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

MANSION X IN the Thursday before noon afternoon every delivery Thursday schedule in order of to Stuart meet BRINGING MORE Of Woman's Club Program NEW HOMES m'1 \ /Ii; I

HONE SERVICE S.- : r post This office means city delivery.that we must .establish a Wednesdaynight THAN EXPECTED the Public Health and Wellll.re-;-presenting various" asp ctf p( a GRANTED HEhI$ : 1' I I, .;

deadline for all advertising and news copy togo subject of the monthly program community health ?"ogr5.it.
of the
in Thursday's paper. Please do not ask us to accept to be held Stuart In the Woman'sClub Club Miss Flora Stanley, kOaltill '

New Switchboard To ads or copy on Thursday morning, since it will be i iI impossible $1,135 February Collection I building next Wednesday afternoon County nurse, will take 9 bar' jn Arthur Dehon An4AI\,: L

i. Added April 19j, I for us te do this and get the paper out in timeto Indicates RevenuePossibilities March 19 at 2:30: o'clock. the program explalnii| 1.I1c' Ambitious Plan (\\v/// .
Big Cain Seen make the mails. Mrs. Lloyd Travis chairman duties of her office anq the '\Ie- New Hauling V'

-- If you have news or ad copy please see us or callus -- of the Public Health and Welfare cess she has achieved tt bet *f- !< II
Stuart will have two new tele- early in the week Don't wait till Wednesday City Manager". B. Eurll told Department of the local organization forts to raise the heaiii.jv* Uhd- Arthur M. Dchort of /1. 1 ,

one exchange added to the since that results in an overload.We the commission last night that will be assisted by aiMs or the school cKjcJrei| of D holSoli" Btuartannounced : Q QOI1a1 ?%, J

rtl office by April II, A. a are trying to get out a better newspaper adding the 10 per cent utility tax raised. Mrs. F. B. Horton Mrs. L A. this area. \ an iI\\ :!'\ '
Pierce manager of classifieds $1,135 In February setting a Pressel and Miss Mary Shackcl- Music: for the afteri,Dn. Pr- residential! building proj| IJ .
nbbt, Fort a sports page this week, and setting our trend which Indicates that the pared under the direction of \' 'It
Bell Telephone and in readable In addition will ford.The he has |p '
southern larger more type. you
exceed the
A tax may original program will present several Mrs. Roacoe H. RolUl\" e/llijr-/ y4lppepaink Estatesproperty bet I
trtph Co. told Stuart Ro- find 10 per cent more news in the paper because it is, $10.000 a year estimate." aspects of public health activities man of the Music Cort\mlt\ee. high school and St. Luc(, ll I

mOl Wednesday..Increasing. being set on a narrower linotype slug than in the past. The tax got off to a slow star! In the community In will Include several toplie)"e on Fourth Street v'I, ,

ephone InstallatIon poulblU- This I Is your newspaper. We appreciate your with $131.42 In December $474.SS which Mrs. Travis has taken an numbers by member 0( the &\tart benon has secured 2sousing erA. )I. I

tart to an estimated 850, or support and any suggestions you may have for Improving In January but hit full strideIn outstanding part In connectionwith High School Band Air> tt it. February a* wrinkles were activities of the AmericanRed thorn who will assist in this P.rt sM-ucttofl of 5-room reslAI' Ii
0 per cent more. than In Janu- .' I i Ironed out. Cross and the Women's of the program are Mr*. VVenqell ,'A" ,.

r, 1MO, when there. were 357 I II .lllllllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliillillilllllllllllllilllllll....,.............,...................................,.....,.,.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIMOOSE ...........,.,..,.... ... / Runt announced ,fliat $46,809 Auxiliary of the Margin County Waters whose hUHba l\ dIr0I.s toe veterans_tea,on to a be 60 offered day .I&ili\ ? 1,1 I I
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nose In lervlce. NEWS WINS PRIZE or 78 per cent of the .1845 tax Hospital. A feature of the program I the band. Miss DorotM CIOtlts Construction of five 'v itI :il.

War yean brought an Increase I I LODGESPONSORS ON COVERAGE OF roll has been collected. will bea moving picture and Mill Emily Mornlofl, homes by Herb young.J ; '\ ;

n per cent over 1940 he said, PRESS CONVENTIONThe The Chamber of Commerce tOP> Will I begin In j I .

e January," 1HT figure being' .. received an allotment of $300 In Dr. Tigert Guest Speaker At I SOme 150,000'board feet;\[I, /\ j "I''1
2 phonei.Thi HOP Stuart News was accorded city funds for the year, Jaycee. tt u on,the site and *J l'' !
first prne for best story ort # 1
two new switchboard will I $100. building material h! ;, ,
cent Increase (?_...' t'liM> Sludlul the hospitality of Miami and aetured. '
tin a 50 per Bapist Homecoming SundayThe .5 .
local facilities One will be Ilene tehrer Brooklyn' N. Y. FOR BAND FUND Miami Beach, and coverage Convention of The new construcuA A wjj.| ,

local call, the other for toll! poses beside an 8-foot 1-Inch I the there Florida last November Press It wasannounced SAilFISH CLUB Annual-' take place on a block:; VaVirAFourth. /' j,II I''
u. Gold Button, aallflsh which i Homecoming Day ROWW Street with Uw S\0A; '
In the February of the First Baptist Church of CRARY lIo-A '(.
Wing separated 'I II
Tin Stuart exchange he sak she from the Sallfbher \
caught o I
issue ot Florida Newspaper ,
$1,964 I I. Raised To Date
II TOURNEY LIST Stuart will be held Sunday Complete details cf\\ '
to are \ 1'.1 I'
handling from S.200 4,100 I with Herman Halts. I'A'
Capt. ,
For High School New. March It. Dr John J. Tigert an ad elsewhere In today'' 1.1.'I'I I
cal calls dally I II often ao : of 'A\'I; \pe 1
jr. So far this ls the second- > Tom r. Smith, Director President of the University of OFFER SUPPORT I ::1:
rued with call that swltchiudi Band Here "We are just now .
the Miami B acb Chamber ot / '
longest sailfish entered by a Florida will be the guest speaker ne\n\ I I
are unable to handle the construction of two I I ;
Commerce Department of Public Here Standings In Current \
woman in the Stuart contest, ; at the morning hour worship..
mand.KARLES. Stuart High School band funds of on Fourth Street opp r II
Relations and chairman Martin CountyTourney l1'a' 'I
the lead" being held. by Mrs. drive has raised $1. M to date. the committee selected te i Charter members of the church FOR TEACHERS I park, which we 'believe r I'I j I "
S.nISsItI of New York with to announcement by will be honored guests. I which JI '
I according Judge the convention stories I tiDe would be a < t ; J, "
H GLASS an 8-foot I''%" .Incb fish land. Mrs Marvin Rowell chairman submitted by Florida editors In Sailfish Men's; Division _I The Baptist Church was organized I I I any community" he ;54" : aJlA I .,..'1 i,
ed from the Opah with Capt with prospect for a liberal the contest sponsored by the Locke L. MacKnezle. New York I In 1914 and C. H. Munch Progress and Welfl-e of our new construction ""V:1' 1" I I,

... W. Carman. boost on Saturday March 28, Florida Power and Light com City, I foot 4'% inch. and L. C. Klckllter were the I Students Diicu,,*d along similar lines. I ,
when Stuart Lodge 1240 of the first two Deacons. With the loss I'I'I I \eA '
"we intend to ,
IKENBYDEATH pany, annoaneed the following Sailfish Women's Division At Meet offe-f I
Moose will hold a public danceit of population In Stuart due to fS. '
homes to
'awards the unanimous 8 veterans!
Bone Suttie. New York City, I ,
the Civic Center. World War I the church disbanded Senator Eva Cnn ft\i ittI !
minimum In'
BESS PURCHASE of the prices vle% (
judges: I
foot, % Inch. u
Proceed of the benefit affair 1st ,rile, Stuart News .$101." 1 and was not organized I presenlatlve Marvin it. Ho*'>ll. I rent building costs. OuU ,I'
onecr Grower and HotelMan which will begin I at 8:30: In End prise, Ft. Mead Weight Division J. R. Cline, again until 1923. Four of the 1 addressing the meeting of tpe to boost and build 8ti'fo II f

Receives Military the evening, will go to the band.I t, Leader 75." Concord N. C.. 70 pounds. Charter Members of this organization |I Classroom Teachers' Aa 0 lall\l1. I our bit to help break Wi (
Rites Wendell Walter, band master, .3rd piles, Culfport Amberjack 65 pounds are still members of Monday In Stuart Hlgp &l1ol 'rent housing jam. v .1" \;
W. Palmer, Jensen Beach. the church Mrs. 8. C. Hicks Home Economics bullqirtg\ yj-
and a selected group of student Tribune ,, sees I the homes will be A '
Charles Glass 79, pioneer players have formed a swing 4th prise, Madison? Barracuda 9Vt\ pounds-H.jC. Mrs. Alice Bentel, Mrs. O. L.Edenfleld sured the members t ,nt t\y. under long-term FHA tA\fI i ) ". .,i
irtln county pineapple grower STUART METALN I band which will play for the Enterprise Recorder 15." Bloomlngdale Stuart. Mrs. C. L. Boggess. would support as far a. Poss'feie' I If desired. j ,
Bunerclal fish producer ant event a* well as for a school- Sheepshead 8 pounds j-oi Mrs. C. M. Fox and Mrs. Ruby I the recommendations alpe f'I e
<4 man was burled with millT sponsored affair at the Civic -Earl Tlllman, Stuart. Walton are In town for Homecoming Florida Citizens Commute.The RADINSKY I
honen-st Bay Pines, Flori e w Organization For Center Friday night. Tickets to GOODWILL ONLY Cobla .*.. }2 pounds E. L. Day.Homecoming. I evening's program "W TALKS HERA, ''i..J
Monday. March 10. Death Plumbing Firm In the Moose-sponsored. event will Hlgbee, Palm City, Florida. Day was inaugurated highlighted by a mutiitxl 1 W- ITO CHAMBER. \ 1,
curred at the hospital there i tu Snook 18V4 pounds A. N. after the change of Ideas eoncetJlll1llie I -i> .u
Prospect Her be tl for adults and SOC for shortly present ;; :. :
it Wednesday. March .. SpaniAmertcan I dent WORLD HOPE IS Hull Annapolis Md. church building was erected in progress and welfare Ot _Udenti. I fcd Radt'ugej\\\h Ij 'o""l" I I
Cart L. Best Enterprises today Don Romanello PtaKIig pierce Chamber of Ce\\
Cat 7tt pounds-
war veteran, he : A Kobe Sound benefit concert Oafttopsall 1925 and Is a day of fellowship I
j been a patient \there. for the : announced the purchase: of I II March I ,. It Bloomlngdale, Stuarts and \the bringing of an offering in behalf of the teach,r fitsrnted and ftollln Rogers city ,,4i/:
A Ihref yean I Stuart Plumbing and Metal' is 30. planned" 'for ,Sunday, : Grouper 19 pounds Elmer for the building fund. The goal reasons for the slopHcn& Use fort Pierce News .. ."'\\lII' \

Mr. Glass came to the St.Lade i:0- Inc., owned and operat 'ROTARY'S'VIE\Vt\ Graham, Stuart for the Building Fund offering of the proposed salary fChe ;; band
list of
nr section: In 1903 from Ohio by Phil Pence, since 1934. Her is the latest King Mackerel 37 pounds this year is $3.500, which the and new retirement pl.n.. following meeting of the ChcA'/I ( ;'
I The new organization will take contributions; S J. Fortune Stuart finance committee has kept before { the business mating, Lye commerce here Tuesda/\j I l1r I II
!1.wmpanled I Smart here, since by deceased a sister charge of the plant in the next .".............,......_.... 104.... .comes I "Life is a race between* educa- Sea- Trout 12 pounds John the church membership. !t entertainment icommltt, $ $e I Radinsky praised faA .

d bjti brother, Frank who few days. L..... .5ento.- sho" a tion and catastrophe Al Geiger Robinson, Kobe Sound, Florida. Members of this committee are. Mary Ellen Minion and Mr. :liclty theji/iiv< i
vetoes him He U also survived I "We expect to greatly) Increase a.,.. nd won.5. ..PH". a. A. ..5."v'.s.. 05i. 0 of Petersburg, district Governor Dolphin... 30 pounds Mrs. A. L. C. Klckllter. chairman J. J. Eddie Lee Smith, served wfrtshments. work ooc"a : r

bit wife \the former Edith the scope of this business," said M.r. mat ...... Ten MeCtokw; IN for Florida Rotary told 8. Schrtckengost, Plttsburg Pa. Moore. Roscoe Rollins, Fred Ben ink attention to the f/V" b', ::1' :
Kline Kltchlng, whom he marS Mr. Bess, "and have plans for ... e...... R..h'.. .. .' 5N I the Stuart Club last Thursday. Oar IS pounds A. Sverk- tel. Wilson McClure Ed Burgess In addition to the PronOO'dguests We major WplUhments { I 1

