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 27, 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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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WORKERS'TO I Stuart Wins_ Indian River Conference. Tourney USCG AUXILIARY State is Buying ,


Stuart will lay aside its twaddling clothes tomorrow PUTTING MAIL ON Camp Murphy

|D CROSS HERE ALL CONFERENCE and at least in one form of progress *- assume the role NIGHT/ TRAINS HEREOn ; 3-DAY CRUISECapt.

of a city! For, Saturday morning, new employees at the '
---" Stuart post office will inaugurate a mail delivery service request of the superintendent Land For Park i'i'IJ

er At Chllholm'l TOo Titusville Bowed 27 for the firtt time in the history of Martin county, j of railway mail ,at H. C. Beckman In IJ
to, 19
orrow Kick.ff For In Saturday' Final It U human nature to be slow to' accept change of I Jacksonville as transmuted by Charge of Ordaining ;

*4,000 Mondayity Tilt I old, established custom Human inerita U probably one Stuart peel efice i the local Crew From Three i governor: Millard Caldwell;;: and hill Cabinet Tuesday ,+
of the commonest forms of laziness, and procrastinationis police department will discontinue Counties '
;; ; : approved< purchase of,Camp Murphy at Hobe Sound 16
'OIU'Purred by
probably more prevalent in the tropics than in colder putting mall on the : )
Stuart High's hustling basketball 1 miles south of here, for vine as a State Park, and allocatedan
Samuel W Traylor, chair. climes. northbound night train No. ?6. :, Members of the Coast Guard
additional i '
team turned back a tired $28,500.to meet the federal government' assessed .
and Mr*. Iran Hupfel, Gorman Titusville five 27-19 Saturday However after months olappeall) to the civic prideof The railway mail luperin- auxiliaries of Martin, St Lucie! valuation price, according to the Associated PreyS/!

will begin a 10dayfor night at the local gym to cop the resident to cooperate with' the city in properly numbering tendent has asked that the ,, and Indian River counties are An allocation of $50000 pre- l) '
$4,000 next Monday,, Indian River Conference championship houses in order to meet the requirement of the practice be topped and that being organized this week to j ---" ---------- -' vlously had ben made for'purchase i

:hl -a Tilting 'climax to U, S, post office department for a valuable free serviceto the mall be deposited In the' i form three 'crews to man three GETS buildIngs ,
of 7.939
and 44
e 1941 pre-drlve dinner willeld Coach Chuck Kindred', first the people of the community ONLY ABOUT ONE post office stating that railway (3-foot Coast Guard vessels td KICKLITER G TE acres ,

I at Chlsholm'i at $;SO year as mentor of the local l eager FOURTH of the residences in Stuart have NEW house mall clerks' en No. 76 have be taken from Fort Meyers to at the camp. Roads and pub-

., night with Dr. C. B.: *, Stuart advanced to the number frequently been unable to ort Charleston. Division Vice Cap-, lic utilities on the property also }4
:Icy of West Palm Beach as final with a thrilling 39-21 win' WHETHER OR NOT YOU DESIRE TO HAVE MAIL and hand-stamp the mall In tain H. C Beckman of Stuart BOARD'S THANKS will be transferred to the State '

clpal speaker over the seeded Melbourne green- DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME it i i. imperative that you time to make connections, resulting has been placed In charge by Apparently acting to clear the 4

[embershlp will be stressed les Saturday afternoon In a lake down the old numbers and/replace them with the new In delay An average Gleason /Stanbaugh!\ of West Palm FOR DRIVE TASK way for the State purchase the ,It I
e 1947 campaign," said Miss fast game that was: undecided numbers set up by the committee renumbering, the of Its letters per night have Beach, fifth division ..captain. Federal Farm Mtg Corp, of i '

Shackelford, executive until the last\ minute of play town. It should be done a* a matter of civic: pride if for been going north via a wicker The flotilla members from I Columbia, S, C. Is advertising I

>tary, who advised that nail Friday,night Stuart eliminated no other reason/, It should not be necessary to have a city' basket In the fire station asa Stuart, Fort Pierce and Vero 1648 acres. of land in the area 1
I headquarters la urging\ all Cocoa without much trouble ordinance passed requiring such Compliance, courtesy from the police department Beach will go aboard the vessel President French Name In a public notice In today's. k'
lit and all member of f amto 32-28 Titusville, also advancingthe Residents of colored town have cooperated almost 100 'which has placed I Sunday at For t:.crcc, .take themto I Director To Special News.
annual hard the mail aboard the north Jacksonville and be returned CommitteesThe -- F
take out the $1 way outplayed a cent it reported.The I
ibershlp -- in addition! to smooth Eau!: Oallie aggregation per bound "'midnight train" for : here by planes while aiding the i I

campaign for larger contrlons. Friday night 41-37, and went on the local houses post office The had Jaycee nothing committee to do with volunteeredmany renumbering the past 10 ,ea.... I short-handed Coast Guard the Board of Directors of mi/' LEADER IN ;

In ease where $1 each to defeat the favored Vero Beach civilians will also be in training Martin County Chamber of Commerce
iiimiiMimmmiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiimiiiiSAILFISHERSTO I
mate hours to aid the city in setting up the new, system ;
ubscribed for each member five Saturday afternoon 28-22 for future emergencies. It was I'I '
each Monday night formally
for 25 feet along street
of numbers --< one every r
;Individual Red Cross with Mendel and Futch making stated WOMEN'S CLASS j
family -and the CORRECT numbers were published in the Stuart : passed a resolution thanking L. ,
s will be Issued to each perartln the difference for the winners'' New for your convenience. If you don't like your new Among those indicating their I C, Klckliter for leadership In ,
A packed house saw Stuart is Intention to go from here are the 1 1947 funds raising campaign tit
numbei GET IT DONE! Tomorrow
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County Chapter of the successfully throttle the ram-\ tb'e last,day I anyway REORGANIZE AT I Leland and Arnold Bauer, ). D. I President Price French nam- A new leader !in the women '

Cross has been particularly paging Mendel and Futch Sat- Gray, James K Burnette, Von ed Director Harry Hutto to assist division of Stuart Sailfish Club I I
night In the finals and ,_"e' __-- Web 1 1947 tournament
t In service help to veter- urday Jourdan, Ordway. Don Manager H. J). Kraft in completing was establish
tiding hospitalization of hold the losers scoreless In the' SAILFISH1NG CRAI TASKED COURT HOUSE Wright Jack Coleman, Chet Ho- the drive, Directors A. 8. ed Wednesday when Mrs Bone *I '
of World War I and II, and second quarter and to two pointsin CELEBRATION IN I TO SLQW DOWN I man and Lorenzo Volrath, with Blair. Harvey Homlar Suttt of 360 East 55th Street, '
lug in the securing of veter- the third, The Howard brothers i CapU ,Beckman in charge, i ward Mapp were named uEd a New York, entered an 8-foot,

penslont.n and Kramer were sparkplug Winter,'resident members of Prospective Ballplayer\ Invited .! special committee to push a request '%" -Inch salUlsh ""I,)

this year's program !Ia a of the local attack, i FORT PIERCE ON the, Sailfish Club; who 'own To Attend Session DR. JOHN TIGERT.U. I to Martin county commission Her fish retires the 8foot.1.>\ ',! '' ,,

s of home nursing classes In a ceremony after the game\ homes at Post Bewail, brought! i OF F. PRESIDENTTO for $2,500 aid from the Inch former Women' leader entered I' }
Winkle Saunders and Ernie SPEAK HERE : by Juanita Talbot I
hlch a registered Red Cross county
to the attention of the New today -
will teach In the Rlcou received the winner' tro-: -OFFTIPENINB I I Mrs. Suttii catch was' made I
se outlying : the fact (hat moored pleasure A reorganization meeting of Dr John Tigertpresident of Cecil Johns and Leslie Bartlett -
rlcts. phy and runner-up trophy from craft In the area between Stuart Jaycees Sallflsher base be t were appointed to confer I from Cecil Johns' cruiser "Opah" ;I 1 ito
the University of Florida, will
W C. Chlnn president of the Indian :' County- 'j Hell Oat Point and Sunrise Inn' ball club will be held at the the guest speaker at the annual with Htghbee it Wortham relative with Capt. Leon W. Carman The
River Conference, and presented Martin Group Expects and endangered to construction party released two tails kept -f
iTlEAWfATETOJJRNEY are being damaged county court house at 8 o'clock completing
Home-coming: Day of the First
T them to the respective to Attend March by heavy swells thrown tonight Th season will open of of the remodeled chamberbuilding I two--and hooked two that were '
Baptist church Stuart Sun-
Ed Howard for the
captains, A Event sallflshlng lost ) '
by fast-moving '
up April 6 1 -
day, March 1C
and Futch for the
Champ Doug
runners-up. Chinn presentedgold Wllfo-5,:*\!>jaonitet, Southern craft- .,. c. .' J ."Alt member* of last 'year's The pastor; Phil Maxwell, said Bert Krutfer and Kenneth: ;
lines team ball that former and Ctiirimell were named on a com- I't
basketballs to the following Celebration Mooring an being broken and any other player today pastor HUDSON HEADS ;
barbecue and a -
style Interested requested to have been invited and mittee with Ernest Lyons to I
members of Stuart's championship mauling; and piling and docks badly; are members I
at Fort Pierce the ? build study the fishing Guide and
"come out and help an- special arrangements are bring ,
art Basketball Aggrega- team: Ed Howard. Wells' event completion of the Flor- shaken one resident said, requesting I other winning team The Sail- made to honor the charter members make suggestions as to the number i BOYSCOUTDRIVE '1

ion Threat At Orlando Lamar Howard Greene Leach Kramer,, Ida Cast l Coast Railway' new,' that .the tallflshlng Usher copped the pennant 1* at a covered dish dinnerto of copies to be published for I
Roberts, Bowden Henry
Meet Cut-off. linking the rich agricultural boats slow down from,Hell GaM, the South-Olades-Coast league I, be served following the 11 a. m next season I

ind.Matheson. area around Lake Okee- to the first marker south 'ilast I season, service I A special meeting of the
II Stuart basketball ,
player Gold basketballs were also pre- chobee with the main line on Martin County Quota Is $1- t
ch Chuck Kindred and Man- __ _. '. .. Chamber to which the public U fl
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sented to the 1847 all-conference -- -- -
: the coast wul DO observed. Saturday 350 Towards $27,000
It Mancll left at noon Wed- team selected by the coaches and {I Invited will be held at the Worman" 1
lay to participate in the ,. announced by Chinn; McCor-, A,large March Martin 8th, county groups SOUTHERN BELL FIRM ASKS RR. COMMISSION t I Club at I o'clock Tuesday Council GoalD r
night, March 15 with Kenneth I
State Basketball Tournat mick,.' Eau Oallie, Capt.. Jones expected to attend the: event. I 8 Hudson in Martin county j
Stlmmell and' Ronald Cross In
> for the 5ta District at Or- Eau: Oallie,', Futch Titusville, ALLOW TELEPHONE RATE HIKE IN STATEIlllllillillllllllllhill.i.luulllIIIIhI111I111 '
lo and The new rail link, designed TO: charge of the program, chairman of the annual .,fund t
Friday Rodrlguet:!" Cocoa, McNlcholas,' to provide shippers in the Glades I drive for the Gulf Stream doun- ,
rda, of this week. -- ----- ------ Capt Toley Engebretsen was Id
Melbourne, Rymer. Vero Beach ;
area with greatly Improved service I ; / ell of Boy Scouts for the annual j
h* netters, fresh from win- Shelton, Cocoa, Detters, Mel- cuts the rail distance from' Wage Increases Building and Material Costs Pushing appointed as waterways representative budget of $27,000, Martin county
th* Indian River tourney bourne, Ed and Lamar Howard, the Lake Okeechobee district'to Expenses tp Fatter Than Revenue Company Say Earnings SMALL INCREASE HERE I of the chamber. hare of the total Is $1350, Ij'r ,
e high hope of 'bringing Stuart.A Lowest In History i I Bert Krueger was appointedto '
the main line of the Florida East An advertisement& In today' A. O. Kanner, council 1 1I I't'
ie the bacon." Because of greatly Increased( Wages and higher costs of material work with the chamber I repre It
trophy( was presented to the Coast Railway by 120 miles, or News details the proposed sentativefrom Stuart, stated t
Melbourne girls' team which from 152 mile over the old and building!! construction, the Southern Bell Telephone and { J increased rate In the special committee on widening that an additional field executive 'I I
SPITAL AUXILIARY Telegraph Company today asked authority to raise rates In Florida the old Dixie highway, and
took the conference title from I branch via New Smyrna Beach Stuart area According to I ulll be employed this fear to I
ARS to meet the Increased costS of service and to enable the Leslie Bartlett was named to the
FUND REPORT providing
the previously undefeated Titus to only 30 mile over the new Manager A. S. Dobhn. of the serve the four counties in this
ville girls In a rough and tumble trackage to Fort Pierce Company to Improve and expand service in pace wlh:: the state's Fort Fierce area office told special committee 'to'push! a section Martin St. Lucle. Indian ( i
embers of the Martin County; game decided In the last minute economic development.In The News that the Increase direct bridge to the ocean beach. River and Okeechobee He _,,, iIj
Pltal board of director: were a petition filed with the produce all the added revenue i ,II
when Knecht sank a twopointerfor MOOSE CANDIDATESARE requested would amount to Ernest Lyons reported -on till set up headquarters in Fort i }
ted to the monthly meeting to make the INITIATED Florida Railway Commission that current costs Indicate is 4te month bu.l- ; t
the winners only per on magazine and newspaper pub- Pierce April 1 and devote full
he Women' Auxiliary Mon- final score 28-28 The Melbourne Eleven candidate from Stuart the Company said Its expensesin needed but that it hoped that nets Individual lines, with no ;stories time to aiding communities in r ; 4(
/flight to hear progress roof into the this state had climbed 181% Its operating experience under licity which have benefited
girl defeated the Cocoa girls were Initiated Loyal Increase In residence Individual the promotion of scouting. I/
ts the, fund campaign team 14-9 Friday afternoon to Order of the Moose'at a Joint since 1940, while- reveriue In- the requested rates would prove lines, and ooly lie per the Stuart area, and resigned .1 The Rotary and Kiwanis clubs n /
ch: the Auxiliary i II conduct- 'advance to the finals. session of Stuart, Vero and Fort creased only 129%.During this them to be sufficient. It was month more for all two to as publicity director be- : are now sponsoring troops here ,

The Titusville' team was pre. Pierce lodge at Fort Pierce dame period, total payroll further stated that the total four party IIn rouse of pressure of other work,! A new cub troop Is being organIzed I t 't 4
in'under discussion was a tented the basketball used In Tuesday night Stuart degree cost Increased 243%, The overall Increase would be. only by Al Shrlgley and the Girl
IUJ project designed to keep, the tournament as a sportsman\) team officiated and was praised Company aald it had 8.600 employees about 10\%% of Southern Bell miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiphone ROTARIANS CHANGE Scout troops are steadily increasing -
M from the Martin County ship award. They were selectedfor for Its work by Leo W. Ryan, of providing service in total revenue In\ the state I: service have remAined: MEETING DAY FOR in numbers There ls an ever- -e, '

try' available to hospital the honor by, the two officials Bradford, Pa., Supreme Governor Florida. I' "The Company is doing a larger I the same and long distance rates NEXT WEEK ONLY present need for volunteer workers ,
'"it*. A committee will be Al Mutart and Rocky of the Moose, who poke at The rate Increase for local volume of business than everbefore" I have even been reduced." with these youth groups officials he
" flied by Mr. Carroll Dunsbe riammia, of Cocoa who did an the session service would I br-on a 'SlidingMale I ,A. B. Dooley, Florida I: Mr Dooley pointed out that The Stuart Rotary club will stated in urging adul-s ''He'ilfj '

' Auxiliary president, to exceptionally floe Job in relereelng depending on the size of i Manager for Southern Bell said ,' telephone wage rates alone for' meet Thursday of next week tq devote more time as well 4 hey
k Out details the entire series R. S. GAME BOARD MEETS locality The Company I Ia also I "but our earnings have dropped I' Florida had Increased by $.788784 ,- Instead of Wednesday as District as'money to these character 1 '

'11. D. 8. Hudson and Miss Hill was official timer and War- There will me a meeting of asking authority to increase long to a dangerously low point. This I since March 1945, on an annual Governor Guy will pay his building organizations < :
II Stevens are, the .icom-' ren Shlpe official scorer. the Game and Fresh Water Fish distance,rate on moat call ha resulted from the fact that I I basis, adding that the costs official visit! to the club on that 4-e'C I' I
tee.ln> charge of arrange- In another preliminary came Commission at the' Roosevelt within the state by,S cents. The' wages and other .cost have gone : of erecting buildings have Jumped day The visiting/ dignitary will ;
>t Ie for a memorial which the Friday afternoon the Melbourne Hotel in Jacksonville on Friday Company stated that the requested steadily upward during recent,, 75 %" to 100%, and the over furnish the program at the THE -WEATHER ; se l :

lllary will erect to the mem- (Continued from Page Fourteen) March 7, at, 10, a, m rate_Increase.-would-, not :years, while rate for local tele- :('-_(Continued_;page I: Three/ )___ _, -luncheon----meeting. "".. resnt.d 5>i ;it ,
ot 5Z: J.:. :! ,, t
the late Dr, V. W,,Burns, ru"W h (HMmc

r further to them material at the was meeting.turned I NATION'S .SPORTS WRITERS; RECOGNIZE STUART'S FISHINGOnce also Hull J.t..T M__,, ._.... Mon...41....... ,' 11 r0

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URISTS OBSERVE more the nation' hunt- No. 1" U a Florida 'aallfishlng '.rq* ray biggest moment In; j:turned this January to enjoy caught sail with Herman Relt;' praised The Lighthouse rendei- ,0.5..., 51' .. '".",.... s1. u
so IT as
KTHDAYS OF ,GUESTS Ing and fishing wrltera are extolling resort. Florida water, from Stuart to quail shooting sallflshlng and of Stuart and with; Tom Mul vous where fishermen rally of mh, s5 75 I tr.A '

SUPPER MEETING the virtues of Stuart asa Joe Godfrey, Jr",. former fishIng Key West la the blue marlln ."I fresh water fishing. lens New York sportsman who an evening to lie about their re5. .i M' U 11"ss_ + ,
recreation center, editor of the Chicago Times:I. "Outdoor Unlimited," official Camp had a day hunting on brought his de luxe fishing piscatorial prowess, Is under new r..1I. ..,_.. .II It

Tourist club observed In magazines and newspaper and co-founder with I* H. Dor- ,publication of &the Outdoor Writer Jan 28 a* guest of Harry Dyer, cruiser here during their visit' management and better than INCHES IN RAINFALL I

bdaya of guests at a supper throughout the country the word say of Th Sportsman' Club of Association of'America, composed president of Stuart Sailfish Club, Both writer wrote dally ever' Jerry Smith how runs M... '
,ting at the civic. center last"ndar Stuart ha now become lynony- America, ha listed Stuart as of some 750 of the natron' with Jim Pomeroy, John Law and column with. Stuart, datelines the place and his chef,know .
evening, At one table: moos with Florida' best tallflshtng the place In Florida to come fors4ilfislt. writer on outdoors subjects U O.: Unman, of Stuart and while here. Here are typical lead his way around the kitchen. l'---w----' -, .- j

for 12. a !center piece of -and 10(1or\ hits nation' Theclub furnishes contain !In Ita February Bill Pate and Ronald Atkinson of from their columns: The seafood served i Ia top ," r
**n and a beautiful! cab top fishing writer have resumed: 'specific ,Information on' a, national edition an invitation from' Stuart West Palm Beach. TRULUNOEB.: : There I II better CAMP "No angler would ever THE 'TIDES -

heandlei made,* gala 'oc"W their' pre-war treks to this area basis to Its fishermen and to the group which will hold A* guest of J.rry'SlII1th of The and cheaper fishing oft Stuart. have opportunity to get boredIn

1 'for Mr*, Bert Smltto and to tell at fir,,' hand about the) ,hunting membership Its 1M7 convention In' Florida Lighthouse and Bill ,Green the This lallflshlng mecca the best this fishing resort, for If you .. .-+
r niece Mis Mettteton of Hew salt water game (fishing oft, this I, ,S. ,Kip Farrington Jr, well this June ... a* well a* an offerto New York fishing writer flew in on Florida' coast hasn't'been get tired of reef hating or off. Kick end .kw ....... (or II LiMte. .....'
*. whaeanalvwsares'were[ port, known fishing writer for' Field send ''a Stuart Fishing/ Guide Green's amphibian to Blua Cypress quite ao .hot to date,this season shore fishing you can fish Inside I.., .-ii, o..u, ..dl.,1+P.1.5 r.rOtt.<4 1 Bund..hoar J:tuns.r. at.am .:
1 together. In recant weeks Stuart ha A Stream! frequently mention to each of the member ) Lake, where flyrod fishing --but everybody gets a fish or the inlet, and if this pall, you tee hlO ..4 I twit SIr ,....-
his' of Florida ''Hlgh'pofnt of' season' for from two dally" Commenting on the can the river onto one of w ....
musical .ptecram consisted come into UM spotlight again.In Stuart.in, account this crappie was enjoyed go up r
'Oect selection* by'Kennetlj an "American Fishing and HuntIng big -garnet fishing, and ha fishing publicity was the visit to the plane. $59 rate here a* compared the many lake for oversized ....s. r.ia. ff'- ,3

ell,tenor and a MUMkiMn Directory: ,," compiled by Don an article in the February edition Stuart of Raymond Camp, In company with Ray Tr u higher price to the south; Trul- large-mouth black baa and tremendous .k. It ,ties' 'i.t toi tilt
i by Ml**, HarrtMO. and ald aHUlmao,of the New>York of the American\ Legion )(a- editor,of' the Wood. Field ,aStrsam ger, who write "Hook and Bullet linger said: Th fishing vacationist cripple. ." N... I ,* 11. tJ. ass IOMMV :
Omen on New tile York World is certain of better fishing I ,... 5d4: 5,45. IM4 54
column the York for New
Dorothy ... Omnitclty I4srald-Tribunerrlth the aid of gaUn entitled "Speed Queen Mar. I .. 4JI; 41 ).U1 1 |IT
* With MIll Tones et the top-notch national fishing' ,experts of the Gulf Stream, which begins -: Times7- 'a: frequent visitor In I Telegram Camp enjoyed a,day' off Stuart and for less money Both writer were' guests at M.,1'-1 .. MT' MI ?|lt4l n.111MW. t'
"ft; Pas followed by dancing Stuart has received Mpot : "The fish- that have given'Stuart before the war r-who nV ,Mllflshlng; and both, whiten than farther! aouth. ," He also the Pelican Hotel : 4 tae tit ,tae<44, 1555 Jl4T {ill



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I ; I Science Lecture Given In Stuart February 911 IT IS ECONOMY'TO HOME't' REPAIR, Y( I

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Science SEE
human eon. sun rises. We reject this evidence A case that earn to my attention terfeit When one really knows or l-M: Christian SpMt;
eliminated from olVme Mind
'A Lecture God Infinite.
r I j order to some time age may be used to Illustrate realm the spiritual tact, his a*
I In other ways. lives
lOiOu...... The process of removing many Ood Idea, really
must what I have 'just\ said. A Christian to at one *lth Cod, divine hence man t
ttis false and restoring the true talus believe In ImmorWiUty one reject thought and ba his being a. i Infinite, REPAIR And BUILDING NEEDS '
with his Individual moves
CD, of Individual -he material genes evidence lhnt"mar Scientist, while traveling Mini and his knowing to conscious--
place. on the canvas omnlVr-seBt, spiritual

Christian Science human consciousness and the proc.u. Is a mortal, tar being this same having evidence a material some with acute friends appendicitis.was suddenly He ,Clad called Thto! divine reflection knowing'of Ood to the knowing law of fIlM, Tb.'I really to the only puce OUR AIM is p SE
Is entirely mental, that Is, spiritually 'be, the only placehe ever
member of the who wasa and has the omnipotence man can :
mental declares that man dies and returnsto on a God In operation : will be. The man
No ChrUtlen Christian Science practitioner, to of God with It Consequently ha been, or ever
critic's knowledge of duet or Individual
Entitled As the to an
this denial of help him as the pain was so severe! It must be effective. When of Ood creating
art enabled him to detect to willing accept I This uwU-
genuine I consciousness.
Christian Sciences the spurious nature of the super mans Immortality, and so, as soon that he seemed unable either to case correctly analysts and Ui* spiritual to not aspirate

and to discover and as such a one appears to die, tl"ChrlJtlanfPjO i think tor himself or to read the tale. beliefs an replaced through vISual consciousness divine Mind
imposed picture ,
Scientific Restoration bring to light the original master >Ct.l the material serum Bible and Science and Healtn. Now the realisation of the true, spiritual and apart from Infinite manifestation. -, Casa LuitCo
I did not start from the law of but to it* individualized
material. treatment to
so It was Mrs. Eddy's spiritualmlndednees evidence that man to returning the practitioner facts, the by Mrs.
piece of Good'
b of a fearful, sick, to that case and In -Unity
y her understanding of I to dust and liulMs that man the standpoint God as applied "M condousnes -
But : sufleilng man In great need of heal be effectuaL Irrespective of Eddy we read (p. It),
immortaL why
and must
her to detect the Is spiritual
that IsOodian '
Thomas E. Hurley, C.S.B. Ood spurious, nature of the so-called material wait till man Is declared( dead before mg On the contrary, he Insisted the material sense evidence both the ( to Mind; and not Mind* Suiteoon.clousness I I. Still Doing Best To SypPly YouWaterfront 1

of Louisville, Kentucky cre.tlon and to discover and recognliing his true being as spiritual that right when this mental ptoturo practitioner and patient should understand ; Infinite This and consciousness\ U PHONE

reveal to mankind the present reality tad immortal? If he 1s spiritual, Was presented, right then and there thto and Insist on It. .'
!mr.i..1 sew ..... d L'-"I. rM In His the reflected In Individual conscious.ness
and immortal Is) one Instance, he perfect God and perfect man Error or animal magnetism, ,
,.. ..... 'k..... n. van o-k .1 of Ood genuine spiritual em or man, whose sauce to
t ( In His lateness.I must be so in tin other What poxslble I likens was the omnipresent and suppositional opposite of Christian, I 1' -
lion including man to'no really _
100,1 erwur. .r ._ m.r.a..a where the Infinite Mind. Then
t Truth which bests to there for thinking that only fact of being Right Science, claims to oppose and denyIt
I This final revelation of consciousness.\
the material sense evidence regardIng material senses wen presenting the and would deny the effectiveness finite mind, no Unit
)I' printed In full a Mrs. Eddy denominated Christian man .la true when he Is alive but mental picture of man as 'material, of Christian Science treatment Con. So we see the only place man really

iic.ure, on Christian Bcleneewitch Science provides you' and me and all fake when be to dead? Even In our fearful diseased, and In gnat pain, eequently the student must be alert\ to, ever has been, or ever will be to Propertied
scientific, I : and Individuality
with the truly
mankind Identity
human court, the minute Vilniusperjures right there the ever-present fact was that he In no wise consent to any In his Ood-glven
WAS delivered In Stuait.i method of restoration by which all himself on single point his that man as Ood's Idea was wholly such denial Sometime when no as spiritual consdoutnesa.\

Sunday February I, 1947 by problems claiming presence In and human whole testimony may be rejected. I, spiritual, fearless, 'healthy; painless, immediate change or Improvement' He to established,, fixed, and held Along the Indian and \iuclr raver, and Bob, Sow> I
be solved
experience may Therefore would It not be wise to manifesting .only the qualities of, \In the material evidence follows the I hen by spiritual law throughout Ocean Ptontoc

1 thorna.' E. Hurley, C S. B. of I by which one may scientifically reject the whole of material sense harmonious being treatment, then to a strong temptation eternity. Furthermore men,, understanding

L'HiVile, ] Kentucs/ The lec- work out his own salvation here and evidence as false when we. Inherently It wan clearly realised! that Ood to consent to the suggestionthat thto, knows what and when

Christian now: know that the denial of minis tm- Spirit never made matter. Consequently the treatment has not been his right place II, so to never Ignorant b
ni'i e via !given at wia the Is UeTi there wan no material body undecided, or contused about It '.
The Final Revelation and I mortality a effectuaL The moment one admits I la '
\. H hmtc Church and was attend. Itevelalor i To return U) our Illustration of the i In which disease! could originate, ex. that the treatment to not effective In his Individuality as spiritualconsciousness >

otl by capacity audience. The masterpiece: if the art critic had 1st, or develop: In which It could I he to In a fair way to be robbed ofIts man lath Image and I II < ; a

i ii 'in)rot' WM Introduced by Edud It was Mrs. Itdd"llplrltu.l-mlnd- been satisfied with the superimposed produce pain fever, poison or death; efficaciousness by till very denial likeness of God, spiritual not material
the revelatorof
I' educe that made her I picture, had hi not detected in or In which It could have any activity ,'I of It. Furthermore, If one admit perfect not Imperfect harmonious 1

Mapp Truth In this age and enabled her spurious nature he might' merely effect, or manifestation. The that the treatment that has been not discordant, complete not RgIlgst

to fulfill the prophecy of the Scripture have cleaned It or touched, It up true and only body was seen to be I given a. case has been Ineffective limited, useful and not useless. HeU ZC

flu lecturer spoke substantially uouowt I *, She manifested this spirituality without ever bringing to light the altogether spiritual .w the embodl- his failure to stand for the effectiveness I I at one wilL Infinite good, hence

r of thought to an extraordinary original masterpiece And If one accepts mint of spiritual Ideas,perfect, pain.' of treatment might well he to entlr.ly separate from evil. "He
( : degree even as a child taking a deep the m.t.erIalItMt evidence less healthy, harmoniously ac* 1 I Including e.
Are In peed of 'oratlon-ol as pure llml' the efficacy of further treat to Ute compound Idea of God,
: you I Interest In the discussions of religious
4 to he to doc live Since spiritual Idea could and
restoration of health, of happiness, which man as true may try a went all right Ideas' (Science
frequently occurred
or supply ol usefulMss, of Joy. or In topics her home Even at an early tor It or improve It, but he will never not .xavtlbly be Infected, Irritated, i I I The patient's consenting to error's Health p. 475). All right Ideas, having

ol self-respectf/ bring out the real or perfect man by Inflamed, ruptured, painful, or destructlve j i I I denial of the effectiveness of treat their source In God, dlvln Mind,
perhapji" your you she felt that Jesus' followers I
age so doing Furthermore It to obvious to other Ideas, It was obvious '
friends ere la toad company he m.nl to due course, to his look. must be useful Now for something
you should be able to heal the sick 0
ore my as
1 for everyone lain need of restoration had commanded them to felt that the art critic could not keep the that any claim of acute log to material sense or mortal to be useful. It to obvious there must a face atera.

la tome respect, even If he ,this cIo.tn I II mediocre 'picture and still have the appendicitis as having origin existence mind, which, according to Jesus, i* be the opportunity to use tt Par ..
even keenly
i.. not aware. ol It. But all art aware. i womanhood more when age became an young mssterplece He had to be willing to activity, effect,, or manifestation "a liar and the father of It" (John something to be continuously useful, t.,

of the pressing need of restoring I 1 ''valid She without give up the former In order to gain In body was a Us. It we t:"i-to find out If the treatment the opportunity to use tt must be

tea troubled world of restoring I sought help tn-I the latter Bo we must be willing to without Principle or law to support to efficacious. But when one realises unceasingly present The real-man.
from all of human
pace cess types give the false. material of it and without mln* or man to believe -
up sense
Christian Science .
that treatment
I right order! to an economy that ing agencies and became convinced is Including all right Ideas., aU of which
seems to be sadly awry, ol .restoringa that they were effective only In pro- man In order to gain the spiritual It. since God to Mind and manreecete the Christ Truth for that ease and are useful must exist not only tt the

MOM of honor and co-operation I I portion' to the Individual or generaljlalth understanding. of man as Ood's Image > Gods knowing : so has the omnipotence of God with standpoint of unlimited usefulness,
realised that since God
and It also
between. nations and a higher semevf i, i In them and had no Intrinsic demonstrate this Understanding to the was universal Mind It he stands radically for the treat but also of unlimited opportunity to
In our daily lives, one never
morals and ethics on the part of ment's perfect effectiveness and Insists fact real
healing power of their own This be useful This spiritual ,
{ I wonder If knowing discs, there
someone to questioning creating or
mdlvldusis. Ves and many thinking her and that no argument of error or false. belief thatman
caused to seek more more If the material sense evidence could be no general mortal belief ized,, eliminate the
J people are beginning to recognize |diligently for the true Idea of God jt material sense evidence can deny Ia a poor, limited mortal, lack
false, how. can we know what to true or law causing disease or giving It
need of Ito efficacy or delay or pl'tYtDIII
Ihe fundamental restoringto which Jesus taught and demon- Inc In usefulness or opportunity, and
about how name nature development,
man can we know what symptoms
Humanity a true seme of spiritual I! tinted, and which the was convinced he aftereffect. Nor I i I manifestation.I restore the spiritual sense of right rase
really Is? Mrs Eddy tells us ale effect or have always been grateful that
understanding. '
spiritual would
or heal her adjustment, usefulness, and opportunity
arrived could collective mortal
i at absolute conclusions r any thought
I Ant healing In Christian Set
Then In 18M, at the age of forty- my to be usefuL
a..tonuo-c.ll. ndmlment "through divine revelation, reason, prescribe the remedy for disease or
ence- clearly illustrated this
five given up by a physician to die, point The question of adequate supply,
and demonstration" declare It Incurable.'
of God law I Science and I j I When In my early teens, I became
she put away the material remediesthe I or of a right adjustment of supply
Health, p. loss .we can follow the The case seemed to be extremely
The latter i Is one of the most hopeful doctor had given her and turned same method, for1 we have both the acute nqulring consldersble trest- completely deaf in one ear and and demand,, to often a pressing one 2
signs on the mental horizon of completely to God for her help As practically w In the other. I was and here again Christian Science Oi
revelation these lines for
of the Master and this went along a periodof
for. Christian Science studied the Bible. she caught a not Interested In Christian Scienceat the demonstrable truth
\ today r\+kshe, /nalr..l.UOn, which he prophesied three days. By the fourth day provides )
ul, the time; In fact I thought I
veils spiritual understanding-the glimpse of the truth of being and which restore a right sense of adjustment
would come as the healing Comforter the patient was able to get up. dress
understanding of God and His law found herself suddenly well. As she was oppoeed to It But some neigh and abundance.
I As we reason from the standpoint of himself and drive over two hundred wZ
I -B the key to scientific restoration later wrote In Science and Health divine bors who wen earnest Christian A fundamental error that results
revelation that to miles to hto home
from the
of health and harmony In her textbook I (p. 14)) "Become conscious for a standpoint of perfect God and This healing was brought about Scientist, hearing of my difficulty In lack and limitation U Ute belief

asclenee and Health with Key I single moment that Life and Intelligence perfect and teaming that my case had been that supply and demand are mate
man, we too shall arrive absolute through spiritual means alone-

tome ScriptureMary Baker Eddy, are purely\ spiritual,-neither conclusions and see these through knowing the truth about pronounced hopeless by a specialist, rial; hence that they are subject to
the Discoverer and Pounder of In nor of m.tter-and the body will spiritual lovingly presented Christian Science material conditions and Uws.. Christian -
I facts Ood and revealed Christian
In by
man as
I' Cr{ uCan Science and the Leader of I then utter no complaints, If suffering proved our experiencethrough to me as the certain way out of my Science reveals that Science
the restoration of health Science Is It not apparent that
writs. on KO: from belief In trouble. As It alone offend a ray of
ite.nxovemeUt page I a sickness you and Health, p. 488)) "All to infinite
purity, harmony, and abundance If what was known had not been
INS' our Ignorance of Gad, the dl- will. find yourself! suddenly well.* hope,J turned to it wholeheartedly, Mind and Ito Infinite manifestation I see
when then seemed to be sickness' the truth, the truth that Jesus said
vll1l"'Principle, which! produces mel I Mis Eddy knew that she had .began to study Science and Health, -ita Infinite Id.... Divine MInd rIlatingo
tin discord,, and lack. would make man free then would
l paQttt.discord: and the right under I touched the hem of Christ have been no healing? and sought treatment from. a Christian God, supplies these Infinite Ideas

standing of Him restores harmony.* ment but as she put ItI Right Seasoning lId en Science practitioner. and needs every one of them for of Improved and rnlmproTirPropertln

But, someone may ask how can a know the Science of this PrincipleThe One of the main things I remember the perfect expression of Hto inn
\ ar-I The Christ ud III Gnat j Througiou.ACUAGI Martin Con
"} rit( understanding of God restoremrhestiks and I won my way to absolute lleinamkaier 1 about tells mpertonce was the In. bite selfhood. God Is everywhere,

I usefulness /toy or shun-/ I clusions. through divine basis of all correct reasoning L I tensive way I studied the textbook.,. and everywhere perfectly manifested

i datceT( And hey sea .Ia possibly reason, and demonstration" < to the truth about God for the Bible This truth of being corning to the usually putting t 'In two or three or.xpreIItCthuI\ requiring the ever RANCHES

I brbg peace. to the world and the p, 109)) This wss not the work of a tells us that "all things were made human consciousness to heal and hours a day, though I seemed to understand present activity' of His Infinite 'ideas. SewalTg. feint BJ"i-te-Rlver Trot! el

prooer adjustment of our economy moment, however She diligently by him" (John 1:31: and that He save u the Christ, which Mrs. Eddy: little of what I read. I If there were some place where even

I ', IT his great Sermon on the Mount, searched the tcrtptures.seeking their made man In His \Image and likeness defines as (Science and Health PoW also bad dally treatment from the a few of Ood's Ideas were not actively sad .

