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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: March 6, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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[ __ THE STUART NEWS STVABT Martin County. FLORIDA.THURfDAY, MARCH 6, 1947 PRICE! TEN CENTS
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iig' Sailfish Run! Exhausts Supply of ButtonsAILFISH1NO j 1 TEEN-AGE_ CLUB Stuart Band Concert is Set JENSEN GROUP ;t j') l lPROTESTSPLAN



GIVES CONCERTAT For Civic'Center on SundayStuart ;

IS 1- SINGED WITH STRING OF BLACK BASS I BLUES :ARE BITING d
AT ST. LUCIE INLET '

The bluefish are lot That CIVIC CENTERThe hIgh| School band will five a series of public conceit TO ZONE AREA !'

LEASING MANYUcston.Ar. at the Stuart Civic Center, beginning next Sunday, .
welcome flashed from
-1 $ new March 9. The next in the series Is scheduled for early
fisherman to fisherman last April.
Teen-Age Concert club RestrictionsWould Stifle
night as bottomfbhermen at Music! lovers of the fciea are invited ''to attend., The
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Placed For Growth Say Opponent ,
; presented 'Its' second concert '
: the inlet returned to town ,
PP HereIn concert begin IItIn: the'ai'terriuon. There will be ample

69 Buttons WeekSo with the first pod .rod and Wednesday evening at the Civic seating capa itf. Among numbers on the program will A persistent group of Jensen .

r ? v"u, reel bluefish ,catches ef 1047.E. Center to an appreciative audi be an original ompOHilion) "Manuncript March," by Director Beach businessmen appeared be. .

many sailfish are being : T.
tuiht by the Margin county "Doe" LummM came back was an ambitious undertaking Here in the pi'OBI:'am: 'a semi-monthly session, ,
for these musicians
with of bluefish, young Jesus ,rricclciw! Treasury ... Bach
illflsh fleet these days 'that over a score who are working hard and who to protest building regulation 4
and Robert Martin bad 17 El Sousa
tu&rt Sailfish Club baa fun outbuttons beautiful blues D. In the fish box promise to add much to the cultural -. Horizon Cnpitan '. Buy as set up In s> proposed toning I Icrdinance
to Issue life of Stuart. --
t and bad when he called it quits. for the business and 1 ,, '
Barbara Londonderry Air Irish Folk Tune -
ine Stewart announcedthe '
to m applicant I
rain week checks"ending March 4, Mon The catches are being made following number: 'Sum Praeludium (Sax Quartette) ._ Jarnefelt residential section of this grow-
cut bunker and cut mullet..
uttoni are expected dally. on mertime Dorothy Clonls soprano Manuscript March .Water log community I,

Of these 2} were eligible for CHAMBER TO HOLD "Lost Chord* trombone Introduction to Third Act Lohengrin .__ Wagner Proponent appeared
eleue Button, 4 for Gold 19 solo, Mary Coleman; "Ah, Sweet Erotik __ ..__.Grieg left before the matter came Up I

or silver Button, _and 21 for GENERAL SESSION Mystery of Life." Sarah" Roberts Mood Mauve ._ Howland for discussion. Warner Tllton, I'
soprano; 'Angelus, saxophone I
ironM Her.Is \tire JIlt of sailfish enIM Flans for 1947 and action so '! quartet, Janice Arbogast Emily Star Spangled BannerLOCArMEN _ _ sr and son, Warner, Jr., and ''
the seven-day period. far this year will be discussed Morrison, Joan Combs Dorothy Maurice Langberg were the I j ,

Feb.in 25 Mr ). M. Pierce at a general meeting of Martin Clonts, "If I Loved You," Anne COUNTY PROTESTS chief speaker although, ten 'I II,'',
County Chamber or Commercenext Plttman Soprano, "Thank Ood FORM AIR FIRM LEASEOF I
Ky. Release Button others concurred In their argument -
,
.alngUrn.craft "Blue Water Ernest Davla. Internationally I known singer, with the limit Tuesday night March 11, at For A Garden," Betty Lou Math- WITHAM FIELD the
hatter of black bass caught last week In Lake Okeechobee An enthusiastic the Stuart Civic Center Ronald coon, soprano; "Andante Move- and maintained that

.plain Claude A.Hlbbard J. ;eorankford, fresh water fisherman the New York and Chicago Cross and Kenneth Stlmmell are ment from Sonato" by Edward AEROVETS INC. : County commissioner exprtsed proposed restrictions will stifle

nd. Release Button Craft grand opera star\ ,who spends his winter In Stuart, 1 II a member program co-chairmen.: The membership Orelg June Matousek piano, dissatisfaction yesterdayover the growth of the resort town

Mermaid"- Captain Bill Frailer of New York! Rotary club and a constant attendant at Stuart' and public are Invited "The Lord's Prayer" Esther Klncald the manner in which Palm which began with a flurry 18
Ed Radinsky, manager of the soprano; "Immortal Rhapsody --- Bench: Aero Corp. has been operating -, j jt
8 Grant Putnam Washingn Rotary. The beautiful catch above was made In ont hour months ago. Tilton maintained
ot former vets
A large
Fort Pierce I Chamber, of Commerce group '
Kenneth Martin County Airport
I Llewlyn piano
n, .C.-.-Release Button Char- when he I located the big fellows In a striking I mood ; t that the growth from a normal 1 j
."Mermaid Captain __ and two directors from 'Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." and local business men who are under lease to the concern, and
r craft f --' tit. Lucle County will speak.E. Jonnie :Langberg soprano; Interested In flying realizing passed a resolution by which the population of:.800 to the present :
ill rnuler
JAYCEES OFFICERS "L'Amour firm will be Informed in detail tourist and local of
Toujour guest artist population
Binggold C. Release Hart., Button Washington craftermald" CITY IS ASKING TO BE FETED AT 1 COAST LEAGUE 1 Dorothy Tuck soprano: 'i that In a few be year nucleus Martin of county of a number of alleged violations 4.500 was brought about by the
DINNER MARCH M MANAGERS MEETINGJohn 'You'll Never Walk Alone" will the a c( contract I'
Bill Frailer of four estates
Captain I breaking up

Art a Bacas.Button Washington, craft "11cr.aid" D- CPA TO GRANT Scldon Waldo of Gainesville, I N, Mann, nuinager of Anne rado,"Plttman.saxophone soprano solo, : 'Colo-1 i"e\h'r vast flying and former era, have Aerovets gotten Inc to-. I'1, at Among the board matters meeting brought was alleged out I I which had kept the property tied

-Release Bill Frazier. president of the U. B Jaycees Stuart Sallflshers. reappointed Clonts; "I Love Life," I The new concern will give failure to properly. maintain j' up for the last 25 years and by .
Captain
Pasaloff Washington, and Bob Bishop and Royce 1'0-1 manager at a special meeting Matheson, soprano; "My HeartAt Martin county and the suround- .' the buildings and grounds and I' the freedom of the little man to

Barry C. Release Button craft BUILDING HEREMore well, Florida president and Monday, will represent the Stu- Thy Sweet Voice," trombone: I Ilnl) area a complete flying ser ':'the creation of a fire hazard to trect small home and set up
art baseball team at managers'conference solo Wells I 'Polonaise any type of business he might
Wayne ,
Mermaid" Captain Bill Frailer. secretary, will be guest of hon vice Including light training county property! by failure to '
In Lake Worth at 1 Kenneth Llewlyn, piano; "Luua-j crop dusting and spraying, keep grass cleared. desire One spokesman obJecttd -
Raymond Lurba, Washington, or of a Stuart Jaycee dinner 1' o'clock Sunday afternoon, March by," Sarah Roberts, charter: flying. Plans are now i I to the ordinance on the :
C. Release Button, craft March 24 at which ceremonies eLl\ I I strength of his having purchased
Business Building Mrs. A. R Clonts, June Mal.ou.set being worked out for an early MAT ADD PRIZES
Mermaid" Captain Bill Frazler Needed For Crowing will, be conducted for th presentation The managers will, determinetile and Betty Lou Matheson entry into the flying freight FOR FOLLOW-UPS property to build a business
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Natalie R Cole, Flushing L. "
Community of charters of the stats schedule for the coming sea played accompaniments.The field from Wttham Field I structure on which he will be
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TBronte Button 7-foot and national association, I son, set to Open May 9, Mann next concert, will consist Negotiations are underway fur'i Stuart Sailfish----- Club last I II I prohibited to conduct a business i

11 craft "Moja" Captain VicttlCC The City of Stuart I* framing President Paul Young stated said Stuart field Is) being con-I of popular numbers, It was an the purchase of new up to datA'I Thursday night voted to give If the toning code goes throughj
that local city and county cUtloned for the opening nounced. He stated\ that he had been unable
Feb 26 Charles J. cKen.a a. resolution calling onhe officials today and representative of I -_. --- -_._ --- planes and a. soon as the final second prize in the sailfish dl- to get materials so far to ,,
Providence, R. I. Sliver CJ.A. to approve business building details are worked out this city I Uslons "If sufficient money Is I \ he
the school, civic and religious: build the type. of building I
I
and will have of the II
utton 7-foot, 9-lnch Craft application In the city ot organizations will be Invited to NIGHT MAIL SERVICE URGED most county up-to-date flying one services on hand at tournament close I wanted and that those who had I
Mermaid" Captain Bill Frazier. of the ahead and built "shacks
Place and hour
Stuart tttentl. gone
in the entire slate, I
accordinttorecent .
R Foster Reynolds PrortCcnMnued record-test dinner will be announced when would be unmolested by the new
The city went on reports. $50,000 PERMIT
( on page Two) code which, I II not retroactiveand
arrangement are completed. ,
Wednesday night as strongly 28 February 1947 'The Aerovets, Inc. 1* purely a protects present owners ot ,5 }; :

favoring more commercial buildings Mr. Ralph W. Hartman local set-up consisting of only undesirable type of buildingsIn .
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AST RITES HELDORF.E.MCGORD after Arthur Dehon, local DIED ON SUNDAY Postmaster local men Interested In flying ISSUED BY CITY 'toab nce of those who '
that Stuart, Florid.' J&LDear'Mr & r" ..... and who wants .to ,see Stuart\ had originally asked the county
real estate man. policed out H.rUn.nfV'- and Martin take I It .-
county rightful
.Erall: Ot tUUbrldlJ.r1Ih"'ft'-J *
board to set up coning, the commissioner -
such of fltlat! action might\ awaken place In the field of 'aeronautics -, --
ter resident af the Majestic The advantages
volunteered
O F action of the Railway Mail Service in Work 1Si
the C.P.A. to the need of the Apartments, died then Sundayof demanding that"thc night police force: in Stuart : NewconiersBegi'n on of certain regulations
Motor Court Indian-
On
area for additional construction a heart attack after a brief discontinue its of for the protection of..property
practice landing
many year NEW BASS LEADER
Stuart Locksmith; Died officials last year decid- Illness of I town Road owner but were out-talked by
City letter
.A retired building contractor putting on F. E. C. Railway train No. 76 IN FISH TOURNEY I In the end
Thursday After 35 Year ed to again Issue building permits of Norwich, Conn., he had been when it goes north at 12:42. m. daily, has pre George Perryman, Tcanctk, The city ot Stuart has Issued C the M.opposing Fletcher group made'! the motion

.Resilience Here without regard to CP-A coming to Stuart for IS year' cipitated: an extremely serious situation in the N. J, entered 7-pound, 8-oonce I h $ISO,000 building permit to! that the toning: proposal be IC.

Last rites for Frank E. Meord -.supervision when It became ap He was preceded In death by his handling of first class mail out of Stuart. A* the black bass In the Stuart fishing Harry Matters and Bruce Jose, dropped and the motion was,

'73, were held at, Johns parent that communities abiding wife tour year ag& largest individual customer patronising the Stuart tournament Friday, last day of I newcomers who purchased the carried unanimously '

neral chapel Monday after- by C.P.A. regulations were The body was' returned to Post Office: we want to make a very emphatic Ihe season establishing a new 1} acre plot at the southeast Intersection I The same group\ asked the II III' ,'
with while nearby towns; Norwich for burial accompaniedby lead in the contest I with Obtain i ,
oon burial In Fern Hill tagnatlng protest against discontinuance: of the past arrangement of the Federal highway county to proceed
meter)'. The Rev. T i. Deary and rural area Ignored C.P.A. a niece Catherine B. Haslcr unless the Post Office will immediately Roland Barry, Woodland. Mich i and the Indlanlown road Ing an additional 10 feet on each I
!\\cia ted. provisions and progressed --,--,--- Led the sea trout division witha side of Commercial st as right *
I institute night nI4Ii.patch, : service: out of the 12-pounder; and George Hector for a deluxe motor court The 'd
tank had been confined to his ATTENTION FARMERSAll for widening the main
Post Office itself instead of property' Is known as the former s-way
the
verfront home because of, FEDERAL VETERINARY depending upon of Brooklyn N. Y. entered a I I' business thoroughfare.
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indness for the last five years. Dr. K D Henthorn. federal vegetable farmers, j-anch- Stuart Police Department 3-Pound pompano, Joe Youngblood acreage Representative from the Jensen ,r
ben his wife Pat McCord of- veterinarian, will visit Martin ers and grove owners In Martin It i ie ridiculous to close the night mail at No entries have been received i The partners are former Hew Beach Businessmen's assn. :'

:e deputy for Sheriff Q Muieock county Monday and Tuesday county who are Interested In 7:00 p. m., at which hour the Stuart Post Office: yet for king mackerel, bluefUliladyflsft Englanders who came here from who appeared earlier In the .ty

returned from the of- March 10 and II, to test all participating in the Agricultural closet, to catch the principal northbound mail tarpon, flounder or Miami and, Palm Beach Jose Is meeting urged that the county .. I

<* tale Thursday afternoon family and dairy cows for Bang's Conservation program; during train of the day which runs almost six hours channel: bass, _I a veteran and construction work work together for the growth ot ,

found him slumped In his disease and tuberculosis This 1947 are requested to sign performance Uter. We cannot possibly get all of our mail into ------ Is being done under a VHP-1 all sections Ed Ward, spokes .; '
'air In a semi-conscious eon- service 1 II performed without sheets on or before OK WELFARE LAWS I I man made a vigorous plea for i's, ,
the Stuart Post Office to 1:00 and priority permit Mattern, who Is
the deadline on March 15. The : prior : p. m., Martin county board of commissioners ,
Uon She Contact the county the rebuilding of the Jensen I''
was unable to arouse charge. 1 ig
at the county with the discontinuance of the courtesy endorsed staying\ at the Stuart Auto camp .
available
forms arrangement yesterday
ra and write County are
he died shortly afterHe -' agents office, or bridge before starting a new '
irds. I Agent L. M. Johnson, P. O Box agent office in the Oughterson through the Police: Department the mail legislative measures recommended 1 Is supervising the work at present I bridge project as proposed at se

came to Stuart from Roof 35. If you desire this service building which we get out to Jacksonville after 7:00 p. m. by Florida State Welfare Both men are former restaurant Stuart. Warner Tilton, sr, form I, !
,
eater, N. y In 1112. BeIng a cannot possibly be delivered there under, your existing Board, as presented by H B. men and will specializeIn er member of the Jensen Road -

aster many trade, with a Estate Extensively setup until the morning of the second day. Kraft, vice chairman, District 24-hour service for meals and and Bridge district reviewed the

a of genius for thing decal Shepard A* Jacksonville is only 250 mile from here this 10, including: also filling station service, negotiations completed before .
Increased aid to I
l and mechanical' he en- situation ridiculous and need to be correctedat dependent Contractor Herb Young Is now the war for the building of a ,
fed In various branches ofwhanlcal children, adoption of an Improved unit new bridge at Jensen, stating ,
Fire TuesdayThe once. building the first orhe ,
''and construction Damaged By adoption law and raising the that the contracts and 'agreements I
)FE hert before establishing The people who have been using the night salary limits far case workers. development, a $10000 structure had been signed and art '
a I
dneas as locksmith and mail service: through the Police,! Station are in to house the restaurant and still file with the Public

"Ilk\, which he continued gun-even beautiful Shepard Estateon blaze damaged another sectionof many different lines of business Some are salesmen TWO BOARDS GIVE I fccnlce' station The building Is I tin He voiced the opinion I $ I

W losing his eyesight Friend; the riverfront at, Fourth st the home. The place Is a show- or district representatives of national con ISM TO BAND 80 feet long.facing U. S. Highway that he believes the same agreements : ,

tfveled at his Ingenuity with was extensively damaged by fire place and a landmark oldest- of cern wlo are here either permanently or overnight Matrln county commission I f. by IS feet wide with a I II could now be forced to .

ta, using the .touch system of undetermined origin which Stuart. and one of the erected In and are required to make daily reports Wednesday allotted Stuart High I pump house and rest room on: conclusion as they were held up ''he.ipleli.
"d his determination, broke out In the roof of the buildings here. It wa School band $300 from the pub- only by the war. The board Instructed -
to keep H W. Bessey. pioneer, after their day's work has been completed. the back of the building Concrete $ ''I'
1908 by licity fund on request by Mrs.
sPied of the L-shaped Evan
despite his northwest wing I the attorney,
bllndnes while he Other are tourist or local people who have been blocks are being used and : thor
Prank 1 II best remembered by building at noon Tuesday. No who built It was operating Marvin Rowell.. chairman of the Crary, to look'Into the matterand 1
a-town her a* of estimate of the damage ha been 'the old Danforth hotel out of' the city during the day (whether fishingin current band drive. Stuart city a gabled and hipped roof to be see if action might be started '.

Niagara Fruit Co.manager, reported although It 1 I. safe to which stood on the riverfront the Atlantic, shopping in Palm Beach, farming commission recently allocated I covered with slate shingles '

New York doctor and a lawyers group say It will run Into many thousand across from the Shepard home, outside of town until dark, or covering territory $200 to the band drive (CimlHiiicd, on JMJJC/ Five) __ 'f,
or on the present site of his insurance collector and not getting ---
purchased Ito acre of land of dollar as an
Palm city in 1113. Frank *u- Both city and county firs widow' home. sold the back: to Stuart until upper tune whatever occupation THE WEATHER : '
I'YIaec1 the planting of the fighting apparatus were quick to I Mr, and Mr.Bessey make difference: ) and these people 'Model Racing Planes '
place In later years, to GeorgeW. po For tk, put ...... H r* ort4 Io, j :
unc tree and made a how- answer a call by neighbor who Perkins of New York City, have a right to have mail service: after 7>00 I.'. M..,, U. S. w...... OtooraaCIIT .t.
on the east coast: ot the saw the-flames soon after they have business thatmust H.U ,S"'.'"
because
added a new wing to the o'clock at night they
opment which' wa known burst through the roof and high who taken Crash In WindsIt T_..... .....11...
1m- and that must be care High
the Big Drove1' Was pro- aided pro *ments to the ground which of and that must be available to their correspond- !
who were
\severely abandoned damaged after It wa by and 40 his'or M crew volunteeM in saving occupy several hundred feet on _4. ent* on the morning of the nest day, This is ys.v.a.. :: -f:: :

I hUrricanes by succes- building A. Welrlch, retired Frazier creek and cover a triangle particularly true when the principal mail trainof Model racing planes) ot the stalled about 30 feet from the M.e. -5 ,, 18.'
that It failed to the N,,. 5 _,If 55N.
Spaying proposition. flre-flthtlng expert who bad 30 which runs from the Federal the day i* available to carry_thi mail and the Stuart Model club have proved I ground for a nose dive. Lee Hig- .,. 5 Cs 14
Ifs highway to the river on Fourth inadequate ,to ride the high beets model completed three ..... u..
I1 Vii a native of Balnbridge, yean experience with the Rochester only existing difficulty I ie that the Stuart Post .. ,.
Perkins told to Mr. and u.
Mr.
st wind of recent weeks and the
10 about
and landed safely
and department wa Unreserved loops
attended Y train time.
( Ohio Stateu N Office close six hour before 1!
lets for two in hiS commendation Mn. V. H. Shepard of Clevelandwho Sunday exhibition contest atWltham 500 ;yards outside the airport iNcises IN RAINFALL
Tear before go- scientific have died In recent year This is all extremely serious situation for were cancelled last Sunday 1 boundaries. James Woods U-con- ..,. 1 .._ _vaa. ,
New In the
York state. Inter !of the local men mail for sub s.se'f'
Shepard laughters Mr* those of who depend on the a I 5
he .' handling of the situation. "You The u* to await better weather. trol model made a nice showing ,
operated
a sportbuslne B. Hawgood of Palnesvllle stantial of business in our ce: and ..i 'f .
goods **, pecllUlng wouldn't have teen a better Job Harry part .our However leader of the tour, In the first try-out Feb. 23. Ernie
? for *\uniA member In New YQrk City," he told a Ohio and Mr*. J. KU: Patterson in the case of a great many other local businesspeople newly organized squadron A, : Hlgbee control-line midget -- ----

the old Columbia Rifle dub New reporter today of Cleveland opened the winter There must be an immediate correction B, C, and D will stage another 1 look a flip In the swift breeze TIDES
1r1In home for the season shortly after Sunday afternoon show for In crash. THE
Stats championship a* Practically all the furniture of the. situation. and was damaged a _
rn.rkImaa With the rifle P14 *- wa removed from building, Christmas Mr: Shepard'isister of Will you therefore call'on your ..uperiorlwho model fans it 3:oo p. m Sunday The port 1 II attracting much

hotgun. and WM a'prom the' greatest loss being from. Mrs. Maxwell Tlelke have authority to extend the Post Office -weather permitting. I attention of hobbyists her and !!.
Delray Beach and Lakewood, The first Informal contest ... .1. ......
lnatructor. smoke and water damage. Building the aroundto had more entries are expected each IU, In.ai-i' ""
? lIe; was a Ohio and Mrs Hawgood son.Major hour in Stuart until I I :00 p. m. year F o' _" ....t. ." 8......'. 11_ .
of the Elks lodge there. Inspector and Insurance adjusters allowance for clerk four gal model entries Joe Bowl week: All styles of models are P., Snll i ,..., uM I ..... SS .!.. 1
the
**>ea,hi* wife, he leave a are expected thIs week Henry Hawgood, were give you necessary of lost his 135 .0...," after a hectic Invited to participate, from gasoline ... luik u4 a Mass f elsoissie.'w. .
number 'i'
Ulhter. Miss Helen WaOord The roof of the wes wing was visiting them and all were sail- hire and if necessary increase the chase south of the airport 1 I motor-driven type to rub to

Norwich, Cona.. a sister Will a total loss but It wa not possible fishing In the Gulf Stream with :clerks to take care of this situation and 'I* still offering a' $9 cash ber-band-propelled. The racing rn.. 5.5.IW".",'M.li .
a teccord and( a W**. Wn.e to estimate the damage Capt. Walter John when the Will yeu please give this matter youslmuse' reward tor the blue and white season will be scored on a point AHM ,

: Cincinnati, an 'of the standing wan, floors, etc fir broke out Only the three diate attention.. and advise. model I system for squadrons with a :. I e. 0,45 l,. 551,>< 555 I.It I-.M tuit '

here to attend the Thsllls I the second time the tervant*I were at home. at the Your very truly: ,__ Deaver Btorer'l entry also hadtough i trophy award for the squadron .... 5, ,-a ,ss .... id. 5'
writ d along With Wr. Stewart; beautiful estate valued at approximately time when the tin broke out and STUART DAILY NEWSlnc. luck.,It climbed beautifully running up the most honor' 5.MMUMM, 15 .W, : '**' eec,sl. -iIit ; -

'f Gerald P. Mr. serious they were unaware
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Stuart firemen used! chemical ton -'Charter erttt liHs*
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equipment yesterday to save a JON HONEYMOON --- Captain ,)

Rally large furniture van which (Con/tali/ **from pag/' On) Mrs. Lee Byrne, Lafehnjont,,, Release Button-.Craft' "ifoijl
Button -, ? y Silver Button Vim Lnace.
cough tire At the federal high Deuce, R. t Silver W. -- Cap tK.

'. By Joniey wiy and cut-off road at the duPont Chemist Loses Line 7 foot, IVi-lnch Craft "Mer; T-inch craft "Spr.Captain 1 O. Sucher, St Albana,,
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIMII1IIIIIIIHChildren C. H. Olaspell. t, silver .Button
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south city limits. About $200 To St. Lucie maid" Captain Bill Frazier. Walter M Clark Sodus Point, I'-IDeb craft 1404. ,
can be taught safety. Sailfish i iMM. j Dr. a. J. Jukas, South River, Button. Char 'HI'Boot''
Release ,
damage occurred, The van was 7-foot, 'N y. Captain 8andl! F
James H. Smith has" been N. ). Bronze Button Captain
Mrs dang It In ,Jensen Elementary tnrotiM from North Florida to: Br.dlIi; of Shelby'vllle I' l-lnch craft "Scarecaf CaptainJim Eddie ter craft Engebretsen.Mrs. "Miss Florida". I J.silver J. Sucher Button, St. Albans jt. f
7-foot
Miami Name of driver not it
van Ind., caught a 7-foot 4- Roblson. : Simon Pine
School Now, mother -Jit Jensen Celeste D. inch Charter craft 1I1.JIooto
h.av: to watch their harnmers, learned.P. II I I|'Inch sailfish Thursday from the Grace Valle, New York Clty- Bush, New York Bronse Button Captain Banders.O. _
Barracuda with Capt. A. Hunter Bronze Button, 7-foot, 4V4-lncn 8-foot. lOVt-lnch
knives and scissors, or little Bob- S. BENJAMIN IS I'of .Toley'a fleet Mr. and Mrs. sailfish -- Craft "Bambina" craft-"Moja" Captain Vic Lance. McLeanne! Union, N. t ..:
Oold Huttonfoot
tile or Mary will be after them GUFJT SPEAKER AT Hall are In Florida on their 4K Captain Walter O Johns. I I Edward U. Bourbeau, Turners craft 14.m'!

.' ith a "Thai's unsafef. PRESBYTERIAN DINNER I honeymoon. Robert Hale and] W O. Smith, Ne* York City- Falls Mass -sPharter Bill Frailer."Mermaid"tain tai,::
I Mrs. Doris Hale of Culloden Oa. 7-foot, 6-lnch sail,' "UojaCZ. t
With grownup the problem In! ;Silver Button, T-foot, I-lnch craft Mrs. P. M.
The Presbyterian church eon1l'PRalion -' Beattj NI'IIPoII
got a sail apiece from the !Barracuda craft "Bambina" Captain Walter Lance %
more complicated. Tests have I heard a firstbandI on the 26th. and Mr. and I I 0. Johns. tain Arthur Vic J. Brown Greenfield, News, Va. SIlver Buttin.

nown that some \people> are more description of the Presbyterian(I Mrs Harold J. Ryan and Dr. Richard Koetlier, Melbourne! Mass. Bronte Button @- Charter craft; "Mermaid"C.Ptail
irone to" misfortunes than oth- I"frank C. Bender chalked a>II Button, 7-foot Bill Frailer.Dr. .
up ; Th.Suth.t Florida--Silver -
mission activities, In Iran at a' Walt of Technicolor l toot Mneh craft"Moja"Captain .
Dhney's M.
"Song production re- P. Scott
ii"I s not that they are unluckyi, i triple earlier In the week. -lnch, craft "Peter Pan" Cap silver B%.
'mil'' that !they actually want church supper Wednesday eve');I y..inrlhe. Uncle Remus' tales M dear t* the children of the South, Vic Lance. ton 1-foot 8-lnch( ) Char
J Dr. Elvin Ktllheffer of Wilmington tain Ted Preston. Bralnerd
Krekelberg
utacormciously to be maimed jung at the Woman' Club. The I I I I Del., chemist with the ,' will dhow at the lyric Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 8, James 8. Hann, Newport J. Minn.J H. Bronze Button 8- ter craft 'Mermaid" Captain BO
'waning It poiwlble-to be waited speaker Was Pera, S. Benjamin a ;,' I. E. duPont-de Nemours I' Manager I'hlllp Lents announced. .Silver Button 7-foot, J-lnch craft "Peter Frazler.
oxm., receive: sympathy, and In native of Iran and present rug who took a prominent an"i:: I sail, craft "Moja" Captain VicLance footInch Charter Ted Preston. W. F. .Dowdy', Ne* Bern, R e
''tier ways to to child- Importer of Cincinnati and Palm Paa" Captain Bronte Button '-.fOOl0

,1'iudSo', regress Beach. He told the group of his the kings originating and dolphin of nylon with, caught Capt. 'jTB and Health Assn.: To Elect Wm., T, Rlecker, Great Neck, Phil Feb. J7 P&- Mrs.. Sliver John Button Crawford-, Inch -.4 Charter craft "Jen)
-
( we!' must first be convinced education In Presbyterian mission 7-loot, a" Dare'Captain Earl Dare,
Ted Preston of the Peter Pan-- i N. T.-Bromw Button Charter craftMermaid"
It i't it U more desirable to star schools and an American 7-foot, Mnch M. BJ Smith, New Bern,
and hooked a big sail on light 8-Inch, Charter craft "Hobo"Captain H. (
; Bill rralll r
hole' and /healthy.nterCIn |college In Iran and gave an account nylon (too light; it took the. At Annual Meeting Friday Night Jack Whltlcar. Captain Richmond, Silver Button 7-foot, .im
,, Homer B. Wilson
his
of family,, which dates
I \ order to combat the Charter craft "Jean
line,. On the Peter Pan Thurs- John 8. Packard, Vero Beach- Button Char, Dan-
back to proChrAtlantimes, and ( --- Va. Release
i d accident the ones tlmt aremil I : clay! were Mr, and Mrs. Over- i, Release Button, craft'"Miss Flor Captain Earl Dare
Climaxing ot activity, Pan" CaptainTed
their} eventual flight to Americalo a year ter craft "Peter
I intended
we must educate Clytte A. Phillips, Fort
ton D. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. ida" Captain Eddie Engebretsen.Mrs. Mont
,
i nrselves in safety In April Mr ,( ewape religious persecution Homer 8. Wilson, all of RlrhV' the Martin County TB and COURT OF HONOR ; Doris Hale Culloden, Oa. Preston. Wlllough- N. J. Bronze Button 7-fot<
/uora of Southeastern Area of- A discussion period followed,1during Health Association will hold Hi Albert W. Fergum.3n, 4-Inch Charter
I I : monef, Va., who caught a sal-) !I Bronze Button- -foot, >1- 7- craft "Mojr
!II!< A. R. C will be in Stuart,, which Mr. Benjamin h.al'l'.1 fish and a shark eight dolphin annual meeting' tomorrow at ""'- inch-,Chsrter craft "Barracuda" by Ohio Silver Button -craft Captain Vie Lance
i lo ev that catch with the xwem) questions for his j foot 7-lnrh Charter
we up Esther A. '
and six bonitos. Sailfish, dolphin I p. m. a l yie Women's club. Stuart Boy Scouts will hold Captain Hunter. "Dude" Captain Dodge. Hann, 'Newport, I

'< immtlort.hildren'' of Jensen in safety I II. III, RENNINGFKtFIRIOUSLY Ii[ end bonito were caught by Robert The public is Invited. K court of honor and covered ''Robert Hale, Culloden, Oa. Mr. John B, Bardo, Haddon t.1-Inch- Bronze Button i-tol;
McConnell. The s-melv( Charter craft
-foot.
; Bronse Button- "Moii'
Miss Alexander of Southeastern / ILL I Mr. and Mrs Gardner Taylur.i i! Looking back on the most dish supper at the Log Cabin In Charter craft "Barracuda" Captain Heights, N. J. Bronw! Button Captain Vie Lance. '

