The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00100
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Board Incumbents

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Co.J.i'7"Brlng Court Candidates Split'

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: : : et Should payment of the Inter On Interest Bill
est on the city bonded debt due
i Jan 1, 1949 'be blocked by the
City Commission and the entire
TFPA CONVENTION ) debt thereby be defaulted the ft?"
\', ] Interest rate could automatically A strong po,mMlity that the City of Stuart's governffl j

dging of The Stuart ;' be Increased from the present I 2 ing commlK. ion may vote against payment to the bond ,t {
"' per cent to: and a mandamus'suit holders of Interest on the city's bonded indebtedness. when t''
el'l ss Florida! best news- could e brought againstthe it falls due Jan 1, 1949 and thereby default on the entire'

per amoni those publish- commission to force a levy debt was indicated today as a result of a poll of the entire ;1

In cities of population not FLORIDA) ) NATIONAI.BANRCIWAVA11DAWAITED : 1 I' to plained make todayAccording payment: It was ex]_holdover City Commissioners and the four candidates for s

deeding 5,000 was alt- I tp the agreement two portions on the board to be vacated on that date. a
,ended at the climaxing
between the city and the bondholders
: The holdovers Include Commissioners
mqiiet session of the Flor- y which Is embodied In Jack L Coleman, rlence on the board and the i,
i Press Association in Mt 1 the commission Resolution 293 Paul M, Hoenshel and Arle Stuart best of m'g advice has con 1't''.'
or* Saturday night. The OT.1' IlI : enacted Feb. 16, 1942 default in The candidates who will vinced : that H will be to 1
,sociation t 70th annual payment of the Interest could compete In the Dec. 14 general Stuart disadvantage to defaultat : i
lead to a declaration holders! In:1, :
by city election are Incumbent the present time The
nvtntion '
opened Friday
i of at least 25 per cent of \the Commissioners W. R. Baker and terest money has been levied ,r rfor
ifht and concluded Sunday bonds' value that the Interest Kenneth 8. Stlmmell and OttoJ and collected and will be y III ,1

>on 1 FlORIDA 1J111.:88: ASSOCI\'l'[ iT rate revert, upon optics of the Matousek and Henry P Lyons I subject to mandamus seizure, ;. ."I
Mwin Wenninger publish holders, to the original bonds' The principal election Issue and the bondholders can force ,i
al The Newt, accepted the 6 per cent. In addition the mandamus I has become "whether to default' I our present Interest rate of :2 ,.",I
w plaques. one permanent and could be ordered and any I or not" and as a public service per cent u p to ( per cent.- I
9* rotating signifying th mlllage within the courts discretion The News presents the views of which would cost the taxpayers ;
art in the 5,000 or less class II IId could be levied to secure both the Incumbents and the I.,. more than $80,000' a year Instead I
nd Introduced Ernest: F, Lyons, -. ) "t'o payment, Senator Evans Crary four candidates. two of whom I of the present $27000. :X iIi','
ham ft Mitchell and E. A. reported that to his knowledge will 'be elected I to alt with Hoen want to see a plan worked out ';
rnnlnger. Jr. as the members! no legislative acts exist that shel. Coleman and Stuart to settle this problem-but I .m tIY
Th News staff who do the I govern the Stuart situation In Fundamentally all seven said uont think that defaulting Is ,, '
ort" Mrs. i. A. McCoy fourthwifter particular. I they favored eventual payment I the answer." I 4
of The News staff was' TilE: STUAIfl1 NEWG However, an Important mitt In full of the debts principal I Questioned Monday night I ea;'

able to attend the convention, gating factor In this agreement and interest, but at least three Commissioner Stuart said, "My .."' ,, 1
o iocurod! place In this class went .\ Is the fact that a six-months have Indicated they will vote I record speaks tor Itself." A check ." 1,
Uw Redland District News ofsestead period Is !allowed after the de- against paying the Interest to oft h e commissions minutes ''
and third to the faulting action In which the de- the holder. at the commission s showed Stuart "not voting on 'I
rat Tribune. South Florida 194.8. fault may be corrected and un- reorganization meeting Deo 20 I Dec. 22 and voting "nay" June 1II. 1\\'

looopollied the top awards til that period b elapsed no at 1:30: p 1ft. Three others have t
boost made be made In the Interest Matousek who was accorded
III! the Miami Herald was rat announced favor for paymentand '
i lint in the :20.ooo or more rate. one refused to make a commitment a substantial 130.vote lead over it"\
Ji and the Fort Myers Ne.'II ...- FOnMJBLISHlNG 11Ir:: NEWSPAPER The agreement In Resolution second-place Stlmmell! In the i::1
won first In the 0,000-20.' 293 was made between the city Favoring the payment which city primary Nov. 23. announced
class. City Editor Edward and Thomas Cook and Companyof will amount to more than $11,.' Tuesday his Disposition to the ,
Kblton accepted for the Her West Palm Beach as fiscal 000 are Baker, Hoenshel and\' payment. Matousek stated "I i
1 and agents for the bond holders In Coleman. The payment, which am not In favor of paying the ; .
Editor George Spear tot ort ..OU"fSJ1\NIJ1N] (} EXCELLENCECOMMUNITIES ,
t News-Press Behind!! the the refunding of bonds effected comes due annually on Jan 1 t Interest to the holden ol the
lid came the St Petersburg ..', ... \ that year' These bonds, which and July 1 to the First National bonds due Jan, I, 19 1I. I am In o ,
were validated and confirmed by wai favor of depositing the money o'
Bank: Chicago approved
act: and the West Palm Beach
Circuit Judge M. B. Smith In In escrow with a bank until the! ,
by all three at the commission
GIf second and third tftetrt
Myers the DeLand AMONG .I FLORIDAS: Tltusville Aug 28, 1942 are dat- meeting last Dec. 22 and again pending Kelth-Krueger vs 4
came ed Jan, 1. 1942 and mature Jan. last une 9. The payment last Town of Stuart) Is decided. Also .
News raid-Tribune and the Sarasota 1. 1972 They are In the amount July 1 which got the June endorsement :t would request a meeting ol the
in addition aclii of 1.10'1,931113 and are divided amounted to $11- business people and taxpayer
, l award for aU-around ex WITfIIJOllULA1'IONS into Series/ A. B and C. A Is for 07030 plus bank fees of $5905,. to discuss/ this huge Indebtedness -
h lew* to the Hollywood Sun- {9(33( .622.14. B for $126.7SO and C May: or }Baker said: "My expe and with them work endlessly {
'let was accepted by Editor .' for J1556539. to do something about It. "p
W McCall and General! Man The Interest rate until Jan 1, -- --" Until we act in a business! man-
; The selection WM based on aIn OF LESS THAN fJOOO 1947 was IVper; cent, until Jan: CHURCH PLANSDEDICATIONS munlly will be retarded considerably ;,
- l system! of all of the mon 1. 1951 Is 2, until 1958 1s 3, until 11
xs 100 entries Including (1)) 1967 Is 4 and thereafter Is t, Lyons expressed a different"d-
4 news coverage, 30 pee cent: according to the agreement. On- view of the situation In telling
I stake-up. JO per cent; ((31' lY interest has been paid with his favor for paying the Inter-
totals and columns, ,2tf per no reduction effected( on the est Into the court until the court
it..and tot) ad placements and princIpal. issues Its final 1 decree In the 1Yeyearold -
''Pittance 20 suit. "Until that decision -
per cent Fre bjrl. rian Services Set
!be awards comirtsstorv. In.rued SEAIS NET $11170 Sunday Parents to on this suit is made I oppose 1 I
Earl W, Brown cf Dell Miss Myrtle Dyer ChrIstmas Meet) making the payment to the
chalman, and Harold real sale chairman Martin MondayTwo bond holders in preference to
n,. Jacksonville) Karl Leh- County Tuberculosis and Health paying It to the court to hold In --
uTavares, ; J K (Pat Flan-) Association reports a return of dedication cervices head escrow until we snow whether
w, ..ill! 611 5.70 from the first weeks a busy agenda for the fist half i we're living In the City of Stuart ;,
Petersburg, George) of The Stuart. seeding 5000. The awurd was given "
1 h-- ,. fl--I' IvrmaorI.t< jHHueuinn who of next week In the ; ,
Christmas seal sale Those Stuart, Lyons
of't the Town of
Hllty, Scoring/ secretary .. .., "th, florida Press Aisocmtloii In l test conducted by the Jisocuilum Auollt( I I'9I '''' I haven as yet sent ui their contribution Church, Dr. C. A. or 9:

Edmund contest H.commission Harding, national-' I 1. ,I, th 'jiifjh Sunday as the best newswas awarded The News tu Ix> ''u'klllntil tl. ," '. "u.pubhrlxd I I0 are asked to do so nounced Tuesday preSbyterian. said.Withholding a decision on the

.ttown humorist from Wash- .' ,/ ti dluk. of nonulutkm; not ex in Gilntsville next fill promptly, as posslbl6 / Dedication of the Stlmraell who
!I '''1 _-- -- completed two payment: was
I1**. N. c, was guest speaker' be held at 5 p.m. Sunday by the said "I am not acquainted fully '

lIe M banquet-minute I In oration his l lokerldi on11s' I VICTORY( BLDG i Coward PlaySet RIPTIDE CLUB Chamber Work Committees Southeast Florida Synod Presbytery of which Dr of Carrel the. enough with the situation commitmentat to be

>: Pressing Who* Harding now Is moderator The Rev able to make any 1
< his audience of about 250 James M. Howard Fort Pierre. this time He said he Would

Vefcrmen and their guests BY BESS TO OPEN SOON Named at Monday Meeting Presbyterian Church pastor willspeak oppose any willful default and 1,
S' the readers material they: SOLD TonightTomorrow : and keys of the church favors "extended and exhaustive
a and tand and believe, get will be presented by Elder H P for settlement of
lilt leys, serve the commuJ Stevenson, Mrs H A Sudhoffwill negotiations r
'0 the fullest extent and'list FOR $124,000 5$tuart Residents Identified President A. S, Blair M >.Uaynight bert Rice, chairman Charles A. sing -Bless This House" A I this bond debt." At the Dec. 22 ,

mind the other fellow'sPreteding With Directing New named working committees "Bill" Porter and Orover King. processional Into the church will session Stlmmell voted for payIng -

tpolnt. I Enterprise for the Martin i County Waterways Committee Com start the program andmarch- the Interest but was absent
' his talk a group of Chamber of Commerce for the chair- Ing will be the choir officiating ,, for the June 9 vote, the city minutes -
'errs from Stetson University Arcade made this modore Stanley Kltchlng, ministers. elders and trustees :
: &1' ol the Victory Announcement t ls coming year and called for show.
'eftnted The second and third presentations man, Ray Young and Curtis Out-of-town pastors who will i
an outstanding must to the businessmen
Carl Bess Enterprises week of the early opening of the teamwork "to show N
" Program Bldg by of Noel Coward l mys- Whi tical'. have in the are
and the "newspaper F McCarron of Miami was Riptide Club Stuart s new social of Stuart that the a part program I
collude\ awards" were made announced A. yesterday by the new I (lery-comedy play "Blithe Spirit" center, overlooking the St. Lucle Chamber of Commerce Is bringing Publicity Committee! Ernest the Rev Window Drunfmond of ,

TIlt Rllty owner following: completion of ",111 be (,Ivan by the Fine Arts River In Krueger Park just west them real returns for their Lyons chairman' and Edwin A, West Palm Beach, Dr Charles here THE TIDES
Menninger, Jr former pastor
eonventloners.. who met Sale the Harbor development Investment" B. Wlngerd
d** the deal Tuesday afternoon. Guild Inc In the high school of Snug Social Committee: Rice chairman and originator 0 f the Stuart 9n4a
; rt quartered at, the Lake- mooo. McCarronsaid. James H. Reardon Jr. for, Named. (.0 the committeeswere +
1i+registered and had a price was auditorium at 1:1&: tonight and associated with., the, : and Cross.Membership I church's building fund; the Rev
n X11 party to open activities 2J-year veteranof tomorrow night. Curtain time I many management years Of Sunrise Inn at, Agricultural Committee: L. M Committee: Al Robert A: Campbell of White ad bw ...., for lit. Sl 110Mo.
" McCarron- It was promised. Mathers chairman: Oscar Kan- Rev Hary W. Mc- .. eoNne Meo.Mr" a.
Idly of Will be prompt, City and the rw h. .It .
nlshComplelJon chairman John Kramer -
said he Port will be the manager Johnson, ,
Bewail 5nwalb
business .. Tim. Tf ,
waUotv and the hOtel arid admission will be 79 cents I J R L. arek and D. L. WilliamsAll Comb, first Stuart church pas rant Bunura. il.. toO t
a legislative re- remodeling" and of the new club. He Is associated T. F. Kennedy od. I Iww 1* > tM bee
J V I7A plans "some with all seats unreserved V. committees will be called ... I "'an U w1arW. for taw. 0.-) ,. .
attorney Kenneth la ban- Horace DAmbroglo, Hooks, Tom R. Gartland l.
specializing there'' with tor.The ... M.MW.
anticipates Evabelle the .11br W.
The east Includes pn for genuine activity In second dedication will be H5
ler .
of Tallahassee lea- He also plans who came to Stuart a year ago Matthews and C .W. Long. W. 1.
ed Saturday morning i agen- 'oueU' And parties build- Fetnauer, Mrs. Stewart Springer, and conceivedthe Membership Finance Committee coming :year, Blair declared, and ot the new Hammond organ at AM. fM. 10..11. PC. ,
of the to make his home,
before to improve the rear Wendell a Waters. Mrs Price chairman will be requested to S Eugene Perazzo, Station -
the first main event Lots 8A and Idea of a club for the Stuart : Roy 8, States, chairman p.m.
"ffleheon Inc .hleh occupies French, M a bel I Witham, Rose make progress reports at general WQAM organist, will play program foo. 5 in' fti $05 a.elf
at U:It pan with 1? ft of LotJA"panforths area with direct local appeal Price trench, W, V. King, :. .14$4 l 50,0 5;< ear
O > the chamber."I the :
" lor< Csverko and Henry Kindred meetings of Perazzo studied a f : : : tut ti see
Bpessard L, Holland as Addition I the A board of directors for the drover King and Jack Saunder- t.e begs I Ia.
and director Is C. E. Lane. The find. he plated, "that thegreatest Royal Conservatory of Music in r. .. e .1I1.a I:17II 55Ca5 .
r.d include I the VictoryHotel the first' working out of a charter membership son the Cham- Cincinnati II 1555 |.I* t, : t.an
unchanged from deficiency In at the 1 .
divided his 40-mlnute Victory cast Is plan has been organized Budget Committee: 'Ronald I Milan, Italy : 5,55 5a0 trt* ,
Marine Boom July 17 except for ber 1s that we havent sold this Conservatory of Music and in 1011. 5 nut ass .,5n ,
b presentation i 1-551
Into four parts, the news- Victory Bar and with, the following members: Cross, chairman: David Marshall -
Parlor, John V Men- fine organization to the merchants of Music\
nl Beauty Kindred replacing Cincinnati College
situation. and F. r Stephensott. co-chairman. Ransom, R.
Democratic re- Senator Evans Crary
Restaurant\,\ and a solarium In the of Dr Brad- i : of our town A great Dr Carrie! topic at the 11
to ) nlnger Arthur' M. Dehon, George Hlronlmus and THE WEATHER
being the majority; announced he will ea- J\: \ PatPatterson TUton," ,
''Y now Mccarron man and replacing I Mennlnger, allot French many things which the Chamber a.m. service! Sunday will be "The
flood control work .tore Reardon John U
separate package lead ofGuild unknown to the
the male does remain of the NatlonaWParenti
In Book
* .
lilt J. Haggertyand Program of Work Committee
announcement that the ihThotl has about 40 toomsThe Stuart, and 'I membership Functioning committees and teachers will become -
Purchase of land !In Ever- new owner kmporarU.1Irellldlrli Charles- President 'MI'I. W A O, Thomas Johnsoh of New Roy 8. States, chairman Earl In which the member- : acquainted with the new \\a. tho _t .... -...
National Park by the UA the hotel "The York: Knolls Hlronlmus and Arthur Itself will do which N' H.im. V, .- VMthM. o4y.wI
in participates curriculum
ship School
erllJnent LlpplnBOtt said yesterday charter will consist Program Committee! Kenneth Sunday 01'I kill, ,ta rl, FlatTMM
wu consummated members have put forth a great The group more than anything else. to educate ,t f f a r. participation for both ,. _._ ...,.,.
Leslie Bartlett
representIng Etlmmell, chairman, ....
of 100 memberships I
afternoon. He'laid 134 -- -.
STRIKING deal of effort and time into givIng and It is expected D. our community in real I parents and pupils at a meeting . ...
acres had for SAILS 200 Individuals, and C. McQuadeEducation ** :
been bought ; :
community a fine pro Chamber ot Commerce values, the church audltortunj) Monday : : ::::
.-. from the Model Und orr INLET NOW the that this will be largely ,Committee: Rep., In No'NO., nu .... _.....it t.
stage concluded t. Dr Carrlel will
7 brtnl1nlt.the. total sallflshlm l1 ot( this well-known filled with the opening of the Marvin H. RowelU chairman. C, Blair night at No.. t'-' .... II ..
; The fa me is play They have been Interested preside and :parents of all Sunday N... _. ..n '1
noer> owned by the Govrat off St. Luele Inlet are of I club later this month, probably W, Moore D 8 Hudson and School-age children and .."_ ; .
grounds ;
la from the beginning theirMar the Christmas holidays. JoMUsifeBridge .. .
the park to M2.240 at their old tompo2 during GETS PAINT JOB
llclnr bringing members of the adult classea lathe
hnator pro ganlsatfon In Club house Is being Committee: Zack Mosley. -,1 -
Fleltasof Riptide
,said favor prevails IIf,. and !Mrs Allison County things of cutura) Interest The Carlton Hotel In down- Sunday School are invited. incHes .AIIfF AU.'l' .
wiusUry. pea&. al tin I completed by Herb Young, ehalnhan. Dehon, C. B ATbogast The
plan for news- WUml as plays, art exhibits ,, It face Excepted: will be parents' of the :tt
distribution lloDoe'fished with 'contractor The building States and Senator 1a : town Stuart Is getting ,* : 4
& rather .plan the fellellll the lobo and musicals and )hope that stretches 1JJ feet along the! rtvContinued Crat1.lcoaItnI. ,I lifted this week. with a new paint beginners department children ,DM '"'
probably will Jack Whltlea Oft .. those who enjoy such programs\ [ Committee Hers Job I who met recently on the subject!TOTAL 'f t :ta .1-
be In- Tuesday. raised seven' sall.UI' -- will support them. ( On Page Three) I, .1f ,

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t "" "II l RFOPEJ: DEC.: 19 The tint golf tourney to slated Van Fossen and Mrs. R. Phillips. Among them Mrs. Edith Mao' Dr. Wilson' T.has Sowder been advised, w
ol the Julpter lal.iml health officer
f i-iwnlng Club which includes open-- for Dec. 24 and the first Bj MRS. VIVA C. ROAT keny motored to Stuart Monday. Beta 81ma'Ph.t. Sorority members ton of Jacksonville; Mrs Faye that upon termination of his .
''j t, \ d"" i t the, club house, Tangerine nix matches on. Jan. 1. Mrs., Frye consulted Edwin Men- from this community attended BillUiKton, Veto, Beach; MlW]commission a* State Health!) of. I .
'" .. ''j! 'i .KIT.. swimming' pool and dances at the Beach house Cof'D-1 I Making o0 a fart attending Singer about plantings for her t meeting Monday evening ($Shirley Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beef ha will be recalled to active
l ''r ) at K 1 bar has been set for Dt>e.I' scheduled on Christmas the Fort ere -Verft Beach High estate Ankona.. Mrs. Ankeny i la Fort Pierce. Hostesses Falrbvrn Enaey: Miami; duty in U 8. Public Health Ser" HGHTTl'
t i 11) .it was announced here this and New Tears Eve. ,Gchoot football In Vero for the occasion Mrs Harold Fred 1'vice His appointment in Fonda -
tI' J Nov. game Wok a birthday oaks to her were and Mr. and Mrs Mattox! 11149. M ns. s.*.;
Island 11 September
? ii< Club Manager Robert returned to the \ Haskew, Mrs Grace expires .
1 ,. was Thanksgiving{ night were Mr. fftndson Jlmmie' Ordway, who from Fort Pierce. Added to;
f I ',1))) is being assisted by and the railroad itatltt, and Miss\ Ruth Oreen. The program -
PACE f ,'< '>' '11_.Fenton_ In__the..:handling opened Nov.: 80. and. Mrs +John Donal Kns y. celrbarted his 6th birthday )I was under the direction thin list of guests for Thanksgiving -
r : ur UsinMr ono Mnt Fred T Tuesday, Jimmle U the son cf of Mrs. C.. C. Oliver and MrsPrank pay dinner were M Vie SALES See U, Fw
CUD ,. Mattox:Port Pierce, and t.ir.-a d Mr. and '-Mrs. Web Ordway.. : Parham. Jr. Miss Beta Roat of Walton, Fletcher Rus- ..
ATV l SERVING MARTIN COUNTY I Mrs.Walton Edward Mr. Falrburn and Mrs.Suss Fred y T. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ankenyand j Sigma Phi and her trousseau sell; of Ankona, and their son &: f..Lk.1'. .. .1.I -: Repairs std..
: ; sons, Rollin and Berry from are on display In Hortolwin-
1Ad' I : Mr. and
,11 Mattox Fort Pierce, and Mr. and and daughter-in-law
f1 WITH A Fort Pierce, were Thanksgiving dow. This dolt, equipped even SERVICE Part.
jl : Mrs. Edward. Fairburn Ensey dinner guests of Ankeny's parents with traveling luggage will assist Mrs John ponak Easy who live ,
span ," I Th Complete Dairy wineGORES' Miami Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ankeny. the chapter's Christmas next door. '
Palm : Torn Scott Jr., 01 Ankona Rollin, a student at Florida fund when she goes some place The semi-monthly covered- ARNOLD BfUER
Wlthl'1, | J : Deliveries in Je a graduate In,biology from VlHa- State Is home on vacation. Dec. It TlcktS' at three for -25 dish supper. of the WaltonEdenClub
I II \ Beach on Tues ye, nova College, is now taking postgraduate As a courtesy to Miss Frances cents may be obtained' from in Community Center. St Lucie Botlltevard / Phone 142-wl
I Thursdays and urdays.'I work in the tame studyat Blackburn whose engagement to members Walton, Friday evening at 7 was
v --I't'i':, ,:l University of Florida -pre Rand Elchelberfcr of Hamilton, Lt, (Ijgl) George Peel of Key attended by the usual group of ,
".{ par tory to taking a pre-medicat Ohio, Is being announced, Mrs.I West, Thanksgiving( house guestof sited neighbor and their in slRl
':. > GRADE APA course. Scott spends each weekend guests. Games followedthe
; : + R.C. Boynton gave a linen shower Garland Hayes, Jr. was entertained -
,f with his parents.' Mr. and Tuesday! evening at her home do board the Ruhl W. supper.
.''t. EURIZED M jlaVITAfo Mrs Tooth Scott. Their daughter.I on the Drive with 20 guests attending Kobk-gard, Jr., boat To-Ho for After a mnth'o stay In Florida '
Janie, a student at Emaculate Games with' 1 prbes a fishing I trip on the Gull with three weeks spent In a
A Heart. Fountain Springs Ashland highlighted the entertainment. I Stream Other members of the sightseeing motor trip and a e f
I Pa., will be home for the week guests of Mr. and Mn
.> : !LCCOFFE Mica Blackburn is a daughter of party were Hayes and Alton Ad as
3' 'I.r ; r Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mr*. O. 81akbaro. I suns Jr< Peel l landed a bit sail; Joseph S, Worthington, Miss Agnes
!f' REAM I Miss Virginia LIddon from I Mr. and Mrs Don 1. Rontanet I Adama had a strike but It got Brennan of Red Bank N. J,
:, j ', Palm. Beach spent Thanksgiving; lo had as snack guests Thanksgiving -1 away. 'Their combined catchtlumbeted. and Miss Eva Kramer of Oln
f If', W111PP G LAM with her brother and Mrs. Lid evening Mrs. p. Roat; 30 dolphin weighing Ridge, N. i., left Saturday for Morreh' Rolled .
: ti '.! don at their home on the Drive. and Fletcher ILY' j I from 4 to 10 pounds and a Span- home. Prior to leaving they entertained -
;, R CRE Returning home Friday she accompanied Mr. and Mrs lab mackerel of I Ibs their I hosts with SAUSAGE s 4 C
l i !'II :;' AGE CHE 'Mrs. Llddon who Jensen Beach were In celebration of her 6th birth Thanksgiving dinner. _
,"t) t l went for' a day's visit. IIi, guests of CoL Thanksgiv-I I'day Saturday Sandra Byal!,
'r. UTTER AND EGr Returning to the whiter home, thur S. O'Brien of daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur HEALTH FUND MAY GAIN Morrell' Prie ,51' "
.; f I .; Of Mrs. Frances Llebler Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'Baylor I Byal of the Drive, was honored Florida will receive an addI- C
from Old Greenwich Conn;, Jennings of Tallahassee. arrived .with a party in Pinewood BACON 6
tW a FROM R' TRUCKS I 1 i were Mrs. Llebler Mrs C. 0,I hi Walton Friday for a number 1 Park. Mrs. Byal was assisted tional accredited 50 cents per health capita departments for local I .- ._ .- .
1 '-'f4' Burt and Mrs, Lou Marks. lot days visit :with his parents I!. by Mrs. D. C Hunkey, Favors
," ,{ ROCER Fletcher Russell, commissioner were small baskets of if Congress approves a W..ter. Rollecr'
I'' FAVORIT : and Mn. Lane Jennings. candy.; bill which will, be presented during -
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... from this districton thei Thanksgiving Day .was Spent Following games, there was a i asking
; i ':;&1 DAFRY i 1 Board Florid I left this'Inland morning, Navigation for j'I Orlando.with Mra. Jennings. parents In trimmings birthday: cake and with ice the cream natal day i for this the coming Increase season in approprfatlons BBBOAST .. _' 6 69CSmall
pr health services.
/ Augustine where he will st.I' H. V. Ankeny of Ankona attended 4-H Club:! members who for local State
t'" P. 0. Box 1042 Stuart, a, IWlat-1 Dr. Wilson T. flowder PorkSHOULDER
I| meeting of that board tomorrow the put Master's sapperIn ed the St Lucie County .
( I health officer, ald> here today
Ma 'nnh> T.mnl*. In .Vnri.. culosis Health -------
': ': Plere-Nov J*: r- getting out Its Christmas Seals" !I it--)tj--) >>% R ound 5 53CHilli
1 I'r' sr Among the Kdrtd: hostesses I are now planning to sing Chrlat-j
for a Thanksgiving: dinner was mas carol in Fort Pierce t'i 6roa.
5 ,Helen Lowrto who entertaIned Dec 22. Babe Mills, member of!! _
t Mr. and M.... C. O. Coley, !the Willing Workers, under the:' i ONLY 19Shopping COFFEE 5t
I Mr. and Mra. Robert Melton and direction of Mr*. Walter F. ..d'P' .
I i'' ; I Mr.and Mra. K.: S. Burn Eldred, Cochrane of Ankona. has writ.. I
and Capt. Toley! Engebretsen .; ten words for a 4-H song., [ All Brands, Eyapora d.
and son, Toley, :Jr., of Salerno. Mr. and Mrs. John Roenbeck,
r { i Mr, and Mrs. W. H Lennard of Of Ankona had as their, Thanks*,'I Day. f MILK / \\\ \ 2 28C
Walton and Mr and Mrs R.. V. : giving holiday guests Mr. and' 2 Cass __ _..
Ankeny of Ankona. were in attendance Mrs. Sidney Cain of Hempstead -
I at the Thanksgiving L. I, and West Palm I' Till Christmas I Pillsbury i
reunion of the C. E.: Sununerllns Beach. CAll
,f at Honey Dew ranch If miles : Since before Thanksgiving the! FLOUR b// 4
\ rest of Fort Plere :!:. R. Cnsey In Walton has >> : 1)( s. ". ____ __. __ __ ....
r Beside relatives front far and
near numbering areuntf 200, Flavors) ,

I :; ,, 4,. many Mrs trends Thad Carlton visited was hostess i JELLO oozes __ 1 15CAnthony's
,, for an Informal gathering No. CENTRAL MARKET iI 1,
I I'I J1i3ee 23 to greet her house guest, Mrs
h"1 Alto Adams, who with her husband iI I }
Justice Adams war here MEA I Economy Mark!
i for the Thanksgiving holidays.Chrystanthemums I \
t ; shading PROD GROCERIES j I 300 SO. AKRON AVE. STUART, ft
j I from deep red to pink, formed
r, \ the setting In the Carlton home COURTS ERVIC e YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE
en; Indian River Drive where 60 .
[guests welcomed former
'i t l (| Fort Pierce en'h": \ 2nd and Akron |4a Brooks

r .1 j Assisting the hostess were her' I ; Jl
I mother Mn. T. B. Plnn/m Mrs I II
1 1Jj 1a ( I J. E. Nobles; Jr,-Mrs.:-BrowardPoppell

MEET ME AT Mrs. B. Arnold, Mrs .== Say Merry Christmas With A
t'U. a
} Steven Johnston and Mrs. Myron < /' Warwick JsneP.rker,
; TlNDREDS Yarn. That afternoon Mrs. 4
i Adams was In the group of her \ Jane ParkerFRUIT Au rt.d pail.i
S. 0. 1P former bridge dab 1 members
e a when Mrs J:. a Register enter
{ Q r P PPWTOESIS' 37CJ ? tamed for her at the Indian CAKE Chocolates SP ,
b AN E BRIEF River Golf and Country Club. '
k .
Wednesday there motor
WM a ,
\ D 1 lb. son... $ .89 ,
WE H THE trip to Palm Beach. In the party IV>,! lb. me. __..$1.25
w iANGES..15'trge were Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Carlton, 21 lb. box ...1tt7 12-oz. bag
Mrs. J. E. Nobles Mrs I. O. Bishop 3' lb. she '. -. .--._ _."....$2.45
VE ST and Mrs. V B, Pinaon Thursday 8 Ib.'box-.12 35c
\ Stuart'ECANS was .
05 OF ranch where Alto Adams, Jr, stir .nwnw .r.cwK .. to .
e' 1 1/ pound21C their son, resides. Saturday the
visitors! motored back to the
a. s. Fresh State capital Fresh Cut-Tub All Sixes nn Page Condeased S:t caste Pegs Grape

1 "' Cranberries lb. .21c After a day's fishing trip with C Wb. 2-lb, QftC
lunch on the Walter Cochrane BUTTER 75 ATO SOUP 21' AM- 21C 03Nabiscremum
Table Grade ApecnnNO.MAID t boat the Cochranes with '''theIr pound.. .. Jar \ Jar
tuning guests, Mr: and Mrs.
OLEOponnd 52C .James Satin of Ankona broughtin
pound .. a splendid catch of blues and Longhorn Ann Page Tomato

SHAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP SALAD W trout.7, p.m.On Thanksgiving dinner in their hosts home fora CHEESE 53C' CRACKRS CATSUP 19CAnn

; DRESSING pints\fcf were the Asking who had Mr. pound. 14oabott1e
4 quarts Biff and Mrs. Cocbrane for the meal
t "
Apple Mr,bridge.and Mrs Ernest T, Bailey Page 14-os. pkg. Ann Pages ten cooks Is, can Sultana Mint sir

CRACKERS 25'' 1e'ER 28-oa.. J jar.__ __ 19C of left holiday Baltimore Nov visit 23 for In their a Thanksgiving. home city, MELLO. WHEAT 14C BEANS rasa r awu 1.0 JELLY 12-oa. Tumbler HC

According to William r.Flynn,

C 'COf FLAKES 13CM\'PICKLES ]15C resident buyers wanting of the i Drive year-round property Only A & P Offer You FARM FRESH

assail ?. Far
homesltea are springing op with
l{ HUNT'S I YELLOW CLING m \ \ amazing frequency. Purchase of SUPER 'RIGHT MEATS --RUITS and VEGETABLES
200 feet along the Drive at An-

t PEACHES in heav/ syrup \ o. 2'/2 can 27ftr Johnson kona was of made by Mra. 8. w. Super Right Rib Super Right Gro Fresh 2 for Red Delicious
Chicago arid: she I
t' soon 'will> start construction'of Steaks, lb .."...77c Beef, lb.Slc, Cucumbuks ..... 9c Apples, 2 Ibsj9c
F ? > & (i White
a home. Another sale made by

t t : DREFTVa 29'' f Flynn ments was Ankona the Plnecrest owned by apart-Dr. Shoulder o' Veal Center Cut Bfrk Juicy Fla.Oranges. Ile. rag Cris. .
I)' J '; rS Howard Bayllsa of Chicago and Chops, lb. ........65c Chops, ..67c ea% 29c Radishes ,.15c
.Kirk's Coco Hardwaieri sold to W. Wingler formerly of .

r SOAP 11CTIDE A3: 29C Daytona started Beach remodeling Wingler has already .Lean SpareRibs Sugar red Slab Hard HeadCabbage. U. oS. No t White,10 lb
2 bare ,.,
r '' + < t Grimy Dirt Fast Margate Mrs, r, B/Younghusband'N. J, will be down lb ......",._49c DaaTnt lb. ...... .63c \ lb. ...... c PotatoesCooked
? around lan, I to her HMMMHMMMHM MHNMM MMMaillM
VMcrrelra open win-
+ LAVA SOAP 717' OXYDOL Y ter home In Ankona. She will be Picnic eeL OceanrShrimpf Fresh Bulk JSeedlcta Bleached

's RollSAUSAGE 2 bars Morrell's Pride Sliced Mary accompanied Scott, and by her het sister niece, Miss Miss Ham lb. ..."".... 47cSnnnyfield IB. .....47c Dates> lb.Pecans. ...,..-21c Raisinslb.. .2Je

4-' 39' _BACON 59'5HANK.LESS Mary. and)luUena.Mr. Mrs. Raymond Phelpsof Sliced J1 Rath't, RollSausage t..... bag lye \ Bruit Nu .. Ib. j
f snund ponn Eldred had as dinner guests
I j TENDERIZM Sunday Mr and Earl Andrews, Bacon, lb.. ..."....!;Jc lb ....49c Mixed Nuta,, lb/ _42. \ AlrminJa lb- &
visitors from Bristol, Vs, Mr.
PICNIC HIMS and Mrs. Ralph Oustafson and
lb. a
y rM 39jzf Betty Crocker Pea Pure.Yg tat>le A-PENN Amourrs t5c

6 Black Hawk Skinless I Lean Meaty SoUp MIx, pk IQc MOTOR.OIL REEZ can

WIENERS JL 49C I SPARE RIBS -A 49CKlNDMD'5 Old Dutch 2 cansCleanser DEXO '' 100% Pure Pennsylvania Armour', ChoPPe

',,3-lh. can 1.07 2 CaK 'eala. __ _'1.83 ,.55c
........19c Ham can
C; SAC, 10, 20,.30, 40, jBO ,

RE I. AND HOLESALEIN ,At Your f*! **'


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....- DIES AT ACE 85 Two
L S-per cent penalty for de.I I. Virgin Votes ''' '!' '
Mrs Thomas (Caroline Mc.I It's to take potit.sage
lity occupational IILiue going 4Vic In :
,treat!applicants\ went lnW effect I Ir I Peer) hirse) 83, (died\ after 4-- By Cap'n Fl.eg, Guest Reporter to mall the Stuart Fishing, ., :'

L morning M City\ Manager I IJ 'daughter short Illness, Miss at the home of her I Oulde ,after Jan. t; when neW' '
etM i* reported Lily Fume, at postal Increases go Into effect, ,
I ,vlt' 746 East 5th 8t, about I .1
J $7.000 grossed from thetuuesday Saturday. Her 30pm THE OLD Instead pf the usual 3 cents, !
rtrl1 body was sent FLAGSHIP didnt tie up into Stuart In time far
early Sunday.by Johns Funeral the Ctfp'n ((the ) | hit wife the Chamber directors announced
un ( the
) to vote In
engineer :
night 404 new city Home to Yemassee, S. C. for Monday night This amounts to
//If burial! 10 city pi'unary. Fur year we voted In, Dade County Moving to $;tuarl e
npgl ytad been told which Ebenezer Cemetery. ihu a 50 per cent increase In cost of : !ti''
tort M49 in October soda Sunday afternoon. In 1947 we registered and voted t III the\ Martin; ( County Campaign. / V mailing the publicity booklet. ?'
.; jt last month when a 10- Mrs Furse was born In Early \Vt we now GltiUully registered for the'city' December run-oft The booklet Is the same size as
prtcnt,tardiness penalty wu1tacl1e4 Branch, S. C., March It 1803 2 virgin i votes They might be important with such scant vole tuffer- +t ty last I
after Not, I. The U- and moved from there to Stuart entub Ix-twei-n candidates. year but Uncle Sam Is lumpa,
went on aale Oct in 1944. she was a member of candidate ing the 'price. of taking It to the
Any (
il 400 wen old tn 1947.4$\. the 'Early Branch Methodist have : StimmtU Lyons, Baker' can customer, ,a ''
Church and Is our vote if he will 1 promiso to have/ the excellent high school '
Manager' office also survived by her
.jut ported city Isle! of 16 new beer, daughter and three !band J stage a street parade mid concert ,Saturday nights during touetatseason 1 Director suggested that a ; '"y
,of tied liquor licenses netting dren, Robert M. ix-rluips dose to the railroad station. Too bud to !have so "' _..."" plan be worked out to enable the;
Wert Ohio, Mrs well drilled, ami spirited *: musical Mitfit play for footballgurnet. ..... ,.__ public to buy postage and personally ,v
MS exclusively __
Menzet of rrandchU'1 \' :0 ..;.. .------..... .\: I mall booklets\; friends ,
occupational ibilorj would bear
Clarity )like to it. Home folks would ,
enjoy-!' it
M totaled 239 by yesterdayat James M. Barrel!, rain passengers would lay "live little town." Merchanti might )hear Cattle corn 10 (feet high and equal /In yield to Given Cu, Springs Is sJowem( the right. In the North. Fishing Guides andenvelopes .'r'
raised tile would be made avail-
permits, which went on sacola. cash irgwtirs; eliding toiuW mid ringing 'liwgir. Who wants 2 crops and In nation com\ ,belt, e'aq be successfully : Standing beside the measuring fni' is Dr. CuB able for mailing to all who desired ,;:
-It (sept/ 15, hare no penalty -- virgin Vutai We Me; murrie. Foremost profitably mired tn Iloridit soil. Ulvm, chief agronomist in active pfiargs; of the under this plan-Instead "',-
Inched\ until.. Jan 1.o'tAhNS MORE ABOUT devoted' Foundation a non-profit organization foundation" experimental labouitory At 1 kith, of the Chamber of Commerce ?

