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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: February 6, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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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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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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Lt 7 NO SI THE STUART NEWS, STUART Martin County, FLORIDA,, THURSDAY, FEB. f, 1M7
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DOCTORS LANDED WHOPPER IN SAILFISH WPB-- NYC SURGEON GARDEN MIAMI MONDAY'S GARDEN CLUB TO MEETING EDITORAT HEAR SHIPES-ROWELL I BARBECUE HIGHWAY PATROLMAN TICKET FROM WARREN POLICE BUTTON CHIEF. BUYS ROY FIRST BAKER 1 1117 MORE PUPILS ;, '1 1IN



A MSE FINE longest West Palm Satlflsh peach in-the The historyof second HITSJACKPOJ P Mrs. Flora Hughes. garden edi ATTEND STATE LOCAL SCHOOL t !

the West Palm Beach Fishing tot of the Miami Dally News, will

Club was entered In the 10th be guest speaker at the monthly I"I '

lOSPITALHEREEminent annual Silver Sailfish Derby by IN SAIL FISHING meeting of the Garden Club of MEET IN TAMPACounty THAN LAST YEAR I !
John MacNeil of Philadelphia Stuart Monday at 2:30: p. m. at .
-- He landed an eight-foot nine and the Women f club General gar I

air phjr.ician. one-half Inch fish on the sixth 'Doubilets and Bartlet fenlng will be Mr*. Hughes Commissioners Urge ,.
day of \the three-weeks' event. theme, wlh'particular attention Enrollment Increased 81 .
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ink Martin County It I Und 13 Billed 1-Cent Ga Tax For
since
'In Its Topped only by the nine foot Beauties lo the culture of gardenia and Road September j
fortunate camellias' Opening Date -
one and one-half entry of
Hospital Charles H Brook, Jr., of Indianapolis Dr and Mr. Henry, Doubilct t With many years experience hI County Commissioner Warren ___ I'' '.4I
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of nine years ago. Mac- of New York City and Mr and the field shd will answer questions Snipes of Jensen Beach and Representative I Registration for the new
.Martin\. County hospital will Nell Sailfish! was more than Mr*. Austin Bartlet and daughter for her listeners Members i, Marvin Bowel at- semester which begad Monday ,

Liicn its annual drive for fund nix Inches longer than the previous Eleanor, of Louisville, Ky. ore asked to bring arrangement 'tended the 'state meeting of county revealed 565 student in the Stuart J I
kh a luncheon for worker at contender for the Rea hit the Jackpot last week while appropriate St. Valentine's commissioners In Tampa schools, an Increase Of 81
J noon tomorrow at ChUholm trophy, according Wiley R sallflshlng with Capt C. A. d&)'. All flower lover visiting last week end, over September registration '
Illl. Mis) MaI'J'Shackelford, Cobb, Jr, club secretary Whltlcar aboard the Gannet the city are invited Hostesses are
live director, announced that -- --- This 14 Dr. Doubilet Drat visit: Mrs. Horace Atwood, Mr*. J, Y. The state association called on figure. At the end of the last

[volunteer anlstants have been her, He and bill wife left Harper. lain George Conrad, the legislature to adopt a constitutional school year there were 448 student ,

Led up and be present to hear! BWSSENATJENSENBEACH day after a 10-day Mon-I Mrs. Talmadge Wilson and diversion amendment of gasoline preventing tax- enrolled. "

C F. Comb, New York City the Pelican hotel l" They funds except for 'roads and Two classes are now occupy- "

-ofeuor and research dermato. everyday never, once road tog the new building under construction -
tlst speak on the value of the ed empty.handed and return-j SHERIFF BRINGS purposes ',
Vipltil to the community and The commissioner aiso adopted on the, campus. with I ,I
ed uie Marun advertising
county a resolution axklnff the Irali. -- I two more scheduled to go in thiS
; problem Involved la operat- Is certainly not chamber of I '
: such an Institution. DISCUSS PIER commerce propaganda ROBBER VICTIMTO lature to give proceed of the Law Enforcement Officers of Martin county Joined forces, under week. I I
recent of seventh-cent gasoline tax to I direction of Sheriff Dick Hancock, to nine a record-brealwiff-r During the next two or three ,
| praise Bartlets
Inspired by With the ,- who are
counties for road purposes March of Dime* campaign to raise funds fur the National round- [week* other units of the building ,
who :
have
\On and surgeon season guest, at Mrs. Franklin
J.t HOSPITAL The group alien For Infantile Paralysis, Inc The officers will be occupied a* they are
rked In the hospital' and Edward W rd ElectedSecretaryTreasurer Jones' Palm Lodge at Port Sc- postponed until were hosts to theI -'
I June county at a benefit barbecue In fourth Ht. Park completed, alleviating the crowd. I
,en who have visited It this of wall .... they landed 8 tall Jan the election of officers I Sunday afternoon -
I which was one of the largest of theJ I ed condition which have necessitated I
AssociationAt money-making events
\\a the hospital committee cxli 129, releasing S; boated and released Commissioners attending the ,
Sheriff O M. Hancock campaign the use of temporary
i a record-breaking drive toi the one the next day and annual convention Friday night J '
t i the annual deficit of the the Jensen monthly Beach Business meeting of' caught and released 4 the third ed that Ellgah N Nipper report-I heard dor Millard Caldwell declare quarters downtown for some of I
Men'sAssociation the
Ian operation. Although a lenitive day 21, of Reeves, Mo, was himself "more and more ANN Sill ithilAN I elementary grades .
In Town Hall Monday I
CONCERT CLUBORGANIZED --- ---- ,
quota of $15,000 la being evening, Edward J. Ward I Miami Parties Here to' Martin County hospital shortly pessimistic" over financing expanded I MOVII) : ACTRESS ,1
Iked! Mil ,eat, It II hoped that was elected SecretaryTreasurerto Capt. Whltlcar also reported I after noon yesterday |In a state service without i UMTS!: STUART ''CROPSHARDHIT ,i jl
td.itjonal(! contribution will I for the John Overby party from additional taxes
fill of
vacancy that office serious condition after being j BY
abe possible needed expansion Miami Although they raised 8 I Several week ago I expressed I Ann Sheridan the darling of
Chairmen of the following lobbed and thrown from a Sea movlcd'jm. and her director, BY SEVERE COLD
of the
department I
pertain and hooked 4, they failed to, the hope that If the sum total
Istltutlons.I I, committee reported that their land a trophy-winner I board train Tuesday midnight 'of tax revenues Is not reduced I stopped In Stuart this morning

I Dr. K Wlnfleld Ney. New York, objective were accomplished] Thomas: McHaUee and party The sheriff said his office was we could accomplish the needed I YOUNCPEOPLETeenAger fur coffee at Tom Puroil station
and committee were discharged; I I and were later directed to the Agricultural Agent Reports
|itjr brain specialist who baa from the Pelican club at Miami called by the railroad supervisor purpose without additional I' ,
new pavement through business I 1
Victory hotel where have Loss to ,
they Heavy Vegetable
en operating In, the hospital i section : also landed a beauty which l at noon after Nipper had been taxes, Caldwell said "But after I I -I
Street lighting and taken I
his last year,went on record In they traded for a release .button found at Delta Just north of I have studied the budgets which I Inaugurate roomsiKIWANIANS Growers t '

I letter of commendation of Highway signs. I -along with a nice dolphin. t tCapt. .We-t I Palm Beach. : have been submitted and have I Series of Musical ---- Martin County shivered and ,, '

duties here In urging th'l I ,Visiting speaker were Douglas' .. 1. Whiticar -' He was brought to ute; Indian- noted the Increases for essential ProgramsThe suffered along with the rest of

pport of the fund, Sliver, manager of WIRA broadcasting Line Reports I town station by Supervisor Ifutta.i service, I become more and more I / HEAR;I'I i Florida today from one of/ the
station, as representative young people of Stuaitere
|i> letter to Miss Shackelford of East Coast Highway Asoscla-I Capt Johnson Whltlcar, who,|i Nipper reported that he had pessimistic\ : being highly commended on worst cold waves in several years '

.ated: LIon, and H. B. Kraft managerof skippers\the. Blue Water, reported !been working on the farm In the "Certainly the state does not their spirit of Initiative demon- 'I Severe damage to all vegetable
"Stuart ha the foundation for Martin County Chamber of :3 calls landed by Bruce Young i I I homestead section during the have on hand or In tight enough titrated recently in organlrhiu BAKER'SREPORT plantings was reported throughout -

excellent hospital, which InIme Commerce. and party of the Sunrise Inn I'i eason and had hopped a freightat money to grant all or evena I the musical talent of the tern I the county while residents

should attract considerable Several! suggestions for future which netted two releas buttons -i Pompano to get: over to Belle substantial portion of the re- age group Into a Concert Clubof hovered close la their heatert
jttentlon to The Glade tu finish the quests" for more ON ECHA MEET and fireplaces long unused from
this community Improvement were discussed, and a souvenir George Edwards out farm season money which Kenneth Uewlyn I lit ,.J
lUng\. population coming to principally' that of the feasibilityof and his brother and party there Two men in A freight 'The governor said his beliefIn president I what heretofore had been an '

jtuart In the large part art eldfj erection of a municipal, ocean landed add released a nice one car robbed him of $200 and the principle 'state collected While a wave of Juvenile dcImquency unusually warm" !winter i ./'
\ people who do *o In the to- fishing pier at Jensen Beach.DR.OGLETREETO. from lh blue Water on Jan 27 threw him oft the moving train, taxes for state purposes should Is being decried I City! Commissioner Bob Baker I: John Mann, chief of the local ; I

rest of health. .8. that any I hi'said! He remained uncon- be intended to the seventh cent ,throughout the nation, this, reported to Stuart Kiwanis at 1 weather station said the the- ,",
ont)' Invested In the hospital ,AROUND THE WORLD" irlou from"-midnight, suffering of the' gasoline-tax" and, that county law enforcing officers! last Friday luncheon on the I mometer dropped to a low of 32 )

ot t only make feasible the lID.rovement !AT- ; M. K. CHURCH broken rlo and exposure from 'gasoline taxes should be used who are, not kept busy arresting i I recent meeting of the East Coast 1 degrees in, .. downtown Stuart ,1f I
of the health of the An unusual! kodachrome, soundmoln. lying half-submerged In a pool le Improve the public highwaysystem" youthful offender but are 1 1beln. Highways association Purposeof early this morning Unofficial I, :'

nmunlty, but carr be one of picture will be shown In ''of water, Hospital attaches re- ..invited to evening musical! I I the organization is to en- ,I I reports from Outlying ectlons.I '

.i strongest drawing cards In- CONDUCT CHURCH the Methodist, church Sunday ported this morning that his' He added however, that "It programs staged by the local.I:courage more tourist travel down'i i were as low as 26 degrees I "

far as the visiting\. population evening at 7:30.: It has a complete condition 1 it Improved. te! with great reluctance that tam high school students I the East coast, he said" tn urging Residents reported some dam: : ,I ,
concerned musical! score with appro- A* the. robbery occurred In forced to voice grave doubts" That the local young people the club to cooperate. A Mar-j age to flowers and yard shrubs, I 1 '

'Mlss Bergllt Nielsen Is one SERVICES HEREBaptist priate commentary-land presentsthe Palm Beach county the case was that the next legislature will do: have learned the fa.*'(nation 01 I tin county committee Is while farming areas, except some 1 ,
If r the most competent hospital rural people of the world, turned over to authorities 'of anything about-'eatoring the the cultural activities of life isle formed to carry out the program Isolated high I ground and protected 1

xecutlve* that I have ever met. the great cities, fishermen, West Palm BeachCHAMBERliLL, seventh cent for road purposes I MAY be attributed to the. school I now being mapped out by1 1 spoU were hard hit by '
nd It ha fallen to my lot to Leader Begin 12. houseboat dwellers, etc It sinews] Commenting on the Increased' faculties and those volunteer I :I the slate group he said! t the killing frost \ II't I I : J 4L 4--

rjanlze the professional serv- Day Revival Monday then at work at play, a( f uncr. Budget requests Caldwell said 'adults who have sponsored the-, Tom Srhieckengost Wan ac- ; M. Johnson county 'ugrl a I
:es of a number of larger hoaitali Evening ate and at worship, the school children of thl state youth program .- However the 0 eplcd into membership of the : cultural "agent;said reports from ,a -
> During the war and after, "Young and old are Invited, deserve better treatment and II Concert Club Is not an adult-I club and R. J. Dunn of tlie-Rlver Indtantown and Kobe Sound I II I I i jd -:
hings were particularly difficult Dr; Wiley D. Ogletree, pastorof see Interesting and beautiful UP .It takes $18,000,000 additional I. .ponsored. organization It Is view apartment was accepted as'i' truck farms revealed heavy loss I
nd I think all hospitals were Central Park Baptist churchof moving picture, which reveal WIND MEMBER for one, believe It Is money well strictly by youth and for youth. I 'i transfer from the Cleveland I to pepper, eggplant and squash ,I !.. I -
llowed to run down because of Birmingham will preach at more than any sermon the spent I end Is already u Kiitrrfwful, going KIwanis club The secretary reported The County; had little acreage in !

hortage of supplies. But there the First Baptist church of Stuart need of the world for Jciys "The old-use assistance. mils project : .. the membership had tomatoes and beans which were i.lt,,1 1 I,
r* certain thing which ,must during a 12 day revival, be, Christ," Pastor w. O. Aldridte DRIVE THIS WEEK the dependent children and the The first monthly ""OIll''I'.1! rebelled the sixty mark the two crop worst hit. In the Iy i

e classified a* "musts" and I ginning Monday night at 7;30 said blind are rapidly increasing and given Wednesday' of I last Committee reports of the club lake region t' I Ii' 1'
nd that Miss Nielsen I It well ac. Service will also be held each - --- Final Flourish Expected To 'additIonal funds are essential the civic center, was attended bya I i inrludoo1 $35 'to the Key club: ; I Johnson stated It will be a day i f '

instated with the relative 1mwtance morning at II a. m. beginning Carry Subscriptions to It we are to meet the need" large and appreciative audl J1B8 08 to the Boy Scouts; $27 to or two before damage' to citrus i I ', II, 4lruit ':
of. these need Tuesday.Dr. 50 FFAMEMBERSTO $10,000 ence. The program Included: I the 4.H club summer camp and could be determined I because !,;,,,,
"1 have done several brain op- Ogletree U widely knownIn GREEK RELIEF CASE) June Matousek piano. sols| $ teen-age activities, It i of the delayed effect which jlliC
rations In the hospital\ and most Alabama for his pastoral ATTEND i Going Into the final week of AIDED BY STUART MIN "Warsaw Concerto"} and 17U: reported that $90 has I cold ha* tfixm this crop. However ,
""ospltals believe that their pro- leadership and preaching ability. FAIR 4 the drive for fund for the Martin I sia Impromptu; been recently pent on lumber l.Iltnibr no damaged Is expected / '
wlonal abilities are taxed 'to "He ha had unusual success In I County Chamber of Com American all over the country lyn, piano solo, .ranla-I tier the new Girl Scout camp \. in citrus 'llj'4
IOupsf.ll |
he utmost In a successful brain reaching men for Christian service -, ........... I II merce. Drive-Caotain' L. C. Kick- ere answering the "Didful cry for 12", Wayne Wells for the day Included Though Martin County showed '
and his messages will appealto Instructors and Smouse the total held of the Oreek people whose "Indlarl! Love Call" Lou'
Deration. I have been very I Long liter announced today : Betty Key club representatives, evidences of a freeze It ap- ''I I
iirceably surprised. at the com- the men of this community," To Accompany Boy received to date amounted to home are gone, whose breadwinners Matheson, piano solo, "Pollchl :I sun Kramer and Warren pears to have I '
*tenc* of Miss Nielsen and her Rev. Phil Maxwell said today. I To Tampa $7600. are dead whose children nelle". and soprano aulol t "My I jr. Edward Jones of Eml'r'i warmest J)1: : \ !) '

nanagement. Serving on the Executive Committee Concentrated last efforts' will roam the street In search of Hero and 'Birth of Morning" i I W Va.; WaUr}:" Eshback Florida Semi-official tempera :' I,.,J
"There of. the Alabama Baptist Between 40 and 50 metnber be made In the next seven days food and who-lace the worst Sarah Roberts, soprano wino, I I
are lantic and tures In the lake / ;
weak D :
a number of city H. Saunders area were experiment .
Poll In the Convention has given him .valui. of the Sailfish Chapter Futur4 toward the $10000 goal, and winter In their history Andy Romance" and Sweetheart, I j it '4I J
organltatlon for 61 I.ucie county representatlnfrom' Station at Belle Glade, 1'1" [
"hied she is not responsible, and able experience with religious I Farmen of America, will leave next week Stuart New will tslmas and Tommy Sava of Johnny Rains, tenor solo "Let Me 'I fort Pierce 27: Azucar. 25; and land lying I .: ,.", i t :
hlch she I It trying correct These leaden of Ifs own State and after school Friday for the Stato. print the final! list of contributors Stuart heard this cry and have Call You Sweetheart I north of the West Palm Beach 3 ne I,
re questions of throughout the South Fair at Tampa and the livestock Those citizenS who have sent four food package to four President Llewlyn staff! of off.cers i Magician Harrington will pre canal, 24. A complete loss f r
equipment and crop
rent
tomorrows luncheon
*n nnel. But given the oppor- -Last July Dr. and Mrs. Ogletree and vegetable Judging contests held back for the wind-up flourish amUles through Oreek War Relief includes Betty Lou Math I program was reported with the exception UI hej 1'I I

'unity. I believe, that ,the wIllable i-pent, their vacation\. In Stuart: The contests are held by thel.tate I can toss their checks In, the Association "Telegraph a eson a* 'vlce-presiden., Wayne' of some celery: Ii' ,
to when he preached at the'Ioca! vocational agriculture department -] ring now. Food Package" program. Wells, secretary; Sarah Roberta' '
make -
an excellent ---
bowing. Baptist church. The public Is In cooperation with Here I 11 the. list of this weeks In getting these 140 pounds of treasurer, and June Matousek. THE WEATHER j < 6; ,,
invited to hear his vital clear- the state fair association which I member: wholesome American food concert chairman The club '
"I 1
have been a member of the the staple>> to Greece Mr. Tslmas and For tl i sea .t.k. .. reported. br BAND CONCERT
cut messages regarding offer prises A team of three Previously acknowledged $7f75.SOSwlnglehurst. meet each week to plan the
s year' a truth of the Oospel local boy will enter the livestock Henry B. 25 Mr, Sara encountered no Inconvenience : month concert. There 1s no admission CIt, Hull JtltwrtT.. ,
"*"not and been to far a* I know there. City and County Official have ,Judging contest and a team of ,Lyric ,Theatre 35 They merely deposited -, charge and the public Is ..'::imu r r:.tiirM MI.imm sd1.e, '

">f to which she a single staff meet- been Invited a* special guest at three vegetable Judging contest -'Carlberg. ,Snot J. H $51 In New York to cover invited. Date of the next concert I... .:. ,'. WILL BE PLAYED "I
"Wwlsonat could bring her the morning hour of worship The delegation will be accompanied ': peer, Blanche Van Every 25 the cost' packing, Insurance, has not yet been announced. J.. U 1 ,,,

"nc* problem'and get Sunday at U *, m. by C W, Long, voca til Witt Tobacco Co. 12 shipping and delivery in Crete., .,"'"I,i Ii, t I "..5 iiInh U '
so .
!m nt necessary la the manal atonal agriculture Instructor,and Schwsriel, H J. i. I "To expedite delivery of, food 'tOMM1TIIT.. -WORK .., a 05 U AFTERLECTURE R
ot the hospital,, and small Institution*'.he has. ever Jack Smouse, manual art Instructor Ferguson Ores Shop. ( to (tarring Greece we purchased : Andy Tslmas chairman ;rlbel ant a ti: so5ht 55INCHm
'nnimely ,.,_,__
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eral10n of necessary th* to the dellb- inspected. ,. both of the Martin Ward. B. W .*"- .,. '< .3DSvUokoa thousands of :38-pound food USO drive' to raise the county IN aAIN'ALL 1s'
csclii05! In trustees for their Dr. Arthur Met; whose home County high school. and will be Emil' .,. .,. ( parcels and chipped them totockplles quota ef $13', announced that t.h .. Sunday Concert Starts At ',.
tent. question of manage- address U University Club, Chicago quartered at McOUl Field during Blue Goose ., :.. ". 25 located at strategic cheeks should ,be sent to Mrv .'.... I a .11 io 4il5 After Christian ,
1' expenditure etc. and who 1 II an outstanding their t,, -da, stay to Tampa. hsppelka, A. H. 15 olnts.,". explains a OWRA of- Lloyd Travis, t ,,"nr. -:" Science Lecture l '-,
Ibowd believe that the *" pltal I surgeon in,he wind city,visited I Oilson Slide'Rul* ?. .UOirUtensen telal. Then, when money is Other worker are Judge A. O -- Hut
be fully repaired al early REGISTER NOW FOB orthcomlng from charitable Canner, M. O. LJUman and In' I
* fundi i the local hospital last month and I ,' C. E. ? 10 ThTAI.THE The School Band concert
'L. I are ootalned for this ,exps'Sased'amuement. over, the .rUTUBE CLASSES IN A' Friend ? -,- 10 Americans, we telegraph the orders luna Crary ,f.r Stuart; Deputy TIDES \the band shell Sunday afternoon -
With the believe. that Miss Nielsen :complete, scientific facilities HOME NURSING Robinson, Capt. Jim ,. 10) to Greece and delivery of t. B. Spinney, Jensen Beach; H. I ha been' postponed until 4:15': '
Matatanee of a organJ which an available here. A mem- i Although it %M too laM to enter JMuwon, R. Winder 15 the food I\I made within a niaticr -\ M. Saunders, ladiantown and F o'clock. Principal Erwin John-. n -

J "edical taff. can give theMweckron ber of the Snug Harbor, group, the first, Home Nursing Class, Baldwin Realty Corp" 10 of hours." F.,.Adam. Hebe Soind... ... I 'Wick'' announced today '
lIOIaIIIunlt sf'ehiadI.n.tmt'e55 I.
11tile ODe 01 the. ,bel<< hee- he w.... escorted through the ISis Flora': Stanley, Instructor, Vtf, Col. A. C, 10Southern Oi.-" ...b ..011.. F....' V ....4..... TOm 1.ld., This will be after the Christian -
lit florida"' hospital by Dr. Hollis Potter, urge all ,Interested'In future Dairies' 10 &AILF1SH CLUB MEETS CHAMBER MEETING FOR ,as,,..em a..n SInS, 'inC. ..,.44 5,5,0 I ,,uS.. misses Ie .1.. Science lecture at the. high. ,
General
q( 8e reiar7' eminent J&dIoIOIIIC'and. investor class.* to.fegliter at the Red Wlxm. R R fStOart 25 AT I O'CLOCK TONIGHT MONDAY.CANCEUED i,, ire' i school auditorium.

ioye lit 4merlcar1 CoIIeII <8ur .of.,the Potter-Bucky dla- Cross office 19 that future jachet. Plumbing ft Metal 'The fir t DeI'alD..tI\ .t t tbe The monthly. meeting of the Hw.. t..P.Ia.1 This free lecture which to open _

'tOtaij'II4boc-.., wfco ,ha' phram,, who also complimented doles may, be compiled Du* to forks, Inc, _._ 100Crwe St..rt. SaIlfish elak for the Chamber of Commerce, planned r.... t 5,10.UI 550 PM.. 5,45 1.11r. to the public will be given by, _ _
Gf boIPltalt III aD asesteni the hospital! and ImmedlaUly the compuotnes of the ubject Marvin, N. _.. 'Iet fcew year will ke held at 8 e'elaek for, Monday night at the civic .... a.... sins. sis. sos Thomas E. Burley, C.BAr .tlvM,,,
lIwtb*> and htb Asiwotea. .Mrj asked to be put down for a donation matter, new- student can pot ,W T: '.. __ 10 tealghl kl the Mart 11_. Prwl- center, ha been Indefinitely cb., a..ieU, UII,_, ess las O'iIP.5,51 essr.Ie .' Louisville, Kentucky, on the tub .<
that Martta County ju*. when informed of the lo enter elas.| after the tint meet- Seat Harry. Dyer has urged a postponed. according to H. B. :11:: 5il5- ores sssr.bis I Ject, "Christian Science: Scientific ,
P"It ne> of the beet In Tola!Itedate fin ttMftlaiMe. .I lice lee 0,55, 0,50o'.bsu "
appointed cad\ .. for.fund -$7MSM Craft, manager : see see oee: sea Restoration
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"MARKETING WITH 1 which It has a atoll has, been out the country," Mr. Smith said regularly to carry our mess-,
Late Inter-American Institute Ranks SPRAY PROGRAM I MAUORIE" IS NEWA put Into effect by.A P Food The campaign\ la entitled to the public; with these add",

to *'F FEATURE Stores,. R. M. Smith presidentof Marketing with MarJorie' andIs tlona our advertising list e
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At the food chain' Southern Division newsy and chatty In form It total nearly 3,000"
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CLASSIFYRUSSELL j High University ,Of Florida GETS UNDERWAY6t.te \ announced today. will tell consumer about the

t Jscltsonvllle An experimental "The new advertising will appear famous quality brand to be

Bt KAY Gainesville While"American-iiins. has of course, adversely plan of placing company advertising every 'other week ,In 220 found In local A A P Stores.A .

sclld rlty" and the "good neighbor affected the Latin-American Board Of Health T* In.at least one newspaper papers In this Division and In a ft P has always believed

i \ policy" remain only phrasesIn exchange program and may con Fight Malaria Carrier. In every community in .total IOf: 900 newspaper through- strongly In the telling power of
t '%his U the time of year that the minds of many In the na Unue to do so for several yearsif With DDT --- newspaper advertising. The best
l'' would like to be Twins or,trip- flop, they have been translated the QI continues' In collegeIn ,1 ; proof 1s that we have been using BR
Mil or It into Plan for third, house-to- LISTEN TOm approximately 2,000 newspapers
something for I is the a working reality- the numbers proportionate to thisyear
1 time when everything'eeems to University of Florida house DDT spraying program 'Pl --

happen<< at once and it seems that For here North and CallnAuiertcan Authority to admit l at least tor malaria control In Florida P

I. I'm more or 1 lees mixed up with civilisation meet as 100 of the scores of applicants counties, where a malaria hazard Jane Parker
., everything that I lis happening, ttudenls from both countries who have sought admission to ha been known to exist

t As Secretary of the Florida work together, exchanging business the University 'Of Florida will besought i the fast State being Board whipped of Into Health.shape by ICED DEVIL'S FOOD

Fair, I find duties in and cultural Idt'as'.nd by the Institute. and the
connection
This however, >
according
with this Ideal, and making life-time whole program of InterAmerican year -
particular job demanding to John Mulrennan director Of COCOANUTCAKE
.
I friendships In a program of International |ffairs will undergo TOodincatlons 1.
more and moro of my time, malaria control, In order for a
fostered'
good will by for operation on a larger
11 hlle the Annual Press Bregk- county to be! eligible for the service -
the Institute .
of er-American '
y': (ant follows on the heels of the Affairs. rlle Florida's Initiative <.-. recognised that county will have to Every
{ Fair and most (fit I the work In furnish the laborrequired In '
Although newcomers may hear i In 1931 by the Inter-Allied Mon. 'Wed.
.
('onnectlon with that mint be applying! the spray, The State ,fI
with a jolt Spanish or Portuguese Congress of Veterans by presentation -
I
done during the, time I am most Conversations on the nights of the FIDAC medal Board of Health will furnish the 9:45A. D 1 r 55cl
busily engaged with my dutleiJt DDT, spraying and automotive SQUARE
agricultural or organic chemistry doubtless Influenced the U 8
i the State Fair, alignment' or pucker brow Government to propose, and equipment and supervision for WIR In. ass ,ruwrK uec rM c
!1.0 Since the Into effect
my mind ill' ordupiedwith putting operation -
4t the sound of English pronunlation subsequently to ratify the Convention -
such activities at the moment practice within Florida for Promotion of InttrI Heretofore,the program has
;:I the matter of writing a column walls. to the University .student I American Cultural Relations been paid for entirely by funds Choice A T Fruits and VegetablesFor
becomes a real burden. allocated! to the state health I Peak
vho has been on campus more adopted at Buenos Aires In 1938 Freshness!
'" About all I can do \Is tell you a than a few days it's Just every- Most recent of these Instituteswas agency by ,U 8. public Health ,

,::1 bit about Fair events and lay stuff One educator has remarked ; sponsored last February Service! Now, because of a shortage .Iceberg 2 Heads U. S. No> 'I White ,

:, urge that the presence of La- ,when Latin-American teachers: of money for this type service K .
Lettuce .. 27cU.
and 'because It Is a'local ,
The I Fair POTATOES39c
Florida this I
"J year will In-Am"rlcan students on the of English from Argentina Cuba, .
j f I health problem, It I II felt that ---- '
+ I resent the greatest exhibitionI 1 Torlda campus/ an educationn Paraguay, Urguay, and Venezu- 1
local people should assume a S. No. 1 Yellow
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: < Agricultural a
l' and Industrial itself
cola came to the University to i'8' '
Ametns
exhibits ever assembled In the tar Curtailed Program study history fin arts music, portion of the responsibility, 'j ati.- hyt Onions, Sibs. 23c :
Under the new set-up all the .
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State Counties/ from all sectionsare Although wartime conditions end both written and spoken --
homes will be eligible for a good I Green --
Is 'nterfered with student I educational Fresh Top
participating and most exchangeo !:naUa1In a typical CRISP
going-over with DDT. Whereas,
!
instances they are staging elaborate a great degree, 31 Latin- forum. Florida was one of the Carrots 2 bch. 19c
') in the past only houses In areas :
displays that Vmerlcan students have been CELERY
surpass any four American UnlveraUes ,
there there was AlgyltA ---
a density' of T
I in previous awarded degrees since the United
b years (selected at the time by the U 3. malaria mosquitoes were sprayed Hard Head ,
Brand new features Include States entered the war In 1941. ,
a I Education to conductInstitute This Is with the exception of
"'uantic Electrical Exposition. Current curtailment of enroll-I Cabbage, If). .4c 2 19C

sponsored by the Tampa Electric I II IJ nent at the University, which ) for Latin-American\ those cities having1 a populationof BELL BREAD -- --.......... STALKS
3.000 or more. In those cities.
'mils registration _to Florida I teachers Tender Green """"
J Company where everything 1m.i't.t ___ a larvlcldal I program will be,Instituted K4 r JUICY FLA.ORANGES?
h -- ------- -
i } 1 aginable, in the way of electrical 1 If a malaria hazard :Is i iI ORR""E' BAKERS Beans, 2 Ib,. ...29eNorthern
", ; ----
t tw displayed! and demonstrated 'ALLS FOR EXPANSION j|I CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS to furnish the labor M -
i't.t i nature of this great exhibit )F EXTENSION SERVICE I I

< t which occupies one of the large1 j jluildln A new examination will beheld Fossil$1N STATE PARK Spinach: 2 Uu. 25c 2 DOZ. 35c |

s en the Fair Ground Tallahassee An ex- I In May for civil engineers I DRAW NOTED SCIENTISTS -- _.- -
will be the House of Magic, a' anded general extension servicend 1 seeking appointment as lunlor I
I -hown at the New York '%;>rld1 improved graduate work at grade lieutenants in the. Navy Sarasota (FNSI') Myakka River W SULTANA ,

.j fair. but enlarged, modernized lorldas three institutions of I'I Civil Engineer Corps, the Bureauof Ii IiI State Park, 17 mile southeast ,
I and much Improved. Some 3V ilgher learning were recom- ', Yards and Docks has announced of Sarasota Is becoming a center dValues PEANUT BUTTER lJ e.RZ 31
1 i,. I modern appliances to lesser nended by the Citizens' Com- 't' of attraction for scientists ;

f'I' home, office and factory-drudgery nittee on Education; today Candidates must be between'I because of Its fossils, Supt. Allen ANN PAGE PURE SEEDLESS
', Hill be displayed In the firs In one of a series of reports I,22 and 30 years old graduates Crowley said this week.\ Three BLACK

post-war show of the kind. In a year's study of Florida ;cf an accredited engineering Itnernationally known figures I _, 0 RASPBERRY JAMS;z. 53c
Through the cooperation of th ducatkmal needs and problems'!school. have had three yearsprofessional I that field have Just left after 1

