1400335 which the coast In my estimation shell) Jtwelr .ROLLER SKATES .DOLL BUGGIES TOY
.
i Write '
n I fur Ih)lee list\
1 toes to pay Interest and pl'ln'Jlml I -- ----

LIST YOUR 'Kind< r 1'mldvMore>n outstanding bonds j NAVY VETERAN ENTERS LEONE I':. I O, liux DRYSDALE 40 : BOWLING ALLEYS PULL TOYS TOY JEEPS .

Vacant, Improved STUART BUSINESS FIELD Mi mil 'U. 1 I'la.
Riverfront and money Is spent on county i SCOOTERS TRICYCLES BIZZY BLOCKS FOR
I Properties romls than on any other one i tlata4lY OW 4A91u''a1
' Some Exceptional; l Him' in the fifth paragraph, of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Berwick -
BUILDING MINIATURE
Buys TIMBERS. XMAS TREE
I I this report( ) you noted $2885576 are new OVUHIS and Opl'l'I-i iU :
'SR ;,went to county roads, but that is of the sandwich" shop !<>lI'at(1
TTO I Is not all because additional on highway 1 just south I ol (,hl1'0Im'8. ,- HOLDERS AUTOMATIC REPEATER PISTOLS .
UB1NREGISTERED Inxts for the special road and Known as Ku' 's Lunch
brldel dlstilcU adclid $1412700 Car, the shop has bl'l'n- Hinncli 1 1cd II I-
1 lUr REAL ESTATE BROKER 11, the total, divided up) as fol- I and Is open from 11:30 a. m GIVE MOTHER HOUSEWARE
low' ;: District 4 $170073 till 1 1:00: o'clock the next mol's-
Next N
Door To Stuart* News : 1
EK; < 5 -.- $108581! : Dist 8 Ini The Berwlcks lioin NPW
S78a7t'; Dist 12 $203115 York City ore maklnR; 1111'11' home '"$ liES .\ loss; Oi'- ,
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---rlllll8Uli--;_- DM 18 $498.25: Dlst, 17 at their place of business\ Out iCt'ItS, and You (HiveInstil ., 1 Sporting Goods--The Gift For Men
SSG5709: Dikt 18 $3,402.17 of the Navy a year Berwick served '
I "LISTEN"TO chili< means a total of 42983.72 !I two yeais In the' Pa I lie. ;line. II Is Ay

0 'Mhe cash Klckllter collected In aboard the USS Barnes y Mr I If hty t iteasant SELECT A PRESENT FOR DAD
%November/ --- -----
went to maintenince I tiling fo Kixm It

funds for county loads and Will Be .\ LOl',\I. (GIVE HIM TOOLS)
| bildnes I
CALLING MARTIN COUNTYOVER exclusive of the 1049.40 WINTER SEASONIS
I thai the City of Stuart will Kitlii ,UaX1..lkN; \.u

I time KNOW,. Who Willl' HARDWARE GIFTS ARE LASTING GIFTS. USE OURLAYAWAY
But this Is still not all the WAY\ Y AHEADOF a
find to the SpltlciKinl -
.WIRA money put In the bank for exlicndltuies -
PLAN
on county roads and fire; IK., >.>",'
r i 1400 ON YOUR DIAL 'bl'jd .rs The Jensen Road & LAST YEAR I'or IiiMinn.c.. Of III
Bildu1 District received In Its
IIt30 to 11(45 A M 41
Monday Trirou h
( Saturday maintenance fund $434735 _._ Kinds,
T. G. Schreckengost, Martin County Rep II huh, urns the [rand total of r Stuart Hardware Co.

Phone I26-W load cash oollected to $48.380 53. Power Consumption Index 1ED\ MAPP

..... Other units I,I Points To Increased .
--- ------ -- --: II Kickll ei' could Just have i t Activity I Cerj Kind nfHione

topped there, he might have 1 -- I II I JII.ural1 I The Store of QUALITY and SERVICE

considered he had done quite a It ) 19 1>.(|. Arcade I
LUMBER j )lob( but his labors go on I I Florida winter season is almost -
VETERANSIF Tin Florida Inland NavIgatIonI two month! ahead ol seliedile ...
DIM; i'let which Is responsible for I ---- -
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IMP existence of the coastal via-f: This was revealed In figuiesleleascd ''

YOU HAVE PRIORITIES, SEE ", IWT\\ from i Jacksonville to ] Monday by McOregor I ;yrirur7Yrrpre.... .!.':'awpFcao.', ', : D.o.Mas:.'b"'b. .<$+urg "'IS""t"br... su'+nnr. ,Ts" ..,.rr'"r !' I.,.'r.-tarnr" .'...,...C'blfJ'. "_yn,"" us'b:+pa9mDa.,:... .' +p I'J'I'.r./I""tJ'/l'bIfJ'M". ". + ." ... '.'''......f'x "'x
\ US FOR Miami: got $838. I Smith/ president of the Florida ... .... .... "i..i '. "i .._"" ;;. .., ..\ ". "" .... ". ..... ""'- "" '. .., /,. !.,. .. _'_ W ... .. ... ",, ", ... .....q.o'q. Of. ... .,. ......., ,., .....,,.." ......"
'I The Martin County anti-mos/ Power & Light company, which 'f
quito district! received $508104 I, showed that ciicily consumption ) 4 r.
i Building MaterialsWE to uirv on the job of abolishing'' Is greater now than It was 11J ff. ASK ABOUT
1 he pest I it the height of the season last SHOP NOW FOR '
1 IK Jupiter' inlet l< t fund I year in FcbiuaryIhe .
WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOU &;r OUR ;
mlved i ; $167010 01 'irse )power company presidentsaid !
I h I no Inlet because the I 1'1'-1 that Its system peak last ;, CHRISTMASJEWELRY I:
I closed It but there me debts Friday night was 230000 kilo '
r
'I lu' Palm City tovuislle fundimlvccl ( watts the highest ever uhhh Y Yr Lay-Away

$10019: the Jensen exceeded the mid-season peak iJ": tfliJ
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tfr. '
uvuislle fund received $119249 lost year by 20000, kilowatts i ? :;. Plan
I J ;i "X
and the Salerno townsite fund New customer connections p ,
':ot $112009, : these mon'ys111 I another barometer showed 20- I ; o d
(.u toward the liquidation of old 000 more customers today than -
i <'bls. I at this time last year. I a
,
a The' St. Loire Inlet] dlstilctn 'Iorlda's growth Is vividly qi a s GIFTS .ey, rr4a
as I nd look almost as much cash l: leflected In these statistics," I I tl;
aLRnnao ro.uno rouR NouttLYLR1'TNINO ,.is tin\ "toad funds The Inlet Smith slid He pointed out that f, t* ; WE
11 M NIR YOU.OROR n1.111111 i ''Hmc i fund got only $1,- ,I an even greater total will be : '1 GIFT WRAP q
4'!.!sbut i ( 3771027 was deposlt- shown when his company Is able

,.9r@rrr7 ilsrf,9lr hh'p. ,,, ,:. ,+navl, .lsjr -' -- I to get scarce construction materials, "The for scat scrv'c- FOR XMAS
trig sew
ticr"r'r-w.u cV d
.w :

:THE f :; il ilu fly these transformers of copper new has connections wire slowed, poles down even and! i '


J PLACE of FUN" I Items combing though( and the the has company nation biought' for Is poles these fine-In 4 I> "ONLY 4 MORE SHOPPING DAYS" ad4


d from as far as Washington." P
'TILL CHRISTMAS
u !But; along with the optimistic
| A SIGHT! jj outlook for season business RI I
EVERY NIGHT IS there came a warning that ,t OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK DURING THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
of tiansfoimers
scarcity may ;,1
cause a seiloui problem In eventIf Q 1 1a R0

| MURRAY SCHNEIDERp I If formers Smith a cold are explained snap used to that reduce tians-the I U? FOR HIM FOR HERRINGS ft faS

electric cut'lent from the high
voltage to low for home use q RINGS 3 '

f j PLAYS YOUR FAVORITE \ 1? WATCHES WATCHES JS 3

cd for the general I & S fund ,
WATCH BANDS WATCH BANDS.
!J YOU SING ITt f and the special I & S fund set up 6
for the Pape-Wiight bonds drew WALLETSCIGARETTE COSTUME PINSWATERPROOF ; ;
5 0 MAt $838006, which makes the totalof t.D t.
.r.. !fri : t CASES BEACH BAGS :
n. cash set aside for this tem- 3i
t porarlly-dead horse amount to FOR THE HOME '

9 $4758659 The Palm City dioinage dis- I SILVER rfiT

r THE MARINE ROOM BAR 9 trict fund received $148,23'which 6 1 ;
9 was the smallest deposit) to anyone
w fund Fancy Elexa Plastic Alarm Clocks

MUSIC PLAYED The Everglades drainage dish ,
DANCE d tilct derived $543.74 from the
< the S WATCH REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING-ONE WEEKS SERVICE-ONE YEARS GUARANTEE i
I i t-ml1! tax and $3 657 36 from ,
r BY $ acreage tax, or a total of $7- f1f DI ,

I 20110, STUART JEWEL SHOP I

!! LOUIS BURNS AND SONGSTRESS DOROTHY TUCK g reached When this Klckllter point kitty there had was 5.i.i. ..

da nothing else to divide Lack look- '
V r I'll< at the good book and discovered OUGHTERSON BUILDING '"' 1

Hotel Dining Room i; collected that 73 In per one cent month of the he total had 0 STUART ., : :'

Victory 4 tax roll which this year stands OWNED AND OPERATED BYJT:. #. .
iit $33448738; Lacy Is probably .
NOW OPEN FROM 5 P. M. TILL 9 P. M. 9 the only man In Martin County MARIE J. FOX ire I
h who does three-fourths of his I Iyear'
!! PAUL GERHARD > ,, work in 30 days What in OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS % ,,
fp the world will he do to keep busy 1 J .
2 P A" >f Ytll+TlTlm'' qr r) 9>1.(C ,the nc\t eleven months? iVi: :;i :: :) i&&,)'ti):'&S :-a rxY vev :i'i m )a :h revs ) 7
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../J: FADS Ti THE STtART NEWS. SWART. !Martin County, FLORIDA TIU'RSDAT, DEC. 19. 1946! -
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--- f LEGION TO SPONSOR mull"11""

Ir I 1 Governor Calls on Sheriff Operates Business from Wheei Chair Water Conditions FluctuateIn I FIELD DAY FEB. 22 I I See Where- -- ilia]

Iluioicl John post of the Amcil- .
Okeechobee Regions by W. II, (Kill, !nlintuitnne'
Lake \11t1'htll
I To Crack Down on Firebugs cun Legion meeting Friday nightat
I
Civic Center' voted to -
the
The J, C.'s huvi, ',' ::
field day In Stuart 'I' yjjdaY nlgtoeorge
month of I sponsor a
r. The board of commissioners ofEverglades !Kiiinc! manner the dry
0\) (') 110)i Mill.\ml I ('.11<1well has ( t fire out tlol i I Poe) l.un whinu reb 22 Commander Fred A committee for 1111'I'I,' -I I n 0Jt
01l11t'I l I made the following summarizedreport plete disaster to crops followingthe further i
Is In it 1- cussion and tabled for ulate interest and 'e df
,
to (oil<>ru' forest fire prevention educational pioKiam! in I ,, ,. Jlve, the
of water conditions In theEverglades heavy rainfall of Nov. li II action was an offer by Hugh
feet with only i l>ol'lIon of tilt bershlp. McCullu
law in !M u tin county October and of the influencing factors WlllouRhbv Port Sewall, of a 1.
M<>rid 1.1 has the worst record : woodland under cooperative! tie I rr. November during hud any been less favorable dUl'lngthe tract of land for the building of The Sunrise Inn .II}1n V. Ja k
6n In control tally home.FORMAL pool Is Hearing comi)!':' I ,
Ii woods nits ol any state past rainy season, a general a Legion 'I. '
1.1(. this country," the Oovernoi "In the counties having a fire r. Light l'alnfa1In\ October reunited flooding would certainly have shuffleboards art ben! II,:;
mroto As chief law enforcement protection program, your direst In moderate declines In resulted DANCE TO ed for use by the t'\\1, "
officer In your county I cooperation Is requested to investigate ; liter levels throughout the Everglades I Declining water levels during HONOR ALUMNI The city recieatinicnt \ ""P. (

am "leiiiPMlngoir cooperation all file which may occur This decline permittedthe I the month exposed higher lands Is organl/lim ;iI I ""u'
and direct action to help reduce It U also hlRhlv desirable 4s.:, : lowering of canal levels to i I that were inundated In September honoring!:! the alumni of SLuul.t1IIgh ball tenm They will I. ,
formal
UK number' of such llres 'that )'OU Investigate as main more favorable stages than those The soils of the wild muck School, a teen-age -1. $1.00
: .' As Von know Section 590 UFlorida firm an possible In the counts that prevailed during September I and peat lands are generally dance will be held at the Stuart with the girls team" ,. ", $
;' Statutes! 1941 providesU hot having n lire' control pu- t Above normal rainfall to saturated however, and oxldai civic center at 0 p.m, Saturday, school and other I, .,
( 111.lIll'lou" 01' "Ilful Intent tobin mum) Your active follow up on the end of September in the up- I I i lion temporarily ancsted While December 28 Music will\ be furnished near by towns SEE
,
n) u"olIal1rl'( or lists co11InI ii testigatfom\ by ippropmuilllMs per Glades emphasized the inability vegetation Is dying. as is seasonally by the Palm Bcacheis
S .\ {( '>I1 ,wd ,,2'' 'ltl'e- i Mill u o In toward 1'1- of the canal system to I I normal and grass fires may Patents of teen-agers will be -' ED':(
less vwL1un> l11 .JI. } 111(51) 1.1' (. ;('int. t tin' (11)1 i ill"Us annual funs Cove' COOL I R 8.0"co. 'rcer'"9 (1on' woe -.d,, pa.alylrs. ) 01 .III Cuihv5, lope with this quantity of lain- I now be expected to occur, the i dmlltecl free Charge for others Stuart BoatRentals
COn,' i1I{ .I I1lvh" II (LIII) "< lIII'IIIW: 11 "In '' 1 111'i -/1111'1"( Voles' As" '''0'-'' HOlr"ol" F.o'. _9hom MOil ekosn w..h. hi" brsthee,, I fall I water level in the land Is favorable Is SOc it ouplc. and $1.00 "stag". Car Fei(
"I). 'sane( 1 .,. I I.?.' I". ,' ,,It, L".I i 1 III'i ',,1 i .I., b"ln" 11id Low I s5r,, .a 0 "ch O. oar of( I h..t Iucti, shit on pall tie, Ike hOlp"ol." Copts, Only the disparity of heavy to prevent soil damage at ---- I
Uu )I'1 1 I''I'' "' ''';' 1\ .( ( Ir.I'I''I" I- ,t: I.C'' I ',, ,1'I.., t",., \"II i .u,"i I\- B,oco w'00'"t a t"wtk..ng and coi feeln5, aim ot Donvcri Moil u Iteming, to and continued rainfall during I present .\ \\"WI'I'Ut EGG
t ''I. .,.1 1 ",1,111 I- 1 ""I. ')1\) :..1.\i t 1'i : ," ,.tu,n ,11.Ills|' sole 0ge''_ e'rd'spec 100.0 b. 10155, 0"'0'.0.1,.e a1s15t' 1n the bus,,...,. the months preceding October I After the general recession of A nII'I'I'd; I Itmk hen of the Feeler C.ork At lJ 5 /II..
--, --- --- i aided by the ground water storage canal stages during October, the lloMl lra\ls flock this week t Rees 01 ,1111 filet4 .. ELIChri
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I laid, a whopper egg' Weighing -'lest Inboad 5,11 ?
available at the beginning District, near the end of the
\1 of the rainy season and the relief I month, closed the coastal con- a I must five ounces, the ergl11l'a"Ul'l'h For River Fishing Only
Car
Highest Cash For Your Mrs. Edna Coutant Observes around
afforded by reverse flows trols In the arterial canals In an ) 0't i inches By Hour Day Or Wee)
Unto: Lake Okeechobee, prevent- effort to conserve water. The the center portion and 9 38hU'hl'5 M. L. (Mac) McKillip,
WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe led I the overflow of levees In the heavy rain of Nov 1 necessitated In circumference end-
can pay you the O P. A limit for your cat whichis 25th Year As Church Organist agricultural muck lands and their re-opening only a few days I ulst>, It I Is. on, display at Stuart P. O. Box 796
general fall crop loss (In the after they had been closed. !lied Stoic_
as much as you can get anywhere and I ------- - ---
STY WITHIN THE LAW :ill- Edna Coutant organist of bUy every singer who has come I 1.--__ _. _. _, _, __ __ -- -- --- -, -- -, -- ------.-.-.--. .-Ir-edvA....m.......S.+,..s.+.iJP' I.oPJ ..r.1"Jt'II'.Io'" ,'..... ".._ rrR .,.
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I III. st H..ll. I !Mt :hodlBt church, will\ to Stuart Dec 22 hc will play p '
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. ,,1", br.Iher i 25th anniversary the organ accompaniment) to R 625
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311.23 South Dixie n urns: and pianist at this Handel Messiah for the third Ii ',!