AK-n, Office li In Stuart Machine : II. 8 Rennlnger Is seriously' Brownvllle, N. Y. and Dr Wil successful( fund drive In Its history I Fourth Street Park next Tuesday Hunter. 7-foot, 4-mch Captain- C. H.Olanpell L. D. Shoemaker, LakevooB!
ill at his home on Second Hi. craft "Spray".
two subjects, "Home'Nurs- fred D. Wlngebach of Lake I ranking among the first Ohio Bronze Button
night, with ScoutmasterArnold Mrs. Dollie T. Hill, Springfield, I '.f<*,
where Mrs. Charles York
n.j'' and "Child Care". Many Sellers |scaring Placid. N. Y. in the slate the uncovering of Mrs. C. H. Traeger, New IInch Charter craft ,
111. Silver Button-.toot. -
mart residents are alreadyarnlliaf"wlth for him. His daughter I five new cases of TB In Martin Bauer in charge. City Gold Button 1-foot, Illuel.Arco"
home nursing but has been called from her northrn Frank Russell, Bralnard I county and( checking their eon- Twelve Scouts will receive ad. Inch -t-Charter craft '"Spray"Captain 2'*" -Inch-Charter- craft 10pah"Captain Captain Ford Carter.
Minn, caught a 10-foot shark C. H. OlaspelL Vincent Patton, Clevflt
not had I< home tarts the local association will L, W. Carman. '
i.avij chance
a at the vancement. Parents have been '
) !I from the Peter Pan Tuesday as ;, John A. Crawford Phlla., Pa. HghU, Ohio Bronze Button-
i.itcn in child on*. I 1-------- close Its year and prepare for Dr. C. H. Traeger. New York
well as a sail and a dolphin. and { Invited to attend. Games and entertainment Release Button, Charter craft"Mermaid" 4foot.inch Craft "Nro "
J 11 1.1\1\ Mill Alerander's handle files the coming Silver Button... 7-foot
course!, up resulting In a year City -
Richard Koetc Melbourne, O. A. : win) feature the Captain Bill Frazier.J. .j Captain Dale fWoyes.Dr. 1q
hicii corers black Finally the Three films of talking pictureswill' 7-lnch Charter craft "Opah"Captain
minutely the
period eye. ensuing --
Schroeder, Helmet Qullhaus, Allied W. Johnson, Rensselaer, W. J. Buchanan. Clevdanl
I not"' birth to the It to be be shown and a physician evening. L W Carman.
I fifty.year, and anger! causes/! thrown and ,
Sagells and Louis Garner, New York Release Button I Hghts. Ohio Release ButtonI ,
'"'''i j .mes broad objectives up tome whoever is coming around the from the Orlando TB Sanitariumwill --- IMEDICAL Alfred &Angelis, Torrlngton,j
Irvington, Conn., caught four rraft "Blue Waters" Captain A. I Charter traitNeogW'
coming of age, should help corner needs to look out. speak, outlining objective DIRECTOR TO Conn -- Bronze Button-8-foot, CtpUH
sails and bonito Whttlcar. i Dale E. .
a dolphin a J. Noyes.Nathan
1 re.itiy in making Martin Coun- i REMEDY: Hang It up securely of the future program In the SPEAK AT TB MEETING 5-Inch craft "Peter Pan" Captain .I I ''
i \ '. outstanding children even In a closed! tool cupboard. See Wednesday ;i state i iElection f Dr. Thomas C. Black, assistant -, Monica Beatty, Newport News, Ted Preston Gerber Lynbrook.'t
Ml )"r.lO. that It gets put bark when not : Capt. Eddie Engebretsen reported : of officers for the superintendent and medical Va.-Release Button. Charter Helmut Oullhaus, I. Silver Button 7-foot I
S that Mrs. Angelica B I 1 director of the TB sanitarium craft "Quit Stream" Captain A. -1. Inch Charter craft "RouiiiForty" "
iPETY TIP: The garden rake In useTorreya new year and annual reports will Conn. Bronze Button "
i \ (can tie; a "killer". Lying on the --- I Kimball, Nelson W. Kimball or feature the business session of Orlando will be the guest A., Whltlcar, foot J-lnch Charter craft Captain' Dave Malian
'round with IU teeth up it can State Park lies West of 1 Irvlngton. N. Y., caught thrlf'l, i I ----- speaker at the annual, public Milton 8. Bellows, !Rensselaer "Peter Pan" Captain Ted. Pres Alfred 'B. Alfonso. Brooklyn
1"".ce thin ihoes. Then the lallahaasee near Brt, tol. I sails, released two, Thursday. ELLTIMMERMAN meeting of the Martin County', New York-Release Button ton. N: T Gold Button C40
.. Packard of Vero Charter craft "Blue Waters"Captain rraft "Sallfteher1 U" cj
------- -- -- --- -- -- John got a sail NUPTIALS HELD LAST TB and Health! emaciation at theWoman' Louis E. Ganem, TorrihgUn, ;
A. Whltlcar.
| Wednesday. club tomorrow night J. ... George K. Snell.
I Conn Bronze
EVENING Button 17-
I Maurice De Waele, Julius De jSUNDAY --- ----._-- A. E. William Rensselaer, New toot crift I' Kfarch Srd Mrs. D. F. I Ieck.
j-lnch Charter
BUSINESS\ PPORTUNITY Waele and Emil Wasiyos of Chi- I I TO MARK RIVER York Release ButtonChar- Bloomer "WIs. Eton
The First "Peter Pan" Captain Ted Pres
Baptist church
cago caught two sails' and six was W. M. Lee, Oomei commercial I ter craft "BlueWaters" Captain Button 8-foot, iHnch
bonitos Wednesday from the I tlio scene Sunday evening of fisherman, asked the A. J. Whltlcar. ton.Dr. Charter craft 'Dude"
RESTAURANT county CspUU
,I SMALL DOING GOOD Jean La. Flltee with Toley Enge- the wedding of Miss Artie Row. commission Wednesday to place Wm, I. Ferschke. Wilmington C. H. Traeger, New Tork k D. Dodge. .
ell, daughter of M and Mrs. City Release! Button ** Craft
( A. crafiSallfisher
I it.iWILUAMSPORT. Del.. Release Button
BUSINESS/WILK gretsen, markers In the Loxahatcheeriver *- I Alice BlckelhaupCSunrlst Inn
SELL CHEAP. THIS I I C Rowell, and Willis Tlmmer- IT Captain Geo. "Opha" Captain L. W.'Carman.
Indicating where the Mar- Port Sewall Release
IS YOUR man of Burlington, Iowa. The Michael Cassway; Phil., Pa. Button-
IMPORTUNITY. Snell.
ACT MEN tin
line Charter
I county crosses the craft "Gulf
Sligsol;
1i.. QUICK TO GE/frkA GOOD I ON STUART VACATIONMr. double ring ceremony was performed stream, because of divergenceIn I Benlem Beck Lavrplton, t.; I.. Silver Button crtft "HiHook"Captain I Captain A. A. Whltlcar. .
PAYING I by Rev. Phil Maxwell In Palm Beach county and Martin 'N. Y, -Release Button, Charter H. W. Sanders 1-foot,

BUSINESS. ;f .mold Mrs. W. H. Port and the candle-lighted church de. county fishing laws. The aboard "Sallflsher II"captain.GPO 6'/j-lnch'! sail. I During 1945 Florida had _.
I Mr. and Mrsfl A. H. Hollenback corated with greeivry.i have Snell. John F. Zimmer Lincoln, Neb
I agreed to such markers
000
'I.I Apply at Dut /Kitchen See Mr. Storer of Wllllamsport, Pa., are here i Given In marriage by her placed. O. C. Reeves. Cleveland, Ohio e -Bronze Button 8-foot 8- woods fires on protected IDI*
father the unprotected land. Of these titeC8
bride
I vacationing, at St. Lucie Hotel chose Clown .Release Button Charter inch.Charter! ; craft "Moja"

u _____ I brought here principally by tales ot white silk crepe trimmed In LIST OF NEW' NUMBERS, craft "HI.Hook" Captain Sand Captain Vie Lance per cent could have'' been Invented.
dt fine fishing relayed by Bill gold sequins/ and a gold belt. OP STUART Bill DINGS ers. Feb-28-: < Ilene Lehrer, Brook- .
.
With It she small :.. __ ... ..
wore white
a --- --
Ji Mitchell of The Stuart News, AVAIlABLE AT NEWS Mrs. Dollie T1HIIJ, Springfield
: IMMEDIATE DELIVERY former' (Wllllanuiport resident. i I hat with shoulder length veil The Stuart News office still 111. -. Release Button craft

; W 18-Ft. Correct \ I Mr.Poff ii owner of the Harder |I and a shoulder bouquet of pink has available a few lists of the "Spray" Captain Charles H. This dog, answering lo
Craft rows Miss
Run-A-Bouk Evelyn Savage
as
Sporting Goods Co. at Wllllamsport new home numbers OlaspelLThomas'
as publishedIn
I PAT i is lost strayW
maid of honor, wore a light blue Parse. ,
115 h.p. Crysler Crown largest store
1 Engine of Its the News recently. As drop L. Pererly. Albany N.
I Doubt Plank Hon"aus Mahogany I kind west of Philadelphia. This gown, small white hat with blue' letters must bear the addresses Y. w Release Button Charter n-

". \, '6.'". Boats wit I.. Is his first visit to Florida In 10 veiling, and a llly-of-the-valley i for delivery every business firm craft "!Uue Waters" Captain A. in-
h.p.Air Roan
Cooled corsage. Wall I
Ones
Engine' was best man j
years. An ardent fisherman, he Should have one on file. :J. Whltlcar.
t i / looks forward to catching a sall I i for Mr. Timmerman. Mrs. Herbert C. Fett, Brook.
The
HUDGfto0sBOAT CO. fish, and plans have been made I bleck bride's mother was In iimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiCARD Yn, N. Y. -*- Bronze Button '
silk crepe, with a white Zrids
for
a sallfishlng trip Friday. He 8-foot. 4-Inch sail craft
t:, D.jPf Is hat and black veiling. Her corsage OF THANKS
J H luafins I past president of the Federated Florida" Captain Eddie :
\ '/ Mile N. St. Luci/River I Sportsmen of Central Pennsyl was pink carnations. Mrs. The W. H. Shepard family bretsen. 1
U.
I S. No. 1 Hi-W.y vania. I j' Mildred Ryan, of Burlington, wished to .express Its gratitude Wm. Oaspert New York Farty-1

I"'I Mr. Hollenback has been sales- sister of the bridegroom, wore and appreciation to the city SIlver Button.-- 7-foot.
,1t a navq blue dress trimmed In and
fire and
t manager for the Clarkson Chemical county police departments T-Charter craft "Roaring
., Co.of South Wllllamsport for pink braid and pink carnations. for their efficient .: =_ -
:the past 15 years. His associations I following the ceremony, a service and to the many friends r
C. & E. Walker Jewelers with Stuart date from the 1 small reception was held at the and neighbors for their helpfulaid

war years when his son, Sgt home of the bride's parents for in removing furnishings durIng
Jack Hollenback, was a radar relatives and Intimate friends. the recent fire at the Shep.
Extends Thanks
:;' FINE Instructor at Camp Murphy. The bride cut her wedding cake, ard home. Tommy

1' DIAMONDS "Jack's letters," he 'said," familiarized which the was served with punch to IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISparbrite I
gue.its.
"
m* with the town _
ANL | Mrs. Tlmmerman was gradu.
even though this I Is my first trip
here." ated from Martin County high
; :
Both ?off and Hollenback are ,school and has been bookkeeperat .
Hayes .'
pas; presidents of Motor Company. Her I
Willlamsport
l :: '
1 husband served three in
I : JEWEL4R4YQUALITYD Rotary Club. --- i i 1 the Navy and was with years an un- To All His Friends

!: -, JONES NEW JAILOR derwater demolition squad. He
I Sam Wesley Jones former was stationed for a time at
SRD Fort Pierce and spent two years
,.. I prison camp employee, has And Customers
... !, been appointed Martin county overseas In several! theatres of

... KNOW YOUR JEWELER I jailor by Sheriff O. M. Hancock action. The young couple left is ready to give I
after the .
reception for
a hone
,
,
I 27... Osceola Ave. Stuart Fla. I who resigned.replacing Jones'George bond Leeman was moon In ChIcago.,And will go on your floors'and rugs the FOJr/ |

approved by the county earnmission to Burlington to make their attention they need. Spar. THEIR PATRONAGE
..home. The bridegroom i Is .... briu, 1
Yesterday -- pi es wijl '
I' ;.;..;. boclated In business with his any
-
father, who has large farming compel' on. and


. DO NOT WAIT FOR r Interests guests at the Among wedding out-of-town were Mrs. Floors' \xpelly KIN'D 1'1

f A FIRE Thelma Parker and daughter, and' n\tf I a YOU Extends. The Goodwill of; |

Lois of West Palm Beach, CHOOSE VJE OFFINISH .. ,-

I SUNDRIES i pfttic, bakelite, I ,I The
NOW STORE 'IS Business to the New
I BOUGHT BY DANIEL laquer a]PV, i varnish,'

list Jj ccbriblnations '

I from Ralph Ben Daniel Smith 1 'the has sundries purchased in thereof. All Vats are wirliers ot To.mmy"i-Bmir '

'the buffed, mm tlooL cleaned
i post office arcade successive

,; ; : IS THE TIME TO EXTEND YjSuR INSURANCE TO I Ily known as Dugan's and andjVaxedl or bVkelile & Grill,
Smith
: I with the sale being consummated toppedAnd waxed.

.COVER TODAY'S REp CEMENT COSTS March 4, It was announced

j tqday. AsphaUHlle and linoleum
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel, formerly
: PROTECT WHM\OU In business her, moved to. se.. layin visitable. DJGAN( &' a""RNE1T

; HAVE bastion about a year ago. They Rugs And' carpeting cut ,
sold
their
sundries store there "
: :; and d.
recently and are now In resl- ,

:I: THE COST IS LOW dence here at the.Flamingo. 'Rugs Classed: Pick-up

f" HEAVY RAW SQUALL and delivery service.Tack Wishing TWfm Success

r NOT WAIT / DAMAGED 'CROPs ad carpets, cleaned on In, Their Venture
f IT MAYBE TO LATE AND SANK BOATSA floor ,

heavy r1a-Z-aII Saturday Sanding, and polishing And The CAitinued Patronage of Former


'C. B. ARBOGAST chalked night find tip three Sunday Inches! morning of rain machines for rent 4 Customers. .

,, In a few hours, sunk small boats, ,","",:",,'-
and endangered
sallflshtng craft
It GENERAL INSURANCE at The Lighthouse pier, where Writ or CaM Collect

some captains were forced to cut SPARBRITE
201 St LucU Av.nu. Stuart, Florid; mooring lines to seek other an.

Corner Bridge and Belch Roads, Hob Sound chorage.fields )In The the county run flooded, did many low Phainj 2496 -TOMMYS

thousands of dollars damage In TIRO BEACH : *VAS?

.. .. destruction of new crops I I'.0; {

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.. TUB> : MARCH 5 t I. :,.: t''
STUART.;NIWS.! BTPABT, Iar'NaC.anteGS7erMe. THURSDAY. 1947'andHappenings A 1 11AL


\ Mra. William King of devt- eoustn Mrs. J. Tomeroy ta, '

:' the WEEK IN STUA I\ land li the house guest ot her I and Mr.'iPomeroy.LYRIC ,I ''rt'l'" ;

of 'I'Iryawin 1 ;, If";,! ; :, l'I'I :



Johnwick ha* rt- MRS rOMEfcOY HONORS ATLANTIC COURT Ethel Porter, will be'hostesses.AU ,i arrangements suitable' for St. Mr and Mrs. WUlafoM Raid- : PROGRAM' FOR WEEK
.
to bet home 14' the GUEST AT BRIDGE ARRIVALS visiting! DA\',are Invited, to PatrtA's day. Hostesses for the som Leach entertaln di.t tea BEGINNING MARCH 7th,
nc Apartments from Palm Among recent arrivals at the attend. meeting are Mr. Charles Fischer Sunday In honor of Mr', and lira t
t"r
ten, where the ha been be- Mrs. J. R, Pomeroy ti entertaining Atlantic Court Apartment are Mrs. Bert Kick, Mrs, L. C.KlckUter A. E. Fulford .of Ontario. 'Canada
st or the critical illness of this afternoon at a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vested, Chicago PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN and Mrs. George Con ,'who are house guests of the FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 7th & 8th-
father, Homer Vivian, who deasert-brldgt, party In honor ; Mr. and Mrs. ;. M. Bur. ELECT OFFICERS lad. All flower lovers are Invited Rev and Mr*. W G. Aldridge. Kiddie Matinee Saturday Morning 10130 c + y

eyed a heart attack. of her cousin and house guest, nell Decatur, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.: New officers were elected:Tuesday to garden club meetings. -e- -DOORS OPEN 91AS+--- I Iii
... R. P. Chamberlain, Marlon, Pa.; afternoon by the Presbyterian eMETHODIST -
Mra. William King of Cleveland. Mr.. and Mr*. Earl B. Dugan
Mr. and Mrs D. H.
Plank Atglen, Women's Association CONTINUES J
Guests are Mn. M. R. Cart- and Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Barnett
,
Pad Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Part'low
meeting at the home of Mrs. OE Y OF BOOK
ORDEIrtAar Wright Mra. Herbert Thayer, Jr, and Mr and Mrs. Wayne A. Carriel. Mrs. Elizabeth H. The Methodist WSCS circle returned Sunday !night from a
LOYA M Mra. D. 8. Hudson, Mn.: H. McGrew of Utica, N. Y.; Mr. and Kara was chosen president; Mrs.: met Tuesday afternoon at the: week's visit in Belvedere, N. t. ,
Ise, F. Mason, Mn. John Taylor, Mrs. Mrs. R. P. Hunt. Clyde,N. Y. and F. R. Horton, first vict-presl- home of Mrs. Willa ford R. Leach; e
: a WilUford It. Leach Mrs. EdwinA. Dr. and Mrs. 8. Scibetta and dent; Mrs. C. A. Carriel, second at Sewall's Point. Mrs 01.1. Richards Tea guests of Mr*. Wlllaford >1 IN iECHNICOLOR

A ONeJDAY.. Mennlnger, Mra. H. W. Bessey daughter of Erie.Pa. vice-president; Mrs. Ivan Tay- and Miss Syrena Totten R. Leach Thursday were four } DLd'K 1 L N
W snail Mn. A. T. Hograth. Mrs. H. H. lor, recording secretary; Mrs. continued their' review of the I lends from Atlanta garden ZUa1

Ste Fla. Hipson, MIA Ida Albracht.! GA's STUDYHOME Blanche Lowery, treasurer; .Mn. book. "The Fine Art of Using, clubs, Mrs. E.!: B. Worsham, Mrs.I i t y tl ,
MISSIONS George Porter, stewardship; Mrs. by Dr. Ralph W. Beckman A r of
I A. N.Anderson, Mrs. Albert Cal-
The AIda Qrayson OA's met C. A., Lees, national missions short business session followed. ?
Monday at the Baptist annex I and overseas hospital sewing; Those present were Mrs. J. Y. loway, Mrs, John Wood.

LIST you Room, Apartments and Rental with\ leaders Mrs J. p. Blakei- Miss Anna Ounn, secretary literature Harper, Miss Mary teeson Mrs. -e- ,..
Homes with us. Ire and Mra. L. C. KlckUter. McKenzle Miss Jane Ames, Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaford Ransom -

Those studying the needs of the Mrs. F. R. Horton program Abbott Morton. Miss Cella Atwood Leach had. as their tea r
L. FlJlUYINC LF DrlQ. Mrs. W. G. Aldrldge Mrs.H. .
home mission field were Zola chairman, presented Mrs. C. A. guests Saturday afternoon Mr.
C. Moore Mrs Odbrge Conrad
Mae Blakeslce, Jollne KlckUter, Lees who read a paper entitled Mr*. E. H. B.... Mrs Walter and Mrs. Harry 8. Banfleld. Mr. N YI AaIO a a t
Pam Cross Jane and Nancy "Brothers", Mrs. Edward C. Kltchlng, Mrs; John E. Taylor and Mrs. Roy Troup, Mrs. Ruby d 1 1F
SE C RENTING Morrison Joyce Harrell, Shirley Young gave the devotional, and Mrs. Charles Fischer. 8. Hill W. R. Knox and W. R )
PROPER CEMENT Chase, Patty Lucky, Georgia Mrs. M. R. Trimmer presided. Hill, of Toronto. F '
Writ JrO. BoNo, 4 Evans Isabel Mathers, Joyce Others present were Mrs. AnneH. CATHOLIC WOMEN 1 .:..e-

318 Norfl ColoraJo\i( venue Edenfleld. MacDowell, Mrs. W. H. Smith MEET AT RECTORYThe Jack Hartman student at FREE POJCORNU- FIRST 50 KIDDIES 1 I h hI'
hone 317 Mrs. Howard B. Lee Mrs. Donald Ladles'Club of St.Joseph'sCatholic i
ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS MacMllllan, Mrs. O. P. Thompson Stetson University, spent theweek Attendin/Saturday Morning Matinee
Stuart Florida church held a regular +
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Kara monthly meeting Tuesday eve..I: end with his parents, Mr. a --2nd i Featureiit -

Recent arrivals at the Atlantic Miss Cornelia B. Adams, Miss ning at the Rectory. Refresh' and Mrs. R.W. Hartman. A fam-I
Court Martha B. Lummls, Miss Hazel I menu and a social hour followedthe ily dinner was given Saturday SITKtEWKWYIiNFJTIIMIOOl
Apartments include Mr. Laird, Mrs. Blanche Lowery, business session. evening In celebration of Jack's
COMMERCIAL ancKAERIALPHOTOHr and Mrs. L. M. Alexander MraW. Mrs. Helen Morris, Mrs. Lillie
21st
Cameron of Cincinnati; Mrs Wily, Mrs. H. L. Lyons., CHOIR GUILD TO MEETWITH I birthday.' SUNDAY MONDAY TUES & WED
Anita Doerr Roslyn Harbor MRS. JOHN LAW -e- MAR 9 & 10thr MARCH 11 & 12thVIYIEN I 11

L. I.; i Mra.. William Northrop GARDEN CLUB BOARDTO The Presbyterian Choir Guild Mrs. John Carton of Park- '1P
F New York City; Mrs W. Grainger MEET FRIDAY will hold Its monthly meeting, Chester N. Y., Is spending sever CLAUDE I I
WILL YOU MAKE THAT P
PHOTOGRAPHS al weeks here with Mrs. Fred I ,
The'' executive board of the Thursday, March 6, at 8.00 m.
; Hlnsdale, m.;; Mrs. Laura p. Robert, winter resident from L IGH RAINS '/
S at the home of Mrs. John M. a1
GrainIer, Chicago; Mrs. P. H Garden Club of Stuart will meet Maine. Carton
Augusta Mrs.
PROMPT rfERVCE GUARANTEED Friday morning at 11:00: at the Law, Jr. 565 Riverside Drive.
Danly Hlnsdale Ill came to attend the funeral of $esmied S tie"CAESAR
home of Mrs. L. A. Arbogast 771 rsI
East Fourth 8t. covered Mr. and Mrs. Clair A. Gllson Mr. Robert
A dish I
TOOPICALTHOTO SHOP GIRL SCOUTS WORK AND
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1
luncheon will gave a family dinner Sunday in
ON BADGES follow the business Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlnans 1 ( W41!
honor of Mrs. Ollson's
sister I
Krueger Bid,. Next, To Western Union session. Mrs. Robert Middleton and of "Falrwin Farms", Wycoff,, CLOPATRA"Saturday I f
Girl Scouts of Troop No. 2 met
Ifs" YanlttloYtW1lll
N, J., are house guests of Dr. It ,
daughter Sharon of Miles,
Tuesday afternooruat the Wo WILLIAM LEACH IN and Mrs. Talmadge Wilson on leliauthl h OD ED AND DIECrOD aYS7EW
man's Club. Twenty-eight Scouts PUBLIC SPEAKING EVENT Mich. Other guests were Mr. St. Lucie Crescent. Mrs. Winans foist eM L.mNrde lei .loan
itAN5 PAINTED ADYEIUISNO! paid their registration fees for William Leach ,represented and Mrs. John W. Gllson, the ''ia Mrs. Wilson's cousin. IIIl11uskahlUA i
II-C.II thai
the new Scout year and then divided Stuart last week In a public latter a sister of Mrs. Middle- -- -_- I" JllGlk Ri" 1 XLI
NOES
ton, their brother Arthur Bow-
contest held
Into work groups. The following speaking at White
went with leader Mrs. Temple Methodist church In erlng Mrs. Bow-ring their son,' Floes Rob 'Fro is L Sullivan

Herman Reltz to her home where Miami. Seventy churches com- Arthur, jr., Mr. and Mrs Stuart sy Arteee.o. will. IDO.SEIZNICKM.
Mrs. Garland Edenfield worked peted .In the event, part of a Gllson and daughters, Linda'SIGNS k 'a."o4Ie
Ann Nancy Clair and Judy, and TIC II 0L01s.I.oa.d
with them on, music badges: nation-wide contest under the C' nlNC ANq,
Shirley Pressel Duane Madeira, auspices of the Methodist Mission Richard A. Gllson. I
300 Ic its-w YP.O. Joyce Edenftel, Evelyn Relti, Board. Leach's speech was -
Eldene Smith, Jeanne Clement titled "The Methodist Church 1 Stuart billIOn made a sightseeing THURS & FRIDAY

Mrs. Marie McCullough and and the American Indian", and trip to Fort Pierce and CHA B WELL MAR 13 & 14thi .
eJ 1501 leader Mrs J. F. Bozone worked with it he won third place and Indian River territory Friday \ \I r II
with the following group on was cited by the Judges for the having as guests his aunt, Mrs. Next to P Store (
flfst-ald:* Zola Mae Blakeslee content and construction of his Robert Middleton and daughter. tames r I II
Bette ] speech although he the Sharon, of Niles Mich':, his I
Greene, Joan Wiley, Betsy was
Barr, Jane Pressel, Patricia GU-i youngest participant daughters, Linda Ann and Nancy P NE 103- L N i
Clair, and Mrs. John Gllson. E2qLOVtID{ [
more. Th other girls went to 1
Mrs. Mlddleton who had been I
the Methodist church with Mrs.: PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN TO acs.KER
Wear Something DifferentBeautiful Hubert Clements and Mrs Mark HAVE EASTER TEA visiting her sisters Mrs. Clair se I..fIf 4'
Ollson- and Mrs. John Ollson,
Baker to work on second class The Presbyterian Women's _
badgej I Association will give\ an Easter and her brother Arthur Bower- CONSTIPATIONRisky EVii 1 I'I'I
Italian Mosaic"Earrings tea and bazaar Thursday, March log, left Tuesday. for her home. In' .,. l
JOHN LORENZO INJURED. 17. at the Women' Club. The -- I ADBYYE I +
Assemble Portuguese Cfarm Bracelets IN SKIING ACCIDENT .. hour are from 3 until 9 P.:011\, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Lorenzo BAD COLDSRetained lira BUT.*M.*..t w1: 1
of Red Fox Den, Port Sewall
f <, ..- -;* -<* The public In Invited.- undigested fojrf 'beees I
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Lorenzo of I CUYlOIIIAlIID
w
L/fpOlNTES ; recently had as house guests Mr. putrefactive. CUIMS rails, which ar alwaa i
REMEMBER Red Fox Den, Port Bewail have YOUNG MISS and Mrs. Julius (Lorenzo of overload the llvcVynd her vital or. I ,Koss "" a[ rArnTSON'
Still CarryU Tf e Selection of received word of an Injury sustained HAS DOLL PARTY LESTER Bridgeport, Conn., and Sandy cans:or-the to colds a.User: ; winter your re ills* fit'' aRADY
a few days ago by their MIA'' Diane Hook Conn. The viators also and interfering w heir treatment. STARTS SATURDAY l.I'jAeei v eERN !
Mexican an| fcruvian Jewelry son John L. Lorenzo, of River- sixth Lester celebratedher spent some time In Orlando with vhtaka this cyic when you can" MARCH ljTh.Il
slde-on-Lake boar Sandy Hook, birthday Tuesday with Mrs. take CaloUbef tlouV thoroughlyyet
Mr. and Frank Fassanvlla
LSO CoAn. While skiing In''the hills I party for her school friends' pic. *ntlypct on every foot of I '
also of Bridgeport, and made .
.A and their favorite tatestlr JT weepln out \
dolls. After :your IThe'tors
WiClei near his home with a friend, school the children side trips to the Palm Beaches, laden. putrr.JTuve foods and KI PIE MATINEEI I :
17 Jewel From went .
$32.50 Up toDiane'
Jack Watkins, John fell and Lake Wales and Key West. They laden mucVnabllng\ you to
doll house where they *old debt a raId.wxtn.1 Morning, March :
-ftertivelv or
severely Injured his knee. He
left for New York the Cham-
BUY ArXF L/W-AWAY THAT played on acts like good oM CaloUbs. .
games received jump leg 9i45
8th Doors
was a patient for several dayi pion after spending a month directed. Wo and 3Sc at aU I 10:3(0.: ( open
ropes as favors, and had ice I
ECI RING In the Danbury Hospital, Dan- and in Florida. dge Free Popcorn\ First ((50))
bury, Conn. cream birthday cake on her t Children Sat. Morning.
and now has tie Me CALOTABS i i .t.t't
small tea table. The cake
I
V was 4
Watch Repairing' Engraving knee cast .la
In a John, attended white decorated with white Andrew T. Berkey arrived _ _J ",
Crystals Fitted V\il U Wait winter Martin County high school last candles and red''cherries. The I Monday at Sunrise Inn from a r
and played on the basket.ball
business to
flowers were alsored. Guests trip Chicago.
team. When he was In Stu-
were Marilyn Curtis, Marl- -
Patsy -
art for the Christmas\
he had as his house'guest vacation Jack otti Jean McDonald. Penny f Mr. and Mrs. James Norris of a The ,
Brownlee. Sharon Lester, Linda Lake Forest were guests Sunduy is
Watkins. who was with him at
Black. Juanita Arnold, Susanne of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peck
the time of the accident.
LaPOINVE'SImportedand Diamond and Mrs J. Smedburg at Sunrise Inn. PALMCLUB ry
-- I
DAR TO MEET AT GARDEN CLUB TO :
CQLEMAN HOME HAVE BIRD PROGRAMMrs. Mr. Ida Hayes Clark of Wash-

Costume Jewelry The Cora Stickney Harper Charles Fischer will pre ington and Mrs. D'Orscy of New '
chapter, DAR;of Fort Pierce will sent the program at the monthly York are house guests of JamesW. I' .

VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA. meet here at the home of Mrs. meeting of the Garden Club of Foresman at-Port Sewall. h t l
Jack Coleman on Martin Road Stuart scheduled for Monday, j
Tuesday March 11. at 3:00. Local March 10, at 3:30: at the Wo- Regis Laur and Mr Oasson-
members of the ,chapter man's Club. Th program subject helmer of Pittsburgh visited Mr. .
Mrs. F. R. Horton. Mra. Jack Is "birds", and'members will and Mrs. A. F Hunter last week FUN I!
Coleman, Miss Fern Coleman, bring arrangements'of flowers end. Mr. Laur U here to rest rUliLAUGHTER
"FOOD" I Mrs.. Dewey Hayes and Mrs with bird accessories, aa well as after' serious Illness. OR f
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art Mr. and Mrs. E. v. '
I ) 10==:=0=0==:=oD EDNA LEWIS MARSHALL my ears,t enjoyed every minute, School for wwent -flue years and EDENLAWN Mr. and Mrs Victor Conklin from Pascoof, Rhode Island CM!

