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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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INCOME TOPS Hears Artist, !PARTY LEADERFormer I by electors A 70 total,25 per in of cent Thursday 829: votes of the were qualified general cast I OUSTS PAIR,

city; election, an Increase of more 'ti'
THAT OF CITY Yule Music at a v Governor GeorgeWhite than (per cent over the previous RETURNS DYER ,

ot Ohio a winter residentof vote In November,
,Parker T. Simmons, artist and, Jupiter Island and a 40-year
Balloting was heaviest In the '
County collection of 1948 tax- inventor, was guest speaker for, Veteran of politics, told Stuart 1 Speculation-Rampant on Acf':
became the Stuart Woman Club late afternoon hpur Here'show Lion Due Bond Interest ; '
:es which payable Nov 1 yesterday Rotarians at Chlsholms yester- \,
and are due April 1II penalties afternoon at the club house the clerk's numbers stood Bill Monday "T,
Simmons worked six year for day noon that President Truman during the day: :
are to be avoided stood Well _...._..118 --- I
,, Albert Mime on mural work and planted his victory seed with his Bam Otto J, MatouHck ant.
ahead of those by the City of landscape and made three mu acceptance speech at the national 12 noon ... _3833pm

RET, T, J, GEARY I Stuart today, according to report 'rals for the Santa Barbara Library Democratic convention In :I .. 481 Henry P Lyons, who' rart4first ,;
He' developed the hand 8 p.m.-.765 and third ,reapecti.-.
(Father Geary and hit St J'axenh from the offices of Collectors grenade gun thrower known Philadelphia and earned national 'J put, 829 '
aM17 In the city primary election<
L C Kickllter for the
county j
Catholic Church and Hoc respect for his virtual
n developed the radar central
Inn art featured (n snetUl and L B Euflt for the city system mechanism 'and I one-man: campaign' : IIENSlEY'S GROCERY last month, wore J.t'cted'. :';J.A

Intir-puge section in The Stuart Kickllter office announced many other Inventions., The forme; Democratic national SCLD TO RADEBACHS the City Commission In the"". ;

Nevfx today.PARADE. Monday that 691 per cent of the Introduced by the program chairman said the Presi- I general city ballotin?. Tue>::*
chairman and chairman of the dent 11 1 facing huge responsibilities Sale of Hensley Grocery In'
__ total l assessment or gross collections that have been eased day. ,I' ,,
------- i Art Department, Mr*. Nellie Pea. Jensen Beach by John B. Hensleyto :
'I of $27138509 were 'made !i loft, Simmons stressed the great had America Joined the Leagueof Mr. and Mra Fred O. Rade- The victors were accorded ex,,,,.:"

FLOAT to that office during November. need for educating the youth of Nations 28 years ago or heed- bach, formerly of Michigan was tremely substantial margins over J

Discount of 4 per cent allowed today, as well as >adults, to be ed Winston Churchill warning announced here Monday. Purchase their two incumbent opponent*'\
I artists He announced that'with four In his famous ad- price wa not disclosed I ,
during that month amounted to years ago a* Matousek Increased his prertvlousj '
the assistance of Mrs Pezzonl The transaction Included only
IDEA DROPPEDWarren $11,09364 leaving a net for disbursement he will teach art. to children in dress at Westminster College in I the store stock and furnishings.The vote total by more -than I,

of $268.271.45. The Martin County at the Woman* Fulton Mo. Now. he laid. we building Is owned by Mrs 200 and Lyons more than doubled 'c
total county assessment this year Club starting soon after Jan 1. a : YI'X face a new enemy In a realist Joe I Forrest K. Ferguson and the his previous figure. Finishing 1

to Be Presented was $39748278 County taxes The speaker gave his opinions Stalin and his world conquest Radebachs Inherited a three- third was Incumbent Mayor W, ?.

Mounted Sailfish and have been collected 100 per Cent on modern art and aid that he r 4 .e ambition. and the housecleanIng I year lease given Hensley four i R. "Bob Baker and fourth was .'
I for the past three years. had no desire to teach or work F months\ ago. Commissioner) Kenneth 8. Stlrnmeil -
? of the ranks by organized
Plaque Jan 4 City Manager Eurlts office with ItThe I The grocery will be renamed '
; stated that at noon Tuesday 59.7 high school glee club labor Is encouraging in the i Jensen Food Center and continued : The official totals, .-.
Decision to pnt Oovernor.t pe,cent of the total city assess- der the direction of Miss un-I homefront fight against the Independent, Radebach said.Beef "
t Fuller Warren with' a ment or gross collections of $46366.16 .- (Continued Two) spread of the Communistic doctrine and wine also are handled 1 Matousek S93 \

mounted sattflsh accompanied had. been made to that on page ('."" .", J'h'n ,Rotarians who have faith i The Radebacks moved here Lyons Baker 413 ,1 i

bj.* silver engraved plaque at office: up to that time Discounts I II KIWANIS Roproeiitatne-eloct George Keith i-oii r"'uldhOouuld 6<.wd> Un In the future will be gratified by ,bout home a in year Jensen ago and Beach now Hens-have Stimmell ZH 152

his Inauguration Instead ot entering -I November of 4 and per *S ent this allowedIn month MEEfATTRACTS I of Ilolw Sound on earning his footlwll lottci tit M.irtm Gmntv ugh, Its results. White concluded The I ley a said he will return to Kentucky

\ Martin County float In I amounted to SI,842 48 leaving a I School this full The occasion wan the anniiul KIwanK Club l..n<|uot club bad 10 guest The results Immediately stirs
W the \\', un's Club Keith UKiwunii red widespread speculation on
the Inaugural parade Ian, 4. was I net or $44,523,70. The total city fur tlie team Friday night it ) ? ..----.-..--- -- -- -- 'hat action the new commission
I assessment this was $81, 29 Division 8 IH iitrnant-gmernor 1949 und post\ president\
made \tjr the County Commission: year I will take at. Its reorganization
of the Stuart club Buwden fa memlicr of the kiwanl* imi nHl
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session at the court house yesterday : Two Christmas Musicals meeting Monday at 7:30 p,m, on
afternoon The city November gross was I Key Club at the high school! and played I in tile school learn. 1>1I-I<6l'ld.I l_:: the heatedly debated. Question' ,
$35771.25 and net $3.4344.28 of whether to make the interest
> Twenty-nine representatives
.Grover King spoke for the This month so far it Is |10,584.81 for all six cities In Kiwanis Division NEW CITY TRAFFICLAW i Slated Here Sunday Night payment due Jan 1, 1949 on the ,
volunteer citizen\ committeethat and net $1017842 I 8 atte.ioed the annual organization BOOKLETS READY YULETIDE MUSIC city $1.107.000 bond debt to the '
had planned for the! float The county intangible tax I conference at the bondholders Speculation also
roll was 828 per cent collectedIn Two ..il scheduled at the Baptist has been ''g,
>-Climtjn.i.s ore
but his requett fur financial aid Woman Club Preparation ef 1,008 copiesof pit piugrum : 8'tnelrss l
November. We assessment I Presiding was w rmS Knightof PROGRAM GIVENAT ind Methodist CliurtM Suiuliv uilotht.( A program entitled Njht( ; ol changes a em ;
for! the project wu considered the new city ordinance -
amounted to $11.31728 gross; Tltusvllle retiring lieutenant- Holy Memories". l by hit B Wilson!. wilt Iw given at the Baptist: Church ployes
\too and tee board Instead $9,17886 discounted In booklet form la being ; Malousek bothcampaigned
expensive collections I Mat Lyons and
governor who replaced George at 8 1'.11'A\ cantata "The.. Story) ol Chr tmltr by) 11 Alexander
accepted the plaque Idea was $314/ .81 and net was who called to Georgia thIs week'by 7 30: Tin against making the ;
I Keith was completed MEETThe thaws will be prosctitod)+ at the MetluKlist, Church at ,
bad appropriated 300 from |14 $900395( Saturday afternoon. The attendance News P-U with Mr R. VVAUee payment to the bondholders\ la
.1 Edcnfield
II The Stuart, < printing/ former! will he I "lled"4) L>v Mil Corluml preference to holding in escrow'until : :

general J fund to pay for It and 3 1 from Included TltusUl 10,4 from from Stuart Coco,,. ...departmeat and ,CIR,1e, '-4" "i( (he'piau, [ >. 'IV adult choir, has 21 voiced..., live youth shoo) 21 the pending suit by George "

expenses to the Inaugural of a lOundelegallon t'a., .wake the I I CHAMBER GETS 6 I from Melbourne 2 from Veto available at ne ;cost at the I high school glee club and ..h, ,-- Keith and A. P. Kruger attack ,
CHURCH ot the creation.I
presentation King said It was leach: and 8 from Fort Pierce city hall starting/ Saturdaymorning I the 5th and 8th grade chorus. AT THE METHODIST Ing the the city validity Is decided. In addition

found Impossible to finance the BUDGET Speakers Included T T. Oughterson ; ,'it was announced finder the direction of Miss Organ Prtliulu :, "_' .. .CirohMrs | $ I holdover Commissioner Fine t
Boat scheme through donations,, JS9.212;. I C. A. Porter and L. .C. i iI yesterday, Louise Dearston: presented a Etlnu Coi; t.mtllymui Stuart; .was "not voting once '
sad he WM named head ot the Klcklltsr of Stuart. Elliott Newell .. Mciidiluhmi. making.
I ot Christmas musical: program at itaikl, Hie", lleruld! Angels Sing ? and voted "nay" once
committee to see the plaquespreparation I I -- and V. C. Brownlee CLEARY DREDGING the Stuart P-TA meeting at the Scripture and tV/var .. The lliv, E Rowel he payment, which leaves the
A tentative budget ol $9,212 us Ben Carlton of Cocoa BIG YACHT BASIN : ,,. ...\ uo Yon strong possibility that the payment r,
"Ccui li.iniliiuo"l ,
tack MOllIe appeared to announce compared to last year's $9731wu and Judge Flem Dame and Ed Civic Center Tuesday evening. V> to the holders when proposed :
securing: of a stop in I offered by a budget commit I Noble of Fort Pierce The gathering !' They were accompanied by a Mn. llctlxrt &udholfCuntita. Monday night may be rejected .,'' ""
A 600 by 90-ft yacht basin Is
Stuart by a national,radio show I' tee composed of Ronald C. Cross Included five Incoming trio Miss Sara Rollins, pianist; "Tti 7 STlt1( OH UlRblMAS' and the courts may' be ,,,'
In late February providing the David M Marshall. Oeorge Hi- president and vice-presidents being dredged'on the Cocoanut 'Wendell Waters. 'e 1\181.\ and Mrs lllbfUOPIItCY\ asked to put the funds In escrow. ,
county would act as sponsoring' ronlmus Price French and Ransom and two secretaries Point development by Bleary Erwin F Johnwlck, violinist "&'/h<>\14 ;)11 lie, I Um Come" "U nmiuiiiiU": '\ : However Matousek stated .
agency for It here. After Mosfcjr R Tlltoo at the general A 17-minute morning session Brothers Construction Company The chorus sang "O Come All cl",",. Monday, "It may be too late to .
explained the county expense meeting of the Chamber of-Com was adjourned for attending CB ArbORast, selling'agent for Ye Faithful" and "It Came Upona TilE ANNUNCIATION: take up this matter (making the .
) would amount to construction meree Monday night church services, and the afternoon the North Fork property, reported Midnight Clear" In a candlelight .1 he Angel C-ulxM: ; \\'< !V'irt Front I Cod"bolo payment In I the face i of !the, '
of a platform securingof high points of the proposed \ was opened with lunch at today processional The glee club Mm. \ Tuck ponding suit' \with tlu courtIn ,
about 600 additional seats at new budget were a reduction in 12:30 and nearly twohours of Creation of the basin will remove presented the story of the Na- Dorothy time to do any good on )
the baseball park where, the I the manager salary from $3.600 talks( on officer duties and ad a'mangrove swamp at the uvlly'ln' songs Interspersed with Chorus1IIC the payment due Jan 1 I. 1949'11 r|
show will l be presented and i to $3.140 a year a reduction in : rice for enjoying successful north end of the property and Biblical readings by William F VISION/ OF 1 I IIP SHEI'lit,HDSrVre but It is lust Rood business to "1"

printing ot tickets, the board car expense from $600 to $360 I years will furnish safe anchorage for Crary. Soloists were Miss Sara Were 1 ShtphtruVArid discus] this NOW and seek, res I c
adopted a resolution to be sponsor allocation of $250 to committee f t craft owned by property holdersIn Roberts and Miss Duane Mader- Hit Angel Sdicl) Untohtm""C.lorv lief In plenty of time before the .i;
Mosley said It would be project and an :Increase from I rSSAYS; TO BE HEARD the areaCONCERT la. Miss Joan Salterthwalte ; In (M 1 In Mir 1\I\ hmt" July' Installment I Is dueHoldover 1

about IV, hours lone Including I $260 to $750 for Industrial de I AT KiWANIS MEETING sang a duet with Miss Robert Solo Mra Hid \Vultoii' Commissioners Paul
a half hour on flu air and it nlopment( to bring In year. The four best essays submitted CLUB PLANS The audience participated In .liorun M Hoenshel and Jack L. Dole- ,,l
Lyric 1 I by Martin County High School PROORAM ON WEDNESDAYThe to man both favor making the payment
would be shifted to the round payroill. Kiwanis. singing the recessional Joy UIC/ JOl'RXFY:< Ol- TilE SHP'lltRDS '
will. be students In the to the bondholders.
Theatre In case of rain. The proposed budget contest on "Heritage the World "An,I It Came) to I Pass When 1'lie. Angela \Vtre Cane Away' overshadowed by the \
The commission granted a $s at the next meetIng ponsored first of two scheduled contents Preceding the musical pro- Heavily
upon Freedom" will be read at the Snlo,, Kenneth Stimnwll schuf He was that for, .
bonus to all county employes Dee 27 of by the high school concert grant the president, Mrs Marie : commission
and tendered a not ot regret to A delegation of Fort Pierce club: 12:15: pjn session: at the club will be presented at the Civic McCullough announced that the tliiinn; \ Municipal Judge; in which Inv-
Commissioner O. W, Snipes who businessmen appeared at the Woman Club tomorrow The Center at 8 pm next Wednesday fathers would be In charge of TIlE QUEST OF TilE MAGI cumbent Harry r Dyer easily ',
contest ended Nov. 24 and! wln- Admission will be free The Eastern Mountains"S election to a fifth term after ?,
wu .defeated irc, last spring's joint meeting of the Chamber next month meeting. "Beliiild l, There Clime \VI+c MOB "rrom won
flections by Ransom R Tllton and the Tourist Club and Invit- rftrt will be announced klml'rrow -, and a Christmas music program Principal Erwin F Johnwlck : 1 XI J. Mormonendell \\ate-rs, Elwin GutantClones meeting opposition In GeorgeLeeman Too "
morning as- time
at the school's will for the first
will be-offered The concert "
meet- ParticipateIn Martin County
last to announced the
and was attending his ed Martin County I
road River Festival lembly, JUdges were Ernest F: be under direction of Miss Sara of the P-TA 1* sponsorIng FItI hf"l. count there:
tot It also accepted a the Indian Lyons, Mrs. F. R. Horton and Council; "And When They. Mare Game" "O Clime, All Ye
Roberts club
rtght-of-way In Cuthbert Subdivision starting Jan. 17 a monthly radio programover Solo Mrs. C. U Bartri Dyer 149
by C. w., Cuthbert andpprored Harry Donley __ __ -.- ------ Station WIRA the thirdFrfday : I.ic" 171 1
Slunilnr Leeman
Sleep bialy! Bulx, In ,
eight county officers'bonds of every month, beginning '
totaling 139500 Jan. 21 at 1:45 p.m. News ixiki: Muss Jo Anne Constance Both candidates', names appeared ''.;:
The board will meet briefly Famed Pre- Christmas Sailfishing and information about the school Chorus on the first ballot but

Jan. J at t am and then adJourn a* well as music will be present Orienim! .. ,-. Mr: Row.11litE lack of more candidates delayed'.
to Jan 12 In order for ed. The half-hour program will IUIILMENT' :: OF THE PROPHECY the decision until Tuesday. Dyer

embers to attend Waren's In- Its Reports Show be presented a* a public feature. "Aw, Lr, Put Oil, Thy Strength Increased his margin from a pre- .,'
Living Up to Reputation, Anyone having any suggestions the "For live. Lord halts Comforted His People \ious 287 to 372 Tuesday \.
or Idea that: can be on. XJirist( ,'To Thee With Coal I The Father" GIVE
mould contact win GLEE CLUB TO

tugurahTHE TIDES Stuart' famed pre-Chnstma;;; ailfishlng- is again living Toley Fleet. "Thla I II the time Pittman program, chairman. Solo: kennclh Chorus Stumittll I CANTATA TONIGHT

I up to Its reputation with plenty of sailfish reported out-. I most of year plentiful.when the sails become -CATCHFOUR-SAILS- Btnodictiini, ,_..... -,..._._.... .._,.-_Mr Rowtll Martin County;; -:High School's \\j' '

--- s IH e, and king mackerel thrown In to boot. first glee Club under direction
who got their Snook fishing "like the old and M.... Robert Pay CHURCH Deanton winpresent
i Among those : Mr. AT THE BAPTIST of Miss Louise
(Ii."Ie ... I taw _"'. ,.. "e,04 La.Y. Sailfish Club buttoh this I ;out,' said Capt. Earl Dare days" was reported from the Inlet of Chicago enjoyed excellent Christmas cantata In l ltonight

.Mns a., ::.:: .e4.e Tires n..s rx ::':.IfPoint :Stuart week were Mr and fc.r.John C" of the Jean Dare at Frailer Two West Palm Beach men see sallflshlng yesterday, PnwesuoiuiJ "Tlii. Is I i the l Day" .. ..... ._.....i.._"......... .._.......,Cliour the high a school auditorium at I
xM t 1__ II MlMM C-.lea Ocean Breeze caught 300 IDS of snook and 200 with Capt. Art Hunt Admission will be tree
if .. oMpllo4 guests at ot Fishing
< I few. .mtM I T brtij Naylor, Creek "and [tan Into plenty DnxologyInvocation
kr w. a.H.Nta.4 Park The Naylors, who resided IDS. of trout on rod and reel Saturday r en their private cruiser _. .. the [iev. R. \V Acres and an offering will be taken to .
A.M, P.C. A."fw.r.1L at J154 Ryder St;Marine Park, f klngflsh Sunday and Monday Payee II, they caught four "Come and Worsliip" / .. Cornblited Choirs start a fund to purchase robes '
j Brooklyn until moving to Fun-I Capt. Ray oi/ng took A_ S. night casting in the full moon sailfish and raised 14 MrPsyaee Shall Lilt the" Voice" .. ,...Mons Club for the club"
see, One 5d. out Monday with Capt. Goldberg of Philadelphia ..Aah4 i from the south point of the In- is a manufacturer ef Thy Watchman Up and Choir The cantata Is entitled "Chllde
da went ... Duet
: .. .
n :31 1 ISSK 5.5r.Is of Israel ,, Hazel
.4 ias Lance on the Moja and returned let. Included In the snook were aluminum ware In Chicago Promised Oiiy Jesus" and was written by
Cs, 15.5 taa 4,14 Victor P. Ing the day the trout of Garland Etlcnfwld and Al M then) .Clakey
Mr and to 20 Iba. and winter residents ( Joseph W
some up and
e.4 were 4 which Is They are Kirk
J.a.' u ser 4 I 594r.t in the party with a 24-bother barracuda > trout Watched" ... .. .. _Combined Chain students will
tla. 9,45 'Mrt Trowbrldge of Hamfl- catch included tome 'gator Hollywood. FU [-While Shepherds "" Junior high school
15 J5u5 5,). lin 1,55 .1,51,n Ice 55 a ton Ohio Fred' Mrs Naylor caught j er leading of Rulfordson the division, K. J Walt, II I Ma'.j In the 10-lb. catagory: ; "ChIme On Sweet Bills", Alto Sok>. .._ ._. ,.......__.._,..Qllmet supplement It with a pantomime

i a 1-looU S-fnch sail. Naylor nerup with a !*-.>- 4-oe. Ed Martin and'' Harry Udall SOME FISBIN (Mn, R. a Cross Mrs. A.. Blair) directed by Mia Pearl R. OTteal.:,
THE WEATHER landed a -foot., -mcherand taken from the Oulfstream with fished with Bill Abbott Tuesday Udall visitor (Mrs. Dorothy ,Bruner, Mrs. Betty Cray) _, i -' t

won a Bronze Capt.Curtis WhlUcar. and landed 11 snook and trouton Harry winter There's a Song In- theAx' ., __....?.....,..Womans Two-Part Chorus INDEX TO EATtJIt.ESs .
BuTton for a Moot. 8-Inch nab offshore fishing wasreported casting tackle. They hooked from Blooraneld N. J. here Came Three king*"_....__..._.. __... ..-....Combined Choirs CbwHM a: "\!
aplenty, wls- General at the Inlet last At..i :
action trolling '
-J had wu C..ar
-we the day\ ,
I excellent. According some 35 fish during<< '
'" Ul> Ml :' =;-* .. IMlHW kia.V. FI tog 10 sailfish during the day when 'hili was night when be got a whopping .Offertory' .,. ... ._ ...- ____Ouartet CrmwndiuiMrbi, *' i.:
report .. Songs"r' --' -
to radio l a '
run of rested l (
U" Abbott He
I aq I vt.tl'__ !said Naylor. year-round fleet written Capt Jack WhlUcar had Cuban-type report snook a mixed heavy In with I 1-pound etrlke.catfish on the front 11r.t/( D.mrr7TSRy( Sullivan, At Mathers I 'Jack Nightingale) Fl-ktol W **1H .kInaiM .::: i!'

-..- Mrn.sIi .r This, areas; by the ar run Into plenty of sailfish yesterday Cracker anook and report treble book of |u* ring and "Arise And| Sbine.--: .. ___*, ._...*..-.......- "l,Combined Choirs .._ Rlnr BlMfcMuk OrhnJ .. y. .. ay j
a s ._..11 ha been augmented his party having hooked our ( Mrs. Carlund Edenneld N. .., .I.a '
uuI scales the rear _.. _, i n -
smaller snook en SopranoSolo.-
_.: .'. U flee. Some triple A that they have a 4-pound "The Wondrous Story, -- or.. a.w ..: :: .a, ;
: fishintheruisers art based at two dOubles and .one and appear &0. be a tightly different I treble, a.. jut before be got '"Come Let U. Adore Him"a.....:,...,....-...--.+uCombined Choirs r ta CUjr : -t tn.
..,....:as.. 'ash4 .aU' It Lighthouse and four are number of small. dolphin were specie Th fishing I II them In the boat a shark or Recessional "Joy To The Wocld'_..... .-..,'__,. ..-.- .._._..ChoirsBtnedicrion ::.:: ., :: )
j N -- -" ;: the operating out of Fra reported offshore.'We're sshss excellent* he declaredall that. barracuda sliced a big thank ." ..Mr Fierce .. % iip ,
ot I .. .
:. regularly raking plenty anyone could ask." from the .
tor Creek. Harvey Homlar at
tNCHg.s kAlnFkl.Lt : .W, hung three sail my lasti said
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''I ', I '111 Rlcau oaka reach their ra Cedar, camphor and hibiscus 147 BOOKS -I for Murder" Lora!; "Testimony I Peck: Cypress II made
I t- ,j I i t I ,ivi r k'Mrtopmeu! :ii I (Uioo Auodjur'*! used for cabinet work 'WOMAN'S CLUB NEW i I by Silence," Disney, The Black 'tore A flIngUi Is the eallle by h,
+ ADDED TO LIBRARY (Coat I ," fclttle; 'All Men Are the rot that makes II
t "i' < r i iw<' ilti'ude, and are It4j "q I PUW) AnArucUon in Pot the
\ BOTTLE "Where1 Mr. have hDnETorids
: patterned l
,1',1'I ,, I I Liars.11 Strange Bar.
It' I' I. <"> ''I ltId Chumley Tnasi; I
I.f" (Continued from pug* 1)) j A total of 17 new books have Forest
,I I t ? xv e, been added recently to the Mar- row," Davis.Westerns. ftelp. prevent wlldnrl.
l .. 61 1 !llm'Eiha Ye{'+oa7a 3"'A l Dearston. 1Il1lf-cr.tmaa;; carol. tin County Public Library It was : "Red Clark to the !lure next tn/a:
I' j'j'I SALES Se. U. For I ->w e MNWIt Mia Duane Madl ra was soloist. announced yesterday by Librarian Rescue," Young; "On the Rim of game ruskTI1I (' '
I '. 'I'Ij Mrs. Herbert A. SudhotT accom- Mrs.Blanche Blocum. They the Arctic" Hendrtx; "DeadMan's --
.; a Repairs, ; d panied by Mrs. Edna Coutant, Include; Gold" MacDonsJd.:
f fI Y1 I
j -ar sang three solos. Fiction: "Toward the Morn I I1n Nnn-0rtlon' 'Tlvlllzatloit: onTrials
I I'ACE Mrs. Kelllc PejsorUpresented ,," Toyohee "Washington
I r Par Allen; "One Clear Call. ;
f ta the club In lunar et the late, Sinclair; "The Secret Thread," wtskn; Huns." Andrews: "Sttlwell
i \ i 1. SERVICEARNOLD +8 n r'7 Ay { Mrs. Edith Benson Blend, a bunt Vance; "Burnished Blade," Papers," fltilwell; "Mind and
I' BAUSt. of A woman sculptured by Mrs. hooaeTr; "The- Shining Body;" Dunbar; "Rise of the S1 COMPtETE
1 : l Blerce. Mountains," VanEvery; "The Spanish American Empire," Ma- RETAIL
CLIO j : | Zacl Mosley, eaftoohlst, lIIuII Vol.JSS W ESAIErQ
"tee'a Lieutenants
V Lucie Boulevard Phone/142-W I Red Chair Waits Hugglns; darlaga;
. AT I, t, | trated torn "SmiUn'Jack' com'I "Pioneer Preacher," Berryipan; Freera'anj; "The Plagueand
I lit strips, showing the different ",. MacDonald "Crusade in
i 'Bride of fortune. Kane; I. ;
I Ad' I i" I4 I- w.At't it ages of work. Mosley an "' ," .
l moue Dog Stories, Cooper! "I Europe: Elsenhower.! IN THE P
I' w nounced that the national radio
span 1 :! I I Capture a Castle," Smith; CHES
Pabitt4 i ( program "Bint-Hunt. would be "Roanoke Hundred" Fletcher: The Candle wood found In 417 0 CHOBtr qpNf
, WltN s l ,'.t I broadcast' from, Stuart Feb. 33. "Tales of My People" Atcb; Panama U pale yellow and oily 23151JysQ
The which will be
program "
bclll! : t ; : l! "Castle In the Swamp Marshall with.a spicy acen _____
broadcast from for
Florida six
blY.. .1. 1 I ;: "The Biff Fisherman
, ,1"t,1 If'; ,;, ,\ II' t b, l FRUIT CAKES County weeks, will Commission be sponsored, assisted by the by Galileo Douglas;; "Catallna"The Snow," Maugham Ooose,": I-
I \ the Jaycees and the Chamber of "
q I "Chinatown Family, Yutang; II
I '! : ;' '. IV* lt> Cake .$1.25 I Commerce. "Three Roads to Valhalla"
1' I On display were paintings by Stewart Breese," -
-BI Partridge
; Ii
,.' '.J). 3 It> Cake .2.45 I i local Dare artists Mrs., Including Alfreda Mrs.Hegarth! Earl, "The Sky and the Forest," I
I .,. ,t 3 to Cake $3.85 I i Simmons, Dr. Talmade Wilson, Forester; "The Crusaders," 0I
'.. / )03 1 teM I I Mrs. Peraonl Mrs. D. W. King I Heym "Christmas Tales,1"; Dickens i I
I ly' ," Selfertl
J "Hospital Zone
; ;
J JI Jf Jr, and George Backus of Port I i
: 1 ''I OMAI AIIANIK 1Mllf, 11 0.t Muns.Hull. ,. Pegionf showed a "The Cleft Rock Hobart; "Cap- I
1, ttus) svho.'t'! III-rlmgtm. N. 1 J.. Alan Ann I tjem. Mri 1 lain lor Elltsbeth." Wrstcott; I I
Pnwnjrrlfgini.i Cililikuml ml tmisljnie ftdv (left In right) sketch made by Joanne Mann ," 4aEp
------ -- "Sangaree Slaughter;
t and made a profile sketch of j
I j / ; This Store pits and Vegetable shady troves tvtth plulltddltxl Voter (Kltttkrs Mrs. WUlaford R.Leach. beth Captive Princess," Irwin;
a -
I / ''I Will Be Open [ About S5 aperiea of AuXriHan; TJie! Australian pine wlllli'akepine j In'the business session Mrs H j "A Candle of St.) Jude' Oodden.
\ ; W. Neall, corresponding secretary -: Mysteries: "Bait for Murder,"
Beauitful Chriumas TreesWednesday exist in i
; All Day Australia Nemt i a *awto 13 to 16 !In clameter'Wf t
Knlghtf "Case of the
,,read a letter from Miss Ida' Eight
r! t l Slid From JVJFt to 9ft. Caledonia and the Foal'tnjCL; 10 yeara1 time Albracht asking resignation ai Brothers,'" Heberdea; "A Screen
It 1 --- -- ----
Dec. 22nd iV: ices Frm 75c I treasurer of the club due \0 ill.
.IH hear) Mrs. t D Wells reported
I plav are under way of< the
Stringleil Green !'. *ajihualthrtotmas Eve tree program -
,:;, WarwickChriitmas/ I ,
.1 '\E"' '' ', to beheld for the children a t
I 4f; (t BEAN&.J. 25C! ;. 'j ot the :community at the Civic
Assortment J Center at 8. Plans were discussed -
>' : $: \v-,::; .... for a party for the Girl Scouts
: ChocolatesMb. the drat Tuesday after Christ-
box tTHOO"'iJGAron'nE 29C mas. ,Mrs. Blanche Slocuni\
\ 2 pound Order Extra MilK For I made'a, motion to remove the ,
t I : )of V 59c mango tree from In front of the l
', 2-Ib box York I'club. Hostesses for the afternoon 1 .I
r C I were Mrs Talmadge Wil z4'41 I I
I lI II $1.17
"" APPLES Ib bar 45 Christmas C okeryGet ton Mrs. L. K. Ashley, Mrs.
I Jonat George Keith and Mrs, 6. Satadlno .-

I t Assortment Bulk Pitted earl.

I' 5-lb. box DATES X 27' your order in SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
: ; $1.49 ,
j Juic- Florida ftGRAPEFRUIT for the extra milk you'll J t BEGIN A whirl TOMORROW of special activitieswill 8 Big.. Da Dec.. 1617.18.20212224

j' 'C want for that big holiday close out school activities In
I BobsPeppermint ,1.31': I Martin County for 1948 tonight j i We're' hay"' w..l l.r. + ..L..o..V..e., y ,tat Foods
dinner YOII're Ii I and tomorow as a l -day
,), j mas holiday begins Saturday Ing Santa All Kinds
"" ; ': Sticks Complete A\sprtnnt of inr. A Moorel' k I| and extends! until 1:30: a.m.
1 J'1
ft" \ .. ,Jan 1 I Ii I Claus with A t Really
Nuts For Christmas man 'will deliv as ..... < GLY IGGLY
: f 111 10-os jumbo \ i order Christmas of the daytomorrow.: ; : All i FOOD DEEP'CI"I',
21c I Co plet Line of 1 much as you ne ,'when .
1 classes will have -them during
,;" .';1 22-ox. giant 45c. Fr ten ooda_ you need it OR UUCKS I'the rchools.last period A cantata In by the the Smart high I j II S F F
I IEthoo
t' Vine FAVORITE CRO RMORES' I \'. first glee club,.will\ Initiate -
; RipenedPUMPKir Talco ChrlUmas observance at the I A BOLIDAT SAlt YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS!
: 212 3c DAIRY I high school at 8 tonight. An
1 ;
'rt for Scratch assembly!: .U stated tomorrow
I f fl l P. o. ox 1042 Stuart. Fla. morning! and a pair Of basketball Ask at Store f for 4-Page Color Pr/ce/ List!
;1. Ocean Spray Whole \ FeedCRANBERRIES J games with Fort Pierce areon. I
tan at 7:30: here tomorrow night.FRUITS
f.N. Ztlb. ------ -- -- ---- -- ------ -- --:- -- -- -- -- --
; glee, i 11e bag 1.07tOWb. -

bag 4.10 "r' MEET ME AT
Ann Page Stuffed Place t.

63-oz.: J ; Local Fte hTOMAMS/
N'I L Ping
I Ann Page Apricot JO'2lb
: :; PRESERVES I-lb.. i 25" ah:
2S.1, 1.17 4'SH C $
II :: Ann PaRe Creamy Rich GG.16MAYONNAISE 84,57Dayi EAT1NGe ? SQ >. 15'1 4fir er

t 1 OF THEMCHRONIC \< u. s Ibs.C These Specials Good Thro ith Fr'ay, Dec. 24th

Our Own Tagged /

J TEA BALLS *Pk t 39'Sunnvfield 9' HorU Fee, NUTS CANDIES F T & PRODUCE

a v'
1 ,
1' t Plain or S. R. 9O'100lb. Mm 1 Ccea rsy -1;;;

V (,t't tj 1' (If FLOUR w39c |;.Ib'. 75t bag\4.17 LZ-t: ABYFOOD.''iNut Strained for \5CI Beech-Nut/COFFEE pound 51'' POTATOES ID undo 39C CR ERRY .

Red sciou, HI Boo

"JI ,q jar ? oewxssr

I I i Order For 'YourCHRISTMAS All Brands rg a e ut Stringless PUMPKIN, 2 No. 2y cans 37c FOR YOUR

t 1:,: I Super Right Sirloin I Super Right Chuck 1 I MILK Stall 41C ANS 2cans .. 25C PICKLES, 22-ozf Jar... .29< CHRISTMAS* PIE

j t 1 : rII Cuban uava' tab lieed SILVIA STUFrtO Betty"OAker 20/

STEAK pound 89'9 ROAST pound 67i; JELLY 21 I PPLE 31'' OLIVES, 4y2-ot. jar....." .....3 Pie Crust ix
r ; 1$-oz. can can .. ANY FLAVOBJELLO. andBorden's

\ I' Super Right Boston Center-Cut Pork ROSEDALE, YElLOW CLING 2 coxes-..,. .."... ... 5c NoiMince uch

.I \1 I BUTTS pound JB5'' CHOPS\pound\ PEACHES No 21/2 can 21s? CRACKERS, Ib. box.... ,. 25c Mea 19//

}a \I out Suds Octagon of KOUNTV KillPEAS Both Yor 39;

"'M Tendered Picnic I Rath's Pure fork D" f\ 2 cans.....-...._.._. .. ,....29e
\ HAMS pound49C' stuacy.Ib43C' 2 kga. 3 .. ....25C PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS POULTRY ORDKR NOW,
/ > Palmolive Octagon Heavy! Western
fork Shoulder

I, Sunnvfield Sliced + Cream Cottage V SOAP Rfer Bath Size 27C FLAKES kg. 31C CHUCK ROAST und 59C BOAST 4YC
t tl, hrh ?ind
BACON pound73C CHEESE A21' Octagon Picnic Morrell'. ao
) C
I small CLEANSER 13CHorme HAMS ( 45'7WV '
2 for
pound .. Bond
f DELLS PC"JL/RY SEASONING pkf. \ 9c s sarcasm Daisy

CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP, 2 bars. \23c BACON sans. SIi, 59C CHEESE ound.. .. ... 9C


WOODBURY'S SOAP. Bath Bar. 2 bars .27c Ib. 39;

For Roastin res. Armour Star
SWEETHEART SOAP, Reg. Bar 9cBath Bar 13e Smoked i
BLU WHITE FLAKES, 2 pkgs.. ,Ile I

i t t i ,! I SUP R I TT Inc. I I I

I 7 246* STUA fS W t FOOD CENTER 1 : <( < 'WLL1I1L MARKETI 300 Soutb }okroe A"

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4I Obituaries RIDIN' HERD I I IAPPLUCATION APPROVED I..b dredge an area extending across I lalned shoreward of adequate -DECISION; ,DFJLUtDI --- : I SEEDLINGS TQ BE SET J j'

'I Anmnmoed yesterday Is receiptof I the, entire watet front of the cropi-" I d,krs. The laid fill would extend I 1.llIuh.weH"W1ug'i j; in Miami TJhhitt: I' 0.14' \ Appro t- .)