Fort Pierce, Fla Telephone 190 \H'''.I i 11111.11'1 t 11: ns iii, Elwln" performance Clyde andt'Intti I I time.Known to many as a teacher C his ho 1m 'sty

[ i. will sinn! in the chorus. for having been principal of the 1 Osc'F
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I :... ., ( dix: Coutant know, Hobe Sound Elementary School
.!' ( .11'i .duo' is her fingers 4f44,
for nine years, and having taught
'ii ui 1 1)1')i IIP right note, that
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GULF STREAMSAILFISHING ,1'1' u' ild i b(({'une the center oj''I In Salerno for the last two years, | are making big preparations forty s y i. I IBe
she has given her spare hours to *W
1 .11) 1 s 111H'II'.11 i life, but since '
I '. rile].. !hiss i < 11.ivcd for pmcticll her rhuich and music I your Christmas feast this year
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11 I. 111(1 l'1' 'III) SOUTHERN COLLEGE Vf Their Market Basket is filled to the,,;<, -I N I ''''I,

OFF ST, LUCIE INLET lit: \\"" '1111 I' MUM, RESUMES EXTENSIVE M
i brim with the season'sgoodies ;'t I //N.
OR BOTTOM AND REEF FISHING ,. BUILDING PROGRAM (+ ( ','111I pr
1 r. .ih isst'<' Attorney J Tom sy'I

.!" '- -- t'tlt''Ii i his! ., expressed doubt that Lankeland -- With a simple I and an extra "
11 1.1\" ul Hoilda make It 11- $$ wait.of
.' ; ceremony marking the resumption I
of '
-',uU .( L.I! 1 10, transport moonshine : of 1U blulding expansion f generous portion <-/iA ,

.:, /: ,. h -..Kiilihough; possession of program,; Florida Southern col. every conceivable dish i i''t' I.
I
':' I :.. r t ..... ,i eh( } moonshine is an offence, In I loge on Monday broke ground
ao, piiilon, to County Judge J, for its 'new $125000 administration W Q from soup to nuts \
M! He un DI Suwannec county, W
II" h.>d II1quu'cti as to whether building, Designed by Franl fy will be waiting for t ,
Lloyd \Mlght, Intel national!;
.' m.11. could( be )prosecuted forM I I $
offenses If he Know architect the new bluldlni r STtews
( 01 t\\0 wash selection. ,
'I I U_ I'vith moonshine. followi \'.ill be the first permanent quar rd your ,
I ,1, i'li,IM( 01 I several miles In tors for the college admlnlstratlx rnI
the sixth bluldlin
\>, )hl uh III wits' transporting it to staff and
rh<' 10J'I1l'Y' >i general! advised I lea new campus group begun C
hHn only fur illegaloe5sluu (time 1939Accoidlnx! t
i tu prosecute I t {
to u comment by I P
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( Outrigger Added Since Photo Taken ) uj (0- f
President Lucid M. Spivey ; !
THE BRAND NEW SPORT FISHING CRUISER -- -- 1 Southern during the ceremonythe
I.J \OUI' !' )program can be planned. etrctlon of 12 other buildings or 47 Pdl o '''Fea
"O P A H
1.L \K iniuirmcnt. property ap- lit west campus within the nexl I
piled nun play a most vital parti ,, few years.CAPT. .
CAPT. J. E. (JIM) BROCK i, pitvtntmi I wood fires By re11u178 -- ----- t'
\ these lues Florida i fol''lIHiUIJ LANCE BACK
Speedy Comfortable, Roomy i IS <'''in ('ontlmu( t topl'U- FOR THE SEASON I, y
'i 11111":' ''I'., il) dollar ui revI I
Brand New Tackle and Equipment .., P. Limit hUb r sI
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"'. 'I aJl11\J.I \ : C: ipt \i) toi j,
Phone 105-J Nights 1 .. .. .\IK'i, .1 ,'1.I 1-.1-i 1 1111)1" 1 i .?. Stuail with his sail, S]
., .. ':Mon which \ul j
J \: I..' ::1'1111 n
( Phone R C Johns Stuart 581
Day at I It
) "I ,III,i b. I be, 'tiled a' the Light I
1.1" ..11''" ,in'k tar) Un "'':ison :f. I y
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With A Thoughtful ..I'
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GIFT from f BRUNERSOPEN V ROAST TOM TURKEY BAKED VIRGINIA HAM ifIli t

Dressing and Sliced Pineapple
119 I! l

Cranberry Sauce Raisin Sauce \Ili
Ilis
75c 65c ,

FOR HER FOR HIM 1 s ?
n HALF FRIED CHICKENand 9
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EVENINGS One of the Finest Selections t>( PerFind the Way to His Heart With One ,, D!

fumes and Cosmetic Sets on the East of Our of Our Nationally Advertised French Fries tyft )
EVERY DAY t t
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' elected president STUART. Martin County FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1946 PAGE: ELEVEN .
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'/ and Mrs.
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Merry Gentlemen .!{
vey Shelton -
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I business meeting secretary.Mrs.After th Christmas 'In Norway by Mrs. QUOTES l Mrs. Chas. Conrad, sr., and Mrs. shopping tour. r.: I
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L Fred
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elms .1BS. O. D. Qt'ir.LEYlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIWIir Merritt, program chairman Luther.eaerse* Story of Martin Wagert. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burchardare ,
51 sented a pre OF THE WEEK"My Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller left the i
very interesting proud parents of a
I pro Song Immediate Delivery i
oh Christmas I Thursday for Morgan City La.
+fAheld its regular meet- gram on Christmas In the dUo Story Tree. wife teli. pretty Indignantwith I daughter born last week at the
DJ!! of[ to spend Christmas with their son "
ferent BethlehemMrs.
"\' night at eight o'clock. Nations. Jack me. -Itobt. L.FanuuortH, Martin County hospital.
:1 rrld'Y Osborn, Vlce-Presi- Christmas hymn Silent Night.I'tie Town Saunderson Song: Oh Llt- ft,., V. S. Rocket Society/ who and daughter The Palm City Women's club 4 CYCLE GAS POWER LAWN
v George by the of Bethlehem Path about tilling to the mom, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohannonand
Fred Peder- congregation. will hold their Christmas party
.' presided: Mrs. I Christmas In children Debris and Ronaldof II MOWERS
n t Legend of Ireland I Italy Mrs. J. p. today Dec. 19. Gifts will be exchanged
by .
"'n t jive\ the devotional and Mrs. Ceorge MMEngland : Wllbar Song: Away In the Man- "Thert ti no gravy train a vet' TItusville called on Mrs. Mar-
lead In prayer I Osborn Song Good King:Isar. by 1st l and 2nd ran can ride without eventually tha Whittle Wednesday. I and a social time enJoyed II
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NcCullum j, Wl.'nl.'lslas. Why the grade. paying! hie fare."-In. Omar Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Andersonend ELECTRIC POWER LAWN MOWERS .
I Chimes
inn Itfri., Jack Saunderson was song, God Rang Song Bradley, Veteran Aaminiitrator. The Palm Church :
)( -- Rest Y e I Joy to the World. son of Stuart called on Mr. City Sunday
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: ---- -- ----- -- I There ass a crowd of I and Mrs. Fred Pedersen Monday School Christmas tree entertainment :I REGULAR LAWN MOWERS ', I[
50 '
,, people will I be held at the church
n:.t.t"p t tare present evening.iiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiii
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"Reconversion In record lime, ,
i Mrs. J. -. McCullum lop ...gfi and high employment on Friday evening, Dec. 20, at Easy to start Easy to operate I
ORANGES I Friday to spend the winter arrived with I I, ware not accomplished by a l l 7'30. Everyone Is Invited. I

her and daughter.family Mrs. W. L. Merritt Board destined broken-down Chairman.for the economic Ira scrap Moilier heap"-.system,!National Palm City Newsy The American Red Cross was Humphries Tire & Appliance Co.

PER I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mathers I .of Manvfactvrtn. ANNA B. DAYIIIIItit111111IiiPitlIltiiltidliiIPUIlll111H founded In 1881; the Presidentof
$$1.00 BUSHELALSO sanounce the birth of a the United States became its I Fort Pierce, Florida
son In
I Melbourne president and the War Department
J rt hospital last week "It la no mere coincidence that
SEE OUR FANCY GIFT BOXES OF I Mr and Mrs. Charlie Thomp- i i the American private enterprise Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cordery of Its auditor. __ ---
FRUIT -- -
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son announce the birth of a I system in peace and In war Cortland N. Y. arrived a week I
- ED'S FRUIT and NOVELTY SHOP I Charlie Eugene, Friday, December son- greatly out prod II Cf"! the alive or ago; in their trailer and are visit-
13 In Martin collectivized economies of the ing their old friends, Mr. and
t Cor. Federal Hi-Way & 2nd Ave. Stuart Mr County hospital. .orld.-M. S. Rukcyser, tconomitt. Mrs. L. S. Oregorle. After look-
Florida and Mrs. Donovan Smith ; .
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ol St Lucie Inlet Farms announce __ Ing around they expect to select Sparkling Gifts With A Future
the birth of a son last I "The time his come to halt the.nrH.I. the spot they like best for a per
r i week In Martin County hospital. .. tactics of Soviet Ru. manent home in Folrida. 0
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSHOUSE Mr and Mrs. Oeorge Osborn,, ala and her Communist depend- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gregorle
sr and enclea."-fret. Wm.Green,AFL. left last week for their home I
son George, Jr. were Sun- : In 1 Buy Now for Christmas
my'eel WIRING I day guests of Mrs. E. O. Pauk' Chicago' after several weeks visit
] in Fort Pierce. "All Ihone who are enamouredof here with his parents Mr. and ,
APPLIANCE REPAIRSFree j i I Mrs., George Oiborne the Russian system of government Mrs L. S. Oregorle.
spent I should be given
lip one-way
i Monday Orlando.i Mrs. Tina Stossell's mother of &
Pickup and I ticket to Moscow. -Itep.R. W.
Delivery Service I
Y.Rhinebeck Brunswick, Is 1 11 We Have A Urge
.i .n.... u and_ .Mrs.. W. C. Philips Mr. Gwinn N. Qa. visiting at the
Stossell home here.
I i .niu "KITS Norman Eggleston
and Selection of Ladies', Children's
Mrs V E Howard, a-H-r-t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cseky again
Jr. of
Christopher Electric Golden tj
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.,"1< Shop Gate were callers In West Palm I N. Y., M have their small daughter home and Men'sRINGS
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Beach Saturday night. Decker of Rhlnebeck, N. Y., Mrs. with them. Since birth she has
i2S O.ceola St. Phones 117-182-M !, Leon Owyer of Tom's River ''N. been a greater part of the time
I;, Mr and Mrs. S. E. Lane and I IJ.. Mrs. Edward JIarrod and Mrs. In Good Smaraitan Hospital, I
( daughter Mary, of Palm Citycalled Mcggett of Red Hook, N. Y., Mrs. West Palm Beach
I I on Mr. Martha Whittle Emma B. Smith of Daytona Mrs. Oscar Cobb received word c

Sunday Beach Mrs. R. Martensen, Mrs. this week of the death of her See Our Ladies'A
FOR SALE ,: Mr and Mr. Richard Over- Mary Chandler of Salerno. First daughter's husband on Dec. 11, + Ci V
i hlser of Brewerton, N. and Men'sWATCHES
Y. and
I II II prize was won by Mrs. Herbert after a long illness from arthri
II Mrs Overhiser' sister Mrs. Decker; second prize by Mrs. tis. Their home Is In New Jersey.
Louise Joslln of North Syracuse, Emma B. Smith. After ,, Ii !
games Mrs. Ida M. Pinney and daughter IBulova
FIRE WOODBY ; N(lor Y.the and winter Mr. J. Dutton are heer refreshments were enjoyed by Miss Mabel Pinney expectto w
arrive before Christmas from U
1 1I 1d I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over all.Mrs.. Tlllle Hultz of Spring Arlington N. Y. Mrs. Pinney will 1 1 Illinois
I hiser. Mr. J. Dutton and Mrs. Lake N. J. arrived last week to remain for the winter. Mabel will 111 r t 1I111 a m
Ella Prescott spent) Sunday at spend the winter. Mrs. R. Patter- return to her work after a today n 1'n', and Swiss
THE CORDBe the Singing Tower. son of Trenton N. J. and Mrs vacation. 1t ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over Harriet Allen of Allenwood N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Burdick 0b
prepared for those cool days. Don't hiser. J. Dutton and Mrs. Louise accompanied her and ,
are living of New York new owners of the Special Purchase of Costume Joslin
were callers in Miami with Mrs. Hultz.
wait. We have Shotwell home have written that
hand
on an ample supplyof .
, Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wilson of they hope to soon be able to M
I I II' wood to take care of your needs. SJ'ble DeLoach of Valdosta WorthIngton, Ohio arrived come south. They expect to build Crystals Fitted While You Wait
II Ib b Oa.. and Winnie Pedersen enJoyed Saturday to spend the winter a new home on one of their lots USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN
a day's fishing Tuesdaywith Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Budd and here. o
SEEKENNETH
I Fred Pedersen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Decker ofRhlnebeck Rev. and Mrs H. L. Packardwill
' Mr. and Mrs. Odell DeLoach ,, N. Y. arrived here in haev as Christmas week
I'I'I. STIMMEL have moved in their new homeIn I I their trailer last week to spend guests Mrs. Packard's sisters,, || LaPointe's Imported Costume Jewelry
Salerno Shores. I the winter. Mrs. Speed and Mrs. Herrick
Mrs. Charles Conrad, sr. was I Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Decker, who( are spending the winter 1 ri &' VICTORY HOTEL BUILDING
i STUART FEED STOREPHONE hostess at her home at Salerno ''o: Salerno Shol'es had as their 1 West Palm Beach. r'?
Shores Thursday Dec. 12, for a''guests Thursday evening, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Smith accompanied W Expert Watch Repairing and Engraving
I.'I 210 pinochle party. Guest were Mr.. I and Mrs. Edward Harrod Mr. I Rev. and Mrs. Park-
Roy E. Decker of Salerno Shores, and Mrs. T. D. Budd, Mr. and ard to West Palm Beach Fridayof ,
-... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Budd of Mrs. Herbert Decker, Mr. and last week on a business and lm lalwl'w o efw% 'apa rsNw w w ra'4w a wc9. w a w1m tn .lc wtwpi'o

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$30Personalized |:. SPECIAL .. ........... ............. $8.25 If
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$ Complete Boy Scout Fishing Set. Built ;
!1 Action Rod ft For Years of Pleasure. Complete With 4
Rod & Reel .. $3.60 I
!1 Chrome Plated .... .. .. .. .$20 f BESS HARDWARE !t, -- -
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GIVE MOTHER KITCHENWARE FOR XMAS. GIVE HIMA r+ r
9 NEW HAND-PAINTED CHINA

i 3-Piece (Gift Pkg.) $248 FISHINGREEL

Pyrex Flameware Dinner Sets I
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1tf "f Oven Ware WITH THATSUPERGIFT 32 and 53-PIECE SETS a a ie
11-Piece $235 I

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!! \I':---- ''t'I For A Fisherman $12.95 to 29.50 I

}1 ,., '" DeLuxe Can $035

1-:: Dazey Opener SHAKESPEARE SERVICE REELS $15.00 a

7Pc. Red Glass CONSOLE and
995r WITH BUILT-IN REEL, PISTOL GRIP HANDLE. $750 3fa

Polished Aluminum Universal $ CANDLE ;rGift...... ..........................................................

FRUIT JUICE EXTRACTOR ......'....."..""'..... JUST ARRIVED-SHIPMENT See This Beautiful


9 Deluxe Astor Electric $ 14as 50 HURD SUPER CASTER ROD $45.00 6-Pc. Gold Seal $S75

TAPS F. RROILER ... ..... .. .... .............. I COFFEE BREWER SET. ........................ ..............f .1.1a
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9 Radios See Our Window Display DailyON DOOR CHIMESMost


. Crosley THE AIR DAILY 5:45 P. M.
Complete Line On East Coast. All '

BATTERY SETS .. ... ..$41.85Indudinr Day Phones 38 and 216. Nite 44-R-4 Box N
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J; Ketay CHANGER $125 Complete We Are Authorized Dealers for I t r

RECORD KELVINATOR REFRIGERATION APPLIANCES. 10.

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I_r4 t'AEtEtVE THE!: STUART NEWS STUART Martin County, FLORIDA




( Stuart_ News Weekly Market Basket Page)



.I.V I c====oco oco and Or B. B Johnwlck of Rochester low Mr. and Mrs James H. I 10f several neighbor on a share'
1 I Minn. where Dr. John- Smith on Riverside Drive. I j basis Visit Mr. Slay cane grind- Portable WELDING Service
Social News of NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES
4'
wick Is associated with Mayo I ing operation and see an old-
Clinic The \uiUn will spend I j Mr. and Mrs Arthur L. Schwartz fashoned kettle under modern Anywhere
The Colum Anytime
Stuart Cont'dc six weeks In Stuart and Palm I and daughters Carol Anne County Agent's conditions
Beach end Patricia of Miami Beach OXYGEN-ACETYLENE OR ELECTRIC
=301301 ==:-IOC30Mi I I will spend the holidays with Mrs. I By L. M. Johnson The officers of the Martin

I .. and\ ]MIS, Erwin Johnwlck Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Smith I Schwartz' parents Mr. and Mrs. I County ACA, Edward Mapp, Albert WELDING or CUTTINGDAN

will have ..s their guests for the of Charlotte N. C.. are expected;I A O Plttman The annual election of officerso I Albert Welch, Vice Chairman I Welch, H. M Saunders Paul
.t' I M. Hoenshel, Stanley Smith, Mrs. FAGEN CHASON'S SERVICE
| hnhda v Mr .rllhl1\\'k's mother Monday to spend the holidays fthe Martin County Agricul- :representing South and Eastern STATION
I R J. Armstrong Jr. Miami M J. Boyd Treasurer and Secre-
Association
,, tural Conservation Martin County Paul M Hoen-
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    s A Johnwick with their son end with phone
    spent a recent week the L M.
    --- -. was held I nthe County Agents:shel First Alternate: Stanley tary to County Agent 9122
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    I his sister' Mrs. A. O Pittman, office Saturday December 14 at 1 Smith Second Alternate representing Johnson County Agent and Miss

    and Mr Pittman.. I 4pm. The following officers' I Central Martin County. Lucie Inscoe, Home Demonstration -I'IG'1,6em." bYmr6'16'Yw': .'"n .. ::-0'
    .ao> r.cJ v>JY6'16'If'14vV6'fd'i16'fryiWr.
    -, were elected. Edward Mapp. The above officers representeach Agent, and all personnel I .v61G;;
    Mrs Samuel Miller Schlnlever, I @
    connected with the Martin,
    Chairman representing Stuart section of Martin County.
    tr \ ,\ JANE PARKER who spent' five days last week I: and East Martin County; H M. I County Agricultural office, wish : ILL SET r

    r. \ with Mrs. Willaford Ransom I Saunders Committeeman, representing Richard O (Dick) Hupfel a to extend a very Merry Christ C4ri5
    RICH SPICY Leach at Sewalls Point, has 1 1 5I
    West Martin County; young veteran and his mas and a Happy New Year to I l1
    to New Smyrna Beach to J i
    gone I father have one of the largest all of their friends and they are
    FRUIT CAKE \islt her daughter before returning R
    t 1 I plantings of Easter lilies' in Martin looking forward to serving you
    I to her home in Etowah Tenn. Christmas with Mrs. McCrock- in the coming year with as much
    The Hupfels have
    County
    ''t 1.LB 3-LB. 5.LB. 1m's parents Mr. and Mrs EdwinA planted 70000 bulbs of which II pleasure and happiness they I I OUR SHELVES ARE FILLED WITH i
    d EACH EACH EACH Mi and Mrs J C McCrockllr.ji Mennlnger. at their home on 2500, blooms have been shipped, have had during the past year, '
    of Petersburg\ will arriven Martin I GOOD THINGS FOR THAT
    I Road. with an estimated 8.000 more to Merry Christmas to all
    'I 72c2.29 3.75 ; Stuart Tuesday to spend I be shipped before New Year

    James Mlchaelson who Is attending and 12,000 early In 1947 In addition a CHRISTMAS DINNER b
    the Principia school at I II to the fall planting the Albert L. Hackett
    a --1ei 1i'Rit"! ;\& I I Elsa 111. Is spending' the Christ- Hupfels have an estimated 40- % REMEMBER WE HANDLE t
    i Daily Horse jl I mas holidays with his parents (,00 bulbs planted to ship blooms Bookkeeping and Tax
    MAHATMA LONG GRAINLb i iiJ i I Mr. and Mrs. John Mlchaelson from early In the Spring In addition Service
    : FEED D Cello I of Royal Poinciana cottages at to Easter lilies they have P. O Box 1111 $ QUALITY
    / RICE 2- 30c 1 BREAD 1 1 i i1 Jensen Beach planted 20 bushels of Picardi Stuart Florida
    3 40 Pkg -----1 I I Eladiolla bulbs 40 bushels mixed o] Groceries, Meats and Vegetables i ib,:

    -n__ -. -- I Raymond Glass, who has been |Picardl and Maid of Orleans 10 5tf
    mother, Mrs. Charles bushels of Lavender Reffells and Milk # :
    .Ot INFANTS visiting his Today' Today ORDER YOUR TURKEY NOW
    Talco 16c; ,
    Ground To Suit Your Taste Glass in Stuart the past fort- I several bushels of mixed plantings -
    has returned to Providence of bulblets for Increasing Produced dt
    DAIRY EIGHT' O'CLOCK ALFAR MILKThe right
    I R. I,. where he Is sales their planting stock and SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THAT LAST ip

