The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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4-,::: .. It TIlE STUART NEWS,. STUART, Martin CoulltT FLOIUDl\ THURSDAY, FEB. 13. 15n. rRICI: TEN CENTS



WTO BE DRIVE WITH ITS [ GIVESTUDYTO ,I 1s most Walt a winter dlilinruli.iec Kuhn visitor, en* of,artists will America speak, who SEEKING JOBS ,I;J ...11.11IN

(IGHT.IN DRIVE GOAL IN SIGHT .1, BEACH EROSION E I II monthly the next Stuart Wednesday meeting Woman afternoon under Clubs direction at. THIS COUNTY l \.

_'' ? of the Fine Arts Commit) "

y.by-Couat Campaign; 35 Per Cent Cain In Membership S I I Martin County One of Four tee. 'A Complete sketch of Mr.; Survey of Current Labor j ,

anned i to Get Attention Results From t Areas Where Sea. Wa.h- I I Kuhn appears. on Page 11 eftoday's Supply Show Considerable 1 ,

to East Coast Campaign Efforts ,5 ing Is Being Observed paper.Another Diversity : 1
_ I feature of the meet-
Martin County Chamber ot :[leg Hill be'' a showing of orlclnal !'
...p-up campaign: \ In every I Members ot the Beach Erosion Martin county t bos a current a j
will be held Commerce drive went to the palntinis by B. BackusI .
coast county Board will Investigate four Flor. !
available labor supply of 87 Including
executive $8.000 mark this week as Chair 5 t I rart fierce.
Roy F, Newman ida localities where rehabilitation ;
East Coast High' man L. JG. KIcklltof called off ', There will be a covered dish 38 veterans Job openings
tor of th and protection of beachesare
his dogs and turned a highly luncheon atll:3e: p. m total t. TheM figures were \
.said today aa under I It : )
association study
was announced ____ '
successful released here today by Horace I
campaign1 over
result of such a report 1' Col!. Willis %
emptied today by
; B. Jones, Manager of the fort" ,
to. the directors With mall subscriptions
which opened this, week Teale Corps of Engineers Jacksonville '
still coming In and COLD WAVE CUT Pierce office of the Florida State ;
Tb drive .
t. John county District Engineer, : Service
with aid received I
due to end Saturday. One some The board members. Office,
fl'Ol1other the, drive is The greatest demand is for
\ sources
start Monday In Daytona Chief I'f{ Engineers, Washington
regarded as complete. TOMATO CROPS service workers. for which thC I
D. C, have planned their fieldwork
FSES office ha I orders. t 4
: announced lat. A gain,of 35 per cent In memo
tes will be beginning Tuesday and will
result of the drive Job applicants Include'professional t
Newman *ald, Most every. as a visit St, Augustine, Anna. Maria 4
and 8 clerical
"as seen by the Chamber officers ONLY SLIGHTLY managerial I ,
in the 13 east coast counties I and Longboat Keys: near Bra-
with 332. membel'll'for and sales I, service 11. skilled ;
mIllar with the objectives of Traffic from highways I, 17 paid denton, Jupiter Island below I 4 '
257 10. semi-skilled, unskilled 11. .
1947 with
drive and the job now I II to and 90'funnel Into the east as compared. Stuart and Palm Beach. Althoughthe I -- '
S. .
boat Market: Chief Says Movement agriculture
asses On membership card" tout routes of U. S. 1 and year. Board has practically .completed -I .
for Many Jobs at all levels remain ,
I "I want to thank my associates Entire Season
is seeking Aid at Jacksonville One the report on these localities
association on
ie In this campaign," Mr. Kick- The Phillips brothers ot Huntington, W Va found Cult Stream I Will be About Normal unfilled due to lack of balance I
.000 a* an advertising fund the coastal trails, It eventually the District Engineer
exciting aboard the Buckaroo with Capt. lord between qualifications Of applicants
,liter said today, .or their splendid Fishing plenty I
travel to the reaches Miami and said that final conclusions and
tourist Key '
ttract I efforts I feel they have made Carter John II.. who nabbed the record-breaker, Is associatedwith Jacksonville, Fla, Feb. 12- and specifications> ot em-
and to West af ter routes : recommendations will not bf ,
coast of Florida pro- passing aver I
the Chamber of Commerce amore the Foster-Thornberg Hardware Co. of Huntington He I Volume shTfTnthts) ? of tomatoes 1-loyers
the state u a'whole Included In the East Coast I. known until after each site has I
Association vital factor In community b shown with his brother, T. Clinton Phillips (left). been mom the Fort Pierce area will Payments of unempJoy"ed compensation :
l 400 same time, Newman. r Highways system. Inspected.Col.
I. life than ever before* --- -- -- -- -- -- '-'-' -- be somewhat delayed by the current amounting to $28 00 I
Teale will the
I 14 head of the organization accompany I
Here Is the! final Ust: cold, but the Season total were made in this county during -
his in charge of fund.ralsoutllned : Fishing Guide Stirs YearningFor Board while Inspecting these A
the tour classes ot GAMES"PARTY Previously acknowledged $7,593.:10: I site. movement will apparently be affected the week ending Jan. 25, to

JENSEN Wilson Snack) Shop ... 15 very little In the opinion 2 persons 2 men These recipients 2
ibtrshlp. They are: Shaw, Dan A. j. .. .. S Florida in Northern Hearts expressed here today by M. E : were classified a* skilled 2. 1
$500 to $100, These MARTIN 10. GETS $6823
-Sponsor Lowery, Harris, Jr. 6 I Williams, manager of the Fort Throughout the!) state unemployment -

businesses which. depend TO BOOST George H. Patterson .... 10 TEACHER SALARY FUND Pierce State Farmers Market compensation pay- '

1 lourtst trade u a major: O D. Hataway' ..___....no....__. 12 Just how advertising gets results Tallahassee (ENS) The 7th' Manager Williams based his ments during the week amounted I. \ I

ale I source of income and in- Munch Barber Shop ...... fMcClung by way of distribution $$37,500 LOANEDTO Installment of 10 payments from I' forecast on a very complete survey to $10421100 and were made to. 'j5

e attraction night clubs FUND .FO.R BAND 's I, 19 4k ISo store. 10 of Stuart famous Fishing: Guide j the State Teachers Salary Fundto of damage thus far and on 3062 men and\ 2,383 .women. a I

e hotels, large restaurants, Ideal Taxi.(Cuthbertl! .-.._ 12 a handbook for sportsmen a- Is the county will be made !reported plans for replanting total of 5645These ,

or court of U units or more. Majestic Apt, Mr. and Mrs ; clearly Illustrated\ in a letter'to FARMERS FORCONSERVATION February 15.According. I throughout s. Lode county figures! do not include ..I P

nber.* of commerce, trade Contributions to Date $800 8 Nord'and Mr and Mrs.B. A. C. Kilgour from M. L. Gary, to figures released | Spring tomato plantings' had allowances paid to unemployed 4
date*, governmental unit by Superintendent of Public Inbtructlon
Demske 25 vice president of the Union been estimated at approximately -. veterans from federal funds
Workers! Strive 1
large department (tore*. As Young. Ray 6 Switch tt Signal Company of Colin English total pay 4,200 acres, the market man-. which are tabulated monthly on
-Sustaining, $50, included For $4000 Coal ment to the 67 counties from .
Lower. Mr And Mrs..l. i. 5 Swiss vale, Pa. Jie I igcr recalled Cold damage Is now P statewide basis. ,
those who depend fund for this month is $1782 I
upon I I Bennett Dr, O C, 10 Paul j estImated at 25 to 40 per cent The statewide payments to ..J ,
Band of Swtsavalc and
lots trade for a major or The Stuart High' School Kilgour 91289
.. Soil Improvement Practices This that not destroyed non-veteran for the week re-
Wyckoff H, A. 10 means acreage ;
for funds got Into\ high Schell of Reading. Pa. each landed ;
soiree of Income but who r campaign Martin county will receive $8,- It"
Peerless Ice Cream Co. 10 Cain Favor With Martin I should come Into bearing fiected an Increase over the previous ,
ates In the so-called ''medlt gear this week with contributions afoot sail while fishing bn 82371 of which $585995 is for '
Grower late In March. Some shipments week when $6845250 wall :1
McOeel Grocery -S3 County : 1 :
olnrne" group. For example, running the total 10 far Capt. Ray Young cruiser, Spray, InJI\rucUonallalarles and $98418 had originally been expected to paid. 'P's '- .

courts with less than 25: to Dearly $800 as various communities In the Gulf, Stream last week. U, for i'I
or transportation
TOTAL .. .. _.. _._$1,7a1.50 finch now wears a Stuart-Salt- "Land owners and'operators in tart around March 15: but the State unrmployment compensation i ''i 1

j, medium sized restaurants and organizations made -.. .-.- Martin county received the benefit retarding effects of the cold are of $15 maximum Is paid I' '1'I
host of volume who plans to assist In raising the fish Club release button and Kllaour JENSEN BEACH PTA
large are I ,of approximately $37,500 In expected to set this movement for a maximum at 16 Weeks to : I :
affected Ute tour- $4000 goal has a Pfluegor mount to TO GIVE BENEFIT I 'I'
rectly by CAMP CARNIVAL ornate his northern office loans for soil Improvement practices back materially non-veterans) have earned ,,'

dollar such a* service sta- At Jensen a game party has I ,which were, carried out in NEXT WEDNESDAYThe Very few plants were "car- credits in covered employment. II

s and medium sized depart- been arranged for a week from Kllgour Idea of the best way 948 according to County AgentL. Jensen Beach Parent- i I ned through" the recent cold are unemployed through no fault

t stores Saturday night. Washington I NETS $2,100 FOR' to tell the folks back home the M. Johnson All records of Teacher association will give a,'waves, said Manager Williams cf their: I own and who are registered I it.1rt

- pportlng, 425 In this birthday at which time it U expected story of "florida's Finest Fibb> 4 he new program are kept In benefit games party at the town} However, a good proportion of as available for suitable

dflcatton are other who are a substantial sum will beraised ing" at Stuart was to mall his the agent's office In the Ough- I 1 hall at Jensen Beach at 8 p. m.1 I growers In this area seed their work Unemployed veteians may I!

ctly affected by the tourist I THREE AGENCIES associate! a fishing guide. :The terwn building. I next Wednesday Prizes and refreshments tomatoes in the field. Some of draw $20 a week, while available! '

ed e and who operate In the so-1 Mrs. Marvin Rowell and Mrs ] yearning stirred In the hearts of Johnson! explained that reports the price of will the be tickets Included- III in ,,these whose crops were destroyed work, up to 52 weeks. ''I''I'for I I :

"smaller volume" group northern business men by the Job orders indicate a demandfor
and have already reported the
directing the of owners operatorsare ,
Anita Morrison are !
who Ire recipients of Winter Visitors At Ocean that little !cents Tickets may be purchased ; domestic
a por-1 and are getting substantial I picture and stories first sent to Gainesville for completion of replanting. Others help. s '
of( the tourist dollar, campaign encouragement. Here Breeze Camp Pay For Play handbook Is best told In this\ checking and then forwarded to I from PTA members, Wlloon'sSnack I plan to replant shortly The out Job Beckers Included 4 salespersons I

automobile dealer, small or I of donors to date I II To Aid Fund letter.from. the vice president: Atlanta for payment. Checks for Shop Hoke Ocean Breeze look therefore is )that total acre- 1 newspaper proof reader 4; I- :
a Lance
Bill H lmer'S Diner
U merchants smaller ....".1 Final midwinter .I the new year should be In the camp age will be only slightly below 1 file clerk 1 typist 1 gen ;
i iI. reportsothe Guide
itatlons and personal service Mr .n4 M... Muvln H. lUinll t* "Thank* for the Fishing Brothers restaurant and Hutto,original estimates eral office clerk, 1 cashier; 2 .
I .ll.k.. Iso fund-raising carnival at showing what catchIn hands of local farmers within .1
Kr 15.0. C Just ;you can I Appliance atone.MURPHY
-Pirtlclpatlng, 10. This IIsi.da.oarJa..s cooks. 2 kitchen helper I industrial j
..d Mra. II. l> fulion Ocean Breeze Camp at Jensen Stuart, Florida I dldn see the next two months, he saId. Plants on the re-seeded acre
up Includes other 'whose I 1 nurse. I guard. I waitress :
1 Mn Mn* CvuUni Iii Beach were, released this week any photographs In this The result of the 1948 campaign age maybe expected to produce I
nesses are Indirectly affectby udNJ.P.Rh"Iso -, SURPLUS 1 porter t bartender 1 '1
the\ tourist trade and in- ..4 N,.. II A. TunU7Mr a fcy Harry Hoke, camp owner, and though, with you as the book'l are the greatest since the TO BE SOLD AT tomatoes ready for picking In deputy sheriff. I pin boy; 2 I .
.. .. 10 Williams
M M P. pco'sa and who April. said Manager
sons.' Gene Dick, are holding a soil conservation program < was
duels who have a personal Mr. i4 II,.. H. II. Kr.llMn. 55 cipal figure CAMP NEXT MONTH machinists, 1 prln er 1 bricklayer '
I .f. K. MiC.nlMiM I associated with their father The five foot fUh Anyway. Inaugurated! !the agent static! Prior to the series of cold waves 1 aircraft lr' t'-
rest In the growth of the Nat tHuck.H.nl ,, : goal of $2,000 -> or double last ,This county was originally set up growers In St Luclctiad! expected 3 carpeqtors) '
< If the Illustration In the
; ..
rld Ithlgh ..d l .... (I. K. Ckri l,.MMr. > a year' Intake *r was exceededby are accurate Stuart is the place for $13000 -- tq be prorated to be shipping tomatoes, inlueav' I .
.. T T ewlPaR' Mr:... N... L. C. XlcklltofVollr.lll 1. II. $100, making a net of $2,100 to catch any 'sort pf critter among owners and operators building supplies, at Camp Mur.phy throughout machine operators 1 winch
urged director In PlynbliK Srnrk 5 several full days of entertainment '"ti'i However. several cities did not of April It is now considered
on and I If it weren haveto *4'
1 one of N.s,4N-.A.T.Vssl'a."P-: I I has been set for March cperator 7 truck drivers 1 roofer :
the 13 counties to ,.. ., 5- at the enter Into the to the I'probable that the heavy.voiumeforwardings
Mix M NMMl. ., .r camp. work for living\ I'd be right program
the WAA in
pleU by 11 laborers and I packer. ma- ]
their .. IN05'.yNwi5
working commit. New 5..0sCso..t': A 'Committee Of 'Twelve," down doorstep to catcha extent of tnclr budgeted allotment I will not get under
.. 5'N on your Jacksonville. it was announced chine operator Also registered
and to do a* much prellra- Mn. H. I. .......* selected> from camp residents few of these. and the unused amount way until well along toward the Il1
.. today by L. F Erckert Veterso'sservice for work were, 1 amusement 1 1I
7 .
contacting a* possible ,. J H. r. r>oaMn .u I took charge of all details and received will be used to increase the i,middle of the month.
We: Ckarlva AndmoHMr. officer. manager, 1 floral designer 1 tobacco I UflI'
want to .. Is much enthused -
Complete this N..d w. PirtknrMr high commendation for "My IOn very budget where demands war-
ve by the. end of mitt New <>> M.rirllMr. u" a about the book and I think he A letter from the WAA office buyer, 1 architectural engineer : '
February .. 5 the gala entertainment furnished 'rant the Increase he said. There
Mn Frank
and j
"man said .. .. .. I has familiarized himself with all states that HH priority holders 1 store manager, 1 accountant -
"or be .
well along r v. al,5 -"''n. and for the business-like will be some minor changes necessary VETERANS
1 i H by that ., .r< Mr,. A. H. Ck.,iv.lklShirHI 05N. the different kinds of fish that 'Will have first option on the II NAVY 1 tree surgeon. I
time to enable ... ......' II .. I manner of handling funds. Originally he !stated which will be .
materials include orders and applications
which lumber Employer job
bbla .
director to get a pro- for the Marchof are shown In It. and he's readyto taken within the next
underway." :,. : t 1S1: ;" :: .. !I Dime planned campaign, the owners go to Florida tomorrow or any few weeks care and of shortly thereafter plumbing fixtures, sash Boll 'SOUGHTFORV-G for Jobs should be made 1'' ha '

ltWhlie. the $500 contest N,:'s.d N.'.. 0.1.1;' Gll..s$ .,._ ..1N.dNewLN.55" :I ot the camp decided to kill three other time that might suit me, the farmers sould be receiving pipe wiring, and other Items at the Florida State Employment Ie j
The official date of the sale 'will Service office 127 South Second
* name for'th.. coastal roads sod N... O. M_ Hssatk.,0. IiNo : birds with one stone, to stage a Unfortunately; we are not start. payment ",At present Martin 'I l' .

Unties to attract many par.Ptnta. N0..II.v N.s..I C. W',' --P.."".?. .'to '55PIl..s bigger and better carnival than Ing this winter. Things her are county agriculturists are showIng be announced later Navy veteran are sought for Street Job orders will also betaken Is
The Stuart News will telephone (No 506INCHU '
publish over
., .. ... slow but the ''weaUrerhaan'
Newman aald. He said 51.5.1., -' ., 55 ever before and to divide pro- pretty more Interest In soil conservation : re-enlistment now V-8 Inactive
,. Mn Wllliui Kiss next week complete list of ;
N end a
Ictal contest blank, which Mr. Bn4 II... Fn4 .. Ru* ... ,! .. II cords with the Infantile Paralysis \ been too tough this winter than at any time In I reserve. James H. Reardon, jr.. 4eI

** be used art available at ,MA............N 4..N". .M,. Artkur J. Morrt.O...U_-... 55 Ii (Foundation, the Martin and, altogether, I suppose ,\the past." he added. available March at Items which and various the dates IndIviduals in- Lt Cdr, USNR, said today, and THE WEATHER *

chambers or commerce and si.dN.s.ses.U.As-'ls -.5 Hospital and the Red the first hundred year are go- ------ interested to
"1 N,. 5sk.. ..,..... ..., .. ..i... 0N..dN.5.I'hUP'sW County log to be-the hardest, the same and agencies will be per- persons are urged .P., 'h. psal 0.ok. .. ,se"54'd Io,
leading business place ,_ Cross. The committee voted to i I contact him Eight good reasons 5.5. SIa. U. 5. w....... ,........ I

e coolest, close at midnight N,5t5.KI.oO N'N.vl5K.CN5' ... .: give $1,500 toto the polio committee -i g* always," DR: H W. NEAILENTERTAINS mitted to make purchases. for lining up In this set-up are CIt, It.U ,II'..'". lI..dl...

niary 21 N.s.5.D.5'." $500 the local$ hospitaland "Anyone who cab spend the AT I given In an advertisement on L=? "'0.__
: ..:..:......: SNo.sd ROTARY CLUB SATURDAY, FEB. 22
+- ltm* A. O. M.n toward the coming I winter down thtre Is certainly I
5.5. M.lk- SINew $100 IS ANNUAL POPPY DAY Page 3 of today paper. P.S.. 5 SI IiP.S.
o. rROWLEiU MAKE H. _.h BltanrallMr .t ,I Red Cross drive. I lucky, and I am Just a bit Jealous 7 10 55.
._ I The American Legion and: CElliRATION "ph. 11 ,. '
ANT HAUL SUNDAY Mr: O..n4 C New WklUk 1 R. r. S.rButbtl '' IS The committee members stat. but that doesnt help very Dr. H. W Neall, distinguished PLAN r.b.: .. 4', "

.._..... '.. 5N ed that to many hundred people' much, for I have to till take the winter resident here who retired Auxiliary 'will conduct the annual FT, PIERCE Feb. 13-'Ii'NSI-( ....... 55 u .. \
.. .
1'OW1t.. who broke Into the Hs..s.d:' V.G.PsaSi NewL'so' ...'-''Cisos--... -' : I SN had contributed labor, time and rap up here In the wintertime. after 35 years a* Chief Medical Poppy. Day sale In Stuart. Plans have. been formulated by .rb.. 11 TI"If..srols .

art M office ..4Mr. New 5. .. ,.._ II.. towards the success of' "Thank again for the book. Examiner of New York City', entertained Saturday,. Feo 22 Proceeds go the Chamber of Commerce for
early. Bunday ..... T.lsa., money IN UI "ALI.
n>* A > .. Stuart Rotarians at to hospitalized war veterans who celebration to mark the openIng -
... ISN
made a scant haul ae., II.. I. W. Psn.-.s' the event that, It would be Impossible -
... N. a. i. ...-.. 5 have earned spending money by of East .5,5. 7 .I* I
nit to officers who reported .. .... INo to thank; each one personally luncheon Wednesday with moving the Florida Coast P.S.. ..a .It
t.besides a few missing let Pe.15.P.sav.v.r... c........ "However we do wantto CROP FREEZE LOWERS pictures of a fishing and making the paper floyers which Railway new Lake Okeechobee-
' "' O. Subrr..r. .... -" I WAGES OF LABORERS hunting expedition to Alaska. have, become a national tradition Fort Pierce cutoff line now nearIng :"'' '
sos the :...:
general delivery ::. ..< Mn. W H ataK ,,::. : 15 publicly express our appreciation
" .,.. .... 5N. since the poem, "In Flanders -. The celebration
") office was undisturbed Mn. *:.sa.a H. ai>dn4 for the generous\ donations The/ doctor ''I'll'Introduced by completion. 'T OES'
* ** 5t5 to .. ..< Mnt C. A. MrMliiMrBIMrt SS Following terrific financial Field ,The Poppies Grow"memorialized Hill be held about March 1, The T :
&the ease have U4.. N.. M lOOr ISIS of ,the merchant and businessmen the club program chairman. D.
55iad, a1Uousj'Jsispects .., W. U .rrBl. .., I In Stuar\. Jensen and Fort losses from the recent freese. the sacrifices made railroad will run a special train
. 5Mi S. Hudson, who told of Ills hobbyOf
bttn held fop eenti\ Mn, ..t< L....0.-. C B. ".I-.. '. 5N Pierce who gave a great varietyof Indlantown farmer. met Friday .art. and picture along with by the fighting men of our*country from tho lake end, bringing ''''' ; :
tQQIequentl, reieaaet. AI.- .,. ..4 Mn. Ex* T, ....., 51 IS merchandise for the K con. night at the Semlnole Inn and till love for outdoor \life Dr. resident of that area to. Ft 511.0 ... 10. ....... fop st4: ...... hIss
ad N.E. D.N ... .. I 5isIs4 Tlnyssli'p4.Idd
t. 4l.
. t.Poetmuier HaroM Sehu :,: S.d siPs. A: Ci gsss. 55N. cession at th*' carnival, for unanimously agreed to pay /Colored : Neal stated introductory remarks Pierce for the occasion. I .So.uSS aNnis .
.... dis .. T t'd" 0.555s ...- .. labor a lowered wage of SCHRECKINGOST IS rOO'' SINS. ... 5 .h.s.'s Ie 5lrntN
*owei'ecj $5t ..* door ,. W. 55. 55.t y'' .. I INewIsfLAt".4. prizes\ at various parties and for that& h. had traveled widely AT MRS. KRAFT CERTIFIED ,, lot.,
fOci : : 5N' $3.50 a day for colored women WILt MANAGER
had .
bsi JIlted open cash. they before coming to Stuart With\ C'w.
5 <14.50< VERO STATION Tallahassee-The State Department lew
ell'' *-N'st and for colored
a day men.
toppse, a ehI..., MrM' B. li.JIII.. -..' .. .. his retirement year In view h* As. cc. as. ye.
I I .. 35 DAVIE ORANGE FESTIVAL Monday. Hobe Bound farmer Tom Schreckengoat, former of Education Issued 5'55. 54 5,55 5,54 5.55 544,
II\\. tla, eee .. no 4 : jwsr s: : ..... iii; ; .said he was studying localities P.S. 5,54 554 liO 'lONeP.0
: teacher certificate in January
I5f1 their au : Dtvle .,"- Th Fourth Annual began paying 30 cent and,40 recreation director of Stuart, has 341 1: :. 1,51 415 15.55 5.esc's. :
b.st0i0jt, report park".theft ::4i:; 5*. Si.dd I Orange Festival will be held her cent .an,hour for farm labor. with the view of selecting' a been appointed manager of tht I according to figure released :: ... :: .5,45 1"l:" .:mr. '_ _
: ..... and
I ebeaq had been .. .... New )(.5,1.54 N. II....,'... 11II. Feb. 31, a, and 23, with exhibit The reduction was made 'neces-:placate settle! permanently new WIRA station at,Vero Beach, by Superintendent of :t. : i: ,.., 11'11:
dIsturbed ..
.... ...... .. .. C. II i after wide and careful study he announcement by PublK). Instruction Colin English '''' 55 'I
CIne ttinpiemenle 5s.s of livestock, cltfUl-tabtea) oar)'. U was reported, not only according ,__ ._I__ '._ ,_ ,
for hIid =;;.5'S.. S..bah* *es.SI T. S.Ib..p-. ,1 and ethet. produce from UU rich by the trap ton but also by tee 'elected Stuart a* the moat Ideal Douglas Sliver President the I this week. Included was i temporary

.... ,. No t'I1o. 5,5. .lT.ip-",I. 0i4sa-sd 5Yvl.sd. C are* .will be amonf the largest. pre'flOlll'low price of farm product ,*n". wndalte on which to build Indian River Broadcasting ; company I certificate tq Mr.,Clarisse ,The sapling of today are the.
f were I a *a*.rout home and to spend O
.. Register Kraft. tomorrow..
.- ever .ho n In BMtk. MoiMa.. *. I sawlogs .
I the'Msttlnder. 6f hU life.

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\\4 work in Stuart Dr Lloyd J. Net- i .==:-0O'O': =::::::::lOCloc==::aOCIO Mrs. Mary C Buttot. Mn.'Fja- NEW YORK'QUUTS men were teed to sum ,
120 BABIES BORN to of West Palm Beach was has TEACHERS GET nle Brown, Mr, and )Are. CtoarlM RECALL COLD SfIIAPOFTHETIiHtl1f.S In Mew. York, but' when ft
1 worked at the hospital alnee. It TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Kindred Don Romanelloi Jack cury>t here dipped intq h
was built this week wrote Mill r Braouse, Harry Webb a W Long, Cliff Stoddard, Earl Danfort ,thirtIes they hovered dt!
HOSPITAL IN Maryl Schackelford: director of =: : 0=0-:lOCl.C::=: ion .CI-=== LOCAL SUPPORTFOR John Gray and the hosttsa J.frL Archie and Frank Weaver; win- their,fire and Wondeltd i

I f the annual fund, drive, to add I By Russell Kay Loy The next ,meeting wilt be ter residents, of Jensen Beach! man, winter had turoi"
: his)' commendation to that of Killing the that lay the golden U universal) March 10.DISTINGUISHED. from the Adirondack of Hamilton i table on them Alt
i : goose egg OBJECTIVES York warp Hamilton County,New
YEAR R OF 1946 'then' : Here la his letter: 'ly recognized as an unprofitable practice, but PUBLISHER Cqunty of winter New back. horn reminded sharing the "unusualat Ton

"'1 'am very glad to be In a ly there are some folks who insist on unfortunate.j ............. I HERE ON CRUISER ELAUH during the cold map this week [ Jensen Beach wen! t,
aid In time tested axioms and in the
position to any way 1 can consequence
to Fuller John and
told not ,
Dr. L. J. Net Praises Facilities In the successful performanceof Florida's golden citrus egg U staggering Members of the Martin County: a Hale, 84, distinguished when they were report Ants
and Efficiency of a drive for Martin County sorry condition that citrus interests are viewing the situation Classroom Teachers Association: editor and publisher of the Con- for work because It* too Sanford Schooiunaker.: Pelcher, 8tt,

"' Institution Hospital.It has been my privilege with genuine alarm. 1 meeting for a covered dish Supper nte.kut Oasett for W years I II cold" trade I and John A. WUlard George
by these
y to be a visiting surgeon In this There are probably a lot of reasons for the slump In i at the home of Mrs. Ruby K.; visiting Stuart today while on
The servicewhich' Martlr Institution since it was first citrus prices; unseasonable weather has a lot to do withit Loy, Monday were assured of an overnight stop on cruiser
County Hospital ha performet' built> and prior to that in the j but the old evil of shipping green fruit is a primary cause support of the Kiwanis club, the DaIs, of Fort Lauderdale.H* and
for the '1.000''residents of Uv tld hospital across the road We have been doing it for yean and then when the.reaction PTA and Dr. Charles A. Carrlel his wife are guests of Mi son LET .US
county and for many visitor "I can truthfully say that nets in we howl our head) off, And the blame rests In securing the following objectives and wife, Mr and Mrs Warren
il during the last 12-month parlor there la no finer Institution oft with the growers as much as it does with the shippers. : : Teacher tenure after three! Hale of Fort Lauderdale where BEAUTIFY OU HOME
I if\ graphically told in a statistics kind to my knowledge any. Both growers and shippers know that September fruit years'' service, retlremnet after' the ton Is In the construction
: report released this week. here in the country Facilities is not fit to eat yet they insist on rushing it to market. Ship 25 years' .service and a minimum, business ith
,I f'i Last year"* record of tb Ire at hand which make performance pers who have contracted for fruit. are besieged by 'growers yearly salary of tl.500 for teacher i Editor Hale Ia proud of his
:stalks vltIU; which totalled 7' having B.A. degree, which BARREL OR t CEMtejfTlLE ROOF
i of major surgery a* begging them to pick it "early" the growers are years, declaring "I dons havean
was topped! this year by 120 neirslderits onvenlent a* any hospital I afraid of a freeze: and don't breathe easy until their fruit I II In accordance with the recommendation ache: or pain I've never
I who made their tiff live worked In, both here andn (fit off the trees and the sooner the'better. Shippers hoping! of the Florida Cltlsen -i Indulged In any bad habit in Fort Pierce RoofnliLand Tile C C&
," appearance under skilled med' other states. to hit a fancy market take a chance on green fruit They '* Committee. 1 my life." He retired from active
cal care at the local recelvlr "I dent believe one could say may come out all right but the taste they leave In the con- A carefully planned and equitable business in 1930,and has traveled Phone 1022 act Pierce,
\ :; !fome oo many nice thing about your turners' mouth U so bitter that it kills the market-: for better salary schedule was approved all over; the world, winning
Besides 483 patient who er resent superintendent, Mia fruit later on. by the CTA for submission the title of "Connecticut Dean
tired tor emergency treatment Ilelsen, and her work in Martin Our attempt ,to. regulate the shipment of green fruit to the county Board of Public Traveler," Beside his Journalistic -
t W patient!, spent 3,40S days < Vwnty Hospital, I have op- by law has, been' a dismal failure: Chemists may play Instruction for its subsequent activities which Included
the hospital, these patient f rated there on many occasion around with their tent tutu's all they likebut they can't approval and adoption.,. a term a* president of the state l.ew..ae- sAL WIT"M
quired 52,205 meals, preparedthe Ince Miss Nielsen first came to make an immature orange or grapefruit taste like a ripe Teachers attending the meet- editorial association, membership ; sr a STUART'a"er
over-taxed kitchen dash tuart, and I freely state that one. The color-added process may make fruit attractvce Ing were Mrs Louise Harrell!, In the state and national
\ a period when food and lab V operative work hat never, in appearance but the consumer doesn eat the skin and Mrs Ivyl Pirtle, Mri f D. Jones associations: and the World Ass'=Ma My M FEED STORE
price were at a pout-war pee ten done under any more pleas- from the consumer' standpoint an orange is either goodto I Mrs. Harris Lowery, sr. Mr.Eddie Press Congress, he I II also a lee- / r10NIeM'MP1Ar10N A,1p yeul lietXH
.I A weekly venereal clinic w it circumstance surrounding eat or it Isn't, and when,the housewife' goes to her favor- Lee Smith, Mrs. Virginia turer of repute eswses1 i
i I conducttd throughout the ye ny and all function peculiar tot ite grocery More or fruit stand and pays through the nose I Brock:, Mrs H. B. Kraft Miss. He first came to Florida 58
tor 80 caae. Local and visltl' operating room. Miss Nielsen ,for Florida fruit that looks! nice" and then get home to Dlney Emit, Mr. Hazel Orman, yean ago when he was the first
!surgeon performed 140 ope always had the, patient find that the darn stuff isn't fit to eat, /she just naturally Mrl. Fannie Jackson, Mrs Arthur guest at the Detroit hotel In Bt
lions and every surgeon t ady for surgery through the lays off of citrus fruit for a long time to come. Sims, Mrs Edith Glenn, Mrs. Petersburg The Elan: has takena
a tone on record, attesting: to t' roper preparation, everything I You and I do the same thing right here In Florida Agnes Mulhaupt, Mr. Carl Roth week's cruise across the Inland
efficiency of the manageme \ working order and In Its prop. In the summer time We step Into a store and pay from Mr. BlUle Huddle, Mrs W C waterway and U returning to
I, and the facilities at the Stu place so that I could imme- 1 60c to |t for a honey dew melon. We are fond of honeydews Caveny, Mn Myra Schroeder, Fort Lauderdale, her home port. YOU WILL NEVER GET THE BRUSH WHEN YD
Institution, ately start my work without and look forward to a real treat. Then when we sit! '. DEAL WITH THE ATOMIC TRIO i
II Last week the Stuart Ne ly undue delay after my ar- down to the breakfast table and find that our costly melon .Atomic Trio Grains of Wisdom
published a letter from Dr. val is as green as grass and t so hard that Wit can't even get a : ,
; Wilfred Ney of New York C'' "Miss Nielsen haa also provedbe fork in it we are off honey dews for a long time, Electric Water Heaters He I Is Rich Whose IIMMM Is More Thai UFxpenMei
'Oho" is ending his first yea a capable anesthetist, and Wecan spend two million or ten million for that matter e and He I* Poor/ hose Expn
,! ie has a personality which advertising Florida citrus in newspapers, national magazines Exceed*Jjis Jncome|
j STUART WELL/DRILLIf ould make it hard for one to and through other mediums!. We can show pretty
I unable to pictures of full-colored and tell of its health Always the Happy Ld* the AUtnic Trio,
Quick Service,/ We try work smoothly juicy, fruit 15 Gal Table-Top Water Heaters ELDOl
"! please you. quire al 3 th her value until we are blue in the face and it will be like throw- KENNY AND .MCK
W 6th X p/ Box NXStulkjf "In my opinion Miss! Nielsen ng money down a rat hole, if we fail to back up that advertising PHILCO RADIO COMBINATION Once You Make A Ptchat Rere
II ,h Florida xme to Martin County Hospital with honesty and a dependable quality product" You Will AlwaylCocjr Back.