-EE'I' IF VOlt HEAR CON PLAY bullets 'ilppm' around the' As proof to Improving agilctilture, has reported. ,pro C Lewis i Wren IUlII. director ef 'l'eSCW'Ch. undrrtalkng to do the entire

RIPTIDE CLUB Mmtut County! jjlllionsc, don't be bluntf-d. lt'. not 9 (jail break.' Only rom grown at Penney Farms, near examines i the corn harvested by_Dr, Ulvui./ mailing,Job_. ..
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FORT PIERCE target pruttic liy Sheriff "Dul" Hmcxx.k and this old cowpoke liiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/
Straight shcKitcrs' boll of UK With loud and wlien the oroI.lonfO'tuit. iiiiitilniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii
t ,(Continued/ /rtm 1)) .. ,
page "s, we believe in prrparpdness) Veterans News
"D .l": hint,, promised to hake); this reporter 01a Saturday" night Review t 4 :
.esrld 50 Stuart Rotarians er, with lounge, dining"room, r'Klm.up! of Martin ollIIty'llot and cold spoil." We're not looking Luscious TeeRlpenedFull
wives attended a Jointredo Joseph! E. Crum
\their V.
od and cocktail bar all A. Contact Officer
'! t of Stuart Vero Beach the water, The building overlooking It 39 tintiblo, Don expect any tlinotni' only enough action to perhaps "At office of H. R .Lowery, Jr. WestPalm, Beach: Headquarters

dubs at the New Fort deep facilities with along kitchen the and back service report will al!,K-ar liter in this, Column' .11I11111111111".11........................................"..11I'.1111111111........................... Comeau, Bid; ,
ierce )Hotel last night. Ouest aide. The nvaln! lounge In'75 by Jlauc',*: 'S gallon siind- un Texas topper which he wean jauntily Questions about iiimiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I FkJIT
autos for
eaker was Dr J. H. Miller 29 ft cocked N.E. by N.W. rot IIJb') sombreros worn by sheriffs along the funds at this time. May I with- !
resident of the University of In the next year the Riptide Rio Gramle (Luk in the days of Billy The Kid Puncho Villi( and other eligible by reason of loss draw alt or part of Its I
lorld*. Club not only will complete, patio tougli luimbres. of limbs or loss of use of them. A-Yes, Upon written request

Brobean, nations are showing and cabana developments between Pat Garrett, a famous .Tome sheriff, shot and killed bucktooth and rent Insurance mall. are part of cur of the Insured, all or part I'
tn are obtained
Klnllk progres recovering: the clubhouse and the of the I
ram< tM effects of World War fiver but is projecting the con- Billy The Kid a year-old. Broaklynlxrn smartie who drifted West from the Veterans Administration be refunded.unearned premium may Shipped dir t from a grove by express to its y
I tat aU are extremely) tense struction of a swimming pool. A and trance II pniksMonnl! gunman during!! a bitter Lincoln County, and ,published In this column I destination.
it another ,war is widely ex- little later the managementlooks N. Mex, tarttle: w a. Garrett win a Friend ,of my El Paso father-In-law. by The Stuart News as a. Q--.I wrecked my auto which' t
Hctoti.;\ Car Roozekrana: told toward construction of a Wkrt Dad Small died tine tlf a pair of sluxilm' Irons art early, service to veterans was furnished by VA under proVisions i Bushel of Sale 0 ngea. $ 00 rv

,urt Rotarians at their noon group or hotel apartments and model .41 Colt relvcr came to me. I still have it, aIM live of Public Law 663. 79th: Express prepaidFull ---I_ ft; S
mtlng at Cbliholm'i NOT 24Hoocekrans cottages on t h q club grounds ammnnilitin (tint must 1 be 5(1 years old. I war told Garrett carried Q-My brother, World War H Congress. Will VA give me another -- ;
a part-time Marla which extend two full blocks this gun the night of the Kids' killing ,veteran made valid application car. to replace It? Bushel of Select efruit and Orsnges. $j 95
County resident from Hoi* back.!toSt, Lucia Blvd. Did for an auto under Public Law A- Wo There la no provision y
ind, k k tulip gladiolus and tune Texas law enforcement officers were two-gun sheriffs. 683 79th Congress But he died under Express prepaid SI.
the law to provide !Darethan' ------------- -
alfodlt bulb grower and dividesII They usually/ thin from' the nip, using a cross-arm! draw Sheriff before delivery of the car could one auto to an eligible veteran !
time between the two coun- COUNTY OFFICERS' I Hancock( wears oiilv a ingle skle-arm a trusty .38. However for be made May it now be paid by Full Bushel of Select aP ult. ,

;itt supervising growth and BONDS APPROVED ii few hours, on our round-up, lies gonna be a two-gun sheriff wearing the VA and delivered to his eslatch -i J Express prepaid .. --.-__ ._..___._.-.-.. _-._ $450
kin ofi his products. He retried tin own h"otiu' Iron hn Texas !bat and my own rather fumoul Texas "
clothing of aU types toe 41 Colt A-No. payment for the cot! ; DEPARTMENT

very scarce In all countries, Filing of guarantee bonds for Owe more don be alarmed Moot Our night patrol. Bad men by VA. Is contingent upon its, INSTALLS NEW STORE LIGHTSA I FRUIT SOLD IN ROVE r
delivery to the Veteran,
jndltkms! tn England quite dls- 10 oounty officials amounting
worth alive than dead complete series of
are more Id modern sheriffs( Also Martin County neon
;ppolntlng> and Franc in the: to $19,500 was approved by the
011! condition ever with an In-i County Commission In session i has ii top rrcvrJ In peal'erulpur'iuits. However, if you need help with Q-t received a leg Injury In the lighting Stuart hoe Department been installed Store at Oranges, per bus _.--- ----....-_,... -_........ --$1.50
trend toward ComntunConditions the fires, theft accidents \or hoodlum phone Stuart 359. Sheriff Hancock'spatrol I II II trt
fng I at court. house yesterday afternoon an auto accident recently which that give i considerably more
1n his nativehe The board also ap- station. You'll! get action requires outpatient; treatment.Will lighting I attraction to the north i Grapefruit, per b shet -- 'i-a- 1.00
found: comparatively proved a supplementary budget VA furnish the required/ portion of the city's business I
with war scars being erased sheet for assessing 10 mills to WHY FISH DONT: BITE? In a recent Column (Fishing Editor treatment? district. Installed by King Signs; eat
,pidly tend hatred wUtly for- cover $556.SO expense Involved In Ernest F. Lyons bellyached: little because he hung only one small Outpatient treatment is the lighted signs appear on the
(tea Holland and Sweden the proposed special Port Sew- bass while liv ousting on the South Fork of (the beautiful St. Lucle available only for service-con building's south S1 1 d. to shine, GROVE :i :i.'IM i.
f are Europe's cheapest all Road and Bridge District ?
: His alibi "Might have been due to'the full moon" nected disabilities. down Osceola Ave., across the ,, MAFfj ,{
entries In which to live, and granted beverage licenses to I building's front, across the south'; !
OIIIekrana said, and tn his con- the Riptide Club and Paul OBaltlnger You may l he wrong, Mister Editor Last summer a distinguished\ I i' end of the arcade and on. the '
fa with Russians he said he ; Mew York doctor scientist too, explained why..fish Moat bite",when Q-I assigned myaVmed force ceilings above the entrances to I I 3 miles SoutWof Palm City. End of Mapp Road."r e
'ud Them generally Ignorant, Following a report on violations he! made1 newspaper heodlinej wilh the reasorb.why:rises ache. leave bond.to pay premiums point Into the doors New fluorescent I 'I 7M I
s moclable and Tinlnclined to of toning in Port Bewail .. ,'\\lien wtMther" changes!( ,Inccur, and the barometric pressure increnim In advance on my national service lighting also has been put I Orders taken It office in Post Office'Arcaaebldg.'t, ;, f
1 anyone Including their fel0ro the board ordered letters to be 1t tfuftipt heavy load 'on irritable/ skin surfaces. That'l why life Insurance but I need in the store display windows 'j ': '
'R" written the alleged violators I :,1.:
corm pop In advance of a storm. 'Applying this theory,to fiUiing isnsilile.
| 'er king' was elected the which will be"delivered by the
At least this old
it seems so to fisherman who still believes TL -
lib i secretary replacing: Ben sheriff A plat of Hildabrad: y
iu homely o1d.fashilJlt.J like flaxseed
things poultices, plastersAnd
Redoing Jr, whose reslgna- Park Subdivision was approved.
9 vas accepted and the club The board will meet again Dec itilpluir In molasses. .
110 guest. 15.", '-
Added barometric pressure to, water surfaces like lakes and the
South Fork of the beautiful; St Luclo exert terrific extra poundage Citizens e Of Stuart

ma)be thousands !of tons :This pressure makes .difficult, if not .
TH RALM 12EUB impossible! for fish to open their mouths and feed on even the most r
seductive lures Now, when the weather clears and the barometer rises

and lie pressure is lifted what happens? Fish are hungry they if
6 s North of art Can open their mouths they hit most anything. That's why fish Have lou stopped; to think what may happen to you in creased ,taxes v

12 Miles uth of rt Pierce usually bite brtter: after{ 4 storm. the bond debt is defaulted ? / ,
A hunchl! When. your corns.ache don't go fishing

Offers the at In Music CLARK OPENS NEW : 9 BUILDING PERMITS As a business man and property owner and as a / ember of your City r
VPIIOLSTERY SHOP ISSUED IN NOVEMBER- Commission forthe. past 3 years-my own study of this filiation and the best of

Every nesday a Saturday H. O Clark, former manager --
of Mather Furniture Company Building In Stuart in November legal advice has\ nvinced me that 'it is to ,Stuart's advantage to default at a
dropped off 3J!I per cent from
Smooth and S our Dance Floor 9'Till t Trvatiohs Stuart store has opened a general the sharp October: gain I but /
this that for the hiflrm debt be increased i/
upholstery shop In the old maintained a good level with time without considering our taxes may \

To Suit Your ante Presbyterian chapel on ,Osceola nine permits.Issued by Building I If default UK will order man'u'u
Ave The frame building which Inspector John N Mann with a from $27,000 to $81fbp annually. we courts a

RICES ARE RIGKT/ Dr formerly C.. A.served Cartel as Is a now study owned for total figures valuation are Identical of $26 to,,000 those.,These for damus action t* seize nds already levied for Jp interest. Our bond interest /

by T. T. Oughterson, ,July. t

Largest permit Went last week rate will automatically mp from 2 percent tq per cent. ''

)t>>i ,..:i :1 Ja ){"')( )i to Anna In metes Epstlna and for bounds construction Sect.S -.

Twp 38, Range 41, of a one- 1'
bb story residence and garage and Tl\ ho Will !
laundry. The concrete block and You Are Ones Pay
I reinforced concrete structureswill
be S3 by 18 ft. for the resi-
CAMP 'I dence and 12 by 22 ft for the VXter BewareATES
Double Day garage at a total cost of $11,000, So ,
according to the permit
CESSPOOL AND Two other permits Issued during

SEPTIC TANK ER 50sie the:, month's final week Include Investigate HOW THE CA > STAND ON THIS ISSUE. GET

I p.-m.t...10.rwDr.CH.,. Lot bulUinf l>. 01..for.roar..'dmtal..,.lut. ....m and ni<.,.Sukdl.lr.100Kor M THE REAL FACTS. DON'T IISLED. MY POSITION IS CLEAR. I:

Llr. 6nw Wb ordwir Kolor Coitopiny." :
mwln to a foe
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:a..p.b.. ., ..bsN/r I rhb mudeS .5.5 a.M.a eskl... Application has been made to
< w mmin. M < t.MMMt ..ladails N 55 5. M b.
tmt M M f the Department of th e Armyby
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SwH r
SW wsh. Hugh L. WUloughby h.. of
11...'. 51.15.,1 hlWls w INaI t..tl.da I stuart for a permit to construct *
three groins and to dredge off OUT -
the westerly shore\ of tht St. ,, j
Lucie River at his property on r 3
the point of land on the north- I
erly side of the entrance to West
Lake an arm of Bt! Lucle River, '
I at Port Bewail. It la proposed! to WILWAM RAPAKER I
construct three timber groins on .
Colemrfn FirHtoneCall the westerly short of fit. Lucie
River northward from ,the entrance -
to West Lake each groin il I. ;
\ to project into the river about ,For ; ,
20 feet It is further proposedto
dredge a channel about feet

; ,147- I'I''e' deep contour, leading in the river from' to the like 4-foot depth CITY COMMISSIONER I J l

In West Lake, the channel to be STUART .
about eo feet to about .00 f
Will Mate Free Estimate l In width. The dredged matt. _
IsTlllW .
would be deposited on WUloui .. ':, __ tfW: A* .J. .fr
bye upland, shoreward Of a r
r-I quaU retaining dikes.,

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I, I' I _.+ I troduced In the next Congressto .
\\1 TO
bring citrus canners under
1 j' 1.t I, the Marketing Agreement Act
,.f- because the present situation '
fACt ,' I' 1 f'' ,\:. r jCfmmerce Monday ot the Chamber night offjUUy of!- hasnt. .; produced the desired re.ulla. 'FTS OF MER

.: delegated Manager H. B. He cited South Florida a* the
W ,) ;: l
,. most desperately In need of \ I'
Kraft to serve as the Chamber'strpresentative
A flood control help with advancement -
, ::;, i :Bringing In' excess on two of $123,000 program aiyear w, 5 4 until and relief rehabilitation la assured that stymied the /
fIt in Federal and State fundsjo I IX.
I \ II
t ; State will do Its part In financing
span this area.
: r
the over-all control project.A
:f. I t M. Johnson, county agrl-
\I :: : J that talk on "Newspaper Design aater 15.95
agent requested
: Cultural Hew fry
Wltbtf:" { I and Makeup" by W. E. Carterof Presto '
it he Chamber appoint Kraft M +
J" I'"f'1 the Mergenthaler Linotype > 15.95
treasurer of ,the V. A. Depart- Meatmaster "
Jf tour of Mt Dora for Presto -- 6Qt.| V
!; II', 'liifiit of Agriculture Production I Company a w I
II { ladle and a two-hour boat ride
"'A' ''I f.I ill I I .' ;' JMid activity Marketing in the county Administration, pointing I through the chain of lakes in 1 Presto 4Qt.| Model! 604 12.95,

\: ( ':';::1, I cut that t this federal program [ that area featured the afternoon 13.95g0 :
i tar soil conservation will: bring I! I previous to the banquet. Louis Presto d. Qt. Model 404
.1'\-: ::\- : fame S7.0GO In subsidies In 1948The I Wadsworth of Live Oak was '
J tentative/ budget for 19491 P elected new FPA president and 0
.'' Tame a. a dog,, the above rests on the edge of the Gainesville was selected as the ,
'will bring In1 an estimated $n, pet !: 'gator
lonarch Laskq .
t T\sters
I (:i 100 I front lawn. at t the Boyd N Kov place oil the South Fork of the St. 1949 spring convention: site at Pop-Up By Knapp ,
3: U1 '" fl 4',, Director approved the ap 'j Luvie. He cornea when .cullitl loves slices of stile bread and Is I the Sunday' morning finale. .' A 15.95 to 21.50
Wadsworth replaces Loyal Friable .
"' ,4 i 'I'f' f J polntment and also fOrD1alIJ."P- jl protected by \law as one t.E f Natures" attractions on the f tangle stream, Of Bartow. Son Chief \ -
." proved Kraft't "" -
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I ,, ,'I 14 ot the I tnt OF CIVIL placed 1 in order for ,the ota_
'Ii'a 24 TYPES '
j when It was 'out
; t Holds conduct of the sacred rites.When Duralux Nicro.
" I :, ,",' that this activity aids In bringing i SERVICE JOBS OPEN Geary Father Geary; boarded Coffee Maker B\CoyT Silex, ,
t SIG I $8,900 a month to 290 persons the train here he was escortedto Chrome ABCO 3.95 to 27.00GOTT
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: 't" ,,1',) In Martin County.President Examination: to till 24 types'Mass the club car, furnishings for ,
., I ': : :'I A. S. Blair stated of positions In Civil Service Work Sundayon. the service of mall were placed
that the Chamber manager has I In position and a dignified banker -
t ," ,':, been criticized for serving In have been announced by the ; Harold Marshall of New York Fishing Outfit. 1.95 to 250.00
I f, these activities because of a lack | U. 8. Civil Service Commission. }: FEC Train City, served as altar boy. 11,1", .' ,.
: ,I' 1, of public\ understanding that he Applications for seven of the OO
If J li representing the Chamber of positions have fUlngHlme limits MM3x
t : I '{, ij Commerce In two projects that. as follows: Junior hand compositor I 'One of the most unusual Stanley T06l is -'- Packard For Christina .
+ bring revenue to the community.Be '
: : for either and printer hand compositor scenes ever to take place aboard
does not receive pay w #< See Them
;tI : II', lob. Blair pointed out and next Tuesday; store 4 a train occurred a short distance I
t I .: '/ holds the positions with full approval keeper next Thursday; personnel [ south of here Sunday as the Re*. .
./ 'I.. : of the Chamber. officer. Dec 14; student aid I Timothy Geary of St. Joseph's 070=0
'- ',\(ill:' trainee, Jan. 12; apprenticeship);! 4 Catholic Church said Mass in .
Sh ROBE SOl'ND BRIDGE representative, Jan. 18; highway i the club car ot a speeding Florida '
REOPENED THURSDAY engineer trainee. Feb. 23, and I East Coast train headed 1,4 Id Weather Is Co 11j.
The bridge over the Inland
( Junior scientist, June 30. southbound to Hollywood.It
.: ". Waterway at Hobe Sound was Other positions for which "ap- ', was a special train carrying FIGHT TB
I '" reopened to traffic unexpectedly plications will be accepted until ; delegates to the annual convention N Stock FLORENCE, PERFECTION>qd',DU.O
\ last Thursday afternoon after I Christmas Seat j.
i t the needs of the service are I of the Flndhclal Public Re-
., ; being closed for repairs more met" Include messenger mathematician lotions Association now In session and Cabinet Heater
111 '. than six months The opening metallurgist physic at the Hollywood Beach h i )(); :#{ THERM -- Space
was made on a tentative basisthat
let Hotel.
pharmacologist engineer.
I traffic be extremely -cautious
j I printer social worker engineer-,I> Early Sunday morning Cathotic
and as light as possible'11 I n g draftsman, cartographic members of the group expressed -
; ; \ .; ; <,' until the. repair work Is fullycompleted. ,i|i draftsman, statistical draftsj j: a wish to avail themselves ONLY 19 i HARDWARE CO.
Workmen are i, man student dietician, occupational I of regular church services BESS
l' I up- with the planking and i I I therapy aid, medical and sought a priest aboard the
) ; checking bff the mechanism and X-ray technician medical officer train.
are xepcted oft the job within and Instructors for airplane No priest could be found andso : I Where Quality and Service Count
10 days, it was said I I, and engine mechanics and the group wired ahead to Shopping Days
f jreopenlng. "early\In Decem.ber" the air force base supply procedure Stuart There Father Geary; secured /& Phones 38 & 216 Osceola Ave. Stuart Fla! ,
had been promised by
I Further information may be special approval from the I
,I ,,> r recdnstructon, Cleary; Brothersof secured frpm Mrs Gertrude Most Ref Thomas J. McDon- Till Christmas, iKft iTjl
West Palm Beach The' I II Mlnnehan at the Stuart Post Office ough, bishop of St. Augustine.Meantime .

I t ,"I May bridge's 17 east support collapsed,1 I ...... the club was was. ta :t )(] I ---' .
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I., I, Every m as a dream, something he wanWto do more than anything else .. and, for years I have

r THE SAME FINE COCKTAILS THAT wanted 'to and, operate the finest possible btflnd cocktail lounge one which would be the sort

YOU PRAISED SO MUCH WHEN TOM. my" 'frie and cUltomer deserve ,not just anot.lace. but the finest place on the highway. ?

MY WAS RUNNING THE BLUE GOOSE II, I helieve, has been<<; done in ,the new Tommy' iiu. You will be the judge. So I'm i inviting you A
J of my friends in Martin County ,whom rye known throufeLthe year..* -to come on down to my Grandpening

ST. LUCIE BAR AND TOMMY'S BAR Party Friday ,night, Dec. 10-and to bring your friemNi! *nd ,to, spread the word ud(J)

AT HOBE SOUND. AND, OF COURSE, I cannot tell you; you must see the new Tommy's Bar to appr tkte it. t the terazzd floors- 'semicircular '

THE SAME FRIENDLY WELCOME AN glass brick ,bar, modern lounge the tiled patio .: .' iWrnarvelous! view of! Hobe.Sound
t' and the ocean from the roof garden on the second floor. Nothing has beeliMpared in furnishings or ,dec

j 1 :40 GOOD WILL FROM YOUR F. D oration to satisfy my customers. W -, > ;
4 ''f TOMMY, WHO INVITESJP TO ENJOY There will be music end dancing -.-.. a friendly pirit. the very best of mixbLdrinks, cocktails( and liI .

; 1 1'I YOURSELF. pft flAPPY WHEN package goods '. and, most of all, a smile! arid a handshake for my good friends wfcp: have made thlI"

YOU DO. I ,effort worth while net only oh Opening Night but for all the days and nights to come % I look for you.

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riCSTERS GIVE l d.meed the minuet The Allied, 1 I ,

1. FOR 250 ode. mountalnwi, was epi- GROVE HEATER Florida's Tremendous Cattle Business Quite .
.... ,printed I Comparable ) WINSTON ACCEPTED .
. (bv New
Vehicle "
/ -- the 5th and Bth grades I AS NEW KIWAMAN *.- :
L t Itilcal:\ drama entitled "300 the round t and square, dunces nncblg and! To Famous Characteristics of Texas and Far WestBy I Harris Winston I was accfptettu '' r

K: trkotisrn" was presented"ElemettlatV tho 2nd grade girls gave a dunce .a neu member of Stuatt.KJ**
School Top Cot the Licenses Put wanls Club at the tlubV: won >
stukfthe Weasel
j (fourth period, the] Civil The CAP'N FLAGG have been horses and cattle inFlorida,1" meeting at the Woman'C'..: 5f;
high chool auditorgfov War the I
Friday November committee: reports .
g Sid grader sang "Suwanee (Reprinted from the October Issue of Bit & Spur) Not until new bloodlines af
ii4| 19. Accompanied River' were crossed with native On Sale HereSale were filed and perfect
jI ,,{Rhythm' Band the rhllffft and lave a dance by Oh Sutpanna. "'Drugstore Cowboys fruit juice buckaroos stock, perhaps 50 years ago, did tendance awards made to o..$.:
mngf and dances: from It, the westward move you can't kid me," ia the ribbing I often take by Northern; Florida cattle and horses beginto I Tilton for a third year, A. '8.
under the direction meat, the 3rd and 4th graders\ and Western friends when spotlighting Florida' cattle grow ID size and Importance. of 1949 Florida vehicle I Blair for two and A. C. Bridges,

I gi.a i f Loiiise try Dearston Bounty 1"1 cowboy, Ming The final !epj business which employs 60,000 cowboys to ride herd on It Is Interesting to think that; license tag at no Increased it After. for one.the meeting, for which 1

I Ltn leather, ami 1 'the tiel4hn. rule, Patriotism Today, Will dl'l11., I 2,000,000 head of range -stock_just as cowboys do in on the great Florida pampas in prices the office began of yesterday County Tax morning Col- the club had alx guests, a transcription -

i )( .. About\ 230 at. :Ointrated !with a flag drill|| by the) Texas, Wyoming and Montana. there may be today diluted blood lector L. C. Kickllter, Deadlinefor of Interviews with, six
I 2nd For many who regard Floridaas from, the original royal stock to
grade bc.y. and (he Klvanlans was made by Bob
J 1 Boy Scout securing the tags Is Jan 15
, a I Juicy State and land in America.
(from "varies oranges tie, Lynn of Station WIOD fbf;
who introduced the grades. The hog-tie doggies with atomic Approximately 3,100\ were sold
.. program .
|"fli lf was,closed with tin Oil grapefruit Hi usually an precision and fix fences too. Florida ranchmen have poured by the office this year, It was broadcast on Lynn Dreambuster -
I were Lee Brock and singing!: of the eye-opener to learn that a few millions of dollars Into building on WIOD, at .m.
program Tp
I'Star-Spangled They compete In Florida rodeos, reported, and the 1949 order
,,{ r 0011I1 There wort' lit I Banner.!: w miles Inland from the urging several ot which are comparable: Improved herds The crossing from the State Prison at Ralford : Saturday Interviewed were '
j representing different FUEL CONSUMPTION surf of the Atlantic Ocean and in kill to Frontier Days Cheyenne ot Brahma blood with native where the tags are made Included Representative-elect 0 e o t g e
i k> the history of America. The Inspection bureau of the silvery sands of the Gulf of Mex- Wyoming and Pendleton, Stock has supplied certain air" 3.770 tags of 27 varieties The: Keith, Arthur M. Dehon Mayor
State Department ico, there s real wild Weit Actually conditioning features, heat and W R. Baker, A 8 Blair, Price ".
t J/.nd 4th (lo. presented of Agriculture Oregon. Florida horsemen work tag are lettered In red on a I
gr It's a wild south Yet, a pest proof factors that McD French and Roy S. States
reports tnakq
jf entitled Ti1grim and jl jl.f Ial. of gasoline It months a year on ranchlandbounttJullyo cream background and have two: .
and 12,2t7 gal. of kerosene lot more western than many sections cattle raising in the sub-tropics changes In design from this
supplied with freshwater : .
were II"4)it-Ji j {I
secratd "
In the a colonial ) ) )
i I' consumed In Martin County dur- of Far West cattle country shade, lush grass and Improved practical and profitable. years tags ,The legend "Sun '" i '
jj 'ihc 5th and 6th graders j..nig October, land, great pampas, 150 miles wide pastures Ranches for Along with Increased herds shine State" appears across the m t, 'f:1:
----W- 250 miles long, sections of the most part are fenced. There's has come a demand for more top and all compound letter In- a '
which are almost as wild i as still some open range. ; and more cowboys to work range slgne such u OK. KW and OL ONLY 19 : A

f FtOWERS For All OCCASIO'BOUQUET \ when"theut.Ponce; De;; .Leon n-of searchedfor Youth, Inland To folks southern who have Florida not, seen the I stock.town adjacent In many to a pampas-land Florida small, other appear words In fractional one, letter form over, or the In, 6"

stretches from a little north of above "ride 'em cowboy" U as common other after the county number;! 1:
statements sound
$ .. CORSAGES a CUT FLOW| RS I the'Tamlarql Trail (the souther- like Civic and Commerce may bally- 41 greeting as It U in Mart, Text 42, Instead of side by side as be-' I ly t
I most route across the state Miami .hoo. Rightly because the as, or Red Lodge, Montana, foreKlckllter's Shopping Days
j FLORAL to to well beyond so
t ARRANGEMENTS |I! Plant City Naples in.North Florida State Is generally thought of as Quarter horse blood line have license number office reported reservationswere 70, II

OMEST1C and IMPORTED CERAMIC In this wild unsettled area are a winter escape-a pay and playground been Infused with native range made and the resulting 170 Till Christmas
A spot in the sun for t horses to produce uslng-ctock
| enormous cattle ranches where In special fees for this service'T
! is ITH'S FLORAL & GIFT i stockmen breed, feed, brand, I few.months where you tan your unequalled In stamina, cutting, In earmarked for the Florida I ATO .
SHOP and work.
roping general range
hide to a French-fried'crisp I ) ) ) ) )
and ship to marketsome Several famous quarter horse crippled! children* fund ( ( f i "!
'I WE WIRE FLOWERS | of the finest T-bone and make whoop-de-do\ dip Into I
warm surf tempered by Gulf studs, Steeldust heritage now ;
f Arc oe\dg, Sth St..Ft. Pierce '. Prlne 310-J I j porterhouse steaks on these four ranches legs. stream currents and dip into stand at Important ranches. '
Cowboys working
I hard buckaroos. flesh pots if your bank roll Finally, Florida has dude -
are riding I
A now radiant imrarcd ray Some drink fruit juicer Cokes,,1 can take It. Cowboys? Mon- ranches where western range
A 4 neater dpvrTiiped! to MUlilgan Seven Up, others hard llkker I tana, Wyoming, Texas certainly life may be had In the south ) ill