[ LILLY CAREYq approval by the Department uftl ert). from the laid bridge! to the into! the Waterway an average cli*. I I I and fackwrnillr. m till Sontheii' ',t.atch,, I'OJI( ( 00ft( !rt(' _)lib,!!. ;'
1. ", Army on an application iy mole at the foot of West 1st St.. t4lic\ oi about 50 feet !i Bill lirti-pnuiu' ., "I, I iris s,apt' upI v ill Iw distributed "by' tIle !FkirkUTfittna .i.1 .
HERE J..L. ."Tfa -\- FolksI'm l Harold t) Basso In care' of engineer a distance nf about 540 ft The 'I [,lintion In an II'per emit. incieaw Service tlla) winter for tt!-

Lilly Corey, 49, died foljj 1 Walter McElfresh I of Fort Laud dredging would be carried to a Two-way radio was Brat In- I + In Florida telephone rates ntflcklng. *KidlttrKls througlioiit e
) I ; Glad to be crdule for a permit to dredge and depth of 5 leet below mean low troduced In 1837 to aid In the fiavf been concluded, but the Florida, State PWster C.4t. Coulter .
,n operation at Martin Back (fill at Bassos property on the water, The dredged material would control of wild fires by the Florida Florida Railroad l and Public Uti)- acid today Pntduct km of seed i

J ,ontr""") Hospital<< St noon today. By Cap'n Flaif Guest Reporter southern shore of the St Luclr he deposited In the and ,, Forest Service I (tin C"mmUc.uln announced it lings for the I94M'' pJunUne sea-! i
waterway I conduct
fJ! arrangements are underlie River immediately south "if the may fiuthnr hearings In ton is at an sll-tima high' with orders ;
arrival of on Basso t upllmd all (11 be re- Planted pines guarantee old I!other' cities hifunreaching( .. de<< J on hand tiu 'irttwlly
pending, her ST1U ,HfLl1'\IXC FR01.t CHtCACO to Stuart, some 1400 Poosevelt Bridge Basso proposes __h____._ _.__ __ ___ age-security. I I rislnn 'n,liLI'.le trey. every ,
-! ,then tomorrow. 'r\Iile.\ i. dlxiurd the nixie\ Fhugler Is fut and in -- --- "I .. 1YWATCH'
many ways more ettter-
bmn In Cleve uuung than old -
Kill Carey was an time vaudeville show Day and the
night train
L la 1899 and Hunt here ,In ent iveragitt roanJl'dl Utter than SO miles an hour and buck jumps over six differ WE BUY Junk, : FOR THE OPENING DON'T FORGET I .

Li 1 where the owned end opiWj several pf which were originally built f flu freight. Heavier wrecked cars
i i I.ils would wften the scrap of
dill Crossroads Cottages In for rollec coaster humps, sideswayi, ups and downs R UC *Ht5fEL "
high and brass. I /
spied( pnvmngfr cornfrt AU of whkh contrilmte to the copper THE NEW I '
,1m, J Jensen Beach She lived comedy umtumg fituutions! 1" folk hurrying hi the land "'S --. <
Survivors Include.; her mothUn of inn
Blanche I Dobseha of CleveJ A SAILOR AT LEAST 6,feet' 4 inches aut the AUTO PARTS PA ret 1 Is Open A.IM. .iSo
across able from
o two brothers, Frank of Au this old railroader and his. wife. 'I"
Wearing winter blues, bell South Dixie
and Herman of Cleve pop-eye Highway
,t, ID- bottom panti" .he wan a Navy model of f decorum and drew Trouble TILlTllIDNlGHT
I U. sAd a sister, Mrs Joseph Bed was the It tg'th of Ills I.'gl. He/ could not Fort PiercePhone
adjust them<< to the small
L I Cleveland. Attending phy'am jkpuce between'" the 129 A F. McCARRCXN, Owner. i GOOD FOOD
rMliimg chain in which you sit up all night and _ _._ -, .CLEAN ROOMS *
wen Dr. 'J. D Parker and try to cuUh a little thuteyeI '

W. F Davey of Stuart and Dr. watihnl, him ._--- .... ___ _l1 rJj\
whip his dozen
of West Palo", Beach unwiap legs s times l Hed ,
D Jtone :
push im up tindrr )his, ihm He could, not stick his feet into the'able _
WALTON Gall crimps got him. h.I cuuldnt take it and finally retired to tin A ):
68 .nuiling ionm I folk_"' W'a I u"t I doing tow well mvself with shorter I (
kg" raSeiOaI- i i

Frdork'k, utthews Walton, 68 Mr tailor flefcjibnr!( wise cracked, "Old Henry Ford once pulleda
..xI<11 t of Stuart for 30 years, good Imo 'Don't stand up,)if you coo sit down, Don, sit' down if .
J I JtIr five-day #illness at Mar you/ can lie down' \\cll 1 cant stand up in this streomtmer I can't Ai. spA I icNO PT UI StI TQOl1N

,,.day.County. Funeral HonpitJ services at 11 'were sun\. sit train ill,wn Anyhow and double.,1)can, hold dress my fur"'It'I breakfust"Shot cant, lie down- because It's a sit up t000S1 t Ii,

.Juried at Johns Chaired 1 by the Iy hr packed' his !grip( These bluer; .Are too dumped hot.
t. H W. ACfee,at & p.nii Mou. 111 hp into whiles And it vt\'<)nit he long rurwwfore,) Jacksonville and ri i ,
warm weatliu!! : ( kft him
I''"l burial was in ;Fern I 11111Walton powdwlug. puffing primping fur breakfast!
Mln-diiled! 11.x hours lutinDfUlNf -. e
'' : TilE MC11T a mm fetching water in paper ''i .'
was, born In St. AugusiHlSHO a << cup
and formerly was a fur\' tilt, wife' s-w.iwl. off balince and said "pardon! me: It was too ;
,basins and builder here Sur- L.Ic. I got the' let watt. all of it, oil my old bald "head.v -:i,

n include three sisters M.... Lain wlil'|, <, stealing a.little cat-imp 1 was shocked Into full alert ,:
Hull -of Jacksonville. M.... My hesiv) winter overcoat' purled!. in the rack above linded with a
egtn slide(; Rawhngs of Atthboro llnid. in my 1 lap... The train/ 'had, hit a Georgia Central rail bump '

Tliiw were snores( varying from, bull fiddle basso to tenor sat
a, and Mr* Mae Cale of San :
,niM; son, Fred'! j J. uf Palm, iphittu<< IK.IIIB,. Hie !guy( ahead of me" talked In his sleep" Every now 140GG < I
v with whom he lived; two and thru lied gulp "H.rry. )lartty. He must have been a Oixiecrat '.,:,
write a )i il-i'liftuxi ) .
| nightmure.TIare's
""chHiri. Mrs Ruth Wile and I ,
i Kslhleen Smith, both of Mii out! thing darn sit up train Porters dont have la call ;, I
*' fir Ireiikfatt At the crack of dawn i
IMS HIJCTI everylxidys lined up
and II Mrs.
I i i grandchildren
lor ('(,1ham/ and .
iM did two" years,ago. Lt'at lug |.nkwnnilli. a fillir needled me Oiinsliinllv It was his : :\

G. i KEITH /lint trip to Homli and lie ,\Yullle ; C Keith, 88, lather of Ttep- fkaeh I spotted. I Ikuniiias, (fjwmg hue. guy trembled with. excitementand '

idative-elect Ccorge Keith uf. 1 exclaimed, "They :are h.iniliig upside d.W11, want oranges. :'1

,lit died suddenly at his home. oranges"DI&llhMLFD( '"
r"yCa.f aired 10 p. m. Friday. A BIT CREEKY: in! the knees, soggy In the sent '
,nJ< services ul 2:30 p.m.,' )I"n. and'! khort (it akKgt{ when the old Dixie Flaglur stuck its Diesel nose :;,
wfre followed by burUI In arc uss the 'bridge spanning the<< SI, Lucic I was happy BUMIC rldni \"
"h&ily* cemetery In Cavvtilk (doe rails k cannel if )'err. funny lone<< docs not go to sleep! and you I i.t

was born.In Oulluixl P.I.. riot' (uke a /Iritlo rmiijun gr ,...I\llIy. A quiet. fait trip from lung FREEZE .t
1860 and moved (to Cay in Ins drawers early winter tt summer shorts and fully clothes, is worth :

,tk. He was elected Meriwpther silting up one night for.
unty Representative and later 'I'd I like to say tins for the streamliner The Dixie Flugler Is the I "

'Ie IK'nator to the Georgia/ Leg. least ''lur* In which he served 21)) ', v..,, .,tit ittite ...id tturkiKu It liJt| a watchful.
rt )lie 111 survived by a djngh. uid ivwixike.| Dining! cut service was excellent The( 1,140 milt'l1 l
Margaret vi New York City "l'''''''' past like magic! and tier train arrl ed- In Stuart two m ) i iI

J I tjn t jons, George Alvfn ol f alitidaot>t t tiiix I I \\kli4k| I wdmo_ I eouldii. t reach Stuart fast (11
r.Cay ot. New York City and _
pi k; who was Ihing with lumkeilll l. I Y

died> In ,}M9Mi .'
) and Mn. Keith and three \.

litre Oiarlene, Quudine and t Committee Proud anVe to tell you that NOWIn -
-Auditing ReportFor
>rf Jr.. of Stuart left Saturday 3 our stores-Vou can buy AGEN FP O- M r
rx .
noon to attend the fMiicrai, + ZEN FOODS They r + packed In the
A '1' famous Pactfl& Northwest (Oregon, PL
Ant returned Tuesday' and r Wuhington. etej by AGEN* name f ,La
otlx-rs were expected tIKI..). ;o'" with national tttt In Frozen Food, f
C j n A gen Frozen Fotd.i a r UNCONDI i ie
t ;t ar* reatL consumer values
)dui Charles, Logue; M, brother Martin County ; AGEN FROZKN rOcX>S today- t Try our l
Vln. D. J JL, Williams of Stuart ] '- a risk your money bac if not latlsded t.. '
J after a long Illness at his : T \

[win) Augusta, Co, at 8:30: ( p.m. e: t
al funeral services and 1' Chamber of Commerce Agen Fordhook 4
eg Tuesday In August; 1 .
'"jw was horn in Augusta May 1j

Cavomrnent lI! and was hnspital employed there for in j cart, Florida Agen Strawberries LIMAS I Agen Peas I ;. ,

> 7 1948
)yeah' until his retirement in ec. Famoua North- C Only the beet go C, 1
4 Survivors Include his wi- 16 02 into the Agee 12ox12oz .
Martin C nty Chamber of Comm rce StrawberrIea ,,1
39 package
.pirtic; two list"" Mrs.. Ud- Pkg
and Mn. M J. Oxford ofIgIIlsville Stuart, FloGcntlemens a I t ':
Ca., and two chit I'F FAgen j
\ Chtrles and Grace Logue. : ,
b of Augusts. We, you auditing committal, having carefully 4 "
i sN
examined the cords of the Madin County Chamber r i iQutctlrRfiE Y
lit of Florida pines aretitter of Commerce submit the folio nj report I BROCCOLI ?
t uneven-aged second I ;,
due to the destruction RECONCItkTION OF a NK BALANCE I.
UM original stands 1 !!!IE i ', I
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t Bank Balance 11 -47 $1,40572Bank 32C j q

A Gift Deposits 11 \-47 to 10jll-48$$10,196 8,790.50.. 10-0% Pkg t.'....

She Will 'Appreciate DitburK-ments 114 7 to31.48" 10,11638 Agen Quick.Freeze .i

For Years To Corns Bank Balance 10-31 8.. .. .$ 79.84 $79.84 PEACHES i c

RECONCIUATli BOOK BALANCE Garden. Limas Agen Spinach IJ .
Balance 11-1-47 _.._-.$ 1,37772 Tended) Tlnyl Offl C C alaI edea 20C '>('
Book 7 31 tne. tUd" 14-0 ,
Receipts 11-M7 to 1 1 8.8,790.50 orl>Marvelous! Flaw 12 OZ JJ"w j?| 16ozPk9 plnach I ,

$10,168.22 .

ange Expenditures --$10,144.39 AIM'C Green Agen Raspberries l6 oz 49c Agen Cut

Book Balance .. __$ 23.83udit x
check previous 1800 \ Beans Corn

Outstanding Outstanding check current ye' r'" 3448 \ AgeD Cauliflower 1035c fr frf

Check book, char (no check

..moti issued) .. ... ... .... .... 3.53 "' JO.O% Pkg 30c 12'0 Pkg 27

.... 79.84 $7984 S.-. r r., k.waS., n.. e., At
Balar .. .... .. --
\,., :Agen Quick-Freeze,
Agen Qulck Freeze
f the office are neatXanJ accuwte.
the records
ly kept and d the opinion of your co mitt.ended.., those We Asparagusjyr3 IGGLYIGGL CornOn :
responsible fo tJiis work are to coot -
end that the present a .m of cc. I
further reco
of omm.rc. : s s t .the.Cob
counting ae w used by his. Chamber Cats &. Tlp { h

be continued Respectfully submitted j.OF=.12 oxPk9 39c 'Aver Pk9 of 2 Ears 29C

((5)) A. C, Courson
i {n Cou t3Iectric L. C. Klckhter

data u published for the Information 01 t
Co, Note-Thi
all rnernber. A. S. Blair President.i

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).)j )a"f ) )a )a ) ;)();) ););) ] 1 :COMMISSION GETS NEW HOME --
l l 'KtMII A 'Cities Said 'Being Starved"By

f If .... 1ft ;q a' 1< iI : : CHARLES A. (Chris) CHRISTOPJThank. [

Federal State Taxes
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I + )Merry\ Chrishoa Bing Crosby i if -r .*Y !
l f Christmastime Deanna Durbin Washington, IX C o (tAPI) soclatlon's; first attempt to unite t.
1 I The. Small One Bing Crosby 1M I Cities> are being starved!' for revenue cities on a half-dozen major
! j x Christmas Carols ,Dick Leibert ,(j by Federal> and State use of I policies with the frankly admitted e e'i" for your VoUXpd Support at the Primary

-..:.. i, Dickon (\rIstmal! Ca Basil Bathbon t the paled tax and other "patn- aim of lobbying tor them la I
CUD 'Twns, The Night, Before Chi nas Fred Waring S Sddi lesf' collection: devicet. Washington and 14 State capitols THVNCS YOU
ATV Mayor Fletcher Bowron of Los Finance topped the list!
\ a' Korn, I Angeles> carried that 'complaint of problems which Bowrpn I e1

A i! a Dib4] Storied t '''Cher /The Chick: Monday' to the American Mu. named\ as "crucial" Policies on For Electing.Aa Your Cif CommiisioneriStuart 1 1tt0
span If 1lothcrCootieSon; .L labies nlclpal Association along with! a housing improvement, recognition -
Palm fJark1'8 Maltl ril/ot0/ Spa ik Plenty al demand that cities be permittedto ,for municipal employee' Cim! xNfg"fl' ttot years with Car) )B. Smith as chairman, came Matout
WltbI,1' ij ijfaclUi' 'I I tv i )l, Little! Tot BubbJfe and Squeak j jr Park new sources 'Of revenueto civilian defense and payments the move. IKIIYplct Saturday ,id the Florida Industrial Commission T
! stbly r .1' I Itahty{ ; Time l'sine, jaboTh* Elephant f meet soaring municipal costs. to the cities In place cf taxes on into the new Caldwell Bulkling (shoWn abo\'t!), a. part of oust
I : l V'nel ReU1\1s Ru / Xn OrchestraVillcIrving' "The local tax base must be State and Federal property
,- i.l o 1 oJdlci; \ \: / the Horse a broadened through State and/or/ within! city limits also were on Tallahassee' Capital center The $2,000,000 building !house the Henry Pr Lyons
\ I t ; ti) ;.tl; Die IvtTrac) \,'ited"ltldlnl!' HoodIrVWonrterland # I Federal action, or 4 ,fI Little' lifatk Slimbo A"'e t'' level ot Government must be I 1933 with( ttitff of two, tn administer the wwVmra'i compensation
: 1
willing' to finance titles In other Bowron said city officials get, New t.iEase ,
Now fiat A On Life ; *.
Tm'tllll)' Dutklihg' Boz()Vnd Racket, SMp Ihot ways,", Bowron said In a ,pre- more taxpayer complaints than law. Division within (he commission, + now include the Florida
Arphabet Fun\ : Bugs! Bunny ,Itf Ii pared address.! any other officials because they State ,.Employment ,Servk ami\ Unemployment ComiKiisatiim! Di- AI'
; i At president and keynote are "closer to the people" and 1' '
k Bowron told 500 because most ,If not all, of the \illl"o. ._ ... -.. .
"'MO' (r'hrL'Itmn.q and Copular, Record and Albums I some ; --- ---:::= :::::::: ;= -.- ---- --
f ,i 3f 'from 41 States that the three- > taxes have been pre-empted
t f The Record Shop 'a I I day session that ended! yesterday by the Federal and State Governments.
I Jt can be "the most Important ',,' ,
I if q Lyle' Theatre' }Dldjf. Stuart: Fla. p pti I' one Government In the history In of municipal this- "Although Insignificant cities: receive part: of a "relatively the\' It's A'Wo criulGi

: :( tt.!( : : << t<< I country tax dollar, munftlpal revenue:'
... The..meeting. the as- stands out like a lore thumb beCause -
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- _. _. _. l li"J'i we still must.rely largely
r i;) Wia i :;'; "?:;}' i "j"''' :t::( i i:1t3't: : : ::IJaNlfel'' \ on property taxes he declared',
Bowron added that 1n 1932, at
p the bottom ot the depression, total i
Ap ,
property taxes totaled tor
p 1 For That. ;468,000,000 while In flush 1948' OU ARE INVITED TO DR IN a
1 ? au., I i the receipts were only a, .trifle l3 And Leak Over O\r Stock ofINFANTS' fiAut

f / i! larger, $4,904,000,000Meanwhile, the cities. are con-'I tic Washex' AND CHILDREN/S WEAR i
1 j n tremendous backlog m SWEATERS, INFANT \$IZE TO 14
I dp"c'\; I
tE Christma/(1ift t .1 of ; works and school
j. Perfect and' other construction Which: Eugene of Miam and Trude .of/California Dresses ; '

I could not for be done want during ot tunds the and depression I izes *o to. i

1 Choose a Delectable Cental\\ wiUfJacket To Match during the war for lack (Ie materials SizeVd to bfat Close Out Prices
I ,
i Bowron tald. The problem Girl ,
BoysNipG Pajamas, t td
"Xor now, he added Is lack of
o, +a !, a ,Slip-Blue, Pink auT\Vjiite Satin or revenue At an and afternoon'high building session cosu.Mon- Liiii',4xceptional, in Quality >VJ Style. A Useful Gift. ;

'I day, the association drew up a t a COPPER WARE '
: : Filame Cl'C'pc.' housing policy The delegates a !

I f.. also endorsed Federallyaidedpublic lee, Bowls C die Sticks Chinese Figurines
housing and alum clearance Lamps, / an
,,1, f 'Wispcse' f: Girdle o Maiden Form Bra:&k: l'C it u well as the retention of t tCUT'
,: L / the war housing units due' for 1 SPECIALS AT .20% OFF -" I IDEAL GIFTS
., II, dismantling at the end of next FLOW S P0 ED PLANTS
.1 / I year ,

,. c I greeted President the delegate Truman win Sunday a mes May We Suggea at You Order FUwert Now For Cnvjitmat Delivery. .
r age' indicating a sympathetic e USE HAY-AWAY PLANSLOCUM'S
interest on the part of the Government
THE LITTLE I DRESS SHOP i housing and'In finance.the problem. ot

Calling Inflation a major cause Martin County '
,J{ | / LETTIE C. DUGAN, Owner of the cities' problems, Mr. Iranian "" '
said both the Federal and p YOUR LOCAL FLORIST s 1 1Ar
k I |t Post Office Arcs / Box 636 Stuart, Florida State Government have 'an Interest Electric Co. % r Dchon Bldg, Phone 387 or 139i -J Slusrt, 1i i
Jf in the solution of municipal =
ll fe "" )'j)( \t !( tCtC t.tC: fC tCte: -!("; problems Phone 75
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:. 'I '! I QPEN! NIGHTS'TILL } "f.

: ), li b 0 of ; CHRISTMAS[ ,
j' ''' TILL 10 P. M. "
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I 't'\: \{ \. !. .:"r.!. 'LII Open Alt Day Sunday ..1, ,,
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He'll Appreciate FI

I 21 p 0 z I A-Billfold GIFT ITS, FOR.'.'HER>(" eIJ

s* t, \' ,.
'; By' "

l ; : > Finest Harriet Hubbarct fAye: : }

v H, fl'PTO ACCOS Christmas ( 'b Elizabeth Ardent} ,. w

tf Wrapped Coty't .. Cara Nome II) r)'
a4 1. ? I, 1"1II "

f Cigars" Richard Hudnut *. .. >...> '
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,, i ,, a Cigarettes From Our Wide Evening in PaisDirBa'rry f:"
"I f and ,..,
ift Selection : ",' ,
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"t f Pipe Tobaccos 5,9''. '
W ,Tr yoJrs to Company in You, Ure; t .. es

s Shaving} Brushes l GIFT,'" SETS ,FOR :,. 'HIM :J:

KIRSTEN, KAYWOODIE "<, ;: :7>*. o ley .:'1 .1qld' spice .. ::''e stagy: ., .. King'"Men--f i n ; ) WilJiamS-;' :'

< V Palmolive .. .. .. Colgate i\\
r g? ,W rista! tches.\ .
tM and ,
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t. \ ? r yj a h11. 4, !:1"/ : J''
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t ''i YELLOW BOLE : ''i' Some ol the smartest women In fh s world we BlUE ,: : I' ; "'L :

GRASS perfum..xdusJv"v.iI".I"v'fY1hi RESSER SETSi : fr",
I I Shea f fromsslroct! 'to edit and sachet..wir4dntY, I ', e ,"" J, ,'. :', a
i ? PIPES Pod dream ol having,any other fragrance.. TheM are the v .. '" MANIr.UIUf'SETS .-1

.a encl! women v1"'l'" wearing\ chic djlhet on Imporlont 1 "",;1';';Wi ,I> 1/.1
I I a,' !iI Jf IWIIdIlP \ 'ot ';Lien c..>>oni .. the women" Who ore newt .,.,,:who Can ''n",;::<,t j/jti.1IIAND/ { : 'upno S"

to fl? and Women. have whal'tll'fpleoSeondp''erthebest' .:Why"" "" / I : } ;; ,?,. '.".
j ; R and ZippoLighters ,not! joirt th.rn with! BLUE CRASS loday> 0 ': 'iii ',;'1>.. ./', "" ); "'
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Useful and'- 1 v' '
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} 1 nut oases mruMt 3.7$1060.00 : .... ;1
1 1.. Lasting\ Gifts'Konson ,.-.'---:+ N\t'4"\ ss.
prI STATIONERY. I I ',' :' ,? .,

I I 1 See Us Electric Heaters, IronsWaffle; X '
NYLON tY'a '
CHRISTMAS CANDIES -. Irons, .Coffee Sets .. ... '
;w d" ', ,. ,"'''' '
::1, ; k' ". .Pressure Cookers, II", .' ORE ING CAItP '
i .
'r'rJ [
l ,r1, 1.); rl'By Gale *, Whitman, Norris' '

n l ,. and roncburnV a SAVE WITH SAFETY AT; YOUjR: ;'REXALL STORE :.' si'

E,1' ;. ; ': ''. 'Gale'sFamilyAssortment; "STUART; DRUG, CORP. i '

HJ (}.9-fA -4 IBs. $2.98 PHONE 11 Registered Phai-madst on Duty at All Times
J N ) W' 1S.$ Christmas. Seals and Wrappings ,.. '

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' illllllllllllllllllllllllllllliniiiiuiiiiiiitl FOR If 111111111 11 If 11111111111111 Jill all 111111111 all jtillifillifillill-llitillitilnililliilllitilI-==I 9= i __ o=*====*=0_ O I II -In- I

I SALE1111111I11I1111I111111I11I11I111I1111111111I1111I I '!FOR! RENTHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII NOTICES.. :SOCIAL NEWS 1 U.CAL ADVCaTISEMtNT--S;:; __LEGAL ADVtaTIMMINTColdwell o 11 11140TICE I

an always open iron THE

m 1 lfImIATP [ I I CABIN math BOAT, SI-It. 85..bp Ker- APT.I FOR sEAsori: LlvthgnrooinToedroom : ; : till ,MIDNIGHT for your eon O=====:aoao=oa,,=, oao=oClo ROAD FISCAL AND Val BRIDGE END1140 S.rct. MBU 3g, ISM TO INCLUDE PORT ..IWAU.'j: :$

motor. fish chairs, fish dinette and electrie venl ku*. Yea can get that ERTIIiATLIl JXPIiNDITURICtI: : all COUNty! Ill

h" outriggt'rL' Telephone kitchen. OnthewaUr, Phone late siWck at Rice-s Jlestau- FOUR HOMES PLANNED ALBRACHTS HOSTS FORT. EYWE8l AND 8EPTENRYK JotlDG9 it. 1940., ,

0 I_!!!a&rl __ a"u 111-*. / 3 /tf rant \ Mov. ZStfIlllllllllllllllllrXlllllllllllljlllllllllllill Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Albrecht frolinti.-ro, .-r too to" inermeemooto D18TRIC-r:., rRj'I'; \
FOR SALE iou : I I entertained at their horns on (Ifteekwayl' 0
: In Girls Blcr. i & Hriliall. Bond Atlerae,' ;
: *< PER WORD OROIN.t tie and 1- 14 In Girl Bicycle, FOR RENT;)-i; d room ap.r'mente W A TE R. W. Hayman of Sands Con Palm City Road Tuesday night Validation KrocoMlltin. ." fIo'I\ ,
i Afte-144 Jor ( .thurvftift.' ..
month with dinner bridge .,
a .
'' Mrs J. Ar IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWANTED I 11111111111111111 a party
MINIMUM 5e FOR 17OBDS W. Berry, SOS W Srd Sttf by season Alt .tructlon .Company Is planning

* ; Ie FEE WORD CAM. electric. NOW/Y decorated. : Apartr-Xnt' In ba.1 I a riverfront home In Hlldabrad Quests Chappelka.were Mr.Mr. and and Mrs Mrs Arthur Jack I ..... and to_TftA1.'., ...*..._,... _..,."t .. _' .. ,'iHM..,"

TAM MINIMUM Me FOR 11! _- Green Apartm/nts, 431 Coconut Inc= section ef/tuVt J for twoadults Park, Stuart Subdivision, it was awl, .:... Cniesfl-d. G.d Lo. or Irletrid. a toil. ... .owunt.to
FOR.SAL!: 1941 ; t-D;; ; Row / 36/4p (fatherAnd daughter) announced and V, V. Thelss, Arthur H. Chappelka of .h.,._-..., and pdi..T -opegoo ..4 I or .11. ..../: ....'" I
.0aDl today ,
Jr., James Chappelka. Mr and tritpondliform oontomploted for the fI.oot Fftr .--a.. ...,... ".4 tot
Luxe Ulilltjr Gray lot Just Wit RENT"iuioin7wltb7kitcheaprivileges; ; with, all conveniences.\ODH I Worth am has begun construe .-. the to, be I... 1
jijUOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU"UIIIIII1'ARTMENn : Mrs Archie Kldd Miss Ida Al- :: r6'. .11.111 .... ,.
; ; .Ei7. V
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broken Stuart \ d
In. fl,'7S complete Reasonable. Sol W. News/ unit of a modern two-bedroom bracht and Clarence Chappelka 11:4.1."I:d1tId.t.1. :. atefal of tale of' ;; ; =: ,-" ;
\ FOR RENI101111111111111111111illiciellillitilitillilI with cover Like new. Stuart 61h IIIMIIItllllllllMI/llllllllllll tell dwelling In the tract Two additional .. ;. 4049, .t Sao O'.h p, M. ,oM that I
Marine St 9/lp I .Me N. if."... .tot-I'llt. I I. the Stuart N-. .. 4 ftinrd. .
!!' Service, Stuart, Fla. 3 VICES homes will be built by PROGRAM SCHEDULED D... and ordered this. let oar ml Doeeniker. I.4I, "' 11ft.

, ... ___ Dee Z, f, U : FOR RENT/Apartment, I bedrooms IIIMIIIIIMIIIjirillllUmillllSLIP I the developers. A musical program sponsoredby 1 ,' '
4r -- BOARD Of
) 1)
.. -- n/lvaU :
entrance, pri- COVtRS: Draperies, etc, the Choir Guild will be given MAETIN COUNTY .
I electric equippedkitchen Presbyterian Church at Spm
II Made h order Satisfactionguaranteed. at V.... it. u.. 1iy
SIZE RANGES I 4 / Reasonably priced Phone 17*-W Mr and Mrs John t1 'Wennin Dec. 28 An offering will ,:
S16995 8 B.,Hiilllps, 609 & California be taken for the benefit of the toVERTISEMEMTNOTICE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,"I .
: after/1:30 week days, all day entertained with three tables .
ill P1 13 PIR 1 ger "w ",11;
HALLS ELECTRIC SERVICE I _!--e. ___ 89/lp Sat/son. 17/4 of bridge In honor of Lt. and church organ fund. :
Post Office i NOTICE: fe ....... a-lvm. that. the Hale IN' V JUOOE" COURT bP 'A'
Arcade FOR /EMi Efficiency Cottage f Mrs. Harold 8. Splcer of New Hoard of Ed...Mrs or the state el" ".... I J'R STATE 9" "
4 Film ,Phone 13 : Ap Has everything desired Mexico at thelt home in St Lu- PARTY SCHEDULED lea will offer forwile and will r ov.09@emPo1Jtiv IDA ,, ,
A Christmas party for the bids, ,Ifir Tollshoo_ narida IJC L ESTATE:
I _____ Nov IStf P m City Riverfront Adults BOARD HOLDS 2 cle Estates Tuesday night. Prizes at 11 At o, hi L ( I 0
----- Presbyterian Sunday School will .h'M1IT,I JuUn7roth.::: o : I
.. o YG.. F, Blauvelt, Box 93, were won by Mr and Mrs. 1141 for land N .
WN' ..
NOTHING be held at 7:30 next Wednesday fvII-4-fi' ,
tlm City. 36F /" Robert V. Johnson and Mrs J. S. seedIs., leaa h.0\ M the W TO CREDITORS A
AND SHOO month_"RIO ST Greenlees, Others playing were night at the church. Refresh- South of Juelter 14 All! the ....... of It...... 1,
A COURT I LUCIE" on the old No I road a SEASONALRENi's;;V;;;I T Ireland Mr. menu will! be served A budgetof r.'T.J:"ip I* Houtk.. .Range Haat. .as ar/Ao..... an b.-by woutil I.t
AR NTSa Mr. and C -: .....'..n. tot 4S .._ 1'11a any tlofte. or 4. 4 1
FLORIDA to Jensen Beach Choice of (furnished houses on Sewall and Mrs David B. Irons Jr.. and 15.558 was approved at a congregational The neeeiafiil trailer.. te M oar the .. "'o -4- ,,
DART, about 75 meeting Friday .' '. end OHtao of the County 41Mr.
lots total price $250 Point; fine location and basis.tiful supper cent I
4 Mr. Oreenlees r. then' County. rtorlle.'
ated l The -1 of .hll
ully Equipped and she' 50x100 night and membership .. .11th. I
11 up sidewalks grounds L. F. Knowles, IResolution he A-6.1-1, 1. tno'sowd'Noer'las' nnloHiolt Florida.
beep Apartments 427 and I : .'... 4 1 cnonthi from the ,
air and paved streets. Writs on, Phone 67-R. Brokers protect- accepting pledges now are being accepted all Ojotrol eM. phoeoliate, ailnernla .f ...._ of _onto_ ,
thin ,
W Uy 'snd Seanrtn RatesPan Get. Dads'Realty (OwnersZ709 / ed. Oct. 14 tf certifying the result of Tuesdays Mrs. Cnirgc Hmlsmr and him *nTh*"'s'tate. dfIrpett Boar' "o* Kdomlflon: reeervol h.ach, .... .-t 'ho In writing. 11

i All Tear Hound, ..W. Eighth St, Mia /. --- -' general city election was Louise Wells. who were here at Mr and Mrs Jack Smouse are the. ri.bit nil sad... tha' _plaeo of reeidenen ,t
ef the ela
v meatnnd
IT T PAG I Mcr. Fla, Dec $. tfa i iGET'Vot'R FOR RENT Two down-town adopted by the City Commission the Stuart villafor' three! weeksUMting kavlng tomorrow to spend the 'BY' oRDrjt: .IRA; w7solo'll' orKdnoatlon njual he Worn .. hy UM al.1...I.I t,
Telephone IIU -- apartments. Newly furnished. at the second of two special Christmas with tlitir ., the Florida hta.. e... or hie attorney or H will,
ealerJlarnow Friends, It ft Monday morning holidays par Ill S. ColdWell, G-raoo. IMS desk All electric equipment. Phone meetings at city hall yesterdaynoon. N. C. tilts Mr and Mr, George Weaver Tlfi: llrd Oar off N.I.her.; A. %.' hill
IiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIFOR at The Stuart News/Of.A Stuart 1. May 11 tf The board also approved for their home ih Cuiitort r.E8i..II..., .......,, t I
Ivan estimated bid of 0 and Mr and Mrs Albert Smouse! State. Board of k....... f Fell MeD FRENCH ,l,
Calendar Taylors
r ....
or Al Admlniitrnior' of the III.
SALE a refill for your of' II FOR KENT Floor sanding machine $e25 to repair the city s-ptlS B C. C'hipnum or Cleveland In Cunvlx-rUnd Md. PM__I._ I._14.. _It__II _% I or R.IIrt M. Freock a-..... ,

ntiiiimtiiitiiniiMrtitmi-iiiiiiiriiiini I i ...- ----.V and edger. Reflut.hYour tank and Commissioner Arle cnrotite home from llillvwniidwhere 0 LEGAL n ADVERTUEKENTEsf : -- I IIUGHURHON B. T. T .a...FRANCIS..,- I.

-_, FOR SALE: Z4-foot I .Iemh.use I floors st reasonable rates, Stuart reported the Stuart Garden lie tttntlti 1 the investment Mr and Mrs Carl Both of Tropical I AM.....y. for Adeelolianisely. I I

ram FOR SALE Go.O trailer .., Phone 10S, Stuart Hardware Club has been' offered a'', bunters convention lust week, Farms were the wfelend IN FOR COUNTY MARTIN JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT FLORIDA.IN IN AND. T 1. S!, Dee .. S. IS. |I4S I

seres, I houses packing house. thru-trill dolly, /tir I ", Ce _____ tf choice of several sites for erection spent the wetk mil in Stuart with guests; irf Mr and Mrs Herbert! F ROSATdIN '11 .1 LEGAL NOTICE I
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full size bed truck il of a water fountain It offered
1 r. r. Adams. Hobe Sound his parents Mr and Mrs. )J. R. Weir In Davenport.. ATK OF HUOH LAU8SA '
; -By for beautification I IAN. 'IN
William the
n/tf tluir !home St. 0 COURT IN AND FM1-1
phone at on I
Breeze, Jensen / week or month Phone 300. purposes last week.Commlasloner. Pomeroy ot b-n .. HUGH I.PWILLOUGH MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA. I
-------- Mr and Mrs If. T. Bvrne .
- : Lucre Crescent a Y. IN CHANCERY I
The Stuart News tf
1'01 SALE: Qa BostZZ, foot, K. S Stlmmell\ Myrtle Beach. S. C. recently ai.- PETITI l I !j FLORIDA STATS: FINANII COM
FOR SALE: ) doiencloth win -a- NOTICE 0' FILING POR rAN y, A Florid
I JK! beam, 4S htUnlversal' Ma.I FOR RENT; .Modern 3H room, t missed yesterday's meeting and rived the winter station FINAL DISCHARGE OF I EXETOR ; Corporation
I riot motor IlkeWw, Electrie dow shades like/new. Used I bedroom River In Commissioner Jack Coleman Cluil.i Titus, A A. i 11 4 to pcnd N..... I. borralry ..." .h.. ... .., PlaintiffHD I I'
Apt Facing : Naval T TAir ::1 I
i : ..
the .
at Edgewater told ft .1 k. ..
bilge pump and nSecessary accessories. electric ranretsed rotary tonn. Season or year Write missed Monday when the board Si.turdav' from the P< us u iciil i Arts "1ft.W. .f Hurh tons t-0- WthI HOWARD J> ..RY. It W.1W..dettid..