,t (p.' SYD JONESSparbrite t a time when they needed Just It might worthwhile' to supplement our citrus inspection SMALL 5 AND 6 T\BE RADIOS FROZE OUT T 7 'MT FARMER THAT ISM? 1
,; \ --- tch a person, and I would service by adding a few disinterested unbiased TABJfE SEE US FOR THE BEJJISEEDS ON THE MARItt'
heartily recommend that every onsumers Let a few housewives, typical of those we COMPLETE LINE OF CLYTRJt HOUSEHOLD cLokneck
:j rI :fort be made to keep her theren must depend upon for our market give our early fruit the APPUAN7 WE OFFER Sumrt Squash, St E'
I the Interests of the beat poa- "taste", test. They will tell you {in a hurry whether it"is Cucumber, M teeter\ smbere, A4C CUCM

\ ,, '. ..".,It. t.r t. ble medical and surgical serve tit to eat or not. No matter what other testa,the the fruit EXPERT RADIO and-AP/LIVCE REPAIRS era, BlaksleeJlVatermeliln, Duu Queea, Gee
r ...: 'I.:1 /;. to the citizen of Martin may have met, if it fails to pass the consumers "taste" test RattleaMik Steno Mew V air. Cannonball
"1 -' 1 1 1j ,'. County and surrounding terrljrie then it hat no business on the market and it shouldn't be \
: 1 1 <,. This More, Mid employees the only one i is
i I shipped.
_, : .I Some old timers wag their heads and tell you that It HUT county) arc member of the Ma\in County Chan

::1\:1I I: r is "impossible" to stop the shipment of green fruit, and I' of Commerce.
'RIVE LAUNCHED WITH From what has been going on in Florida year after year 1 / t
i* ready to give YORKERS' LUNCHEON am inclined to agree with them. I doubt if it can be done
'I I RADIO i Stuart
your floor and rugs the by law or regulation, but until we do find, some answer to I
; : attention they need. Spar The Martin County Hospital this: problem a lot of people are going to get hurt not only 204 Oaeeola Ave, Opposite Fire pt.
1 trite und-raising drive WM launched in citrus business but just about ,
prices wietitKtn. meet any people directly. the everyone 21
; I';: co out Friday at a luncheon at' in Florida for the industry I is dominant, and when citrus l
"hlsholmi for torn 40 volun- folks suffer all of us must take the rap along with. them In
; t Floo caper y sanded ser worker of the campaign. I' one way or another.
'1"" I and irsis ed. yOU D. 9. Hudson, treasurer of the In a column I wrote a few years ago on this same subject -
Uf'! CHOO lospital board, gave a resume of, duringa similar situation to the present I suggested
; TM KIND OF he history of the Institution 1 that: { one way we might put a stop to the green fruit evil
I ,I' FINISH pia ic, bakelite, stating that It costs approximate' was to turn honest and use some of the millions of dollarswe The
J laquer, el c, varnish I} $50.000 a year to operate the collect for advertising purposes to warn consumers thatif N
,''t. tine ombinations hospital (while the Income they buy Florida fruit in September regardless of its appearance
+ thereof. 'coats are' imounts to about $29000, leave it is not fit to eat and urge them to wait until it PALM CLUB'S
1, buffed. AI floors cleaned ng a similar amount to be is ripe.If. ,
alsed each year to keep the we can't stop the shipment of green fruit maybe we
and wax or bakelite cob out of the red He added might protect the consumer and prevent his buying it. In
topped andAlphalt aced. that there Is no endowment and any event an advertisement placed In the nation metropolitan Valentine Day Party
/ 'he hospital must depend on papers headed "WARNING: FLORIDA FRUIT
ti d linoleum ontrtbuttons to make up the ISN'T FIT TO EAT Don't buy GREEN fruit wait until it
laying a..' b F. deficit each year is ripe," or words to that effect would prove so startling ,SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15th
Rugs and Dr. Frank C Combe, directorof that it would! do a lot more good than harm
ar ting cut Bellevue hospital of New York I know it sounds ridiculous, but.'it makes a lot more '
aDd laid. City, wa the guest speaker He sense than killing the market and kidding ourselves and M 6 Miles North Of Stuart '
Rugs de ed. Pickup traced man* fight for health our customers the way we've been doing for years I venture .
and delivered service. from the days when religion and to say that every green Florida orange or grapefruitthat ON
Tack. superstition controlled It until finds its way tol market kills the sale of a .thousand '
carpe ont science began to take over. The ripe ones later in the season. Federal Highway No 1 \ -

l' t ,floor, :oldest hospital In existence today ..........- -- 1 '
'Sanding d he said, I* in Paris It was W. want our children prow uo to be such person Follow The Crotoa For
i a polishing I Plenty of
.N established 660 AD The earliest that illfortune, if they meet with it, will bring out strength 0J ,
1 :machine 10 gent. institution of this kind In in theist, and that food fortune will net trip them spy. but ." '
the U 8 .... on Manna:tan Island make them winner*. Laugh r jtfuic Dancing
In 1663 for the East Edward Sandford Martin"FOOD"
Write Call set up "
or Collect En\
India Co. employees. The mod I f Originality
SPARBRITE ern method ofoperating hospitals
1 II *o scientific and call -Y.u' The Spot I, ,. .' ,

I VERO BEACH for Ices such that highly the expense specialized 1 II sp..great serv. To R Jt aiWTSpend A Delightful, Evening: ,

r that small Institution can seldom t
be self-sustaining, he old.Jr' _ sg THAT'S TEMPTING CHOICE WHISKIES\/ ES and LIQUORS -

... is Ise 3. -;. THAT'S DELICIOUS .

Its s tits to st1 THATS ECONOMICAL

I Jr'Jr'I # K. Express Your LoveVALENTINE'S AT .1';,
tL Your Favorite Mixed Drinks Ice Cold 7 I Bottled 4'a'I

i On Premium B ors
GOOSE"When '
"THE BCUE < ."' I ,

} DAY : .1
WithBEAUTIFUL Your Appetite lVeen/nd You,Want A a V .
Hearty, Satisfying Meal, the Place to Com \ OROHESTR'Dancing '
t ,:. UFELONGJEWELRY Our Meal Are Carl ly Prepared .
C Ye* Get Cenrteovs, Attentij erviec and Price f '

., Are Reaso D.I / 4ocktail i
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Watch note Watch _
Jay-Kel Compact Inyt Ring YOUR:, FAVORITE '

s Jay-Kel Costume Gold.FJafed Cigarette Pin t:Locket Earring Case' ly ig Leather tte Lighter Wallet a ,"By" JAhnn; "FOLLOW THE CROWD\, FOR<"';FUN!

",. to match crew Key Ring BEER, UQ/ORS and WINES
''f Expert Watch RepairingLaPOIIITE'S U Wor uaranteedEngravisi ICE COLD/REMIUM BEERS: i

t' Crratal sited While ow Wait PACKAGE GOODS CEO. CASPER. \
Baer ,, ,

OPEN DAILY.10:00 A. M.TILL Ii30 A.. fit '

Except Sunday ... PacluLgc Goods. "' .'
ij otad as tame Jetfclry of ,.r ,

1 VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLAB a, M:1: :. North of Stuart oft. M. Hi-Way


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'IAL'NEWS'" and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.t'RANCESG.IIMlTH.'lleelelEdllor paper must reach the newspaper" ,!" I !1 *1

::E.before BOOB on Wednesday fitl

t Home 11S-W Office Phone SMLA !
B__ y . .. "


Ernest Davis, whose ',Inlln that time he will\ be glad to dls- '
TUESDAY The OE3 Circle met Thursday Patrol 1 of the Girl Scouts visit with Mrs. Proom's parents ,1 A representative of the Social 1, I' I .

[The Stuart Parent-Teacher afternoon at Woodman Hall for met Tuesday at the Methodist Mr and Mrs R. O Judson. Mrs 'recently ao inspired the congre- Security Administration Field cuss the old-age and survivors "I.)( 1'1 t
I Proom 1s .radio script writer Eallon; will sing "The Lord Is 1
clatioh will celebrate Found- Insurance provisions of the Socrlal :
a regular business session Plans for a covered dish supper ;Office In West Palm Beach. 1:1 4 4
having been associated with the My Light by staIner. With Mrs \ :
Is' Day at Ui4, monthly meet- were made for a games party Valentines were used as nation's leading broadcasting ,Florida, will be at the Court Security Act and to take applications I )I''
Davis he will sing the duet, LovDivine'
Tuesday, Feb 18, at 8 p. m. Feb. 21 at 8 p. m. at Woodman place cards and games followed stations. She .U well known for :Room In the Court House at for benefits under this ( I ,

the Civic Center Mrs, I. C. Hall. to which the public I is In- a short business session Present her Dale Carnegie programs. Mr.'t by Allltsen The sermon ,Stuart, Floraa, on Tuesday, Feb program ,\\1' \
by Dr. Chas A. Carrlel be
thong, Jr., rounder' Day ,'Ited. Those present were Mrs. were: Patricia Gilmore, Joyce Proom II an Insurance eompasy: I :' I! i I IJ. .
"The Christian Answer To
airman, au arranged a birth- F. T. Maurer Mrs. J J. Click, Edenfleld, Jeanne Clements, executive I >,

ly party, complete with btrth- Mrs. George L. Rowley, Mr*. H. Carol Mann, Evelyn Reps Mary --1 I Oreed.. Lu 923.; i J.j J.i '

cake and candles, commentating : Alice DeLoach Mrs. L. E. De- Robert John Wynne, sort of 1'\ C. '
y Reddellen Mr
George McPherson Loach, Mrs. .Jolly Bozone, Mrs. Capt. Charles J. Wynne of BewaU'1 -
the 60th anniversary, ofe ,'Mrs Stuart Gilson.:Mr*. '
this week
Hubert Clements patrol leader. Point CHURCHDIRECTORY T
founding of' the organfza.n Wllllani Olvef, Mr. W. C. Armor from Miami for a short visit. r NOTICECITY 'I- t

Student of Mr.' Fannie Mrs P.. L. Steelman, Mrs. O. B. MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL with his father and aunt. ,Mrs'

Jcksons tlxth 'grad. will pre- Cadwcll Births: Mr and Mrs. Carl SrJ- Marsden J. Perry. He was recently : j., .

liit a play using a Founder"" PELICAN var Indlantown, daughter I discharged from the Army after .' PleaT:- BAPTIST' j'" II'\ t i
Feb. two 'eal'l'and 11 months 3,5 Aheew A.
Gladys, S, Mr. and Mrs
ttFV faator
theme. VIE FOR SAIL HONORS 1I11L Awuu> .
Clarence Pendarvls, son Robert service of which IT months was Iun4ay-.p : / ;
Mr and Mrs. Henry A. Buff Y... .. w. lIu..r., M..I ] 'it\\
JURISTS ANNOUNCE Carl, Feb. I, Mat and Mrs, A. spent In British New Guinea and 11 M 5n. M.irntaaW.pkla, \ '
) guests at Pelican Hotel from 11 <,I.t .. Tralnlal' UnMia.u / .
his .
P. the Philippines where he won p
daughter, TheresaAnn
VO EVENINGS OF Forest Hill L. I..each landed a > r. .. I.u: ," Wur.hii. After February 17 25 tent penalty will T
Feb 8.Admitted. Battle Star. 1 A I.e.errt 1. ..nl...'....4 tII. .h..k a per +
MEBTAINMENTThe sailfish off SU Lucie Inlet with ."... .I.,, tho on.r 1 ., e hfldn. ..n..
and discharged: e i ..... .ereleea be added to delin\uent'Accounts on license
Stuart Tourist club will Capt. Charles Olaspell aboard .... I
the Spray Mrs. Buff who 1 II Frederick Spring; Mrs Phillip L F Burch of Eastman, Oa The clear-cat, forceful messages W.Of.: p.y_-, Midweek vm>. ....,.. 'id I fI
eel at the civic center for avered taxes. Pay :
W. Knisk, of Mr., .
Jupiter Island the overnight guest
; was I
dish lupper and !- leading the women* division of of Dr.. Ogletree/ .are st,- rmsTaifrist .I .
: pool.as Mrs Dan Fagan, Admitted. Mrs and Mrs Harris Lowery sr. on SaUnta t..
and program meeting next Stuart Sailfish Tourney, caught trading a good attendance at IILDEa> C. H. AU:" TimUt : .
Button Wood, Jupiter Island; his. way to Pompano. Burch was su.d.y-
luraday evening l' and boated an eight-foot three. Kllsha Neppa Reeves, Mo. head of the Georgia.Food Administration -, the revival services at the Firnt! rums I, at.. Sunday' achord..; .
Tomorrow night. a Valentine inch sail weighing SS pounds II." a. m.. Muntlnr wuraalp.THS /\o.
andis Baptist church. Dr. _
the Oglelne
during war / t.05 y. Yount too -mini.
She also! caught two large Dolphin .
will be II'
u party staged bye .and! .one 20-pound King MRS. CONRAD IS HOSTESS a lifelong friend of the. Lowery. pastor of the Central Park W.4.."....p.tveniee.'_ aee.I.s :
tourists at the center. The ...
AT SUNRISE INN TUESDAY family. I 1 05 p.a MId w..k p..r.r tine
mackerel Baptist church of Birmingham -
iblic I invited to both .
attain. shared Mrs Q W. Conrad entertained >-.e-- '; CHURCH OF GOD I 1ni
Buff honor with his .
speaks twice daily. Monday Port a wall ,
wife by landing a sail which at one o'clock luncheon Tuesdayat Mr and Mrs Dade Lees of Her. W. F. a...... rats f = '
AJ. AND MRS. KRUEGER Capt: Olaspell eatlmated'to be the Sunrise Inn at Port Bewail York, Ontario, left Tuesday ,for' through Friday, at 9 a. m ('anna 8rh"o) It A. M..... d1 '
'S 11..1. W.rhfe It- .t '11
and 7 3D The services
: ,
after 'which the guests went to .their Canadian home after' p e.de 5.55 1.0:
and Mr Albert P. Kruer over eight feet, six Inches long )'.1.., Nehl. YI'C.: 7:50
Maj! I the Conrad new home Pine- spending three weeks at the Robert will continue through Friday,

are the parent of k babyrl The boated fish was IS released mackerel.Buff also I crest, on Bt; Lucle blvd for an J. Peck home at Tropical Feb. 21. The public Is Invited. ST JOSEPHS. CATHOLIC_. I
one pound 7. C..4 A t
born Sunday at Martin '' Music is furnished the
afternoon of bridge. Quests were Farms. Lees was born In Stuart by IItV. T. J. t.S.ARY> Pater

unty Hospital The )'ollna1&dy. Miss Marguerite Hand returned Mrs E. H. Bess, Mrs O. C. Whit- while It was a part of Dade: Chorus Choir of the Baptist .. aWIMe mvi 8..01. R. 5 sod II
i been named Theresa Anne Church with Mrs. G. L. hclcn- \Yo. k D... ... .
ener and Mrs ofrrederlcktown. named. m Veterans _,
Floyd which he
II. Tuesday to her home In Cleve- Qruver county for was I .,", Pidr .r oh .snnth 7,11 .... Navy
her aunt, Mrs. Carroll Duns-: Mrs. his field, as director' .,. I 'Ii I
land after two weeksas Mo.; Frank This was his first visit to I'.nre.lon Sot..da 4 to I p o u .S5u } l'
I ; ,. n.11 .. ..
mbe and her
> grandmother
k the guest of Mrs William Molsberry and Mrs. Floyd Batch natal place In 40 years and he II..... 5t JuVI/eI. to:.... Club 7 and Ii
i q late Mri. A. R. Krueger I,ChteholmW.V.WILSON. er of Orl neIl, Iowa, Mrs W. R. marveled at the development of, QUEEN CONTESTANT IN .. ...

Leach, Mrs J. E. Taylor, Mrs. this section of Florida. I AZALEA FESTIVAL EPISCOPAL SFIIVICESI. I t"

I Talmadge Wilson and Mrs.Evans -- l I.. wet. "'a.Thud.'. su..t0I. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE! I .

: Crary of stuart. Prizes were won Col. and Mrs: E. P, Noyes of: Rev' .. k. 'CNTON ..A.. Reaoeau.A.r.l .

by Mrs. Whitener and Mrs crary. BewaIl' Point entertained at '. ... 0\. N. 1t..1, C..mnololl. J" :
Jr. dinner Wednesday night for Mr" 91u, A..!M. Chuwh S.h..I.II .. .. i a aV6
eo A. a. "I.t liu.dar 10 .h month Re-Enlisting Now In The J :
GLORIA CAY LOVYERT and Mri. Floyd Hatcher and Dr.: H.Ie' .,Coamen.OI5 Rund.er. M""lo. "I'necr.so .1 I' I :
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY'Mr. and Mrs Frank Molsberry of ., P. M. Y..... I'NM..IC. II..Uo.

TAX CONSULTANTto and Mrs. Harris Lowery, GrinnelU Iowa and Mr. and Mrs ALL SAINTS i .'
jr."were! hosts at a buffet supper O W. Conrad of Stuart. The w'dIStrd Inactive Relerve( :;

Sunday evening at thelf home on Iowa guests arrived In Stuart Rand ,Inorb Mnnlh.0m ,
assist Taxpayers In preparation of t lr 1846 Income Ii" M. Hdr C-.unltn.
.:Cardinal Way, St. Lucle Estates. Friday and are guests at the
Returns and 1M7 Income Tax, EitlmJcsl! I marking the third birthday of FIRST' METHODIST CHURCH
Victory hotel They are' firends .. W. G. Ald.14.. r..... //0
MONDAY.TUESDAYEDNESDAY their daughter, Gloria Gay of the Conrad who lived Jn tll. Church Wllk .*. Chin. MEANS JUST THIS I YOU '

THURSDAY- F DAY Young Miss Lowery received an Grinnell for several years J..j;. m. 11..010 I In,1' / : '
I'nhllc I Nnrhl>, ,
array of lovely gifts and a huge n m
54,5, : : Ymitoir Pws/r/ ; .11..1.
February 24, 25, 27/nd 28th, 1947 birthday cake bearing three LIFE: OF LIVINGSTONE ',11 p V: n m.I I'ul..Hour He" Wifwalnir ,.Mt.'' ,7h.. wn n.l'er. '5,. I 1. You protect you*' rate, since yois enroll, in the rating t 1 Ii'

riarmnULlotcl candles. Following dinner movies TO BE SHOWN IN MOVIES' vital 1 to beet Ibefe. eblld.. .in I IIs held at d charge. )
Office Nd 208. Bide.Frgram .' of family events were 1AT METHODIST CHURCH o-.y 4ulolI Ise ........." you J 1 .
( Heal But r icel Besides the host the 'hown'l The public Is Invited to a free riywryhe.d.r. -'I" l p .. MM.vmk ....1<<.. I 2. YOU WILL NOT CALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY "' ,
(Just of FE<1 Sta. I will ._ >
west VttilMa hrartr KkWMt
v a <
and her brother
; motion picture program at the I. .11 .4. ...._. EXCEPT BY.YOUR OWN EQUEST UNLESS A r J''
guests were Mr and Mrs John' Methodist church Sunday at NATIONAL EMERGENCY OCCURS. In such 1

U Menninger and son, 7:30: p. m. when the We of Liv- -. ...- -.- FIRST I.PRESBYTERIAN'ho w._.'. Club HUIICli case you would probably ft called to colors any : .'
Former Government Audit** Fees Reutbqable Malco1m'l a.., C. A. C.rrf.t.. Puts
Mr. Mrs Glenn
Member Chamber l>1 Commerce ingstone will be shown,' Palatka, Miss Mary Catherine 110.: w .. Hu.oIar .......1, Wwna'. way. IIJ) A
son, David, Mr and David Livingstone Is credited Mclnnla, sponsored) by the 'I ufc. Jonloi.Adult ll ., .
MRel aeelnRrn
Lowery Sr, Mrs Mae Clark and with pioneer work in opening Gainesville Chamber of Commerce Pre-y II....'. al 3. You mat request a summer cruise of two weeks .

William H. Mitchell darkest Africa to trade and the has been entered In (he 11... w .W..h'p" M... Artftur' w.,vlc l I.''k.w.",..Su n>,.'.",, with full pay. t I '

Write Box 533 W Palmbcacrj for appointment gospel The Methodist Church Seventh'Annual Azalea. Queen link.RKV .1 i

Miss Edith Mathews Is soloist 1s fortunate in securing the original Festival Contest to be held at BIBLI UNION'CONC.a EGATIONALPwl 4. Inactive Reserve timeJxdbnts} for pay purposes if Ii t :.

at the Christian Science church, authentic film of the life the Raving Gardens on Feb. 18 .. cur you ever return to activeduty.. is
-_.- and Mrs Blanche Slocum !is the 'of this great explorer which was --- -., 5/5 IUKR1HON.. -., lIu..or I. \iAIKARO Rrbwl 1 1'.101 I ..J \)I'

new organist, replacing Mrs. 'J. 'for the most part taken In the PRE-LENTEN PARTY 11,05, Mueaise Wu..hp. .. 5. You are entitled to n se tht ships and other facilities \I1! I I I .,W

R. Pomeroy sr who resigned after ,localities discovered by Living IKIUIY I'ltfS'YTEii COMMUNITY of Naval Reserve Arropries. : I I' I''
a number of years service. stone Is Is a full movie, taking Holoo Sou.4 .( ) ,, '
FOR SALEat .* ** REV K. C. KHINU I IIt Pals 6. You advane8lln rating without serving !I I II ,; I
two hours to relate the biographyof The fourth and final tantdtgames .. I.. Sunday M.k..L! may \ ever 1 ,
; Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan T., Car this explorer from early daysIn In pre-Lenton I Ilia* .... Morainx .. .h... one day of aCbYejuuty. I' I
Good Discount riel returned Monday to their I party a SClTSce f j "
England to his triumphs in CHRISTIAN: SOCIETY OP
series will be held at t J m. *ri*
home In Glen Mills Pa. after p STUART 7. You requestjduty with th Organized Reserve y :I
Africa. Eait may
taurlhII Slr l
NEW I day at the Episcopal; parish ... ......,.*.
spending two weeks .with his a. m .h which offers trailing with pa t
house The series of parties I
BARNES-3" PUMP parents, Dr and Mrs C. A. Car I '
-6 Horsepower RED CROSS NURSETO sponsored'\' by 6t Mary chapterof ..t \
pVr rlel The younger Dr. Carrlel .Is CONDUCT CLASSES the Women's Auxlllniy of StMarys CHURCHES OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST: 8. You may request instruction periods at an'Arm* .
WISCONSIN CAS MOTOR 0.000'CaUona Hr. a research chemist with the Du- Miss Irene Alexander Itiner- ," ory. These perlbds are held in the livening' and you -'i, :1
Episcopal church: There 'III I h 'Ik Ith" 5- I
with Hose Couplings and Connections pont Corp. Also here .for two ant Nurse from the SoutheasternArea table and ...".S,.m". .hi.k will .1 I In will receive a /un day's pay for eajk of them r
will be prizes fur each ( hush, ,.r (h,"'. "Kilxntl.. Ihaueh-,
weeks and guests at the Atlantic Office of the American Red lefreshments serveby" tin hostesses .01 lh. y.hl, ,.n .,'..... "'.ho" U i''
Court Apartments were Mrs Cross will arrive in Stuart, Feb. Ihi ,..Ido. no i 10, M> .ful hull FOR l4jLL DETAILS S "
Mrs Stanley KlUlilug and .W Hvril inM I I.'d. : II hall ,.!de"I >Y'
NEW Jonathan Carriers parents. Mr. H to conduct home nursing Mrs. R. H Knapp. I In hi "I, ,allim. ." fl ulm> 16 YI.AR. ,

BUCK "STE1NER" ROPING SADDLE ;, and Mrs. J. C. Kearfott and her classes in Martin county, th. l,.."..>n the.H.,mon vitatiunii.ia lk.htrh followlnj mlH'Ui f.....> \

15" Seat Knee Rolls WESTERN_ Leather Covered Stirrups aunt Mrs. Rebecca Sparrow; of Classes are now being organ RED CROSS DRIVE O II'y.llvbl.h.t.:..."H......., lh. Hv word!tht.r the..stand Lo ,Martlnsvllle, ised in all sections of the county.Those ......1 wlI, eahn Ai-: -cl k.e,, 51u ..
Long Skirts T' Double Rigged Sheep Wool Lined. Va.5 STARTS IN MARCH .....h..d d.tb. h? II...:. There.fore .
interested should contact for .her to ruse ..01 .10' In Ik. (Lieut.-Comdr. U.S.N.R.)
being made i I''
Plans are now 11
Mr:and Mrs. Hubert'Clementshad the Red Cross office: in Stuart. k.hl., a.... .d Ikr'r .,ul hell ..
annual Red Cross fund drive .h. .. a ........ cud',4. ih.y ..>ll ,
as dinner guests Sunday mllh1 W.VrlbePR the not awtm aar wan at *ll" IJ.......k or to
Mrs Clements' mother, Mrs. L. In 'March, Miss Mary Shacket- II .10. "141. f ; f '
al I* Inelnd l h the
The Saddle Club B. Hazard, her sister Mrs Lois JOSPEH CARD ENTERS ford announced today. "March grkncr'nlrh'I-.r: tulUMk;..:; ".".,-..nru tk and ChI Hnltk. > CHIEF YEOMAN B. B. McLAUGHLIN, I ,Y' I 11:1'?j js : '

Croft, of West Palm Beach and LaSALLE COLLEGE has always been known as Red nib Kn U lh. 11.1......." hy MarrBukrr
her cousin Mrs Jack Jamleson Joseph Card who has woundup L4lr. It I* our lcaaratii.il el. (USNR.) !hYit \
alto said dlvlna Prutrlplu. wkirh
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Cross month, ;.d. tkr prud ,
2101 Belvedere Road .W, Palm Beach of Toronto who Is visiting In 2 years and 8 months of Navy ..era ........1 discord a.d Ihr rlirklunda ffl 'I
West Palm Beach. duty as a Pharmacist Mate, left "Even though the war has "lin'HI lnv at of Iraurth Hlna. .t. M';:: n karmnnyTriljl all /lu Oughterson Bldg. Phone 140 I.i' j "

'T Monday for Philadelphia to en- ended we still have work to do" ...h....* tkc ......irm "Sr55o0, af ,
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1 1jI ter pre-medical school of La- she continued L .i:
t Salla College. He has been visit- "In the past Martin county has c

VALENTINE DAY GIFT'Suggests' ing his mother Mrs. Mary Lou consistently oversubscribed Its S I
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and this finds the
Card, a winter visitor here from quota year >
Millbrook N. T where she op-. need just\ as great, it not greater -

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It HOUSE OF MAGIC I audiences with Its almost unbelievable FUTURE HOMEMAKERS I INCOME TAX, MAN ter, Mrs. Maxson ot Stuart; a STATE FAIR OPENED with the following officers: President Snake ther( own setttogg

I acts, the House of Magic'I PARTICIPATE IN FAIR I II On February III and 20, 1841, a sister, Mrs. ova Davis of' OneWa, TUESDAY IN TAMPA ; Owynne Blneore, ; vice, new project Is In line 111

; will demonstrate ,music that N. Y.; a brother', Bert C. Davis president Barbara Stewart; jtudeni'participation ,
; : COMING I MARCH 3 travels on beam of light, a I| Four memberr of the Stuart i,Service deputy of will the be Internal in Revenue Stuart of Big Flats, N, Y_ and.-two foster Tampa Florida State ''Fair, secretary';; Joan Combs; treasurer Initiated by Principal v
,Future Homemakers, with their ) on duty
The ,
Illuminated world'. greatest winter exposition John wick.EXCITING .
lamp by electricity Sul Ivan. Don
I daughters, Mrs. Ulmer of ; patsy
flowing through the body, ,a I faculty sponsor, Miss Mary Ellen 'In tc offer making assistance their income to taxpayers tax this city and her sister, Mrs. opened in Tampa Tuesday ello was organisational advisor, -

General, Electric Co.. Exhibition : I "kidnap detector" and dozens pf Manion, participated last weekend service will be offered returns -. Julia Rothroclc of St. Cloud. ,with :t mammoth exhibition and Masquers will ask a different ROTARY