) Slat College in protect truck I They wear 10-gallon hats, spike. But Florida: ? Only oranges: and during winter months when\ subzero fo te ma
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"JOEfflfcLl */ crops and. uurwn plants from heel boots, spurs, chaps and col- grapefruit, sun tans swimmingracing !:: weather and snow blankets Z

freezing( tcmpeMtim-s. .u iliownmtfilfcil orful shirts Many 'carry guns and mermaidsFlorida I popular far western. resorts \ 1
'" I ..1 I ,H I, liluiniMi' thin, because In the sections of the I rocked the cradle for I Certainly, keep tabbing Florida USE
MOSLHYPLUMBING business In u a Juicy state oranges and
nllflt'for F Everglades and Deep Cypress the horse and cattle
Hiuett Mullordi '
animals these United States More than | grapefruit Call it "pay and '? .
: ,, Swamp there are predatory I
i I 11..r.+1'" .n vulva ( sun-tan land.
:growers pampas cats <( who also opinli misery. at I' western mountain Hons!, alliga- for gold landed with 30 ships I Don't forget, however. Florida :"" \\ ; "
Apopku KtniMiH hunter tarns the west was and still U the original cowhand """:;.
JOBBING CONTRACTING ( tors, poisonous snakes and bear. at Charlotte Harbor on i I. ,
1 barrel.like hi"ilu lien" n'd when There are deer, wild turkey and coast, not far south of Tampa I land. now 10-gallon size
1I Prompt, EffIcic A Service -- All Work Guaranteed it Is in "1",111"i i letters are occasional 'tuskers" grandpap- He brought horses from the Ranchers have put fat bank rolls
N HT OR D/Y 'I of Spain Arabian behind a big cattle '
boiling( ni,mill iltilrcil' 1''II1I1K'fI'lul py razorback hogs not unlike I royal stables I :rln'e
wild boar In size and habits Rid blood lines Palomlmos cat- [ Cowboys riding herd
ly and! nil It! 1)(' .1.lil.II.! ] for uwhv
I skill
Just thon / ,. ing herd on the Florida pampas tle, pigs citrus seeds He fought I ranchers display the same
< Flotilla tins lall
) 246I < U.(". \\ IN Isn't a dude or drugstore cowboy with the Indians Stock got and devotion for their trade that
---- do In wide stretches
I I job. I away roamed wild, In-bred and I they open
small runty Always, however I ot the Far West "Ride 'Em
Hobe Sound NewsBy I Many cowboys are mounted on grew '
At Advised In.LIFE nd LOOK 1 blooded quarter stock and spirited I I, since that first expeditionto Cowboy In FlorIda. It's the

f MARIE BRODRICK 1 I cow nnnlM r-------I They rope batPHONE the new world. U53H there I truth. So help me- -
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1U6we Mra Joyce Davis and .on. Aids MAIL SCHEDULE CHANGED
Jackie. are spending a few days r
COMPANY i I' ', In northbound -
-hour change
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visiting Mr, C :0Por In
I Stuart : r' I, I Stranded Family, mall wu announced yes- Now\ the Time to ChooseYourUrislrrlajCiftJ
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I tk Mr. and Mrs, Austin H. Mul- II i I terday by the Stuart Post Office *f ,,
I l Love- lens and Mrs Emory DcLonch INSTALLS MANY tendered I, Effective yesterday the northbound
Effusive thanks were
morning mall deadline '
visited In Palm Beach Nov 23
Mir and Mri Joe Wood and I the Martin County Red Cross I was changed from 9:18: a.m. to

e Mr -and Mrs. Fred Hlldebrand' NEW FACILITIES chapter this week by a. newly- I 12:35 p.m. because: of a shift: In
I that includes
trains' composition
spent Wednesday and the
Thursday released OI and his family after 1 tl rI
t i hunting\ and tamping in thebackwoods. receiving a notable bit ot aid I a ilrst-class mall car In F
-/J I the later train Instead of the
,1,1I,1I W 'e'' 1 contracts having been when In trouble 9.48 a.m. train
With The
Postmaster Paul Mahan la on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Huf- |I morning one.
a 15-day vacation 1 I! awarded for 70.000 new ford and t b lee children en now will accept only northbound
,1i The homeroom mothers entertained : tial dwelling units in realden-\! \ route to Baltimore. pulled off : parcel post It was. explained.

i $499 the children of the ,I since 1943, the telephone com I II the highway,near here last weekend 1- -
school at Thanksgiving party. Incredible and In the soft sand (the ford loaned him and his family
The children(! dressed for theoccasion I I pany has installed an auto became stuck and the motor i $95 interest free with which to K
Buy NOW as Indiana: and pilgrims amount of stew plant facilities injured in Hufforda efforts I get to Maryland. Hufford agreed ,

ON EAST Ttsastt Mrs English's class g te I to meet the growing demand for to get free Stranded without to repayment as soon as possible
u play I on the beginning of I telephoi. service In the areas sufficient funds he appealed to after arrival home and was lav
f l a rwr, Thanksgiving and the children I served by the Southern Bell I the Red Cross for help and Executive Lsh In his acclaim for the chapters x rw 4
.rourrar ang two songs, 'Indian Lullaby i I Secretary Mary Shackle- helping hand. I 0 rr
earl w, isto j Telephone Company A. B. Dooley .
and "To Grandfather'sIcouse I I ----- -.
I ,aa.pmM 9r411ta We Oo" The mother ;, Florida.. manager, revealed FOR RER '
were shown an exhibit made by today "Many of the .subdivisions Cadence Cur,95 1
the children, painted pictures I are being located In areas LIBERAL ALLOWANCEWILL FOR
and Indian village Refreshments : RIM
an on the fringe of the exchanges
I of sandwiches cookies ; where no telephone plant BE GIVEN ON YOUR 40 a- CampusCortexS

lip I popcorn candy nuts, chocolatemilk ists." Dooley said, "making
11 and t Ice cream were served. I necessary to construct for eX-I OLD TIRES and BATTERIES 49It i
The homeroom mothers are Mrs distances new cable and I
Verna Black Mr. Andrew Lester I I routes to these locations. before ATSALERNO
11I Mrs John Ortlga, Mrs I Hennessy. Mrs. Rody Hlllman,:I As an example of the magnitude
Mrs Ethel Marriott and Mrs.1 and scope of the construction

Jessie Oriffln program, Dooley pointed STATH
1 Mrs. William Garner and Mr. ;' out that the facilities in all 81
and Mrs August Bluitip had din 1 exchanges In the area served by ? %
I ner with Mr and Mrs Jessie'Griffin I' Southern Bell had been expanded U, S. No. 1 AT SALERNO ROAD t"J s

.e..46o --- I Ir..r Monday evening I since the war by the '
ao..awsno .. Mr. and 14rs.; Jtule Griffin i struction Of $J55,000,000, ft '1 PN' PURCHASE OF NEW ,
I are to.p had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. plant and the construction con-I U2M N. twsA

I eve btM Lane, the easy frn- E J. Arnold at noon Thanksgiving gram:: in 194S' alone* will cost Am \0 Tires and Batte &s till-TMi Loran l .t tend i iS.ake
I THE GIF HAT 000000
\ere to IAROMATIGi1Tdar Mr. and Mr*. George Brown- Dooley>fnphaalzed tnavthreo} INVESTIGATE! BUY NDYV! IbnctM chair
Jest }in the world, with STARTS;THE MEftottjfitt ( lee had es their guests for din- things aroiecessary to furnish

! exclusive Lane pst-, ner Thursday evening Mr. and local exchange ,telephone servt Quick, flpurteous, Efficient Se ice
i Mrs Jessie Griffin central or switching -
vmedMaiures. ice: ((1) office
Lane Chests are Mr. and Mra O. D. Quigley equipment, 12)) outside plant, Net a Cent' Extra For
pvsinle la many finishes and LANE and sons visited MJ:. and Mrs. or the facilities running from I C. E.13EEDLE, Oner GUI CHRISTMAS
i mt to harmonize with Dan Shaw Sunday. the central office to the location.
any i The regular weekly dance will of the desired telephone and P. O. Box 136 g Salerno LAY.AWAY PLAN J*
furninire. FREE Moth In- ::::
8:30 at the
I be held tonight at : the telephone Instrument. ;
1 ce: policy with every Lane Community Hall The Southern Since all three of these and Pirsiiillzifl
1I t. Stan all-girl orchestra will I 3i Credit Service( ;.
In furnishing
I lay Everybody U urged to attend service are used, all! three must a ira!( i'atw alws t w w ''-te: I( "iit(I !( f ,,. $71 to -\
be available at the same IK to eur 10 give the ,Till Enas? ,-
kTHER OF STUART The Youth Fellowship will If ly telephone service la to be finest,..beautiful Grata. ....
$ Curves of Veri-THm
have Its regular meeting Sunday stalled. In the M exchanges operated I NOON D\/ LUNCH America choice for ow -
evening at 8.30 In the Church. I Southern Bell In the Sc .....
by 74 Tear out largo ks
ED BURGESS, Mir.I All young people we Invited, State 34 buildings have either FOR 5l election toon! Ian statL taw

d I Di,,;U Ui.l__: ., __..:. .. AL._... .A..- Stuart. Fla. (Continued, OH. Page. Linen) been constructed or enlarged I
0 .-- "-'- -- ..... I since 1945 to permit the Install1 *-
1 tlon of additional equipment.
+E During ,this lame period 87 ,500 OI Bum Businessman -
HAVE. THE''BuildiQg leet of underground conduit has

been Installed to encase the \ II IIi
large undergorund cable, and. 'I / AND
I Material since 1945 more than ,234,000,* '
000 conductor feet of cable has 00war.

been. placed In plant. Christ /as Stoppers
J But the building of the local 'i .., es !

TO MAk.OUR. 'ii exchange telephone facilities ,adaak ?
which permits telephone to be ,I, \
Installed U only a part of the 451

t picture. In order to have a full 'I ,
HOME. PLA and comprehensive: telephone I \
; service, Southern Bell hu simultaneously i i SPECIAL HES ,\PREPARED dN REQUESTEXCELLENT

TRUE long-distance greatly facilities expanded in the the i SEA FOOD i I
State Since 1945 almost 1,000
additional long) distance circuit I ,i I"udie. -JWhy Eat At Home Alone: T P

have been total In service. I Follow the Crowd"
bringing: the serving Flori-

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0.0 qualified baa openings single. for men a number M aircraft ot I "RUSTY: and i COTTON .. OranteAve.. at Second SE, Fort Pierce, Fli.

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'i: 'f Cfl3flDItAE t f m[ FOR SALXi INS CUdef Trailer FOR RENT: Waterfront ,.- ...__ .............---...__............... _. L VISE"55715 toUNTY COUNTYsTAti IVIIGI1 0T5RelAID ; '
21 foot excellent condition Jew three doable kMrooma, ... .. u.....a.unsu -..ugINTEREST

$.,..se. tanra wvitht circle dining room, aU eleclftc kitchen I SEEN GAINING Till IIITa" I
Drive,_Ocean. !! Breesjt "&I1t..J7-lp bathroom, porft. Call 4 of Stuart Mrs sac? It. )5ENc: :
Stuart writel' Nellie Pczzonl reports
; CABIN BOAT, It-It $3..-hp Ker- M-R or A. En- that the membership for the dt:3't1C1t;: to tUblToq I
icy, Salerno Inn, Sifrno, Fla. P'0.411., 5 ,
i iAdj math motor flsh chain fish r
new sewing circle la Increasing. .
:#, PER WORD OROIN. bos oulrlfitra. Telephone ____. ___ .37/ip! Are MarriedIn A welcome Is extended to all t I IS ,::" : *
off 0I.h tO, ..:;
aGe FOR 11
ART Stuart. ZI. 37/tf FOR RENT: t Ap,... furnished winter visitors who are Interest Il OtIaI.l5I5s.I .::
WORDS; & PER WORD CAPITALS one partly. fill shed. Ap. lid. In knhlstinE 3,, .1 Mar11: Ioo c...;,
FOR SALE < sewing croqueting
] VAGABO. 0i 55zs.,
MINIMUM Ste FOR 11 the 194} lifetime trailer,See 4- PL'I! !' Coconut- If te. r/lp GeorgiaTwo and making apet flowers. :; 'rrmc1'e / ," ''III. .*. ..
WORDS :r i:
palm ._ wheel brakes. Joe MeN am a..., FOR RENT; 1 and fnom apartments Instructors will be .present to ": ,. ,. hl.::. hb,
: i iiMiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiifimiiiiiiAPARTMENTS i i i i .bonded dealer., Ocean Breeie I by month Ir season All/ i help. For membership let Mrs. .54 .t :. .w'

1actWc: FOR RENT _Jenjen._ 37/lp ; electric N' e *fi decorated. Stuart couple! joined lit Peizonl at Santo Antique Shop, :: :. "':. '" /, ,':: :
t NEW Green Apartntefts 431 t double wedding' with the Rev I 01. toebI :
ithll I iiiiiiiiiniiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM'jHfli.1. "' COMMODES.: Have never ; On, si n .
: i p been. anatcked Rr. ni>. I tint. ..Row *___ 36/4 p j William Adams officiating at McCLASKEYS HOSTS II zl4.Ted ds',.ecI I" ,,, .

t.. able. t. Becker Froien Cnstard fOR RENT! Nfl 1 decorated; the Methodist Church, la way- Mr. and Mrs T 0. McClasker "'hw to.

Stand on North Federal bedroom fur ed home new, cross, da., Monday afternoon,. entertained Thanksglvlny eve: elite AdOI,N, ,, IINCK;

: ; .% Ih"I._ !\ .v. 2J; De 2 electric kitr n. year round Married 'were! J. W Tucker and nlng with a barbecue at their I* ,,' .... ....

TOR SALE: 27.ft:"All Aluminum i i rental, yea allie. Write P the former Miss Barbara Moore, home on Stypmann Blvd Quests I I OiJlHusN.
m and Albert E. zones the .......
I and were Mr and Mrs r J. Pear
Peerless O Box .48 3S2fficlency ,.
: trailer A-I condition, 1 ., 55 ......
former Miss Louise Dial They Mr and Mrs Herbert Young and
it used! one season bottled rOR-RENT Cottage .
: gas
electric left here late Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Murphy
T JU ed refrigeration carpet. Apt. Ha irything d..lre4.. with Tucker1 brother, Robert In and daughter HaUl. Maxene\ AL NO :
throll.II011.nlnr.. Pain
Sac. Cllj Riverfront Adults
Daytona Beach Tuesday night '
rlftc 12750 W. C. Griffith, only I F. Blauvelt, Box S*. and returned her yesterday ASSOCIATION TO MEET IN TIlt tl lit? toys ''
3"V Ocean B r e II e Park Jensen Palm C U/t ManTIS STY, FL,, ,1411.1aCHAI
__ afternoon. The Presbyterian Woman's : Be '
V 4 ATLA. IO COURT ch. Dee JrOR roti-SE SAL RENT Seven Tucker II 1 the ton of Mr and Assocatlon will meet at the 'I.OHID4 PAST, A r TN., P1011 OOa.

APARTMENTS SALE 1. 2< in Girl. Bleytcle f.rnl d houses on Sewallne '. Mrs C A. Tucker and was grad church Tuesday' at J:30 pm : : "w, .....

STVAR FLORIDA and I 24"In. Girl.. Bicycle Pola location and beau uated from Martin County High with Mrs. M. R. Trimmer as HOWARD .IM!,

r 1 Newly Decorate Fully EquIpped Mrs. J. W. Berry 305 W 3rd! St Uful rounds L. F. Knowles, School "In 1943 Mrs Tucker lathe hostess, P| ''Y. "' ....

tI HoUSekerpinsVl part menu tf I'bf 17-R. Brokers protect daughter of Mr. and Mrs. limit FArt NO .TO.... A'"

I c Weekly and sVson Rates FOR SALE.: 1M8 Century De ed _ Oct 14 U Thomas Tomlmaon. Jones who Mrs Augusta T. J Prlestman of All Pheal 04 :'",' 'IN.1ft> lOt

: I Ie Open All Te\ Round tune ttillly Gray 104 Kit 1'0 tENT Two *down-tow moved here from Springfield East: OrangeN J, who has beena 1'11t1t. 1... .... """, ,

: : : W T PAGE\Mgr. broken In, 11975 complete rtments. Newly furnished. Ohio, In 1949 is the ion of Mr. guest of Mrs. Eula Travis, returned ar i "Lu iSsafirssTHI .: '

with cover Like' new and Mrs Clarence E. Jones, and to her ., .
TelephonelUllftlllllllMIIIMtmillHIIlVlimiMIHI Stuart electric equipment Phone Monday homo In ... ... ., ..,....
Marine Service, Stuart, 81*. uart I._ May U If Mrs Jones W the daughter of East Orange, N J. While here Thirteen-year-bid MirV( Ann list (left) used a iWift lick to the 0.0 .APLtow"' :.A._.. ''A......,._.,

: ,_ Dee.-2. >, IIHOTPOINT 'RENTi Floor sanding"'D ma Mrs W.C.. Dlas Tucker helps,I Mrs Prlestman and Mra Travis .stnmuch lo foil a burglar!: who entereA a horde where she was bubv* DrvIss.si lA':' TH& USh,. "N 1U I t,510111.lIve"'
.In. operate Tuckers Service Stationon made a sight-seeing trip to' Key AND t.", ,,,,",
ORlII.IIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIflIIPIIIIHIUIIIIIIIII* and edger Reflnlsh sitting her cousins, Dottle! J Jian. 4. siHTVlwain, 2, in Pittsburgh Pa OTHIII I miAI.'O'1t' ,
SAL1 ,
APARTMENT SIZE RANGE your floors at reasonable rates. the Old Dixie Hwy where West and the west coast. TheY, T550505. US t 51,1 ,o):..:It,

fr t j 1 ) : *1 9.&5HALtS Pb.... 10$, Stuart Hardware Jones also I Is employed Mrs returned home b, way of tECAL: ADVERTISEMENT I I"HR'rIsky. AS cc. J \L.I ,ULI1 5IITII. ,

: 4 POtS S\LE: Barcain-One\ 20- ELECTRIC SERVICE Ce. U Tucker: and Mr and Mrs. Jones, Gainesville where they were CHURCH ------ MASY 'URN, .t,1'r.ftt 01
Post Office aim attended Martin County JOIned., by Mrs. Prlestman! son. ... lINIl"' II, cit 111W,
Arcade .
a foot typrem bctlumrd. redar, TYPEWRITERS h k nkr |l tkt ole .11 .
YI. i tide Phone 13 I FOR RENT-B, High School. John Prlestman Evans Crary .I..r4 of K4.,..... oltaelauar. ,*. AND OTHKRCKl 'ii 1.1 r.r ,,.,.
1 1I
\ tHhmj boat. po..d'"lIh I week er month. Phone 300. Jr and DIRECTORY .ion. .IU ."u far ... ... mill 01.. HttourH, CII lA151' ..
t .. $ 21.horr tnlverail Otie, Neil f The Stnart. News Office. t Dennis Hudson Jr. who "._ .... .... .I. ToII...._ I ..Idp..i MAUD K. ease M A ''H l Del M0i-'
", .J\ year ol l4. BOUt bv Bnqui.q.I iiii SALE: : NOTHING i 'DOWN I Dan Mlnnehan who spent the spent the Thanksgiving holiday (REVISED) 10,50 abooh. : A. 0. I...., 510.I 1HE UhillUw1 \I.v: I.e u:
i i FOR RENTrt: separate houses holidays with his parents,. Mr here I" 55. lcd Ita \&TIN CUSP ... OBANThltS.;1 Cllt I'' AND >
Sltrno.' Kr* A. *. HendrAlJ AND 110 00 month_' RIO/ST. wiOsr aseils? 5.' S. f.IOssolelI. PAstIes CtAIM 111111
Furnished AU conveniences and Mrs. R L. Minnehan returned -0- .,. ... Toll''' ''Id
: L n.vn. n... h. Phone 130-\J IICIEen the old No. 4I. 5.arI AIo_ Az.a la.IsaIh.ss.tet5 "SI 1'NI.IK: fla Afav1I 1 1Iep
KS.FOIl. lo load Jensen Beach (Sunny Acres). to st. Leo College Prep Joe Courson who la attendln ,. IIAl.tK W. AU..... ........ oWl .... ., J .... I 1.111 IAHKD: AN IIIIc.W PUll
I. I'' iT/lp Jensen Beach. CholM otabout See Mrs. E. F Kendle, Stuart Stetson .boodse- I, d. ?....... II 110, ci PluMs DR tORIwrcSJ .
at School at St Leo Sunday Unlvtittty, spent the
d. 15 lots, total pricsf $250 *:,41 a. .. lszd.r .... 1 .ssIal.ise, 51510 0"" ANY IlIOHT TIT TI.'
,' SALE: Canvas Awnings and Drug C'II.' er Ocean Breeze -0- holidays with his parents Mr. ". .. ... 5oslzl' w....... 1 .oc.ocsfeI 1 1140,0 Ib'i. OS' 'hi Till FOLLUWIIII tillS "LAS II
>p. size 50x100 Sidewalks _Park Dee. t Billie Oughterson, 'Who Is attending and Mrs A. C. Courson In El- 100. p. a. Tro/.j.. U."... ";t ':: err' is MMItIN. 40.( Losji, .,,
,' I roihlurm fcmhirlla.1. Canopies.Write I and paved it'fell.'hite! 000s. o..osWorslie.A : .. ..4 .h.. ...11
': Rainbow A" Co. or FOR RtNTi: I urnlihedTpt, livIng the University of Jlor- dorado Heights asre.., II ....._ u tOo u0se'SW .. "". .. ,.sI.th.5.edO' en..t.Smif :, NOII 00"" zlbn
nlng call
I 'rJ Dade Realty ) bedroom kitchen Ida. spent the holiday with Mr. a 1O 'M es.. uf ...14... "Iiq P0.0.0*. .......... .olnoelosEw 'h_'_. of ..... A11
CUI' BroadIT 1\est Palm 709 S.W. Eighth I. S f.nen; room, 'h. ....1_ Sh.reouselbn, 'lee.Ta. .11 ., 00--. .
Beach" Fla 36/3p t1*. 0 I ette. bath I lane cedar clos and Mrs Ted Oughterson Miss Sara Ann Roberta spent Wa4.__ .,. lImed. Sb.: ... 55s. .ft.,10.sn tos, 11, J.t5 11111.
'. .r I els, down stain, center of last week end with her brother else. p. 04 uld.oospnse, ourviec. .. /I0I .. .._ S 554. all cisrc.e. II bells, Ths11e5

FAJO'-- hR) SUE: G i met--SO. S 3ALEiEiec .>:Friglutyrest: town Reasonable rent. ill William B1. Crary' who la attending -.I Richard who Is a sophomore .FI,5T' BAPTIST '. bMiv: f ''IK": IbIU. 'II4hthlIbunoth. \'::" :' ''' ., w ...

acre*, t houses packing house Ire, npoui bed, East 4th St Phone 107.J. Bolles Academy In Jack: the University ot Florida: Sara ........ :r :'f Otol. I P1. '1.. antlfi04.... 10.1 5 ..k .... 00.4.
,... .
ttrtas and RKV: W. R. HUWIANO '."or e-ld..N .w'pe.VsIIs "1.t,10., ,.
Adams upr So Living Jr will A11E5Tiu,4
r.; F Hobe Soundjptonc ; Dee t sonville and Evans tracy, graduate from Martin IMMul. i iRrirK
in net, Phone 1 or 16J-W. : I SeTOtIPlItMa tt :. ;::.1''t,' l ::"'
J71I. \S7/tf rom the University of Florida County High School next June i-l"t': :- th.5 .
FOR RENT: Modern I1! t ::: .
_. Dee. 2 room li a*. Ir4 a..a. .t iCailIta .-.... !tit00> a
the holiday guests 1 and plans to enter the UniversIty .
Fog SALE NOTHING D\ --- : bedroom Apt Facing River, Intown were Oft ..r5 .,.we u.s's. hue 5. 5 0.. usAnvtsndt "IlIkd5.IsS0p' *s0a.._
1 I AO .: WN tiE YOI.R 1949 II e.lend.r1IIew. )I Write parents, Senator.and vani ot Florida next fall to majorIn --u ;:z1:::,.' 1. ::I": ';: ..:
.1.. month "RIO >TLUC1E I l at The St Of. 1' \aso"eorslae: CraryMiss' vocal music. tHE CHURCH OP COO nvMi ,' ,, ,. ,

> on the old No. 1 rddto Sc Calendar IIh stand or, Box Stuart Dee. 2,9 News: ISuiiiliumiliiliiliilliiiillliliiilllillimi 0 BV R. H psI. HKASLKt_11 liiiartt i iiN .,..14* P.015.e-1 '; ':..:

Jensen Bearh Choice M a ii for Parker of Orlando Mrs John L. Sd.r u, who tts' l- .sI 1 1Is.
Id Margaret
about 75 lots total 1 price f25kand yo stand If i Rosbury Is recoverylng rIceh "hoe II .. 0. reseAT ,- ., tsoct: ;; ..t}t;;:
p'OR LE Cb raft and Miss Jean Parker of at home from a stroke 11..1.. W..hl. II 1M ... '
5. 0.
up rise SOxlOO Sidewalks, I lL 31.f doubl Cruiser SERVICE OFFEREDnitiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiimiiiiiiimm. Jacksonville spent Thanksglv- she suffered last week K.. .,.. Weciz, 1.55, UTATIWII.LOU' T1OAI1 T t;rt.1.1-: :: : : :
asked bottom, j J'Ioi' SOils, IY.A" 5., SP D.a.kee I 1.0 *.sS
and < vra uW.
.Ilftls.'rlt !
1y paved or knew brys motor Value tag here with their parents, Dr Osta', S Huel IN SIlo .1,0 ..odlT.k : :IIld,40.I.ep,5pehi51lHz .

y call Dade Realty' (Owners) I '$3.50 N. ruble offer MODERN UPHOLSTERY- Led. and Mrs J. D Parker. Charels R. Greenlees. Jr. who JOSEPHS CATHOLK : ... '0055.0sIhl
i; 270) SW Eighth st.. Miami. Ped. re- fords Upholstery Shop 119 N. has been the of his WI son i, North ForkJ7lp guest mother as y.r.1: PMta .. T'rObda OII Ir.f'. u lOsPlyd
Fla.& JS/tf I OWe.. c Sib St. Fort Pierce. Free... Mrs Earl Hall and daughter, Mrs Charles R. Greenless, 0.5.0 5r: .: I | >*4 11| fiNAL AIIGII 0 'hId ; us ,.= Et..IIldo

;. FOR SALE:" Small Trailer-;-Ideal "OR\SAri.. :i0i-ii: system timates. Phone Fort Pierce Ill Joyce Ann. :returned last week at Tropical Farms will return a.w.e mM *MnnMr u*,. a I *.. -I.* *. .. 'II. ;::.::' ocS5ucafhe tor H1-t: :

for travel boll tr All work guaranteed. Drop a from Mortonvllle K,. They were to his home In Buffalo tomorrow rk zl POd.P mt re.h math it SIC a... ...... at do lA, .. wiIbesehh'! d ...
electric rtfrlgera- fl'. electric brakes, hzlsedse. 0 ts C .. o. ... 0.1.. 15.55 Cs.O W51.uehbl.donesdi M.o I 0.0.
eard. amimnanlMi by Mra. Halls
05':1z': :
tor electric water heater, thruj dully, apt stove .. ; : *. M. tOol, moo d peshla. IVAMIt Caev Ti do,
gu women. mother, Mrs Joseph Huff, who ..... C,, .dstnb.U*, '4 f,, !. .r dIarh.n.so A.Alorocy1.I' If .
electric brakes Magic Chef .1" f'd track tires nearly .. ; .t I _'a., s.d5r Ihol ..e ,Ii. 31" .4 D.5uh... W.sIsDzl 2.5. II
will be their for the win Mrs. Dora
Men. bells. Luella Downey guest Johnson had as her :: .
Apt Bange, plenty cupboards. I ncw. Hliam/ Pries Ocean I' I.. J wIll ne .. I hoena'o A.
Bfen 1101 Orange...... For ter week-end' guests Mr. and Mrs :..,... L C..I.. esIr ..... et MurlIstIsstr. L.fGAi. Are isIN !504
Own Lockwood, S. 7th St Jensen. __ ,.
I Ig 37/3p MAuve irscOPALno ......d to<, ,csezl .. .04fIsal
I Ovrari Breeie Park, Jensenliteh FOR SA/Et' 1M-Ik. Ice box 10. i Pierce. Phone 197-M for, appointment ; Leonard McClellan and family of w." ", arE 15.a ......... ..' ., .1 dIc.him. 00
Fla f U Mrs. John E. Taylor and Mrs Douglas 0*. REV: R. M rKATOM. ..... aM ..... 1(...._ ud lOs .0 t sOil s.u..1 tOlJNTY JUDd COt SI a.PD.
_36/2p I Two Jron, single beds' with I Inla Wlllaford R Leach spent Monday ..0 > .rsif Wlu... 1 MAItTIN COO 0 I 501 -
opri 111 botk 411 CaHtor- SlipCOVERS) Draperies, etc. ..e *. *. Holr t-..._ i'.t. II ivoHeT II. PP clitIl
FOR SALE: !Mainliner\ aluminum In Miami Springs with Mrs Mrs. Ralph Zarnlts' wu the l... .. .. tfturek .........
trailer. 22-ft.. bottle gas, eleetrie !!.__.. _FlIp Made to order Sallsf.dloaru.ranIHd. Leach'. aunt M.... Charles J. week-end guest of Sheriff and it;0' .. ... Pint ....!., ta Mck ....do, EVANS< CI1AaV. ,,seMs 0' noRI TON
.. 110
o/ f froR Phone 371-W ado CoBHMlM. 5. A. f. alst.
refrigerator awnings I ALE: Glider House after 1 30 all Haden of Atlanta, Mrs. A. O Andreu In Starke Shewas 0,0.r 55.4.,,. Isrelnu" ..-. Ihe. a, 0. ... ... hovEl TO [DIITo
weekdays _
: day
T er, 26, oil ., las, ..... ALt. AOl" ewe
'l nearly new, SI,150. Mrs. Shir cooking and 5.- -* accompanied home by her leszo Pme1. Musts. 'm: 1551AGAINI
Sat. Sun Dee. 2. 8, 16, 23 s.LtAL, A.b TISEMUITIN Itaples DC
Ii' If)', 4th and Broad Ocean h Ing. and Ice box. Doubleand CHILDREN cared for Elbert Walls .f Qultman. Oa. mother Mrs. Marion McGee, -- ALL SAINTS ? SAl' .nAT

,,,1 1 BrWie. Jensen, ShIp conch bed. Can be day, hour Ia visiting at the home of Mr. who has been Visiting. the ,An- Wrabu4AHmt couerjii; AND ta..deselLA. -.:.- v.0rhil A.ob
night Mrs. W. II. -
Hearring .d nsked
sos MARTIN NTY, Pt.oaiDA.
at Jack LktU place Palm and Mra, R H. Reddish at Tropical dreus. Isbn.Ii dwsds .hl I oj, a..
t't'L[;: Cabin Boat, 22 foot, 1. H.SOO. Or Vill sell 100'way e/o Mrs. W. H Munch Rt 1. Farms Walls Is the brother- .... 0 Holr.*. m lzceib5.,, *vrv I IesAi. mOOS INS TIUITAyI ..., h.. _I." .._- _
Ill beam, 45 hp Universal Ma- I Jensen Beach, Fla. Dee. 1 I ...... tomm .1 | *,* *a ShIed! op V dad." ., doe.aad Ia =
frontage\with Trail- in-law of Mrs Reddish. I II Earl Dyer Rlcou arrived Saturday ul nO ".1'. IIATSAWAN0tClt olS.osIo,5.oI. ,.Id&w

rlne motor, like new Electric Just over city line, North o( GITont.. CARDS that personal 0- from Richmond to "visit PIRST METHoDIST CHURCH Art", II. Clou... 0.7154 5.

I bilge pump and necessary ae- mart, for 12000. .Wrtt. R. touch-your Christmas I Mr. and Mrs. W A. Hardiman his parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl III Won li at. OC To lITITIOIt P01PINAL 51... 0.001 CasIo7.Cm'S:0Is., ,0 SI It Ia Cl ooiIS. lbIdo .

i 1 cexories. Priced for quick I. Schwan, lt( Wek W" St. cards addressed by hand, 2e and tons, William Jr.. and Win- I I.1 Rlcou. In Eldorado Heights -RFV. Ck.nk W. E WItS HOWtLL the ,CklM PulwTk. DOTHA 'V tAN.II. ANULLAaVAI1MINIIINAT .. ..1". .1,01 ........ ,.0

sale, Phone 300 or 301. Stuart Sew[ York City lt. I.U each. If sealed and mailed,, 3c! ord. of Aubundale were guests The Rlcous' daughter, Mri. JohnOunsolu. I 41 a. 0. So. 1'\\ !Ne.... No..111t ot Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roth at ,U,u *. m. ...u. Wookl. 111.4 uy fOul 5. AocllIsrt Ad- .... .. ..... of ,:
OR SALE:: 3 down elow: each plus postage L. F. Hack ., will leave for her C5 Twin Pwilo lih .II.Se0,00. CT '0. 5.5.1. olI'ur ::: .fa. .

