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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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0 DOT; ''41% INs HOUSE, NUMBERING RUSH ON111I11I11I111I11I1111111I11I11I11I11I111I11I111I County Citizens Are InvitedTo Stuart, Host To Eighty

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) Dedication


the citizen of Martin county
With the Installation of mall CITYCOUNTYJOIN have been cordially 'Invited by '
delivery in Stuart and the All of the colored section ot John M. Law. jr., local managerfor Indian River Event

eke MacKensU Now Out placing ef V 8. mail boxes in Stuart 1* In the delivery limlU. the Florida Power and Light

Front'; With Fish Caught all sections: of town a warn- for the new mall service for FORCES TO Company, to attend the dedication .
Feb.,:2xjcke lit ha been Issued by law enforcement Resident Urged To Cooperate The carrier ceremony of the company I
one delivery a
-..-.,; agencies that these In Inauguration of newest I generating plant= at Basketball fans are getting let for a full diet !Friday
will travel all of East Seventh
I*. MacKemle of 903 mall receptacle are protectedby New Service ova two blocks ot East ave WIDEN HIGHWAY Riviera Tuesday afternoon, Feb
I k Avenue. New York, .U now the tame Federal laws which (Barber's woodyard to. Dubois 25 Plans are being made to care tournament at the 'jocal gym. More than! 80 play.

ding the Stuart SaQfUb Tour- apply to mail boxes In the post Free mall delivery"service in store), turn left and proceed for a crowd of 6,000 Persons ers and( coaches from five schools will converge on Stuart

ent with an 8-foot, 4V4 Inch office a restricted area of the city of east on Church st M far as Tar- 25 Business Men Urge ActionOn The afternoon 'program at the for two days of play that will decide the conference thanpinna -,
fish caught on Feb I from Parent and teacher. .are Stuart will be inaugurated pon. Residents' living on the Moving Of FEC Riviera plant, the second major I ,

"Barracuda" with Capt.Toley nrfed .to. warn children that It March 1 with a new system of street .travelled by the carrier Track project to be completed by FlorIda 1 | Melbourne and Vero Beach, I

jenreUen, While officially I ta a Federal offense to tamper house numbering designed for must Install house numbers Power and Light. Company RANK MCNN, TENOR with conference records, of six

(hed In more than two week with any box placed anywhere future expansion of the delivery Which are plainly visible from A joint meeting of the city In Its current $24.000. ,000 expansion 1I OF RADIO FAME IS win and two losses each drew

i, {thl 18 flh'went unreported In the' city -' which routes. the street,' must Install proper and county commissioners yesterday program will include Inspection -I JENSEN VACATIONER byes in the first round Stuart

,il early thin week when! Capt. i bears the,stamp "V. S. KAIL. The: city commissioners. Man receptacles on the house and was attended by 23 Stuart tours of the plant, a goes Into Its first game with

ey called attention'to the I It 'iiiiniiiiiiiiMiiiuiiiimiiiiiitimiiiiiinRED ager L. B. Eurtt and a committeeof have their mall addressed to the businessmen to discuss ways band concert and addresses by Cocoa with a conference record '
t that a new leader had been I the Stuart Jaycees have pent house and street number and mean or widening the,old ,public.officials. of five wins and four losses, and /

ibllshed. It displaces the 11t many hour arranging detail of All other residents of this section Dixie Highway through Stuart, "We plan a pleasant an over-all season' record of

t, 3% inch fish caught by II CROSS HERE ttreet, marking, renumbering of are entitled to the service to have It converted Into a highway (for visitors," Manager Let stat eight. wins and six losses Two-

in Phillip of Huntington, business establishment and residences provided they,place a box along through the city ed, "and hope that many here 111I 111111I111I1111111111I111:1111I11I11I11I11I1

st Virginia. I SEEKS IN and conferences with one of the mentioned streets' The meeting resulted from a will avail themselves of this
$4,000 post oftlceauthorltle. In an effort HAVE YOU A ROOM
A1LFISH, Women Division to meet all the requirementsof travelled by' the carrier, and lecent letter from the I FEC Rail- chance to see at 'first hand one FOR TOURNEY GUEST
AlLFISH Weight Division, have the mall addressed to the road rejecting -proposition by of the most modern electric

eet % inch, the post office department; street and number at which they the clt,.that the track in the plants In the world. Visitors will Local homes are being open
Cooperation of all residents will
xxinds.ing actually reside. The box must center ok town be moved to the see*at close range the machinery I ed this week end to the more ,
be to complete a
: Mackerel 47 lbs. necessary bear the name and number of east .to allow for an 80-foot that produces electricity:' A- than 80 players and coaches
from the old box I
shoo, 85 Ibs.., Campaign' Dinner; ScheduledAt and general delivery service to the owner. right-of-way west of the tracks Promptly at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday ;, from five nearby school who !

mberjack. 89 tb*. ChisKolm'i On I which the public baa long been Extensive discussion by officials afternoon, doors to the plant .lll be In Stuart for the Indian ,1\\

obla, 32 Ibs.tolphln Feb. 28 fcccustomed. and Interested parties ended will be thrown open, River Conference basket, ;
30 1'arracuda. '- D. STONE M.D. with appointment of a committeeof ball tournament However
Coui"Cttapter The post office Issued Information From 3 30 until 4 p. m. a concert I '
9V4 Ibs. Martin of the I this week for resident the county and city to renew will be given by the Palm more rooms are' needed I
rouper, It the, t oz .w American Red Cross will launch negotiations with, the railroad, especially for coaches. If you
who desire to have their mall delivered Beach High School'Band.
a Trout. 12 Ib'*. Its 1MT drive for $4 000 on Monday i PRAISES WORK offering financial alt) to the rail can lake care of one or more
after the first of the At 4 In Florida Power and
nook, 18J4 Ib*. March 3rd, under chairman road, if the ,engineering angles p. of the visitors, pleas call
heepahead, I IDS, 2 os.alftopsaJl ship of Mrs Samuel W.'Traylor, month. Three requirements are could be worked out. The county Light Company president Mc- Principal Johttwick or Coach I
set forth t. The patrons must Oregor Smith will welcome the .
7 2 with Mr. Jean OF HOSPITALWest Kindred school.iiiiimiimnmiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.
Ibs. os. Hupfel erring will be represented by Commissioners at the high
live within the delivery limits assembled visitors One of this county most i
lack ban, 7 Ibs. co-chairman. Arthur Sims and O D.
here are no entrie* a* yet for Mr. Traylor ha headed the OR must install an Improved Qulnllvan, Attorney Evan Crary Mayor Lee Regan, of Riviera famous winter guests'this season 1

nnel baa, flounder crevalle, last two successful Red Cross type of mailbox on the carrier'slouts Palm--B-ac4 Urges Road Supt, A A. Hendry, Jr. and Beach, will deliver the dedicatory In Frank Munn, radio tenor game sessions are scheduled, for I > "
at a point nearest the residence address and cut the I silver of the Telephone llour'who, tfvernoon: and evening both '
ngrove snapper pompano, campaigns In the county. Mr. Support of Local Representative Marvin Rowell, 4
fish weakttah (Jersey type) Hupfel pent JV4 year in Red : to be served 2. Mall re' Drive They will meet at S p. m Friday ribbon across the plants main with Mrt. Munn, I Is vacationIng :days, with aJmlsIoon< charge of r,

ix>n, ladyflsh, Allison tuna Cross work oversea during the ceptacles CONVENIENTLY! accessible l night In the court room'wIth entrance, symbolizing Its. dedication st Mlchaekons Royal 60c per session for adult and ''j &!

a, albacore. Arctic bonito, .'ar. to the carrier must be Dr. V!' D. Stone, West Palm city commissioners to draft a to public service, Division Polnciana colony at Jensen SOc for studentsReferees .

mon bonito. false albacore The 1947 drive, officially scheduled provided..3. Mall must be properly Beach surgeon,"voiced his praise proposal to be taken by them to Manager R. D Hill will be mas- Beach, Bear, Flamitila, and ,i\

riorida bonlto, Spanish mack- to open nationally on addressed to the street and of the service of the Martin\ the rail officials. ter of ceremonies: Having retired from professional Mutart who will handle the

, swordfish! blue marlin or Saturday, March let will 'be house number. County HOIplta /this week In a Spokesmen for the project Special attention will be given [ activities: because of i series are from the !National Umpires I I'" ,-
house has
In Stuart
tte marlln held over till the following!; Mon- Every a letter to MI */ Mary Shackel. maintained that millions of dol- to the comfort of visitors. Motorists need for rest, Munn is find1 1 School, Cocoa and hold .4 '

day here to give workers a 'clear: new number. Jaycee President ford chairman of the annual lars have been lost to Stuart will find tree parking ing conditions In this section I cards from the National Basketball J q
Paul '
field for the week; according Young and Ben Redding, fund drive. Hi stated: business concern by the routing apace adjacent to the plant of Florida very pleasing, ,I Officials Association '

UXILMILLM l to Mis Mary ShackeJf, executive chairman of the) Jwgee commit' 10AMlits time t should IlkW of the new'Federal highway Seats will be available Inside the lie is now doing the things ] Following U 'the schedule\ for '
tee to assist in the Mtyfreleased '
secretary.A call attention to the excellent Continued plant grounds and near the be'* never had time to do before I the tournament: '
a list of new house numbers ( on ptgf Sii:) i
special dinner at which which wa published In the Stu- work that Miss Nellsen is dolnrfa ,speakers piantform, where amplifier such as sailflshlngui 1 t. 7:30 Friday: Cocoa vs. Stuart 'IJ I I
OUTING AT campaign plans will be formulated superintendent of the Martin will be used tithing"' bridge fishing and ,
art News las( week. Additional \
il set for Friday night Feb. County Hospital. It has been my SAILFISHING IS The Riviera plant, located just more fishing. In between time
2. 8 30 Friday Tltusvllle
copies of the list were printed : vs.
28, at Chlsholm's. Dr. C. E. Bark- privilege and pleasure, to work north of West Palm Beach on he works hard at the shuffleboard .
that business firm and Eau '
LBERT BEACH ley of West palm Beach will be every at Martin County Hospital from If, S. Highway No. 1; possessesthe I The Munns expect to 1
tesldent In the city might obtain 3. 2:00 Melbourne
principal speaker. time to time since It was built ON PICK-UP HERE largest turbinegeneratorunit be here until the last of March : Saturday: I
one for use In future mailing winner 1,
Tl of
This years quota, it was | assure you it ha been a pleas In Florida Power and Light I when (hey will return to their game .

>U Will Leave'Gulf Dock pointed out, la considerably, less Redding stated that,- althoughthe ure because I recognize the service Company entire system: Developing home In Merrill L, I. 6. 3.00 SaturdayVero: Beachvs

M' 10 O'CIock Sunday than the 1946 quota of (8400 not service be extended at the to beginning house will that this hospital has been Good Catches- Reported $8000 horsepower, this i winner of game 2.

Morninghe and the 1945 quota, of $12,000.. every rendering to the community and Again Wednesday huge reservoir of electricity will 'TWO UNHURT AS 5. t:30 Saturday: Winners of
the CIt'WII
list the entire
....,.I.- both of which were over-Sub 'en the need that it fulfills After Lull provide (for the immediate and TRAIN HITS CAR games 3 and 4; for .I' .
renumbered In order to be I
he Guard Auxiliary scribed. All, but six and six- for future expansion prepared of "The mortality rate has been -- future\ growth of Palm Beach I championship a

holt Ita annual picnic at tenths per, cent of fund raised low and J., believe the patients Sailflshlng picked up after an County, Martin County and adjacent Cther games .In connectionwith
the carrier routes.Explalnlntr
11'. will remain I here for I local lecelve service not excelled Irene Stations and Dr. W. B.
Bar station 'next Sun- use any- early-week lull, with good catches areas the event are:
I why' the 'service I Martin,both of taPorte!, Indiana,
Commodore B( C. Beck- coes not now Include all sections, where In a hospital of this size reported Wednesday, It will also provide additional 8 I I:30 Friday: Vero "B"" vs
HOG STEALING guests) at the Bamboo Courts
i I believe' that Miss Nielsen is a
i announcedoday, "
It was stated that the C 8 PostOfflce'departmen' Harvey Homlar of Toley etfctriclty for other areas servedby Melbourne B teams
BY of Fort Pierce, escaped
embers most valuable asset to the hospital I
and guests' who de the .both the for conference "B"
i requires a Fleet repOrted'"plenty of sails company on without serious '1'
to go down by boat wilt meet 4-- : due to her efficiency as I Injury yesterday
Sheriff Q, M, Hancock certain of population- outside" today, and expectations east and west coasts of Florida championship
he Gulf I reported density superintendent and the fact that I toheQ their car; stalled In the
Dock across the river today; that John O'Day was fore installing the service Out- of a good cailflshlAt week-end since Its output la pumped directly F E. C, tracks at Rio and was 1.I 3:30: Friday: Cocoa girls vs
I 10 she. Is an excellent, registered .
a. OU'SundayOthers are arrested on grand larceny char- lying sections which do not meet anesthetist! well Capt. Dodge of the'"Dude"" reported Into the company statewide struck by Train 79 at about 1 Melbourne girls play Y
nnlng to go by car down Jen- ( three sails and two dol- system serving over 30 oft tie for final ,
gea In connection with the dis the requirement may "I understand that are p. m. The bumper and frpnt *
' Beach' ocean road. appearance two sows and many cases qualify for service now ,attempting to raise\you funds phin on the 12lh, Leon Pough- communities and a large portion portion of the automobile were 8.i 7:30 Saturday! Undefeated

Auxiliary has sold thee three shoats, ownership of which with the building of a few new for the hospital by soliciting garden of Falrlawn N J-. getting ot Florida Inhabited rural i demolished, Tltusvllle\ girls vs. winner

: houseboat which it pursed1 wa disputed by Claddle Savage home In that particular section donations and I sincerely' hope a 7-foot S-lnch: and!'LeonAlderigglo areas. -- of game 7.
from the Arundel Corp. 'and it' stated. 7-foot, 10-Inch and '
OOay was IOOTBALL) VETS HAVE ---------
this will receive a generous response
miy Pitchford, W.'Beckman OTJay! allegedly impoundedthe Also, It was explained paved ',Your community Is 7-foot, 2-Inch, Capt. Ford Car- .MEAK DINNER MONDAY TEEN.AGE tOMFKTAT
orted Pltchford intend to ter on the Buckaroo took out a S550 IS NEEDED
hogs while Savage sought a streets for vehicle carriers-Mind\ growing and the hospital needs CIVIC CENTER
the craft for a fishing head- replevin, and claimed to have sidewalks for carriers on foot- and deserves moral and financial party which caught four sails Sixty members of the veterans'

rte .at st Lucia.Inlet, released them when' Savage are required. Thus, the laying of cupport to make It possible to and a dolphin on the same day. football team! and their wives The Teen-Age Concert Club

claimed the livestock They were a few paved roads and sidewalksby render the full service of which Mrs T R Cannon landed. a 7- FOR USO DRIVE were entertained at a steak supper will present its second concert
ANIS icLusTERTAINED toot 3 Inch sail from the Buck at the of Mr. and next Wednesday evening at
discovered at ,Bean City in the the city will allow more residents it i 11 Capable" )home Mrs 14
WITH Everglade: to benefit from the service aroo" Feb 18 Arthur Osburn at WJleys gar- 1:00: at the Civic C nter. MIK.I

>VING PICTURES The grand larceny charge was Mall addressed to Stuart MERCHANTS OPPOSE Capt 'Cha*. Qlaspcll of'the Martin county quota of $750 age Monday night, Several sidesof Betty Lou Matheson, new president 1

_1 filed on Instruction from Slate* such a* bills and* statements IDEAS boat "Spray" reported that Mr. for the national USO drive Is beef were grilled on the lawn of this group of talented ,het 1 I
IUllrt Kiwanlan were enter- Attorney Thad Carlton. and 0'- MUST be addressed to the house TAJC- and Mrs Henry Buff caught two still shy $550. Andy Tsimas by the club manager, John Mann, young people, announces thata

'ed'!' with. motion picture.Day was released on $1.= bond. ((Continued! on pagfl Six) Stuart Merchant Association calls Feb. 11. Mrs. Buffs sailfish chairman, announced today, urg- and team officials, Jack Coleman bigger and better" program

put oub, the National Tuesday night went on recordas I was 8-feet J-lnchel long ing donors to mall their checksto : and Al Shrlgley, Baked has beeu prepared. There_ la 1h ,

> Register Co. last Friday c--uartJayrees Now Members I being: vigorously opposed to i which would have put It In first Mrs. Lloyd Travis, treasurer. beans, salads and all the fixings no admission! charge and the. 'tc I

1 Charles Christopher operat- I any proposed retail ales tax inFlorida. place In the women' division The national drive Has a quota were furnished Jointly by .Is
the machine The,film de. ,fj.fliimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii if.It had been entered but It of $19,000000 which Will be used I I the Ofaburna and the ball club. public Invited. ke

the scientific develop- Of U.S. Jaycee Organization ,I : waan't.I to entertain hospitalized veterans
it of manufacturing cash re- I and occupation forces. CITIZENS BANK THE WEATHERI'ij ''

"The U S. owes UJ3,0. enter-
... .
: .
the United State with LYRIC THEATRE rot the Pa. Aid ftpo"4 bit
method. Chicago. Stuart Junior Chamber nations in DAILY TO VISITORS
tainipent to its hospitalized vets," The Citizens Bank of Stuart )A. M.... U. 3. Waoitbov OlooM08.% el
ulllta ot ,the club two of Commerce applicationfor almost lOdOOO members. The -. city H.U .at.&".
were I said Tsimas, urging that this will' \ be closed all 11
day Saturday, 1t..1.
The newly organized Martin I 'r-"P*"" "
born of the Stuart Key club' a charter In the U 8. Junior movement has become world Philip tents, 33, manager of quota be met as quickly as. possible Feb 23, which Is Washington'sbirthday M..ua 1AWu.r6b. .
County and Country
Bowden, jr.. and President Chamber of Commerce ha been wide and 1* now active: in more Golf the Grand Theatre at Winter I and .. 13 7t il
Conrad.; ,Xd Bernhard of accepted. According to Selden r, than' thirty: countries. Last 'club announced this week that s Haven, ha been transferred to a legal holiday F...., U 'I 00rob.
all nine holes at the Port Bewail II .....n be h
loughby. Ohio, Larry 'Bhoe- Waldo, president of the national February seventeen nation sent Stuart to take over the management t roh. II A ... .71Too.

'.r. Lakewood Onto; tx W organisation, the application by Junior Chamber, representatives course: are In readiness be of the Lyric it was announcect Presbyterians:) Here 'To Hold ro.I., 1 If ,. .,. ....,. ,.n.71 ::60 4Vrob. 1

*Itree Birmingham; Albert JC of Stuart young men head io their first International meet. for play and visitors will : today L. Ashby Arbogast .. 19P. .. .... .. ..,81 II .
fcr ,' ( In Panama where International welcomed dally by the resident former manager, ha resigned i : ;
their ,
Detroit; W. R Bach- ed by preside/it Paul A Ing an INCHU IN RAINFALL
Atlantic City;,Robert Ml- Young:is the 12th In Florida to headquarter\ ha been manager., Charles Rohrbach. to enter the real estate 'Building :Fund Day'Sun'd'aylaid :

1.Toledo, 'Joe plait of FortO seek affiliation I 'with, the U. a established and 1 11 now Is opera Acquisition of the golf course business. Mr.Lent has been with ... ::: :: :::_: : ',":, ":ii,
Junior Chamber of Commerce tion. this fall by the county la furnishing the!, Talgar Theatre chain and ... ..,: .,.,
.ltofiiworsss John M. I one of the greatest community : Florida, Theatres Building Fund Day" I III set (for include $12,482 In cash and """' :
Jr. Harris ,this tear and the 144th organization "Whenever a community ha formerly State TOTAL ... i.
; next Feb. 23at StuartPresbyterian
bonds and
some estate but
services to Visitors ,
I'J, & in the country teed for enthusiastic rigorous since 1838-with the exception \
0<\It B. Kir aft.CTION to do so :
I I ,Stuart join .the TJ a Junior young men of action.0 Waldo\ resident who art seeking this of IV, years In 'the Army His church, service at additional contributions are THE
11 a m. at the Woman club needed, from church membersand
type o( outdoor recreation him to -
jj:, Chamber of Commerce In the stated "there you will Hod the wife accompanied
r "The 1 Ia to increase from
purpose friends and
Golfers who ,have organized tourists
NNED of its diver anniversary Jaycee at work "The Junior :Stuart
ON year
to and operate the resources of the church to When building conditions are .
maintain, the
A 31) The orpnlaatlon'.aa founded Chamber of Commerce, he add- -
In St.Louis ed..l1 1 open to aU young men II club have put forth 'a great POPPY DAY SATURDAYPoppy construct a> ,enurch building," appropriate, the new edifice will mil laim vratav M BL LwW 1.1d
twenty-five yean ago tow bflo F.b. V '
of and to said Rev, Charles Carriel, pastor be built on a .triangular lot *. 'i.:1.:::::
*:. c MsiMktb t.ad br, Henry Oleeeenbler' to give through U years of age It want deal money, labor on For &-IVO odd I 66i..z
Company of MtMnl. will young r soon, 4voice: In elvle attain all young men of good character put the course In playing condition Day will be observed ,"After 20 year of service to this East Otceola Avenue near the lor at"..I"... bisk &at: b.. -

lit' an hindion. "I' at W ,and a chance to, developleader" from very',walk of life who' desire for the winter season. I Saturday by the Women auxiliary community but, the the little churcli'li"(110building ( high school. I l. t !'" ,
chapel on ..a, J
Hotel and apartment proprietor .
to Carl L. Besa at hk Mrp- by improving: the coramunltle : to Improve the communities of Harold John Post. \0"" Osceola avenue used aa office ,Or, Carriel will peak on. "II r.k it am ::alr.i : I '
are Urged to remind can Legion. All proceed I is a 43 1,16 W
lit I In which, -they live '
N"W@'PdWAiM. on fit which,they uv. and wha'would their guest that 'the course laavailable mi for the pastor and Sunday school Have Three' COnvictions"'Bun.! F.16. to 044. "140 0." a\I
.I'eb. do- through their,effort worth-/ I the national, annual tag day T..b. 24 -t.69, less .I.a'' 1&VFi '
: tell who protects. Today: there we lilts 'the leadership training that' jl their. use.,, go for hospitalized veterans room. day Mrs. Frances Ferguson will ., is10,41 '..0s 4,18 tU, :twtA ,

:a4. (*M Own,, 1100 member organi only the Jayceea can Offer.* tHHHHmmtHiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiuium, all wars Assets' In the building fund, he sing, r rr :....;; .. .=

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Joka loch .... ; Is Real Cooperative 1 o of
..1' Stuart ,- a group peOfle more
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LIST Alton Prod. H.ttr. .111' tlr In whatever II being,

I ADDITIONAL STUART HOUSE NUMBER I 1.Dore,>.00101.tlo...L.,4 CkurekSmllk Dennis- __ U.UI',let... State Safety Director' Tells Life I In people ding of city Stunts and count! t

L..1. Slower ,
----- --- Walta. . all 1 am enclosing herewith
and there
ot nor-' population; of 10901 t,
a---: (East Side) PARK AVENUE Asher Frank, director at booklet oft the county ant

.a Zone This additional list ef Stuart hose numbers shouldbe Eoll AroMIebd ..... ... .......... n' 'Ids Safety Connell, thinks that were more than 400 present and feel certain that If
t and added to the list In last week News to give dome .H.nl..ht .\U" (East Side) to make the meeting. Believe It or not, 1m
clipped LIFE magazine
Hall ....... n. ... .... .ISO piiotographei I
Odd hlk w. Cranial! than ladles /t rambling
residents a complete directory of the new house-number morsel' Gill" _.....: 4..1 all. a photo survey of Stuart there were more men / )
,. I !SOJTII; ( FEDERAL HIGHWAY "... t.rw, A011n a_.. Tarlar .. .... ....... _. ...II4< The next morning | reporter Florida It
ln( .,.tem. 6 ... v..... Lwdbe ..... ..... 00.M "AI director of Florida Safety present. woof
I'W( ,., Side) This list Inaudes a imall section (inadvertently "L" III. .. ..............,..... .u... I FLORIDA STREET Council )lie recently wrote the fpoke at the school and at lunchtime worth his time tI? visit ,

.h.,, 'M ol rn ,IA, l). nuwialOLD .006.... omitted from last week's lint) of white residents and ALL e.N.II' Ate M.erw. <._ ..... ..... .. 054LAKE (North Side) magazine, "I'make safety talks I spoke at the Rotory Club and talk to. the people I i
"' I 11..1' of the colored section of Stuart which territory will also. to all Florida I where there were more than 100
..... .....no' groups over la
"I' STREET .II Ktkal" Oraw sure a good /
II It 1.,6nne Dan there story
receive free mall delivery service, Alta. D.14wl.r ... .. .. ........................... spoke at a PTA meeting at Stuart present, some tourUU. t
P'':: .____III March (North Side) Kmla Huff .. ... ..... during the for your inggWolne"There's
-- here 1 and NOT April "In safety
Delivery service begins bounty seat of Martin county, my

"" I as stated In last week' issue of the News i I RrT.rk.Will. Sallown1 deaha. ._. ... ......'.......-..................._.......:... in 1410.. l 0 L>;oa S A..Qr KoinoWl M '::::::..::.::...::: .. :=-<.mI ,

