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: January 9, 1947
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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HIHTY-PE:' I SAILFISH-CLUB PLANS ENTERTAINMENT FETE f-,SPECIAL::111111111111111.:111I1111111I1111111I11I11111.WOMAN'S, : CLUB ,, KNUDSEN TALKS For KickoffNext 1,1,

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A special meeting of the Stu. : ATKIWANISCLUBLADIES.NIGHT ]
Director 'oT Stuart art Woman's Club box been ,

ARQ'S' PLANw Club Tuesday night '-'Y e .Old Fisherman Catches called for Wednesday Jan. U.I, I COMMUNITY LEADERS -CAU. FOR WORKING VOL.UNTEERSi : 1

"pitch a party for the at S p. In. at the club building BIGGEST BUDGET IN HISTORY TO BE
to discuss plans for a bene. RAISED IN WEEK UNDER KICKLITER'S DIREC
dents, visiting anglers arid First SailfisH on Monday Trip fit card party to be given by TION. r,1,

Equipment Being Pur-: 1st* qf..Martin! County, the Woman's Club on Wednesday Nels Kundsen automotive I 'Iii.
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I chued| Entomologist The midwinter event 14 set January %9. All members executive and city commlslson- The kick-off for Martin County Chamber of Cum- Ii
went Ralsed'13 sails in all anJ
Lucie ing.
I sallflshlng :
Map Campaign 'I Thursday night Jan. 23, at and are urged to come er of Pontiac, Mich. used the Klwanu merce 1947 drive to raise $10,000, largest bildget since 'I''
art 'Civic Center., The gear this week with a never fighting saw fish sucn jumping were.tough! iiiiiiiimiimiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiHUNDRED :, club\ motto "We Build"a boom day, hast; been set for 8 a. m. next Tuesday. Jan. 14. I \
plans for, a county wide' organization will ask the run of flsn reported Sun-; They the theme of an address with breakfast at Chisholm'a. Some 80 volunteer worker, I
ach on the mosquito and ; oration of Stuart Tourls Monday,and still un: to handle on 9-thread' ," PLANES STOP which highlighted the annual are expected to assemble to receive instructionn: for ahirlwind I t,
ndfly problem were ap- In planning the program. today, : A record of a, new type was'; HERE FOR FUELING ON :'installation and Lad lei' Night \\ fundrainingcampaign.. I I;
oved 'at 'a''meet ing- of 'the! Recreation Director Eugene Atkinson of Chi established Monday when Owtn GULF OIL AIR TOURThe banquet last Friday at the Wo- L. C. Klckltter Martin count '

ard i Commlslaonen ofe Schreckengost will assist In. guest of-the Weal Bishops, Healy of Orlando 'caught hit -- muns club. METHODISTS-TO I I tax collector, has assumed\ hal
91 Gulf Air Tour Jan. 2-26
I first sailfish at the of 12
event. a battle-scarred veteran I i The past dlstilct governor ol clanship of the drive
Martin County Anti- stopl ;
Aboard the "Buckaroo" with has ,,
attracted 100 to
] Gulf Stream planes I
A committee composed Monday a Ktwnnls International) of Michigan ,
i !I "Come with shlrtsleev '
josquito District. I -lafh sail minus Us Capt. Ford Carter, Mr. Healy ut "Wltham Field for fueling sc your :
Ernest Lyons Marvin i spoke forcefully of the new '
I IaI8 i boated his fish like a veteran, ,r OBSERVE 50THANNIVERSARY. rolled up ready to give a litUr
he Board authorized purof the tall. This I
Schreckengost, Kenneth part pf i far this month Don Rogeu. restIdenemanager America which must be built In
a neW truck, a spray i veil and Bert Krueger was an extremely I heavy,: fish landing It.after 40 minutes HI said today, .Sev j: the postwar era. time to the Chamber of Commerce -
mplng outfit which will be i pointed by President Harry to Capt Ted &stcin I wife landed) a 10-pound Florida hundred I "I am weary of American ," he said promising; Wit!
of the Sailfish Club to make '"Peter Pan" who said albocore. The all wa caughton oral more are expected]:pessimism 'and self-abnegation. the cUlve would be "short awl[
iunted on the truck and'-a I -ounce rod and (-thread.1 before the All-American Air, '
,sails are' :
mplete spraying outfit The i liminary arrangements."Look I j. beginning''to I am tired of the prophets ol sweet" with the goal of brinit-
-Tor'full details of oft' the Inlet. Mrs., At- line.Mr. Maneuvers In Miami;Jan. 17-19.1: doom. the the blue-print socialists 4
truck which It Is hoped I II ing in all needed budget fund
ray for 40
also Healy' was year a The S.uart Methodist( (! church
week caught a 30-pouud
is program next said ire over he said pointing out I the bureaucrats. and all
\\I i ready fat operations by member of the Law Departmentof by next Tuesday, Jan :21. "ti
"We i will observe It* 50th
hope to, havo. a that! the aviator !those who are vociferous in these anniversarywith
ty 1 will, be steadily employed Jack Wnltlcar 'of Port the City of New York. He are coming! I I eliminate the pt solicitation
South Florida fishing I day about the sins of America, two weeks Of Golden Jubilee
approved from Maine to
on pra Texas.
carry an retired ten what he
here for a talk, a fishing i reported schooling sail- year ago I I the! speaker began. "I have had celebration throughout the year
with DDT In the I beginning Sunday
program and catches and Mr. Healy settled at O> Between four and five thousand The budget has been worked
tion fishing moving pictures i averaging 1 enough of lips; and literature
of Martin
pulated area special entertainment." I per day for the past week. lando. Both are delighted "with planes,, are expected to tvke I, that continually cry that Democracy i morning Former patters of the out by D. S. Hudson chairman i
unt;. The'truck Witham will be who oper-be- The public will be Invited i with Capt. Vic Lance Stuart and its fishing opportunities. part In the maneuvers. The Out is InterIor to communism 'church and tae district superintendent W. V. King I. S. Mlohaelsor..
ed byMark If tbe event Is successful a : the "Moja" Sunday Kent Corporation Is sponsoring I,'that we are a dying nation, UMlt t will conduct special Arthur Sims and Marvin Rowci ,
the war wa In charge of Oil
ris will be planned<< for the Pete Darling and the : the time has come for us to services Jan. 12 and 22 Of the Finance Committee
c Anti-Mosquito crewj In Mar- season. Gray;all of Richmond Va, Gulf Air' Tour, giving free I I throwaway our old fashioned I Ii the Rev. A- C Riviere of President price French ailed* : ,
I count; and with a helper" three sailfish and re BENEFIT PARTYWOMAN'S fuel to sin planes of 125 horat'l- i Ideas about government a'nd I II Cocoa .Stuart pastor In 1931-, ,on all Martin county to cooper
Wltham will make regular
FERTILIZER USED one. power or less. !I economics, and learn the new, iI i 32 will preach at 10:45 next Sun tejn!! making the drive speedyondeffective
raying trips to all populated used had two I ,day. The Rev. I. H. Daniel, DD. .
Martin county 251 triple-header I virile' lofty Utopian\ techniques I
eas of the county to sandflles..tend combate of mixed fertilizers In ," said Capt.!. Lance, "lout CLUBFRIDAYjJAN.29 ,. TIED.OS76; I of foreign lands'' he continued. :,of Coral Gables who was pastor "These volunteers who will
mosquitoes or'\h' and cent DDTutlon.used 1948 and 167 ton of on lump* and 'one broke a ELECT OFFICERS I Sidney Holland, president of I here in 1918-17 will feature thilpuqday i call on you." he said "are workIng :
S'per' materials :! line with two J p.FiftY' .0.- I Ihe' flollywo6d Klvrnnla club inrtalled'the"'IieW night serviceat: 130. 1 men who will be giving tlmo,
by lie y, 8. Armyd All 'Martm'coirmtans tare Invited officers an*li j The following Sunday YdIS Jan., off from their jobs to get thin
Navy their mosquito era- presented a past president's: pin I 19. Dr. H. W. Blackburn civic task accomplished. Eucn!
'Martin Years of to the'annual meeting ot I i I
:aUon campaigns the
to George Keith as he told therecognition superintendent whose father of us owes It to them to help) t
unt)" truck will use a solution Funds Being Raised For the, Martin County Red Cross he' had won in the I pioneered this church district 53 them accomplish their task

( only H of J per cent DDT Methodist of Stuart Redecoration of Interiorof Chapter at the wom n'a Club ktate by his outstanding administration : years ago. will\ speak at 10:45.: I quickly so that they can return
actly as now being used Club BuildingThe Friday,' Jan. 17, at S P. M. of the Stuart club. I The Rev. !t. C. O'Stcen' of Daytona to their Jobs."
rough the Palm Beach County. The program will Include the, The new staff of officers Includes I Beach Stuart pastor in ,. President French and Hi,
iis U strong enough to do (IUM r*. 'N. .. ,... .Mlwfef. .:::; A. R. Kruger made the first 1 Stuart Woman' Club 1 II annual election of officers, annual : Lon Tyson president; 1937-39, will speak at the 7:30: membership and Hnanct: 1 cmmlttees .
ay with mosqultpea and cand- r r-tln M. _< MMk_"'ky ut............_. J.*t J.at-...,. toward building! the planning to 'give a benefit card reports speakers, and other Phil MaXwcli. vice president. II. p. m service that day. have Invited all privi.i, ,) ,
im but' sufficient weak that hit. _tnkulM>. ....V... UMk. aniriv. the amount of her con party on Wednesday afternoon. entertainments. : H. Thayer, secretary-treasurer; i At 7 p m. Wednesday Jan Interested' in vulunteerln!
will not harm other animals.The .I---004 '-of ih.,... Mth.1 .."odo.... M I. being!! $15.00. The first January 29, at 2 o'c1ock..t the "Mill Mary Shackclfard Exe- tieorge Keith. T. T. Ougliter.! 22 a covered dish supper Will be the 1947 drive over i" '
Mosquito District already V...._G. .w....-_-f...Ilk.A. ....) __'_ School wa organized Club building. The purpose ol cutive Secretary, reports good lacy Klcklller Bill Porter. Bernard I served at the .church to which the breakfast
m enough DDT concentrate The writer of this article Mill Hamilton the school the. party Is to raise funds for I attendance In past years andpredicts Coker. Albert fihrlgley Cecil j all families are invited to participate -
carry on a spraying program it difficult to trace with sure enrollment of twenty. In redecoration of the Interior even better attendance I Johns and'Bill King i< in program\ of music and
this county for the next sevitl curacy the formative years of all ages. The Sunday of the club bluldtng and to provide : this year. C. P. Haminerstdn of Holly memories of the 50 years service GENERAL GIBBS
yearl This DDT) was Church In Stuart.\ In the .met In the home of her new curtains at the win i "This Is one time when the wood past lieutenant governor of the first church In this com-
ught some month >ago for place, there are no complete Mr&I a Mrs Brown..Miss Hamil dows. pUblic has a chance to become I i of district t and chairman of I munity. '
than half the current mar- ficial records available. The the first public school Table are to be arranged! both better acquainted with their Inter-club relations, spoke briefly The local pastor. The Rev W DIED WEDNESDAY 'Ally
t price at a substantial saving astrous fire that destroyed In Stuart. for bridge and other card games. Red Cross" she stated. I, congratulating the Stuart a. Aldridge said today, "In this
the taxpayer The Board aunrlzed church and other building 1895 Rev., C. W.' White was with prize for each! table. :club: for state honors in Inter- Golden Anniversary we art i<-
\ purchase of additional January lat, 1914 (one to the Indian River Mis TUNA CLUB HEAD 'club activities. thinking not only of the past Port Sewell Resident<< Posses
.tterial for use preparing Information says the fire ,: was one of the STU.ARr. \ R I I -- but the important question Is: on at Coral
cost for the year of $W.4 probably destroyed valuable the small group Into a Allen,. .Shropshire, newly I' C10SED JAN. I I alid promotion of Christian work
Actual miking of the spray ords that are: essential in Church.The exact date elected Commodore of the Atlantic The season for hunting deer In our growing community. The: Word was received here tin,
ullon will be handled in West ing an official story of the organization cannot be MORE MEMBERS cfty.Tuna Club, enJo;cdj I In Martin county! which began future Is our challenge." afternoon of the death of General -
1m Beach where' expensive ginning of the church, In by any oflfclal rec I the sallflshlng here last week: .Dee. 4. closed Sunday. Jan. ..I George; S. Glbbs. about 12
xlng! equipment! 1 111 available community of the church. These .valu. with' Capt. Walt Sanders of the Hunters reported a scarcity of STUDENT FLYERS TO Port Sewall resIdent. who passed
Lhout cost to local taxpayer The first minister to visit records probably wert lost 1 All Perso s' 'Interested In "HI-Hook." .landing three Wig I animals although a number STAGE GET-TOGETHER on at Coral Gables Army Hospital ft
Supervision of the AnU-mos- art was the Rev. C. r. fire. It I II known however, Maintaining Library Are during his stay. I were reported to the tows during --'- Wednesday.
ito campaign In Martin County who had been assigned |Ito Mr. and Mrs.'J. E.: Fultz, l Urged to Join I Mr. and Mrs. Ehroppohlre I Ii the past Jour weeks Some 32 student flyers all General Olbbs, who built a
1. be under the direction of "East Coast Mission\ for Mrs. Robert McPherson, were guest at the fit. Lucia cx-OI's who are now taking home here In 1940 was stricken
'win Seabrook: experienced year 1892 by the Florida E.: Gulltn III'. i, H. I Martin County'' free library, i i Hotel, ahd 'dinner guests of1 j ji I SHERIFF G. M. HANCOCK aviation instruction at Witham with a heart attack on Jan :2
'tombloglst who for Abe past ence of the Methodist Miss Kate Hamilton, W. maintained at the. Stuart Wo i Capt. and Mrs. Sander Capt.I HEADS MARCH OF Dl.MES: Field will\ be entertained from I and was taken to the Arms ;A 41
years.has been Identified with I Bro. Blackburn made Cocoa and t. L. Wright I Initial Club building and kept ,lander fishes from the Tuna Sheriff G. M. Hancock will to 12 Tuesday night by Mr. and medical Institution. He Is survived -
I mosquito, eampalllll.1n headquarters and from among the founding mem- i open dally from 3 to 5:30: o'clock:, Club each summer Mr. fihropp-! lead the 1947 March of Dimes, Mrs. Don Roger, resident managers by three sons and a daugh 'tie
1m Beach County and In Mar- I point.'he visited Stuart In of the church. need more members and the 'shire'wa called back to Allan the annual fund-raising drive at the airport. Wives and ter. Funeral arrangements await
I County. n I 11 expected that all[ of. 1S92. He called the oldest living member of 1 I sponsors Of the project are going 'Uc City to discuss rebuilding of; for tjie National Foundation dates have also been Invited for arrival of relatives. he
e mosquito spraying truck will iens of the small community according to a tran. out after1' them .at the current I ) the famed Tuna Club recently!I of Infantile Paralysis. The an evening of Jun and general' The general enlisted in the
in constant operation In Mar- gether'tor what was record U Mrs. E. J. Kltch- low rate of,$1 a 'ear. :completely destroyed by fire. Sheriff ls now organizing I discussion of aviation. Army as a private In the Signal l
I'' County beginning 'May 1, the first service of worship was received l Into the The Martin County Public II: force for the two-week campaign I Rogers, chief pilot and Instructor Corps and was a Major-General
Id Have that the summer of 1MT held in the little pioneer McPherson are the tunds depends on memberships; DAYTONA I Schools and civic agencies the boys report for lesson at all Army on retirement. le
II 1 find,mosqultoe and andts house 'that stood near oldest members. They;,were to supplement the librarian' HIGHWAY MEETINGCity Hokes Camp In Jensen and different hours and have little
entirely absent In Martin the Rlvervlew June 10, 1898. salary and to buy new book for I other* are planning blgger- opportunity to get acquaintedwith THE"WEATHER
unty populated area*. stand. White U the oldest the shelves. The steady streamot Commissioner Bob Baker j jWM and better beneilts than ever each other. "We decideda. -

The total cost of the'mosquito One chronicle of those pastor of the church, now patrons attest th.'value of appointed by the comml.&Iln .-j, before to meet the national I good chat about our mutual ).he r.. N-R,.... .PI'U." .L..k.Wwttl.,", ,,"p"o,I I .
raying program for this year, day say of Dr. Blackburn: and living In Ocala. Af this Institution to the commun- last night to attend the U.1| needs for the polio fight foi1 Interest alopg with some eats city liill II.M.".
eluding purchase of truck and was a kindly and an Stuart, hi went on to ity but It 1* far from self-sup S, Mo. Highway Asotclation lowing 'a record epidemic music and the ladles wouldbe TjIor."" ...dl...
raying equipment spray'ma- ,Christian, gentleman." > of some of the leading porting and need the backing' meeting at Daytofla Beach to- which swept the country the ,, beneficial as well as enter III........ 1It.m.. ..
lals, labor and engineering' Blackburn received such of the state among of all Interested citizen morrow. past year. taining" the chief added. J. .
permian wQ| be approxlmate- I:eouragemenUfrom his Initial *, serving Trinity Miami, Operating the library I II a task ----- ....... J_>n.J t. ;..: IJ>I

W.500.00 It the program this ,fort that he announced a Winter Haven Jackson undertaken by the Stuart Wo NAMES GROUP J....i". -- .& "'
l OF .
At I la a success, the Board ex- ,lar appointment for and Presiding Elder of the man' Club of which Mrs. Edwin J"... IJu. J.J ._ .u." '"II
'eta to add an additional unit :worship every month District. He wa pastor A. Mennlnger I la president. Head I _' .10& so
it. year, But becauae-of the ,ther, Blackburn continued Indian River Matson, of the library committee U Mrs. TO SPEED DELIVERY BY NUMBERING HOUSES INCHES RAINFALL

ry considerable knowledge re-,,visit Stuart until his Included Stuart from Jan- Carroll Dunscombe. Treasurer of I jan.. 0Z.4 .i.
Ired to handle the DDT sprayI. to another pastoral charge 1895 to January 1897.L the library funds 1* L.'C. Kick- --------- a ...
the The Junior Chamber of Com affected one la Informed of his is now acting to have new street
Mosquito ,Board wiDrat !in IMS or M. He was Rev. W. B. Treaca ,suc liter. The librarian t la Mr 1 .11.
put Its employee through 'by Rev. Mr. Hendry who, Bro. White a1 pastor. He Blanche Slocum. Your"II membership IOere.' Monda, night decided to ctorrect, house number anti urgedto sign* made. House numbering
be offer It to.the -In Install the numbers immediately confusion caused by some householders ..
raining course In Palm Beach West Palm Beach. a younr.man, having fee for 1MT may help city lot"THETIDES'
wnty or elsewhere to learn Brother Hendry wait the Florida Conference In handed to. any one of these per- needing numbering itreeU still retaining old numbers
v to handle the' mosquito a local Methodist preacher, Bro. Tresca served- many 1Ona. and houses in advance of a final Joseph Penrod, postal employee after a new numbering! tys- ,..
oblent before starting their operated .meat. market at best churches! In Florida. survey prior to Institution of city I explained that the service tem was adopted several year ;..
tual! spraying m'. Martin place;.eomlng to Stuart on :r,..,; passed/ away ors No MASONS. STARS TO maD delivery ;service here In will be limited to the down- ago- will be cleared up. I..M'..'."rm........,. '..oII"e..., ;t..""MMI'" t.,.,,14'.
unty.ERFr. \ day for the\ religious\ .." SO 1931,'and was buried HOLD MEETING ATWOMAN'S March. tcwn business area and the! most H. B Kraft manager of the st.'hwit vim%
CLUBHERE *president Paul Young appointee thickly fettled residential aones. Chamber of Commerce: offered W U."IN, 1'01.\ 6,44, t ".i tit
.u during bin ministry to Florida. Th ROT I .,..... for. iiiiiii aIIot' ."ft I'1, 0 0Im
AT, IFOXYDn"NShe community that the first Outland wa pastorfrom a special committee composedof A map ='6.X Hanec**'I 11 .tndlng building was erected and a ISO t} ''December I .Member of Acacia Lodge of Bud Mennlnger Jetty La- Etuart iJews in the near futureto Chamber In, getting out letter* 4ii.: rIt.J.16 w. 4.1t.1 ',.1
the 'aomiial ::1ftJdwtrIterHtllll aaId'' to :.have been' when The record' do not show the Mason and Unity chapter I Pointe. Oscar Kanarek. Ben Redding show the delivery zone. to all householder and full cooperation 16 .jsiss Will
Df the Honda's sheriffs'" American. Oil Oa. Filling' received during his of the Baetent Star will hold a and Harris- Lowery to co Mayor Phil pence,Commissioner to the.Jayce" In expediting j.% It 1111,... .II...is.. 1M" fat
) I 'WIth the and the Bob Baker all<\ City Manager I.
dlah and special OPerate city
lotion at Miami IIeuA now stan oa V.-K. "0. I as pastor Bro Oatland covered upper \ ..11 \ dl"i
Club' Chamber of Commerce in acting L. B. Burtt: were and In the mechanic* of thtproject. 1 .. 14f
dquartsn are at the mwo- loa'... given by Mr. and .'a.J' .February a111. meeting at Stuart Wonuuil present 6 ''I \Ii'.
at g ....... I hat every householder' In. the formed the Jaycee* that the city ... : .4114 owl' :tat
.. * tuning H H ea* ttoi jN,0A0d Pew.lIfIM: ), :* ? tJgtt.Allp.lt, ,\: 10,46
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JENSEN NEWSy were enjoyed. At "
Russell Bolton dressed! II1ldnlght'j '

, CkarktU BelUorHiimiiniiiimmHmniiniifimiiiiNi Time, walked through the hall I
$ and after a few remarks, started:' .
,Mr. '1Ijnd Mrs Lewis. Oamble to leave when Ml Harrington INVEST IN THE :
'and sort) Lewis Jr., and daughter took the 1946 tag from his back, FUTURE
Verna motored to Sarasota Sunday and l placed a 1947 tag, wheat i

where Verna reentered the Frank Hawkins, dressed as Miss .
mingling Art School, after spendrIng 1M1 Appeared. Mr. and Mrs.I ., '
Russell Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. .
the holiday here. RO'j .. ; ,,
brt Nuner, Mr. and Mrs. { 1!) Y." ,
Mount Gideon returned' Sun-
"I '. ..... .. ,11- ""
day to DeLand where he I I. attending Harington Mr. and Mrs. Wm.! .. II" : ,
Love, Mr. and' Mrs Ransom # '
Stetson University I ,
Buck and Or. and Mrs. V. K. \ ( : "t I
Mr W. C. St. Clair returned : : \ "
Monday, from New Rochelle, WLley, assisted by Florence I "
M'I : :
Love, Gladys MrLarty. Mike .i".i".t
Y. where she has been visiting' "
for the past month, Krltrner-Joan Overby Peggy ; : .
Reed Bud Griffith Robert' Love I I<.
Miss Owen McReynolds ol I : : 19".A 7" j' I: ," 4r '.
Miami was a guest of Mr. and and Donald Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. -
Mrs- T. R. Helller and family Syl !Berger, Joe Malone and : ;
Sunday.Mr. 'Tommy Wood were on the refreshment .. 'k S' .
commit U-e. 1 \ >
and Mrs. Frank Gckm&n |' t .
of Hammond, Ind. arrived Monday Wayne Hutchlnsor) entertala:,
to spend the balance of the ed I Sunday evening at the dub I
season here* house with his pictures ,
Mrs. Sophia Harbrecht hadas The Bunco party will bo held j MARTIN COUNTY'S BANNER YER
her' guests for New Year's day Monday afternoon with Mrs
Mr and Mrs. Harry Segerstrom, Bender as hoste&i. Bridge Wtdicsday -' ..
Ml s Connie Segerstrom, and alternooo and peg-p: tJe I' ,'
Mrs. Florence' Bondeaon.. Friday afternoon \ ,
Mrs, Florence Bondeson returned Mr. and Mrs Earl B. A'kltiJon'
to her home In Brooklyn of Bay VII!;", Ohio are spending -
N. Y. Monday after pending ten the winter t ilh Mr. Aikln ;)f
days at guest of her brother and 'on'. sister, Mrs. !Myrtle Terrlo: ,:
family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Se-> Mrs Ruth Griffith holds tide .
entrant. tcord this week In landing four ... .
Mrs; John Mann and daughters large red fish or channel bass
I Carol and Jo Ann spent An exercise class! Is blnheld
I Thursday! with their, cousin rack morning I _I in_the club houra.
i Miss I Elizabeth and Langley Robertson
enjoying the Legion JOHNSON BETTER
I party in the Town Hail Thursday AT ARMY: HOSPITAL
night. Friends here are glad to hear I
Mrs. Joe Kllng, who .la employed tf the Improvement of George'
at the post office, spem I L Johnson: brother of Mrs. M. ATTENDTHE
Tuesday In West Palm Beach on P. Payette, hospitalized at Pratt,
bu. ln_. General Hospital, Miami, since:
Miss Elizabeth Robertson April 21. Johnson whose address
spent Wednesday In Palm Beach 18 Room 425, Ward 4-E Is now
the guest of Mrs. Ed Knox. able to bit-ep-4n-i wheel chair, I
Hoke's Ocean Breete ParkYear's and Is anxious to hear from
I friends In the community Army
TUrNew party I 0 o'clock with RusseU: Bolton: ,, regular" veteran of both world .-"
j as >flatter of ceremonies Lee I 1 "wars Johnson recently had the' ''-'''''' '0'
Harington, assisted by his wife' experience of a visit by General
entertained with hit magic. Mr. ;Eisenhower.::
Har igton, starred In "This Is j jI I IZ I

I I NOTICE i POULTRY new home BUSINESSA : for the Rains RALLY

TM!}& I Ia U Inform the public Poultry Store Is under eolatl'1Jc- '
thatI am ne longer associated Lion on Fourth st. near the rail .
: in tee well-drilling bullpen with : road crossing. Since opening .
Sydney J.nes, but spr now doing business Stuart two years ago "
-busUes\ ** 0clated with 'housed the flew business has been 'w., At Chisholm's Cafeteria {y' :
W In the former Backus '
Suit Glpsoo tho firm ofI I' : ,
Realty office building by the ,
Chicle Mayertnil Jack Gipson,i iWel .
[:DrUll f. J\l\ E. Fourth Victory hotel. I ; ,

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.. c..; '.... ._ 'SHE,STUART NEWS' STUART Msrtta Cmraty, FLORIDA..THURSDAY, JAN 9, 1911' FAGS TRIESF '

F StuartWeekly Market Basket Page

I AERIAL BALLET AT OWENS CIRCUS I ed member Of the Florida Inland As a young girl, Poll,'. mother In all place of' Interest along
LESI See Us For Navigation commission gave an lived In Ankona )In the home the East Coast to Key West and FOR INFANTS I
Informing talk on Indian river now owned by Mrs. Woolnough.Her utter their sojurn In Bradentonwill

R t g Repair and and Its development, tracing grandparents are. burled In continue their travel. ALFAR MILK
the history since 1874 to the ,the Ankona cemetery through, the interior 'land West
VICE fl Part MTiI present. Regarding spoil areas, Coast of the state The Best Money c.. My ,

a* they now exist, Russell *. t'l Mrs, Robert Herdman left this .