I ,' lTT NO. I "IGIJ\VAY- J dow shades, like new.\Lsed ett room 3, New Dehon Bid,. their home In Tropical Farm home .In .Minneapolis Saturday ;! tE:.Pukll* W/.KI. l* M.K,> .. etI-d 8. )up t.ts. e.1ftl 'soedI'C dI.thitOOS 500* Ihi. 0lwsluroll_ "11" ", to, uriS.booesszlooou' of 101. ,oO

electric range Used tary Phone 254. Dee. 2, I, It last week Miss Sara Roth of *M slese. or 0.4 toe ttesI dl., ea 4 tOut us lbs 'ISO.' .
.I' )..00 ft on I' S. No. 1 hwy b| '5154 .. wets 5.0 slUdos .Os I' ll
West Palm Beach Was also illS d.c ol I I wIli loWly 5.5.0 SkIs It 41
1000 ft. South of Stuar Ironer-cheap. lied: BAadis a Mr. and Mrs E. C. Nau and .too seen, duOs' the. _I.. loll.
deep ALL TYPES OF ROAD .. ... I.lbs HozoesOC 0.' 11 lot., CousirJodel
4 west ef flake Sound. Fine but[ and Laundryall-cheap. Vlee CONSTRUCTION day.guest. of her parents for the son, Mike, left Tuesday for Coral ..........",. Ti51 .. .. Itw---\\ -..... ., Is s.d f ,.cus sic.,. Fe. SlOE; '.tASK...11I"-
50p.sz.I se Id tie SI.e
Gables ocu.
Arthur Dehon Dehon where Nail has Aft .,.
Bufld- accepteda ..
ness site Special price 'S43 i DRAGLINE AND BULLDOZER .e ..4.e 51 5eeibsth .d ts.d1.ebum tit>
-e- FIRST' pREsavraiAN
foot. Ask for booklet Broto.oltrate. Ing Stnart_ Ph.ne! II \f position with the P N. Halley Owml .. No..k llllMl CHURCH An am lIft ...IslsI.51U5.C7A. .
thsY '5.IIS
Mr. and evans o.
rOR: SALE: Weitmghouse Mrs Arthur R.hOU-j store .Mr R Anderson of Lake ilE' ?. A. CAilRIEt., '* "' .1 00. 1w ud P 5. Rurhiear. ..Allbc'hvSsel .5'.
ran|\ DISKING DONE born of Princeton, N. i, Worth will fill! Nau .. n. A....' &hooi.J.zIse.AduIs bocOsurA ... IWO.kxt.ALai .
l J. S. BLAIN with deep well, cooker largA LOT AND SI:B01 VISION position as Dvzlaetu. lIsted ae 5," 1 85.4dm. Ie JIb dee n. IMv s. 5
I returned to their Port manager of the, P L. Store K. A. .. ... '.( ZI.snbur.
Room (10 Olympia Bid ; electric I Cold drink .box 5 CLEARING. home for the winter .Monloco I., 5. 0.ATRI W1, STIIiMENIN

ilia III counter S I o II.I Reasonably VtUUNG CLAY ROCK SAND ,!here'n !! -..:.. Pflase, .._-Dmtessl.... A. .elfl AboIU.I etI. _tA.

priced. Mrs. Hubert Clements, \ SI11XL. It ...-W'.;;. ,. ;-sus WI"weed.0" 751* COON MSdI1 tMACSIN
walnut Console ISO,00. N.r A Cal SOTAT
I 'Dee. ZIOR V WELDING. COMMUNITY CHURCH =:; I.T.t.lI.t. 045155 3. I COCK,
Detroit Ave. Call Sailing it ."V. H. H. JONIU. iMMtoMwr
r Stnday afternoons lie SALt: Blooming red Bougalnvlllae S B. TILTON .JR, JENSEN ACIIOII 04. III" et th. A0 S Sekool. It4t .. ... ,,. P1.Mmils. DewS yki or ri C cvios
/ Papaya, Bananas, t EACH. PHONE 72-W. tf IEusee e $ P U P4 ....iooe. tilt .. .. '' beAt, DISCs. S 0! EXiCSal.
t::::: .ok.1i P4&&Iel -u ., 115' I0.1 I
: koce
: rori4LE--;: t- tot Tamarinds, African Tulips I SYC1TBEM TIN So es-r
KI\J 00.4 )I1 "a 0
AGENTS for Gould Pumps. All :: LVI.aulyb.dy IlL& UNION CONCICCATIONAL ----- us
electrie refrigerator. and j nre. Dwaff Polnciana I Pigmy I ct.: Film. CItE THI toll r IUOOI'I: C: IT OP 500 bOO ol 5 I.aII .
Dates. | 5 II Si. Immediate delivery ...eI l_ RCV MARTIN C Nn.'ATaIN 11.0*. Ihil I fiil r
First class conditionRw O. I. t Craig. 311 ..Iban.j '. WALLAIK KIKRM PartMr lOll 4.I.e
I Stua\ Hardware Co. Phone '" tal. A. tD cMi.to. tut. a. 0. 0tadu Sckm.; Our dlolelkeSks ke I Ios'.l
1 *, St Loris Blvdn old Dee. 2IIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II. .hM" ., ,,_ !.. Oo i:': 0I : Ii I .. m, M,nin WorehIlt.PamsYTESIAN *tt lD I. tlTATa last .u Doc 05 liii. 1541
airport 111M. first hou west ...................u.u..u. .u 10*. \ tfDONT Ie. Wlekofl._ Ohr... or I. IA. N.' blo *000C.sal CSYlb.
......ol h... A COMMUpHTT S e AOITHI r, te' I Jd z cli aU
of late mi-I.as 'rt'r oId !
Snug Harbor hip NOTICESiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiiiiiiii WtIT until it's too rlnir r. ........... CNIJPCHI NOTES 01 ILINII !T roa ts pc.e. ml 4aas.,
h. lA..eI..., Woo. Meud FINAL.' OCI4AGL orto MISISTSAT 5.4 for n 0 d
See.. V taJo.a. "' 1.
'I for
day automobile 4
HAVE too Olmi *0000 0
TOt; seen II.: C C O't. "
0111'pre. MatlMroaucal L
autkorltrrail L0a.
[1 polled twirling mower Sun Come,See InsuranceVthat you need nnder 'U. Mai* .b.. \CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE OCIITY or Au. w .ft rt MAY COSt< SItreel. was .. c da'' 5i I I51.nb0
Ananelal II. Son of <(. E:>.......| tra aru""f 'mOe 5.05 tOss ve
that hard pushing S lat' MRS. BRADMAN. the hew responsibility Asamm "a ., mi. .od TM Keel aSh a.. :011.4! 1.:: 510,51 nu Adodli' sloe 55 DIsIcY 1515ISAIILLI 5355ISICIIAEL
'1 far demonstration have In "Blithe Law. Theodore Dehon A It. TTP. m.*>ur. 47. Prate* II I ... ... MgnUmi wnkic.Mr lb. ,f J. C. AMlosy. duoudtlb&
Spirit5NOTICEI IS. 1Ioc..lloool 0... krxlfont o tx t fI 1.4 n P.0tla. I. .01
I t' mower to rent by thn ose or ..... Dehoik Bid,, Phone SL .ta ... OrUnial .aar*. Ollohin. Ib.5 I r sill eply. Its C. 15310
1 day Clean up that nt lot will not be retpon- tfTRUSSES. Ie. Build' M. f....nl... and Mrs. Oil ette Bartlettof $_. b.c L 0Iu.... t sle !--H
vj Bible for' any bill. contracted Ceotlese' u.S I.c luly ...... at ,u. V..lt.. PIoch'' I,
1 slid asahi your place ] .k bet- it "tLu ... Ilutse. ''N Sabbath Day potnt, N. Y are l0. lush do ,f OmOoc." A. 0. .0toe.pn
by my .wife Mary Jewell Tas I eUitla stocking, : 11 floWN : :
tr. Ralph timer M I' Co.I tula. Waino J. Tastula knee pads, ankVts etc. Stuart ,e. E :: bled 'n 'r:! :' : CnsisuslO I, Itar,5Si her for the winter, staying at .......... ., duOsIetrelol ftts.a..dIs. of .... I OIl GI't (OIIIIr, .. IIIoa
ar.UU : Grout 'hits. t Len. of 1. C A.' Sr. bnaOId.i.0 IN COUNTY J
I Nov 25, Dee.!.' Drug Corp. \ tf L Cno..04 retell the home of Mrs Vivian Taylor lOt :doe:ud Cesesbot.J. M""TIN UNIT. f&.OlllDA-

I! WE CAN supply yen vfi an the CHRISTMAS GIFT PROBLEMS r- :l, r j: rr .-f' ; r 'I- .7 Tr .11Io on West 3rd St. IN P1O5ATLIN .
i niniiiiiiMiiiiiuiiiiiiTrsmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiWANTED I C ANISONY 351 Ii.P.ITATR'
1; Rained SelfPrlmlnJttrrigationPumps SOLVED at the Kuhnke Photo t :. : -0- Ale 1.1.t.OIUurL.l 4I or I V PAkIPLowb.ea.

you need. IWpb thor Shop. Portraits, Cameras, for miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFyiiiiiiuiiiiiii ,a 'p7 >4 iveit. Mr. and Kin Harry Swingle- AsIbs Re. burn ......""

Motor Couipany y Aut.1211 all.. the family Authorized HELP, WANTED' : Woman with '7 I 0 I, 5161,5. tuwert hurst of Rio had u their OUoNYax Sly t. TI nebtIl110,51 a 0.55db-.. MOTEl ,0 cIWlTOi ti ,.

PAINt FIlE SALlf Outside.; View Master Dealer.1 child around .e" housework 7 i. ,. _.: ..... Thanksgiving guests Mr and MSv.*ii, I1_. Soc P..AdOIs1.UzIoW.ILPjII. TO BON AI.I.O HA 0 TIIIS VL': '_ AIlnTlr.t,1

White and Flat Iwbit., ,UI 1'O'nC&-W.' are always. Open afternoons. Apply Ruhn- "Lfli" '. : : I'.. "a..Io"" ....... Mra. B & Thayer and 6 Kor .ADVUTISLMSWFrovuv I,: ? mII: /
per ration/ "In .. lota. Col- ke iZ'- -
if tm MIDNIGHT for ,.a, con PhotoShop.Dee.l :iY/( ronakL i- "'' ::::: :
.rs and borch sid deck enam- J fill. o ) : ; ''
venience. Ton can get thai. t: J MAll0 COUNTY. ITATI OPPt loutS.. Ti
WANTED honseAteper :
eh from U-50 to/12/ .(I per gal late mack' at Rice's Rettau- ,, A! f7I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Wen ':::ioM..t: : ::-';::
lon. Kobe Sou/d Lumber Co. 25tt whe can do plain cookli N. : : : : : It t sIc4ltD ....... :::
rant Nov :
Phone WsL. / Apr.tttf washing L. 8. Knowfes. Phone ; s : "I- ( finger, Ernest r:. Lyons, W R. O110 i'OCNAsnD, A.nod i'-::.., ; LoobI.:

READ Florida's ,moot complete fJ-R. S7/2C s0rboO4 Mitchell: and K.: A. Wenninger, 00tK3 Ce' rti.io3 PETITION POOiSDl3ChAG I C LII: 'pnol'h. PI.5i .... ":1
FOR SALE II f I- : : \ooh OP ADOIlNIS.ol lb. Cite D.rIt-
i : .erea. acres In Itt-I-- Jr, represented The Stuart Newt
.. I newspaper "THE MIAMI HERALD" WANTED to rent or .leas. a imUl tJ" aa. :;:
1320x330 ft Ii'J.:7-S
: old.FretPious .
It.T sU the 70th
Early morning deli lIt 51 annual Florida PressAssociation HO If It MAT CONCERN! Eri
business' inch statloit -I- :t =r
hoas*. Land fronts as gas 7-- convention In Mt ta kmkr cl ta tkl I k. ssd .
ery. H P Donaldson:" Mi 774.Phone restaurant or What have yea.J 11..'.'.. \\mr fll rxurn* M A4ml l.l>*trt .Is Ike c.ssslV 11- II.
.n Indian River; located be. i''I Stuart Fla. FlIp fl. Crlo.. Dora> Saturday and Sunday Mr. C. B.UU l OH |TMWI4, /:; .
f k"f:=
Specs galern* and Cornea >. Van Vteen, Cen\ Del.. fiiIF a 1" ;' It. a_.. and Mra. Menninger visited .s44, this I tiled we pota. toe tIs.I =:', = .." .......

Owner.-H. t. Thompson. 5*- MIDNIGHT ls our closing time. !tsattFla. Doe. 1 '' 44 i! k oIarT ,...1001 heir daughter and son-in-law. dI'4.row s.d 5,50.this. i.I silO U.sI.teely. Ces5I.Is Ike :100' ..'._... 'Ioa of "
: _5erui Via, Oct 21..tfWENOW .1'...eat eat always tin MIDNIGHT get something atlUeI" .JIIUIIlllMliilliauiiiiliilimiillllllliiiiiROOMS ; ; i : -i == In Mr.St.and Mrs. J. C. McCrocklln, 3.51.4*5110. .1 4.Nsetlu ol D.o..b.e.(oslo,, A.FIOI4.0. .I m.5 L: .-. r.;.:....CO......
Petersburg before return
WANTEDIillllIliIlhflhulluIuIllihIllilIiilhIllllhllJIl tlesl vIII
; tcii.e.i&ui 0.4 een.SOI ol lb. osau oud foe ur lb. on
HAVE a supply *f WBs 0 .I tIoTHB 4.I
Restaurant! Nov tom log homo Monday afternoon. dilukeve s. IdalsIetsul. .1 Ohs 2.1.1* 5.11.0 ShIn, (
..a:..H4 Toomer Fertillxer *n -. 1M ikai1.p The others '1 (II. TMtk.M. doossoud, 4 Of.uaD"
baud. al t the gtaart reed Store SERVICES, WANTED: S, furnished rooms r S S ... 't .p .. 'ttoliar ternoon. returned Sunday at. ikta *ik if W *T PlDII\.Irl; UNI I!

Nov. 11-25. PM. t-0 with cooking facilities for 1 5. t- iO.Oenuudlde C- FLoated psurra t A.1ou5 :1.:.::= '
-- Cam Bee adults Dee. U to May-June, p ,1; ft. b. A. A41M5155MeIl *c Ik*
:; :
I'OR'tt Hot Blast. oil EDITHtd .. u: t'w. Harry Webb was the Thanksgiving t. *f u* TokaWM : .I001lb
: Fogti I7S te f 100 per month. Write i"F :: ...

......,. h 0 ats' I !. room "'With S Mt* Baa t-0, Stuart News. . _- ... 00 rJ''.''.... Mrs N dinner IX guest of Mr and OUOHTIRSON a Psauca 10:1:;,;;

Plwao Itt-XI. Je. J Dee. I Bat.2S Dee.J-' -....'- ,-1 : ;: leach. KilIo'In' Jensen Aesemy.me T. ?.Is Osuhuem., AdmNkMMeOs "( 1Z&

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[INVITED TO I with the lreat.eeto total, number of buslnessel chartered: '
FISHING I S3!. In January During the totaled 1,874, slightly above the; ;',' '
I INFLORIDA I corresponding period of 1941 the9o 1948 toftl.

ablblt 'of h a b d lU de I William *. Bird, national affairs 'IN THE FAMOUS Ferris Wheel[ t.'ooot_::=coot=:lOClO-==erg '

upu gift ha become one adviser of the U. a Cham-J oa
't feature ot the ber" of RTENS5. Incorporation of business Institution U O;
!* /early hat Issued an I St. Lucie Region ; K, WELLS '
"a county Home Demon- Invitation through Martin Whlel no! announcement ha 470 during the first eight
A council, made\ up, of I Ib. County Chamber of Commerce THf T'RUE SPoRTSMAN" A C"* PIAN (', NA11JftAl IIII0II"t"; corns from the United Nation months of 1948, another: markof : 1

women in the county to in businessmen in Martin 'I By ERNEST' LYONS of either the solution or progress the growth of the State, the ,217
,! in the home demonitraJJpam. I County to attend a national af- In securing settlement of the research and Industrial division .
The exhibit 1 II on fain Clunt closet, "the sluggers of duert of the Florida State Chamber of
I forum at the George WashIngton the average man to goodWill pressing problem of Russia, the
the wlhdow of theX + I I Commerce stated yesterday In
In Berlin
Hotel In Wet Mg J Power and light Com- Palm : I g by. Important and Ytxlng.queatlon. It* weekly business review,
Djdce and ha many, time- Beach at a:SO Tuesday night iigiin Saturday and Sunday Bluir was right Stuart has Ut vital to the cause of world peace, "N w businesses chartered 1"1+

cJtillolW.U "American businessmen must duwn.ll"l'Ound Part St'W1I1J and I the; fxodltnt "iret, yard Bshinfwhkh It appears evident from recent since Jan. 1, 1948 have maintained .
It part '' the begin to "* Walls Point. development that there I II a ) a monthly average of 283
display take active interest In I we uied to have right here lessening of tension the :
of the tract chairmen of Government," he declared, "Or After sttvcful julit Buys In. III/ town, Tko\ muddy Discharge at least some of the delegates
Mr Vera
rtriou club* they will take up one of these wliitll: fnlmijr. was nothing to brag fnnn Luke Okenhuhre hat driven Until recently they have all been to attend the $100-a-piste Jeffereon .
Mrs. C.
M. n
City days
!,(* palm with the iort of Govern the trHirnliead and completely and '-Jackson dinner and, pre .f"
properly occupied -
tilma. the mangrove
and Mrs. ment \ the
nee, they dorit want The bua-- glovesoff "">ptr away. from downtown with the duties of that Im- tumably, this 1 II the "snubblna'wblah
i MaCuIley I Salerno; Miss I inessmen of England through and. gave local all!gk( rs the tort I pltm-am) (ho portant office but within the has aroused the displeasure "
: DemontraVnt angler mint now
Home their t 11
Jnscoei 011'1apathy lost the free I I one -
(for Martin County, enterprise pit out an fffort; t to catch fish 1.1
system without a its) b fumed : \ Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt, Again, let* take 11 look at the .
arfflot la the Oughterson i struggle" That must not happen Mr, nod Mm Lester Keith : An anjW who comei here with- has found time to undertake a record. In the days Immediately .
phone 874. hereSPECIAL (nit a cat Is just plain out of Iud I the "
)Undid;: \tf'J) iturdoy m I ham" 'the linhlng stumlimlnt-un. Shortly after the convention no voice In America
-- throe Philadelphia n '
largest weight 35, 32 and ; t'
27 ]lw. Their "k.n he hiu thfl! mcmey to hire a convention Mrs Roosevelt was brayed louder or longer than i. ;
latch weighed gukit and charter bout, Best advice asked If she would take part In that of James Roosevelt; In protest /
210 !Uoe! Is for this of the Pe.rslden.tlal campaign, She .against the,nomination of ;! (
'' type: customer to
SALE TAll \ Sunday morning!! happy B yen : t,\ilo a bus ami to Jensen Beach replied that her Job a* UN delegate Harry Truman. Accompaniedby v ;
tool rod and reef and returned I where lie will pi find demanded her entire time blast\ of publicity he' endeavored ;
l ,With three! little uuxk Just I !god bridge and attention, She -did. how- to organize a maw
Wool l huh>v !*uto.ok.l llie largest weighed Wilng We don't have it any ever, manage to sandwich In a meeting to protest his nomination )
DIIITV, last-minute broadcast Oct 31, This meeting:, which was
:31 fl,.., Q
next! "up\ was /a 28-pounder The Piano Ensemble
end But 4f you d.1 have menus of two day before the election: in slanglly known as the Jimmy >ur ,
trailing was, II 21'ptHiritWPn '11'I1''Ujjft''""" tend 1 can get around behalf of President Truman and Joust, ended before It began and,
FLANNELACKETS / licr thus Pro ,k. And In, his l Fri etited'by
snot we Il\t3f> till pknty of gcMKl fishing following the election, has un desperation to find k
jiiKliTst.iml that Mrs. Beyer. I [HMulublii Small bouts dertaken to reveal one of the 'candidate who could ",ln" he
avail /
night tho 21'pmiiuler iible are ''hard-and-fast rule of the U. 8. went up to the last-ditch extreme Fort PuercoConcert Assn._'
[ Admittedly at reasonable! fates at Port; Senate In that august body of supporting the candidacy -
the' St.
) Y 'ts now sitedl'Mmir-but Luck River Srw ll) Far Inlet 1 fi-Jiing. My friend, committee chairmanship are of Senator Pepper a candidacy Tuesday, tlie. 7, at 8l30 P. M,
figuratively!( Joe acct, tells( me that bottomfikhing assigned on the basis of seniority which died a-borntng, w
tors +) i iI Healing 111 bole tliowdcr! Quitemirtilxr has Ix-en consistently! good regardless of ability or fitness lasting lest than 48 hours 1 y yo
.1 of large tarpon are for .croukeri sherpshesd, spots the only requirement being Brother Elliott added his dulcet
KatrtTbd' 1 III with the |nmlx snookMr. and an occasional! '..!,"nnel boss, that the chairman, shall have tone to James' demand for the
.. I tarry Sw ingl<.hunt of Rid Ualldii Amk-rson tells me that lie seniority and be a member of Truman scalp This Is Tol First of a Series of .o : ':
.. We have had, and still
\ IN olwrvrd Sunday' fastened onto waded the majority party, Mn Roose- always
,iAqu I .i 7ft. silver ting which into mime criuWjiuk bream velt objects to this rule being have, a personal liking for II F'ou C, ert Attractions
pufu and
testis ,
f fishing on the l pixahat followed In the case of Southern Eleanor Roosevelt, knowing her "
( II i faiicv. iHiniljitig, act More thee Saturday Senators who have "voted with to be a woman of great ability llooke For 7* Winter Season 1 1'I eU
sheeting/ free.'I'I Back from Otald Vuti.mil for. the Republicans" and specifically and honest belief In the views
I big/ ninth. are (wing caught eat Saturday, Curl Tillinnn and Object to Senator Rankin with which we have so frequent-
e .rK' in IM! teasing (from 6 to 9. Johnny" Mann Milled to the of Mississippi on the grounds disagreed, but we are stronglyof "
old e \It':, that the ...,linn earn down, I lire hesese with [ up that he ts a reactionary and the opinion that her boundless 0
Light Blue and ''' a jets nill'n. O eeefeebly SViedule
I II J".v rrr itrikiiig an overdyed( f to South Carolina Olin John energy and unquestioned Membership ,
ami the head
Unto-( the sort thai used' in the ston because he la guilty of having capabilities might well be devoted ', ,
_$7.9 V es |\iuflh for mmlws are ut I unollici t rtpused in the trunk snubbed" President Truman to discharging tthe duties single Adult (yansferable) eacD $1000' ;
of tilthm. ample lIu..tl1tklll, to of delegate to the United Nations -
Sale P $5.95An limes hit the ocean (teach! at the fact tluit we shut a deer Well as the late Al Smith used a position for which she Family ((2 or ?ore. non-transferabfl each 760

Ia Gift Jtn J ( 'n fn inM-w, ('('k ,and were still apiece" as Johnny put iL to say. "let's' take a look at the U well well qualified and, Inciden- n Students (unor 18)) eachftfltmberships .... ....... ._ 350
{ | ,
ueg!{ strong when this was writ record." In the matter of seeIng tally paid.

Afor' tin A trip over showed one ang_ GET THE INQUIRIES and voting, eye-to-eye with O o F FI
Sho a ktr with 15 and a mm and! wife; WHILE THEY'RE HOT Republicans, the offending )a t ) :t):
with 25. Few were fishing, The Chamber of Commerce Is Southern Senator have had at {
Tlir, blues are teilig taken. on receiving In increasing number least one notable example. During I Available At Door ,; "
of inquiries.about the community the purge campaign against i11iONLY '!
$ Choice ml hunlur and Hit mullet In the Ii of School Auditorium
t !Rtuart as the season approaches. Senator George of Georgia and 19 I
0 0
dose shore
Vitight' UHHig
At Intervals these Inquiries are others who Opposed the Supreme
aep So believe it or pert, there Is sent to ,member on mimeographed Court measure, President Roosevelt ,, 0 Corn'g: Jan 1? -- Ellen Fault, Soprano, =d ::f.
ante fishing going on in tins!. sheets But original let- In a nationwide broadcast P f.t'
iiiniHl fading. otnht despite. the ten and cards are Immediately stated "I have on several occasion Mafcella DeCray, harpist l| i, .I;
Shopping Days
liinrnt I of slilrnt available at the office on a voted for a Republican
JVi' Aloe Blair of special ,
ent S re Iht' CJumlxr; of Commrrrfl, who desk for study by person believing him to be the better I Commns Feb. IS-Frank Edwinn, Talented Baritone, || !f' '

Ink) ,the dimlurs Monday light! wishing to fill tourist requestsfor Democrat of President the two Till Christmas Comi : March 21-Iva Kltchell. Dance Humorist, U s
housing or other servicesThe Following ti. o '
Phone 320 that: the greatest bane of the Stu- )til"i''I'
R Chamber urges that full use rights recommendations, p Satirist; DBILAX .
nt reelect opMiit to that he cunt be made of this! service. Senator Olin Johnston declined
)1 ).)i >>I ) )j 0=0 Oa O'ODO oCaO

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Electrical Appliances 'd Jl itlittM'di

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Make the Perfect /

i Christmas v i i i iF :

Gift 'Couldn'tJplp trying out this i STUART JEWELERS '

new va Km ... Smooth .
Oops! Shed D'c:1 .-
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for,..* me If '1 hi l
to keep the wholeroken'thi
beautiful ._. I 1':
s.e.tt. '
ew oaster. It flip ho.0e epic and span. No I .

it up in the toaster a dusty sweeping. This

beautifully brown ucky woman' freed from Bil

Mmm. Hop I ret one, RCA Radios room drudgery It cam i !S' '

-., from Hall's, of course A small deposit will hol : 3 3T

Zenith Radios a any item in our store I.!

'-'J w il Christmas. r 1 '

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15 : Christmas ListSuggestions
and Kafrigeratj
i, i ia I' Waltham, Cort, I ;.

Dlkftshers Wittnauer Lpnginet' '
% Hotpoint and Empire Watches Watches
Diamond Crones

Hoover a sl ,, ..... !:is t:' Chains .
;-4' M Cocktail Set
l I'm the little New Year' t tMen's
ti'J'D Frjze Freeze Tick-lock and never a iij i It Locketa.
i ilir out the iron eep "
you'll i Ring
thing to wind.$ ,An electric Ii 1
wing all through 194? and i Ladies' Rings
'ter atio'ghousC' clock that keeps perfect 1. Billfold ?
many years to come I EX COMPACT t tt
time will be enjoyed by i '
every Cigar Lighter*
I kutby it smart enough to Refrjfferators and Ranges member of the family foryear i.fi I a Silver and Gold Clack Tray .

pick it out at Hall' beforrethey're The Ideal Gift Dishes
and and Vegetable
year. year
all goner. jr YoungstownSinks I ,' v .. ) Vanity Case ?: I

and Cabinets ----a Make Our Store Your Cigarette' Case
a 'I.' Gift Headquarter Watch Band i'

Iron:ite Ironers Baby Jewelry I I
11'; Musical Powdtr Boxes
4 Heaters 1 O I 'I.Ron.on' Lighter Table Cigarette Boxes (
'Coleman ,
I Ladles' and Men Let U. Help To Make This The

j i1. All Style". HappieetChristmae You Ever Had
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say It' pick 'of the roast turkey,
enough to> a
Pack t< going to matte ELECTRIC SERVICE small enough to tuck away '

e M hi lady mllhty appy, conveniently. You can prepare STUART JEWELERS : ,.

hen U complete with- Post Office Arcade an entire meal on thi
U modem electric nier. I
modern electric roaster -
teen the Eskimos have 'em, Phone 13 and I hop. I'm 'Invited. I '" 269 Osceola Ave.t Arthur Dehon Bldg Stuart, Fla. .

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Kudolpli *Krueger, Billy llardwuk: David <,;alien ami lWlaTj
TIGERS STARTBASKETBALL bONKEY BASEBALL TIGERS BEATEN INDIAN HIVE$4.dI.CONFUENCEtil..l Football' Team Has The. four graduating lettermen include\ Jinemen Bruce ><
Tiger gss
CAME SLATED HERE ... W I. PM. TP or tty *
1.1 r....,........ .. .1 1 I 1 t.I.s.isI 111 II II II Moore Smith and bocks, Herbert( :Kraft and Codd.

Donkey box bull will I* offer- IN GRID ITVART c/o...... .C.. ...1 1 R .,111... 11 If II U Better Than YearBy The 19 W lettcrpien! will be announced at the ttuml( ,
1 FINALE Average f for the team later this month *
11 Club
I N' r t Uirrk. .I 4 SO* SI I 11 l banquet Golden In, I tfcJ:1'
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4pAGL *d Stuart sports random for thefirst .tlt.nui. :.I .*It 11 lii la planning tot greater participation in the game and tnnnr11'provided '
I time in a numlx'r of VeuM LAST WLLK'I, = 'a1SuLT. the want ft in 1949. < .*
1" -- toys
DRILLS MONDAY when' the oc- u, Tit....... ..
J.tIII Stuart Suit
f Melbourne Take. 24X1 Decision .
I .P.m. O.M I. C" t. ED MENNINCER, Jr.
Boaters play tttiolher Stwart town 11. STUART 1. iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiii. r.11111111 III""iiMHJjj--
Y Stymie. Stuart Oko.. 11. P_ .. Ia.1 a f. A bettor than average season in an appropriate summary fur ii ,
the East 5th ., .
team on !St fli Id o. 111 Cl..4t. _
N S..e
,Offensive Coach C. Cokica'l! first all effort Martin i High School "BECKER'S"
23 Report to Coach McCoy Manager Jolm N. Manrt nunouiif t"-Iwgw '-" .tiLOInIV4117rP John ap County
CLIO : Work for Dec ed The and c whenfootball. came to mi end"After 10 games on Thanksgiving Eve
to 10 'I:51t'ro..y. donkeys
ATV' 1'i'W".1 I '' Opener equipment] will be furnished !bycAmUJlt'Tl1Cllt Maatui l County High School w. 'P.I. .S..9... 1 I I .*:.:* TP SfI OP i The finale was II taut one Q Melbourne' Bulldogs banded""out 24-0() I' 3 Mile North of Stuart on U. S. I
\.1 't\11\' 1 vvutind tip football and put It in to. W.tk ...1 1 .eel CI n beating. to the Tigers while the borne faithful waited In vain for a t
'I' -- -- Enleqri'(ii Inc, ofKJIIWU k........ _...... .
span''r' :. C( ),,1i. ; ,Four lettermen headed a contingent l.: City and p proceeds!> will IH- mothballs for another season. lost Pat UaifenhU. 1 ITUAT 1 I 1S IsI' tlI II II Stuart score but the ovtr-all season taw little to,excuse or be tarry | DELICIOUS FROZEN CUST
,. Ras
/':. I \ Wednesday night after Melbourne Var. Bwd .1 i all S< : about, I
''J", : I at 23 candidate* to greetCoach divided niully .between it and .- .:1 I -lil 41 I Doc Hamburger S. wiely +
Palm .Ji ;: .'ipGfactfl : Joseph A McCoy for the the Stuart teams. Mid M.l1l1'to! ung down itS own and the Tigerscuriumh .Pal Sip's. ..1 'I 1 .lit U III The Tigerf playing at a winning rate, taking five decision losing, ld Drink a Coffee w r MU i
With!!: ,y I Mart of basketball practice at it sport tlimnrnri for the} on 1948 gridiron play by LAST W,iiic:1 HCSULT*, four and scoring an unset.. tie. They flayed In $he Indian River Conference Lkel
f Martin bounty High School Killing! to a 24-0() decision here. 'kI..I."n 14, STUART la of Cocoa and Stop and Refresh YourselOn
until the Lint when the
J Jr bog Junior Chamlwi of Oonurarco: 'W. Watk II r..t a.nd.e.l. 4. flag race game power
Ih Monday be\ held afternoon each school-day Practiceswill The game will, ) lie plivcxl. lit Hie Indian liver Conference "I....THIS.. y."''UII... B-:', GAIIU Melbourne both tacllod withiq /ix period comhined to shove : -Your Way To J.nen BXch

afternoon\ thin Week and next u night, NI.IIHI !itlltqd. "ilU niles for timiu defeat; dropped:!: Stuart to a 'wk.I--In.W""'th .. W..t ral. Minh Stuart to tlvird-place! finish in'the IRd Outside Mellxmrne'' all Open 11 A. M. Till MidJjhtNT
'11" ; ', the Tigers prep for their opener: regular\ J nuscliall; prevailing except, beat[. rcstnuT hi third place .In theItyc .. of the three teams who whipped tin Tiger experienced excellent! I 111111111111111111 IIIIIIIl1111111i111I11IllIi111111IHPIfhl
; : Ti : \ :., \' here with Delray Beach Dec. 10 tiHt, OH pluycr .is ;,', ,; : : )t'' "p Returning\ lettermen who seal fatchcf will be on) niimnU In wniiid IK games behind e amp- VETS' RETURN strong within the conference t I though its four non-It-ague reversals
,,r started Monday Include guards kilt O(.'(W which finished. a loft record.
;f.',' Admission is, iimtetcimhitd, it mat per !if t with a 5-5 F
John Oadd and BUI Leach and GET
11 Let niiiii-ijjnM!: ) season the sameulglit
: Mid of of the
$ The records the 10
\ :4.1 : season opponents' Tigers
forwards Lam a r Howard and
;: I
I the
!: Tlgenr in 10 game FORT PIERCE W TP 01'
L "r T l\-t.
J Vernon Buck
dr;: man center Flowt'rs.'Letter-I'reI I DODGERS: BLANKED won the.. lust four and played? Cows .__ ..,,.._,_.___.____?,__.9 ,,0 0. 1.000 Q0S 70
3tI I"illt J .' j -ti-.;,i f turn for his final gtaion with I U-12 tie with' Dclray Beach here Fort Pierce _''''_'' r __ __.6 1 I d ;.889 206( 48
I ,' I .,j' i the Tigers 'will be delayed until The Stuart Dodgeit' three- tkt.2th CAME CANCELED Pompano .._..,'__""-t._'_'__' '_ ..-.1 t.I.1 : /1(10/( 188 84.D..Iray I Open *M. M.
late January by an Injury he game winning streak! canto to "Millniurnc' exhibited a much : *
I .f\\ end '' I rt Beacb'__-._,_._.: _II 2 2 ::700 200 116
{ the an abrupt when take park
received In football game Irj traveled .afternoon sttaatgtlofknsivo, then exportedIn B'C-Ucwidtnn ........_.. _.. ,,,_'$ 4 0'I' 1.550) 185 8J!
: ? Sunday
A,5 I
\ .: ,, : ;(4' ; a Cocoa slight Nov concussion 19 Beatty and suffered re-ln- W blank the home club 7-0 in resiling, the! :.500 mark lee ft* Have Open Date This Week Melbourne ....."....__...."'..__. ,S 5 0 ; :SCIO 1M' 124 Til M NIGHT
It 11 'il y the 10-g-tnw Jk nson. The green- IuBiilldiigt < Kiuimmee ,_ _... ..3:1$ .
i'I ; jury of an old left tool bone ailment prolonged Negro baseball Win 24- B-Okeechoboe M.: .3 ,,6 0 : U1 200
l 1 which has necessitated a season. Thrice beaten by the ftmu&hect over touch 13 Saturday B-lIoynIClQ Beach _.._--*-.-,1 t..2 0 ':;.'1S.1 37 82 GOOD FOOD % g CLEAN ROOMS
I.1 1 ''it .I cast and McCoy.said! he will be Dodger this year Lake Park(, down 'minus the extra point iqevery B-Titulvilio ------ ,',-'-"rr..2 ,! tI 0:1: .200: 92 St36
_ iiJ forced to abstain from playing I stopped Stuart Iu:5: single quartet while the An tunexpecte open date BL4Bcllo"T......._..._, r-O ". O.''.r'.r'k' ', 0 92
I ,
, f, 'I I'J 1 : at all until, atfer Christmas and In handing I them loss. Tigris never got an' offensive faced the Stuart Veteran toot .... ..;...\ .., .,,:
t "' k probably will see no action until I -'-- --- going; and refused\ to capitalize! on ball team this week end when a .34t: ''57 jilt 1137
: NI" I about mid-season Matheson mho now Is attending ttt few, breuk totsed their way return date with the Fort Pierce ,4f" ._. '.
11,f r This temporary loss of the I a military school In Virginia.8terting After the opening kickoff by Stu-. Red Raider was canceled off!- A-ti..dhyStuart) \ "I y""t" "t, ;, ,y ;i>i ', THE SiA HORSETA
\ : Tigers' leading scorer last winter i,I i with the Delray fray Kit' and all exchange of Mel. daily Tuesday morning RaIder (B-healen by Stuart) I'' ,"n,;"" l ,,, 'I"
i'Il :left McCoy with the tough lob1 14 games" now are on the Tiger \ started from punt Director 'Thomas Gore an-' (C- 'gamt1 kit<) "' .' 1101"t' \"gIn ".
its 3f .
'. ,. I I. )) of finding capable I replacement i J card and It Is 1 hoped four 'more own nounced the Cancellation after .' : "h" ',l' '
r, I I !' \ ,>;1 although he said three or four I I.I can be added Including two with on 11. touchdown march climaxed a meeting' of his team Monday' i i we'I'e /r { i \
column the : '
fiJI"I.M candidate likely to meet. after eight pliyS Stuart Las \ thOICOI'lng/ Tiger ', \ f appear Belle Qlade Hope for a pair/ r by night when It wa* found that a
1 'I : ,y" this need Two lettermen lost I with Vero Beach died this week fitters, plunge! over center from full Red Raider team could not by 2 points, Stuart scored 143 points,, their I ,Gigs< 143 Ten .
I .. ; ; ,: to the tram this" year are forward -I i after breakdown of negotiations I the Stu.irt 2. Gerry Floe 1i.sodIfln be fielded for the game here Tigers had a port in the Stuart III.'OI'ing.as' follow*,.,, ;:;;, ; r

