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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 30, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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INFANTILE PARALYSIS! IN NATION j Meet With City Fathers .I111:,: \ .. 1 li'I14'Je.nuarl1 7'1"1 BENJAMIN 1'VISITING' STUART $10,000, 'I tll ".,

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Martin county law ,nfore.- \ \ < 1", ," :, ,' ". ., '" Ray Trullingger, rod and
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lent officer, headed by Sheriff COUNTY DOUBLES Stuart pastors and bar owners ((; \ ', "I, NATIVE OF IRAN editor of the :New York World-

)lck Hancock drive director, met at a special meeting of r Telegram. Mrs. Trullinger, and

md Joined by city officers and II the Stuart city: commission Raymond Camp rod and gun PLANS ARE LAID
he State Highway Patrol ;took 1946 QUOTA FOR Thursday night to discuss a proposed TO SPEAK HERE editor of the New York, Times,

,ver the campaign ben to raise ordinance for Sunday ,, ere guest\ at the Pelican Hotel:' __ 1
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undi .to stamp out infantilesralysls of ban The sportsmen are a ,
closing all; Dear Mr. facts making Kickllter .
, In the nation and have STATE SOCIETY I Announces I Chairman Prophetic j
The Rev Phil Maxwell, Baptist Johnwick Outstanding hunting and fishing survey that
Most Successful Year
Aped the national record Program for has taken them down,the coast : 't
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pastor, and, the Rev. W. OAldrldge in '
Thank for a In Chamber's
courtey ending M
the drive will -tun your copy History I
Although I Methodist pastor, represented Rotary Club of Texas Into Mexico, around the I .
,ver into the first week In Feb- $747.94 Given Homeless the Ministerial Gulf coast, down the west coast I --- 'I
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uary and return are Incomplete Children.. Quota II Alliance In requesting the meeting of the 1947 "riching Cold*. It was moit The Stuart Rotary ClobWUl 01 Florida through the keys, and Martin County's Chamber of I
Commerce drive went over the 1
,nd unofficial Sheriff Hancock Was $300 I to discuss the Issue with the I I hear a distinguished speaker up to a stop at Stuart. They have'' ; (
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$7.000 today Chairman L C
aid today, ."\Ve are aiming at businessmen Although each thoughtful of you"and I earnestly hop I hall next Wednesday u.h PeraS.Benjamin I II been out for sails, while here. KrckHter declared his satisfaction i(\ ,
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i goal of $S,000 and haY reasons j Martin county more than presented its side of the the flub on and will Incorporate Stuart's I
group with the results thus far a-
o believe our final return win doubled the 1844 quota of $300 Russia and the Middles East. fishing accommodations Into j i
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Question a argument hare the fortune to, u,. frequently during I chleved i I \
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It that total. requested by the Children'sHome'Soclety I spirit of friendliness pervaded I I Benjamin is a native or Iran and stories for their New York' papers I I
wpulation In the county, theIfr of Florida, according and ended a compromise Is well acquainted with the situ The two editors will return "The united eflorts or all our 4!

capita record of nearly tlper to a report from Marcus I agreement that the ban would the coning year ation there and the background to New York to cover the National 'I drive teams has brought us this 'I ;; ,
la considered a challenge I far" Mr, Kk kilter aid. and we I
person Fagg (superintendent, who la continue under the present ache of today problems Sportsmen Show at I t
of other i are going over the top The $ .-
to the thousand known "Daddy" thousands S1noertll. Grand Central Palace Feb
a* by dule during the tourist season; i He was educated In the native : 15-23'1 I
would consider 000 goal for this year is ndV deftnltely '
lountlei who of orphaned arid homeless chil-
would begin the Sunday closing schools of Iran and later attended I i
their drive return 100'per cent dren In the state I 1 In sight We are going to l
In and continue through an American college there
U May I have> to keep plugging but I am I III Ii ,
-and fat above average- LOU HILL FOSTER
I Calling attention' to the high Dec. 15, and then begin a 4V4- -1J7 I During his college days he became the
heir March of Dime drive net. definitely encouraged by I
cost of food and clothing for !month open period. acquainted with many influential Ia'rI
that been made and
t tt a llHentpereapltatotaL i the dependent tots, Fagg reported Mohammedans, Including progress NS
The bar Owners complaint of i
believe this will be the
Ocean[ Breeze Camp '' that an operating deficit had I|I,loss of business by closing one I nobility. He knows the NAMED DIRECTOR ; year in the his..ory>i of our blest+
been out by the acter of the. people and
Caralral wiped generous
Stage I. i day! a week was answered by the Char-I ber of Commerce. We are all
Hoke chairman for donation In the 'annual drive with the statement that titudes toward the .
Harry pastors: : working together on the big lob 1.14
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However, ,he stated, there Is I lions.I .
Jensen Beach on the county I other businessmen operate only Mr. B. B. IIr eitt' of building a community The l'I 1
committee of the Infantile practically no reserve for future six days a week even though I Mr. Benjamin who winters In
standing P. 0. Box 102", 1 I I II i I results we net are dependent en I
Paralysis Foundation, use, and food,Wo thing and :they sell goods essential! to.the Stuart, 'l0r14aCONCERT Palm Beach, Is a rug Importer,I I County Teachers' AttendDistrict :, tlrely on the citizens of{ Martin
the biggest event to date cash are always needed at the and Is a member of the Cincinnati I i I
staged pUblic. ;1 I Meeting In West !i County, and this organized ef ton I
when the 1,200 guest In his several receiving. homes through- I The businessmen I Rotary club. He has spokento Palm Beach to enlist all ot them: In the Chamber -

Ocean Breese Trailer camp ;Join cut Florida that the winter visitors! expected the Rotary clubs of Fort Lauderdale : of Commerce will be reflected -
carnival Total receipts from this coun- I \ PROGRAM OF HIGH SCHOOL BAND and West Palm Beach Mrs Lou Hill Foster, MartinI
ed forces for a.2-day service on Sunday and that city f I In a more unified effort! at
and weekend aeries of benefit ty were $747.94. A breakdown of owed !them the accommodation'' 3 p. m. Sunday Feb. 9, In BandSh'ell', where he was acclaimed as an I County school supervisor and '! building for the future;'

final return have'not been the total by communities shows of open bars on the Sabbath to i t outstanding guest speaker A full I textbook manager, was elected |Previously acknowledged.$ ,b56.5ft
reported. However the midwinter that Stuart sent In 1387.57 cash which !the minister replied that, A Mighty Fortress Is Our God Luther attendance 1s urged by Erwin a director of the CoastalGladesEducation I I MacDonald. John Q 12 ,

charity event was planned to and $10 In commodities on a on the other hand, number of Thumb Up. U. S. A. King Johnwick, program, chairman, Association, District I Greene's Dry Goods Co Inc 25 P+ i iI

cover quota for the Red Crocs quota of '185; Jensen Beach contributed tourist had expressed shock Aurora Overture. Yoder who Is responsible for bringing 10, FEA Tuesday at the district I Christmas, J. D, 25 I 't I

and hospital drives, along with ,$202 on a $35 quota that the "saloons, were wide Salut D'Amour .. Elgar this distinguished visitor to the meeting In West Palm Beach 1, Stuart Time Center 18 {,

the polio campaign. More-than Kobe Sound $82 on a $50 quota: open" on the day set aside for Military Escert .' Bennett Stuart club.NORTHERN. All Martin County teachers attended [Kelt Herman Jr 25 Ii

a,000 was taken In said a committee Palm City, $30 on a .$10 quota; worship TM;city officials expressed Sweet Old Songs . Henneberg -- ---"-" the session Highlight of iColeman's Home, & Auto, I,( f /

will meet to decide a dlvi Salerno $26.SO on a $10 quota; wUllnsne4a to abide by Pavanne .. ". + + *. .Gould YACHTS the day was an address,by Miss Supply 'Store ,?J 25 1
daft offind*"'tut -thrvarious Indlantown $34.91'on't 'It quota. tfle agreement of the 'representatives Strike Up The Band. .' *. *.""*."*,*, J'*- Gershwin VISIT DOCKS OF Mary jltus, president of the National -1 Mrs. K O Leunnrd .":. 1t1 l
and Port Bewail 15 a $10 Processional March .. +: Nessler MARINE SERVICE CO. Classroom Teachers' Association I Ii
:Agencies, It was stated. on, of both groups/ Talon Sundries .".'.-._... 12.5 ,
Officers laviU Public quota .. _. The Star-Spangled Banner Other speakers were 1 Thelu John H. 10
Te Sanday Barbecue Mr and Mrs. Oscar Thompsonand Mrs Eunah Holden, president of Davey Dr Matter F. 25 ii r

The next big event 1* let for BAND TO WEAR Webb L. Johnson, a D. Mc- family of Atlanta are mak- PEA, James 8 Richards, execu- Fogt Dr. C. M. 25 I '

Sunday when the officer will PHILLIPS' SAIL ANNUAL DRIVE Quade H. W. Klelfeld. Earl Till- ing winter headquarters at Stu- tive secretary of TEA, and Dr. Marshal, pavld .., ,.. 12 1
man, A. A. Hendry,William King, art Marine Service Co docks J Broward Culpepper director ChLsholm CUM HI') ti
pity! host to an anticipated 1,000 '
guests at a benefit barbecue at NEW UNIFORMSIN Paul D Combs, Ed Mapp O D. where their boat, The Marcia, of educational research at flor- Palm Beach TJpcwrller Co, lit' !

LEADS TOURNEY FOR HOSPITAL Hattaway. 1* tied UP.Expected. ida State College for Women Schoonmaker 8. O 10
5> P m. at the log cabin Sunday ,
U the yacht, who led the high school discus (' tYI
soon Kraft, H B. 100 ,
afternoon Sheriff Hancock reported -
this morning that 1,300 1947 CONTEST STARTS l' STUART MUSICIANS Saga owned by Charles Paysonof j sionCounty Kanner, A OiNey 18I I '

tickets at $1.10 each hare al- John,H. Phillip of 1624 Un- FEB. 1 PARTICIPATE IN4COUNTY I Mew\ York and Portland, who state and national I Dr. W x 25 tt i j'' a

\ready been sold by his commit derwood Ave., Huntington, W. I> ,. MUSICALBand will winter at his home In Hobe officers of the Classroom Teach Maxwell. Pull" r j (I ,'d ; I

tee. As the cattlemen' of the Va. landed an 8-foot JVi\ Inch The long awaited, new uniform --'-' members who took part I Sound W. Connelly of Cleveland ers' associations, and guest Parker, Dr. J, D. 50 j I' '

count; are donating beef and sailfish.here 24, to *' were eagerly received by Miss Mary Shackelf ord was ap- in at came through recently ou his cpeakers were honored at a reception : McCormick W H 10 -
the annual music clinic
pork lor the feed and the officer take the ddr:1: : Sailfish band member this month |pointed chairman of the annual fort Pierce Monday were Marcia I new 71 foot Mathis house boat I given by the Palm Beach |Green Gm.W 12 'r 1 1I
fund-raising campaign for Martin -! of the most County association at the Nor- ,
Club si 19t.'Toumameni. The Silver Swan one A friend' 10 '
consists a'
of well-
plan to donate the labor for "the suit McPherson, Rita Taube, Mary I
County ;Hospital Monday: I beautiful boats to touch Stuart ton Art Galleries at the close of I ly '
Stuart Marine Service
who I 11 associated with hat witha
mUlng 800 pound of cabbage Phillips, tailored blue coat and 'i Coleman, Wayne Wells Janice i '
evening a joint session of the this i the business sessions! MartinI
into cole slaw the sheriff hopes the Foster-Thomberg HardwareCo white citation cord and white Arbogast Dorothy Clonts, Emily season Co Ine 25 ,
!Board of Director* and Women'sAuxWarx. : I county representatives who attended 'I .
I Jack Coleman I 12:! 50
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that arrived here with colored -? -
12,200 will be velvet cash: of Huntington, web belt a gold Morrison Joan Comb. Dee Law 1 P'
(. The Auxiliary\ will : STUART'TIGERS CLIP were Don Romanello. \ill. Capt Room E. 211I y 1 1a
to be used entirely for the prevention 'last Wednesday on a Florida vacation metal buckle. Lyric-shaped Insignia and George Rltch They Joined '
conduct the drive, scheduled to Webb, vice i
and treatment of the: with his brother, T. Clinton ,ornate the, hat and a band student from Vero Beach, I MELBOURNE 26-25 ( president; Harry Electric Service &: ii 11
the begin Feb, 1 and end with a tag LOST TO VERO, 26-24 president; Jack' Smouse, public Repair CoKing 12.50: I i
c dreaded emblem designates
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crippling of the children Phillipss.Accompanied Fort Pierce, Okeechobee and I 1
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day Feb. ,22. Miss Shackelford relations chairman, Miss Edith I '
Robert W 25 fj 1'
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of the nation. by their wives, wearer a member the Melbourne In an all-day rehearsal ,
I band.. [will announce her campaign or The Vero Beach Indians rallied .: Glenn social committeeman T)'son. Lon 4I 11
Assisting
the director throughout went out Friday with session terminating In I. '
the
men ganisation a* lOOn a* completed.' In the last minute ,of a and Mrs Franklin Jones handy.Pantry 15r il'4 ?'
the county are ,his office Capt.Ford Carter of the "Buckat The uniforms arrived too late a concert at the high school i : I fl
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deputy,, Mr*. M, R. McCord; i.I .I >" The Lighthouse dock, for the Orange Bowl festival I Prior to the Joint'session, the II auditorium, part of which was hard-fought basketball game I BAPflST CHURCH Ashley, Earl 10 k
the local courtto
> Johnson, Stuart chairman; ._ee big fish took an' hour to however toot 28 suits Walt} begin :Women Auxiliary In Its regu-' broadcast by WIRA.Approximately Tuesday night on : BEGINS REVIVAL r Belcher 011 Co 25 ,} 'ri
heard final nose out Stuart Tiger 26-24. ..1 '
,1a< monthly meeting, Brown B D toI
Deputy R. B. Spinney. Jensen land. T. Clinton Phillips landeda service when the Band wears U young musicians
i ia. reports from retiring officer Ed Howard sparked the local The First Baptlsl.church will Decker. IraFreeman 25 j
Beech; Deputies, ,Newt Chase, 6foot.Inch sail. them to the state contest In 'combined make the I ,, eI
t. 0. Sharp Marvin Crow, Joe Sebrlng March 21 22. School Mr L.. C. Kickllter turned the' clinic a success Directors hardwood crew with 11 points present Dr Wiley D Ogletree of I Joseph 10 ,M ,
mountedby present
food, Tom Oardner; Jailer' Both tall 'are being bands from the following coun- i gavel l over,to the 1947 president,1 were J. B. O'Neal of Fort while Calhoun and Coe took scoring I Birmingham to Stuart for a 12- : Mlnnehan, Mr and Mrs R L : '
Al Pflueger of,Miami,, Mrs Carroll DunscOmbe, Thegroup honors for the winners with day revival meeting beginning Fox. BenSunrUe -- I '
George, Leeman, City Manager ties will participate. in this festival Pletce, who organized and 'directed I bi
t. R. Cline of Concord,' N. C,t Voted to postpone Its 8 points each Feb and continuing through I Inn Andrew '
r. 10
B. Runt; city Police, Roy CHw :.: i, Hendry, 'Lee, Charlotte the clinic; R. E Lee of I I n. '
and Night! ,Patrolman A.: caught a 70-lb. sailflah, length Olades. Sarasota,. Manatee. De- membership drive tfntll later In, Vero.Beach, Wendell Waters of I Last Friday night the local I Feb 21 Services wll t be held D Bcrkey 100 ho
l-feet, J-lnche. from the "Roar- I !, Saturday at 9 a, Altar Co. 25 i {
I. Qrlner Highway Patrolman Soto, Hardee, Highlands Okee- tJ1e yearLINEUP Stuart M. O. Kent of Okeechobee quintet took tlp-and-tuck. fray daily except Creamery y Ie'
Warren Sutton purchased the big Forty with Cant, Dave Martin chobee, Indian River., St. Lucie, I and Dorothy Parker of Mel- trom Melbourne 28-25, also In ''m. and '7:30: p. m. Brewer, E Gordon 10 {h I

lint ticket Andy Talma1 chef Sunday, entering the big sail and Martin. r FOR DRIVE, bourne, Stuarts! gym Ed!: Howard was The pastor, Phil Maxwell said I Cheek R. W. 50. r//

ill\ barbecue the meat Manager \In the weight division, .where It {Judges will be John Heney, FOR SCHOOL BAND I The Stuart Band provided a high-point man.for the Tigers, : that Dr. Ogletree Is an outstanding alford. F. A. lll' '' '
Books : I* )leading. ,I end McNlchola was outstandingfor : minister and speaker and PIglly-Wlggly Store '
of the Howard Fertiliser Deland, Otto Kraushaar, Lake ANNOUNCED TODAY' short program of lively marchesfor 111 t-e j
Co at Indlantown bad donated Elmer Graham of Stuart Auto Wales; Al Wright. Miami, and the March of Dimes carnivalat \the visiting Bulldogs I, that the church Is moat fortunate Wynn k Lovett 01'00. Co 60St I'sR

a i cord of oak wood,'delivered by Camp entered a U lb., 6-ounce Robert Lamp), Pahokee The the Ocean Breeze trailer camp In obtaining his services toy I Lurie Hotel 100 t {

*men to the barbecue ground grouper district chairman Is P. J. Oustat, The line-up of volunteer worker *I Tuesday night STATE DIRECTORTO I enrich the spiritual life of the ; Lester Andy 100 f rif a t
uOaaUma School Freak catch of the week was Of; Sebrlng who will assist In the fundraising ___ CONDUCT STUDY i community. The public is invited Higbee &: Wortham 25 }

b,orte. 1M Pet Cent a 15-pound alligator gar taken drive for the school: band VISITORS REPORT to all the services: I IfTHE Hale Frank 12.SU t'e ,

'!'be Indiantown'leb oi chllwa -! from the South Fork on plug PALM CITY CLUB TO ha been completed and was an-, NICE CATCHES WITH 1'' Miss Elizabeth!: Province of France Apts 50 s: 6

were \the first to report 100 casting tackle by A. Sverdllk of HAVE, DEMONSTRATIONThe nounced today by Mr*. Marvin, CAPT., BILL FRAZIER 1 Jacksonville f hate director of "WEATHERINCHES (! Lighthouse Restaurant 5t1I f

PIt eeo collection, meaning 810 Fifth Aver:N Y. H. Rowell drive chairman' The' -- I Baptist young people work will \ I Horseshore Bar SOI ,h'Ricou
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that every Child brought in a Palm City Women's Club money will be used to buy new .Winter visitor*, reported nice conduct a one-day study course I....eI.11..0.p.U.t H' Wn.Mr, ,_Vim 0'. "....r.. Earl II I h
""day tard filled with dime, BLUE GOOSE GIVES held Iii regular meeting Thursday instruments, additional uniform 'Batches this week aboard the at the First Baptist church Monday I tIt, H.II Jlt..rI7..rw.iron Penney W. O. 10

raeit. total was $2740. Hobs FOLIO BENEFITThe I Jan 23, in the church parlor *, music and other supplies [ Mermaid with Capt Bill Frazier.Sunday's Feb. S. The session begins =r::::. a..ai.r.Jan. oloa :..: I stuart Hotel _' 50 d

*w* school collected $84.60 to"J Blue Goose popular nightspot' Mrs.; ,Leona Smith gave a for the music department ofthe party to the Oulf| at 10 a. m. In the church auditorium iiJ.n Bauer, Arnold M. 10

... .. Jensen. Beach .school.Tj" on the north Federal highway most Informative and Interesting county. high school.. Stream Included B. C. Dawes, :with a covered dish :: :: at I Boxwril Ed II I {

1 ,Shark Industrie em-' ) will charge admission fee talk on 'Science and Ane The committee I* made up of Jr* of Cincinnati, and Frederick luncheon In the annex at noon. II II .OJ'a aK.fJw Roger's Bakery Inc. .14 e

Plnoet. >>1.00; The Jensen tonight, present Magician Harrington mia1. Mr*. rannle Jackson,Mr*. Dewey O, Pullman of Lake Forest, HI, Mrs Wilson\ McClure I 11 lunch 5..,.. eN IT 45 re 55J. en. Everglades Pharmacy 5I

a*' a special entertainment The Club voted to start spadework Hayes, Mrs Berman Relta, Mr*. who landed two billed beautiesto eon chairman, Mis Province I... es .11 51 Packer DisplayS Inc. 12 '

JW:: tonal D Uie..flncoomye4ts1 feature along with special on procuring an elementary Arthur Clonts, Mr*. B. D. Fulton, win sailfish awards from the will discuss the book "Of One" RAINFALL I

> Woo. music with all proceed to go to school: to be erected on the. Mrs. Fred L. Ball, Mr*. Leslie local club. by T, B., Maston, a study o) 5.,. e/ .. .leTHE Total! to date U75.50 t
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the March of Dime school site already owned by Bartlett Mrs. Hubert Clements, Sue B. Oantt of Somerset Christian principle and race .. ---r----" EPISCOPAL- 4CIIURCI0

IUrnn!! UGHT FEATURED The manager, Oeorge.Casper, palm City. A committee was Mrs. Arthur' Dehon, Mr*. J. C. Chevy .Chase Md. and Frieda relation The day program ST. SIARY'S '

Jupiter Ught,'a Mght familiar will be $Joined by Seymour Gideon appointed to'obtain a complete Anthony Jr. Mr Alfreda Ho- Kenyon of Washington, D. ,C wasVranged by Mrs. Pall Maxwell TIDES 8PONSQRS' MOVIE

atAy HEWS ,...ra11 feat who will take his regular list of eligible Palm CltthUd- garth. Mrs. George Keith Mr*. landed five,salls and a: cobla ; mission study chairman of Pa& O'Brien' In Lyric-Crack.U
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will be shown at the
-'In four-color photoressayek musical aggregation to the Blue ren. It was also voted to have Harri* Lowery. ir. Mrs K., D. Tuesday, the Baptist. WMS '
last wtH' lara Goose to furnish, musk lot a woman's 'House and a Wells, Mrs. O L. Idenfleld. Mrs. J.: W. Armstrong brought a Hl.h.n4 .few ..l;' (....*l- Lori .hiU tre Tuesday and Wednesday,
The of l .' Mrs. Karl: Tlll- from Miami Beach for a CITRUS LEAGUE MEETING Ie..a dlM .i.f':: .d.r4 Ttoi.. Feb 4 and 0, sponsored! by St
Pletu. wM: token dancing.fSMTRIZI. committee was appointed to Investigate T, K. Chamber, party FOT. Smll'. '. : kxtfM a1 .>.
Iotogrlipp.r' slot. T \the possibilities.of this man, Mrs H. U. Saunders, Mrs. day la local water and'' regis Member of, the Indian River (of kick' .*>4 S ....... *l Bbntw Mary's Episcopal: church. Miss
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I'. u,,4 IIeteanber Dave OFFKUD project, ,, C.: F. Hancock Mr*,. f. X. Rue tered six .salla ,for .the ,.day'ssport Citrus, League, Ine..will meet at L Alice Dehon is general chairman

::- Mopped on,their 'recent A contest: 10 ,name; the east All the ,women In and around L. C. Kteklltet.T-T. Oughtenori, Quest were" Charles D.' the'Vero Beach court house vn '110', II .ItMk. i-l, 10.5.5.'t,:. and ha ticket for sale at the hf

along. The Atlanta coastal highway of Florida,with palm City are urged to becomeWoman's Otto J. Matooeek Marvin H'. Prosser .f Plttman; X: J, L J,' Tuesday, February at T p m. i 550 m:, 505 1en4 Dehon Bldgnckets: must be..

1. which began at 0IIalI. Ute winner to receive $600 was Club members to advance Powell A.tP. Krueger John"" aWenninger Steward, Swedesboro, K. J, Wiltttat to elect director; and to conalderoU1er I I pso.* ">ir srt. 455 In, .... .J4da airs llwf.-. purchased from the church comjivlttee >'

1Iain UI4 took {.ices t9' .. announced today by director of the drtc improvement* D; 8.:Hudeoh,,Bernard K Crowley of Philadelphia' buslnts Wt I. Fee of for ,, .. 4 ,I'j. ,..*..s 1r Itn"_ '" n.IMI.. before noon Tuesday for,
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....' the 1 Bart Coast, B hway* Assoclattoo needed 14. our community poker. Fred t Rue.|p..dI a; and Milton. Kill. .of Miami! Beach.. Pierce; is executive Hcretary l r>*... s. 545 ICs. ape the church, benefit. h
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;;;; GOLD BUrTON GOES I observance "of National .Kiwanis LIKE"Th*A eMy4wiit MAM'S ,NEST. are 9, wee .lag he 'mm apes! .I i

Ten Year Conservation' Program TO C. P, WICKERSHAMC 1.day, Brownlle sketched: the his] : eatrsnccd by all k* taw on I estl"i k

Desk Pen Sets f Wtckenham of torj{ 01'the organization from the farm On, an exploring !

I SHEAFFFR JET CRYSTAL BASES Outlined By State FederationA Wash winter guest at Yahlma'j January, ,1515, when a small espeaUtM early la the ......- !

'"" art hotel won the group of businessmen In Detroit
-J' : .
Life-time Guarantiee Pen
sallflsA button when he I
Tuesday formed a club "to Improve business -
plan te rale $100.000 to protect sources.
I I landed 1-foot one-Inch beauty
an *1 "
: : $16.00 to $40.00 Florida's UDOOOOOOO wildlife I 10, To create more game preserves in the Dull Stream while fishing < relations with each rthtr,

resources. has been presented and to provide huntIng aboard the Opah with Capt to the present day "There are FUGATE and GREENLEE!
to the officers and directors grounds and game for .
Leon Carman. The sportsmencame now 1,350 clubs In the United

J Pocket Pen and Pencil Sets I of the Florida Wildlife Federa I all kinds of hunting for those I. her trom a six-week fishing States, Canada and Alaska, with
1 lion by Ralph O. Cooksey, at who abide by \the laws and vacation In other parts of 170000 members," he.said. Engineering>,> SunRymg, BliM rlat.SWART U

Sheaffer 'Petersburg. President of the rules of this State. Florida, and had tried his luck \ J
: ----- estimated ; ..th1rd
I Federation. Th plan, which Includes i In widely separated areas during It Is that EstionoVjSfbmitttxi on Request

't $8.00 to $23.50 enlarging the Federation Social News of the past few years. "I have of the timberland area Is ownedby
I' membership to SO 000 also outlines farmers and that one-half of
; found the best fishing of
t I my BOX 24 y
P. O
: the method by which the lifetime right here' he said the total annual cut ot southern k FLOW/},

r, money will be raised Stuart Cont'dSHOWER Mrs. Wickersham landed a a x- pin Is obtained from these farm

. : Pencil Sharpners i Committees will be formed In j foot two-lncher and their guest,, timberland holdings_.._ ., f. *l -
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I i eucji _county of Florida under [I HONORS Robert A. Bishop of Highland 'I
Desk Automatic tivl district Vice Presidents. MRS DON COLEMAN Park Mich. pulsed In a billed ,

{ $2.25 with proportionate Quotas of! Mrs Andrew Lester gave a i beauty measuring 7 feet two
: the general fund to raise Mass surprise baby shower Monday Inches Both won bronze button

'! meetings and money raising night for Mrs Don'Coleman. the awards. II For a .

drives will be staged In each I former Miss Virginia Crowe. Capt.'Carman was host Wed

File Folders county until entire-amount (gifts were dropped from the resday to T P Carson of Hartford I

"I,needed for the conservation I ceiling In a pink and blue un- Ky., a guest at the France Slimmer Silhouette

'r LEGAL and LETTER SIZE fight ahead is raised. |brella decorated with balloon!. apartment, who landed a 7-foot,i Longer, ,

I The outline of a plan( based The house was. decorated with t-Inch salt Mondays trophy

I Straight Cut, Half Cut, or Third Cut Tats I on a working period of ten years, I vart-colored flowers and roses went to J. O Barnard of Owens-

I I which can and will do what I were, used on the table. Home boro, Ky who registered at sail- C Chose' a 6

i many conservationists have been j movies of. local people were fish Club headquarters. with a

planning for even\ before the shown 7-foot, four-Incher. .
Steel Filing Cabinets war. follows: i Quests were Mrs Carl Nichols,1 j '
i Mrs Lacey Ortffln Mn Mary KIWANIANS HEAR
4 DRAWER, LEGAL OR LETTER SIZE 1. Stimulate and build a wild Griffin, Mrs. Ed Sands, Mr*. DISTRICT OFFICERS I :
life Federation with a membership )
With Or Without Locks !Charles Hall Mrs Olaf V, C. Brownlie. lieutenant governor -
of 60.000 or better
Mrs John Ortega, Mrs wUllams'1 I and Elton Hall past lieutenant -, ,ti't
made up of fishing hunting Your elasile Mart a Manning t
1 Complete Line of Office Furniture and Supplies Onge..Mrs. E.: Oattls. governor1', of Melbourne I
and conservation clubs from dress all prettied vvh two self '
up
!bert Bruner, Mrs A. Broderlck' spoke to Stuart Klwanlans at,
every part of the State of bows and soft Flowered yr
Mrs" Arthur Wllmot Mn Andy luncheon Friday at the Woman pleat
The Stuart News Florida; all working together Ondlch, Mr. Joe Woods, Mrs rayon Enka sheet a design '

j. to restoI'Florida's game Nan Hart, Miss Eleanor'Mahan. !club.Henry Kindred,. program exclusive with Martha \lannlng.