AHNOL BAUER ed, "With the, deepening of the i I week for Washington, D. C. to Mr and Mrs, X B_ Conant are BUY BONtW ,
channel, drive resident may expect I:make final arrangements to join i iI. expected to arrive in Walton
ucle Boulevard Phone 142-W more shoals along the riverbank I her husband In the Philippines. around Feb. 1, for their annual Alf! amery
unless there is a procurement She anticipated remaining here I. Inter itay.Fletcher ,,
of allotted spoil areas11 :I.until March but Mr. Herdman, WI1Ift' ALM BEACB4S

:'who heads the War Damage.. Russell, member of << $ Flamln f Dr. l'hoM 71" $
CDENLAWN VISITORS Commission In the Philippines,!
k the Intercostal Water Way
ENTERTAIN; WITII ,llas already completed plan for rcmmlslon will leave Thursday
NEW YEARS DINNER comfortable housing In Manilla
j for Jacksonville to attend\ a
Helena De Onto Aerial Ballet to be here wits she will fly to him
JANE PARKER Hollywood tern COMPLIMENT DAl'OIITtlt \ :re Join meeting of that body which convenes Today' Milk Today
Wednesday, Ian. IS with the famous Buck Oweni Big Three Yellow chrysanthemums txf). this month. at 10 a, m In the Seminole
Orange CoconutTwistLTJCOFFEE Ring Circuit performing death-defying feats from high In the fin, red lighted ,candles and I I Jjotel At this meeting officers Produced
peaks of the Big Top, a thrilling speetable of aerial artistry.There card with Ixorla nose. I Mrs Minnie Taylor of Walton of the commission/ will be elect-, and "
CAKE will be matinee and night performance at 3 and I p, m says attache'd formed the,table had a* her New Year'* over-,; (ConHnuid

at Stuart ball park. .._,. _. decorations for the dinner Jew I night and dinner guests Mr, ante 14-o. ----- Year's nta'it!!: given by Mr. asd Mrs, H. S. Bond of Fort Pierce" '
35c iimniiiiitiiiiitiiiimiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiitNEWS klgned. by 3S member The bill\ Mrs. Victor Conklln of Eden- The ;Dinner,was served at Tom County ,
EACH OF will. be presented In the, 1947 lawn and Sauck Center 'In the my's in Stuart' Besides New a t
legislature,by Rep D H Saunders Cluing:! room of the New Burs- !Year celebration I It was :hon I II Bari airy i

tAI JUUMIIC*MtWK.t<\ Indian River DriveBy who was present and talked : ton hotel at Fort Pierce. or of Mrs. Bond birthday,
The affair was In complimentto i Saturday Mm Taylor was dinner BREA P. 0. Box 042 Stuart
VIVA CLARKNIMIIIimilllllllllllllllCIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII Don' J. Romanello of Eldred, their daughter, Mrs. A. W : guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
l : Kuchler, who flew from Rochester Svlloko In Port Bewail Mrs. "- '\ ----\ --
MAIL Unpeeled wa elected president to succeed H
DRIVE ASSOCIATION who N. Y. to spend Christmas Taylor gave a bell to the Ideal
Herbert McKechnli has
MOOTS' E1:.VI 27cTE ASKS ZONING LAWA : holidays with her parent Colored church In Fort Pierce
served a numyer of terms but '.
River Seated around the festive this week, It Is as old dinner THE
meeting of tfie Indian STEAK HOUSE
._ .,. who had wished to retire. I ,
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honorge bell which ha been In Mrs
Drive association was held In
HOUSE Dr,J. A. Oatlln also of Gldred!
the Chamber of Commerce headquarters was elected vice-president and !Kuchler, Mrs. KatherliW Norris. Taylor's family In Pennsylvaniafor 3 Mile South of Stuart Fed. Hi-Way
PLEJUICED:: 30cSTARR ( 'in' Fort Pierce Saturday Miss Florence reelected secre; Urs Florlne Cave, Dr aiid Mrs. nearly 100 years. 'Every CHICKEN
/ .. afternoon, Jan''4 th tary-treasurer. Casa Collier, Mr. 'Mid Mrs. I church should have a bell; It Is STEAK and SEAFOOD DINNERS
James Mlchaclson.: Dr. Abbott not a luxury. but almost a necessity PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES ,
It was voted to, petition the A committee of associate members
county commissioner for their to work conjunction] with Morton Mist Mary Ames Miss In that little meetinghouse Beer, Willy and oft Drink W
Margaret Annette
In Fort Pierce. I am glv-
I service In preparing a bill for the commissioner on the coning : '
Dried ,
Prepared Sliced Cave, Albert E. Backus, Dumond log one of my life-time possession I I
|the legislature authorizing ruraljgoning \ act will Include: Romanello, M
Mcrwln, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey to be hung in that steeple Ope XA. M\0 3.00: A. M. 'r a I
I along river In 8t James Crouch and Lane Jennings ,
PRUNESBEETS Merwln, Mlchaelson, .,j
jr. where It Can whose
;. Loch county. I call many G.: L. DunniXe, Owner ;
Arthur Phillips\ and the host, kindness and gentleness are ;1
I and Fletcher Russell- newly elect-
18cla 16-oz. ,A petition was corculated Mr. and Mrs Conklln. tempered with meekness and, -.......;,....- --- ;-;;.. .
14c forebearance which are born of I
Heavy Syrup JAR Other holiday guests at Eden- faith. And faith well, you
-- --"t I.A soaav 1 ws .Rw lawn were Arthur Phillips mother know, it \is that joy which the I If
IN OUR PRODUCE. DEPARTMENTP lUCN?pRN1A14 w eeAf1 peAR TNI! 1 VP V6a WRN TOMK M{?{ N rANO r STUART Mrs. H A Phillips of West I baud Inherit: Mrs. Taylor said
aiaPLAY T/LI.fMYPAY./ N, D. McCue, of who Mrs Barbara Ferson returned
CELERY CARROTS f fP1ENOLr, ALL SERVICtftEAKS REG00.0lA was on her way home from visit to her home In Walton Thursday

fOC STCA.SINa ing her parents and. a stay In from a vacation visit to her f \
i Coral Oable. daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
R 19c 2 19c ., This family party had a"sur *id Mr*. Joseph Svec In Wash'':, Surplus Army Buildings 1,1
visit from Mrs. McCuel ,
Large Stalk SS. .1 prise ington She was accompanied .. .
,. 17 old son. Robert( who I '.
-- -- --- --- --- year I,home by her grandson. Ferson, I
IE BEAUTY RED DELICIOUS with a chum, flew down In Robert coming by train to meet Mr. PORTABLE TYPE ...w. I I
or i'I s Cub plane and parked at and Mrs. Svec and small daughter
PLES '2u. .29cNO.1 Brother, the service at the Stuart Feed Store 1 is friendly. I the Stuart Airport They remained Marjory Ann, who motored I\0 NM., I

._ Won't you come in'and take advantage of the free tor' the.week end as through\ 16 ft. s 4% ft. and 16 x. 16 ft.Sixes of sections: are. 'j
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at Blue Heaven

over night Mrs. Donald Clark, the former
I MAINFATOES service the Atomic Trio have to offer of Eden i I 8 ft. i 16 ft. With novelty drop aiding on the outside:' ,
Miss Mary Ethel Leonard o( | ,I
1 IBS. 36c Take advantage of the Sixty Smiles An Hour Service ,.! Iit' Walton, will arrive by plane Sixteen windows and two door in Urge buildings and- A I'

__ I of the Atomic. Trio. See us for information en any.. ,Miss Polly Parsons;: niece of, from Ithlca, N. Y.. Jan. IS to i one door and six window the .mall. :'I
I ''I Mrs. K H. Burgffraf, from: San ;, visit her'parents, Mr. and Mrs' I/ I II
thing; I Diego, Cal. who /has been visiting W H. Lennard i ij
| F tsH TENDER I I Ideal for beach, tourist bins ant buildings
ORANGES I Atomic Trio grains of wisdom! You cannot help the I the Burggraf left for Washington Mr, Clark. engaged In law and other low-cost houtin 1 16 ft. sell for less j
OKRA poor by destroying the rich. Take Heed, You Com this week where abe In I studies at Cornell, will be un
CY FLORIDA munists. I a student She Is the daughter'able to accompany Mrs. Clark. than $200 loaded on truck. I! .
'of Mr. and Mrs Harry Parsons had been expected. "
33c 31c She spent S year on her father's I t I 1
Pond. )(. I See or call us for furth details.
g \ banana plantation In Tahiti Miss Thelrna Johnson return I
during the time 'her mother ed to Jacksonville Sunday evening ,
IN OQB MEAf DEPARTMENT Frying Chickens, Live Weight,:_.......$1.00 Hester Parsons, wrote the book, I after spending the holidays SOLD ON FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS ;! ''i
EACII "You Could Do It Too," one of 'with her parents, Mr and Mrs,
5H PORK LAMB OR VEAL Only Have 25 On Hand' the best teller a number of Andrew Johnson Walton. Miss NO PRIORITY NEEDED ', ;;io

year ago. It protrayed the tlfe Johnson Is a teacher in 1 !
PICNICS of the native and their habits side, school River'j .
BREAST25c -- -- -- Mr. and Mrs. Ted t
Major Ammon McClellan : rHONE
21 c. Wayne ScratclTh $4.95 Saturday: evening guests of Mr. '
----------- LOYAL ORDER OF ,
,aEd Mrs W H. Lennard Oeorge
4 to 6-lb. A For Stewing or. Baking a End Only MOOSESTUART I Sawyer Leonard, home, for the ;# 104-J IY
-- -- ODGL flue Christmas !holidays, returned toMs
VE MELT MS : Located John Real Estate Office i
K FED / DAY! : at Taylor
1I LA.d llV employment In THusvllle ,
OULD ROAST 3ge { Lo i all i Sunday night.IiIOIIDAY Osceola Ave.fuMtous. .

..- ........ ----- New supply' cdminus sprayer...$1,45 I art, F SPIRIT

tOURS STAR LAMB : ALL'Klf S OF OkD-TV MIXTURES EACH; IN ENSEY IIOMETraditional __ __ _n 'r----- 1

K37c I COWSUFFERERS I holiday spirit has '
OULPER ROASTLb.. prevailed the past two week lathe 1
E. R. Ensey home In Walton.
N CENTER CUTRKCHOPSLB. RERSi! Mr and Mr. Fairburn Ensey, .
Member .Martin County Chamber r. of Commerce. who came up from' Miami fora I

K .. 57cCARRY .A 1 Swell Civic Orr nizationStuart .- 666 STA IEP'iNUS three weeks vacation, have t'vTN
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I festivities among the younger
A FULL'LINE OR CHOICE SEA FOODS Feed Store lama.. W wnll crowd In Walton. food
:The New Year In was celebrated -
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YORK 'DRESSEb HICKORY SMOKED o J with dinner at the Lighthouse he
KENNETH STIMMELL ,PHONE 210 Ou I:>y'a party of ten including Mr THE SUR 'ROAD TO ie
fOWL f
J JO WLS and Mr*. Fairburn Ensey. Miss ''ha
t-- Thelma Johnson, Miss Kather.e .
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53c- Ensey. Davtd Martin Harry Family HappinessIS ,
2 geSISCO Jennings, Donald Ensey, Mrs. E.K. .
4 to S:1b. A.,. LB.. SPECIALSWIFTS Martin and Mr and Mrs: E. 'e 1e
R. Ensey
LITTLE LADY Saturday the Ensey family Properly Prepared Meals,

Brooms. Fivq Strings 97c PREMIUM LAMB motored to Tropic for a visit
RITZ with Mr Ensey mother, Mrs. WE

re PENN. Dry.HOME LEGS ......._.._._...__ __.____. _"....... ......_...._._. -.i.-._,:._.......__....:... Lb, 59 George EnseyComplimenting, orE
Miss Thelma BEST IN
X---_. 27 C Cleaner, ,2-Ga1:Can. ,1.54 SHOULDERS SHANK / Or Whole_ \i+ Lb. 39c Johnson, David Martin, Harry \'

CHOPS _._ ..:.-'-___....._._ ____',.._.. Lb. 49c Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Fair-' h
Everything Carba.Odore, bum Ensey, there was a dinnerof QUALJ4OODS'T'FAi I

Anilabl. earbea ....." ". ........ .120 '. eleven cover with Mr, and
Mrs. Essey: a* host*. Other guests
nUl' ANN PACE'Pure V il4- RATH'S" BLACKHAWK" 'ren rix Ys of Whole .., .._ .. Lb. 57e were Mrs. E. K: Martin, Donald '

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,ere-Mel. 4WoO., Pk,.._ .So
ty Crocker: Miss' Katherine Mosey, Miss
akl.., STARCH ON Thelma Johnson; Mr. and Mr*.
Unit, 12-0" Pk,. 12a Fairbun 'and Mrs:. R
TRAM'\ 'ti 'BOOK.. .. SWIFTS PREMIUM, R 'S BLACK WK ..i..1FRESH ._. t. _Lb. 65* Ensey were dinner guests of Mr.

I Matches ,12c VIRGINIA OY ERSi (S U -Dry Pack _. :Qt. $1.60 and Mrs B. D, Fulton In Stuart

.. 20 MULE TEAM' Friday '

been the house guest of Mr: and ,
MARKET' : Mrs, C. I H Conant in Walton I. i'IEcanny '

: \ ha returned to' her ,borne in ? Greceq'r
Y'Rlh UP TO DATE STORK Chicago Other Visitor in the

.V lVvrlTl" 'JUJiV kJ. WE,I EUVEB PHONE. N Conant home were Mr. and Mr*. 'HOME OWNED; :FRIENDLY OPERATED
; Alden etebbln of Chicago. They
tit S. AkMn Ave. we DELIVER Teteyhea 'r
., > WHERE'SERVICE COUNTS,WE W'IN helped celebrate the New Year,

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Rainfall .and Drainage Don't ;,21 THEATRES IN $25 CAPTAINS MEMBERSHIP TO PAy'I'ILT( 1 I


I Work,' Together in GladesThe NEWLY FORMEDORGANIZATION Martin county charter boat I

captains meeting, at the court

Everglades Drainage ribs of a system that can devote iti house last.Friday night, aet (29 1

trlct has just made public a re capacity to'the farming ei"ter' ; as membership fee for par t WIT'C.ONFIJDENCE
jwt on 'Glades water level 'for prises without being required(J' to tlclpatlou in the 1947 tournament -j

November, which shows that drain! tributary Idle lands In the I i -| | and membership In till!
water storage and drainage are same operation and" at the wmei I i, Formation ;; ; new operating Sailfish Club I i

working against each other in time, i company! tot 21 motion picture Herman Baits, chairman of
the'area. "Storage .In and on' the 01"1" I the membership committee, announced '

Heavy rainfall "on November ganlc soil! lands ,of the !: theatres heretofore affiliated that a drive 1* now un, IN T. MARTIN COUNTY

i.," the cominlslon! reported( glades Is still favorable to pre !I' With Florida State Theatres, derway to secure business memberships -

ciiued heavy crop losses and vent damage' by, fires but tills i toe, has been announced by and Individual memberships J .

faulted exceedingly\ high: condition may not continue tor Rupert\ K Koblegard, Jr.. district :- \ Any person can join

stages In the main arterial\ canal long despite! a favorable rainy I manager of Fort Pierce the Sailfish Club for a $5 annual .._ ,...._ ...... __ Jt:
system For the second time 'season, Water levels declined! : Under the new setup, Koble- fee, with business houses usually I

during the present year the dan- ;Suting November even 'though] gard said, the 21 theatres:which contributing in $25, $50 and

ger of a general topping of rainfall 'was generally much Include tide In the Indian River $100 membershlpi. All funds are } es

levee was only narrowly -averted above normal and more than! area will be operated by the Tal- used for Sailfish Buttons certificates -

Evaporation A large part of gar Theatre Company a newly I .' trophies and fishing

Following\ this heavy rain, this loss was caused by the necessity formed partnership organizedby I promotion. ,.
whlch; was largely confined to for discharging from the I B. B, Garner and M C. Tal-

the upper agricultural area water arterial canals as a! result of tile ley. both +of Lakeland, who hive COACH KINDRED SPEAKSTO

levels declined as the\ typical 1 November lit rain. been affiliated with Florida STUART ROTARIANS j
seasonal l decline ; As caaal State Theatret as Vice President
commenced soon as 4agea art Coach Chuck Kindred director ;
By the end of November I sufficiently lowered to meet.In charge of theatre operations of physical education at''

age !11'the\, control and stor-I agricultural<< demands. efforts I and Treasurer respectively: Martin County High school ,told
Glades *uos appreciably I will be made by the District to, since IU organization some 10) Stuart Rotartans Wednesday of I

than a, year ago In spite of the, :snserve water wherever poktlble years ago and prior to that the new trends In physical education '

| efforts that,' have been mad to I and tOo retard the rate or ': time with J:. I. Sparks which aim\ at "the (de- i

,retain local rainfall on the wild decline wherever facilities permit I The new company will have Its velopment, the whqle child" .

I land. Here the necessity of I the recharge of evaporation I home office at Lakeland Theatres nsead[ of separated programs I

canal! channels In the Interest*i maintained as high as is feasible t are located at fort Pierce Stu- Three new activities are added

of fttricultufehas: defeated the I during the approaching dry ,art, Verq 'Bel\chi Melbourne, I to: the physical training program

purpose of retaining a avoraolt I season In keeping with! the requirements -1 Cocoa, Lake Wale/ Mount Dora, 'this year, he said which are

amount (of rainfall on 1 lands::I of agrIculture) end jlustls I Winter Haven, Tampa, baseball) track and swimming
:' here It does no damage the policy of water and soil con-! Tallahassee. and Jacksonville I He also told of extensive Improvements '

,. a de'ln P example of the nd aerYa lion." Beach fffl4 to the gymnasium .
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Koblpgaid which resulted in % superior refinishing ,
ARE-- lions of visitors to the state and! I his connection as district Job of the hardwood 1 1 II
millions of dollars into the'till manager of Florida State Thea- floor and Interior decoration of I

That same appeal, plus business tres but will continue In the %he walla, with pads In the end 1.
opportunities attracted. last I same capacity with rtie 'newcompany 'zone for prevention of accidents I ,':' ., ,
WITH with supervision of I ," I, c'
year an increased number of '' '.. '
the Fort Pierce. Stuart Vero -
residents I
Beach Melbourne and Cocoa
WORLD TRENDS "In agriculture, a favorable ,
,reason and Intensive methods OUT FOR IRC TITLE \

have filled storehouses to bUrst- I Stuart Tiger basketball quip '

Citizenry Better Off Than ing FIRST FEDERAL tette defeated Delray Beach STATEMENT OF CONDITION
: "That Floridians rejoiced In 43-22 Tuesday night In the third
i Ever Before As the bounties of 1948 is pardon game of the conference season i

Year Ends I able but those who did so with LENDS $$392,650 With 'two wins' out of three .

I Ino thought of companion lily games and star technique the ,
a j'
Floridians stand
today after I must rearrange their thinklr't Tiger five Is already being cited Citizens 'Bank of; Stuart:
K the first full year of peace, substantially -
j 'this year. as strong candidates for the Indian .
better oft than
any '
time the I Highlighting the question River conference title j I \ ,
in states history but ,
needed I
Is to
marks for 1947 are solution of Transportation
Intensely ;
and more ordinarilY j such pressing I problems as agriculture -I, -- II take the 28 athletes to Clewtston ;
so concerned with national and i marketing, edu atlo!. A total of $2727368 In dtvl Friday night, Fans who" plan to STUART FLORIDA '
world affairs the research and : dens distributed 1944 ,
was during
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attend the game will be paid
I health, construction, highway ,
Industrial division of the Florida safety and the discrepancies/ Ui, ''to more than 900 members of the I car expenses If they will 'share I I : ; :, '
State Chamber of Commerce I First Federal Savings and Loan ',i\( \ I. ., ,
their cars with the players. Volunteers -", \ / f'
Income distribution.
I., commented recently In \its week* more important than Probably all of : Association according to R. Mi : should call Principal .,'t\i\\ \I'r 'rt ;'}J' ;,M, C ,_ ,I, ,

ly business review i Sedg*'Ick. Secretary-Treasurer John*Ick, phone 89, Coach I "
these are the uncertainties inherent or : "f i ,
"During the past year bust I 1948 the First I :, ? .
In national and world Chuck Kindred The game la ; \ ., '
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neas acJvity: passed aH expecta Federal received' substantialflow called for '1:30. \ ll; ,\ \, ,
lions: retail sales and Individual j affairs It la fairly certain thai'I of saving and investment : ; ',,,, \ ''' ",';,'':' :;' ''
bank transactions soared. Bant' relief from federal taxation will'' which brought the share I ;'; 'Isl'
(e come and that at least for the I ; 194 5
deposits reached new highs. Aif. I time being a holiday, Is assured I capital outstanding up to $1 SING SUNDAY i I .t. .
t record, number of new \businesses i 89438.33 at the year-end This Mabel
I I from new and much of the) old Mrs. Austin Davis, scolo-
were established and the percent I represents an Increase of about
government red tape How wide lot at Marks church In New #
of business failures was is this freedom from both of,,30 per Cent during the 12 York, will sing Handel Come

negligible: the researchers these shackles) Is the< thought i months Unto Himat the Presbyterian ,
I brought out\ I ,j In view of a sontlnulng large ,,' //Assets .
uppermost In the average busl church service Sunday morning l' :
"New industries appeared In ness mans mind today This'Joan: demand emphasis has in the Womans club building on .. ,,' I t \"..;,(" ,
every! section of the state and I shifted from that of stimulating Albany avenue'I I "
concern Is not related to his own '
astonishing volumes of construction lending activity, which Was the .
I business alone. but to others
reached the blue print like him throughout the nation 'problem throughout the war, to LEADING 6IIEEPSHKAD a%r," Cash on Hand and Dae I"i:, ;r iI' : (
stage that of and ; ; ; "
attracting savings llllman ;
from whom he hopes to securea Earl of Stuart land- / k
from Banks
"The appeal of relaxation in Investments Mr. Sedgwlck ,359,274.28 '
ed an pound, 2 ounce sheeps- '
steady flow of supplies and / / ; "
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Florida sunshine brought mil i It has been of :
states the pohhy
,materials" head this morning to take the ,, ,, J'/'I )
l the'association to pay Just as lead In that division of the Sattllsh I '" "/ ,'' United States Bon/s..... 51,353.30 "J, "'; .'", "' ,
I Ugh a dividend rate as Is com- Tournament. Mrs Bill Berry ,Iio' .
mensurate with the building up landed a 7-pound, 12 ourlce ,I ; ''h:'
01 LITTLE PLUMSER. FROM MARTIN COUNTYThe of an adequate protection In sheepshead earlier in the week. 'County and Munic'al : : i.; ,I ;" ;,
reserves and with a competitive I "
lending rate which i .i. Bonds .............f.......... 4 ,,325.5 : ,,
University of Florida at permits. Cotton Insulation Is being used r : } ?}
WERE 7Nt: FOLK Gainesville reported this week sound lending practices. experimentally In railroad refrigerator -! n: "

4 t't'I I lr"UT THE ACTION- I that 14 men from Martin countf The First Federal has continued cars for the safe transportation I ;, Other Bonds ........ ............. 50.00. >,'P'i: : .
to render a real serviceto of strawberries from i <- ',- '. I.\" '
I 4 IN A > [have enrolled for the 1947 term.Both .
the community In the promotion Louisiana to points throughout'' '
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married and single veterans ,'
h purlelNG SATE 5 I make up the majority of the Stu- t ot.thrift and home ownership -:the nation. I .: Federal Reserve'ank r ,' i.:,,: I::":

H' FACnoNy art club there, although last, One of the best mtas | Within the last 70 years high I ; r+ Stock .......... .....,........ 3,0 .00 $2,770,003.16 I ,41.
wes of this) service Is the gain
N year's high school graduates from school attendance In the United. <, I,
which has taken place in assets States has Increased 80 time :
here are also on the list I '
n fire The Institution closed! with Banking House
Pturj9 1 1946 over. 'I 5,000.00,
The students, as reported by I .1 .
THAT 1 I resources totaling $$2113.32303,
Swedish' pioneers are credited I "
university : .
: LEASES Donald E- Armstrong en Incense of $678.374.95, again with Introducing:: the log cabin I < ""* Furniture and'' fixtures 1,000.00
of 47 per cent. ,
r Jack Albert Brown to America I .'
ya Arthur H. Chappelka, Jr, The most Important development r1 "' '
Charles H. Coutant, on the lending aide of the \,;. Loans and Discounts ??.: '. 441.221.67
of the business has been the '. I "
John Browning Falle '
volume of loans to veterans It
\ J ,
Harry H. Hlpson. }Jr ;
Is believed that OI loans offer ;,
Thomas Alfred Hogarth '
Dennis 8 Hudson, g responsibility for service by r }, WrU.Ahmrf s *, :,\ ..'" ., ,',\ ?Io'r fl;,\: f, / I. ". ..lt ,217,224.83,'
,t 1 q Leslie Alexander Kldd, As savings of Dec.and 31 loan 1948 associations.the First t i t t i.r"" ,' ,I ;. ; ': .,,;:. Jci1 (,:., \ j./' ," I

I James Felix Littman, Federal had made 87 veterans .:. ': ,.:.) .,. I' ,',''t .i'\l\ i/''" .
James W. Norris '' ,
; loans amounting to (392650 Sparbrite is ready to give; 'H', 1/" /' ; \\\\1,1\\\ ,'I"" ., ,
William A. Oughterson, Ii ,, I''" ,
8 Andrew Owen Plttman, The association Is a memberof your floors and rugs the ;J" (
]Jr / : '
'Kenneth R. Wltlitts.CASEY'S the Federal Home Loan Bank attention they need. Spar- .. ; : :,, : .. :. I. I ,' .
_. System and the Federal Savings :\: .''' I. .
I ---- brite will I" "
meet '
any $ : ,\ "' .
: ,11' .
Loan Insurance\ Corporations, an competition: ,,' L. hilities. :' ',l" "" }i .. .

GOLDEN GATE CAMPBeer Government Instrumentality Each of the account Federal is Floors expertly landed :'"'' :;;;;';, "i' I k 1 'f' "i r> .'::';. \ I )::1"jl"? '
Wines and 'sandwiches Insured to ,
fully up $5,000, The .t
; Institution Is owned and and finished I YOU "j'': CapltalStock .-......,....,", ,1 /l' \ ,. $ 30,000.00 "
: .
aged by people of the community: ,

a and Is operated for the purpose FINISH C 'c. hakeli.. .' ', Surplus. ......_. ..--.:_;...... ',"; '" 7oooo.oa ,
I PArCAS of developing thrift and home laquer shell rnish' ,i "... 'j'

r t and OIL ownership. line or mbm' a /Undivided "iV '
< Profits ;.. ,
Open 7i30 A., M. to 11V> P,' M. -- thereof. All _t.. are 11022.61, -
I buffed. Also, cleaned ,, ;. t t. ',./ 'f, ..:
I StuaVt ra *
1\\ 1. 2 Miles South of on Federal Hi-Way-No. 1 STILL UNANSWERED Reserve' .
and waxed \ bakelite : ,, "'... ..:,.a.: .:.,:. 20,000.00 -
< T. Q. CASEY Last week there were JM, T '
topped and : < ,< : "J" .
this week there are only IM w eeL .

a unanswered letters ea Martin \.r'' l.i, Der. >esits ...... ;.. ..,._......_ 3,086,202.22
Asphalt tile an linoleum '\ It,?, _. "
County desks offering a thane 's, ''tint\ .: \. 'tmrefaswat, 'vra." ,1r
Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum to get In the fight against laying uaUabl

''j and Tuberculosis. according to Mr*. Rugs and carpeting cut $3,217,224.83t ; i ;
'Lloy. Travis, Secretary .f the ,
Asphalt Tile FlooringFancy and laid. :
: Martin County TJk and Health \'C fill; .