I,. ,, ,,x.:'1. I I'I '';,,. 1 .". graduated Arthur Pete and guard Henry Frank whowar I with school the Gulf, It was Stream announced.Conference ,I I im nt first efforts of .four/ micoessive place Pierce Saturday there Stuart Nov t defeated. Fort Tucker _____,_,:__", 31 IluwardL'.4> ,._, U Fiche Aen Air Specialty I

__ ', ____ _, I The Vet uttered their Could _. ... '-. 2.1 I.evemr'- 12
: :f'.f i -.I. I I HIP !wtxtiid. ., Bulldog TD came, successive loss and sixth In third RY' Kraft ...::-: :::..... :: :- 18 M'vcl :::::;;:.12 Service \t You

'I ', t ,)! fwilli uplwlve suddenness when en start this fall when Klsslm- Bowdon ,. ,_ .__ ,,12 ('Ain" Jlly ....-.__-'. d
I, q l 'I FOR THE BEST. i| J f..nsi s hoiwi\ broke. around left mee'a' Golden Brahman traveled Pkiwcr .. .. 12 Well ...._' -....--,'.--. 1
; : ,! i IN I end, .f .111:1:I dashed 55' yards early InIn here Saturday night to take .One, dipartintnt was a particular weakness with tine/ Tigers, that, ; We Spccjflize in Rod an\Reel RepairingWo
; 'I ) t v'com) "pi riod A Tiger fumble a decision The contest
,.1 TACKLE and SERVICE :I L.IM: Mtllxmme! the ball on the c I lottd the Florida Semi-Pro of extra point making. Only five of 23 sorts opportunities! were realized -:I

; SEE 4Stuark : l Ii,'I l ...'l' mm..ge play of the second league season for both club and two of the 18! misses cod a decision in the IXlray Beach W Only NATIONALtVtADVERTISED
i ''I lull, and later Lfssitterf'pi'Vil with Klsslmmee holding third tie battle here (M. 29. John Cadd made three of tlio. five and..
l" j' / laye
yams place and Stuart tied for sixth Herbert Tuclcr and ltcwoud %'Idl'made tl IIQ other,
: 25 OF TACAE.
l ( to/ Dan Obrow. Marr, Tyner and Don Kryner I

.\' .: Tackle/ sky i ha touchdown started. finally the half scored to for Klssimmee In the first Tho return cf 10 lettermen-end i : half a dozen; )111m,,,..) winncrs
) Dullclogs pile 18-0 halftime
J : Shop : a 75-yard drive up an HARRY
11i U made may at (lie lIIIa.on' start lust and if I SWING RSTy
'1' ; r i !14k' In lbs third stanZA and after lead that proved too much for prospect September anything
I'll the Vet who revived k..)k better for next : Six! uf the kttcmic-i wilt
p I Arthur, Dehon BdPhone! 39 Stuart Fla., ,nitn play Hugh McCormick with I a they wa year / Owner
1 'I I *}t ; .'I ttfrnnft III'oUII4) left end and raced bang In the second half A 18- be returning fur still another seams,, Including Lamar Howard. Wall
It : lit vanls untoucluxl for Mel- yard pass play from Kerney toPer Paul Mlspd. Tucker Lloyd )?et(/ Mail W.r a.em. Ana *mt Sunrt Hl&, >q AU
/1MeIlw5lnm'; r.y accounted tor another the numeralmenreturn, They Include Rkliard and (Booth Brooks.!
fniirlh l.illv f>arlu ?In, flu...- Brahma touchdown In the third __ .
I I'J '
:: Ii IiJ I lust tpuirtcrI ( period, but all extra point, et- fa r f w. : '(" wit I't
i I Samuel tffwtively in both forts failed i lt
." J FRIENDLWJAVERNACROIB inuim I und air attack the Tiger ThenStuart. truck back A
'.;I\\ ,I ,t'' iv,,"vcr' got ricyond tlie. Melbourne wild pas from center from the arYn't Jt't ar/r A .-* /

QUDWEIS R o RAUGHT i 15 i! wr'Ib they nd'lleI.Ilnte In the quarter Klsslmmee wag 10 early cuddled In the by final end .4

: \ + filS'jlriful{ only to have t pas Ransom TUton in the end ion
., t FR rF 011 --y "ft,*( Wj I" < d mi\ tiM Melbourne for the first Stuart TO and a
I I. :iiivl fitunw !
.t :j f bore ties( half a '44-yard Tiger: drive 'passed It yard to Jack Hartman -
f ;' 11; J F/OM POST OFICEAjAA I fixrltxl) on a fumble on the, Mellom'l'l who raced 45 more for the The & Shop

,, II.f 11 i I} | ED COYLi ; (! 19 and downs cut shortj'tli'rd a Shipes second to tally TUton Another netted pas the extra from e
I, l minor threat on the Mel-
f .. ''I .1.1I ..i, Ixiiirur 23 shortly ,before compleit point placement after after Shlpe the tint attempted touch-

1 l F I .1 [iluuuuuuunluuuunl mutuuiuinluwuuulnmml IlIIlIillllllllllll,it of) the Ihlid .. ... '
a S I t-S4 Ight Three other, time theVets
I, auw .. .+ ..
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ILL FREE llft.r-T; .Mb;, W: Hr ... ..... ."...... JI 8....'*.... .." be turned back while three ,f
,i larLkarr.I I t jfcm.n. '
Stuart fumble set Kissim-
.1 Doing; Business A* II up
5 ,
I I'v.t< ill n.ii Tt mee touchdown that d
> utlf, ;, I Equipment Sales and Service o. I r..:., nt..e'.d II II'a Overpowering ,' p 1
it rr mhl>a lvtc4 I I Score A
by quarter:
I Mu lure "Wher. and When You Want It"i 5 I'"tie'",.,....elms I"..'....... be II'I n I Klsslmmee .' 12, 8 0-24
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\ Js WE MANUFACTURE Y esm.I.'ournd; ; 111 I: /n l *: t. R. Lowery. Jr. ;

t'' : ie Freq Sprinkle Portable Irrigation Systems :: KlokMf."+. yd., AkY.f/';: '. .T t 111 a E. F. JohnwlCk, Jack L. Colemanand &&s o
:, Yd.' 11..1"0...... TI ItS A. M. Shrlgley.BROWNIES. 'T
i .11 1 otn.Ite r4 1'.__ a. tubs Sna.bt..... Yd.. tat. pn.a4., I II
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,r 1i..e.'e.te! (!<< ij: (titt.: E( tC!( tC tCttCtg! Scouts The,Brownie under leadership Troop of of Mrs Olrl

I It n Arthur Dalton met Tuesday afernoon -

;, ,:; ri .z:1 l'inHi ? Sonless Good to Good Sport i the Louise teach Presbyterian Dearston with songs 26 to ha girl Church the* volunteeredto troop.present Mile The at 1 i 'I ',.

new assistant leader Mr. David
8.I Durant wa* greeted with the
: .Hi SHOP EARLY a Hello" song Under the direction "
'I'' I ot Mrs Mallon assistant
S leader the Brownie did their

) BICYCLES girls hell passed work for the Christmas test of the Three Olrl Ftp'

f3R I Scout Brownie promise. I

R i RoBfa t Roadmaster chwinn '

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Q 3 wind" j'l' make 'em shopping .;; r
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'Ii.1 $6.95 U 14.95 $2.95 Jr. and X3.95 iff 1 N > fi

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ON CARRIERs carrier US3 Boxer which participated In Jensen Beach Miss Emmie Lou Field who Salerno News Joe Jesse and,George Quigley CHURCHES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST : Ia .toon nor ""h: -tr iwatwW"
airman tJSN I
.eeit Rudd,, to the Pacific Fleet exercises has spent the summer In Flour- Ihl... 0.d/e/ C. onath.j,
r..uoa eway ,,
1 attended the of 25 "GO!) \T8I ONLY CABS: AND aRit-
jl Mr Mid Mm 8. C. Rudd held off the West, Coast town, Pa., ,returned to her home. By Mrs O D. QUIGLEY people at the party home of Mr.young and ATOK .li tlii ikjMt .f Uu Ifnatt- us ao,4N ballot rr.rm, .
Jtl"1nI aboard, the aircraft No. 121.We CIRCLE OOlDSTHANKSGIVING In Rio 8t Lucie Saturday. I Mrs Dan Shaw of Hobe Sound ....,.. vktok. will M road 'In CkurobMof 6414 .Vernon et'a ,.....,.. of "Whirs'"hot. '
Mr,and Mrs D. drawn W fleet!Ml.d' Rod r.111a.tnp
Mr.and Mrs.H.W. Munch hadas J Stevenson, Saturday Ckrbl SolmtUt. Uirou hoo the World / the.. b -
Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O R Thompson *M Sunday. |)M. I. 1.101140. whi.11'' "t1_
Mr and Mrs.O.D. Quigley and ... ,. 147.-
., .
Mrs Donald Gideon and daughter crossed ,the reopened Kobe f Tk G. Tea II'' Tli '.Ith tk.Urd :-II'
Moved Our Sound Mrs W. J.Garner of South Bend, that omtod the .hMnra Ocd himHt '
Have to New bridge Sunday to visit on
Gayle .
Ind., were business callers In that him"od th oo.'h Sad ..d. It.
307 E. Fourth Street Mrs J. M. Kline of Deerfleld the Island. West Palm Beach Friday, l h.. y.ln.k.tk' MUbU.h.d h. (.,....! it II,to h.1M Seated......blted It Hot, I
storel Beach last week ;Mr and Mrs C. L. Mooneyand .. NOT
spent end hereas urn tin Lad d thw.Ull 'a news .I"- eti
Mr. F De-
and Mrs Willie
NEW and USED MEET NOV 24By guest of her and Mrs. Mary Chander attended < .k la,UI),
FURNITURE son daughter -
Loach and children and Mr*. Amon. .ho ekpane. .hlh ....._
B. MINSCHKE -in-law, Mr, and Mrs. !()eKllnl. the Thanksgiving dinner giv- Oren Folsom of Olennvllle, Oa. the the 1.0.bible..,............aa. 10 the f.lI.trI.. from
thy work
en by 81 Josephs Catholic -purr 'Auto
CHARLOTTE HEWER Spent Thanksgiving weekend thy _. ..ot.. sad ter Wry. unto 1"'tr
_. Church at
the Center In ...
Civil .
':,, Mr, and Mrs Gerald r. Snipes here: and In Stuart with rela- .hU. And lot the M.uty of tho
The Womena Aid Circle of'Jenwn Stuart Thursday. : Lor4 our rest 1M up" a.ra.lrns( ,
I as their guests Sunday Miss .
tives and friends. Willie was a 00'14 It h. I)
INNERSPRING MA TRESS Community Church held its Joyce !Reeser, Miss Tony Zench Mr and Mrs Lester Kenney resident of Salerno 20 years ago. Th., Lnx.il.e.e.on also 1..I.d. 'the
\ 'r''" 'If". monthly meeting No. 24 In the and Bill Rymer of Vero Beach.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. William Kingof Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Folsom and fete" ... ...puwn._.., BOo tsar,. ..th.and CI>.I H-.ltk,"...
'' and church. Mrs Jessie Horst, pres- and Mrs John Edwardsof Gulden Gate called on Mrs daughter. Syble, of Loxahatchee with. Key to the Srrlirtum. ." kr Mary
ON SPRI ident, presided Miami spent Sunday with Mr W. W. Brown Sunday called on Mr and Mrs. Fred H.t", Eddy: Unulr, RA will, .. trgik.'Hlolni '. ,
Due to the growth of the Sunday and Mrs W. C. Johnson. Mrs Olsen of Riviera: ''caUedo Pedersen Saturday evening
4 on 6 legs School plans for an addition Mrs Avon Emerson Mrs }. W. JI Mrs Mary Chandler ,last Mr. and Mrs Eddie Smith of here with Mrs. Smith parents, A G APE f filc44e'hA
I to the church"were discussed Johnson and Mrs Allen Kendall week.
Daytona spent Thanksgiving
$6$.60 Value $J H50 After the business session a program and daughter Maureen, spent Mr. and Mrs Tony' Whitman Mr.. and Mrs.C C. JacobsYou -- -
> arranged by Mrs Best Tuesday In Went Palm Beach. and Win, David and family of i tit.t!( ( tt(
INS OR DOUBLE S1Z and her committee, was given I Pvt. Jerry McElfresh who has Webster spent Thanksgiving I
f Thanksgiving was the theme. spent a month leave here with herewith Whitmans. sister, Mrs Can Be SureIILUANATIONM.MKCROUWARD
Ft.fierce Sleep fhop The program: "Spirit of ThanklI I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. t.. D. .Ella ;Prescott r I I }
giving" Mrs Oarr ," Bib i 1 Ie McElfresh, left; Thursday for Mr. and."Mrs. George.Osborn, ONLY19 I To CatNDWCHES
Fort Pierce, FWtt 120 N..2nd SiPhone 710 References on Thanksgiving" Camp Kilmer, N J. He expectsto Jr., are now living in their home'
I'Mrs. carter. Mrs. McElfresh, I be transferred, to Germany. near Mrs W W Brown or DINN
!- Mr. Bright Mrs. To bin i and i shortly Mrs Arlo' Carson and children AtRice's
Mrs, Ainsley. Mrs. Gertrude of Naples spent last week herewith I I ITill
Hines. two solos, accompaniedby MASS SCHEDULE SET her parents, Mr: and Mrs.. Shopping Days i
Mrs.Carolyn Madtls "Friendship W. M Man- au
Our chin Shop Road"..-Mrs. Frye: 'Its, a : December starts the winter Mr. and Mrs W. L. Merrltt mOtored -
Mighty Good World Mrs schedule for Masses at 1st. Jo to Daytona Beach Sundayto Christmas
Horst, "Masterpieces." Mre. Bur- sephs Catholic Church. Beginning visit' Mr and Mrs S. E Low- ill. .,;, 'Till night
i it Fully Equip d to han/le,any type of nette "BuildIng a Church," Mrs. Dec. '5 Masses will be ery who lived near them a few t tttt ,yr

I Metal Work B Machinery Sand ford, A luncheon dessert held at_ S a.m. Jam. and 11...m. year. ago. .._ ._ ".". .. ... ." t... -(. tC. .. -"(." y
ng your farm I was served 'by-an commltteee
Repairs,to Us. e havaa skilled operator I composed of Mrs. Horst, Mrs ::[ 'I
Bryson, Mrs. Vaught Mrs.
in charge it's rnfde of metal and Welch. The next meeting will be 1. I
needs Machine ork, |be Us. Dee. 22.Hendry'. s Cottages have registered /; :

the following guests for
the season: Mr and Mrs John
Cowkowalchuk, New London :
STUMTMAiyNE SERVICE Inc. I Conn.: Mr, and Mrs O'W, Pray I ,
Valcour N. Y; Mr, and Mrs. 1/1I'j\I'j
Fred Schrenk, Rochester ; .. 1
Pholfe 33 Mr. and Mrs J.C Naylor,nrook-I "
lyn: Mr. and Mrs : 1
Pushvllle Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs i. ;,
I Robert, LaVlne Verona Beach,. ) :
N Y.. and Mr and Mrs. Charles I, j
r Sniper and Mrs. Barbara Sniper "If
YOU ARE of Pulaski, N Y. l
Mrs T. R Helller Mrs Lewis
BUILDINGEMODELING Gamble and Mrs. A. A. Hendry '
Jr.. were high score winner at f
:bridge Tuesday afternoon, when 1
f ',
Mrs. R. S. Robertson entertained -
OR i at Seymours Inn Others playing :
I were Mrs Georgia Turner. \
i Mrs. Laura Howard, M,.. Arnold I :
EPAIRING Taube Mrs Seymour Gideon, 'liiJ J
1\ Mrs Adolph Bertet Mrs. E. .i,
...r..i. Ward Mrs Joe Kling and Mrs OF "l :
\ OUR HOME Charles Gay nl'lJ.l'; i
Dave Cunningham of Pahoke b.1A
I spent Nov 23 here with Mr and 4iiij

Eor C LEast Mrs H W Munch ASSOCIATION' ,r
I Miss 'vn Gamble of Miami ] PRESS
I spent the Thanksgiving! holidayswith '
Coss umber Supply Co. I her parents here,, Mr, and !
Mm Lewis Gamble :
M..SHRIGLEYr, I West Miss Palm Elizabeth Beach spent Robertson Thanksgiving of- t t.F ,,' '. 2 t'I''j,

Pbone 22 P.,O. Box 30S Stuart Fla. here with her parents, RVED : ,I ". .1.
.. Mr and Mrs. R. 8. Roberston :
-'--. Mr, and Mrs Joe KlIng spent .

with Thanksgiving KlIng.Kllng mother In Deerfleld, Mrs Beach J. M. THE: U A" R T N E ,. ,

THEY RE FERFEB FOR GIFTS Carl Rose of Hawley, Pa., was .
/ '
fERFECT FOR tfARfcUKO WEAR the geust\ of Mr. and Mrs Arnold
1 Tauble last week. I :'
Ray Holloran of Temple. Texas >04
w SANFORIZED and Charles Eddington of 1I 1
I West Palm Beach who are attending I,

cottofl II Oat Sarasota the,Rlngllng were the Art guests School of 'i I :

And They r. Only PHHTrI9 Miss weekend.Verna Gamble! over the FOR IJUDLISHlflMW. NE WGPA.PER.I i

Mrs Ernest L. Rlcou and
I daughters, Mollle and Ernie,
You'll want wens thus on I these of relatives and EXCELLENCE
were guests OUTSMNIUNK
i *l. itif.//, fHtttttl,tmt. ,in4 While friends here Friday I OF
Gotten SI C.i d
ft.StnfwiuJ Mrs. Marlon Senske, Mrs.
+ for t failing( fit,04% founder. WlnoWelckl, Mrs. Charles Christie I F'c.
*Straight( amt, 4-jort style-w ride up. and Mrs. Joe Kling spent Friday FLOmD/S\OMMUNITES I l ]
*New tool length with adjusts straps. In West Palm Beach. AMONG i'
*P ty'.y.l.f .n.blaidery. reel ., Mr. and Mrs George Fuller of
Wilt.Only+Sig1to ITjunior Speculator, ,N. Y.. have arrivedto
end 22 t.44 Regular,. ._. w. 12.00Fieo s pen d the season at their JUL. 'IONS
large Sits K t. 62...._,.,.. 12.603V1. home.Blount'. WITH II
No. 226-Junior and R.gr1 shat Gideon who Is attending
nip,with.,.1.1(hl.N..d ant the University Of Miami \
Iwnlii.,r... ..+....... ... ...r.. 2.50 spent Thanksgiving In Stuart as
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST 6th guests of Mr and MrS.Ernest, UM OF LEJS THAN .
rdtr for 10 SI pi,wt end y one Ricou.
Slip FREE..of absolutely M extra nit, r. and Mrs.: Lewis Gamble' !
Mall Your Order Today had as their guests for Thanksgiving
?" If ye. Rye In Tune?ado sales t,.. Mr. and Mrs Lane Jennings '
of Walton and MM.'Kate s I)>
ALLURA FASHIONS Witham of Stuart.
> Mr and Mrs A. A. Traylor of .t'
224 S. Main St.,,Dept G-5 Antwerp Ohio,have taken* Cottage
Memphis: 3, Tenn. at Pine Lodge for the sea
fl flI
wtiri' ..,FOR... MU.. uruool son-, ----.-
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A Real The Stuart News &s just received The award renee K credit on the :

makeup of the Publication and
Newsphysical '
tstandang; "
the award for'Moat
r the character of its new! c ntent. t
Opportunity r' Florida '
Business paper given each j&r by the :

Press Association., J As a,citizen of Stuar our Company ,. ,

SaleSTUART .. is proud to express its appreciation of,an"

This stateiJOe recognition is important r outstanding newspaper wrtch we believe }'

RE SERVICE not onlyWihe newspaper: J but:) to the is. performing an exception I service herd' '

in Stuart. ,
community: i senres.
AT .. I .

,, 1/2 THE COS'CHASON'S ::11.;. ,0; : new, ri 0 4 CRT mm "

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> JOHN M.LAW;; Jr., Ma ager' .

SEE VERNON C ASON.uth Phone 90, '" ,

Federal) Highway US.1' l
PHONE 371'

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J I ::1\ 1," ; -- -'- tp e tuart gfetttf\ [I a )TWILIGHT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIHIMIII LETTERSiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiimii'iiiimiiiiiiiiiM. illinium Horticulturally iiimuiiiimiimmiiiiiiniiiiiiimim!! !! ? Speaking IIIII'"mmiiniinitmj;;

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I ( Stuart, Martin County, Florida Puss kM "rperlJmt1'111e4/
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1 I I t Florida corporation. iVZrtUU.t_.....kM.Ua w tdw.l.r.fch. .$51.WIw.We4Mr. e4 Society in WI# Palm B oc*.)
fACE L : 1 1' Entered as Mcond-clasi maD .bil......... lot... .. ..vlrlSEPTEMBER. By H E CLAYTON
matter at he poet office at
tUD k t Stuart Florida under the Act ((1)) The job of the Cooperative Extension Service! fa AIriaI! 1htt

AT 'V :,r : r I a of March 5, 117', 18 and Horne Economics\ education. The )primary: d>p'Ctlvt, ,, ..
\,. I R I" ;, A. FREE PRESS 1868 NOW rural! people however the benefits have extended to lilt :':
Ad" '1'" r 3S YEARS OF SERVICE f'an'k-: urban areas and to other This U the division of the Uwrrln / peep

I span C".1 '''l' ; '. and Tin Itu.rt D-llr N.., .*. uew.w Did you ask we how it feeli to the farmi the application of scientific dovHr /verlil1, and
Pan f : i.J' J W UM> lt *K TlMM.I tk* tint I will Igrimlhtral research which result} in the use of more I e fbnt 11//
J did
. ,I A FREE PEOPLE 1.M WIL4./ annul Apo 11, to be efghtyrIf you en
wlthem'tacfll' :''i, .! 1111..1 Hurt Yww.M, wftlTmn that apply to crops livestock, and forest production Ind 'W-T
+ } .. vklclirrk Tho .... Mn..l"4.... w reply that It' does not, feel! l that t .
h "'" \ .. a lilT. T''". glwrt Doll, )/.... provement and water ectnervatlon Through Home Dr
.albl''i)'<' (pj, \ \I! m It HUM. OrtoW. S. lf||. h.. .._.. way. work with farm women and through "'U Boy' and Girls .
rr KM fonrarlr bow tk.Ik. o.1Id
_, f \ ", "r \ u : ;.. .. kTJthlAG Then you may say, and'I ,bop and activities, Extension work hoi'resulted In Improving family /
\: ,f. ) Ed have condition, better<< health, andeconomic den!
F you mi9'why you never family living ,,
d"'f I' I II club member have
\ : J e'I t rM'A.wl.hd ..... 10 MNtI.d' ......._ .. tb. 'or ....b....... 01 on ski NATIONALIST grown up"Does Through progroml developed ikillt and scm
"' I- .1 .heal ..... rl.W ,I. tb" .......... w wa .. .11 A' "" .....- I r OOVT I !! being: "grown tip* mean I useful Information ot value ai farmers homemnLen) M tile liZl,

'jj' p CIS, EDWIN A. WENN'NOER' w: .... .. ,..+.... .PrIS.1.rpwm I that /IIIhat! completed life* eiperiencrs Extension aid rural people to help themselves and' to de tlim i| +dl
< P. LYONS .-., ...:. :. ..:...::.:: .....>_...=:=:_.x..:.w.--.silt.; ? How hopeless it would I hip and grojip ictlon. What Extension ha helped pwipl( W{for
; N ID WIN A. JR. .:: :: .. .: .. :. ., av adnwy"1 I where lie .
... lie to face a future knowing ftI elves) is ( greatt'tlt.uJla are achieved
WILLIAM mTCHILb '_n _'w.w .__..A41.. ...... |
3' ,:, II ff SONS U. MfNNtNGKa.. ,._wHi .__....5..4. ........__.----.Io"' Y...11. A ilk! I would be devoid of experience arid ((2)) When we single out a specific' commodity and cite ,(,,,
s IP, J n e |I _M' would /just murk time by stepI Extension work with this commodity we need to cover tome ,
f14, j jI .;' 11.11'" On VMT. ...._SUBSCRIPTlpM....-._.._...It RATES T.. Y.... ...... I I ping In our old track To use past and also plans for the future. Also 110'1111Wt'\ tingle out -, .,a.
I {,? \\1'I'I quotation "hope springs not from moditV. there are other related ftemi and In the caw of vege tdhkf'fiku,

I t I(' e Advert 4.. Mow wsd. .h..Joet... M fir.,&.bJ..U...Ow...Tk... '.._...I-wwe..nw. lb..1.1.r. r what wave done but from .the ''would Involve cover crop, ,irrigation, drainage and m.p tI".oI twllIII
t' tif 'addition to production, for
I 1 { ..v i work we<< ve just !wgul1.OOM \. preparation markrtlnf and m.ul.eiU,
I 1'a'I It ; Friendship are usually knit ((3)) The County Extension: worker ,to II general l prat11t'k;;:end

: "' I during the growing up process, cannot know ill! about everything in the agriculture chile we are sharing and cnmptt. must know where the technical information can he "necurrj> lit "JK d
MEMBER @ 19.48FLORIDA'S i erg life* activities, and, die true unusual iiluatlons. lie! must' alto keep informed about the rewnri!
and tried frk-nik .re mart prcti-' work being done m he ClIft help to any the results to grown n b
FV county. )lie also onuU the rewnrch workers In
,1 te : out even though we contact them arranging! field d dap
I I infrequently. }' However, if one U when grower can: come to ice the progress being made and lean a..
still growing It Is a,delight to njieriunce metltods and procedures. ,
BEST WEEKLY I the stimulation of meeting (4)( ) In Florida with its varying nits iixl diverse wmdilimi lit

It wa with a feeling of justifiable pride and appreciation mother of the turn viliratlonhnd vegetable'! growers' prolilnnt ore In many t'allt'l.t'xt/'t'm! krakYj
?, piell s. sensing a prospective new The Main Station, Brandt Expl'rimelltaSlation.\ sad talurstskese..
for our staff and thin community that The ; at work research and
f fiend i always on problems some! ol these instltutm
I Stuart News received the Florida Press Association plaque If "LIfe, begins it Forty then work solely on vegetable problems. 'These! are the slid> I nirca it

for the best newspaper published in 1948 In towns of | urn wily (forty) yean old anyway Information used by Extension workers. The V) S Oifu d.
5,ooo population and under Jhutl how it furls but jvhut Agriculture Is also engaged In research work with \rgo:etabkproduction -lkd i
I'' Since Is became of the other forty is a \II '. and In marketing Various agencies of the frpartims(: tau
a reflection of the town in )
ttry a part hi the overall vegetable picture There are the ,narks nr 1'm*
; 1 which it is published, the two sterling silver plaques services the frost
we If one has love In his heart he crop reporting warning service', the 'wllook and! somodity .
brought home from the Mount Dora Press Convention AD of these services used welt
I reports. are III u than of tit
facet life with a smile while he
) mean more than an earned honor for this newspaper To chase his' favorite phantom," Firm Credit: Administration which finances many (producer lu Flumh.Varieties .
,, us they say : "StUArt in Florida bent community"; and My I earliest) rrcojlevf of ddkl.hod i' fertilizers, insecticides and fungicides are all Ism of nxtri.

; we'll make 'that broader to Include all Martin County, : ;,,3 New'andComment' O was when my motlier made to the County Agent and to the vegetable grower.
t I1 7 for thin is more than Stuart's newspaper It's Jensen I > II. pnprf plnwlHxJ. put it on\ the ((9):J) In the Extension Service we have I number of specialists) abo

'Beach newspaper, Hobe Sound's, Palm City's, .Indian.I end of a attic, handed' ft 1011(1 act M a subject \ clearing center and ,serve u contact people %th

Pi'' ton it'* and Port Mayaca's We are the voice of 8,000 MR. AND MRS. LUTHER DAMRON have 1 I ALL THESE horns had been collected we and told lilt t.> 1'1m'wit h it. I did the /research to the workers. people They are their two-way field observations conveyor of iiifumuitwn\ mlUliig
,f k people in Martin County reporting! as best \\'ean their turned one of Orlando's oldest landmarksinto I I learned, by Mr. M S, Jones, Jr., who II III con with ft and the toy whirled IUU things they resean-u learn from research wor1 recently we
11 it births' and marriages and deaths, what is food that hap. Magnolia Manor, art attractive 12. I! owns and runs the grocery lIe rose froma I much 14 the delight of rn'y cl) ldi.b not have a Vegetable l Specialist on the Staff. Now' >! \

rt pens to them and what Is bad, fighting their battles and room tourist hotel. The beautiful pillared !,- chair, made out! of ,cow horns where he I,heist been male so Dr. Damien: .Is half time research and half irrangenMnttpvt time.E4n .
4 standing at all times for what we think is best for this building, built 80 yearn ago of the finest' of I.had been sitting beside a table made out I have been<<, running! and pushIng !worker We feel very fortunate In this arrangement and think k k

ii area Florda "curly pine," has been completely of more cow horns and graciously explain. continue pinwheels to ever I since(the and will good in many Instances to have one person head up .a'eaile) 6t

The News has never been a "passive" newspaper. We remodeled, by the former Stuart couple, ed to us that collecting the heads of the mark .. Ulilill as I stub Luse toe century, 1 1I various lines of work relating to S commodity, this teems to !te WIT
I 9' have always stood for something, right or wrong, and who sold St. Lucie Hotel here. One of the horned animals had been his passion for my desirable with vegetables where the research work widufy sciltmd.
; i ,' jumped! in and pitched to help civic causes' During the oldest and best preserved residences in more than CO( years. He Is a calm blue eyed men discovered that other.were Not all people could handle a situation of this kind but we helm Dr.J

: rAt .years we have taken part in battle, that were won and.!in Orlando, all its Colonial charm has been man of about ; 70 "Gosh," I exclaimed, *running And much nx\of\ the pushing fun of pinwheel life-i }Jamison can and that all of in-the growers, "and research and Ettettn

battles! that were lost, but no matter how hot certain campaigns retained and Stuart friends will be happyto "you sure have enough' of t them" I.as been pinwheels and workers-will also benefit by this arrangement/ which will get eveMlmf)

may have gotten, so far as The News is concerned know' that the Damroni have really helping Inothet comparing to Loop his toy working. along the same beam

1, we have gone (Intfl and come put of them all with a feeling made 'an improvement. .of which, } to be "THIS IS just part of my collection! ,'* he I straight 'm front of him instead ofknking used ((8))much In the oil ease of. the" new team organic workers huecticldrs reJ1l1"'l'nlinj'the and lutigfevla' J Isdustry -
10 vegetable,,
I. yl ,, cf goodwill for .concerned\ You\ '11 note.in small'black proud said, "I have this many more at my home l (for lireeur made by others pf
S ,the Experiment Sution, the Extension Smkt k'aos
1:1: ; type under our masthead on the front page "The Only I. and a lot more in a storehouse" I never to "spin his wheel working up tome( material that b Out ahead of anything we know}"fI:

Newspaper in the Worid Working for the Growth and WITH MY WIFE, Mayor Bob Baker and 'did ask him how he collected them but There are ulwavi some with ; In order to haves bait for keeping up with the rapid choi gn i|J *
I Progress. of Stuart and Martin County." Commissioner Arle Stuart, we stoppedover one of these days Arle and I are going togo s'rious and important mien who developments In these msteri a4.

