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 23, 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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KIOTO Red Cross Names OfficersAt ARTHUR BAKER, GETS imiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiimi 60-POUND MRS. MORRISON I $ISO 750( FOR DRIVE COUNTY QUOTA I 1 CHAMBER DRIVE .f ,

LK MARCH 3 '1947 Organization. Meet IS FOUND DEAD White DOLPHINCapt.of George Whites Archer Tackle and Shop Buck I NEW PRESIDENTOF 1 In man Andy Martin of the Tslmas county annual; veteran Is USO now organizing .chair drive- EASILY PASSES, p .

PALM REACHed By LEON JONES -+. try where he was a 1st Sergeant OF GAS. FUMES Friday Fort Pierce night, got to ne enter out a of(0-bed tb., BAND GROUP for a whirlwind campaignto HALF-WAY MARKFrench ; I

I Henry Kindred of the Stuart+ ,The remaining officers re- 3-ounce dolphin In the Ruppert raise Martin county quotaof .

Hardware store was elected Vice elected were: Lloyd Travis, Tourtlament. This big dolphin $750. The national fund goes I
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Author Coming To Chairman of the Martin County chairman; Mrs Lloyd Travis Last Rites Conducted- caught by C. H Curtis of Ash Association To Launch FundRaising for furnishing entertainment for and Kickliter Renew I,

? A Garden Club Red Cross at lt annual meetIng secretary; Fred Rue treasurer; 1 Mon"j land,'Ohio/ Fort Pierce winter service men In hospitals and In
Florid* day For Stuart, Drive For $4,000 I Pressure On Team I v
Friday night Chairman;: directors, W, Scott Blanchard
Speaker :1:1Iudlantown visitor, after a 25-minute Next MonthMrs occupation forces the Workers
Travu : Student throughout /
Lloyd and' the remaining Jupiter Island;; O T Hattaway I battle from Capt. Archer "Vic I .

Ihe Palm Beach Garden club' officers are the same a* last i and Thomas. Oart- :I Arthur Baker, 20 year Old fobof I tory," stands a 10 to 1 chanceof Anita Morrison;;:;: :' was elect- i orld."The war may be over for 1 The Martin County Chamber ll llof
land port Mayaca.hfiss
bringing Louis' Bromfleld: 17ear.. I Mt and Mrs Dozler Baker of being the leader in the 194T' ed president of the Stuart Band many, he said today, "but for Commerce $10,000 drive wa !
fioui author, .to Palm Beacha I' A resident of Stuart alibis Mary Shackelford, in her Stuart who was attending high Ruppert tourney In that division association at annual meetIng those members of our fighting I well post the! hall way mark today t t
life, except for being born in annual report, stressed Red since It is only 7 Ibs, 5 Ounces the -I
1 lecture on March areS at school lit West Palm Scanty\ was forces who sustained injuries President Price french': an-
|o p m. The meeting will be 1| Fort Pierce and baring lived In Cross work for 'veterans this I I found dead on the floor of his less In weight than the'I Tuesday night which was that require continued hospital- nounced and some more hard i f '
Birmingham, for three years, past year and emphasized the world record. This big dolphin called by the retiring president '
in Sum
the EvergUdes Club and will gas-tilled apartment at Izatlon we moat certainly owe licks by the team tn the field ,
open to !the public Admissloebe \ Kindred has added the Red facilities available to 'veteransIn mit ,road last Friday by pick j jI measured (1 Inches In length Judge A R. ClonU our continued: support are expected to vast f It over the I
Crou to an already long list of the future I
by ticket, the cost of I Brooker,' a fellow ..tud -nt. E.L I Other new officers are Principal Deputy R. B. Spinney of Jensen *- top,

pen is $2.00 plus tax. Tickets Interests for He the Is Kiwanis program Club chairman a Songs Mrs my Herbert Mother Sudhoff!!Used to I&n'l'I The sheriff,and other officer': IIIl1IIIsiII..t'aC! : :: :::::titiimH11'1':: : .'.'! : Erwln: Johnwtck\ secretary; Beach was the first volunteer L. C. Kickliter. drive chairman. I '

p be on sale at the Worth, I expressed .belief death wasdue to offer to stage a games was spending all his time taday ,
Master ., of Life- Paul D. Combs treasurer Bernard -
Mason a V.F.W a legion- and "Ah, Sweet Mystery ;
[nut Gallery J4T Worth Ave- to asphyxiation Erooker! told officers CITY ACCEPTSRESIGNATION benefit for the drlve. Others In- letting In behind the team-
\ .sire is in charge of Young Ptople evoking enthusiastic comment, Coker Fred E. Rue B. D.
i. for tea days prior to the that going to the..apartment terested In having a share in workers to spur them to action
|ure Mr. Bromfleld s talk work at the M. E. Church She ,was accompanied by Mrs I to get a bathing,:suit, he Fulton directors and Wendell this wor hy cause are requested and a hew effort to reach he I

I be ,on our "Real Wealth" i also teaches a class. Is Vice Edna Coutant at the piano. found the outside door. open, as OF D. Waters; director of music to contact Andy Tslmas year's goal I

soil, the' moat Important Chairman of the M E. Church Dr. C. A. Carrlel gave the in-,I was the door to Bakers; room, The association voted to assist -- "there is a lot of work yet to J \ )

Iblem for all of us, and not Board of \Education!: and It on vocatjon, More than 40 people : but windows of his room were In a fund-raising drive next I JAYCEES HAVE be done Mr Kickliter said :} '

reela ted. the Board, of Stewards. The j d'from all sections of'''closed and a gas clove Just outside SCHRECKENGOSTRecreation month Mrs M. H. Rowel!. 'drIve I "but we believe that everybody ': t

.. ...... 'V.FW membership was at the, director la now '
-; -- ; his room was tu-ned on. organizing In Martin County wants to have 'i'
:cost of five yean In the .Infan-!: Martin County,. I to solicit funds A letterto In the of
... The theory was expressed that groups LIVE SESSION a part success ourChamber '
ND MEMBERS Baker. partlallv; overcome by be mailed patrons. explainsthe I of Commerce It expresses '. .
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PUBLIC INVITED: TO I fumes as he slept arose and Director Joins need of an accumulating, our united determination 'i j; ; "

FATHER'S NIGHT !CIVIC CENTER TONIGHT opened his door and then was WIRA Staff In junior band to fill the gaps of to make this community growto I
i TAKE PART IN I overcome completely as the windswept Fort Pierce the senior musical group each I MONDAY bring here the best people 11, !

I Salty will be at the Civic the full force of the gas ;rear when the senior class members : the best industries, the greatest i j

DRAWS CROWD >, Center tonight, along with Upon him. He Was clad only In The city commlnlon last night step out. "These younger I Stuart prosperity for our area: That I IJ

IUSIC CLINIC other outstanding entertainments ,I underclothing: and a geometry accepted the resignation of Tom !children must have instruments:' Jaycees in sesalon at J jib means everybody should- .
1 events color sport- : the letter states, and additionalnew the Court House Monday night to the wheel."
i book lay on the table. I II Schreckengost at recreation dlerclor ers
--- '70 PTA MEETING fishing pictures and Harrington Btautfer open Bell junior college I No action was taken towards uniforms are needed all : pushed plans to assist the City I The drive figures, now total- '

members ' fen '
lid will participate: In the; ..- gala evening planned by the shared the apartment, had spent P hreckengost was working on i qualified to join the regular of homes and places of businessto '
with regulations of Previously acknowledged) ) $383" : '
Isle clinic to be held at .:30| Asher Frank and Roscoe I Stuart Sailfish Club and the the night'ekewhee.iie: \ explain tt( six-month term and organizedthe band." comply i '
John' ,
Tourist Club. Winter visitors! well the new mall delivery service I Langberg 2J 't ,
\\n. Monday In the Fort Pierceh \ Braddock. GuestSpeakers !ed that the stove has frequent first winter program of entertainment Instruments as ft repair -
Robbins Jess s '
which Into effect 1
i iI and the public at large ta Invited not availableduring goes : :
to be conducted In parts-were i
school band been blown out 'by draft'
room, They ly ; I Ben chairman of the Whltlcai O C. 12.50I
to the affair, which begins and Redding I
I be entertained In the school i which whipped\ down the Mil- Ctuart but owing to the Indefll the war yean many I
(eterla at noon and Ii; the I Martin County had only one at t:NTOURIST. way .ite status of season 'Job he acccpted : of the second-hand Instruments Jaycee Postal committee reported I Travis, Lloyd C. 6Stuart
traffic! death In 'toe first nine full-time purchased when the band start- )his group working with city Feed! Store 25
I conduct- a position on
ot.be' bandup Funeral service were
lei \ Fort Pierce { months of 1949 -- the lowest John : Monday sif- the staff of WIRA radio stationIn ed nine years ago are beyundrep..lr. officials in compiling: a com- I I The Oddity Shop\ 15
for the evening meal, I ed at Chapel t tEdgewater
list of numbers for Gen Elect. Appliance 25
: raw in the country -- Asher CLUB'ATTENDED teroon with lifelong friends,, Fort Pierce, He hat been the Because purchases could pletely new ,Store
fulling directors will be guests i When the list 7$
(I Frank Director of Florida Safety classmates and'' veteran Martin. county representativetor I not be made no money was collected the delivery zone. Apt
the Fort Pierce Band atoscla- I Council, told PTA members !buddies: ,attending(Navy The Rev the station along with his! for the band, so that) nearly \I finished copies will be supplied I Theo Dehon & Son 100 i
i for dinner In the evening I to the local Post Office. ((0 mt'MK-d Pe't 2)STIART )
Tuesday night at the Civic Cen- BY 85 Maxwell of the City! dutiesCommissioners. a depleted treasury faced a on .: ;
Phil ,
Acts who will represent theI \ I pastor for Chamber of Commerce and Florida I I __,, : )'
ttr Frahk praised the county: chufcft. .ot vhkh' continued: tile postwar expansion program '
Baptist IUUrHs"
I I band are: I Arthur 1[ of !..b.I' Power t Light Co; and a; T '
I and put preparation the
safety record. pointed ,"WA wcfljber\ olflcl....& Burial uorkol; -.the tltys music department :
cIA McPherson Cornet, ; :id. school '* I group' of Jaycees wl1go into\ action OVER TITt'SILLEgL'INTETTg
I the need for increased yjgllance History .E: ..Featured 'rttetnTJUlVcmrtfry'' ( 'fur tie frarklnt .of Streets: 'and' : '
111 MomeoltAlwJaxo." end tare In tut'1>t ever-rising At EveningProgram '''7h. young Navy '''vetran was:: numbering of houses as requiredby Mrs Rowell explained that the on personally M-II j

hone, accident rates.Addressing known in Stuart as Buddy. lIe the V 8 Post Office Depart j I'school board pays the salary of every home and The Stuart Tiger basketball r

In Comb*-Alto Saxophone the Father's. Night' ,had spent, aU of hU If9: here, ment for the Inauguration of city the director but the association of his correct number.notlfYlnl'i quintette defeated Tltusville th'i j, i
the .
furher stated/ that 23-14. here Saturda but
finances the Instruments repairs -
The Stuart Tourist club met at the family malt delivery 1.
ClonU Tenor Baxo having grown up
rothy -sponsored Boy Scout girl fell! befpre the visitors 38
". uniforms and Incidentals
covered I many
president \110011
hone Thursday evening for a, home on Palm Beach road He as complete renumbering I
I house to house Howard '
to 20. Ed led the
contemplating a boy
ed cooperation: between parents dish supper at the civic center.was a serious minded tad! as of all houses is completed, I I which come up in presenting i
ice Arbogast--Bariton Saxophone sale of numbers with 10 points Tltuwllle held 1 1
teachers and students. PTAshould with SS northern visitors in attendance compared to most youngsters his residents will be informed of the band for public con
I for John Mann told Junior Chamber 10-1 lead at the half in the bo, ,
and transportation
their certs
its forces'define of numbers and required to l
consolidate : I age and a long tour duty
a i Taube -- Clarinet, Its purpose, and become a the history of Florida was!In the Asiatic campaigns! against place numbers on their homes,: I' the members to various fetes in begin members training that workouts he plans for the to game
taw Baritone it was reported Paul Young the itate The 28 new (uniforms
? power for civic good he, said featured in a program arrangedby the laps Increased his serious baseball club
ry Coleman Trombone, president of the Jaycees who are which arrived Dec 31 are paid Jaycee-sponsored THE WEATHER
Mrs Marie McCulloagh was program Miss Syrena B. Totten of New determination to get an educa weeks Improvementof

|yne Wells Trombone chairman York who read a paper on the I lion and !make the most of life ,cooperating with the city In this for the said adding that many 't-hir\two Stuart park diamond Is also r.r 'h, ...,. ... .', ,......" ,I
\rje Hitch Baal Tuba. Consequently he had saved much work and his father, Cqnttactor I more will be needed in the Immediate I..h. MY",w. I K W--. 111r I d
During the business session states. early development. for the near future with CIt, H.'I'/ '
conducted by Mrs: O L.: Eden told of three of the early promotersHamilton -)of his Navy pay Because a spec- I Herb Young, are now making future.Inaugurating. plans tn tap to cover the outfield witha StnwvT....,,.. ..... R....,.., ,I IMwYn
!I drive series
\the a Mi..wY.l
CHARGES FILED for marking 150
field, president? announcement Dlsston .of ial course he needed to qualify street curs in the city. of concerts: will be given in layer of marl Mann stated 10 r 1 1Jnn

!irs h Karl Krueger,draft boardhas was made !of the new committee: Philadelphia who ''f bought four for college could not be aranged I I the county. Hotels and apartments that County Commissioners were I; ..;" ,
will Cub-Scouting, million acre at 25 cents an acre with the local high school I J. ]
t, reported the followI -f/which guide ; will be given an opportunIty willing to furnish equipment to J..II I '1 '
I tervlce discharges filed at her new sponsored by the PTA A.! Henry Plant a. Connecticut schedule: he went to West. Palm ,SPEND $100,000 to hear the band in concerts help with up to sixty per cent Jwp::1:. ;; ;:

tee In recent weeks: Calvin H. A. Hendry it chairman of the yanked who became a great rail Beach to'iVII\ and go'to school in their own reception rooms or lof{ the ;work If th_. City fathers J..,. U a. 11 I j
Ii to '
of Jensen Cub-Scout committee, and serv and Mor II needless say that his Will come along oh the other
pttt Beach. Navyttte road magnate Henry patios, A program will be given i I Ii 1NCHCS RAINFALL ,
who served four yearsI lag with him are James Pegram,. rison Flagler. a retired oil; rail- death: waif whIch| a shpek, / him to the community TO GET TOURISTS tt the March of Dimes Carnivalat forty per cent An dl .. 4
held In high,
I three months In the Amert- Herbert Rice: and Olenn Ulmer. ;I Hoke Ocean Breeze camp at ..- '
and Asiatic theatres andes Hendry outlined plans fdr the read man esteem, Be ;la Dorothea I, Jensen Beach this week end The i ASHER FRANK SPEAKS l '

j> B. Allman Salerno Army reorganization of cub-scouts and A pageant was presented depicting parents, threehlstera, -Dade Monroe : musicians are also scheduled to I AT ROTARY CLUB THE TIDES ,
.Juanll.lnd all Stuart Organization of I
[11 whole year and 10 months announced that Al Shrlgley( :istre Florida from' its earliest \ Hilda of : and Palm Beach counties for the,I entertain at the district: athletic Asher Frank state director of
tnd older brother, Charles
Vic* took him to" for to the present day an I the Florida Safety Council, spoke
: Japan new cub-scoutmaster. The discovery to: tournament to be held here Feb.
lupatlon. duty and Miss Joan Constance an Army veteran: who \is attend- $100000 advertising! Three Sunday afternoon to a group of 75 Rotarians atluncheon H .k bad l IoM -"IT *!*!. aI.I I.Uto ,t. ,",I. ,
PTA also passed a resolution to Miss Phyllis ing school while working in attract tourist travel to'th. east 21-22. the his I. .....k #.d,n* J),, it NUntlartl TI...
iso Lewis Gamble, Jensen .in the bandshell have I Wednesday on an... r" min,
rendered vocal selectionsaccompanied coast of Florida and to promotethe I concerts far 8Mi.ll I "In'' .1' .
favoring Rico ,
sent to legislators Peurto } .
fch Army veteran whd return- be been set for Feb 9 and 23. and tory and future plans of the ac- "la In1 h..hmT"I'mI"' mi 10
by Mrs. Edna Coo -- state as a whole, will be: fur I Ion .
Cram Europe several months better pay for teachers. I tlvitles for accident preventionIn II w c
In March 9 .. ; ..
I Well managed farm, woodlands l completed at 11 a. m. Friday : 'I ,
celebration ofI'athera' tant:at the piano. I selected Florida He also appeared at 'I
f In special The specially group M 'la J: 11 I
West Palm Beach Chamberof J.n 11
have been the means of lifting I the '
Mured servicemen Motion of St. will the PTA meeting Tuesday night I J.n Y w.i I k a A I
reporting Night the entertainment pictures: t Augustine a farm mortgage and on I Commerce, It was announced' known as the Pep Band, I ',,,9' ''' '' "' y .' '
p Ie Include Alfred Cllford Mc11 committee had cigars and and sallflshlng by Stuart 11 the many farm account book of shiftIng by Chalmers D Home, of Jacksonville play at chapel Friday morning on behalf of bills which his council Jwn. Y II... I 11:3"I: .11, I t ,
I..t' l! ve II M1I I t xl "Ufe
Is In the
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Hobe Sound, Navy Calvin band ,will attend :
; for the men and candy anglers. were'shown by Nell ''the balance from a loss to I president of the East and the I.. tk tHI" .hC
[Flnley, Herbert Soloenanandrens cigarettes I Coast Highways Asosclatlon the muss festival in Scoring state legislature I.. 3" I" I u i It le
a profit/
P. James of the Army for the women Bishop '

artin County Protestant Churches Are Co-Sponsors of These Christian Ambassadors At Fort Pierce Assemblies1JI, "'

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.! \' .. \\\. \. Medleai Council for Overseas s/ Student Volunteer Move-1 :_ .

""- --- I Work wider Foreign' Mta- meat la U. S. for Foreign Missions. > aniiriuai:' Interpreter of Southeastern Asia,

6e..re'W-- rieaUeBt-eleei: AMU College Else NlesaeelK. wife el the Rev.. ions Conferwie ol North 1' Started Cooperative Mo.e-I Teacher In the Angle-Chinese Lived Singapore since 1924 a*,
*iate '. goats MUs-I Marti N1emMUet.c"'RIt1er'. Head of Department .f Chris- America, For !Preside& of menu among villages in Korea.I school in Singapore and. at the
National. L, At)' 'Interpreter .f broadcast for time of the Invades educator and pastor Interned
Council Episcopal, I Cgy:! ; mod"faosess" prlse.er'is the Han' MUatoas,,.Union Theological the College ., ;TaJo-lB-China Sines liberation Japanese
Chairman of'Commit- N.ar East Iaa-lit rclatUMptUpto ,One of the founder of Hilangla I i American Military Government escaped with her children to India Japanese prison amps thro
._ 'Town .nd l the, ; flrit' Herman w.... allowed toovisit Seminaryv"a ,New York. Retained (H.nan-YaM College: of I Roeeat npreoeatatlve to International where the assisted la a% yean and after tlIIoeraUesa", ,
of : '
Country the. present world 'fi uuG. Ended after recently fan I months as ChangshttJ Women's ministration. ei the Woodstock help
MiiUoiu Council Member' the MaUs ; ,Medicine la : former Assembly; ea.der !\, malned tn ,'re-erganlae'i

rrl.an' go.t.gle.l ....." .I' Service< shies 1KM to Alexandria World wu IL A gum ifeaker 'ial .Advise in Maeatfon Director if New Ywt: "' &-G"'- 'aasploM. ,of tb. Sab-Com-l school .in Mnmnrio three years schools and. ...... at. 'tis t ,

met reeler at ra..l'i Put.fha surf .Lease, Egypt, :tuMler Unltf4 a.4 writer, 1 havti* I taswfct' 4aiag RtOfloq (. Cenoral ab' 8"1 I ilate .....,a School .'* CMuablaUtrrenlly snlttoa ..'Reman Rlghta nnderC. Former tntnuti reader,.on the Malay Ptninsala..' : I

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u. Stuart News Weekly Market Basket Page +

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"" t --LEGAL NOTice IH. L. YILLOUCHBY Increasing every Sunday for..Va. and will return In a few Is especially: for the children I with the body Monday. The-Da

4t' LCCAL. NOr ICs. JENSEN BEACH NEWSSchool I both church and Sunday school weeks, The other one to be held at d:00: I dricksons have lived here in 11.

., r'".iWn. i. tMrtiKii, I 1' o;'fkwIk .. Last Sunday more than eighty Mrs. Edna Randall was hostess Mr Lee Harrington nationally park for a'couple of yeas (iii<

i .CM. ",...101 l Aril of I HI t.r 0 I ,ImmlMIM HOST TO !people were In attendance. to the bingo Monday have made many friends
.f Ih. ('llr .( Nt..". rear;< I I party .known magician, who starred -- ....
:4U.l >< 44 im."'M .4 l4 UK Ih. Mk. .., afternoon Mrs CarrlbeU Brewer In
Jrnwy 1(41. .I ld .... RwrJ.lr.ilK r>
I Day .1
I' rt Iks. CUT, .., H<...... ... i-.u...' ---- and Mrs Wm. McCready held the public Sunday Jams
t. 1.. ..rt k.ii tk rMM 45441 414. 1.1....... ... high scores. Bridge will be played -:
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It has been
Coach Ferguson Honored 1 requested the 26th
qt4..' :.;':'i.: :::": : ;: | Jensen schoolchildren held, pro- I and ary
YYtl 4 '.d (Wf At Dinner For Grid tree tram be repeated that was Wednesday Mr Fred Hendrlckson
; .41.. ... Nan 44.4... qn ... 4*.::1| special Arbor Day exercises last was planted on the school given I mother -
..11.',inA.. t'Ity K 4144 .4nr 4411.4.4.44444npNMd -I i Stars of County .\Friday afternoon and after a n I grounds Each of the older chlld- at the 'club house Sunday evening pinochle Friday afternoon passed away Sunday and Mr.
(>.... 10 ...14(,,I _...,... |explanation of the meaning _01(r ren threw a shovel of dirt on Mr. Herb Casscll arranged Preparations for the March of and Mrs. Hendrlckson left for ,

'" ,,11ot't.'Lucilei .-. Coach Forest Ferguson was 1 {the a royal poinciana:: the tree. Edwin A. Menninger of the program and opened with Dimes to be held next week.startlnr'Sunda their old home In Dayton Ohio
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I i I.... 144.4444.444. :presented a zlrcon-otudded wristwatch occasion Stuart was guest speaker his travel picture*. Mrs Rap-, ate progressingTwo \ --------- --
:::;. .. 't:", j 1CHAMBER; Miss Connie lora Buck played for the Community entertainments will be ctv-
4. at a given by Hugh Segerstrom. who
party OF COMMERCEComtit ,
en at 2 30, and this
h4444 sing\ and Mrs. Thelllg Sunday : one
e..4.: 0.1nn .:1 .. 'L. WUtoughby! .Jr Monday night I III employed In West Palm Beach, -

t',..4146".1.y R.I.h 4145.4... H.1.., ,fin J honor of the Martin Count I ( ufi from" page: .One) spent the week end here with and selections Mrs Schleu Mrs.er playedseveral Buck j / Sugared
parents Mr and Mrs.
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".,,oJ. J.... .. 'veterans. football team The composed the reading for the
Rjyal Palm Ch ve Co 2 S, I Segerstrom.
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j :1414.: J 4. I(team; presented!' the gift to Ferfguson : Mr and Mrs Henry Crann program, In which Joe Malone I I DONUTS
1'.k.4444. Oceola Bldg. Co. _' Vt Tommy Wood; P. A, Schleuter L :
,, *oach and
,. .r AIwA4 ,. t co with HarrisLowery Mr. and Mrs George Ounn
f ., ....",. .. k. x I'olden L. L. .... e returned to their home In :Charlie Hall Lawrence Green I The Best Money Cate sy PKG.
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t. "irr. .hrrI I.win. Roman J. _. .. to Mounds' m. Tuesday..They have and Herb Cassell took part. Gerald I -/ 23
< ',..... ''I C. "., ,4 ; Supper was served on the sou.h Jones, accompanied by her BUY BOrflS Dos es C
., ':: '.".""" h..o. Combs. Paul t). .., _.... ..12,50 been visiting Mr. and Mrs L, J .
i :: k :. 1 of the Willoughby home mother, sang several selections. ,
| Gamble --
a.. The Eish'n'hol I .. 25Datton. and Mr. and Mrs. James I 'It_
a1 I. iPayettel
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?. .". ,.".... MarvlsU at Port Sewal) by the Gamble Mr, arfd Mr* Herbert Cassell Alfar

,:;" :.; .' Ol;. : host. assisted by his brother-ln- E. 'w. .. 10 Mr. and .Mrs Charles Nelson left for Detroit: Sunday eve and:I cry I 1 w. Close At 12 Noon Every

9 '., .. .I..d' .. 11Bill Orunhofr. Jones Aura Flke .. 10 arrived Friday to the +i will return In a\ few'weeks Mr. WEST P EACB
spend balance
.... -|
'" ''' III. ., !' Team :'louts' A. R 1 and Mrs W. C. Griffith ) 451 Flam Dr, ,, Wednesday
141 rLA... .tt- .H.Mr. .. members present were 23 of the season here. left Monday n 7171 IM MUI AIIANIIC a.ACwc" 'tA (0.