I' Pan-American World Airways, r 'ie committee said the import- experience, or related extended stay They announced WE ARE HAPPY
", 'I great latin American Expositlo: nee of graduate study should active military service, and e woman scientists from Austrti II COLD METAL
is being brought to the Florid' e more definitely recognized ''must be citizens of the U. S, lIa Is now en route to Florida to s.. '
those who will have completedthe visit the park. I FLOUR S3c 43c
nd that attention should be :
fair with
I exhibits from Cubr --.....,. TO B .
Even to regional planning of three years experience: or SERVE YOU ,
'f, Chill. Mexico, Venezuela,, Qrazl .1 .
-
service by July t. 1947 may be The Commissions -
I 'I! Uruguay, Paraguay Colombia 'roblems with neighboring! way' general ADVANCE
accepted. Applicants can .get Increased
appropriation was
tales
Central
"" Indies. to America give the and Fair the an Wee In The General Extension divisiont I"full detail from the Naval Officer from $71050 to 100000. bow- OUR STOCK HAS BE N SELECTED TO SHORTENING CTN. 3Ge

i the University of Florida procurement office In their ever, for expanded services. ,
I [emotional atmosphere I GIVE YOU 1 IE BEST
'Could work with the State De- area -
-- I- 4 Expansion and Improvemer I '
I
<" will be found In every depart artment all of Education In plan- I SURPLUS HOUSES I Today's Milk -/ oday IN Plumite 23eO
tug for
programs public .
ment of the Fair The Livestoc
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: hools and the work should be i OFFERED VETERANSTo Produced & Pkg.Wheaties.
Show this year will be outstantf I II I SPAM39c
ing with some or the finest cat eluded as a part of the aetivl- assist the nd'Paiteuri QUALITY MEATS nd GROCERIESAND llc z.
1 les of all resident staff
tie ever shown In the South I War Assets
lug
program
rs doing work off the unlver- 1I0US'j
I d Gerbers
i I display. The Poultry Show, O' ty campus. the committee said I istration has begun an OUR VEGETABLES ALWAYSFRESHA 2 Cans .-
par with the famed Madlso program to sell In Martin flountyBaraks Babyhood 17c WILSONSHOR
', : Square Garden Show In sloe an' ,temporary structures and improvements VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVICE .YOU .-- --- ..

scope is booked to capaclt vat year as a special attraction, I at surplus wartime THAT THE PLACE TO SHOP IS
( ;utn liner birds than ever be 'anat" Streider has booked i installations, Joe Osborn, region' DairyP. Wilson'. B. V. ..33c: .
toreSchool tie show again for nine appear- al director for WAA, has announced IOZ.
'>, and Educational\ erlublts aces and Tom Parker, )personal: O. Box 1042 Stuart AT' A Penn QaL Can CAN 42c

Women s and Art displa presentatlv of Eddie Arnold The buildings are at 181 1 locations Dry Cleaner 54c

are exceptional this year, in- i bringing a bang up show that throughout the nation TOILET SOAP
proved In both quality anr 111 Inelade such nationally and must be moved from their 1FOR INtj IYTSALFAR ANTHONY'SEconomy Bright Sail 12 r r ?uantl.y. Excellent growls mown stars as Wally Fowler sites by the purchasers at their Liquid Blue .8c' SWEETHEARTBATH
J th[ : rather this season makes pot id his Oak Ridge Quartet The expenseCurrently; structures\ MILK -
< ble the finest and most bear "hike of Paducah, Georgia Clod. located at four Florida Installations Nabisco Shredded
'
I j ,II ui Flower Show ever staged. "toppers, Annie) Lou and Danny are being offered to veterans The Best HO K Caa Bay MEMiER Wheat ... .. 14c BAR 16c
I Spelcal events and attraction' Completing the gala picture or builders engaged in the '
'
,nclude the presentation of Dr if course, la the return of the'amed Veteran housing: program.'The BUY IONTJSAlfar'Creamery Grocery Nabisco PremiuMCracker.Ib. TOILET SOAP -

Quiz of Radio fame,whose coast Caspar ilia pageant with four locations are Kissimmet _..t _

Y I I :+o-coasl broadcast over thy ts,gorgeous colorful, street parse Army Air Field Dunnelkm Army HOME ,OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED box 21c SWEETHEART19c
!i
American network is a popul' and other ceremonies which Air FIeld Bartow Army Air Field ttl 5. Akron ft' WE DELIVER TelesiBMC .4J
) feature Dr Quiz will ir t and Buckingham Army Air Field WEST PALM BEACH \\ Borden Instant REG.
'f appear 'la expected!, will attract no less BAR2FOR.
i person and his natlon-wid '. ''n 100,000 people to Tampa'on near Fort Myers. 4M FlaBlng Br. Phone taD I Coffee, 2-oz. jar 43c .

f uroadtast: will be staged in front 3aspartlla Day Monday, Feferuuy -
"I| the grandstand with the, audi 10, when the pirate chief INCREASE DENIED ,
enc participating for numerous I FOR RAIL COMMISSIONTallahassee I I' CHOOSE A & P MEATSA

tortbwhlle prizes offered I Treated woodblock' flooring Is -- (FNS The I
I Three days of sanctioned professional rowing In favor In 1926 nearly Budget Commission refused this' FLAVORFUL ROAST

\ automobile racing an I 1000.000 square feet of this ma- week to raise the salaries of the I CHUCK, ROAST 42cLEAN
\ scheduled under the promotion trial was laid-a gain of 1? per State Railroad Commissioners I POUND
J al direction of National Speedways ) I ent and their attorneys, Lewis PetU-I
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of QoQFr ALL MEATGROUNDBEEF
Chicago with the sanction ..
of the International Motor .s

Contest Association, the first! Q 1 1P .... POUND 33RATH'S

speed classic being set for the U t ; EZ tf i E -r _
.penlng day of the fair, Tuesday
Feb 4. : { $ OT 1"0 SOON ,TO pUN

T y Among distinguished visitors L FOOD r] YOUR T.E SEASON MENUS ,PURE PORK SAUSA643c
will be noa ether than Elsie: .
famed bovine !beauty whose T OURS ELV ARE STOCKED ..,

glamour In the dairy world has .$ FAVORITES tc ITH I"r CENTER CUT WESTERN '

brought her M much renown Y PORK
attention QUALITY, FOOD ITEMS TO, P YOU PREPARE THESE MEALS' CHOPS 63c
and as Hollywood FOR YpUR LENTEN MENU'S. REGARDLESS.OF POUND _0_ .. ..._
'I '
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most delectable queen She will FOR IAUTY i.1":1.j
travel to Florida by private plane HOW SMALL, YOUR froop BUDGET YOU CAN : A 'pf: WESTERN

1 and will greet fair visitors from STRETCH YOUR LL ANCE BY TRADING AT Meats, Groceries: 0 and Vegetable S i ftLUlN L STEAK
'
her glamorous boudoir located ,POUND> (iE"i
in the Flower Show I building AT VISIT I -

Thlsi blooded beauty, darling of > "

,the over Borden 100,000 herd rapes, has throughout traveled CENTRA MARKET The Complete ,.Food: ;>> '-StoreCROMER'S ,SELECTION# ; OF> FRESH S ',

i the nation Jo accept the blandishment i

}T j of Billions) of-admirers. "Wiser* Enomy Rash. ." MARKET

Accompanying1 her ,to the WE HANDLE NATIONAL BRANDS OF ,
fair are,two Borden milk-maids, CANNED GOODS Tin vr TO*IbA'F'B' are**'
a veterinarian and other train. : WI DEOTt*' MOM *
ed attendants.. A Visit T. Our Stem Will Ceavinc.. You 0 ,

lie popular wa the Grand CM. Akron 2nd Si J. BROOKS, Owner WHMC SERVICE couNTs WE,.WIN 'AFOODS'.r
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i I pry tow presented at the fair .


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Mtg::-hobt. T. Morrow to Paul W..- upiter Cemetery Ass'n t.Irftr.-at1..1U Bank to An. 1.

TILTON'S' SUNDRIESDRUG RAJNf ALt: AlOMC'COAST Historians Trace Evolution D. Comb. to Rebecca L. Wright; gels Tslmas.WJ f'' 1 .

Mt'..-Paul D. Combs! to t, H. W.D.-Ricou Hardware Co, tojLois >.-OerJ4 p, kurphyto.W._ a Vi't.
SUNDRIES COSMETlJ'3 FOR 1.946SUBNORMAL' In Florida Orange Growing I Davis! White 'Carpenter. }' ; ,,

UN TAN. OIU SUN SHADES SUN GASSES UI.-A.. X: Bendry Jr. to The W.D.-Ralph Mallnston to VeU'.,. Chat. Mtg.-R. E.!: Bass to Okse- 'I,; 1\\
Public Mallnston, a'' ,I
CANDIES TOBACCOS JEWElly T chobee County Bank.
BY'MARTIN WHEELER seen growing on the same tree.Florida' '
SODA FOUNTAINDAS f Asset o( Mtg.-Willis'Q. penny QC.-4Sewall's Point tand Co, to Aerte.-Fl rlda K. !Rembert Uv 1 I 4{
6t. Augustine Orange juice ancestor planted
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I \to F. J. Ortbbon. Wm. Pries. Leath Kltchlns. :
ICE CREAM SANDWICHES I with the morning toast may well)!) American history I In an orange Fee SJ3.-Wm. T. Shuntan to Q.C.-w, A. Palmer to //'Wm. .WD.-...A. 8. Frlpp to Lloyd D, i, 11 I t,1, '

NEWSPAPERS} MAGAZINES Belle CUcU Only Locality I.I e_ an American custom but,orbs seed. Today a living history Shuman A Co Pries h. :iA Halt r rI
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Ricou BWf. Next !io P. O, JMIMH B.ach South Excess Florida With an to American our soil. The custom earliest but native or"- grows on trees In)St. Augustine ,-.-- j t'' '

angel known to history are thoseof SOCAL HYGIENE H
WEEK '
Rainfall during December wu Greek mthologyhe golden I ill 'I
apples of the Hesperldes; the The "shocking": 43 per cent Increase P Py "
BARGIAINSjLARGE ] 'generally above normal in the first oranges of agricultural: his |In Infectious syphilis\ In ''I ,

/ fpper t>Ud i and coastal areas, tory"* grew In India centuries Florida last year give added ..,- .. I I], ,
LOTS IN CITY Bays the December report of the B.C. and were later carded to '
100 ft. x 660 ft. VON Everglade Drainage DUtric China Africa, and Spain; nor.Ida'a significance to the observance ': '. '
of !
National Social ,
.
tint are firmly be : Hygiene Week .
HARD ROAD One onabl1arc. rainfall oranges -" .. J''
GOOD:; SURFACED 1 unae i
"_ Ueved by more than\ one historian beginning February 5, accordingto Great ahead 1"1 I
rf
SEEOUO near ,the middle of the mOnth days are ; ; ;
to have come among the Dr. R. F. Sondag of the State ,
eootrlbuted largely to this. excess provision of Ponce de Leon In Board of Health. He !has urged J
KUBIN : Rainfall was seasonably 1511 Seeds dropped from these that every effort be made to this nation and the world 1'qr "

light west and 'aortal\ of Lake fruit may well have footed 'In strengthen the campaign ''to I I
Okeechobce. Florida soil 434 year ago. The stamp-out venereal disease j i-Andelectricity will ':
De Sola expedition In 1539 la be. This Increase In Infectious '
Water level declined over the Ueved to have Introduced ,oringes syphilis! la "doubly shocking" because have a.greatpartt 'play, t tgranted
Everglades, as a whole but extensive $Jo the Tampa area. it reverses 'a downward I ,. Jt'1h) //jji .
MARTIN COUNTY areas. of ''unsued land There Is, however, less con trend established during war only thjtfit can j

WELL DRILLE) S The were situation still'shallowly was relatively, Inundated favorable -, Jectur that Admiral In the Pedro historian's Menende belle time.Prevention Is, the .watchword I be nnfe tred with'full ($m $ ma. L1 : ,1-t ,

de Arlle, founder of our coun and slogan of this year's campaign / ; !
All Types of Pumping.. .front a conservation viewpoint try's first permanent colony St to wipe out V. D.,. lie said opportiAilf for the large .r;
An ample of '
quantity Augustine began citrus growingIn And prevention means an vn '"
NEW EQUIPMENT
water, appears to be available to 1638. indisputable historical demanding that "conduct and '
Charles Mayes & Jack, Csipson supply: the requirements of spring records tell of, mature orange not medication lies at the core est possible individual I "

|31$ E. Fourth Su Garage Apt. I.crop within the limits of the troves her in 1597. Whether cf the veneral, disease problem." initiative and t
these sprang from' the seeds of energy. .f
present distribution system.
jest Wed of Dr Parker' Office The IMS Ponce de Leon or Menendei 1 la BEAK SCARE .'
year was a year 01
heavy rainfall in the not known : .
Ipper, still
.. "Glades and below normal 1 Inmost Now a tourist showplace: st. Wild bears lurk lit the f '
other parts of the Everglades Augustine's Oldest Orange Drove, primitive Jungle and swamp THOMAS( A.EDISON 'I !
ladio or Appliance Troubles? Representative points nestled 'within a border of 'Indian near,the ridge behind the famous j,1
throughout the region indlcat oaks; some 809 years old, Is Pont Vedra County dub. It ;
CALLBARTLETT- log the relative yearly totals areas the oldest,of Florida' exIBtl118 was line of these bears that ,
follows: orchard Descended: from' ,the caused an uproar in Jacksonville
: BROS. Normal Actual territory's citrus plantings, when he' "Invaded"' the south I
Menendei I Ja credited with of that Ii
part
Station For Year For YeaEverglades cityMARRIAGE;
FASTEFFICIENTRELliiBLESERVICE:r : Exp. sewing.the seeds which started i II
[ Sta. 112.." 70.94 boundless fragrant groves of LICENSESFred I
Hypoluxo 59.44" 53.67' wild oranges'that once grew E. Grooms and Linda Q 1
along the banks of the St. John Chandler.M. I
Miami no 57.77" 39,02"Moore Mr. Edison was custom ef ours.Both .
R1veg. John Bartram, the famed C. Oarrett and Fastell Tharp. II r
jKola, Ave., Phone Stuart. 209 Only the Haven disparity 4991"of extreme 40.84 botanist of British times In Florida I Eugene German Hataway andMary his hone and !laboratories In \\1 ti! '

ly heavy rainfall and intermittent : wrote in 1788We rowed Jane ChaUancln, Ft. My.n were served by Florida i ;

t periods of comparativelydry down the river and encamped Ina Power light Company W* are ?,

LOWERS For AU OCCASIONS flooding weather of the jyevented farmed lands genera of thousands great orange-grove of orange-trees where grow INSTRUMENTS RECORD TILED FOE proud Hut, in however.mall a way, N ; awe

the upper "Glade As It was the as thick as possible and full of WD.-Violet }. Reasener to Vida helped ia terming the high ,

BOUQUETS CORSAGES CU/ FLOWERS period from July to December sour and bitter-sweet fruit V. Evans. opinion always xptMd for the :I, ;J ,
ye figs Is setting as thick as they WD.-Amsterdam Dev. ft Sale
FLORAL ARRANGEMENT was one of repeatedly Immin- seal and I. {t tolille t
devotion to
public service
ent crises during which disaster can hold and oranges cover ye Co. to Richard M. Featon .
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED COUMICS often threatened but was delayed ground. They have both limes W.D.-J. HowarClayton\ to O. nn la the private .t.clriQ '1': !
and lemon but ye sweet H. Frlsbi
by favorable weather, until utility induttry.
SMITH'S FLORAL &'GIFT SHOPWE the overworked canal system oranges Is not very plenty. W.D.-L. C. Clements to ClarenceE.
It wa* from this "native St. Jones.WD.Amsterdam. '
WIRE FLOWERS' gerous could 'slowly situation.alleviate A different the dan tim Johns River stock that St. Au- Dev It Sales. flU II!' Pot ser COnUy? r '

read. Bldg, 5th,St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J ,flog of less rainfall for the year ustlne't oldest grove was planted Co. to John A. Bryden. \ I '
could easily' have'' resulted In and it; was here that/Che citrus WJ}.-Robert McHowaid to lo- ....It .
.I greater flood damage.An canning Industry> gaa with dlantown Dev. Co. full/N PIft111 If 11111ft.
unusually heavf''ralnfallfor the barreling of orange juice for WD.-Indlantown Dev. Co. to ft. Ifers, fstrssrl f 11M I i
the British of the 18th M. and 'J. a Howard. 'I
CONTRACTORS Navy century I
ELECTRICAL the during month the of December night of occurred the for use in combatting scurvy\ W.D._A. McPherson to JaJ. B. ".+"..- r.r:rr: w. ,. = 'MR< IN'111t w.p e1rH a.-sorer HOUR or w CHARM 4 Y r M \nvAYI .as ,. 4 I.i 1 I ; ,
w.-wwc n rw ,
HOUSE WIRING P 14th-13th, that amounted to aboard ship. I Quigley _.a'M rM1_..._Wes.-wn,Mrs.'J '

/ more than two'Inches at many For the past 108 years' this WD.;-Jas. B. Quigley to Frank. -- ...............- --- J' '
APPLIANCE REPAIRS
A.
venerable orchard baa been Carney.
stations. This rain was largely '
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'Meticulously kept and new varle- Sat. Mtg.-C, B. Arbogast to '
responsible for the general excess .
Fr.. Pick-up: and Delivery f,rvicehristopherElectric.! : of rainfall for the month in ties of trees planted and cultured Edna Wall Shaw. .: ..;! ., "i\\ ;,:: ., t ). 1'\
upper 'Glades and coastal areas. until today it is a living Index of Mtg.-Edna Wall Shaw to C. B. f>)rot 'ffi: '" / J
Itrusdom: with 2) kind of fruit Arbogast.Sat. ,

Shop R. W. ROGERS NAMED Buds, blossoms and ripe' fruit Mtg.-Citizens Bank to Waiter ,, 'm ., ,W". ,.9.. I I
SEABOARD CHIEF may be seen any day of the year. O. Johns. ,... ". ..".'JI...t1'<>Io.s.,....,. ;..., .. ...... \ I' !, '
Otceola $t. Phone 117.182M .
: .
Sat. Bank
R. W. Roger has been ape The delicious progress from Mtg.-Citizens to Augusta If .
IMlnted Chief Mechanical Officer he 'tiny sour wild orange to"the M. Johns I
of the Seaboard Air tint modem tweet Juicy: type carries ftg.-Phil. T. Capon to Okee- :; .l SINCLAIR PRODUCING/ Ut :jl'r' ,! II'WELlS

Railroad Company,with headquarters a story of Florida agricultural chobee County Bank IF PLACED END UN' \ f'' .
at Norfolk, according progress> through four centuries. Sat Mtg.-Citizens Bank: to Augusta DER END WOULD REACH TO '
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Highest Cash For Y 'ur CarWONT I ; l'
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Growing together at the Oldest 1\\( Johns.
to announcement from the '
executive
a
THE CENTER OF THt ARM
.fflc** of the road. Mr. Orange Grove for the visitor's Inspection Mtg.-Augusta M. Johns to Oilsens ,il lid'MOllETHANJ,500MILES )i
TAKE FIVE MIN TES Roger succeeds L A. Porter are the deep-hued blood Bank:, 7
oaf whey has been assigned oilier orange, navel orange, seedless Sat, Mtg.-Citizen* Bank of Stu- SINCLAIR RANKS AMONG 4r '
W 'M 0. P. A. limit f which
lean pay you your ci '' I''
service. range, Big Shaddock grapefruit art to Fred Stafford and THE LARGEST PRODUCERS it' ;
I. a. much &I you can get aiM here and Prior to his latest promotion& sweet grapefruit, sweet seedling Bllll France* Stafford. Of CRUDE OIL 1

STAY WITHIN THE LAW Roger held the position of [range, tangerine'tangerine; orange WA-Amsterdam'De*. .ft Sales j ,
Assistant General Maaagcr forth mandarin orange, kumquat Co. to William O. LIU. J
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. Seaboard a post to which calamondln orange and a WD..-.Amsterdam Dev. ft Sales ",J !
ho was appointed in Mar osen other tasty specimens. Of Co.,to Herman W. Decker. { "
t. Dili
311.23. Telephone, ..3.. Mr.. Rogers I* widely 'special Interest ia the Lue Olm Lien-Mark B. Smith to Gerald
Fort Pierce Fla, 190 .know threegbeut the, South Oumb orange developed by a C. Holbrook.
and In rail circle: generally. 'Chinese scientist of thai name P. of Atty.-Ue 6- Roe. to Odessa
-... adopted by a missionary}' who L Roe. .
brought him to Deland Florida WJ>.-Jasper F, Kobtei to Clyde ,
LIST your'Roonu, Apartment and Rental *.> '11\ the 19th century. This orange E. Picarell.

Home with u*. stays firm on the tree for 'Q C.-Nathan Schenberger to

L. FULFOKD three years after ripening.At Harry Olancoff. '
the Oldest Orange Grove'Q.C.-Harry Olacoff. to Nathan t'
..:R.at/ ffital. i iBUYIVC ranges and tangerine may be Schonberger.'NOTICE .

SELLING RENTING
.PROPERTY NAN ENT' .
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316 North Colorado Avenue


Stuart Phone, Florida i 317 I .";' myi iotlatS .:i j ri tee ''i



COMMERCIA / and AERIALPH n Notice ia hereby given that A< C. Cer-, Tax
Assessor of Martin County will be at the following
OS' place on the date specified for tit. purMea of receiving
Tkb may MMl eraiT
PHOTOGRAPHS WIjl ELP ,YOU MAKE THAT were day ud 1M. tiM aa.. M as away 1 *M mllllo there. JENSEN, Precinct: : No., 1, Fehnun/lOth,. Harper' .

MLE Ins la this' *m ry*.lbw. m Slip's.SALERNO. \l
PROMPT, EFFICIENT RVICE' GUARANTEED toc\\.,.. : Precinct! : No. 4,' FebrUry llth, South'

'I.Wi,...-*... Store. I ? i YOU SIHCIAIK DEALER NOW hbe
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP wnldat nlBl'ubig on'* my KOBE SOUND'I'' Precinct No. 5, Febraary 12th Port OFFERS MORE POWER AND MORE y '
MIIFA6FW/TNTNFNFWSINCA/R
Office. MOWS sm.uriHims. IF MASSED roam, a
truer 'Bldg. Next T* 'Wettero Onion self.My theory I\a List....every I PALM CITY,,.Bvetinct No. S, February 13th, Pest WOULD com m APPROXIMATE AREA or A CITY OF N-C TNF CASOiNF TNATS I
fc*. euief.pwpta Office. I 100,000 ropuunon. MODERN REFINING toaiptm/r POWFR PACKED /T M IDOs t r (
=,. .r yeas like: 1NDIANTOWN. Precihet: : No. 7, Febraarr 1,7th, MANLY po s gir TNFNFW S/NCLt/R/ N4 CASOIINF POWER OCIAMF COMPONENTS,, 'I t, 5.e
MANy ...m. At'4an( I6Ix Milttowin! \ *"....--..*l these Hatawa Service Station.' PACATD WITH IQO OCTANE COMPONINTLk
boila luiaeaw Mtvawlfe ton PORT MAYACA,. Precinct No. 8, Fobruary 18th
lag give" ,Jobs.. I Pot Office. ; ,

I.Hlls>Un re.*.....'a*,lt.KM STUART, Precinct: No. 2,. 'February 19th, Court '
dolts If. h.M deaf. y- ,
i House.rST13ART 41f'
add U Ik* gM nl activity sad
........,nit, .. Aswrkv Precinct: No. t, .eL..a'T 20th. .Court tJ'4'4ms. ;
-House.A. .
Tile amount of mono,Mi Uaiafc I
fa A***. \is pet. 1MM.We .
enU iMk*a fa>Ul*t m M. ;
KM a yeas..tt". aB worked kardatd C. COUItSO1 N ]fir D. FULTON Agen'tPHON
l aad good, a.rg.. leada4r. ,
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11; % JttuMrt $t\wt IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIilllllllllllUIIIIIII-- -$ $ $ $ .iimmiiiiiniJiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii$ $ $ $ $$ SOLUTION OF. LAST' WEEKS'PUZZLE: 1. RULE ON RATIONING' .. -L1CAJ.- ..-NOTICE. .- :, -r.1.1"OTICI

FOR SALEJiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiii JOR SALE AOHOM l ..... fabrtdII PENDING APPEALiWashington. .

I : $ $ $ :JIIIUIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKEKP$ $$ $ $ $ $ $ 1 t' Koi t"Iwo.l fordtilr tied*' aatita A....... Of' 007740770000> TO IIICIITO
FICTITIOUS IfAME .1
rot SALEt I4MI DE SOTO CUSTOM : TllR, RECORDS STRAIGHT M"t: ..- : "
I sIll Wo. .taoaaa 11. M.aouIIs.oa.lo :WOTICE H "*V alVIN .lba 1,.
a afbortr klr Ruardtook
S PASSENGER COUPS Jan. < )
HEATER. FLUID' DKIVE THIS RADIO CAD ', Id t for mull BMMM| ,...... 14. Jjtdoor SUM ANA A I A 51.01.714,' U-AP'i"" OkSSr"lt..Ill'tlwri FkJidfcof ..... 10 1. Oh IA-ho $1 Oh. Itlh
: BE 1 10 spp04ppss0.t... of II. A federal 'Judge held today theOPAt .
MUST SEEN AND DRIVEN TO APTRBCIATC aor* It ContradictII. 50N0I.dN5heI.
REAL VALUE I loot. ALSO .9' 5- I ....rk, Taa Rooord tad < II. Drul"rl..ldllit I 111. will. rotkitor with Mw. Cljik ::
... W. *54 hooP LS. a-.le : ; Color plan of rationing sugar V> ". .4Io5d00P ILCOAL .
INDhAN" DELUX THAILOA. MAHOGANYINTtRIOH to I
m CIH3SIfiOIIIuuIIIIIIIItIuuIflIIuIII'IIIIIlII"IIuIIl lf [m OTTLE GAS STOVE' 'i I. 10100 .vonlant .... .041., 0905. 5.. It CA"': T N N S E : 05.41104 p1." Industrial user 1 II invalid aa 0.09005. flori 4505 j..b.$ ., .
LIVED IN JUST TWO MONTHS SAVE1S'O ....otI.... Ofllo Portugal. E E T E E U L E :" C.oto4..s.t.o.1IW.0.f.iU ., p,11U..UoO o. .thIS 994410.. iM I.ITUAST
*. PRICE StSM SEE "MR' MAT II. R name volet .., appeal was announced "in view .1.... ...... ....,
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TERM' AT INDIANTOWN ROAD AND 0,10900,05% 1015. ;; H A l' P S .. Issue SOC 811VICI! '
tram cloud of the Importance of this ? rt"
J FEDERAL H1CHWAT, NEW BUILD.INC. '' u 15.0.400 ... ...- 0109. ,. t* ....I. 1- 1.09004 *.I- 0.50, = I
Ill Ie... ....ool.sd .lo to _.. K. tt, C.040. E R t A P A T ft. VarHU of to Industrial user and consumers .._, ,u. tho Ia .,? ,
P. O. 00,8. 41Pwl 14. Palo* jwtlry E d' ......... 10 .. 1.1... 140.119 9? CONNISNIOSI
loft SALO' 'oIlS 00.911. .04 040l.p, ---- ... DlmlnlakT P P.J L Zl, Tak* up amlRIL allki" Philip B. Fleming, ... II,1..1t on PIAWAQCC
a ... 11404,, 0,90155 1., A. 0p$910. i' '1.0: 5110 8... p71, 1I."itO < 1o.blon.lndaa1rJSST T H A E A S War tba 'b.g.ETTE : head of the office of temporary rl:
'" M....,. "ls.M ... Jo._.. 11 o: 1A-. I. plpa mlloo.It 7.11. 0, 11. 50. If. .1000. Ponl> teCnrk
APARTMENTS fOR RENT H. E Ork tolanoT. control laid that the government '
\ PUR CALE II ft Hoaa Trallw. ......;- I 01; WANT TO ROlLS Oh.5 -, ... ... .. 14 Paanastway bYUTI8&M T Ohnlt c.I ruI'riorld
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHlllllllllllllllATLANTIC ..... MO.. RIH ,...... oar ol .L. A. i iO.Vor ".114.1. ,1o0.so.l ..... klI o.o :.:. .:: la. Onrant *t attai, will ask that the ruling be *. A. ai.it for Mid Soot
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Mob owiad. rl 1.. K.k. 41 M'' Stuart and I. | .d I"" 17 J.wl held in IN THE COUNTY
to (..do...* II a II II for aouao., II. Abovath ttl E E E'If II. omothnldtrtL abeyance pending,.,appeal AND FOR. MARTIN. : COUNTY SW.., Ii. Od:7: :
.... IIIU'OND llANO 1511,1 011.1.5 0. lb.. *4 ..o t* Illnou, I bod lo .!.. a* build, .. : rocf''$ T s' ::- :::-;" FLORIDA ,
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I. Th.rI..lo'.4h.I.$5l.191l.l.. .. '-'-- --
00. .. II..... .IA-.. 01f1s.. 1 ; LoKAL
... ADVUtTUIMEM
h. ,*. lot. oeroc* roaa, wbkb ar* .pis'IN. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
J FOR SALE 94,10, 5. Will Mil tb..* I lota for 11.101., 'IltI'p&l : .. ,I. Cam.out ttj AnKnt WE'I.III 8 C0'_ LECAL.ADVMTBEMENT
j top.t.d' 0,01 00' 0. III liS.. IIIT"TE 0'"
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COMPLETE SELECTIONOF : 4,, 0s00o :.ItoIl:1: Ps.':"l-:"'$. j;: KB- U. Sr L Wlnfllk aft.U".I.: lAlla e. SHLTON: soo4, 04411CR 0! WTENTIO"
91 Not
I' 10507 NOTICE 0' 1 UTI! TO RIGsTea 'rofrrnd .. Jnmn fOoOLVI\CoRPosTno I|
'iV5t! 211! IJ!: SHELL JEWELRY AND ; 44. Coaaumd II Any orlcklr 4.'sm.uAo.. U. """ ..do .I'ICTITIOU AME UMM 105.ol
: $1 .. ... I. J $ '
70. $1. h.1.P
:.. :. :. :..",.._.:,..:__u_.... traltan bird at. < til .. .1 idotlo I IS korobr dm adn d, ,
nla NOVELTIES. WILL SELL \I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImllllllll 47 Tamarlak Ball IT Con..; WllkII. IIII0.dOI'NO. JlS.t t a NOTICE' IS flIEUf aiVEN tkdt Oh.Oodo,04.d D..o.dlTo Jt laloM ol Ckaptor I4NI, Urn |
*"" .. do. .. .,I Wo, AU ol III*, to oaok ol Ui ,
AT LOW BaZV Ihitra7tgr
PRICE. SEE
.1' MRS. SERVICES. OFFEREDiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii.iii.iiiiiiiiiiiii std. PIll .11. L il. B.I,'hatl TloiMa. h0.o,
80190. 118404 04 s.
IIi1I Ckaour f* ( U.f of Aouof 50d50h'00704.07.0.W. .
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1 HARPER UI N N ATQUINNS variant. II lupproaa la .11 Aoknowloinopenly' tfflptif .,. of'' .t.4 s0.P Oh. $9045. It
1 Q ;I "N $$ M. Orparaookatpronouaojns J 14. will tko CbS" 10551194 5.4 '.q.hod to p98.1.0 8.7.10Iis. 7l4.o..odl.0
book T*. Portorit t. Ball i'-: :: tbo CVuH cJBkjIU ood for MartinCouMr 8.4 409.50.: 010.11 4 00 .401.. 50 000 ..s.rd. .7 lb. S
=... STORE JENSEN C TOM TRACTOR work. r>.wi... dlak II Llboralat II Pmal thoof' farwJIIX ttS-r' norido. rpoa ronlpt. of proof I ., ,... os' 11.00 5059504. 1*. ...... 00 55 .5 tala, oaok ail
BEACH, FLA- NO TELEPHONE .. oaea.atlno-. India, oartk BWIna.ttord. .. Rant 71 C.... to it t Mumbor Tn... ih n of ...u...... ., tkl.* aoltoi, tkr llcllTH 155000 I. 080)509 50515000.8 9400.04" araaralloa* wpoar .,IlRooot 040
5, Stuart. "oa. DoL ar ladlaaniad 14. ..' rorontlr U lUmalndw '' wrJ5- "" .1 .. "$9,119 s.d 4. 5 l ) r
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COURT CALLS PLEASE. .' at toulb" <.rb. brld_ a .|ulrd ( :' *'rhn.n. .;ibr' tt PI oat ;1.977774,0: 1 'WILn .HorrE, .. 11001100.* 88 ::: :. ."511.10.. '!, o.bd. 0.sto: port 104 pajrorotowM .0 t.,.. .,..
WHOLESALE DEALERS :I I t. III ItKKLT II.75l1o1..osJl DOWN I. \0 ". .lib- OL8nslOd.. .... : 'AI'ARTMENT5sTUART. o'ponlnB, *r' L Dlarolor 1,50054. praMlaM Stood P80I4SI tOol .5P0985 .......'"'t I. at nl. otUo* I.. ta* Coarl Hooovolfltuart A.la of Itll. ao4 taotIk ,
'" WELCOME TO MAKE .: '4 WCOMV RECORD!: BOOK apao** vlaj. .. __ Find tb* sum af ..... 10..1_ soy a* follow Florida. wltkla' oiikt FLORIDA 1 bar" ...... Th* IdraL .... war ...... aioatkt front silo date of tb* flrat of llll Urn of riordaporotlrko ,0
WHEN AVAILA5LC'.pht.p OFFERS .1 her ........* la a oo*.aiaa ..I...*. "IIONII bALSA.hood. ... "..attoa *f .... -- ....- 15500, boo* tbuaad us
.. 4 I 14 s tb. kala, atom br **,ln. tkolrhod. P1.94.rb. .. or _... ...1 b* .la wri. sod -. U a04.0.|[.. and Ikot tkrot III _
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Tu'l.hHw. H a ii<*.'iat -. -A---- '4 ... Lot aa akow ,.... A.. for lira. .. I.. ... n. .,. la. ploeo otnilda-r 584 after tfco| aU of UU* lukjlonk. ,
rXW HALL fnlxard. jaolm 'boat. aad ?._ ot Stuart N.W* "' ,.... tflodar "' ,.?.. addroM of UuWi JSiU and. H .54 10j77 ol Mab. ooraorntioB I I
T. FACET trails j al.:a ll-fl. .bnat J.r.. Boat:I LEGAL: NOTICE M..... to or lhw'. 10 41. ". 0000* 101150.0.15100.,.
Vard ., 14 YROLL $000K--0.t00s59 .h_ ,.. ---- or hill allornorlid '. wlU _. 511.4 .47 7-10.000 450 504 144
TELEPHONE SISS 'II.N'I: : : ; -i._;.__.15.L i 0 h.0I,1 ..... ... 11.., sIlbh.Idls.' .OTICI.. .opdI.( A. 0 9.407 tko prorlolaa of at
; $7700 PA111 .. .1.. ..d .94.9 _.pItp p.ooUo .h.. TkU.. S7tk: oar 4R071 tl4I, Art of 1111, Lawa of rhna
III"IIIIIII'"III""II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' ; ..rita... ,ri... .5.01. I. $0. 7s0 11... It 09' 5,00 ......_ 0.-... ...pl.4 will bo AlfM to lo, t
: TO WHOM If
MAT CONCERNlNOTICE
1 '.'irF. ..".., "'.. A.k (or ".a. at taa Staart M..... i UDI SHELTON. I,.. who sIll laaa* PnrkaaUalaat
FOR SALENIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI'lltllMIIMII .5.1. .. II, 01004. u U A. AdoI.1.. ...... ., tOo.. ..... tlM dlorolrlaaoald
-.... HEREBY GIVEN .77041so. ., .. .. 88010.. ._
Board ., Count* c-.......... ., 1.- MARTIN COUNT
11.505 o00o'ood" to 0 1.
FOR SALE500'FEET PORTABLE WELDINGSERVICE /fl Martla Couatr riorlda. at s mootlnlto
J. II *bkom.MICH .
I Hank BIwHo and
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Iou bold In tbo () Courtkooa I
... .. $ ON ST. ,KAMI fibMkjal Plaoi I..
COR SALE. II fo>t HI. IHP LUCIERIVER Rtuirt. Florida. .. tb. Ik, d.p of j
ulboard. motor, p.tkIivc. a*.. 27 8 0 Is 3Z Id 34 33i AIL 0. L1TTMAWAttornar
i APPROXIMATELY ; JI...*. 1I4T al 14 0.0.0. P. M. sIll 04.et..ot$9VbIl1.
.. b* ..... .t lI.dwi.! Boat C. hortbof -.lu.t pukll. kaorlnl to _...*. for .Admtakitmtrh.LICAL $904.. Cl.h.
St. Liu.. .i.i .r. U .. H''. Ni I 700 FEET IN DEPTH ON ANYWHERE ._ ANYTIME ---a tk. ouoatloo n of oraatlnf tko tollowlnldrarlbod I... .11 11,11. a. I" 55. 1I,1. Cow.I04I.. 0.4 5.0911 .C