4 In IMS() at Fort Pierce, by statewide operation with a a.de.l.4.Ci.A... ..< ..... A. C. .,'d... 5 "The only protection againstthe Ilk:, New' York City. L. C. Clements, and Mrs. L. C. Senator Crary nfld mp. by chambeeVA0 ,
sons, Raymond Glass, sales plumbing and metal businesssecond 5". >n4 ... Orl .rIo_. atomic bomb he continued Wahoo SS pounds HoraceE. Boggeas. ] Rowell, the following jfl vmPro' ager l Is unknown to mocoOoniunlty. / f/i U1 i 'I

&nacer of the Coca Cola Bot* to none In Florida." N.eedNn.l.o.et.... Lw Hub ,..tor ... 5N. I ,- "Is the creation of world ;Brltton Jackson N. C. After the morning worship were present: Mrs. Chaty Klf d- 1
111 Co. of Worcester Mass., Al Mathers will be president M..R., shtw'. _. ,. ..... .. goodwill to the extent that an- Fla. Bonlta 18'/i' pounds-Bill service a basket luncheon will be i I red, Don Romanello I Ml.48 MVX 0\. 8. Blair urged ,rQf\ i.'l'
.. I ,
came to Florida for the f un- of the new concern C. Ed Brear- N..dMc.e.WllhIes' A... Coop '.. .........,,._ IsN. 5btnsO other bomb will never be Outhernuth Berlin, N. Y. served In the Annex and all Ellen Manlon, Wendell Waters.Jack terest in the chamber 4\f ,
u and Is now In Stuart, Syl- Icy general manager and Louis .. .,,( ..... .,. P. Hlrmlmmft. u dropped. No country has a "corner Mangrove Snapper 6 poundsW. visitors and guests are cordially :I Smouse. John Ora>,Charles business risen. IU

QUI Glass, stuart; and a Dawson sales manager. Additional II'... ...4.4 II.N,.... O.. 0)1.. I Ir.ln H..,.._..._._ 5N. aN on scientists or brains. H. Nelson Harrisburg Pa. Invited. Mrs. L. C. Kickllter will I Kindred. Mrs. Fannie )* .
muter, Mrs. John N. Mann. master plumbers It was .. ..4 5... P. a. ...... 0 Urging the practice of Rotary be In charge of the dinner assisted ', Miss Agnes K. Mulhaupt. M... WOMAN'S CLUB TJ i,
N., ..i Nw I....... T. a._ I Ideals In persxmalTbuslness; and EXEMPTION K. Miss ()1l/'II./ I e
Kr. announced, will be brought here .. HOMESTEAD by Mrs. Wilson McClure I Ruby Loy Pe"b| ELECT (
Glass .. .. WEDNESDA'
one of the area'spineapple .4 N. P.O. Ad..o I
Mr and personnel of a greatly enlarged h,., 1'.1. a..."... I......."... 54 a community life he stressed the CLOSING DATE NEARS Mrs Arnold Bauer, Mrs. J. C. Minus Glory Eurit, Mr.. HflOrman Ii
planters Ink staff will be announced .. .00 s... y, a. .. far-reaching effects of the (,- Anthony Jr., Mrs. Ed Burgess. I Mrs. Eddie Lc Sm'U'
> section. He and his wile :, Si. 1. K.Os 029 clubs with 300,000 members Both city and county property i1 The Stuart Woman's i>II\ d ,jt ,' In
td the next week. Night and day service Cii. .1 ..... ..._ meeCO7 and Mrs. Hastings Munch. Mrs. Harris Lowery, KjfS Cisrl
hold J
Stuart Hotel here. to file homestead annual election .

., in 75 countrIes owners are urged ot; ;
will be maintained. 550S. The guest speaker Dr JohnJ. Roth Mrs. Louise Har> Mr* IJ\ j
1912 to 192S. The new general manager .: ::':. 0...A.r: ,.;;;_; .. ISNi. "Rotary," he said, "has crossed exemption applicationswith Tigert, Is the son of a Methodist Ivyl r Plrtle, Mrs. Mart Hutp new at the MarCh '. I{-\IJ\r ,
lie bad .. .1 .
ben .4 5. L. a. 5th'55 uII. iY*
1 Un in falling health. Mr. Brearley who came here .......... A' ....... .._. 55 all geographical boundaries the county tax assessor before Bishop and Is one of the Mrs. Myra Schroeder Mf ra. FIut- nelllVednelday at 2:' ,
past several years from Miami. has been a general a.R.......,. N. Jl'm Pirafe 2 I -except Turkey and Russia and April 1. Widow's and disability leading Christian laymen of the nle Brown Mrs. Billie Hud ie, Lloyd travis. Is chairmayprOgrl.m. W t. "

10 ATTORNEY plumbing contractor and master I HEW TOTAL ... il.fl.. promotes. advancement of world exemptions and tangible Nation. He Is a graduate of Vanderbllt Mrs. Carrie Caveny, Kjr. Virginia on public weltPj nl' ''i
must be filed health which will
plumber there. since 1935, and fellowship. property returns University where he was I Brock C W. Long afld K ys alf.f. I i!r
JSU FLORIDA has handled major government Mrs R. O. Hupfel Red Cross with both city. and county assessors. an All-American I Football play I Jean Carter.CONCERTfLL. W Miss 'Flora feau"\h\ ,' I ,, I''
WORLD MISSION worker spoke on behalf of the Intangible personal property county nurse. i ihewtti u j'
UAWNATION plumbing contracts In Key West, er. He has a distinction of beinga / \bll II'S
and told of her returns must be filed only will also be -
current drive ,
well contracts on much Phi Beta Kappa and of being
: u work In administering Red Cross I with the county, Penalties are hostesses are Mrs. ,shO'oi/lf'/\.['
"li M. Francis, formerly of larger construction at Miami : the first Rhodes Scholar from Mrs. James Fyfe. i f
on, Ohio was advised Beach. He was with the SeaBees WORKERS HERE old locally. mandatory. -- Tennessee. Coming out of World d\ei' t '
7el.rda1 ------- Trayior and Miss
--- Mary '
by the during the war. War I asa Colonel he retired .
Secretary of the ford.CHAkLlERUEPLU0. \ \
d.II State that\ Board he ot Bar Ex- and Mr for Pence.many Mayor years of president Stuart Stuart Garden Club Elects to private United life Stales and Commission In 1921 became BE FINALE FOR --./ I I'''

II V bad success- of Martin County Chamber of Outstanding Speakers Take er of Education, a position he : '
P&S&edhe lion which\ Florida Bar Ex- Commerce said he had no definite Part la Miasioa Officers For Current Year held until becoming Presidentof RED CROSS HEREA BIG CLEARANCE ShV'I 1 I Ii I
"I In he had taken business plans at presentbut Week EventAn the university of Florida In I
February. Of the 32 was "going to catch up on 1928. Dr. Tigert a member of ChArlie: Rue Piresto"i* I :
Mfctei I taking the elamlll.lar He purchased the of the National Council of Boy i I manager here U pluggU\ jhe 1k
my fishing. outstanding is br
the robin
t I The Garden Club of Stuart re-' and their habits Stuart version of U)0) fll.noiis .- I
for admission to. Florida business on Sept. 12 1934 from speakers la being presented this she Scouts has served as Presl- i clearance/ and removali
w: ; elected Its officers for another the Indian of the bird world fare Toscanlnl benefit COncCpi$ ,* f bbn
u were passed. Marie Mittelhaiuer expanded It week at the Baptist church in a at the March meeting held said "because the squaw does dent Association of Unlversltles ( for the American Red C'ots" ellJl" C0lerna.n's Home &/; Auto(! fr:'\)
PrIor to coming to Stuart this In Its present location since 1941. church-wide observance of Mls- year Monday at the Woman's Club. all the work". She gave a vivid and Colleges. With ot>1 stating of all the local fliusittl Store. which will mona A'\\ ">

November Mr Francis had "I am deeply appreclaUve of lOIn Emphasis Week. The speakers Mrs. Wlllaford R. Leach is life account of -bird-hunting trip her distinguished citizens of our resources will be presented pt month to the 't&. ''lclr, .' c
ICtlced \the friendly business operations and their mission fields : country he serves on the Executive I Charlie is Frease\ .A I eI
law In Marion Ohio, are president of the club; Mrs. JohnE. made with Conrad Roth fromStuart Stuart High School at t o'clock: \ ,, '
we have enjoyed" he said "and Sunday night: Miss Pearl Todd Committee. of Spiritual Mobilization ad In today's
PPnwlmately nine years J. Taylor. let vice-president; to Okeechobee to Fort Wednesday evening M,rxrx! :59. I :
lowing his graduation tram Ills my hope \that our customers China; Monday night Rev. O. Mrs. H. H. Thayer and vice- Pierce and back down the Indian a movement to encourage I ;Under the joint dlivMon of -------------d.

taw department of .Ohio will extend their continued" O. Lanter Southern Mountains; president; Mrs. L. A. ArboCasl.ard River Drive to Stuart at Christian citizenship. I Wendell Waters director of Lye THE WEATflAl* '
wt lern University\ and had patronage to the new firm. Tuesday nIght Mrs K W. Mun- vice-president; Mrs I. L. the end of which 08 specie of high school band and Leon !f..

I'ted with the legal The business will be conducted egr, Phllllplne Islands; Wednesday Decker recording secretary; birds had been positively Iden- THUMBNAIL EDITORIALYachtsmen I Jones, director of the 5.jethed4ytChurch for tI,. M.1 me.. .. ? .
tot the depart- under the same name. Sale consideration night Rev. M. W. J. Richardson assistant tified. The erection of a simple moored at the choir and fOu'Qer of ". Wuu. V. 5. w....... 'k/Ic: -i a."
Mrs. Curtis WbltakerM
| Navy in world War Ci' Still ... .... I 'o
was not announced. Oklahoma Including City Dock want lights the
ItJf four and corresponding secretary! Mrs. feeding station, for which she on the yearly local "Messl1! .ca")-
II a one-half yean work among the Indians; Thursday Howard Neall, treasurer; Mrs. gave directions will' bring its public pier, have Indicated certs. .the high school: blond an ':r=: ." I
member of the, Ohio HUTTO OFFERING night Rev A. R. Oalllmore.China. that they will half the \
Ie wd J:. C. Young, ''chaplain. Announcement own reward when some rare and pay augmented chorus, anq aoioi ta
J American Bar Assocla- STREET ADDRESSESWant Friday night. Dr. W. a was made of the unusual species visit the spot. eost ef connecting electricity will climax Stuart's muyckj, i- :::. TM :; 'th ? I

Mr. to 110'where: '; everybody Monger, Phllllplne'' Islands convention of the Florida Federation Mrs. Fischer made small cards to the dock If the city will pay son, at the same time finishingthe / > : MM" "' o"

Francis plans to become lives In Stuart so you can Dr. and Mrs. Munger were cap. of Garden Clubs which decorated with bird pictures the rest. Red cross Fund HflV.The ..;. ,
laled with Mr. 1". I. OUch- property address mall? lured by \the Japanese early In will be held, In Orlando April It which those present' matched This pounds like a good concert was sugi sted bY M 1'l ,*ItH" 1M"
W to tot practice of law Harry Hutto, Stuart appliance the war and Interned lor the and IT, Reservations have already during the social hour to find Idea -' and worth following Mrs. Samuel Trayior, Qt>airiH.n .OS 71 :

Ia Stuart. dealer, has published the 'most duration In a prison camp In been made for all delegates \their tea partner The tea table through Boats bring revenue 'of the Red Cross FulDrt'v", INCHES IN IAINFA/
up-to-date list ot such addressesIn \the PhllUplnea.five minutes. before -' from the local club. 1 in the green and ,whlte\ of Bt U our town and everything- and Is being arranged pp I\ I
v; ALDRIDCE TO placard form and the handy their scheduled execution. Mr*. Taylor Introduced as new Patrick' day, was centered witha possible should be done UsaUufy L. Jones. Artistic arrat'Qm' '
It TO P..T.A. reference Is available at his they were liberated by a detach members Mrs. A. A. Lawton, Mr. unique castle constructed of he yachtsman and at. are. In charge, of Mn. Poro41'$ mEum '
Osceola Avenue store ment from the lUll Airborne Frank. Glass. and Miss M. M. Irish potatoes. peanut pigs, tract more:>> waterway visitors. Tuck of Port Bewail $ ,
W. Division. Speaking last week In moss, and green Urn punch .
0: A'Ortdge' will'bel Ot course some mall Is still Rohr. Toe monthly horticultural ----- ----- I
lpe aker at the March addressed to boxes but< the Atlanta, Mrs. Mousier once I lesson by Mrs. J. r Botone I and shamrock cookies wereserved FINALLY WON \ I ._-.; .
Of"A an more met a young man who demonstrated bauhlnla! pedllan-; by th hostesses. Mrs. I A tlJk
Tuesday I Butte list will help you on u.S u u. fSt.
2$. at 8:00: at the evening.Civic I who are receiving mall lit city turned out to be. one oilier liber thus' prang blossom polnset-1 Fischer Mrs. George Conrad Golfer} "Sorty t6 be so late, boy)*. It VM t.*liy a frC .,.h .... ". N0'.Ot iMv5S, \
ators..Preceding. Mr U C. Klckllter and Mr*. J. toss-up whether I should come to the club I' P., 5cwiI'. P.4.5 .44 j i
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JIll wbjeat will be'' delivery, at home or business tia's shrimp plant, violets crown or-stay *t Sea. f.. k'tk' M4 a....rt. ./ _.'
I T. Boson A featured attraction ofnca-and-..er_I had to IS times." 'i.
Center1 of Cnl- I llacea., the lecture, at 1V: of thorns, and stalls. t9515 -Kotrrc o. n.e l ins
1Tbe. b4aehieis ses- each\ evening, four mission study Mrs. L. A. Arbogast presented I of the meeting was the display Frankfort. .Indiana., ., If: ,.,. /1\/\
'the nIOIr4naIng eomm1t.I LEGION MEETS courses are. .In progress.( W. R. Mrs Charles Fischer, the speaker -: of original'flower arrangement 0.5. r II. a ',j' :
11I1I *be Baker Is teaching people who luuumada, a life-Urn EFFICIENTLY I M"vh. 5 i. .ns'sv ,.It
elected and the pn.!- Harold JOhns Post 62 of the young with bird accessories don DEFICIENT 'a\\ ,"
O. L. will meet aLI and adults; Mrs Louise HarrelL bobby of blrdflfe. Mrs. Fischer NI.0. I: I laI 5,0: ,;
J"J- NMfieM, will American Legion by Garden, Club members; which "It your secretary vety efficient" N'Oh us s.se5'oI l =
M Will be 'pecai PnuandI I court house Instead of the Civic union; and :Miss Lucille Inscoe. ,, description f UM. MiMur to brought delighted comment from "Yes butshe'* kind. of clock-eyed, -RoUry' SboV *. 50.1 5a 55 le m ::: '