    Beet Money Can Buy manager of the Coca-Cola company MINUTE RUSH D
    4.15 COFFEE 2 ?Ba' 71c Egg production can be In- PasteurizedIn !f"9r
    Bar = I BUY BONDS ci eased by keeping the birds eat-
    I ing heavy. Have mash avail- Martin CountyBarat's
    Talco Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn of egg r CENTERAL MARKET
    able for them' in hoppers ( a
    Alfar Creamery Cutchogue'. L I.. have taken an
    SCRATCH JANE PARKER DELICIOUS three foot hopper for every 30 DairyP.
    WEST PALM: BEACH apartment at the Edgewater' an- birds), at all times and feed a 1 Cor. Akron and 2nd. St. J, BROOKSSHIPMENT '
    nex for three weeks The Gleans
    2S-lb. 100-lb grain mixture on the mash or on O. Box 1042 Stuart I isso
    Wion
    DONUTS 23c 456 Flamingo Or. 7175 are in Stuart to see Mr and Mrs.
    Bag Bar Dozen James Fyfe. the hoppers later afternoon., tCt.Ct( t: : :
    About much grain should be
    \ 1.15 4.60 Plain as
    and Sugared -- -' -----
    fed as the birds can eat in 30
    Get sweeter, tastier bread! minutes An average good layer
    will eat four pounds of mash and
    PILLSBURYS BEST
    four pounds of grain monthly. ( o

    FLOUR 10 1 O O'r 83c J 5: .43c use FLEISCHMANN'SFULLSTRENGTH two Although pounds a of hen crushed will eat oyster only P/ o o

    FRESH shell this mineral Is
    ------ a year essential -
    MARVEL for good egg production. OOto

    STUFFIN BREAD u4 l2:;;'. 17c I at Have all this times, available, To stimulate in ahopper production a o eday, .

    work the birds ,
    I overtime 0
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    ,4ii by using artificial lights oo
    FOR PIES CAKES FRYING I 0
    a' YEAST and thus extending their day to V
    .t JEWEL 5 about 14 hours If the production
    SHORTENING d 36c
    I increase starts to level off, feed
    as much moist mash as the birds
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    OCEAN SPRAYCRANBERRY I can eat in about 15 minutes.
    Have good equipment. Use feed OF FRESH MEATSFOR
    16 .
    .0
    SAUCE : 24c and water containers that wlU
    Can keep the feed and water as clean
    --- -- as possible that durable and
    are
    MONDAY 23RD and TUESDAY 24TH
    STRAINED that are easy to clean. They also
    should be adequate' for all birdsto
    GERBERS:5 8c I Fleischmann fresh ocfn' Yeast starts eat and drink at one time. SPECIALS
    working right away'! All the strength of the yeast bringsout
    all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of The Pinewood Ranch E. R. (/4 or whole)

    CRISP CRISP ICEBERG sweet taste-light texture-fragrant freshness every time! Adams Manager Indlantown, has RATH'S BLACK HAWK Tenderized Hams ................... Lb. 59c
    one of the most modern up to
    CELERY IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, Insist on date and sanitary abattoirs in
    LETTUCE
    Fleuchmanns full-strength, fresh active this part of the state. This plant SWIFTS PREMIUM LAMBLEGS
    e Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable has cooling with 35 dress-
    a room
    2 ; 19c 2HEADS 25CU. -America', favorite yeast /,,tt/trgy rEetl ed cattle capacity for cooling and .... .. ..................................... ....... .Lb. 59c

    for over 70 years 2 aging beef' The slaughtering CHOPS .. ................................ .......... Lb. 55c

    room and cooler are equipped SHOULDERS ... .... .. ...... ......................................."........ Lb. 43c
    S. YEating or Cooking #,"tfqUlf Aitoceivomrcl with overhead track and all con-
    crete floor also has hot and cold
    ONIONS APPLES A! f running water, adequate drainage ARMOUR STAR BEEF
    and facilities for disposing
    of all waste materials This plant STANDING RIB ROAST ................................ ........ Lb. 59c
    5 23 5 5.LB. 49cttts .
    ,Bag is operated under the strictest SIRLOIN STEAK .... ....................................._. .Lb. 59c

    -r..aor W, irav'v'tars''bm i 3ta''iamlvir lmrmtmr r im3 a,! mind sanitary the regulations killing and keeping dressing of in POT ROAST .. .................................... .. Lb. 49c

    JUICY FLORIDA NO. White meat under the most
    U S. 1 sanitary

    ORANGES POTATOES It's A Real Pleasure !!I I plant conditions.one of Visit Martin this slaughter County WESTERN PORK LOIN ROAST 55* lb.


    15 i I agricultural assets. CENTER CUT CHOPS ............... .................. .... .Lb. 59c

    a-Lb. 33 1 10 O.LB. 35 FOR OUR STORE AND STAFF I. Instead of-being harmful the HAMS 8-lb. to 10-lb. Average .... .... .. ............. .Lb. 49c

    small, raised reddish bodies HEAVY MILK FED FOWL ... ..... ..... ........... .... Lb. 55c
    To Be Able To Fill All Ga found on the under-sides of
    RATH BLACK HAWK leaves of citrus and ornamentalsare (5-lb. to 7-lb. Average)

    HALF ORWHOLE Your Needs For That highly beneficial In that they
    HAMS Lb. 67c J (the fruiting bodies of the red PLYMOUTH NORTHWESTERN TURKEYSHENS
    aschersonla fungus) attack the
    -'- -' -- -- -- -- CHRISTMAS DAY DINNERWE
    AA GRADE larvae of whiteflies and kill them.
    and TOMS
    CARRY A MOST COMPLETE STOCK M When a number of these round,
    SIRLOIN STEAK 69c velvety red bodies are found on FRESH KILLED
    LB. bfr OF R a leaf it usually means that I FINEST BIRDS OBTAINABLE
    -- -- p.
    I every whitefly on the leaf has PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
    A GRADE I! QUALITYGROCERIES been killed I


    LEG0'LAMBU' 66c MEATS b Mr. J. A. Slay, Indlantown The Complete Food StoreCROMER'S

    --_ --_ R started grinding cain for syrup
    AA GRADE AND Tuesday December 17. Mr Slay
    has 2 acres of cain and estimates MARKET
    CHUCK ROAST 45c JI'lIfl"I'1'J.ClI'J// If. i that he will be able to make 300
    LB. Place Your ." :.I- M S. M gallons of syrup from this two THE UP TO DATE STORE
    -- ---- -- i I Order Now iut4f1S J UJ of 50
    pM acres cane over a period of 3 WE DELIVER PHONE
    Center weeks In addition to this two
    PORK CHOPS 63cTURKEYS 0, SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THAT I acres Mr. Slay owns he will WHERE SERVICE COUNTS WE WIN
    grind approximately two acres I
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    a Front End ManNOW
    Expert Factory-Trained


    HENS TOMS !! AVAILABLE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT, STRAIGHTENING AXLES,
    WHEEL BALANCING ETC.
    ,
    57c .Lb. Avg. 42c

    LB. wf MEMBER WE HAVE A NEW STOCK OF 600:16 TIRESEXPERT

    |? Economy <"" > Grocery n REPAIR SERVICE AT ALL TIMES


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    : In At, rut ,plans, ''' to "IIt'11l1) i a i (| int winter lit t Ocean Breeze
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    / inittir nt the post oftlce at .. !j Christmas I shopping season is 1 so big that ,i III!: ;,
    stunt: ,, rioiula! under the Acts splurges now' seem like Dollar/ day in EI'"onll ., '
    4 MU, AMRS. HARKIV.TON; are resting after It began the day alter .
    01lal'cl1: 8, 1879H ) yrs. Thanksgiving. i |, .
    raising 1/ 11000) Alabama's U,fa,O, drive in
    some that sunny/ Friday, for example had the hivlC',
    ll tpg A FREE PRESS :.1 I M['; ARS OF !SFRVICC which the put on 71 show, Their home in at Flor- ness in ilea history, It kept light on though\ n th? "
    and il. 10'' "rat lni', Newn ... p nurri-ii ence*. when the nations industrial plant .just abou!!! ,'i,", f'
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    h "" fn ) fr. t and most people were giavely vvonied. IIhOll1 ,
    A FREE PEOPLE \1'1 I '". ,uml,' t..?thv, ?6'uurt I,:. ICI""iYt v.r" nut:t t.1I Y,IfSUBSCRIP1ION Ih, DURIXG THE: WAR Haiilnjrton spent 17 months' enteitnining of the nation and their own financial pio-pecis th. ) ;i
    1 vh to I the 'f.mY xYp, oull."IiJ.todt nSI IIW t tioop 1 !* In Africa' Sicily, Italy and China and has right on buying for Chiistmas.. .. pi'ice no obie, '
    h :, "Ixl' I h" 'unit 1.iI. rwr citation foi performing under file overseas, \\'hile ) ( t | '
    ,. '" ,.d,1. 0.,1"" Y. /old.! I I'', xvM one with many of the city s I ,steel; workers .!toil .
    h 0011'1" .. r..r. .Iv khuwn Ihvtlh '>f his, allows wu In in Africa shortly utter the in- "
    .' ,'h I h.,,,,". 1.1"1' ,..,. p ,, eta 4AtccSr..y IH'op-I'e the surrounding country's) coal miners I oft' t th" ] ( :
    avion 17 members of his. tludil'I1C't'I'(' machine-gunneil '
    poited dollar/ volume 25
    I "I".HI- .Y 1'ty dive-bombcrs, IKh is a citation from his home Mate sales/ expected to esceed up last pu lent rarer: ( ) VMU ,, I
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    RATES Embargo failed to hinder the buying. 1 > ,
    MK:\ IIAHUIXOTOV: who looks like a kind and benign Dip itn, ,
    Y I.I \ sales the final week of the Jo4tl'lkp'el'p ,
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    -- ',' -,--'- I to.. II--"-,,, .-,..'"-.-..-." -. -'"-. -, ,vh.. I person, has offered' his services free for entertainment the comparable week of 1015, The piituie, gvt. 1 ,,/ I
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    :MEMBER ,')F TilESSlC'Inrn( PRESS- -- be too tiiick| to take mi at my flll'e' \alue," he sonablx be that tuknij,. 11 ;
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    w. arches and busted pocketbooks if (laid
    ot====oooc-oaeioco'mono I here leeentlv ? Hl'nwmbel'tlw bud Indian' \\ end would reach from Kennebunkpoit altuiui< < 1 ,,( >

    tit id the \illlan '! '1'hut wax, me," over the hill to the! poorhouse, \\hat tints to San) I ,
    Worthy of Meditation it ,ill ,
    p't I from the one 1 sine fact that we are to \vitiuth I ., i ,
    ocot =:==or o'oaot oaoc:===oWe ANOTI1CU INTC1UNTIXC.: visitor hue for al1othC'r'In- I it not the best-Christmas! jet ?
    tat:! is hill senate, Michigan J tlv-fNhing: expert, who put on
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    are told that there are no new frontiers to e"lwltM'ho say 'we ale ce>rtainl\' )i"- | |
    conquer: but this the / demonstration for Stuart Rotarians l some years back, :Mr\ depression: before long will testify that this )
    is attitude of those who detpair 1/\ M" !
    ' Mis I, Hi nnie an staving at lebrouk Camp,
    today, who despaired yesterday, and who will hug only hastens the! day of reckoning. (Olheis 1\ I (
    ,till be at it during the real t of their Ii\ei We daren ,1" the spending itself reaffirms, the fan! that aim i "
    I III IS'Ill OROUGIIl"sold"; ,; on the :St Lucie region i ij ;
    I follow such an attitude of mind It has been well / I one has money, and will Increase the chain? i .
    as!l u f humans! \ resort''' and each season manages: to
    tat'd that the is and( life for the good times
    : pioneer a creature not of time but prospeious nun !)
    - j intioduce !lOwrUI'OIl'I'IH'I'1! >I to this section; ,
    ?.f t spirit, a. Jt''W l __ Shoppers. thI'I11Sl'h'l'II111 deelaie that \fillill") 'i ". S:
    VITALLY NEEDED ACTION cuving They me spending mare dollar t t" .
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    TIllS YEA he ought down 1'iofessoi' and( :Mrs\ F ,
    The I suttt |Ji( 'ael I )e'1,1 1'1 M''" has melieati that it hasplent'I' I :Alack, 1 l'ruh'lC"orIIH'k: is a retired Lnglish instructor from i jiriesnts! as!l jesteiviarOne
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    CHRISTMAS thing certain
    SEASON (, however )loi .
    I II | t money' t to. i':tii'u. on i I'f'ud' improvements in I Horidaiiutiti ( Obcilin (ollege', Ohio where he taught for 40 years and spending more than they can uflol'tl.1"1'; u : "I f |1"" ,- "
    i lamas' ix 11,1 i all cuuuties-II'thecnnntit'-' "'"" ,. "it would have taken *l three months on the down ihi '
    I a matte i of Inning and giving ) bv "'l'l'urlng rights' u! way our families! have l less< than *2IIIIO( ) II'UI', Th"l I i
    of''uy, had! we stopped to meet distinguished: men on our '
    few combination l, I'llllifJ.tt'le\'j1olfJn
    J spill Saul haidlvco
    i I ;nit it is u spiritual holiday which Ins IIl'l'oml' I \\'hilt', the II1HI t : ,?i 'dill i Hunt l : and Martin county ? who wen Im htiuknts said lUnnie, ThtlnckM! : rOlltl'I its, Indeed, with pines as they an/ it will I ; \
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    I' i 11ial'kll the birth on eurth etf (hrist and the' bc'irln-1' I *
    / ( itv and e'''>'uti' -lunil 1 are I sine to wake up 1 some po"t.C'llI'lstmn1o( ( ,
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    I th,' (husliaii leligion, and cooperate In a TillS JANUARY In i is bringing his I, friend: Jack Dickiison ) i
    should he time for ; '
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    plan tolC'I'UI't./ iht- right ol v','nv. for( the improved! hlgliwav} am t no (anta
    i' il thought anel aetionU thloiurh the etflitniN! noted\ Detroit 1'0.11111110(\ the :5t.: iucie uieu,
    \ II\' not dedicate oinselves this (hlintmas to being : Dirkeison. an expert fly herman, is known throughout -
    The-einnU.
    IhI- alt'I'"h', $300,000,000,000 IN THE RED
    I'| "' cared' the light' of north.
    I WilY I tin nation/ 1m the aitistiv and/ quality of his cus
    w'ome'n, ol town, and! fi"' >m Hi II"I l?" "IIIJI(| to(1;time, unit Is ,
    I Oil getting (thi' iiniinid( i I' ti I ''II ( ;onus, to Stuart, It U
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    '' I ,1'man i He uiged lallm e rata dti unto others as they pupating hrulrit'I, s I The war has been) over mare thin II v eiuI I ih ,,
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    d I i sure, others! do unto them II is was a message nt / -\\' the la 'i niiiii.n' suits to secure thelighto1 I!' :: IS enjoying the fishing: landed a 1211), tarpon is uneleigoing' a !speneling I loam, unpliivnunt/ t is ;i, ( JV
    on
    .' ,..I I "iualit\ which dignitied the !soul ot thi Individual l. I ay pn i 01'( Indiantown rond I on a 4ollviod one day last! wck up the :North Fork, where time high, tax revenues lire impure- 'ele'nt<'d t for>i ':

    i I.et t'.ich ol us take time this, (luirtinas to leally obhii TOURISTS CAMP he has i also: been taking quite a numbci of trout and snook, I -and the budget remains\ unb ilaiu"i'tl, 'I'htr I i I
    I -tmas. in its genuine "llh'lhUlIulue, ACCOMMODATIONS I, Some it hit. elleillve I special-pattern/ flies which he: has shell, I is, the, discouraging fiscal! pie'tin'e as it \t i i

    Although the: Miuv had not full broken"' when we'' mule to oidci BIO being stocked by IJess: hardware: Co, nation today, VtF VtK

    FOR A WHITE CHRISTMAS II | went to pin' *. th' Ni \v undeist' uulu that \ftmli\ will be I i hert'E I \\'e are demonsti'ating an ('xtl'aol'dillal'v' n'i' ,, F.p,

    I D). .mber has just with asked fur u lame tout i cottage! und trailer court inside L, ity sei fai. as our national Cl't'l1toll'hkh tin t / I
    opened rash
    of traffic
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    the In the I I ,
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    near \ -- individual and business '
    and accidents which il' continued every every must '' d
    will be the
    ", nth, Florida has ever had and the greatest slauirhI Stuart badly needs e'span]
    I 1.. people on the highways mid streets. thin un- ,' \modatlonand gar! / uuiu! coil.. I should be flexible enough I I Capitalism: I III a competitive economic system designed I Itoi eleied some reductions In the Federal ,
    --"I, ,I' waste ot human life is appalling Every driver to pumil and allow "tuli nteipilmi where! they do not',' the enrichment of all concerned) through individual i that minor cuts have been made:, Hut almost m

    d 1 n'oJriJCht now' to use common sense:!, to treat! injure luljohllnll''altll'<, enterprise! under which each Individual i is, a free agent/ I( been dace) in the direction of real economy,

    ""I I her i driver and pedestrain HS H member of his fumluve High elans l trailer i mid t tt twist courts are un assetVe I with the! light to make his own decisions! always beating j This I is, a suicidal policy far n country with a., :: (
    ," I d 1 accordingly, would not be in the presort housing lam{ if the rules had ; in mind the tights and piivilcges of others (npitnhsm: 000(( ,OOll public debt, It is. a policy whose.. i Pa ) ( ( .