''I'' ___ NEW PROPOSED ,HARD I : loncoa Boocb Aro. M S *o lnBdlitrloli AOVEKTISEMCNT StldolI KoaraatloaSWnrt. So IOU.. I.
-- OXYGEN-ACETYLENE OR $..,..,.* at a .point .. tbnortb 4Mbu $AlpOdl.o,
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I PoI I.UE..y oVNtK C... FloraWalarfronl SURFACED COUNTYROAD. of Maatin Cooatr Ho at tb.
I $$4 $93a or INTENTION TO SELl.
aoi... <> Stuart A.m ofaVotind. ELECTRIC WELDING yO3 ladlaa Uvor.Itbaoloa wootorl. .. tk NOTICI LAND .tI 04h.'d 0159IS.
\ Iftt f.ot faclnr.' wat.c .hr .IN* fanI HIGH BANK AND gorlkoiat. aork of lortloa 111 I tkoaa.
o..I. blvd.. ritnulvr plantliw.larludlAf .. DEEP WATER. NORTH OR CUTTING .... ...., alo, aald Os. Bi'nortlonII MARTIN cou! TY. "1.ORIIIoJ"UIIO \, D.flrD04.00000 9.011091
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aolMOtUaa aolou Mid' .. a.Aooat ., _..
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\ iMM.rMM rar and .xvttc:: rot;.teal plant* FORK ST. LUCIE RIVER I DAN FAGEN II tan' ornl,L I.* do aoiitk MM 1.4sIlo ?, 1141 ant,No.11.Ika Hooio CMMr Offk.floridi al ,tat 10''iwrponiUoM <
Conrldrrrd on. of tho mwt .bou ifullrkuiduaptd ta i aottil.kldl la tk. k.M .0.1.. NotlCSllRan CITE' ,..,
110.4 *>o.aof 04 11
BETWEEN )
In Saiitli .Ioll'ldo. card matproucl CEO KEITH 'i7. of tvMonmgm ......* aaatorlr lit', t. 0401. ... II NIl.l10. .pt,
c d .Inlrt, for buat IM for. from WLu .' PROPERTY AND SUNSET : CHASON'S SERVICE tbMo. .ouim oa ....... aootloa Una ..n..1. Lo... of 7800.. .. *00. 5 It ..04
I <.U) .h.r JI... M *rn ... .br appreclat. i STATION 144* lo i\fil shIll I. Ik.* **uUbonndalT ... 04th.. 41. ca....... IllS. -I. wit... Wb..t. I Os.. 1..
.". ESTATES. 1", MILES FROM .. W,.lot II Ibaao* oaitorlralona PIndo A... 01 Itll, 8. 0.0,4O 7 084 V 00.4 194 .ss94 Oh. C
B..II. b.I$ u.... of kolhxt til. aald k noondarr of awtloaII .1,194 I'. Ch.,1. 1116. 1.0.0 .t tk* luiw *f riorlda to hr HIM
.. 7 a b.d- CENTER OF STUART. PHONE 9122 Ik of 1ko Indian HloorIbrao Oh. C.lt.l. III, IS.dl .
.t..d I 5 I -o to watara 70444.Ad.. ef 141. tO. 'oIIowl" 7759049009
MOB*. two batb. ..d: I'"I:: llv HI room, ABOUT MILE WEST 05. 142,4 nortkorlr. _...... tk watonaf ... .. No.00* Coa.l" 7100-. 00 J.907o # D. $807.
dlgnit roai* do k lc' a brookfa' Up.UU nook ---.--.- tk* Indian. klnr I. to* .aolat! 00b.p. Id.. 11t... (504$
: NOl II.
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FEDERAL
t acrooMd ..d patto lr a fclrcantI HIGHWAY 1 I I GRAS.
;\ I IF fwal'brd. tr.rou.hout Will ..JI furabard 1 I. PRICED RIGHT FOR I-LAT of thai PAPER at!: tb TOWELl-W.* .... prior* and ban w* .lot... iaotloa If tut.Oatt1 and II, T.'..... It .04011.ls.'WI W..p H .4... OIls, 5.0.050 .1 '*10
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I'. j'' Luk.or) MIIANU* : NW 1_...,' kLWktD QUICK SALE ALSO COR. ....sp.AS, fov dlapaaoaf' cabla, *. rlw. Ikl.. 4lk aw of P'.0. It41I .
j... IUU.h.ds 4))....... bU.i ....\>...., 15p.5k
I ....... Include.. low .........1. I.rnI NER ST LUCIE j *. POMEEOT CUrb.
\I! l.U.4 tu..t aportauatl .....nll. I.... iOrN ... aMbo. ka"b.'Utb' ..__.... (County Court" goal)
labed ......ri"1)0' wulptmltodroum. thprk.itk .ut SUNSET ESTATES lndl.,lduallr d_.... br SPIKOLLA.P.do..i.Pho.IMoTC.K88.l. BOARD OP COUNTY COMMIS8IONERI:
,r", ", 10'.... ...WtfUI. T'mh.' ,..II.. .yo. 180 FOOT FRONT ... MARTIN COUNT!. FLOR1PA.' : Desk Pen Sets
I .. ..- ......... .....- 0.. ............ Td I.w. ti...... If Jan. a.. Fab I. II. I*. It ,
i b.. h''.. ...... Md_ hiteh... dUt&. 300 FEET DEEP. BACK I ------r '
4 lit i.d k. I .",... ..... .. ..... ..ih .... SUNSET DRIVE AND WEST DRAGI1NES ..,. track iraao ...ll.hl.. $111I11I1111I111111I111111I$ $ $ $ 8 INDUSTRIES JOININ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMartia 'SHEAFFER -. '.. 0 JET CRYSTAl'' BASES
.. Al.o fn thl* bu Id'na. two faaxea br dnr or _..... PhIlIp 0..., 111N '_
IIII' lanr* work *k I trunk ,..... fortll_ rom art. BANK. I.., Is. : $5. ..... .. II. .... .t. 11I1111I11I11I$ $ $ II $ $ $ $ WATER CONSERVATION NOTICII' '
3 .bow.r-aalhroooi. RAPARA.N 990 ..Ii. II.
h Walrlnf ,art*< Include' : t pump RIGHTS. A REAL I BUY. VISIT THE Our*' Florida, F.*....., *. $16.00 $40.00 7
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.\ tbroa will. ..p>rltr 4.. tallwu p rkur l 47.
J. wllk aorinkllno' ; ar.trai ffrtlbrooirk.iit \ SEE LOUIS SOTER .' o.I, WET 'WASH IN 'THE LYRIC THEAT Lakeland (FN3) Representatives '

I r I llit l .'. h.Ik." r.around rrrf.r,oer Will writ...II blarUlCoultr !( lot BOX 634 OR TfJ. {PROPERTY LAUNDRY SERVICE. BUILDING FOR YO U.N of eight of the state Industries NOTICE 4* IS SoMloa uNREsT II *f GIVEN c ..:.... THATporauaM 1141' .

ChuiWr of lojniaoror. StuartWrll. 9 A. M SOON I FAVORITE RECORD. / and agencies formed a l.. of It... of tb* SUM ., Florida,
., It S la* followlnc aaaaribod .tend. la Hartla, 'PocketPen Pencil Sets
OwMr Bo. IK Stuart .
) .Peb. 6. 13 20 27 1 1fK Fob I. II 14. I?. committee here this week to Initiate c...... Florida, will b* ."$.rod for ... and
at _. II. ......, for tko. bttboat ..d
1'01 IAtr 1I.fI. ........ ,.ft *,d.. I...tp.Mt.d. HALF fu-;;; brnd d. 0.044 Your laundry carefully LOT UI 80077777* VOUPJ' a program seeking legislation boat raab wld, at th'* North door ofloo

II...... Ia A-I ...4111... .1\\ .bolt*. I doo. on buck J bntcboa washed clean and returnedto HOME WITH 50801. 0R1'$9CCMCNT to conserve Florida wa- Cotirtboiu' *. a* Stuart. riorlda Wwoa :Sheaf fer
... 11-1. tL ,. ....1 M_.. too .... ., AM| TILL POOP 0 .tko boar *f II *> ------- llsoosdooo.Io.dpd..dI., r.04.5.0.on. you damp for home drying FORT PlEad lOOPING AND 775,0 CO. trr supply Adopting the name I clock. P. H, oa tk. THIRD
PAY CHUM ironing. Water Resource Com
I, l.... Mon4. Wl KTH W H ILk.: UIIICKL. t. II PORT PIERCE. FLA.NPONCUO ISIERVaS' 50 .o.oo..5 5,, .ood lohO..4'soy ,
III W. Monk AV.IIU>. ... "...... I. M.r>. pick.up and deliver and give. mittee" the group elected Ernest aa follow.I On* Uun.nd tl* l .
Und W' i iVE : 00d;. ;5117514" "f Tip.. SUPPORTS tof 00000h Sod .. 100* .10P of Oh... .o8. II.. .0
K.I. t r- itIM 1. IlK *010* 77.11400.. 4009900 .07 US$4.,. i you two day service on this balta. Luvlla 110...... :u. Oo,.. Graham Miami, representing I.... .... sol59d. .0 .....,........,
I ___ --" economical wet"wash. Rat. A.*. Fort Flora. Pboa t H the Florida Dairy Industry Association rIfts (441' fort *a oath auk of tk. orator N Pencil
., ..... ....... ShaVpners
RoLL .00.... \0.... .... II.... BOATFORSALE NEED tppolatatoal lino roadi of ataaknnoUtioai
fAY .w1 T. sld 0.I.& $..oUlt Sc per pound. Weighed Illllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllll as permanent chairman .... nrtr 4111 foot .. onohW .

;. 4'ts'. 01 "' .... .1 "toot U.s.' OF REPAIF when dry., Minimum bundl. : FEMALE$ $ $ HELP$ W$ TEDIIlllllIllIlIIllllIIuIl $$1111111 and dellgnated'LaceJ ........of.. .tko...Bantar. .0.an.91.U,0* of Coonty 57 0.pooby road Desk AutomoJ t ic

: neo. 25'x800DeckI l bin 10 pound.. I Thomas Oroveland ............... ..04l155l80..
\\1 i ; $$$$ $ $ $ $ IlIlIIIP$ representing -
9AL ... .4th 0 Gray Marine) EIns the Florida Bureau to $2.25
Farm Loa 118011 5. HIOBL.IfOBI
I ,
1// WANTED : !
: CaMorla Coaa ,1. ssd
pe/'lb
I0i..old. p h. Boo 9144, OtootS, Plo, WET WASH. .. 8c : ...
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POol
First $150.00 ta es it d'. ....... CbUbolau C* --I.pI.. draft a bill stressing these three /0 $U'loa of Ro. 71.0
I S P.1. 5 40004040005$ f .
: r:1-1
11 Also one Dodge 'en ne with PEOfLE'S'tAUNDRY points = .g.lI.I..t10o4 f. -
OR RAICI I 4' 4-4.0, Ch'r.1rI 004 Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll$ $ 1lIlIII$ $ $$ L5, L5. I. .
0.004 1)'It.) 1500 tI... $1419.0.$9.C.IlM all marine con -lion, Phone 287 (U) Organize technicians to I "
t MALE HELP WA TEDJhllIIIllIIIllIIIIlIIlIIlII
,. Wio.b.sIy$1It-WJ..o.4. One new 12 veil heavy IfOXPIR make a study of water conditions Lot II, .Ii I. GOWEN CATO Typew/ters
ItoR $ $ $$ $ $ $lllllII$$ 8 840 .4 sO of Lot 1.011. ,
Duty Ezide 84] cry : in the state (n This group to H.._ G I 09 .I. PB II. r...
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., ... .
0. '.Ift. ? TUNING RranlrUiIromplto :
IALK P.00.-C.bk : PIANO
: ; IF YOU WANT A EADY
I' ...d'.. ... 1ft<. ..u.... ...4. I. Corli. Make me an fer. i fortorp v.rkaul, on band and work under Herman Ounter, 41PCl T.S4.I.4I. USED ROYALS AND UNDERWOODS
.. $90.0.ITOLL .1... Itr Ask for Stuart ...""'.,ra .halruinnila. Kd E. Uaotoo GOOD PAYING J WITH ltB.4
i. Lot klodt
.... Kroger < _. state geologist with view to t, ;
--- $.. 111 O,... 11.1. tf a I Atic r.Of. 14 InJ
and
12
Br-N ) Carriage
TONE 'OATfl Wtna 9 Df
..
: : riLl. "INII:711--A": JI. Trailer Camp J *
City veflings. COLEMAN'SSEE 1a\on\ or ( ..
\ exp& that department.SI port 1. at" oa H.Moa
," I ......".. .11 00 90 ....1 .10.. .Uh Ii VIOLIN JI A K U. 5005Ids.' 1w. .. .1..' 1040919 .. ..
50 liB 4. Pa T
i .It .... ....h.. :. .'" ....1.. 1ftI' POR KALE I U' 1.r"- 'ost. k..... bps, Itd 11:1. II.......... B.. III. _. ( > That $150000 be requested 955.5. .
..... 8M -, ": .: .... ,.w... Jot..... ...... 0011." 91484. oh, ..h tIb.o. -... 10.884. If MR. RUE or MR. CBomatloa EMAN for the first two work. H
., I 11 ,. 54104.4. .lo..5. ,s.. 1116..8. year, 'THBroLtowma LOTS AND
----- O. 8. H.... Oe... $1... .40.., I..... ROUGH DRY BEFORE OUIN ST- BLOCKS IN PORT sALERNO *KINO Steel Fill* Cabinet '
fOR IAU. 0 IdIlo' _'. 58 04. 0 5I 0000*, *1., SERVICE .0
$ A ID of Lot It 5sCl
Io'p C.bto ._ h.sk.. 1,11.1. 0,04o ....... -- ...! lN STIGA TIMBER PRODUCTION ... .5 Lot IlILEII oa .
1 5 ...dUls4o. 111 ... ... AUhot IlUhol. ....... ....... II. 194.40.$9N
PoR 81.0. T. b .00l00 LAUNDRY SERVICE 779. .pp0.s.l 090 hIgh 040.9.090,9.I.0.ooI.sd. BELOW 1M3 YIELD G.ANT T. ....' 5. 5. 400
1 .Uohs.Id..Io.0I. .. LI ..... ....dll..... $5100. T.s I .., I.y..o v .4 DRAWER, LECA | OR LETTER SIZE
--'- 190..: 11.OOOIO 41005 '. .ft.......... 1 4..Ip,. A ol. I p500.50 $ Jacksonville (FItS) The research LoU f and I. Blk. li Lota I, '
tVR .ALl: ..h04 f., __. d... ....."'... 05 08o... .. I. .
tool 5.11. : Locks
.t. 5. .5. 0 'I thI 111.1 0.14904. 4. I, I. 14. II IS II. Blk .4 With or Without .
; $..... W..h. Y-s.o $..... 1'. O. tan*. ............, .)".H. I. ... .., .... Your laundry carefully) washed 0 IL .to. 5081 .04 "and Industrial division 4: I.l. I. I. 4 .54 5819I. .

\ flea 094. 10.. .Ih. *1. If Kla$1101. pblllD S. rln. | '$01101 Pa...... s. all Flat Work. sheets tra floU.>*l Cot op.ots full .11.1.., 05 5100 I .hlptl04., of the Florida State Chamber of "lack. I.II'I .04.'i, NIl.. :$ r: II. Complete Line of .Office Furniture and Supplies'The

roM MLI:: I osI .ll.t. 01.. .. 0100.0. pillow-slips etc., ironed and It P 0P 9107114 .'57 P.. .. stools Commerce/ in: a statement' released .

$...MI..4.. 1110,80. 00.5 b........d AOho.1o0 II..505..... FOR SALEi SM I-I'S SUN. wearing apparel 'dried for 24-tel 0.0. '514.., ol 7.0* here this week pointed to Tpool. I. "... It. 'T' tlJ'E; '
).oh.
1$ INLET 'ARIlIi bob.. 50 .0
-. \ r_. $1. 0.0.. 8940. If DRY STORE INI OST OF. horn. ironing. We can fivt. lIlIllIllIIlIl$ $ $ $ lllIllIII$ $IllIIllIlLO51FO1 $$ the Increased urgency, for the .WOO.... It oIu .. Lot II. ... .11 at Stuart 'News
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II 594 14 10 II 9.0.NIks
... FICE ARCADE. PAYING
PAL N. IIkh.-d.oo. 11.
fOil 14.1t.
$:
and will carrying ouf of long range limber .
1. t'.d. you two days seme DllIIIIlIIIIlIIIlI 0 llssoo. Gr..t T. /Il..

." 11.1UT'IIr; S .:: r.-.Oft: Il..oh, II.. BUSINESS ANII A REALOPPORTUNIflI pick up and deliver, your $ IlIlIlII$ l'IlIllII$$ conservation adding\ that Bio,440.. ,

T L .". 0.11.8,50. INFOR. laundry. U.. this ecomomcal LOST, WIll 1104 h to.. 01100 0,0.0 present production is till eight BOARD OP (XJIIITY"CO t 1118810NEIII. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT'

I rOil IAI.9. II ,U.IZL 1 ....,..... MATION MAY I HAD BY 00... 15904. PI.,1. below that of MARTIN coimrr FLORIUA.
...1... ... 01 Stoj .OItOP .0111 01118. service for .your: .family. h.'o.tNl.AN 0111.. ..04 ISlIIllIIIIIIIIUIIIS per cent 1943 (C....... Court aoaliBn Phone'300 '
II ...m.. _... nd p-op.lIo.,. 'orI.... SEEIMU.I $ 11111111 $lISIlIIIl$ $ Tabulation of the volume of /. POMEROY
01 Clark; of C....lt Court of laid CountFk. .
II... Toler' Yo'". 1101..... u MR. 514TH RATE ONLY /
_
lumber
FO REN production, figures being Dorotkr 710009 O. C. -

\1 QPPCl.I..h .0 CIA-Ill..l4l,' .04 W :.:r.br'..11.4'... I AT THE FORE. lOc PER POUND liiilliiiiiiilliiiiiKORktNTjl$ 111111 IllIIlIIll$ available for only the first nine 1- I. H1)41, -

$9 0,91105907" 800 ..,.. I.15h.o. PIe* 00019,0:.' $1 $0. T 4... N.ho... Wetfhed When Dry.PEOPLE'S .900900* 5.-hod... o 4.014., ,,tsoo1.h.4. months of 1948 show a total of ,
.40, shot 7o' .d .1111. .h. ..IoUol" .boat sir aoodltloa. '.. .7. poo04.t p... I 7.1.1. o.$5.kI9. 4 J p $515r05 UUto.OOO board feet out ,
during
4 9. 101 _..... .It LAUNDRYI s" j. C ,

f : :::I OIL.: :'':: : bulb AUo at t U.volt th.n.,.bL,4J< .HUtioa. Poo.__Iro Phon. 287' : .11. that time Contrasting with the West Palm Beach Directory

I 8 .. fl.. Ilk.. .. 1.91 pos..dl0k.o.d.. if $008 814071 $511. 11.09 994 Florida low. national production
0
A. G. H....t" f. CI'" SALE Mil, 11. I0' 80.0 too ,.
0 0.0 sIN .4 .4 01.0150. was 'only two' per cent below
7.11.0.50. Luckr will.0, floot .....b... lot.o.04 Pool 0091 Ph 1594, : *
: Hr. (.an .W_arOK t .... C_.. .... MURPHY A DONALDSON p I to liltS. ," the Chamber laid WHEN IN WEST PALM EACH
)0. 9AL$9. A I fs ...h.. o0..M.. .504 -
...... ... .. FLOOR SANDING 0 THESE JFIJIMS APPREtlATE YOUR
0.04111." .. sods: .1 4 soIl.II. i SALE II\'IIW-.O-;: PATRQNACE..
I .. .$... 11.... ho.0... 8M A..b.. AND FINISHING HOUSE POOR KENT 1. IpsO. Y.Is HORSE _
St. l.uoi. Own,' I Ifuralb "..In. 000..11, 101. ..Ill 8., 9.0, Ad, $$7. *.qIos SHOW CIRCUIT '
11.109.7119.191 tI .d roont I if.aolow.'oatr* ..... 81 *17 14. 11.0945 A7. NO. S :
........ ..........., PHONE 32-R 84.0., 710,44, 5 4. SI. The 8un h.lncireul of Florida .. ;, OSII000USTOSIE90811. HAWTHORNE
U15.4..H.hh5 .
$1.00. 'uD...... Jot ltalN .101.bh 110'._ to Stuart. P.O.B0X604 .
.
I. 9... _left I Iok,0 99 ...,. Well built oonilRlrorald .... "'. .._.. horse show opened last 14 ROOFING CO.
..In.. p9'4,057 I .s-.l.hh. .11. 99000 ... ..... II"'. ...dlhl:1S; :: k .- ___ tt WAA SPEEDS UP week with a show at Miami '. 4 .
at .... a.p''910.' W.o.t. DoH to \
.I. M ._10..... 'Oo Do 40. J>.... 454 '
.4 lot .... 70. _ev 10.. ........ U.i". lImo It SPECIALLAWN AIRPORT TRANSFERS Springs: ,Shows follow on successive 4 : IOOnN6-f HElr METAL
..... ..h04 th.so.h -
f :: 0. W. Cthb00 .09., sod :.:= MOWING SERVICE week end at Hollywood, HEATMO. ..VEHTILATINOWATUfKOOrlfrO
85 'ON ou ....10 ....n. Plo FOR SALE FOR CASH is opTpurraiiTfMATIS
Jacksonville Ft. Lauderdale Palm
POWER LAWN MOWER PUiu to Beach.
Itep up .4
aod ;
5. 99. .1. 7$5 I. 11ai Entire Oscecfa. Block Front I OLIVB ,
,
HAVE YOUR LAWN CUT transfer of military airports to Miami 6t. Petersburg; Tampa,
P 5011 .* ,&. P00p ...... ., .00.0.... 152' with tlo 6R one 5R '
'I 1 I.. .'I., 0.. .... 1I.n. It.... cotiplete REGULARLY AT Florida municipalities were announced OJando ,and Jacksonville.. .

N. 11-11- _
CHARLES H. JACKSON regional director for War Assets are given at each show '
Soil ,
l/. Walk singly \
rOil ULIi. I.440 1 In$ '.010411 or asUnit
$14 ..... 0.40' ''adH 0.o. .... 80 West Third St. Administration 512 Clematis St. S E LOCK WORKS
77 ..1tIr sl.t.h Boll '--o.u. u... C.... 'at CflSTl, also River : ,
Write P. O. Box 485Do in Only one-fifth of America '
l' .. .. Major step the speed up : ..
J! Co.. 04.o.d.7k Frontage. (Titles O.K. not 202 St, :t Phoh.ad
U tfI nraarram will h. it,. -...,.-. un forest land Is owned by the pllbe Furniture and "

'\ na BALK. I". -- "' I Murphy-ar* acquired. Apply. I roo bar* troabU with {oar bona airport: disposal operations-from .through the Federal State Hou.d.urnishings, epair Anything \
.
;II. .. jIooIo... .n..... I'' r.... ....."f:: Ergenzinglkowner.. Ri.... .ot 10Io.I Tkoa aa*' Boo* Paaaaklo.Stoarl Washington os local governments. ,f 1' :
Food .. tf WAA field of- .
:l'J. JI. ...... It aide Driy and Hospital St.
Jan. I*. Pb ThUUKZ.04.tl. l0.kI.9, k fkes. .The program will be fear ------ 1 -- -
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FOR S auk.lota, at*. Slaarl Draa: Corp. ed to meet k target date of April S '" ..

11 1 j Modern Conei Block 11 FOa 004.9.09 I. PALO...Is.11 1 141...Pord d040.,.and.Noarrr 10.oob. Wan bodr aawaraaoaaar ,. iiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiinimiuiniiiiinuiHiiWANTED$ I $ $ 30 by which time all airports on ,I NOW .JS THE,TIMETO DECIDE ': :..04.

2 Bedroom 0111 ..ol' 8 0.4. 0. 5.0,00,. Ph... I WAA records throughout the '
i ... t T ; !l luns
.w. It country wWbe offered and .)liquidated HId1.'RQADIS'Y9JRcAR'oN 1
$ C.in.nt .tile roof. mpo. --"'- $iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiitiuiiH, $$ $ $ ;

1 4um til* floors 'II Ia .s-; FOSALE WANTED AT ONCEl *.".. Doo...... within M dayl, it was t
Wrlta Ro.Mak Do *. )AS PMooipkio. ., ] TH-E 4
".14- learned. HELP YOU ON jkOAD TO HAPPY'OTOIuNa --
)a..t tarn motfItKtrie sink. Toao, 14 ,- '

.. tot 77711 r, .__ tar, 'U N C A' I. 0 W WANT 7._... _I. coaaral kaaao.work a : / ': Drive' ;Today for \,Complete Cfceck-Up: '

o steel windows, Locat. ,., )N 2 OR MORE LOTS to _.. ... Mr* HaroM Baaao.Caallo ALBERT MlLUR: l' .,' ,.'.. ,.