.'p.! Clffist Jesus prophetically declared spiritual ....nln.. This was gradually I The Bible told. us furthermorethat ) "The divine manifestation\ of practitioner. But then,was eat the : expressing! Him, there would Jupiter blaad/ Oeeaa-to-Seans Estatea jte*

:' (IiUtt.HTevlt.h. :111.: "'lb1n1l1lO$ that I am revealed to her, and nine years God to Spirit. Truth, Life and God, which cornea to the flesh to slightest Improvement or change In be a plsee when Gad was not

eons to destroy\ the law, or theprophets' later she published her textbook I Love Mrs. Eddy has given us three destroy incarnate error" Toe Christ. ''the material evidence from the day expressed..-where He was perfectly not

I :4.am not come to destroy, Science and Health In which it set other terms namely Principle to the true Idea of Ood. and since the treatment was begun until the perfect-which to Impossible. So C. ARBOGAST

butte Then, throughout his forth the complete statement of this I Mind and Soul-ell of which. are God to Inclusive, the Christ must moment when the hearing was per. 1 see that there la an we

brief ministry, he showed how the final revelation of Truth. i clearly implied In the Scriptures. It likewise be the true idea of all that fectly restored. I am grateful say I need for Ood's infinite ever-present Idea and Real, Estate WATERFRONT Imani
," i operation of the Christ .la human On page 468 of this textbook, Mrs. reasonably l follows that the Image of He Includes-of all that comprise that the healing was accomplished\ :, these Infinite idea an always! .

I consciousness fulfills the law of God Eddy give In one paragraph, which I Spirit must be spiritual, not: msterlal the! divine creation. In brief, the quickly. Obviously, the treatment ent to meet the need. Supply pn and '
( restoring health In place of sickness she has ; the Image of Truth must necessarily

designated! -the scientific I consdousno/s of spir was effective--every treatment wa* demand,, therefore, exist
"ti'l l purity,and holiness place of statement of being." the epitome of be as real. perfect, and unchangeable IItlIt, or spiritual consciousness effective, not 'Just the hurt one. the standpoint of eternally at
slrf Ule In place of death, abandonee( this revelation as Truth Itself, never perfect adjust i
I 4' The first sentence Every true or spiritual idea .la I ment, of perfect balance, maintained I I
.,:' :I, In plan onailc, harmony and peace of this powerful statement, "There Imperfect or changeable. The like 1 n Chrlst-to, aol the unfolding of j Ne ClaosUlcatloa el Disease ,: by spiritual.. This truth :
'p'' ;(, place' off discard and turbulence ls no life truth. Intelligence, nor ness of Immortal Life must be eternal these Ideas in Individual I human ooiKclousness 1 understood
Th. and
\, Vest the fulfillment of Gods law Inhuman healthy, harmonious without student of Christian Sciencei realised, eliminates from :
in matter, was and Is a to the coming of the
I experience to always. the .restori challenge to all human thinking beginning or end never mortal, sick Christ, before which the false. be.. needs to be alert that he to not false Individual human consciousness/ the THE FACT I ISMANMAD RI GENERAL ELECTRILs
tempted to classify certain disease concept of supply and demand
I y i 11 lion of harmony Since this spir based on the belief In the reality of discordant, and dying The perfect llefs of matter evil, sin, disease, and material
as difficult to heal It u and out of
Itiffil restoration" la the effect of matter expression of Love no and
to science theology! and possesses death vanish as necessarily a* dark.
'1 Oi2 law and Is brought about by medicIne-and It stirred, and contlnuerto and expresses all the qualitiesof [ ness disappears before the light difference how dark a room lilt the restore the spiritual sens of right
the.utilization of It. true restoration such light that to turned on to sufficiently i adjustment. And the manifestation
Love as fearlessness kindness
stir, the human mind! to Its Jesus was the great demonstrator
-ll mmt be and Is scientific never a depths.Of untelfed love. It could not In. of the Christ showing by his example bright Nor does It make any differ- In human experience to thai supply

:j. question" of chance, circumstance: or dude fear envy, Jealousy, hatred or I how each one work out enc how long the room has been ,14 adequate to meet the present
course no has dIecovered may
an so-called material condition I one ever self-love The Image of divine Principle dark. Darkness to merely this absence MAO.
: his complete salvation\ hen and
what matter la or where It now I
of light and vanishes before It o certainly most Chris
mot heartening to realize that must be under the perfect gov through and demonstrating Scientists
scientific restoration Is as available comes from, but the audacity of moment of Principle, In perfect ad. this true attaining consciousness And disease it merely the suppositional than recognise lack of em.ployMiit .
or consciousness
declaring nonexistent
It too
and near at hand as Is Gods law? was justment with Principle and with ad \ of Truth Hs knew that absence of harmony and gas or lack of supply a* prob
much for the
} And. Christian\ / Science provides us that time. Her materialistic revelation thoughtof of the of Us Ideas, never misgoverned, maladjusted the Christ wan his true, spiritual out before the realisation of the lems demanding prompt solution,

f with the undemanding of this divine displaced or lacking aplace. selfhood He identified btmself omnipresence of harmony. ,1 certainly not a* something to be accepted
If. 1 lojr and shows us how to use ItIts nothingness of matter and allness of The perfect likeness' of divine with so Error would like one to believe or condoned But many of
completely It that he was ablelnstante.neoslf
method of restoration Is the same Spirit subjected Mrs. Eddy to au Mind necessarily knows as Mind that some diseases, such as deafness. these same. people unresistingly consent .
sorts of to restore sight to
unjustified attacks.' But
p\I as that employed by Christ Jesus I stood. her ground without flinching I knows. He to conscious only of the the blind, hearing to the deaf, feet are difficult to overcome. and for tblsvery to other arguments of lack, such

11 It maybe Illustrated by story that and proved the unreality of matterIn Ideas of divine Mind, never of the to the .lame, and even life to those reason this false. argument a* Indifference or lack of Interest, j

,;w 1 recaP reading many years ago of a the same way. that Jesus had false beliefs of error or mortal mind. 1 who had been pronounced dead. should be vigorously! rejected. Cer- >'I lack of joy, or lack' of enthusiasm.

1 great Jnaslerplece, And the perfect expression of Soul Jesus refuted the material evidence talnly God never made law that Such phases of lack. entertained
I demonstrated It-by healing the sick sense or

I : ,; An, UlnslrmUoB of tcienUecReateratlsa sa well .. the sinning-thus proving Soul must Itself.be s* sinless and Immortal as at every point through his understanding It In U reality difficult then to heal to no any mortal disease mind, and i unrestoted, might well be the erroneous -

herself to be a true follower of of the Christ" and the collective thought that wa being ...
I the Master And those who have accepted AS we grasp the truth about Ood .result wss the restoration of life or make such mortal Uw thought that can jectlfled In individual numanexpe.rlence .

f r An ixpert art critic examining an her as their Leader and fol.I and man In His likeness, we expert harmony, health completeness, and deafness a The healing of. a* unemployment or lack of

old but very mediocre painting detected I low her as she followed Christ are ence the restoration of our spiritual supply Also he taught his followers than brought about In Chris supply. .

that it was lot the picture unrealityof sens*-the unfoldment of spiritual! that they should follow In his Science by proving the spiritual: I Jesus has given us a clear elate.melt .
that had originally been painted matter healinggthe understanding The spiritual fact i, fact that the real and only hearing of the Uw
on by sick and the footsteps and do the sans work by to spiritual of supply ryiy "-
.' the canvas, but that It had been sinner and successfully meeting the displaces the false belief In Individual demonstrating the Christ as he had J i, not a of faculty matter.of Soul divine Mind, (Matt.. < 33)): "Seek ye first the kI", r ryycr7

painted over the original. Since the many problems that claim to be human consciousness, and the done for he said (John U:13)), "He be Consequently It mutt. dom ef God and his righteousness; +; ,

painting was JO old. be was eager to present In human experience result to healing-the restoration of that believeth on me the works that eternally perfect and perfectly and. all these things shall be added

discover,what the original painting Perhaps someone to thinking. Why health, harmony, happiness, and I do shall he do also; and greater man.expressed) by Qod'11IIIaae,, Individual I unto you.* In order to seek first th* '

might be. 80 be took the canvas to to the recognition of the unreality, abundance works than these III.UIe do; because Mrs Eddy ho defined kingdom of God, one must be prI. FALL

a fine artist and craftsman who. undertook the nothingness matter so 1m- ResleraUoa. Through Prayer I go unto my Father" (Science and Health Neara' u many interested tn spiritual things,
to restore the original\ paintIng : Through her p. 5U "Not particularly In those NTHO
portent What has this to do with spiritual discernment of the Chtap which MINUTE ELECTRIC

t swan removing the poor much I gaining a correct understanding .. Spiritual restoration to brought Mn. Eddy has made It posst organs, but spiritual so-called corporealsemes I an.ntIa\ to his sphltual growls SCIENTISTS. TURNED

that concealing ft. After : God? It to Important because the about through prayer We might say ble for every sincere seeker tot : How obvious .'understanding and P Gets who II ABXDROPPINeAFErV INTO SNOW
;.I painstaking effort, the paint that Bible teaches that God that prayer In Christian Science lathe Truth it 10. therefore that to annot
to to ;
Spirit and see the way Jesus marked a possibly put PELLETS:
had been superimposed on the restoring of the spiritual fact In one* bearing cannot be limited by OT ICE
.it. was removed i clearly Implies that He to infinite/ : the place. of the false. belief. out and to follow Ia It.. For Mrs. any belief of Imperfect or diseased sit thing. Bcsl and thus deo FROM AN AIRPLANE
t completely re.veallnl I *U since matter to the opposite of Or to Eddy discerned the true Idea of matter this law because si-' THWRING C ERY AW POINT
when It '
I Ia
r the work of famous 1 go back to our Illustration It seen that man 0
a artist- to reI -
Spirit it to Impossible to believe In God which the ways put first that In be WA' 1
Master presented really bean : to ,'VIE
tirough UP
the false' splrttusl Under. wb IRRIGATIOWI'e
great moving mental FOR.
a masterpiece picture
: and
e the reality of matter and at the same I I and has set It lank p Primarily im
so clearly in staadlng. In Int
Scientific restoration thereby, and reality. man reflect ,'
u taught by recognizing acknowledging
time to understand portent it
to her POWER
Spirit AU watch
textbook Science and Health sptaltuai our In.
+' Christian Science Is along\ much the II I IInfinite, omnipresent, omniscient the presence of the master that II understanding without I vests and" f a
anyone can understand It And !limit. It* rnUbored against Indttter.
/ same Une. roe. Christian Science reveals piece, the true spiritual creation or and harmonicas .w
r t I omnipotent Where Spirit\ to there I In the degree that one understands unfoldment ence ta of
a that where material sense presents man In aU his perfection and constitutes his normal Sp
can be no matter. .The presence of this Christ Truth be demonstrate hearing which
to human beauty never ha been M
consciousness a one precludes the presence of the : it by ,"olng In some measure the. and 1 sour ail right activity WAKtfUP fa /
material Imperfect, discordant concept : other Hence I| The art critic could not and did cannot be Impaired. This spirit.Ml must o .c Music
the works that Jesus
of creation,, right there In reality understanding not have to beseech the artist to 1 std hto true fol fact, realised, dispels the false. ) T can be n
1 that Clod to Spirit, Infinite, real and. lowers would do. In short, a* Ole belief thai man ha sealer C-COliCK-RADO
Is Ood's tual creation, change his masterpiece,tot there was I a personal I bean eahtlmr.ss
harmonious beau complete In ever present, must necessarily Include 1 no need to change It Nor doe the understands the Cbrlat, as oe exemplifies I' lag derived from and dependent on unloldmnt st : .
the recognition that matter It In his ,, We Truth, sad Lov. r nJaJvs
t every .pect-JuR as the master student of Christian Science beseech own life he dmonstretee i matter which Is or can be Impaired. I Mid to .

i piece was present ail the time men the opposite of Spirit, to unreal I i God to change His creation for It scientific restoration.' Heal When this false. belief to blotted out D knows knowing a* divine K ITSELF GW E )OJfJP *
nothing, without presence or power.I must be ing cease to be a matter of ohane"- of Individual human r cannot help being
DM mediocre
were beholding picture.Mow as perfect a* the creator. On consciousness)
i Every follower of Christ Jesus o- and becomes the certain effect *c .M* manifestation. i ous. H If one to lackincjoyit IN THE INS
had that
nothing to be dome to Improve !1 : I II lib. contrary the student Immediately disappear from
his his
j the original masterpiece eepta statement that "Ood ai recognises that perfect God demonstrated law.Treatment Individual human experience and thinktagtoto accord

there was no need t* change it in I i Spirit: and they that worship hIS'most 'j,I I, and perfect man to the omnipresent the remit la normal hemringTeatstag divine with mortal mind and not withthe
Likewise worship him In spirit and In fact of Is EBeew-e Mind. B* ]s custom
respect. has being and
to then he
I,t any nothing truth' (John I proceeds mortal Instead
4:94) The Christian mind files
a B-fkt peas.sf'Adlrhrst beliefs
be Jone to change to wipe out the false.
or Improve the mental picture Prayer or treatment In Chrtetlan '
'I )
also accepts the Master's In
real creation, or man. But.t* eras* that Ood to "our rather wbMi teaching art j that to claiming to hide or conceal Science to really. the utilisation and and tspafy 'Idea*. To ,Mind's perteS

:: s.: the: pbtwe In .haves" -Then, in spits of the f Lois spiritual tact; He recognisesi denonstratien of spiritual lam i Perhaps one of the problems most only to" thinkteTlronia
had to be re. i that whatever to contrary t* spiritual which nullifies the 1
so-oallsd law olmatter ..
r universally I raquIrIIIf (-atonal to sptttujUfcS.
recognised fact that like t f f" .ttantloa today a ;
moved. So to behold Ood's be '
masterpiece reality must false, a false. be. and Its effect of sin,, disease ckntlflo
produces like restoring restoration
,' man Ia His Image and like the error 1 belching fall'into lief about the perfect man of Ood's and death. The truth that twe, adjustment-Hi right a right sense of Joyoys to In Itself si

J picture that creation. So be denies the false. be. tunas three equale six to the mash. usefulness, and sense of place. Vn of prace-s, for it to the ul LIFE. "
bnnyerffeeootfadlscordaantt whlcchh perfect God Father, or enter who I I Ito supply. Many goo* one nndersundtag
j n mortal, lit, or lie, which II always some matioal law tha* corrects the false O
people have and'
'\ claims to bide the perfect man,, must who1 Spirit to ".material, creates .an th Imperfect very opposite man aspect at the belief In the reality el belief that tw* times three equal placed, cut of a place sense, or of lacking being plat dl*., 1 what o/dlvUtoSn r .
matter and affirms the truth seven, : Bout yam. 1fE6URYTY
or removing the
wrong with the
and attending beliefs Spire
unlikeneas of Ills deals ; of lack of EYGNO
i 1'ru
spiritual fact for that ease Re eon. answer and restoring the right on*. issefub-sse. ef right employment, Le I $

CLOY Material lens Ivldetue Is rake tlnues along this line until thought So the truth about man a* Oed* hot**, oapankKiahip, happu/supply -). that I"persse ARQ
1 ORDER OF ,to corrected and the spiritual Idea spiritual Image end likeness to the divine and I I man Oed's O.e
ness, 'hanaoaj. lose .
Of course, ChIlIOlla'p& of man to clearly realised. And let us at1tg b omsd PI41p '
Sl3'aTUART the moment law that corrects the f ]*s belief Mer bow tUi deceptive aatl: UNA.R :
g fees'1N the evidence of the material senses, the spiritual fact to actually real. that man to material, tofttler wl* ma1adiu.t.ment
Ta but If this evidence to contrary *" toed; the false mental picture to Its wrong answer ol sin, dines, sad and lack may b* it-1 I.. : 'I "

LD s'AYa both revelation and reason, should wiped out Individual human eonsctuanees death, restoring the. t I, moved and .the spiritual sense ef I PIM1ala w.

L MONT we be so gullible aa far accept ttf doa and on becomes conscious answer tale uasu-estoilaii at f Ugh- adjustmas asetulnesa, aadl"undrnrf has wrc

W daassheat matter ol fact, we reject material la ilks measure of the truth I, harsh and Ufa. w* uHns .l restond.JBfii .

/ tile. sense evldenut at the start of every of being, %Mcb to altogether bar- law by malntaxBsag. the lati fclpture., rstoring Ht.Ood. I .

cay, for now pf u bcbevee mat the ...... toot and swnytnt tt* tess us that Is him ww an* b.". QEMzt IuRiCr
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,!"I'llIIllUjllll\IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllltli""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!' \ I h u IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII!$ Ullllllllilflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllt/ )MORE ABOUT! been to keep its rate a* low a* I prove present service ,and to nearly reflect the present costs Vif

J ,was consistent with financial meet the demand for additional of 'providing service and wilt enable -_
JENSEN BEACH NEWSBy Red Cross Phone Rates safety and that policy continue service. Substantial cost Increases ,It to go forward with I Its 1l ,E I
BTJARTBINCIS "The Southern Bell Company are involved. The overall plan for Improvement and ex !
(Continued from page Pee) has grown with Florida", Mr. cost of telephone equipment, pan lon. The increase requestedby 1 I

.....:.......UhhU Charlotte HellleriiiiiiiiimiiiiiHMiimmiMimillllllllllll Rally Dooley said, "and we are proudof installed and ready to serve, ha the Company amount to
1216ls. iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiinRlngllng By 'JcoseyIllllllllllltllllllllrllllllllllllltlllllllllin all cost of telephone facilities the part we have taken In that Increased 50% to 65% since 1940, only 10%% of Its Florida revenues } "

Mr, and Mr*. Huston Chamber- Art School, home for I I l I I I l 50% to 61%. growth. We look forward to an and the cost of erecting buildings and I 18 Avery modest request t

land of Shantytown, Pa. have a week's vacation. Movle-goert, beginning March "We are asking now tot Increaser -' expanding telephone service that to house telephone equIp- i I ,,
taken an apartment at Pine In rate that will more will reach more people, 'create ment has Increased 7.1i" to 100%.
Mr. C Lloyd Claff. Of.Randolph 1 I. for a week, will ate a Marchof "This is the first statewide r f Cie
nearly reflect the cost of and the itate's
Lodge for two pro- more'Jobs promote
monthi. .
Mast. 1* pending a few TIme film entitled "Call to loIn spite of these Increased increase asked In 24 years, and i t ,
S-Is. Word hat been received here weeks at her home here, Sago kUon"*at the lyric Theatre. viding the service", Mr. Dooley development. Reasonable earnIng costs, Southern\ Bell as a public Florida subscribers on the average ,
Inenla6 of the death !In Jacksonville on Sand The flint come well endorsedby said. are, of. course, essential to utility must go forward with >Its can reach several times as '
"That we have been able for the attainment of these '
February 16 1of Mrs J. M. Mr. B. r. Beddlnger and the principal theatre associations Improvement and expansion program many subscribers in their own i
Oalne. Mr Qalnet, with her daughter! Miss Mary Ellen of and, though It only take many year to ausorbIncreased tives. just a* {rapidly a* possible. cities and town a* they could '
cost, without asking tor higher -
husband made many visit here Walton who seven minute) It promise muchIn According to Manager A. 8. Construction expenditures In 24 year ago. Thus the value.oftelephone 9
Ky. at
are, guest rates, la, we leel, a remark-
and owned extensive property. the Shadowlawn in Stuart 'were !the way of enllghtment on able achievement of which theCompany's Dobbs of Fort Pierce: Florida in 1946 amounted to $13- service has been con- i +'

Miss Peggy McBrlaf of Pittsburgh calling on friend her Monday.Mr. Red Cross activities. "The Southern Bell Telephone 000000. The requirement for stantly Increasing. Telephone '
I IU '
management employees I
Hr Into atl.nEstat Pa and Miss living zig- and Mrs o. w.: Morrison VETS_Martin County veterans end Company Is handling the !largest 1947 and future year will doubt- service at the proposed'achedule "
Insurant llnskl of Natrona. Pa: are the of Pine Lodge spent Monday in have often availed themselves -- justly be proud.subscribers'" can volume of business In Its history less be even1\larger. It 1 18 expected will continue to be one of the {'+ +
? guests of Mr. and Mrs Don Holt. Fort Lauderdale visiting friend of, our local Red Cross Mr. Dooley stated, that the Florida revenues In 1948 were up : that In the neighborhood of best,bargains available, today." I x

Writ r 2aN Miss McBrtar la a niece of Mrs from their home town. Well, chapter services for veterans. \telephone': ha increased 129% over 1940 but expenses $63,000,000 construction will be I
Bolt company were up 181%. Payroll costs in lequtred in Florida during the Harass Addresses r'
N. y. Some have found themselves up ?If M
Its Investment in Florida
: TAYLOR Mr. and Mn. Lewis Gamble Mr, and Mrs Clarence Peterson against a atone wall untlll can $22,000,000 In the last six years by Florida during this tame period next five year, FEES!I Vm. bus ot Stooiaik }c 1 .:' 1.I 1..
motored to Sarasota Saturday to Increased .243%. Increases In "In its which been la-.r/cidiMKion, r 1, ,
la Bldg. Phone 1143TUART of Twin Lakes, Wls. and Mr. ing on Miss' Mary Shackleford, and now has about $68,000,000 request has I I
bring their daughter Miss Verna wage 'rate since March, 1945, Plramng. Gu, rfffurn. Belching.Mium 'i. '
who ha a knack for getting re-
$ and Mr*. Frank( Shashek of Ber- invested In facilities serving the made to the Florida Railroad'
Gamble who Is have Increased the ol U1X.And
attending theUTON'S Company's sit samJte
wyn, ., who have been the sults. ttate. Commission, the simply i
1,11 Company
___ annual wage bill In this state a /rr flin\nii pinphlcr M + I
uun "" ...__:_--- guest of Mrs J. W. Johnson, One person, though If a good "The Telephone Company did by $3,788,784. ask for rates that will more STUART DKVG CORP.
have returned to their home. organization were not behind not profit from the war", 'Mr. f M4 1
Mt. and Mrs ,Joe Fetaner and that person, could not deal a* Dooley said, "and earnings have "The Company's earnings in i.
SUNDRIESDRUG son David and daughter Bettyof effectively with the many cases continued to drop even more Florida in 1940 amounted; to COMMERCIAL arid AERIAL 1
Ward' Lodge spent the week that arise a* Miss Shackleford sharply since the war ended, In 8,03" on Its Investment in telephone IfA1,
SUNDRIES COSMETICS end In Key West. las, so we ask why this should spite of further ''Increase In property, and by 1948 this :> 1 I :
ae, especially when the veteran of the earnings rate had dropped to PHOTOS a
: TAN OIL SUN SHAD'* SUN GLASSES volume business For 1940, 111il
Mrs. T. R. Helller, and daughter -
several 2.66%. The annual rate during
ha the chance of orianlzatlon return was 8,03" the Investment -' '
CANDIESSODA CCqf ,JEWELRY Mary Ann and Miss Char- *. For 1948 the") return was the last half of 1948 wa downto PHOTOGRAPHS WILL UELP fOU MAKE THAT ,
AtN lotte nelllef were In Fort Pierce L
1.17% With the earnings H
2.66" This rate. ,
The answer, we find, are several only
DAS ICE CREA r- SANDWICHES Thursday for last year does not Include running so dangerously low, PROMPT EFFICIENTUKVICE GUARANTEED I '
Mr and Mr. Oeo. McLean of Improved income Is essential to
NEWSPAPERS f MAGAZINES \the mail effect of a refund on '
.'. First Red dross claim
New Jersey, who have been a service Federal Income Taxea. No meet Increased costs and to protect TROPIC OTO SHOP
Ricou Bldj. Not toT% O. Jensen Beach guests of Harry Nightengale, representative Is at' each regional such refunds will be available In the full usefulness of present -

_. have returned to their home. office, a man generally 1947 and future Year We have I telephone service. Krueger Bldg. ffext To Western Union i I
-- -- -- who knows his way through red '
A. F. Kendall left last week for tape entanglement These representatives every reason to believe that, tn' "The Company has constructed _
RANFORD and SUTTON GARAGE Pennsylvania where he will handle 178,000 cases the' face of increased costs, and now has In service $22- i

GULF Sand LUBRICANTSCAR spend the next two months' on per month. earnings )will remain grossly Inadequate 000.000 more telephone facilitiesIn
business.Mr unless we get some relief Florida than It had in 1940,:
REPAIRIN and Mr*. C. H. Alderman chapter Secondly,and Red 5,000 Cross'tranche 3.748 In the form of better rates. yet Its 1946 net earnings after; See Our New Window Display '

POLISH sr. have a* their guest Mrs Al. "We must expand our facilities paying all operating expenses
WASH W LU form a: national network that
derman's sister Mr. Jennie to meet the rapid growth of amounted to $760,000'lest than
Courteous, Effukjintjlervica I Brown and Mn. Gait of Geneva can reach, a veteran whereverhe Florida because the telephone \Is net' earnings In 1940. in other
hjlppena to
OPEN Ohio move a business and social necessity!I words, the Company lacked $760 ;

|7:00 A. M. Till 9:00 PvM.fr.TDay* A Week Mr', and Mrs Allen Kendall Flna1I1'mo t Red' Cross chapters of modern living. We have great 'COO of earning anything at all S4s/ap/et t'J.fPII
: have been in their communities confidence In the future of this en the $22,000,000 of additional -
and Mrs. Mickie Kendall in '
BRANFQRD and SU TON, Owner were and'are lA'
for a period of time
West Palm Beach Tuesday. state and the Company has care- plant Investment. j
JENSEN BEACH Miss Acquainted with family backgrounds fully laid plan to keep pace with "There is no present prospect SWINGUNSvintBwkhMduiuraMplH' p'"'-.d f
Elizabeth Robertson wa often being able to suggest its development. Our plans call for Improvement In earnings at 1 5.seoedbdsw.Thi..orysdms
hostess to her bridge club atSeymour' means to strengthen claims. .' cv i
of i

-- for gross expenditures approximately present service ratest Everyday '
Inn Tuesday' afternoon Further all this know' how la .Iapkrtack.andpinatoo.I.s.d.d. CKhSWINGUNE'SlOOSROUND
$83,000.000 for construction I costs of operation continue to / I ,
Prizes for high score were passed along to other chapter Iff] ,
\ in Florida during the Increase more rapidly than it
"DINE and DANCE" won by Mrs. tolph< Hertel and WIRE non-clo SUplu. If* tb. Vjr/
that all benefit.
so may next five In the interestof revenues. .
Mr. E. J, Ward. Others playingwere years. World'i>r>Mdiwt tUpUnj. U... M k your
SAFETY TIP-Among the most our subscribers we must protect "The Installations of new telephones flat,horn and school!Swlnf lli".d.
..ATEyMOUR'S I .Mr. Lewis Gamble, Mrs. dangerous' hazards In'the house the soundness of the tele- I' In Florida for 1948 reached inn rtMvcn CMVANT.MOIOM HUN cm t...
I I Arnold Taube, Mrs. R. 8. Robert- 1C the hammer, When not In use phone system and protett the the record total of 84606. Yet \ 1 1SIAPfW

loOn Mrs. Seymour Gideon, and It I Is.often left on the floor to full usefulness of the service by I Ion January I, 1941, Southern Bell :SL
INNTASTY Mrs. Minnie Klpp, an Invited When In use It ha a
trip on.
having; our earnings capacitymore still had on hand 52.000 applications -
1 guest. way of hitting the wrong nail. nearly equal costs. for service, representing an] .tTN'U.t ;t tCy
sJSiboD Mr: and Mr. Carl Fischer and like to hit ,
DELI I Children, especially "The rate revision we are now Increase of 15,300 during 1948. 9
Mrs. J. W. Johnson entertainedat each other with Jt. requesting is very modest in This Indicates the tremendous
Mixed Drisllce-Beer raft Mrs Johnson' home In Rio Remedy: Have a place for ltvsecure view of the heavy Increases in amount of telephone service I i ia ir

HEAR GENE ON THE OLOVOX with a birthday dinner on Sun- and up,hI.h, and never expense we have sustained fora which Is still going to be neededIn
day honoring W, C. Johnson. hit a hard blow when It can miss long period and the extensive a growing and developing! r

STEAKS and FOQD Those attending were Mr, and and hit ''.n ter., _, )ulldlnlprogram now.being undertaken state like Florida.
Mrs.W.C.Johnson Mr. and Mrs. In the state.-The Tele- "Much additional
SPA LTY Allen Kendall Mr. and Mrs FRED CLARK equipment
phone Company' policy has IOse round )t I
Fischer, and Mrs. .3. W. ''John- Fred Clark 72, a Florida resident InsIIM I, ,.-- wireaspl....
en Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON son. for ji months, died Saturday I ; t T, boss for all
Owner at Martin'County hospital II PAINTED AQ'Jt,34, 8C, II Uodard Maplen

ACCORD VETERANS The body was sent by John. Fun- I
SIX MONTHS MORE eral Home to Elmira N. Y. escorted Complete. Line of Office Furniture and Supplies 'f
ON LIFE INSURANCE by his IOn, Laurence .
Clark. He la also survived by ,
INING OUT Veterans of World War n'have another IOn;Fred, and a daughter I The Stuart News

been given six additional month Mrs R. C. Jarrell of Elmira. ; '
in which to reinstate their Nat- ] 1
ional Service Life Insurance policies 'The Florida Forest Service ha OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT ,
without physical examination Iwo nurseries for growing young 1'1
ictory Hotel Dining RoomVICTORY' V. 8. Parker Veterans Administration \pine seedling One of these Is P.O. BOX' 501 Phone 300 .! 11d "

Miami regional at Olustee and the. other at
|Come In A Stranger .. Come Back A Friend manager, reported today.A Munson : ll +r d
new law passed last week
Blue Ribbon BecAOn Draft by Congress and signed by the 'I. .,.c { 19

Enjoy A president, (gives the administrator 4OIL4
of veteran affair author-
orMixed ity to determine\ the condition of
Drinks reinstatement on NSLI policies

Served ghtlyMARINE Parker was advised by General '
Omar Bradley, VA administrator
AR that under his new authority
he has directed that NSLI term ;

!policies which have lapsed at I 1
or I anytime may be reinstated bypayment +
of two monthly premiums
ROOM I and a comparative health
statement. Veterans seeking to Keeps Your motofy.Here's

ackage Good Paul; Gerhard,'Mgr reinstate' under this provision Jt ; 1:
simply sign a statement that
\they are In a* good health a* at
the time \their policies lapsed. /

The new liberal reinstatement

privilege will remain in effect w } hilt

REAL ESTATEDEPENDABLE deadline until August 1. Previously, a new Sinclair O aline Motor Oi a of f Premium Grade p ,'. +
a of February 1, 1M7 vA is
had been set for reinstatement ''that not only lubricates safely but/a so keeps yourThat's r clean as a whistle: A p

.... SERVICE. on a comparative health basla. because new Opaline Motor Oil contain] speciaJ chemicals developed -* ''lo

Over A Period Of 20 Year to.keep the motors of Army tanks and true and powerful even under-- *' I It I
"' 4' '
a' '<< the) toughest conditions. .... S' Sr a
MRS '. + CHOICE BUILDING" SITES REALESTATE In your car the' new OpaUaJFkeepi d n carbon lacquer sludge-.. I 'e ,
ESTATE Y ... ,,4' CLUB SITES and corrosive acids which s f your power ;hen you use ordinary > ..'- "

CREAGE $ ''' ,BUSINESS SITES M' '_: ,- clean motor is ajajcfe powerful mol ;r. So have your Sinclair f '
? sUIC Dealer drain and flushvg r crankcase and refi it with the new it-

Grade Sinclair Opqjjne Motor OiLCLAIR'OALINE'MOTOR'OIL;



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APARTMENTS!! ,- ., to COURTS -\i\; ; :_ :;..