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THE STUART NEWS,'S'fV.utT.tfartIa.- County 'Florid. THURSDAY, MARCH 11 ten
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.... .... ....-in moderate,oven ..boIlU&.mJ.n. TOM THUMB WEDDINGAT ,en the Orlando physician gave\Metric! *J! contractor and 'pro '
.1 utea. HAMILTON HOLT HOBE SOUND a panoramic view of TB In FlorIda ectlonist, by retiring president;

Home Try orange squash, too Ingredients The Hobe Sound PTA wilt pre- followed by Charles A Christopher Arnold Bauer electrical coo-

j\\ 1 cups baked or sent a Tom Thumb wedding newly elected president tractor and local Scout master. Announcement!
DemonstrationNotes steamed squash Mi teaspoon salt FLAYS 'PINKS' Thursday March !20 at I p. m, showing two film Other officer. Include Mr. ,Earl
I tablespoon butter or margarine at the Hobe Sound achwl. There "Of the 700 current death per I. Rlcou replacing Mr* J P I
Notes 1 tablespoon sugar or mild will be a reception with refreshments : year from TB In Florida., 83 per Parker aa Ut Vice President I and
: I honey; 1/3 to ((4 cup orange FOR ATTITUDE Immediately followingthe cent die In the home* Then His Flora M. Stanley, RIO, re-
1 ;4,1 fly: MISS icraB INSCOE ,I Juice (use more If vegetable la ceremony. The character. citing the Ideal proportion-established pfaclng Mr Harry Hoke a* 2nd 'B rk'ThD'
dry) and Vt cup chopped pecan which were voted on by the In northern states of three Vice President, Mr.Leon L.Jones. <<
We art constantly bearing I Method: Insist or rice squash. For school children, are a* follow: bed needed for every death per Secretary, replacing Mr*. Lloyd Jt ti I
Add butter, Desire; Of "Something_ bride Diane Dr. Black pointed out C, Travis ,and Mrs.. p. L. Steel-
people my "My family just will\ orange Juice sugar Nothing" Deemed Unsound : Lester; gr om: year : 8AA11f : ,
not tat vegetable, According and salt. Fill a buttered casserole Ricky Sand; minister: Vernon Florida over all need for 3100 man wa* reinstated, a* Treasurer i
with the mixture, or better yet,. $fjiiloiophjr Sands; bride mother, Penny bed. Of these Florida today has All retiring: officer had served -I ,
to authorities, we must Include use 4 or & orange shell Pile Brownlee, bride father: Douglas 760 beds, an almost 100 per cent the full term allowed by they h )..
vegetable In the diet for good St. Petersburg, (FN8I President the local association ou I
lightly and lop with the Chopped Lester: ,room'* mother: ncrease over last year by-law governing
nutrition, which means that the nuts. Bake until well brown. Hamilton Holt, of Rollins Patsy Marlottl; groom' father: Continuing on the matter of .
homemaker has to devise ways ed, College. Immediate past *red Tommy Jamison, best man: the support of TB sanltoriumspr The motion picture subjectswere I
:1u retake them! more appealing For allot h variation, top the I dent of Klwanll International, Wayne Marr; maid of honor:'! Black stated that two-third\ "Goodbye\ Mr, germ" and
The for maalwdiljaa.th with orange ec- 1, l4i an address before local Kawanlan Jean McDonald; bridesmaids: of the financial burden 1 Is burn "Target TB" These and othersare I
day vegetables
;.t"r hours. has paused ,'we hope tOIlIl.ljJl'llIkl"! with sugar dot here recently! attributed Suzanne Diamond Linda Black, by the state while one-third is ,available\ local civic organization Mrs Edna
Yet we still use the same few: with butler\ and brown In a I the growth of radical philos- Marilyn Curtis, Juarxlta Arnold; assessed the county lending the by request./
vegetables and cook them In moderate overt 10 to 30 minutes I ophy in the United States to the ushers: Jimmy Anstls Danny patient. At present the.estimated Ilecttd to the board of directors
Sweet be used In 01 the to'"get some- Is for the coming year were:
Aha same old way. The only way polaloe may desire people Laurent, Johnny Jamison, Eph- cost per patient per day Sutter
to learn a new dish and to know'' place of the Hquuxh Try both thing for nothing I ralm Wood; tralnbearer: Ann $373 while the actual. cost, due Dr. J. D. Parker, Mrt J. D. Parker ,
;whether or not you like It la to: :uihlluliunnnulinniliuuuiutllmRed i i i ; i i i ii Dr: Boll accused some commentators Marr Sharon Lester; flower to Inflation, Is $.05 per day per Arnold Bauer, Lloyd S. Travis ...
tiy It out, following the recipe I and newspaper editors girl: Alberta Griffin; ring bearers patient .' Mrs.. Lloyd C. Travis, Miss
xactly i of preaching unsound fal- : jimmy Callahan Freddie "In the forty year. that we Bergllot Nielsen, R.N, Mrt. C. L.
Cross lacks, and that careless thinkIng Brownlee There will be an ad- have been curing Tuberculosis Mooney Rev Phil. Maxwell, Miss
Citrus fruit ti Ideal for frightnlnir ( is coming from homes., mlslson charge of 15c (or adults In sanltoriums TB has dropped Mary ShackeUord, Mra Ivan And .be'$ e7Q1P11 BiOw ( N
<' \ the flavor and Increasing I If !! schools churches, metropolitanpress and lOc for children. from first place to seventh place aylor, Mr.*. Carl Roth Mrs. P few beauty secrrtt pod m* -
Ilie appetite appeal .of vegetiblea I Rally killer, it Steelman, Miss Flora M Stan hint for1 foul! slWb
and radio and recently I i I a* a yet even now destroys L tip
of blend
Many them to-
II] : at the rate R.N., Mrs. Lou Hill Foster,
from the federal government. ENGINEER r1EADORDERED tame a* ourmlllt..ry ley In ve 1055
th.'l P1110> > )555W
nether and to tuteUwr
seem belong By Joniwylllllllllllllllllllll.lllllllllllll'IIMIMIIIII t'e mac,
than casualties in the last Leon Mrs.. Leon L Jones
( Calling on America more RETIRED Jones uI du best tprohkms.
I ) ) ) / l one million civic club membersto ; war. W. hope to eradicate the V R Baker, Albert Heal, C A. io f1Q post jour
'fry beet In orange Juice. This If all the'Red Cross volunteer I save this country from the I J Colonel A. B. Jones, who, "recently -1 disease (in the next ten years'* Christopher, Mr. Florence .
fe the way you dolt. so simple. worker! were paid for their 'consequence of careless thinking -, ,, wa U. 8. District Engineer : Before Dr, Black' speech, the Rlcou Mr*. F W. Loy, Miss Whether Skin b ply,, Vf normaf?. foee'p'e
feel l and slice thinly S'/4 cups I service. Martin Countlans would Dr. Holt described the bat- for the Jacksonville District 'residents chair wa presented Myrtle Dyer and Mrs.. Henry your ( .Stas.mpl.bAty I
lousy raw beets (canned beets today be asked' for roughly 200 tle today a* between free enter- ha been on sick leave for; to Mr. Charles A. Christopher I Han enLay Success-0-Pies r* you the lor ta \
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be used) Pour them Into orgsnlaer lo you
Umes the amount they are being prise and the system employed some months at his residence in ------ burl os Dae
a buttered casserole Mix 1 cup asked to give, for In the lastseven i by Russia, which he said wee this city He ha now received figure and Stnc, Mugh, I-*f '
Orange juice, 1 teaspoon salt 1wunpoob year the average ha .been''!. trying every mean possible to order Irom'the Secretary of Success School '
grated orange rind, 1tablespoon {1 204 volunj-ern: for each paidworkers undermine sound thinking here War to proceed to bis home and 0 -A way That EASTER; Gift
< sugar or sweet corn .. and In Canada j I await retirement. He expect *
syrup and pour over beets Dot I Of course a |Portion of the contributions I 1 to move his family to Miami, AT
tots with 1 tablespoons butler\ go for supplies and SOCIAL SECURITYA : Fla on March 18 HI
\flr margarine Cover and bake materials which would reduce I there'will be 392* K Wad 4th LaPOINTE'SImpprted'and
-- --- the proportion somewhat ..nd. representative of the Social Street On April 30 he will be NvW
most volunteers give a small Security Administration Field transferred to the Retired List
FredA. Stafford segment of their time while paid Office In West Palm Beach will of the Regular Army because of Costume _MRSt MART JLI1IER
workers give all their time, but be at the Court House at Stu- physical disability incident to fl"
It 1 III still a iitaKgerlng thought,_art on Tuesday March 18 at the service. SEE OUR. NICE: ASSORTMENT, ., ;
Register dk supposing we hud to pay our 10 a. m. At that time he will be I of \ .

Civil near volunteers 'I glad to discuss the old-age and Bulova and Swiss .Watchei _. ..,$9.95:
More than occasionally one survivor Insurance provisions DR. BLACKSEES -. up DuBarry BeAtity k Expert \
I finds volunteers giving a* muchof I of the Social Security Act and (TVs' Jacluded) ,
t their time to Red Cross to take applications for benefits I ChatelainW
under this Jay-Kel Sparkling ...$1,50' up
laRd E rye r others give their full time employment pl'QIJr..m.aerve
.I WINNING FIGHT I Will P A ur Store
Stuart, tF7eridsPhone County Miss Mary J. Ames In IROUGii SATURDAY,
2"- given over 7.000 hours. In service, who give of their time ANTIQUE .NP SIlVE F'' I Ig11
and there are others who will SAFETY TIP: AGAINST 'T B. REDUCED FROM 4. MAR 12
TQ .50
run her a flow. Kerond Fancy]I incorrectly engineeredfor
having pay for that tlmp at the job. are paid for over and Eperl Watch, R;p..;irii graving
II tolM' over without the protection the
a hour ;
I I Health Asaociatioq In an pnpault
Heart, Some
ExpertWatch And tliink of having to pay right shoe give .One !good way Campaigni Crystal file, hile-U-W sMR .
Outlined AtComplimenting
to commit suicide la to MILLER
7,600,000 volunteers who In 1941 Club SU11 ER an. MRS,
epairing worked and asked nothing In)rubber soles on an oU floor, or
return In Martin County alone walk in thicket and swamps the Martin on Your ]seat ItJeed4 .
I Bring Vo\lXrk T. M/ Rome 400 worker lave (337 hour last I without ankle protection. County TB and Health Associa-

2nd HUIM AC** year. J RSMEDY- tion on Its fine .attendance Friday I
Between July 1, 1939, and June I Ask your shoe clerk for ahoeato LaRfmportecfand INTE
HiU March 7, at the Women's
t l) Fed. (J'No. 1 30, 1948 volunteers\ all over I fit your Job. They coat no Club Dr. Thomas C. Black of UiJilf c pn'' OflP5
I 63 W 3rd at, rUght Side of America give $73359440000 more and they aave. your fancy. Orlando Sanitorium, brought
worth of time gased on an hourly shoe for Sunday.Approximately hope for Jewry:
\ / Street conquering TB In the Costume hone 11t
I. I rate of 75 cent an hour. next ten yearaFollowing The Rexall Store !
'Charle I IIf Of course It ls the money collected one third of
H. Jackson a short business VICTORY ARCADE
l t lu the drive that make Florida woodland were burn" meeting which included yearly STUART } FLAT "
.. the headlines: But they auto ed In 1945 by carelesa people\ DIVIDE'NDS"il
reports and
...1' -- -_ a change of" offlc., -' STUART NEWS WANT'APS PAY BIG


I'i'. ..f ROR, ,STUART!