1Bou.iAdditla No.. 2, St.3 .- FRUIT. TREES $9.00. Huh.. ,..'oIIo' Polos'- Joaooa II, Albert Miller 10, of Newport .E T.RIP I
0. If. Y. who had spent the Jut .' ht- 1 . ,
'orb $5,000 WANT TO BUT Xl... _.... 0. .... few .. ; \ ;:' .
SEE 5.504011 oHoa. Marlnor .. month. at "el\84ld'1 Beach, ,. j .I.7. .
w Writ. .f. O Box 10&. CHARLES CONRAD HBI_P WANTED AT SODA -"Tnt. died Thursday after brief Illness r ", /7.o WILEY: toJOTOR, CR.i:
:, StaFIoridatOO STUART VU.UO., COOP APPLY 1110 ( : :
..i: SALERNO SHORES MKDI4TELTrANTCD V'' at' ,the, Martin County hospital. I :
/ '. 'I UNDER J1ol OWNERHIIP WfrlUK 'AUSBORN .... 'of.
ttII' ; W :AHt> CMfiAJlNortt. ,
-.. trallai. I .
loll a :
& A : !
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.40 nroM oaoata. A irooa ba,. Prlord 500 $ALEi' WaUHYaal boon *r *nblaood TO KENT >**r ..... The'body was lent. by the Federal Hifiwai, fA ( 'T' ; tlj1, ; lq
00100 0., .59. 0. b04k 11. aa tooil* aoaoaioaabl 14.5110 10.lull. Ud rooat aoooa .to or .s .. II John Funeral Xome 'Id Me>.> i I .'" .
,o.lllo..' i So.Io. ;.: ..000g.L ... *. ,from 0599S. a.1oo. 0.. 1. P. 04CIo.. .t ... ,
**s. ,, 04. SI 111..i 5. Ie U" 1Ia.. 04. I" ... port foe servlcei and burial. -1.j:

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THE STUART NEWS/STCAR1V Martin Cnnty, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 8, ISO f



[-SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings, of f e WEEK IN STUART }i L I,



AMES ARTY'90HEOUtED te play m trumpet'In Jim Crowley -' KILVEKTS ANNOUNCE f

AT rARUH HOUSE 's first musical group out at, BIRTII OF DAUGHTER .. ........ _ow.." .__,... .. .........._.""
St, tftI1' Chapter of the,Wo- lh Wai tcnooL Today the boy Mr and Mn, Charles' A. KIU w Wn 1rw
st. tert, it of Providence, R. f f. ::: =
tut Auxiliary of Mary k a Dram.Major, leading the ? '" I
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=:;:= :: :,
plaCOpal church will, hold the V S. lit Calvary band In Tokyo,' have announced the birth of a tl "

third' in* a series of pra-Lenten Mr and Mrs "Merrit made daughter: Mn Kllvert will be ... ........ .J.mPtllr t .....:= ') I I I
neat ghee' parties Friday. many extra trip from Salernoat remembered here as Miss Peggy __ M '

eb. 7; at}:00 p. m to the par night te bring the boy to practice JoCockreU. :;;. .f( ll.uti, ) ( (( 19 1u ill'i :;::: 11', 'If, I,
sh house There WUI be prUei at the log cabin. But, more, .. g l L.
for ea0h table and ,refreshments than that, they put their should ,: Carl Bess returned to Stuart :.:=" ., :: wwwwsayt. : :
.. ..,.. .., .saM", I Iti t''f'
1.-0.I .4.> m ,.._.
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oeteaael art Mrs, Oeorge,McBrid. era to the wheel and worked (for last Tuesday from a business t. .... .....
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t and Mrs:Isobel Ferry, beDefUe'and drives t* raise funds trip to Missouri and Pensacola, Jacksonville ,
Florida ''I I
.............. to make th. band possible. Today Florida j i'f'iljl ,
X.MEMBER'Of BAND other parents are asked for; ._ j :
wnF! LAURELS 11'1' continued support for a bigger Mf and Mrs Carl L. Ikss!( vf 1 .Iaou ry 14, .9is1k I i I \ \
(TO**61 CALVARY and better musical l program for: Port Sewall were hosts" Thurs :
pfc. Warren Merritt, 19, son the youth of Martin county. rub day evening at' dinner to Mr 1.. .
| of MV and Mrs.Warren Merrill lie support Is needed t. raise" and Mrs O. a Whitener Mrs 'I'' ': t. 1 1 1S 1rl. .J
of Salerno, It an outstanding example MM for Instruments, music floyd Oruver and Mrs T. H "e
of what the hih school lad uniforms for a growing or. Bess of FTCderlcktown, Missouri boar t Col.: ',Krsft :
|band IM meant &e the youngpeopb : ( filiation, Wendell Waters, also Mr. and Mrs, George W. I ..!ejCongratulttlons:I; /:': I IlL Ii I-
*f thle e.usmenity. Wartn i music director, has been highly Conrad and son of Stuart. ::, oa your very flat booklet "VarUs County.: I
: Fkralnr., HongMnj! and Industry. Ton base done ..
> we a small lad when he commended for his work with' .0.-5 a good Job h r :
.' 1xJ';, P' II!', ;
I lint began hardening bit lips the band the past two year*: Mr and Mrs, Lewis It Woodruff 11. I II[
...,..... M(;,/.itff\r Could hn. tone" 90 or 60'sepi.o of this booklet. ?.
fif Clnarmnnt spent theweek \i(0,1";:,w dtetributlogtilAoy!,;; dvsb.r that you could span would be eppre..hd.! i '
;; -nd'-iCh-'dr; and;; Mrs: .
\ \1'' '\:' < \ .Q; "
DINING WUlaford R Leach at their homeon I, ,;{)j J'\1\ ,Vf '#,IJ< .9th .y ..r,. best amiss and kladeit,' p.r.on.1 r.erd.,1.1"0 ., 1 u
OUT 1
Bewail Point. \ ;,, ',v:; vf::': ;
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.... ", ,i I 'i. :: :- .' Slnotrsly your
MEET ME AT THE Mr. and Mrs C. V, Wise left ;:f ((1\\ )\ W:'{'':' I

Monday for their home In i. ':" :.> '.)1 \ ,:IJ "

Victory Hotel Dining RoomCome days Columbus as haUte, Ohio,guests after of several the' .; .\J;\;:d(>;4'I(::; '.\' :/:/". ; I H rold,' Col. .. ,

Wlllaford R. Leachel .. .,;f\\ :': ; .I':;' 1'/: ': BIO UTO Vice Presided [I I

J In A Stranger M. Come Back A Friend -C- ?,' nc/sjh ,,,">, ,' e
Mrs Paul Brown of Washington ,',' ,"4<,.,''t"ll: {< f.iI.\;;\,' \ .\ \ ., '
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BI .
Rib Beer On Draft Coll B.TB. ...
raft, "' :
Iteugor .
and v ',il', I : .
Palatka
was the guest 1.t '
( Martin County Chubir of Criers:. A i'i' ;,.., t I. ''q % ,
o ) .
E Tasty Cocktail last week of Mrs Evans Crary 1 '" "Y, r, ,
8\ua rt, ,
Mi1 and Mrs Leslie Pressel and 'to ,r10r1 ( JV\ *, .\ ,I ;t,
orMixed I '' '
Drinks Mr and Mrs:Harvey Prtssel were .:; ,'r : \ 1"1'" .
guests Sunday at the home of
Served Nightly, At Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mupp on ''I, :
the south fork
VICTORY BARMARINE '- j 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mapp Iii ; ,
or spent Thursday In Weat Palm
Beach oq business\ ,\ I. \ .1 .
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ROOM ;- I'' \ ,
Bob Zubrod of the American la lafY
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Package 'Good Paul Gerhard, Mgr, Red and Cross water field safety/staff was In the first guest aid Mr,!and Mrs Erwin JohnwIcV' who Is visiting her brother and visit with Capt; and; Mrs H. Waiter tires You've Waited lor

.. last week of. Mr .and Mrs }. H. entertained at dinner Saturday lister-In-law In Washington, attended -I Saunders of the HI Hook at !:j ."
-- Smith tvenlng at their, home In the the reception and tea )
w France Apartments. Their guests given by the President and Mrs. the Virginia A part men. Upon !

Mr. and Mrs Peter USage of ,were Mr. and MM C. H. Kindred Truman at the White House Jan returning north. Mr. Robertswill I Ae fi'
SEND IT TO THELAUNDRY I Plymouth Mass, are guests of Mrs Cy Fox, a former resident 23.- take over thq electrical Installation ?
f ol Stuart, la here for a month -5-
Mr and Mrs Richard M. Smalley.
.
at tile slew million tr trI trj
The visitors drove over from St. visit, Mr. and Mrs William A. Roberts l
.. dollar Hercules Powder Plant in '
Petersburg where they are spend. --5- have arrived from Browns '
ing some time Mist Patricia ,Van: de Water Mills N. 1., for two-months' Burlington, N 1Tis ,
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Phone 287AND MMr -

i I and Mrs Howard Coleman ..... "
>nd, daughter have arrived from COMPARED TO
j
Maryvlllc, Tenn for a visit with p.
A \
Mr and Mrs Jack Coleman on ,I" '
.' -WErWILL PICK UP Martin Road ,"' PREWAR LEVELS '.. .
C--

b jfRur Laundry Mrs. A. R. Wallace of Orlando .rw
I t-' the house guest of Mrs. Leila :M
Clements at 410 &/. California 9r>, M1'
CLEAN, SANITARY and ECONOMICAL Ave. / \

f
LAUNDRY SERVICES -- 5 ,
Mr. and Mrs.; Lloyd Travis' :
George Hlronlmus, Mrs. Richard .
PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY O. Hupfel Miss Mary fihackcl- .;
ford and Mrs J: H. Smith wentto \
AI
West Palm Beach Friday to \ I I ;

,attend a meeting of Red Cross II III, b .
Phono 287 and. I'i'I
chapters held at the Pennsylvania Spring I j ,to .

.. Hotel. _._-- jd :i-

'. J a Young Gal's f tr I tVFS

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,
while the coat of some I ,
;" '\ to 1 commoditl.e bas gone up j$ 1.
4Wltl1 Fancy Turns 100% or more. the prices el
:" .'. .. .' 'y Firestone D. Lux Champions j 1 'dt.
.
'". avrag only 9.1 J% above 1941. ak 'i I
I'. to Prints And they are better in quality i ns I
37 Year. : and In value ihan pre-war tires. t I

r '-:.; Right DOW when winterweather 'i '"

:'," ;, '' 1 makes driving more i jl'4i I '
i It \' difficult when accidents .
i eaus.4 j t :
\ ,
I;, I 11, by unsafe tires are Increasing y

1.1';' ,'. 1.. equip your car with a set of new t ''
.. Honor', ,
''if" .1'1 Firestone D* Luxe Champion, t'i
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l' the safest and longest.wearing
t't
i
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o fares ever builtl! t', '


:'Ssittbt
'. "SiviirtiMFSTtUTTIN fr
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.. Only 9.1 ?( Inc Ilse !+ h ,'

TIM Such Over rseW Prices! a '

I .Iwogge 9 riches even their flumes" tore a ii' t e 1 1Sta.
pn>udl! An Exclusive s t IrM. l"le 1
WErSAIUTE4BOY SCOUTS'OF AMERICA \ .' "i' .
,' I II print of rayon! Jewel c'.pe. Juniper ,
\f t "It'? and navy, bitter chocolate. and 1 +i16j0
I gross 6.00.16.....?.., .. .. 16.10
block and shocking each' with '
From .February 7 to itye Boy Scouta of, America will elebr'te. UiurS7th : .aqua or sa l s...,,,.,..,.. ..., 19.05
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-10. whit. Junior tizet 9 to + 1
.birthday. JSince, ; 1910 14,1100,000sboya have reglatered'tn, Scouting? '$$995 r -- 6.25/6.50.16.. ..... 19.55 1'It''Nss

In the ,United SUteA The Scouts' aim:,\ Into build Into boys folding I ,it, 7.00.15............... 21,60

the foundations\ of character, citizenship) brotherhood and thrif "t'' lMs zColeman's

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ASavings t Son Will .. \, Pearl hue, Mtdtm ScriwSTUARST
Account In bur) Bank For Your your wa tropic

'Teach," klm 1'j, Thrift i and 'tbe'' V'alu.e'ol.F lur Security, 6OWEtIf ;' *tea, IW..tlteort'pink. or white, land.
Nanking rayoi) crepeThe Home and
print; exclusively" Carol' King..

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TRI =ART NIWS, STUART. Martin County. FLORIDA,"TRt1t8DAYl"R.! I.Ii4l<< ___ "


NEW HOUSE NUMBERS mtmnmiimimmiiiimittnnnMimitHtimnmmmimmmmmmttutttnHH'/ IIfIt""tttttItMttttttttftlltHttI""tt, / r happy social emtlftf' were eft' Ayoft-left.last-week-by"" MeW K ttea41y eeaeat-te- exist at11

UNITED EFFORTON WIIL BE Pt'BUSHED Joyed. I for their former home pear Philadelphia wealth:; producer, But whew ,,

NEXT WEEk IN NEWS JENSEN BEACH NEWSBy Palm City ,News Mi and K....: ',Howe, ,wht .. forest 'Is properly cared for, 'it

CANAL WORK Preparatory t* the Inavgnr.at Byl ANN* B. DAYHIIUIMIIUIIIIIIIIIIII'lllilllllllllllUUIIl ponght the former' Mss MorrtUlome goer on forever'and ever, ju ,
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on Seventh Street, have that's wealth the forest is
ion of free .postal deliveryIn When a mine-is-mined\ producer: IIUI
Charlottt Helller been occupying It for some time
; Stuart March 1 all house! I HiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiii. : iimmiimiiiiiiiiiiiin Mr: and Mrs. Victor Conklin Mrs. Miry Porter was surprised the end, of it, it give*" out,, it only, renewable resource. ,
expect to have as their guests ,
URGED BY WRITERA
numbers have bees changedby Mrs. Allen Kendall and Mrs. Mrs C H, Munch Sunday: for the week end Feb. 0, the Rev \ last week: by old friends. r -

I a Jaycee committee workIng A. F. Kendall were'ln Ft Pierce Mrs R Q Sharp spent the and M..... Loring B. Chase of From Pennsylvania\ who are tourIng

I with the city eommislon. Saturday on business week end In Miami with her Lake Como, Fla. and East Northfield the State They were Mr and
: release by Washington News j Your new number will appear I Tommy Helller, Jr.. left Wednesday Mrs. Mrs. DeWitt Rust and Mr. and Hive A Dlieiooe'COCKTAIL
Rev and Chase
Mass ,
Letter urges the united effort of I In a list te be published in for Gainesville! to enter parents. I four Mn, Arthur Limit, alt of Woodcock i .
residents here for sea
Mr and Mrs Frank Weeks Of I were
fduth Florida communities" to j next week's have of The Stuart i the University Florida for his Pa. '
served
which time he
sons during '
y ,: Gainesville are here' for a week .
News' Freshman year A week ago Sunday, Rev and ,
jevetyie recent ruling curtailing Mr and Mrs fed Sladek of visiting' Mr and Mrs. W. B. Til- ,the Palm City Congregational Mrs. R L. Packard were surprised ,
: work on the waterways In thUectloiv ton during mid-term! church: as pastor having resigned J
,'\ !I Ohio, formerly of Treverse City. the vacstion : by the arrival\ of/ MrsPackard's .

: The, writer has, this tc; NEW BUILDINGS Mich. are guests of Mr. and M**. of the University' of Florida May 1945 The Chases expect to listen, Mrs H. C, From Our
be In attendance at the church:
which Mr Wacka attends..
:) hay of the present mixedtr Wlnowleckl and family.Mr Speed< and Mn.. Francis W. Her-
\ Mrs. i W of Ft service next Sunday and Rev c
and Mn. 'Wm. True of Spraker Pierce rick who are spending! the season -
situation! M It exists today: I
FARM MARKET : Lancaster, Pa.. were calling on who formerly lived here, wa Chase may be the speaker Their In West Palm Beach: They BARPrepared
United 8ia.es JIM i .
EngineersiNyar ahd
The \ ) visiting friends here Sunday many former parishioner
Mr. and Mrs H. W Munch and I I accompanied Arthur Holt and
1 < Department! have jretuic4 ______ ____ n Mist Charlotte Hrtller, the friends are urged to be present Mrs. Agnes Cutter from Franes-
oJ tb recommend the I II toot aural Mall Carrier\ has a new .to give them a royal welcome By
town, N. H. and West Palm Beach
.f', \ rplh> of water from near Fort : ATFORTPIERCEDemand, P[ TO: PHOTOGRAPHALLWILDLIFE I cir In which' to deliver the mall. Mr, and Mrs M. M. Baker en- friends of the Packards. They
Myers to Stuart and Fort Pierce TOMMYLUNCH
Mrs. J. W Johnson of Rio hod tertained Mr; and Mrs. Isaac all spent a pleasant Sunday at

\la take Okeechobee I I., her guests for dinner Sunday Harpster and their friends Mr. 'the and returned' in
parsonage \
i The principal grounds upon for Space At Nearby I Mr: and Mrs. Clarence Peterson and Mrs Sam Holm on Satur- the evening to West Palm Beach.

which) the adverse conclusion! Market Forces Enlarged : and Mr and Mrs. Frank day with an outdoor supper and DINNERSe
I I John llpp of Ohio has ,recently -
t.re"baMd are that the authorized Facilities I, Schak of Chicago, and Mr and -ooked on a new grill\ in their purchased the block houseon .

I I I depth of I feet in the waterway .. IN GLADES P Mrs, W, C. Johnson;:and Mr. and yard Palmetto Way, recently Improved JD Our Grill
PARK
will when provided. accommodate Fort Pierce Fla, Feb 4 ** I
1 or : Mrs Allen Kendall.. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holm have and occupied by Mr. and TASTY
ICtous FOOD
'Construction Is satisfactorily -
practically all the trafficlikely progressing
,(yA: Mrs. Adolph Hertel was hostess been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frisbee. Mr. ttpps and his i ,
: 'f to UM the waterway.This on twonl'1il' building : to her bridge club at Seymour Isaac Harpster having recently son Lloyd have moved into Prepared By Andy Tiima,
'. ruling, must be accepted for the Fort Pierce State Farmer'e' National Geographic Society "
: Inn afternoon.
t Tuesday arrived from their home at their home THe .fNu-Sed"
I new Lipps arrived
.''i until more traffic can be shown Market, and both should be I I Is Planning His. I I
made Mrs
high by
score was Furnace.
I Pennsylvania Pa. The ,with trailer and school bus
I i'i',' and that is only possible when completed in ample\ time for the torical Effort I Lewis Gamble Others playingwere Holms are the next door neighbors recently. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DRINK

\(P Optimists along 'the! waterway ,Spring tomato Season Market Mrs .A. Taube, Mrs Seymour WITH YOUR MEAL
of the Harpster In' Wad
;I \the Myrlen of Ohio has -
I Ian purchased
I ''if.Mrk. Jointly\ with .the coastal Manager M C Williams said today Washington 30 I FN$1--e I Gideon. Mrs. R 8 Robert- -
north property just vest I of
.eltle.i. The decking for the first The National Geographic Society' BAR and GRILL
TOMMY'S
son, Miss Elizabeth Robertson '
ilw Mr. and Mrs. Burdick, new the block:house bought by Mr, ,
leading from Lake Okeechoboe the new buildings had been I
pi Is compiling a pictorial survey 'I Mrs E, J Ward and Mrs C. H '
of the Shotwell Lipps and 1 Is starting building on
I owners Apartments
are four canals Mlamt NewRjver completed today, and work was wildlife I i PACKAGE GOODS
Alderman.
i the of birds and other ,, arrived,about two weeks same. His brother, Fred ,Mead,
and Went started on framing
Hlllaborough
j' !. In the Everglades National Fahc, Blount Gideon spent! the weekend ago and are living in their new Is also here but te returning this : ICE COLD BEER BY THE CASE
: Palm Beach-The time II 1 not far all.>F I
here from Stetson University
I 'I and Is sending representatives: home They are making extensive week to Ohio. I
( away when these canals must !!
p I to attend the football game, O. N. Kettle' ot Jefferson, I
Mr Burdick is
repairs on same .
said
d I be deepened!: to. to ( tf'ft.- February 15 or M Manager and barbecue at Stuart
legs Sunday the'son of Capt. Burdick who ,Ohio1 has bought tilt home owned i iI
with locks and Williams .
equipped! proper! \ Miss Verna Gamble of Sarasota I
hved and occupied for several yean
,1 dams and made navigable for The second building in the here years ago
:i the week end here
ciety announced. spent!
I > Dan Went He also boughtthe
Mt. and Mil Jack T Link had y
shallow' ,
mall precooled depth current project is also 50 by 204 Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gamble and HUTTORadio
Walter A Weber an artist who I lot North of the Wents home.
t r4 boat that can overnight carry tees in dimension. and construction I lewis. jr, motored back with as dinner guests on Saturday
vegetables and the products of is well under way. Sills and i has devoted his career to paint !i her Sunday returning Monday, evening the Rev and Mrs. flatrison -, tfr Hedrick Is leaving soon for
Johns Hopkins Hospital In Baltimore
industry, etc to the ports on floor joist are now being laid. ing nature and scientific sub- : Mr. and Mrs Orville Gruel and 1. Packard. A real New
Md. On leaving there he
(the East Coast to already built Manager Williams expects this' jects expects! to spend about six daughter Mrs Duke and two England dinner was served by will visit; Ms. sister at Caw w and Appliance Co.
i precoollng plants or refrigerator building to be completed and Mrs. Llsk: Both the dinner and
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1 weeks In the park area in order : children of Eagle Lake are here Va. and then return to Jeffffer-
Quipped boat for fast shipment ready for use about the same to study live specimens In their I visiting friends. ton, bhlo. His plan are to return
'. orth of abroad. rime as the first structure, of I '
Mrs Wm. Bartlett and three HEATERS
natural habitat Silt
'I yoke Says: here in SeptemberL( possible
1 t. Your 79th Congress authorised possibly Just a little later, I
With Weber Willard Culver. children of Tampa were guest Mr, and Mrs:\p: H Frisbee

I;, 11. a survey of this plan be but agreat I staff photographer, and Andrew of Mr. and Mrs' J' C. Backus CAUSE... ,., : lave' bought and are occupyingtheir Electra: ode, Everhot, Cren Electric and
deal of work must done
H Brown of the editorial. staff Saturday Mrs Bartlett,. Is the new home at Golden<< Gate
( by the port cities and \the Okee- I MORE COLLEGES
I I who will collect material tot the former Alma Rembert. y I south ef atqart Eco master With Or Without Fan
chobee area before >survey u Friends In the community are ,
I Geographic Magaultie Mr. and Mrs: Ed' Sherman
t :
t made extending sympathies to Mrs. 'owners of the boat. Venture,m, .
! REQUESTED FOR tale Heatrola Oil HeaterCOMPLfiTE
Opposition? Ye -You realize I
. MRS. COX 94, DIES Florence Beardsley in \the loss of have moved to points farther
I : of coupe that a fight will be I AT HOME OF DAUGHTERIN her mother Mr, Emily Cox who south
r mode by several large Intereststo LINE OF ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD
JENSEN BEACH passed awa Friday night fol- Mr and"Mrs.. Frank Patzak
YOUTH
stop this plan and It can be FLORIDA
lowing a long Illness, Mrs. Cox who left here In November

i F made possible only by unity ofF I Mrs Emily Hellier Cox 01 has lived here many years and .,,AaoEFFECTI enjoy the Miami racing season, APPLIANCES

action. I died! Saturday at the home of has numerous friends were week ,end guests of Wally

g, Storms Are Possible Greatest Need Seen ky Cilien .' her daughter, Mrs. S. Beardsloy Miss Elizabeth Robertson en- Bull. They left Monday for
I II EXPERT RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS
If the present waterway had Committee In Its
: In Jensen Beach where she had tertained several friend Sunday Miami but expect to return' soon

been deepened! and the four Fin; r.eporl lived for 2e years. Johns Funeral night at a spaghetti dinner at and build on their lot here. '"
I
bon mentioned canals deepened 204 Osceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dept.
Tallahassee Florida never Home of Stuart sent the bodyto her home. Cards were also enjoys tfr and Mrs. Wm. Volts and

and equipped with,the proper! : has exerted iUelfM lie effortto Miami for funeral service and ed Those \In the party were Dr. son. Billy and brother, Curtis

: I locks few' weeks and dams might the storm not 'have of a I provide college: educations for burial by the Coombs 'Funeral John Whittlcar, Mr. and Mrs. ---t. ..._, ..-. --- -- -.....,.......
ago Home of that City Curtis Whittlcar/ Mr. and Mrs. A forest an CAUSED by iwftoctwl -
'
, I caused million of dollars! damages. Its young citizens the citizens Jack Whltlcar and Mr,and Mrs. eampnn. The EFFECT unb >
Mrs Cox was a "native of
I Committee on education charged spptlluif Hunters and ,
J. Food campers
shortages are now
I Curt Schroeder of Stuart, and
London and was a member of ampflrs Is routdrabrutbefore
I thousand Sunday '
1 serious dollars Two hundred eight authorized- I in Its last report to Gov, Millard i the Episcopal church of Ifngc; Mlis' Cecella Thelss and the you leave it 11e a good

already tend. Besides her daughter with Robertson family, sporUmml
' Caldwell and the legislature
might have saved a million or ------ ---
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i thorn she made her home she
demanded
the -
survey group
more In much needed food ; *'n r
Is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
that the state guarantee a
Water for the East Coast cities,
I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY .ft
of fund for education H Bristow of South Miami; three ; +
maximum ",
from
soon or later come
may
ions, William N. Cox, CharlesA
; level and adequate
the Lake Okeechobee section, j on the college 18-Ft. Correct Cfcft RunABout's,
controls to see that the money Cox and Percy I E! Cox all of
state many good water engineers I Miami, 17 grandchildren, 23 US hp. CryBle Crown Engine
I
wisely.
Ir spent!
Low water fires In
means
great grandchildren and four Double Plank H Jidou
this the state Mahogany
In can
: Only way
loss of
the muck or !peat and
t crops-high water means loss rope to pull \tits school system great-great grandchildren 16-FL Boats with 10 h.pf Air Cooled Ona Engine

salt backlog : from the lowest 25 'per cent I f.
of many crops- water -
The Florida State Fair at
up in the canals mean damage I where it now ranks among the Tampa Ihrough February IB will I HUDG BOAT CO.

water not supply only to of crops several but to East the 143 The states committee. recommended payout more than $40,000 in f D. Hudgins. .

1 Coast cities. 'further' that: premiums this year the,largest lit Mile N: St. Lucie River- U. S. No. 1 Hi-Way
figure In Its history. j,
A state system! of Junior colleges prize
Negligence In DangerousThe
; t be established as part -
new Congress iSOth Con --- -- --- -- -- - -

I the public school system, giving
{ Hrett>. convenes In January 1947
both terminal and general: educational -
und as soon as It Is feasible we I r rr

hall again ask for appropriations I programs,
Two extension centers for /1e.rroes -
I for this much needed South I
l Florida waterway This canal 1 111 be operated a* branchesof N ty"F r

LOW II bottle neck between the I the 4. and M. college one
I In Tampa and ont In Miami h I
< wit and west coasts
The 80th Congress will have, i to give major attention\ voca- I

an opportunity to better serve, tonal education.
I The" state provide centers for
;the people than has any previous ekSaAe
I Instruction at regional
graduate
Congress for many years
l centers In the state where small
editorial
I eays a North Carolina
i nrlter Is hI! an Optimist? W I numbers could be enrolled
eMore funds be devoted to
shall see I .
work and research, in
( We need your suggestion or I graduate rub DISTINCTION
this project-Team work of the, the aoclalaeumce. as well as the _

Fast Coast doles\ with the Okee-: physical sciences '

rhobee area from Fort Myers t o. The university system should IN HOME AND OFFICE
services M the state
Fort Pierce will work many won develop new
ders. and nation, such .programs of ..%.HIe... MWv...ea tall... sew Ieedy...

: Latin-American relations, public colada wlA! Wf.'i TMUMW Oak.*, enilotl

.-.-,.. -_-c=---::- :::-:: administration, and civic new w e WWe range eI oty\ee end us Off.....
Com ,
planning. e wes5hyendew-w. wriwg.Nidecyib..g.e's
r ,
Short Boat College committee should SHEAFFERS '1IIUMIIr 4..s car _a ..." ......1..... .to any

study Florida's need, making *>.TU" MctMi.... .cloys tn.K!.rfi.. 14dUta( **:

recommendations for services to .ra.Iweye! UK*!, pfaMd far "h..lam ecMM ",

.; R aIS meet such needs and presenting<< the lew 47s1/MON Irby'Y. "TRUMPH"tM 1M. 110ww .w......,"1IJUMIIK"dwR Nt ,fw

to tlllanc.hem.. ,_.,fee a" 6"ill 5k. 60%fat eeld.dr1 .
budgets
,FrrnHw(RAW irprft.. 6d/*IHlihm,(IM.I N e The system of financial accounting \Y. a W4ada.. end tIIilIOIICJ II I.n. ..., t f.I .Ike. esdee

l-lMt l% r/Ew*> tar II..' should Be overhauled' 'PLY i rr e..w. ..erle Y r n, 'wedlb. .AsIhWeswr.ter f...was erIfW .
JfERI"10IIt sew 4-plMe"ly-snywhere" Carrying eap ciiyr The Stlnson voyagerplans. """ .. d..erniar .
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Fe RrvA".Iii. Only .
: and legislature\ should re- carries 1,006 pounds. of useful load r..+r r wrr..er.u.rIae..r .. Ilel.de rise wf11tl. .......... ......_.

By Hoar Day Or Week afore too the Institutions to of higher theirauxiliary Performs**?You sake' off hilly fc &J hs a service coiling! of )13,000 feet and a 60

M. L. ((Mac) McKilKp I learning funds UM for right working use caplUl Id only 620 feet t en'III 12'" .WIt rsoge oi JOOi:miles J (

P, O. Bos 796 all lour sop 290 f afw IMdill. lids the grovel pla at"lmfnvfj lot

c, And you enjoy Stu I inbeNM '471 B dud ky a 2\-,., record of Icsdct- SEE:BEAUTIFUL: -
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bility all the way. ship' in the personal plane Indiutry. .

Comfort? Y'o.a.llY. Eomptacly Mined, Sea k sow, at, this penooal plane OF '
"' Indian River Fruit In I soundproofed (fin, now made swig bndquuttrs. And at the same time, lee

more comfortable fy new controlled our fadfitkf for expert service dying 'DESK SETS !
From Our Grove to You Fresh Picked i' vtntiUuoibt instruction! e.f plane rentals. ,. POCKETSETSETC.THE : : .

VALENCIA and TEMPLE ORA .TAN ERINES, At. .
MARSH SEEDLESS GIU FIlU P EACH AERO 'CORP.. '

Bushel Mixed Fruit 2.00 :
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; 1 Bushel Mixed Fruit .- -" .- $3.25 WRIGHT VERMILYA,; Jr., President; o Iw ;' $TtJ :rf j

Ring. Packed for Shipment II Eatra .
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LANTANA
L. T. Bauer Box 114 Stuart. ;Flat.I Office, Supply? :Dep rt-rnegtt.-

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+, TEX fltCARf Hm8'; STUART, Martin County FLORIDA, TfV1i! \ 4DAY, rtB. 6e 1147 w 1 ,

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lURCH ST.jot-sewts COUNTY OFFICIALS MAT' CHAIRMEN:: NAMED) FOR

clog? BI HEUCOPTINO ERELONG NOftTftENW DEMONSTRATION CLUB MARCH OF DIMES

Jacksonville ("'81) Greyhound ---.. "
START Skyways, a division of Ore, The Palm( \ City Home Demon' THE LITHE JEWELRYSHfPE, ? -

:: PLANTWTflOOP hound Motor Line, has two, FOOTBALL SAME stratlon club met at the home of REACHEnOOO' t I '
au. a.xwslll: r- four-place Sikorsky Helicopter RHINESTONE WATCHES LODGE RINGS t)'
Mrs. George Smith on Cornell
:: sander Moran./natal 1feAlp' FOREST now touring the state demonstrating Avenue Monday, :bliss Lnella In- WEAR YOUR WATCH AS YOU PAY Y
North Martin footbaltteam
their county
versatility to countYand
..' ,.._ Sheriff O. M. Hancock cam ; I
municipal officials. defeated the South Martin scoe, home demonstration agent, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
-.n: :.:=:taI tae few f paign director of the Martin f
W N .r M 1 lldt.a ...efeiatw.r 'e. PORT 10;: Designed to' be used ty) the County! team In the last gameof gave a demonstration, eombln- '
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ST, Feb. 4-Mem county "March of .Dime* reported SPECIALS i r'r
berg company; a. "feeder planes, the the season 13 7. The last Ing the cooking of less r
';: rarer I.vaea Port St.of Boy foe Scout Troop 41 jot two- aircraft are. the filM rotary play before the halt the boys .* and then use eXp4I1IIv'i.mea. with our, today that ".000 has been Waterproof he $23.50 '

,wT'1n began the plantingof wing type to be delivered for operation up yond/r used the old up-and- plentiful supply of citrus. turned, In to date for the Infantile Wy
t forest
Co .SoloN.II AUL. P.w here.troop SUturde near ,, In commercial transpor- over play (pass)' to score Warren Committee chairmen covering Paralysis Foundation Swiss Watdfes $39,50

.tattoii, Shlpes faded' back to near ill phases of the ambitious home fund "t wish to publicly expressmy 4 y1
_. 1I..do .dbtrl. Under the sponsorship of the midfield and let with CXPERTWAjftH: REPAIRING ,
Naraq. .....,.. fly something demonstration program were appreciation ofr the hundredsof
-.. ... .... .oodq. Port St. Jot Club appointed WOVCJIUARANTEED '
y. Rotary ; had
Po the that not long before resident and visitors who
_. _I.. ........ as follows: Clothing Mrs.
scouts began their planting on FOOD STORES TO been squealing, Walter .Rein, Steve!! Y. Blasko; food made this ,ear'* drive an all- r y
preservation
;: .. PROMPT SERVICE
Mld.t..k PMP .tin.Ha a plot of land leased to the troop running as though Walt, S... was Mrs. s. O. Crews; home time record breaker", he said.

CHUPI Oy GOD by ,the !t. Joe Paper company. looking for him, came In con Improvement! Mrs. Elaine: Gregory "All my officers -and committee 213 Osceola Av.. Lyric Theatre BId,. II

.. W. f. ..... P.._ The planting was supervised by AH) CITRUS SALE tact with each other 8 paces this ; nutrition, Mrs. George Porter members deserve high praise for

r",:::, I: tlII..el..b members of the Florida Forest side of promise land .+.. and well, ; crafts Mrs. Mary B. Flshe; : their work for the crippled child

NlekTeL.11,41' .. 1,80. 101JOSEPH'S Service. you guessed It e points! poultry, Mrs. Paul A. DeyilMas; I ren of this nation he added. .