1.I, .. A. Ralph Hartman,jr. pete Robertson Thomas Grocery. .... 2 S Mrs E. FBayre of I evening for Beckley, westToday's, do/ -.
T 1 ..nn",,, J.Alhrn1nn 'H...... ... .. Ransom lllton Morris Walton Hendry A. A ;. ; II Florida, was calling on .. -- -- ----"__ __ h ..____ -- --- .
,. llLlper'j
n It.N a. .. .... ..
( 1n1.p.MVnt'" W.M i Mac Saunders Charles Hall I Dyer Harry 25 here Mohday Mrs. Sayre

4 i ,:: ;: .." Deaver Storer, Warren Shlpci Crathnohl Wm S. j( ,._ ( former Gladys Cllnemen and FLOUR 83C- 43C

4 N II...?"'.h.m.'An..... .... VI..... .. I Jr.. Lewis Gamble Leo Lazar I'I' Diamond Transfer te Oarage 2 S formerly lived here. J 10.IB. Bag : _5-ib...Bag

o' ..11 { Paul Hardwlck Milton Davis, St O ge. C. A. ,. .. 25 Mr!, and Mrs Holmes' Mymch\ I Home Maker Is SUNNYFIELO I
t'hk.lI.,. H Horace Osburn M. and C. H : .... .
I ::.: n- I' I Arnold Johnny Funk D. -, 25 and (family' of Charleston 8 C

.'...."..n. K. 1'. Clifford JoltUKwLegion I I Mahan. Paul E. .-6 arrived Sunday and are the w A Good Manager FLOURio.ib.l.g 75C 38C

\ --. .xrr... Lrn VI","NntilRn "h.. memberk who attended Williams! Olof J ': 10 guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack 5.111. Bag

,II" III. A. .. ,I It : were Bill Mitchell. Jack GUI. Rod n. Oble ".... 1Smltty's 0 Martin 1 She know's. that '

f> ,: '.,/. ('41,,' ;Paul WI than). C. B. Arbogast Garage 10I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Oass J saving BRIGHT 8A11-It-t*. Bot. I ICOLDEi i

\' ;,"' cbYrn 1 K.. rr..1w,1 ''T I J. F Kennedj Capt Charles I) Bennett A. L \ 8 have as their guests Mr. Gass ( time I.( important LIQUID BLUR 8CKIX! 13cOLD

.. I Ittymic' O Zarnltz: E. R tom- Bartlett. V. C. 10
|I parents of Greenfield Mass
11 .... ,,,.,,nn h_ n.... h, .....n I
'" )"> .,Ns', tn.1 'As' Reda. ... ilnson/ rut Bayer. John Mann ,i LoF. w. 8 ..111 spend the winter with them 45 youANTHWY'S .
,.. erk .hal'' n41r ,Iwhm ,As' h.I.. too./When/ DUTCH leanslHORMELS 12-ot
1 Frank, Boyle Drew King Chet ,, Hitching Stanley 12 Mr. and Mrs. H. Ehrhart\ of \ taa
i 11MLr r rN l'11y 11NI! ,
..,.. 1 : :b.. 441.1.r./ 1b H'I :': .tina Homan. Bill KIng. Red prague. I I Hartman R. W 8I Ohio are here for the winter shop 4 !
I' ,I'."nw A-.qx,,J Ira.nd. ,hat d..4Wlt tob, ''k.I. .th.., .ro'... and Leo Oemllng. I Craig, J.:. .. -. 10Trujlor the guests of their son and ,Jam CLEANSER
; ,
'ii-- 0,4.48 .0.41' 1;, "orod w. 100 I il ,
: ... .,._..: ,, ? Mr. and Mrs H. C. Ehrharf I
,1 "'11\\ > ;mr3"; : ,""<-..d ...I! "' ?'"'. 1 Courson. A.. C. 251 Mrs E. J. Ward was hostess '

h"" 4 Mil liny 4144J4"7 IHII r>: All I IKMK; 1117 i 1' Oughterson, T, T 73 to her bridge club at Seymour' r-. STARR'BRANDl i' KITCHEf QUEEN

ATThht. ,, M- TELLS OF WORK Hoenshel Paul M: ___. aI I Inn last Tuesday afternoon.High I t L I Prepared Dried | Slced

L.JI Xl'RIT ; I'I Stuart Dept. Store ._ .. 25 score! prizes were won by Mrs
I', 4 t'Nw AudIt a 044.' (lance Restaurant ., 12 I Adolpli Herttl! and Mrs. Seymour PRUNES B IS
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4r1.EGAL; ADVERTISEMENT. ; OF VOLUNTEERSMajor Johns Dry Cleaner 35 Gideon. Others playing were 15-0><

j 6 Johns Funeral Home 35 Mrs Arnold Taube, Mrs Lewis
N4< ICI 0' INTENTION TO SELL ; J4. C 16-oz.
LAND 'Longbottom Barber Shop 12 1 Gamble Mrs C. H. Alderman JAR 14c

_"ITIN. COUNTY! f'1.nRIOA L A O om. Field Represenalive Hobe Sound Electric Co. 25 ,Mrs. R. S Robertson and Miss .,. In Heavy Syrup I I JAR

J....... U. It" of the Volunteers of Florida Power & Light 150 I Elizabeth Robertson.The You Can Secure -- '- YIN -
All Yr
Of Needs IB On Trip
51(44741/ !: 1 W HMtLBY GIVEN th.'.. America of Jacksonville. spent Cary. Mile 12 card party sponsored by II u',* 1. $...l... n III... l'Jw4.t5r two days here this week In the Keck Bert D. 15 he Legion Auxiliary .which was Our Shelves ArdJ >cked With
"u .. .
Fk411d. l-f 1W1nri '
M "f A e' FLORIDA''
A"lintk 41 (.h..... 1471 !.*. .' Interest of state-wide service for. >Maloney Magdalena 12JO I held Monday night was enjoyed QUA/LltY/ CRISP OREEN TOP
4.1.n4a ". of IIn, .. ._d.. 451t 1 It Rotary Club of Stuart 12 ,
.. U. {'h...* .U'. t.._. otI. unfortunate girls and their' Iy many Twenty-two tables
.....,... 0.4. .f 1.41. lho f.ollo..,... tables He stated that the sere"rt"urlt! L. B .. -.. 10 were In play and prizes were given MEATS GROCE/IES VEGETABLES CELERY i ARROTS
,411.44 Ian' .4 M4N4' FYnrR ,
,"d," _..,.,., O.nn/171 j lice of his organization Is far I Choson, Vernon ._ ... 25 I'I'I for each table. The door prize,

,.,...,1, ..r N..drool ..".. i reaching and of greet value to : A Friend ..... S' H cake decorated In the Legion Make It A/abit TdK hop AtANTyHONY'S 2 19 !'
( /" r.. of IIN 0.441. ..44441r4eLinIM J Eurt Stanley O. .. ... I. 12 colors FOR 2
r l 1.9c
r ... .... .,,,., IOC >:y And humanity ? wu won by Mr. E. M.
Ep f r ,'"a. I... 0,11... II. rT 1' '" The Volunteers of America Is Carrlel Rev ..' .._ i 1Q Meyers. The rug which was raffled ._ arg. Stalk NCHES

N .. r rellglmu and benevolent onnanlzatlon '' French R.'. M. .......: 10 off was wed by Mrs. B. Aus- IFR it GREEN

,....1' .r.inl lor ulo. m fuM'" "ikluknt .. which maintains a !| Dgnscombe, 0 t n. After the games refreshments MUSHR MS

0 ,', h 5n ttktf) Mg, and o'kfe>" :Ward:.k .M,:'1 : home at Jacksonville, for un- I Johnson. nC. ..... ::. 0 of punch and cookies were III AS 25c

4 l:innnulmrni, '"f k ifc.1... Unliutm marled mothers and their babies Boron. J F. .. .... .. 121 erved. v PT BASKET .3 lb.
4)444.44. .. 41141, .., .It h.d.. a4.d I -'- -
//d ouNAoew r 1e:71n Butterfleld( .. 81 The Jensen Community i RED
: d..: ': ; Major Odom., who has devoted : MEMBER DELICIOUS
41... .444;. .......... I. ..,.. I a half century to this work Hotel Flamingo .. 25 Church has been redecorated.The .
..,...,.,IM 464. nod .,,,10 Builders .
Broadway 231Tslmas pews have been APPLES 2
varnished 29cU.
,. ",.4. "it\&, 4441.... /rf .II "Ii Slated that !It Is the purpose of Economy < ya > Grocery
44 v... .ndMxM. /III. .1.." I... the Volunteers to serve every Andy 25Tommy's the floors painted, and a new ... LBS.
r.v r..d
(14441111. (0414 (IONrR> 4411ll county in the state and that Bar 50 carpet Installed which was pur- S. NO 1 MAINPOTATOES
I VIHiiLADF.d DNA!Aat.f Web Ordway Motors Inc. 25 hawed by the Sunday School HOME OWNED FRIENDLY OPERATED

) .,hh rTt ICT .. any unfortunate girl may finda A Friend 7ItfcCord. and Church tOl S. Akron Ave, WE DELIVER HJYOUR .
1 Cirn/i' l.ut "Nell helping hand and shelter at1 I I jointly. Many donations Telephone 1 1IN 1L. 39c
1.4 I. k 110'I.k \ Mrs. M. R. 9Ctuart were also received from AG .
( I..r u. this door of .
'asst'F hope
4.1..yit as long as maybe
r .., ...., Boat Rentala-Osborne the
1 '144. \ urent tut 23Folltns members The attendance I II
found :
+ necessary
Uy T. Y Uun. 4uty It. AJxnu4.y --
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!$ I. and F'rYrwrr '" tg17 Speical care Is given to the'
Hansen Mr. and Mrs 10
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT bable! born In the Institution I!iLlttman. M. O. 23 FRESH PORK 11 LAMB OR VEAL

{ J iN 1444RCUIT/ COURT. IN AND FOR and where the mother Is unable ; d '
I Beckman Harry t ..'
C1ANCPRY., to care (for her child) a suitable Bess Hardware 100 :' CGRN M l\\ BREAST
)71'41 ..II.H. ; home is found | |ft by the society caFtl
1'loInllll'D. ro'h: I'[ Bess Properties loa LAKES n//
\ I h Volunteersof I / J
I Victory Hotel 25 1 29f 25c
145411.)1 N IIILI.EIt. LB
America Is
making It possible
.. Mf A.n1 Stanley Miss Flora Mae 6
ItDU OF PURL ATION for many childless couples to' /, / ._ito 6-lb Avg. | rOf STEWING; OK BIKING
'rr "H' 1..HhPA'-r.!: I MES .. MII.II .- s:. Lucle Electric! 25
1 11t.,dl.. ...... K .14 11.rue' .M.. WkhlluF become' foster parent A long I LaPointe Jewelry Shop 12 _,.1.MILK _- __ __--_ ___ -... _
y. nn h.'.." +n. 4 .4414' .nd tailing list Is on file at the Orai Style Shop 12 FED VEAL"SHOULOERRO
rA i I
'" MP elm 471 h Per dirnr. home '
,,,, ,.. Little Jewelry Shoppe
h .11
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::';::,:,' :wfx, h lee t.k.n' ; ';.'.r''d b,1 1 1I'lth Colonel J. H. Berry. 25 West J I McClure. Wilson 25

y. 11 !'unbar nN' ./ Mat IhN (4.r 12th Street Jacksonville! GRADE A BEEF '
:, : Fa Dan
/ fyvubx.hW nnc. 41.lb fur tour gen B
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n .
Anthony. J C .
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1Na4N,1 II Thayer, H. H 8 BOJiglgT"145c
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0aDy D. R14Y
t ,t" ,u. at a4y d .....,..a...,. ,tan' Today's Milk -J oday I I Anderson Andy 10 iAD' "f I .
'o41Exor Kubln. Otto ASLICED
t : I 12 '
A r4k of .ho ,Is' 114u41 M.Nin' 1 U RE
...1 b Ylorfde.I Produced 1I I McCullough R. B. 8Bruner
I .1".. a. 18 ana U. I' ,. BACOHpouNoi 69cWE
I ; Pharmacy 25

r- NOTICaN4TILR : Pasteuri: Bridges, A. C.. THEM AT THEI EALTHY BEST
I 8
I IS-H. pl :N :: 1 Baker Roy 5Plrte Sene Wen Balanced Meals Including P ty of MEATS, FRUITS VEGETABLES CARRY A FULf LINE OF C OICE SEAFOODS

rlnw, r./earn./ (, In Martin C my | Clyde __ tQoeullng and DAIRY flRODUCTS. Visit U. For Needs NEW YORK DREKED
I .. o {. $ .? : ::; I i HIcfORY SMOKED
.I.4. .p Leo J .._... _
.. ,.fau o1f 4. IA..N h D' I" "m. Barat's 8 The Compl9te\JFood
i.nw.of'r.y flth., I IN. n A.i..ar.184,70.rrk1 /:. Dairy Splcer R. O 8 Store FOIL OWLS

:Sur i.r.d4,4 drxr.y Inll..lnt' Jamison, J. A. .. 8 ( '
P. O Box 1949 Stuart Sunray Shutter Products 23

O' 111..141.h.4,..1s'..t duo ton -k 84. .0444.4lbYY4. I I East' Coast Air Service 25 MARKET LB. C I

OY 111 4,4.4.. ..n Orr. 4.4414 41)11." I ---- ---- tallahan R. O 10 CROM 4 to 5-lla. Ar LB. 29c
'.4e.Hr d 14 ,146. N' --- \
M 4.h.. 4vulv4knTh.l.114444.I "u'// Christopher Electric! Co 22' : THE UP TO DATE: STORE
.. N u ..J." .., HE
I Wright Photo I DELIVER'' mOtfl
444 411 Shop s 81
Au .i'I.n... /h Itt7 hi 1 .
(_noI........ 44 M. tI.' Coo;.., REALESTA' Stuart Arle 254 I WHERE SERVICE COUNTS _
Anu"U ('..,1'01 ....... I I Smalley Richard M. li\ WBjWIN

EDWIN: A. MENNINJRR"......... I Harper i Y. ._ ] L22c
,1 .4444.8. II II I I" Schults, Arthur O 1041 _


'lotIC': 01' APPLICATION FOR TAX I 1 Arbogast, C. 8 75 West Palm Beach LITTLE Brooms Fit LJbY Strings ,97e
t .. DIEIEO' ''Mann, John N, I Directory RITZ
/e.r4/. HIM/ N. 'AI'NQI'ICII Moore, loh,*,. | rr4- ""'
18 JlE"&BY GlYIEN, Th.tl' I I
14 Mo..... ,. Dh. .._ .. T.. C..I"..,. Properties of all l indt I Arbogast L. A. 12 r. WHEN iNvEST PALM BEACH Largo A-PENN
..... ,M 1.. d of lulr A. D. 2 H E
/84\4Y II... Y/Y/ I .1t 4.f/1N/ .eJ. for saU, Ashley C. R. .. f .10 THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PAtRONACE : BOX, Dry CleanefZ-gal. can I7!
}' ( h1. T"h:= .''''. fe .tea I= b M;, : Tropical Photo Shop .._ 7 .. .
4.w YeM .1e. '
1 A..wnA+ 41.. es'. 'T I .eN1.N Ru1e.4=:)I Also rentali a aur.ante. I Ernest Tyner _. 12I k'4te M At 7. et Oae'ofT1C1AlJ. HAW ojsROOFI 'Does +:r--- '-+-n- ''''
4 Cw.17 -
Service CAnLcE
I Hall Electric ODORS..
f'f'L .rns II .... 10 1MIo.. 0o44.. Ores Shop ._. 25 CO. GARBEX T .. 4lfcANN
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0 '11':.I1 al.:. I'I' Crar Bateman'. Evans Construction. .Co. 25 50I wool a TALHCAtIJVGv I I tarr.Eyt"Ythilll U : 1

4114 .._......0.4.248). .elw Edward I Couaboom, Norris .. 2S orTOMSTRISCLRwA'1'fa TMQ | PAGE'An 'VanJIa ...
4.44. .....W.- .u ..." .. Mapp I Cromer & Merriam Inc. .. 100 U4 OUVI EXTRACT. 4-C. BoHlB7mm<
4..1 -.. .... .,. ,r..ryd4r.4
...... wi'' r ... N tMurY. I Llpplncott. W. A. 15,
.... .. ... I aWr d1... MY.. Realtor'P. Post Office Arcade Bldg 50 '
'fhwl, I. t1t. \ .n1A .. ....._,. I SA 'S BOB'SAFES
.'....... .. tM ; M d ,.......... Ralph Ulmer Motor Co, *. 35

1 "LS 4 iI IJ ... .,' .....,IIt '. O. Arcade Bid,. I Polka-Dot-Brand 25. 512 Cl. a St.Furs' r OR11CS
'J ... _I, Sutherland\ Eldon
I. 1i. PI/MRROY, Phon. 19. m.nnt Bt. ae 7610',
. I 4Y (' 11M e..t of JI .I. CN1Nf. Stuarf Daily Ijews, Inc. .

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OCIAL NEWS and Happenings of tli rWEEK IN 'STUART News MRS.Items office'FRANCES for this before paper G.noon SMITH mint on reach,WednesdayHome Society the Editor newspaper I :j

Telephone llf-W Office Phone t lITTIE


IARS MRS. nsuc: AT HOUSEWARMING Impressive Ceremony by OES J SPONSORS DANCES night,and by Miss Manion Saturday i "OUTPOST GENERAL STORE"STANDARD i/1./ ,

Mrs Ronnie Cross was hostess Mr. and Mrs Jack Whltlcar The log cabin was the scene night. j j

lesday afternoon'to the LottieIon were hosts' at a housewarming of high school dances Friday "j' OIL PRODU S II
Greets Worthy Grand Matron) The Teen-Age Club, which I'
oi the party Saturday at their ,new and Saturday nights following I Gasoline V and dr Oil 4
circle Baptist WM3.
__ danced at the log cabin last
j home on the River Road In Port 'I the basketball games. Sponsoredby '
Credit i ds H red
ler ,
short session I ,
a 'I'
Sewall. Those More than m members and the student co-operative 1 Saturday night will have its regular j '
|iduetAby )41'1. R. F. nr.I present were Mr. ::111I l II l l aiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiii 1 I gov- Groceries .. .. Candies ., \fi0flT Drinks Tobaccos .
and Mrs. Curtis Whlticar, Mr. guests of Unity Chapter No. 37! trnment:, the attain were chaperoned dance at the Civic Centei r'
tom circle leader, the group! OPtN: DAILY-7:00 Arfo 11:00 P.. M, 7 Days t
and Mrs.: Bernard Coker, Mr. and attended the i Red Cross by Miss Mary Ellen ManV. Saturday night. \
Lrd Mrs. Marion Ballots Flake special meeting i Efficie Service
--' Prompt,, r and ikurteous
Mrs. Bob Barker, Johnson WhlU-
Ich the second chapter of the 1 tar, Miss Honey Robertson, Mr. Friday evening, January 17th, at Will j jI >/ Mile J of Stuart led. HiWayA.
: Officials i
idy book were Mrs(:bmtWl J. A. Eraptor"tsent Ausborn and Mrs Henry Kindred Mr. Woodman' Hall to honor Rally : District 't. WILLIAMS rop. 1 If

and Worthy Grand Matron, Sister : t.
Mrs. Peter C. Knight Capt. I
h, N C. Porter; Mrs. Leland' By JonseyIlilllllll111111111111111111niiilt111illilltlll
and Mrs. A. A. Whltlcar Dr.John Bessie Christian, on her: officialvisitt. Present Kiwanis Program ---...... ..---
Baldwin "
luer, Mrs. T, t. Mrshold I I I j. ,
H.Whltlcar, Drew King, Mr. and
Bauer Mrs. T. C, KnOW. : If housewives bad _
more arrived \
Mn. George Spicer, Mr and Mrs -- .
I Mrs W. C.:'Lummls, Mrs.I Harold Splcer Mr, and Mrs. William I The chapter room was beau: for Miss Lucille Woe's ,C. Brownlle,,lieutenant governor YOU ;
Liter R. Eshbach, Mrs Stacy, : tifully decorated with polnsettlas I''' : '
K. Frazier, demonstration Jan 20, there and Elton Hall put lieutenant WOMAN'S CLUBENTERTAINED I
luer, Mr.. W. 0. Penney. The: and fern. Identification of small FRESH
Ixt circle meeting will be Feb. I keys In star colors, were given would be fewer husbands cursing governor, both of Mel & QUALITY J

I st the home Of Mrs. Penney I WANTED!! :I to everyone as they came In. I their beloveds for tough bourne, will be guest speakersat i I I I '

Girl Scout Leaden Sister Christian was introduced roasts' and the same old boiled tomorrow's Stuart Kiwanis MEATS W Groceries /

IA Do you realize that help Is welcomed by our Worthy; potatoes. But If husbands are luncheon. The special program ,
IB badly needed by the Girl Scouts I Matron and escorted East still content to allaw their bet I has been arranged by Henry AT ',( .'
of Stuart? This need was greatly through an aisle formed by ten'" ter halves to attend hen parties. Kindred program chairman: of BY GIRL SCOUTS I
committee for Cub Scouts' ,
|A emphasized at? the tint meeting officers. Each officer carried and gab clubs Instead of learning! the club, In observance of National }
Li appointed Friday at the suit I a CENTRAL"Who RKET : '
of 1947 at which the leaders and! cardboard of one of the star to make good with hamburgerwe Kiwanis Day
PTA executive board meet"IKat f FrankiJ
Troop Committee formulated colon, cut out and backed with : guess It 1s all their own fault.It .I President Lon TY.OD11'111 reada Mrs. nee Highlights ,
Econo Ru ,
the home of Mrs. L. C.
I plan. for the coming months. still Isn't too late. There II'' personal letter from the president Program With
cellophane with the words i
11 :
ickllter, This new project ofle I paper WE HANDLE NATVgWAL BRANDS Of *. il'
Book ReviewMrs
The maximum number of girls to be another demonstrationnext of Kiwanis International ,
Fidelity Constancy, Purity I '
local PTA will be handled by GOODS
for a troop Is 24. We now have Faith and Love After grand I Monday, and more on succeeding stressing the' theme, "A Tributeof i I'1
I A. Hendry chairman, James 35 with Brownies becoming eligible honors the i Monday afternoons : 32 Years of Activities And Franklin D. Jones held I A Visit To Our (ore Will\ Convince You : :
were given Worthy
Herbert Rice, and Olenn Akron & 2nd St. J. BROOKS Owner
Imef gram. Mrs.' steadily. This Is an appeal Grand Matron, the officers sang On the 18th of Feb., on Monday A Challenge tor Advancement of the rapt attention of Woman's : :

I Edenfleld At the meeting were WUlaford f jto anyone experienced In Otrl the following song:* I' Silos Thursby, Food specialist Klwanls Objetclvei for 1947. Club \members Wednesday afternoon I I

I L. Mrs M. Mrs.H. Mrs|Scout work or Interested in girls "We wlU all work with tools from Tallahassee, will be The club, which has reached as she traced the life I
Lesch Rowell
I 110 help. like do down. You might remember It, International scope since It begs I I 1.
you i
Lrle Mrs. H. J and achievement of Martha d
McCullough. Please contact Mrs. J. F Bot Building In character as the week that Thnrsdy falls.. on In 1915 now has 2,550 clubsIn I

I Irefne, Mrs. Ivan Taylor Mrs,t zone Girl Scout Leader or Mrs :Stars will be honest and fairer I onday'! the U, S., Canada and Alaska, Berry, founder of Bci% school I SALE

Ills L, Boggess, Mrs. Herman tM. J. Morrison Troop Committee Cove will be always true I I Also coming/ to town Feb. 30th and Includes 170000 members near Rome Oa Pkturlng the '

and Erwin ,John wick.ICOPAUANS chairman. I This' world will be bright for to light ,the fuse of the War Stuart Klwanlans, last Friday early life of the phatunthroplstM I .' '!

us all then Fund Drive will be Mr."Robert observed Florida's Arbor Day
a southern belle daughter of
SPONSOR1UfES ; MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL i Skies will be always true 0. Zubrod (pronounced Zoo- with E. A. Menninger as guest i

/ PARTIES Births: Mr and Mrs. William i The sorrows of life will be', broad), Red Cross: gift to theladles. speaker Put efforts' and future i planter living on the famous i Surplus Army Buildings ''j!

IA large crowd attended, the Heyboer eon William James.I smaller ,Really, he has an, Immense plans to conserve and Increasethe estate, "Berrynlll" In southern I 11"

(neflt games party Friday af- Jan. 17;; Mr. and Mrs. Keith I If we all work with tools like: pair of shoulders that ornamental, u well as commercial I Georgia, Mrs. Jones told of Miss \ !

noon at the Episcopal parish I Wright, son, Henry Allen. Jan.] you" i Sinatra could use. Perhaps his trees In the state were Berrys, growing: concern about I PORTABLE TYPE I '
I 1''"
use. This was the' first of a,,19; Mr. and Mrs. Robert King] They then marched to the fine "phyzeek" can be traced to outlined by "The Flowering Tree neglected mountain children

rles planned by 6t. Mary's! girl Unda Jane, Jan. 20; AdI West _fIn, the West stood a'' his ten years experience in tint Man." The Stuart horltlculturlstla I around her and of the growth of '

apter of the .Woman's Auxlll- : Mrs. Stewart Wilkinson,: aid and water safety teaching, credited with the state her Sunday schools. establishedto )
mjtted having I
I small building with only roof, meet their avid desire for enlightenment 16 ft. W 48 ft. and 16 x 16 ft. Sizes of notions are I
ry of .St. Mary's Episcopal. | Mrs. Percy Bridges, Jensen twlmmlng all day and bandaging legislature set aside an annual
of i
back and front on the front
Her vision and In- 8 ft. 16 ft. With novelty drop siding theoutside.
urch. Refreshments' were s 1
Beach Burrls Raulerson, Albert the cut out the all nlghLGlrllinterested tiny for creating interest and appreciation ,
building was
reed and prizes awarded to dominable courage carried her Sixteen windows and t ro doors in 1 Isrftfe buildings and J
Miller, Lake Placid N. V. Richard words "Building In Character",' In Home Nun In this great natural
rs. B. J.-Carlberg. Mrs. Fred KIng. Admitted and dIscharged the,officers spoke Ing will hare a chance to get resource I through discouragements and i one door and six win we in th all.I it

Bucey, Mrs Horace Atwood,' : Harold Quenilef, Mrs. Adah_"The first brick In'' our started soon after Jan.; Z7.when Roan Wall jr. and Frank Mln- rebuffs and through experienceswith i
rs. L. W: Barnes Mrs. Hattie Roy Rlcou, Howard Holstelne. Miss Flora Stanley comes back school members of the great and wealthy of '
schkl high
building Is one of blue May Ideal for beach, to cabins, tenant buildings
her she I it11
time from whom secured
ue, Mrs. George McBride, and ...... ,
from school where she learned
the Key Club were special guests
we bluld, like Ada with Fidel- ft. sell less \/
funds to build her school Into and other low-cost hous' 16ft. x 16 for
rs. John Field Mr. and Mn. Petro Zzelll will Ity and true." what she to to'teach here. About p( the club The newly formed ,
the Institution It than loaded +
arrive Saturday from Philadelphia Ruth-"I will build with a brick the same time Miss Phlpps, Field youth organization of the local Is today $200 on k. \/11 i

RS. LOEBLEIN' HONORED I to spend the winter with of yellow, because you see'our( Representative of Nursing Activities club Is sending two members I club Preceding members Mrs heard Jonea the lecture GirlScout

T BRIDGE PARTY I their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joe sister Ruth: represnts' con- In Florida, will arrive tot each week to the Klwanls lunoh- .troops, which See or us for furl r details : 4: '
Mrs. John U. Mennlnger and Constance Mr. Zzelll will assist stancy. t help with the organisation. eon as an educational project sponsor i I ... :
I give the Olrl Scout ,
rs. Harris Lowery, Jr werestesoef at the Constance Shoe Repair Don't forget the Regional Cox I for future club work.'UNEMPLOYMENT.
Ester-"My brick Is white, so| ,
laws motto, and slogan Ten : SOLD ON FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS 4) 'Lf
at bridge Tuesday [ )
Shop, and he and his wife will regal and grand so spotlessand ference at West Palm Beach ,
I' DATA Scouts, with Mrs Jolly BozoneM I 'f
rcnlrig at the latter1 horn 'Jan. ..
on probably make their permanent !It will stand" 31 at the Hotel Pennsyl-
pure Always
irdlnal Way In to vanla We don'Uknow. just what Unemployment compensation leader, demonstrated the canes NO PRIORITY NEEDED +J
compliment home In Florida Martha., 'A brick of green, \ I
rs. D. D. Loebleln,iof Twin) -e.? would build 'with Cart:' It.. .a) Is"happeningthere;' If you are payments Martin county during dlellghting Investiture service j jI
ikes, Kent,Ohio. Quest*'' were, the week ending January It used to induct new members.
I really curious .might dash
Mrs. F. R Hortob left early you
symbol of faith In .th"home amounted to $28 00, and were Mrs. Bozone out that
r*. George Parks, Mrs. Bernard down. It U guaranteed to be pointed a ;1
: Wednesday for three-days' stay of despair. I McClellan ,
Major 4
,ter Mrs Dick made to two persons.Throughout number of girls are waiting to
Ashley Mrs.arlea worth the nickel put Into ,
the of Mrs. you
ln Miami as guest EJecta- A brick of red, bright the state payments join the Scouts and appealed" for I
Mrs., Porter, Mrs. Olenn Derrry -j George Reid of Port Pierce. red It must be, I would build j' the parking meter or you get amounted to $98.56450. help In securing new leaders,; PHONE 104-J ''I I
Charles Roberts, Mrs.irUe
jour nickel back. Come to thinkof
with love all see.
-- so can end were made to 2.847 men The music
Whltaker, Mrs Arthur ,Chappelka and Leslie As each I !It, are there parking meters committee presented John Real Estate Office .
Bud officer spoke, they and 2.54-women ,total of 5,- Miss June Matousek of Jensen Located at Taylor ,
turn, Miss ElUabeth: Roberts" ,.j KMd have returned to the University their the In West Palm? '
I placed i on 387.7 .Beach who Osceol Ave.
>d Mrs. William\ Berry. Prizes\ of Florida after spendingthe side of the building. When this I go, amend musings on how to played \ 'l
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ent to Mrs, Parks, Mrs. Ashley j week end with Mr. and Mrs. was completed an electric light feed husbands 'hamburg harmlessly the home, and whether there f

id Mrs, 'Whltaker1, .; Arthur Chappelka, was turned pn .In the building I about a fellow ,named I are parking meters In West Palm I presided During the business Mrs Edwin session A,
over by
.,, ZOO-broad", home nursing In Beach, we on.
Mr. and Mrs.A'rtbut G, SchWa I e Adah slowly walking to the East carry. .. .. Menninger, president It was decided WE UNLOAD AND ERECT ?
'Mr, and Mn. Otto O., Hupfel, :
N. T., are winter that a delegation from the I d
tests' at the Edgewater annex their son/ and daughter-in-law Verse "<""I local club would attendthe Tri- a
,jartmenU. Mr. and'Mrs. Richard O. Hupfel "We have built Us a chapter not ANNOUNCING 1 County Federation meeting Monday SURPLUS ARMY BUILDINGS

of Palm City Oardeo Farms, of silver or gold, But of character Jan. 17n/ Fort Pierce.I t

I Mr. and Mrs. George Hlronlmus strong that we, know will The Opening ofCLARK'S I Members were reminded of the i At Designated Abjf* Advertisement i l l 9 9f

.NOTICE of'Ellhl Farm; and Dan Smith hold. There's a lock on this doorto benefit card party sponsored by'

This is to Infornf' the public I attended the gladioli show Wednesday keep strangers out. To come the club scheduled for Wednesday f CALL U/nyL DETAILS i '

al I am ne lonerassoclatedthe in' Bradenton and. the In you must know what Its' all PAINT SHOPOVER : Jail 29. at 2:00: p. m. Mrs. ;

> wtU-drllllBg business with l'|jlily show In Lake placid, about: But, we have waited for I Mennlnger Mrs. M. I. Morrison, f. G. HI

"iney Je4s, bat. am now dot -5- weeks for your visit tonight, we A A P STORE ON 4TjrSTREET and Miss Cella Atwood were I Phone 363 Fort Pierce Box 463 '.
l"Ub'lated with i Mr. and Mn. Floyd Wlnegard hope our reception is proper and hostesses for tea. i
>ck Glp nWthe firm of and Mrs. Elmer Vercrouae are right we welcome you gladly We Are PreparU to Uffhdle Any .,
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hsrlei May /an>ferk Clpson. .I guesU' for the. winter at the and want you to be out member TyPe\bX k i
i Edgewater annex apartments. forever;so, here Is the key"
ell DrflUng311 E. F\ rth St., I
the 'af'e-apartmeo... I Their home Is In Newark' N, Y. Adah presented the Worthy AUTOMOBI] 'AINTING
vest .f pr Parker's om.. : 'e -_. Grand Matron with a.large key RADIOS
""* Mrs. Paul D!Newton and Mrs on which was attached Honor-
CHARLES MATES "Let-Us Make thXOId Car Ck k Like New" I
Gordon Harris of Newark, N. Y ary membership certificate anda

f are :winter guests' at the Italian gift of money. I \

home of Mrs. Edward Swann at After the Initiatory work was NO JOB TQC LARGE OR TC SMALL
Fred A. Stafford I SewaU'. Point.George exemplified, Sister Christian i .TABLE

I -. e -- gave a:beautiful talk on the tey Estimates Submitted Without Oblig ion

Registe d'CJ I, Pauldlng and Norman The silver offering amountingto VICTOR 11e
Expert WorkmanhiP-Qualit Materials
E Holmes arrived Friday from $25 was given to the Worthy .. '
ingerd I Carver, Mass to spend a few Matron for her special fund. V4 WESTINGHOUSE %

days with Mr, and Mn. RichardM. A six o'clock dinner at Chls- W. R. CLARK, Proprietor M"FOOD" '
emalley of St. Lucle Crescent. holm's preceded the meeting

Lan eyor' -- The, table was attractive with
1 / e
$ Flo Mr. and ;; Charles Dicker- lighted candle In Star colon r

boff bad as their guests' at Kobe placed In the center of painted ZENITH10General

hone 2064Ouiu ,Sound last. week Mr. 'and Mrs stan These were placed on a

..... Paul Savers of Petersburg Ohio; stripe' of silver, boarded with
Mr,'and Mrs. Harry Crab of East feta and ran the full length of Electri Spar and Crotley

Palestine; Ohio, and Mr. and the table. THAT'S TEMPTING
- -
91" ;;;JtLlTTt Mrs. Clarence Weaver and Steve Place cards: were of blue violets ''i-

PLQA'ctE I Bowls of North Lima, Ohio. Mr. and corsage bouquets marked -: r ''THAT'S, DEUCIO
and Mrs William Eotf of Vero 'the places of the Worth ... ECOy> JP ,.
Beach were week end guest at Grand Matron and the Grand :

WID1EW the Dtckerhoff. home. Instructor,Lillian' 'Hansen, 'of AT Portable. anJi; & ry-Eletrl 'Co binationRa! .