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i' I r 25ANew 5-Room: Homes In Stuart Have Been J Issued Tp



I -L Veterans\1 1 Be Given 60 Pays To Purchase These Homes


EXCELLENT b.r. Arthur Pefopn Has 'Purchased An Entire Block of

ib BUILDING MATERIALS /ttppersink Estates

.j : Are pow being placed the site v .
on 100,000 board ;r' FACING QN FOURTH, STREET

feet of lumber is already on hand.CONSTRUCTION.

he4Aqe1. 'YiIJ Ie b\fiJ# 5Q.fpot Frpntaw Lots ranging in ifepth} frorn 10 to 'J35 feet
with a 50-fo.ot
: pt het i te ",c two house7,, _king i It, possible ffr! elsct} Qrmer t to purchase 25.leej ad4itjonal, 'each aide

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W:(: "t"f; ANNOUNCINGTo'JPhe 1"1"I"I; j I I.'

; People of Martin C unty and' the Entire, n Ii: :

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(Thi urchaae has been made with one central idea in mind, najnelyj: to'givufhe people of Stuart and Martin County and the.State of Florida. oneoF,,, ,." ," the. ..,most in
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For foresight and belief in Stuart in the building of this organization to Its present high rlting in the business registry Our plans are to further enlarge 'the scope '

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i OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS f FOR LUNCHEON Buckey, Mrs. Mary Leeson Mrs. The Alda Grayson GA's met
I : Darner- The Matrons' Class of the i The Cora Stlcklejr Harper 'The Olrl Scout Troop Com
\ ( Mr. and Mrs. Luther 'I W, H. Barnett, Mrs Celia M 1 Monday afternoon at the Baptist
I on entertained at dinner last Methodist church met for lunch- Atwood, Mrs N. W. Carpp, Mr Chapter, D.A.R of Fort Pierce mlttee met Wednesday morning annex. After the GA hymn, HUNGER too 6a..woe"-
l Lucie Hotel I Tuesday at the home of Mrs < met In Stuart Tuesday afternoon Y4
week at the Bit eon with Mr*. J. F. Bozone, Regis A Story To Tell To TheNations"
Johnson E. D. Wells q1r
Mrs. 011
:1.' Their guests Were Rev. and Mrs j A. C. Courson In EldoradoHeights. H. F. ; at the home of Mrs. Jack completed and Harrell led In emu
H. W.Canter, Harrisonburg. Va.. .. A short business session -' Mrs, J. E. .Taylor Mrs. H. OTi Coleman, with Mrs. F. R. Horton tration rolls were : :I Joyce leader, Mrs. J. P.
t Dr, and Mrs Alexander Stewart followed. Present were Mrs. anger. and Mrs. Dewey Hayes M co- work done by Scouts on transportation I prayer.Blakeslee, taught the second
4 and daughter, Miss Jane Stewart H. Y. Harper Mrs. W. O. Ald- hostesses. Announcements was badges was reviewed. mission study
of the
of Shlppensburg Fa., Judge ridge. Mrs. H. Y. Seagroatt Mrs.J I made that the D.A.R. good citizenship Those present were Mri. M. J. chapter Halt ,
POTMAN WOOD China "Neigbors
: and Mrs. Thomas Huckln Englewood J. Richards, Mrs. I. L. Decker JOHN award goes this year to Mrs. Hubert I book on I
ROCK Morrison, chairman I Those
A partlelIpatlng
i !. N. I., and Mr. and Mrs: Mrs. J. M. Philip Mrs. N. W. I Ernestine Rlcou. Miss Rlcou's I
John Pittman Wood was burn! Mrs. In this study were Joyce
I Mrs. EVans the Clements, Mr."John
) C. 8. Inscho of Columbus, Ohio. Cossaboon, Crary I name will also be entered In
Feb. 9 at St. Vincent Hospital, Herman I Edenfleld I Georgia I Evans a Mary
and Mrs
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stale contest, the winner
= 'j Little I Rock, Ark., the ton of Mr. which receives a week' trip to Reitz. II Loyce Campbell, Isabel Mothers.Jane |
and MM. D. A. Wood Mrs. Wood,1s j and Nancy Morrison, Nancy
the former Billie Pittman, Washington. Joline Kick-
King Joyce: Harrell
Senator Evans Crary was CALIFORNIA VISITORS
WELDING 1 daughter of Mr and Mrs. Andrew I later, and Zola Mae Blakeslee. '!
guest speaker for the occasion.He
O. PIttman of Stuart. Mri. Pltt ,
.' the positions of
man returned I last week from a,j the compared principal nations "of the Mr. and Mrs Donald Junes ol E. E Jones and Hal Jones of I

) r' TRAILER HITCHED: ALUMINUM two-months' visit with the world after: World War I and Beverly Hills, CaL were' guests,I Harrlmen, Tenn., are her. on a ,
Wood and )her new grandson.i World or honor Wednesday evening and registered |
TANK REtajRS SOLDERING En route home, Ail stoppedever War II. pointing out the fishing trip are
in Anniston, Ala., and Atlanta | United States' present oppor- when Mrs. C. Lloyd Clair and at the St. Lucie Hotel. j
r. OXYGEN/\CETYLENE or ELECTRICPO.TIJABLE for visits Kith friends. |i tunlty for leadership. With Rusassuming Miss Ida Albracht' entertained 1---- ,
I Bla I second place, andGreat
at dinner followed by bildge.
t Britain weakening he emphasized : i
: k.. I B ATI 1ST "'OMt.IIUR/ I the necessity that we The visitors are; home! guests ol, Albert L ackett

AN GEN ROGRAM ON RUSSIA grasp our opportunity for world Mrs. L. E.' Ash hley. ;1f Bookke a d Tax
Mrs. R.B. McCullough: pl' IIeI1't. leadership.i .1 f mq

IJ ; SERVICEi ed the program at lie monthly i Two visiting D.!R'.. were Mrs. Elizabeth Spears: Mrs. e- Service ti ,.....:..:-.0 ...k.i T
WELDING meeting of the Baptist WMS Mr Howard B. Lee of Charles- James McGrath, Mrs. Catherine 0.. Boy 1111 Stuar\ FloridaROTA
Tuesday afternoon in tht church and of i" ;
tort. W. Va., Mrs. Nisblt i
\ Hoke, of Adams;Mass., and John I
t AN1MVHERE ANY TIME annex, The program topic was Amsterdam, N. T.
,i v t "Russia", Following devotions by I Spears, pt Boston, were week end :i j

"f Box lilt Chason Service Station Phone 9122 Mrs. I, F. Baldwin, talks were CATHOLIC WOMEN PLAN guests of, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S B

I given by Mrs. Ronald Cross Mrs.,I ST. PATRICK'S BALL Dunncombe til S., Lucie Estates. ,

I __ __ __ 1_ _110,_ 1_ _PIP __ I- Robert LonRbottom and Mrs. W.i At a special meeting of the .t 04 s RT..J.d.r N. axon 12,15 \
0. Penney. During the short business : !
Ladies' Club of St. Joseph Catholic ,
session conducted by Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Boggesg Is progressing i emsH .M's GRILL
church Monday evening
I satisfactorily, following a e Md -,
L. C. Klcklltcr, final plans were
j Mrs Stewart Springer was elect- ,
I majoroperation performed NES PEGAAPI My
made for the celebration
ed treasurer to replace Mrs. Otto If Possibl
AMAZINGNEW Saturday at Riverside Hospitalin
1 to be hold next Sundayby )
the church. Kubin, resigned Plans were Jacksonville. Mrs. Boggess Attend '
made for the St. Patrick' Ball will be in the hospital at least
I to be held In the Civic Centeron weeks before to The Maine
I two returning Fort Pier Florida
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: GLASS llKE FINISH GIRl SCOUTS( CELEBRATE March 17 Those presentwere her home here. Ph 782FREDERI Avoid t' t ATSON hank LA1IM05E

31TII BIRTHDAY Mrs. Joe Ritch, .Mrs. Stewart e CrowTUESDAY *',
,, Girl Scouts ) Mrs. MelanIe
Ihlrty attended Springer
FOR YOUR CAR|- MA /ES _IT LOOK LIKE NEW.. the troop meeting Tuesday :afternoon ;I Rains, Mrs. Herbert Sudhoff, daughter Mrs. Zack returned Moslry to and their Infant home Fo Spe ialist
at the Woman's Club'to Mrs. William Wheeler, Mrs. oomSunris
:LINTONE celebrate the 35th anniversary Michael Harklns. Mrs. Ruth Sunday hospital from In the West Good Palm Samaritan Beach. Theatte Bldg. i I & aVEDNESDAYfMARCH IS'a 19th.1ECINICOL01.
of Oil I lit the Mrs. Edward Demske
Scolding Merrtman
ONI\Y\ V&X The )'ounglady has been I
I THE OF ITS KIND United States A huge cake with Mrs Ernest Rlcou Mrs. Stanley Jill. named InisTHURSDAY
35 green candles was the feature I Bur., Miss Dee Kennedy, Mrs. /
Not just rubbed surface but SPRAYED into o --
of the birthday party. Nellie Pezzonl, Mrs. Charles
Every Corner and Cr< ce Around Grilles and Mould- Highlight of the Important I John. A guest from Wyandotte Mrs. Rupert Graves and little 1 CITY COMMISSION

j inf. Provides Resist Against Rust, Corrosion and meeting was the lecture by Rev I Mich., was Mrs. Mildred Bushman daughter of Hendersonvllle,
i t, SALT ATMOSPH pONblTIONS Where other J. J. Richards pioneer resident: A social hour followed the N. C; arrived Tuesday to visit Regular Meetings Ij I
I q' Waxes offer little no Protection. Costs No More of Florida I I who traced the progress meeting with Mrs. Ritch and her father Col.\ Alvin C. Vorls j
''f:! Than Ordinary W Job. Drive In .today of transportation I from the J Mrs Harkins as hostesses. USA. Ret. Col. Graves will join B. OP.( M.
1-, Invention of the wheel to the them later for the return trip ZndVmd 4th j

.d'' TO present day Rev. Richards gave I Here on ft fishing party and April 1. WF.DN AYS '
particular attention to early staying at the St. tucie Hotel -- /
( days In Florida and his own experiences are O. Wade Imirle..John Imtrle Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Stuart My Hall i
STUART SERVICE STATION with early modes of and S. Walter Bogley of Bethesda Johnson of Philadelphia are JJL
I iL transportation.Mr. Md. guest. at the $t. Lucle Hotel.
s; W. G. REIN Phone 9144 I e Johnson a golf pro and memberof Public AfwayV( Welcome

f '. and Mrs. J. E. Algeo of\\ Mr. and !Mrs. Charles N. Brady the IDA, played In a foursome
I, I Athens Ohio are spending some, of Glenn Cove, N. Y. are guests Tuesday at Seminole Golf Club
: time at the St. LUcie Hotel. at the St. bole Hotel. with the Duke of Windsor, and r s5n r
------ -- Mrs. Johnson and the Duchess
of Windsor among the spectators. 19 IL
Public NoticeJust I
i'r 1 Dr and Mrs TaimaUge Wilson

I LARGE LOTS IN CITY entertained with two tables of because I offer-a few: -1
1 bridge Tuesday night at their ( DALUPINO
100 ft. x 660 I home On the St. Luile\ River. decent_Iou or.. $1'D9'tryingto
ON GOOD HARD SURFACED ROAD I Their guests Included\ Mr, and jet a no' ubu of Stu.
Mrs. Donald R. Zones of Beverly art i. no rea f our rood I
SEE Hills, California Mrs. L. E. Ashley ALDAARdeKING
citizens of 51 t to make! itsbrl
Stanley Kltchlng
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Mennln- my land a pu dump. The j i

Oro ger. .114,21 Incinerator t IndiantownI I

e Road i. f the purpose.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reardon, BENNETT !

-. -- who have spent the past monthat Will t party please re-
the,home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
1 BRAN ORD and SUITrON GARAGE A. Shepard In West Palm Beach move t Ie two loads of '
left Thursday for their home In stuff. Young marl did you

410J4 LF GAS and LUBRICANTS Spring Lake, New Jersey, whereMr. dump those stumps on Brit(
Reardon Is Golf Professional
at the Spring Lake Country Club. stopped u

I WASH POLISH andj LUBRICATION o -- dumping'on my !land !\
I Mr. and Mrs, P. N. Bcckrlch .
I urteoua, Efficient Service"OPE of St. Paul, Minn., are staying
at the St. Lucie Hotel. C.: ,W. Cuthbert

7:00: A. M.tTill 9:00: P.M.sLlTON-7 Days A Week Mrs. L. E.-Ashley e --- entertainedat Coming "THE JOLSON STOR'" Tops in Musicals!
BRAN ORD and Owners
dinner and bridge last weekIn .__ J + ...
JENSEN IJEACH. honor of her house guests
\ Mr. and Mrs. Don Innes. Thorn
present were Mr. and Mrs: Con
Albracht, Miss Ida Albracht, Mr.
Percy Fuge, Mrs. Lloyd Claff of AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC.WATE'R

Stuart W m Randolph. Massachusetts Mr.
\ < and Mrs. E. A. Menninger and I

1 Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Arbogant.
Quick Serve e. W* try to please you
High scores were won by Mrs. HEATERS'
\ Inquire at Conrad Albracht, Mrs E. A. .