I Priced V for k Ironer- cheap tsed Bendlx Box ABC, The Stuart News met at noon to prepare the bal- Base to spent .' 10-d.i) leave e- (.I.: it.... Rush L W11121,117 NOTICI TO APPEAR

..... Phone IM or.\OL'Ini lc and LaundrratCheap. Sec i Stuart Dec.-2, 9, 16 lot box for Tuesday Ten absentee with his mrtinr. Mrs, fhirkH C. Ick Mr of, and Bewails Mrs Point Lewis, Dommer-have returned dl'or dl.toib.Uon flifit I and havo I.,Iota Intel or Mother.,petition',". THE STATE I'KHKY,OF"' ,.WMIDA U nmrrlod.Too HOW.__

ArthJr /Dehon __ _ _
I Hews.U Istf Drhon, Building u ballots and 1598 blanks Titus In Uitorulo! [II Itights. Titus theholidays. .nd .h.t on the 110' dau, of December. PkRRY hie, wife::4. ._ lr-a namiunknown ".
t _- I Stuart II tf FOR RENT: Newly furnished Items Included In to New York City for II4K, I .III apply t. t*. H __ Tone __ were among recently wtl hh test for cadet Ihvr R ClooU. County .d.. of MMtlaCounlr CIA' FERRY KMER90N.
I S. NO 1 HIGHWAY homo reasonable All convenience the box All city' employes were riorld fur >pior l of" fcld end J.UOYe:' ber hai.btia ,
iNO ft on U. $. No. 1 bwy by FOR : Christmas buy *, Jensen Beach (Sunny I I Emitted a $10 bonus for ChrtstImas training. I .! Met raturni .nd for flul, dl.ckiri >4tiMUlnr .h..-. _,lw.. .... in unknown.*eeidentaof .
of the -tot. DC Hulk LuMut
l..N ft dll4''. South ef rtuart a cute- pull Fred NlevlingSewall ,, I Acres). See Mrs. E. F. Kendle 1 -e- Mrs J O Ranger and son, i iOery. t I IA;MAPLEWOOD THB UNKNOWN AMEKLFA SPOUSE:VIRGIN.HEIRS
west ef Bn%e Sound! Fine nxulaess I"s PoiAt 7 Jensen. Phone at Stuart Drug Co. or Ocean Mr-' T L Talk-y kft this week I left yesterday for Roil .. is.' i DF.VISHCS CRANTFE8. CREDITORS

site. Special price 145 per 145-J I 8/Zc Breeze Park 38/lp 1 I for BirmiiiLluin' 'Ixjimisc of the ter, where they will meet her I CHARY A. ri Bloom iiwrIVANS Ill". ias 1 AND THROUGH OTHER UNDER PARTIES UH: AOA1NBT CLAIMING WISE 8\-,

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I.... Ask for booklet. Broke : STARTS husband. S/Sgt. J, O Ranger at Att-y ,or .FIevtwP. PrRRY JR. PkCEASFD HOWARD
( I illness ol | motlxi I
SALEklftonFordTruck; 1111I1111111111I1111111I1111I111111I1111I111111I1I itr ., J
FOR ; ; ; ,
eeeperate.J : \ I I the home ot his parents, Mr 2. 0 14. IS. un ....r AS LEGAL GUAR: DIAN OF
S. BLAIN l new ntotr and overhaul; air I SERVICE OFFERED WINTER HOURS PUN :; ; 0 und Mrs Anthony Ranger Ser- LEGAL ADVERTISUIENT ft f fr THB UNKNOWN RPOUSK.HPETKNTl HFIRS
and painting Mrs, \\ilhfonl., Ransom Uath who Is stationedIn 'DILVISFY9.! GRANTEFJ: CRKDITOR8
Room, IK, Olympia Bldg i\ compressor spray I Ill 11 Ill lilt 11 title 1111111111111111111111dillilli geant Ranger
I4eouipmetit electric I drills and Stuart Western Union office )(] Mrs, John I If;, TaUir wire the Air Forces at Newfoundland : FARMS CLAIMWO BY
Hay I If ; I FOR FLOOR SANDING and flnishing ill Army THE THE STATS OF "' UNUfK OR AGAINST' '
. Vilseeltyneous shop equipment -that Is guaranteed te reverted to Its winter scheduleof guests of Mr gild Mrs. }Jo;. .k. Ein- will have 30-day : ro: I I.'ANTFER. MACK OKTEA8FDI
MIMiKI tf Metal aid V : HI I I -- smetlf Winston at Bartlett I please you Call Cecil Donald- operation hour yesterday cry for the Animal Rumble! at theairchild furlough. his first In more than deed to bid unknown helrl. davlaoea" tHFDITORS AND OTHERPASTILS
Aft YOU seen our self-prw- remain In force until' .....*.a or vraateeo whole rail BY THROUGH
Eldorado Heights 39/tf which will
Garden Cocounut a
n..r R Stuart. in
? Saves son, 3! Tropic year. Ill ... orsd- ore ....".., 1-VjUFR .Alft'l'.18' I r WISE PERSYISFASrll :
Palled twirling mower \f SS/Zc April 1. Mrs Myrtle Garrett I, HUYI.m .K1.I.ISON whoel tell AND AIL FERMONR
that Jisrd poohlng. Come In __ MODERN UPIIOLSTERY''L7.lord' regular operator Is assisted by I CrnSdtnnL.y Miss Ann Plttman who''is attending ZVI and ....... la Hnkoewil and FlkMI, OR CORPORATIONS C1AIMINGA ; 1.
0- W d-d to J- ..k-w. "..... ..1. RIGHT! TITLE OR INTrREBT IN' 1
for demonstration. Also have The best of 119 fi.I will ,
FORULE: glass s Upholstery Shop Miss Mary Redditt and hours Wesleyan Conservatory I'Vete,- lilt FOIIOWING ntSlRIBFD LANDIN
Mower te rent by the boar or beeb.| Martin County at fees I Self, St. fort Pierce Free es be 8 am to I pm dally except I Senator and Sirs, EunlCrury.. In Macon, Is expected home Sun. WARJORit N. WALUCIC ;rtd ,I., _]MARTIN. VOUNTY: JLOHIDA.TO. ,,

4jy Clesa HP that vacant lot fanloun'St.LucleBar' M1CIIELm timates. Phone Fort Pierce 10. Sundays when hours will remain I Si Luue Eetatcf,, have as their day to spend Christmas with ...ho.d. urbooo, torsiden W ALIJCI'- aad ,nddnand II .or-. Wl

an4 snake year place look bet-; lOV,-Uc. 19/tf All work guaranteed. Drop a t-11, a m. and SSO-I3: ;: p,m, In nseguesl. hw mother. Mrj W. 1:. her parent, Mr. and Mr*. A. O :: tivikee.a.; tf deal to hoi TM North! .....I.klh. and the Booth I
W.Ralph Ulmer Motor Ca.Ang.11. -- .*,- -_ I card. Oct ZS/tf I Mckewn, of TiunpaMB Pittrillare.- unknown haln tI..I_V} loxatoaaer thie founhe of Uoveranent Lot 44.IX
; ._ __ : I E'ml- ; I Gerwit-4 Lot I) nnd the
tf FOR SALE"f Finest wlfglerJilng JIMMIE HASSELL IS I "e-: FLORIDA AND CAPE: OOD REALTY weak 0...W. of the SoutheeettiueiVr I
f 10ft 40c (SERVICES OFFERED Reliable iku'llo and James COMPANY n dlliolved Florida .er; or Section tl T..-..'" II '
rUNT FOR SALE Outside per Doe is attendingNoKthv. Donald Hartman oration whoae former : place ol R..... ........ 41 Eut. I
f white woman would aid with BACK WITH CRUISER +tl'm Univroity In Eviinnton Ashley, who are attending Georgia bill note and ..doam unknown- You Petit4 ore Kerehfnotified
White and Flat White $1JS : : seUemBab-eei: : ...Why".
fts Vft. children In evening or by the arrive Saturday WMLIAMO, MUGGINS AI rKUD L. that n .heen brouvhtiralnit I
fallen la gallon lots. Colon "i III. arrived tndav to srwnd[ Tech will WEST and H. O. HOBB,, |. ..-,.. ion In the Circuit Court in nndlor ,
per '. Worm Ranch turn I hour Appointments solicited tCapt Jlmmle .....U. former with her night to spend the holidays with ,Int orflceri and t .'tee ". MnrNn County 1 Florldo. In Chnnnrr, ,,
and porch and deck enara end of Butt Rd. 39/ti Must have transportation. local charter boat operator, Is this Clmitmus ho1idrld. stnle Flnnneo' Cowipnny, nrlorldn
all from $U u $2.(S per f siton. I Write Box XYZ c/o Stuart of parents. Mr and Mr*. )Jofm M, Mrs Leon dluolvl Florida.. '.meriation., whoM... aorporntlon.. In the obovo.I.
; back after an absence some Ralph Hartman and ,ee,...... and addrenare .r. tItI.d.I., lor the Ponof i o.o ln.
Hob Sound Lumber Co. : SOrf fell on S.- Lucle 1'11'' '*' 39/2p six arriving this past U.w )i I., it (tlicir. home on Cull 'I' respectively known. and ,If dead to their' nnknownhelra. Ill and ..'0<1.. the. title of the"
years Ashley ... ...
none 1551 U tfOt devlteee lenateea nod Stale r. C.
Apr River ZOO feet lacing New LDR i'd: ;; ;; ; week-end with a new fishing (lurnla' Ave. 1 1, e j teee; IC. = F.iIXVd ,
hour, r : :ri.:2: : :
C ,
SA-LE IrJ Cocoanut Park Drive 750 or the 40-ft Chianti IX -0- Mr and Mis. W. C. Armor of M.,MARDWICK wheai le-t h '
1* erea. I I I Mrs W. H. Hearrlng, cruiser oddrma ... Stuart Florida and Itt C-" at
night .
irsve. 132lxlM ft. I allI> more feet In depth ,Beautifulsite Munch Rt 1 which he and George Beckwlth Miss Irfurw' IXorstuu, ptiljitithnol EldoradoI Heights attended! the ... ..a.... ,ldenof nowno the CL.-.Cm"Lk.Vlxt-'a: .. Florida *
yrs. ,
e/e Mrs. W. H _
Nur-room house. Laid I for home subdivision cottages Jensen Beach; Fla. 8/lne formerly of Minneapolis, will musk Instructor. Is kuvllllmmnrr..w ) Shrine ceremony in Miami Sat. AIL am PARTI'J- : ."",.dfJ.: .. I...... your Attorney- nppoarnnoe In aaU .Fi:Iperoonnl on the 1 11thaay ee1by

Indian River er trailer eampElec __- operate from the Frailer Creek for Umitilli hi Spend h,. .....u.h. under or against the. of \hor III*, and tkereafterf '
so ;&Z.Go hard roads no city I SPtNCER for women The craft Is powered with uiday ...,...... or ..w ....'..do.. ..d .It with .fork Your written derenee.If .
veea Salerno J tricity, SUPFORTS basin. the holidays VI ith her mother, Mrs erred .... k...lna or elllmlni U have any. to .Ih4..11I l of Cnmplotnl thereto
taxes. Between Sunset htatei Men's belts. Luella Downey two 150-hp Kermaths It was any title or Internet In theORtfTTNO1' within the tmO, hy lewWITNbSS .
Onoer--H. r, Thompson, Zdlu Dcaritnn St..tflnrd Is lea\ing,,: S mil iv Hithl ,p7-rib.d
115 a I ot Parker- min *" 'Wd dy the oeol Of.lid
Jim*, Fla. 00 I. ; and Keith Properties. 1101 Orange Ave built by Adam Price -- l lit' will spend ? Court a. ...... Floridn. this ISf
front foot on river; Louis peter Pierce. Phone 197.M for appointment town. N. / for Allwny where II 1' 'horetiy n dared appear ., .f N..,..i'' 194HJ ,
OR SALE Box 1203. Stuart, Fla-or tf Ha.ssellspent 3tt years in the Mr and Mrs Earl B Milan Christmas with Up *> -in.liw and to the Rill; of fomplolnt: =: aeainltyoa ::
: Belvedere N. ito ,. III mat ecrtaln' ca. < oondlnf In the1) It
_. left Sunday for n
the 1MI 4. see on premises! 1911e --- --- i Army as chief warrant officer, Mr. diughter! Mr uml Mrs, RolxrtK'fCallum llrco Court of the Nln.h Judicial" Clr Ai I 4POWEROY.;.. Coal
VAGABONI/D.See -- -It GIVE YOUR CARDS that per- : to act as chief engineer spend the holidays With and their son, Bruce call of Florida, In and for Martin, dun.T. MwtS, Cotraly rtorida.FVAN1 .
kheel limit* .. authorized and Mrs Edward Roemnelt. twix", Chanre Cnw Ku, 1441 wherein 1 f-RARY!*!...<. Morlda: ,
beaded *,- FOR SALE: 1365 feet on new Coeoaruit I touch-your ChristmasIad : on any type of Army craft. Stafford I r K 11.t ,> nairedlei plalntlH' and A, All-Y' fin la,ntlffMuv
Park Drive north of \ addressed by hand. Zc le48 he took al) ob e- dtfw.. ..a yea JS: Ihi i II toil
Jesuit. / In February Students of Florida State Col- -e -- :...b: ,;.:,%:: :: file .1th, the ,
ill Sunset Estates 1800 feet moreor \each. If sealed and with Civil Service as marine Inspector week to Mr and Mrs. E\'on.lte Itmann! C.ork i oT the aald Oatirt you writtenr.jran I -LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT:--
In depth 55 acres Vsch plus postage L.; F bidg-1 out of Mobile lege who arrived this e **rionel''I ror by attorney Inad I
1 CA j supply yet less hard Dehon working spend the Christmas holidays and duugl ter. Starr of Newton mil .... he I7fh day i>r J.....,. DXICOUItr.
Electricity J New craft ; ;;;
less. alit, room Army Air Force In I"
more or checking A. D "" the third Monday
P laraee) Self-Parlwal ft roads no city Uses sloe an Phone Z54. Dec. .. 8. 1& from the Carolinas to Texas. with their parents are Elaine Conn. arrived last wwk and lire ..... month: ...Ips Ih/eafler to Ilia with i I 11 rOR' COUNT'MARTIN' COUNTY, I-LORIDA.AND
Dorothy and Mrs tho Met wrtfVen d.f-... II ; -
'imps you Beed. for -- this and Peggy Ulmer in Broadway Dr\bum your any IN FHObATE
Mttor acre Real buy, priced "ALL TyjES OF ROAD "I couldn stay away from Jeanette Rudd- _. The Hill I II.MbIrd of Cg/ipl.lnt, at the tine ,I IN RE, | I I
Company. Mildren the cartoonist", DaleXlelsil ,
Box low
Soler the veteran Sollrrmn is hy /
toot said 1
sale Stuart flshlng" MIA in OF FLOBLNUS! CLAYTON. }
ouica _
Mrs. foiitht
Kramer : Thai Ihi relief d prnyei I.
DIL SALIi Sofa B Sl, Platform U03, Stuart Fla, or see on AND BULLDOZER charter boat operator and Im" Emerson Lee Wells and Robert for comic strip BreudaStarr In .ai i Walter
.... .
19/1 In the i 1 title' I I. .Ia'' I If to theft Vort.l.1 FFRiCONSHAVING '
Keeker, Coffee /Table, End premises._ ____ I WORK glad to be back game Greene ....,. .. MOl' 000..... Fiforlds do. TO ALL CLA(''I-k IlLiAND11.
IIEAV ___ --
TaMt, Artificial liatber Chair. DISKING DONE j __: --- \"' AdAINoT SAID MITTE I I
Beautiful choice I of Deotlu/1' Townihln IS ofeentZ ,
Ucetrts AlMsl FOR SALE: SUBDIVISION LEGIONNAIRES GIVE ; You and oorh of '. .-. noil.
Juice Extractor. AND
north fork of LOT 11111111 N A .lanre f n) PTO.OJ t any ilahaoMd I
home sites on Ja 60,1E WERE He-'ln ,-Ep or th. nllrxntloni ol d:7..hkb"r .
Ave oAellhor of
new, $2510sarela Lucle River and Cocoanut CHILDREN* FUND IS=; 9 N 4 D IE ft Dt A it .he ,, '.. "'III .ho token aaIn ... the eotalb of FloreneoOMntr yea
!t-r / J /lpNGE St Park. Dr. Sunset E....... Elec- I HAULING TELL SAND, TO L a AV M I L a P L A I RI ..,nl.The..N40.i-,. 'n.' 6,." deelinated miy Ckayt-it d-A aifatnit' late "'are' Upoeir
------- ,1. Notrative ,1.t of f IwId. HoorottibleA
ACROSS = = ( Ideftim. State
F 'I.X-Cost Iron, trtclty. hard reads, no city ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE Donations to the Florida, Crip- studio 34'., TrI.N."d3o. 3 9 RWS A L I IZ :t.\,\....be";' lt. 4 .*_ : tIeek h% .loof-, 'thIL Claret.. Judge of Mar.'
dx I" Mer back site taxes A visit will convince I WEI )ING. pled Children Christmas fund larrmrr :463 : 1: 1 N L J% in EO N 7 --14. ,....it., I ,14." C.C.Q.111 Unit, Court 1 Florida Houao ft.11.- Field
Ia Box 120LStuart 'UTN hand nnd efflelnl anal iof
Soter. T IE .
Louis member 1" aioutko
ater 'Upper warming you, W. B. TILTOI1, JR, JENSEN by every attending %.Ird 11. L A at-tir. 1,11,1l. C"un'ty. 1.Nd. Ia "''to Id. Iih.n rilM (M) ,
-J Can FIJI or see en premisa& tl night meetIng rowlt : : T of ....... 1949. the Met publication of Hrii None&Earth
a- condition.i I PEACH PHONE 7Z-W m.rkeduthe.ar $-it Cl."ttle 11 P the Or 1W claim demand ...t be U writtiwind
= Fox, 032 East .:39/10 I of Harold Johns Post 6 It., 32. Angt ,..nd..14It as I a R 5 It I R. lOMkHOY niuat itnle the Plate
I for headquarters 0-0 i1r NY:I'rf.-:: ::: S T Clerk ef thom.lt Court .r and poet offlrr addreai of xl'\i.:!. \ "
thSL 39119 AGENTS Go V I !rdlaalverl American Legion. at Post Willow 0 EL A U."l County, FloridaBr hit, 1.10,1 .V fitt.rfttv, or : ,
__ FOR SALE: Beautiful Estate on si see on East Bth St Commander 19. Ladlan :49iuhIo4: rurtivoIL ; = i R a St 0 R p H CLEVELAND C". .-.. void ax.t.rdlnx to I.., I

,SAUGirls'' bicycle. 14', : Indian River Orl...- Hollow Stuart Hardware \Ce, Phone Roland Mlnnehart also ,0. Chooeoill lie'tiraffif. 0 61. About Ft ILI Ovs I Cto E A I I 6al 0.. I II II 194.. I.., '. ...0Deputy Dated this. lard day ol November, .11I

tr> (oo/ndltlon.Sll. L. M.J file construction, Cuban tile I \ 91 announced application habeen 1101010.110' ,", city Wlln.I'..lI.na.e I 6 C OL, L A 10M 1940. ,
,'hn 4 R. 39/IS t baths servants 1" __ donationof me n. .... + 7 9 __ JoLMEI 11RAND.Al. .
.iy phone roof, t bedrooms -- ;; W&I' 111 It. made by the Post for a rittherit M A A A L V --- K-t: .r the affiliate
quarters .wlmlDI"e' pool, DONT liD suzomollille 10 Army tines by the ordnance 14, CI\\! in :t It"'' I*.* "* 0 r -y 3 A NIS. of Hoeooce Ckytoa.. do- ,
I IL 'ALE I Love, birds! SS pair Write S wHardwlck. I See us today 10. Department ,Smaller wtcon eilitlnit*bird N Mr and MIS[ Bay Mason and -".,

lu Weal Christmas Gift. A I beautiful.grounds Ankona, Fla, $9/ ; I Insurance that you nee*under for office ceremonial of the War purposes. :L. lAnd Wood i nieuure $>: thrill*': 1 hers solution of Yesterday s Puzzle K'n, Tommy arrived last week to .EVANS. An."Ity ntARY.for :S..-.........Florida,

fl ft card will bring s pair tehome. the new financial responsibility \ commander also an&unc- Form dlvornlo of "Ii, U1imcult .ay.'" ol wool RemUltoiisPonturo spend t the winter in Broadway) 1\1'\ .' u. OIL S. .. II, 411411.

Y" I Rivers Bend Cars. FOR SALE: I.burner off stove II Law. Theodore Dahlias The Post Dec. 24 meeting has It > ...... DOWN"4. Cad forth subdivision. Mason Is head of the I L. ,I ,4

de Bo.1 Ill Stuart, Phone Cheap. 28439151111 BWg. PhonA IL ed the P614. Ia. Cp""I 0 t EM.ahawa. kuarfS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .
with even. ; Son. Dehon been canceled. and the Post and t: ;: G.T. L Blhl- Chicago Tribune wire service "
MS. 39/2P Loci' Crescent' : If Invite ,
-.,--: Its Auxiliary will hold a Joint 7 IiT'i -e-
-- Jan 14 f 14 IN
0. L SAL bicycle, shteV FOR SALE: New. modem home TRUSSES, elastic meeting at headquarters l rrrl iTl-l- FacalmlliS \ Mrs. Arthur 8. Dwight arrived FOR, MARTIN COUNTY, .
%t1r."Ortill Over' Stun and entertain- ;r ; from Great Neck K Y.. IN PROBATE
4 es, new paint Farnl.htd. I bedroom" knee pads. anklets, etc. when a, program ,117 --3-1 Ibaal ehtrutu Tuesday Z' -

6.1 Caa ke aoea at Ml Osce* looking Ma a at.ee pectict' Drug Corp. uIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIH I jnent are scheduled. '7 I- I- :10: Not MkroboH hart to spend the winter at her home, I tyllk.l CAROJ-.;

-la 1 Areas' Slaart. or call Beautiful y\ew. All eonyen- ASSOClAnON;; < ,1 1114, ,..u", .., Beau Rival, on Jupiter Island N oTlct TO CIIEDIT .

Itt-W. 3lp Set Mrs May Dour : OIT at ill I TO' A14. REOITO.S AND PERSONS:
____ __ fathom 914L 3tltl FEMALE HELP WANTED 1,7 I,I I Irll" "IS llfr-Placid of Mr.'and Mrs. Edwin Pollard and ItAtINt1.AIIiS. OR ''KhIANnS"
% 1 .I", Of phone 1 o ANJZED BY.LOWERY I I I I* '"y N Ill THE MTATF/OF, CA...-
IALE chairs, 1Illlilllillllllllllll -
Two UNWANTED : Atlanta arrived
porch 411 life affiliate line ', 21 ,124 1j gIMM"t Edwin 3rd of today ito M, Ull DEC ARROl

L radio I % l oot mattrm J. $ .LOST A fOUND .- Experienced! waitress, Fdrmatlon-of the Stuart. CredIt I ," i IS.IS. Odyaaeuas loB to spend the Christmas holidays tied Yon nnd ronolrdd m\ of to yon prooenf u. Jterohy any olaMnonnd noli..
C Mlpt
algiMT I Albany._Ave._-, with references. Rice's Restaarant Association with H. R. Low IT ,pa I PY11I |]. IM''a"I"'ho": with her mother Mrs.'!. J. domnndi wherh yon oatait or fiber of yon
anlnit the of Carolina
0 SALS; Nice plants tot D.rk shelf Tilar"O'dI ...... S14 South, Federal eryXmanager was announced 1Z ;r : 10. Golf'Inc term Smith on Alamanda Way, Another xar M F.... deoeaaod 1 laM It the Connvy

Cartstass lifts. Umbrella LOST M, wbl"; ca". on Jensen Beaoh Highway Stuart, Fla Dill11111I111I1111I1111I11111I11I1111111111I11I11I11 here" tbls week. Lowery said It U [.111! I I II 11.: Malt Ktaie,IKuornji aalllns daughter Miss Betty Smith of of MartM a. .Cln.!,.....oil. onntyXudro I,orMel to llnnoroolotrlher of Mar.In ..

0.lielfftO Polnclanaa, Fens Cro- I .,near Snac" Shep. FInder ,,, I must t>q operated Independentlyfor -I n ::1' J8 -ji: )I. Clanal water Cameivllle a expected Saturday Cmnty frl.I."... at, n> .UI_ In the
LoFews NOTICES awe Jay e...,. Coon Hoaio of/Stnon, Florida.
I..*.. J. Mn. Frank taonlhs ?before being ,
African TuUpe. JU I plow notify I six ..;_ a"- .. .a "T.SP.uI9 for within einht, III otlenjfnr _,.. (reel
419.7317 Ave.' S.V Ocian's he Pa"L39lP 11I111I11I11111111I1111111111I111111I11I11I1111I to affiliate with the national orl.nlI.tlOIi. I are wing "9, DROPS' ,
Albany St : COMPENSATION .1.14411: ==7ILbR11k1J11W3M6"A: :
I 0
said "
manager ,
---k 4WIT.,... The I m.It .
nrontMl ..
I n 4r .. .
I ree'dofeee
% SALI. Boat trailer shams at the Ruhnke, Phete It Saturday and 11members .. I I Tsilahassee." Dec 16. The -6 ... .
;;; Fdk: I SOLVED: he started t Mli'uro; : port ""'" ahrimnnt. kllutent ,
Red good safety, manufactured LOST, 11' .;, .beat. ; I. A. Shop. Portraits, Clamors for have been secured so (*, M MplaeoM downward spiral! In unemploymentcompensation Told-".....'Itli'V .law oonof. wllf v hw ,

Lek* Sea ,aeap, Phone blue. plamll IUw.rd. be- .11 i the family Authorized' I far for $3 membership fee and I (Ijlijr"i' 967 ... Krlatlo : payments continued cone Doted.Aahh of PoiimWt -
4911P pixie Hw* 3&111 $0. 1110milliss Mm A, ,
A, .. __ B'rn..lUo Stuart, Old and Jensen fill View illitillitifillit Master I 111161111111,111111111 Dealer.I 1'111 $} 06. month clues.I ___ ISJ JA 93 fid :I 51 I _ 61.It. Kiln Sanow* ,November with .a 32 per cent p LI1L/AK MelVFft. FlIRSfcAn
Islas a
AUl: 1H four dew Slash I3L 39110 NOTICES PASSES fU" 60 ./ i 14, lamb a decrease as seasonal employment Eneintrk of MM Kalnle atAronna
__ -1 FOOTER "Udlmyls
IS .
*iW' I First class condition Phone (fallen r Carl B. Smith chairmanof ( Mf Furor due" d.EVJLNS .
ad offillev"ttfttliltlllilliffillflillI" 111) Mary, M-foot riverboat ... Coven with, increaied. ,
The Queen -r-I-- CHARY
C** Ml I. /lpJkUi LOST, One 6sSI4: tire and MIDNIGHT Is our closing time passed through the Cross oa '"S w I .'Woody turtIT ptaal the Florida Industrial pmmifr an AHnrnoy fM KxewMaStun. I

Grs ofrnTt 1;-is--Seats---;' wheel.g.t., X.LW :, Salerno PleU\, ag- You can always MIDNIGHT get something at Florida Waterway .t Stuart. III ;I a-' ,-. '1. I I I I N. "-:1:'the..J'" ion, announced tixlay l I' U.. It FlorMnDM II.n ".) Jan I ,, 4. l 4STBlIITtlARt I
4 luhol, you larnJsh asket Box 111. Sao to eat 1U1 Ner.tStf Tuesday nroute from I \ I I...I..tAI .
IlL, Carlisle. Restaurant the st. Job=; ..-a.-- -
Wee < OD
%it Pick the frait. j, a. I- "/1P C" to 6,14ord .

", or. 39,134 form
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!I[ ;' SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN I STUART >X News lcM Itettu offka JOSEPH for lhk before Pipet'McCOY noon mast oeWednetda, tacb Societrs sloe;1

HEADED FOR HARMON members fawn: their families ford Dowdey, from tent---, -

I NEW AND MODERN HOME 'Clara Kiefner, : N e eti UDC OfficialsArt experiences during the War Between Whlticar.Mrs.. Jact I.
I.I the 8"* L Two special and lot ,1,!n.:
}' in Jensen Beach D. M. Marshall:' Rw HonoredAt gifts to the chapter were 'announced hostesses for the occasion. ,.,
( : I Unfurnished( '- 2 Bed Rooms, Bath, Large Living : an American Flag from In !aervint! to
and the I book "Experiment Charles Roberto 01 Aiun..,J M
II \ Room, Kitchenette, Laundry I Mrs. Uttman
DACE \ $6500* TERMS Wed Thursday Local Fete in Re eJlloll" by Clif Lower-DeBet'r, Jr- and MI1 gqy

GL1DATV i I"i 'f 1 "W. \TILTOE Realtor A candlelight ceremony mailed OueiU of honor at dinner\ ------..
,j at
{ the of Mws Clara Mar party given Tuesday evening
. \1 yrs. marriage ,.
I the Stuart Hotel by the
Ad+ ; Phone 158-M J\ Jensen Beach, Fla. garfet tjrttter,daughter of Mr and
.' United
,pal'J. ,' JIB, Stuart Chapter
', ; I'J, I Mrs. L. K. k-fir. 517 South
/ .
Paun ; t Daughter of the Confederacy
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< -- / Akron "w.. to David Miller Stan B >WEISER on DR LIGHT
Wlthttactlli,. j, : .'" I I, were Mr.. Floy Wood Turner and
? I,J. 1, stall of Stuart Mm of( Dr and Mrs Nona Burgess of West Palm \FROSTED GOBLEft., ,....,,
,1.I. ,1.
; Kin F. )J. Marsludl of Daytona
_slbl1 ( ) ,. THE Vl T Y HOTEL'SPACKAGEljOODS I Beach. Mrs Turner I ia honorary
ii" Pemh The double-ring ceremony:
.-I...,f? I' hank' pltK-e lust Thursday' at 7 p.m.Bt president of Florida Division, ACR SS FROM POST/FFICE
i the Presbyterian Church UDC, ana Mrs, Burrea is registrar CO/LE
I of Thomas Benton Ellis T and ED
; STOREy TIM Rev Chwkf; A, Carrkl
:" r ; per chapter West Palm Beach. The
Gamed f ) the "titer In s tettlng of occasion: marked the let anniversary I
""A :\ [,lumonit fern palms, cathedral of the local chapter
':. candelabra. white gladioli, white which was organized by Mrs 1-
,'. : ''I: ''EN SOON while ), 'gyp S Si 1M7 with
y !lilui and mow bfrrir Irs.nt'rbtrt ; t Turner 'in December
3 1 ''i,r i Mrs Burreu also guest at that
Siitlluitf sang "Bctause: a WILLIAMS & SON
: t w A. F. NUCARRON. Owner, and "0 Promise M Ie." Mrs Erwin lrr time,
[ 4I
f '." i F rendered nuptial Miss Emily Morrison decorated
I \ I I the banquet table In red lora, Federal t ahwCy at First St
J. music the flower and fern
( chapter:
" I ;'.J? Given in morrin\ t t.v lag father, r1 LhSong with, a unique Christmas centerpiece SERVICE TIJAT SATISFIES
I I' MECHANIC ON DJTY I the bride wore a briiLii latin gown designed by Mrs. D. 8 SINCLAI GAS & OIL
I ,
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made with'' a fitted bodice with a Hudson. Mrs M O Uttman arranged
,' I Wf<.thturt "<"CUi,, Ixnilfam skiit { the event Covers were WASHING POL/rtJNC LUBRICATION
/ 4tSchwab's esteeming!; to' a court train and long laid for Mrs. Turner, Mrs Bur- TIRES, BAIT/ \ AND SUPPLIES

,, '' ''feinted l slt-evpit. Hot fingertip wuot I inspiring track tine an evening tit home e i 'pfcttired, Featured LKtenan peas, Mrs,Miss Paul Morrison M. Hoenshel, Mrs.Mrs ItoJ. I OAD URVICE+
Service Station iltusuHi i was held to s tiara is a deep-scooped wool-Jersey Jbkiuw that giveaway. tol wide Morrison, Mrs. O C. Bennett,
: ,
; t v' r"t ,wed Pavel\ elf i,arts. nmhid, llcr bouquet urrsmded] was.011... t'Ottoa-taffl plaid skirt =-_ with I snug waistband'_ ____ __ Mrs. U. C. Gardner, Mrs Fanny ONE 122MA
WORK GUARANTE t ae S. Jackson: Mrs Augusta
,' :' : white!\ roH-buib! and streamers of. Kk(ier home.: The room were 3 BAPTIST CLASSES Johns Mrs. Harris. Lowery, a4.1
No Job Too Small
i' brine rosis decorated with phimosos! fern and JOIN IN BANQUETA A.0. Plttman,Mrs.T, E.: iTm1Tl1 iATATQT
;' .The\ matron of honor Miss I laelM picadili gladioli Afro D L. \VOlUmr \. -- Mrs 11:. 1 Smith Mrs James .
GULF OIL PRODUCTS' <:illilian of West Polm Beach, Smith, Mrs.Stanley Smith. Miss 7s.
> 11 H registered guests In the liar theme was carried out .',
: t Tires Tubes Batteries wore liirqiMiis taffeta with matching -I bride's book Tim coke was nit In the annual Christmas ban- D.Flora Wells.May Stanley and Mrs E. W w 'SS
I' nr tLa. She tarried 4 (Coliiilul' by Mrs Karl Kjiiep-r and Mrs. quet given by lie ::::uzellan the Following dinner the chapter
Cat Washing Polishing Lubrication lxxiittt] ol yellow" chrjsuiitlwomnii II. 11 Tluiver.. and Kin Henry Friendship and the Ever Ready convened at the Harris Lowery 10 $1.OOSTOR
i '_ and wore f puikhing tiara I llansett presided !at the punch Sunday School Classes of the home with Mrs. Hoenshel presiding -
We will call for and deliver your car. of chrysanthemums Tire Ividis Urn Baptist Church: Friday evening Highlight of the business Hats
maid VtliM Oirothy. Iloliertiion\ of TIle brhle s going.away suit was IQ the annex. Blue'paper with session was the formal presentation CHRISTMAS GIFTS
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Telephone 9112 No. Federal Hwy 1 Went Palm Beach wore rnuuve black! wool with green accessories stars and blue and white candies : of the chapters: charter by
taffeta with matching mitts Site and die wore a orchid corsage carried out the motU in the Mn Turner Mrs C. M Walker FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY f