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SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAYWest Carr Cant of: Sale Jerry 0...... ,...... '". ... 6lN I
BLUE SPRING Lena Jove at6Soar. Lou .." .. ... (South Side)
IiII' ( Side) 4 MatU 5'.te... ....AdamN.ker Lulu Mary l = RkkanSouth" -" : :: :::; Ceoree Dod .. .. ... ............SteWedworlh
'on PROOF BOiRSON BOTTLED INBOND 611'In. .. : -AN Low ._ .. .... .. .448
Mob" speedy ,.. SOJGrrad .._ .tot' J.wmo HII .... . ...... Pore! Streator ............"1.
1'.. >.>...".,.h".,...11 All 40.41.ral. 4m."1011Luber ..In'L I..... Ii.U ... ..,.. ..... ....... ,u,' Eddie Lee Johnson .. .n...... .. .... ".401J.M. x Reason For
.. .. A
'. ( $7.69-Slh 411.sm walks .. .
1.1.1, G. 'IH. 1' Llton.all". L "' m
stmiyw ..
1401 blandy 516 ( Side) teaitll larlor : : .Y.yp. : :: :
I' :''' Nenry P. Lrom UI,.... Abron . I'"
Lie.Tho.4w./ fC.,., ,010.k '" Luther. Baldwin' (star; and demo)., 51 .
DLtNDED WHISKY ST. LtClE CRESCENT /)..., DI... H'ot. Beer 1 .IAI' Wlllte .... ...uftpnft ._.. .... ......All- BAYOU AVENUE \
West ...... Pbilfurd. ...... . Gel Arnolde.o..l ._......._... ...... .. .118' (West Side)
14.765thCALVERT (North A Side) GusHe mans; 4roemIu0' 1"0l, 406' J. L. .. W..... .. ... ..150Wwhw A. It Huff ..iWnkr .. .:..... .................. .'If
.. ..... ... .. .. ... .. ...
I" w. Crawfnod 111. 1-0W H. .k All Llslwe.low.' -.040 brHtwi .... ......... a01 MORE
'i': RESERVE Fonee "'..11...... .IN.kwew M_., T6onpws P. A. l..uWll ... .. ...14.1 THAN 2,000Pers9nal.
1.. (110111... ... 10. t Mint elation and Tail Utaadl III' tAKE DRIVI la EdwardlJoka ..... ... .. ..._. $70. |
SEGRAM'S 7 5.ll. .hl. .11'1 Moor All. 41TAmend.
Will Th.m.... 1.1 (North Side) Slrerh" ...... .. 01.
SCHENLEYBl Paul l HlatilnIM GU' Holm H..... ..... .... .. ........6041. 0. Doll H..11100 .... too
WHISKIES Zone 7CORED .... hmtramI .11', .. 4. kollur, ... ., .. ... ...... Kll.ria OdyHuro. .. ....915' 4
D., Kid, 019 "I' Jack .._. ....... ...............051Ckwrrh I
$4.12-5thCARSTAIRS II. On' Bar and rare, OIl 01 Gad .15
1 (South Side)
,I. ._ IPrr..Me .1.111. 011'II.
_.. ... ... ...... Accounts
aydra'. Marshall 1.L"rb Mach) 641 txtlllakri.tlan Hiehard.' Checking
4 t' J788 SECTION II.kanmT.iia . ... .... .n (Eut Side)
BLENDED WHISKEY' EAST 7th STREET CENTRAL AVENUE All..... .... : .. II, Ea: >.lu F,M Emllr: l*...toraatal ... .... .S9- !
haven CandlM .. its < '-apalalralflam .. .... .......110.
( $4.66-5t| (North Side ". (West Side) Jane. Jim 1<...... ..... .U' >>..... Laatk ..... ... .. .......904
. ... ....._ .
Eth.1: I M'itchnanVuklnxta 015
!''LABEL 0". I umnar laN AGO Andrew Thon.a.. -457. WAY ,,herGraven: owaw ...... ...600.
: tt LAKE
&: B BLACK J rkomiHin (wood VI. 709Vol" H..d.t, Par...... ... ...... 004Naas.
I SI ENDED WEY Parfait Huun Nulhoi.ro.t (East Side Sutum ,. .. .. ., ...,.....Olt.
(South Side) C..oIo. 4171 .. .............114J..M .
Great 1.<00. ... ._....... ... ..'11'r Mae Arnold
$3.72-5UANS60TVN .MM O Murray. r... UI Andy Ch..t.m0 ..n'Nuk .
.... .. .. 924 '
\ ._,,,. hers. 6Ylo. Th...,,_ 511101. army. Wo.k Fannie, Wilk.m4 : : : :m: .>'G".l; ...... :.:.: : : eta .
i w.... G. >>...... .... III Jolla billion ..
..... ... J.me. hr/Mis .010
ESERVE '01" "" ........ oIt._ 116 1D Ike K.... Yl6R,0. em Am..W.Ikn Murk' .,...... ....'.1..714. .7752t Arthur Ha.pt. .. .... ':.:'. :::::,:: : .914
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BLENDED I (Ml ROOF T.1 4.e .11.". r. 166 IIonl. 015J.
..... .. legs
if 'd...... A p.rtw"U10.nwlo : ..... Mail IS, 0. A 1n TkwaM SPRUCE AVENUEWest
$4'084:51GUCKENflEIM: 1111 ". .' ... )Th.me. ? '41' ,
Nl EAST AVENUEWest ( Side) ,
=== .. I; ,
R ( Side' I "
l 1 Bl DEO Arrie! Smith (ICif.l ::: .. ... .100Ann. f.-r.p: :':;..... : :::' :::-::;':::::;: m Yea,'that many persons in.Martin County iud it convenient .

.... .. .... ... ... Hoer Riley .. ...,.,. ......_000 ,
i $3.5th ... 70W ... ... ..._.... ...
; Imported Costume Jewelry Ilb.rThompm.Cri t Two.Lnw "Viso. : NapolrontFinley ...._ ..... .017LM.1. and economical to UII our personal flecking account
.. .. .
,noH. Hro.w OttLae
P & P.1r
I : RESERVE I ..1... 1h....... 710Kr tLoc' T".4 ::::*at I service,
: ENDED 0.4 111'M. .. .-...nj
...>....... 116'1'
$ .77-5th Hand-Made Portuguese Charms. $2.50 Sally ..... .. .. 0t7R. (East Side) I .

M.... .721. D-4 S.Y4.Mint. ....I .. ... \r check and
10 check
4 IMPOOTED COGNAC ...I. Clark ,.. : : : :::: 1 The cost w only your

Mexican Turquoise Charms .$1.75 lm,.l.. Joknaoilirrord "I'. .. Lewli. ... .001Elbert .
1 NAPOLEON < Spiv. ... ... '; M.wO ..." .. 050 book acts,as a bookkeeping r\rd, .
'n $9.455thMARTELL Wodrow H.II. 1406 _.
11.11. Henry $40Arran
4a Saul >>-.... -. .... .. Give Trueblod. ..... ."/Yen
.brvrklnston, .. .n .. .
1.10/ Fred TIo_ 050
Joh. All. Po.0 0Sle.e. I. u'i
I I .;, IMPORTED i E.... ..... YtenCler.nrr BAHAMA AVENUE Open and use a ,Personal! C Ing Account at our
I $7.75-5th MEXICAN and PERUVIAN ( ....I .. ... .... .. ... .U. (West Side) bank. Inquire about details Thl U to nominal and the
) ft-17 ...... .. ......
( C. Olla. flfMiiRlrkard ... .. ........ Tel

I : J A : Complete Line STERLING SILVER B AC LETS ,.I'I'G.....Doll.,..,_Stare ud ....). __... VoleSark. Jimaa" W.Byrd.,liT n........... ........ ............,.lot... benefits are many.CITIZENS l

Hasps: Iron Mateo V" ..ra.l 1..OulMfomba. .:.. ........ .. .Ttl

''Ii. OFRUMS EXPERT WATCH REPA tfNG and Kddla II'.'.la D and Johns_Skaa. Skopl :. .............006 to'l..d. Ruth Core.. Cotton Tyson .. .:'. .: .:' :::..: :, ::.,..J :: <
Villa' 02111. "Honl.y---s.. .. ,SolBMb. 1
.. ... ..
a. Cow .ml Jon. .. ... ..
Murphy 914Hen
I GINS O. T.. M. ... .. .. 011Jallu. /." South. .... ... ... _.. .027Car.
Bm.e OIO BANThe of
0. K. 11.,1. ........ ._ ..nI Ratal..*.k.?...- .. .. 026'050
,' AND CRYSTALS FITTED WHIK-U-WAIl Katorti' barber Shop 111
Vent Robert.
I, r Willi.' Wbs ..20' (East Side)
: CORDIALSHorseshoe A..nds Micas 11&- Amaa' Mark
I o. T. Mansell ,Sion, Dad COOP, 9210 Charlie II'm;
S Thomas NawmaaIlllaia IN
I (East Side) Currr \ .. .. m 3 )Bank of Personal! Service .wroAL

I. W. ''rh....... Fiord .HmrtMarMla G.... .._ .. '.u.,..'. { ; e7eTw.

I (B._ hop.. and cab parlart) .__..9041J 100. Will an UlltertHandonla .V. ;".sits..._._.. ...
< Baar
kaflb-1 lra (
5a... ... .. ...... u.' DaptlatJaila C Fab Wow.... 951
LaPOINTE'SImported WllllamaAnaada ... WIN_. (atenlVlou'S .... ...._ ...

r:,11.11 Ser.. =..",:.iGi:8(; ; : ; .: :.m: Aanlv. :ban.... 'A'>...,( .".Lars; .. ,5414 900 010

Package Stored Lulu M".. (c.. H' ho0w1 .. .111 bard
., .
.. .... .. H W Pool 110J..m.
Lulu (MOUI'' 714 .
and Costume WtldnlMUlaa 924
d Jewelry = 1241 '
: DM From City 1 Fire Dept. I Ir Louis N.Pthe Iwo or 9s.MN .. ..... Ttf h.. (...cilia. 0 J1pwr>.n l.f: :.Odom, .44
Goo Hagen
I (row Pricier .. 601:
I HohaaaOora. ..' ::::.O.a2Hearn I (West Side)

< -- Colp.moo .. ...... ........wYAlfHrwry 000.110 It.bl.... _._.,,. In
>>"...... ..014.. ..... f .....,. .wrow 910
4./1/ 01N Ruhr Simmons, .. .'0'
Sam II...., 020. ..
-4 "' ". mrHrrdy ,915K
I ... N
; 'IN,1thy Thomas $24 .
A..>>1..11/ .n
AIN > Carrie PunntStore/ .- ."::1426' Y
9 bwkw T. SRI-' .1040Joh East' Side
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= ...... .
I. too
Deck a Dotty Martin.. ..11 1 I1E
L"rltw 111Goon. ? e
., Wasld.. /Rb..pl 9411 Clare S Ci1ft" 4..... j,. .24..
I 1f .....14. (Raps.| .. .42411 i\ ,' Mary M..... .. :904Th.

C o se $ f.. EAST (North CHURCH Side STREET) .......Corte. .Grandy/kl" "N. ..'111Sce .11. 14 tills 11 lit sit

... (" Thomas. ... .. ...10J .. tARPON AVENUE' FIrMAI
Henry .Drys.. . ... ...-.... (West Side) +

i Em.n: IOuhella White Ash hwasoY .. .. .014 Beats. .D.Loses ..509Tbelhn IV 1'ERA .
Jaeke" 915Sohn R
DRESSES Emma Whits : : :::: :. {IfCelli. Carter .Net
Sawyer 'UII. ...... la 'Ta>.lap Carter 110N ,
H. 1'1.1.7, .. 1.. 51 "
I 411oooo10. Stan
I P.nk J"o .. ...- ...$11. I c........ .... 909 ElEC1 IC ;
Goahod .H. ''H./I/ 714
... .. . Jobs Boll .. .017. M
ka Maifkarkn .... ., I G.. A, o-i. Taylor. .011. S1E 1l41 ,
Or > ... ..711Church Willi.. s.11h ..
I ol Christ1.: NITS' Clark .
BLACK AND COLORS 'I IrarlallHlrhmond.. B.,...r .7 lt. .. Att. i;awn 61.4. 0s0Thos. .931 At two

all ".... .. _,0s., .IIm.Plonnek. M. 10.Brown.. _907 OIs
My ...
I 1ri. Willi. u. Stanley Cobb. a 4aa loilar. sages" lw1i
K,'. WIIII.m. Memo, 'U' 911 ose p if ai 1st id.Ya 1a 107We
SOLID COLORS AND I Stuart Trot. .. Soled 5sYM.eedeuf. I (East Side) 4.
Dentine' Church
Tanner W.U". ka Ollkartua .. .._ ..
... Htaiilr 'Shop iii larial so

f ( Side) +ha I. Scott 'T._;. said ,
PRINTS i ma Aaaakalla Wou
.-kodlat Church ... ...IT 11 ark 1i.1I.... ._ t,020,. > +
Ukodat. faraoaaia _. ..621 .., J. H. Grant a 04.b. Bad 111 esilp""OIk

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TflE STUART NEWS,.STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA THtESDAT FEft 2111t.1147

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New Item for this paper react rewh the net,,

g SOCIAL I NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Horn* Telephone office briers U -W noon on Wednesday Office Phu"


Ohio Mr*. JoluvRos*. Port- San -Francisco. Bette y,
and Henry on
Mr, and Mr, J.' R, Pomeroywere cent Quests were Mr. Mac! OWL PATROL MAKES PERSIAN PRESBYTERIANS TO SPEAKTO CUB ORGANIZE SCOUTS MONDAYAl TO Beckman Donald cam Burroughs home from stet. mouth!\, Ohio, Mr. and Mr. C.'' B.Hours daughter of Mr. and Mri.o

I hosts at dinner Sunday at I Clark Mrs, L. A. Clark:, and E:. ORIGINAL VALENTINES scoutmaster \ last *, Pellsmere,Guy O. Nour O. PaU of Santa Ana,
: 'The Owl patrol Of Girl Scouts Pera B Benjamin will be the Shrlgley, new cub sea University to spend '
f their 'home on St. tuc"i Cre.- W. Clark, Mr. and on, Philip, of Port Pierce, and will be remembered bart >
f j \had a Valentine party last Friday speaker at the monthly dinnerof ha announced an or- week: end with their families as-the niece of
,: ,. I Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. Wiley Byer Mrs ]
home of their leaded the First Presbyterian church ganltation meeting for Monday and Mr. W. 0. Penney
:j" i at$ the i of Warren, Ohio. towery *r., ,who I 11 Mn i isister.
Mr. 1. F. Bozone. The girls Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 8:30: p. m. night, Feb. 24, at 7:00: at the and Mrs. Harry Beckman. .

1 C. & E. Walker -1 ewlersf' I made original Valentines from In the woman' Club. Mr. Ben- Episcopal parish house. All Interested Mr. and Mr_.e,Carl_ Roth have Bette Platt who I II a senior at L
1 I. dealer In Oriental
jamin a rugsat
material' provided by Mr. Bo- hasleeen" The first forest
.. boy aged 8, 10, and 11, bad a'guest at their Tropical the University of California, railroad
Beach H born In
'' gone, and a prize .for the prettiest Palm wa to been chosen to repre- in! Steuben county, New
and their parents are asked Farm home recently Ensign and
educated In Persian schoolsand
f'1'f r FINE DIAMONDS' I Other went present to were Jane Betty Morrison.Wood, at American Presbyterian attend. The cub scout troop Is Mr. ,James Townsley of Leban sent her school u a model'ln for logging white pine In i

i sponsored by the PTA.
,AND j f Joan Wiley, Georgia Evans, College. Speaking Persian and ,
Smith, Boyd, Turkish and being In contact I
Eldone Muney
1"" WATCHES Mr*. C. M. Walker returned
Betsy Barr, Janette Ringle, and with Persia, he la well qualified The
from Great Falls 8. C
Sunday ,
to, describe postwar condition
'I.lr> t tI"; JEWELRY O QUA Y Jane Pressel. : In the Near East. He la a Chris- where she ha been for a week

'" ANDDISTINCTION LOTTIE MOON RCLECONTINUES tian, born of Christian parents.His because of the illness of her

II,'; STl'DY famll)''* faith) goes back: to mother, Mn. I. p. Hardin. Mrs. PALMCLUB
;. 7 Hardin Is much ,Improved.
48 A D.,
Mr. W. O. Penney entertainedthe ....
Lottie Moon Circle of the He gave art Interesting talk
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Ban-
KNOW YOUR JEWELER' at Rotary recently on "Russia
Baptist WM3 Tuesday \after' ,
field of Toronto Canada, are I
and the Near East.
'! Stuart Fla noun. After an opening\ prayer guest at the Edgewater!; Apt t
: 247 Osceola Ave. by Mrs. Baldwin, Mr, Marlon This will be a covered dishcontribu.
will be
They her until March
Ballon Flake! taught the third dinner. Each bring a .
/ I chapter of the study book tion of food and no charge 1 Is 1. '
-- - I II "Chrlstus Emptor." Mr. Robert made except by special arrange- -.e- UN
I ment. I Mrs O. Howard Davis of One- F ALL
Longbottom conducted a short Ida, N..Y. arrived this Week for
business session, and Mr. Ronnie
I .
COURT SCENEOF a ten-day visit with,her sister,
Cross closed the meeting
REWARD Mrs A. I. Maxson. Mr*. Davis
I with pray'er. Others present were BUFFET SUPPER
was called to Florida by the
Guests at the Atlantic Court i
Mrs J. C. Anthony, n., Mrs. R.
death of her brother; V P, Davis,
L Andrews Mrs. T, H. Knowles Apartments enjoyed. covered .
In Oalnsvllle and came' on'' to
Mrs. Leland Bauer Mr. Tom dish supper Saturday evening.
Bowie Mrs R. B. McCullough Table were set on the paved! Stuart to visit her lister.

1 $50.00 i and Mrs. Arnold Bauer. terrace at the rear of the build- Herman ,Finkelstein of
1 1t service Herman -
ing and was buffet style.
Glass Work, Philadelphia, DANCING
GIRL SCOUT PATROL Arrangements were under the
t entertained Mr. and Mr*. A. P,
11.VALESTINE< PARTYStuart's direction of Mr*. Kenneth Dia-
FOR EVIDENCE TO CONVICT THE PERSON OR Hunter their sons, George and =
I mond and Mn. Bowen Brown.
new Girl Scout patrol
Fred and Miss Ann Greenling ; THB SPOT TO RELAX
PERSONS REMOVING, MULTILATING ORt I III marked St. Valentine' day witha at the Lighthouse! Monday eve- -
Tuesday at the home of-
II{ \ ning. Mr. Finkelstein ha been
I), their leader Mrs. M. J. Mor- HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
rison Games and refreshmentswerr Dr. Hollis Potter was guest of staying the Flamingo and has CHOICE WHISfclESJrVlNES, and LIQUORS
DEFACING i been fishing with Capt. Hunterof
t features of the afternoon. "honor at a birthday dinner given
Toley's Fleet. His wife and
Present were Anne Leach, Duane Sunday In the new sun room of
family will join him this week for
the /n Ate
Atlantic Court
: Madeira. Judy Arbogast, Olive Apartment
., f s"s Burgess and Betty Morrison. Besides Dr. and Mrs. Potter, in Florida.extended vacation. In south \sy vsL ICE COLDBOTTLED

guests were Mr. and Mr*. A. W. .. YOUR FAVORITE
I GA'$ STUDY PALESTINEThe Ferguson Dr. and Mrs. George a -
Mr. and Mr, E. C. Jones, jr.,ofSalrmont MIXED DRIN
Aida Grayson GA' met Barber, Mr. and Mrs. W. Conner
W. Va
who have
I BELONGING TO THE U ERSi NED MEMBERS at the Baptist annex: Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. A. Morrison, Mr. been Mr's.
visiting Ben Eckess!:
for a program on "The and Mrs. F. Carhart
for 10 days, returned this weekto
Palestine" conducted
their,home Mr.Jones Is a
b y Zola Mae Blakeslee. The scripture -' CHINESE MISSIONS THEMEOF
nephew of Mr .
lesson was read by Isabel METHODIST PROGRAMThe Eckess ORCHESTRA
The Stuart RdU Estate BoardC. a fl;
others who also took part on Methodist WSC8, meeting
the program 'With Jollne Kick- Tuesday at the church, com- Mr. and Mr, George Vllsmeth -.. .. DOOR PRIZES
B. ARBOGAST EDW. MAPP were week end guests of Mr and
i liter and Joyce Edenfleld. Others memorated the 100th anniversaryof
Mrs A. T. Hunter
i THEO. DEHON and S N JOHN TAYLOR present were Pam Cross Patty Methodist missions In China. Ave. of Cleveland FOLLOW THE CROWD FOR FUN TO

luckey. Joyce Harrell Jane Mor Mrs. J, J. Richards, assisted by} e _
rison! Janet Ringdal, two visitors Mr J. P. Bozone, presented a
Mrs Eddie'!: Lee
Smith la expecting
In the put week 20 olmore signs belonging to the Sandra Ringdal and Gall series of scenes In pantomime: her mother, Mr. Lee F.

above member of the 9uiart Real Estate Board have Handy, and the leader, Mrs. J. work Depleting carried the various types of Terrell, her daughter, Mri. E. THE PALM CLUBPackage
P. Blakeslee. on by Methodist
r been lyttemafically: destroyed.. missionaries for 'the Chinese. M. Pollard, and her grandson,

ATLANTIC COURT Mrs. Glenn DeBerry wag narrator Edwin Pollard, in,aged six anda '

ARRIVALS ,and taking part In the scene half months, from Atlanta, Good

fl Recent arrivals at the Atlantic were Mr. c. McKenzie, Miss Friday fer a month' stay, j

t i ll y' Court Apartments Include Mr. Syrena Totten, Mrs A. C, Cour-
and Mrs. Arthur Roberts of Taylorvllle. sen, Mr*. H. 0. Reeves, Rebecca

111.; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. and Patricia Reeve.Nancy King

George Washington Wunder, Jr., Chicago; Mr and Nancy Lukens! Carol and Shirley -

Mrs. H. LaPrlse.! Columbus; Mr. and",,Sonny Chason, George! Waterfront t' t PropertiestmKfcffjf"

Birthday Party And and Mrs. Edward Beald and Mr. Bozone. During Intermission,

and Mri. Ray Johnson Caldwell, Mrs. Herbert Sudhoff sang appropriate .
H. J.; Mrs. William Weldon Jr, c.. .: _
hymns : '
accompaniedby : ;.tt'\; f > $*; >vSr* *'
New 'York City, and Mrs. N. Mrs. Herbert Thayer : : < ': I :: : : ) ,

Hardlngham. North Plainfield, A large crowd attended the ., / i'fi' <> "
1N.J, impressive '. ';tt ,<'T'''' ,1(, "." ", '*. ....._ \
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DANGESaturday program which was I if I ,.
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( followed 'f. 4 1;, : 'v" .. ::1' ,
by a business session ''1t'1 ; v' ; I'; \
MATRONS CLASS TO conducted: :: ;" );: : ,' ';' .:-, '/"\ f' '; I,'.: '
by President ,
HAVE GAMES PARTY Mrs. 'i 1" fl' .1'I ., : I' : : !
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The Matrons Class of the John Taylor. \01' ..( .\. .. 1' ,. I' ""
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Methodist church will sponsor a f.ft. .' 'i 'it" ,
'I; Feb. 2 9 Till 1.30Presenting benefit games party at 8 o'clock MATRONS CLASS .. ). -.r,
Y :
Tuesday night, Feb. 2S, at the HAS LUNCHEON .,:,..., Jlt'.. ;. t, ','(" ./

Ou New Band home of Mrs. L Van Ness, Palm The Matrons Class, of the j.:.k

:f City Farms. Proceeds will b e Methodist Sunday school held a

: ::,. added to the building fund.Sparbrite covered dish luncheon and business .
meeting last Tuesday at

,t The the home of Mrs. I Van Ness
at Palm City Farms. Nineteen

Jd member and guests met at the'
1 .
; 1 tr church and went In a motorcade

to the Van Ness home. Follow
ing luncheon plan were made

Lading for the benefit game party to

I"1 be sponsored by the class,

i is ready to give i DR. CARRIEL SPEAKS

your floor aid rug the IN FORT PIERCEDr.

I. attention they need. Spar. C A. Carrlel was In Fort

BOtfS brit, prices will meet any Pierce Tuesday where he spoke

competition. to the Baptist Women' Missionary

". Society. "Jew and Arabs"

Floors expertly sanded wa the program theme, and Dr.

'( Who Will t,l Nightly and finished.. YOU Carrier gave his Views based on

CHOOSE /HE KUSD i personal observations of condi
For Your and OF 1 tion in Palestine The program
N Joy nt FINISH plastic, fakeHte, also Included an open forum

t laquer, il>>Ilac,/varnish, for discussion and questions,
EntertainmenFOOD line oil. co/binations 1 '


buffed. Ah oors cleaned Seven Red Cross Home'Nurt.

and wax or bakelite log students will receive certlfl.

I topped and xed. cates of graduation this week

according to Miss flora) Stanley,
Asphalt ti an inoleum Instructor.A .
Ocean-Fresh. Se (food at its best, Western
laying avs able, new class will be started this
Steak and Chofs, 1
week at the Red Cross office.
i;<. Rugs an
COCKTAILS and laid home nursing classes continue

.. with, some communities planning
H Rugs cleaned. Pick-up
two or more classes.
Mixed: to suit'th.. ConnoiseurPACKAGE ''V and delivery service Tack t
carpet cleaned on CONFLUENCE OF ST. LUCIE AND "
GOODS floor. The Happy PROGRAM Our Listings Include Many Choice Waterfront Locations > ,
Evening House at With AH Utilities
tl Sanding and polishing"machines the Methodist church next Sun. erUes along the Indian and St. Lucie Riven, and Zoned. '!
+ day at t:30 ter Island .Ocean to Sound Estate Sites. Also Sewall''PolntRiver-to-RlverPropertleundJuph' :?
At Former OPA Ceiling Price for rent. : p. m. will bring together and Ocean to River'Prortl.

,- -, three states In' a Bible sn ( :

Write or Call CollectSPARBRITE : Quiz Jersey Program., Ohio and Friends New from York' :New are t 3 3t

Invited participate I In a competition .. C. B. ARB'bCA.sf: t

to ascertain which state :
THE'LIGHTHOUSE Phone 2496VERO ha the beat Bible knowledge of

the Book of OenesIT Resident Real Estate ,.
BEACH Waterfront I I.
of these state are urged to attend 301 303 St. LucU: ;Are'* Properties hawranc*

and help win the contest, ;S1ss..lF dor'

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1'81: ITCAHT hill, STOAftT, Martin Coantj. FLORIDA. THURSDAY,.FE& M, MlARGAINS sp FAQZ.TIP ti

.4UIIIIIUM4UIIIHMIlm, IMIHMHIHH having come over from the west A NEW BOOK FOR
coast to see P W. Spencer.. GROWERS '
JENSEN BEACH' NEWS Stuart Band Afternoon
LARGE LOT&4N CITY Sunday Also) stopping over for a visit
with Mr Spencer this week are
100 t. ft: Mr and Mrs. Charles Payson,
Bj Charlotte HeWer director
Wendell Waters of Stuart nigh, school band
ON GOOD H SURFACED ROAD 11 I TITBIT!Illltl/llllltllllll/ I t'i'll' u IIIIIIUIIIIIIIItllllllllllll/I111111111111111/ I 11 VIII/IM/ aboard their "Saga". The Pay.
today announced the following! program for a public con
EE Mr. and Mri. Jot Wood of Charles Alderman, Mrs, K. J. cert to be held at 3 o'clock next Sunday .afternoon the sons are wintering at HoW 00.NANiN7A1.iit aNADa AND. I"
Hob Sound were the guest ot Ward, Mrs. Lewis Gamble, Mrs Log Cabin. Townsfolk 'and visitor are invited.. Sound.