"ul The Press Association awards were made on, the as their guests one night recently over to Lake Marion after some t that tale the they game of l life so senouslv ((7)) During the war county agents were engaged III k !number,, i

i 'P u Lasis of 'general excellence in mechanical: make-up, edi. and I certainly advise any, Stuart folk go speckled perch and I hope to aretla. good \ the thguifv windmills their pinwheels wartime (programs relating to such things M rationing. pgrinithnl! !
but the
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"y I foilal and column reading matter, local news Stems and Ing'to' Orlando to do the same, I know of interview with pictures air y becinmii name a..iII. when I. building restrk-tKms, form !labor, gasoline rationing, draft derameix(
general advertising arrangement." One {is a large no place so charming on the East Count itop running just with I their they If f and abuilarprograms. These programs consumed A \M of tun*' rr-
t 'l Jjjaqae on which the names of successive winners are to as what the Damrons have done at 419 ARLE DID ask him' --"How's the fishing," one wishes to measure .the toys. the regular work and now -we are glad to get back full time l tit *.

tie! engaged through the years This will be retained by Magnolia Si., Orlando. All the rooms Mr. Jones opined that it was not too hot, he will have when he stub ipaoe his I regular program pf work, In order to strengthen" and wlarjf B.

I ,1 rack winning newspaper for one year, The other is an have been furnished with reproductionsof in fact sort,of off, "One fellow broughta toe! and drops( his pinwheel he con I vegetable program we have recently established I county agents ep-
i, I'' individual plague to in the 18th fish In' to be do table advisory committee. The fire agents on this committee repress
remain permanent possession Century furnishings and each has weighed yesterday afternoon easily so by putting his finger .
of the to
This will dcseIl.d
phases committee help
of the winner. private bath or shower. Here's wishing ," he allowed; "What' did it weigh" In a bucket of water, pulling It Induatry.
There to receive the awards were Edwin A, Men- the beet of luck both to Luther and Mrs. he asked.his wife. "Nine pound," she al out and l observing the hole. ,: the Improve fit-Id the Extension vegetable program to u fully si possiblr'' cow

t '. t singer, publisher, and Mrs Menninger, Ernest F. Lyons Damron They are to, be praised for their lowed.. Which is plenty of bass for me Life bI For game Corfu, why sake take let it saTiousiyi' ((8)) 'During' the pact year county igetits devoted 14.3 dart"l

editor Edwin A. Menninger, Jr., city editor and sports ed initiative him usllp !work with vegetables and potatoes; and mm vegetable work was dos
I itor and William 11!. Mitchell, advertising manager It was THAT IS SORT of rugged country out out Ills ,evolution in our small Way, work ., In M counties 1798 farmers were" assisted In obtaining improved >..
,I ; a'big moment for all of usV e might as well make this a AS WE APPROACHED Ken n8\.Ule Arle there and my judgment is that there Is work from by doing our rieties or strains of leed.; 4142 farmers were assisted With the o* d

't "first names" account because to each of us it was deeply Stuart said that if I would stop'the car at still considerable use of firearms here t (for' direction day from to that day*,stil listening| small fertilizer. 4M3 with controlling diwasei and M72 with the tontnl

r personal. To Ed and Patsy was the well-deserved climax that forgotten town between Yeehaw and.. there and abouts In the Kenansville, HJlolo, voice," of Injurlnus Insects\ Our records thaw that county agents( devote approximately

1 e of hit lifetime of work in guiding, producing and power. Holopaw, would show me an amazing Yeehaw and Holopaw area I noticed that We will hear it if.we are not the same amount of time to vegetables as they do to J;*'*,
housing this newspaper through hard times and good light Being one who la fond of the amaze nearly all) the roadside signs had been making too mode noise with our Due to the ,,very nature of the many vegetable problems marl.. dJe J
f'I 14 times with her loyal association Ernie, Ed Jr. and Bill Ing, I followed, ,,his directions to a little used,,for targets- and passed one farm own Impxirtince, Calls on the agents require personal visits to the fields,,U thf) I i riot aglow of satisfaction In having their "baby" kissed brick grocery store "W.'lIgo (In to get. where the owner had politely placed a May w. realize that "there S t. be handled ..IWactorifyn} any other manner and In son. cases a"et''

''ij f,I by the prize committee-and we all wished that the many a Coke," said Arle. Which we did-but sign on the fence: "Pleafte Do Not Shoot, nothing too irnaU to work on with sitate contact: and maybe a visit boot a research Ad.nblistratLIII'epaI worker *
I ethers associated! !\ with the enterprise could have been the Coca-Colas (capitalize that, brothetlinotgper At The Building" the tools, of eternal values." ((9)) We !haw a Research and Marketing the near /rum*
and this underway in
1 Project approved we plan to get
there to share pleasure am enjoying the breeze hi
our or I'll get another I latter from my ""
been M"
A deal .
face and the rood of the material for this project' hat already ;
I whirl of
Because a newspaper and prlnUnll""plant Is essentially the company's, lawyers) were '.,forgotten MOST INTERESTING sight on the trip listen my wheeL and we hope to get it underway soon.
a o I II i teamwork proposition Everyone connected with it is because of what we saw was the mammoth tomato production In .May we and keep runimg ((10)). To some of you tt might be of Interest to present I some" ,tats.

'I I Vital to its successful operation We couldn't get out Th( the great marsh west of Vero Beach, where Always ibmit Extension work with home gardens and with Home iknaltd'' >

.News without the many willing hands which help put HORNS. IUNDREbs upon 'hundreds of nearly 1,600 acres of tomatoes are now? ED SPALDINC. lion and 4-H dub garden projects.
it" together each week, from the beginning when; you horns Peer ,horns, tag hprns,elk horns., being harvested right In the swamp Justa There are a large number! Florida brays and girls' enrolled! fa.4-B

I ii phone us a tip on a news story to the end! when a postal moose horns, goat horns, cow horns Everywhere -, few year ago this section knew nothingbut Mr Edwin A. Meoninger Cub work and they carry on a wide varkety of projects end de.llratlon. --
employee puts it in your mail box. upon the walls of the grocery\tj) ,frog and otter hunters-but today Editor Stuart News! Cardenlogla.) always been a popular project .i II k sl
I were the mounted heads horned I wish to adapted far both boys and girls and does lICIt require so. large 5 pWground
f.. We wish that everyone associated with the newspaper of animals giant pumps.and draglines are going great compliment you on
eould have been there, and that includes most Importantly ( Elk and caribou Tiny clik- f John U (Bud) Menninger, business who lope from Africa. Mountain sheep. 'Native water last'' year 'The "operators use drag week and find ft truly good. lam In 1947, dub girls canned 123,851 quart of vegetable' !" Pd
manager sees addition brined of vegeb"
going tr send J they also considerable
(( a most Interesting ; a quantity
n Florida deer. There were big horns and lines to dike off 10 to 40 you
kTF, f that all is souted through the production end smoothly acre tracts, pump book on/the problem on land rr- 2162 pounds. They gave 2595 quart of food, most of 1jVvegetabK
j! and efficiently; Mrs. Joseph McCoy, society editor, Mrs. little, horns-and some longhorns which the water out and plant the rich bottom Waste which I am\ Just finishing for famine relief. Jn six counties 4-H Cub girl wJ .

Francis Smith, proof-reader and secretary, Mrs Lucile looked to me to have a ,spread of 8 feet. land. -E.L.iiiiiiiii _- M.... J Joseph Verner Reed. demonstration club women assisted 11 communities with school"; T I
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I,,. \ Cromer, bookkeeper Mrs. Vivian Taylor circulation, Mrs. JIIIIIII' .uu.1111I11 u.II 1111 u. 11I11111111I11I11I11I11I11I1111111111'h. / 'U III''11I11 U 'iniiiiin _=t0O0 den.. (n :31 counties e.i W.nce wall given In 195 common M W
sea, :: e. Lawson Moore, assistant in circulation: -and the men who : FOL Oa0 1 the ichoul hmcfc program where" 36.478 children were fed. j In lid .
actually do the work of turning Ideas on paper ,Into the THIS WEEK'S POEM LAUGH etivitiei'mvoMng! "health through nutrition vegetable rlaytd.

printed product : Earl Tillman and Jim Donovan run the ."............./............ ...............................................m.......__u_u_ .-- -------------.'a o--oao1 ubI
1W Jlnotypes., Dalton Anderson, assisted by George Stevens III III III tiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililllillliiiiiiiii II/11111/: || Financial rime/ in WT, girls.completed lids garden project and thew !!

b'i' makes! up the paper, and ..Richard McIIardy casts the mats. 0 World, thou choosest not the better. part IIt I A yawn may be bad manner! The vast majority of persons of garden projects on a total of 1220 acre and )J27 market garden" fV*

I1 These are only a few of the many people who put b not wisdom to be only wise, bat a', inhonest opln OlJ. our race have natural tendency were grown on 174 acres. and tmc*. 'w*
; out effort each week to see that you get your Stuart NewsIspsauee And on the Inward visIon clone'-the eyes -Tuba Downtowner, ((6'! shrink from the responsibilityof The Negro 4-H Cub Boys completed 812 garden
projects while The ogle '
j 1 the girls completed 1410 projects. : :
from branches
many of the business
help standing and .
But It is wisdom to believe the heart. acting alone.FrUICIa In (
ew occasion*;-always eagerly and willingly Consider the postage stamp, my work! with the t club members and jjso work with Mj_
I' C6Iumbua found a world, and had no chart son It secures success through Gallon trttion and,in this whole field they reported SJIU gerdlTa -- r;.
All of us do the job of Ideas &uibfl
mirroring and
putting Save one that faith deciphered In the ekles! Its ability' to stick to one thing Sin with multitude, and and that 25A3 families canned 280.159: quart of v.getsbks )
; your
a across soire pet! ones of our own-who,report the social mild It there. meats. .
news and the football games., what happens at the city To trust the loul'i Invincible surmise gets ,-Jo h BQlmg. responsibility' and guilt Ire u In a very brief/ way this Indicate that work with vep...1.10I .

ctjmmuuiion! and who won the election-thank. you, the Was all his science and hU only art '. peat and u truly .'persona!. ... /Jf' Important in fit dub. work: In nutrition, and health work> ": | ,.
people of Martin County. Our knowledge is a torch of smoky pine A/ump//// .you alone had done \the. wrong DamonstrarJan speuialisti and Home agents working With !'f I1 Land lr JII

We're everyone proud The News has }been termedrJOrfda' That light the pathway but one step ahead Dentist:-"Open wider, please- Tryon Edwards bomemakers In County Home Demonstration Councfli W'VS
Acrou a void of mystery and dread. fairly comprehensive job 'c on-better health through better fI1// ..
beet weekly-and you ire the folks who The most
} ; really Patient "A.raahrDentist t t is
i Important thought ,
s Bid, then the tender light of faith to shine and .IB this the us* of vegetables, their nutritive vas
itutde it so-our subscribers, good customers and adver. had '
rubber that
( ever of
which alone inserting gag WM my lndI"dualteIpQIIIibi them have been stressed. :
By the mortal heart la led pare __ ilihi
titers and hundreds of friends in the community who sup- Unto the thinking of the thought divine. towel and sponges)) "How'i youriamayrra 11 |to Cod. la the year 1947 Florida produced 83,938 carUdXof?fs, "'" :
pmt 'It, pick it up each week, read it, praise It or damn it. George Eka Vok,, -Daniel" Webster with a pOll valve.. bf |fl0.817,000. During the same y*"" w*1rt.
-' Santayana.
f" r We hope you'll] pardon us blowing our horn so vociferously It's only natural for older. people Eskimo bilLy: Mom,, I w nn1 auction amounted t to 214.045 carle**!* with a. ETM value J '
this week"'""-it's our day to toot-and that you .like Every quotation contribute aomething !. the liability to be quiet They )have a lot more drink. a 985,00ft, 'J'biI.II""far from ,* good citn r W. b
us, wilt fie proud,that "our home paper"led the parade. ..r BJarfeBtent of lite !I..*..*.* ,Samuel: Janilsrsu1lCsewinaaa'saus"4u about Mellon. QMW. Je', .tp blia ta that Uw trow vaW of ve T tabl clu VviiWWttvsAweMriittiff. a .

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PREMIUM organization operating MEETS ON NOV. IS PETITION IS DENIED The volunteer cltlsens committee Fort Warren, Wyo., D q.,,.\e
amusement devices to I planning for Martin 1st Class Willard T Welts,
Pvt. :
BEER and ALE raise fUnds for the organization The!: Indlantuwn Home Demonstration Washington D. C.-AP-) participation In Governor -
CHURCH GROUP are not entitled to exemptionfrom County 'son ef Mrs Grace C. Wells of.1'
450. Per Case Bani( occupational license taxes, Club met Thursday Nov The denied ClvU several Aeronautics petition Board for has reconsideration gural elect parade Fuller In Tallahassee Warren's lnau Jan. i 628.\ Soutb'Z"ainden Av..,; USg&;

Pabat Blue RibbonMiller's applicable to such devices 18 in the horn of Mrs. WmonMllttht's of the applicationof 4. will .meet In the office of Attorney I Fla. Is presently training-WtmAir
luel..IMr PLANS torney General 3. Tom At-I ki orsUAF
2-DAY at Port Mayaca. Busl.| Florida Airways Inc. D. M. Marshall at 430: Force
High Life ruled In an opinion to the School here
ScMits Carting. 8 Comptroller. Watson further, dm session w.s presided over by On Sept. 1 the board had denied this afternoon. Technical tr

CHOICE WINES RUMMAGE SALEBy stated that the exemptions: M.... C. W. Fletcher, president an to application extend Its feeder of the company route- 0=0=====oaOono=====o=-

UTPOST LUNCH BAR granted to veterans' organization .lin Lucile Iiiscoe, home dVmoitstrutbm io 15 additional cities I In Florida I

Y. r.oMnI Hlfhm, Mw ti.4U.te. >. *M4 MARIE BRODRICKThe i relate---to-ad-valorem taxes.Palm agent, conducted a and to extend for operation Its temporary which certificate expires Our Specialfor I IV

rmitxltuble discussion on Ch ist-
Women Society of the City News March :28, 1949.
Community Church will hold mat coolery. Ten-minute cranberry The company and. a large .J
rummage sale tomorrow and sauce wag featured with the number\ of Florida communitiesand the J r *

Saturday Mrs. Marriott's In the storeroom restaurant nextto SUPPER HONORS product shown and tasted by the, asked Chamber the board lor of 'a Commerce reconsideration o

The Rev and Mrs.R. W. Hand group Herb person. brought a of Its Sept. 1 decision. Christ as HoMaysTWO :
that It had
REAL ESTATE The board Said
of Germantown Md.. spending -
small potted plant and I M exchangewai but that
considered the petitions
two weeks here at the -
parsonage MRS BACKUSON auulo. Airs. W. C. Cavtmywa ,
the record In
after looking over
HomesAs and Mr. Hand preaches the chairman NON-PEROX E PERMANj T ,
Waterfrontafee Sunday evening\ term on and appointed exchange the proceedings It had found
\ Reasonable | kill be with ua for two more to )help with other "exchanges" "that the matters let forth In o incluVng a r
New Address i Vtth Street, Option'* SchoolWILLL I II services. NOV. 23By that'will be made In the future. said petitions do not warrant-,
case. RENO
The Mens Club met Friday Diving the social hour Mrs. 0 ,

r', night at Community Hall to MRS. ANNA B.:DAY Matthews served orange juke and PROGRAM-BY PIANISTS-- (For The Month of U rnber Only) +
make final plans, for the! spa cookies, to Mrs.. Caveny, Mrs.Ceoige rlo
p' T KN I ghetti .dInner they prepared and ,A buffet covered-dish birth F1'tuber, ,Mrs. CV... The four-piano ensemble will COMPLETE X tI
served laat night. day supper honoring Mrs Joe Fletcher Miss Perley Bow, Mrs. give a program at Fort Pierce'' TWO only $15
Fred Meyer,. Jr, student at, Backus of Jensen Beach was en- O D. Parker, Mrs. Matthew and High School auditorium under,,
Georgia Tech pent the Thanksgiving Joyed at the home of Mr. and. the, sponsorship of the Fort \
week end with his par- Mrs E. M. Higbee Nov. 23. After' Miss Inscoe.! Pierce Concert Association Tues Jensen Bejcn BeautV Salon
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Meyers,! the dinner a large birthday cake tt yThe; quartet comprising
owners of 'the Cypress Cabins and coffee were served to Mr. returned to her home there after Stephen Dovacs Audrey Koop-
On ,Sunday Mrs. Meyeri and I and Mr*. Backus and children, about two months at the homeof er, Han HeIdemann, and Sylvia I Managed, Opei fd by Ethel and Patty>|{utchin on
S SONFederal daughter, Merle, drove Fred to Sally Ann and Joe, Jr., Mr. and her daughter, Mrs. Mattie Dlckler, will perform special arrangements 72-M2
Tltusvlla where he met a fellow I Mrs. V. V. Wortham, Mr. and Watson Homestead: and sometime of varied music Phone
student with whom he drove Mrs. F,'L. Hlgbee and children, at the Murphy home on from Bach and Scarlatti to 0
HjghVay at Fff.t St. back to school. Vincent Lee and Shirley Mr. and her return Brahma and Rossini.
A farewell party was held at Mrs. R. F. Wortham and son Mr. and Mrs Charles Leigh "
SERVICE THAT SATSFIESSINCLAIR the home of Mr. and Mr*. Austin Bobby Miss Addle Lee, Moore ton and baby were dinner guests .
H. Mulllns Saturday night and sister, Elizabeth Moore of on Thanksgiving of Mr. and '
CAS ffe OIL for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stick Raleigh N. C, and Mr and Mrs., Mrs Frank Stegers of Stuart.

WASHIN6, POLISMNG LUBRICATION man who are returning to their E. M. Hlgbee i and daughter,, On Friday night Mr. and Mrs. ,' The Ne tf Hudson Ca? 'I 4
BATTER ANfl home In St Louis. A Texas-style Betty John Leighton and son. Johnny
TIRES,\ SUPPLIES barbecue was enjoyed. The Miss Cora Hatfield and two and Patsy, Jackie and Herble
ROA SE PICE guests present Included Mr. and friends, all teachers in the Lees Hodapp camped out on Martin .. j I
Mrs Bill pendarvls Mr. and burg schools were Sunday Highway. On Saturday the boys IS NOW t ,'
PHON 91 i Mrs. Emery DeLoach, Mr and guests at the home of Mrs. AnnaB. went out on a hunting trip and :
Mrs. Louie Jacobs and childrenand Day and also called at the Mrs. Leighton Patsy and John- ;
George Dunning all of home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z.Lower. ny returned home.T a
Salerno Mr. and Mrs Bill Moodey h II Home Demonstration DISPLAYCHASON'S ,' '
iiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitMAiiiiiiinii and daughter of Tallahasseeand The Rev. and Mrs. Wallace H, I Christmas party will be held. p
Leo Conine.Mr. din- at the church at 2 urn MondayA
Sterns were Thanksgiving 7--
and Mrs Russell Alla- ner guest of Mrs Anna B. Day. program will be given and exchange -
TONIHT"BLITHf baugh, West palm Beach, visited.! Mrs Martha Whittle of Salerno !! of gifts enjoyed The
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur spent Thanksgiving and the hostesses will be Mrs DeVUIbls SERVKE STATION ,;
Brodrick and Mr. and MM. week end following at the home Mrs Sterns Woman''Club and Mrs will Feinauer meet
SPIRIT"By W. D. Griffin of Mr. and Mrs. S. :E. Lane. The .
The; Rev and Mrs R. W. Hand Dee. 23 at 2 p.m. at the church.A I I ;
H. Bursonl
Mr. and Mrs. A. :
had dinner Christmas party will be en- EAbrYj f ,
i of Germantown Md were Thanksgiving dinner IT IS Ar f gjr .
also exchange of gifts ; :
with Mr
Nd&CowaH'TT'i i Monday evening guests of Mr.and Mrs E. M.Hlg I X \:
i and Mrs. Andrew Lester and '

family.Mr. bee Mr. and Mr. F. !.. HIgbee and Invited To Lyfjlnand Inspe This New Car *jf I:
and Mrs. Pan Shaw enter children, Vincent Lee and Shirley STUART Are ,
tained at their home Saturday Thanksgiving weekend "
:The Fine VrBi Guild 'Inc. evening In honot of their who guest with, with friends in Miami. CITY COMMISSION A Few On/ and For Immediate LVlivery /' i''
Mrs. Ruth Ann Keagel who
Ml I** Elizabeth Moore, egufar M (ngs
her parents Mr: and Mrs. Louis visited her alters, Miss Addle <
High SchoolAuditorium i Keagel have moved here from Lee Moore and Mr. R. F. Wor- 8100d
Knox Ind. Games were enjoyed tham and family for a week before d 4th
and refreshments of sandwich Thanksgiving left Thanksgiving SERVICE ST 'ION ::1
i Dec. 2nd 3rd. and CHAS0M5 '
es potato chips, Ice cream Day for her home In Raleigh WED SDAY3Stu ,
Admission 75c 8tl5 P. M. i cake were served to Jean Arnold N. O.I ity Hall f 1 ,
Cecil and
Mary Diamond I Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thaxton of I St art, Fla.
ilillttll111111111111111111111111111 II llllttllll111 1111/ I 111I, II 111111111IU II 1I11I1111111 Ii Marry Moore Marie Brodrick, Virden 111., arrived Thanksgiving Phone 9ta/So. Federal Highway 1
June Audrey and Lee Ann Bowden to the elcoma
I Day and expect spend Pub] Always
A dal Ire Mahan, Marian winter here. They will move ---
iHiiiimiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiiiiiii iiipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPLOVER Elaine' Algazzlnl, John -- -- --- --- -
Man annn from Stuart to their- new ....
Moore, David I Callan. BUlle home here; on West 2nd St.:They,,
Moore. Jackie Stevens Jack Car- were' the Thanksgiving dinner
ponder Phillip Algazslni, Jessie guest of Mr. and Mr. F. L.
PLANTSPetunia and George Quigley, Chuck Hlgbee "
Claymore, Eddie Eckhardt, and Mr. and Mr. William & Bur- '
Harold Shaw.Charles. were the Thanksgiving THANKSYour
JT Florid! Holly'.Hocks Hall son of Mrs.. guest of Mr. and Mrs-'G. B. -- :
Grace Hall visited Thanksgivingweek Cadwell.Mr. I ,
Scarlet Sage Jf Verbs end at his home, and with and Mrs. Andrew Kappa ,l.
m his fiance Miss Julia Jamison. and Mr and Mr*. Otto Soergel ::1
i Static S Dahlia tlants Charles it a student in Gaines and his sister Mrs. James Hyde goodness has been great to me in
all from Illinois, were guest
ville.Miss! plane Ortlga spent the Sunday evening at a dinner Election. I 'shall never l lday let s r
Aden f Bachelor ulton holiday week end with her par- party at the home of Mr. and the Primary J .j

m 1 T ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ortlga.Diane .I Mrs O. B. Cadwell./ but I will remembj ,
Lady Slip r Marigold Is a student at Rosartan Mr. William J. Carroll was a or night pass, '
School In West Palm Beach- :. Sunday dinner guest of Mr*. ;((*
\ Mrs, Virginia Bowden of Crystal Marlon Ballou FIsk at her home. what you have done for me. !

All In 3-inch\ Veneer Ban Falls Mich., arrived Monday -I Mrs. 8. E. Lane and daughter,
at the' .'
the winter
to spend Mary, accompanied Mrs. O. D.
home of her daughter Mrs. hayea of Stuart Monday U far :
C. A. St. Onge. She la also\ the a* Titusvllle and spent the day \
$1.00 DOZEver's mother of Alvin: Bowden. at the home of her sister, Mrs. \1,
I Mrs Rattazzt of New York Is W. J. Bohannon. Mrs. Haye*
the guest of Mr. and Mr*. John spent the day in Daytona Beach (:
Ortlga for an extended visit. and Mrs. Lane returned home k kI
The C. A. St. Onge family had with her that evening.
Bend Gar ens their dinner guests 0 n the r
as Mrs. M. H. Blllingsley was rr
Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. all-day Sunday guest at the of who voted foj ne in the Primary Election to sup, S ;
John Ortlga and daughters home of Jrfrs. Emma Petty and am asking se you
ane and Rita, and son John daughter Mrs. Lena FeIgel. 14tkf I ask those who did not vote for me
i the.South Fork at Gaines Road and Salefio Road i their house guest, Mrs. Rattazzl Clifford Petty and friends Mr. port me in the elec\n of December .
of New York,.Graver King and and Mrs. Lowe and children of alifications asking that they too will
1 PAUL S. JEFFERSHome Randy Rlckerg. Bewails Point, visited Sunday at to reconsider my past cord and my ,

TRUSTEES...DEED the home of Lowe's parent onLake pSfect ndeavor to overcome my imperfections : ill I
7..t" a. n.b.. .Ioeo to Formsv.Mal. Okeechobee.Mrs. I not but \ I
Fla. ... support me. am
Phone 607XM2 Stuart, KRILL OF SALE Edith Johnson of Stuart
I B, CiVfe N '!r W ......' and Bernard, were Thanksgiving -
IIIllIIi Hu.1 son attentic ,
''iiiimiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllliniliiil i II 1111I1111 11111 11I111111' r v...."/... guests at the Petty home. when brought my

Mr. and Mr. George Smith, the point that men of false I ;
Serious to
Mrs. Belle Ross and Mr and Government is a serioyKwsiness, 1
+ children Mrs. Clarence spent Thanksgiving Feinauer and to- down not o/ or TKomen but the whole structure, creating a F
.J I gether at the Smith home. promises can
\ Mr. and Mrs. B. C.Hodapp had be rerdfdied. I u\e the voters to consider seriously the
a* th-elr I Thanksgiving and situation.that cannot '
week end guest 18 member of bf that those\ eking office have a degree of ex',
of their family. A real homeconvIng men seeking office and sure

i was enjoyed a* all remained / of the typM government we now operate
during that time at the Hodapp perlence and have so knowledge
home. an issue and eats
both si of atn
A picnic was held on Martin need fmen- who can see
under. The
Highway Thanksgiving Day by cit/ I have'
IN' Mr. and Mr: M. M. Baker and men.who plan ahead fo N better
TO I of their owr/hinking,
YOU ARE INVITED DRJ Baker'*sister, Mrs. lone Baker opinion
Mr. and Mr*. Charles Kramm, / and that I am interested in Stuart'smoving' -
And Look over Our Stock of 3> ..it nnr> (SWEAR Mr..and Mrs Eddie Burgess and proven that 'I kno city

INFANTS .AND 0" j daughter Mary Melle. Mr*. lone
SWEATERS, INFANTS SIZE TO 14 Baker of Long Island and Orlando ahead.
s visited here over Thanksgiving -
BEACON NTS AND REFILL PADS morning.Mr Your Vote Dec.4

EL IC S ER BOTTLE STERILIZERSPERMALITE I had ,M and Thanksgiving Mrs. Charles supper Krumm ..I ill Appreciate

DLES SometmW New I guest Mrs. Ida M. Plnney, and
iKd WAR! son Leroy PInney.Charles Leighton STIMMELL '
Candle Sticks, Etc. '" and baby,RON Marie, were Sunday -I .
a, Bowls. ( visitor In Fort Pierce and )

--SPECI 0% OFF IDEAL GIFTS PLANTS i iOCUM'S Vero Mrs.Beach.J. N. Roberts pent
POTTED Thanksgiving and Friday visiting \ -
CUT I' I her sister, Mr*. Paul Mathia, FOR STUART .CITY COMMISSIONER
at Vero Beach while" Robert
wa on a hunting trip.-. trtt rmk4 A"* .J.)
L. J. Mu ;
Stuart, Fla. ing Day I .l
Phone 387 or 139-J companiedmother _
ar.Dehon juldrr.
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tl'I SOCIAL NEWS Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART Home Telephone office JOSEPH before tU noon en Wednaday Of lire se Phase-eP k

&' JJ MRS. McCOY Society Editor

MISS MATTHEWS.HONOREDAT i GREENLEES ENTERTAIN t INVEST IN A VESTH An all-day fishing trip nat. nut meat and mix Into only until Senator and Mrs Ivso.\ Crt
well blended. Four greasedand attended
SURPRISE PARTY urday was enjoyed by Mr. andMra. HomeDemonstration Decorate a dinner given I II, Ii
Mr and Mrs Joseph' Green- lined, pan.
hon paper
Miss Edith Exchange
Matthews was Club
Mr of the ,
Dalton Anderson
and nuts U desired Pal
+ with Ices' of Tropical Farms, entertained top with Beaches at
>?l ACt ored Monday evening the! George ;,
C Moore, Lee DeLoacn Mrs. Alma and bake a hour at 250 Wuhlnl
surprise birthday party given by Friday evening with three ton Hotel in West Palll80
CLIOATV 6w fiance John E.: Sadler, Jr., tables of bridge!! In honor of their } ,Anderson, Mrs. Dors Johnson NotesBy or 275 degrees F. Nov SJ. John Temp, \One:...
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Leonard Mc- DARK FRUIT CAM 2nd, was the guest i
Xanle Norvell in'\ Fort' Pierce A guest, Charles Qreenlees, Jr. j I Clellan of Douglas, Oa., Mr. and MISS LUCIU INSCOE,. Half lb. shortening "' cup -'C app
Buiie{ supper was served on the Prises were won by John U i Mn. Bruce DeLoach of Valdosta, candled pineapple (chopped\). 1 Mr and Mrs. A. 0
A d'4rasa iWn: Guests were Mr, and Mr* Menninger and Mn. C. F. Ire j i Oa., and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ds- cup sugar (medium brown), 3/4 South California Ave Pit es
iit t Vonne Sadler, Mr. and Mrs. land. Other guests were Mr I I Loach of Valdosta. Have you ever made your own cup candled cherries (chopped their holiday ? itpt JIad '
end Mrs Olenn DeBerry, Mr fruit! the war ,
-e- cake? During citron (chop
PahnWltha William Reese Mr and Mrt.lanle S cups flour, H cup Mrs. A. L. Bwarts and chM
And Mrs Harris Lowery, Jr., Mrs. Mr, and Mrs X r Sober of years there were no fruit cake Juice ;
Norvell Mr. and Mrs. John 1 1 ped) S eggs tt cup grape Carol Ann. Patricia
Mennlnger and Mr. and Mrs C Wexford, Pa, have returned to materials on' the market- am Ib nuts, 3/4 tnd Bri
X. Sadler and Mr and Mn. H lb. raisins, cup of Miami, Mr. and Mn.
t R. Ashley. / i i their home after spending several no cakes. Now that we have a )I. H tea
Carswell Hersey. ;: cup dates (chopped Pittman and son, Bill( offlsSLvllle
I days with his sister, Mrs. plentiful supply, maybe you cloves, 1/4 cup figs (chop arrived
iw DUTCH TREATCJLCB would like to try your hand at spoon Thursday Jqt'd,
,1a Frank Mlnschke, and family. ped)I. Vi teaspoon, cinnamon, 1 parted Sunday.
1 13r tips
making one. Here are some
Bridge prize win CPS\at. the teaspoon vanilla. e
t 1I Mr. and'Mrs. James Herbert and recipes-which have been requested -
I I Dutch Treat Club Friday at.the Mix and' bake as for recipe Miss Sara Roth, who .k
and Jim, and Mr. : i
Bruner son to flour.
Civic Center were Mrs. Howard above. spices tending West Palm
and Mrs. Karl and ,, fruit for Beach )v
Krueger sons When cutting your
KeaU and Mrs. R. O. Judson. I tot College, has !been ,
I Mn. C Karl John and Rudolph, were fruit cake use the scissors and Mr. and Mrs. Edward: Mapp of leta
I Others H. of the
playing were president
\ II Frey, Mrs. T.l.J''. Kennedy, Mrs. the guests\ of Mr. and Mrs. W. dip them In a pan of hot water, the South Fork on the 8t. Lucie ment body at Shepley t/ttn
I Arthur Chappelkt Mrs. Conrad B. Bruner In Hobe Sound for a so that the fruit will not stick River had as their Thanksgiving Roth spent trw Rad nj
family Thanksgiving dinner. badly.: A of water In the Day guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank week end wl
I so pan
Albracht, Miss Edith Coventry
I and daughter her parents, Mr, and Mn, Ct
will Ball and ion
\ and Mrs H. H. Thayer. The club -e- oven while baking your Roth of
; Issues a standing Invitation to 1 ufkkIA .Mr. and Mrs. Beach Smith,, give you a moist cake with un- Frank, Jr, and Helen, .t>f fort Tropical f annt.i .
f '
: parents of Mrs. Jot Brooks, ar- to let the Lauderdale.
the public to join the club each cracked top. Be! sure
week for luncheon at the Stuart I rived i last week from Falrton, cake cool thoroughly before C 4k. SAVE MONEY]
" I I Hotel at 12:19: add bridge at N. J., to spend the winter at wrapping, and It will be less likely Mrs. James M. Rider of Clewls-
TOAS1MASTF.R Au matte : I the Majestic Apia, J to mold. A piece of heavy pa- ton \ls spending several weeks CiGARETTIAMtLS

Jiectri t I eilCs that and Mrs. Charles L Miss Louise Dearston spent the bottom of the pan and greased Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mlnschke.: '

It mean SfTTFR SElflCEf.onf Browning and son, Bill, moved holiday week 'end with her will keep the cake from brownIng tHEa'LarJELoLUCKY,
t rr.'lhe fsmouslire-Belt this week to Wuliston where mother, Mrs. Zella Dearston. In I IUmatilla. too much. It Is not necessary ROTARY TIIKK C
to remove the paper before CLU rHn11PDDcassn
heating ement fremark Browning ls employed as ;Is
1'1'n able loi&lic srsteitfof rust.control. keeper for a lumber company Tc. storing. Or/AMIAIu
'Mr. and Mrs. :4
( ,
I cNiilea .
ana the lral 10. I Tube cake pans are good to : LEK.HTAJtirroN
; : : Year Cu Intee-a dnlgnedyears New arrivals at Jaylil Yacht tI owners of the Record Shop, returned use, In that the cake Will cook r, a ICaUSIA. PLa CATO'er.rl
last week after a month'svisit a d. t41y Nvl.
it oferserttcel Harbor for the winter are Mr. more quickly. It you want to DLr4 Ja
I to eesur ears in Louisville. w
f Bristol. ,.bake AddMPNnll anr y M
/ troublebolos and Mrs D. W. Beach of make small cakes for gifts r
Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. William them In coffee cans, decorate
i Come in poday. Let j H Kai think. your best beau would like in oneLatch Gerald Murphy of. Tampa
ee u ., .
t Schroeder of East Jordan J you, up\ them and tie them up In cello g..lw. Gw .. + NW y, ,
us make t hot vfter service I 1It. him in this cotton-padded, quilted wool vest, worn with a spent the Thanksgiving holidays
I1 10 MISERY 0
Mich. phane RE
,; 1n your i ic nire modern --------1 1te tailored house' and wool skirt, III( new and with Mrs. Murphy and their paper : 0s i1ta U. Na al aa..d n 5's. Is.