VER FRONTAGE' ." ONTACEDchon Sale* and J lin Through .

out rtin my B P. FUliTON Agent

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FOuR: THS MRS. ntANCM a. 8MI'iB. ... NI4et '
News .lf.. for this *.>. and reach ire newspaper

I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Dome Telephone office before lb-W noon r-. --*-",Ph... JOt

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I An unusual .baby shower was Mr, Charles Zarnlt wa- hoa.I .
I '1 I given Saturday, evening for Mr,I I teat 'Tuesday at a surprise, party The Red Cross drive is on. .
and Mri. George Nichols with and bridal shower\ honoring Miss .
%,(r. and' Mrs Andrew tester 94Monts : Artie Rowell/ bride-elect Of 1
Both men. and women I March 2. Entertaining at tier "..
a, California Ave. home Mri. Zarn- ", "
': were Invited' with the women : ,
Itt was assisted by Mrs. Agnes
.... bringing baby gift ana the: with
Osborn. Guest played bingo
men a funny girt for the ;:fathert i I' Mrs. Kate Triay as prizewinner, A7k i'" ?;u;;ts'.eF.7at1': X'al' ,: tstV 1t a (,d1fl tia4'b,? } IA'1.54' il.t., n : An Gttae'n l 'w "
f .., /-be". The gifts'; were presentedIn 1 and Mist Rowell was presented "I.' r pa' ,
a pink and blue bassinet. The I a shower of bridal -girts. .
house .was decorated with red I I ,tefreshment( table d'rh a .
rolland pastel/ snapdragons, beautifully decorated cake lopped I .
: and the refreshment,f table centered I with a traditional shower .
'lth( an'! arrangement' of umbrella which the honoree I N, f
snapdragons and vaii-cblored kept at I souvenir. Other guests 1'
candles. At, refreshment time,I were Mrs. Arthur Osborn Mri.
guests were Invited to "fix your Q. M Hancock. Mrs. Dozier Bak. ',",,,,, ;" ,/ ,r .
cwn undae". Those present were er. Mrs. George Orlffln. Miss I I }rP'S'Sy, ': ',1 ,',//I .} \
Mr. and Mri Carl Nichols Mr. Mike White, Miss Maydee White I ,
end Mrs. W, W. white, Mr. Auld ';and Miss Juanlta Baker. .. ',",1' ,j j"Yesthe"war
Mrs, Richard Atkins. Mr. and 'l I ;: '
MM J. V.'Pettlt. Mm. Grace Hall I, I BAPTIST CHOIR HONORS i
: is o
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Y "
MM. Ed\ Sands. Mist Betty Ballard VISITING MINISTER "'
Mrs. Jack Davis Miss Althea I II Dr Wiley D. .Ogletree wa bhi "',i'
I Hall, MIllS Roberta Ball' Jack i guest Of! honor l tat Monday as ,, ,r,
: White Beau Mayo, the Baptist choir J gathered for
d SCOl-: I an evening of fellowship at the, But the Red CrossWar against misery an ?suffering
GIRLS home /of; Mr and Mrs. L. C. Kick. j
NAME: : PATROLS liter Dr. Ogletree had just con- never ends. In peacY as in war the Red (losa keeps"on
Names were chosen for the cluded a series of meetings at '' ''I : 'I ,,:, ...
four patrols of Girls Scout Troop j the. Baptist church. Others pre.' fighting fighting fo human happiness d welfare
No. 2 at a meeting Tuesday afternoon tent were Rev. Phil Maxwell Mr. .
1, at the Methodist church,'and Mrs. Garland Edenfleld. Mr : : all the world '{ H} ; "' ,j,
\11 M follow: Red Bird patrol Mrs. and Mrs. A. S. Blair Mrs. C. M. over
/ M. I. Morrison"! : leader; Prim- Fox Mrs Charles C. Titus, Mr.
lose patrol. Mrs, Hubert Clements and Mri. Ronnie Cross Mr. and .
I leader; Bluebird patrol. Mrs. E. A. Burgess Mrs. Edna '
Mrs. Herman Re'ltt. leader: Owl Toutant Fred Septet Mr. and '
patrol Mrs J F. Bozone. leader I Mrs Arnold Bauer. J, B. Stewart ASK THE VICTIMS OF DISASTER. jlurri es,* floods anf epidemics strike at

The 27 Scouts present also made Cecil J. Moore. J. 8, Newcomb
plant to send a box of clothingto L E DeLoach. John Moore. thousands of American families every yfar. This year, as always;
a family In Greece' and placed ',
emphasis on registration fees' MRS. BLAIR ENTERTAINSVADA the Red Cross will be ther -with eme ency medical aid form
which are due next week MALDRON CIRCLEMrs
Announcement was made that A. 8. Blair was hostess \ 'the injured : ; food, clothing and shel! r for the homeless
t two specially qualified consult last Tuesday to the Vada' Wkl-
',' ants have volunteered their help cron: circle of the Baptist WMS. i ; j rehabilitation for the needy'War
on merit badge work. On they :; sh "used Valentine decorationsand '
I first Tuesday In each month. gave each member a small 1. against human suffering ri&ver enjs// ".
I VH. Marie McCullough will assist i heart bearing a scripture verse .. '
I lii health and safety badges which was read In answer to roll
and Mrs. Erwin Johnwlck on. .call. Mrs. Cy Fox presented the '
music badges. i program on "The Thrill of Be-.
i Next Tuesday March 4. Mrs. ing a Christian". with Mrs. C. .. ASK OUR WOUNDED VETERANS They,know at Qsfiand how the Red Cross helps'' ,
Johnwlck will meet with the ,
I L. Boggesi, Mrs. L C. Klckllter fjj ; ,
:. group Interested in music at the and Mrs H W. Munch taking them through their suffering, and mikes their days l less drab :,: ,
part. Others present were Mrs.A. '

NOW To / Qvla R. Maxson.'Mr., O. Howard, Right now, the Red Cross 1s providinrahousands with guidance in personal ;: r I
RfIlfNfUI Davit Mrs. Charles McLane Mrs. /!: "'' ." 'j
; :
{ s COLD i C H. Munch > .." and family problems II furru hinglepVesentation for their "" :*:,,\ '! ., h'iir *

a $1 r 666 ,OWriiifAll MR. AND MRS. KENNEDY '* 1 1'' :'s\.;':,'+'.c :;,\! Wt' :;'f1,\!:!'\.', (i'i'?: )>\v', '
NOTE ANNIVERSARYMr. ,t !/)_ } $ JV claims i ti j ; aiding readjustment to cjfilialife l ; ti I c' ; .
\ i.
ftEIAAAicOat and Mrs. T. 1. 'T.: Kennedy ,. I 1,1', ,\ 1Ww.:1: \ : :I \j'Iio"i.' ;; \ ,
_... _. \ ;, "' "jty ':' i.{ ',\ ,',. ,I; 1,.
-------- --- received congratulations from ,' \'t ''rt'i&H "" Concern for our veterans' welfare never ends! : ; 'i' W "
their friends on the occasion of 'J Jf M )h : ( i
A1fjJt] \ < '' }
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their thirty-third wedding an. : ,. ,;;',,:li, ) : "lt'' :,\' ),
i.., ', ,\ ." ,,,
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niversary which they celebrated : '\"
1 REALEST 1 on Friday, Feb. 14. .\ ':" : : .' -:" : .'. /:\ l :\::, S::,:) ,/+ '/...
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', .. OUR GIs; The Red Cross is a link with homel It helps nVintain theGI'S ( "
DUTCH TREAT CLUB ,:\ ''iti'MJ, ; :
: .v''k4( \ ) \ ;),. '
; '', / \ ") \ '
; HAS WEEKLYfEETING! \ ;\ ) ; :
%; TE the Dutch Treat club, !had \ morale with recreational_ programs and m y personalThe fctfjMjm&afcr.ASK : \;,{ \ '{ & \ :, ') '

I", ;, .! lunch then went at Tommy's to the Thursday Civic Center and need for this touch of home. co&inuesl '" >1f; !' # i ? \:..''f'J'f\ v. '

Properties all kinds for bridge Those playing were '
Mrs. Conrad Albracht. Mrs. C. ': : : :/
for sale. ( : ; ,
i Lloyd Chaff Mrs. Stanley Kitch. ; :: .. .. ;;
Ing, Mrs H. F Kelly, Mrs,. 8. .
Also tknee. 1 and insurMapp- Saladino. Mrs. L. E. Ashley Mrs ASK THE VICTIMS OF ACCIDENTS. Every.year, llo.OOO are killed \ 10,000,000 ./ :'0t\03) \, : )/' .
H. F Mason Mrs. Talmadge Wilson :
: and Mrs. T. J. F. Kennedy. injured by accidents in the U.S. Red Cross First Aid/ ater Safety and I <, ''f-"+;' '"' !i:-t, Jf) &&ii, \fV( \, :: .";
High score*.were made by Mrs r ; pR

', Edward i Ashley-and--Mrs- Kitching.i Accident Prevention programs hfflp reduce this tragic" k I, :;. '

I home bt Mrs. Herman Reltz. Mrs The war on accidents never ends ...:\ :1t
McCulIough will meet with the "
L Reall< r group working on health 'and : ', <
P. O. Arc \> Bldg. safety .at the Woman's club

I Phone 19 Other with Jolly Scouts Bozone will meet as at leader the ., I'j' the Cross 3';' i'' : 0:;; ': -,
askkvoufo ; ,
00 jRed Giv" I
,i son Woman's leader.club with Mrs. Morri- I. ';'"" ,,' ,r,,' 414141 erfa :'<( j" l'
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lr...,Lit cy ea so ,I'I'o' suits wuacsn.os, For this vital, humanitarian w*k the Red Cross needs hfapt .
"p 1&VL, :\N vas Lie ToOla TNa v 1CM 1,1VADWNrg4E raW/OLIMfai TW ,. ; your. ':/'. : : "l- ,

4 1"Fp$7, ,. PQtze ear "T T"lR iM MLRa a WMYCMUf.G STUART :: Your contributions will help thousands'of: our fellow-Americans ; ,1, < ; .

N5.1: : \
many of them in our own comrlunityi, -*" .. .. '
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"1J I'i"jl. rates a ocubt St' : ;(': ) ; ;

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,,' Sowon't you give now to the American Red Cross? It depends l' ,it; :< r, :

on you ; ; just as countless A means will depend on it. ; ; .
Sixty Smiles An Hour Service :,!
We know you won't let them own! : i.\!:; !
r ; From The Atomic Trio

Martin County ;
Ik c Yept Jack It Back. llappy W. Arc, Too. Chapte < : ,

Atomic Trio Grans of Wisdom: ,,"',' \ 1" ""

Nothing Is So Conte s That of Endeavoring of theAMERICAN .. .. '{,:ilt ;
to Eliminate the Good 0 sue.I .,
Your home need the advi o f merit in the .
I field of flowers grass and ruling the omit Trio '"., : "
t can help you in many detail We can assure quali I .
c' fied labor at all times, 4. I .' :, R'ED' CR "55" r
W* Clean Lots Groves, Stre and Hornet. --- 1 ;Jt; ;: ;
a Why look when it can be 10 d at the Stuart Feed I .fl" ,
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Store. .
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THE STtART NRWB, STUART. Martin Conntj.. FLORIDA IHmSDAt, FEB.,' I?, 167 r" __ "AQI( riB>r

gOCIAL NmS.and: Happenings of the WEEK ]IN STUART I WSCS WITH Mrs. CIRCLE MRS.Evans CRARY Crary TO" MEET will be hostess will Fischer be conducted, chairman by, Mrs..--Charles'-"*. //I'! 1.

to the Methodist WSCS circle Mr and Mrs. H. K. Hansen entertained "
next Tuesday, March 4, at with a luncheon> Decently. j
tvV.. STUART returned last week to add more which he said rivals anything he At the evening service at T.30: HERB STONE CRUISING ROWELL-TIMMERMAN ", Mrs.
VIES OF footage to his film. has seen In :yean of making the guest preacher will be Dr.! ON ,ST, ,JOHNS RIVER WEDDING SUNDAY I.;SO j jat her )home on Cardinal Their guest .ere 4 ,
Mrs.. ,J.J. Richards will William J. and daughter +
--- Accompanied by C. D. UeQnad I color movies, Schmidt will add George Barber of Milwaukee whoa Herb Stone, New York editor I Willis Tlmmerman and his slater Way. con Everett I
tinue the of "The Fine Art Karen and Eleanor and Adla ,
Mr. and Mrs.:/ Schmidt ind of the Stuart tn. completed film to his. extensive \ one of the outstanding preach. of Yachting magazine, who Is Mrs. Mildred Ryan arrived study I
Hotel, Schmidt of Using", by pr W. Mahart. Mrs Everett and daughter I I '
>. and Mrs Frank: Bowl of I film library and will send ers of the north and well worth spending a winter vacation at Ih Stuart Sunday from Burling Ralph ', ,
N. y were guests made picture of everything Insight I a copy to C:D. McQuade', who hearing the Sunrise Inn, to taking a two- ton Iowa. Mr. Timmerman'i Beckman Following the study are visiting her father'and '' I'I'
ID ghamton,, StuarJIotel, In January, airport,, railroad station, i will nuke It available for local week: curiae In the St. Johns I marriage to Miss Artie Rowell session, a short business meeting sisters In Hobe Sound. ; ? t tr

and highway entrance to Stuart i I showings. MI$. LAW HOSTESS river on the yacht Pelican, loan. will be an event of '"' IIt
went r
ten they satlflshinf : ; points of Interest In town ed to him by the owner, Max March 1, at 6:00 at the t !
Liter) lohnf. Sehmidtwho, Is a'': and{; In Jensen; local Industries; MRS. AND MBS. MAPP AT One BRIDGE of the LUNCHEON most elaborate Reynolds. I church. Rev. Phil ) SUnd."I Highest Cash For 'Your' Car, '-
Lion picture enthusiast, .hotlr and scenic spots on both the Indian I HONOR THEIR QUEST' ,officiate. The visitors
of winter
parties the
Mfl feet of color film at \that and St. Lucie Rivers, He Mr. and Mrs Edward Mapp entertained the bridge luncheon season Mrs. John was ALTAR SOCIETY PLANS" I:home of the -. \ WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES ; i 4 ,
L Impressed with closed his I 'cots, Mr and Mrs A. Rowell, I
He wu M I picture with a view of at a picnic Sunday at BENEFIT GAMES C. '
Lart and..Its resources: that he I_the sunset on the St,Lucle_ l River, 'their home on the south tork of M. Law, j Jr.,at gave the on Washington'sbirthday Lighthouse.Varicolored A benefit games party PARTY Is ache.: en St. Lucie Crescent We can pay you the O P. A. limit for your car which 0 i
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the St. Lode River. Ouest of asters and gladioli i duled for Saturday night: March I' I ia as much as you can anywhere and ''lily

honor was Mrs. Mapp's sister, were used as decorations. Following 1, at S:00 p. m. In the town hall BAPTIST; WMS PLANS 5T1 WITHIN THE LAWSUNRISBLM0TOR tl 1
"FOOD" I MM. Bill Mather, of Duluth, the beautifully appointed at ,Jensen Beach. The party Is WEEK OF PRAYER j H
Minn., Present were Mr. and Mrs. luncheon; twelve tables were In sponsored By the Altar Societyof I The Baptist WMS met for a1 i CO. ,

Lloyd Travis and their houseguest play, with prizes, wrapped In St. ,JosePh Catholic church monthly meeting session at 3 001 I 31 ith Dixie '
Miss Frances Wooley, Mr. approplrate red, white, and blue, Tuesday afternoon, preceded by j 'I
Itr a THAT'S TEMPTING Fort Pierce Fla. Telephone 190 1
and Mrs. James Fyfe Mr. and going to Mrs. H. M. Klelfeld. METHODIST ROG UPS TO an executive board meeting Mrs. I ,
r m m THAT'S DELICIOUS Mrs. Archie lie Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Erwin Johnwlck, Mrs, T. J.r. HOLD. ,JOINT MEETING Ed Burgess presided as plans I, J
Joe Cane Robert Watson. Mr. Kennedy, Mrs. Hollls Potter, Next :Thursday evening,'March were laid for the week: of prayerto I -- r --
r / THAT'S
to ECONOMICAL. and Mrs. George Hlronlmus, Mrs. J. U Coleman Mrs. i Web 8, at 7:00 there will be a joint be observed next week. L. C. '
AT Peter Hlronlmus, Mrs. Bobble Ordway, Mrs. 1.1oylTravll.. meeting of the WSCS and the i Klckllter and ,It... Phil Maxwell CLARK'S PAINT SHOP
Doer, Mrs. Beverly Northrop, Dr. Others Invited were Mrs. Joe Wesleyan Service Guild at the I spoke to the group on plans for

and Mrs. F. C. Combes. Backus, Mr. W. R. Leach, Mrs. Methodist church the Guild will the church's annual homecoming OVER A&P STORE ON 4TH. STREET I,,

"THE BLUE GOOSE"When Lane Jennings, Mrs. ..Herbert be In charge of the program, and] day scheduled for March It We are prepared to handle any type Job
LIEUT. AND MRS.' COLEMAN Gardner Mrs. 8. W. Traylor, following a covered dish supper, Mrs. L. C. Klckllter was appoint. I
PARENTS OF SON Mrs Thomas Zimmerman, Mrs the groups will hold separate : ed chairman of the homecomingday AUTOMOBILE PAINTING w

Your Appetite Is Keen and You Want A First Lieut.,' and Mrs. D. L. John Wilson, Mrs. D. S. Hudson business meetings dinner, LET US MAKE THE'OL AR LOOK LIKE N W E

[ Hearty, Satisfying Meal, This is the Place to Come Coleman arq the parents" of a Mrs. Edwin Menninger, Mrs NO JOB TOO LARGE>* TOO SMALL I
baby son born Feb. 21 !kt the Arthur Dehon, Mrs. Evans "fKIFPER" HUNTER HAS r I IIH
Our Meals Are Carefully repared I DR. GEORGE BARBERTO HgaWithoV1 ,
Estimates: Sul ObligationW
Morrison Field StationHospital.( Crary, Mrs Eddie, Lee Smith. BIRTHDAY PARTY I i
You Get Courteous, Attentive Stfflct and Prices. The new arrival, weighed* 7 Mrs. Lee r. Terrell, Mrs. Edwin Dr George F. Barber, winter Mrs. K. D. Hunter entertained R. CLARK, Proprietor 1 '
Are fteasonabhYOUR" pounds, 12 ounces,'' and has been Pollard, Mrs. Boyne McPherson, guest: at the Atlantic Court I Saturday afternoon at her homeIn
t. named Donald tlnhart. The Miss Emma Luckert, Mrs. L. E.Ashley. .:I cpartment, will deliver a Lenten Eldorado Heights In celebration -j ,I
Colemana will make their homeIn Mrs.. L. A. ,
Arbogast, Mrs.R. message at the Methodist church of the second birthday of hereon it
,Jacksonville, where'' Lieut. 0. Judson, :
Arthur Schou- I Sunday evening. His topic will "Skipper". Present were Mrs. I I
FAVORITE ,DRllAS YOU LIKE IT Coleman has recently been made ten. Mrs. W. A. Llpplncott, Mrs. be "How The Cross Saves. Homer Hudson and daughter, -
provost marshal ot I the ?Army T< R. ChambersrMrs. Fred Hall Dr. Barber, a brother-in-law Bonnie Sue and Kay, Mr. Hubert FUGATE'' GREENLEES '

"BysJpnnny" base Mrs Coleman"Is the form Mrs. Herbert Dugan. Mrs Robert ,of Dr. b Ills Potter Is another Clements" and daughter, Kath j !
er Virginia Crowe, daughter of Martin, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs Ruby of Stuart's distinguished winter trine, Mrs. George Dunning and j I '
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. CroweOf Brown, Mrs. Engineering, SurveyVg, Blue Prints
wWs M O. Llttman. guests being listed In "Famous daughter Emma Lou Mrs. Alice I t
BEER, LIWORS and Kobe Sound. Mrs. Harry Heffner, )lr.. Paul ;Personalities of American ) Holden, and children Dickie, \-sX- i

ICE GOTO PREMIUM BEE -" Hoenshel. Mrs. H. H. HlpsonJ odism" for outstanding Diantha, and Hughie Terry Lee ,I Estimates SubnajajsJToy RequestP.
CHURCH PRESENTS Mrs. Robert Kraskey, Mrs.: AllloonI Cincinnati, Toledo and Schrecklngost, Billy and Connie
| PACKAGE GOODS CEO. CASPER, Owner ERNEST DAVIS AND J. Hull, Mrs. Stanley Smith, Miss I bus, Ohio. With his wife, leth'j Christopher, Harry Brown, jr., :, O. BOX 24 STUART fLORIDA I :
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MAKE DR. GEORGE BARBER Ide Albracht, Mrs. A. H. Chap. lot Dr Potter, he Is now a Mrs. Freda llerrltt and sons, ) I
PRACTICE TO EAT HERE Stuart will have pelka, Mrs Archie Kidd. Mrs. I
again .the opportunity I I dent of Milwaukee Billy and Freddie, Mrs. Joe Phllp '
OPEN DAILY 10:00 A. M. TILL Ii30 A. M! to hear Ernest Davis, Richard M. Smalley, Mrs.Tluth I and .on,''Leslie, Mrs. Ronnie Cross :
I .
New York concert soloist who Stevenson, Miss Mary Schackel- ;I PRESBYTERIAN FUND .and daughters, Pam and Connie, -- -- ,
Except Sunday will sing "Come Now'. and Let lord. Miss Mary Louise ,, Sloan, STILL INCREASING ,Johnny Maxwell, and Bobby .
Miles Us Reason' Together" by Steb- Mrs. Phil Pence Mrs Walter' Contributions I to the Presbyterian .I Crandall: CASEY'S GOLDEN GATE CAMP .:
3 North of Stuart )
( on Fed. Hi-Way bins, at the Methodist church Davey Mrs. Earl J. Rlcou, Mrs.: church building fund are Beer Wines and Sandwiches 1
Sunday morning, Talmadga Wilson, Mrs. F. )I.; I
still coming In, according to the ATHLETIC EVENTS .
n Mason, Mrs. Andrew Berkey pastor, Dr. C. A,tarrlel: who reported ,SCHEDULED FOR SPRING I OVER NIGHT CABINSTRAILER i 11, .
'Mrs. Stanley Kltchlng, Mrs. that an additional $50, Coaches of the Indian River I and ,)
Luther Dameron, Mrs. Price was given after the report this Conference, meeting In Stuart I' RK .1
THE LITTLE JEW RY SHOPPE French, Mrs. Carl John Mrs. W week. The total has now reach* last Saturday In connection with | I'
/, Matheson. Mrs. M. R. Mathe-i I led a new total of $15,08772. ,the basketball tournament, made I GAS and 0 +
WATCHES RINGS ton, Mrs. L..W.* Barnes. | "If present plans work out," arrangements) for two spring Opent 7 1 30, A. M. to P. M, :. I sI

.: ..-=- the pastor said, "we hope to I sports events A swimming meet'' 2 Miles South of Stuart ederal HiWIY No, \ .
MISS (GASSER AT break ground for the new buildIng :will\ be held In Melbourne on' T. G/CASEY 0 ...
SPChatelain ALS SOPHOMOKE. DANCE f this summer," April 25 and a field day In Vero
Columbia, Mo.-The' Sopho' I I Beach on May 16 Stuart will !II III .w------ --.-_..- z :4 y I
more class of MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL have entries In both events and'
Stephen ,
:-$2.20v.: College j! ''I
Sets and Pin Sets I I II
.. 0 (Tax Include c1)) here recently entertained with a Births e practice ,U already underway In' ':
dance which was attended by I To Mr. and Mrs. Wendell D. local schools j .
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD PERT WATCH REPAIRING Miss NanCy Qasser of Jensen Waters, a son, Roger Dustln, I _
Beach, A night club atmospherewas Feb. 20 MATRONS CLASS HAS LARGER LOTS IN CITY "

215 OSCEOLA ST. LYRIC THEATRE BLDo. created by the use of small I I To Mr and Mrs, Robert S. GAMES PARTY 100 ft. x 660 ft. :
I candlelit tables' 'around the I Barker a daughter, Betty Jean, The Palm City Farms.home of :
dance floor of the Lodge; Clubroom I Feb 23. Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Ness was
,, and a floor show was pre1 Admitted the scene Tuesday evening<< ot a SEE : I r, ,
suited by members ft the class Mrs Martha Dlckerhoff, Hobe benefit games party sponsoredby l Il
during the evening! The parents''' Sound; Robert. Jeffries; Mrs the Matrons class of the O = i
of Miss Gasser, Mr. and Mrs. I Ruby Zipperer, Fort Pierce; Mrs. Methodist church. Those playing TTO"LISTEN" IN S r
Walter W. Oasser, reside at Jensen I I Caroline Pickles; Mrs. Edna Abbott were Mr. and Mrs Bert R. Smith, : I I

Beach, I : Salerno; John Kirk; Fred Mr and Mrs. John E Taylor, 'I: .. J
Clark, ,Jensen Mr and Mrs Louis Tinkler, Mr. ::' : 'I la
CHURCH BUILDING FUND Discharged and Mrs. A. C. Courson, Mr and
ROW, TOTALS 15,000| Thomas Beavers, Salerno; Mrs. Mrs I I.. Decker Mr. and Mrs. to WIRA
ts j The First Presbyterian church James Smith; Mrs. Florence Pil- Edward E. Carpp, Mr. and Mrs I"
,- -, J JI [I wishes to thank all who made I ger, Jensen; Mrs. Roy Pierce M. S. Canodor, Miss Martha 1400 ON YOUR DIAL : ,
I possible last Sunday's success ,i and baby son, Palm City; baby Jones, Mrs. R. C ,Johns Mrs 8:45.9:00 A. M. "Strictly Personal" "
Its 1'u In reaching the Immediate goalof La Jam. Paul A. DeVllblss, Mrs. W Me- Monday and Wednesday : J'1o i uu
$15,000 In cash and bonds; for I Admitted and Discharged Farland Mrs. George Conrad .,
1 Presented by Stuart Hotel, LaPointes Jewelry, : ,
S I the building fund. In cash and ] Sylvanus!! Crews; Mrs. Margaret and son, Carl, Mrs. E. p. Beau, Magdalena Maloney, Alderman's Bakery. "
checks and pledges of payment Williams. Mrs. George Carps Mrs. E. D. I
ws11rV belore July I, 1947. $2.555.65 wu Wells, Miss Cella Atwood. High I 1:30 to 1:45: "Calling,Martin County" : '
i I received, of which $1,11475 was Roscoe Rollins was Ih Gainesville score prize went to Mrs. Wells News and Notes from "Home" Monday to Saturday.: !ry S I IJij
5:15 to 5:30 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday t (
each and $1,44080 pledges. Added last wek for a superintend and low prize to Mrs George t 'l
to $$12.482 on hand this cnts conference. Carpp.. I "Crosby Sings" .:: 1 4 I i
brings cash and bond assets up i I Presented by Rowell urniture Co., Little Jewelry i
r to $11,037.72. Others have expressed Shoppe, The Blue %nose, Wiley Motor Co.
a purpose to help. Thank LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental 5:15: to 550 Tuesdays
Arrived. '. Homes with us. "Muiio Fv Listening"Presented I
you.Dr. j {
Chas. A. Carrlel's sermon L. FULFORD byJIC. B. Arbogast '

MOM next Sunday at 11 a. m. In the I EVERY ALL ,DAY ITS 4 I' ti;
Woman's Club will be "Why I' cR.J e.l"/e

Lane Headquarters Am A ChrlS I:: IJUYIVC:' e SELLING tRENTlNC I A '

on CIRCLE IN Write P. O. Box '4 1400 On Your Dial +teM! | Tl

REGULAR. MEET 316 North Colora nut For the Best In EntertainmentT. hot I] ''i Vj(

The:\ Gee circle held a regular I Phone C. Schreckengost, Martin County Rep. ITJ,
1 business> meeting Thursday at Stuart rids Phone 126-W ". 4c'
Woodman's Hall. Those present e.
r Your New .
were Mrs; O. L Rowle). Mrs
William Olver Mrs H. E. Red-
dellen, Mrs. E. B. Chapmari, Mrs. I < .
ANEHoncnsi Ralph Ulmer Mrs. Frank Maur- ''
er, Mrs. Jphn r. Hilton, Mrs.. Irvin 'DODGE Get Rid of The Wobbles PLYMOUTH

B. Cadwell Mrs. ... L. Steel- .
man; Mrs. J. J. CUek, Mrs., RuthD. J '
Cartwright Mrs Stuart Oil-
son The next meeting will beheld i' With ,Our BEAR Safety Service it
at the Hell. on Thursday, ,
March 6. i -- t -X" .
Yes, we now' .. limited number terials. craft analllp' and styling >ATOP beinc ROBBED at,BIG TIRE MkLAGE, ftrfKid .f the Wobbles I Why U these invisible "STEER. '
of the LaM Hope '0. Into Lane dar Che'ts.'
beautiful new WESlETllt SERVICE GUILD I ING WOBBLES" rob you ef tbou..nd.fc rlfeMiU"!: WOBBLES caused by out-of-Iine wheels.get into
Chest for which yoii have :failed L-Lane'Is the onjirltoterf" srom,4lffcf, EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETS ,
'o' I long.' ..ChesU-TKar are' truly r* stidc .denuft w> 'Ida factory.superior "Mrs. Curtis WhJUcar was hostess every ear sooner or latef, tkroughJpfHPVlUMPS, CURB SCUFFS, and worD steering parts. They literally :-''

In quality, .beauty and absolute! moth Ares protec n.to. assure New, to the executive council of saw the Life Out Of Yo rifesT CA\ BLOWOUTS and ACCIDENTS, TOOl I TIRE SAVINGS
the Wesleyan Service Guild Friday -
workmanship- .*. "the' gift that waterproof Lane-welded "veneer evening at her Port Bewail ;ALONE will pay.for the ehtire cost of this\Ft SAVING SERVICE.
starts the h.... wIll poi( peel or crack.: home.. 'lau here discussed and
You will .y fled you"waited' for a get a free meth insurance polls; he program drawn up for the I f
Lane. <**% In with Lane -
the beat quality ma- your ., next meeting of the Guild which
will be MUCH, b Thosr present

wen Mrs. Virginia Kindred: M... RALPH
owl FurnitureCO.J Lillian HIII II,. Mrs. Mary Johnson ULMERyMOTOR CO.

", Mrs Lon. Tyson, Mrs.Frances -
*leoeliy. Mrs. Jeaaette I
!tUECtR( UJtbINC' -PHONE ftl Clements, Mrs.. EDeanor. { DODGE a ,PHONE/141 'PLYMOUTH:
Glass .

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I Y sf AOI, SIX THE! STDART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, nOtHDA, TmJKSDATFEB., 17, 1947

I I"" S Stuart News Weekly Market' Basket Page" J1

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;, ; ; / I OA'S BEGIN I I wife, Mr. and Mril.. Claude Jell world | 'I ...
/ 'market at all times By thus do- The Public* Health Program 1, Today's Milk...Tad..
SALES See U. For j T ART/IIIIII/II1 Ing have a traveling advertising STUDY COURSE ,r fries and hit daughter and font ,
Its infancy,
f.52l ; Is beyond the The AIda Orayson OA'i met ,In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip arrived U In Produced
a a-.--_!, (F.JM&i.i- 1 "1 ;DMA t..../' 1' ,.... Repain and and What,it NeedsBy I II value of agent any agency In your satisfied Monday afternoon at the Baptist early last week from Port i Already the plan the of free future aervfa servlc of and

SERVICE Parts annex to begin study of the Norris New Jersey just beforeMr I ,
I KENNETH STiMMELLillli11111tII11111111'II11I111IIIII111111111111, tourist. mass I-r.)*_operated by the Pasteur'ad
111. i
who the "Neighbors Half a World Away"The Jeffrie wa taken beIng
businessman places Board of He.lthIa
/ / / State
I Mr, L. C. Klckllte Mr. and Mr E. E. Hllder- Ia M I
value of a dollar over and above: correlated with the volunteer County
ARNQLD/BXyER Th of "Caveat Emptor'Lei brandt of Charleston, S. C.,
days the return of his customer willIn' and Mrs. J. p Blakeslee, are the group known a* the TB
t the Buyer Beware, are time find hu business teachers Those present were former residents here. will arrive Health
'St, Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W \in OQn"1 II over Edenfield, Jane and Nancy this week for a week's visit' and Health association.. BaratDairj
We are again a and above him, The tourist expects Joyce i services of the city and county
I' Morrison Pam Cross, Georgia at the home of their daughter.
a fair price for the Items and nnne
buying the welfare agencies
competitive by Bo
-- general P. O. 1042
In Stn
--- MM. Harold Rosbury ,
public. Oone are the daysof he wants, He realizes that a business Evans Patty Luckey Jollne I become bangle with the Red '
will be dinner guests on
stRnlwt radsaat*,,, I without profit la not business liter, Zola Mae Blakeslee. In
lush and uncontrolled Cross health service many;
money ....-- Friday evening at the home of:
j I spending. In Its place, we again any more than a pickle Is: Mrs. Marlon B. FUk. After their I communities and, as the public -
I 1 have a business trend in which ,candy. Generally speaking;: Palm City News Stuart they, sentiment for better living conditions -;
visit' here and In I
JANE PARKER. 'only advertising can .maintain markets: are like mobs, responding : will to Mlamf where they will for all the people grows ,
1 the flow of customers to our to human relations. Both can: By ANNA B. DAY go children and families.! .like a rolling snowball, It FOE INFANTS
j doors be Inflamed to create their own "llIl/IlIlllllIIlIlItllll/ ; u visit lake great deal of
doesn't a
HOT CROSS Mr and Mrs S. A. Homan left: I
We here In Stuart, the business destruction. 'i correlation of ALFAR/IILK
j' 1 It)the Februor11oth'Issue o"tile" Tuesday for their home in Pennsylvania -! vlrinn U a ;
men in general, have failed The businessman who advertises of these agencies to forma
there I in' a news item of ,' Furnace after several many!
to keep abreast of this business for the tourist to beat'a broader program- The Bet Mon a
BUNS I more than' pawing Interest to week here with their friends,' security I. BR
to his door' and then offers
trend and In doing path -
so are driving by governmentalcontrol
all regulated
many Stuart and Palm City the Harpstets and others. They BUY B
third class merchandise and DSAlfar
away forever the business that with monies derived
\is entitled "The SkWedding" and
readers. H
j expect to return year
I l-o* I third class accommodations, will
have thousands of dollars
we spent taxationIroning
29c :and. described at establish a home, ; from an equalized -
i to get. We have failed tograsp get a backfire. The man who Cr
out the complicationsof
(SSiamuJI'rs length the wedding of Bob The Father and Sons dinner; err
maintains fair trade practices
the seriousness of the situation Meservey who was ex-captain given last week by the Ladles' local communities their.effort
stands, keeps the tourist coming back. WEST rAUT BEACH
as It now and unless .
of the Dartmouth College Ski to promote a higher
Aid of the Palm was
fib ---,.. .... I the business men of this city Honest advertising, Fair trade team and Patti' 'Hill former a great success.City About forty or;'. standard of !living., .i 456 Flaming Dr. phone JQ
awake to the trend, all our ad- practices result In satisfied customers M.H.Armstrong .
Powers' model. The attendedthe
ceremony father and sons
WHITE HOUSE vertising efforts of the past are and a prosperous com more ,
took place at the Church of affair which was enjoyed by
APPLE BUTTER 14;:ar; 14c wasted. The tourist coming to munity. Christ In Hanover, N. H. with all. i,
Stuart must purchase certain: the pastor. Rev. Chester B. Flak -- Inlaid Linoleumand
Items and by him unfair] Thinning to prevent over- -
I giving ; : ; skied;;
officiating couple
("ENCORE MACARONI OR prices you have,eliminated him crowding by too many trees Is 'I
: iti a, customer of this city. Maintain -, helpful and necessary in growing the church and the bride carried -; DOWN theSTREET Asphalt Tile FlooringFancy
SPAGHETTI 2 IL: : 15c 'a bouquet of evergreen
fair ,trade practices, a fair: the best, and largest crop per 'boughs; They were dressed In ski Design i Work 0 /Specialty
------ I profit and you have a !ready] acre. For Restaurants, Bar, jfomet. Etc.
_. clothing. After ceremonythey
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Will In.tall Anywhere ,J% /or Estimates Phone
I in
under arch oi
WHITE CORN c":2;: 15c S I ski poles, then left for- a ski; ,To k
I i Rev. Chester B.
I _!OICE.......=__,;,. U l E II risk honeymoon.who officiated, has preach- New movements or changes STUART TILE JOLEUM
In old processes are usuallyset
; R cd both In Stuart and Palm City.
\ DELICIOU----- z
; In motion by the opinions of Stuart, Fla. Phone 9157
He \is the son of Mrs. Marlon B.
I OXYDOL V I. the people one meets down, the
FOOD Flak well known In this com-
APPLES 2 35c
,, e I ; munity. street .'Time and again recently --
we've heard the remark
Rev and Mrs. H. L. Packard
FAVORITES. I "Did you ever hear of so many
Y this week have as their guests THE STEAK HOUSE
BRO OLL.29c E 'Mrs. Packard' sisters, Mrs. drives We ought to start a
Community Chest here and get
I 10NA FOR YOUR LENTEN MENU'S. REGARDLESS OF Frances W. Herrick, Mrs. H. C. all this soliciting done,in one big 3 Miles South of Stuart Fed. / i-Way
Speed and their friend, Mrs. A.
19cI Martin county with a
and wintering in West Palm PLATE LUNCHES ICIES
a. No. 2 STRETCH YOUR ALLOWANCE BY TRADING AT I population of about t,5W _
12c Beach. has been asked fa ,approximately Beer, Wine and Sol rinks'
CANIONA AT On Thursday evening Rev. and
FKtSHMUSHROOMS-sl -- ------- I $50,000 this l winter in GAS, OIL, TIRE and A REPAIR
Mrs. Packard and their guests
I 1 tea different drives for worthy
DICED will be the guests of Mrs. Marlon Open ? A. M. to3> A.
I CENTRALa causes. Yet t< come Is the Cancer -
PINT < T Hilt at a waffle supper
53P lB. drive The surprising fact G. L. Dunning, Owner
r CARROTS The many friends here of Ro-
I f W Is that the quota is usually,
"Where Economy Stules" : bert L Jeffries of Stuart and '
l. No. 2CAN Port Norris, N. i., will be happy oversubscribed whether it be /4wa.r
lOc WE HANDLE NATIONAf BRANDS OF I for $1,000 or for 10000. However .
: LOiuIDAORANGES.oa.2 : to learn that he is slowly recovering : -
t C CANNED GOsflDS I from the \heart attack Its-only of the through the winter generosity From where I sit fy Joe Marsh

IDAHO BAKIN Strained A Visit To Our Store Wfl Convince You he suffered a week ago and maybe many :
Akron & 2nd St. / J. BROOKS, Owner I !; able 10 return home from the visitors that such sums are .
'' BABY FOOD j!hospital this week. His son and laid OB the line for the publicgood.