    I t I'- make this a white Christmas, ,",. bring cheer to all been/ more flexibly in tin i IlaI.i t i! opens up opportunity by encouraging competition which must be more inflation more eloll n' depreciation !

    nl)(l "Old Man' Accident" and be human an God In-I, 'f provides for i dijilnil, ideas I personal participation and re-1!I it is not checked, ultimate bankiuptcv. Itllrt( ; I,' ,

    d I us i to be and not potential l murderers:! when we get'' THE SHAME: OF FLORIDA (|onsibillt +' bv all, and/ competent wild experienced. leadership nomv now mean infinitely more\ than sating a I t :

    i 'he" wheel, urges Asher Frank, Director, Florida : The shame of Florida N its finest fire lecord I ranking it possible" leji every individual to becomea lion tii billion dollais, II meats l the )1""it-ui\att ', I"f.,

    mil. Almost cine/ thirst tf i Hoi'id."+ fnrest lands under I) capitalist It recognizes the supiematv of the individual, I I institutions and our wav of life,
    are
    lit your holf<*ItY exuberance rob you of YOU! pi oft'a'tion ugai'ist fir" A to!'t'utel' prnpciitlon of our for- I 011. vide" .' lei individual; ] ovv'mi'ship, calls, for responsibility! I'! Cvnieal politicians regard "retrenchment u- herl"l I I
    ''''nse and be careful of mixing your gasoline with |I'' Jt't yOu must celebrate, do it at home and don't use The etlecthenesx II; !fir., prevention lands MUM" bv' virtue of the capitalistic system that the needs of i i should sec( retrenchment in its triu lij.'ht-a :a t i' .i'If'
    ::, < ; 'which are protected 11111.i i In impnncd, The on last,our\ for! I I the: United Nations were so efficiently supplied, Under every dollar ol savings, in life insuiaiuat! I 'i gJ

    I la:. aI'pful about l setting your Christmas tree on fire, which complete figures. are available! shows! that only year one the individual initiative nurture! bv' democracy, an Individual other investments, even the dollar itself. i i- i not I '

    ,"im'- have been burned down and many persons:! 'other !state had more fires "n 1)J'otl".t..d) lahds than I Florida! 'i ha open to him, at the beginning/ of his, business! worthless.

    d I "nl killed due to carelessness around Christmas \\'(' binned/ It jll'eutpl''J'IIJ"wtlon! of oui) piote-cted lands), than career. IIlIa\,11111'lIo1' pi)" ii'iess\ \, Aptitude may bring a I succession Stt

    ",", hided Frank, h any other !state, with! I UK' "-,,,li., 'exception of :North Dakota t I' of piomotii causing larger income than I is, spent) I %iiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii!
    which I making investments\ I possibleoikeis! may be investors,
    scarcely I"t I I. e'la ;ified( ( a- a j'ort'MtC'dltntt' In the
    ASKING FOR CALAMITY first place i I Capitalist, may continue to be workers, All are con um- | COME ON-LET'S :Sta

    almost us, ('apitllli: Bv
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    I nts interest of the, Florida East Coast be am ( on Florida stands at the bottom, '
    are biotin undemocratic! because' they tend toward converting' jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiii III II a
    .J Ill! t <> "!show larm"O'tr! the suspected diversion ot or close to the (, it sill. the I states with respect to I I are I $
    t i I', S, :Vo, control of forest, files." The| responsibility/ for this condition majority rule into mob rode, Enforced consideration of IN THE SAME BOAT
    I "m 1 1" to central and West! Floiida, I p
    the lights,. of nt he' i is a cheek undue ambition/ and :
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    is in !
    be laid upon
    the
    to on d i fir citizens pJ
    I II" truth is that the East ('oa>t haM no one but Itself j.I.'p. gar as a whole, Fire Johnny came rushing in one u;;(lei,'noon lull i (
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    A constituencymakes
    tint., !loi the obvious slackening of the tourist trade prevention! agencies! i p IliopinQ)! \ III ivati. haLt>t>n wagingan I the bullilc1' of democracy prosperous father that he had Just seen two lions and a tiger .
    I uphill battle! against )mil>lit indifleiuiee, a prosperous) nation uiielei capitalism in
    ? ''''asull.1t / ? I the street After several: futile attempts., to gi't I
    .I, nut Central Florida are doubtless getting addi- his incint.ienii. i iKn imitation to disaster, This: 10 change the story. Oils, latner rimnv said. "j :
    GOES ,
    RESTRICTION
    1I11C11 I Ioness because their prices me tiom 25percent indifference is lobbinj.> "i 11. state ot industries l it needs!l, of I ONE MORE are b'lnlC I want you to kneel tell dod; voui' stoiv. ; .
    ->i a i cent lowe than on the (Cast: ('oaitf lobs it must have. I n.\ K, i chin| : Flu'Ida Green. we inviteindustiies i The American public blew an ironic kiss, this week to Him to foigive you," '

    f lint I the' bale! truth ot the' slack tourist, season is OLTA which need nand 1 a> Ihl"h'I'IIW material i that old bogey I'.uilding rnonties as, the field was, thiovvn When the boy had finished, his fathri:
    M l UMII, HH.H; I'RH'g on/ the Last Coast of Florida, .. open ,bv, I'MMcUnthl\ edict to liny peisoil able to find carpenters I God had said,
    \VVn, itiage camp aecommodatifins, and mediocre:! hotel NEEDEDi MORE DISTRICT SCHOOLSThe IIlfl l matuitilAlthough "He said 'That' all right/ Johnnv," the p

    ro m- (.,>,st $10 a night and up the average folks crowd I meiuowded t ndition which have caused Martin :\ I it is )predicted that building costs will spiral I replied, 'those big dogs had me fooled at first, "

    \t ni'h alter all form the backbone of the tourist indust county !school aiith"ntieto'' make use of local church the ene1'll1Il'elil1llln :Stuart and Martin county was one of CoronetRECIPE

    >"v lire being gouged Then eant afford to pay it facilities for the ovcilh' point to the need for more (dis relief, I

    i unel -it.c 1 thev are going' / to I stay home 01 go elsewhere, I trict schools, }HundiccN( !, of law -abiding persons In this area who I ?

    k I They cannot at ford $SOIl() a month apartments and are AS the matter st talJd,.: ti dav'. grade school puiils) are have w'ante'el to build l have been prevented) from doing so The reason a dog has so man lends, I is, ?,

    not going to lent them I being transported back and forth to Stuart from Palm City, by | w-while others less I't'!>tricted by conscience went wags instead of his tongue,-The Spoke: : ;
    Thi r, ne "still probably enough rich and easy-spend-- Tiopical Farms, (;.cilcli n <(< ;ate and Put 'wull-in"telld of ahead in nearby communities, York,
    !tits tourist: to keep the ball rolling for while-but It
    a Uti having I small schools ot I then' own in their home areas l, That the law was violated wholesale goon without ?
    C ion- that theciop slimming down and that ,
    is
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    It is unfaii to STOPPERTwo
    e tltmtntary ,
    giaele! youngsters/ to make in .
    I I';' t ( oast outside of the luxuiv. is saying! That it did any l paiticulai good reservingterlttls ma- ?
    strip going to havet them ,
    I the
    ( go through stiaiiis: \ and *U'tunes l of a bus ride be loi" vetuans! K.. doubtful. old bachelois sat on the front porch !
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    rat altei average" folk, ut fail prices, P
    fore class
    each morning! when the elemental school mountain cabin, The conversation! had \' '!:'
    To elo otherwise is to ask: for calamity, need of other dl"tt'jl'tIII'h Reestablishment ot 1 the! free" market puts everyone. on t P
    Indiantown Ilobe
    as Sound, an pqlllli) basis in the American wav and eventually the law tensive:: lange: when finally it drilled mound ,
    and Jensen beach
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    an' met by home I school plants] culinary art,
    SATURATION ON THE FISHING GUIDE of supply and! demand will take. cute of the situation,
    There ?
    is no (|"in-inui that expansion of the :Stuart "Yeuh. I sent off an' got me one (i them/ !

    :\I.II'tll1.I county cc Ulthl't t get ti better. |III'OJ04Pf'ct list' than school facilities' ant! :\Ial'till; ('oUII ,\' High School facihtin: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. iimitiiniiiiliiiiiiiiiiillliiiiiiill onct," Paid' Kufe, as he dichaigtd a mouthful of .
    tin I (Jon) names a week bung furnished, : ) by the, State Ail are badly needed anti 1I"I'I''aI'\'' '' fust" as neccssitiv! \ too juice and completely upset the, I schedule* of a 11:1.:\;
    Commission> it would appeal, i il*l t tin building ol more district\ s-chools, Letters To The Editor !ground beetle, 'but' I never done navvthmg .f' 1:1.t: .

    !this list I is, worth $:VKM)00) because\ it i III the direct I Might nigh ever one o' them dunged iisipees, 1:1.t
    resell)' of the States expenditure of that amount all over NEWSPAPERS ON THE SPOT .1111111111111111111111111111111111111I1111111111111111111 lllitItItlllllllllll with 'Take clean plate,' an' that stopped, me t 1:1.if

    the I S in magazines and! periodicals, I Florida week I iuwspiius' ui pretty hind put for KOI'M) TilE UOltID \\ lilt THE CI1RISTM4S: SEALS I I Rotary Hub, Nornell New York

    (Out; the list I is, no good l unless, individual Florida, communities I Il'rillt--whkh i I" tin trade/ (name for papu( )-tin u' raw Christmas Seals are now used In all lands to raise funds for ifI'I'

    take advantage ot it. product, Jvu Kid oi! I them taee a shutdown early nest the greatest life saving campaIgn. Christmas has acquired a new RAPID CHANCE :
    ;Martin county has proven that the Fishing Guide gets year, significance' within t the last three/ generations for the nations of A new 1\1. P, at the opening of Parliament l< )

    'resultWhy not see that every person who writes in to I The whole paper ,.situation I is, critical, \I'eihaps' there the world A tiny Charity Stamp", emblem of a great sickness, for his dominant impression, He said : "A t::

    the State Ad Commision! in sponsi/ to a magazine or news- "should be u congie'ssional investigation, Iut! even with has gradually slipped into\ the accepted order of Holiday Festivities, I ever got here," A feek later, asked( the same ,

    ,paper, ad gets a Stuart fishing/ Guide'( one. we doubt it it wonld )produce any new sources, Charity stamps aie sold today In every country In the world, he replied : "Amazement: how the others got 1 1trnational tt t tt

    This: would mean doubling the printing of next >ear's Paper prices increased' $10 a ton last week That' The Idea of the charity stamp first originated In this countryIn Digest,

    guide o some 50,000 copies, It would mean a mailing/ cost means our costs Jumped. $20,000() a year Quick and sud' 1802 It came back from Denmark designed as a Tuberculosis ISIS
    ;' alone of $30 a week by the Chamber of Commerce Are den Just like\ that. The new price| wouldn't be so bad if Christmas Seal in the year 1907. Jacob A Rlls, the noted philanthropist .: TOUGH KNOWING

    there 62 persons! or business! firms in :Martin county whowould I we could get a free supply ; "i" all the paper necessary to Is responsible for the unique significance which now attaches It takes n mighty conscientious person/ to ISI ISi(
    ; be willing each to sponsor n week of mailing priilt all the advertising and emulation offered us There Itself to the little health symbol In this country. contentment ends, and laziness begins: ;The I
    % I Let's do this thing right/ Population Increase and new is always the possibility' that volume of business! would It was at his suggestion that Miss Emily P, Bissell in Wilmington ; Unadilla New York i i!

    building/ is the only answer to our debt imd prosperity make up for the incua" 'eel! cost, Del. launched the first Red Cross Seal sale In this country In i

    problems, ___ __ ___,_ __ I What all publlsheis fear today is a dE'cl'calling'lIup- 1907 The Idea and the tiny little stamp which was first designedat An aged couple who had lived all their t
    ply : then inventories aie so ,mull they eon visualize smaller / that time raised more than $3,000 Contrast this with $30 or 50 miles from Dublin decided to visit the big city t

    ., PETTY INFLATION palters which mean mllll'r'olul1) & of business, and $40 million for this year ly they were excited over all they.'Ill w in the shops f.JII'1 f.f
    An aggravating sign of the times N the petty Inflationof I diminishing profits!, Newspapers) face a real crisis next If you have one of those Seals Issued In 1907-08 or 1911 and If it things which interested the man most was a pocket f.i f

    10 cent candy bars and lOe bottled. drink! 'I year and many of them may not last, the year out,-Orlando U In (good condition, you can sell it for from $15 to $40 Many of something he and his wife had never possessed i
    The'latter. according to advertising! by the Coca Cola Sentinel the older editions are much sought by stamp collectors bought it and kept the news of his purchase to

    Co,, is still available without increase in wholesale prices -- Won you buy a sheet this year and help the National Tuberculosis As he looked into it. he exclaimed : "My old father i
    ,r-but that still do'esn't change the tact that you have to Tourists can got all the coconuts they want for mail. Association stamp out the White Plague? ers and all I" He'd look at it every few minutes i
    ;pay a dime in a number of places for a bottled drink that ing! back North at the Chamber of Commerce officebutit -LEE C. HARRINGTON it hidden.

    should cost a nickel, wouldn't be a bad idea far) the home folks to start plant Ocean Breeze Camp Jensen Beach, Suspicious the man's wife went through his: I
    i The candy bar manufacturers have printed some newlabels big U few right here, too, That atmosphere of the tropics I after he had retired that! night and found the

    and dropped a nut flake or two into their confec- which distinguished Stuart today !is the result of some Now that we can all build houses, two words cover something Looking into the mirror, she said :
    Lions to reach out and nip another nickel ardent tree planting "
    a quarter century ago the situation : "with what ? "If that's the old hag he's after, he can have I





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    ne oaidens.( a/iiloa plni'i ln ih > See Documents' Wins 4-H Congress Trip the' wonderful( abundance which Outside fishing was excellent ,
    "unkuu, ( [ over 100 years old : would exist If we' e-ould be satls- over the wek-end. with largikingflsh '
    Born in Struggle FISHINGIN I J led! with a decent share? It all : repotted and plenty of'1 '
    A NEW BOOK FOR for Liberty 11.minds me of a certain netter si'lirish I '.
    GROWERS I in t these parts who hales pellCIIIIK -- '
    I Tr' Wa''Illl1llon THE FAMOUS i because they catch fish. ;I-- I ,
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    ', :Y 1 I Irq --P. '" \_ \lwii' I ., ('olJ'llon) ( of lII'Idnal, priceli' ,,11"rt'rvlew. Is to rpafflim In the Alter all' the pelicans only catchthenone Fort Pierce, Florida --
    ,. ..t fJt t" \. (I 1 lurid I i'':"" "..". -_II'f r., As1, ,, II swing auou! the country on mn people) an understanding > what. they need to eat Why FREDERICK L. PORTER
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    early .
    and
    \uit + SHADS AND: k I (vl/It] 'next year on a special I train appreciation of the basic I THR TRUe SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN OP NATURAL KEVUIKCEC begrudge! them that? Foot Specialist I.
    d I }, It ORNAMENTAL" H)|. f i e'i < ,purk a natlunwille drtw to: Pimclplcs of our government, and Room 204

    et(j s t )'i TREES! fr 1 1SOUTM lien leieolonlsu, Attorney alalllsl Qen- n: this'way to combat 1 alien' leleoloelcs I It Ix hllhlyll11l1sll1l( to lead No garfish ever binned about The bluefish 'showed) oRaln"l Sunrise Theatre BleJgr. Y',

    " ')110' ,7 t ; f>tr\1\) Clark salt Saturday, : i iI i of, the neat concern shown by I eslioylnK: 30.000 pounds:; of freshwater (,n the flood tides at the --- -- ---
    e'y k.. FLORIDA'! AND CUBA 'J I "Llb'rty. on tVheels" "> MihlIbtlon I The !exhibition the attorney I some spoilsmen) and sportingwriters llsh at one clip because he this: week; and if the wea'heicontinues I Itf'
    churl; / of such,, landmarks in general said "will give millions, about what they call couleln market them and the cool fair results can ROTARY CLUB :
    I t)0Hell ] 1',;;' f! American/ history. M the oifirlnl) of Americans an opportunity to'i' "the predators" They make the manatees In our livers. now be expected In the green water ): ,
    'Ii (ropy rh, <' Bill) ol Rights|! tail I Mew such monumental\ 1'eavcns ring with their howls rapidly going the way of the at tide top Try trolled spoons> II I ,. 4t5 M..t.STUART Wrdnr.d.r" No. 2252 12115ii.
    I' II' I tour thf 48 Mites in a maiks in our history as th Innd-I) about foxps, skunks wildcats /ink and the dodo ate not \getting I nail l dlsklns) Sometimes a little I .1 L.IIIMIOI.M'i! e.Rll.LI
    iii ?\, 'ronU'ut'1ct( ( ) n.opKmf. tnln specially tf Rights the ord, snakes kllliiift off the game" that way because of the allifui (,(,dI'll speed results\. In getting\ \ I 'i f0' I Htl SIAfFOKUI r, l 1.1,1JAMS ,
    .ulro I The purpose i Clark sand In Proclamation oilglna) of Gtorqt E. Spires. Jrpronrn and about\ 'garfish and mud fish I tors blurs' since" ( the scam t lei prefer irrRAM: Sit,
    1 stdhl I IMEN nil Gettysburg Address and the destroying the fresh water fishing The common ordinary house- .1 i bilsklv II'OlNhu'p.) \ .
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    p SPIUFS m. IB etJ
    t III\ i notes in his own hand-wilting I \ In <'io,,n, has: hi.en nnnuil; all the time overlooking the rat, which Is vlllifled for picking --- ------- ----- --
    111nail\ of Patrick Henrys immortal stele' winner In lice 1910( 1.11'1'11'\ I ". fact that the great predator Is off an occasional quail has
    ' Fred A. Stafford speech In which he said Give.. I 'Cur Mnlntpiinnro' nwniil," l I'fllIl'llIl1.( I man himself II i never! been known to shoot an Highest Cash For Your Car
    me liberty or give 11 In ceased " .. me death I entire on the Riound
    ri( "".. .rw I Iii2rih) AnnlvorKiiiv Dial; ,lutist Nclthoi the 0..1111101' the hawks I covey
    hrnl'rid." i GE"r"- ..r. t Registered Other documents Include notes 4trliih Congress: ( In ehlcnunwlildl ( destroyed the passenger' plgpon Men are the great predators WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
    i _ r Civil EngineerAnd of the proeeedlngs leading to the Is (prnvidwl, bv AincllrnnOH Neither the grizzly bear nor i With wishful self-thinking they
    ', 'aHsi, Declaration of Independence In Compo for live HP\ .linn 11 In been recardehoa's a4.II'pr puma exterminated the buffalo. Die Inclined to blame natuial can pay you the O. P. A, limit for your car whichIs
    Cloth $350( Paper $250 Thomas Jeffeisons handwriting Clint tie years rnniplclod nil .. conditions or natural enemies at much as can get anywhere and
    --- ----- --- -- -- you
    I'"yl 1 Order from and James Madison manuscriptnotes I liiixpx of 'tlm torsion" and OA a for declines In fishing and huntIng -
    Land Surveyor of debates In the federal result, kept MM lrn<'lorn In )herr' while the truth Is that neaily '- STAY WITHIN THE LAW
    ''fjl'Pel Edwin A. MenningerThe Mum, Iloiiila convention discussing the need feel opprniliiK) ( romlltlon on I IhofiinllVH HomeDemonstration every instance of depletion of
    ) 7l2nein farm with n SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
    Flowering Tree
    Man"Stuart for a Bill of Rights mlnlmiim of repairs, e POIRO" also supply Is caused by men I
    I f It"I } Florida Phone 200-T) Clark said the train will visit assisted the (hen inemhprpi of his Let's at least be honest aboutIt 311-25 South Dixie
    mK.'N' .JII all club With their erector! nrp 1111'111l1ll1ll'lIalir" \ and quit blaming the "pieetilois .
    large cities and
    )' many small Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190
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    Or are we so hoggish\; that ,,
    , 1(, ones In the longest tour In the cueredareof hits. I irnl' ilnli sire
    history or American I reporter em the Aim'linn County ,, we refuse to share with nature' I -
    nil i railroading By :"MISS!!!! ItCIU) : INSCOCChilslmnK !; --- ------ -
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    Sixty Smiles An Hour lasting probably a lull year I 4-1 II, (rnnnrll ---------- -- -
    .I f } Service 'chic ndlxllv, 'In ennilnrtoil under '
    'alI I Newspaper will sponsor communIty HIP illiPiilon/ of ihp 1-11010'-: ) I Is rilcbiateel Incommrl11Ol'llt
    I rom The Atomic' Trio programs emphasizingthe I SIMvlp of iho hint' Aee'trnhunltCollege Ion ol Chl'lst'A) blith
    , HII I basic piinclples of the American : and ISI\ 001"1'11111111.) A few simple and Inexpensive The Lady's Smart !
    KENNY
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    < AND JESS form of government Radio home clecoiatlons. the calm and
    d I I ii Atomic Trio Grains stations and the national nct- I I MYSTERY WRITER, quiet of candle Unlit nnd the
    ml'of of Wisdom: works will dramatize these piinclples ', ARCHAEOLOGIST is best wishes of friends help to ,
    I ( I in a series df programs STUART VISITOR Instill the spirit of ChristmasInto ,-
    mIl It t i. a Chinese belief that if your bill are paid before Motion picture companies will I I one's b<'Ins. y ,r- { '

    nrfIn\( the New Year good luck will be with you in the new linn out a group( of short" films I Cnil) Clausen of Delaware Wa- I The home lakes on new meaning rf&&
    We are the most diversified trio in the whole ttatei nlong the same line. I lei Gap Pa.. writer of mystery : ; as we look forward to the She Has Solved<1 : y :
    There it much that we can do for you not only in the On the even of Bill of Rights ''and sea stories for the Saturday I homecoming of family members :
    farm and home line but in other fields Just ask us day tomorrow Clark expressed Evening Post and Collleis. revisited We enjoy the smell of home cook- One Chi istmasPiohlem J1I j
    We hip fruit Cheap too $3.85 ready lo go concern over the impact of | Stuart Sunday and Mon Ing;, and the sluioki: of the child \ \f ,
    Just give us the name and addrnmes We do the rest, alien Ideologies on the American dayMr I 'ene hurry to read the greeting -
    /) Guaranteed SatisfactionWe way of life and said Iheie has Cliusen was here last durIng cards Horn old friends that ) By > ) }
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    I a been a serious breakdown in the the )1028 hurilcanc "I had we have not heart) from since .
    ,hjrIa are happy to Ute thai we have plenty of good I lespect for civil lights" I \been through hurricanes at sea," list Christmas We forget\ 111 Bringing the JI
    : Wayne Feeds on hand. If you need baby chicks we All Ameclians must be cognizant II'e| said, "but never on land feelings( for pipjudlces me outhal'll1ony b i J
    Ia Iaii can get them too of the forces of cynicism *o I made a special trip to FlenIdi '- I of with Christmas. Wo Family Wanliobo( [1f' J'J j'1 /