Mr, and Mrs Arnold TauM' Seymour Gideon, and Miss -EU- 1-"On The Square" .. ..... ......... .. .. .....Pahella Dr. and Mrs. D. Dubois of New TREES i +

Q O UBIN Saturday. rabeth Robertson. 2-"Monte Cristo" Overture............. .. .. .. Paulson Haven Conn..llave brought their .0014 FIAalpA AND cuse # '
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Settle of Lt. and Mrs Paul McReynoldswho Saxophone Quartet "Angelas" ........ ......Massenet 27-foot auxiliary schooner "SeaWInd" ,
West Palm Beach were the dinner have been guests of Mr, and 4-"Build on a Rock" ChoraL.._?....._. ..........iindeman Into the Marine Service 's' }

(UMti of Mr and Mrs. Hast- Mrs T, R. Helller left Saturday B-: National Emblem m ......-........___._......-Baglejr CA for overhaul Dr Dubois a j

logs Munch' Sunday. for Miami where they will visit 6"Great. Granddad" .....__ ..............-..,_..'"'._.Isaac rclentlst and with his wife Is r
Highest Cash For Your Car Mr and Mrs. Frank Palmer Miss Owen McReynolds before -"Korsakov" ... _._.,. .....:_,_:....._.___....._.-.-_Yoder Vacationing on Florida waters
who have been visiting Mr*. Painter returning their home In Washington 8-"The Lost Chord" ,.........._.....-..._.........Sullivan.
WON'T TAKE. FIVE Mlg TESWe 'f parents Mr. and Mr*. C. D. C. 9-"The'Star Spangled Banner." i ,
Wlnowlskl, have returned to Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gamble.
can par you the O. P. A. or your cat which their home In Lancing, Mich. Miss Charlotte Hellier and Prof. ChamberIs Stuart Boat

It as much as TOO can anywhere and Mr.and. Mrs, J.C Nodine spent Newfield attended the broadcast Carpenter Brady Learns '

STAY WITHISUNRISE LAW Tuesday In West Palm Beach. from Station _wmA In Fort sru0.0.ocs

Mr*. R. 8 Robertson enter- Pierce Monday night when Seymour Really Busy All 'Through Day Rentals 4 Maeseoas. I y

T CO.Armstrong tained her bridge club on Tups- Oldeon'l orchestra broad Fr.te Ca . day with a Valentine bridge 1 (R..r tt Cull Fll14lMt lee)
311-23 South Diai. atSeymour party castMr Wlllard F. (Bill)) Brady, Mar Inae.cd r a Cloth $3.50 Paper $2.50
Inn Valentine
Fort Pierce),, fl... \Telephone 190 motif was carried The out In the refreshments and Mrs Dalstead and two tin county carpenter, recentlyemployed OBITUARIESEMILY For River Fvfng Only Order from 'I '
daughters of Minnesota have on remodeling of the
,and decorations. By Hour rffy\Or Week Edwin A. Menninger"The
Chamber of Commerce building,
Those present were Mrs, A. taken a cottage at. Segrestroms "had his eyes opened" he said M. L ac) Killip Flowering Tree Man" ,
Taube, Mrs. ,Adolph flertel, Mrs for two months. C. CRANDALL Stuart, Florida I'TILTON'S
Inlaid Linoleumand as to Importance of dally opera- P Box T9
tion of the'Chamber Funeral services were conducttd -
I '
He ,submitted the following Tuesday at Johns Chapel lot 'l"I
Asphalt Tile Flooring signed "observations" to the Mrs Emily C Crandall, 58. wife I .#t, :

Fancy Design Work ur/!pecialt,.. The County Agent's ColumBy News In praise of the civic or- of Fred E. Crandall with the ,I
For Restaurants, BarAUbmes, Etc. ranlzatlon' and Manager H. B. Rev, Phil Maxwell Baptist pas- SUNDRIESDRUG
Will Install Anywhere Xar Estimates Phone L Kraft tor, officiating. Burial was In
M. Johnson
To "Mr. Kraft 1 II one of the most Fern Hill cemetery SUNDRIES COSMETICS t

Interesting men I have ever met Mrs Crandall was born In SUN TAN OIL SUN \IA SUN GLASSES I'
STUART TILE/ LINOLEUM i There was no damage. to citrusIn the Hobe Sound area and your and talked with. Hf Is the most Moosup, Conn Aug 10, 1876 CANDIES TOBA JEWELRYSANDWICHES. J' '

I Martin County Edward! Mapp county agent attended a field pleasant person to work for. With her husband and daughter, SODA F TAIN
Stuart, ,Ia. Phone 9167 reports that his citrus Is lookIng day meeting Tuesday of Florida 'I never: truly realized what they had come here this winter SODAS ICE ;
better than In previous sea cattlemen and ranchers at the Important work the Chamber of for her health and were living In CRJ0KM i
sons and Indications are that he Ona experiment station located Commerce did,until I came to Hlllcrest, on the old Dixie highway NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINFS ,''t ,

Radio or Appliance Troubles? will pick better quality brighter 9 miles west of Wauchula. Some work at the office of the Chamber where she died last Friday Ricou Bid*. Next to P. O. Jensen Beach N,
fruit this year-and much sweeter 600. Florida cattlemen heard of Commerce, while the new -

CALLBARTLETT- '' -.- han In previous years Florida outstanding) cattle research office was being renovated, and WILLIAM J. C. BANDLOW,
The cold spell reduced the ,, men discuss Improved heard Mr, Kraft and his office! +
William J. C. Bandlow 17, I
> RQS. number of Insects and checked pastures, mineralized fresh water staff help people, giving them winter visitor from Paramus. N. CASEY'S GOLDEN GATE CAMPBeer
their'raYages on the citrus culling herds down so that advice and helping! them with
for J.. died of a heart condition Sun-
There was a very small amount pastures would not be overstocked their little problems and troubles Wine and Sandwiches +
day at Martin County hospital t
ol frost damage to Improved breeding by "I have In NI\HT CABINS I
FAST-EFFiaEMVR LIABLE young groves, vslng seen people come hers he had been taken four OVER
but no damage to old grovestithef purebred; bulls fertilizing practices here from all over the country
days before.The body was shipped a
SERVICE to the fruit or the trees used on Improved grasses, wanting 'to know about everything by Johns Funeral Home to TRAILS ARK
Mr. T. B Oartland managerof (the advantage and disadvantages there Is to know, from
Oiceola Ave. Ph'one Stuart.209W.V.WILSON the Bessemer Properties orange of controlled burning on where Is the Baptist church, to wife Paramus and, daughter accompanied, where by Masonic his GAS d \IL .

groves, reports no damageto pasture lands. and other down- trying to find out where some funeral and burial services Opens. 7(30( A. Jl. 10s 11:00 P, M. i1'
citrus fruit or trees -i and to-earth points of Interest to long lost friend Is. who moved .
very. little frost damage on cattlemen, These 800 Florida down here a few years ago. were conducted.Mr. 2 Miles South of Stu.rfon Federal Hi-Way No.1', :
young groves cattlemen; saw approximately 50 "If the growth of this town de., and Mrs Bandlow and, T. C. CASEY S

Jr. Most citrus growers are of the head of grade Brahma cows pended on Mr. Kraft and his office their daughter Mrs. Helen tour Y it
home here at 1
opinion that the cold weatherwas with suckling calves by their of the Chamber of Com had made their !

an asset rather than a ..liability sides grazing, on 17 acres of merce, Stuart would be one of the Homer Hudson residence on
TAX CONSULTANT I In Martin county With I the Florida 167 oats two hours a (he most popular towns and one California avenue Bandlow 'was BRANFORD and SUTTON GARAGE I ; 'f

Increase In price of citrus and day for three days a week and of the biggest In Florida. a retired mason contractor. GULF GAS and LUBRICANTS sCAR

the greater demand Indications holding flesh If not making a "I never once saw Mr Kraft r it ,,
are that Martin county will have email amount of gain without a smile on his face WALTER (
to assist Taxpayers In preparatioi f their 1949 Income Tax
Returns and 1947 Income Tax Jfumateil anotherbutnper gross return on We also taw pens of steers that "During my short time that I Eaton Ingersoll 84.j WASH, POLISH a JT LUBRICATION I.4 }"
citrus had gained as high as 148 worked at the Chamber of Com trother-ln-law of Mrs. W. Courteous, Epicvnt i Service B
MONDAY,- WEDNESDAY e i pounds of flesh per day on Various merce office, I \have: found It to Swann with whom he was spending PEN a f
THURSDAYFRIDAY Mr John Barony., 'rancher In kinds ot feed, Including be one of the most enjoyable the winter at Sewall Point,
and I wish' that 1 every Job I died last Thursday at Martin 7:00 A. M. Till 9.00 P. M.JS7 Days A Week ''I P

February 24, 25, 26\Zf and J 28th, 1947 could go ont I could work around County hospital He was a nativeof BRANFORD and SUTTOX Owners

Office No 208, FlamlrX Hotel BldgPegraro people like Mr. Kraft and hU New York. JENSEN BEACH
( Real Estate\Office> office staff" Private funeral service was ,
(Just west of FEC Station). JOIN THE THRONGS conducted at Johns chapel Friday k kI
w MARTIN rOIIWTT HOSPITAL by thll Rev R. M. Fenton) I I

form f' Government Auditor Fees Reasonable ,- Attend the Births: and Mrs. James sent Episcopal. to Orlando rector.for, The cremation.body was "DINE and DANCE" j '#

Member Chamber of Commerce I Harris Palm City, daughter, Feb.
18; Mr. and Mrs Roy Pierce:
Palm City.. son. Feb. 18. Admitted TOPPING YACHT
DOG RACESt : James Burns Vero Beach: I
,Write"Box 632 W. Palm Beach for appointmentLUMBER Mrs. Frank Pilger, Jensen; Mrs UR'S INN h. :

James Smith Jensen, Mrs Clyde HERE FOR REPAIR '
the Williams. Admitted and discharged ''d j
: Mrs. Roman Irwin
; '
Ronald Outcalt; Mrs C. F, De- On the ways at Stuart Marine Mixed DrLsi' Beer, on Draft t ,r i
PALM B ACH Loach. Hobe Sound; Mrs John Service Co. early this week was I +l' '
Watson Indlantown Mrs Maude
; the new 52-foqt Falrform Flyer
Ward Jensen, Discharged: Mrs. Just completed at an estimatedcost
$' and Kenn Club A. p. Krueger and baby daughter of $$128000 In Jacksonville STEA an SEAFOOD : ,.

1 Mrs. Richard Latham; Mrs, by Hucklns fyi 1 Bob Topping Jr.. OUR SPEC ALIT
u' Britten Wood, Jupiter Island, of New York and Miami. Run i 7 ,
uildlngMaterials j V I
TLYxcept aground north of Fort Pierceon Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON

fresh grapefruit I grown In Florida her way to Miami, the luxurious Owner 1' ra

.- blue and gray cruises was
S day) .
9 damaged\", at the stern and was
At an early date the Martin towed to the local plant for repairs
are' more plentiful' irst Race 811 PP. hi,, County. Cattlemen, Association She,Is' powered with two '

plans to visit! 'this experiment OM diesels The skipper and See Our New Window Display '.
We May Have' t You NeedFor Daily ouble 2nd and 3rd Races station and tour their Improved mate took her on to Miami Wednesday

That New Home Bur. to See Us. Ten Qumieila Races pasture grasses .
I The most opportune time for Also at the local plant Is the
AL SHRIGLEY, MJ .' Minors vaccinating pullets against '"Seph", 39-foot Wheeler cruiser
I. Admitted '
chicken pox is when they are fully commissioned and waitingfor / 'J'glk fDJ.'m/PJI.

East Coast Lumber < about six weeks old when her owner,, Harmon P Elliott, ,
Opposite Morrison Field. they are usually separated from who will come from Cambridge, ;heIewINOLDOrSp.t

West Palm Beach the cock rei.. When properly performed Mass. to pick her up > /. q {i
& Co. the vaccination should Mr and Mri Laurie Hend- lhriDI.&ckJ..d1.IIt.' f J'J *he
Supply '
Admission 25 Cents result In immunity. from the rlckson and daughter of Chicago / ..condloMinf.TbfeMfyMOCftow 1'1 ''t ,
.' t' .... disease for the rest of the bird'slife and Sarasota are at the Marine oIaplorta..andplnl..LoedocI I, c.1hSW1NQLINE'a1000ROUND
Phone Florida .-- i
22 St..atf. l v Service Co. docks aboard their 'it.
w. r WIREelo.| Staples:it'e tb. ,
World,.pMdiwtilplu>ftMia.Make your le ;
once,boon M>l ichoal SwuifUwdinnHewmconrAiiv ,e1
,moioMBUuieaTTtH.Complete .,. ,sof

U b EahG EFOOD. : + t tr +e

Stop Wheel. Shimmyve Your Tires + 5t,U,

I-j ; 1TJINr,,.. .41JINI.t.

I '. Our' Modern BeayWheel' Alignment Y 'FAV1tJ ES' + }

t' :. .< -::Give;Your( Car.,An A ut. ate, Test, D ntW Drive' In FOR YOUR LENTEN MENU'! 'R RDLkM OF ----.o' ii f

.. ?%*>{'I"I\ "J' may'
t '
I '
i I .; Ycrf Wheels'Ah'd'Frare; Checked ;" ., 1oua eess4
: \ T day"AndHave": ,: ; STRETCH YOUR ALLOWANC Y TRADING AT win Maptes.n +

r\ best repels i isle.derd
AT \ wplm

.' CENTRACMAkKET"Where Line of Office Furniture and Supplies,

,RALPH. ULMER, MOTOR. CO... WE HANDLE NATIONAL Eoonemy+ Rules"BRANDS. Of The Stuart News ,"


. Visit.T. cur Star Will Conri.ce ,Yeu OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT ,
ou DIN'IL y1L1A1, PHONE 8141 i,
Alron eV 2nJ St. J. BROOKS OVneV ,I...... 300 '0ty

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IO OClOtl'C:: : I to be loaned for such plan art
GIe .
FOR SALE111111111I11I1111I1111111I1111111111111I1111111 FOR RENT ACIIO.I lL 00.10" watterC KINDRED AND JOHNWICK
Ing plaftIS. but his engineers can mate the I juLA Its
111I1111111111I1111I11I11I11I1111I11I1111I1111I One fildaill. within the next[
,FUR SALE! a. Ar::;: MA \\ R AlP I [ 111101Y j needed survey
ran ftKrlT% Two, Wdro.nl Muo. fay 17. sbei Our a three months for a cost of $5.100.At .
,S BUILDING Ul TS real In luwn Until Mnr lot//All ..toIrto L: Ao : 'lung DEP tiox 13 UFS rai: ."My Principal" Erwin Johnwlct. busl "*TIC& to CRILDITONS

kltrnrn. Aoullo ..nltmitilo nt III It Acoorulino: 5 TAM MIF ft Color and Coach Charles Kindred the Insistence/ several of kit CBTATI on
3 LOTS 60 150 LOTS Rill I
x .
N Hot "It""
DMruU Avn *r wrlto Stunrt
160' ADJ NING. / I It W a a .Cell T II 1. game of went to Cocoa Saturday to nessmen who represented organizations JAMES B. Brl ELTON. .
45 x ( :.4.4 U. : ilhantel and firms the commissioners ttanoo rrtorro to assioulas .

l f m GOOD! LOCATION CLOSE iimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiViiiiiiiiiMT u. tntry.:In, .,to T A H Ell FIE t Colleen"ll-to' ofII attend meeting ef the Indian voted to guarantee the 614Folio. B""toa

IV 'TRICE RIGI I l' FOR, & FOUiiiiiiiuiiiXiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiii ; NOW I n'IU4 H E Dill 8 LlA r n. un-alle" River Conference Representatives cost of this and to pay
win" survey

QUICK SUE.: \\J DE!' / I It 11., ,1 grxot: risk ort. E R RII REI- -I N JAr .llol=1 40,10111or,' worked of out member details of schools the $3100 with this>, remaining $3.000 flannels. ,"of cad 400h resolved of Annen
WATI poll laso pink pis. 0 lit ve". .II,, Ilruit.f lh* I TII 5 i EA9S II.'I'.mll.It to be donated by local Individuals oIAAVi and dealing." wb"of protest
\ WRITE P. OSTUART. B 954 Rmora V, Steer, U." ''flivir, Ituarri. blalki, h.ra basketball tournament to be got
... IA r**. Mr no" mfcw tkn I
IF< MAN such
IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII1HII'': XA 1 ItST 'fish Till j : : who had previously offered ,
tt. : tf1. played In Stuart Friday and law"ot 2 SMonn. li-i.llni,, _, Isal
J no dill Innit. A Aln.r II. .........-1" A I A F ..... ", ..lIr aid If the county will start action to M oVaro. Snake .
FOR RENT1111111I11I111111111111111111I11111'11I11I111I11I ;; 'Ii IiA" and Hnltk RiwirIMALL I $4. Iftwity of- ... c.. Saturday, and able. laid preUmlnarv SkXUn. o.r...... Into *aM, list.ftbi
"M AALI k 1 to... ....ItJ'a.hmi. L tuii Idetborr Wlut PA T T ::;:..
... .. At I A L .1tII. the baseball on the project to the C mt W j jrTerloo
...... f'om 1; ., AI"t' 9 agent rady pb.- % '.... plans for ito
'ItN'H.Ir"ln 04 "I 7 ILrolIN114 v.:1: retail opi.: IA N TilL I=, I I -A 11. 'h:;:.: and track seasons Price French president of the Slunrt.at In.hi r 16 wllkln Ill tko*A oTnl I Ot

and; l-4; "1U.I I t hold;;.;:.:, AI Awk'the :lltu-"; lour Say oror *L t4"t'llillion' TY -5 it 12.1.(! .uses Coack George McClellan of Martin County Chamber of Commerce &nnnr wamune of Kim T is Ik.wittim nnu 2onoHutlm ta is .

A 1<.... ., felt I- this oil a st.oll 14.wo OffieliV.I. It Noar tonight 41. '!''' Cocoa was host to the group asked the county to give d ow 0. be ifterithem was 1111a
II. E..I'
L Clourrymoto la state the ,
1 83, r"llit ., .. KTornatlaofA& the last $2 500 In the local drive seellike "it
FIVE ,AIT.-'rWKNT A114"JO '" AN" Groli left" r: RO... Amount. C.RrJ. ::1: at the Cocoa Golf and Country arb ,tell..
Hit Aw Ihii CANVAS dOVEiED VoWBOATLOST n 11souli In ., It VA.=, Club and following the business for the annual budget of 10000. be ; eisloaar
4IVMAV, AT ST LUC IF INLET. : 1":: .. Follow : LISP
t t.\ : Alli WEST OFAIIIVOWIT PLtAsr the brain ::: 8: .111 or -
A : \ iffIR QuIckIALf NOTIFY TOLlT-Sl *,. >A. .1. 1I..ed. 6L Beh'''.! '" S. Part 01. turre 41. Comflort session the school men French agreed that tf this I law.,

1"1. a. 11(0 SK".I'HONII: LERNO, LIBF-1--WARD. __it plants. : lhmatlom 46. t Jud.as: king witha mount Is received. the Chamber t Jan
0W 11 I Rri n'A't: ; : 40, :: : tried out the local links -

i UWT Um W. 0 nikta, four Artiefil P. Tried contempt In 3.1i'mWells -hole round of golf will not make any further MAUAuA
.. .. f. .
ICtl'gT'V.I. -- tm nek >M win purra In ornund :t Air 8Zi.la.:: tt notris theSL
""'''' .wi" rhl1q,1114K .1". a", lit,.. T, Nr-sV smi Ronald. One who 'it- DOWN syw Our requests for funds for 1941. The of J a. it.&, iTlJ
,,, ... Call is L Cured thigh' of L ",Nraori, h'' '' orlocxec:::=:loao
't"ATLANTI N( Ifl. .1 Uliinrl it !! !_ !:! .. ._ !..._ board voted to take the request tialoo "red

('041. lv $I EACHNNINGER I W8T .;; ;:;:j, ... hr. ........ !E> Wry:: ; ;; .. Fain yrm palm. I. Porfumom .o. "' j,;' MOD ABOUT under advisement for one month. seek* a tft L 197MICUA

I II ....,.... ... R., Barber II.... .1'.1'I 1"1 106 Paris, L G.'L IRA
OURTAPARTN Protest Canal Move Atter"If fory Ali ii a.
:: ;-r.;
I TS I LOST......".011h.,4 ....,... ".. 244326 onk dark tair.norne 2 3 4- 5 CITYCOUNTYContinued City commissioners joined the Saw so. FA6 0. It 41.
OR LECOMPI. ,.... ....
'An to .,. R..... toNt W 1110011 A
STUART I RIDA count officials In passing a resolution ZME11T
01. a C Lo'' I.is K. dth at. -
WHEN ; I B"li E ELECTION I N.Ard. ItLONT. 1 ( from page One) protesting the" govern

OF SHEL 3 ELRY AND Its 0 T 1KC 9 OP lIfT 1"
AtW Quid .Lain, I. I.,... 'n..... ment plan to cut the operation FICTIittomel RIC
NOVELTI S. WILL SELL ,' Sunday ."h... d II returtuld to 15 40 17OF around. the edge of the city It fours of the St. Lucia Canal
T A ETTEL. wurt Sears. .Itif tf
9 158PE 1"111111I11111111I11 ups' generally agreed that the locks from 24 to 16 hours a day ..tmlffttCkuNw ..d
HARPER INN TQUINN'S nlllllll"lIlIlIIlIj backs could be moved at less ] lo til.

RE, JENSEN SERVIC FFERED 1 111I1 V 18Sgol rfill Al expense than would be Incurred H. a Kraft manager chamber, reported of comrrerce that- of Ik*''Climlt'1. will om mw., .1 6.4 far it

BEACH, NO TELE. 1111111111111111111 111111111111111111111 if the buildings on the other side count. Florida 44 or
20 Al 22 23 24 250 boats had passed throughthe of vnknWUnMM .of
273o i
C CIJ8TOII TKAl' H" .. ..10.'... 1,2S : c
ollk.last. of the highway were condemned "
or, -00 It....If Ifyt WHOLESA E DEALERS .r...It. orra' 'is. -rib ...,.I.e.r locks In January with 20per THI MrgJtLAT 1
find a.r b".d.: J.; and cut back to allow the Additional Slfollllt
: ion tll DL ow Lmhua- cent going through during it" trklck. w. nl* 6-4 AN Alumnae,
h IfY1.11 LCO TO MAKE .. 31
I 'oad
I at au t. brideei footage required by the ....'". FUrln.1MM I& ortim hoterulaw,
1" It ERS Fort. I. n. II. the night hours. Night closing knllMM u.. allows I
-.Uh All
,r -I A-. of b I, ttho State toad department' forIghtofway of the locks would greatly cur-
I'llt To, a Ih int'hyhe old. 1.'n, ....L Marvin, -7 433 purposes tall commercial of the canal. It" lori"
I to here record. lip ,A-moin biallimill.brat George S. Brockway, civil engineer relb. III. Is. Is. 2?.
I II -1. An 27Ad ..,. he stated Copies of the resolution
% t. 1. the .he'' at- by their
; A ..I.Iril Roil 43 a.6.1f.itiell ...,...... .Let .how '.. A., Cup MowSt. 31 1 38 31 of West Palm Beach who will be sent to the .