-- ------------fr--- irntxl \\I i ")(>nial 1 InKiqiiet of dtlic The bride was, graduated fromflfdtricktown table The decorations Friendship Clan "'uII presented featured appropriate the program articles which by o A Xislc To Our Stork Will Surprise You. gftArA.An.fi

itc rose! chrvsanthetnnnifl and (Mo,) High School charge of the dinner The Ever Mrs PltUnan and Mrs. Walker, !
wore J itching tint of thrysaiitlirnuuns and attended State Teachers Colkge Ready Class had the program, and reeollectlona'of various G'bin' A'A A AiA Am
In Cape Cirarean, Mo. She presented by Mrs Alee DellckMrs ,
I Dr C. M Fogt wait helot man fmislied nurses training at the Mnsotiri L. 0.,Kickhter gave the Invocation M171a'nfl'ke'T'-
p 1 tI t e Wanted By Bu'er J.miet IVgruin and J Johan,. W. kellerWrlr ; Biptist Hospital In St. Loins followed by group eat
carols. Special music
singing or
I I UtJifllTUe and served in the Navy three' yean'
was provided, by the R v' Jack 1
I e uv bridv motbrr wore S gownof a a nurse. The groom was graduated Nightingale, Mrs. Ballon Flake
f LMs for erection of/medium-priced 'I .gray crepe with' black acccsorn' front law school In Cainesille spoke on The Human Side of
,. and wane' Carnation, corsage' \ served In the Menhnnt Ma the Ufe of Christ
while< the lirijegnom's mother tine. and is now ar) attorney. here. After the program the classes:
modern homes, Stuart/or vicinity. Price I clmse s pale! green crepe with gold Altei a wedding trip to Wanh'ngton bad a Christmas tree and gifts
anti rose accpsorni anil, l a corsage D. C.. and New York, the were exchanged.
i + and location fmistjae right. If not, let's :if camathmi: ttiid bil, roses.! couple will lie at lame, at the .
![ A reception followed, : /At the Filgcwutrr Apts_after J J J.nn.I 5. BALE 'SCIIEDUED: ,
,\ I II a --- Young people ,of the Metho: ;.te. gas o t
both save time.. dist Church will conduct a \bake ru ,
PREMIUM sale in the Poet Office Arcade txetuaet s"'n
Saturdays morning at 10 'Proceeds in nut r P
t BEER and ALE : will go to. buy a cow 16 send ?toga
to a missionary, 49)A
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Budweiser Pa hue Ribho Ballantine's FORMAL DANCE SET fit
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Center Dec 30 from 8:SO to 12:SO
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MM Conrad Albrtcht I
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a City 'Drive, were hosts Mrs.Mrs Harry Harris Lowery Hutto assisted and Mrs by I'lftJI\S"\ Dec 18 putufc: Treat-Club-luncheon Stuart Uotrt 18 I5u AT'BLOCK SHOWER Miss Inscoe '

tight at the Sunrise Inn JameS Brock was hostess at her followed by bridge Civic Center, l-OOpm: ., dunce Hobe SoundGmmtudty I Mr. and Mrs, Edmond Howard I
II limner bridge tor 11vnt home on West 4th fit Monday Center 8 30 Martin Tmks
Scout Committee who !
p.m. County Boy were recently married, were MondayAt
Mr and .w"".. L, E.pr evening for the CTA monthly RANCHLAND
meeting/ and Christmas Florida Power end Light Company office 7:30 p.in.; honored with block shower .
and Mr Talmadge party.
r1", Mi and Mrs. Arthur Alter a 'brief business meeting Acacia/ lodge, T.3d.! ) p,m. Nov 30 given by Mrs V. t Howard : I '

sa Clarence Chappelka, led hb1 Jack Smouse' president, FIlL. Dec 17: Kiwanis WOPl n'l Club, 12:15 p.m.; high tchotl bns and Mrs. J-C, Morse at the Garden Club .
pelta.and Mrtu Carroll Dunscombe, teacher told humorous kellwll games, Stuart Vi. f'ort'pirrcto, Stuart gymnasium. 7,3H p.m. I home of Mn Howard la Golden .; Home o' The Rah 3 4
I gp Mason, Miss Ida1 AII !- "flrst-day" experiences In teaching SAT.. Oec 18: Methodist amix-h;\ youth l bake tale. Post Ollic Arcade, Oate. Mis Luclla Inscoe home demonstration I \ I
, JoII'I.' W. "ft. Leach, Mr 10 a.m.; Un-age games party Civic Center. 7:30 followed I I
I pot t/ A. Mennlnger and The Christmas motif was artistically l by a dative I at 9. Game prism were won by V E! ,; agent wan guest l'Ct4' and'ANCnLAND is the home < f fine luinrage
I Howard\., Jr. and 1,.. J. Lorenso speaker when the Stuart Garden
Kltehing Prizes expressed by a white MON.. Dec 2(11( '
[tjunley Mr. Ashley, Mr*. tree, Poinsettias and red can heud CIty Commission E.u.115th City Hull, T,10pm.; Jiyceel Legion Other guests were Mr, and Mrs Club met Monday afternoon at the III*I g(ift fop any occasion, S iMSOWTE ''
St. Rrlxkuli
jimrtori ChiMiniM'
; partyixxj- the Woman Club House Ml'slose
dies An exchange of ,
Mr. Men gifts R. I'
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Mrs Ruth Maxwell .
and Mr. pleted the Christmas theme. soon Hall 8 p.m. ,. Introduced by the program that lI c r-proof luggage at popular i iced. in Ivory %i" .
?,or Wilson Dun*- Refreshments were served durIng lUES. Ore 21: Brownies, )fresbyterl-m Church,. S;15 p.m.; Girl l Mrs Donovan Smith Mrs chairman Mrs. H. H. Thayer .
; J. E. Beasley the Rev, and Mrs. Tan and G divan You buy one ,iece at timeor
may a
spoke "Christmas
Scxiut. Womi.ni on Decoratkms. :
a social hour. Ch.l, 3:4: ? p.m... I I. O 0 F.. WOKIiJ\IIO, I 11,111, -
H. H. Beasley Mrs. W. FJUford. ."
-J. 7.30 She said that the fundamental '
1'.11I.WED. Elsie and Billie Heyboer' Mrs. VB \'OU may\U1 the five-piece set. "
,r .. r>c. 22: Rotary, Chhhiiltns, 12:1 15 I'.tn.i; high school concrrti i Howard, Jr. Vance Edgar I simplicity principles, using, of decoratingwere thing at +a ;

program Civic Center' 8 p m. Howard; 3rd, Mlxs Jovet How- hand and having a,center ot Interest .
ii URS.: D der. J3i;{ Ditch Treat Out; luncheon, Stukt llotrl!. '12:15.: '' ard, Lamar Howard Mrs Charlotte Miss Inscoe demonstrated \
LucieBi; followed by bridge Civic Center 1:30: p.m.; dance I Iota) Sound Wall, Mrs. W Heyboer making Christmas wreaths 11
it. Community Center, 8:30: p.m.i; Unity Cblll'ler OES Christmas Mrs Grant Leek, Mrs C. W. and ornaments from a specie of a .St3, n
. (party ono( meeting); Woodinun. Hall, 8 p.piREBEKAHS Long;; Mrs Lorenso, Wally and brake fern.Another. I 4.o. i ,
i Jean Lorenzo, Miss Lurline speaker of the after'
Oreene, Jack Canners, Jr., Miss I
noon, Mrs Wlllaford R. Leach. ry "
"Stuart Favorite Taproom" I, PLAN PARTY CHAPTER TO ENTERTAIN Pat Bounds Mist Ellen Rbwell, honorary life president of the ty s A.e
The Rebekahs will have, a The; Unity Chapter o( ORB Joe Bowie, Junior and Don MauI Stuart club gave a talk on the ,
1 1OM Di>J ie 1/if h way Phone 9133 Christmas Monday party at t ajt their at meeting the- will'entertain with a Christmas I I ell, Ed and Suzie Leek and V., E. tour-d.ay national.convention of '
party at their regular meeting Howard. Garden Clubs In Tucson. Aririn ;
Hall Gifts will be ,
Opin Sundays 1 P, M. 'Till! Jvlidnight I exchanged. visiting! Rebekahs' next Thursday at the Woodman I SCHOOL CHIEFS FETED Mrs October H. B. Swlnglehurst. president ,\ rw

\ i are invited, Hall at t p.m.Ovemijllt The staff Of the Stuart School presided over the meeting. '
I (cafeteria under the supervision Mrs John E. Taylor gave the Invocation :
I Miss Pearl O'Neal la leaving : git<'*ti of, Mrs Paul ol Mrs Ouy Boyd dietitian "A t
and read Christmas
ond\ t Bonds Bonds Saturday to spend the holidays M, Hicmhfl. Turiuliy) were Mm were hosts to the School Board Legend" Mrs' George Conrad, i
:, with her mother, Mrs. Leander Flay Wmxl1 Turns mid Mrs. NimRurnas members and trustees of Martin lot vice-president Introduced
o Interest No Default No Mandamus 0'Neal. In Amelia. ,.Va. of Writ Pulm Beach County with a Christmas dinner seven new members: Mrs Oler \ '_ or
t yesterday In the cafeteria The Cook, Mrs. C. L. Emery, Mrs Roy ,
The\e "Bottled-in-BoJl" Whiskies Mr and ,In. Er eat Eadily of Mr, and, Mrs. Prink;; Scldomc' Christmas motif was carried out States, Mrs. Ralph Daniels, Mrs $
n J I Siurtanl( irg. s. Ct, ward! 'gnostiI of Vim land, N. J J., recently arrived In the table decorations with arrangements R. W. Muckley and Mrs Lloyd
f I Mr and Mm W. of Polnsettias.
C Armor lit
Thompson :
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Ole Gran Taylor Old Forester and Hi he winter
tUir lunge iA Eldor.do, !lire upon f Mrs. L. E Ashley, regiotratfoltchairman
screw L W Rs(a r B) Kentucky Fairfax County Tav I Old Overholt i! list wok. Ildjlti at their home, 812) faet 5th YI. Mr and Mrs, Ralph Chandler welcomed the 25
of South Akron Ave had as I
(Quarts) Yellowntonerebblfford ------'-----'-'-- guests Mrs. J M Phllp, decora'
Old tltsge their house guests last week her ,
r Hearcn Illllj. tlons chairman. announced thn :
grep sister and brother-ln-law. Mr. Mr
Mr* H. B. Swlnglehurst and
MODERN HOME and Mra A. 1 E.! Garrett of McRae, James Duvall were In charge lit d'I I,:
$5W5 Oa, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs I
to'$7.00 NEW the room and table decoration* -
I J. C. Caldwell of Thomaaton, which were carried 'out in ;th,' I 'I ;

Furnished 2 Bed Roop Ga. Christmas motif. I I j i
g Nog* Owe ook's. Just Chill and Serve, 5th $2.95 On AlA Highway Jensen ach -- Mrs Franklin D, Jones read I
Mr. and Mrs John C Golden an article I .on the Poinsettia '
Vnuine Impo led Scotch (Good) 5th 495id 00 TERMS and boys, John, Jimmy and Kim what It derived from and 11& rr:
"-"' are leaving Sunday to spend the lations hip to Christmas Mrs. : Put smart Samsonite ,
Lnmne Import French C gnat (Better) 5th 495 Yuletide holidays with theft parents Swlnglehurst reported 'on the
W. B. T N Realtor Mr. and Mrs J, W Burroughs 6th District meeting of the Federation I
sported Ports and (Best) 5th 1.75isApprox. !In Cairo Ga.. and Mr of Garden Clubs In Del- matched luggage in yOur family portrait !

15th Fair 2.40That's Phone 158M2 en Beach, Fla. and Mrs. J. W. Golden In Colllns ray Beach Nov 30. I
(lays fU) ( ) Oa.'Ii Mrs. Paul Devllblss announced Vacation
all th rise Is at list _. _. the winner in the exhibits la,
bargain everything -. -. -. ,- -, -, -
- ------------- Leach's
Ul I still hay to pay fir that new motor-and/orIr I ('() C w: .(,,:;. ?:. :::!t::'{:; Y:; "i2p most artistic; 2nd Mrs table arrangement arrangement -- Album photo of S smart family, sl met for* won- .

r l er is my par er. Hudson has been very Mrs Swinglehurst. and dtiful Hintmeil Thil bnuiiful lu; age it iimioo-
ca too. 3rd still-lite Mrs H H. Thay- lie, IB Rawhide finial( (Dads fWie). VH t you 1
11<'1 I ers arrangement em Kt in the piano rich, tiranoui Ibiiiigt u
Cues I'll Have o In ode a Few Other Item: : I Mrs. I. L Decker won the first (Mother choice) polished |r>M urea titled
Ytram's V. O ( riat as Cartons Yet!) $554 T I i civic project prize a PolnsettiaI locks and filing* uptr-iir igth connroption '
irwood tame Toys Toys <>Y i iI I plant, donated by the McCor- (Juniot cut e.er Icratch it). 'And whei | t
udian Club (No Ch istmas Cartons, bought mlck Nursery. Mrs Barry Winston yuv M* UKM prim (a mtchcd.'luHOH set I id" ''tir ,
second 'box otI foe( whit foud eXpert lo p.y r Oal Oeh ,
l won prize a
his sunset *
( last LJL_ I I Christmas cards Each member pies!) youll know why thu a Attxrias T ,

You Have Read Ad This Far, You Might A* I HURRY HURRY RY' I brought a potted plant for the non popuUr luggage M I
r I Continue ij Christmas gift exchange. SOMMIIIW V.Hitr 0'Nit.SmumlH { ...... ........11730l w a'i: {j
Mrs. Jolly Bozone, horth'ulI Imttn' 0 Hit* 50
LOOK-- OK.LOOK ONLY r 1 I tural chairman had on display hiMonlM Mint Ov nilit{ ton....$1750 -,. ,. '._ ,
it like a Barnum cSI Bailey Ad Perhaps but we Euphorbia specimens includingthe 50hmoiiiM
tolkfferi An INTERNATIONAL Milk Dust. red white and ArMr l.i d W/r.k $31 00*

a ACTION have plenty of reallfrWood) merchandise* e; ;, a MORE,,: SHOPPING DAY TILL I' pink.Crown Poinsettias 01 Thorns, wild and Polnsettias Bra-- e.rllr a.wNa ewa.ra /- ?tw. .tWa' 4 +4I

soda l Seagram (/ O., Harwood,, Canadian I '.' ill Pepper, Cablandra/ and Dom- : J nwr MIN fiara M Sisal M i
Club D.Lel Ale. ** / *\ IT TE"T'1VJf beyla. ,
'iliii Hostesses for the afternoon I I.AWtY,.r e Yb-.a qJ
ift i Rhine Wme\Par( Excellent!) I JII I rJt I,were Mrs. A. A. Lawton, chairman -
f i ", B,3e Mrs. Paul Lord, Mrs Norris 1
i Matuia RumlBacardi.ki :;i' : '
Cossaboom, Mist Celia Atwood -
' Carltbe4-Be4, Cherry Heermglltod .;t, 'We Still Have,Soxfe Item For That Ideal ,II and Mrs Evans Crary e..tt. NIW, ::1:1nut 1 Il
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Harvey'// 1 Cream Booth' London -
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Pry tai ,'r' _hristmas Gift I AT SUPPER FRIDAY \i I And if you wnit that super-fine real 1"igg&ge just ;0

sate I Coajiae, ChLnpagnes, Cordials 'I"A ,), 11 .' AT MATTHLWS HOME I ink for that )|lorified A B. C. all-leather luggage .

tece t MeUxa-(T\e Creeks have a JEN for I Drop In Today I Mr. and Mr-8. A Matthews I II
were hosts at their home at
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612 South Akron Ave last
tl. At I i
wail t Ks llua-.Coff\e Liqueur, with coffee Thursday night with a rehearsal. r
buffet supper in honor of ttu
yumtIaand I
yu ,
; bridal party of their daughtei
t He ken Bee \ Cm, Cordials, Wind Miss Edith Matthews, whose ,
marriage to John E.! Sadler, Jr, '
mi s, Cbleman'sThanks riretont Q was an event of Friday evening
sculptress served buffet style
Iud I M ones of i a c rmmg Supper was
(" ee South Afrineia ), from a table cdvered' with a \lace
cloth and centered with an arrangement -
land I C Stout, Ire ... Whiskey and -- Call 147 of white periwinkles i
Si ere eongratul (ions to Fr, Ceary O.ceoa! Aye Stuart Fla. surrounded by'asparagus plu- I f 1
b mosos fern White tapers completed t
t of Skyst D ambuie, Bonni Prince Charlie' I the table decorations I "

f voriteAM- hianti. Bitters, '! ??a i )1)a mt>>iai. i ?t ti i Pierce Olympia rendered Tillman four piano of solos Fort'. 'I t.art' r

17 t Vermouth, [ "Star Dust," "Pent House sere- ,

n.ica ,I yer'a Planter' P ch, Red Heart ; I 'nade'LlebestraumMr, "Scnon" Rosmarln -and !

umdvcej. *. Olaf Williams and Mrs
ntal t Pro & Cceqoila Ion Conniving Carmon List assisted Mrs. Mat- I don't ff'Jt the idea that traveling\ cases' art all

,ieo t (Carta Blanc beer on order) .. .. .. Other thews guests in serving were Mr the and guests MI'II'I we have to
sit Smitty) Lanle Norvell, Mr. and !, there Ire .
4elaio t \ utt-((16 for nick Vonne Sadler Of Fort Pierce Mr. doctors and professional men. Yes and

rtugel t orts, Champagne, Saul roe, and ,Mrs Frank McDowell of I triune novel' Shoulder.Bags and Under-Arm Btga
.> Vero Beach the Rev and Mrs.
tie!, t free one occasionally. this election i William\ E Rowell Mrs Irvin for the ladils '- not the conventional type you fi| d
The support yoiKgave me in \ Mrs Edna Coutant. Mrs.
"to Rico t on Rico, Bacardi, Merit James Handy Herbert Bruner and Mrs in most lito*'/I, but the rich hand-tooled, nake at l 1 '
: and is appreciated I
most gratifying Joseph A. McCoy.
Isis; tsate I I ) Period.nlf __ indeed genuine silt ator bags!

I dead t ,the Best-With rig*-\(Imagine' 'I from my heart. ARMSTRONG'SLINOLEUM I And betide leather goods there are literally hundred] ;
Alriea t an Der Hum Your continued support nd guidance in the of unusual Lift items to be found at RANCHLAND. "

I ''w s .vrries, Olives -(One-- to ck.tomer- andASPHALT .. Just one \' 'pit to RANCHLAND and you will admit]
nth a Martini, of course, hal ha.) job have chosen me, for will be earnestly TI
lelicious that it is i Jie finest store of its kind in the Southeast.] ,
|}tl>Ptcks i fjo charge if you hare eaten the needed. I respectfully invije your suggestions installed by
food Rusty and Cotton serve In ur dinbck.- (pert Mechanic* RANCHL ND and the,ARCADE MEN SHOT3'8( ;

Ing room. ,and criticism.. &" Lisk) Jlways( welcome our neighbors from Stuart

.Ier i Cold, clear and *rved jn a glas .H '- STelepson 1 If you capi't find what you want in your home town '
free discusi with me your 1
feel to.
|*JtrseySeveral food customers, and app Please then try/ RANCHLAND and the ARCADE MEN'SSHOP "

Jost minute, hr problems at all times -/and. together we
| your C ristmas shopping at th. i* Fort Pierce.

eau pr bly sell you something other have than n'bled t will'find' the best sol ion for all.
sk f r, choicer worms will .
u by the early birds. y ; '1I 1-,. ,. ,.,. /Ft. Fierc* 799

'"W' ha//. any otheiproUem.. stop by and.oeiaL discuss) I I 'i"" "" Yon: Again, Than! ., Collect arc/cquipped t/r Fre TEttimate.W ',!Jo han*. E LISK

a wif Pete and Bob. (Be sure they are die alWypes of residential ry : &

!tl LITY RESIDENTS PI"" bring adequate and / install
dii5/fttireation paper, pass for bridge, and driver deaf* I Fort Pierce, Fla, ,,itih
'asst money, rows, imply beer bottles, a Matousek doG
''v dumb alphabet-.o I'II know what Lee means.That's i Otto J. /iffin-Ecker COVERINGS, Inc. ARCADE MEN'S SHOP RANCHLAND' ,

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[ ,i: I i tLUBS ADVOCATING I catches.u/glng fishermen to release their Vets Once Gridiron Terrors II 'TIGERS, PUT f I TOUltNEY IN COCQ.Th ..\

i -SAILFISH RELEASES. I Tigers to Play trees, Ratlontl Baaebill
The Stuart Sallflah Club announced
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I Palm Beach--APi( / eomJialgn the first organization on the net Kana_ J'rIdal tbat
Itti, : to perpetuate ullflshing I' roast to advocate release of sailfish Dissolved After Dreary Fall : ON IRC. TEAMS been aaatrned ODe or C-.
j jI along the South Florida" coast and to give official buttons Here Tomorrow sanctioned d1&tr1ca a It
I has been initiated by the BailI I signifying a sallOsh caught and By ED. MIMNINCIM, J JVhile 1" throughout' plondy .
}ash Conservation Club which '
released unharmed. July 4. M
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I I _. \ lie satitfied crowd filed cleat-torn Three Martin County HighSchool' I that COCot
i ---- -- ;; home over the green Undaunted, 6y an opening! /\ p;iun Ipse came f was district
I I' ,!l ;h i ]Hostess Suggestion a.r4 :urf and the light flicked off on Russ Bulled Field .in. take Wortl were named football to the team Indian member River surprise, Martin County High ichool'i Ixuketbatt direct tj for the tVen there,

I'J'>1 1i 1i ;iaturday night:underneath the north grandstand lAw the dlssolutioe, Conference all-star team selectad themselves this 'week to meet the ct\lU'gtlllf Fort' Pierce'* i '.......
PACE J i m great football team. The Stuart Veterans football l team a spanineout lit V meetlnj of coaches and outfit, In two gainer starting at 7,'':30 tomorrow !light on th 'NOIA1F 5IVeeens aM,16wo ':: 'I''nIt' !'
i formal km three 'seasons ago that became the terror of South floor. .The schools B team will I'luylhe( opener followed I '
principal In Vero Beach Satur- '
IIY.L1D ?!.Toridfj, eemi-pro football Was changing back to street clothes for the vanities about 8:30.: ? 1 1 +tj
i i ut ,ime. day noon Seven more Tigers quartet 4"f STUARI c.......... tN y
i'M1 "Building of 1-poln first r .555
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ATV ; I'tAd wen named to th!second! team nkntY., .... ,
[, ; The scene was a quiet one compared to most of 28 previous and one more"waf riven honorAble 1 edge, mainly through center ace of a :year ago;Bruet sa
n n'r f' suck nights over three season Sore spots were inspected and rublwd l Frank PetruszeUTl three field r went pointless. The f: i Tllne4usf... wktsi rtslni r
mention The total of II C. ,
'' 1 fH :." Jullard Field particles and hard-earned perspiration were swirled i goal, proved the deciding factor abllitlei In the free "...n." r" nu'.A' '_a ,
ipaft1 topped all school with Cocoa : "
missed their
for Delray Beach to gain a where they
\ IwtrstuntisIn
town the shower, drains and alter a of 25 minutes the tiledoom's
Palm Space coming next with >aloe 34-28 overthe Tigers chances and 10 of,their
WithlI f, ; ,. : i r4 ?$::13i 2 emptiness, save for scattered pieces of equipment and soiled Cocoa way declared officially here Friday victory night The two I the night proved costly.In -.......' f rrl I Pi'awlty .'
k 'sgs and bandages mocked an empty season The Stuart Vets whose neck ) I
I abIFt t.' S u the onfere ce'. gridiron team played neck and the preliminary ,... ... 9
I ; I,, Mowers had thrilled literally thousands weregone, and nothing that champion for the third luccesilve thereafter with the visitor never B squad soundly''. H..b.-......r". J
,.. ''I I 1 li W l lti enulned could! indicate return The end, often believed after last season and thereby earned able to widen their le>d and i baby Tigers 41-13 after '-....., 1111
t : : 8 ,/ear's season, really stared us in tW face this time. two trophies, one permanent Stuart never able to cut It. In ft 11-1 .halftime lead. peed' .e I
', ,; i I.!ti; J I Ice creaabSO Disorganization, financial trouble and a disquieted Spirit pLagued and one rotating The permanent \ the closing minutes Stuart came DEUUV BtACH,: ra
,1, I )tuw..'. semi-pros from the start this year.! 'Coaching was irregular and one's cost is shared equally! within 4 point only! to fall !I&CLDelra 'n.ysq t .. 1 r f
,, : eff B r that Par ttacticn weren't, und never could, become very systematic and practical by the winning team and the 'guard Bill Talbot and .Noes.I.5mwnf r e .A -, 1).1.II< .'rMI..y. Yr \.rIo", V ,
Tiger forward "Buck" FlowersWith ...... a I ,
\ The dough without the baker never can become bread. The IRC. The other was donatedthe 11 polntseach: topped the Holtunirartlf. i ., :t- I : 1,., ',,,,.. 1 .
Ms could their former ,and the breakdown 00111 ,, ," c..1,
never approach glory loop by 'the, Jacksonville ii J. tall twl
: ,Offensive! while,Stuart's scoring : :/ .' Lo..k t xnx. ,d, 1'1oo.
,! nought dissolution. 1'1m-Union and officially: accepted 005,11, ,, 1.44
t tf i ; '. v''''' '' '.d soliI
3''l': \ .s. ''at Saturday's session It
'\f"); : ', Clary Indeed teat the wont for the Vats after the! idea fore will be held by Cocoa until the

I Is I'I : 'team' was born In tlte 4f'/IlaU/! of 1946, 'Returning Krvlcemen, conclusion' of the 1949 season. J
most of tftrm. pat high school gridiron tiara here decided they
I ,) i ,i. EGC OG NIX will had plenty football left in them and for two ufatont they FIRST TEAM /
y arts ..tacoLFAr / remarkable. record. ,
t compiled a Gebrewsky'Melbourne.:
,; 'r.,nl IiIY L By far the most amazing martx were made by the original IT-Booth, Cocoa.LG I
rI I,'. d lineup Tn'IOII.lief., sires UOT* conquered and one tied -Herrlnj, Clewlston.O Thask You All )
:t',: and never was" ,the Stuart gaol fros d. The Vets scored 132 -Bralty, Stuart. ;
RG Cato, Clewlston 0
point* with scoreless tie Wish Fort Pierce here Now 29 being RT- .'
-Furman, Ottoa,
the only blot ,on an, othenvh* ,perfect year That team even RK Howard, Stuart.
pulled .,. '"Iron.wunt, tuctessfuHy by playing ;carne from QB-Gadd, Stuart. .
456 Belle Glade and Lake Wade, on''tucceaive' nighti and ,beating both RH Gelfer, Cocoa, i fl
I Ie Flamingo Drive{ sus Phone 1113tl
by two touchdown. tH-Barnes, Ctoeoa '
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-- p If the' 19 IS outfit was: superb; tlte next yeas pow rlWf/ FB Laultter.I Melbourne. \
ttaj" olmoet equally at good. Opposition/ 'inevitably/ pepped up SECOND TEAM 111, S

for a Stuart 'invasion, unquestionably ,wat stronger{ but 1 fond only IE LT:--Creeson Pelersen' ,.Ctocoa Stuart. 'I I now promise yoiMiat 'wklf the help of GaI
\ tllghtly/ better Seven> foe were vanquished Okeechobee gained LG-Smith, Stuart ;
a' questionable tcoylfu deadlock then Nov S3 and two teams,, C-T. Owens, Melbourne.
SNTA CLAUS managed ItJ win with good fortune. Without the benefit fI Khuaul, Okecchobe. d
{' tingle scrimmage: the'Vett traveled l.400".ile6 to Endicott/ N. T," RO-Brooks, Stuart ;

on ColtimbiH Day to drop /SO-14/ thriller. Then cam five' Hamilton. Cocoa. I will serve yo xfrutWully and faithfully
RT-Woodham, Stuart. ; ,
'victim/ until Thanksgiving Ddy when' a tricky West Porn Beach
ffff 1 r eleven came from, behind to match a li-J decision Tea'days! RE-Burnett, Cocoa .
Danaway .Clewlston.'
Is 7A later EndicuM came ,here for a dingdong: J9-72 victory; beforethe QB-Bone, Cocoa.? '

Coming} Vets righted themtelve 'to finish off.with three mart triumphs. RH-Kraft. ,Stuart.lJlnowerS. Stuart.

i This then was the heritage for 1948. But the power of the spirit FB-H. Tucker, Stuart.HONORABLE :' ,< ..
exceeded that of the flesh. Three better-organized better-monnec MENTION :
h i to clubs started the dissolution with wins. Remnants' faded. glory IE-Leach, Stuart. Commissioner Elel

'1 ::1 I, flashed briefly in Fort Pierce Nov 6 as the Vets won for the last LT-Bua. Darts Okeechobee.CtewatoaLOKloeppel X + -
time, but they never came closer than two touchdowns' to thai. eraagain. Melbourne. : : td: M

''I I The financial woes so common among such independent or- Green Tltusrllle. '
;; 'I CH H01M'Si inflations flared unabated adding insult to injury as defeat piled Kaiser CocoaC ,-
Oil defeat, and for the first time the team finished out of the block, -Crofton, TltusvUlt.KG :
i | But all is not pessimism The team. set mark that never !may -SlnfleUry.' Melbourne. P.'S.Y6NS
i be equalled. It provided top-notch entertainment) and to its hundreds RT-Floe, Melbourne HriNRY
RE Bennett,
of f loyal supporter are extended Unqualified\ thankb It 'provided an MelboDrne.QBRobb1na. Clewlslon.RH .

i j !outlet for the energies "of half ahundred or more young'men in ....Thomas, Melbourne, '
., constructive manner. It was a good thing (for the town and iU sports' Thlclen Cfewlstoa.LH ;
i.' I minded citizenry It was a successful: Venture win bee. or draw. It -L. Raulerson Okeechobee. :;
?lan N w '0 Enjoy' even left a threadbare hope for rejuvenation, and in the'rneaJ1time' FB-Mack, TttlamU.:1" .. i

,1" wtll miss H.:' ._ .. ..,
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So we thought. goodbye were Called lathe darkness lurroumlinituss

Chrlrtl; s'' ,l ,itier'al'',, Bullard Field. The'moori shone brightly as we headed! homeward:

I acceptance In the Vets' dressingroom % i e

I VETS CONCLUDE after the Lake Worth contest i
so the season became ofll- /J JI
a elally concluded. The team also l

+ LOSING SEASON has rejected an offer for a game
f fh fi fi fj H .. here this month br the Bone Hill
Athletic Association of Scranton,

IN\\ LAKE WORTH Pa''The Vets tunned the crowdof '

''It about 500 at Russ Bullard
I The Stuart Veteran footb'alloutfit the second quarter and holdingon
to their edge to lead 8-0 at t
wound up an aborted '
Intermission. But the rest period s4'A
third season on the t!
dreary IEN
wasnl enough. The Rebels, i .s LlV61C.VC
short end againa* Lake
Special Christmas Mlnu with more than three full team i
Worth' power-laden Rebels out- t ue Temper
i manned and outguessed their suited for too'U: to Stuart's; N
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visitors for a 19-8 decision Saturday weary 19 the second half >, '. ? f kickoff and immediately marched I t E .
: night. It was Stuart'afourth '
fIf 70 yards to tally. Dewey I ij _
straight loss and seventh \. -
Tompkins top scorer this fall in .
If 1; !n Next Week News\ In eight starts this falL the Florida plunged I I "v' Bristol

'IIl A cancellation notice from from the Stuart 2 for the touch- I '
l West Palm Beach'regarding' the down and Olen Grose cajmly- ) i i Great Lakes
tjI eta-Vets game scheduled there booted the extra point to shove I oa.amaster Heddon'al
I next Saturday night found readyTommy's Lake Worth in the ran to stay. M I
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Stuart's adore was set up when i M Reels I e.d.ew8lA rb.ew.p. Custom Built Rods 'J
Warren SMpes' punt from his .22 sun/ egoism protes. Ges yarn t
I 7.
t Ike ALL
I youap NEW koedau.r
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was by
Ed Howard on the Lake Worth i 'Altoona old.winksew bs. esabbets scot-case betdl.sp--ee Irgyp r Baseball Dart C*_
i 47. On the next play the fleet with bin Usad bnkaop.mud
1 Vet halfback passed 25 yard to I Ocean City kghl s wtm shockmuur err Gaam
Ba Part
:;j Howard who grabbed the pig -.ew imptwr kkksaad-s Iwo Regular
; skin from two defender and a Bronton Mercury shrews.sea Colo.Aed so re :is :' 0' '
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loped the remaining 22 yard to I'?/ Horrick Ibbottoa s t aver 4 atjsg, padmllt.o"
the end cone. Snipes' extra :hrooaic.tl sloo .
point effort'! was blocked The !l Pflueger Akron Cam. Croquet Sets i
4 Thanks You Rebels waited only a few minutes : r+ ssdam us. 1tn1Lmea ,
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{ again I Bob Bradshaw passed it I '

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farts Whereat, disregard and contempt women and have determined to ARTICLE ( crimes or from' ARTICLE: 21 and are entitled to 'PtcIa1
jl jlCLIO : -Liquor ;i The'. fOllowing\ Is the text of the I for human right have.. resulted promote social progress and better Everyone: ha the right to recognitlon acts contrary 'to the purposes Everyone has the right to rest awstance AU cbUdJi ear!
pacE ; declaration: of human right In barbarous act which standard of life in larger everywhere. as a,perso"n and principles of the United Nations and leisure, including reasonable (coaimled On bags: nD' \
j have outraged the conscience of freedom, before the law limitation of working hour and.
adApted the
Dee 10 ty United Nations. mankind, and the advent of a Whereas member states have ARTICLE 7 ARTICLE IS periodic holidays with pay
j { Store ; \world In which human being pledged themselves' to achieve in AU are equal before the law ,1. Everyone has the right to 'I : ihiiii;;
ATV j jAcrqts International" Bill of HimshRlihts shall\ enjoy freedom of speech! cooperation: with, the United Nations and entitled without any dls i.a nationality. 1. Everyone ha the right to E I
A. Universal Declaration and ,belief and freedom from (the promotion of universal Crimination to equal protection 2. No'one shall be arbitrarily a standard of living adequate foe Pad ALTLM7Kj It Ce
'! From Fire Static;' of Duma* Rights fear and want has been proclaimed respects for and observance Of, /Of: the law All are entitled to deprived ol his nationality or the health and wellbeing of him "'' a '
span y f" I as the highest aspiration human rights fundamental free- equal protection against any discrimination denied the right to change his ,self and his family Including 'I.rNabJ-' "yi a
Palm t 'infaclUl t tWlttu .. Preamble of common people doms, in violation of this nationality food clothing and medical care ;'Aklibald,
( Whereas the recognition ot the 'Whereas It is essential, If man Whereas a' common: understanding declaration and against any incitement ARTICLE U and necessary social: service and taae'trut ATe
L |-[ / inherent dignity and of the equal I is not to be compelled to have of these right and to such discrimination 1. Men and women of lull age .1II11I1I1I1I1II1I1II1I1I11"/ia./ ......-_ i
sibiy .f| HOLIDAY! end, Inalienable right of all recourse as last resort to rebel freedoms is tot the greatest imiwrtance ARTICLE g without any limitation due to "' "''' '' '' nuunuununsannubnnuiuu' ''
J members of the human family, lion against tyranny and oppression for full realization of Everyone has the right to effective race, nationality or religion have ; ; ; Ril"
he I foundation of freedom. j Jus- that human tights should this pledge, remedy by competent na the right to marry and to found Ir"T "BECKER'S" '
t I''tI 't'--.... be protected by rule of law, Now therefore Lionel tribunals for acts violating a family They are entitled\ ,jo,
Whereas It Is essential to promote The General Assembly fundamental rights granted him equal rights a* to < 'a
SPECIApSj5Sti ROTARY CLUB j the development of'friendly Proclaims this universal declaration ly a constitution or by law. ing marriage and marda1e'l< 3 Miles North of Stuart on U. S. 1 i
: I relations between nations. of human rights as a ARTICLE t Won :
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{ t f,, w... Nations have In a charter reaffirmed for all peoples and all na- arbitrary arrest, detention, or into only with the free an ;} Hot Dogs I mburgen :
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f }, Imported 1 ._.:::.. .:... _:;:-_._. ::::--=- =::--..-_... ---_-,_. r -____. ., teaching In and mind education shall strive to nro by- equality hearing by to an a Independent fair and public and Lion society by and society is entitled-and the to State protec-. .. <:i t( On Open Your r To Jensen Beach" it
I ) .'<< tC tC ,( mote respect): for these rights Impartial tribunal In the determination -, ARTICLE 17 ..WM I J fl ttiU.I Midnigh/

I :,h ifl Bran y e THE FISHERMAN'S 'GIFT S P D and measures freedoms, national and by yrogresdve 'and international -- ,: and ot his of rights any and criminal: obllitioni -i own 1, Everyone property: alone has the as riat0'' t'pIIIIIIttIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. .) .!!!!!!.'!III-"IIII","{ III III IIInHII I:;

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to secure their untvt'rSDJ charge against him.ARTICU
r Ii 'L very thing in Fishing Equipment observance, both among : 11 2. No one shall ,be arbitrarily "''JOE'IMOSLEY,
.s.9$ j For the peoples Ot r :member state t. Everyone charged with a deprived of his property,
themselves and among the peoples -' penal offense has the right to be ARTICLE U
FA ATK IDEAL. CHRISTMAS GI ot territories; under their. resumed> innocent until proveiuUty Everyone has the right to freedom -
'I :: .t',5th', t At \t urlsdlctlon./ : according to law In public\ ot thought, conscience and p
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n ARTICLE 1 which he has had all i religion. This include the freedom UMBING
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:Ideal Sau sand All human beings are born free guarantees necessary for his de-
and equal in dignity and rights fense. Met, and the freedom either P Mr1 JOBBlNjQ CONTRACTING
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and In
public or private
conscience should act of account
( towards any penal offence on ORaDAYk
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SEXHORSETACKTE rights and freedoms set forth In i
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declaration: without dla lne-
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& political or other opinion, national ARTICLE It I Impart information and ideas
CO. or social origin, property No one shall be subjected to through any media and regardless -
birth,or other status arbitrary Interference with his frontier Jens tr Beach
Furthermore, no distinction privacy, family, home or con e.- ARTICLE M DIN ERS
: hall be made on the basis of the pondence nor to attacks upon his 1 t. Everyone has the right to
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1 1i f ., status of ,the country has the right to the protection of end association. Beef HamPremium
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We v ernlnl territory or under any 1. Everyone"has the right to 1 I. Everyone has the right to Jensen Beach / MABEL NELCOSKEY, Mp.
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FOR FREE a aDELIVERy Specialize Repairing other limitation of sovereignty.ARTICLE freedom of movement and residence take part in the government oils
L I within the borders of each country, directly or through .I
Everyone has the right to life,. .tate. i freely chosen representatives.
I We/ell .Only I NATIONALLY ADVERTISED liberty, and security of person. 2. Everyone has the right to 2. Everyone has the right ot: i
ARTICLE t wave any country, Including his equal sleep to public service Inhll
BRANDS OF TACKLE. \ Nt one shall be held in slavery own,and to return to his country country U CJC E R' S
SERVICE\ or servitude; slavery and slave }. Th will of the people shall T@ CO T E 5C A C 0
trade shall be in ARTICLE U L ,
prohibited. alltheir : ue the basis of authority of government -
1. SWINGLEHURST forms.ARTICLE 1. Everyone ha the right to this will shall be exressed i
1.r 5 seek and to enjoy in other countries in periodic and genuine
Call! 9117 Owner No one shall be subjected to asylum from persecution.: elections, which shall be universal SERVICE STATION
..,. torture to cruel, 1. This right not be in and shall h
H.ll wry J u < SIM* .a W.k.. ,AlA or inhuman or may I equal suffrage and TVMARFAK LUBRICATION
i v degrading treatment or punish! coked in the case of proseeuK > be held by aecrt'te: or byequlvalt'nt
New Phone Number Cfi _...... AND rWCSTON rROOUCTI
f .6........_.....__._-'""._._-._._'-._____- ______. __._._. _. _. -. -. -. -. -- -- __ _. _._-= _. _.:=.1 free voting procedures. We Wash, fubricat. and Polish'Your Car
jf Anywhere in the City jtS ''<. aSR a Ga sG' ive'63ne' '+ { ''tn yyy; .tf rf'rt i watvai: rGiCt .' Cou/tcous Efficient Service
Whether)You Order'a JJ i III Everyone an a member ot society OPEN 7:0d: A. M. TILL 10:00: P, Mf7 -

I Half Pint or Full) C. .e. j 3 k' #*/ vjvyr ; has and the is entitled right to to social the realization security l DAYS A WEEK)

I is through national effort f oJJM FATHONAOJt A RCCIATEDSI
"' i ja and International cooperation
Imported ace i and in accordance with the organization + --
--- -- --
j and of each
__ t state ot the ;Om'crtc: and
Scotch i'' I cultural rights indispensable'for
his dignity and the free develop OurMachine/ Shop
II IIt + .. 'td P I I went of his personality, ,

$5J70 UP I work 1. Everyone to the free has choice: the right of employment to- it Fully Equipped to handle any type of

5thSeajrams M Wheel Toy I to just and favorable Metal WAk. Bring your Farm Machi err
R I conditions: of work, and to protection *
d 9 !f ; Electric, Trains f against unemployment Repairs to Us. We have a skilled operator

0 M, Erector Sets I 2. Everyone without any dls-: metal aid d
", V.O. ai r crimination has the right' to in charge. If it's made of
it _, A 'Christma i equal pay for equal work. .
i/ I Tree needs Machine Work See Us.
Sth In Gift Carton i. 3. Everyone who works )has .
t w n?. Ufhls j the right to just and favorable ;
$5.54tCanadian J Li! '
Y remuneration, insuring for himself
$ Construction Toy and his family of existence
worthy of human STUART MARINE SERVICE Ik
Club Ei t t t, .Model Airplane! j supplemented ).t necessary dignity and by ,

i 4 w Chemistry Outfit other. means of social protection. Phone 33
5th-$580 4 Everyone has the right -to
1 a form and to
+F? Wonder Tinkertoy join trade unions for
Y Yb Glenmore
y 1 n :

Al' Stone Jugs # ,, w : = -1 Builders -- -

Sth $5.70 '
I Ij 9 ,

j Sir ohn SchanleyPerton : HOTPpINTRANGES !

liie<| jflBo _N
i in Gift BIKES -L
e Carton + _
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th 5.25, $39.95
Z sews IV v i M rw ,

-I ,._, to $42.50 ()) ((1)(1)(1) ( ) ( ;,0
I All t end. At Stan t .1 tK \1 ..