.i' fish and recreational advantages Mrs 1 L. Arnold Mrs. James!:chairman arranged the annual Cherry, navy or teal InbairtUesU'itoZZ'i. lusion"
and enjoy \the advantages -
OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENTPhone .
Black Mrs 8. Roden, Mrs Arthur
300 for years to come I Callen, Mrs Dlckerhoff Mrs. EdAnstls J LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT T,, Itjjj
1 A $100000 fund to conserve-
Mrs Rubin Ray Mrs Lee NOTICE:

and develop fish and game. Mounler, arid Mrs Marvin Crowe I -MartiCoutr, -, Fl-rU, Jsla.t ., #4, tn lWoman't .' ,
and to provide better recre- I I! """. .
I I Companion
-- --- home ,
ational facilities \throughout ,1. I ,
Mr. and Mrs.. L. L. Holden. El- I NOTICE! IS HERESY TIVEM .t
''l ._ tt .. ..
Florida uon .tIe. I of Cluplor I
dorado Heights had as week end I.oww., Aorlo.. Ado of 1117. k .
,, !I Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum 3.0 eductlonal plan informing -: guests Mr. Holden brother.in- u the II spiT ACT. tho roll I..
of the need of dwnb.d I 'rd MARTIN cur cvFWRIDA
and J our\ people law and sister, Mr. and Mrs J. ell : .C.-.d fee r .i.iruble ll
conservation: the recreational .. to, tho .I.b" oad .
? Asphalt Tile F oring Adams and Irma .te. ... .. ,
I R. daughter ; ..b bid. lu ,,,t. t',. n. lb
\ benefits and the enormous! Tr....... of 0 1..1. Ierov t
of Miami.
Fancy Deair *,Work far Specialty dollars and .cents returns '... 'to .., ..d all b/d.. tMC..tII.
"
( For RettauranrijyiaA Homes, Etc. 'I I'e ._ ,..I..t 1555 !LekA
possible their small Individual .. .f II eN
on. M. .b. HIND der
}r i f Will Install! Anywhere *i. For Estimates Writ I ./ R. D. Judson of 0541 0....... r ..m1.4.IIt$ _.
T Investment In this East Fifth\ St.- hid, a..guests _, roe ...d rlbt..4...., t 0 fr.S '
.1 Ids will .b. .. n04 fro.reel No. 1080
\ well planned conservationand Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Jack Keel- throarb whhb t .Is ... ..I.Il. ..... I
business development Trowson ... .. to off d.. UtI t. .-hlf. Rise<< to the of
Mrs. David and ways
J. BEL cr
N
.11 ,etnl.ad Ih.-t. h. at.has s
:f1 ; :".' I obJective. I, Frank Reynolds of East NorwalK l. -...... .wlll ....reedt youthful' flattery .' I

I Ocean Brene Park Jensen Beath, Fla. I 4. Make Florida known as theNation's Conn. The visitors were t 1.1"1 I .11,11. U. this frock of Bates "

t No. 1 Hunting\ and en route to Miami d51. U. t5. I t.. II .II Ii'r batiste Slimming
to se I,50. 51 II
.
Paradise. W
I Fishing are
e IUX"I p. CL& loon 001.f all-over' jungle
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biassed with Ideal climate; Mrs Erwin Johnwlck has returned 'r t.s TO a PALM.. /w\ \.AD, .. '. pattern i lea '
I over 30.000 fresh water lakes to her home in the f ; C.., a.N0.a F ass.Lot : I I'
St. Mary's Episcopal Church I streams river arid creeks, France Apartments' from Palm l design,exclusively 4
salt water bays. bayous dur-; II. 11.11' I M. 'e ...dto Mirth Manning's. ,
where been
Beach she has
BENEfIT ) aloeb 051 Loto 1, "' .. I, II
THEATRE I passes. the'lul(, and an I i Ing the Illness. ot her, mother j I '. t. e, U end .la. 1 r 155 African aqua, ?
PORT SALE=NO SPIN 0(11101 red '
daring or s.-k
ocean without end The
rd Tues., Feb. 4t Wed/Feb. 5th I glades and other natural Mrs. Homer a--Vivian I of.1 VISION t1 OP. III'LOTS'" M?H.A .E..., .5..C..I...t.. T.. jungle black. In S1se .

game refuges ..emltroplcalrrow.h. I I 1I..s.u. "Illusion" half
Donald arrlved'wedrelda .
Hartman ;
PAT O'BRIEN in CK UP' \ and beauty ,Unsur-. -jl .Lee. II ,a II'I... 111 51 Lot, iaeslttttoZt1EPARTMENT/.,.
morning from St. ,Leo 54 sat. 55 ahab. Idj; L ,. 55, I y

;, PURCHASE YOUR TICKET rO\'XilCE -DEHON passsd unnumbered., give Let us t'*advantages make use, College Preparatory School. for III.14.n..I1..d... If I ..... I 0. I. .o. toe II. t., } kt'I
ft/ .a week vacation with his parents 55 I.., Bleb. tii se Lot 1'", 'IOU ,
a Phone of f t..
these natural facilities It end If t. t I. MI
Mr. and Mrs R. W. Hartman
NEW MONROVIA A ,.5e4 n.5C.
thun Receives No" Credit It Tltlt I Is Furthasecl At Window and resource; give the' ... Leo 5 W.I II". ...41G
.
_. Las W.. at .I.., Inpa
benefits to our people sell 1 ?
i ; I ,.
-I- I. Pon 4s. I' N :... 5.. ...
them to the wdrldVnd there- Cot M. V Bennett 6t Culver $o/se. T. a. 555. II /41.I .

by profit. j Military Academy Culver Ind. w.M .r.T 4W'F .,: '''':: 1PI
71PARM5
and enlist I b 1 '
5 Work with the '
if the guest of his brother, Dr, 5'I. a ,.05.,0.. I > ,
BILL and cooperation and support of Woo SS Cbs;... or e.f
ANN'SI I C C Bennett. and Mrs. Bennett ..... 55 a If. U At..II.. NIor )
the State Chamber. Chambers i t
Hibiscus S.'I
i on Road. M.na. G..t Jss
I of Commerce, Junior 50. 40/4* eu.np,4 4"- 045 a in

"DINER"JENSEN Chambers, Civic Clubs Real NEW O KiARV'. LoU 04.1. Illrll.ct 1l Lot.to .' C Ile i
ty Boards, Women Clubs, FOR PUBLIC LIBRARY II. 11, II uVll l. ItHlork s..... +uelseepivsST
If Loll. 1 II IM,
BEACH Fraternal bodies and other Among a shipment I of new 5; RIO CT. LUCI' TLasA* l A0.ntTMN .

organizations of this Statein books which arrived this week at NO.a /D I r.'r' f.1..J. .

Formerly Hasty-Tasty Diner this $100000000 develop. Martin County library are the II.,CI_, .. 5/ f, T. I. 17 a.M. .

IS NOW Of EN ment or Industry, which will following: "The Angelic Aven-

j benefit every Interior and gers', Andre-el, 7'The Shore ur...pl.tt.dl 0th 154, I >,> of.l..wJ: ;'; .
FROM 8:00 A M UKTlf 12:00 MIDNIGHT coastal section of Florida. Dimly Seen", Arnalr, ; -Pavilllon Txa: NAC. ADI.. ION 50. 5..,5..
Ls I ILl CHI 0
loaf' iD I.PI I.
Every Day EJVft Mondays 6. Propogatt game and fish, of Women"', Pearl a Buck: *Thls 5. ..... t 0..II.. 17i4. AR.T
restock Side of Innocence" It .. 15 n ...7..plssTRURTERs 'r
LUNCHES\ND protect and develop Caldwell; :;..:: ,
PLATE DINNERS, such all over Florida using "The Swan Sang Once, Carle- ) 1
0" IIJ INTlr.RMA' IN.PRDVEMPNT
DELlJws .1 oar God-given supply to ton; "Dulcimer Street", Collins: J NO 0" TH&: OTAT
TASTY FOOD
,
build from, and importing 'How to Retire to Florida", or. PL5IDAAlCIemft a,1 .
HOME'' O D and developing other game Dusenbury) What to See and i Is,I..t e. POMIROY!: ; STORE .('
.A e.tta.tw L J rwd. 1I.,1i. O.sslr,
adaptable to our particularand Do In Florida"Beaton, 'In the
OUR SPECIALTIES! : Chili, memad Ries superb climate. Hands of, the Seneccas", Ed- '...p.-. It. IUI.I, Jlftiuirl PIEICL D. a i >' r 1.

iX{ A TRIAL WIL / ONVIN YOU 7. Aid In the training of conservation monds: "Mr Adam", Frank; !cur. I. .
_
officers properly Handing Builds His Dream

South Jensen on bid Dixie Highway fitting them for their workin House". Hodglns "Duchess 110IPU" \* ,.: ,,

FbR all its branches and mark '. Marshall;'Past AU Dis I I
WATCH OUR SIGN
ing possible compensation honor", McCain, "The Border 'I

Mr, anJ Mrs. W C Billheimer which will attract and hold .Lord".'Westcott, THE EA lEST WAY

men of experience knowl- ,
....... -- edge and Integrity. PIGMIES' OF AFRICA
I. Enforce "our conservation TOT BE SIIOWN SUNDAYThe -

l 1 laws: create new Jaws, andamend.present simple; primitive life;,.of ;
laws so that the Pigmies of Central: Africa TO RAY >YOUR. ] :''Y

FOR SALESmith's all will be in keeping with will be shown In a sound motion ..#, 3S.i"

conditions; provide sane picture at the Methodist church v : "

M just and proper protection Sunday at T:30 p. m. The pastor

for game lib and the Individual announced that this' one of several I.
A
PERSON CHECKING ACCQUNTis,
is modern
sportsman unusually Interesting Sunday /" a

Sundry Store 9. Closely work with the State evenings devoted to Religion -; ; : cost tis centa\ '
Oame and Fresh Water Fish In Moving Pictures .. ,;; 4 )onvenienc The exactly 10 on each check

Commlslson, the State Conservation The colored sound picture. ;< h writ '
ooM u no minimuin balance
> service
required
;it ;! no
IN Department, :the "Go Ye, will be shown Feb. I. : h ; ,

State Forestry Department, It Is a presentation of the Impact b : ch about
g 0 i worry at the end of the month.
.
the State Parks, and City'. of rtllglon, around,trie : 'r' e

POST OFrtCE/ ARCADE organizations, looking\ the world. The' life of the famous = \ .
JIIf"
betterment I of conditions missionary David Livingstone' >> ", T s' '
.
having do with our game will be shown on Feb. U It is a .. u N 2000; persons ,have"taken advantage of this

,and fish conservation, recreation full-length picture, made In IMS. :: nd lethod of
;. : : keeping their money't.the' Citizens
PAYING MJSINESS ,
A and the sane development and U a fine Interpretation of'

of our natural re- a great life and work. I .JI Bank Stuart '
., o on our PERSONAL CHECKING


r MARTIN COUNTY C COUNT\an. We will be glad to tell'you about i ii. it


11"i i A REAL OPPORTUNITY WELL\D/ILLERS ."....> .




:;, Information- t Ma' /. Be Had. By- Seeing-..... All NEW TypsWfcf JLlIPMENT Pumping -'. :i.-:" ; :Citi/ens, : ; Ba. :k ofSftaltMEMBER f ; i,


( Charles Ma/esac Jack Gipton .
"MR SMITH
318 E. Fourth'St. j X Garage Apt. j.
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TBJi SWART KSRTS 8TOART, Martin,County, I; OWDAt,THTOS&A, iiX. M, 1M7 >'AOBITFFl* ., -,
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SCOUT COUNCIL RANKS uiitiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii vldhg bf can Including a "can- CHURCH

HIGH m NA nON Home GRID TEAMS'TOPLAY orandteUTery! service: ot( au.tomobDe. ;

". ,- Red Cross I .. DIRECTORYMUST "LISTEN" to WIRA $$1:lP'

'th delegation 'ot'JodI Scout DemonstrationNotes SUNDAY I+

J leaden who attended the Quit BOO ATTEND PARTY BAPTIST 1400 ON YOUR DIAL /' I I
RallyBy til AkM so.... ,
Stream, Council meeting last GIVEN BY TOURIST I'
RBRPH4L MAXWIU. Pulse .
'
week In West Palm Beach heard Jenteyniiuuuiiuiuiiumiiniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiin II( By MISS LCCIUt INSCOE AND SAILFISH CLUB f i;: .. Id.y sthpl "MUSIC FOR LISTENING" 'J i' j' I ;
A. P: Patterson, council e Two teams of Martin county lies .. .. .....1.. Wo'ohip' *'
tive report,that this council la veteran gridders, plus any and The first of a aerie et yarHet 1.ill..lt P.p.......t>IMKlni../.. WonhtomlL"l"'lkt UoIo.... Sil5. to Si30 P. M. Tuesdays, t t

high In its rating M measured, Going to work this morning Florida rural and urban home aO alumni and high school ath- by the Stuart Tourist club and ...t.M.d. r 04 .a.r.h'. Presented by C. B. Arbogait fl, ,1.1 I '
by the national standard I we were.dl&fCssing! the time the iwners' have ornamental shrubs kUs-ror visiting pigskin push the Sailfish alub. given at the MW ( .hlld.a Mmff 'i I 1

Highest possible rating score Everglades were burning two from which to choose to beautify .ers-have divided! Into north, and Civic center Thursday night :*..':It siSir,. _,. 114, .wok ,raro -- "Crosby Singa"I) I i4
at IN per cent "No years ago For days a hot blue their home grounds, according south county aggregations with drew 500 guests, filling 400 chairs I ,
fixed j'1
Is
cOlin-I base hung over the the FIRST' BAPTIST Sill to 5i30 P. M. Wednesdays, ,
cil ha mad such sr sun was to Ralph Dickey, horticulturist Fourth at u the dividing line In auditorium and overtaxing ,

Patterson told Scout leaders that an aenemto red. Florida was 'hue with the Florida Agriculture Experiment 'to play a free-for-all benefit the capacity of the buildIng .. steal C, KAllB r..tat Presented by. Rowell Furniture CaT f '

gigantic smudge-pot, remindingone for an additional 100 Halt- 14... 51.401. SShSO(. I
their effort hod boosted Quit Station.: football game at t p. m Sundayfor 5 H. ,
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council to a position' of the heat waves that the polio fund. ,era (1,50 a ... Hor.A.5 Y..oe 0.0.1.0.hip.1.l ._... "CROSBY SINGS"e, t j I
Stream In suggesting shrubs for I p t
.
sometimes strike up north.: .. .. .. stole ........ / //1
about as high as any In the planting this seavon, Mr,.Dickey Co-Coaches Forest Fergusonand Salty Mallants Miami columnists ifrMifcy 5115 S(30( P. M. Fr'sfiy, ; I
Ma"reh. and ... .. ... ._ .. I
United State February April said "There-.ls a great deal of Harris Lowery Jr. have announced and radio feature, high, 1 11. pap .u. Presented Little Je Shopp. ',

His report cited the following art the danger months and the pleasure to be had from attraeJv the following divisionof lighted! the program discussing THt CHURCH: OF COOP byffhe jrlry I ""}1' ,

time to list rules for preserving )\ there Is the volunteers, b.ased on residence the value of publicity fos the R... W. r.rt Bran S.w.11. Puur
percentage: Cyb pack t\ percent borne; grounds and Februar\3rd :
Florida's natural beauty.L boundaries: Horth Hanson sport fishing this community 'eh.nh ft-kod 1* M.Mor.ine Starting \ a %rr.MondaandWed- '
Scouts, /*9; new Scouts, 74.; ale an Increase the real estate I WOT.HP. I tt .....t t' .
boys In camp, SJ; Scout tender- Extinguish an matches! andr value of such property; A recent and Norrts niton. Fred Relnk i'{Miami spends Ili.OOO on the ........ 5011 ,'M'rlda nesday 8145 to SiOoAA./rSl.: "Strictly Personal. '

foots SO; first Class Scouts, 88; cigarette butts before survey showed that a welt landscaped Blunt Oldeon Ralph Hartman, tournament and discover: that )l1.k. YI'K, tie Presented by Stuart HotjC La Point*'* Jewelry end ;:

new troops M; and training (0 throwing them away. place would sell for about Jr.. George Magoa Blllle'Smith, $200000 worth of publicity has .T.7.JOStriTS C........... CATHOLIC A..... Magdalena Maloney.jf j tj
The ICon for boy In camp, 2. Before burning brush, always 9 per cent more than one that John Osburn Lewis Gamble, I been gained by the down payment stv T. 10. GaAai. resat I III

In this council was note wind direction was bare, and that the landscaping Wilbur Ferguson,.Warren Snipes ," be said In urging supportof Mum 11'I. f ,,
high and
usually For complete up-tethe-mii' ewe of ,Stuart 1
a.1. .. .. .. ,
affected by the prevalence of and Intensity, and plan resulted |k' quicker?' sales,.* Pete Robertson, Leo Lazaor Walter the local efforts to attract Fiat, F.n...,., rf 5:55: ...k month. 1,00, .nC '
In "CalliHsr Martin
polio through last camping lea-r how to control the fire.I I A variety of Towering shrubs Rein, Ted Bumgatdner, jon I tourists to this section., "'lmio'i Sil..r4..r *.. A .. ..* I Martin. County$ne County"I, ti I (1,1,

son. Camping was called off for S. Know whom" call for help suitable for the different see Hartman and Sylvester Smith; i Harrington the Magician sup fill Ma*to*,I til at .NU. 101... Cluk "'..'j Ili30 to 1/-.45 Monday ThrouVb. SaturdayT I'' 1
'';' South Horace Arnold Milton of entertainmentand I. .. +
nearby and call for help on plied an hour
time. \
a brief ions of the state may be had Scfireckengoat Martin Rep.
G. County
time:A small fire may look and Davis, Dan McClure, Junior E. W. Dutton and Meal tptscoeL: I ,
used for foundation
plantIngs 120 W... nlr4 ......
ticAL AovmramtirrNOT1CI silly, but large fires are. ex- In groups, or as informal Wester. Runt Qrlttln Jim Tucker Bishop showed colored pictures ... Mwy.. i I[Phone 126WWaterfront ,
pensive. flowering hedges Bill Stanger, Bill Armor of sport fishing, Kenneth Stlav 1IV.'...a. M rENTON II.A, Mtaf |
'The Red Charles Hall Chink Stiller lack moll master of ceremoniesand s7,15 Nob '
Cross passed out five was t : :t'- \ ..
c--: In discussing the Individual 5,04 : CAurh lo:
Until. FL.4dri JwMMr SO rules one for each finger of one I Hartman, Deaver Storer. Mac the Tourist e1\1b served re- 11 s0 A. M,. '1.., ......, Ia..ale ....''h. '
I"' hand, but not has five plantings, Mr. Dickey said that I Blunders, Clifford Johnson J. freshmenta at the social hour at Hay (.........
Korici H BIltZII\"' circle TAT' everyone the bottlebrushes which produce MMr. tle...,. Ha..In. P...... j
......t' .. Inlin II tl Cbwur 11011 fingers so I we condensed themto I W Tucker and Paul Hardwick. the close of the .program. 7;1' P. M. 7,0. Pk'. .w.' ...
1... "". W OM BUU *1 rinrld*. three. aright red, brush-like spike In I ALL sAINTS ,I' '
IA wish wMriM .< ill M>rUkta. hibiscus of nrkNllhlpe.1 '
1110 C..el, ",/ wlH kt frffdW for ul.a >. We don't have much danger April; CHRISTMAS PLAY CAST DR. F. C. COOMBS W...... Properties
paten, .aurf for Otf Hll.t adh..t from forest flrea'her.. In Flor- and combinations of color and: ENTERTAINED SUNDAY SPEAKS TO ROTARY II Third ....:;-4:";ash. _tII. I
00 WoI..t.. the large fast growing dewdropare ; ,. 'U.I'.. Along the Indian and St. Luele rivers and Hobe Sound. I
l... Ca: ... .. .1. ... rimit' as.t. ida because! our forests*never The' cast of the high school 5,00 A. H. H.Ir I
A. R.
!
h.aa tt II satisfactory for home
ad I. k ,. -- m th.TwiKTY.' seem to get a good start befSfe very : play, -Christmas In the OldSouth" Dr Frank C. Coombs professor FIRST.... METHODIST CHURCH.. Ocean Frontage
FOURTH .., ., ;"TBHU: >. HIT.Mi grounds many sections of the W. Go Al4..4. Pas.I5 .
they are burned again. A fine was entertained at a of dermatoldgy of the College
.
aunv warl
Ta. .d. > I state. The hibiscus generallydoes .. .. 1..7.-tkhon''.
tord I ,tdku-. .ww folI.e.t way to keep from having Big games and supper party, Sundayby of New York City directorof 10,50: .. .. "W. H... A 1I..r4.hlo.. a.
- Hood loll" I..t better In the southern half the director 'and winter 7 de ,. .. ......In. 01 1_ 'Tho 1'1..I t .J'i
.0th. _, I HIM ...* '.de forest flees also BIO forests! Don Romanello Belleview hospital <
Fill (loft .. gf the state, I .... of A0.r.:' 1i
'.0.1.1.10._ .,. \1M .Na.._ II..(t"l 0) ....h. Forest fires are officially classed i and Mrs Romanello at the At resident of St. Lucie estates, 'E'.45YJERtAreI e o r ; 1 ..4.4sWR
0.0.. 01 .". ,rlNlltlal. o,4jiny coo| as disaster when five or more The following were listed by Treasure Drove, their riverfront, spoke to Stuart Rotarians at I FIRV I U Ik.PRPR W.o.o. Cluk
,... y..h ..1..1oh.r.e..d ( l rIIs.C. otalU. WMrAf families are affected. When five Mr.' Dickey, as suitable ornamentals home at Eldred. I luncheon Wednesday. *... C A. Cirrtol. P..ts .'j = s l i iw
lee. .. .. 0.04.. Srkral /II'"
"jIII.:: for South Florida home
a I .rp.ruM owoo.looa.I or more trees are killed It means! The afternoon was spent at i After briefly! outlining his research wtmou .. 010 .h.eo6 l Hn

IAI' ., .. 051ANDSdM one less home built and higher grounds: Surinam charry Ixora' badminton, golf, ping-pong and and work In the science' 1Ia. It... ....a._._..en., 5uw Uvlnllm.n.io I. Teo w n f I Iw
FinI A I''100., iNC Plo. .snowbush Natal! plum' turk'i I .. '
darts after which H.i I I\< R.
coats and leas adornment for supper was of dermatology, the doctor cen- ,
Ntr ... ..
.. 1. Pll 1. o.15' t04, ,t1. those under construction.The cap alamanda, lantana, dwarf served to Janice Arbogast, Joa.n tered his talk on leprosy. "Bible 7se, p.Ck... A.rs'h ClirMPRESBYTERIAN, .........

5,111.5.4 Everglades fire was due polnclanna aralta,. acalypha Combs. Pat Sullivan Emily: Mor and scientific scholars have generally BilLIE ",,CONGREGATIONAL' .

0.. 15. BM, 410 ill (1AT.* to drought Had we had one plumbago, Cattley guava orange rison, Ellen Rowell Mary Coleman agreed", he .said "that ..1.. City i,
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fore
H.._ Gaol .M B 11,. P.fo' third more forest we would likely J lessamlne, king's mantle, cape Oeorge Knickerbocker, the discussions of the disease in REV.5:11: HARIIIRON.. .... ...d.I. .PACEARD 5.h..4. Patti awes...r
u. P S c.. f. II 1. 4*. lassamlne, princess flower and II:t.. M.nlne W..hloo I
Paul Frank Mlnschke ,
.have had no drought Donaldson the bible do not refer specifically i
1- ,It ... ..k e.. COL.DF.N angel' trumpet. Joe Smith and Bert Clements. to leprosy as known today". COMMUNITY \
GATE: 'A .re 5/0 CHUaCH
., p.A..I Let I .. ., R..o. STATE LAW ALLOWS Let' start today to beautify Hit discourse held the interestof H.... 5..d 1\
0... or ol..M PR. ...S1. T.5.loin. HIRING ONE RELATIVE our home grounds and, help I FIRESTONE STATION an audience df '75 ousjntss) REV". I 1..4.: C. YOUNG Ikk oi. Pulse 1 i! '

FOLLow LOTS AND TALLAHASSEE The nepot- make Martin\ County a. showplace OPENS THIS WEEK men as he sketched the hktory llt'l .... ....In. ....hl.. I \

III.OCas Tool IN pO lIALENO BR. ism law allows each state and of South Florida. J. .L. Coleman. Texaco distributor and progress' of the plague concluding CHRISTIAN SCJuic'e SOCIETY OF !
INO A a /II at t7 a R I. county officer to employ one for Martin and STUART .:I-- 11t.
('h... tl IAI II .ra OR HAN. per county with the encouraging E.., FMnk Stall
(80M( GRANT T S. R 411 son who Is related to him within COLD SNAP BRINGS I owner of the Firestone Store In formationthat, although no 11 .. .. Lharck unrhw.CHURCHES \

,. iii 004.sod. II'ill, the fourth degree according to PEAK DEMAND ON Stuart, announced this week the tpeeiflo cure U yet known a OF CHRIST SCIENTISTTevr' ,' PF
I. .. 1 J. Tom Watson attorney general POWER FACILITIES opening of the Coleman Firestone treatment for "arresting the t..
41 Uta(IoM Ikl .t.I. 8,4B1 d lei e.. Rih 0.4 111 Se: Replying to an Inquiry on I Service Station on the old disease"-** la tuberculous...., wklrk.b Ik.will lukjMt k. ...d if In the Cknttkn U..m.ktrmuii .

.cll the subject, the attorney gcn- During the ''recent cold snap,: Dixie highway. Directly across has been used successfully Is nf ......... .........10.. tknmffkovf, Ml. mrMMl
ttttM > bruiry a .
Tot I. AS Alxk' HfilT.' LUC1I Val said that any state or county McGregor Smith, president of the railroad tracks from the about 75 per cent of the .oases 'Tk. (.Jqr.Mm T..t t>: 'B -lo..\. kllovl .. i 1
INLET FA M t S/D tl .. ....
.nl. lots
for ft
W... t4 .hjln. tl L.ii| an/all w> officer can employ one person the Florida Power ft Light Company Firestone Store on Osceola and tkit kintk: urn kn.is. .0... II. If.. tfl*... Miln related to him blood Fur God I !10 I..." M John l'T. 01.
by or marriage advised that new power Plagler avenues the new service HOME DEMONSTRATION.Mr l \\v
w Haao Gaay T* II /Is.. A..... thr eltiljonl' wkirk M>IHIK|..
Rf..N51 plants and adldtlona totaling headquarters occupies the former h. lo..e.rmto 10 the 10110." ,. I ,
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Leona Smith will enter-I ,... 'ko lIib", : "_.oo Oh.. .Mat I ;. .' ,
lOUD" UM'I'Y' coJ.INl OJfI lIS, GASOLINE D 120000 kilowatts which have Standard Oil Co. property 0.5,1. which r BMus. ) r
MARTIN 'oUNTY rl.9a1DA.Cbolt been put In sine 1940.,helped which 1e"ed'1i headquarters tain the Palm City Home Demonstration :::. 10:: .::.1 Hill, 'ho .e h.bit.,0.I I i I g 1 1C
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Z Martin County used 264.893 at That .11 0,00 0.154 I. .hh.t 1'' I U I
1". Gmi. NN!:Q5MS. sustain a new peak demand of for the Red Bus Line during the Club at her hone .k.11 ae pl.... lows .leh the dwol1-
. On .4cir. test l Dvnrtlir C. 21,184 gallons kerosene.'HILTON'S IMOOO kilowatts on the com war.A. 2 p. m. Monday.' Feb. 1. Miss .TOP th... I. hoop .h.. /I. 41., thi _.."
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pany's electric facilities. This complete line of automotive iucll Inscoe Home Demonstration IFutaxFLORIDA 51 1:f-1i1. n
11.. &.. "._. .. 1o.I.d. lb.fIMwfoe I It
exceeded by 75 per cent the peak parts will bee handled bhe Agent will give a demon- / MtOl. ,... \h. Ch..II..

In FeBruary 1MO and was 16per firm, along with complete ser- Uratlon In the cooking of meats"FOOD" 11.10..Ilk ..see 1..lhook... It.. lorIpl."4.1...........k. H..llk.... I t .Ri04, ws! fl
SUNDRIES cent higher than In January O.kor ,4d", A. ... GeoJ', I
-eel .p..went.r.
... 11.ea ...........rtes ...
and February of last year I.. .oar "lad 16..r4. orll. i/n. Listings of /mprovfd Unimproved. properties '
In all probability this peak would ...arMlity. ht e1de, .. lit, dlol.' .1
DRUG SUNDRIESCOSMETICS ; Prl."pl. of oil good, .hiths" soap Throughout wUn County
have been larger had It not been 1..ld..II., ....... .. Ilk.... of 11... I IACP
SUN TAN OIL -yeUN SHADBrf SUN GLASSES ..''h.... Se .t.,.. ......., hard to ,... A RANCHES'
AGE .
for[ the extended --:
coqperatlon by
..1"_' ovid.. they .lIk ... _
CANDIES \pBACTflS) JEWELRY the customers, u a result of ... ....,..,. '..eels lar7......,, r555tIII. ; ;
8.w.u'. Feint RlTer-UVlTer Properties ld
SODXP01r5lTAIN newspaper and radio advertising to to to to is THAT'S TEMPTING I I and \ ii }, i l I',
In not using electricity for CITRUS WEEK
SODAS ICE CEMOt SANDWICHES is r to gti gig THAT'S DELICIOUS Jupiter Island Ocean-te-Soki' Estates SlUe
NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES heating during the morning and Winter Haven Jan. 30 //FNS)
y V evening. peak hours. gal to keg THAT'S ECONOMICAL Governor Millard Caldwell has B.
C. ARBQGAST
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Ricou NeXt > dSensen Beach 1
BIdg. to "Serious damage may have proclaimed February 17-22 dates

been averted b?. such cooperation AT of the annual Florida Citrus Exposition Real Estate WATERFRONT PKOFgBTOS Innr.... I ,

," Smith said, "since trans at "Florida Citrus (it
fdrmer can be burned out by Week" 1 I j 1.I 1. ,
too use of service. Trana- "THE BLUE GOOSE"When !
heavy
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formers! are the most scarce
How Much items on the list of material I {

that have been short since the Your Appetite Is Keen and Yow Want A I. ,'Yes

beginning of the war. Of course, Hearty, Satisfying Meal Thi i01e: the Place to Cora SURE BRUBAKERS

Do You Know the winter 1 11 not'yet over and Our Mbls Are CartfFully PreparedYou BET SEE I j j

we have been very fortunate In Get t:our\)u., Attejlfiv. Service; and Price '

having such a 'fine summer' this re'Re onably t
'* M. WEST PALM BEACH
winter and it will still be necessary t l
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about Christian ? to ask the cooperation of W 0'I: I
Science our customers In not using eleo- MAKE YOqp HOME THE a
trie heater from eight to ten .
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If you are not correctly] Informed about 'Christian' In the morning and from five YOUR FAjVORI'By RINK AS YOU LIKE JTinny" CENTER OF ATTRACTION ANEW :
WITH
to nine In the evening, or when PIANQ'WurlitV
,
Science how can you discuss it intelligently{ Take
electric' range and other large > J "Gulbransen" & t& PIANOS 3'' ;e'4
this opportunity to learn some of the fact About this appliance are.In use." "WiPt '+ ',

religion that has done 10 much to heal human ills and, BEE LIQUOR&nd WINES' AVAILABLE FOR PROMPT DELIVERY i1ho! JAI

free sufferers from human misery. Attend YOUTH PRESBYTERIAN ICE CHURCH AT IC :OLD PREMIQM BEERS MirrApiano, Retail Uprightayfrid Fine Grand j t-e c I

dBdbs CtV New four-octne ES Organ t -
A FREE LECTUREentitled PACKAGE CASPER, Owner 1e
I Youth Shares ,will be the SMALL ENOUGH FOR ANY APARTMENT; OR TRAILER

theme of the Youth Service of MAK/IT 'A PRACTICE TO\.T HERE (Immediate Jfelivery) a f Tif 1

,
First Presbyterian church Sunday
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCEISCIENTIFIC at 11 a. m. In the Woman OPEN/ALLY 10iOO A. M. TILL i30 A. M.