POTATOES I -. ---- -.- Because, most of thedrives Bert Solves
\ I an for a national fund, '.:,

I 1 0 : SstEn! -2 ,., 17cBALLJRDS / NIJ I StCRET ABOUT the visitors here Instead make their of In donations their-i the Labor( Problem

/ home _
towns or else divide ,

I A A GRADE BEEF '' A SLICED 1 'r, i / ,between the two localities. you hear a lot about capital and If co y Hssabeer-trMlNi

SIRLOIN \ ,":<,.7,, !... i w Largest amount asked so far labor nowadays,u if the two could ll'i. it wsccs or boars or epic
I"\r ; 69C[ BftCON A.' v'- for the local hospital which can never get together.. But look at sues key talk It ever at Umiveaiiif
STEAK use an unlimited amount for ex- Bert Chi Ide.._w.o hu ut KM f Msaloni.nt .
panding the facilities... of producing...,
: 69c AND'QUALITY $15,000was a fairdiedof her' I say all labor proUMisimple .
B' set as a tentative budget to cattle,and t..ofer.hand work..
fRESH CAUGHT ore as Bert's. But trail
I cover the annual deficit Ing for hi.
: IICKORY SMOKED wh I sit the basic principle at-
MULLET Chamber of Commerce achieveda If you called/ Bert a"capi_ Pit to any farm or factory C
JOWLS $10,060 goal. With no definite h* wouldn't know what yJ_ hu I A principle of confide"-

.t quota the public gave $4,000 for meant, and neither would Spike a mutual respect, of daily tab
'1 2 Lb.. 29 0 IN the National Foundation of Infantile and Sandy, th* hind! men Bert ether In friendly and ClIo
.B. 17c Paralysis The School works tide by aide with both of ial atmosphere.
Cod Fish MEATS GROCERJESund VEGETABLESWhen Band and the Red Cross are now them; and In the evening.they alt ,
tAN asking for $4,000 each. .'The around the fire together -.harinf
FILLET, Lb. 3tc
ti's: .. You Sho Our Store Sailfish Club Is still working to- a friendly glass of beer or two. Joe i

fiLLETS, Lb. 33c SALT PORK We Have Many Special Food Item to! WMake Your Menu Complete the wards a $4,000 quota (now near
half-way mark and the
I .Smoked" .35 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE U TIOUR STORE Children Home society and the ,- CopyeigAt.1947,United Slates itrerwe yesa/a.e

,i.. Finnan Haddie, Ib 37 I TB and Health Assn gleaned a r ; .. -

\ SH PORK I I1 IS thousand or more/ from the communities -
; Smoked Cut

\1 i SALMON_ Lb. 67c PICNICS The CompleteCROMER'S Food Store The appeal of the c get unty.results for WE ARE HAPPY

.I Envoy various reasons: Some give asa

SPAM, t2.qz. Can 3ge matter of cold dollars and
t Boy 33 MARKETTHE I cents business It might be
1 Cooking Oil more satisfactory to
,EE VEAL & LAMB collect
I MAZOLA, pt. jar 42c 'RIS ET UP TO DATE STORE these needed funds through

I'"j'l! WE DELIVER rllONE .S' taxation so that all benefactors
Syrup Blue Label STEW would pay in equal share for
KARO, No. )1 I 16c WHERE SERVICE COUNTS WE WIN the business returns they will YOU
Cereal 8oz. pklf. receive. Others object to this
"j'l ', WHEATIES Hc B. t \ 29c ------ ------ Idea as It fives the public of- Always You Will Receiv Friendly and Efficient 1
; flcialss| Jurisdiction over the Service
0 spending of the funds. The When You Come To Our Store, Where Y*,

41' emotional appeal of. many
: LAYING I causes gets handsome gifts for WILL FIND A LINE OF

{ CASH 2 BAG 1.1.7 national research work and restoratlon -

'I' t of afflicated. and unfortunate -
f I I'' DAILY Quality Meats
; victims of circumstances GroceriesAND'
9! /
HORSE F FEED Per: beyond their control. ,
enl : 4.08 8 The same donors react pleas- / /
1 \__ unable ,
to Giving Away their
money but would Resent being Fresh Ve/etables
5 ,taxed for II broader national
Box \ health program to finance the Our Shelves Stock.dW'
r tame research measures : Delicacies for

MOTOR A-PENN OIL 2 Gal. \\1 59' The Intermediary Community, between Chest may public bean Your LejAnWrau*

CAN philanthropy through\ many MAKE IT A/ABIT\
"- --- -- > SHOP
( fund-raising drive and a gov

ernment-supervised! program of
AR-GO funds to aid the-1fortunate of AT

the nation: .-But the oU-tge

NBC SHREDDED pension tJIw'aid to dependent
children: and aid, to the blind

WHEAT 14c 9 Super Sale Days Feb./27 thru March 8 seem broadscal definite program forerunner for.the of future a- ANTftONV'SEconomy x

I to prevent human suffer.

,Special Birthday .

Price List MEMBERS>. Grocery
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I 12 Pages, Newspaper Size, l IiOMEOWNtD"FR1ENDLY ,
y In, Gef m .. OPHUTBO!!
Store. Akroa
Coloi. Copy at e e s e A... WIDKLTVW TaHypeMt'I' **,

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and MrL )iWM L'paler, ( .HMMHNHIHMHIHmmilHIIUIHIIIIIIIIISALERNO. u i l I I I t l) I I Mrs Jack Saundersott, president Deed-Banner Lake Village to W. D.--Chas. P. Oliver to Elsie WD.-4 r JKnowles to.Oeo. W.(!WD.-Oearld P Murphy to WX>.-AnlU R. Tllton, to Volta k;: t 'i "
a tlrend, or'OIDId1ai; : N. tt NEWS opened the 'PTA ,=meeting W. W. Jlmel. J. Ecklln: ; Johnson. Ur O. Sheridan. Le'-I T. Wacha "

last weekend: ,/. Miami" Thursday evening at 8:00: o'clock Sat. Mte.-a. H. Tutor to Oene .D.-John ,Lenharti to Nancy W.o.-o8O, W. Johnson to Wini I Oil LeaeWoodlane Co. ,Q.C.-.Anna Brown to Mrs Wal'I I"'I JI It( .1

AlimilllllllllllllimilllllllllillllllllllllThe'Salerno By MRS.' O. D. QUIGLEY with the ''rial Salute and the Ferguson. I a Stuart. fred J. Cove.WD.Amsterdant Magnolia Petroleum lace O. Clement t I'"

H. I.. Dev Co. to I -,:
PTA. J -together sons accompanied Mtg.-Oene Ferguson to O Affi.r-WDt. Parks to The Pub-
School has a new I at the piano by Mrs TIlton: I lic. Martin Blavaschl.WD I

RUMWHISKEY' stage curtain. with the help of Edna Coutant Mrs Shelby Mc- Army Dl -Martln: L. Brown: i Mtg.-Oenevleve KUng to Citlcens ,_Walter M. Mohr to Am
several PTA members, the stage w.o.-A. A. Schaerer to St Lucle Bank.
Culley the devotional Mrs sterdam Dev Co
gave River Co. S.W.D.-Martln R to Estate-Improvement
curtain' Is now in place and the Taylor mla
Q CD.-Weil to A. O.
AND pupils and teachers are very Kindred gave ,a report on the Death Cert.-Death of Thomas. Bert L. Allen. Swlut ft.,,
proud pt It. lunch room. The resignation of X' Martin. Lease Cancell-Tllton Inc.. to
t tIt
SWD.-8alerno to
: Dev. Co.
[ WAr Taylor Corp. to Ruth Homer St. Sauveur.WD .
Mn. Harvey Shelton was .read
Mrs.George Osborn, ST., presi- Clara May Douglas. Work
Helen Clark. Andy W Anderson to
RUM dent, presided at the Ladles' Missionary and accepted. The first and sec Mtg.. Blvd. Bldg. Corp) to CHI-
RONRICO WD. Elsie Hanson to City. of Cha V. O'Neil.
Society at the church ond grade the goldfish tens Bank.
LABEL rooms won -
COLD Stuart. WD.-Paul If. Hardwick to C. H.
4.155thRONRICO, Wednesday evening at 7:30.: She (for the month of Match, at-" Mlg.-Bruce Jose and Harry O. HardwIck. W.D.-A. P. Krueger to .Robert is planned to do a considerable amount of Improvement '
also had charge of the lesson, Lee Mosley,
ter which Mr, John Cray science Mattern to 1st Fed. Sav.. WD.-Clifton Green to Cella
RUM using as her subject, "Is Chris It Loan.: Oreen. SWD.-Earneat C King{; to Hubert !- work starting September 1947 on a 20-
teacher of Stuartshowed moving b
Christian L. Stiller { 1
tianity Present
YEAR 4.95 OLO-DS 5thIRON LUXa. were: Mrs 6. D. Bever, Mrs. J. I. pictures of "My Japan1" and F.8.D.-Rohrback.B. W. Ward to Robert R. WD.-John Barbas.E. Reddltt to Catharine 1 I Acre Estate near Stuart, Florida, such .s Clearing' .

McCullum, Mrs W. L. Merrltt. Ecquador, after which Mrs. and Additions
Landscaping Road Repairs Repairs
MERITO'RUMCOLO W D.-Salerno Dev.: Co. to Ed F. Army Disc.-oeo. p. Hlronlmus. : to ,
Mrs. Oladys Perry Mrs. O. D. Emma Kindred fare a very Interesting Romlg: WD.-Amsterdam Dev. It Sales Docit
Building and Water Supply and the
LABEL Quigley, Mrs, Fred Pedersen .SewjA,
talk on Tokyo. present Mtg.-Nathan Schonbertef to Co, Frey O. Knapp. SI.GNSf
4.15 5th Mrs.Wllbar Martha, and Mri Whittle Osborn.A Mrs. J. P. were: Mrs. Josie Brown and 1st Fed. Say b Loan Co. W.D.-..Amsterdam Dev. ISales )like, RELIABLE FlV WHO WISH'TO BE CONSIDERED Ii'

RUM Josephine" WX>.-Verna Turner to Eugene C6. to Robt. B. Dunn,,. la.
BRUGAL daughter, Potman FOR OF THIS WORK ARE o
meeting was held at the Cabre. Sales Cent Hudgln Boat .Co.
WHITE"LABEL. Methodist Church Sunday afternoon Mr, J. J, McCullum,Mrs. Rebecca Navy DIIC./ohn James Davey. 'to Chas. A. Christopher. REQUESTED TC TATE ULL PARTICULARS RE-
4.035thVANA concerning the Pine Patterson. Mrs. Tlllle Hulls Mrs W.D.-Wni. 1. Long to Alice F. W.D.-Amsterdam'' Dev. Co. to BO ELL. M i
SPECIAL RUM Rest Cemetery of Salerno. It was Harriet Allen Mr. and Mrs W. Drlggers. Chas. A. Roser' Neat to Store CARDING 'THEIR OUTFIT BY WRITING TO BOX +

WHITE GOUt decided at the meeting that a L. Merrltt Mr. anti! Mrs. Henry Mtg.-Albert Sidney Frlpp to jot W.D.-W. A. Palmer to Reubcii No, 307, CARE OF THIS PAPER. i ,
4.64. 5th small price be charged for each Kindred Mr and Mrs.Jack Saun- red Sat. & Loan. Sharp.
grave. ..... soon as It Is surveyed, derson Mrt. W D. Blanton, Mrs Chat. Mtg.-W. O. Johns to Citl- WD.-W. A. Palmer to Reuben f' NE 103-
MARACA RUM palms and shrubbery are to be Fred Pedersen, Mrt. O. D. Quigley sent Bank of Stuart Sharp. H
GOLD LABEL planted. Mrs George Osborn sr, Mrs. __ ____ __I _mm________
4.20 = alb Mr Orrin Johnston of Prince J. P. Wllbar, Mrs. Ernest King
Edward Island, Canada, Is visiting Mrs. Edna Coutant, Mrs. L. M
PON\\EY RUM his cousin Earl Johnson of Arnold, Mr, 8. McCulley and a'Il

GO > LABEL St. Lucie Inlet Farina.Ii1TER1fl Mrs. Harvey Homier
4.9 -- SthtUE Mrs. W. M. Marr Is visitingher I' .
daughter, Mrs. Arlo Carson e
OL SPRING and family of Naples this week.
vaoo OTTL ED 'IN BONO Mr. and Mrs. George Osborn, + { lease Read this Notiee'' ,

'7 5thMR. Jr, arrived Saturday alterweek's a
honeymoon .tour In the .
OSTO NCH state of Florida. After a week In J11. ,
BLENDED WHISK Fort Pierce the young couple ''t, \
will live In Stuart '
4.67 -- .h
Kendall' Mitchell and WIlmer i

HILL AND HILL aEI Johnson who drove Mrs. Lillian of RequestFor I
BLENDED BOURBON firf ay Mitchell down returned last

4.35-5th cialc o caulsEN'fI' week to Seaside Park. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams I
& B BLACK LABEL; II Jfalfteleni / aniLjMrs.: Williams' mother Mrs.

'3.72 BLENDED- 5th toe)wcn.Carlton J. B. Shelton.' are home occupying now. Increase in Rates :

R i Mrs. Lillian Mitchell Is visiting Telephone ,
her daughter, Mrs.- Sam I
TER CE Hamilton and Mr Hamilton in !
orseshoeackage SKIEXHIBITION Miami thli week. ,. f
WATER MT' and Mrs. Conrad Johnson I >
; .h
returned home Sunday after'four I &
[ Store weeks In West Palm Beach with Your Telephone Company has found it imperative to File ". '11 ,
their daughter Mrs M. M. Krlser
,' with the fhrida Railroad Commission "' I''
application for'h'
cross From City Dept. and family. "i ,
CYPRESS GARDENS ,Mr. and Mrs Walter Clark and it ', :"...p'\ (; T, higher rates on local telephone service and on most long" I
daughters, Carolyn and Martha, "It''
\AMERICA i SOPIC.4I IIONDI*LAID distance calls within the state. This action was taken
who have been visiting their :V''i' ..
__ / :'I ) .
n son, Walter jr. at 'Tolcy's' left ) M:fr" !:: {;" because, telephone earnings are dangerously low and i l' I '
for their home In1 Sodua Point, .,.,1,'" \>.0' I
N *, I '' !:, ':I;!..,I"". J'1';* reasonable. earnings are required to furnish adequate ,. 'I' : I

Mrs Josephine Putman of '' ," 1 >>,vet: service. ,We ask that you read this message 'carefully r
Hemste'ad,N, H. arrived to spend .
the winter herr with;her mother, ; \ so you will understand clearly why increased telephone
Mrs. Josie Brown. '
rates + '
Mr,' and Mrs. Silvers of Newark ,, are necessary. ;

N. J. arrived to spend' '
few weeks weeks with Mrs L. ::1' 4,' ,
t -.. t :
Mitchell! Mr. and Mrs. Silvers '
I. '
NTRODUCINGWltrnfiriliou spent last winter here. $i: I i If
Mr. and Mrs Joe Prescott and ..,I ., C I
sons, Clifford and Jimmy and
their daughter, Mrs. Oliver of Your telephone rate Is low and It Is the earnest desire fasterthan the amount taken In. Therefore, it Is our duty j jI

ra Fort Lauderdale, 'were' dinner I "' of, your\ Telephone Company to keep it low.; as your public servant to report this condition to you I''
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mres. I since it directly affects your telephone'service. We must l' a
While has remained I the for .
rate same '
Adolph DeLoach, Mr. Prescott I your many years appeal to you for relief through the Florida Railroad S d
In Mrs DeLoach's uncle. the total coat of fW'JIlshlnatelephone service has steadily
Commission I which rates.The p
r our
Joyce H. Brooker and brother, gone up. Since 1940 our expenses for Florida operations {
Rev.Inland B. Brooker and Rev. have Increased 181 per cent, while revenue Increased requested rate increase for local service would be 11r;
Jack E. Nightingale of Jensen only 120 :per cent. on a sliding scale depending size: of locality. Authority i
Beach and New York State, en- is also being asked for an Increase of 5 cents on most long
f' joyed a day shark fishingTues-! distance calls within the state..
day with Captain Owen Quigley Wage Rates Up $3,788,181 t y

.and son, "or.INSTRUMENTS. '
Much of the Increase In expenses Is represented by wages, Request at ( ii

FILED FOR aince wages make up the greater part of the cost of Today's high c ts indicate a need for greater Increases ''' ) k''.

RECORD furnishing telephone service. Wages have/been raised In than we ar king, but It is hoped that operating experience 7; s
Army DI3c.-* e\son\ MitchelL keeping with national policiA and the general trend sufficient '' '4't
WD.-Bessemer Properties- to unjWthe proposed new rates will prove them :;: 'll { t
Oeo. J.. Mead. throughout the\ country Theswage increases) were necessary view of this, the Increases requested were held

Q.C.-E.: M. Cleveland to Jessie to assure, through cwpetent personnel, the to Runlmum. 5
provision of an adequate ervlc\ Telephone rates '
E, Hlgbee.WDj The new rates we are asking represent an increase of 1(
-Amsterdam Dev. .Co. to in Florida have been raised dur\g the ,past two :yeara'about I
10V4 per Cent of our total revenue In Florida. This
Jos. B. Bucke,. by 13,788,784 on'an annual basis 6
Q.C.D.Richatd, E.: Klncald to j Is small when compared with the Increased'costs of do- l;

C. B. Arbogast. During 1946, new telephone ins lations totalle ,- Ing business generally. In fact, telephone service under J,

ewk WD.-Hobe Sound Co. to Lots 600 In Florida but 62.000 people/ As. still waiter for the new rates will continue to be one of the best bargains 't

J 8. MeOra,,; telephones. This demand forces us toVilld newmdlitles, available! The service has been considerably extended and i a he

Deed:-Banner Lake Village ,to now, in the face'of high costs. The coAof e King buildits ,value has been increased many times l since present h it,

k ings has jumped 75 to 100 per cent andVwverall cost of rates were put Into effect. ,

providing telephone facilities has adwuJfd CO to 65 percent Southern Bell wants rates no higher than necessary to '+ c

Despite these high costs ,we Hrcpwno folks-and furnish everyone with good service and safeguard the full 1'e r

.y'Z there are 6,600 of us provldino erviceVln Florida- usefulness of the telephone to this community. The proposed is. ,

must continue to Improve .seiwe generaV, Our plans rates are the very minimum we can get by on. In t ;'
y.'ill call for gross expenditures o pproximatel\$65,000,000 the face of rising costs, they are very modest. wil t f
for telephone constructional Florida durlV the next'a*

five years. l ot
7l l2 WHEN A LOSS OCCURS ; i tl,

.. : rnosaiv l/'fi.o eI.rIisp and Yes'Hava Pay-Out ID easing'Faster' Than Ime-In' Proposed New Monthly RatesSTUAR'T ; i ?'l

Insurance, It Is A ,
l\ity With the tremendous Increase la the expenses of BurnishIng f
touch this Auuingly fine ex. M T etFeellu telepho /service and with rates.unchanged fowears, '

unfit ot j M illvrrimlth'l arts-%H 10 ill superb o wit we hay / //flculuimelDadna'! ends meet: So mufh so, 1 Ply 2 Pty a f' 4 Ply 1

{ 'deign, ,ttnt* ill chjrm and i i'will dis lion ,you Will .Be LOCAL r, :that today ,we find ourselves confronted'with the I Ht ButineHResidence; ,5.00 4.25 3.75 '

lnw'ht your hear that rvinc Ingrid il AGENCY Ys. ';, taringt, US" 2.00
,truly a royal l roseessiunst oVtilncd fAvod. Fdi KNOW Ko Attend '' \ ,
n ati reeal'ople| dar about IhirfM. iewe Frank, ; Business Extension Stations 1.35 '
| j the No business can long' continue to render service whlr

WMtoj rrMk'>n which speaks of( old-woeld NenLSee11s, Now ,',4i ,:"t the amount paid out to provide! that service is Increasing II ,

jeaMIgIlliWp! '. .. ,, and whtawra of cndlr-Jil for Insurance of All .1' I "

IOi uss t eourt of k4egs Kind*. ., ,I .


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& ii"Wk'r Jewelers ,.. .
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M O.e.da %Rra, 3tsidrl, Pia.t ; 'ties. >!f ?.e.Areoie'; J .9" :.BUS/NISV/ CAN GIVE ADEQUATE, SERVICE/ ,WITHOUT) ADEQUATE EARNINGS' .



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., 01 uart Newo I- INSPIRED THINKINGBy WITH'TI: :.0-r0R5

Rear-A dm, Richard E. Byrd "g 0 ... .. on'

Published every Thursday at Not everyone of us cab spend five months alone, but WHEN WILL: THIS ErtDT,

Stuart, Martin County, Florida, each of us. can spend at least five minutes a day.to allow (Jacksonville American)
by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a I the pressure of event and self-concern to give way to the I '14th SAYCRAZYt home buyer ,were looking at a house,
Some It
Florida corporation. guidance of God ]In this way the ordinary man and the lth
Entered a* seeond-elaa matt statesman can adppl1l; ) the inspired thinking that will fulfill In the $9,000 class. Overhead the plastering showed pin
ly where quitting time bad come, where the next morni,,
matter at the post office at the aspiration!) of democracy. 1
Stuart The of our national] faith is important work began. This was true in several other places T
Florida, tinder the Act rediscovery more ) !
I than find these paint from the walls went down over the baseboard. T\
of March t, 1J7J. anything I may on new explorations
A FREE PRESS I in Antarctica. r i cabinet ,work was so sloppy a finger could find space)4i
T 4 34 YEARS OF SERVICE i tween the Inferior veneer used. Houses were jamu

and T*. Koltt Dlllr N.... *M a mMMrUltuit 1 cne against the other. Desperate! G. t.'s and others will t t&I!
s of ..,. Tl.... It* flnlUMut .... these houses, spend 25 yean paying for.them. We p.<,
A FREE PEOPLE plains leis, and. /at III."IIi:..".....April.% with:II, tC:0: :::= oiQooOs: :====::Ioeloc:=::::::toao say not "what the unions have done to labor", but vbr|
.. ... .....,
wbkh The Tl lid>u4 uJdb the unions have done to America. Because a man cm
1117 Th> Mlwrt par MxnmcM 1q
... OolcW 9, Kit. lu _k.I NEWS and COMMENT to get a union card, he ia accepted on these jobs. now .
I .. .....
rltlm [
.u th.
....,.. hNid. (".= u A '(He conscientious a builder may be'often times he must ,a
f '---: ._ a. O=o''O :; o====ocOoao R ) Sl cept their world because there! i II nothing! else to do Told 3.

1 tm>'iTAp.. LTUNa..r.. ...,..r,.,...::,... _...........:. .....::...._:.W.Adwnlain9...,,.:,,,,+..,.a..m.l ::::: SALTY MALLANTS, Miami Daily News fishing editor, ,yTS aQ LtEsFCA Integrity and high purpose that even the most ln,
has written': "In my estimation, Stuart is still the best workman once put into hit job i is disappearing, ?MOIl
.. ._ SUBSCRIPTION! RATES fishing spot along the Florida East Coast You have a tMANJ'GEM grubbing America Is nofthe America of our hearts. Wk,
u All OM r........ _.. ....... TV Y.a,.........'..."__"_"_",,..... congenial group of hard-working men up that way and will this cheap attitude toward things end, and when' !
-"'''ing rot.. told know M a..pll.*iloii. ."no .......nwt nmrns i tin right they should get more cooperation from those who should -
A. A.....taurf Prom I*I*fJMt ieliiilvlr sop .b..,,"IUrod ilembO w the.dvBrtliv an for...w9.b11roip..f., .' all mra be interested In''Martin county as a fishing paradise." THE COUNTRY PRESS
-- Salty is "the salt of the earth," and I think that Martin (Industrial New Review)
PRESS county folk ought to know that he turned down flat
an Some of the most Important things in life are Ul
OrOCO==== -O=OC====OCO==== OCO offer to pay his expenses': up here when he addressed a for granted and accorded scant consideration until tin

Worthy Meditation January Sailfish Club meeting, cease to function. For instance, the sccupantjs a,duly!
lous Pullman sleeper think little about the wheels on what h hit
:==o=o0000C =:=OCO -. O DON INNKS, active in real estate here during the *"Sl atECONOMIC rolls. The most vital things are generally the Itu

No man i i. born into the world whose work i i. not boom, now a resident of Beverly Hill, California is R obvious. The country preys goes in thircategory. But (ills,
born with him. a Stuart visitor for, a week or two after he plan to- would be United States without the
There it always work, and tool to no country PI'iI8II'! '
work with, for those who will) and blessed are the take a Caribbean cruise" "You people here forget more than there would be a Pullman car without a whet
horny hands of toil. The busy world shoves angrily how lucky you are, he said, "surrounded. by all this No nation in the world is so universally served sit

aside the man who stands with arms akimbo untileca.io tropical beauty and wonderful waterway Don newspapers_a* ia the! United States. ,But the average!! ti,
tells him_what to dot end he who waits to commentedon! HO many cities in the. West which are.---.-- -.- ten doesn't know this- ne lanes me newspaper for grui
nave nil talk marked out .han die and leave his errand surrounded by desert waste and ugliness, and wnere HIGHLIGHTS ed even in: the. /smallest town. And yet "without the nIt
it i ill really an effort to beautifuy. He is also strongly
", unfulfilled. community affairs could not conducted the
paper as <
Jamet Russell impressed by the important factor in Stuart' futuredevelopment By R. A Lull think of town without
Lowell are. Try to your newspapers, MI,
created the
interest of
_. by a group of the smallest weekly. Where would\ get the
-- -- -- -- you news u
In' this The American dollar of
I outstanding Chicagoans all 140,000,000
DON'T CHOKE area.RECEIVED a* our people
THE RIVERS e the Intimate information on births, marriages, death m(
must have discovered by this time has shrunk
Before plans are drawn for the proposed two the affairs of the community that at some time
new i or otter
bridge which would create direct ) a query this week from Publicity, Inc., Boston, s'o far a* purchasing power i is concerned. MeaauredIn
a route from Where
to the ocean beach, the should Stuart ; desiring to know ,how Stuart came to be called Stuart;and terms of the cost of most goods and"service*, it will do I are so Important to every family would you m
public demand that of the courts
those the the
: proceedings county legal notices,ikiL,
plans for in regply penned them that yarn about the convivial Jack abont half the work it did a few short years ago. Despite !
) are bridges which 'will
open-span not the about
restrict the local
columns ,
new church
personal .
Stuart F.E.C. section foreman who in that, the world is the dollar ]
tidal flow or movement of fish life. was so hospitable seeking more eagerly than I
of local
and the
the advertising (
The temptation will be to resort to the a I his camp car that the early settlers got in the habit of ever and abroad, a nation's strength and hopes for the lodge, U
for large stretches because of the mistaken causeway idea that idea saying "I 1 et's go over to StuartV for a hand of cards and future are pretty largely determined by its ability to do I big city dailies carry the world news, but they cannot car
Hand the of the smaller
happenings towns
day-to-day and citsrAlong
fill, is cheaper than bridge construction. maybe a friendly nip. Now I want to know why they wantto business in American currency.
I with the school teacher, the local 1 editor ii
know. It is *
true that
\ Sand fill In the no one completely understands
long run i ia hundreds of times more what fponsible for the education of the community Ago
e might be described as the international
expensive t than bridge construction monetary
because it
\\ :choke the free flow of the rivers and greatly permanent-restricts WE NOTE that the members of the Florida Association 'cricus. Newsweek, for instance, recently ran a ]long: editor comments on activities local state, and nation
that affect the lives of all citizens. He discusses
.'u! the ingress of migratory fish. of Realtors have pledged themselves "toward article on world money.; In preparation, the magazine recounts questio'
I Extensive causeway construction these preserving a reasonable normal Value on.real estate it asked a veteran banker and former high public from the standpoint Of their bearing-on community,
might greatly reduce the sport and commercial on twobridges fishing in prices and guarding against unsound speculative ten official to clear up Rome of the obscurities The banker, fare. He must have a good working knowledge of t

the upper ;St. Lucle and In the entire Indian River all the dencies." Which reminds us that a fellow came into smiled and answered, "Don't you think that I ought to, ernment, legislation, social renditions industries sal
\vay to Fort Pierce. The Fort Pierce end In already block. our office this week, gave us an ad announcing a make) it clear to myself first?" The subject is so enorm taxation the things that affect the working man, t.
rid by strangling cauneway new enterprise, then left blithely remarking "I've I ously complicated, so subject to sudden change that the businessman, and the family. The local editor accept
I Let' don't take chances on cutting down assets which got to find a real estate man and buy a site. I'll be human mind. has a natural tendency to, reel when it at- real responsibility in publishing even the smallest pa
ci ntribute greatly to our prosperity. Build real bridges back shortly" Yes, just that nonchalantly. However tacks itThe for when the reader seessomething in print, he t thin
even\ though the first cost I Is greater. In the long run the, he hasn't come back yet. Probably offered too world's insatiable appetite for.American dollars it is the truth.
rtal bridges will be far cheaper than any system of and much for the property and the realtor refused to takeHENRY ] is easily understood. First, even our 50c dollar is the How many people appreciate these facts that und
t fills which will permanently impair the finning. It' strongest currency in common use. Second, and more Important He the ownership and publication of the 12,000 coon
--- .. I from the foreign point of view. the dollar is the newspapers in the United State ? Those papers are
;I IT'S REALLY WARMER HERE HINCIICUFFE has written Judge Harry Dyer, medium of exchahge in the world's principal producing greatest safeguard of our nation's independence, T
j f The rerent cold weather once again hal!t proven that from Chicago: "You are apparently living in one of the and exporting; nation{ Tn: other words the dollar means are individually owned and the vast maj ty of I
t Stuart is several degrees wrmer than areas both to the world's most desirable upota I have met so many New food, machines, manufactured good.*-..all the thousand editor are well grounded in the ideal*' ,I : n'jjth'/ and south-and those few degrees in many cases York and Chicago businessmen, who, having attained success and one things impoverished' nations must have if their nad are opposed to trend toward social'
r4 rtifun the difference between great damage and negligible would now like to settle in Stuart and Just fish for people are to live and their industries are to be reestab which disregards the importance of the individual.
/: injury. the balance of their lives. When I have a lished. Stricken nations will go to .Imo t'anylength to country press reaches a majority of-readers in the U
I:' For instance, a short drive to the north will quickly good friend\ in Stuart, my glass i is immediately refilled and portect or to improve their dollar )position. States. It deserves more recognition than it receive
"t reveal 'red.brown cocoanut tree burned by the frost, I am henceforth popular man." We suppose after the That is the main reason for the inaance currency in that respect It I I. like the wheel! under a Pullman ,
I A e: avocadoe with leaves completely "frpsted off," and frost. fourth or fifth glass Henry sings "What a Friend I Have exchange situation. Today the value of all currencies but with this difference) It la human and it can appre.
i \i damage mango trees. It really "froze" between here and in Stuart (with a very few unimportant exceptions) i Is fixed by their= a word or act of encouragement while upholding the r&ti!
\ "" "' '"ntt Pierce, but Stuart itself escaped practically !scot-free e governments when, it comes to exchanging them for the of others. _

I "1 Drive four or five miles to the south or west and you PLEASE: get your new house numbers' an/1 mail boxes currencies of other countries. It is obvious that if a government := E30BOBCMC30BOCSESdOC3OCSSSS3IOC3tf: ; : : ; : *
; will! find similar injury. Why? The wide rivers surrounding up by next Saturday March 1, or Stuart will lose its. can fix its currency at a high level in terms of
'. Stuart contain water which is warmer than the advanc chance for city mail delivery Postmaster Ralph dollars its economic position will be bettered, at least COME ON-LET'S LAUGH
: '; ing cold air from tbe north or northwest.! This make an Hartman and his staff have worked like Trojans to theoretically., And that practice has been the direct cause ooosi= :
I r'1 I "'atmosphere> wall" which the cold wave "hurdles," so make this step forward, possible. It would be a ter- of the creation of. black markets, unofficial exchanges oaeroooaooos; :::: :::-
I in peak, and account for the temperature differential. rific let-down to> them if the postal inspection showed where currencies tend to find their own level, regardless-\ Glowing young husband "When t got home last rU
!1 How fortunate we are! Two or three cool snaps a that we have! failed to properly number our houses.FOLKS of their officially-established value. The world i Is full of my wife met me with a big kiss. She had a swell doer
'r season, no more indeed, than cool fall weather in most e examples of this., For instance, at the official rate,, less ready, and she let me off wiping the dishes and-"
r"" of the United Statesand all the rest of the winter tem. WERE bragging about all the fishing publicity than ten Austrian shillings will buy one .American dollar Gloomy veteran t "And how did you like her, .
perature averaging in the seventies or above in daytime Stuart has secured recently at Monday night's Chamber -on the black market dollar brings 68 shilling, The hatT"-Rotarypep, Frankfort Indiana.
'' and even up to 90 as occurred one day in January, 1947. of Commerce director's meeting when Capt. Harvey Horn French franc Is pegged officially at 114 to the dollar i -
This during a winter when England has been paralyzed lar chimed in with 'Stuart Stuart, Stuart I How about Sa.. but it is 290 to the dollar on the flourishing illegal market MAY BE
I' by the worst blizzards In centuries and when 10 to 16. lerno once in a while?' Then H. M. (Mac) Saunders An American dollar, gays the Chinese government, will The people who drive fastest past a jtcrtool artk
i, ,', inch snowfalls have been frequent all over the United dropped a gentle hint that Indiantown was not adverse to buy only 3,350 Chinese dollars-actually, It will buy as same ones who took so long going through itl-! Sjuwn:;
State publicity and we already }know how Jensen feels abou much as 19,000 if you shop at the unofficial exchanges, Monongahela fenn@rlvania.QUESTION
Admittedly, South Florida has several week in a It. And they're' talking about welding all the nations. of And such figures are subject to tremendous day-to-day -
winter when you can't put on the old bathing suit and the world together in one harmonious unit. Shucks, we'lli fluctuations.The OF DOUBT
1 pretend it'. June instead of January, buts all the rest! of believe that when we find the formula for satisfying all difficulties this chaotic situation imposes on International Uncle: "You boy of today want too much rhel-,
"" the time it's paradise I on earth i of Martin county just once I trade are endless and innumerable. And that Do you know what I was getting when I married our.
And a.happy thought for the residents and visitor .- i is .only the beginning. In some countries. aunt?"
( IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlilllal: ::;::: III uiimiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimilllHliiillltlll!! / I: government
'to, in Stuart 1 I. that it's warmer here than anywhere else in will not permit American exporters to withdraw any of Nephew: "Nope, and bet you didn't either,"- *
.': florida-with the exception of the Florida Key area.or70p. Letters To The Editor the draw money received from sales. In'others they can with I Weekly Broadcaster, Welch West Virginia.