L" -I* 1-1 ,, Dtitrtct 28. A solo and reading I I I

,Mrs. Elizabeth:,8. Carroll arrived was given at the close-\ of .the ADVERTISED PRICES
YLERUS .Wednesday from ,Feman- dinner.Mr. "THE GOOSE"When
dlnata$ spend t few daya with -
YIN! Edward and Mrs. & M. DtHuff and ,
her slster-ln-Iaw; Mn. A PriceRange To Meet Every 'Requirement

ARE Swann at.Bewail'' Podnt. daughter, Mary, who are here Ypur App L Is Keen and You Want A .' '
u. from ConneUsjrllle, Pa., have
d 3 Evans "crary,. Jr, and Buddy taken.an. apartment' wlth''Mr.. Hearty, Setisfyia7Meaf' ; Jhis is, the pUce to Come :Expert Radio Repair '
Crary c.... from Bones School, Charles McLiune on Third at OurJK all,Are ClkWully Prepared
EY ,' to spend thetweekng 0";'
Jacksonville AttentlvVtWviee
Yen Get and Prices
Y: ,
.with tfttlr Jilftntl; ton.'and Prig .Oarrttson of Pittsburgh COMPLETE RECORD DEPT.

Mrt. !..... ",.".." .Ms', t*{ij W. the week net guest o| Usottttn Are ReasonablyLOW !

1 has: ntartot. ,..,... **k, 'WTampa Mrs; Jack c.leman'and ,

s-A 1\I wt.1IIrJio&be Mr Ootemaa on.Martin ,Road. : ; ,
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PAGE rio'R TJtF STPART NEWS.- STCAttT Martin County, FLORIDA THCRSDAY. JAN,. 23, 1947.I .

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I Zito! l gnu lrt Xdvo j CONE DOWN''TO EARTBI nullunll lluullllullul nuuunuuuuuntnlludnullnullnnnllllnllunllnlln{ : Gala Events on Program '

Published every Thursday at miiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiitiiiiiiiimiMiriiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii NEWS and COMMENT iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiirliiiii\ For '1947' March of :Dimes'I

': r 40M Stuart, Martin County Florida, t .: MRS FRANK McCORD., Sheriff Hancock's office ___ I II ...

Ii} by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a G (ri assistant lit the court house called up Friday morning to j A record-breaking fund-rtl.

, 0 Florida corporation. tell us that a beautiful African tulip tree is in full bloom at Ing drive to tight the nation LOCAL CHURCHES

(ls: H 4 ,., Entered a* second-class mall her home on the river Ray Trulilnger called up from |I crlppler-Infantile paralysis -IJ

matter at the pout office at the Key to say that he Is in Florid:\ with the Missus writIng got underway: this. week under:
i\ Stuart, Florida under the Acts Honda fishing news. for the New' York World Tele- J i the direction (If 'Sheriff Dick SPONSOR CHAINOF

Of March S, 1879. : tram and expects to spend a week or so In Stuart also I' Hancock campaign director. I

: A FREE PRESS 34 YEARS OF SERVICE !said that Ray Camp of the JJ. Y. Times somewhere in Following the country1: greatest ASSEMBLIESJoin $
l w ', '
:v,'; Florida epidemic which coat the National
and the Stiwrt Diillr K m w* rII < $4000000 tor
+ of Hlitn Ttmr, the li-MIMIWI f Foundation ,

I Pa tt: A I flCE PEOPLE and lubllihwl tb. Stum'Hi It Mwiximr"irt. April, win I ftUll i RICHARD RAY WARNER, who won the pom- treatment, care, and preventive St. Luc s
\, kirk The TIMM ,was MMolldi u yy i pano award in last years Sailflsh. Club tournament, measure, the public Is warned County li

w NoI.. '0.I....UI7.. Otoh The...Stuart I, III*Daily. .III .News!.*,, $' TJepr caught an 8-pound, one-cnce; in the Kays Sunday, that the treasury! must be replenished ,, Bringing sailors To World Fort Ambit.
; I Ir ""ifl.., wu. lorni..rl' known u t'lo.itt / oewl.F.". '
( .a'' .t. :. Salty itallanta of the Miami Daily News, who the disease Is to progress with I Stuart Frostestant

t ats'sN A. MRYNlktix ... .,.. ........--y 0...... II......' : will make a talk tonight on the Sailfish: Club programat proper degree of effectiveness, 1 churcv
r -- ...... .. d..l.i.. II......i iI the Civic Center, has been .laying it on thick for IIOU'SLee i Joined St. l-ucl county this! you
i SUBSCRIPTION) us on the air over.WIOD MAGICIAN AT 1 In bringing to this section e:
I ,\'I .r 11.11'I.: / ... T r ..... Tin T-..... .. .. ._..... 0360arn 1. X t C. Harrington. Internationally ,j 111 FlorIda for the first time In history -

i r :;;.;;:;w-; ;::';,,,, ? ..'.1'1',......... Thelnan.ntneat" .......* tin rliht11.V ; GENERAL DWIGHT CtSENIIOWER liked his copy known mag full(tlan, will high1light atj I[rembUes the Chain of Missionary: *(.
several programs Internationally known
I .. .t .u ..bMrtonhbie: bd.Mn.rm.nt of The Stuart Fhhing guide and hall sent nice thank I
; : a
'ho A."" .y. nM"a1) .aUt1n1' to tie u.f der rep.bncaloo .t all .... r"Ny Hokel Ocean Breete camp at Christian ambassadors from lilt
letter .
to the Chamber of Comineue Harold Colee
: '.,ta OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS you Jensen Beach; He will give two tar corner of the earth are touring .
t' 1 of the State Chamber Jax and R. Frederic Gillen of
.___ at performances at I.30 and I p. m j the state and will be In Fur
R1"w the Chamber of Commerce of the United States at Wash
..rooo: : ==:loao ;=:=oaoc'coo: 9 w0 Sunday with afternoon program j Pierce Tuesday Thursdy
,ington have written praising Martin county's new "Farm- for the and at the
arranged especially ; Friday First Method.
(. Worthy of ,Meditation ::ing, Ranching and Industry'. .booklet .' I youngsters This. topnotcher of lit church.

!: ooot::..-.:.::=oooc =:=oao==:=oao===:=o I mystic will stage additional bene* I Ij Outstanding speaker on to
A REAL ASSET to S'urrt Albert L Hackett, fits Monday, Tuesday and Wed- S-day program include Mrs Itir
I i If pec is to come, it must be within I j
peace your own ,bookkeeper and tax consultant Who has a friendly ) nesday. tin Nletnoeller, wife of the "mu
I;; ; ) mind t. H Seart. If hatred u to die, you must scotch itt f- manner and is always ready and willing to help in !' what might be termed "anj Hitler couldn't kill", in an td-

; t t', ;' be within intel s "self If intelligence is to triumph, you must I iyl.lllllillllllllllllllilMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIimlllll chic ways After trying all over Florida to get I, old time county fair will\ make dreg at 8 p. m. Tuesday; Edward ,
): tion. : "t. There is no other pathway, no other salva-1 I I tome) clay pots I gave Genneth Stimmell! at Stuart I Tuesday the big day at Ocean ]t. Hume "Solving lilt

l' ,.,j _. Fred Store a ring and lie. had them for me in five I Breeze. All Martin county Is Incited -' Chinese Punic", at 1:40 p. a
M Wriston .
Henry ---- -- --,---- - minute for all
: 'J'i. y to come, Thursday; Walter J. Skellit
1 f ;'t STATE TO BATTLE CITIES -- \ j ; 'I'lll.U.'M! : : /;' "II;:ill tIIllI'( 'f i. manner of surprise In the way Egypt At The Cross RoadTI .

'\ YE EDITOR'S EASY CK/IR': IN GOING THKOU.CH: "the exchanges," (that's of fun, frolic and entertainment :Si p. m. Thursday, "The Tak
'" t t In all wars there are rumbling under the surface what we call the weekly .top of newspapers from other AND DANCES of the Tall of Asia", Mrs R IAmstut
:. ": ahead of time. That there is going to be a battle of major Jlllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllll:Illllllllll:t' 1111111,111)) towns because we 'exchange' with them) I was amused to GAMES J *. II10: ain.. Fridai.

n:' consequence in the nest); Legislature on the question of Who I is more pathetic than the man or worian 'with I read that 'over at Fort Meyers a man named Snodgrass Jensen Beach's gala plai'to "New Frontiers in Amertcu

,I, State aid to the cities u amply indicated b>' Governor I I'I j nothing to do except try to pretend he Is so busy he cannot : was challenged as to being a freeholder when he ran for! capitalize on good times to aid LIfe by Clifford U Samudm

''I:' Caldwerlretent! remark that the cities will have to exploit accept) any civic responsibility. We all get out of life and i mayor, He bought a 2 x 3 cemetery lot for $3 and now I J i the crippled kiddies of the nation at 2:10: p. m. Friday; Kont,

'I" / } to the full their own revenue possibilities befoie\ the : its institutions just vhat we put into them. The man who attorneys are wrangling over whether that qualifies him Includes six other events as listI Place In World Affairs Mn

., ',, State should be called oil to aid them and the beginningof drops a dime in the church collection: plate never derives a* a real l estate holder. I j ed by Deputy R. B. Spinney who Induk Pahk. 'J p. m. Friday.

a 'buijd-up' by the Florida Taxpayers: Association aimedat more than 10 cents i in value from the sermon I ., t fU aiding the county sheriff In "The Re-Birth of Japan ft

100 \per cent valuations I ANYBODY SEEN SOME lost children The dif- the March of Dimes Charles W. Iglehart I p m M
Realizing that the current boom I II ; I Seymour Inn will give Fridaynight's
t har1flflated'sues]
j day
I most tax assessors and taxing boards hItInrreallE'd valu1ations !j Paul M. Hoen.shel the faithful subscriber Who instead facilities in which we can become Involved'with the proceeds to the polio
\, moderately but have I of merely writing a letter, made a special trip to the' .English language are eased somewhat we )read that a fund. The regular musical aggregation A forum luncheon will be belt
,'U "market value" placing- new levies avoided The anything have like ;, Editor's sanctum to set me straight on the inquiry I made : Kentucky mother wrote the MemphIs; (Tenn.) Bureau%, from Fort Pierce will at 12:IS Friday at the ladlu)
t kept in mind the disastrous aftermath of the last boom i I'some weeks ago about the origin of "Filipino" in connection II of Vital Statistics: "I am writing for my children's play for dancing. Admlslsofl of Hill Country club In which flu
t | with "doubles birth certificates My first three children have been of the main speakers win-Ub\
when the high-geared assessment machine could not "go I Ii. $1 a eouplr will be charged and
i. Into lov" fast enough to avert a major tax disaster In the : "The word) ,"' said Paul "is spelled PHTLOrr NA. and !, lo-t and I can't find them any place. My baby that has [turned over to the drive treasurer part. Reservations, and Uckdi

l'\ depletion i you can find the rest in the dictionary" just. been born I 11 haven't received yet. But I have A. A. Hendry: jr, may be obtained through Hit
Howe' I' So I looked in buok and Is an moved from Memphis so might have b //1 returned _' W Q Aldrldge of.Stuart.
ti., % that may be. both the Governor and now the I till/ big sure enough! U i : Competitive games with
Taxpayers Association are pointing out that there are I old American word derived fron the G<'m.-n ".,iel- j to the courthouse." plenty of prizes will be conducted Sponsoring ticket are betty
thousands! of homes valued at under $5,000 on city tax liebchen" or literally "nuch-Iove" WdFtn'sl.mbrldgedi I at the Town Hall Thursday, old by Stuart ministers to defray

!hooks which are dolling on the open market at two and .says: "A game in which each \t.f two ptt' ..tu;<1 tt\\'. to draw I|, IN TillS RESPECT I an: lUll arguing \\ith the State Friday and Saturday nights beginning the traveling expenses tI

three vines th ndunt Any home under $5.000 aSSt'l'I8I I the other into paying a forfeit; or \\r vm' a yrot.entat A : of MiwMKflippi in a encouragingly ')long-drawn out and at S o'clock each eve',I the mlslaonarles. These are volunteer -

ment, i i xem pt 'rom operation taxes under Florida's H ome-1.\forfeit : also, the forfeit Itself. tor-rt! 1Ol( Kilns 'ja played I practically' hopeless battle to secure a birth certificate,justin ning. The Jensen Legion, Post contributions and no admittance

stead r emption law. : by those who' have hated tile twin Ktmein' ; 01 nut and case! I ever lias'e to leave the U. S. A. in a hurry. Seven will sponsor the party Thursday: charge la made for sill)
( ft 'I' in tl-i the forfeit must be paid \1 hen a ceifi j \tiouwiHt, ,\ ha been I I of the meetings except a V
)program Ixifig. advanced! In the Taxpajei \* ) j I !sent them an' affidavit wade 'out by my Deputy Spinney, assisted by Mr*.
,\snociation: fulfilled, as being the first to sry ')'M' cr "lip', ;or the last to'i i.ay Tarsand Father! but they counseled with a demand for Etta Keith and other volunteers I luncheon charge for Frtd y2 i

I,! a 1. T! l a non.political Htfte tax authont 1w, e'*"I\I\! i i'I't't; + ri k 'philopena" on a ertain.occa..!!ioj," 1:i fa witness, have. charge the other\ evenings.'I forum. ,

fo supervision, of all aaneasmeni And .dtrmm'! v o-'ion '. I The women ol the ,communitywill
it ill laws relating to taxation to act bond of When I school "I'UiJ''J, woen8hel's "
as a went to grade r INTERESTING base a hand In Saturdays WOMEN DISCUSSRACE
DOCUMENT filed the tourtI
.,I t ta: appeals in equalization of taxes; and to establisha grammar It was written by }'au!'a u.ele.! i I house is' at I play hours with home made
a between Sperti, Inc. at Jensen Beach
J. idstick of) valuation in an authontive' tax manual. cakes for the lucky folk ,
and the State of Florida., by which Sperti t is given the
2. That the State Tax Authority be empowered to enforce Harry and Bill gold apple en o'-jji ieitpf ,,' a bury I'' And more and more dimes for
exclusive right to bArve at fl per dry ton all the QUESTIONAT
adherence to the 100 per cent valuation as provided street. When war came they conmlld.iUii( 10 tlu. Ei: .1 t 011''ii be the March Against the dreaded
seaweed In the Ind.jn River from 1 Ct.:> Lucie Inlet northto I
by the State Constitution and to enforce
reductions ,released for war work. I ff1 Poliomyelitis. germ
of millages, or budgets, in pioportion Fort Pierce inlet for a period of 10 rean. ?
Now Harry apples mid two for 1 (cent, and ni)''s apples '
3. That the law exempting new industries from taxation FOOTBALL BARBECUE
i sold three for 1 cent. The first day of the Merger, ...trry had i '
be allowed to expire in 1148 and that I LIKE VERY MUCH little leaflet recently sent i
jour committee I l'. dozen of his own apples and I'. down or ""1'1. tnd since the Sheriff Hanclpck\ announced
mike a thorough study of tax find to all printers the LJrtoype Cp. It "Let's be -
exemptions to his were two for I cent and the other twee fur 1 cent, he decided by say not today that his committee Is now *
ah.i sea, if any i to sell five apples for t cents an] ret the Pill ever quickly 'agin-ers.! Let's be FOR soirethirg Let' be for, a better planning to stage one of the, Mrs. George Barber Lest
4. TI.t Tax assessing within! counties be consolidated world ; let's be for a greater country In the best !sense of the biggest barbecues In the history Forum On Interracial
When the sold, raj zl em.ta Some-
apples were Harry
up t-r County Tax Assessor" and consolidation madeof only word' ; let's strive to make ours a better community; in of Martin county at the end of Problem
thing was If he had sold W dozen tt his ova apples
.11 tax collecting by the County Tax Collector, (inch wrong < I 4 4ol ,I which to live; let' make our business one of leadership the campaign, For $1.10 a plate -
at two for 1 cent, he would have bad 13 rents, and V doze
(i'! ntr delinquent taxes). to provide taxpayers withon BUI'i apples at three for I Beat ..r that woulJ have been U 1 4, in everything that i Is wqrtly of our .efforts., E, U residents are to be convincedthat Interrschlal Relation 11'1I/
bill for all taxes, payable at county Office I' the meat the subject of a lively Jorum dl>-
----J.--_ shortage If really
tents or a total' of tS cent. But Bill o:ily had Z4 eenti. What -
o. Tl:+,t a uniform. system to permit installment payments., happened to the rent? __ I WISDOM OF ISOCRA T ES Over. Tentative date has been Mission, led by Mr, George Barber '
qfclt; k'id county taxes be provided if needed by mb.slnr. set for 5 p..m, Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Woman
th" (From The Oration to Demonicus. lived
taxpajer I Ispcrates at the 1 log> cabin., meeting In the church Tuesday
6. That thf'f, item of compensating public officials! : Homer Twill of Savannah Vrites! a house-organ book, from 436 to 338 B. C.' He was the greatest teacher of veterans, not to be outdone Mr. Herbert Sudhoff of Nd
i bo alit" hel 1 and\ a uniform schedule] uf >salaries estab! I let for the Dixie Engraving Co. Some of his stuff is good (I rhetoric in ancient Greece., For love of country, he court County, will divide Into north and Jersey opened the program wltl
lihhcd for i JH ntlal offices enough to steal and put in my column but Tvi:1 makes the \ milted suicide,after the victory of of Philip of Macedon at a solo There Is No last 0
couth county team (with 4th
7. That c<.n: orations of the 700 school tax distfict be I mistake of copyrighting hU effusions. So I must ignore ''I I ChaTfonaea:, He was then (8 year old,) West", setting forth the them
street a the dividing line) and
them. Terrible waste of $2 fcr ccp/dirK fee if ask I *
contu;i u.'d) for economy and efficiency and that the a you of Christian brotherhood for all
pain' ii '(ion he recommended for approximately 800oth ) me. Thomas Dreier William Feather l and! some of these i' If you love knowledge, you will! be a master of know]. put on a bang-up football game
race of peoples.)
i tnm, offices other house organ grinders are more\! considerate! Cf: thieves, I edge. What you have come to know, pursue by exercise ; Sunday afternoon. preceding the
?. Tim Slate Purchasing controls be for i what you have not learned, !neck to.ud to your knowledge; barbecue, Mrs;' Barber1'* Included Inhi\
c provided economy for |jt is reprehensible to hears profitable Martin county Is fast program winter' Visitors fro
as saying and not winning
y in the spending of the taxpayers dollars. For example, Tom Dreier breaks into print againthis
for I I rasp it as to be offered a good gift by one's friends and the ''reputation of "The Little widely separted states,, asklK
} 9. Tl; ,it municipalities be required to make annual /manci. month in a house organ published P.cn: t lIe] Florist tin
not accept It. Spend leisure time in That Does Big women of the' south and \
cultivating County Things"and
.", r ports to the State Comptroller. or state tax auth- In Philadelphia. The magazine is called "The PH.n Trail"and i your an
orit; if created, so that Cities won't be "in the red" the current issue! says: j ear; attentive to discourse:! for in thin way you will find that the 1947 March of Dimes) north to discus the racial problems
while citizens are "in the dark" ;I you learn with ease what others have found out with dif- Is no exception of their respective section"

.lO Tf,a., a Constitutional amendment prohibiting the liE ASKS QUESTIONS ABOUT FRAGRANCE I ficulty. Believe that many pi ecepts .are better than much of the country: in' order that I
levy I I wealth; for wealth quickly fails Us, but precepts abide METHODISTS HAVE better understanding\ might
of a general sales tax, ("The Poor Man's Income Tax'wte1 HAVE; you EVER given\{ any great Amount I >.m' to tile '
: lolates the ability to pay principle), be pat- subjectof.. ) frafinmcf? Thut is a clteSllon| abk *a '0, ,, Ik n U : through all time; for wisdom alone of all posaesisons is GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY evolve ** :differing condition

h" ten after the present amendment which prohibit I publisher and grower imiiHual.. tropic 1 trees: !",\, \, Men- imperishable. Do'not hesitate to travel .a long road to DINNER, WEDNESDAY" were explained.

4' a Ue Income tax, and submitted to the next gen ninger. who but more than 10000( treed on lib \\i-< : Stimtt. ,,those who profess to offer some useful instruction ; for it Mr. Frederick Auld of Clue
eral elf ction. There other he wants vered. were a shame, when merchants cross vast seas, In order Stuart Methodists\ wound up leston W. Jra, spoke on "0*
ore an \
._ d_ questions ,tar increase their store of wealth: that the young should not two weeks of Golden Jubilee, observing Attitude", Mr, *. A. W. FugelOll
"KEEP GREEN" BUILDS PAYROLLSThere's He asks: When the aroma leaves the fljvxr. wits to endure even journeys by Ii ltd to improve their! understand the 50th anniversary: of of Ohio and Mr, George Conrad
has the flower lust tl ealuiiedilself
{ nose u
a dollar and cents reason why citizenof your quality) ing. j the founding of the first church or'stu.",, used as their topicOne
t every !? Or .is that semis a "spiritual which is i i. site like j
Florida should be interested In the success of the move motives key fur her children M long as she \lives? Be courteous your manner end cordial in your ad-; In this area, with a covered dish Achievements Of the NI'
ment to Keep Florida Green dress. It is the part of courtesy to greet those whom you '\supper In the church last night.j gro", with Mrs. Auld giving isketch
This statement goes double for the landholders of What commotion is there between fragrance of a .flower I meet; and of cordiality to enter into friendly talk with The paitor the Rev W. O Aidrldge. ot the life of Oeorfi

Florida who collectively, own almost/ all of this State's and sail, When the stems of certain flower strikes yu-ir nose, with them. Be pleasant to all, but cultivate the best; thus presided over a program Washington Carver a* contrlbt-
1 23,000,000 acres of woodland! do you photograph It or male any menial record! that enable you'to you will avoid the dislike of the former and have the friendship which Included singing: prayer dons to the world ot science. twMr

The South. Florida included has harvested nearly all recall that particular smell without Us beiilg: tied up c inescapably of the latter. Avoid frequent conversations with the by Or. merge Barber of Milwaukee *. Conrad reviewing the lilt

j of its original virgin timber Now we are approaching the with certain association? same persons and long conversations on the same subject; ; stories.of early days by of Marlon Anderson, linger.Mr .

day when the same thing can be said of the nation* a When you say that something smelts sweet, what do you for there is satiety. In.all things.. Stuart pioneers;> presentation of *. 1. T, Bosons dtae-

whole In other words, we must grow the timber we need, lIIC'anP Is there a distinct parallelism between fragrance and stink Train yourself in self-imposed toils, that you 'rnay be flowers to Mrs. Walter Pitching, "Should The :Hqro Vote" whit
for all purpose on the one hand and music and noise on the other hand? I* there able to endure those which others impose upon you. Prac Mr. and Mrs C W, McPherson brought out many InterestW

In 1944 Florida's total final value of th .'manufactur such i thing u harmony of odors' In the same sense that there tise self-control in all the things by which it is shameful and Mr, Kate Witham by Mrs. comment from the audience all

products from the timber industry amounted to $102 b harmony In sounds? Can we measure theme .' for the soul to be controlled I namely gain temper pleasure W. R. Leach t response by Mrs. constitutional right. Mrs, J. Jt

t M million dollars which brought the woodland owner $12 What are your answer to Afi. Mennlnger questions? and pain. You Will attain such self-control jf you\ regard Kltchlng. the oldest' living member fhllp' program chairman, pit-
yi million for stumpage. This amounts to one eighth of the as gainful those things which will increase your repuri ; trombone solo by Wendell tented Mr*. Barber, MpressUH

total return of the forest, while the other seven eights or All Baba shouted "Open Sew me" and a her openedIn i tatlon and not those which will increase your wealth. If Water;; "Pastors of the Paste appreciation lor ,the'part our

.' $90 million went to pay wages, equipment maintenance a mountain. Nothing miraculous about that! The elec. you manage your temper towards those who offend against by the Rev. J. Richards; "TheChurch' visiting women are taking. In till

handling, hauling, processing and taxes $42 million or almost tric eye opens and closes lots of doors no human aid re- you as you would expect other to do if offend against : Tire" by' J. B'McDon. church, work, hen.
I half of the $90 million went for wages quired.. Alladin rubbed a lamp and got result I flip a them; if you govern your pleasures on tie r 'nciple' that it aId; "Church fiutory. 'L;, B.Eurtt .

." We must keep this industry growing rather than killIng switch and a quick alive brings mt light The ni"acles we to one's: desires; and if. when you are in tr t ''e, you con. 1>r, Abbott Morton and I INSTR PH" rot

if off ourselves. That means we must employ proper just dreamed about as children are realities toclav.! Whatdo shameful to rule over one' servant and i be a slave UHostord; presentation tc )In.
II forest management. Yet no plan of management of forests today'children dream about that will be commonplace template the misfortunes of others and remind yourself Edna Coutant,'.church organistfor tJI
\t..; can succeed in the face of forest fire. We must stop being event tomorrow? that you\ are human, 'you have gained as a man. 29 yean, by aHTbayer.' Mtg..giigyi Is t L'i sfnI' t

.t careless with forest fire in our wooded areas. By keeping 1 E. A. btu Guard more faithfully\ the secret which id confided to Sunday School Superintendent VIOL ***f Ue, n,
uncontrolled fires out of our woodlands we can Keep Florida ._ you than the money which is entrusted to your care: ;. for of the Put by Mr*. I.J. Decker: Chat' MtgUatte A. DVor to
Green. Then we are helping to.produce raw materials CARRY ON" --' T --- --- '- good men ought to show that they'hold their honormore and A. C Coursott; the W$.C.., no OL 18001L'.