: \ SALES See v. For NEWS OFIndian'River BACK HAD ONLY RED' leaving the states'as club director -lit has become i tradition for her and Jack Lear front Santa Mon- cldentalJ) Mr. Carlos and

'1 CROSS CLUB ATTACHEDTO she first went to England to entertain the Friendship and ica, CaU have returned after a Phillips went Into the
I I!, &; *i. k l Repairs and Drive DIVISION then down into Africa and over Service class once a year, Combining ten day cruise on the 88 New Theater of War on board ,

,"I'Jli SERVICE Pull Mrs Edna Lewis Marshalt after to Italy. Her club was attachedto business with pleasure Northland to Cuba and the Bahamas Hermitage where Albert But,
four with the American Mr. Lear will remain, was stationed with none of u.
By Vlv.CLARK years the First Armored division was again elected ,
,d: Mrs. Adams '
Red Cross In the ITO: la back here for a number ef days before meeting at that time,
,=:: ooo>=:: ooo and bad the distinction of being of this class and Mrs
on her old stamping ground president motoring back to Califor Word received from Mr.
ARNOL BAUER. the only one attached to a division held the office of ,
t CHARLES O DAWES Mrs Marshall la the daughter and the club that was Teal who has Mrs. George Meskal. who C
20
for
1 142-W FORM VI(rRESIDENT of the late Mr. and Mri Edgar farthest forward in the lines. Secretary-treasurer years nia.Mrs. Florence Cave was hostess winter visitors here from 1 DnJ,.
St. Lucia Boulevard Phone In that capacity ;
VISITED ST. tUCIE ESTATES will continue
Lewis of Ankona, ploneera of This Red Cross tent near the contests at dinner Thursday' evening Minn" state on arrival homely
MANY YEARS AGO this sectiorl..With her la Mrt.Daisy Songs and scripture Her being Miss Peggy thermometer
guests registered
I front line was the only place n
._..__ __ amusements followed n
Charles O Dawej from Chicago Oretn many yean a winter where a OI could go and relax. were the Collier, Miss Annette Cave, Albert 25 below cero and, no win!
resident In Ankona, she taking by a sweet course. Dumond Merwln weather
I former vice-president and Backup In light when
A year and a half ago Mrs.Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Harold Riedel !bI,
'I the Lewis home after
over and Arthur Phillips wrote.
previous Ambassador to the went Into
Germany of Belle Glade have purchased
the death of Mrs. Marshall'suarents. who has
I Court ,of St. ,Jameswith Mrs.Dawes .' The home now the i with the occupation forces stationed additional river frontage In Walton been Miss the Mary house Kapplus guest of Miss t trM *. Katherine Morru, in
OUR OWN at Regensburg and there this bringing their holdings ; winter resident hen t,
la visiting his brother and property of Sam S. Hardwick. Collur left for ther homeIn
was regional supervisor over 18 to 1000 feet. The propertywas Peggy Milford. onn., came up h,
Mrs Marshall atlll In uniform up
I' slster-ln-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Be- Lexington. Ky, Friday
cluba. Her return to the states from Geol'leDoerschuck Palm Beach where she
purchased IlIDo,
TEABLACK enunciates Dawn In Hobe Sound. find wearing among her ribbons Mr and Mrs. Charles Tuttle, for
was on account of Mrs Green and stopping a visit
of Brooklyn with ,
when St. that of the : Theater Conk h
; Many yean ago European uncle and aunt of Victor
Illness It took her 80 Edenlawn: colony I last
yet days
; Joins the Lane Jennings prop. SundgToday's
I I Lucie Estates was under development with three major battle stars for fin, who have been guests of the !
to finally land In New York. I
I Mr. Dawei visited In the Analo, Casino and the Arno, erty on the north.' Conkllns from Mourovia. Cal., --
Strange but her Uniform had ,
home ,.of Major W. I. states ,her service experience no week
Shuman\ Influence In her efforts to come BIRTHS left the latter part of the
I now the Edna Ashley property. "Ironically enough, the most Interesting Orlando and Jack
I for
home by plane, hte UNO hayIng I The following clever' announcement lla"ro; t
: "
when her club
1,4.Ib. Box 1/2-lb. Box This visit renewed a friendship was under everything 'sewed up" she .has been received: motoring back 1
shall flre-wh.n
I begun when Major Shuman was men were
Food Administrator to Poland being wounded and killed, for stated. She then went to the by the many friends of Mr, and, home
week at Edenlawn
17c 31c ,American port of embarkation Mrs. Edward A. Lyman, the Spending a
I',under Herbert Hoover that was the time when everyone
I at Bremerhaven. : READ
'\ Last Thursday Mr. Dawes was arose to the occasion and there former Agnes Melvin of Spokane,
entertained' at a tag ,,luncheon was real teamwork Naturally Mrs. Marshall la Washington, who during the war I HOMECOMINGThe I
'''1 -- I given by Charles S. Davis at the In spite of constant rain, cold greatly Interested in the Red years lived In one of the Pitch-] Annual Homecoming Day

\ TREATS When In Stock Everglades club in Palm Beach.More mud to my knee and the constant Cross drive and wants to Me relief ford cottages facing the' Drive, cf the First Baptist church will'
f BAKERY I work of this' gnat organcation !-! and who played an very Important I
( I than fifty guests were In sound of mortar shells carried be held March 16 with Dr. John -- Milk -- Tod.,
Jane Parker Sugared attendance to honor Mr. Dawei looming, over my head and past on part In the entertainment of I of the '
J Tlgert, President Uni
VELJc L -.-- ---_ She was a speaker at the Red service men during the rellm.of Produced
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DONUTS, doz. 24c 'I Cross opening drive and backedup the service club In Jensebeach. everalty of Florida, as guest

'" -- .._ I her .words with a check for speaker. I and'Pa
Almond Flavored Q fII s $50, a contribution to the St She Is a talented artist and The people of the local Baptist

:i COf FEE CAKE, ea.. 31c 1 U
A R '" decorations for the day since the beginning of the' in in
'I Jane, Parker-Choice of Four 11 DR. AND MRS. J. A. GATtlN club, and the windows of the church I Gantt'
In 1023 It

1> POUND: CAKE, ea.___.. C!When In Stock [I I IY HOSTS Captain TO H MANY Colburn' VISITORS of the S3Zacapa seasonal post office The during announcement the holiday \\r a "day organization of worship In fellowship Bara 's airy

and offering, at which timean
Jane Parker Each FAVORITESV and supt of freight, reads:
I I DREFT32c Tom Davis, from New York, boyhood The Lyman Production Compan offering Is taken for the
P. O. Box 1042 State
HOTCROSSBU
2 11?
.S : I Y E friends of Dr. OaUln of of Church building fund.

Jane Parker EachJELLY I Eldred were dinner guests of Dr. Spokane, Washington All visitors and friends of the
FOR YOUR LENTEN MENTIS. RE RDLESS OF and Mrs Oatlln during the time Announces the 1047 church are Invited to participateIn
ROLL, 8-02.. cl ,,the Zacapa was docked at the a.lb.! 12-ounce Baby Model
the service and to for
I HOW SMALL YOUR FOOD BhoCET YOU CAN Indian River Refrigeration Ter. Dennis Melvin Lyman. stay FOR INFANTS
the dinner and fellowship period
minal Co. pier.
Released at ass: P. M.
1 Bollard STRETCH YOUR tV.TRADING AT This refrigerated steamship following the morning service ALFARI ILK
: PA TRY NEEDS. ALLOWANCJ Feb. 17, 1947 I
1 made the first post-war cargo Edward A. Lyman The financial goal this year

FLOUR iii PAPCO OKED ATCENTRAIMARKET service for fort Pierce and sail Designer and Chief Engineer, is $3,500 The chairman of'the I, The y Cas 5e
ed with 22000 boxes. of citrus Agnes M. Lyman finance committee L. C Kick-
I SHAD 14-oz.. can 25c fruit. BUY BONDS
Production Manager. liter, announces that
preliminary -
'!. Other guests In the Oatlln Feature of the New Model work Is done to
1 511. 44c'LEKO: NO 2 CaniERRIES being bring
home have
been Mr. and Mrs
,
Two lung power -Free Squealing
this matter to the attention of Mar Cre
BLUE
.33c
M. H. Durham from
"Whtre Rules"WE Hammond Knee Action a Dual Exhaust iery
economy La.. who stopped for few all members of the church. Special
a daysvisit
; ZUYDER [ZEE -Tio, 2 Can HANDLE N TIONAL BRANDS OF' enroute to Hollywod to see The Changeable Only Model Seat TO BE Covers Put Out recognition will be given to WEST PALM BEACH

Sunnydeld ASPA AGUS 39c CANNED GOODS their son Max Durham, Jr. a This Year the charter members of the <5< Flamingo Dr. Vhonn lit

I student of the Gainesville, Ga church. .
A Visit To Our Store Will Convince You Private ShowingsA
FLOUR IONDi ED -- No. 2 Can Military Academy with winter
I tA' CARR TS lOc Akron & 2nd St. J. BROOKS, Owner school In HollywOOd. From id-d daughter;:,-weighing S-lbs

they were accompanied by Mrs. It-ounces was born Feb. 27 In
51b.5 39c\IONAC\ GHEIN: ----- W. H. Brent, the mother of Mrs. the Fort Pierce hospital to Mr. DUTCH KITCHENAmerican

.2 No. 2 cans 27c LISTEN TO Un Durham home, also and a sister guest of In Mrs the Gat-Gat- the and Drive Mr ., George A. Sherrin of Style .

'P dlf17 lin.Over Mr. and Mri .Karl H. Burg
)IP-1 PREMIUM l last week end Mr. and traf of Blue Heaven of Eden, HOME COOKINGDAILY

"? CRACKERS7 St Mrs.Paul Harold. Minn.Richardson, and Delray from were In Palm Beech Monday for SPECIAL. PLATTjrfrW 7Sc ,

T lac Beach and Mr. a typical vacatiuq day Short Orders, San wichcgfilnd' LunchesTO
__ Relmer, and Mrs. F. W Mr. and Mrs.Al F. Henninger .
next door neighbors of and TARejpGT
: BETTY CROCKERBREAKFAftTRAY Mrs Brew: In Hammond, were from chlldraa Chicago: ire Jean at'thelr,and: Linda winter 1 Open. Daily 6 A.) M. to 2 pJLand 5 P. M. to 8 P. M.

luests home In Eden. Sundays 7iOOJ5 1\0 A. M.
24c ---.. i Mr. Henninger Is Pres of Anglo Krueger Bld,. C. H. Stof T, M \ Old Dixie Hiwif
Mr. and Mrs William Olsle of
--- ---- Corporation, manufacturersof
CUT RITE the Jay-Lll apartments,Rio, and electronic equipment He Is

I Every owners of West Point Park Pa., also an Inventor, his patents being -
WAX PAPER 15ciPa left for their northern home last
used In traffic and signal
T' Mon., Wed., Frt., week end. lights His latest Invention DO-NUTS
Is 4
Mrs I
9:45 A. 1 1WIRA Helen Kelley who has a flash light that will not bum
been the house guest of Mr. and Tatty, Delicious

{ Choose A & P fruit and Vegetables Mrs. Louis Bell Edaaon at Mart- out.Mr, and Mrs Joseph Klerman, "
bet Plantation took Try So nVith Your
} I plane at sister of Mrs. 'William F.' Mc-
FRESH GREEN Florida Morrison Field, West Palm
8w
envy, of Walton I are from min Coffee
;
Beach for her =
home In Flush r
ONIONS bunch Brooklyn:After
.E ing last week.ArrIving a short visit with
ORANGES the McSweeneys that have taken ,, 3, CAKES, ROLLS
I TENDER GREENBROCCOLI Friday for a visit with residence In the new Fort Pierce
I the Edasons were Mr. and Mrs. Beach Casino hotel sled Daily
bch. 9c where they
I C. W Becker from West Haven, will remain for a month.

YELLOW Dos 21c Conn. --..;... Handy-Pantry
a RANK Monday afternoon Mrs. Becker PANCAKE: PETE NEWMAN Pastry Shop
ONIONS,3.lbs. c --- and Mrs. Edaaon were tea guests GETS
SURPRISE .
I Crisp PARKER of Mrs. James M annon'ln Eld- Beyer Bldt Akron & 2nd St
u. S. No. 1 WHITE-10.IbJ i red. Pancake Pete' Newman of
File Radio and
POTATOES CELERY reasy Mr and Mrs. R g. Shopbell from Sleeplr Majestic Hollow records Ranch fame, his
have '
returned
to their
1 .1 I Kansas home In host LeRoy Krause, winter visitor
City after
GREEN TOPCARROTS I a month stay from
Large with the latter Lansdale, Pa., and Mr. YOU WILL OUR
mother VISIT
2-bch.,19c, 18cr.t key ter. Mrs Aurella Teal and sis and Mrs. Eddy: Wood went over
talk. and Miss to the
---- Orange Festival
4-DOZ. SIZELETTUCE 1\ Florence 'Teal-of Eldred, and took in the rodeo. e.t'Dlvle Pete almost STORE 'YOU WILL FINDA

,,'. 2 heads.29c Mrs. jumped from his seat when
Aurella
orne Beauty Teal and Miss SPECIAL
he saw four of his SELECTIONOF
Florence Teal attended the cowboys, also
It, NORTHERN BELL ly Traditional year vacationing In Florida, doing
Event
SPINACH, 2lbs. .. .29c APPLES KgYa._ .BREADBAKERS Mrs. jt F. Adams In Fort given Pierce by .stunts Buddy at that show. These boys
f, recently Mrs. Medford noted calf I
r --- tORRA/kE Adams has served
/ roper.Red
Wilmer
,
; FRESH home Buddy Kesler

!IS' I BEETS, large bunch .,.17c 2 b. 29c I I Iln--the- First department Presbyterian chairman Sunday bull and prizes Buck for McDowell roclnir.- -', hrnnm-won_ _1.2.3-...A.- QUALITY

riding U.
3, t I
They are all profisslonals,work
I Choose A & P Superite eats at Sleepy Hollow Ranch In sum i GROCERIESMEATS

fi TABLE DRESSED D e mer, and a great part of winters
do stunts
TURKEYS ir'; 'Ib---: \ 49c theltre. at Madison Square

i _- .-. Petet outdoor arena at Sleepy AND VEGETABLES
Hollow Ranch Ls larger than
ENGLISH CUT | Table fretted Madison Square, and he has TO MAKE .

PORK; CHOPS, I ... ..59c Just Installed a new $10.ooo light- YOUR MEAL A / DELIGHT FOR
F FOWL L Ing system there. EVERY MEMBER OF '
You Can
I LAMB SHOULDER Depend on Cromer'sTo'Supply MILY,

ROAST ...49c Madteon Weeks, :Eldred ac- WE HAVE
square lut ; ( fompanied Mr and Mrs A. W. EVERYTHMtClVHELP YOU PREPARE .

VEAL SHOULDERROAST 31/a1I41 3c You With the Bnest Winter Produce Seeley going for to New a physical York.: Mr. Weeks BALANCED, TASTY A>D NUTRITIOUS

lb. .............49c Fresh CulhtMULLET Supplied Both Locally and by Qier "Prime 'Produc. and Mt-after and a Mr Tacatlon.* Beele'check-up in"""faIng Fort- MEALS. \

COOKED

CRAWFISH, lb ... ......Age ing" Areas In tf Na n. Mra.Lauderdale GaUln.and a visit to Dr.and MAKE IT A HABIT TO SHOP



I =FILLETS, lb. __. .. ..31c '2 2I3UPERITE 1 .29c I Comer'l'h.1 won a reputation through th years for supplying only.th beat'of Joseph Honoring KresslB the from blrthday Jersey city' of, AT j

Mr.
and Mr* John
--- Roenbeck
crisp, garden fresh vegetables. _
T of
Ankona ,
: entertained
with a

CLUB STEAK 67c dutch Quests lunch Invited last for Friday the evening. ANTHONY'S
: occasion .
u,' The Compl e Food StoreCROME'R'S Joseph were Mrs.WorthIngton Kreaslg:Mr.and and John 1Ira. '

a
Roenbeck. Jr,who came up from
Defray! Beach where he 11 spendIng MEMBER: ,
MARKET part of his WInter vacation

Economy '
THsT CT TO tMTI JTORB!: JET" and'< Mrs Roger Hubbard Grocery
t moved to ,
WIDtuna reUsmere few
mONB M HOME
web ago have returned to their OWNED FRIENDLY: OPERATED

WHERE SERVICE COUNTS.,.-WE WIN home in Eden, the doctor setting till 8. Akron Aye. W1BEUVW Telephone l4n. ;
up practice In the New.Fort
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C1tKN1 {' ARC' 1 180,000; PERMITCosfnuedfrosnpageteP'. I tomobflt ;deal !",, three u effltors -' us in the! 1947 legislature; i can be depended upon to do an entitled to our confidence k tare f

_. $1,261, REACHED ( ( ) 1 cltrusigrowers, two are druggists while .one, two minister are-' to boa,good average i gr I average legislative Job. They, and our support. ",6, { I 11$

to Mart Women creates an attractive architectural one saw-mill operator One ----- j I I"", I I.' '

INUNHIllfEact B E design young started the, dairyman one accountant, one I : + /
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building last month and expects turpentine operator and one 'f I 11ft'11ft'c'
Mary. ail rtau I "
Br Flora A.: Alexander. R. x? MOSS DRIVE to have It ready for..occupancy fisherman Surprising art Is the listed fact that out ; ,
Ve.l iseet within the} next few weeks The
the Southeastern M g .ers ,.>,
Win of the tit members M
office cMf .t the American Red Surf Soda For dining room ls SO feet long bIt >, less than half profess only to be or i'ea' ;

,?? StUart UIIt GETS UNDERWAY $4,DOO Goal feet. A private water system church members Sixtyeightclaim I ANOilER FINE SERVICE
'to\ eo duce! a series of and tas-hettlng system is being no church affiliation. : :
Stuart
school
for woof high band campaign :
education classes Installed !In the building These the Tampa Tribune Opines )
1 r the/ communities of Mar FOR S4.000$ GOAL Marvin has reached IU81, Mrs. The owners plan to operate will be termed"heathen."At least ,, r.
Kowell drift chairman,
Minty. All themselves women are of Invltr themlined announced today. stating that the business }themselvei and although they art honest and make no I .
..avail effort to the cloak of
the organisation Is- appreciative I the housing accommodtJ ,- wrap religion
courses which are Volunteer Workers of Initial mall donations and' for motorists are not scheduled I about themselves and) that '
Unit I Feted
Unit t and At
into to mind ,
is commendable I
requiring sis two-hour Dinner Al Chlsholm'i will launch a campaign by tolnnteers for immediate constructions While my the Baptists usually PERFORMED FOR YOU 1 ''f,
In the near future Here I due to scarcity of many ,
Walters In ;; Is the list of donors to date the being have the edge, It /Is not so with I ,
jroximately! 1MOW wtltllette ml Red Cross I materials ground are
this for the !
Prey Acknowledged..... .. ..ITUMr legislature among 1, ,. .
fund
completed these campaign heard Dr. with and
Earl palms .,
7 e \1. 8. "n4 C. B.km., tMK landscaped 46 who claim to be church members 'I' .
_. last year and the medical C. Barkley of West Palm Beach .* M..i..:.'. Gtmbta 15 shrubs and a section ot lawn Methodists claim a total of d 1';t'.t

don has recommended that launch the drive at a kick-off a.a.d,' T Mn.I. G .r-.ph> a. "tn,.k. : has been set Attractive driveways 25 against the runner-up Baptists \:
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member of each family dinner Friday night a Chlsholm M.. .n4 Mn. D. S Mudta* II are included In the landscaping who have Only It Others I : '
id have the Information of Dr. Karkley .Is an active volunteer Calea.k Mr* tort tt s..... I. plansContractor represent a scattering of denominations i By This Bank j i I !

txtbook used along with the In the Palm Beach County Mr. .M M,.drift. IZ, RmiM.ll.; 1' 1'it ..
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1 illustrated with lifeinuil Red Cross chapter and was Mr. .1,4 Mr. A. L. Wllmot/ Young also building 1i,
1t wartime I .
ret
Mr d. I :. : While these statistics are In* ,
snd .
Mr.| H Tilt. two attractive homes, on ', ltl 'r
aids and charts. Dur- chairman> the East Coast ,.... Alrrrt. Honrtk hje. t; q
1
tell
rttlcal periods -*. such as Camp and Hospital Council. II.... Km. O. U.n.nl I Fourth St, for Arthur Dehon and lerestlng, they dont really i ,,' -' e.I e. >' f
statistics show "Know Your Red Cross" Mr. ..4 Mn. John O'D., a' took out permit this week fora us much about these men The :-: Iit:
disaster! he told .. .., a ;
jr M P, O'Nwl. I fact that has been to college I I ( ,5 1 ', rt. '
one out of six homes has local volunteers "learn what It Mr, ..< Mr.. S. W. Tryt.. II 12 x 24 addition (to the Paul a man L zti( ,?J r l "J I ', !'li

In normal times the ratioe Is doing for servicemen for Tk Mr.. .1d Lrrto Mr.Tkmm, 0. A St. OHM_ .., : Thomas store on the south Navy. has seen belongs service to In a the church Armyor I ,, '. :, ',,,:r, i''Ii
in ten The need for In. veterans and their families/ and Mr and Mn OIU M.to.uh : his "'" t
Dixie. Mr. Young is proud of '
R. A..... and during his lift has engaged I .'.',' : \ ; (<'14
of the family dur-. for the man to whom Sr-EJSriT 1 ,
ent cart you speak O. D...s" crew of IS of which It workmenare In this or that business doesnt : .,
nth normal times and In Dr. Barkley pointed out that Red Mn, Marl.. MrCtilloiwbMr a 1, -RECORDAK-: ,\ l'Ur'
II r. ..4 Is.., n.rn.. ..... ... ate. "Every contract we necessarily Indicate his qualifications "
Cross "
the is
of Illness prompted> organised to act whenever ;
B 11,. ..4 sec. w. a. .mrh. ea have, he said today. "Is. being as a law-maker :);: 1' i v ;
Cross in 1)14 to institute and wherever disaster II". ..4 M... Retort .. CIa.N II '" It
the nation for strikes "In fact M,, J. P. Wlth.r done under a llgltimate priority It will probably develop that .
It often
PI all over beats a" C Ctammt. ,:' ,' ...,. t'' ..It ,<
Iii the government.; the members who claim '
j1L. permit by among ,
protection of families. The a storm to the spot", he said Rfixr. "t\"I\"I "
am has continued since "It .Is on the job every minute of II... Shrrkurnt.. ....._ e none of these advantages. a _, ",,1-I,! \ ', ,. If!
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r time every day at every place In the. as,. and :.....cfc.ti, 't..CB.-t ;; .;;... I:: number will be found who will :l." ,' \ I I
sj Alexander stated. today United States-. II", and M... M. G. Utt.... III prove themselves splendid legislators : \ : t f'
ehsrk I.d....... _._ Too toCLASSIFY I
because of their'
an Late honesty, j
while the courses are call. Lloyd Travis, chapter chairman Y rw Y. C. M o.,. i I "
Home Nursing", they are presided at the dinner R.Mart.... W.s.'r Clue : II : courage and good Judgment ; : :

led u s guide for Intelligentof meeting; and Mrs Herbert Sudhoff -> M... L.PTA a.....:. '1 II At best the job of a Aulnm-Ulc UotnrdinAf Pvcry Wrk( Which I Pnaso Thrntifh the Tnnk. f" J
the family to forestall sang accompanied by Mrs. M P.ka N. Pr.b5llw Jo1c /:' e .U most trying for those .1 Sr!{/ r.

sj, to meet emergencies unh Edna Coutant. The campaign !. ..Rw is,.,Tlw.w.ll.r.C1,... j,;, 5as I By RUSSELL KAY sincerely accept Its responsibilities I. I i
doctor arrives and to workers heard George Hlronlmus I ,. ..4 II... WrRe c..d I and tackle the work seriously I ,, (,
the describe l"orId. Poww ..d LI1rh./ Cca.. Its I It keen mind andsn I I I' r
i both parents Import. vividly the 1927 tornado Mn ..d M... A. 1'. Kn.w1r requires a '
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of pre.natal and poet-natal and flood In St. Louis and Red M,. wed M... C.r'' I. a... II'II''' understanding heart to analyze '. f '
and the proper developmente Cross disaster relief measures J.wa:Mr. l.a.:..IIe--Aw,... LMJ.-: I:i With another legislative sesslon each problem withstandthe I F d"" I '
sin r-t, Our Rt-cfirdak rilon < \: n Perfect RPrording< SykiUm ''Afortlind( j jI.
growing child Fathers as there In which he took part. i Mn.M : A. NwdY In the offing,,any Information pressure and arrive at an y ) 1
is mothers are Invited to Miss Mary Shackelford executive i Mr Mow, and R. MerNn.w::: : M.e? I: : that gives us some idea of Intelligent decisionThe i I'roltction T/I/ Our CiJriniPi'fa I. : la

clpate In the classes secretary of Martin County IS..cd a,.. W.Is. Jisw1 11: the kind ot men who will serve coming session promises : "I '1rrf
it 114 entitled "Tht Care o chapter outlined the chapters M' Cor'.' TaA.r II us In the House and Senate. Is of to be plenty tough, for law-mak-
Sick" and Unit 2. "Mother program for the year which will GA M, J.e end Mn.e... Y.Don.lA Whoa. MCk.e. ::1M" genuine Interest eta will find themselves, .besieged. I f IJ' j '
bent feature I.. c...,... of State Bob Cray with demands for i '
Care and Family home nursing classes I Secretary Increased appropriations i i ;
:
C. L...... Co..... + .n
Ji" They may be taken nutrition Instruction and demonstration .. ..,. Ir..'. 'FH.. U has been studying the list of on the one hand : ''I 1
ntely and singly or both and flrst-ald classes In J'J". ... R. H. 1011I. e members and In a press release and opposition on the part of < h Chock i i 'h< ( iprnphod on Microfilm It : .1 ;
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may be taken ilmulUne- addition to production and home Kut... r Omrn l L.,OHfflu...... Com. ..., '. f 1 this week gives us some InterestIng '; business. Industry and the pub i .- 1 I .1::
Each unit Is conducted three service which go on without Mr. .wd Mn. l.l. Rep ; facts about the background, lie to more taxes : !
CtJ
i a week or two weeks ats Interruption Mr.Mr Prank, w.Will/KOMM. J personalities vocations and religious It will not be easy to look I; I ,
planned to suit the reglsA I Mr r-fw. A. "." e I affiliations of the 134 ahead for the next two years and .:, ; -
SALERNO W MEN M' I men who will occupy legislative determine how much money a IJ '
m City classes are being ASK BOARD AID IN I TOTt ..5l.rdtLmetei. seats at the coming session/ state department or bureau 'I ,I : )
Monday. Wednesday and COMMUNITY PROBLEMS While Secretary Gray doesn't should have to operate efficient :
V at 7.30 p. m at the Unionh ADVCRTISCMtKf- --------- tell us how far they would reach 1). Indications are that some of '' I r
this week and next. Mrs Mrs Jack Saunderson. president .IN frit COUNTY. JUDCfS COURT IN If laid end to end he does reveal the present sources of revenue ,
Packard Is the sponsor for of' the Salerno Parent- r AND'LOR ID POR\. MARTIN. COUNTY. that of the 134 only 55 are na will level aft within the next 241 I CITIZENS BANK of STUART 11 t'sltl.ra j"j"iJ1

amstructlon. Teacher association, headed a IN MOB ATINOTtrt live born !'Iorldlane.H. months as the wild spending and i
for colored people delegation: at the county board IN U, r.9TA"rJl ORte j; t further reveals that 87 have gambling slacks up and folks
ort Maysca will start March meeting Wednesday to ask aid GtIIRGIC: II. CHAM, .1.. ...... I RnwaeJ had the benefit of college training begin to get their feet back on 1'f
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ith\ classes to be conducted In several community problems c.o. t. GI. I that 39 have experienced the ground. | ,: i

p. m. in the colored school She was joined, by Mrs Jennie To CREDITORM military service, U In World War There will bllhebeCOI: [ : The Pink ur rmonnl :service _..._ I.}
Oartland and the school Baldwin president of the Salerno SONS AIL HAVINO rurMTORs rt AIMS AND cm jAOAINST AN PRR-DR 1 and 20 In World War U. good laws passed : ...aaw ... .,
to are sponsoring this Cemetery association, Mrs. SAIL>> 'KSTATTiimlHM : : The average age for membersof session and by the same token
P. Douglas Shelton and Mrs Clara Vo.' and... .Maul..h. at d.you _, h.r.b. tin House Is 45 and for mem.. there will be some1 bad and fool- I
s. O. D Hataway it Indian. Mae Douglas ... d..awdr h'' ... ., NthwN .firekiws ben of the Senate it Is 48. ish ones All we can do is wait : H 1.