=OIClO== .: OCOC.o: onlya part of It-often at an extremely disadvant '
THIS iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPLEADED l ; 1 ageous rate of exchange. In still other they are subject SUITABLY INSCRIBED
WEEK'S POEM !\ WITH PEOPLEOF, STUART. to heavy; ,special taxes., It all adds up to a permanent. Little Timothy had brought Grandma a booKor!
-U..U----=ClClO---=- OcO=:=::soae The following letter received by Ren. Marvin Rowell from Rail headache I Christmas and wanted to writ- -.nitoKio. faoyrlntio- oli
TO DICKIE Belden, Chairman of the f'lorldaSarety Council, will tit'of i interest nowever, under the impetus of our. foreign policy, i the flyleaf. He racked his brain l until Suddenly(' i 'h t\1'
\ : By T-Sgt. Leighten O. Harris to Stuart people. Asher Frank Executive Secretary of the buttressed by heavy loans to foreign countries, American :numbered that his father had a book with an Inllcrll'o"of '!
r : I i (Republished from Good Housekeeping) Council was a recent visitor here where he spoke to the PTA,.the export of goods are extremely high In 19*! they ran which he was very proud. So Tim decided to copy
.1 I:! When you walk thru woods, I want you to see school, and the Rotary club. to a value of more than $12,000,000,000 as against $5- I You can imagine Grandma's surprise on Chrl.-ti'
fJ The floating gold of a bumblebee, Mr. Selden wrote: "Our Mr. Frank, who recently returned 000,000.000"Thei'nited' in imports. To quote the Newsweek article, morning when she opened her gift a Bible, and found >-*
Rivers of sunlight, pools 1 of shade, from your city has never returned to the office with more en States in 1946 provided 17,000,000,000 to ly inscribed the following phrase "To Grandma, wit! Oe
Toadstools sleeping in mossy jade, thusiasm and satisfaction than he displayed when he returned In ccver payment for its own goods shipped abroad. This eompliment of )Jhe Author."- 4,>ark City Rotary fow
A cobweb net with a catch of dew, from Stuart. only part of the shape of things to come. Loans and i Bridgeport, Connecticut. -
I 'f I Treetop cones against the blue, "I don't know what you folks did to Mr. Frank but line his credits made or authorized by the United States now total -
I: 1 Dancing flower, bright green flies, return he has been speaking of the fine reception he received and an estimated $10,400OOO.OOO"I PUSHOVER. fI
: And bir4 to put rainbows in your eye*. the safety consciousness and cooperativeness of your cloven 1 I What this means is 'that the United States is doing a A girl *had! won: first prize In English coippoi) <
"1 regret that Mr, Frank did not have time to meet each and very big part of the job of keeping the rest of the world Mother was delighted. .

When you walk thru woods I want you to hear every one of you personally to tell you of the safety work the alive-loaning ft money) to buy our goods. It is doing that "Dear; she exclaimed, "weren't you awfully v&
I A million sound in your little ear Council ha. been doing for the past It year In Florida.* both for humanitarian reason, and In the hope that over you wouldn't get it, when there were io many otheriril-,
-- -- ,.. the year stability will liant "
The scratch and rattle of wind-tossed tree, come again to hungry, weary, de contestants
A rush, as a timid chipmunk flees, COULD BE vastated nations. And the American 'dollar, symbol of "Not for a lee," was the careless: rejoiiufer. .'7W,
The cry of a hawk from the distant sky A farmer drove into town to visit hIs doctor. "Doc," the greatest productive country on'earth, reigns supreme, with that" bunch of drPfkl| | Mom;,;' it was a; I lea'IIP''
The purr of leaves when a breeze rolls by, he said, "the first time you're out our way I wish you'd [jemch, Wichita Eagle -
!, Brooks that mumble, stones that ring, stop in and nee my wife." "Is she sick?" "Not exactly" SOMEP'N COMMON-UKE '
I f And birds to teach your heart to sing. "What's the trouble, then" Well, yesterday morning the By James Whitcomb Riley, WORK 'EM YOURSELF!

t got up at the regular time, about 4o'clock, milked the fiomep'n 'at's common-like and The! trouble with: world Problems la that we u]
t When you walk thru woods I want you to feel cows, got breakfast for the hands, tone her housework, And plain, and easy understood, good find the answers In the back of the book.-The f*
That no mere man could make this real ? churned, and along about 10 o'cloek'1t night she said she Somep'n 'at folks like me and ; S1l1lthlan Fort Smith Arkansas, !, ;
Could paint the throb of a butterfly's wing, felt a bit tired. I expect she needs tonic or something." Kin understand and' you'
I Could teach j Rotary.Club Bulletin relish, too, HELPFUL SUCCESTION-----: .
4 wood thrush how to sing. Yonkers, New, York And find some sermlnt in 'at hits

I j There's Could give something the wonders greater of than earth you and or sky I. 4 NOT ENOUGH 'FOR'ALL The spot, and sticks and benefits. dear"How" ,did. you 1911' Tour"lob,, at,the dress.(hop IA1

i When you walk thru woods and the birches nod, s. A* the train pulled into the station, a traveller on the= We don't need nothln' tine "lust because of something I said;: .'1 had.r1e4

Son, meet a friend of mine. named God. platform'Son called to a small boy and tossed him a coin.: 'Cause, take the run f extry minds like;nine 20 dresses 011 a woman she MHI. 'I th"14 j t look nler
I he said, "here's 50 cents. Get me sandwich something flowing '
a and And we'Uo .Q fished her -41cln't i just
( more why
r 4 get one for food horseseuM, the ,
and yourself.
Prejudice .If.auff cienc"naturall Than rlver.-The Rotator Ww
, aU. your flowery eloquence CollltWoecI, 'lerse'l ;,
from inexperience of the world and Just as the train Out, the boy returned ; ,
ignorance of By +
NatyJre'i statement
mankind. and ran to the platform where the passenger was wait .-. t ) : of the facts. MUST BE A. UGH i'f; I

Joiepli.Addiaon ing tor him. "Here's your quarter Mister. he shouted. So when you're wall to He was probably) tbe'worirti.veonltgoifer! aid

A Scot who had worn the same hat for IS year de "They only had one landwich."-Coronet. Your misery, er happiness express. at the very bottom of hill t,... a J&"lcuJarl1

i tided with heavy heart to buy a new one. Going into the Er anything, '.t'. wut* the time asperating "boas ba said. 19 Ita.. :' '
i i .only.Jut shop ia the neighborhood he said i "Wall, her I lost a Sympathetic leg haven't old you lady I : Why ray poor man! You have, 0' telling, in, plain talk .r rhyme.' develop"Yoe. kiIIIiit pt. ,,0IIf' .Neasn 'Play this %4me ,p

,nt,again.r led, soft o' letVour' .ubj e ct ran self-control" ,
r Cripple ;Well, dpg-goned if I ,haventj At ef the Lord wuz liat*.un: *" 1* tee ''''','aJr,'' replied Ithe boy, "-you ahouleieddying B

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ACR TRN rue STUART NEWS STTART, Martin County, ,

I Cheek' place and off of Bewail' Governor CaldweU'l : HISTORIANS TO Cher M. Green and Dr. J. W. .
'" I proclama-I I
Point; the hole just north of the tion lends official SURVEY SOUTH Patton University of North Carolina -

FISHING i little creek\ which cut Into the to !the fourth annual observanceof I FOR NEW DATA ; Dr. W. H. Stephenson, JOIN ''THE THRON!

shore hear the Film Flam club Sight Conservation Week Tulane University; Dr. C. S.
I \, I Winter\ Park Dr. A. J. Hanna -
IN THE FAMOUS \ I at the south shore the of the Inlet; which'fa sponsored by the Flor- Florida Jilstorlan-auUior at Sydnor Duke University; Dr. B. Attend the :

anywhere along mangrove ida Council) for the Blind and M. Coulter, University' of Geor-
I shore of the north shore'of the Rollins College has been selected -
SteLucie, Region inlet. I the State Department of Education by the Southern Historical gin; and Dr. J. L. Cappon Institute -

..THF TRUE SPORTSMAN IS GUARDIAN Of NA11WAL HESOItKCU Cut shrimp Is pl'I.'tl1l00d bait, to focus public attention\ on Ass'n as one of ten Southern historians of Early American History
hermit crab tails are better\ for j the Importance of conserving to make a survey of the and Culture, Willlamiburg DOG RACESat
St. tvicie fisherman sweatedthrough reaches bottom It Is .ul'rollndl.dby I
j rheepshead-and the finest bait eyesight. South State\ region It was announced va.
/ the early part pf 111*| a misty cloud of;' sand In the of all, if you can get it, to live ""The conservation of light Is here today the

reek u rough weather kept I water. The! snapper bushes in shrimp. a social, Industrial and patriotic The group will recommend I
from 'offshore -
many (getting .ails!! to see the hook because of ways of filling! in the gap of '
where king mackerel were reported UNEMPLOYMENT DATA lesponslblllty of every citizen,
t the "sand.In. his eyes," and \is Southern history, and organize STUART
\ abundant. Many pompano the Governor' statement declared PALM BjEACHKenne
were reported along: the'I I caught, -,but give film credit for payments of unemployment "I, therefore by virtue plans extending for the publication from colonial of studies CITY COMMISSION

beaches and Inside ,being smart. We're just a shade compensation In Martin county Regular Meetings
\ I of the authority vested In me ai days to the present, Dr. Hanna
<|smarter. during the week ending February -
\ Governor of the State of Flor M. / Club
8:00 P.
If you do catch a Kind mackerel r 19 amounted\ to $42 and were said.Other
members of the committee
,be sure to enter It In Stuart !:1 Well-deserving; the publicity. made to 3 persons. 3 men and ida, proclaim the period from which met last$ week end 2nd JndWEDNESD'
2nd March 8th
Sailfish Club tournament 1 I accorded to It fly-rod trolling t women) Carl B. Smith Chair March through (Feb. 14-lf) to make an Intensive YS TLY
1947 SIGHT
That 47-pounder \! has !been for shad In the upper St. Johns man of the Florida Industrial
of these
study problems are: Stuart City a
In the mackerel division for in Florida and call upon
tops !River U a worthy new addition Commission reported
Dr. W. B. Binkley, Vanderbilt
i couple of months 'was a w A- : to Florida sport attractions- Throughout the state, he said, all citizens and organizations, University; Dr. Thomas D. Clark, Jr ,(Ex unday)
boo Capt. Earl Dare reports {but It la far from an unique new payments amounted to $84,113.50tnd public private and civic to devote University of Kentucky; Dr Ella Public Always Welcome
Capt Dare told the News that I discovery/ the sporting world were made to 5,248 of whom > particular atteaUoQ\ during Flet-j' Firs see 8: ..
Lonn, Ooucher College; Dr.
the fish was originally/] Identified |It has beer practiced on the 2.812 were men and 2,336 were I that week to the importance of _. -
and'entered a* a big king- Potomac for years. women conserving vision and the em-,
which Is mighty easy to do, since I r r r ployment of proper safeguards Daily Dbl 1e 2nd and 3rd Races (,

both! fish ate similar -' but that | Boating Interests of Martin I SIGHT CONSERVATIONWEEK and corrective measures." MOTO-SW Yi en i Quinieila laces
he became convinced won after
the entry that It was not a king'i i attend the llh annual Miami was to be released from theTamps SWAYS SQUEAKS SWAY No Minor Admitted

and >a reported to: i tournament'!:Boat Show March 7 to It In the Calling on all offices of the FloridaCouncil Cars Lubricated While In ying Motion
official who failed t to make the;'I Bayfrmit Park auditorium This I citizens o( the state to "devote for the Blind.! 4 Sj
correction As a result the king i>'will \be the'ires t "Marine Style particular attention to the im- NO EXTRA Cr E Opposite Morrison Field,

mackerel division 1 14 vide open i Show" since. the war, with the i por'tance of conserving/ and the Cars Washed and Polish* ire Repairs West Palm Beach
!I 'employment of proper safeguardsand Albert f ckettBookkeepin I
awaiting, an entry. newest In boats, engines, radio WE CALL FOR AND DEjrfVEf OUR CAR
"Ho smart l III fish" Is corrective measures, Governor ,
a II I and electronics! on display, according ; nd Tax Admission: 25 Cents
question asked In'the March! ln-j j to Orover Thrift show Millard WidweU has Issueda Ser ees STUART SERV E ST ON

cue of "Outdoors" magazine, (ami'manager. proclamation designating W. do, .--11, W. C. Rein 9144
March 2 througn March 8 as P. 0. Boy 1111 Stuart, Ida I
well answered by Frank W. Lane, Conservation Week,"
John H. of 205 East Sight
noted authority, who contend\ Desslns -
that t fish are lots smarter than 42nd St., K Y.I who had grand;j I

I they receive credit t
und our experience ';''Irs him bass in January, writes that the I ,

out Angler's group of the. New York SPENT IN 4 HOME FIRMS

Athletic Club is seriously' considering I MARTIN COUNTY -
For instance, cast a lure' wr:
grounds where the. fish have net coming to Stuart
that been' disturbed and chances ate/- Unless it has picked up.between I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES
you pick up a couple
of strikes-but after ,that despite I Monday and
the fact that there! art;day bluefishing this PUbliratlOI1//
i the slowest In several ------- ,
of fish left
I plenty they are "wl 1t -
t ed up" and Ignore the lure. (the boys are again CONCRETE BLOCKS
the SUNR Y Your Advertisement This Directory Carries Available
Smart? Try felling! chunksof possibility that the great Immedult
cut bait to mangrove .napjrI mass of the blues have taken I Delivery

In clear water. They will\ eat the their more or less regularly reported JALOU/IES SItaal6reg.

I hook-free pleterof bait eagerly pilgrimage across the ADO BEAUTY r ORT> AND Your Message Every Week To 1,650 HomesAt Ia8zI6d.r.
but will pointedly Ignore a similar ocean in the Gulf Stream to I I VALUE TO YO'' ME. OKING I $ x 8 *Tlk irt.
bait with a hook In A, even 1 Portugal. That was the tale, you I BUSINESS IV NST S12x LiS*
1 t'' though the finest I of ,niter wnoU know, circulated several years SUNRAY SHUTTEeS Minimum Cost. REINFORCING STO

used. Down in the 1: >., th 'sago, when the blues were practically ESTIMATE'/SUBMITTED .
: I I Conchs ,have devised I lit schemeto i non-existent\ for two or >iinraf Shutter

J outwit snappers. ard yeUoI \" I three Seasons, Products It would coat you $16.50 just for postage clone to tend a penny postcard to each of our'' Subscribers.Jensen 314 Phone S. 3rd 748 St ,
I t Win by the ball I
packing in
a bail W. t. ARMOR, r.O. BOX-941 I Fort PierceStuart
of damp sand. When the bait I am receiving more than the
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usual number!
---- --- of personal visits
t"' I and Inquiries this season on .
f A NEW BOOK FOR bottomflshlng at the Inlet, probably ':, BU1LDIGHIGHER I' -- .
because of the general let- HOME P & M CENTRAL MARKET
I I III See r* "Where Economy Rules Hdwe.Jensen Tax
down in the trout and snook ,
fii1f"/--/ ;. ;\ II situation >o here are a few hints I & TAXISERVJC BEES, WINES, i C a, tad and/Akron ,

,, ,!which may help out. ; I CIGARETTES, NEW/ PAPUS Shop sl >ar Market SUR SERVICEPrompt
lK J.,1 First, and vitally t I
I Important '
I",.I I W 10/O SHADS"AM'r.rA"ANO'#<\. ,I think-. don't use gear that is tooheavy. I : WORT)! I II Sealtest Ice Meat, rod TRY THE THEY a
Use fairly small hooks, ARE
1 M
ij E
: jJ' TREES 7, i[light sinkers Just enough! to I General Contractingand ; PHone 9 J 54 roceresCourteous \ (C teousPHONE
The Service
( I|I keep her on the bottom) and, ; Repair I APT T HAVE fT.
\ SO U TH PLORIDA' AND CUBA fish to P. O. Box 832 Conveniently Located
fairly close shore lines Friend Meet?!
t I
; t ; I snags and waterway markers. Phone 144-R I II I Parties of 5 to Stuart OSCEOLA AVE. ) Joe Brooks I Beach I 149

Remember that some of the! I I I
Beach $2 -
Bathing -
1 most productive spots may be I I
''' absolute blanks at certain timesof

the tide. Try the various locations I THI KING or I I
t'L l/l'J' at different tide I Buy The Best


h period"find one for spot each where place.the' You sheeps-may : BL( FOR iii Uncle Billy sez..' CO.

head bit best toward the top of Cottages andWHOLLSALE ROAD AN NE Cos"AC
STuuOCII R the flood, another where the A (li "
1 MINtIUSGER -f1. P I oN TAIL ; :,: t t:7"; Appliance kv S
mangrove snappers are hungry CONCRE MSt SeafoodBait Kitchen, L-UdryS- '
) about one hour after it starts to I.I I. Cabinet an/all Sinai LAND RIG
When I wee
Cloth ebb. Don't waste a lot of time For S a a village yokel, a. appliance/
?, i $3.50; Paper $2.50 Radio GRADINGL5TIMATES
Order from sitting in one place waiting for I. L. DECKERDIXIE i JENSEN BE H rollin' clever alrlles, we boy MARTIN/COUNTY
/ the fish to bite. Move around :
:: t Jwin A. Menninger"The I I HI-WAY.-PHONE ST-W AT COUNTY BHIDCE 1 would take a puff or two, but ELECTRIC IUIMITTDr.
until find them.
you I Phone 81COMPLETE) O. *.. ISM Mini )N''
I )'II Flowering Tree Man" Here are a few pretty good never little itrlles. Way eat b*.

r[ Stuart, Florida spots for the bottom fisherman: hind our old farm bam my pip
I Hell's Gate section off the I I! i' -' -
HAVE YOU SENT IN FRANK HALE'ROOFING Soon caught me cold be wee

LISTEN TO YOUR ''that sot against an smokln' he Electric and Refrii era. Pocks,|

XW I CONTRIBUTIONTO : ,, didn't wait te scold he wsilep'd No Job tion Too SERVICl"Lar/e Or Seawalls
aid of k'and
7W 1 ne and kept It up; Oh My Too Small Boat use

U. S. O. Roof Re &lring re>b. bow. pap could whop! HOBESHtND
t All rim
TO General Deliv Jy Stuart f But,.lUI\4..1111 change In fifty ELECTRII T pe ructioiLIvan'

MRS. LLOYD TRAVIS, i iTreasurer 404 Coloracf Ave.. I year fee now' It's a common scene Day Ph e Is
Phone 9141 and LeueMe.H Kobe SounoT327iNile
te find our men, and women toe,
i ,' Phone P. O. Box 474
t __ w''. '..O.-B" 111 e torrta' the-r own gawks sereen.Tbcr Stuart 185-J PHONE I04J

Every > wu a while twa bard ..

Mon., Wed., Fri.. Web Ordway I SMIT'I-iS find one\ miserable, little el,. _
a from one's best friend b
couldn't buy the demand had
945 A. 11WIRA frown so Lance
Motor ,blf 1 Smoker frettl, and In a stew, ihoppln' rend U key | feel| Brothers ..Stuart! .

AUTHORIZED Ea 'FOR I L..d..H. Yes, sad but true, I ought to know hew Mentlal Is th'weed, for lit Restaiirant Auto PM

FORSALES r u1w spit of all pap's food advice, th' habit lot me tree'd! Old pap GOO /FOOD '

AND Sj Vic .. would rise up from. th' grave, and tellers' I ain't Jo\\ D','It b* knew Pleasant imosphere en ttagea

DAY AND flTC Fwa.l.The th' doctor srder'4; m* t* Ilr1 I up .mol n" to, alookin' back could FrwnA-Service AndAU.CWVEJNIENCU erCoorlRINTALI

WRECKER SERVICE Frier y Spot I'vo but known, that' ins wild-eat I wouldn't a-sowil., H Mn-T Jbj, or STUART WW

BODY BEPAWS IN Open 7U> eek ,
PHONE 9142 Post Office Arcade ":"
a. L SMITH. 0.... Closed 3 / BLAIR and BAK0ou
16 p. m. tog
F,4 AW ERMteay p.m. sow M.WW Pa

h __
we t.1, q ; I LET
[RANT JUS pit Montt' "
Give Your Car
Excelle [Niaod opENn or Track; stASroaous.
FORWilson" : Check Up NEW Oi.CeY
4 HOME MDE eras REC v
1 t DELI SALADS 1 porting REFR ONELECTItIC : trot RI i 4uPRass.

I.. C. CLEMENTSFEDERAL eadquarten Is MC VICS 9ITUMT : St..upq
For Lit ,
BAKERS MI-WAT al ermeq At Mr awM.i ... us H.I.en6s PHONE si* I 14LP.:
__. S400.
v Didfto. BMW-. ty


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IOc=:: OCOOg4 honey; on his person and was a he doctor--r.;; ;: In hospital. Mr. M overnight visitor Friday Mr. March t M Sight Conservation tion of Blindness Division of the : P( '
tf,Sell the Viet"' > .!- '"I( Service the Tle.t" NEWS OF liberal spender..They' fear he has >verick 1 II now recuperating at and Mr*. George Sheets from Week In Florida. Council which m.lntaiMlta state ; l

met with foul play. Briar they their; home there. Both Mr and that city Mr. 8heats was formerly The Council,, he Mid! has office at Tampa U In a petition l lI
BARTL T B OSe Indian River Drive have found no trace of him. and Mrs. Oeverick are actively Interested of the Baptist hospital found that 75 per cent of known I to supply complete data to In* i i 1.1., J I
art greatly worried If any one In club, fraternity and manager blindness 1 II preventable through tereated. citizen or organization I ""Iii

By VIVA CLARK should hear of him will they I church affair In this. section in Memphis. proper safeguards The Preven *:.,.he sold I 1: ,
ales RA Service s.oCO.V.OaoPOST ; kindly get in touch with his parents where they have spent many r ., '' *\
at Hartford, Michigan a* winters. A former winter resident of l

CARD BRINGS they are leaving Cocoa very Edenlawn, Mr. Katherine DO-NUTS 1' : ,
shortly on this account Club for which ris, from Milford, Conn. 'i.ji.ifi'
contract game
.EFFICI IELIABLEPhone. krause fumteheaMidway '
FAST, ; LeRoy who Tasty Delicious I't't'l'av
; q
Attraction at Sleepy" W. O Padrtck, Jr. and Mrs. taken up residence! in Mor.1 '

17 visitor la Jensen for many eaton children Joe and Pamela from scores, was played In Mrs. Steve by Mr*. Florence Cave and Morning Coffee 1' I
tent a postal card to hi* Chicago, will shortly be visitor Johnston home In Plnewood I mond Merwln? Later in the day I ": r' 'i
friend, Walter SUnbourn, editor Of Fletcher Russell In Ankona. last Friday afternoon. Other they wenj)}.to Delray Beach where ? PIES, CAKES, ROLLS '! : 14 4 t.l'\
MARTIN CO UNWELL i Enroute they will stop In Ugh being entertained by this host- f .
of the North Penn Reporterat they were $tea guests of Mrs. '
Lansdale, Pa. On account of ton, Ala., for a visit to Mr. Bradley en were Mrs Rupert Koble- Arthur Clark. ked Daily ;1' ', 'II a'
surd Mr Frank Fee Mr. J. M. II''i
DRILLERS I the cold weather In Florida he parent, Mr and Mr. VanA. -
wrote, "Will exchange slightly Bradley. Sample, Jr. and Mrs. W T Warren Mrs. June Cushman, Reading HandyPastry Shop ''i' :

All Types o&Pumping used fishing ahorU for let of Mr Bradley 1t.in the newspaper Ridge Conn and Albert I '
Akron sit 2nd Si
EOClVlENT ear muffs" Then-an .dyerU e- field holding an official Backus Fort Pierce 'Beanle'l Beyer Bldg k
NEW I ment appeared In the paper to position with the Chicago Sun Dr and Mr*. J A. Oatlin of luncheon guests last ; .

Charles 'Mayes & lUck. Gipson'' that effect Since then Mt. a Marshall Field publication, I Eldred have a* their house guestsMr Of Dumond Merwin and Arthur .
: Krause has not only been be- and Mrs A. W Seeley from ''WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF l' : l
\ (f Ehllllps After luncheon they
E. Fourth Garage Apt..Ju.t I"
318 seiged with fan !letter, )but/ earmuffs The many friends of R. V' An- New York, who have been vacationing motored to Stuart where Mr.. JELLY AND MARMALADES i J. 'J' !lt I
West of Dr. ParkOffice In Fort Lauderdale '
have been coming thick keny will be Interested to 'learn Backus had an exhibit of his MANY NEW NOVELTIES 1 f
and fait he Is recovering from a short paintings and made an impromptu '
Wlth.onl one pair of shorts but severe Illnes that has kept WOMEN"' ALONG DRIVE' talk to the women of WE ALSO SHIP FRUIT ; : i I :, .

to mate hi* word good, he went him abed and house confinedfor TAKE INTERESTIN that organIzation. I ANYWHERE \' I i
LOWERS For AD OCCASIONS hopping and, bought a whole a couple of weekS. CHLRCH SALE On the register at Edenlawn I : I
I box of doll shorts Now that the Many women along the Drive and coming to see! the beautiful Ed's Fruit anOoyelty Shop !, ; '
supply is. about exhausted, Mr. Mr. J. E. Waring and daughter especially Mrs Victor Conkllrt azaleas now coming into bloom. : I I'i
BOUQUETS a CORSAGES : CUJ LOWERS I I Krause la scratching his head Miss Rosemond Waring of from Sauk, Center: Minn. and Were Mrs. J. H.' Paget, Hint),i GARLAND EDpwfiEhi Owner t, j

FLORAL ARRANGEMENS and mumbling audibly that he the Drive Fort Pierce, and their Bdenlawn!: are Interested In' the Mich Mr, and Mr O O Ama: Corner 2nd St X At FederaT iifhway l lI
DOMESTIC andSMITH'S IMPORTS RAMICS ulll have to pay'a notary to witness house guest, Mr. Waring, sister Tropical Sale sponsored, by the den, Cuba, 'N Y. Mr. and Mrs
hi*, signature on a state Mrs. Samuel P, West from Ladles Aid Society pf Palm City Charles Miller. Toms River NJ., --- --T l ;
ment that ihortt now are scarce Westfleld N. J., were" tea guests church The sale to be held the Mr. H. D. Leenei, Port Elizabeth -I----- { ,
FLORAL &K1IPCSHOP I a* prayer-rug. of Mrs. Viva 'C. Root Sunday first week In Match In the Post N. J? and Port Sewdl winter '
WE WIRE FLOWERS >y Mrs. West left Tuesday for a Office Arcade in Stuart. Mrs guests Mr and Mrs. HerBert MARTIN COUNTY CLEANERS i; f ,
BILL HAGELMAN OF:. weeks' visit with friends U) Palm Conklin states the handcraft Reeves Miss Rebecca Reeves
rude Bldf, 5th St. Ft. Pure Phone 310-J()
CIRCUS FAME that will Into this 'projectwill
: Beach ana Miami but will return go I and Master John Reeves l lI
AT JENSEN BEACH here, for a longer .stay' hopingthe dominate striking ,exhibitsof I WE DO "'
Funny how notable peoplecan weather will permit her getting what women can made in this The\ Sara de Sota Pageant I MODERN DRY CLEANING and PRESSING
be caught In the mesh of a real Florida'tan. field of endeavor And all will\sponsored annually by the JunIor
HE DUTCH KITCHENEXTENDS newspaper complexities! and -- be placed on sale tQ, benefit the; Chamber oT Commerce here f a
problem; yet, those person do MRS. C. II TAYLOR little white church that play cpened Monday for a week long "
VfEIJ derive benefit In the community CELEBRATES R5 BIRTHDAY such an Important part In the celebration. EXPERT DYEING \ BERLO MOTH PROOFING t
at BUI Hagelman could tell bally lives of the.Palm City !and
THANe It t ht would Bill back population. RUG CLEANING 't
Yei HagelmanIn Celebrating) her 50th.birthday country The Pageant one of the oldest
l tne people of Martin CounfV who have patronized In Jensen Beach and with a by having a.party of her close celebrations of Its kind In Flor- M I
colorful circus lift his ree Leaving for their home In PI- i
on ida commemorates the
and recommended our food tsUblithment* a* friends in attendance Mr*. C H legend :
ord. He I If the only surviving Taylor of Walton, wa the recipient qua Ohio, Saturday: were Mr, ary love of an Indian chief and 11 r.
THE PLACE TO T partner of the Amusement Enterprise of "Happy Birthday" and Mrs Edgar K. Martin Mrs. the daughter of Sara de Sota.
Brothers' Martin has been here
rueger Bid,. C. H.' Storer Mgr. Three Ring Hagelman Circus of yesteryears her felicitation congritulory, from those messages around months overseeing. remodeling several of BLINDNESS IN STATE A Trial Will Convince YouLUMBER

their home In Walton Into two RANKS HIGH IN NATION
and gifts from all parts of the '
HI present partner, WilliamBoxer apartments I
country, many received from '
,, t I. In Palm' Beach at the boys In the service:: with whom Tampa The per capita rate r h 1J
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSHOUSE Breakers hotel. Mr and Mr. J. Jacobus from
she had come In contact and entertained of blindness In the state of Flor-
Detroit, dinner of
were guests
In her home when she ida Is still '
among the highest In
WIRING Mr. and Mr.E. R. In Wal- ii'
had given attention and muchof .
the nation in spite of rapid
I ton, evening. Mrs Jacobin
APPLIANCE REPAIRS her time!! to work >In organization -
Thursday will mark the first for the' betterment and spent a number of winters I strides which have\! been made -

Free Pick-up and )eli*ry Service of a series of game parties to be pleasure of those boys away from here and purchased the Oewert during the past few year for ? and Ji'
I given by the auxiliary of For home. And at a time when Amphibious property They are here for the improvement ot such conditions '. a pee
eign War Veterans In the Community trainees crowd- health this winter and are stopping i M. R Barnett, Executive BuildingMaterials
Christopher Bkctric Shop Center! at Fort Pierce.. ing the territory. in Fort Pierce. Director of the Florida Council 't, I I r
This week a fashion show will II for the Blind stated here upon j
the Invited
Numbered !!
among '
2$ Osceola St. V Phone 117-182-M precede the game were her house guest Mr*. EDENLAHN the,, !Issuance of Oovernor Mil- I ; :
These entertainment ate to Dr and Mr*. Casa Collier, winter lard Caldwell's proclamation : .I
Marey Casey of New York; Mrs. '
,cottage residents from Memphis, had designating' March ,
raise money for a Florida Catherine Berlett, Reading Pa.; -L through! are more plentiful I I,
to be erected jm the ground -'. --L." -"
Mr.-and Mrs. E.SUokot,Port S<*I

lath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile of Everyone the National U cordially VFW Invited home to wall McSweeney, Mr. and and Mrs.Mr*William'. Oua De-F,I I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We May Ha\e What Ypu Need

attend. For That New Ho\e Be Tre See U
Maesschalk:; Walton and Mr to *
Alto Supply of Belgian Tile in various cobras 18-Ft. Correct Craft Run-A-B .
and'3/18 Commercial the I and Mrs Spencer Bond, Fort ALSH1 Mgrr i iEast'
Visiting A.Tucker.Jr. 115 h.p. Crysler Crown Inc ,
ALES Pierce, and Mr and Mr* Oeorge J'
INSTALLATIONS and/ home .la Mrs. Tucker1 mother *.> Double Plank Hondou flahogany
Green, Stuart
Tile / ,
of KLumber
Bath Drainboards Porches Co
Quarry Tile/ Un E. A. Holbrook from Atlanta I .,16-Ft. Boat with 10 .h.p.Wb ooIed Onan Engine # :

FOR PIERCE TILE eVkOOTRUCTlON CO, Mr and Mr F, C. Dcverlck; "II i I '

Mr and M"W.lker; Llddon, of Eldred who returned to their I HUDG BO CO. & Co. ( .
9 Ee 80 TTO now settled in Msrlanna, their summer home In Clarksburg W, P. Hudgins Supply I
Va a short time ago on busi-
new home on the Drive, are entertaining i'i
,Box 1182 Phone 787 118 N.18th.St. the latter mother ness, have' been hospitalized '/ Mile N. St. cie River-. S. No. Hi-Way Phone 22 Stuart, Florida j "s i it
Mr*. W J. Wilson of Buckannon,: there. Mrs. Deverlck. still.. under I :d i
---- --
W. Va; -' ----- I ,
1- Electricity passing through the

+ Mr.and Mrs. Edward Valk and deiromtraror'i) body and armilighrt + t
a lectric Water Heaters young son, Edward, from Port a lamp held In hit fingers ; '
. Chester, N Y. are house guests
of Mr. and Mr*. Don Romanelloat '
Eldred Mr. and Mrs.Valk are
G 15 Gal. Table-Top' : Water Heaters, native of Venice, Italy but edu- T : FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY it

PHILCO cated in America Mr Valk was ,
RADIO COMBINATIONSMALL best man at the Romanello wedding

The consummation of the .' 1
5 AND $. TUBE TABLE RADIOS nuptial rite taking place In Port ? -.. :
Chester prior to the war al
(COMPLETE LINE;! OF ELECTRIC OUSEHOLD Tuesday Mr, and Mr*. Lout r ri

APP ANCES Novotlng and their niece Miss
Helen Woldt, of Cold Springs,
EXPERT RADIO-andVpPUACE REPAIRS N. Y. arrived at the Romanello

.home for a visit Mr. Novotlng
.. ,lie 1 a member of the Olobe Slicing
Machine Corp., of Stamford,
CI HUT Conn and a man of affluence In ;he'' 8 ,,0
ill the business world,


Mr and Mrs Harry Ruff from : r
Hartford Mich residing for the L:54:41'I:

winter at Cocoa made a: three- Flt
day visit to Fletcher Russell of I ? AI't

Ankona last week. ,
ELEANA" Mr. and Mr. Huff an greatly 4 a 9 ';, i
worried over a JJ year old eon ,
lP P who was with one of the Great i
Lake Steamship Companies. !
,. Announces J sly ,
, ,
, The boat docking at Saginaw.
d Mich the young man asked for

STARTING SATURDAY, MARC /..1stj a leave of absence It wa* granted -
She:Will Be Ready to Read YorJAST and he went aahor and ha r
1 cot been heard from since Much # : s t
? against his parents' advice he "r
PRESENT TURE always carried large' hums\ of ,


Fred A. Stafford ,. :
dvise on Lave;Marcia Dlvorce Butne! I .o" h

''If Yogi AM HI or hftroubb Don'l' sitate'Cesslslt R. tared '
Muilc Is.tent acrots the, a
stage,fa 9 beam o1 light >

sk SepeoiM* lUoa For Colored MARCH' \ SLow SS 8 P M
La rs P ., ,-
Jl-<*at a*'JMX TCvwn atr/'fleeiauranl { i. "

'? Mile Jl;** ftMH, FeA' HI.wsy t i.'Thew raw .e PRODUCED Bf GENERAL ;ELECTRIC



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.T \ EppSLEY ._ ----'Z"-.:' "II;
\j In celebration of I Its I twenty-

,, ., STATE TO GRAB eighth successful year In business ALCOHOLIC ?

pigtiy-wiggiy i Is holding a Ir .ssd Tensor/ war
H o. H. NN in e' v A.Q L Lerr.ne
beginning tee h.N.MR HOWTAb
PLUJOBBING' nine day cities event

: J.j': ITS OPPORTUNITY Thursday, Feb. 27 and continuing |. MfcKMMlr e r k.rpaol....dnrw.It M Mr. el.le IMF r deenled ate1, Y'
through Saturday
I Tow "oration r t.d.r ttetsesi.I
PROMPT WORK, trflCIE GUARANTEED SERVICE : F st-Growing Florida Need Manager Lon Tyson announced.All skim by tasty wM s55i.r.d rM Was .