    For sale now: 25 sill weeks. old New Hampshire Red abroad! Is I the land;' he cleclnreelFoi ,. when It looked as though the feel Rood Inside1. and want to eta + iI'MARTIN
    ) Pullets. !' we have seen our Ideas of ,fctoim would hit the State some-thlii' for seimeljoely less To
    rl democracy' eliminated In nation nnd Stuart was where I landed foi'lunate I than we
    d What have you to sell in the farm line? after nation The survival of I One of his memories of the 'I This attitude\ grows out of this
    these ideas and their extension -i big blow Is that all the paint spirit of Chilstmas The clavconies
    In order to give our help time to Xmas chop we will COUNTY CLEANERS
    0al by force of example to the was sand-blasted fro mills car. and goes Just like any
    close at noon Tuesday, December 24th,
    alh h lemalneler of the world depend I Mr Clausen mixes wilting other diy but It leaves us feelIng -
    on what we do in our own with' archaeology has explored different inside We are lift (tiHOIU.L KEITH Phone tHOSPHVCE )
    countvi mounds of early Carlb tribes in ed to a higher plane of living because -
    U I(( Stuart Feed StoreKENNETH I' find around Stuart He has a I of the association with the i: UP TOP CHRISTMAS\
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    Fifteen thousand fishing boats collection of 20.000 Indian artifacts ones we love, in such a setting BRiNG YOUR DRY CLEANING TO US
    1 lily: In the salt waters of Floiiela, as well as many specimens 'all the Home
    STIMMLLL PHONE 210 oar of the woilds greatest and which he has collected in Mexico I Surely the home Is "glorified
    r.I must )pi eluctUi( ) ( \1\'o' llsherles Europe i and Egypt. : pt Christmas.
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    STUART 'limn for this paper must' reach, the tdituNew

    I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN f Ilimc telephone office before Ilv) noon tn Wednesday Office,) nou,Phone, M"j" ",


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    ", (., \ ( IIOOSF! : NEW NAME: i :..son Isabel i I :M'Uliois Zola Mal Mlhh (,.\S""' It HOMEHUtM BAPTIST IIHUI: StNDS:: Donald Hartman, Smut, and' Miss' Lorraine McPherson Centeniuy, second '
    Blakenlee Otomia\ : E\',in* Nanc,t. SILPMKNS:: ('OI1K.ECilumUi TOYS TO) OltPIUNAdE<< Dub Diamond lobe Sound l. uHxed -)ear student at dire t
    I 1",,' olrc i: Auxiliary iI tf home Sunday to spend the Junior College, Hickettstow, JENSEN BLOCK MFG. CO.P
    f I Muiilson Joyce HJinll Munc,t' :Mi' Dei 11 Members of Las Amlgns Click
    ''I' ,11101.1.I i I met t :M >iunBADCOCK'S s' Christmas holidays The boys N. J". arrived yesterday to spend .
    and Patty berry Other:>I M Oisaii, student ui the Baptist church brought
    .. ...1 ,,, Boyd. :Miss Nancy: a
    vacation with hel'pareonts.
    the Christmas
    fthe St Leo Preparatory -
    '11. members
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    < are O Cox 1089 Stuart
    .. 'tv sitvrip Patty Lucky. Bata's' it El.plu 1I*! t'otlcge loi women to\s tit their I Christmas party, Florida LIS1lion'
    111 ::1. School football :cam Mr. and Mis R. B McPherson -
    and the h'.a'r"11"! : J P tile Christmas Tuesday nt the home of Miss
    1 fart :cio will spend '
    I, ,\ '''.J I"" "u which won the state Catholic at their home In StLucle Standard 8x8 x 16 inch
    1:''ikiMie nod Mis: L C. Kick IWl!Id t..MI .11 111'1'i honelsltlnu! Ruth Hamm on Detroit Avenue
    from She was accomprnled Partition Block
    I ,1 \ I /; high school championship Estates 4x8x10
    Ii hei I pumas Mtand Mrs, Wal- The toys will be sent to the Bap
    I I d\1 \1, titer. Gnu of Miami in the OrangeHowl by Mis McPheisons &.lstl'l. -
    H of Jensen" DeachThe 1st Orphanage at \rcadla Miss
    let On'III'I' Saturday night Danny Miss Emma Luekeit ofMoriches
    CONCRETE
    -- '111slal'l Lucille Inscoe presented a program BLOCKSPlant
    \auilluu ul Stephens \\
    '' Mlnnehan, also a student at St LINY., who will
    December 18 and endJanuary on Christmas customs ofvari
    on Leo's, will arrive home Wednesday spend the winter with the Me'heraons. Located At

    INDIAN RIVER TREE RIPENED 8. I I featured oils a countries pot luck The supper part and to spend Christmas with his : Church Street! Jensen, Florida
    Mr and MM n L. -
    sir" FRUIT 1'ItC'TEUUS: : (1I1LtHS) > the exchange of Christmas gifts patents Mlnnchan,. St. Luclc Estates Charles Crecnlces, jr, Is expected I 1 _____.. ___ __ ___ -
    Mri Zola
    II\U.: lIUmTMtS!! r llUChildi ( \ Those present were
    of the be- Blakeslee. Miss Oln>' Eurlt, Mm -0-- tills week end to spend
    on nursery
    DIRECT FROM OUR GROVE TO YOU I 101l11WI'1111 pi' mnr\ departments Charles Titus, Mrs Callle MrCiarv Mr and Mrs. Wort hlnu ton ("hl'llCtmaa'llh his mother In LISTEN TO

    01 I tit Pio Iron I apple! and Valencia Oranges, Marsh Seed!... 1 and111'11' mothers ,me I James Meggctt( Mis Matte Christmas to spend the winter -

    1 ( .1 ,.,fruit, Fancy Tangerine Temple In Season sited II i Christmas party galiir 111'1 Pal'ks.frs.!\ A. C, Bridges, Mrs, : at their home on Jupiter Island Athens Mr, and, Oa.Mrs. and Oioite their< diiiRhtci Ruuv of!. & : 0Ott

    t' 1\,110'1\ Packed for Shipment i 11\ -II lit ii noun ,it 3.on in theritsbMinui VIlla Jnrkson Mis AI'noldn.IU'I' lord two
    Mr and Mi'' Ted ChRmI Mrs Dave Harrow
    ; :Mis Norm in Ilaysllp 1
    1 ( chapel on O*;rolu I ben, who have been living In the children, Dave jr., and Jacklvnnirlvod 75c&
    (,'pcfruit $3.00 /\\UHU\ and Miss Btscoc.T1.1'IILIlS (Scranton! : home, will move istoI Tuesday to spend the'
    O" mgr's Tangerine cr Ml.*d 1.23 I their new house on the corner olOstcula Christmas holidays with MisKaniv.s :
    2.75 I 1(11:11IUtMT'4 I: ''' : I'J.'S
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    Urnplca anti High School AVL parents Mi und Mi K C
    t .M I',4.:Ill,Y IJIVMlt IMHII\\ 'HUPThe Rile. \V McPherson. on Akron Avinui ROhTI

    a h.j 1, I'acki! for Shipment Mr and Mrs Hauls Lowuv dosing\ ol ..chooltolUul'I'uw
    L,...\pi'fruit $300 J acre bust*, III t U family (Hunt sill find several teacher leaving Every
    i' Sunday evening Those for the Christmas vacation
    Mixed 3.80 puls (
    ( M-JC Tangerine or Mon. Wed. Fri., + s
    I',mplc 4.$0 mending were Mr and Mrs. Mis Lou Hill Foster, supervisor RAY'S LUNCH BAR ueg
    GU>nn DI'8t'rrnnd Ron David, will spend Christmas In Chattanooga 9:45: A. A! uw
    Exprcc Extra Mi and Mrs. Hulls Lowery. jiind '.. ( with her family. Miss
    iilkiin. Harris III and Pearl! O'Veal. IIbral'lan11I go to CANDWJCHES: COFFEE: HOMEMADE PIESnOT'TLID WIRA.I

    1 ,. 1 nit, Oranges 35c dor Tangerine 2c doa. Gloria Gay. and Ml and MuCli Amelia Court House, Va.. and I
    BEER
    .u' t ., N. Kubt,t Is of Atlanta Miss Edith Glenn girls physical)

    I r'a'rer! Box 14 Stuart Stuart Auto Camp education instructor. to Trust.Mlk .- Cp-n Till It30 A. M. Every Night
    ,. IW. .\\n MM!! WILSON: -. Ala. Mis Agnes K. Mul-
    -- --- ---- HAZE: I IHNVLU: r\KT\ In up t will spend the holidays In Drcp In For That Late Hour Snack

    -- Dr andis': Tilmadi-t. \\, ,. I Daytona Beach and Mobile, Ala.. federal Highway Opposite "Ed's" Fruit Stand r G
    1'1'1,1I11I'd t Sutuidnfenlng \,hlle Mr. and Mrs John Cray nlo >
    ) ; \' ith a i dual! dinner at their home Burlington ,Iowa, to visit MmGia PAY BERWICK, OwnerDUTCH 4J.t ANK'a
    u 1 1 8LIIr\ Crescent i Guests \"'s family # Po
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    MI' Mi ind Mis' Conrad Al -- -- --- /
    ,' ,. brat\ 'lit Mis, Id\i Albrachl Mr 11I0o.rIT.I.'xlu'la': ;, t /nor Am.rltol
    J ;iici :Mr Arthur i ihapiclki'. and 10 1.1.1': Oil-1C IRS KITCHEN Worro d( of urirr fh y// roTRMkondP

    on the PARKS i ''I'll i .Jull1l' I Marlin The \\omcnx County Hospital Auxiliary will of hold tin- eM cr1, 0"Dsh.n80roth / ,

    i I-II Lin' MMinusLMrKTUN : ; I
    American Styl Cooking
    the annual meeting and election Morwlrtherho
    : Ullll I'VKM ol office s Monday, Dec 23 ut Open 6 A. M. to 2PM, 5PM, to 8PM, + wirhAnds
    V WHAT'SUE IDS, JL'ST A C'ulniln.itliiR their fall actlvltltN 7:80: p. n.. at the nurses home. Ggm.nfplt
    I the 4-H Club of Indlantown TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD ins
    ) SCRAPING THAT FILE DEMONSTRATION; t
    LON( MY TRACTOR KIND SIR. nave.Id u,'l'ho(11 Christmas 1 Friday party afternoon at \\arIK -. Mi and Mrs, John Me Brooks Plate: Lunches, Sandwiches BELL BREAD
    cf Philadelphia are visiting! Mr.and ihcit Oren! Take Out Kd y
    Members! planned and conducted Mrs A C Blocks at thell'home. LoRRALN
    I.wh di'(.ill ii the programlumimd ( I, 602 Riverside DrIve. MrsBridges Krueger: Bill?. (', II. Stnirr ;Mjr Old li\li' I lliu.n BAKERS
    their Christmas tree.
    Is Mr. Blocks sister
    : and seived rcfrcuhlunis .. ....
    1-1'I'l I pared ---- --- --- -- --- --------- ----- -------
    Flit leen young people at- .. .
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    ----7 nual Christmas I party today at
    GRIT AND SLUDGE IN OLD f S.E : 2 10 at the home ul Mm Vernon

    I GEAR LUtRICANTS CAN !THAT YOU 'I Vuthewfc at Port Mayaca Hl ll1 A
    1 11'hl:' of the event was the exChange -
    ACT LIKE A FILE TO MEAN, *' V
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    ( of gifts which ,
    DAMAGE TRACTOR GEARS made ns part 01 their current '

    home demmstiatlon project

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    PTA met Thursday afternoon at ctaS
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    the home of Mis W H Leach,
    8'wall'::> point to make plain
    .01' Hull general meeting which
    v(i-, held Tuesday evening at UuCk
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    WHY YOU SHOULD DRAIN, FLUSH AND REFILL H
    session, members enjoyed a socI -
    THE REAR AXLE WITH SINCLAIR OPALINE GEAR I I i.l 1 hour during which they) saw'

    LUSRICANT EVERY 300 OPERATING HOURS OR TWICE tie mlmiUire flower show 111i .-

    A YEAR, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST /I i',.'nted by Mrs. 8 M SthliliuiEtuw.ih taRiss -

    1 r- I ul! Tain Mis Jell I 11-)
    / I"IH'" and !Mis Harris LUW.IIN
    ':J & ar pn sided l i Is the dlniivn: I i'
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    C Other board members 1 prccm
    woe Mrs 0 L, Edenfield )pi I'"I-
    dint Mrs Human Kelt/ tI(1-1
    lJJ "--==--(1j/(\ ; I i 1')sldent: I Mrs E. A. But i LI: ?
    tJ I inetaiv. MisVIHlam Mheprt'
    +9rAl i'J 't'3ff9I /
    wvnrs l '
    t 6 a i I i 'ensurer.; Mrs. Marie1: ('<'ulJI 1-
    1 lll Ui, Mrs A. 0 I'lIlmllI11: ,
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    DIRECT TO FARMS PHONE OR WRITE/ US fOR Arthur DI'I1On.I\1I'''. M R H will
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    Regular COMMISSION Meetings KAISE and FRAZERPRODuc'm


    B. D. FULTON, AgentPHONE 2nd 8:00: and P. M 4th


    DEALERS 315 VVFDNESDAYSStuart City Hall a LES at WIL9wO\ti itU JJ !

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    STFVE;; MARKET jptcr; Florida """-ILJ "'''_ COME

    autmw sela ...._- ':; most tilkcd-about motor cars. These smart automobiles seta


    1West; Palm Beach Directory I new style trend for the indiistrj...their performance is a joy to experience...


    WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH their, ride brings you motoring pleasure no pre-war car could ever gi\c jou.

    THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGEBOB'S

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    ROOFING CO. .

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    [ WIVU' AND MurHIRS Or DRINKING MEN'" : Tourist leaving Ankona last l \\lnlu iCitheilnr Moiris, Mrs Florene I Mrs, Daisy Dordan In Ankona Click luncheon in the home of

    ' AL COIL0LISM Interests Rally to I Mrs. Truman was a member of Cave Miss Annette Cave, Miss Mr, Durkin flew front Wooster to I Mrs Paul Osteen In Fort Pierce ,

    'Itt' ..." ,fullr TrtotNt, uRN!' One Wllk ., the Presbytcilan church Id111'\ Marjory Horton, Fort Pierce, and New York, then on to Vero Beach recently Mrs OK)pen was assisted N _,
    WHIT CROSS HOSPITAL Ho.pllolllo'lo i Keep U.S. I Ncsbeth chapter. Oiclci of Eastern Dumond Merwln and Arthur I where he was met at the airportby by Mrs, Clyde Cato IXillow-'' rf'. I ','L, ,
    1 As
    Wll '/nlermrlon' Main Route I Star Chicago, Phillips, his hostess Tuesday evening/ ing the luncheon interesting a'. :yn'

    |ilU &Centrol: AvtnutILIST St.Nnbu. roe' Flo SI While here she result at Pln<'- I Wednesday evening Dr and He Is 17 and will graduate from readings worr plvon by Mrs Ida ,f'

    X AUC.18IINF. 'I I "Mil'Is! bu- Crest Lodge( MIM Casa Collier entertained college/ in June, jM. Curiy
    Heads Dentists
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    -- east 'II >to Hone the enti SI Paul' Episcopal Edenlawn; ] contingent of winter David Martin, student at TI'II I Mr. and Mrs R V Ankcny,

    your Room., Apartment ce.0st "I i Hoildu from Jlu'k- Sunday Sl'IlIIoJ.l \\allou \hltois 1 and home folk with moving State, Angola, Ind? is riving/ Ankona, were hosts to a small ,
    and swwille'
    [Homes with us. Renlal to unite io Miami are being i rallied As no Christmas program was pletuies of the Doctoi Big I this week to spend the Christ- I neighborhood card party last '
    In concerted c !(fort Game hunting trips In Africa and his mother Their guests I
    to combat planned lot Sunday school pupi 'mas holidays with : Saturday evening
    L. FULFORD mobile/ I UN diversion of a1l0-: : ol si Paul s Episcopal chinch South Arncilca Among; the Invited Mrs. Edgar K Marlin, In Walton. were Mr and Mrs, W. C. Wilson,
    cf\.C other tiiifik f I In, nor:hern nui V wt lit Walton !gifts will be dlslilbulo were Mr and Mis Victor I Miss Katherine Ensey; and Mr and Mis 0 Hioman, Mrs e; r
    E'/tl// /, from Miuthiusinn slates nit. ', 10 i In' children after reiiiilur V Conklin, Mr and Mrs Harvey Donald En soy were dinner guestsof E F. Llndei'man, Warren E Lln- a
    BUYING SELLING: m--rI\C::: : U S No l highway. Sunday.PIKMI) houis Dec. 22. Merwln, Mrs. Katherine Morris, Mr, and Mrs Charles Cleveland derman, nod Mis CailinComniiindei ,y'
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    PROPERTY \\ACE\ID\T:; :: I Local city county and 'I.l i ( Following (the' New Year, Sunday Mrs, Florence Cave, Miss Annette In Fort Pierce Saturday and Mis W F. ,

    Write I', O. Box Xo, ,1 olilclals alonu( with chambei of' i r t school will <( )nvenc t'J'ry Sunday Cave, Mr and Mrs, Dumond evening n Inn of Ankona will have as
    316 North Colorado] Avenue( Commerce UK calling!: upon oth.., MI 9:30.: m Everyone welcome Meiwln and Arthur Phillips, Mis J. W Lowilo, Mis F. C then\ Christmas house guests,