RESTORATION"B7 Club. Sunday school will meet Except Sunday JUST WHA YOU' BEEN WAITING FORiTHEyftE .' ; ;TD1 i
at 10 a. m. as usual at Woman'sClub. L
I There will be no Sunday 3'Mile' North of Stuart on Fed.> \Way NOV t WAITING FOR YOU 0 ,
Thomas E. of Louisville... Kentucky
Hurley, C.S.11 school for the Primary' department RADIOS

of which, Mr*. Arthur De- PLAYER Many of the Tine Records and
Me..be'.f the Board Lectureship .f v
hon 1 is superintendent, at Chapel, Albums, you've wanted so long
,
The Slather Cherub, The lint Church .fChrht CMBINATIONSHOME .
ts the children will take part In t are now in our stock
teleatlst,.U ftntoa, ttts: aehnsetta'SUNDAY the 11 o'clock! Youth Service. RECOR S

.. ). Bin Armor President of the .
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Westminster P'cllowslilpwill- WA TED C'HIER
FEBRUARY 9 -1.
preside. WITH PLEASU /AND PRID\ WE ANNOUNCE,OUR APPOINTMENT A3

.3111 P.: Mol ha.. i I The program I wni Include EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATIVE FOR. ....

Scripture Lesson .Mary Cole- FOR C TER AND "
STUART HIGH: map:. Anthem By ,the 'Youth i iS xrni, <' l e

ChoV: Prayer, Dee Law, Litany IDES a ac THE- ?'WQRLD'S FINE\T RADIO-PHONOGRAPH '" '
SCHOOL L'
AUDITORIUM
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of JDcdlcaUon",j Emily' Beach; : .

Meditations: g ( / (IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY) ti:

CHRISTIAN I ONCE SOCIETY :youth Sham the Christian APPL PERSON ,


1r.,\i 4i. kttf- {* > Rudolph hfb. .!youth Dorothy KnMterrYouth Share Gloats,,"Re';,'Youth,' 1t.TEI 1 1CHISHO Brubaker Music. Company;: :

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Coldioll9. l ./nV Ypu' ,to' Attend //irence' Shane MeeMM IU;' friendship\ J4J 206 DATUM ST. WES; PALM BEAGJi|

'Tovjih Bhwfce The-CMstftt Stuart "Tho.tji'alm: ] Beach ea' Most Com ete; Music. Store", *

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:PAOf; > >XOOX, THI STCAKT NEWS, ITCAftT. M rUm CeBitrf'nOKIWI THCE80AT, IAN. }.,, Mil .

'Ii t Veterans Administration board I li an average of 1,800 appeal from Pioneers of'the ItM'a, wh iur- RED CROSS STARTS ,
I J ,of appeals now Is disposing of I VA ruling monthly. : MRS. W.J.. DYER rive her said today"she was oneof HOME NURSING CLASSES I 1 .' ", ? y ., "

i the finest and most loved women THROUGHOUT. COUNTY ALTERATIONS 4 ;' '.REPAIRS
who ever lived. ; ,
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DIES IN TAMPA She was married In 1193 in inaugurating a. county-wide : i : '
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Stuart M William J. Dyen who program of Instruction. In home JOBBING "
[i JOIN THE THRONGS died in 1922,and the family moved nursing sponsored by the Mar- ,
I Stuart' First School Teacher to West Palm Beach In 1907. tin County, Red Cross' Miss Flora '" '
Buried In West Palm Several yean ago aha moved\ to Stanley:county school nurse organized
,,; Attend the Beach Wednesday Tampa to make her home with the first class, Tuesday
-.,. her son. Last Mummer she made at Red Cross headquarters
Mr. William J. Dyer, Stuart's her, first plane trip on a visit to the Dehon building MO SMITH
DOG RAfcESdmiuion first school teacher, died Monday the east coast : Future classes are to be organized RAC .
v morning In Tampa at the She was a member of the lake In units of ten student .
home of her ion, George Dyer, Worth Pioneers association and each In the various sections: ': CONSTRJ CT,; I ION j
sills. as the result of a fall last Friday at the last annual picnic of that' the county The first group Is ; ;
? She celebrated her 87th organisation which she attended composed chiefly of women from ,
]'',j birthday Sept.t.Funeral was the oldest member pres- Stuart and Jensen Beach and
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;1 PAL B ACH services was conducted ent. She was a member of the Include Mrs. R..M. Smaller, Miss
In West Palm Beach Wednesday I Shakespeare club, Holy Trinity Myrtle Fhlpps, Mrs. Warner Til- Estimates Cheetfati/Gioen 'OX/W Work
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afternoon by the Rev, Mar church, St. Catherine's Guild ton, Mrs. Ransom Tilton', Mrs -
t tI tifll + tin Brain, rector of the Holy; an4 at one time was presidentof Norris Tilton, Mrs.. Jack Martin
Ken el Club Trinity Episcopal church there, the Daughter of the Kins; ,, Mrs Tom Schreckengost, LARG ORSMAL:
with burial at Woodlawn eere- Mrs. .Dyer's only daughter Mrs. Arthur Dehon, and Mrs
I tarp by the Ferguson Funeral Mrs. Zeb Grant, died In 1921 Carrtll F, Ireland.UNEMPLOYED .
NI LY Home of Wast Palm Beach. I Surviving are three sons, Georgeof P: O.. BOX 1045 i STUART, HA
Mrs. Dyer the former Katie Tampa; W. J. and Borden of PAYMENTS
(Lace day) Hamilton was born In 1858 In West Palm Beach four granddaughters Martin county unemployment :
I Philadelphia. As a young wo- Katherine Dyer and compensation payments for the
It R 8s1 M. man she,came to Stuart with Cornelia Grant of West Palm week ending January' 18 amount.
,t her mother and lived In a house Beach and Kitty and Ann Dyer ed to $28 and were made to1 3
f. Daily Does 2nd and d Races on Bessey Point one of the first of Tampa. women, Carl B, Smith', Chairman
houses built In this section: and of the Florida Industrial
Ten uinieila Rac.i owned by the late H. W. Bessey CommlsUon reported .
who was then In charge of the COUNTY SCHOOLS CO ON Payments throughout the state usoDON'T
.i i No more Admitted Life Saving Station on Jensen NEW TIME SCHEDULE totaled $68,452.50 and were madeto
Beach. MONDAY FEB. 3rdA 2,422 men and 1,807 women KER
Op site Morrison Field She first gathered the child a total of 4,229, .
ren of the community In, her new (lime;schedule for Stu- Persons In this county com* .
eat Palm Beach home for classroom Instruction art schools will go Into effect pensated as unemployed throughno Ii U LET THEM.
and was appointed the first for the second semester, which fault of their own and avail-
25 Cents I teacher when the little schoolhouse begins Monday, feb.'J. The new able for suitable employmentwere
,I, was built on the present schedule, as announced by Prin- 1 classified as dressmakerand DOWN
location! of the court house. cipal Erwln Johnwlck, Is as follows : welder.< .
I ---r- : school begins at 1:40: Instead -
of 8:45: ; lunch period METHODIST CIRCLE: THEY'RE cajNiNG'ON YOU.
11:50-12:30: : Instead of 12:00-: /
O'CLOCK/:
MEETS AT ONE
THE HORSES OE BAR 12:50: ; school Is out at 3:30: instead JUST THINK FOR JWIINUTE ABOUT THE
of 3:13.: There will be 8 The Methodist WSCS circle will USAWILL '
one-hour periods Instead of seven meet Tuesday, Feb. t, at 1:00: at 1,500,000 G.L's SERVE IN 47,

Just Shaw Your Enendly Face 45-mlnute periods for the seventh the home of Mrs Herbert Thayer i 'To Provide 'HOjfe\WAY FROM -HOME
through the twelfth, grades. 98 Cleveland Ave. Mrs.'J. J.
I fTH'E In (tar Frie/lly Place These schedule changes, Mr. Richards will .begin, the study FOR THESE G/'s US\1S ASKING THE
Johnwlck said, are eased on the course for the year, which will
And Get the EXnk) ifnat Suits Your TasteR recommendation of the Southern be followed at 3:00: by the regu- AMERICAN EOPLEVpR $19,000,000
Committee of Accreditation The lar business meeting.PALMIST.
Don't Forget ThatJ ckage To Take Home shortened lunch period is necessary Martin unty'. QuoX Is $750.00
because of the shortageof
Species Ewsijy Day teachers their heavy schedules / 'SQIVE GENEROSLY "

I leave them unavailable for Tells Past Present d USO at the U. S. Q the G.I.
playground superivlslon.
HORSESWE E BAR Registration for the new FaWre A MAIL ALL CHECI
,, / semester will be held Friday, Advises on Lofl MprrUfe,
Divorce andJ u sin Affairs To
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Jan. 31. All students, both old
CARRY A UNE OF PACKAGE GOODS BILLCOLSONtMgr, Jon sire) sick orj ijrouble
and new, should register on thaT
consult her.Separate .
day and obtain new schedules.
RoonJfor Whi e IGELOAndyTSIlChairman( )
and Colored
FERTILIZER USED .
Located new to Carolina
Martin County growers In pe Grill on Fe/era l Highway'
umber used 1,102 tons of stile 3 miles soutA Of Fort Pierce
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With A Complete Line of SUN AN LOTION Creams. I I .
: ON.OLD DIXIFJiIGH J /AT i
:' and Jellies ,;,
w GYPSY CREAM or LOTION .t..5oc ; .. '
CABY-5izea'n ..' _, ." Se 49c 8plus tax ,A .. ,. -,filii'I .-J"\, .. ',
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I NO-BURN Lotion _$1. plus tax x o (
'i" LORD CARLTON .- $1 plus tax "
FOREVER AMBER <. .- $1 plus tanNoxzema rr; ':
t v9 ELIZABETH ARDEN .$ 00 plus tax
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rUE STUART NEWS. STUART, MarHn,,County,:JTLOIUOA TIItlRSDAV, JAN SO, IMT 1 PAGE FIVE
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SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of I h'W., EEK IN STUART' News MRS hems,etflce FRANCES for this before paper O.noon'SMITH must on ,Wednesday reach Society the bt newspaper r l

__ 't home Telephone llt-W Office Phone 300 [ I

DIANE THOMPSON HAS DUTCH TREAT CLUB 1 :Miss Jean Lorenzo, second Mr. and Mrs ft. O. Judson 1 f r
BIRTHDAY PARTY SALES See Us For
r.AU AT CIVIC CENTER trade student at Stuart school have as their guests Mr. and !
Last Thursdaywaa the fourth Mrs -Conrad Albrecht and +
of Diane La Verne r has been confined to her homeIn Mrs Arthur Alnsworth and Arlel di ems, Repairs and "I'
alrthday Mrs Howard Neall made high fR G III.
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Thompson,Her mother Mrs Ida scores Thursday at the Dutch Port Sewall with a very bad Cameron of Norwalk,Conn., who PartsARNOLD ':r
Thompson, Invited 14 of hef lit. itJACKSONVILLL'8 Treat Club game at the Civic cough. fine was absent for eight drove over' from their -winter SERVICE
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ila friends help her celebrate Center) Play followed luncheonat days, and )her classmates In Mistowery's .I home In Englewood for .'few : / ,,
at L a party at the home of Dla e'lrandparenta. Tommys. Others playing room sent her a lovely 1 I days' visit Mrs, AInsworth and BAUER ;''
Mr. and Mn B. were Mrs H, M. Klelfeld, Mrs. : I
Nflnscke on California Are. The T. J. F. Kennedy, Mrs Ashby booklet of drawings which helped Mr,Cameron ,are slater and St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W ''I f"l';' '
to cheer her ,
convalescent days I I brother of Mrs..JudJon.
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Louse wu ga,' with blue and Arbogast, Mrs. Earl Rlcou Mrs 'j' \,
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tllow streamers and brtght-col- L E.: Ashley, Mrs. Stanley Klt- ----- ------------ : .
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red balloiu. The 'dining room ching. i
tsble was centered with a large t
birthday! cake surrounded with METHODIST CIRCLE
favors and paper caps.! Blue andyellow I MEETS TUESDAY
\ basket held candy'and i The circle o( the ,Methodist "FOOTBALL"AND
jmti. Mn Thompson WM) assisted WSCS will meet Tuesday. Feb I
In entertaining by Mrs: Gene I.. at S p.m, at the home of Mrs'
teelman and Mn Mlnscke Na- ,
H H Thayer 88 Cleveland Avenue
dine Waters won the prtw In I .
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musical chalrf", Nancy Morten
In the' peanut hunt, and NEW RULINTFOR
Hehrv' Johnson and Jane Mor NAVY'S V-6 RESERVE I
lIOn for pinning! on\the donkey's r Veterans and non-veterans : ,
tall who enroll In the Navyi V-
Inactive Volunteer Reserve and "BARBQ"SUNDAY
Quests were Deney Godfrey, t
Bonnie Sue and Kay Hudson, I are ordered( to active duty at I ,
Carolyn Johnson Oerllyn] Megfrtt their own reques\ now will be, : I
and Jane Morrison, CAMELLIA QUEEN "i8IIl\Ial'1' McGee 121 released to Inactive duty upon f +
Sarah Nancy Wilson, Zola Mae Slakesice. Park,Street, Jacksonville, Florida, Is crowned Camellia Queen, their request, It was announcedby I 1 41 41f
1947 by Mrs. Halle Cohen,president or the Federated Circles of Seventh District authorities '
Maxwell Julie Shrlg-
Anne 'thrf Garden Club of Jacksonville; at Gerblng's famous camellia today FEBRUARY 2nd 1947 '
layni Sullivan Dianne ,
ley j ,
Houston,Kosemar Taylor: ,Terry gardens In Fernandina. Miss McGee an instructor .Arthur. In addition to former members ,
Louis Trlay, Murray dance studios and profesisonal vocalist./Kill appear at of the armed services, non-
I Florence ee Schreckengost Stlmmell. Nadlne Wa .'the Woman's Club In Jacksonville January Z5-Z when the Garden ., veterans within the 17 to 18ft I Counlv Soutb'Martin
ten.Jackie Johnson,Jerry MarkI Club holds Its llth annual camellia show, The Federated' year and 30' to 40 years age North Martin Vs County 1.4 4
-I I, 'Carol and Judy Jackson, ,Circles of the Garden Club,composed of 77' circles' Is the lariest now may enroll In,the j ;
single garden club In the world. PI.Reserve V-8
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Bunny Beugnet Diane Mrs.Thompson ----------------------- ..---- ---- .. .:__ ... program. .-! ... (Jensen, Rio and North Stuart) \ (Hobe So/id, Salerno, Indiantown and So. Stuart)
Mrs W. Waters Kenneth -
Stljtimell/ Mrs. Francis
ugnet..Mrs.Dan Johnson,Mrs. T \ 3ocl
Homer D. Hudson Mrs Bud. RIVER FRONT HOMES GAME ( PMBARBQ
dlngton, Mrs. Q. Godfrey. Mrs. yl
Ljrtla Houston. Mrs. Ray Trlay.MM Have beautiful bo'm.. the waterfront ranXng in from y II
on price
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X. Markel Jr Mrs. Peggy $17,000.00 AT 5:00 PM
Peterson and Mrs Fannie Jack LOG/CABIN ;
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HIPSON HONORS BUILDING LOTS FOR BEwfolT OFMARCoDlMES
IlAl'GTHER) AT BRIDGE'
Mrs H. H. Hlpson entertained Inside lots' 'for/ '
at $400.00 tod $500 00 -foot lots. Lots on the '
'l Ht I'er t bridge home on Thursday Riverside venlng'at Road In water front from $25.00 to $41100 per fronyfoot. Acreage on the water

ronipllment to her daughter, front from $3.00 up.FARMS.
:Mrs, Robert Kraskey of New
York CIty. Those playing were .
:Mn Boyne McPherson, "Miss SALE y
Emma Luckert Mrs. Eddie Lee
Fmlth: Mrs. Evans Cnry, Mrs 440 acres fronting on paved roJU and nine miles from Stuart. 160
Athby Arbogast. Mrs.Paul Hoen acres under cultivation at preKjftme.. Includes buildings. Price' PLENTY f ACTIOiJM and FUN ;
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'hel Mrs. Dennis Hudson. Mrs'dike 1500000. f H 4
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: Llttman. Mrs :Earl RlcouMr '
.*. Jim Kennedy, Mrsv L. W.Barnes 20 acres. Includes five ro< i hou ek, aria, chicken house, 40 citrus ,. : '''I' .
,Mrs William, .,Orathwohl trees.'Land Cleared and near/and road Ipce $5,500. "SU PORT A REAL USE" : i: :, i
Mrs. John Law Mn Jim Brock
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lo MUMyUe hel Url, Mrs McPherson Barnes-Oyrrlies, Mrs>and. Voen-tweet Mn x Frontage (On FeayHtfghway, 'TICKETSOTBALL: $1.00 AR-B-Q-$1.10 !j: if :

Hudson, The honoree
ented was prep 2,000 feet at $10.OO/per front foot Close I Stuart. Ideal for busi (. !
a guest prlw COMMITTEE 1 +"
,ness of,any kind.EDWARD. / r, ,;I I'' l '
OHN M. LAW HONOR / ,* G. M, HANCOCK, Chairman,1. ;
NEW YORK VISITORS 1 ,,1.A. .
Mr. and Mrs John M. Law, MAPPP. A. Hendry, Treasurer Mrs. M. R, McCord, Secretary \! H i 't .
ir.were dinner hosts last Wednesday '
, \ evening at their homen MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO "MARCH OF DIMES" III'I, I :' : '
Riverside Drive.Their guests. REALTOR ,
ere Mr.and Mrs.Robert Krss- O. Arcade Bid,. Phone 19 Box 1155, Stuart, Florida '; ]\ Ii; ''Ia !
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Published every Thur!djy al, =ono=====ono-0n0oes>
I The good life !I. not to be regarded as optional, like aiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinti iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiii)
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a by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a a question on an,examination paper which a student may One of my moat Interesting foreign correspondent Is Austin Smith A ,NEW.INDUSTRY

s Florid corporation. attempt or leave alone, according to personal preference: who live near an belated hamlet In Costa Kiev, in regular contact >.ii'NewsJ

,", Entered\ as second-class mall and capacity. It is enjoined upon tie, without quali/it with the outside work) only by plane w other transportation Is slow (Miami )

", j" matter at the post office at : lion or modification a. that which Cod both expect asKJ uncertain or nun exItent l (. He. hn. distinguished himself u II botanical Floridians familiar with the lone struggle to dew!

, Stuart, Florida, under the Act.j demands. v collector and many new species he hu unearthed in hit mom"- ramie cultivation and processing for textile fibre .m
R. J. McCracken: : D.D. been interested In truffle aborning As the
!l t of March 8, 187S t talni have subsequently named /after him. Knowing him by mail anew remit!
, I a king of h. for dustry was finally established and I U now flourishb
A FREE PRESS over period vein .i painted me an Interesting plcturt
TORTURE
l 3* YEARS OF SERVICE DESTRUCTION OF PELICANS BY of rural life. In Central America. There. must be for Austin Smith a good may the processing of palmetto for heavy Industrialand

and There Martin deal of satisfaction hi hiving acquired knowledge of Costs Rican" building material '
1 ;h Slu.rt oats! tV.w..n s ixwRMff I la in county creature who could well!! ,
t, the MiMft TtmM, th. tint n wum flora that make hu nrofetsion art: of livel The parasitic saw or crub palmetto covers at
t 1 < Ml.Uh.il I. ....... Aim) I*. wear suspended from his neck by night and by day for plant collecting: a meant
A FREE PEOPLE lull. pod
tu Vk Mwvh, rk The I., Tnn,IT. Th wu<-lu.o.-bAa.rt Daily. +W d'.MHI of tha. Ancient Mariner in Coleridge' poem, the body of a tree trrdt from him I li that he labels hit teed carefully and he know the cultivation will be ho problem. But the process

i wn. ,nnvndsd, 0.1.. H. Uli. 714. W.eh.I I pelican his botany. The pant .(sew weeks have brought a ,number of' ieepackets < been studied perfected and climaxed by manufactureing '

t f mY = t.e Aoulh I I,1..'J.\'jdl 11..1........h/fO.8,u the This man has discovered and put Into practise a par- from him and because most of them represent new introdiictioiu World War II of navy gun Wads from this source,
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.-- w ticularly foul and evil method of torturing to death the I into the United State And because several of them show pat Gently a Washington, D. C., firm launched plans to I b

QnW1N naVtRT A. itNGU, : ., :'.. .. -4.wn1 :: picturesque water birds which help make our {State attractive promise of succeeding I in Florida I am reprinting Austin Smith notef a 1950,000 plant near Punta Gorda for the manufactu
r. _,' ::. :::.:::_:Jdwnlrna; :. ::: this fiber, not for war putposes but,for varied peace
..... Number of pelicans have been found TedentlyKith about them 4n exact detaiL For person Interested In accurate description t

j SUBSCRIPTION RATES \ their pouches slit by.a sharp knife--:doomed to slow of desirable \pew ornamental, the following Mr worth keeping: uses
: \Ir rt.a''fl' y". ._ __...sloe Two T.... .... .. fl." starvation iP R. McCrary, mechanical engineer of Lakeland

'I \\.1.\ ,n", "n. ,node. I noun. ..n ppll.11. The ............1 ........ th. r!.ht The new refinement of cruelty is somewhat different \\ERCKLEA.1\SICMS, :: (Matvacni), Tree! 3045 ft. Very large ports that' he has developed a mechanical: process of K
4' In:' 'I nor el,+,I?on.hk .dvrtn.s.nt I Laves large flowers pink to mauve, darker' banally. pink leaves, enruceous ating the fused toughness, or aqueous fiber and curt]
no t.nrh.r.. : ;I,,,: nial/vl: tr. th., u.e Loy erpublk.tle..1' all >.... than the long lint of ugly crimes against this bird which ; ;
i have shocked the sensitive people of this area in year past ; very showy) large,pods; flowers as a shrub; upper tropical sue pith contents of the palmetto. By adding' powdered I
", ', .. ::11.1811OF: TIIF ASSOCIATED PRA ES In Costa Rica WcrtUca Is l a rapid growing Malvaceae with large\ stone and a chemical he can turn the cork and biter
..- _. __ : VYe have become more or less accustomed to the sight of very !
ununmuuuuutltnunmuullnllnnlllluinnuunununnnunnounnOnlur I pelicans with broken wings which lead A solitary existencefor Flowery and leaves to 20 inches long coriaceous, shining and pendent building tile of stonelike strength and appearance
... / / a few 'weeks cripples with festering shoulder bones when mature. Large need capsules with shmp.- ut not very< stiff spinet. He has also found a method
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR and dragging pinions which paddle about on the river, The large (On front) sepals are very pulpy and furnish .i substance : palm so it can be sawed t more easily and used more er:

become weaker and weaker, and die ttkky and ""eetIk'd by Indian and white men In colonial times for sively as lumber.
JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiMtiiniitiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii/ / iMiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiin i It causes no!great concern In tIme we have become dulee Gets to be a tree 10-12 meter, with broad crown and latmjranthesriew ; The engineer has chosen a plant site at Stuart 01

; ,'tr'\ Our educational MY 1em seem! at fault somewhere! in used! to if But this new practice has caused even some of are brittle and to the species( must be protected !from Fort Myers-Stuart canal to take advantage of water

.its failure to .omt>tim(! .apiHllui\ l the the IOn but and hulf shade In found' nancing to start. H. 'expects government financingbe
| > way amusement czars are Stuart News office and demand that "wedosomething. /most sharp drainage nature usually
1\ "defrauding the if .available once he gets well ,under Way with his pro)
I ) publit. defiaudmg! is the right word about It. on the edge of steep ravines
(l.y Hning up to them, over and over again the name mesh ,i I The 'pelican holds the fish it catche in its rubbery ) Florida should Mess and nurture new Industries it l
FICpAMMH CARPINTERAESimfl"b Shrub limit/ kinds. In view of the tremendous demand for housing
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I they digested yesterday. Whenever > or
there is one outstanding pouch of skin. before it swallows them. Slit the Akin .--
moving picture, the tree to 20 feer Surely the most brilli.int-fniHed of kfl shrubs ot trees here teriahj here Florida should welcome most ardently 0
Hollywood producers immediately ;and the pelican tries to catch fish, but they all fall through
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( -w/imp/ the market with(! a dozen more exactly like the 'his pouch. He tries and tries-until he gets 'so weak than These persist several months. Foliage/ alas attractive Cive the species( ing building materials industry. _
firet.t varying tr( title" and\ the actors irt least! open shade. or bettor, deep shade Crows In hill fnre! where
J'' lust enough/ to de- he drifts'! off and dies It takes some time. It's a slow and WAY
f "uvc, Hut I thi' (hentmjf hoes i I not) stop there. The movie 'lingering death by starvation in the midst of plenty. ruin 1 or moisture. It scant from January' to 1 May' ))Plant\ In !loam (slightly THE

houses today are charging full price to permit the public What can the News do about It? Very little other acid) !toil Fred I. Kent

; : tiview' "re-relinks. : "I f olol) l films -.ictures6| 8 or 10 yearn than to let the people know that It is going on. WICANDIA CAHACASANA (Mi/rfropnyffaceae); Treelike to By "
i old. pulled off the sh..If. tfii.. titles changed! and the whole' What can be done about itT / Director Bankers Tcust: Company, New York City
20 ft, Flauers lolu in large cluster. : Road cuts or dry motts Costa
o nwd up to, make it Ink like new stuff worth the price' The man or men who are doing It ran 'be stopped Mica < History has proved beyond denial that the lot

\\o\\"! j.J ',if lnustflon How many times have YOU been sucked If some of the commercial fishermen, who are aware of r periods of progress, exclusive of upsets from oir

?i'I'I,; I -in'! The fflnnv' thing is. that the public falls for thm cheating the origin of this cruelty will go to the"source and dean CORNUTIA CHANDIFOyA (Vetl>tnaretr), Typical form sources, have occurred when the system under which

apparently having forgotten. met what the movies 10' it up secure the evidence and bring charges against the Upper h'I'I'iclllzolle in GMta Rica Flowen. violet to vloh blue; heavy have governed themselves or have been governed by of

;r yours IIg'O'I'r... !showing I wonder if the Stuart News' perpetrators, they will be doing a service to their Industry crown. Usually at,edges of forest. Flowers 2 or 3 times annually have provided'thecks against the excesses that met
mold, re-print completi t, t the files of it) years ago. call it :and to their consciences. }fed into when they are entrusted with powers that, II

i the ne\\'M of the day and still get subscribers afthe full'' There is a rt'derallaw, against the mutilation of these! CORNUTIA CRA1'DlFOI.tvy.: NORMALIS Thi( scarce form controlled vitiate and then terminate progress for a pr
I rate' The : Imt.IiKhf'1'1'I! have it belongs to the blond forl'St.1I'1Je1' tropics 1200( meters altitude Mwh During times when there have been effective cjieckn
song a part ) this cheating\ birds. There is art even greater law, the law of the conscience
I: I too The song' "Playmates" t that wan popular some yearn I of man, which should prevent such malicious and more gl.ebnms or Iro pnliciceiit than tyl'.All P.lrtI'11II1011.. the over-expansion of the efforts of men to control MlHucceiwful
) )
.''x'.et' flro: was It M."write ,If HiI, Wing' The moreorles, cruel I treatment, of u lesser g'retatiss f> COUSSAREA AUST1M-SM1TIIII ((Rulitacror' )) Leave to<< 15 cm continuing, progress! has been poiwiule totportant

cuumit wnjr:' "i"ivl. Mttm'cs/ More .had: Its IXll! U .__ ______ log olxwntP OmilU white See "Dora of OwU Rita", page' 1288-87. I periods.Insofar humanity has progressed e ,to the prf-

I! 4 Anybody part jtwt awho*known>'car* music ago l11tll'r'thl' title "Let It DECLARATION OF fAITH Crows hits little tree 7 meters or 20 feet high. Fruit spectrum( red In :the; American as Way has proved to be) the up most effectm

I could go on citing CflUl1tfo..1 lunge ,clusters. Upper! tropics/ In cloud forest. local. mediocnt
'I by the score'. Isnt cheating)! fun no long as the By Clayton Rand : bringing men out from under conditions of

;, pay the fiddler? When the public starts \' After the divinity of God nothing ta so sacred as the CINCHONA R'BESCENS ,(Rulnactat). Its range (In Costa Pica actual hardship a e

Gtr teat and Dtart boycotting; the cheater! the willi dignity of the Individual. It was nature's purpose, through III the cloud forest cone, upper tropic, !If any species of Cinchona/ will Just what is the American Way? It all functional f
. begin: to givealhe! for the money paid in at the box office God, that man be free and strong. In a convenant sealed rnl.'CleCSouth! \ Florida it is this ,one. Heavy loam, well, drained in if
Constitution and Bill of Rights Our laws they
I S with the blood of patriots "life, liberty and the pursuit ofhappinvsH (frost;[ open' simile Showiest tptiieiIn ., our truly Constitutional do not curtail individual in J;

C}ilfi8f toUt balm Leach: the other day I passed were guaranteed the American people forever. another. li thr atxitit null-resistant accomplishment whatsoever, except as any the right,. of ot1 J(
slants
4 1 Wild! ej f vfcrtp$ iron tin iU 'W'ay to market It was the first \\e believe the United States of America i ill a government my correspondent be jeopardized.