., 319 VA 6th St.JONES. Mennlnger and Mrs. Ashby Ar-
.- bogast Mrs. Don Innes was givena

.- : P. O. Box 10-18 SIN.J Stuart FloridaTavern guest prize. I1N STOCK -,:

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I take this means of express- SMITHW Y GLASS LI D i

I Merrim 's Ing thank for the sympathyand '
other \kindness? extended x. I
during the ecent Jllness\ and
death of our I l\sba fl and father, WEST INGHOltelUfoT :

: J I S ANU GLASS, 30 50 so GALONS


; pocltelf with flowerifn Mallopt STEEL *!

.. an exclusive C&ale King emb idery P mjum rands I

l .- design. Grey dofc, sun lime, co a. awsi ; F IMMEDIATE II'I
1 blue heaven. Lice luggage rr or 4 If E CRBAM writ.yis .

festive coral Cole lyn rayon. "
Junior let 9 to 1 15. '
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\ OPEN i 00 A. M. 'Tlfi 12:00: P. M. '

A: STUART '-1 \. Jim erriman .'\' FLORIDA INau rG noa IONS X .IALhS'UETRI. : : (! SERVICE r

STORE'' 1 ST4CT CO., .ros...., OFFICE"ARCADE" I '; j. '

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TH "STCART NEWS, ITCART.TtUrtUr; CMnty, TtORWVTnniSDAT; MARCH '13, U4T P4GZ:tIII1Baa .1 ,. ,\ .

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l ,10 =:aoClO======OCl of United Clubs and npresen- Mrs W. H, Leopard in Walton. IIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUII1IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ''' anal high, score prize was...von'!>.. t I r
See U. For
SALE3 tatlve-at-large of United Benefit
Those '
NEWS OF by Mrs Adolph Herlel
Life Insurance Co., and the MEETING OF INDIAN RIVER\ playing were Mr. Hertel, Mrs. I '. .
1 Repairs and world largest Mutual BenefitHealth DRIVE ASSOCIATIONSATURDAY JENSEN BEACH NEWS ..
I Indian River Seymour Gideon, Mr Arnold .t" "
PartsARN DriveBy .and Accident) Association MARCH 15 Taube, Mrs Lewis Gamble, Mrs. ill'Jr '"
ERVICE 1 VIVA CLARK; Omaha, was a toller and Don J. Romanello, presidentof I By rharlottt UellierMr I R. 8. Robertson, Miss'Elizabeth' ; I,
visitor among friends along the Indian River Drive Association Robertson, Mrs ; *. 1"
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Drive Monday. His dinner guest has. called a meeting for : ; : Laura Howard; --. I j t1 I!
BAUER MRS. DON J ROMANELLO that evening was Mr*. Viva C. Saturday, March 15 at 2 o'clockIn And Mrs Emery Benton, Mrs Harry SegerstromMi1 Turner, Mrs Julia, Oault- Mr*., :: > ',
GIVEN BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Roat of Walton. the Community Center, Fort who have been guests of Mr, and and Mri Phil Lelblg of Jennie Brown, and Mr. Alderman ': lip. ,,'
Lucw Boulevard Phone 142-W Honoring his l wife birthday, Dr and.Mr*. J. A' Oatlln,.EJd- Pierce"ft' requested that all Mrs. Travis Burton at Spcrtl Dayton Disc are spending the %"- ;1
red, their house guest, Mr*. Drive resident, whether members Inc..have returned to their horne Winter with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. i}
surprise and carried festivities out were in the arranged form Katherine Breht and Fletcher or not, be .present" Walters In Pennsylvania McElfresh. Mr. Lelblg and Mrs.I' 1\1A'i WENS I (: ;,??,, .... 1 ''If f f S
of a cocktail party by Don J. Russell of Ankona were Palm of Importance are to be discussed Mr. and Mrs' Joe Kllng spent McElfresh are sisters 'il '
alllle" !
Romanello last Sunday after Beach visitors Monday, thC week; end In Dtlray Beach Mr and Mr' O W Morrison ,Frank 't)), Hayes and S\l\ = t t I, h t' f
noon Quests invited for the occasion rand Miami' with Mr. KUnU'1Imother. of Pine Lodge spent Saturdayn I I M. Flanagan, '
JANE PARKER were Mr and Mrs. L. MRS. DONALD CLARKCOMPLIMENTED Mrs,Katherine; Prim, UK boutte# \! Mrs. J. M. KllngMm Vest Palm Beach with friends, ._ : ''I'
Novotlng and Mr. and Mrs. Edward guest of Mr. Frcdtitk Duiiphyll w", H, PridMtvof! North Lt. and Mrs t. C. Allard of! ''The oak is called thu King"otTrees :: j >t; : ;,
Lemon Gold Vaik New York; Mr and WITH DINNER Eldred, entranced by her Unit Carolina Is the guest of MM Nome Alaska announces the arrival ,: t ); t
to Florida, has And aces ice from oak'CU'\ : ,\ ;
Complimenting Mrs Donald visit purchased ,
I Mrs Herbert T Ebner, Dr and Carrie Pitchford. / of a son born January 26 .. : r
Squareimiurj Mrs J. A. Gatlin, Miss Emma Clark, the former Miss Mary property, and will build 'a, winter Mr, and Mr* W. C. Johnson Mrs Allard will be remembered were a fuo4\ before anyone la w ""'11 L 1
Clark Miss Ethel Clark and Ethel Lennard, from Ithaca, home here. hays received word that their as the former. Miss Thelma. Europe knew of the! grain we pall t S, "'I, (: '
George Miller, Eldred, and Mrs. N. Y., the Misses Eleanor Van Dr. and Mrs, L: A.CtiUlin. Mrs. daughter\ Mrs D J. tvenck of Olsen. :. '
W H. Brent Hammond, La Eaton and Muriel Alford gave a Oatlin sister, Mrs. W. H. Besot Orand Rapids* Mkh will Arrive Mr and Mrs Norris Tilton corn : '
-J CAKE CombinIng'' business with prettily appointed dinner at the from H..m11lolld, I.a.. and Midi- by |plane on Saturday for & visit spent the week end in Delray :-- '11'1 :
pleasure Lee W Wicker, member Vita Food Shop In Fort Pierce sop Weeks, recently returned Mr. and Mrs. }. R. Horan, who Beach the guests of Mrs. Tllton --7 ; ;,1
last Tuesday Prior to her mar from A trip to New York, "u- have been guests of Mrs. Loretto parents. ; :
riage last Mr Clark wasa toted to Dclray Beach Tuesday -i-.s : : '
23oa. I year 'Vincent, have returned to their Mr and Mrs Robert Oarner r ,
57c business associate of these where they were' dinner :1" i 1,1 ''IS1l1AItr
FOR INFANTS guestsof home In Highland, N J and daughter of Stuart were the _
EACH girl in the St. Lucie bank and Mr. and Mrs Harold .Rhhard- Miss Viola Whlttltar of New guests< of Mr and Mrs L, D. Mc- t -I ': ,i ix ;
I member of the son, of st Paul, Minn., and Winter .
At AR KThe was a popular \ York ai'rlved last Saturday and Elfresh Monday. I i 1 1s i.
'younger social set lit Fort Pierce residents of Ocliay Beal'h.' Is the guest of her parents, Mr. Mr, and Mrs W H. Merwln MoNCK 'I ,
CAUFORNl Ik,. Mo Can liey and along the Drive where she -Jjuw. and Mrs, Edgar WhltllcarT had as their guests Saturday I917Kr 1 I 1 ""j' if ifa I
'ta visiting her parents l Mvbnd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lennard R. Hellltr ft. and Charlie evening Mr. and Mrs W C I \ ,I"I
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lenuiOOFORNTJi L LBEADS :23c BUY BONDS and their visiting daughter, Mrs Bml h. who are attending the Johnson After dinner, at the I't I r :
_. i Donald Clark from Itacha, N. Y", University of Florida at Oainesvlllc Blue Goose the party attendedthe mrUC! : 1,11:,
v motored to Titu&ville last week spent the week end here Lyric Theatre at Stuart. i I "
All C amery''ST s end where they were guests of with their parents. Mrs. M. J. Fitzslnamons of I', I
CARROT o 19c their .son and bl'\her.\ George Miss Connie ScRcrttrom( of Newark, N. J. Is the guest of her w.
,' bunches _____ PAL BEACH Sawyer Lennard Accompanied/ West\ Palm Beach spent the week later Mrs Loretto Vincent. : J'1 t4 1 iSpc :
1 Flamingo L4 .ne 7175 BRE by him they went to Orlando end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Munch and Mrs. C. lallaeltrntals .' i
U. NO. 1 WHITE I i for a visit to their kInfolk. Col.I '
YELL w H. Munch spent Saturday in I '
ONTO SP -...- and Mrs Robert Hclpilu before ; ; West Palm Beach the guests of I' 'I'f I
POTATOES45c returning to Walton Sunday West Palm Beach Fishing Club. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Olson. Mr. In I I I
night D irlng the war years and later Olson 1 III much Improved in \ ;:: "
THE STEAK HOUSE Mr and Mis Richard Betts when the Babcotks were con- health. I"
5-B 6C 1 O.Za from MIddletown.Del, and many I itrutlinR a home In West Palm Laurence Clark has returned ( nfor:tlllD -, I
g 3 Mile South f Stuart Fe ffci.W jr years winter residents of Cocoa, Beach they lived here with Mrs. From Elmira, N Y. where he accompanied I Real ate ,Insurance I'' '"
RESH CALIFOR YORK f' came down for a number of I nllbeock'. muther Mm Ruth the body of his : I i
STEAK a. CHICKEfVUnd SfiK>OD DINNERS day's fishing last week. While Ri< hards. father, who died here last week Write or ScX : I { \ : 1
DATES PLES PLATE LUNCH SANDWICHES here they were guess: of Mi I The West Palm Beach Fish- Mrs C. H Alderman entertained i : :
and Mrs K H. Burggraf at Blue ing club was formed In the early at Seymour Inn last J N E. TAYLOR! : :'J :
Beer, Wineynd Soft Drinks Heaven of Eden and their cousin clays of Chief of Police Robert Tuesday afternoon at bridge In '
23c 2 u.i 25c W. Millburns he IsIs O ola Bid!:. Phuse OH : \ I
;>,.. GAS, OIL, TMfc a.V AUTO REPAIR Mrs Viva C. Roat in Walton. !! first president regime and are compliment visiting to here her from sisters Geneva who, SlVAltT \. i 1 I i j .

Opei A. M Jtdb 00 A. M. I DRAPER RABCOCK OltMLH:: Other officers elected were C. OhIo. Three tables,were In'play ; I
NORTHERN G. L. DunmngVOwnerDEPENDABILITY RESIDENT Of EDEN, IS Hull, a former Jensen Beach ---- -- -;..- T-f ,: I

SPINACH 2 PouL' 29c --- I FISHING OMHER Draper-Rubcock CUB WEST PAUl of West ELACII Palm j and resident nerving committee aa on first the will vlce-piesldeht rules be Captain and bylaws COMMERCIAL and AERIAL..J t J: l !II, Ij'\;;,: ':

Ton* Sliced I Ann Pa t_ Beach, formerly\ of Eden, has Sam Good, well known throughout :. ,'I I'1' 1 I \
Pineapple .22c I Grape am 47c been made second 'e-preKl.. this community..- PHOTOS ..... : t'' if i

No.2C.nl I ..2-Ib. JarX dentand tertainment chairman coiiimll# Uc of the of en-theREAL I FIRE DESTROYS PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE TllA"t$ + ; 'I dR: !
Salad l BVVhTte"lBu. ----- SALE .. .. p If
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The old Caxiuui home '
I near
Dressing ...39c UApplelButter .23c IS MORE THAN A WORD 1 I the White City road and recetit- PROMPT EF CIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED : :t r .!..
Pt ll i 28-01. Jar Today's -- Milk.- Today ly purchased by Clifford Warner ;.W
otira Cut told. tell Sweet Mi- AT Pr uced :of Essex, Conn, Was'totally destroyed TROPIC OTO SHOP ,
by fire late last Thurs
Beets 14c ick1 .29c anPasteu ,day afternoon. Two of the Fort Krueger Bldg. eat To Western Union :
No. 2'/l Can 22..oz. Jar ANT/HONY/S/ ,Pierce tire department tank ('1
-- -- i iIn ,i Hurts i were called\ Into action .- J I '
PEAS REFT" but little could be done to save ..,. i iI 'I
, Mar Cot r:
ty the structure. ,
EGG DYES r L .DAY .AFTER DAY .J' I It wus'itatrd: the house and : : :
32c Bar s D icy contents were insured for $10- 'THE LITTLE JEWELRY SHOPPE 1 ':
of 5
lOc or 3 for 25c' I 000 The Warner family had I ;
WEEK : :only occupied It for a short time j/ I :
Whole KMiysr e WEEK AFTER / P. O. x 1042 $ tart I and had just started repairs COMPACTS r $2.00 up :

2 29c e and remodeling GOLF 'LIGHTERkjj/T $3.00 : I:;: : '
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I I Pancake radio Pete star Newman, entertaining 215 O.eeola Ave. yric Theatre Bldl? 'y'yo
vacationingIn I
Blue.White 2 P'k... Nabi Jensen Beach from Sleepy I'