I for the Industries which provide so many jobs I yourself no less to mistrust bad men than to put your trust Mr*.John Taylor:new president; Sat. Mltl fgsjjli r. Walbsr *
The capacity of this country Jo grew all the wood it A sweet young thing was watching thVtoKiers drill. io the. good. ,On natters which you would keep'secret The, Wesley.Guild. Mrs,,'Curtis AMI. 71i bdaloL '

needs hw been amply, demonstrated Florida: can easily rifle volley rang out. With a scream the'lovely lady speak to no one save when It is equally expedient for you WhIttaker,. The, ,Choir Leon ,W. .- Dev.... lit
1 become a J leading state }In wood 'production and wood utI.atton' back Into!the arms of a your. foldia&> who speak and for those. who heat that the Jacte should. Jones;, The Children of Tomorrow 'rook pmwtMat.

; but only If we remove this obstacle of forest fires IA "Oh," she exclaimed, blushing, *. was so 'frightened not be published., ,Henry Kindred, The Churchof \ .-. laiisnt ,properttoto

ten States have Inaugurated Keep Green Program the rifles. Won't you please forgive met""It's Never allow yourself tp be put,under 'oath 'save for Temorrow,,. ;B nUof I Scant*. Bens w ...*. .. '

out tandlnf.i cfe Florida has now inaugurated the all right" the soldie' assured her "Let's f o over one of two, .aaone-in order to clear yourself of disgrace"to -; Crary, and. benediction by. the,, W* IL Mawr fa JrY1t :

r t *.a .a acceuy, n<{, watch the .,artiU...,.."-NorthwoUrn Bell. .-; dW save .your ft' .. :. ps.....: "
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THE pIUAXt HEWS* STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA THURSDAY' JAr(. .n'1 ,!ln. --- PACE' rm.ICIAL w

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..., MRS. FRANCES G. SMITH, Society Editor j

) ;1 NEWS,, and Happenings of' the .WE. ; ,K IN STUART News Item Telefebe* for this O paper noon mush en Wednesday reach the newiiffpe* *,; + k

.; Home Office Phone SM

Jvc, and Mrs. William,. 11.1, Palm Beach were"guests Sunda'I Mr. and M'rL J. C. Arthfky, Celebrate! -G.'LSTi- RESUMES MRS. MC LANE ENTERTAINS r

if West Caldwell H. Jjof Mr, and Mrs. Willis Paget 01 f Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary, Jan..ar 13 WOO WORKING BUSINESS VADA UALDON CIRCLE
i';Irene Ootdol er.of West Atlantic Court Apartments.. rt John W. Olson announced to- "Our hungry World"/was the ] BARGAIN'SLARGE ,
-- ""'!'--"-' --- lay that he has re-opened his program topic of the Vada Wald-
.wok-working and manufacturing ron c'rcl of the Baptist WMS1 I LOTS IN CITY 1
establishment la the rear of meeting Tuesday with Mrs i
100 ft. 660 ft.
HE STEAK HOUSE 1 ill* Cr\erko btlldlng on Colorado Charles McLane on Third St. x
Ivenue Following" ( a business session conducted ,ON GOOD HARD SURFACED ROAD
3 ,Miles South of Stuart' ed. Hi-Way Projected sale of the businessto ly Mrs. H. W. Munch,!" EF, '' 1

STEAK CHICKEN \d SEAFOOD DINNERS' Richard Powell. doing business' circle lender, Mrs. George Dld-,' '
LUNCHES i* Custom Craft. wag arranged den! { ,vr. the devotional, In :
:last September, but this Heal) hit charg o' the program was Mrs OTT6 UBIN'RINGS =
Beer, Wine anjfcoft Drink the rocks and Mr. Oilson la back L. C. Klckllter: with Mrs A. S.

GAS, bit, TlREySVuTO REPAIR l at his old stand, specializing In'' Blair, Mrs. C.. L. Boggess and
making tackle boxes and other Mrs. Munch taking part. Others I
i f f :sV" A. M .
Open t! II wood novelties, present were Mrs. J. a Nodine. '
C. L. ffunuintr: <\ er'.J frs. Ed. Burgess, Mrs. W, CGermain.
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--- -T --- Mrs. S. M. ,
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--- .-.-- -- T Oft JAN ZB-FEft. J A. 1 i. Maxon, Mr s, J. D 1
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'"Thfre Is no hotter 1I'1V! r, ntft',; Chrlstplri. Mrs. C. K. M'.mcb.Xtf
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JUICE ORAMGSS 1 t \ i tJl.1j ('I vr ( BJak'slee Mrs. Ann .
: .' r 'i* n.ilrttv'Al( :" J',., ''i' oi'r 1Jcr.tt'I. '

$1.00 nt :11: l.aJ'> :r afuf.rci! I +e ,f..It1,1103"( "' Ail'' "' ', ',' to: ., -
,-- -- -.r---- clt.. t Sroji\ ",t At erl- i IOTP[ : 'STRICT "ART CARVED" Diamond and Wedding Rings:
Ow"* Our SI4:. <1'* *4 .'<3' /*.' .* James Callowajr Anthony still Ht May r jcrt.lre: ::lo'f: es were 'I u, df ,.'fi(I it \'tlJlI"n; etivorsln 1EAC:' .tS. MEET --by \'\'I.'OItI I 1

'Joined in wedlock January II, 1S1 by the UU yet I. C. Brtwton 'e > *bst> "ancL of Nn- j Tea.-h rs of the 10th district. The Striking Designs of "ART CARVED" Wedding I ;
WE ALSO SHIP Cl\pA! .:AGES Of In Oempsey Ga. They feel'richly blessed that t1'.1r f.'U children' .lunal! Hith ".Tee', Jan. 28 Feb PEA '>11'1'1 convene In 'West Palir Rings Have Been Executed With I j I
In : ttn''d SI, tes and !f au- ,
t U1 Beach
uesday Jan. 28, t.3f
FRUIT MiJ >IIEREEd's nine grandchildren, and five ,rul.cr.ndolJlJrehatt lved! near ads *, ,'nso; ni b< the U.iltcd |I Distinguished Craftsmanship : 'I '
them daring most ef the years an' that most of U'T.rrilIr/ ese'Jd be r a. m;A'' Martin County) teachers I ,I j!'
Chrts:; : n V-uvh J ovcrient.TLA" are urn, :i I to attend. 1 ,
of their hf! ventwry" of
; present! to observe the Golden 4ti.niveer-ury
Fruit an/ No sty Shop married<< life. \loyal members of the Biptist charch :?'Jr. and Mrs" : I Wrist Watches I. ( "
Anthony also' take1 special pleasure In the fact, that the entire .,\ tC CftT; A.r..JULS Mr. r d Mrs. Peter O. KnightIII
GARLAND EDENFIELD, Owner family !belongs to their: church. Ref 't ar> '.tl&l v the Atlantic' I o: :iearwater: were! house A Wide Variety of Styles for Ladies and Gentlemen ,,1'
Court \park rent"i loclr.de; Mr. eucsf f Mr. and Mrs. Jacl j .
>r. 2nd St. A. Federal Hi-way ., Stuart,.Fla. CALL CONGRATULATE f .. I I
MANY FRIENDS TO end4: f.'j. B' .it. Phil delI] Whitt r of Port Seall trop
.... }THE J. c. ANTHONY'S... ,, .__. --, jWa, : M. .'11d irs." Guita.t FrM" I o Tuesday of the pas' '"t
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Jlsch-r and 'iss ij.llne hcr.Uk" week. ,
Mr.. and Mr, James Calloway} SIRS. MUCH j"N 1TIlTAl'lS I I :.j"
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:i'a l nt: .r. on. MrlH. ---- -- --- I'I'
UTCH KITCHEN J Anthony, arH received maul congratulatory GIRL SCOUT txwas E. '. IDC' r'. C .cliuml: ) Mr. I tSR'Y. :IPsRr'711a FlZfllrRlrl_i iE.pert Spidel, n, Geraex I' jl jlj
: messages, Iltts.':and; Ways and "weans of jrvxtlnf! tiM\ Tr ik ;i-rH: .:Cuba .; i'
: "' fee,acute eeet) for O5vlA Scout M. McKlntny 2 ARTNESS .,
Anwican :Sty call) M they' celebrated their :r T.Tr. and: )Jr. WATCH j
troop Isadora< were! cnnalde"ed( .t v uth Bend, Ind.
Golden Wedding anniversary met Thursday +II ,
HOME ACING the troop conutUtee I
; Jan. 18. Mr. Anthony H the son moralnf .t the home o' YOUI'i PEOPLE TO 'I Watch Reparing
DAILY SPECIAL iRTTERS 75c of the late Mr. and Mn.:Thomas Mrs. Wl'Jaford! / R. L unh. Th PRES iVT CONCERT i! I

Short Order*, Sandw k* and Lunches !Anderson.Anthony and la a na.* "com-nlttfe: also! aprr sued t" ut'# The ,public la Invited to a concert -'1 Bring Your Work :To My HomeAt C & I d
TAKf0Tpen 'work for IAChl ...r.ent bad "'. 't
TO '
five of Clayton county, Oa. BU i be presented\ next Wed- 81 Wesl Third !Street
Dailyt 6 A. M. to 2 WM. aid 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. Following tho bwrtoess session, needs: veering\ Jnn 29, at T: (Oiat.tii.
Sundays 7:004o lOsJVA. M.. wife Is the daughter of the' late Mrs Leach arr-ed 'Jumheon In .' Civic Center, Several Ofcecla Ave. Stuart, Fla '
uegelr Bldg. C. H. Storer, Mgr.
Ctheredge' and was born' in eulor schc.no of lavender and ;prt a ,.-,e' M.rtln County will be' I',

-- -- - -'-""'"""':'- Wilkes county Oa. a profusion of flowers. Those, heard: in t piiiio>> and vocal num. ___' _____ fi.. --= .-- -- -- -- -. -. -
present; were Mrs J. F. Bo ope, 'I.
After their marriage: Jan. 18, 1.tra. I ISCOUT I
LOWERS All OCCASIONS 1897 they lived In several places Mrs. Hubert Clements Mrs. hernias '_ I .\
For Kelt*, Mrs. M. i. Morrison,
In Georgia and In Perry' and WCSKEKS: HEARSTEAH i
Greenville. Fla. before coming to Kirs. Luther Dnniron. and Mrs.E .! l'r."N1". WORK I THE HORSESHOE BAR ;'
FLOWERS ,,A. Men: l1gcr.
Stuart 23 years ago. Formerly J)d7" A. O. Kanner T! C..
FLORAL A GEM TS the lumber business, Mr. Anthony VAN fIE WATERS vice kD1 n and H. B. Kraft were. ; Just Show Your Friendly Face
DOMESTIC and IMPCSMITH'S TE ERAMIC3 has been a leading grocer HAVE SONAmfouncement re-elected us :Martin county I
of'Stuar for almost 20 years. ,: ha born rtl ttprtv.Mstivss on the Gulf I In Our Friendly Place
Long active In civic affairs, 1 l r (five 4 here of the birth of cntu Llregii! Cornell" at an annual I '
FLORAL lFT SHOP Mr. Anthony U a member of Klwanls 1',-. and Mrs. Maknlm Van flc meet) ,, of district workers inV And Get \the} Vtltk' That Stilts Your Taste '
WE WIRE FUDWEl club. Chamber of Com- Water of WaalUnpjon"" D. C. .eat '' ,1m reach Tuesday night. :
> 1'orlI"n. 17 of Oco"ii V:\.hlr- '' Bcci '. exfiutlves outlined a Dolt ThatB clrage To Take Home4> : "
Association I
ads Bldg, 5th St,, Ft. Pifrct, Phone 310-J merce. Business Men's ; ,1 ,.? Ferret
: and Woodman of the World. ton Hospital' U> W8-'alntt3a..tbi rcw': <.yu plan for ''''-1 !
: t .11 I ;" -. He and Mrs. Anthony have been baby has been named DeniM, ::cent! :\ f scooting and presented 1 Spectprff E\ery Day !i :
devoted members of the Baptist I j! Thet'in; (A copy; of the plan to group I j

LIST your 'Room', Apartment and Rental church although Mrs, Anthony ::PAIM crrr WOMEN r f>f coi' .ity delegates I iM i '
Home has been forced to curtail her ,
with us., HdRSESHOE BAR
: THE '
L. 'FU 0R dJ activities during the past 'several. j'f A new Hc"'M: D-moaitratlon; : MEET AT CHURCH ;, :
pears because of Ill heal h. +'
club was orgT'lzed n Faun City /The: Alit Orayson GA's met WE CARRY A LINE OF PACKAGE GOODS BILL COLSON, Mgr. Ji'l i
four children
The Anthony's '
-Tan. 1. Officers
1 agsar f Wednesday Monday at the Baptist annex. '
have grown up, married, and set. president' : Mrs
elected were;
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BUYING SELLI C TLL' C Those on the program were
PROPERTY MAVAC T tied In Stuart and ,the family May Wallace; vl-e-presldent:: olive Klckllterr Zola Mae
Writ P. O. Box group can frequently .be found I .Mrs. ;'Kathleen De4 il'oisi secre Clakeslee, Pam Cross Jane Mor- '
316 North Cobra d Phone Senior Anthony home on California emlth. The firft Monday I f present were Patty Luckey, Betty The Little Jewelry Shoppe d
'I Ave. Their children' month was chosen as the regu ,
Stuart, -Florida Woods, Betsy Barr!,,Patty Berry
Mrs. C. L--Boggess, Mrs. L.: lar meeting date. Those\ present! Morrison, Joyce Harrell. ,
[ Nancy
Klckllteri; Mrs. W.:' O. C'I for the organization! meeting|i i.nd the leaders Mrs. J.P. Blates- WATCHES RINGS
and J, C. Anthony, Jr. '" I were Mrs. Juanita Erunslde,' Mrs.' lee and Mrs. L. C Klckllter. Af- .
NA4i1 Pt TED AdftTISIN0 nine ,grandchildren are Donald1 Mrs. H. McFarland.. {t
,, I i B., Flnauer ter the \meeting Ice cream was COSTUME JEWELRY ''I
I A. Burroughs of Stetson Unlver Mrs. Yolan' Eksko.: Mrs. M ratrf lit
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city. Willis O. Penney. Jr.. Mrs. V"nl1-r., Mrs. 'V. C.DrLonz:
: William C. Miller of Melbourne, Mrs.Leona Smith *'!'I! Kay: WaiIftco. !- 8ATM KICKS .CIRCIE .
Jollne KIckllter Mrs. SliMc'j .M"s.Kathleen.7)tJ'i1bla, ,Mrtft. fcfOlN": ; $'11'DY Corner7"M Specials
Harmon of Cherry Point. N C.I t, pacl-artl.! n!alp!, Ml' :' !; ftlbb: Miele tt-rtc f the ,
Mrs. William Hal Jones of Btnftt! }1.. t. IIr1art\1: \, It1*. fcutoh Mai-:. Tirpttt' \: was: loot ',.p..1" +{. -
07 'Jack- Boggess of Stetson tru'tvertlty lery Mrs, (5 "" Crer'a: 'tvt;.. Ar- ''' !KiDJC; ,, w.'.,: :,:r"t:: { ( HlKIB I 3t l EARL 1; PENDAl T SET .. .......... :.... ., ."".. _.... u. .')f'
Charles Boggeos, ant J. C. !font Filein-s! pits. C G ?,ill lrf!*>i'V.! I R'rardo'4i.ih'.' f i-t.; o\.1''r.\ f

I Anthony, HI. Five prot:zrand-: Ern: ; ; .icCl'A 1 K. H, ie l.'Vi"r, ccnd'ict-! V'/ffiFLEX:}; STRETCH%'LE l\IE 'S. BAND .. ... .. ... *6.o;
children complete their ImmedJ- .d a a/jnii/ k'raln'.e 'r..la'lo :and'
rate family-Larry and Lynn I II ors crtrts: :'EiT3GT'VOOI'.11.SN t the |,<;4p j made: runs to,collect !

.....-.... I Miller. of Melbourne Sandra'! : HALL R bob of civ hlJII) be sent to ; CHATELAINE' J ETS Identification BraceletsPicture
Lou Nangela. and William ,B., Following their bna'ness meeting Kuroj! s after;; lie 'ting! 'Mrs. M> ; ( Locket)
Jones, Jr. of Stark. ( .'tlimCOtat i Chits ',read alni: />wlejj''mpr.ts I|,
Thurs.-1'y j
EXCLUSIVE ,AGENT I Among /other gifts, the An-, Woodmart fail, ors: circle mem- 'ror.CMr, a "id ,...",;. I at b x''I|, : :AMEO PE.N DF N CHARMS $1.00 UP
f thonys received a huge basket of I{ bersliwd} tt.b'wlps bee, .Thrso''Urea'[ ':;'* sent :'t .m)\, Ariierlca. I j r
flowers In gold 'orchid and Cloth I m.:, be- 'ft till: week' '
present were, MM. S. A. Marsh.; '
FOR r [green from the Baptist church, Mrs. B, B.! Chrpman! Mrs. HsrHcdrlclicn. at itoyeD'i Furj.nure 7 I: CA': )). rcilowUs.i.cJfvo.lonf :. Expert Watch Repairing tI 1: ,
which they put Into the churchfor Mrs. P. t BteelmanTf': : 'Uy ;.!n. T. T", I 'hI)
the Sunday morning' service Mrs. JT, J. Cls'lc;. Mrs, George L. tons, Xrs. Phil '.;.:I-wtll uug .I* :
CENTURY A TSA tot the membership enjoy i Rcwlf, Mrs. C. W. McPherson the flint chfipb* of the new' PROMPT! AND COURTEOUS SERVICE ) cfJ
: Next Sunday the entire family .Mrs. A. Cj Coi'r'or; Mr>. O. BjCadwcl. rtudy Hook "Chlatus i Enptoi j jOthru '
will gather at the home of Mr., .)/ Members nee .'ked t) present .re IfrH.. L1' 21; -'; Osceola Ave. Lyric Theatre Bldg. ;e:
and Mrs. L. C..KIcUlter In El' bring their ?fwlntj' UU to tn'brst 'I Jeralt', Mrs Haf dorado Heights) for ft dinner U ) mectlnsr Feb: I, at Wood ., P. J,ckSii-l: Imi. ;. Small, Hicks!I if
and Jug. 0..C. Crews.' t -*' .
honor; of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony. man Halt to make gUU.: -
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ld.ibg W I i You wouldn't i\ilnccAtlmSing\ ] yo \tires to a grindstone but that's just what ,

Mater l UNDER : r .CEMENT I' you arc ,doing by driving a, car with wheels out-online and !out-of-balance.

WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT- OURS RC'AND J Bring it in for a che kp on our latest Bear Wheel Alignment Machine. ,

I* Still Scc too .INSPECT, OUR MERCHANDISEJ. ) f .

put'asa .Lumber Co. I i P., McCLUNG.i ;I RALPH- .. ULMER MOTOR- GO.I .

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I Ix StUI Doing 'h.PHONfM.'BeI To Supp4 Teat- !k .:160,! gi n'lJj! j OLD PIXIE STUART ) .",

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Palm City News FOR SALE WANTEDuiiimiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiirifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiN f ACROSS t. .......... Braes Colonel Wlllla B. Teale at Jacksonville Later Jii was' named Commud:

111111IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIoaalllll111111liilhlt i I I I I 1 Mncculn. a 0..115 beoomes the new U B lei Officer, Albany Engiaw

i By ANNA >K: DATtiimiiuiiimiiiimiiMiHMiiimiiiiiiui JlHNBON H.f a..4 OtilHUAflU, W.kw MOTOR.K>h, ack 14>. W b.5 AMTKUl, sk Cut-i rm totorw Maklx Is Mo,p55., MOO n 4 r.: kln.= rat D I.j I. M.tna were.IIuII' District Engineer for peninsular Depot an4 In June 194. Commandant ,-

Gi / Cfl33HD f m mI [ $Wart Ca.-_ Jon. UMPOR teurhrrat..11> SWvko ,.lah5 W, 0, 1a .h. Philip., Ir D R N T I" Put Florida; succeeding Colonel A. a of the Army Engimg.

> .Mrs, Fred Walton gave a alI.av.fia,AI.K Modvt, ,.11,.,Alma st. sw TralW mt t.JNi.H... HICIP WA RD A? R UA FOUNTAIN 1s. "I red: A 5 t 8 5 T E USJ.rr= Jones who for the past three School Tort Belvolr Va As Chief

birthday; party oa the afternoon 1 Ssik| burnt A.r x..51.55" art ART UQ W P, APPLr IY. t 5. Vn.5.11 I whO ...... T T J: := Nwr. d 'w year was in charge. Engineer\ la the Pacific/ area C4

of January 17th In honor of her 1I I FOR GALE, blrrrl >kiHo .... ,/ p.1-m S.torte MEDIA7SL tkw' .hNn I K L I !t. DomaucatN dnwmi: a. A graduate of the U 8.Military Teale was awarded the Dutia.gulshed .

4 .. In Stu.ri In Ci.penr WrluIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiillillllMIIIIIIII 11. 'CIU.rtu..'"''"? .1. _. Academy in the class of ,It 17, (Service Medal fo. hi,
twins Nell and Kant third 4<, nn T\e 5/5,1< N. A IwnimtISI
WantadiO 5.5, .
mM tra.A
iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi 5551 'ir: war'and.. served for superior performance of
: :
I Jan IS .T w Ile s.4 t7..de. A R L M E 51. .. I5 a during the dutlei,
birthday The .home and yard APARTMENTS FOR RENTIllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllli Aw .e,0Ynd u 511r5.5.5.. ..t 'I two yean as Chief Engineer off and also the Legion of Merit.
I A were decorated tor the occasion BOAT FOIL SALE 1 If NEED 1 IllllllllllllllMALE. 111 Illlmtalllllllll !5. ('told. In.te; N 555. .... i rethe U 8. Army Forces In Australia -I bis outstanding services at thiengineer

y 'nd 'II children Ir'taU) enjoyedthe OFtaPAI. HE1 WANTED11111111INU11111111111111 saL T-=;r' I DL EST sL Anii.n-: ", and of the Services'of Sup I school

25'x 8', Deck shin 111111111111111111111 .......... .r N R A N road r ..Ilee -
party as did also 12 of their fwfg\. rT Adv55ew wit tIt .S.e,
Gray Marine gin. A (laa faniratAnar 5,, 501 415. U U.a Qob: N TR E U '. sl5h.ml.t'{

y mother: Present were: Butch r1H First $150.0 tikes U pin 14.*Privola tee '... .Isn..sd...r.N/ 55%,., SL. aM7rl late/b.., R I T N D pans marourr'0< SALES see, U$ F.ra

Blackstone, Betty fHeureux, Also one Dodgt ef gin* with I 1 taW If amaWat hit s..5Nw! h.Pwcl.r I. E N E Ac t1. ICSd. et 5.1155

; a Catherine Clements, Frances all marine cbrJersions ,. laanoM Inf. 5. Tuh\.: 1M ... -11 nl5 do Repair, as
Stoswll, Frances Crews Violet, Itl1! e IP ft ,111!., One .df rv/.a A'IuR m p./d raatlf.a.very Hinds 41 Immarao M far,"t5 4. I'rcmo.l5H55 R -
12 \
new rat heavy Year. A. op 551 of Hratl.eI ::1: 1InIr of11.callh 45. Small: qut/tb" er.AI: :, I 44: Mall.
I'-- .: a-., a E.wr,. w. !T ..a 14, tUmnan' SERVICE Parts
Mary and Judy Crews. Freddy 'm am' In am' Duty Exide Vattery I IT. UodaI t .Fla I M/n5.wla .f.II.
1 G. 5 p.ur a -t rull5. dt5. Con.t.ll.LIN1: I tA.' 47 Chop
Jon Jerry Mallory, Merry Elisabeth I Make me a A offer. (ton for I It4l U TFee., fjtniMlancltnt DOWN 41 A mar
Kt GIr J11 W 019! Coaxuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiitjiniinii YYII ,. MNt ..1IINet ISnJo.5.551 eel pllanf. l- ..:."u.IIa I5fa. 5;001 InAI..
Mellander Joanna Mann, Ask for Krog<* it Stuart as / aalM pf railed

I Bobby Wortham Vincent Lee 'I City Trailer Car/p,7)f) venms. SERVI S OFFE 0111111/H 4 : Greek tl"U: l'F Bees .a i: .row[ WHIM:mud' Pbrm d.n6'r.;;:t/ ARNO B A 4E R

Hlgbee. Shirley Hlgbee Ernie 5L It the pMw. lw,.. Iii a. Mellon' rock sins
p lrtMLINO CA ET An Mils.. IIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIwriKLt IIIIINIIIIIIIII 111119 .1 55. M15Ye 4. In.lmm.aUUHjr IL Pltpan $t. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W
d Hlgbee. Vickie Diana and ATLANTIC COURT 4 5.wer.. 5.111, a 15.1 r., Silk or
k .55t to SS W V. lb. .1.. It.o. 111Mg RECORD EnLIM.tsr.t
Hughey Holden. Freddie, Nell I APARTMENTS ., an M i.5/reef .l IA. .,t N.... Tk.d..4 .5-55 war 2 J / s 7 9 o f ..-
Nan ant Mary Walton. The I I ucP M 55n. M ... 5N. b5 w -
STUART FLORIDA beat 15. .h .tor.. by Ina t5.InaA.d. ./.
mothers present were: Mrs. Hu- WHEN AVAILABLE sate. t'ler, "w.15;a. l.itk. .. L.t a. .h.a row A.kw Y... "
.. LabA. 1 5Yth5. .Ing.r .5 $tosj Nan .5(1,.. It t: : : : : : : COUNTY .
4 bert Clements Mrs Charles ..,'lrUlr ,...I.\.. UowckMAliartaionta.. '.... aului. 1176, See, Arihu 1. Ipso.Obi. I : : MARTIN

1 StoMcll Mrs. Henry Crews. Mrs. .' x11'PI' .' .1. 44UI PAYROLL BOOK N. d..l .r 5. fw
W. T. PAGET kwHnff *. mn4 wlUikoMliivU s T
j I Fred Joss Mrs MeUander Mrs { AALE: a .. i'ssw.... aald and p eM OMH r mr fwa..q.a WELL DRJLLERSAH
John Mrs TCLKFHONE flU 5. 4- t 5. .,tt ban., Id.. Is.rtt y.u k... 1* or iMrtS lorooi.. Roo .
Mann Robert Wortham ,.,. .. ,
a In.l 5wasr, en.t r l.rt.r Ak for Ikon tho Sturt N w
: Mrs Lee Hlgbee, Mrs. Era. ,.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl1YtlllllllllllIIIlIllllllllFOR ,. ... It af., +C ? 5 e Type /Pumping .