Promises Thrills for' other mystifying acts In the State Fair at In'the Court House as In Mr. Davis was on, of seven halls Jammed to -the doors faculty member to act Mtdvlsor CLU$
Children/ and Adults I "Since playing to audlencei While there they were year previous children and was born in a sod pith ,the most comprehensive for each new production. arwAarirA,,
---- I totalling over 1.000.000 persons guests of Mr and Mrs Tamp'a'i l-ouse on the frontier of Nebraska Using their club at medium I)
displays of agricultural and Industrial

the famous "Bouse of MagiC't I, at the Worlds Fairs; the House Carter, former Stuart LAST RITES iiI at forth Loop, Feb. 21, of self-expression, student will
show, produced by the General I, of Magic Show, produced by The slrls' organization ELIZABETH TAYLORSET I 1878. He was graduated from product peer assembled write their ownVplays, cast and JA PEGRatli
Electric company, hat been obtained i I General Electric Company, has I Future Farmers of American was FOR MONDAY Milton College at Milton, wta.Ha In ths south, director boast, produce them, and design'and
for a local shoving her been greatly expanded and has 'organized three years ago and I i had suffered ,with .rhellma For Uu-ee\ !day a steady streamof

Monday, March 3, Supt. Roscoe : enjoyed further jJopularlty". this Is the first time it has been, Funeral service for Mrs. Elisabeth I I tic heart fever for some year trucks: disgorged,tons cl golden ,
Rollins and John M. Law, recognized along with the I I but retired from active
manager Supt Rollla declared. "It performances Rhodes Taylor, widow pf work citrus more than 100 varieties
,I of the Florida Light and I heretofore have been beys' group by the state fair John Taylor who died In November only three months ago when his NEWSDO
_of winter vegetables hay.
Power company have .pulled confined to larger cities of the officials, Evelyn Savage was 1$45, will be conducted at condition was complicated by alight I
strings" to get this nationallyknown 'I'U. a and Mr. law and\ I have elected 'as official hostess from Johns Funeral chapel at 4 p. m. ) stroke and other disabili" l I train, forage, tobacco and tropical
exhibit to Stuart as it been negotiating for some time Martin county and, as such, was i Monday with the Rev Phil Max ties. Ha was a life-long member fruits for county agents and YOUR WEEK'S WASH IN JUST 30 MINUTt)
'"" has formerly been reJwrved for to secure the show for the Stu- eligible to stay in special quarters well, Baptist pastor, officiating of the Seventh Day Bapstist exhibit designers to place for In-

metropolitan showings. The fuU I art area", at Tampa but she chose to Burial will be In the family plotIn church. However, as their was spection. Hundreds of beef anddairy THAT'S ALL IT TAKES AT THE
program of e-insplrtng feats | W. A. Gluesing' director of the remain with the other local Fern Hill cemetery.Mrs. fiO prganlzatlon of his enured cattle are stabled Jn the I
i will be shown free of charge for House of Magic Show la a scientist -j representatives who were Janice Tsylor died Wednesday here or a$ Gainesville he attended huge Livestock Pavilion and F, NEW SELF SERVICE I
I the people of Martin county I who explains the procedures'.Arbogast, Ellen Rowell) and Betty morning of a heart attack after the Baptist church of the city.A W. Ott, poultry superintendent ,
:< with a special performance for j to school audiences and the general Huff, being taken to Martin County musician of some note he dl. said he had 8,000 birds In his
school children at I,30 p m {I public Rollins stated, in I Practical assignments at the hospital. Mrs Taylor came first rected the church choir while show. HALF-HOUR LAUNDRY
I and a night performance' for I describing Its educational advantages fair give the students supervised to Stuart from New York in 1920 here and also the choral ,club and III
others at 89. m. In the school Practically all of the educational work to do. The Stu- I when she visited her half broth was active ,In civic: circles here. I STUDENTS ORGANIZEFOR YQU WASH, RINSE AND DAM 1bRYCLOTHFJ

auditorium. I astonishing demonstrations are i art group were official hostessesat er the last Charles Duller.. Stuart DRAMATIC WORK AUTQMAICA-! -*-
Because of the Show's educational connected with physics, the huge electrical exhibits pioneer. The following year WILLIAM ASHLEY I
aspects a special performs try and related sciences.Chemls-I while in TampaDEMONSTRATION. I she married John Taylor and lEAVITT, JR. Students at Martin County Da Them
I ance for school I William Ashley Leavitt.,Jr. died high school have organized 'a eWestinghous
children mill be Spectators will see! a man has made her home on the Tay.
held at 2:30: March 3rd I TUSEDA' I.ere Wednesday after 0 months' dramatic club, "The Masque"Stuart ,
p m. walking away from his lor farnvon Palm City: road since
: : In the School Auditorium. I the world's first Shadow'l Miss Thursby, food conservation that time. illness He had made his homeat ndromats
I : I With a rt'pu.atloll: for thrilling Its size and kind and a mlnla- specialist for the xtenclon Her nearest surviving relatives the ,Carlton Hotel 1 since he

d ___ _. _------ service of Tallahassee will are five nieces who live In wide came here In 1940. The body was Boat GET CLOTHE PARKUM LEAN
1 be In Stuart Tuesday to demonstrate ly scattered ,parts of the V. 8. sent by Johns Funeral home to'

I: Repairs Can Be Made Economically) the canning of, citrus I and the son and daughter of her Pittsburgh, Mr Leavitt born
I was in Phil-
I fruits and vegetables.The half brother, who live In the
adelphia, r Pa. on May 11. 1867, I-ntto, er-kalllMI.' Ia..r
north. Her nearest relatives here SaJj-jJ'}
will be at Miss .
meeting INI
in / Farm ( N Gu
Easily Well-Equipped Shop the of Wm.
:. Lucille! Inscoe's home demonstration are George Park, ]Jr and Mrs son A. Leavitt sr tiles Ini..r a to toot
and Caroline Jones Leavitt He
td : ,: office In the Oughterson Anita Morrison, nephew and For River FBmf Only
n. IRi MILLER I the following! electrical tools drills, niece of her late husband. was mechanical engineering ln-r 643 NORTH SECOND STREEt
building at 2:30: p. m. Hour DsAOr Week
Farm EleettlJleatlOn'aurtO", I emery heels, table save, lathes, spector of machinery for the By
widen. air compressors, tool grinders All Martin county housewives
: I United States Navy at the New M. L. (Mfc) \cKillipP.
Many farmer docol'ered and battery U. P. DAVIS DIED SUNDAYAT
t never : planers paint sprayers are invited.. FORT PIERCE PHONE 5 a>r rH"
'', how !handy they eould be with tools I chargers. Shops must be adequately GAINESVILLE HOME : Fork\ Shipbuilding Corporation /Box
I until wartime equ pmcnt jhirtaaespractically wired to provide sufficient r: '' In Camden, New Jersey for many
\ drove them into the repair current to operate equipment efficiently ture train whichobeys spoken
builneo." < nuiliner Lights should be installed U. P. Davie 68, professor of years. .
; !: lhtonc; commands. He Is survived by onesIster
almost Impossible Inn, (tamer. over all work areas and provision mathematics at the Universityof : ,
I' began repairing old equ'me' t \\"i.ch nude for S sufficient number' of con- Stroboscopic light, which Florida, died Sunday at Mrs. Carrie L. Ev/artout of Cedar-
: normally would have been traded in venlenc outlet for portable lights flashes off( and on too quicklyfor Gainesville where Masonic funeral vllle. New Jersey, one son, and '
I or Junked.It I and tools the eye to detect the change, several grandchildren, all of
''f I fa, It was during that period that arm | The number and size of electric I and burial services were
Is used make
to disk
a whirling Flint,
became the conducted
: shops increasing important t motors needed depend upon Wednesday afternoon. .
.. at 900 revolutions a minute, appear His foster daughter, Mrs. Ralph i
to stand still. Spinning WILLIAM C. GERMAN
Ulmer. and her husband of Stuart
., rainbows melt and fade into William Claude German 63,
attended the service, -' '
right Washable
ROBE HIM the Robes.
i each other when blue strobo- I Professor Davis was well known died at his home here Monday. way

scoplo light is thrown on another throughout Florida educational Funeral services will be conducted Cottons end Rayons-Stripes and Plain Colors. 'I'Ii
disk covered with crazy ,circles, having come to the state by the Rev. Wilfred O Ald-
: pattern in fluorescent paint. from Montana. 4 young man. ridge, Methodist pastor, at J p. m.
The light of the firefly Is imitated I He served as high school principal ; Sunday at John Funeral chapel,
In light produced by chemi I In various parts of Florida Interment will be at Woodlawn
cals. It 4s a cold light, but the before coming to Stuart In 1925 Cemetery' in West Palm Beach.
cost of producing It is some 25,- for a retirement period becauseof Mr. German was born at Rogers
000.000 times that of the Incandescent his wife's health. He built a'' ,, Ark He worked M railway
lamp."Compared home In the Tropical Farms area' express agent for 38 years,spending

to the Jetpropelled I to be near his sister Mrs. A. I. 25 years at Las Vegas, NevHe i
plane, which will ,radically : Maxson and family who lived on served as Mayor of that
change our way of travel": c.ra- I the Gaines highway at that time. city for eight years and was Police -
r\1\ mented Supt. Rollins, "the inventions His wife died In March of. 1927 Commissioner for several

we will see at this show and he than) went to Gainesville erms. He retired four years ago
\ a will change our way of living to Join the university faculty and because of Ill health and had Manhattan ana Robert Reis PAJAMAS. Full cut JT L Land '
J -end bull'. Because of their usefulness tools available, the made 1

) power use 4
lived in Stuart past three
We will see marvelous machines to continue\ his studies He got
{, it Is only natural that such I of equipment, ability of the operator smoothly tailored to provide great comfort and ,
:. shops should outlive the/ war enter and the number' of men working In I II which will add new comfort to :his Master's degree there shortly ears. Survivers are his wife,
I "f .enc,. They have grown., In site In I the shop at one time. Where ene' our homes, more efficiency to marriedI ),tr*. Rose German, one daughter, long wear
J: j relation 1 .to the skill and needs oftheir farmer, working I alone, can make effective our businesses and extra years I e'w; : : pur Mrs. Earl Dare and one grand
operators Many" are" Urge UH of only one or two portable '
to our lives! The House of Maglo elves him. daughter Jean Dare, all of stu.
; enough so that !Sold! equipment tan I motors, other farmer, with 'I '
I..:G be admitted.! nor help and a Urge amount of repair Show deserves to be seen." He Is also survived by his sis art.
Slack seasons and rainy days ire and construction work to do y fb
i no longer non-productive for farmers will require additional motors of
4. who UM their shops for checking' and both portable and stationary types. r ti fp
t, repairing equipment Machinery Before! planning s new farm shopor
i "breakdowns, which occur during enlarging your present shop lilt
; planting and harvesting seasons. can well' to discuss such details M proper V
I I be quickly, easily. and econom roily design Boor plan, wiring and the Y4cff tto le t
-' repaired In farm shops with a mill!. number: and type ot tools and motors t .a are.
mum of delay at a time when such required with your county agent and my .
i delays can prove costly through power supplier Expert advice en < ,
i \_ slowing up produotion.I these problems will help put the -V
.'. Many farm shops are equipped farm shop on an efficient operating t .
I with all or a lubstanUaJ number' of hauL ,


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ort in these fine

; WE HAVE A LARGE a IP orta tailored- styled shirts and fore

rfect fit, long last-
I i wear. Also Coop
I ASS RTMENT OFANDIES e Jocky Shorts and
R s "Scandals."
for cool day and night e '
fort. Fashioned, by Manfat-
G_, J SPEC L VALENTINE DAY BOXES lon in all colon i r-- ,

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4t'Se ,cuts and/ Hi-tops -,
COMPETENT, REGIS RED g.a 0ef1"'t ors "ss..arp" \ie?, Keds aad' Hoods :with

seamy. re. uL sale ash seas. P.F.*

in LOW De tune FARES COechea es bleitysu tirieo k eta test., DRUGGIST ON D., L euaeonnt SPORTSftlRTS' tei (U wool!, Rayon"J::..t tl,,* fotture'. :"Foundatifor ',. '. -

rs. We se e'strela el kigk a.aa..a and Cotton. Solids, Checks and! youths, anon and
FROM StUAJIT .t !panic.ih.ea a : .
aO IaI diaee edit ey AT ALL TIME u Lofa,
W I ices sale ewer wk. t a gal beg
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Mint ,.. 5.55 try. Class, smartly pp d w.oh.D.rM.a
soap's asy ., oma ..e al .11 ti... eveilobiwWeakf..ls ALL,MENS LEATHER KETi {
soy. Pl.a a res .u ,lithe rgo.tda : REDUCED J;,
as N ESN Ceaat'. ft.. a.uetb'tiding I ,
rw. t.-...- .sea.files. reef 'tide train fuel.eta tow'eoeveaNd B.lrt trlik, d.t TkeT adebo par1Pd.r WIN 4 $500.00 CASH PRIn: ., 'j, From 21.50 to 19.50 rom .$. id9''te'.17.STBART .

.+a srAt.l a.a. r.me. tares ss e.r tie to Jsoal and distarsl destinesJl \ .

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COMMISSIONERS BACK hostess committee during the = 'Simon who landed a7- foot, finch -1 gin, 48-12, ,In the preliminary I A city Is beautiful only because 1 !
*...Milk --Today WELFARE PROGRAM DRIVE WORKERSFOR wo-day; tournament.The list includes WHALE CUTSUPFOR beauty which tipped' contest, 1!of the trees and shrubbery that \.f", .. 11'i
Producedand I Tampa The State Commlstloner i are planted within Its borden \i _
Juanita Baker, Roberta scale.at 81 4 pounds Brothers Ed and Lamar Howard -

week voted* la to session support here the program this- HOSPITAL: Nuner, Dee Law Julia Jamison, MOVIE FANS Capt ford Carter of the Buckaroo -I totaled 28 ot Stuarts 37 ,, I j'' I,

's.d of the State Welfare Board Boots Arnold Mary Lou Gamer, reported a catch of It sport points. Ed made IT on eight field '
ras4eu< for aid to dependent children. Winkle Saunders, Janie Elklns, fish from 10 a. hi to 1 p. m goals and one free toss and La- ,

In MarJarat'sAairy ty The motion,Introduced by Commissioner ARE ANNOUNCED Aane PIttman, Sara Plttman Lighthouse Captains Report Sunday party from when, the he Wave was host hotel to at a mar counted four buckets from r: "

Moore,of HlUsborough. Sara Roth, Orayce Pomeroy I 1 Sporting Catches This Delray Beach. Mr. Harper 80 the field and three from the t : "
give the Board an alliance with Week
Barbara Stewart, Joyce Elena landed two for READ
King marker
years young charity stripe It ,
of the most :
one powerful political Drive worker who are making
and Sincere. and two bonltaA )
Owynne ,
In the State i Charter boat captains at the
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house to house solicitationfor \
p. O. Sol 1M2- tuartMOW p S. Vane and party broughtIn r
A total of 173 commissioners ..
the annual fund campaign Lighthouse reported sporting a big sail a tuna, 2 king and "
county attorney, and'other officials TB ASSOCIATIONSETS catches this weed topped off bya bonlta. "
with a sprinkling of ten- for the Martin county hospitalwere j seven 'f:
atom and representatives, attended announced by Mill Mary half-houc whale chase by Capt JANE PARKER DELICIOUS .
Shackelford, drive chairman Vic Lance Moja while his guests TIGERS TROUNCE
the conclave. I Sponsored by the Hospital : ELECTIONFOR : reeled off a movie film as a huge I DELRAY 37.12 / ALL SUGARED i Iu i ,

NEW, EASY Snthele lumber being made auxiliary, Mrs. Carroll Duns- ': Orca lunged ,and plunged as '
from lawmlll waste that was combe, auxiliary president, will though! he had been hired by the i Stuart tolgh swept through DONUTSPACKAGE 1
TERMS burned formerly I serve as general chairman. Officers MARCH 7TH Chamber of Commerce to entertain -i Delray, 37 to 12, In a basketball ,
have again emphasized Stuarts winter guests I game her Tuesday night but \ !
the fact that the. local hospital Capt. Lance turned In a sail the local Bee finished on the OF DOZEN
f.rtsfG. FOR INFANTS serves the entire county and belongs Workers Meet Monday To certificate for his guest, Mrs H.: short end by an even wider mar-
: to the people of the communities Plan ,. .
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TIRES, rUlES, SAT RIIS ALFAR MILT "Everyone should con- 23c )

AND AUTO P 18COLEM The Best this sider wonderful himself a gift part-owner of the Bars-in A special I NM.awl AU.IK, .......,ru.. .

BUYAlfarW* BON tows and Reeds of Hobe Sound" for the Martin Health'J'-'J' KEEP WELLTHERE -

the chairman said today"Every- culosis and ANN PACESALAD c W)
AUTO suppLf ORETEXACO one has a responsibility as well Monday,Feb 10 t ',\
as a prlvlllge in the the owner DRESSING:137c
a nfl' "s ery I office, to IS NO SUBSTITUTEFOR \ ;
ship of the Institution", she
SERVICE WEST PALM H X-ray unit which was to have .
STATION 4M Flamingo Dr. ffaori come to Martin County In May, HEALTH
PHONE 147 Volunteers who are assisting and the annual meeting to be .PORK BEANS 2 25c ; :
...... -- In the campaign are: Mrs M. H. held at the Women's Club March and -, __ For t
Thayer, Mrs. R. M. Smalley, Mr. I .
7. AdcP .-,
Ivan Taylor Mrs. E. P. Crocker, QUALITY.FOODWELL l I
"OUTPOST GENERAL STORE"STANDARD Mrs Vee Chambers Mrs.( Arthur The health unit scheduled forMa fto. 2V, ",
Schouten, Mrs. Karl Krueger the)'State required Association a day to has set promised up so. PUMPKIN Van: 20c :

OIL Mrs. Mrs M. J. a 1""
PRODUCTS Harry DeJeager a portable trunk X-ray unit PREPARED NABISCO t I J
Gasoline KEROSENE / Oil Morrison, Mrs Blanche Lowery, which can be moved easily from Ii
Credit Card 11 0 Mr*. Herman. Hells and Mrs R.''I one part of the county to another WILL HELP KEEP YOU WEd PREMIUM CRACKERS r 21c'j''I
Groceries t. Candies ColdXfinkt 4 Tobaccos A. Tunley.Mrs .This unit will not be available ;
Lloyd Travl, Mr. L. C.I IKlckllter however until early fall <+
| OPEN DAILY-7:00 A. M. to CefrUoJ JfV P. M.-7 Days Mr*. Wilson McClure Mrs. Harry Hansen, Mrs J. D.. OUR STOR IS STOCKED WITH OCTAGON r1 I
Prompt, Efficient and Service Mn. J C. Anthony, Mrs W. H.: Parker, and Bob Baker were appointed DUl
Orathwohl Mr* Patsy McCord a nominating committee JAUTY FLAKES !
A. E. WILLIAMS, Prop Mrs. Evans Crary, Mr. D. S.I to choose the new officersfor Large iG ctt

Hudson, Mrs George Smith, Mrs 1947 They will 'be voted on Meats, Grocerie and/ egetables r 35c Box 33 \ n
Leon Jones Mrs Simmons and at the* annual meeting March 11 I] Bo .
Mr*. John Anderson. NUMEROUS FOOIJv FOR -- ,
i when Mrs May Plnchon, Executive AND JEMS THOSE
Miss McCullough, Mrs Ken-: the RATHSPIE 1 ,
; Secretary of state association
Highest Cash For Your CarTelephoM nlth Jackson Mrs Lily Cary, will be' the guest speak LENTEN SEASO WENUS : LARD L. 1 19 'P
Miss Louise
French. Mary Sloan er. MAKE IT A HAJfiT TOVlOPANTHONY'S -: ____ ___ :
Mr* George Conrad, Mrs Price Charles Christopher promises
French, Miss Mary Louise Sloan, several good short health films
j We can pay you the O*P. A!limit r your cat which Miss Dee Kennedy. Mrs Margaret for the occasIon *|LaiThose I 3.68
i is at much a* you can vt sjpywhere and Sawtelle, Mrs. Alfreda Ho. attending were Arnold 1 ,'qf
STAY WITHINSUNRISE LAW Mrs, Henry Cabre and Mrs> Christopher,Mrs. P.L.Steelman,'I _11'I I DAILY, HORSE
M CO. Charles J. Boxwell. Miss Bergllot Nielsen, Miss Myrt <*
Tag Day Ends' Dyer, Miss Mary i-' = FEED4.Q8TALCO
3li-25 So Dizie DRIVE SATURDAYThe Mrs Earl: !'Rlcou ShaCkelfOrd'j t.,10tEHO3
Fort Pierce Fla. a 190 drive will end with a Tag Leon L. Jones, and \ 3'Cott\, : LAYING l i ii
Day Saturday, Feb 15, instead of a visitor! from New York City. MEMBER!: \\ .
Feb. 22 as previously announced.Mrs. ::+ := f.MASH 4.50 :j.

George steelman and Mrs. The estimated volume.of fuel.'I Economy SgS,. Grocery .f --== i 100 Pounds ;
H. M. Klelfeld, will serve as Tag wood consumed In America from 7ALC0SCRATCH -
} Day chairmen, assisted by Dr.' It30 la thirteen and a quarter HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED ', I IChoose
U a x.7, r1G : Abbott Morton. Mrs Hugh Will- billion cords. The lumber' pro-I tl S Akran Ave. WE DELIVER Telephone 143 r 4.39Ibag 1 10''
A W R oughby, Mrs F, R. Horton, Mr' duced during' this same period I ,
O M. Hancock, Mrs, Joseph I li over four billion cords '
A & P Fuitifnad VegetablesCRISP i
Clzlck; Mr*. Violet Armour, Miss : ,
} I IY Elaine Ulmer, Miss Dorothy REE TOP I

WA: iFAVORIT'S? Clonts Mrs, Tucker, Mrs. John Mann and I 71/1I1i/LLMIr CELERY I Y/ CARROTS ; .

FOR FEB. 17-22 AT TAX SERVICE Stalks Bunches, .
| STRETCH YOUR' ALLOWANCE BY/RADINQ AT Courtesy Week ill' be observed WLLiUi II t iLLt SWEET POTAHOES 3 27c

at the Martin]County High Lbs,
school Feb. 17-22, culminatingwith NORTHERN: L
the Indian River Conference MR. BUSINESS MAN i
MftfcKET annual athletic tournament, at SPINACH 2Sc }' ; ;
which the local students will put SAVE -., one half, or mor ? on the cost qfyour bookkeeping. .. h. ,
their courtesy.training Into prac- Many businesses do not have ork for II time bookkeeper You can "
"Where Economy R.I.." tical execution. have your books kept by our t-ti bookkeepers. HITE' u. s, NO.'i '11'4
WE HANDLE NATIONAL BRANDS OF Miss Mary Ellen Manlon home rLotR'AN'C
CANNED GOODS You pay only for the time it tab t is inexpensive and complete. Includes f POTATOES .
economics teacher is the faculty all of your tax returns oc ecurity, withholding, unemptoy. ,
I A Visit; ,To Our Store Will Convince You chairman Ot the week program, ment and Income tar retui
Alron &: 2nd SU J. BROOKS, Owner, and will be assisted by Mrs Har- Rc IJOLh" 39c '
ris Lowery sr, and Miss Olney Our charges are from $1'' a week up. DOZEN __ __
Eurit who make up the faculty YORK f, '
We will be i irf see
committee. Miss Manlon laid today Drop us a post card or phone us. you.
LISTEN TO "This Is an original Idea INCOME TAX WORK a specialty It is done right bySiormer Government APPL S ; ONIONS31ci3L S ..hQ. .
at the Stuart school and we hopeto "
pat/d make this special week an annual Auditor, a. ,
7b'1 J event here" Phone 158-M Stuart, FlorJ Each teacher In the school will

place emphasis on the study and ARMOURS EVISCERATED "- t ? c >
practice of courtesy,and special 12U14L"GRADE" i4 e
program are being arranged to r, P. TURKEY \ 49c n .
> demonstrate! the many phases of Avg. ---- ,
personal consideration for others. AA GRAD CORN FED WESTRN BEEF f :if '.!

selected The faculty a group committee of young ladies has erA ROUND SIRLOIN STEAK.. 67c :
Every who will serve as the official '
Mon W.J. ,
9.45. A. RWIRA ROAST Lb.

CROMER'SWhere CHUCK ROAST ?:t.r' Lit. 42c 1!'

Best Casyfie Purchased In fRESH e

Lb _._ -.- i'SLICED
FR1 You Will Find; Many Tasty ajjsywfctiou* Food items to ,Help",You With' That 'A

;, C IARICERI" T| Va tine Dinner :

Inves nts T !


, 1"ig"rs+1 h sa pAr Sale and Martia ings Couat ghoul The Complete, ood StoreCROMER'S SMQKEO'HOGIJOWLS' Lb.. 21 c l;


''BELL Krueger Building I"" BEurnt> room M

',-ilrmmWII ,t """ ""' ''"''''1'1'0 """ ......,W"1""" ro .. '"'."',.,... """ \'"" "':" "\" '"7"-1'" .,. ",, "I"'I1'
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: PAGE SIX THE STUART NEWS STUART, MarUn County FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB.. 13, INIiiiimiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiMMiii '

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tuurt t\o HiiiiiiiiHMiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiimiiniim( $ ( uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii( SOLUTION OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE : REPLANTING-TOMATOES IJOA1. APVSJtTIHMmT

Glle FOR SALE11111111111111111111I11I1:111I111I1111I11I11I11I SERVICES OFFERED11I11I11I11111111111111111I11I11I111111I111I111I = )I I. ilsobsIlog i TWO RELATIVES I (.bucK IITK7O'TION TOo

I I ( : ( ( ... w I L Mqodr.s Margin countitaroners who iJICTITIOUO NAME
.. "loot 5- )lssth.rii Atones U HERESY GIV
4KUIIN1I HAND .wh,1 l cr>..n, Son UwnOfltafc CUSTOM: TRACTOR rk. IOO.ho.! 4bkHiw4 .... '. L A A .. I I suffered a million dollar lost of osd.t.Iso4.l 4ter UMCHwttr .
.. p.
.- '", .,,..rt 11_.. MoO ol......Is.. h'adlss. ..... isaIo. II IT N E. Aft to. at. : 50,055. Unw mt
-. -- Slu.rt, (1,0. U.I. M I4UI1UWPEXLV : 31I' I DEAD PRUITTS the recent cold spell have tightened will P00104
01 141. isub.tat .00
0 R E to! R N lb.
rOOK SALK I. n Thso,04 ........., lo::n .sod l M ioiKkK t.oh bod* ,,, It Froth tut* Moo CIp0015 Ca.pti II .
*t-. 0,0 0,0, ..hal'. ila1... _f..t .o0o .... .. II It. I :.....' E E UNClI, INLY kiaIt their 11,1\ ,stiffened their nortdvIMrt. ,. .5.O.5Ie.
,... .... ,_,_,__,_, Os I 4
lIt OIIpIO 00200 o.so 01,5A U. "IotIor i SUM 4i| nlntl ,
: CR33FID l [ I ,.. ,. E lip and already replanting .fps040M.sSth
.It 'to A.tloht p7 0q .bash at ; INCOMB XKCORD BOOK t1.55osobold.F\: IV Count* u OIaIo..It. upper
Li..,.... .. 50111,0.. Ii Ln....., ntum. Th, Id... hi
, 00000 4LJ. ,O'uao.sas ........... .....$.. km _rdo I., 5 ,0h.aI ,,...1_.. ., 1.:= ERA Q I b f? PraHnuIt .
2,51 0720 "00,1 I..fls ho s.b 00.lt to
iAiloIo..em.ttr ( the east coast according -
... PA E
lOISt h thop 1.0. 1'10. II 10Olto. ......... Coo a. .hoo ,- Ash I. Mo'. : r; i Lut* arUrrM. ,
... ". 0.04. ,.. '...., 0I.O200O U.. lIt. ...r '..l Slu.rtPORTABLE!'2'_01'1... IfI ..,.... .o: i M F S A f lIsp th. Agricultural Agent L. M. John'
.Old.* ?
,,..! E' Ni I L F 4XXIUIUOIt. Fishing Camp Operator and
CUR" f'lALI' 1'. .tfrob'5p.d Jo.. PAYROLl. 500K-N.ll.sl st 1.s OoOEOOI.175 (2. "'E! : ; DTj ii 01.OV.5Omb. 'Wife Involved In Shoot son. tasns
,,,.. Ll.'oi ,.1.. 4. 1,011.. I A1,0 s.d loot, ,lthhth$2o.ilx ?.bi i II. It, 17, Mkrak I,
at 00t5."
i. 1)) APARTMENTS FOR RENTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .hoi II"$, PIsoob' J t. osd pooMI oodSv ropoto, .1... OIr(;: r. L UN lS E K 0 It TMoolSIL l. tttttuiir ing on North Fork Albert. Welch, Kobe' Sound -
: ... ho.. I' or t.Ol0 _.1.* weI 00r : t ; ADVUtTISlMUT
I N P A ,
.. A V2LCaltM II. farmer was able to save about
.. _
I O'OllAI.ET.oo .'dJot hit..,."t.'ot14a00 I .. A.b lot t. .t Uoo atlatI (Mw..MW :
0 .!.!.!.!.' ... If V l' Ell ELID, fo1 E N 1: Henderson
If .ad tuIop .so boMb 000oi.b.,.. I.... II. Buu'for nut Fort Pierce-Mrs. Sue D five acres of yellow squash anda NOTICE or mrenTioN TO .
111.4 klbo. *54 I oat.o. 0Mo* ..51had. "lib II _. N ln( itiMtII. FICTITIOUS flAME
.. 15POOIOSALE' WELDING m B4I4KI DUltt 60. and her ion, CarrollMendel'oon. small of eggplant and MOT1CB IS HIRKBY GIVEN ltaCkkpter
10.5. =: ::: withoutwoody > acreage .slo'.lss.4. oat., lb.
.. SERVICE 11. ". at 0D AIr! 'II." 40 Ito,,," for""',!". lUni 38-year-old World beans because of a protected t .IM, Uwi at VtartlT'lof !
It 'WOO. RVI1W' 0, Mo.Ml. 25. Ih.hplolns. loris a a ahIp. M T>II" rlnlik, snap 1141, will rofflotor wlUt ISo, CI
I .. Lo.'O. 000.Oo (.4., ba.ollt&t0U'a.loo I Psosto. O.o..ao Y 17 Minimum War n veteran, were dead of bullet site If weather conditions Ik. Clrnlt C4M4TV to knd ba sLCooktr
ANYWHERE loll: : 'ou'o' W: Word of *
5 011075 I out., ( ( : tt rktrldk. mrmx rtkrtpt
sob. low
fi[ [ 1 1 m .. 5. I 1. 50o1. 105,0,05 SoO l hat.O.boboot Wound, and J. Bert Prultt he to bring ,0 mt Mob EUOM
:; JI t a : 02.151 r.o'.o'o. O'is 0 '*04000. 1 4 10,0,1. (MOWN 4($. Ulrlh. t.nUlL are favorable hopes Mbltoktiok Iftia. u,
,. .Wl''f
) 5.00 stOa'OoOlp.b I. .d. 5,151,0 OR 'W. 5. '! >
J Jrrp a RI I i'ri m Q r.i 11,1...', I., $!oo, 05, halls .,,.02',.. I ELECTRIC WELDING: .. "......."' .. II.Ho", ", I 1: r I.. ,';'c! : < ImMlnrtoU ', 45, MM. Henderson' son-in-law' back tender crops which, had JOHNS DRY ( .ss, .s ,

..n.. U. .......Irloue .... Am-1'nt, win* proprietor of A fishing camp on w 0l7l Hirriorfdki 'MS
; *b.'o, pbto 01.1 *0500 !' bosoopool.,, I OR CUTTING St 01,0 Just come through the ground tk.l HI 0.40II

; iD ; I. .4 lb...Mo P. 0 lob ,. 0(4 iOlsold.St ', FA&ENCHAEON'S : :=. ... $ r..: a t &1.-1.11 11,g\ <41* trrrr"ll':; the St. Lucle river near Jensen,' snd to begin harvesting .with ..,, crc o

I 01klOIttEIl d(bN0' $1 PAtIO DAN 17. Mid frViI 010lotI ('.In'! 41 Wminmindlnf. .. and his wife Cora Leigh 31, the next two or three weeks. *01411* JO
., ....
tDIllN spIlt MIlES I II ill. 04115' 0 AI .nt 4.:0000 stlrUflr .510. P1.41,
t SERVICE were held in county Jail here "Generally speaking; green 0041. II. I T. .0.t.0 0.