    Phone 117: communities aim) the MIMI ,, A Mrs. Daisy Den'dan Richard Frederick Sabln, Syracuse Deveiltks, Mrs W. C. Wilson and Mi und Mrs William, Sullivan "'
    Stuart, Florida east Coast lo lulu(< In u 'O-uJlC'I'-,, Entertains: N. Y. has joined his parents : Mrs Max Shalnfcld were among of Miami Mi, Sullivan Is a real-
    live program of ach'eriofng' :,: outgeneral Mi, mid Mrs, Fred Sabin, Drive matrons attrndlng Emcia state Inuk1'STOP
    -- --- -- piumoiiun of the nun,(. Following the opening of her at the'lr hume in Walton This -
    -- --- avenue' from Miami to Jack'on- winter home In Ankona Mm will be Mr Sabln first tropical ,
    \ DOl' Mile Daisy
    Christmas, He thinks he -
    now pieftrd
    OMMERCIAL and cocktail last Sunday Q
    AERIAL a party
    GUESSINGGIVE
    Possible iraetlvation oi Ih, this climate to any he has
    evening Enjoying her" hospitalIty -
    florlda East( Coot HlKlmiu Assotlallon been in At present he Is busily i I
    it wen\ Mi and Mrs. Morris
    PHOTOS was indicated is a engaged helping to fulfill histparents Qta&.JI) \
    notation to Dr, Sterling V, Mud Lelslberg, Palm Beach; Mr and hopes of an attractive A WESTON
    successfully
    compete) I t
    OTOGRAPHS WILL Mrs Conrad Albiacht Stuart
    HELP YOU MAKE THAT against Central Florida orgaulc-I : garden selling for their recently EXPOSURE METER. *
    Mr anIn() : Lamont and
    SALE lions ihataie' A nation wido program ID make Henry constituted bungalow.
    indeavoilng to idtnnce dental) .. care available for all chilIt I Di and Mif F'. A CJowdy, Fort Tor Sllll nr tlouea Color Ol Black
    ROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE Inland lenlei Mi and Mrs John E. conway ..
    GUARANTEED 'en regardless of income or location Pierce,. and her house guest, Ml'*,, and'I"I tlnluralurCmrrypeN, I |
    Five prl'l1l1lll1ary eunleienu I if being urged by Dr, Sterling I I who are completing a home In t
    V. Mead (above), of Washington, Katherine Lynch, ., A Companion Oifl( 'ThVI'cktoilNiclographi .
    TROPICAL PHOTO already: have been held Ankona as fast as mateilaU are a
    SHOP anel iBtneral 1>, C", new president of the American Bursting with enthusiasm over rhcrmomcitr,
    ma.i mp'tllIlof: nil In- mental Aisoclntion I 1.ls new purchase, Clem Barkley obtainable, are showing their (11( -
    urfer Bldg. Next To Western Union tirestedea" mist buslnl'lI.sl'sa' "We believe that the !greatent ol Jensen brought his boat up to ends a Hollywood double poln t i EFTTrIl Bur NawTUTTLES /
    held here ut 10 II, m, Deccmbci problem \that now confronts us Is Ankona Monday lot FleU-hci setll that was planted In their -

    16 al the 81II'Hlstllw Civic Center "Every the care child of should children have," an he annual said. Russell) Inspection Mr. Russell, I I yard last jc-ar One bloom n.ea- CAMERA

    A iiieiii\ ) (Ii i icpiosentalives dental examination If parents are a good Judge of launches, staled .suied over a foot across and pet- SHOP
    HAND PMNTSD AIWMI&INGraterfront [ Horn South Jacksonville/ \ lo I unable to meet the costs of dental Mr Baicley had an all-round) Ills i&o large mid profuse thai ', THE SEA CHEST
    Mailnelanel met In/ Si Augustine care fur their children, it should ba pleasure and fishing boat and he only Ihe word magic expresses 106 So 2nd
    I provided by community health programs 'I -
    last week (inel ,e'\ct'al Chamber of I ," would be this captain would this gorgeous bloasom.Mrs v Ft Pierce Fl..

    Commerce ixecutlves mel In I, Dr. Mead said the dents) as ocla- get his moneys woilh In lun Kenneth Klrkbrlght and
    t :Miami Morn!,i\ A meeting of tion would seek aid, from the new and fish I small daughter, Susan: Ann, who I
    r, e tot coast he .ol men/ was held COHRTCM! for children dental care Mrs Fanny Streelei and Mist!': have been the guests of their (
    I and for national dental research
    m.. Daytona Brach Monday. Institute a In an effort to find new Ethyl Ktynuslon Minneapolisand : runt and untie, Mr. and Mrs. I i I

    300 OLD VI IE Ili WAY Confereines also) have been mi'mis of prevention and control of Ankona, spent last Friday I In, Joseph Worthington In Ankona "
    I IH( Id wllh R R Martin president I dental dipeancsIK Palm Beach Miss Kcynaslon Ii I I'i in leaving Sunday to return to I Ii
    cYfaat6. Haul, however, that the nation I I i '' home In Jersey City I
    01 the old i rat coast highway expecting lo leave for Miami thcjii
    B kntiKU opposed to
    e PO.BoX 501 !i.:.(((In, In Fen(! Pierce, and with health are insurance because! compulsory shortly after Christmas where,, I, Mr. and Mrs, James bummirvlllc -
    7 Earl: 0 TI1.t1'I': ; secretary 01 it would fail to Improve) the na she will visit old friends and Mr, and Mrs S Oalatl. 40,000
    dais dental health, I Ml. I I of West Palm Beach, were recent I
    I I t tin' ubs'latiolJ.;; in Veto Beach. Tom fccull jr son of /meMis ?Gas
    Ihoi I \iuMlnc meeting\ 1I 1-- ---- I Thomas broil of Ankona, guests ol Mr and Mis Edward I

    l Ins week had! ,il Ian; -" attendance I iimmiiniimiiiiimiiMimiimiiiiuiiiiNEWS\ \ \ will arrive home Sdtuieluy trot I i B. Traub at their home In An- ,, HEa
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    i O}< Vlllanovu College, VIIHnov, Pa, : kona I
    Properties ( I where he is taking* n |Jlrr-nwdlca E R. tiihey: Walton, wo a''
    EARL W, BROWN
    Indian River Drive course Tom wll enjoy a thre(e Miami vUKor Monday. I 5CRAFI
    |an; the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, URGES I
    and Kobe Sound PROBE Of I week's vacation hue I! As a holiday feature the White MEDICAL GOOD JOBS

    Ocean Frontage SUGAR SITUATION Rv MVACLAUKmiiiimiiiimiiiiMiiiiiiMiii'iiimiiiiii Mr, and Mrs Edward Full'bin'i iEn.sey I'I i 'i City improvement club has planned -
    ( \ I Miami will spend a two- I a "hobo" )party to be heldr

    ptA } DELAND: Earl W. Brown, vice: I':. It Traub rurcha&esTraM week holiday vacation with the I In community hall at White City I

    fir.' !tcG chairman ol the Florida Slate > Mfg. Company I parents, Mr and Mrs E. n Eimj,, '' Monday night, Dec 23, to which i WE
    i aRweR ; Chamber ol Commerce Indus Sale of the Traso Manufacturing in Walton. Their arrival is ex Drive residents are Invited ,
    I .- trial Commluc, Kris that the I Co. of Vero to Edward B I peeled baiuida 1 billing; the list of holiday R P %GSMECN

    / a lime has come for a complete Truab of Ankona was announced I After Fpliltcd tennis game s \isltois; l 18 John J. Durkin, Jr., A A MONTH
    Io
    .. Investigation of the sugar situation -I by the new owner this week The Sunday afternoon on the: court s from Bolesion, Mass who ar-
    I with a \kw of determining deal; was coniumated Friday and I at Edenlawn I a picnic; I .siippei wu H rived from St Peter's school) In

    .YY.,. Ta just why Amu lean and Florida I Monday a corporation was formed served in the pavilion to Mu I.; I Wooslei lor a vacation visit with
    sugar produce are limited as to with E. B Traub President; ------
    the amount they can product byI'eatlell Edward Traub, lot, vlcc-piebl- -'--"

    ? Y t! and quotas that protect dent/ George Sasso, 2nd, vice- I i When somebody, say: s In \ 'IJ, '(.farm. l jobs
    k. off-shore 8I''a'hlll' the Amcil- I "-DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT--if you're
    IteMcUnl' ; Mrs, E, B Traub, arc hard to find
    !r- .. Yam I run hexiseull, ulfers I lI''aliurcl'lIIu.I Mix George fcusso, I I&e'CI''IIII'Y a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34

    Brown 1 Sec) ,i ('onuresalonilli ( inclusive'!

    (|iili\ hill i the whole sugar The new corporation has already -I I In your new Regular Army, 40.000 good.jobs a monthare !

    l Il.rbb. He mints to know Who begun a program of change r MODEL 7 opening up interesting jobs that pu> will that
    { rww t'o owns I the 'o-<' illed off-shoie and will operate the manu \ r I IDON'T II offer advancement career opportunities and training! and<
    and what Gasoline Mower II I useful skills\ and trades
    sugar pluititleins facture of Venetian blinds In I experience in many
    \\atos ,11(' bring!: paid foreign Fort Pierce as soon as a building I ; Ii New higher Army pay food clothing, quarters

    sugar I,urn I iboieis can be acquhcd Until that time, i travel, at no extra cost GI Bill of Rights educational
    -- -- ------ which Mr Traub hopes will be benefit for those who enlist before the official terminationof

    very shortly, business will ton- I the war and serve at least 90 da>'. and the opportunity
    'I Untie from the Vero plant I for early retirement with a life income add up
    J I to a career you can't afford to miss.A .
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    > Ilr I 3-year enlistment permits you to choose any branchof
    : I ihlldicn anticipate coming to I I service and overseas theater which still have openli:ji

    1 S'1 Eden from: Washington: D' C, for I Go after one of these good jobs now! You can get all
    SISCE their annual visit to Mi Svccspnirnts the facts at your nearest U S, Army Recruiting Station
    : Yr l. r 1112IS' : Mr and Mis Joseph I and ENLIST NOW!
    : f Mec, and Mrs. Svec's mother. +
    o Z Mis Dubai I-crson, I * * * t R R R 1

    Mrs Edward B Traub and Mis MONTHLY
    NEW, HIGHER PAY FOR ARMY MEN .It:REMENT;
    Sasso ol Ankona, spent Sr/1Y1
    George
    t p'iali' BUYINGA In Addition lo rood Udin|.Clolhes ind Medml Cm /?r e. INCOMI AFTER,
    Friday In West Palm Beach EVEN: THINK OF Ire' 2er:' refrrle ':'
    In Little David Van Meerten Is ar In Addlnan chr ,.(:t'o'o', Oar ill.: Alaalrr Sergeantarru Menfa i o rne
    "" ""/, NN/Y IYYI x I tome from the Foit Pierce hospital I NEW MOWER. WITHOUT lor service Over' 0' firol Serseont $rof.0o $10".2'. 11185,6)
    r. "* Itrntabllor where Dr Ooodwln removed ;e+"M Soso; J r Pernc 'Mup:." rnth+, Technical Scegesnt U5.1111 8,." U 1.88

    his tonsils: I He Is the son of I SEEING THE SENSATION II Member.,of Ylvm{Per or Staff Sergeant Jl5,110 14.75 129.38
    Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties I Mrs Jeanette Van Meerten, a new Gliderer Month for r.Se Para
    Throughout Martin CountyACREGE sklent of Ankona It's different! Its faster! It's thrilling SENSATIONcuts Will t Not,in Ens+I.ad py upon I SrtiO'P+r, Corporal 90,00 58.50 101.25

    -:- RNCIIES Information I Former Itesldont( of Drive DiesIn i grass with the new whaling blade" method. Your hull DUIV flcor fish I'? r Inc Y.oro r,... Private flnl Cla. 80,00( 'UOO 90.00Inof
    Fort: FierceMrs lawn will look like a green velvet carpet. There is no iPay'I : Private. "OO 48.1' 84,38

    Seualls Point River-lo-Itlv'Cr\ Properties Real Estate Insurance ,. Bertha Truman, 76, of need for raking either, for SENSATION cuts the clippings * * *
    and Write or See Chicago, who had come here for I into a fine mulch that protects grass roots from the

    Juplfc. Island Ooean-to-Sound Estates: Sites I I the winter and was residing with cun's hot rays and helps keep your lawn thick and healthy. "Wo"Lh4n'?10, 0'Gm l *.ecfioudlf Lomb"o>,' "YeO, 0''So.tA.."011'01'ow f
    JOHN E. TAYLOR Mi. and Mrs. E A Jones of I SENSATION cuts the: average lawn in thirty minute W. HolI,' end fcalbtll Iroio'ctifi 11II

    B. ARBOGAST OsKdi D1.U/ Phone' IOU Orange Avenue extension, died I and eliminates practically all\ hand trimming. Come in .n eaten. ;o,
    .MIT last Sunday night in the Fort I and see our disnlay of SENSATION Gasoline and Elec-
    SI I REGULAR ARMY
    Insurance tric Mowers today Or better call for demonstration YOUR
    Bttal Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Pierce hospital, Funeral services! yet us a
    I were conducted from the Yates See for yourself what SENSATION will do right SERVES THE NATION AND MANKIND/ IN WAR AND PEAC.. 1
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    lawnEdwin,
    chapel at 3 p m, Tuesday with I on: your own

    The Dr James body was Howard sent to officiating Chicago U. S. Army Recruiting Station

    NITE ONLYMONDAY I for burial I A. Menninger
    COMING ONE The deceased Is survived by a 04-706 Comeau Bldg. West Palm Beach

    niece. Miss Margaret Moore Toronto Agent I
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    she visited
    Can.. whom on I-= =. .___.._ -c ----- - -- --
    DECEMBER 23



    BASEBALL, Florida PARKStuart -REAL i ARE YOU DRIVING SIDEWAYS?



    THE ORIGNAL ESTATE


    Minstrels SOUNDS SILLY, DOESN'T IT? MIS-ALIGNED WHEELS DRAG, SKID and

    Florida Blossoms
    SCUFF ALONG INSTEAD OF ROLLING STRAIGHT and TRUE. THIS SIDE ?t


    Americas, Largest and Finest Colored Revue DRAG ON YOUR TIRES SCUFFS AWAY PRECIOUS RUBBER. Come in for f i

    DANCERS, COMEDIANS InvestmentsSales I

    50 SINGERS, GIRLS 50 .I.Iw"B''TiiToN An Inspection on Our Bear Wheel Alignment Machine. I '

    PRETTY
    50 and Listings Through- I


    Special Street Parade Reserved and Section Band for Concert White. at Patrons Noon : : I II RALPH ULMER MOTOR CO. i


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    . i I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART I .* Hume News)SIKS.'Items Telephone' lfl HlA\CtS for e thin before 119-W paper O noon. SMITH:muM on reach SO'lrhi <)lf<,:l|..,:'**:IJ


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    If,ill. E Lewis. Mrs Maivln Mis Quv Bind Mrs Helen Arnold ..son. Mis -
    ninisr WMS :M\HKS Ie. Courson, Miss Syrena Tottrn 1\ ;M. :MISS ROUFL1BIHTIII Mis i Bob Bciew "K. :
    t tllIl( nl \4 \F\MV 'Mrs. Ed Wells Mrs Joe Phllp U UIHI.\1'tS: ) \\' I Row'oil. Mis. Lee Url-oni Mm Mrs Vivian Taylor Mrs O. PIItlIl1li) ]
    Announcing The Opening of Mis L C Klcklltei' niranked and Mrs J. J. Richards Mrs I' Mli Miiv ,'ane Rowdl rolebiuted Unman\ Holt? MIR A F. Hunter. CinntLeek. Mr*. Homer D Hud-l Chailes Robeiu ,: )
    hn;' pliilUh blithdnvPntinclnv I _
    Oeorge F Barber closed the pro-
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    hoi humt \\II h unique Christmas --------- ------ --- --- ------
    I piam with an Interesting t talk with a pintV ut hei I
    d'rul'lItuns! T\1t'sday\ afternoon as : : : ::
    : ; PALM CITY STORE he enteitaliud I the Baptist \\MSloi on World Federation of MethodIs home on Oscuila I Blvd. Aftri
    the annual Chilstmas party, Women. Others present w ere )playing nam s on the Inwn: : FLOWERS for ALL
    reottire of the pronram was the Mrs, H H Thayer Mrs F. M (,IORS! went Into the dining loom OCCASION
    J t'\\ GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE Christmas story by MM, Phil Kramer Miss Mary Ames Mis. which was cl tocorated in pink antigrl'l'n.
    Maxwell, followed by carols and Jolly Bozont Miss Cella AUood Birthday cake and Ice :
    Located In Old POlt Office: Building
    Mrs Walter Hitching Miss cream were served to Anne Sln- I
    the
    the exchange of giftn around
    Your Patronage Reipectfully: Solicited BOUQUETS CORSAGES
    lighted Christinas t tree. Those Mamie Symonette and Miss MHalsey gletary Sandra Davey Sally 6tevart -
    Mrs, Ed Shirley Goodman Johnm'
    G. TIDMARSH present weie Burgess
    Mis J. C Anthony U' Mrs DL I ___ Nixon, Allan Bikei, David DeEeny rioial Ananiriments

    :. Williams Mri A. O Pitt man. MRS. COMUn HOSTESS Maiv Lol Campbell Coin
    ---- Mrs IN \nHOME: I Koonre: Pichnicl lloffmnn Pnliicla -
    Mis Robett Longbottoin POTTED
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    ) Arnold! Baii( '. Mrs \V L, Sulli- Mrs, O W Conrad entertained Roe Q all Handy, Ilenn' PLANTSDomestic
    j u.n. Ml's. A B. Blair Mrs Robert i at luncheon Tuesday at her Austin Emma Ruth DonaldsonVanen .
    Bikei, Mi8 T C Knowles srM new home Plnecrest, on St tucie \ Rice Mrt Eddie Let- anil Impoited, (diltw n" ,

    It 'Everything tor the Sporhnun L C Moore1 Mr W. CLumml I Blvd Those present weie Mrs, EH I Smith Mrs HariU Lottery Sl'i .
    -, I '. Mis A J. Maxson MisVIcoBditel Bess Mu. E P Noyes !Mrs, and Mrs Ulmer SlngletaryDiTIM .
    :Mis. C H, Munch Robert Williams. Mr, WaiicnHize ---
    Miss Nell of TKHvr ( iini PLACEOUU CHRISTMAS OUDPR TARI\ .
    ... MiLelii) Clements Mrs R T and Noyei '\: .\
    ,i J.IPksI(,11. :Mi' William He>boer Femandina Floilda i\ nitKLi: o\Mr: ; tlellveiics
    will make pemouul to Stumi
    t. ) 1)I")/\\ ,lit',
    the .
    Aft lurching at Ptuart
    \'IN LOlll'P Hinell 1.11'11. S. 0.1 --- r .... t
    I MRS SO\OES Hotel members of the Dutch '
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    'i l 1\1(1:\ <1 MIN clnilci MrLaln I ( In'IMman. .
    I c i nidc M 1"l't0I1, Mrs R. B Mc- i IIONOKS MSITOf Tieat club pla>'ed bildge Thurs-!