eat Hlgbee Mrs Lloyd Holden I SALEIIIIIIIIiliiiI1111111111111111NIP'I1IIIIIII PAIR NALE. H P 1,4.551 0415. 4 'ELDING s1
laif. f NEW E I T
and Mrs Gene Mrs 55.5 1'1 run. ,11..15 ii..
Thompson. .. SERV
area. 5 It. rem 5tA slant, .w.hu.e E
,,( Thompson assisted the hostess,II i %/ !! pant b ton Jar, t Charles May/s & JacPGipson
Km SALEi U runt 1I.I'It." b.t. IU p 2
.i Mrt. Walton in serving refreshI t ..,....... motor prw'.kwllyCo w. Still SAI.E 'tAI..r $YW.5DA nd5ta ANYWtHERE. ANYTIME 318 E. Fourth St. Garage Apt
I ments a* win ml Hadirla. Sal to', /Nurtkf ./ film, 1 t .5s. 05515. Prkad
Si Lush Rlvw/ U II. H:rt-.y No I ITOR 1. ruts, tor Yui.k ?k Heeh H.. L.S..lh OXYGE ACE LINE OR I 33 94
Mr and Mrs Isaac Harpster I N Nt t.wfe Rfv.r 5.54,., 5TW Just West of Or. Parker's Office
'" ct Peunla Furnace, near State' QUICK- aAI.E Tm 1)41 KoNu IVR SALE: 1.11 5S t,, bp.M Fi.hw. t'Lrlr" I OR UTXINGF
t College' Pa arrived last week I ,.... Mold. 55.T. K ..4 M.q..e.- Can M.e.n al Fr 5hr Creek.ttR 3l
rtr, .bothn' ....n.( ... .,tdlt Wt. SALES --
4. for -several weeks here on vacation. bkPT., UNITED gUGAJt UJHI'.. ELSW; RAI }.' On,,,, ''n'' UI'.. 55'1, Lot Ne II DA > > S EN
r The Harpster spent the 1 IrTON. PLA.J. In hlu.l' N.. 5. U.,. ".. h... e 3'z
I .,. 5. 15 t5.FOR Write: K.II/ GII/o./ NI,k. Aro.. ....... CHASON\ ERV1CESTATfoN / TION
:. : I THE
K\ winter here about three years i "I J... lt i.lYik .I
SALE!:, i ......., .u.... oil ....... I' 3'
the home
ago at of Mrs George I Ilk. mw Small i in 10... G'u.eu and xAl E I+.dAle Ii"n .nd r.k. ee.Ile .. I / Cars Lubricated While In ASwayingMotion
Jpgeq.nd old friends welcome] (kW. Itb SI. L.m_ A', 0' GO. DelFCR I rem nd.., U II. '.. 1'.1. CIt,. PHON 22 / .
.--.,.-..-,-- --. Pho 11. W u 1 so sf No Extra Ch gefx
their return. They are living In :, v.
'1' ,,1, tt.tE: "I- 1.11 aide J".. I A'I' l'.In .. AlI '
one of the buildings owned by' .. Y. rondltbn ['altpron. INN..' .,.,. h J.. .'1 SLAT PAPER TO- a 5.., 151. s3 MOTO WAY
D. H:' WentiMrs. 51.1. J. .::t'; .1 15..5 IA, pS. M 5
'' ----- I I urn t.Alf.irril :, fix ,.It ,\.,... pnrd" k S.tJ 41. ..,wb 4. N.w.an .
;, :0 E. Holt ot New Lynne t'OR "ALl!:, Rh, ,...itvi... Mo.t S.IeSk ..1' Inn" C r.rI ".1'0/ eSrA .Mill! : tfR.kn.
'$i ., l...sUon Nt, I.... i.... I thty. .bit.. I ID Ira.' .11 awe Sw Arlhul ss e 7. Increases Life of Car Redue Bills
Ohio arrived last week to loin .. ........ .. / epair
j c.. .. 5 .n .1. n. loan H. I '+ m, Ikun -!I ,WI.. d hsllb 5 .nt..
her husband who came south Dui r. 0. Aries. 11 1\ .. t dl,14a Ilp, d.. .d 5. SPINELLs
RKUoDtI'OVPkINN dl.gnM5. Pb Mra T. C 1(15.1.
: several weeks ago. They are living -i FOR : i r rRAlJ.l \ MARTIN i 5.W. nwN.. uDRAOLINI5 ;; I.utI- OJ.-'I"! ,
'I' OIl/11V./' ('''MP!, T4! Hili. I. cast >bINGINO S I
I i in the trailer owned Mr. '
I by 1'541.. RAMLAGAl (IONIC 1L FONT .5. ftI man 5,5.5.55. PTA COUNCIL IS'ENTERTAINED I'I W. C. Rein Phone 9144
Wentzon his property.Mr. HrKCK 5 d., e .4 PNltp Gnp. 1551 1 TS STUARTBUI

and Mrs Henry Frisbee' BUNGA: no WON I 1415: : .n.. .. _.. ... 1.N.,.P.1.1.. 51.W7,50 I .,4,,W.ru? 55,,Ph.IS, IS.M. Morton known as The ?..,... ..-.f ...._.,- -
20 OR MOOT LOTS I SIM full ri** 1.1 .,1555 5151554Iw .. 55. ::::.
and small son, Eddie returned FRUITTRE\S rose: ph : .. I Singing Sergeant" was tea 44.. .
: 1 ... M-1 .. all.ar.... BY
recently from North Carolina 1..11I p.ryrrlr tern GHOST WaiTRp ConflomtklL( 4. lured on the Arrays radio program -
$94 D00E nl 1 I Stuart Chf *",1.. "..'It, P-4 4o p..d.b5 wrro. piiblldtr, MtoMmropkloi -Y
where they spent the holidays !10'' _fcn roa T'r. 'Into Fees" ... Unkti. >por l n. K.> Itot. Snort Hello Moth". visited Stuart Rom where I sit..Ay Joe Marsh
I I II I.' .boon. M''h.41, b. 1S.5" pnM11rBe Fbrld., aJu. '
I In Fayetteville at the home of '
I CHARL ONR D I. W Co ..... .._ UH oa"l.M- e. Ida- III 14 DRAMATIC CLUB this week. He was the guest :
I Mrs. Frisbee parents, Mr, and .1 I'..,.. :' ....n. '1.. .
SALER J5n ts 5 rb. e, II w r wAS.- .;. oLAtty Harris Lowery, Jr.. tQrm- ,t }
Mrs. Marlon Edwards They re- i 0117c'k .

ported a pleasant trip and good I : : : SALEU I j LAUN RY SERVICE County Council er classmate and fraternity'!) wjh'jgGoes I :
Eve dALaI A ... trmlro Martin of PTA, brother as Stetson university, '
I bunting (.....tuI..h A ..... h... 1'...... $D TRUC C Bill graduated from Stetson In :, '
_Oradx Bozone of Mississippi Aih5. fI. Sufsk Isle." 0... .e.nt bl I"b'' 1936 CHlVROLET II 1 Ton met Monday at the high school to School I at 23
...hl.... Naa 5'-.I*, ..... .......... the School of Music Joined the
5.5/.54 last week for vacation I Completely'! Overhau Your carefully and of the .
:, a EARL' "HIN Y. It laundry. heard( reports presidents Army Air Forces In which his '

with his brother and family Mr. FOR .ALEo u.knt tor ';"'.;-:4raYh ; I Good lire.. Priced RIGHt washed dean ana returned of the Various county unit*. talent took him to Hollywood,l it..bod.J j.shlsg Wilke W.ib. ever s
and Mrs. Jolly Boaone, and withmany I ,,t. ""'1 t r'no1 .5551.5. ... o. FOR QUICK' SALE.. to you damp forborne dry CaL to the Fiddler about Lois \back to school Tfcer well- ,svsd'eMlr fsvorllr btf-
Appointed as nominating committee Join Jimmy
friends of past years spent' boa .... larva ba.rA. Ile. lr5.nPV WILEY MOTOR ing and ironing.I We will I ,....btr when Willis ".. IIld.I eras milk, *c a temperate |l4i

here number ;; :.: COMPANY deliver were Mrs\. James R. Blackof I program. of b f For these tae "tkm Hi"tUstrslaL
i a of years ago on I wtwml,1 fur vb Gawk.5t. pick-up and and give T ,.-. --- o.. I la the woedth JMed Ikkrlaf r
Palm City Farms ) L..I. NIIOR PHONE 291 you two dayseconomical se ice on tbs. i HObe Sound, Mrs. Jack Saun- I CHU1IOIU CNRUT..CILNTtsT U.* ri se4 can hoew U> Pt. 1A assr Reepee.IbiUty, R

Mr. and Mrs George Clint I "ALE:, N :cw't "r'-:;:; ; I j.. u a ti wet ash. Rate ,derson of Salerno and Mrs. Herman ""'UTH"_ vktak 10 ...HI. ..U..jaot a .d"5' tl ta..nh.e r.- Bubo" under the Gi Bifl ofRich its-'

have been living In Salerno for U ,..... t A iw A. 5S ....1.. Evil SAL!:. Tral;< ;-.11I'n.: ..4 _.. 8c Weighed Belts of Stuart :"c1.-::, .. .. Ihravikwrt tk. or4! hers 1 sit eraicst: I olluveterini
11 sad ,
I 11111.... M. .S. wen t. M iiahttYl. .11 U .. pe pouni I.. ......,. J..,.rr. K sWUUe (who has.wife r
Sometime having moved south IserdhN,0111/ Hpdein., .. .dal c.:.. I II P/A.1 1',10,01 is "" v"v.hue 415 .Dd Jaw.x. .5.15. when ow. Man um bundle I The newly-organized high': TIM GoMu Tot tot JK k >tk. SpirittfcM b by) ts getting a tree SARa- o rho wouldn't
tt .Ih I } ... d. Nl.era., U. .N. ..: : t1t break. kMwiM UM Spirit
partly on account of Mrs. Cline'spealth. J'I ;Itr.W.y 11"11' 10 poun school dramatic club' 'The Mas I" wYa Ja5.e. tloa at the Agricultural College. rent to returtitkschool-wouldst

Mrs Cline recently had j'IroR t-aos.a;.. ..ral,,.: 55.55a. -'.fella I I lOP KALE N 'II r .10...... .. .nd iwN. i que", presented a one-act play,;I .. : \lb5 15t.1iw..SfEb.: ., .u.ptlw. And Uncle m U giving 'him a tick to stead habits of work udmodwitlon
a l'o_.. .. WET WA 8c 1b.PEOPLE'S IV Loatoa-S-raoa 'U 14 f ere. Is:
I 'WI 1st. 01
a second stroke which completely i ...n red .4",tt.M. wlr tor .ar. I II N, hum 755 ).......l HlKkukr 5 J.51151... II per "Enter The Hero", with the following -' :Ika I Blkloi: Pal aa tka arkola ='te. fine report! "Doportoxnt, .. -, k v. heir snntrin

paralyzed her for some time I on4krrMn i SI. l).knji %map-N DwhorKuoo K I OR SALE t"!) UNDRYPh cut: Winkle Saunders- an/s.t Bod/, tnal u..t1.ra mar 15.ka ana aatoIkvmftm. .i;StaadMM lent, Progress, above average* "uadorgradpta.) like Will*

She U now much Improved and tMth. : Winkle Saunders; ,Willie Wells- ia.hg Ii sat. Th.t goy for all thoM ......
;; _
.. COMPLETE SELECTIONOF I wttk Imlk tut .a 1M
1 able to walk about and has been Hrh,,AU.. iij k po..eUN .h.NMudrlStrslW. 1 etRNUu Willie Wells; Jean Saunders ,r+ pl lM< W 151St. .5n.u .'. And m gradwhvotersaLlk.Willl.they. .flete "I .
staying part of the time during'I luflln.* l>%N. and BfcM,.lor. r...... SHEL JEWELRY AND Jean Beacham; Mrs.'aunder'sBarbara -. :.rho': .. A I.LaS. ".J the ..ord ,apPreciate SB tducsUoa mare, Ikea ,f oe (11.4( .
4104 TokrVH"' *' Y. Salora.FOR .. tf )1NOVELT1ES\ WIlX SELL +t'Rlr'r T 5505 BNrx5k\ h M. 5"4 .l teed" '
her Illness with her friends Mr. j. I liNai 5. n r ..5n.t5 Stewart. The coach was l Lnbah.... 551. I" 571.T5. .
1 and Mrs. George Corley. p.. fI" on. I. .. .I.h .... \\QUIiNN 1 rad 5or4. Son Ili, lwrt.rI.AI. Owynn Sincere, Refreshments '.'''. .. .sus. m. .... C I1.IIo. .. -
.. HARPER ATQUINN'S .. M4 H N Wddrsle Breed.Fas1sI1MI"''"++
Mrs. M. M. Baker entertained ., The next council meeting will Yek.etep:-- ? .:: c.TiI",1911.
: iTOREf: JENSEN Jan 5. 55. 55.' Ik* Tin.rt. kr ... -
her Sunday school class and -- be held at the Salerno school Bakes K Mpl "?....* ......14. ud 4.... I ----
orrlcs CKAI..... VI hoo ", .p"'o' BEACH, F\A. NO TELE- EXPERT PIAN TUNINGKnI'5.'I.eIt. lrlMi>4U Tn'a
Mrs. O. B. Cadwell class with slosh 0' ..IVN anigAtr, PHCNE C 55.5 wr.ttl e. bend .. Monday, April 28,,at 1:15: p. m. 5.s.s ..4 .- sndls,, sad LISTEN' TO -
& at her home afternoon .k ..h...., read .st. flpi.hr. IHekwt nntn / ,r .est.. $I4 S, Hwl.s.Ib a,145R.dha ..Itb swr o.d A.4
party Friday In the home
w\a .,, .... '10.... ...helb, I WHOLESA ? 551. 05... ....e 15.5. U were served economics lL..w.N aN Tntt il..e..rw -iJ.: .l nf h
of last week. Nine of to "' '''''''. a.1555 w. om. -1 WELCOM LLSlPLEASE.1 dept, rooms by the Stu- t."b-: > InfldU d1.5.r'b.. ) WiI
I VIOLIN MARE n.IAn,, a.. nb.br ewes Trek Nd rr". bM >Ml tk ,
the rt
two classes of girls were OK SALE rlr.p4.y 'y.5 nos 1'.llh.i ,OF / ,. E4 S. 5.,. 571, Oea.RMS. art PTA. 5..1..41 I U4 Irllo.l.-.til.,-mrwl. n4Ik 7I/ r ,
present and the teachers Mrs In..o..d 5: h,* ssi.ee (1.. If a..a. tf r..l- t.u.5.4. t). /

{ Cadwell and the hostess. Mrs. d ..E.U.nI. H. ill %.u. Bo. 4 41 aj I ____ a _. ,
IlllllllllllililllllUllllldlllllllllllllllllllFOR I ROUGH DRY SERVICE
Baker All had an enjoyable af. roe' \ :'l."i.. ';;-tl.inhPli\.;.;. -- (I 1.55b. WNT I THE NEW 'j r .C/ I"
ternoonSparbrite. ... twin, e, .d.r l>n.fl inotof LAUNDRY SERVICE I
Wish elute, Hlillt iprll. 1M 5, C..... 11/n111H111II11111i.H/ ( 111111111111111I1111
c..... U, c ..yl.. |lulM llouM >.U. UK HtNf A5r1n. ,.0. 5/ ........bl. r ATOMIC LAD IS' FOUNDWW l .
tries .",e.r lent" I Sties., .......
------4. V. .10. era,. ......"."" CU c_.... .... Your laundry carefully wash I I .
roe SALE ; ,M. OH ..... lrll...l sueshww I 1---- _
>...110.! H5j .. H, R. rrff... HH HEM I I"ikonrSlnot. *.. .kwl ..d ed, jill Flat t/ork, sheets, Eldon SutherlancHAS '
.Boa 41 II..... IIG.ii4 Ylr! V p.hen' I lor 1'1.Win* hikt ".hl... ironed and Every
a \ oI -- ; 15551155.. r.Ie. 1'r ... caw. pills -slips, JOINED TRI I
USEDKCARS If wears app el l dried for OUR Wed
( Mon.: FrLi45
1939 Oldimokille.. 4-Door OR KrVT; Ap"| ,u,, .l b4anCr, home oniag We can give The Atomic Service Power of the TrJf U still Sixty .
\ .1.... .I 1.,111. I, i iko 01. .tor. 515 .red. and will A. >>>
Sedan | tw irvue and at
old -5v' vi .aSA 1. Wt5wt.rd. you ays Smiles Per Hour. Jack Kenny Eljon are your
1938 Chevrolet Suburban |I' ,' 14.; ; t! pick up an deliver yourDOliALDSON I .."ice. ,

Both ears W very good FOR KLNT Mr :St.: _OM. Fla. laundry, hi. ecomotucal WIRA I
la ready to give condition I two neil, ...... i 55151,. l .pa........ service, fo our family, Atomic Trio Grains of Wwcjflrn:
Two bio h. U .h.""* nf n5r. A..an
:your floors and rugs the Phone 291 .. C. 8..... .$55. Y
Without Bird
1M. RAONLY A Buyer Observation .* Like A I
attention they need. Spar WILEY MOTOR COMPANY ; RANT N.;.1,. *10 S d Cottaannlln J .
;... r II. II t ._ .. brite prices will meet any .5 Na IIII. ...'. Mf4.M. J. "*>. lies When you buy feed a_ ., Stuart Fftd Store,you can ,
FOR SALK, Roialoreod ooncroto watorfltora l5 Weigh Dry.PEOP .
competition. ...... ap rail waur. a.*tle get thousands of dollar ortb'o information free 1' 1
...k.. -.... ....... I.fl floor katk HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIUalllllllllllll 'S UNDRY gratis for nrthmg: I .

I "Floats expertly sanded Sib_.,...-raai. _.",1.".,.'..ao5a t kara. lakh...... ......... LOST & FOUND one 7MURPH We deal with farm and bo u lies only| There- 3 RANK

nd ,"finished. YOU ...h... alorai pra aoa.rtu kulU n... iimniimiiijiimimmimiiiiriiiiuiiii fore wears qualified to serve better than those 'Vi, PARKER

tank proof. roof*. .... oa.t Iron anilpi LUST lit,.A4 or tl.4 lonalo. apot who sell for few cents less E. es we give war .
TH< KIND OF a pr
CHOOfE tool ,
-, aiaai Mo, lr: < ho wator trd +I >omli old HM Mr aaaio oaolln dl /
InnkaS ......, ....-. 1' oat a.ft.noon Tkli V.' *aa sjfl and .> aarmatltMi free farm Health booklets that ,6Ac to publish. M, "tlbet
FINISH*; plaiSc, bakelite, ." hul R SANDING a
ran I panpol/ ooon SALE r < v.e5 1. ,5 s.5 R..N /
laquer elite varnish I' $". J..k N5"na5.isar, Pw1Sew. .1' A,. u. 1, flatrlnir to Wr AN FINISHING NEW FEED PRICES at s Del eWse r+we
,, ,. I,,
ne'I 5.5 nn5rls a I4U, Bu.rl.
.. O. 51.5.1.a. "
Pe ONE 32-R Wayne Layer Mash; Print B *:.$49 .. $5.OSS39 "wt
line .... .. U. iiOR 55,55
Combinations 11. ; ::5..I,. '
LONT 5'55. wk wmi.p Mash Print B 5.25 M p
,, I ?Iwbl n5.ki.... Wilt n.5. PI a BOX 604 Wayne Grower "ppi,1ssL ire
,thereof [ coats sire .1.5.. LWrS p .15.45 5.4 wM'.. K. u Wayne Scratch 4.98 .03I ssy M
J buff.d.'AI loors clean .. .AI. ..k.d 1 Mahw, A. a.wN"dwwe wc- r 4 M
f 4.90 9.Q0
20 Cent
Moder crete Block l.r I r ,, SPECIA.LLAWN Wayne per vwefjIr.+,4A54.

t :wand wax or bakelite R B. m House ITRAirD ir.a, ,%,<6j .1 H-k J rbalirhl. MOW G SERVICE

Mopped and Led.'ed Cement tit oof, composition 5(5,5. 5-.16,red lad..h. _l ISs.e.Red Seed 5s4 dr.Mew" y. POWER LAWN MOWER Stuart Feed Store

the floes, 18-inch ex- .p tt,4. A. 'ra -. 15, w.w. HAVE YOU LAWN CUT BEU. BREAD
Asphalt the an linoleum of raorJlia 55.5O laud. Mra. V. E, :
bau.t fan, odern i sink, WIIIIIA, .. 4s. earl REGU RLY AT K4 Y .

( laying avail bl.. electric hot ter heater, tiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiinil llllllllllllllllllllNOTICEI ) REd1SO BLE FEE 'KENNETH PHONE: J10 tORRA/NJ/
steel windo s\Located in NOT 'CHA JACKSONThird
JKugs and rp.t' cut
Beasey Addition\ o. 2, Stuart llllllllllllllllllMlluf A %t111111111n1Mss'ENcxx | / 80 t St..O. ,. .. ,

<.pd, laid. d \ oolta./ Lwlhi ruppoit D*, ..xl .III..s;Oimar Mr'*. Write Boa 485 "

s Rsigs clea d. Pic upVdeJ Write eVO Bo* 1089 An. csI Plan. 1'r. 557.15 hrwrolla.4 If

( I. i.. mice.T. StuaH, Flora/ It u M yw 5... r.b.115 ., b... NEW 'TIRES AVAILABLE r

cleaned i AV \TAKEN ,
$ 5io0r S Is L raussta.Mkbu. 11..5.55..1. b... '
4f io01.ii r.h1 CNI.c..b P -, ,i e/Ww, aa ssi.e e.e Ns..I.r., Dne Ose. GOODYEAR .. IIINGTRiCK'

d polabing {1151455n MIAMI HtRALDIND 6 PI

ing S. b5 PALM BEACH PdST alnd
r a)tila>ee f oh rent. 515.55.s.5. ,a.. $15.55.baAI.e.V.. OarM ROUTES IN STU/ST. CARD. OFWe E:8: CAR

WRITE BOX 774 STTMRT wlsf to/ipreaa : I SER
sAu1f4e heartfelt thanksfto our mans' XPERT1EPAIR.! ALL'flbus..
"' ? R FOR NEW DELIVER 3. e "
Write aw! Call friend foK tbeV kind ..
Cbe let 1517' tea Stake ezpree-i '
H. P. DONALDSON \ UliiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiifiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiie
r SPARBR17E TreekLosd ] 1111 Ions of tfeAhy and floral WILEY ,:. ., ,, CO.
tributes durlB out Wnavoment
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0Oi'' 'R OL70 b Mitchell Hartman- of New Nautilus Hospital : '1j

; Brighton,:Pa, arrived Wednesday -C-- WI .
SOCIAL NEWS of Stuart]\ morning by plane In Vero Mrs. Richard A. Tunlty, Mrs. '
Beach and tam. on to Stuart.tovisit Carroll Dunscombe, Miss Mary m
v------c; --.- .---------- his daughter, Mr:Ed Barton Shackelford, and Mrs, James H.
lltilTTERIANS: MISS RAMONA KINGSLET and his brother, R.:W. Hart- Smith were In Miami Thursday FOR SALE (
IAISE FUNDIniuguratlng I ENGAGED TO WED man. 00 attend a meeting of Red Cross fcltl i'
their Presbytertalnshored / : CPO and Mrs Lee !Roe and two Administration offices '
station funds Club I } daughters; whose riverfront at Dinner Key 250 FEET OF INDIAN RIVER FRONTAGE $fi : : I '
at the Woman'l I' t tA home In Stuart Is on Seminole 0- 1 Jt"J.t,
hund T evening to see film ave.. leaves soon tot Alaska The Rev. and Mrs L. It Wright Foot L
($22.00 Per )
..plcUnr the ravages Of war In where Chief Rte will serve a tour and daughter, Elizabeth, stopped 1/ : IT. :
|rope and the proposed use of I ol duty with the U S. C. CK: 11\; Stuart Thursday to see Mr. I !,t I
money to be raised.The fund .' Walter Hitching and Mr. and n '
? I to
,ltt restore the Christian' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Milan flew Mrs, J. E. Taylor. They were en 2 200 FEET ST. LUCIE RIVER FRONTAGE, 400 FT. DEEP. ''I ,;+, .11)'
of Europe and Asia route from Homestead, where
ufche down
from Jacksonville Thursday 1 .
standard of been their : ($30.00 Per Foot) r
id help raise the to spend three days making they have visiting\ f
war-Impoverished peo-: laughter: to their home in At-
ins of audits for local business eon- '
... The local church has a&-' lanta. The Rev. Wright, who I Is : ;
cerns. While here they were RIVERFRONT1GE ;
pled a,quota In this cMrch-I' how retired, was pastor of the b
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted 200 FEET ST. LUOIE ..1 I :t.
de effort and other denomlno-I Chamber local Methodist church: from 3 : .
ions are ponductlng: .- 1917 to 19. ($22.00 Per Foot) .j" i. '! .
mpalins. A covered,the dish Woman'sjoclstloo. .sup- Mr. and Mrs. Robert 8. Kr...- -- --- ; I jj' ""I r.:. r ,
r yes served f ley or New York City flew down if" '

ITCH TREAT. MEETS- Saturday weeks with morning her parents to 'spend Dr. and two ALS sAnsra ft* 4 :fllO FEET FRONTAGE WITH I FRUIT AND PALM TREES 'iJ J, ,I"' ijl)I; I'I'I I

of the Dutch Mrs. Harry H. Hlpson of.River. (Restricted, 4400.00) )1 '
ib Members played bridge.at the Civic view Road, I ...). :
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nwr Thursday after lunchinlTommy' 1\ '}
.Mr. and Mrs Frank L Noble OCEAN FRONTAGE I
Those playing werert :
and rl-t' :
Mrs. daughter Mary from Fredericton -f.J'
Arthur Chappelka Earl Ricou, Mrs. Audra' C. Daniel, former N. B.. Canada, '' are .
n.thy Paul Arbogast Eoenihel.Mrs.Mrs Stan- tealdent of Stuart, announces guests at the-home of Mr, .andMrs. 5 1000 FEET JENSEN BEACH ($25.00 Per Foot) ''I" ''J1 ff

,. Kltthlng Mrs. Howard Neap, the engagement of her dau'lhtn Carroll Dunscombe' In St.Lucle .! Sv.lx '(Not Leee Than 100.Foot Lots) I : 1 I
n. ,Jim Kennedy, Mrs. Ford Miss Ramona Kingsley to Estate : Ax I) aeNVEbT ,t i. ,
C. E. Ashley, Mrs. S. Jack K. Vickers, son of Mr andMI'1I. A7 waew J
tier Mrs. : ;;: .
Mrs. 'B. Klelfeid and' ows7RLF. ,
'radios, Mrs Conrad Albracht, E. W Vickers of Sebastian, her i ;
d Mrs R.....O, Judson Florida. last later week, Mrs.end Thomas In Miami.Scott, spent Mrs.:. ORIDAA SUM aF 6. NEW BUNGALOW, RIVER FRONT LOT, A REAL BUY ,''a '''I ::1' f ;
The'brlde-eleci ,
attended t
Stuart Scott left Thurs.: for her home In (13800.00) ; '
[IN BIRKOIGHSV High school until 1945 and TRACT CO, ,. i'
Fort Kan., after -
a holiday i
!later entered 'i .
Norman Junior )
: vial'with the Kletfelds at the' JIM KtNNEDT, j
DeLand Donald Burroughs of College, Norman Park, Da. France
; I Apartments. I svuar, ra.ORIDA 2 BEDROOM HOME: NEW ON 135 FOOT RIVER FRONTAGE ( .
uart U listed on the Honor I Mr. .Vickers was graduated 7 : ; i "
,iU at Stetson University fore ''from Vero Beach High\ school Dr. ;H. W. Blackburn, D. S. of I ., I (Excellent Location 16800.00) : t "
fall quarter of 1948, accord- and has recently been discharged the Methodist church and Rev. .isms, .1 ; ;!.. '
1 to data released this week : from the. United. States Army. and Mrs.-T C,' O'Steen of Day-! ;
the registrar This Is a rec- tona Beach were entertained by REALESTATE. "SEWALL'S POINT ESTATE".3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS t.1 :
nltlon given for exceptional Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaford Ransom I !
holarshlp The freshman stunt MRS. MAC DONALD ARRIVES Leach last week end. 8 Frontage on Two Rivers Dock and Deep Water. (Beautiful; Tropical Setting) '/p' I i),

ls the son-of Mr, and Mrs.. :FROM MARYLAND' S ($35,000.00)) ::1'1 l; .I
0. Penney Mrs. J. Q": MacDonald arrived i Ma]. Bert Krueger'' was tn .

r CAL COCOA BAPTIST MEETING it last to loin week her from husband Chevy,Chase Col.! ,Mac Md.. also Miami visited'his tor the air brother maneuvers George He I: RIVERFRONT HOME', IN STUART, 5 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS Iit k: : /t, :1''t:''; I : ;a

Donald winter Krueger, who U a patient at 9',- ... (Furniahedt500.30:> Cash) I't i ,
Mr. Ed Burgess, Mrs. L:; C. at their Home, i iJLTON 1 '::1 )
cklllcr, Mrs. Wilson McClure!34S Seminole Ave Mrs MacDon- Excellent For Private Or Tourists Home (A-uu-ne $11,000.00 Mortgage) ::1 I ,\ : t
A. S. Blair, and Rev. Phil'.ald was hostess Christmas day I Pse : \ I
FI daPhan
unwell went to Cocoa yester at a coming-out party for her I' ; :\ :

.feting 1 to of attend the Indian the) River quarterly A*. debutante Klrby.'Who daughter.\ studying Miss Margery art FREDERICK 78 RTER In s ents ; 10 RIVERFRONT HOME' 3 BEDROOMS, Etc., Partly Furnished f '; :!.: '

elation of the Baptist WMS. 'this winter In .Washington. She Foot Room Sp i.t ) 250 Feet River Front, Citrus Grove Very_ Desirable Site. ($25,000.00)) I I.J I.
stored speakers on'the pro- 'it with her brother-in-law and Sales an rstings Through
Sunrise T \ .
at Bldg.ROTAR
am were Miss Josephine Jones, slater, Mr. and Mrs. r/H. Ellis. out tin County
ate executive secretary of \heMS Mrs MacDonald'. son, Kermit BUNGALOW Furnished Close in Like NewDon't I
5 ROOM Partially Y ;
and Miss Mary Christian Kirby is prepping for Annapolisat W ; 11
the south-wide WM3/ organ. school in Silver Springs; ,,Md. I CLU : Miss This At (7500.00) '
.itlon. r 1T RT Krueger Building i l