,I Design Work O\ Specialty Association Receipts for this Rags cleaned.Pickup: : .. ,. ''/ 1" .1'' I : ,. ,. .... aFM .
i For Restaurants, Bars, tVmcs, Etc. year are now over the ft M* and delivery. aenrk. .Tack., -: \
Will Install Anywhere. Fo\Estimates:Writ mark. Thta total compare I
ed carpets: cleaned 6n
To favorably with prevtoat-frlvM,
Mrs. Travis said. L floor J'

'( i J. BELLE Sanding and polubutf :

1 Practically every piney woods
Ocean Breeie Park .ten Beach Fla. machmea for rent. "
farm can grow Umber M a profit ,
able: crop. > : ,

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'SOCIAL NEWS. and Happenings- of t the WEEK IN STUART' News MRS I Items:office FRANCES for this before paper G.noon SMITH must on ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper ti

,Home Telephone 119-W Office Phone 309A't

: aTUDYOTHER SATTERTHWAITF.3, MARK I iiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHinii I I I I I l / l i I I I I I l l l i i I I I I I I I I I I l I GARDEN CLUB CHANGES McINTOSH-OSBORN j DUTCH TREAT CLUBHS with Dr. A. J. .L. MorlU and I Field, Careen In ElectronIcs. r !

The AIda Praysod CIA's .t udid Marking their ('tllver wedding AT COUNTS' HOSPITAL The'Oarden club of Stuart .'and Mrs A. C. Mclntorh of Continuing their weekly 'custom -e Modeling, Antique Shop Opera' ,
the topic "Do other religions anniversary' Mr. and Mrt. C. will ,convene Monday at a:SO Fort Pierce have announced the members of the Dutch and lion, Agricultural Engineering G
all?" at their .meeting' Monday Russell SatterthwalU of m W. Th first baby of 1947 born p. m. at the Woman's club Instead engagement of their daughter I treat club met for lunch at Tom. Rev. Mrs' T. C. Osteen of I Writing For Radio, psychology, $
Daytona Beach will be of
guests l lI
rtemoon at the 'church, Zola Fourth St. entertained at dint at Martin County Hospital Is 01 the Civic Center. Mrs Peggy, to George B. Osborn. Jr.. my's Thursday and then\ played Mr and Mrs. Wlllaford Ransom Fur Farming Biochemistry and

tfae Blakeslee gave the scripture her Dec 28 at the Lighthouse Lennle Stacy Waldron, son .! r... A. Arhogast, program chairman ton of Mr and ).frl. O. B. Os bridge at the Civic Center. Those Leach during the I Carreers In' The V S. Postal
casing. The story ot "UoloreV) Quests were from New Jersey, Mr. and Mn. Hubert Daldron for the day will present' a born of Salerno The wedding playing! were Mrs. Conrad Al-' celebration of the' Stuart Methodist Service. 1
f South America was told by home state of the hosts and ,movie; depicting the cranberry will take place Feb. 16 at the bracht, Mrs. Arthur Chappelka, I
of Fort fleece whe arrived Church, :Rev. Osteen Is a
am Croai; "Alter of Africa: by were Mr and Mn. Franklin G. Industry, obtained through the Presbyterian Church In Fort Mn. H F. Mason, Mrs. Talmadge
oyce Edenfield; "Sato" of thewuth Rue Mr and Mn. Charles Jan. 4. The Women's Auxiliary courtesy of Mr. and Mn :RIch- Pierce. Wilson, Mrs. R. O. Judson, Mn.' church former pastor of. the local Indian River Drive ,

Pacific, by Join Kickur Schooley, Mj, and Mrs. Holmes of the hosplUl will open a ard "', Smalley and shown by The bride-elect was graduated Ashby Arbogastlrs.: Saladlno,
; and "Mel-Mel" of China, TUton Frank TUton, Mr and bank account in his Dame. Dr. Howard Neall, Mrs. Ernest: from Fort Pierce schools and Is and Mrs,-T, J, F. Kennedy, High (Continued/ front Page 3))
jy Isabel Mathers. Others Mn, Randall Matheson, and Admitted to the hospitalwere Davis will sing, and a group I'of ''In the bookkeeping department< !ecores were made by Mn. Judson BOOKS ADDED TO ed and General Youngbefg will t

nt were Joyee HarrelU Miss Joan B. Satterthwalte. Mrs. William Dlerano; Wild flower prints, done In.watercolor ''o! the East Coast Grocery Co. and Mra. .Mason, VOCATION LIBRARY make his report on the procure I
pree-I I .Jensen Beach, and Mn. Mamie E. A. Mennlnger Rotary chairman ment of spoil are... Col. Jones
oyd, Betty Barr Patty byvMrs. Emma Marsh of I Mr, Osborn received his education '. \ I
Eubanks, Hobe Sound. Admitted of e-elub.spon.olored vocatlnal'lIlIrat i expetced to Join the party for I '
ane and Nancy Morrison, METHODIST TOOTH TO Mt. Dor*, will be on display. in Salerno and Stuart Mrs. "..C, Van Ness of Patterson
he Itaden. Mrt. J. P. HAVE SUPPER and discharged were Bach member will bring an arrangement schools, graduating from Martin N. J.. is at the Pelican Hotel ) at Martin County luncheon.
re and Mrs. L. C. Blaktt-j Fred! Orman, and Harry Se- of dried material County High- School In 1941. He : for .the winter season High school, told the club Wednesday '
Members of the Methodist I:
fentronv.:Jensen Beach. : that nine new books Mr, and !Mn. Robert Bram-,
---- --- Hostess for tea will be Mrs. Ar- served three yean In the Marine e t
FECIAL MEETING South Fellowship will bring a uuuuuuuuuuiUunuuuuunnuunPRESBYTERIAN, bogast: lln. Otto Hupfcl, and Corps, during which he was a'' were added this week. Bulltt up blette and son Jerry' from Den 1
covered dish to the church Sunday David Marshall
I was dinner
over a period of there arrived automobile In
'OR HOMEMAKERS Mrs. W. B. Williams. All flower radar technician and an Instructor years are ver by
evening and have WOMEN guest of Mr.and Mrs. C.M. Walker
now 169 different vocations Ankona Sunday. will be
Lucille Inscoe covered They
Miss Home lovers Invited. .
are at the Cherry Point, N. C. He
demonstration Agent and Mrt.i together. A large croup HAVE" MISSION PROGRAM on New Years day at the In volumes. guests of Fletcher Russell for I
discharged last June
ndrew plttman :nutrition: I of young people U expected, The Presbyterian Women's Association ST., CATHERINE'S CH "IR'TO sergeant was and has beta Martin at a Edgewater Apartment. The books are put out by the several'' weeks.; Mr BrambletteL ,
In the affair which beginsat entertained Tuesday -C- '
Join was
halrman of Martin County Red Institute For Research of Chi In the Jewelry business and la
for the
PLAN SUPPER County representative
fOIl have called a meeting of 6 o'clock afternoon by Mrs. M. R St. Catherine's PARISH chapter of theWoman' I Independent' Ute Insurance Co Jack Hartman, son of Mr. and cago. New volumes Include: Re- a vIolinIst In the Denver Sym
I Trimmer on St Lucie Crescent. Mn. Ralph Hartman sr, has search The
enrolled Careers In Medical phony orohestra.
U local housewives at the Civic Auxiliary of St. Mary'sEpiscopal The young couple will make their! _. .
Carrlel the de i
Mrs A.
C. gate for the second semester -- -
enter at p. m. Monday, to .fr. and Mrs. W. T. Bemby of church will meet In home, In Salerno.
IDCUW : latest hethodi ot I ClewUton, former Stuart residents votional. Mrs F. R. Horton was *Stetson University, Deland.
the Parish House

nod uturt, conservation sessions. and plan. II visit ,friends.stopped here Friday tq In Included charge papers of the program by Mrs.,.which Lillie Jan.' 13, at 130; P.on M.followedjbya MondajL for aco'l'ered HOLIDAY GUESTS AT Mr. and Mrs.- .Joseph- Winter- RAY'S LUNCH BAR .

Wily, Mn. Elizabeth Kara,, Mrs. dish supper, EARL R1COU HOME: / botham of Jacksonville Ill, have
W. H. Smith, and Mrs. C. A. business meeting. Preparations .John Ounsolu\ of SI Paul, SANDWICHES "
I arrived In Stuart and are at the t. COFFEE HOMEMADE PIES
will be made for the asnual parIsh Minn., was the h'i'iday', guest of
Lees. Others Mn.
present were
NOW. ON DISPLAY' At Lighthouse Dock Atlantic Court for the season
meeting the following e'fe. Miss Chn-Chee Rlrou! at the BOTTLED BEER
8. A. Marsh, Mrs. Blanche Low-
The Beautiful New 25-Foot Mr and Mn. Edgar Kendall
CORRECT CRAFT RUISER: rey, Mrs George Porter, Mrt. E- ning. home*of her parmts: Mr. and have come from Springfield ill. Open Till Itk A. M, /very Night 1
Mrs. Earl Rlcou. In EJdQl'adolielghts
C. Young, Mrs. Iran Taylor, Mrs. to spend the winter at the Pelican
Inspection Invited See Us For Details Eva Andrew Mrs. Joseph Freeman TOURIST CLUB OFFICERS Miss Rlc<,u. who Is convalescing Hotel. Drop In For T t Lade Hour Snack h (

Mn Fred Auld, Mrs. How ASKED TO MITT .! after an emergency .
Dealers For Ventno Correct Craft Federal Highway oAg&ite "Ed's" Fruit StarrRAY : l lI
T. O. Schreckengost, city recreation operation performed at Jargon
ard B. Lee, Miss Cornelia Adams
Boats of All Types e Boat Brokers and Mrs. H. U Lyons.PRESBYTERIAN I director, has called a Meriforlol lluspdtal' Miami will ';l combe Mr. and spent Mrs New Carroll Year's! day Dun.il In- I I BEHTOCK. Owner's'
meeting of officers and committee be here. until Fob 1 brl.[ Co. Fort Lauderdale with their son .
Hudgins/Bpat YOUTHPICNIC I members of the Tourist Club turning to her pot.Uon in Miami' -.
and daughter-in-law. Mr. andI
ON BEACH for Sunday afternoon at :2 I o'clock Also at the EJcou: honeI'll..
Hud ins I Mrs. John A.
/ Mile' N. St. tXe i River'U. S. No. 1 Hi-way Members of the Presbyterian lilt the Civic Center. It Is Important f I Hiss tatty Detrick rf OtelmSprlnR' '/; <; .. -- Fresh Home-Ma Doughnutt-
that Tourist Club executives quest of Ear) Over for
Sunday School went on?> holiday 1 V
Jerry Kerschner, National: AAU Made Twice Day
be present the New Years holiday EaU
outing New years eve to Hobe long distance swimming champion t
Sound.\ Chaperoned by Dr. C. A. Dyer left Thursdny for New spent the holidays visiting Chocolate, Coconut and Plain 'I
Carrlel Mrs. C. M. Walker, Mn, BISHOP AND RHODEHEAVER haven Conn., where lc Is In relatives in Fort Lauderdale

4 Karl Krueger. and ,Jdrs..J.ellte- .TO BE: IV!' PALM BEACH Il holography= school:- I Kerschner, who swam from Fort Pies Cftkes and RollsBJce4'Daily t

Pressel, the young people built Bishop Arthur Moore of the Mr. and Mrs. W. 3 Crabhwah! ,Lauderdale to Miami In 11 ,.
a fire on the beach roasted, Methodist Church and Homer ; I JT
of St Lucle I Crescent had is was stationed at Wltham hour.s.1 j
BIG wetnera, and swam In the ocean. Rhodeheaver, world-f a m o u s their guest last week end Mis during the war and was Handy Pan Pastry Shop.

SPECIAL I Those present were ,Frank, Betty !evangelistic singer. will hold 'a Marie Flick of Chicago, who Is sport circles here. ...
Lou, and Malcomb Matheson series of meetings .Jan. 12 18 .
I spending several' monthi In !Beyer Bldg. Akron-& 2nd St.
TRIPLE I Karl John and Rudolph Krueger,. at the First Methodist church In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Finch and \

Joan Satterthwalte Shirley and West Palm Beach. Many Stu- .- I Jerry Bruner of West Palm BeachXfre -- --- -- ,
VALUE E COMBINATION Jane Pressel, Danny Mlnnehan, art 'people plan to hear these Mr. and Mn C. M. Walker: dinner guests last Thursday .:..- ,

.Jimmy Walker. Betty and Flor- two outstanding men. went to .Jensen Beach Sunday to evening of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I II'

ence Meggett, Patsy Luckey, attend IJi* birthday fllnrfrr given Krueger on Egret Place. 1
FOR THE ianr or DISCOM- Dorothy and Mildred Clont, and GARDEN CLUB 'EXECUTIVES In honor. of their nm-n-law) I' A REAL OPPORTUNITY Ii I I '

FORT or qbicj AND COUGHSiSTUJlilT Dot and Dee Law TO HAVE LUNCHEON Ransom Tilton.Mr Conrad Roth has come from

22-55l| The Executive board of the -- Portsmouth, Ohio, to spend two
xlt iAN tA f MwM aw iwyw EPISCOPAL PARISH TO Garden Club of Stuart will meet surd Mrs. Edward Mnpp months with hl.eon and rlauirh-; II + FOR SALE i iIf

HOLD ANNUAL SUPPER Friday morning at 11;00 at the returned home Spt'irlsy night{trr-lnlaw, Mr. and Mn. Carl
i..d.rbIw CtICR.al/e. / er The annul parish suppef'iadmeeting home of Mrs. Howard Neall at after a two-weeks' trip to Texa4.\\Roth at their home In Tropical : '
BIBJ e.1 ". Inv Businesses \
easy akw Two Small
| cue nsut awn of the combined missions Port Bewail with Mra. I.-4 They Visited,' their son Rot'ert, Farms I ; .,
| | .f All Saints', Wa'l'' land, .
Decker as co-hostess. Following his wife and daughter In Fort -C- l
IM A I/I Y Iwfete. and St. Mary's, Stuart will beheld the business session, a'' covered Worth and also Mr. Mapp's I Mr. and Mn. W. Eglln Brad- I If FO TlCULARS ''11r, 4
In the parish house on dish luncheon will be served brother, Ray'! his wife and son ley of ,Palm Beach will sprndl I 'I 4

Third St. Stuart Tuesday evening In ,Galveston Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. ] I : 'I; I

paT AT ONrO gOYf Jan. 14. Supper will be Miss Edith Olenn, girls' physical -e- I Wlllaford Ransom Leach. Thel I SEE : /
served at <::3t and the business will fish from the ,
education teacher: at Martin Mrs. Lou Hilt Foster superVisor party i
meeting will be called to order County High School, spent last and textbook manager! of boat "Anne II." ill iI
at 7:1*. Reports of various officers week at Twin Palms Inn, Palm Martin County schools, has returned I -C--- J.eaCh"1 l IIII 1 1 ,

and organisations will be Beach, after being with her family from Jacksonville where Allen O. Leach returns DEHON BLDG. '* PHONE 81 r
received' officers for the ensuing at Tmssvliie, Ala., for Christ she attended a meeting of state from a week's trip to !
] .IlflUS nnup.PH year elected, and various mas. Miss Glenn's mother and textbook managers. I sailed aboard the "Malahant" ,
and -- --- a
matters of polkj -
11 progress brother will Join her this month I -' ,I
submitted for discussion and ac- and they will be at the Combs'Apartmenta 'Tlying their own, plane to Id

Use Rev- R. M. Fenton, prlest- at Port Bewail for Miami for the air meet, Mr. and 1

In-charge,' will preside. An eftt- the remainder of the season. Mrs Robert D. Martin, Jr., \\I

leent committee la In charge .f t -e- stopped In Stuart Tuesday tosee I BESS HARDWARE 1' COI! !y

supper arrangements. Mr. and Mn. T, J. F. Kennedywere his parents, Mr. and Mn..
the at Robert D. Martin. They will
HUTTORadio WSCS CIRCLE APPOINTS!! the Orange among Bowl game In Miami spend a few days with the Sr. > I
CHAIRMAN FOR 1947 Martins on }hell return-trip. L"
New Tear's day. WHERE FISHING BEGINS I i .
The Methodist WSCE: Clrcl eMra. l.a.e I' "
met Tuesday afternoon at the Mr. and Mn. E. C. Conger .f I r...
and Co. L. M. Johnson has returned
Appliance home of Mrs. I. L. Decker with to her home here after Elizabeth City, N. C, have takenan HARDWARE REFRIGERATION : i

the new chairman. Mrs. diaries undergoing an operation at Jackson apartment at the Edgewaterfor

Fischer, presiding. Plans were' Merorlal Hospital, MiamiShe the ...uon.e .' .
COOLED outlined for the new year and accompanied by her mother HOUSEHOLD GOODS -- ELECTRICSPORTING'GOODS ;
10 the following officers were appointed Mn. 8. W. Bobbitt, who returned Mr. and Mn. Russell Orlggs "

: secretary Mrs. A. C. to MlamlTveada, ,. of Colnjock, N. C. arrived Wednesday TACKLE
MARON MOTOR COurson; treasurer and bazaar to spend the winter. They t
chairman, Mrs. I. L. Decker; Mr. and Mrs. A. a Pittman, have an apartment'at the homeof ;
plant sale chairman; Mrs Harry Mn B. F. Blocum.P. .
have returned to Gainesville'
AN EI 'c' Light Plants Swlnglehurst Herbert'Thayer.t publicity Mrs. .jr where he Is a student at the University ; Mn. Alice P..Fatridge.... -- of Water. Paints and Oils and Marine Hardware

,, after spending the
asolin. crated) The West Farm Beach. WSCS week end with his parents, 'Mr. lily, N. C. Is at the home of Mrs he ,
has Invited' an, members to a E C.; Schroeder tor the season v
and Mn O. A. Pittman, ar,
Tackle lrp l Parts *and Service Iehe
Fishing /
COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD tea Jan. 14 In honor of Mr*. -.J. .:-. -S.-
Arthur W. Moore, wife of Meth- Warren Schwab arrived Tuesday Mr. and Mra. Charles J: Hadenof
APPUANCE9\ odist Bishop Moore. Mrs. Moore afternoon on the Championfrom Atlanta are at Maml-Battle-

RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS will speak at S p. In. Mn. W. O. Freemansburg, where creek, Miami Springs, after KELVINATOlfand
EXPERT Aldridge announced that the he spent the holidays with ,his spending two werks with Mr. CROSLEY- e
Florida Chain of Missions meets parents and Mrs. WllUford :Ransom
I 204 Osccola Aye" Opposite Fir Dept. In Fort Pierce on .Jan. 28. SO and -.. Leach.

31 Mra. George Barber 1s 1 In Miss :Ramona Klngsley of Se- ".-'C-

charge of the program for the bastian, who formerly lived In Anne' Wlnshlp and William .e
WSCS meeting at the church Stuart spent Sunday here with Leach spent Friday at the APPLIANCES and SERVICEOnthe
Tuesday Jan. U, at 1:00.: Her Miss Anne Plttman Breakers Hotel Palm Beach, as

NOW SERVINGIn subject will be "Children of One ....i guests of Mr: and Mn W. E.: .'

World". The public Is especial Mr.; and Mrs. R. a Judson returned Bradley. '
ly' Invited to !hear this well- to Stuart last Wednesday _.,, c.Ilea' ... 5:45'P 1,
r Air Daily : .. M.
the y planned program. evening from Chicago where they It Trimmer has returnedto _
I During the social hour birthday spent the holidays with their Georgia< Tech after spendingthe

MAIN ROOM'VICTO cakes with lighted candles son-in-law and daughter Mr, holidays with' his parents Day Phones 38 and 216 Nit. 44-R-4" Bo. N
DININfi were presented to Mrs. Fischer and Mrs Frederick Moyer.: Mr and Mrs: M. R. Trimmer at

Mn. J. Y. Harper, and Mrs. H. 7. tit St Lucle Crescent ,

JoHnson. Others present 'very Mr. and Mrs. Dave Christmas 1ltnsaalve.r -
8OTEL' Mr *". W. R. L. a o.II.ra. of Harriman Tann. are spend.Ing .

j. 1. Richards Mn. WalterI the winter with their son-ln-\ Expert Factory-Trained Front End Man,
{ Bishop. Mr Mary L. Leeson law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. :
Mrs. H. B. Swlnglehunt, Mrt. Oen. Lewis
HOME; / Herbert Thayer Mn Clay MeKenale East Fourth 8k BALANCING I
'S*. Mrs. Bells McPherson, -1-- f "

Served Family Style, In A Pleasant Atmesphenr Kiss Syrens TotUn, Mn. Waiter Mr. and Mrs. Karl Krueger
: Kltchlng Dr. Abbott Morton were dinner hosts Sunday ...... WE HAVE A NEW STOCK OF 600:16: TIRES }

.$J.bo AND UP I Miss,' Mary J. Ames, and Mra. B.C rung to Mr.and Mn Dave' Christ) -
Moor mat of Harrlman,T nn-! and EXPERT REPAIR 4PV'CE AT ALL TIMES



+ John Thomas'Qw n4 and. .FU-. C., arrives:today, to spend,ih. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP ARTHUR USBORtAND OSCAR MEYERS
apish G.r.arItf.f.Mgr.rn omena' Nary BppoUto.id season with Mr. and Mrs.Russell a
s. win;Lodge and Aguee-Coab-< Otlgg.' winter resident ..tlOai Nqrth Federal Highway Pisses 30"}> '

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llllllllllltlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMII* * i iimiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiMiHiiiimiiiiiii 'iiiiiiiiHiiiitiMiiiiiniiiiiiiirmiiiiiiim I New York City Is visiting Mrs.Smith's .I --ACIIO.; .BoII1Uon of last week', pllllle:. ,IL lane I.. .15'. ciw' how 'they.'ntM' t to contlnm j

tuurt ';c\w1\ FOR SALE FOR SALEi MALE. HELP WANTEDllItIIIIIIIluIlltIillIIllIIlIllllIlIuIulIulllllI 1 parents. Mr. and Mrs 1. PltcI54. n. ..,:ft'-"'" .. their, ra cbiz4 program.'

1 :jiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i :jiiiiHMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiK C. C. Jacobs this week. :t : 'I. /t/II Q r : Pi.lI'l4.1I5o.op.ue.5I ..Ib. --.10;

I R DALE Ten kr.ro.oj k<..... TIM coon .101' FOIl rOllM1I Mr and Mrs. Bill King and p F R Air E A GAP II. t.-.. 8'':, The most practical: method r

USED CARS t 1 55 511,5.0 5004 5.4. ...kklkmun. ('Isp, Avion. 0.rMM.*..I II AMY :tXD MASINI spIctAl.Mrs' AolC0AS1I son. Ra,. left Monday for Okee- I f Ii 545155_" A P R'I"'tw I EN rs4p.fl'.WnIpd "" propagating papayas Is to Plant

1939 Oldsmobile 4-Door boo. .44,14.055. .1 .. ..'... 304. 11... 0,14.
Is chobeeOeoift. A1Upp.trs ;
Sedan I .'. "," .... U 005551.: .elI 5, 4El I "MIP I E .. : the seed In pots' with plenty at
: _.__ __ I I't" ,... ",.f..c..., .n I. 5S.o.nyIs. Quigley spent Monday 1 s.bs.bvo." r 5 ASK 5, 'h. 8uddhletn. '
1938 Chevrolet SuburbanBoth ". '.U". 14-f..5 Old T ....... ..... III I. 4. 5.s1h.pbo.n.t B B B depth to allow,for good root Cfl33HO l f m[ in folly ...Alpv.d. II 1.. ......, I I night In Stuart with his aunt I tMud oloend L ;6 I RIA A C K .I .I is'II. Mt.-
cars very good .. :.. .m t. and tout the ,
0. PtIll.0"d I' dll"" and Uncle Mr and Mrs. L. C. jI;( ,youn"
condition ', J. It.kt..1n ..i. ._ A..... PhM..y, .... :. .. Rb:::: E i 5 U .I S H t 1 P'i> iS Hs4. is'sI .
I J." I t. Joh.'j ..'.1o i T_.*. ooa .44, .. 0 Moore. PE '5JlCLPs.l5PPo I seedlings in the ,field Wlthdul<)
Phone 291 I ... lOU, ...... Q. 11114. Ales.N Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Marr and tin"'I" .I END : disturbing _their roots
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WILEY MOTOR COMPANY 510155.151.5.. ... S p. .b.I'Id.,4.e.Mn. .e C .. -== Mrs. Jim Marr and children of I h. t......... V I A I BET A. ERE :,..... .., a '

4.. P. IS S III v.14 ,"' .10551,1 ,.. I ...nk.lo.o.1.5I.th.oo. .., 7t,11NIftIVE' I AP4l,4.15 =f LICAL ADVUTUS.MCNT
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: r."k" ; week end callttp : E : ..
45. :. 5.5 A.5n 41.5.1. I .. A"IO Hobe Sound were S I
Soft 551.1 l sS. ., 55041' ",_. "II .. 5 ....... ......41.. I tin SlI in Wauchuia iait week. i IL 1..1 ri.fno, : C !I !L"' E I E F toe T E ... Ceon "" ... NOTICE
APARTMENTS FOR RENTJIIIuIIIIIPIItIIIuIIlHhluIIIlIuIUhuIIuIIIlIIft il''! 41. Il'', '., It l.t5., POW p,0.... _... s.d do..eHyItlin. .: is. 5= 5.oSs J I f ,: E'> R I N E 111jjITcZ IIUTIII COUfI" P'LOSbDA
.... ,., 555.. ho.. 1 : : J.-MIT 0. 1447
.i5 4. .ot1.u.II.l.WIllI n.n See '. A., '. -.5.qo.lnlko Miss Ester: Ingamells enter- Ro .m.t.'u .- I
.0,0Ilp41.I,4u.es.n..4.,. II : 1.: :'',. .:1 :.\ .; IS A END' L EI51S1 0.- ''. a IIOTlCi 2 IS NtkkBT OIVKN Ik.) ?,
/ Ulned last week with a turkey : :;:::; ..... fltm ... ..
1105 NyC ., .14 l4.dIs.s..I' I *5.551 .s14. ,.. .iI'' ''ow Indop U.1aI. : : : .. | ( e of e. I'IM
--- -.- -- po4Iyet,.! y. 41o.do.4S.e.lS.LIln5,04tl 5.14: ttE-::' v..55. l.ql.. ... ...-. Slop .. fInd ewt 155.pslol at her home present : ... .:..II.n: _' ... r""dltln.t .... of "....,.. A 05 II 1511. h. ;
55, *.U'.eyn.osn., Sloe, ; A .. II l trad. >c. .111 ....... .05. II... supper I iRan. : .. 0. = ... t.o "; "" u tk. MURPHY ACT Ikfolf..k.
.I'Iy Se n... I 15, 4? 5 lllIllIIIlllllllllllIIllllIlIlllHllIIIlIlflhlI&TFPUND" .. Wop d..enR ps.51_ AppIp." were Mr. and Mrs. Ormaa Eggle : ChOPOeS: *-r:; SI. 1.42 : 5. w"'UfII' k.'y; ioi4br4 told ta *...., o-m,. ...... II .. ..I '.4 4pI' j I.. ,... U. .. A.e. .....,,,.. 5.4(54 ,..I "A.I_, .54. 11. 5.os.. to I/.k..,......... .1. 00..1'. :-. will W heof r.rt4 1'.: ..tIk -
LOST .. c._. ............ W... .. awn and son, Benny. Mr. and ,, ::- to. hlp05 505 .5 :
......._ .. ... .... :.. .. Mrs. Adolph DeLoach and son.I ,1. AT.=: 51 B"::. := 5 t: =: .. joel to' .... ..wI .. froth ..
i iIIf "' 11I1111I1111'" ""11I ""' '''''11I''''' lu. S r .h '._' iep..I r.n'l ..
I'OI'NI" !II.,,', fO_ ... ... Jimmy Mr and Mrs. Richard 45 511.rs.rt, ... ,.bU. '''rio/bl.. t. Ou'd.' '. lOw. .,. !' .. rolrr Ins OIP 054 .ll'k...... lit th. t....".........