    ))1" I II i \; iLli Mis j F Elwell, Mrs. !Mrs E. P Noyex was hostess I day afternoon at the Civic Center
    ]\ \\. :\1111111 i Mis L B, DeLoach ''I ai luncheon Saturday at her I High sroies were made bvMi
    I \11'> -. F C. Ciews, Mis Belle home In Port Sew'all. honoiing I s. Ashbv Aibogast and Mrs.
    ) I /i bMiss\ : Elsie MarJe Hey- her house guest, Miss Nell Nojes Howard NeBll Others playintweieMis !' SMITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPI
    ''I i :Mlsv ,u'nt'mine DeLoachAI of Fernandlna Piesent weie MisW I Boyne VKPheison! /!,
    )-.- i 1..1111".. Kickllt. and :Mrs. A. Palmer Mrs E H. Bess I H F Kelly Mi*. Jim Kennedy
    ',I;.,,\1 III Mrs OV. Conrad and Mrs Tdoessling Mrs Conrad Albracht MU< Idu We Wile novel
    I -"' Albl'acht.II's.! H H HlpsonMFTMOniST .
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    ( IKL .ClUTS ltl< IIFM MisVlllaford Ransom Leach .\l'AJJI! ( HI.DO. ;5th Stiect 1'IION'L W-J
    : : \ (
    1\\: Ml;:MIUKS
    I Tin Oiil Scouts m..t1.1/ the'Ol11fll1'S had as house euests list week at I rilCT: (HFUtKSOifiirii Poll I'iciio, Ploiiiln
    I Tuckahoe Mrs Merle B Mann for 1<))17 were electedbv
    \\ Club TUl'sdayIth 30 I
    and Mrs F A, Blink of Jacksonville the Methodist Co-Ed Class at
    ils ,mi! 3 leideis piesent, Betty! I I .
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    Mrs V T Koch Ilnd11'1. B Christmas party Thursday
    ,I CENTURY BOATS c\!.oiiiMin tinentfc,, and Joue Evel Edenflelct>n Rcltz Jean act11 H. O Owen of Clewlston and I, nitlit: at the (church Lutllne '; : .f ,, 9 'e? J': :1'ft "'f"' rt.f.: Z: '.g ,z: ?: ft"-Y\: :

    Mis Potter Baldwin ofest Greene chosen
    was president
    ; as Coloi Ouai'd for the opening
    flag ccicmom( A beautiful Palm Beach The vLsltois weielieie I Wajne Wells vlce-piesldcn' : .ARCADE MEN'S SHOP
    "I Inboard and Outboard candle-lighting Investiture ceremony to attend the meeting of I Margie Tucker secretary; Beit.
    the sixth district Garden clubs Clements treasuiei; Jem'
    was used to lecelve Into
    membeiship Maiv Alice Do- -e- I Smith lepoiter.The FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
    NOW ON DISPLAY Loach Elclene Smith and :Muncy\ I Jerry Inscoe student at Wake : newly-appointed membeis ,
    Boyd Ten gills from Patrols 2 Forest College N C. will spend 'of the Reel'ration Committee arc IF YOU HAVEN'T FOUND EVERYTHING YCU WANT IN STUART TO COM
    u.id 3 and leader Mrs J. L Bo- the Chilstmas holidays with his Jean Dare and Jerry Smith Af 1..:: PIETE YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS YOU WILL FIND OUR STORE A GOOD,
    IN OUR STORE zone took part Plan were made nunt Miss Lucille Inscoe at the) i I ter a sesMon of games glfi.swere SHOPPING PLACE FOR QUALITY GIFTS AND WEARING APPAREL
    Rue Apartments distributed from beneath
    j lor Scout participation In the' r"p. I
    Community Christmas I tree I e- I the beautifully decoiated Christmas t.t ,.....
    IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ,vent Mis. Harold Basso St'veils tiee and lefrechnum* wcrrteived '
    t Point spent four days in Jacksonville T. enty membeis and thotcachei BOTANYPRODUCTS
    Zola Mae Blakeslee, Helen( MeCullouph -
    last week '. Henry Kindred iml
    Speeds Up To 38 M.P.H. Jane Moirlson and I -. I Mrs Kindled, weie piesentIRII ,; .. l
    lC'ty: Wood lead the Christmas I
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    Mrs Harold Basso and her sister
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    stoi fiom Luke as they knelt I
    > Mrs George Salmon of Se-, :VtlMIIP ('U I !" .
    l eslde the lighted nativity scene, 11 :
    wall i Point weie Visiting West IMS f IIKISTM r.\ltn' .
    SEA CHEST Follow Ing I the singing of Christi r
    THE Palm Beach this week An inspliatlonal talk by Mrs t: J, '.f: '."',
    carols lefieshmentt were \ ..
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    strved 1 from u beautifully decornted \ Mai'Ion Bellou Flske was tin<' il} "'- We have gone 1 100 per cent Botany because .
    I Following the rendition of the ghlight: of the CJi)", tinas parts' "
    j., : 106 S. 2nd St Fort Pierce, Florida ton table and KlfU weie dUtilbutta Messiah at the Methodist church given by tin Fii'nclthip class ol }f J

    Sporting Goods Household Appliance! Horn the Christmas Sunday evening those taking the Biptlst 1 church Thursdnenlng \ i;.;' .#!fJ we have found Botany product!
    tieeUOC 1 part will be honored at a recep- (\' in the I annex Mrs CknDeBerrv f"7fjf.t:13
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    "RU. t! >n at the home of Mrs. F D eniertatt wi'h 1,*' i iI '
    - K! IIOIDS J) :MOTIIIMHTIVJ .\ i Ijines: at Sew'alls Point I I leadings. nnd enrh membpr leIcpived :' ...t ., !:=,."" honestly made and reasonably priced

    ': I _- I n Rift from thn Chl'lSm,>s'tiee f\'J' 1, '.'fI

    The Methndin WSCS met | Mr, and Mrs. E M Bennett O'heis' att'n:IIIIR "1'1" \|iIjohn ;. < Botany Robes Botany Tiei
    Tmsclav. ((1' the church with Drbbott | have; left lor their home in Plttsi I ODiv Mis CIOSMO BikdI :
    :\ Moiton presiding;. The i burgh after spending Thanksgiving I Mis Cecil Domldson Mis D 11-1
    \ nuilar' monthly fellowship sup11 i with Mr and Mrs W C ton Andtrson :Mis J. r WI'II'I'< i iMis f Botany Mufflers
    :r } r I that is held on the last Frid Armor In El Dorado Heights The Runnlt Cioss. :Mis Ear) ii,1

    .iv of each month was postponed i Armois are now entertaining Mr I' : Botany Brand 500 Suits but
    .. l'11111 the last Friday night In and Mrs Fiank Barton of NcI W-q < ,
    Jalluary. Mis W O Aldrldge anunced I \\ark. N, J.. who aie heie for a 'I "
    fJ ill ,' I that the Floridi Chain week of fishing' ,.'; llllF F MISER'ES'.y tM ',,'hI"' ) :; Not Many Suits Available Now
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    ,.r Mls..lons11I. be held in Fort tfijCOLD \
    Pcitc on Jan 30 and 31. 1947 I' Mr and Mrs Richard O Hupiel -/ \jJ'
    following! the business meeting will leave Saturday for TuUa .. "'''''.''0'0 ,lit .
    :Mrs Aldrldge was leader of a Oklahoma wheie they will spend ti C LD..mARATI.o l

    HURRY : Christmas carol program with a I the holidays with Mrs Hupfel ..
    -- SUGGESTIONS
    GIFT
    '" Palestine setting; In costume I parents Mr and Mrs R. Bruce I- : .d.J
    .. --- ----- -- --- ------ / REAL Kings Men Toiletries krZh

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    SALES See U. For Sports Jewelry Western Belts J


    Il & cr..if.f.I..=- >.. ,,} I( J-9 Repain and ESTATE : Silver Belt Buckle Sets (/lll

    > SERVICE Parts
    Billfolds Traveling Sets !"\ ; ".j'

    ARNOLD BAUER Properties of all kinds I 1.1'I"l"1 Luggage \ ..I.tIU \r/

    St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W for lal.. b;; -- ? \.,.. ",, ;if

    MORE THAN 2,000 TIES
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    Also rentals and insur

    .. ance. ''iil $1.00 to $7.00


    SHEAFFEICS"TRIUMPH" I ".. Tie To Tye & Lisk On Ties



    1I Edward Realtor Mapp :I" TYE & LISK


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    P. O. Arcade Bid I
    Hot BJ a firecracker. That's an expression Hot as I 115 117 119 N 4th St., Fort Pierce, Florida

    a soldering iron That's a fact! A fact spelling Phone 19 Phone 210
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    progress as new telephone connections are soldered I ..... .......c.""' .......".................. )1.0."""' ".....'..... "......""", oqo""",," """' 'to,.,"""' ""' ......... ......"""' ''''''''''''''.... .'!..,,''.....:..' ,.......'Q\o......,'
    !:!Io1I I _!''! u.:;'. QtIIo'idJQ.c. t .':;O ot (4..ot .tff.o.t f '. fa.'ot f.rf&i. (4'ftf}! tf} (ot ""
    together-putting speed into the Telephone Company -
    :.( j :itt: : &.: it :ii '; i I> ""rU-- rj 4 :t :-i'j :
    service
    s program to improve -to provide

    telephones for all who want them.
    Inviting Our Martin County Friends

    Telephone folks are in the thick of things, striving GIVE THE GIFT,THAT /' .

    to give you as quickly as humanly possible the ,/ AGAIN THIS
    PLEASES "ALL-WAYS" ,
    kind of service you want. Installing equipment for .
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    more and better telephone service is a time-con ,.
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    suming, complicated job Miles of wiring must be ,_ 'T
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    laced into switchboards. Millions of intricate con --- )I.

    nections soldered, each in its precise place. Banks l'. ,. w..... ..,_, ,Ito for ._1 .. w.. .. ,,_01 .
    ..._h.'1ft...... ...., 1M.".." "r.UMrH", II ._.""' TO
    of electrical relays set up Cables laid. Poles '
    I"' ; "' ';: t >> .
    .- tnply fty*.' H"'W'*ncognln' ta' MUM* 'Ik.ipww '. : i
    erected Wires strung And sometimes a whole new .. .... .. I'
    holvnt *ot W m* *mt .It l bilk* utulfxltai ,
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    constructed."Get ""*ctoow.oriUKf,U( ***.'FONT M fXC.M.tewfctHm.ffaflUu ","\
    building .. .. .
    tun* rwfonraiM coofex* Horn, ft* 'r VISITJN'S
    TUUMfH/ .. ..<.HUM ""t'lh .MnmM waflabl*. | .
    the work out I" / ..01-.1ft_,wa,....1..... I. .
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    That's our slogan. And that's exactly what we K: tllllll _u. .. : u

    tire doing as fast as we can get the materials and .ft._: ," ::.. ',?-r-V"7::;;; .: di; '''': .

    4 h .'. ,1.. Jfc ,;... !,1. .... *_ ._*.! J
    then install the equipment. The Christmas Store

    THE STUART NEWS ,
    SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONI AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
    INCORPORATE FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
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    {YIE $TI ART: SEW! STL/tflT Manm C'oum.a.onTO. /> Tlli, R+Dn,, or.C(., tu! ,, .Ud'' P"14i I VINCTCEN "


    Etlllot are, f"'" 'EXCLUSIVE AGENT 'Plenty Available i Giant Tithonia -- ,

    of
    n piontrJ Room in Florida

    Building
    FORCENTURY ,


    For Tourists State Hotel Men Report

    ''fca-l BOATS -S Material' '

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    ANDRICHARDSON liwumimtion of the 19j 1!) | SiEJ !ii'> accompanied by the usual I rumor, speculations' tuiil I toward remaining for the I'nUii i ; \ .. : : Is Still, Scarce i

    I u-Kutz: propaganda) regarding( availability) of nccommodauon ( 'seajon,, and as a result, shcnt : BUT !:
    CRUISERS < an Wt'lIl114 the wildest rumoriih reference to rule I term visitors find It easier to obtain e; :

    ,.t..... In _order. to furnish the public ith .a fairly. authentic other types of accomoda- : N" d "
    ore ui actual concuuons I as i 1----- -- -- -- ------- .
    I 1i lion although in mat t parts of
    , STUART MARINE SERVICE \be they exist I today and as may best i apartment, motor courts and ,, the State apartment facilities Casa Lumber Co.
    anticipated by the general I rooming house facilities: clan be found. '
    33 Stuart housing Industry throughout the I j| Jacksonville area: Northwest '
    !lone I The question of rates mat: be ( zti.
    Box 96 Stale an Impartial survey has ,,I Florida Area, embracing Tallahassee summarized as follows: .i> Is Still Doing III Best To Supply You
    been conducted by the State 'I Panama City and Pen- ; "B-t 'ti PHONE 66
    A majority of the housing facl-
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    -- principal tourist section embracing Daytona: Beach and i ,
    throughout i 1 i
    I| arc( still under OPA and therefore ]
    the State of Florida. ,I adjacent cities, Central Florl1 'WINTER IIA\K\];::, 1 F1.01:1I'\I ( : --- --
    In Isolated ,
    except Instances
    This survey was conducted on 1 da, embracing Orlando Winter, 'I| Clone tatiidcn hold "m 'amfnl :.a _
    the rumor that rates have been(
    t the basis of requesting each com- |Park and the Ridge area; Southwest >{ of giant Mi MOID 'Inhm, a n\
    'lushed
    IVE 'I fkv-hlgh Is groundless l blooming CMIICXS, calf;, .
    JEWELRYFOR munity hotel association Florida area, embracingTampa > nt rvi
    vey their to sur- I Reports from all sections em1 __ _.. __ u WE THANK THE PUBLICFOR
    area and report through St. Pptpr bllrlCleal'wn\ 1 phasizes that the rate picture I,
    their respective officials on the ter, Sarasota Biadenton, Punt: has not ;MIKTIN ('(lI'NT)' IIOSMTU
    materially changed evenvliert
    accommodations available now, : Oorda and Ft Myers, and the decontrol I THEIR PATRONAGE ON OUR OPENING. WE
    \ OPA has been
    irservatlons confirmed for the Lower East Coast embracing the i effected Births: Mr. and Mm/ Chailes ARE TRYING TO MEET THE PUBLIC DEMAND

    period of the height of the sea- ,Palm Beach area Greater Miami ;E. Thompson son Charles )E; Ji AND HOPE TO HAVE SUFFICIENT PIES AND
    I I There In Florida
    are approximately ,
    sc'n' and the anticipated and Miami Beach to Key {VestSummalzing I' Dec 13. M,'. and Mrs LuwieneeBurchard. (
    space Hotels with BAKE GOODS FOR ALL
    1800 a total Jame
    CHRISTMASGIFTS available the girl Margaret
    during
    'the declining \ report covering -
    of over 80,000 looms; 8500 apartment -
    period of the season In addition vltttmlly every section of !Ine, Dec. 14. Mr and Mis Leon

    specific Inloi'motion with: reference the State catering! to the toll'ILtl'I1ct' ;, houses of approximately: Godfrey, girl Donna Onil Dec( PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
    ' ino.ooo units14.000: roomingI 7, Admitted and discharged Mrs
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    'P! to !rates was obtained \ the following conclusions!
    Report have been received are Indicated: I houses with approximately 100.- Von K. Jordon, Mrs Lillian Ff'rIy ,
    I IOCO rooms;: 1500 motor courts I
    fioni) i the' t following( wtionh{ \ of Dmln the early season fromNovember with appioxlmalely 22,000 or a Mrs Laura Pearl M.ilcahy.Lit a Admit ledMI's 1s- For Your Xmas Pies, Cakes and Hot Rolls
    the) ( Stale until the middle Juplicil
    unorlnit hotel! loonu of
    I tulnl of 25 800 establishments' offering '
    or January reported advance reservations 382 000 rooms under limed Mrs Anne Robl'I'IH11' HOME MADE DOUGHNUTS MADE: DAILYOpen
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    Albert Jensen Bench
    Quinn (
    IS YOUR LIVER indicate an occupancy of license In addition, there arelover I
    between I 50 and CO per cent of leslauianls Christmas 9 a.m. Till 1 1:00: p.m."HANDYPANTRY".
    DISTINCTION and QUALITYVISIT available 10000 with a The United States and Alaska
    space; for the verlod
    rapacity of accommodating at a : ore now canning scaly( Jv!
    CRYING FOR HELP from
    January 15 until the eailypait !
    almost
    single sitting a half mllI : pounds of fish ach yealnc l
    OUR STORE AND SEE OUR WIDE because of constlpntlon nr\ faulty dliisllon of March 'The Height of lion/( peoplei I every man. woman and child! ? If you Xerl b rte, BOUT, the Season', reported advance
    i Visitors to Florida will find theState
    rN rOM th nation according in I the l.il-,
    SELECTION blimtid ,
    OF with sell ly blue, J'I set voUons Indicate that while I ,,
    e II I ou IIv you may be p too bit I scrubbed and brushed and I rut i port obtained I rout On)
    a "'ulII, U'n on your liver, h tied, uiillKl principal resort areas anticipate prepared to offer the finest accommodations -
    J R. WOOD ART < '/ 'ted{ luOCl becomes. pmil'llialVC, !wood business, they are not) I llthlnii industry W C RinD)?
    CARVED ,
    Looking to future IN REAR CENTRAL
    p lusts\ toxins vliltli overlaid thoJlur lUlt'p I 'preslcl-nt) of Americas r'o, MARKET, ON 2ND ST. R
    prophesying a sensational season -
    ( keeping! Irons working prop- business Florida opnators) of
    DIAMOND WEDDING ,til)'. 'Then 'is the' lima to relieve your and Hint accommodations I Company, said I'-cenlh
    RINGS tired:; liver J by letting Caloubs\ help those establishments catering to 1I'rN".Jot.l\. _, '1ItW.IPJIt2'1fuYC.'dlrrYt'd
    n..turo sweep the putrefactive. and In one or mote of the categories I lie, traveling public will be anxious ----- -- - -

    partially digested mutter from your surveyed will be available I to render hospitable, efficient ': j, + .'AYr ur'fu"Yr.r; :': ,, ,xrWarL"YrtrfIrGdG.'rdYritr7Yrl; : ; i : BYFm": '" ': ;
    k'cimiuli' : end 1 Intestines. Nothing agj To substantiate this : d PPrlo' : AG drYT6'AdJYC'Y I 'I 'icy
    [:X & E. WALKER Jewelers : : old Calotnbs.Use as:JlJ analysisthe l and courteous service and
    ected.e10 I 8
    )OD and 25c Bt your drulGlbU Greater Miami Area reveals I the Industry t as a whole Is striving
    LACIER AVE. STUART FLA. that I there were only two dayslast : to return to pre-war standards : SPECIAL OFF

    Fake GALOTABSbe ''all ;of season the during hotels: I February were filled when to I of of (t the'omfol'IUld finest remit luxuryMany estab-, H !;

    i capacity; Miami reports an oc- hmrnts: utlll/ed
    formerly b\
    re pJ 1 9r larY'9'lnvyrr.,+ 'tr'prcrq' 'cupancy for November! ol only i 1 the /aimed forces arc renovatedand n
    "e, W 1r:: 4 1"reA '.' .2':1iS V "J. N, tr 't N : arYsrvu.uwitwYarmralwraoq/gf: : ':'.Y.'a. ( 50 per cent of capacity with an .
    'Ct. open) to the public again for ON ALL
    'expectancy TOYS dJ
    t.Fit of fcctween 50 and the first/ time since before the !