ALL Alert Citizenry, HeJ of the 80 super markets operated tt no WNITE CROhE NOITITAL ST.r.M wet so "fie alfdoNlfNeky /
Phone ;308 i lu dlfe".ri. #.Comn 00 on M aau.y,
Says by the Wlnn ,& lovett

... _. C Grocery .located In more than t any teA
--'- .
"Florida must be told day by Georgia Mr your a sews"
r 50 Florida and South
day! like a package of merchandise I a you ew into /M WHITE Cass 001"A). to be d6
n Way
cities participating
are ow apse
*' of Jacksonville
Harold Colee,
t EXPERT TIRE RECAPPINGHave ]the ,Florida executive Chamber vice president of Commerce of-; I founded The present 28'years company ago and from was 6 yw w Mw wM oars le onolotold, an web to bajto r

a small beginning has grown Into 7. 111$ 0 .Ita Tow a wditlen w e.ato
told Fort Pierce Rotarians I s.w a aNw wits,
Your Smooth Tires Recapped by HumphriesTire !Monday, one of the largest food chain : .
af v..r. ,N."r .r.MU t Ihfler. t tee..wo
and Appliance Company at F rt Pierce. Thirteen I Declaring\ that men had'not in the nation. Nevoid he of 5tronr drlfkk,. r ,

; made the most of this state 4
Years Experience _'All Work uaranteed. JOINS OFFICE e. To ..nti n,. drkkk,0 wall Vast of vI5s nerve Nall
llilee great assets soil and not y 5.55.5 Ott" M so
: n'I -
wafer=Coletold his listenersrealism Mrs Mary l E.!: Wallace ha been 14. Only No week of ssones and b..Ms. b ees.kq M
OF ,.
ONE forces us to regard Flor- your .err. .
.Ia by the Slate Extension
I ida as so much goods on the 'e., 4 ,,,,, r ; employed: 1
!' Service as half-time stenographer TM waITI CROSS Nos.1T b .IN.r d i.
) shelf for customers acceptance the #-hoof of 411 0-61 not be .09.
I for the Martin County Home. 1 N W. tewal/e
N -we "ft. 5r stet rsef "We
J "Lest our enthusiasm carry us Demonstration Agent. {....Net .en .M e5,., / '5. M e e.d .wdss"e
HUMP : beyond good business.\ let us remember h .Toun eM M 0 M A woes et Me.Mn.wol .
Wyk. M ewe owAdrJ kae-
Florida 1 1.1 not so good It w '
Florida Caverns State Tark U .M -
) sell Itself must be west.t 'a.-
Tire & Appiaj/e Company hill Vigor located: near Marianna
present at the selling"
41 Fort Pierce, florid
.1 Urging that the merchandising ..--..." and other'property Income, 17
of Florida citrus be put on \
liable; WaorwcMt Texas against nine,' civilian government I 3 CROSS C \
-- -- -- a year round basis, as California Operating. a $ chicken form me although
l 'i Is, rather than iTfc-present blind, World War II veteran Otis I, Whit It shown stapling a nw f Once Into' 10 against 12 j miscellaneous :
seasonal sales promotion plan, place. Young Jimmy Whit., win hat Complete confidence In hit pop, elfish sources l] against 11, Transportation
by bolder hh COM Whit, who had too .btallcn ready 'for marks. when this and communication I
SEND IT TOLAUNDRY E Colee declared "an Inferior product photo wen taken, atttndt a weekly Viltrani Adminiittation-oppiovtd. voce: remained on an even keel, seven 1280 Central Avenue, St. ,......... lIMe 31.41PROGRAM 1
I' : often brings a better price
fcMial .v'icvrlwc KriGol. per cent In 1949, eleven per cent
) because It bring greater sales ...,..,..
------ of Florldlans' income came from
pressure Florida, he said was

I the world greatest citrus pro HomeDemonstration INCOME SWERVE military"From this sourcei table one may learn
Phones ? ducing state, and Its fruit was Phone 14
that agricultural income la levelIng -
superior to any FOR
out and that trade and sere LYRICFriday
I Colee cited the state fast- WEEK OF
SHOWN BY STATE Ice. establishments offer opportunity
JS D 1 growing population, Its high per- Note for expansion. This Is also .. FEB. 28 THRU MALI
i capita) Income, Its new industries, 2-BI H TS'-2-
true of construction In addition,
WILL P P business failures schools, I arid F and
WE I few By MISS LUCILE INSCOE Floridians got nine per cent property Income, held back by Saturday 28 March li
health and sanitation, cattle forests HITiNc. 1
n( their 1940-earned dollars by ceiling price In 1945, will show -- [-HIT No. 2 -
'and highway safety program The which attended the
Your Laundry group following basic agricultural pursuits advance
I as other "economIc" factors I demonstration given by Miss and 18 per cent from the "It Is therefore apparent that 11igl/ True Thrilling's// / Action, Romano

CLEAN, SANITARY lid ECONOMICAL which bear upon the campaign Isabelle 8. Thursby last week Lame source In 1945, the research slacks in the diminishing sources \& and Song I ItENE
,t to sell the abroad. *
state felt for the time
evidently Wpald and Industrial
division of the ,
of Income! can be taken up by RUSH
'I' LAUNDRY IERV1CESPEOPLE'SUUNDRY I "Florida, for example," he' spent according to the large Florida State Chamber of Com- those source resumed since \KNOX AUTRY
said. "Is the leading beef cattle number of Inquiries that have yesterday
I. merce stated In which "war* end and calling for needed w in
!producing state east of the Mississippi ;. come Into the Home Demonstration earnings for the two years, one expansion

and 15th In the nation office this week We are always i la normal and the bther a peak SIS 'n. & Guitar,
t but we still permit livestock to I glad to follow up such a year, are compared In an endeavor YV ,

i 'f I I roam the highways. Until that is, demonstration by giving further to make clear what is -Alo- '

Phone 287 eliminated, we are a backward Information and materials, happening in today shifting O ..DEAN1GGER

<1'1'f'' people and a backward ta&e''I The group was literally charmed conomy.. AM" CARTOON i I

--I Of schools Colee said school ,. with the Florida citrus that Payllnes, in swerving away f MRIVlBOHOl'[ GLE and f
financial matters to the they had not even known about G
come from war conditions to those of FOLKS a.T MSi '
t' l I attention of the public in cOntradictory before, and with the manner in peace" the report said "followthe EYERY (HERO HAYTER'Na S !

'raw+ Ar !' Have A DeliciousCOCKTAIL I terms, We do not always which Miss Thursby Identified j flag of the consumer, theygo 1 ( 1'MP 1 Scarlet Horsemen'
know whom to believe of I it, where he goes, Floridians, VV OFAT

r., the many who are shouting for Miss Thursby told us how therefore by studying the tabu- I'LL SUNDAY & MONDAY-rJ\RCH 2nd & 3rJ{
I this or that reform:' He discredited citrus la necessary in the diet, lation below, will get some idea AYE YouKNOW

reports that fabulous sums according. to the U 8, Governments -' ol 1M7 dollar shift as it dif DOOR OPEN 2>4S DAI1

-r+ are needed for the state school '"Basle Seven"' and how fers from 1945 and from It draw
: :, .r From OurBAR 'system, although he expressedthe we should utilize the whole fruit, realistic conclusions( tvybw

\ hope the.coming legislature and not Just the juice, She explained -; "In 1940 factories handed Floridlana -

would Increase allotments to that many children In seven per, cent of their tHE
I' E a I local units But he said he could Florida are lacking In VitaminC Income, in 1945 nine per cent, n tEMZERtAtNMEN

q' ,not believe $50,000,000, or even!) just the thing citrus 1 1.1 so construction, five i per cent ati itEENt1
I : '1 $20,000,000 are needed rich In, and discussed many against'two; trade' and service, r
1'1. Prepared By 'Florida Is not a pauper state," simple ways In which It may 32:! per cent against 23, rentals,
11 TOMMYLUNCH he concluded, "because we have be used.
: the money with which to do
'\ So many women have asked Agent in cooperation with the ...jorcx/s/ WITH/ r
what is needed If afflicted
i we are for the recipe for the kumquat local Red Cross Chapter. I 7 EVERYTHING you ,
with'' pauperism !it Is in the ate
d NERTOMMY'S spread\!, made during 'the demonstration About twenty people attended rwu/ tot
field of idealism, where
aServed a man
that we will\ give It the demonstration which was
h' '. be rich and have the
may yet ?
In'' I to you here. The citrus cake and held In the Improvised kitchenIn
ur Grill social.outlook of a beachcomber,"
I cookies were interesting too;and the Home Demonstration Of'
TASTY, DEL IOUS FOODPrepared the recipes may be had from the flee
MARRIAGE LICENSES Home Demonstration Agent. -_- -
By ndy Tsimas I John Cougdon to Stella Stan-

: "Nufed" ton. Eugene Roy Burkett to Jane I Wash Kumquat and scrape Spread thoroughly

ENJOY YOUR F ORITE DRINK Wilma Lavene Lyler W. Sullivan ripe, juicy kumquats Cut In ; ]

Ii IiI WITH YO MEAL and Sara L. Falklnburg half and take out all seed Run A nno n c ment

halves through food chopper, I ''
BAR and GRILL Japan has close to 2,000,000 using medium blade Measure ag CROSBY
I t acres of forests specifically designated and set aside for each cup of We Wish iS n unce that edASTAIRE'

I'' P to prevent denudation ground fruit '/. cup of sugar. To ?.
\l'1.r BEERGOODS s Of soil and occurrence of floods, BEGINNING MO Y MARCH 3rd
; .R'' ICE COLD embracing some 353.000 separate : .cup ground kumquatsadd J
0cup water Let stand :2!

,"'. -' --- forest areas. hours Put In smooth sauce pan, The Lyric T tre Will
preferably heavy aluminum) and
H cook rapidly Until peel is tender OPEN AT 2:4 P, DAILY

and pulp Is thickened.Now For Your Entertai/ment' d Pleasure. KI I IyDo
add sugar, continue cook- I
Ing, stirlng carefully from the ,
bottom of the saucepan and cook Thank out
/11Fit until thick and clear Pour into I oU. OlgaSanlu.n

I : small jars at once and seal I The. Man gement. a,,tw


i ,l Wr OF 1 T anicotor!
Miss Isabelle .S, Thursby Food SAT, NITS- AR. l.t TUESDAY & WE ESDAY -MARCH 4 & all

;1' Ii Ii"II' Conservation Specialist for the Doors Op rili30 P.M., Dolr* Open S .

Florida Extension Service, gave Do Horror Story Magazines and MysUFy Novel Give

I a demonstration In cooperationwith ,You the Creep? Then Arjlnd Our THE STORY D AND cMEMBERED.
the Martin County Home MILLION!!
\ Demonstration Agent Jast Tuesday Saturda IDNITE T ILL SHOW! ,
Feb. 18. "BLAtK BE JTY"
1 ,
: Miss Thursby exhibited and
r Identified a wide variety of Florida A TIRIll h, Al

!j\j1''I : l, I West 'Palm Beach Directory I the more citrus planting citrus fruit.., and She utilization,emphasized of I' A A" MINUTE SIIVEI* M _-=- 0= CAKMAKCH 0014 OF 9 WS ME

WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH 'Yankee"We depend friends'too to much on bur A SECOND! Open 2:45.Thurlday 1LY MARC
use our citruswhich HIT No.vir
HIT No. 2 *
:: I j __ THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Is to rich In minerals and William Card t a Brook "
vitamins Miss Thursby said. Philip Ree lIN
-ses MOOaa To s Most" HAWTIr ORNEROOFI She suggested the use of a larger / / IB -

CO.ROOFING mount of grapefruit and orange I "HOT CAR On IITS GREAE "
i heart In simple'deseerts I
I flil! 'I I ,

OPT IUtANe pr METRtTeCL HEATINGO- e 97 METAL shortcakes During' the salads demonstration etc 11 OMING

lug WATEa ooriNG
..d OLIVR kumquat spread, broiled grapefruit oak
grapefruit salad tamarind 1
spread, orange cake and cookies JUNE lO It"C
a BADCOCK'S B0 'S : were exhibited and tested. Cant RED BUOY DON PORTER r

nlng and freezing of citrus was Mill KELLY sang of 1 Soli
f I S12 Clematl ,St. SAFE & LOC WORKS ''I encouraged.This NOAH BEERYIR. ,

Furs Hir 302 Fiat it. -: no 7890We third. of demonstration a series of demonstration was the- UCUSI DAUNBR! JAY MILTON ;uNe.l a 1.saw ud%w.:4.-d: a asatjs.asn

House Fumia 'D,* repair I". being put on' by the Martin mum LIOTD,COMISAN. !. I
.-= County Rom* Demonstration '


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)= ir OW;Angling'Visitor SAILFISH 'CLUB i Dare.Mildred H. Rlstauc "Detroit, FERN HILL MAY ..

ty Mich., -.- Bronze button -* 7- I
(foot sail -:-Charter craft "Hobo" Eti
Gold Button Sailfish
Feb 24 MUton Harrison

?.?. Tondreau was presented with Stuart Sailfish Philadelphia, Pa", _Release F
art winter visitor, of 71 Mill Clubs Gold Button for the button 1- Charter'Craft "Hobo"Captain I HELP I ,
wfc Brunswick,. Me., landed catch. Jack Whltlcar, WHERE FISHING BEGINS 1,

1footinch sallflsh last On the same trip were his Charles J McKenna, Providence --
esday front Capt. Jack, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. 27 Button Issued In Past $ ,R I, ..- Release button-r- Dissolving Association To,
ulcer's "H"0"" and Mrs M. J. McCabe, 678 Days364 So Far This : Cfiarter craft Cap-1 Be Discussed On March HARDWARE. REFRIGERATION. .
for 95 minutes'' Season 1 'Mermaid'', 24
e fish fought Drive N. T" who I tain Bill ,
we giving up Mr. Tondreau; caught dolphin and bonitos Stuart -' : Homer H. Evans, Merlon, pa.,: HOUSEHOLD GOODS ELECTRIC l r
Sallflsh Club! wilt
All are, guests ,at the Pelican meet Release button Charter Directors of Fern Hill Cemetery !
at 8 o'clock tonight at Stuart : association announced today
Hotel hereAmong
Florida?I' es other Tellcari' guests Civic Center, President Harry craft RelU SallfIsher, Jr I"*Captain Herman that the group Is tailingsgeneral SPORTING GOODS TACKLE i,
who have been enjoying the Dyer announced urging that all meeting of all lot own.
ion Blair C Coiner, Staunton, Va,
officer and member be present -! era at the court houae'at'8
lallflshing are William J Fer _
Bronze! button
oot sail '
Morn g Pa err to take part In the session. : o'clock Monday night March 24, '
schke of 2209 Park Drive, Wilmington
hie Charter "craft, "Sallflsher II" Paints and Oils and Marine Hardware
Depend rvsceLo Del, who caught a ,- Three hundred and sixty-tour, Captain Goo K. Snell; < to dlacuss possibility of turning ;
Ra $Salerno foot 7-Inch and afoot, 8-Inch sailfish button have been Issued' Mrs Homer H Evans, Merlon,' the cemetery over to the City of I y v ,
tuart .1e e sailfish, and three albacore; and so far this season, with lot release Pa. Silver button 7 foot, Stuart
art $ewal aim Cit7 Michael Cassway of 2919 N. buttons, 8 gold, 77 silver. SInch salt Charter craft General failure of'lot ownersto Fishing Tackle Tkpair art and Service t'f'

For Horn rd livery toL Broad Street, Philadelphia, who and 170 bronze; according' to' f'' Captain Herman RelU; Jr pay annual. assessment for 'JI ": $

drops caught one 8-foot,J-lnch sailfish -j I, Mrs Bill Berry, new executivesecretary Bill McCoy, Washington, C. H.. upkeep of the cemetery was '
E. L' E REUX'Dis of the Club who 1 Is
on Ohio Bronco given as reason (for ,the proposed -
and two button 7-foot
albacore They t
ibu rP duty every morning at the mono'Lot' ,'
8-Inch craft Buckocoo" Captain '
m Citr fished from the "HI-Hook" with Chamber of Commerce office. KELVINAmmd CROSLEY
'Ford Carter owner who are unable to {

,......_- Capt,-:..Walt ,Sander. Twenty-seven buttons I were Elner R. Peterson, Racine' attend were'' advised that they
Issued In the past five days, Mr*. win, Bronze button 7.foot, may send proxies ,
Berry\ reported, to the following 1-Inch .:.- Charter craft "Jean Cemetery director who havedecided I ark i '
persons: Dare" Captain Earl Dare on putting the Issue to APPLIANCES SERVICE

Feb. 18...+ / 0. Hinton Mrs. Mary V. Ryan, Reading, a vote are 1.. S. Oregorie, Mrs.
Wrlghtsvllle Sound N. C_Release Pa, Bronze button.., 7-foot, Mary Hartman Nisi Myrtle
button, Charter craft 5-inch Charter craft "Bar- Dyer Mrs Virginia Brock Stanley .
":Moja," Captain Vie Lance. racuda" Captain Hunter. Kltohlng. L. C. Klckllter and the Air Daily 5:45: P\M. j

Dr Frank' C. Bender, Drexel David O. Forman Jr_Bronse Graver King,
Hill Pa, Bronze button 7- button t""< ,Ofoot10lnch/ 1 Day; Phones 38 and 2$ i it44-R-4-- BosN
: : _. ,
H Beautiful& lot in Stua foot, 2-Inch sail-Charter craft"Barracuda" Charter craft 'Miss Florida" ly,
fronting 150 ft. on beautiHful Captain Hunter Captain Eddie Engebretsen STAFFYIORKiNO -- ------ --- -- I

St. Lucie River at on \ '$20,00 per' front ft. or Harold J. Ryan, Reading, fa, Rudy Loyda; Cleveland, Ohio .
H$3,000. Bronze Button-4-foot, 11-Inch Release button ..- Charter
I sail ....' Charter craft "Barra- I,craft ,"Hi-Hook" Captain Sand ON 1947 ANNUAL

cuda",Captain Hunter; I ersPatricia "
Falkenberg,Lakewood I,
'Wra. J Ferschke, Wilmington, '
Chlo ,
Del., Silver button 7-foot., Release button -Charter Jim' Bowden Head High ; :
craft "Hi-Hook" .
Captain Sand-
7-Inch sail craft 'Hi-Hook", School Staff of Senior
600 ft fro\ting on ffieral Highway at $500 Captain' Sander. eraEdna Leaf Pueblo Colorado- Yearbook : % ,

per front foot.. George R. Myers, willlamsport, 'Release button Charter craft
Silver 7-foot, Production of the 1947 Sailfish '
Pa. button 8-inch "HI-Hook" Captain'Sanders
sail from craft "Moja", Captain Douglas Falkenberg,Lakewood Is Stuart high school annual.1 t uAR7 FL (a
underway Johnwlck Is
,., Vic. Lance, Ohio-Release button Char- Erwln
Mrs,H. 0: Trauger, Perkasle, ter 'craft 'Hi-Hook" Captain assembly director for the yearbook
Pa.. Sliver 'buttontoot, 6- Sanders and Harry Webb Is In. The LIGHTHOUSE
Five acres of \nd. Ml 1 cleared, including small Inch: Charter craft "Jean 4 charge of finances Photographers 'I
are now making for
citrus grove and *mUl l'ailing, fronting hard road Dare', Captain Earl Dare the edition, and the staff Is at I
and close to Main biLJyi: Price $3,500.00. sail Sliver-Charter button craft_ 7-foot"Jean? 7-lnch Dare", work on many Is scheduled new features.for April Distribution Famous fo\\ Fin/'Foods L Li''

The staff are: Editor,Jim Bow-'
Captain Earl Dare
den: associate editor Robert "
Feb 21 *.. B. J. Thorsen, Chicago OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD
Greene; sports editors, Dick Rob'erts
111. !issued a Release butt '...
and Ernie Rlcou, club edl-
ton from craft "Hobo", Captain WESTERN STEALS and CHOPS
Garage Apart /n\ and two lots in St. Lucie Jack Whltlcar First Annual Meeting; ofProprietors' or, Julia Jamison; photo editor, a
Assn Set Dee Law; art dlerctor, Jean Van
Estates Bernice'' San iNCE TOT IE MUSIC OF : I..
Price M, Coy Jennings For March 18 de Water; class will, Winkle
Diego Calif Release button r-- Saunders and Mary Lou Garner; \ 4
craft Gulf Stream", 0., THE 4
The first annual meeting 'of prophecy> Ernie Rlcou and Frank .. ,
C. WhltlcarU the -
Proprietor association of -Mlnecl te, history Dorothy I ,
.. '
i M4 ComdrTE"; "K Boynton, the LIQfHTHOl
y.- '. Snug Harbor corporation lonts and Emerson Kramer, fl
Charleston, 8..8..CRelease but- will be held at Stuart Tuesday
Many good buf to Sao &s, lots and acreage ton Charter' craft 'GulfStream" evening, March 18 for the election justness Jerry and Snipes circulation and PhyllisBaker manager" RHYTHM BOYS

Captain,a C Whltlcar of director and the transaction ; typists Jean Robinson,
John S, Lachowlcs New York of
other business\
Shirley Ana Coane, and Winkle
City _Release button Charter Members 'who will be unableto Saunders; Information Boots Who Play'' Nightly for Your Entertain ent and Enjoyment .
t craft "Gulf Stream", Captain attend are urged to name a Arnold,_ Mary Sauvage Margie / \ ,...
O C. Whltlcar. proxy> and alternate proxy Members and Juanlta
EDWARD Mrs Ruth Thorsen Chicago, who have signified their in- Hodapp Baker THE BEST OF C DICE WHISKIES, WINES and LIQUORS !

\MAPPBARGAINS HI", Silver button 7-foot, 6- tentlon of attending the first '
inch T. Charter craft "pobo mnuaf meeting here Include W. GASOLINE USED GULF /TREAM CHARTER BOATS
REALTOP Captain Jack ,Whlticar A tlppincott; Karl. Nibecker, Dr. '
Feb. -Raymond LeWalter, Sellm Martin county Used 331930
McArthur, Andrew ,
P, 0. Arcade Bldg. '.Phone'i9 but- Berkey gallons of gasoline and 22,730, The Lighthouse Fleet
Rochester, N. Y;- Bronze George Sollltt, Phllo Dantey, '11
gallons; of kerosene In January 'I''
ton 7-foot, S-lnch Chartercraft Christen Petersen Robert Bavler,
to the of(
according Department
Jean Dan", Captain Earl John Blair and Hollls E. Porter,
Agriculture at Tallahassee. !
Others whose plan are indefinite .
but who be The LIGHTHOUSE ''l'i'J J
may able to The" original. pineries of the
attend are Herbert A.
Stone ,
South covered
The George Patterson and Robert J I : '
130,000,000 acres supporting a j Jy
Benedict. stand of 650,000,000 board feet Package Goods Jerry Smith,, Owner Ri
The Snug Harbor 'corporation of timber. I I,
ii comprised mostly of member -..:----- .. ---- __ f
of the Chicago Yacht'club who ,-
selected Stuart as a winter playground U
[ for sailboat activitiesSome r

plans homes a 25 for here or winter 30'are who waiting or have year-around definite for the NOW IN, A NEW ,WRAPPER ;' y

green light on home constructionOf
the type buildings they have
7' '( F3fALLLUGHTER planned, Architects recently

lave officials ,of the corporation :
encouraging'news of proposed .. ti o

release. of government 7
bl1ldlne.restrictions.\ it was reported ii
I : today :

As to sailing vessels, the yachting .
enthusiasts have been slow
to import the Chicago craft to

ilC, DANCING Florida waters due to the fact! .
that the type now used In Lake
1 (w
Michigan draw six to eight feet I

T/IE ,SPOT TO RELAX of water and consequently cannot i 4

be taken through' the st, ... :
Stuart Federal Highway' 1\{. Lucie, Inlet which allow ohly ""I ) "
ilea North of ii,' G,
four and a.half feet. '.'''.,' IIIIII i y( ;V.d .. r 9. b

CHOICE \VHISKIEf! WINES and:LIQUORS .'t bn 1 Yo'', .

&1 .
t Ned week March 3-7, has } o.w h J
-: ICE COLD. been, designated as a week of r .C
YOUR FAVORITE 1tl{' prayer ahe Stuart Baptist OLD f
t church under the direction ofthe FASHIONED

MIXED r.r DRINK ?r rx t, ; f ,BEERS.." I "" services.Following WMS't ". is the"schedule of 1,I; e HO MESTYLE\ rJj read, 4.

S :,Monday, 2:30: 'Lottie Moon .
ES T RA "circle in charge of the progrant
Tuesday,, a:30: ,Miss Elisabeth '
Y Look for this, Old Friend the New Improved
Province, state director of young' ,, now. \,
DOOR RIZES, people'. work, will speak on J
t Revelation It is the '
Home Missions, Social hour and' Wrapper same fine .

FOLLOW THE CROWD, FOIL FIJN TO ''Miss refreshments Province ,as will guest follow'of honor.,with I:, J t' ; '' loaf. that I made Bell Bread famous for quality.{ I t i,

i' Wednesday,7:30.: regular mid

H PAL r : ; CLUB week Circle prayer in charge service, La Amiga '

r !III Tburada1."UO.8aJ'a1 Charge : kicks OVEN, ;FRESH; FROM ,YOUR: GROCER.( ,

used may; v ---- Package,Good*, !Friday.'.3:SO, Veda"Waldron r.

circle.to charge,
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that added up to a smooth operation I tetlc Association, were liortia
Mr. and Mr*. Karl Krueger had BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNItED STATES OF NINE SAILFISH I steak dinner at the stW, \
I I a* their dinner guests Saturday AMERICAA Hotel Saturday attel'llOO1r.r

I SOCIAL NEWS of STUART I I evening Mr. and Mr. Clifton C. PROCLAMATION BfOASTft ft tit| visiting eoacne* ,and prliutym,

DeBerry, their daughters. Juan IN FOUR DAYS.Tbere L. Howard, f J 1 I of the conference Follows,
Ita and Anne and Mrs, DeBerryimother I VVIIFRFA3 the American National Red Crow, traditional 1 dinner eonfetenp President
\ Wells, fRoberts __ _.. .1 t Ii
%i Mr, and Mrl Prank :ZemlM i.rne for a stay at the St. Lucle ,
Mr, H C Stuart, all of
friend and counnplor of the nerviceman f C:: China principal of ,
f .1 0 fm,
will return U New Maven, COnn. | Hlel They are accompanied by ,
I MiamI. veteran" furnishes comfort and renewed hope to our sick Beach School convened
this week end afflf sin weeks athe l 11 their daughter, Miss Jane Ste- 0 were lots of sail, out B Howard, e .4 2 1 the m.ferene .
I' andwourded 'Ir hospitals and provides morale-building I I IGreene *for the purpose of a*
Hotel 'Victor Kramef *
( Stuart, wait, *hit ha Jimt graduated side Wednesday CAPE t ..
Mr and Mt tfon Older of welfare' and recreational facilities, for our occupation tag the all-conference
I 0 ''I rom I Ivf\ <'011. HI School! of Win1. I P. Lance of the "Moja"! reported I. ""t. biiki)
Duluth, Minn.,, were giiesU foicci abroad all well M it wide range of services to those bait Warrf and the traisectkn
Mr and Mrs, Jack StaU left l'Imti
I Saturday of Mr. and; Mrs. Edward returning to civilian life In Uu* country and this morning 11 IS other buntiWM:Other 1C1-.00I11i111
by Total
Tuesday for their home in Astoria -i e.- A sailfish each wa
'I Mi. Older U Mr. Mapp'scousin nTt1Svni (
Mapp. .
N. Y. after spending the''I Mr and Mrs. d. W. Conrad WHEREAS the )Red Cross chartered by Congre-w Clyde A. Phillip. Port Morris, present w r# H 1* Wasson ]torertuwt,4

past five weeks at the Stuart enler.ained:: Sunday evening at -- and equipped by experience to cope with human needs H J. Mrs Ra J. Phillips; Port fg rt tp : M I. Cavanx tM iA
Hotel dinner!: at their new home Plnenrrat when tliHaxter strikes performs* errand of merry with Norris, and James S. Bonn and Mendel, t J 0 4 Thompson, the Vero 84

'it-! a I[ I. Guests were Col, and Mr*. Mr*. C. D. MrQuade wilt leave :,kill, and expedition; and Mr Esther S. Hann of Newport Ulstnef. ( .. 4 I 1. coaching staff: Rick'GdIA
this week end for New Haven and Tom Barr
Mr and Mrs. Phillip Semler,IF P Noyes und daughter Ruth N 1. Wednesday, Brunner, e .1 0 coach prlnclpn
t Conn for visit with her tonIn WMFRFAS: the Red Crow III devoting Increased' attention Melbourne
a -
*'uo have been at the Stuart,I Aim Mrs E H. Hess and Oil Last Sunday Mrs Celeste D.81mon Futch, gft .t. t ; TerHIntPcoasiE\
Hotel for two month,.. have, re- 'II, lid Mix' J A ..Hrol/ka, -law And daughter( Mr, and to its home-nursing- first aid1 Programs which of Pine Bush. N. T. and Mack, g 9 I I TitusTlllf: Ed Starling<<, Cov ,
Mr*. Edward, Hardy arc ilcHig-ned through training courses to check the spread Okeechobee George
turned to Cincinnati t John r Zimmer of Llrfcoln, Lilly, g ,8 0 0 ; McCltUit,
.... :. of lt and to reduce the toll of accidents and J.
-0- Colonel I > ,I and Mrs Robert A !, : eane frightful ; Nebr each caught sail; on coach; Cocoa: H. McDIvItt,It.

Diomai Glenn of New Haven., William! wire: host at/ a dinner fdward Petit, Who\ J ill spending'the ; : WHEREAS: : thin' organization 1 In entirely dependentiixni Monday Ed BourbeaU of Turners Totals .1 3 1' presenting EAU\ Oallle; Refer*
winter at, I the Stuart H tel.
tJiIIIqho was lure in January tarty fiulurday evening at' .' | the voluntary contribution of the people of the Falls Mau, and Arthur J. Brown Halftime score! 13-10, Stuart. AI Mutart and Rocky Fl.mm
I hus gone lo BII/omlll'ld. N J for '
ume back list week tor his see I heir new horn mar palm City week United Stttex in rendering these! non-ices. and ha estimated of Greenfield. Man, landed principal Erwin Johnwltk and John Qray. Supt Itoscbe RoHio", ,

und visit of the season He was 1 1114 dlcbialluii nl 'Oil Williams'I a .. that a minimum fund of S60,000,000 will be neces'xarr plndlesnout, and Mrs Natalie 1 Coach Charles Kindred, on bo- and Paul Young JCC r JlI'lldeot<

J! IUMI 1 at the! Stuart Hotel' i liiitljrtay Tmiw present, were' Edward- for the implementation of I Its philanthropic program!! R., Cole of Flushing/ L, I, N Y'; half of the Martin County Ath-, and local offlciaL
f -0 (Oil and Mm/'; F P Moves. Major Mr. and Mrs $/11111I11"tl in HlH caught a sail Tuesday giving

MI. and Mri Wtllain Raganand i, ,nd Mrs .r t W Mayhew Mn. E.'I ld have come from Cincinnati the "Mol a" a ,tally 001, I nine sails
grandson! Waltnr. have i*- ; H. Ue mined to Chicago After spending i tuuii.il. C'dl A (C Vorto and E mother' Mrs/' Catherine PraweMm oft he United Stales of America and President of the .- ,

the winter at the Atlantlr I I AlKMWIII Pnuiw. aiM of Cincinnati American\<< National Red Cross, do hereby designate and 1. B. CROUP TO

Court Apaitmenti' and the Stu I to Hjx-ndlnK the season at the proilaim the month of March J 1947 aa Red Cross Month MLET MARCH 7
eJam.1 ras 4. luncheon today at her nicely and t-xpcoU In. stay to this essential humanitarian cause All Martin Countlam are Invited PIANO

Bratten of Cincinnatiwho i lionn Pinnwxt honoring her hI'111.11/ May. IN ; Wfli\REOF.! \: I have hereunto to the annual meeting of
WITNESS [ set my
mother -
has been at the Stuart Haitishice Mill E. H Relic Oupitts the Martin County TB and I
were Mrs t A Carrlel, Mn O Mr and Mm Audit'w 1 HfH hand' and caused, the seal of the United State*'of Americato
Clirlstmai day. wlU be Health' Association March 7, t
01 l Beverly M UM who art* win Iff affixed BEAUTIFUL SPINETTEI
C: Bennett Mis P K Musou and NlyV
joined next week by his wife. |It p. m: ai the Woman Club, Mr.
The SIR ten. will be here until Mr Stanley 0 Burl several erlng III week Sumiota with! Mr.are and here!Mrs for, DONE at the City or Washington this twelfth day of Arnold Bauer president aitnounred prompt .. RLIfZER""
April in the of Iord nineteen' hundred and today.
Carroll Diinscdmbf The vi.siloniare .I"'II4try"i year our !
:' e- Mi Xd.Mri floyd Stlmmell uncle tm<( aunt; of M4* Ounseombe firty-neven and of the Independence of the United Mated A short business meeting and delivery 1 /WINTER. & CO'
and na Daw.son. Pa..
: end Mrs Meinhardt Crltet of if America (lho hundred. and be
Mr ( fine neventy-firsl Election of officers, will fol- ----
I arrived to two
Wednesday spend
: of Cir levl1le. Ohio, are guests at owed by a program designed to -
weeks with Ills brother, Kenneth eI (SFAt 1.) MIR\API.VNOS!
the St tuclt Hotel Mr and Mrs Frank L Noble) acquaint Martin Countlans with sl
fill nn,t'II, and family at their HARRY s. TRUMANBy ? .
e ,I I and daughter Mary, will leave he local associations work, Its They re fine upritht\anos( / been nn home 011 Rlvervlrw road. II he President'
Mr and Mrs W H dray of I Saturday for their home In 'I I : problems, and aims bed by restyling and VHtorec/to oriirinal qualil lijr
''I Cleveland are spending some I I L Mitchell Hartman will leave ericktion. New Brunswick. P'rl'd-I' C.; C. Marshall "All parents. especially are expert craftsmen and refu/te6nlclanx.