'The scouts, directed by Scout Lakeland Jan. SO (P0jS-The( > The second half found both child cart, Mrs. Clarence Fein Harry Hoke'i Ocean Breeze .

CN.a.d; CATH.IJQvs master J. T, Simpson, started nation' retail food stores will team. trying" to give "Spot" auer; gardening', Mrs O. B. tad camp at Jensen Beach was the

V. T. J. 4sAEY.. t,-:-sad. "II planting early m the morningand support' the Florida citrus Industry Johns and the Martin County well and Mrs. Ralph Mallery; largest donor, netting $1,500 on .
5.54.
winter completed setting out one In full, In. order to Increase Hospital some business much to 4-H clubs, Mrs. Henry Crews; I the camp carnival Sunday's barbecue I

A4.a er'a.tu.Mlr r't5 .... thousand pine seedlings by mid- sales of processed! and Johnny Mann' (treasurer* discomfort health and recreation Mrs, George netted $500; the recreation!
,I.. Mtardq. 1 M a F air w.r afternoon. The scouts may plant fresh citrus fruits It was announced but after 30 minutesof Smith. committee at Jensen Beach turned Notice to TaxpayersCity

e Juflur L ,b.a ...... \II.. f rd additional seedlings every year. here this week. Detailsof bumping heads, etc., the only Mrs. Crew and M..... Smith In $200 on games parties; the

They will care for the forest and the program were worked out damage was 2 blocked punts for were elected delegates to 'attendthe Jensen Legion Post contributed

'bCOPM: saavtclt1, when the trees are large enoughto by citrus representatives with touchdowns_ one by each team. i Tropical Farms club meetingFeb. $100; Martin county
w..t N.Turd. 151.5at thin, they will cut out the un.. official*, ,..of the National Association The worst/casualty of the day: 13. Those present beside football teams $50; Gideon'sInn of Stuart ii'

.. rsNTtl i, ..., a- fit and undesirable ones and sell of 'Food Chains and the was to Jack Coleman's knee when the chairmen were Mrs W. M. at Jensen. $47.70; 'Blue .

M. Holr c.,......... them;' leaving the better tree. to Independent Food Distributors he tried M 'do a'jitterbug In a I DeLong Mrs. H. L. Packard Mrs.V. Ooose, $44; the teen-age club of

M.M. PMt cs.reb Sunda Ioeol II ..... ... .... mature. Council at Chicago recently.* soft spot on the field, and, Van Mess, Mrs. F, J, Kozelka, Stuart $9.65; Mrs Hugh 'Wil- YOUR, COUNTY ASSESSOR, MR. A. c. COUR.

,Cr..l1.surd..: ./.. M. Mwf ,,-... I III vOff hand to 'watch the boys The retail groups will launch Ralph Hartman took over 1eB'1 Mrs. Earl Daniels, Mrs. Laura loughby, jr., Port Sewall chairman 1 1

r...e 1'.10' 11-'.,. In their planting set( Basil ,E. national programs from Feb. 13 place as referee, assisted Holllnger and Mr. Anna Jeffcrles. 54; Rev, John Dolphus, for SON, IS NOW RECEIVING : j

Kenney, Port St. Joe; presidentof to 22 featuring lomb grapefruitand Shrlgley] Oughterson and': Arn .the colored church $IUI.

-w..ll..4 fI j' the Florida\ Board of Forestry lemons from''March 8 to 15 old. After refreshments-- the. club The Key Club' reported $29.74

I "qJld--I ; ;'. ....O.M. and Parks; District Forester featuring fresh oranges >and 'The game started off In true made an admiring tour of Mrs for the Stuart school plus $50 Applications for homestead exemption. '
ear C..W.HL'METHODIST John Bethea. Panama dtjr' ; and from April' 10 to 19 featuring form when two little men from Clarence Felnauer'i hew home by Mr and Mrs. W. R. Leach to

V fcf CHURCH. PUMTCtwck Norman' Savetle, scout executiveof canned citrus Juices, and to develop down yonder, Magoi 275 IDS and next door.:The'next meeting will be credited to the 9th and 10th Application for widow' and disability ex ; '

W. .& Wttt AMrMf IM ObMI the Oulf Coast council, also\ a year-round merchandising McClure 21V IDS./; tried 'to take be Monday, March S at 2 p m. grades; the Island School, Inc. t I

,.. P iu..;; sAael. of Panama City; program hi cooperation with a helmet from 'the big bruiser at the home of Mrs. Richard R. at Jupiter Island $48 90; Indian. emption. J ,

.. '.10110 won. .. the Industry. Osburn, 140 Ibs,and came pretty Wallace on' the Loop Road. town WarfIeld school. $27.10 Return of tangible personal property. < > '
.. 1''... P...).'. Fells..kl0.'. /
close to doing It, and the! stands colored school at Indian own,
.. '110 W.nbl0.'" Tile lIr BAND DRIVE TOTALS $511 ,
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1 mini N H..I...w... tbW HoMnluk. .11.-) ... .In..d faa.ne.7 Workers. tot' the Stuart band KIWANIS DIR1CTOR9 still believe they could have If PLAN TO DEEPEN $12.50; Hobe Sound white school Returns of intangible personal property V :

< dvhte .... ......... drive reported today a total of MEET: FOR1 SITTER they had gotten the help of an. $87.75; Hobe Sound' colored Filing of application for Homestead Exemptionin 1

:n.7;.df A r. Mle.w.a..rv5., $513 for tile first week. The following Mr and Mrs. Albert Shrlgley ether of their mates, Charlie $18.70; Domes colored $10.50, his office will also constitute application for

wiD s..l I...._5 b..te .__ have contributed towards etnertalned at supper Tuesday Hall. 220 Ibs, to- help them. COASTAL CANAL and Jensen Beach white $53.11, exemption from Municipal Tax and his office
011 two night at their Akron avenue Well, as has been said by Half the funds are sent to the '
the $4,000 quota: will attend to the salmission of all application
UsrnwAN
CHURCMIS Mn. Now B. .... KCf home for the officers and directors thousands (C of C take note) all National Foundation for research I
... _'.
91 Cuw to the Municipal Assessor.
C. A C.rrt.6 P.tww. II.br..jR.:: '];.p I of the Stuart Klwanls the State, "Stnart, excuse me, NOW TO 12 FEET work and for assisting In eplitou .

.. Jumiar-Adull....., -10..1.. DrawliuMi. W..s'.. Fuh.t-. ..8 I Mr. .. I D. 1iJ.b.S club. Martin County has the finest lot herever they may occur Separate application for Widow' and Disability: I I

,. 1514. ,rt&__,, 1>.00...:..... 555 lit ........" 0 Mr_.. .Edna II r. .*t Mrs Itc. 5' The monthly business session of football material to be found ; lie other half Is retainedby Exemptions must be filed with his office and also, I'

wt ", ... 5.11') Kli.rfn.: Mrs: mil. 811. J. P. 1 1 1T.I.a which followed Included a genJ in any section on the Peninsula. Government Proceeding th, county for aiding any and with your City Assessor. ,
Mn. R. A.
,.:- .:::, \ArUI:0: wr.-;;'. P..yMI.. 8..114.... ..<.. .... I' eral discussion of club activities If anyone doesn't believe It, your With Survey of Entire all victims/ of Infantile paralysis.
,III H.......... ReN oa' _,.. Kraft. Mr.. H. S. such as the Key club aid to underprivileged challenge will be We first on the The county's Incomplete returns Tangible Personal Property Returns must be
".uN..., C...... A, C. C.I *.rfMt:: B.IKd. .Mn.:r.::.L. 'i children and cooperation list, come next football season. Waterway Route show a 85 cents per capita filed both at }''he city han with the city tax: assessor t ,

UNION CIt iiCUUTIONALPu. ,. :=.:>.J., Mr.R, ind its I IKtekHM. 811C1; E. : In'eommunlty affairs. The team, headed: by their Field Investigations are well return! Last )year's highest report and at the c/*art home with the ceunty tax assessor, '!i
AKRI.SON! L. tAckAI ,.... O..bt.r5.' 1. T. ". :: A letter from H, B. Kraft of Captain Tllton from the North' In' the state was from Dade or a 10 pe cant penalty will be added to your asses Ii'I, I L
a. ...., SdrakHoratel N/.ad Ml". I.:; ; advanced and engineering design inent This U in accordance with the tax.laws I
? W....U,.. Vollralk PlumfcliK .R.,.1.. G'S the chamber of commerce requested Included Tllton, F.,Rein, Walton has' already begun for deepen. county where 49 cents per per. I
.... I the 1941 session of the Legislature. Per 1
Vn T..1. Mr. nnl A. T. I theelub adoptedMit '
eon 'c
was
to appoint R. Hartman Gideon B. -reported. 1
( a Jr. 1
COMMUNITY'CHURCH Nklwn.. Ml.. .. 15Ci.nlrp ing the Florida East Coast In- consists household stocksof .
>>... Jc*. I representative to serve! on t local Smith 8. Smith, Gamble Hlller Ion yroperty goods, \ I '
,...... I tracoastal Waterway, accordingto merchandise boats "
H W BmH M.r>l O. airplane, power mowers, ;
v. t. .. Mm H. committee to sponsor a proposed Osburn, Robertson, Shlpes La- The Jarrah tree apecles of i.
c. TOUNO. r uc ? Cot Willis E. Teale, Corps of '
1'
....... .ean4ea Morolni. ..<.Mnkl_ *, ';:= Mt.Mn .!.Hrt I. R: i program now being set up by tar and W. Rein. Engineers Jacksonville District Eucalyptus) of Australia, some I in fact all types of tangible, personal property i"s

,...,... 11_.'" W. It the East Coast'Highways (assn. ,Captain Davis led'' the youth: The entire 372'' mile waterway times sends Its roots down 120 Intangible Personal Property return mutt be .
IAN SCIENCE ....... i i ,
SOCIETY OPSrlrallu M.pd Mn,, O.FHrM I
v.\ .. ._ President Lon' Tyson will an- with Davis Arnold. Richardson, ,from! Jacksonville to Miami will feet. to obtain its water supply. filed only withr the County Tax Assessor.
t... .... WH/f.l .i.. MF..d': Mn. Franll 1 sconce the appointment at the Mages Wester, McClure. Jim
.. .... ; be. to feet.
deepened 12 Col.
i
u. wSlt\. 510. P. V. .... .. 1
regular meeting of the club Fri Tucker, Stanger Armor C. Stiller Teale said four j We urge your. cooperation by attending to your Ij, .

IT'HU 10 or tho CHRIS..10_, ICICIWIIT a' tIwn.. .. ; ::t: ::: 'Ii day, J. Hartman, Hall, Storer .are now taking soundings survey parties along CONSTIPATIONRisky Ta* matter before the deadline.' Remember, April : 'r'1), 1

". _. -.tIIIoe.a.. ., ;,. : : ________ -- MacSannderi\ J. W, Tucker and the existing 8-foot route and In 1st is the lest day on which to file, so please file ""': ,
Ikrouikixit tk mrU. .. :. REV FENTON TO '
.,lin...TaTllt f.: 01.. ... >>.. an' II... Code. A. i igat Johnson. other plans, now being developed BAD COLDS I early and avoid the delay which is always experienced 1 41, I 11.
T''H k tk*_rlUrVji'k < ... TEACH DURING LINT the but -week '1'
N end N.' 0. tH.nnnk. during
; 'I\
.. Savas, substitute In I
M .. f.atb\.b._.... NMIb. : RI.IN .d Mrs.0. 'Ii: 15W.bb. St. Mary's chapter of the Wo- 'Tommy call Investigating the extent :Retained undigested focxfMeomeajmtrefKtlve 7 '
._. "t.Irk.. .. M..p, :C-------------5: football gear, kept warmed up and hardness of rock In the Fort MUSTS tafta*, which TAXES DEUNQUENT AFTER MARCH 31st ;, I }
.ulKk( rl k 4:11. Purr .. ; :: men's Auxiliary of St. Mary's overload the liver uid other vital or- ( j
,.. ....ttaM wklrk r._>riuta P..... Howl .. .... It Episcopal church met for a business throughout the.contest and was Lauderdale to Miami Section., gaps of the body, le jhln your re. Pay Now and Avoid Penalties. '
-srna. tkt Mtowlu rrer.t' 411. .. I
K'' ., 8..4 Win. II seen talking to the 'coach, with stance! to odds and Jpher winternd Ills /
much of the
.
'WIo .... Although preliminary
1 w plleI .lo.' \ uu4 .04 Mn. Pro I. session Monday afternoon .
...... Interfering! with "Ir trtatment.Wh
U tk< k.nlnm ... ,. conversation running along the
.B M Kit Mn. M. I. it wont has been done
? the
chant when can
this you
01- Ik. Mrthi T>>. Mn. Artkivnlln. kt the parish house. Mrs.. John y take I J'J'.t
.u .100 ira line of one, or the other, trying take Calol.ab( Cab tbs thoroughly
work at hr'Sill / Mr. ..4 Mn, a.. N. ,... t5 flutes, chairman presided. Plans District Engineer pointed out L. B. EURIT
1 .Tk.. : foot of
Mmd 1. lOt every .
rt nn >k.,, Ror 1,15P.n. ((0 talk the other Into going In yet.oploaaM'ltly '
would be !
."., *.. .100 rtafctaw Mrs ... Mnv Pkll .. I were made for a series of talks many months requiredto ;Jour Intestines. awe )log out toxinIsLen r
...
Hnw *.**r *.rki .to I and the other talking trying to ode and Vlru.-
.n
the final and :
L.p. Nn. R.be K. $ complete design putrefactiveladen
Q04I ....... it on the Prayer Book by Rev Rich )111;
1Koe. i
'I'| M, Cnwq N.nN./ : .15. 5anww stay out..., you guess which? mucus enab g you to more )
to determine exactly what real
N. ard M. Fenton at the four Len ftht*cold.Nothing Tax Assessor
.. .. effectively or City
-- 55. ...... : l' I
.. UM. a.,..;. J ,.- estate must be provided for additional Ictllike grfd rf Calotabi. Use u
.anteAde' '11wa tCr4tW. 11.",_. Mrs ... Mr. M. a. II ten meeting They are scheduled JENSEN LEGION POST \
_. "_.. directed lot t at all druggist
too ..
r .. tM ........... .hr ItIU....... ..lmm. .4i ..N.... C H.I.. I for the parish house at 3 p. m. TAKES pVER TOWN HALL rlghts-of-way and spoil Jc 1 11! ,I'j,; l

d raarN.l "Ja M wWu.N. MIlO. ? Ma t4 Mn.-1\ '" -: Fett, 24 March .J, 17, and 31., treas. !The Florida Inland Navigation. rahCALOTABS : .
ho..a.r/a/ Legion: fast( was forfurniahi ,
5.p. Bn>lk The Jensen responsible
rill. N .: :
e..n.t tint's .... >gmphaals during the. Lenten
'
O. .. ... ; I sL
'.kfeuubntll..n.lt' Spill '.''Ioa_ r1Iw.: ;' .W ia.; '. I season Is on the ,Prayer Book authorized by the County BoardIn Dlstt.estate has already --- --- ';' '
Krlrnd I seslson yesterday, to take over signed up a i'I L "I
Nkim, Mr. n4 M..1.s. II throughout the church, and the
United States to wing 70 public I II Invited to 'hear this supervision of the Jensen Beach considerable number of property
ffl ,
I
I pounds of TOTAL 1'0 DATE trf ,
titlfhtttl silk wires of lectures. town hall for recreation purposes. owners.
I> made froip wood each While requirements L
these are f
CIRCUIT COURT JURY : Present at the meeting were ,
f AWARDS $7,500 Rev Fenton, Miss Matilda Fen- A Jensen Beach delegation extensive and complicated, both
headed Herbert asked 'and local I .
Oass, work
by engineering cooperation
Nell Davis won a verdict ,f ton, Mrs. Q. E: Mehlhope, Mrs.
the board to readvertlse the proposed will have advancedfar I
$1,500 damage In f elreutt court laDIes P. Burnett;' Mrs. William
ease tried her yesterday f6r fri- O': LIU, Mr*. P. W.: ColvOle, Mrs. coning of Hutchinson Island enough along during the ..t
which the board had Fiscal Year 1948 to merit
previously an ap
juries received In an automobile Horace Atwod Mra. R. H. Knapp I'I''U
approved following t propriation'and commencementof w
accident last winter. Suit was Miss Martha Jones, Mrs. John
'
/. public! hearing It.which only construction. ( n
brought by* Davis against Lena Hilton, Mrs, George McBride, (1'I .

Luttl,. et al of Hew York. JudgeAO..Kanfl Mrs.. Anne Lane, and Mr*. R. A. one citizen with ;I appeared view of to protestingthe Investigate : ItT p L.A I jl'

r preside over thllweek' Tttnley: j'
new ruling; PALMIST{
IWite 1s ready. to give sessions. RED CROSS WORKERS A. f. Krueger owner \pf the
The case pf L. F, McCarson 'old Tells Past, Present and
flew'. and the ATTEND FUND RALLY Kreuger building 'on the THE: LIGHTHOUSE.-
raga againstthe sam defendants
ini ..bey ; Mr and 'fr'. L. ,C. Travis Dixie highway, appeared to urge Future .,
need. WM eontlnued and another
Sp.P. Chairman and Secretary at Mar- action on rlghts-of-way for the Advises on Love, Marriage, C
price. will rise.{ aty against the same, brought by On County Red Cross Chapter, widening of the highway through Divorce sradl Business Affair \ /
itio. Elizabeth Irene Poteat, was dismissed SERVES
If are sick i i in troaMe
with George' Hlronlmus vice. that section of town. The board you f
by agreement of counsel. chairman of disaster; Mr*. Rich reported that the railroad officials consult her. i v '

expertly waded Wednesday's docket also IDT ard: Hupful, cochairman of the now have the matter of Sen/Ate'Roo/s for White '
1// eluded brought by the Re'glonal FOOD AT IT'S BEST ,
l It cases
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li J.
:
YOU fund campaign; Mrs, lamed H. moving the tracks, under consideration VndyColared<<
SE THE KIND OF ) Agricultural Credit Corp. i Smith, chairman of Junior Red and that l local action has Locate lIIe&t to Carolina
W. Llns S.i
against E.!: George
,
SHt plastic' Cross, and Miss Mary Shackel- been delayed pending a statement Grill Federat
bakeJit. on Highway
Cooper,John N. Peter separately. Enjoy Your Meal In A Pleasant Refined Atmosphere.. fAll I
t shellac varnish; ford executive secretary, attended by the EF.C.: railroad authorities 3 mile south of Fort PierceNOTICE ;r f
,- J
/, or combm 1atfCIII. JWANTS SUGAR TARIFFWashington West a fund Palm campaign Beach last meeting Friday at to-| ,I Food Is Under The Supervision of Our /' -

A ''coate ... I Jan. SO( (FNS) plan the annual drive In March. '

ed. so, clean.nd I Testifying!' before subcommuV Chapter from Key West to "Nationally Renowned Chef Edward Shea" ''v'

x or bak.lite fee on reciprocity Information, Melbourne\ were presented by SO ,e
dad which 1* gathering data to be members. p6
a.ed.balf .
used by the State Department In Representative or.the South' *" We have a reputation for good' food and w.* guard it carefully. / / f r Yi; +ol ef

tile and linoleum new trade agreement between eastern area office were: Allen

g a.a'lehls. the United State tat Cuba, J. Carter, regional directory R- Serving: 12 Noon Until 12 Midnight ,,

.f the best :Zubra Held representative '
John Tledtke; ekalraiM
I.id. carpeting c..' Florida Farm. Bnseau' Sugar of the fund campaign; George THE BEST OF CHOICE WHISKIES, WINES and LIQUORS "

Committee advocated a higher Costello, general- field representative CITY OCCUPATIONAL LICENSESAfter After A ,Day's Fishing You' Will Find Our' Cocktail Lounge The
cl"IIed U. 8. tariff on Cuban sugar "to of Florida, and ,<.W. W. .

deG ., Pickup assure the grower* future wel-: Irual fcrmef administrator on.j
vem.-.ic.. T.ck.' fare. the national ltatt."OUTPOST'
Carpet. cleaned ea''a1 r- February 17 a 29 per cent penalty will CENTER OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP T

ed to delinquent account: on license-
) GENERAL STORE" SAliJFISHING: AND RIVE FISHING the UGHTItOUSE'
lad polisbjag" paywnow and avoid; the penalty .
ices f XJ" '
or rent OIL FLEET't
STANDARD PRODUCTS' .. ." ., ,
IOline .KEROSENE Oil

r1l' .. c.l1 C.I11ief Cfedtt Card HoborW la

$ Cold Drinks .r'Te4.cco i V L; B. Eorit 'THE"LIGH1JioUSE
p ."" wPh. erol.wde, .e C4K** ,

,'f> r derIe D 'AJ M. le ItM. M_f Day. 'I City,Tax. Collector
...... Pre mfand' Courteous ServiceFEDXlfVAY
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...Sla$ >-1kM NO. 1 SOUTH STUART. PACKAGE GOODS .JERRY SMITH, Owmer

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I : SOCIAL r NEWS and Happenings of.the WEEK IN STUART' $ :Home: Telephoso& '1RitAlwsS IIit-W tip agi'eiit s.eletr Otflq'9



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'{ I, UBS THAYER ENTERTAINS j Little Diane La Verne Thompson Entertained 24 Future Stuart Debutantes On H.r'l DIANE THOMPSON SMILES ,balsa, one of the world lightest The hardest American toft' Burial,caskets used i
METHODIST WSCS CIRCLE Fourth Birthday Last Week At the Home of Her Grandparent, Mr. and Mrs B. 1 I AS SHE CELEBRATES HER woods, was named from the, ...00411 longleaf pine; the hard in the United States retp
The Methodist WSC3 circle I Minschke.Mr IOCRTH BIRTHDAY, JAN II I Spanish word meaning raft hardwood Is osage Orange. I 000,060 board teet of l lNair inSt.

net at the home of Mrs Herbert .

Thayer Tuesday afternoon, Mrs.J .
J. Richard reviewed the book I

"The, Fine Art of ,Using" by 1 1t : ,' Lucie County
.
t1 [
Ralph W. 'Sockman Following FAJ ,
the program, Mri Charles J
Fischer! ; chairman conducted a J FAIR
short business teuton, Mrs I. L.
Dealer was presented a birthday
cake with candles and the group .
} \ sang happy birthday to her Mrs w w Ft. Pierce J. C. Field
Evan Crary waa presented a
I bouquet of yellow calendulas .. FEBRUARY 10-11-12-13-14-15.

this being her J 19th wedding anniversary 1' -
Others present were r A d Wt O"u ring Day Feb. 10, 7:00.P.M.:

I Miss 8yrena Totten Mrs E DWells tJL r 6w .Martin County Day

: 1 Miss Mary Ames:. MrsCharles @,,} WEDNESDAy....... .... .Children's Day
{ McPherson, Mrs H, C THURSDAY.... '. .. _n Colored Children's Day

Moore MUS Cella Atwood, Mrs .. FRIDA Y..-._.,__. .. .._. .. .. .Okeechobee. County Day
tl Mary Leeson Mrs J. Y Harper. SATURDAy..... ".'_'_ .._.... Indian River County Pay
I Dr. Abbott Morton Mrs F ''M.

I Kramer Mrs. Herbert Reeves. ,. ., i i \
Mrs J. E. Taylor Mrs A. C The photographer caught
Courses, Patricia and Rebecca F this happy expression .( the
Beeves Mrs Crary Invited the little daughter of Mn. Ida
WATCHES
4.circle to meet with her on March Thompson. she cn> a huge ti =I .

birthday cake to share with "
-
i CATHOLIC LADIES ..-- 24 guests who attended a partyat u9c p JVJI.t Bulova Swiss llhnoi
I CLUB PLANS PARTYI the home of her grandparents
I The Ladles'Club of st. Joseph *. Ida Minnrhke" Thompson tandinf la rear, Is shown with her daughter and quests Mr and Mrs B. Mlnschk. eA RIN
ASSORTMENTS
I Catholic church held the monthly at a gala anniversary celebration Guests were Dentjr Godfrey, Bonnie Sue and Kay Hudson LARGE ,

meeting; Monday afternoon at Carolyn Johnson! ,.Gerilyn Mettett,Nancy and Jane Morrison, Sarah Wilson, Zola Mae and Mrs Edward Mapp, whose )
the rectory Twelve memberswere BUkeslee, Anne Maxwell Julia Shrifley, Layne Sullivan Dianne Houston, Rosemary Taylor Signet and Birthsto'THE
home Is on the south fork of the
present to make plans for Terry Lee Schreckentost Louise Triay, Florence Stimmell, Nadine Waters Jackie John,
the annual St. Valentines card son, Irrry Markel. Carol and Judy Jackson, Bunny Beugaet Diane Thompson, Mrs. W. Wa., St Lucle river,
.3 party ten Mrs Kenneth Slimtnrll Mrs Francis Beurnet, Mrs. Dan Johnson, Mrs Homer D. Bud- -, .'- THE MONTH AS SEEN IN VOG|
\ GIFT of
son. Mrs. Buddmtton Men G. Godfrey !Mrs Lydia Houston, Mn. Ray Triay Mrs E. Markel, Mr and Mrs. W, C. Armor ,
Q. CATHOLIC CHURCH Gins Jr.. Mrs Petty Peterson, and Mrs. Fannie Jackson have as their guest this week end
VALENTINE: tARO PARTY Walter B. Powell of Orlando LAPEL MOCK WATCH
''I,i The annual St Valentines\ ..:...
KRlEGERS: ENTERTAIN MENNINGERS' GUESTS and are staying at the VictoryHotel
card party for the benefit of Mr. and Mrs W C. Armor hadas
MIAMI VISITOR SEE COLOR FILMS They are relatives of
i St. Joseph Catholic church will. Mr. and Mrs Karl Krueger had Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. Men- Mrs E. H Bess, who spending their ,guests fQr three weeks With Rhinestone Dial and, Hands $3.
I f be held Tuesday evening, Feb 11 end Mr. and Mrs C.. H. Lapsley. of
their the winter here.
ai their- week guest
'
:,',, r aJ 8 o'clock, at the Woman's niece, Miss Irene Krueger of nlnger were hosts at a, Sunday r .,a. Daytona Beach. Mr Lapsley Is Earrings Match -...,<................,.......... ,I' $3.
"Club Refreshments will be served evening supper party) at their Mrs. Armor's father '
MiamI. Friday evening the Krue- Bill Rennie of Cole brook Camp (Tax Inculd
,, ,
( and there will be a door prize home on Martln'Road. Alter..up. -C-
tor the holder of the lucky ticket gers were hosts at a dinner partyat per Mr. Mennlnger showed his has as his guest his brother-in- Mr. and Mrs George Gee of : LARGE' ASSORTMENT *
which Miss Krueger and Bob law, Charles Whelan, sales man
collection Of color-pictures of Wlnston-Salem, N. C; have returned
'I MRS HORTON HOSTESS: Moseley were guestsCUB ager of the Detroit office of OF
showy flowering trees Quests! home after a visit, with
E TO PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN \\'mkANS 'Aluminum Company of"America Mr, and Mrs W C. Armor.
HAS acre Mr'and Mrs Lloyd 9 Travis
.t The fry byterlaiji Women lI.j who will.be here for six weeks 11 EXICAN and PERUVIAN JEWELRY
SEW WINDOW DRAPES:!! Mr. and Mrs IC M. Smalley,
'I !4:f a oclatlon day afternoon was entertained by Mrs F R. Hor- Twenty tables were In play Mrs P. I, Perkins. Mrs, L. E. fishing with.-e Mr. _Rennie. MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL CRYSTAL? FI'/ ED eALL WORK CUAUANTE
Wednesday afternoon at the Ashley, Mr and Mrs Kendall
ton, assisted 'by her daughter I Edgar Mr. and Mrs J:M: Stoner,who Admitted: Mrs Percy Bridges, -
;
: Woman Club benefit party Thenew Mr., and Mrs W. H. Leonard
Mrs Jack Coleman Mrs M R have lived at the Holleran'Apts Jensen; Emmett Cook; Indian-
'
1 Trimmer wa. in charge; of the I drapes paid for with the Mrs A. Tracy Martin, Dr. for the past two years, have town; Edward Hall relic, Jupiter La POINTE'SIMPORTED
money raised and the
and Mrs Howard
were up Neatl. '
program on Africa Our churchat moved Into their new home bland; Walter E. Ingersoll, Se-'
work In Africa was the subject i clubhouse: was tttracUtely l dec "Twin Palms", on St. Lucie Blvd. walls Point. Admitted and discharged -
'II orated with cut flowers, Moneyfor Guests at the home of Mr. /
and COSTUME
1 of a paper by Mrs. Ivan Tailor C'- : William Henry Vaught, JEWELRYEXPERT
prizes a double deck of cards and Mrs Samuel W. Traylor at I
I Mrs C. A. Lees presented a I Jensen; Mrs Russell Wiley Discharged
and Mr F A. Terwlllger
selection "Main Street Secondland" for each table, was donated by Port Bewail are Mrs S. W, Tray Mr. : : Frank Moller Births:' WATCH REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
the Florida Power and Light Co. lor jr.and Mrs. Mary Young of of Nantucket Mass, are at the
Mr .
Mrs Horton and Mrs and Mrs. John Pound of
France Apt., for a month itay VICTORY HOTEL BUILDING
"' Mn E. A. McnrUnger and Miss Allentown Pa.. Dr and Mrs.
Okeechobee, horn .
Trimmer reported on the Florida : son Feb. 4
a ';1\ Chain of Missions held last Ida Albracht. served punch and Lloyd. Loechel Of Columbia, Pa. -I- of _*_ 't_ .. .. ,
't'' cookies.Mr Mrs. Thomas Zimmerman of Mrs WIlUam Mather Duluth -
I week In Fort Pierce Others present -
//1-I were Mrs C A. Carrlel Mrs Frederick, Md..and W.1 Robertsof Minn., arrived Tuesday to .
t I and Mrs, Harry Pressel of Allentown. visit her mother, Mrs Alice A. '
Lilly M. Wily Mrs. E. C. Young
Detroit are house guests of Mr. ... ...:. Burrell her brother and sister-
I Miss Hazel Laird Mrs Joseph
J end Mr*, Leslie Pressel In St. Mr and Mrs O C..WhItenerand in-law Mr and Mrs Allen L.
:: freeman Mrs. W H. Bessey, Mrs Announcing '. .
Elizabeth! Kara, Mrs. Anne Mac- Lucie Estates. The two Mr. Mrs. Floyd\! Oruner of Fre- Burrell;of Palm City and her y
Pressels are cousins derlcktown. Mo., arrived Friday brother-in-law and sister Mr. r
I Powell. Mrs. William H Smith ---_. ---- p- THE .
Mrs. George Porter Mrs Blanche --- ,
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I i' Lowrey Mrs H. B. Lee Miss

,11 Annie M. Hay. i i OUR ORIGINAL ALLOTMENT OF GRAND OPENING

1 f'' LOUSE TRIAV HONORED fr .
ON FIRST BIRTHDAY .
,, Last Tuesday was the first OF THE
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birthday of Mary Louise Triay ARMY SURPLUSBUILDINGS
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Her mother, Mrs Ray Triay Invited ''pALM CLUB
14 of her little friends to
I'i help her celebrate at a party at
their home on 214 S Federal

i Highway The house was gay 6 Miles North 'of"Su'art
with pink and blue streamers -
and bright colored balloons
Favors were red paper hats and
;' j led and white baskets filled with (KNOWN TO Gl'e AS "HUTMENTS") ''on :

ekndy, Birthday cake and Ice ..-:

cream were served Mrs Triay ; : Federal No f! 1
.f was assisted by Mrs Arthur Aus- Is Exhausted, But Due To The Unanticipated DemandsIn z r Highway

burn and Mrs Oscar Myers, This We Have Secured' A .
Territory .
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CuesU were Diane Thompson + +

I \ Linda Park Ronnie Allen Smith Outcalt,Chambers Junior, Jackie Ausburn, Spinks Louise,, NEW ALioTMENTI : d4'; SATURDAY: ; FEBRUAR+ 8th


.i Chambers, Leland Jackson, ,
Bobby Berwick, Raymond Berwick :

+ Suenell Maxwell, Tommy CHOICE WHISKIES WINES and '
} LIQUORS; ,
Maxwell, Linda Bownds, Clifton I .
Bownds, Jr Mrs Emmlt Smith, FOR AN INDEFINITE NUMBER) THE NUMBER DEFENDING UPON
Mrs Ida Thompson, Mrs. Park HOW FAST WE SELL THESE BUILDINGS BEFORE THE SUPPLYIS ;

.t Chambers, Mrs Clifton Bownds, 'EXHAUSTED.. titl '5 l) V at I \
Mrs. Jack Spinks, and Mrs Cobb U 1 I Ice Cola: Battled.
I Maxwell
.... \ .Your Favorite. Mixed Drinks'., ..,.. ; Premium;; ;
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PREFABRICATED '. ., .; eers
tI.t ..,*'.!*>%">.
,', ICYPRESSmmm All wood construction, pine floors, novelty siding, .' '' .' :. f '

/ hip roof' 90 'pound rolled roofing, slated, 6 win* i "

'1'J/ dows, screen. *, 1 door.. $195.00 loaded on truck. .. f C ORCH.ES'TRA'' '' : '

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,,1 G/or An 'f'o' these b !dings, Delivered, ready assemble. in 16 : Door ;Prizes \

80AT E ft. sectiqps and can be quickly erected Call us for '
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Located' At John' Taylor Heal" Estate. Office THE ; P LM. 'CLUB

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IDL STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin. County, FLORIDA, TUESDAY n":. ii, .IftJ lAG SEVCM: } **



IbCIAL NEWS and Happenings' of' "the WEEK IN STUART )M'-MRS Itenti office FRANCES for this before paper a noon SMITH moat oa ,reach Society tbr'Editor..'''': W.'tj.1; I :' .