ATLANTIC COVRTAPARTMENTS R SAL STATION I a J ,, f-r--rrrrr: Wednesday a* the result of a peppers one the largest crops LEGAL ADVESTISEHENT

1 I ; in the county, were not seriously
COMPL E SELECTIONOF P family fight that took place at NOTICE or INTENTION TO RECBn
1 4 STUART FLORIDA SUElL ONE/912/ 2 J J4 damaged, the agent reported.A FICTITIOUS NAME
WHEn AVAILARIt; : __ -!!: the camp early Wednesday few farmers were able to save MOTICII U bEaKS GIVhN Unk4terl

Cm.l.ttl", ru-tilkF4l, lUijMkMpIkiAiwrlmphtl ES. WILLSELL. ... .... The Hendersons', brought here and *.4. kkwr, AM pThthtiaIkuter
I tL4T pl\l. TOW IJI-.W. lul : '. 18 small acreages of eggplant 55.00.. Urn ml rtonfe.
, I AT LOV| PRICE. SEE MRS. .IU..1 .ob.04.oso.. 1"1 tmt
.s j jf I 5l.pb5 TWlaUr llk U. CMIk
', W. T. PAGET HARPE QUINN I AT' sopoalt o I.. f MMI M r .b .. *. New by ambulance and accompanied squash he added Ctnult Court hi .** tmr kCMMF
3DIr -
I oO1i. 01I ; Gladiolus were fortunate FbrUk. turn tmirt rt
TELEPHONE tM by Mrs. Pruitt, died In the local ?
i 1 -U f nbUatto* at Ul of*, tk. h
BEACI FLA. NO TELE. I 8r......... .''rd' .4 ha.lOhv.o'.sot.. I hospital shortly after arrivaL to save approximately 9$ Uo. to-.llTROPICAL
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimFOR .24 IIPIHKLI.A.r
mll.I..II by cent their with dam-. cifT.I
I PHON CALLS PLEASE. ''I d..i.. I ...... T. c;. k....,.. 2i, 2 r' # ::13 U 2SW FrulU SurrendersPrultt. i iI per of crops k4> mnn4 tortmUmi

; SALEIuIIIlIIllIIIIIliIIlIlilIIlliillIl''lI'fthitlIIl WHO SALE DEALERS 1-11'. H'.arl. III : I who, sheriffs officials age done mostly to spikes just !Iku p rtbMtMM
WELCOME TO MAKE R"aUNEB..d irk mm. ktklUbbI 2(, 2' i said was a state prison parolee ready for shipment'The majority

I h'.' o. .... Il 'hill* 0..,. lull 127 of farmers are planting back to
i I 00K 0AL :, U fm' l0iooio. l$...' I OFFERS !N rlIa w.,. *IA Worm. f''.. after having o ned a term for
N I'. ...11...,d ...."or ,.ob.i,I.,Iii n. .. It 2.o.iI. '0 U. U, ,.. IT.II. Palm Beach yellow and green squash white
a killing some
'. ,... .. ,. IIi JI yearsago
( w Ha.liNa I'"l I' No.at h --- -- .. 21 crowder and black-eyed
It' S ,, ? ., I .J rl in later and surrendered
itI'' I.iioto Klaoo H.thii i. t.o" 'AII 0 1"1,,, tol, ","'''' 'boo! ..4 calpe
I ___ __ ___ 0,'.,!> ",.,... I'',.', .l.,... look,".. 110'" WE't 'ASH to the officials. He Is alleged Some squash which was Just
.. .., JJ
1' .1! .0 ao.o" I..h I'l. 32 r/ $ f was not hurt and NOTKC
000 Li.E. Ciib.ag I.t.L Ii ft Of! ,, -- LAUNIkY SERVICE ----r--- to have stated he had fired coming up *
A...! C.bOa, httk(. r l ; SlNt
there will some early squash TO WHOM IT MAYCOMt> *
t ho ( i.t.tt fl! !! N.k FOR SALE the shot that killed the Hendersons
,,.ootah!, .0! s 7 lima beans and cucumber for NOTICE ii HERESY ClUES
I New Custom Built Cruiser and described: events leadIng
Iia,,. II !, I'SAI2
(ho Alihoo DotlO the-market Johnson said th. Ia.d f ontir Ct.s.itO* ,.
23ft. x7' ,' ft. Honduras Ma. I i Your I llundryt carefully to the shooting.According 5045, C0..by, FI,iM>, >t i

$200 taken 15 foot tiogany construction I Washed clsSan an? returnedto H 38 'rlJ1 :I I to his story tIll FAMOUS FISHING ROD t.Mtuktt b. b.ld FloOds ta tk,*4mklirek. C..tW tO. C0flMW 501. Is

: throughout. New Chrysler f 'tiome drying 'trouble started upon his return ll<7 kt 501 C'$.. P. _.
; boat in % excellenI condition. you dajfeip or ot// / 4J A boat for I "ACE" Marine En ine. Completely : and Ironing. 1 We will : : i142. I4 from a fishing trip In a disputeover q.t.(1.S .1 pooIo 10.dao.lb.4 .
,>. Just painiji. g.od equipped hired help During the dispute J.o. 5i.b A.. .. .
trolling an river fL..hing. Phone i including! pick-up afld delive* and give; Betsy, one of the first of the 41.1.4.-Il 504. s0 5.1,1 1 lb.
: marine toilet. First reason servile this 4.5 1'j( j f1. he told the officers he was .5.10.., Dlsotl.C.pOb .
two days on
or.k I you %f ; Bimini King Jlne, and one of the 5,41.. 0IIoOI lb..,, W.JObe ..
able offer accepted. Phone I economical wet wa h. Rate attacked by the Hendersons and most famous of all fishing rods,, cMo.tv 5,. Sd 5 whit 50 to'.

: I, Stuart 260-J. 8c i pound. weighedwhen 4'1 SII his wife struck over the head 0..I at II. 14..th..o ,w..p 4
: per iSo is on display this week in the 5(504 f 5l0m lb. T.hlp $7
\ Capt. Ed. Flemming 1 dry) Mmimunl bundle and beaten and choked almost 5,.,. II E..Ii Ih.so. po. 4.. 5o'0
j, ohow window of the Stuart Hardware .. ,
5 p5055 000 0.0 4. at oh
ii, '* _.- :''lOpoundi. % Into unconsciousness store. The exhibit also Includes ...b.oqwstth.NWPI,4004
; Prultt said he managed to escape 0,111.. *7, 7.5. 57 LL III Ibis,
; i'' FOR SALE I WET WJ SH. _.84er Ih. I taxidermy specimen of 5..IuIMo.ish.s.teoa.4
> brush Hen
into the when
500 FEET ON ST. Fire Chief John Mann
k PEoplE's LAUNQRY derson left to get an ax with Osotb. 5. 41 K..l, 0,41.5Mo.
,', RIVER APPROXIMATELY, attracting much attention. .. w..04,41e Mo ,0 .0

I fl ,* roanALos. 0014.a-C.i.I. o-I., fk..cII I 700 FEET IN DEPTH ON ,I Phone 287 1 I The County Agent's Colum which to "chop off his head.' I Built in 1936 Betsy was turn 5 W Horlk.rl tOo Point.04 ol DXlmiS4Ml Kortkw..,
obtained rifle the officerssay
1 ., soodoog. bow.NP ohW, 1(72.20. Oat 2. Ci.boo 01bl00I. NEW PROPOSED HARDSURFACED I II uI He a ed over to Tom Gilford, a famous _,.. ,. II ..< tl, Ti... 1p
I he told them, and shot the
tl COIJNTYROAD. I ExnRT 1040 .UNIIIO.1., .... By L. M. Johnson dep-sea guide whose clientele IM5.MOh1.400d-e.f .04.,

I FILING AOINY.Ta Aof.Motid. BANK AND!I "'.spkt. f..., ....A.oI, a. .. tod 1 two upon another attempt to went after big and big J.LPQM f.CIo.ttCsa.t
HIGH ones
J 4.ti.o. AttI. 111.1 0(0. ltbaiobsat orrh,lr. I InkrummbiROUGH Jld: K. ll,0Ioo. attack him. Coo-I 5040 _
l.ok.. A. tinao ,hot. l.lt 0,,. I DEEP WATER. NORTH I II', 0.... 5..... ,..... OfV110LIOI The Martin County Cattlemen The new directors are H. RSteffcni ones only. Since then in the BOARD OP COUNTS OMMIS8IOII
a. I. Moo ..1(0 Kttt.ot (ho Prultt showed signs of hiring MARTIN COUNT 0051Db.

... .....- FORK ST.LUCIE RIVER, NAlit: ...lrI... St ..h.bO.thsdIH4.hos Association met Friday night at! or'' Kobe Sound. W, C., been badly beaten about the face hands of some of the world J>4h 50, fib. S. Ijfl*. 17LICAL .

t not 01.0! Fl...... 'It.,!I. "Oh" II fl! BETWEEN \LGEO. KEITH : Sal III 0..... Indlantown elect officers socdiPectoro Cayeny D W Rowell, Fox and of other injuries. He told outstanding fishermen Betsy
..,.. dim' l*. bunl,, .. ''',tl2.' Otal. :I I PROPERTY VND SUNSET' Ih_... ...... baa brought more than 50.000 ADVERTISEMENT
11't" rnidllmn.! "I7a4 Nrc A,'tAtt. "....... -+- ---, for the coming year Brown. Archie Bass Jim Daugh- the officers that Henderson wasa _
....... llMa I I'hj.n 11Km .. I'' ,ESTATES. rWILES FROM DRY SERVI E pounds of game fish in many

: L 1C- leJirrt HI' w.;. I. ,.,.... CENTER i OF AS TU ART, : L. A. McKenzie of Indlantown try, all of Indlantown. and Fred mental service case and as that a result his mother of his parts of the world. She is now a NOTICE SURPLUS OP AVAU-ASILrrr CHAPCUTi
". HP4JT Hobo. "."" ..,"'0, 'ur ,'url.. 'ABOUT H MILt: WEST LAUNDRY SERVICI was elected president, Myrl Williams Joss of Palm City. ; museum piece and her biography' ) War A.Mt. AdislMo.tlol k,
Coat.. ...o4544: h.ln..,,, ..d fill- of In-law was a narcotic addict who 10.. TCUoi IbM tl kw ..o.lb.Ih41.potM
.Inn tUitttonii. lM*.n "ki"*tl,tkvint.iu. (lab! "hoof FEDERAL HIGHWAY NOI. t' i Indlantown, vice-presi would fill many chapters.BCLW sod., Iba 5.l. PopisS
,,\ .. In rlA.. priulklUlfrom lab.. ,..'" I' PRICED RIGHT FOR dent, and L M. Johnson of Stu., Mr and Mrs. John, Pound of had formerly been in a federal .1 l 4Or4or .sd Ws, A.o'I. Adol4
ttFOR 10 ,Pp.0 ""OttO fl. Oaf II Your laundry carefully w. h. correctional: : Institution In Kentucky 14. 5.1.tI.a l t, lk> (.11011.
I It'' ." ./.... 110..... i'nst. Jnt.4.oo. booth QUICK SALE ALSO COR. art secretary and treasurer. Okeechobee' announce the birth SCHOOL BAND ,ylh.4 .41 p.Ip.isp vklch bM WlM
ria. II ed, all Flat Work sheets, He said she bad been here dao1.o.4 .. bv Ibo (Mooa.

," ,,1, V.LIC &--:- iI i--;; ;;; NER LOT ON IT. LUCIE pillow-slips, etc., ironed sd iiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiuiiiiiimiiiiiimimii( ( of a son, Joseph Albert born In' about three months. Too 41op.l IOC.U4 HI IMW It
I talK F.oo000o "boo okto RIVER IN SUrtStT ESTATES The Belles' School Band ol .hp, HoW 51.0 FkoyId(, 4.tlO.0Tb.
1 sod obool. in.4, too wearing ;apparel dried Ipr : NOTICESiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiMiiMimiiiK Martin County hospital i Inquest is set tor 10 a. m. Fri. M l.
I 1, 1 ii, I ..'::= h..n: h..l.n.0Aooba, (A.b.aPtMlO 180 FOOT FRONT, home We e Jacksonville will broadcast from ... ob.p.I. ,ll( bi IIH.oOd I.10,101p
0 LO.lo. Dld 0 ironing can gi .day before Justice of the PeaceP. IM
yr 0Mth.P spoq
: ::1 ._ 300 FEET DEEP, ACK TO you two days service and will .VISIT THE RECORD SHOP Citrus suffered little damage C. Eldred. Station WRUF at Gainesville on tvnno in* .o.dI.so.*

t IIAr.Jr:. N 21.0! KOohsd.oo h.... DRIVE AID WEST Thursday February 13th from Pint .o.sId..tIt. .hsll 0, .00
10' At o.o'Oolph.ot 2.F pick up and deliver you IN THE LYRIC THEATRE from the cold wave In Martin Pruitt told his story to deputy (00.00 .. 0

lI.l"T"II; ( om' Jo,,.., io-sh,"j.'I OF RIVER ROAM HIGH laundry Us this ecomonical BUILDING FOR : YOUR county according to -County sheriff Edgar Brown, assistant (:OOp. m: to 6:30 p. m. l>4 .015,4 ,.sld.osl1.. 0 .0010
J. ..... .. II for ot-lIolt.. 4050p,0,0, 554 0(00 5.4..p
"It: BANK. RAPAFIAN serVice for your family. < FAVORITE RECORD.rVb. Agent L. M. Johnson, but the attorney Thad H. Carlton, and Captain OrvIlle Snyder is the ,. I .1.11 ha ,.o4,00 111

RIGHTS. A REAL, BUY. .. . / Director of the Cadet Band 551 hot .5 .55, Oat0.hoh.p.55han44.
rOUt .ALII ,0 do'! 1.7. f "'1""' ''''' 2$ 0 IT vegetable crop was nearly! wiped reporter Funeral
D"... ... ..ith ...,. J RATE ONLY newspaper Cadet Evans jr'olart Stu ,
: LOUIS SaTE* P. O Crary, .
SEE oil
1 ...m.: r'.. : "''_"," t.""." |UUNI Vltfr:KAN.rtiool. 114Ih ;;"'; cut except for a few small areas arrangements for the Hender
(ItO, 12O.-to ,01,1!, .....,... II BOX 634 OR ATi PROP.! lOc PER POUND (ag : :,' p04tlo, which- were heavily firedGroweri Is .a member of this. organltatlon !- ..,0l faq. 'ha (aol .. lb *51.
011,0 ':::( .tkio.1'.J: : .:: sons had not yet been an. "
,. ERTY. 9 A. M.,TI NOON. Weighed When Dry. d OPPICE I'M! Ill! W ha. I : 8tiu1rk. f : (ri;,:" noanced The bodies are at the 0, .$ a p.',. .q.& to M 0.1 II.lb. .
00,0 5* I 0l tsd (toIbtOot Fob 8. 13 30 21 r ra Friday night to discuss IhobI .0 th ,sodltl,. A.oos.dIs
dlantgwn Yates Funeral Home
I, aol..4 ..!.at ti.olsh.. PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY utPKNCKM. ... 'I
Experiments have shown that I Ito tlP 5.0 sat 010.
loAsh01O lit! 'sod !olOo Oh, oOpstjoh P !R Al.b, 0... OoO"l! P. 0.Oo0t the damage and make plans for :
h ooaploO.. ,t.Ot ON.. 020Gb. I Phone 287 ..I SHPPIjfmrof Mek, which will be mostly the Sequoia of California some 0.7L .0 *,dod.
,. .,, ,,,. t,. .!ot, 110 00. ,,, .. : k IU.. l.u. ll. v ll l Onnn replanting- times holds Its cones for 16 .44... oMt.,5 0 40 oaault', 2'
1 SA LEi FOR CASH boo 'bbS 5. -- ---4- -- --- : __ lff squash and peas Some tomatoes 41 FFA MEMBERS yeanbefore .41 A15O_ St ,

,ti Entire O i cola Block Front, 10.11. tO CO, lb. As.. MURPHY& DONALDSON : wirt saved arid the lucky they drop and dischargetheir .0., ,, s.d 001 I. pP'ax "'toO 41 II'p1.41(00i0p010p
seed contents! The seed 'l
152' with two 6R 5R FLOOR SANDING I JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllirWlMIIIIIIIIIIMALEELP growers Intend to save plantsfor
one WI PlANt op.,. ,' ., ,,,! 'loit' from weather and .15 hI 4
4 1 Dwelling omplete1 cement. AND,FINISHING WATJEDuiiiiiiiiiiiiufiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiii replanting ATTEND FAIRMartin are preserved .711.. (hoo ,.ho.ol ,, I I.
PHONE 32.R IurjBl.bl. a powdery pigment cheat at Chad. SI, .bo 1.
71 floored arages Ribbons, BOAT FOR I ALE IN 4EED '
Walko. old singly or at d BOX 604 IHlMADr'WANTKDl 511,0 > lu.MibtrrmlkC'tT ol(0J he consequences of deforestation which makes them water proof .,w.as4.bb.'ois'soo OOI.
I OF EPAIRS Xi R..l soist.K and lermproof.I 50.1. 4Itp,0( .5. '0APyllo.lhlOO
Unit at COST; also River ,.--- I : -_f vrMfiUbh sad.. writT'ltaw. II the sickening 'of. acountry county Future Farm1en .5.5* 111.4 Ii !
25' 8 eck Cab
I x H l> ""*
I0b'St c|>l, FAU m-K HunvkhT ,,.,' 01'S'Y.hooo.7
Frontage. Titles O.K. not I Gray Minna Eng iECIAL nm it <-Plato. of. America participated !In APVBHTIStMENT .00515 bOat IS. lOOT 1001 I.045.0 5.ao

Murphy-act acqul-ed. Apply First $1 0.00 takesj't LAWN MOWING SERVICEPOWER.AWN ---fl-----------. the state fair at Tampa last IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MAJITIN ., .. 4
Ergenzmger, owner, Riverside Also one Didge engmelwith MOWER week end, 41 strong, to try for MAstL COUNTY JOPIWOANO FLORIDA., 0osoca :;' :

'I, Drive and Hospital St. all marine conversions HAVE .YOJR LAWN CUTREGLOARLY Pen Sets honors; at Judging the fine pointsof TO PPEA5 ,.*, 1.4. 4dw.o..0otl.5 .00.0. 4

J One netf 12 volt ha.vy ATREAS'iABLE S'HEAFFEP. the'exhibits of produce and .,.ll.bfr., so Ziftof rrrr. II-I"
0 IS. 0501 5.51 Prw.ni.
WI to,), SAlt '21.1 01 $l** MMIII Duty xide Batter '1 FEECHARLEH. JET CRYSTAL BASES livestock Reports of winners HENRY, t NIWMANS.At D.bodssI.. 0 WOO A.00. ,It.Io.t101.! P. (0Ills.
.. .,,. ,., been ) J,00.o I!. I, FM.0..
.1,1* 2. .oe. H. 00(2.( (It JACKSON have not received to date. 10111 STATE OP FlORIDA, '
0,,... Pish. ka... llaWh, Phi.P011001.0 Make me an of fer. J Life-tune Guaranttee Pens rRIORITn Tk. vnwrty (b '
Ask for Kroger at Stuart 80 Wek Third Sti. With Earl Markel at the wheel, ToIT to tko lolknrlk rbrHlm In 4.

Cbla '., ,$',, Cboo,. Write Box 485 th* into (.104.0,
i. < boys piled a school bus (0 HOlES IWSaED, .5 p.o
.1, v,.. (0 0' I ((04 11, Eoa.lppod 0.., City Trailer Camp, Evemags. II $16.O0.to $40.00 505 isql0d I. 505 5. I 11(0 d. 5. G.l.pa.b0l a.oobl5'.
K,, f2.hi,, .(op.'Ott.! ,,. (00.0 I, I, .- --- at 2 p. m. Friday and arrived! in .0 M.h, tall, a I 01... $1'IlIhI 5. aOO..1O04A.q ,t41.Pla. 10I.
p.o..0 .'odlljss, ok. 5* CI Po.looT.oh. FOR to be State moO. 0. lb. ,.,pl.ls1P11I tAlMO Ia.
Tampa of the
., to'..'. 0. A l..d E.l Wohboos SALE IM ym Mao Jri>%l. wltb imfl MOIM guests '
,51..l flo OR Oh. ;? =
P.M 11.10,2! l Isloe! tkim 1 00 Mo M P.n k .tlSllnrl .. Fair association which P.S tlfl0 ha.I Itlpb5
: housed ,..,
C r..d HI*.. IfTI000EL .5,7. s.oIlOI.d o Oh. 5U.OtNaoul.boo.b4..i 4. Won.profit (lul lultani
I them at MacDIll Army Air base PRIORITY PKRIOUl Ito li *
0, BUNGALOWON Pocket Pen and Pencil Sets
P0K (ALE f' .bat ob.l. IA
.I.2io.o (I.,.. 1.-o = ? .1001.0 ortMftMo itoll* to tbrtri
,,,.odltlo.. odto, (($05 aOt. 0,00.' 2 OR MORE LOTS ,04l.U, 0Mto loop Coo. pod.U They were given passes to the :. ,, Ot.ot., lsoo > ,Mchw '5 r bnnri> U
Oh. boo IJ..d all 0(1,01. 0. AoOhotDba. fair.and had time to 5.4 osd(. *.7S II, I>I7.
.. plenty o(
Ph. ti Of FRUIT TREES IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIItblllllllllllllll$ Sheaffer : e&.t P0__. 51 h..1 plodlO iP0s
$5,000 enjoy the midget auto races ..,.. .te.o. 4pp.* 405, p..0l5o
$1.00 tot pod.. .. 55,10(0 ,o.ftablo WAN DIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllUIIIIU .01 lOu. C.,045 Oh. Clle 04 la.i'I, 55.0.II. > 4lbt to
..0 1 ho..., pIo lobpo at SEE $8.00 to $23.50 which they reported held the 52.o51. FItold.. ItO, tho 11 4,704 oIl,
$' nlll( OB pa.oble I ohloo isbI. sooth CHARLES CONRAD greatest fascination for them F.haoaop, 2,07. p.sea..k.IEGI0004L BiR"Offht "
mt ttomn Clot UM .. irrmiity It4 Khi oT Bokl Post-tot Bl'1
wk.. you ., I mun, CubIt, SALERNO WANT TO- Say, ., ...'5, 0 tOO and other entertainment features 10.7* woe A.M. Ad>b>l4>tr>tlokr
1 7 tvlrpbo,., ,.0osO .. asoh po.p.000. SHORES"I I.1500 l,0. Mo'' after Cbrt ml tkt Omit C4Mt mt MutUConnlf o. B.. 4505Jo.k.sIlk
700 0oC. W.oohhE.so .a.ddo.hipe liSotT-wAwrSli A? so YOUIIAIW. Pencil they were through FtarWB .. l P0444.
I I us P... 00 51,10,. 50'' Fl.. 'il'rIJAtT naua com1ftr AJ'I'LT 20. SharpnersDesk with their educational'project.ll k. II, 1 5, 17, M rct 1 i
10. tab. 0, II 101P nR 5E010110' NTA100IL.I MEDIAflLY,1 ,
t.111' WkOp. booa. Ka.ds5b. of Judging
o4po.,. Ide.1 _.0. 5o.2., ... Pobod.. Of Automatic
>OR SALE Tf .4 booth. The
sty / livestock Judging team included
.. .. ..
lIlt to tat mt
>l Bin-. I, ad 0(0. .,d $0AO 4. PSI mi* coontJOON Inlaid
Armstrong Linoleum
ir ,.,,0. C.0.D.odl. a, 5 l.a.. a.. ol, --. :'-::1A%"arlty! : TM Jlvwrrf (kd .GftII Harris, Wall Jesse Qulg- .
Slob Osoat *1 '.u! Hour UvfRMordi' tak 'A" MONT $2.25Typewriters 'V
is-s .Hi. tKt '' NO P5EV100JS TOO lOGIJOECESSASY Icy and Donald Terry. Selected and

.)O11 SALKo I 04 01. hobo' 1 ..- 0$ bob lk..k M Hllnrt%0:''Oiit'-; P...., ....... to judge frulU and vegetableswere Asphalt Tile'orng

AltO ah,0.h J'III IIAL-- ;, >frail :.., boot M. e.... ... ... Robert Greene; Emerson Fancy Deefcn IttsffOur Specialty
10. t coo'M 0*. C. sol., Hho 4, Il.. IS CA.\V.,.kit Is. xbo.ktralluifim l << 00 H|> L.... Klv.r... M. "5.5.It, .,.....Ir..... Kramer and Runt Ortf f la Others For RettaurUtfBars, Homes, Etc.
nl .r'toOW. IS 1o making the trip with the
Da.a,1OAis il\
: | to._.= WM, Install Any For Esfim.Mei Ph
ORSAI4 I"'......... Tod..... [ sponsors. C W. Long and Jack .
so'I ........- ToS
......If.' ..01., S ..... .." w., .. ......-. Emouse/ wer Charles Ball Dea-
Modefi Concrete Block .,.... Slutrt ... ,lU I... 1 ..t..d.w ...... .
Rh., .of. 12 and 14 I Ii ch Carriages ver Storer Paul
2 Bedroom House 0.sd.b. sa II I.. ........ G..... 1I..1ee Donaldson. Karl RT'TIL LINOLEUMtuart
but dot) I. UI'.Mi .. I .. tl,.. Op loud' T..f% A oat,... John. Krueger Wltzull DeLoach
Cement I tile roof, composition 0... TOIl 00. 1,500 2(0 0 1551 ..l.. ., ..... mfmnt kPVrtnl-. .
r. Amy
til4 floors 18-inch ....' I'.. .... <(. r.... ...1.. .... ..btY a.. <.... mtmrn milk, Ik.ir u Barney O'Steen. Bud Baker. Jim FIa,' ?hone $1a
ex- .' A .16. will MJljh* 0 .Os'. for It.!". ,
fill b oruijl inrnlmm vnirn. H U Roman,Jot Brown,Robert Mont-
t.. baust fan, modern sink, U (.'.'.., VnbuHo.u 1,01 lluort n tool. 40,5 M f. 4l J4ib S M 4ilk 1* 4k, Steel Cabinets
decOr' hot water heater : Mr a., Su/M7i I .F.s.Ap.ll.. .. Filing : gomery John LTOeureux Junior
SUrtlli* (r I. Ik kd ste ndows. Located In t:'n. it itt SI,, 5. food, .hobb,t. =. IdIO1 Frank Matheson, Ronald
'114 4.0M( o01s ho. pm 4 DRAWER, LEGAL QR LETTER SIZE John\, Jack McIUre MOlt
B.seey ddition No. 2, Stuart iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitliMiiuitiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiLOST 4..!.. to ...,..... OI' ... leon, ..... II
00. shIll.' >nd IradM wbll I. .,r.lnTkravlMf >. With or Without Locks Heltel Mlddleton Arbogast, 'MOT3X
) &: FOUNDniiiiiuiiiiniiriiiHiiiiiiiAiiiiMiiniiin.. ._ .4illtHMU all** tkolM. I Charles Boggest Herble Tucker

Wr' P. O. Box '1089 ( '. .I,.<.ho'sok..booMa4. .::at'=":lb.tho.bo'o. .40 Complete Line of Office Furniture and Supplies Gordon Terry. Alonso Smith,.

tuart Florida LOST ..... ftillfold. IrkM ,.., (lb .h"",. ."(11 ....._.01.... Jackie' SWAYS SQIUMKS AWAY
,wn V B Mr4l. Mra. M.r.lf A. Du/f; It >o>r U Ar.r RMraltlnt Suibk.JJo des, Lloyd Campbell. Rudolph Cars Lubricated IRprr.* A &**r*< Motloa
Stuart Stuai, ,, it oM150 c_.. 5Odi' 11',, ,.,.
>OR SAlK TWKNTT ACRRS AND AoItjt..o _.. 1\ The StUart NewsOFFICE Krueger, Joe'" Smith, Teddy CHARGE '
I GOOD IrlVR ROOM MID ATM LOUT 0.f,2i0s.t kM ..... _.... --'--' ...,... << Bishop Bud '
Will OP '
if to M.0 5..1..r O04.p It Cars WsKd aad'VlU.J.) TTr. Repairs ,
can'afford_to wood Wall David James
farmer Calleri
PA1Z. P0101. )I. IIOEIMt1.. PHUVf I pay WE CAR |. '
$70, ('TOUT..b. One-fokrth of the rain that ,taxes on Idle land. Forest conservation Holt and Jackie Stevens.
11. 5.. 01 "
falls' In the forest Is caught by on the farm baa come PkooeMO; STUART 'SERVIClrSSTATIONW.C.rUin

ALI A trm mMar nil*. **>4 to )be a matter of economic Common cork ls made from the '
4 dIta.. ,.dso.4. IIM w 0(000 tree leave and branches and > c, 1
U. 0bo (ImA U4 4 mtt JMV,. dissipated into ,tile afr..bo..iou'.1.a2af.JiL. :teceult- ? t bark> : of a species of oak..: < '
.kw 21.01.. rh... *2,


ny rm'.t.r"+e yr,1r.. }" x ,v.'u."r rt++r .nvh1'r ,,. +*,.pqYr '


' CIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN 1''I Mr.family and Mr, Janet*, clair Carol B. and Simpsonand Dan t Fort'Pl&na PMTCC,782 Florida 1 '

Holden, of Dearborn, Mich. have FREDERI I. PORTER 1 J I;
arrived In Stuart; to spend sever Foot S ist t
al months with Mr Simpson RooiSunris }
S. W TRAYLOR MRS WH1TICAR HOSTESSTO Miss Frances Woolley arrived I Mrs.; Grace I uncle, J H Simpson at 131 W. Theatre Bldg, 1, i ,
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY GARDEN CLUB BOARD' GARDEN EDITOR Friday from New TOrk City fora troit, Mien. has Second St. 1 i
The executive board\ of the visit with. Mr and Mrs Lloyd after a short -- t0 Ii
POliCY Mr, and Mrs. Samuel W Tray-! Garden Club of Stuart met Friday Travis Simpson and his ;

lor were hosts at> a picnic last at the home ot Mrs Curtis SPEAKS TO CLUBFleda ..+ C.Second Moore St., at their THE STEAK HOUSE 'J': ''.