Is the sponsor there This. The women explained that of Gf..., w.r 8. OibW A.w .:...tM. ..stows Cs. Turning to vocations, his and see what happens As it looks '
'if will be given In the after they had cleaned up their cemetery Oil'*iwiS. .. _..d..' ,. N Y.rtlw study of the record shows that from here the men who serve j Hj, I
s, !beginning March 17...&tWarfleld and had a committee who County. .. PlorMtof 'n Inn" {.ANur II.Conte. ., as usual lawyers are far In the :
school The first would sponsor its upkeep if the ... elI. Casty.ho...In 01 hl., nNlw flee tba.ty le. IC.twwtf lead with 7t or more than half, 1:1" ; ;,
In Salerno, sponsor by Mr* musty would clear out the road : 4).wrih. .M M.. C.un.. .,. giving their occupation as '.Attorney .
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/ .h. '/
Anderson county ARC and remove the old junk cars RbMd..h.Mthoed/. Ra IM ?.... n. Iwtbhaeef. .. .at-Law." Since they play : I
rman of Home Nursing'will which had been deposited along Mid' "... w a....04. ....s.1.a the roll of law-makers this ls a 1 ,lit I I

eld from Ito S p. m. at the the right-of-way during the ..d b And.M.W ,".Idr..ee. to Oft' .lhr....a.....oral.. normal and natural situation. ; ( .
Odlat church beginning years Practically no one has .. : ':" ;: ,4, The balance Of the members AnnouncementEarl
& Inn. I used the cemetery for many Dot. Y.reh 10'US8111. O. Itdr.P.Ra1Na. represent varied occupations,
women, sponsored by years It was stated but the city A. Ad.li.t.Ois C.,. Twt.leewl. A. four are In the livestock business
W. E. Til:.on. sr. are taking now wants to have a cemetery II ..I..,.known tm .t.t.t..1. (ton. t,0-er Glbk.KURTI ,... _S. Qlkk.,..'.:. four lay claim to the title f .
I from t to10p.m.and I of Its own Instead of using the RrFD SAFPENVIELD a Realtors four are contractors. 11.;ir i/:

I will likely be conducted Stuart cemeteryThe 'U'> coopra Pin Am.i ... R.l..k SulMIMLCOAL Three give their vocation as au- 1
he afternoons of the same women also asked that MI..I II, Florid* t
speeding be stopped through the ".,. I,. Ad.InNtr.41e. CU.iI. lllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIICARD
ere Is no charge for the town especially in the school .... Iaonh. A..I. U., OF THANKSThe B. Dugan and Roy Barnett t :

The text book may be tone In which they asked to have ADVERT cur ,
family of the last Fred
hued for to cent if the signs placed. The board agreed NOTICE 0' INTENTION attlSTtIt/ I
tint desires to own It and : to comply with all the requests. FICTITIOUS tNOTICa Roberts wish to express their
: .I5 YEHBS: : VaN la./ led heartfelt
tl women have already undo..,..... ...... ....1..... ofCh. appreciation their ;' "
4 boot"I wouldn't tate $3 for BE VICIOUS INCARCERATED DOG TO .Ltl.....' II., I"ra7rN Low' ,Jth./ '.'.'.''rloIo.. CMk Aet.N NIM kindness neighbors and and sympathy friends tpr shown the Take Pleasure In Announcing To Its Patrons and the Public ;:r ..1

as a home referenceAlexander t1rouN '... ... fen ." ,
hiss conducts aPT County' commissioners were C....", rNr. r.wirt. 01 ._ during their recent grief ..
.1 .euNleab1. ,h. rl.U. MRS. ANASTASI ROBERTS :
Interesting class with requested yesterday to take ... ., r. SN t' "
l 17 of pictures to emphasise some action regarding a .Ti.i.i t : ,RallOrPil.. a.Aer .. AND FAMILY >t ti

Points Women who have dog at Jensen Beach ....hlrh.., FMM J.. "hot nun par lit/I......oJ.......... aBt No 111111111111I11I11I111I1111I111I111111I111I111111 The Purchase ofTOMMY'S :
led to keep charts and dally bitten child several ..1' ........ M '0110... IHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIMIICARD i
rdl of their patient at home sheriff was Instructed to VICIOU'j tAN'RbrMe. 'IbAN.Ati. I i I''
used In hospitals): who have the dog which .had M.... 5, I te. U. CARD OF THANKSWe I a
<4 to make family of puppies -
sick bed a professlonal"I administer- at a veteranlans and M Mrs. Dw ht fl. Green and take this means of expressing
lane and other; amined for rabies. Mrs Helen B Leigh of Chicagoare our sincere thanks to
treatments
rdered by the physician and led to a resolution prohibiting house guests of Mrs Andrew all who sent flowers and expressed and IC

set!! emergencies while await dogs from being turned loose T. Berkey at,.. Sunrise'. Ion Governor sympathy to the recent BAR GRILL :
loss of our husband and1 father, ,
Lh. Jensen Beach where 1
i Srtval ot the doctor have on children many. Green, who vacationed at Frank K.: McCord. ij

of a self-confidence and play sunrise Inn last year, was Unable MRS. FRANK E. McCORD and '\. ,
well-being
which has
his wife here DAUGHTER, HELEN.
to
accompany;
dmany to exclaim "Oh I before 1 I learned the proper way FL/RIDA r.l
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CONTINUE: TH AME HIGH STANDARD OF FOOD, SERVICE AND
Hits OF YESTERD And

MIXED; DRINKS WjflCH. HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FIRM'S REPUTATION P "

/ Your fVrorita/Tool :
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ADDTOYOUKJGJBLLECTION ;,. i11.. Mt1 ..._ t get a" ..! ..tMS Your Continued Patronage Appreciated : i'i '

SYMPHONIES JflHERAS etch rast.g II .. ge .. work i
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?OPULAR VPSY MUSIC MUSIC /yftllXBILLY AMERICAN SPIRITUALS MUSIC jay,Thesis plafm' t 51.0.14 Base- pay deelM aye from that The Grill Will Continue to Be Operated Under Direction of A. Tsimas'' : .

tM UnM I stet out .f bed to the .
ONC STORIES f IRISH BALLADS maralnf iBtll I go 'back to M. stni.M. ,

MUSICAL STCRIES FOR CHILDREN to M. pay This pt what.*It.:I like nil th.m/"por-"bod

tal to jortil" Ides only store .*.
WALTZES DROP IN AND GET ACQUAINTED tCOCKTAILS
LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC If 1 getup tit tf isles wsm1d '
somebody ought t. start W
tag m. rt iW.." momut K Iat 4
HUTTO' .. 'l, gels! stnnatk to ,work. ',." 'I 1 ,

.; 'ocbo4y 1iI!, '' eight to 'tt tot for PACKAGE GOODS MIXED DRINKS r

PLIAIYCE Cp; I RAplO' AND A C.... maybe...;w, eegit .. .
J ft IM eves fee sle.pleg. daee <; '.i '
Osceola Ave. Oppoiki Fire Sept. Jut., sat tttkcs 1.c ttttot aWl M ,..." ",... ': :'::"I.. ,
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I FOR SALE I SERVICES OFFERED. "CIIOII II OoOdoM I of .tko _; 'NTENT TO REGISTER __ INT YOli.nNOtlCl APPLY MOTICSI ,
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id ", '"", "I'l., L.l off WhIW P.I '1 INCOMK) KKCORD BOOKLlbnl 'I II, J."ItIrts -- "" M. l 011'' lito L'MbW.. of mefallsom 0.
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.", klilt 1. I I ,-.. ION, keep romords .is a wee-rosts 6-1- 'oh, w.. ."sdg&. of. films of | 1. will the OrrkofClr will be -" 94L '- ill" 6.

Total Awat the .j ':" .br "I ilmr twthose. 9L.11j. I U.404 .rB E E ZED I G 110. ?Iloolk ties ..lt Co rt. lo fed! lor Mai"oOooalr t tr":: :?: = ar boa : ,. I 0 Ill- 10ltumof "itN
( :* !"' AIKHO l ,. own ,. ym Ask for. X--. a It> riortd' UP" fc KN of Voist I'll' book be 0 1@1-
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am de
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: \ I ; ; --- I 5 IN. S E P : ;: balI -. mov% o .'"I : SA.. Aot t ladalf Va S. classes Deals.of"I I.A.17..
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kiijtM PAYROLL' HOOK-If........ fmliveri THII JINX.I .ad. k /110. ..o/i..1oo I father wkk t ,
': fine.,. d.',64" *64W1 .. lull.'. .aeas"I "Is" "it street, zotem, ...I.. Nets'" I 'he r DE. 5 E T Q the".15': ::!llI was" t,1. b.from I a:* X.-r-,::; Chmw" I 1 I ,7-1 .. .t.I'\d" Aide" ."u jd lo IM.UOM ol 'otwt? i
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"j'I FOft RENT It at 1,*'I Ai.". __Ata vs tax* and.v.' metal I. 'or owers orouritr, .r----I: I Li.: 5'I'll' E R. D U L II u. orkam oomil. ses to"as partive otalloves' futures J" .. 4 6"iome or 0ma. ollol total"of' '; D,I''; _by_ few_ I firef that so110"MrUo. Interested, lo '

APARTMENTS ... I-I.P. Aal f.. toat. t .....O None .to am QED I Itangumal I N' 'atfNisley ,1.J.g4 r o.trol Onw 9umtm-rmlf- nk a'L
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\ I ',.'10..atv"t"e", ""i.el ereen Ia "..... j PORTABLE WELDING 114. Ingle"Im... K R T TAN I u. .... I la WE MAY 14"1111NAF .1 dles Board -9 r Co. lass the as"6 sew.9 YWIII so, at. ad ,
",,,.".. ,I.> ..... MI' itFOI4 i ... I I v Littorn Xitllk Clorkek, be "
I -" -- SERVICEJANYWfIER9AVYTIME Chr.. oro"! L. R EC'M II E .j ; ;;:; :: ON CLUMS14711Not. -we bmv, .4 1.4 No theireve, I ADVERTiEMIft?
I HI'' 111 fl. 14.0 P"., ,.W. Cast If. PILI thl Mi.11 4, a. 3 from, At ", 1. "it "a. .If" & "a
I OKI t ;du. ," a ON, I"U..bw". Walker, .: R F I NS TISEARN-T .1 Ili. Do. ILI; &-.ill &Ub--
i\ii.i.I I T'I I JWr-449s.- W G- ,. ...". .....10, t II ) 11. Illaving' ul 1 SL Iformor title L AAL ZV ties last ON little a of lit Clavier NOTICE IF INTENTIOf TO lit BaU
I ___ central I !S IT IE N C Oil ; the : Im IT, a. nelied be Ch tw 14.111011. FrCtmoui IAME ,
1(13 m rp.;; r4lu ,it 1K. I II I" I Wk-IINN. w. air* OXYCEN. CETYLlNE OR Of A.f'? Ij0TKj OF I TE ION TO APPLY Asks at al. so, iwv NOT > KR.BYK Ivan the
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V I LAUN SERVICE 41 70it easy be %-it ro>ldlu that (n tk. Paper I erblith, r $ban IN
FO ,ALE: 1200 t condition.1 eo" a I uction < id Will. *1 ,, or .that satorsek LEGAL ADVIRTtIN Holmes a sow

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I fees Ovidefrod the sublinir bond ons.traft to
I 4k; just lainted A f 1 boat for Marin< E iner Completely -' I Your laund arefullywashed rf/All I I .1 the .twt to be rer"i-ell THE COURTJUDGE. MARTI .( CO it Ty.COUNTY WIT" logo 4d III Court aol A. j too,

0 I Iii an FI sheets far debt mr may be more (or SIAIL OF FLOU at chi. net is City of Kom,
trolUd and river fit Phone including Work .
I mi equip I I ------ paiii-Log mail astre4thris the -rho tt troll$ Ila IkU tk. II
ii 1 31-J. tf marine toilet at reasonle pillow-liOlips, te., ironed and of the 11,10, DeNa the -tifertis of IN RKt loTAT20011LIXANKIN F 1141,
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I k See SAM Stuart can five NOTICII, or INTENTION TO UGISTER "dent. boo bees admittod' to orooatodate I. BOARD OP! CO ,UIIOMpRSOPEVhBGK j jAH Coe. FleriFeb. Is Court It
e. two da'J'j and will FICTITIOUS' NAM this Court, You am beeel "Nommedo"dislikh. GLADES 0 DISTRICT ,
srwlkt Smith'stlon illing WaI Capt Ed. mraning you lervice; NOTICK U HtRbllY ClVtll, o that the so. indirudew ates a INO.. D. HIL8AhKC9. rrdllura of INkr I. at* ad sithersion- 18 0. 21, mels 6. 11,941.,

I ,if"I up a&l deliver your .r>d>r.ivii, .4.. .... < .".. 01 of Ik. first oiikl t4 .1 this I ,,I-.*. berth Model T.jam. IsIthatelialb .
erne, Frl I y only. Mn Ceases KttI. 111.7r'../Id. Act N"i". lit this' ... noted ,has 'F.b & T.A.. &e ird, -asions.- 11 VZATISEtAgNT
t 11.1 .,, "I rom U sj thu ecomonical: i ,I at 194 evii Castle 01 0 aniwor C('|riif she.amor y to. 11941 oMIflod. ..d ... on file &or

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Can... l'' 10c PIK POUND "hI.h, I seamed. III Ismi, at 81.. North I, II.hi, 17, 114! SPECIAL Olt the .... oJ the, ..h'I.' .".. oftali. MARTI co HXIRIDIt I1IDCI
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.We ..... J ill' N. ,..,. ., N.11 Gibbons dot. f, klemelf, 4.4 KSIA1KHKM: I Iwrt (ON .. .",,101010.01 FOR P Ga OF RED TOP KITCHBN. arbitoo 11.1lent.1; .. 7, both PA-rell
.". : Feb. ;i' t I ) '.Ill II'I CHARLE J)JACKSON as trust" for Us, Is ''bh...: and ..01 NW', | 8W'I .inl< lI. SPECIAL 011 LECISLATION Me-sivied. .I. be.1_. items, Irke. i 1.l rinst al, THK 1 1011

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Ir"I, 1 -u NO, ", I' St.Write Frank W. .. NOTICE II H-a GIVEN Th.* at am as normal of -M >"
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MARY CHICION C ,..,I I :.;:, J.11o 8. l4oltowitsL
't : II .t.. ." ,I. -11-lo'd joh the Samoan of t '111.1.14" .9 the C I hims" ...w .
p" II" 'A. me The I.1.1h will kt ox1
,, : *. Box 485i Pop.. d-sedt le- W low J, IIAI16 am II. I II .h .10 and k.tto.

I 11.0'1w"Ntri"b.' Z. ".1'' '". ,I. ...KS..y 'I ;1;'.,,:",".. !,",1.1.1'.' I,,.,'".,. ..0'-,...... """d.I.,'I.", ..-.'liimI ef.I M -a.t.'""' ill.*"' 0.P."I- Lit.. oof bA Frank: 6.4 :w.: #hours.I. ,IJ..JI.n..A I NU..I 1.. I I'PLAT... or... state 6.1, 1..1.r.......wo.,, wo 6 Will eastrame Im.nembe asAirell EVA CL&MKNTHFk irk IrNmds. a,plailer.ea"ne. 0 0 6.4 Of ftlih ove-ky wqotaxim mill

't 41 ,," -I ,"-I N. ""- O.1uh.., for the -.- .. .1 Ner 6-1 kv... it. 27. North 6,
I 1 J.to I. .1 ,: a"-- 11., d-. 4 .-.b litfiret. PALAI I. f is 14 .44111.4ww 9tive
-- I." ... _" Do..... .. 'h'I'. 1, "I'l' i yuor be.& ON I an .' IF IN ; t.:, ;'.:, ris I : T.-. 1\; .%,it..% the. ,.hot.. .bkk I. a rot. illemor 0 0 veWe
MH" I' t .... charle:1. Los% latest. LlCGAL AOWa
11111" Nal, litiamD.ItAIt. ,-:,.". .4 to rm-41-11.1" Pmel. awerwaird; 81.1 at: 3 some go "ledINAN1.01a
I k" ""i I TOM"I HAPII It.-I P.d "re. li A. Act re.. I to la.evelod" -----.mm- -
.." Not -id'am I. 00 W. 7 strark, N.. of
___ MEN __ __ ...... .... Drainage, lJ'oIl'.hI'' '.. that .10. NOT $
York at .
1 VVY, fAti. No. Y I I'Male .leirit., + (C'' Addl1wril., -flow IS adtaum
: PAYROLL 'HIS' ''k<. ". "",,' II" If 'JAN an"61 .1w Alitle, he" pad., Pope, whose real I lillekory' IAI.M fin f UNS, relbol, I' Board of c:_., ont offit, We.111al : at the "Irl IFkrives
111 .: !!::: I 11M II IWf' t tIlAjt ilkDrus .,.. : ...11 It Power ... as.her" NOTICkOF SALE 1 PLUS COY. of
Wllhhold'' .. 10.. .1d ..I H" 1 Gem u street. fl.risdelo. it : tII..b: TH. in' HK.LoU ,..1.. 14 = VJtNMKNT: .1 .6 .
,
J I'll I hem -mg NO N- : %"NH'IS! Pon. Fleeter. it .Bull N. P... I *.no- to I areas IN. a- REAL Pal .. T red.ft $lot* of Youth frequireed 1. anam
r. f:.ro I '. ....I I 11 ill 11 I I I-IIIII ..-tIont 01 We. I .011 within the pairm Afrivies" .
I I iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiCES I I I I I I I I I I I INO amid..." ask .". Poses It's.t thes. 1441 I"y' at ".
I 'n boundaries .f' 0 ricti. .. ......... liftimptato strook, 101. .,I.. t-"Xzl.;
-. -Ids- *.it-. V... "manPalm. 1. t 10 :... I ..it S, .Uk C.- I J. ,
GET VOCIR idn.m. I ,I ;". I b. "ItRAIM i'MAf'P. \ idurromords Ruth 1111drity, Vow Work I, ... I..,I I .. .. -Nivu a. fee ...Is me.7 Or 01 Its .hands.. .H..k. brevity. ,1... "I.. th a6" tol" IIkonof release %he
11 11I I !" .. ... Metkvv ". '.. I1a ., too.. fur d".1_.1 it'
0 II .. ithoseIda.. .1 ed.b.
11' KIX1K soldih"U.FAA
i 11010." I -I If 111111111111 I. 'DO Permits. : PAR a '11'... .1, al.-F tram noution .1
I I IAIP, ? fIAN' 11111111111 'iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiin bletfifft. II 7",. PSettle .. Goo. Lot t M... -...... dNopervit.. Property Art of 1644 liZents sold
I 11.11 SALE: N... ", ." 4A .'h'-rh",, ,110 IN PT 144;f: It" NOTIVII : 11 MACHINE 8HOP Pope.F-a misor-, hosisWe.. .. 'Peim 1 6 1 L dwity%, smithor 0. to ..IIh IIh.. p.b', ...a and bodies. AdiouiLtiytlMl. ....1.. s alter fail.- Th. bonds oro I be de"wat*word" 6

I 'No "I we. .101... fI, '.' J Cor';', I NON lumlbg 1)UP ... ; Nan'N. HIGHWAY OP I. II' Piriairt ANo.. Load".. r ro: TO'ri. In: ILL I. the freation 4 '0011. 4d North 1.1. ze"his" ....... wklrlrd ha a deralati bidder wkoMlntorr.1 I a the
i .beew '....11. ratinc I t It r ', It .IIH -Olill'i AST C T I IIMHt.ll Code- Ruth T. amairvatiest '. ratifying the br .. c. .11 .is .0tiza ,
LOOAJI 41,1diesity and be
I ,,,.,.,.. .. ... ... ) dust a am
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-,0. h. the : .
females 0-4 it.th .1 Apomiim.tolr .
,NLW AN USED > AND OMt as silarefiti. at I P.tIllis Pat I.... I47l .n.01DLY"I'IA t It Mark in of : 11 1 at 11.04L a .. the
.11-.4 1
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Off" oil
i INTLEL HOARD @I- I. .lIdl.... .
'I Mrw44raw" I 1"::: : I' ; 0'fil.1'.h@ir% MOTORS ELECTRIC AND allsor. ".bwroid I. 946 .PeNIMOOL rlXIRIIlo ne M. I.
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,,,, ,, ."..". : NO I .... .. ..... .... will som doled 0i
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itrtite .. I... "...b. I r : XNGIN WATk STrMS POWER ...... New Lo." m.I lilmlithow. .. I'M IITJ. ?a tAT Cm, M I- 0 boards: PIts ...1... ,No Ski") !. d.w ., th- a"
without beat be- .-il.. ,INNow. .'.. 4 f"'k"l-I AND IS 1) LAW r. Jesse". .. .. _' .10. c.i to 100 of IN,mOf HUM 110_. .... ff
a" MoN.I.Wer' tuwt 1'1.' .. ';'r-; ;I" : -: ; .: :. ::::::., 11HS A oicyci. rlOWMIH. HfXMITIllPAIHS Will .10" Test..as... Vale or the Asimbilt.Lest, It f.L: 42. ..:. X., '\ In fortfillestre lo Mania C."eaF. I ,It n. subiliede Imated ..ort, Im *>lFrkruorr -I e 041, 04 V"a

: :; ,"..1 -4A.I.W.1., .rl ,tre-I all KINOU OP ALL of the Diet... ..... Boa" b._.... .. .. losevest III makarstal 0statmity
: L LA tf. p_. _.... ..b'Irmw. .. all ,lot. l. ... Inch any OM I Iof 1,111,11L., 40
I __ ,_ .-, .l, I nI'lb. Mae. ... t IIADDITION ."..'...... I d. .. .......... .-,. ... to.., dot ft the field
I i 4 FORNALK: X.W. OR I hae..1"'r"I I -W. : ,jo,1, ,, ., ,,;,, =" "i..'.., .f SPENt y. 1'_so..._Dart.... J.It 10 ""8klll.' '''t Job.and a tlKVPIAND: oubdlvl.hm.:, .I of HKCll I T ) I : .... a-... ... dI.. ,'." I- ..--.&. 0"" Par .110. I.Job rustal, alas .
a.I., .. and. Stratton with short i aelbroh SUPPOR felt en-wo. lifire's I U. II. IIIda. hall am ... .. .it Mo. ....... .be ,is of ... .. lb. mes "k Mo! 01" 6 Pw
"I I .rk ::::r. -h, : l''ri7f": 'p;: :: beat I.-Ite A. shilive be h.. .1 and II Paint CII, I so I 0 Oak 6.4 so
,, .. 1) F. &lot a.. = I- as In PH CRRTIrIKOoloto. -so.
Atiffirts, ....... ..d "'al 'W. "P..j-, sit I- freeldemew I L & 'w IItB a II. 00'.it' ..I.I __. "'I"I"" 01 .... V.
Are. Pope or 6.4 a
1 $$1\ ..... T.",'. "oat y..do,} '''''.' ft t"I',", ".,. 'I'll-'. "" ,]...,,-I. .10._ .' Aleml. I .nL ro Pitirm, was t17,14 far III.ml. Fl., A. D. Or 1ft. fir I HL'. T .. in L M.C.P 41 H i I A-Use Is. 01'''n. '.14"' 8.. d .. too ..I. =: ... ':. Unit"w.b. k..rdot" I IN "tion at'ail"t the,
It
:'" .11"1111.1" hilrb I : ".Mss I emitted. .bel" L. ad I ",_ ... leerrullleat' lie. lauds .. of .r., &. Oil, z p-L
::: ; : ;: A. materials
t t 4OFFICIt CNAIRot j. -.2: I.. Io ,, I" "I". III IN," D. 11..1.. J. I-. .. ...-.. : TRUINTINA. fill TH I.. he016 _. .if.. .,.... a.4 Dot I. the .INN.... No 'I" Ise. 6. meI
I Ida, slash ter '.I Wj ..rho )".,"h hi--' ,, GI hill. .r kiKho., "RI"W" .A-8PO.1l, ON (or Me 6.4 .0 .. A.: H. or J" 11,110"1101"T. rIJ TERHAL. held bor the I .' r the A._. AdI..,_. -10-War.. ad Owed fall a 0 the .


I i .-In..._ashmatelf...1... .you. lituart aI........". .il I I ,.&......."I'.h"... I .:,:::I!-I,.,:.-:.,:.4.l.-1IIzXis t! : .:': ;2,!:;_: :,:, h.-L:film.J' 1,. toritit r -rite I,Is Fork.No.to D"'oh Mrs. T, _weIt it .Au.Tars_, Co..,.. 11'.1 PI..I.,..Doll............. I.n.b ..III.-ill-..th-weemed...... Mary Itr,1L.Mr. N.. .. or FLORIDA.lCumill Court Suy. 0 l'OUCkOY.THE STATE =ik-d' is=..., ... lonaAownod........ky..I.. ..itfor. *end Is.- o-q.-th".ill filament Liu.%sifth-Uh to I"&,.I.- "I r' it.the-'.9--INdAit -our M-. ;!-'Id..C -- P.FW", "am"


J I ; : I !L!.r !too dtm I S,. it K --- I I. wu" 4 W )am.$ T...4om 1 L'' III .... .... Based mell al-Lovials. TA, 44 romer... -he main
INUOIIIATE DIOIAV.51'! oll..i. .I.-. lsitilitillitilillialililittilfliilliiiiiiiiiiiIFOR Plarr .Are ,, : boosted V. J 4. MARTIN be ... .:- ; se. wookiew mots l at the raw of
to aw" -
'NOTICEit. W-4.
I ... .... ... .,, : cl' demoted 't .1 (
1001.11. oil Amp
WMt ... 174" .
to I Wk: jAVr Hrl: : COUNTY.Or .. .... 14 .to lie "
I P VAII.AHLX J.1tI7 .1ilel, "I'll. M..bY.
: FOR .ad me0. .11 DOI = Nto.
earthes rHY vide
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as had
I I Hitalphil.11.11.4I ,iteeirirl Kwzt.A4;": RENT I Al] POSITION "hLEP"ONE'" II it... ..44be-, lottod by, Mareh-C 1947. .kCr. D. 0 ;=...-I. .1--1''watirelt "..I.& bit. the u I troakil twu. u. am
I hWl\l")- Mt __ I .11 I *" 9. as V us I."
PhervisI IllllllllllllllllllllUlllltlllllltlllllllllllllHIH I I I I I / iMI"Jlfjljl YMKNT 8ERV throws,, Under 0I", the above .= 01 INirs; Ia ::4. isai. iss, 367. 6 $1. 164. -1-4
-& ;8. 21L north It& I RENT: U'. buse. ', "'N O.W.4 Parties. all.. I V somil, &..4so 2 VGAII RATISE ENTI BOARD v. fair 1 I", Is", 140, 9 IN&. Ins. I below avie, mor ask fork aL Tor
I J.*. n ,.,1., 10.... .. "''Itit"'Or" ,; It part" It-lier a.., 1.1.1 to boo.my or ("( or BYla 147 INN I. ,190 0 IA4, siatodam 0
r FOR SALE; as II Irish ",,.d ."... ". "'. ..-.. ,.... All I riffilik &ill. m I rots I to.orty I GLADES IJ I ""'T. 1, : ..4: ,: 1.: : gel, per weaL. IV" 1 is$ 4 at a amders
heeno 1.---I-,O."i"o" ..r"t 6UN, ","'!, "I".1., .... .liable, for Ass IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIWAN'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiirmiiiiiiii bereelsolsor flierd ,dp.n. NOTIC a CRXDJ its A8KCL gel. too.. soft. INA I I Sao too bid""ra be in .go.W. to.
with ". ... 'I .b..4 %aimed parum .4 woo .I. Chair*.& and 211. All build ir I at
I Ii .4 title ,vaill, --s h. <"at ties me flilosill D *, do. oetN4, r am. 41Ime
this is
I Co.. 0. a.Or;:. as th" & -fism.1te.. Carl I '. Vi.urNt'.4. $-dust. NIN TOR Call) Y JUDGE UNT or Or Ed lor.LZQAIfAVlgkTISE". I---.* &&We.11 *ad to". t 11,141. "mossom oleacks d
of ftIIOIL MllllllllllllllllllllllllWANTt.D : Von and ovell .41'' "-be IF W.I.t MARTIN ,it I or Aftio% heirlaill.is .11 areemme N I. 0

i\\ -_ --- REWI St.0.1im"'; '-, -it ".V V ;: II.,of ,.. and koin.a. .nest that 11,ts albb= mitrell.... lei. tiff bets FLONIIN 0-4 61411,16 flat, flubeftil, sted.'eks 11 th. able" Henva pries d
all
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Olson beat
IFIOL ALE ,.., ",,,., ." ..Ise A Formirrit, I painlina, One = P. O. Don *6-. -1. .4 ..... an it RIAMAR 8 1141 It l MA, 1.19OATION AryNLT "Normanrrtvkt ..I S. re .11, livered as IPLGRID
I" 4 disith I ,
." ."... bs X.Joer4 '.M $6901W 'Illl rhonr ..". sea F PASS W lioa ALIAN
5 B G fid F.s to lit- too or 6.
,, LOTS month." Ner II flesary. Morris. t. II. It. It, off Martin Grout, rhirbon 1. ,som,I ITh. I lauds GINLINGIIA. I SPECIAL LOCAL LATION M __ ___ .a if 01-th.w; Nor-at- .Allow boa
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SLOTS 60 ISO 2 Is 11:1014: it test Net Nets Varil, sit G" xi as. Dto 0 11,107M.111 NLRbar at That at u .. ;;;-," -to sow all Floods 6. a" Vard sys,
fiiiiii'\ ", .rii- ---F.rv-.C: WANTIDi Ada-''''10 tithe' to N._.... so fHa.f ded seeshOes the I'shil.1, of the a r .ad I .0 NON, town makwo imider slid
I 45 x 16 ADJOINSTION : 1111 AVAIL" ... BAI.INI'IflP I ill- Jam,. wt .. a" "moment, Alm G-sr out 1.6 4 ime1111t AN Cr asers .mm an P. .. n.l. .1 W erlihilit an 0 adorn, that.it- d W &into ill ,it of A bratien. a

GOOD LO ; I CLO| "'A''"'i". MI "!:''MEAVAPAIIT. llan... Glears 110. It. II it" 321 all as "while 87 a k. Claims Or -.." AASM.4 Eo...... Allen 8. I -.1.0 No sead..10"mol won -deftliftir 0.4 -fro aw APWI ,
I '. MIN 71L as CLIV I : Italian ill YAP' I I .nor I a '" a Islas bid
IN. 'TRIC RIGHT KHl II Illlllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllll" d"N'Y I If" 0, --b of sm am, be by Sao. ;;,.F;. .U." of. wall I. )$ -a). F .4' Lwo a., too f wftest at P": W.4 -mid for

QUICK SA ;. Will, Dl j7,6R---0kNT; Slioill i, ;-, -_ftAd"It. -,.. WANTED RENT am bomb C"d.d and ,if. 1141.4 .- IN ..I whimis As love ill% 1401 Ill nolve Columbia.a,,. of va. as am
( ..1, ILIJI. Co". 1: "..... Tq fard 1. =, -4 above as led saw as ad. ,.hkb pon, If to- ad """ reletim so .0.6184" Ume a. ''k C it.. chft14 ; .L..iomr4 be I. 4 and mW .,
I' JJVER WA NTY DEE"I'li .... ad-6 owl titirlott "Oesildill it of ,oledow.tiess
I .10 'Illlllllllllllllllllll evedik 4A.U. T. se be'* -w-4 %.I@ .1 ,.: :: ei a
__ MIIIIM1IIIIIIII1IIIIII' W I flas big -. '. '", V"utib. -.__ = ,, 686 P.ma. that. FINew "rp-rm
judso uel"'Fu'
i II ,IUTE O BOX 954 rOR-Jii F..Io1i.T.. mati All WANTll, ... -ol, ....,. th. dellort ..4 .1. .I. .I- -, as Ges, .. as I of "is WNW, ition Nie rKujmGM .0 shat Govo or, --tetrow
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/ ",'I'bl", ..... ura. pia "* .Va.Iles VINA IMF neve.. ::!.-._tte .. -__ _,-th vt .4 ...... a" off.1 th Th. b' Feb- ,
It .Io late" J04 .tt swride
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__ __ __ ..... 'A' : "': .... ifJ. ..I'I' .. jhi46IAi"rh.w. Counts. Flawkin, 6-del 11bilkes, 41)) ad b 6.4 we mim 5.Arta .
j coNrre( Stars, ; T' II..... A. .D 41.4CIRCUT ComU |.... of M.nlil CoMt: Mo. 1 1041. C star 11 I, L.N.. 4we (8)) Ratio maidat oreas ILL at 7mwLj1v0m 11
SPROUTED > ii PACKJkUNNlNGL HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIiLOST& 1111 1111111111 marvil .. '. 4 "'4 file ,of Ph. tireolueI I,..
194 Iwe I- -
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C JIT Iko Climpriver at
: Pon-M
J60WIN LI o.nol lit I. .rt.... l I. .. Oeoool, .. I lolewide, 4
L: mcgoy. Courtko\. In Martin 00-ty: ly W IS46, littait- "inews. 411)) spot bill 46"Num the lootgn
tuart 'lo.hI.. wevera
i 1. __ Christ C..I. Case.. 1114'". eou..,. wllklo kVhlIk. dolvallar' ....I limp 1-- On tir Los title all.. "it sivelf"'i4wrAded &A. fill feemear 0 #49 ,.