PricesMany i f :: :f,:: r-- APAIU-MENT SIZE
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of There
Item '
Beau fully Packaged cIr"re + ij 't Ve' c': '

r Gifts- At No Extra: '

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I t: H :and Win s I / $-195 .

Domesticand i Hardware Gifts t for Mom and Dad :h, -

I y V Fishing Tackle, Tools, Mirror Malic Pressure Cookers, Revere TRICYCLES Nationally' Advertised Price

ImportedI Ware Electric Irons Percolators Toasters
I Coffee Brewers, $9.75

ALL KINDS g Aluminum Kitchen Ware, Dishes, Roasters ,EcoIine Stainless w

i K Steel Kftchen Ware and Many Other Items. to $19.50 o EVERYTHING

I k Cordials andj i if Open Evenings Till Christmas Starting Monday Electric ,,Contracting, ; ELECTRICAL' Bids Submitted



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lANtA ---
The event I 11 sponsored ....
by the
sLATED children In Palm PPIn1' City Men Club and Ben Salem NewsSCHOOLlAS tor the season Mildred Crawford, Patricia Bine PVILDUVC PERMIT. .

fll City and Hodapp wIll repeat hit perform. NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES! I I. Mr. and Mrs. Jim' Brown and I ly and Sylvia Hull; 8th grade, Pm etl.ks ... KoI.... .....h,. ..0..
palm City Farm ire l Invited to ?nc.e.l there and Ih Stuart for daughter Bonnie, spent last Norma Crawford D..... .Wlvlol.. Lot .. ...... U.
feet Santa Clam! at th*-SaiMsh:% Past IS year the The week end in Pompano with his f..... It by 14 ft IMldmee" II la the rule of 61 County Agent's ColumnBy Mrs. Charles Johnson will be ., .
lodge at 7)0: Christmas Eve. Nick. s parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. L C. L A.hlo. Frufer SuMKUtol,
.... .,_
... Brown home soon after spending the ..4 J I In lnrt.ll from.paws.ese.v n>k ltb -(or aw'"II
L M': Johnson I Mildred and James Allman summer in tHe North Mr*. A "

-' .. 3 34 IN PERFECT and Evelyn: Terry were callers Johnson own the John Lukert
Martin County farmers, 15. In Indlantown Sunday
era and grower have, ranch-I I Paul M, Hoenshel harvesting Mr* J. B. Shelton had as her Mrs. Mary Chandler was the I k
ii I house guests three days last guest of Mr*. Shannon SaturdayOr .
unusually good
sponding in quality gladioliand ATTENDANCEBy
gratifying manner week Mr and Mrs. C. E. Robinson
to the I tube roses and has a small and Mr* Archer of Miami ,
county agent
SMIDNIIGHTIs their plea for planting of chrysanthemum Mr. and Mrs, Jack Walkerof were guests of;Mr. and Mr*. Pete
report and invoices lorI MRS. 0 D. Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and
1948 toll : which will be blooming aboutJan. QtlCLETt Ensen last week. .
I conservation work Mr* V. C. Whitlock and daughter ; THE"i
1. At
However, there are many in this present time ar 4 Mrs, Francis Stiller Verlene of Orlando
program from whom we have not Hoensh/1 II cutting approxi- i
BREAD heard. It may be that some mately 900 dozen glade a day and announce the birth of a ion, Next Sunday is white Christmas GIVES'
at the
service Southern
1948 signers think they have not report the Northern markets Donald Lewis, Friday In Martin S'TKG1.
Methodist Church Each FAST
utJELLY person
done are very good I I I
enough conservation practices County Hospital, weighty Ibs brings a gift (clothing food or
for credit Wt urge you to I John Kramer i* picking fang :8 I 01+ toys) wrapped white paper. RELIEF
I cucumber and selling them ,
come work In We and tell ui about your through the Segree Produce Mr and Mrs. Odell DeLoach This Is put in a box and shipped I I "6 et'ZOLD: ..... \
might find .
you are to the
orphanage Jacksonville '
Company at Indian town. Kra- and daughters, Charlotte and V
entitled to payment for tiri RUt STRIKf
some :
i practice forgotten or mlaunder mer also has a good field of egg Linda:, of Fort Pierce called on I Mr.for and Christmas Mr, George Brownlee _--.. ,.;.';/
stood plant which is blooming now. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby McCulley -. -
W, ,J. Matheson of Crane last week end. and children, Penny, Freddie LIST Your Rooms and Rental :
We now have the form and and Betty Marie, of Hobe Sound ,' Apartments tyl
Information for the 1949 program Creek Ranch and Charley Mr and Mr. P. O Smith were spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Home With Us.
Barnes of Paulson '
Our Closing Time and there are some Ranch are business caller* In Tampa over and Mrs. O. D Qulgley.
For / change about which you should feeding citrus molasses to range the week end. ? 'n
ThatSAidwich --- L. FULFORD
learn Any new farmer rancheror cattle. This la one of the finest Mrs J. J. McCullun, Mrs. W L. Perfect attendance for past
o/ Late Supper grower In the county who I test of this type to be conducted Merritt, Mrs. Tlllle Hulta. Mr*. six weeks at Salerno School was Real Entitle j'
would like to In Martin County and with George Osborn and Mrs.
participate in the George made by 1st grade, Charles
an ample supply of, citrus Bim\c I SCLU\C: : I BFVTJNCIWJPIHTY 1
1949 program should drop In the Osborn ;Jr. were Chrlstnva, Crawford, Jimmy Hlnely Clyde
| Rice/ office and sign up. This Invitation Indications are that this shoppers In West Palm Beach Sarver, Shirley Erickson and MANAGEMENT:
Restaurant also Includes molasses will prove to be a very Dee 0.Roberta. \'
any former good source of winter feed for Jennie Penhale; 2nd grade Lawrence WVjteP. O BOxNp:4t
ACP members who have not Barton who I 11 In Um- Durrence George Hayes NoSth
die 321 Color ,
cattle. do Avenue a
I Is Place signed up for some time, or who range atllla la expected home for the Bill Merrltt Paul Thompson ,
were too late for the 1948 program --- Christmas holiday Larry Water, Lavaughn Hall Phone 317 \ j Stuart rta.. 1 1I
_-_ Most Florida, soils lack,'or are
quite low in one or more of the Mrs. Fred Undsey left Monday and Joan Morris; 3rd grade
'.11.V..v'.it' ''V'vJwv' /' .I iev v v' ::1 1 for Maryland to spend Christmas Rudy Thompson, Christie Hun-
.v.v:v.w l .,u..< John Haromy of Hobe Sound nutrients necessary for good with her relatives there,. Mr. ter, Emory Water and Martha
pasture growth. Regardless ot ,
I OUR I has finished -
planting 20 acreof LIndsey is owner and operator Penhale 4th grade Robert Bon- -
STOCk White Dutch clover to be used how abundant other nutrient nell James Eden Herbert Metj -= I IX YOU ARE
of the crab factory here.
IS COMPLETE for winter for may be In the soil, the absenceor ,
pasture range cat- James WIlliams. Tommie
one Mr. and Mrs Conrad Johnsonof ger
nutrient will
decency of
FOR :, tie This clover should be ready retard growth of pasture plant. Seabrlght N. J., and Mr. and O'Day, Alice Drlggers, Carlene I f BUILDING
for razing about March 1. Shamrock and Helen 5th '
Mrs Victor Greenfield of New Hlnely
There are about 10.000 known ; MODELING'
ArtKJeRISTMAS BUYING I Tomato farmer are beginning species of insect,In Florida. York State are here and have :, grade Walter Lee Glennon Earl :
Our to prepare land and ceding tomato Profit losses citrus taken apartment with Mrs.J Sheet. Dean Motes, Billy Jacobs }
or from
To Mention ;t crop In the field tor the Gladys Perry in the Bever house': Robert Shelton. Louise Church I / OR
spring harvest. This prepara- depend on three major factors- .
r W.W. MAC'S I lion will continue through Jan. the yield of fruit an acre the ,
1-- --- -- cost of Deduction an acre and< REPAIRINGYOU
the price received packed box
5 II *l.00 STORE When crop residue are burned -" "i '
e R5O \
Ctl.ytNp I the organic matter they containIs HOME

HUMAN RIGHTS destroyed/ and the nitrogen '
they contain is liberated Only Hi i''

(tC plant disease pests
is burning of crop residues just-

AND BRIGHT whether born In or out of wed- fled. See Us Before! East Coast Lumber & Supply Cc.
lock shall In purchasing seed for the
S UM enjoy the same social / You Sell or
5 4 protection home vegetable garden It is Important / 0
I Trade A. M SHRIGLEY Mgr.
ARTICLE 16 to get varieties that have /
RIGHT 1. Everyone ha the right to produced satisfactorily in this Phone 22 t P. O. Box 305 Stuart, Fla
The Plumber"FOR education. Education will be state: f
I 511 !5 a. DIXIE F T PIERCL PHONE tee ,
free, at least In elementary! and Only by the use of a candlercan
: fundamental stages. Elementary eggs be sorted according to

I education shall be compulsory Interior quality. This device will t

Quick Technical and professional indicate! porosity of shell, size
\ Dependable
0 w 1 education shall be made generally of air cell and character ot albu,,

.e SERVICE available Higher 'education men and yolk. It also will reveal

shall be equally accessible blood spot. blood rings. bloody "
to all on the baal of merit. whites, grass and moldy eggs and ,,' I. '" "
| wt ARE. wuipf .
EP TO ANY SIZE JOB 2. Education shall be directedto rotten eggACCIDENTS*.

ESTIMATES luBMITTED the full development of hu-
man personality and to the FATAL TO 4

strengthening of respect for hu- Tallahassee-Four people have

Vollrath// Plumping ServiceIII man right and fundamental been killed and seven injured in ." .
freedoms. It shall promote understanding bunting accidents since Florida .. '
tolerance ant '
VOUKATH I season opened Nov 24 Director
friendship among all nation
III Akron A Stuart, Fla. Racial or religious groups, and Ben C Morgan, State Game and
shall further the activities of the Fresh Water Fish Commission,

United Nations for the maintenance disclosed today.Beware.

of peace.
3. Parent have the prior rightto Coughs I
HftffTOj SULLY ? choose the kind 01( education 1 f 941t4fFCUA /

RVB INi'AIIe( ORM Yi''i 'gHlfdn9MMtgfp / that.hall be given to their children Front Common Colds

No Mbre So Than Risking ARTICLE 27 That HANG OH
I. Everyone has the right freely -
l to participate In the cultural ulsiumtelieeesprompdlbecsuu
YouV New Home
By fc''oo
R life of the community, to enjoy i right 10 the KM of the troublell
1 Inadequate or the art and to share In scientific to hel loosen aid expel germ Ixlensnd snd I
phle aid nature to soothe
advancement and Its benefits
vie, nder. J Inflamed' bronchialbnim
safe Wiring 2. Everyone has the right to .Tell ynurilruRgm
the of the moral and
to set kou a bottle of CreoimUioo
m.terlallnteresta resulting from with ihi undenundinfi you nfiit like
lEE US any scientific literary, or artistic the wirill quickly illiy tip cough
FOR GUARANTEED production of which he 1 Is the or you Y e to hivt your money back

ilRING( author. CREOMULSIONBrwKhitil
Everyone entitled to a social for Coug ,Chest Colds,

and International order In which

s the right and freedoms set forthIn SAVE: MONEY
this declaration can be fully


CbNTUCTING'AmiAmSW t Everyone ha duties to the
community In which alone the
t 72 JIX5t lCACH.ru.PhoAe free, full development hit personality CAMELS "qFtfl'1

Ii I I 11 possible LUCKY STRIKE J$ 1 49 4
-i 2. In the exercise of his rights OLD PHILLIP GOLD MORRI ", lrS

PROMrT and freedoms everyone shall be PALL MALL /( J'
353 COURTEOUS SSKV1CEABSTRACTS subject only to such limitations RALEIGHTAREYTON ,PER CAnoN :

as are determined by law solely PrralMPl Br.Bj| SHthtlJ sushi 'rI r
for the purpose of securing due i AM S> Pet C..eo f. 5hlppt.e smd i
and respect for the H..dlt.s z- 5 ,

right and freedoms of others Ml,1... .V......c.... ..fl.Gift Cttom.tell. W,....... \ \
,. and of meeting the Just require- c.-..... O.I o'Y ,
ments of morality, public order, o.r..... U.W DeUWire. .... u.Ii. .-..
3* ES --.1.F
and the general welfare. In a tni CHECK it M EY ORDER emlr l --
society. ,
M..a... m/r L.cw.isi,. Tit. ,:.t.A.wln. ... c. I. These right.and freedomsmay DEPTyaia t '
FI Id. Tim'. A..d.Nw MIa.1 F.. ..wTM' In no case be exercised contrary Allison tco Co. .qf/
0- ,l JoO.OOt.OoDt and principles \ aM
A..ta// ae..r..a to the purpose Poll Tab. i lOM Jf'1)"r "
of the United Nation \AWARI : -

Abstract & Title Insurance Co. Nothing be Interpreted In this a declarationmay Implying! ,1).r) .,. 'I'D 'l

for any state, group or person G :.
ROY S. STATES any right to engage In any activity \; / \ <,,
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Executive Vice-President or to) perform any act aim- ) / ,
ai the destruction of any S ART / -v
Florida ed
Arthur Dehon Building Stuart, I right herein and freedom, set' forth SI E I I'I / See you VMCI or ..

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Stuart, Martin County, Florida.- TOMATO FUNGICIDES AND
r by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a Why potatoes prune, raisins OF
Florida corporation and bread art to high in price, lea APPLICATION ..
I ( Entered u... cond-elul mall I nut that hsa been cracked by

I '. matter at the post office at 1 Senator John J. William of Dela DAVID L. STODDARD
CUD'' Stuart Florida, under the Act ware. Extract: from S speech; he Florida Agricultural Experiment Station* \'

'AT'i'' 1 Of March made in Congress kit fummer Everglades: Experiment Station
j : Ar FREE PRESS s7O9F be enlightening to many v,,JJclte
I' | may ,: : Chide)
; a
; 35 SERVICE; ': house-husbands. '. ,
Ad' 'J 1 h usewlen and<
'I"pan 'I"
\/ + a N Ui. Stuart TlHMk, tl..r .... tom '
Palm ,1\\/ \ 'I l saw farmer delivering potatoes ROBERT A. CONOVER Ji|
FREE PEOPLE rpm ukltok 4 l> SlMrt Atrtt U J
wlt2i'i''rtj.' 1; ;diJ, t1 a .HIS.I... .n..4 lh,....Sturt H_....wltk,.of' and receiving in, return Florida ,Agricultural Experiment SlilSubTropical ."\ '
'; Tk7at..n'u. .... $2.75 hundredweight TheM
tactUtstWy Y.nYt,1111. "
i Ur per Experiment Station
>w :'i ,I (, .u founM OMoWr S. l/for. '" _k. I/ 4 \\I c 'r I tame potatoes were being offered Homestead
y h N+tMn' w ,11. I _
..; :=r.r-
I"I\ n y Mail t ti to the, lame farmer at the ridiculously -
r ............... the
'I', j low rate of ONE CENT a For many years standard, KoomrneiMUlun (fur nnltnaj, i u.y j
/ PRESS pole condition
.;. ,< > n." ,\1.1 I'w ItI ...11.101 ... ...,.., I. .h. an fa _.hllet'.."of tl.y hundredweight, on the BE ':disease such as lute blight, early blight and gray sal I1") "Hwlcei" .. 0ti S
J i'l I ,ten 5''at.d I. tla ...._.. to w.U to .11 AP .... dl.Ntel... I that they should NOT use of Bordeaux mixture or copper.lme) dust These mptcnnli
: *|.U.U.|
f.t, p KOWIN: A.' MKNMNGhItIBSKT ( ; .. ._ .... _...__'--.:...-..._...laa.YnL i l/SED(/ FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION good disease control and were extensively usnd. However, 'oojJ;;<
L but only for stock tie .
I I jruwlN t rIfGfR'A:: : : : :::: :: : i't::: led It was perfectly legal under nation of copper and lime has stunting egret on (lie inmate'
1 a HI! I,'1AM M, MITDO.U.i . ..M pl
3 I; J ',IIIN, U MKNNINCFa .,. .. .._ ....:_,..::....:...:==,..,aa.lw. :: the contract to feed then pota Yields from sprayed rows were less than yiekls front, umnnivnj} inJ

I '1"f" 8UUSCRIPTIOM- RATES to toes:s ergs them but to the.:perfectly children: i illegal of when disease failed\ to ,appear. |i j jIn

II M. ......._ ,..__ ,f r the late 1930s there the
1 ne..end r rtea.es T. T .11 ee rp the farmer family, no matter how appeared sQ-tolkd] !twittrj' III'' astir

I W"}; id.iul.a. ...... ... ...... eft a/.entlw. n. .........-. rnK. ... th. flaht penning the need. copper compounds known: to the trade as Cooper A, Trlkulc! CunJ::
t .., ....._....
h .joc\ N1wMa.IM
'\ 1' Early! thb year the price for tide and CO.CS. These were supposed to be ku time lo the J

r a.a v prunes, began to decline; the government while preserving the fungfcklal qualities of Bordeaux "mixture. TW1 4

t.: 1.1";' I' i { 3 w For $15,000,000 began to ft bough new copper compounds had not been on the au rketton( keg \\xfa i ,

i"I MEMBER @ 19.48 t 000,000 pounds of prunes. Then .research worker began receiving test samples of a ,new line U o I

I 'I .. J I'1 1is ,j were diverted to foreign occupied pounds, the organics. Many of these new compounds have bees i5o3on

t territories" at a loss to the American tomatoes under Florida conditions Some of throe I Iupnn ) '

.. //f tf ', juIblej taxpayer of 19 million They be less' toxic to the'" tomato plant and at the tuna' time to be sludm II
sold under the thai
/ were proviso .
better protection from some the more destructive
(I ( ALL'S NOT WELL IN THE NATIONAL PARKS under no circumstances were they DllhokjD
I, }. '\ .* \to be resold In the United Sure: Perhaps the best known of ,the hew' orgmlcs Is I \t
,. ... .' IJ' : : (Reprinted FronT American Forests) The retail price of prunes,to the which Is the sodium salt of a complex organic compound funiuW k

,.,', ...pirt'rtorewton! B. Drury has served notice that all American housewife rose at once. the farmer In liquid form. Two quarts of this lijiik) put men' ..JIT( ns nkI
I 1 1tl not well the national and lhe Ib. of line sulfale and one-half Ib of lime (added in thaI
\ i* in parks monuments. Again, the price<< of dried raisins nr&'fI.(tares.
( 1'1.\1 ; ; I trouble-too many visitor! too few rangers on the Job. started: to daclin The government a new compound in whit the sodium replaced bv hero', Iran! tk

":: :: ,j j'II F I' Druwar' down-in-lhe-heels service facilities now sagging ( at once! bought 170,000,000()( sine suUate. Uithune" D-14 properly applied as ,1 i ipm hat pnrxcellent

under the weight of a record twenty-five million people. pounds. The price to the American control of late blight at Homestead'Belle Glade red) |r jg.

I' I 'f t rif and an extraordinary large array of those unhappy souls Iwu.e. -huabond at once arose. ton. Experimental and field observation made during the p.oIIletr(
I II seasons at Homestead! and Belle Chide Indicate Unit Ditlwno.
I The government deducted, also, D-14
who, when face
I l' j to face with grandeur, respond only to
a ha. '(6lts a. trifle more money from his bola late blight even during the severe "1'klemk.I1wt, the 'omen' \ ,
I : the to mutilate or destroy.
: I urge
weekly wage 'to pay for the Inn. fail to give adequate protection.
Ji The are (the vandals who throw rocks and trash into -- ---. ---- --- Dithane excellent control of
I I Here is an interesting (tee for gives early blight'! and a f" M ntas
: t the hot spring of Yellowstone, often in such volume as the Florida erehardist. wen u of the blight. In fact, Dr.;Walters, patlmlc" '$(iii it tl_ &.&.-
'i to )block: the flow of water: whose initials and meaninglessM.ratchinir.e sS :O News and Comment O > When the price of CRAPE ton station, 'says that during the past hI'o seasons Pith, .,. gun bran

1' i blot out prehistoric Indian pictures at News- FRUIT JUICE began to declinethe control of gray "leaf spot than Copper A. At Iwluinlimi' lour ,ytDithane ,. I

: ; papei.Rock In Petrified Forest, and who use knives or government "rushed into the was as good as, but no better, than the 10 uthn hmpndo"
"f axe, tp deface scccic masterpieces in Zion and Bryce ; POLITICS is really the battle of life The MY GUESS is that the Florida Uglsla- _r"f't"M bought 1.1500,000 gal tested and gave significantly better results than ,the uqiprajd-l 4

; : i who yreck trailside: exhibits and observation points at reason for.such terrific bitterness in po- ture,'despite some assertions to the contrary Ions at $2 25 a gallon and Immediately plots. In view of these* findings we recommeiKling the ore nf(Di.

It (raved;
tat I ell and outdoor amphitheater seats to feed their ways of life of the people are always deeply the utmost,, 1 think that his four yearsas DISTRIBUTED OUTSIDE THIS Dithane D-14 reacts In the spray tank with zinc tulUt M !Iini< s
f t".j" I concerned with the aspirations of their Governor are going to give Florida COUNTRY,, AT LESS THAN 40 complex zinc compound. There are two fungkiilcn! (MI the nuiiit<
campfires In Grand Xeton .
(,' + CENTS, A GALLON sustaining which contain: this same she compound male at the faiaxy busied
leaden. War is elemental
I nothing but an some amazing and progressive changes
1 Unless this kind vandalism is brought under con- s loss of )3 million and pushingthe of in your spray tank. :These Are Parzate and Dilhane) Z'\8\ Tim
extension of politics When they srguglt' which ,will make the United States tit
trot, Mr. Drury fears "the valuable and irreplaceable of this should be Withane ,
price product to higher hI'O compounds equal( to D-14 lu vm mqNt) ni
proporties of the people (In the national parks will undergo politicr: when they quit arguing and start sup and take notice. :levels.* On cannot: but wonder in general, experimental evidence bears this out, (\\ntOlt1I11 t a&

Ii I r :stiutiy deterioration and the areas will gradually lose fighting It's still politics but they call it o if this benefited the grower or in the past has shown variable behavior, and we art hesitant Ji R>t

their creatnffw and their beauty." war. I DO NOT think that everybody !in Florida the processor San{ of our local them the same full recommendutiiin given Dilliarw tilt I)4) ..

: : j t nut, like a lot of other problems, there is little about o will like what he is going.4o do-in fact. growers might sleuth out the tends have the advantage over Dithane hi (hut there b hut ant' ito Mill

'.1 Urn 'sate that cannot be solved by an understanding and YOU WILL NOTE that\ In politics as I, think that he' Mill be cordially dislikedby (uuwer to that question i put into the tank, saving labor and reducing! the puMiluhty)' ot antOn

." ; sympathetic Congress What is needed are appropriations in war, there are great victory celebrationi -, the ultra-conservatives and by those The same story In varying degrees n ,the other,hand Dithane .Is cheaper a 100 gallons of spray

!j j i ''t in ,rjrrijeient amount to fill the vacant stations Governor Fuller Warren's in business interests which.fear the edicts of applies to wheat corn and There Is one other organic compound Phycm th.4t t shrnnpirstsas "
the re-establish ranger auguratlon festival at Tallahassee will government to business and the power. of cotton and wool and, do not forget a tomato fungicide. It is a dose relative of SjX-rgini wl,Mi .mm..
throughout parks and monuments to
f t pro- to sugar alto Lack of space of have used as a seed treatment. Experimental tenting of hugs
dance you
'tctive in effective be a war of victory by the Warren, government above business-but I do be-
patrols force and to the
expand type prevents die giving of detailed in has not been completed and,, at present, we recommend lU ere forces the lieve that
plus homage to the victor by he will leave the Governorshipwith
)' nf education that will check vandalism at its source In formation. 1t.1to ..pplif't0\ seedbeds only
\ I ty+ fact, there is nothing now haunting the National Park vanquished and it will result in a great the greatest bloc of "common people" pork, chicken 'beef, veal, mutton, Some who used successfully the copper eompl1UOOS last yes7wander ,
< l' ( cementing of the political forces of Flor yotes behind him Floridian will have I
i Service! that a generous congregational appropriation can't any and tuikeys. why they have hot been given a strong recommrnd.itfc'a<' )\9)*"
I u Ida for a greater and .more potent objective ever had. The Senator 1. could !
e tr lure: says go are some areas hi the State where late blight and gray leahpatVncnot
A the widening of the sphere of on indefinitely naming commodities : been Indianlow of these last tnd.
Mr. Drury, of course, being a public official, doesn't .' oIN'THE severe. was one areas teat
put ft that way, He doesn't have to. After reading his Warren's power BATTLE of politics,, the Generals the price of which are kept of the biggest growers there snade a fine crop with Cupper A, ,ill<*'
I! lI l- il, jimUat' o 1 and the arnjies always seek greater high!: by federal Intervention; but ever, In the Experiment Station plots at Belie CUde kite blight wai m
to the Secretary of the Interior it is not
.I Il' t report! I[ PERSONALLY[ .think that Fuller Warren fields to conquer_it will be U. S. from[ these examples It should be severe that Copper A did not afford adequate pnKwtuinsprayed and pJ.nIs,.

1 9 difficult' to reach the proper conclusion For, example : is" the smartest politician-and by that I Senator. Fuller Warren-and you may evident to everyone that It is Impossible with It died prematurely. Lot blight In South Flmla ms

It lo) curb the careless and, the vandalistic to provide i mean most politically acute political general be sure that Warren as U. $. Sena- for the cost of living to be to be getting worse each year, Since we cannot predict !lust sales ad I

i : ; d protection to the vi itor and the modest degree of interpretation -as well as natural leader that Florida tor will as quickly become A national reduced/ so long as these unsound where the Lease will reach: epidemic form, we must I'olllddltfUIIZIddes

[ which contributes so much to his enjoyment; has ever had.. This is said with absolute figure as he has become a State figure. practice are continued.'Supporting which we know will give the beet porformanttt w Ai
I tI (10, safeguard invaluable natural, and historical resources o prices at fantastically \ most adverse conditions." .
: \. practicality Never before In the
unimpaired for the of future generations' high levels Is benefiting no While It know what "il led
enjoyment is to fungrtk
REMEMBER that very important just
history of Florida that I ever heard of dida thecommon; people are
'''t :io perform these functions with fair is one. Every time the government control disease of it to tree.
IJ even adequacy victorious and battle.worn candidatecome (the same from one end of this land to the Increases the llie result Issn a or group disease r J ullcrlj impossible under existing circumstances." prices how and when to apply this fungicide Many I tines a grow* has
back and thank his wellas othir-what they want in Florida Is what of
troops as Increaalng't'Ollt living to the d des
that for when' the root
L hi terms of public use and enjoyment, "existing ciri a particular material has not worked him
I I, umances" that should to Mount go into enemy territory and shake the 'they want from Maine to Oregon. Florida housewife. This, in.turn, requiresher trouble was not the chemical but the manner In whkh II wa aplbALet 1
means ,
you journey say bands of the vanquished. Fuller Warren almost had k Presidential candidate in husband to demand an Increase consider ride spf*
us then, the two principles tung
KairntjlNational I Park would find a staff smaller Important
you and revisited Senator Claude Peppen The tragedy of in wages from his employ ties
weary, every cation It should be emphasized that neltherof these) principle
f 't 1A d1 I thou ih prewar 1940 trying desperately to cope with the single county in this State, both where he Claude's life is that the Democratic Party I W| the manufacturer mud thenncreaje Important than the'other; each must be observed! equally 'if !IM it

I Jlrflhll'tnM i> of twice as many visitors, You would have to had won and where he had lost thanking did not want him when he offered himself I his prices: and, to complete results are to be obtl ned. .*
) l I drive over roads in various stages of disrepair to put up Watch Fuller Warren's this Inflationary cycle, the at
t the: voters And telling the voters that he political future In the first place, there is timing. Fungicides are prevenUov
,' i" : dt; u itti obsolete. possibly unsafe accommodations "Condi11 -' looked for full support from them all In With his charm, his enthusiasm and his farmer, who must purchase those cures; applications must be started before. the disease appears fly

: ( us rn this park," reports Mr Drury, "are duplicated battles to come. natural love'for the game of politics and manufactured snicks Is required l lID fungi that attack your' tomato plants Inside the plot I tiso'5 A la

'! f fj in many respects in most of the others where increased o the army of the'people, he will some dayI pay; the corresponding of Increase and fungicides cannot pnelrale. 7Uerefon tile plant must I.e pntaod;
It Is
j 4 I ; ( ('ordmodatmns: where, in fact there have as a rule been made, Timing also includes the interval between appltoum .
President of the United States in
in his shoes You and I, who stutter .the con- here today and promise the American Mphet
} :.dual demises in both respects along with deteriorationn 'advancing know for Instance! that late blight .Is more sever! in cord: damp .
i : and hesitate to make one speech a year tinuing battle between Jiberal- Canner continued high support than When weather a "
ft b under and drY uoditiau
both public and administrative facilities. warm
before Rotary or Kiwanis, must think of ism and desperately struggling. conservatism levels jar his product, and, favorable for schedule ol l.t 5' *"
,( Here are a few cafes : At Petrified Forest staff mem- '" at the same time, promise theAlOOI'ican fungus development, a spray
the great determination it took to revisit aV!
four :
days (.sufficient. This Interval l mutt be shortened! to
} l IlI'r& take turns at janitorial duties in public rest rooms; 0 housewife a reductionIn
67 counties after he had and did- ,
won when favorable late weather
\ ,I' fill three' days each week in Death Valley, the protective the high t'OItof; 11v14'It blight Is present _
:!\ not have to make effort. THE? NEWS this Twi feugiIng
any ; said by inference once In the second place, we must consider: coverage ..
I will be learn .
I p, force; of this 1 1,850,565-acre monument, with 500 miles interesting to fe" SI "
I o before' You may have miall d. It In, an hoe\ the "Uttle Man in the tomato disease spread from plant to plant and from '
>l'road to patrol consists of one at Zion andBrace White( '
1 ranger; DETERMINATION such as Fuller Warren account of a speech by Warren on our House1' will solve this problem by means of Ipores., Spore arecanted, in general!, by the water
I'i I', u1.I u1.. park* virtually the full-time of the ranger force is possesses wlU atop'at nothing. He has front page a few weeks alO.SO whether. will be by promises or; they land at random on the plant surface Once landed I they P aye

: required to operate two checking stations, at Glacier! Na- the: secret of' reaching down' and gettingat o by action No one knows wherewe and send a tube ,into the tissue Unlike snsec*. spores cIo

I: ; f. :I'',I If tio'thl! Fark, accidents employees, due to an 'overload the hearts of the common people. He WE ARE?; repeating it today, knowing will land If the Congress and thereby increase the chance of their contacting a rwta* we

of"work, have increased one-third, with .a 200, percent also knows how to use power .I personally that we are the first newspaper In, Florida "proves to be. of the "rubber-stamp" Kt on the plant. covered inglcide id JIll.