Hakes 19c. RIT .. ?? _27c I HAVE BEEN CIVllG THjfSAME' DEPENDABLE ESTATE I Hollow Ranch near Quakertown, o iit ,
Mb Pk.. Pa dispels old Idea that Florida j + / :' I i
Glare I CleanerWmdex Milk- ----++-------- SERVICE TO THEIR L /CUSTOMERS I cattle are inferior to western TS :d : ,.
\ breed ..
13c He backed up his well-
6-Qi; Bll DOdftOOD 39c AND AtV/YS WELCOME,THE NEW Propcrlic cf all It' ds I foundid confidence In Florida T Dclicioua ,'),r :''I'Y. j
Bon cattle and his ability to Judge
lordenslnsUnt t ;;rCoffee' --- i'orlc Large CUSTOMERANTHONY'S I for ,ale. i them by taking oath trip I to theKlMtlmmee m' y Some Wilh Your Y Ys '
43c bell' over to t I'
31)i-oz.. Jar H .. ,. 29c I Also rental insur. 1 he A. J. Harris ranch! where he "'.' Morning CoHee j ,
16-oi CanS bought a truck load of wild y- .f
VEL 3i!' I ante.Edw. !Hiahtunan bulls to be used inliH PIES, CAKES, ROLLS .
I Go) evil '''I
A nn'Pate 16-oi."Btl: Ib. I surge arena. He didn't stop Baked Daily I .
Bag :
I I there pidn slop because he I \
Syrup ....23c F UR '.47c ,dye you must have good breed I
Mapp : (ors to Inherit characteristics Handy antry 'Pastry Shop : I ; r rBe
ME11 ER 'lutort Stock selections not only
CHOOSE A & P SLfrERlTBMEATS j his rodeos but to Increase erlBld Akron & 2nd St."I" \
Econom I GroceryHOME trait I sutiply on t the ranch j
k ,
According to LeRoy: Krause j \
CLUB STEAK 65c 1'. Arcade I11Jg, I who trolls concessions! on LlSTEid TO
e. WNED, FRIEIDLY OPERATED Phone 19 Sleepy Hollow Ranch and accompanied I
tit S. Akron Tlv WE UELffLR Telephone 143 Pancake Pete on this 4 rr t "
BRISKET STEW.. is j i record-breaking'buying trip there program U an efficient used I

_. ._ I with listed names, eartags,
---" -- --- -- -- -
IK CHOPS 9c ----- -- I returning dates. breeder-dates,
'C __ L6.. I dry periods., sickness 'dates and .
I pl oduction. All this a guide In '
: I calling the, herd of this famous SAqu)4ti D '
ITTlKlf" 3c HEALTH hvr )
:THE. .NATION'S;, ranch out icgulaily a way to, and build In up searching better- i

; and finer stock for rodeo and
OYSTERS sE.f: ; Pt._ C IS DEPENDENT ON GOOD FOOD domestic. use Every 1, rt.e9r4S


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Bex.40-ox. 33Vhite'A Shelves Ar.' S1oc ted With InnS able Item To 1 Help Make Your ; e / FRgNKI'

o g App-1Jice, qt._.... .. 23ded Patr cl '* Day Dinner A Su c.j $ a 'a PgRKFR j : L

ai y orse 90% ". ..J..... ......$4.08a V ODAY Invesnts I'

co Scratc Fee lOO-lK:ba?. $4.39

' THERH y Sale an 'stngi, rough.ou .
and 'm
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=r? JoeMAHONEY Martin County Golf Club Has K '
rI"6'.6'F'.lI By :

k.; ;,::1k :1\'\ FORMachine EXPERT, i I 1.::9a'U:9.: : '-'.. II-IL j Entertained 108/Since Feb. 9,

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,/.' Martin County Golf and Coun- or." he said, and the visitors In
!', > ho/Work) try Club at Port Sewall has en* 'particular praised the community -I Sup Me S11kBAI
t I'I 0 tertalned 108 players In the Feb. for revival of the facility CASTING
.j'I t ta" 9 Charles to March Rohrback I period announced., manager ";rhe people of Martin county IIld's6nestBai

CALL of these were members should realize that this Is their TheW
SIWT 33 "Fifty-five s
It and tell .
'. and 63 war. registered visit our course winter patronize visitors how- to take Ing.LIn Smoot ?1
I stronger e ware ropy
advantage of Its public recreation
s by our :scial pr essYk

., Stuart Mafin Service : STUART REVIVES The opportunity.club started Its building World's' cord f a 1I k
.{ program Dec. IS with a membership Tarpon a is lb.'tp' ,
of 29 and by Feb. 28 had line was n d with s Blsd
II t enlarged the clubhouse, now Pear) Line
I \ In i porat d to ,?f a NATK ALLY TAMOUSBAMXEAD TEAM AT serving guests refreshments and '
RWON, THE macks. Other facilities offeredare NOtWICIMMEDIATEtffcUVERY NE COIANXM

.- 1946 GOLD CUP RACE MARTIN HIGHFirst an attractive locker rooms.lounge, shower with view and

; ., LASTf of the 9-hole course.The N.Y.
\ members, through theirfinancial Sol by
: personal efforts and
Team Since 1932
THE PAL CLUB Brings Out 30 For aid, have developed a playable LEA NQ RDWABan
Sprint Practice course, with all fairways greatly -
.\ ,Is'r.at' a MILL! NOaTN ITUA.TON Improved and all 9-holea In 1 PORTS ORES

\ EDEaA IGHWAY Baseball bats are smacking course of Improvement. ._ _--'
D rawhide at Stuart high, these -- -
N ING + e
lilt days for the first time since 1932 .
WIVU AN. Morslaa oa s11N sense
as 30 ambitious lads train for
.-Relax and Refre ourself the school baseball team under ALCO IS11Ia.

f "! direction of Coach.Chuck Kindred ta t T". W w..a of N..a.artl.
t:;,: ANn LIQUORS The squad will be cut to 20 Iles Gese.1 Awese St. Ps sew r%,
it. next week, and the boys' will get
ijI" Package GoodsORCHESTR down to serious practice for
,I their first Indian Slier Confer

:, 11: ence game March'18'In Vero

I Beach. 18-Ft. Correct flVaft Run-A-Bout
Coach Kindred was optimistic US h.prv/er Crpwn Engine

:\ -- ,---- e today about the nine which Is Double PUJMfondoua Mahogany

shaping up. 16-Ft. Boats withX "TVAir Cooled Onan Engine
"We have some good pitching j
If :' "DINE and DANCE"A prospects In Willard Wells and
111 Arthur Henry," he said, "and' H GINS B T CO.
'j// I. SETS"SOME C. H. Hardwlck( and Ken Don
j'l nelly are .P. P. Nudging
: shaping as
up good
\ ,I. J IN OF A J RECORD:) LAST SUMMER backstop material." /4 Mile N. ucie River U. 5. No. } Hi-Way
!. ;y Mixed Drink*-Bfron Draft -- -- -- ------ SEEN IN MAKINGJohn "LISTEN" to RA

'. Stuart's First Track Team Goes

l STEAKS and/SEA OOD N. Mann;;; : Stuart, Sall- Si4S 9:00 A. M, "Strictl !eraonal"nday .
To W. Palm For Practice Friday, fisher baseball team manager and Wed ay

I I I l'' OUR SPECIALTYDINING \. predicted'47 ... Jut"as.atrong." a..team. forgoing .j Presented byi toast Hotel, I Pointes Jewelry,
v. .hl. .m "' '
SEYMOUR Magdalena loner, Al m... Bakery,
Beach GIDEON I' Stuart'* first track team 'will some since the Stuart lads I 14SV
I Owner I go to West Palm Beach Friday York -Release Button Char-i copped the pennant with room Il30: to "Callujr Martin County"
:, alteritoon{ tot a try-out at 3:30: 15 BUTTONS TO i ter craft "Blue Waters" CaptainA. to spare In '48. News and Notes frdVi "HosfF* Monday to Saturday
i' : -- .- with Palm Beach South Broward J. Whltlcar Mann, Harris'' Lowery, Jr.,I SilS to 5:30 Monde Wg TYiesday, Thursday, Friday
and Vero Beach cinder aspir O. P. Kearns Cocoa, Fla. Jesse and Horace Arnold attended "\ ants. LUCKY ANGLERSTwelve Bronze Button <..- Charter craft a meeting of managers for Presented bye Rowe urniture Co., Little Jewelry
OUT l "This Is an 'Invitational trackmeet' "Buckaroo" Captain Ford Car- Stuart, take Worth, Pompanoand i: Sho'ppe,The BA Goose, Wiley Motor Co.
!. ter, Pahokee teams at Lake '
or get-together to see what
I I the boys can do," said Coach Bronze n" Silver, and ,.A. a Hollenback, Williams)Worth Sunday, with Bud Ward, 5t" t SO Tuesdays
MEET Chuck Kindred, Iwo Release Buttons went Issued port, Pa. Bronze Button -a Lake Worth, league president. wic or LUUnini"nted
ME AT THE I Twenty boys are out for the.)I this week by StuarfSallflsh Club root, 1% Inch M- Charter craft '"West Palm will have two Pr }>\: C B. Arbogaat
team which will! 'to: "Dude" Captain Dude Dodge.Dr. teams this year." he announced.
enter the Indian EVF Y DA
J. E. Two more teams are to be ALL DAY ITS
Victory Hotel Djning Room piver Conference track Karl Gassert, Indianapolis, Dalley Houston signed
I meet to be held at Vero Beach Ind., Bronze Button ,7 foot, Inch Texas i r'- Silver Button.- 7, foot, to make up the 8-team Glades
May 16 and Friday's affair I Charter craft "Hobo Cap IVt Inch Charter craft "Sall- Coast league, Wednesday, March WPR/V
Come In A Stranger + Co ie Back A Friend : will be the first time In history tain Jack Whltlcar fisher I". Captain Herman Reitz., 19, has been set as final date for
/ that Stuart has had a track R. J. Dormon, New York City jr. entry of teams. The season's 1400 On ur Dial
Blue RibbX Bee On Draft ,i team at any meet, Release Button, Charter craft Mrs.W.C. Pfeiffer,Fort.Wayne, schedule will l be announced I For the Best InSchreckengoat ertatnmentJin
i Enjoy A TlrtyKocktail Coach Kindred said that he "Miss Florida," Captain Toley. Ind. Bronze Button 7 foot, March 30. i 'G. M
5 Inch, Charter The Stuart lads have been County Rep.
i has his eye on three promising Edward O. Beald Caldwell craft "Sallflsher In
y orMixed I aspirants Teddy Bishop, Paul New Jersey Bronze Button J"" Captain, Herman Reltz, jr. dally, practice, weather permit-1 j Phone It
ting since
a Therault and Arthur Henry. 8 foot ,4 Inch Charter craft"Roaring Monday March 3,
iI. > Served Nig fly tVICTO I Forty," Captain Dave JIM MERRIMAN IS \. ..-
I TO ISLANDS OF O. Bickelhaupt New York
I. 4Ro I LOWER WEST COAST City Bronze Button 4 foot Jim Merrtman formerly of
-Charter craft "Gannet Cap Latrope Pa., recently purchasedthe ENJOYs
I Bill Armor and-Danny More tain A. A. Whltlcar. P & M on Osceola Avenue
o house, ardent Stuart' fishermen, Russell R. Bolton, Quonochon- and Is enlarging the establishment '
I ,! leave Friday In an 18-foot cabin taug, R. I. Bronze. Button _, now known as Merriman's
MARINE ROOM I'cruiser for an extended trip from 7 foot 1 Inch tl aster craft! Tavern. Remodeling and mod Florida
Stuart to Fort Myers, through "Buckaroo," CaptaUi, Carter. ernizing are among plans forth
Package Goods Paul Gerhard I the Ten Thousand Islands, and Frank J. Dunn, Ocean Grove establishment "
Mgr. thence to the Keys and back New Jersey Bronze Button_
home via the Intracoastal. They 6 foot, 3 ft Inch Charter craft STIMMEIL RESIGNS Great Outdoors
are taking along a canie and out "Buckaroo" Captain Carter. Mrs Kenneth Slimmell announced
board to facilitate fishing John Merk, Mt. Clemens,.Mich. today that he has resigned from
streams en route.PItESBYTERlA'q. -Bronze Pin -.. 7 foot, 1 Inch management of'' Stuart Feed *
] -fo- Charter craft "Buckaroo Cap Store, will go Into the freight <3f
tain Carter. j delivery and landscaping busl-
JOIN THE THRONGS members VISITORSThe of First Presby Edward M. Graham, Bangor nesses.
Maine Bronze Button 1
: terlan Church are giving a party foot, 4 Inch Charter craft "HI- MAUGHAM PLAY HERE
visitors Thursday, Hook" Captain Film presentation of Somerset

,. .'I Attend Jie sing March man's and 20.Club.Dr.at H.8 Ernest p.W.m.Neall In Davis the will Wo give will -Bronze Charter Ernest Button Davis craft, -New. 6"Buckaroo"foot,1 York Sanders.Inch City Lyric will Maugham's show here for"The starting three Razor'i days Saturday at Edge"the, BESS H A DST &E CO

a travel talk with .
; moving pic- Captain Ford March 15.
DOG R. CES tures he has taken. Refresh. R. M. Babb, Evertt, Ohio I .
ments will be
I Carrlel said. served The Dr. C. A. Bronze Button -. 7 foot, 1 Inch Gold Heal Branch State Park OFFERS
at t WE
to the church Harvey Hamlar. < door recreation areas In central
building fund. '
John F. Mack, Flushing, New Florida. ,BEACH ROLLAND