!j [ V !!!4 New cottaA FOf SALE wWi two hip .1.1.t.S Stl .Offlo...1. 05... .... t.11 It llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WORK WANTED-MALE Overhlser, Mr. and Mn Ward .1. C'h'?:;,n.t.... 55. F.A'n4.,. 5, n::.=:" ::. ::. eo .ISIS..''..1.d>r.of.. rokrurr IliM *....lilt... A. 0.M,..,,,*U.S.sokIp.tlIln.
...., 1. I. Et',5s'l. 1011 tocISe
':I nl JllATLAXTIC Smith. Jay Dutton, and Mrs. tt A4t50'SSP. U rol-: nno.nln5 I. 'ssd .555.
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!fl.u I style roofs two Bedrooms,, 0 Id nkk k'lf-lt>*i csaiK .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiPOHITION & 505r7tP. .....1er I i.'i wi es .00 (05 .44.. elM .5. P15114

''t w !I '1 It '" living rooii, kitcheAette and L.ll. ; .h". v. 4hm tindrf. Tti.i WANTEDl A. ......1.. ... Ella Prescott f1. : f I. Two PrntiKod' :; .s. Rl VMpomji. or 'kotloHtk ,_ .., p.n.I "_.11. .555. "fh.., "
.! SOS* *l 1-.. Shr. .*...... II kudr ..... .. hra..... l kln. Mn Ella Prescott and Mr. fL a..... ..1 ... 1Ii. Wintl J4. AnU. ....el'llne.. ...sh.I1 P00'. _.. ..Ao In oil 5.4.III

=..:.:...:;. miles bath. Alftile| Jensen floors.\Thre.iixRio iniiimiimiiiiimmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniFOR I $ 1 J.C.....I..J>_. II. IS... .Ku.. ill. .OHM, and Mrs Orman Eg.leston have :::; ::.n ld:' :l I1i";:"" ". r>IMlollr rc**I.lr (ft I. flndoriuiMIhrouck Tpart, .. of .U-r. .,p.tnlnn_.. p4'i's ..wRIs4551t1. ..
tomrd ..
.... t*.. .
RENT 41 wllh a tfc Comp r UIMM. >
moved into the 8. D. Sever :::
Section. / large _44O.4S' DOWN ..ndlnIi. > S Stork. 11. LoU a. f. II toIM '"
\ IIIIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIMIlJlUlllimlimilllllrlllt house J. ...... 1)01._ SL. ABODEI II nod 00. Block I 1, CHI Ti-n. '

tOrRTAPARTMENTS I See ""--NT' Nntl .....11.... eul.....tS CHURCHDIRECTORY : The Sunrise S.kdlvhtoo., MntH.. ofof |. .,
canning plant W I. PB
E. Oakowsky .. .. ... .. i-rj-I- rr r flW" WW1. I I. 5..
StanKy .h 11&
.tnd'Il "" p-Trr Ii S-ttfra I. TA K. ,
FLOIIIDA '... I" 1 H,7ki .f ,'l4., A. .. Products, Inc. here closed Saturday t' SI.Loll. I H t hi*. :::..R.II A-i 41..4,
STUAllr. V.IM/ T-. II Plot .. Klpj ta PS .
January' 4. after about f Cloy M I _
WHEN AVAILAaLt tOil SilA.' ttMUfornil ,..". s"!. '. 1I1I1'S5W'nN 4. ftI': ..4r 41 P Co. BooU M t.IS. T
_.,...1, y.rn.h.4 110............. v. ru.t> *l.r ..(",>'i ituik i. illlllUlIllilIlllIllllIllfllIltlllIllIItlllIlSWANTED weeks canning beans, tomatoesand : i'
A i't..." 1,45'. .. 1.1t fl.'.. k.lt PIRST BAPTI-T' tomato JuIce. '. !lf .,.t. to 41 I.,. floli l| V* I
W. T PACET ,4,. ._ Imp. l lees "irJt. law" uS AiP.e A_. f:@ lo 41 taBlk' Ir Lt.j) ta It I,.
.....,'. ... ..... ....0... .'" 'al. 1IIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIMIIUIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIAN1H KEY PHIL MAXWELL: PuUc The PTA will meet Friday Vhxk I, .11 ta .Cl.loiidrr. nk tHkMl
TELEPHONE HISIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIillllllllllllllllllllll .. .. ." IV HUT, .._.lr'Ii.". ....... ZJ a .ukdl-hl. ., ...,. ... clock.
--- ---'- lth5t ...515.15.., _Pn..4,... ,.... teSs "II S ..nltIII ., .1. ... ".. .. ... t... .. .. ".. .. ......... night at S The program r r"/ E. W Cur r.... a. .ta PI IIIp.n\ II r .
i 5.5 : 004.5 InnS Sc. Ti-t !*... 01 115 .. .. Mnv14v W.Slp..Ja will! be Children and Music In c. Soettoo, .I" TJ. S/R.* II.
-I. el*. 51.015., 1 5. .55' sw.tons. 1 .," 1'... 4 -n'... Tro''._ Ut ._. .t-U.-dRlorkito. ,.I.- Ad.
., t .kmltvrT, rwlitM.. I ..te'f4 Mexico. r b7 I Po" Clt,. .. .
1 10.. 5. IIWANTED. W .. e. 1:..-.. Wonklp.A 4111.s 1 Qua 5.
FOR SALEIIIiIIIIIllIIIIIIgIIIuIIIHIlIIII''lIIIIIIIIlIl 1 .""' .. _. ...... ...... -: Mnr* to ..1..._ ta till. ..... .A ,, .. no I I. I'S I. 1* rf ".. 5w II,
.' $ 5". J.,_, W.55itSplInel'. "l's.1!.1I 5..ci. .,I. II s.d m.E 4.. tk* **.. .t kll4t*< duriu -CLEMNEINE' WS 5. Jo ..11Ja T. a. 85. a.L 4
I S,...! .... u Btwrtrt 'h ......... rI L..I.T i.T. i. 05 I* 54, .5..
I .. .. : .....oo4or- AT LYRIC THEATRE Ihck "C": Lot IILou "4",
I. I. fl. 55
)"II ,AU I II"" n ..Io..lln.. ''''. ..... I ..\ 14(0.01, III....... -,.,_ 33 ..u.JS ..< I_. 4.. 054. PIt, SP.5.ClIy..4.P5S
,. ,... .... lyrtlM .
n \I
"t.'l r. A t "g rtlIR rj .. .. Co.r.1
>R HALF:, 1>10 l-,1 1",,...ISk Is I "' "My parting Clementine nostalgic :
.. ,,,... ViANTrl IUI'>' ,h. kn.kfo.1 H4 Pill SAPTIST 11.15' TVu.
MlMl 1 I"'-.*.j,..,,,l I' tot, l-.UIH.. lit N.- in.lliliiHi .. c..n." 151, ,.H n,vkt tnliHf ckMln. N*. OrKtI Sol..... film of the Gay Nineties 310 .1' J81fi 1 S ..'t.H
r "I ".Il! m:"l r ''' 'ta 'i' > Atltiur. 4.Ilb.Id '' I dIl. K S's' Straol >.4 (,C.-id> 'JLl: >la C. E. aAEUL Snot MrII '. U. II ...I II >* -V] I..1
Of.; ., I" 9>l, ** 114 Ktwrt, tta.ModeriCon : __ It : 5.155- starring Henry Fonda and tliida LoU It. II M41 HU
t.. "" ".. .' .J ..>ti4 L C* inIdny .._. ._ Lyrlo' ... 44 I'f.a rr'I\: : \. > ...d.Ifta IS iiTJ 115.4:
I'' ; sits k&'l/T./ 1..1 n,.t.; I I....., ..", uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiinitiiiiinimiiiii ... >. a. ._..* ...nbp.! Darnell, will show at the :
; ;;7it.---l ; ,. I..jh I'. ....ltIl'4,'', .,"oJ, I 55t.. 5.5,".. I 7-... .. e. VOHO( .pln. .-I... here Sunday and Monday. Jan. ...... II. n. U. M .to*,. oil
'. M.C"l L..It. r...,. ......n! ,1544, ,I.J SERVICES OFFEREDiiifiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii '3 44 'IS. olio > .. II .ta.. ....k t. Clovoiaa4 Hn-i
.J ,' ; !, :: : :{ .ii itHLLZ.Srle 13 and 14. The film has received: '... Addition' SD of TricU. II *IA. I II
: --- --.... I ..e f. M, Mid..-o-k ,_. ......, acclaIm. throughout the ... II ...1.. CIty 7.... u h, CM I Irw. II
i Ift gi""I n K SI.KT.. jjj4I I4 cotntry.IiIhlhIIhuIIhIllIlIIr.IIIIIlIIIIIIhlIlhIhIhhIhh -
MilWRITrK (* nioU>l. 4. s co 5.045.15,14.14."
I*, Mo"I.I II f. J!. ;niTt3 |M, OR SA ,in I,.,.",. ,. :5', r. ,ublMlr, .....h''. I THE CHURCH OP COO 1. 'r .I :
It..,' '" h./I./ ... 'dI"k... MI.Uf Block t>h .,... h.. Jinx IfIIIl.:|| 8IU.TI P.. 5..n4.. L-u I >o4 I dork 145,5. UUrn .
f. / I sino Uf.\k 'liP.. Uk. .. ,, ;. : I .... w. r. _.. P.II .- ., ) .& *. Mil. oiikdlTbkjo" of .kill I II
l1)% IlA"M 2 Beiroon oule J '' t'ba5h ..IppI A. N. 1) .... K l> cko. of tot II. Ml,. aH.
.1., I' It ....... 111'1 Ii .'._ Palm News '' .-.. C...( T S. ... *. E. 41Clmtlt ..
'" Cement I'T r f, composition I'i; I SonS., Nlht' I'llWfld.y City J .u SS "' 'f1f1Sf c:*.' "'.11
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t\ .. I.- "..ftl...., I flituit 18-inch ASH SlIeSt YP& 44,15 Ii I: THII8TKIW OP THE 1NTTRNAI II
,..,",...,, .0_ ,,,, A.' ,,",dW' '.... hll or cx- I FUND or TIE SIamor
010....:. ":.J fan,\ odern sink, LAUNIYSERVICEYour IT. JOSEPH'S; : CATHOLIC By ANNA B. DAYlhhlllIlillllIlIllIlIlIIIIlOIllSIlIIIllhlIlhhIll I V.tJk 1" I Otrt.

I .. C...,... A.._ ., MMiiTnutoM ,,
h IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllWe electric hot] ater heater, I I V'w1. 5. (,5ARK.-I.I., .. A_.' L I I rtt.4. 04..
'j steel wmdo4Besiey Located in laun rv carefully 1I...... .'*; l..4.r I. I i4 II Mr. and Mrs. O H. Calkltu Coo..,.

Have Plenty of Add/i.1 No. 2, Stu.art. washed clean AJ returned L.I 0..>. I,II i, .. for the past four yean resident 1...,.**..,cimx.' t'wLtOAI. .

; That Good Grove .to you damp or Home dry.!I. Pint, Krid.r W nek ..tk 1 41CoafnUfi .... of Muskegon Michi where they J... .. IIIf ,
Sl-rdr 4 W I ta 4 I
TOOMER' Write ing and iron' ig. We will were both employed during the ADVtaTIStJIEMTJAMUS.
WILSON I P/O. Bex 1089 1":0';..;" Iu4) cuss t u4EPISCOPAL been at the home of Mr.
' Q. pick.up and d liver and give a guest they are occupying: They expect I.
FERTILIZER Stu f t, Florida .. war, arrived by motor Jan. 4 at< ,. THE CIIICUIT COILS,. IN ANifoI
''you two days *nice on this the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack and' Mra Charles Evan ,wherehe I to erect a. hom on. those MARTIN COUNTY. FI.O5IDA.

' See U* lot AU Kind* of economical Mt wash Rate in WM Tklr4 SERVICES' o1.... Jsk. Mrs Calkins j a sister ofMrs. U enjoying C visit ..Itb them lots soon f I tUNA'M CHANCES MU.LLa.: I

I llt SACS ''Il'S. ,. .,' SI, 8c nd. Weighedwhen I X Mwri. On the evening of ';an. I.. the .,.....fI.'
FertjilejRALPH per pop Llsk and.Mn. Fred Orman
: : stY, I. M tE/ ''i I : :- tt, Eh.s. 115W .., 5,', dry. Inimum bundle 5Moo They left here Jan. 7 for thel j Pabti City Congregational church MILIja.
ULM *MOTORS 7UI A M. Nvlr _..-".). nfr. and Mn David Waldron, held Its annual and business .r..nll
10 pound I I .,tt A M home In HIaleah and to supper
( k.rrk expect
Phone 9\1 rt." SACS 4..lI t ..'...stt'1s5..4 .......,.. ,, Both Ray ORDER: OF PUoUCATIONT
'I .' .'ll 5.05"" I'h..o. PI'a411 WET WASH 8c per Ib. 11 4 Hnl A.,M Pint Simdir. I Inp.SM.Ih.. remain there permanently On and David have beei meeting At which oTflceri ', THK UEPKNUANT JAUKl' II. 1 NIL-

Old Dixie ,SVrt .et .,....., ..sI, '.....,.. n'. PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY Un..A.55n.Ollop 8u.il.y.. ....In. Pnrr. their visited recently. dtcharged from 'the 1 for the new year were elected: I' IKR: 1.44 Emookr4.. W_
'. ,. J... *"' \ 55,... hll G.,... ..... Ii: IIh way they r.tK. T.U.I
t151'.l. 7,15 P. M. r.n.i ._I. ....'*. ...; .
?4t.td, 'Of "'..ka' .115.' .4 Phone 287 numerous relatives at various Army The supper was a success and v. .. ..s, .. .... It> .p.01'14
IMIIIIIIIIIIn.l', ::MlllllHIIHllllllliHIK ... I. t tI ALL SAINT Mr. and Mrs. Douglas' Leighton enjoyed by Me members and 551a. .... ..... ..IhI.d. .It i.e Alse.

XLf R.'r'' .Ml I I...In H..* 4.. -- -- mints. I i,U:: Z: =!! *lIp Tik 5.d.I'rf/'rrt: -:*
.... ,,,.. ., I and three daughters who many friends of the church 45. '
..10. //I. too. KI.n.s FOR SALE *
IIASU"'IIIPr TYPISO "5.n( SP04'Oly : Mrs A. W. Kuchler daughter .. ... -. .. ..
II4T ,
oo4 'wo'
l't.'s.' h.." ...Uf. ., ,. ''V".. Almost bedroom home ,..,.1.. h...* ..U ,.... .....'. I' Tubs ......' .In .0,5 .055. spent two weeks durjig the holidays Charles Sandburg of Mentor, wrk ...H wlH' W*.ra..>... I 155 'c to
!' ': \,. new 2 ,......... 455l45bl4. .,...... 554 V' ,I 55 A. N. Noly (;.-.h. of Mr. and Mn Victor Conklin., ... II..5. to0hpp .. .. .k, Or
-- -- furnished, located on a nice 15010,5 w_. lie ..... .,.'. tdETH Di5T arrived soon after Christmas SoT in Long iiiand, y, .y' with Ohio. nephew of Mrs. Charles I.... .5. ppbl5.h.4 1 ..... 'I ,.. S.
FOR 9ALEBUNGALOW )1,1 I'lt>"d.. I i FIIIST CIILtSC54a ?.!rs. Lelghton'a mother returned j' Krunini, arrived by (plane Dee. ,_.... _ka ,. TIt ,ua" 55.
t .
lot the St. Lucie ... .... .
overlooking J.. t. ... n. W. G. AI. ... P..'" a t phort visit with her parents ,I. ....'.... ppbll.5.4, In ..4, OoSn
Docks last week and reported a fine 24 for two weeks vacation bee 05.' rlurido.
1 Bay etc. i i 5.10 Th M.t55dj.0ftp..dp5 WIOD. Mr) and Mn Kuchler, formerly .
LISTS\ : PIANO TIDING' -P.wlrln*. trip. Because of the cold the UONK AND ORIirHrbcM. I.. $1.5
The price is very reasonable, .....P.... funoFr ..*Mk.l, .I ob..."4 ..n4H 5.45: :: ::.Slsd.' '5,5.!. ,ot Claremont Calif. are. now severe at; Krumra. home which he .. UU .f"I.' "$
NO 2 OR MORE LOTS i SEE BARNETT v sltta, bSpo..N It:. If..... i 15,44 INS 1411,11CM ANHIVEI. living at Rochester Y. where weather in the north they were hu been enjoying boating fish rm."t.H 'yI'
PART or TOE eHUIII'1 45.05 .
I 1-
.. ,...... .. U rhrt 5.15.
.' FRUIT TREES Three miles out fourthS I I -< lil /llrJi.io. __, prwkor. : *.*.ton' A. C. r :tii.ofI.MO be Is one of the |ns.ructon at ,glad to return to their home 1".nd having a general good :t-n-ty r.U =..Ck.CMt.'

i" $5,000 Street or your Broker : vmUN MHtII.: ,.. olbo. .. B.. v.1.1'. ; at f ..*. Com wrtor_._I to, .... i. UmmM ,, the Rochester University he?I. time. He Is leaving today for J-*.-t. 5.: *5. HIT

.. ..... r.d t. II." "" .s" 11II.\ .... U.D. uf Coral C.kta, PM., Mrs Rose Lelghton who spent his Ohio home. .
SEE //I".... J.".... ., ... ...'. .. 111!.1117I Ray Mason of Crestvlew haIL AUVEkTtSEMENT_

CHARLES CONRAD run $AI.., tl'i.,nt-Il 5l154l,51'l, I A. Inirli.tha .. .11 to tog. ..4. ckkr .> the holiday with her daughter, Mrs Lena Parker of Cleveland
SALERNO SHORES : kf. *,'.. .' ', .1 SISAiS. WIltel I ROUGH [DSY SERVICE I I| .tf ... ,UnAln.rrFIRST Jeanne. .and family, on the! Ohio sister of Mra Charlt MOTtel or ,APPLICATION'DEED / rOil lAX
I'II.b. I P 0 5" III, se $'. 11 .. .
LAUNDRY SERVICE PPUa'$7551A75I. arms, has returned to the home Krumm expects to arrive next 04.1.4. III" I. 1I5
.... W_. c..... NOTICE: WOTNK .I.H HtHl: : Y SOlVES Tk.nin ,..,
'J -- -- .. a I a, C A. CurM. po.lvI ..I,'f her son, Douglas In Stuart wk and spend the season at r. 0... k,.w-r .. 1 .. l' 1(m..
1,1111 4,51.1 N. > I.Kfi-U v..1ML f<* NOTR IS HKKr.r GIVEN tk. IS
WHAT HOUSING luii .unir.rn r < -nllhJu Your laundry carefully washed I lose .. ;. ..S.n4ir.. Sckeol. All d.II .' 4>......|...*.. of tk. M.rtl.! lAmMrAntlMoMnill. Mrs. Frank Kozelka of Chicago the Krumm home. N ISIS,, II, .:I>M 1154<4 "'....I.I. Is imj.ml p Jnl.51St(| 4.5 sISn.
50.15 it (ho.! .h.iMn..
If SHORTAGE .._. r ( I il I all Flat sheets, 11..1 .5op.p.. II.... i i 5,4. kId.. I.. (ho:...sitenS*. s.'d. .0 n will.55.1 10., la arriving this week; to Mr. and Mrs Herb Sudhoffare .05 NpISn'Ip. 0*p 5 Is .555144
High and dry SO a }100 :H ., m. vl.t r 4.:,.. >,.k< ., ........ 1.51.4 IkPlnO.. .5.14 I.1415.14 5Sn.
?- pillow-slips, wOF' and ,i tlul.. 'Sll wi .to 5.4 nO' tho .511. spend the winter' with friends' now occupying their 'new IS,"I lo'"v.' .5'. p4,4 ....404I.
ron> : :Alkvi-r av> :=I of Emu Cranr .t 11,40 A M.. ,"....., ,
I. 511.1451.5.
I FULtoo.J' wearing { for I, -Jr-Rft. 4Ajr". ". ..tllour 141k, 1147, for Ik. punk.Ml .' here and In Stuart.E. home on Cornell Ave The buildIng 15111 1. Lis'.ty wi $ rS5. 5

I deed. $1' home ironing. Wfe can give 'I ; .III >. n. VoWS S.rvlcIBLE -. .I,...li.........ll.t....<."d.JI rr ot .5. fullowlnfOn. ; W. Brown ion of Mrs. Jack U gradually being completed 004.1.54. U....1.55'4 ,I.....1 SIsh.1. 1.44.. .44.0 544.,

Warranty a* coon at ycu two daY ervlce and will ,I UNIOrTcoNCKECATIONALRKV III ..... orl i'TnrkIlk Llsk, spent the put" ek end as material becomes available. If.0.. ... n..... .. '
you mo Into shell of house : and'RSIjer I CAy ..-. ..... ..... jj with his aunt and sister in : '. :sn '
) strktions.No pick up your HARRI8UN1? tAcIAID. ..... CM Oil a,&,!Hnio gp, fV ni* vll* Rumor here has reported the ;;:; ,, ;",
No *: laundry. Use thiec'lR.eecaliservice | nb' .. ... ...d., 5.5.4. n.p.Iy.fU.l. w. Miami! sale of the DeLong farm home .. .h. ..''d _. .... a
OtotTaxes. Si..... tk. ...v...... '5 ... t.V. .
M.nIne' W 551p.' wTk.
I I for yourf family I I riikl U nomrrd. j i> nlrrt uf Mr and Mrs E. E. Stossell ard but as yet the sale has not teen := :.J'_''fIu

No string to deed. ,,, RATE ONLY PRESBYTERIAN" COMMUNITV .s.lI.d.. j jAutkortiod viiitlng relatives have erected! made 55.514 o.s.45. I. .4. ._,
'P It depends the
51uI! SlATE. Is. .14 'l's. S I on' present
This until I CHURCH J.n..py Illi I llf h> th.Antl ....art..,.. k.nI.. II 100 ,4 I 55*
offer fted .5, ,.! 5..,, ..1. .5.. ..!.. % so ,.i'"I' 'S lOc PER POUND 05. s..d v.,........ 01.... .44 Cesoy tents on palmetto Way vest bf owners being able to find Jiving ... I.ddp. .. 110. ..s4 .... .....HO,1-I,
25 families re ated Rdt.At 5.. ',, 5 5, ,P(tld 0.5"foIfl$$42 Weighed When Dry. I I RIV K. c. YOUNG. ,..... 'Moniultn Control 15501. the 8. 1. Crews home wlucn elsewhere CI... ... ., .U IhnnUl of ,.."'W.mi .
quarters .
I II ? s od.r.koi EDWIN A. MLMMNCLE.II .. k ik. asyodrybs"
on pro >ertyX 41505. IS,, IIFO :. ,__ '
PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY I I OIlS M.nln. eo.555.. T_. 5--V.- 1147 fDotMj -
SEE CUTHBERTv Aa. I. ... tkto.. ..4 d-I kf J.-.." in
SALE Phone 287 CHRISTIAN: SCIENCE SOCIITT. OF -_ I I (Limit Unrt Swll..
at Pure C I Station .TUAaT LEGAL ADVE T15EMCrrrREPORT I II 1. R. rOMIR'Clrk ''!.
foot lot located OF
108 fr
t on
-4--- EU Fowtk Stro,| __ ACTIVITIES I amit Court ot M.niI"$ : ""
4th St. an Railroad old H'ghwAy 300 yards V It .. .. 4.I.... ..>.!>-.. I OF CONDITION rtorl4o...