i I ALEXAN1We.t R GORDON Illllllllll lUIIIHIItUllrllillimf 4111111111 "W"L, T13ghtENTNI ',..... .. .O.I.Z1. Ik. first ..h'Ioo'1o I I, ......,. I lemon reavileb, said by it" aVa.. ad wr wres lo athotrt. .61 Will -"it b" I!ud Me
G. r. GAR IT 1Mb .10''. .. stressed .books memollow IN01-ol join A 4-1 ILI Ned
LOST Owl* I .
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. I SON Ominous I .%,it. M. INATMOARECISTER A....-' I., ." -.". loa "it most ..... lb. pikow, o. .1domem, families .Pi.r 80.4 Law. ..911rham. we, 1, so, lorem be VA.W "Nuthemal a"a
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ildres, V.blon
I Im Plittler M N 'Ir re Ilk IN.T I'. 1.8 I. GIVIN that 419...A. toO 11"Alifints'. ...., mob leffhat ..4id.it eleii. n' ... that thod so.to ad#1 141 -idiom Named test. No of W ll Wait It of do.. == ,= BMW
Beach, Fla. Buillie, Plitlionse .* I 3 It like 0. .. ........ east" .the atevers, .. toy the 010'' athis Iof = 'll.dwe -he a" it. or a. -
I .! -nal-rairwerel. I or 0 Ouviajvaa at Soared.., 6. 20. $1. 1I.f. ._..6 ._ .jtonorr. Off the ., of my a. a 1) warom up in so.ke), r Tills appro'bue we oil we
I HTML a a ALUMINUM SASI! Climbel 80 06 sove will.be poinstans
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or lillsetim. A. lie throur vinvowmis
I LOS'll'i leart Par saill -- komd. w tk. MBolOMTdlOf Will base Idei .or an. sodlibuthou A .
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104 1. .IN let. its, ersod. I PERIOD. Z.: ,
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Courts of AL no
SASH ,,, ad"blit I R ld he" AOVUTIUJIENT U W. Ille. state as thim INN ...late
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I 117 ,wrltr, > !=C'17"'l. is, sew far U-0. looked LOW : 4k. OfriRirr lltabms.. =11a:_ up too" to- .&.N be "Hit 004 lagov ..411issaw
I I I BOX inPhonef of- o-X --- It ...011, 11 = '" THE COUNT or THI COUNTY .'. ,A.. fIIt. .. Iner as"018- so MANIN, N.Z Us fill feel GeOveme. ; 0 Ado6.41pst -

6934 and 2-0539 LOUT, Ptir I 1. ossifs bit ""Z7.ft' "u". .be .lUDG M""T'$ COUNTY, 'TAU NATIONAL> AN der Geor-ty 6ma4 1.6 a" 0-o"I'st-I' TIZZI- 4V Isms.aw .64 ad "its

..h*.[ tot A M f Harkn. Plnuuta.Irvln Tim or FL 1iIN I PALM BEACH oumlF A restorhor Beole 41tioe of District -- *4 DONNI some ,X "
turn to M 1UNT matR 00. ad" RE TATR GORDON *. anhapearvill lor lisp seek formodeli 00;,ad of womenoto sow E V. ,
U.odr I
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11it. Florida Yew even rar) Joni 6. Offloolt .kokh am I. IV.46mdw at /CLlUaE & I Trool offlasirI' LYNM| = am Hired or I" """ no rbl ... 1141)Va) a. labor to "a" it.
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sio'ke" iIF i- 'III sid rokers
Aeloshe hand.A.ra.
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T I Ole.41. taroauH. 1.411 4 on we ..... I is T&YI": f fT 1M a.... lit 000... W. nom th.-Ith. '94 me.* 846 .Mrwo
at Torreya Btat Park near BrUf .0 r-fth.; .6 :: ;Z-or. Passed ]It. a. AV 0"I o. Goo. WOUOHTCR80N. in- ill" 4" BOARD OP CON INISSION"Itimma P 4-4 loovinE as sk, 11 LTOPM"Vdiv. ; ,,
W. ; G"DU a
&too Plumbing Us*. Work". I JANKINS. ALm'sRit: I PLAINACE Did I as fired it or
I 114! O .::0to lit look* Of Ida A tender for Admtakllroltt sit W. 0, at I a., V 1. La = .
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IL1 ii iiTHURSDAY. t

.1 THE STCARt NEWS, $.uT1IIarUe;. duty, FLOBIDA MARCH lv INI..aN s YhUS IIWU ; ,1FATE

ADV AIfCUfC It was always; In fun and off the Both Comptroller Gay and Ed his show burlesqued,r spl ... though they would have to and Exposition: Manager Phil I 'j
fcOOO TO MAlf1'tNRIGHTS S Now Headquarters Fort record,but no punches were pulled Fracer' were present and came ing into the spirit of HM '-.r.1 I. one of the Singling Cir I I Lucey U giving the Idea some I 'y '1'Jf1111 1 i,

OF WAY and 'no holds were barred a* In ,for some good natured Uddliil he joined In the fu, putting on tents for the next. yean show, real thought i I I ,
far as itunta >nd" fcrtpt were Tom Watson while not ,a stunt or two or hH curl. ,
county- Lines \rans- Coast Shell IndustryMartin i concerned, The Governor, his present, was given a good going Because of'the long respected .
Marten", cabinet, state officials big and over and other gubernatorial I"off the record" ruling, It la not! t
cUd at the January meeting of little, and United !candidate, Including Fuller JOIN THE THRONGS: ;t: \
congressmen possible to give an account of
State !Road Department In 'tl county's Hair for 'the. relating the itqry ot each sea.1 I je!: .,
JM unique ha chalked up another orphan, State Senator were all .raked Warren and Dan McCarty, both the various skits, gag and stunts I' '
skater, according to official 'one-and-only Industry with I over the coals of whom were In the audience, but they were up to par and 1 f.1"1. j
From the shells, the Osborneshave
Each the demand for seats attention. Attend the :
mutes list published conflated the opening of The Tropical dirt concocted owls and swans year receives everyone seemed to get a real \ ; '..t' \
Increased and Winter
steadily Johnnie Olsen, whose 'Ladles kick out of the program
Shop on the
Federal highwayby
r: and a menagerie of animal
Haven was hard pressed to care Be Seated" program ha been Citrus Exposition! officials are : '
tee Full W. R. Osborne, wholesale i
of ; only
motion graded along with beautiful wall plac-
On for the crowd Year after year featured dally at Exposition, now wondering "where they will }
the shell dealer on the ,east co&ittof> ques ash tray, table lamp, and DOG RACES
Mr Guernsey
bY fplwing the at the Haven
Florida I dining room dropped In on the party late In' from the Armory" as that Is :
resolution wu adopted: As U the ease with the owner 1 your downs What-Not of miniature corner.article They both for Hotel was ,Jammed to capacity the evening Just In time to see 1 1I 1110 largest hall available It looks : iilrIjr'
that this and hundreds unable to secure I
RESOLVED!
gj IT of this new concern, the shell<<: Import and export in an exchange a tablet seat contented them ( I at the U
part.menapprove* the re- hobby often becomes a paying with both, wholesale. and I '
selves with seats and even standIng I
udt of Martin COunt for ad- enterprise and the stock Involved: retail dealer
excess in the trade exceeds the Imagination room In the balcony. Many I THE STEAK HOUSE ,i ,L .,
ance),< of funds! not In 01 : Mr. Osborne explained that other, unable to fine] even PAM B ACH !
25000, for the acquisition! of I To talk of the with average Mr, Osborne passerby -,' the majority of his stock comes standing room, were turned 3 Mile South of Stuart Fed Hi-Way ni: I.
ditlonal rights of way request- from The Shell Factory at Onel- away at the doorDiscontinued, : 1\ I 1' :
d by this Department for U, 8ghwaj .'. about sheila passes the point of aa Springs, south of Fort Meyers, during the war, STEAK a CHICKEN and SEAFOOD DINNERS Ken Club '. ".,
1, State Road No S fascination with nature unusual -i LUNCHESSAJj6WICHES' J' If' .,
No. where a fleet of shell boat anda the event was revived last year, PLATE '
nd on the proposed! U'8. No 1 six-figure shell cteallona stocks which and leadsto are: staff of 50 to 7S worker have Unable to accommodate the Beer, Wine and Drink. I i :'
ut-off along the Old DIxIeIIgh"a built up the largest shell business show, the hotel informed Festival NIG Y + ,
through Stuart, with gathered front all point of the In the world. From there official that they would GAS, OIL, TIRE aUrf EPAIR \ I I : : ;
world I IOsborne' tlr.
he county pledge of its surplus tons of Florida hells are exported have to find some other place Open 7 A. 0.3100 A. \ >' ,' ,
!aaollne tax fund for such pur is a native of Wise, to other parts of, the world to stage It. The Woman Club C. L D| fling. Owner (Except Sun ) 1 ::"; ;
Va who became Interested In I
one, U set out In the resolution and a similar amount la Import was selected but because of h Its' I' i.l I i
r the Board of County CommlsDtwn -I collecting shells In 1939 when lie ed from foreign port for distribution -I limited capacity the growing First Race SilSP. 4 i !it( '.
of said county adopted first came to Florida to spend In the United States. I demand for end Invitations, It ''I I ''f: I

Member 1 18, 1948, and the Right: the winter Although he was an 1 was found necessary to move to MOTOSWAYSWAYS Daily Double 2nd and 3rd Race I !1. ,' ;, t
angler at heart, he joined his .
of this "j
Division Departed
f '
War -I larger quarters, and this year It
,
'
the beeches Ten
wife on when the Quinieila Race 4
Ii Instructed to carry out, was held in the Armory I "
'
weather prevented sport tlihlng. TooLate 10OLASSIFY SQUEAKS AWAY I \,
U the necessary details In mak- Over 500 attended the .event ,
nf laid advance In accordance I and together pa&stlme they of original made a novel creative :: with many dignitaries present. Cars Lubricated Whill InArjSwaying Motion No Minor AdmittedOpposite 'I' ,: '
Idi) the Departments NO EXTRA HARCE
dopted September 18. 94r.llc'l ties, Today he has a stock of, Eictu Adi.! nuwi Morrison Field '
IT FURTHER ,R$ OLVED" more than 1,000 varieties of seashells By RUSSELL KAYIt FREE!lit! "" *.,,., ol I&cuimultUlc Car Wasfced andjpfflifhed, Tire Repairs ;'t,1 I : r;, ;
hat Tcquest! for advance of' from the size of pin heads i r indi,,""nniouinj. WE CALL FORJPD DRIVER YOUR CAR West Palm Beach j' '
to the largest shells In the, i tit : \ ,
conch I II
.
of State Hnflbum. Belching.Ntuiet.
undo for rights way on Gas
1 world.. Not only are all the pastel STUARI SERVICESSTATIONW. I Admission 25 Cent ;I.
:
old No 199, known as the all started ago In net i "tnt sample ol UIJGAmd ..... "
yean
colors Included In'the rows of I G. Rein Phone 9144 I ,
Line Road, be denied for I tnt InlirtKinl pamphlet U
ange Tampa when Florida Fair
glass 'Jar. but the Osbornes have! \the ., "
; :
he reason that same does not was In Its Infancy. W F Stovall, STUART DRUG CORP. l : "I ,
onforra to the Department gone In tor dyeing and have Included i .-..._--- 1 .
D. B. of the
McKay, publishers j
the In-between shades of "j ,' '
hey above referred to. Tampa Tribune and Time. respectively \
,
the cardinal huesA y-/ I
.,.--, complete stock of accessories i got together with Fair t I "I \; \\i I r '.
officials to Work Out some kind "
I I 1
lor commercial, shell artists as
'
of a party for the press during ( I I ,
llt- well as hobbyists may be purchased + 1
the Fair \ 1 ; { '
in 10 lent quantities or "
'
.
Somebody suggested a Break I Iffl
the hundreds. Little
by girls and I
STUART boys with deft fingers and artistic -. fast for the newspaper boys The ; j ,)
: 'ELNCE temperament find simple Idea was, the fellows could get 1 would like tell' soh"
4' pattern and materials-at an W Tampa early, be entertainedfor to you !
1912'FI breakfast and then have the
astonishingly low cost *,. with : : \
rest of the day at the Fair.
t
which to begin experimenting in .1"
I The first Press Breakfast was :
a new field of creative expression
really a breakfast' held at 10:00: .
In the morning' Distinguished .. .1.
1 ,
If-rtke this reporter--you've Increased ;
Included Rates : }
guests Rex Beach, Irving : .
land
WaSpeclatsi ,Lved In a of shells for many '
Batchellor, Sewell Ford and IN
unfamiliar :
and till I.
}ear are : 1
ether The .
literary dignitaries.
with the Blue Avalon, the
; affair was strictly for newspaper I "
Re scorpion and spider shells the
J Tiger: and Late Cowers, Dutch folkS'and thegroup attending i ; ,

Bonnet, PollmlUs (with IU vivid was Then small the Tampa Rotary Club Telephones I are Necessary 11111.1 I. :' I II
yellow set off with queer design on # !i ; .f
lug infer iea' of rich browns) apd the varieties took over, sponsored the affair; : :;

Real Esta .trance of glassy-slick coffee shells you and switched the time from f __ 1. ,!' r.r: c", .. .','''',...at.4(111( \ It 1 ; ; ::1
I c '
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... : ;I
to were .
morning -
4
eventtcTickets\ i' '
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will foaOnated with "The I ,
00. ; :
' WJOH Shell CoUftbr'* fca&ket" 'From, Issued t6 RotarHaj and to news j : 1':1.:, : : ..t .. } / .' i ) i. ,,\\1;

A"Y this collection you may take paper folks and such additional ", I.I
'
T OROsce.la available sold T TI'"
seat as were were ; --l"-
your choice- for 10 cent each : ,
/ '
The event was staged annually! .
Bldg. Phone 043 I '
and, at the same time receive \
STUART liberal education from the proprietor during the Fair.at the old Tampa Today, more than ever before, Florida needs are today. the lowest ,;;, ;j I.
Hotel, with attendance ,' ,' '
Bay .,
/
I "who seem to delight In dependable; telephone service, and it Is our purpose to .
I '
reaching a* high a* 800. "
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\ Programs were elaborate'and vide It We are now furnishing more. service in Florida : .,. I

Bath Room Tile and Tile costly, the last one staged under 'at any other time in our history. )in order:\ I: ''ue.. t 1 f";,;
Asphalt the auspice of the Rotary Club : : t
cost of providing ;
t
The club
Alto Suppl/ of Belgian Tile in vantiu* 'color decided running to over drop il.500 the affair because Both local.and long distance calls have reached an ,-. t ,

Vt and 3'16 ommerINSTALLATIO of the cost and effort Inconnection time high for this state and:more and more people .. s i ,

Tile Bath DrautboVM sn Porches LESr of with It telephones We installed 84,600 new telephones in 1946. on favorable terms ::. I {I : "

Quarr character Because of of the the'programs(outstanding and at the end of the year we Still had /52,000 orders on to improve ser R : i ;>"

FORT PIERCE TIUEJCONCRDCTION CO. attendant publicity throughoutthe for telephone service. Our study of the state's growth and expand It. .: : 1

E. WLE state the Press Breakfast became dicates that the demand for more service from present 1 1t '
I a coveted event and as asked authority to raise t
r, 0 Box lilt Cbone 78US N Jgliksi., Fort Pierce Tampa had decided 'to pass it well as new; customers: will continue? .to increaseAlthough most long distance calls with'i!''i
I Karl Lehtaann took the show
,_. -. to up Orlando m connection with the cost of everything we do to provide a ,I,

..-,-. .- the Central Florida Exposition keeps going up, your telephone rates generally/ are I
two : will not; produce all the added ,' ;' ;
three 'D
Orlando. held U or ,
today to Because of this the amount
,
(khan yean ago.
years until the Florida Orange is needed but will af- I i
Now- faster. than 'ever I. Festival! made a bid for It and :. money we are paying: o'u't' Is increasing faster than the requested rates will :;: I 'I: \

) since that time. if ha been a amount we are taking in, despite a record volume of ; I
: ,.. the Winter Haven by operating experience :
of
highlight v I ,
'. ness. Since 1940, the costa'of providing set'Ice in '
Exposltloi: the"a income under the new 1
less have climbed 181 cent, while revenue \ave 'Increa
Vent per
As the progressed '
:: I
HOME PERMANENT / per cent of our total Flor
Tojt& and less tmie on the program only 129 per cent. .
I :.
was given .to' professional paid increased costs of pro- I

with entertainment and more time Total payroll costs have increased 243 per c t M : t'' #

allotted to those skits stunt and
Wage rates in Florida have been raised dutVi ha r
gags worked up and staged by huge expansion program and

the newspaper folk themselves.It two years by $3,783,784 on, 'an annual basis JBla was $6 ,oooOOO in the next :: h 1e JI SI
PEA6TiGGUR G R became: the'state.a one out- policies }
standing press event patterned keeping with national and trends andjMssure to improve and expand tele : h A

after thejtamed gridiron dinner potent personnel to provide'adequate seryjBfVnow must proceed with this con- ; ,

staged each Press year Club'by ,the With Washington the- 6,600 Southern Bell people providing jjrvice % In order to meet demands :: c
Wages account for about two-thirds o ur opera& g
Round.:Ribbed. a newspaper boy writing and participating :: to I
in the skits, political .
-u'abl.(, leaders were taken over the coals The cost of erecting ,telephone'dinis is up V to of its greatest growth and : yif i

per cent and the overall cost of prrffding telephone bring the state more prosper{ N i K '

N.w e Is up1 50 to 65 per. cent. .F Good and effective telephone ., b, -

stilly plattk O.lusl./C14 curlers./ = REALESTATE The,rapid! advance of cost* comparison with rev\ and the Telephone Com I a

/ has caused our rate of earnJvs to go down. In 1949, supply it.

I' I 'Company! was earning 6,03 per'cent on the amount of request for i increased rata a

r invested in the state. 1946 our'earning rate was only t: '

I. per, cent. This.,., rate reflects the J Jatest wage Increases \ rr

lH if yew hair .Properties of all, kind* ". -'t, does not include'the small effect of refunds on past & Vttlct: "- ,..-J

,|"l Ault thq tim.T|TOft! $, for taU.Aloj' ., /" income:taxes Such refunds wlll'ta available only in : Manqar'' -aJ -

(!Profe .ion l PU.ua! l Curler .. '. i.

have S*..ore"curling: > rental d ur, ,f. :- "r. ; "

rf_( and.; they're nlJeJ 'ki air ifs; -.

,C )",01 cm., to.' keep halt s anct) .. ':" n ;( l

&_ -lipping ., SOUTHERN BELL .TELEPHONE ,AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYI.I CORPORATEDI. .... ..
siS3 + .., .' ,. .. a
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a, r'R 71T''" 'f 5 't 1 W I '!"'i""
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"ve .m..a.y-; : Eelwar Ma '' : : '

*-',Tonl! fleas Curlers Furs ,. r+:. XU.ef wrlad ;, 7""J" : ; 1 1NO
te511'!!U
'! cart only t1.C19-contain. -100' RealtorP. BUSINESS CAN, GIVE, ADEQUATE SERVICE WITHOUT ADEQUATE: EARNINGS ,
er71h..btit.C cud.: "a 1
.__a. ..O., Arcade Bldg.,

STUMT) ); DUU41. !3 DUP.; Phone 1 it 'f

n? fteaaU| ss... J. PtMUM 11' I

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'.".GIB rr: Qia Tv':: STtJI\t :N=S. STt.ot: : IIlartln Count, fLO&I1A TilUInn! ; : nuJfcH, (, IW7 .; ,
-- protection\ to 'WA;need!fly I protection I tfy,
day, Tuesday: Wednesday, ,Fri- W. need are provide ))
I tape. Low-coat NSLI policies' I wood for, camping;l.vide Irot.1ngImber crop (
I Saturday, at. \ green :
Monday
Interest To Veterans day and children,
Notes t of f I have long been described by Insurance and recreational purposes. *lowing,
Kobe Sound Tues-
ternoon area .
I : --By rsiieph.;Glum v. A. Contact Officer expert M the insurance\ Stuart area; Wednesday =-

., \. /I Start court Rouse West" Palm Beach Headquarters I which qf fen the greatest amount Clay ifttrnoon Palm City area,
1 9Jo 12 Monday 712 Comeau{ Building pf protection under the most
Thursday all day, Indiantownand
liberal l term .t the! fewest tow'
Cull \Information on how trt.er- Service Life Insurance\ Is now J several ; Port Mayaca: Friday after
For tilt next month. Jensttt area. Your cooperation -
noon
of World War II Can take available at the Veteran Admin
oil<< J veteran may reinstate! their with this schedule will
.I advantage of the chance to rein istrallon Itinerant office at the
I NEII term policies simply be greatly appreciated.Ihe
jjat, their lapsed National .Martin county court house, VA I b11
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.. paying two monthly premium
-- --'
Contact Representative JosephE and filing out .simple Vein I Florida Farm Bureau will

Albert Le ckettBookkee Gum reported today II statement form added. I ., :1t: 1947 annual convention I
New.legislation Just pasted by I Gum t Petersburg, Nov, 14-1.4, It
d ''faxServi Congress gives veterans until Gum. who I Is Itinerant represertvatyve was Announced by secretary
August 1 L' 1147* to reinstate their \ / of tile Veteran Admin John Ford President Doug Igou + s a r t/ A' F ki
w w. 4th St- tun at.Florida. war.time policies without' a Lstrallon for this, area, nan Motfttt I ha appointed F H. Corrigan of
P, O. Boy 1111 : or"red
--..physical_ _examination. m__ .-- :> upstairs M the court hou( firadenton at chairman, of the e
I convention committee
and! is in Stuart Mo,May of eacheerk
,' C MARTIN COUNTY I'' to Aii'J\> I IIC. I Vivians
whit, their robctt! :, Jlt! leinuln, ra I
LL DRLLERS In his office from.9 a. m. untilftppioxinjaUyly
: '
2 p. in AbS S
All T of umpingI I :Additional\ Information may beseemed rTItIE.So pRistrirsni :
6y\ writing to the insurance +l r t, K
I NEW EQWMENT ; Service, veteran\ Ad. hir9 BILL MONROE
I ministration Branch Office<< No, "'
t r ,1AsarRA
r *' Charles MayesJScjack Gipson -AftJ-!
I f..Atlanta 3 f
313 E. Fourth St. f- Garage Apt : .' O HIS, ftUEGRASS '1'0':4:
Just West of m. Parker' Office The floor and loundaiiii' ? ,
lie Oldest'' Ifwuti In SI Auguvtine \ I -PLU3-

Mortcla. arc termed! it .1 I TAX AND rLaINVESTI > Try
BLUE .GRAS
THE
-- -'-'--- -- fjle
i single slob of coquina concrete I rys r
I Iwo feet thick and Uoul 71)-' 1 gar w' Pot
I' TITLE IVRA aFL fIAttt iVGCR4'GT
I II iII
square feet In arc a. The wail'
TERMS to Suit I I the house have /frosted serur. ) RIDAABSTRACT, V.KFAtJTERrf'7ARtscRacsccoric.

IV upon] / this boar nt, i several C 1 it( m .id.M .

VOUR income Iwe 'ill ill''H"Blunt ,_ j JIM KENNEDY. tyi'ATTSLii
I P-e 1
: .... IIit I Pilutka Fla Miss lAve IJndsfy, >C-y.ftl'.ld daughter of \ STUAKT, LOKIDA

z ().It i1RB..::, :I6ARDENS and I 1147! M"at .the F C.Seventh totoVi.Annual, of Ocala Aisles' whit Festival waN crowned attl.e Azalea P..l..lka Qen Mr\.j THOSE.'NETWOTK, C011 l DIA.NSJa

aeits (nl'dII', Sunday afternoon, Fb JCth The festival! it sponsored) by
-PwX 10t..1 I Junior I Chamber of Commerce and( MillS I.injwy" was entered th'l OBI Up
,
I ti" (,u li. Jkytiet 11 11I

lnTEa+I VIE n Ifnjor I I AND

r& 9z,7 ; : : ; THE SAfSAMDSURBTHE WORK we DO is/

1 ELECTRIC BOAT RUISE I' ThECtUAe:7ITC; I .ll YOUR MONEY BEST

I .' j9A T& e1 CamifAn By L. M. Johnson 1 CAN ALSO

PROCUR World Champion Buck :
Ienf The nd Wng
For the fourth consecutive I I uhccl_ materials on fixed prices! 40
Dancer
DIN tame during this mason Martin ''I Contact the WAA. administratorat .

f i ,inly farmers have suffered I Camp Murphy between (0 CHICK STRIPLING
?r ALM T RACW
olid + luKsesApproximately; a. m 'and 3 P m. COME IN BuyColeman's t I
six Inches of March T,
ER SKI ONE NIGHT ONLY
,j rain fell Saturday afternoon '
: I ;- -. E HIBITIONIOW through, Sunday morning cauaH1 I' As .a result of a meeting! 01 41 .
Ze 2:30 considerable damage tQ farmer In the county agent's MON. MARCH 10th 8 ..P. M.
; Home & Auto
; Supply joung crops planted after the office Saturday, Feb. 22. thereis
Veruft Catta'tfCYPRESS freeze some Interest and talk among '
I'j i'l, ;STUART '" PHONE 147 GARDENS As a result of this severe dam- farmer to organize Martin Stuart Base Ball Park
J J.n AMERICAIi TROPICAL $VNDEAUMO jCge several farmers are not replanting County. Farmers Association a .
( __ ..
I
h, n -- .--.. .- -"- squash both. yellow and Martin County Flower'Orowtrs .
''f : !go-ern> and Indications are that Association, and a Martin County
'i Big Tent Theatre
the few farmers Who were able to Tropical Fruit\ .Oiowers..Association .
,\j pull their crops through (this Admission .'. 50c and 75c tax inc.
t It! I severe rain will have very good 'If you are of the opinion thatwe ,
.fturns when begin to can all receive some benefit .
they
\ pick ---' --
': end Information from the ore -.
t The farmers who were able to ganlzatlon of the above associations
I\t ave their crops had facllltlei corttact.your county agent. "
To The Customers in
Stuart and
fur removing water before H did Vicinity
: considerable damage to their The: county agent's office
I I ( (ips which la just another hours In the Ough erson Bldg *. ,
.
f'F' nolcatlon that In older to farm I will be.. follows beginning!

I f.1 : ( must have facilities for rent March 10; 8 a, m to noon._ Mon- Friday, March 7th.., at 9:00: A. M.
47; A10.o.0111 i ,' I I '"u *. water* well aa for tr- ----... -- --.
.
51 R ; 'fatIDI\' purposes. .
1 ; ANEW (
t i It' t s GROWERS BOOK FOR The

'IfI Martin county Easter Illy .
I \ 'growers are very fortunate ac- '''' ::.. ")
Wtfl't rdtnit to recent reports In that + '
,
p }k A 11'0, \ are one of ,the few group .:"z.J..." -.,. 't.l'" J. C PENNY CO. !INC
t <1t owers who do not have the 0Q d .
.. SHADS AO! ,
I 'f .
disease "flack" In their Easter'hlles. ORNAMENTAL I ., ,
This disease la causing
considerable damage In the Lake TREES I'SOUTH FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA

Wale area and indication are FLORIDA AND SUM ,
I
E What "flack.certified-free" Easier
'h lily bulbs will bring a premium .
this spring, Several farm- .. ,
ors are planning on growing Announces The Re-OpeningJf rflfc ,
f
One
1" .
1,1 email lots of Easter lilies next $
1 tall, and should take all precautions 4 ."V'

.. tree ,bulbs possible:? not to only secure for disease-their J JCloth' Most Modern Stores Vm :t. :

u .
v own protection but for the protection .
of all Easter Illy growers .
because II' in Martin county, I STUKKOtK. ,

POWERPf Veterans\ will be ,able to purchase MENNIIGER y..Lr..r Mrte, workmen have been rj\ for weeks installing; :{ tltiew;
;( IED building materials from
Camp Murphy on March T, 10'' $3 Order.50; Paper from $2.50. fixtures; re-decora an\ making way/ojatruly' ::?' '
:
; > and 11. Be sure and have your I ,. ,
'
f '.WIT"100-0CTANE. C|M ONENTS veterans certificate and your I Edwin; A. Menninger "' ,
Cre
bigger and better
WAA certificate before going to I Th Flowering Tree Man" for Pe ny's of Fort Pierce.i
: The first tune you"step on the gas"with the new sKcIair 11C mHcihe smooth Camp Murphy to purchase these I Stuart,. \ '-,1> >:'*. .

1 power of this power.packed gasoline.That's fceJpse new 1 IIC coSainj 100- building materials.. These are Florida'I ,
-- .
octane gasoline components-the'same compon
war-tim -aation fuel '. "LISTEN"' 'to WIRA I and modern "READY TO WEAR"

\1"1- DIAL' I .Department. rNe'%#
1400 ON YOUR I
1 ,
.1 !
In addition to smooth power,H.C also gives yoiffpeedy getaways and longer 8:45 < 9:00 A. M. ';;" "Strictly.'Personal" I departments all 'flowing over with the .

mileage.;Try a tankful of new Sinclair H.C a new Sinclair Ethyl today- Monday and,Wedneadjky .. 'finest, ,' :gelection

powe;packed with 100-octane gasoline compo nts. "\ Presented Magdalena.YI Malon.I Stuart;Hotel Alder, LaP n'ales. Bakery Jew11"1.f-* I pouible.,touqr x. item'that have been i li short, supply 4\ ;r will

It3) to in g rdn County"londay I '
d"
News and Notes from "Ho to Saturday I be available. on openingxday. I.*.,* "', .

51.15 ijo 5i30. Monday, .. -
: yWed Thursday, Friday -
SINCLAI'RjCAOLINiB. ( : I /
( "Crosby Sii a' ;
t >rented by I Rowell Furn; Co. ittle Jewelry I : ,
Shoppe The Blue Goo Wile, or Co. ,..t .
Si 15 to S:3dfi: ue.days"Music .
I ." .-. .

D. FULTON AgentPHONE byiB ForjListeningPresented Arbogait I .' : ,'
YERYDAV J, :,r
;;ALL DAY .ITS I ,j. '
315 ,'}_':.:I lt-''.'.
WIRA
oloo 11
DEALERSCHASON ,
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1400 Oa Your DW ;

SERVICE STATION L C, CAMERON For the 8e.\In Entertainment ..
i r
Stuart, Florida Indiantown Flonda .
P. E, WARD STECE'S MARKET'' T. G Schrecksngost, Martin. County Rep, .

J.nse 'Beach, Florida Jupiter,Florida Phone 12 -W ," '


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( ,jm,BTDAHT-RBWU: TJAJtX. Martin Conntj, FLORIDA, THCRSDAT, WAR a, $47 iPI !?fNS.-. ..... f ,

.-. vp tp.raat I 'Home'I'I I 'FERNANDINA'S. ( AZALEA AND'\ (l MLA! 'GARDENS Iit '.',j} 1 1II. I ,Ilr.!!f: ,,

Ar CLARK'S
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4 I 1'1''
g.a.rhdr Tn.sd ow Is.tN. Demonstration OVER Adt.P ,
Ross : t
w Ieme We are
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4..nei uuue / .htaskrre, $M.IWe Notes

y I Br MISS LUCRE INSCOB: 4UTO :t 1 't' : :
"W @ LET US MAKE THE f '
Jell the)'Best" i I'I ervice the Rest" High praise for the work of i NO JOB TO : Ii ; it!

4-H club member throughout Estimate* S )Ilf'i j ::' '
BARt E'BROS. the country, on the occasion of i : i
W. !:
National 4-H Club Week March: ; '
1-9, I I. contained In a letter to; \1 '
these rural girls and boys from ;4 il'x
Sales RpflHOService Frenldent Truman: i -- \1"" t i
"It give me great satisfaction 'ij\I'\'ijI'4
to know that from March first I
FAST-EFFICIENT- ELIABLE to ninth nearly two million of ij x" 1 i
you 4-H club member wilt be FUGATE .1 J ; ti i \'

17 O ceol la.Av", Phone Stuart 209 I owning" your annual 4-H Club t I
j'j
Week, he say "You are to ft\ I't i
be congratulated especially on 't
I your 194'1.heme.\ "Working Together Engineering! ; ,' 'I.f't '
for a better Home; and' ,
I I World Community." The challenge Estimat 'J 1[J ;; "'q
BARGAINS
Is great, but because of jr : \1"
/ past records of achievements .-
your i
LARGE LOTS CITY we have faith that you P. O BOX 24 V : ( : ; (' ;.