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-A (Excep unday) "' $mo Cher ands ller than AN EAT

lines of oat test. CUSHIONS,
fl 4 FiratRa".M,. '"" Brai d 'and p cessed by ;'TOLE /LEETAttention .
out s cial s w, careful '
ys ; Daily Double 2 ..4 Sri Races metho w h insure Boatmen -- See Us r SEVE
greater s n b and ease L NUMBERS IN
? Ten Qui ila Races of casting. de in nine MARINE
, tests from 9 S01b.NORWICH. StfePLJES OUTOR GRILLS
; No Millers AcI.ltt
/ Opposite Morrises. NOW PHONE /74

; : We.t P.lm Beach NOR N.Y. TOLEY'S BOATYARD F R ; ..r.STEN > >

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'AIR STDA$1' lfJWlI.. tTl1.tJJ1.lftrtJ.! ., Cauntx." f'JJlrJ", TBITSDAr) ,, 'RfV 1 a, 1941. PAOI BSVKH .
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AgTINCOU*** .Aal9rAL Admitted and Discharged' .i' ...
I! Okeecbobe was the guest on; Illlllilll IIOlsllllillnuli Ill In 1111/II IIIIII
BlrihS''' ''i'ir Charity Tyckef. lire George NEW OF (:QUNTYCTrVITJE5, Sunday, March 2nd of Edgar'

and Mrs, SBli") N. .Kra"r. Knox,,, Batoe ptr.) Mrs |. tMveU The Market. and'hi Ia parents, Mi and I SALERNO NEWSBy C. & E. Walker
daughter County Agent's Colum JeyelersFINE
twin ton ago< i Ben Williams., Mrs.fred Mrs ). Earl) Markel\ at the Market Hal O. D. QU1GLEIAIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIItllllUillllllllllll r
Mgrrh Mueller\ lena,,1.BeIlCJI. home
rD By L. M. JotneonI : l l \
....'ittedyd l'rlpk, h'rtr Mra Lena ",filgel of Miami arrived DIAMONI '
Jensen The Ladle Mlslsonary Society
BPDD'IINw: Ikdf\ Alirdl I
: Beac11. Mitt Caroline Pickles, I Martin county 'Jf1PIr' art and heaviest at weaning time Saturday, March 1, and returned met Wednesday with a covered ,
\ MrL Lola ,klaxon Robert Jeffries. Philadelphia.Injoy urgently refjuestefl" fo !sgn.| per-. made best gain In the feed lot home March 9. tier parents I.dish luncheon\ at the 'church. LAND r

.. ,. I rormancesheet!" on pr before" and reached, a daughter! weightof Mr. ''and Mrs. ;. D. petty'I Mr, George Osborne,,5r,, president NIA s ,
Marsh }II, I It therPlt (4 par 900 pounds sooner than the are both 111. 1 I gave the lesson\ using ASher ,
ticipate in pie Martin Pounti light weight ones. The Red Cross week subject "Intercessory Prayer. JEWELRY QUALITY fAN 9'V
A Agricultural Conservation Association Birth weight of calve I 11 influenced being held three times a ."
Cockt/iil Present were! Mrs 8. D.
/ T. farmers and by heredity. Some bulls Miss Alexander are.being enjoy.ed I i
.. rancher having purchased or consistently sired heavy !calves, by each !member pf the class Sever Mrs Harriet Allen, Mrs. '
sold any land, during 1 19. art while other aired light calves. and also by several members of]: Rebecca Patterson, Mrs. TlllleHultz. DjSTINCtlON
asked to please advise the Agricultural Individual cows have an) Influence a former Red cross class held I M" Martha Whittle, Mrs.
/WITH. YOUR Conservation AaaQ Ia- on birth weight as well as during the war, who while notmembers George Osborn, sr, Mrs J. P. K W YOUR JflWELER :'
Uon of these change*. Information weaning and butcher weight of of this class are allowed -I Wllbar and Mrs. O, D. Quigley
will be relayed through\ L.M. calves. Some cows consistently to refresh.,their knollledge'l p. 0. Smith was' a caller in 247 Qiceola A b. ,Stuart,'Fla. .
Johnson, count; ...ept.Dr. produce heavy calves. previously learned i Tampa'I last week
inner In OurGrillWE Good Bullr The speediest Waddell, by being I1s. Ed Johnson of Miami spent
D. Henthorn, tate veterinarian road to success In beet'produc ten In. ([I Tuesday night'here with his
will be In Martin County Won Is provided by !good breed- Mrs. 1. J. Murphy was called brother, Oscar and family'',
Monday and Tuesday, March 11 Ing bull A good bull is half the to Miami March 1, due to (he I Mr. and Mn. 8. D. Bever, Mrs.
CAR Y A COMPLETE and 18 to teat family and dairy heard, and a poor bull la all of Illness of her sister and has not. Tlllle Hula Mrs. Harriet Allen '
cows for bangs disease and TB.,:It. A man In the beef business yet returned home. and Mri. Rebecca Patterson motored OUR ENTIRE STAFF '
ChoiceVlQVQrfs This service la free. pay for a good bull, whetherhe Oordon Tldmarsh, due to Ill to Fort pierce Friday. IS t '
Line pf WJNTASTY t (I uses one or not, as pointed health, has sold the small grocery I Mrs"J. L, Terry and daughter AT YOUR DISPOSAL TO V j I C
Attention Cattlemen-In 1932, out In the above. tore recently started by him, 'Evelyn and Mrs. B. K. Hendrix a
A4 C RDI s it took 24 cattle weighing 1,000 Cow Calf Weights Record to' Mr. and Mr. Barrett from 'attended, the celebration In Fort HELP' YOU PLAN& THATDINNER I
pound each to bring 11,000.00: ; weights of calves at birth Ohio. Mr. Tldmarsh expects: to ,Pierce Saturday. r I 1 ,
In 1939, It toot 15 cattle; In 1941. and weight of calves at weaning soon return north' for hospital Mr. and Mrs O. D. Quigley
PPUldU3 I FOOD it took 12; In 1943: It took 9; in time are produced by full-grown' treatments, entertained Wednesday night,
1945 In took I; and In 1946, I It cow that Inherit the character' Mr. and Mr. Frank Patzak March I, with a birthday party P/RTY
Prepared fay Aislf Y took '7 1''. Question: In 1952, how Istlci of beef production; therefore -I I who spent the winter In Miami in honor of their son, Jesse's,
TSIMAS many cattle will U take to bring selecting and developing were guests over Sunday at the 15th birthday Games were play. t !I
11,00000? helfen from the best breeding' home of Wallace Bull. Mr. Bull ed and Rifts were opened after LUSCIOUS CJCEAN-FREJH SEAFOODS i''
4 Weight of Calve at Birth cow and the best producing' expects to leave for the north which sandwiches, cookies soft / ...
Ice Cold Pre/n\m BEER Weight of calves at birth 1 I. an bull* results in calves that art March '20th and his home will drinks and a beautifully decorated BROILED ESTER STEAKS AND
Indication a* to the rate atwhich heavy at birth and reach heavy then be occupied by the Patzaks, birthday cake were served to
they are likely to' grow. weaning weights. Keeping: Weight who may build her during the Christine and Hazel Johnson, CI1PPS, Sf A-FRfSH SHELL FISH
oN F The United State Beltsvllle Experiment record* of calves from producing summer. Wilma Simmons Mary Lou
Station has records on cows and good breeding bulls Mrs. Barbara Kozelka left White Helen Barbas, Ruth and
in beef COWS bred to 23 different will produce the maximum Friday March 7th, for her home Mae Smith., Evelyn, Gordon and t
d bulls and producing 402 calvesat pounds of beef per cow and per in i Chicago J after two< months Donald Terry, Jane Baldwin, i 1
lugan a arnett an average birth weight of' larra.Mr. spent here 'and In Stuart. Marcia McPherson Clara Jean I '
70 Vi pounds.The range In weightof ------ -------"- -- Mr, and Mrs. Victor Conklln McCulley, Keith Allman Joe EXPERTLY MftED DRINKS FROM OUR I 1 :
the calves at birth was 40 to 1111I111I11111111..11.1111111111'11I'11I111:: returned last week after a ten Brown Sam Whittle,Jlmmle, Ho- r
former/! Tp my', Bar anM Grill 109 pounds. -The calve thatere day ocean trip In Southern 'wa- man, Toley Englcbretsen, jr, BAR / CtCKTAIL LOUNGF.
/ heavier than average at Palm City New ter fhlch proved very enjob- Ted Baumgardner Alfred and PACI\ACE\ GOODSHEAQUARTERSOR
A Visit Wll 1 Convince You birth reached a weaning weight agle. Water Pedersen. Henry and
of 600 pounds sooner than the By ANNA .p. BAY Bobbr Crane, Alonzo Smith, Joe, '
BEERRY THECAE' light weight calve. hudpgllIllpqhpelpliippuneuutll I Toumsr cite TO Jesse and George Quigley, and
t Among the 72 steer calves, *. Alice Burrell Wka honor. MEET MARCH Zt Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stevenson. I I +
those that were heaviest at birth ed on her, eighty-fourth birth- Mr. and Mrs. Emory DtLoach
-----'--"-' The Tourist Club will meet and Mr. and Mrs Bill Pendarvls '
day March 1 with a noonday I
L" luncheon given by her daughter,I for Ita' monthly covered dish spent last week end In Home SAILFISHERMEN t
Mrs. Ed Mapp, at the Mapp supper next Thursday, March stead visiting their aunt Mrs. 7 J!
WATER HEATERS Quests were Mrs J. R. 20, at 6 o'clock at the Civic Center i J. B. Sanders' and Mr. Sanders '
sr.,"and her mother, Mrs.home'1 Members from Canada I Mrs W. M. Marr arrived home THE LIGHTHOUSEBRUNER'S :
Clark, and Mrs. BurreU's daughter Michigan. 'and Maine will| present after two weeks In Naples"with
the her daughter. Mrs. Arlo Carson
Electric Mrs. William Mather of Du. ;i
; luth, Minnesota. and family __ .. t
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Usk Mrs. Kurt Schmidt and son,
Smithway Perrnaglas / Kurt, jr.,'of Orlando and sister i''
t Hot Master;15-Gal. her son, E. W Brown, were reI
I in-law Mrs. Schmidt of Lansing,
cent vilstorj for
several days In
Ajr| oicl 7,5 all/3-Gals. Miami and Hlaleah at the homesof Michigan and Mr and Mrs. Oscar '
I Mrs. Llsk's' sisters: While there Schroeder of Detroit, Michigan, Phrmacy ; !
A'I were week-end guests of Mr. and
JEEM Gas Water He\ter; they enjoyed a few days of the Mr*. Fred Pedersen.
dog On
racing season. their return -

CON/0 Kerosene Water Heater I, with,threatened Mr. Lick was pneumonia taken and 111 < OUR Al IS TO PLE SE ,

other serious
complications For
ERSectric the past week he has been very ,1,1, ,11t"l
ill but Is now slowly 'recovering i ,! ;' H
Mrs. Frances W. Herrick and
I PjXfPSWEII Mrs H. C. Speed returned Sunday ).' 1
to West Palm Beach after' ? Amphoj'el* $!J.5Q izC.': .. .$h29 / \
I I4 Electric two weeks here -, !
Pump-r.- nil 800 Gallon Per H home of their sister and breth- Ethyl Rubbing lcohol l :. ..5 :
I RUPP c } iif Engl| .. 7000 Gallons per Hour er-in-law. Rev and Mrs. Harri- Sparb ite is ready give "
son L. Packard., and ;
, your oars ru s the (Isopropyl Ruining Compp ,.39c
Am/ The Bazaar given by theLadles'
300 AC attenti they need
! Arc elders o Sparbrite -
Church ::'d March pf the T Palm was a success. City p 'cee will 'me I any Bayer Aspi in 7ps:: size ,/....!. ....59c. ''4- t. I

!.{Nearly all articles were sold '',compel) 'on.f I
nUTT and about eighty dollars added McKesso ,,100' .. ... .. ... .. ........ ......49c V I;.
< from the sale tq the church. kit loore pertly ended i

chen fund. and i 'shad YOU ; S9uibbs 100's .. .. ... ..,.......... .... .. 4 c I
RADIO / and APPLIANCE CO. Word has been received hereof "
the recent marriage of Frank- CHOOSE HE ND OF St. Jd epb pirin 0V..35c j
02 OSCEOL\ FIRE DEPT Ie Coffren and Miss Frances FINISIJl astie, akelitet 1

Pine at the farm home of his laquer, soh (lac varnish, Wi pf arflul i $J.OO size ..,... .89c ,:
aunt near Columbus, Phlo At
l i n e s or co nation* Id V
the present writing particularsare I l '
not available. It Is also reported thereof, l costa are Z r e $1.00 ..