Rl BARBER ENTERTAINS: HOSPITAL TO INSTALL AUXILIARY OFFICERS: LMIS 'a aIales GRI PHON ,161. : i .,Iy,4 .-!,*._.... ...... '. .. Y .. 1 t
tOCBA! GROLTf : > "Officers"Tor194' -wfll .be installed I Home Phone 1S8-M 12 4 ObM"cOTTAGE \ Partially: Furnished. On Large Lot ,
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'a.r ..
!Mrs. George t. Barber enter'Md at the .monthly,meeting i I I IL. Ie -- ($6,200.00)) : 1
Friday In the receptionat of the Women's Auxiliary; of the -,,--- '-- -- ,
Atlsntle Court for those Martin-County Hospital Association ,
rUclpatlng in the program Monday, Jan 21, at 7:30 ,
Yen Tuesday at the Methodist p. m. 'in the nurses' home. Officers 13 4 ROOM BUNGALOW Furnished On" Two Lots

3CS ter-raclal meeting Features Of the are Mrs. Carroll Duns- ;; ,.1 ,p.TI- With A Second: Building SUltahl for Remodeling,. With/ arale ($6,000.00)) $
relations program t.
combe president; Miss Mary .
re dlacussed. and Mrs. Barber Bhackelford.vice-president; Mrs. I : '
Ted, tea to Mrs. Herbert Sud- Ted Chambers, secretary; and ,\ BUSINESS J
W.Ms.Furgeson Frederick and Auld her guest Mrs., Mrs, Evans Crary, treasurer. t'Y"j'tJ \

I.Adeline Fischer,Mrs.. George Mr. and Mrs R. Bert Gillespie I,
wad, Mrs j, F. BOSOM, Mrs cf Corbin, Ky. were guests last t"'r r esejc. 14 tOM $7,900.00 TO $210, 0.00 / '
Ph1p!! Mrs. w. C. Connor, week of Mr. and Mrs. James H. I. l ) These. Various Opportunities Are GodJI Invta rrents Details Furnished To Bonafide Buyers. 'Vi I
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W... Hartman. !Smith In St. Lucie Estates.. I 1 1L
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\ A0l. Full Particulars, (% Request, To Bonafide Buyer ,

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WANTED HOUSE WARES 16. 250 FEET 50 FEET $2,000.001CHOICE ;t ;

700 FEEJK300 FEET $5,000.00 CLOSE IN i

1 l-Cal.WaterJug.,1.; : I Ij t 1 ht9 I '

Copper Covered Kettles : ,;c.:. TOURIST QOURTS

Rubber Covered.Diab', *, "*"' 8 I I j a/LsUd ELLENT 7 Units Including Restaurant and Filling Station tll eg! ir) Mt

Doing A Business% ($45,000.00)) ;
: / Iv7 Bit .
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Drainer t
: fn r0.I.GtSI '
G14 I I 2 SINGLE AND ONE DUPLEX N\W ($12,000.00)) s.e yk

1 I i Ii I II I i' ( it'j .,2 BUILDINGS 500 FEET HIGHWAY\RONTAGE ($18,000.00)) 1e I ;

Electric Hotdate ? tf ,

I I "i'\' ". FISHING BOAT,. ,

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w,II' ,,. ..26 Foot, 8 Foot Beam, Cabin, 2 Bunks,.Toilet,.85 h.p.'Chncraft Engine, ($1,750.00)) ?h P,
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P EX BRAND Foj ila for Spring ., easYsl I smartness"r '
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.: WA DISHES old,In the best Nelly Doriiradition.. t .19. A FEW'CHOICE_ ':LOTS FOR YOUR NEW HOME '

Slimming Pralr Strip Cottoet with 4 .
I ( : FROM $500.00 TO $1,000.00 EACH I;
natural affinity. for sop imd wsur,'Soft '

FOR THE HOME ,. Colon; of/Schooner;; :' I I Igrey
jtf'i ; blue, brown;': nd'- I

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.".' SITAR STTAf.T' : rLOEIDA THURSDAY, ti, un.o .
FACE E1G 't THE NEWS, Martin County! .JAN.
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I : General!" George S. Gibbs Was 25 APPLIED FOR I University- of Florida 'Has 975 TELEPHONE '" 1eeene"ie

l M' Hero of Manila Fight in 1898 DECEMBER JOBS, I Real Estate Department DIRECTORIES, oJ u /W

r< Il<
| Oeif rU George's. Oibbs Ma* Culneivillr Organized ::the Florida legislahire' In I<45.
tin; exjinty: winter resident' With' INSTALL OFFICERSIN 1927 to mart the Increasing' needs Students regtotered Irt Real Estate ,

jr h 'ho se at Port 'SewaU, who FORT PIERCEi o* Florida! badness, then hovering tale preliminary cminei In the -- wish; her'd get that

f died I ;reee'n t I y at Pratt: i Industrial 'Commission Gives between boom-time success and regular Business :'Administration! A new telephone of
*| OI'lIf'MtltClpltal In Miami, was I Martin county 'IOOF and Sibekah Survey Figuresfor ,failure, the College! of Business Administration I curriculum and, as upperclassmen Stuart containing out my wa, .., ,

| a tieri of the Spanish-American I district officers 'S'eWI! County of the University nl tale courses! ranging from urban and changed .nxioua to gel to

f War, & well at one of the Army's, Fort pierce Monday night to install i I flnJ: officers of the Atlantic and Jobs were available in .Martin II and Florida famines until} today ft to principles\ and problems of cfty- bas just been ant
.ji top tenders and an executive! of Baldwin lodges The team included -Ii county during December for 10 i offers broad training in the fitnda 1 planning and property marjuge- Approximately 975 t air Co. and pick upie
'/ two( of America's largest cor-, Mrs. ,Loretto Vincent of persons while 25 sought work, mentals of economics, accounting, ITlI"I1t." tories have been 'I .
/.'< porattotu. Jensen','ach and Ola/ Williams' I of whom three were 'rectlvrn1 real estate! ', imuranee, geography t Realtor of -the state who have hornet and offices, waffle Iron my wire

j .1 lug sox years here were QUlet'j of Kobe Sound district\ deputy unemployment: comPt'nsatlon'i j and public administration.Newnt !heartily endorsed the establishment A. 8. Dobbs, group ft there for repairs ,
$. M del\ and unassuming, en ('resident and grandmaster; and I according to Florida Industrial] depcutmenk' In the College of University's' chair of the Southern Bell ?
,' tQ eel 'the climate and the l1tlsblr.r..nd Mrt. Katherine Titus and W D. commission figure for the' '(if BuKiiins/ Administration Company.The eram.lift. ages lineal 1
: 'p real have 15 schol.irhl
estate. set
'{ Blanton. district deputy marsh. month just released. j I mid en ,' of the first of it* hind In up new + waffle "
< talked little about sis in addition to the district Jobs were. furnished four serv.| the country, is the Denartnimt! (III ]*' iiJTenl'estate! fur' men from Green cover 1 e II .
himself. officers other Installing officer ice workers and six unskilled! Heal Estate' est.iMuhpd" by an act I all sections of Florida.. easily
Whendeath took him at 71 v ere J P. WUbar. Hobe Sound laborer -- -- old gray covered ;

la i a week after he was stricken treasurer: W. A. Smith. Rio Trained and skilled Job seek. New Home Conveniences to Mr. Dobbs asks
ij with & heart attack here, most chaplain; W. W. Btlddlngton, 'often are not qualified for users refer to the &
1 Martin county resident were Stuart inside guardian: Mr. specific openings and some
| unaware that he was vice president Ida Williams, Hobe Sound, warden frs, call for physical condition Feature Florida'State FairTampa up for the the desired number' a NY i

1 lot the International Tele- ; Mrs, Florida Callahan, sec- which bars the' applicant because possibility I
I \whone and Telegraph CorporaItoh. retary and Mrs Grace Hall, of age or other handicap. .
a With preliminaries I ers, washing .and ironing machines number and
1 president of the PostalTelegl"llph treasurer of Hobe sound and
1 Unemployment Compensation :Dui of the way and all apace allotted mixers air conditionersand time for the" U !
SmIth. musician ot
J and Mrs. Edith ::
Corporation payments amounting to $4300 to exhibitors, Florida dozens ot other contrivances wen u the party ; ,bId Highway
i sire chairman of the board of I Rio. made in this during I
.. .,. sere county State Fair's 45 acre modern exposition Intended for the convenienceand called in error.
the Federal Telephone and I ---- -
the\ week ending Dee. 28 to
CIRCLE ; plant was taken OVt'1thla comfort of the modern day directory also helps
Corporation since 1934 i iI three" women.State best use of already
week by' an army of painters man and woman.Featured
fle yas a resident of Lime CLOTHES TO [( ROPE wide. unemployment I
I carpenters and artisans in the electrical ex- tral office
Mr Jackson hostess
Rock Conn. Charles was '
i i compensation payments who will design and build what position which occupies the tion" should be
> ), to Las Amiga Circle of the
Acceding to the New YorkTtmesv
amounted to $47.188 and
I were General Manager P. T. Strleder huge U. S. Government DeSoto when the desired J I
h General Oibbs won a, Baptist Church Tuesday evening made to 1,197 persons 1.890 men listed in the
contends will be the most magnificent Exposition building will be General !
voted to Welcome"I
\ : at the annex Members
cot nn lion at the Battle of Ma- and 1537 women.
and Industrial Electric' "House of Because of the ;
of agricultural Magic" ,
to the
tile M the Spanish-American send clothing needy I
I These figures do not includeallowances
:. exhibition ever staged in' first shown at the New York paper shortage '
War ($ Aug. 13. 1898. As a 8fr,1' Europe again this year. paid to unemplo'edveterans ) '
the south. World Fair but since modernized supplies of
seant-o( the Fifty-first Iowa Lucille Inscoe was program '
from federal funds
InlanGy.( he chairman and participating Topping the industrial picture I and brought up to date. printed and Mt.
was the man who
which are tabulated monthly onu
this year will be the electricalexposition Here will be shown the'electrical that good care be j
Mrs Zola
I message to Admiral were Miss Olney Eurlt. state wide basis. At the last I I
it" 11eE by waving a'signal lag.: Blakeslee' Mrs Ed Burgess,- and sponsored by Tampa appliances that science la new copies. He j
veterans drew
count 19.500 a '
l Electric I Company and presented *:,now perfecting for the future that the old
,j wheh! ;:gave the sleet Its (cue.toI Mrs. Grace Blair. Others prESf'ntnre total of 1249.038 during De- "
I, oeaseahelllag the Spanish forts Mrs Helen Arnold. Miss by 40 of the nation's leading: ranges that cook meats fowls ed over to scrap j
cember. and other edibles less than with other waste
kl!l"l,, m Jhifl! the Army could advanje:: ,J Salisbury Bauer' .......and.. 'p" "Mrs.", "Arnold The state wide payments to I manufacturers.Some 350 modern appliances j i second, tiny motor that heat a I
Theaction exposed him toreat'danger r.on-vete'rana
'for the week reflected -
I to lessen home office and factory or cool buildings without the
r <: from enemy fire a decrease from the pre- drudgery will be displayed. use of fuel and -many devices LOYAL QRD $i.So .UP
.' and h* was afterwards cited for .
vious week when $56.639.50 was Moos
I ,!' exceptionally 'TIME TO FILE as the first post-war exhibition I certain to replace household
\ gallant and meritorious I art3A5
I In Florida of new type refrtgertors drudgery with push button simplicity MEET AMD ILLINOIS

;1 << lieutenant.service. and He later made pal'tleI-1 a second \U Compensation paid only to those of non-veterans who have I dish, washers- -home---heat-(I -,.. officials_ _. y'-.m. .... .. 1 1I t t ..d gAcli s.r la j jWoodsna S

patedin; twenty-eight engage- FOR HOMESTEAD earned credits in covered employment STUART CHAPTEROF Homemaker organization. t
montaJn the Philippines and In I who are registered( a* HOMEMAKERS I Stoat
r I9ql was made a first lieutenant i available for suitable work and INVITED TO FAIR WALT KUHN WILL YOU WAIT
t ," )in ape Signal Corps. I; EXEMPTIONS who are unemployed through no -- PAINT IN STUART
torn In Harlan. Iowa Genera0iGibbs I II' fault of their own for a maximum I TALLAHASSEE Stuart STU A E YOU WAIT
I' r *as graduated from the for $15 a week and a maxi chapter-of the Florida Future Walt Kuhn, well-known New CITY
I' St4te University of Iowa In 1897. 1,400 Home Owners Receive I mum of 18 weeks. Veteran draw I Homemakers has been Invited to Tork World cartoonist, who is
t joined the Army as a private Application Blanks From S20 a week while available for send a representative to participate also a painter of note Is vacationing Regular MeW
the outbreak of the Spanfah' I Assessor callable work up to 52 weeks. I in the Tampa State Fair in Stuart at the River- P
\ war After the war and the I Job orders reflect a demand on February S, it was announced view Apartments. Previous winter 2n s'
Philippine Insurrection he was Approximately 1.400 applications for laborers and waitresses. Job' his week by Superintendent of Visitor at Hobe Sound he
stationed for a. while In Alaska for homestead exemption seekers Include eight truck Publlq;; Instruction, Colts Eng- likes our town-and Is going to F. D NStuart 1
where he spent two years constructing have been mailed to home owners drivers one bricklayer, two carpenter Ish.. rest and paint .Instead of "rest Il7 '
the telegraph lines for In Martin county by Tax Assessor three carpenters' help About 80' Florkla schoolgirls and fish" the usual Stuart ,*
the Army. After being made captain A C Courson. "Returnsare ers, two cooks, waitress three choose from chapters throughout -. formula. He recently held a. one- I STUART, FlAt .
he became chief signal coming In aster' and earlier bartenders, a clerl I *'and'i .the state will act aa hostesses man show In New York. ,Public Always
r officer of the Army of Cuban this year\ than usual", his office sales clerk. in the electrical exposition .- ---- ;--
Pacification in 1907 and adviser:reported today. April 1 is the Applications for Jobs and orders building sponsored by the .Tampa The well-to-do firmer can
f to the department of communication deadline for filing claims for for the filling of Job opportunities Electric Company easily afford to set aside and
i < of the Cuban Govern !, homestead exemption from should be made Al The girls will be guests of the maintain a portion of hi.farmas .
I"l,{ ment. :i: taxes but residents are remlnd- the Florida Employment Service University of Tampa while In farm woods while the farm
I 14 by 1917 he had reached the ,, ed that the claim must be filed office, 127 S. 2nd St.. Fort Pierce. that city. Participating chapterswere tt with, leas means cannot affordto j
rank of acting colonel Sent to anew each year regardless of Job orders may be placed by chosen because ,of their Jose the benefits to be derived -
France !in September he was how long the home owners' have telephoning Fort Pierce 508. outstanding: work in the Future I. front one., j
t fl soon made a temporary brigadier been covered by exemption.
I', general. In action during j I Assessor Courson will I also receive I II
the first World War. he won: applications for exemptionof : usual channel Courson 11'11an.\ <- I
the Distinguished Service Medal! disabled persons and1 widows I nounce later the days for each \ .
and the French Legion of Honor and tax,, returns on tangible and precinct which will probablybe
S ai well a* other decorations intangible property as required in February. rr'Y
I 1 He ended his service In France by law j it Although no"accurate estimatecan .
I as an assistant chief signal officer '. ;The law also specifies that be made of the Increase In .
of the A.EF.. and thereafter [the assessor spend one day In I the number of home ownersduring ,
f, for some years was at- each precinct to aid homeowners the I last year until all
tached to the General Staff. who have difficulty mak-!I applications have been filed the y.f
I'' In 1924 when he held the i ing out their claims or who are I,I assessor estimated that the total (
permanent rank of colonel. General unable for any other reason, to I': has I increased "about 125 ./ $1.25 Creomuision; 1.08
I' .. .$
Glbbs had charge of laying file their claims through the 'throughput the county" ,

I 1; the cable from Seattle to Aluka'j i I I $1.00 Menthes Emulsion ... .. .... .. ... .. ... ... .. .. .... 89c
I t nl January 1928 he "'8 I '

i, chief signal officer of'th 'Army, $toO. Calho'mlnt Rub. (with 25c Jar Free) ............. ..._.. ..... .... 89c
with the rank of mapor general .MARTIN COUNTY .CLEANERS

lIe retired on June 30. 1831. and'' 75c Bayer Aspirin .. .. .. .....J.....:........_.....__.......n..*_.....*.......... 59c
became vice of the
) president i' WE DO

i Telegraph International Corporation.Telephone On Oct and ,I It MODERN DRY CLEAN I and PRESSING 69c Puretest AspirV....1.. ...,./...........'........;... .. ,_v. \....:...l..,.. 49c'

t ti of that year he, was elected! 35c Groves Cold Ta tS /. .' ...:......r_...._..........................._-..... 29c
t''l president of the postal Telegraph

Cable Company succeeding thelate > DYEING BE MOTH PROOFING 25c 4-Way Cold Table._,.. .. : 19c
EXPERT RIO ? .......... .,. ??_?...
F I Clarence Mackay. ,I .. ;



i 1 I 1s. ", 50c- Rexillana For C6/gh sac Asperoid Capsules25c .
t exall r ,
Quick RuB alve
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f l 1---- A Trial Will Convinbe You REYHOUNf/S round-thstKlodc "

Dr. Hoffman Reports Orders'! but service b. oil East Coast cities offers the LL FOR 98 I

'"I{ For 100,060 Pounds I most convenient, tost way to travel Go and ., I

"' t ,. Of-Agar I 5' return at your a son 'arc.choic, stop ever of It nroutovgh. bum 75c Cherrotote _..._.........,...._..., _.................._..._...... ....._._ ......:. 69c .
'or straight

'; I director Dr. d.of B.the Hoffman Agar Division managing'of DINING OUT daily go even frequent *trK betwwn certain 35c VJckg!, Salve .. .....,...._......... .. ......."a-....:.. "t-"t..:.1s1 .'...::2t 27

Spertl JFoods, Inc., at Jensen I sn.tespolitan c tees, .. .1t 9 '
; Beach ;announced today that Y MEET ME ATfrHE 50c. Vaj-.Ro-Nol .......'.L...:.............................. .:::....1. .,...,'J,,f,.,..I, ; ,3 9'j i

Trivia E. Benton replaced Her. I > ._. t : i
;. : Jaeksoavpe .fUl Miami J y. t18t $t.25 AnacinU5 ..........._................ ............:.! : 9k
1 .
bert Gardener aa plant manager tel fining Room AignllM I.M Daytona BcaclKJUt : ; : ;' :'P. : .. 11

Monday. I I, Victory Fart UUrtal 147 HoUywMd __ 1J4Mi i $ Pe-Ru-Na- ..... .. .......:.. ..... t
t Under a new organization set Melb.. a ..- W. Palm Beach.., .M ? ..,. .. .... ......r :.....,.....;..... : $l. 9J1

up Dry Hoffman said, William Com la A Str ngerWo>me Back A Friend .W 'Have A Full Line Of Oral Cold VacS .;
i ,
J. Oeafy will be seaweed coir Plus 10% Federal Tax .
; lector. .Omar Lake washing Blue Ribbon Beefon Draft ., .
: '
drying! lend baling seaweed, norbert Enjoy A Test Coc itor CHISHOLM'S CAFETERIA JUST RECEIVED fAA

Pelosl.EacOtt,reefing cooking and room finishIng Robert -- i i o Iltuarte Florida Phono 9156 LARGE.SHIPMENT OF :/ :. ... ,

t agar Frank W. L* Fevres. MixedServed snke ... *" "

l maintenance and repair. Roy Ni ktly At KODAK FILMS; ,_ ALL SIZES ., : ? \ _. .:.
.Armstrong, new 0' '
"8 erU rood*: Inc. hM bon I VICTOR BAR REGISTERED PHARMICIST ON DUTY AT ALt.TtWi '''' ': : '
tide order for 100JXX) pounds ,
p( a a/ .t present" amid Dr

ti' year.COM already Hoffrpan.Collection of starting JTorida"to. be for on delivered and the the as plant West seen this is tMARINE or ROOM $J1.J UrI] "nnUll f r'r!)1flP4. ::

mi tur*the harvestlM fctdttil River will be crop carried' ma- ,' Package Good Paul Gerhard. Mg. THE LL'sjoRr.if' ,,' .. _. ':h :::.

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THE: 8TUART NEWS 8TUART Jdart>} County. n.oR.JJ5SDAT; lA1t 11.;IM1. .,. ... PAGE NINR,

1 complained of a headache, and last Tuesday afternoon and distinguished Mrs. A A.,Abaher, Danville, HI, with mlUnlght mack were fea- During Jerry's visit to Fletcher tertained royally by the socially 1;'[Port fierce school and by'those' r'I I .

went home an hour early be. by the presence of stopped in Walton last week fora tured by the Edason when they; I Russell of Anxona he was en- minded young people of the'1 along the DriveSPECIALS. tl II' jJtlll
Too Late to, cause be said he felt too -
sick to three state officer, Mrs. James couple of day's visit with Mr. -
work any longer. And to top it F Byers, regent, from St Petersburg I and Mrs. Lane Jennings] Mrs. etnertalned Mr, and Mr* Charles : ; '

[CLASSIFYRUSSELL off,he was sick' tor two days. ; ;' Mrs. David Wright first\ 1 Bickett and Mr. Jennings are 'Sniper and Mr. Barbara. Sniper f' :

"When we tried to tell him from Pulaskl. N. Y. and Jensen I ,
vice-regent! of Bartow and Mrs.W i cousins I : .,
/ RUSSELL KAY that it was all a Joke and that J Thayer, secretary, Bt] For Feb. 1, Mr and Mrs Douglas tlll '*
he had been framed\ .he wouldn't Petersburg. i Faulkenberg of Clevelandhave f,

believe I It for he said he was as:' tire. Beyer in her fluent talk taken the newly completed Jerry Bramblette. editor of the j I, '
sick loa a dog for two Confederate a publication of
In glancing 'over Vernon 'I- days on duties and project of the apartment in Blue Heaven of : ,
to this day he is satisfied that the South High school In Den- I'd,
Ramsey' Florid News Letter organization, also suggested the Eden, the Burggraf home, I
'It must have been ver, Col has completed his interview
something ,
thin week. I found a little Item he ate'." opportunity members ot the Late arrival at this abode are and : 1 "I
happenings ,
that seemed to Ins was worthy DAB had to aid the Youth of Mr. and Mrs. William Free registered : ,it I'I
So that j Just goes to show thatas that will be of Interest to :
distribution: Ramsey the country Her concluding
"( man High Point, N. C., with '
the his Instructor
Good and his class
Book s
says, "If we
who i Is a manufacturer agent fear a thing it will thought was, "Build for tomor- whom Mr and Mrs. K. H. Burg mates. t I' ," !' ,
packers and shippers come upon by living courageously to-
handling row
'C graf had dinner at the Lighthouse
implies Ouch al crate,. field u\tentlon. and substantiates the con- day.' Delegate and alternateswere Sunday. During the Grand Old Opera J j' '
basket and the like of Vernon Ramsey; that at the school Jerry Interviewedthe
boxes, lugs, selected for the state con 'I
|JJ we continue to go about witha Mrs, Mabel Wilmore and one f :
travels all over the country and vention in St. Augustine in star Minnie Pearl makingan /
contacts people, 1'1aU walks of long face, talking calamity March and the Continental Con- of her twin daughters Miss i engagement to jneet her in 1/

life and predicting a terrible depression I gress la Washington in May. Ruby, from Jacksonville, are: Denver, that place being on her 'II r
sooner or 'later it will visiting Mrs. Wllmore mother Itinerary, and the place 'wherehe ;' ,
Alarmed at .number of peo- I
actually happen to ,us, By virtue of her office, Mr* Mr.. Ruth Richard in Eden i shows his trained
(found who seem obsessed soprano
ple A. C Simmons. chapter regcrt, I
Let s be sensible. and Instead Mrs. Wllmore other daughter voice In musicals '
the thought nothing *
with of building will attend both sessions : ( : '1"lIi;
ahead but hard times up In our hearts Miss ,Mary Is following in the ,
lies trouble and eventually a dcprev and In tho hearts of those we For the state meeting delegates footstep of her mother taking; STUART YELL DRILLING 'VIM' FOR I'' TJ
contact see if we cant generate chosen were Mrs W. E. nursing training. Both girls' 1iII6W. ntenor 01' I
stun, hi advances \the ,following\ Quick Service, VWe try to tQl '
|l bit of sound advice. faith and courage, What we need Tylander Mrs. Orrle 3. Rogers. graduated from Fort Pierce High please 'you. Xlffquire at 349 Exterior ffJ I IFLOOAS
more than anything else right Mr. Crouch, Mrs. Lardner Ne- school last June : ',
I W 6th St -
Boa 1048St
()K-.t SCARED -
"OH I 11 You II Welcome th
now a little more work and a wall and Mrs. N. E. Hellstrom Frank Burdsall New York Is rffrt Florida !'
< ,
MESELI"We I little less shirk : Alternates are Mrs C. E Oetchell house : LONGIR '" .t
a guest of his brother and Sf DNEY JONES Chang A New Cost
have al) laughed at Red late i in-the-prewrratloiTof" ;; (milk' !. Mrs F. R. Horton, Mr*. J, Wife Mr. and Mrs_ Charles Surd L Fast Drying'd''

Skelton's impersonation who builds of such the have revealed that 'the additioncf M Sample Mrs. N; F. Enns. Mr*. tall In Eden. Paint Will Brine* To \ l'
flue boy
bad -
a mall Franklin W Tyler' and Mrs. S. Monday Mrs. Viva C. Rout
mental! picturesthat quantity of hydrogen Your Ho I. if
horrifying scares,. himself peroxide kills the bacteria that i D. Bennett, Mrs. Lardner :Me-, had as tea guests, Mrs: J. 'W i ASTATtMENTOrOURPOLICY 1t,
he finally
causes souring and U said to Improve i wall I La a delegate with Mr*. Simmons Waring and daughter Miss Rosa-; It's A We. r Protec- i t
Fear, like cancer, is a KILLER ;,
for the national sessions B / / 1'
the flavor of the milk. mond Waring, from Fort Pierce /
and.worse. It to highly : and alternates are Mrs Jack / tor A ell As A. f'' ;
Sunday her guest were Mr and
contageous Once fear rips, HiiiH\iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmTiiiiiiiiiiiNEWS, i i i i l Coleman. Miss Fern, Coleman Mrs. Jack William. i I eautifier e a I j it,
the' heart of an individual a Waterbury ''I.I ')
: '
0* j1'1
Mrs. W. E. Tylander and Mr* C. L. I, and Maravilla I
croup or an industry \problems i E. Oetchcll Elected on the nominating Mrs!, W, A. Conrad of Port Se- -' II I\\$ '
\ ordinarily solved by, Indian River Drive A '
committee were the past \
wall-was In Edenlawn saturday.I
straight thinking and courageous -
Mrs. H A. Zuver, Mr. and Yon Have I
CLARKnnnunuuuunuuunauunnuunn regents : : Mrs. Conrad ha been building '
action appear insurmountable By VIVA !
: Bennett and Mrs letcheU.Mrs. a new home and landscape artists Insurance: It Is AMighty a I a I I
+ Crouch was assisted In from Edenlawn Ferneries .
Let a man in perfect health Dr. and Mrs. Casa Collier win- Pleasant t aY ,
walk down the stret and have entertaining by Mr*. Tylander have been doing the planting. Ii d '
ter visitors from Memphis, Tenn.I Feeling Te Know It 'j\'jIi
every one he meet tell him are' Mrs W. D, Stark, It" Mrs. Mary i
entertaining Dr. Collier' :
he Is lick and should be in a brother f C. Com ,t Mrs ditehell, Mrs. tOASONS HAVE GUET Will Be A LOCAL Ii ,
sister Sam iCoIlier
hospital and he will be there, from Amory. Miss. and Mrs I Dana Ton". *?, and Mrs,"** W. A' ENTERTAIN I AGENCY, Folks You
before the day i II done Cattelle. Mrs. Martin Kelley, Flushing, '
In recent weeks we have encountered Warren Stewart Charlestown,! Mr and Mrs. Henry Paub.:jn,: L. I., Is visiting In the home of i KNOW, Who Will At- } :4 9over
Miss: I r
,altogether too much Mr, and Mrs Merritt Paulsonand Mr. and Mrs I Louis Bell Eda- tend to the Settle. t Night ,
talk about a 'depression Among the Drive resident attending -' her father, William Gallour' son In Eden. Mrs. Kelly left New > j"'

not only among fruit and vege the Spanish War Veter.! .from Chicago motored up from York by Eastern Air LInes at mentj See Va, :Now r} ,

table folks. but In' all walks arts Sunday picnic dinner held Palm Beach where they are 10.30 'a, m and was met at 4:30 II For Iii Ira nee 0 l' I, \

of life It Is not healthy andIf at the home of,Courtland Van i regular winter'' Visitors for a p. m that afternoon at Morrison Kinds.ED. j I

we keep on thinking and Sickler on Kings Highway, Fort] visit with Dumond Merwin and Field West Palm Beach, by,her

talking depression .It won t Fierce' were Mr, and Mrs:. VAnkeny .I Arthur Phillip Friday i hosts Mr, and Mrs. Edason BESS HARDWARE J CO. ,

be long until we actually createone Mr, and Mrs R, Es- Mrs. Katherine Morris Arid : They dined in Palm Beach priorto PPwcry t
cott Mr and Mrs F. C.Deverlcks
Mrs. Florin Cave were Joint returning to Eden. Kin ofir :.
Let I not SCARE ourselvef and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson.I hostesses at a waffle and Maine Honoring their guest, Mrs. + WHERE FISHING BEGINS ; d I'J; '
Into situation that Mr. Fredrick Escott has come i InauranN
a nobody maple Sunday evening Kelley, also making a surprise j
syrup supper l
ants and that can definitely (\0 Eden from Fort Bliss Texas Phone I! P.O. Arcs eti, On the Air Daily 5:45: P. M, .i
II to which the Edenlawn birthday party for Mrs. Frank : f I 1
be avoided If we maintain a where she and her sergeant husband colony was Invited Femlnella winter visitor in this Day Phones 38 and 216-Nite 44-R-4 BOX N : I 11
level head and a' courageous' have been living. The I \ \
Mr. and Mrs Leicester Lennaid section from Jamaica Estates
heart ,. It'' ,
sergeant has been transferred W .
i of Walton are recel'llnl.con-: N. Y.. Mr and Mrs. Edason had.; )
Ramsey is talking plain com- Camp Stoneman Cal, and is I"I( It I..
for the occasion
gratulations over the arrival of on Saturday .
|non sense Coleman Rogers awaiting' order* to go into the: a daughter, Virginia Anne born night, Mr, and Mrs. George P : \, ), ::1.t
!secretary of the Florida Ice Association South Pacific The EscotU "
area. ; I I IIX
in Fort PIerce hospital Sunday I Pflueger andMry and Mr*. ,
happened Into'the office have purchased property in ..Jal12.. She weighed iVt/ pounds' Roser Richmond Hill !L. I., Mr L ( 1, I"J <
Just I:
as was reading the Eden
.and upon Escott release She has two brothers, Gus and and Mr*. Edgar Whlttlcar and J '
item and I handed It overto from : I ,
him service will settle there. \ Leicester. Mr, and Mr*. C. Davis Seaside ,