I, 1401 th"'if' "bli....... at ...... 01 ., N.. .fiff". ofPAYROLL had been Invited by the boardof government
10. 1. 27, engineers and. congl'Nl'men. NOTICE OF II ON TO RFICTIT
80N.. -63 ytitm for 0 A commissioners to explain engineering 3 M E
0. ballphis, we endour, withholding
,.. and _., or "D-114 the 6
Plvyvi Zion111"Ank' 44 47 of the proposed new bridges to' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT sioderldroord. li.im It
FOR : chapter SI.IIS.
SALE .. N.- 1
it # WH 1/111
a",.., &I the ocean beach. from Stuart", NOTICE OF INTENT, To REGISTER of 1M1 vlll tw a
'!New Cuiflom FICTITIOUS >AME fit* Omit Color| said far
Built Cruiser 48 4f A2 7 511 5J WILl present. NOTICE Is I'll' Ii intr. KknMn luouteipt Ofor

t''P;: t-Llf. ':I f.,':"',,,!f :',',':...::"',',, : I' 23ft x 7K, ft. Honduras Mahogany -, PORT E JELDING Realtor C B. Arbogast and 1182.1th". oil finstive. od atiw, 00
.. ,, ,,,,. .. ,,,, Chant. $0.96 Lot Florida Auto if.wilone. to niISTUART
r." H"'I t ,, ,, 54 5S A4 numerous purchasers at 1041. win W nio to. CI-k er fat 213VICL a*
h'' I." "" I I"'h.
i, I throughout. New Chrysler could be enticed to Stuart the Circuit Co. A &ad far Martin .64.4 1 san 9"Mioff Asoshoose atrl.rW.i
1 iANYWH E NYTIME County. Flathils..1- roureirt tor grant that the intMtd h Vic
r; ;" f: : ;r' "I.t. "ACE" jtlarme Engine. ComPletely as residents If some official Of puillk.tlpffi, f A. WAslol, tM (100. business In as to

.U "".." J\,"' "":,. ,".W;:::,,,:; .;:". equipped including !OXYGEN ENE ORE 4 action were taken to Indicate itoloul.Toil. toItEn X- I N *adtirldell we #in utgoT.a

_. marineltoilet. First r..lOn.1 LECT IC W DINGCHA that the proposed bridge was aneyellis I, a. A& stoon. Floor.I" FAIL 4. 146 so. 17,
tUR "AU .11.." ..n, dn''ll.. that par Inv "d is "it beak.I .
Isan. his offer accepted. Phone O CUTTISGN past the A
: ] pipe-dream stage wand are RGAI isgulm?
I ::"j" .=: ".,; :I .n, .:, io"h io\\:"..' ,: Stuart f 60-J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiimnmiiiii CITIZENS' URGED TO Brockway explained that L CLEMENTS mind
,,, .. '1 NOTKIMIHIIIIIHIIIIlllimillllrhllllllllllllim a preliminary &V U. CLIMENTSattw
1.41. I D
V ''''' .11 IIt < El FACE1I PURCHASE
-ditl.' P,I I Cnfit, Flemming" AND HOLD plan would be required % Florida. NOTICE OF IFK I Is TO It
: :: : ':;':;o ,,, :' ::::1 '';:I SAVINGS BONDSIn PA.. 110. .. Horeb 1, A. NAME
-- -X >N'S SERTICETATION Before any agency could consider NOTICI IS a| 9 GIVEN %doandersieffoold.
-- -
: VISIT THE RECCED SHOP 0 prettillow a
\ the
I"t'.J'. <..."., -0" ..h."M -,. FOR SALE IN THE his budget to Con project T- Federal funds WUPU It H.of of Fl-dk An
... .,. message will kit the,
h F1 II""" 500 flEET ON STUARTCITY flat. rfts Cut 4
( !H\ -,'"WI-11 :.!I t I ST. LUCIE P ONE 91221 FOIf YOUR gress January 10th. the President the Clrnirlt CnijGrant and at, Roo
ItOlt 4AI.1 I a.%"' ,' 11 'it"' \ tf. FAVORIT REC RD. said. under .he heading of Borrowing the names of several applicants at publiesulon, Lh the Pat
: :Nilltrield ,,; ,,,, o ; ::., ; 700 EET IN DEPTH ON 4. it. so, and the Public Debt VA." I- I
1 11 .n.1 '''' J. ,." ,I. ,,,.. 'NEW PROPOSED HARD UT PAPI" Towua--w. r\v. feu : w temporary carriers until a Regular:. ogeeting* PALM CLUB -AW bib up
1. Lilly, at thene 'the aid. P'lad ... Of 11, kaltdipark. "The public debt reached
I I YoUNG1.VgTEkA: a regular competitive examination mttnt I* knof An Ineart. TWA
SUR Ali a I d6water .
i CED COUNTY th bleal
: I 1 I-'W'' ..:. ;" 1. !''ROA >. HIGH BANK AND ,; cabi-IM.- I I ''Al Aid:. A. V., pirl'ot. peak last February at 279 billion Is held by the V B. Civil 8:00: tknt an wtlM f"611101114 6. a low
tali.. ad Write 2nd
it. B"Wis. dollars the anWEDNE
During remain. Service
''' 1 "" Commlsson.
A. J.....",,,. '-r 21 ",,Ilirlil,, K ,.11111OR I DEf WATER. NORTH A ir...I.IdAf'll"' and bilwhil. ...,..-... Care =117"Al ) Alaric Johnson BY L
.,,011.' .. ...... der of the calendar the
0, IRR'.LA.' Feb. It. St.AIPKNCEM year well known here for many at. Fit 46IT.
.' ""h.no 111. T. C. Kn. ",
d."t debt 20 .
SALE: Dir toilets IS foot BE VEEN 11-W. it was by over billion years> as express agent, has accepted Stuart C* tHi I
GEO KEITH i 811PPORTS ..-... Mae'.
ii't' llcnt condition j|I PR( ? WHO. Lontift new, 1111 00A dollars, and stood near 259 a temporary appointment A ftAl VISA Lot 9 MITNOTICIL Pat
: .tI:. Just boat truth rii wraillahl.. Fort, rier", 4 In.1I 10. billion dollars at the end of December having
nd good for TES. 1 '/ MILES FROM tiontralL Philip, (J.... Inl apen4atoniont off joined the local OF
: 1. trollinr ; fishing. Phone I ) DRAG1.3' Werth i.t'i. Most of the securities post office staff Monday of this Public A aye Welcomm, Facto 3 ''aNoTtes
: '
: CE TER OF STUART, : : ir Fork, a. i. 11. NOTICLt Pli I Rnalim"red. .
I:1'I 11.1. tf letlred were held by banks. This week.> IN 5 y V Ad8.1darnialood.
Ir Noorl.it. d .1 hinabioldthit" .
UT I"ki MILE WEST reerbiew.4g
if'; .
Nb pli m 11"4. lot reduction was accomplished by
a.'V"I. on II.IM ..,. "''''. FEI ERAL HIGHWAY NO Irmh ""III,... Ann .. h. ,.It. I.111I111111I11I111111I11 I C.h=. ; the 4 Chni% '
,. :: ': I..' bi $1. 1%, II, 1. RICED RIGHT FOR ET WASH drawing down the Treasury cash the, Do 18 in for m.e" .
\/; t. :,j 111I 111111I111111I1MALE act
to level ..
: \ a more in line 4 P& ofof
IADr ('HII'K !;I, N... /Pru I..., ,.,,1 LOT NDRY SERVICE with peacetime requirements I". I. it'bibif" 7AI
t ;". Ii r ), ':aaftinI",',:;; I H::Iv.: LUCIE ISYO Ulllllllllllllllilltl 11I11I1 111111111111I11 'We propose to continue the JOHN T ANISRA wdowe
:"I'Vi" I RIVER IN SUNSET ESo1'ATEi' MAN WANTED Rawi. it ... I Gra olowein, to baohae .4 INthas
Broil almertuoif W. P 'IV.... sale of savings bonds The proceeds An Its
I"- 180 FOOT FRONT ....-. WN. I -
.: laundry carefully .Iti 1 l,04. FAH.Wto. will be available to redeem (911werarlA.
; ; ET DEEP BACK TO 11.10. .... Cs inARN11 5'M
OLE, ) SKINS "1-1.111' 1 I. ,,,.,,,,1 wash clean and returned marketable securities particularly UmMtied"
,luor., No- :i T DRIVE AND WEST JlELIAhU..A -is ... '
to yo damp for home, drying ... those held by the .
'J OF RIVER ROAD .II o. I r. 1ft i.A- banking .... 13. .i. N&Mb
PAY Kill i:1.. 119. Vi"d; -H.."r. HIGH d ironin,. We will Wonderful _. ....,. Aday. system. It is Important that 0.-
othhh:41111: BANk ....
T. .
00'' -.I '" ''' ''' RAP RIAN N. "P.'" .requird: ILLGAIffADVIERTISSiblittNOTItg
: I 11.-, S. ... pickand deliver and give ..... citizen
"a''1. .1' "" NVAT RIGHTS. A RIAL 1 POrli 'N. .,. Mr as Caflo.V every In 'a position to do
BUY. You t 0 dal ibis ; 71" ". A flarpoirt.! ilL so help to maintain
: a sound eco-
b. So 8LOOKING .1i
::1.roul SEE LOUIS SO ER. P. O 7wash. 0. TENT To Wvoidmi
,1 'i-l -.Altill. .I.., Ill. economical w Rate I I8c nomic situation %
G L111., IPh: f1d" Lh: ., It BOX 1634 OR &T PROP i: F 1 rHATII ILVER lNG' by purchasing Z F ITIOLI Altl.
u_ .... ___ per P94 d. Weighed t..11 .... .. and holding United
find""It States
or with lbal U IfArmy. savings
FOR,, HAIJawr1r. .. " ,.... II..", ERTYJ9A. M LL NOON i imum; bundle A'' .. opor-all. friou'll the NOTION NERNST GIVEN 111,
..n4", "..1", .r. "" II"" J .". Feb 20 27I pounle. 11_t aminbr. ..d domel an". .art.wIkwtmarw bonds"MAIL **art
.ol.. "P.'Irt..,.. ,rI 10 .1,. '. -"' ''... ... J..... cbapw to I. Ln.: ml nrrtnnf
i' ."H- apporton 1''lki roo.II., .. ... 1141,.r| rat-intor wills ilo.1h. Cl
.... now .It.
ill. I ..
Ai. : 12 0 n"
STEEL'.d,.. I"hht ";.. ., ..I:-'T8., ,.." ri';. ."" ..", M" .I,,,,h"".w.J. -.00" WET WAS Sit Ib.PEOPL .., .=ro"" ."'1 'ot ...,..... C1-i colors. In, Ml4 In*
wll. per .. .., .. Cn.tr At
... Ir. f ... ..4.... DELIVERY riffon. turn rralrt
wi, 'nII.\ it..W. ,.. .. I. "' "' ." A.... c.m. Mkllonlln
"' '''''no .. ... ..... ( 'ull .....11. alt > alt ibis sudlet. the
101. "6\3.\ seat ulw.of
a. 1M. '.'''0.' ,Is. I"o N.... 5 LAUNDRY Army 'railing, Swims ,,,., "I unit, wo. qw ..ftbY.GrIc
II C..... Hid, .,. ii GIFT woulpirbini
''H n..11. H rr ikr P W. SHOP.
)1JICo t, I..'",, ,.h.- ., ',...'.... I ,." t.J' I It, T .IV Wty one (Cvtilmtieitfrom page Out) tE atft
n.... ,..,. ....".., '" I... ,..,,,,,, '" ' t t..,.. .4"..,.,.. II". ", ,...1 hll. I." ,, III NORTHERN GUEST number of the recipients It Is 1-, OSIrOUn

,.the.,,fit'1. ',,,'''", .'.''''.''' 10" on. ",..10" 'rid'.' ; :;IU"d; ;;: ",, | SHORT I'iNO TUNINI1--- -H.p.lrlniork -: ENTERTAIN AT lated( Therefore was rt* Fire 1. %
''.Im Prmnw. firms
,..... I. .,".. 10''.. .... r.n ii, ...
to I. I. '" (. it 11,",. A.I'Wht. N. UIII. "Im"' I m P.I i olnrckritni ROTARY CLUB ** 6
......... S. ..11, .. J.- a ,...,b I \'I'llorrel''.. U r.. UiutonHr tending out thousands of statements
)'1& I BOAT Rs E'I'N NEED ".. lal'o ., in". ofVfOLIN each month are urged to 9

i FOR SALK. : Wd-l, .ZZ I .',:;.'NhNt'h : F R AIRS III ER. repolirfaw. U.w prkplrhtat. program Erwin Johnwlck chairman Rotary club obtain the- proper mailing ad-
arq. a A 11mit. 25'18' staged
.. -tor ck Cabin Ed Hustpol.. Ban lot, WrAh an Cress: The Is
.rr ..... 4.4, 0'.1,111vir'' P"rf-t ... J,, public urged to cooperate OTWSTo
A. if entertaining
$1 to .,." 11-1, r"d. KM4.t.b IIorrl Gra Mar e Engine, surprise programat In avoiding confusion
Wasole AT CZaNs
CHAI W. beli.A First 1150IAloone takes it ROU H DRY SERVICE Wednesday luncheon meetIng which may arise when many box HELPS
II. '" .., .1 A ... straight, ...". i | ad. engine with by calling oh northern guests holders TO KEEPYOURfTELERflONE MOTION 11:112111: GIVEN
In. ...., ..,... n.I..... Pihhit LA of the club to tell relinquish their boxer at the Sam,* of nor isainduft
.., .. '" ... the .....".. I all marine connraion. DRY SERVICE briefly of the the local office, although the Martin County, 6. as a

a' r -a o One net volt heavy 0Y activities of their home clubs quarterly rental system of boxes RINGING 6. r in a, Vdittlstes stb day

7 TOA-; 'S : : and Interesting facts of blayo, 1 04 III,
t A FOR S-H DutyMake.ta e Battery la dry carefully washed I rome localities their will mean that most boxes will "a.$ a 1 Be.4 I a A baus F,

Entirlif.0sic la Block Front, an offer. 11 lat Work sheets I be retained until April 1, the It takes a lot of fo A.- to. WosHbad

I&Z' ith- 0 6R. one SR I I Ask for KAger at Stuart pillo p.. etc., ironed and Art ShulU Newark, N. Y. said end of the first quarter keep our proeramalone.at a telephone know-how to 11110t.up at ..4as out 19

'\ Dwelli c plate cement- City!- Traileamp, Evening). weari apparel dried for Ma club sponsors a boys' band Most of the territory to be Improving' service'm6ving Indian Stiverl of a-show twir, Ran pit al

G ages, Ribbons i FqfTsALE home iing. We can give and student loan fund and that :{ served will receive two deliveries A record p In Florlds. C1.11 A.- go*
: S d singly or ; 6 You tw, al service and will his home town Is noted as the dally although a few outlying More new Imp than sun% "ofif the -North Ilk -his AVi atNa

I j Unit at C also River and deliveryour largest producer In the world of iesidentlal districts ever before are being al. 0 &-it 0.01 In 6.6a
Kit F'und.y. will get only trained In
itl.s B U ALOW ; this ecomonicl rose also as the place where telep a c sarooms, and towns as* tork due i of the
Front the
a O.K. not ON 2 Oik MORE one delivery a day under the operato,filing job, as wout winner of %ber At Noiseation
It LOTS service spiritualism originated era In of. ? th..O"no
.' Murph c cqulred. your famil). Atenancis and business A 67 411
Apply present setupContractor of.
I. FRUIT TREES I to the inrtionall sour oof
It Erenzin e owner River.sidis ,.$ LOGO E ONLY R. J. Chamberlain Kankakee Herb Young and bfict::19umal More a led people are 11 144 2. a"".. Tawn.bloa
necessary 16 1"4 I
Ill. 44 "dips
auto dealer the
DAY d Hospital St. S ECHA 1 POUND discussed the his son, Paul have worked after ob of prov Ing service La -- Iso it
< Pink II. to LE automotive Industry in his section regular hours to construct tremendouIt growing i"mentian

i'UW'ATI'' Tvirtv' ,. ri .-;; ;;;;. .J. CONRAD Weighs When Dry.LAUNDRY. ; L 8. Lawson attorney 150 concrete posts which have Is a" a 0 is It

I to':=;:A'a' .11.: .;.1.heal'Witt", .' Heat 40 : / SALfRN.., SHORES. u PEOPLE' zupervlsor told of of New Albany Trill. teen placed by the city at every teloplial take fine bu% despite a handicaps; Florida An IAwd" As thirthIL SAAL Ei

Phole 287 the making of veneer and street intersection for the markIng folks us in the thIc of
f KKHYpK RK< | >8 nUIHT.; of ilitings, learning air raOAAD

It-"i:::" ,IHrnllor" V t 1.1 ":'.m.lilHu.ln W, Itly' ,' ':'j.ri'::, _itMURF Oundersoo there. Adam prefabrlcatedlousei of streets. A slgnpamter and wo Ing to make your serv bigger and bet. IDIP COUNTY CUU C" SsHANHASTIA4
Blair LaW
I rti L&- Cut N-t: rbry. -0 11 floor rom of antique will name or number the posts. ter.! I progress Is Jan. 8% ,
aA being it
: :
.. ;:; : : ;: & dealer made ron.,4 it.
,: In I R. 0 Equilvoird far ATl'H.'l'Lr.'Krt/li 1 Hio 1bONALDSON of Plainfield, N. J. Local merchants have stocked try daylPIOGRESS .

good 11.0i"dwmi' I llbkd at 11'al Art. Pir.1. It... a tell.amas ,...,... .. nintiple, It".. man, Ir R spoke! of the boom In his business a variety of styles of house Laibe
,.. AND
tilib Sol.. Ed Wall.11.1o .I loan' Me- III... FINSHING stating that good pieces of numbers and mall boxes which

I role 8 si ourer to .big.: meet; 6. antiques are fast becoming very must be installed Title CIA
IVA IIALSs I m1w.4 Virus, .Ioa.. Lonle JU.... PHONN322-MR by property ... despite( C"TY.
ban. 011.4a... sidta, cleatin .....1 1 .nol So _.. H. tI rare: George* Preston. dentist of owners The response 'has been shortagest' AlAsiss,
iailb elVtob 11.4 APrIL 1644, Voioi Lilly I'. U. Areadd, if Whltesburg, Ky mentioned the la Florida during
gratifying. officials stated 1048 the
Curtis AL C. yip- today Telephone
\\III YOU WANT TO III 1,1117 Herl SPECI work-for\crippled children andH Installed more facilities th.n Company
I .....".1 1 01..0_1 ".. half are .- clubs I especially commending the 'blator7. 118,320 It any other time I.
way which his
R SALE .borturarto. at....o1 .nd *..", ,I.a. A .'."ed LAWNJ MOWIN SERVICE Rotary club owners of the Atlantic pourt and miles of 91r. IL633 4
t."Alli/ of a II X C I. It boano. performs. Ernest Davis, retired France '
I but it.. &A In..... 1 bad 10 .. _. 1t.11d. POW, R LAW OWER' apartments for being 100 telephones IlIIIt ]lt4,' vSS 14.591 How TINS ITA,
Modern Concrete Block: I... Th. 44.. ., Items I.,. .6, .1.. cpera. minter. of New York City per cent prepared for als"INT L
mall Cllltral
"1-0 ...... HAVE*YOUR LAVN "delivery office additions ZrZNis
2 Be House 13. Int. ... ..bkb'Are 1 CUT who .U now In the wer gSK*
music business
room \ !
to a WII'' ..II .... I ... .. 1111.6ft to their tenants bet of employees Increual
Cement tile roof composition !* 1/ bintermted, ..,.. I'. Stuart. RlGULARLYVt showed the weekly bulletin The, ape W tol the 11iklord
son R. mark., I..... REASONABLE new service requires an A.
"', ) EE of
An Api
tile floor his
18-inch .. club of 400 %
n. "L members. B J. woulyi. Ad
addition of three new '0''". 3teSIS.SSz IIIYalue to i
JAC Mind
bautt fan, modern link 1,16 i. it: ti ti. SON Anderson claimed the "Allsest Ina
dlsUnc at; the poet office. gle"le. ,
iiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniMiiiinWANTED' 6 West Third Si. Joseph Vrehrod ; ttsrt3SZEz 00an
electric hot water heater I, Wr giant for his Rotary club in Mis qualified l by nine .. ",, : 1 .
steel te: P, O. Box years Us uses
winclowLIFIAlcatted: in 4&S'v' slsslppl being the only organization expelrence In the postal service .in

Betsey Addition"No.2. Stufrt. MiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiliiiMiiiiiiii/ known .to maintain ., :,
WANT TO MUTl, King ... .. a In(Virginia, West Virginia New Ali G.
"'*-. '.,.!. hrl' ..* II."... Court>n Uw i "t Fee'1.0.01 14.4-rftblo Th.4 0.0'wkh Flo" irsa'a-pol.Peter I lie"it hospital for crippled adults York California and Florida was dow Was %all I vrri.

I. 'Write P. O Box 1089 IIZ HELP: WAKTED DRUG AT COIIJ''(>DA APPLE"UiTATN., W. slow$ Arend store. orrItunts "Each member ls taxed for its transferred hen to serve as the SOUTHERN IILL TnE'HONI AND MleftApff, si"AAis" !..

Stuart Florid I AISLY.'it elletid at"Ithiger, as" Pit&lawiliallo. upkeep and our work Is far. first regular mall carrier. The '"CO"olAn. COMPANY' DA'r

0 o4o. allied In"Na Carol: v reaching and gratifying", be said. post! office it-now) considering -


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NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Ii t FOR EXPERTMachine 'I::J: ; jij(I ,

VfJ KICKS CIRCLE.: served refreshments, assisted by MRS. MacDOWXU. HONORS NURSERY SCHOOL HAS \ I ,j I.
LAST TUESDAY: bet sister, Mrs Vr, 0. Barber, 200 Attend PTA Founder'sProgram VISITING GRANDDAUGHTER VALENTINE PARTY Work "

rab Hicks Circle of the Bap- and daughter,Ellen.Others present -/ Mrs. Ann UacDowell enter- Mrs J. R. 'Pomerov, Jr.. entertaIned Shop t'' "t''

,hurch' nut :Tuesday afterat -, were Mrs I. P Blakeslee, At Civic ,CenterThe tained Friday afternoon at her members of her nursery "
the home of Mr MarvinU Mn, Henry Crewe.Mrs. J. C An- home on Palm City road'for her school with a Valentine party I '
in St. Lucie Estates. Then thony, ]jr., Mr*, xnmer Singles Friday at her home The theme CALL STIMT 33'I n I II +
| opened with the"alng- lary, and Mrs:: Q C. Crew. PTA at the February meetIng PTA BOARD HOLDS granddaughter Linda MacDowell of the day was carried out in the i\
I who I Is visiting here Games, :
, Friend We Have
"What Civic'Center
nf Tuesday night at the MEETINGThe decoration and refreshments,
Sarah flicks led Mr, PLANNING refreshments, and favors were j\ -lit I f
jus. .Mrs and Mrs. 8. R. Noble of celebrated Founder's and assisting Mrs Pomeroy wereMra.
Day PTA executive board met
rayer Mr*. R. T ,Jacksod West Mount, Quebec, Canada, i features of the party. Guests Freeman Johnson and Mrs
with a gala birthday party.Highlight : afternoon at the Coleman, Sondra' Service
Jackie Stuart
Wednesday were
tecond ot at Mapme
I ht the chapter arc guest the 8t Lucle Hotel Thomas O SchrcckengostMr ,
of the evening was a play,:, Arthur Dehon, Ann Pence, and
,tudy course "Crtstu Emp- Mr, Noble 1* a brother of Mr home of Mrs. Dehon on j
Tne circle will decorate Frank L Noble, who with his presented by eighth grade English I' Riverside Drive, Plans were made Mary Margaret and Norma, 5.7: Ooesstlng i fSl Louis fI f\\
punt church'during March. wife and daughter, Is visiting at student directed, by Mrs. for Tuesday nights general French. Mrs MacDowell was assisted l 41 spending some time at the St. In / orated '
. lannle Jackson. The skit !tracing -!, by Mrs F. R. Horton, and Lucle Hotel.
a short business session the home vf Mr, and Mr, Car- meeting and recommendationsdrawn ,
the 50 year of progress since Mrs Jack Coleman took ,the e-
Ed Burjest; Closed the meetwith roll Dunscombe In St. Lucle Es i up for presentation at '
Hit. Rowed tates. the founding of PTA In 1897. young girls to the party Mr and Mrs Q T Avery ofFlossroan I
prayer that meeting Those present
Angelina Constance was narrator III, are guests at the I
for"A Tale of Three Letters' were Mrs G. L. Edenfield, Mn Mr,
which, In three scene, depicted J. C. Anthony, Jr. Mrs. Ed Burgess tock and Mr. and Mrs Ray HotelS; Ou Los Bsd Term,
r IS TO REPAIR YOUR Mrs Herman Belts, Mrs. h
the growth of the parent-treach-, Covert and daughter, Kay;.all of Mrs. Aline Errelt of Cincinnati, I 'to'
er cooperation Idea through three Harris Lowery, sr. Mrs MarieMcCullough Lansing, Mich. at the
HOM Evan are guest Miss Amelia Reid and Miss Edd
2 generations In a typical small Mrs Crary, St. Lucie Hotel. The visitor are Mostly of Fort. Pierce were Sat-
ommunltyIn 1 Mrs, Marvin Rowell, Mrs Wil- here to see Mr. and Mrs Andy urday guests of Mrs. r, R Hor I
liam Meggett, and Harry Webb. '
a SEE USfort ALL / the. 1897; scene were Sally, Anderson ton. .
te Correct, Judy Arbogast,
REPAiR and NEEDS Prlscilla Piers; In'the 1822 scene,: HOSPITAL AUXILIARY .. Elect1 He '
Lllllam Johnson,Joan Briscoe,
of ,
ToUR Alri I I 1OTO PLEASE and Elaine Anderson; In the 1947 Women's Auxiliary I Dairy10Gallon

teen, Betty Ray, Hilda Sword,' Martin County Hospital will '
:f meet Monday evening at 7:30
V end Florence Poth, Phyllis Constance WANTED'PASTRY
played background music at the nurses' home,
for the narration, and sang "Lit Women of Martin County HOT WATER
CaskLtunberCo.i tle Road" and "The Last Rose of various churches have acceptedthe '
Summer" ,accompanied by Joanne -, project of sewing and mendIng HEATERHe
for the hospital, and the Red
Constance. A group of Mrs. COOK
Is Still po' /Its \To Supply You Erwin John wick'. music stu- Cross sewing room and machines 49.93

A. r PHONEDINING < rents, with Mrs. Johnwlck at are available The following
schedule has been worked out: .i'
the piano set the mood for the
scenes with appropriate songs Jan and Feb.: Catholic; March APPLY AT ONC

Mrs J. C. Anthony., Founder -' and April: Methodist; May and ry steel ftniiktiyR vhitt bake\enamel Out won't crick pit/
Day chairman who arranged' June: Presbyterian; July and or pMl. Infernal jfru are tout ccSaqwr. Easy U clean.
[ OUT the program, paid tribute to the August) Baptist, Sept and Oct: Can b* area by t/.d or la easily eouuctoTto water ijnUa. r '

: past presidents; Mr*. E. A. Men- Episcopalian; Nov, and Dec. >><< Automatic them etas Bs special two-tallon All Unk. ;

MEET ME AT THE' stinger, Mrs. Edward Mapp, Mrs.' Palm City church. FrftoenGillonJi .. ..... .. .... ... .t.. 59.93 1... t ,
James Parker, Mn H. O. R m-'
bert Mrs H. H. Hlpson Mrs. L.' ELAND BAUERS HONOREDON

Victory Hotel Dicing Room W, Flke, Mr, Charles Rue, Mrs ANNIVERSARY Coleman's Home and
J. A. Jamison, Mrs A. O. Pitt-: Mr and Mrs Leland T Chisholm' Cafeteria ,
who celebrated their wedding
Come lit A Stranger .'Ci.Back A Friend man sr* Mrs. Katherine Titus, honored '
Mrs Cecla Mae,Greene, Mrs C.!, anniversary last week were Auto Supply
L. Mrs Sarah : with a surprise party at the
ue Ribbo Be /On Draft Boggess Oughter-,
i ton, and Mrs, D. 8 Hudson, Another -, St, Lucie Blvd. home of Mr, and PHONE 147 .
Enjoy A 'T Cocktail feature ,of the program,':, Mrs Stacy 8, Bauer The decorations +

t t wu the presentation of a tiered In the living room II ________i_ ._._.u_. "'
iy. Mize Des 5r' birthday cake bearing 50 candles -', were appropriate to the annl-\
rersary, and the dining room : i :
._" Senecl irhtl t Girt Scouts of Stuart !troop :, used .the St. Valentine Day. I :
motif. Quests were Mr. and Mrs a
band nlhlat
were on Tuesday ,
VICT Y AR the PTA meeting te care Walter R. Eshbach of Atlantic' .
City, Audrey and Barbara Ann ,
for small children The Scout ,
Bauer of Brldgeton, Mr. and Mrs'
\ ,or set ep a nursery at each PTA
Edson Turner, Wesley Turner,
meeting, M parents should not
MAetNEROOM slay home because 01 young of Dividing Creek, N. J., Mr and
children -r bring them along Mrs Norman Porter, !Norma
' Gerhard and put them In the care .f Judy, and Joyce Porter, formerlyof rl i e # .
ackage Good Paul Mgr. these young ladies who are Malpeshade, N. J.

making this project part .f. '., ,
their community service. DANCE TO CUMAX .-.; ,,' .; '
I N4O.. r:
l 1927, and announcement was The student co-operative government -.

P ff8 made that Mr. Harris\ ,Lower}? will sponsor a dance
sr. has been In every meeting Saturday night following the
/ ,; since then except one. final games of the Indian River 'r ,
At the business session con- Conference basketball tournament -I

ducted by Mrs, O L, Edenfield, The Civic Center will be'
: the organization voted to sponsor the scene of the affair which I' 7" d
y/iot a Olrl Scout troop and to will honor visiting player and' r ,
donate $25 to the Stuart Band the new conference champions! I
Association There will be a small admission :
Johnwlck charge i ;1 # a
8 Erwin Stuart prin- '
Every cipal cave"an Impressive progress I
Most, Wed.. l!i.. c report to the parents, Mr. and Mrs George R. Painter -! i j l lI ,
of Newark N. J., are house .r
pointing out requisites of the \\I e t tui
9145A.. Southern Association of College guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd C f f' '
and Secondary Schools which Travis In St Lucle Estates : ,+Y I
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have been compiled With duringthe
past month. He also spokeof Mr and Mrs Archie Fyfe arrived -, \ i' ;
the Initiation"of several new Thursday from Olenwood,'
projects which will eventually L, I,, to spend several \ weeks
develop Into the full counseling with his father, Mn James Fyfe,: "
And guidance which Is and Mrs. Fyfe I .