Thursday In celebration of Mr Whltlcar at Port Bewail, with George Dunn of Columbus,
Traylors birthday. The partywas 3 Miles Soul of( Stuart Ted. Hi-Way I :
Ohio, was an. overnight guest
Mrs. R M. and Mrs. LI
i Dozier Miami Tell '
Huirhet of L\\
I WHEN A, tOSS 00. :' held, on the Island, Bel-Air i Henry Rains as co-hostesses of Peit Control lest week of Mr. and Mrs. Wllla Elizabeth Mr and City Mr, N.E. : STEAK CHICKENWd SEAFOOD DINNERS \ : 1
and 101 HIT Palms, at the Traylor home at Methods ford R.: Leach at Tuckahoe on I PLATE LUNCHESrfc ANDWICHES I'' i
CUES Mrs Wlllaford R. Leach, president log the winter at I .
I U A Port SewalL A large number of the Indian RIver. Apartment. I Wine rinks I
Insurance It appointed Mrs Edward Beer, andS rVj
the Traylora' Martin friends Mrs. Flcda V. Hughes\ garden II "
htjr Pleasant Young chairman of the nominating -v GAS, OIL, TIRE airf AUToNfcPAIR I 1 f 1
j Mtf r were present to extend congratulations editor of the Miami Dally Newt, Mrs Emma t SprIngstead ot Mr and Mrs. A \ '
Feeling T. Know It and out-of- committee the other two speaking to the Garden Club of Tenafly N. J, arrived! Mondayto Port Hope, 1 Open 7 JVW. to 3>00 A. M. .
among the
member to be elected by
Will ** A JOCAtAOENCX town guests were W J, Roberts club In general meeting A covered Stuart Monday, described long visit her sister, Mr*. Salem big month\ with G. L/tunnlng' Owner !t'' '

rollu You ', t.d Mrs. 8. W; Traylor Jr., of dish luncheon followed the list of plant destroyers In Florida A. Marsh at (Sunrise: Apartments W, G Aldridge r
Mra Fulford I Is ----------- --- -- -.
business session. Other presentwere and the continual light -.i ,' '
Whi fill At- AOerilown, Pa; Mrs. Thomas rlster Mr. Fulford I+ '
Mrs. Ashby Arbogast Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs Ira Morrow of
for their control. Naming I
Zimmerman, Frederick Mr.; Mrs necessary
I dry goods
tend to the bile E. Taylor, Mra. Jolly Bozonc Detroit have been house guests
J. H. Young, Allentown Dr, and each Insect and IU damage, 1 Hope, secretary of !
U I Mrs. L. Mrs L. E, Ashley, Mrs. W. A. of Mr. and Mrs L. Van Ness at I Beer, Wines and Sandwiches
mtnt See O. Loochcl Columbia she told of the c commercial preparation Education a ""I I
Pa.; Mr. and Vrs. Clare Warner, Palmer, Mrs Harry Swlngle- : Palm City Farms circles, and a j OVERNIGHT CABINS : r
t All
I combat
For Inasrane l.urst. Mrs. Paul Hocnshel, Mrs. best suited to ,. _.
West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. I odist church
Howard Neall. Mrs J. Y HarperIITZ' each and explicit directions pd if
Kinds. 8. W. Kagan. Poltersville N. J., one gave Mr, and Mrs,L. Van Ness of, A champion
for use. She answered' TRAIL K
I Miss Leah. M. Lambert, Boston; Palm City Farms have as their: '
I VISITORS BUY questions, giving advice and Information
E MA Mr. and Mrs Walter H Bum I !house guests Mr. and Mrs Lewis: STUART GAS d OIL 1
PROPERTY HERE gleaned from her long
Blllerlca,; Mass; Mr and Mrs.i I I I 7 30 T M. M. 1
Tinkler of Mt. Clemens Mich Open : > to UiOO P.
Mr, and Mrs. Russell Vlzcna of with
gardening -
personal experience
Every Kind of Milton V. Moos Braiichvllle, N.: i Judge I !
Mich and Mr. and Mr. : fanr Villa.'I: oiXuart
Alton. -
InsurancePhone J; Mrs William Mather, Duluth,' problerra. Wolf of p 2 Miles South on Federal Hi-Way No. 1
J. Wakeford of Wolverine, Mich., At the business session Mrs.I Mr and Mrs. Clarence Binder ing five weeks T. G. CASEY 5' .
Minn., Ernest E. Snook, Newton
II P a Aresd r have returned to their northern Edward Young Mrs. George Con, returned last week to Omaha: Villa.
N. I.t Mr. and Mrs L. B. New- I
comb and Mr and Mri Alfred home after a visit with Mr. and rad and Mrs Horace Atwood Neb., after a month visit with I -' --- -- -- I '
Laubsch Vlneland N J,. Mr. Mrs William G. LIU of Rio Vista.I were elected as a nominating Col and Mrs. E. P Noyes at SewaU Joseph Pollzao
The Vlzenas,'after looking at committee to select a new slateof '* Point. The Noyes and their Y- Is
and Mrs. Loomis Burrell, Little a season DO-NUTS ; .1
r all of Florlua. liked Martin\ officers guests made a trip to Havana _
Falls, N. Y.I i Mr and Mrs Frederick 11 e
Sly, Flushing L. I.; Mr. county so well they bought property Mrs. Jolly Bozones monthly and up the west coast of Florida Mr. and Mrs. I .. Tasty! Delicious : c cr
at Rid Visit while they were horticultural lesson concernedthe bellls. of Queens w
and Mrs. Randall MatthewsohRobertsvllle
N. J.; George M. here. They plan to build a horn' carambola and the bryo- i.- be at Stuart y"M Try Some With Your ,I #
STUART and make this their winter residence 1 r.
Lord. Duxbury, Mass and Arthur phyllum. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Robinsonof weeks, j I Morning Coffee
The clubhouse was decoratedIn 'ffenn., \ -I. I I 4rr
SLNCE Schulta of Newark, N Y. Memphis are guestsof '
((1013 the red and white of st. Valentine Dr. and Mrs Shields Abernathy Mr. and Mrs A. PIES, CAKES, ROLLS
LUNCHEON mRS CHOIR GUILDENTERTAINED; 's day and featured arrangements winter .residents from Ramson, N. J.. are 1 Daily h 1 : 'j'jII
GARDEN CUB SPEAKER of club members. Memphis week at the Villa I II
The Presbyterian Choir Guild Hostesses Mrs. Horace Atwood 1
Mrs. Fleda V. Hughes garden met Thursday at the home of Mrs J. Y. Harper Mrs E. P. -- Mr. and Mrs ; Handy Pan astry Shop
editor of the Miami Dally Newswaa Dr. and Mrs. Charles Oullck, '
Mrs. Ethel Walker with Mr* Noyes Mrs. W. A. Palmer, and er of Bridgeport i<
peclalhaIn honored at 'luncheon Mon- Doris Taylor as co-hostess. A Mrs. Talntadge Wilson served New York City, Mr*. Marie Mc. the Villa for a Beyer BUg Akron & 2nd St '
day at the Stuart Hotel by members
Oowan and William McBrearety _
nominating committee was appointed tea and cakes to members and 35 are on a fishing I .
of the executive board of '
01 Philadelphia spent last week
consisting of Mrs. Ruby visitors from 13 states who were .
Rentals the Garden Club of Stuart. Mrs. Brown, Mrs Jean Sheridan, and guests of the! club with Dr, and Mrs. Howard Neall Mr. and Mrs. I ',,1'
Hughes was guest speaker at at their home at Port Sewall.
Miss Edith Glenn. Others present -- of Grand Rapids 'RAY'S LUNCH BAR :
the Garden Club meeting' Mon '
\ I j
were Mrs John Law jr. Covered Dl&h LuncheonThe spending three ,
day afternoon. Present besides Mrs. W. C. Armor Mrs. Sue Du- Fine Arts commute ofthe Mrs William Behringer of Ja- Villa I iS. SANDWICHES COFFEE HOMEMADE PIES
tar Inform Mrs Hughes were her daughter, gan, Mrs. Ruth Hall, Mr*. Mildred Woman club, composed of macla, N. Y., arrived Saturdayfor I 1 :;' "
Miss Joyce M. Hughes also of Heath, and Miss Glenn Mrs.:W.: S. Grathwohl, chairman a visit with her parents, Dr. Mr. and Mrs R BO SEER l lI
.t I Estate ,-- Ins nee Miami. Mrs WUlaford R. Leach and Mrs. Howard Meall at Port ,
mother who la visiting her from Mrs. Earl Rlcou, Mrs. Fred Hall Roswell, N. Mex. fj 30 A. M
and her guests Mrs. iNalhanlelHammona Open J-5 : Every Night
Writ* .r See Trussvllle Ala. and Mrs.' S. Saladino, will be Sewall, this week at the
E: B. Johnson,
Mrs For\ut
hostesses at a covered dish -0-- Drowfh ( Late Hour Snack
) TAYLOR and Mrs. 1. D. Harper, of Etowah, Mr. and Mr*. J. Leon Taylor luncheon at the club at 12:30.: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Sca- D. T Fox and I I
Tenn. Mrs. Ashby Arbogast, Atlantic Court Apartments, had The committee wilt furnish the groatt of Berlin, N. Y., are Brldgeton, N J.. Federal Highway --- OppWe "Ed's" Fruit Stand
eels Bldg Phone 1IU Mrs. Harry Swlnglehurst Mrs as their guest last week Mr.Taylor' drinks and rolls; members are !tuests; at, the Edgewater Apartments 10-day fishing 1 I RAY BERWIC caner \.J
STUARTHN L. E. Ashley, and Mrs. Jolly Bo- \
.. parent! Mr: and Mrs. requested to bring a covered dish. guests at Stuart t
-,none.IY M. O. Taylor his'cousin Mrs. Each club member may bring .- ,''i i ;, J '
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--- Louise Davis,f and her fiance, one guest.Mrs. J \

John Knight all of Ooldaboro, C, Raymond Durkee of J .
N. C, West Papa Beach, State Federation I' '
Director of District: II, will b4//lmcrlctl; ui ll ur/come tno I
.. / ,I ;
*'the TH*..-.l honor Artist -- -. '
Walt Kuhn will speak at the ;

O r program, beginning at 1 p.,m, NEWEST
eves I RWHAT'S following the luncheon. the pub-. CHEVROLET !
lie .Is Invited to hear this distinguished ,

\UKMEDIATClSOOrl i REPLY, AND YOU winter- -visitor-- j ,: : ': "'/H: ' \ 4 4I


Hostesses for the P.E.G. sis- '
/ 'l. '
ON MY TRACTOR? AFRO SIR.EE NOT HIGH terhood Monday evening were r' ., ,,

Mrs. C. R. Ashley, Mrs Walter
,.."10.,. ..fi.'h.' Kltchlng: and Mrs J. \E.!: Taylor I

at the home of Mrs. Ashley on

.... '1z. St. Lucle Crescent. Mrs. Earl J. "
menu presided at the business i
session: when plans were presented !1.
: for the year book of the: I
chapter. Miss Tena Ounn, in }
charms of the program, discussed i fr .IjI'i
Unwritten. Rules and Traditions

of PE.O" Refreshmentswere ,
I '
served to fifteen members
GRI'AND SIUDGEN' ID 's during the social hour, Miss
eEAil/WCANTSCA WHAT YOU Myrtle Dyer and Mrs. J. E.
ACTWfSAFItSTO MEAN.DAMA Brock will be hostesses the
chapter Feb. 17. at their home ;
on Addition.the riverfront In the' Bessey v rl'4 (

;t { s sa

id you see t.




a now ale even l gger loo ng eivn 1 etler-h oAing --- a ,

even more beautiful and irable in every> way
THE 1e


YEAR WHICHmOMtS\KT. the Today, we and all other Chevrolet Jcalcrjre displaying the newest ,' ""e '

.I creation of America' largest producer of autom 'Ies-the new Chevrolet ''ho '

PA Fir.ACH'e for 1947-offering )you an even greater measure o\IG| .CAR QUALITY 1


el Club See it and.you will agree that /Its the fefffrf./Ming anJAfcrt.loointg Chevrolet p
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built It's beam / msiJKind. Its
ever \ more / in every way both out. '

GHTLYEac I designed to'eut-ttylt, tut-taint, tut-savt all othet cars in irs Held.And above i e..

I bfuyg DRFARMS.PHONV WRITS us lOR i all; it reveals that sterling Big-Car quality-in every phase and feature, in, \ '

( t Sunday) + every part'and pound of material-which buyers agree is exclusive to ;

__ First Ra 8a15 P, M. I
r \. Make it a point to see this newest Chevrolet at our showroom tatLy'

Daily Double 2n and 3rcl Races i

Yen QlIlDle\ Races .,: '
No Minor Adi 'tt.c1:_

.''B. ,D ';[FULTON gent
Opposite Morrison i.ld.. .
''PHONE'311 Chevrolet Co.
1 1 M! W.it Palm Beach Royal .
f. DEALERS X 0' ,

',vHASON SER VJ'E( STATION, BtuartfflorijaP .AJmuwioa; .2J C.nt
K WARD, Jensen Beach )f lorftl
J .L C. CAMERON Indiantown Florid, '
'STEVI MARKET ...,kfll't "-"- KRUEGER, ..BLDG.. STUART, PHON1 9124t / t
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II 'Adi EIGHT: THE STUART mmCTBAIW, Martin County noniDA, TtftrasrJAt,'rrn."'IS.-IMI, _, __ .. ._..' ._ ._. ,&;._ ., _. '_ ,. .

e JiJ' iMiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiinimriiiiiimiiiiiiiumiiimim iiimimimmini, of Eldred art entertaining Mrs. MRS.KITCHING NAMED
LIST your Room, Apartments a.d Rental Phelps mother, Mn Bridgeman. ELECTED TO STAFF OF i96NIstDRI

'\ I ., Home,with us. Mrs Out De Maesschalk ,of TRI-COUtfTY GROOP 1DRUG-SUNDRIES
;: ..l' L. ,FULFO NEWS Walton I was among the guests .:-.......
i Mn. Stanley Pitching was
at the receht bridal shower for "COSMETICS

ti( 'I i :-: AlaJ By bharlotlc Hellier' ......... .............._..,... Mrs. Royce Barton, the former elected '(filet lc -pr aident of SUN TAN OIL SUN SHADES N C
m 1 nnnnuntnnm 1 unuw 11 1 1111 o 11 ...
r.,{ BUYING!: &ELLl\nfc .*&ENTINC In u nnum''''"11I11"'" .nllilm lUll Inlr.the BonIta Hansen, given by Mrs. the Trt-County; Federation of CANDIES TOBACC'' EWELIX

., PROPERTY M\\ (:ENi4iMlr.e! PRANK MUNN ( Oatllns and Mr Weeks In Alma Campbell\ and Mrs, Anna womeni! 'Clubs' at the annual SODA 1!OU
Write P. O. /ox No 4 FAMED RADIO TENOR Miami Beach: the Eldred visitors Mack: In Mrs. Campbell's homeIn meeting '
: 316 North Co/!redo Avenue IN COMMUNITY were taken for luncheon to the White City, Monday Jan, 2'1,111 Fort SODAS ICE CREAM ,, SANDWI

Pho / 317 Frank Munn, famed tenor of Rlaleah Club where they' wit- Mr and Mrs William F. Mc- Pierce 'Other officers elected NEWSPAPERS ZiN g
: Stuart Florida the Hour radio nessed the Sweeney have' moved Into the were president, Mm. Percy Saun-
,. Telephone program races. Also a feature
Next P
Ricou Bids to Jensen
den -vlce-jtreildent, Mrs. S. acs
; )
la retiring to private life of their entertainment was the new home they are building In
; -. .-- B. 'Taylor;' iccretary-treasurer.
to do the things that please him dog races with miamgnt mack, Walton.
Miss Florence and Miss Katherine Mrs. Marshall Kite. Mn. L. E. .
most--one Is fishing following. Returning home, Dr. '----
: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSHOUSE With Mrs. Munn he U spending and Mrs patlln entertained Mr. O'Grady and their brother Ashley Miss Ida Albracht, Mrs.

4'i".f the season In the Royal and Mrs. A. W, Seeley of New; Ed O'Grady, from Chicago, Howard Neat, and Mrs. EdwinA.
WIRINCAPPLIANCE Folnclana' colony. Instead of de- York who are cnroute to Fort winter guests of Dr and Mrs Menninger 'Were delegates "DINE and DANCESEYMOUR'S -
f' '. lighting his listeners as he always Lauderdale. They will return to t O. Denison In Eden, are In from the Stuart Woman's club.
REHJURS has, In singing beloved Eldred this week for a longer'Miami for several weeks. : Dr R. Wishart of Vero Beach
"' elastics or semi-classic numbershe visit. l Dt. and Mrs. Roger Hubbardand was the speaker at the morning
f Free Pick-up i and Service i session;
International Re-
Is out on the briny deep after Coming down from Sebastian, their young son, Peter who using
\ ; aaUtlah.'on the ocean's edge last week end were Miss Mary i have lived In Eden the past year' lationships" as hla theme. Following IN

'Christopher Electric Shop casting or throwing a line over Rogers her brother, John Rogers have gone to Fellsmere where luncheon and'a musical
: the rail of Jensen bridge. and C. Dorsey for a waffle] the doctor'will be resident surgeon program delegates heard the
; With a musical background supper at the,E. J R.! Ensey home and physician for the Fells-. I state. federation: president, Mrs TASTY, DELICIOUS F D
; 625 Osceola St. Phones 117-182-M
q ; J L. J. 'Mc atfrey of Miami.
u colorful as his all we can say Sunday evening mere Sugar Corporation. Mixed Drink eer'o' raft
.U that he has stepped out of his Miss Rogers was formerly a Mr and Mrs H. Greenberg of
', I : I musical heaven and right Into t teacher In the Fort pierce school Newark, N. J.. who have been Redwood Port Orford Cedar, HEAR GENE ON LOVOX
heaven here. visiting! their son, a student at Western Red Cedar, Eastern Red
; COMMERCIAL /AERIAL now principal of the Sebastian -
: an school the Miami University, are now Cedar'and Southern Cypress are STEAKS and OODe
of their' relatives, Mr.: rot resistant, and u near everlasting
; : TED HORN, NOTED Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. guests
PHOTO aa untreated,wood can be. OUR SPEC/ALTY
] and Mrs. Charles R PeckelU,
I AUTO RACER HERE Ensey Miss Katherine and Don-
From the sports world comes at their home on the Drive. Jensen Beach SEYMOUR
ald GIDEOwe.
PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP OU MAKE THAT Ensey attended a birthday
SA Ted Horn,who, with his wife and dinner In the home of Mr. and Fletcher Russet of Ankona had who for many years held a Mat .
as his Mr. and on the New York: Stock Exchange.
guests Wednesday
child, are stopping at Ocean Mrs. Charles' Cleveland at Fort I
PROMPT, EFFICIENT, SEKfkttLGUARANTEED Breeze Camp fierce Mrs R, H. Mlefle of New York. These will go Into- a hobby room ,

Dr. Ed. fart:son, knowing Ted, Mr. Nlefla II connected with the he Is now planning.
!' Miss Jessie Miller of Eden and
TROPICAL P TO OP Baldwin Locomotive
was here from Indianapolis and i Mrs Shelley, Evans of Fort
hearing he was, from Jensen Other, guests In Mr. Russell'shome
rf.d Weltern"Union Pierce spent the wek ,end In ,
t Krueger Bldg. : To this week surmised Ted I last week were Mr. and NOW-
Bradenton.Miss Miller was form-
might have taken i run up to'1 I erly superintendent of schools Mrs. Norman Hanson from Britt, EXCLUSIVE AGENT
Iowa The Hansons are parents
Jacksonville to look at the new in Bradenton. ,
iIANI AINTED ADV Mi51liOy $100,000 speedway. It has an- of Mrs. Turner Coats of Fort d FORCENTURY
nounced opening dates for four Raymond A. Hubbard arrived pierce whom they are- visiting TERMSJ'fj'
Monday for a visit with his bro-
Mr, and Mrs Louis Bell Eda-
racing events, with the opener '
/ of the half-mile semi-banked ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs Le- lIOn and their house guest, Mrs: BOATS

dirt oval set for March 2, where land Hubbard In Walton. Helen Kelley, from Flushing, L.I $f

N regulation racing raca will compete I dietown. were gUest Thursday eveningof '
,I on, the opening day's pro- MrS; Viva C. Roat. Mr. Eda- TIRES, TUlIS, RIES ANDICHARDSO
I t I business specializing on Bear lIOn has a New York Times :dated AND AUTO P
,j p 01D DiJIE Y tram. Wheel
( Alignment and Balancing. .
However, Ted will be back here Saturday,Dec S, 1853 The paper I
Returning home around March 5tJISERSTUART'MA
was then located at 113 Nassau
next week. We peak of nil visit
20 Mr. Hubbard will be accompanied COLE AN'S
ft and was published day
f i because with his splendid record
I : In' the sports world and Jensen by hiS hosts who go for but Sunday. lie also has hllgrandmother' AUTO SUP Y STORE E SER E
the celebration of their father's92nd
:f!: iI i-- with that new road well, he passport or Identification a d _
t ti' _.. .- might be tempted to burn It up. birthday. They will make dated Sept. t, 1S5S TEXACO RYICE
over-night stops In Savanna This was when she went to Phone 33, uart 80s
Sharp and Spinney who' enforce STATION
/i' 4:i )t IMMEDIATE DELIVERY the 25 mile speed limit and Baldwin L. I, to visit sisters fipeila, Italy to join hla grand PHONE 147
of Mrs Hubbard.
I through the center of town father Charles F. Float, who was
j' 18-Ft. Correct Craft unABoutn should know that Ted Horn who Mrs. F. W. Dunphry 'of Eld- then pursers clerk on'board the

] : ,115 h.p Crysler Ct wn Engine won third place In the national I red has as her house guests her U83 Constitution. Mr. Edason
f1' f : Double Plank Mahogany championship race on the Indianapolis sister anti son, Mrs. Laura BurreD has many Interesting and-historically I IfHd'lJIltII
I lff
and, Raymond Parkhurst valuable articles and
j'1:: ; 16-Ft. Boat with 10 KP- A Cooled Onan Engine on the loose Speedway- vacationing In 1948 was In i from Stony Brook, U I. Mrs papers, left him by his father; ", liIIlJ .

Jensen Beach. But probably Burrell will remain for the win- --- r r ,

HUDGINS B A Just to test out that new road ter season. Mr. Parkhursfs visit _
will be of shorter duration. LOYAL ORDE OF !
for all the tourists flocking to
I : : D. P. Hudjms4 The Misses and Emma MOOS
'Jensen Beach .... the town that, Ethfl
> Mile N. St. Lucie River U. S. No. 1 Hi-Way U housing celebrities. Clark; and George Miller of Eld- ,aTUART UD' LNiN
'r" many
and red were dinner guests at ROM ..ee> NF DAYa
Incidentally, Dr. Denison
: I' Garden Tea room In Vero Sun- :
I Ted .
Horn came from the same Wood nsat
r locality In Indiana and the doctor day.Mr ''I c, n,.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF and *. "Babe"
In Crown r. !
i drove a car ". : .
'l.1 j, JELLY AND MARMALADES Poin';, ind, races In 190) when "
I' MANY NE y NOVELTIES i the track was banked with balled I-

h i WE ALSO IJlrt FRUIT hay.
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," [: i' Ed's Fruit and Hovelt ..Shop I that Neighborliness marks Informal Is the keynote parties 1

nearly every flay In the week.
GARLAND EDEN FIELD, Owner Thursday of last week a partyof
Corner 2nd St. AtTederal I Highway nine Edenlawn residents responded -

: to an Invitation from
I Mr, and Mrs. Victor Conklln to ,
be their guest for a trip to
Marine Land and luncheon at
Smorgasborg going In Edenlawn

station wagon, and In entertaining / Pa :
i EXTENDS THEIR] of Mr. and Mrs. Conklln'i
guests Mr. and Mrs. George
i ir THA K i
Mescal from DUluth, Minn. I iI
t l' To tree people of Martin C unvf who-' have patronized Others invited for the occasionwere 1

i and recommended our\*d establishments as Miss Peggy Collier, Miss l
: 1' a= ,
Annette Cave, Mrs. Florlne Cave,
THE PLACE ATi Arthur Phillips and Dumond
J Merwin.
j i Krueger Bldg. C. H.Storer, Mgr.
1 4 4I '
Mr and Mrs Merritt Paulson
-:-=-- "- came up from their winter home, .,.giving fi e pttple

Ocean Edge,in Palm Beach,Sun-
Radio Appliance ? HELPS TO KEEP
I /roubles 11
day for visit with the Eden-

I r-- CALLBARTLETT- [lawn Arthur Colony.Phillips made such a YOUR TELEPHONE RINGING .g! tr HsportaU ('. .-.ufbi. cost

J5ROS.FASTEFFICIE wonderful and artistic flower

for' Science arrangement lecture for last the Sunday Christian and, It takes a lot of folks with teleph/ie know-how to fciHlWif it !

T ELIABLE It received such complimentary keep our program of Improving service moving

I w notice that he has received an long at a record pJh* in Florid

I M SERVICE Invitation make a-display to participate for the Palm and More new employees an evfr before ore being ,:from pup; {flood;Gy M hound"grew-oa-..i.good'Idea::to'build

Oseeola Ave. Phone"Stuart 209 Beach Garden Club Flower show trained in telephone classrWr/ On the job, is a ,new," ;"m".'", lI'. trtisjtttM for THE PEO_PLEA: :; *
to-be held shortly: operators, installers, malnteMce and business-'
skilldCH01e N* (mall,..not jrtiglj..W PEOPLE.:
Mr and ,Mrs. Charles Tuttle, fics employees. More ire necessary .. ,
Jt4t uncle and aunt of Victor Conk: because the job of providir senile is growing The thing Greyhou knows,best b iW to get fi/>//tO t the plAaI

BARGAINS Mourovla lln. will arrive Cal., to this be week the guests from tremendously, they want to,go,..st the tmet they want to go..,,at"'w" they can kfiotd.

5 of Mr. and Mn. COnklin at Red- It takes time but, despitefthe handicaps rids And this for odes s
LARGE LOTS INJCITY ,..; .' ,Greyhound wer ,.towns,village .lad corner
wood cottage. telephone folks are In the Kick of things, 1 le than other traniponadoa T"
's 100 ft. :z 660/t. From Lexington, Ky",. pomes and working to nuke you*service bigger end bet .' ijny, system. ,

1 ON GOOD HARD tlJRFsTCED ROAD Miss Mary Kopplus on visit ters Real progress Is bel made every day I -- 'Wh)) It'l more,,Greyhound makes this! ;.wAm rlcin-tt le>*trtTel t friend!*,
to Mill! Collier She will
SE arrive Monday.Peggy Miss Koppituand easy;convenient.,.topplng in. the heart,of bfg cities..at,the drug store

t Miss Collier met to fSchwetnfunt,, cross from' the city!;hall+,..01,at.Pete Jooe<.;ninch, IftA.rt where Pete

,OTTO BIN Germany, when both were doing PROGRESS..4 / wants to get off. ,
pife shortages
Red Cross work there. Miss !Kop

pius was' stationed. in the town In Florid daring IMSlth. Telephone CompuyInstalM Why d* titfmflt like G,4JouDdr-TheWi your a n w.rt gW mo*

and Miss Peggy at the air base mar IscUitl .hn at aiy etbtr time lahiitorJ. portation.: r.w.ose.ud. ., let of it. ,' '
Their1 acquaintance developedInto ../Ie,320.eoile.|>f ,icb nf. wire, S.65J 1:' -
4, a staunch friendship from miles of long dirtuct lrcaits, and S4.J8S sew ;,; 'i', ',, ,
D ttUphonM \Initdlxt fs\local tad long distance
which they are not losing sight

1'' WELL D LERS But Dr.more and about Mrs. J.these A. Qatlln girls later.and central of employee oBc addition ldcru wire 4 96 nad>pr and etnt.At .the num.bw Chiskolm'sSTUART i ," C'4Jei: .,ia'

Madison Weeks of Eldred, and ttlcphoM service grows,so does hi valoe to
All yea That's because reach !'
Types Ing you CM M many more'p.opla
their house guest Mrs. Oatllsssister
Each*" day brings for ,.FtQeJIDA \
NEW EQ IPMEN Mrs. W. H. Brent from tal.|>.hoM doBar.SOUTHWN yon poor \.. ; .... .. ,. '
Hammond, La, spent lost: weekend : ,, :
Charles r Maye & Jack_ I ons u visitors of Mrs. Louise

s 1rt Fourth St. Garage Apt. Dugas of Miami Beach, and '

jiut West of Dr. Porker's Office Baton Rouge. Enroute: to her MU ANO TfliiiIA, #tE OOIIt AY' ORtYMOUND; :
winter home Mrs. Dupe spent r war

a number of dejw In BUnd.

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take a glance at the- state's-report He also staged a program at the price decline of front It) to :JO '
of, the multiple duties this ., Blue Goose where the patrons per cent. New fork, Philadelphia Itf t FRO FAINFVI '
corps of public servants have e .r contributed an additional $40 for and Denver followed with

IN N PATROLMEN. performed during the past year.' the National\ Foundation for Infantile 25 per cent;. Atlanta, 15 to 18 6y C D MOWS SERIES' ; I a ab

Florida Highway Patrolmen : Paralysis Inc. per cent; Chicago, 15 per cent

---'- recovered 3.S1J aisle; automobiles : Mr. Harrington expressed congratulation and Los .Angeles 10 per cent, 'blest. Co. TiOPIcwuu1w.r. '"cu.

,hway Guerdons Do valued at 13,285,000 during to Sheriff O. M. with heavier can more.

More Than DelaySpeed2rier. 1945 and 1949 It was disclosed Hancock drive director, for being -
today when Director H. N. Kirk- '.
; the '
first county In the nation '
/man filed his biennial report k'
The Florida, ,Hlghway Patrol: with The State Department of to go over the top In the BUENA NEWLIN KING .

ei far more than delay speedg Public Safety polio drive and voiced appreciation -

motorists .who'dtsregl.rd: the! The patrol, apprehended\ 508 to Capt. Herman Relts and

el of others In their clan tot !escaped prisoners, 857 wanted the Sailfish Club officials for SCHOOL OF DANCE .-

for their'dollar durthe criminals and located 665 )missing 'M4 his 1947 membership In the club,
persons during the two year opens
g winter vacation. period,, 5 I IF
Besides keeping a 24-hour! DAY, F .14'
A total of 7088/ accidents were USED CAR PRICES
glance over the network orts .i' Pr
Investigated by highway patrol- '
highways this .i'myp! of men. Their records show that WOMAN UB HOUSE '
I --'--'--" '-' A recent national survey of
lected and specially
such ,accidents resulted in 829 Palatka Fla. -Lovely. 18-yeaf- the
pricesof used automobileshas
titers put Into practical usee deaths and Injuries to 5,4641 persona old Nancy Stllley, sponsored) by revealed price decreases of Pre-school age chiypiiiV ..._..no ...". .. .2 130 p. m.' I -
three E'i of safety En- .
leering, Education and En- I the Winter Haven Junior Chain from 10 to :SO per cent with a 6-8 year old ..... m........_ _-.... ...-_,._. _3iOO p. m.:
Arrests for traffic violationsand ber of Commerce has been' entered harper decline predicted. One ,
cement i If you are one who miscellaneous offenses numbered In the\! Seventh Annual big dealer In the East expecteda : 9 to 12 year olds ... .... '.\_...... ... ._ .3:30p. m.: 1
Link be Crest
trade* they M Florida might Exhibit qn Mo 1.1)I 17601, Of this number It- Azalea Festival Queen Contest drop of from 20 to percent I Others may enroll at. ......? .._._....._..__.....4 ::00 p:m.* '
255 persons were convicted when to be held at the Ravine ay} within 30 to BO days ,
I! brought to trial.Reckless i dens on Feb 19, as Florida'. Most Boston recorded the biggest' '.
I driving topped all Photogenic Girl by the Florida
red A. Stafford ether traffic violations with '6- Camera Club and last "Decem 1 ,

684 such cases listed. Next in ter she won the women's cham-I i

Registered order were 4308 cases against pionship during Florida's Third .
Individuals charged with No Annual Water-Ski Tournament Silver
Sterling 4..
Civil Engine
Drivers License. { held at Cypress Gardens.