I, .' more Cideflt mere : "C''?" 1 fI'-- -- -. -- -cosy. --..... -- daughter, Hallie Maxene,' at her There are. many rrur: cake re- CIIE .e Mon oasri'DEPT.
5th capes,.. Perhaps have yours, .
economics : SITTER parents' home at 737 East .. you OIlona ,
iii TO BE GIVENA The key and Mrt. W. E.'Row- St. Murphy a commercial photographer and you use the fruit that you

-, I, ', I Chop Suey supper will be I ell and Harris Lowery, Jr, a del- took photographs at i and your family like. Fruits All'nToba, o Co

I ( ONLY 19 | given. .by members of Circle 1'1 Plate of the" Stuart Methodist the Flamingo Hotel Mond y.Capt may be substituted In recipes. r.1m11..eaIu.MIHGTOn ,
J -C- DEU ly
: attended IruTRP1-
of! the Methodist the District
'qhll j v2 I IShopping I Woman Society W, A. Sallaa and his I (Mrs Geo. W. Fletcher, Indian- i
8 o t Christian Service I tomorow -I II Missionary institute In Miami daughter:, Beatrice, have as their few s)
'.10 from 5:30: to S at the and the District Conference In houseguest his sister, Mrs. Half lb. butter or'substitute, 1 +

I '"; --\ .; Days (1 1R i Methodist Church dining room.Tickets' Pompano .Nov. 23 and 21. ryn Stevens of Jacksonville.Mr. Clth-I cup sugar, t cups flour, 5 eggs
: f-.a- .AI -C- -e- H lb. white raisins )ft Ib. candled
\ I
I' ft{ ... 15 i may be obtained from Mr. and Mrs. Delbert O. Axtell and Mrs. W C. Armor returned citron watermelon( ) rim! YOU
J "''f, \", ',\' ; I i Till Christmas # j I the members of the circle. and children of West Palm ; Monday after two-week preserve may be used), H Ib i ( GET MORE

,d') V!: ItI visit In South Carolina. They I candled cherries, H Ib. candle*
{n A
JY-; \ Mass Betty Huff who Is attending were Thanksgiving Day: were joined In AIken, S. C, by pineapple cup coconut, H cu[ '
i'l' G." \. t !,&' I( t: t Stetson University, and guests of Mrs. AxteU's grandmother i their son, Pvt, 'Bill Armor, for candled orange peel, V4 cup candled \

:, l I I II. LeRoy Huff of Moultrie Da.. and aunt, Mrs. John the Thanksgiving holiday Pvt. lemon peel. Vi cup! orangt
n t .!Ii, 0'. I spent the Thanksgiving holidays Coventry and Miss Edith Coven-: Armor Is stationed at Camp Lee, juice, 2 tablespoons vanilla 1 RooA. Features
.jif 'r'I i' here with theft mother try. Va.. In the Quartermaster Board cup nutmeats (almonds, pecans e |
Mrs. a i School. or both).
A EA. I Lena Huff. '-I.e.- Cream butter and sugar thor
: \:, I -e- Mrs. Frieda Green of Hobart.! Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary, oughly. Roll fruit in ft cut; Dependability!, *
HERE'S rOlBGUAlANTEEI I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Campbell Ind, arrived last week at the i St. Lucie Estates, had as their flour. Add eggs one at a time

i had as their holiday week and Majestic Apia:: Mrs Green Is the' guests last week James Sharon Add remaining flour alternate!} ; ,

I IJt; it 411.e.,.uI.o T0A0,.I.. .usTes..R, p.... a.' .lbn..,,1.,. E A I I guests fit and Mrs, Smythe mother of Earl Green of the and Turner Smith of Washing" with orange juice to creamed 5w "
i i I Ij t I Y M..k WaisKilsal Irk...-. /, soII 1155Wr !I Clark and son, Johnny of Mi Green ApU. ton, D. C. mixture. Add. floured-- -fruit and--- ; k /
I .w. ms MAATE'N W. MwL. : amt e- ,
.k..la fall .Ike 01,5 arw t.
I, > ...-. Mr. and Mrs. C.: U. Walker I IQ:
t/.Y..N, .M'' ; r ?r. Properties I "a kinds '
I 1
/ I IIL.rr.b Mrs, Edna Coutant Miss Lucille I ,
,, tLN..i.T.N.M. M.M7 Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wltham of I yi
for sale Inscoe and Elwin Coutant wenton
? I Palm
j "IM NN W'4Y. P '.w City had as their guests' 0
iM MI4u.Lw.k l'. W, Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs a Ightseelng!! trip to Marine- I
tr Thomas J. Butter-field land Thursday. Ii
(, '" Alao rentals 'incur. I r a'-.
daughter. Elisabeth '
f Ann, of Port r
1 1'1 TO Pierce and Mrs. Wltham's par Miss Mary Coleman was the 7 '\\i
i .ante.Edwar. I holiday week-end guest "
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Blascoe. -
I and Mrs. H. H. '
IlECRIC WATER HEATER I I Okeechobee. Of:3r: I

1 ii'' I Maaltor I Mr and Mrs, Handle-;; Matheson -I..,. r

,\; f 10f Roblnsville, N. J, are visiting II Mr. and Mrs John Dumlch ,
Ir 1I\ I here for a few days and are residing and daughter, Claire. were ,
\ HUTTO RADIO and I at Paul O. Combs apartment guests of Mr. and kJrs. Bob Z '
In ,Port mla In Fort Pierce ay.
t Bewail. Their
PLIANCE CO. P. OjJArcade Bid la
I daughters. Betty Lou and CarolDeane.
Mr and Mrs,Dalton Andersonof oat "
\ i Phone 302 Phone 19 I imnl1IlOn''i:; be down this South Camden Ave had as
i winter. Frank their Thanksgiving week end
U attending Flsh-
0 oU Ave. Stuart
''ft burne guests Mrs. Anderson's parents,
I Military School I In
-I I Mr and Mrs R. L. DeLoach,
-- Waynesboro, Va., and Betty LouIs
,tfi at Fairfax Hall In Wayne.- '' and her brother and sister-in-
I boro Malcolm and Carol Deane law Mr. and Mrs. Bruce De-
1'1 ( 'Waterfront PropertiesAlong are going to school In Allentown, Loach, all of Valdosta, OIL

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the Indian and BL Lucle rivers and Ho Sound. -e- !
1 Ocean Fronutgo Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bartlett .LOYAL ORDER OF .

JI spent Thanksgiving with their MOOSEWATCH PACE1AKER
: daughter, Dolores, who Is attending STUART MELTS LODGE ale Pt Ir

: \ Southern College In rSr C i w Art
Lakeland. They
I Il:':,j. I g gRrya11 Bartlett.Mr.nied by.Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. M HIGHWAY omea.

t s ; 'i i! 2 The graaleij* refrigerator
I i / al and Mrs. John Dunscombei O-E ever kufllare .n ear Boat
I : of Fort Lauderdale wert the for 0/e/ ingAlf' now, for lea Jo see and own.
} ) week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. They have everything peace
Carroll Dunscombe ,in St. Luclc looking for feme la and set
I \ Estates : ConnnleDt TtrlllSo
k o creama'THE the refrlgifators most women
\ '
i -
FOR THE want L'
,,1,1,l t t Miss Edith Matthews of Stuart FESTIVE TREA) '
(l and John F. Sadler of Fort A Complete Service Department
,I" j.I j. Pierce /were the dinner guests STAG Yo Odd Favorite, NESSELRODE PUDDING U backALFAR
Thanksgiving of Mr. and Mrs.

11 I, I Frank McDowell In Vero Beach. Mattin CO.unty.E1ednc Coj.
I II McDowell Is the manager of the _
Vero Beach radio station. While 7 7 7\7.
there they attended theFortPierce Arthur Dobpn Bldg. "j"jPhon
Irbol 'I, -Vero Beach High School S C k ''""' ...''flTrowT- *' 75
: 'Id I football..game:.., _ _I. 4p PJ...... 1Jrio. :'Paw viva -
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u \\d $4.00 Dresses < $4.00 $4.00 .-
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I Cotton cksSlac Play S'Peal w

Chenille Robes
Crepe Faille
erg 11

Almost I All .Sizes r Re es Real Christmas_ GIfts

1Jatln 'of Improved and Unimproved! Properties

Throughout Martin County

( l lJ 4 4j CRUG&1 1UNCBU MATERNITY DRESSES -- Sizes 9.1 0.20 Values o $19.95, Sale Price '. $4.00

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rfj Mews items for this paper must nach the newspaperfflc
: N6'.WSand '" baton noon OB Wednesday -
Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART W-8 MRS. JOSEPH A. McCOY Society: Editor ;.- -/ I

Home Telephone 214 Office Phone '300llN ..

detllent an appendectomy atE as their holiday week-end guest
rUn J county Hospital expects! I their ion Dale Hlpson, 'who Is THURS.. Dec 9: Dutch Treat dub lulxheo. Stuart Hotel 12:15,' 1 ,sf I Among those who enjoyed a
[retard 1 J.hIa week ** his home attending the University of followed by bridge, Civic Center 1:30:: p.m,; dunce, Hobo Sound Civil Air Patrol picnic at the I
|Nor*Georgia A n. I Florida. O,mmunlly Center, 8;30 p.in,: Unity Chapter OES, Woodman I South Fork recently,were Freeman .....
Hall, 8 p.an. f Johnson, 'Art Fowler, Jim!
HU. Due ::1: Kiuunu; \Voiiwii. .i dub 12:15 p.m.i Chop Sucy supper, Chappelka Carol Smith, Kay De:

Announcement SUN.Motluxlixt. Dec 5i dining Presbyterian mom 8,, Church:30. dedication pro rams, 5 pm I 4 J Fred WagnerRichard. B. Pruitt Schrock, Mlddleton, Carolyn. De Arbogast Fomeroy Jeager,,, &frs! :

Secial S and 8 p.,!m. I 7'y Bert Clements, Reese Fowler, 1640 NEWS
MON.. Pec 51 Jcnwn Beach P.TA ,w.eillv! ( board meeting, Jensen ova,. Gale Fowler, Joe Bowie, Ronald
"duM,., 2:45: p.m.; St. Mary Chapter, Woman Auxiliary. of the : Johns, sickle RIcardo, Judith
Episcopal; Church, Parish J louse, 3 p.m. i Arbogast, Elva Beatty Jack MoEirresh max
CE TVE, Due 7: Brownies.., Presbyterian Church, 3:15: p.m.; Girl Scouts" : and lane Elkins. $ van,
B AND HARY'SStarting Wornuti iX1ub. 3:45 Woodman Hall 7:30 rani 'Re-WAR
; : p.m; 1OOF. : 1'.111.1'j Quests of Mr and Mrs Ells- At 1tt.
Jensen J : Beach P-TA, Jensen"" scluHil. ., S p,m. School Board, court u 1 I WO tit Schnurbuach for Thanks Af M 305* Y
TKMIW. 7:30 p.m. I glv 19 dinner were the Rev and .
WED.\ .. J>-c. 8: .Notary, Chliholms, 1315: -mj City Commission, MrA Roy Sampley and son, Paul,
City Half); 11 p.m. I Mts Nellie Persona, Mrs. Harry
SA RDAY Dec. 4Th: 1'IltIHS.' D.-C, 9: Dulth Treat Club )uwlie-on, Stuart Hotel, 12:15, I Glaiicoff and Mrs_Helen_ _Morris
followed\ 'by l bridge, Civlq; Center 1:30: p.m.j dance, Iii he Sound
'Community Center, 8;Sli p.m.i Wesleyan Child Christmas party. !!I!! \l
W. Will Begin Our Methodist Oiiutli \b'lvmcnt' '7 pm; ;: \1

GIVEN FOR DECEMBER DINNER NOV.. 23 Mrs. !H llOrrt,1I11; the former MLS
By Remaining Mrs L. D. McElfresh Mrs. ............ Wilma Cain of Hic-hnumJ. Ind., ,
4 Robert Gamer, Mrs F. M, Kra- More than 300 guests! 'were who, on lumksfiving!: ; Di;?' became Itesta
mer and Miss Mamie SYmonettewill present for the turkey dinner the bride of Bobby llir EECTRICIT
OPEN UNTIL 6 AM. be the! sponsors at the teentent.er given by the St Joseph( Cath- rell s m of Mrs Robert\ E !11.-l.
olic Church at the Civic Center tRFNARCNLY
dance Saturday night at roll of Stuutt The w xkfim>, washeld eP ern
I I ?:30 at the Civic Center. Mrs. In Nov. 23.Thanksgiving Table decorations motif. were Din" .at the home nl the brides; : If 7%
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R Mrs. Elmer Bcatty ,
C Johns
7 DAYS A WEEK Mrs. Wayne R. Page, Mrs. Grant ner music was provided. puttnli and the couple will live
Leek and Mrs Cecil Donaldsonwill Mr., Stewart Springer served in Van Mtrt. Olio. w liar! Hiroll a"a
serve on Dec. 11 and Mrs as hostess, Miss Elizabeth Kennedy recently, war tipxiuited| assistant
HARRY'S O, D. Hayes. Mrs. M J. Morrison, was water girl and Mrs. i muulgcr!: of Mimt(iiriMn a"t
BRUC AND Mrs. Dennis S Hudson Mrs" E. Ernest Rlcou made the coffee Ward stem in that otSCIIEDILE >.
D. Wells and Mrs Joe Constance Mrs Patsy McCord 'was In

Fed. Highway 1 Bid Indiantown Ubad Stuart Fla.TODAT on Dec. IS _- charge Mr. and of the Mrs.tickets Fred! Hendrickson FOR MASSESThe t

9 ATTEND DISTRICT of Jensen Beach, Mrs D. A. winter schedule for Mass> 'I N
GARDEN CLUB: !MEET Myers, Mrs. Nettle Snurbuschand services at St. Joseph's Catholic
Mrs T. Renake of Eden Church will begin SundaY. There
Those attending the 6th District helped In the kitchen. Serving will be services at S am. 8am 7
Theatre meeting of the Florida Federation I at the tables were Mrs. Mona and 11 ajn Mass at the Hobe The fact thlt Fir ( vr
( Stuart of Garden Clubs In Del- Ja "Anne and Sound church A 1WE
I D. Wallace, Misses will be at 10 a.m. L Conltantl/J
C 1 ._.
(Thurs.) Phone 14 ray Beach Tuesday were MisH Angeline Constance, Misses Bar- --- LurkL-1 1 mpl sir
ONLY B. Swlnglohurst president of bard and June Rynskl, Miss FREE COUNSEL
F" scLrdul.s
r late
by a r
I the Garden Club of Stuart Mary Diamond and Miss Johnne '
''L VanNess Mrs. Paul DcVllblss Langberg, assisted by Mrs. Nel- Looking or Advice and it nee Consider T I
: Mrs H. W Neall Mrs. 1. L.. lie Pezzonl Buddy Reins and about y r future? 1 best I Every minus of
s er.RB.Br Decker, Mrs. ames DuVall Mrs. Henry Bucher washed the dishes person I IIs to k tor such rl ance every day, si I use' !
I I I ''W. R. Leach Mrs J. E. Taylor Thanks are extended to ChlaI / one quail ed by tral g and in our Coun is 0 oN
4t e \ and Mrs H. H. Thayer. A splen- I holm's, Andy Tslmas of the Stuart experienceInformation t give you a best [ destroyed orally ,.
did meeting was reported by all I Hotel and Durwood Cottonof You It d that r dettro-JFd IIORE ed1NSULATOA
who attended. The 1949 district the St. Lucie Restaurant for person In you? fu. SS retry and 'y #

'1 1 SAXONCHARM I tol1.I meeting. was Invited to Clewis- I the their. dinner.help in the preparation of V tion.Air Fori< I ENOUGH FIRE r e Ins u. hick test SL1S

I --- lives, this counh ., r knows his | ance.-Iff ifaou helm The w sew cod $$2.31. ;
I I I z Mr. and Mrs 8. W.Ferguson of IEACIIS 'AT 1i ME' Ills duties a a guide ambitious be your rfnuie, t up 101.E /{ OR4E fi
I Wllloughby: Ohio arlved Saturday FOR GEORGIA COUPLE young n a a career I night?
i to spend their third win- \ Mr. and Mrs Wlllaford R. Kith prom ea er In the tod net(his bum'H temporal
ter season at the Atlantic Court Leach, were "at home" Sunday new Army er it Fu P. Learn Base ilea in ictual!{much lower than
"REMEMflR WHEN" 2 Reel Special I AptslIlllllllllllllUlTlHIlllllllllllilllllllllllU. I afternoon at their I home "Tuck- from this n n why he new pn wir But dm to adjustments made !
Adds-tt llTTLE LULU cartoon ahoe in compliment to Mr. and Army and Force on u young ED Mcestirt III| the iboonullg high prig f t '
an Mrs. Robert'J'. Ragan of, East- men more day than er be- ot hul oJ uJ otter increased toils,
RESSMAAL man, Oa This la the first of a fore. Me ecurity I sploy- REMLTOR ILItI 7II i $IT I'011ra1Y Hi price kilowitt-hour '
ONS series of "at-homes" to be glveu ment to long as you a rt. It. average per
FRIDA SATIURBAY '2 Big Hits a YNIF.'m.i by the Leachs Halt I*', 8. Army and S, P. (M Arcade e. paid bi out residential coshmtn n
She Ruled afcold Tof n e .lnd Hated All Men Archibald'' Swimming was enjoyed before Air 1 11'Comeau&a Recruiting Station at Pf>no 19 J M LAW s.. M.unr tenponnh) up 7J compared with 194L
tea Mr. and Mrs. Leach were
xcept eIk IM a. 'n 'TA Avtimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimitnntimiiiiiiiiiir Building
assisted In the entertaining by
1 Mrs Roy Sampley, Mrs. John E.
: / ;ahw:t ( Taylor Mrs. Harris\ Lowery and WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA !
al4ral./w Mrs Talmadge Wilson. ag

I v.tA4 y. ONLY 19 J! their Mr. yacht and Mrs Seaholm A. D. DuPont docked on at

)lI the City Dock: Tuesday night.
f They dock In the 'winter at the
dti Docks in Palm Beach
Australian :
{ I Shopping Days and their home port la Wilmington -
dr Del. While here, the Du- efts that please
Ponts visited Mr. and Mrs Hor-
| Till Christmas ace D'Ambroglo at the Edge-
I water Apts The DAmbroglos
S d Feature --
he Qyr III are building the Riptide Club
Agnes Burt es I tdi2400. i)'()i )j next to Snug Harbor E LANCE For HER Highness

AitoundmgdvcntVrea .t R. I
"SUPER N, N lI Nome D'Orsay VuI3al'l'Y I IReN
/ GENT I Elizabeth rden Cara

( An inside sforyfor'w n Yardley's Coty's

tilt t a t Hutlnut's 01 y

yes Surday Monday every.santa... '

BETTY CRABLE Drter Sets arches

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Williams MennCourtley's Stag Old Spice '

Kings en Yrardleys
u Pipes of Distinction --
i 1 RICHARD ARLEN.JAMES GASON 'K'en Kaywoo Yellow Bole

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NEWS k Honso and Zippo ',lltel w.Wrappin .
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MORE, "Trial of Donald Duck' (car n :""1D.Billfolds
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Tues Wed -- 2 Day Only -\Dec' .D.L..w1T .. .. fraud. Pen Main.adl..u1. .
I .PNra. J .a.nl sold 'and Gift Wrapping
iretShown D.e. rN .. Cards
N0W At Regular'E'rieesl! E.aetlfHie as 1l wyn 1st r.wJ litlarNw mad. e.addAlMe.a
S 'M J.111dW see.oet '
( MFOMETMU$B Of MITCH, WI Sao Tree Lights and BulbsDRUG "
of Elgin Watch thera's a rwnWk-.
Ui the beaus' every
able watchmaking jertlopmrou Lfgia's Dur>Pow r Mwnpruig. >
It eliminate 99% of watch repairs due to tad
maisopring bilurM,Tim diriiitmu make MmcoM you Iow, P
Supremely happy with an LJgin. CbooM that flgn: now. 'UART

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LIEN IXECUTOIII DIED Ocean Breeze Xsabelle Smith, In hair'curl- and gas stove bought their Bret [pllahment wa the musical comb open at that hour (14
Park pail
I I /x p C ,'k..1I tu ".",. a( Ylvpe I. ..... Kr too Y.www ..... trailer the next haw trall- the engineer slapped On' an *c- an af-nlght
: 'i l US "ENDEN'S1 .J 7.uu/d. en and dressing gown, arriving year lunch room
: I I:\1 Pbrlat.t.. DOMICILE AffIDAVIT at Grayce Benders' cabana In ered all over the United States. cordlan- 1ano record featuring Mrs Von ZeUaccomplished
t I I : \ N.nrd P.rrr K .I.: -== __Caw,. Dw.. I. Ta._P.blI.=--- 7 California Trailers Lead response to an urgent message, and Mexico. world famous artist, simply: neglecting 5etually Is
; I found a r a y ct had assembled Previous to becoming a trall- to mention the fact It piamgt: He dab
l' I, Sarah Miller, Clara Hyman, Helen erlte, Harry was associated in was a recording Dies tn olla and .terCOIOll
Week's 32 New ArrivalsBy Shozlmer and Edna Randallto the oil business with Ed Pauley Harry wa* pretty puffed up claims to be the II!
I' ; ,:f' f .. The Style Sh honor her birthday Festivities former Russian Ambassador and about,it all until he learned the I originator JAunt
'AGE 1 j pdy ZOLA gWARTHOCT '. featured cards, cake and ice Democratic adviser Mrs Von station wasn't heard outside Tijuana Alice or habit pijl
_ cream. Zeta (Jessie) owns the prosperous lug to an. 1 inside
I that the only place
and straitTiiiiiiiiimw
,UD Mrs M. 0 Barlow. Los Angeles, Birthday congratulations also "Tot' Shop" la Indianapolis .:
Edging out York leading '
vrvifl' i Wearing ApoJrel 1i I and Mr. and Mrs. C E. West- to "Mac" McLardy and Jessie and her son, Richard Plerson IllltllltllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIII111111If) 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInlll
',',1,,' t\ arrival-State for the past several lake, Geneva, Ohio Von Zell. wa one of the scientists who GRINER'S
: weeks of
:-! i by a score seven created the atom bomb for
"Pierre" Malone and "Gaston"WoodI
, II"" t, ,,: i SHIONS OF THE HOUR to fix, what undoubtedly u a Turkey trot; A-pot-luck"tilrt heroes of the episode of which he was awarded a Key i RIVERSIDE
I I'ahtt record in Florida traUertng history
followedby t RESTAURANT
per featuring turkey, by the V. 8. Government, symbolizing ::
: the "stuffed owl, are out to redeem -
wa established this week /
"V New anon Arthur Deho Bldg. games and Thanksgiving\ festivities themselves Next targets he was one of the 128 SPECIAL
WlthtJffaclUflT, I : when trailers from CALIFORNIA enlivened the picnic to be other birds "Ke," engineers and chemistsof Fried Chicken Steak, Oyster* and
; I 275 Osceola ye, tuart, Fla, led the parade of new arrivals quail and with Shrimp
ground Thanksgiving day. the 'world responsible for the
,(' ,\ at Ocean Breeze Park. the aid of a special "huntwagon HOME COOKED/
,lbl1 PotIuckera"en John and of the project.
01 ," under construction success
__ I'' now on
:> E Tasty, Delicious Food
1 The 32 trailers registered
... ( }/ ; Josephine Teves Herman and' the chassis; of a Model A Ford Although Harry Von Skis Jr"
( were: Mr and Mrs. Jay COrwin, Emma Arndt, Russell and Minnie .
announcer for Eddie Cantor ha
Pama, Mioh Mr and Mrs John Mrs: Myrtle Terrio entertaining MRS. ALBERT GRINERDrive
; Bollon John and Selma
{ appeared with Paul Whlteman
Comsty New tne. N. Y Mr, and members of the OES Circleof
9 ; Connell. Ray and Elsie McNab,
Allen and Dinah Shore
Unity Chapter, Stuart, In her In Curb Service
r R5 Mrs George White, Mllford PA., Fred and Lena Wright ROM Dlt- i
substituted for the late TomBreonemdn
Mr, and Mrs. A R Brick, Duluth I terllne and John CCConneUI: cabana' following Thursday afternoons among his other : r a NORTH *T. LUCia aiyca BRIDGI ON FED. *& |'

Cash Minn; Mr and Mrs. John De- brother and family and Mr and .business meeting! radio chores, and is now under IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIH"/ !!!!!!!!
taJb, Orandvllle, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs Ed O'Connell' and daughter Surprise" visitor to Mrs.. Rose contract to Columbia Pictures, II
aid ForUSED Your j I Mrs. O J. Weiss and Albert Celeste, 'visiting from Schenectady DltterUne last week wa* Mr
the elder Von Zell has appearedon
{ l CAR '''.... Weiss, Plainfield Wls; Mr.and N, Y LOrin Scott, owner of the Scott
the radio once
3"I 1Il Mrs. James Hackelt, Pitchford. I Russell: and Margaret Welf- Trailer Court Schenectady, only SILLY ?
See Us Before That Wall over a Mexican radio
Mich. N. Y which
; Mr and Mrs. Jack Carroll camp at her husband -
fenback L. D
: Mr and Mrs Arthur
station when the station man
You Sell or Buffalo: Mr and Mrs. Ho1- Ezra, currently has his r
I I Clara and Robert Seal
l /v-: + TradeUCKER'S bellard, Utica, N. Y.: Mr and celebrated and Thanksgiving together I trailer parked He reported MrDltterllne ager introduced both Harry, Brand 1j fn No More So Than Ri.llip,,
Mrs E. will be Ocean Jessie then announced
I T. Banard San Bernardino heading
; Mr and Mrs 8. 1' Powell I would the accordlan Your New
Harry play
SUNRISE MO 0 COMPANY ;' Calif; Mr and Mrs. Owen, friends Indian Breezeward soon t By
5 $11-ea s, DIXIE POST E PHONEii 1M San Leandro, Calif.;, Mr. and River dined with Road Herb and on Hazel Mr and Mrs Arthur Okerlund, accompanied by Jessie, at the \C (
; Inadequate
-- Mrs Scott, piano. Before Harry could explain \ or
Howard C Trenton
Cassell "turked" with "Mae" and Olbbstown, N. J.. visiting the
ii N J.; Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gladys MtClardy Joe and Jerry Ed Okerlund.; Mrs.. Dal Sterling, his only musical accom- Unsafe' Wiring
Qulnlan Royal Oak Mich.,, Mr. McNamara, Bill and Dorene resident manager London Terrace I
t and Mm. F E. Fall-brother, De- Feet, Loren and Opal Baker and New York, guest of the r
Pere Wls: Mr. and Mrs A. K. Mr and Mrs. .Ceda St. Pierre, en- Gordon Swarthouts RIO SEE (lis
XACO Balland, Los Mr, NURSERY ??
Angeles and route to Miami from Delaware; Mrs. Clara Vaught reports 24 FOR GUARANTEED
@ Mrs W C Sheets and daughters Helen Mast Laura Wright Mr women from Ocean Breeze at-
Markle Ind.; Mr and Mrs. F; L. Babcock entertained by tended *ensen Beach Community Ornamental Plant
4 + ( SERVICE STATION I E. F Brearley and A. F, Brear Geneva Dies;,. Alex and Chloe Church Circle last Wednesday -
y OUS ley, Vestal N Y.; Mr. and Mrs Oroshans had as their guests BLU GREEN Fertilizer I
MARFAKWAJBRICATION I Dean Probst and mother. Pleas Mr. and Mrs, James Clef!, and This week the Parks "breed
TEXACO AND ltESTON PRODUCTS antvllle, N J.: Mrs Loralne Van Mr and Mrs. E.Edmlnston, Daytona ing"about: the famous Dr Erich Insecticides
We Wash, Loricate and Pofch Your Car Aslt, Atlantic City: Mr. and Mrs. Beach; Mr and Mrs. Elmer Restlns new trailer platform
Ira ,I' Cour us, Efficient Service J. L. Roberts Lakewood Ohio; Murdock motored to Danla for and his faithful dally wateringof mt Foods
Mr and Mrs O Watson, Abse- Leo same. His neighbors are euri-
and and
the holiday
OPEN 70; A. M. TILL 00 P. M. N J Mr and Mrs. T Beck,
; can ; Blanche Hare. Charlie and Margaret >ous to see just what this man of B DAYS A WEEK Saratoga N. Y.: Mr and Mrs. Hall and Bud and Ruth science hope* to grow; Vent j
V 1 R PATRONAGE APPSECIAI Loren Baker Allegan, Mich.; Mr Griffiths made up a party at th* ; Welch new paint Job on his
F 4 1 275 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY and Mrs Russ Abbott, High J Blue Goose car; the oldster I completely
Springs Fla: Mr and Mrs BenJamin stealing the show at the tri-
C England, Woodstown, The Note elan gathered at weekly dances: Frank ((0-73) A $ TA -" DOING A BIG BUSINESS
rR Pr N. J.. Mr. and Mrs M. O Bar- Harry and Queens apartmentfor Hawkins magnificent MClng the
Phone 3 a festive Thanksgiving Present SQUARE DEALS
CDI rro1M low, Los Angeles; Mr and Mrs. jam-packed Community H a I II t;
SER L were Granddaddy
Sam SymOnds and children,
I shuffleboard enthusiast crowdIng -
Wells. Me.; Mr. and Mrs E. W Harry father son Dick and wife the courts Is a tournamentIn Phone ,
Calif. Mr, Jerene, with children Deann and
terson. Hollywood
; the wind? The enthusiastic
ATRACT.p t1 Mrs Joe Simpson, South Paula Jo.; son Gene and wife crowds trouping in alarming 3551
Alice with children Barbie and
O. Calif: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. numbers to the "Hotel Palmetto
Ka%. Camden, Mich; Mr, and Cathy; Mr. and Mrs., Harry Bug" on 6th Ave. South. The
Lawrence Jerenes patents ;
genial host of the Ed
"hotel. .
Queenas sisters Mrs Clara Hyman .
: i ir Mn ./ Ap.NQ" and Mrs.Sarah Miller with and Helen Okerlund, servingmidnight ,..umRAKDW
FI. TNI. A..aM. A.k. T w. C4r WE VJUY -- Junk, Mrs Miller daughter and) son- macks and early All

lit A kw, TXI. A..I.tb. 1N.uNeI O $II50.OO0.oV. wreck cars, strap in-law. Mr and Mrs Douglas morning breakfasts to the Von SASH DOOM
Zeus, Kella, Arnolds Cleffl and. r
Arnold, their daughter, Sarah
and '
d brass Pattersons rWTDCEMENT
tf copper
t ,'< f i Know Your Neighbors Parents '

V ( Abstract & Title Insurance Co. SI! 0'S From Snorky-baltbox:'Arrival of the famous radio an-; 0 FLOOIUNG
nouncer Harry Von Zell. Jr. Mr SIDING
AUTO S ot bluefish sending anglers to
and Mrs Harry Von Zeu
V ROY S. STATES the beach in ever-increasing
Executive VJCe-President South Dixie ighway numbers, with Bob Seal check parked on eth Ave South next*
to the "Hotel Palmetto .
4t 4tI Arthur Dehon Fort P'Pho ing In a Sty-pounder Henry: Bug Hobe Lumber & Inc.HPSCOOCCWCacm
Building Stuart Florida Oren and Eugene Hubert coming the Originally Von Zells from started Los Angeles jaJound SuppKCo., .
I campingout
up with nine averaging 2 to
r: ---- -- --. .. ..- .. i1 3 Ibs and James Clef mum- three year ago In a station Eo J. ARNOLD Owner ;
-- --- ---- -- wagon equipped with a-mattren
bling something about 28 (un-i/

.if, seen Mack). Costello'Steve" Stephens weighted down and t t t t( !(i'<<,<
with 101!y,+Ibs bottomflsh anda .
i ''I I. 1!its Ib pompano, caught at the r -
'1$1.$ OUGHT A COtfEIN Inlet on live I shrimp, topping 1I '

t .:r previous record of 60 small I .: I .
trout, "Blondle" Marshall and
party aboard his Mary E, land- I
ed 28 channel bass and croakers:
If Y1j\\ "Tex" Tatum and Hans Ander'

son relieving the Inlet of 60 Ibs i
l' ; 1886- STILL DOES .snapper and sheephead; Rose

I, Alpeter, 12 tb moot on bunker,
Jensen bridge: Neal Martin, 23
lbs. snapper Three Mile Island; 9
I I V / Bill Talley, It trout, four hours
!fL.' 1 xV from bridge,. Roy Chllds, two

.: knock bridge. total 'weight i 30 lbs, ij"; '- BICYCLES OUR

I <; Snorky'i fishing .tip of the FOR .
week: hot spot for bottom fish
} !, i, .f' : Is from channel markers No 311 Boy and Girl 9
\ to No 310 off Scwell Point, out. I
: If going tide seems best '

Oasollne Alley; The Jack Sho- TO 42.50
mers, Mr and Mrs. Av L. Banger $ DIRECTOR
L ? Frank Babcock, to Miami; to
us West Palm Beach: Ruth Clef
'j 4 Jessie Von Zell. Helen Okerlund; I

F parsers Blanche Ruth and and Bud Leo Griffith Hare; Mrs and. TRICYCLES !$9.7 To $\ 9j
s t tk Mirror Malic Pressure. Cooker
Rose Dltterllne, Mrs Jennyj
Shirley and Mrs Hazel Spencer ti
(& 1z4b % Card party\ winners: Mrs A.' For' A *, Revere ,Ware, Electric,

,. C. Blr, bridge; Mrs. Geneva''
.. Dices, BOO; Mrs, Margaret Payne, )I Permanent Lasting.GIVE G i Iron, Percolator, Toasters, j
I pinochle Each will be hostess of y 5
lr I IK f I 4sreasSAEUS '" 'I' the respective clubs next week j Coffee Brewer, Aluminum

k k H ... I D Kitchen Ware, Dishes, Roaiter .

ere, Ecoline Stainless Steel ,

1 4. t s R2M PJ.INKS!l i U; Quality ools Mlardw a Kitchen' Ware and Many

i'w Other Item
7 Fort Fierce Phone 441'

w All residents of Jenyn
i Beach, Kobe Sound, S !

art,'and Jupiter who r/ay lit w.7la .

be Interested In the n vly ,
}I developed eonstriJllon ,;

,11 p iraetices using cotjrete
eta and pre eaa labs Wheel,Toy,' Electric: Train, Erect et*, Christmas
to the( with cfcrete

: blocXand all aVlialed W Tree Light, Construction Toy, MooS Airplanes*,

.I I : : .1.1ate our matenak loc. should Fre if itatJve.on tact Chemistry Outfits and Wonder Tinkertoy Builder

Your bull >roblemsincluding

1 '
Ilift. .. .{I'.. and, metal ndowalcanbe

..I .I. ,;"r'l' calling econom o lljr solved by S fi ART HARDWARE: ) CO.