I Ime it the 8t tucle Hotel i|on the champion: Friday morning ada after u it iy at the Secretary of Stale urged to attend" Mr. Bauer stated S-trVaa .
our guarantee on anew\ piano
Jar hid home in New Brighton. I
the need for
',01 Mi and Mil Carroll DIIII.j
Judge and Mis T. 1. Hucklnc Pa filter nix weeks here visiting Eromtw in St 1.in le F Mr and Mrs. H. L Wasson Mr. E. H. FAilE DIES I broader understanding of comI -
In wood, N. j" have return- Ins bi' ithnr. R. W. Hartman and e and Mrs Lee Ferguson. Mr. and munlrable diseases UPRIAHTS
I f d t to the St. Lucle Hotel after a I Wittily uiid his son.in-law and Mr and Mrs If. II Thayer *Ars! M. J. Cottons. J A. Thompmm Fine, Reconditioned Inntr/miVj ,.- F *i imiirit IIIIYJG1VA

: trip '.o St. Petersburg, where : daughter Mr and Mm R L had a<< house guests last week and W. C. ChInn of Vero AT HOBE SOUND MORE!! ABOUT
they visited Judge Huckln sis i Bl1lton'I I | Bearr) were here for the basket I
Mr. and Mis Charles F. Lapple .Nt) S
ter.j' j bull tournament Friday and
; ''of Erie Pa On Friday theThay- : .. .....
I Mi and Mrs. u J Andersonof Sat in'flay. I E Hall Fallr .n. outilandlnfl Completely Rebi/l, Reitrui\ and Unfinished
ers took their guests to the rates ,
i Dr. and Mrs Alexander! Stewart I'I'i the EdgewaUr: are spendingi I at H leah It was the Lapple' mechanical engineer of New I (f'olllillfH'f'JrIIIN page' One)

of Obippohilburg.. Pa. .,, are few' day at Key' Went...u_.. first trip to Honda and they Mi and Mr*. Howard Cllvtr ot I York died Friday afternoon at SEE AND HEAR,T/lE NEW
Audubon. N. J. were guest last his 0" \team defeated the Vero ,
Jupiter Inland at Hobe
"en M Impressed with the stateSlid
week nf Mr. !and Mr*. Joe Con- Sound' after Illnew of threewtcks Beach<< B" learn 20-23 (to take SCOT
with fltuart' that they Ixipe an '''
I tit make this their winter 'home I ttftni ePaul His summer home was at the conference "B* crown The Woi/l' Finest Radio. \honograph
: WEEK END Principal Erwin Johntvlck and
: SPECIALOF W Rtnn. Westport. Conn
In future year: They left for the Petigned lo be dcifr d"BRUBAKEFTMUSIC
north on Tuesday D. Newton of Newark Born In New York Jan. 14, 1884 Coach Chuck Kindred and other

.. N Y, has joined his family at he was the son of George E. local school officials were roundlY *
the Italian house Sewall Point congratulated conluctng;
Stella Falle and was educated
Word has been received hereof COMPANY
Costume ffewelrylit t LaPointe's the birth of a son William lor the remainder of the season at Horace Mann School and a successful tournament They
-0- !arranged housing and entertain
ill' Cornell University. graduating
frank on Feb. 13 to Mr. and
tunl Mr and Mrs; Clifford Coon oNew n mechanical engineering In ment for the visiting players and 1 206 Datura Street West Palm Beach
Now's the to buy the special piece of jewelryJou've Mrs Waller Oreew' of Vallejn '
York City are! upending four 1906. : coaches, and worked out detail*
'I' Wen won ng, Cut ---- ... .
weeks al> .the Edgewater ApartincnU He married Doris Hall McConnell --- --- -
,' I /, Mrs Coon I ill the sister of ,
Jan 38 1918. The widow and
""i"I" If't.:,'k CHATELAINE&N NN5' A/D EAR-KINGS SET I IIT 'and Mr.Mrs.and William Mri. Gene Pattu.Cabrc and! Mr Mr. Mr*. A.. a &>hula of the Cdgewaler : 'three children, David Hall. John I

SlLVtR from $1.00 I I
\" !. up and Mrs,. William Turner spentthe frowning and Sally MrCpnuell
\, ( weekend' In Bradenton with fall\{ \ survive INFORM
\ (DF
\ / YOUR
Mrs Hull and
( ; COSTUME I S from $3.95 up ,, John Turner and family Mr. of New Henry Conn. Funeral services, in charge of, jUS
Haven art spending
,I William Turner remained Johns( Funeral 1 Home were held
L ,II In several weeks In Stuart i
EXPERT WjfrCH REPAIRING Cradenton for a short vlxlt Tuesday at Christ
Chapel at Kobe Sound with Bishop
Virginia, Fred Jack and Ralph Glbbins officiating, CORRECT
WHIBE \OUWAITLaPplNTE'S Thompson of Flint, Mich spent A. Robert. 57. died last !trial service will be held at

} I&it week' with their uncle and Friday at his home a. aID South later date at St Bartholomew.

I aunt. Mr. and Mrs :Joe (,onKltmre Albany ave. after a short Illness In New York City'
H' Jark Leslie' flew over Binary services were held! at He was the designer and build. I

from New Orleans Ui see' Uie John Funeral chapel Wednesday er of $ number of prominent 1 :MAIL ADDRESS

I visitor evening and mass was held Manhattan buildings, and was '

.I _. Thursday morning at 8k Joseph's engineer In charge of construe I ,
\\! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore distributors Catholic church with the Rev tlon of the 3I-ato.. City Invest I

pI of "Babee-lendoR, T J, Geary officiating Burial pg building the Astor building i

; Imported dnd Coshmc Jewelry from West Palm Beaeh spent was In Fern Hill cemetery and the 33-story Adams Express "'; !',

I Wednesday in stuart. They entered Roberta was bon) in Carmel! building the latter the first con

I t VICTORY ARCANE \ STUART, FLA. a subscription to the Stuart Maine In 1890 the son of Well structed in New York without .
I I News to get a weekly report of: ington and Nancy Pease Roberta, the employment of a general \.

the stork deliveries here' For several' years he was a weliknown contractor. '
'1' ___ The latter number \
contained a
I 0
I contractor In Brooklyn I i '.
I Mrs C P Flnlayson and son, IS) Y.lie. of innovations for that time :"I :_,41n I order to receive )'prllpt' I mail ncrvlce It will |be .
Jack of Mariana were Wednes-' now accepted as common I
cay guests! of Mrs. Ralph Hart- was a communicant of St ties In general jappriclated" if you' will plJulnform, ua of your' correct '
I Joseph Catholic church In Stuart '
; CW&'T i man enroule from Miami to a member of St. Mary During World War I he prac'I' slrt-H tfr: poHtciffice addrefJby; 1 lephone or mull

their home Mr*. Flnlayson. am Men club in Augusta, Maine resident engineer In ; .
Mrs Hartman were college males construction of submarine ,
rALM BEACH and a Knight of Columbus of ,
,. lit Florida State_ College. ( In 19.1)) Cardinal r Gibbons' COuncil. and shipyard operations for I rl"'JlllelHk" \ : for Mr|ftinsk|when transmitting th>'

) i iPre..ntl 0 He Is survived by his wife, Emergency Fleet Corporation.I infnjmatioi. )by rhoTic.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Collins and H< later was assistant to Charles .
I baby are guests at the home ol! Anastasia Murphy Robert; t M, ,Schwab Jn the EmergencyFleet .", .
Mrs Collins parents!. Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Veronica MWoodsJde CorpFollowing. .
Mrs H C. Beckman while Mr. of Hallowell Maine: the> war he assisted

I !. 1 the Collins U doing civil engineering tour' sons. Lawrence and Edward on plans for the construction of AGAIN WE URGE TIT YOU pmcE THE CORRECTNU.MBFRQNYOUR

work for the State Road Department of Augusta and George V. the Presbyterian Medical Center

Winner on he' Indlantown road. and Frederick B of New York and also engineered and deslgn- / fOUSE BY ATURDAY, MARCH

0 City; two sister. Mrs Florence ed the 28-story. office building i, I IN ORDER TO F/PFDITE:
to d the Mrs. Blanche' Lowrey spent Tlbado of Bangor Maine, and for the ChemlcaTNational Bank CITY nrnVFUY -

I, last weekend In Delray Beach Mr. Elizabeth Roberts of'' Belfast and the Ooelet building as well '

I with Mr and Mrs J. B. Smith. Maine; and several grandchildren u the Rhode Island Stale Airport /> l '
\ ANTHONYAWARD She also saw her daughter Janet' .

J.I Clay. at Boca Raton Held 'Mr Faile was an associate fel- "
JOHN L. KIRK; low In the Institute of AeronaitIcal if

,; A, HairstylingContctt Mr. and Mrs H. H. Carrlngton John L. Kirk! to, winter guest $ Science member of theAWrlean CITIZENS ANK f STUART

of Atlanta are at the Holleran at the Flamingo hotel, died thl. society of Mechanical
( Apts for the' remainder' of the morning at Martin County hospital ngineers. AmerCan Society of

1 II season after a brief Illness ClvU Engineers, American Solely 4 .

Funeral service in charge of' of tHeatlng and Ventllatng 'Tta Bank .t> peiwonnj! "
M,. James Hughes II Mrs Lou Rill Poster returned Johns Engineers,', American Instl- Rerviet.
Stuart rla i to Stuart Feb 18 from Funeral Home are PendIng Electrical Gainesville word from his daughter, Mrs tue.e : Engineers and na.. .
where she attended a merloan Road Builders
supervlsert Assoc
D. A. Ryer of Summitt, N. J.
conference atlon
0 .*-

The Anthony 'Awald Balrstyilng conteA announced In Min Beverly PltchforJ, Weal I It take 21,000 Acres (of tim Now

May. IkS. 10 Bappr fcf state that fir, James\tithes, gtuart. Palm Beach, was I Its Stuart last ber annually to supply a ,certain "'

Florida, was adjudge the final winner Five fkallsts In the week to visit her father.William Motor' Company with wood I'' NEW st,

contest were graded in their halrstyllng ablluVln I a public pltehford e for crating and woOd paper lot I an7 RS .

exhibition in West alm Beach held Feb '14, Vr radtfig''on Mr. and Mrs J. H McDivItt of packing Its' automobiles yotw

suitability to type Of model, originality, technical skill) and ran Oallle were here last weekend -- Improve the Comfort, dranite of
far the IRC basketball We need fire protection to ri'o'rert &r. Let Us.1iristall.
practicability the judges announced Mr Hughn woy winner > ., ,
tournament The MrDlvittt sob non-agricultural cutovel-
all countf.
oa LDrivo
la a member of the. Ban. damp land now largely idle; We Will Al.o
team. {f-lv r Ca Bunlpw
The prize if a slx-w eeks' scholarship at the M. LouiV. Hair to
e We needflr
Design Institute In New York (value $300) and One Hundred Eugene Bouner, rose hybridizer protection to
iclp grow a home supply (of ,
Dollar In taab. Anthony of West Palm Beach wish Mr I for the Jackson Periling\ Co of I umber ,material, WILOTO C0 X

HligbM all lucetet in his scholarship and future endeavors. IMrart, N. Y. W --- U1110f 1% RM OWNEMHIP.4ARTHUR AOXft"A

time at the Stuart mail-fishing-1 'In INS, wood fires coat' HONda Wislivaly Y ERs
here principally for I million dollar. ,'"

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,', In $TVAIT NEwt, IThIkZ "al1la CuDt3t FLORIDA 'THVM ATFE8._ 11., 1t47 1IIJ7'II8"' PAGE P'ITEEFIflSSLFf

-- 'litMii.iiiitiiiMiiiiiiiiitHiiiiirimiiiiiiii? ? ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiii SdLtttON \ II' t tI r
fftuMrt' .QF .LAST VF.ElC'8.VZZLR tUft. ', '
AC1000" Taking Stuart u an example :

? ? 11I1111111\ uItIiritfnshiiihtliHniilflnimu I l '.bl5 .' t tErh;... the former Boy reader-meter NOTCl -, i :
Soutt _Fdrl H.. ... front***, I* I ftkNTl 'tM WdrtoW 110...... ta'' 'I 41115. 44P..rI WAItL( rr r, .. 0tMI '01 .0' stated the two to kilowatt gener 4140'rtft OF sx mmpLt flov ROVES or INTENTION TO Rtcnrut 11j'
t* .. PM front ,.... *..rjr. ......" *,. ..... ,. Mwi.uMII Mil.lit AU ttMkltrimi ,lb 5rt1... o. It..h. ...m, KRNMKNT KKAt IROCKHfY Fd FICTITIOUS NAME ,
*. urtr MM, Tvrtti ... I '", ".h '.11.' ,tors which furnished electric ..ol l Fm Morn ,. NOTlrR UJ HrKrllV UIVKN Out UwLEGAL '
pro It pr cMporemt 4(44 "411 I lIlly' InMlM .t It7 t:: *** Cp.vs.II. 141 '
41014.511 5511 ...& '. _.... 4 H. IMtMIt A. I.. wrtw ..> II .,.... I" '.:: I$13I1U ::1. bt-E''IP: ;' power for Stuart In 1920 would H.m0t. gtroot. LluiU. HouU Co' I ;
.. .firrid. poyiMul*. For I !1..... 11roa 4 : Hit*. hsohtals.'* onll.. Ih.t t II ... bIl ,
IftmIIIlnllIlIIRmlnMllMlRtttt EU l.-ItS17 .r .p**.I.Uoa. wll l1dukurtaH i I ... ....". ... MirJc V l.G.l4'OISI10. locommodat. than one business ilkikK for dl....? ndw. tl* (urvlul !1
**rir k tfc* |rrU !._to aENTt NI,.. .,,".. ,........ ......: eo.d block In the P,.lat A. .1 5544 ..d N., A..0. ? ." '
mrt.. liar...*. .**... bOO .11.... ... vs a.tA.J,4 Ekxtrll kltckn. ,It Sloe elsill' 3Aioi E P S I .... Jo'erlot 44I.1IIL city today. A4all.vsti.t LaoIaIl.t t, (411 tilt,. CIt.,, POOh., I A .51 .0 p.s.( l:1'J'; '
Mobil 1a7 lvsdvs. ... POI111 IS S I..oto Il.vs. 0 IPl4vslh "Tour community has grown I,. list It1.50'tv lIhl01 85. DO d..lvs. :f 5o4lIA.1. .14 SI., lbs t14l4. ,, f fTIIOPICAI. I
for ro.ittT; tamat will **ui* u :=1 at l15.,' -.. 5,44.0. IIIIIIHIIIIIIIII : =. D E IL 'W'0.4.0": .4 .urvlu. kr tk* UoFrm..1ApprilniMly I
HtM 's.4.d. .../h... 4111 II 'h .: loft 400,011t':0 faster. than UK production of 1141 .rrao *f l.,4. III lOP, seAl *44.0 ::1 :t j
-intrr. ......... .".11 fpn. wilt' IllllltlllllllllllllllllllllA II. ;....011 tofHl TTL14ftJ! R N U "" needed materials for expansion, I.H *H *ulldinv*, ftrueturoM, imr.mn.nli ,
thoU 4 clip toi Olvn 11a ..* In.ullillimi IsO f.clIttlH < :
tunltr. your *o. vroujdrUir "C .I A FOUND i iD ; : he said In explaining why the tkMn >nd I fci-r.il., lor.tmlIn : : :
55,04., ., lb.. 4.H CIth .4. 4. I 1111111011I1 11I111111I11"1"11111111 11,55.114. A11 7 1111551,41.400U. had Mvrtlli Cot..y, Florid, .ulij-rt, :
ve ReNT .... ..... 11.4.0. IROR 01 tARLRI'RG.: .:: : Voltage not been sufficient ha1..vss.a.s,115.s.$ 511 Isdtl,45. I .
(TMSNflITVART. ... Point. J.i_ I ._ "" I b. 5.101.111104. It.I.455at4..stit4a11aos..stl lObo is, i. 51, Mapi. '
ilti 001. F4.14L I T'' 1. I .4.. .0551. SI lob 1.SI here until two new relay station 11 ll'
iWWI"II !!! I SIPTItN0flOoPllU .... 104 ...,. ItISItSaSI. Th... 't. ,.::.. PAE U. .""' ... .f _. **d pvrmlt. WhIPS m.yeowyBMf I Ifr
,111111,1111111, d Iaro .. .......-"..,.,... .4.4.SI .. D:1"r:::: .' Had been Installed one I.. Ia .11401 .t It,. It,. oc I.,. .O I-., 'f i iI
: _. lbtha. SIW .. W..k 11I'01'. P51.d.p .,t.vs to. It Iftl; "" &S1.I1.f;; at the south of town And a mor, >* of th* flstvsrtt. s.d ,b. ADVtRTlStMEHTTO I '. I",
N.l ..... SuNS. 04 0.1 A. tit. ...." C r I I. ils '. POsOvseb 4.51. .. 0414 III. 11.1 tO 11otSN4 to tkl Unllrdr I df'HOTICIt
.b 4 .SIC '... Ifl _.... 4,110 111 It, T O'I'aI ',.It, recent one on\ the north side of H4tM of alt 4.tlb..bIl 5151501. I
TWN'PYI P. n. to: lI.r"1 I". .t th lIt th Old,, 5. g..flt.d 4. itae0.5..P J" .
FOR SAI.Il ACRES AND II wltlt ....H1. '
,, ftp *| rnDOWN'' .
enou FIVK iiooMf AND MATS 1.0; ,0.. .15 ..... ..0,1.,. Po" duS' "*" ""* mWrSlfloii. }: 15"1.t CUI WHOkT IT MAT tXMCFRNl ,l,
MOUHS ON PAVPO HOAD WEST OFSTUART ..d ..... 'h... I.... :? JMw t d. : fc : : TB tfrBWb.ll NOTKK IS HFRFBt I.IVKN ,...t ,
A ?HARUAINI FOR OirX| .1.1"li, Oli' ?: I* a 05r4." : Mom MR. AND MRS PARSONS ko Bo.nl .f Co.." o.m..I...._. .t ." '
B .Ih.
ALB PAin M Hur:>8HEU PHOtOS ( moor
IT I. STUAKT, P01 1151451' hot H Wi ..... VISITING BDRGGRAFSMf 4.., .11S sIlt. .ELo., ltidt .1'.r.tJi..t:': ,':. ttvsUIaI. :,
W A..tPt 1.4.41,1st. tt-N5 : ::'J4.II. !rn 1:. \\o i. I
f 01. II. it, II i II 0511 11 hIvi s.a by ?d..ti. It. tll lhrl' "' A.r' iJ AmlVnM'tkViiii Ih. I'dof' Coi'tiinctHn 13. Mfinnvi. lot and Mrs H. B.! Parsons are 54.0, 5.. POe., ..50r ,,, ,' :: 545. I Itt' : p1 t thd
btlp.tt- fris .td sO. t.rtblso 4. P44 Brulllia tlcllf lur,'ei' 4, ft iphs* Iso. here 5.04: III i''I'' As-Jet s", .it?
ta pus MISt, Fl.. Ill atIva like 414.4 4.4 1.0.545 0. Hwnrt.rd IA, le..4I .I from San Diego Calif., 0 51'.As'$ 4.. 11l.IIPS 1 4, '
5.51 .h_ .tGI.5. 0-.0 Osod..t visiting Mi1 and : : .tvs114. :JI'.s.oIIJ 0 141t.Wll Iltoslb.d
'" ,. boo W, P1544, 54. r j 1P'01IaoLII. \ toy .o It o..4.,50 td Mrs. H: Burr- J..ot4lItrll. 051 .4 II ....i.. tA .
bIt IA P 1.11.1 tq $0.. ?4.OI r I I r10 r 15'1rr'.T graf of 'Blue Heaven" at Eden. rlht r\\ } dl."iPl'' 8",1. .1 periJ, a. ,It,. II.....k. 'I t. '
to. 14-ft. Otbvsd.,11" ...... hOly, II.' 4.
T4.I.y.. AnsI, vs t41.sA... I. Pttd. 1t Mrs. Parsons and Mfj. Burg- i: : : f : 't j'I I't
COVET P..110'C..t, ._ ... 111111 11111 liPUiiIiflhttillmiilIiPip# ;iaT L; !
ATLAN'J' :;t"IT. Hint I.: IM : .k. RES OFFERED graf are sisters.: The Parsons 'ct N..h... toolt... : d..b...' I I", ,

,ru'Mm after six years In Tahiti, return. baIt of 5.14.. U. T.. ,.hlo 11 ..'k. I IKfl1.5
FOR SALB, Cm Mrp .4t.. lit. ... It..1 '
FLOIlIDA IlUfl ed' to the Orilted' States when the .1 0.t; 'h. n d.. a."h, .oo .
0111.. .. wltkIM ,.. sir, sIll .tIlt. UltlJ .tiIflflHIIIlIlliftsuftftU / RIO 0.oIhs I
*44 1,04 4 '
WHIN AVAILABLE .0. two., 5105.0 .lth 1511W lIs.. A..ld w5 11 i 05145 SSC000 50Cr..., Pacific waf' began. They owned ,- It ,p.. .' 0.' alt .1 lh.tt, W11C S 5t111 I 05 p0 .V' :f Owl, 'I: I't''t'I 1 :
... ..... ...pl.l .w.. H"k _.d. UI lObs fl 'h.... duo I IIto.
.M\. \, "#" -* I Tb. 0.0, ..lal.toll. a 5000 acre : ; ,=; 05.50,51 7. T'.f. I : ,
plantation with .
AMflloMrt*. I yes.. .. .. ....IIoitt.vsp1ITh.rt.. I I
FOft SALE loll .0 s* s. 41. .111,5 bIt, I /A. ( cocoamit grove orange1 grove, ,... J.o. I. ItolIlt T".hl. II A
W FACET 00(4.0 I.. .b.. ,o.. A.b Is. 5. 4.14.1 I, IP''hrltpt "5.1,115. ... 51 II 41..I, .. 514004 51.0,5 '
TIUPHONl eiSSPERSONAL COMPLETE 'SELECTION r1' I It, $051. .01.5,.. _, U coffee and vanlla plantings .b... 4.....5 ''h, 514... Klt.P-lI A I_
I tOUt I. .111,0 tITIr.4.1.l
OF.SHELL JEWELRY AND PAYS,, ,0'' K-NtI,st4t.1.,. Its "But your Indian River citrus II sod ,,h.fClItthl., :.N'"r;:,, ,0 0? I0151 50,511 051t-lr. 1..110. t ,'

NOVELTIES.WILL SELL kin., 0 .01 too'. a1104t141511 far superior In flavor to the 511110t, Ii. n. U. I ..hl" If 100'' "

mrdi .t.Cht.th. thrJfft.S AT LOW PRICE. SEE MRS. I.,. 0.SI'. all 4 o..w.4.115.41.,.,bivs., A. 0.WhaIPt South Seas' variety," he saM It.ot 11.11,4. .1 1411 It, h Sty l'pIv's..... 1441. i f

'aa KrSjrKa (.4.1, Ip hi.. Mrs. Parsons II the author of I. I'OM 10Y. (;,.,k Ilf.tI
s.'. HARPER QUINN 1 AT 0 U 4k. It... Na.. a PalO451TllCP. ', 0.py I. .,b.Jsst ClIPI' .It .

... ..-., .. .r l QtIINN'3 STORE. JENSEN book on the South Seas called 4. 4. 1,11. p'la.'IlIpl I. 5101111t4.11 lOARI> 0' ('I, 'Il'T '.MIIU.RIONfIIS. : I
J'4 ltdIat.d, Gso.s..pl I,.,. MARTIN LOU V. lI 'H'IIA.' : I
-4.fr-yt-i-" BEACH FLA' NO TELE. P0 1 LEWELDINGRVICE "You Colt Do It." and Is nowworklnll .5,. (0)) 51'O5.lv, 510 ri..... C..p.,. b. ... p.o I. 2. 11. ,
: : 14 .35 another tIN. SOP .11.1. I 5.11 No.1,... III I i. j ;
on i ikr.
_,.,...... ..II4t... _._1.. PHONE ; CALLS PLEASE. ,3 ? novel. TheydrO 01450 0.4 I..? p.. ,.pl.. 141 5.11., .
,. ....... HSSSttL I. .... ,ttbbi. WHOLESALE DEALERS' \'& here in their trailer from ....... ..d th. .. rklldrm of 1- -ai: ALA SEMCNT _lI
T.,.., H..... Ill ?t. Ott H'. AN' I t 144ANYtlMtOXYC ............ ....... 111. t...... ofnn ,,,
7h.v..v '" 11INIISII WELCOME TO MAKE California praised the climate Ih. I.r..... ....... '* .f WorM I
A"t:. =..... OFFERS despite our recent cold snaps w.. II ..d .i11Al. I' ,'hlld,.. of ... II IN THE CIIICUIT m T OF MAIIT''' I '
HI'tlf Aid ON I CETYLENE OR 11515.0 51IllGt5 01 W.,.. I ... II II.. COUNTY, PLOP ''A I ,
:.. .. ir. l: ; 4 l 1 ,lo1jpW ...... '0. .4 t 'A I. _at.." I U"" 'I. TIUWIAl I ,
...... ...n 'ELEC Ie WELDING F5lrrf 1HIS 2 19 WHY ONE 111 ."_'.'0 .., ., ........0\\. 4 ORDLa 1 I'UII ,
Foil IAI I'K, Tint* kor, **. I pIty :ldtreford CUTTING 1.ltu.Io.. PHil) ITT Rlnu Th.Ii. II 'I.ItlitI
l lllllllllll.'nllllllllf""," "'''' I .ft.. idMir **ntl.*, will rkIKI : ;r TOURIST LIKES STUART 1510 'ot' .....I.It, psI,, .h.1I .4, v.. ,
11It.. .... lOss $ALE 0.1,4 'lit" II 1 FACEN Winter visitors often air their ....., .....1,., R ........ .,..... r,4.pl., IAPi
fOR tikes as well M their, constructive Oor.,.".. f., p.. 'I. ,". 510' b..,.... I TATII: it P1 ;'A.1'O .
F0 SALf' Alrf Cm ,>*.., luJt.M forNiolftm ..d ,ltla, .4 OIp.pt, ,.. ,
.,ttmlhillifltUnhltN4.billlHltli .. CHAS N'S SERVICE:: .olI HP.AAtY i 1011W II,
Otto #. t *. h.If..h. Criticism' of this "'" Id of .lllflSOl' d.,. .''h" I Llltl'O.tl'ANl', I

i;.::"j 4, ;;,;:r ;;':';;';; : "Hour, tpjofiin, ,Marliir. lllnr_HhllMK.. lira. OnHl : VTION communIty. This week a guest at :;..1'7' .hOid51tI.j'tG0riIII .. ,. ....,... IT 18 'HM'V' 011 RIfO: th.l 'ow -
I lw.y L It ... ._ I ... .. ,
...wnt ...., ,.. "Jr.II, --. :1 It. I oqtlo'4 I.' III H'1t' do, '' ,
N? Mast 4.rll the Atlantic Court apartment. ? ..d X., n.', ,.p, ,4541 .0 1I..h. 1511 NOt, tho 41st tPlt51
: FOR SALE PH N 9221 P...... bOl ...1. 1. ., ,.. .... .. '
: _, 4 $, JINI1SI NI. "" "'' "" 1111510. '''' ''. I. I 5, ..I.I.t
-I leported that she likes Stuart ..... ffp.. do-I", lttss ...1.... 5.14tt,5. fINd,. ...1." .'... fIt i515.4W ,I. lb.oN .
Nw Custom' Built Cruiser because honesty seems to be the VI., '. Pn .1.41. P'do'. &, .,,, .v ..I 111.1 110'I55. 4 tit. tlovstNo.
II UN P ...//001 .b.t.. ... thaSIAI.tt 23ft. k 7V; ft. Honduras Ma.', FLAT PAPRR WELS-W* k.v kximmr "' .".... c.".. ,. ,.... I It! 00011. d... .. I I.. 1,4 t.OI4 I I
.. "' "" "''L'"" O" 'OI I 0th.vs.I I pIdp.tp..sdasvs. rule She had given up hope of ,._. 17. II.! I a.bthIhi.t'.MaIlb.eo' N. ,

:- hogartjr 4qsotructIonthtoeghout. :itir" "ly a f.. enklMt, H.trurk KUmiiiinimiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMALE $ DICK HILL IS finding a lost handbag which ::: ; !'itsatuey050110'S lCd ..... .p.Ito ..O.s51OPhl515 \
.. 14.14 Ito? tvt.otv, IS 4. ilflr. *. L
'I-! """ New Chrysler"ACE" HELP WANTEDuiiiiiiiitiiniHiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Contained! much cash endorsed! I :;I t lb. 11151151 .'I A. o. ...
1'1t"'r.:. .; .:. ; ; PRAOIINM Fr. :, 'A ,. X..
Mariner Enf in*. Completely iK *> 1.10101 ) $ ? checks and valuable (4. C. 0'.d lb. lI.1It
4v 4.* a. s' '510. PhIlip Gvs 1111 ? ? jewelry.The '" 'hi. 1"0"" .. 'h.' ..tv, H....... II... ,
"k, III." hJnhd_. ." ,. equipped including P.1st W.y, ,,0. WOOl. Pt OPF-NINGI AnYSPEAKERStuart folks: at Johnson Fivt and II N. i.., 01... .1 II.st... .'...... floIoI., Its'. ''a II Or Fe ,
.... ...... .__ III... ....... IT J.lt. II II. I sa: $s. NOW 05151PICKSI to ....1' fo ,h. ,,,,,.Ia, _.10. of 'h. ...'..... 1"7. ,
marine toilet, First reasonable -' r01' 1 IIII!!: Dime Store had found the bag Ph,.,.. L.eI.l.' ,e ,." vos. Itn I. nIllEROT. "
A ,4a14f.? offer accepted Phone, _' -0-jiWEffl GOOD PAY A D IXPFNRBI and notified Hei1 wouldn't 5., 'ft. ...... of..I... _.1.1 ;1 1t"et I
551 f? (4.5.' ht. lattiSI;; : WASH If .... ... ..... u H to tk. ..tPdiw "They HII, .h. ..b.. ,o. tt .'Ilvtp4.10 ....t_. A Cl.. Of tt, t'IO'o14 1I..lit ,
"50 SI ........ "f.W \I Stuart 26f-J. I 55-4. at fh. posl! .ul.r Army you Hiitorjr: Revealed tn even te!>!pt a cash teward,1 she I Ileported. ,itt 151 14lI.t, II ..ro .., 't1IIt5l'l01dI,
_....rI".. .. .tt51lo... .. "
T,1.1 5,4 .d F.
5.4.... .14 ,.. PMI.. .... Capt. Ed Flemminf LAUNI [ SERVICE 4., Ottttt5.llhOl't11"11 opportunity lIp Story of Power Company "This is the most honest d.'* .nd .It-P '.5 ,1414. 10 p.sp.ss4.. 11. --I