An Drunken driving caused the F-}
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arrest of 2.962 offenders
Land Sure 0 Written warnings were issued WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Hanoi Bulky, IS-yetr-old Aqua NEWS111IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIllillllillltt111111p By Alvin

Stuart, F ida to 10,109 motorists while patrol- I Maid and photographic model became the second cnnOarde 1t I SOLID STERLING SILVERPATTERN + ;t '
*en rendered lOme' aid or as- girl to appear on the Sore) of LIFE: in.two-years' time and her abs 1GRomantique

PhoneJ sistance H.634 others. They Is looking pleased with till magulne,out February 14. I Mr, and Mrs, H. Waldron-----.1 of'I ?
administered first aid to 1,545 ., I .
-- '- Lansing, Mlch arc the guestsof :
1>e1'1011I.Among. Mr. and Mr.'c Wlnowlskl.Mr. t
other activities of the .HomeDemonstration Where Does Your I A Classic Among Fashions f
and Mrs. T R Hclller and
T r.A 7 patrol its members spent 628- Smartest Sterling Patterns ,.
930, hours patrolling highways Health Dollar Go? daughter\ Mary Ann motored to '

and 240,443 hours on station Okeechobee Sunday. A 36-Piece Service For Six 4 -.e"-, / $148.50 i 1

duty. In patrol duty they traveled NotesBy ,! Mr and Mrs. Carl Fischer of I r (Tn Included: } 11 ,

SOREMUScLEKEUEF I 8.629208 miles.Department I CENTRAL Chicago arrived Sunday to spenda
eiiamlners took MISS LUriLE INSCOE e}+RLAU ''- few weeks with Mr. and Mrs.

62,982 hours conduct tests for 0 T W. C Johnson and Mrs.y.. THE "ESTAET CHEST ;

259,402 appllc its for drivers There are many Interesting VITAL Johnson.

license Of tho e examined 182- !things going on In the kitchensof STATISTICS Mr. and Mrs Sam Wortham of .-t, A SILVER ** T LINED WITHSfLVERLOTH 1
836 successfully passed the tests Martin County Home Makers. Speculator, N Y are the guestsof -- A

ub on NEURA'BALM while '7irrffalled. i Generally speaking, Horn Mak- Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Backus A IFIC '

I. PENETRATING Durlni the year 1946 highway ers are, not so eager to show their and family. t ; i1
M41C1IHMI ft1lW. lMOOT. patrolm recovered 1,421 stolen :wares, and we fall to know about Mrs. Florence Beariislcy t I Ia
us ...- cars worth $1,500,000; captured some of these things which few days last week In Miami : I'
i ,
2. STIMULATINa.Moa 2C5 escape)! prisoners; 360 want- ,tome of these things which with relatives.
W.oa ale.a ao. b ok ed criminals: and located .274: ,should be.: shared with others. Mr and.Mrs. H. Waldrou Mr. JF ,ABSOLUTELY PREVENTS TARNISH
Whe missing persons. Mrs. D. O. Van de Water of and Mrs. Frank Palmer. MI',. PERFECTION; EVEN fo THE LINING
w They made 10,518 arrests in Clara Gideon.. George Gideon jf \
HEN ro. roe ,sooty a ,the Indlantown road did her 18.50
.. Pw, Y worn r bui ..Ir.e. 1946 showing an increase over First meat'canning last and Steve Sabot spent SaturdayIn '
a uod.wO : September 1 $ \ (NoT ) ,
14.d 1945. They also Issued more Miami.
w .re e. and since then she has gradually I
lib r .or. a.a, ..b.ni warning notices in 1946 handing built up a pantry of food Lleut, and Mrs. Paul ? cReynold. .
out 7,247 such- tickets while in YOUR CHILD'S RIGHTA of Washington. D. C. aw'
that would -make mouth
A,4 1945 they gave out only 2862. water. your, birth certificate the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. E. WALKER: I I
'R. & J Jewelers t
., w.Iua. The patrol also spent more Hellier and Miss CharlotteHelller.
a.5 nw died 1..s. r aa.p. She had her poultry flock culled properly recordedA .
Mon L .b. Lao, wd, a.my hme on patrol Investigated moreaccidents' ,
and examined more and canned twentyfivequarts recent innovation for the Mr. and Mrs. C, T. Tyndull and \
1..rarlu w.nle. id ot chicken. Her turkeys of OSCEOLA AVE STUART, FLORIDA'
alluraJU' correctly recorded
,.. .
tIVow S> .oohioa LOAN sod applicants for drivers license In family of West Palm Beach spent
.. birth certificates the State
lniM r m. ww.w r :rwrnch you should see) were eat- by
Ho i )**! ham .Mr.licmMX ,.d 1946 than in 1945. Board! of Health's Bureau of VItal the week end here with Mr and .
l..d L Uf Ma.nk..wick. bil Nratahtlm.kmv. lii.My Feat, ,Starting the biennium with a so ing she too canned much) high-priced eighteen quartsof food Statistics, Is a special tech-" Mrs. W. L. Fredrtcksen. ;1 I
.sod krvm. Follow liftcriom 10 hit*. balance of $181ooo.the Department nlque for verifying Information Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peter-
iioni fa nr. 754 M< I t. kalllM. the meat. She has put fifty contained .on the certificate. and and
Mr. Mrs.
son Frank
,of Public Safety took In
MOD[ N-CUAN-SOOTHING pints of beef Into cans. During past year mistakes suchas
approximately $1.710,000/ from color sex, name. and other Shasek who are vacationing here i
lEURA'BALMWAY sales of drivers licenses and Most of this meat has been vital bits of Information were from Chicago, spent last weekvisiting '
fAJI spent approximately $1300,000 canned In tin; and'has been used _found to righted be Incorrectly reportedwere :In St. Petersburg, Ft.I BESS HARDWARE 'CO. ,

REUEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN and now- baa on hand $390,000to In-various ways. receipt of photostatic by parents copy'upon of Meyers. Sarasota and other !
its credit. 'We' have'' so many winter certificate and finally corrected points on the West coast. I il I
guests: who drop In unexpectedly, for all time In the VS Bureau. Mrs. Arnold Taube was hostess WHERE FISH ING BEGINS i ;t j 1 ;; '

and It Is such a joy to be able to her bridge club at Sey I''
to open up a can of meat and Ex. Deed-Edwin D. Leaycraftto : mour's Inn on Tuesday after
LUMBERj make chicken salad;broiled meat Earl Leaycraft.. noon. High scores were made by HARDWARE REFRIGERATION ", I;i ";
meat pies, souffles?,. etc., etc." Mrs., R. S. Robertson and Miss
.Af fl,-.Robert Cv Schock to The Elizabeth Robertson. Other !
nays Mrs. Van de Water. '
and Mr. Van de Water who has Alderman, Mrs. Adolph Ilcrtcl, jf'
helped greatly with thla'project Plat-Oak lane Manor to The members playing weie Mrs. C. H. t I 'l y
r (and-h a;enjoyed it) says, "I Public Mrs E. j. Ward Mrs Seymour l SPORTING GOODS TACKLE I I
BuildingMaterials I Gideon, and Mrs. Lewis Gamble.Ocean ,
cant tell the difference between ;
a I Plat-Salerno Small Farms to
this and fresh lI,1eatJ' ,
The Public. : 1

6 g I.. On February the eighteenthat Mtg.-lena Herbert Bank G.of Gass Stuart to Citl- ..Harrington,Breeze the magician Camp and 1 Paints and Oils an arinc Hardware : 1ft a!; ;\\1\1.j \

are more plentiful two-thirty o'clock, Miss Isabelle -, WJxCcart" 1 M. Fogt to Rose B. Mrs. Harrington turned In $81.7 ,11 I.: j 7eV
Food for a magic show at Ocean '
: Thursby, Conserva- Deringer.
Joii Specialist for'' the Florida for the March ot Dimes. 1 Fishing pair Parts and Service n4 '
SWD.-1'homu Savas to Clara Tacklj '
We May Have What You Need Extension Service will give an- May Douglas. sri; I : r ;

For That New Hotnf- e Sure to See Us other demonstration1' In the Eat FX>.-City of Stuart to Certain ISVOURtlVH"CRYING

series of demonstrations being Lands. .
ALSHF LEY, r. put on In cooperation with the Tax :D.-Martin County to W. L.Sullivan. FOR HELP' ': ,1'1'' 1
local Red Cross Chapter The i and CROSLEY ; I

East Co st L n ber demonstration will ,be given in ,Vtt>.-Clifton Green to Levi p.Rltch. beams?of It constipation roc lert bilious or faulty, tour dlicatlon -, KELVJNATOf : :
the Home Demonstration Officein bloated With i At, headachy bl ,
the Oughteraon Building. WJX-Clifton Green to Levi R. grouchy you nw e putUn. I
& Si/pply/ Co. Miss Thursby\ 1s well known Rltch. a digested burden food on. your beau 'r.IV' l.fa tY;:"I;: AP LIANC and SERVICE t ,

throughout the state, and Jt will W.D.-Henry B. Rains to Carl L caws toxins, whl v"rlood the. fiejsf I
< liver, keeping It "king properly ,
Phone 22 \ .Stuart, Florida be> well worth your time to at- Bess Then 1a IIn' ell.vo qsuetlt'ea :
ten this demonstration. ',S.D.-An'drell B. Catala to Lver rating: L t tuba hetp '
asters a the palm l iv. and
Don't forget 'February the Qeo. B. Bradley. =:1 1 created mallet n your On the AiriAlly 5:45 P. M. I lt '
: ;
eighteenth at two-thirty In the Q C.-Evelyn Plnsen to Adeline and lnteatlnea Noah actsdun I'' .a I t' ''I
old I Calotabs hIse dl.
a good
Home Demonstration! Office.Are : 8. Bowers. WD.-Adelalne 8, Bowers to B. Day Phones 38 and 216 Nile 44-R-4 Box N l" J f'iI'

FOR SALE'Duplex :you'using fresh citrus In,S.W.D.D.-..Jesse Plnson.Lee' and' Doris Lee rkeCALOTAB, ,,1 111Don't //1 !if ii ,

your' meals? Remember, wer are to Broward Lee. -,..... ....-. l led' I ''IJ''
among the lucky ones In being '
able to have this fresh. fruit Sat. Mtg.-Joseph 'I. Haller' to 1 too
Stucco available. JU A.f.rb08ut.W.D.AdcUe -
Sundy to Kate N.


dtg..'-L. C. Cameron to T. T.wb .
Donald C. Molyneux, 25, and
Partly' PjurnirfiedCLbSI : .- ,TOX Brown to O.L. Myers. Athalle Krueger 28. both of Fort '

Sat. Judg.-Sincere.Fla. Greyhound to Lauderdale and LInda ;O.Fred Chandler A. Grooms, 33, both, 29, You Don't Have To. Be In That Low, Class. 'i
Roy "
Nl la Donald of Fort Pierce;.Eugene Gorman ..e:
AgreeRichie Knapp
'Johna.. Challancln.Hattaway, 48 33,, and both Mary of Stuart.: Jane Get into the upper, class. We wive thel bB' (*equipri>lent in the county to align you*"* '
WD.-Belle 'McPherson to Eddie 1.

1 I,. Barton. Wheels, straighten your frameXdMnance your tires.

$7j Asgt Mtg.-C. B. Arbogaat to The Florida'Times

;' c WD. Myrtle Citizens Erstlne Bank Eckesa to Union We have ra'RALPH me\to do this work. See' Us Right Away. ;:

Earl J. Rlcoa. Morning. aper r
A Home'and Income Nary Dlsc.\ ..-Clarencs Ewd. Jones .adabNl r:

: Jr.* Lowe R
WU. Chas, T,' Klmble to Elmer Stuart' J lerno ULMER MOTOR CO.

Graham. Port S&tK Pal City
THEODORE ?Colt 1J..state' 'f1 Florida to F Wfiofne Deliv
: ; Charlea, F; Dirt, drop r card toR v
B liKosar'la r R:Dalba to Simons E. L'HEUREUXDistributor PHONE 9141 "
Ilon'B14- Phone 81 t
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Ii" IA It Tttf nm START NEWS, 8Tt7A1\T, Martin County! FtOl\It. 9f T DAt 'rta; i!, let"r _

r -====== ol=ersl---_-..meoloso: : : : :===::oldie :THE lift OF AN EDITOR uiiiiitiiimninHiiiiiiiHHiiiiiininiiiiiiiiniiimiiniiiniiini, IlnnlllslHorticrdturallty ,

; m 1 e tuart {ew Tom Dreier Says-: Scotland Neck Commonwealth (Indiana) Speak!

An editor is the chief official of a newspaper. In the
Published .,.. sits In I I I li ll ll i t ll Il 1 1 1 1 1 i11111III I II I I I Ills nh 111 I l l l ,
every Thursday at OClOJOClO= :::: -=====:-os:: .oe: : o :=:::::2f large cities where there are daily papers the editor IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I1 l I ,

,{ Stuart, Martin County, Florida. PERSONAL CRITICISM DISASTROUS= back in his office and writes editorials and leaves it to the One of my correspondents In India .Is Dt Raghpyi Heddy
by Stuart Dally Mews, Inc, a city editor and news reporters to gather the newt He is address .Is Penagaluru, Cuddupah (DT,), S, Jndia. lie write.
s Florida corporation. We do ourselves damage whenever we Indulge personal a man who is supposed to read lot and keep up with Interesting letter that 1 am reproducing into one III full:
rl Entered aa second-class' mad criticism. Speaking evil of others lessens our working the world and to vise'and suggest and urge his fellow ,
matter at the post office at capital of goodness. We ourselves lose when we persist citizens to do things 'which he thinks are for the benefitof At promised In my letter of 'July-S. t am sending In ,,

Stuart, Florida, under the Acts In seeing imperfections in others. all. sample post a box of seeds of flowering trees. The enclosed h/

v of March e, 1879.f "One who indulges in critical thoughts of others," An editor on a small town newspaper Is the man the,details of the seeds' now sent AU the seeds are from lit|
A FREE PRESS writes Harold Molter, "is entertaining the belief that they who answers the telephone 'sometimes writes the personals flowering trees found In the forest around here The mst! it It

f i 34 YEARS OF SERVICE are lacking in some good quality or resource. Thus hewho and the parties, the funeral notices and the news stories, on the Coromandel coast of South India.

and me .." boll Km WM meW ,.._ criticises has accepted in his own' consciousness .the reads proofs, lolirits'the advertising, and when he has The forests are fairly thick and) wild animals roam In the

i'' 1 ...tin r puUt smart....n.|I.....al.Ilea....flralr. April' ..sawsA IS, belief of lack. Unless this belief is corrected, he himself time writes a few editorials. Tigers heetllJ, bears, stags, boon, spotted deer, porcupinemonklet ,
FREE PEOPLE 1I1S. and Ik. Stuart II......... with. may manifest lack of some kind. Have we not all seen ex- The editor sometimes has hard life. When some and several other small} animals are found In the forest
II ... a
which{ Th. TI. wa onantidiMi' .. ..
amples of this in Associations with others Occasionally
{ a March .. 1S11 Th. stturt Dailr N.w.'w. our one gets into trouble with the law and the editor prints the live In the forests. During the rains cattle numbering several t that
.. rounded 00<0..... a. Kit it, ,!k.I we meet an individual who Is practically poverty-et ricken
I I Ir ditto{. ... lorawrlr ...".. ai?ha + story that person gets mad becaues he does not want anybody go to the forest for grazing. During that period men tend,, .
e .y,, Smith Florida 00..lop r. -disappointed, critical, discontented, and usually convinced to know about his trouble with the law. He never cattle'haw temporary residence la the forest.. At other tuna sot

1 that someone or some" condition outside of himself stops to think that it is the editor's duty to report and that In the forestIn .
CI WIN LNNINQ1a. h the of his
[RNLr.r F. LYONS .:. .:'. .:::,, ? ??d.eMlaea Y.n.aer a.n.aer:: Accept cause the truth that happiness unhappiness he made the conditions himself which the editors reports. gathering the seeds, I sent peppto> who live On the "bad-
your or Then, there are other persons who do good and the editor the forests, called V.nadiltho ire semi-wild. The Yeiudu h,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES depends completely upon the thoughts you admit to your recounts their activities for the benefit of the publicas edible found the forest.
{ I' 1II.n. 0.. 1'.. S.O. Tw. Y....._ _...._.. __._....... consciousness.. Seek goodness in all perSons and I editor' is In hot be. fruits and toots In They come !at!11i1llll
a good example and then the Water the the borders of the forests with idem
.."....tlM..too pals !k., ...? .. "...H......... TI.. ............. .,.erns UIa Nfht things. Expect the best from everybody. Think kindly his well-meaning writing took the form of publishing villages on for sale. bringing fewfa hon
cause fruits of the
season Eiceptlng as Indiafe
to r J""rt .b..uen.bl..d.ett..t
rn. A.......... rrrM I, ndv.i..ir anr.] ...111o ** ings. Express that gratitude by doing your share to add broadcast to the world. Of course, the editor had a good possible the seeds
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRES b I to procure only DOW sent. I have tin
$ to the happiness of others. Your life is what you by your
; motive in the deed but the
and sound publishing good
to. procure seeds of several other flowering trees In the fore*.
j. 'IIHIIIIItllllimmil'llllimilllllllllllllllllllimmillllimill' / $ llllllllllllllNIIIIIIIIII' own thinking make it. of the individual sometimes makes him Critical of
,. 0 0 modesty have sent me only two tags. So I Could not/ send earlier the seal.
r "YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR the editor for so publishing it. have to wait till all the seeds that could be got now are pmrurnt
... SOME MEN HAVE SMART MOTHERS Then there are folks who get sick and if you publish Other seeds will be lent In other season.
: ailMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIMII, I ill 11111011 U 111111 III 1111111 11111 The mother of Malcolm Wi Bingay, Detroit's best their names in the sick list so that their friends will know I For reference, I am using the "Vernacular List of Trees, Stand

Some week ago I sprung the problem about the man known! editor, was too smart to worry. She was not con- where they are and be able to send them flowers, cards Woody Climbers' by A. W. Lushlngton,.Madras, 1913.. The
who cashed check at fused. She knew her job. Her son remembers hearingher and them visits these get mad because they the seeds for the, theof
a the bank, spent $3.50 and then discovered pay persons Is useful to me I In getting you, as Telugu l nt
that he still had exactly h\'lcethe amount of money I say something like this; don't like their sicknesses published in the newspapers. the Yenadis, is also found In the reference.
for "which} he had written the check ; he realized the bank "I'm not competent to paM judgment on a lot of thingsthat Then there are others who are taken sick and go to hospitals Some of the seeds I send snlehf/ be quite new Introdudm

I, teller had transposed! the dollars and cents; what was the seem to worry other people., .' There is nothing I I and because their names are not published in the U S. A. By the end of the year \ Will send you several other ,
amount of the check he wrote All my various Ideas about I can do to reform the world. I have at least sense enough sick list so that their friends will know about their illnesses You can send me a few tugs more to enable ins to send you tads fir

how to work that one went for nought and my appeal to to know that, so I do not try..I'm not interested in making they get sore at the editor for not doing his duty. They Orchid., ferns palms, are also, found la the forest. I red j gr

,J I readers of this column fell on infertile ground ; only one Christians; of the heathen Chinese or the African natives don't atop to think that the editor has never been notified ,you seeds of palms also. Most pf the flowering tree seeds of the

kind soul responded, my long time friend Professor Horace . They are far away and perhaps know what. they that they were sick by the members of the family and are likely to lose their germination power, by,the time the seeds
Atwood. but he could not solve it either. lIe sent the! want better than I would. is impossible for the editor to keep up with the health of you. Such seeds that do not germinate win be sent again

problem to his son! in West Virginia, and the answer came "I can't be a president of the United States or the head all persons in the community, J If( any of the libraries in your place has the book by Lush*' .

I, back promptly-but no method of arriving at it. I sup of any big corporation nor would I want to be. Such Then there are other persons Who have company and you can refer Jo the book and write to me for all the seeds of tkt
All I know is.that I have
pose you have to pay to learn that kind of mathematics. things are beyond my ken. wonder why Mrs. Jones' visitor names are in the paper' mentioned In It. I rids procure 'a copy for you, If you are MmI ,
I am none the less!, !jrratefal to Atwood 4: Son, because at responsibilities right here at home looking after you chil- but her visitors are over-loked. They feel like the edi- I am proposing: to go to the f rear to gather plant muleriil)
I _last I am sure there is an answer '' dren. That's the biggest Job to me in all the world.Tcalff tor has something against them because he will not publish sent to Dr. A- E. Jenkins, and Dr. H. S. Fawcett. Pictures abu!

t The; amount of the check was $14.32. The bank teller I' change the universe but I can remain myself. their news but they over-look the fact that they have not taken of the plint. I may take pictures of flowering trees ala.<>tin
cashed it for $32.14 and after spending $3.50, the man I That'sthe big thing of life. To find happiness with- ever bothered to cill the newspaper office to let the di- bloom and send the copies on to you. .
i still had $28.04 which was exactly double the amount for in yourself, And you can" only find that by forgetting tor know that they have had visitors. Then there are other The. forest are abundant with plants and 1 tubers of meuVliul i

ill\t which he had written the check. yourself and helping others.o 0 0 folks, who never want their names in the paper and when I. The Yenadis bring the drugs and sell them to the \'ilLtgrn.I 1

e :, I have submitted the problem to Puzzlesmith!! penname they have visitors and the editor happens to get hold of I drugs are useful to treat animals also. Ayurveda, the system of I
i Ii} for the puzzle expert on the staff of the Christian TIME TO QUIT MAKING CORPORATION NOISESIt the item and publishes it they rather resent the publicity medicine, fa practiced by the local doctor These doctors use the
j iI'', Science :Monitor and when he I gives! me a method of solvng is time for Big Business to quit making noises like a because they do not like publicity on their personal activi- i found In the forests. >

I ,. .- \ I will print i it here.'j" corporation and play the part of human, beings.. That'swhut ties. And, the same thing goes for parties, some persons Some people) know si\ drug which win heal a bone ram
__ 0 0 Charles Luckman the able and courageous young get sore because the editor doesn't have their parties pub- fractured in very'short time. This drug Is known only tn a li

I 'Professor; Atwood this week brought me another of head of Lever Bros. says. lie heads a company whose sales lished in his paper and others get sore because their parties who githrd the secret very well. Number of people: with Ixnkra I.

those very fine winter avocadoes that he is raising on his reach the $200 million a year mark. Yet he dares talk are published, and it is revealed to the world that they go to that family and get cured .

I place. It seems to me that if some of these persons who freely about wishing to pay his workers still higher wages had aparty and didn't invite everybody that they would, There Is another drug for asthma also, which has to be "tAaoh .

,; want to establish a business that will keep them through and insure them Mill greater social benefits. like to have invited. So, the editor gets blamed either way. a fullnwon day. People take drug and get themselves cured i d
workers 21
'It the years to come, they ought to plant winter avocadoes.The Thirty years ago his company paid plant Then, there are other well-meaning persons who malady. Several other drugs are obtained In the forest for curing
# than 50 hours. To-
t do well bear j cents an hour for a work week of more think that there certain reforms which should be I but Is known to few
seedlings taste that
l! I heavily, good, bring a and the houtly' is are undertaken diseases magically drug only a very pIt
i good price. If I lived en a farm In Martin County, I would day the work week is 40 hours wage in the community and they come to the editor Is their monopoly
1 i raise 70 avocado trees from seed every winter, because that $1.11. "ChucLuckman\ says there is no reason Why the and want the editor'to initiate the reform without regardfor I Yenadis refuse to take allopathic medicines. They usually, |

,. i 13 the number required to plant one acre if the trees arer' wage should not eventually"be $2.22. in talk "is the fact that the editor may have a somewhat different several of the useful drugs of the forests, make decoction of I si

I set 25 feet apart both ways I would plant one acre every "What business needs, he said a affirmations public ,and opinion from their own, and overlooking entirely the addi- I it. The Yenadis are always Very healthy, u they! eut forest Inns
r'' year until I had utilized every available spot. If cared for I fewer negations and" a pologies and more tional fact that they have just as much civic duty to per- UM! honey in large quantities, Some of the diseases of (lie en

,ifl t cultivated and fed until well established, those trees would constructive, plans. form as the editor and should take care of their own re- people are unknown to the Yen edds. They live to a great old igf
.vThen: he- went Oft 1 "In this connection( some of youmay form movements. So criticize the editor when he of child... '
loving a steady income before too long and they go\ on they They also beget large number
Ht p bringing in the shekel winter after winter. It is worth wonder whether it is really wise for me, as an employer doesn't fall in with their plans to "tell Mr. Jones so-and-so You can feel free tn write 'm* for anything I could do f fa

\, doing; the cost i N almost nothing, just the effort. to state publicly that I believe in higher wages, about that obstacle in front of his door that I tripped over from this part of India."
it 'dan-
1 shorter hours, bigger pensions and BO on. Isn't last night yet they are afraid to mention the matter E. A, 1t

I Automobile !parking around the Atlantic Court apart- 'gerous' to talk this wayT Won't it put Ideas in our employes' either to Mr. Jones or the police officers. They want the

:., sent presents a serious problem for which a solution needs I heads, and make trouble Aren't we running the editor; to take the responsibility and accept the blame. CROWING OLD CALLS FOR INGENUITYAND
1 ,'" to be found. The 50 tenants need places to keep their I!' risk that our employee will mistake! our objectives for a I Then, there are other persons, when the editor embarkson FORTITUDE

Ii t" cars no doubt about that. But East Fourth Street is a I promise, our hopes for commitments some reform which he thinks is in the interest of the -
I 1''l through street with a considerable amount of traffic, and I Itilt [ "My answer is that all Lever employes can read, write citizens generally, who jump up and get sore at him and i BY HOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN
I refuse to them
". ;. ; street running between the Atlantic: Court and the and understand English. Consequently cuss him out because they say he is trying to run the community (Chicago Columnist, writing from Carmel, Califoo.
'l high\ school officially known as High School Avenue, is short on common sense I believe that we of managementcan and tell folks what they ought to do and what they

t ', used ((1)) by the school busses, (2)) by 'all residents of share our objectives and hopes with them, without fear ought not to do. Of'course, the editor does sometimes Where have., my travels fetched me?
Highlands subdivision and there are a score of homes i it : of crucifixion, and that unless we share our visions of the over-step the bounds like all folks who talk to the public Looking back on what I have seen and heard, 1

in that area and ((3)) by all the trucks entering or leavingthe I I road ahead we cannot expect the men who work with us such ai preachers and editors and leading politicians and pears to, me that 'California is essentially a tragic; P

school grounds with lumber or milk, cement or bread. I to understand the temporary disappointments. that .inevitably statesmen, and attempts to tell the world too much of whatit Here, as nowhere else,.one sees man's pathetic quell' '

.\t This street is not wide enough to accommodate these three I arise along the way" .. ought to do, and of course this is bad because the editor the rainbow's end.

',' .?' traffic streams, and it certainly is not wide enough also to o ought to realize that he has his limitations and his opinions Here he comes, lured by the sun and the promsurcease
: permit dead parking of automobiles. Where this street HE DREAMED OF A BIG BRIDGE are not always perfect. Most of us editors {do try to from pain. He may be a retired captain of
i runs dead-end into Fourth Street creates a dangerous intersection If you once start thinking in terms of big things you H realize that, but of course we make mistakes.All dustry,' well wrapped in cash; or a simple workinfl!
I t. 't with exceedingly vision. Therefore before find yourself thinking in terms of bigger things. Leland In all, the editor who tries to'>> do a good job of! reporting with little more than carfare in his pocket. But whall

somebody gets hurt, I rata reduce poor the risk First, may we Stanford helped solve railroad construction problems that the news, good and bad in reporting the partiesand his clothes or credit he is a donkey with, the carrot
suggest that the Iota back of the Atlantic Court be paved other men thought insoluble. But when he began to talk social events of his community, in writing editorials., out of reach of his nose. *

y 1: and Used by the apartment guests for their dead parking. about a bridge across San Francisco Bay, they' called him which he thinks are constructive, finds himself in hot water The first hurdle he has to jump in his quest for

econd suggest that High School Avenue be widened an impractical dreamer. from time to time. He is damned if he doesn't, Sympa- piness is finding a place to live. And here he! must
d 20 feet by taking a 15-foot slice off the school grounds, Half century, later that bridge was built. No. 20- thize with the poor editor sometimes, folks and see if you his first compromise. The''perfect spot eludes him.

J { and 6-foot slice off the other side. Third, may we sug"gest 000,000 cars a year go whizzing over it. Business has can't understand his problems and overlook some of his one place there Is rain. In another there Is dust. Wbe!
a red. nd-grl'en light at that bad intersection. These been no rood that tolls have dropped from 65 cents a car or her mistakes.I is green there Is fog. Where the-. sun shines too muck,

.' improveuents will cost Some money but ignoring them is to 25.nlre di: surveys have been made for another bridge skin shrivels. Despite the!! lyrie verbiage of chamber
1 the bay to help handle th j floods of traffic. LUXURIES VS NECESSITIESAn uncharted.
f going to cost some lives. Which shall it be? across commerce, the Garden of Eden remains
t E. A, M. When engineers are asked, "Can you build bigger authority on large-scale merchandising recently always just over the hill, or up another valley, Event!
'f bridges than this?" they answer "We can bridge/any- the immigrant settles somewhere: If he has to wort fs
made this observation : "At the end of the )
first world
: that somebody can pay for. There are no'imposai. he works and the absence of ice
Its 4 COSTLY CARELESSNESS thing war consumers seemed to have the money to purchase all living, ; except for
terms of impossibilities ob
think in
bilities except when men life than
slush and a somewhat slower tempo of
the luxuries and then they complained they could not af-
\ We Floridians sometimes look across the continent 0, 0, existence co
climates of
in more rigorous his pattern
ford the necessities. That to be the situation
and contemplate with wonder some of the antics of our HIS FEAR WRECKED HIS CAR seems today. to bear a striking resemblance to what it was "back b>iIII
He cites! the of
California.. A friend whose plunged agamst an electric light case a woman who recently bought a very of his.I s
neighbors car I sweat
\ For the man who must labor In the
fur coat and then
But nothing can equal a strange habit we have in pole on a country highway furnishes us with a good illustration expensive Increase in the price<"'of-t soap which c&mplained could not add bitterly more at than an life Is largely a matter of getting and spending; of toll
of the bad effect of fear. tribulation of fear and hope and flashes of fun; w'h'
her ;
five dollars to
Florida.We living
1 are burning up one of our most valuable resources.( This man was driving back from a shopping expedI- a year expenses. Itbe lived m San Diego or Dubuqae.
There are signs that this "silk shlrt''attitude is diminishing.
And our only natural renewable resource. tion ,with his wife who was In the back seat The.car was A good of the "anything-at-any-price' bu -. But I doubt if the laborer suffers such pangs of
i Year after we burn our woodlands as though about 30 miles an hour. many Infancies <
year going deferred as does the man who, because of a secure
out cash others
have finally pf and
1 en run are beginningto
; they were trash. A wasp flew into the car. It did not touch either the himself free. .
I -'. "Since we started by mentioning California, we might driver or his wife. It simply flew about its own business.! realize that spendthrift policies are not good for either These fugitives from reality'fire everywhere -j ping
individuals or the nation. And it is to the credit,of retail
though It is to our Dim
do to
as well continue the comparison even Fear of what that wasp might possibly shuffleboard in public park or sitting behind
merchandising that, for the most part it Is not ttylng to
discredit.In caused the to lose all control. He actually does not .
man cigars in the lobbies of $26-a-day/ hotels.
California all woodlands are under some form of know what he did. All he knows is that shortlyafter he encourage reckless spending-nor Is it attempting to .profit They have everything except something to do-

protection against fire. In Florida, only one third of our saw the wasp fly in at the window he was being lifted into unduly The chain by charging stores long all the ago traffic announced will bear.a policy of holding are caught. in the cruelest kind of inflation-able to I

woodlands are protected.In another car. their. but not their time. Of 'acquaintance
to the lowest possible level whether not money
a typical year, forest fires in California burn a caused him to make some movement that : prices or governmental art
His fear controls existed. The rnafority'' have enough and to spare among the lonely exiles .
little more than 1.3 per cent of protected forest areas, turned bis car off theToad just where it could plunge into of independentstores them ; but friends are few.1 With their rich Amen
have) pursued a similar policy. And the inexorable
which isn't too good a record from a forestry standpoint.But that pole. On both sides of that pole was open country plan meals they have to eat the bitter fruit of not
of protected laws of competition are taking care of the occasional merchant .
in Florida, we burn 2.16 per cent our : His wife had three teeth knocked out, suffered wanted needed '

lands,"' and the record is 3MSO( per cent burned on our unprotected broken thumb, and many cuts and bruises. He was also the competitive who wants system to exploit prices the find unwary their purchaser own natural, Under level, This or, of course, is not peculiar'to' California, J.