i I IJIfil1, 1i' sign)
' ,f rnr enle 10 RuM/ to he hurled back at us later States buildcd out of the fundamentals of freedom, goodcharacter "For /* protective hedge against( tea' or ocean winds. I would an American The rights himself of others Is Justified are in truth in claiming the very and rights denting
hard woik, true thrift and imperishable ideals
n suggest our native Bumelia. at the drier upptr'tropiCal It makes an
They are the rights that at man must have for i
I J believe i jn high moral standards, hence I do not be. We believe tht Federal Government has such author their- absolutely impervious hedge against, animals and stand cool l and complete, and constructive life that build for himself! !
Uev'* in gambling as an institution Yet !ity only as was delegated to! it by the people through winds that blow down from the Vokwxt Pesos during January '
tmng '
? truthfijlnes' compel which : others,' to the greatest extent that lies within his P
me to admit that I have great difficulty In finding the i Constitution and judicial, a'Constitution are
dividing line 'between "good" gambling and "bad" gamb under which powers the rights of the individual and the edging on deep roadside cuts or eroded hillsloprs; rather heavy clay Lion and Bill of Rights.
ling At the moment one highly ethical group is raffling loam It has' shining coriaceous foliage ,br inching, thick body spines Ame
sovereignty ct the several states are inviolate.. Under these rights, how docs our average
off an automobile another H running bingo games another We believe in Americanism, not Communism, Fad m Very fragrant white, flowert. March-M.ly; grow to 10 meter{, tlikk function' T He has the power to produce beyond hiss H

i III .raising funds by a different yet chance-taking or Socialism we believe in private enterprise and the set; fruit resembles small plums and are bicolor: This is Biimelta' AttainSmithli" : lie can, therefore, with property rights which he haM

mtthod and those are regarded as "good" gambling iwhiih ) I profit and los system as opposed to totalitarian ideologies 'E.LM. something from his daily work He ran exchange!

is our children the are taught to take part. My assumption We believe in the fullest encouragement to individual initiative uunuummuItnnstlrtnrnnntnnnniullnulminsummsmmItnnnnuml/ savings for the production that arises from the sawn
that above
methods
become "bad" gambling and xelf-rehance that the citizen' should depend others and so broaden the lives of all. He can use
when the proceed dtil into private pockets. That sounds and rather than savings to for his through insurance
upon his own efforts for existence security Letters To The Editor provide protection
alt
t right if you\ rlo not tmalyze the matter; but what are upon the Government by making them serve to add to employment, further

we to think about race track gambling which we have \Ve believe in freedom to work; to till one's land do IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I IHIHIHinilllllllllllllllllllllll,_I I I I I I I I I I I duction, and increase his income. His savings! nu
legalized: In Florida It raises a lot of tax money to help" conduct one' business or small but with the of others they tacomplish
one! s job ply one H trade;; pursue Dear Editor: joined sayings
run our count governments. which makes it "good"gamlling one's calling under the vigilant protection and application wonderful things
t was happy to learn that the of'our state
) ; but mont of the proceeds into the pockets very newspaper
i go of laws passed with the consent of the governed He in and ,understathrough "'
had Utelr' to the,Traffic Cam grows mentally power ,
t of horse Owners, who need it to buy fresh oats or of professional with the liberties of the citizen shouldbe to willingly pledged support Safety
that interference
such activities. His methods basicallyttHis
need it paign which start in the near future. are
gambler who to buy wild oats in
minimum\ !
reduced to a in tokens called moot
surpluses measured
either case. "bad" gambling. The slot machine has been It li Only through the cooperation of the of the are
newspaper
We, therefore, enlist the aid of all forthright for- order that he may exchange his goods without h.W)
outlawed tUI bad gambling : but punchboards are state that this) campaign can be successful
everywhere in revival of the Ameri-
and wh
vvard-thinking men women a finds; others who have things which he wants and
t arid are generally regarded as "good" gambling. :an Spirit. Our Republic is mankind supreme achievement ,A* Superintendent -of Public. ; IQitruction, I am particularly things which he has to spare These tokens also.m'i
,' Let us carry the matter of gambling away from the track I and we will do our utmost to restore and preserve itas interested In- the success of thl* campaign a* during the first 11 the value of his work He has built reservoirs, of G

the poker table the bridge battle bingo, etc, and think the rightful heritage of our children. month of IMfl It per cent'of all the Injured and 20 percent of savings called banks where they are gathered tot

Mimitt business/ ventures In general. Fire insurance if you I (Copyright The Dixie Press-' the killed In accident involving automobile were under U year with the savings his fellows.
1 define it honestly is a bet you place with an agent wherein of ,age, mostly school: children. suet

von gamble $100 against $5,000 that your house will not STATE CHAMBER URGES FOREST PROTECTIONThe An acute awareness of the problem by the people of the state, From these reservoirs,-through investment boil
I ings go to reward the labor bf others who may be
bum within the next 365 day*! Life insurance at last
that part called "tt'rm" Insurance, i is exactly the same kind low level of lumber production in 'Floridastill 8 u cumulated. by our newspapers, can diminish these alarming the homes, the factories; the means of transportation,

of a bet: the opponent even beta! you doubleornothingthat I per cent below 194$. points to the increasing urgency for figure* the production throughout his nation,
you will not meet accidental death. The prosperity the carrying out of long-range conservation programs the COLIN ENGUSltDear He may take part in organizing groups of peoplebusineea

of most cities ill founded on gambling. Practically everyseaport II research and industrial division of the Florida State Cham. r and industrial entitles which. all together'up
EditorsI
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in the world was built on the willingness of a few ber of Commerce has emphasized. the great economy of America.
know that'you, will rejoice with us In the fact that we received He dislgnates through selection and election ,
men there to venture\ their fortunes on uncertain seas. Tabulations'! of lumber production the first 'nIne
-- *uct!> a generous response to our, Thanksgiving and Christ among 'his fellows whom he wishes to place In POof
Thousands! ) of manufacturing towns have grown up aroundfartones months of 194S show a total of ,416,840,000 board feet '
established by men who bet their entire savingson cut during that time"Contrasting mas letters of appeal that w* were hot only able to provide a joy- government to devise ways and means through la"'
DUS Thanksgiving! and a truly Merry Christina for all our children regulations to protect the right of all. '
the success of an untried product. Farming communities -
Florida lumber cut last
millions with the year, and provide for all of their need for those two month, but we ,From his savings he pays taxes which provide !v hi\
depend\ entirely on of men who literally lay below
the weather. all well production nationally was only 2 per cent 1943. were able to entirely wipe out the big deficit which we had accumulated tome of government officers and support the govern
a wager on We are pretty convincedthat
( "Monthly production in Florida was at record low the In effort to in its
whether the is during summer month our provide thnecessities activities for his benefit.
kept progress alive My depends as umption on here In", that gambling this is spirit"good" I through April of 1946. However easing of the labor situation of life for our five \big families of homelesi and needy From his savings he has churches: built, pays for<
and favorable weather brought a marked increase I children In oitr five delightful Receiving Home .upkeep! and the income of their ministers
win
gambling the riskers 'bad': gambling if they
/ go during the next five month and resulted in a ninemonthtotal We :will be able to continue our absolutely necessary and I From his savings he has schools constructed aidtides
broke. : of hopes that always will
Kvcry somebody
us
t be coming along one who ix willing to take a chance. Now let : above the corresponding periods of, 1944 and 1945, 'I worthwhile lenrlce to all of Florida little one in distress and the income upon which the teachers.and other

ua back to the original observation that the dividing line' both low production years. need If we earl continue to count on you and our ether Sponsor ployed in the school systems live. '

between go "good, and 'bud" gambling is hard to find. The For many ,years Floridians happily accepted the and contributor for the \'el'1lenerOUl aid and support which you | Form his savings he builds hospitals, placed of s
harm that I in gambling which explain the line bounties of nature with little thought of a need for replace- gave[ u* this past year for which we are. deeply grateful. A* you ment,'and provides for the development of culture
,
see may
has III'' ment of forest. Indisputable facts, however, hate jarredthe know, EVERYTHING COSTS MUCK MORE!: no* and we will need a *

of that demarkation certain which who my Indulge scrutiny in it are unable not revealed to control citizens of the state out of this complacency. Such pro- the \largest amount you can possibly spare during this coming year. If he could not produce! more than he requires

,themselves they persons! l let their enthusiasm for chance-tun grams as the reactivation of fire control method (from Last year we extended* our aid and care to about 1,400 children ally\ he could not meet the cost (of government,

.., with their better judgment, and they hurt themselves away, necessary retractions during the war), the Tree Farm and : Tills year we started with a family tome 660,children under of religious instruction, and the cost of the educati

their futures and often their loved ones. Yet this is a sin the Keep Florida Green programs, extension of improved :care and .tud)'. At least 4 thousand more will, be added during his children. His savings are his property and from
gambling I know lots of men who are the forests practices and the advancement of the /livestock industry he year. he )helps to build up.his community his state, and l bk>

r.l': same not peculiar way about to good food; beautiful women, strong liquor in fencing and Improvement of pastures, *.r..notonly May w* have' your early and continued support pleastj try. His savings, are, therefore, his profit; hill pltl//

I 'I._ and even Coca-Lolas. Ungovernable appetites make lot necessary but economically feasible. '. Very gratefully and hopefully your, ,that his government protects for him by laws paSlf
,i I. ,X such Amuses
I \ i MARCUS C. FAGO'4M purpose. Profit is the surplus which the
"sin"
the of
from
J '. jof trouble, but are. we not getting away CRANDMOTHERMOOD IN FLOWER J 1 .v'? 8 BupertatendenV\. to broaden and build his life that it may mworld >
gambling and talking(t about something else entirely! When Suzanne'KeeAerLook *",* > 1./" ;/J; :* *; tf ', one so
Jesus drove the money changers out of the temple in By of convenience culture, and beauty.'
if will at the rocking chair .- I i .
In the )you Jensen :Beach Schoolv "*
Y Jersualem. was he thinking about gambling? parable r
No modern is sitting there, I' POLITICAL
grandma "-: Jensen Beach, Florida ARGUMENT
emulation
of the talents was'Jesua holding up for .' ,
r, I of the who took his ten talents and She! ill dashing about on busy-feet, r *> January 24, 1847 8om_ poltical situations Mist often seem One*
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"
the example man
smart investment? Or sitting up front in the driver's seat. Dear Mr Wenninger, abl* are" solved in the light of the following eptsodj:
his capital '
.. ,, "doubled il often wonder(on about a these thing What doyou Gone are the day when forty was "old,"- *(. "' Please accept our thank for coming to school on Arbor Day farmers had been at,"outs" for 20 years One *

think- ? at.The New will l print your letter if you sign yourname. Grandma today ,{le brave and bold. I wbeft you presented u* with the Potnclana Tree. and told u*,some drove over to the line fence one day where, he tut Jet"
i tree la his old ,
\ interesting fact about general." enemy neighbor with a hUllkOMa"nln'
> E. A. M : With her,family'raised, IIh.'; at liberty AH the classes want"you U know that w* art very proud of It "What yon pefcin to IM fer, alter these *'

To be just: as grand as she wants to bet and shall enjoy watching It'grow Boys. from each clan are taking. years?" asked the surprised and MIIIIWoua'enemt.

Th parent'; job-year in and year out:h.r;-a little and I ''The world has need of her soft firmhand care of It each day, "I'm Jest here t' tell you that flit 1,siening for tb\

little il to build up a disposition of food iportsmonUp With years of wisdom at Its command; I am sure that everyone wu proud to throw a shovel of.,dirt later, and I don't want you nor non;.of,yours s W
there ,
of a taking one' medicine, of facing th. music, of being For just what she did to"two generations"; Mound the, tree. That helped us to feel U belonged. to each one of me.- "
NOW should be done to recalcitrant nations. "Now 'looker here .demanded Jen'
; and reviling not. This senate of Mot always beingright neighbor
reviled wety.
of recognition that perhaps *o'"0 mad a mistake, should b4 happy to ban 70'u visa t* again! when you can. ally my kin's been votlnr this ticket ibiM grandpopW,

Ml out,of some grown-up children. Grandmother-hood Is today in flower.. new MARH OUARDH:;... to these hills,an' tt you dea't want w a votin'fer yOf.

...,,a. seems M* SaID.l Smith Drury .God.grant that *h,;.U8fi h'r,"new, foyxf'po wtL le; ; -e" .'\.> ,.w f Ih o1aM. jest Sit oft tM'Usk.tJ'siua.hla.1 1J" ...... ,

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FOR SALEumiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiuiiinmiiiiiiiii SERVICES OFFEREDniiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiuimiuiittfliiiiiiii NAVAL RESERVE Notes of Interest To Veterans. COMMERCIAL and/ AERIAL '

\ I I bPAIIOTINO
By Jneph t Onm V. A. Contact OfficerAt
roa esLai Studl. ,OaMk nail model. lip 'II., or '00....... Prod Honorably discharged fore\er '
/ba, ll s. L. A trwtntt, Blnnlda I /i _. O.. Del. tosPL n. Stuart Court House West Palm, Beach.Headquarter* PHOTOS
Dft_ member of ,the Marine
Navy, J
9 to 12
Monday comeau
713 Building
W IILT OOOYE 11CORD' PoOR- Corps or Coast Guard are eligiblefor PHOTOGRAPHS WfCfe HELP OU MAKE THAT I
FOR RALIi 1141 I ft. (aart Plakaraiaa. L r .seas. T MwC .l.pl al
l [ "Luekr", Cia ka Mat Frailer, Craak. 00 p ,OeeM. Imo 50. .10 boanwe, enlistment In Class Vof 'Th* Veterans Administration 'ddUne; but %X/
they mUIt'COl1plete
pw1 eb. e1M. a w M eel.[ 05.5 the muted' States Naval Reserve
JOHNSON CUTBItuay RD ; ...a w tope s..b pit. A.k tar Yos. PROMPT, EFFICIENT WWCE GUARANTEED +
R.F. N..S, Walur 1010100th, .410 A 10.04 .001., .5PAYR for Inactive duty, the Miami recruiting ha officially ruled that President their training within nine years p

1t C.wR Jw f1-a0 office said Tuesday, Truman recent proclamation 'after the end or the war i '
BOO tl inal aritaai far TROPICAL SHOP
FOR1SALECOVPLETEl accepted will not be ending hostilities has JWJTO
two oep. pwr.sowt..w11kk.0bNt: It they no In non service w connected
SELECTION t.. a. aatlal aw< to their selective effect on most of the laws administered
required to report? death and disability cases rights /
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii I I I yM !/ ar marA aaiplovaaa. eve NId. Krueger Bldg. Ne\To Western Union
OF SHELL JBWELRY AND .,. A fp law tl tka Itaart Hap.wf1.0 service control boards, and by the VA. depending upon war veteran

APARTMENTS FOR RENT Nov LTIES. WILL SELL ttPO will continue;' to'enjoy: benefits Foremost among these la Pub. status alone such as hospitallza- ___ jL,
i in IT j i
IIIIIIIIIWIIHIHIHUIHtllllHIIIIIIIIIHIIATLANTIC I AT LOW PRlfc, SEE MRS. ABLE WELDING of the 01 bill, mustering out pay lie Law J46 or the O I. Bill as tlon, domiciliary care and burial

HARttR Qjj I INN AT. SERV CE' and other privileges extended bylaw !It Is better known V. S. Parser, allowance will be accorded only NOW ON DISPLAY At Lighthouse Dock 1J

QUIN 'S STQRE, JENSEN to veteran of the armed VA MIami. regional manager, to those who served between +
ANYW ERE ANYTIMEOXYG The Beautiful New 25-Foot ,
BEACrl
FLM NO TILE forces, the Navy said stated today December 7, 1941 and the Presidents -

PHONrl CALtS PLEASES -ACE ITLENE ORVELDING For further information contact The VA ruling held that the proclamation on December CORRECT CRAFT CRUISER rp ,

WHOL AL DEALERS ELECTRIC James H. Reardon, Jr., local date of the official terminationof 3t 1940 Inspection Invited. 5ee U/Tor Detail

WEL ME O MAKEMR .GU TING volunteer recruiting officer the war rather than the cessation Army and Coast Guard cadets
Dealers
ilr t F RS of hostilities Is the determine and Navy midshipmen also are For VenlnorTjnJrCorrect| Craft

NFCHAJ GEN Gas Tax At Air Field factor In establishing affected, the VA ruled,They no Boats of All Types s JiVBoat Broker.

ALE: Flfl toijilaik wllk oraunwfcla. .n. To Courts To Decide the deadline for the'educational, longer active
Up have an duty status
1.... muM tablfl. Rat, N' SERVICE Hudgins Co. ; i,
...t .aa.\Hu r, Hafi'r faatrr TA ONP Attorney General Rules loan and readjustment allow for the purposes of laws administered Jopat i; ,
.
ance provisions of the O. L Bill. by the, VA. Therefore D. Pil i

; COURTAPARTMENTS rod folly SALE.oulp.,, Onr d, k a.ond 15 0.11.aadar 5.51.0 kafit 0.et. N 9122 it Tallahassee Whether a city The tame ruling applies to vocational their service after December SI V. Mile N. St. Uci irer'u.'s. No.1'' HiwayHAND

.. ... sad eradlt j lit host. Cos, ha can provide for a gallonage rehabilitation under 1948 as cadets or midshipmen

STUAKT, FLORIDA kaaM Ja. *.. M.,.Frk a trail./.. PLAY FAFIR I O rL -.W. ka.. I LI.d charge on airplane gasoline as Public'Law is for disabled veterans may not be credited for 'e ranl' ;

AVAILABLE tka a at raapriy p.1o.. o.d w. w. of the fee air- parker, laid. benefits.
WHEN JL ..Moto. part for leasing an
tab New..lhoo.
FOR SAUtt _m aafrlnratar, l 5 .p .K PAINTED AOVIRi1SINGN
Owabtarfarelaa..., ..*..HaoMkaaplall. ,Ik _..II". fa 0hla in.M..na I51 out. I4Rrawbro field to private parties Is some Under the O I, Bill. loans The VA further specified that
.. A.I Ioftdll+_ Ion,tt.e.,0. Sn III thing for the court to may be''guaranteed or Insuredby wartime rates of ,
W. T. PAGET. J... ... | .114 1 bwltb .. ,.b.. decide compensationwill
I.dlvldoo4v I ,.d hp NPIRELLA. Attorney General J. Tom Watson the U pp to 10 years after continue to apply to service- I
VU.WHON tilt FOR pp., l.'WP No.. .C.xp.1..
SALE R CASH ..W, 500.10. 01 has advised William Lazarus.. the end 01 the war. Educationor ronnected disability and death

limilNIIIIIIIIIMIUMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFOR I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Entire Oac.o mock Front, state aviation supervisor jobtralnlnl'ma, be started cases for members of the armed I '

SALEnMimiwiimiitniiHiMiiiiHiiiiimmi' 152' with t one 5RBpletk DRAGLINES kr day a* amtH aad ) uel L Phify toss..ll.Ws Op.y. 1500 Lazarus asked if' a city In up to four years after the war ,forces Ut1ur the official termination r,
Dwelling co cementf N t>alm War L.- Wortk Fla' Readjustment allowances for
leasing out Its airport could require of the war.Construction .
I
li II SI llflrb. 0. It 05. II
l l l floored Ga f get, 1 Ribbons, Mar a. u. U payment of a, certain discharged veterans who are Unemployed ill-WAY '
FOR) SALE! It fart HuAtaaa II...,. I Wslks. Sol A ,
amgnr or asT expire two after ll 0 t
I amount gallon gasoline years underway
H f awtkoar4 motor fraMlcally MWCm GHOST WRITCRl Cimndmtlal, d> per on on
'b a... .1 H.dl,.f.l! Co. iN.nl; Unit. at CO | alto River f vanilakl aarv,ft "' pakltoltr aatokfilhim /- sold to airplane owners. Attorney the end of th* war. nearly $37,000,000 In contract I 111
.r L..... Ztrap, u II 'l0bw.y No. t, Titles CUC. ps0 .. N .h l OI. SuanJ.a ,
Frontage
tr. not FI. General Watson pointed Disabled veterans eligible for awards for new Veterans Administration I II
}
Murphy-sct fcquirediApplyowner I, U. II, to the state law which prohibits education or training under hospitals or fore additions /- '

IoR I11--EItbt.R.0 itos.t RR1ONERECf..llol throo pod.r Ergenzinge .River.sod. WEf WASH cities And towns from collectinga Public Law l< face no specific to existing hospitals ,

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bwk roe. t Drive nd HoapiUl 1 St.
---
I.J.w. gasoline tax In competitionwith
M I.I0R LAUND Y SERVICE
Jso. N. Fob. t
the state although they SOLUTION OF LAST WEEKS PUZZLE i

p.io.d.OALO 1141.tar I.a I 4.10.asadldo.veldt.. Otto Call FOR IAL11 fl.h/n/ AI I.of 101.ss.. 41 Pflpr 44 Atlo.p00 will. are permitted to levy a flat llc-l ACROSS ?.. f. Wadlne blvd I BARGTAINSLARGE I

pk.w 114. tt. e.w,' .H. a, It... a.. 40. 141,5. Your I ndry'*ewefully, ease fee Or tax on the' business 1. Wicon trackT ,, .. _- .. 0. Halaptnl laver I

FOR RALLO v.r at iota. Yost 4.. 50.04.P01t washed cl< n and returned] of selling gasoline i. Flat Fl.a.rlrcula p c;;; !LE. .,t-( A N a ::;: IDTS. IlCITY
10. .
,.
.
ol.bio level St. Ueto Rio NA1.1: F .. ..d I% lb 0p. i '
CI. to sob..! I afcaa M No... HTEKk ..e0. Ns. rook 5.04. Yost p., to you da for h me d'1.- .. On cads. ..::1' A P !I AGE RillE u. Painter used In 100 .x660 i
., P. 0. Ar 11 WATER CENTRAL BOOT 11 Lltfrarr: fraf R OJ''a. I ,
I.t. Ntu.r1 ing and I nin,. ,We will maiiuU / T ERG I V E R SAT HoQae: II IIa '

FOR IALai 1o, fidln..oddl. o,4N.rlono. Pill RAIN hod h IIeaow pick-up>> an deliver LK| give MEETING IN LAKELAND Ornun, of IK* ill R MIA''N I" 01"e.uangtlt ON GOOD RD SURFAC ROAD I

40. Hob./ N.4.F. NI. $ /tilts.., Root ffrenl a4A, ,o. and Iil.4 R b ho.. ICk 4 5.1..Oadn I yea two dlys senrlee\>n this Water, water everywhere. and Riv mapla r InArlionl trwaM. 5 T ERE FiI C II ROD 5 IL DIe' .lon 01 s I SEE a

gl.na A.4., J'I' economical wet .....a.nL Rate not a drop to waste," may well PAS H Y DEli! GEE fl. J.I.f.W'P.lt. : 1* '

F.Will ML10 war/flee/ Pd s1 1...0050. J.N.H.R.ibt ... FOR,, AL11 A ...lb h a trail., so'CI. 'c per Lound. Weighed be the theme of some ten representatives 15. Trlnniulir.wa lIMP E D E Iii A L A R I C tea 11., suprloev.Shelter r \
., Jaw. It a1 osbt ehs.f. A p 4 bor. Poled'I' who meet In Lakeland TTO U
erp.w Nht wulrb mob. 0 a.wwt bl.Sw.ht Minimum bvndle 1. Slbarlm rlrar 1 LEOiJ! ELM S III Z E T II iuRrtdeiis: In. ,I IN
1010 tAI.Nt Nr nl .5 .f p.of.rro1.web New t0.lo u.pa .bot.u,. 10 pound,! V January SO to shape up a program IT BacondnandH. E DNA M U IIJJ S T dl"'U
I. I. S to0 p..,. Wolf. RAN I'NINNRY. U.FORS all Mnk.Riva.. amepol I00. ", I
to Interests llpulent
Nlset satisfactory DIP I 5 D A T Sill r& / \'Ini J
Nat 44 aro a two pe\Ib : :t 11 ::J.
J
:
WET W SH8c '
5.0. Ia. II. EB for ultimate solution of the
IJ. t n. H I E R GLYPH i C S ii llecno asst 1 1taut. !
Fit!! CANINE Art Matal PEOP E'S LAUNDR! water question Result of this aERN Sl 1 VAT t \'mla It'with;

4aiaiarflktut o.k., I era a b..Mal. oh... sine. with ar laL NC. LOW hone 287 \ meeting and later sessions will 11 Ru slur'/ Ifll W T T II N !I "' L Y Ia c.-Iu s mix. Radio or Appliance/Troubles? ,

pw. Rw N o.er at tb NI Maw. ON OR M E LOTS _]j form the basis' for proposed I!':. Uotr/e11 Mm.U/ 001.1. .,. I\! O.rmas taro .10'
CALL
RUIT EESSE state legislation In, April. IL I '" 44', 105. k '" -
TYPINOI 'okred: :'tl {4. Up1.:=. 01 bra: Wool r :i m., est r
IIANUSCRII .l. an0St.
POP. NAI.R: obl.w boot, / r N fbbs. Croups and their representatives II, ., .... .
ty.n k.lp. .NI r..w sloop'Ptespt. II Oroon cut In s Ibo bn0 ox..o.t BARTL PT BROS.
,.,silk,C.f. 1 N.N.l. N.beak. lb.toll. food too., I ,Pd.nd.b15. BN 10.tiw.1511. vile Smart DerIhsw.d attending the. Thursday ::rl Oh.. 1 oe.4r.: f'.od month DOWN ::: Nude:, .allow.M. ,
pb.. Rld. Pb... II. 04SOR follows ... 19. A.t.rlk So IIInAU ,Pins ands for-
CH LES ONRAD P1.44. peeling are a* : 1F.rO : .j JH
51. rot Nl.w 0. klo I % IT thrt trnmp
NAL Dp.k.bk ha 1. toad la SAL RN SHORES Jas. 0, 14. 1. \FlorIda Dairy Industry :Asn, JRounll4. rot, a ff.datelb.
wtlea. A bope..wew rise arkaal.i : :J: :: r lloowedtonq t Sma11, drum l.a: : FAST .EFF I '+
0( varatf* aar 'tf EXPERT IANO TUNr110-aep0ldw.: Efpest Oraham. Miami; Florida I. :. II.: 1LAividanl 'fRELIABLEi ;

'wsw (p.1 n i ww.. N. 141. 100.04. FOil IALEI ._ ,ot hme or 00.1. sb.w.pbr I, f.etey n.lros.0s..wobwl Ed 5.N.bond Ns.teoIto. sad Vegetable Committee, R, Y. :;: Nklll 11a1t :t T.bN-ts04 i,' t Frown Ypasl.b; wafr lady but Mrtrte measure.Ia0 \
... .... ... ti ER CE
to Idwllp III. .w. aro.w. two.
FOR Oolao NAT.Woods: 10.14 oeo.4.II. 0. V.1,100 I 00, 11.d soot. ....d. II..... .q, raw .w.... P"... Creech: Belle Glade Florida \ I "
roolrl.pln.. tools pro.... I. R.df.M. IU11111111111iItl IIIIIIIIIIIIIn111111II VIOLIN MAICrR rapalri I Now .l.k forest Park Assn, William r J ;t. /.a 5 1 / 6q--T Otceola Ave. Phone Stuart 209CLARK'S !
aw 41. Haka fruit. II laatd Haataa, B| III. 0.w.sew. Jacobs, Tallahassee EvergladesNational : f
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JailMii If
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)040.1, MuikM p wt, 4,.,. F RENT Park Ann Pres /. .4. 3. ,+ .- .- 4 4'I
,oh. Walt. i
Rwtea. P U. MMiiiHimniin IInfl,1111H111lIInu11 DRrslRVICC
Ao ttl, Jww. aab PIa. N FOR KtNT, ..0 A0w ....,.. ..u,. ROUGH Mark Wilcox Miami!; Phosphate\ I IIS t
,ll, Mrtu and .... .lu404. P11.ne. VLAUNDRY SERVICE Mining Industries,Wayne Thom- '
.. I 1
FOR AL10. N.w 0. Craft CnlMTrMrarr ITT I -I I
04 .L Chrp.br A 1.04.0 anln.. .. Plant rVrv'. flnrlrfa CV>rmBureau 'I i1.)
'
1111' n Hua 5..sn ho npm.t.N. FOR RENT, An ..100. Pt .000005k ;; PAINTSHOP
1. 1 item. No.t Cs.et pales tws, a 0f Rw.t. R.u.4ek. Lacy Thomas, Omv.land .- 8 y 20 21
11-W. Lad. Rl JL M I U. L Na1 Groro A'r, ill. 414 Can** an. You sundry car ully wash, ; citrus, Randall Chase Sanford $ 0ti1 OVER A&P STOfcE ON 4 | STREET:

tt. FOR INN?! 1,, saps, host and .d, alt Flat Wlrlfr sheets, 24 l.S 2.f We are prepared tJ andlg any type Job : '
FOR I 1t Mrs., t alaaa wlekatay row boot tar I ,. N4 Mot flbinl. pillowwlips, ete I ironed and fll 123;
The League of Municipalities
skis. d molt...! lor uaa.Artkar Ucunlta, rm I w 1, ph... / I
tpop..l I ,..w boot bakaana 1t1J.n wearipk apparJl dried for representative will be present AUTOMOBILBfAINTINGLET f
Pew. tl ,alp al., tfPOR 21 28 JoJ t lI
home i insning. ff* can give and the Florida State f :1if
Cattleman OU/CXK
FOR RENTi "fm t. 1 000.asbbNab. US MAKE THE LOOK LIKE NEW ( ;.
IAI adsl f h.repower owl ..t., r At0.rL Roos.lb. two wiya s f rice and will : 'r .
N,!.,. 5o t stop .fib .10.41 ... Osa Apo ..0t 104 C.wd.. ,p.. you Association ha* been Invited ,-i 32. 33 J4. NO JOB TOO LAfTGE Ot TOO SMALL I I' I I / ,
Ntrlin .rod .p.lkn Pwt.t. J.n. tea. pick jipMndfdeliver, your to have a spokesman on il :
root T.lr Rwt Y salwwo tf (iiiiMMiuiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinLO3TI4 laundry, lie Uia ecemonica! hand for the discussion Estimate Subrnfted 1 Withou\Obligation : ,