100 ft. O ft. '.accomplish creditably the \ 'Jj
x I' 1947 goals which you have set I w '
ON GOOD HARDXBFACED ROAD fur yourselves."We i ': ; rs
JEE ; are proud of your 4-H ..j''
clubswhich are spread across, j
j
I our great Nation. They constitute lI! ,d vt'
an outstanding body of Here ;a scene la the sunken garden at Orbinr'1alu: and Camellia J Garden at Fernandiiia I I f
OTTO BIN : youth aiming to attain worth i iI II. where the Queen ef the "Festival of Flowers' o';. the f'crnandlnlIthu.nb Club Kill be chosen en I .' ',j.t '
while goals in Ufa. With the help March ". Seated' at the pool b Miss Mary. McG:, of "a kMOnvJue. DRUG I ( l''
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t
of the Extension Service of the
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--I t'I
SUN TAN OIL
) I Department of Agriculture and PAPER SHORTAGE 'which hampered/ or Interrupted 't' ,
the state agricultural colleges, JOBS OPEN AT ; CANDIES, 'j t '
together with many voluntary GROWING WORSE roll freight movement. The embargo SO .I i
"DINE and DANCE"
cooperators and local leaders., New York-CA'-( )-- CranstonWilliams wat modified late Tuesday SODAS I : kl kli klt' j' !
4-H clubs have become an out but I' pli' ,\ "
j newspapers: were confronted
ATSEYMOURS standing Influence In developing POST OFFICE general manager of NEWSPAjjdflS I I ,
the cultural social and reeaeational. 'the'' American Newspaper Pub- with limited deliveries from 1 t i r.
\ ai well a* the practical Ushers association, haY advised Canada source of SO per cent of Ricou Bldg. I r

INN aspect of modern rural life. Civil Service ommissionAnnounces newspaper publishers to warn their supplies, for a least amonth ,, '
,As a character-building influence CompetitiveExaminations their readers that curtailment I 1 ,
and
perhaps longer
TASTY, DEL OUS f OOD l ; "We thty take are satisfaction unsurpassed.also In of size and limitation on the lien ,I Williams' warning followed II IIt ? 1
of 'paper was possible at anytime I BRANFORD ,
j the fact that 4-H clubs are
disclosure Chat
Mixed Driny Beer on Draft based on each club member do- The V. 8. Civil Service Commlslson because of disruption of some GULF

HEAR GEN &N THE SOLOVOX /Ing a useful piece of work on the' of Atlanta announcesopen shipments of newsprint frf>rn I tan dailies through metropou-1
I farm, or In the home or community competitive examinationfor Canada. had already cut I e
STEAKS >SSEAFOOD under skilled guidance probational (leading to permanent Publishers must spread out I volume Qf advertising and antli WASH :": .1 1 r I. )
an and doing.tt In the best way the limited amount available" yF
I to the
) appointment clputeii further cuts. Reports of
known to research and practice 'i
; William said "mindful of main-
OUR SPECIAL I that 4-H clubs are democratically position of substitute clerk substitute talnlng reasonable storks on'':I"desperate" and "Critical" I : ,F'

mice Beach 'e' SEYMOUR GIDEON organised and conducted, with city carrier and 'special hand in the city of publication ;I shortages of newsprint came 7:00: A. M. Till I
i'' 'based on Individual delivery messenger" the post '
Owner programs There are not enough box can:! from ill sections of country. BRAN FORD :
'the
and community needs; and tiatai office at Stuart.Applicationswill. '
f l
In Canada and the U. S. to cure' Predictions were widespreadthat 'N
..j are members concerned with these work clubs, Important youI ; be accepted for all needs, including priority i I further 1 :Interruption ot :
to the home and the Jrom person who reside within allocations for grain movements." i shipments Vel1 for a few days.
i larm, as well a. those activities the delivery of the post office Shipment/ of newsprint from I might force drastic action.
that make for sturdy citizen named or who are bona fide patrons the dominion were virtually cut ,
ectric Water Heaters I ship ; of such office, and non- off by a Canadian governmentorder !! FROST DAMAGEDGLADES
I My best wishes! for"a' 'successful residents. Such nonlocal eligible diverting box cars to grain SUGAR I
4-H Club Week this year" will be considered for appointment I
II shipments to Europe\ ami certain Former I II
only In the absence of sufficient areas in Canada. The diversion -f!f Clewlston, Florida fruits andi
15 Gal. Table-Top Water Heater I' The Palm City Home Demonstration local eligible Persons was forced by a shortageof I i vegetables were not the only 2t ft. K 50 Ft.-

PHILCO RADIO COMBINATION I at the home club of met Mrs on Richard March R.3 employed be considered In the bona post fide office patrons will box tars and sever voucher suffers It was from revealed February by Charles cold waves E., Located on Fort I-j.j.k ; 1 1j.
:
Wallace on the Loop Road.I of the office, Wetherald. executivevice\ presidents for Fa
'Flans were made for cooperation the United States Sugar M l t. 'T
SMALL 5 AND a TUBE TABLE RADIOS I with the Tropical Farms Persons entitled to Veterans' LIMITS DO NOT APPLY TO Corporation/ who-admitted that: *Or To If .' ,.i
HomeJ3eraansUaUon| Clulv. In preference will be given prefer- PERSONS ENTITLED TO V T- treezlng temperature had taken .pt'I
COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRICHOUSEHOLD I their sponsorship ot the 4-H ence as provided In the Veterans' BRANS' PREFERENCE.HOW a severe toll in the; cane fields. .
APPLIANCES Club Rally Day on April 5. Miss Preference Ac* of 1944. For de- TO APPLY: ApplicatIOncard i i i He stated that the amount of -
I Ladle Indcot, Homo Demonstration tailed Information on preference form 5COO-AB properly I can that can be salvaged will'
EXPERT RADIO a jB| APPLIANCE REPAIRS I ,Agent for the county 'lead and other item see Examination !: executed must be filed with the i depend on future weather conditions I
a discussion on Posture In Housework 'I '
: but expressed the hope l
No: 5 233 dated February Fifth C S. Civil Service Regional '
: Ideas at which were time exchanged.many practical Mrs.121, 1947 at the Stuart post of-, Office, Atlanta 3, not later'I that the greater part of the cur-'I' ,
rent crop could bo rut and -
processed ,
i Wallace reported Miss Isabelle, fice.The than March.13. 184T Till {form i' lie said! that this) season's FOR 1 ,
I
TTO' ,Ihursby'i demonstration on citrus basic rate' of pay for substitutes may be obtained from the Bocre- I harvest w& about 55 per cent I t t .: : I
fruit that was given In Stuart is tl.M an.hour. After tary.Board, of U. S. Civil: Service i complete when the damagingcold '
In conjunction! with the Red the performance of 2,024 hours Examiners at Stuart. i : struck. I
RADIO Cross j program on nutrition. This '
PLIANCE CO. I
AND of satisfactory service including ---- '- ----- Machine
carried out In the = Y
theme was refreshments -
time served a* a special delivery
<04 Osceola \ l which were 'delici
!
Ave. Opposite Fire Dept.
the basic rate of
messenger pay
,ous marmalade tarts served with FLOWERS For All OCCASIONSBOUQUETS !
I coffee.. is increased five cent an hour
Those present were Miss Luctle each year thereafter until a / CALL
Inscoe, Mrs. O. Cadwell Mrs. R. maximum rate of $1.54 an hour CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS

I I Mallery. Mrs. Marlon B. Flske,. la reached. Entrance rate of pay FLORAL lHhffrs':: I L i
Mrs. Oeorg Porter Mrs. Clarence for special delivery! messenger Is .
DOMESTIC and I IMPO RAMICS
"THE JINX"BEER I Fetnauer. Mrs. George ninety-nine cent an hour. I I
Smith ''Mra. Paul A. DeVllblas, Applicants must, have reached II Stuart .j
I Mrs. E. fichlffer Mrs. Louis GIFT
their eighteenth birthday but SMITH'S FL03L $ OP I / Y ?i ir
LUNCH' SOFT DRINKS
Tinkler.I Mrs. Verne Van Mess, r
I Mrs. William MacFarland, Mrs. must not' have passed their WEi/RE FLOWERS

SRECIAL' I Richard R.' Wallace Mrs. Parker,I fiftieth birthday on the closing Arcade Bldg, Clh/f, ft. Pierce phone 310-J I I II I
and",Mr Elizabeth Krumm. ., Uate.of applications. THESE!AGE J I
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LIBERATE THE; UNITED STATESThe totTLDrrr HAl PEN-HERE*, ''

:! 1e tuart e\tu1 'Horlicuiii11dlg Sp ale r
United States fought a war to liberate the oppressed .

... Countries of Europe. In the course of, fighting ad,

I r- Published every Thursday at that war, and fighting a depression ahead of it, we sacrificed Minilllllllll.iiiMlllllllimillUIHIIIWINttHtHfHimillllllliii t+

j \, Stuart Martin County, Florida, a great many of our freedoms. l.. One of the rich rewards of toy tree'bobby Ilea to the

i I': I by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a The war Is now history The depression was licked nuke In lot away placet whose Interest In be" prompt then ,

I Florida corporation. years ago. There are no longer any valid reasons for the .pond to my advance, emit some experiences of \their cwn Such 4came J

Entered as second-claw mall many extra-legal controls which were created to meet de- recntly from Charles E. A. Hub of Savannah, Qu, who wa.,

I" matter at the post office at pression-time and! war-time emergencies.To I 1 1 i s I I+ Mr illowii

Stuart Florida, under the Acts I continue curbs on production when the nation is t
Dear Mr. :
of March I, ISTf i crying for goods Is ridiculous. It is ridiculous to "etasN Mennlnger
A FREE PRESS equally, app- arur"Nt I have been much Interested liv your totaling of Tropical IW
,
the natural
hamper and block enterprise /
84 YEARS OF SERVICE on grounds of scarcity ef materials.It PE7Rlilyl Trees and regret that K b not possible at present for me totd.

t and Tk. taws Oil, N.. wm ..w is time that the States liberated Itself from nf theta, While we do own mme land 111 Florida at Avon Pirt,,
United
II/ ef the a...... TI.... the first .... be Bid cared for at this tlme.
could suet planted (
Stiurt. Avril IS. the social theories of "papa-knowt-bent" government.
fiMi j
A FREE PEOPLE WM MIS'CM. .The.i"iii TlB. .....,.Mnwm..n.llteM4 with u For instance, it l is still illegal to build a business building When I g* your last catalog which I*.well,worth the dopes,

.North t. 1117, The Blurt.. Duly... _N.-i or any other type of residence In Stuart without securng priced at, I Intended to write at once. Some of the trees you lit,
.u .0404 00t0H0 1916.
1 Ir 41t1... wu fomnlr h.... u use permission from a bureaucratic federal agency, The escribe are loved trees of my boyhood (for I was bona In sUj,
,...... Fiori'" Do..I- l am44 heard of before.As .
and other I never
CPA has been kept alive on ground that it will pass upon Burma) _

t' A. MKNNINOK., ..... .. ...+._ ._..coastal ......., the use of materials for business structures, so that materials nib y to the.Amnmfto/ surely your Informant was mistaken In t>',
LnwkaT, f LVONH .... .._? ..w... ......_.._ .. ...rtl.l.. supper" will be saved over for home construction but its NEIL s ft needs"steamy Jungle condition; with temperature of 130" It .,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES interesting to note that this agency has issued permits rHEIL u H right In the open town\ of Shwegyta 50 !feet above the rivet,|ft

11 at Mill i On. T.... ..... Tn T.... _...._.___".._ss.es for everything in South Florida from booze joints to en. Rangoon, and In Tavoy to the south where I lived seven )yam

1 ': .4....'.'.. ntft ..d. known *. >...11..tl.n. Th* ...._..& 1..r-as the HlhlibllntlH arglng national 5c and lOrj-: stores sIt tit boy, I doubt If either place had temperatures up to 130' I do*
i* whet ..r o- :HI.... Io .d.: ....'.._.. is doubtless probable that the gentlemen In charge L'T TL uy Tavoy 'was any hotter than her In Savannah; of course, we hd
+. Jlif Al>oelat.4 Pnu !1. Bcluilvvlf Mlrt to the >M loc .... of all ..
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and are backed by full legality In their decisions but l layering (as also was the Minuuopi/ efefigf tree). 1 t thought )ynt

I ea::=:=oeooooc:: :: o:: that does not alter the fact that every precept of democ. It in one of your lists, but do not find it In your latest We..subs,
is being violated] in the rankest of socialistic favorlt- with the Burmese
''j racy ;TA -rum-si and It was most popular girls to ,

\ Worthy of Meditation ism. r arId wear in their half. (Burmese name KHYA). The flowen i,

1 'O&lO: Like a lie oft-repeated, this country' has become so white and very fragrant,; they fell at night. (The related ft*
===cootoao: ocoaoe : ::
h used to the exercise of socialistic- power, that even now I here has the same fragrance). The Mlimaopi tree in the Burnt k

The way to wealth it at plain at the way to market. at peace and in prosperity we fail to get excited while ion Compound at Tavoy had flowen nearly. twice the,size of otto,
: It depends chiefly on two word, industry and frugality the the light to certain cate.
CPA gives green preferred d saW That tree made no fruit; others had bright nd fruits the fc
E that it, waste neither time nor money, but make the best gories citizens, but detours off on a side track some mull plums. While not showy it to t most desirable tree. (Fruit tdU

4t use of both. Without industry and frugality, nothing will equally worthy citizens of our democracy who desire to f N ties I wjJIlwith the Men (CAN CAW to the I
do, and with them everything. build but who in the opmifcn of the CPA fail to meet hope you *
and flowers
.. It Is lately tree the are fragrant _
r Franklin -r.- mew) a large *
:' t Benjamin certain purely socialistic requirements.
i beautiful The leave are similar In color to new MM
The war is over, and yet the CPA decides that one Illltlltl sill ll IIII lllllllll/1111111111111111111111111II/ :'I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiitiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I I I as new
4 !leaves. Another tree I hope you can get hold of sometimes sUlemecylon
j, ,; lllllllimilllllllimiMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIII;I '; IimilimilMllllllimilllll man can build "because he is in food production, another WHY I CHOSE STUART AS MY RETIRED HOME. tinctorium, Bearing its flowers\ In compound tor*
because his outfit Is a "community necessity for the sale
4f YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR By Which contrast favorably 'with' its shining green leaves, It fallen*
of farm supplies, another because his activities "aid the Col. John A. Brooks,, USA Ret
where blue flowers rare"
Mat
the florist in this are so (
to country
: uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii 1 1 /1 s s t public health, and another, we suppose, "just because,
1 iiiiiiimiimiiiiiMiiiiiiirt t i The temperature and weather In this area are Ideal for "Burma, Its People and Natural Productlona'-) was not sface.
This is autocratic, legalized tyranny No department or
The editor of meets the winter bathing and flshiitf I feet It In low ground theses
a newspaper most interesting bureau in peacetime should retain the to about 20 I guest. grew near
right perferen-
i t people who come to town, and he get a chance to compare tial decisions over the actions of citizens.In It ta not too well developed and price art still within Another sea beach tree worth having Is a specie of E.

ii't '. 1 I' notes with them about off-the-record subject One interesting war, Then all citizens gladly sacrifice their reason South of. Stuart, the prices are out of.reason; there The Burmese name for It means Pop-coim: I EUGENIA. It had tuf >

caller this week was James LeM rr Bradley of freedoms to the yes.national objective. But let't get the fog It too much artificiality and too much false front. sparkling whit fruit the size of peas. distinctly ornamental, ut
The Journal I like small town There la like smmll town
Enterprise at Providence a ne appeal a
Kentucky. Three out of our eyes. It may be all right; in socialistic Britain was edible too; nut much flavor, but refreshing. It was a small
p times this has been W* are right on the fringe of development now In this
newspaper selected as the outstanding and in communist Russia for a government to give one man with shedding bark like the paper birch. I do not recall the fan
weekly paper In that State, and it is easy to see why Brad. little town o( Stuart and without'a doubt values won't be Is 'of Wight (Jatnbota InctetU,
preferred rights over another "for the good of the State, II probably Eugenia uylnnlc Nit
liable It liable and substantial ttand
jl. .LyVkfljjblkation is to drop. It Uklnf a
so highly thought of for it combines
but thank God this is still a republic, and any government The Camii' fistula It indeed beautiful tree, but U 1 recall It

,,1\'f good ne*f V coverage, excellent* pictures. and good pnnting! agency which gives the green light to one while holding IIIIIIIIIUIIIlllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIM/ III 111I 11111111I 11111111I 1111 1111It 1 racemes were nearer 24 Inches long than !12.

I Another bark his fellows is indulging in outright socialism not far ====:coo===iocccaO&lOl: ::: : :=::=O&lO: The Lmicent hildihranjlna of the Shan States would behaving m
caller in the editor's
Shultz of sanctum was Arthur removed from separation of the kulaks and the proletarIat though I have never seen It. It Is a l large shrub, I Mmts
Newark New
York
to bring me a of his NEWS
copy and be and
should Let's
squelched. forget "state-emotion COMMENT
the flowers Inches cold]
? king It
,
hometown paper, the Newark Courier-Gazette, which has alism" and face the plain fact that every person constructing grow might stand! some M pull
Shan land
have frost. ,
y just been picked by the New York Press Association as a business building, whether' he is selling feed and o-ono: =====:cool====O&loc: ::moo: : O
1 the second best weekly In New York State. I expect to I tee you have a few PAns -I hope you can introduce the T
Fertilizer or fixing teeth, is out to make a living just likea ONE OF THE most Interesting newspapers in Florid
glean, some Ideas for the Stuart News from both these real estate PALM or Koroma jlabelliformlt (mAl of the Burmese\ ). Jt h I tty
and deserves la
I man or a garage owner no The Gulf County Breeze published at Wewahitchka. I
papers as they set high standards of excellence. more preferential treatment. pulm like glorified palmetto. The Under fruit item aim i
I always read I it with great pleasure because there Is never the tender coconut, and the pulp of the ripe fruit nuke good piAj
residential
Private construction
present an equally tn'I issue without item other of humanInterestLast
\ Another caller some or genuine coke, or dried as bread, or leather. The teed In rick*
sprouted
this week, also] from Newark New of
distressing picture perhaps worse because the retention week's(sue for.instance featured on the front
York, was E. S. post have a thick fleshy stem nearly a foot long Very nice U
Boerner
a nurseryman connected with of bureaucratic authority after all purpose for it page a two-column photograph of a blue stem collard 37
the largest rose-growing organization in the United States, has passed inches high and 44 inches wide. or roasted. The /flower stalks yield copious np which makes

Jackson & Perkins. Roses are not enough grown in Florida Under President Truman's ruling all priorities were ,. ..* brown sugars: Altogether a noble, useful tree. A bulletin on pi

) to make J&P a household pair, but Br. Boerner's specialty removed on new home construction providing the new mme time ago does not list It it growing in Florida
BIG.
COLLARDS> not be in Miami
N hybridizing roses, producing new ones He just returned house contained less than 1,500 square feet of floor space. Orlando-or may and news Beach, Another tree, really "mutt"" if it tan be grown anywhere h IV
Daytona, certainly not in the Kobe
from two months in Europe where, he got a lot of ideas Swell, you say. A welcome breath of the free America Sound belt of Martin county-but isn't Ida, I Mtchelia clumpaca It Is a large and far more beautiful I
it wonderful to
he thinks are adaptable to this country. Mr Boerner which used to exist But wait before you can build this know that there still ban the BANANA SHRill, the flowers are more beautiful (golden;
of Florida
knows nothing of tropical or sub-tropical plants so is getting are parts where collards ]Unit), and the '
perfectly legal residence :you must secure permisison from fragrance more delightful
are newel! It sort of restores one's faith in the fundamental :
special delight in
Stuart in the
making acquaintanceof the FHA. Reading lists I wish f had unlimited land and
t changelessness of the South. Off the Gold Coast, your opportunijltry !
many new things, as*well *as people.* No citizen should have to get permisison from a away from the frothy fringe Of the tourist belt, Floridians the trees out. Perhaps some day I can try tome of them.

federal bureau to perform the perfectly normal and na. are still chomping collards and proud of it, : I devoutly hope that these trying blizzards will leave your hi
Another caller was A. W Dodge, a consulting arborist tural act of building a home. ., \ and pUnts unhurt.

of Pedham, Mass, who has been in Stuart a week and Still the FHA Insists that it must issue :your permit. IT IS A PROBABLE\ fact that99 per cent of Stuart' Here tonight the temperature It 26 and may be lower .k. *

although he is going back north now he fully intends t tt to If you have spunk enough to tell them to go about their tourists have tasted and wouldn't morning .

l return and make this his home at a later date. "Consultingarborist" business, as did one Stuart citizen, these sincere and remarkable vegetable never called the collard, which:recognize furnishes thai With best wishes for your continued success, I am
means that Mr. Dodge makes a living by beingan doubtless well-meaning bureaucrats
begin waving a big Yours
greens all through ,Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia ancorth truly,
authority on the care, propagation, moving, Improvement club
threatening federal court action. They will, they Fonda else is CHARLES E. A. IIAII
afte
everything The \
t and maintenance of trees, with special attention to say, bring the mighty weight of the United States against l a long-necked cabbage remarkable for one.its cwllarcs \ Rt. Box 314
diseases. In the North-; this is quite a business because so the citizen who vaguely remembers that he is a free man. perailltenceaiainBt La Roche Ave, Savannah Co.
cold,It starts out full-bodied
as a plant but the
many big' cities have tree maintenance problems along the It is time that the United States liberated itself, not lower leaves plucked and winter as Feb. II, 1947
are advances the heads
streets of great importance to millions of people. Mr. ] from
only the CPA, but from three-score more alphabetical I e
stand two three feet off the It
or ground. taste somewhat
Dodge was interested in my report of the mysterious monstrosities which still cling like parasites to the public like cabbage except that it firmer-bodied and; slightly I am glad to have Mr H.ilc's suggestion and perhaps I will his
I disease attacking the Australian\ pines here, but knowsnothing throat long after their usefulness is done.
emergency more bitter. Anyhow bless the Breeze for an opportunity to act on tome of them .
calling to mine
f about it an has no time, on this trip, to give the It sublimely' ridiculous that a community: like Stuart
the fact collards still E.AM
that
matter much thought. I have asked the State of Florida should have to plead with a federal agency at Miami .reign supreme somewhere, \

nursery inspection service to send me some here to to "allow]]
experts our citizens" to put up some business buildings ,
NEXT WEEK The Stuart News will enter the LESSON FROM BRITAIK
see what is going on. here
last
happened
as Thursday night when the city com-
vegetable publicity field with a photograph of Pau 1
I misison passed a resolution calling attention of the CPA Winston Churchill, Brlt ln'! treat wartime Pw
Jeffers of the South Fork in his
John Michaelaon] stuck me on the following bridge to the fact that outstanding field 01': Minister '*
our progress is being throttled by failure Great Lakes lettuce. ,Wewahitchka recently laid that the English people are )
problem and I owe him a dinner. See if you can work It. to approve such activity here. may grow 'big collards and disillusioned toda)'." attributing that to "the bode

t SOUTH gets the contract at 7 Hearts. (Ridiculous, of Ridiculous] ? Yes, when business buildings are going but Martin county challenges the world' when i It ness of Socialist pretensions,. tie fallacle of their
i to head lettuce. Mr, Jeffer is
..... course, but he makes it, if he plays it right.. ) WEST leads up, right and left all over South Florida. comes averaging 36heidsto Labor Government) doctrine arid the incapacity of*
the crate from this year' I the KING of Clubs. Here are the hands: The apparently did averaging *
war not stop construction of i half 2'pounds after being trimmed. management. He then charged that the. govern*

1"1 NORTH a dozen big new automobile agencies along the federal whole conduct has been to baffle.; obstruct end exas *

S-A, Q, 2 highway Fort Pierce, or of a giant citrus packing plantup SINCE WE are still on vegetables it might not be remiss industry,",with "no sign of haying\ any plan or poW
there. It did not the stimulate
stop building of of production..
residences
H-A, K, Q, J score to remark that Ray Camp New York Times fishing
; D-Q J 10 9 8 7 outside of Stuart city limits. In fact, half a'mil. editor became Martin county Mr. Churchill speaks as leader oi the opposftioJ
a swamp cabbage addict 01 n
lion dollars worth of business his
I ,C-void new building are authorized his last trip down here, and has written Harry Dyer, presl I country, but the truth of what lit sate seems B&*
WEST EAST by the CPA in South Florida every week, and it Is a safe dent of The Sailfish Club, please send up a couple more dent. So far, at least, the great socialistic expenft*

I; S-K, J, 10,0,8,7 S-6,, 6, 4, 8 tion.bet that twice that number are started without. authorize palmetto cabbage heads.: Camp may, as well be advisee u.Mwhich, England' embarked with apparently kith M 11

\, l H-5, 4, 3, 2 H-void right,now that swamp cabbage can only be cooked out Labor into power by a heavy majority,
The
80th
I has been
Congress chance to the
I a grand liberate the most
D-vold D-6, 5, 4, 8, 2CK doors needs a certain amount of ashes, wood smoke, pitch dismal of failures.
I J J United States by doing away with CPA and all other charcoal'and Florida Its first major step was to socialize the coal Jnowand
C-5, 4, 3, 2 pine Who, to give it that ecstatic .
bureaus like it. Let's show
I I the world what a free. country flavor. the result of that has been reduced produc*
SOUTH' E. L
\
looks like ,
i again. even
more worker'discontent than ire the past, and a Ill
void r
I S-; shortage that hag .*
forced all kinds of industry to
H-10, 9, 8, 7, 6I' FACTORIES RUIN FLORIDA STREAMS :sIO&loC::: : : ==: O&lO: ..oleo.-: :=:::::lOClOC'COME'ONLET'S'LAUGH> down, has cut off such essential service as electric poesy]

tl I D-A,' K By John F. Dequine i and left Britons virtually freezing ,in their homes >
C-A, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6 Recent chemical analyses made by( the Game and winter. |

I Solution next week. Fresh Water Fish Commission Indicate that discharges 0=0=::=: 0=: o==::30ClOc:=: =:=: 0=: o It is now proceeding to- socialize* efeetrfe W|

J i i E. A M from several of the packing and canning' plants in the The rookie reached the eye examiriation'and was asked ,, try',- and many economists familiar. with the pw**

I I citrus region of the State have been responsible,for the 'if be could] ,read the last line which looked like this are convinced a similar fiasco will result I

i D DlrO "' _" ".'.._" "_o killing of numbers of fresh water fish and have made "JCzxysomnk.: t It is planning on a VW
farm
--------- ---- sweeping program
other water uninhabitable hv cram ffah'.. The nrlm-ry "Can you read that okay" asked the Doctor, would give the government limitless .ttthorlt .vWH

WITH THE OTHER EDITORS cause for: this is laid to the highly organic composition of "Sure," cracked the lad. "I know him well. P) d ers, farm land and farm production-And redoes the w,

i' =: w : =: 0ootr19 :::lO&lOIlO&loc: : : := the wastes from the plants. Natural aerobic (Oxygen- 'guard for Notre Dame." CIt aye er to the role of ward of the state. ..,

using) bacteria go to work, on this organic matter and by It has reduced the British standard of living well
A GOOD TOWNA ,
their action reduce the dissolved oxygen content of the wa was one of those exasperating foot path situation low even the wartime standard, on the'ground that
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town is not a'good town by accident. It is a 'goo< ter to the point where, if the fish cannot escape or migrate when a Joan at+d-*-woml ",' coming from opposite dire land must export or die "- but production and e

1 4 town because the people of.the town do the things that to focate water; with a more plentiful supply>f oxygen they suf lions, jockeyed to the right, men to the left, together, in ar have declined/ !! spits of its *"4 ritaln'a <<.omn H

tend to make it a good town. Theyhave an alert and A similar effect would be produced upon a human awkward effort to pass 'e ch, other When the tnar lion in the world was never more perilous than JW* *

active interest in the project that build a better community If he were shut tip in an air-tight room with a fire burning was finally unravelled, he politely tipped his hat and said t her experiment is socialism had to be financed UttAState's

pride.and which tend to contribute! .toward community, civic in would it. The suffocate.oxygen would soon be exhausted* and our friend ,"Well, g'bye. It's been.fun knowing you." :f. borrowed from a capitalistic country. the c*


A town U I made better when alt), the people in it 'are Commissioners As a result of, recommendations have been made to the A man bought a cigar and started to light it. "Didn.t' have ; there I. a Jrri 'ilere,i .. Arne
. 'I those districts having citrus industries notice the sign7" asked the who been fhrtin the of,
booster for its institutions, Its churches, its schools, its that further you salesgirl., 'What I" ex wltb rulno1l doctrlnel
business and ; no stocking of fresh water fish be don in ploded the customer. "You sell cigar in socialist! state. ,May learn
enterprises its people.. It-Is a better,town those water receiving dichargea here but you w. spasms, he
when there is an absence of elanishnesi and cliques, when from canning and packing prohibit smoking?" The salesgirl smiled/ sweetly i "W(

everyone Is of the same mind when it comes to the things : habitable by chemical fisb analyses, prove that those waters are also self bath towels." T WHATl.UVIU'OA,1 "

, game : .
; that make better ---- -
I community.
I Recent research has uncovered method for utilizing TURN ABOUT : BY'Georie Unn&eU4 Bukl

It is a better town when Its. people have the desire these waste, as they are known to contain large amounts Two little girl wire playing' One pretended J live for thOle who I. ... .