This is lands.a disgraceful( situation; and"It Is a monumentto ,bruised and cut and was because lame for of his weeks fear afterwards._ of his wrong I whether that level be high or low. In any event, it will be the penalty of remaining alive Growing old calls It fat Is
All that happened
with fire, we are burning i the> level established by the, costs and c9nditlons'of; the genuity and fortitude,., wherever it tf.k8l.illace.
carelessness. every that it a
For fear powerful
our own Income thinking. That emotion Of was so I easy to find something W efe When twthinr.has to be
Y -not trash-but potential payrolls, .potential caused him to forget hU responsibilities. For a momentor I time. _a__ It Is difficult\ for a mature frisk to.str'Jk. out with

for farmers, potential taxes. I() he was, as they say,*"out of his mind.." GIRL AT WORK roots however lush the soil. .There+ are times wn
The answer is to Keep Florida Green. Fear is the deadliest of emotions. What this man suffered QUIET( think that the oak is let* to be .MvMMivaa. the tumbleMy \ *

from was not the wasp)!, but a bad belief. He gave I One of the insurance agency's stenographers persistedin vagrant osjs.irviU.sjBi of eer apiUsoee have.

r NEAR ENOUGH FOR HIM liner hurrying recognition to the insect is an enemy bent on inflicting ( falling asleep at her desk. The situation being what It to deepen an ancient ms .cios>. 1sa*.<&. that freedom l
Ai 'we entered the war, a luxury notorious-was pain. Yet the pain the insect might have Inflicted by is, the cashier felt he should talk it over with. the man'ager little to do with geography or eOw wife,material cOThe'
to port. Among.ita passenger:were two gam- been nothing at all when compared before her. DI'
have firing
their nefarious trade, as stinging would LJ'Th.luurel' only true freedom lies' wttkin ttw M fl t and no
blers. During a lull In plying driver's surrender to his own definitely perturbed. "We can't
remarked to with.the pain caused by the was how fast or fay we fly w. ..- wt& .turselves.
out to one
they stood at the rail gazing fear. let her ..." he moaned., "You know we'd never get an-
the> other.. "Bill what would you do sinki"if a torpedo were to What happened to this driver is happening constantlyto other girl to take. her place" Then a solution t downed on TOPS IN LYING ,

.strike this ship and we started to for millions of men and women. They fear so many things. .
The one addressed a* Bill looked thoughtful a" They) fear poverty. They fear death. They fear rom-, him."Ill tell yon what," he suggested "Print placard to Awes n i to b. e:

t.- "moment then he answered;, "I think I'd say followed a praer by: petition. They few other people. They fear disease barlll .n her when she's sleeping ,t her desk-SeY'&I\\ '1 .... ..i 1 U hs

';',(fame a sarcastic laugh from hLa companion _." Quickly And that which they fear tomes to them. 'When yea have insurance, yon Will sleep this way too L"r tewn today fete t/Nar .tl ll rr ongetabYta.
M'7 ;4&ilL HI bet dollar you don't know a prayer The mind that is alive with thought of love,of faltji, The Bunuutt., RevelsUike,*British Columbia., Canaas.A trans'"lhd. r .stay. '"
Lord .
\ ,elms the answer, "You'te on. I'll say the ". prayer of trust of kindness, of> goodness lea mind .that has no' -:." r" .. voi'M a '' w ins
, "JP4 1M began[ j "Now I Lay Me Down To' Sleep. place for* fear. niiner ttwratlon has been defined by someone aa MM cold r ho w
money/ 0
) H aB threw up his hand, 'Taketh., ? \
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'I snmct -oo are baaed upon 283 report from I!' BUILDING PERMITS
I Adventures! In Art" To Be
Jan. U. IMI.-HvB. Ralm.! 20 Tallahassee, Ian. 30 (FNS) retail stores In Florida, exclusive Anna Peters-frame* 14 x 20, ,

40 feet, ,reinforced concrete Ii The State Railroad Commission TOO of department stores. Reports I paper roof to be used as .

block 12 feet high building, to I' hat scheduled hearing at ==:tiooorr'm 7i '': I Presented By Walt Kuhin atWoman's : from 13 department stores showed i dence. UI' ; (
Tampa, February 8, !
be used aa a poultry and 'feed on the application an Increase of 30 per cent for .Mile Stuart-frame J4 x 24 i
of Airlines Service, Inc., I. r rI
teratlona ,and addition1' (
store.SIGNS Club December 1946 compared with
to operate "for Wednesday '
seven hire" /Most folks
asians have ; I present construction to be aI"I i I
between airport and the : December' 1943, and an Increase If f
newspaper for I a* residence. \
cities of Tampa, Kuhn'i'dventurea of 41 per cent from November to '
Jacksonville, "Walt In
ber Miss Laura Bass -frame 98
they have x ,
Tallahassee SUGAR STAMP CHANGE .1 December this Sales of department ()
PensaCola and year
Key Art",
a moving picture producedby I roof to used t
them with paper fa ''l
West. The application further detailed the famous artist himself for To avoid the substantial expense -, store In. 1946 were 29 ,
requests permission to transport they were Interested, the enlightenment of the layman of printing and distributing per cent higher than those for North America, which ,'I' j ,
,passesgera other than airline! have kept abreast of who desires a better understanding new sugar ration books, all 1943. about one-twelfth ofthe: world's ,
passengers on occasional and unsolicited -!ings. In the smaller and greater appreciation Motor vehicle dealers showed a 'population, uses about one-half : I H I ,
stamps made valid on or !
trips to and front the and of art will\ feature the Fine sugar tales Increase of 189 per cent for of all the timber consumed In the '
cHAS; BdELL airport and cities. I more Intimate, Art program at the Stuart Woman after April 1 I. 1947, will\ be good' December 1946 ovey December world ; I I ,
munity. club next Wednesday for 10 pounds of sugar A. D. 1945. In the same comparison \ }
Ned to P ore Western red cedar has been It Is difficult tb ''the world-famous Simpson,Jr.,OPA Regional Sugar sales Increase were shown in The production of iS.OOO acre I
Although Executive, In hardware stores ((49 cent, of tuna oil\ trees goes! into lacquer
tested and found community without aid today per
satisfactory asa
artist came to Stuart to devote and enamels used on can :'I ", ;
PHO4 No. 53 Atlanta'i furniture store and lumber *
Spare Stamp ,
E I03-M substitute for Spanish cedar newspapers have
!! his vacation time' to serious
built certain Company -
In the manufacture of cigar I disasters their loss, painting, he haa favored the for five pounds of building materials dealers (each by a Motor 1:
boxes."LISTEN" expire for consumer use at ((38 cent), store (11 every. year. : ; l'I .
been keenly felt. local! club women with this/ public per ( ;
appearance at the request of the night on March SI and a mld-j pet cent I, and apparel stores (7 --I I U "
I When a strike stamp, good for 10 cent), Food store recorded -
president, Mrs. B. A. Menninger. per :
to WIRA suspend, citizens of He Is now staying at the France sugar, will be validated on April I. slight (2 per cent) gain, ; N9WNEW- : j jI
lar a copy for out of apartment. 1 to'cover, both home canningand :111' fI'

1400 ON YOUR DIAL without grocery Art critics of the day hare regular home \use, Simpson STUART FISHING HITS EASY 3

Si:<45.. 9:00: A. M. "Strictly personal" shopping )lists. praised the Stuart visitor as one stated.of! the He next added valid that stamp the number will- BIU CITY LIMELIGHT; -* >T -
Monday and of the great painters of our; TERML'Tire
Wednesday didn't found
pay, hQw be announced' at a later date. Stuart sallflshing hit the lime
time. "Honest,
Presented by Stuart Hotel LaPoinUa
Jewelry, empty shops and
In edition
presentation-penetrating analysis light a Sunday of the
Magdalene Maloney Alderman' fakery ball.game7"-"Wbere of the character of the: RETAIL TRADE REfORT New York News under "The otie
Ill30: to Ili45 "Calling Marti/County" the show start?''- subject ..- simple, forceful technique Sales of Independent retailersIn Powerhouse" column written by
News and Note from "Ho/e" swered for the great these have been the' Florida were 29 per cent higher Jimmy Power. Here's what hi TIRES, TUBES BATTERIES

5:15 to Si30 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday. Friday were jammed. Radio guiding factors In the art of Walt In December 1946 than in December -, says "Warren Freeman. AND AUTO UPPLIES .
"Crosby Singa"J : Kuhn," according to press releases Frank Kenny, the society brick- ,
Presented ,by I Rowell EurnitureJco., Little Jewelry For many months Few careers In the history 1949 and up 27 per cent I I layer, Joe Bannon and Mickey ,
Shoppe, The Blue Qax .e Wley Motor Co. have been hard of American painting have for December over November this McBride gave Stuart sail fishing COLEM '

StlS, to .!5i3\: Tuesday. to print their editions : been marked by such Intensityof year according released today to an announcement by 1. C- a big play They hooked and relented AUTO SIB STORE
"Miiiic ForJftening" Canada or the I' purpose and regoroua adherence six sails after leaving the
Capt, Director of the Census. An )
Presented byl: flfArbogait the big city papers to an Ideal," It was stat St. Lucle dock at noon and were "
Increase of 32 cent SERVICE ,
average per
papers and have I
EVERY DAY AL DAY ITS paid advertising for. ed. xAs I I was shown for the year 1946 bark before the first cocktail STATION\
a young man he left his was Iced at Kobe Sound!
Some compared with 1945. These data PHONE l4j !
even gone native York
New to tour the .
R\ quiring; prospective } west, earning a livelihood '

1400 On Your Dial the list. through various means- bicycle BAR' 'I
The OPA controls riding cartooning and show THE HORSESHOE f'
For th / eat In EntertainmentT ceiling considerably business. Without formal art

G. Schree .no.t, Martin County Rep. intended to help the training he!) traveled extensively
Phone 126-W ,, Canadian mills found In Europe, where the Import- Just Show Your Friendly FaceIn II :
print they produced ance of new Ideas In painting \jf\\
whereas, if they especially as seen In France Inspired Our Friendly Place .vv I
ceiling threw them him to study and research. --
Consequently I Few American painters at that And Get the Drink That Suit;Yo Fff&fe' i
SEND IT TO THE that on the expiration time were aware of the Implication .
consider a renewal at ; I to be read In the art of I Don't Forget That Package Ifffeke Home .:i.! ; 'I I
LAUNDRYPho'ne paper supply houses Eurppe, and It was not until
primarily In the Arthur B. Davis and Kuhn pro- SpeciahEay
this year they would ,1 moted the New York Acmory
287AND Many of the larger !Show of 1913 that this country I
I with the mills were rounded the milestone leadingto
be cut off or sharply I tontemporary art. Today, at THE HORSESHOE BARWE

situation Florida :the age of 66, he continues to
and it looked like a lot view .dispassionately and with CARRY A LINE OF PACKAGE GOODS BILL COLSON, Mgr
WE WILL. PCLEAfr UP I publication for lack of comprehensive vision the art of 1-4 r
In an effort to IL
our time. : --
with individual
weekly Mr Kuhn will lecture along I (
Your ndry tion sent questlonaries with the moving pictures to ('
had on hand and how Illustrate the theories of art. He TRAILERS ,
SANITArt a ECONOMICAL before their supply Is plain spoken,jovial and a man

LAUNTOY SER ESPEOPLE'S several were either papers'borrowing had who makes him. 'friends HIs pubUc'of those appear-around I It1 MADE TO '

using other kinds of 'f'IIIIIII'I I
ance ls_ ntlrely a frleridly gesture I.j
publish only one more to a community which haaextended LOOK NEW
LAUNDRYPhone could
President get through Edwin the him the hand\ of hos- .j ,
pltallty; There will\ be no chargeto ,
Association built a fire the program and the club has I AT i""
287 and the OPA in an ,
extended an Invitation to all art 1
tional Editorial '
lovers of the county OMINAL COST
lishers Association and -- 1 j
was hoped that
situation by the first 1 J.khlJ 1 WE ARE PREPARED :, ,.

DINING OUT papers that were up TO GIVE YOU A 1 d
The writer, as '

MEET ME AT THE tion Florida( placed at their the '('oudf .o/ FIRST CLASS PAINT XWAX SPRAY JOB :

Poynter, publisher of me enouh\ 1
he would not stand by ON YOUR R y
Victory Hotel Dining Room suspend for lack of (l'l'2.7. I'm 'iOlng EFFICIENT SERVICE WORK GUARANTEED ,

been cut,30 per cent he toue ,
/ ...
1 Coma In A Stranger i Come .Back A Friend Fort publisher Myers in News an HARRY BET] [AM

Blue Ribbon Beer 0 /Draft that the Associated! ; Jensen'Beach
Ocean Breeze Park Phone 9131-R
A'.t ing to.underwrite the Yi:
Enjoy ty C< tailVICT I was evidenced that any -

pension.' lie made it
MixedD a volunteering to supply
Served Ni II they might need or a RADIOS
lishing of special I drew a cartoon for I man In
127 for which I charged: IM, M I
normal run, but rather' had' sgreod.I ..
Y emergency.The ( was too young to know the cartoon
cooperative waa worth $;O. 80 now I am Table Models
i 111I credit to the going to MM tha man for 130.Alio _L
of fair play) and free I forgot to chart the man _L

I ,MARINE. ROOM preciatejit, _and I am : m for.,delivering S5 mInutes the earls cartoon.way That took -i sri' RCA VICTOR i
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t to tha for WESTINGHOUSE $
am folnj SM nan -
Package Goods Paul Gerhard, Mgr. THE POWER OF $J.li0 for delivery Urn. J
Abo I fowl to chaw for the FARNSWORTH
The history of cerdboari. That waS 11 cents. I am I "
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est problems! the ; If anybody ever underpaid yon.na
tous decisions, have waiter what your understanding ZENITH flt '
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THE !STUART NEWS,i STUART, Martin county, FLOKIDA' Till'USD AY, fGB. U, 1947<<
edit TWELVE: -

--- That that everyone should abide I heI\ Just the man to do the the 1948 election to prove our -- wlva0 Ass Morwess OIf
and will vote for him again [Ida ALCOHg.emrf.SF
Machines Eliminate the law and It It Is going to leading point, .
I. of those by
Scoring there were
aside to .. ..
statement\ by Mr. -Incidentally, and Todd wa OM ....
I workers who voted for the take us back 20 yean to make "Thcr Is one
"at U. of Florida same lhl-to-work i ( : amendment In I Florida law abiding stale, then Price that will bring down upon Mr, Price: W. thought It poor WHITI ores CROSS M '
: Partiality 'I IJt.lral'1Ute to mention the _.. It. tommiwa JI
l 19i4 Just because a titan la an let s start on the long trek the \him the wrath of thousands of : $zoo Co10' .

.',,, ...:".J........ Industrial worker doesnt mean very ftrit'day of January, 1949. Watson follower! The writer names of Mr Watson and In,the ourfriend"

UOAlNESVllXE:: University or paratlon. administration and that he is blind to the American' "We heartily agree with Mr. accuses Mr Watson of \tearing a column.Senator Pepper ::=::::::.. ..

florlda 'stuck in qt the lower\ !coring of examinations'Hi way Of life Price that Florida needs a Moses I page from( the political l books of same published In theJanuary ee Us F
Editorial SALES
Division who arrive; on tIlt) campus ailed by University,:Examin* This writer claims that If who will lead our State up the the late Gene Talmadge and 6th Issue of the Ft.
with notion tut carrying er John V. )WcQuitty, PhD of Florida la doomed to suffer under path of progress along side of j I Senator BUbo and perfecting an News & Repairs
any Lauderdale Daily
four yean of a Tom Watson, I appeal to Ignorance. No man !!'
the University of Kentucky who ; I the other tf'and although n_ h
a shiny red apple to the teacherJust the State will be set back: 20 have heard Mr Watson ,I likes to be referred to as !gnor- Pants
t before txamldaUuiu Are In fa been on the University staff i years and the' death rattle will to having anything to ,alL and we hope Mr Price ofI A section or giant California SERVICE
for a rude awakening Slum they since i 1S29, the Board of Exam- be in the throat of Democracy," profess I is around the day after7From redwood, presented by the California -
think Volusla
s bullrushes
find the me hod by which. their I Inert consist of a (uil' -time I "The wrIter's words are meaningless do with the ,-we- _.__.. _. -- delegation of the American ARNQ A UER
Vests are'Koied ,no linpartliill I I complement of right and a *uflicitlit when one considers the ------ ._"...... legion to the soldiers of

Not even by substituting a I[ number of part time tact that Mr Watsons rlght-to- France, was., according to the I St. Lucie Boulevard Fhou. 142.W
basket of bolt and nub) for the!, personnel to handle the rush work amendment and his fight where I sit ,.ll Joe Marsh number of rings, 1J>95 years old
traditional apple would they be:, l erkxliS' when..| progress' tests and against( the Federal Government when the tree fell In 1915
aide to alter by a decimal point\ : owiiprelifliislvc txuinlnatkun( are 'i move to overthrow State .- --
their grades, because Ww hw: I given .
Bights by grabbing for submerged A '
chine which Kant their Though toeuWl( l on the fourth lands,are the very essence wl ; That Ring Beach DirectoryWHEN
,lions under the! (. I'Xllmln-1 I floor tit the Beagle Building democracy | West Palm

ance of the Board of since 19J7, the \Board of University ) ",If Mr, Price,means that FlorIda Around the Bathtub
Examiners U utterly impartial Examlfurs Is not confinedto la doomed to suffer under a IN WEST PALM BEACH

end \In Impervious to any dbploj examining University) stud four year term Watson government Job Crowell) blew hU lop the From iw en, Jrbs careful to THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE. YOUR PATRONAGE L
j of personality or charm bI I hi' tuts. but reaches Into your city, !. that would run all of the other I d.)'. Seems hit for werlsh pup hl Rtaxs sown ml the I able

student. whose paper It grades '' nu matter where you may be In crooks, mobsters, gamblers and I 's been trying t. get his youngsters .' ester ,ke the minus Ann. And Moose VO aaa IT"1" HA TH NE
Created In 1935 lu admtutater'i the slate uf Florida! to test each I Red organizers out of our State, to KniU out the but htnb i the hem little more forgiving |It
all placement and guidance te.tI' spring your high school senior then lie U using It And this night ho __ rings around the bathtub RO CO".b ,
and to do all of the testing 11I I with a batten of aptitude and his hat, but ; fo,1: : : ,,1,1We've ) Its* rings around It. .ono when' 1 en patiently reminding I n "IT AI. '
the comprehensive course in the :achievement tests under the Sonny left off, and mother a..TINQ:
I been awaiting the day that young termwhc nt,there are little HUT a-
Lower Division when the '"Gen Florida Twelfth Grade Testing .
*e could suffer four years of anadministration about Pinky kv oral established to determining ... Oi.lvs'
College" was ( rrouram to assist In takes :
that would crack raves and ranta-and iticting habits an unions In
provide general and pre-pvolt' those persons who can profit a whip loudly enough in Talla- I it out on the minus for her lac. everyconununity,A litt atlencelittle
atonal education for all freshmen : most by further education and hassee so that It could be heardat of discipline., And later that ev -a mart forgive and let''
ViA Sophomores, the Board of Ito enable the whori authorities'I all times down here In Bra lung he sees her quietly pollshi; live"1 in the only antidote BADCO IS B S
University Examiners 'who operate .- I Id assess the chewed of their Instructional ', ward County We believe that the hardwood table thsts r t I

the machine known affectionately program; I when the whip Is handed to Mr by his chair. She's removing he I7fl..h 512 Cle St.Furnit SAFE & LMK: WORKS

by the student\ as I I Testing approximately ten Watson youll be able to hear It rings he's left there with his eve. 202 First 8Phone 7889
flunkensteln, has served to reduce thousand Florida high school hill
j I sing glass of beer I
r crack and feel its lash In every I
the personal equation In I seniors both boys and girls, each cne of the 67 counties The Atlorney House urni 'ngs We repair Althing ,
scoring of examinations MI that I year the Board follows a program ...:I II
I Foundation
0 : General believes, as we copyright vii,f'aiied I SlaM ttmumFRANK 1 -
grades are assigned on a uniform I of continuous research aimed ___ __ nm
basis to Improve Its teats. and
Though the students are best ruminations by determining ex-I ii-:; U&l .R'r
acquainted with the machine loiically the validity and ...
which assays their efforts fiully ol( all test item I HOME FIRMS '
through their freshman and Having scored more than a SPENT IN i oJ' '
sophomore years at the 'Unlveis.ty "- 'million test. in the past ten years MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING 'YOU k

\ the machine is only an \Instrument tbj Board of University )Examin"!: MARTIN COUNTY "
in the hands ol the Nil has put to good use the :
Board of Examiners which ctiographlc scoring machine I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

serves the triple function ul pn'- which has gained the local and'

1 lea,, euphemistic title of Flunk;i
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ITS EASY ASABC r,118t'ln:'_.'_ -- _____ -- I COMPLETEElectric

Too Late toCLASSIFY I "Where Economy I i SERVICENo Auto
I [ tnd and Ur Job Too Larg /Or
I Excellent Food I Shop at "Your arkd" I i Too Small I
of all <1 mdy and For I Modern CD
J. ages
I IJEUGHTFUL"fLADS I SODA Roof Rfltturing Me trJJEipdyJe andCourteous I I And rail Court
I General Dcl/Vy Stuart I II d
,, ice I Day f e
ALL C sawn
The Fri y Spot 404 Colou/4 ve., Hobo nd 1
I BUDGETPLAN Thi w"""ek belie occupied with I C CLEMENTS I Phone 914 en eve Conveniently d I I Nit/ Phone I, BLAI AKEROW

I mi, ,II t the Florida FEDERAL, HIWAT J JI Post Of a cede M wage Joe BrooksGRANT Stuart 185-J I Dial. aa.wq be" quit
l' Fill i'n 1''I1I1I'' u this column s. E. ITH, oTAXT Wriur. O. BM 111 ,
oven, ,, 'h< Editor of the Fort II I _
I 1.IUOl rial Daily News and re- I Iublish I I'
I an editorial that recently HOME BUILDING : Buy The Best CONCRETE BLOCKS
ppi-irpd in i that publication en- a Lance Brothers GENERAL.ELEqTRK Available Immediate
i titled.: Peppering 'The Political See LEE Delivery
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Pot, t it follows Restaurant
& reg.3x81t16d.e.
41 Th Florida writer and con : .
duuoi I, or[ (the Volusia Mirror's SERV CEPhoic j GOOD FJDD
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PoUlH al Pot,' T A Price AM Pleasant t ofosphere fI Kitchen La
I I ry, 8 x ,1X 16 regREINFOBBNG
t 1\ I hunt vn djn't believe we know General Contrtittinf I I 9154 Friendly rvice A I I Cabinet and mall STEEL
t tan I t recall having I read any V MILE NOR! O UART applianceRMARTI
; ; :; I II and Repairs ICE a RIMf .- INC.
of I hi work other t than U the Open 7 days
I On','nibi! i 13, 1946 column in I P O Box 832 : Parties Daily a w I t/COUNTli >Thon\748

: \' I hick I fit' rails upon Phone 144.R \to Stuart Closed 3 5 STUART PHONE ELECTRIC 314 S. 3M St
/ p. m to pf m. I
,1. Du mats 01! Florida to "liberal"'I'I B ea i I I II Phone 308 Fort PICK*

'like' DlfJ M'lIt'b 'Oieck philosopher :N2

412 Ui 323 B. C. founder I

ot I tin Cynics, and according t h.
1 hi.ttu v spent| most of his time SUNRAYJALOUSIES Quinn's Store '
iii a t tub' in search for an h in- j
I titan may not know I I' bit Meats Groceries: Uncle Billy sez.
1 In" II," done i more to elect Tom 'I And .SURlf CO.
W,11"11't our next Governor thai VALUE TO YOU HOME Oil e, FrozenfOOd. 4Exhwl.. stroke ay; ,_ ROAD AJT> MARINE enT -
A.issia F.
rut' o,I lot writer, Including our,11 SUSINESl*aY INSTALLING I I i\ D/// ; &'.4...... ...........t... e.Ahilod.lTher's TRY WEMr -_ THEY OR


t t. bd 1 hev, his writing, that is an'l I SUBMITTED :fj ch a lot of IMS an' feathers LAND RING
es 1 APT TO
-'V' > LAVE IT.:
:, Itat or f I his intentions I '
Sunray Shutter J- made about a lady'* charms and
'MI Prices literary attack on
IJ Mr Watson reminds us very ProductsW PHONE 9131JP&M I've heard some' rile tall stories I Jensen Beach DTlM4TU IU."HD
I C: ARMOR, P. O. lOX MS !
I 1 "iiI i I lo' m"r Nt IV Dealer, who quit the .
l pHI,1,,i pInks when he learnedi up here, among th' bill folks we ..... ---

J i hat Jot'' Stalin was the real head dont go in much fer styles; we
,,d' tin liberals!! HAVE YOU SENTIN 'I' set our store by women, largely Docks

Hi, .tlllY, dealt with New YOUR 'I for the'r worth and not profiles I! --I'I'I LINE
I Dtl, theory which was based on
lllklllll ill the "dWJlts"ln Amrrlr CONTRIBU N BEER. wings. IGARS, : When I picked myself a Seawal OF

( TO I i CIGARETTES? NE S PAPERS woman, I considered more than
{ ail (housing lip sides and I Boat uses OFFICE SU PL if
I'' the rating) them against each U. Sealte Cream looks, for, shucks, mine's no I 5

...Ihpi i A, long as you could keep, To II ravin' beauty, but by-cracky, how I All Type Marine AND
I ILA'f 'them i fighting each other they'dbe aha Con tic I
?he PFrie e cooks! No, Inner Judge a EQUIPSTUART
'It"' busily engaged In battle MRS. LLOYD TRAVIS, 41 woman by her frame, or pedigree I Iva TayP.
lo, ''l,ht for correction' of administration Meet"OSCEOLA
'f Treasurer
I mistakes. but rather by th' good! she Box 474 I II
1i I II I AVE.
I Mr Price does just that i I- e does that what make a hit PHONE 1044 NEWS

on the one side he places the with met!,

I agricultural workers and on the W* hav some women down our -
-i other the union workers He Web way, who are far from beautiful
I PITCHFORD'SCAMP i yet when!' It comes to doln good
I life, to paint a word picture of .t.
.f |I the till ,rs of the soil being unit they.sr1 right down dutiful! One married' a nearby neighbor, I 'Rice Hotel

.LEMAN'S HOME & 'ed in an effort to elect Mr. Watson Motors i iI an up-and eomin' feller they hav six fine boys S-ralsin', It And .StuartTaxi
r AUTO SUPPLY while the union men will AUTHo 1 FOR POR et iI I hustler them to Shelter, Still, she find time to do her chores and RestaurantStuart "

w and be asking for nothing lest' than FJ D Cottages a Boats I set altos with restless alck..... yes Indeed, when ther1 good \to do I I' /HE S,1It''Never SERVICE. '

,4 tJ I total defat..olh Attorney Oen"eral SALES 4fllvlCl"4 WHOLE.E 1d RETALLSe I she a right there te do her trick., So I never Judge a woman by her
;, COLEMAN'S ] face, or family, but 'rather able
j FIRESTONE" DAY AWRECKS '""- od by th' good she does _, that'a what to For Prompt a
:, ) ,, SERVICE; STATION "We wonder 1 If the Volusla SERVICEBODY Bait .1 makes her dear, to met Breakfast erby's I
.J writer has. r e C
I ever given any con
; Phone 147 ErAl1S aye eek
Stuart sideration to the fact that many JENS BEACH !

...i', [ Isten til the Voice of Firestone union Industrial worker have PHONE 9142 AT COUNTY BRIDGE i {! 6A. .rail 9P, 14 ,

:tj i. ,, J, -- I-voted---for---Mr.-Watson---In-.the_- past-- -- ---- .- J .u..y. HOME COOKED FOOD ,t

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T1UC STUART. NEWS, STUART. Martin Cetjat?,, nORlDA mt1M u, FEB. 13 147 1&01 'J'BIM'UM .

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WEST FIRST STREET (But Side) 1. A.Asti o.. .".1414L WUIkua .. o........ raa.Vanoa JITIII t

PUBLIC OP \ Otto sown, _. -_.............. .. ..It B. s.rI" tai _.n fhaaoa na. ... -
TIN WiJBjJCTrOII. Zone 1 (North SUe) THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has made Jobs Deedless, M. _900EAST VON 4or4aa, .... .. .. ... .-It!