,.. \. Stuar fla. soutk of Ul ers, Garage. MURPHY FLQORISAMDINGANrVrtWSHlNG DONALDSON CHURCH-aT or CHRIST SCIENTIST CITIZeNS: BANK OF STUART. I The' County Agent's Colum ..... L S. TS ..J,t 5,t IMLECAL M...O.M B. '.
'of 5...",, M. .l. Cinty rkwM.. *ttk. -
;:; ;; SEE I ARNETT -SACRA k. ... .Uki* W .... .. .1*.. .) ...!... *..... a..... v- ADVERTISEMENT
El'S -.m: ?'.. I sft ( ,I... 3 Miles t 4th Street l,.,..--.... chIps. .IH, W. md .. 1M& J
.. ....,... PHONE 32.R By L M. Johnson
10 r." EltflM <.k r.k of ckrln.; _..... lIn.nghn.5 AsallTSc. INTt-TTIOK RICUIDFICTITlOUtPJS1
F O";.', s7" ,.. ... .,.......... J., 5 __ P. O tOX 604 Ik. wrid w ......,. 1....., II. ..... ........ p11k .15. I NOTICE- -: TO
0 .d ,.....".... d. II" H....'.. 5.i C.;0. ,. 5,. ..-. T.... Go..,.. Tnt, 4.VS.. .oo4 of .,..... ....,.. nnn'5. NOTIOt ID MEMkUV: (fVKrf lk.lUMAI. >"
-U,.. M. s'' L.. .. ."., .. U H 5,1, 5015, !551.5..*.1 ty. "I', fl5,5,,"' 1'tbnod God : o1v" ',.h 'an 1l.., .......... ... .0.5 _. Farmers who have not signed "Red." Hendrix, manager of the ..--....... .... t555pp. ........ S
H W U C.o.e no. slod I'' : :- Ill. IA" IS ppno.no wi .lIstl.s, .1.1.,4.1. their applications for paymentand (5.05. I...".. ...... 4 ......... AtO
Plying M.
- WE REPAIR 514(0 14 __ 1 Uol5.d, lito'. (jot..... Ranch has Improved .f154r.55lIrvSot. 50(15h4Oh. :" .
I BOAT FOR SALE IN NEED ;'(;iIiI.5 5.'. -S..SnSl,. .Stosbee. W..k ", th. ail k" ..it;;"'. .... .....II..IJ..... 411.15's.d desire to participate in thei947 200 ..ere. of pasture Mr. Ben Cls'.l5 ,1.l.: I. .
Phil P. Ih. 1_.......,.._ .. ::: :t'ofM:;
pIn, .'t? ,. I,.,, ,I IIt. | to '0'' ..' '''' ....._ SStjsSjI Agricultural .. 54,14.. .. .
OF REPAIRS .. p., ho..leel.41..5 i.toI, P.S. .5. IlbIo. 'A.d no ...*, dId ... I.... Ohll..1550/ ., $101. sod : Conservation cIH>>-removed stumps and lying of ..101:...!.. ., 4455. .55. 4k"U.
$55 ..*... ..4 ......... ..4 ...ke ... p.110551. .."Sdl,4.a 450.5550 Program .
Cabin 5. 515I.tsa.bl.Sd5 I'' SPEC : are requested to do so timber .. 11.1144 0.,
25' x 8'% Deck nod .-.. w .Iknh nod ..... T..... ..It 0(05. 0540. I14. InS from this acreage, disk Idle .."5.4I '
I \ Gray Marine Engine Poll sALL, ... LAWN MOWIiG SERVICE lull .I.....' .....,. AH 5. took '.IM .-.. "....... .... 5554Csp. cn or before January 15 h. A cd, fertilized with 4-7-8 plus .PALM. neese.4 CITY.. .'T.! '.1., CIt;
.I/IS.. s.d .55 5.4 01.., 'hanh. ... .... ,... 0055. 41. .... ...
I ..,n, enod ,, ,. .dk treat deal ot 55.45115051555.. 4.1 i.
I First $150.00 takes it. W III 54 0,4 II POWER 1Wf4 MOWER k .. I h.eI ..4 .... .11 dPn.I 01 .5" .I.. n....... 55,5 05 Interest has been minerals and sprigged and seeded .5,4. .. ,
I Also engine wtih HAVE YOVN CUT I..... It... II.. ........ .....v. ....u. ........ shown in this program and' Indlotions this ISI.. TlDIIAtt: '
I one Do4fe PUS ISIS' $5.4 .do.J... The __..__ .... ...,... Rh. C... s.d .._.! I I.. acreage to Pangola Car .... I0
all marine REGULARLYS.t. t. !..... p..... ,... .11.. .rt.... .... .'. are that W7 will have CfIy. r.
Conversions n..4. 41,11. 04.. At'. Ilk. 5,5.. ........ ".. *tdle 5.no .I 441IiI.57 pet Cuban Bahla,, and le..... 00,. U. IS. J... .. ..
I ,. UISSS. II, .ISW, .k. !_ 55 Jt..It s..h ... 0.0p4. : farmers
One new 12\olt: heavy REASONA FEE ebtS 5p 5. tho ..."e....." '55 .." n........ ,......... ... more participating In cola Bahla ,Mr. Hendrix plant .
I Duty Exide lottery 505 551.5. No.1 Is s.d 'I 5.1'.tthod.s' CHARLES H IACKSONIrdSt M...._1.44..... "TIM dls.lpIo 114 n..... II.... 52R5/ ........ the program than any time In to continue his' put awn WfrilNUIBKTIN ._:.
l.a ..a..s program,
5,514 b.ea I SonS _!.. 550.4 '
I Make me fan offer. ... Ph'.. Il ,.55.III. oo..nd'II. 80 West ) VhS ..01a S... .S.. ,...... 4. .So.II. .ra ..,,_5 .. M_ ..... the past THE CIRCUIT COURT'IN AND. fl |
Ask for Krofer at Stuart Write P. O. bos 485 II- ... Sn' I. I.. ....".... ....1...'_. ... ...._ ", Iooak' I. to further show the Interest MARTIN CHANCERY CrONY?. rLORIDA.IN

City Trailer Camp. Evenings. 5115 55.k hAU'Ik,III I I t.55.kl eh..I 4o.1.I., .5.04 u ,...7 ,='.::: "5.nooI45t.:dee. f..;.' ,!::: TOTAL AlBn. ...iI1: SOS this program has brought about High quality cr!kkt bought for CAU.IS *, M-CBAEY, I

..nAl.n. A Sn, In, 14o.ll. I .11.. .... th. ..... .,.. ... .,tri.... ....r. LI pasture pullet production In February, 1'I.toueS
lIPUS' II. 10' 5040 1.n.b5 p 4.p hy.o 55.11.. 'Ioa .*. ... n.IAs 151 ....... d.e..d ..,,.. I. n Improvement Bill
i .14415 514.t. Psn4eSnTilIlosEa. st.is. ....... March or April will be for CHARLES A, *CHAIirD 5
ttlR .A"" il-f',.. ".h''. .n. .kll' ..fth, .1.hI..l.* ....., Williamson an Indlantown ready LI
0......'(;..". ...... ..._ aoolh.t. SACS, 5.. .551,4 .40.. itS ISa 5.p.nI000 ". 4,0,4,1055? has ffcll egg production whenhe PUBUCi f- 500
.. ,. 50455! I'llllHIIUI' nillUIHHIIinuilflnill, T'' ..._... ., "41vua" rancher chopped and seeded ORDER e
..',Iith.,. P. It 5 u. 'lola.' ria.Jatt .0 fl 5,1 slI. Ct..o P5.1!. 05551 _, 05. '' TO TMK urruiDANTMrCRAKt C AuKSI
i.4.rn. 01,015. 5,!. S'sh5 ." .. I\io. rlce'Df eggs. Is high Leghorns
.. 5. p5.5. 55514.. ,1. 5.4.4 1' C.pIlIllIlIllIll = MO acres with Carpet Grass I YOKK fKNNSf VAIl14'w5

)''OR MU' S.,;,.;j.h. j-5'{.l-el.k.f Jo Iii,.II.5. 5,4.14 oh.oy. 5055. ES, 111110110 lIllIllIllIllIflI SALERNO NEWS =:'. of V.IU4 SU" tu... Bermuda .Oraas. and Cuban begin laying In five ,of all i

.". ..... set... .ed. I.eP. -_ ""..,.*....l (IxtoiM.l ., Bahla 'while the heavier, gen' ; :
..... 5.,._ h.-5t... Art", Do .... 11)11 SALE, II.. IO, sIlk coo ..04511HAL TICS I .l M-lao ) ___ '....1.... Orau. Mr Williamson :rt-:: i
S Ph..o ........ 81.. iffl l IIlIIIIIlIIlIllIIi hIll lSIlISIlIllllIlillolSll'EILII i By MRS. O. D QHGLIT 'IMoailUof' HUM I plant to fertilize this 900 acre breeds begin lay

;;;-L'I''. :; b..l: I'!.,, I., SOPS, ip. .l. AIIIIIHIII IHIIIUIIIIIIIIIllllllllHin ooUtlnl' ...ukdlvlokD.M.IU ." kuikOlkr $. .. 554.40,15 11.1..11. during P4?. In addition to the ing In! tlz or !seven months. =
5' 50,4. 5 I..n. l.L ii.. .e"IN.
op I f..4 S IS I 04k*
.... Mol......, .. .. ..,.k'... ..... Wn.d50, .ek.a5.l. olk. ,,,, l.dn.t. 4 a.,.. 5inIIJ0L I' Mrs. Ed Johnion: left Saturday ..... ofl 4_>ooi4TOTAL .S.k4. C'k. _. n."" past program: some S miles of ., -,..- so.
fee no.4 of" V. n.tn .h..s ditches have
... Anhr ...- .... n IC.tf 505 SACS, .$ I alI. I, 351lTICP for Cafleld 'N; 'c to visit DEPOSITS 555.4,155,0 been dug to remove 'blIp of Martin County's larg- ... 5 oos.5. 5.5505.4 5 51*

no.4 no 4. 5.,, $55.11, il-I 7 CAPITAL ACCOUNTSuldlftdW water from this improved eat ranchers Mr: R L. Chastain. .HI. CM-I> P1>H4BONB -, _,!
5054. ...&. I N,.k5d.,. ..4V.11 ,her parents, J4r and Mrs E. tJ C..loJo ...... .. posture' has Improved W4 ORDlllKO It SIMli. l
1.5 .41
II5.n..05 and seeded 1.000 Id. 154. fII5 4., 05 .saaurrlA.

iA.n he,... Poe1l. (1.41.. h.bh Williams.Mrs. I ; profit.Rim ;; __ ._. 1U ::: acres of Carpet:Bermuda, Cuban 4. 5.
"- !_ .d.5.I.Pn.. ISVYFWU PUS SAI.Z4 0..'.,. ItS Iow51.o.* eOIS 5.41,14555 4.. .4 hp sFlawA..05n. I' George' Oandersod and ,. Und. ooUmoontlr The CUrk W tk., ,. OI C.4.0.ri4514
following dally ration and
b.ulsl. _. '.' .. 14.501,55TOTAL Pensacola Bahla. Mr.
N..oT.C .It4"L0AL
CHAINS. u.n n.e .5. Mrs. rtitsy Andersou :P'ITn"IOI': .
motored have proved Chastain has
..d .i.te5i .5.1.. '1.1. 51,' *455'J..La. 1r'.s to Miami ACOOUNT* ....... "",."..t satisfactory. for one bull-doser I Iam
NOTICE, 5.... 4 dy.4, Mn. mitt on business Monday' TOTAL LIABILITIES' herd bull in winter: Two to working full time on his Martin ADVERTUEMENT
.111 5. Ii 5,5', ,. S.I,14ys nod I .Mrs. George Oebom visited relatlves AND CAPITA, AC. three pounds of I
5' See. OIlS., SOS SACS, I n ....n..4 fSIhI.S. .1141*.114.11II cottonseed cake County ranch' clearing land to NOTIC af semarnoee O R&G
I, .'. SIC 1.4. .ne. c..s $tOl 504.S.4.p.I lee.01.p nI4.0..50105..* pI.n .1.4.14 IlIf and friends in JacksonvUle \.. ='I\I..ii:, ..;*tu on good pasture. Two to three teed with Improved pasture ?lc'TTFSoul 45511.
Soil UALHI El.. .. ..... .., ......11... in ? through' the ) ""'. 550744:5 N 50515? iV1N (InS
1 f...i III Mrd ||7 II YOU WANT u d.ptor .. .04 to1Iday.Mr ._ wllk. ..04) pounds of cottonseed.meal and trasses Adequate ditches are .being .54.s.505 s.d., the .l.
1I..t": : i, n a,. i. fa: 505 fALL, 5.5 H..,.. .14 .,.i$. ,.. p.ne I and Mrs.\J. B. Sanders of ""'M .4 .(MM.twk IS to 20 of
5.5.5e.4.> $5yOS II.. Ils. .44.. 5.1.. ;:,:::: Homestead I. tb .. ....*.***. C*.kM'. of .... pounds silage or 10, dug through: the Improved I II 7r,44'.trg. :
--- --- AMTtRAT tk. MV ..4 WtUr Mto spept New Years ...........4 .k.*k. kr kr mnUr tkl tc 12 pounds of native hay I pasture to drain off surplus water I 00544 S ii. 5t4l ON54ta.
SALSi HH '". hkru4. .s tool b ,. l1fno0,. In ktei .. ,with Mr. and ).(n. K. A.T>Loach .... ...... .5.05.14 .. .,.. U 505 kM .. .5 pO
% M. nU* Where
..... ..-. .'ll'>d>. OM. enS, VOR 01,1, I. ,4 5..!,., ..5l'"1 D..I 5. ... of se _...... sod 5.1105.c'nIRo.A0SN grain la fed. eight to 12 I Chastalnl ranch 1s located I .qp
4 !
i >w> ik.-
..ItS .1.1.1 5olltA.t1." .1141 i'n..no11fll.C p.inly .55,.. Pur.Uh.d H. 45 5,14. dk me kkf.lli'.lM I In H Mdk and Mr. and Mrs. BUI PeniJams a. a, SMWMMI c<.kw.ti \pounds of a mixture of equal I four miles Wed of the Intttan-I :

Poyto. 5,5._ $. ri* .1.4.4. doll rU II (iZ. Bra HtOR Ui Ik.w 1.4. ANTURAT k s D,. Miss Zeporla Bennett left A HUDHOM putt of cracked ,corn wheat town bridge on the ro4 going ,5TV'll: 050115. 'tt5*" '
__ 555,5 l 14,4 lf I.. .. S .
pnd.ci. > I.50.4.e
.. 1.5.10. < Wednesday .4I1. ChIol I sill .
after 4 -
PX>E t.ALII... ISIS I"""<*. ri,.kn mi uck.,. klHl | 40 raU. Slyut, r* lSPtNCtK spending the, .. SSAIIDOHSta4o braa or middlings and pats Ua tc Port Mayae, I 5'P p,5.OppI 05
SW I* Ckrr.Wr. C.... IIS k.p. I SALKl AUTSACT RtMOKMrovraiNO holidays here .with her cuter, 005" ,.rf good ration.* :I AU of Martin 51.05,' Mist Ce .
link* ...... Pkratr. W I'." AIL or MARTIN Mrs ,r. A 0 of t-o-lr .ENo.Iss.s I County's raAch-
$.e. .5550. N.. S.y.4 '40.s.dtth. r OUXTt, COMPLETE TO JAN I, mi SUPPORTS I. .... Me' : DeLoach and I ,;Mrs. S-ora I! :::'uk.ulk-4. kfunw ers welcome visitors to their lm-
: .. w 1In.dy sos On',. :.., ("AIL SAM (OAT PHONE II PORT I klu. U.II. Unr*.,. till 0no. BUI Pendarvls.Mr .... Ilk .... -f J....... ISO'. Mother rancher hearer thestem
r- .._ 75.14.. ..... 5514. 4154CL rLA.In. A... P-i PS.., P1.4 7.M 5.pl. KTHkt CaAMVAJI. HAHCOCH: pioved pastures and are ready
.........."... J!'" .. t, 30, IS. : .andLMrc.kddls: Smith 6f ?_'4.. 75511. edg of Martin County, !and anxious to

I. ,. ..,..., ,. .", ..."' ; II' : ,r-jf. rf 'rare explain tftr- 5551. I
,.......J.:. 2' \ ': ., 5550ag., .S&-5 ,., 1 ',S

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oao A Pretty Fix' in 1946! The Wacky Side of Year's NewsBy I Ins material-they were too 1 product, McCrary point out, can 1 of a number of construction tiles t

s'&f goodl-Although he had lived : be made Into interior possible from the'same process.

lu Lakeland years before and newel post and Ihelvlng'l By adding more fiber, Mr Me- '

I CARLS HODQE of the table and his ear was drummer Invented a mechanical\ abandoned a stolen car when he his nearest relative remained bathroom fixtures, a* well as Crary can develop material whichhe
Stuart toat'doao AP' Newsfe tures Writer gashed baton.waver... in some war surplus discovered was a hearse, com there he had come to do an engineering I .
> used to erect the puter and Inner calls Palflber He also plans to
good he bought, a man In plete with corpse.: An U-year old Job which didn't quite
o. Listen kiddle, and you hall walls of the residence. The material i back some if the martial with
APRIL .:... Culpeper Va. made East Weymouth, Mass, found 64 In Vancouver, Wash In bed with develop I II
: Coleman hear Of the In has many construction cabbage palm lumber. With cabbage
and'lamet'' wacky act' a J
r? the news: a right-handed checkbook bars of soap on which was a broken leg, broke the other one Meanwhile, he learned that '
daughter Betty Jean, and dizzy year Virtues It will not rot or burnor palm.sawdust he can: produce '
/ for left-handed check written stamped: iSave soap to win theWar' squirming around. World War U had opened Up experimentation
It when rust. It resists termites It a convincing Imitation
Claude Walker and daughter was a year Boston .
(signed) "Abraham Lincoln with the saw pal-
The city of Pueblo;Colo,
lends Itself to The
air-conditioned pecky wood. com
arrtiD.'Tenno i were guests frantically chased a guy for two cypress ,
+ metto and M had become
Two escaped New DECEMBER Detroit drunk a source
had bar the Jersey
to put new on I Iundertake"
,, Colemai blocks up buildings. binations containing over 70 percent
Mrs Jack then discovered
Mr and they
coo: people kept 'petting the prisoners thumbing on a highway was fined for stumbling Into an cf gun wads used bv the navy
Although the stonellke filler of cork fiber sawdust -
visitors I didn't know productIs or or r
The were en why they were

day pursuing
crawled Into a to In short he became so '
lions Westchester County tt Y.. happily parlor, going I \preocupled -
not be nailed and sawedIlka .
t to''Miami for the Orange him, and neither did he. expensive by present-day can
| .
had na lions, only make-believe sedan which topped Theyhadn't : sleep In a casket. A Washington with the palmetto I and its '
standards it Is.the most durable, ,ordinary lumber
I tame a Chicagoan angry at ape*. A pranking writer distributed noticed It was full of' prison wife asked a divorce because I possibilities 1 that he decided to
.m r illss -* a trolley mortorman, barricadedthe letters offering trained guards her husband wouldn't let her II top off energetic career mak

( Mabel" M. Plnney and trolley line by lying down apes as servants and found a play hill-billy records: a Des ing a study of the hardy plant

i Helen MJenderidorp, teachin across the tracks ready ''market.. IN NOVEMBER A stranger Moines wife asked likewise because I.that grovel along the surface of.. Highest Cash For Your Carr

the, Arlington N. J, When a lady In Philadelphia' o struggled on crutches into a her husband suffering the ground I

ols., are spending Christmas grabbed for a leg of. lamb on a IN MAY something stuck at the Fairbanks Alaska bar. had two from chronic laziness, hadnt A native of Salem, Ala., and I WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES' y
anon at the St. Lulce Hotel meat counter, got It and then Treasury Dept It owed a Dun- drinks, ran out minus crutches' been out of bed In seven years a graduate of Georgia Tech Mr.I

Ij were accompanied by Miss smacked It over the head of agent kirk, N. Y.. sailor a tax refiihd of In San Francisco a thief quickly And now comes '47.Mr. McCrary early became Interested : We can pay you the O. P. A. limit for yoirf car whichis

ne,', 'mother, who will live who .also was grabbing for $22 Instead sent him a check In mechanical refrigeration, entering as much as you can get anywWre and

h her son Roy Plnney\ Init It e e for $555,55355 A,Marshall, McCrary Forms Company this field In Atlantic soon I II STAY WITHIN TWEiXw i
r new home now under con- : Minn, Judge fined himself for after hip graduation from'tal- '
ctlon in Palm City .' IN JANUARY a 01 who had he i I SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
overtime parking, and in St. I lege For many year designed
wed four local belle
... .. on a South Manufactured such .'
Joseph Mo., only li out of 88 Tp Manufacture Palmetto equipment
Pacific \Isle sought allotment for 311-23 th Di
J e
Ati. Fred .Bucey 'and O O. cars passed a safety test. One operating in cities from
enter and ton: Charles. ,r. them so :* could o.Jh: college'under l I was a 182 Model T. But flivvers Houston, Tex.. to South Norwalk I l Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 +
OI Bill Products in Martin County Conn: including 'New York and
d New( Year's day from leve. and a thief offered to hold a I weren't the only turners-about: II 1.
have taken' a Jersey Jackrabbit chased a dog Washington
|d and an apartnt -
bulky shopping bag for a lady 1 -
at Jensen Beach for the Into a bush, kicked the bejebbers I In ,JSiO the Bureau of Stand
waitipg at a Portland.Ore, bus P. R. McCrary, a former McCrary ha applied for
.\er. Mra. Bucey and Mr. out At him and chased him out 'ards called him in and he worked
ctop He took the bag and raced dent of Stuart and father of the necessary patents and Indeed .
% resl'l I
of : out of air conditioning
enler,are aunt and uncle again a system
away Th bag contained a dead he has Samples of the glazed '
r H. H. ,Hlpson Is president
Stanley ,JTJtchlng. I the cabinet room In the
dog the lady "'II'taklnl to bury.I' finished prodiHT1' v.Mch are
e.. JUNE'S crook-ln-oMhe-month new corporation, the Florida Palmetto -'' somewhat crude 8ufare homemade White House All told he installed

Immy Walker, ion of Mr. and i FEBRUARY -.. A newly discharged stole three signs In Spokane Product. .Co. He' has and were fashioned in difficult I five refrigerating plants In! .
C M.Walker: left Saturday soldier decided to surprise Wash; the signs said "John Scott chosen: a plant site at Stuart' circumstances I Washington government build y.

return to Battleground Aca- the family back In Sparta. for sheriff A Wilmington, Del., on the voss-state canal 'where In addition he credit several !! ings. When World War t came ,

ny, Franklin, Tenn.. where he Wls, sneaked Into the old homestead .. window cleaner was pinched for he plans to manufactur.thePalflberi valuable by-products to the ten. along he went with the U 8'1 1

a senior, after spending the In the dead of 'night and looking Into windows after work- of scrub palmetto and acious saw palmetto, whose bulky I shipping board as an engineer "

Maya with his parents. Young Into his parent bedroom nicked hours. and a Hopevllle Oa,land cabbage palms for the many uses root soaks up minerals and water Amony his various achievements r
\\iker Is captain of the B foot- on the lights and shouted lord tried to get rid of his tenantsby which his years of study as a by pencil size rootlets of average McCrary. a member of the p

I 1 team. "guess who! Stranger popped ripping the. root. .off the house. chemical engineer, have revealed. five-foot length and 150poundtensile I I Society Engineers of.appears American to be proudest Military

growling, up In bed. His family 'Angeles bus I strength Important a- of the medal 1 awarded him
had moved, IN JULY a Los In a letter to the News, he said. mong these are heavy contentof I.I gold
I. I driver kept up hie chant "step to 'i. hope to get started on the tannic acid and dye which MrMcCrary by the Jamestown Tercentennial
If the rear of the bus please but Exposition In 1907 for his work
MARC Chicago actress plant some time soon I am getting say he has Isolated by d
REAL nobody budged. So the driver got In refrigerating machineryNow
had to Join the musicians union" order from all sections of the mechanical process Possibilities I. ,
74 old MXrar
cut and went home. A plane years Mr. )
because her' the V. S. and also from, some are glue and varnish
role in
a play required
I lent himself to endless study of S0
chartered by a helpless husband
that she play'eight barson foreign countries I. would appreciate which would be extracted probably -
swooped low over an Oregon cottage the palmetto but was handicapped -
IESTATEI I a piano and a cup of coffee a notice ln and a note-addressed to from the first. He had no
friends that they heat.
my may
V& a Sacramento. Calif
man facilities for his
his wife tumbled down tied to pursuing experiments -
In the hospital. The know I have not forgotten them The chemical products open up
coffee! was *> rock: It said "please come as this was something
and Stuart"Mr valuable fields of experimentation. -
hot so the man choked His false
I Stew
I ; of all kin'dlfor teeth slipped and cut hit Up. Un- home I'm out. of! clean:. sox McCrary has designed In addition one of the l leadIng He to solved him.his problems by using -
machinery, containing a roller pharmaceutical concerns has
terved he fell from his chair
I sale.Also AUGUST The MP that Ft a band saw and a local sugar
I been
His head bumped Into the press and shredder, which he believe making a diuretic from the
comer Sheridan sent to Geneva 111, to cane mill and fashioned a shred
will separate the fiber and berries of the palmetto for years.The
I rental and insur- pick up an AWOL ,private went cork running about 1,200 poundsto fact of this effective medicinal der from a wood paddle containIng -
I half-do7en nail and takinga yN18
AWOL too, and from a Olendale, the ton of raw material. from element hints at the presence a
I Calif, office somebody stole a trip toa hammer mill In St
once. the liquid content Including the of others, perhaps some
I I'I'I Expert book, "The Art of Stealing Literary dye and tannic acid, which runs. vitamins. In the edible "bud," Louis In all. a ton of palmettowas I REYH r/S round-the-ctock i
Material When a Dallas fcbout 800 pounds which grows up to IVs Inches In broken down for him by the bus service be4Greon all East st cities offer the t

Edward MRealtor I Watch Repairing postman took a reporter to see a If all goes well he believe that diameter and 10 Inches length. mill In St. Louis moil convenient, lowest cost wo travel. Go andnroMle

duck that had bitten .him the he can manufacture and sell his Beside these possibilities are such The cabbage palm soon enter return at your own convenience, $to or

/ bring Your Work Home duck bit him again best material at a rate which products as the building materials ed his experiments and he began or go straight through. Your choice ofUbutei
Its bark
r sIN by concentrating on
would construction cost toM Industrial fiber brushes
At M West Third t run ,
I succeeded Its -even more frequent service between certain-
He having components any
P, O.Arcad Bldg. SEPTEMBER a prisoner JO a square foot of floor spaces ,' rope cushion fiber and a paper
liked Detroit jail so well that compared with'' $4 to $8 for pulp ground from the palmetto separated In Lakeland metropolitan cerrttrt.
Phone 19 Charles H. Jck.on he refused to leave, and the good ordinary wood construction And stems and sharp frond Granu- using's carpenters hammer atone S

I old Army still was going strong the $4.50 cover. the double wall' lated cork 'from the palmettoand stage: Meanwhile he accidentally Jacksonville Mil Miami $2.07

It sent an Englewood, N J", veteran type, with ltone-hardlnner and the cabbage palm could be discovered the way of St. Augustine J6S Daytona Beach !.8g

a._letter saying sorry It outer walls I used in linoleum floor composition handling the cabbage palm to Fort Lauderdale 1C7 Hollywood 181H
make It to the
couldn't bring over his Englishwar : more susceptible
National recognition was given tile, shelving and bathroom
bride. It. already had Mr.McCrary work In developing, fixtures.In saw Ai proof. he has thin strips Melbourne I.... Palm Beach .80 11 S
of the wood, which Incidentally
BOAT SALENew brought her over this heretofore-waste product of view of the tremendous demand -.
Plus 10' Federal' Tax
will bend! at least three-quarters
Florida in the following article for housing materials the I
because his by George Anderson In the December McCrary studies In that field ap- without breaking. And the sawing CHISHOLM'S CAFETERIA
I done Lakeland lumber
orchestra leader had Invented a Manufacturers' Record: pear to be Of the greatest significance was by a

and Slightly Used mechanical drummer a Chicago The parasitic saw of scrub palmetto Especially ,Is this true :I mill He with estimates a circular that saw.he spent Stuart, Fla. Phone 9156EVE'RYTHING A N$ +

.II which cover an estimated because of the palm history in '
$7400 on the experiments. Soon
1t4'' million acre of Florida relation to building
he found that he could arrive at
Gibbs Sea Skiffs
land, 1 is In the econonifiFnews To begin with, the members
REALESTATE these days Not long ago,a Washington of the palmetto or palm family a gratifying result simply by
mixing saw palmetto cork and .sc
D. C. firm. the Palmetto Including the saw palmetto are r e r dr
NEW 15OFF LIST PRICE! fiber \with the powdered lime
Fiber Company launched plansto the toughest of the tough. When
stone and the chemical The mix- )
build a $950000 plant near liner means failed, they stopped
One Standard h.p. ture Is made at about the consistency -
& Stratton
12FC 3 Briggs I
Punta Oorda, Fla. for the manu- Jap bullet heading for our men
of bread batter and placedIn
inboard .nin. facture of heavy Industrial fiber the Pacific.
, Nine' 16-Ft: Standard, '3 Ii-p. Briggs & Stratton from palmetto. In the last war 111\They might shred but never a mold and formed without t t
In shape desired
inboard engines. navy gun wads were made from snap off, under artillery fire pressure any
Capable of 700degrees
One 1C-FU DeLuxe IQji.p. Onan inboard engine this source :which would ever ordinary tree of heat withstanding. the stone)ke
But far greater economic pos- In wind storms they have ,
USED *.. flbllltles for the Saw palmettoand [with the force, but remained
Ines 'nts the cabbage palm from standing under an Impact that
FIT 16-Ft. Standards,, 3nWBrtf g* & Stratton which Florida manufacturers uprooted or splintered other

,inboard engine ,... _9495
M C have been "cooking" whiskbroom trees. For.many.years they have
Two 16-Ft. Standard.* 6.>/| h.P- JW s & Stratton Sales and Listin ough- fiber for half a century are Inherent stood up as piling withstand ELECTRICAL

inboard engines ... ....* :?& $595 out Martin oun in discoveries claimed by ing both salt water and brackish I

P. R. McCrary, mechanical engineer [atmosphere
W. ILTO of Lakeland Fla As a result palms have been
has developed a mechanical process material but never have been used
99 U. S. Highway No 1 Kru.er'Billd; nr of separating the fused on a wide scale or very effectively i

South' End St. Lucia River Bridge PHONE 161 toughness, or aqueous fiber and pf course some houses PHONOGRAPHS '
cork or. pitch, contents of the have been made of palms. Including f3

; STUART FLORIDA, Horn Phone 158-M palmetto; that by adding'powdered the simplest type of log heho
r limestone and a chemicalhe l construction At the proper sea ZENITH RCA VICTOR WESTINGHOUSE '

can turn the cork and fiber son the palm will respond /more ..rtit
Into a building tile of stonellke readily! to the axe than pine or tit
strength and appearance,' that oak )
he has found a means of gentlingthe 60 this was the situation. wten
Because of IllnessSTUART cabbage palm to it can be Mr McCrary returned three years IRONS l ELECTRIC SHAVERS 1e
sawed more easily and used more ago to Lakeland: The palms were