"k: (Increase" in lost time heard him say that he was going to use which! has tried to gaze that far ,ahead in variety such as Roosevelt had We must, therefore, have the plant completely the !fu*" tJ
The "we have done well have If these to be k llecl. We must direct
only reason as a. we are
then from spore
Nothing can prevent us
ij'I. I II IIi every force-In his power achieve lower the crystal ball. Remember this",, 'and 10 the material la Wt, It r::
I. Jt rcfprts> Mr. Drury, is because a "devoted personnel, for sliding well along on the road to plant with sufficient pressure to blow the
electric rates and if have been
; you read. or from jog the old
years now, for
so memory We recommend the spray
weeks/ on end, give their government nix: and seven daysof socialism arid communism the inevitable a minimum of 4OO {be. at pump _WJJ
I, j \ ,/ '' .service for five days' pay because they can knee no ng thepspera you will note that there' and say' "I read' it" first in ,The Stuart and lacteal end of a strong! A ufficlenl number of nozzles must be provided, and the p-; jV,j
have already been reductions. News -E.L. art of the machine should not be too fad ..,.tL
: : i ettfer way In which the requirements of law And their ,. .. governmental oligarchy W* lie *
,1 :1IIIct recomrnrndaliona lhero facers< taanot
n danger of following the oil m..rot
grave .
overt consciences' can be met. ADVERTISING PAYS
a.I 4 : ": Precept ire the rule by whkhwe disastrous path that has made the many variables which enter Into the pktura. such; 'Jf/JIJi
Here, we.suggest, is something that all park visitors
ought to square, our lives.- England "a beggar rather thana envy art the machine and the size ofthe, plan'' The P".aabiI
1-: paste! In their hats- to read every time ,they come up Srnnecs.I St. Petersburg spends $68,000 a ,year on advertising king" among tile nations." check individual plants In the field to make certain thai hVra .".,

dgptnst pootly equipped and over-crowded camp grounds "| taster teach what 'Sarasota spend .113,178 Tampa $30,000, Daytona We may not become: a real beg spray or dust residue on the whole plant Including the upper s fIIf'"
ran !
romi' systems in various stages of disrepair inadequate twenty Beach $38,000, Miami Beach, $103,000, ', .i' ,. gar nation/ but we will. lose.our leaf surfaces. He should check ,hit several lima during w
w were/ good to be doite, than beone 't
i, utilities and hotel and cabin accommodations badly JnfceSd To keep the golden dollars rolling fn to their great Crown,,of Liberty may the Great (tea +
.I of modernization. Then when they feel the urge of' the 20 la follow mine own mid-State tourist attraction the running Silver Springsbudget Jehovah help us save wha .Is left You weD know the three methods for applyklgwhmgkkk( ,,, r-

to --jcomplain: that the' government is not showing proper tee ccbkShakespeare: : men of that, but lie does not mingle praying, ground dusting and airplane i s t,
I consideration and respect for their status as taxpayers, .Jesus teaching' and ,practice of $$200,000 a year for advertising v much with politicians, except with mend phil because experience baa showed """y

they can turn red facet eastward-hopefully toward the ruth Involved such. sacrifice> ai It is an interesting fact that the cities which hue Claude Peppqr, who used to tall far the mort effective! Method Airplane dusting b the J"//

Ha.Il3 of Congress in Washington meta us' admit itt principle to be spent the most on advertising have shown the most ph.. upon him frequently. (Who In the of the three ,However.t times"when the aril II toO wetntiI pJ
lee 1 Cod blesses still the generous Trpper Park" Why blast can be resumed initiated
in it is If Stuart and Martin County ever expect 'to i pull themselves any % or put
themselves and the
Few thing are impracticable \ ; thought possible beauty spat with the urc Vntfl varieties of tomatoes Whfch are reelsl..nl to :it
1 for..'want of application, rather than of means, that man And till the fitting word If* up out of their debt morass th re'. only one way saws y aroma of politics Whew fungus disease are available the.applicatiun of rile"plnP" ::;

I fart )f success Rochefoucauld.Tru spneds" I to do (it-and that it Is to get on the advertising bandwagonand t 11 t It ) Is he financially interested I II .Important In tha,f leVinlng operation a* land Vend
U perfect and freedom. It rime And truth lit His taught, increase our population. be OIl g .
0 politeness ee.se requiring In the. adventure fealli atbm. The grower should plan his crop ...Vf'
ply'consists in treating others just es you love to be treated lie qukten lath deeds.Whittle' I The quickest way to cut .a debt in half) ,Ic to double -Fletcher A. Russell to that he !has adequate machinery: and labor to <*>V ;

a f % yourself, Chesterfield. I :the number of people who ,must pay it: ,Ankon; *. disease COQ nJI propsm .%


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pg HOICKS ON. ROAD 10 per cent or more '
,boom Itt motor I t and promising to go mn Breeze Park,\ game of eight frames Additional were in West Palm; the "face: Daughter Marguerite ""Peggy" Hickory and basswood are'notable -
A nationwide kSWpmenU la putting! the number of truck .r.\ rules will\ be drawn! up this lifting" Job Bill Middleton has will go to Albany, N. T., in February exceptions to the rule' ih:(

"" ,, Jt* on Florida' hlghi within the State's week when the board of directors done on his trailer and cabana; to begin nur..'* tralnlpg! the dark or heartwood U better
i at any time since In- I expected to total 153.700 Befitting All CAges meet. Score of the week'Wil the paint job on Edna Randall in Albany Children'' Hospital commercially than the llght-

J I'll the gasoline .I early 1949, according Charles Puck and Sam Powell's trailer; the Monday night where the will specialize in pediatrics colored sapwood' ,. .,'
1t11 trurt,loading* reportedengine.up analysis. by 8KF 131 to 27, against opponents crowd' rendition of "Happy a-, ."J
I at whose reticence Is understandable Birthday" at the CommunityHall Dr. Restln, who originally

|, SWARTHOUT honoring all who had stopped at Ocean: Breeze for only WATC.H.

i I I Pant daughter of Jean and Henry : Mrs' Elmer' Murdock, Mrs birthdays this week, three weeks, will go East with ,
Mattle May, Mrs Ethel Bacon
events In addition
| her to visit his other. daughterand
"Happy" McCauley: was christened Mrs Gladys Stevens and Mrs
H ol special din Know Your Neighbor The FOR THE
son after which he will re
Sunday at at Josephs Dltterllna attended the Unity :
will feature the I Church, Stuart by the Rev, T.l. Chapter of OES at Stuart last i platform which: looks a* though turn for the balance of the sea
season at Ocean: it has been scrubbed for :
Thursday evening surgery son. He has been trailering
according to plans I Geary Mr. and Mn Ed Guff) Jessie and Harry Von Zell, and the trailer behind It at the since'the winter of 1M7 visiting STAG: ,:,
formative stages were Godparent beaming over the news of a new corner of North 8th and Broad Texas and Mexico'last year, but \
party for chil Patty Hutchinson h.... been granddaughter, Susan born to Sts marks the residence of Dr It looks as though Ocean Breeze \. I', l'
w a special event for I appointed chairman of the membership son, Richard Pearson, and wife Erich H. Restln\ and daughter, ",'m be his headquarters' from 7 7. 7,7, 7c J ''H
u this year, will take: of Rlchland, Ore. Richard II'' Marguerite from Point Pleas now On .
yl from 4 to B p.m. In I committee for Jensen the engineer who Was with the ant, N' J.Previous. Dr. Restln's hobbles are photography . ,: ?
fail under di Beach area for the Martin Coun- ] to his retirement 'to
: : original I atom bomb project SVi and oil painting and a
r Hall Adults I ty Fine Art Guild, Inc. AnyoneIn yean ago (on doctor's orders)
Harry the Hoke was completely : large medical library; He already "
In a special proI I the park who would like Information surprised and mighty pleased Dr. Reatln was chief surgeon of I has been promoted to ::1,.
eve at 8 also in I should see Patty, Mt Vernon Hospital Mt. Ver- "
when the Tuesday night dancing Honor Chair in the "Lair's Club. 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ilu Hall Jeannette Ocean Breeze mothers attending "kids" broke into the dance they non, N. Y, a teacher at New He had previously been at the ;
/: I
: chairman ol this the monthly meeting of Jensen named the "Hokey .Pokey," surrounding York University of which he Is Brlghtwater Trailer Park in Lo- ;: .
Y u Can Do All Your .services will be I Beach P-TA were Mrs Lei him with birthday a graduate, and postgraduateof valets, N. J* where he met the ";
Shoenborn Mrs Ed Duquay, Mrs
Christmas morning greetings Birthday greetingsalso Institute of Surgery New York late Ted Horne, who told him Of kjf
Owen Lockwood, Mrs Jfapp :
) I
were In order to curlyheaded Ocean: Breeze. ,
McCauley Mrs Joe Simpson and Helen Mast, the former WAC __- -r---
at, Snow Caravan: Alex Mrs. Hans Rhelndorf.
recently returned from duty in I
Jessie Horst Is In charge of the
Orosshans already Germany, and to Mrs: Howard :
W.WMAC'S for their home In "Re-sale and Rummage Sale" to Scott: .
be held Jan 14 and IS In Town
N. Y" for the holi Gasoline Alley To West Palm
; and Jean Orashlus Hall Jensen Beach for the ben- Beach Helen and Alice: Martin,
510 $i.00 STORE bundled up Monday efit of the'Jensen Community Mrs. John Vaday, Mr and Mrs.Russ 01r
for Cadillac Mich.: : Church building fund. Take Abbott, Gladys McLarty,
Drop In aVid took Over Our Stock T B: Whitlow and your contributions to Jessies, Minnie Bolton, Myrtle Puck: Well-Groomed To
and son-in-law' cottage: Hibiscus Road entranceof Doreen Peet and Hazel Cassell; { t Your Fingertips
'.ILU; 11=111 .ttt IR:1/'Il'.Il'i/: /= /.:!' .' ,: /,: : / .Allen Harwell) are the Park.most Jessie says clothing they, Mr. and Mrs Emmett Barber, fWheat Dairy
-.-- to Poplar Bluffs, can use anything, Mr. and Mrs. William Talley Mr. ; anger.
..,. leaves to- toys, gifts, plants new or tips--remepber-evefy
-====> : and Mrs James Ctetn; Leo and mow
Hartford City Ind, to used. Blance Hare; Lillian and John M eqe as i4M./ n.ds.i a.oa.seeatladrw'I ment of jour hands\displays
with her par- That Is Laura Wright you See Myers and Edna Randall, Hattie low d o.a vw. a '. ,/.7..a tee". them! Good groomyig d*.
Trade Inds oao"I"7'W and Mrs. V. L out in the middle of Road AlA Stephens and Mrs Jerry Beagle; .. mands careful, refulat manicuring
.based Y Y w d
the horizon for her new eat i0 a isg4ed!calks d '
the all Make standing
( dope on Raymond and L Vagabond Joe McNamara: who 71.155d. a..a.. T.iad..ap .s.Aa ..n.a. wish; *
goings and doings Hollywood and Miami: Mr. and victory
Hoke at 'the store has the agency for the trailer at Mrs. Hans Anderson, Jeanette ..,Y .dkd .a. s h, evarw dc .. dams. TM.chafe ty Baluft and keep year Jnctaand :
Restaurant .J will guest Ocean Breeze, says it should be and Robert Ewald. ,,saner MW .d. Y a. % nsjils at their best all the
News correspon here at any moment. Mrs Carriebel Brewer, sister of -.deed d a0 wend an nnd..d.bal.rvON r time!/Phone MS. \'
.\ coup.a' of weeks). Frank ((0-75)) Hawkins and m t
-- ; '
Snorky'i baltbox 'became a Ocean Breezes No. 1 needle- 0 Salon
FORT PfcRCE Vie Beauty
I with 10 trailers heads "hotbox" this week with the worker, held a pre-Chrlstmas ory
The Fisherman' 4nd Sports an' Headquarters hottest fishing of the year. St Drug corp.
25 newcomers: who I show and sale of her work In the
OOD TS the park this week. Catches included Bill: "Hutch"Hutchlnson Middleton Community Hall Tuesday, with T REXALL STORE r {ELIZABETH PUTNAM \ J I
and ,
j ; Mr. and Mrs W. F. I part proceeds: going to the March Phone 11 ,' MARJORIE BUFF UM \ I Ip
17 lb.snook and a trout (bridge), _
Ihd Mr. and of Dimes
Com In 4s You Are a\d Enjoy Our : Keene,;N.H, Mr. "Tex" Tatum, 45 lbs bottom fish i __ "rls
Delicious 'SeauFood Stickler, Camp- (Sewall's Point); Al Ford and The Parks Breezing About:
Atmos\ere" ; and Mrs J. W. Steve Stephens, 30 Ibs bottom the way Edith and Emmett Bar- :
T, endly Va; Mr. and f sn, two snook with Al climax- ber stop the show with their :1
Open 6A.M.'TiU9P.M> Cleveland, ing a perfect day by falling out mett used to be a dancing leach-
E. R. Mathews, of the boat at the dock; first day spectacular dancing (girls. Em I s \ For The I
reel Newest anil Finest of the first norther (Thursday) ,
FTP I Mich; Mr. and Mrs er): those thoughtless! drivels
Mich: ; Mr. put the snookers on an around- who persist In speeding through
oao====*0CO schedule Bill
saaooycss with
Elsenhardt\ Cuba the-clock the park (remember even a
= I =
o =0 oao oao I Mr. and Mrs Alfred Talley landing, two, IS and 23 Ibs. "little" accident may kill a 26th Consecutive Year zi
C h.t Farnham
respectively; !
Hill NY; Mr. and "little" child: ); the "Washln1 I
Gladwln, Mich: ; I weighing in an IS-pounder, and I and Ironln Dun Here" sign, together -
I F, 8. Burgess, Lan Gordon Swarthout and "Andy"Anderson I with the choice: collection
r Special ; Mr. and Mrs O. Cov hooking into seven in I of clothes: which mysteriously OF DVERTISiNG IN ..
Mich, Mr. and Mrs half an hour on live shrimp at appeared In front of the Harry '
of tide. Other catches: THE TUART NEWS
Lancaster, Pa; Mr. I change: Von Zells' trailer while they
for theClpsjiiias 0Q Peabody, Alegan, Bill Bright, 12 trout (bridge): :
I T. B. Bill Peet, 13 trout, a snook and a
and Mrs
I' ; ''NY, Mr and snapper (bridge); Ed Kendall, LOYAL ORDER OF We Invite YOU To Come To Hflfm
trout (plugging);
i Holidays Mlf. 8!lIb on bridge MOOSE
Sweringer Chet Farnham. It Ib snook on HAL EY & GRIFFITH'S With Your
; Mr. and Mrs. C H feather (bridge), Bob Seal es- .STUART MEETS LODGI/lI.1,..., P. M.
I' Pa;,' Mr. and tablished the "one ,that got U1,ud r4 WED :SOAYS ,
Two/ -PEROXIDE'' PERMANEN \WAVES Camden, Mlch; away" record losing a snook estimated SUCH MONMoose POUR
Still- H List
H. S Force, es Christmas
I / including a !' : Mr. and Mrs. C. O.I broke away at 30 after to being 35 lbs lifted, which to fE ERA!. HWAY IT _
Lake," Mich; i
j I RENO HAIR SHAPING I Lewis Befendorf. the bridge rail. z
Leo Hare and Roy Harvey
I and Mrs The stock of Vooks Florida 3
Mr most complete m
received the Correct Craft Boat
(for The Month of December Only Newfane, ;NY, r ?
I Indla- Agency, and have their first one = Books Of,all kiJ /
Glen Frey
the river bank opposite -
T*O/COMPLETE/ for onI I $ ; .and Pleasant.Mrs C Mich.:R on display the on Recreation Hall. Al ti_ B- i

E. Cavlleer. Harwell and Antone Relpp accepted Stationery Adu 'games
I I W delivery of their Correct _

Jns n Beach Beauty Sa ,Betty Jerlchow. Craft Snorky on Friday says.: Trolling and i Framed Reproductions\
and Infant son
casting:: using spoon or yellow \
Managed, Operated by Ethel and Patty Hutchl: I Herman Ocean: Breeze has a new for clothespin all along plug the is grass still flats producing Christmas cards: complete: "'until the l last minute. i.

Phone 72-M2 in- from Edenlawn north. Shrimp There are hundreds of)'tombin our commercial:
McCauley, still good for '
and "popcork"
o o aoC====O=o===== .. '"--""-' J those: who prefer live baitHUda J department.C \

4 -
and Mack Costello, Mr. 3
and Mrs. Stickler Mr,'and Mrs ? CAMERA CENTER V
James Miller Clara and Bill p
Happy Vaught, Mrs Fanny Stage, Mrs

Bernice Graves picnicked: at The most outstanding Camera Shop in South Florid f IV t ,
Hobe Sound Sunday. '
The lick list: Virginia Bryson Everything for the camera: enthusiast \ MJ
SHOULD SAY SO In and out of the Fort Pierce i / Materials s
I hospital, and Improving rapidly \ 3Hal4v
the "Liar's Club" will be happyto 01 119 WE 7I
hear; all of Ann Wrights
the line friends so happy to see her improving '
my w is on Mr. P. M. Ooodenow In I haVENET & Griffith
Martin County Hospital with q.r
Nora Malone assisting in the f .
and it'sI nursing. BLINDSTraso 1 / :

t Park visitors: Mr and Mrs Manufacturing Co. .: 313 pa* lra St. West Palm Beach 4 ; l!
Jim Overbee and IOn James \1
Randy, of Indianapolis visiting ox 101 s FORT fic.nct 6

WHITE Roy their Harvey grandparents(That,, Mr.makes and Mrs the; __ )iaa >>)aii >> )a)i I) ) ) ) ) )aiJi.,

Harvey* greatgrandparentswould n {wf 100000000=1 ':,
;BRIGHHI ( you believe its!) Mr. and dal a ,e w ws: wlw w tea. w w is i. w w o a a .
Mrs Leslie Bird of Pontiac;
Mlcb, guests of Myrtle Terrlo
over the week end.
CLOTHES TOTHEW Mrs. Jennie Shirley has taken
I TAKE her guests Mr. and Mrs'Clarence -
i : Case of Detroit, on a tour
of Florida. They will visit Miami
Key West and St. Peters-
T- .
bUI"I ,
Cut the deck? Winners thisweek
wen Hans Rhelndorf,
Outlay of CashIt Brings Mea Hattie Stephens pinochle .
Small bridge;
They Come Back Then oa.-For ; Mrs. A. W. Corey, BOO -
Lar Return in Convenience Christ Classes In pinochle.: BOO and Ou artin County Friends
Your Inviting
Clothe o Us While bridge conducted: by Myrtle
SPARKLING Brie' Your 43 "
Th will be ready for Fouin Terlo and Paul.Schoonmaker,

me shopping. Wh e and Ready for the line. are arowlnl'larcer steadily of the
CLEAN mi tea -clean Jack MacNab president

Club newly reports organized\new scoreboards Shuffleboard In .Again to !sits. .. .,:

So You May Not Have To Wait FORGET use, limiting,the players to one '
That You 4 1
May We 3uggy* "

CAIX 364 Wash Day! STUART/

'.(or MachI A Reservation cittCOMMWON "

4 "911* Dry Weight 10 Automatic BeUx Washers ReguS* M tl-g .RUBINS >':

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THE/WASH-0-M\T ,.,l"DNESD Stuart City Ha YS. ;- The Most Modern and Complete Department Store in the Indian River Area ,

C.. R. .EISLEY.. Mr.
Stu Fl.. Always Welcome

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( I t I Pact Ti..,M11f.fWD --- -, T8t S7TART NEWS, STCAHT. MARTI" t t C CNTt, FLORIDA, "THTRSDAt,. ,,Pf C. M, fig I

',' In Jensen Beach were week-end guest of Mr and or====zolloc:=:aoaoc:::=sollo====:-QESOa It is likely, according to well ,(,TOMATO rte REACHED
; Mrs Frank Wacha. PACT HITS U, S. formed officials, that the VII It..')i Volume of tomatoei' reached :

,\, d,' By CHARLOTTE. HEWER Mrs Minnie Klpp entertained a g Salerno Civic Association i States will agree to a pledge "iml- IM peak during the past weekat I

I : j I 'Ij' il Mr and Mr T' Walter Vte-) several (friend at bridge at Seymoue's I ocaot===oe By GLADYS H. PERRt at, oaU ISOLATIONISMAtlantic lar fo that made with the Amerk.anrepublic Fort movement Pierce U and'xpected from now:to decrease on : live
:. I' j grove and daughter, Marlon, Inn Tuesday afternoon / at Boo dejaneiro oil, \the stir
t : ,p who have resided here for the High scores were made by Mn The association} held its regular hospitality committee another Sept a, >947. That agreement I rapidly the market Daily averaged

\,t past Ave yean have moved to Adolph ,Hurtel, Mrs Arnold meeting at the Civic! Center bee year Bond Would Coin provided i that "an armed attack I approximately through 17,000 50-54-\Ib.
PACE I I, Brainbrldge, Ga. Taube and Mrs. E. 3. Ward 8 with the largest attendance we l Eirdiuslaim; was apparent In the eel Nation to Part in t hy any state against an American field crates, selling from '10
. r :. Mr, and Mrs. Norris Tllton of I Others playing were Mrs. A. E, 'have\ had for some time. plans for the* combined installation )World> War |m slate shall/ be considered as an attack $5. 0. A comparison of the .rolurr -
Gainesville announce the 'arrival Emerson, Mrs Charles Nelson all American states
CL1D ,'I :'i t 1 Moth interest" was shown in of oflk.wlMd the dedication against >4 for the J8<7 fall deal and
of a ton Bobby Craig: last Friday I Mr C H. Alderman Mrs Laura I And /in case of attack\ all the nathan :
ATVpan ': I r weighing 7'Ibs.'\ Howard Miss Georgia Turner, time nomination and election of offi f- +I of the building in January The j jI By CLAR&E BEACH would Immediately for that of this year through Dec.
,:,'I': I Mr, and 'Mr*. Wilbur'Glass, of,,I Mr. Lewis Gamble Mm. Joe Join t showed 275607 bushels this
A "" I, i Rio are announcing the arrival Kllng and Mrs. Seymour Gideon. "rs. The nominating commit I Cluistmus committee In charge of;i IVphmgtoa"" (AP-If) eke consultations all to the next step : Mason as'against 70,323 bushels
|t.. f ,i h.. J I of a ton at Martin County Hospital Mr and Mrs. W. B. Tllton Entertained suggested that Vice. J Human .is reporting progrei Cain' Slates Joins the union of Western lance I idea of U. S. armed resist I tot the same period/ last year
Palm\ '\': .' f Saturday I at a birthday dinner &auitd rsoii brchme president InConsideration 'festivities are planned European! qutioni\ in North .\tlantic to foreign colonization or in-
Win i;"f ftacUHfyJf+ : "If r7:" ,. ; t Mn Charles' Day. was high Wednesday' honoring Mrs Ransom fur the strain under Iloman spoke briefly about the security pact, it will IM taking I I vusion of any independent West I!II911iHlsflIIIp111B5IIl3IWU51/1gI11111QIIH/1III1IIIHIIIIII! !" / IIIIRIIitlillltlh'
:1:1H !
i I
r ralbly 'y I score winner at her brl4ge club' Tllton Attending were Mr new organization to be established ,ern Hemtohere nation is not new Ii OIRINER'SRIVRRSID'E I
.::9 l ", when Mrs. Harry See r trom ,n- I and Mrs C. M. Walker, Mr, and' ,,likh President Charles Conradhas hy (he (firemen in town. He its farthest step away from tradi It 'was implicit In the doctrine
'f,) ,,": 1 tertalned Thursday afternoon Mrs. George Everham, Clarence been working 'the past year that the association sug thrush American isolationism Nev. which President Monroe laid down 1 ) RESTAURANT
... .U.J' ''Ii : Other playing: were Mrs Joe Bright, Mr. and Mrs. W B Til illness he !; although w I before la* this country joined I I
tuid the SfiiiHU went tu in MENU EVERY
( his
; I is and sponsoring In message Congress :: SPECIAL DAY
itirl I : i gyp ;packui and Mrs. Lewis Gamble ton 'Jr, Mr and Mrs. Frank promoting countries in a military/
I II : ';, Mr and Mrs. Robert Gilbert ,, Wacha and Mr, Tllton and son, Ihl'oughIot\ so long ago. But I,the new fore! house and )has made defense European in time of 1823 It was broadened In the Act 1 Fried Chicken Steaks, Oysters and ShriiL
,. 1:.: ?, and son, Bruce. of Vero. Beach.. Randy. Conrad was 'unanimously re-elect arrangements for( the new fire It agreement has followed d Chapultepe In 1945, when the \ HOME COOKED '
ed 1 the for another peace religiously
I Hi' to presidtncy true;, hit( Iks anon as the firehouse American\ republics as a group Delicious Food
Tasty, :
:==:: : oaolloao: Washington's caution in I
aoaolloco George
III year Jack Saunclerwn was,elected fa. completed and the company greed to look l.Ipt11an attack \
\. ., t' ; ar = vice-president again and, upon! the of firemen established they 1 his Farewell Address against any of them as an attack MRS.: ALBERT GRIN.SR
t 1 : FLOWERS For All OCCASIONSBOUQUETS "It must be unwise In us to inn |
; !
{ of Mrs .Saundef which
3r ; : : 0 resignation Jack choose !their own chief Hauling l'pon all It was this act
; l will be Mrs. plicate ounehes by artificial tieshi 3 \ Drive In Curb Service
I son new secretary' the block to start the new building Sen. Arthur, VaiioVnberg I II I :; p .. p e CORSAGES .. .. CUT FLOWERS Cret Human, Clady Perry re-' is I under way the ordinary Vicissitudes of herEurope's .), chairman of the foreign g. % MILl \Moafu IT LUCIa aivra eniDci oyru. ,"0. |

f ,::1 ,II i .,: IJ FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS / plains corresponding secretary Arid Tlie men of the association have ( coinbimUions/) politics and. 'or collisions the ordin.sty of: nlutmns committee, sought to proserve Tun niHiiiiiiiiiMiiiXiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'I -uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin----- .I
I '!: DOMES1'Jc-&Dd VD. Blunlon ,*'as reflectedrwawirer resurfaced( the (floor) and have donea << when he was helping to draw --
., I i ): ,,"( IMPORTED CERAMICS rj .' good job "f it, A* result Youth her, friendship, or enmlties'It ; i'p the charter of the United Na- INNERSPRING MATTRESS"
; which
I'1k"j :: ; FLORAL The new board of directors eon Night on Monday was held as was such a proposal : turn He and others there: insisted !- .
:; e SMITH'S & GIFT SHOPo sin of these five officers and Ho- usual with Mrs. O E. Johnson as proved \Voodrow Wilson I undoing that the charter include a statement \ .and /
t tR
t.t '1 1J. I WE WIRE FLOWERS man, llnrvey Shelton, C L. Moon! chaperons. Dance?fight> followedon when he sought Id get this country that the United Nations endorsed BOX \ SPRING'
I The
of( Nations
*V, P }J. Scotten and Mrs. Kate Tuesday with Mr and 1 Mr*. to Join League regional arrangements.Such i
"I ij p.J" based n 6 legs
J. Arced Bldg, 5th Stv Ft. ; Phone 310-J Mortensen Mrs. Morftnsen' was Oliver Smith In charge A cord !Semite toadwewet pro regional arrangement for

: GOGOG0 roc:= :::=:: OGO0 utanimouOy elected tq head the party was held last Thursday and warily on hrtfd; X of the League. the Western Hemisphere was later V Jue $5950
J i l"' .' .,...t I "; _ _:. :_ _ _ __ - - proved a succeis.. Mrs Lois Saundtnon !Covenant particularly' the ..rd"prt'ferVIII" formalized In the Reciprocal Assistance $69.50
1, ,,, !. I, 1 s a. i,rrm ::ii: I i .. #i was in charge. Treaty at Rio de Janeiro, TWIN ORDOUBlfe SIZE
I The members of the league tmlertuke -
i : Conrad spike appreciation If the United States Joins the
t" ; ,"\ DON'T FORG T' fa the'' cooperation, afforded him ( external to respect and preserve the a terriivf as- Allanbq Union, and if some nation Ft. Pierce 51 ep ShopFort
k"j fl the )year officers and against aggression invades one ot the member natimu .
I" I' i post by membens l Integrity and ousting political Pierce, Fla. 120K- 2nd St. Phone Ill
and Milled for a continued/ within! the next two years, the
united) effort, die iiKltptndence of all mem of this would have !".s+. ..... .,,
/( t i', :, L. ., HUTTO'S ij ij1 'The work hat foot beminT coming" Conrad year hen We of have the j joined league other 3? X .,American X .- HI people further, chance country to express their ........"...

'lutedrhe) of and to the issue of
$ as
proof opinion
w quality peace '
) in definse
. \\1 \ efficiency Is the continuation'of' publics have linked ourselves agreements.Ue } with i itUl'ol'OIan n 'war ,It would be up lo Con Fro a ,,1 slt.// Joe Ma sal
i / united effort to constructively! improve nations in trade and. grass to implement,the agreemontuand :
I eonclitiixu In field of a Congress will not be :
I I'J. : Ni'; !I. ON YOUR "CHRISTMAS' SHOPPING LIST tJ work in the town, every with pntience economic Union!; pnipasiil pacts. But is military this'AtLmtld and elected until 1950 1: / \
.1 and good 1 will, after the excitement Diplomatic officials say however
Cf j European It would commit us /
n 5 ELECTRIC APPLIANCES: of the first yl'ac' activity to tale In'World War that the people have aspressed'widetpresd : The( .Missus "Ducks" Outr
morally part -
: hal quieted down. I have acceptod ill if it came, Itupol8o\'S la Con- approval of -.pt 1 /
f VARE s'f thil honor and office the coming such a pact In letters and editorials.
and in the State Department
I< ; I 'USEFUL LASTING GIFTS I year<<: bunking on 'your pledge,, of gress U\ }k it. howeverf a measure << They add that public opinion deteuton < Slim Barton took fcls fan* SUM and the mirtni ret maw till
j ,j, faithfulness and cooperation dur- iu upon tafcguard the 1 A find! that the publics chief Seam< !hontlnt\ the attire if And .-content to slay Some !aitfitj together
;' : COME IN jXXw.SEE AND HEAR bog, plea! coming Yeoot commitment like this followeu concern .Is over the cost !In dollars fur In aoara ef alulsk I" aawanp ; enjoying toe snothwi
i '\ strong! and!, the effect; t n taxes. Both she'4 had noatf C.lnsjaome company over a jlasl'of beer ui...agame .
''J.. : ''q I" i, THE PHIL ,i ( Sa. by the would necessary serve to military deter major parties Included In their SlIm rewind ]*r tootUteredlr of chess
|1'JI't1IU1ahtllls. tine f,'4 tam t lilt, cot ilmjoy
platforms in the last : an of From where w.
,I s;.;, +: COMBINATION RADIOHuttojRadio an uj res.**, they say while du- campaign ._1'/' kctare, ,.
i ,. I. A GRAPE union and on the endorsement of the principle of kirn te a woman s the Mint thln -iut vi a
i ,, unpreparedness time Atlantic Union aM I InJslW that ht It MUSo sh.r those little .Ikarani Out
the Western democracies
: part[ or the missus/d Slim have w- do nor) -s flsss of bMf, Ipili'
1 ;" iniglit/ tempt a designing nation toSeta CHANGE now ef chess, sane made M.Ik
.., { & Appliance Co I a'couqutttt an understanding n/mon Wo more' lecturesfor r.dlo-sni lin,..4.Irt-Un ibis.
for lie r
If I Ueorget&fhmgtol; s advice wasround Tallahassee, Dec. 18.-General busting him. They dactfed HC' I Ie Kit It coma to the ether.

1j j 1 i;" : i i ,to iney the) problems say/ out only of omit U tune.applied mlaion of bus. rates In FlorIda Mm ....u.Jt''leeallil. j 9
will .b k considered by the
: 1 }; FIa.1 us e have twice learned that we tkey ecu agree to
I''t\ : ;'i 1 Osceola Ave Phone 302 Stuart, are \Inevitably drawn into any Florida} Hatuoad .and Public 1 disagree !like Oat, I think thatCepyfgd j jt

t fi. w M THIRSfr er NOT war, they continue, ,and now ..weam CUllUss Comm salon in public
I I I :: lli )f "it "'>>ta )tfk )f 3. :i factx* warn a new : the. worldwide threat of Com WI- ', -- -
Mn, flue consequences! of our JoUr i .

D ,I uig. ''tlw AtliuitK: Union ore freely \

5 omitted by its sponsors:

x 'i '.: I 1llIEWffiILTWY[ for JIJi I country Kircvi ot and military 1.the daugerous.it as;union expenditure much aid would! would not as gesture;mean possible.'.:strengthen be. Formation au increased if. empty There earn! its CONTINUOUS QUALITY/

would be mutual .assistance\ but
most> of( It'would inevitably come
i iI Ii'om the \United/ State.
111 i hstimutes ot the cost: to us of CoNT1\NU9S- PRICE
Your military supplies for the Western !
t i": Reflects Good Ta&e i
i I i ; nations in time lint year range from
; I .J,000,,000 to 3UOO.UUOXX) t!
Our own aimed forces, say dip'lumm
; STERLING) SILVER id sources,, should not be cer
B : : ) weaker than planned in lust years S

'I'1't International I '-# I militiry program And some experts .
i tJ. 1 I. how 'soy1)# that the 'IIS,000,. a
0\ a Itd ";:. 000,000 defense budget which the $ % 86

I : s r President is .....Id0 contemplate E
; "' S ; \Whitmg j I. would' not provide money enough -

I : sea Holmes and EdwarH* Silver 7: rl :, a"I A to which make wa possible plwr ted due last expansion.yes; .

I JL We would be committed to )jja
1847 Rogers Silve* (
< resist aggression in Europe. This
J : 'rlr duesn mean that we would pledge
A ;:, Parker' Pens and Pencils., ourselves tu go .to war, .as that
j would be uavuustinrUonai Wf
1 ''I / 3
Waltham can go to war only when Cougrcss
j I' ,J; ,! P Bulova has duclarod war.

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r' .: ,\,\ } Elgin Art Carved f -1'ROUOlY RECEIVED \."\

t.,' t'':" I t4l'" / \ "\\ INKEIPleree
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M RINGS,; : .

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: BRANDS r$ Pone 74S
'16 residents *'f Jensen
t. hi I I l ',t /;, ;' ..*.. atC I BeacX Hobe und, Stu
,, :' .j Open Nightsriii art, ar>d Jupiter who may
j / NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRICES be inter ted In the newly

"I' j" d e v e to /construction +
r. J ChristmasStarting \
;' practice tug concrete

; il"t./" Joists nd/w cast slab

f. W together r | wi Concrete
yp a Monday,; Dec. 20 blocks a/d 'alfiafflllaUd 1

fr I ,:' : ;1'::1;: Open Till 8 f.llL TRflDiWnflL sTkVQUflura ADD LOW PRICEI material *1 ghoul\ contact

+ c'ij l / our Your lopl Jbulldinir repres prXblems tative.

; ij! : t C. ( : be and including Anetal choice windows solve oiVtype\all

[ f' & E.' WALKER calling economically on ( )y ..4slI tit"" ..,." :
i7iJ '
,a ,, ,p...awl coma 1M 14tIitft.
J. Clark Johnstone .