POI NALR: | M U 01.1101 tat Ma, ; FOUND Service foi y/ur family. 35 $ 'IW ,. ,
.11, abet Ib h H5.1 nst.. A I' /l ,, W RyCLARK, ProprietoV j,I 1Id, i
IHHIHnnnlu Illlnll 100P0II111IIIIIPOUND. General
5 Y Ibb.. Ave., Attorney Say
e t Rr J... 07NIPTICR tool .hlIo f ola der, 510,5la. RAW ONLY
Decide 1
bl.e5 w p. 0. A4S P I. lOc PflR POUND County Judges 37 -- --- --- u ... i Itr
,CRA t boo. aaiaalalaatraltkt Cl..10.LOOTo. Competency Of Drunk ---0
.lab of d d ka ra / 1' I : i
b o.h.oonp not llnlakaa oA .. d .. ... ......... --p-4r7
wrpb0.y 11111 tM .L te / N. Is T. .1 157.4 0.L. Whether a U such it y
a rte ... Otn.wTOI : PEOPLE/SUAUNDRY/ person a \ ;1 ;
drunkard a* to be unable to THE MUSCLE-PROOF WATCH (
MLR, Nod s..M wk LOS' 0.. ,k 0 b10www .... Urlr. P o 2111 "
tl fin. Piet,, adapt P.Iw Ip. dhow town. It '' manage his affair and thus n> fallacies about i1
Pte.. lee.w. .tt ,pto. It to ; Iph NI. ::::5. quire appointment of t guardian Fact and your timepiece : I 11 ''h'' '

ran BALE. A f. lek., 010.1. [.N N.w.niiiiiiiiiiiiiiviiiiiiiiiMiiiff od. / illinium. MURPHY//do ONALDSON Is a question for the county 5i '2L' 1 I No watch keeps perfect time. Fine traction and expansion of the j ;' ;
MMHn,, Mw l0I.IN aN wh/b/ FLO S DING 'American railroad watches will metal working parts unless the {
tDe P/0/ U.N 1o, wt.p .'I.. A tboo1.N OTICES ANDFIN ING judge to decide. Attorney General 53" ILL I I run from one half to a full second watcA I Is a very cheap one. It'a I' I
111/11I1111I11/ I IIIIIII' full 1111 11111111111IPENCRN ONER J. Tom Watson believes. In fast or\low l every day, and one beraii.se even the best lubricatingoil 1 '
/ 00 pH t I lalt aillakhhaifcar I SI",f PORTS far wojrt. Man. P answering 'an Inquiry from 10f the jnost expensive watchesyou Ickens in cold weather, get '
iw b .0,, Lwt .. h.lto L. Do....'. 11 Osw.. P. P. BO604 '
at aa> cai buy-a little number thlf In hot weather. Compensator .
..W p 0 ep 0p IS t...",. ailla. acrtkirraaty A... Fort ,orp Ph.. 1a I far County Judge William C. Brook- I(34(
abort QIf 10.1 .0pint.ent 1 q to which i r Wai's' for around $5,000 balance wheels and hair-
Paad ta iHimii'imiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflliiiiiiiiiiWORKVVANTED11' er of, Tampa, he pointed out will bimoff. ota manufactured of
hbaOoomow w00o 1.1rbs. one eighteenth sp ngs newt
,. PECIA tht: the law permits the county t "
w paph pww10 LE second %very day 'perature-proof metal alloy
C. w. 1
M Pe,. OII CStlb.5411. b .mod._. ...... iiniiNiiniifiNiiiniinnnniiitiiHiiiiifANTFDlt LAWN OWING ERVICE Judge to Inquire Into the mental H'UTTO "Don't wind it too tight or you'll J luive greatly reduced weather j I
r..rFO 'break thiVsprlng!" That old errors in timepieces of all kinds,
F.... .. u POWErf LAWN MOWER or physical condition of any 'person
I'OIOITION ,010, N and : 1
warning meaningless today, when you set your watch, turn
POI RALat FW, 4 fly .bwrtY. band, s I. Olo.w..d. 510.Cs.R HAVE YOUR LAN CUT upon proper petition, wnen ,.1' I : The stroniifft man on earth rig the
II. Jo.. d. 80. III, Ja' bits Only inrstnktn4 I
'_111,11_ d5.Reba 41. J... I. N I N ... REtULARLYVT he 1 II believed to be Incompetent I couldn't wfcd most modern fiurt' it a stb\\ I
00504, tt'Oa (mniJiiiiiiiliiiiiriiirniiiininiiMiiiiiiANTED I I I I I I l l l REASONABLE TEE b y reason of sickness, drunkenness Radio\nd Appliance Co. i f watches hail' enough to break(blocks 1 the hands be move I ,
[the malnsprilI I Manufacturer forward A smooth descent from
SALat i CHARLES H. I
1474 JACKSON excessive \use of drugs or
Mb. 5.oo5 I
, .l, I have made thi "n711scie proof 80,000 feet !in the substratosphere, .
oiN .latpb.-t Natu AMC 501..rove. C1.N move. 1111111111111 I ill II I II I IIU1111II R I II 11111 SOfWest Third Insanlt). Tiny watches Just III aceu to sea level won't disturb a good he '

a Q a G 5.71 Fob, b 4.71.1939 .. WANT.. TOjBUVl.Klna araam 4105I. Wrifc, P, O. Box S [t EAT BVD 9 r !ate as blr on when they watch one lota-.it'a been tried-abut Sc'' (J JJW
Mirlaar
ot. prlM Court j
NRLP ulrto AT SODA rouwfSTUAIrrfDIVO IN. toDo properly a Just(' but they n a jerky drop of one foot may> 1
IS YOUR LIVER seldom take u uch break the balance staff t ta ,
CORP. ArPLYMCPIATtf" Y. pee K tn0hle 04010 p.., 5... \ pun or Wea',
O den Je 4- aat aaa HaaaSM ?oa Eleetromode, EvWMBt, Cren Electric: and ;ment Watches he dla the hairspring. Thus, if you
' atsort FleNOisp..,, wlti1'1111115..WIM I I ot a dime and hoe Icknesa fe a wristwatch don't bang the A' c
Sedan CRVIHt FOR HELP half dollar can't bevxpectfjl to table to attract a waiter '
WANTED RINTI 5.0104 Ihod tkpk/p., 110.11phl.tp ; .
1938 Cheer I Saba n r.w. 500.0 1. p,0.so t..0. taw.. et 51 .00 Dr.s C..s because of eonaVmUor/or flrcatlont EconomaiterJfi\h\ Or Without Fan absorb as many har kn asa Some people boast they're so full (' l to
Both a.so.bk. I.. J. P. Y.C10sr a Hatlo.N faulty < standard railroad-: d t nip. of animal magnetism thatwatchea le
taro very.eo : N 00 11.11 It... J... N. F.b. I FFA BOYS TO bloated with If yoVrejJbuloui laRJKadMhy. sour Wins, EttateJleatrol a \ Watches, like dogs, b a di1- won't keep time. That* 9

itionPh FLORAL EXPOSITION ATTEND 8TATI FAIR rauchy, you m yJKputtlns; too Oil Heater ferently for different! stern. nonsense. Laboratory test have { IG '
.291JWl l burden on your aVnutotalne*ntta- One which U exception y accurate shown that no one is that much + I

lY M0 R COM NYf AT STATE FAIR 19 dlee.ted food tMtfrarfcutrefMUre, COMPLETE klRE OF ELECT C HOUSEHOLD when worn by a s LARGEST If' SOOTH TAMPA, Jan. -More than SUM* tame, Jfhlch! <%lad the businessman for exam mat tons Just forget to let theiR I, A
roR 000> members ot the Future Far.mere IVHerly. ni 4'Om moo prop- become erratic when' wed watches jf'ol' '*
NALp, 10.1 4 00Mt. atN ---f'oo' en L Um.tor i v.yO urdrab I by his athletic I son or t bug Most people know that sudden I t
0..Nan of America representing liver CalotAu blip APPLIANCES ,1
010 ppty 001., 0t000.1 /. Spread out over greater area IfietUmr
daughter. This Is been cold
wol t 110 fla hats 110 chapters in every eountyofFlorida B tur. ( th. pu4 efaoW asd e Pry sometimes naps mamas I
p. 1... t.kt, xcaus* of Increased entries, xutlmllytomach our time you move you enposition nle he springs. but many are not awarethat rk
aae r.I. art. Florida State Fair' annual floral will Attend the Florida hies Masse 011'.1. EXPER RADiOAND APPUANCLREPAIRS of your watt in r thunderstorms are even ;h '?i
web. ,
.t... t t 01.0..0. keadtoeo, exposition' largest in the State Fair on. Fsture Farmer's urt Ilka < old Catottb UN *1 wr lion to the earth corj and ; worse saboteurs Electrical' dla 9 l ,
ri/ htta yt ; 11. ...t 1100 ao Day, on Saturday Feb. t, according eUA 10 and 3M at your drug; tug of gravity glvrf nry charges in the atmosphere durIng ... f
1 .bo 0 1011. I b 1 1000, et .1 South, will be brilliant lit blooms, 204 Osceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dept. stresses to its gears al be'arln' a storm often attack minute 'i l 1
M/p/ I ..1 '0.00.e fet, 4 to 15, because of the troPIcal -' to Doyle Connor, Starke, r<4CAlOTHB: If your watch happe !to beconilmagnetized carbon-sulphur flaws In the I 1

k 0.II. w.w..h Iw.{. PM winter weather which left State President. by a dy< mo or al steel\ causing It to break and 1 e1
Pw ( .n even the most, delicate plants X-ray machine then s. simple "am works I
a. ,way to take out th f Juice. Expose you must open your watch to l ;
untouched by frost, Beatrix It to the sanp magneticfield > Junior see the wheels go 'j
SALE James superintendent has reported again, and twJl it round '
Modem ;; LACK of CARE--4NOT AGE-MAKES CARS OLD and 'round as you re -eat from It..' i Iuan"L airrl condition room. :
t te .
Block
terete
The same watch |U I keep different Dmerwlse. may have to pay
Bedint m Houe time in Win r and sum to a repair uJ Job Infinitesimal I

( t>l, of. compostmV BAMMEB3: SAWS HAlTEIt DRIVE IN TOMORROW F\A( COMM.ETEJgffecK-UP. BE SAFE-NOT mer Indoors anafbut. In aero pal%-lea of dust can clot thelifOI' 4
r flop W. W-Jaefc F STATE FAIR,OTEJONq temperature the average watch and if damp air get Into
e> SORRY KEEP \ will lose ten setonju: In twenty- you vatch. the moisture will
V-W.-Ta. Baodwn saik YOUR CAR GOOD IR. four hours; underfc & ,
C 'I I blazing sun eond to later and may cause ,
TAMPA. ,,tJart as Clattering : It will gain ten. Tils Is not due rust must ruin more watches] I
Seel s-reys in hammed tillS bunlng tawf added I EXPERT REPATWIL1 ICC AT ALL TIMES ." u generally belltttd, to the con- than A other cause combined,

?T r sp'jle 'to the pandemonIum 'over "I 1 ,,
the 45' acre Florida Mate Fair! .

WFh. tP. this week. an army of arttoans [TAR CO. I.

fl 4r a.eb in feverish haste battled gainst f' ., C & E WAXKEROsceoUAv '

rshy. time to ready the. M mammoth 4 U1W K NEW: Rift!!1 ARTHUllVjSBORN AND OSCAR METERS* .

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f..EIGHT TIlE STUART NEWS\ STUART, Martin Coootr, FLORID, 'TUTRSDAt, JAN II, -




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F'' : M, 41gacUom 8 r 1 I. T. *. J.< R. I _____._ ___ -. I DIKE AND DUTCHES nslT, : Sunday wheat;they were vlaltlni "EAT MORB TOTATOES"I paign: wiy t bq 'designed b B

: LEGAL ADVERTIStMtNT K I LEGAL. .. ADVEKTISCMEMTr ... I Gall rcs; Display Work j CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCED consumers io
", -- --- --- K1 learn Gardens to take a look courage : "lay k
NMIA' 1R0 tOt at *.WI.lulna., f
i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 117np'aM1111' /. : "1' UUfc1rRKA : NOTICE or INTENTION, Tallahassee. Jan. r7O'urNS: ) In at the lao ous' "Aunt JettleV The Florida farm Bureau has a' ,supply of r good quality p,.
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\ I" AND FOR MARTIN COUNTY, < K :AOKITION NO I. B.Ul TO 01 Ot.\I& CORPORATION I '
FLORIDA .II hSb I contrast to their former attitude toes fir winter'meal..
1 .LlnM S otato'lI'owen
Ina U, "..r, lit, RsotkS.> 2i" 24: I 1/,." I. ...., I/I.i.. end'A' .... 142-year-old camellia bush, advised Florida j ,
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS': '1'. t H., B:. 41 romp/"njai X ,I.io;". ..f ('h>rl. I Ida, Aial 1111, Io aack of tha cniTor.attun.
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51.90.
I. 11\o\ Rk: : 11 11TNItNTPN'R II.I ra blow kc .m. b.ln. tutorIroratad and Duchess ot Windsor, now Mrs Alfred B. Maclay. owner ot Farm'' Bureau request the.national
1 ,' JAMU II:8JAtToN. -i..J. .p YHR! 1517 FRNAi', 1M1.11lSVRMl i unoai, tha Lava of kurida. '41 It formal
at Talla the Gardens wasn't a
hunting trip
.._ rM.erd'wT. ....., t 'UNO 4 7N6 bTATILor ...>..11.... to tka ...tO'dod ./k. a.eror.ry on quail Association ot Food Chain
....... .I'.a' and 4. ,.. HhaHIon YutniUfrtalt ,.t Muur. oack .Dd "..., ..Hillc..r. hassee were rraclous to a photographer Interview but it was:enough to has announced a special: pro

Itorrairdl) \ L1wrt.Nr ,I....It R.. ,0.4:11004't.b.1 Ittl.y.M'raUong. Nr aplHNir 5oro cUnuucnt Is 1t." f.N.e.:.Haf.f IkrorMa w I and repor( ter whq approached : prove that' the Duke) and Duchess ducer-consumer Campaign on

... Tr041.1 ... .m and ..... idvr I*. I
A. I "Mrtnant. of then tor picture last are nice people
the Period
/ potatoes for
Ik 30
Vim aid w* of y,.. ,i. hawaraMtlflvit k""dIj. pru 20014'4050004, tU7I,,, L.wH vi.t'k i Jan. D
'i aad iwaultW la *. ear.I.IR. 8, D t OTH p'EHl"' ''. c.1 Aw. ... lul. ... .. .o anew -- -- ------r----- through February The cam
and demand.hl.k i *,. or althnt I... ... 1.17LEGAL 1M It ",..., 01 150,5,1Art. I ,
if ...., ..., hava ..:..... I ....... of I u "t0. L.OU t0.indrotroe .. LISTEN TO -
Jam. H. IiI .lIo". .......,*>.< MfarrfdThli -- / .vt .brit o'd10.1'. wb.a\ LA'
,. .. ._ .11..k/. .h.1t rr4 J. H. SEMEN 110 di...,. n. end ....,.. tl
Ith..t,,*. Ja.tNe" late ..f rid' C..a"" P :
to tho Cwnlr Ju RI .lIh l....... I ::,'r"'b"::' : : orp4u. .I= I I 1/Ut1ti K CANNED
)'tv"... .t I. n/A I. t C.... Nwreat NO71 11 \\.1.0' that ,.. wt ''n 1hW' rw.ntim. 1 e
...*.... .rid.' I. ,.hI'" ""l.d. c.u.fi: M. arty da.on p..4... ?
.. .. mnlfia ham .Ih e of lM d1.Ol Marl, JO.30. .dUsndo' I .....10... If ('b._ l FOODSGALORE
., t pubIk."... of ....t. nut Ji..h .1aI. 1..7. I L7t Arty 4f ''u. Low. Plur/d.. .. d 1 .

I! ::1\/\ ,w Lie drmrd the .;: Iw InIA.n.o moot Porl p1Im NOTICa YNt '.'.. IS Mf.rl II''it.(u..1t. Y at. .IVEN....'. THAT .nnhdwl, .4o. .11I..III I Oert/kd.. .r",. 5a/or Ih./ Gv."A .at !
I ((1fL
d(kr Nddree. IAe e1Nlmn end 5Ye{ Lo. of un. uI.h lilt O/ '.11 Uor 4so.i 't oo1d. _,,,,.tlo.. furuJ. ,
"br .o4rO to hr Ih. ,"1.15.nt. .sent. >
i tM ""k..'.. -.., Ie'' In Malta
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4.m HU\I
ftlid ............. "1., I... ; 't... .(t'Jollol ,.W o.11 1 d. 0.0' .1. Come-Sec the variety of !Xn
I 17th' dai of ,....... It.'j puhS6 outcry' t' the. You.... 5114II..I I IAMIt! P"..._ 8....... -- -- I tL: Pack Canned Foods that'
b isIS hld..1. a Xor'' r utt'l OUl: 'i AIr.l': dOlIOtt.5, n... fill lot.
MXlOK HfU< I :II.;" ) h.i: ;.."4. iif1. A 'd.,. ''M: .,.u. 1Iu1. InkIVlII -&", \ shelves. .f your A Ic t Stipn(
II. A. Adnl..?.alatrli nf tar Slut s othe ..n .ri.b1 ,.,... ,1tI1 Ru..U \ Confined la hit bed In rht San FnnchcoVftwam Eve
trf J..... II, dn.ltoaJim 00_' ,0,4 '2 .P. o. /ATYURTH -. (.0........ .....-I.dl. .".' Administration' ( Honpilol and Market. lie prepared fur nU
of IHRUAK41.
!(,, ".... ...:..... 'to .. JaStlBwk. TI.. gtid.ru der an.d. a.2LR21.0 ..d.mom .. Iwklbo H., ronUo. IYa. Bob510044. .bound br cant !that !__ only hit and. rainy days with plenty ,low
xhrdt." rid J Y. aMit04. .. .... ,,"dUYa ( .4145. Corpora '-.alwri Mom, Wed.. 'ri.. ? 1 '
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ray road rlBhfi-'war f arm h... 93-y.ar-.ld Sanmd Fmndt. of 1 at home, Save I money, (lUll, II
MII'IIAt.L O. LITTMAN Ow $.ndoA 114 (... D. 04th ride 4th Palo Alto CalH thorn how W '
.. //1 I. ,f.il h.r dinNN, "copy of pomhj ,
Atf.r.y Adm4rianMt' i>f t" rrolcrn IOs HI" .4, ou doof IMe ...... ,. .bll. ,ImH It .bo ptcturoj food vnatrii) to Kanf In tnt SON 943A.; r these modest A ft P prices
.. o ear
:: munlelp.lhdo' PIftY ,_ t $$5.| Stool WUMI4/ f MCWK III
190 :
1), M. 11. O4t. ,.'k .III.. of thr *'nur line of CouWroad. Stux.l, ..?j, Nw. Y ,,... ..ublu0rd randtceo.dootta1LH... H*
lwca!.4 at.lda."" of ,, ,. ... ....... R/A
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT formerly. locarp.a>.it.d .o10. o0RR.... u"."" h.. II. 01 of pint which It* contractaa1 while a* W I
11 '1 d' n. rlinn, I .100" \ M qlu Reliable Green Beans No 2 tan
Lot I. HdjrV S. HICHI.AMWl :, ,. Amy Ak Cadet date yt.n "|t>. 19c
i, NOTICE OF feLL N > Flm/ 1"IN'/ '.... Plat 1V ,"n 1t b?, I AW harounto -
INU NOTION
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of van of A.IIIttttId I ?( N'', ..f SBUIn : "" 1 I. "I I I' ..., the G..t awl ZUYDER ZEE No 2Cu43c
>. PB I. fan !.. 8it.llon 4. Ttl I ,"I,' ",," '1,1. tY .111... ath" More \than 40,000 veterans hrtcperatlnj .!
NARTIN COUNTY, 4( ILA.J.nwrr J. R. E:.(41Ul ." '.aIo...' 04. II. 5516d their own businesses ASPARAGUS C T SPEAI .
ii, IAfr' ,,. ".4 ,121'.i
It JII..h l 4. UllULN! GATK I with O. I. loans guaranteed by "
NOT7'E Is HERENY VEN th.I.i 11 II .1 pool of Lot Y. Mil.. orHnwn 51:2260'BE A & P PUMPKIS No. 2Y} Can 20cIONA
i Nnu.nt to R..rttan if w ChaYuY08t. OroDt .. I. PR .1. re.. ..(....., ot IUI, Veterans Administration *
: ., 1550. o[ Flwldo, o! 1911 41. I' B C.., T. S. IS II K. 41 ,
ii .od fl.clton Y Ch.plw 1417. L. of.t ? ANK IPA A & P SPINAC 2 C
.t i bride, Aeu f 1.11. r5.sded byI IMI 10 and U. HI.k It. (101.. rue f RKEQ No. 1&
N. 11, /. nlHr 10' L.w. ,,fIwld. DAN, GATE PARR hrln. H I U
.. IY/1. I h! folio.Inad. of part at Lot I. Nil or H...... '
,robed Iwd / Y.t.x tuunlO ITorN (;...., a. In I'B I. lair 51. T. Sl t OTl el'3T 5 Q+ 's': "O"flrfPraoyy SLICED BaETSTl cans 25cNo.
R. I. 41 --'"

od.Ny Ir, I. Ir.d lift100 / THE HUOHIM'; ITS AND Yea, y.atdte 2 Cu
/ / /., of Ike ,Ih ukMNf'.1 HI.IKkS! IN IUK1 aAlrKNO UK "'tidr8 "' Bankm '
A & P Golden COllN
tor.uMla. 1'1- NY r. ISO A /l> E ?. SMARTU5E'i UR 7'osdp.0 o.,, lit
more er I,.. brllon '. Iu thn. of Lot liL..r; IK NAN i o"dPNdgon. KO1
R E lIII .. bON ORAhT' T. X. III R. E 41 GIL04N WISELY- rohit IONA 3

to ulf,,," forfur ..1.. ,.. ",,,". L.... 7 .nd .. 1406.' I: lAb 1. PONT LET rT 6ECOM E ..1 MO AIr 1199And,, PEAS, No. Can .. .. 12c
,ha k'ubaotohjart an" Aerl .0. b'd.I .\. I 8, t. .ID. 11. 11 and II Blk .j
,. to th. .i.h' fed 'b. 'un, .f 4 Lo''.i 1. it. 4 and t. bib U.Lo. A BURDEN fKAY' IONA APRICOTS No. 2U Can 2&
I (....l........ of ... ...pe .. .. T and a. Dlk K Lot KTnrt r

I Ill.trh-l. ..to ro1etb..t.l..4.. .II r n .t f/lwk u. .
U. .' et tUY .
h 1\\ dork' A. M"aa tAe "t.I ru 1, Rlock M, fcT. I.UUSiM.tr t l r BELL BREARRAINE
i' ..,.. It47, Eaaaajpa,,a for d........ .d ( FARMS k.it,, & ,D ( FLAVQllFRtSHFruits I
I ,,", rorldw.tlen' ..d ri.da purlMv.N. ", will r 0 rot >. churn, of lot tl t and all at
}4 Carved. 1 of nx .. satO II and II tnv III IM MilanHaa.oa I do want to return to 0>.
\ t.b: : ; .lll not
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\, ablest!
ami and / ilMoI w 0..... 1. ... ItItC \lot of BAKERS ege
old d. Then wen a .
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!I. i 1. {II !J. NOAKH OP. (rOMMISKIOMW Of : : 141. things' wrong with them. 2f I

UISTHU1 SVtRGLADtS' //( llKAJNAbh I MARTIN 0" COUNTY( COOMIHIItNLk 1'1.A'KliiA. $. But thera .... Mm. tklnn "... --.-:--.......,.....,. GREEN BEANS, s. .. 29c
', Circuit Court H.nll j jrl.rk Klrrutl' Court I1'NTr, that. wtrt partlj all rliat about. _
) H, I POtUII"Y/ ; : R PIONRNIttSo GREEN TOP CAR! S 2 bch.. 19c
Circuit' Court of Marlln VmIn ,
Conner Clerk of f hrmlt nt
.Id ''burly
; I I p. ., d.. A. aunt fw ..id x..aJ.U BY Uu y "hY na D.I.n. ( the old days, "It'a man : Your Harotf- 1
$ T. M. Gun IMpmy. Clerk "i" I Wanted mon pay, ha asked hia 18k GREEN CABBAGE I ound. w 4c
(: t' Jan.,7.._Ys. 1Y YMd rebrgR.y s. IY.7. .. tr<.. 0.: boa for mm pay d.other: : cot ,
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i LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT -,- NOl --- it, or h. hunted for .better job,
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" N or h. did nor or better work; ; BAKING POTATO 10-lb 59c
w or and want into business -- fJ11li 1171 _
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( NOTICE IN TAPE f"IRr'IIT COURT FOR M".. 't"uLi r. NORTHERN SPINA 2.: bs. 25c
. TIN COUNT STATE OF tLORIOA .
1 Cenrfl.wFhrrld. t
MatMn January 30 j These days ho forms Dimwit '
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IBtl. \ :HANCtRY NO. Into with 800,000other f.Iif
,i Iii cwict infernatlo contact It.Imottit a monopoly APPLES Rome Bea 2-lb 27c
and all work ..
man they stop ,
*(In'11IN rltlOHf GIVEN IhRl)
i.I i......nl ... Srell.ni. joiaplw lum \oROER i TO APPEAR Vtttconi Admlnlitroiioni efflca. and paralyse not only their own MEALS ARE LIKE BUDGETS THEY
'i 1005 (d ih.4dn. Aru.I I U11. h/ow. industry but half th. htduttriea
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aIM Rt RI'HY. A< T. ,tnv fl. loolnfl I't' PUptHIILtnr .. in the nation-putting thouu ds HAVE 'TO BE BALANCED. YOU GET While
( da.nlwd l | |I.wd ta MAlTIN House
I 1 : DELRICH
r.Tt: of other out of work ,
nei ff
rlXIHIDAill aa all rdw
rRAM"K8'A8TOliArK! ) -QUOTES- THE BEST OF SERVICE AND THE
public' ulcry far Ika i : h:4: : : I iMfnila.tl) *
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0vA 'ubleoe Is oohs d th, II MILK __ ..___ 38c Uncolored
and half natlo .f l lbininna
T........ of .ho In" I /Imptwvanwint THK htIRiItA1 THE'WElvK"I tk la out SELECTION i
l F'u.d 00 ..J..t .... ra nil bide' .1 U.. T 1 rRll't.s 'fASTtHMATK! ((111 OF moat of tk. tI... WIDES OF A ATNY.'S Bokar .
"o..rtn' 1 M"dutrtct >
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A. III ea ,II. THIIIO ., 01 PARCH Yo fie \' There ha soma wayarbitration 3-lb. Bar
1"7., ..u.... of mu <.""Ii...., ..... tired of them\* -+ I ioiparbal labor
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..... .. .... {lu.t get E-- 1.15
I sY41' r .h' IO' feel' Mrob'o.tierrd. IOW ... courti-.or something-to atop .B 45c
.0.. .y1 I M ...f'.t rum O, 1....... 05,4 N.nb rw are Uildrtd G. Ltulinvvcl, Outlontxiya | .. Ste ,
I to q It'd, (017LWo. the >atioa- ePkg.
....... ..... :: :10 ;
Ihrouyt lab Ihe.u i n the .' 'offli.ft rout I, IAe T....... 11(4116tk dfiwrtiaht ...*. .
1 k ru.d. A.4.' .n Ia.d.. Illle to ooo-h.1I bill, of ".... 90.11.2, of A -
01 .11 I... ..d ..h.-I..b ..fah.r I.rt.Hloi.'d' : ., fr0Ja illffertnt liiulanJi.
Yr. / rod 'I
.,.. ..11I..6H ......... .two New. 4 e.n br aa.aaN u the DONUTSSultana .'" A" ., 2Sci | Pillslurys
I ......... /1ft 0 it.(. order .boll b 10(b I Il.f! [
Lob 7' JI 1... 11.1 It. II. 14, ..."...... wq wilts ew IaYr :
16. 17. 1.492. U W t. lai, <. lKIXKIt /A'O:l and 11 the J .robl. A. U. .11..... bride."-Ralph' Dtugliu, D.1IJU. .
II: Kilt / A001.TION : M J.d. ot .hlo ,urt end lb. .-.1 d.oW l Veg bles PEANUT BUTTER 31c
TO -AVJ4' I IT. A .10 of C.r1 la 10. ", .f 1I..t. Merl/q/ III, pluming tnlittmtxt in thoArmy. Produce Clea r
I'' G.; '. lot I .- ...a IJ 10. r... 70. 1..1.: tole. 0' 1..Id. IAb IT dqof Ann Pare
f f NC." 8acl. 7. T. H. Ii 11 J........,. 1517 a and! th. QUAU/V \FIRST GRADE IS-Pb Bll OAK E lki- I
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I ''I.ot II. Block L"b 11 And Clerk"' .of". the t'br .t .it eo...... Y.rUe "I think 111 hut ply yard lied Pasteur dIn WE CARRY NATlOI/a BRANDS OF CANNEDAM SYRUP.{ Maple _?__.23 PDQ hf'Jcolalot I

IS. Block i.' 11P 1. 1 .filer" I Kraft Whole Powdered IG-oi Jet
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i f. IS aad Risk' .i.t I.... 5014. Yak Y band It'b. up a bit"-Vr. F J. Erdmirm, Martin Coihatjr HODSMAK MILK 3/
PORT KU.rHNO l'IIOIVIJIION SYRV 27
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C8. ChuJuuha, OJ.lt union/ !. pit
or IOT Ir ,
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r "Lot U. Mllaa or i G..t. T. LEe N Ic6 M/MnCiif/ UOOOO; oefIt"" IT A BIT'T IsI11e1DTOP

I 4,001.1.41.'LAO ; Barat'/Dairy

III to II I lA Xttjt S. Lu.itl' NOTICE! VTh QUALITY 0LY !
U ro4 1ft. 100000 5w% 1 t. It. TO WHOM IT MAY CO tltN phony claims.. of proponenls O. Box SHOP A
P 1M2 Stuart
11 .", I0. IT >H4I in % It (In.., Be
of .. assured of real satisfaction Iverr
il : goTernmint planning .
I 1 ttlork; II : Lou 1 .. IS .1 I7 NOTICE: III KtRJoIJY 'IVJoIf Th. with, purch.huT -
I 10 I.... 156..01.. 2,4 I .10'. tho Hoord of ..,t..n... .1' have been dinprorea on virtually A & P Super-Rifhl Meats ally ,selected
n .,d U to. .le... I Ii". ......1. (...t, ..... : cope f
NFW' MONKOV1 A luhdl ink ..0Got. I. ...-..... ID (C.1"..." rlAoo.o S.Kfat I. every count..lI41p Hexdtrtliot A & P from the finest 4Uo A Quali A Corn Fed Bed
Lot a w.. o.t aallw/ ..dGo 11......[, '...... (6. h d., of fnnxcial editor, M ./l rmtth FOB INFJALFAROV1ILIC HON 'S
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\ THE !STUART! NEWS, STUART Martin County: FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. p 1947 PAGE NINE .Jj J

NATIONAL SPEED CHAMPS.ARE BILLED FOR FLORIDA STATE FAIR AT TAMPA incur! Inn, at which time the -p
I
following ladles took their Oath::] \ !