.....,. 4 b5t OIlS .M' 0 01...-- 4" FF .. ItektHii* dlvtelom'kkk town tve ever been In she ..qolspl5.i' ,h....., ft.. .p.h.'p.014 .
_, 4 "p.' Portafcl. | ..korti I. .. ........". daIp 'Ia I... .n. Growth f.......",.... ., 4.1t....., "Ito '00... LEG ADVES1
I- J.1.1 ."' vstt.4U.vsd. ...... run lALKl OM .*.. I t 011101 In no4on4tkil r,. added. .Ao .511505. OSIII 1........._ .,_*: E-!!
: Ipr knrdta. vs ".. ....,. Th 4410k.. .. ,. .' you ... *tillldn I ,.. u...... h. .,...I.ln.. tS I'h..m 4
..., f.*. ... or write lIaR gourd ... Your I dry carefully I.i.. oath .t, .nil. w Iketk It. D. (Dick) Hill new manager II I ....... Art, .., 1111. vsd .., ....d.. I NOTICE 0. 80 I LE
: ""....._ Ovap4.5.Iy. ..... 10 .(.. .... Fkon tl W. II 11. I. .1,, 001 ::. ,. ..." III,*)*, for the. Eastern Division of When burning brush In your ,." ., ." ''r....... M', ....-
.M *.d HIM a. FOR C"' _. "_I. washed el j and returnedto I... t I.f.n" "iliton' lOIN I..n." ny n. HTUART STAT bARD OF A II I TRATION
'-71 Mortl. Rod U k .r m. i
( N : It you ( dry. 5154 44.0 4 I lION k.ttl n**rd to the nearby woodsLIOAL lOCAL I I MARI5 I.11111 1. CPA
SALE S2M takes IS foot ing and i Ing.| We will .. company, revealed Interesting I UTM'T' .. .. 1I.It 511111111 I"m1N'\'V> \ ,,;I III 'OIlING
FOR SALE ll.o ,ltlo'' ... .In Ik. U. a., full. historical facts of Stuart In tell. I'I'I A. C""' A.dllt. ... CI..t. ,,OND" 0101' I tJ.NO'PItt .
t U excellent condition pick.up an .tliver.[ and give. n. jato .h. ,i it of your rkole and I ADVERTISEMENT P0. 11. $41. 4JI Hk$14. t. Foil 'thU
500 FEET ON ST. LUCIE two d 4oekvcte or thUedonomica ''hlk' p. ill ?tntMMrln .ork" .fof ing of'the growth of IM! power Ib. ".... lIo..o.t ..10 ,ttl... ,? j I IIll. \
painted 4 food beat for you ...i...,., ,..I _.. ,. .h. ..... 54 Tht COUNT or tHE COUNTY .GAIL ADVESTISEMENT I StIll, II 415.1415 .. 'p ...4.d $ I401. l'' I
gand .Me ,..hIIt.. F1.oid RIVERPPROXIMATELY 4t wash. Rate LIII, Y., I h.." tho .....,.. ., 10'. company In this section when .l\JOGIt. MAltT'' COUNTY 4, Itt. .15k.; 5? tI OTA R OAIIII 1 ,i J
700 FEE7JN DEPTH ON 80 4J. Weighed alt,. II' lOt ._.... _.... ..... 1:. addressed the Stuart Rotary SI AT I OF FLORIDA C' NOTICE 0.' A"'IN""R"' ", 1.I.AHA8 ,',
f 4,. per 4.54.. .. "'p Io' 14II prt.... ......... I 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS I ODE. PI.tItIll4o 1.l.' It '' .1 541o'rtt.0 ..
NEW PROPOSED HARD when dry. lin4onl bitrldl 1ft.. .,. 0 .. .4411. to (tot. 'flub Wednesday IN RE: ESTATK OP KOTICf n kr.l, ;l 1.*n.of Int.ntlo. II, 4, U. SAl; 11 5 lilA, S..' I
till, JItS" .$ ...ho.,.. .......04 COlfNTY .kO4lp.. .'. ,.." ... ..dI..? ... : introduced KLIIA-BITH RODRL TATLflU ) I\to onplr" k' th. NwHlnr 'M .ifiri' 1151, \: ,... t,4 04.1', 4. MARTIN j
'. I' k... Porf. ....1.... SURFACED lOpouad. ."..1 4 p511,10 .lor ....lloG He was by the Stuart ri Plolla l ,'.l.w.'t' Ut' th" ,vs: 1 Isli ("OI.\TY.. FlAAIIIA. 'A' I All AtOll I
Do, 5,4.4.-I .1100 1.5.11'A ROAD. HrGH BANK AND WET WA lI.Sc Ib. II.... so,4,, '. ,....t ollthtu., .!.*. manager John M JAW ;::: :b ;:.:: I I 5,0 44. g... p. ., .N'..I? 01, ._1.1? Silt HWIIII .IINJtINI.' '"NI IFOION, .
vs t. L..l.. 0154. IIIll per .11P11.00 .,lh. n. ... tk* MthifoFnonwkll Jr.. Do.......' lIt. .04..., or wklrk ....,....P...."" I.., 151. ..1_ h.lftd, .. h. .... ...011110p. '
DEEP WATER. NORTH S SUNDRY 110''.. Iop ,_. I.... .il.t...... who related how Hill had come All .olitvsE p .IW 5015114 SI iI... Ia .. loll. .. ..lld.... ..t4 OIlS, .. 10 .........,....... ..0 000......
: P11., ''loa II,., rroW 1_. PEOPLP *. !..a.. to If. '..lu.ir. (IT .11_ 100 SoNS 7501.. ..,..1_ 4 It .. ....... .... ..lt.Ik..lSpst4.5IIr.,0'. I. 4. 0.55.1 PP0,11,40, 1, II'' 4.51'11vsNl
" Dair,. P44., CIt,. vs atN.L FORK ST. nd1257'V l....... I. Got f.U ....11. by jjQnest| Palm Beach 0111.14.4. ft P5,1 lNts.vsd. 0... .14,1.. of', I tor Ik.. >*..nkr 5540 ..d, .re..sd 4, ,.110,1", :; -..- i
. ....... 1\ BETWEEN CEO. KEITH U._ I. ...., .111. I....,. ,.,.,., _with his AKyele to read bp .Ilfl.4' nd .al,50 S "" .., let. b. Lltp.ptf 5ttt.t; '..r1h. ........... Of.' 51.., '4.01151.s4.t .
.O11. 11145 50 P.lm Bnek, F.k II .1.1.... .. .....4. .44,4 5 0P b.lb. ... :..lf, ::r t :',I.l.. .IlUt,'.., a,.1 :: _... .. 'h. "' .. ,.t. ,.'trinahw,
U.I, Push ..... ._Ir__ 4514Ms. PROPERTY AND SUNS if EtPCt; PIAr-1 -RpMrl.OSTA : meters In Stuart In.1920. ...1.... ..N ...... '. .h. rn..hoc. 5.0115151, 540,' ItO .,'d,IUtr of I'... .04. siv111, .11 IN,. ao '
.. WhIP WAN U ?. .. ..." J.f ...' .....,., r....... h. 'M .01.. it .., .04 '
1.',_ lib. II...... ESTATES. 1 Vi MILES FROM -* 'v .kl,4 bt..lo. 'n ol lid fur tu lAp
,, ItIs 54 II.< No.11. II..? p,, ,,, 51 4,1, p.. .,, The company executives talk Ih. ;. .h. Cjo'h .. 8'.,", Fl.,. ,.?., 'ho ,.,m',... of *iti ....lfl'.f... ; :r, She: rh. t -,:,h 'St.. ;: I l' ) !
CENTER OF 'S T UIt..1. 051. II?, 05.0, *. 15.5... tOOpO. W 14.0', I1pL TAN111040 centered around the Id.. ..lIhI. ..._. ..10.4.. ....h ..d for tk* I.1 .nd > pn,dl.( .. of ,l14.. : 'I ,
I ?ll'Kb.-G.I' Nrw Frlc I.I.I MdM wEstFEDERAL 0.s hi., new 58000 ,"' ... 4... 01 I.., ..h'Ioo .. olIblo of ... n-rlllilra. ", "It.. 'I k. Mid'. ... .:;;r14Ol'A-.t. ..: ': '. .; It.. .: t. ':: I I
It >. WllItTItWIlIl4 .'HICIIH. ABOUT /. MILL .. horsepower, steam electric sta ....... ,... It' .......d ...'" thorli...l l'IlI-' tal rvilhr .ltO..I.|l.5 kMI I P .tI '.." A 41.5. I
11.nk. i".... .kaltlm... 1..11.r HIGHWAY NO 5101.515 51. 0. p.4.55.45g. I51SLAIIIP, OAII '8 .a. .tftd Os bo .. _"f.W. ..... 'h. ,.... ,,.. "d It I tilt U ...11.. .., l r.i, g.:itblr'Ik j : : :; i
> ..
54 SI. I '.1 III, O. 0.11 t on at Riviera which was dedicated .. .. .. .. ..., :, : ... 11"r \ .
5 pOp. loll. t's.t51p, po Vi of flo aildrvM vf d...ill el_ < .. | .,..I I 4 "T '.11.. u> flr.t d.) I \ > .l5.l'1 "
- 1111,1441, tAPAPP0IS I 1. PRICED RIGHT FOR 0s.515..J..a. I: Wt.4.-1I '5501..., 11$ I. 000 ? I last week with official 'd::: .. :, I .f Mrk '.r,. t'hl"I I "dim br *nbrml
COR. 0. N ot I.t.t ..pll.t ,stl4. .hl.711. ...,4 Of hI., atta.e. ;:::" ..: :, : ,:r;: Of :=: 1 ,lo II: both III I umWrjrd-Al **tnnFekninry > I ,. i .
e 5.14 ..1blitikI. QUICK SALE ALSO ROUGH Y RV1CELAUNDItY P.,. t..I, WIt. 4. MrN... Lao.PIl7 and guest from Martin and tit 44 .lIIso11 fO'" %.......1.. to .... 10... kol.,. of ,I. I. '44 .lt... and NaItPIIVII'lt. 1. lid' I ItI, If Brit,ri'.1: ..n'tIMtmt I 'I
: I NER LOT' ON ST. LUCIE 05154. A. 7... Iii. other ,.11,.' 1". 1*. ,% ... ..d tIi'. ad ...51yol. .., poriblv .l TIIK 1 RIIIA 11.A I
S tYICE 5.0. SeriAl surrounding counties In 7 I. C. A\THt!)NY. JR .f II... .rlt, .'.' '.r.. tIlt lh. itlO' NATIONAL BANK. 1,0(10'. .I AlLIS. 'd .
" .L 'w... ... ;; RIVER IN SUNSET ESTATES llllllllmillllrMllllllllAlllllllllllllllllFEMALEtlECpVANTEI attendance "This horsepower! Is CHARLKNANTHONY ..''h......, !I'.f I.' 'It, ofttt' MOKH. Th-i''.>m.nl, ..f n I ....d. "
lOll., N.. ItO .151.1.1 I..t.fli Roo I 180' rOQT FRONT 1. A> Co- .....,... of IMP Alt: of (II... ..Id ,.... ..d U. ,Inuni. th",.,,li wiir br)....p,4 I '\ I
? 5411 II Mt... LO.. i laundr&areiilly washd ) equal to 42,000 Reddy Kilowatts .bttk R..M Tirtor. ._,* .... h... ('ITY 1- TOARTPt ,....... ol Ihr full ,.lth. "' .... I'r'\1''1'by
iI TO Your \ ...1.. ,, ..... ..
300 FEET DEEPI BACK hour"he said "and its a.5Ii..b.tbLT.yto. .,. I Phil -, 4. Msid I'OW"' of 'Id "f- ..
I every .. ,... .'
GUI UnrlM, to*krttl. M tk. SUNSET DRIVE AND WEST WANTEAsi output is eight times that of the ..., 511 11111 I Ct.5111llS L. B. IInh., IM >kn {\
pillow'slips s C.. ned and HELP ] >no 11I- _. 1514... P_ I1?, OF RIVER ROAD HIGH Mw dlrntlcdfl old West Palm Beach 0.4 17, Mirek 5. II, 0, 1147. Iti
plant" ,
n11 ned foe I d* ili.pl. n-ltk r._. 21 lOlA H f p.,ml um A, ruli>.| undrrpoctlon
LI, h.a. P.n.fitbN. ._.... ,.., BANK. R A PAR rAN wearhlg tfhorh *ml<. Writ. l/> >\Sliirt. II Other statistics!! Indicate the LEGAL ADVUtTISCMENTNOTICI .II nf AlId. IX of Ih 4ion.ll., j '
.1,41,1., ironINg; W ct.n tivo LEGALADVE It4ENTNOTICt lulk Ihr K'JXf II r lurid.,',>r tkrtrrmn A
:: 8,1. 'A REAL. 1 whlrk th,. T' '
size of this Industrial giant in NOtlCI LftIt.i.lol'p: tOO 1
If SEE LOUIS SOTER P. O. yo j tvra days rel *nsl wIll ''' OP INTENt I TO OEGIITERS 5501. P4.40. I. ,'qoi,0 to Itt.. 4' 1j
ninth ..UDfETl-A" totto.. : am de ti iur NOEL IS NAMED south Florida. The construction .U -.;;; ;U.. of Intmlkm FICIITIO MEIO'IlCO 'ho P55 at ..,d t.. ro' I pit0.'ii ttflp, 1. i
PtOP.I ttp
-. 1,11.'. a _I 54.. .. alIt vs BOX 634 Olt ;AT pick of the plant' required more than t. iMilv" M Hi* rwrolar 5.1141,0 I .f .Np ,555l SOW. J.tlIt-f I I. 145. a,. p. I .
.h,4.. W I.1..0.g. I. NOON. laundry. UM is I mc .ical Kkrirt." Laolal..... l. Ik. r 00' Itn ) 50 flP.1l> r ptj ,I ? the _._Iwo! 11s WlIIIW'tIe" .h. I I, I
.:4.u-: 51.11.1.ts.1.t ERTY. 9 A. M. fiLL 400 carloads of modem equipment IM IM. Mouuri of .hK.l _, adp.lalpd. 0,0., lb11 ttoN.y .0 ........ P111. lIt ao...l14.. .0 .. ..... I .
5.51.SI Feb. t. 13, 20. 27. service foe y r tily. lull Ik. *. .ubXne. .( wMc* fmtttttvtt ... fore,., 10 II), S .4 '.,ld 4.,. ..iII l.I! provl.Ion durinTk. 514111' ..,... I 11 t.
OH RECREATIONCity and materials and ever Ia. U f. '. .w>l I. IraniIU .5.. 511 IllS, .111 s.I. .114 CI.-4 .1 kond. nMIbldd. I : .avsdol lb. '
ILl: 0. ,_;....,.,...J HoUt.HiJ I NAVI .rf LM.IIMI' i In* RATElOeP IN 350 workmen. The turbo-genera I of Cli'lT U.IM .'"* th 1lroI, l'.tot. f'w' 1l.ptl. ., KkoM: 6ld .:' 4. '..t 1.1 4I.lso.t 't
101100 .. : 'd so/iixi Cot P0.10., so .0II "" ..otI",, I '
Mlk CAN Aciw* Am i iIk ,
''h'IPWl,.. ........ row u. a,Stool HlkAU *. iur 1'.NNt. glim* 515.11 II51I.4. 10 ID tor, most powerful In the com ... ,,_,,_ ., ......... .. .nJ tI.tl-ti4.. .4 4h toll, lb. m.11,51.. olfrrrd. T.ny 'lnl.t' .f on Ih.'rr""E'- .. '114
lion* mm. ln-wrtJ 1THk If ..... ..
L my. will 1101 t 4 rdlltI. 0
1 BOAT FOR SALE IN NEED Weighed h. Dry Takes Chamber pany system weighs 270 tons -i IITTLK Jr* KLRt 8fl PPB i ililr. In drtr,t>.0.,i i"i' ... 'h. 1 .ttol j'

.. _t. Modm ko_. .. OF REPAIRS' Request rests on a huge K jOO cuM8 footconcrete psyst 0.1,15, G ,,00.4 .1 tOO ** .kk-k in or. ) nKf I, \:.In,.. :; 5.1 I. bIt'IIt, '0. lIlt IIAS11totl ,
, .,..*.. ... *. .. .*. u>* flOPLtt5: At ORYPhon For $600 Under Advise. I'll, .1 5*,. CSItt?. Ulii.rt. rlorldou lb. P0.11,. 1, ,.aI50 Is' lit.sI' 0,11, I ll.51lelh'H .'. lb.ato'Ilp I .
.. "tit" Uoi. "TT. ....... All? .li.. 25' s 8', D ck CabinGray pedestal,' constructed P1,4... s.d 5l I KtOhil.4 ..d d klMUim, 5,. 01 51111515Y1I'OIGNI d.', 'ro", S lIp.l dl 01St. I I

.fc OVMT ... 111 ".ut. II Marine Engine 28 ment separately front the! bulletin* to 5551,0150.VItlttSDOl.t.tl, ( 0 8"-. Cob.,,."bIJ''II": .4, _.......IM Itt a '. "' I ,

AU x..... II. ........... First takes it reduce vIbration. Two Immense St Plt.ld* I CERTI"'IID' : 'HEI' Iay.hl., eot ...... .
$150.90 Leonard Noel has been named P.4 0. II, to, 514LE4I. lto. B..,. '., A .I ,....'111. i.. I'It'
:. .t : 7 ,Also one Dodie engine with MURPHY & ON LDSON by the city to take charge of all Holler. are'ctpable' of convert NOTICaNOTICI .. 0l51t.1 I t. ,wo r...'. .' tOv.. .' J l lt.io I
log half million of < I t MAId. bid II', I .4R4 4.. I ,
a pound water i
all marine converMOiuOn FLOOR ND ICANbFl recreation projects, has started Nf51P4T11N of ;.: 1.114.. IS IS i.. a.ao.St:i '' r.t I
(000gI: ll W kM MJI.4. new: lirM Be.y iH C'P2tON every houn, Into 90S degrees OF TO S GISTEU blddo' .0.11. .. f.U I'''' II, '" .....1' alIt I II -
It .;.lt,4 <'.: Mnkrkt. ikolr. I work On .t program to Include FIcyrtlous NAME I 'b. ..,.. .f 41. 1 .... .h... .11I M I he '
...., 114 I ....'" ll.uk. **. pick Duty Exlde BatteryMake 32 51Po.l boxing archery horseshoe pitching steam at the terrific. preuure of (.1501.11., If St. CU. .1 .1 51t. .,NOTICS d.A.vs4 15, ,INDIA... 1111551, hO lb. 104.1101 I' .1,. SI' t5Pp. I llqUd.tod' I
It '.. aNtI. ... .._.. offer. I 925 pounds a quare Inch. The lb. p.8 : 4.s..... Cp51lSlsA I.*a ftql,. LIt... I lei 4,
X6 .,
*u< sii.n N., offto'VfR me $15 and baseball and diamond. ,. Lb.. 04Pj LOs f P11,, AM. the .... 01 ".. ,
Ask for Kwrlf"\ Stuart "I turbine and generator1 haft assembly : Cltr lot ia.tk< .1 lIlt. .Itt W.l.t,, .110 54, 51,11, .1 .1,14'Uvs.hl 5: :. ..Ii.... .. ,.... I! I flb 1' ., '

: "":"-' :* nlkxi i: Cam ttId"$. ball He announced that a year weighs more than 20 tons hii yublMtr t* Ihri .4. (bOIlS JtL' N .50 I, loll.It Ill... :":"... :; "I'.l': : :h: 0,11. I j f.bI4
P* l.. 50.40 IR ; City Trailer ,. Srt Mt 'round recreation program is hillltm nd (KHliicti of Ik* ... .. ., j
...: .r: and the outer rim of the turbine 8u rt Ik* Molloi tut. .. ., 'WIllOT'UAR 1..tItL Ilit. .........pItC .u.h .h"h If"" l' I'c: ,
tlro :& being formulated for both adults .
'a.D '
. FOR SALE LAWN MOWING RVICE and blade* travels at' (ntf! dizzy speedo C51'TY OP O'ttlAaT ? ISAP OERVITF ...d.p,4l01 :: 01.1. 11.0 ",'r 4.110. 11.5 :.:.: :. \ 'e J);.
II, 11.- .. youngstersThe I so .p.4 I, host... Otitt, ...... .... ...,.. ... If
U. C ? M0 mile in h ul' 11, PhI? P... A. V. .. '.1 h'' .lil. to h. _I.. Ie '.
POWER LAWN I )WER P1.4.ilhlb..spl ? .
city granted permission to uMitTT I .lpstst. In .lI? .... ...1._.' ...M .. th. .._ ."
!Uo.tu...; : ': 0.tA .I.I4..i Chp. BUNGALOWON HAVE YOUR LA' N CUT The Rlvfera section's. pomps! | 1,51,5.l I. 5. 1.114,1I ... '1110' ,... Th. ........... or. ....., I' ,
41. 0tttpd S. the high school band to hold Re t City Auditor i s.d CIt-vt.- J. 451 PoMrRoY, fr, ,- ... .... '."- ._.... of ..-.... i I \
2 OR MORE LOTSfUI1' REGVLARLY W M rtmioM e IIo.,0. PItA.. .... .. .. .... .. ,if 'I
,DOr.:1': OIls.' thref concerts at the civic! center can supply 1Wp gab P.4, II. loll. rvt. 4. lI.l. II.LEAL '.1 b .1. ...1... '0 1M "- J

(10.... N.wIt ...I.I'.- 'W..h.' TREES REASONABLE al dates tt !M announced in Ions of water1 daily from LabS l.IOAA *Svtat.sMcN'r t: all, '':11'' : l = : '; ''L: j I.. ,

..... .11.11.11AU IT $0000 CHARLES IL JA LOt4 Worth ,,, ADVESTIIEMKNTNOTICI '' "
o? 10 time the amountof E I
the near future :: : I. : :: : :
SEE I NOTICI JP INT lION 10 D ,. : I" ,,
514,05. f.N., 64 West Thir, t.Writ. -water used dally by the ISGIITE5 t '
0.00 (I." eKv
A committee .

iI.\,:;.t.,s,15s.d.p Nh.?. 1044 0..;, r:= CHARLES CONRAD P. 0. Jo 4850I o| the Chamber composed of of Commerce directors I of West Palm Beach The purified o Wane d pl. l*b tk h..1bfst0.* rwutar BwolFkVrM 45I. .. I 0, 4..l.i.d.1C&IFICT 1$ ,StIlT QUO. NAMEsqOl lOAtH IhO RI. r= :Et" 1 tf=?: :E"f: it''

... If"..&..-.... P4.. .SALERNO, SHORES _._! asked the city for $800 In .ate Is sealed In the boiietIUlne /. Ui.ht.r I.r tk* 5041 C4..S.. 14.11 .5 L.>lb.of ppsI.ltM P4.10. A..4* :;.. ":" 0 A. If APRIL I'.
f' : '" fo< Ik* PM* *l t' kmri p.t.i ... I l 1
circulating ststetrt and after SI 111, will .ltr VAt tt. VItA oftk : : ; ::::: : !
r 1MT the request being taken under Ill tk* of wk .011. 4la.. ; ,
Cknult tf.rl.
SALE 555155 0 UR 5Sf iTSAtOST- it leaves the turbine it I 18 reclaimed .d M. (I. .. LOIla..l 51 pIt I Co.mr. Flori m la laO/Or 515 M.rtln .r..r1.O1' .f. ,..10.. lot,,,". a11' .'
''BUILDING ails S '1447 WSI4I7 4... OI.tOl0t.5. advisement. 144 aood I. lb. MG. S as.. upon I'J I boOt ,ill 't.d vsd .Id tOO .
LOTS Id. 55. 11.11 l5.ti.. P.sIIdOl for boiler reuse by passIng I. IS. CII, 05.1.. Yb' ahaob, .0 poklleollop. .. Mm II p x tk* (11.11.| *t.tt 5.1'4 .., ,tdttoiW.stl051 : lbS .
T360 ,lio 2 LOTS ..5..psIovi..baOstIpItS" ilIlNMJRMIII1 t1. .. Na.l 4 .544 Ott. 4,450 ft. II. 5. 'I. its tIlt. 01 P11,15, I .4.4.. _...,.,. Na.- :
35 ?..4 0.t01p P.. s .01 Of every 'four acres of natural through a 1f ddtrteflMf.During .0114... 0 .dl4aa... oOl dvsbt PA5.VLU. .sdo >hi. M mtun. .1 II 1.vs.' .,1 1111
AJQ3NNQ. ,_. V.. *01 14... I.W ,da IEs.14141 wmissuuiit1IUI1IIIIIIIIIHS woodJaW Iff IRe peak .1,50.. .511.1.4 I. 0 5 Florid iTO =._ .5 14 1". .f"'=, s.llAPd I !
operation/ daily
IoOATIN., hiSS .4HltSI SIts.. 0. United States. ItAly 14.5 1.151111* 4.1 t .04 k..s, br ..d ..I. '" '..t.... 0..4N. I. IC I
CW three atrer hive been cut over fuel consumption retches Sr tIp AsMt.vs, on I. 1.IIa..b OPtIoN. It... _.h..... of ,... {
RI 1I1 fllluIiilUullllIIO$ : I P 1Ut, L IAl'fLsviL.s. .4JoNas 54.,. of PI.. '. ,toaI Ii 'M !
IC A! Do.vOu it ? itO .Vn.b5vs. I. 100,000 gallons. Two main storage I IA. .pslls.blp .5.., 1 00 514.1 .. t ,
WILT.. 'DR. 0' b..tl'? .Ot.ipt,10 Nt.. 4,1111,404.eIt. Brazil has over 13 cent of taflk hold 4.,W 000 galhM Cliv 504 4 Clt.I. It.. 504. to. aId I 0 hAl. dOs. ..::.: Ip /
ft WAft Y DEED. ..SdstoIoeft..IOOs.lf410e per F.k. II. 1541. 7.1.,*5. II. 55. sO .110'. ...,.. ., 5, ... ..ll0.I50 hr'lu4l.hoI
IITg SItS., 50 I S. 1. iNS'NhaOdt..IIl Cheworld'. forest resources, as of oil a'beut OM and aOl hWfmonjUrti R54.vs, I. .544 .11t. '
p5 o OX 954 1441.pItal* LW1AL tMIl .T .' LEGAl. 11It9litI I ". It. '11111 51,4 ,p..I..
STUARTO 5, 1'0.1-4- .. 4.1. 101.1141 II.. hthI1I R tcvg compared with nine) per cent bf supply which cornS JrEN'T1N IN. lop t' A 1,. a.. 4.5.1110' -
LA 'tt.U. 4. 1. Nt svst.l rIld. .114.0 vs. FAVORITE ECORD. \the United States. from Texas. Venezuela and Caribbean ., N TO NOTICE OP IECISTERVB 4t.ttIpINW. .. .4 '
.., lot t1. WI .1? 10. 4 10 1" 00.114.I. a ANt n. .,pso. pI. I .0 Cli.. h. ..
Co p. S. 1.4 tO So' .504? hayS _ T-- points. In. ocean goingBarge )44I'rtcj Is Kay 10KV It. it..le tt*< tk.pmtoloit P.._.. All'vs.- 4. ...,ll4.. Fl...
..M 'AA ,A.II0.Fvs..APvs4. ciw8 t 'DO lb. .s..DO.? .0 .4.vsI.. $,d.l t5 *| .14.. to 514 tIlt l1 .h Made ..s ..i ,
N0T'iCp LAN avon. Evergreen trees lose.a crop of C5l. 4 tAo. of '4.04. A.. Cb..Ivs 4115, La.. 1P rinld Alt ..... .... .Itt.l tOdlt .bI14.i14.. of .
; ,1-c.., S0 00. SOIIWAY5 OP.hAlD leavef each year but Dot all at The speaker explained that trw .0 SIlt. ilI.w, With I 1.10.11 .0 .1 lOot. DII .--lUr Mtk Ik* Wrk *lCourt. .... old 15.1. OtsI of ,IIA.totA.o I, ,. I
lTh W w 14k C0..I Cao4. I. .d vs loll. 514. C14SI Ill 5.4 f.* Mirtl. 101f.\ ..4 ''I .h4e ..... ItONC '
oittf 'lite the deciduous", trees. the grpwth of south Florida Ct14414. ,Id0. .5.1 Na. 50 p... CSI'1S'It44A t .10.l 4 .4 p.s ? .... If ......, I I. I 1.011 'th. "... o '
w4A 1 ,, 'i.- which leaders now predict will .4 54b0. 0 54 III. ..OIee 40. 545114.,1ol. .1 SIO.l4.a of tIlls MtloV, tk* 11.U- .pl1A of I" _I.. .tl5144,. wtllM
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IlOHilhIdIllWA IC We need fire protection to wntlnil at art t e" grtfafef pat 004.51! J041a Day vLaAseass, s.d .04.5a. 4.04,1 .54.14 '
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aM s.IIA .. C.t.0. ID&A. ;. )14L prevent injuries to and destruction .tt the future net only warranted 14451 Oh ,tl IIItslS4 N 4.4 r..I.i| tk..l P. |M tawmM k> MM 4. 1? DO.P, 1 SIr.

I of our remaining stands of but necessitated the new aol I 5wvt baN..* "* ** ""Tf* W 'tO ,Ad,: .hositiin. 4.hs.0.: .110!
14 WAN1IO A POUIITAYW. sPrNcIk Irn IMPS 111 Vs.'. c'ctfb1to1* e, CTfJtl. JOBMARN1TA
'oR? 01120 APPI.! IN.S htI.? 1.014 Doa.s, 1 5 Os..a.A merchantable second-growth tank and ihai aMM*. la aMMy > Iv,. s. c..swes JOHNS. :': IIOAlI> rill' ASUIRI, A'PIoIr''
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SlCTP.ENw-- TDI STUART $EW3, STUART, Martin Comply! FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEa. tt, 1887Flodda's -- ., rover

: -, -'-- j the waterway between 10 Foreign ,Wars Is sponsorb

., mely warm weather! In the south $53,139 IN BONDS ENGINEER DEPT. p, m, and 8 a. Mot !vent, it
Black Bass Season to ern part of the State where the BAND GREETSVISITORS BOUGHT IN COUNTY A similar! message cam from
I spawning: season was found to DURING JANUARYSales I Senator Holland, who said: "I
be practically over for black bass I HOLDS TO GUNS regret I cannot furnish a mot*,
;\ Close for Thirty Days March 1 by the first of April. Conclusively WITH of IT 8. Savings Bonds favorable report" Mil offeredto

I the Commission deemed it In Florida reached a postwar act on any constructs sug
practical to eliminate the monthof peak of $10900734 In Januaryaccording i ORb
Rod and reel I and,' pole, and, will become idle durlUC'the April at a closed month to TOWN PARADE to a report Just received ON HOURS gestions.Three men will be laid off at qof
une of the black bass fisherman]j month of March because that Is by A. C Courson Chairman
resultof tiuoy
.- all districts except the Third.In i the Bt Lucie Lock as a }
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1 when tilt season closes on of Savings Bonds activities for ceded
I II I gamesters It was announced today regard to the Third District, School Organisation- ; Join Martin County, from Ralph' F. Economy Measure To Be Enforced the economy move, YOU liver.put !!
of West of the Aucllla
Director part : State
WIN. Kennedy In Hospitality to Visiting Bagwell State Director of the On Cross POPPY DAT POSTPONED
Expert of the Game and Fresh Water River, no person shall take or! AthletesThe Savings Bonds Division of the Waterway Poppy Day, scheduled for Feb. ea hick overlay
Watch Fish Commission be In possession of any blackbass Treasury Department' for Florida -' -- 21 was not held on that day, but Is t twoieu4'uArtlatuna
the month of March i
The Director explained that In during Stuart-school band was' "This figure exceeds the Rep Marvin H. Rowell has received will be observed March I. Mrs.
Bring Your worl re My Home sal districts of the State of FlorIda and April of this year I clad In'Its new royal blue and sales in any,single month since word from both Congressman Blanche Lowrey',chairman of the tr tot ef=
2nd House Across except the Third' District, Other specie of fresh water:' white' uniforms as it paraded March. IMS when we were at Dwight L. Rogers and Sen- committee, announced that the Ire N
Fed. Highway No. 1 no person shall take or be inpu8St'SSIOll fish may be taken at any time'I downtown Friday to officiallyopen war with both Germany and ator Spessard L. Holland that change was made because of cold just ested.1 my"Us?
of any black bass dur- during the year over the entire the Indian River Conference Japan, except for those periods U 8. Engineers are adamant In weather and illness of some of
68 W. 3i-d, Si, Right Side of ing the month of March of this State with the exception of the I basketball tournament during the 7th War Loan and their decision to reduce operating the participating member The Take CALOTANowEasier

Street >eat, counties of Bay,Calhoun, Frank! held here Friday and Saturday.: Victory. Loan drivel"Mr Bagwell hours on the Stuart-Fort Myers Auxiliary. of the Veteran of
lire, Gulf. Jackson Liberty
la Indicative of the waterway. --
band handat said, "and
The was on
"pe -
Charles H. ,Jackson The new closed season was Washington, and Wakulla. These I at Jacksonville ,
have The District Engineer '
I the C'llto play at the two- high regard that,Americans -' "=
brought about due to the extre counties are restricted during day sessions com to have for Savings Bonds has Informed both Congressmen -
the months of April and May of '
echaol'l' as an Investment and as an Ideal :
--- year. 1 various All the resources orcaQlzlltlona'were of the way to save and to safeguard Regarding your. wire, the than ever I
,.--" Idle or reserve funds for future three locks pertaining to the

$ BAND TO PLAY thrown make Into the a tournament cooperative a effortto success -, needs* Okeechobee-Cross to be placed Florida on H waterway hours e'
-S1' 1.r I Member of the Key Club Martin County tales were $53,- effective
decorated the gym In the participating i'139, a monthly sales figure which dally operating basis PERMANENT
school colors and took! was exceeded in only one month, March 1, as directed by higher HOME
MDa AT the responsibility of registering' in 1946, Mr. Courson stated authority ure permitting as an reduction economy In meas-operating -, I(f

the visitors and arranging housing For the state as a whole theJanuary force A traffic -' withPb5TIG
S AC h' sale amounted to $4.84 personnel extended '
Stuart High School Band survey' covering an
BOSTON Official hostesses for the event capita for each resident of
per ,
has accepted an Invitation to period In the past indicated that
Of who assisted the Key Club with Florida. compared to $3.32 for
participate In the celebration there was [Virtually no movement CURLER
Its two projects were JuanIta the same month last year \
r 7I marking the opening of the new
A Baker, Dee Law. Julia Jamison .
1 Florida East Coast cut-off between -
Boots Arnold, Mary. Lou Gamer, STUART W DRILLING
Fort Pierce and the Lake Keep Florida Green,Prevent
Ernie Rlcou, Winkle' Saunders, Quick Servic We try to
section to be held In Fort Pierce Forest Fires.
Janle Elklns Anne Pittman, Sara please yo squire at 349W.
en Saturday March S The Roth, Orayce Pomeroy, Barbara 6th St. O. Box 1048. Round. Ribbed.. t
Fort Pierce Chamber of Com- Florida was third In 1945 In
Stewart, Joyce Hiers, Owynne Stuart, orida
merce has arranged an elaborate the percentagrof protected acreage Ie-usable
Sincere, and Roberta Nuner SYDNEY JONES
program for the entertain- I burned In'the South
They were under the directionof
ment of visitors from the neighboring -
communities Miss Mary. Ellen Manion of,

There'will be a parade, bands. the faculty. New Deluxe Kit

barbecue, deep sea fishing, golf The student sponsored cooperative a dance government i I For Sale with plastic curlers 2
dancing and other entertainment -
Chief Justlc Elwyn Saturday night at the Civic cen-: ,
ter honoring the visiting players -
Thomas will deliver the principal -
with Mrs Carl Roth, as ONE946FLEETMASTER
address: City county and .
I State officials from all South faculty adviser John GraywasIn FOUR-DOOR '//I. .
of finan- ".
Florida will be given recognitionthis charge ,
AWN ces and ticket arrangements, assisted CHE RO /ET SEDANDE Red ve your hair '11 <
by several faculty mem-
I fort Pierce, Florida bers. Courtesy week, observed LUXE EQUIPPED ALMOST ,NEW In half the "time! Toni! 4
4I Phope,782FREDERICIL. last week in the school and culminating Professional Plastic Curler

PORTER In the week end event,' One Ventnor\Boat Equippe With have 50'% more curling
I Foot Specialist: was designed to make local students -
surfaces; they're Age/o./ 1(01
conscious of their

Room responsibility
l Sunristf; Theatre'Bldr.204 for the Impression car' 6-Horiepower f ercury Motor New. (treaded) all over, to keep hair JW R cork""ts
#t ried home by students and teachers from slipping
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from other towns.Approximately i ne 125
fort/ homes' San money every Dm you re-use

ROTARY,,,CLUB were opened for the entertain 22 Yz Horsepower Evinrude Motor. New.If your Ton! PluUc Curlers, For I cruses Reif!Win Its
i sTART M* SMS ment of the visiting athletes tor : refill kit cost only!' '00-conUiu
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which hospitality local! school officials :
.8; C SHOLM''S OK ILL I interested in any Vf these items everything but curlers.mm. ,
FM.D, .STAFFORD_'4..' have expressed public appreciation. ) .trr.oM.r

l'rI" JAMES FECIIAH I*. ed cooperation. Only of by'the whole parentsand heat- I: WRITE BOX 458, ROUTE\ FORT PIERCE. ; f DUDl! BflP! ) ,

I"I"f f f tee,:.' \Ii fie e f fl.n gr community could we have: AND WE WILL CALL YOU The Rexall Store Phoned,
staged such a successful event"Principal
; Erwin Johnwlck said --- -,-- -- "
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I::J lic-l\lac:' today. .

I \ I The Office SWEET of Temporary NEWS Controls -

,,111\' r Hub of' your basic sport wardrobe .s., R. has announced It will make' ANNOUNCING
10 pounds of the 1947 sugar ration -
t /cherished for soft pliable, free V easy feeling.Antique available for householders

r brown leather on April 1 using a single stamp
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At the same time, the price

l All !Sizes 3', to S administration branch of OTC #
AN* TITLE said sugar stamp Number 83.'
\\1DTHS AA, A, B, I. INVEST Esdhojws* TIONI currently valid for five pounds The Opening of

TITLENSUSANCI of sugar, will expire at midnight
March 31,one month earlier than'

STUART_ FLORIDA originally announced I
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Sparbrite; ia ready to give

PHONOGRAPHS your floors and rugs the

attention they need. Spar- ICE COLD '
F ZENITH RCA VICTOR WESTINCJffouSE brit, price will meet any \ BOTTLED BEERS
corn etidon. \ / $><#

eY Floor\ expertly, sanded ,CHOICE WINES ';. Vr;; \'.
I t and f\n Ie h d. /YOU ,

r IRONS LECTRIC SHAVERS FINISH iVlastic, Vakehto, \' >

\ / laquer, s ellac, Ivarnish, .' .<: <.

COFFEE MAKERS TABLE BROILERS line I or y combinations Open'W k. Days 9:0(1: ( A. Me 'Till .; :

thereof All 1 Assets* arc / ,, 12:00M.Closed : ; .
FLOOR LAMPS Y FRUIT JUICERS luffed. Also, Coors cleaned -' .. :, '...' ,

and waxed r bakelite ":
Sundays ,. >\
TABLE LAMPS BOTTLE WARMERS topped,and via ed.Asphalt : -

tile and linoleum '
r ; G E ELECTRIC BLANKETS \ WARMING PADS ,l laying available. \

I'' ...;. Rugs and 'carpetin cut PLACE//
I; \ 'and laid.; \\ '" THE WHERE FRIENDS 'MjEET

Rugs'cleaned.. Picku _, 'j

r f;! EXPERT Fl/DIG and' APPLlAN,REPAIRS ,and delivery carpet' service..cleaned Tacked Oil FOR A REFRESI\ING\I DRINK 1 .

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I 1"1 I"I I Sanding and: polishing; e "

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