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.ROTARY lB) Fiji; Years I Bro. Lane name ta hot on that Land. and retired In 1824 He Ave. Methodist Church I at Cocoa. ,,I home with 20 enrolled; today it
, Rev. W. B. Bryant.* pastor It times the original enrollment .
law saes Vat The Her, T, W. Moore was received his tduc&tIo4'and ministerial Tampa, Fla. many r
1, 5 J..d.r uta from December 1901 training at Rutherford Rev. from December 1934 to June 1935 modernly organUed, Ralye
'j (ConffniHfrom/ On) the pastor J. E. Mlckles served from
,, SM IrS LL page W Bryant and the writer were directors
E. and consecrated
In North Carolina and I trained
Is College
S FFORi to 1902 There a mlsplng" year December Milts December 1919 oo Cast a a.ea1'.5
% JAM PEGS I and 't\u burled! at Columbia,I, between Lane and Moore. Was later was honored with the degree and had 20 addition to the classmates In albama W* Joinedthe and teacher The youth work III ye.rqhI.
,/i Florida\( the Church without a pastor or of Doctor of Divinity by his Church. Brother Mlckles retiredat I Conference together' In 1911 had tie beginning In a Christian ./ Is l.. as.,
Rev, W. F lane ass, pastor I, nts there a pastor whose name Alma Mater. Dr. Chapman was, the end of his ministry He!sat Peniacola, Florida, 36 were Endeavor Society, then an Fp-: ForRi..r 'ngBy
does not appear on the Register ,,, the father of one of, the coun- was pastor at DeLand tor' *four received Into the Church during worth League now the Method Hosu+'e, 7 WVM.
from.December i898 to December
I I,I i jot Pastors? Borther Moore re- ,I tl y'. noted Penologist, Superintendent ,.,ara. He marlred th<' daughterof ; !I bit ministry here Brother Bryant 'ist Youth Fellowship From being
Fort Pierce, lorida 1 1393 the available records fctlved five Into the Church. He L. F Chapman Florida a noted County Judge there, 4.a builder. He has done his best Itself a Mission, the Church has L ( acP
show four members received I passed away December 30. 1807 I I State Prison at Raiford, Florida The writer was Brother Mlckles work: where a new Church or become a missionary reaching 0..Box 79A
FRTDERI'm'ePORTER that year. Brother Lane did no. and was bulred In Miami Florida. Brother Chapman passed away ,pastor and found him still active parsonage was needed. He built g.ery'nook: and ,corner of our
F.ot S list remain In the Conference. but I The Rev. T W. Tomkle wa|January 14 194, and was burled In the work of the Church the parsonage Hastings,one of country where missionary help is
Roo 2Saari. where he went we know not.We I pastor' from 1903 to 1906. His was 'In Orlando, Florida. thought advanced In ,eara. He best In the Conference. He i is In needed and every continent and NEW BOOK FOg
., T eatre Bldg, have before us a complete listo the longest pastorate of the !1I Rev W. J. Bartlett.was pastor:I"i greatly loved In the! city where his third year at Boynton Beach.' major Island of the seas. with GROWERS
: illfnmbers'( ---of the Confer.-- I Church at the time he was assigned ;December 1910 to December 191S he was pastor four yean and I Florida and characteristically of great-work embracing program'
-'------- to another !charge: having i Anothft thre year pastor, He 'ffhew he has lived' over 26 yean Bryant he Is building a new ot World Service for Christ The:!
served Stiur. for three years 'received 25 people Into the I I MARTIN COUNTY He was also a man of wide, ex- ,{Church according to old records! Bourn was pastor December 1921 The Rev. K HOUster wa pa.a-I goes *'o people who speak
: i perlence. having been a pastor 34 ,His Is another name that disappears i l to 1123. This Church hu had k I tor from June 1939 to June '3'1'.1 more than one hundred language ; )- eteawr"As.
WELL DRILLERS years when he came to Stuart. .' also. He probably transferred long succession of good men M land had 20 addition to Church *. Truly we can exclaim TREES
: 'Dr Tomkles had been a pioneer to tome> other conference pastor but none wen better (membership Brother Holllster: Behold what 00 d hath
All Type of Pumping I minIster In Folrtda and had or- took the relation W'OUlht.Throu.1I the heroic
i ar his name doe*, not appear on''men than Benj D. Bo m. Be supernumerary son7a Rtomos ASS iOttvull
NEW&QUIPMENT jeanlzed Churches that are 'nOW the list already referred to. has served some of Out !best I II year ago. because of poor effort of a long line of
" I''among the largest congregations' Where he served before comingto lurches and 1 Ie now pastor of health. He lives In New Smyrna,. devoted p&liore'and sacrificial,
r Charles M $esJack\ Gipson iln the State He pawed away: Stuart and after .he.left, we the Highland Ave, Church In Florida. member across r total period of
318 E fourth St.I' Garage Apt. I November 25. 1921 and was burled i I'do not know. ,j Tampa. H* received 21 members Rev, T. C Osteen was pastor more than fifty-three years;(73, F
Welt of' Dr. Parkert Office ,In lamps, Florida. The Rev, V?. J. Bartlett! was'I In Stuart. from June 1937 to June 1940 and people have joined this Church:
J .Just I Dr. Olive BO<
for one year. December 1906 tol j, *ho was pastor for one year Eadl'1 I two years Ion to 1925 and received largest number In the history of
===. ------- -- December\ 1807 He received three the time..
--- : cember 191J! to December I 54 into the Church Dr. the Church to present
Itito membership of the Church.:A short ministry but what 1914'j I Jones was, another Of the unusually He I Ie pastor of First Church, STUARTCITY w
] Other churches served were !I sults) Re received 47 people ,' long list of very able Daytona Beach COMMISSION

I I Plant City, st. Petersburg and ,the Church that year. We do not preachers who have served fitu- The Rev.C.W. Martin was pastor Regular Meetin aitOO K ....r
Lemon City: now Grace MethodJet !have available the record of Dr art He came from North Calo- June 1940 to 1943 and received Ma OrR
\ Church In Miami For a num 'I dads ministry, In Florida, but he Una where he began his ministry I 46 Into the Church, Brother P M.
t OR oslSO bet of year" Dr. Boggess was a' Was pastor of the largest lit 1890. Serving Important 'Marlin retired, In 1945 and lives 2nd an 4t
full professor In Southern ColIrge | Churches and Presiding Elder on Churches In both states Dr. i nthe State of Kansas CIotk'$3.501 Paper $
.ii He was one of the most several District. He died April Jones passed away April }13. 1M2rnd it Rev J.'P. Gaines was pastor WFDNESStuart dity YS Order from
scholarly men, to serve Stuart' 22.1933 and was burled In Lakeland ,' was buried Jacksonville. from June 1943 to June 1945. He i Edwin A. Menning
he retired In 1930 and lives In I Florida. :Florida. received 25 members and t Ia the .
"The Flowering Tree
Ocala, Florida. Dr Gogges successor The Rev A. T. Gallaway. want)1 Dr, J. D..filbert! was pastor from astor at Bushnell He bas recently Public Alwas' el erne Stuart Florida
was the Rev 8 K Jewell pastor from December, 1914 to December 1925 to June 1926, andreceived \ been bereaved In the death I ,
who was pastor from 1907/to i Dec. 1914 He received eleven 42 Into the Church. Dr. of Ms father, the Rev H. T
1909. An old Church record'thows I!new members In to the Chureh Slbert' had the unusual honor of Gains, the 39th of November lastat :I
the names of 24 people i i Curing his tWQ year pastorate being Presiding Elder and pastor the age of 90 years The writer :
who were received Into Church I i Dr. Eads had received 47 the pre. ct Stuart He was Presiding Elder wa his pastor for 4 year at ANNOUNCINGThe
membership by Brother Jewell ceding year As we have seen a ever the Church from 1914 to Hendrlx' Memorial Jacksonville
This U not he original record I year of such 'successful evangelism 1917 Just here it might be noted The Rev W. O. Aldridge Is certainly
riQwever he mal have received ; Is usually, followed by a that Stuart ha had seven Doctors the Slat pastor' and probably : I Opening of
\ even more It Is sufficient to I period of smaller gains but a ot Divinity: as pastors, and the 32nd to minister to :
r note that he received the largest valuable year none-the-less, be*, one pastor, [)r. J. H. Daniel who "People called Methodist in Stu-
number of any apstor up to that I cause it Is as Important to relate has been so honored since sen- atr since Dr. Blackburn began THE RECORDSHOPDrop
FEATURING date He evidently left the stew members to the lift and activity ,Ing the Staurt Church. Christian Service In 1892 or 1893
I UIIE>_ IL1 rt At IUe OI11S! )J A Florida Conference for the llt of the Church. It Is also'; The Rev t. E. Wright was P&li i Brother Alrdldge 1* still doing .
of deceased ministers of the Conference to be remembered that the beginning tor June 1926 to June 1928 Brother the work of a Methodist minister ia and elect your fuva f recording If wtdon't
Gird HER O LYWOODGI docs not include his '; of his record year 'was Wright received 77 Into and doing well; 38 have been hare it W* will order it tiona an

MS 8A L 1. E T name. Presumably, he transferred marked fay the greatest disaster membership In the Church.. received to date and other for. increasing from day to day.In .
to some other conferenceHe the Church has expelrenced Brother Wright ministry in the ward movement mark his mInistry -
d had a fruitful ministry the during the more than fifty years Florida Conference wa marked; thus far If he can stand Room Formerly -Occupied by
'town of Stuart and the Church of her history The fire that destroyed 'by successful evangelism and It the terrific pace he I Ie setting for ,
grew In members under his pastorate the cherished house of I J. likely that ,1 but>> few pastors In himself, he will set other marks CHRISTOPHER tfEC, SHOP
I worship on January 1st, 1916 'the State have Jhe Joy 6f receiving lor his succeeding brethren to
THE HORSE THAI MADE THE PICTURE At this point there appears to And so his record years was one as large a number Into the shoot at. Lyric Theatre Bldg.I
|be an error in the chronology\ Of organizing foe rebuilding and Church M has Brotljer Wright: Wa have traced the growth ofthe
THUNRHEADWED. o' the pastors of Stuart. Dr W being a true shepherd to a discouraged H* retired In 1945 and live In I Church from the Home Missionary -
1H 1. K. ,Finer, whose name does not flock By the help of Montlcsll. Florida. I Dr. Blackburn gatherng .
appear in the list of pastors at the, General Board of Church I The Rev SL Hendrlx was the.littl. community In the ; EXCLUSIVE AGENT
all but who was one of our Extension and sacrificial giving I-pastor 'from June 1928 to June: tchoolhouse the organizationof
former pastors seems to have by the congregation a new and 193fl, Thirty-four member were the church In 1895 >. the first.
: I .followed Brother Jewell,. for in more imposing house Of worshiprose received during his pastoral: Sunday School meeting In a prl- ; FORCENTURY
ah, old record of the membershiproll from the ashes of the fir, Brother Hendrix served Ha-itlnj ate home the first sanctuary
there appears names of peo- and the present Imposing sanctuary Charge and Wlddleberg Charge, of worship which U still a Douse I n .1 e
5 ole received into the Church by came Into being Where twice each. An unusual exepr-, of God being the central section i /BOATSRICHARDSWKaUISERS
'Dr Finer during December 1909. {I Brother Qalloway Is today, ItI lent: for a pastor to be returnedfor of the Episcopal Church vThe
: JAN. So at this point, we Insert a word i I living we do not know, as he Is a second pastorate to one First Woman' Mlsl80narr Solely '
-about Dr. Finer who served some the last of four former pastors ,Church, but,this brother wa a: date of organization unknown > .
i( Matinee and flight Mm 'of the largest churches in Flor- 'who Is neither a living memberof repeater In two pastoral charges but first. officers were
i: idaIncluding First Church Jack-I the Conference nor resting He retired In 1944 and lives in Sirs. Thomas Hograth. Mrs. A
:: at3p.m.and8p.m. sonvllle. First Church Lakeland a hallowed grave within the Conference Bartow, Florida I R.: Kruger, Secretary and Mrs.
,1 Show Ground at Sluart Ball\ Park and if we mistake not he was : Re!.. E. M. Rooks '.was pastor- Walter Kltchlng Treasurer From I
I pastor of First Church Tampa Now.. have come to that period from June 1930 to December hose day of small beginnings! ,
and Trinity Miami In his prime where records are more complete 1934 The writer and Marvin the Church ha grown to become STUART MA INE'' SERVICE''
years he was considered one of so there I Ie no heed for detail Rooks were reared In adjoining a modernly organized IniUutlon -
the strongest preachers in what About the pastors as records Counties In far Western Florida with above the average I Phone 33 Stuart BOil 96FIRST
y9\ t E a was then known as the Methodist are available for future hlstor- We knew each other from boyhood acuities, for the work: of "ourday.
ALTAMAECIRMAIU-S OF TIIEAIR Church South It Is most regrettable Uns; It could be'said of Brother 'I .
IIIMKS/OWSATI.IOii WtAlfOafAAt that the loss of old Dr J. H. Daniel came a* pastor Rook as It was said of Barna '
wolf Orr C At A110 M.I
.1 cords prevent us from Including In December 1916 and l remained bas "He was a good men and
': [ BUCK OWENS 7FUO 4Clti LmERTX HORSES more definite details of this for
full of the
t only one year, Holy Ghostlilt son ,
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n..uw.r..w o+ wa..r.r..a.w e .r e. n.
able minister of Ood what a year Eighty-three addition John J. Rook Is In \his eighth _
6 1 6REA11ElUl1dORALESiROUPE DOwH rEA P In the sequence of pastors, Dr to the Churcb membershipin year a* pastor of Trinity Church FEDERAL
J. 8. Chapman... the next pas one ,ear' Dr Daniel has be. St Petersburg, Florida. The old- '
i.Li- THITU.S..CitWHS-clOWNS- tor of Stuart. serving from December comeone of the leader of the Ere member here who, remember -
/V-k 4U .tMMKOtATS>VIA ifc*IWOMtR3 MlllTAa POMKS 1908 to December 1910 Folrida Conference. He has been will be glad to know that
t f Dr. Chapman came to Folrida District Superintendent of' or. John 1 Ie regarded a* one.of the and Loan AssociationOF
WELD WISTPPE4fNTFD8YfHf dIMK EMS : from the Northwest Texas Con- ]undo, Tampa and Jacksonville rgoat promising young preachersOf Savings
carOisa c, ras> :c'ws RC ,iNVi uvs. 'Terence, where he served five District pastor of among the Conference Brother E. U.Fook .
terms as President Elder Dr. Churches and la now the popular I passed away May 17 1931

I 351..uS. [,; SO"AV,1YL ACRES n. rt,.,. ; 50 r 5'"w!s I Chapman was pastor of :First pastor of the First Methodist ,and was bulled In Alachua, FlorIda INDIAN RIVER COUNTYFinancial
Church Orlando Riverside Park I II Church. Coral Gables I .
I Rev J J. Jones served the Rev. A. C Riviere.wa* pastor
., Church December 1917 to December I tram 1931 to 131 He received Statement December 31, 1948
'" 191$ and received tea 30 nto' the'Church. Brother .M
into the Church, 'He retired lnI I Riviera )is I leader 1 I. the field ASSETS UABIUTIES:
We Incite YouTO 1031 and lives at Cltra Florida I,o' Christian Education In FlorId '
; First Mortgage Loan '
He ha a son who I Ie an honored *. being an approved lnstruc _tl.S01.706.3g Saving nd'lnvestment'Share
Loan* Secured by Share ,_, ,
1.100.00 Accountj.. .. _$1,58UM.S3
member of the In
florid*; Confer ter many of the text beaks on -
SEE OUR f Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2'1'.100.00 Mortgage Fund Payable* ___ 104,969.37
United State Bond % ....:..,.?....,.. 145.000.00 Federal Home Loan Bank
7', Furniture and Fixture -_ U25.oo AdYJetces ____._, JJS.OOOW
'IMPORTED and COSTUME -r i Other Asset ---.__ ,_ .,_ 1,452.28 Other LlablliU..' ._ .. ._ __ .. 833 M
'Cash on Hand and In Bank *,, 132.839.3P Specific: Reserve -t t) 97000

I JEWELRY ? '7/te. General Reserve 67.52000
Undivided Profit 23.57171 9206171

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itp'raOR CIAL 'NEWS and Happenings' t of the 'WEEK IN STUART New MRS.I Item office FRANCES for this before piper 0.noon SMITH must on retch Wednesday Society the Editor newspaper P k ;

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w ISTIPATION Vacationing Students Return To Matousek-Graw Nuptials Solemnized At HomeOf I ST. LUCIE HOTEL with Mrs. M. R. Trimmer, presl He,will return to Stuart_ Saturday II
Bride's Parents in Orlando December 28 GUESTS dent presiding. Plans were d

Risky In I Of Interest to a wide circle of I Among the guests registered made for the monthly meeting

.D COLDS Studies After Holiday GaietiesAfter friends in this area Is the mar. NEW ARRIVALS AT last week at the St. Lucie Hotel next Tuesday and activities for ,
undigested I rlage of Miss Lillian Elizabeth ATLANTIC COURT I the next few months outlined. Albert L. Ha ett S
beawmmee.u were: M.j.] R. O. Watson, Greenville -
round f festivities Draw of Lake Susannah: Orlando Recent arrivals at Atlantic Coml dor Stanley
and a Hte1 or- holiday I Hitching
liver S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Bookers Tax
Back to Florida State College formerly of Miami, and Otto 'n4'
our reso Court Apartments include Mr:
leaves for
student are bound (for C. today Jacksonville to
end Forbell Shelton Conn. Mr.
wintertltaerulg Matousek of Mr. and ;
Wish th treatment schools and colleges this week,to for Women go Margaret and Jean Mrs Ralph Otto t. Matousek, son of Chicago and Mrs. F. Carhart, Marion,: and Mrs. M. P. Royle, Oaklyn attend the annual meeting of P. O. 1111 ;h
this chance begin a new semester's work. Farker Peggy Jo Ulmer, Mildred Ohio; Mr. and Mrs R. Sheppard N. J.) Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Shrop- the Florida Inland Navigation Stua ride :
t ho Stuart formerly of Fort
M Cabo t o every s rao hlE Highlight of the holiday season Ciontj Jeanette' Rudd, Minnie Pierce Beach, which took place Watertown, Wis.; Dr. and Mrs. I IS. shire, Atlantic City; Mr. and Mrs District of which he U chairman. I' ,

ones lit out Wineenv WM the formal Christmas homecoming Louise Oreen;' to the University December 28 at the bride's home Saladino, Brooklyn N. Y.; Mr, M. J. 'Kahn and. family, ,1. ,
to aware dance at the Civic Center Florida and Mrs. p, Avery, Three Rivers i HawklnsVllle, Oa.r Miss Mabel
youu of branch at Tallahassee, The double ring was
honoring alumni of ceremony Mich: ''Mr. and Mrs. T. Berry i COMMERCIAL and AERIAL
avoid a**Id.Nosh.abs. Martin ; M. Pinney and Miss Helen .
performed by Dr Robert V. Mc- .
Paul and Gerald
Use as Thomas. Returning
County High School. Numerous Fountain City, Tenn.; Mr and
Miendendorp. Arlington N, J.; .
mm"oT Caslln before an Improvised alter
parties and family celebrations to John B. Stetson Unlvtrslty banked'with palms and Mrs. E. Schulte, Detroit; Mr, and Mr and Mrs. Miles Fl Holllster PHOTOS
SiC rounded out busy days for vacationing at Deland are Sara, Rol The mantle held Mrs A. Morrison, Wellesley and family, Ponte Vedre, Fla.
students. lins, Donald Burroughs Jack an Mass.; Mr: and Mrs. O. Amsden' PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT
arrangement of white chrysanthemums -
Ooggess!, Joe Courson, Henry and Cuba N. Y.; Mr, and*Mra HRhlnerson ItOTIIS ENTERTAIN FOR SALE
gladioli, and
Beckman, jr., Bob Knowles. Waiter Rockford, 111.; Mr: OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS I GUARANTEED
cut '
flowers were used elsewhere ,
dio or Appliance Troubles? Wells, billy smith of Rio, and: In the house. Olven In and Mrs. a, Hektor, Brooklyn,: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roth were
Blunt Oldeon of Jensen Beach. "marriageby N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. J. vVlnterbotham -i hosts-at Christmas dinner at
her father, the bride wore a TROPICAL PKKO SHOP
-- I Miss Charllne Keith returns to of Jacksonville III; Mrs. their Tropical Farms home.
aquamarine with
BARTLg.TT'ROS. 86uth Georgia College at Doug gown crepe A Warmoocl/ Springfield, III; ] Quests were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. lr
I real lace trim and a white flow Krueger Bldg. Next 'Western Union
las, and MIss' Lorraine McPherson er hat. Her bouquet was white !.''lr: and Mrs. W. Conner Miss Nourse, FelUmere Guy O Nourse

for to Centenary Junior College, tuberoses and blossoms Pauline Conner, Lyndonvllle,' end son, Phillip of Fort Pierce, .....
Hackettstown, N. J. Returning to centered with orange Vermont; Mr and Mrs J, Drnek, Capl. and Mrs R. J, Nourse and
I orchid.
ST.EFFICIRELIABLE Bolles School are John ,Priest an A Culver, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. C. Miss Ellen Williams of Cherry MAN$ PAINTED ADYELTISiIO!
string of pearls, gift of the bridegroom
SERVifcE II man, Evans Crary,Jr. and Buddy was her only ornament. Calhoun, Cuiven, Ind.; Mr. and I Point, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Garn-
Crary, James Mlchaelson goes Miss Elizabeth Ambrose of Win Mrs.J. Brownell, Clearwater; Mr. der H. Townsley and":'son, Robert,
\ back to Principia Schol at Elsa, and Mrs. O Harmon and Mrs.P. ct Lebanon, Ohio. .
ole Ave, / Phone Stuart 209 ter Haven, a sorority sister of
2 Stoats Oak Park 111.
111; Jimmy Walker to Battle. ,
the bride was maid of honor
ground Academy, Franklin, AIRS. CIZEK HEADS N
and best Paul
man was WIlcox of
I Tenn.; Joe Phillips..Jr. to VMI Jacksonville BAPTIST WOMEN HAVE EASTERN STAR J
a fraternity bro-
Donald Hartman, Danny MlnneI BUSINESS MEETINGThe Mrs. J. J. Clzek was elected
,Following the cerempny a VIIE)( illWAYe
I ban, and Bob Diamond of Hobe Baptist Women's Missionary president of the O. E.: S. circleat
reception was held in the Mexi-
Vacant, Improved a Sound go back to St Leo's. To Union met Tuesday afternoon Thursday night's meeting at
can room.,The three-tiered wedding
Riverfront Propert' the University'of' Florida at the church for the Woodman
go cake was cut by the bride Hall. Mrs. A. M. Johns 0.130X 501
Some ExceptionaUiuyti&vaJable Arthur H. Chappelka, Jr., CharlesH. and served with champagne ,to monthly business meeting. Mrs vas elected vice-president; Mrs 1
Coutant Harry H. Hlpson Jr. the guests. Ed. Burgess, president, conducted I Orin B. Cadwell secretary; and
Tom Hograth, Dennis Hudson the session. Reports of cur- I Mrs H. E. Reddelien, treasurer --- --
O Leslie Kldd, James Llttman. William The new Mrs Matousek is a rent activities were heard from A social houiWollowed the business -
TTO'REGISTERED BIN Oughterson, and Andrew graduate of Miami Senior High each committee chairman. meeting Those present were

O. Pittman, jr. School where she was editor of Mrs Clzek. Mrs.''Johns, Mrs. Red- BuildingM'ateria.
REAL STATE KCRPortable the school paper and valedictorian
lOCAL RESIDENTS SEE (delien Mrs F. F.. Mauser, :
Next Door To Stuart 'News ST.. MARl"S'CHAPTER of her class. She attended TANGERINE BOWL GAME I O L. Rowley, Mrs J. R.
PLANS BENEFIT PARTY Stetson University and is now Mr. and Mrs Jack Coleman Mrs. Ralph Ulmer, Mrs. J.MrS:1

.............. Mrs Isobel Ferry was hostess enrolled in the Northwestern Mr. and Mrs. Web Ordway, and Hilton. Mrs f, L Steelman,
Monday afternoon at the Mejas University School: of Journalism Mr. and Mrs. Al Schrigley went Flora Corbett, Mrs S. A. )
tie Apartments to St. Mary' where she graduates In March \to Orlando for the '. and Mrs. J. W. Gllson, ,
WELDING Service Delta Delta Delta is her sorority. gAme .
s Chapter of the Episcopal Wo- day Tangerine Bowl between -
men's Auxiliary. Plans were After graduating from St.Lucie Catawba and Maryvllle PRESBYTERIAN EXECUTIVE Is Still Scarce I

Anywhere -. AnflimeOXYCENACETYa made for a series of benefit County High School: Mr Matou Mr. Coleman attended Maryvllle COMMITTEE MEETS BUTCasafurn
games parties, to be held in the sek received his B. A. degree from College. Friday U Presbyterian ,day at
, E/R ELECTRIC Parish House. The first one will Stetson University where he was Red Cross headquarters when

be Friday, Jattr-lt.' at 2 P. M president of several honorary NEW YEAR'S PARTYAT members of the Women's Association i
WELDING orlMTTINGfN Present were Rev. R. A. Fenton, scholastic societies, associate editor FISHMIOL sew garments for Europe's r Co. .

_Miss_- -Matilda------- Ttnton. Mr---. -and of the year book and the literary A large gathering of winter Impoverished children Last Friday .
FAGEN CHASON'S SERVICE STATION 1 Mrs. J, C. Hancock Mrs George publication, sports editorof residents and their guests welcomed members of-the Executive
McBride Mrs. Pauline Potter, the newspaper, and secretary the new year oMt a party In I Committee of the Association Is Still Doing Its Best To Supply You
oral! and let St Phone 9122 Mrs Horace Atwood, Mrs R, H treasurer o( his social fraternity the lodge at Fishnhol Port Be- took time out from their sewingto PHONE 66 ; (

Knapp Mrs. Stanley Kltchlng, Sigma No. While'working for a wall 'Those present were Mr hold an Informal meeting, J
Mrs. William O. LIU. Mrs. John, master's degre at Harvard Graduate end Mrs. George Baker, Mr. and : t

Hilton Mrs. P. M. Colville, Mrs.R. School of Business he Mrs Thomas Evans,Mr:and Mrs. r 'J
A. Tunley. received orders for duty In the Charles Vergos, all of Raymond.