Lee !St! ..Saveor, Dorothy Smouse, .
It's For That
Margaret Bounds Betty TUton,' Time Alignment Check-Up ;

Anita TUton Blanche DeRochey,
Marie Ward, Edna Peckells,
Lorelta Fedlgan, Ruth Richards, TO SAVE YOUR' PRECIO t TIRES
Cynthia OTCeefe, Alice Hoke,
Isabelle' Gamble, and Hilda
Castello. GET A TIRE SAVING INSPECTION NOW! I
The !Initiation< was put.on by I ,
the Auxiliary: of the Harold

Johns Post of Stuart and was OUR EXPERT SERVICE MEN CXp tilVE YOUR CAR A COMPLETE TIRE
very ably handled by Vera Ho-

man President, and her cap- CHECK-UP IN A FEW M NUTES.RA.LPH ,
able aslstants. Besides Mrs. Ho-
man the following were also present -
from the Harold Johns
Unit: Emily Stockley, Clara 1
Chandler Jennie Wllbar, Blanche ERlHOTOR
Lowery, Viola Strelder, Viola UI CO.1
Slathers, and Mrs Augusta
Johns, the. f 1
Proceeding initiation
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forty-four members of both the /
MslehlBg skill. and daring at nearly lot miles an bout, America two ranking dirt track auto Legion Fact and Auxiliary enjoyed OLD DIXIE, STUART PHONE 9141 '
lacers display hen the speed and fury. they will dish up for Florida State Fair thrill fan at a full course turkey dinner ,
Tampa:Feb 4, I and II, The sane above show Deb Snyder, runner-up lor the 1946 national which was thoroughly enjoyedby
speed crows, \leading Mi arch rival and the winner of the national title Emory Collins, In a nci everyone.
that averaged M miles an hour'on the Wisconsin State Fair mile track at Milwaukee.. Snyder
(!Inset, left) and Collins (Inset, right) have both entered Ofienhaiuers In the championship speed .
cards at' TampaPERMIT .
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Rock on Cape Cod, Mass: 'the Mrs. Dave Cunningham.---r-

ASKED TO first time a car has made that Mr. and Mrs Frank Palmer'of ,12 BIG DAYS 12

trip. Then on down to Florida to Lancing, Mich., arrived last weekto ,
IMPROVE'JUPITER Salerno to say hello to the spend the Winter with Mrs. ,
Whltfleld' who are old friends Palmer's parents, Mr, and Mn.. ,
of the Maw family From Salerno C. WlnowlsU. 1' '
they were to drive to Key West Mr. and Mn.'Oscar Olsen and (' : '
INLET CHANNEL then back to Miami and thence son John of West Palm Beach ::'t ; t\:, FREE SPIRITUAL FOOD

via Tamlaml Trail to West Florida were calling "on friends here i ,!,..,
-- coast on to Texas which U Sunday. ,
Application hai been made to Mrs. Daw's native state From Mrs. A. A. Hendry. ,and sons 'oi '
(the War Department by Jupiter Texas to California and on back John and AlvIn motored to Or- .: : : FREE .
to their home In Alaska. The lando last week to be of
Inlet District care of( Oeo. 8. guests ., ,
entire trip will cover more than Mr and Mrs. Martin TtndalLMr. '
Brockway, Engineer and Assistant *: 5'
Secretary Guaranty Bldg. 20,000 miles. They have to be and Mrs. Clarence,Peter- ,; FREEPOWEREUL. A
; back to cross the Smoky River, WU'
Wlllt Palm Beach for a permitto son of Twin Lakes and Mr. .
dredge a channel I feet deep on the Ice before the spring and Mrs. Frank Chasek of Bur-

and 100 feet wide In Jupiter Inlet thaw win, Iirfct "are spending a few
Federal Mr. and Mn. J. P. Wllbar weeks in Stuart. were guests of
-the
from
project
Wa-; motored to Fort Pierce Sundayto ,},frs. .J. W. Johnson and Mr and .
channel of the Intracoastal
visit Mrs. E. O. Pank. Mn.: W. C. Johnson Sunday. nI&
terway, Jacksonville to Miami, .
rx In Jupiter River to the 8-: Mn and Mrs. Eddie Smith and Mrs. Peterson\ a niece of Mrs.J. f ,
: Mrs Eddie Jones and children W, Johnson.
foot contour In the Straits of
Florida. The proposed channel Edward and Diane spent last The' ladles' of the Jensen '. '. .
week on the West Coast with Church met last Tuesday at the '
lii between the southerly end of I
relatives and friends home of Mrs. W. to .
B. 'Tilton I' d
Jupiter bland and the mainland 1 :
Albert and Sebron Brown of make draw sheets for the Martin
south of Jupiter river The west
Miami visited their mother, Mrs.A. County Hospital. Refreshments '+t
(rlj end of the proposed channel:
I.. Brown Sunday. of coffee and cinnamon buns POSITIVE
would Join the said project
L. D. Lord of Miami tailed: on were served at the closee 0' the
channel of the Intracoastal Waterway -:
Joe Quigley Sunday afternoon. Those present were
south of theconfluence
: Immediately
Mrs. Ray Julian and daughter: Mrs. Charles Zefgler, Mrs. Wm.
of Jupiter river and; Johnnie of Steelton, Pa., arrived Barnett, Mrs. J. B. Bucky, Mrs. ,
Jupiter Sound. The dredged material Saturday to ,,visit her parents Mack Castello". Mr. L. D. Me- '
:
upland would shoreward'be deposited of adequate on the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Terry, Elfresh, Mrs. Jack Best Mrs. \ "i; PREACHING >' :1 1f ,
retaining dikes. : Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johnson Wm. Vaught Mrs. Ed. E. Huston
1 Frank' Simmons and Christine Mrj.John Horst, and Mrl. Til-
Anyone desiring to protest the \
motored Valdosta, ton
to Oa. to
carryBobby J' ,
proposed work from'be" standpoint
'-of. 1U,Interference,: and ,ChJ1stlne',.sister Mrs.feymour/ Oldeon. was hov. .
Mrs Otis Bernie home who has teal to her bridge club at her '
or effect upon,ravlgatlon..should been here two weeks visiting her home Tuesday afternoon. High- If :
submit such protest In writing,! '
parent!, Mr and Mrs. O. Ii score prizea were won by Mrs. /

to with permit'reason'Intelligent In sufficient consideration detail; Johnson Ed Johnson of Miami. calledon 1. Gideon Others playing and Mrs were Lewis Mrs.Gamble.E. J. + f ;

, Protests should be mailed his brother, O. H. Johnson.Ward, Mrs Adolph Hertel, Mrs. Dr. il'1i'I /
to the District p. O.: Ogletree
Engineer H
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and family last week.Mr : R. S. Robertson, Miss Elizabeth .1/.1i
Box 4970, Jacksonville, in time .
to be received on or' before. Feb. and, Mrs. 8. E. Lane and Robertson, Mrs. C. H. Alderman, .
1. 1947. : daughter Mary of Palm City and and Mrs. Arnold Taube. ,\
Mrs. J. J. McCullum and Mn.: On Monday evening, January27th i I
lilliiiiiiiiiiiuitiiiliiiiniiiiiiliiiiiiiiini W. L. Merritt called on Mrs! ,the Jensen Unit 126 AmerI- :
Ala. 1/I/
SALERNO Mary Chandler last week: can Legion Auxiliary\ held their Birm- gham ua j
NEWSBy W. E. Thompson, superintendent first -formal Initiation at Bey. !' I '
" -- of Sunrise Product, Inc.. ofSalerno --
QUIGLEY i iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
MRS O. D.
returned home Sunday I :

Mist Lucile Inscoa demonstrated -' atr relatives a'week and in friends.Mr. Haines. City with MESSAGES iif I
01 D]' DYNAMI I 1y ;
a meat extender dish with.' and Mrs. Richard Over- LITTLE PLUMBER. ;tt;
tripcfrult salad Monday afternoon hoer Ray Dutton, Mrs. EllaPrescott I .
at 1:30: at the schoolhouse.' and Mrs, A. J. DcLoach j
,Those present! were Mrs George motored to Webster Sunday to we ACT AT one* CT! I '
Ortorn.IT.Mrs S,D. Bever. Mrs.1 attend Mrs. Prescotfs brother's,C YOOR COMMAND 1 J i
J. I. McCuUum,,Mra. Tlllie Hulls,: Tony Whitman) 72nd surprise /JTTENOINO } Don't Miss TKis Opportunity Y :

Mrs. U M. Arnold. MM. Martha! birthday dInner. it was also a To Trie vwj;l _
Whittle, Mrs.W.L. Merrltt. Mm.Sanderson family reunIon., ATHAND/ :
Jack ,' Mrs. a D Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olsen and 1
Quigley. Mrs. Fred Pedersen, son, John of West Palm Beach Hirc'I'ice ;
Mrs. Shelby McCulley, Mrs. OdeU I and Mr;,Olsen's slater, and hus- Hear Daily
DeLoach Mn. Rebecca Patter- band of Kansas called on Mr. ::
lOb and Mra. Harriet Allen. and Mrs.. S. D. Bever Sunday.. yr : ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ]Av", of :
Mlnebeck, If."t. ? C:===OQOC:===OC r' .
Y visited Mr. M.
P.
A. M and 7.3 '
and Mrs. Roy E. Decker of Salerno Jensen Beach New / .,' 9 : :I'; t ':
Shores lut week The I t IJ.,
I*"**'* are spending the winter By' Charlotte Helller j :'h ,
In Boca Raton, Fla. c::::=::aOlClocaOCIOMr. : : .

Mr. and Mm. Milton Moul ofRhlnebeck. and Mrs. J. R. Horan of : Beginning on day b. 10th (
N, T.. left Thursday Highlands N.J,are here for the "
after spending two weeks season the guests. of Mrs. W. R. .. u: t i ,
'
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here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vincent ,'
* }Decker of Salerno Shores. Mr.- and Mrs. O. W, Morrison\ -'J", f't-e 'I

Mrs.Mr.Leon and Owyer.Mn. of A.Toms Miner River and, W.Mn.Munch C. H. -Munch spent Thursday and Mrs. H.In :' Tor ugh Feb. 2 ':,il

* '- called on, Mr and Mn Pahokee the guests of Mr,,and k It ...' ,
Chat Conrad Kt. of Salerno : i I"lePIRST
Wores Monday ,'. E cepl 'Saturday it:. ,

Mr. and Mri. Buisel Maw 'Of '

Anchorage, .Alaska were over SEND IT TO THE :
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Jtht day.*. Whitfleld January guest of Jj.of Salerno Mr. and Thnn-Mn., LAUNDRYPhone ; : 1, !


I.o Ann..The.*>>l N command Daw's, H. ta drove, a car.reconditioned from to visit Woods Mr.'' '287) > BAPTIST C URCHSTUA .


{Daw'> parent Mr.,and' Mrs' A. .. '
1{* flaw during th,_.Christmas AND- {
days After le*..f-Wood 'T FLORIDA ,
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0101 they aw, toy; Plymouth \taLBfcK\ UP ,

V', ,... fir, -i I
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S'I sindry .VERYB DY WELCOME! ,

: 1 CLEAN, SANITyVVj ECONOMICAL rFBOM '
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PAGE: TEN Tnt STCAJIT NEWS, STOUT Martin County FLORIDA THURSDAY,,JAN. 10, 1047

f. MRS. JTBANCBS'a.! >SMWH., Society,
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j\jOCIAL\; ,r, NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK w IN STUART./. Newt Horn Telephone* for*tM>::t.-.n.ptjer en:: rmeh...Office the'aewn.ffte fa:,.



FAMILY 'I i HEARS Miss\ Che -Chee Rlcou: went to Berkeley! are'visiting !0
DINNER HONORS CHAPPELKA .CELEBRATE I II BAPTIST WITS Among local people who will
?: -s; .-7 DO-NUTS 1'1 3?I C. ANTHONY/ ?', SR. I WEDDING ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE REPORTS (0 to Fort Pierce Friday for the I I Miami Friday morning. to resume Mrs.home Arthur"Casher H. Oeburn at t
at
Tast Delicious "' Toe family of Mr. and Mrs I: Sunday, Jan. 19, was the Both The Baptist WMS met 'fIIesi i luncheon given In connection her place as surgical for, several' weeks. Port V

I' '. !J. C Anthony, sr., gathered Sunday Wedding anniversary of Mr. and I day in the church annex for "I with the Chain of Mission art nurse at Jackson Memorial Hos

t.-id; .1.-:" 7yy So el With Your for dinner In their honor!'1.J.L..j.rthlit!: H. Cnappelka,'.r. business session conducted by: Rev. and Mrs. W. 0. Aldrldg, petal Miss Rlcou has been con UTTUE: DIANE CABRJ

".,.' _' ing Coffee I at the home of their daughter}'They weN honored at a family Mrs. Ed Burgess, president. After I. Mr. and Mr*. 1. T. Harper Mr*. saleaciikgat the home of her UNDERGOES Diane Cab OPERATION,.,, '

\ II' .::;. IE CAKES, ROLLS Mrt,1' t. C. Klckliter; in Eldorado; {{dinner at thel!home, Crescent 'devotion by Mr. Phil Maxwell I Mary Leason. Mrs. W. R. Leach Rlcou.parent4, Mr, and Mn Earl daughter of Mr, and 4 Mrs y-grin BI i

i,1, I Height i The Anthonys celebrated i iJ Point Lodge, which was beautifully the group heard reports from! Dr. Abbott Morton. Mr: H. J.' tam, Is,Improving sttlttm

y\, ked Daily i J their 50th wedding decorated with pink, the following committee chairmen -i Greene, Mrs. J. J. Richard, and George A7"Berkeley.! who Is Uy after a serious operation

versary Jan. 18. Besides Mr anni-I loll. The dinner table was : Mrs. C. L. Boggess, liter j I Mr, R. W. Bartman.. vice-president and treasurer of Friday. She ,In Good Sin
1 1'I .. tan Hospital In West
Handy Pantry as Shop Mrs. Klckliter and their ed with an arrangement Ilad-I Stare; Mrs. A. 8. Blair, young )Huber Speedy went to Baltl Princeton University, and Mr* Palm Bt

Beyer Bldg. Akron & 2nd St. ter, Jollne, those present roses A large, decorated people's auxiliaries; Mr. more"Thursday where he enter ...

j Mr. and Mr. W, O. Penney and versary cake was 'cut by Mrs. Blakeslee, membership; Mn{ ed John Hopkins for a physical r

''I son, Donald Burroughs and W Chappelka, Quests wen James I Phil Maxwell mission study; examination Mrs. Speedy left : From where'I'si t':;.r.\JoeIMarsh

THE STEAK HOUSE O. Penney Jr. Mr*. C. L, Boggtss. Chappelka James Patton, Mr. Mrs. T C. Knowles, stewardship;I,Tuesday night to join him. ,
Mr, *. Wilson McClure. social; -
: \ and sons, Jack and Charles, and Mr*. Thomas Ran'Mr. and I r '
!Mrs. L. C. Klckliter, program j Mr. and Mr. Claude Sellers of
3 Miles South of Stuart Fed. Hi-Way I Mr. and' Mrs j, C. Anthony, Jr., Mrs. Archie Kldd, Leslie Kldd. :Mrs. Arnold I Bauer, orphan''; !Palmyra" N. T., topped In Stuart Sam HackneyReports'I

STEAK CHICKEN and SEAFOOD, DINNERS and son J. C III, and Mrs. O. Arthur Chappelka, Jr., and Clar- home; Mr*. J. C. Crews, trainingschool I last week to have dinner with J

I I PLATE" LUNCHES -S ICHES 11.. Andrews Mr. Andrews, Mrs. ence Chappelka. Mrs. W. O. Penney, pub- Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Fischeron 6 on the U.S.A.
j Betty Mrs. Ronnie Cross reported Camden Ave. The visitors ,
Beer Wines Anthony'i sister, 1* from Macon
.J and Soft aa. and is making her home LADIES' AID PREPARE for Mrs. A. O. Pittman community -, were en route home after a trip &*. RsekMy aid the .hn.. Iteic MivMoal wIM eriliclttether's .
GAS, OIL TIRE and AUTO REP JR FOR CHURCH BAZAAR missions chairman.: oth- to California. ,
'I with the j last miscast from a trailer trip rlfMJt* spwk Kit a!><
I Anthonys '
Open 7 A. M. to 3:00 A. M. Mr*. Victor ,Conklin, ','Eden- ers present were Mrs. Charles aroand the country. They're tired enoj_* ala/.1 Wen: or wet
McLane, Mr. F. I. Baldwin Mr. Mr. ,and Mrs. Karl Krueger, he hews M nigh say trade *dIBat thoi.
t' and glade
G. Of lawn, Jensen Beach, host-
1Dunning BISHOP WING TO VISIT was
net Thad Long and Mr. Bob Baker. their ion, Karl John, and MIss i1apmeeol with what they..*. tM tIoa1MI win m

--..............- --- ---- I1OBE SOUND CHIRCII PU to the Palm City Union Congregational Mary Noble spent Sunday, In Saw stet tee I* tt."rwhen !
A .every
; The at. Rev John D. Wing, Ladles' Aid on Wednesday -* VISITING JOHNSONS :Miami with Mr. Krueger's brother ttporU diferout >I< sit, seer at
Iau Mwethiiig AfltaiaU*
CASEY'S GOLDEN GATE CAMP D. D., Bishop of South,Florida Jan.29. The women havebeen .New arrival! at the Johnson I 'George Krueger, who '4"* .nt way of talking 5 different taste. iht to make a trip lib U
will visit Christ Memorial Chapel meeting for all day session I House are Mr and Mrs. Charles !a patient at Nautilus Hotpltal.I and drink diffennt law klleyl-.to mtin flntbrmrka \
f, Beer, Wines and Sandwiches Kobe Sound, Sunday Feb. 2, every Wednesday preparing fora Schilling, Mrs Emma Kruae, and and la food custom. But)bigger than lha I Is bigger ties
I
i OVER NIGHT CABINS Bishop Wing will deliver the sermon i bazaar on Mach 1 for which: Mrs. Fred Betke ot Cleveland! Mr. and Mrs.. Wlllaford Ransom these differences is the Ame a skan erencae..bow14lmspIrit <
at the 11:00: service. I many lovely and useful! Ohio visiting Mr and Mn. i Leach and Allen O. Leach of tolerance that!lets vs .f lb. differences is the
and .i( are being made.Strangers I Johnson. were guest ot Mr. Arthur 0'- makes
Oscan In united thing | as stronc
artlCI"j I together peace.
TRAI R PAC ,I I EPISCOPAL .WOMEN GIn I and 1 1lEACHES' I Connor Wednesday at the Tom ,"Of(e.sri''esys. '0111'111I
GAS BENEFIT GAMES PARTY I Ii Palm City who have not HONOR bola luncheon at the Everglades ..
a late tat.iescee. ft ti to
Open 7130 A. M. :00 P. M. i Another In a series of benefit joyed the flnndllness of these HOUSE GUESTS Club Palm Beach.
I tames parties sponsored by StMary's basket-lunch meetings, are Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaford Ran- -'
2 Miles South of Stuart o-'edera, ftrWay No. 1 Chapter of the Woman'sAuxiliary vited to come to the church som. Leach will be host tomor- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Schwaderer C.prrlshe,1441,Vniui Suui Brtwtri
J! T. G. CASEY of St. Mary's Episcopal I their favorite fanc -work In-I row evening at a dinner party and children, Nancy and Tom,

M.. church will be held Friday, ment, a sandwich, a cup and honoring their house guests Mr. of Cass City. Mich, are occupying -
-- -'--- -- ------- Jan. 31, at 2.00 p._ m. at the spoon, at 10 a. m. on Wednes- and Mrs. C. B. Wise of Columbus, !the guest house at Tuckahoe!,

parish house There will be various days. Ohio Coven will be laid for 10 home of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaford MOTO-SWAY

i FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS kinds of games, prizes for I at the Leach home on the Indian R. Leadh, for the season.
: each, table and refreshments ATLANTIC COURT River, Sewall' Point .- .... SWAYS SQUEAKS, AWAY

," BOUQUETS CORSAGES 'oj'CtfT FLOWERS Hostesses will be Mrs Horace ARRIVALS j Mr. and Mr*. John Reardon Cars Lubricated WhjU. In A iwaying Motion
Atwood and Mrs R, A: TunleyIORENZOS I Recent arrivals at the Atlantic PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN arrived last week from Spring CHARGE
AIU1ANciMENTS NO EXT
FLORAL i ii Court Apartments Include Mr. TO MEET TUESDAY Lake, N. J., and-are at the home
i I, DOMESTIC; andNPpR+ED CERAMICS I HAVE NORTHERN and Mrs. J. C. Kearfott.Martin-! Mrs. F. R. Horton and Mrs. of her parents, Mr and Mr*.Holmes Car*.Wa hed and rVj ed. Tire Repairs
,I CIESTS AT RED FOX DEN I yule, Va., Mr;' and Mr George Harry Lyons will entertain the Shepard in West Palm WE CALL FOR AND afcUVER YOUR CAR

SMITH'S FLORA OFT SHOP Mr and Mrs. Joseph Wargoof Sfssa, Baldwin, N. Y., Mr and Presbyterian' Women's association Beach. The Reardon had din-
Bridgeport, Conn. recently Mrs. W. Sandford and daughter, at 2:30: p. m. Tuesday at the ner Saturday evening at Sunrise STUART SEIWICE_ STATIONw
\ Rt OWERS calved In Stuart on the Greyhound I I; Fall River, Mass., Mrs.. A. Czer- home of Mrs. Jack Coleman oh'' Inn with Mr. and Mrs. lames C. Rein S % Phone,91 144
bus to i wln and Miss Diane Ciervln of Martin Lucie Estates.' H. Reardon, sr.
Arcade Bldg, 5th St.. Ft. P rce: Phone 310-J spend two weeks; Road St.
> vUlting at Red Fox Den at Port Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. E. -
Sewall home of Mr. and Mrs. Langton, Wethersfield, Conn. Mrs. Louis Hallbach of Vero Donald Burroughs and Jack

touts J. Lorenzo. Mr. Wargo Is Beach spent the 'weekend with Boggess of, Stetson University
DUTCH KITCHENAmerican the popular waiter at Lorenzo' PEO HEARS PRESIDENTS Mrs. Blanche Lowrey in the spent the week end with their RAY'S LUNCH BAR
11 Riverside Grill on Lake Zoar, GIVE ANNUAL REPORT Holleran Apts.Mn Hallbach and parent On their return .to "
t Style Sandy Hook Conn. A 675-mile Fourteen members and one Mrs. Lowrey wen Sunday din- school Sunday Mr, L. C. Kick- ,
drive down.to Key West and return guest of the P.'B. O. sisterhood ner guests of the former's daughter. .i liter and Mr and Mrs. W O. SANDWICHES COFFEE HMEMADE PIESBOTED

11' HOME COOKINGDAILY on the overseas highway met last Monday evening at the Mrs. Ted Chambers, and Penney drove them to Orlando, R
: was greatly enjoyed by the War- home of Mrs. William J. Matheson Mrs. Chamber at their new I where they visited Mr.Klckllter'i
r SPECIAL PLATTERS 75e I go* and Lorenzos, who spent at Palm City. Mrs Earl Rlcou home on Fourth St. daughters, Mrs. Charles Pittman Open,Till I>30\- Every Night

Short Orders, Sandfeich at and Lunches* several nights as guests at the presided over the'business session ,and Mr*. Azllene Dill. In route Drop In For ThW fA'liotsr.SnackFederal
I TO TAKEOM Post Office Inn, Key West. and presented the president' John Dunacombe of Fort home, they had dinner with Mrs.
n Open Daily 6 A. M. to 2 P. Mf and 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. ..:-- anneal letter, a resume of the Lauderdale was the weekend Klckliter' daughter, .Mr. Wil- Highwayppo\ d'tn Fruit St.nl

I Sundays 7:00 to ID:30: A. M. IORENZOS VIEW STUART work of the,local chapter during guest of his parents, Mr. and liam Miller, In Melbourne. RAY BERWICK, weer
Krueger Bids C. H. StoreriMgr. Old Dixie HiwayGOODYEAR'S FROM THE AIR the past year. This letter becomes Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe In St. i_. r,

'," Mr. and Mr*. L. J. Lorenzo of the report to the state Lucle Estates. < Leslie Kldd and Arthm

f ,. '" Red Box Den Port Sewall, had chapter. p. E 0 Mrs Webster 9 jih' as their house gueis Ray Wes- Crdway, program chairman, Mrs. Nannie M. Hlronlmus and the University ot Florida last
.. SERVICE STATION ton of Naugatuck. Conn, and read an interesting article on Mr and Mrs.. Howard Howden weekend to attend the dinner THEUmEJEWELRYSHOPHWATCHES
TEXACO GAS AN /OIL Bill Clossick of New Haven "Founder* Deg," thus celebrating and daughters, Anne and Heat- celebrating the 30th wedding
Conn. The boys arrived at the birthday of the lister- her, left Tuesday for their homein anniversary! of Mr. and Mrl
r STOP IN AND FILL UP Wltham Field Tuesday night hood. Mrs Byron Laird, guest of Mt. Vernon, Ind., after a'short Arthur Chappelka, an.k ---.-.... RINGS

I Jan. 21, In their Cessna N672162. Mrs. Rlcou, brought greetings visit with Mr and Mrs. George i.- -. Pearls $9.00 Anklets $1.11'
Prompt and CoiS nf* Service On Wednesday and Thursday from her home chapter, AZ, Hlronlmus and Mr, and Mrs.! Clarence Chappelka of Cleveland SP CIAL
I|Ray flew the Lorenzoa over Tyndall, South Dakota. Refresh- Fred Hlronlmus at $t. Lucie Inlet 1* the house guest of his
ED" GOOD EAR I{ Stuart and the surrounding ments were served by the hos- Farms. brother, Arthur Chappelka..and Men's Key Chains $5.5C
1t I Ii territories, as Well as out tess, assisted by Mr. R. C. Ash -- Mi*. Chappelka In St. Lucie
d Hi-way No. 1 and Jenftn Cutoff Road over! Lake Okeechobeeand ley and Mrs. Stanley Smith. M!. ,and Mrs J. McWtlllams Crescent Identity Bracelets .1.5
i the Atlantic Ocean. The Mrs. Ashley will be hostess forth of St., Louis are spending several -
i, Lorenzo reported that the aerial Feb. J meeting at,her home weeks with Mr. and Mrs. James Paton Cleveland I Is Expert tch airing
view of this locality Is a very In Halpatlokee Park, Crescent Fred Hlronlmus at St. Lucie' Inlet a season visitor at the !Pelican"

Indian River Fruit beautiful one due to the patterns Circle. .Farms. I Hotel. All ork GuarantePROMPT
formed by the various 1--
water
From Our Grove to You mesh Picked Mr and Mr:Archie: Kldd haveas
ways. The view of Sewall's Point AND COURTEOUS S VICE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS their house guest her grandmother I
t.1' and the Atlantic shoreline 1 '
I. seen
i VALENCIA and TEMPLE ORANGE* TANGERINES, from above are well worth view- and grandfather, Mr 213 Osceola Ave. Lyric Theatre Bill
MARSH SEEDLES CRA FRJITte
We HOUSE WIRING and Mrs.Thomas Ryan of Cleve- I
Ing. thrilled
were quite to
1 Bushel Mixed Fruit .$2.00 I land. The visitors will be here
1 Bushel Mixed Fruit '. ...$3.5I see our own red metal-tile roof APPLIANCE PAIt until Feb. I.
stand out
very clearly against
I Ring Packed for Shipment* .. Extra I the surrounding pattern of green Free Pick-up and Delict Service j. e' _

j' L. T. Bauer Box 114 Stuart, Fla. palms and pines. Weston was In Saturday A. p. Flschley for his horn left by 1 II Cleve-plant I: Building j
the Canadian air force
in the
STUART AUTO AMP I Erectric land after a Visit with Mr. and ,
{ early part of the war. Later he Christopher Shop
1\\ transferred to the American air Mrs. Conrad .Albracht. I
I. _t I
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forces and flew P-38 fighter 625 Oeceola St. JT Phones 117-182-M Materia\
\ plane missions over Guadalcanal, Mrs. 8. W. Traylor, )r'j and I
JUICE ORANGES Mrs.: Mary young are houseguest ,
and over the "hump": In Chinaat I
I I of Mr. and Mrs. 8. W.
and $1.50 Per B e1y altitudes as high as 44,000 Traylor, sr, at Port Sewan. Is Still Scarce
$1.00 .
'
;1' ( I feet. Clossick, also an ex-O. I, BRANFORD and SUTTON GARAGE

I I II See Our Shelr holds a pilot's license. The boy GULF GAS and LUBRICANTS Mr. and Mr*. Lewis 'Francis BUT
oyetnesWE flew on to Miami and the Flor- A.
r ; have returned to Lima, Ohio
PAoCtCES ida keys Thursday evening. On R REP INGti
ALSO SHIP GIFT OF after spending a week at the '
i their return trip, they may stopover I Casa L ben-o.
I :
FRUIT ANY E again with the Lorenzo WASH Courteous, PCJ UjyKd ficient I LUBRICATION Service France. Apt*-a-
family. I
I" ''I;. Mr. and Mrs. any Stephens of
I Ed's Fruits and ovelty Shop rol Galesburg, M., are guests of her Is Still Doinglte Best To Supply You
) ARCHIE KIDDS HONOR V 7.00. A. M. Till/.00 P.lKc-7 Day A Week mother, Dr. Abbott Morton at PHONE 66
.. OHIO <
VISITORS
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BRANFQpfb and SUTTIXN, Owner St. Lucie Inlet ,Farms
i GARLAND, EDENRELD, Owner Mr. and Mrs Archie! Kid* entertained .. .. -
i! Cor. 2nd St. A Federal /Hi-way .' Stuart, Fla. at an informal party JENSEN BEACH t
Saturday evening at their homeon MAnrr