9f OSCEOIA AVENUE STUART, FLORIDA Bottled Under Authority of The Coca-Cola A"1
r 101 Franc Apt. a Stuart PAL BEACH. COCA,,. CO LA CompanVbB. 0.M P ,.
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-;--- sidr NEws, dTUAlM f, X'ARTP.f rotnT' it ORIDA, TRt1t8DAI', AEC. 18, 1948 --. ?,CAGE TWE1'T'f-tRtt'( I Ifnt
Cjfljforestera employed!
art -
Lw. the Florida Forest I Palm City News ther of Mm Maynard Mead. iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiniiiimniiiiiimiitiiiiiiiiiiiii' iiMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinini/ : rate for a trained worker Id that Q-W111 Veterans AMtnlataa- The county fire control unit
EL t> and the O 8. Forest Sonny and Mm Van lies will remain occupation, the subsistence allowance -I
tlon pay" for the medical care of, saw Its beginnings in k local ,. ,; I
Cee trader the NorrU-Doxejr over the holidays and Sonny Veterans News Review wilt be reduced by VA my, dependents? i law passed by the 1833 Leg)*!** A
rf MEADSTRRIVE 0n will return to hit work In proportionately. However, other turs and Intended for Duval
I Ohio whore be is employed by an Joseph E. Cram, V A. Contact Officer payments) that he receives from A-No. Under existing laws, County. r',
riectrd-metalurgical company. Van : At office of H. R Xowery Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarters VA because of his disability will I only eligible veterans are entitled '

g FACE IT HAVE VISITORSFOR and,fee 'later experts to return With him 10 am 3:SO Friday 712 Comeau BldgMiMMimiMiimiiiiimiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiii not be affected. to VA medical care. 'I costs A .hunter you dollars careless. with firs) .'. .

futures insUnf .' for hit health. 1I1I11II1I11II1II1I1I11II1I1I1II11I11I/ 111I1 / liliiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiili iiiiiililililiiiiiiiiii' '
_ aat'JOF the by gllllll "I :
f Veterans traveling In foreign available to veterans In \<
and 1 In theM CHRISTMAS John Lippa who was very ill countries Inquire about ..
flint foreign areasQ ;
8, Air )here last winter was taken W the there, among the many THE NEW 'f :! :.

are' the utnre with Barren ((01110)) City Hospital 10 questions asked by former serv -Does. VA attempt to Improve i 1.1AT "
n Steady/Eraploymetit. By MRS ANNA B. DAY icemen. to these and :
days where he Replies
Per the ago Is critically ill types of prosthetic aids
kieot jtran. and I other Inquiries are obtained available to veterans? HUDSON = I< JTppoNilfBee m the WAC Mr. and Mrs Myrlin Mead and not expected to live. .;as 4
from the Administration
ifferyTreers with bright Mr. and Mm E. V. Mills nl1 Veterans AYes Veterans Administration i =
At .hildren and and published In this col-
Myrna, are conducts extensive research
S oar recruiter now I Luke Worth visited Monday! at' :: :tI
Stuart i \
aba arrived lust week to occupy their the home of the Meads. umn by The News as a projects attempting to discover IS
Mills Is: service to our veterans.
and better
home on Palmettoav! They, an untie of Mrs. Mead, devices new prosthetic ;

coca Bldg'eat were. neeompiinied: by theft| son, Mr, and Mrt. Cuv C Piper bf Q-I am a World Wsr II vet AGAIN On DISPLAY :
Palm act Merlin. S ail facts wit at detayl Hee of New Lyme.. Ohio, the C N Ifodmk cottage on Michigan ... several years Does VA hve on-the-Job training permitted
Ave. for tiN whiter. The representatives In foreign countries i to receive wages and II so,: bow = ; t
? much can he receive? i 3 -, ,"j
WIVES AND MOTHERS Of DRINKING MM/ \V liners! are former neighbors of the A--The foreign service Of the I A-A disabled veteran In on- ', ..a3f',C' '
ants and Mead
families Department of State cooperates] the-Job training may receive as M'M'a +
ALCOHOLISMjMCSMfuny Sunday caller of Mr and Mr*.; with Veterans Administration In I wages while training, but If the CHA &ON'S ., :III \", A 1:,
TmtW Wit.i On* Sol/ellsolo' s Myelin Mead were Mr. and Mrs. : the administration of certain wages plus his subsistence allowance '
WHITI CROSS trait / I Ceorge Vamer of Fort Fierce I exceeds the journeyman I'G
Write far InfomMlaa / Mr. and M.... Slim Human are ,
(210 Consist) AVMM rk 1UOI V, putt.nbrtry, Fie 3,867,000 CU. FT. IT'S B UTY
mm ted to arrive here from Ohio
today: i AVAILABLE FOR COLD ,, '
Mr?and Mrs bon> Palmer and STORAGE IN STATE RIO NURSERY .
children,do nut expect: to come I '- DRO/'lN AND LOOIcV :

south this year due to heavy dairy Refrigerated storage! p\ce In I OVvamental s .
Sped 'hrills and farm work Mrs. Palmers Florida" warehouses and meat Plants AT

ftMjther, Mrs Anna Clymer. It nailing/ plants totaled S.867,(XX) I BLU GNU ertiliserI TAtIONJI:
irx.ruling the winter with her cubic reef as t>f Oct 1. 1947 the !
<"tighter, Clesant. in Hull III. I 'research! and Industrial division of cr. 'dest 1 CHASQiYS SERVICE
DOtiVRACINGStaiWitThe M M. Baker and Fred Walton 1 the Florida. State Chamber of Commerce /I }.
enjoyed 4 two-d ty hunting trip at I stAted! yesterday In'Its weekly ." Fa.11.M I / x 1 1I :

Mans and returned Friday night. business review RIY..a aJ..alw b j 416-418 So. Federal Highway 1 Stuart, Fla. > Prone 37t
Mr and Mn Ernest Hugter oftxlumbuj I "Of the total space !,797OOO'cubic : 1 '
(ani. visited! for about i feet Are net Clas ificutKKii. I iniiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiufiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii ittiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiAHiii I I I I iiiiiiiiTi"' 1'
10 days at (lie< home/ of Mr and of net space show 748000 cubic
Mrs Ross ThAxton. They left by I del of"sharp freezer': spine, where Dollars' [ la : :;
PALIVfBEACHKENNELCLUB tar Monday for home. file temperatures art kept at :zero s MartinCounty r
Mr and Mrs. E. Haglrr and' degrees Fahrenheit or beliiw 337. Spent 1Itr I
Vir and Mn. Has Thaxton were 000 ruble feet of 'frf:(Zt'\"' "
term At Home MARTIN COUNTY and', ,
Joiner !guests!; Friday evening at with temperatures| ranging
lie E. M. llijbee home. rrro up to 29 degrees; and 1.662,- Stay Grow With
Mr and Mn A H Bunonl have (K)() cubic feet of coolrt space i BUSINESS DIRECTORY MartinCounty 's'sr ,
AAN.\i holiday guests at their home with temperatures( of 29 to SO( degtH'l. At Home

I.its sister and husband, Mr and ,

Mn Out Whltler, and her. friend "General cold storage warehouses Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring-You BusinessTrade
Mrs Ethel Riley of Virden, III which rent space to custom

10- rilling ra es10 They expect tu return home after cts operate( 1.5M.UU( ) cubic feet '
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-- '-- u )
:cttC! .(
Christmas 01( the! States cooler space I I

ightly Except Sun ) I V. V". Uorth ay In enter the Veterans Hospital InN fntezer space. Balance! of the net I Quinn' itore I f'- .M
<1hl'hll for treatment of injuries totals are operated by firms for CAMP i !

POST' TIME '8lip.m.Quinielas : received while in the Coast Guard their own distnlmton.use as producer processors I floor t Sanding FOR RENT : Q 1TY MEATS R ONLY 7

luring (the war.Mr. > or Significantly Cottages and Boats
Every: Race\ ** ( and Mrs. Felix: Fine and concerns (If these types operate Finis "' 3Fai I Xand GROCERIES
Id and d 76 cent of l the "sharp freezer: ng oWHOr.F3ALa I
star. Dot (lighter An ge- per Shopping DaysPho.e
Daily Double 1st and 2nd Rkces line and husband of Wen Palm space .Ys. a Jensen Beach d
owned and 339-J po* 604 Bait For Sal
1 teach: visited Sunday at the J. E. "Rifrigerated! space
I Lower home. operated l by hotels and restaurantsfor 1 i I JENSEN CH .1.... Hunt PHUT f.. S.U. i Till Christmas "

No minors admitted Mn, Unity Crew and Mrs S. their own use, by the armed STUART' I l.A. AT COUJUT BS./DC* i I PHONE 9131-J to

E Lane and children spent Frtuy forces and space owned and usedby' J-. J '- n' -- .-_____ ___ C t( !Itt
(! in Fort Pierce, dutrilmton for! !period of less "
World's Fastest Greyhounds of than TO days fr not jntlklod In --- - -- "
:!lira Andrew Pittman Stuart .... ;
trail father, Mr Armstrong<< of near thin'repert.* Dock r CONCRETE
Atlanta! were Sunday guests at,the 1- Foundations, Floors, 'I'

lower home. Driveways Sidewalks, I ,
Mrs Lee Merandu of Taft, Uncle Billy '''' ;
Waterfront 5eawHouses J i se' Blocks, Brld.11: I
Properties Calif.. arrived unexpectedly Sunday '
Tile Tankk
at the Petty home to visit her Bo.l, (&.......IIe. .n>klbll, .. I, Jli. Aulkw, Cirl.. F WUIbM). Septic In Fact J I
Along the Indian and 81 Lucie \
i ciKislii. Mr Emma Petty, and All T pea Of )Marine In 1 i ionatruc
Ocean From*** connected I Everything ConcreteDUNTILE
diughten: llir snn. on

with an air line in M iart flew xInsurance Iva T ylor
ou biikinen to Culitorhia and! his I'm just a common sort of
ar" mother" accompanied him East I P p. Boa 74 1 man-'bout average, 1 would I.\L. DECKED I
it Ins p 04 Box 931 l T iyone/ 7!W
where she visited at i home In t I ] O# say-you'll find a million, ,- .- _
Miami before arriving Iiere She '
same as me, around moatany
a'tvee Z. expects to return home in a few _
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r nn Mr. and Mrs. W S. Burdick 1 Or ,HOW HE ACTS) much
.. ; expect to leave Monday to spend PERSONA// I We Way o LESS by HOW HE TALKS Jense ll We.

the holidays hi Maywond( N J J.. Matter:] a1 A oto S -I HEED his DEEDS, and
with, their daughters and families CHARACTER, and not how I '.
1 1 Assures If.P AtTIIOKI D DEA ta FORFORD
., Mrs Charles Evans spent theM TRY THE THEY
.s.4 n errs urn v. 5 week end in Okeechobe\ ervatiojlV0 1ut 1-- A crook, oftimes, has stylish
at the home of her daughter and I ,IND ssfcvictWREDCK I A.y dress and manners of a ARE M ',THAN :;

husband Mr. and Mrs. David Wai ( SALES D firm, SAINT but what he'll do to APT TO VE IT, ;
R BuJlt. gain a DIME an artist could-
dronMn st R SERVICE r n't pamtf He'II lie and steal ,I
J, D. Barton of Stuart and REPMRS:
anus, Richard and Donald, spent s I BODV\ / or Kill, perhaps, to get a !ene.1
PHONE 9142
', thousand buck-'h"World,
Dec: Wet the home of Mr. and f _
Mrs John Leighton!! ---- ] -- e by far, would better be :with.I ,

Mr. ami Mrs. John Leighton ED PRE I ; I
and chlllren and his brother, .

Charles, Saturday, In Fprt L RP. I \
spent 1 I CITIZEN who stoops to nothin' low! Th' point I make se MRRtsj w
Fierce O. ads is this, friend TAKE TIME IN JUDGIN' GUYSI Put GLAMOROUS
Miss Marie T Phelan of Oil.cigo ONLM19Shopping my ] wu
been Phois 19 far more STRESS ON CHARACTER than HOW THEY Ng"'m'lar
,.who has for some time roaLIFELUS Dh l.
O a guest of Mrs. Lucy Van'Frank
k ft foe her home Monday mitt
The Pulm City Woman's Club ] Days .
met Joday for its Christmas party Little i

1 It met II week early because OfChrl.tmlllo Christmas -

.Till 1 Beauty Shop
Church Ladies j'
The Palm City fie S. AKIION AVC. fHONI se
Aid for a covereddi .

h lung and a day of sewing -- .--- ---
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:Mrs." L. J. Murphy is remaining StuaH Keep t In Touch Electric COMPLETE and :: .
: Refrigeration

leiThroughout fur. tame time near the EustreHos-
Listings and Unimproved .
Improved Martin County Propel pttu! where she Is attending her AutoCkmp/ with SERVICE/ ONLY 7 -
nether, Mrs Sabra! Crow who fell I lo Job Too Lares) Or

desistsI IJUNCOES. will broke" a hip: Her sister, Mrs. Modera/Cottsfge/ Martin County Too Small/ ,;;

wafl'i feinl ]BlVer-to-IU properties George Watson Is also,remaining [QBE SOUNDELECTRIC .-..
sad there, V And Trailer,' C tart Subscribe to The News CO. Shopping Days
Ocean-to-eWei Estates UUt' RENTAL II jfoffi'wte 1 '
Jupiter Island .
: \ 'H Got New ALL OMVINIENCUBLAIR ,1 year ......._---.$3 )ay- Phone- Christmas
The balsa wood found In lie Phone
B. ARBOGAST Ecuador If considered Inexhaustible Life! and BAK R 2 years ___..:$5 HobASoslnd 3271 ;.'
'tnearaee e betauM It replenishes Itelt We'll I give\ your woi OH Dtofe HfWM' par rise Stu\if 347-J _J .
state WATnntONt nor[ 'l1U .In lout to fin yens) faUru d tires "S8CO d
wInd' that'll make 'em

ride}luce brand.newBnnitq Jones'Well Drilling

ylur old tre, bares F R4, NKHALE JOB Plumbic Heating Now Low Price.'Sh ;

eat. Palm Beach Directory toda We'H renew 'em in ROOFING sal w, wa

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q In West Palm Beach These Firms Reasonable Price AND N* s.b T I w ;-.e '

OMorncuMi TH O R N, E a ;Stuart RecapService Roof Repairing NEWS STUART?PLUMB! G wo GoFor r you
,., MOORS ROOFING CO.oorowaHEir Stt So. Colorado Are. A METAL WOIiot4 C J ES

12 Chaton's Service Station Phone .141 and Foil Fast Service
Closed, fit.
s MSTTAI. Mesaaf LeaYPHONE 300'PHONESs :.. sa w ., am tea
so. ria HIGHWAY u,a, i f r ne ought as-M .ps ,
HBATWaWITILATmOWATaapRoerma WriW f. 0. IIIStuart. Rw. n..tao
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MaPlrU i.. Carts. K.; m'.a.. 't...., f, .
t PUBUC HEARINGS 23 to 40 per cent below regularoneay A 1. tterwker M CkirIM *. A.- d. ..... -, N M It r.ttj:: :;

ON BUS RATESTaflahaueeOeneral !area* FISHING IS$1,000,600 PAID I Week's LegalInetrUB1ents M. H. Mlltonl--. *. D. memo. ....-......... .
i { MORTGACCF0R ... ... row..... .
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Lewis W. Pettewty executive (1.... R .. M a. 'a. .LtY... :0.V"
I j.,vision Yed-al 80......and Lana\ A.wNIIRIatard
director of the commission said L =::: era
of!? bus rate In Florida will be FAMOUS TO 46 COUNTIES A. Olla .1 .a .te et...... M..l. :: b.dy.w
i woulirange THE Yn.M : -
I the Increase sought a.na a1n.rLA Sd4.w I RDiesel. .:
j) I considered by the Florida, Rail. from 185 to 8 cents per W A. ,...WAMANTY,* M M. !I. ....... ewe.'Twin. 11.aster: ,.laAlEM. Ir.a. wauw. k AFFIDAVIT
i iIf toad and Public Utilities Cam- St. Lucie .. ___... h'
I mile on short ;hauls, with a Region ;; FROM GAS TAX Cn.w.U. M Far't. .nlrr 1'. Lean .. as 5. 0..*" Iou l.I,.SINTAL W. etw Dlvlnw. 1.i's N.d .Ots'"
FACE n mission .la public hearings here i J 6. Unit i," et .. .. Nek-H A. w.wr.QUrrcLArAuAMtrld .. a.rl.l.a Co.i.w II o-a.y
1 If gradual decrease for longer TIM TRua STOKTSMAM H X CI'A+DIAN ('* MAitm, U.8Ot'r"CIl 01//_. r. n. Tlla./ .. i.N4e. c.n.. LIEN
,today i C.; aghllanet.na .. Twtor OK
Ifr hauls ---- ia.n e\oIore\ .. v_..
y Bu companies have asked tor By ERNEST LYONS 0.....
CUD j r : The hearing will be held In Tallahassee (API) nori- ---- ---

ATV revision because, they.,., thee the, supreme court building An No matter what you're They promptly began catching da counties this yew for the first

d' ;1A 1 have had no general increase In other hearing'' for the bus Industry t..ld.. ) Florida's best sailFuhlng is I!sails on tin squids, 000 time from received State more gasoline than taxes$1000-to

: 11' their rates since 1942, and that I on rule ot. operation to be found. oft St.' Lucie Inlet t. near I remember one time with Capt spend as they pieaa on local
span ,adopted! by the commission ha
Palmwithi i. !I since then most of their'' costs until the Stuart. Ear! Dare-he had four of.us JUt roads CHRISTMAS
been postponed conclusion
t tfaclHi 1' ; have gone up at least fifty per ( of the telephone jiear So said! Ray Trullwger in his and we had fmv line astern two Forty-six of the si 1 counties
I tent. Borne line wish also to, got cash refunds a* their 30-per
j logs now .In "Honks and Bullet column: in born
'" ) progress outriggers. Everything start cent share of .urplu.se.left after
t Deduce the amount", of their minimum
ibiy '- -h fares from 25 to 19 cents, the New 'lark World Telegram id out quietly, there wasn't a sail paying oft boomtlme road debt. HI It tOVf TH/S *>tlT; ""ICl
LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville maturities out of their State esr w
; ,IJ and to provide commutation ; Dec. 1, as relayed to us by Bob in sight on the sea, so just for the gasoline tax credits. ,,,

: 6 books- which will provide fare. on 12 reporting, Dec Florida 14 livestock-Sales\ Munroe. now public: relations,director 'heck of It Dare dropped a linebock The State Road Department. *** /
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: Markets this week moved 3J28 for (lie Moran Towing Com- from Ins posit too iopnide retained the other (0 per cent.

I :: FOOT SPECIALIST cattle and 5.843 hogs from producers pony' New York/ who was among; Then it happened We actually! Of surpluses total of $4118-State Perter-Cabl,
891-tor expenditure on
i: rhlropodbtF toward the ultimate con the very first to tell the work hid, five sailfish on at once and roads In counties to which It was I CUIID+ SANDEIvrt

\\ii.' 1 w .< rim. d umer, for a gross cash revenue alxxit( it when he was fishing editor landed three.. credited.

3' 4 fe' b a. a roRtER caw., rara totaling $$251199, cub; figure of the Miami Daily News. Bob And another time when they The counties' 20 per cent. portion I P.rter-CobV .
1, II .art on three markets being unavailable started the ball rolling giving Stu of $1035,832 compare with

f 1 1I / arts sailfuhine i headline publicity were everywhere we stopped- the *822,59 they received last ,year I

1i miiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiumirrHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiMii down Miami way, which at that! boat and.Jigged for them, dropping Chairman Elgin Bayless' ot the DISC

time was like praising California the bait back IS or 20 feet,,shalt' BRD reported r' 6HINBERIT

I ft I The New Fil-0-Matlc Nozzles ] oranges The sails at Orlando.there Ing it-ami watching an underwater meeting or the road entire debt surplus payment sifter.

are out again we purple shadow come rushin Duval County got the biggest
1 Y understand, and along with them slice f 484,900. Dade got 1447.
t tI' r = Installed On All Our In to seize it, -
Are Pump | *
just before the recent blow were 820, Palm Beach $363,982., Escam-
s For = a large number of over-sized barra Stuart has the saiUUilng/ ; and bla 280,815. SANDS I

I = Safety Economy Convenience: = cud.. Top-notch saiUuhing can: by now )jit t'l pretty well known that Close behind the large counties DRIUSI NeMlVSAW -*- ?
A we have-but we've missed i the II little ,Baker with (206838
be about Christ were '
expected on or
mas. That's the 'week when the boat front a sporting standpoint. and Collier with $206110.Their 5 It 10 / -r
i Clintone Spray Wax Gylf Product | hen al- Ue must organize within the Stuart shares were big because they R"'S a lilt that makes ear la ore cline at all tht OuiU ulwort
I big run usually begins w I have little or. no bonded debt to, tou.h-ppur... tbs what year"round You know *. Asn.TMr4S' dovn used,! jam ,
Sailfish Club
I | STUART SERVICE STATION f though Stuart sulS! hing is consistently a purely.amateur meet before a surplus declared.St. And tin tatirt Vainly can UM it.Th Neal for a p Wc! 1fltheFwterCatJIOirilJfawlseft] 5.4 a-uhn fumilur,tod woodmt,,,
I productive.When roup which fishes according to Lucie county's refund was Farur-Cabl Disc Onadse Iras doori thai nick
MaT TYLfcK OPEN SAT W C REIN = tackle otiahMour furahurt, 1 line- etlviDeesi th. I '
I "'IT" we talk tailfishing\ we always specifications and take our $21m.31. ear, Plot and v-rnlih .uTS
Mum, brtM, et.,. B. a opeciaJ
ITllllllllllllllllllimillUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli!! !! ilUIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlir go' back to the phenomenal i'lace as a member club: in the far These 21 counties received chuck for acct k.like dnIU and tlftane' 'hWmttoo'A

h r'JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiluiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiii iuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii runs which occur off this port I hung International Cam and nothing because It took all their _..t aria It tries net-.s; ,.
C = \ hen the sails school FUh Association, credits to pay off maturing road Mooa, 11 1tM Scorn tilt bev.L m d!'. Bl.dtfab..rd '
| HouseNpf Clipper Cra.ft Olh | and v actually Indians up. There Are plenty of amateur construction bonds: drill hole la wood and metal.. r.in.,fat cuts raining from aV
are playing cowboy'and
.Charlotte Tlw Motor oa UM Porter\ GWs Fi toll/'deep.Doadedaiat' '
Alachua Bradford .rr.
of sportsmen{ around here who shah] Dim Qnader Ie i twice .. The Porttr-Csbli OuiU W
with bulls bait minnows.Thick powerfulas an fuat, welts only
.K .} support this enterprise. Lees pro- I, tardee, Hernando HlUsborough, saoM.......i-.Its .*due to 11rer.i a 6 i Ibe HM troovini awtol cnp. trigfer vihs only ( Ibs. Requra H*|
Indian River, Lake. Levy Man- ..
: Splndla\ .bu a klih-lo dbewini OT practm. Abra.Iv.baits m k
twitch* .
1q I know no one will believe t this, mote f fishing, but at the same time I a tee, Marlon, Martin, Orange .to take wcanag thrust of I teth (any leaded z.s.hendopseauoa ( *crest hi JUM a fr> rcrolt If,
I I but the sailfish were actually so do some real salt water sport fidf Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, arlWy UAool any man cu nag Ml*kht >
in St. Seminole .wwea/d beans,u hu bone*-,'
hick: off Stuart once that a man Ing a competitive way. Johns Sarasota, M.NA11 I ihiS
eewlwolAwl b.
panted Jewett caught two at once and Union. $59
CHURCHES OF CHAIST SCIENTIST Estimates for next year lndl 1
without hooking either a $49
Jewett cats that only two. of those 21
n THE UNIVE' SrnruiniNO 44
friend of Fred Fletchers, was fishIng MAN,.EVOLVES. BT ATOMIC rOMCBrI counties will have any surplus |
q with Captain Toley from the I I. ... wheat uf \Lm-9rmi\ next will have
t In = OPPOSITE sT LUOf COUNTY BANK kick win k. rod ta Ck-rekM W cam year Bradford
Mist Florida when the tail of ....... .... ...
i 109 So. Second Street \ Fort Pierce one Bctamltel. w-rU Ml S about $43000, Indian River.
I, 5 4r, l The Ide /Christmas Gift Miracle Set table
r'', VliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiri_. suilfuh somehow became tangledin TM 00.1.;. :; Teat tet"''' i..4 a. about $31,000.Martin and
,I i ik' ,, -- -- "- ---" ---- -- his line and the line became ; t,.e.ws:. th.wl. Is 1Ma..n.; ; rod will'receive no surplus Seats *- it like a suitcase and set it .
carry open
7 I m nytl *"** "" ""'' until 1969.PERMITS. up
j iII t y whted around the body and fins ...... in minute ideal for beach kiddie parties
Ik. clullM .kick Mmr-lM a parties
\ s Pence ConstructionPhone CA of a second sag 'While lewett tII. Leo e.-e _.. Ie tho ,........ ,
j e meted! in the two foul-caught fisha fro. tk ally' I "li llw ,,","..1.* VM REQUIRED and cnics $24.95
U. a-s. 4 q. sews' wu wltk u.d.std .
f !. I' ) 193 third was tapping at the bait! -tlM W r4 wu C*. All. Ikliin Tallahassee, Dec It Young
nana x-4* kr klm .d wIlkMt kta people, under 18 planning to work
Opt Curtis Whiticar tells of ,an ... *
Mt Uim Ikw
car eiaoi y
}, ,:: D-7 Bulldozer with Blade Rake angl..t reeling one which had been (Jnhnil I)I. wui > during the Christmas holidays
or TIM 1ANe.__ .... 1..1.... ....
who do not have work
,. .... ,.... ... permits
hitch thrown .
half r.II.meM. :
caught bv C.ri.M.
'1\ Also Vz-Yard Dragline ....., en.thr.h. -.. .std Y..hh' are reminded by, Carl B. Smith! C SA LUMBER CO.Phone
around its tail by the Ilnne'Capt : wltlo K., !. tk S>rlpliirM." kr ...., chairman of the Florida Indus
I Sea U* For volunteered R.k.r l EddrlXmiter. SrMt! Hlli l bl.tolllmra ,
Ray Yang
that should
I tlw .....Un. tlilmr' 1 r-.. trial Commission, thy .
Clearing Grading: Ditching the Information that he had a par- ,.ctpto. of .11 U.I to nm tW l rode| .If. obtain these permits before they
1.1 I.UM Ul./ Tralk.. ..d Lmjwklck .....
\ Etc. ty out which got tired of catchingsails to Inern5 and *<*rfal,t*. mrmii It. begin employment. These per
Diking, so he took the strip bait i.W MltM u4. ..II. .Uck k... M r.y. mit may be obtained from the 66
MM.i 0.4. k. .4. .11
I ff and mackerel ... tKili. ad .. tha..and., .. County Superintendent ot Public *
on squids en><* MM w
:' put mt ..... -... ..i Jjl....,.* (imt".\. Instruction. i ,! )a :a ,. "a >>a>> )i)()'
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I I t 'H !! A small deposit w hold 4& I f falery

any item in our cloy 'till I

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lp Fraternal Rings ; ,
I Sheers 1.65'
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A Complete Selection Watches

c The Ideal and Lasting Diamond Crosses make amlesa Sheers 1.65i

i l; Gift n'ai r ChainsLockets ,

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Ladles Ring 0 ; 4 1 I Iray. t
2y Il Billfolds t
I CUr! Lighten'
i Clock Trajr +
= Vegetable Dishes
I Folds Vanity Casesk

Many Site and Style. Clgaratte OasesStnart

I? 4' _- A Gift He Will AppreciateGleaming : akh: .Bands

I 5M r t Silver to |ire the Dinner y Jewelry

Table its utmost appeal at ChrUtma Mil .wd.. 110..ee Ir

s, time A lasting gift of quality. Table CAI te Boss
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Gift Headquarter BabyCemb Ie n o Tailored and

h DrcMer ;Sets YOU ARE WELCOME .( Nesters R.a cl:c: sets) f4 Q. ldOba L I Dressy Style

Moderu'teiign and Style Lei U* Help To Make This The 95 to 10-95

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New Catholic Rectory Is Completed Here'

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Please Note-Due to lack of sufficient time and pacej'
Our Fine Comm /Pty! we were unable to contact all those desiring to take I

e'.y in this Rectory Dedication Section. pa'l\'
thank them enough 'for their I here he had a double parts( /',;'
kind deeds and words toward St. Margaret's In Clewlston ;' ;
mngratulhtions me. All the church's progress St. Mary's In Pahokee. Upof1'! ; '
1 LI due to them, not to me." I his arrival Stuart he was wet s
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Stuart Is P juuu 01 this Progressive Best fishesTo
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ccomplishment.Congratulations. Catholic Church Is shown at left It faces south were completed this hi the church march al t
Joseph 4u vou pi"-':"' "
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on East 4th St. At right rear it the new St. Jcueph's Rectory Both .. '<< >".'"
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Completion/* the NtV Rectory.
at the 'Rectoryn with cathedral-type .
housewarming I room ceiling ;
HOUSEWARMING \ | the pelican Hotel's patio Is and a flrrpfara, a dining room Geary
We Furni ed Floor
scheduled Sunday from 1-5 p.m. an all-clectrlc tile kitchen furnished -
and until midnight. A silver tea in the most modern manner Came to City'
. "I" hat been 'planned for theai'hours a tiled master bathroom, a .
.. and on the patio In the reception room and an office. In 4 Years AgoThe I *
poteworth evening an orchestra will furnish -) addition servant quarter Include r
A to
r addition music for dancing and special .
: a bedroom and bath.A .1
Stuart'i building progress It the entertainment from Fort ; '
: large front porch fronts the Bet. Timothy J Ocary 6l
new St Joseph' Catholic"Rec-i Pierce been secured. Christians GRIFFINECKER
tory completed on Oweola Ave. or:1 faiths are Invited I for structure)and a terrace opens'off pastor of :; Joseph's Catholic I
by contractors Harry Robertson the occasion, rather Geary said..; the office 04 the east side All,: Church, to Stuart four
toFATHER and Ben*Hodapp NOT. 30 and The new rectory built at a.'' looms are carpeted except the years ano Nov. 20 and after all II Floor Coverings +
"" now being prepared lor occupancy cost of about $25,000, Is of concrete servant quarters which are floor- hit travels he feels "the peopleIn
\ next Monday by the Rev block and stucco 70 by 60 ed with asphalt tile. New fur- my parish here and In Stuart'and
t, Timothy J. Deary, pastor of the ft. and has eight rooms. These niture Is being put In this week. this county are the finest j 0,8.. Fort, Pier FU..
GEARY church. include a master bedroom & Thework began on the building, and have done moNo forme than
vll..i.. ..'' .."."" .,. \, .,, ,'**&....In--------r--celebration of'this event a guest bedroom, a large'living r;"Aug. 15. any I've ever known. I cannot''

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Church' : A Tribute 'toFATHER

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Compliments ,

Are /IxtAded by'Us To I Another milcstoric: of accomplishment in the
CAJ.WSTANCE ttjany pn>Kressiveioys! which are making r
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\ Father Geary HISTORY TOLD ; Stuart Catholic begins! church'before World history' Watt in t

net when missionaries visited here
and allWho helped to build and ro plate once a month at If.M: am. on a
M SCHOOL Sundays This area was included
CUD thXNew Church and Rectory in the New Smyrna to Miami
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AT r district and a different missionary -
A d" CONVENT DUE visited each tint.
', ,- --Y---T At length the former church
span building was constructed in 1SU
r Palm ;if \ and ,for about a decade one mass i
Wltht/f t Church Begun by Mission* was scheduled each Sunday under -
facillKU 1 1slbly ,u Congratulations aries, Serve Large the guidance of the Rev
AreaCompletion Michael Beerhaltor of Fort
t r Pierce The Rev Joseph Fahy
"WeJ 1 the, of two new bandings n. transferred here in-1(34 for
and shaping 01 plan for an eight-year stay and he was
two more all within the courseof succeeded! by the Rev
Commune i /'in "Extending until n I
1(48 make St. Joseph's Catholic O'Sulllvan for two yean
.' Church one of the moat progressive Father Oeary came here from
Best Wishes ForiYoAccomplishment'\ center of worship In Clewlston and Pahokte' where he
the city. had a twin parish. i
3' The new church building Masses now are held dally on l
I which replaced the old one at 180 : weekdays at I am. and five are I
Cleveland Ave was dedicated held on Sundays. Three ef L
f last Feb 10 and a housewarmIng :i, these at ft, S and 11 am. are in r"v
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,J il i ''f Ave. Sunday will mark officially\ I are held on Jupiter Island.
l where the old church accommo-
the completion l of that structure ,1
Marvin H. Rowell The Rev T. 1. Geary, pastor ot dated to, the new can hold
St. Joseph's for four years announced about 600, Father Geary said
Tuesday that plan1 are and it has had between 700/ and
/ Owner-Manager\ under way now for an additionto 800 communicants this year rr
the county's school system Two items were introduced to p
with erection of a Catholic the church by Father Geary, ?
1'l l Rowell school east of the church on'' One Is Sunday Bohool! held regularly
; Furniture CompanyCongratulations East 4th St Supplementing' this at 10 am. The other Is
ii; r will be a convent for catholic' summer camping trips with 15 .

'frid Sisters who would teach in the i young people being to sent for three two tilts H (the new St. Joseph's Catholic Rectory built by HocUpp by the Rev. T J. Ceuy Monday following its official hmmrwarmint
weeks this year camp ) <<
-- school _mod Robrrtioa-contractors of Palm. City, and which will be occupied Sunday afternoon and night CntwtnM.. *
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miles from Inverness; In Central or at this time. Father Oeary SHUTTERS INSTALLED new Catholic pariah'hoUlt, Ind
1 Congratulation) Florid The Sunday School Includes said in having within its parish BY A. A. HENDRV, JR. also gas-equipped \the new buiu.
I ..... : \ classes for beginners/ the presence at their winter residences
+ bog for heating and
elementary and high school and of two of the four Cardinals cooking
\ I A. A, Hendry Jr., Martin
r A From are taught by Dominican Sisters who are V. 8. citizens They Hendry,,Jensen resident way
p \ from Fort Pierce are Samuel A. Cardinal Strlt hot count/ representative 'for Clear was former road superintendent
'i \ I I The property on which! the Chicago who live on the I View outside Venetian blind' and i,for Martin county, reports bud-
on this new construction furtherinlr the FORT PIERCE TILE & Church and rectory are located!Island and Edward Cardinal for Vapo Gas, Installed the. attractive ness brisk in his new enterpriseAmong
t and on which the other propos Mooney of Detroit who Is residing : 5-nd'ehutten on the .
f CONSTRUCTION CO: In I ed buildings would be situated J' In Port Sewall. The Stuart recent Clear View Inflations
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; t growth and development of Swart. Is debt free most of It being donated pastors sis assistant are living I City and County Commission, 1s the Herbert Bran!
I with the two FatherGeary's home and he recently contracted
to the churcb by Mr and Cardinals.
vTheodore Phone Fort Pierce 187'to I Mrs L C. Ritchie, formerly of I parish is headed by Auxiliary I to City Manager U B. Eurit and to Install butane gas for UK
\ : I Port Bewail and! now of Spring Bishop Thomas J. Me- to "our most genial and cordial Presbyterian church and Vipo
,* I Lake. K. J. Beautlflcatlona in r!I Donough of 8t. Augustine who I city and county peace officer* Ou for the Baptist church here;
the church were donated by 11& the principal Catholic figure -----
Mrs Helen Osborn also of Port Florida. Bishop McDonough
Bewail so the church's only cur dedicated the new church last
rent debt U the new rectory, I February, Congratulations

Dehon &/Son ngratulation father The church Geary serves explained a large area In telling and history the church'Father Geary progress u'te, ther Geary and St. Josens

extending southward to the limits said It would be impossible to Chuith\on; completion of the ew
) of West Palm Beach, westward personally mention and thank
Real Estate and suran
northward nearly to Fort Pierce.' nated to further the church do-I who onijt it
During the winter season Father that he wu extremely
Phone 81Congratulations \ / Geary Is assisted by sic priest to all. In particular he I
: and a full-time assistant will his thanks for assistance to attorneys PALM "CITY E
loin him upon, realization of the Evan Crary. M. Q. Uthman .
; : \ i het / school T. T. Oughterson Barry FRED JOSS Props
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'' ;,Joteph's Ladies' SOC FATHER GEARY ..stNCE 24 building tin County! and Red the Croat chapter,I crete work, Hodapp said j Murphy during World War' II, till at home Robertson Is an* i
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Y' Pen Hodapp and Harry Robertson Hodapp wu employed by the...He...--...la....-married-- and haa tlghj,married) u
Continued/ (from prig 9)) of Palm City, general
wishes to contracting partner here since
congratulate corned first
lit the Pelican Hotel, 1924, had charge of construction
and later lived at the Stuart of the new 8t Joseph Catholic
Father Geary Villa and then with Mr and Rectory on Qsceola Are
Mr Don Outcalt at IS West 4th; Hodapp came here from Cincinnati -

\ on his accomplishment St, Next Monday he will mow and with Robertson haa Congratulations '
averaged about job
live a yearto .
\ Into he new rectory recently the present time, he reported :
Completed on Osceola Ave. Their first Job wa construction ".
Father Geary wu torn In of the old stucco gateway on :, a, ,I
X Cork, Ireland, May It, 1905 He Road AlA about hallway between '
wu graduated from the Trappist Rio and Jensen Beach. \ From ;i
college of Mt. St Joseph Today they have under construction "
y. at Roscrea and from St. Johns residence for Mr. and Mrs
College in Watertord He came, Fred Joss In Palm City and Mrs
been In Florida ever since, traveling -, CASA
and administering In aU, -, LuMBER'CA.)
part of the State "I am proudto LADIES SOCIETYIS .
be American," *
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r Geary J well-known clergyman who -
peak six language In additionto \
An Important working organ-
English These Include Latin,
for your accomplishment on dedication ; Itatlon within St. Joseph Catholic '
Greek Italian French, Gaelic w
\ Furnished'i
and Hebrew i Church Is the Ladles Society i
headed by Miss Edith Kennedy
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Other officers are Mrs Otto Ku-
Hole Sound'News bin, vice-president; Mrs Catherine ""t I
Walsh treasurer, and Mona ,
)D. Wallace, secretary '".": "I 'All' I
SCHOOfPLAY The aoclety, which was formed < :.\i Building Material! '
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tY '1' T L 'R WILL BE GIVENTOMORROW drives been Instrumental, baa held 'many many/soola fund ;" For the NewOSEPH'S ', r. '
functions cares for tM altar "',.. '
and linens and la responsible forcleaning :

Stuart Ser ice tatlon.r 7:30: the church.