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6UTCH TREAT CLUB Mrs Catherine;: Prasse of Clnrinnall -,week Miss Helen Clark and Mr. Mr, and Mrs W. C. Armor had '1 f t/

: HAS' BRIDGE GAME CHAMBER" OF COMMERCEor ha extended her visit and Mrs. C. O Bullock of Ashe- as their guests last week end \ 'l' :!'-.
j The Dutch treat club held Its THE' until April She I V accompaniedby vllle, N. C. + +
I' John Reevel and C. Eaddy of \1 : ):
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weekly lifticheon at Tommy's UNITED STATES OF AMERICA her nephew Max O Outhlln, ,.1 \ 1
; Thursday', followed by bridge of Douglas and Cheyenne, Mr. and Mrs Rogan and grandson Spartanburg, S C.. and HarryJones '

,JAMES swF game at the Civic Center PlayIng WASHINGTON, Wyoming Mr and Mrs Adolph have come'from Chicago fora of Fort Lauderdale. They I, ( "1.1. 'i
were Mrs. Conrad Albracht a \:> rrr\ ', Heman, who came with Mrs. .month. were here to fish, and with Mr .,
Mrs Stanley,Hitching, Mrs Jim ,fl'i' \ Prasse from Cincinnati, will also -a Armor and Dannie Morehouse : s

Kennedy, Mrs Howard Neall, J Owa.Nli.r, ': I January 1Sr 1947 stay until\ April. Harry Webb of the Martin of Jensen as guides, had very I I .,
t arc odds Mrs R. .0. Judson Mrs Paul loMMawciA +or rN..rMtnt ",' ". .... Ii' '
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aM a. LAW..c. M.Nroaw a County high school faculty is good; luck as evidenced by the : 'f'
Hoenshel, Mrs. L. E.: Ashley, Mrs: ;:' ; Coach Taylor of Hartford making his home at the hotel. fillets In dry ice they took home, it"FOOD" /
R ERICK PORTER H, M. Klelfeld High scores "were : _. .l ."
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"" Conn, will be I
Joined Friday by
Foot S cialistRoo made by Mrs Hoenshel and Mrs. I ; ir.I
204nrise Kennedy, Mrs. Taylor, who will come from .
T atr. Bldg.TICE ,, \ I ', .. I I Hartford for a months visit
Nr. R. 9. Kraft, )llnneg.rs'( :.;.\ a e t ,,1 ,"
tECOND BLNbrlT r .
PARTY A SUCCESS \ ,":",, Martin County Charter of'1 Cosr,erc' \ ...;" Mrs, Ethel Tinder of Indian' ',".,.

The second In a series of benefit ,' 1 ;. '\' Stuart..t.Tlotida I\,.\ ,:: r" \ ., it apolla will be at the hotel for m m m m m m THAT'S TEMPTING i ;
games parties sponsored by :"''c} ', ", '. \, -, '" lF" ,?F r't r dm"rA al,Ir,{ r n_,! the remainder of.the season 1\I .
Is Alnferm the public 8t, Mary' chapter of the Women' ( '", Bear Mr. Kraft! J: .\. d ,I, ry .r Mr. Hoyt Holland of Bronxtllle m m umm> m m m THAT'S DELICIOUS (,1 ; n
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N. Y.. Is at the hotel for a j
lamer associated ,
i a w> Auxiliary of St Mary'sEpiscopal mmwmmmmm THAT'S ECONOMICAL:
1 wdrilling .uslneas with ..' .. I think 'Martin County Florida -. r"'rI\1\ months visit ,
church drew, an en. .. ;. .. : m"k', *) ..* ; 'i ,,!
fane*, hat/am new de thusiastlc group of players FrI- AT

iness associated with day at the parish house. Prizes ..' .. ,, Kanchlng: and Industry". It a very good; booklet.: I like':; ?., 'I' M, V. Dunavant of Lakeland,
k tlpsoa as the CUM of were awarded to Mrs O E. '. who ha* been at the hotel since : '

Lrlei Mayes and Jack Glpson, MehIhope, Mrs Robert Martin i. ,""the -11011 use' photographs te .tlnul te reading, the text./ Dec. t, has as his guests for dREAL "THE BLUE GOOSE"I'i I } 'I;

III Drilling Sit IE. Fe St- Mrs. Robert 0. Judson, Mrs. 4i* ti ,,1\t t t I I

(the garage-apartm*!! one Ethel Roberts, Mrs J. C. Han ,I. ,.' ', '.'unfortunate that so few chamber 'managers: / use this '
|r west of Or. Park/'s office cock 'and Mrs Franklin Rue; /. : iiI' ... When 'Your Appetite la Keen and You Want A I Jf(

CHAR /S HAYES Refreshments were served by the :'\; hohnh, i ; Hearty Satisfying Meal, This ii the Place to Come ;. j i.

hostesses, Mrs, Horace Atwood 1 rGj Our MealsAre Carefully Prepared I : I
and Mrs R. A. Tunley, I .: ;E ; You Get CourljgJeTs, Attentive Service and Prices ;,. '
".. ,Beet of luck' :, on.,,stir' membership, ', campaign! ESTATE'Investor Are Reasonably j'

MRS. SHACKELFORD '\ fa I hope you:will .let us !know .how It Urnj out. : I' -I.
IN'SHAS MARKS SJTH BIRTHDAY ., \ LOW ] ,
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Mrj B. C. Shackelford received ;:i. .: ; '
: Cordially yours, '
good wishes and congratulations ..y t ? e ..;
Monday on the occasionof S.I'I< I'';", "I. YOUR FAVORITE DRINK AS YOU LIKE IT \ ,:
tJ/ ,
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XWELL, her 89th birthday, Monday '.1 "1iW: ,: .t"" ,; \ C.- lL<. .
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evening a large group of her .,... "J : TRID2RIC" OILLEH Assistant "By Johnny"BEER .t t
ext to di PSlorePHO friends gathered at her home to ": : nts

surprise her with an Informal .' > Commercial Organliatlon Department LIQUORS and WINES : : ': ,,1/, .
party Among the array of gifts Liit/jf .
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Sales and
and white Throughout ICE COLD PREMIUM BEERS I j /
was a pink birthday
cake with It candles, which the 983/1467 Marti County PACKAGE GOODS CEO CASPER, Owner : I .

honoree cut and served, .. Ir
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Be TILTON '
MAKE IT A PRACTICE TO EAT HERE I
EVANS CRARf, JR., ATLANTIC COURT ,
ART BAPTIST GIRLS I Sissy Gets ReadyWINTER I
!MEET AT CHURCH MARKS BIRTHDAY ARRIVALS Krueger Building OPEN DAILY 10:00: A. M. TILL It30 A. M. \
MMISSIONRegu
CITY
The Alda Orayson O. A.', met Senftbr<< and Mrs Evans Crary I Recent arrivals at the Atlantic I
Except Sunday
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r Meetings Monday afternoon at the Baptist will spend ibis week end In Jack I Court Apartments Include Mr I i

'P.M., annex. Taking part on the sonville with their Jons, Evans, and Mrs. Ernest Smith, East Home Phone 158.M 3 Miles North of Stuart on Fed. Hi-Way ,, "j)
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program Were Joyce. Edenfleld, Lansing Mich, Mr. and Mrs H ... .;
2 and 4thWE jr and buddy, students at Bolles Ii' 1I 1/\/\
Isabel Mathers Joyce Harrell, C. Stevenson, Bellefontalne\ .
E3DAYSStu Pam Cross. Jollne Klckllter, and School They are going especially i Ohio, Mr. and Mrs Harold Forbes ,

City Hall Zola Mae Blakeslee. Others present for a,. family celebration of \ Riverhead, L. I, and Mr.
were Georgia Evans, Betty Evans, )Jr"'.: 17th birthday and I and Mrs. J. Corcoran, Evanston,I

Woods, Patty Luckey, Patty their own wedding anniversary,! Ill.. Mr. and Mrs. 8 Schoon- Sterling Silver '
ublic Iways Welcom. Berry, Mary Loyce Campbell, w 1 maker and family\ of Speculator,
which
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was Tuesday
Jane and Nancy Morrison. Betsy I N. y, Mr ind Mrs W. Kerper,

Barr, Muncy Boyd Janet Single, g t try I I Ocean City, N. I.,'Dr. and Mrs Alvin' ''
and the leaders, Mrs. J. P. LEACHES HONOR I I E. K. Lawson Harrisburg, Pa. By I I ,, H

Blakeslee and Mrs. L. C. KIck- HOUSE GUESTS Mrs Ida'Black' ,Toronto, Canada, SOLID STERLING SILVER: ', .,:,",
A. Stafford liter. "After the meeting, refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaford Ransom -: and Mri O. Oasper, Detroit, "" ,

were served teach were hosts at a dinner 1 ; :. '" I ," '" If
Registered party Saturday evening at: ] STUART HOTEL 8 'Rom ntique PATTERN :
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Civil: 'Engineer WINTER RESIDENT Ihefr home on the Indian River,I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stats' of i
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Bewails Point. Quests of honor Astoria N. Y are back at the A Classic Among Fashions I '

And Orville Amsden of Cuba, N Y., were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H.I I Stuart hotel for a second visit Smarted Sterling Patterns
who with Mrs Amsden Is spending of Clearmont and Mr.
Land Surnfror the winter at the Atlantic Woodruff I of the season A 36-Piece Service For Six ,- $148.50 '
and Mrs C. V.Wise of Columbus I e .
Stuart, FIoRda Court Apartments was guest of Ohio. HAVEN, FLA.-tittle Mr. and Mrs. O P. Semler will (Tax Included) + r I uI

I honor at a birthday party In the --- 1 Sissy MacCalla Is getting ready I leave Tuesday for their home in "
Pbone I 1 new sun room of the Atlantic CAPT. SAUNDERS HONORED for the Biggest Grapefruit Contestat ( Cincinnati after a visit at the CHEST "' .rM
Court Saturday evening Games AT BIRTHDAY PARTY the Florida Citrus Exposition I I hotel. THE "ESTATE" I .
here 17-22 and she certainly
and refreshments were enjoyed February _
Capt. and' Mrs H. McKUlup e' )
by the guests Mr. Amsden cut were hosts at a party Jan. 33 at has two armaful of grapefruit T. L. Bates New York, Ordrle A SILVER CHEST LINED WITH I 1

and served a large birthday cake their home In the Virginia Apartments I Seaman, HarUdale, N, Y., and f '

Exp t while guests sang the birthday honoring Capt H. Walter GARDEN CLUB BOARD I R;E.: Healy, Madison N J. guestsat PACIFIC !

song ; Saunders on his birthday. Pres- TO MEET FRIDAY the hotel, have rented Capt.. ,
Watch R' airing C. ent here Mr. and Mrs Miles I Whltlcar boat for a week flsning ;
'The executive board of the SILVER CLOTH 1
BIRTHDAY TEA Cary,Mr. and Mrs Bergun. Cap They have just come up from ,
HONORS MRS. BROWN and, Mrs. George Schnell Mr Garden Club of Stuart will meet Miami, where Bates' 8 ft. 7'i-ln
mg Tor Wit T. My Home Mrs. Bowen Brown was hon- and Mrs: William A. Roberts, Mr. at'11 a. m. at the home of Mrs:I sailfish\ took a prize in the Miami ABSOLUTELY PREVENTS TARNISHI' '' y

t is'West rd:Street, ored at a birthday tea 'given and Mrs. T. Grant George Sch- Curtis Whltlcar at Port Bewail I tournament. PERFECTION EVEN TO THE LINING I

Wednesday afternoon in the new. nell\ sr. and Capt. and Mrs Mrs. R. M. DozIer and Mrs. Henry e- SI 8.50 ,
hat H Jackson tun room.of the,Atlantic Court Launders and Ridge V
Mr Mrs. Howard,
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Apartments. Guests were Mrs Rains are co-hostesses A covered I U Chicago are spending a monthat ...;.. M(No Tax) ,3

K. Diamond, Mrs. ]:. Dolph, Mrs FETER BARK, LILAM1 dish luncheon will be served. the hotel.

W. Paget, Mrs J. Paget Mr, B. JOHNS SHARE BIRTHDAY -a- .1

TlUman Jimmy Diamond. Val. Peter Barr was 13 last Friday, GULKINS-LUNDY Mr and Mrs, Mike Caspafella C. & E. WALKER Jewelers
more Brown, and Buddy Till- end Leland Johns, was 12 the BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED: :i' of Spring Port, Mich. are guestsat
man. same day. To celebrate the occasion Mr. .and Mrs. Nathan Oulkls, the hotel ,

Si EDWARD MAPP"HOMK the boys had a Joint birth- former owners of the.Stuart 5 '-5- OSCEOLA AVE.' STUART, FLORIDA '

U FE SCENE OF PICNICMr. day' party Saturday afternoon and'10, have announced the engagement Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zemins
4t the Johns' home on Osceola of Pawson Park, Branford, Conn.ar. .
and Mrs Edward Mapp of -their daughter,
66 STAR UEOINUT Av: Following games,refresh spending six weeks at the
were hosts at a picnic Sunday Sandra, ,to Jerome Lundy of
Nn. the ments were served, featured by hotel. Mrs. Zemlna la a sister of
home
at their on
afternoon river. two birthday cakes and favors. Miami Beach. The betrothal was Mrs C: D. McQuadb. Their son,
south fork of the St. Lucie
Then the hosts took their guests revealed at an Informal'dinner Harry Zemlna and. his bride ,
Guests, who arrived aboard the
wla wl TWw,. 1 w M'. Lloyd Travis' boat, Culalla, were to the movies. I Those presentwere party attended by the following came down on a honeymoon trip BESS HARDWARE CO. + ;
tntt\ Florence Meggett, Isabel on'thelr new 58-foot\ boat, The h
Mr.and Mrs.Travis,Mr. Mrs. out-of-town guests, MM Jennie;
Mathls, Jane Morrison, Betsy Angler, which they left here for .
James Fyfe Mr and Mrs Joe Oujkla, Miss Oulkls, Mr;
Dorothy I
Barr,Jollne Klckllter,Van Smith. his parents when they retunredto L
Lane, Bob Watson, Dr and Mrs. WHERE FISHING BEGINS !
Bobby Shrlgley, Dale Hudson, and Mrs. H. L: Schachter, Mrs.Moe Connecticut Saturday. Friday ,
were
Combe 'They .
C.
Frank
MIddleton Arbogast Benny Fulton Smith,.Mrs..Max Lent, Mrs U a special day for the Zemlna 11 e i
'Mr. and Mrs George
Joined by '
Ray Edenfleld, Jimmy Anthony Mandelbaum, and Mrs Lundy. -their 82nd wedding anniversary 1e
In their
Hlronlmus who came "
Eddle'Leek. I Open house will be held in honor and their Joint birthday. HARDWAJlf REFRIGERATION
A boat. .. I.j [
-- --.j.jr of the bride-to-be Feb. 16, They will be honored at a dinner

I M,d1Z ST. Lt'CIE: HOTEL-NOTES from. 3-6 p. m, party in the hotel dining: room. HOUSEHOLD< GOODS ELECTRIC '.e

Bact for another season at the C I'
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St. Lucle are Dr. and Mr*. H. M LITTLE PLUMBEfV SPORTING GOODS TACKLE j

V Mr.
Canter of Harrtsonburg LUMBER
and Mrs: Seth! Lewis 'arrived
Saturday from Athens, Ohio, for {WE 1E TM!JOB '
Mr. aN'tanltst+tifMY Paints and Oils! and Marine Hardware
AsrlMy } the remainder of the season o IsItJHT ::? and' I
wotvc .
end Mr*. Charlea U macho of Ih
n1V[! TI a Columbus Ohio, are guests at h
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Tort, eiFLO Vie hotel..A fishing party that Building'Materials Fiahmg'Tackle, Repair Parts and Sel'YicaKELVINATOR
arrived Monday. consisted of
b Howard( M.Jones Harry Hatlltt,
ABS and Jack: Edward" all of Colum- p

bus. Also from ,Columbia,i Mr I
are more plentiful.
JIM
ITUAI't and Mrs. Norman Altman arrived and 'CROSLEY '

;, Monday. for an IndefiniteARNOLD Y

stay( We'May+ Have What You NeedFor ,

,That New Home Be Sure to'See U.

.Mus -- a. s.. Us For $ XL SHRIGJLEY Mgr.East' APPLIANCES and' SERVICEOn

:4... Repairs and ,
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IUYC PLUMBING Coast ,Lumber

J P.ri.. METAL WQRKWVHHCE.noi
the Air Daily 5:45: P. M.

; /1. i & Supply Co.

BAUER w .' *- "t I li-C- '' 1.80X S -.6. : : _: Day'Pbon' .s"38'and'21 ti -kite <<-R"1 foxN:

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I i PAOIIIOIIT THE STVART NEWS 1111&RT.. Martin C.utJ.n.o&IDA THURSDAY- FI8. R 1947

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1 rimnmftnnK.miiimitnniinmiiiin., : he has made, In many respect; FLORIDA BOASTS feet located Dear firooksrUl WANT i tITetTboueeads '

STUART ,'city of world prominent [HEALTH BOARDREPORTS TREE CHAMPIONS" Tallest mahogany (37 feet) ot war surras "LISTEN'WIR'
Ernest Lyons ha don more located near MlasnL. simulate
:!Florida has seven tret champ- Urge Hies whisk will
J : and What it Needs I'I and received' less than ant per- PLANS Ions Thickest laurel (It feet In ctr- airplanes In' maneuverabilityhave : 1400 ON YOU DIAL ,

ton In Martin count for his This was announced by the esmferessc.located In. ;Highlands :' been' placed on sal according 8l4S .,8 00 A. M.- "Strictly Personal" ,.
w a By KENNETH STIMMELfIIIIiI11111ti1H11111t111t1111111111111111M1111 I faith in his fellow men and the American Forestry association, Hammock, to Joe Oeborn, regional Monday and Wednesday
:, 'progress' of the,county Ernest FOR EXPANSION which has just completed a six. Tallest royal palm tree ((95 Presented* byt Stuart Hotel, LaPointe JewtlnMafdaleoa
: I I feet) located at Collier Seminole price director for War Asset .
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Among the smaller duties of I',has done much to advertise this year survey of the nation to locate I MaloneV A.... .
Florida.
State at Naples. Administration in / The
life, 'e know of none more 1mportant the largest living specimens: park lll3O t* H.4* ..jfcMait Martin County'
;; than that of giving!I county and city He Is i (P'Ndll-The) State Board of of the nation trees. price I 11 $2.65 each In I lots of New B etes from "Hme"
praise where due :Reputation. is i sible! for the respon-I Health. expect to examine 35 The champions are: I 40,000 QUAILTO oer50/ and $271 each In lots lilt te l 30 Mea f, Wednesday, Thursday, F'
one of the prize for which men ,vertising medium of our per cent of the adult population Tallest cypress (128( feet) located -i BE ,RELEASED under 750.Orden \ "Crosby Sings"
contend, labor of Florida for tuberculosis: of the near Sanford.It 1 11 estimated :
producing more ber of Commerce He lyi fowetl Furniture Co. Little
with checks payable to Presented } ,
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.,.and! more talent than twice.the ed with every organization in 1U lungs annually and will appealto to be S,500 year old, hu a i I th: 4n:1: ; -releasedin Forty the Treasurer of the tfnlted Shop ft.** Blue Gooee Wiley Motor Co.
wealth of a country. Praise la the,programs and functions He has the 1947 legislature for funds circumference of 41 feet measured Sil5 Si30 .
Tuesday.'Mask
to
'coin of genius. and It li the duty|I achieved great admiration from to carry on follow-up work on' four and a half feet from the I Florida,this year In a state States should be'add.c1 to For Listening"
cf tit men to bestow It upon the sports world.His accomplishment cases of the disease discovered ground I game and fresh water fish com- tin Aircraft Component Sale
those who deserve. It.f In reviving and keeping In the surveyIn I Biggest strangling fig (80)) ft i mission restocking program. Division WAS, 425 Second St., Presented byi/ C. B Arbogast
Fraise of.en,follows truth afar I alive the Interest of the Stuart the current Issue of Florida, 1 located at Matheson Hammocknear I The birds, hipped he.from N. W, Washington 25, D. a EVERY DAY ALL DAY ITS
r. .. 6ft and only overtake her at Sailfish Club' are uncountable. Health. Notes the agency reports Miami It has a circumference Mexico will ge freed next month ,
when close
hunting season U WIRA
the grave. After a good man I These and many other notable acquisition: of three mobile X-II of 18 feet and a spread of ,
the state's, five conservation districts frig season. They will be banded
lei, his friend gather to pay I I thIngs have been carried by ray units and says It plans to $0 feet. ,
Each district will with metal
receive strips bearing a re-
1400 On Your Di.1Fol'
MM homage Great monument Ernest, 'without monetary re- Install permanent equipment
survey I
Thickest tamarind (eight: feet
\ 1,000 that hunters the
quail quest
notify
)i of stone and steel are erected In I numeration Ernest Lyons can In Tampa, Miami and on in circumference) located at Key The birds, which cost $8000. ,commlslson when one Is shot. J the Best .la Entertatainet
1 Ms memory Portrait are hung j truthfully be noted as a man' of the hospital ship at Jactaonville.1 Largo are expected to multiply considerably : The agency released 18J50 I T. G. Sclsreckewgosi, ,Martin County Rep.,
In historical places. Better to be untiring efforts to bring his city "It Is expected ,
many Phone 126-W _
j Tallest Southern magnolia ((110 before the next hunt quail In the state last year ;:
pralacd: while In this land of the ,and county before the eye of a* 500,000 X-ray a year can,be I I
\ 1 Wing, arid to enjoy the benevol- ,the every man and women In the done with these unit /If we have
::1. <, ant thought of your fellow man, country This Writer extends to the full cooperation\ of the communities
Man. desire to accomplish la j Ernest his hand In thanks for 'where surveys are being -
unlimited' ,When the small things what he has done to make his performed," Dr. C. )I. Sharp
tie doe are praised A little I city a'swell place to live. He has director of the bureau of ,tuberulosls -
waise brings out the good that I given much We owe him a control said. 12 BIG DAYS 12.
I' fn him A sneer of contempt great deal Dr. Sharp reported the X-ray
!awl jealousy oft times chills\ his units could handle as many:a*
ardor to excel It is not flattery WANTS! STATE TAX BODY 150 persons an hour at a cost of
i to give a man due praise but the Dan Mccarty, former. house about 25 cents an individual An
I 1, duty of a friend. 'speaker and mentioned as a experienced observer can check .
I There is a man in our city, possible candidate for Governorin some 350 chest film per hour. ,FREE SPIRITUAL FOQD ,
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who for the past three weeks 1948, advocated' a state tax
.. has been. ill to the point of being ommlslson as a means of elim- VETS' SURVIVORSARE
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away from his job and friends !- inating "unequal payment. of ELIGIBLE FOR ,
away from hi iS city which 'taxes In Florida" SSA INSURANCEUnder FREE

the 1946 Amendment' ,
10 the Social Security Act, Survivors ..
\: : of World War II veterans FREE "
Stuart Ball Park who died prior! to August 10
i 1946 have until February. 10. 147
to file claims for old-age and ',, -
;1 .. One Night Only survivors Insurance without losIng ; "
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benefits, R C. Oehrken Jr.. 1
Manager of the 'of the West )

:, Tuesday -iFelyuaryl Social palm announced' Beach Security today field,Administration office of the ;rti1 POWFJFUL( :


1 Monthly benefits are retroactive "
: : to the month of the deathof '
a veteran if it occurred priorto .
I ; August 10. 1946 and If the survivors OSITIVE
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file a claim before midnight ,
60th ANNUAL TOUR
of February 10, 1947
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THE EVERLASTING SUCCESS Survivors of all World War II
,veterans who have died on. or
ORIGINALSilas after August 10, 1948 and within
three years after being discharged PREACHING.Dr.
t Green from' New Orleans from military service are also .
urged to contact the West Palm

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whether the veteran ever hada
ifr ALWAYS! A GOOD CLEAN SHOW I Social Security Card or whether -

i:;:. LARGEST: BEST EQUIPPED AND MOST heaver by the worked Social Security on a Job covered Act-,

tl FAVORABLY KNOWN SHOW OF ITS his survivors may be eligible for
\ KIND ON EARTH I I old-age and survivors Insurance D.
!' Wiley Ogletree :
POSITIVELY! ALL NEW THIS YEAR
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I Florida pata Mnc: noted tor Woodi litter holdi water, prevent : iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHuiiiiiiiii/ lei Present were Mn J A Stock. of s.rdinllallied with Napo- I I slices bacon (optional.! !),

heir landscape value, are !flowed : *' runoff shades; the rooks: SALERNO NEWS ley, Mrs Ida Bereaford of Canton neon HI pf.France, fought the Remove akin from fllleU and BRANFORD and SUTTON GARAGE ;

for lumber, : Palmwood ,Is and has great fertilizer value A Ohio, Mrs Leon Qwyer. Mn Austrian army of the young Em!: cut Into serving size portions GULF GAS and LUBRICANTSCAR
Id 1 to be proof agatpst\ tire and ton of kmgleaf pine needle contains -! By !MRS O. D. QC1GLEYAiiiiiuuiiMiimiiiiuimiiiiiuuiiiiiiiii Jack Baunderson, Mrs. Charles '
peror Frani Joseph Place a.tmall,ball of stuffing on REPAIRING
bard u --leak. 2] pound of nitrogenRAY'S \ / / Conrad sr.. and Mn John Anderson a.
I Two French army surgeons each piece of flah. Roll fish i
On January 28 the Young Pea' of Salerno Shores. Mrs WASH POLISHCour an BRICATION ,
pie*Society ot the Salerno Methodist J. A. Stockley won first prize. fainted from exhaustion after around Huffing and fasten with us, crest Service : I. '

Church served t delicious After the games refreshments performing seemingly endless toothpick Place foil on a well PEN I t t
LUNCH BAR were served by the hostesses amputation, before the use of l ,
supper In the vestry of the treated rack. In a baking pan 7:00 A. M. frrTSiOO P. M.-7 Days A Week l" j
Mrs Chandler and Mn SmIth. anaesthetic In another lector
; church. Mrs. Fred Pedersen. was" Brush tops with melted fat and
SANDWICHES. COFFEE HOMEMADE PIES In charge of the supper LaterIn Mary Lou White ,entertainedwith vineyards were cluttered with lay 'Vi slice bacon on top of each BRANFORD and SUTTON, Owners 'e
the evening the group was entertained a party on her fifteenth wrecked equipment, strewn with Sprinkle with salt and pepper. JENSEN BEACH b i,
bOTTLED BEER by a musical program, birthday Wednesday evening at latter of the brilliant uniform\ Bake U moderate oven, 350 degrees ..

Open Till 1130 A. M. Every Night With Mri Gladys Perry In charge. her home. Games were played of that day.Dunant F about 30 to 40 minutes '
Mr D. L Frazier who la hew to and, refreshments were served then enlisted a number depending on size Remove care I'I'I I

Drop In For That Lat /Hour: Snack Salerno this winter entertainedby to Evelyn ,and Donald Terry, of local women four Eng fully to a hot platter. take out Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum "
Jesse Quigley, Mildred Stiller Itch tourist. an ex-naval officer ,
painting several pictureswhich fastenings,, garnish and serve
Federal Highway,: i_ Oppositf "Ed's" Fruit Stand were beautiful scene Betty Gray. Helen Barbas, Ruth and an Italian priest to nurse hot, \ and i f \

RAY BERWICK/Owner They were later auctioned off. and Mae Smith, foe Brown, the wounded and distribute. supplies Stuffing Alphal Tile Flooring I.