Palm City road in honor of West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN
their house, guest Mr. and Mrs. .
i Thomas, Ryan of Cleveland, who '
MARTIN coUNTy ,CLEANERS are Mrs. Kldd's ,grandparents.Their "DINE. and DANCE"SEYMQURX IN WEST PALM BEACHTHESE .
.
( FIRMS APPRECIATE
guest .ert Mr. and Mrs. :0 YOUR PATRONAGE
'fI( )
Jack Thelss.CHAPPELKAS
r .. '* WE PO .
r ,
f s -.ac noose v .s uess H l'.WT'kI It Laoopp
MODERN DRY CLEA C and RESSiNGr. HONOREDAT ,
ANNIVERSARY DINNER INN R (;U,

James Patton was host at a AtI
I dinner party at the Pelican ,; JCMrCS FOOD TJIIQ
r. EXPERT: DYEING BERLO PROOFING ; ;t. TASTTJr Hgt
,," .. Hotel In honor of Mr. and Mrs .. I orrtcr or rnwra nttBADCOCK'S
Mixed Drink* sir en Draft "
t .. Rue'CLEANING W ER P F1NG Arthur H. Chappelka: sr. who
'j .., celebrated 'their 30th wedding HEAR GENE T E SOLOVOX
anniversary Jan. It Cover*,were B !: .. ,' -
laid for Mr. and Mr*. .Conrad STEAKS/ d Sh FOOD s

Albracht, A. P. Flschley, Mr:and III
.Q0R SPECULTTT f ,..'
Mrs Thomas Ryan, Clarence k992

A Trial Will: Convince You Chappelka Mr. and Mr*. Archie Jens.._Beach SEYMO IDEON. ., F d 1Mrst 1 "w rd
J Kldd, James Chappelka, the h + Oro.r ..1 a, W t .,

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TBI STUART NEW8t' STUART.Martin County, FLORIDA_THURSDAY, Ml*. M; tIn PAGE: EI..tVEM.J" ,w

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SOMETHING! THE DOCTORS COULDN'T' DO Torn Around (5000, veterans are to Veterans! Administration.hoe.. ., ''l ',
Up Highways, Speed Traps applying monthly far adm.llslolp]I pltal or homes!! 41!
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i Football Gives 'Ex-Florida Star Seen As Traffic Slump CauseThe ---. :-:=: I" I I,





jjthe'in"Dealership,the new Stuart available area for I. Lease on Life After War' Injury i en the alleged upper of the central"deplorable federal East highway Coast eonttlon' SEVEN' OAKS CO. FOR EXPERT 'I ; rs'


; 11 being cited M one of the reasons '
...- PLANS DREDGINGIN Machine Shoo Work '
1947 CES5Aairplai t4t".". Not. Tin bllowlnt artlcl .Uprinted FOREST FERGUSON why tourists travel on the -
tl ... fn>M ... A....... c............. I Atlantis coast ct Florida ha ;

.t M...u.wY .*.ntu............r..,..Iwanr.......t.Sfiurt.. .fend.boyrtUr v GILSON HEADS been below normal this winter.
Write \ / Aircraft rur k. ... 4 Is HOBE SOUNDApplication
s MI ii UIB CkrktMluW The poor highway, which
., ,
h t> with kl'" .V.. Ik. form CA KSTlfeffiT 33
Sale, Of r LUM! Lvwwy. M th.. bom* of h.r tom up for more than 33 mile
,...... Mr. ..d. Mn, Hvrl le...,. I LOCAL HAMS between Tltinville and New

} Cessna/>i/\\ributor, or., '.......1 .... feed ..lelioe ) mjrrna., Is said to be largely hat been made to ,

21 McAh ter\rc d By CHARLIE ROBERTS FOR EMERGENCYAmateur the cause of many motorist talcng the. War Department by Seven ,
Credit a ot war veteran central and west coast roadsto CJ Stuart )
Mi/mi, Florida gang 8MtiXRID4 Oaks; Company care of Mr. B. marmex ervice
with South Florida. Many have
giving Forest (Fergie Ferguson
Arbogast, Agent Stuart, Fla,;
+ voiced criticism of the State
something to live for for to In Hobe
a permit dredge, Incorporated'
Radio Hound Road for
again, and give his old love, football i Department permitting Sound easterly shore at applicants -
Perf.ct Organization For the highway to be torn up during
t great big assist on the property,TrJpU 4a-
Disaster Set-up the winter season when the work *
play. and, about 3.7 mile north of il, s
could have been done during the -
Atlantan will remember Fer- ,
the confluence of Hobe Sound
Richard A. OUson, W4DOO summer month.
glA well al one ot the greatest and Jupiter' River. in Martin
Stuart, Another factor said to have
Box 993, ha been selected
end over a 1 period of years in a deterring Influence on traffic County It Is proposed to dredge
the Southeastern Conference: to set up an organization canal foot
a leading from the 0-
down <
I the route 1 11 alleged presence r
He was one of the star on the local' amateur radio operatorsprepared I of "()low-down*" .and contour in Hobe Sound Into applicant oodIio/oi Js

list Florida eleven to defeat to furnish organized "speed trap*" at Sebastian and I '* unland property on a'' ;

Georgia Tech back. in 1941 at. emergency communlcatlon: In Riviera Beach. I line about 27$ feet north of the .

Sparbnta I* ready to give Orant FIeld. When he wa a One Informant of this southerly property line, and ex
newspaper
time of disaster it was announced
your 'floor* and rugs the sophomore In 1939, Boston sport declared that the AM tending thence in a northerlydirection ARE HALF THE JOB

attention they need. Spar' c'rlbes gave him a* much praise today by Communications wa touting traffic down the, and returning Into the

as any lineman In the countryever Manager F. E. Handy of center of the State to avoid the waterway a* far as the '6-foot
bnte will meet 4
prices any AY contour at point about 1.700 RIGHT EQUIPMENT MAKES THE JOB EASIER.
received
His brilliant the American Radio Relay League "slow down* and possible arrest

,competition. smashing into Boston College : national association of radio If traveling over 25 mile feet north of the place of entrance WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF I

Floor, expertly sanded backlfeld to fell ball-carrlera amateurs. per hour at certain East Coast into the unland The pro- I I'I
time and again, and his blocking bottlenecks. posed canal would be 10 feet QUALITY GARDEN TOOLS t,
flnl.hed. YOU Oilson's
and Mr assignment, which
of a punt brought Tom Lleb \ wide and 0 feet deep below mean
CHOOSE THE KINO OF 'Gator a most unexpected and carries the title of Emergency KEEP FLORIDA GREEN low water. The dredging ma-

FINISH* plastic, bakeliterlaqueY iTirtling victory, 7 to O. Coordinator. Is to band together COMMITTEE IS NAMED terial would be deposited on the ''I'Iii

shellac, varnish, BEAT OUT EAST members of the amateur radio said upland abope the high- 'II

1 lineor I combination They'll remember, too, that he service In his community to per Membership of the core com- water shore line. To Help You WilurtThat Job
to protest the I
All coat beat out Alabama great Holt mittee for the Keep Florida Anyone desiring
thereof are'buffed.
Rut a* first-string end on Wal- feet arrangeemnts for emergency Green Campaign ha Just been proposed work from the standpoint Garden Hose, jeikei, Shovels, '
Also, cleaned [radio communication by hamsIn of Its Interference with, or
tJMr. 4 I Iy'f.'ra announced by X. L. Pelllcer of
lace Wades 1942
Army AllStarswho the event of natural disastersor key Power and Utuid Lawn Mowers
and waaedJbr bakelite effect navigation, should !
beat the Detroit Lions and of duty In the Army, want- : St. Augustine, president of the I upon
other tn additionto ii ,
topped and axed. Chicago Cardinals and lost to the ed to play football. They organized I emergencies Florida Forest and Park Assocla submit such protest In writing, + SprinkhsH Cant.
use of normal station equip. with reasons in sufficient tlon who
a team and asked fergie Is permanent chair-
Washington Redskins, Green Bay
Asp it ti and linoleum ment working from commercial of the to permit of Intelligent consideration \
Packers and Mew York Giants and Harris Lowery', a former! man campaign. ; ,
laying vs' ble. He later performed ,for an All- Stetson backfield ace, to coach I elf-powered power amateur radio stations transmitting using FelMcer stated that memberswere Protest should be mailedto Vi 9
the District Engineer officeof
selected
with the Idea of
t hem.
Rugs an carpeting cut Star eleven In England: which I I and receiving equipment are
the of P. O
the Corps Engineers
downed the Canadian Mustangs To make a long story' shorter, keeping commute small and WE CARRYTLINEPaints OUSEWARES
and laid. needed at the time Box 4970 Jacksonville, Florida
lame securing: the
for the mythical Ot championship. "ergle and Lowery pitched In S it 1 .
Mr. OUson, as ARRL Emergency
largest representation, An attempt In time to be received on or before Enamels Varnishes I
and molded a team that was second : '
Rugs ne Qickup'and lOCal
will 'j'jI. )
Coordinator, call 3 February\ 1947 "
was made bo includethe
deli ery se Tack, But war was not all play. Lt. to none perhaps in Florida meetings of amateur, establish geographical area of the state Fishing Tackle ,

ed ca ets clean, on Ferguson moved onto the Normandy Their team boasting a' line averaging common Operating procedure. and at the same time various Industries Mr and Mrs. \O W. Morrison I.

floor, beachhead with an anti 200 pounds, won 11 and arrange regular drill periods and activities Mrs H. W. Munch, and Mrs. C. TYCOON .
RODS
TRUE' TEMNER RODS
tank company on D-Day. June lame of 11 played and did not when the hams' personal -sta The committee 1 11 an outgrowthof H. Munch spent Tuesday In I j

Sandin and polishing .. 1944. Fergle still doesn't remember have its goal line crossed all I tlona may be mobilized under a meeting held In Tallahasseeon Lake Wales visiting the Bok PENN REELS MINNOW BUCKETS

machi s for rent. what happened that year. simulated emergency condition October 30 at the.Invitation Tower
-- ... day. but Army accounts later But all that doesnt matter HI duties also.Include liaison of Governor Millard! Caldwell ------- TACKLE BOXES

said he charged the German positions The real story' Is that Fergle felt planning with the local chapter\ and attended by more than a at the same time la comprisedof

Write or Call CollectSPARBRITE blasting a large hole ina vital felt real again He had of the American Red Cross and hundred leading Florldlans : State Forester C. H Coulter; loJ

barbedwir barricade with a something he loved to do and other relief agencies, as suggested The committee will serve as Slate Park Director, L. O. Scog-

land torpedo let his company something that made him whole In the working understanding a steering and coordinating gin; Forester L. T. Nieland of I
Stuart Hardware Co. II
Phone 2496 through before he'suffered a again. He once wondered If life the ARRL Emergency Corp has group for a state-wide fire pre the Agricultural Extension Service r

i VERO BEACHPOLICY grievous head wound. were worth living Now he know with the national headquarter vention campaign and individuals ; State Director Colin D ; ,I i.I'

Fergle spent two! month'In a It Is Fergie ,1* another reason of the Aemrican Red Cross and serving Qn It will channel Gunn of the Soil Conservation Phone 108 i I. '
j : Box 6 if"
hospital In England: and then we know football la a great other agencies Uailon will be campaign plan to the local Service; State Director Colin D \

I wa flown straight to Lawson game A boy who had been hurtas established also with local protective group which they represent. A Gunn of the Soil Conservation -.1''

General Hospital where he remained badly as one can be hurt and service, such as fire and meeting will be held either late Service; Chief Guy J, Bender of 1" ,

a patient until March still live know it a* the ellxer of police this month or In early February' the Everglade Fire Commission; I)1 I ,

20, 1945. After his health became a, new, wonderful lifeiitiiiiHMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiin. In addition to Chairman Pel- Agent Daniel B. Beard of the U IF YC'J' THINK A I
somewhat better he received the '' '' VOCATIONAL SCHOOL leer the Committee Include; 6. Fish and Wildlife Service;

DSC, and stories Of the Folrida CO-COACH HARRIS. LOWERY FOR VETS OPENSIN J. H. Allen, Pensacola: Basil B Supervisor John Squires of the 1l//G! kii IS COMPLICATED "I,>! \.

All.Americans D-Day heroics PRESENTS WATCH TO FERGIE DAYTONA BEACH Kenny Port St Joe: F. R TJ S. Forest Service: Director I I !
Co-Coach Harris Lowery fr. Francke and James M. Smithof N Kennedy of the Florida Game
printed here made him the most 1q r 1 \
presented a zircon-studded wristwatch \! Mary Karl director: of vocational St. Petersburg: Frank M. Hid Fresh Water Fish Commlssioner r 1jf( "
ex-football star hereabouts it1
publicized j
4 on behalf of the veteran education of Volusla Traynor; Tampa; Mrs. L. J. Mc- and Industrial Forester ,,

WHEN A tOSS except Georgia George *' team at a supper partyat county, has announced that the Caffrey., Miami; James M. Harper -I Robert N. Hosklns of the Seaboard 1 .a
Poschner
the Hugh WlUoughby estate Welch Convalescent Center at West Palm Beach; Edwin Railway. :
IRS, and Yet Ha But our story doesnt end Maravlsta, at Port\ Sewall Jan Daytona Beach, whloh was acquired Wenninger. Stuart; Robert I ---- ---- --

Insurance, It Ij A there It only begins Fergle was 20:' by the Volusla county; Bishop, Orlando: Or A. J. :
listless and all mixed up after IIIII'IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' school W. LOYAL ORDER OF
board for a vocations Hanna, Winter Paik; O. I
Mighty rieaifal his discharge from the hospital SOCIAL SECURITY MAN school will open training for Smith, Astatula:. G. O. Ware, MOOSE '11 11I

Feeling Te Kaugf It He was afraid life didn't hold TO BE HERE TUESDAY veteran Feb. I. Leesburg: and Mr*. Merle D.I STUART MEETS LODGE too f, M.1240 I

Will much' now for him. He was itlll A representative of the Social I In addition to the various Mann,V. E. Abbot, Harold Colee. 1.1 red 3rJ/ WFDNRSUAYS ,,
A CAL
EACH MONTHWoodmans
nick; of mind and body down In Security Office In West Palm shops and college preparatoryclass W, T. Edwards, and C J. Williams Hall i

ADEN Fe You the little town .of, Stuart, Fla.. Beach; will be at the court house' work, there will be dormitories all of Jacksonville I Stuart I'la. Li 3 It :: ,

KNOW, in Attend where he lives with his parents, In Stuart Tuesday Feb. 4. at: and a cafeteria so that The consultant group named 'x.1.0 :
and where, incidentally: Zack 10 a. m. He will discus old-age veterans may live on the post, -- ------ I

t. S tile.Inent.'S Mosley draw his famous comic and survivors Insurance provisions .: Interested veterans should write

Us, wfi strip, i"Smllln' Jack" of the Social Security Act the Volusla County Technical airs pigs ; '

Fur Ins ace Of But that was six months ago and take applications for benefits School, Box 111, Daytona Beach; Keeps Your Motor i'4' .
You'd never know! the eager under such provisions for information. I'
Kinds, happy lad who pack: 200 pound ....4L.

on'a six-foot two-inch frame as

ED MAPPEvery the same Fergle of a few months
beck. Football did waht the doctor -

Kind el hadnt been) able to do, give Are You Potential. or ChronicALCOHOLIC '
IniirtncirhooellPO. him something to live for 9r
,
r
t
Arcade SOUGHT AS COACH ?
A group of vet, till In high J ie
I I
school, but too old to play high If w She k5.Me. en ire deed .., ...... Ott ,
I I let rn.r.w.e d .... t"I" caOll Hoserraut.
foolbaU'after several!
school
Providing more an\betty} telephone service I* a zl ; I ''h

Nit lh lwde:: MgN.1ee.did..Y a.s, 55.5 II d.eed esra.hnls. for time-consuming, pauwtlkiment job. Much of the equip. ,i y
'c
it a* complies a fins watch.
t VK mi 5..h.. ..... Thousand of hone connection bsj
I seek.AIM/ M .iw.d M 55. aWy .515. dl. tiny t must se

a. no wsin C.OII NOIPItAL _too OHS ..k Ne..e..d.n .k? y \ soldered togethereach: i tl precis place. Bank oE c
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1Ite. W. plot -. ,NN..sk..deicea .1IIt"/ Ih.1 .n er..ry It too b delicate electrical rtltyt up. Miles of :wiring laced< y ;'

, IS II a ........ 15.5 Ii /wr era It into Intricate awitchbo CabIn laid. Poles k ,
...- ee.we -rinse.1..r erected Wires strung 4 14 metimea a whole new I ,t,

t..e C15. "''usse/L" evedeCAe5.al v..MH :: .... WHra coos aNTAL ,h M dl.t. J building! comtructed. I 10, e
..::= : a '
"Get the fob done i iThat's
-SINC a : ,
rep .... eh.o. yea ..- v.a w re.de M leas
r i ... ... IN our tlogtn. Anithtt'lTbactly what we are b

.6T "They'll: "U a good buy.Fe ,. ............ .Nh. 1M ... ...kk. a.'N.a.dkeniso doing at fast M wt can Irt scarce steria/s and theca ; h
,
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i.e .b.e..N. 15.5. h hedo F
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Install the .quJpm..nt.Tel.phone ,
for you madam. They'll; a N a sa..Hl. hr.N.H e.. r e enb..dke,
eM d. .1 ..h.41.kMe r ..r folk are Working f o&tfou night and
r take :you d<.cl: tofcth* .r'e.,, N PREMIUMINCLAI day hustling along with the TtUpne Company!
f I. Y. ......... ........ fish., v.s.! sal owed the.. to improve stffice.' paf
Electric Service and Re- chef wrM rwlN.h1a program
<
rir
Owly er .Id flow boles M egdnd Mye
Co.,. where they .

dt aye a complete line of the wslre Co NelrnAL h v..e I N.1 rha.Sd ''heISs $ MINE PROGRESS b. snd flowr '
H'5..t ewe ....deicee.. S. 5. .....hall.. t tI5'h
N w d..e.M .1 M. ... ..w.ta. MAt Mkawaw ra
rwWe
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'appliance*. .. .ld. I 19 .
r 3 t e. ree N. i/ w daring the Telephone Compi: +
da.r r enh.. ... so..NSS 1. ... w.h .1 hw. .tall.4 more tseiliti thus at any ethic tune t,
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1e W .Aso M k/ .e. Y,1. hlitory ll ,J20mll. f wire, .6J3 rail
s.is r.a ...s r...... ssehsage
plO.M.ker o.ti e.saa..e ..Sj"'e 0 .! long distance fire s. and 41.261 tiliphont Wlf 4distance
.401'". IS local! aDd central! office iddtaas -
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lion wn ....4. t- a *>er of employ***. \lit. e;
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CftflSSlilt H B.., D. F TON, gent A* telephone **rvyou. grow, so doe Its value to b
lU'I I If 0 C 0
That. because a tin reach *o many more
PHONE 31S
refries Esck ..." 4 kriag yea more for year
DEALERS UUpbou doWr.rOu7ItU .'

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TWEL\"Z.: THE: STUART NEWS, StUART.Martin County! ..F1d8IAA) TntRSDn."' .U st.,1N.1'''


iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Florida's Newest Tourist Attraction Wfl.;=Harry OlancoU to Nathan Zoning'Res-Martin Co.'to Tba WD.-C. B. Arbogast to 8ii!*
WElA.
STUART
: DRILLING Estates.
PubUd. ,
," NEWS OF Schonberter,
Quick SeVicWe
try to =-C. B. Arbogast to Asgt ltl.-oeo. w, Parks, Jr. MtfSalerno Estates to c
fiat.
Mtf.
ti pleas yo\ /nquire at 349
to. Elizabeth R. Taylor. Arbout.W.D.I.Am.terdam.
Indian River Drive
I W. 6th StTV. O. Box 1048.I + Otto Kubln,
Ex. DomocUe-Frank Mason to ne,. to
-. I Stu mfloridaJ LIs. Perin-.W. P. Ruetenlk to R.
By VIVA CLARKINrhI111111IIIIIl111llllnlillllllllllllllllll: The Public: Ralph O. Bright

'a SYD/tEy/ ONES I g as f Jlr R. Rlcou ft Sons, Iron,

'II MRS. FREEMAN: MISS Trustee. D. Katherine French t
I I IFULIXGHAM BRING r Knight to Robert A. Mit
j Albert L. Hackett .
IN, SAILFISH ,chell.Affl DINING OUtS

,:'f'I I i Bookkeeping and'Tax Bragging You bet! Their ,-Theodore Dehon to The !

%ruler first deep sea fishing\ trip on Public.
4.\ aa w. 4thJiipfte<.. board Captain Carter's Buckeroo WD.-L. F. Knowles to Robert. MEET ME AT THE
P. O. Sot llirVjKtuart, FloridaROTARY
?; a sailing from the Lighthouse dockIn I M. Howard, '

Stuart, Mrs. W. I. Freeman WX>.->- *'F. Knowtes to FrankT. Hotel RoonJ
Victory Dining
from High Point N. C. and Miss > Hardwick. I II
CLUB Time ...."'h.. b k-SOO vei_ ;:'ililOtl i *"'" fRIO the ..
Bernice FlUlngham at Orn Dalton W Anderson to
guests Mill and GItd_ It Pen Mtg.
., ., a.STUART..* N.. SMS Blue Heaven ol Eden, landed ana+" ,,r JKMK*,,FlocYd.Spini. only Misses,,troll SuM, spatted a the f"IbJ3"! I ist 1st. Federal Savings do Come In A Stranger -* Corn/ Back A Friend

r I.", t.H 'UM'"emu.. two beautiful taUtlsh. Mrs.Freemans situated close W U, S. HtithWuV No. I. ?, Loan AII'nQ.C.HalTJ '
'II The ,nil a.ssioa was FRL
.: !IAFFOIIO Dirtona Beach. oc |
catch measured ( ft. abandoned T. to DaltonW.
,doft' ktwnon 1M1 end 1620 and was se.enl' nines Dyer
; JAMES PAM. BM, U Inches and Miss FUUngham's bones.u't''' if India Midi. Shortly after the En liih came into Anderson. j E A Ta.tXocktail
...
6 ft I Inches. Mr. Freeman who .possession 01 florull the Coloimti; converted she old moon MtgD,-Harry Olancoft to lot
----- ruins with P tK* of the
null aad he "I..e
,
was in the party glared. Exper.' .nlO ingenious a saga Cornice. boding. ttnk. and.. cmulhur. Cots ."" ..leintact. Federal Savings ft Loan Drinks

Stuart Boat lenced sail -- they played Photo n Ml shows the' tu 100,11.. into whichsugar' Fort Pierce. .
around his fishing contraptions' cone juice was :,wed and VlJ'rViaiSu' I : 2J Sub Surface-Humble Oil ft Ref, Sews, Nightly AE
until the bait fell off the hook. into brows toga., the form common l |
ftUohtdtr"ro Co. to The Public.
I of the "e.m dorm folta whICh
Atom. mew aunt
Rentals They wouldn't be fooled by a he- an. Vision who hm Kea she hunnc old mill Sat Mt 1st Fed, ft Loan VIC Y BARMARINE
41' j I fisherman but how those sliver : lowly garden letting i hm acdnmed if M one offbrida't aflt Mtg.=1st Fed.: :;: ft Loan I
,.-..., Cmk .. !. NIa..., No. Ia attrationo. I
< ,.. .l Gins JIni ,|<.ll'-) i finned tribe did fall for the soft ouuufldinf lank to John L. Taylor. or

,..,.M h>bMr4 BtU>.,t.r It... bait of women. Yet he Is the el. Q.C.-J. C. Mittler. to Willis\ 1'.1

For River FUhnte Only Flaw who has to pay for his sties I MRS. CONKLIN: HOSTESS MISS FLORENCE TEAL seeks to have. \this thoroughfare, Paget.WD.Ola j
f Hour. Week I prize which was sent to Miami Grant Oldhamto 1 ROOM
j By Day F NOSE-BAG: LUNCHEONAt SEC SPONSORING COM- now a residential area lOlled to May
for mounting. Miss FUUnghara'scatch
I M. L. (Mac), McKillipP. was smoked and passed Redwood cottage the winter MITTEfi MAKES REPORT prevent commercial structures Oene Tunne,. Package Good Paul Gerhard, Mgr,
home of the Conkllns, 'at Aocoralng to Miss Florence W.D.-Henl'J Cabre to Gus A.
O. Box 796 around among her friends. from the south county line to
Edenlawn, Mrs. Victor Conklin Teal, sec. of the local sponsorng Cabre.
r II I entertained the Ladies' Aid 'of committee for the Children's Fort Pierce city limits will ask Sat. Mtg.-Arthur Dwight to

I '100 COOL WEATHER the Palm City church betweenthe Home Society,' Marcus "Daddy" Rep, D. H. Saunders to present Chas. Conrad, 'sr.QC. .

DROVE THE PELTZS hours of 10 and 4 Wednesday Fagg's Jacksonville Institution, this bill In April session of.the .-M. R. Cartwright to C.: B.

FredA. Stafford FROM WEST COAST HERE Prior to the nose-bag disclosed that total cash con- legislature Arbogast. IMAGtNe- T IOUFi veArs Mto voticArt iWrno
4 A.OIJrpttr.IIecnuwL
I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pelts and luncheon served on beautifully rlbutlons from St. Lucie county Lane Jennings Commissioner W.D.-C. B. Arbogast to Laura 1 Aab SAW A l a0 .WeLL STUART
RegisteredCivil oeutll'
I Miss Mamie Lassahn from Balti- decorated tables on the patio, were $1,874.01 plus-$120 worthf A, Baas. I t W.ta.c'"oZc.. WAS
from this district appointed -
: gideer I more were interviewed while there was. much'activity In the > clothing. The annual quota is was QC.-J. R. Pomeroy to Willis\ T. Y i fl FEED STORE

I basking the sun plcnlclng and sewing line these workers ready $450 which Willbe, the lame for by Drive members to work in Paget. tae esnsstAes tv'fJwo

1-,, An I fishing along the river. Mr. Pelts ng for their Tropical sale to be conjunction with his associates Sat Mtg.-Thed Dehon> to Chaa. teavlca...rrsctanrr
1947.Distributed ,
't. Land Sur or I related how they had gone to held .In Stuart the first week In by districts in the In paving .wa, for this much H. Jackson.

M1 the Gulf coast for winter vaea- March. county Fort Pierce gave 1801.69;, needed legislation.Mr WJD.-Amsterdam Dev. ft Sales

\>11;; Stuart, llsridr I t.on but found It much cooler Eldred $10,00; Ankona $10.00; Co. to Hamilton R. French.

if'1 Phone 116JExpert,t than anticipated. They pulled up Feb. I will. bring Mr. and Mrs White City $23 00 and St. Lucie : and Mrs. Edward Kitsch Sat. Mtg:-Citizens Bank to Wm.

\ stakes and started touring, going Richard A. Myers from Warren, $30.00.COMPLIANT. from Mitchell. HI. paid Mr.and C. Armor

to Miami, Key West, a stay 1!] Pa., to Ankona where they have --- Mrs. Charles Moehle a surprise Sat Mtg.-Citizens Bank to Wm.

I in Homestead and up the lasts taken an apartment at Beau wmrtNDIANBIVER visit last Saturday evening. With Pltchford.Mtg. You aren't kidding the Atomk'Trio' is awway

I Coast to this section where they I RiTage. Also leasing an apartment DRIVE ASSOCIATION dinner and card games after .-Henry' F. Blatner to ready to assiit in giving you Quality Service sod

1 found the climate most here will be Theodore COMMISSIONERS DRAFT Mr, and :Mrs. Kitsch revealed' Blanche Holthouse. < Merchandise.,
ful. Being unable to find accommodations the fact anxious to Affl.-L. C. Klckllter to The
Oliver, resident of Glen Head, COl'NTT; ZONING they were. WE ARE THE ATOMIC TRIO
:, Watch'Repairing i iI' on the river front .. I. Mr. Oliver has purchased Compliant with a petition locate In' this section and are Public,

) 'I they, have taken quarters at lie feet of river frontage southof circulated at the last meetingof making plans to that effect. Affl..-J. R. Pomeroy to- The Kenny, Jack and Eldon.
I Bamboo Court Fort Pierce, but Public.
Beau Rlvagf from Mrs. J. H. -
t Bring Your N o My home each finds them with Indian 'Rlver Drive Assocla- Kobe Sound ta To find better men of oel'Y
day picnic Woolnough where he expects to lon, County Commissioners helda Friends of George Korpi, Wal- W.D.- Co. Martin t
Would indeed be
At SOVX.t d Street I lunch ready for a day's outing build a winter home. session last Tuesday afternoon ton, a graduate of Fort Pierce Co. very
: and In a spot where they find In the Air Train-
and Corps
I J Inducting their attorney, D. C. High Atomic Trio Grains of Wisdo :
;
plant life most Interesting.Mr Robinson Command Is located In
Ing now
Charles N Jatk son BUI retired" banker Smith to draft a special enabl-
the/Martin
Wash. George saw his He who hesitates in joining County
and land Hampton Iowa for rural Spokane
owner to the
act way ,
u log pave
; and Mrs. Arthur Olfford and regular Winter visitor along toning and building restrictions first snow Jan. Ith and is now REALESTATE Chamber of Commerce is not interested in his count.;.

r will open their winter home In the Drive, writes that he Is now along Indian River Drive.. taking up ice akating.INSTSUMENTS YIPPEE YIPPEE TIPPEt

Walton Feb. 1. They will motor en the Mexican border and gong The Drive 'Association'whieh FEE; ICES S lIED

f STU RT from Medlrlan Miss. Into California for a short OF REOORD at store del

CITY CO MISSION Mr1", and Mrs. Herman Bretz stay then on to Florida, for his Will-Josephine Moore., WAYNE LAYER MAS.-- $4.95 $5.05
t end K. H. Buregraf of Eden: season visit Where Your Health Will-Hiram B. Moore. WAYNE GROWER MAS -- 5.05 5.15

Re ular eetingaV were Miami visitors Monday Q.CX>.-Oeo. P, Garrett to C. B. ..
WAYNE DAIRY RATION 4,55 4.65

V P.M.2n EARLY Mrs Ralph Russell girlhood Dollar Goes Arbogaat. WAYNES FITTING RATION' 4.45 US

r d 4thN RELATIVE' OF friend of Mrs. R. V. Ankeny, has Q.CD.-C, : B. Arbogast to J. E. WAYNE WHOLE CORN ..._ _. 3.90 4:00J :

\ SETTLER VISITS arrived from Omaha, Neb., and e / s'r Brock. WAYNE CHICK SCRATCH ._. ..95 US
r W EDN. AYSStuar Joining the Ankona colony .::.c Arbogast to W; L. '" '
N will spend a month in the An- 111eT: AND Q.O. ; ;;; B. 50-50 SCRATCH 5 4.55
sty and stopping at Pine Crest were In f '
keny home In Ankona. TI TIP Frederickson. ents
t : Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomas of Kansas y Agree.T-Chas Mathers to Rich ,Also-.