AI jIt's EIJ4 ami]Ucy Mae Crlf- ST. RECTORY
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P.TAL;::; West Palm Edith Saturday, .'
The veiling at the school to plan its -Mr. and Mrs, Body liftman ; ;
arl.tma. pou1y Mrs.f;d Qurgftt have sold, theIr business on U, S.'
I mid moved with' their twt rfiil' \
elf( Stuart gave lie devotional I
i darn Aiiiutte and Ilmfy, to: Mi! ,
Mr* H L. }Jackson' told the Christmas
Best WishesTo story with her flinnel! Theechad ami. \ .. :' ,''' .
wilt present ill Christmas Andrew Lector.returned yestervday
froTti atHWiims trip to Ml:imlJw .
I play' "No R XHTI at the Inn'al thsthool
tonnirrow at 7:30: p.m. The Wood left Sniulay' for Gtor-
('lay will lie: under! the direction, gm: due to the illness of a relative '
(IK're. Best Wishes Fa er.Geqry', ,
Father Gearyand oi Christmas Mr I Dorothy English chor.il!( principal numbers Mr. end Mrs Russell! Mljuuigk!! to
Palm Booth, visited "had '
West sad
under tins direction of Miss \ I
Inh priiKlpiil Christmas choral Sunday dinner with Mr. and; hire.'',

: St,..Joseph's nnmliera under the direction ofSywna Arthur Broclriclc/ "
I Totten, t timelier, Will Mrs. Put Powell! lull returned to and the CongregationCASA .
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.', On Completion of The k: sung by the angel\ choir Santa Ongl! \ :
Arthur and ,
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New Rectory P. arle, and Mra. Amyl Brmhkk :
Mowing the program!! The TA ., ,
\! have f the decorationsaid were visitors in,West Palm' Roach, .
i fill charge<> ,G' I. .
Will furnish fruit and nuts: 4hlrdllr. 0
The regtiUr t' wwtly dance held / .
The Kobe Sound Lumber coin'penv j
r has muted candy All are Thursday evening at,the commute: '
GEORGE KEITH cordially itrvlted.Mass ity rj"11. Tilt n.{girl (ntjwitraplayed "
Everylxidy .is 1 urged to
Paul Mahan hat returned
fl1lm Visiting'with relatives ii) attend and help Jeep these dances.
tin County' Cleaners L.UrBERS2:6
Georgia. The two nurseries of the FlorIda :
Mr and 'Mrs. W I '" "
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have arrived for the winter year i planting season 1 I

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We, add our heMty, congtatulalio4nsOn "
4'i' ; The Congregation pf St. Joseph's: '
SHERIFF G. M. HANCOCK The ollrath Family '
r. ,., nti Completion of the
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: the beautiful Rectory
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I .>jj'; I i"i Congratulations, : Johns FuneralHome Father Geary a'nd'Ail. : :)NEW RECTORY ;

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These Improvements Represent I ;, I Sincere! Congratulations to

K Real Spiritual Progress.. .. ,FATHER; ( : C'EA'RY" .,) AN i,ASSET A1\A CREDIT ** '.

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There's.A Hoi of Sadler-Matthews Wedding MAKRIEOJVT METHODIST CHURCH I iiiiiHiiimimiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimi I I I I I I I I I I I l I 1 I

'- Mr.and Mr.J.D.Cor1 of Webb COMMERCI L PHOTOG f'HY '
":" Stuart a candlelight ceremony Mr*. Matthew. mother'of the City, Mo, will arrive next week
solemnized MethodUt Friday evening at the I bride wore a two-tone gray to spend the holiday with Mr. Real Estate Photograp .

| T'1tfdaynlv[ Matthew Church daughter Edith of Florence Mr.- crepe dress with black aCC llOr- and Mrs. Edwin A. Mennlnger A.Uradin Photos jf Your Fishing Par and Cats i.
and Mr*. Samuel Albert Matthews [les tion and. a corsage of red carna- and their son, W. T Corl, at the

of 81J south, Akron Ave. Mr* Mennlnger home In St; Lulce Eetatei : PORtRAITS A}ID AERIAL PHOT GRAPHY
became the Murry C Tlllman
bride of John Ed- .
Corl 1
ward Sadler Jr? ion of Mr, and played. "Clair Mri John E. Sadler of St Au Mr* Edna CouUnt t

gustine Vase, formerly of of Fort Pierce. music rendered including a program\ the Lt. and Mr-5-. Harold Splcer I _-( /__
Asparagu Fern with gladioli and' wedding marches, and nUPtlal'l and ton, Skipper. of Albuquerque IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII #
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Pheonlx Robelent out the ceremony played N M.. arrived last Thursday -
the decoration on palm the formed church: "to A. Wud Rose" to spend a week here with BILL FREE -
altar Lighted white 1 Hunter vocal soloist. of West | his parents, Mr. and Mr*. R O
taper In Palm Beach, land "Ich Spicer, In St. Lucie
soft graduated candelabra cast Dlch" by Oriel, "Through e ri Doikf Business/A* i3, '
over the
the Rev William setting 'I Y are" by Vouman and Russell 8. RuddA/B3 son of Sales and
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formed the double O Holy Spirit by Mr and Mrs.8 O Rudd, was re.
TeeeeGe..ruert at T ceremony ,, Following the eently promoted to 3rd class petty i Moisture
Cluv p m. ', small officer and 1 II stationed "Where and When You Want It" at' i,
reception wan held on S IRRIGATION rufcrS., .
who wa given In the =
home of the bride parents Arrangement carrier Moxer on the Pacific\
marriage by her father wore a I Coast WI MANUF, Tuea
tint. os McDoak h gown of''angel white/ net fashioned white daisies* of and,white Asparagus gladioli,I -'. 5 Free Sprinkle Portable Irrigation Systems =: '

teo'Y' u'rs Coiug On with an enlongated bodice Fern were used to decorate The I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ulmer had I ess-w roar riract 'i iZ aola ocaNGs AYa. B
Vacation" featuring a shoulder ruffle and bride table was. decorated and I as their week-end guest Mr*. Orr"lu rk. P.*. IJshe enSuuw. -,
(l"HaAnet Racing" three-tiered hoop skirt terminating -i centered with a three-tier wedding I In d Ulmer sister, Mrs. Roth Rock ,7iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliilSanta 111IIIIIIHIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII, !
a court train The long cake surrounded of St. Claire,
by white
Novelty fitted sleeves of the dress also candle and P -e-
fern Mrs
Sat. 2 Hits Her were trimmed with lace ruffle Tuck Mrs. Dart Fagen, Mr*. Her.I hst Cadet 1st figt. C. B Arbogast, Ctw.( !wl( na t.cl! tw t 1 cctr! ;
Fri, flnger-tlp veil fell from a bert Thayer, Mr. Harry Bwln Jr., who Is attending The CitadelIn
"K-W Day The pearls, and she carried a bridal glehurst and'Min ,Jo Anne Paean -'' tIf Charleston, 8. C.. will arrive
Varitnvd Laugh Holiday crown embroidered In seed of Fort pierce, assisted In Saturday to spend the holidays I
7 I bouquet made of white lilies the serving The bride with his parents Me and Mr*.
yisHer.1! showered. with tube rose*. was kept MM book I IW C. B. Arbogast St. Lucie Estate
Your Frown! by Joyce Steel-. 1'
Drofl ) .
Mr*. Irving Handy,matron-of man. % -- -
honor, Harry E. rogleaqng of Mullins, !
I over ta.rJ. marquisette After a wedding trip Mr and W V.. returned Saturday to L :
carried an arm *
Mrs. Sadler will reside at 624 I
s ,
w 1 wuwe 1."Aw I blue bouquet net, of halo yellow Mr gladioli. Joseph with A.a traveling South. 12th the St bride. Fort chose Pierce a suit For c.Ave.spend L. Boggess the season home on here California at the rii ,

McCoy bride.
matron '
wore a. of Kelly green with cocoa brown :
matching frock of blue and carried \
and a corsage of a
an arm bouquet of dusty Evans Crary, Jr., who is attending
I cluster of brown Odontoglossum
pink gladlol| with a pink net orchid the University of Florida -. !
I halo. Mr*. Herbert Bruner r 1 II expected home tomorrowto ,
brides matron, wore a nile Mrs Sadler was graduted from spend the Christmas holidays '
/ :I marqulmte green Martin County High School In with Ills parent, Senator and
/ over and carried 1942 and wad employed by her t Mrs. Evans Crary
with an an orchid arm bouquet net halp of. gladioli father a Stuart contractor. Recently i ,
; she :began her own 15- Mrs Charles J. Haden left
/ Vernon Vonne Sadler of Fort minute radio: program on Station I Thursday for Atlanta accompanied i
Pierce, brother of the bridegroom" WIRA. Port pierce Sadler by Wlllaford B. Leach..
was best man, and ushers was graduated from Fort Pierce He will motor home with his
s. were Lannle Norrell of Fort High School 1941 and attended -I' brother Allan O Beach of Oak- '
Pierce and Frank McDowell of schools for radio techniqueand vllle Ontario, Canada who will ,I I It
Vero Beach. dramatic In Miami and ( ""Ia." Ph l" Christmas: at Tucks hoe Claus I
Plus spend is
e.u.ma". ,ra saw !.-:..luiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii.......'.........UUUu. --., -. 11ID1111111111111111I I MRS. JOHN E. SADLER, JR. I on Point.the Indian River Bewail a Coming

III I THE PALM CLUB I=II III I Hollywood, Calif He II employed -- -- --- I All Palm t City and Palm city Farms ;.

as program director of
iru/IIla-1/ NI u"IMAI = Out-of-town wedding guests REAL ESTATE I Chi/dren' Are Invited To Me ft Santa at I

| ,6 Mile North of Stuart Included Mr. and Mrs:Vernon H .
r "S persnan"o.13 I| U.Mile South of Fort Pierce 'x Schenck, house guests of the / Sailfish Lodge ai':
bride from Vlneland, N. J., and Homesite. and Waterfrontage I .
a Baby" I| Offer the Best in Music Mr, Claude O. Ralney of Buffalo ReasonableNew "**"'"' 7:30 VE
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4th'Str '
art n __ Address ffOppo ite School :
SurFlam on: CHRISTMAS! DANCE SET )! Sponsored by The i.i
I| Every Wednesday and Sat AT COUNTRY CLUB
daytSmooth .
Da a K I Palm City Men's Club .
g vs. ,- -Christmas dance O BIN ; I
| and Spacious Dance Floor k 'Till 7 7 7 An Informal
FlaihinAllStarl Swids .1.1Masfrrpiec I ( | will\ be held at Martin County ,

of | RESERVATIONS TO SUIT yOU/TASTE I Oolf and Country Club startingat )ii ( ii); )f)'. )j )jJ
Roman lie Aerwnturel I 9:30; Saturday night. All -- -

taw IANA tcNNlcaoslu IUSMII II 1 PRICES' ARE RI HTII \ members members, guest are Invited.and prospective !(!( i( 4:: tC !CC! !C tC! ttCC! ''( !CtCtt(<
i Music will be furnished "by "
iunununuliununnnnuuu! !'! nunuwounanul' _111f1l1ll11""IIIIIIIIIIIII1J8" "' II III famed dance orchestra artist
I on record" preslednt Phil Pence I II pSI-LUX. _
'said Admission will be 60 cent J
a person plus one 10-cent noisemaker F / lj ,
Asclou Setup .at 50 cent for
; Tree Ripened I the evening will be furnished

gyp= I I r.OMINEI'ITTltlO' HERE I Chri"r"as Ain't So Much Trouble
lSll rv Ed Bass.former (Mayor of Chut

Al1YS I t tl>oooga, Is a guest at the Lee Apis. ; \
UITia Mr Bass was Mayor of Chutla- t
I nooga fur 20 years vice-mayor for l i

.sse. n: .. In}hoi 12 Chattanooga-years been and In 19 held for political a 40 public years raves.office and Ho I When Everybody Wants i.I i..

Added --I Order Your Chr s Fruit Now! hat never been defeated. Two
"1sf Dccorafl r" other residents of Chat- '
(Disney nor Cartoo ) Shipped direct fro th grove by repress to its I.mooga.( prominent V. C Kelley and R T. :

kest Fox Ne destination.Full Fuuuerte. are also guests at the I

lie*. Wee Bushel of Select range $5 00 1 are.ee.long Mr-tune kelley friends and Mr of Faucette Mr. :and I BEN\IXIJ I !! ,'

[Dec. 21 22 Express prepaid __... _.__. _-. ......._. -- ------- Mrs, \\yatt LarrimoreIIIDSONS ,

I Tlerf* Nothing'Lik] a Full Bushel of Sel Grapefru and Oranges. sA'
"T To Coo ARE HOSTS = n
letwcen>man Men! Express prepaid ?/.................... -" Mr. and Mr*. D. 8. Hudson I

sr s... Bushel of ect Grapefrui were hosts to their dinner brdge
.v Full Sj $450 club Monday night at their homeIn Automatic +
Express __''_ St. Lucle Estates Prize\ for I I
7 high scores were awarded to
Mrs. L. A. Arbogast and John MLaw i
IVE Jr Other guest were Mr: i '.1
Arbogast, Mrs. Law, Mr and
Mr*. David Irons, Jr., Mrs. Ruth '
Football Orangesper bushel -- --_ .$LSOI Stevenson, Mrs. E. J. Smith, Jr, I WASHERA 1'
Highlight ol I Mr. and Mrs Earl J. Rlcou, Mr 1:
1948 Grapefruit. per bushel -- ,$100 and Mrs R. B. McPherson and .
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Alio ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin: A Mennlnger -
e {cation Mafic" .

Spirt Fox New MAPP GROVE' Miss Marguerite_ Hayden>__ of i BENDIX the washer her heart desires. e,, :

Orangeburg 8. C. Is visiting her :
T ', '.till' You Seem father C. D.. Hayden, at the Husbands, if you'wan / gift to please 'I
.5 m 3 miles South of Palm City. End of Mapp Road. Stuart Hotel for the, holidays. % her, choose a ,thigh /and shining new :
I Miss Hayden was formerly a
rr Tllf Orders taken at office in Post"Office Arcade Bldg. stewardess with the Delta AirLine \ : i", Bendi, :
at Miami. n T."JIIl"I"a'
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ON SQUARE DEALS t! t.. Immediate delivery on ALL MODELS 2:

Phone for Christmas the finest and best and '

e ., most welcome gift of all.

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: I ( Indian/ Ricer Drive quardta who have been-renting listed by her sister, Mrs. B. D. Mrs. Charles A. OatH from week end were Mrs K.'A 'Phillips with Mr and Mr, *. Charles tid Monday from the;;;;;
the Sahlberg property moved Fulton, and her sons John and Charleston, W. Va.. The Gates 1 Mrs. J. XX McCmuljy and Schleringrr: In Eden. bytertan' Church of hgJ
: \ Into their new home on the DrIve Bennie Fulton of Stuart will remain for their. usual! aU Mrs. N. D. McCue, mother and Mr. and Mr* E. R. Ensey and Md mar wits'tr I
\ IJ at Ankona last week. Mr and Mrs. Byron Rlc*. and month stay.Attending two sisters of Arthur Phillips Mr. and Mr.John Donal Ensey Pastor !
Ii : Plans Christmas who spent a day at Edenlawn attended the surprise dinner jhurW was in the Ante
I I11\11'i Sorority CLASS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Faye Blllingtoa from Ve the Woman 'Club Ry lot in the .
enrouU to Winter Park. For the 'Mrs. Fred Main gave In Fort Palm Ce
Beach were Sunday dinner and luncheon In Fort Pierce Monday
Mrs E.: R. Ensey, teacher of 1Ankon. \
II II'ACE 1 i. the primary. Sunday School class supper guests of Mr and Mrs. acre Mr. Walter P. Coohrane, Saturday trip and to be presentat Pierce honoring her husband'sbirthday Palls. lIer't ,
Dinner Dance fetlval Dec 7Mis Clarence
r.1 ; on TuesdayBy of 8t, Mary's: Episcopal Church John Donal Ensey In Walton. Mrs. I D; Askln Mrs J. A. Oat at the Rollins annual College! Christmas they were Georgia anniversary Turner and Mrs.taura H. Reed.Bnn George Olden} 'w',,
tin and Mrs. Robert Melton. Bactlll.o1'
at Stuart, entertained children :
I MRS. VIVA C. IOU the Pet*. Ulller from Racine WU. joined by Phillips Mrs. McCue Howard had a* dinner : and Robert Terry
from J to 4 Sunday afternoon arrived at the Miller home In I Richard Sabin .Is flying down I'unerJl Home q'''-
Robert and
I from Gary. lad ha a son guests Friday Mr Mrs Was
The Beta Sigma Phi! doll wu i In her home at Walton to IlL eblrwe,
I w To enliven the Christmas holiday Eden Friday Miller Is cousin of from New York Saturday Arthur McCue, In college Conklln Mrs. Florence: Cave Mr .Ankeny, active
' : won by Mrs. Enoch Smallwoodof Games and songs were followedby : Mrs, Barbara Ferson and Angus spend Christmas holiday with eItIIftb
CUD p and oclal
season Bet Sigma Phi there He file his own plane and Miss Annette Cave from affair( ,,.
AT'Y 'to'I I i i'J White City.Motarlnl refreshments where the moth Miller with whom he spends each spend the Christmas holidays made recordby Prudent of the Plat
a !
and last summer Edenlawn: k| .\\1 I: Sorority hag planned a party for to Palm Beach to of Christmas was .predqml winter. Miss Jessie. Miller, si.- with his parents Mr and Mrs.Fred flying! deep Into the Arctic PTA ehap.
cJ" .' J I IIi their husbands and dat i. The : nant. ter of the two women, will arrive Sabin in Ankona. --
It. :, affair will be a buffet supper. spend Sunday were Mrs Qua De The children: were brought to this week end from her home In Under the leadership of Mrs Circle. MRS H R. ANKENY DIES ASSISTANCE-- ---.
span "j. H' I and dance at Pleasant View Inn Maesschalk and daughter, Florence her home by Mr. and Mrs. Ern Bradenton for the Christmas Walter F, Cochrane. Mra. J. D. Mr and Mr*.,Henry ifcse, Jr, Death of Mn Harold R. An- Jacksonville,CAWS
Palm t T u E i day evening Arrangement and Mr. and Mrs., Leicester eat F. Lyons of Stuart. Children holidays Askln and Mrs. George Black- and Robert Rose of Wautaugh,i keny of Tort Pierce, who died In assistance. in De.16.Publlc,
Wltm, i f, I .f. were made at the meeting Leonard and children, Qua registered !In this class: are WU114m Mr. and Mrs. A. E. smith and burn of the Drive the 4-H Clubs N. Y, arrived In Eden Monday i Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital steady Increase Florid shoi !
leciUi'r, r ,,J'relbly s et the sorority Monday Leicester and Virginia Anne, all and Mary Lyons, Henry Mr. and Mrs. O Pugsley from are rendering a Christmas carol to spend Christmas holidays with Saturday afternoon, came u a fiscal year throughOUt II>
'.M night la the New Burstou Hotel of Walton. their parents, Mr and Mrs.Henry shock to her many friend along endingun. Jo iw
I Austin Albert M. fihrtgley. Jr.. New York were YI.ltor.laat week service at the Sunrise Theater In amount of monev
-- dining room wnerq Mrs. Fred Mr and Mn. John Sahlberg Kay King Jeanne Brock, Tom- Fort Pierce next Thursday night.It Rose the Drive where her husband Is gnntaih
.fl' : : : of Mr. and Mrs C H. Conant number 1 of recipient ?
:' r3y Mattox the former KatherineEnscy. from Yorktown Heights N. Y, my Smith and Mlckle Randolph. Walton. The Smiths spent a will be broadcast over WIRA.I Mr and Mrs Raymond Foun In business with his lather, R. V I clal! services| and is e>...
,o ''I ;"',, .of Walton and MLv Helen artved In Walton last week! for Coming from Fort Pierce as a number of weeks last season In Mrs. A. i Jackson! of Eldred] talne of CaUkllls, N. Y.. have Ankeny at Ankona.. I needing them rendered Thai. ,. to i (lone
: Wills and Miss Frederica ;. m. a number of days' stay at their guest in the class was Richard one of the Conant cottages: and will leave today to spend Christmas leased the Francl X Polos! In addition to her husband In the annual n t!IIG
; i'N. ,' bert were hostesset winter home The./ Walter Mar. VcGrandy. Mrs Ensey waa ..- have again taken one for March with her parent in St. Petersburg home In Eden For the Christmas Mrs. Ankeny left two sons Rol- Welfare Board Wport just 81t or t tJ1e the'taIf
when they will be down to see She will be there holidays they are entertaining Un roo a student In the UnlveraIty pry
tt1 Joined' .
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their daughter and hues and Barry D.,high COMMITTEE
, ;"\ about Minntrurtlnn nf A home on next week by her husband.s of Florida Will MEET
3y T'. :, \I' EM-f toi'fi.er- t genih Harvey Merwln .Is In Fort band, Mr. and Mn George Bushof 'school student, and two sisters The Martin County Dutrld
j: I purchased close to the Conant .Pierce Memorial Hospital with a New York Mra Rudolph Cameos of Fort Boy Scout Committee' will net\
: properties) fractured leg The accident Mum Helen Kynskl of Palm Pierce and Mri C J:. Cox of at the Ftortda Po" 1 and
1 I Teach Them To Beach spent last week end with Vero Beach. She was born In Company olflr. al ? tonS?
; The Misses Ellen: and Lulu Van happened at Ocean Breese CampIn :30 .
t j jI \ fleet! of Cleveland and Orlandq Jensen Beach when he failed her parents, Mr and Mr. T- Atlantic City, N J, and was the Chairman 1.. ,M, Johnson au
I l'' were guests last week of Mrs. to notice a step down to the Rynki Eden. daughter of the late Mr and the meeting Originally desist
. .1' j: 1'., Laura Howard and Miss Georgia aVement Friends are welcometo Mr and )an. Term Non from Mr. Frank Fort H. Willis, pioneer! last Thursday,night wu' I Turner at Mandamln Ranch In visit hlmcoming i Brooklyn left Monday for 8t resident of Pierce ed because of Conflicting Ie
f ''I: r + 1; Eden. Arriving Monday for an from Palm Beach last Petersburg after a few dayi visit Funeral services were conduct. Uvltle,
.I.ii, ail-winter stay at the ranch were
e' ;!; Miss Turner's sisters Mrs Jen-
,\. SAVE to spend nIe T Brown and Mr... Julia T.
Daft from Geneva. Ohio; These
\ I' : visitors are also sister of Un 1
: Charles Alderman of Jensen
q : Beach

F Mr and Mrs A.E Cartoon amchildren

I !; '" >.. ;' GIVE YOUR Y&ONGSTfiRS where caving they,tomorrow Allen will Jr.be and for Christmas Eric Walton are No Finer Gifts Than for the Home

i r' d'' a guests; of Mrs Carlson parents,
t \ Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Conant.
",114,\\' ; 'J''t ,v The Polnclana Garden Club r
t' I
f"" ADDOBANKSThese was entertained in the Drive t jai
home of Mrs Rupert N. Koble
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:1' Bard Jr, Dec 2. Adaptlon of
1TJt;"[ of"""i flowers and greenery ,Into set 1 I 4 ,
I \ '1'I /HRISTM pieces for holiday decorating ii IT
I I ': THIS were displayed. Awards for these
i"f",I f" I wren given Mn D C. Huskey ,
: I ,j Mrs. Richard Haynsworth and
Mra. Louis Haynes Speaker for
:: : Attractive Met Registering Coin Banks, each with Us 1 onat the occasion was Robert Cush r

, Ii : t rb Key cwt '$S and i men on 'Conservation of Native
; only e'I I start theounfrstera Down/ (the Savings 1 n.
: 'fl 1 J Growth. Assisting the hostess
: I' 4 were Mrs Brian: Mccarty MrsO ,
: H. Peterson and Mrs M. F.
McManUS. The club meet the
,{ : .", second Thursday In each month. '
r' 1 I Mrs! Mary Jayne of New York
i \1 who has been the house guest of
1i\!, i CITIZENS BANK OF'STUART Dr and Mrs. J.! A. Oatlln In El-
\ dreg left last week for Miami
.{ where she will remain for a
... I. r Member: The Federal Reserve system, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporalloa' month While here Mrs. Jayne
I f,1 with her hosts the Gatllns were I
4 entertained with a dinner at the
::s home of Mrs Florence Daniels
I' ova The Bank of Personal Service 0it1nn" Hiram Daniels and Madison
iJ Week In Fort PIerce. Root/Suites
!" ; 1 '-' Arriving at thelr'wlnter homeon Beautiful Living
> :, the Drive last week were Mr.
'1; I and Mrs. Charles.Bernard Gates

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DROUGHT Soviets May Use IIIItIIIIIIIIIIIItttIIIIItuIlt111111IISItut1111I11111ttt11" "imiiiiiHiiimmimiHiimmii R. W. GRAFFE RESIGNS I Hotel and Kum Back Oar-B-4, I

EVERGLADES 1 Christmas Trees I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYBy HOTEL R W. MANAGERSHIP araffeTJor; the past IVs I I has resigned yesterday his He position will open, effective an- i.i'iteZtqa7t' ; '

RUSSELL KAY years manager of the Victory office in Miami and re-enter the
For Ammunition 115151111111.,, ,.,.,.,..,,.,.,.,.,.,..,,.,.,.L 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllAt ::: : --..-- ----I I selling field Is the capacity of ,
While "Susie and Sam" palgnlng to put them out of manufacturing distributor andexclusive ;
are a time when comic book artists -
WEDJIKELYhane Imaginary I agent of several outstanding
BerlinAP( ;) The Christmas i ,persons to them and by any persons resemblance \ and publishers are staggerIng If you; would like to receive a I specialties In Florida
tree is to under an avalanche of \criticism free copy of "Susie and Sam
likely be ammunition In'' living or dead ls -
purely coincidental and other Southern !States, he RestaurantSpecializing
*'Again this year, thejj Kuislai cxild 'war 'with the WestIn i they nevertheless repre- because they have stupidly just drop a post card or letterto
majheyiaonbe ajsauhed by' this blockaded city The peopleare sent hundreds of real lifecharacters insisted In featuring themes that Ray and Davidson, Silver saId.Mr. "
Springs, mention this column and Mrs. Orarte are leaving -
d of'the twin about Christmas trees and In all probability will deal In) bloodshed, crime and .
4 become and It will be forwarded prompt' i Stuart this week for an extended r
rt that mean success or fall The Russians can bring them as and popular In the mindsof I murder, Thorndike has createda ly You 11 let a kick and ao will/ Christmas holiday and in thtyrinest of
young old
that regionjity In 'from their surrounding occupation And Jeff, Moon Mullins alike and sis Mutt K.O. new' type of book that Is clean, the kids: when they finish readIng business trip, visiting New York, ,
(if drought threaten-, nine The only way the \\eitrrn or U1 Abner and Daisy Mae Interesting and refreshing: and It they will, have hours of ; Cleveland and Chicago On returning I
yet unless there it mow powers can bring them In oyr !'Susie and Sam" are interesting ,,finds adults acceptance alikeHundreds .from youngstersand fun coloring: it with paints or they will reside in Miami Sea Foods :Steaks and ChopsTable

ring |the remainder of the the Soviet blockade to WesternBerlin to Floridians because this of thousands of crayon. _----_. ,
BOB which began in\, No- Is by way of the airlift But delightful pair of honeymooners these attractive and educational -
md will last through April the airlift is recently by Jeanne Bell with more Important things Thus of licity its Job for this State and one 'distributed throughout the nation You Can Be SurTo Caterin /Mu to> Parties
Iliml, Herald staff writer for many Western Berlin families few attractions, during the next and Ray and Davidson plan \,
,dory of the Citizens) CnnvM this may be mistletoe Instead ofa months to provide copies to orphanages, i i Get Please Mat Reservations Early For
Created by Chuck Thorndlke children homes, !
hospitals and .
Water Control. Christmas tree Chnstmo.1. A fit ,, o ER '
one of the Your JChrutmas Dinner
most capable and other establishments with thecompliments .
Bellamy warned of the branch hauled! In from a suburban widely known Cartoonists In the of Silver Springs I ',
"ly despite .the heavy nine forest! may decorate the mantel and I country, whose feature "Oddities If more publishers would getaway I OwnershipManagementNGELO
wmner and the downpours substitute for' a tree Or a little In the News Is syndicated In from their blood and thunder I Rice taurant \
,acted the area during the : artificial tree may he erected in many papers, Susie and Sam" comics and turn to books i iill' ( TsiMXs
,rrleind lust full i the home tell the Interesting story of Flor.ida's like this they would have Par- I' .

lie dry season CuL A. O <' potion[ the Mir powen cooperated! ,last off the press.CtCWTtC1eWWvff. their praise instead of,cam"fIfffIfIfIfIffurur""U- j II
Chief of the to bring in Chrtalmiu trees, to
Ulvttlon wit ; of Engineer Water Survey haltered cltv in quantity! tu ,,""Iblll I---! !;;";;" ;;riiii; rrNuit" '''''')'''M {i''I''

,search. warned that theIr one for every family with children;;:

$20.(INK)),000 Clades win- They came f"'m'lhe Russian ociiputioti -
getable crop might bead ( zone and ,the British zone
? (iii say nothing (If( thexluitry In Western Germany They were
and general water besought!: in by railroad and trucks *
.m. In the wealthy tower Porn[ the west l'thole avenue

,licit** i ate! closed WHERE FAMILY AFFAIR
Bruamy cajled November However/ the roles from the :
iy," but the explained that Russian tone are open Over them j'
"T table In the' vast empty will come, according to announcements -
i of the Lower Glades l bee -1 in the Sovietcontrolledpress
coastal Atirt! was till some S50.00reet( () ,

Ic said the danger at P.... Them are tihodiiled for distri ,
dent In the Upper Glides, lmtk.il to the KHKKXK) ( ) ) hihabit ,
"cultural! area wound Lake t tints of the Ruiiii.in sector of the!
.bet when the water table Cly, Rut wise! Western Berliners '
'Ii below the surface. thed i i.J figure there will be an overflow ace for grace
'from now on every Inch that will come into Western Berlin m ,
It f[ will mean s great deal *poclallv U' Western currencyU
"M" that In the lowering of : offered! fur them in the \Muck a
it'" table i filalkeAlthnb\ !( the Russians a smart
laws recalled the lost Krlujlit have declared l Western marks ilkgal
in the Glades when I I even the Germans ol the new way
6f ,fir s 4106t .frJr or,r
Ii' supply'of the cities was : Soviet sector want M 1(1.Ihelr :

depleted under II pall ofmike I hands on the coveted money III. to present /I..i ';
and ash from the premium rales 'Jr,, k Ulfnllu ,,.
Glades I Western authorities also expect N

'wrae", he md, "the wont I that the Russians will offer Christmas Y \ MOJUD uvyrl' '
prolonged drought that trees to' Western Berlin non- e1/ ,
.rant. 1943 to 1946 was four I Communists as bait Id dime. !Into '
go In 1944 In that I Soviet sector of the! city to register r stockings .

''I0 the records of fat rations. Previous attempts to It's Catalina
If it comes again, gjnn'l win over tile people of the V. S., t F "Climbing Rose
British rind French sectors of the
bmg In .the world 'we fi + all.wool "
'ip It in the lace of a rapidly i city wire made, with food and fuel b a superb
outer table and Ib> control rations, but with only scant sue' .! in a crystal plaittc 4 cardigan with
r f delicate ,
t water conservation areas. crss.It ball ready to hang
e are Included In the Is expected, i however there rAw y r J pushing skyward.
nOdOCentral and South w rant b*!' nearly enough trees; togo on the tree And its' yours In'

nil flood control project 'rom..!. 1 + .. glowing new California, {'
just have to depend on So- the U S. rmy'. German f, { Centennial Colors! 1,
od) nature he concluded. youth Administration) ; Is planning kill Combinations of Coy '

community Christmas parties for pink. Aqua;Sun gold,
ICY BOLSTERS "OMKI,( ) German children in tin
Chili red Mission
NACE SYSTEM American sector of llne'city. About
$17,(KM) and large contribution' of i o Sierra jade. i ,
Were, Dee 18-The. sweets and other whiles'are being W Sizes Sol to 40.Hire's .
St. Lucie River drainagehti collected,for this purpose from the a way to male .. $11) !lvC0.GH :
strengthened its American population. S ''a double Impression at '
t system during the put In additionthe airlift is expected Chrlihnoiltme.. Give our shah, ._-, '
report of theof
for M dear, lovely Mojud Stocking, t" ,
supervisors to be pre- l to bring in enough f "
tomorrow' at a meeting of church and community celebrations In our crystal ball package I I'' r ,
am will WyMiihed hi Ihe blockaded two.ihirdu up with colorful ribbon, siftcard.tliiue w
of the lilyCHRISTMAS, Com In,and ch t GA, .
summarization re t >
that the district hast + ,your Moudi| ..we MIn w p them SWEATERS

out more than 64 miles SEAL SALES glamour,, r 1.... :; .
H and lateral, has rein. TOP THOSE OF 1M7 I" -
$1.50 $1.95 pair toes Fee tee' living FISH
nd elevated 13\2\ miles ,,
d* dikes on the north, ,Miss Myrtle Dyer, Martin 5c per ball
4 smith sides of the dtam County Christmas seal sale Al NATUMO/ MAMMOIUUS constructed a new' dike chairman, reports the returns r Y,
If miles along the north from the sale for the first three on afourgorsm
anal No. 70, and hu In. necks amounts to $528.20 as r'
ted an extensive program compared ,to last ,jreari returnof 41by
r hyacinth eradication Hit.30. 61ip \
"Ornately .e mile of The association this year Is ,'
liters sprayed In the /hyandlcaUon : sending gift packages to patientsIn 'I/
programfinancial the sanatoria. The association '
report shows thereceived urges everyone who hasnt Gloves} r
for 1U Interest as yet sent In his. contribution
"tug fund $ 1.75 and to do so promptly
4 134.na.; and received
maintenance fund $88,418,
$8ef4e and $ impruf makes a One point "
A Useful c of fashion ... spreads / "
aid"embers at the of the annual board meet.are. ; r dillcaM fretwork ei 'lac* M See Our Complete Assortment of Y :
Lasting Gift below tai bosom, high on like ,
htm ompnifo mesas a one
point of pfKMon t fit endproportlonod rr .
tailed Australian ,
pine \ sitingOwl tho .. Bags 1
a A
true pine at all, but be- ( :, ,
0 we hardwood group as flours freedom ef 4-gars vylhif. F
ul >*d from the ion a White crape.' Plastic
Calf and
tonifers.IEA. pkik.SIM In Suede, : ..
32 to 40 ,
All Colors. From $2.98 up
$3.95 to $6. *
Joan XenleyHandkerchiefs

To Complete the Smart '

TA Eof IAI, mr i'. Winter Ensemble.
Attractively Boxed '., "
Gift ,* To 'Match Any Suit ot ;t.
The Perfect ,
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11 Was'Milk. .' ,.,11 s ',Whites and Colon
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The new Tommy's Bar building on U. 81., '1/, mile two utory'building' above has three apartments and a, Tommy ,
TOMMY'S BAR south' of the Martin County line, constructed by'John L* roof garden on the second floor, bar package store,
Taylor of Rio for Tommy Savas. Taylor, who has beenIn I' dining room and kitchen on the first floor. The building ,
the building construction field in and around Stuart in, faced by a large concrete'' patio providing ample
for 26 years, recently entered-the contracting. field. The parking1' space. '. __ .__.
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who joint in extending lincere congratulations to

Tommy Say" and tq(JohL.l Taylor, general con We jOin,1 ill coWratulatiom

tractor, for good j job well done, A CHARMING DINING ROOM SEMICIRCULAR' BAR TW tr.totrlMw td, TfmmV Savas
Naturally finished scored plywood walls, terrazo Thin beautiful glass-brick and mahogany bar la one ,
floors and the most attractive .furnishings craracter- of the most modern SouthFlorida Tommy, Savas to id to|the
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