1 and the disposition to trade at home, hot alone because of sugar and protein suitable for conversion into Industrial wanted to rent the other' playhouse ah. Whose hearts are kind ... ...., .
they have been told they should trade at home but becauseof alcohol For 4
the
and yeast If and when the canning plant ex '"Have :you any parents?" the playhouse heaven that anilw above me,
the feeling of friendly good will toward the community pand their 'facilities to include the processing of these ,"Yes--two," wa the reel owner asked .And awaits

continue wastes, they will\ b* killing .two birds with en. itoht i in "I'm 10 sorry," the small landlady said, '"but I For .lt .

community.--.Punta keeping our'Florida\ stream. suitable, game fish* and rent,to. children,with parents. They're so noisy and never des For 10 tatk II1rsPirltMmoo ';".. "
come an even better Gorda Herald. realizing another source ef in for their For thq (
*ii>* indujtry. tructive_ -The RotaryJJub, Hornell, New York. AJlc the psi;;
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TOT BTCART StWS./ STUART,'Martin County FIORIDA THTBSDAt, JUtRCR !,' U4I, h --- ----- AGE ffiLEYEtt'r I ,' k

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ct.5' I tot of The Miami Herald. ,haal.stork which rapidly spread and 1 off a .high 'bank whenfig j ...1 tads J_; : k jW

RatIRanc Celebrity Here done a tine Job in the Herald fights mosquitoes when the. been l sunning himself tnf | 1 :, ..
vmwa mew .fishing guide which eon rains come again. I. with perfect bel1lfldj1It ; Bil Highest Cash For Your Ca" !'

l'eb uaary27ask' .Club I For Sport Fishing And Refit tams a treat information deal of, Interestingfishing AI is a Tlii alligator has another, or not, I once experfeWnd)lb* .. ,
the
,. '_ swell guy, and we congr atulate valuable! habit In that he digs chock of having a. big?,'gator WON'T TAKl FIVE; MINUTES ZH !-' .
Evabefe4Felnauer|
rch tars. op lily pad roots and other jump from the bank claaa .
!" Barefoot Mall- him OD "a Job well done'The weepmy rl!, : ''I
,recd Vand, 1'he H L' Packard: : By Vlra Clark listers, Vives of ;these boys, are a vegetable matter creating floating outboard motorboat :lfi-\f'\ We can pay you the O, A. Knuftor your cat whtch 1 'i' : '
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eeI..oDII.l .p Iccturrea relative ,Panrukr Pete Nauman composer composers 6f many song* IncludIng Florida alligator Is probably hummocks clearing !thickly Yn.Mr..f! Is as much as yon taWjffTanjrwhera and -+ ;r i: \''t ,
hat book In the ,WMt P 1Mj surd radio renown from "Roue 'Of the Alamo "Mt the most'Important conservationist ... Infested waters from weed I The Sana Fe River disappears STAY WITUfNVuE LAW TSUNRISBTMOTOR i)1"I I J a 'I
post Officemembership Sleepy Hollow Ranch\, is in ,Jen- Mother"' ," Road to Hipplness -, we have in the freshWaters growth, In some heavilypaddedponds into a sink hole nearhamp I j

drive was In- en Beach, the gro"IDIuP.own\. ," -Pancake Polka," "silver: Be is a friend of the about the only clear fishIng -I (OLeno State park CO. =j ,j l'y; ;
led with each'member pledge now floured with celebritiess.Pete Haired Buckanxt" "Sleepy Hollow -, lack; bass fisherman; so remember spots are those which'havebeen 'f'' .1 .1.1J, "'
to bring a new member kx > didnt come riding "Blues'' and many others all that the .next time you are treated by alligators Smokey i'ays: 4 .1j 'I'f'
".meeUn Delicious re- bucking bronco nor In fall ranch of which Alligators are Protected' In 1 Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 t I'I-
nnnts were served by Mr,. art, recorded on Majestic -, tempted to take a potshot at 'I G4Renee as AN ..) ....,,, !1 "I !t
but
who wait the' ouUU lie came by plane and records and heard from tbSleepy ,' ft" Martin County are so scarce AA Noe sop Faofl4P : !II i. I j L
DeVllblss ""
1 A brought fishing today that it seems almost Impossible EFSno raoM acra (I -v. --
paraphanella (torc17.l Hollow ,11
Ranch
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to remember how
ri taWretting\ program on "ill 'i.I""II"'IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1! Hayloft Hoedown program black bass ..... if, and when they a- udwacm Ave en tRoL'xrs ,
,d&1 'early history .is prom- every Saturday night. The can catch "em butt/ is much I bundant they were to short a sop sosuec" I IR '

. tor the next meeting on program Is carried over ABb I net- asler for the 'gators to catch, time as twenty-five years ago ., :
rh.30. ,... ....1.I work from eoast-to-eoast, and : turtles, mudfish, catfish and There were a few \quiet creeksin LUMBER i.t \ ; ;

I dally over WFI4IncIdentally tars. Following the easy 'way, this county up the North Fork +,rr .
if the holds In particular where gators we'reID I "
t Dick Thomas alligator In check
'It
+ Expert writer of "Sue City Sue," substituted many natural enemies of the\ plentiful that the noise they and ; j :r
made! piling off the banks when liT
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for pancake Pete on last black bass and bream. Find a I 1 br
j i lake stream In you went upstream! a boat was> j '
Watch Repairing Saturday night's broadcast or which there Building;) '
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terrific It sounded like
literally
I Pete says he doetn: tare much: are plenty of alligator and you I I .,ro o.een 1 1seopJ kA I'
Work To My Home who to many barrels being tossed In NR51
f lout uses his vocal cords to replace will always find excellent fishing '
{ Sod House Across It'atataigll' him, as all he. wants Is rest -'I! the stream ahead of your boat. Materials I' tifi i

d. Highway No. 1 1W. and some good fishing\ to enjoy Another tine result of the al.! Of course, a 'gator! can slip into .... .

Right Side of his first Vatatiqn In ten years Ugatora activities tit South Flor- the water effortlessly)! but he are more plentiful ,
ar ran also take ti, running leap
At.
$tre Sleepy Hollow Ranch, outside Ida, isthe preservation and sav- j. !
... ..... ,i''Vile
;.;...;;.
.LL -
Quakertown, Is a show place In Ing of flshllfe through 'gatorholes jd; Have Need "" r! I ), ,' .i
cs H. Jackson eastern Pennsylvania and a When the shallow I ponds i! ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS :y ou !1 : \ !

mecca for thousands of visitors; dry up, ofter the place left in!I Iwhich f'.r That Now I' N e Sure to See Us { ; 'r1tri.1 r ;

.. ... from all parts of the country there remain fish "! HOUSE WIRING \ 1 ,'
SI1RIGLEY, Mgr "'t'I 1'1't 4'
who come to hear and see them I minnows' are the alligator\. hOle8.1.] ; 'I Ii I\
STUART and their guest stars among Baas, bream, and most import APPLIANCE. REPAIRS ., I ,\ :.rf ,\ ,Ii'I
Eas Coast Lumber
CITY COMMISSION _"_ J' whom are numbered Gene Autry, antly minnows of many species, anA i I r ; .
trolley Bob Burnette, Lula Bell survive until, next flood tree Pick-up Delivery Service II I ,
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Regular Meetings rattcawe Pete Nauman, Radio |>nd Scotty, Roy Rogers and other when they rapidly propogate and l : 1t 't
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I' :OOP.M.I d 4th? ,Jensen Star.C. inyuM.r. I* Guest .a(. lop-liners.Sleepy Hollow has Its own I I spread the over saving large of areas top minnows I Christophpj
broadcasting station, 'makes its. Phone 22 Stuart Florida 1 ; ':
I1mlllllli! irmiiiiwnmiiiiiiimiiimiia alone during drought periods In 62S Occeola (d ;Ott
Sl Thones 1 17-1S2.M I
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WED SDAYS.St own recordings and stages four I J j"j"rl.t'l
t C+ fall'gsliq sporty and healthy vacation large rodeo shows during the II. the flat lands preserves seed!" Ij j tL '
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<: the lvu t fcUMrt: of te Roy summer season It Is rumored -- '--- -- -- --- --- ----S.;-- n
e Krause\ many vf r. a winter Pete Is casting his eyes for future -I r
' Always Welcome visitor lit Pltcbford cottage colony opportunities In this section 1- C +
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Anyway next season he .
ir'\{ncaJce( Pete hit brother Eltttr : i plans'' to bring his wife and two I, r 1

co'owncr or Sleepy Hollow children \here' to share the attractions /
and the talented Murray I him. \
with
Ranh
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A. StaffordRegistered i ( -i
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FISHiNGI "What could r

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'IAn ur yorart. IN,THE FAMOUS \ the Red Cross ... I j, ,y


Florida St. Lucie Region f
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Phone 20&-J 4. do for ?
I .11. THUS romnntn n A CUAKDIAN OF NAIIM&L RESOHMCIS :, you I t;

-" --- Another{ ,pill of bad weather bon society .release button _, i ] 4
han'mpcrrd the outside fish..: nice sailfish Fifteen minutes j i

ermen though the early part; of after boating it he raised and .. 1
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hooked another which : "
this week but those mho went: was ceo .. .
curt skip ported excellent leased after a good fight Within I 1 ,
king
a f few minutes I he caught a (Just find yourself or fa : the 'below')' .
fishing fairly close\ to shore both your ihyan: pictures 1 '
nice< dolphin which was ,justtwell..exceptthat I t
to the north and south .of the Mr. andMrs.Horace ., 10., -, ,.. j ,t $a
inlet. F. Simon of Pine Bush ..
Sailfish and 'Kg: kings were N. Y., also guests on. the trip, ,I I dIt
.WOE: A tOSS OCClltS abundant in sandy green' water each had sailfish strikes but :. ,! (

" and You Have .I fairly dote in Monday reported I even(failed by,to taking hook Zlmmer them. They dolphinto got f ARS! YOU A VETERAN :"; \ ,;, ?' It
Capt. Hunter of Toltyi fleet, ', s
'Imursaee, It Is A a local restaurant and enjoying WITH A PROBLEM?.. !
t acme of the kings\ running up to a "chicken of the sea"supper. f ( .. I
Mighty Pleasant 20 pounds Don't forget to enter ,. You can get help\vith anything mi YOUR CHILD co ,', <, '.' I : ,, ''Z.r Vl, .'- II r
'a big king if you get one, since : (from stubborn personal troubles tes t 4 ; t,1', !
SWIMMING THIS SUMMER .
feeling To Know It to benefit claims! erg .. ;, "
the lead entry In the Stuart Sailfish Next Satuaday the} Florida your \ +''' s 1
't Will Be A LOCAL Club, tournament has been I.Outdoor Writers will assembleat The Rid l Cots h.'..... men than '( The Red Cross may save her life! .,

''At Y, r s Ton IISOW withdrawn'-' and the field la Miami: Boat Show, andyouro I r i'r! tlOO; ,000 wforant hit,ytar' ,through 1 -_ ,,r Throughout/Hw nation,(ho Rod Cceu gtot .
open I|1 truly will, be there as f horns ttvict. workers.In thopltr' twining in iwimmlnj end water tofely.Th ., -. .. ,
Will AI. I|: president (of tile association We ',>.. +) downing rah In Iho U S. hot been ,
tend to Cnpt Victor lance tell me I are going to view al Iths most 4 tvl in half dote(hit program wet bgun. '
I e\Settl M
that he has tallied tome 47 sailUsh modern arks and barges 1 can I d 4 1
" tntnl. M, ,Us. Now! ,In 31 trip this season, and I Just Imagine all the beautiful ,

far 1 If urance Of All believes that there are more sail I! chrome and mahogany that I Is r
fish offshore this feat than last. going. to dazzle us, but being a
Kin r DO YOU LIVE IN ": xi= = 1
He (Uherman Instead, of a. boatman %
stated thttt the sails were .
1twED+ I I know that I am going to r' ONE OP THESE AREAS? S .y
everywhere last
ThursdaY-but mlu the infallible teat as to r j
.MAPP < that they 'were not In'a striking nether a boat is any good or, '. Every one had a serious disaster s Will YOU BE IN AN t

mood. following the baits but not I I not The only way to,Judge, a good i I I last year! >, AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT y 1t 1tq

,*, Every: Kind *f taking them fishing boat Is by using the r r.ut.'" Cfo.. MVM Hvi, luppflomorgoncy Even the most careful driver
tai I Insurance Capt. Lance) reports that Johnf olfactory nerve. If the craft food. mnA. ",."iclft., nvorrailorot can't be sureJ 1.
: Phone 19 PO Arcade Zloimer 72 Lincoln Nebraska -I I unella of an accumulation offish hems" .cccording! iw.d.. .
Th.ro 12000 Rod-Crn
oro
scales, pieces of bait and
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caught and released -
a sea I -
_. a." highway (fl-aid I / tlaliont end f
1P'1., J. full last Friday', making him eligible two weeks old shrimp then It la
I, a true fishing boat. That mahogany mobile iinirs oporaling in your 4 i
we suppose foe the Audu.
1.--------.i/L_.__- __ and chrome dont meana ( } inrerail.
l HAVE YOU A BOY (OR GIRL) 10/
thing, If the boat manufacturers
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S ;IK THE ARMED FORCES? .
want rave notices from us
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ECONOMY TO REPAIR OUR'i'Io" fishing writers my advice Is Yor r .l 'Today-tomorrow- ' them to open couple of dfigen 1 tray being a real need for the .
HOME cans of sardines. and sprinklethe r services of a Red Cross field // I i j. i'
,'! contents in the bilges. .'
4' I-Ic 7- 4die
vdirector, recreation or ho** Will 'ILLNESS
i Allen Corson, jr_ fishing edl- t h { 1"t
SEE US FOR ALL I A r pltul worker! -- : INVADE YOUR HOME? 1

F* Alhofn*.n4abroad,Ihtnunlia "
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*' ep ,4 No family is !
v' Imrnu'ler
REPAIR BUILDING | warhmo cllvlllx of //ht4
and NEEDS 4 ,
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COWSUFFERERS v J nli
It' l Rid c rest for Iht ornnd fosse< G ) Crou (1faI.'ftllft' ham. nunlno
e'ASE 4 m*a cgnlinulnq mean lilts, J t"r va*{*':otocti ci la the dome. ond file ,J

... community.. ANegNh2.III ,910 In-. ,j
.*: VX .. have received Rod. Gnu li air
4f III Ndivisosls ..rtil..,,,. 11 'l
666 STA LIEP IN 1 .J

Gasa Lumber Co. SECONDSfi.t r H -.I tll i,k'

hn..e.. .SM t N f GOINGO HAVE A BABY? Don't
,I' ac. a. ww you si e? How cosily it may be you 1 ,
1\1.\ k.Siill: ; Doing Iu Be.t.'To Supply' You You'll 'te a better mother after who will need the Red Cross? See-how much $
LiwN
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111 Red Cross .
PHONE 66 rnr.n.M. YNw training ,
.air 5' Claim 'In nutrition, mother' .ft -how very much-it Ineans to your country, i

r. "Why'eoro, end. family hnHh,... to your community, to you yourself to have .
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1,1.\\" w r av.ilebl.iebosdr.dsefIodt.u th.,..... J r this great, ; organization. ready and able tot I

Wt :Palm Beach Directory I answer. the next cry for help? See--why you '

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'1:1": '. ''WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACHTHESE American,Red Cross? ., t ? .p'""
' FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE ,' '
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dl1t" iiiiniiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH :I s and they headed for I COUNTY QUINTETTE !
(these
_"o \\.r.i when It was known iiiMiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii l, yeu i WINTER PARKINDISTRICTTOURNEY "JOE"a
BOWS TO
COURT ll list-Lor.named for Stuart! With then three
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Should (
i tai: i'hiiUtfi.-r' Bart Bitten and People You Know- ;iw. tldtne, 11. Gerald, '8 Ch1ld-j OSPL

the )had Karen: t, they have lade Stuart Indian'River Conference -
; \ FISHED! i ''I 9ylot apartment illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliMIIIII I I iifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiitimTexas i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I i l l I bowed
champs
J* unit* Statue \that time five home on Akron !nve where they basketball'
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BEN E. SMITH I and Indiana and )'ounll I I out of the district' tournamentat NG
tii.ir t ncnts hove been Used to purchased the T. R. Chamber
OWNER OF DUGAN'Sa Ben spent his high school yearsnear Friday after-
I Winter Park
\ tiW ,heed rooms In Monte, at the sane time they
c..e of tljudL) / <.Xter ltvi reception
I South End He joined the I I bought! the arcade business. noon on the short end of 38-18 JOBBING CONTRACTING

I ,prosects, \ various, sections of the building!_____ 1 Navy In 1829 when he was 18 I Mi Smith \Is a Baptist and a score losing to-the Winter Park PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE

/ t>,?hldin (hew rooms there \1s a yean old and became a petty 1 82nd: Degree Mason II he had five. Ed Howard was high mart ALL Wflflt GUARANTIED
has by the new i t'un room And roof garden for officer before his 4-year Phone 308
Ijeen.complfted in It
v i' lime to emlulge a hobby for the Tigers with t points In

owners" of ,'\\1lW.t k: Court wttertalniug, mentended.At would be tiavdlng, particularly Stuart appearance In the
; Although) the puivitcr-by is most I that time, In 1924, he enILsi.j' only
Ian out places! of historicalinterest.
{apartments. Mr d Mrs, Wells I !hunting tournament held
i; attracted: > by the new whit I exItinior to Stuart to join his The second choice la class B,group 5 .........
A tlpplncott and Dr.'HolllsPotter I i a tout through; the bulldJii j D. Smith, who had been attracted boating and fishing, which is at the Winter Park gym
'" members ot the 1 reveals the beauty of newIcsihtu'tlesa The team was quartered 'In
Chicago ;( to Folrlda by the building '
I plenty tritium tot \liking Florida I sit / Joe
where
I barracks at the Orlando Army .. Marsh
Snug Harbor corpw\ 'i i ion, 'who I :iiid rugs and newly boom and Ben went W work for "--- made !/

Comprise the Boulevard Building> 111IIQ1,1..rl'lfurniture\ for which Ed Hale, a roofing contractor I Win''l. 0ni'llia: | In the woods, the Air trip Base accompanied Nine members by Coach
@ with U tHendrlckson. hCik,) ,tie owners brough a pro- t Here he wife land'
corporation together met his .
/ j U Sal e to pul out youk campflreU Chuck Kindred,Manager Junior
Chicago IttattW spits .w JOIll l upholsterer! from Chi- business ) the -J A Definition
\ ..I.tu.a wooto fins Mancil, nad M R. Matheson
umy
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Is now here on his, yurfrt, i I.':". tie' In Charles. C Cjewln Bonnie Dutton.rl'h'; 1>former I I .--__- --- -_..- -'--- ..

i Buenna berthed at/ : the Gttwrtt\ % \vim ilex been ..o attracted to Mr. and Mrs M A. putton, i I of Our Town

Marine docks I'H1.IIU'! 't that he plans to open a come to Stuart from Wyoming. i l
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Starting!! last fall when Contractor l is isili, >s :licwOiltr The Dutton returned to Wyoming EXPECT TIRE RECAPPING -- -

Herb Yqurw and PsUirt ,i improvements! Includei .ft and young Ben later "wont, Somebody Mori oar town just criticism art forrotlr ? y
i Contractor Mart Bmltjt\ ttejian4epalrlng '\* iKclrli' stoves' and refrlger- a west and married his Stuart girl ,I the other diy w "A plus where folks hteom MlihbaVly and kV

i- \ (\ ; ,Mid .redecorating ..101'8 1 in natty of the aptdtmenti in 1929 a Thermopolls and took 1 i. Have Your Smooth Tires Recapped by Humphries, Hit people talk about y large -*
the! tt-iffoatfw 1' ,its i itilractivenew of the rental her back to Zanesvllle Ohio your back,, tot come U watt M From s I sit, emit
m i jJ *
ui alto t hUh' compare with ex- Tiro and Appliance Company at Fort Pierce. hirteen
building 1111111.an4 out Nut Wy1k, Starting married life there, you when you're eke nevekdj tack harm to anybotj,
has attrmted: attention\ as wooly i i,,'I\! ', housing accommodations ./. I ;IIIU'. Den took a flyer at the insurance I Years Fxpencnce: All Work Cuaran d. I, Fvt got to admit therms something gala folks don<'t let ft P*

as tenant!!' who have IMlea the i in Mi iml and We t Palm Beach Ben E Smith. Y.f1iAftlllflllll'l business but later joined the to It. A lot of our folk areinclined 11o I so long at Uq
51 units to (overflowing lutht! \ i io;,,;<,' :oiuted In l the addition of klaf of the Zanesvllle New andran to be pretty outspokenand spelt r Individual pitfeences
In the office arcade ONE OF FLORIDA'S FINES LANTSI
nui dMlnRuWicd season !cann post
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the neuron the clrcultlon departmentfor t whetVr
they
I quick to criticize .. t 4 erj "r apply to kit
"' I Originally built\. lll'llIlth... ennui(' t.) Stuarts winter colony. for the past season It a native I four yean By that time they : about little things,like a woman! or beer.Thafe On way it iste,0,
Ii" ------- - 0>' mU Mrs Potter and Mr. :' 01 West Virginia having been were ready to venture Into business hat, or a man's preference for a town, anyway, nd I hops that A

.'xl: MIR Ilpncncolt have' lived born near Rlpley about 30 miles for themselves and pros HUMP (class! of beer,or the color of Cy the same la yours
: ROTARY XLUB t 'hi apartment this season and (rom Charleston He was the I pered In a grocery business Until I Hartmsn's new ban).
J!1 Ne, t'i,'H hosts to former friends last until of-
children of a year a purchaser
of eight :
aAHls youngster But vile snyoM's la trouble ge9it4Copyrlshq
as e.y ,.1 hi l lafbs associates from feerd too great Tire: & Applianj[ Company
LIi 11ULM (RILL' Baptist minister. whQ later went a temptation IhoM differences and points of
\ 411 14 NoJA '?,' 11 |cart of the United States into the timber business. and they sold out. 1 I ILh Fort Pierce, lorida
\ ;v'i vh i I MM its limb Stone editor I
4 PEGS, M, the timber lands orSal In their .
Following ,. .,... .
i Y'l"IJC' : magazine and his lath been all 1947__Usirc!States "
he family lived In Ohio and working .1
I' a'tt' I 110m' New York City Carl'rbekri .
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; I Fort Pi ce/Florid i| >I 1 T'I'" Metal Co of Phlla-
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FREDERICKPORTER I 1,1.11" t In build a home here: E J.f,5'; d'
Foot Specialist I r, "" Sillitt president of the SPENT IN I r.' FIRMS

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j' 1 Sunrise Theatre Bid;. r ri I. <;ill ,,i'HI! pn' .Miit commodore of MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU
tn) llniii[Ie o Yacht club and his

i ':' :';. ...L- \'I i i' .11' I.\"e\ Sollitt's company STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

STUART WEL DRILLING li ant"i the" Great! Lakes Naval

Quick Service, Wo try to Training station I and other na-

,It. please you inuiro at 3<19 ti"",allki. jwn projects High- -

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    f"j r'i1. Stuar/Florida pa'ttrlpaUon: ) \i" in the Miami-Mas- SMITHS Your Advertisement in This Directory Carries i StuartAuto

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    I (I. .j 1 t \ v!hl'l1lnr, Specialties Co.. ODArwiy.i. I,
    REALESTATE And TrMW I Court!
    ,(sal' inst ili Ouirtav F Fischer At Minimum Cost.
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    a.(I ,It ,?,f the' Qiinl Corporation In The F ndly Spot ALL v IU CES

    /. I C'hin'a's', .with his wife\ and slsirr IN I It would cost you $16,SO just for pottage alone to send a penny postcard to each of our subscribers. BLAand| AKER
    :Mi"s .\.delal e Fischer: and Post Office Arcade
    OM Dla it-War h w as
    others who arc listed In the Stu- a. E, SMITH 0.nr i

    R i rt.!. N>WH each week as Arrivals 1 "J71II'I"'" '

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    ,\ Inv ants "".. 'iou to God" will ben I II I 1'' A X I: ROOFING Give Your Car or Truck

    I ,'n h:: Rev Chas A Carrlel, & A Complete Check Up SERVICE
    D D. Sunday at 11 a. m. at the CNtARr NE s PAPPAS i iSeatteat of aU kinds ltd EXFCRIFNCED :
    s.E1t'\.C- ATTENDANTS
    Sales and fisting Throujh- Pn, bytes tan service In the Wo- BE. ; I AND ME NICS

    out Martin County man'lClub.. WO AM a Cr Ro Re icing oPEt"t;; ,..4." Prompt .- Depend
    iiKljy I school. Beginners and General, 9f; $(' I I
    I 111 be held a"\10 + Genera Mirverjr Stuart Courteou
    ot" t v u a. mi I' Standard
    W B. TILTON ; and Repairs 'The ace Where Co.
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    YOU BUILD HOUSE 1
    Building l'l\h' \l 144-R RALPH P. DLf:1I: 0.... PHO 149
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    Phone
    YUllth Hi, rvlre will be held at I SELL CHOICE LOT AVE ,
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    'r PHONE 161 n in in cooperation with 75 X 125 For One Dollar HI-W.
    I i opal, at the
    Ph' people
    I '. Home Phone 158-M l-nuh i House Inane with Bill ArmourWaterfront I ___ ...-J.- _. ___ ,

    I \ as if after. WHEN YOU'lit THINKING OF PITCHFORDSCAMP Buy The Best

    _n -- ---- BATEMANCONSTRUCTION
    I CONCRETEBLOCKS GENERALELECTRIC

    i Uncle Billy'sez. CO.ROAO .
    rroperaes
    / } FORCottages 7 I i '
    6'1 Along the t Indian' and bt Lurc virs, and Hobe SoLhd. ana oatsWHOLESALE AfD MAHiBTCOK-
    A I /lxrl".Ire: prvlp by.t.U q Fow ros Appliances TSA 3LAND'
    (ocean t'tolttage, : w. 1. + Srw.re.q. .. Pr.4iNlea.1Gran'pappy i i
    CONC E ITEMS Se.foBait Kitchen, Laundry,
    I Cabinet, and ,all small ARING
    i FoSaleJENSEN preached, and we ?
    PpliJSres/ Radios DING
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    o I i 1 WERE YANKS! That HONEST : E IC MAT uBMITTEDP.
    r DIXIE HI vAr *HONE 17-WQuinnY AT COUNTY BRIDGE I
    Y MEN cannot be BOUGHT with I rnone 81 I 0Br 1134 w.l M 11e
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    or THANKS'That !

    t J th' BIGHT to vote was our .t'i
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    I Ai tore CENTRAL MARKET fir ,caln at th low of Pilgrim COMPLETEElectric I Docks
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    "Where ." ea" blood and t fall fvote Insults and Refrirera- I ,
    Akron
    Meats, Ut-oceries tnd and th' !SLAIN long since beneath tion SERVICE i Seawalls
    Shop at "Your Slirktt" No Job Too
    And FroBen Foods t th' sod! Large Or
    Fo 'Too Small Boat Houses
    -r M.IW PRO CE, DRUGS "Tb t' once we've voted we
    i NOV TIES, GIFTS Meat Prod and HO SOUND t
    IING LIBRARY Grocer knuckle down and support tb'IIlde All Ty is Oerror
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    JensenBeach CourteousConveniently enice 14 PltT: than won, fer no re.llport CO. at ion

    will fuss and frown after a i D.jjCPfcono Iva aylorP
    Sloos/ Non, P.Pn roe sal. I Located HobttSound 327
    race b runTher'i! much tbat'lilackln' }
    PHONE 9131-J Joe Brook Vte Phone x 474P
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    ,, / nowadays, when Jobs Sniart 185-J i ON 04-J

    I V e L are refuted, point-blank to those I 1MAGI 1-, __ __

    '1 JT 1 >X who worship In other ways, or .. .
    don't walk W --
    r I Web Or ay L r- SUNRAYJALOU : They do so hold I II 'ag'Inst> 18 demandliT a tooth Party's, fer a plank tooth!_ ---1 CONCRETE BLOCK
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    and want to know what party you be, 'and WHAT you did In th' Lance Brothers ,Available ImmeduU

    Mot s I IES j BOOTH! You par your taxes to ran Ih' State, no matter bow you Delivery

    AUTHORIZED ALE R FOR may Vote -! but In the'r Jobs, PARTICIPATE NOT UNLESS YOU Restaurant 8 x S x 16 regs
    ADO BEAUTY.'C: PORT AND MANNED-THE'R BOAT{, 8s8xl6
    VALIIKBUSIN 1 YO NONE OR GOOD 'OD
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    s SUNRAY RSEsTIMAT It', natural, eatln'.hearly, when fer tb' check yon pay! But seems Frie mo.phere

    I (, 3I s"h DAY vM NITS SUBMITTED n shame tbd real i .lop-hands *:*:Industrious,sober and bright .r- V. MILE Service 3241STEEL

    WRECIOF' ERVICE Sunr Shutter can't heal the'r Irons and burn the'r: brands unless they voted right! rH w STUART R ER, INGb
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    Products; DaiijX I : e 748314'S&
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    Throughout Martin County RESTAURA Jensen. Hdwe. a& moltsW.AMuaosu

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    \ Island Oecan-to-Sound Estates ,uraLESS
    ap\ter SlUe 31Wa
    UNDER BIRBCTION OF clods.Es Phone D ARE mAt'

    " C. B. ARBOGAST CRAOUATE L, C. CLEMENTS'DIETITIAN eadquart roll= STUART rick BY up SERVICE Deliver ELECTRIC. SERVICE APT. :T HAVE IT. Lit

    eraIFishegsen J. P )TROT, Jr.4ae
    Ktal Estate WATEIUltONT PROPERTIES Insmfanee FEDERAL HI-WAT Mr-Rw1 STUART PHONE I .Jen x
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    Ii-VcELEBRATIoN; AT FORT PIERCE SATURttKY r \ 'P BRING GUESTS FROM 'GLADES


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    BRINGS OUTE OF THE NEW F.E.C. CUT-OFF HUGE BARBECUE B LOFT1N TO SPEAK i of the huge fields, row! ot growing Y 4
    !OUIE I vegetables extend almost as dt '
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    far as the eye can see. BMW