Mr. a relative ,
City. Thomas ard M. Boeckel.
Public Welcome ELAND HUB AB ItDS LAINES DOG LLa. .. $1.10Friskies
Always FOOD6 .$4.90(10 Lbs.
of the early settler, Hal Ain.-.T. to The PubAm.Jua Sales and s Throughout -
; R. Pomeroy
q ( Thomas, had not been In this HAVE INTERESTED. VISITORMr. r M tin untyw Dog Food.&%0 Lba.._ ,..$4.75 5 Lbs .J5
-: and Mrs. Leland Hubbard ,
9 ; We Are MembersJf the Martin County Chamber off
.. section for around 59 years, since ; M.Atwood to The
I recent purchasers of propertyIn ,
NOTICE Commerce
he lad and visitedhere TILKr
was a young
Public, I
f Walton have already remodeled 1 .
This U la Infofi the public with his parents the home Into two modern r AffL-J.R. Pomeroy to The Public
j3 Fletcher Russell, whom he
} that I am no Imycr associated apartments and will construct ger Building Stuart Feed StoreKENNETH
met In days entertained -
by-gone J
/ Bank to A-
In the well-driiti business with a number of small homes on Sat. Mtg.-cIUzens
them \last Friday on his boat HONE 161Ho
JViSiM the site.The J. DeLoach.
Sydney bf tm now doing
jl businAa oclated with the Far-far-away, on a sightseeing past week they had as WX.-Richard E. Klncald to R. a Phone 158-M STIMMELL PHONE 210

I Jack >n\4 the firm of and fishing trip. heir guest, Mrs. Alden Doxsee 'C. Alley.MtgEdward.
jll
: Charles Mayesjkd Jack Clpwn, CATLINS GUESTS from Point Lookout L. I. Mn. D Smith to W. UFiederlcksbn. r

Well Drlllinff, /l1 Fourth Strf Doxsee la a girlhood friend of .
ENJOY FISHING
q In the garspa cot ent Mrs. Hubbard and before arriving Fee SlmpD-W. L. Frederickson ,
of the ardent
some .
I doer west ef/r, r rk7l>.efflee. Among here had completed a Because of the four major '.e- to Edward D Smith.WD..c. .
fishermen and those that are
CHARLES MMCS cruise with friends on board the ton contributing to poor dental : B. Arbogast to T. T. .
-f having plenty of luck right now health In Florid 11, lack of dental .
Spandrift, the voyage taking health education; 1, Inadequate Oughterson. .
are Dr. and Mra. J. A. Oatlln
r them from Palm Beach to Key dental faculties; S, lack of Q.CD.-Indlan Shores Inc. to T,
who have a new boat
purchased West up the gulf coast through ability to pay for dental services
l T. Oughter on. -,'
J and brought It up from Stuart by a large number of persons; ,
Lake Okeechobee and the canalto
last week. Their house guests 4, Inadequate provision of dental WJ3.-M. R. Cartwright to T.,T. SINKS( AM'BACKlIN
Stuart. services for dental Indigent the Oughterson. .
Mr and Mrs J. F. McCarroll
"Tourists planning to 'visit this State Board of. Health has a
B. ArbogastAffl.
JJ Holden Mrs Louise Dugas, Ba- Q.CD.-C.
r ; fully equipped dsatal trader
; section of. Florida should allot
J t s a ton Rouge, and Mrs. W. H. Brent several days to visit the Ever touring the state, expects. to put .-Edwin Mennlnger: to
the second The Public.
Hammond; aU from Louisiana, Into service wlthla a LIFETIME STAINLESS STEEL'//
because that' is .
of
glades one
have had their share tit fishing few weeki' and hopes to have WD.-Nathan Schonberger to t f r
four tIM road the
the most Interesting spots have movingon by
It being especially excit- Harry Qlancoff.
success end of this year. Five county
t I ing when Madison Weeks also a seen. That trip revealed wonders health departments, Dade, HUla- Spec; WD.-J. 8. Baker to W NOW IN STOCK
\ to me But ,don't forget :I am Borough, Pinejlaa,. Bay and Al- : Arnold. :
guest on a deep-sea fishing trip H.
yi sold on Indian River Drive and achua have dental faculties!
SE let ; WD. Arthur C:, Sims to J W,
with Mr. McCarroll as host r
: '1II some not functioning because of
TAX AND EMVETIG am coming back here where ]I
out a wahoo for a heavy weigh lack of personnel.! Program la Clamend.
E S 10Ssca wahoo that he landed. Mr. Mc should like to stay endorsed. by the Florida Dental Sat. Mtg.-M., E. Oruber to
Mrs. Doxsee's daughter, Mist
1\, I TITLE IN RANCLc Carroll said he hoped they did Society. ," Joseph spitler.'f .
\ Irene, with her mother during
c not fertilize the ocean waters as
II FLORIDA the holiday season In Palm
they talked of doing In lakes and
Beach was a student at Smith
t ABSTRACT CO. streams because fist -couldn't
; and won scholarship for Katherine -
fight any harder nor give fishermen
JIM KENNEDY.STUART Olbbs where she is now
.", .., more strained arm muscles -
FLOIIIDAI than the fighters of the attending faippert'sSwBeer

----- --- deep In this area. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnston -.
1.
,
Excepting Mrs. Brent. who will and C. Griffith C. P. A. official, A'A
EASfEST TO CLEAN
)f"I remain throughout the winter from Orlando en route to Miami

t.t season the other guests returned on business, were week end

.- to their respective homes guest of Mr. Johnston's parents O/WGLL/ TO OWN
STDART819vs early In the week. Mr: and Mrs. Ruben' T

Johnston, in Walton,
Mrs. Florlne Cave Miss An- ''Pertmncntlr'anJ J Incomparably "bean' J, unitary
J' ICE COLD 'DECO TES ANY KITCHEN
: nette Cave. winter residents from ,r' sow T, CIT 4Uirx t rya and efficient a Joy to use /Jo surface .

dj I St. Louis to Edenlawn and Mrs. _. 1f' M pAmf011 $5.00 Per' Case (toiihtoerackccwnapff.nofooth/dfof odors -
eF Viva Clark Boat of Walton were 'AGELESS 3EAUTYhot
C dinner guests of Dumond Mer- I c ,SERIES or food deposit: impervious j to vigetableeids,

wln and JLrthur Phillips at f' W.1ft pans or bard mage blends with any color ', /

F I BpeeiaBseSentals Mack'evening.on Vero Beach Wednesday !!! or.fJ!! LUNCH/an\DINNER scbcne-moderaicet say kitchen.:WbeaytM own :WORE SANITARY

.. a Tracy Sink)011'UII be> sure you have. the finest' .

Se/ed In Our\}rill ".sink prix builta J rUed lifetime poapsiao' MOST: DUKAtLE OF ALL

LIST your Roona, Apa is an4Reatal tASTT DELICIOUKfOOD t l r

HotrMM with we. r. 64 INCH SINGLE BASIN./"OOUBLE. DRAIN BOARD-72 INCH DOUBLE BASIN)

fey alb.i L.' F. 'F RDoQ.d Pre /red"Nuf-Sedr By Andy Ts as bOUMJE;:DRA4W WARD.IN STOCK *


lli 'FOAMEK: Of:A,WHCBl'! fJK, :JHALL'S
Real EtaU ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DRINK -
I i BUYING RENTING
Writ e 13e PROPERTY M AC WITH yOUR MEALTOMMY'S

Writs t: O ex 4 I ELECtUC.VICE

1 JOHN TAYLOR sin North C rode'AretlRePilo BAR *ad (ML ; ,
UUTtAKT at u .
Oseeel B1d,. Fhen 317 '
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EUTEMOT STUART,NlW8..8'1VA.JtT. Martin.County, FLORIDA.: THtKSDAT; JAN.. 30, 1M1 \ I...... ..


NEWS OF COUNTY'ACTIVITIES In the '.eye-l'11l! ear-lote, and VETS' MEDICAL CLINIC forestry, the University of Florida -! Yet, the survey maintains, woodsmen and that could 1-- allowing --- .. Pb ;

shanks From four, tout, monthsof SPEEDS PROCESSING School of Forestry has re., that \It forestry-trained leadership one forester to 20,000 FortFREDER i

I The County Agent's CblumBy laying are required" far the Recent.ddlt1ona 1-to/the equip Gently set M Its goal the graduation "were present, backed by acres of forest land -'\use 1100We PORiER j! t I

color toleave title WrB'i body entirely ment of the medical clinic at the of .9 to SO foresters each better state and national cooperation Vrilversitya Forestry School Fo 'list I I I II
L. M. Johnson with the ih&cks).bleaching Veterans Admlnlstrtalon regional year as Its part In rebuilding one In fire protection, the tu: accepted as Its first responsibility oed Jk"t J t
the training of men to
l I tut ) office ,in Miami will mean of Folrldas most Important In- annual forest growth In Florida, meet the state vital Sunrise Th Bldg.WATCH ,
Martin County farmers are|, some yeari, and supplies win faster processing of medical examinations ... could be Increased from 11 *e-to need .

reminded that If they plants likely press heavily upon the Under range and pasture condition for veterans of South Although Florida has a larger tenfold and the gross forest product -
participate la the :Agricultural market Florida forest acreage than any other I value could be Increased! .
U to M should be
cows '
program for 1947.,the, have tillMarch Canned Citrus (Florida) last A complete X-ray laboratory, Southern state, it Is becoming from around 65 million to over REPAIRING' "
allotted a two rear-old bun per I an electrocardiograph machine according to a recent survey. a $00 million dollarl.Recognlzlnll .
Uth, l94f to sign! per. season amounted to the equivalent season; 20 to 19 cows to a three for testing heart disabilities and net Umber Importing state, producing -i the serious need f v +.1,
formance sheets These sheets of about 48 million cases, No. 7.-r-01d ball. Generality, threeto basal metabolism equipment for yearly only one-fifth ofa for foresters In a state that cur- Prompt.Service i j
are available in the County 2 cans This required about 41 four mature bulls are needed I determining Increases! 'and decreases normal crop. rently has about 100 trainedLUMBER. All Work Guaranteed

Agents office. million field boxes, about; 22 for 100 the in metabolism have been
Leo i. Ooessllnf U anotherone million boxes ot grapefruit and every cows on range.MARIAGE added the past week and will be Lady Nelson Cigarette Holder with Genuine, Leather ,

of Martin county i leading 19 million boxes of oranges and LICENSES In full operation next week. Case $6.95 as advertised in Vogue '
flower[ and vegetable growers, tangerines. ,
.
carrying out the idea Of( producing Cannery Prices Last Season Percy: Houldsworth and Margaret STATE OBJECTIVEIS ,
fruits, vegetables and flowers delivered their plants Including Worrell. TRAINING OF Bracelets of distinction by John Nelson

for recreation as well! ai taxes averaged almost $175 for Frank Stuart Pound and Ethel MORE FORESTERS :? and '
making a living Mr. and Mrs, sectioning grapefruit, (1.41 for Cecilia Clements 1 .. a C 14 k. Gold Plated From ..,m. ..."..7.$5.95 Up, IK
Ooessllng( have planted 13 im- grapefruit Used In juice and Fred E. Grooms and Linda 0.' Gainesville Florida's rapidly BuildingMaterials
proved Lady finger banana trees $285 for oranges I Chandler I vanishing timber supply and : : Jay Kel's Famous Compacts a nef Cigarette Case
and several! thousand state certK, Cannery Prices This Season Edward Homer Boring and forest products being attributed I Mate i '' i
fled Oladlolla bulbs, 'which Include have averaged through January: Jane Ana H11t,. to lack of trained'*leadership In.. i to : i
: ricardl Margaret Beaton, 4, 83 cents tot sectlonlzlng grapefruit ,, I
Margaret Fulton, Beacon Sllen- 57 cents for Juice grapefruit -, are more plentifulWeMayflWWhatYouNeed Crystals ed hike U Wait ,

,um, Van Vredenburg, Statlce, and about 68 cents for Engraving D e While U Wait !
Peruvian UlleI'and several new oranges, By that time nearly five' Highest. Cash For Jrour Car I
and distinct varieties ot gladlo- million boxes of grapefruit and' ... ,I
llas. In addition to his flowers, J'/i million boxes of oranges WONT TJ *E FIVJjmiNUTES I For That New rlffiV Be Sure to See Us : ))1
Ooessllng U share-croplng two were canned. 'IaPol
acres of yellow squash and one Citrus Frills Represent more We can pay you the O.lfpmit for your cat which 'A RIG jf, Mgr. +

acre of peppers He la now plant-i than 60 per cent of the total of Is as much as you cfLet anywhere and bast I H :
East umber
ing two acres of early spring cucumbers U. S Packed canned Juices during -I STAY WIMN\HE! LAWN j es. ,
'
i the last two seasons
plantings tl Citrus Fruit Trees, Approximately Millloi R CO.jff2i ,
cty F1/U-1 SUNRISJrMOTo .
particularly of oranges and time Persons! are required to produce & Supply Co. i Imported and Costume Jewelry ,..
grapefruit, have teen heavy during foexf products In the UBA: South Dixie\

recent years in 1944, 11 percent I''I About four million perform the Fort Pierce, Flk T -Telephone 190 Phone 22 Stuart, Florida j VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA. I I'
of the oranges and, grape marketing services. I '
fruit trees were less' than' five t o Farmers Receive Less Than i II I
years of age, 20 per cent were One-half of the retail 1 sales
less than 10 years''of age;and 36: price of food. Farmers receive:
per cent were less'than 19 yearsof I!11 a larger percentage of retail DOLLARS 't j _. PATRONIZE Ii I

age Production of these fruits prices during periods of high r&r'J \
will likely continue upward for! loot prices SPENT IN I HOME FIRMSOFFERING ,
MARTIN COUNTY
-
I Total Marketing Charges, for
MARTIN COUNTY YOU +
raokey Says:. Fruits and Vegetables exceed ,

Flow MAY ONE'3hiN0 I those for group any. other food, commodity STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES .x

0090 4 ? I Robert Montgomery one of I t
Martin county high school lead .
has --t- --- '. I
cue ee tnwsoer ing Future Farmers an outstanding r- I
I I
Ge itw project consisting of CLEMENT'S PITCHFORD'5 I FRANK HALEROOFIN CENTRAL MARKET I CONCRETE BLOCKS
AN'IET R GROW 'tie! acre of squash and '/4 acre "Where Economy Rules" Jensen Hd we. Available Immediate
AWNILEFni of peppers on the Ooessllng RESTAURANt" I Delivery
need and Akron
farm. Through the cooperation 'I CAMP I SURE 8 > 8x 16reg-
at Your Mar
Excellent Fo Shop
/ of Ctoessllng and C. W. Long, roasjt4 I of all kinds ifRoofRc Fa i i 88 6 d. : '
vocational agriculture teacher HoMx-MAOm Ea Cottages anHKoats I TRY THEEY i I IDELtGH Sa8s

Robert will have an outstanding wHOL!! L ring I Meat, Pro d' i ARE Mo HAN I I 8 x lLn\6 red.UNDER .
Crater REINf I STEEL
vocational $
Agriculture project, d I'
DI N of
ri -........ General ve tuart CourteousConveniently i APT HA I /,TINKER, C. ,J '
GMDUAT fE or Sale I 404 C rado I
I *
l
In a non laying pullet the Located : Phone 74
yellow color of pigmentation is 'L. C MENTS I JENSEN BEACH I Phone 9141 andMessage Lea I Jensen Beach I 314 S' 3rd t '

I found in the vent, eye-ring, ear- ygOxaAL w.wAT I AT COUNTY BRIDGE I Joe Brooks I Fort Pierce .
I ,
Writ P O Bo III_ .. _
L-
lobe, and thanks As the bird I '- -

tattte ea IMPROVED PAS.EB. .''begins laying and manufacturing -I I )
.Protect the woodlands from egg yolks, ah, absorbs the r - I Buy The Beat ---
it Timber ls valuablt,,.IncraaM ,yellow pigment ,and\ ,Its leaves I HOME BUILDING 'Lance Brothers II [ is I
the body first In the vent, then I I GRANT LEEK i I GENERALELECTRIC G8 I MOM S J),
-- --- ----r----- Restaurant I I
TAXI
NtWGLgRYWO :
HIG & I
GOOD FUQ''! I toRDtILL \
PleasaBtAtrospkere| I REFRIGERATION Applies i 1 LIrELESsFrier ,
PEOPLE ARE ASKING A nice 1 Kiteh undry, I HAIR t= l ( t

Gen ins's I 4i "a c-I Ir sTUART Cabins all .mall i 1, '" '
ABOUT'' It R aces. Radios ,
THESE QUESTIONS d Pait'a Open *7 day. a week aRVICE cep I I'I 1 1O. 1,
I MARTIN C NT? ,
ARMY ENLISTMENT ,Phone. Bo 144-R: 832 Part of 5 to'Stuart Closed 3 p Daily. m to 5 p. m. tTU"RT PHONI III : ELECTRIC I i Beauty Shop \\d "

4 Bathing Beach $2 -_-_ _--_ _ one 308 --I I II* a. AKRON AVC. PHONE. 3e '

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4 SUNK Y' I Quinn's Store Uncle. r Stuart Sunoco i I BATEMAN ,''t ''I r I 1 I:":;

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SUN S RS LENDING Y U wer' a nestle mite untrue what TIRE RIA4SrvM3HIN& C ARING (t' 1 1"I

can Am eUIM JensejrdeiPHONE I writ about by schoolin; I did rROMgtV>AD SERVICE I GRA NC \ j !

Sunray Shutter st.t yy? y? four grades In seven year and I P>,tl .r r4tl Kind' ., i II!'
ProducU Mme. R, H. end C. L. ZANITS Onmrkou tTIM"TU 5 iMirrro '
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WMs d. .d a.e.de.J.f get .r.A. Cl 8,71.1 '
*. M you serge onorably'on active ffly for a period of 90 days, how high that made ;er jo I, !II'i l lhad .
6M d.'of w%'h is served bete ffB pt nl>er 19, 1940,and th. -- I -we had pl'tures to help us --- -- --" 1
date t of isms tioa of the prw *f war or ar. discharged -------I j i.II
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then and we could adder pronto! JOHNS I. 1'w
because of an\ctual ..rvitwi road Injury or disability in- HAVE YOU P & M ,
tarred within tUt first XMaiiMod of service you ace. upon r But that wer', fifty our aonow I ;
4iMhar ,.ntifl tease ye asf education in the college, trade PURCHASEDYOuVncErs II J Seawalls CLEANERS t ', ,, I r
w business schoi of your cMlco for which you an Qualify I"I argo, wisEt GARS' filter be. annoying' I 'hell ,
I 7 addition, each n&tie of a JrV duty, Including the first three, I cecnsgrr carets 1 cent make neither heads net Boat J.I ,' I tIe' I I i
I prior to the teriBpatlon f the war, entitles you to another ''. u ses .TUAR LADINe11D*Y 1 ; ,
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aanlb of po.t-M a s OoD, np Ito 48 months.ry .. I 1 I tails of sums we be em ploy in"I txrANE Isis hot.. ,,i ;:
Your tuition,J Js a fees, .tf, up ta 1500 pet ordinary S..Jt. Cream I Then, too when money sits An T Of Marine ,11 :
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school will biJ'v V tho Alto, will r- FOOTBXl\GAME one uetibn f '
year atmninient. you 'be 4
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wored out 'er fer :
they grind
$gj month allowance |Uu $ month U JW flaw r Place her. / up I EXCLU t to'
p.ndents* AND\ ; paper I wish ol, pap could Ivan ylor M j I'I'e :
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I *. For mm .nllitin r nliitln; now, fanil allowann win. BARBQTWeb CIIC&OU AVL. I 1 eaper'! PHONE 104-J n.actER AYE f lit ,
continue until aii on after the war la officially! ended. ( Once know a feller In our"school t i
Q Who,., tnj. coin< "'...._..1IIU ------ who'd run flggers way yp good } i''t'e I\

*. If you .nllrt ft/a % may select to nerve U 'any ov.rMai '-nary. teacher could read th' sum-feller claim that no one ---' I ---1 i ;' I It'(: ,i

th.ur MA''has n1n,.., *".p.clally Japan or KorwuQ. I i Ordway SMITHS I 1 Could' He'd work nigh steady all th' day-,just .-.....' to th' pile Rice Hotel Stuart Taxi I \
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yes.To* I rwenllrt S yearn. Lashu Our Statesmen ,ar: like this wlsard It could be they re kin by RVIC. I;t1 ti'

,..y 1 e.e r.. 1. ey .1J er.J.P D TOO birth-fer,while our debts so dad-bum big we don't rltely know a RBY, I : jWf rl,

A. Tes. yon, ,If yon r-.nll t\r. a -yr torm within .0 daysliennc.ble Fe -SODA 'ear worth they keep rite on their loanln' spree, thus aaddlnj0\ Net stn For I Prom P ep e adable ''If I i i' 'I
I tUttf VrtSSIS- dischail, ahtas D movies a S Fn.taS our debt'guess; some Congressmen e'n read, but at figgerin'Erea At Rerby'e l'l }I'I'e etD ;;
Q.I.I soy aAwsoy/.iw lee le grad.? AND a they're a darn poor bet I Con eoaS j
A To-_ ._held one of certain Altary oeeapatlotial speclaltlos WRECKER SERVICE Fri. ly Spot Opens s A Week
.r.1 li di 1'arc( .doa er aftaluay 12. 1MB,you *M renlistM.'CR aoov aif AIM 6 A. M. 9 P. M. PHONE
a depending onh.> keel m of tim you 1 h.ld the dn! PHONE1142 Post prude i ROME COOEE D i
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"Seed o.d.+'w..L.. iMI14 WHEN YOUR THINKING OfCONCRETE Idea1 S I rte EXPERT ---- LET, US I ElCOMPLETEig.r.. Stuart n- ::-> '

TIRE ,Give Your Car or Truck tion SERVICE t
a i Army Shop A AtJ Camp
'r 1lgoIi No Job T4o Large Or
Army terra tike Nsgesj TooCnutlHOB&fOUND ,,,
j w M5Ih1U b w.r 6x1 1---- dsen RECAP Mo tta gBL to J.
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.' TU?'STUART NEWS, STTJART Marta Ceantj. FLORIDA THURSDAT ,JAN SO 1M7

... r Veterans Administration now They comprise (0:per cent There it no conflict\
Governor Caldwell Inaugurates .j I'hu about 130,OQO' employees.eligible !-I all VA employees' malt' ofl Inf and forestry ID /II

LYRIC for veterans preference female. s
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PROGRAM FOR I INSTRUMENTS 0' RECORD In an effort to reduce highway PROCLAMATIONSTATE OFFLORIDAEXECUTIVE i PAINT; ( SPECIALS

Deaths and Injuries during 1947.
WD-Joseph Epithet to I DEPARTMENT
THIS WEEK
;, :: Oakes. Florida newspapers are to launcha Tallahassee)

I QC.-Inlet Realty Co.,to campaign starting February WHEREAS: traffic accidents; In Florida are IncreasingIn
I 1. patterned after a similar
:,' FRI. AND SAT. M. Diana tram which met with great pro-success number and severity, taking an intolerable toll in needlessly 1
sacrificed! lives, crippling injuries and property dam-
Q.C..Charles p. Cahlll to in New Jersey. sP
JAN. 31-fEB. I and CompleteStock D
..CovellaQC Admitting their goal; of a reduction age
DOUBLE FEATURE of 2000 deaths and injuries WHEREAS, It is essential to the welfare of the peo-
; +Felicia M. Diana to of Florida that these needless losses be prevented, ;
ple
Scuff
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,lei P. Cahill.Chat. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Millard F. Caldwell, by vir- I
assignment the PAINT BRUSHES
Hunl Stllm newspapermenpoint
eiI s Mtg-Wm\ W. '
tue of in Governor of the State
the authority vested me as /
I to the JIew Jersey -
lane RUSSEll Lou'>li mA'fflAID"II to Hiram C. in which.the,accident program rate of Florida, proclaim that the year 1947 J>ea, period of In- ( BRISTLE F,
.Asgt Mti.B.: tense and continuous effort the of all public
dropped fifty per cent the first on part agan- NYLON __
Citizens Bank month, and highway deaths were cies and the citizenship to halt this unnecessary waste by
W.D.-C. B. Arbogast to the lowest In IS years : exercising care in the operation of vehicles and by co- NEOCETTI; LOR LUX
C. ,Webb. The 13 week program will be' operation in strengthening laws and ordinances and In enforcement HQUSt DAINTWALLPAPE'v
Sat Catherine F
Mtg- sponsored\ by the Florida Press policies, as individuals and as members of organized
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to Jessie Scott.W.D..ctyde Association and the Associated groups, including State and local Highway Safety ties.f .
D. Yates to Danes, who will\ release educational -i Committees nhrrar
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Stewart. !stories and advartlsementson IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have herenuto OTHEf Exfer/or
MtgWilliam! Stewart to getjmjr hand and caused to be affixed the
zens Bank highway safety I Great Seal of the State of Florida at Talla- SPEC FLOORS.
Deed & Rel.-Indlantown of Mucl4
The lumber industry holds a hassee, the Capital this the 22nd day LONGER
Fast
Co. to .Homer Sellers night position In the economic' January A, D. 1947. I BRUSH GLEANER Drying5ATONE
Deed & Rel-Indlantown
FEAT E 3 life of the southern states andit A. p. 1947. ATCHiXc
Co. to C, M. Shlvar f PLASTIC
Is from this -: ATTEST:
Important\ economic
Indlantown
Deed & Rel-
I Co. H. A. standpoint that the farm /MILLARD F. CALDWELL ING PUTTY e '
Deed & Rel. Indlantown i timberlands be given proper for GovernorS
.t. swsrr est management for a future / R. A. Gray, ICK FILLER
Co. to P. W. Tillis.
UUONRENEW& crop of trees Secretary of State ,,1 i ?___-', L )R CLEANER

\ Over 63000 World War 'PAINLEAMERSCAULK1)
veteran are studying !
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t. right on the farm under
federal laws administered 1
I Veterans AdminIStration. OUND

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( .f' Classic of High, I Daily : '
I .i' Day Phones 38 and 21ft--Nit 44-R-4 .- BOX
Adventure STOP
on J'1' I NO.2TOt1 CAN YOU ON A DIME ?.
FEATURE
it ; The High Seas" ; .
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::1i, ,\ I more adjustments for safe driving 't| i $ f
I Can you be sort jour car will stop at I dangerous intenct-
: f I lion,or remain In eontrol down stee*kill Are year brakes
rl,1 I In \ I efficiently adjusted for quick emergency stops Dist wait "
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for a crash to find out M.le periodic examinations' of four
I 'CLUBHAVANA"\ I I lafety and equipment lights Check brakes,steering gear,wheel alignment -, WE SiVJC ii

l You arc. at the mercy of a ton of fast meriaf metal! At 4V
I miles per hour it requires 128 feet for a safe normal stop
j i 'I i from the lime jour brain tells jour foot to step,the brake' v
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f i LADO HLEYY NOVELTY I I or others at slake. r'(. YOU

W0.11AM TAIL? I Defers )ou START be sure you tan STOP-mn din*.
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sees tee line Jik stows '
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1 k, TUES. WED. THE LIUHTHOUSEtVES .For .."...al years,wo have realized that all
automotive wrvtco(i including our own):"hat not
FEB. 4..5 boon oflss/ calibor which yo.at a cwtonwr k. W* wM occurofofK' / diav-b, th. b4 of our'abDifylh.IN !
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we at a doalor have dotirod due primarily -pain' seeded on your' war H you roaunt 'B, w* wilt give you I In
PM1 t to shortage of manpower and matcnak aneour analysis of the wars to b*don., ',.
a.situation ov.r which wo have had no control.

I FOOD At IT'S BEST. Today however, with' mor ext rtene.d iwil writs up your order cWly.; and /fcoWv, and eeosaptstfy
O'BrflENMARCH ., mechanics in our organization and with' torparto *-r authorization to do the work before starting.
becoming more readily,evailabl I '
Enjoy: A Ploftsant, Refined Atmosphere i they hove boon for yoon, wo want yc W* 'fy you )In advance of any additranal work" w. think \
know that our car service Is rapidly
gej should ; r
b-* and SMUT
your! approval before prace.ding.to .
fni bock to normal, end as conditions cm Due
All Food Is Un Supervision of Our
improve,you may onpoct to roctiff from ,h
M tho lams,fins torvic* that.you boos 'V wineconomlcoDy N i eR th* work an your,car as eWscl.nijy and al1L ,
"Nationally Renowned M3jj Edward, Shea" accuttomod, receiving in f Or sari. as <.. W* will reploc enfy Inos* parts which ks's' p,
. our(udgment neel
placing
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Wo of the Qwvrol sorvic ajEanizaKon ,' 1 ai
if.. W* have a reputation for good fodU and uard It carstully, want you to "know that.wo vou our..nia wt1 1\ ea
buifaoa 'tno WW' dog_Jnd'lhat wo, W: rood-1ItI t ear after the work b don*and oo for.we Er
Serving: 12 Noon Until\2 Midnight are det* mined to sirs you Mch sound and return f the car to you) nature of N work uI ItW y c''
saHsfying/ sorvic: that Vo lit want to b* .',1'm_ ,
t t'' THE BEST OF CHOICE WHISKIES, WINE \ d LIQUORS our cwtomof ioratong tim o coed wM! endeavor to I yow ar ready M Mm*. M KM wok"
'. ., !fakes longer than w*MtimoDmDoulDl a i WV advise for In advanceW II,
I you aj
t After A Day's Fishing You Will Find ur CocktaiN unge The: '' *., "
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