"Tou to know"read. he Mf and Mrs. Sidney Cain j Bnroute to Miami for 'the remainder Park, N. 1.. and Leon Robinson I
remarked winter visitors in Palm Beach .f 1.1 i. !
That second of the' winter season Jensen Beach. Highlighting this ,
paragraph about
making' a healthy man sick is from Hempstead L. I, were Mrs H 8 Bickett and her son was a program ot popular songs II.,
of '1
tne downright truth. We had guests last Thursday Mr; and and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. and Instrumental music that '
t- Mrs John :Roenbeck in Ankona. Bickett and children Susan and was followed by breakfast '
fellow a
working for us.one'. HeM 1\\ i : ;
a big husky chap that was For Sunday dinner Mr and BobbY Kansas City, HI, ,and Wednesday, evening card games .
Mrs. hoenbeck entertained Mr
what I like to call disgustingly j ; 1
healthy and Mr*.,Joe Worthington and :
don'think he had i I
von been\ sick a day in his life their house guests, Mr and Mrs., : II'd

he had a natural ruddy torn- Joseph Koesslg, from Jersey City.i 'LUMBER % +
p.nlon: 'and physically was as Mrs; and Mrs. Robert Bram-, ) 4/jI freIl1 :

!"trtect' a jpeciment it you would lette and son Jerry, with their' "" '. ,

set hope to see host, Fletcher Russel,of Ankona,' :? and

Well, just for pure devilment were visitors in Palm Beach last ryk

e Mows la the office framed Wednesday. B inkling M l F
"I up to see If we could get his The Bramblettes. who left for,I' t / PROCfSSING I PUNISI 1 j'l,1: j t
oat t by all commenting on how their home In Denver Saturday Materials CI R l
bad l
hftloolHd and asking him If till take a 'round-about way I .
|hi a l t tb'
home the Gulf Coast
tlt4"It all started a* a joke. When Scenic highway that hugs the, / eWe more plentiful .p 3i zf O I 1:1'i:

guy walked In the! follow- coast for 200 miles, go throughthe

III morning one of ,the boyi Virginias and take in all '
< May at You Need lit litFlorida's
waked ye
I at him sharply over his historical, fascinating and diversified -:

''""*.. and said -What the sections of the states I For That New *\f-. Be Sure to Se e Us b'
utter Bill '
are you sick? ,
which .
through they pass.Miss I ,
!joie, of course became very AL R EY, Mgr. '
,\ Elizabeth Mayer who has,
*\dIanant tier and said he never' felt i been the house guest for two: 'umber golden itput-of l
In, his We We let him East ast I pro Il 't
'lone 'for I weeks of Dr. and Mrs. :Roger k 1
I Ihe\ other a while and then one I HMbbard In Eden leffor' her I ,ceased citrus fruit s growing- _- to h t+%' '
toy accused him '
,'looking pal. We tipped off I home In Greenfield Mass last I & Siipply processing jump* from less Sietl
he fellows I week end. This was Miss Mayer'aflraL .
rid during at the the Kiwanis Club Visit to Florida and she than six million boxes m 1935 to almost thirty CITRUS e. h
noon luncheon t
hret members managed to cant stated, "It'won't be my last I I Phone 22 Stuart, Florida million in 1945, LJUICE I C { '

lip Inquire about his, health:.'! ant fascinated. with,this section -
118 ray lpld of Florida, -- ,I. of demand in this vitamin hung
him has $OWe. was i, I Growth wo I
f ''lit .lrL indicates there is need for more and : pro"
'leppecout'\ James L,,' Crouch home
!f a lick bed. ", UNHID
I "When' we got back to the of. i In' Eldred was festive with floral NOTICE ceasing of Florida's healthful citruq ups [in+ CITRUS '

L* factually did look sick decoration for the January ? Rar
lit just couldnt believe that ;meeting ,oj!- the Cora Stlckney like fresh fruits, hampered bvfs renal flue a R '

tllCll a change could come,over Harper chapter. Daughter of tons, processed citrus cjsj meet demand on t '.
is'so short; a time:'-He :the American Revolution, held l !
P : ,, ysar-around basis, odrbe shipped to world y

Notice i Is hereby given thai A.C. CouHfcn 'Tax
s wide markets, Cjs foe, sold as market conditions I'
1 auto Assessor ot Marti ounty, will be at tUflollowing

place on the dates\>ecifled for thedtmrpoae of recemng warrant. ,
lax returns, fw year \9W/r Delicious Foods From Processed Citrus! ',

JENSEN, Precinct No\, Febrflfry 10th, Harper' tlondjjrworld's' citrus center, is the logical location "'

Store. lr for many new 'processing plants This CANNED CITRUS CITRUS CONCENTRATE
SALERNO Precinct N February 11th, Smith'sStore '
k and many other industries face a bright and S

8t1 f ucEg ROBE SOUNDJifEinct No.Xfebruary 12th, Post prosperous future in Florida I FROZEN CITRUS POWDERED ORANGE
Office V

w Kt o MA51. PALM CTtT, Precinct No, 6, FeVuary 13th, Post

j Office X,
INDIANTOWN, Precinct No.. 7, F> 17th, } NOT6 Write for coptw olobitroch '
Hataway'e Service Station j I rues V : : FLORIDA POI.CRT) COMPANY .. ,1 on the o d elherIrwluitrigl ,
PORT MAYACA, Precinct No., 8,, F bruary 18th, '' poMibilitlt

Post Office. e ; "I t u" v. ,

It 1' STUART Precinct No. 2, February 19th, Court .: .
S1R \. ;" \..

STUJART, Precinct No.. 3, February; 20th, Court I' p

House. M MlllIOII'DOllAD tLECTRIV l IENtFJTS 1 iftHsm* ity Pleay'gf'CTiEAI 1' w .k

'aep nd bli tlectriaty u sauced tris... ,

A.' C. CWRSQN ., faring and homes in> ,Florid a*\, result <4 our r rA'
and .
$24 O.OOO cetttrodMtpiofiam i ;
: ,new : 1;
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with the treat Hartford, lire ling wanted to let them are a gifts ever'gtn-anyetate on t
\ tn Its ownership: H* want stable bail, with assurance
part thi.I
elected to make common
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL ed his gin to be aelf-nupportlni we can all enjoy It at .
any tin,
with the others and went to
'J John Ringling"s Prbcely Gift,, To The penitentiary! for eight months and he made provision for that. we will, make .the well worth] :

PHOTOS 1 as a result, Haley, the man who The Iltlgatl6n, the rows, 'and while journey to the beautll
t '
tY show Its the fights over what he left are west coast city for which Elu.
headed the during
... Ij PHQTOGRAPHS WILL HSALE )U MAKE THATGUARANTEED State Of FloridaJacktormlle most difficult period and who I Ia not over yet, but things "are ling did ao much before !ht decided -

t !. .. .. I I now within sight of paying off managed thl tim next year to become a permannu
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERV I can see one of the most princely benefactor of all, the state,
the crushing fire I
j ( American) < .will have control In his hands. -

'>> When John Ring-ling circus tycoon died on December -1,, The three factions have Waged I He thought of the gentle,i
,, TROPICAL, 2, 1916: he left behind him a will which was to set off i almost constant legal war for quiet., Intelligent wife whose

,: Knieger BUg Next To Western Union ten years! of bitter controversy yith.the end not yet insight I control of "The Greatest< Showon advice and help Haley prises. Highest Cash ForJYour Car
The will provided in substance that his palatial :
o 'I( j Earth To recount Its manifold He thought of John Ringllng

_____H -. ----_ home at Sarasota should be turned Into a museum to. house. ramifications would fill a I North raided\ In the circus, extravagant WON'T TAKE FIVE IINUTES
.1.., -I* collection I of costly art treasures -- -- ------ -- book One thing li rare, JohnRingling peerless showman ...

(''i CASEY'S GOLDEN GATE CAMP that would be the envy ol denied,with and Judge Buford other again man of litany mood 1'I Hard to get along with; of Robert W. can pay you the O. P. A. ut for your cat which
any foreign potentate, and that dissenting one Jndp and dual character In' the t: Ringllng opera singer, with anywhere'
J. I ia'as much e et
( Beer, Wines and Sandwi: as : both ,should: become the prop taking no part I I twilight of his life thought' no idea of the value of money, a* JO .
erty of the State of Florida. la George Cooper Olbba had been' ten, of Florida the quiet or-I,II showman extraordinary, a prima STAY WI THE LAW

}!? OVER NIG CAB St I addition various other properties succeeded a* attorney general'could: always find at the end donna John Singling wantedto JtoTOR CO.

an I In Sarasota should pass tojlhe January of 1941 by I. Tom the trail each year at his Sara-j know that the great things SUNRISE

;'\ TRAILER'il ( state to aid In the maintenance Watson and John< L. Graham, as sota home. He thought of hIs i I which he had made such a 311Soul i Dixie

:t of the museum and, last assistant attorney general, by'I coastly art collections, which he I mighty effort to create would
GAS and 1 IL; I but by no means least, the thirty Lawrence TrulU, The atate wa and his friends enjoyed so much.j.stwd a monument to his name Fort Pierce, Ft*. Telephone 190

1'il Open 7130, A. M.<' 0 lit P. M. percent Interest of Ringllng in represented'! by all four at the. He thought of his many heartaches -,and to, those who helped him

,i 2 Mites' South of Stuart on Federal HUWay' No. 1 I I the circus also was given to the rehearing procecdlrgs and' heartaches as he''make it famous How better to

}I T. G. CASEY State, The Cabinet In tbs meantime, [climbed step by step from a stabilize: a situation than to
I The improvident way of living dwijnnted Secretary of State I small circus owner ,to circus make the ,State an interested GULF SUPER SERVICE STATION r

'h'' lot the -giver soon came back to Robert Gray and Superintendent'! "' king party? He wanted his work

f haunt the honest, and to provIde -, of PubliC! Instruction Colltt English ; He thought of !the: strengthand I of art to be available for all to GOLF GAS and LUB /CANTS

Fresh Home-Made Doughnuts chancel undreamed of for I a. a ub-ecmmlttee on the the weakness of each of his see and enjoy. That part of his CAR R IR G
'the dishonest, who were administrators : Singling Estate, The Lawyers' 'relatives and associates "Jim" desire Is now a reality He want- V

Made Twice A Day of the gift for the i fees owed by the crci') kin] Haley business man. tot his first ed the clrucus to continue always \ WASH, POLISH an BRICATION

State Numerous legal 1 wrangles were colossal: They, with other circus''Job'by' :running Ringllng :If ,the state could not ''
Chocolate Coconut and Plain Service'
Courteous Ef f
Object the untangling of complicated I debts, kept everyone connetced down' and making him pay a bill' bring stability, what chance was i V

Pies, Cakerjmd Rolls affairs of the ,circus with the affair In tienble all the to a'filling'station,whlchHali>y there of, anyone else doing it? OE

1,. I I Baked. Dflijt/ king sbon found their way Into time. Watson wa lOOn at odd was running,at the time; who, That la not yet a reality, but It 7:00 A. M. Till 9:OQ|*. M.--1 Days A Week
the courts One judge'of our ,with at least two of U* three handling;the J finance thoughhe la In the power of the state very !
( high court In writing his opinion faction of the Ringing family was scorned to make,an In- soon',to,'make It so ,The public BANFORD sad SUTTON; Owner

;\; Handy Pantry Pastry Shop 'aoettously remarked that had and thing were growing wane dependent:defense to ,a'charge and their,interest in the circus

devoted life when a showdown made it what it la
John Ringllng a dally was precipitated ot manAlaughtecJin Connection have Ring.
I Beyer Bldg Akron & 2nd St. time to muddling his affairs and, by James T Haley and .... .- -. ,

'hired two lawyers to help him John Rlngling North who sought BiHUh Pintle i Miilt" Visits ParaBrtjIc Ward: I II Ii GOODYEAR'S SERVICE TATIONC
-- have out Me and at
do /so he could hardly donea era. Gray English

better job an Orlando convention and Informed TEXACO GAS AND JIL
1- NOW ON DISPLAY At Lighthouse Dock It was at evident that them that they could t
: 1 Th. Beautiful New 25.Foot while the estate was solvent, It not and would not go on any 4 h, STOP IN AND Fiyf UP

'.'1 ", ,CORRECT CRAFT CRUISER was burdened by debt to suchan longer with the three constantly Prompt ansVCourte Ts Service-
ti Inspection Invited See Us Fer Details extent that the law would I bring held over them that the r' ,
not allow the State to take 1U"" Income tax settlement which was! I It "ED" cKoVrEAR

Dealers For Ventnor* correct Craft gift! until some arrangement had so vital would be wrecked at any --

I t Boats of All Types r- )**>t Brokers: been made to dispose of the moment. The Cabinet displaced
t tebt Watson a* their ad\1:>or on ]legit Hi-way No. 1 ni/jerncn Cutoff Road

1 Hudgins Bat Co. affair of the esUts and substituted .
John Ringllng had contracteda I '
\ Statfortt'C4ldwe11: Tal- ...
/ marriage In December 1930 -
i D.P.H ins lah.moe lawyer, at f0 monthly i
I,!! Mile N. St. Lucie Rivfr U. S. NO 1 Hi-way 'with one Emily Buck. Their tempestuous I In,his p1A e. A loan of ",03,003va I I sr
mating was an unmrlodlous -
jt then ncttotlnUd.: This with "DINE and DANCE"
1 tune with words and I i
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I : $525000 alieady on hand, was l r
: r.
music as often as not profane i i
used to oft the government,
{\ Radio or Appliance Troubles? Ringing sued fer divorce The ATSEYMOUR'S
One Wfft coast lam t which
dismissed but a later : 7k
;ise was
a demanded legal (eel !'
CALL lutempt to dissolve the bonds
-d i C.
accepted a je.llcir.e Of $80'003. INN
successful and when Ring-
ass Other debts were settled; I .In the I
BARTLEinjVBROS.FASTEFFICIEN ling died he was legally a bachelor >r
acme pioporUon.\
Twenty days after his TASTY, DEUC10UF FOOD
The original wu madeIn
t-: ELIABLE 'death' on December, 22 1036| May or 1934 II It John Rings Mixed Dwk -B P on Draft
represented by
Emily Ringing
; ling named a rbte\: Odd Ring-
Mllam, Mcllvaine and Milam ol
SERVICE ,ling North fend a 'roe::>hew. John,II
Jacksonville, to
moved reopen
Ringing;) !! North, naw.)vlce-preRl-!
..I the divorce on the grounds thatIt I SEAFOODOURjjBPECIALl
dent of the circus corporation, '
Osceola Ave. Phone Stuart 209
't' had been obtained by fraud. .' t
as aJ-nlnlstratar; of"U estate "
I In the meantue one of the \
I' To Ms will he! added! a Codicil ,c: ...
I"I \ ;:obligations, of the estate; an In- II dated November X 1335--whlch I'J' Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON
: ,} com tax (lability of more than set the'legal war off anew I :
\ Owner
thirteen million dopers
't RAY'S LUNCH BAR Before It can be Decided what I
threatening to wipe out the entire I
t J ) the .tl: meant the final disposition < s a,. wlI -
and all. Attorneys r
estate: circus '
_.._ _
I of some parts of the estatetri -r "
: PIES for the various factions' I t b-i.U is necessary that the SIr WlltrW. PallM card, MIshi..1 P..!... l Is,Gmt Britain watch a para.
BOTTLED BEER united tor once in the face of Supreme Court pass on and In- elope Mrltirit. seecha' to ntai..a: d M, legs dates' recent;WI to tt>..
fearful lest the'I VftwcMAMnMrntlM HcMpiial ot Rlck-ond, Ve. Tarn. ta pidim.
i Open Till It30 *jl| Every Night /mint common of danger golden dollars dissolve terpict both 'the!. will and the ..from 'lift to rlfht, ant.are. Brillih Ptmfen Mlnlttv' HnpM,Ma.....,. ......
codlclle Ten years after ,M. Epmoa -Lei"
r Into a of tawdry spangles
tat." heap the affairs of John Ringllng --
Drop In For That num Snack seem '
moved promptly Led by the to be headed for our Supreme 11 ave you a 1i i ie land? Grow tree:
Federal Highway Opposite "Ed's" Fruit Stand ihrewed and brilliant Leonard i Court for the last ,time, The Forest product rank tenth in valueot the big ten

i 1 RAY BERWICK: Owner Hlsco of New York they got. In costly art treasurers which in farm crops: throughout the nation Farm ,woodlands pay

some way, acceptance of a compromise Ringllng gave to the state wereIf'fDed their owners'nearly 163,000.000 annually,
: offer of $825,000 for the '
technically by the Rem. \ ----- ---------
I 1 entire amount. '[ilandt Corporation and this hat
i In teh ,meantime there
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS created another minor dangerto
delay after delay In the appeal lI
the Florida'*, title. No men-
'from the divorce while attemptswere ,{
HOUSE WIRING tion ass made of the corpora. CATS
made to settle with EA'R
tlon In either the will or
APPLIAj C REPAIRS Ringllng The appeal finally codicil \ were

1 t d, ,fine before the court; and was The State has,now become ., Werking'For'
Free Pick-up an< PUyfrr Service !decided on August 1, 1940 an ,intent
floating partner: to .displayoK ; /
now on A Multitude
: The! interests of Florida were
and purpose wth! the three
"it represented by the late George faction' of the Hireling family
Christopher J Electric Shop ,Cooper Qlbbs, at that tim attorney They ere Mrs J.mcj T Haley. Of'BOSSBS'' '
general of Florida, and widow of Richard XtlngUng, tsn. I Lid..r.......:... .,
: 625 Osceola St. Phones 117-182 I John L 'Oraham}, assistant attorney Ida Singling' North ion John
The various
Ringllng North and a nephew Y
factions of the Ringllng family, '
I Robert; Ringllng, and niece, a '
who were of course party defendants
I Mr. Sanford. The etate stork A '
.. Indian River Fruit In the
appeal were
voted witH Mrs Haley or Robert sit x. P. a..sl 4
t From Our Grove to You = Fresh Picked represented by S lawyers including Ringllng will give eIther fao sly I.. glow. ettt.a.I Our reo1/"bosses"* 'a
Frost and Jacobs of Cincinnati \ : tlon control. On the other hand, with .,eel wh..l.safs.tl. '
I ; VALENCIA and TEMPLE ORANGES TANGERINES, The court in an opinionby John Ringllng North, If given are our,customers and the

I MARSH SEEDUgS GRAPEFRUIT Justice Terrell, concurred : '. by the court the right he contends whh nhb., arseTods thousands of peopli In towns end in the

't ", Bushel Mixed FruW, $2.00 In by all the Judges 1 II his to rote as trustee. s.a.tseh.r.nt..et. farms of the southeast who are waning for
save Judge Buford who dissented ,
1 Bushel Mixed Fruit A. .$3.25 ..
I Ring Packed for Shpm! t. ,Extra upheld the divorce 114II telephones Jheir--telephone neep ore out::
I the facts and circumstances of -
Florida T work
The !
t L. T. Bauer BoxSTUART 14 Stuart, Fla. II the marriage were reviewed In es program
Ii" AUTO CAMPExpress Judge Terrell salty style For Union.CONSTIPATION. 'ha sed see ew"CAT" plow tanow,cultivate,'

f I an unexplained reason the Miing P err weed,furrow,prods and twig you your farm and ranch Material stirtagei eontirdl to hamper us'

I usual application for rehearing Depen hl. 'viceLo work Whether you form epmrrtlotheII grow for horn. UM only, and it will stil ake timem get around to

4 was not made at once. Instead es i save yow lime .fforf end arm tested for ever 10
but deMd this A vastly
the rest of 1940 all of 1041 anda Stuart Jan a Salerno v on-the/f produch of D. lgnCornel. p and Dependability I everyone, youliVi on : '

SEND IT TO THE part; of 1943 elapsed before It Port Sewall alna City .*. bM of lmplemmfs evoi le al ....eatw.d by enlarged telephone isjiftiiotion is Installing

. / was made The account of the For ,Ho livery ..tra cotf See the"Cot,"today)' ski central office equ' ri coble! find'other;

I I proceedings shows In that the when, Florida.the application reports .drop E. L'a EIJh ar toR. X i 50 to M onto* .a.WO. ads..ti..., ,Neussaeswe. a cos: facilities, lust osJMt as t Jjecome avail

PhoLAURY2St7 finally. came up' the Diet butorPa ssse s.IN-r.-... b apassd n w 0..a. able II.and tj ll be no let-ufWil there's

tl firm of Warn Mcllvaine and City --, ------- plenty of sep e, \locos\ and long diiW efor
Wham council for Mrs. Ringllng : ? ...--" '."". '_.,,,,...- -r-
4 't was Joined Fred Kent of Jack j \ (OU'ON FM,FREE DESCtlrTW FOIOIR towZan_ forntl f t

NDWE sonvllle and Senator Claude s

Pepper. ''The divorce was again ,Nw'Mare. ..i.r.e.....

II upheld by a rehearing being Risky In I t.
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Your Laund i Stuart Boat %a lpe k ttloh ,. z--. ::......._...: Ctnfrol'offices ore the bwleit. iYtr; I If the

cwt osd tt.. live d n a vita oa I I" ,dial Joae, or tke'cfer Wi oMwtr.MMtimti ta"'

; CLEAN. SANITARY an CON MICAI; : 'Rentals .fuses. or,.to ua antes Italy, rr os elnt.r oar re.tu. ''t I' dtlered. ,. pletw. beer 'with M-

and warr.fng eAta w.aywnt until ....I..1IItItt 6e .
, LAUNDRY ICES Why tale tote eha yea can Gait' -& Auto-Siipply' ?- -
'" talcs Caotawe, C..1 ba dfatakioe. t.iw.d.a1 .kataN.d;] ak4.r3WT ;
yst esks.andt act ate
s. Lw I.beer. x..s ping Otltputtwrw
; PBOPLE'StAUNDRYPhoo:: } For River Fishia r .ends .ae ..trite.n Exclusive
: mucus en lie you
By Hour Day Weeh gvel'pk.atuld Ola A lit thtal UM Mtduakd. NA'TlNCOUNTYi! DEALER \ ,

w tt M.'L JHeKillip s. end 23u a an +. flMdY. S
t 28T S (Mae) 300 Stuart,!rta.: 'P:O.:b. 1317h .. .. ...
Ar P. O. Box 7M .. ,_ IMiea/O.AranS ,
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THREE' JOIN' INCULr" iiM>'iiiiniiiii! + ) "'iiiniiiiiiiiiiHiHiHiti' 'I and
VTllla tae, Ann '
NEWS COUNTY II Shirley Wfl- day afttrnoon were Mrs. W. %L.: .1 i
SALERNO tllr lean, Mr. '
NEWS and Buckles of Merritt, Mrs. jack, flaundernon.Mr I

The, County Agent's Colum Alan r. ;dray;: :b. W Rogers By MRS. 0.Aiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii'iiiiiiriiimtiiiiimii, D. UJC.Uy': tndtactown of hlllOusl.were dinner, f. L. gustsSunday *. Fnd Pedersen, Mrs. George j ,

and Clyde 'A, <>niltt'of Stuart / a td Terry, Osborn Mrs W. D. Blanton, Mrs ] JOIN THE THRONGS j
Bjr L. M. Johnton i family Martha Whittle and Mrs Shelby '
are partiolpatlni In ,the Sixth Miss Lucille Inscoewill d.m.1!I! J. a DeLoach returned< home 4 ;

Annual.OuW; Air Tour to Florida, cnstrate cooking with citrus:J I Friday after four weeks in Jesup McCulley. I I
come in contact t -----
11 tuna, owned and opera In with every grub, an event which .Is bringing Into fruit Monday, Jan. 17 at 2:50: at'' and Clennvllle, Oa., visiting re- Though operations were retarded Attend the "
d by George R. and EUsa; spraying Use power syrayer the air the l largest number, of the schoolhouse. All the women 1 t Ictlves: and friends throughout the war a ,

Lti.L., lanmlinousi: art doing hold of 400/ pounds: prwmr end private pilots,'in the history of Of the community; are Invited :!;i Mrs. L. M. Arnold of Fort gold ml'ie at Yellowknife. Canada I
[splendid job of living 'and nozzle from 12 to 18 Inches aviation, Major AI Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over 'Pierce Is visiting her daughter, in-- de the Arctic Circle am DOGRACES
ming\ in Martin County and from animal.! If dip 1 I. used run noted speed flyer, Juliet trophy hlser Mr. and Mrs. Orman Eggle- Mrs. Shelby McCulley, this week 690 m1.I: from a rallrJad, ho.rroduceJ I ,
and citrus for animals through vat containing ton and Those who attended the PTA more than\ 113.000,00, i iI
wing flowers winner and head of the aviation son, Benny, motored ,, -
nmon purposes. They have the material. department. of the Gulf Oil Companies : to Clewlstod Saturday, .lght8et- ;:county council In Stpart Mon of ore Since J 1938 I at the I, '
Lted. ( 70.000 certified glad- o-o-o disclosed yesterday ing, While there they visited the i I (j
I -
SALT! : All ---- ----------- -- -
[us bulbs, 150,00 .gladiolus& farm animate need ,PeBI nltd to encourage eross-I! V 8. sugar mill j I '
libleM from certified stork 20 I II dally: supply of salt for health, I PALM BEACH '
growth and country: flying this unusual Air Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Gffllard t '
(dcnU plant and a. S-acre be fed reproduction' to 6411tihould Tour Is open to'any pilot of al of Stark are visiting Mr. Qllll-l "LISTEN" to WIRA
of tropical fruits eonslstat animals re- plane of 12' !!
Dve horsepower of Ion* aril's sister, Mrs. Bill; Long'endrashly.
tu'Tlyj just !
as oil Is )
; tangerines; King oranges, i But.-j.dbies' otherwise applied!, there to.i Several thousand private pilots I i I 1400 ON'( YOUR D'AL Kennel

jiMipple oranges Valencia'smlinge 1 will be trouble.! SaU I la! continuity \ \- front all" over the country are I Evelyn Terry spent SaturdVyjtilght i > ,
and Parson Brown belns ,",VII 1 f ott by the nnl- expected take part In this in Indlantown visiting her' "MUSIC FOR LISTENING"SilSto :
IngM, also Naval oranges, mill" body., H'/rto flight Pilots will use the nearestof I cousin, Shirley Ann Norrls. 1 N C/Ub
J !
Ipcrmlt! Mulgcbs suaras, Gall! tilt In every ponnd put of pdmsft : : :. taut especially worked out I 1, Mrs. W. L. Merritt led in a 3:30: P. Mo.'T..t.da'I, / I
fi limes Calamondlns, Gcr. !pers.l Gulf Airways to Florida, I IVew t .* ,
>l Ira ion, Cows put a of all ofi'beautiful' eandle-lUht inetalla- J M nted, y C. B. A: bogast '
gram i'
[cherries.. Red Cable guavas, which will converge at Orlando ( (Excep j '
i salt Into every tint of milk.I i tion service of the YPCA officers ,
d I bauanat.< This term Is local- Handling out from that city to'Sunday evening at the WethodUt '"CresbXsinjs" / ,
I on the road to: Bacui plantn I both Florida's east and west First Rae S P. M. ,
i church: The officers installed sin to 51:JO P., %
| on therlyer side jontral j I coasts Free oil and gasoline will I I
0 0 0 I I I Ionic be provided participants by Gulf'| Marcia were Jane McPherson'Baldwin 'president' Prescntad by Row J Fu ofture Co-; .. Daily Do 2nd d 3rd Races I '
I I vice-presi
grub on cattle and! dealers at some TO intermediate
old losses by '*sing 1 of the!I I DemonstrationNotes ref uling points along these airways -! dent, Evelyn: Terry, 'secretary, "CROSBY 5 dN } en Quinieila eec '