    LADESER.: R Ro SET FOR FETE Diversification Band In hand with 'Increased an "


    o EAST COAST ? IUdICOIMtt AT FORT PIERCESt. r{ some production trend,has toward lone diversifica a whole- } rnT

    ybRr PWICL y tton. Beans at one time were almost -
    ,s,
    2 aaacsan the sol and leading prod-
    Wed" As Proven MOT LucU County Expects to uct. Although they are still
    For Wide Stat4 Entertain,Throng among the leaders In volume, I I
    Area yin SaturdayThe other vegetables have Increased
    i o' e'... rapidly In Importance The
    Several thousand persons from Z MARTIN'' sruast o arrival of a special train growth In celery production, for "
    Everglades and adjoining' nCOls47Y wA front date. Harbor In the Everglades example, has been particularly I
    ie are expected at Fort at 11:45 Saturday morn marked, rising from 87,cars In 1
    unties p1
    Z ing will signalise the beginning
    Saturday to celebrate 1 34-J5 to 4.733 can In 1949-48.
    ores ,Lake lees 'n of a giant celebration at Fort
    mpletton of the MC, CutOff. Pierce to mark opening ot the Some of the vegetables being
    ,ute to the Everglades. ratwavw "'. .., new FEC cutoff.A produced and shipped In carload : -
    Here are some physical characilsUcs Okeechobee ern parade will begin at noon or mixed lots In approximate f1t f1tF'
    of the new line--which at the Fort Pierce railway depot, order of Importance are: ., from HM \
    'etreamUDer will
    serious difficulties CANAL 001sTanran moving to Jaycee Field where a celery- beans, cabbage, mixed nil Florida East Cout bring guests ]
    dyed ,no giant barbecue Is planned to Everglade to the Cut-off celebration .t Fort Pierce.,
    escarole,
    moat'ot the vegetables, potatoes, l F'' a
    eonrtruction
    feed thousands. More than 1000 .
    ,
    chicory, radishes, tomatoes v
    peas
    ,ute( being through flat pined IlNs. -t f wet pounds of beet will be barbecued. Former V, ., Senator Scott M. !
    scrub palmetto, with eau q eNU4 Loftln, Florida East Coast corn, eggplant, chill, pep I of the l Improved transportation service
    and GLADE each Bands from Stuart, Vero, Pa- most of the potentialities .1 s
    ,( exception of 2 H miles where LAOS Nossos lokee and Fort Pierce will 111 on Railway trustee, who will pers, lettcue, endive, carrots, rich soil and favorable climate and facilities provided by the '
    crones the Allapattah\ Flats" IOeYN SAY COUrlTY o m band. Picturesque float will speak at the Fort Pierce Celebration. -. collards, romaine turnip greens, One of the last .,section of Florida East Coast Roalways
    Martin u uN uh feature the parade. rutabages, ,squash and onions.A .
    northwest county. j Florida' ,to be developed, the new Lake Okeechobee-Fort i
    Public speaking: will include! large paint for the extraction : '' the
    Illustrating the still virgin I I' 'Glades have blossomed Into any Pierce Cutoff paves way
    baracter of some' sections of I I addresses. by Chief Justice Ewyn. 2,104 carloads of perishables out of starch from a special" amazing agricultural and Indus-, for further _Increased production I
    been ?sOACN'T' Thomas former Senator> of this, region ,By 1939-40 the type of sweet potato grown In and diversification In this re- r v I
    which have not yet i
    odds Scott it Loftln, ,.&0. Railwaytrustee i trial empire within a comparari'lively I II t I
    volume had Increased to 5028 the area, has recently been completed
    pened up to development by and dignitaries from brief period of time. The I| mal bble area.SAILFISUING,
    hft railroads or highways, the nearby eommunltlei. I I cars and in 1(45-48 reached at Clewiston, paving the I --- .... - ---' I
    rr line runs through! practlc7 Entertainment planned for 1 peak of 12.314. carloads, which way for another money crop
    undeveloped' territory tor atanct the visitors includes a tour of does not Include a large volume Ramie a plant producing a fibreof
    of almost 17 miles. the port and ocean beaches, motorcades I I of sugar and sugar products unusual tonsil strength anda I Ifl' :
    of the adjacent lands, Hap showing mate of the Florida East Coast Railways new Cutoff to groves, packing and Approximately BO per cent of variety of uses, Is being grown I\ iHf
    [Mne pedal toward the 'eastern which Is te be opened with a Celebration at Fort Pierce OB canning plants open house at the acreage planted In cane I II on a large experimental ,scale. I II I ,
    March Ith. Joining the old Okeechobee braach at a point 152J clubs and lodges, and a street adjacent to the Florida ;East Two plants for the processing of \ f
    id, are already being drained, miles south ot New Smyrna Beach, the new Cat-off extends in dance at the Community Center.St. Coast Railway and last year this ramie are now In operation. In NOW!
    STRIKING
    wed and planted.The Lucle County Chamber of THEY'RE
    a northeasterly dlrectloa to the main line at Fort Pierce. Total line moved S27DO' Carloads of addition to the large sugar mill
    track is designed for heavy length of the new track .is MJ mites It is designed to provide event Commerce. Is sponsoring the cane and handled 1,803 carloadsof at Clewiston, Puerto RIcan interests I'
    tj being laid with 90poundU the rich agricultural area around Lake Okeethobee with greatly I raw sugar and molasses out at Okeelanta have another I G Yours With)
    u compared with the light Improved transportation service,*as It reduces the rail distance of the district large sugar mill and re-
    pound rail used in the old from. this area to the Florida. East Coast Railways doable track $37,500,000 annually, making a Records of the U. S Depart- finery under construction. 'fOLEY .EET I
    inch line Ties are creosoted main line by 1M mile. region of no'small Importance.Palm ment of Agriculture show that As the result of the development -
    nd fully tie-plated. Rock balI between and of V '
    Beach County embracing 1929 1939 In excess special grazing grasses
    I Is being applied on curves, much of this region, leads all of SO,000 additional crop acres I and forage crops, many Glades Attention, Boatmen See Us I
    idge approaches and crossings, artly by the Peavy-Wllaon Lumber -, thousands of acre of ,new land! counties of the nation In the were brought under cultivation farmer are now combining cat-
    hlle the remainder of the Company until their opera- : adapted to pasturage citrus money value of Its vegetable In the Glades area. Since then tle fattening with their vegetable MARINE StftPLIES !
    act will be rock-ballasted a* Uona. In the territory are com growing, truck crops and sugar crops. thousands of acres each year operations. Low cost cattle feeds #
    platy as conditions will permit pleted., I cane The agricultural produc- The Florida East Coast Railway have tiben cleared brought under are also being produced from MANY NOT AVAXABLE ELSEWHERE I *
    Grades are exceedingly light, ,The total length of the new tion of St. Lucie County, In pioneered? In the develop water control and planted, the residue of potato gralndlng II I
    aching a maximum of only .25 line U S9J2 miles Near the west which most of the new trackage ment of this district, with the the Incerase being particularly mixed with molasses and other TONE 47-J
    r cent.'From an elevation of end It crosses the Seaboard Air in located, has been rapidly expanding construction: of its original marked during the war. Farming elements. Intensive research and
    feet above mean sea )level! atc I Line Railroads Coleman-West,. For example, the 1934 branch line to the town of Okee here la on a large scale Individual experimental programs being TOLE BOATYARD j
    Fort Pierce yard, located ate Faint Beach extension. Here Interchange census showed 181010 citrus chobee, at the head of the Lake, farms average from 180 to I carried on by the United States ,
    crest of the low.coastal sand facilities and an automatic trees in this county. In 1948 this In 1915, )Later: the road was extended S20 acres, with some single operators -i government State and private 5 Miles South of Stuart on Old Dixie I
    dge, the line drops to Its lowt I interlocking: plant are county had a total ot 2,240000 south along the shore of planting as high as 2500 ,- Interests are constantly\ uncovering '.1
    t point of Ie feet within a dls- being provided. citrus trees, or an Increase of :the Lake to Canal Point In 1925, to 1000 acre. Practically all [ new possibilities, and assisting Salerno Florida
    nce of about 2.9 miles. Then r What the New Link Accomplishes 239 per cent. Fort Pierce, the to Belle Olade In 1927, reachingits work la done by tractor In some growers in making: the 1
    Ire is a series ot moderate As previously pointed out, the county seat, has also grown present terminus at Lake r
    c cents to a point approximately new Cut-off brings the rich: rapidly and is an Important Harbor In 1939. "
    J miles from Fort Pierce, Florida agricultural area around business and shipping center, I Prior to this the early pioneers
    Ire the highest elevation of Lake Okeechobee 120 rail miles Importance at Glade Ana in the Glades district had BRINGING FLORIDA'S RICH GLADES AREA '
    If feet is reached at the rim of nearer the Florida East Coast The area around the east and to bring their perishable pro I i
    a LikeOteecaobee' basin. Railway's'Hgh speed: urge capacity ; south shore of Lake Okeechobee, duce by boat down the New i ,

    m here the line drops gently double track main line Other served by the new Cut-off has River to Fort Lauderdale, or 1
    n feet at Its Junction with advantages to growers and ship I become one of the leading vegetable later up the Lake to Okeeeho-1 I
    >t existing branch along the pers In the area are obvious. and cane sugar producing bee In order to reach a rail terminal -
    , kke shore the' States. Production seriously I
    Empty ears, extra motive power regions in United was
    :J A total of 1.396 feet ot' trestle and train crews assembled at The rich black:, level soil here, hampered by lack of rapid trans r .O roar nsu I20MILES
    crk was required to cross the Fort Pierce can be made available built up by ages of, decaying portation facilities and Inadequate -
    Jr. ralnage canals creeks and on much shorter notice than vegetation, varies from' several drainage. With the build-I
    Pads encountered. Treaties are formerly, when they had to be to fifteen feet in depth. It can ing of the railroad
    ,r.r.I f ereosoted piling with steel! brought from a much greater be readily worked by machineryand Lake and extensive: aeraewn 'hsoticL NEARER
    wand steel stringers. Longest distance at New Smyrna Beach. needs only a minimum of work, the development of theGlades i
    I I '
    Me Is 309.S feet. Embank- This Is important, due to the conditioning minerals and fertilisers went ahead with amai-II {"e ,h rl MMTNIn a
    nle Involving 840,393 cubic highly fluctuating character of to yield Its wealth. Products Ing speed. .t
    of f material the tracker .ot this area DOW have a Back In 1929-30. the Florida DOUBLE TRACK
    carry the Glades traffic, which some < THE .t
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    I pkg. Il
    total value of approximately East Coast Railway handled only n I ;
    swampy! areas and otherPreaeonL weeks may average less than 200 i iI ,' .. .,NT..
    cars, and during other periods Okrniogr a ZE. MAIN LINERAPID
    !fat 25 continuous miles the reach a peat of Over 700 cars a I
    k runs as straight as anlUll' wee*. Likewise: loaded can can a .ti
    SHOPPE' .
    THE LITTLE JEWELRY raxoaer yganlf
    without the suggestion of be'moved out of the area more Aesr '
    flrvt The only cun..' are promptly and be given expedited ralM eCN '
    = led near the Fort Pierce and service over the main line. I SPECIALS ,
    p.fN IA/ D tMI WpTNZ
    J. Okeechobee ends. There are From an operating standpoint, ralNtt .
    'o Paulng tracks in the new the new Cut-off substitutes Ladle Stretchable Bands _$6.25 -- i

    each having a capacity forBear heavy duty, higher speed track "
    train. age for the comparatively\ light I EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING

    The new Cut-off Joins the old I,I construclon of the former branch YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
    uuh line at a point' 152.9' route, On which only the lighter I I
    !Ua from Mew Smyrna Beach. types ot motive power could be 215 Osceola Ave. Lyric Theatre Bldg.Merr'iman's .

    .. Mayto .Joint, a I I operated expected at restricted that considerable speeds.It I I n. .,;fM15Pli! >'7 r = ......... j 11

    *"> of lit miles Is being development- take place MPLETIO of the Florida East Coast Railway'sw ''
    """toned but a portion of this in the practically virgin terri I Cut-of between Lake Okeechobee and Fort

    Kkage, from Holopaw to May tory immediately traversed by lerce, rnajM another milestone in the progress of the) i'tf'
    's will\ be operated tempor- the new rail lint, as it opens up,i TavernFORMERLY GROWTH f buloual/rich Florida Glades area, which has become) ,'
    o la of /e leading winter vegetable and cane sugar
    LONG WAY BETWEEN CURVES p \>duorhg section of the United State ."
    ,.._,
    ''''" OF GLADES AREABack J
    S .' THE P: A M iw Cutoff pro.ide.', improved tranep ';- :;
    to facilities, reducing the rail distance from Lake u'!,
    "a in 1929-3Qjh Florida chobee to the Florida East Coast Railway' high has j'j'i'
    s Invites You East Coast Railway moved only pe A, double track main line by 120 mile It also i

    r f { I," 2,104 carload of perishables out ope i up thousands of acre of virgin land in St. Lucie I
    and Martin Counties adapted to citrus, >, c
    of the Glades area. By 1939-40 pasturage,
    TO ENJOY THE FINEST OF ICE COLD production had Increased to 6,028 y toad p* and sugar cane. .-I f'to ,

    carload and in 1945-46; reached/ The Fwrida East Coast Railway pioneered in the) des ;
    BOTTLED BE! a record of 12,314 carL In add* velopnVnt of this remarkable agricultural empire with i H ;jt N Ni
    lion to winter vegetables yfne the co &traction of ill original branch line to Okee t
    .; Florida East Coast Railwa/last chobee In 1915. Later this was extended along the east : i s it
    ,a Premium Brands year handled 32,790 carl ds of and *outi shore of the Lake in the 1920*. Winter can and 1,802 carload/of raw vegetables and sugar product began to flow out of '1 r
    sugar and molasses, Bfoduced in the region in constantly increasing volume.It '
    i, CHOICE SELECnoVl OINES ,, this region.Th improved service,
    provided by its new Cut-off, has t tooV been the policy of the Florida East Coast
    pare the way for farther increased Railway t \make improvement, such a* this, that constructively \
    production and diversification. .! Vid the continued growth and developmentof
    n fit engineers running ever the Florida East Coast RaOaew ?, its fast growing territory. 1
    Lake Oaeeehobee-Fert. Pierce Cat-eft which is to be ,
    V4 with Celebration: at Fern Ptoree .a March Ith, will net -
    'Ttter 4wlth iun. For U continuous allies the track: runs Merriman FLORIDA EAST '> CQAST" RAILWAY ;
    Jim
    fight as an arrew, Only earwea are located af the Lake ,
    ekes and Feet Pleree...... The nrw rail link brings th."d1lCt1" '
    Glades area IM saDea Bearer the Florid* Jut: Coast '241 Osceola Ave. A Florida, i I Industry: and .Institution: i .j/
    1 wan high speed doable track main One, than the re.te :
    '."' die order, kraBch which Joined the male. HM. at New \

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    -: Mr. and Mrs. J/IIOry'DeLoach: her aunt. r''nurse Is teaching*. J.litre
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    !I SOCIAL NEWS of Stuart t I Iliiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiimimmniiiiiii were and Mr.callers and In Mrs.fort Bill Pierce Fendanrls Sun JENSEN 'BEAHNEWS of they Cleveland.Mr.had and all Mrs.Ig/esl5i OhWytast Harry i for Hauler three I.horn Monday Dul'l1nlhr, Wednesday- Urn*and a IM4ayst1:00P.M parent Phillip., J

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    day
    day. during this Mr*. WinUra NlneWMr
    !II III Jill 111111Jill 1U111uunnuuuunnnnu Bchyde and daughter Carol of I
    Mrs. L. M. Arnold left Monday CharUtte BeOlerIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIMIH week and next The meeting *. John Yon of BsV'ri

    INDIANA' COUPLE i Mrs. B. W. Beadell of Chicago for Fort Pierce to visit bet son, ...................................By... 0411.41111/,1111.. .. ......,w_.............................".................... Netf Superintendent Haven.. Conn.of Mt Music ScfiyfleI of are held at the Palm City Michigan, left the MtTlor J
    \ JENSEN VISITORS Is the-house guest of her sister, Bill and family. i from : schools of New Haven Conn. Church home after two weeks bets
    the
    Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gamble Stetson University Fridayto
    Mrs. WUllam Orathwohl and
    .L "Mr.: 'Paul of ,! Elder W. R. Roland, one of the with his He 1s also a famous bass soloist Mrs Barbara Kmellta of Chi- the horn of Mrs. Feioauittj
    end
    't and Mr* Adams Mr Orathwohl on St. LucIe and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gamble spend the week I I and family lit. f
    State Missionaries of the. First H at the forest Lake Academy cago 1 Ie leaving Friday for her and Mrl
    scenic Mr sang
    \ Nashville, Indiana, In Crescent.111111IIIIIIIII1111111'1111111111111Ill11111. were in West Palm Beach Tuesday parent. Mr. and Seymour Felnauer. 5
    Brown county are visiting Mr.J Baptist Church, had charge ol f Gideon. at Orlando on Sunc1ay.ndat home after two months; spent ence
    the morning and evening services I 'the Seventh Day Adventist here in Stuart. All an looking| Mr, and Mr*. J. L Harris I
    and Mr. J. L. Bond at Ocean / / / Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bykes The Church Aid Circle of the b
    Breeze Park, Jensen Beach. last week end in the First and children of West Palm Jensen Community church will Church In West Palm Beach on forward to her return next sea- announced the birth of t

    They are ardent admirers of SALERNO NEWSBy Baptist Church here. Beach were calling on friends sponsor a rummage sale at the Tuesday evening. SOIL daughter, Mrs. Harris b
    Stuart. and state that they haveseen Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cole and here Sunday. Mrs Syce I 11 the Jensen post office Arcade Friday Mrs. Francis W. Herrick and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruhun of former Callla Savage.

    40 State and believe this MRS. O. D.:QUIGLETIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllllll I children, Norma Faye and Bud former Lillian Walton and Saturday, March 7th Mrs. H. O. Speed are guest for Cleveland arrived February 22,
    part of the country and Floridaare I I : die, returned home after J Mrs, Louise Schulto, of White! and 8th, hour 10 A. M. to 4 two weeks of Rev. and Mr*. H. for a week's visit at the homeof In 1941 the damage to iwl
    the most wonderful of all. months in Palatka with Mr. City and Mrs John Sorrenson' P. M. L. Packard. Mr*. A. J. Gould was his brother Charles Krumra. loa's protected timberland .. I
    Rev. A. C. Aston, President of Cole's parents. Mr and Mrs. Harry Seger- for several day Mr. Mr Phillips amounted to $0
    Mr. Mama II past trustee of of Orlando were calling on Mr. also their guest and Cylde age =. ,
    the Southern Methodist Churchof Mrs. F. WUllam Gregor and and Mrs. R. B. Robertson and strom spent Monday in West Mrs. Herrick and Mr*. Speed are -
    the schools and
    county owner Latta, S. C.i will have chargeof daughter, Dorothy Mueller and family Tuesday.Mrs. Palm Beach visiting their sister of Mrs Packard. They

    and manager back of in the Nashville"Gables"restaurant He the prechlng services at the son of Seaside Park, N. J. arrived Ernest L. Rlcou of Stu- daughter Miss Connie Seger- expect to return to West Palm I Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum
    I Southern Methodist Church here Friday to spend the rest of the art spent Sunday here with relatives strom who Is employed there. Beach on Monday. :
    If highly Impressed with theareas Sunday, March f, at 10 o'clock. In their winter home here.
    season
    and flrends. Mr. and Mr*. A. A. Hendry,
    Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Kerekesand
    tion advantage sport fishing and recrea- Everybody: is welcome.. Mr and Mrs. C. T. Mothers Miss Verna Gamble returned jr.. are entertaining Mr*. Hen- daughter, Bernice of Toledo, Asphalt Tile atloorij'

    Penny and Lulda Avant of and daughters, Sally and Mrs i Sunday to the Rlngllng Art dry' sister, Mrs. Joe Murphy of Ohio, were recent visitors for Fancy Design Work Oar S lkcUlty
    NATURAL HISTORY FILM Miami was the recent guests of Ernest King and Mrs. MichaelPesln 1 School In Sarasota. She has Norwood, Pa, who arrived Bun- two weeks at the home of his
    : For Restaurants Bars IQiVes Etc.
    their grandmother, Mrs.. A. L. and children, Tommie and spent the past week here with Mr. ,
    brother-in-law
    sister and ,
    TO BE SHOWN SUNDAY AT Brown. Sara were callers in West Palm her parents Mr, and Mrs. Lewis day.Mr.. and Mrs. Otto Matusek I and Mr Steve Blasko. They left Will Install Anywhere jBrtimate Phan

    METHODIST CHURCH Miss Ann Whittle of West Palm Beach Sunday. Gamble., and daughter June who have February at for a trip touring *
    Beach spent last week end herewith Mrs. J. J. McCullum spent a I been occupying one of Fredrick-
    An excellent kodachrome Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Woods of through Florida.
    sound film dealing with the I tier mother, Mrs. Martha with few days friends last week in Tampa Kobe Sound spent Saturdaywith sen' cottage for the past year, Mr*. A. t Maxon has been STUART TIt & LINOLEUMStuart
    have moved into their home
    new
    dally life of the Navajo Indiana Whittle Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Taube. bedfast for several week Her
    Mr. and Mra. C. M. C. Can-
    Mr. aad Mrs. Alton Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fetzner and in StuartMr. Fla. / Phone
    will be shown Sunday evening I thorn of Clinton Ky. are sister, Mrs. G. Howard Davis of 9157
    occupying
    at T:JO In the Methodist church. sons, Lloyd and Dalton of Tampa' the Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Met- children David, and Sally left and Mrs. Sam Wortham New York 1* with her; also her I

    This full length picture .Is Issued pent last week end here visiting ger cottage on St. LucIe Avenue. Friday for their home In New and son, who have been rusting companion Mrs. Mary Porter. II I =-
    by the Natural Mrs Powell's sister, Mrs. York. They have been stayingat
    History Museumof The Hill-Bllly Jamboree was Mr,' and Mr. Joe Backus, have Mrs. William Mather of Duluth -
    I New York City and the Santa I. L. Terry and family. held in the school house Feb. Ward Lodge for the past hone Minnesota, I b visiting her I I
    returned to their In
    Fe Railway and Is authentic and Jesse Quigley was/4 business 25 The school auditorium was four months. mother, Mrs. Alice Burrell and
    beautifuL I Blount Gideon came home Speculator, N. T, Smiles An Hour
    Visitors are Invited. caller In West Palm each Satur- filled to standing room only. -- her lister and brother-in-law. Sixty Service

    Everyone enjoyed a most sue-
    INSTRUMENTS FILED FOB J. W. JOHNSONS OBSERVE
    I Icessful program. After a few remarks !

    WE HAVE ALL KINDS of welcome by Milton I II RECORD GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY fSir'
    I Carlton, Sheldon Baker and Clifford WJD, ..-Alta, A. Friable to John SUNDAY, MARCH 9 roorZFA From The .Atomic? Trio(

    JELLY AND MARMALADES Johnson, radio musicians Uppi. .

    MANY NEW Nfl and comedians entertained with W.D. George Hamilton to Willie Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson
    WE ALSO appropriate selections as an Introduction Fred Hamilton. will celebrate their mh wedding NEURALGIC PAl I N KENNY JACK a and ELDON
    SHI
    P IT
    to the play, "Spark- Agree.-Dan and Annie Porterto anniversary Sunday, March
    ANYWHEREEd's in" The one-act Hill-Bllly skit 9. Their son-in-law and daughter 4. .
    C. E.: Murphy and wife.
    [win ably presented by the cast Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Well,
    as follows: Granny Panisberry W.1>.-Dasly: Rowell to Thelma will hold open house In their R'ELleERub

    Fruit and ovelty Shop Luclle Blanton; Sury-Clara Parker. I honor at their home In Casa Atomic Grains of Wisdom No business. can U
    Jean McCulley; Lassie_ Mildred WD.-J. D. Bassett to Lucy B. Terrace. Friends are Invited to
    GARLAND EDENFIELD, Owner Stiller; and Orry-Robert Perry. Bassett. call at the Wells home between on NEURA'B M'I stronger than the man behind iL,

    I Corner 2nd St. At Federal Highway These young people portrayed WX>.-Properties.R. C. Alley to Bessemer I the hours of 4 and 8 p. m. 1. INn TING

    their respective characterizations Both natives of' Gasden
    r --
    in excellent fashion and WD.-Sunrise Product Co. to County Florida, the, Johnsons sets ::
    =
    Henry Paulson & Co. .
    afforded the -
    audience continuous
    have lived in Martin County for
    1 WJ.Andrew C. Kappe to
    NEW FEED
    PRICES
    laughter. Ernest 15 years. Mr. Johnson hu beenwith srI 0
    Following the play was a musical Caporal.Mtd.Ernest I Arundel Corp. for almost oc. stiff
    SEE US FOR to AndrewC. .... ,
    Capozzl
    I' Interlude In which Odell De- Kappes.B 30 year They have 11 children \ k r 'h esewI Due to increase of grain pricesVn the open market it
    Loach and Ernest King, guitarists -expected to be here
    Sunday
    EXPERT ,8. W. INU
    DYEINj -Marge Haesaly to
    j entertained as HillBlllySerenaders. James R. Merriman. for the celebration, and 87 ,e.. taY -. Ite necessary to adjust prices OB admixed and grain
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    and Marcia McPherson. Contract--C. E. Murry to Queen grandchildren and > great _I,. ... .......... 14 wvha 10, 1oooI.u'f feed's
    played "Ceriblribln" and 111
    grandchildren. + ""
    Take Esther Howard. = :: .o.dw.1m,
    You Home Again Kath-

    t EXPERT REAVB&VING leen" very beautifully on the Lease American Harry and Myrtle Dyerto 'I 11I1111I11I I I t I I I I IIIII.allllllllllllllllllllllllll I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I :: a..wdb nbew d., 'i:.."pe..ninky r...... hew SCRATCH m. ..._$5.00 DAIRL .$4.LAYER .
    j'' comet. She was accompanied on : Oil Co. -.....11 saw 1.s ... .,..-,.

    ; (Guaranteed for Lijfftf Garment) the piano by Gladys Perry. WJJ.Amsterdam Marguerite L.Dev.Lawrence.Co. to Palm City NewsBy Aloe,. .Io.oM.e-!: ter. 11-4 the held toIloI_oj e.wnlesae does, ...._h 4.95.. GROWER ,._ !5.10 i
    Sheldon and Clifford enter- disc= 094Rile.' w be"ysof
    WJ).-Amsterdam Dev. Co. to ==- :. Ism Aching: test.N.oils HORSE
    N BERLOU MOTH-PROOFIN / 0 Year Guarantee tained as a comedy team with Marguerite L. Lawrence. ANNA & DAY II pesedeee aW ..Ia''.. 10 FEED _,,, 4.70 OKTS 4.85
    patter and music. the side., 10 wahine, .a CLEAN Reif
    They put on avery 'tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMThes /
    fine Disc tax lien-U. S. A. to C. H. "" .. biof loP war. nee //.M Redwdaor RABBIT PELLETS 4.t 5 EET PULP 4.M
    performance to
    an ap- slid ftaa Munlf ic Nd HMueulHt
    HardwIck. Ladles' Aid of the Palm 'a" i nk widi N nl...:ldi F
    preciative audience which added rat <4
    Disc, tax lien-U. 8. A. to C. H. City Congregational Community awed. Sine knur .. fed bm>f. Hi.hlrpnu CITRUS PULP _. 3.05
    Itj much to the success of the evening Church >4 to. .. Follow.; diractlao, to folahc.:
    Luclle Blanton the grand Hardwick. will hold a bazaar At *- .ta 1*, ni M4 II.>1 b-t1e..
    : jO-Ruby Walton to L. L. March 8th from eight to twelveat
    old lady of "Sparkin MODERN-CLEAN SOOTHING
    MARTIN COU TY CLEANERS "Doln" sang" Holden. the Post Office Arcade. Since '
    What Comes
    ,
    Naturally, Stuart
    rt. Clifford.accompanied Mildred by Sheldon Stiller and S A.C.Judg.-A.H. Hardwick.O. Huntslnger 'to men January have 1st worked the Palm every City Wednesday wo-- NEUR BALM 2:f: Feed StoreKENNETH

    look, "She Was Just A Fanner'sDaughter" sang WD.-Cha McLane to Myrtle from ten to four on articles, I-WAY _RELIEF FROM ACHES AND HIM STIMMELL
    Hare. mostly gift mementoes of Florida PHONE 210

    ; Johnson, accompanied, the Hill-Bllly by Clifford Army Disc.-Lewis B. Preston. and It Is hoped, thereby to

    clown. WD. Amsterdam Dev. Co. to raise a sum of money to add to .

    ,: t SEND IT TO THE The cast of the play presentedMrs. Win. H. Barnett. their new Church kitchen fund. i
    W.D-Amaterdam The kitchen Is
    Dev. Co. to needed badly. The
    '
    Gladys Perry with beautiful i
    a -
    i"P bouquet of May a DeWitt. community I II growing rapidly
    LAUNDRYPhone187 yellow tea
    I "tit' for her part in directing the roses af- .D.-Amsterdam Dev. Co. to and this addition will be madeas AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
    fair. She responded with brief BB.-Slmone Dalba to Jean soon a* money 1 b available
    appreciative remarks. Sheridan.Sat Everyone I 11 asked to go to the
    i"i
    Then came Mr. Mtg.-Citizens Bank to Gen bazaar and assist In helping this
    Peetsy, hypnotist
    -
    H. Tilton.WD.'William project by
    purchase
    of the
    from WATER
    West
    I tI Palm Beach. His
    : HEATERSIN
    '
    f demonstration was interesting, E:: Oliver to Julia article offered.
    AND B. Judson Mr. and .
    Mr
    I amazing and amusing his audience E. E. Hilder-
    by his skill We much ap- Mtg.-Laura L. Christian to brandt of Charleston, 8. C,
    I'" WEWILI/P/CKUP/ preciate his contribution to the Clarence E.: Rose former residents of Palm City STOCKSMITHWAY
    evening. SWJ).-Salerno Dev. Co. to were greeted at the Palm City .
    Sheldon Baker Frit and Sara Anderson Church Tuesday evening. Mr.
    actad as muter
    WD.-Amsterdam Dev. Co. to HIlderbrandt
    Your Uwndry of ceremonies. All talent showed a moving
    Earl H. Smith. picture, "Destination "
    volunteered and $50.25 realized Tokyo,
    was

    t CLEAN, SANITARY \ ECONOMICAL for the benefit of the Salerno WC.-C B. Arbogast to V. R that they might help the kitchen GLASS LINED
    McDonald.
    Methodist Church Building fund. A silver offering was
    I LAUNDRYPEOPLE'S ER CES Fund. SWD.-Simmons & Pattersonto taken and over thirty-three dollars -

    I'i Mr. and Mra. J. L. Terry L. L. Jones. was added to the fund.
    tertained with a chicken en- S.W.D.-ElIzabeth R. Knicker Many thanks are extended to WESTINGHOUSE
    and a supper bocker to MerUn M. Mead.S.WD.Elizabeth the HUderbrandt HOT POINT
    i birthday cake at their
    I LANDRY home in honor of their grandson R. KnIcker- Robert L. Jeffrie, who ha I
    Buddie Coolie' first birthday bocker to Merlin M. Mead. been seriously Ill at the Martin

    Tuesday evening WD.Lettle McGee to Annie County Hospital the past //two GALLONS
    i Phone 287 McOee.WD. weeks, Is reported Improving I 30 -. 50 80 CAPACITY
    .-C. J:. Murray to Annie after the serious I ,
    Fort Clinch State Park is near setback of the
    FernandIna, Richardson. past few day It la hoped Improvement -
    WD.-A. M. Dehon to Salvatore will continue.

    Clervo. Sympathy I II extended to Mrs.
    P.W. grant-Irene W. Warrento F. E.: McCord and her daughter, ALSO,7K2 GALLONS STA\LESS STEEL

    American T & T Co. Helen In their recent loss of ?'f
    husband and father. Mr. McCord /
    FLORIDIANS PAY owned a Palm City fruit farm
    r I BESS HARDWARE CO. 20% MORE TAXES for many years. Many residents 1 FOR IMMEDIATE LIVERYHALL'S

    ,, here did not know of his sud
    : Floridians paid 20 per cent den death unta after the services I
    i WHERE FISHING BEGINS more federal taxes last year thanin were over.

    18<<. Measured In term ,of Charles Tucker, formerly\ of

    ''t the state's economy, last year's Palm City Farms, suffered a
    tax bill exceeded the past sea heart attack last week and was ,

    I ,1,: Invites YouTO son' packed value of fruits and taken to the Martin County Hos
    pIta! At this
    vegetables by 30 million writing he Is Im '"
    of dollars -
    r proving. Mr. Tucker ha been
    I :; and was four times the value In Ill health for many months

    of the basic forest products In Word has been received from

    II SEE THE NEW ENDICOiEf WILSON REEL ALSO THE dustry In the state, the research Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crew liv ELECTRIC
    NEW SERVICEPOST
    and Industrial 'division of the ing In California' of the recent

    I 1 t GULF BALL BEARING REEL Au> Florida State Chamber of Com- birth of a son. They now have
    KC WITH OTHER NEW INOVA. merce stated yesterday In Its two children, a girl and a boy. OFFICE ARCADE
    weekly buslneu review. f Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sudhoff PHONE D
    V/LL *
    TIONS IN TACKLE. YOU WAN TO HAVE OUR TRAINED Report for the calendar year her entertained over the week end
    godfather Leslie
    B.
    184f, show "that e total of $387- Robert-

    PERSONNEL EXPLAIN IT |O YOU U84M was paid Into the federal ,

    treasury by Individuals and corporations -

    In Florida In all type .
    LISTEN IN ON WIRj 5:4: DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS of taxes
    Imposed by the United
    '
    i i States government This amount GAS, ;and OIL TEXACO

    is 1.11 per cent above the IMS LUBRICANTS

    volume. Nationally collections WE ARE EQUIPPED TO GIVE YOU
    dropped,11. per cent In 1M from A COMPLET OyE L ON YOUR TRUCK
    CA OR PLEASURE
    1945.The


    BESS HARDWARE CO. the fairly past constant.federal'three''tax Tears This rate fact remained'during emphasize MARTIN 24 COUNTY HOUR IttPR WRECK N ERVICIE TIVE FOR AAAI


    the Florida Increase

    Y I, pointing (Hearty' to the expansion 'WILEY '

    it PHONES 38 and 218 STUART, FLA.i of busbies In the state and )TOTOR 'CO. '

    +{ the growth In the dollar volumeof UNDER, NEW WNEMHJ? THUR
    AUSBON
    i r Income to Individual Flortdlan North Federal Highway AND OSCAR MEYERS, '

    since war end.
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