ORANGES ___'_ I Pacific as supply officer aboard N. H.; Mr and .Mrs' Robert: West.Palm Beach Directory
(TEACHERS MEET ONVISUAL the aircraft carrier Natoma Bay, Horan, Mr.: and' Mrs. ThomasHoran ,, t
EDUCATION I II with the rank of Lieutenant.Now Mr and Mrs. Charles
$1.00 and $1.50 Per Bushel WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH I'
I Three) specialists In visual! edu.- : attending Northwestern Larsen. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas fl ;
See Our Shell ovelties cation: will confer with teacher University.Law School, with his Wood. Norman'Wood, Mr. and THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE '
of Palm Beach County and surrounding bride he will return to Chicago Mrs Wilfred Mahoney, all of Waterford -

WE ALSO SHIP GIFT/ACKAGES. OF counties at Palm where they will resume their : Conn.; Mr and Mrs. D. III MOORS tO ss's eons' HAWTHORNE I r.
Beach high school In West Palm studies following a. wedding trip. A. Meyer and Miss Mary O'Brienof ROO NG CO. ,, '
FRUI WHERE Beach January '13 on method Lima Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Roy I '
of utilizing motion picture films' STANLEY KITCHINGS Derlnger of Anna, Ohio' ; Mr. ROOFIN rr/ METAL I .'t'tlutING

E In teaching. HONOR OHIO VISITORS end Mrs. Jack Welton of Youngstown HEAT.G-V :C'
an o Shop Approximately 200 are expected Commodore and Mrs. Stanley I Ohio; Mr and Mrs. M CLEMATIS m.i Oint WAT Ell INS ", :'r
to attend afternoon and evening I Hitching were hosts on New Pierre Payette and Henry Held "
GARLAND EDENFIELD Owner sessions which will feature Year's, day ata family dinnerhonoring :r.er of Fishnhol, '

2nd SU A Federal Hi-way: ,. ., Stuart, Fla. Charles R. Crakes of Chicago, Mrs. Fred Bucey andO I. BADCOCK'S BOB'S : '1
nationally-known author and O. Eldenler and son, Charles, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lees of St 1 I

-- lecturer on visual teaching aids, of Cleveland. Other guests were Lucie Inlet Farms were guests of 512 00 i. St. jj SAFE & LORKS ; I ,
who Is,In the second year of a Miss Laura Bass Mrs. Hattie their son and daughter-in-law,
202 First 8ta hone 7890 ; ,r
nationwide tour Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Al- Mr.. and Mrs. James A. Lees in FjIfMBre and 4 I /
UTCH KITCHEN bracht Miss Ida Albrecht, Mrs Miami for the Christmas holi House Furnishings V Were .r An ng ly "

TOURIST CLUB BEGINS Edgar Martin and son, David. days. 11
ACTIVE SEASON !. ............--. I 11

HOME, CLOSING The Civic Center was the scene ,
last Thursday afternoon of an

DAILY SPECIAL PLATTERS 75c Informal gathering of membersof

Short Orders, Saji itkHefand Lunches the Tourist Club and other NEWPREMIUM :

TO TAKDailys6AMto2P.M. visitors. In Stuart. Various games

v n *B P.MtoaPM. were In progress with Interested
> M. spectators at each table. A similar !.
Sundays 7:00 to Mi30
C. jFigr. Old Dixie session Is scheduled for this
ger Bldg. H. Storer, Hiway
afternoon. OIL
-----,- The Tourist Club, sponsored by

the city recreation department + I t t t"It
ELECTRICAL CONTACTORS anticipates. *, season of varied r z i is
activity, and Invites winter real :

HOUSE WiRI dents and strangers Stuart to ,Keeps)'Quri11rJ: / \srr (
join In this community enter ..
APPLIAf AIRS prise. The monthly covered dish "' hele
supper.will be held at the Civic l +ER
Free Pick-up and jfeiivSw Service Center Jan. 18. ;

4 --- -----

iristopher Electric Shop r a P xCe

: Here'i a new Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil in oil dtfrremium Grade ,,
Otceola 1 Sts Phone 117-182-M Ike
that not.only lubricates,safely but ,also keeps your mean as a whistle.

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oped to keep the motors of Army tanks and trucks an werful even under"' M, s
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For That New liesiw-. See Us For Insurance.Of Alf
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s ,1"; Published very Thursday At Faith fives the courage to live and do. Scientists, with I FLORIDA GfHL IN FAR NORTH t"

Stuart, Martin County, Florida, their disciplined thinking;, like others, ned. a hjaiit for .1r Mr. and' Mss. C. W Ucflnnm/ of Stuart hoot nctM( I c:
b;i Stuart Mews Inc a
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Florida eorporatloA. I: good life, for aspiration, for courage to do great ....th'I' Mng/ letter /I"'''' fUll grfmUmgnfer/ Mn, Kont' -Let Put \\.I

Entered as second-class mall Th y need a faith to live II,.. The hope of the world who writ her AiwboiKt
Matter at th. post office At ill these who have such(/fait* and who "*. the Mtkee'* / about 106 alas northwest' of FsMwnJU. Atre. Fu" t

Stuar Florida I under the Acts P PA icience to make their VMMM become: real. Visions and the. daughter/ of Mr and Mrt ,Lou.ten Ceiger of f lacbnnrlllt 0'

e, of March I, 1879 hope and faith are not part of science. They are beyond j r Dear Mom and Dad e

FREE PRESS 84 YEARS t>F SERVICE I IJr' the nature that science: knows. Of such U the religion that. i Just think. a week from t.dayis Christmas Wt got oul ayesterday
and will decorate it either today or tomorrow, Wt| 1
and V] m Stout Dillr Hen.. .*M. S ...__ ,. gives meaning lo life to have another community dinner In the ness hall on Ch r'
"'OIl. Berg 11. > Mrs rw '
3 ... MUuM !ua ....rt, April Arthur H. Compton leave beginning the 23rd and running I '
> I'm taking
A FREE PEOPLE J t. ..4 ... .t.... M__..,. wuhl" day
b wbd n. "i_ ... _001i4.... ... UIIIIUIIIlilllMIIIMIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIIIHHIIIII' '' IIhllllU HIUuiiuillllri, V the Srd and 4th of January This will be the first Chrt e''
I f slash .. U1I Tk* KWort Oo,.hr *._ worked since I started working I'm really 1 tooth t
Tfw\ .. ,...... O.tok.r .. lOlL Ira _0.I 1 1i havent t
? I .Ir ...'IMou mtt tomMlf ow*> M tkl NEWS and COMMENT ward to ItITe J
aoaY wFWlde Do_. .1.1t..IM 11 i r. realty learned my lejpon about cold weather thJ C.

A. Ml'lIMllCoGEa' .. __ ....__ G....... ...... 111I11I1111'11I11I1111I"' / l1111111lnllllnllllllnlltlllllllllllluuuuwlillulllltUuw 1 way I suppose because It could very easily have been (I.at:
ERIIEn r LYOIII. .__ ... .. ._._.-?'r .... .... M...,...1 I i THE TELEPHONE jangled in Stuart police station Friday Wednesday I went with Martha and Gene Luiutrura to Tot|ID| 1
I 1840 Ford -- *oul'e0> miles up the Alcon, When we started o i
__ SUBSCRIPTION RATES night! Emergency call from West Palm Beach ,police department
of 11.11: 0. ,..... Ho T... V......_ _'__...., .. II It I Chief Roy.Baker and Deputy Spinney ot Jensen was about 40 below expecting to warm up quite a bit. I Or 1
be made in about 4 hours both ways We ftJ1 A
... .,.. .. ,. .... .... .. the trip tan
"" .4.. Lr..yaLa/,h.reLro.bM no.H.ni..t. _.s Mehlt. + Beach rushed out, drove over to the highway, and parVd > t and H hours did our shopping and started back Inn

r'. .....Ia." !"a. .-a.. .e..,"':, ..tru d u thk, u.. for '..."Naal''" '"f .n....aen........ : <' until a ear with a certain Ohio license plate passed' by getting warmer It bad gotten colder. All vent well tot a

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I They put on steam forced the car to the curb. "Forgotten Then w* came to rather a steep MIL For omf.,!!.jtason th(|
._ 1 nometning'" Chief Baker asked the startled motoristwho, I probably, the engine lost all 1U power It was all Oene co I Ito c
the motor turning over. Well\ we, Martha and I trj
liiiiitHHiiiiiiiiiiMMMMiiiinmiiiiilHiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii' I IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYE looked blankly aHhe. empty back seat, then drove shame.
i push it up) with the aid of a falling motor. It wouldn'tI '
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR facedly back to West Palm Beach to pick the
up missing froze my nose In thai deal. So we had to roll back down
item left at a filling station His mother I got out and started a lire by the side of the read. It Rae
BiiHMiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiHimiiiimiiiimniiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii II
iiimiiiMiiiiiiiin I I II I bit of 50 below out there. We were practically ticking In tb|
The nicest thing about Christmas cards! is the way they ,, I AM continually amazed at the nonchalance of some II I to keep from freezing About.IS minutes later another ttr i
j reach out liVe finger from friends far sway and touch ]persons! caught in criminal acts Down at the Sheriff's along They took Martha and I up to camp J Then;
lightly the chords ,of memory Of course It I U grand to be I rffice the other day I talked to a little sawed-off I r caretaker and his wife there now !wed to be an Army amt

'\ remembered. b) dear ones close at hand even those you see I negro! named Sammy who had just been apprehendedafter I c. .. caretaker said b. had some Arm) equipment that, could>t|
robbing the safe at East Coast Lumber & Supply took the ear Into warm
Ford in, which he did. They s i
day because the cheer
every heart
lighten many a Co. It bothered him not a whit In fact, he was uiiiiiiiiiHniniiiiuiiiiiiiniuuiuiimiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiitiHiiiiiiii thawed It out and fixed It up running beautifully, So, til
But to me there Is something extra upecial about these red most l cheerful and obliging in answering all questions out again After we get 10 miles the motor goes completely(f fIt

and green messages! that stir the page of the past This tendered, and seemed anxious to please, and not Horticulturally Speaking just happened we were within walking. distance of an sine
,_ Christmas there were still two soldiers of Camp Murphy : little proud of his accomplishment "How did II t shelter Oene started a tire In there and we werent: too (uncut

ihvs: who remembered back over the years and wanted toM learn to open sates?" we asked him. "Didn't haveto iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimnHuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiim/ uiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiLust able probably could have stayed all night without
." Sammy !grinned "It wasn't locked* to boards off the shelter 40 bum in the
\ "thank you" for kindnesses There kalia mitt though we had rip
again pant were week t wu t.1Lillg.hhut lint rare Hawaiian tree, ,
1 Gene going to try to walk to Camp J tor help bill towouldn
s;'\eralcardslrom folk who used to live in Stuart but now J COMMODORE Stanley Kitching is feeling ji atlinh ROM II Cart of California gave me eed. It HIM ipniutmlVhon "t let him. The chances were too slim that he ould i

n ale 'then home elsewhere Mercer Vie, Sarah Roller these da jo. Ever-vigilant for the waterways Commodore It. I figured! Snapper would get worried after ,a chit
Volcott; Helen B. \\jckoff :Martha Bedingfield, Arthur Kitthintf recently wrote the Coast Guard \ Mi Cast wu working his way Westward frog Stuart tome come out after us, M we:Just waited About three hours

Henry ( now of New Smyrna), the Don Innes family in buoy at St. Lucie inlet needed fix in' since the channel has weeks ago Uniting 1I1I''wJ] plant <4 the Mallow Family .(Walmrrac'), here! comes Snapper and George Sargent In a Jeep Martha! ,

California, Jessie Masculine (whom we saw in Miami at I changed and it was being submerged on every flood tide. he stopped w llarlugpn, Texas, In visit the B.iker-Putts Nursery Company crawl In the back with a blanket..r Snapper and Sargent It
the Orange Bowl game). the Ken Turners in Jacksonville. Last week the C, C. Climax, Coast Guard buoy tender, : front Gene In his ear we were going to tl'J.to tow bin
the Van Seggerns in Miami, the Merntt Paulsons in Chicagolthe dropped by and moved the buoy to a new location, ad. and hit hosts promptly' fulled on him to Identify' a tree thut was The Ford was frozen solid by now The brakes dldnt work.eoi
Earl Gibersons! in Illinois, Amy Burkett way out in lusting two others in> the Vicinity in flower fix the hn t lm'. Mr. Cad. took" une look and suggested, that put It In gear, and could Just barely steer It All went well for,

I Washington, Joe and Amy linier, the Jim Harrisons, John I I the"nursery write tp me ,I1"received from Mn. D E;, Konteguy of the two miles,then It happened coming down a hill the Ford itj

Sherman and Clyde Atkins in Miami, the John H. Drapersin I'' CAPT FORD CARTER of Chicago is a welcome addition nursery staff, a dried] flower(fh.it !looked something like a large'! purple going faster than the jeep _.ran over the to. chain cauang:

.' V>'est Palm Beach and many others \I II to the Stuart nailfishmg fleet with his 43-foot tulip), s lest with 6 w, 7 palmate leaflet that Immediately suggested go over the bank of about feet, rolling over one and a hsl t

Then there were some from folks who'want to live in "Buckaroo," powered with two 100-h.p. Mercuries. the Bonilui .ifoiuhgeacfae) and the following kitten; ending upside down. Luckily no one was hurt seriously M,
Stuart but Just haven't armed yet, like Dr and Mrs I He has brought his family here, taken the Aspmwall got a bad bump on the head and I got a spralnedSrlst >nd
I Everett Waters of New Bedford, Mass! They writeS e place for a jear, and! is all set to be a permanent resident "We had thought It w i Tree Grttun (AltJl'4tYcw'' ) but of course The others Just got bruised. a little. We crawled out Martha
I I still will never be content until we can return tiStuart. I I J wtcw not'MM. W'* ate enclosing one of the flnwrn and a leaf At I so scared sad cold we were nearly hysterical; At that tl

And Tony Bullock ho Wants to be here but has to shovel the presentlime the tree It fix years lid and stands about IS fret high, thought my knee was much worse than It turned out to be.

I snow in Cincinnati another two week, writes: 'Funny. but ONCE in a blue moon we make an error In The Stuart well branched and teems to be portly deciduous\ T1>e trunk it green we really thought; that was the end.*.. miles from nowhere

i I was walking down Fourth St. and passed the Southern News; so it is refreshing note that the radio can occasionally aid when : wo covered wily sharp, short, tlikk sp '".- For heard many times what a jeep can take and still go but
Ry's new city ticket office I looked in and saw a mounted do worse. The eagle-eyed Atlanta Journal reports yaalagee! believed it until then. The three fellows lifted the Jeep, tur
:sail/i-th on the wall and thought how' fine it looked and this one : site moat purl these nuvf llwdlt it right! side up George, who was driving got In and the er
f that it was about time to head south Glad to. hear (in the ERROR CORRECTED"It ,* it bloompg iln year fur the first ,tune w'Illi t heavy crop( of/ buds. started just as if nothing had'happened. After several site

Stuart News) where the fish came from and I'll tip my w a pleasure to report that the recent domestic :There Is (oms,.jJCiatiMi, hi ire and furm The petals hi general) ore to get back on the road he made It. They pulled the fender
bonnet henceforth when 1 pass Mr. Southern's fish from I tragedy attributed to the household of Mrs. J, M. Rigsley 'orrhkl to red colors' crrum-.'hite down mar he throat .The white and we crawled In. I tried to get in the back but my knee
Stuart Christmas greetings! of Shady Grove community ef Carroll)! county was a gross throat Is fleeted with dark purple' dew 111' line. The style is long hurting badly just had to stay up front and the other thru
Here's a card from 'Lewis Scoggln, director of Flor-I exaggeration' You may have heard over the air that (2V to 3* ), red !kali way up;'ii white tipped with an.abimdance of In the back The windshield on my aide had been, broker o
id.a8( State park system, who spearheads the move to convert little Jack Rigsley age 19 months tossed a bundle of pollen At the base of the style' there i It a cluster of white to gray-like turning over so-I tried to hold a blanket up to keep some.01
the Camp Murphy property to park use He Is a ; $1.800 of'currency into the fireplace and the money was material, hails like, It might be IlIppk'fl1elltoilltlgma. A'tokle Variety wind out. It wasnt long before my bands were frozen' so Ito
strong friend of this section and I am glad he is thinking i burned to \\ell.itwasnt little Jack who tossed the lif, mswti visit the flower. I.' let the blanket down and rub the circulation back into mr h.
about us fit Christmas time. Then there is a card from the money into the fire. It was his little sister, Martha. "Tha certainly fs a highly decorative' ; plant and Ve would! like to After what seemed an eternity, w. got back. By that time
Jas B. Balchs who have been at Sunrise Inn several winters And the" money wasn't burned to ash. It was just scorched propagate it t'p to this time 'however, there has been no Indication hands, feet, and face were all frozen Snapper rubber my feetI
\ but this'year are at Dunt'din.Q\'er on the west coast a bit here and there before it was rescued by a quick it would l set *ed"Pardon rubbed my hands and face finally getting the circulation
it\ I think they miss their friends here. Dr. and Mrs. Selim ; grab into the fireplace, and there will be no trouble ,I -. ut for bothering you Hixm* this but it seems it b then only Two other fellows went back,after the Ford and: got It Ingoing
McArthur send greetings from Chicago a sort of heraldof about having it redeemed by 'the Treasury, Further I way w. could get ttraight on this. If you ran identify' it and tell us over embankments a couple of times. That was the en,
their coming next month to join the Snug Harbor continent I more, it wasn't $1,800. It was $6. And finally it was tomrthmg about 4H propagation, we wimkl; be pleased our journey For the next several days 1 ached so bad from ha
They are verv'anxious to get started on building I not the family savings of a lifetime, I if was Just a little i I replied ImmetlMftely to Mrs. Kamegay that in my opinion, her been so cold I stayed In bed most of the time -4- pratlculart
their pew home ,I pocket money which a year-old daughter had earned tree belonged to the genus( horka, but the ipecies; I could not gum back\, shoulders and arms. Bo, fl'l1JIIOw\! on 111 never go fu
Some folks go for photographs on their Christmas f picking about 200 pounds of cotton It all goes to became ,the genus Is iU-di fined. There is a famous C'lorMa/ tree in the than walking distance from home, when it's cold
cards and it Is a nice way to keep friends advised\! on the I show that betwixt current rumor and actual fact there. court house yard at Fort Mven (which folks there insist f>culling The next Bye days were probably the coldest I will ever
Ii number "f children, grandchildren, etc., and just what the is often a vast expanse, and that bridging the gap is one "kapok*), there i b a gigantic Cnorufa tree on the old McMullen, place ,It was eo below here all the time 60 above Isn\"t warm*> and
of the toughest assignments in newspaper work of Clearwater tow "which daughter and son-in-law recent! It has vat
folkjf look like this )'ur. Such a one this year from theMe east my ) degrees drop would be SO below That Is really cold
.. sent me seed and I raised SO babies; there Is a Chorhia/ in the Christian t It's 10 below now
{itt Paulsons, portrayed not only them and their; Bon, up a great deal In the past two days only
I but.. Iterntt s parents and hw sister and husband, Mr and NEEDED:I-A HEALTH DEPARTMENT) Science church yard In Stu.irt, and there are three different, C/iorfek/ feels almost Uk. summer If you could Imagine such a thin
'ft Mrs. \ eazey Rainwater The Andy Lesters used a photo I Only 15 counties in Florida are now without public I trees in my vawl But none of these has lie big purple Rowers of the Due to the terrifically! cold weather, very few planes wen.
this year and the Don Inneses, the Colonel Robert H. Mont.i. health service Texas tree I sent the leaf and flower to Dr Amid Foirchild who Ing that week The few that did aU cracked up machlaerj;
,r.. gomerys and some others, I It is not particularly! to our credit that Martin countyis promptly tumed them wilt note thut the tree Will undoubtedly a won I work when It gets that cold Consequently, we haven'
)i. Carl 1 Arkerman who was a famous war correspondent one of them.Seventeen. ClwrMa/ < But which one? Who knows celved any mall In two weeks. We can send mall out by bill
i in, 1914-1918 and now is dean of the Pulitzer school of I of the counties have their individual health Then I Milt the flower and leaf (to Dr. Leon Crolzat of tie Arnold cant receive It that way So, I don't know U well baY
journalism at Columbia University in New York, sent me a departments 14 are in two-county units and 21 in tn Arboretum in Boston lie It a distinguished mycologist who has had Christmas packages for Christmas or not The weather Is
I Christmas card that prints the new verse that has been ;county units.TheState. wide experience !in identification (f plants from foreign lands He too fine for flying\ now, but the plane thai brings the mall beret'
added to the British national anthem (and might well be matches county funds Each county having confirmed my' Opinion that her. it a new C'torMa new at least) to very unreliable so1' It remains to be seen.
added by ua when we sing "America") I a health department has its own staff of employees suchas horticulture m the United Slates! Must close now -, '
Nor on this land alone clerks, sanitarians and nurse's to serve that particular L E A. ll.may..a Merry Christmas to you alLLove I
county. However, in case of multiple and triple units one'
But be God mercies known oiat-ogoCS:: o--Ono:: ,
From shore to shore health officer serves. two or three county health depart- MRS ROSE-LEE FWKHAUS0
f Lord make the nations see COME ON-LET'S LAUGH I
county should be in the forefront of the list\ Street
That men should brothers be, =: o.-===.4o.:::=:tloao: -: ::::= I 831 Market
r And form one family of "modern" Florida counties We have a large rural area Camden,ITo

The wide world o'er. which' I is developing .by. It'aJ.and bounds. A modern:! RAPID the Editor .
health- department aid the youngsters of our rural A golf professional' hired by a big department storeto
Our most original Christmas card was from Erwin and : Dear Sir:. !
: into fine men and women. It will combat give golf lessons\vas approached by two women.
section to develop
Nell: .Johnwick The largest from Henry Cabre. The My son likes to twelve mall, and yet he doesn't wan
I wish to learn to madam? he
ills "Do play golf asked
most treasurable from the Ray Van Seggerns The one at the source such enervating and life-sapping as you ladles to write to him. ,
farthest out of the past from Robert Whitcomb in Wash malaria and hookworm. It will vigilantly on the watch one." "' He is H jeari of age In the Srd year at our High Schoolvery 1,
"it's friend who to
she said want learn
to' that sanitary rules are followed. "Oh, no, my l It
Ington who has been my close friend since we both started see quiet and very studious. He enjoys good music and ;
learned Gyrator Chicago, Illinois.
felltenla1T ,
i talking nearly half century ago. The sweetest from OF.THE: : : TOASTObservers settled; he enjoys talking to older men, as he says they arese"
Patricia Hill, Stuart girl who has grown up and JiVes now 'irnd.ofih FAST 'Pi; o"nthat TOO TRUE! Ha likes Science, Chemistry and anything the electrical Unit
", in Washington, D. C I'W of traffic Ukes to make small earphone radios, and when he does iny!
I 1" s s formation of the new East Coast Highways Association recently Boat! -the man who is early when you are late and Sunday &
It must be Just about perfect He enjoys church aid
;';,' Well, I've made a list, saved all the .addre t8. and 1 at St. Augustine came none too early. Plans of the late when you are early.-. -Coroset. He Is member of the Lutheran Church. He enjoys golni

stacked the cards in the trash barrel. Goodby 1946'! I''I association include the raising of an initial )10,000 to start with me u be rays.1 talk, nil language.
advertising campaign to draw tourists to the highways SURE CURE
an '
Christmas! correspond
Here's to next Do of who would
E. A M, : along the East Coast Plans are being made for incorporation "My father.was just itching for an office..'j. man' ?. you know. anyone care
of the association and the next meeting of directorswill "Did he get over It?" ,
Beach Jan. 10th "Yes. They scotched him at the poUa.The Candal) I am most respectfully' yours,
I 't AGRICULTURAL BOOKLET PRAISED be at Daytona (Mrs.! Louise K. F eoooc rr
Martin county's: new agricultural booklet, just now For a considerable portion ,of its length, the Dixie Sheet,.Graham Texas ,

getting into circulation Is evoking praise from State au Highway through Florida is a worn-out road., Exceptionally :== :=iooo====0nOC'S ooo
truck and bus traffic have caused'its rapid STRINGS ATTACHEDThe '
\ heavy car, *
f thorities W T. Nettles district agent at Gainesville, wrote: deterioration and it is now inadequate to handle with safety president called (n his plant manager and said, THIS WEEK'S POEM .1

"I 1 received the excellent bulletin about Martin County. 1 the traffic that has; shown such a remarkable"increase. in "Our business last year was I the best in our history, I know N-eno-: : ::=::: .n-.aaoe=1
the word "excellent" advisedly, because I think it ont! the past dozen years, how hard you've worked for as, so as a special: mark of
use of the most readable and attractively gotten up bulletins Besides endeavoring to attract motorists to the East I appreciation" I am'making'eut this check for $2,000 for "WiA FRESH PACE FOR THE NEW,"YEAR

from an agricultural standpoint I have seen in a long time Coast resorts, the new association should include |n, its program -you\ no tears
I that thousands of people reading this advocacy of a vastly Improved Dixie hifhway\ a The manager! stammered- his gratitude. Upon the blotted record of lost years,
bulletin am will sure want to many come to Martin County. If 'I was wider smoother paving, and the elimination of several '"Yes." said the president, "and If next year's business But turn the; leaf, and.amil..oh; smile, to. seeThe

I 40. yean younger, I might want to come myself. points! at; which traffic_ now unaecessarily delayed. is u good, rjl) sign it f' -The liter, White River Junction, fair white pages, that Ella remain Wheeler for thee.Wilco )
( ,
Vermont. ,
Palm Beach
j M. U., Mounts agricultural agent for "

county, wrote: "I have received a copy of Martin County BUILDERS BEWARE' I We cannot add t. the weight of ties w rU by an ouwe '
1 Hdme-builders who are new in the community'
splendid publicityjob MISTACHp ,
Let on a
booklet. me you 1" .
and extend to the Chamber of Commerce and the Mar warned to deal only with reliable, established contractors, The parses who enters a bar Very optimistically often can only bring to it fanciest, and whrtksr boy, jad ar

tin County Commissioners, my thanks for tending this and to check references of all contractors offering to do. comes out very misty optically.-.Rotary Bulletin, Fort Mor- pressed in towers by arcJwtechirt, or ..aw.d. in it 55
wl4'1f.for them. Colorado. craftsmen &In China, nr written on paper by poets,
early copy. The booklet is well illustrated, well written, ( gar
build In to mo that they aro the only. wealth by whisk earth f*
and of course you have the usual fine job of printing that Service men and others are planning to ---'
Ed Menninger furnishes. ,All in all, it I is a splendid pieceof this era of high prices both 01 labor and building material! SOUNDS REASONABLE crease Ms store.' t-dD.

work and I again express my congratulations to All who can easily get into financial difficulties if dealing: with a tThe tenant bad ,not paid the rent for his room for ,..
In this effort. contractor 'who ignores pre-arranged cost factors. several months."Lo } "
had part I
Extra copies of the booklet, which is being mailed in Be careful. The News received a report today of one k here," said the landlady; "I'll meet you }half- In ray. opinion .be only IM.7 be tmJy
answer to farming inquiries, are available at the office of service man in difficulties because contract terms were not way. Fin Lady to forget half of what you owe .me," enjoy his ..... ,.... I I. *n..... ill entne .1:0: pu.*
Ceuntjr Agent L. M. Johnson or from Manager H. B. Kraftf kept,,and several other cases have been reported of c sty "All right, m meet you. 'I'll forget the other bslf.%- and canire a oar by sent .Hmtrions. K

the Chamber of Commerce. more than double the figured prices.,{ The Summit;' Retlab.ke' British Columbia, Canada. Tt. \