Johnwlck, aim program for local schools.' I IHALEAII RACE I C mm
ANK Following the program, the refreshment -' Evans Crary,.Jr., came from .. .

PgRKER committee, which has Bolles School to spend last week- I ,
rorhw end with his parents, Senator :
she,,. done yeoman service this year in '
sttsela'i p sn4beps.t handling the increasing crowds and Mrs. Evans Crary on Card-. I PRE ENTS ,
P.e at PTA meetings, served birthday inal Way. "
cake and coffee to the 200. people -
tiaapp.r present. Dennis Hudson, 'Jr, caine home
s from the University of Florida ,
Mrs. Jack Coleman and daughters last weekend. His birthday, Feb ,

Mary and Jacqullne and 14. was marked with a special

Karl John Krueger attended the family dinner. t {
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8t Lade County fair In Fort 'i
Senator1 and Mrs. Evans.Craryare .';
PierceSaturday.. ,
BELL B DF w ..... In Miami today, where Senator J, ... .'.'
tcRR Mr and Mrs. Frank 8. Bakerof Crary will speak to the district Saturday, D1 rc s let .

BAKERS Athena,. Ohio, are spending meeting of the state welfare I .
several. week at.Stuart Villa board. ,//II '
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,.: : 'A claesic:! of( racin rig {famous handicap Post Time, First Race 2 p.m. Daily Double +, If

rat ii (for triree-yerfoldi at one mile and close 1:45: p. m. Grandstand.$1.50,. i'a


furlong for a $50,000 added purse. Clubhouse: $3.00. No minors admitted.k ,

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I NiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikiiiiiiHinniiiiiiiiiitiin I I any' city ls In aU',eaUtJ the ear, of April JOth, at'the home ot the field and M..... CJT rot Of Kentucky : J
BOND PURCHASES FOR fall came' +\\ft) this SALES ,
IS bride parents They
JANUARY WERE $53,139 i STUARTand I eye and mouth of the businessman + "
IPRUITT and Is the most important Mils J P. wuoar and Mn ccuntry' from Kentucky: about & ttit epais,

Martin purchases of What NeedsBy George 'Osborn, sr, attended a time, 1(1)M.r .
county : it busln.es' group In the city All the same
rear savings bond during the AS SUMS ARE dinner In honor of Miss Peggy and Mrr 8. K. Lan and ,nonlh of January totalled $ KENNETH! STiMMEt.t1111111111I11111I11111I11111111I11I1111I11111I1 dues have their Chamber of McIntosh at the New Burston daughter, Mary, of Palm City, \\1
H8: 'tosue! price, according / Commerce: problems and : Hotel in Fort Pierce Friday evening called on Mn, Martha Whittle .'
HELD problems are not settled by busNneesjnen ARNOLET
cams; Announced by the 53"j JUSTIFIED the writer of this column has Sunday
1ti who fail to see ,the,
ma; Department. been following with Interest the Mr. and Mrs Over. Mr and Mn Arthur Tyler! of
power of Chamber\ of Commerce I helser of Central New !It. Lucia Boulevard Phone 142-W
St, Lucie purchases were $5 I remarks of several business men Stuart called on Mr. and Mrs.
O1;Indian River, 138.508; Okeeiolx !-, Fort Pierce Coroner' JuryIn of this county In regard to the, Every man and women In the I York and Mr. J. W. Dutton, of 0 K "Johnson Sunday

< >e. $262. The total for the/ "Self Defense" 1947 drive for finances to carryon county la a potential chamber of: Guyler, New York, left last week Mr and Mrs. L. c. Moor ot --

ale was 10.900734 ot which FindingJ the work of the Chamber of I Commerce What they say: or'do, after spending the winter here, Stuart!: called on Mr and Mrs. 0 -
8(5( .8(1(199! ( ( represented Series II 1 ...-- Commerce, remarks!!' such as "we or Mrs. J. P. Wilbat and Mrs D. Quigley Sunday.HILLBILLY ,
01 I can do more good more harm George Osborn, sr, attended the :
lids\< I Burt Pruitt, operator oo not need the Chamber ofCommerc. than a distributed leaflet It Is JAMBOREE
Pruitt' "Fish Farm," port fishIng ." "I don't like some wedding shower given In honor
; easy to say harmful things, they 1 BENEFIT CHURCHA SWAYS AAY
j of Miss Peggy McIntosh of Fort TO
who It" "I 1t does SQUEAKS
camp on the St. Luclc River ot the men run ; To utter
The Florida Times nothing for me" and such. It is repay you nothing a, Pierce al' the home of Mrs. B. 0 Hlll-Bllly' jamboree, an evenIng Cars Lubricated: ln I' MotionNO
( miles north'ot Stuart In St. good comment repays a thousand or entertainment to raise
I Luclo county was cleared ol ,cod-that' so few of the busl- fold Those few who fall to' Pank Salerno Methodist EXTRA C E
Mrs Lillian Mitchell and son money!! for the
murder cnargo by a Fort Pierce the lieu value men received had these for every views,dollar for see the'Importance of a Chamber Kendall, and Wilmer Johnson, church building fund, will be Cars Washed and WjpCit Tire RepairsWE ..

Depen L f jury The Friday coroner's Jury verdict was spent by the Chamber of understand of Commerce the power fall of to adver fully jr of Seaside .Park, New Jersey, presented at I p. m. Tuesday. CALL FOR ANtTDEUVfel; YOUR CAR [
arrived Friday to spend the rest Feb. 25 at the Salerno
Stuart that the fatal shooting on Wednesday Commerce comes back a thousand .
f rno tiJIlng.1111111111111I1111I111111I11111111I1111111111111 cents SERVICE STATIONW.
will be U ; STUART
Thoss-wmarks of the winter. Adult admission ,
J fold, were
Port ity Feb 12, of Mrs Sue D.Henderson
made who do not understand Mrs. S, D. Sever was surprisedon ,children 25 cents. G. Rein Phone
For Ho r !!' 68, Prultt mother-!!' by men 1144]
I the Issue nor do they her!! birthday (ValentinesDay Hill Billy music will be furntehed -
drop in-law and her!! son Carroll, war -
veteran was "Justifiable hpml- make any effort to examine the SALERNO NEWSBy I ) at her home by friends who by Johnny Johnson and ...
R, E.
j clde records of the Chamber of Commerce presented a beautifully decorated Shelton Baker who art
Distributor ;I MRS. O D: QUIGLEYniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiinin birthday cake and Valentines weekly over WIOD with Odell .
r Palm City The first degree murder war- :The Chamber of Commerce t + f Birthday cake, coffee and home- DeLoach and Ernest King. guitarists '
rant was Immediately
.. : after the verdict, and Pruitt was; advertises the County for the A. L Brown and son, Jim, of canned, Illinois peaches were ; Marcia McPherson, comet CLARK'S PAINF SHOP
--- --- treed benefit of all. Pompano were home Sunday served to Mn Harriet Allen, Mrs. sollst. and H D Smith: and George

CONSTIPATIONRisky Sheriff B A Brown, of t 81Luclc ., The officer of the Chamber Mrs. Mary Candler was the Rebecca 'Patterson, Mrs J. J. Plummer, vocalists OVER AAP STORE ON H STREETWe
In I County, said Prultt I con. I Commerce cannot carry the cllIlIl'rluut! / of Mr, and Mrs McCullum, Mrs 'Tillie Hulls, 'Sparkln"' a one act' play will are prepared (Oian re- any type Job

ended he shot In selfdefense.liter lead alone I Jn the fiiid of t advertising Charles Cunt'ad, .nr.. of Salerno Mrs. W L. Merrill, Mrs Minnie bo presented by Lucile Blanton,

BAD COLDS r he!!' had been attacked by out county Th peoples "!hurts Sunday'. Johnson, Mrs. O-D., Quigley, and Clara Jean McCulley, Mildred AUTOMOBimPAINTINGLET

Rrl/IOP,!, undigested. fond ,becomes I Mrs Henderson and her ton He well as the dollars they' donat-I;I' Mr and Mrs. a H Johnsonannounce Mrs Bever/" Stiller!!' and Robert D. Perry US MAKE THE OL A\LOOK LIKE NEW
I '.I dive ceases toxins which the and Mr. and Mrs W. H. Earle the from W.
engagement entertained Hypnotist
c., a HIe liver n-id other vital Dr'r charged they had once beaten fod must help There! NO JOB TOO LARffi OR TOO SMALL
,'u:'r 1r b Y... arning your re- him and threatened!! to do so a I closer cooperation between the I i approaching) marriage of theirdaughter | at dinner few of the Palm Beach will entertain for Estimates Without Obligation
I I '00.: Ih13 .. when. you can ot a family row In the fishing her of Commerce as well as I Frank Gray Simmons, son of Mr. Present were Mrs. J..J. Mc- \is amazing as well at entertalnng W. R. CLARK, Proprietor
; .Ieb,? { thoroughlyfoot I' Commission th"l' and Mrs H. W. Simmons, of SUrrt ; Cullum, Mrs, .J. B Shelton I MrsMinnie He Is really "tops" In his,
'lY! a 011 eI of camp. County
I .rel. .ping out toxinvirus- Deputy' Edgar Brown of Fort The Chamber of Commerce of The wedding will be an event! Johnson, Mrs; O Whlt-I line, and well worth seeing I III .
,,,., i
1 I' ,; fact, 10'XI. and '
Fierce said that t the coroner's
\ n : bUnl g you to Morohtacold.Noth
\ 0"'. r!'" Jury's finding and the vacatingof

\ ,.II"lOc" c coed and ol.l 25v Calotabs.at aU drunlJt.I.rr CM atit the warrant frees Pruitt of DOLLARS .& ... PATRONIZE '

any implication In the case unless -

:; ; (;AI.Ol'ABS I action l Is taken before!!' the SPENT IN HOME FIRMS
grand Jury by the State attorney l MARTIN COUNTY _

HP said then was no Indication MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU
I / such action might be .
Prultt St.
aest asani I Lufie County authorities -,
said, had been paroled

r trom prison where he was servIng -

t1tlFSAs a sentence meted! out In the Ii
i slaying In West Palm Beach I In WHEN YOU'RE THINKING OF I
/ Your Advertisement in This Directory Carries
July 193J, of Carl Wallace Pow- CONCRETE Stuart Taxi I
ell, an ex-convict. Prultt charged

j A 3 Powell his home had .attempted to breakup BL KS 'i Your Message Every Week To 1,650; Homes SERVICE .

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It would" coat you $16.50 just for postage alone to lend a, penny postcard to each of our subscribers PH E 149
RallyBy .
i I JIM .
"rte I I The number ot Insurance companies I i. .
!' in Stuart attests the wide HOME BUILDING I FRANK HALE I Buy The Best I, I CONCRETE BLOCW

I acceptance of the need for vari- See I GRANT LEEK GENERALELECTRI i I Available IsnmediaU
oust kinds of insurance. For a I ROOFINGRoof DeliverySxSxllreg.i
REALESTATE 'ee generally small enough to HIGBEE & TAXI ., s .

I be painless one can have life, ol all kinds an s 16 dose,
accident or fire Insurance or w o T H A'M SERVICE I Re I REFRICERA N APplianc B z e : 6 ER

il whatever suits the need. I I ; i AN Kitchen, dry. B 12 : reg.

I : No reader will dispute the use General or tin g Phone 9154 I General Delivej tuart I Cabinets a a mall REINFOR STEEL
Itr fulnass! of this device aimed at and Re I 404 Color.jf XV ELECTR1/SERVIC( appliane Ra RIN 1P.

paying for emergencies before I 0. Bo 2 I 1 Phone 9141 Tnd Lei a MARTI P net 748Phan

I eJ' .hey happen. Much suffering Is 44- Parties of 5 to Stuart Message STUART F1IONS al. COUNTY 314 S. 3rd St.
"fi. ,, ELECTRIC
voided and the attendant I
embarrassment Writ. P O KM III I
Fort Pierce
Beach Phone
Bathing $2 $1
I and effort of collecting __ ,__ ___
money from friends and

;4a Investnwnts relatives! In times of dire need I PITCHFORD'SCAMR -- -" u__ --r

t are minimized. SUNRAY

f, Sales and L (tings Through. eufflclent However attention we have not to given what JALOUSIES 'i Jensen Hdwe. BATEMAN

\ out Miftin County happens Immediately after the I Uncle Billy sez. RE
R[ .
W. B. vALUL TO lUR HOME OSINSTALLING I Cotta !a Boats (E..I..I.. _..... TR EM
TILTON Many Insurance claims are BUxINE33 ewvn h rwwr r THEY CONSTRUr!
WHOLE3AU LTAIL andk.In II............ .....161N./.
!l I paid needlessly, because In those SUNRA/ BUTTERS
tt 4'} Krueger Building first critical moments following atiuJca stiNyTTED J THAN
in accident many of the victims Bait Sale When pap was alive and I wer, HAVE IT.
I it, PHONE 161 Suf{ ay ShuttV I GRADING
bleed to death, there being no "roductsW I JENSEN BEACH a boy th' family circles wer1

Q/.J!,. Home Phone 1S8-M ;ne near by with the know-how I AT COUNTY BRIDGE I 10 happy te have UTtMATU *UMITTt
to Hop the flow of blood. Obviously C ARMOR.P, 0. BOX MS I- 1 good health and ensen Beach
tt '_.... --. P, O. ... ISM (..... Rweb / I
--- then -- coin
--- our need!!' 1.1 to continue te enjoy those thing eked
our good habit of being -
# ths'r pappy The wer'n't M __
Insured Investing a few,noun __. _'_
ol: our time In I learning first aid HAVE YOU TIN I I wrecks of an automobile th': COMPLETE

This coming April the Martin YO yenngsten did not fill th' Jails, Electric and Refrigera Docks f
STUART County Red Cross, continuing !r lion SERVICE
Its service In peace a* well as CON B ON cot P&m they seldom wee known from Ne Job Tlo 1+rge 'Or- w S

SINCE In war will furnish a teacher and then to steal se th' papers TeoWttl I
i 1918I supplies for first aid stations to Boa Guess
those U. O, wet' free of such tales! HOHH'SOUND
who qualify as first aldrs I 1
: T / V Thee wer'n't'n. places fer moth., ELfZCTRlC CO. AU Of Marine

The Importance of this public The Place Where er to lurk, while tht'r children I Ce m ties
MRS. OYD AVi3 Day Phone.
: service!! can be gathered by wee home In Ivan IOr
wartime er Friends Meet r ear the> Hob. Sound 3271 a Y
id +'ieeiallxeV statistics which listed more 7
I civilian casualties from accidents I OSCIOLA AVE motherly' duties te ahamelesslyshirk Nrte Phone p. aTHONE 474
I. _.. _
as they '
te than military casualties! from ptronhe4 wide- ,_ Stuart 185-J 104J
enemy fire. -- open kars! Th' mothers ef old -
state -
So when Mr. Zubra. first aid I 0 musts ;workd twice as hard -
Web a* -- _
Ord -- _
.. I --=-= "
th' -
NS I and water safety Instructor, of way I SMITHS I pops so mothers lode", but they never let down their .ateatalguard

Southeastern Area Offfce of the Motors In order to get likker-gayt"* Lance Brothers Stuart
American lied
formation Cross arrives In
Stuart In April It will behooveus AUTHORIZED DfALlR FOftSERVICE I Lee .non,.. Our modern method. hoe greatly/ Improved, bat chancier .lea
Restaupgfft AutoCat
Real Estate InsuranceWrite to get!! Into one of his classes. R D see not kepi th* pace even th' Gercrament. N most be "aleII'"

or Beg SODA I has reason te cover Its face! To cooraooD
NAVY RECRUITER TO BE SALE D get te pay its large bill PI A pion Mod gas ,

JOHN E. TAYLOR HEal EACH WEDNESDAYA D IIrrl k taxes th' !leer, th' whiskey, and gin, and THEM BLANDLY ask F &ally Andader

Oweola BId,. Phone 1K1 V 8. Navy recruiting Representative WREdtER BODY RIPAIRS ERVICE Th. F sadly t I why Its jaili quickly fill, with FOLKS WHO SHOULD_ NEVER BE INI K &* NORTH OrtTUAJlT eve a atAV W t
will be at the Stuart ae Open
STUART post office tach Wednesday to PHONE flU Post Office Arcade I days a week l ALL CONVlNICNCfS

confer with local applicants I IL SMITH. Orr. IJ J J A.- Closed'Daily BLAIR and BAKES J
Cd p. m. to S m.
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3 Mile South o U : LET US
got Fed. Hi-Way sly TIRE Where Economy Rules"tad Gin pt Heat
b Excel t a4 Akren YN Car e r Track aLAasoROrlBHOME
AC Ts IMp al our ..Market Check Uo, NIWCUMV
t PLATE LUNCH! SANDWICHES Duw/rrr rigs ikon REC G of. upu c
> Beer Wine ADS 1uee Pon DutL'
t and t Drinks porting Mea
UNDER) DIRacrl do. 9-J er ,g gaap

1 j Open 7A.M. to 3(00A.M. L. C. CLEMENTS He RJR dqua STUART W h RtiCAlr tip l5ellvor Y1Ci Co rte. rviee Staled Oil _

C. L. Dunning; Owner rtDUAL MI-WAT I era For J. R. POKIROT, CO-0400 e4 MIf i''u *4Fi.b.rm ....,'.... .
As .. tit
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t t.As aaANitle Joe Brooks -

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gl.sMg IIIHHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIII. IMPRESSIVE FLORIDA EXHIBIT, and George Sawyer Leonard of the celebration on March B to -- rp. >> .
rlltaclk' ,NEWS OF' Tltusvllle mark the! opening of the Florida T' WIM AND MOrttlM Of IOINKosS I. l ,

Key Mrs. Clark left Ithaca, her East Coast cutoff line This Invitation t L'c' o I li '
MAM Peggy Indian River Drive ,
home town by.! plane last month
extended to Okee- '
and Miss was Is'-d* 'd.a..el week .i N.rsadolA.WHO'S .
Kopplus ;
Itary for her visit here Arriving In
I t'I
By VIVA CLARKniinmimiiiiiimiiiiiiciiiiiimiiiiiiiii: chobee Lake veterans at a meet- Al. ,
its Washington the plane was ,,..
I t i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 grounded on account of Incle- ing held last Wednesday nightIn ease CwOrJ AYMMWaterfront gee F.t.nlwl, F1.. ( '

MRS. B. C. GARDNER ment "weather, Not getting the Legion hall I I'I
Fort Planes, Ida WINS ACCLAIM OF desired Information on when -- 1 ,I i l I : ,
PARAMOUNT NEWS REEL Miss Bernice Ftlllngham who
Phone 7REDERiC she could leave she returned 1
PORTER Mn H. C, Gardner will soon home to await more favorable has been confined to' her room.t I
Foot S WtSunrise be known the world over as a conditions but this time made Blue Heaven of Eden with Properties ,

R designer, with serious and beau- the trip by rail bronchitis turnl.'d to her duties '
the Indian and St LUcie and Robe Sound. *
Along riven,
ea ldg. tiful, Intent, of shell dolls Para- Dr. and Mrs L. M. Perry and at the! Stuart Marine Works, t tew r
mount News Reel with a desireto Mrs. Perry sister, Mrs Lewis\ Ocean Frontage
Include! in its selection not from Plkevllle, Ky., have taken Monday ; I

ROTARY only persons of distinction but tIs one of the newly appointed Mt, and Mrs, Joseph WorthIngton "fir II'"I'r' 1
In' addition to open doors of opportunity apartments of the Leland. 'Hub- ) i#
S N., aa.aa to talented persons bards In Walton. have purchased a riverfront < = a I y
hat selected Mrs Gardners Mr. and Mrs E. B. Conant from lot from Mr and Mrs JohnRoenbPCk I o t" I' j !f fT fo fy

e,. croon M handiwork as something outstanding Chicago have arrived In Walton In Ankona and a homeIs 1 I' 7
PIGS I... and among! the most to enjoy the peak of the winter already under? conlltructtun'j o I
beautiful. Her demonstrated season and with,, Mr, and Mrs Contractors are ,
f ability along this line hai won C H. Conant who have been Worlliain of Stuart:
great acclaim to honor by Para established in their winter home j '
mount News, they taking pictures y in Walton since an cailler date i Mr, and Mrs viand Hubbaitlai i'i !
of her creations that will are enjoying fishing and other Walton had as dlnl\ bridge
be shown on the' screen In the sports available In this section guests: Saturday evening Mrs
near future. I Viva C Roat and Raymond Hub-I eWM ,.j.jI .jt
>FW TO ENTERTAIN bard from Middletovn, Conn t it
1 These dolls are made from the
smallest] shells: each shell piCk. GUESTSMembers I -
;; ;athere
of Veterans of Foreign : In South are 1
ed for human resemblance even
WHE$ A LOSS OCi i Wars of which many members trees known ascow trees" I
to the that
gowns worn not only
CUES, sad You Have express present day but period reside along the Drive are I which when pierced, yield I
Inviting the Belle Glade, Pa- rich milky nutritious Juice In 1
It O* A nyjesMr tr
Insurance iiokee and Clewlston membersto : such abundance as to render It
Mich P/asans and Mrs.. Gardner 4 have join them In Fort Pierce for\ an Important article of food. I
recently taken the Backus apartment and
Ail q Fi or id M o t th s New York Wnpld' Fait greeted frail
Feelln It how It In Walton where MM j.I-'S;; : ; 1 rr
veginjile.fnen,; at their convention In recently as 4 4cr 4i
Will LOCAL Gardner Is planning again to hostess of the Vernon E. Ramsey exhibit which was designed by I "LISTEN" : i:

AGZNCY, .Ike Y.u open a Gift shop., Earl: W. Brown to portray the .late'n fruit and "ret.abl.i Industry.ncsday to WIRA cr t ,
.. I
Wrs1 Walton 1400 ON YOUR DIAL r,n
KNOW: 54. Minnie Taylor of o 1
tend the Settlement. has as house-guest Mrs Mary of Dumond Merwin and 1 I den: Sunday evening) Monday 8:45.8:00 A. M. "Strictly Personal" n '
Casey of New York. Arthur Phillips. Mr and Mrs' Mr. Edason accompanied their Monday and Wednesday j I

See U., owl Mr. and Mrs .Let Anangell Merritt, recently returned froma house guest, Mrs Helen Kelley Presented by Stuart Hotel, LaPomtes Jewelry, I : 2a: '
For misname. 0 All from Vineland N J.. have taken plane trip to Europe, had from Flushing. L. I. to Palm Magdalena Maloney, Alderman's Bakery I I
year round, residence In the Mar- showing of moving pictures a.I Beach where she made reservation I II =
Kinds, Ih30 t to 11)45 "Calling I Martin County"News
tin apartment, Walton. Mr. An- their travels to which the by plan for her' return. and Notes from "Home" i tl
lawn colony were Invited This home next week. H
tngell is connected with Harry
SilS to 5)30) Monday, Wedne ay, Thursday, Friday I
followed by esJiitnls\
ED MAPP Segerstroms Plumbing businessIn Mrs E. H LeTourneau, Eden "Crosby Sri" I
Jensen Beach Arthur Phillips was in U in Savannah, Oa., having been -
Every Kind .f Presented by Rowell Furni r a, Little Jewelry
Beach Monday having called there by illness of her
Insurant Edenlawn meet his sister, Mrs N. D.Palm. mother Shoppe. The 5115 Blue to 5:30 Goose ,days Icy Motor Co. //istlngs of Improved and Unimproved Properties ..6

Piton. Ig P.O. Arcade Mr, and MrsR>* *,
Chicago winter guests at Palm Chicago at Morrison Field. itturned last week to their home a I
a few visit with her mother, Presented by B bogaat ACREAGE1 1RANCHES
Beach were dinner guests Wed- Jar I kt Middle Bass Ohioafter; a '
Mrs. Phillips In West Palm number of weeks spent at the EVERY DA ALL Y ITS Sewall Point River-to-River Properties ,
Beach, together; they will motor I K. IL Burggraf home' Blue and
WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF hereOn. Heaven of Eden, in Eden. Mr, IRA Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites

JELLY AND MARMALADESMANY Tuesday evening atan:1: BreU Is a'cousin of Mr. Burg
NEW NOV TIES o clock Dumond Merwln graf On Your Dial C. B. ARBOGAST
Arthur Phillips entertained with For i\M\ Best In Entertainment
Among those that make up
WE ALSO SH/ FRUIT a beautifully appointed dinner II the I roster of winter guests in T. G. Schrf kengost, Martin County Rep. Real Estate WATERFRONT, PROPERTIES Insurance t
AtYWrVRE their guests being Mr, and Mrs Walton are Mr. and Mn. Arthur Phone 126-W
Merritt Paulson ,Palm Beach,; Gifford from Meridian; Miss, .
Ed's Fruit Shop Mr. and Mrs Juhn U. Mennln- who arrived last week Mr. Git-
aflJfNovelty I pert; Stuart; Mrs. N, D McCue ford lived here as a boy. His J

GARLAND Et flCELD| Owner Chicago and Mrs H, A. Phillips parents being early settlers during -

Corner 2nd St. -/At Federal Highway West Palm Beach. the pineapple, plantation :
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tuttle, days 1.:1

uncle and aunt of) Victor Conk- Harry H, Chllds. Jr., from New Z PONTIAJ
lln''and ..recentarrival* at Eden- .
York: who cam down for a"visit : ,
dawiftrunrMo.urovla, Cat, were with his mother Mrs. H. E i 1 fl
,OWERS For All OCCASIONS hosts for an oyster dinner Sunday Chllds wintering Palm Beach
their: guests being Mr. and spent a number of days at their -

JQUETS'.> CORSAGES&- CUT' FLOWERS Mrs Victor Conklin, Arthur Walton home before returningto fine made finer ,
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTSDOMESTIC Phillips and Dumond Merwln his field of business In New A enr :
I Mr and Mrs. Victor Conklin York last week. I

,i and IMPACTED CERAMICS are leaving Thursday for Jacksonville Joining the Drive colony are !
where they meet-Jack Mr and Mrs. Lyle Hubbard and
:t. MITH'S FLORA/ GIFT SHOPWE Leaf from. Santa Monica! Cal, their teen-age daughter, Virginia 4)) f I'
WIR andboard the 8. S New Northland already enrolled in the ,
gTLOWHftS a'e
for a ten cruise to the White City school, The familyare II' '
Arcade Bldg,. 5th St., FU Pierce \ Phone 310-J Bahamas and Cuba, Returning from' Brooklyn where Mr. r--t I, I II I
they will motor down with Mr, Hubbard was swimming Instruc- Idto
-, Lear who will spend a vacationat tor In the St. Charles Hotel F a'

Edcnla'n. have the old :"
They purchased I
Mr, and Mrs* .Harvey Merwln Front property In Ankona and ,
SEND, > IT TO THE were dinner guests ol Dr and already started construction of I
Mrs Casa Collier Saturday evening -
a home. At present they are located r ,
LAUNDRYPhone ThU In celebration of Dr on the John Conway property I .
Collier birthday Others around in a cottage recently vocat- 1 j Yt- :
the table were their daughter, ed by the COnwt,.'now estab- t't t
'287 Miss Peggy Collier and her houseguest lished In their new home.