Rowing formulas: Dust: t.part !i Flyers from this area may'and Toley Engebretsen Jr., Bifa t
treasurer. to 3i30 P, 'day,
I weight of cube containing 8rant I secure Air Tour applicationsfrom No Minors Admit d
rotenone and 2 parts 1 I the local Gulf airport dealer I Mrs Martha Whittle Spent last'' Pter''crl' 5.y The e retry ,$hoppe l 'i

llpoll l earth' tdoubleground I Ikun I 1" MiSSrLUC1L8! ; INSCOK Pilots can take off any time!! 'week end in _Palm City' visiting Opposite Morrison Fl I, 'j
)I. Wash: 12 ounces of |! ; after January 2nd and can com{ her daughter, Mrs. 8. E. Lane Fr.coilplel up-to-UIF-minutf ewe of Stuart andI
|u a of tlerris powderl\ contain- Fat Some Fresh Curse Daily plete the tour by January Z6th. I and family. j 1 rV' tin Cou >/--Tss a IB-"Ca' Martin County" West Palm Beach HJ

: t percent rotenone, 4 ounces According to the pattern for i They can fly individually or in: Oscar Norrls! and children, 11 3 t'-' UsWS Monday T .ugh Saturday : '
I p MlIIlar; laundry soap, and 1 good nutrition, worked out by I Y' ''"J" """"""' "" I ..Admission; 25 Cents -7. i

( gallon! of water,. Spray: 7Vji the '(T. 8. government, 'it* should groups of their own chooslr.r: ; I] T. d. r'ea'engost' { Mar' County Rrp. l

raids of derris or cube containS eat some citrus fruit or tomatoesat and bake In moderate oven ((400'l and can visit any part of Flor- Phone.126-1'.' ....,
; percent rotenone and 100 Mst' (once a day. This requirement \ degree F.) about 20 minutes, j+I Ida they "desire. !'

r lions 'Of water. Dip: 10 pounds should rot he hard to fill '
tub or derris! containing 6 in South HorMa: and we are

I went rotenone '2 ounces of Indeed fortunate that it .is so. DOLLARS .. ,\w: AVi} PATRONIZE' : : I I'
Ktlum lauryl sulfate, and 100 It Is not only good, sound +1:1

lions of water. Before apply planning ,but economy to use SPENT IN ,__ I i
-.tha Insecticide, drive ani.: .u citrus when Ills t fresh. There '+ = : MARTIN COUNTY! E!" HOME FIRMS ,' ,

lals Into a chute and curry a big I crop, and we should take I MARTIN: COUNTY OFFERING YOU hA j'
|em to expose grubs In using advantage of this, and not allow j }

p t.rlallnto dust, rub.1.with hair and a stiff openings brush) J It to waste on the trees'. STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESESERVICES '

Plain grapefruit hearts, topp-
fade by grubs In washing beanimal's I
ed with crated carrots and the
re> back U wet with it: < ,
.. II
I dressing of, your* choice, makes .d -- -- It
e material so insecticide: willITVAIt7 f 1\\
a good salad addition to a meal.It [(WHEN YOU'aC THINkINC OF I I ,( COMPLETE ; I ,:
Is especially good with meats CONCRETE i --Ideal Sport I Lance Brothers LET U S Electric\ and Refrigeration Auto Camp ;'1' ,I II
Hot orange muffins are very 1 I I ( I Give Your Car or Truck SERVICE r"

good with a cold salad and a I Shcp Restaurant i A Complete Check Up.. No Job Too Large Or Stuart -,.. !t'hneERIFNcP '

drink at lunch time Orange BLOCKS I ( ACEHT! FOR GOOD'F ..lTTENDA"ITS+ Too Sm IL i ...
rolls make for AND M ''HhJU i I Modern
variety too. There t Yilson Cottues
ND I ;
I r r i rl"ue"t sphere j A. HOBESOUKp
I r.r' K..d+
are many orange cakes that are CONCR EM3 '' ood.RtsORI. I I ,'red1y11 triceTVART OPEN s....HOU gar f ELECTRIC C And Trailej...Cdtart t I
SINCE good, which do not require! frost-' I" '- I t
1W Ings. Use/ these only: AFTER you .fr a'.Ct V MILK rX: >*TH O I I Stand! rd Oi 'eO.., Day Phone I RENTAL .MewrH; WEEl6'pR. I II

e have met your requirements in I Ie L ER 1 dq.art-IIR R I I Or: rn 7 dave a uk. I u.EIt, SEIIVKf: STATION I'' Hobo Sound 3271 Wi I I ALL CONVENIENCES I

the fresh state. I r i Daily RALPH r. CHANDLER. 0.... Nike Phone I BLAIR and BAKER I I 't, ,

Try this recipe: t DIXIE_ H1 WArPHON 5T rI'a.,;u1 rt1Gn; I C? led 3 p. m to 5 p. m D/.1/ 11} ,w., I Stuart 185-J I II I OU Dl.i. m.w.r fhwu iaiBI i1
We Orange Muffins __ ::

Spec }Hi cup shortening t h cup sugar I : I )
? I egg V, cup all-brand.! 1 table : }MOMrBOlLBlNG !I RANK HALEROOFING I Buy The Best I '

spoon orange rind, Vi cup orange Sef I If GENERALELECTRIC MORK ''r I'I'If
ntebloer Juice 1 1/3 cup Hour, 2 teaspoons o I .
/ baking powder 14 tea- HIGBEE ,. w I ,
ipoon soda. of all kinds and I i I 1 I,
ha fls'aundry
Cream shortening and sugar 0'1 I UFEU.I' r
let ails 'Roof R c 4 1
thoroughly; .add egg and beat e J epa ng Kitche i HAIII t
al total Insur.nc. until creamy Add alt brand General l actin g a I General DeJL
A' a .r See orange rind, orange juice and e I I 404 C **ado Arc. Cl! E71 1 RVIE appltsmcea.WI Radios i Little I ''tt1
milk to make the mixture of
Phone JjJLJl and Leave '
IQH E. TAYLOR proper consistency.! Sift flour R to, art Mfc UWrll. ITU'.T! rHO I I Beast Si1 0p '' '

or With baki.is poorer: soda and I I 'Bathing Beach r SL i __ P..a BnTtt _ Phon. 308 I es. AKRON AVE. PHONE M I I I ld -' I
Jdg. Phude 10U5TL [Salt? add to Hut mixture and
A>rt -- --- -, \
cur until dour disappears. Fill

--- ----- .IIl'1lIUd- ..- -muffin- .pans_2_j3._ full- I SUNRA i Stuart Sunoco'I- 'I i ,i
1-1'I': BillytM. i BATEMAN l'

Water fort I l sez. e "Service Station"SfNOCO I '
Properties JALOU; I :, I CONSTRUCnON cr.- ,;:"
Ato Frozen Mooda ,... ... .. + ,
I (IF.rues.. "" .s. Ar taro I I. I S 1 11!j:
AKa, Ile/ Ici'aso 'e+1J1 3, Lute( tlcr'. IioILlo : '1und.CRCIIf MD aEAVT rORT NUM AMA Ua : I' p, "';r ru'' 2.::! :' ''::,' '-" .Wt"" ) 1.' PRODUCTS I ROAD AND MAMNC 1 C-<- -' '' +
ausmasaSUNRATslUJTTERS INarALL a 011'11 .',
: 1" : $e I' : YuS, probtihly just a wel I
I. ; ".- r e b that iirArlhur's bouin Japsth ) TIRE ", WASHING J LAN CLrF.KRiNr w_ i '

,R ail I tSTIMATU SUl mlO I Jcn' each A \. f< awhile I breed folks ten PROMPT0 AD SERVICE : I G floNG '

A yRfa.eA Sunray Shut) I .,. N..... ,..., We i .,! e0 --'J about hr'r cudtllin' In our laps I Fur ee ei.e. .. i I I t I .
Products I' R a. H. ..a c. a. ZARNIT3 0.0' TATlA3UBMITTt3r. ,
'- PHOE! 9131. 4 1 From hat I've read of DomUs .., .. I I
w C. ARMOR r. O. US I ,". J Pb 134 HIb./ No. I i .o. BW us 1.10.1 HI W:" ,1
i iV iy ao.c.: ,',- .. 'r. "".. J !Mat, I. s'a not likely to forget e !I Islnjli' _, T___ :, I I '

,ollar, smack, th'
I __ '" or grnr t
:t ,
Yank rib'ners "etf"Tis tit

voua tioMt toss owneoVAairrr 1 P &, !'vI ci'timon sense to lame > Docks, I i i JOHNS I / I I' I i

McCLUNG ; !Iif rue I not waclin' In too rough Seawalls I I bra'
atcR, wt'eEe 'CAR
: thai' v aid keep 'tm from lUlU ,
Se I 2 P clcsacrteste a earau n face lilch could make 'enit1It' Boat Hoi Ie: STUART-S VEADINQ CRY"CLIANE i i I I

pljnt ought! We gotta change p pTh. p
Th ore On : I sV1Nct tale h
er" e ce dream 0: their in a mile not to b, All T p Marine
j t \ such .'''-isll.t foei' so our best' I ction I DRY CLMNINGLUSllELY

M.nagemen U er The Place Where I il : befs So wbafs right, as laugh I Ivan Ior I I ii e ,
WfcVl"y ..:-G. I. pars
J. P. McClung Friend* Meet"Web t P. O. Box PHONE 58 ;tc
II ) My ou| tn'pp, led hors that. 4 4 :
M...... osetol.A Avt I
1044 I ,
% away; 'd wheedle 'cm Into a I PHONE Ave
-- pen t.v boldln* out a bunch at \I __ ___ (- -._ +if

,- ------ ---- --'-'-' -- hay+snmetlmes he slauflibtered _
eight or ten. 'Course, I ain't a- - '1

OrdwpyMe r .SMITHS.I I I 11 amln' to Imply that Douglas has such designs either now, or brand i I Rice Hotel I I a'

1 : I ty but n.doev his eoaxln' en those lines! 0 Stuart Taxi '
0 And I I ,
Thcr'i notbm': like th' old "Know-how" wlthoBt It one just playrhob Restaurant k
AUTHORIZED fpTutt foil L'O'e "" I '
-whether you're' Billkln' th' family cow, or doin'_ swmeotber
0e LD s pesky'Job.! Ther' art no men who fcnow.th' Jays like MacArthur I uH BY'S' I

\ AN vlGa DA I aad but staff, and as twaa said by my old pap, "Kick and cMsliTitames (i It's Never la*. For Prompt D n1Af

DAY AND N d- "- r.u4 NO calf! "* Breakfa erby'aJaySVA C 00r I e r

s WRECKER SER TN. F dly Spot I OP Week I ,

toot 1 e M. Till F. M. PONE
PHONE 9142 Post Office Arcade 9
0 B. I. SMITH. Oww I I

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Of ES.lr
ged and Unimproved PropwUesITtrowehout I I Jensen .Hd1NeCONCRETE .
March} County r TIRE "Where Economy Ruler .
{ '1 1 lad and troll' livery :
CM g'I -(iIWft'IIII EjKelleftt Food Sbop at "Yo J S ft,_ ;1
FD aN" et"8
Sewi.. Pelt lSV.r-teato.t lrejerttea Cottages'fao Boat EEC F I x.18 d.w
Host. x JEMg THEY i xSxlSpart. :
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,ARBOGAST L. G CLE Conveniently$ Located Phone '148.: .
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..... WAS .:.. I'I .. nAl Jensen 'Bh' 314 S. 3rd St., .
.liriiagnl 14lI y $ 7w. 'rUKXAI. HI-WA-V, ,0rcovsTy easca 1 MX..: = tII lad.e ''Joe Brooks ,Fort Pkt'ee I

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; ,.. REGARDING NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Th following officer and vestrymen HELP OF ALL IN ,

{ J \ for 1(47 were elected last

:': January 13 I 1047' 'I week at the annual meeting of THEATRE
Copy of tel('iram received December 20th from Washington, D C.
( t (J.1 Editor Stuart ;Mews; for Buildings ;to Civilian Productlon'Administration"FtR the combined Episcopal missions FIGHT. ONIIRESFlorida 30 -

;1 Regarding Applications of St. Mary's, Stuart, and AU PROGRAM FOR
Under Veteran Housing Program Order t, (VHP-It ) YOUR INFORMATION FEATURES
,t Saints', Waveland; treasurer: R. TWO BIG '
I Civilian Production Administration EARL KQ 1BNSi Service THIS WEEK
Forest Appeals
: itl) flume appear to have an erroneous opinion, that the federal A. Tu'nley; pariah clerk: Mrs of I .....,.. Mu Mart law)'
taw '1 :i I DECEMBER 19, 1946 church school to People : MHsvcawwHaa
;;r creating, Veteran Housing Program (VHP-ll no Albert, Shrigley;
'': longer In force, If ,,'e Judge from the number of projects un |LF1L('THE HJK(:EMBhK; ; 24 ALL NON-HOUSING FARM superintendent: Charles Rue; StateTALLAHASSEE .. ( FRI'AND SAT.

der construction, without CPA or F.H A, pcrmislson. The i CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS, BE PROCESSED vestrymen:: L W Barnes R. A. FIre Con- .

law\' It t.llIln force on all types of construction, but in some 1 IBY OTC (('PA; ) DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION OFFICES. Purvey) ,Theodore Dehon Charles, trol Chief Owen Douglas of the JANUARY 24-25
cases modified All bluldlngs constructed subsequent to i iI I APFIICAT10NS FOR FARM DWELLINGS WILL BE Rue, D. S Hudson, Samuel Aus DA DOUBLE: FEATURE

I March 24, 1943 come under this law. I' IIANDI.Kl: ) IJY FUA., SUPPLEMENT 6 TO VHP-1 IS BE- tin, M. R. Cartwright, F C. Han' Florida Forest Service today ap-In

<(2'' We hereto attach"topi of two telegrams, our) on Dwmbcr: I INO AMhNDW,: : ) FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS HAVE cock, E.: R. Ensey Encouraging pealed for the public number cooperation of wildwoods ,reu.-. naute4ROBASON/

', 18, 1948 from Federal Bureau of Construction, Washington,, I' nilLN; :SENT: : TO ALL STATE PRODUCTION AND reports were received from the reducing fires

2 D, C to Mr, Earl RobbIns District Manager, Civilian Production :- I: MARKCTINH ADMINISTRATION DIRECTORS BY DE- church treasurer, the church He said statistics for October, tosrrtt<<
Administration Miami, Florida, Also Information from I''I I'ARTM1<:NT (OJ AGRICULTURE: school!, and the two chapter of November and December show ,
tUaNr G Gy
, Earl Bobbins, District Manager, to all members of General:mum.: MW: HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM the Women' Auxiliary, St. 15,844 acres burned with estimated -t.: ; '

1 Advisory District Construction Committee. who pas on all ANNOUNCED TODAY EFFECTIVE DECEMBER Mary' and 8t:: Catherine, and damage of. 17,886 for 678 r '\\'[I'iI00
applications made to C'pA. This information bin been released 2.1, WILL in: HANDLED( EXCLUSIVELY BY FHA AND enthusiastic plans for the 'new fires Q

,'t j to the presx. CIA, l'RO('KSS1NJ: ; OF THE APPLICATIONS' UNDER year were outlined i From July to January a total ,
'181' Public Information.: We believe then Is u lack of Public In- I'RfcSKNT::; : I INhTKUCfTIONS/ WILL CONTINUE THROUGH Preceding the business meeting ,of 19,220 acre were burned with

I formation regarding the Federal Law, created all Veterans MONDAY, lJ ;EMBER ''23. COUNTY COMMITTEES supper wa served to 70 an estimated\ damage of $11.59 : ( il PlAlC,

Itoergrney) housing Program VHP-t, under Civilian Production SHOULD NOT ACCLI'T APPLICATIONS WHICH CAN. members by a committee headedby I Figure\ are compiled only on _

i Administration and Federal Housing Administration ,,MIT BE: PROCESSED) IN THE STATE OFFICES BY THAT Mrs T. M. Colville, Mrs. Stan. protected acreage because of the w rw r"e wr,.r wus

which went Into effect March 28, 1948 It is not our purposeto ; I TIME PRIORITIES( ISSUED THROUGH DECEMBER 23 ItT Kitching, and, Miss Matilda I difficulty of checking on unpro- SCREEN SNAPSHOTS =a Wr.t.ES r.nna.rww.

reltera.e. the law, but simply that there Is a law governingall WILL REMAIN; VALID. IF ANY UNPROCESSED APPLICATIONS Fenton: tected acreage.'Thert Is a total

.construction, and until repealed, It Is the same a* any : REMAIN ON HAND DECEMBER 24, THEY .
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other law, and applies to all alike who expect to build or connected SHOULD BE TRANSMITTED TO APPROPRIATE FHA

with the building industry, OFFICES FOR DWELLING AND CPA FOR ALL OTHERS. PEA e.2




1 ., THE CAN CALL HOME,, THE Sl'BJECTlLL BE A NATIONU ,. D. C. 17 DEC. 18 A M 4:51: ,

,(1; The Housing Problem, a National, as well as local problem 25 N fc:: THIRD STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 BONDED BOURBON ,
What Is done In this locality effect what must be done elsewhere \L() MAY RELEASE THE FOLLOWNG INFORMATIONTO ($74)0 Per Bottle *- $80.00 Per Case) .

what Is done elsewhere,.effects what Is to be done In THE PRESS' IMMEDIATELY QUOTE NONHOUSING -j v r T Kentucky Tavern ,,i; Old Grandad -

I this locality. We do not produce the building materials we CONSTRICTION: MUST STILL BE AUTHORIZED : / CARTOON
t use, so they flow to this locality from elsewhere. ', KUJHC; CIVILIAN PRODUCTIQN ADMINISTRATION I 7g Old Forrester Old Fitzgeraldw ,


to apply for permit to,Federal Housing Administration, MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT CONTROLS HAVE BEEN ; tOTCHttle

II City l Hall Building, Coral Cables, Florida. Write them for the RELAXED OR REVOKED IN RECENT 'WEEKS, THE : 4 /r$8.. ( er > $95.00 Per Case) SERIAL
forms and Information relative to your project, Veteran and BASIC LIMITATION\ ORDER 'ON NON-RESIDENTIAL.' CHAPTER NO. 11"SECRET
I civilians alike come under the law Veteran will be fivers ..CONSTRUCTION IS BEING CONTINUED FOR SOME 1 p, Ballantine Matria'* WO
priority for materials Civilians do not obtain priority on materials. 'MONTHS$ IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRESIDENT ,TRU- Teacher inr William
It your living quarters are In conjunction with a business MANS HOUSING STATEMENT,

I', ,I or afore> application for permit shall be made to Civilian ,' THIS MEANS THAT IT IS ILLEGAL TO START CON ,, Gilbert'. Spe Hig mid Queen SUNDAYMONDAY

z I '. Production Administration as stated hereafter Permit Issuedto i STRLTTIOV ON A STORE, A SERVICE STATION:A + .V Johnny We (Red)' John Begrt,
be for owners JANUARY
those other than veterans, the house must : FACTORY, A SCHOOL OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL\ ,
year around occupancy and come under the restricted housing INDUSTRIAL' OR INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE (EX., Also John Jameson &: Son m. inky $5.44
y program, as amended. Veterans are required to furnish photo. i I CEPT FOR CERTAIN SMALL JOB EXEMPTIONS) CanadianCOMPLETE CI $5.74 BARBARA STAN WICK

\ Mat copy of their discharge papers, a copy of the Deed to the WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION, FROM CPA; THE LINE o'TOMMY'S /BLENDED WHISKIES YANHEFUNUzoktk

property, on which they expect to build I AGENCY WARNED THAT, BACKED UP BY THE PRESIDENTS .
flJ <1bi Commercial and other projects, public or private; application SCOTT
} shall be made to Civilian production Administration. ORDER \HP-1 VIGOROUSLY. .
Mr,Earl Robbins District Director,25 N.E.: Third Street, Miami Nil
: s: Florida. Write them for the forms and Information required ALL BUILDERS SHOULD CHECK WITH THE

If I Y' to be fUrnished. Or you may call on Bert D. Keek, Member of !CPA OFFICE! THEY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT! nM"r / I
t, f General Advisory Construction Committee, Krueger Building, -
\.l Stuart.. Florida for the blank forms and obtain Information !CONSTRUCTION'; PROJECTSIMILARLY ALL. HOUSE1 1
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of discharge
\ 'j Veterans are required to furnish photostat copy)
I ii : and photostat copy of recorded title to the land on ;T1IORI7ED UNDER VHP-1. NO CONSTRUCTION OF I
[ papers
'. ,,/ which to build.Commercial submitted I, > MAY RESTARTED WITHOUT APPROVAL,) TRAVEL
with hall be : '
Projects living quarters A.I
to CJA When you have filled out your applications and "BOUNTIFUL LA
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furnished all data mall' to CPA: office in Miami at above I
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flee force, has charge of all commercial and ether projects i TUB S. WED,
l Federal Government ha caused to be appointed a "OEN- FOR 1101( :MM, PROJECTS/ WHICH MAY BE APPROV at .''
selected from. the Greater
of nine (181) men ,
; Area composed, of which three ((2r men are representatives of the three THE: ( (OWH) fcllON) OF HOUSES ALREADY STARTED, a f'g pInej hier.and-ham

f ti' largest dally-paper. members selected, one each from the following cities STF:M NON OPERATING': UNDER PRIORITIES REGULATION 1-hl(1
Ten <10
"" counties Cocoa Coral Gables Fort Lauderdale, : ::.1 t FOR THOSE': BUILDERS WHO HAVE AU
In sutlylnii ;
West, Stuart VeroBeiwh 'READY: W-CI'IVlm;(' : : ) AUTHORIZATION WITH RATINGS.
Homestead Key
Fort Pierce,
I t' Fort Myers, Beach. All application are sent in lo ''AIL ('I'A l REGULATIONS ARE: BEING REVIEWED IN
J'' and West where they are placed in shape until all UuUas [I THE: LIGHT)(; OF' THE NF;W HOUSING PROGRAM, AND
the CPA. office, The applications SOME AMENDMENTS"'; > [; MAY SOON BE MADE IN CON-'
I to project submitted are in proper farm
ed the C.P.A, offices, and the applications Ir'ORMAMK: WITH THE PRESIDENTS ANNOUNCED NEWA. ,
there analy by
are submitted to the District General\ [ POLICY END: QUOTE YOU MAY WISH TO INSERT 0 B
: with the analyst report Committee Wednesday of each wee.li !1 yom NAME WHEREVER REFERENCE IS MADE TO r IEMg
': .t Advisory all I applicationsThe : 'CPA.. / r
and Committee they pass on composed of 19 men, requiring a majority vote I (SIGNED; ) FRED SINCLAIR DEPUTY >DIRECTOR mcE1'< ; .ill M01I
or reject any
j of all present to approve : OPERATIONSSIGNS, ( ; STONE
\ bm vote on all projectsThe
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has been drawn from varioUS 1--- ARIIKto
,I membership of the committee E
walks of life, profesMons and business Some are World rp.VlA' A COlllpE

War One and World War Two veterans, E IlllrEt//
The. members of the Advisory Committee serve without compensatlon -! t C11111II
1 .
they are reimbursed for traveling expensesThe 'l IIEs 1111
e officer of CJ-A. and Advisory Committee try' to be fair plfEl'tSTae.SIMiTCH
6eclflse It' 9
applicant, regardless of the applicants 'g' e
and'unbiased with every
i I sphere of Influence CHAS., OX : ( us os)
Member of the Advisory Committee, In any county may assist s.wreWe
>Infonua- .,... ,. powI CUED ..wiN
1 an' applicant, If they are called upon In furnishing Neat to A ft Stl .w n .u., H If' ,assron M O"
Individual .N. M M1M. l r Maua
and uMeMCTf urw
j lion but are not required to fill out application o.w ,1 *..wwvrwrnlw. 'rrr wcw smoeo a... t aeu tww..w.1
:\ members cannot promise approval In Miami of any office project, they are then ; PHONE TO3-M ld.TGrr. WITH ...-.CI COMPONENTS narr.e MIIIH N Ior 4
passed on .
/0 After applications .. be t ewe d. then to the head .. ass.eM .dr ttA illfll s L fl1SPORTL
rev --
Atlanta w
sent to the I '_ .._
? j WA. office In Washington, D. C forUM lInal approvaL Strict -"-- ------ -- --- -- That extra power in Sinclair H-C Gttokfatu* directly from the war-time

have been let 1IP In the Federal taw to be followed by n development of 100-octioe aviation file New Snkalr H-C it power-packed

Ibm regional office. In Judging the eligibility law.of the applicant :l with the Mine component wedto nffk* the"nJgB LlOO-octane fuel for 7
1 the criteria sea up by the HUTTO
Every to-come:' project.within that has Government Approval .fa required to i '. fight" plane,. f t "h.ONG OTS"

rI +; MMUt approval.sign,, on the site of the project the same, The a. Ad-th.rtXFORCING I .t You'll get better mileage with new Jbdair H-C:: too. It'* more > ujmical.

it I tJao1'1.Boards.Committee was elected for !service\ Radio and Appliance Co..' '.*well a* more powerfuL Fill ap wlyf Dew Sinclair H-C or new Sinclair Ethyl CARTOON
xntt The dutie* member. of withS today-ppwer-packed with IDO-ocultgawliii* components. WOLF"FOX
4(1)-> YMvl-ory Committee are not to enforce compliance "WICKEf

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law: NEWS

,Amone JIO.II1nJ LaW ean, the undertake t until u to any violate.other the law Veteran on the*Federal Emergency 8v& Electromode: EvetUfc re* Electric and, SINCLAIR! |.7.G KSILINE L '

"' I \ ';;:" Government ha therefore set up a separate de- : ,.5 ,.

t f' K ederal within C.P.A.namely the "Compllanc. Department"-. Economaster With tJtt Wljfcput Fan ,. I Ij. It i''D OPEN /

eowtructloiv of any projectw / '
wSSThMtnto to top t
authority \\j. ; fit..f.
through ignorance cr Estate Heatrola II H.at.r, fMac
I w taYeUftrttoe who Violation the law >IfW q T, ..Fri.6I4 .
therwts try to evade the law. B. 'D. F'UL'T.ON: ,AgentPHONE .: .
r ) punishment by fine or Imprisonment. COMPLETE LINE OF ELfltTRIC HOUSEHOLD : ,
for ,: ,
Hat.d! provides BERT D. BECK.t : 'p :M.
1 I,' ,
1'' .J. land to 315DEALERS. '
listing 8CfI.toe'.JOOd lure&114'' devote Albert L. Ha kettBookke.p .' Set t: and ,S'un.K .
h \III woOdtan4 to the growling ..ofIIIedor Tax'S.rv : CHASON, SERVICE STATION: L." C:CAMERON: ,,
art both eample..pyanageffient ._ '.- J" ;".5\...... FlerUe, :ladleAlemna. FUrtda. ,2t t4 PrVM. ;

d .- .. 'on tAl P. 0. 3.j 1111 a. Bt Rliy 204 OsceoU Ave '. ,', .' -Qff 4( &' r.tielBl. .'E. WAID' .< STECE'S MARKET H-Y .