The proceeds of the sale was put Jackie Thompson, Henry Crane, .* 1 qt bread crumbs 14 cups, Fancy Desig Work Our SpecialtyFor 'I
aside to start building fund for Sam Whittle Jane Baldwin, Lei- The workers, following Dun- 3 tablespoons finely chopped Reitaurant 7'flars, Homes, Etc.: I '
future remodeling of the church, lie McGee, Bobby Harrel; Jack ant* example showed the same oalon Will Install Anywhere e For .Estimates Phone I

DO-NUTS The Young Peoples Society Arnold Robert .Jones. William kindness to everyone, after repeating cup celery finely cut To Fi t
plans a year of much actlvl.yIU Baker, David Richardson, ,and "Tuttl FratclH1 "All 1 teaspoon thyme or savory
Tasty, DeliciousTr ambition Is to' realize a sizeable James Maxwell. are Brothers." seasoningS STUART TILE &. LINOLEUMStuart

| Some With Your building fund by the end Mr and Mrs Edward Harrod Today nearly 100 year later tablespoons melted butter
of the year Us motto Is "Be ye have as their house! guest Mr. Jted Cross nurse are continuingthe '4 teaspoon salt Fla, Phone 9157
rlornmg Coffee doers of the Word and not,hearers Edmund Wagert of Red Hook, proud tradition} ''of service, % ,teaspoon pepper
only. New York. established even before Red t tablespoon lemon Juice i
)'1 ,, CAKES, ROLLS Under Its able group of officers Mr, J. Paul Corcoran of Rhine- Cross wo organized. They may Cook the celery and onion for Ilwrk.wi r

Baked Daily who' are Rosemary Stevenson beck New York was Sunday say of themselves and those who a few minutes In the butter, Mix
President; Milton Carlton, guest of Mr. and Mr: Roy E.: have gone before "TutU sorellT other Ingredients and add to the : t "
Hand Pastry Vice President; Vallie Belle De- Decker: -'All are sisters'". butter mixture. enlsit: I -, ly Joe Ma .hl
Pantry Shop Loach Secretary: 0111 Erickson, Mr and Mn !Herbert Decker ,

Bldg. | J Akron & 2nd St. Treasurer. had as their Sunday guest Mr.
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Beer The Society plans to offer Salerno Robert Bradley of Fort Pierce, Home LOYAL ORDER F -J Lem's Dogs vs '
as well as the, church much r Mr. and Mrs Herbert Decker I MOOSE
to look forward' to. and Mr. and Mrs T, V. D. Budd Demonstration STUART MEETS LODGE S 00 P. ; \ ad's Chickens
THE STEAK HOUSE February 4 after the business entertained at dinner Wednesday '.t Md Sri 1240f
evening January 28 at the Notes EACH MONTH
meeting the group will go on a Woodman Hall N
3 Miles outh of Stuart Fed. Hi-Way hayride. Each Tuesday evening home of Mr, and Mrs. Edward I By MISS LUCILE INSCOE Stuart Fla. t Running Vwnpsper lii get '.t Andy Batkln's Garden Tavern 1 ''t
following new and novel enter- Harrod, Other guests were Mr. to know a lot .ut h s.lsr..over a friendly glass of beer I
STEAK CflCKEN and SEAFOOD DINNERS tainment Is planned. and Mrs Roy E. Decker, Salerno The In Which fish Thai Phipplwa RTth* other From where I sit, anyone csn
PLATE lUNCHES f SANDWICHES One evening movies are to be Shores Mrs Julia Dagert Mr. may be many prepared ways and served day, all burned o) sated me to god something la Mi neighbor to j ,t

Beel Wines aid Soft Drinks produced and shown localtalent, J. Allison Quick of Rhlnebeck makes It possible for the home. The Florid. imesn run an item en how Lem Martin complain about (Some folks' may ;
used. At another an old fashioned New York. maker to have It frequently n dog bad raided hit chickens again, tr..n,diufreo with Tb.d s right t- I' y
GAS, Oik TIRE and AUTO REPAIR concert and, on .February 25 "A Mr and Mr. Oscar Mullins without the family and ought to be put away by law njoy) that glass of beer with Urn!),

Opt* 7 A. Mt|to 3 iDO A. M. Hill Billy'Jamboree" Is planned Mr, drew E, A. DeLoath were petite to Causing become Jaded. Frying ap- Dependable Paper Service I told him: "Lem I was la onSaturday. But where. would we be If ever I I I
callers Palm BeachSaturday tried t hart law passedttilnit '
boll a
with a Hill Billy Orchestra, anda Said shouldat be>
U Dunning, Owner has long been a favorite methodfor Low Rates yon .] "
play to be! given, This affair cooking fish. but other meth- Stuart Jensen Salerno allowed\ to keep those chicken so everything they disagreed '
will be The FFA boys who will attend reddential ? W* wouldn't have.Buny. 1
staged at the' school ods have become popular until Port Sewall Palm City close to bis hous.d la a with .-
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house and further the State Fair In Tampa Saturday that"
details will be almost every family has its For Home Delivery nose, at
In later publication\ are Jesse Quigley,Joe Brown Thad shuts right pronto I'
Card
favorite fish recipe. drop a : to : up '
MO' 0. SWAY It will be an event to look for. Donald and Jordan Terry, Jack There are so many methqds of then And that very evening I see '
R. E. L'HEUREUX t
ward to and a date/ : to keep In te Thompson and Sam Whittle.Mr. cooking fish and so saucesto I him making his peace with Lem d
SWAY SQOEAKS AWAYCars reserve: Refreshments will be Shelby McCulley (step son) many Distributor I, 'I
serve with It that It Is Inter Palm ; I'Copytig141947
Lubricate*While In A Swaying Motion served< week and there will be a monthly Earle on his 70th birthday Saturday !
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NO XTRA different fish dishes and see just .
CHARGED suppr, The public Is cordially Invited with a birthday cake and which sauce the family prefers.Stuffed 1'
Car Washed nd Polished, Tire Repair to each and an of these Ice cream at his home Mr, Earle fish is an old stand- ;

WE CALL FOR ND DELIVER YOUR CAR affairs. The proceeds of all work also received a telegram ,from by too. Even fillets may be
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will be to swell the building fund his daughter Edith who U In AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
stuffed and baked
Try his
StUART SERVICE STATION for the Methodist Church Maryvllle College; also! a 'card recipe: : { a

W. X Rein Phone 9144 from his son, Major Wallace. V
Mr. and M-; : C. FeUner I of S. Army and family of Washington Baked Stuffed Filletsi .

: Erie, Pa, are here In their trailer D. C. Mr Earle came to Ibs fillets WATER HEATERS !
for the winter with Mr and Mrs Stuart In '1912: from Graham. 1 teaspon salt : :'i t

WE H&V1 ALL KINDS OF C. L Mooney. Kentucky He spent seven yeanIn 1-8 teaspoon pepper
Yt cup melted butter fir other
Mr. and Mn George Bereaford '
Stuart after which he i1 /
cameto '
JELLY A TO MARMALADESMAN' left Sunday for their home In Salerno In 19U In 1920 Mr, _.----I.t--fatSTUART "' IN STOCK I''' "
{NEW NOVELTIES Canton Ohio, after spending the I Earl!: went In the grocery business I'i I
WE AUO SHIP FRUIT winter In| the Qeorge Mooney and spent 22 years About WELL DRILLING i :
cottage. two yean' ago be sold out to Mr. Quick Setae*. We try to SMITHWAY GLASS LINED I r ,
NYW EREEd's Mn Mary Chandler and Mn and Mrs. P. O. Smith. please you'\lnquire at 349 ;"

Emma B Smith entertained witha Mr. and Mn W. ,S. Earle have W., 6th St. 1'. O. Box 1048.
Fruits and Novelty Shop pinochle party Tuesday afternoon as their house guests Mr. and Stuart, Florida WESTINGHOUSE HOT POINT i i
at the home.of Mrs Chand- Mrs Warren Oscar and daughter SYDNEY JONES 'I, .
GARLAND EDENFIELD, Owner ............--
Diane of Stanford, Connecticut '
Corner 2nd S| At Federal Highway QUOTE this week. Mr. Oscar la the erand-j 30 50 80 GALLONS CAPACITY 1' : ,: 'I:'
: Don of A. P. HIbbler ror=F-As'ff
4 OF THE'WEEK"I ; : : here for yean,. and died 15 yean J ; ; ':
> ago., ALSO 72 GALLONS STAINLESS STEEL 1j;
Mrs Ed< Johnson returned MUSCULARKELEF PAl I N '
hire a weakness for helping week ; loJd '!
FO EXPERT home I last after two weeksIn ..
people.S. C. terry, lndranePofis -
/ nlenrlitig guilty t. rnbej111) Cofleld N. C. visiting her parents DELIVERY' .. ;t to
: ; 43,1M10., Mr and Mn H, L Williams. FOR IMMEDIATE }, 1lit.

Ted and Buddie Baumgardner lit.( I 1\, ,
I Machine Work of Lulu spent last week end at RADIOS : :
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'Shop -
.. the) kelp topK-i0t put my.Bible Alva Kneeler York, the home of Mr and Mn J, A. Rub on NEURA'BALMPCNCTRA11NO J II J

Pall Mol{. Tn, linking eat en Aliman.'JIIIIIItIIItlItIIIIIIIIIItuIltltIlllllltltlllll. : : :1 ", ;(
kit j4 ,
farm nllaVfadKOnfona FARNSWORTH
ratHMI EMERSON
pZ .... ftWHFN RCA t't'f j i\1't
CALL. TUART 33 Red Cross ...... it iti ittl ; a
Anifrlrnn don't
workers wanta
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government rfd.lap* rti.t t* GENERAL WESTINGHOUSE i tl 1 y' :
nubHtiluU him..lf for the emPloyer" 72. trt oe sly ayucvlaoa {
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Jnlt Rip. Robert J.IYstl RallyBy .b...h..' 1M soy ,
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Service
M ins i 'JoiuwjrIIIIHIIIimilllHII'illlllllllill'IIIIIIIIIIM ,na nib _,hln, NnKnfuJ .. err ZENITH ELECLL'RIC {
I I l u I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ipuu. it Marti M wo.k inManily.
esuntry the ., Frii turtacl blood townil j
,"In sir liisnrlef Women who enters Red Cross :.t .Mod anaa, l>vu reiwwaj I h b STOCK q
Incol rated one decade become. the "........ home nursing class look M II aches. .,ansl.... Tba In....aatiaaatmd OF RECORDSHALL'S 111 I :
of may br n'>'n t at inn
tie the .L.-l'r. RotrrtK ..... .. i
W....... Hatwnal .......... ./ : back ypon nearly century of .balm nlntaal. work.SdemOe* /'uj md. titttittlt"' f i.wr, N u a- i It till.J
Masufsetsrers. I the flneat tradition of service Afro "'raa4. lot U.. .l.rfifc tl a...urat, .lcpaiiia.
tug Mck, tiled Ljp| chat. !
---- Since 1854 when Florence Nightingale onara dut n cold, WTju or burn mKnutntt "\ i
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01 tkt. akin HfxHuraliW' /I... .....
with a group of English: Nemala. it ereoku .d M..nler.fnh. \. .. \\1 I..
'Genome roller live Karrilnlnc nurses. ,.'attacked four miles of >k.n. to MKKh.nil ... a> CLEAN anjMmhiaf i
should involve determination br to nta. *ban ram want t le.I and. ,
THE
JOIN THRONGS .both sides/ to rewire dlnputei and human misery, mangled victimsof _I....,.. taintroots( neural*"e and muicuiaradin
, Jii.K.e: :' n-f.. labor the Crimean War between and pale ba< ;t.wilfc feal Nxirabilm beciac, both eeelntnnte.p !,l ; : jJi''
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England and Russia and reducedthe praianl At diutwotM k iwn.in SN'pe'Uetwl3. .....1Iot.War SERVICE "
AtU 4; the mortality rate from 50 per MODERN-GLEAN-SOOTHING ELECTRIC :
cent to i per cent nursing ac-, -
"High school wnlora line encountered tlvttlei\ have been the core of t,
certain ahortaireo, but NEUR BALM L:: PHONE 13 H ,
OFFICE ARCADE
Red Cross POST
none la Ike advie* d..rt..I.Ind.l..pol" ." I.
'DOPA G ACESthe lV.I .. However!! the actual foundingof I.WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN Ihf'
Red Cross took place 10 years "FF :e ( ,
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later at the second Geneva Conference ..L

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Albert L. H / sett This founding followed the
publication of a pamphlet "A
M ,BEACH Bookkeepin a Tax Souvenir o( Solferlno," by Henri OUR B/AR SERVICE HELPS PREVENT l
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Seni Dunant. ,Iti was an account of
4 \ '.. W. ilk eerierUeiglnp the Battle of Solfertno June tt,
O. Bov 1111 Stuart, Florida
r hnel ,Club ,- r r, 1859 in which King Kmmanual: \J ACCIDENTS

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,. MAJfflNvCOUNTY ,CLEANERS SAVES GAS/'TIRES, REPAIRS '

(Except Sunday): JL III \ ) E DO '
STOPPING TIRE WASTE IS OUR BUSINESS' '.
,\ First_ Race 1111. P. M., ',': J., ;, MODERN ,DRY CLEANING and PRESSING -
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':Teet'Oarinkfla. Race: : 01'. 5 ,EXPERT DYEING, BERLO MOTH l PROOFING
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mlJe tuat"t etw l I WITH THE OTHER RAIN TREES

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Published "
every Thursday at '
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, TWO PARTIES IN EJwin A-
By'
4 Mennlngci! ,
e by Stuart Dally News, Inc., a Industrial Florida ..
Florida corporation. At t'the recent general election

matter Entered at M the second-claw post office mall at I Orange publican county vote in elected some communities one in ( / from 'the Joumat pf/ Tin New York: Bctaiucal I Care es) .

\ Stuart, Florida, under the Acts the State Legislature and it so through.thq) tropics of every region fit the world there

A + of March >, 1879 of ability and a member of an old various kinds which are known u "rain tree'" became drops ::7:7A
FREE PRESS
34 YEARS OP,SERVICE lice distinguished office ahead Republican of him. father 'fall to the grouhd beneath them, sometime almost like a J.tt

and Th.. lto... Dallr. N... w.. *aeo ._ Further phenomenon )has fascinated; many observer, A few
Ii .f...lh.. Blu... Than, (k. ,tint Mp .. many Republicans Attributed the "rain under these tree to a condensation \
HuUiihal hi 'tu."" Afril IS. other States. It be
A FREE PEOPLE truly said
may
'1 Kit .n< the tuirt II......... .I'h the majority of scientists who have studied the matter I
A ,"hleb Yw, +k Tb... III Tfa T,.Th.. ..I>....ennrollda.e.rt p.ny H..u. "not publicans from cross the border from that the "rain" is generally a liquid secreted by insects t
Georgia"
.... rounded ()o...... '. UU. practically
Ia rr.ek- : sometimes in such enormous numbers that "
t I Ir otI"lok sou ,...,..PI, kdswa .. ,b. cal parties in this State is something present they
i lluallo Florid. ,Do,"_". a shower under the tree while the sup shines brightly
pen regardless of whether any citizen

tl WIN A MENNIbCEa ., .. .... Unquestionably there definite
are
CRNE8T ;. LYONS. . .:: : ..::::::::::: ::::: :: 'i;::::: A.5.::::: of the two party system in national the earliest records of the phenomenon was reported in
Journal of the Ljnnean! Society by (the Bev, R. Boron in
politics., It is to Be
SUBsCRIPTION expected of
I ., Mill, On. sees .... Two RATES y...... ......._ ___n o. holders and outstanding political of Madagascar"" when he wrote: Q f+ Yl Ylrr' J r r

'a4.t4in. rte. .ad. ...". W ...."....... Th. ..,...,....., -..- the n.hi party in Florida would not be pmciflort/ is a hard-wooded tree from the trunk
l I'Ito A........... ,....,.to 10.14ee1 etNu.ivor ear: onesd.b.dwt..11I...... tar:'ho .lur..,... ot I that might be strong enough to upset <:het; of which, at certain seasons of the year, there /fa a
nee uhU.,1oo
J mil a.wSiEINBER and then. On the other hand, I dropping of water, sufficient indeed to keep the ground

,j OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS __ zen (taxpayer is bound to benefit by damp. This Is caused by number of hemlpterous insects

.-===:::! oao.onoonoono: :::! : wishes and well being are of far together In a slimy liquid. May this afford an ex
I I the; office-holders or political leaders of (the slrpilar well-lnown phenomenon exhibited'"by

!Worthy of Meditation There are many things wherein Rain Tree of the' eastern Penwtan.Andm?

,-------w--, .. .... .. __ .. rides the public, puts through such ( to k1eenlify this tree have been unavailing.) I
j : ggo-=====:ao The IC.", flee "r the 4''n'" M111 1- HUH/ ..
taxes,at will ''in Tree as s:, .,, ,
creases favors
No matter what plans of international) cooperation grafting the best known 'rain tree"of( the tropics Is Tithecvlo-/ *. .|H,.. hi' bnretl, ban, we are doomed to catastrophe unless we it when it wants to sometimes going ( / ) JORUM more repently designated al Samanea eel. m UO dv'- M,*.,...r HfHin ?
we can
get a it damn pleases about wlth (t t I
anything '
new spiritual outlook 'in the hearts of men and women. of the voters who are supposed to I "Tropical planting\ and Cardenlng.page 08, says
Henry Knox Sherrill D.D. :
the
community government
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'j THE LOW DOWN FROM HICKORY GROVEI It is unfortunate that Florida is map pinnate leaves, which form a canopy of shade In the Beneath this precious tree a stone wall was built to oonwrwSwafrr .

called Solid South-and extremely close tip at night; therefore during a period of drought The: Spanish name for it 'was El Carte. So f.mitt i
I been
of reading about MiI\nderaonhe: is our See,. which no Southern State should be of green grass may be lien beneath, while the flu-rounding this tree at the beginning of the seventeenth century that phi,.
Agriculture He i. telling farmers to plant one million \ of It were used as frontispieces in contemporaneoin iHrlaltfutchlnion "
fewer acrea of wheat throughout the nation, this attitude it parched and brown. Thlaed'to the supposition that
-700 thousand fewer acres of corn l utely nothing. At mysteriously produced rain at night and hence the 'I of
-518 thousand fewer acres of the national reproduces two these: one from Bauliln and tIe
barley. Over
threatens, he saya And while he dong production always "in the .g'\and in between Rain-tree. "Itotoria Flantarum Generalis (1819).J .) and One from' Dim- -,, "'II...-
is
man over ill another place the Reclamation aame Bureau, gentleS:: anything it can always be Stindlcy in "Flora of !the Panama Canal Zone," 196 Admirable"" ((180,$). t
page .
through with the Democratic Audis In "Native Tree of} "
ih u head-over-heel in an effort to reclaim come : Australia, page 2i2,writhe i 7
farming He is spending millions to more land for colored man'a mule that didn't run into dine /ferdmendt ..if the Eiiphorblaceae, record the torn +"e I
Grand Coulee across and up and down get the more nation.acrefrom because he was blind) but rather leaflets are said to fold together" during cloudy weather, "rivul. tree, rain or weeping tree, the last because of tlie" '11II

And while the Reclamation boys are building dams damn. the name raintree. of Insect assiiciationij a species of frog hopper' live fin th.. ap 4

wholesale to reclaim more land and Mr. Anderson is It now appears that for some to this I Dr David Fairchild writes: softer parts of the tree and are, attacked by acts In aemli "me""
worrying about overproduction from the land will have little voice in shaping passage causing a dropping of fluid from the tree"
ready have, the folks in Congress looking for places we al.to fact laws for the nation as a whole. I noticed they fold here (Florida) at night \ think the C. T White, Government::; Botanist at the Bolinir.il (;nrdr

reduce the 37 billion budget--and not finding it-they publicans> can figure! why give the the tree raining is erroneous TH nearest J ever came to Brisbane, writes in this connection! : I

need to be 'roused off the dime Send (this essay down to tofore it has always been in the bag a tree rain was in Orotana The dork volcanic! strand The name 'Rain Tree' It given to CtacliUlon/ / lentmatid+
your new man there and ace what he has to say for him-' and not even reason or sound sense planted to Tamarind trees (TamanxJui. ,indie) and count of the moisture! exuded by the larvae of on r
eelf. tude, so why waste effort, they reason, evenings their twigs-pendent branches-were always spittle Insects. It that the larvae of these fmg.Ju'rrm'
We been wantm* is bound to be a derelict and nothing- a salty water. It was the condensed) fog from the sea appears {toads MI''
everything big-big dams-big : the sap 1( of the tree and excrete it In the form of fn, lAft
power houses, etc.-and now a big budget has come to I Of course nothingcan be expected Cooke. in "freaks and Marvels of f Plant Life or Curiosities losing some of its Included gases the froth falls from tie bas -
roost And like a big boil, it is a pain in your neck-or I that elect Bilbo, Rankin and Talmadge ," page 13, mentions "rain" falling from t roman, pod a clear Ihiuid If a file of the Kew Bullet ,fs at all"ilk
.1 wherever it U you have It. well throw in Alabama and! South upwards showed a multitude of cicadas sucking the you you will/I find a reference to this by Mr fr.aniIx!' t II.

Yours with the low-down, I other Southern states wherein both tender young branches and leaves, and. squirting forth Issue for No 3 of .1 1931 I, page 156;
t"' JO SERRA gence prevail. In Virginia, & of limpid fluidJ.J.I C Willis, m of the
"Dictionary
I Carolina, Oklahomav-and it could be : But perhaps all of the ,showers do not come from InM'C'! site
tiIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIiIIItiiiiiii,111111IIIIIIIIIIHIIIHlIIIII; : lllllnllllllnilt ceited Texas, the younger element has because of a legend that it was always raining under )tit ): Survey of Porto Rico and tielIslonds .,
to understand the issues at stake and ::volume 8, page 178 lecord the common name of ram i
Letters of the
To The Editor ejections juice by Cicadas! are responsible for this.
II erly absurd Solid South foolishness) for Bmnfelsla/ >l l'/c/ ... but offer no explanation. In this 00111'I
I N. Moldenke, Associate Curator at the New York Botanical Edward P
IIMIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinilllMlllllllllllllllllll'' '' ''''' '' '' '' ''' '''lllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll' ''' '''! The race question need not that VVJlis, under Acer (page 11 In the fifth edition: Agricultures Hume Experiment Horticulturist Station at of the United States p.'p'utltilJ'

AN OPEN LETTER TO TilE !MARTIN COC.ISTY CHAMBER OF! This problem bothers various centers' I ) points out that the leaves commonly exhibit Varnidi Mayaguez, writes:

.f' COMMERCE: : much as it does in the South and in' I of sticky honeydew! the eicretiwuj: of aphids which: live on On the origin of the common\ name Rain Tree //or fltnfd/ k
+ Gentlemen I taking Tar more radical steps than we americans, I find
1\ : }' and.yontiauesi; can no authoritative answer as to tl.- re*
A satisfied customer u the best advertising agent in the world.F .i the South to work out practical and \ of this name The following has been suggested: ((1)I) That 1
We It'18' being found in well insert tores notes; Into the tissues, sucks their juices, and
: are about to begin an advertising campaign bigger and Chicago as I.'T corolla tube hangs down to a pendulant mariner,either Itinnf.
better than large cities where there is a drop of honey-dew! on an average once in half-an-hour.
Just to rains
t any undertaken before to bring people to Martin prior ((2)) that the fragrance Is more /prfflxwix
i County Why Is it necessary to Work so hard to get people to! pie that segregation 'of the races is } illg under tree infested with aphid one may sometimes during or Just prior to rain, and ((3)-) that the plant b na ml
,r \ come here? It those who are here nowHere decently housed or i'avoiding trouble and conflict. We ,drops failing like a fine rain in flower that when the flowers fall It appears like < sire'l

'I were getting full value tor the money they spend they would 'I happen years ago, but they didn't ',.Collaborator In Hawaiian Botany at the New York III the term 'aguacero can also be translated shower1' ,UK! II
1 r q /(f WANT to come back. or better still they would stay 'with us and ever, they are beginning to see that we asUt: name is most commonly) used by the natives of the 'hill" f h 4
\ build our efforts to handle this problem
\ homes Are they contented Are t they happy? Have \they had! particular plant
r : were. No one wants racial trouble- not .occasionally felt droplets moisture '
a square deal' What do they tlilnk( of some of the accommodations you on your
offered to the northern visitor who come to Martin : people. They, as well as we, like to live walking under a tree? I "have. 1 then traced. it to Most of the showers from tro'lcarraln( trees, however iif tJ

f during the winter season? Its GOOD BUSINESS to find out.County pursuit of happiness' as the of aphkls. a by linecH-hemipteroiu species aphids cfcadu. or frogpl,
To find out-that Is the purpose of this letter, To call I It is difficult, however, to have A evidenced by ijeports; on species of UptobeM. fallen I, I"ne,
attent Tree in Bolivia fa the subject of t short note in "Tropical (not necessarily tropical), and Clochidion./ /
ion to an honest of the
some of the conditions which make tourist bitter and I outlay people's money 1926 by Dr. H H. flusby, then pean of the College of
h l disgusted, that cause them to shorten their stay saying, Never and administrations are entrusted to the City of New York and an honorary staff member' f JIIIIIIl1111IIII11111I111I11111f1111IIpt1111ittall/IIIIIti|, | | | | | / | | 11111111111111111111111t1,
"
f I again "We're through with this town" or "We've had enough party> indefinitely this condition also Garden He wrote t
t.. of Florida If It la all like this." I foal solution of the race problem and Horticulturally Speaki11111I111111I1111

to What are some of these conditions? A great many ol you know, governmental problem that may arise., of the strangest phenomena observed by' the members of
", but it Is so much easier to Ignore them than to try to make 1mprovemenU little group of politicians decide what Exploration party of 1921 was that of a rather '
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t the big money surpluses that appear rainfall from the branches of a tree .at midday in per* ''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII) )!.
A great many of the good citizens are sorry about the result of EXCESSIVE TAXATION. weather and in brilliant sunshine, .The tree stood on that Whether the MAGNOLIA family!! has more than one fl'pmrt
:; situation and have asked -What can be dons? They cay the same in an open place by the side of the road, and with find will thrive this far south !in! Florida, I do not know I bur I 'kf"
1\l problems exist in other toWN up and down the East Coast where ititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiniiii reel about It. The rainfall was continuous and steady out. There are several fine specimens of the SOUTHFIK M*r
.y" ,\ a few racketeers are I giving the whole State of Florida a bad YE EDITOR'S pottering was site that \of. a mild shpwerjgn one of our (Magnolia gromtytore/ ) in Stuart, some of them S3 feet high i and
> ;x name while the more enterprising citizen are trying to hold days. |It was sufficient to wet one'I clothing II few. white are prized blossoms for their cool evergreen shade as much. for tM

t, i prices within reason. True enough but If this Is allowed to continue iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! if standing beneath the tree. The size of the tree was St. 1 obtained some grafted trees a year np\! fns.,
It will take years to undo the hurt which hal come to this George H. Asbell, Chairman of a large wad-cherry1' tree. There being no con- its beautiful Marys from !their parent tree famed for Its pyramidal less'
'S part of Florida Coordinating Committee way of climbing It, it was felled,when the cause of the red new leave J -am trying to establish these but I
time the
There are a few things that can be done to eliminate some Governor's Highway Safety Program. was found to be a profusion of caterpillars nests, of all as tree grows slowly
I J of the undesirable condition of the Chamber ef Commerce la Tallahassee, Florida to s foot or more In length which occupied the forks Recently from the Clrn Arden nursery it Chlpley 1 ohr.lint'd t '
jl t f willing to take the responsibility of seeing that the people the y branches and br nehefi) They closely resembled\ the other MACNOLIA.. tacos of different kind.:0aIiI1 i, a seedling rf i.1/1/
bring to Martin County are made comfortable and happy Let* Dear Mr. Asbell.: our common tent caterpillar: except that they" were sur Mi/tore/ which .has so many snorts that you nevef know what t >fa'
accept this tet'* adopt a policy of Fair Play To Although I am no longer with water, fai which abundant larvae led an aquatic going to get when it blooms. Another! carriel the trig Magnolia>l *
The Tourists responsibility. that what we offer for sale In housing Press Association-merely a member The water was evidently draWl. from the' bark of geese nigta/ but apparently this b a case where M nifra/ ({a sped
( and other accommodation, and recreation 1 II reduced to the rectors, and although the "matter ; where covered! by .,.18. No openings In the bark could H lit/lorn/ ) has been grafted on M _langllGn The third II A\VlP/
true value tor service rendered consideration at a meeting of the $ with the naked eye, and the party had no time for Jexandrina which Is another! cross !based on\ AsjouJmigrona.' A*
Here's U what can be done: the Florida Press Association was of the mechanism, of l the procedure\ The tree. ,this litter tree I Is only 3 feet high and arrived bare of soil on I IIt th
j 1, Urge the tourist to bring their complaints to the Chamber ganization when we officially flower-bud at the time and the specimens secured prove put forth two beautiful flowers within two weeks'nftcf' / J
i ; of Commerce *o that something can be done about them.. Impr cooperate in the Governor's Highway 'I hitherto undescnbed species of VotMcapoue (family' white inside and red.purple attside.Another .
I I them with your desire to do more than take their money ese Hence I have a personal interest in ). (This species was later described by Dr. Rusby as MAGNOLIA of which' have great hopes 1s M ,, tourist cant leave town fast enough and only the taxi driver; gaged undoing, and I want to voice a rpua pluviaKi/ / h the Memoirs. the New York Botan from the slopes of the Himalaya mountain in India. The truly
hear their story of dissatisfaction. These complaints should be test against one phase of your Volume 1.) tree In the United States Isla Golden Pate Park to San fn*
turned In to the One of the features of the stuff where the \2-"lCh' '
Chamber of Commerce by the taxi drivers. In the lodes /to Tropical Planting and Gardening," pink-and-white flowers this tnagnifirtnl
.II y I, Send a committee to the Tourist Club and get first hand the newspapers is bunch of two referent refers to the OrtoJaphne the tract much attention to the/ spring before !the new leaves rome: II''
Information regarding the reaction of the tourist to lumpy mattresses a lot of horrible accidents on the the Canary Islands In (his connection.genus C- $. Maul u 41. though the !tree is normally deciduous, our weather in Florida I*
that they pay to aleep on; room with dirty upholstered that running gruesome photographs in Mown so warm this winter that my specimen has remained In ''J
? furniture conducive to inspiring the Municipal do run haJ. In! Madeira, writes; Hooker, the famous
; hotel rooms with 25 watt light discourage: reading public botanist, ranked this a* Tree No: 1 n"10"?
at night etc etc? paigns, J think you need to give the \' genus Ortoctaj&nt l belongs to the ';l4Ifff/qN end the bea.tifuillowering, trees of the world Of course there were t '
Call in the State health Inspector for thorough inspection of I think your committee, at least /fnetent Is peculiar to Madeira U well as the Canary Is- titan) that he had not seen, but his 'opinion b IIoteworthy.and I
j all properties. The choice of having one', place closed or getting the support of my newspaper\ needs to The name Ocole seems to\have...taken the place of refer to it later. *

i ,re I clean bedding 1* effective. tive column, and I think your tn all the more modern books'/ As to why it might Another MAGNOLIA in my garden of which I have smill .>ePsuccess
4. Have a black list for the profiteers, keep It up to date IIn4 some constructive ideas on highway rain tree, I cannot give any aatjsfactqry answer, I to Florida, is At fnuerl one of the vartou "cuctin*" '
give It wide publicity. Notice of the new policy of Fair Play To 9f white crosses along the highways, r' beard Ocoteeoetent/ 'called anything but Til in of western North. Caroljn These tnes grow' wild In our*(""*
p The Tourist Let Member of The Chamber Of Commerce agree some counties in Florida.. announcing ,'where {It fs the vernacular! name,.'Rain.tjeV as. a !name there and 1 brought one back to Florida )lust i for fun Itlm..
it ,upon a fair price for certain classes of rental property and those here" etc, does not accomplish any quite new to me. ? here,but It still grows.
F landlord who will not come within a reasonable degree of complying As far as the Stuart News is
There
to the same spsetel, John) 1 H tf"bison writes In are several other )WNOUA trees, that are native |jO
hare their name placed on the Black List for profiteer print of "
any your gruesome and I am '
in Southern \IW planning to get specimens to establish here. Am"
I. )
The publicity given this list will do more for the town than all lieve in attacking problema'of this Africa,1page. f are U. pyr mldat M aihsi 'M microphylla and the we!

the flowery praise we can send'out.. It will make enemies of some, tive, and not from I destructive angle indeed (It the vegetation to the water supply that Swirr BAT ((101. cb-glntona/ / ). AU of these are listed 'to Smalls'of
y but, the friend we would make for our community would awuri committee i fa competent to furnish that I ae hIfr7estlnstory g W, a tektirmted. raja tree en the the Southeastern flora." as "bpi" tngksg to f nth) Flirkla.
us of t host of winter visitors returning year after year. They You give this matter some Hierro, the most western of the Canaries, Although In my. garden are some tateresbaa MACNOUA relative. !
would do our advertising for us. People would come back to Martin publicity department cannot produce a Archipelago was probably known to the earliest tog among then In Ttltufar. -( wtitoh & doing exceed..."".'
County because they liked it here and would stay longer because of these photographs. They don't inspire the Phoenician; and) the Carajqgn| { ;, many hundreds In high sand land with mighty IHe| eacoura rnent. Hoole":
better housing, cleaner and more comfortable room, and greatsiilue F thing better and I consigning before the Ctirbtian know
am my era we for certain that it above referred to, went M t 16"r'that tMs tree was No. 2 /ill
received for their money spent hereTh I basket. by Roman navigators during t> reign, I of( Jube II, For further! Iniormahon tee Baflsy Eiuyelapedla. AnotM
place to begin advertising Main County 10 in MartinCounty please do not misunderstand,. Mauritania,'' about 2S B.C. The Romans regarded the II Michel, Compraat wWiia Is ui sad Is much attacked by
1 I appeal! to you-th.cltlaeni of Stuart-to take there- way aafety and in public education to I as1.being the western boundary of the world, and Pliny; J had primus aU. .H but it rau4.nry to survive. .

ponatbllty| for the happiness and comfort of {the tourist who are : believe In telling horrible stories to us Juba's) account) pi them In which he mentions a tree What these i*?*****.*.fe. yen.** 1Wffi"of" the Msi
"' Investigate living condition Let1 how the State of believe IB decorating columns with water was obtained. The DarticuUr of
here now* I my tree Miens PooP will irnovwt to, J h**, ao Jdaa. but 1 find ,ft tntereitint 1
1 ,Florida and other states that Stuart i II a town free from racketeer some detail to scare pedestrian to have been Oreodttpnee foeUnt f None of the' grdV them under our'oe.tlmdis, ...,.. I am 'succeed a.:rl
sag .In. rent, fret from undesirable and unhealthy living condition !Intelligent. That sort of education ) Uuncte It fMff (a | nnfloiien | hill end them a* I have,with Cmt t whk,.I have teed,**]
lor teirle*. Left how them how tti solve their problem .by With- best personal regards;.ete., tiiW of tha lie. tt eVseW, fa .Ike rstabt tale It cow' not. .. far, f I
/ JIoI'IiIIr oar era. MRS FRANKLIN JONES I enough water from, ]Iae.* M supply" the whole Island -' ,." ..,' ..... }. )I.