Miss Mary Kopplus from John Roenbeck from Hempstead : 1 K
Lexington, Ky
L. concluded
lot hag a
AND Visiting Edenlawn last weekend visit to his father, John Roen- !'*
& were Mrs. C. E. Odom and beck and Mrs Roenbeck in An- I
WE WILL PI from Fort Pierce and Miami for ( I
Delray a stay A pNtra/Ger.nf/ Marc
YeuMkui y Edgar K. Martin arrived Monday prior returning to his hometown 1 i1
from Flqua, Ohio, joining t
ECONOMICAL Mr*, Martin at their home in Mr, and Mrs Arthur Johnston I
... Walton After a week's vacation Orlando, were week end visitors 47 '
LAUNDRY sPEOPLE'S CES here he will be accompanied by ol Mr. Johnston's parents, Mr. Here's for
Mrs Martin to their' home in and Mrs. Rubeb T. Johnston of oiirjMcture ''h heHes
the north Walton

LAUNDRY I Mr 'and Mn: Maurey Addler Mrs. Donald Clark,' the former W
Dr. Charles Sidenler, 'Benton Mary Eethel Lennard.;arrived
Harbor, Mich., and 9. C, Barrier, Tuesday for a visit to her par W* are proud to present f,| l94 Tne finest car Pontiac again offers two outstanding series in l
Phone 287 Concord, .Mich., were cocktail gold, Mr. and Mrs W H. Len Pontiac has ever produced. JF ten body types. The Streamliner is on the 1J22- I lip

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--.. FBI STUART NEWS STCART Martin Count, FLORIDA, tJRS1)itIII:': Y' '
'AuE TEN :
waterway enters the CaI oaaha'chet yet''td ?.

I Walty, who operated a successful GANALLOCKS TO ,Canal: R'.,tm ..t, \

Long Island! fishing lodge. Seeing is Believiilg Ortona Lock. on 'Caloosahatehe -' week that tht4'I4esp1, .. I'

FISHINGIN says "I think Martin county: baa Canal. W J waterway miles !e4 with the Ml day, i"m,

II the some South of the, but finest 1 do believe shooting! that In REINDEER BLINK.., PEPUUPONpujjnf west of Moore paver) tock and set flint one with week the kindto an list' Poppy avoid j

there should be IN| BLINKING THE LOWER 41 waterway\ miles east of Fort 33 Volunteer
placebo hunting i
People re.trlctlon'l / + EVE CPA ReiNPEeR. 'Iff 18rKOWWQASI$ Myers. throughout th*..county are itlnulng
Lucie y. Uf4) a house-to-houst
St. Region / HUMANS, THE UPPf* i
fied with, more e DOES MPSTOr'RfW DAY NETS tatlon (Of' donations in.
also" With his wife he caught I II TAG
TW TRUA SPORTSMAN IS GUARDIAN OF A'UUL HESCMWCMYou I three sails on a December trip' Nw Pi, S Fprt $15.000,quota to covet tin 'j
j j
frfnr J""J e ", deficit of the hospital uia LShackelfort
to the Quit Stream with Cap
'11 have to look on the causes plenty of confusion In $ N'pwt' .drive chalrnwj
Earl Dare. Lda1talg r $$298 FOR DRIVE
tournaments. I
front page Of elsewhere/ thIs| week Florida fishing quested that anyone wig!

to find out ho*" \the\\ ftohltt! *,think the fish la the false albacore Capt Ed Flemmlnj has put anew INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS .t\aIu\ j} lock!.on the!! stu- not been contacted' may

since I've,just gotten back Into but it would. probably be type" craft on the st. Lucie IN A LARGE PLANT SURVEY ,-rprt MJIr!! ,atet"Fay will FOR checks to her or to the 1 b
circulation after three or tout more 'popularly accepted as I DISCLOSED.) WERE CHIEFLY eihmlnl HOSPITAL treasurer, D. 8. Hudson.STUAR1 .
seeks chasing flu bugs 'Florida bonito' a, 23'j-foot Oarv y-type shelt- AMONG WORKERS WITH gq 11HRJlr\ \ } !! hie\ l

I I know that I missed some [ We have a fish down at St. er-cabin river cruiser, fully NEGLECTED VISION, Irplf.\ \ 1'f. whan\ they r wW \be op-
equipped\ for river and Inlet fishIng REPORTS THE BETTER from 6 a. m.0 10 w..rt.l. DR
and Mrs.
wonderful fishing because Ray ,Lucle Inlet that all of us call the cratet) only Mrs.Oeorge Bteelman
Camp of the New Yolk Times "spot." And some even go so tar and for sight-seeing Built I VISION INSTITUTE. "_.. |p. in, Instead!! of 01a 34,.}hout H. M. Klelfeld, chairmen of last Quick $e P. W try

ana Ray Trutlliwr of the World u to call 'em Norfolk spots l ot Honduras! mahogany throughout basis, according to announce- Saturdays tag day for the Mar- pleas you.' I at
and powered with a Chrysler ment by Maor plug Nemeth of fund raising W. 6th St. Box 1
of \ tin County Hospital
Telegram both told m* I that they but they re listed as a type *.
had "fair to inlddlln luck in I porgy \in the scientific fish books, Ace, the new."Ploneef' was' the U 8. Engineer!! Pept. at Jack-! drive, repo rted that $298.55 has 'Stu loridaST

the Stream You know, one or and the Norfolk spot Is the name a labor of love oft Ed's part, He'' sonville. been turned In from the tag contributions T, ONES
worked on It for over a year and j "W ka .* will not$ be made at i
I two sailfish per day' none glyen what we tall the mazooka ) with some warkers
It was a pround occasion when It other bouts,t said Major! Nemeth .
staff which made p -
of that wildfire (
call It chlro
Slipped off the ways on Jan. 27.1 I 'Thpsf desiring to utilise .. -
Stuart reputation Ho-hum Keys-but we wouldn't know With a 7Vj-foot beam, the "Pioneer : their U'
r show me any other place In Florida that they are talking about ladyfish the locks: should\ arrange j..f40A Ir
t has a large cockpit. Is schedules accordingly! ,
when the boats consistently at St. Lucie Inlet or I
steady and fast making 25 to i the three! lock* on
i out "Ret their twoa I Her {ore
po \and one or I hat the robalo Is our snookYesslr
!0 miles per hour. This type pf affected I by SLEVPJfUMBING :
the rqutp, which ar .
day Anyhow although I didn't t we've got a Job on our ENGLISH BUZZARDHAS \ ,
the Eastern N
!craft is popular on
get !to. fish with the two Ray*. the 1 the route: 1
hands,,we members of Find REMARKABLE "
I not their columns' lay The Correct Name of That Fish seaboard bays and rivers becauseof i EYES. ABOUT THE SIZE 1 SHwc$ { |l.J-pc i and\ Dan! ?, on the .-+ ::
j and
: tYY Ilevt'l\ steady riding ;'
151 waterway .
through vliiUanl EYES THEY 8t -acts| panal ;"' f
Committee, and unless I am bad- N ...
Bureau Chief. LI. Ctoldr. R. MMunroo I II' mistaken It id going to lake us qualities when there a choppy HAVE DOUBLE THE miles west Pf the junction of /
Gulf dock I
!surface Based at the VISUAL. ACUITY. the waterway with the Intra-
former flshlltllllor\ |Mime 20 years to !really do a the craft will be used for charter coastal Waterway from Jacksonville PROMP EFFi NT SERVICE t
ol the Miami Dally I New, who,
!| bang-up job lor river and Inlet fishing!. and Stuart.Moore AL ORK G MINTEED
finds, time I to help out a'nat with I "Ot NEARLY EVERYONE to Miami, near

the! shears even though his present I Cap Bill Gray is based at t rightseeing.Capt., HAS SOME DEGREE W Haven' Lock, on west Phone

task I In keeping tab on all I the Flshnhol for a period while Frank Swift of Tltus BULLETIN OP, THE A shore of Lake Okeechobee ""here .-
the marine news from Puerto :-
|collecting specimens for
title has put a new cruise boat HEALTH
Rico to Ol'cllnlalld'lIIhead of the' land at St. Augustine. The fifth In operation between that city t + n OF NEW YORK CITY.s
Coast Guard public relations caught In the neighborhood of + ASTIGMATISM IS IRREGULARrTT
and fort Myers with regular I
office al 42 Broadway, New York. St LucIe Inlet are transportedby j Of THE EYE'S CORNEA OR LENS. ,
weekly stops at Stuart to pick up j
tanK truck to the
who desire to make
See by the papers that I have aquarium. To date a numberof passengers
the! run to Fort Myers or Titus : GLOSSER BACK
been named on a Florida Out- I large Jewflsh have been sent ROY SALE
ooor Writers committee to designate I i.p and a good many small tropical I
wet k. and It Is our understanding I I
the proper names of fishes Qlosser! of Wllllamsport,
that t the weeks cruise Including
hall water fish Wo Mire have a I I Pa.. who has 23 sailfish to his
three meals I per day Is available
nice Job on hand if GUI object Is Ralph Walty of New Suffolk C. 'credit
I + at $76. during winter visits here
to really clear up con fusion I IL I.. a friend of Jim Hurley o for the last 18 Is back to At Location MurphyHOBE
I years. Camp
For Instance the classic caw' :dropped in \
Monday to "say hello .j ,
that needs clearing up right off and !to. tell about the mar- The recent heavy rain which % STATE :raise his sail ante. His party Is
flooded ditches resulted in .some staying at the Rice hotel for a
the bat is the Florida bonito I '
quail shooting he enjoyed extra choice bream fishing at !month and Includes! Dr, Chanter 'SOUND F
,, Jt Aa
This 1 Is
critter not he al or here this winter in ,
company of South ; 4"20 I Bardole, and
jersey bonito' and certain! with Dr. Talmadge Wilson Mr. the headquarters Fork Floridians/ per cent Oeorge Myers Ralph w t
Ind Kitchlng Creek, Informantswho !Vogel, all of Wllllantsport
more federal taxes last year than
have been able to get Into
the backwoods sections tell us. In 1944. Measured In terms of Only a remnant of the original USED LUMBER; and

f o the states economy last year'atax I forests of the East remains, and
Have A DeliciousCOCKTAIL Black bass addicts have just bill exceeded the past season nearly half ot the virgin forests

I I 8 more days in which, to toss 's packed Value of fruits and BUILDING MATERIALS

plugs and pork rinds at the big- I vegetables by 30 millions of dollars -

I mouths. The season will officially and was four times the
close on March 1 for 30 value of the basic forest products D_ FIXED PRICESSALE

Ir frofi Our days not extending into April Industry In the state. the research o .. .. MARCH 3, 4, 1 5, 1947-Certifies** Holders & HH Certifien
r this year.IMOOS and Industrial division of L MARCH 6, 1947-FIDERAL AGENCIES 1

I the Florida State Chamber of rNO TIMC OR CASH WC MARCH 7,1 10. 11, If 47-VETERANS HOLDING WAA CERTIFICATES

( ARs INITIATIONSET Commerce stared: yesterday In EVER WASTE00 fit. l H A T E C MARCH 12, 1947-RFC FOR RESALE TO SMALL BUSINESS"
Its business
weekly review I fj j *|
Reports'for calendar MOTTO 1 $ MARCH 13. 1947-STATE t LOCAL GOVERNMENTS{
'' P pared By tFn 1\946, show "that a !total. of $397,. r MARCH 17 1947 '
tow ry l'o' .......... ;1 198.564 was paid Into!. the federal AND HASTE, ,1' -COMMERCIAL BUYERS.

Ill. TOMMYLUNCH ,treasury by Individuals and corporatlons SALE HOJJRS: joint initiation of Moose
: candidates from Stuart, Fort In Florida In all types 9 4- -L'to' 3 PJM Daily on TaI U. S. Highway i 1.qt" 1.

/ Pierce and Vero Beach will be of States taxes government.Imposed by This the amount United "." ".'!; Shown: Above, location: 20 Miles fc. ol Wes

an INNER held under direction of the Stu- li 1.11 per cent above the 1945j j Palm} Poach Main: gate
art lodge at the
.r.Y Served In Community volume Nationally I collections
I"" OurGrill house In Vero Beach at 8 o'clock : I'
II TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD Tuesday night Feb. 25 dropped 1945. 11 per cent In 1946 from I Used Materials For Sole

Present will be national and
Prepared Arjjrjy "The
By Tcimas federal tax rate during
Plate dignitaries of the
"Nuf-Sfd" fraternal the past three years remained !l LUMBER -- Boards, dimension lumber and small timbers
group including leo W. Ryan. f gun-
: (fairly constant. This fact"
emphasizes -
Bradford Pa.. dom widths and lengths. bd. ft
ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DF Kt Supreme Governor the Florida Increase,f Approximately 2,000,000

WITH YOUR MEALTOMMY'S George S a Keel Deputy pointing clearly to the expansionof ALSO The following listed types of materials from approximately
I Supreme Governor, and Ralph
,! S, Campbell of Miami, regional business In the state and the 200 buildings: /
BAT* and RILL growth in the dollar volume of I
director. income !to. Individual Floridians MQ1WORK-'Window sash inf de & outside doors

[If. PACKAGE GOODS Local candidates: are requested since war's end. I cabinet > rs, screen doo
to meet at Stuart Service Sta-
ICE COLD BEER BY THE CASE tion \ th'Last year' the proportion of I ELECTRIC House wiring./eceptacles, switches
opposite The
Stuart Newsat
6:15 next Tuesday evening\ national total Internal revenue (toggle d pull chain), ht fixtures, and other

=====-= ------ collections paid In Florida I nflsteria .
reached one per refit indicating PLUMBING
: I --1 1t the states i HEA'TriGvatories.( urinals, water
strengthening voiceIn
the economy of the nation. REALESTATE closets, lives, sinks c/d sink traps, galranUed
: RADIOSTable previous to 1946 Floridians paid pipe, fa cats, soil J pe and #fittings. heating}

I less than one per cent of the national stovos a furnace and other items;

J annual total. MIS >US -rfrigerators, fire extinguish-

: Models the"By total principal collections classifications In Florida lens, mess all bches, and tables, racks, eta

r N, o KK' u t ,f showed: Individual Jncome taxes 'N
: ? (normal and surtaxes) $172458 CEAs
RCA VICTOR Props ies of 1 kinds
I II 850, withheld on sauries and I.d.&W t v a. d .. fol. D.N., w a. ,, '

I WESTIN OUSE I' wages ((20 per cent) $79273663. ; for.. C111.ad- .rrtla..hr.d., Na..d.rpolN aw % w..la lids Msi" dr.r .Uw ..

corporation taxes (normal surtax

F/ and excess profits) $71691
RNSWORT Also're and insurance
A ,..Hass Y w wM Mid. .. ,,
781; miscellaneous taxes, $58- to a W. w. w\IM r a. 0.1-d .raWs
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J EMERSON 178238 and employment taxes, r Dw. a,. IN 1 M IM t..bre Mn T .Mda.dlr Orr AA.W."dre r.
.w. a... w W w s AS wr,4d r SAVul w ad .a
rw to
$$19395933. r NNn
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'1 r General Elect 'c, Spar/ nand Crosley I Tallahassee, tf r. Boyd, Tallahassee has been Realtor r souks. sods. r win tr. IMP-4 O."itim go WS, vi

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POCKET SIZE Park Service. Dr Boyd recently P. O, Arcade ]BI w. 1..dub.NTr ./ MMWsa
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t SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STQ \RT I visit Monday's Mri. Garden Leach and Club to meeting.attend II I ,"1 \. 'I ''j','j i i" ,.

COL. E.: L. JOHNSON I Army 0-45 plane which he was HEADS 1847 LOCAL RED CROSS DRIVEs I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Swingle I Mrs. Nathanlet(Hammona, Mrt.K. LOYAL SE ER OP 1 i' t'' ,,!I t's

I ,KILLED JOT CRASH i piloting crafted at Cleveland t -s s ,,. hunt )have In their guest house/ ,1B. Johnson, and N,.. J. t>>. i.ooca aeE r. +M.IC awM f
Col. E.: L. :Johnson, national The colonel was a personal friendof M.,1rti for the season Mr. and Mrs. 0. B.' Harper, of Etowah, Term. were .WEDNESDAYSMOWTH jl '
L+ Sn yet commander of the Civilian Air I II Col! Zack Moseley and Major Moore of Bedmlnster! N. J. Mrs. house guests overnight Mondayof seed n. Nall 1 '. d
I Patrol who Mrs. WUlaford R. Leach. The 1 '.
itaatl; l lrb.ae recently visited Stuart i iI Bert Krueger who entertained Moore is Mr Swlnglehurst's sis Rtaar Fla. L. ,
I visitors came up from Miami to II i
on an Jnsjwctton him during his visits4. to Stuart ter. '
i1i-i aviation facilities, kW.d .... .
was and with whom he war picture \ :
Sunday whel\ a twin-engined on the front page1 of the Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Irving Small. KITCHEN1\1 '

tows this fall. wood of Syracuse N. Y., were THE DUTCH 't ';
r rI r guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. :
ARE ENTERTAINED guests en Sunday were Mr. and
HOUSE WIRING Mri Eleanora Panic and hersoninlaw \Mrs. Bert Reddington, also of ''I +;, 'II I ,'

APf UANCt I /AIRS and Daughter, Mr. L Syracuse.Mr. Smallwood and Mr. I To tine people of Martin Cou who have patron- I ,I1 'r.'
and Mri Harry Orr. J Jr.( wen Reddington are former business ized and recommended r establishments as I ,
Free Pick-upVid elivery ServiceIhristophefEjectric hosts Sunday evening In their associates. of Mr. Fischer. I
Fort Pierce home for an informal .: -, THE PLA TO EAT
buffet supper, when they entertained Rep. and Mrs.. Marvin H. Row-
Shop I a group of relative ell spent several days last weekIn Krueger Bldr. C. H. Storer, Mgr, ,

who were In Fort Pierce for the Tallahassee and Perry on a j
2b Osceola St.. Phone.,11MS2-M Osborn-Mclntosh wedding Sunday business trip. IL.nl..s ill I 1
afternoon. Mr*. Pank U the -I- (
aunt ol the brfdegroom. GeorgeB. I ... Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Dun- e- I t"j ,1',1'r ''
O.tborn, jr., of Salerno. : .:"f.l; ham will stop this week end with Rom.wHere'I sitwJoe'Marsh: '
DO-NUTS The house wu arranged with ... Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Smalleyof ;-- .. !" ;' ,
gladioli and buddlela and supper St. Lucie Crescent. The visitors .
y Tasty, Delicious was served from an attractively S are enroute to their home In Where Cissy Spent '

Try Sole f With Your appointed table. South Carver Mass., from Fort .' I I
In the party were Mr.and Mri. 1ii Lauderdale ; Her Honeymoon }
,f ning, CoffeeS George B. Osborn, at., and Mr. -C- ,
and Mri. J. C. Wllbar of Salerno Mr., and Mr*. A. E, Detweller
CAkES. ROLLS Mrs. J. A. Harvey of WUIlston, arrived Monday from Louisville Mart of the yeung ewtyweee l lour i. and e pt for occasional visits to '
Baked Daily Mrs. T. J. DeSha of Jacksonville, Ky.for several weeks) at the Stu- town spend their boney.scs, the Garden Tavern for a flats ot ,
Mr,and Mrs.,Charles Longbot- art Villa at RonnArtone Lake' *. bso. *r they stayed at home,getting t
Handy-Pantry fystry tom of Sebrlng Mr and Mrs. Falls; why the Martini evert ent d I to married bliss. I I I'I
Shop 8. P Longbo'.tom and daughter, u far an New Turk CHy. My slur.. prefers traveling-.. '

ever Bldg. Akron A 2nd St. Lynn, of Avon Park, Mr. and Samuel W. Traylor of Fort Sewall who has again accepted C010 Sift when Clsty Cupper mar sad that's her right But from i! I
Mrs. Robert Long-bottom and chairmanship: of Martin County's annual Red Crow; drive. Mrs. the younr- Carter boy, they where I 'ail. there's no plan {
son, Robert, Jr., of Stuart. Traylor will head U,. 1947 campaign to raise HMO, which will lowed as how they were gj| better fee a I meymooa-et served I i
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY be launched here Monday, March !. SUFFER S spend their honeymoon rie eras hs.eywee.-than right at home 'I 1
MRS. LEON JONES TheJe'i so place Hpr than (Ith year ova posaeMlona, good i
...Ft. Correct Craft Run-A-Bout HONORED WITH SHOWER: 666 TARTS fUEF INT our toW,* Claey nj rta4 M h i eeekjng,sad a friendly glass \ I / '
Mri. H. B. Swlnglehurst and SECONDS married at home.of bV two-wilk the beat com. ilI il\j '
115 n.p. Cryefer Crown Engine Peggy Mcintosh Becomes Bride of I like to start we the world. y I
Mrs. hostesses Bud I if soete." N
Doubles Plank Hondous Maftogany Herbert Thayer were I eN tom,., e.e.. with things and re I I { a
U-Ft. Boata with 10'h. .,Air C fd Tuesday evening at a stork ere, roe wM,... A, .hp Halts sense,come to think ot It. lJt d
Engine eon rN Tr AAII ,
shower honoring Mrs. Leon L. G. W. Osborn Jr. of SalernoWhite Folks naturally left then alonej 1f. S,
Jones. The party wu held In the (/

1 HUDGINSjJuT CO. recreation rooms of the Methodist b ?A, tlr onbr CoprrffH I9n.VnM" Stain tnwm FuuJaion "
Afrw'f.4 '
church, which were decorated gladioli with palms and Salerno; Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1i
) - --- ----
D. P. HndiiV .
with flowers and shrubbery.The '. fern formed the background in Longbottom and sort, Robert Jr., --- .., :
.- Mile N. St. Lucie Hirer UNo.. I Hi-Way of '
shower table wu centered the First Presbyterian' church 1:1I ::'\,
with a pink and bjue) parasol Fort Pierce, Sunday afternoon r I'
holding pink and blue ribbon when Miss' Peggy Mclntosh! MISS MclNTOSIl( RECEIVES I'
,itreamen and the many lovely daughter Of Mr. and Mrs, A. C. rRE-MTTIAL {'Ol'RTESIES 1 t1R
TIN COUNTY CLEANERS'' gifts brought for the honoree McIntosh of Fort Pierce and Miss Peggy McIntosh ot Fort GRAND OPENING } ,

were placed under the parasol. George B. Osborn, Jr, son of Mr. Pierce has been honored with a Ii I
WE, DO In the games contests M... A. C. and Mrs. 0. B. Osborn Of Salerno number of pre-nuptial parties a i
Courson and M... Jones were ,exchanged vows before Dr. '
since -announcements wu made :
MODERN DRY CLEANING and PRESSING prize winners. Miss Edith Mathews James M. Howard, pastor of the ,
sang "Lullab,", accompan church. of her engagement to George ,f!
red by Mrs. Edna Coutant. The The church wu candle-lighted Osborn, Jr., of Salerno. i 1 'a

XPERT DYEING ER MOTH PROOFING refreshment table held yellow and white satin ribbons with Friday evening Miss McIntosh
calendulas In a silver epergne, white. blossoms marked pews for her mother Mrs. A. C. McIntosh, .J 1 1t
RUG CLEANING yellow candles In silver holders the families. and Mrt. George Osborn' of Salerno ;
ATER PROOFING i and miniature silver storks. Mrs. Robert and Audley McIntosh. mother of her fiance, were l .'
Coutant presided at the punch brothers of the bride,' Robert guests of honor at a dinner party BUDGET DEPARTMENT {
bowl. Other guests were Mrs. J. Johnson, ,and'John Rasmussen given by a group of friends at ,
M. Fhnpi Mile Syrena B. Totten. seated.guests ... Earl Kel played -; the New Burston HoteV in Fort
Mlsa Mary Jane Ames,'Mrs. C. a'program of nuptial organ PIerce. Dinner wu served in the r ::1":1"I'

'A Trial""WllCo vince YouNOTICE W. 'McPherson Mri. Walter music. Just before the ceremony: Green Room' of the hotel at a C i'Aaother I EMC E fii I
Kltchlng. Mn. Mary Leeson Mrs.J. Kemp Maser1 sang "1 Love You T-shaped table arranged with ,, -F ,
Y. Harper. Mri. C. V. Barth Truly" and "Q Promise Me.? red and white gladioli' and lighted I,
Mrs. A. B. Rimes, MM. W. O.Idrldge. Mr. McIntosh gave his daughter red tapers. .Covers were -laid our rstomersThe ,,
/ Mrs. t. T. Bozone, Mrs. in marriage Her gown wu tor 15, each being marked with I' !
Herbert Sudhoff Mn. X. H. Role made with a bodice .of bridal r. corsage: of red gladiolus bloc ?EASY BUftGET TERMS' I !j,
<< line, Mrs.. H. H. Hansen, Mrs. !satin! and a bouffant net skirt. soms. Miss McIntosh wu presented 1 ,f I;, '
Herbert Reeves, Jr.,Mrs.Dorothy Her flnger-tlp veil of Illusion a kitchen shower. ,' I r i iI
Tuck, Miss' Betty Lou Matheson, was attached to a halo of orange Kerr I I
LANE'S MACHINE SHOP Mrs. E. D. Wells, Mrs. L L. Decker blossoms and she carried a shower Mr, and Mrs. Douglas J. Safest Lo est- earing : .