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: O horse affected ,trf the poison Power of -Arty Catherine D. Mtg-Robert A. Williams ta Sat Mtg.-Eleabeth H. Ingle 8WDSam W. Jones to Eph- Tr. DeedIC.therineKnlght, w,
]have recovered VVllMams to Robert A. Citizens Bank.Wl toO. I. fc *. Co ren E. Whedden l to W E. Allison "tWIVH P1' fl
'of Interest
Notes Veterans The men were all arrested to Wllaami. >.-Erie Uvndal to Indian- AmR A. Gray to The Public. --- .h.hf.
West Palm !Beach... Thursday V town 'Di alto Dist. VIX-Herbert O. Gaze to ArchieL.
Cum Dlec.-John
By Joseph E. V..A. Contact Officer ., Army Curry .
I t Stuart Court House West Palm Beach Headquarter INSTRUMENTS FILER FOR n'N..-On' Style .Shop to the WD.-T. T. Taylor to L. C. Weaver.W.D..Hnbert AND MOTMIt eaRINKIM/ MMALCOUUkOLISM
10 IJ Monday TU Comeau Building RECORD )Public.MtgvArnold. Cameron, O Oass to Frank ""
z:=:aOClO===IClI oCG==oa'oll.: WJhidlan Shores line 'to C : r:. Walaam Q.c.b-H. C. Gardner to 8. J. Weaver
Under what condition may' B. Arbogast. Oussle Walker.W.D.AdaUn. ] to.j' Leith Jones. Navy Dine.-Oust Louis Bock. IV W c d"41 HOSPITAL"LISTEN"10010141 *l MnpH Hi lli>eSS -

be admitted\. ta private the ground, or demolished them WJD-AJesse Scott to' Charles 8. Bowjrs W.D.-A. P. Krueger to Pauline AW,-Joseph Csekey to The eeFft .t.r..tN.
terms\ and receive treatment' .explosions.' telghton.Mtg Evelyn Plnaon.\ I B StanhagenMkg Public BUG G.e..l k. Pehrsbrrs, 1111:, I

apltala Goverernehtexpense? Will the, Dry cleaning mishap .Increase .-Edna: Wals Shaw to C. WD: .- Alfred W. Moll tA R. B.: .-Pauline 'SlanhRgett to AfM.-Arpad Burat to The Pub
B. ArbogastWJ Ulmer. j jWJi I I Citizens Bank lic.3WD .
overwnent pay for a veteran\ during winter months .I
ascription tilled'at his home when the activities of the housewife }.-Indian Shore Inc. to 'c, .-EmM tllokos to 1) Alfredw. WD.-Charles It,' Scott to Clalr' .-Qeorge A. Olpson to

wn comer drug store I are mote! confined to the B. Arbogast. Moll. ; I A. 011800. Sam W. Jones.
house, and housewives should WD.-Indian Shore Inc. to C, Exct a.-Mel.ID. R .Flnley to ,
lb extent of the medical : Joseph Haines ,

meet which maybe rendered' exercise to the avoid necessary these accident precautions Army B.DlscJameJ Arbogast. V. AUman.WJD !\N._Palm, City, Store to The LIST ,your Rooms, Apartments and Rental TO

vetraru, under the home-town i this win ter, .-Evelyn' Mancll to Dorothy .- Public.EasementF.. ; Homes with us. CALLING MARTIN COUNTY
edlcal cart.Jafr'on ot the Here M. Barsto to H. FULFQfRDBUYING .....
terani I Is n- make The the National Safety: Council WD.-Nelll* Pezzoul to Francis !Beffman DoJan L. OVER 1
alned u follows: following recommendation
Tummlnea.WJD Agree.---Sven P Nord te BdvardDenske
Q. May veteran be furnlshl U you must do your Indian Shore Ins. to C. dQ S W I\R A
l out-patient medical or den- own dry cleaning, -B. Arbogast. Chat Ml|...- t:. Bass to Bankof SIiJ RENTING
1 treatment in VA clinics, in Use only a non-flammable Sat. Mtg.-MU1U Sches to P. B. Pahobee.WD ; I' PROPERTY *A ACEMENT 1400 ON/OUR DIAL
office' of physicians or cleaning fluid; A fluid may be .. C. B. Write P. ifx No. 4
Ivate marked KoblerWJDDorothy: -Cbarle* Conrad tq 11:30 to 11 MS A.,M/MorVay Through Saturday* }
ntlstt or In their own home? "non-explosive" and Arbogast. 316 North VceloraVo Avenue
Pierce to Evelyn I istartm
still be flammabje. T, G. SchreckeXgost, County Rep.
A. They may only for dlsabl- Never under Hancil Mtg..James W:Pelram.1 to Sat : one 31
lea recognized by VA M'ln- any circumstances- use gasoline, Easement_ -Fla. Inland NatDlst Fed. Sav !c Loan.;Ass'n.I'I art, Flori 'Phone I26A
rred or aggravated In line of naphtha or keroslne for garment to V S. of A. Army Dl o.-Tlorens P. James. ty in active service cleaning purposes.Do r
-- ---
the cleaning outside the ;:
Q: -will the Government payr house, where toxic and other '
a vetran'i prescription fill- vapors will be quickly dissipated DOLLARS 1( 'tjflh !!;: PATRONIZE
at his home-town drug store? dQ
Store cleaning fluid outside B
Only prescription for aerv- HOME FIRMS ;
the house In a.marked contain SPENT IN ;
ted dlsabllltlei
-conne: may MARTIN 7f
filled 'at Government expense. er.Keep the hand out of 'the MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU f
local pharmaciespartlclpatit l
solvent, use a suction washer,
service, I getting cleaning fluid .on STAY ,
clothing! or exposed part of
Q. 'When may fee-basis doors the body. Dry article thoroughly *
be utilized under A'I home- before taking them Into the

A.wn Chief medical medical care\program officer ?may .fcOUSf.Keep children a safe' distance I SAVE-- I I PITCHFORD'S ; FILING ART METALMoney CABINETS; i LET U S I I Electric COMPLETE and Refri x era1Avlailable CONCRETE Immediate BLOCKS lGive I

Your Car Truck SERVICE I
thorite veteran to use fee ;from the cleaning operation. or I tion Delivery }
oil doctor for the .treatment I Observe these simple precautions to By Taking C I LEGAL SIZE A Complete! Check Up No Jab Too Larif Or 8 > 8 x 16 rg.' ,,

service-connected ailments ,. even when removing A Year1 Subscription j eR tor j I' 00 Sm I 8 x 8x 16 d. '
ten a VA hospital la not con- small spot from garment Cotta rod 'Boats $r6.E5 I 1! A MACH Ica HO S ND i: 8 x Y 16 rt.
available I At $3.00 or Two P .e to d 8 as 1 x .
nlently rep.
((3, Under what conditions OWENS CIRCUS Year at $5:00 Get "Em" V/Nile They I StandM Oil Co. RE1NF0 G STEEL
sy veterans be admitted to pri- I b hone I RI IDIC i''.
te hospital? The it ForAfale T" SUPER SaVWE STATION no4 So d 3271 one r 8 I

A. Male veteran may be ad- TO SHOW HEREJANUARYJ5TH JENSEN BEACH I Stuart JDailr New I RALPH P CHA [R, o..a Wit* Phone I 4 S, 3r St.It '
Itted to private hospital for Stuart News AT COUNTY salon[' Fherfcs 309 301 r J *l* HI-wer ,Stuart 18S-J i Fort 1, vc
atntent of a service-connected I '
sorter If their condition -doest
,t permit travel I to a VA,hoe. I
:-al or if no bed are availablea I HOME BUI G I FRANK HALE I III' j l et MORE
Lance Brothers
nearby VA hospital and Inr- With horses;that were (the victims : GRANT LEEK to 'J :
edlate hospital care i 11 needed: of alleged poisoner* replaced G I Restaurant I "Ew"ORT
omen veteran may be ad- the Buck Owen Circus I i I j. I :
tied to private hospital for and Wild West Show will I put of al rid d RE ATION GOO FUO FOR DULL : .
atment of any serious ailment on one of Its first appearances I : Pleasant A hero uFCLESI
cept pregnancy If nearby VA "back on the road' at Stuart I W O HAM Roof Iran g I I Y I Friendly -.vita I HAIR ',4I

'jpltal have no facilities to Jan 15 *- .after a three week: General jtdlMractinf i P 91 54 General D ry Stuart ERVICE I I MILE NO STUART Little I ''I''tl;.p I

re for women lay-off an lip 404 'a a Ave., Open 7 ays, week ( ft
Q. How may prior;.uth rlla.n The performance will be a 3 1 av Dally } J 1'' ,,
for hospitalization and and S p. m. next Wednesday at I P. O. BoxPhono 144-R Parties of S to, Stuatt usage PHONE *if Closed 3 p. m. to p. tn. i (I Bea y hOp, I''

,atment: be obtained? Stuart Ball Park Bathing Beach $2 w,+ P. a e.. aft lot a A ON Av0. ONa N
A. The veteran or hi* family Two former employees were r
personal physician should being held under $10.DM bondIn l.
ntact the nearest VA office by the Highland county Jail at -

tier, telephone or telegraph. Sebring Friday In connectionwith SUNRAY Stuart Sunoco BATEMAN .

of four the fatal trained arsenic horses poisoning last .Uncle Billy sez. "Service StatioG' : A I 4: ,

HomeDemonstration month. JALOUIES '. I .. CONSTRUCTION CO ,
A third man, William Baker. rreM, L, ,..1.... SUNOCO .} ROAD\ND MAJTNK CON. ,
ADD BEAUTY. C PORT AND ( ...........rule.........A.n.i.f_ ._ '
55, also was charged with a part VALUE TO T HOME OR '. s. R. L) OIL, LI TION A R :jo
Busl SS a INSTALLING ,I. \ I I !:
Note free under $10000 bond. SUN HUTTERS 4s years be paiiln', conies old I i tae
Sheriffs office authorities said VSMITTlD that worries men, and RA t :'
By MISS LCC1UE: INSCOEHome James Burke, 48, and Frank P..I.AN KLL I '
tor ther's
Sunay mates, also yet, but one
V 1 RH .d C. L 2ARNITS, Oren
and Baker administered
Burns 50. roduets way that others gage how old Ph_ 0134' Nseh..y N.. I I :
I p d.s Is p. al "I-W.7 ;
dry cleaning with flam- the poison to the horse In Vr.GARMUR-.P.a OX l J"I I. I I "" .
You befit
able cleaning fluid has dla- their feed trough In Lakeland you are, you know may
;ured or fatally burned many Dec 17. yea may feel pert but If a
rsona, ha burned homes! to ,here Dec, 19. Fourteen other -"- .. your face be a ihowln'' lines, you i id,

I YOUR VARIETY HOME STORK OWNED P & M j "can.t, fir long hope to avert remarks Docks, I I Auto Camp ''!j r

Tx>ut age'n signs! SeawallsBoatMrouses : !

Waterfront PropertiesAlong Mc sEtawlnts, IOAIIs 1 If* HOW you LOOK not how I Stuart ;

clcAetTTCa n s PAPER you rEEl, that' bower age taJedred' t
the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Kobe Sound. Se E All around It's a risky" Modern, Co lee

Ocean Frontage "Th Z01 SeaWst ye Cream deal some ar* so camouflcdged'Tenrse All Typ Marine And TUi' Court'
ther's some rules what : Co true '
tie ".'" all learn'd and this one all A I ( Ti
Where Ivaif
The flkaee i I Taylor At ON rN113NCE,
A OSCAR folks knows Life's candle tan't I
g 4Ott Fr' ads eet' f /J S be &eady'bvrn'd and keep if* i P. O. Bos 474 I B IR an BAKER t '
s ENNCTY M..g7e a. )sd.AUGFLLIN, Eon Ova. J/ I T I toddy flaw) I PHONE 104-J 1 sec t.1. Ht-W., Ph... Via. I 04'

a Ty I heer'd a good one t'other day
as, -- .
2a "" shout two tellers, eae'l, met; one

--- --- sed, ""Juno, yon be a-llM'tlll' gay don't how no agin yet! Here

Web Ord ay SUBSCRIBE I 1 be,a-looklnlold;,anell'm as young a* you be; what's th' secret, if I Rice And Hotel I I Stuart 1X1 I i t

Motor rm not to* bold?' and here's John's recipe!
1f TO Restaurant v
AUTHORIZED lot EX, FOR Well when Sue and I lot hurried, we agreed along this line: That SER CE
took"MWAt STUARTSAILFISH when either mad or harried we woulds't pout ner pine! That hich- ERBVS" 411 j

ever lost aa argument sd one would sleep OUTSIDE! I seldom ass II', Nr r o Late For I I PrnmnH Dependable he
SALSS AN A Break At Herby'' I ;eI
my .labU.hllen.JL AIR PRESERVES MY HIDE! I Co *out
Open a A Week
Oaf REPAIR CLUB J A A.A 8j1.M. 9P.M PHONEV 149 e

PHONE 9142 It HOME COOK rOOD i to e

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s.. WHEN votram.THMKINQ or Ideal S rtl I EXPERT CENTRAL MARKET I I Hdwe-:
': Jensen
'I TIRE Economy Rales"
S p Snd and Akron CLEAN
\ Shop ktTTeur Market SURE
', IOR'Wil' I REC G ? TRY THEM HEY ARrs tool a vS

!. citing Meat, P and ( CLEANLa I la& I h
Goods. Ph o-1 Croc ARE tOK THAN DRY NINE

rsro.dquart. We Pk p a Dellset Courte/ APT AVE IT.
a, I Se Ice US ELY'I
j aTt' RV aS
Con aifentIy
I L L. For J: a. rowc'ReY, Located JcTisen Beach PHONE 8

DIXIE, HI-WATT-PHOUE, t-W Fishermen A, MPata."1id r ;= Joe Brooks' FILM=* A

hww111,!,ter --

Listings ot Imp and Cntapreved Properties CLEMENTS SMIT S I QU U1'S Store GENERALCT Buy The Best x;

Throughout Martin County RESTA r '
Meats, Groceries
ACRiAOI >-*. EANCHE9 And Frozen Food

"wei* 'Ntai aUvu-U-RIver sjr .prile* calf ..e 'raODUCII. DRUG pl.

aal S A NOnLnulurraLIIIDI LaRAR tch am 57,
J... Llaaa Oea--tas.nd IBsta4 lltefl I Cabinet d all, small
Jits ach apph a Radios

C. B. ARBOGASTMMatt DurrvtAN The Friendly .., '
I 1. C. CLEMENTS se r. Fer s.ls TIN UNTY

.Bits" .&I'IIIII'IIOIff'' PROP IraVaSS Plb 5At.IwavAY-.," Poet Office. Arcsd r E g ELE cI
s- SMITH, It na i Phone

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CHECK REQUESTS 1 I patient' became interested' In Indian River Fruit

TIME EXTEAppllctlol1 DOWN theSTREET the excitement to there. He
LYRIC FISHINGIN asked his mother what was going From Our Grove to Yo/- Fresh picked

has been made to on. "A lady getting a new lit-
Roberti :tie baby, she explained. The
THEATRE S. Cheek, whose present address j I 11&4 then. Wanted to.know Mixed\Jt $2.Oo
; was bringing It to her and-was I'l -
.... I III Jensen Beach, for an St. Lucie Region Bushel Mixed F 3.25
..... An audiometer a new deVice told that !"Jesui brings the new 1 jl- -

'PROGRAM FOR sion of time to, 31 .December' 't for testing hearing 'Isthe' babies After thoughtful consideration Ring Packed for SliWrsVnt ., s Express Extra
1949. to complete work under he said seriously;
on thing Santa'Claus fall L. T. Bauer'' FU Stuart, FU,
THIS WEEK War Department permit Issued I The weakfish are running at fair sport up the North Fork, I"Mother, go In there and tell pox.
to him on I April.1938. and extended *ISt Lucle Inlet 3. W. Wlghtmanor where pickerson landed a 8- ed 'bring" the county school Jesus to pome In here to see me STUART AUTO>AMP
-in.iii mil lanr; fill her needs tor the I
in nurse
to 31 December 1949 authorizing Plumb-Point Md., and Frank pound trout and a number of to. 1 when he gets through. I want to

FRIDAY SATURDAY him 'to construct a J Schlosser of Vineland N.,J., an- snook on the flyrod. We wantto new year i,i talk tfl him about something."
If civic Is .
JAN.xf. bulkhead and a pier, and ,to'chored off Sewalll>Point last hear about hla first small tar. some organization i; Ps.
11 dredger, in Indian River, westerly Friday afternoon and caught 33 pon from those waters and think looking I for a worthy project for I i|!II Stuart music lovers wUl be Interested FLOWERS For AD OCCASIONS
1847 and wants to do phtlanthroplc
i TWO BIG FEATURES l short, at Sewall Point about beautiful weaks ln little more that he will agree with u* that a in the announcementthat
'jI 5 miles south of Jensen-Beach, than an hour, using cut bait on any Michigan muskie would be piece of work for all Edward Meyerhoff, baritone ,
,I FEATURE NO. 1 the dredged .material to,be deposited the bottom. j dragged backward If tied to x' the school children In Martin concert artl/it./ '",UI give A benefit BOUQUETS CORSA0CS,- CUT FLOWERS

\ shoreward of the bulk.,: Other"reportsfrom the Inlet tarpon of equal weight. county, here's the chancel Or, appearance for' the fort FLOrftlABDOMESTIC ANGEMENTS,
a fund nIght be started by sev Pierce Womans'club and Com-
heal The work authorized has area indicate that weaks hare anli PORTED CERAMICS
j M IO I 'rrr..rrr I not been completed, and the per-' been caught sporadically at various My father, Harry L.Lyons, has eral groups to hasten the total munity Library Association at
mittee therefore requests-an extension -' ':hob spots" one of the beat been enjoying himself catching purchase.price. ,i the Fort Pierce grade school! I auditorium
Miss Stanley, who plans to Jan. 17 Also that SMITH'S FL 5fcS& GIFT SHOP
I n.I of time.Fred lelng Just oft the little cut that black bUll and bream In the
I .. test the hearing of all the USD
I runs\ Into the river due east of numerous small lakes In and Homer Rhodeheaver will singat WE WIRE FLOWERS
\ youngsters who'attend Martin I the West Palm Beach. Methodist -
the Film-Flam Club. That's the around Stuart and rarely if
1 I white fishing shack on the south ever goes out for them without county schools has sent forcatalogs church each evening from Arcade Bldg, Sth St., Ft.'Pierce Phone 310-J
1I A. S f ordegis and will be able to i '
I f (shore of the Inlet which Is usedas returning with a good string. I Jan, .12 19.
oh various modelsat 5.5 ,
quote prices
a club by a group of West surely hope that when I am his i' -------::---
edCiv I Palm Beach men. age, which Is well over the threescore an early date. i Two Interesting guests at the

I I ICasa gineer These Vre'Ntjjulaf Jersey mark, that I will have the Early discovery of hearing defects I St Lucie hotel during the holidays I7,14i41'

1I I weaks," n / the'Spotted sea same interest In the finest of an often prevent a lifetime of' were teacher from Patter
lid deafness. Just a stitch, In time son, N. ). JMlss Mabel Pinney t
trout.1 y few are caught on sports fishing --* and be
1. 6d F Surveyor plugs, nearly all being taken on Catch them as well as my Dad. may determine whether or not I brother of Roy of Palm City
I Ilh, bol>6m on cut mullet, cut your child or mine will continue': Is a high school art teacher and :

.\ tuart, Florida bunker or ladyflsh. John H. Desslng of New York to hear the songs of the birds' Miss Helen Mldendorf, a kindergarten
and the music of life
I /U you can find where they are, who left here Saturday after a specialist Hearing '
209JrbSTRARS *
A', I five shrimp are deadly on them. most enjoyable ten days, said on their enthusiastic reports1' of !'

S.a'II.LCtr.AtiLMD ;.,,, I A small yellow feather Jigged! leaving that he Is planning to The Stuart News scooped Life I, their work brought to mind > t
--- magazine In Viva Clark's Indian .
a..aMCOWi again the need for these twd:
I just off the bottom It a killer. suggest that the Anglers division .
.. River Drive columns She re* !
departments IA our own school.Despite
These flan run small in size, of the New York Athletic Club
ported several times on the editorial -! i
about IVj\ I Ib. average, but an occasional visit Stuart for four or five days the extensive progressof
I three pounder or larg- fishing on their Florida' Jaunt activities of Robert C.! education In Florida we are; very

r I ci Is picked up during the sea this spring. Mr. Desslng praised Hurdwlck at Yale University.' still far short' of most of the. Mon", Wed. F !L
Robert was pictured, twice ui !
evAt1ZlrS northern states.
I the variety of sport offered here "
son.Since Life's section, "Speaking of Pictures .: .
t. I the schools are constantly ranging from black bass to
In last week's Issue. The Mini-Max batteries used
on the move you may have to tallfisn. He caught bluefish with today In personal camera-sized:

try two or three spots before you E1U Abbott of Salerno black bass This story recalls the old I:I radios are Identical' with the I WIRA
locate them. and a 15-pound catfish on the
which theNavy'
batteries .
adage "From the mouths of I ,
plug with Joe MacNamara of
babes," and also 'TIa a wise famed Sonobuoy for detecting
-- Jack IL L.I Dickerson of Detroit Jensen Beach and sailfish and
fathet submarine during
One Stuart school
nationally-known rod king mackerel with Capt, A. F.
SAX TLE filling In blank fora war.
youngster a
t "GOOD EGG" INVEST IONS maker. Is visiting at Colebrook Hunter of Toiey's Fleet and returned I .. --
health report, got along OK
ESCR Camp and has been testing to New York sold 19M ,
until the I Smokey Says:
SERIAL final line, which began k
L TITLE IN CEFL :acme of his tackle with that en our {fishing. He also took "
I CHAPTER NO. 11 Sallflsh "Parasites? -. He filled woos Ra er.F ao.w, y
IDAABSTRACT master of the flyrod and casting samples of Stuart Club wIa wO'w'K RKER
tha blarik! with the names of cur 7.0. W wnM.Ywr" :
"SECRET AGENT X9" {II equipment Bill Rennle Rennie buttons to be displayed to the his parents.. '
NQiiMBiinBiUMHBBHHMiilSUNDAY CO. I, and Dickerson have been having Anglers. \p,.kissers MOOT rw.M PYAL AN M N M
r are
I i MONDAY JIM, KENNEDY I Another cute kid story was

I r..t'TUART, FLORIDA Health Needs of told by Miss Nielsen, hospital 5' 1ses4
JANUARY 12-13 Children
superintendent. The 'children's .. ,, g
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--- ward J is next door to the' ob tre- ,

I Revealed by School Nurse trlcs room and a four year' old 1 a .dle jsKA


I physician with whom the nurse
j! Miss Flora Mae Stanley, Mar should be! submitted when called collaborates. Dr, J. D. Parker, I
I"I"I I"j ] '
STUART tin county's new school nurse, for as the program continues. chairman of the school board 1'1 I I :. 1J YAw,. BELL BREAD

+ SINCE l reported this week on early find- IYES TESTED the county health physician < : '
: ; hRelaxatlos
t x 1911W ing of clinical work which reveal Vision tests have been made which brings him into close co- ; ... ..,. IORRAINE B
with others.As dI'J: ".'_ -.Ao
operation ..
I l the urgent need of the children's In most schools and parents notified andthe ..v.' ",. ..... "" .. ....
program progresses ;:::;:.
Y t health program, which she where eye examinations were
j r tI M .has Inaugurated. The cooperation needed. The test Is preliminary five-county health district In tli.woods Is rood far
: of parents Is also of vital and In no way takes: the place of program of the state departmentgets both body and soul Take It t":y-
underway> It Is anticipated but with a match. B, tun
to easy
j importance, she added, as there a visit to the specialist. Miss
3peelalisRenta4 eye
throw It
I I that health laws with teeth it's eut before you a"'I' JOIN THE
ID art various phases of the pro Stanley 'reported about IS percent ..., may be needed to enforce THRONGSAttend
gram which must be carried out of the pupils showed some

In the home eye defect. This she added, Is sanitation prevent relnfestatlon measures which of will the I STUART WELL DRILLING

I I Only 75 per cent of parents re-; less than anticipated and Is like children. Some authorities zfi' Quick, Service. We tryto the
A .-ponded to (the request for specimen !- ,ly due to tests of previous years please you.' I Infuira at 349
suggesting such the
procedure as ,
wI for examinations for Intestinal by the PTA Health committee. W. 6th St\fjG. Box 1048.
I I II parasites. Although the Money collected for next step of progress In the StuaVFIorida .S
Iror In irntkilon underpri- health of the state and the'I I DOG RACES
I e I {county has not been completely vileged children by the Klwanls nation I I SYD V JONES I

I Real EsUtW- Insurance covered as yet and reports are and Rotary clubs will be used for ,
y incomplete and unofficial Miss the purchase of eye glasses Incases r ;
Writ or See !Stanley said that approximately where parents are unableto i' at the
I ..... Enjoy A Cocktail
JOHN TAYLOROsctoU 30 per cent of the U50 school finance corrective measures.
I'I''I.\ 'LTER BRENNAti children of the county have some The PTA and the welfare nurse, With Your

: CATHY TIM HOLT DOWSStutfht "_' Bldg. Phone 10U kind of intestinal Infestation. Mrs Charles Mooney have assisted Dinner In Our Grill; PALM 'BEACI1Kennel

.. STUART The return
of "Positive" reports In this program In.pre I
K,JOHN(QUO I Tasty, Delicious Food
J from the laboratories of the vious years and the Junior WOol
f' .',ss SAMUE ENGEL ._ .
Po' -- ------- --
1 -I Elate Board of Health Indicate mans club ,bought glasses for' ClubRaces
,I Ii 1>- that of this 30 per cent about needy school children for several We Carry I IComplett It
j SPOTLIGHT"MAGIC THURSDAYJANUARY 20 per cent Is hook worm the yea / '
bf YOUTH"LATES 16 I most furious of the group, for TJle work of 'the Kiwanis club NIGHTLY'Exc
which the test were made. in fanlnclng tonsllectomy clinics rat I Ir
TWO BIG FEATURESFEATURE The state department pot only in the past and the donation of t Line of
?FOX NEWS !i gives the tests free of charge but time by local doctor and their ( Sun j

......j.!. NO. 1 also furnishes free complete wives In guarding the health of Choice

TUEWED.. ,: treatments' for eradicationtf the county's children Is not to be p First Race 5 T.. M.

JWadonna the parasites. Parents who do forgotten The hundreds of den- Liquors

'.. JANUARY 14 IS of tae !not avail themselves of the pub tal examinations by Dr.: H. H. I Daily Double a 3rd

II I II II II II Ii lic health program are neglecting Klpson and,the free work he did y ,, Wines
Seven .moons their children In the most and much other work at greatly I Te uinieila i

f hisldlous way, for youngster reduced prices attests to the pub-

whose vitality is sapped by para lic and Individual Interest In the .. No Minor Admil

FEATU NO. 2S sitic Infestations can not carry health of our children. ;, dials

I 'ion the required school program. But anew era In a systematic Opposite Morrison; %niel Ie : '
TOLER I All parents who have not submitted checking of school children began ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE MIXED DRINKS

I I specimen are urged to do when the county board and AS ONLY TOMMY CAN MIX 'EMTOMMY'S West Palm Beach

so. And those who have not obtained the school board voted this year

I dow : the follow-up treatments, to share the salary of a specialized BAR and GRILL Admission,25 Cent

Sh. I where positive reports have been registered nurse to lay the
made. are urged to see the school groundwork for a continuous TOMMY SAVAS

'\i OverChinatown" nurse at once. Written notices and scientific program., Miss . .__.. _.... ,
i!were mailed to parents of children : Stanley Is happy over the new .....__1 I ,.-.. r

I i I who needed the treatments, quarters provided; for her activities

!! 1e0 If you have not been so notified In the new building on the

I ). f I you may feel sure your Stuart campus for which she expressed -
I child Is safe for the present.However : appreciation to SupL

this does not mean that I Roscoe Rollins and Principal ErVoln MISALIGNMENT
assess nrolp 1 et SCREEN SNAPSHOTS I he may not pick up a germ from J hnwtct"Dr

t k Mu"4 I eI the soil In the future and tests Walter Davey ls the school


i' i IoF'11GI

urn 7iY ;\ Bear Alignment Servi /Will Stop This Ruining, of

NAIf'B1J W'tN6 MODERN DRY C EA"NG and PRESSING Tire: Don't Wait TiIJ*T\ir Tire Are Ruined. Come
sa Isrls r r aRess.alsa In Today.RALPH .,

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NEWS ,A'Tria Will Convinve. You OLD DIXIE, STUART PHONE" ; 9141If. _t. ',

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