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J. Qfark Johnstone :PREW'IJNC.: : mWtMo1'COJCER''

I .omi. UHtii.AuiNoutv or 4m coc .coi EOMPANV.v [! ,

N T', PALM BEACH COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, u. 101 France Apia,. Stuart 211 OeteolaAve.I "Plrogks 108 t. A5'wrtFla: ,' '

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MEETING SLATED: HERE iQtaoisssaazaocapg : Corpse,. OliO 'J. lllit..... _.. .
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Chiropodist Foot I.s. Salerno Civic S I I Week's Leg k1 ] Ol.i. S.t .1. I. Ie lows Gab Cm.M.I. 5.05. ft w.Oi ttoml. Ike of An oreanlzaUon eonferencf, g Association .. .. .......*. Domloiiiual. Cmpur to .'to.... Seen.. Owmiwiv. '?
f for 1 r'G.DG b Post r D. W. ad... lIme W. Dess.e .5 .s to 1.4
L Division 8 of pKar, ...
FREDER Florida i Instruments .1 s1 to IjJVh
KlwanU !6caoe=r BT lorsU ( J ... An.r. .. W. Row.
will be held al the Woman' =ra: e GLADYS H. PERRY SOc:=.:=: : on_l Inilliiium Du"4wnnt 00. to" W. A. falnm. tt uiG to a.MII! A5..a. '
I AV the v ClMMNI 'M W.ll.r. D. W. a....
Nov. 17 M t. L.
Club Dec. It meeting of the Mrs. Brown and Mrs.: Smith were W v/.x ....... M us. r
under direction 01): 'association two I .t..s.awrWel I. per.l.pts.wt .Coa.ssl 5. ..nr* W. GMMI to AlWrt (J_ M' ',;
George Keith, lieutenant-gover new member th, chaperons Nov. SI. A.....'. .. Jnoa tO ii is Arnold R, 0...0-s w N.sry' W. ROM. D. W. awn 0..... W. (01,_ lo KMlwriM .&i;,; "
were admitted and we were IN.II_. .. ... .Ilerb.n. "1> a r. t. */",". *., U.nl.l I w.: awe .. H. M. ....d_ .\
nor-elect Of the division. All happy to welcome! back with A report of the activity of the T. T. o.e..._ a y to Fgmwt te/r.et..... J. M. W...... to H. 10. IUniKl.r.. Ans. (. tl.. so real tM at ..s.C outgoing presidents and all 1949'. Mrs us ,.,..tI... ...a.......... Slur M o. U Wlllh 1.. .I..t..' 1In.--.ot, eo...., 1o W. Cuthb.0 M n* tn AUMrt 55....
R, r. Martin Cout children a I. Yl.ntun. ,
Saunderson. y Committee t.l.rt IlIIIer .. rlt to ... ,.... RESOLUTION 7S ,
offIcers Vii.
of the clubs in the di It WM Voted that U... pWoo.o I. 'wM.. ot WI It AsMM. fw..vr R. I. al.aon I. N. 10. 110........ Cbrnt' CMrl.eor b w.om. M 11y/w'r'
vision are scheduled to attend have charge of diet Roman was given by Mrs. Gladys IO...t. .B. Or.ff M' 5k. t, form ...!I.dl.nt- ,.. l..Itest t'Ase.s. 55 Wos.tn. ,..."
r tIP starting at 10 a.m.until adjourn- ing the floor to make.recondition-It suitable the Perry County A delegation Commission attended meeting Valentin MnHlii*.r. RtttM tend ... Thnkw" Con deea'tie'f' )'f, a.fC: ..Y1dap' f.irfr:01 n.", '1\\
t ment about S, Keith aid. Two for dancing, and that It be done Nov 17.Mrs. ffmilon M Adum Cattto. c........ I
lltto will attend be taken out from I the first week In December. Rot Charles Conrad was absent ......t 4)) o MORTCAGCH ,, to Minrar 0.Swum, XCOUTANT }/
church and ea man is also chairman of the because of H.rWrt 5.55.M t. Mww.r,4O.twas.
Illness and Or.
dinner at the club, Christmas Juplur. lilaH C* ip.., u CUr. S.St. ONLY 19 | .
committee and It Is man Eele.lona "
reported \Ill Jahw.
.at. CtrsT. I expected gala celebrations will after an operation In New 'York. 0.mw. CupIt O. H 81 twfe. :OMMEfr L PHOTon IWr :
t tP
Gu,ato::,. *,,:|k' (? Th.: fMI, I be set during the holidays. There The association voted thanks Cec.My Kiu.rt B.rk.IM Coap.nr .'' Fd.ralyirat tl .
Aii ukrrihi"p'5i'"MfeDEATH : i j will be a recess in holding I II the to Mrs. Chris Miller\ who has ILrlnn S.o.l.and 1'.11.I..s C..f....vet. :;::. : 1. Real Estat ,htraphy ;
t 'yi 'a so to W.
ienTlinCATt'H4 | parties during this season. worked faithfully\ on the Christmas Grauer.R1n". I Shopping Days |?
I j;LEASE AGREEMENT H J.1. SI I., I A dinner was served last committee and turned over .t. 10tts.0b. (dm P4.B.ril ch.8av* r Attractive Photo of Yo j| futiyr Party and Catch.. 4
1 L I'rUh rr ",. to bnaboard. Oil I night to raise money for immediate $50 for further kitchen equip Kl.lt W, HtMMl .. <.lr to CltliwMoll4
-- .-. necessities of the associa ment. She stated there wouldbe a... ., 5t...10 Till Christmas M rfb\.ERIALPH ? V
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----- I Won, ko NIIIOI U Ad. Ilk CII"" PORTRAITS PHY.
and .
an elaborate meal was further returns later as there *.- ... .
I under the capable supervisionof are still orderslo be taken care RMOMI Bhwn Ie M.mrt O. II...... till t'.. I Krueger.))3 igs.. Box 263 Phone: 324k ,
( Mrs. Kate Fortensen and, her of; At the same time she asked ...-.>".<= J-,stile !Corpses! Irfftrn :t( ",vh1V'i 1 v i : e
BY JINGO"Jenaen committee.An. SATnrACTION"oPMOITaAG ... ..
; II everyone to buy all their cards ... ( _
extensive discussion .took from her ta help the associationat c.04.505"5...... C.arlj luik is PbS T. .t ,
Beads place on ways and means of this time. She has various! JnraH Wtllltu" .( M t> A. t. WUkUHoil ,
I making Youth Night Increas- stationeries as well as all typesof a us. ,kc... K1.U. Is Ad..-..'Chrl.b ,
DINNERSShrimp ingly Interesting'for' the young' greeting cards. Yn.en.Anwd C ,
rkl filers ; people. It was suggested that We are happy to welcome back D...,..:,.01 W....11.11 .t u. to Rotes W,
hkken committees for each age group Mr. and Mrs Roy Decker and LIEN USE OUR BUSES .
Jeef Pork Ha be and that Itu.rt PlurW" .. ono 10eW. Wlto SeCbax. ,
formed these Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrod 5.5.....* And V.mon CkHua
PrerAim Been Choice< ines youngsters compete In planning' who are four of our faithful a sa

For CBd Food -- Cood Drinks! and a C d Time detinUe'games and programs for Northern members. 'woo T h.WARRANTY.. to lesoe CII...... : SERVICE AND '
leiuealnc)> MABEL NELCO themselves. Any money raised! The County bulldozer has been WIIlWs. T. .....t.G C C. w.li : to FOR ECOHOflV ,
EY at ,
Mgr, "; ;
among themselves could be smoothing out the grounds A. Bxrm 'H ill to Could N. I
spent on games or further: around-the building which affords B i..
I recreation > W.rIe 1. Eo vw SCHEDUJ DAILY
OG Odot equipment of as they i a great Improvement. e
or o desire. It was also planned that! Members are asked to bring rr'W..lt.r U......... .) .. t. Hirtorlto (Except Sunday)
.. ...
FREE YOURSELF parents be visited and asked shrubbery and plants to deco- G.A.G.J. Wllklo t .t .1 A''........ ?
''I II personally to act as chaperons: rate outside. Conrad will set a test.. a.0.Cl.rs (
FROM flUlR CARE ,, in turn each week on Youth ", Saturday afternoon planningand S 't loh b Jup/bv' 5.50,4. Read Down) SO BOUND (Rea p) NORTH-BOUND ;

FOR THI SEASON Night. The cooperation and interest planting time, and everyone 8:00a: U30a; 33:3Op: Lv. art; Pierce r, OOa :30p: I 5:30p:
A I of the Salerno parents is Is urged to cooperate to make 86a: 11 ;45a ft:45p: Lv.tv its City Road v :, : 5:15p:
ojoy a shot oftly curled and i' extremely necessary to make the grounds as pleasing to the
toured hi do for the sea* I Youth Night a constructive and eye as the interior of the build- friiia: ll8a: 3fgp: 'Lv. Eldr j (V. 1.Martin)* 9:42a: 1:12p: 5:12p:

n's frecdoilafum Let Marjorie tr ,,, ,- effectively( ) successful venture. ing. 8:24a: U:54a: 3:54p: .Ankena J v. 9:36a :06 :O6p
give a brisk new 4 a r --- T:27a ll:57a: 3:57p: Lv. Walton'8:83a v. 9:33a 1:03p 5:03p:

iiir cut and a velf youthful o : 12Q3p: 4:03p LvTEden '1"8:40a Lv. 9:27a 12:57p : 77p '
coking perman t. Then just o : 12 ::10p 4:10p: Iv. Jensen (O'Qu' Lv. 9:20a 12:50p: 4:50p:

us A a be comb off thr to h efreg your food hair The County Agent's ColumnBy 8:47a 12:17p: 4:17p: "Lv. Rio (Tackle Lv. 9:13a: 12:43p 4:43p:

Res. 9:00a 12:30p: 4:30p: Ar.Stuart (R all is )Lv. 9OOa 12:30p 4:30pS :
L. M. Johnson

'Victory Salon Certain feeds affect the colorof r : 4OOp Lv. Fort errs ay On11:30a r. 1:30p 6OOp:

pea y a egg yolks. Hens; fed considerable Pastor ll45a 4:15p Lv.ll48a W e ity Roa l:15p: 545p '.1
W20SUPHOLltERING Victory Arcade do00 quantities of yellow corn ; 4il'8p tired v 1:12p 5:42p11:54a

anti alfalfa leaf meal and other : 4:24p: r- Ankona v. .06p 5:36p I II
0 OHO-
feeds that are high 'In At County I
-- green 11:57: 4t27p .Walton Lv. 1:03p :33p12:03p

carotenoid elements and' vitamin 4:3: Eden v. 12:57p: 5:27p12:10p :
I A are likely to lay eggs with Jail Nov 21
dark ornpge-yellow yolks: Hens : 4' p Lv. Jensen v.
fed cottonseed meal may lay 12:17p .47p v. Rio (Tackle o.) v. '(2:43p: I I ,

Your Furniture ade Like New I eggs with olive-colored yolks. If Prisoners\ of the Martin County U Qc'! YLINUS 12:5: OOp: Ar. Stuart (Rexa'll Store '15 3Op SOOp 1 1StuartJan '' ';1
are fed pimento peppers Jail Nov 21 listened to
port Tops ft Seat Covers I they will lay eggs with dark red- Dr. Charles Arthur Carriel 15c. Rio-Stuart lOc. Jensen-Walton lOc. Walton-Wbite City Rd. 10
YClk dish-brown yqlks. "Off colors" White City Rd.-Fort Pierce lOc. 't1
FOR CAR 1 resulting from feed do not affecti minister of the Presbyterian t I\\ '

VE ARE PREP D. i I the edibility or nutritive' value Church tell the story ot.the first Sup t and Save 10%. Buy Monthly Tickets. Ask Driver .' ,. .. .
eggs. Thanksgiving .by the Pilgrim
To. band) An& ize Jobestimates I __-_ fathers, His half-hour" serviceat Trace anufacturing ,SUNRISE .TRANSIT Inc.Fort 'iA
| As a result of heredity, the ;
i t
VVlthoxl Obligation 1 forequarters of milk > p.m. was entitled "I was In
some cows
less than the prison and ye came unto me." BOX Ibis FORT Pt [ 868 Phone 610 Fort Pierce, Fla. r
WORK JpUAR/WTEED I are developed rear t
quarters and consequently, give From his pulpit Sunday morn*I
i less milk because of the smaller Ing Dr. Carriel announced his
mount of mllk- ecreting tissue jail service saying "some men
leneral AJpflplstering to sing would help. He not

Lung worms may attack calves only had 'four men singers turn
under 0 months of unless up but two musicians to supply
M Osceola An. Stuart, FlatS the animals! are age kept on appropriate music. Dr. Hollls E.
high, dry ground and kept.off Potter, Atlantic Court Apt:,

1 permanent r\b\ until they er rendered My God on To his!Thee.mandolin" Cap'n"Near M.
are f months old. parasitesoften PElT
I are prevalent In old grass L Flagg played two numbers on I R E

sods grazed by mature cattle or his Prisoners banjo. entered Into both
on ground to which water drains
'* Whel the Food's from the cow-lot. singing and service with appreciation
"Even!: Jail food
Dr. Carriel "would be Thanksgiving -
I It soil on which oats are to be-
Goocl the Word .for starving millions In
planted is very acid, it Is advisable -
r 1 ton of lime the world who are eating from
t to apply an T1

Get! ArQund i acre rapid before growth planting.It is 1JCe good to garbage by piles.that The hardy first group Thanksgiving MY PLEDG

: apply 200 Ibs. an acre of 2-10-4 seekers for religious liberty who i

I i S-8-S.The or plaster""-5 bag-worm fertilizer an which acre. came small when on allotment ground'the Mayflower constituted of corn was which their a To the itizens and Taxpayers of Stuart t

today ymbolli- a
food. Turkeys
flat seed about'
resembles l a grey,
,Co food {a a topic most p&ple I half an inch long woolen, U rather commonly and the ing Thanksgiving Pilgrims" menu were until not they on Published in tflis ,Paper December 4$, 1947..0ne Year Ago
found on rugs
I carpets and other such articles eventually made friends with
e y. Tliat'i how so many lew I that are made from animal fi- the Indians." 4

itomers keep finding out a utRestau' I With bers.will a Spraying f control per cent the Infested DDT pest oil areas solution Ilo\vTo Relieve Taxation Jndebredness Relief

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When flower seedlings show BronchitisCteamulsimreli This and is originatideayfcr the security and welfare of everyone
I four true leaves, they may be was, my
i s's ant I transplanted to Well preparedbeds tesproinptit mute making their home in the CityNcf wart, as well ail for the coming genera '

:, where they are to. bloom. It R right to die sea of th .den few realize the mdEmg of the present Bonded Indebtedness
) tions. Very
A cool, cloudy afternoon 1 Ia best m p lnmea end expel 9n
: transplanting seedlings.' .wd. tinder.aid stun infl.nel p, roachW the end against their homes and their oVrty as well as against the City of Stuart.I .

Come in and TASTE for, yourself Ij drueglseto
ENROtlEMEKT GAINS mum sell sea bnneaTellp boHle of oondslaa'with have made an unbiased, dtfailed seflJ h and study of this sad indebtedness

Our menu lists V Urge selection' enrollment Tallahassee.has-Florida increased School almost the era ti ,edersnndieg qukldy all 5 thos matt hits after which I obtainajjr the highest Tass legal advice regarding this

48.000 In the last 12 years. According you. to Mw ynnCR e beck. deplorable situation -Jftiave learned it c J be remedied. t '
and the practical. to a 12-year enrollment SION
prices are MU
study made of Education by the State Florida'Dei for Cough hes C sBronchltis HELP ME WITH Y UR VOTE SO I CAWlD YOU THROUGH "
partment "

from ;JB8.760 In 1934-S7.the start
of the 12-year period to a new i ..

high Of 448,672 In 1947-48. One year agojpost people in Stuart considered this l radical statement.

Restaurant tlalW' iKSw I.WARRANTY W. 11:. "..d....... STUART Much process haJBeen made in the public's knowledge of ou taxation" troubles

I). K.. .).<..>.. t.* Ron Wall, 'J'.. HoW inly bonded indebtedness... \
r go o ds Vackt" H.\1.1.'k.0. Banitow t SINCE since then, w j our '
=--=: ----- 191, people of Stuart that Ish II. continue
r Win' or jJfe, t i promise you good my

vigorous, unping.efforts towards relieving our businesses and hdiyies of this {

WATER W. atrocious jjibt which I claim is illegal!

q 'pselalls.In EI 'a two-fisted man who is not afraid to fight for your interests. I

I Hard. Red, Cor.-os. entalsor Tour. Vote and Support Appreciated December 14th.

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: ; OFFICE RELOCATED LIVESTOCK: SALESJacksonville RUT.. VEGETABLE i2iS to $U5 in brought the Fort I2.18675 Pierce .to area mature 1* warm cam-Ioma\o.-\
weather fast
IJt f ; J Waterways Type 'of Aerial Dec. livestock PRODUCTION GAINING The

ARMSTRONG Effective Monday the too' moved to market in substantial ......
,I LINOLEUM Pierce Veterans\ AdmJnlstrsitlo volume during the last week, despite Jacksonville Dec S-'Reports hall 111I I III III I.IIIsII1111111111111I I11111u Hull..III IIIIIII! II I III 1l1II1I1I1I1I1I1I1U11iiiiiiii I ,
mi i
Markers by Mosley '
Urged irult
' I : and office now .U located In Rooua. the Thanksgiving<< Inter- from throughout Florida '
: I r lude, latest available figures Fil-0
area The Maiic'
fi't and vegetable producing
PACE I t Arcade Bldg corner 0 fl ew Nojdej
ASPHALT TTLE from 11 Florida tales centers '
,, I. Orange Ave and 4th. st. Mov. I jtriuled from the Miami Herald j) The report lists these facts about' showing 3,090 head of cattle and4,25tJ tell of Increasing volume of shipments :
CUD f, Installed by Ing the office from 105 Atlontl C'i' lho kind of light used on (Ind aviation in Florida: hogs handled, according to in the week Just closed .* Installed On All Our Pumps '
AT VJ. : L ''I. ExpVrt Mechanics Ave, will, be more convenient, ,:i tuitt, wutcfwiiy may guide private Florida ranks seventh among consolidated figures in Jacksonville and Indication are that the For :
veterans, their dependent an
; 9 i q beneficiaries seeking aaslstanc,e I licI"! to emergency night landings the. 48 State In total number of(, offices of Florida. State trend will continue tor some Sal Economy Conveniep j

d' it"I {, and advice from the VAbecaus sales Market,four These State-operated figures covered and time given good weather," said ROAD SERVICE
spanPalm ,: the Arcade Bids<< Is more centrally II ) stave J5.uk' Motley)' of Stuart to build a road 20 feet wido s I T t n independent markets. William L. Wilson, director Of Clinton Spra Wax Caf I
,,{ I located In the city, Lloyd F:. m al li,f of the lamed: "Smilm" Jack" from Miami to Sitka. Alaska, a Seven of the reporting markets Florida State Market, in his Products

Wlthifaclll .t ': ',, Hardy,.officer.. In charge... slate:1'1 vi'I ink Mn'iV who Is ilwlrrmm of( distance of 4 340 miles Airport gave figures showing a cash week end report, STUART\ERVICE ATION
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'(. f.( ttClC'< slbly 1 1I jChuinhtf! Commerce, Slit anT highways kept up by the. State the Fort fierce State Farmer w,4ate.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlIIIIIIIIIIIltlllllIll
... :' mini rvpurt dm loses that the dlHK Road Department ASSOCIATION TO !MEET the market has IIIIuIIIIIIII IlnhlHuIInittittunNI, .,
, I, ;, Telephone Ft. /ierc\799 I .,I hAS been nogutiutmg! with There are more airplane In Tallahassee Dec, 2.-Forestry Market reported 67,000
t' Collect for Fret Esti\ate. ?ONLY 19 Florida than there and park legislation for the handled approximately
f tfI ItlN maniifuturen of the marker now were In 1849 session U expected to be crates of tomatoes during the
I'' ',; We are equip/ed to n. .,I 1'I'II lights used. OM ili.iniu.l8 of Inland! (he entire United States 20, years considered at the 26th annual week ending Nov. 26 at prices ro GIG one 265
1 ; die all types > l I'f' .' and commer/ial install 11' I| "There) seems to,bo some pros. Florida ranks 8th In the nation and Park Association at the total ale...amounting to $248.92520 .- I our JOBS '
tions gf Shopping Days | *,* that this type of light could In number of pilots. I' Recreation Service Center in A total of 5,201 bushels BUST OLLRATH
3,. i sTill .' l Ix. ,',<"inmicalv) provided far un- 'Before the war. Florida ledall Gainesville Dec 14 Principal of cucumbers, waxed and. Pack.j ARE
y ', Griffin- cker Inc. t'' I' speakers, are to be President J ed. sold from Si.25 to $
;'I'I FLOOR jfcoVERINQSSCO to* Christmas N" I ;swld lighted fields in Honda Mosley was other considered I Slates the In ainnnrklng only comolete and: mills. Miller of the University,of teal sales amounting to (9,452.IS, EXACTLYRIGHT JTie umber'''
f n I I Florida and Sen Spessard L ,and 608 bushel tubs of Florida 1
,' S. Di/ie Fort Pierce .
I ly marked State. During the Holland. Wonder pepper averaging Irons C
'tf ct: ( t: (tet.: ( .! 1 the military services obliterated I FOR
I --i suiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii I I I l I I II 11:111111I: III I 11I1 II II I I Ill 1 III I STAHOMWSARfHIGH
the 1,081 alrmarkers.
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Starting from scratch In 1946. | Craft Clothe Quick, D ends-U6
| HouseVf Clipper f
f. :I l the State Aviation Division began I I 'dm** SERvrtWt
fil 7MI IGHTb restoring the airmarker system
''l I Most of( the pre-war 1.081 were AKfc f(|D1PP D TO HANDLE ANY SIZS JOB

Our 'tag Time | put up with WPA money but :: I STIMATES SUBMITTED

I tlicres none of that now The J ; .
"h'I ,I Federht\ Government has given --
I Ii' Sandwich or Lat upp1'I o ; 11,550 for the restoration work to ---- ---- Voljifath Plumbing Service

I I date, and 204 airmarkers are in -- ,

''ljiJ'1'I t. Rice ys Res tat I | l iice.Moiley. testified personally .to_ :: OPPOSITE tt LUCIE COUNTY UNit 5 5 '31L/Akron, Ave LARRY VOLLRATH Stuart, n..1
= 109 S econd Street Fort Pierce =
value of kirmarkers
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t la T .
I ape I> 1 1 i "I've been lost In almost every -
I '. i' 1 ) pasture between here and ,.
.' : ., I' l'' '\ : Yak. Alrmarker are as imxirtant a s j'"INsrta
I to the private flyer u road 'tA I

t I.. L T tar Rooms, Apartments and ft talHo I : '1 1 ,! ;iiu; are to the motorist Spent ,;, MARTI COUNTYI Cony

with us.Jf At HomeStay

'I L. FULFOR4eaf 10th Ca idI
t'.nt At Home: I Marti*

; RIYISET; RENTING Celebrated I County

PRU \\fCEMENT I Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business

0, Eox No 4 Ocean who
at Breeze,
: oath rado AinueConstruction I .

'rt"I\ "1 1'fi Stuart Phon, F 17 a : ( : trailer the created stage pulling by Hurry a miiiui Hoke Get Mile of Wear ; r PITCHFORD'S : For Floor Sanding I Qf '..j

\;' i: :\ I I) the, and occasion In the allowing order In behind which *ECAPYO ; I CAMP :,i and Finishing

\\\'fi ', first arrived at Ocean Breeze, roar RLNT That I r. Guarant .

1 ,, the Somers Hursts Middle- ad.r n_ to t). or A.. .. ow and Boat PI.l
ence Crifhthar Halls, McUrtvi. I I
I I I 'i I McCauleys. Each ''A Shopping Days
: couple
I'F pull call
1 I : r Phone 193D I |' the trailer which carried colors, I C H' A S O N' 5 j I I' Bait Fe ul

t tI 1 : i, 7 U dozer with Blady6r| Rake i I they had' of originally the State come from In which ad- Service Station, ACII cc son Till Christmas

h So Y2 Yard gline < ) to appearing on the program I 'H'". AT covnyY saAncE Stuart 32 'I. .
See U nine couples also served as .,.:z-: -- -__ Ct(.':: .(t: I(!<<
t:i, or committee.
f Clearing ing Ditching, party of
} Following period enter
I t ,"tl' e 1 1 Ac. i i : by "Happy" McCauley."teran Docks,, I CONCRETE
; stage star, the final tableau I Foundations, Fleeq
] the pageant was presented. The Seawall? Driveways, Sidevelka
; _..htt" m parted on the entire four II Blocks, Brick Drs'
:'". :' iterations of the Hoke family, all Boat Hoi es Uncle Billy Tile, Septic Tanks.la .
'I' : whom, With the : of sez. F+ding
exception I .
1 ;' Jifld f All Type. Of( Irme e
tt" SFJI. 1111. t Ol(1L p ( children participate in (he ac ......... Everyth io Cots s
,. of the Conntmctid.Ivan i i... (!Re.dmO" by 1M Mob., c.. r, WJIUw. ).
management park un "
t I I | the direction\ of Harry Tailor DUNTIL
i"" oar oe. mo. luabb.-.4 a p.no. may par.a N a s.t d h av. Expressing the of I
''l ( appreciation P. o BO |M 1, l_ DECKE
good b.bnq, Ma To bav. po.r I..t Y In mat con., ti. wh ofe' ( ) guests who have found\ ",1111.lilln PHONE 4 I Th' work was hard and x936 Phon 7 APLENTY
1 and happiness on the 23 ''
on the ranch
n.giod and earl..s k yaw I..th an Is n d d ens by all I '' which the Hole family has -
: f.< J"I! ; from the jungle and beautid. /. wher' I was bornl' We didth' -
n Too bray se. .Isom d iay.i4od.m I I -
Wesley LeFever, dressed in I >chore by lantern, at
I I',.; ., ,, d.ne.aY, through dopm a mad. Is n t .an can obmot.wtr I ;; : ; :::: page boy uniform, presented a b 0 way -.---. NIGHT and EARLY MORN! I Je :nLSUR fdwe,

i iI that a q.n.r.ea aqo I I (; > ; Stl birthday cake aflame with Ot J Out in th' field by. seven,
I't aw6md huge candle to Hurry Hok r8 then had! hour
an at noon,
,t bar, bona easad .d I the family In behalf of the kutu uao ALU tax I
i, vat I"S. whether
/t t
< of the 10-Year Club. ..' ,r plowin' in November TRY T*M rIlEIeJ

o unpoublM 4 I ,I ; Refreshments supplied by fhe"u"gem"nt D ) ,"or cutti,,' hay in June I I ARE A THAN'
: ( l J In honor of the ocasion aAL AN SEA vice I So now it seems peculiar: | |
J STUART DRUG 7' ; were served after which D A NOTE in this modern ace and day APT TOllWE IT
PlhII I : CORP f / (_ I :; Bud"! Griffith conducted the brut WRECfE*SERVICE I to ace so many loafin'
; :) 'it IA '?rf. REXALL ST E" Initiation of the 1948 new- a PAUU while a-drawin' ot their pay| Jensen each
PHONE I ( : PH 9142 They show up at th'r office
II IIf 1'1 : : "Beer Barrel Poll*," most t about th' hour of nine) at _-_-

f : 'i 1 tune of 1938, was adopted ten take time for toffee _
fR ; ] the Official: song of the club. that'. to keep 'em fe.W '

: I ( fine I
i.. '-a From where I sit..i Joe Marsh TO HEAD Q 11111a Store I At noon they take an hour eg Moss
Js t MEETING -and have
) *ome> that much cs.s ooou w
tL / QUA MEATS mort five they drop tb' work and head toward.thi rsewctos
St Augustine, Dee 2-Com: DOOR I You
( I | He why things tar COSTLY_ but
: .. WE, GET SO tot(
Stanley KJtchlnc ol and JCERJESobVrn
I kJt Why Dutch i d I chairman of the Board I LITTLE DONE-Itut what' thO odds. I sk'you-we hu' Llrurt
.1 mare time for FUN(
Commissioners of the Florida .. ruse
: Growing a /and Navigation! District, and Je each ,
; from all 11 coun- en LittI

l i, { Th.t (ward on I Dutch Mil, '. settled, and e die fa east, ( of the, district will meet- here 9s New. r Fw Mb I .(,cQi, a Beluty+ Shop

rhln dwan' mean that he. gett accept the rtfict in a ipirit One of the prime Issues to be TONE 131
read) to play Santa Claus He good hu \ : by the commissioners lie I >AX OH AvL P_
imply paying off the election !bet And JUt u it should be be that of deepening the ;, "
he fuel In Cappy b..n.un. Intracoutal Waterway' -
o to any difference uf oplam

all And a lot while of some nonsense folks-allow like the It'* t to aTOrit* folks* berertge volt for-beer :' : feet Jacksonville a* authorized! to Miami by COn.to Stu t f-, Keep. -In 'Touch i I Electric. : COMPLETE and I [ I L.J.l MURPH/

... Refrigerauto *
The district
wheelbarrow, rule that Cappy had a ider I* fact, we all I.., ,, representing with ion SERVICE I '
taxpayer of East Coast
to give Dutch after /Imt. election 16eree of lute In almost etery amp Swtii It
counties bordering on No Job Too Lar "Or Floor
,,here 1"tlt'a Bu hit doeent ( I (
day-from a might thing \ mean waterway hu procured ef I Margin{ County t Too Small I
wholesome aftermath to a duff we cant Its\nether In a spirit : land to give U 8. engi CoVejt** ,
cnce of opinion, good fellowah ..* the right-of-way needed ad Trailer ourt I HOBE SOUND ; and Fia

Because: good Amoricans aka ,q J : begin a project for deepening 1514 Er DAV.Vecic o*' Subscribe' to the New I ELECTRIC CO.'
I II their politics and mtingM ghtrseriously widening the main eat MONTH B.'
t 'I But when Vtf Issuts ) channel ALL CONVtMinCU3LAIR 1 .year .._.,.w.,",,. ?.: Day Phone Phone 33
; Commodore Eliciting point Nit.'I'J-e_
that though CDngreuha CERJll. 2 years ....._... "".,". I 1 Hob Sound 3271 Alit, '
Can'|H 1948 Uiw/tf/ SUM Brews T.. d the deepening the Due HI Wer r _. Stuart 347-J
of actual fund to com I
the work will come before q

list,Congress and that convening the fit. Au In F R A N K H L E I Jonas Well Ml..

W st Palm Beach / December meeting. of JOB II I Plumbing & Heating New PtyOOFI

I ill ,commissioners would *ee Sheet Metal
attempt to draft! final! plan i w.os.
I f When la Weal Palm Beach These Firm '"" '
twt soliciting an appropriation AND PRINTING'n
tart, dredging by July 149. .. : T.. UFS..JSTUART '
; -- Roof w t
BA CKtS 7la MOOat f0 s.a Repairm
612 r[ The Jensen P-TA will have It* Stl So. Colorado Ave. NEWS R CALL JONE! I
I monthly meeting Tues Phone 9141..ndtLea.e WORKS ,+
',' z eruituo and at $pm' a** ht, ,Jensen ,r dd.g. s y.. For FLa1
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"1 ti Uou.wWurnishjoga 'onsciaa .TII. Then'r" taMO k. y I f aNl'o '
I l ., : J o wArn ... .01 riM- I+ Nars
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