500V- So, Dixie Highway Mrs. F. B. Kramer, Dr. Abbott, bouquet of brides roses and of Chatham, N. J., are stayingat .t. I' ,la laThe ) 1
Opposite) East Coast LunaW Co. Morton, Mrs Unna M., Brooks, tuberoses. She won a single the St. Lulce Hotel. They are e ''Ever\Built! "
and Mr*. Kenneth StlmmeU. strand of pearls, a gift from the here to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd

NEW and UZD, bridegroom, Travis. N( 4t be I !IxVs
Mrs. W. 8. Hartzog -was her Harry Orr., jr. served u Mr. .
board and Outboard l MttostrElcctrle and Engine sisters matron of honor and I Osborn's best man Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Fenn of rcst tic V I

"ater Systems, Pgwer, a' rHand Lawn Mowers wore t light blue taffeta and I Mrs. McIntosh chose a rose Chicago are guests at the Stuart I IGNITION
Scooters aT net gown. Another sister, Miss petal pink frock with white ac- Villa. DELUXICHAMPIOl CAIIM SET j !s
: Joyce Mcintosh in yellow taffeta caMoriei and a corsage bt white -C- fteptace wera -:. \J Ir.park
Repair and net,, and Miss Grace roses, while Mn. Osborn was In Mr. and Mrs. James Shehee of ping eabl. '""' ", s l'. y'
Palmer in pink were the bride's emerald green with blacK anda Baltimore Md., are expected today UPTO sax' STRONGER incruae enflM' elf'I; !_
maids. Junior bride's maids were red rose corsage. to spend a few days at Stuart *UPTO 40% MORE NON-SKID ANGLES Clancy. DtRtriBntor limludxl ellpa"" I'''itll1i l
A. L.L NE Carol McIntosh, JIa blue net Following the ceremony a reception Villa. They are on a wedding '* UP TO 32% LONGER MILEAGE |' : 1 1'Ise
frock, and Donna McIntosh In wu held I In,.,the social trip to Florida.

pink. 'I hall ot the -church, which-was i'1'
arranged with red and white { ,
gladioli. White blossoms encircled Expert SPOrts, Stop ty Remote CeWroJ/, / TJwy'/J/ Lest Longs t
the tiered wedding cake l

HE LITTLE JEWELRY SHOPPE slsUr-ln-law wned by Mrs of D.the' A.bride.Mcintosh, Watch Repairing -." 00-WerrrtlO-V.". AC. F I.KLTS\N. t I i 1.

Mn. On presided ,at the Bring Tour \\Vk ToAly Home IMDWEIt PLANT //I
RINGS brides book and Mrs. Audley McIntosh 2nd Hone Alkrot*
and Mrs. John Rasmus- Fed. Hight No. 1 aA
169.05 '
sea served punch. 68 W. 3rd J fligbt Sid of i lastS he '
SPECIALS Later Mr. and .Mrs.. Osborn fK .man ,
: LeN povrN Nut ]. h4'
left, for a wedding trip the lssrra. Baeaih .Netrlony fss M

1Anu'NF.\' -_ .._ .. .--". lU.SalTPIERCEEA1WATCHES .. -... _$I 'up bride wearing a gray jult with Charles H. Jackson ::: ::.lasrba u Xeplae. float wen fnyeA i
pink and black accessories.' The tC'I S
STRETCHAlCE BANDS $S.9 young couple will make their se a t

home In Salerno le
with the rank of
Discharged The. .11 ---"- ............. ,if ,. I yrtatona
sergeant" In June after three Six Tires Stronr
I r years In the Marine Corps, Mr. jl.pfor.tA.t/ ( looif Hmtl tec1h7' ,

: YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Osborn Is Martin County representative -
for Independent Life ;
I Insurance Co o
Among out-of-town guests '
were the following local people:
I3 Oletala Avei: Lyric Tneatr BIdg. Mr. and Mrs. o. 8. Osbom. sr, r

Mr. and Mrs.' J; C, Wllbar of 11. SCII ENING .
.. ,
Fi. .. .
; ,
Tela U ttj&iiracl.is plaaUe tiM....,wears oa\9lhe Buy ,. ..".U. !'..... r l lsseee
\ streaks an* k .e. ....._.111.. Te ..(-.."..,. Withstands
I' DANGER "y P .
eleaa. HVou merely. wipe with a damp slat.. \ V uU rrataa MI'-
'doa scteenim onus la a tick,teaautil graea .a. teeayl.
.e '

'HAV/TO, / TOH IT 1O THE FLOOR? Coleman'sHome & Abto Supply Store
It YOU"Do., It'JLUgln'ime To Get Your Carlo Aa Expert Service.Man and Have) ;

hour B'H: Tested'v and, In-r eat d. aCW Expert Mechanics Test .nIID.peet..Y.... BRAKES BAT Th. sew, recerd-breatlng
,, A!*!) ENGWE, .tVef&GoV Quality Service Drive' In Today TO. .' Firestone Champion Ground Ortp And'Coleman's' ,
tractor tire, enciaeered Sad builtfor
"\V'ILEY C maximum offMeney and suttee '
OTOR UMinea o> all tt surfaces sort mod, noting The Mtanted from ,: Firestone Service Station

Ilorth 'F.....Ur.ltW PHoo. 291 an! a heightened tread deelga F
< nuke tile fee anequeJM hi tratUoa PHONE,. -147 TEXACO. ,PRODUCTS'
elocaiog asd long I We.

-/ .,', ''f I ".{ .., ,,,,sew "', .. .,,' L, Y-WL\.J\\:._ .... ".......t\(; ,, .-..."' S 4,1yrO4", '0'5; ,

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-- cates to those park >la Florida ,
; i but when you let right down to WEEK [age of $34.034 a bus. standards set
1 PICTURE NEWS OF THE Bus drivers, the man behind that meet the high
trying to decide Just what boards __ _
a \ the wheel to whom we entrust by the Association: were made
or just what services are to be .
LYRIC I eliminated you find that very the lives and welfare of our while outstanding camps or
children at least 10 times a week, received the Association:
few of them could be done away parks
4 how to drive and are
with without a public outcry are trained award,
gold plaque
THEATREPROGRAM taught the specialties of hand
: I He suggested that those who The Association: is spending
school bus.Requiring
11 eg a
-- -- I contend that governmental expenses approximately $240,000 on its nationwide -
,j FOR can be sharply reduced thad all school bus campaign and has Next t )f
jI : |should be .specific to Just what "tt rA. drivers, (average age-42)), be just completed a $30,000 technicolor -
I THIS WEEK In A-l condition, all driven are
departments or services they .. movie of trailer park: facilities ONE

,, I :: : ;: would emlllnate The CItizen's given a complete yearly b1.physical doctor:examination In which Florida received f.
I Committee on Education recommends Y P qi Y. much valuable publicityFUGATE <
., FRI ,AND SAT, an Increase in State expenditures designated by the county school
FEB 21 W 22 of from 18,000.000 to board. I
DOUBLE FEATURE \ (18000000 The public Is demanding a Transportation equipment 1t
ITS'Io0-Fro-/ better school facilities (too. Is adequately maintained,
more pay for teachers and other A number of counties now have and GMENI
THE E IN Zone I Improvements Can this be accomplished special machine shops and me'

by reducing present chanlcs who spend all their time
I expenditures? I on school bus maintenance. Engineering, Suigfyinir lue Prints

The need for more and better' Responsibilities of bus drivers .i
: : ;I i hospitalization for tubercular' r administrators and other school Estimates Submttjj on Request 1s

; patients Is acute and to simply I' Y officials are clearly defined In
meet present day needs with no a 42-page phamplet Issued by
BET BARBARA : thought of the years ahead calls r the Department of Education P. O. BOX 24 / VTUART, F

UNG HALE for the expenditure of approximately which eliminates perhaps the

t4ORGAN \ five times waht we have greatest evil which usually befalls
Aritc i been appropriating for this purpose large transportation systems -
I! Will anyone suggest that r 4s'w. that of "who Is supposed to

All : we Ignore this need and trim the to: what" LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rea

already Inadequate appropriation School buses are now the kings Homes with us. n'

? of the road. Not only are they
',dIOX I
AMES GLEASOX i ;; The State Forestry Department required' to stop at all RR crossIngs L. FULF D

RILL IS/ asking an Increase of but all other cars-going
OA' LIW2tT I4TIRE earl h
ARAI several million dollars in Its In both directions-.re required ? t
budget. Little has been done to- to stop when the school bus BUYING' :; a SE'mOl' C RENTING
ward the development of State M
stops! This assures the unload- CEMENT.
No. 2SiARR Parks and the need for a step- ing schoolboy or schoolgirl safe Write P. O. ,

,I ped-up program of forest cos- crossing of the street or high 316 North Colors 0 AvenueCOMMERCIAL ; .
[ NETTEt servallon Is unquestioned. Can Phone 31
A howl come not from the dog, this time, but from 1-year old way.The
the Budget Commission Ignore Stuart Florida,
school bus system of the
\ ROBERT GEORGE: EISERMAN. when ten Cocker Spaniel puppies
this fact? Is It the will of the back him Into a big armchair Look well at this man for he I 18 one state is the 'safest transportation
people that no Increase In their 'In millions ;JOHN a SCOTT, New York World War U veteran, is system In the state The
t I II appropriation be considered or fighting like a Trojan to make the government stop giving him a next ,time you kiss. your little
i' .taws. rw I" that their last biannual budget pension. An eye Injury Is the point of contention Scott claiming it girl goodbye In the morning as and AERU
be' reduced? happened before military service, the government Insisting on payIng ,
she steps Into the school bus --- s
ARTOON a pension. Quadruplets born to MRS. CHARLES HENN JR, '
"THR 'ING THE BULL'''' "We must concern ourselves Baltimore, Md.. were one month old before the mother was allowedto relax and have no fears She Is PHOTOS
I it:t !! l1.t this time the Oovernor said snuggle them In her arms. Apt pupil at a new employees' winter In, good hands.
SERIAL I I "with such functions as education golf school at SelberUnf Rubber Co, Akron, O, is pretty ADELTNBUHNER : PHOTOGRAPHS WILttHjCP YOU I MAKE TH
CH PIER NO 4 I b, I health welfare. institu- Next summer shell brighten the fairways of the com $240,000 BEING SPENT \
Scarlet I ,. tional care and general opera- pany's recreation-center country club. ON TRAILER CAMPAIGNBY PROMPT EFFICIENTf5 MvjCE GUARANTY
> "
lions In the light of present Information NATIONAL GROUP
: H rse Man"SUN I think It likely that
I, \ i we can increase our disburse- School TransportationSystem (FNS Ina nation-wide TROPICAC SILO.
t, : *Y MONDAY ments by some twenty or twenty- program designed to Improve NexV
I IB. 23 24 five million dollars per Krueger Bldg. To Western U
; year trailer parks and encourage
without more taxes. But even Has Unmarred Safety RecordTallahassee cleanliness and sanitation, the

; AGAI TOGETHER that Increase must be predicated Trailer Coach Manufacturers Association -
; ; f : 'MAN/ FAINTED
i qpon the assumption that the has ADYItt
Just completed a
II '; (FNS)-The largest In sight ,
total tax
of revenues will
ASIA WYCAHBt! not appreciably sag within the transportation system In the Up until 1937 school) transportation survey of trailer parks in Florida -
State of Florida the school 'Just arowed.In that ; this State being honored as
two If these Increases
the first to be
i: made and buses Is also the safest such year the State Board of Education surveyed.
re our receipts fall
materially, It Is likely our system In the state. at the suggestion of Colin awards of certlfl-

,' working capital will be gravely. With the consolidation of English, adopted a code of uniform
x schools and the resultant, need bus regulations for all the
I Albert
04 | The Governor made It clear, of additional transportation counties the state It was this L. ackettBookiceepi 300 01D WiE( iAwarP.O.

I Ir' w tJ' that he would have no part in' facilities to carry students longer code which Is perhaps most responsible d Tax

"CHtMP.oNLOOSE"i!' passage of rubber-check appropriations distances to fewer schools.' for Florida good bus- S sc.N Box
on the part of the the spotlight has been placed performance record. W, ee trees--U..
rr legislature for schools, welfare ,upon school transportation. Many Florida "firsts" are held P. 0. Bev 1 Stuart, rids

Institutional care He term- During the past four' years by the school buses,

f"1 ; \ an appropriation without de Florida school buses have driven Florida was the first stale In
cash back of it is worse more than 33,000.000 miles without the nation to require that all

'. worthless because It raises one major accident of fatal." ,buses be manufactured of steel,
:r'' hopes. Appropriations for Ity figures in the office of Sup I the first state to require driver

,. money than we have on erintendent of Public Instruction training for bus drivers and the
:I I he said should\ not be ap Colin English reveal .r- proof of stale was the pioneer in the use CAN YOU LIGHT A LAMP? !
the success of the efforts of the of the -manually operated' ,
The Governor said that he State Department of Education, STOP" signal on school buses IW
I' 11I trying to present a busi I the county superintendents of All-ifteel buses 1.315 of them

:, sound and common- public Instruction and school (those In operation at the time
I approach to the subject bus people throughout the slate of change in code are still per- :-

.t.t't.tI State finances and urged In 1920 the State of Florida mitted to operate until worn ''t
the people of the State con- transported only (000 pupils to out) protect our children' from
I themselves and decide and from school. injury due tQ collision In addition
I + or not they want to In 1948 the figure rose to 122.- the i average school bus In ",I:,
I ahead and spend the money 000 pupils, with the end not yet the state has Insurance' cover-
,: )' to provide for present ..'
needs even if It should mean ..
n Increase In taxes or, whether
wish to disregard these Prompt TRUCKTOFARMDELIVERIES
eda and be content with the I

I as It is at present. 1 ,


It U
L F.NSAT,ON- (FNS) ;John C .
,:' director of public relations I
the Bethlehem Steel Corn- Rtroller

.' VIC N0 { will be the principal speak, '
during the annual MId-Win- Wels 'y

meeting of the Florida Pub- t3osOUnM

and Public Relations As-
t :' CART ON at Orlando February M plb -
-23. It was announced this Lubrlcotxn t
FOX WSsae by Frank Wright president 1
+ W
Earle Ferris president of the f Spray
Association of Public Spray
i.1. TUES JWED. Counsel will also ad St My t k will de r r full lies of
FEB. $ 26"tDMUNDCWENNJANlSMlCt .. the group of Treveativel '
I If"'J members more than RuIlust Siac r product to your tars.Tb .
: 1 a. of FPPRA who are high-quality air product
to attend
.' the two-day a n you real MGM wasp r

California has the most exten-
'B. D.
America.private reforestation work FULTON, AgentPHONE s

,315 .

e Can you tight an electric la i rtIt
morely ho '
r r i and i"Uin It

West Palm Beach receive electricity through.your odyj This and
Directory oth .mat f: pt,IC.lell'tlflc .
teats will b.
1',1. shown at the "Houlle
l"- e WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH *through the effort of of M.ilc Show, )lresir t hers' :/
e Supt.
THK NEW g's. THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOyR PATRONAGE of Schools R. H. Rolling. and ccopee4stion of 'E

} auccESti WARNER P John. Law( manager for Florida Power and Light Coin :' nbl" {\
'- Ys."Gone tosea ')14 invited io :
&.4.0 ... AUx'sPHfl asHAWT ORNERO \ ;.ttend the, H.U8e of M.glc"Show .JtL >
and wilt,, be ,
1 1r
; 'NEN6EINMIINn [ a Co. free. Performance wilj be held at \:" .'

Rooms MLTAt,

n t Or rsCIANS .1s' 0 atstS PsiAgee vc eT aCLICHATIS.


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TBB 81't1AR'1' NEWS, STUART, Martha County, BLORmA TIIVRSY, I'BB. ft, lM1 PAGE TBlBTBU[ 4,.


SefWuart I 4etu\ WITH THE OTHER ,EDITORS short time ago a veteran of the Leyte fighting cameo When Congress finally gets down to cases on what Isto \\1 I !.I',' I Iii, "

Washington to return a Congressional Medal of Honor be done about'government expenditures the national ii" .
'moo.ooo. .0=0otnolr::: = debt
and taxation, it should look squarely at this grim '
he nation's award valor which he had been y l'
highest for
Published tact the small and medium-sized is ,
every Thursday at NEW CONSTITUTIONS-HERE'S HOW TO GET IT : enterprise taking '
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, ;iven. His reason was that the government he had served the worst beating under present tax policy. ."

... .. by Stuart Dally News Inc. a (Mildred Wells\ --Volusla Count Mirror,) with great distinction Is war was about to dispossess him The big business, with reserves of capital built ,up ,"f "
-:. Florida corporation. Many Important questions will be brought before the and 700 other farmers to make room for a new flood con over many years, is better able to look out for itself. But '; I
: -.. Entered as second-class matt trol project. the small business, with its current tax burdens, cannot ,,I I' 1
....: 1947 session of the Florida Legislature and much progressive -, This casts dramatic sidelight the much debated ''
a on j'
matter at the post office at obtain and keep the wherewithal necessary to rapid ex- t.) ,
Stuart, Florida, under the Acts legislation should be passed. There is no doubt subject of "flood control.1 We have developed a mania pansion. Money that, in past times, would have gone for t \;
of March a, 1878. but> that Increased appropriations will be made for educe- 111 this direction. We have built enormously costly projects new plants, new developments, new employment, now' I
FREE PRF3S tion and it is possible that a Complete reorganization of to' protect lands which were rarely if ever subject to goes tcV the tax collector. ""J' / n

A 84 YEARS OF SERVICE the state school system may be accomplished. I say there really damaging floods, and we have built other projectsto Senator Cordon of Oregon put the issue well when he ''I "
Loa 1W seen belle. Mere ... .. save Bubmarginal lands whose true value Is far less than said make it the small I
& m.m is about'the that once we impossible for con .
doubt ,
.... .. no appropriations because "popular "
W U used the
Stiut Uw flnt r. the cost of flood control, Worst of-all, we have '
FREE PEOPLE3_ '>,' .,... u.">.....StMH I. Ih HwMirnv.* AMI Mlk'1. demand gets what it goes after, and the people of Florida term "food control" to mask the building of tax-exempt cern to progress pacing and the reach its for proper monopoly.place in And the monopoly economic ','
sun we are way
New. TW TIM .. want better schools
wu .OUOIM.U4
socialized which often
hydroelectric projects duplicate ex- I '
road known to socialism with its destruction II J 1
rat t IIU. Tk. Sto.rt Damp amen is the surest -
... tear... o.t..e a. .u,. lu .e b. As I said above, the' public gets what it goes after, istkig power facilities, and whose main result is to eliminate all traditional American freedoms. .1:
b HI""". eel t r..lr ....... of, I ,
a" ...t* fterhta D nlo. r.MXMBCB tile. so I wish that the people of Florida would become convinced heavily-taxed', regulated utilities, and prevent the The tax structure must be revised to permit all enter tI I
that they need a new state constitution and would normal expansion of electric development as a private 1'' i\
prise to grow, to compete, and to become big if it has the :
realize that of their legislative problems would be '
Mmiwnise __._ many enterprise,
That is the this nation built. .
S r, 5Y0045 .........'"- 11- solved by a modernization of their basic laws Public power fanatics, under the old guise Of "flood capabilities. way was rl i

8 B8CRIPT1ON RATm Do you realize that our present Constitution was prepared control" are again making a determined drive for more iiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiuinmiiiiiimiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiimiiiiiiinii( ; <: t ';;,
.u, 0.. Y... a"M Tv.N. 1'_ II." in 1885, ratified by the people in 1886, and went money more power projects *- and more socialism. i' '
.- : :. =: Yt..u. w. _. \loa lieU into effect'Jan. 1, 18871 It has'a preamble, a declaration ) Congress should scrutinize the whole picture and re- Letters To The Editor h'j l j j'' 4:
: .: .. M..etl..a ; of rights, 19 articles containing 269 sections, and it fuse to.appropirate a dime for any project which is not ,
..,trine .... .I. _I.... aten.e .. ilia I. r....."_11.. aI eel ww amended It is Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllltll/ lltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll '
times. Even
has been amended 82 no
1 as actually necessary for real "flood control.! It should turn
OF TIll: ASSOCIATED PRESS I II more suited to the present and future needs of Florida than thumbs down on 'every new proposal for public power. DESPAIR ECONOMICS 'r' .' <; l i

ooo-oa: ::: :::=:::: ZOClO _OClO I living and business conditions in 1885 are similar to thoseof That, alone, would make a very substantial cut in the Dear Editor: Although there are a number of variables In the ;MI i 1 d ; v; I
1947 gigantic Federal budget, which is necessary if there is to problem of determining the cost of goods and of services, in the : ;
orthy of Meditation It takes a long time to complete a revision of our be-any debt retirement or tax reduction. Let highly taxed last analysis the theory Is erronlous that values are determined by f II I +1
state constitution and there is no time,to be lost in getting private enterprise again take up the power developmentload the amount of Labor that It takes to perform a certain piece of it
c:=-----o: : : =ovO: OC===OC70C: =O about the business of setting our house in order., which it so ably carried before subsidized government work. Let us put the problem i nan affirmative manner: tt Is I 1 t

The concept of on* world is not primarily of an eco- Here is the procedure: By a'two-thirds vote of the competition retarded expansion/! not the labor used in producing an article that Is the determining ,, i

ie instruuwntt, it U not primarily of a political dYice| members of both houses of the legislature, a proposal to ----- factor but the amount of labor that one must rive up to purchase ,
not even primarily of a measure of prudence and safe- revise the constitution may be sumbitted at the next gen THE CHANGING TIMESDuring the article It Is this that determines the limit to which prices can
eral election. If the majority of electors at that election rise ''It Is upon that cross that labor will sacrifice Itself if it con
Though it includes all these, it U far motet It U a re- vote in favor of a revision, the legislature at its next session the war, and for some time a fter it ended, re- tinues to demand and get Increased wages I J' I '

>.us concept a concept that all men are brothers and must provide by law for a convention to revise the constitution tail stores had to take whatever goods were offered them, The orange market may be used as I an Illustration. In Denvera
whatever happens to our brothers happens to u. This and the convention must be' held within six even when prices were high and quality was low. Consumers dozen oranges cost 80 cents. The worker who making $150 a 4 tI
ie world or it is no world at all. months after the enactment of such law had to be con tent with small and poorer stocks to month, but who has much less; money to spend because of con ''
J. Herbert Case, jr.iiiiitiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiini Let's see what this would mean : The 1947 legislaturecould choose from. This was a situation that couldn't be helpedit flscatory taxes and salary deductions, has to pay $6.40 a month / ,. "
place on the ballot for the general election in 1948a was the certain consequence of war's insatiable demands for' the oranges his doctor says his family should have. That Is'our }

mi 5I1111t I II II 111111I1111I1111I11 I I I I I 1111111 1 1 proposal for a revision ef the state constitution. If thatIs on our producing machine. and three tenths per cent of his salary before deductions. If 1i i 1
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR passed, then the 1949 legislature would provide for a Now, however, times seem to be rapidly changingand the price should double he would probably decide that he would ?''A
constitutional convention to be held within six months for the better. Business papers and trade journals have to pay too much of his labor for the fruitranir as a result i r
iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn n There i Is no limitation set upon the length of time for the report that buyers for retail stores are casting jaundicedeyes 1 night not buy any. ,: I

For the benefit of inquiring friends I might that deliberations of this assembly but they would surely be on sub-standard merchandi.it. They are questioning I .When too many people find themselves in a similar position I i C
say able to draw up the revision in time to place it on the ballot prices'which seem out of line. They know that the In respect to any cost there Is a glut In the market. This glut I
est Lyons has been' ill for five weeks. He Is mucher in the general election of 1950, though it is possible\ consumer will again demand the best possible product for hurts the grower of oranges, and the manufacturer, and sales i
I am glad to say:/and we are all glad he is back that a special election could be called for ratification the least possible price and they are out to meet that drop Decreased sales compel a lay-off of labor, that the Union I I

he News staff again. If this editorial page has beenw There is a less cumbersome method of revision pos- ; demand. Barons describe as the "autocratic action of Capital .*- liquidation li "
par the' past month, you can blame Ernest for not sible. If the legislature would give the people a chanceto 1 This certainly does not mean that prices are going to of I labor" As a matter ot fact 1 it is the result of the working q
t here to run things. vote at the general election In 1948 on an emendmentto crack wide open the pressures are still inflationary in of a natural law and not the pernicious scheming of capitalism,
.. create a special commission to draw up a revised constitution many cases. But it does indicate that there it going to be for capitalism profits duly\ when labor la producing In volume. It 1
for submission to the next legislature, it could less and less shoddy merchandise and more and more We keep to the Illustration we have chosen because It Intimately I I
"The Hawaiian Trustee" is a little monthly housen then be submitted by that later legislature to a statewidevote goods which'offer maximum and dependable value in their concerns our own territory. There Is a very strong feeling I ,I +
published in Honolulu by the Hawaiian Trust Com- at a special election to be held within three months* price brackets. And, by the same token, store stocks are local thought and it U expressed behind the Iroit-curtain of real d,

f. In the March': 1947,. Issue, was this, paragraph : after adjournment. This method would save one year and once more being built up to approximations of pre-war estate secrecy, that we have arrived at the point of over production .. 1 I.
would give ample time for complete consideration of the abundance and selection of citrus fruit ,
THE FLOWERING TREE MAN question of the needs in a new constitution. This is retailing' traditional service to the nation- Such an idea Is perfectly silly With oranges selling In Den- I
TWs i newspaper publisher In Florida by the name of Ed ,'It is to be hoped that some forward-looking legis- Store operators are as pleased as anyone else to see the ver at 80 cents a dozen we know that city, at least has no over- I' ;1

ennlnger who has a bobby that may appeal to some citizens of lator will present such an amendment and so place Flor- economy of scarcity gradually disappear. ___ ._ abundance of oranges. Yet it will, not surprise the writer if the. :I!

wall. .Some years. ago be set out to learn about the thousands ida' feet on the forward, path where she so rightfully powers of government will not be asked to restrict the growing ofl} '
beautiful that belongs.Constitutions. CULPRIT FOUND oranges as the size of oranges has already been prescribed. '
trees are to be found In the; tropics all over the i 9
arid and to seed these seem such academic things to the average They laid him out on the police floor and the cop who When we get to the point where every man, women; and child I"
scion of
transplant by or as to
many person. The only one they seem to consider Importantand brought him in stood by while the doctor examined him. In the United elates has all the oranges they can eat, and when the I '
nerican soil as passible. Just now be ii busy telling his fellow oftentimes sacrosanct is the Constitution of the United Finally the doctor arose and said : "That man's been like situation exists all over the world, then we ,will be JustifiedIn .4
aens" about hit discoveries. Every so often he goes to some town States. They learn the preamble In school, study the his- drugged." saying there Is danger of an over-production. But we have no