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'"= TTftW '*i *" 'n'Tfrni' I I band Oft the pirate ship W j observation, Florida offers ideal Mr, and Mrs Richard Latham!I -

IfoOLATETO CLASSIFY, Ma top ami thumbed the VETERANS ARE. living condition for hIm and have a new daughter, Sharon

whole show his family and that In this Elizabeth, who arrived Jan. 22. Your idle

--- --- V OQO Since the Mystic of RETURNING TO growing state opportunities for Patient admitted: Mr. and money

Toil' know there"' I II one ad- liner, and she is due to arrive, Oasparilla to an Inde t or, making a living art above the Mrs. Meyer Gunman, Miss Susan -

vantage W Mini the secretaryof In Tampa, February :j whereshe ganlzatttm, the calla 'not average Greenbaum and Mr*. Albert :
the Florida State Fair4 ''It TRAINING AREA "Official Can
will be records show that earn
met by a
group of affect the Fate itself such Greenbaum of Philadelphia, victims ;
gets a fallow Sand off politics\ South Florida mayors and ether there were 14.433 marines, 15-
for a while. Just looked at my dignitaries bands and musical are -- 410 coast guardsmen, 194,781navy of a ear accident on the
watch to find It WM three o'clock scheduled on the r Ggl'amare and Federal highway south of Stuart -
Elsie Two Million Trained inStates personnel an estimated -
favorite flower; which not affected % f fw
and Id been to'feasjr 1191500 In the from shock,
galloping she Invariably wears It will prOblbl' pretty Are Potential army trained are recovering '
necklace
around the Fair Grounds that I Citizens in Florida during the war. These lacerations and contusions; Mrs. .. I -
fashion la a black-eyed-susan 1
I forgot all about .lunch, worse but she tough trying to eta spar. tabulations are released here Percy Bridges, Jensen Beach, Per Annum :
(than that I hadnt even lookedat likes orchids) too They 1 Ilia parade without// professional -, That potential Florida citizens !- for the' first tlme.MAtTIN ." William Abbott and Thomas .. i
are
delicious, she With<
thinks a
tile paper to we how many: off to top musician* u the i.12],000 mil- .t Bearers of Salerno: Mrs Russell onInsured ;
a soy-bean salad She'l1llnd flock of *PPy are among
hid In np-and-c<* COUNTY and Frank Moller III Stuart
Governors they Georgiaor I Wiley Savings
I new delicacies In Florida, our I school and collegi/d*. the t itary people trained In the stateis hOSPITALMr. .
who, U anybody, was Comptroller ..
,
delicious citrus null for exams u public wouldn t kl the difference evidenced by those veterans Accounts #
II
| of the mate of Florida : and and Mrs Jerry Ueggett Admitted and discharged: Mrs ,
Bare been spending; most of' fields molasses of the feed from the cane- For my sc3 jA'd rather returning or expressing a 'desire I have announced the birth of a J O. Morris-, Indlantown, ; David The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora
or
Everaladea.Elate' watch a high college to return since the war'* son, John Ashton, Sunday, Feb Marshall; Oscar Thompson and tion inourea individual I
the day going over plant for the accounts to |5,000. Husband i
velvet lined band than any sJod professional end, the research and Industrial .
boudoir M at Martin County hospital, Mabel Williams, and wife
proper reception and entertain- may have total of $15,000, fully i irmnred:
with Its four outfit la andI ....
poster bed, dressIng ttfdntM division! of the Florida State ------
ment of one of our distinguished First Federal saving accounts
are legal investments a
table, oil Imagine lot father folks I .
paintings of her a Chamber of Commerce pointedout
guests Elsie the Cow Elsie made for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardians
relatives feel the >ut It. Anyhow ,
and assortment of cosmetics same waf yesterday In its weekly business
her debut*at the New York rivals anything that a I can pro/ You that rev'ew. "DINE and DANCE" ,Administrators and Executors.
and ,
Worlds Fair since
has *
become Hollywood star might boast. Jars well have a ba P Oasparilla "Contacts with veterans, Call or'' Write
the moet famous cow In and bottles contain such things, parade with or/1011'/ Mr. Pe- either In person or by mall .-- AT /
world. You
the
probably recall M day cream, headache pills, leg trillo for if wor mea to worst through state and federal offIces -
how Oscar the Ox journeyed all make-up,hoof-ease powder,born we can put Elf*' the parade chambers of commerce and SEYMOUR'S'' FIRST FEDERALSavings
the way from Silver Springs to I polish, tall wave, mouth gargle' and let her bif er horn and other agencies, would Indicate INN
New York dragging his
ox-cart and night cream, You are see what Mr.to could do that some five per cent of the
cordially
behind him to the very door of invited to visit Elsie dur-- i about that: 1 more than two million ,have expressed TA5TT7' DELICIOUS, FOOD and Loan AssociationOf i
the Florida Exhibit, Elsie was so i determination to already I
ing the Fair and will find her a or
impressed that the Invited him In her boudoir from MORE BOTT ESS BOATS have become permanent MixU Drinks-Bafr on Draft Indian River County' 1 ,

to be her guest at the Borden to 15 In the Flower Building February' i A devetopJ eompany recently -I residents Of Florida Many HEAR OENE ONAHE SOLOVOX "' VERO BEACH, FLORIDA l
Exhibit. Oscar did a swell! Job of 1512 20th Street
While Elsie seems to be doing acqJ' Weeklwac hoe others, the state chamber Dial 2137
selling Florida to Elsie and he okey, not so lose Gasper and his Springs, loci on' the Gulf 1 commented, "would like to live STEAK and SEAFOOD R. W. Sedgwick i A f
left her with plenty of sand in Mystic Krew of Oasparilla Coast High/ north of" NewPort in the state but.demands of Secretafy-Treasurer i l ..p
l er hoofs. In consequence Elsie seems the pirate chief has run It Rlche.v/o/ Installing glass I home and work keep. them elsewhere OUR SPECIALTY Member Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal

I' coming to Florida this winter Into a problem that Is too tough bottom boJ"x d *IU operatethe ." Sating and Loan Insurance Corp.
and her elaborate boudoir Is be- even for him for he has Just proper* a tourist "The strongest ties, between Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON Current dividend rate ;
ng set up In the Flower Building learned that along side modern tion slmllaf Silver 'attrac-I Florida and the veteran are Owner t

at the Fair. flay pirates he Is a babe-ln-th Wakulla 6M that,. from his experience and .

Bale! Is ten yean old, a blue- I woods for PetriUo, the Czar of -- '!'
blooded! purebred Jersey, pride music, has called out his music!) r ; ;E ':Its
uf the Borden herd. She was ; ans and win not permit! them w DOLLARS 'tJlhtrp \ \! PATRONIZE '1' '
born In 1B38, but It was not,un.tll participate In either the Gaspar "
1939 that she became Internationally Ilia Parade or the '
Coronation SPENT IN HOME FIRMS .
famous: At the cost Ball MARTIN COUNTY

of millions of dollars for advertising It seems that Mr. Petrillo Is ARTIN COUNTY j OFFERINp' 1,1,11 ''j y; I

space the Borden Com- Just as much at home telllni ,

pany has featured Elsie and her pirates where to head In as h< TAYATHOME BUSINESS DIRECTORYPITCHFORD'S I THESE,$ERVICES It .1
,
immediate family which Includes Is In dictating to Kings Presi '! Ile :
Elmer,her husband, Cousin Bart, dents, Supreme Courts and the i _
Great Aunt Bess and Uncle Bos- Congress: When Little! Caesai ''
worth In countless advertlxenents. learned that it, I I 1
was planned to THINKING I
WH OU'III OPNCRETE' : EXPERT LET Stuart Sunoc
Just about everyone Is :use the University' of Tampa US BE moorULAMURMS: I
lamlllar with this famous -- I Give Your Car TruckA I '
bovine ---- I TIRERECAPPING or .
family and l ecal18e'of this fact,I'I'I CAMP I! Complete Check Up "Service Starfon"SUNOCO I NEW GLORY : I' ,)

everyone gets a thrill out of seeing LOCKS I v
rOM KENT EXPEIIIENCED ATTENDANTS P10bCCT3 Pon DULL t
Elsie In person : i AND MECHANICS 1"1 i }
I REALESTATE Cottage and Boat GAS, OIL UfnRlCATION I LlnLUI
ANeNCRETE _
Since the New York I I I' P .1 All It"d. ,
Worlds WHOLESALE .... RETAILSeafood OPEN II HOUIII DAILY 1 IIAIRI
Fair Elsie has traveled over too,. ITEMS.DECKER i Phew 111 J I TIRE R ai IR. WASHING I /
MO miles, visited 91 cities and We Pick Up And Deliver Standard Oil Co. PRO ROAD SERVICE
received keys W welcome In 77 I 1&1 Bait For Sale .i i STUART RECAP SERVICE SUPER SERVICE STATION .a. .1'' AN X1.40R I LittleBeauty t tI

She Is a direct descendant of JENSEN BEACH J R. POMEROT. Jr. RALPH r CHANDLER, 0..., ..d C. L. ZARNITS. Ow" r.o9136 I

the cow that Jumped over the I I I HI-WAV tHOtll if-W AT COUNTY: BRIDGE Al Mr R._&_ 113 H.Ie"tMYLance -. D1.1. .HWay"GRANT 11161Iie N., I Shop ,
moon-her owners claim St. A44III** I 110 S. AKRON AVI. PHONE 1* .
a Properties of all kinds t
great grandmother, and In IM6,
at long last, ahe somewhat for sale.Also I '
I
emulated that ancestor, by mak.J HOME BUILDING Buy The Best CONCRETE BLOCKS : '
I) Brothers i 't
to.
'Inc her first airplane Available 1 P PtI
Immediate
flight, rentals and insur. See I LE GENERALELECTRIC ,
5000, miles of I if She flew from RestaurantGOOD Delivery8x8x16 ; '

New York to California, then to I alice HIGBEE &, TAXLPhone i ref.8x8xl6de.. ;
Texas and return for appearances FOOD 1 REFRIGERA N I 'I
at fairs and fiestas With Pleasant Atmosphere Appliance 8x8x16 part. )
her< flew her two and a half ton I Edward\p f ; ORTHAM. 1 Friendly Service ANELECTR I Kitchen, Laundry, I 8a12St16reg. 1 l

boudoir, her two charming milk I General. Contractingand 9154 V, MILE /NORTH' OP STUART I Cabinet and all email t REINFORCING STEEL 8 1 !1. I ', '

maids, her personal veterinarian Repair Open 7 days a week I SERVICESTUART' appliances Radios i RINKER, INC. ,I f I ,
and a I,
manager Realtor P. O. Boa $32 ) Daily MARTIN COUNTY I Phone 748 II'' j
This of 5 to Stuart PHONE ate t
year, unable to Parties '
plane secure .P. O Arcade Bid,. Phone 144-R Closed 3 p. m to 5 p, m. ELECTRIC I 314 S. 3rd St. ,
reservations' due probably I Bathing Beach $2 I I Phone 308 l Fort Pierce I"' i
to heavy tourist travel to Phone 19 1
Florida she 1 I. making the trip l- 11 .. '

in her-.cow-palace..... car, a Cream-1i,I lI I = I i I'' ll Id

SlINbATJALOUSIES Quinn's StoreMeats Uncle Bil""( sex i Jensen Hdwe.SURE BATEMANCONSTRUCTION ;

Waterfront Propertie Groceries: e i CO.
And Frozen Food '
Along the Indian and Lucia ADD IAUTY, COMFORT AND I> ar.d.aw Rh ,1.j r..AMt.d 1 ROAD AND MARINE CON.
/f3t. rivers, and Robe Bourn VAL TO YOUR HOME 011 raODUca. IUCSHOVI1.TIES TRY THEM THEY
Ocean Frontage au NESS SY INSTALLING, cirri TRACTORS
SUrjRAY SHUTTERS LENDING LIBRARY When I was a boy, a caught cattle ARE MORE THAN : LAND CLEARING

q 'ESTIMATES SUBMITTED I Jensen Beach thief was hung right there i APT TO HAVE IT. .
and then: he never was asked te GRADING I
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Sunray Shatter Itiurt N... rwr r. "U tJ1 par for th' beef, ner te do stretch I
.., q I Product I L In th' th' Jensen Beach ESTIMATE SUBMITTED
reR I PHONE 9131JP&M 1 pen They fligera man
W, C. >MO, r, O. BOX MSHAV r, 6. BO, iu: r..i...i HI.w., 1i ,
was lust no I od-hb sort wasnt I ji
S1 wanted around- nd U allow'd

to steal what he could, his Uk
would live and abound!
YOU SENT. IN' ''i Then people went soft and attitudes Docks, j COMPLETE LINE 1

YOUR I changed-tb.' thieve wer* Seawalls I t i
A CONTRIBUTION BEER WINES CIGARS .1 allow to survive, 'till now our OF a

TO CIGARETTES, NEW TATVL% country heavily ranged by Boat Houses OFFICE SUPPLIES
aat.r..fA I many who pilfer and thrive! I

S.: o. Scaliest Ice Cream 1 They steal a m.n'a ear, or enter I All Types Of Marine I AND I 1 !

his home; If caught, then some ConstructionIvan I EQUIPMENTTHE
TO attorney will plead, th' law I ''I
Where
The, Place ,
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MRS. t >YD TRAVIS ar' *e writ they let th' thieve I
,
Friends Meet" ? /Tl J roam te repeat a similar deed; O Box 474 I
T asurerI I
STUART NEWS I
OSCEOLA AVL \S\* Showln' 1 less patience with those PHONE 104-J I II fi
I W who will steal, and have no res.w t-el

spect fer th' law, would make

ether think, quite a good deal, afore they pulled anything raw' '.

,. Web frdway SMITHL We're tee darn easy on crooks, high and low wallet our soft Rice Hotel I Stuart Taxi I '''f

a hearts rule ear brain spend millions to catch 'em and let 'em I And
t Motor*, go THEN PUZZLE WHY CRIME: MAKES SUCH GAINS! Restaurant"HERBY'S"

AUTHORIZED IAL&R root L There at* se many fin things te be done, In a land such as our'* SERVICE '
t
FO b now' be, trier's no good excuse for a man, not one, t* make of OUR +. i
thing too tree! When a nan k. convicted *f a heinous crime It* Never T* Late For Prompt Dependable
SALES AND Ica and ther'eant W no doubt at all he ought to be stored. fer along Breakfast At Herb,', h
) DAY AND aWIkECKERS long time, INSIDE OF A Dl'RN STRONG WALL! Courteous V +
ICE, no sendly Spec, Open 7 Dy A Week16A.M.Till9P.M

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UatIn of CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT Ideal Sport FRANK HALEROOFING CENTRAL MARKET '
Improved and Untaprovwf/ rfopertleaTtomlMiirt Electric and Refrigeration StuartAJto t
Martin (County: f "Where Economy Rule** SERVICENo
Shop ind and Akron '
ACMMK. *-...-, :WOES. Excellent PoodHOME Shop at "Tour Market" Job, Too Large) Or Camp

*!***.* Fetal 1r.. .,-..-..,." Properties. MAD Flea AGRrm FOR of ,all kind and For HOBE- Too Small Modem Cottar

an* I blL1.AN' 3 mlrn Roof Repairing Meat, Produce and SOUND '
And Trailer Court
Sam. Mbs*, Oeean-te-Soan Bstetea sites = Grocerte ELECTRIC. CO.
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.. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiimniimiiiiiiii closure suits under a six months pae men who have liven ,maattentlon |- pith 'the'Rtc1 C roes U permany Dusaond >Manrtn and Art

NEWS OF statute of limitations nt' to their own will remain here during her parents hUUH. MM among the a

-; LYRIC New Synthetic Fungicide Repeats atmoee stay 'then, wl.1l' return to 'guests at Oeeatt Edge, the b*
floral
\ Indian River Drive WALTON RESIDENTS I sending, with :: original ot Mr.:, and ..... Henry Pwj,
her
COMPLAIN DF BURGLARIES Florida Potato Success In North ;e charm,' have?a small (ew"y. rk'to take up of Palm Beach, Sunday

I By VIVA CLARK Something should be done to r of winter .guests who work, Interior'decorating. Mrs Viva C.Boat was a iaj

,( : t."THEATRE, IIILIIilli11II, IIIIIIIIII Inl:111l,,,hill II1I II check: burglaries In this terri! tiers each season because Friday Mrs. Florence Cave and guest vf Mir and Mrs. Louiij

i Yt COMMISSIONER ,JENNINGS: ; tory. Time! and again this dramaOf love the surroundings. daughter.,Miss Annette, gave an Edason at thel.t home Muj

t 'i PROGRAM FOR ATTENDS CONVENTION lawleness Is repeated and pea Victor Conkllns have the out-of-door luncheon lor their Farms atlEden,.Monday,

THIS WEEK County Commissioner Lane pie In this neighborhood: aregetting R cottage at Edenlawn guests Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lehnerof
ii /. Jennings of Walton returned entertaining Mr. fit. Louis Mo., and Mrs. J, B, A recent survey showi thai
" Ir fed up with It now Lyle of Orlando to which the sawdust resulting annually t,
from .
Tampa Sunday, where he ... George MeskeL old
Fred Cabin reports he left his winter guests at Edenlawn were lumbering operations Is sums
FRI. AND SAT attended the State Commissioners fn from puluth, Minn. ATrlviaturday
r County outboard motor on his boat just bidden. I, to produce 608,000.000 lallou
of the
: FEB.'7 8 i, and meeting Thursday,! cne night tor an early morning Co 'will be as Mr.guests and Mrs.i iLor Mr. and. Mrs ,A. C, Whitener ethyl -alcohol. This would BI
Frldaj Saturday. Mrs. Floyd enought sweeping compound
Frederlcktown, Mo,
trip. The motor had been Como,
fishing Lake
from
DOUBLE FEATURE I Commissioners adopted a leglnlatlve .iase E. Oruber and Mrs. E. H. Bess clean all the floors of the w
i plan designed to provide I ttolen and boat sent adrift. Mr. li Was former pastor of enough explosives to
or But
d1EaSi \I'1 \ the I of Stuart, were visitors at Eden..
N.
at* church.
\ /r that all gasoline tax monies be Nothing can be left out whereresidents ten Panama, Canals..
\ lawn recently.
," U \ used for road purposes? and balled \ think them safe. Drifter*. Casa Collier from
I \ \ SSA \ NEME11100\fIj \ I on a newtax I legislature to Mein Tens., who have spent
I 1,00, What can be done about It? ma
at Edenlawn ape
\1iI allot the seventh ,cent of the its whoa AN* Montiai or BaiMUHe MIHALCOHOLISM
j t. tertal Dr. and Mrs. Steve '
state gasoline tax to counties for, '
: \ I, toad work, Douglas Silver Eldred general 1< Coley '.dinner Bunday. 'Dr.

I Meeting In conjunction with manager of WIRA, has been v and oiey are from Mem .."...*T TMM4 web See Wash. el llig>.."llie
r pills WHIT CROSS HOSPITAL
I County Commissioners county tamed chairman Of the commit-1;: Wring In Jensen v Write fir ..***o'se
I attorneys Instructed John1, tee on arrangements for the celebration Beach. and Mrs. Collier'sMargaret aieo Cenrrol Eveniio SR Pahrsbses. Ns

I Lloyd of Broward Co., to prepare : daugh who
to mark the opening of spent a tuber of oaf years
a general zoning taw for:
I ANDREW STONE I the Florida,East Coast R. R. line
lubmlsslon to the legislature.I .
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from Okeechobee to Fort Pierce -

:r .. Na f I This tone land bilk Lloyd.outside explained municipalities would,I II which links the vast treasure severe blight attacks en potato were held In Cheek by ;sew Shemtusl, i and'GREENLEES

t'EATl.'II1I: I enabling counties to Insure proper ; land the Everglades, to the portof I' and reeer*. harveita are reported ttirevgheut the Itun'r,. ,II FUGA E
Fort Pierce No date has been
r r type of buildings and use I s
..fuseFIC1Eai set for this celebration but probably
i of property in a county also enable REPORTS from northera rowers yielded till bushels ,ot Russet ED peering, Surveying, Blue Print
It will be early In March.
i counties\ to Insure prop : new lyntheUo unfi potatoes.In 1 .8 n111FNM
'I erty set-back where rtght-of- Joseph La Brosse of Hoboken ride, DUb... J>.U.. which produced Malpe. growers. report thai Dl- \\vnnL
,
Musiu l lb lr leaves Saturday for a' stay In such high potato yields In Florida thane produced tarter, more uniform Itiraatei Submitted on Request
i i say are needed. 'last year has met with equal onecm potatoes and hither yields\
Miami after visit with his sister
a
I Another proposed legislative oa potato tomato and cucumber than lay other runrt ld.. Ontatand-
( measure was providing a and brother-in-law, Mr. and crops !I. Seine. New York, New leg wn one of the all-time Maine ea.'e P. O. BQjf 24 STUART, /LORIDABUEINESS
'I wide county budget form sta.e-I' Mrs. John Sahlber,. In Walton. Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Dela highs of Sit bushels per acre from v
Enroute by automobile he ware. a two acre Chippewa field 04 the
milting commissioner to In the tomato growing country. Umphrey farm In Washburn whichIs 1a.0a
I
j sale price on tax-acquired land stopped several days In Jack., along the Atlantic seaboard whorl controlled by Arooitook Potato Is 1 s.ae
I sonv'Ule and has visited his' sis Growers. Inc.On .
and placing tax deeds for fore- bllxttt strut tomato for the Brit
ter Mrs. George Sahlberg, In Jensen time on record thus rear, rowers eastern Long island, rowers %
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NIIiIOwII EARN WItCf Beach on their yacht, Kayo, who were properly equipped to uo applied the material to their encumber OPPORTUNITY '
101 g11S !IF g1R1w j THIS .ttI\TMU: ISRGKIr1G the no* compound saved entire crops and ,report not only
docked at Pitchfords.
t r- crops from total dotuUUon. Tomato protection against rampant cucur
.
MYCOMPLE _
afifiseanRlW6 torE'LL F. W. Dunphy who has beenIn rowers alarmed at the Inroads bit diseases but also absence of Imagine I that would
IfPlCldl F1I 1 rJRIt J. :ONE Eldred:: with his wife where blight made la their harvests, stunting and hardenln of vines x" 4p if nine n agreed to SMALL RESTAURANT DOING GOOD

ig is R s syfi \ 011'' ATSTUM they are constructing a new for are nut now obtaining eeaton. spray equipment' which formerly bad accompanied ,freeze rlsss their unless min 4 vs kt i dissolved America BUS!] ESS. WILL SELL C EAP. THIS

HIEMi'IC home, has returned to New Yorkon Dilhaas application of spray. According to tlieir uioM .
a ACT
In eastern Penoeylvanla CONS to IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.:
The Rohm'
rwaivem>alrleawuuee 7 It: Hug Company orPbllad.lphla
work for
a business trip but will return protected potato gelds broke tares lesslmsgiee
1I records 711.1 bushels of manufacturers of the TO GET IN A GflOD PAYING
r mute teal DRUG RP.FOP. around March 1. county : : fungicide, of these tkego kthal west QUICK
r ae IY11Ar.. Katahdln and"(3 bnibels. of many fields were. up if all tkeTITj
Mrs Laura Burrell and'her ewaees
\ Cobbler potatoen were harvested still producing marketable cucumbers agreed ta shut do BUS!] ESS. -'
I 1 1j Casa ;till LOTION son Raymond Parkhurst, arrived from two acres In Lancaster county, long after the cuslomery. number until the worker railroads
j CA TOON"MY YOU'LL FIN ALL FMC Tuesday from Stony Brook, L.' I..' and an acre la Lehlfh county of pickings at wages which w .d unnU u work* SEEIL. E. DAWSO /Victory Hotel
1 OL KENTUCKY BST CO GI TNERtYs the die
end are guests of Mrs. Burrell's owBors a ? ,? fir
II I H ME" s sister, Mrs. Dunphy where they Mr: and Mrs. 'Walker Llddon Mrs. Daisy Dordan of Ankona six per seal ea l eetine t.L .

: I will remain a number of weeks.I of Fort Pierce have moved Into and New, ;York and her houseguest \ factory Imagine own the *'t.d>bear> Iftht CA LY'S GOLMN GATE CAMP

i 1 ERIAL Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Faul- their recently acquired new Miss Gertrude Walsh of tomes ofcants pU.vES .
1 Wine / nd Sandwiches
kenberg who were here earlier Beer,
I I home on the Drive. The prop. New York, motored to Palm as'WORE JO WONT
CHAP ER NO. 2 In the season from Cleveland F ABLE
( k L have returned to Blue Heaven erty was purchased ,from. the Beach 'Tuesday' for a dinner WADES' oW-JO- IS OVER JIGHT CABINSBOILER

I'' jarlet of Eden and have taken an ap. Beymers who were constructing given by Mr. and Mrs. Roger A SCAM" (Uapnployoe. ; ,m. and

] artment for a month. Their daughter It for themselves but their McDermitt. Last Wednesday .) T PARK'GAS
Hori Man"SUNDAYS aE I they were luncheon guests with Lebor ae SocM kaiL. ..
Betty Lew Patrick, Is with ?
change I In"plans called them to
seeable / and OIL
r* iioita. but
1 friends in that same city. .rtes
f f'r them : Palm Beach to live. Friday afternoon when Mrs. wooero4 kow bag edee em *30 A.. M. to 11:00 P. M.
Joining the Blue Heaven of
MONDAY ::. J .,' \ J Eden colony are Lloyd Collar i WILLIAM F. _PUNS I FORMERLT. Rupert Koblegard entertained Uf worM wbs woiM behave tolerate like s4 ptal labor: 2 Miles Airtj/f Stuart on Federal Hi-Way Mo. 1T. I

FEBf9'10JHN I 1L and George Reeves of Cleveland.' her bridge club prizes were eUefa G. CASEY '
/ : COMMANDER AT FORT awarded to Mrs. William Gn.,-
They will\ remain a month to enJoy
Stuart Drug Corp.Phone i FIERCE!: BASE ENTERS
L the recreation and fishingof son Padrkk. J Jr, Mrs. E. U Adams -
RIAL ESTATE FIELD and Mrs. John McCarty. Other
11 Night Phone 1 j which'thls section: boasts. -
,
GAR ELD ,i Week end guests of Mr. and William F. Fllnn. holding the players'were Mrs. Brian Mc

Mr* K H. Burggraf were Mr.i rank of Lieutenant Commanderat carty, Mrs. Steve Johnson Mrs. '
I r'Ii' CERAplNEFITZGWALD I snd Mrs. Chester Teasel of Detroit. time he was returned to civilian Wallace Sample, Mr*. Jack Harris v '" : -.

i Mrs. Teasel Is a cousin of life last fall, and former ,' Mrs. W, T. Warren Mrs. ." ..,
itim : Mr. Burggraf as Is Sherman demolition officer at the U. 6. Myron Varn and Mrs. J. M.$am. f

1 1WilEN Bertz who with Mrs. Brett Is at Amphibious Training base In pie, In.Edenlawn.

'f. Blue Heaven of Eden. These three, Fort Pierce and base commander
\
Ii' cousins are a world unto them In the closing days of the base l How Much>

w lag selves so the In-laws say -+! has entered the real estate field. Edenlawn the word Is :
.ao.1 .
i for. this Is their first visit together I In charge of the recently opened maglcl To those' who have seen
it t A LOSS OCCURS I In a number of years. j office'in Fort Pierce of William this tropical grandeur and for 1

'BRENNAN MERSONR and Ten Dave I ]. Sullivan.real estate operatorIn those who have not there Is a
GEORGE iOa8US. PROMINENT EDUCATOR I II Miami. Flinn came' here In upeclal,Invitation to visit these Y > o You Know"I

: Insurance It Is A RETURNS HOMEProminent ISO. Later was transferred to grounds on a tour of Inspection. ,

I Mighty Pleasant I .. in the field of education the West Coast for IIIlgnmentbut A. D. Merwin and Arthur Phillips 1
returned owners 'Of these gardens hav, I ,
CARTfON"GOOFY To Know It Is Miss Helen Fish who subsequently was l',
Feeling
returned to New York by here. branched out Into the 'landscap '
CIPHERS" City r Christian
Science?
Will Be A LOCAL plane Saturday after a two It was Flint who ..organized ing business and are prepared to )ut
,
AGENCY, Folks You weeks visit with Miss Amey Hults demolition men of the Amphl. give estimates to those wishing .
FOX N St1 In Eden. blous force that trained In the their home grounds beautified. It :'
KNOW, Will At- -- you allot corer lY .informed about Christian. # .
Wjfo
''I' Miss Fish Is connected with Fort Pierce area; this to further "
t1 1;y lend Vte Settle Pjsychlalaric Medical Centerwhere relations among these men. It Science; ht Can yo*discuss! it Intelligently? Talk : ;

TUES. D, she trains graduates from was the start of a national organization .. .
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ment. See I's, Now! this o'pporflilmto I I lrn come of"the "facts about thiirenglon.thaKajLliXrso t
12IVELOGU Columbia and Fordam universi- from which this group .
FEB. 11
''y a For Insurance Of All ties. She has made previous anticipates a reunion of the un- STUART ,. much.to heal human. llU and'hfr '\,-,
I Kinds. visits to Florida but never, she der-water demolition group to 1. .*. *' .
stated "under such delightful be held In this locality this year t'I SINCE n: suffere| from human misery. Attend ,.J i"'' \q

I circumstances where I could at Thanksgiving. r ills :
){ ED MAPP bask In the friendliness of such Mr. Fllnn and hll'family reside :1;. i; i. :r :

Every: Kind of nice people nor where I could 4n" Ankona.. : -
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"j Insurance get such an interesting and brU- --- C FREE LECTURE ; ;
I liant view of the sky .and the IRE'FEMINELIAS, We .
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Phone IS P.O. ti ,entitled- V' >
river. GIVE FAREWELL DINNERMr. -
K
i r Arcade She plans her next stay oflonger and Mrs.. Frank Femln- $JllCJa1beIa "C ISTIAN SCIENCE': "'
I duration. I ella season visitors from Jamaica s
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R.ntalaJOHN ..
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I : dinner of twelve covers at the '

\ ": 'I II Blue Goose Saturday night prior By". Thomas E-.turley;, C.S.B., of Louisville Kentucliy ,"
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FOR SALE ,
I to their departure for home ,
I 1
;, Quests enjoying their hospitality .
..
ormatlos ,
t ) Member ,
the Board of Lectureship of
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'FR were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bell /

\1 "LOOK! ; XT LoifJONFONEWS DUPLEX.STUCCO HOME Edaaon',and their house guest Real Estate Insurance \The MotW Cbareh,'I'IM First Chueb of' a' ,;i"....'.. '

Mrs Martin Kelley Mr. and Mrs ... ;' .f.J ;"'. r Christ{, Sintlst,In Boston,Massachnsetts' .. 1 tt; )t' ,
Partly Furnished, Close In C. Rosen and Mr. and'Mrs. Write or r See e. ., t' 'f. -/I'., JJIIi.f,'

Oeorf pflueger, 'Richmond Hill, E. TAYLOR ri), ',)(; SUN Y'FEBRUARY' 9.- '. 1
( 7500.00 L. I.. Mr and Mrs C, Davis and ', ; ;:J.G;' ., :,
Mr. and Mrs: Edgar Whlttlcar, Oaceola Bldf.: Phase' 1MJ. e \?. ,,7 \\3ll5 P. M.. In ,. .:;:. "{'p"( .\ "

'THUR DA Seaside Park,N. J, and Leon STUART I ., 2>" ,.. ., 111 / t.J, .
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TWO BIG FEATURES """ ... .''d:' ( ART : t. Jr.1.
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HOu'SE '. '' ). ; / HlGHr ,
.5 ROOM, 2 BED ROOM IT IS ECONOMY TO REPAIR ,TOUR..' 1 !' :" '

Ir I Partly Furnish /- Corner Lot ,HOME : ; :, SCHOOL AUDITORIUM;; -: ", '


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... FEATURE NO. 2 OUR isTO ;.. 'V"M'& .
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SEVERAL LUCIE ESTATES t 1 jjt. .
I CHOICE LOTS IN ST '
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SECTION 400.00 TO $500.00 WELL LOCATED \ '. ,/.(! fe '' '4,4 v%* ,. ."', ; ,
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