Joka-a" Faunal ROM ..... t1 NORTH FLORIDA AVENUE
mass .. I* Bofaaulat .lose. WaltM: Parka, na. .::..:::9 k detailed surrey of Stuart's central! businou. and rosidentla (West Side Ith STREET ST. LUCIE CRESCENT
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Jew Dbtelct ts M. aobaa, raa. ..ft10, \
( Cut et ) and the News today prints this list In fullas '.1...... ROW .......... . .Itl (North Side) (South and East Side) i
of CALL AND (South Side) Wlllar4 A. ..I.... rat.Aanlo .,U Gerald P. II..,. (Oaran /II.I. ..10"Will. >
Eallraad) (East SUe) .. ... ... .. .
CITEM MeTaor, raa. ... ._mU' Parka .litE.
I|M B tfco proTbrtaaa b "' Bariaa FLAGLEB AVENUE 01.Margin, Kukla:G..4_0h..bw_ofc .... _.I" a matter of public Information. Numbers marked N...... a..... .... ...,_..... "'_''' _ltl J. R. Marrtmaa: IGarat Apt.1) ..U.' : E. T..II.,.... ..... ..... ..141
i ..,...,.. Boada .seemed k, P. B. Clavakui, na. 14 A. T. V.a'Taaaat., ..... .. .-1H
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% .91
asterisk (_, ....... ... .V.' ..._. ...... .... ..
of Public (North Side) Stuart .. .._ _. Ill with an ( ) are rental properties. If the public NORTH GEORGIA AVENUE M. B. T. raLOrarn .141Kl r
: 11.- Dallr N.y ..,..
; Itlt, : % 1m. Jobn.ey r.. W. ..... na. .......... .. .__.
.Florida Dtto Kuala :... .. :
lye naltor -.lit' (West Side)* '.1... B. J...... .... .. .... I" .
rtaB elements Boat of ,. .".- N.. Stuart Jowl shop _... ......, Ill'Ourbtanoa H. H. Dn". ... ...... .. ..100Id.
waa aataariaod ta oall aar or Stuart Clrli Ooalor .. .... .. .&is $I$4... (Opens ) _.III'Caaatr furnishes house numbers and mail receptacles, all numbers 0.! 1. Mroaoor.. Jr. ... .,. .._... .Ill her A It'. ': Alb..oIo" w. .._ ..... ._11'
Of| baooa oa oar rataraal Robart Disk. ..-. ::::- :::: Aiaal __ ...._ .__..__.......III' H.Iro olt a. =-..,s .a. : :.m C.. E. CkriiUaaoaMn. ... ... _.., .....101P.
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a.aiaad / (laarl Paaa ItonKaaaatl this list will street mail delivery after April NORTH COLORADO Rod c. MY.e1. '" .J100
ga of Pablla 5 ( Sllamalll 1 ?.I WEST Ind STREET on get AVENUE. T. ... a-Wls. Bra. ..., .. ...510South w. c. ....... .... _... .. .104 J q;
Tlorlda ApartaMml (East Side) C. Oaua ..< tThew.
"a: apatairi 1-with seven exceptions on the fringe. ( Side) N......... we& ... 001
... r.a.iai o* I Jolt 1141alai (IW. E. Kill.: ) -
-1101(1( (North Side) Hurricane. Boat _..__ ..
C. .._..... .
:..r. JOIMaJaiU A. B. Ch.lk.. ... .... .III
Bo- CelUm
> Bartaa la Boa**, duo a July19191E ,..damnRana. / .. W.... Wa. p.$1 Aparlauata ..._..... ... ._..ItlEdnarf R..Ir, w. .. 1114.. hp-.. .. ASOCLEVELAND
Atwes4 ;;;; ':':;::: :: .=;:: 1I. M A Boa*.. .-- II, .. It, Hn, JI- asset, : lot C. W. II........... Nadi ... .....,._.. lee. Thai 110..... a Soy rKr. ... ........ ......".. M...at, na ...ltl AVENUE
4 14, .U of wklek ar* la the ;:. T"i:::: III..... 0....... .. .... .. .....,.. 114 .. ....161
Ultra of .1....... oaabi W. H. Itl...,. na ?......*..... ..._411 ADark Dugan. I'M __.....;......_.....". Julia Dakaa ....._._.__...._.. .. ._......Ill Eddla Donald A. Runou i i8TYPMANN rai (West Side) '

roopla'a Laaadrr ...!1 ...".'.". 1II (Sooth Side) w. L Klatar _._..__._._.....". .. o.Mo frontal) _.._...._.......11Y5. Jolla p.4. ........... ...........___,.119 Jim ::':. ::: : .. ::.. ':.:::1I. / P. ". raa. .. .let I F

"M, B Bends, aa.b 1..55st4..i M Is. 10. II Aadoraoa Apartaioat) apatalra_ Mra. Alsip* ............ AaartaiaajtiWEST A. B. Catabv. .... a_.....,.._--IIIEraaal ..D.Lo.d B. P. J". _. ._.raw _.._..... ..641.549Ion. Media. Oo.. C....... ....._...........401 A. J./.y .... ,. . ......., hit I, Dloeb Blaacka_.Dual(b..:..>..,_ .111..545.Prod ** y

007.41.7the. oM.t Dr. Waltor Deny, _..._..._Z_...HI telde "6m-l 1 ....__... .._"..._.lOt Bataa. na. __....--....lit Anne .d T. M.:Gust':-.O-: : -706' ......'. 43rat '_""'". ........... _. 4H* BOULEVARD Prod D_ (Oartn Art.J4I Ill//.
raa'* aimed Start .......-. Methodist change 0. "011. A P. _...*!. .... .. ,..--111Dakta Moil. Taat ................_._.............411* Mrs ':' -in Balawia iHaldwla .. 1st 'Mt
aa tka' atonaaH boa*. nt Bar .. ..?:... J, H, $*.p.e., w. :_... .. : ii RIVERSIDE DRIVE (North Side) (du la.> ... 1'ii'- -
ra bankr oalloa for roaaaaptloaoa Vt.t rr Radial u.. roajaaptloa date I July. Jawolrr Skop a Beauty Rows Pan/t./ Con .._. _. .... (North Side) D. Serum. "..' __ .111
4 all oaua.aa _,.1... tbie 4. Staarl Dopartauat ltnStaart shy....::.:.9.171 w. Co o416 ._ _. .. ....n WEST SIXTH STREET RrUrot, n*. (natal I ... 100* (North Side) ':h Skis. =:I"O; ;; ::. _:;:::.745 rat.t54 Hp, (Apt .In Mr, ... -.111'H.
H. L Rowale_. ... ..... ..._ .VI IIa I .
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aold Sato, will ko4 B. Th., ..177Mn.
attar DopartBMat .. : :::: *
arias Stan South Side) DaworB. HIs a V. .lot : '
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ka aaU Red raw that tko koUuU '' William P. Ambrft% fm .. 91 l.. Marr Sbaakalfora, ra*. .. :.101 Ideal Tail (Cutkarrt) .,. ,..t._ __,. sel'Wright I H. W. .., 8.nk Youn. 5.e. _.. ...

koada aro raauuwd to pr*. Staahr Ktteklac : Earl W. Clark. I.. _....................IllJoiCWaiaata Carolina Din .... ... .,... .._.....414 (Oanta Ass.1i) a. D. PYltan. .... ... ..100C.
m oa ... .,.. aald noaaaptla IitaU 8o>rt Shop till STREET ((10..1.I _._.__.............._..114D. charges P. Dlrr. raa. .. lit Dr. J. D. Parka. $14 (South Side) ._* R. Ald..k r.4. .._ _.....
tka alaairaatod ...LS Araat, 805.40 Hardwara "Coatpaar" (North Side) A. Hindi ... ............._....._..__all I. M. Law, Jr. ro*. .;.:. :--i: : L I. Rio". m. ._.,-..' _...915M5. II... C. M. Oraaa (Mr*. R. E. W. M. Cromor:,, tai ...... .. "All
i taa Caatr! Haters Baak aiC.aipaar 1 rTrla Tbaatro Smudges Williams Nam, ft.Job. .. LT. Barabart. ..... ..?. VON P. VAN S.I1. na.I _. _Para 0.74911 .._., ...__ .. _. told
.,- ba.4d a 70 : Maola shop ZT. ; Chariot. Jaakaaa, run .... _.. ..IIIMaaopal :: Roobarr. w. :::=: : :::::::::::m: (rental) _'__ _. .,..* L, Blooa. na. .. .111 upnaln) (B. Till..., ..14140am. CLEVELAND AVENUE
=York CN,, N.. Terk,7' Muaok'a Barkor ..,... Parlab Roan _.... .. .. ..JitEplnopal 1.15.4 Pi let B. .. Lrsi.d. .... rot. .... _, lit Joba Battrrfkld: (i-j-; : _.::: 410 C. M. Oron.O'Conaiar .... 110Rd.
Yd _...41 odd Ilea M Bruaar'a ..MShoj. Chunk .. .Ill :.'..:: :.':. ..:.::::::::: 11th.....*. 10.... (Jon Suttoa _.)....* w. .less (East Side)
l01I and ..._... OnoM BulMlM W_..'. Boll .-........ ..... .. ..Itl* t W. Wa.buka. raa. ": Il11 NORTH DENVER AVENUE (Cob. MaawaO _.. __..... Arthur Bowarlar. 1'.a' ."I William. P.rVi. .... _.._ ... ..III 1
HIO.aId Coming! Haw..4.er ok Oraaaa1 _. / Bony Uuaaoa na.':.'!:.::::::::::mU: Arthur !> IodaCbrletla. ?__....... .._..0. A. L. ... _. .... .1" Mra. P. M. MoClillnirk (b..") .. ..114 .
1. Go afer..Id na Offlflaa, apatolra -. (South Side) (West Side) A....... Do_ __... .. ... ...'04 W. W. II.... I.. .... ,107 MoCulkniak (.....1..) _H4Vi' r rN.0Iou.h

oata torotkor wttk all. M.o.ainlat Holhraa BvlUIni I. C. Bananas, -. ___ .. ..II WEST SEVENTH STREET lethal 'c....1111 ".' ... __ .....:....-.It! ._ ...1eIto ._ ... ..n. Lamaism 11_... ..... ..505R.Iph I (dotty ,la roar II"
laatarlap; oa ... aftor 1 W. W. Haa Tor Aaaax _.ill'CoUoiaa'a Dr. W.1.. P. Dare, na. .. VI Clara/ Ruablat, ... _._._... H......., ... ........ M.. P. v.. smith dt. ...all, _... ..It.Ill t
". won koada will ko paid aadd Plrojtaao !tl< H. A. Kindred, na ... .... .... .. IIMatkoilat (North Side) Rue Amendments. ..... -- -- 8. Nawcomba na. ..., ... -. '
at par af tk prlarlpal. .. aatoantIr raral Building Trait Fund ... ... ...eel* .... JI.: .... na. ..,,, ..... .................,.1 NORTH GEORGIA AVENUE Neither Rhixlnai --- ._.J44 k
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... interest %Gouldia Craaiar'a Marked; .... ..... .. ... John W. Halteaua. na. 141L
540455 (uratalnl .. JIIH D. L Phl_. 44. _._ ........... .._n. (East Side) (West Side) '.
on4. ra4 1.taOF P.W, W.Y Y, C..0... ._ ,._.,,.m I.(W. Barrr. n.. ... ..:...:_ ::. :: :..s5545 Sea Philip, w....__. 5.5. .._...._......180 Tlaeoal' Clark .... i. ,;.._. ..._IMMn. Robert. Hod..,, "... .. .Ill1. IColtan L. C 'oa ''Lot. na.tilCottan r'I.::: :: ;:: I.

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Or.'. style Rho, -,._.. .:....... apattln) AKRON A, L M.<... .... Uli! .. ... .-401Mark -1 J. chi M ...s. I ( oa Lot... .. .. .. ...It4 I
TIN COUJIITr. FLO.'DA. TirUr'a BUIIara ParlorSouth ., ... .. SOUTH AVENUE S. Smith. na. ____ ...".,.....411 Jobs O. Lub.no, raa. ..173
WEST 4th STREET (West Side) ....1.. Rand (0.... Apt.) .._,.._-.,.ld (City Park sad Highlands) HIGH SCHOOL AVENUE St. Joa pk'a Climb -..: ::::. : .: .: ate i i
f. D. PARRER, ( Side) (North Side) RI...... A..... .. ... ... .. .. .18.'. '
M Caalraua. M. V. Suitor tai __..... .._.. ",''' NORTH DETROIT AVENUE (East Side)
.......... Karl Coast R54I... C..Nq 101R II... R. W. Baaaor rat ......... ..MErMatla Ralph Canadian. radii ......... '". ...........10Aanl FLAGLER AVENUE RIVERDALE AVENUE I..
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I4.y 1454. ............ .........at. B. Eekeaa rot- .... IIR 11_._ n*. ._.. .M-. _.....If., (West Side) West Side N. P. Chew tn, .. 1
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.COAL ADVERTISEMENT *.. Ttr .tbr J Guam "". ...- ft Dort 5..' ....-...'... .......III R. .. R.Coll..4 50.ng. .. ) A. L. CaaM na. u. : (North Side) I
T! OSCEOLA AVENUE Bar, L M. Fntoa. rot (liftHibl. nar.I..ft) M. .R"t."t. Ills H..om. Fee.-.e/5: W IlU5. IU... ... .. .. ...... .. ....._...1 East Coaal Lumber Compaq .. .......4" Pranklli 0. Bow ... .......... .$0d h ,
... "" ..... ........_. .. ...... OSCEOLA AVENUE)
.. Stuart h C. .1
ApartaiaataKladra L A. 1I..tIt. "OP a OIII.USOVTB C. M. Lo,, .... _._......._.. ... ........4f, rt
NOTICE (North Side) *. apartauataGarar ._.._If Harold Subsumed., ran. ......... .... .. .....411 111..1. ..II.I"!' c. .-.._........ .... (North Side) BRYANT AVENUE
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Oooaola. ( Apt) ?. ., AKRON AVENUE
10, Coaatr: Plorbta. February S.CB BalldlatHutWEio .,.* B.: L I....., .... ...__u (East Side) (East Side) EAST 4th STREET R. .. Kraft .. ... (West Side)

trla.I !?r..lliitlHoraaakaa : : (Sooth Side) Robart E. VIII. raa. t
Ruth H.. .
Bar WEST 4th STREET A. M. a Mary A......,. Rai 1.i. rot. 104Waleoaia ;;e. : : .. .m
IS HEREBY OrVEM THATi Coaalanai'i None? :...... ... .ll.Ill* D. U WllllaaM tai _...0..m .it Orar, .. : : :.: : : : :101rnd R. B. Russ .._..:............ .. .. .......lot Ruby A John Potty .. 1 U
I i ta _loa It of Ck......III1I Haaooek' News Shop Bkop : .... .:...Till* (South Side) Ruth Btonnaoa. n*. __II. Kamatar, : 401 H. B. Rei. ................... ... .. .. .... $0Atl..tin Zone 6 Cleveland KItching, raa..... .... .: ..:iW
I HI. ot tko Otata ot ......., Wrirtf.*rkota Skop ...Ill* Clark Bkapard. ra*. ...m_ ,.'1 Boa E. smith, raa -..__ ... ...._. It4 Joaapb Claab. .; ::. :.._: : :: .:.::::401 a Pooili. T. eo. ....".. ....._SideMartin Glen. Uliajpr. na. jNia. 194J. .
._. ooaerlaoa land .kl Mania J. C. Tarlor allies ..... ....Ill Boat Baaao Climb ......I 5. A. Mattkawaraapha:. ) .. ::.Itl:: lt-* v... Tumor na. ....._.. ..411Mr Cosa, courthouse ..... ..441 Ekanon' ,. na.:... .. :lot '
Florida will ka oHarol (or ..l.. ":torlda Akatraet Commoner- ._:1364 L A. t.. el! *. Calll MoCrarr r.. .. .. .._. ..4.| Fred R... w. .._.... ...._. .. .. ......x415Mn. Y. PU11i. I Ji'
Ik outerr I" tko klrkoat aadub Loaibottoai'a. ...... Soup ..-_ sass SOUTH ATLANTA AVENUE I. A. :::::::::MkarVulldlon 114.III* Hari Ron, 7.. ......... .... ....410Hlrh (Bctsejr Addition) AVENUE :
at*. M she North OHM ofnrtkouM Aparbaa ain ...... NORTH ILLINOIS AVENUE I school .._.._.._...._..._"...._..._.. .411At4ntin BRYANT
.ki ....... Florida, ko.Un Bo a Hardwan*p ..... _...:Jim....IllPtnlarWlrrlay (West Side) SOUTH CALIFORNIA NtJE Court A......... '''..1'11'llit M.., B.rtka Moaa ... .... ... .. 545 (East Side) I II
(West Side =
.ko. .r. of II .'..... A. M. ? .. .... ) Iowa II... EI... W. lm na ...... .... 50. .
.>.lock P. M. oa tko THIRD Datu'a Draaa Skap Oronrr _..I4.Ill* Paul- Haiti W. 0. _5..n. .,,.,_.._.w.,0.0..154_ (West Side) Ta* Chambers (Cant* Apt __.4lt T. 1. : .:::. I;;;:" :::::::::.::::::.:::.m John H. Tbtiaa. "". .. .. .-.. ....IU I II... BIo..... 11100.., raa. .. .. ,\.. I''

MARCH. 111. TIM ......... -.aa Palat Ska* .... ._.1414 Marr L MaOora. ra*. __..... I. H. a Dorotar Dream ... __..600R. I I'r.
Via .. _.a for real .% ..- iltk'a ***' J. B.Tarlor, r a 501 V. ,..... 5.e. _..,..r.i..u..bnH.
M f.5.". OM B...... UMIi '" 1.1480 [nova J. Klteblat/ ... _$00 __ D. H..... Rai,__all
i .. aide of the orator HIM, otn ::.M'--A LOot* On. :. :H.'IM* Harry O. Bart_.., ... _.... II... signs eouto.1 r.. -...-.....21a.
.OJ uUlo> ot" MIlKllttllUoitMl .. .,.. :.:..::::.7400 I .. __ 1I1..hk. Ron .655
fori 0> miss ll auto of ..a. 1.duple) _., 055.41
;.r.d 1"1.rE: on ouk (South Side) .I' (But Side) E Pkll pod end- --.N1-51f .

orator roa>> IL WAN... 1.: ......-......... 511
.411.. .1gains" .. or ,_.... Pallet station Nana Blakao no.Oaa. .. --lawn.$50
aU4 ........UUeo. Fire RtatloaStaart ....::::::::: "._-.m: i W. Grow ((4hl) _. .....t44Gods. SOUTH CALIFORNIA .. .Ii
lisdidamm, ce, ="i is Gram (.55)!) ...._ ......I"
4. BkMk tf HIGHLAND Lrrla Theatre Building :.-. :=':'71T I H. Lwai.!.. na. __!..-..,. .:._*_. !: (East Side)

Fiat Addition at 11"Ised Plus Link I... .. Show ...;..........111. ... '" PUT THE CORRECT NUMBER )
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.rt .1 Nw4 .1 N4 .1 :'II P.m .. .. .... Map _...........". SOOTH ALBANY AVENUE Anita W. II......., I 5a 5.a ____.... ,
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Pal. Pines 15,1.4. G.r': Pha5 F ".,._."". .11. (West Side) William. Buadl_ ... -" ..' .

L t 41. 01'.... ...taI.) .' _..........yr..its* Stuart H.... __..,4--._, .11 A...O.....Pit.Ralatla...... w.luaatlnt___...----.11..._....11R.
114.I Dunk 4. OOLDKN GATED W. W. Maa Tor Ai.." _.11" Oa.a> P. J kaaoa ...... .?. ?,.. tai ... '"
/D ., vast of Lot I. 1111oo .t I ......'. Plrraioa. ....--.I II. Baakarro Lodaa> -_.- -, ; aai I.w.,A.. 044.1.B-. _._._..,.._ .wr..a0.
aialuaowlaara '
Great In Pill .
an 11. PUS C5. -'s Marbat _. George Atwooi died i
o., '1', .. II L .. U. W. W. Maa Con J : .- ,,...:.._m: .. ...
:" Au.. __ ....,. .._.. ........_, .. SOUTH CAMDEN AVENUE
It aal II. Block I. COLGATE On' at,.. ...... ... ............. .....1'": J. I Cade, so,. ..,._; ...,...,,,,..,,..m (West Side) ON YOUR HOUSE
PARK: bans a B /Dt 9.117's Lithan:. ..._ .... .............. j. 5.v. J. J. Rinkm d.. --' :
of" Lot I. Mike or Maamom Walk...-. Jawabr _.... _.x147- w. P. P5... (mud ......_.,.. ,. I... Blaaoa. ... ..-SOS
t aa .ta I. I. Page at. T.4. --'. Harbor 54.. ....:.+.. ....J4I H. H. Jon. (Suarlaa. Apia) .. '
.. 44K '(East Side) Colla'Illlaai: Atwooa WooawaraX na. ...raa._?....*.-.m: :::: '

POLLOWmO' LOTS AND SEMINOLE AVENUE Stuart Dally, Hawt AaaruaaaU ,..411'Waojaaa P. 1C. f.._ raa. _-._.,...._._...r-a't* .
CKS IN PORT SALERNO BEASDofLatll (North Side) Club .?....._--. .... $ Gross Apartauata (L .. Wallall) "

of" 1.46" MILES OE a RAM.320: Stuart(...Villa M. .. Balloraa. ._.._.....Itt Lind Harrla hdlGo C..Pb11 R RowalL a1.1.w na.5., 1-._.ror._._ ...:.:;3ii' =.a MaOoa.Aria a Bailtb.,Stuart na.Omni_; -.. ::'..._.-.ll'all HI OR PLACE OF BUSINESS

GRANT, S. II B. B all O. C. ....., ... .. .. ........_._..Jt4U Hanaaa Bolli. raa. ... .....'. Goings AportaMot _.:_-tit* Ii"
.. Boa raa. __.... ... .... ...... ........$ .. rot.411' '
.la 15.4 S, .. Il IMo 1. ... Ka Hoord John ,
O. .. 11:0: _. raa. ...___._ II' SOUTH
I. I. It, II. II .aal II. Bib.M AU.. Dishes (10. W. W.Ik.5J15.. AKRON AVENUE
:. S..t 4 8k''Ii: Blk 11)) i South Side) West Side) SOUTH CAMDEN AVENUE
4. aad i. : : Lot li. ( "
:k 11I..n steel. (:........ (Jack GUI) .._..III* B. Miaaekko." aftlea : (East Side) ,
(........ .la naa WLaarkottoai'a 0arlten I Aad : .:: ::::=:957Jell. Harm* Wll..., .... .. .._.....111114HolUaaa "
,. glass s9. ST. Lucia Market Shop ... .In.P. J Atty ,_,.. Apartaiaata .. .___._.Alt* .\'.. .
LT FARMS lie,.. 5D .1tN O. Anada _..................__.....141* Aim 1i.JL BwtaI..:.:Jii: : Daltoa Aaoonaa rat, ..,,,,.,( *., ,. .M HI \ ..
ol0oi. of Lot II "a all ofto AD0 -.- CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY begins at home. Stuart has
and a. .. II .... Nil"5.w. ST. LUCIE AVENUE Little: $..mt, Bhp. JI05Cie54d SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE ..
Oraat ........ $0 /.., Marko$ ....,..w,:::.w..n0.I01users ; :
454L (N. W. .Side) not" .--seas (East Side) reached the point where STREET DELIVERY of mail f

... ......1 L J. t. ; Ed..e Ran, na. ... -._,.?.., _111Una :
.. Lucia Hotel .._
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D OP COUNTY OOMIIIMIONIRS Earl TllUaaa n*. .. :..,_.-4 lEast a Corala Baaa. na. ._ :::.:.til

RTIN., Coirt OOUNTT.Soal) FLORIDA. (S. E.,Side) ( Side) SOUTH COLORADO will be made if we are prepared to receive it.

,, L PONLROY, Stuart Drs 00rI0. ...... ....-... MaHtH too
.... ., 014.411 0.t ., .d4 Coonb. city of atoms Cltri Ball L.i"'iij, .,... JJJ John.Aatkoar'o How" (West Side) ( '
5,I D. s41.p ,...... D. 0. ; : Jobiuoa Bow ArtT: ":=::.= ::aiu* MoOoa Grocery I ld

IL 1747. city Hall'mtarnT'irMTMaaa T 114 H Jokaaoa H.. .. Apt ... .Ill* Y5.. Caraua Catala, r.. ... =m: I
C. .. Arbwaat rite .??.,.-i .lit* c...,. Ptah $1rk.t .., _.. setN. ... __. ....
Baluk Uhaar '
LtOAL ADVERTISEMENT NORTH COLORADO AVENUE J.Southern o'i=RaM i.Tolapaa"e red =-*>'."i "JZjM: :*: Bar-li': liaatlwool. m. na. :. .::.-._,.:ItWiUlaai THE POST OFFICE requires two things: ((1)) Housesbe r

HI COUNTY rooc&'I COUNT (West Side) coming Mol.il n*. ,_4tlBapt H. Sailta. 106 ._ .. _._. 01B.
AND rOIl "TIN COUNTY, Jr. Etbal T. ....... ... .-, ,MlH. >al Chunk ...-...,_0w....,,,..... ...*'. It. Blakaatoa 4. = ....:.....r..te6: correctly numbered and ((2)) receptacles be provided ,
RIDA M. AIn....... ... _Itt Vabaa Cirarfca I... i
Loot* ...11.... r... ..._111 SOUTH CALIFORNIA AVENUE Gladys Sierra, r.. _.,.. I
NOTICE TO CUDITOM J. O. Laatar. na. ..,_._...._....-.III (
(West Side) U *. BatlaaoV. na. _ill to receive the mail. a aI

lI, ESTATE OPrUB BloaWaal ......* ... Bapalr ..., ..&11' COLORADO I
R. HELTON. _) Zone 2 J. C Aatkoor Br., na. .. .._ ........- SOUTH AVENUE
w "_..4 sad JAL'Min/ 0. L L$s0ew5 4.w16_._to,,,,.. .. : ...y.... m (East Side)

( O."af. '' v-. Cotton natal..1 ...._,,._.._I.4>
D.... 1144.d RAfl- BgtW.; H&m: : : ; ::
(Business District West ol SEMINOLE: AVENUE In the interest of BUILDING A BETTER STUART r
.tb .1 raa. ... sw4r road Rod North of West SOUTH CAMDEN AVENUE ,
aM Required .. _' Wand (North Side) .-
do... Which roa. or ohaora. Fourth St.) (West Side) Hnrrleaaa Boat Co. _Its theCitizens Bank of Stuart citizen.to accept

aur. kava atalar* the stab ofB. B._ ...... to ...-..-. _. .... .1........ ApartaioBUSunkr urges every
SkaHoa, aoantlataa rofarrod ( Oaaaa) IU'
Jed w Rub SaaHaoi and J. B. SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY job ..... raa.H. .... '
>., d.tOM.4. .... of aald 0...'", (West Bide) SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY W. Partlow, n.. .541 .: the.responsibility of complying with the post office requests

;Couatr Judto: Mania Couatr, ... La.la. Bloar Ce laa.Barrlaa ._._ (S. W. Side) J. 0. 9.Da4.844 '' ,
at his afflaa the Court Raw 51Cu.bb Mari ....... .... ,.. : Mra. faallao Buns uarl, Florida, aal.poataa n. Steen ( ) .111 that Stuart have street delivery
froai oltkt of lot tinteailoa Lan Bw =::: ::....:::.=07oFla T_."'. GnU .__,,,ri_.11Tootwr Eddlo Palfcnor (vamps ap rt.ent.3$0-.). A0e ) so may
taa aato taa _
of this l 4.Ig.Yw ........ a Bar _.. ... _. Ill P-- 44..h.. .
jMlia Book aktlai ... u
;ll"d: ...x.07o Staarl Taal =' : '"' I W. O. Marodlta' I .;
'aaal .-1 ka .la writlai aad Baal "
the plaaa of naloaaa 1Ok. Avow SUUoaCkbkotaa'a 8fAin. : Ford Motor -'j1U'1( ) Ill: ately. t
> address ot" .......*., aad aad .port.1 .'. Dl.. ..-::;,.:= Plaailat* Hell I
.... .... Zone
... .I..ir .tIoa r-9k.1 Phial _
ara ta or the laaa sea .
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a 048.w. W...._ ._ _-.au W...." U.1oa .
.attorney:144..,t or law.tk* aaaw will tear CafatorlaCktokata'a. _.. .".n ......., Buildersx.154ayd 7

"U Illk oar* of Jaaaarr. It41.MAtTBB SaroMilUr'a 54-=. _.....116 Palm. Cbe..o8 ....Jl5I.8 (North of East Fourth St fromN. t. '.. ... Ifs
Laaxk Bar .. ,= -_ '" 1-" _. ._11" .. .
BRELTOM lap surni ... ___. .OI W. B. TUtoa. Pita Colorado AT. Easterly) is built SERVICE TO THIS COMMUNITY.
Ao Atelalalntrb. af ton R.tame Atlantis. ........ C. 1L 1'1'Io,1 .._8t7' B. II.: Kaok. arrktTaaaco -_1100 This bank on

of J... .. $.11.. aorao. -\o, SEMINOLE: AVENUE
(East Side) Eaw SliaaStTLarM ml in JUNIOR lIc, "
tlwoi raromal SO. ao Jew We take pride the splendid job the
Baabo IkaHoa aa< J. B. laoHoa. ho._) OH ....... SUH.O.Aaptewall .... Sao Ekvtrla 04y (South Side) .
(Oorac* Apt) ...IINE4' A. O. Huaalnrvn.Harot -'jn Dr. C. M. Pott r'**. ...__,-:-,:-x0.94T
HtEL O. UTTMArTraar ..- ....- ....... ... .-............... Mots G. ...,...= Jo* Ahhialat rod .._....._ all CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has done in preparing "- i IS
for A..I........... Fruit stand _-802 I Brunet Lo.... na.ratal '" "/
It, Tom .. II, ||. ,..,.* II I ( attata) .-.5I0. \
LEGAL AOVEBTBEMErfTNOT1CB L. W. a II.... I..O., aai .,,x95" : which in .'
Zone 3 BtokaH Ta.... i I-. _all d'l' the list of names, house numbers etc., appear ,
I L MaCalloutb.. I... _406M5. 'II. e
NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO UGlSTU Mars B. 11... ., IPattaaa ... _4N ro
FICTITIOUS NAME I Hotel _._.__, .-.411' today's paper and we compliment that organization on

Sooth of West Fourth St. and
says .....405.44 ..... this ......- '.1" West Railroad including 1 a job well done.CITIZENS .
Chapter Jt .... Low af Plorloa.' Asia (North Side)
I of" ..... will na-lator. With tko Clark Wtka Stuart Auto Camp) Daboa BulUHaf _
I OknaH' Coarh ta aad for Martla Jaaa Doaoa .5500
apoa noript of proof SOUTH Dam HIGHWAY I Manta Counts Btrlaal"ikop-:: *
rvAuiAeu; SOUVENIR. .1 p.15.a4..1: this aoUaav ib. floU.HBTLTTU Ski laduatrlaa ._ '
(S. W. Side) ****
j Arjarlna Craw ::: :
Swim 4I Cub ifiAPSEOAfutATE JB'WELBT SHOPPB. ... .. _'" Piwakrtarlaa Ckarok ....... 5.B 11
oar Shield w* inn wpae.4bull.- at DoboaVaroboaaa Balldlat4I14IT. Dr. WlaftaM Nor :
It1t..Pa Stuart, PUrlaal "': la Staart Auto Carap ,.., ,.... aal : H. Bfc. .. aa....
win kaataoH aro aa (allowaltvk. 9..9.x. Row. ..... .... ____._...
.41.40411 r':1) :::: B. MaCalloatb (' x..404,
DALIA. died
i C.LS-based. OF STUART
........ ......... WEST 4th STREET I a-eb. R5.. ..__f4N BANK
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NOTICE (Sooth Side) .. 1 li- re.. ::.::= ::i .. 1

Corona..* B. Ada.":...tom=, :: L.,..C... :.;:t..ReaL : _. '

5a.w.f9 NOTICE ?rSSSS N :.RI01TEE L Lai w. Ely Pat.r..y. ... -- ---- $e.0.R a. i"Zi 11iOSCEOLA ..;::: 'The Bank'of Pei'>sonal.0rvice"!
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