A stages a show by planting a memorial tree to some departed, tory of-Ito-development, and think a long time before they The cop, turned'pale and shivered. "That's right, sir. business making that statement now. There is a nigger In the s

itor.. He has lots of fun. Lie Johnny Appleaeed, hell even. agree to amend it. -know it It's my fault. I drug him four cks.-The Rotary Gong, woodpile but It Is not t pile of oranges Something else is screwle.It i ?
Not so with a state constitution. They hardly New York might be any one of a hunUerd: different factors. It might be
inhave thousands of that for his ,
trees 'planted, were It not election comes around and they are facilities, and it
t exists until a general freight rates, too high labor costa, poor shipping
uence, would never be planted at all. confronted with a series of amendments about which they uuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuHiimiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii II11111111111III might be (heaven help us when we suggest this) it might II
What tropical tree not now in Hawaii might be brought here know little and for which they either register complete be tariff barriers '
increase the beauty and wealth of oW Wands approval{ or disapproval or ignore entirely, HOTlicultu ally Speaking There are so many factors In the machinery of International
*' trade that It is troublesome to discover the location of the wrench, .
I seldom encroach on Ernie 'Lyon's department by % THE EAST COAST ORGANISES: iiiiHiNiimiiiiimmtiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ iiiiiimiiiiiHimiiiiiii but, in the flpal analysts unless we are willing to make it easy to 'I' .j
ting a fish story but I heard one the other day from WHY NOT A CENTRAL FLORIDA C OF C, Just after this California weather which shrivelled some of mir trade with foreign countries we will sometime have surpluses of f, t t
he* IL Reardon which I had almost forgotten. Way of which make the a "
foliuge and flowers. b. mighty poor tuna to call Itc tknio pretty a thousand different kinds, any one orange I '
k yonder about 1926 Ed Traynor of Philadelphia land- (Sentinel-Star, Orlando) things hereabouts, but in spite of some wintry touches here and there situation look like a sandfly bite. I
hat 230-pound tarpon that still holds the local record, It Is nattering Indeed to Central J'lorlda that the fabulous I sec ample evidence of more hardiness in wine plants than I expected.Or In a world that Is demanding "One World" we In the United I I 'r
wanted to have it mounted. He had to get it to the do something about fundamental Isolationism. I
Ooad Coast of the State finds It necessary else it was not as Cold in Stuart as elsewhere in Florida. Let us States retain the very qulrit-essance of I "'
dermist in West Palm Beach and because he had lots the Inroads we are-making Into the lower East Coast's tourist cling to the latter possibility! Seriously, not a tulip tree in Stuart was We might-! well look that fact square In the eye because there Is j J'
to spend and wanted to do things right he hired in other countries
nosy businessThe hurt and this African red flowered beamy is very sensitive to front no doubt-that those who exercise political power id ,,'
earns, filled it full of chopped ice, and transported his wants $100,000 for use ; certain contentions, are most sure- i
East Coast Highway -Association In fact, the cold wave of 1941 which put Louie Weimon'l 500.aere( with which\ we are now having
on in this frigid condition to the taxidermy shop. It In recapturing tourist business from Central Florida. bean field oft the fritz killed a 10-foot tulip tree to the ground for me. ly Judging us by what we do rather than by what we pretend we i 1'
* a silly thing to do because the ice almost spoiled the Charges are that Central Florida Is diverting Miami-bound The some tree (which came back from the roots) went through!? the are trying to do. Just because we allow ourselves to be fooled into ,c
but the taxidermist saved it and today it hangs in all stealing customers. Naughty Central Florida. wearing brain blinders on our political bridles we are not Justified h
traffic, literally blizzard l1.lst week without a sew. The Geiger trees l beside the Citizens I
majesty on the, dining room wall at Sunrise Inn. A man, presumably hired by Central Florida, Is supposed to be ,, Bank building which are definitely frost tender, show no signs of In thinking other natloni are as blind as we choose to make our '' y I S'

posted up around Yule and It is said that lima wicked character damage. Of course I am aware'that a lot I of blossoms and foliage on selves. '
You might think that if there is anything that canS tells motorist "Miami Is full go to Ocala, Orlando, Leesburi the Hibiscus and some other plantings were turned definitely sour but Let us remember that, In these Intetyully-free( trade states, {
be changed, it is the keyboard of a standard typewirter. or Lakeland. This man we want to meet.' He sounds like a I am of the opinion that they were more burnt by the high bleak winds we a century and a half ago, embarked Upon an isolationist tariff 1
M life it Is always safe to assume that there is noth- super salesman which accompanied the invasion than they were by Jack Frost }him policy and that SO years ago, in the spirit of isolationism, cur- j14
that cannot be changed for the better i All of this business sounds rather childish and foolish, doesn'tIt self. In my own garden the only plmllI bleh showed severe cold tailed Immigration. We are very loud mouthed about the "OneWorld" + '
How to make typing faster and less fatiguing was a ? But It Isnt childish or foolish to the East Coast people who are damage were tiny'seedling that. were hardly big enough to lent out theory but. measured by our actions, the noise that comes i p
i to which Commander August Dvorak devoted him- business. A $100.000 fund Is a sizeable brass and tinkling cymbals meaning nothing\ l
worrying about the loss for themselves. NQt a single mature tree suffered. 1 am compelled forth is as sounding i
He refused to believe' that the keyboard developed I publicity fund and certain to have some. effect on the touristmarket. to conclude that it was not very cold here, certainly not below the 32: except the eventual and unavoidable collapse of our economic j,, //I
Christopher Latham1 Sholes in 187S was the best thatId
mark, and the warm river that huddles around our city on -Its north
be thought out, ,. As the East: Coast worriers say, Central Florida benefltted side had a lot to do with protecting us from the ravages of California setup.The Idea that we will accept nothing but dollars for our exports' 4' ti
Miss Lenore Fentor, using the Dvorak'keyboard, pro- when war-time necessity forced many a Miami hotel out of business !- worst la as silly as trYing to cure rheumatism "by a mixtures of '
ei 180 word a minute The accepted world's record because their houses were occupied by service men., Many l Sprudle Water and dried toad skins 'If we do not buy goods from ; t

he standard keyboard was only 152 words. She once who wanted Florida vacations came to Central Florida Once here,, Speaking of pretty things, have you seen the bed of double f poinsettias abroad how are other countries going to get dollars? Are we going ?

ed 150 800-word( ( manuscript pages, using three ear-I they liked It BO well that they an returning. that have been blooming for, several weeks in Roman ]J. Irvin's to keep on lending them? If so, how are the other countries go- 't
s,in eight hours then went out dancing in the evening.To who want to lend and lend '
There are thousands and thousands a of Northerners yard. This Is a sport or variety known as Henrietta Ecke Ing to pay their debt? Are we going to continue F
change nationally) from the Sholes to the Dvorak winter rest In the sunshine and who are not Interested In. horse ** and lend? The Idea that we are World-minded Is a curious example Rn
board U not simpler The change must be made in both I racing, gambling, glrile-glrlle shows, night clubs and other- typical Another beautiful thing worth going to see is the 23.foot holly of sell-hypnotism on a national scale As a nation we take j het
typewriters and,In ,tbe ,schools. All the practice mans i East Coast entertainment. tree In Mn Hattie Rue'i yard, covered with quantities of red berries delight in so many fairy tales, like for Instance that wages can Ie,
would have to be ehati,ed. .and so would all text-! They want sunshine, rest, some cultural entertainmentChurches There are a good many kinds of holly. This is a native tree with be raised without increasing the coat of production, that I am quite hq,

ks. finger motions from' golf, fishing and the other decent sort of entertainmentthat ( smooth-edged, rounded leaves. Some hollies have very sharp'pointed sure we are the )laughing stock of the world-universe outside the
However, change thatred e. Central Florida offers leaves. And when you are In that neighborhood you might taka a borders of our own land. 3e
to row by more, than 90 per cent cannot/ b e ignored. We have (often thought that Central Florida misses a bet whenIt look at the cashew-nut. tree in Fred Rue's yard. It was. In flower two Certainly we cannot expect the rest of the world to take us
manently. Government ofices.rna: lead the way. falls to organize a sort of super Chamber of Commerce for the weeks ago when looked at It and will soon be bearing its unusual and seriously when our actions belle them. Is It any wonder that the Ste
entire region, concentrating our publicity shots In one barrel. attractive fruits. There I Is only one "cashew nut" to each fruit, and i iis it papers are telling how we are "losing face" In foreign countries?
Only once this (June) does Uie 13th tall on Frt- to attract visitors to our of trying to; buy friendshipwith
year Orlando spends thousands annually I not| fit to eat until roasted; in fact, it Is poisonous. I hope Fred Rue Have- we made the childish mistake 'U I
.1.1That seems unusual because Somebody is always towns. Bo do the other Central Florida communities If this will put some of these fruits and nuts on! display in the Stuart Paint money? It can't. be done. Never In the history: of the world. 't e e
some silly superstition. Will we ever outw package It would be quite a sizable the market for cash. If one wants friends 1
was wrapped up !tapjie Company show window when they get ripe. At the.Mango Forum has friendship been on
these relics of the past? I enjoy walking under lad- money of change O rllalnl could be larger, more frequent, in Miami three yean ago, one lady had a booth where he sold seeds one must be a friend In action. That Is as true of nations aa It is tof (
and doing Iota of things on the forbidden list. Don'tIf more effective/( bring more people to all of our Central Florida of the cashew tree at 3 for 25 cents, and she did a land office business! Individuals. i0
t, a black cat cro e.-ml path I shoot it. I do *. The problems of pries, of labor, of management as well as the
thing with a white one. In fact just any'color. I'm ""If the Coast is going to-throw money around In $100,000 John II. Perry, publisher of IS weekly newspapers'In Florida, has. problems ol the citrus growers will be solved only when all contentious ;h

luckto the cat; not .it to. me..;: get tourist\ 'away from us, we'd better be thinking ofgaSering to sent me a copy of a letter written to the publisher of his paper at Del- factions take a realistic Invoice of factors that bear on
will be able develop -
that we trade and practically
Into oneshells.pile so well as internal
ammunition trade as
BeachtJftiterday International
R. B.McCullough is mighty proud, of one ray of
of Stuart heavier caliber to work and trade harmoniously. within the scope i
''I II grandchildren-Oren Moore, jr., of Tampa.It fire back with Florida C of C would do the job.BRING luncheon at the Cult/ Stream Club with lama N. means '
seems the young fellow was in a quiz contest lastk A Central i '" '. '._ Wallace and others, Mrs. Smtthen laid rnt that the Carden Club of their In findings.the development of these means someone has to be hurt

and stood up against the toughest questions. TheE 'EM IN Defray/ Beach caws making an, tffort/ to mist/ several thousand! dollars someone Is going to scream and yelp, but, regardless of the todividual .
e was to be a $45 watch,' and that is a big prize for Employment clerk "Chief, there Is an applicant here for Sims purpose of beautifying, around tht/ FEe... ttation and public hurt, It has to be done. We either have to do what must '
2-year-old boy- The Moore boy stood up till the very he used to make his living by sticking his right buildings In Defray/ Beach. be done willingly and Intentionally, or. eventually' Natural Law
until only he was left, and the examiner shot the last who says I told Met SmUhert that I was delighted: to hear it and would hand In the matter and Mother Nature. never handles '
tionj "When does a leopard change its spots?" Thata arm into a lion's"How mouth.interesting 1 What's Ms name!," Contribute temper tint of the amount roiW/or this purpon. She rushed will take a with cotton-fanneillov.) .: She spanks feto good and 5plenty
tough one and as the boy groped for an answer he Chief Clerk: "Lefty.--The Weakley grizzle, Santa Rosa, over and tM Mnt. Day Mitchell/ who I believe/ trhead. of tht Carden her babies the naked hide where It does the most good and It hurts I
one of his' buddies in'the, audience make a waving : Club, who thanked.me for promised contribution.IA / on better do the Job ourselves and avoid chaos 1
'ement with Ms hand. New Mexico._ lake Cay the Garden Club it going to do tile tamt thing and We had consider this when we cannot sell the products
"When answered the question."A make H tIN 'Afalet City of tlorida", and I will contribute Let us In this area
he moves the boy they' art going to factors It U not because of over production
good Answer' and you wln'the' ,watch," replied the TO THE The cub POINT w'* told to cut his story 'to bare essentials. / tin per ctut of the amount rained ,there. Lake City hat about but rather of our, because farm or then Is some blocking to the circulatory system
miner the next even or tight thousand in population.. De'M fould be the"Gladiola/ It. To do otherwise
"No sir," said Oren Moore jr., "I cannot accept it A Following Jill orders )he did so and produced one Cffy." of trade tqok for the block and destroy
day$ ," U to fall prey to Despair-economics.

L out Mr. McCunouglTwai so'proud!) of his boy that ha rnafl. "3. Smith loked down.up It the was.elevator Age shaft 45.. -to The see Mountaineer if the ear. Stuart flu the same sort d opportunity: tyl!. .., f Ankona, Florida. : A. Rt18SELL"t. IFLFI'CIIT
kin was on its way E.: A, M.
a check for:.$45 to buy a Wftch Et. AMi; Weaverville, California. ,

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PAOli: J'Otnn'EItl\ ruB STUART NEWS, IITV&BT Martin County, OIUDA. THURSDAY fIlL tt, Hit

i.4 .: Stuart News Weekly Market Basket Page '

': i. their visit her during the Christmas rived early this week to sf k

1 divided-with 3,85Ji5 going State Farmers' Market estimated BOUGHT haw been rtalt- sister and families,Mr.
be they ant
"'4 $6,823 PAYMENT IS PERRY holiday t
,,'tu"'b) MADE TO COUNTY FORTEACHERS'SALARIES (for Instruction and $9041 for FROST DAMAGE 25 to 40 per cent damage In Editorial Desk Ing Mr. Wallace'\ parent In Henry Crews and Mr. and |

any:' ;' In the county. his Initial report and ha recently & L. Crew
transportation West Palm Beach.
expressed the feeling that Odds and EndsEight PAPERSCharles
, ;5 5f.\\f.i The seventh installment/ of 10 State Superintendent Colin LIGHTER THAN the actual!,. final figure will BEACH Mr. ana Mrs W. O. Wallace\ L.1, Murphy wmeasof vwtcn\(
' t English reported the total pay- probably be much closer the of West Palm Beach, paren"ot" week at the ho his t Y
payment from the state teachers -
[ 87 counties In the Martin county young women B. and R. R. Wallace were InDeland.
inent to the minimum than the maximum. W
1 ;; 'salary fund to Martin county FIRST ESTIMATE Francis Coe Will the week end.at I
.. state was $1,783,91289>> This should mean therefore that are enrolled at the Florida visitors over
I was received Monday at the office shipment of tomatoes will start State College for Women this Publish the Three their KDt home here.

.' of :Roscoe :Rollins, county i The first pencil factory In the ,- very near the late-March period year, according to a press squib PapersBy The members of the Palm City I

I'" : superintendent of public Instruction United States was established In Fort Pierce Farmer Market originally Indicated. Effects of from Betty Ann Taylor, FSCW The Associated Frees Woman's Club are urged to be a

j' The check for $6,823.71 will 1881. I Revises Figures the cold will naturally retard New Bureau director.Corroboration present tt the regular meeting
Upward maturity of the tomatoes to some WEST PALM BEACH-Attorneys on Feb. 87 at the Church Parish!

extent, even on the acreage for the estate of the late house.
Jacksonville .- Latest Inform which was brought through the of the bad con- Berry Shannon: owner of the Mr. and Mr*. Calvin Mayo ar-
FAMILY FAVORITE atlon available In the Jacksonville cold. dition of U. a No. 1 is con- Palm Beach Publications,Inc -
J f tained In a note from Francis
offices of the Florida State Market Manager William, In announced Monday that all of
HOUSE Stann, Washington Star base- MARTIN COUNTY
WHITE Markets" Indicates damage In the a report just received, emphasizes who scheduled the stock In the three Palm
ball writer was
Fort Pierce area will not be that "Some of the more Beach newspapers had been purchased -
to visit Stuart last week. "We DRILLERS I
quite as heavy a* had been feared pessimistic estimates of frost by John H. Perry, owner- WELL
MILK I following initial reports on damage are being revised down were en route via New Smyrna* publisher of a string of Florida .
In time last Friday, he
good of roping
All Type "
the recent severe cold. Manager ward as some of the fields which newspapers -
wrote,'"when we hit IS miles
0TALL M. E.. Williams of the Fort Pierce were thought a total loss have Amount of the transaction was EOWPMENT
37c of nearly washed out road NEW
stage a comeback. This, together not disclosed.
U CANS I They were sending car Inlandto \
with the acreage which growers' LInwood Mooney attorney for Charles MavA Jack Gipson
Deland, Sanford and Or-
l ; t r, 400 U-S.P. Units Vitamin D, Today's Milk Today were able to transplant and replant lando, and back toward the the estate said the sale was 318 E. Fourth St. Garage Apt
Per Pint makes the outlook for a made through Mary Ferry Shan\
Produced "
I ... p.ka aU..1G., ......, ...GQ good tomato crop much brighter. East Coast again non, widow of the late publisherand Just West of Dr. Parker1 Office

i mdP. "Last Friday's rainfall of 1.81 o executrix: of the estate and

SULTANA Past adIn Inches proved' very beneficial. A veritable flood of requests for J. p, Cochrane, executor.
\ I' Growers are also replanting Stuart Fishing Guides I* being Perry announced that Charles

RED BEANS Can: 12c Mart' squash and watermelons, thougha lecelved from members of the Francis Coe would serve as pub- MASS M.. rout IsTesiA .
__ L report on acreage devoted to Outdoor Writer of America,consisting lisher for the three papers The NOlsa wmv? t tl/AOD btAaN c.lKQVgt.. acLIVc[' WHAT
Sara of 750 of the nation' Palm Beach Post, The Palm GI"o A Mt0T A500Pf
"' ENCORE MACRON! OR s ''ry this crops Is not available at A LOW O
time"Work writer on outdoor subjects -t Beach Times and the Sunday Vow E STUART

:, SPAGHETTI/;. 9c O. Box 1042 Stuart on two new packinghouses many of whom have requested Post-Times. FEED STORE
copies after the association'smonthly
on the Fort Pierce State
{p 1 ANN PAGE BOSTON STYL WITH PORK Fanners' Market Is progressing bulletin stated that STATE CONVENTIONOF e fWV Ana Osvc+mAtulJAC
I satisfactorily. The first will be were available. the'-I TAXPAYERS TO
: I. .
'II fi BEANS 2 ct 6a 2Sc FOE INFANTSALFAR under roof this week: and framing ,i aaln' MEET IN ORLANDO.

la going up on the second Word was received this I ,
I :' SUNNYFIELD MIL! week from the Manatee Pocket: Chamber of Commerce Survey

area about the heedless and Traces Florida .. ,
: \: PANCAKE FLO Bo=x 12c The Best M. ey Ca sy needless killing of pelicans,II DollarsA The Employee-of-this store- with the best of luck hour
sea gull and other water birdsIn
desire to thank the friends .
BUYAlfarCrj* Bo 3 former associate Jack Martin. Jack has assumed
the -Including the out- statewide convention of tax.payers
. 11 JEWEL 1-LB. CTN. 3 and neighbors for the many acts area March the duties of Railway Express Agent, taking the pita
of-season shooting of wild has been set tot
of sympathy and love shown
-lb. Alaric Johnson. .
of Mr.
: 1 4S cry during the Illness and death of ducks from a motorboat.These 14 at Orlando tQ draft a program -

I t.t.SHORTENING. tn.- WEST P SEA our beloved husband and father offenses Involve the breaking for "fairer administration You will save money byfnakinC'your purchases hen

I 4S8 MRS. :BOSS!!: GERMAN of federal laws set up to protect of present taxes and more efficient Then if you croak you vf U hajfc money to five to Jill'relaJive.

t\\ JANE PARK R BAKERY TREATS I Mining Dr. Phone 7171 MR. and MRS. EARL o migratory wildlife. expenditures of presentrevenues' ..
: DARE and JEAN DARE. it was announced' here
Pkg.\f The Florida State Chamber of this week by the Florida Taxpayers
;i .. Commerce Is embarking on two Association. Atomic Trio (J/Q/m/ of :
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r RAISIN COFFEE CAKE 13-Vji. 29c legislative aim act to free '"We urge taxpayers In every
-r't-----ea. ., highways of roaming cattle In city and county of the state to Every Man Has His |inion and No Man Has Ik
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DATE GEM COOKIES, 14-oz. pkg. 29c "J J J all counties still allowing the be sure they are represented at Right To Deny Him/u .

-- I )t'' IwfWVdJi practice, and a new law to require this convention by Joining with If You Want ing See the Atomic Tn
v BAR CAKE, Assorted Flavors .29c automobile owner to their fellow citizen In this nonpolitical -
IYASM-FRtt! Mtdy.fJltfM1 "establish financial movement which
responsibility began
If You WanV'Anything no'S the Atomic Tr
r l 7 Vl' IIMl'SAVIN'! for their highway' behavior," 15 years ago," the Association **

CRISP BERG In other wo. ds, to carry liability said.ulunuuunummunuunuuuuuunl. /We Can Gel It For You!

i CELERY LETTUCE JOIN THE LEGIONOF Insurance.BACKACHE. The Stuart Feed Store Is 00 per cent Back of tilt

LARGE 17c2ICE 2 31cU. Palm City News Chamber of Commerce.Stuart .

By ANNA B.DATiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiii

It POTATOES 10 1 0 39c I On Friday evening at 6:30February : Feed StoreKENNETH

ty are Invited to attend a.rather1 .
5c THAT and Sons' dinner given
LB. BELEFRubonNEURA'BALM for them by the women of the

I evening will be ,enJoyed

BROCCOLI CARROTS JOINT THBflFTY Everyone In the community Is
I Invited and It Is hoped all who Notice

t'r BUNCH 29c 2 BUNCHES 19c I GET THE PL SAjfr HABIT 1. the PE it woonit can enjoy possible the come fun. will be thereto to TaxpayersCity

01SHOPEUNG f Notice of the marriage of Miss

LATINO Patsy Duke of Orlando to Cal-
CHOOSE A& P AA GRADE MEATS f ties stirs ee of StuartYOUR
..Gai.do.. lib vin Mayo, also of Orlando, has
ROUND OR SIRLOIN 4 b-k soNewrob" been'received here. The cere-
mony took place at Coo: p. m.

STEAK POU ND. 69c be o an February 13, at the coal Memorial COUNTY ASSESSOR, MR. A. C.. COUR-
it ow vai he"-d
gel church In Orlando. The
-- "bud. r"d terd
4 MEATY BEEFCHUCK .0. M a 16e. bride Is the daughter of Mrs. J SON, IS NOW RECEIVING

I ANTHONY'SGrocery 6.e. led ...d. I% 1wabsecat. A. Pitt of Orlando. The groom
i ROAST L16- 45c edotiis rd '" 1 Ia the only ton of Mr. and Mrs.E. .

". ------ N.tv.6.lt.N.N.bein. .L. Mayo of near Orlando, who Applications for homestead exemption.
is \
s"d e.id.a
MILK FEDVEAL a. tie... io .eotbte. .,t awe ..rwe r at one time lived In Stuart and
ER l u..d Palm Applications for :widow'* and disability efr
City. Beat wishes of
i w I'm wsi I.s"d ttl sad., all
CHUG ROAST 47c w..ed ,. ...
.r ttr at.a Pw friends and relative here are
LB. Economy ...h.1 bane,. wselr emption.
4 tomt extended to them for their future -
"I LEAN PORK 11.3 happiness.. Calvin Mayo Is Returns of tangible /ersonal operty.

HOME OWNED FRIENDLY OPERATED the brother of Mrs. Henry Crews Returns of intangibll
FRESH PICN S .. 29c 101 8. Akron Ave. WI DELIVER Telephone 141 NEURA'BALM'S and Mrs. S. L. Crews. persoiftal property
Mr. and Mrs. Filing of !fotXomestead
--- ---- t wv inicr noM ACHU AMI MN Clzek of application Exemptio
FRESH CAUGHT I Blnghampton. N. Y. and Lake- in his office .will ale tiruU application for

land were the guests over the exemption from Mu pal Tax and his office
r MULLET 29c week end of Mr. Clzek' sister will attend to the a fission of all applicaliooe
UNDS. Mrs Frank Kozelka. They are to the Municipal A ,

i SHRIMP. OY RS, CRAWFISH wintering Lakeland and may
l Separate
applic / on fol Widow' and Disability
come further south another win- ,
w C.:W. Instant eetheart:.. s I1lUJ tl Exemptions muJT be HledLvith i his office) and also

I COFFEE, 4-ox. Jar. 7c P, 2_bars n,. ..19cAPennWindow fi ter.Mr..'and Mr*. Victor Conkfln with your Ci Assessor,

Wo bur y's AND :'1 I are the ten-day guest of a Tangible Personal Prop Return must h*

CLEANER, 20-01. b ,21c SOA bar _. IOe < friend from California, enjoying filed both at the city ball WI. the'city tax assessor
'h' "
Pickle Patch, Mix Dill / !@ (S ft MID a water cruise in his boat. In southern and at the court house with tl. county tax assessor,
They expect to go to the
2-lb. or 10
Suprem bag a per cent
penalty will as-
:r PICKLES, 22-ox. j i .2Oe added to your
SOAP POWDER _______-37e Bahamas and Cuba and other Moment. This U in accords With the tax ItwiLegislature.
SOFT A SUK "In season" mid-Jane points of Interest.' adopted at the 1M1 session of Per*
or out, 'd.F.b will
or always
CAKE FLOUR ,. ,330 Bright Sail ry you The many friends here of Mr*. tonal property consists of hontehW stocks

i 4oz.. box BLEACH, qt; tI. 'h' l1c find the finest of fresh fruit and nr ble t our outstanding pro- Elisabeth:\ Taylor ,were hocked: of merchandise, boat,. airplane: goods mowers,
b>y the new of her:sudden death in power
Pillsbury 10-oz.. pk,. duce department.The ),vast week.Mrs Taylor,when enjoying types of tangible' personal property.

FLOUR, lo-lb. b r _87c OAKITE .1Oc I.. good health in former Intangible personal Property return must La

SWIFTS Starch years, wax a worker here with filed only with the County Tax Assessor
Laundry ,
ream of the crop" both I, all and from out T3e sources
... __ Palm City women at their ,
,CLEANSER, 2 cane .230 UNIT. 12-01. box 12c W. urge
i la found Club and Aid and often attend Tax your Cooperation Itf attending to 10111

SUNNYFIELD WHOLE KERNEL CORN 1 ed the church,'socials,, etc. She ht Ie matter the before the deadliDe. Remember, April
was a willing worker and will wt day on'wblch to file., 110 please file
FLOUR NIB LETS AT early and avoid the .peri-
be missed by many friend In owed delay which is always
during the
this last week.

10'Bag. ___ 7Sc 2 Cans..ar 29c 'The Complete Food StoreCROMER'S at A the family home gathering of Mr. and was Mrs.held i. TAXES Pay DELINQUENT Now AFTER MARCH 31st

t IMf Earl Market on Thursday evening and Avoid Penalties

f Feb. 13, honoring the birthdayof

MARKET Mrs. Annette Market ,now UB.EURIT"City
visiting there ,
I TBK UP TO DATE STORE Mr. and Mrs W. B, Wallaceof

wi DELIVER PRONE M Tuscon Anions were visitorsat Tax

WHERE SERVICE the, home last week of his Assessoril'
COUNTS WE WIN brother and family, B. R. Wallace -

Palm City Farm Since I

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