    60 per cent occupancy during v:ar, and despite building!! reslrlpa -
    FOR SALE I fibe. December and advises that 95 I| lion number of new facilities iIifi 6 '

    I accommodations per cent of! the hotels available still have during i are were offering completed swank this nccommoda-summer and ,, See Our Special Selection of Toys Offered At This Big Discount 4i

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    I' the height of the season I lions, thus augmenting available {i. ll

    SMALL APARTMENT BUILDING ftet | I' The foregoing generaliltna- liner') IhU p/ f\"'"
    tlon more or less prevails I wiuler-- __'-._ $I ; Visit Us For "'I
    I throughout the State with minor
    A GOOD INVESTMENT $, exceptions. As an example, .the !''M SPORTING GOODS, THE DUHABLE AND LASTING XMAS GIFT

    Daytona Beach Area Is now' only ; TENNIS RACKETS, FOOTBALLS GOLF BALLS TENNIS BALLS,

    "BUNGALOW" |i iiel I 2a per cent sold with ndvinci, is,? TOY WAGONS, (All Metal/ ). TACKLE BOXES, (Marbilt Wooden) i

    I the reservations season only for 05 the./cost\\07( lp 1 SIDEWALK BIKES ',-'

    COMBINATION LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM hr rore 41 HOBBY HORSES LAWN MOWERS PULL TOYS fII
    ,
    TWO BED ROOMS, BATH fa : wtlh an expectancy of 50 )percent
    t of total accommodations rJ BICYCLES FOR THE FAMILY r

    available after the peak has been R PING PONG SETS BASEBALL GLOVES ARCHERY SETS Nd
    WALKING
    KITCHEN, SCREENED FRONT AND BACK PORCHES. EASY DIS- faFANCE ,
    tQ passed. tt,7 GLENN DE BERRY, Mgr. t
    The Central Section of t the P .
    TO SCHOOL AND STORES FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED D M State Is looking for a bIg season jr l9 a 4

    but repots that space will br l l,4)WOHORSES le IDEAL SPORT SHOP

    available during the enthe winter -

    "RIVERFRONT HOME" | i The Lower West Coast Area
    embracing I St. Petersburg, I
    nit Flagles Avenue Stuart, Florida ;!
    SEVERAL BED ROOMS AND BATHS g I Tampa Clearwater Sarasota, '; (

    Bindenton nod Ft. Myers, anticipates Ynsrpr,4p(' !1pnocvpnparerrpdrpf.rYavrmn. : rYSrl;; YarpmrTrrraearpranY. errwYr9 nY.r rsr f az'Y.arr esY Ua
    YPr61 mr M1T1 r41 h' 'W "C, Pr'e' }q 3.17.Y1r*w'Wti4'4S Pa'1'q' 1 i11 b.A aYrgtis.
    .__
    I a big season but expects to I
    ,.,
    have accommodations available -' : ',1LlCS Y7ye' ;G'1,a {0.1w .u_ .Y"P 'a',14.V! rry: ,- R1171;C'4Vr-, '
    THEODORE DEHON & SON | I li rJl JiiKt Haw two horses standing iismrra'YC: Yrsdmru.umrr&urGrr7oa'urs:I s da'r)'i ti'rs.c'rrs'r" J tlu.'YSa'Im'4 ir+Yrs'eenY+ drar'' ''i d1V.JYI: ; o..ardmf,
    . > some of the categories Hated
    [Mo by lido( In a field under a dry tb
    during the entire fall winter
    REALTORS PHONE 81 gChoose I and spring tree, facing In apposite directions fl e4
    , DEHON BLDG. witching flies off rchother's I
    p i
    I The tourist season in most sections fa.u.It .
    ) of the State started earlier '
    ) !..'?'t"" )"" '2'''app<.1"'If'9'..' .' <1"/9J/9'iP! p:?'t!'?N? !t?.!<9.' .h9vhr: :,pnlwpr.'..'.'.'.fv.4wpapw4I : i' this year than ever before and f! made mo feel hopeful about ''p
    "" "" "" ""' '' >'t.: >'t.'w the human race .
    most sections are reporting unusually '
    GE4ll
    ..
    t good early season business J| If horses can cooperate, why

    " The period from Octobers can't'1>"OIIIO learn to ooperatt '

    I t"i January Is delightful In Florida ej ;Jfnyba, the countrlei of tho Jo

    I / as well as the )poiiod from [woiltl: could learn to cooperate. '
    :
    March through May and visitorscon i tlo
    I SS Maybe l capital and labor can :-r-
    find type of accommodation -
    I 1 any same lay I learn to supplement A DUw
    e desired! during these 1 per> / /
    c I each other,)ItKo'lwo. hnrw. r'

    il iods.With particular respect to Q Yea, I'm optimistic t maybe In :

    and availability of apartments "a million years peopla will be ai tr
    A Durable Lasting manyof
    Intelligent as horses
    the visitors come to the State /

    i I early and contract for this type: I 8 .

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    t r I I Mh' I I'4n} '\ I', THE STlAHf NEWS, STU1RT. Martin County, FLORIDA TlllllMMY, I"kC) :; 19, 1940


    t -- ..... .. r"-C:" -- -.- I sorrow, pity selfrmn .n Ju-allli : drink, they are throwing their I iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiimiiimii I I of Mis Robert Claik Patterson,

    : and mind perhaps they would money away losing their time:: ; Jensen Beach News'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111111) Lewis Gamble Jr, Warren Mr and Mrs
    LYRIC FOR RENT STUARTand hesitate in that list step. Perhaps character, self-coniiol, happiness Shipes and George Gideon motored and family Spent *?",?:; !
    'r, if the various anti-alcohol and souls.'Strong drink I Is I / )I I to Sarasota Friday to bringi Worth with frlpn tolIM.ITTIIEUS

    What it Needs organizations would step up their not only the devils way Into a'" Mr and Mrs. W. H. Munch i'I! Miss Verna Gamble home to

    OFFICE ROOMIn \ SlililiELLNeal : irvlng to stuff their teaching man but man's way to the devil, of Charleston, S. C are announc, | a peed the Christmas holidays IttTIRts
    THEATRE
    M:\\tTII:
    Bj down the throats of the youngergeneration He that adheres to strong dilnkis :
    Mr. and
    II 1 lug the arrival of a daughter, with her parents, Mrs Tallahassee
    ... .. and bring to them' open to all vices, for In his, Lewis EUKCII.' ','
    Gamble thews
    Carol Ann born December 2nd,, ended 22
    teal life examples of the scourage drinking he becomes the Vl'lm11 *
    PROGRAM FOR i 1),1111'I in UK hiMui\ ofthis oppo I I Mr. and Mrs. Munch are foimcr Miss Elizabeth Robertson entertained on the Florida Raiitar,
    ; of drink, it would do inure site of modesty and civility and 'I Con
    \ union 11,1' 1 1)11) diinklng 'residents of Jensen Beach, the following ladles at slon this week ,,' ,
    r THISVEEK to stamp out the desire to drink the distraction of reason, He becomes ? PI'tr
    Lyric Theatre 1..bit tkiii 'II mmy >untt men Mr and Mis, T. R Helper were bridge at Seymour's Inn Tuesday to retire to his hum ,
    Show of the brevier the ''liSt
    'ii I young man an example agent
    'I' xt I ,111(1 Wi"II1I'nI 1\\hll1 It.. fold :, shopping in West Palm Beach I afternoon: Mis E. J, Ward, Mrs, Commissioner w e
    the evil associated with the habi- trvern benefactor, the beggarscompanion Dough;
    Today :nine ,ui ten cases tiled Monday C, H Alderman, Mrs. Arnold Ltke City will sue.'.""fl
    t tual drinker and will far the policeman'strouble Matt
    FRIlJSATURDAY you go '
    Bldg.See ,,1, our 'Olll'l' IIII' murder, rape, Mr. and Mrs A Taube. Mrs, Lewis Gamble, Mrs, as chairman of tint <'
    in erasing the desire from the his parentsoe, his Maigarctls of QRBit l
    1 Dl-C 20 21 I'I'bbf'I'\ silllt :and reckless mind ol the voting At every sober fiends I sorrow his neighbors 'Chicago have arrived to upend : Adolph Heitcl, Mrs. Seymour He has been H 'm<'Jnbe, t
    ('i\lng are dnutlv\ atilbuted to the winter at their 'Gideon' and Mrs R S, Robertson I II 1933 and twice b"I.ro;
    chance show him a drunkard in scoff and his own shame new home on st
    Imi'i,! Doubl Feature L. A. Ai,-bugavt, Mgr. l tine drvl.I'Y! of nlcohol \\chave ,, I Riverside Drive l Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kllng honor- terms as chairman,
    In short. he he becomes
    the gutter the broken home the a tub I .
    Lint to lead the dally for 'rd! their Mrs Charles
    : I 11 I rURE NO. 1 E : "2: flI'f..JMfr papers sick mind the pitiful home life cf swill, a thing below a beast Mr. and Mrs J. R. Vaught\ of grandmother! j I
    proof thai our youth are headedler Wlnowleekl. her 76th birth-
    Eliminate the beckoning adveitlsing '- and a monster of a man. !Virginia left Wednesday for their on j I I I Fort Carolliu in" ,",,'", .,?), j
    disgrace by their becoming' last week with ,
    clay
    anniversary ,
    bthe of alcohol of the bars and clubs. Eliminate The youth of today who takes home after spending the past |''a i)i cus as the pulse ?,f ,':nch,,
    dlMMMd dinner
    use party. Those attending cnlzatlon .. :
    In
    the fancy advertising In the glass In his hand would do two weeks as guests of Mi, and I I 160.,, III Fft,'(
    II the men and womeni. Miss
    young were Victoria Rosky, Mr,
    the papers and magazines and well to consider what to throw Mrs A, A. Hendry and family, I I was situated utoi> I''I" ,11 ,uC
    i I todaould but realize' tlu'nl"l'llinall' I and Mrs, Harvey Wright, Mrs St Johns River ,
    SPECIALMATINEE II paths that lie be. ,YOU will be a step ahead in the pwcv, the glass or his life Mr Vaught was stationed at '' ,IX r
    i I Ifore Marlon Senske and Charles from tOday ,,
    \1
    i
    Camp Young during the
    I them becoming addicts to I field of endeavor of keeping the I war I
    French
    \ .ilcohol) perhaps they would hesl- urge from the >oung (JOT; SI'IKE KICK. Mr and Mrs J, R Tibbets of Winow'leckl, 1 I Itorvenlng colon three i JUII.. J ''hI

    I tale on that first drink If they ) If young men or women c-uuld Johnny Mann, Stuart Rod & Lexington Mass., arrived Friday I i Miss Connie Segrestrom spent i only have all ti.u I ,.?

    could sec that It Is not popular i, realize that when they go intoa Gun Club president, bagged a and are located at Ocean Breeze the week-end in West Palm |disappeared: bn I ,fie

    ,'llI to dunk If they could see the saloon and purchase st lone spike buoy .Sunday. Park. They are uncle and aunt Bench, the guest of Miss RosalieMARTIN I IITW'Ft itself has gone Tar, ,h.Iff
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    SPENT IN { ; HOME FIRMSOFFERING
    II I \I t Itro, I I COUNTY

    WED DEC 25th MARTIN COUNTY YOU
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    :;\ Door Open 2:45 P. M. STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESRice
    WO'C"Jt. ;;,lfi; ""LIn
    \" Jr.'+!! hlr: rOOTHFr..t SHOW STARTS 3 P. M. ,
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    Web Ordway Sport Qtunn's Store HotelAnd Stuart
    CARTOON
    T I IRE
    ."" 'JII'; Motors
    Shop Meats Groceries
    "APPLE ANDY' Restaurant"IIERBY'S" Service Station
    -- -- TUESDAY WrDNF DAY Al ,IIORtrCn: DEALER FOR And frozen Foods ;
    AGENTS FOR"Wilson'
    RECAPPING PRODUCE, DRUGS GULF PRODUCTSTIRE
    SERIAL DK J4 25 FORD NOVELTIES, GIFTS
    /Z Sporting LENDING LIBRARY It'K Never TII late For
    CHAPTrR NO s Phone 1I0.J REPAIRAND
    AU IS: AND SERVICEI Goods.
    5-' Hinkfast Ilerby'sOpen
    "SLCKLT AC.LM XS*" I AND f MTF ? )tCY HIrE FOR We PICk ('p .tad: Deliver I Jensen Beach

    I WRECKER SERVICEBOfJl STUART' RE.1P SERVICEJ 7 Days A Week Quick Road ServiceW.
    II MM *tt II--L! I-JTST Headquarters ..
    S.wart N. P.Prr ror Sal. 6AM. Till 9 P. M.
    REPAIRS R. 1'\IERny: Jr,

    SATUHDAY1Ok.'Nl.! .' I PHONE 9142 For FishermenParties At My 5.R..ld'nc.. tlruvy ITS AddtI"n H..Ipatl.k.. PHONE 9131.J IIOMI): ; ('OOKMI. IOI ACROSS. G.I-ROM REIN STUART, Mgr 1st

    DEC 21} l ,
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    10,00 A.1- fRANK HALEROOFING
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    : HOME BUILDING I p L
    g Ai Lance Brothers BE MORE
    ; I See GRANT LEEK GLAMUNUWNEWGLORY if

    FREE SHOW for -= ,,. -

    ?> HIGBEE & RestaurantGOOD :
    !. ';f of all kinds end
    DULLLIFELESS 1D
    REfRIGERATION FOR
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    THE KIDDIES i -" l" I WORTHAM Roof RepaIrIng FOOD <


    D->< Op,'n 9:45: A !\1 I I ....., .l, :, ;:.". )\ "t., I General and Repair Contracting: 1 General 4001 Colorado Delivery Ave"ELECTRIC Stuart AND SERVICE Pleasant Friendly Atmosphere Service Lle1m;;; | 'I':.

    MILE NORTH OF STUART : I II II I
    Phone 9141 and Leave
    SHOW :STARTS. }10 A. M Id
    P. O Box 832
    1 of 5 to Stuart Closed all d
    : Menaf STUART PHONE :I'W" day every
    > j ; Phcne 144-R I Beauty Shop
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    ..,_ Bathing Beach $2"BEAUTY" .0 nox III Monday
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    : _......'-4 SUNRAYJALOUSIES Uncle Stuart Sunoco BATSMANCONSTRUCTION
    ..Il Vi""' '' :"a'f' Billy sez
    ; ...... ; JOY fOREVER ,I
    A "Service Station"S'NO'O
    f P K co
    BORtAuE'sP ) I E.tlu.ve xm rte b. Amu.I", F..III'..
    5 f' FRANn : w. SVnd'Late' R.productlon '
    pr"hlbU.d .
    .. \ >. )1. [ ADI BEAl'TY.' COMFORT A'r I IFer PKOUICTS ROAD AND MA1INE CONTRACTOR l'I
    ."'.,. 1 AI L'F: TO YOlR HOME OR Sp.dal... ) I
    GAS OIL,
    1 r + uI ol BL'SISE SY INSTALLING\ lJ all of ( Py's trilRICATIOV

    _.1'I SUNRAY SHUTTERSF In manners, and his fun-lovin', TIRE REPAIR, WASHING LAND CLEAIJNGG1ADIN'
    \\T lIYAYSlOri \ \ Fn eJ, !J)
    "'.'. .. 'ET
    $INClfT':> Sunray Shutter VICTORY j I and nun' aio'one's chin! He 1'.1 is .l All Kind. .
    } ,rOD Products R. II and t I L /ARMTS O.nrrt rSTM\! ES "UKM 0
    er SALON
    I t BEAUTY urged his three sons not to Ikkary I
    lAn w C ARMOR P 0 BOX s 45'Ol'R Phone 9134 iho.r No I P.0.0.. '_3a F. HI \\'
    PHONE ZOS fight, and likewise not to
    ." IN TECHNICOLOR run from one; 'H forced, and I -

    I SIMM t.-t.L' .Hlll'DORN'CAIHER'' E McLEOD \- you're 'fentlin' th' right, then 1 I

    WILLIAM MlE MAriA ) \ HOME OWuDt : r whop th' mean sonofagun'Dont / !

    CARTER OUSPENSKAYA ARIEl,. STORE P&MBEER q ._ .' wait fer th' first blow la Docks, Auto Camp l'r

    rElix BRESSART. fRI1l Full hit you fer th' first one nm

    ELIZABETH TTER McCLUNG'S5c WINES.. CIGARS well be th' L\ST put all that Seawalls Stuart
    CARTOON: :: ou'\e got Into what DO, an'
    Direclid' CIGARETTES. NEWS PAPERS you Boat HousesAll
    "UNRULY HARL" FRANK BORZAGE OrJj I TO $1.00 STORE do uhat you do DO durn fast': Modem Cottages

    Ielldva sSrlrl-- a .. .. : I "The Dime Store On Sealtest Ice Cream ; I You don't hav' to stand fer nocussin' Types Of Marine And Trai'cr: Court
    that reflects on your fam- I
    REP SlIC ; ConalructionIvan
    SUN ;AY MONDAY PICTURE The Corner"OSCAR 'The Place Where ily tree, and never go hedgm' RENTAL. UY MO IY'/I'H, WEEK
    from fussin' no matter how bill'th' TaylorP. ALL CU-4V. NIENCES
    PI.c.! 22 23 t' JOHNSON Own.r
    :
    bird be'
    BENNETT B. McLAtCHLIS Friends Meet"OSCEOLA VI O. Box 474 BLAIR: an J! BAKEROld
    ",\ sizeable man often plays i
    1'01"".,.r AVE PHONE 104-J Dlx'. 11. Wir Phoi 51
    --- big bluff, }'ou'II find at least part :

    NAVY BAND o'th' time his threats may be loud but he's really not tough, even 1

    when light In his prime! flier1 do be come men who refuse to think

    dear, fer reasons no one could condone, then ther' be others who b

    LATEST FOX NEWSTHURSDAY SAVEMoney SULLIVAN'SFEED hav a cracked gear, straight thinkin' to them Is unknown Results Jensen Hdwe.SURE Stuart TaxSERViCE

    aI"' th' 1111.1111'h'n a feller I is mean-perslstin' In breakin th' laws-

    By Taking STOREALL and th' only sure cure that I've ever seen is teach 'em respect fer \,

    A Year's Subscription >cr cause':"

    KINDS OF FEED diandpappv would say of th' Nations Hi' same as he sed of mean TRY THEM THEY
    DEC 26 At $3.00 or Two FERTILIZER INSECTICIDESAND men: If they wont tote ler peaceful relations, then It's merel\ a Prcmpt Dcndabl;

    Two Big Features Years at $5.00 question of hen"-'aUhe any big. bully can end It by p\: \ln' bad ARE MORE THAN Courteous

    Farm Equipment"W. words out our way-and don't think that we wont defend it ifIIONOIt'S APT TO HAVE IT. rI
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    164 FLAGLER AVE., Jensen Beach PHONE 149
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    Mchael, John RosimundREDGRAVEMILLS 1
    '' JOHN FILING CABINETSART Buy Best
    YOU'RE THINKING OF PITCHFORD'SCAMP CENTRAL MARKET JOHNSCLEANERS

    mo DOUGLASS MONTGOMERY CONCRETE METAL "Where Economy Rules" GENERALELECTRIC

    t ANATOLI 01 ORUNWALC produtt.o. LEGAL SIZE 2nd and Akron t

    Shop at "Your Market" I .


    1'\1'J+ cr'n' BLOCKSAND Cottage FOR and RENT Boats $66.85Get Meat Produce For and Kitchen Appliances, Laundry, I STUART CUAmrs S: LEADING SINCE. IOte DRY. \


    CONCRETE ITEMS WHOLESALE and RETAIL "Em" While. They Groceries Cabinets and" all small DRY CLEANING I
    .I I
    SEC. Seafood Last I I I Courteous Service appliance. Radios EXCLUSIVELY '1I 1

    I Ceod4"i 1 I I. L. DECKERDIXIE Bait For Sale Stuart Daily News !I I Conveniently; Located MARTIN COUNTY i I I PHONE 58 I

    POPEYE CARTOON I HI.WAV-PHONE 5T.W JENSEN BEACHAT Phones 300 301 I Joe Brooks ELECTRIC I FLAGLER AVEr ,
    i COUNTY BRIDGE Phone 308 I I
    "PEEP IN DEEP" I FEATURE NO 2

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    LATEST FOX NEWS CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT PALM LET US COMPLETEElectric CONCRETE Immediate ,
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    SMITHSI I Give Your Car or TruckA Refrigeration Available
    1 I I I Complete Check Up SERVICENo Delivery

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