AVE.NOTICE that his aunt has made buffed Also, oore clean Lotion. ize 50c size. 39c '
him a gift of the farm. ed and waxeJT or bakelite Jergens $1,00} 79c : ,
Mrs George Smith was called
wWf to West Palm Beach pn Fridayof topped and Maxed. Wild Root C a Oil $10.0 size e 89c } ,
last week because of the Illness '
of her daughter Stella. Asphalt tilejtnl linoleum Cart I Lt le Liver Pills 25c size 19c : .' ;I
Mr. and, Mrs. J. Earl Markel laying; eve qb t
i celebrated their thirty-sixth iJ,
RE> MOW/OPEN/ IN OUR wedding anniversary on March\ Rug ndj caroling cut Sod Fountain '

I 3rd.Mrs. H- L. Packard has recovered and laid For Htm Sa wishes For Her > ::1

from her recent cold and Rug c aped. I Pickup
I Nfe canon Is about again as usual. and delijbry serv e. T ck. Sea f roll Br akf ast Rnee Thornton I jl4
Miss Eva Xoulse'! Betha of
cleAied I k
I ed ca eta on Bergamot Lucyene LeLon; j BI '
I ,, floor, Rey is Pies I I i'
His Helena Rubunstein'
I ( I Sandir and plishing Serv Fresh :

i r AnnouncementWe ipech'ea for rent.w Old Sp'a i1y ChenyuBRUNER'S t
I' i I 'I
The I'l

Raips i Building e e or Call Co|act i" ,, ? d

take pleasure in 1 ; !
st fourth Street PHARMACY tie! i "
announcing that ''I''
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t\ f 5 .......... Martin County" Phone 2496VERO tL );
Cleaners BEACH 221 OStEOLA AVE. PHONE 9 I i :

SPECIALFryers aryl,
Has! been appointed I -V-V lC-e .,

Autho eel Representative

r hIY s e fr Ii.HEY: FOJJKS\: !

and Cut a Wa Yoq Want Then}, 1 SPLRBRITEPOCTS .

( and LISTEN i',

fw, h'' Y cl Eggs ICES'' ', WE HAVE I irf STOCK A FEW OF THE t''

F/cw ouj P TARM ; ... Coy/jna; rtiq County Famous Lauso A.-Coole4 Engines

All/nquiries foV 1 1ALSO'
any type of S
W'4 Tp Think Our itomer for ThfirV.. atronage. ia thr-Pait and Uvitp"Pfr w k performs up' will Sorng.4,119.: and Some \Ills b.p. i ,

ublio. Te.Yrit 0w 'Store
et courteous aU prompt
when Acted ,
attention eli to w i



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fAOE: EIGHT .::-" THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida, THURSDAY MARCH .. 147 {.
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| OLD MWSPAPIRSl: a pound fvt FOil rASlAG& of
WEEKLY ISCOME RECORD for Lbe 'leal' .n..l.n... "door the Provilliwas
at Stuart News. ttl .. 04 a lkiftes AI. ahaue I LfGISLATICMwor .. .... ... A. 040TICZ TO,
f m mRATES BOOK>. Lilrty system. The .. SPECIAL OR LOCAL CkCV I.Ammoom, sta mlio ., to'fauCnonto '
: .. r4wto u L L'' L G R E it ..'m''Io.' ad/ I ot 1041. win _. t. 091 MOTAYN OF
I Ideal simply way to keep records .. .,. Inn,11. GPPM I. ..d ter .....1. ELIZABETH Boost,
FOR SALt:: New 14-ft. Rithard I. surtmansumm: C : A P L E f'I EAT flR:: IS MKrtSB GIVEN tkJt| jbm TAT
June. f-int"d' 'Vilrnid', .. .. rii". up" re..404 of" Proof be..
I In athe man business ..1. calls' : the .' Heard nf Coonilnilo8UU I 0 ty be
MIII house Iraller Apply rtelephone F MIL viii N v e! 01 this ....'... tII I". :
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Trailer Ing their ni thod.i. Let us show .4, Contra. $ Am rl- ,Cal" ., ol.h .f ri&fi"kith.. toi.II ..... whose" oradfilitooft 'eflump
Camp, Jensen Reach. loan Iree E M KAT.I "Alk .Caere.Vlorldst .
< I both Aeti.IkTayker.
Ask for Mennlnfer alStuart I. 1147, for the _OR am map 0111
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WORDS :3c PER WOK1) CAPITALR PAYROLL National Le"':.*' N D "Y A r o "'...I i 1 I.1.itadM. Drainage DuiuWI rl_ e.b.64, 1. '10 toIV.
MIND':M Me, (OR 17 'STENOGRAPHER posture chairs: ifiOK- sys- $am all '( N i T v U &&Ill., : weight ..... Clupt K'H UrU Mah is., is. Jndn of Mnrtla .
tern for Iteeplnr wale and theater' .1 I IS I. for the Idn. In tko CnortkonmIdn.
WORDSllllllltlllllllllllMiillKllllllilllll'. new and used 112.50 and up. hour wllf holding lax and ,It :: 5 t fI! F I tl"f" "b. ..ln Son :Uffionti::::::: W Mr UGAL evalill Mtkt (si)

-'- '- -- V the Stuart News. tf social r. Itma"Zoololy: R I; IN'" Allowlsel Wonnefin loin ..stralanLy. .bailml. tooressmbins O. rnoins Ikn data ., the ftaS'
securfy reports, when you I : and fear service 'oa ippllmMn tnorKn; I" THE In this nnk*. Cot. nl ln> Lee
:linn' SL Sibilont Olt. EN I f Rill R I E II. f4m11 = I. orko
have', or Y !it for nn ndnlnuitrntlon tax onInidi AND FOR ta WlUn.. gad .
MrHIM: a good) M'lei'lion of more employees| 14, Exist L N A D PEEl E nao.. .....", .._1..'" nmvMI. ,.. for tLOII DA. ., ro.ld.BM, and pMt.rt oft
rVPARTMENTS FOR RENTATLANTIC See us *dav Afck for these atthe 24. Blames J. :: =i!
I lH"wrilrr. Tables, Stuart I to. Mournful I"I. the ._...at Pool woo-Hust. ol dumb Leon olnlmnM, nnd ntmt Wtkn

poll News Office, If I SliArt, News office, tf n. wish witk a II Tried' the debt :::': .64 whowstrieums', to-$ !, nlnllnnnt, kin atont, orfffi Is
fismov of ind I rORTA/E f: through 4|> j,.,,,.,., 8 .. Genoa IM 14 .rqunilly'; ranlllrt. lh.ro..ltfc. Falso 1 84 Jody.CMUL .
Itllif.AIV: Hilt HKK CASH WELDING SERVICE U. board. tttl. 64=inIt .< simple, tree 0. Use.4 11-0- Kit this, March r. 1147 lit, Ilk jhITATk .
ANY/HERE ANYTIME oil S. RI Ivor in limber I ftAd
RllVworm: Coflcnnlratoi1C flone,. :.:.. 01 u. CoNNL-MltNz"$ u. ukG., 41''''' 1. 4 014
COMPLETELY: OX1/.FN el I ACETYLENE OR 17 Bund for ThrnnfoKborrj Comment 44 Porn orly .1.J. -LAiokd. IIhAINAIK[ (: I>I"TMIC- .
I HHVIsllMt. SHIPS ELF/TRIG WELDING Oil 4 a. Tntal : :: aymhol;: for 47 A roil' I:r thnl watnoon of W. |>' jHIUIAttKI K + M..AA1 I bill b .7 Too
I ; .
: ASIX 4L Typo mnai.. KProMAuctln. U. Hindu munlBnrk Chair .. TICI
l."J Bit.\\ ) NMV: HOT IV Ct' FriNC.. DAN VAG EN il Short nlt) nf a <.I! I...,.- ,,_"_ .n.., .u.Al__._ __.. CLA."Islow" a
1 i' It'! t tIn I' ladiagn soulW used fur A AL'. ,"M'IUN8 Irsir Amid (30-9 time t
11 MlUt: AND GAS S1OIL.IMAIK CI SONS: SERVICE STATION ... Ritilll PIT : tno 1o:1'1'Am.:'' Ito ALI t.IJoIII.8;
gk4 ,
> "'Pilots; tollt M '' LEGAL ADVUTIfJUENT3E ( ; II VIN'I CI.AIM.lIooIIANU1I Irdrose ]*of
a In if 1)) 1 D mpift 1INOIHM TIIICOU' ONE 9122 U I' Ood.'n"' .. mssr! In the I'"- en. 'Indiana __ AGAINh, IAII, a.TAnv. : -
__ .1. Small tine tl Cnrdrd .hi .. LE4A&'ADVUT
men Of 'I, stupid "" lilnndt ( In ... Old ot No herebywo0fied IE14TNOTICA
] ''I, "wt Dcur. .JS 1. Blood thick' I! Voun rnvorluplrrn .-A gooll-i-d 'n "rollout ..or
'I tluxt In a If Rnt
n .
( >1) IINISII. MIST BE KbMcnn .101... d demands weir -. Off doloolmorhe" IsTIT.G.r.
lots of Uri.r, "!>. t riik. I R.i.v U, behold DRAINAGE Oli ICT
,.. > Fill I'I! PRESENT; I.OIllOV I ave them at the old .. '. ithe Esa11
:: l.?:; Gl :: ..weIL NOTIC ..R ItCk.A .
prices and we can supply a III HhRKBTi IVKIV isi am
I ( WITHIN Til HIE: ) 3 5 l \ \" Inerkrd ob. Ulb", .-..d.Covety "t.. ." MAKINit wa
: i MONTHS IAN Kt FUN: AT' few dispenser cabinets. Novell!I 7 too 11 110 i land Intrrmted In Mnrlla In I tnt PLY. is 00 ......... III. I Arthm II.CIur'o. 96 JA
C Ol K| of I lee. tf Suaof KloridnlJwllon ,.. to judam, ol .us 000." 0. 1941 hetb

STUART APARTMENTS. FLORID I I Much Ml Art\AVO.', hOUGH DRY-StRVll"E:-LAUNDRY -- 12 V3 at. ownsAs II. seem The "'...of.. "nn ser, =: !f.Itheivie., not a. :'IWO:, :oftir trim thi ,="a.i sol#Puklkv Chroo., A uses this 0 t 104 ikj aCounty

WHEN AVAILAKIACompletely SER\'ICEYour laundry flux a.. '" I. publiesithemoIt Mon. musive IIIST.
I I carefully washed all 4 17 /8 twooll. .,,...,. "" ''d ."i... ... .. ..d. .. LU a ItCo..
; Furnished Illusckeeplni toil SAIL: 1137!' Uo door Fi,, I I Hat Ilis ..I..h Vestal .dome .r.ad ''b.01.\ ..... which 3 a Is I go" No ge

ApartnientalW I fedan tire ; Work Sheets, pillow-slips etc. .. "itthe. ..I" orl 0.6 --a 10 0-11 I ......" toaif art. YI-I V Imam
good J'OOOOijann
Ironed and ..._.. or ..'" ] Is hoorm.LDole to &Wd be%
T PAGETTelephone JVippir I'iggly Wie/y y.1| dried for home Ironing apparel We J J"II... I. T..hip, II sioulk. ...... LCIN. A. ;' 1947.A. .INL 0. ofislysisk
1 9152HliiiiiliiMiniiiiiv Irl.
March 13. I I I can *lve .vou two.. dflvn. norvlrnand "" .. 1:0.: .. Ad .1........ Case T 'I._.10 Am"NO March L I St. 13.L .
r, I .iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiliii. - -- -- n P-- I 21 ::24 ZS or tal &tuatsa. or 0; .so .. Ulb..
iiiiiIi SALF: Trailer, Ko/y ( i Ih, will pick up and ) 1/1 I i.l:. ill"Kim...'i:; f;, Florida Items, .1.., .... .. U... II. t b.. dftoo"tNVAITY V"44 ADVILIC IMENTIN

FOR SALE \ 19. Sleeps four good your laundry. Use this ... h ..EIIAI'I.t"; &.0..
I talent service for LB.i; 28 3o 3i 32 I........... .. I..,. ..... Dshomore co PAR THE toOF
I liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii'iiiiiiiiiiil' lion, William lunicr, Jcean your ..... ... 'within ........... hsoiw Ito p. Aft-1-4 .bank aim.6am IN. NTT
Breeze Park, Jensen leach RATE ONLY file PER t.,... .ooomfittd, w.. a botiefits .od 'i. vium.14. FLOArl 3TA4IN
SECOND HAND swivel their) Ha / ItOK WEIGHED WHEN DRY. PEOPLES 34 35 dummies to the Plot, 'p .4 sued..kiml. Alto. eefor Atheist' .Lrls' C.T.A. fix "A T a 01 r

See them now at Stuart >en. LAUNDRY Phone 287tt. 10 said dersim, distrili. and W YIAI" I
.1. siewrielses I visle line f to. land .9 II......
office tr bill : 21x7 ft hip, d type I ,**-y .1. bat takes :, ,:hl ol mi 4Mn -1 GAL ADVERTLSFE-n- :,

open bout. 30 II P. k ln.. >.d.a f r wwki trf ..I d ; ..
FOR SALE: 225 ft. riverfront Engine, KeavonuhleWei/ And- DRAGLINES and truck cranesavailable Pistruit.. within or vtiut tk Booksamid. of I NOTICI u.oun ,
II itrtot. filed Ih flows I. this I Col"
property 121 per ft. Close In. I'son, Slerno Aft e 4 IN. on.t I by day or contract 43 44A4 .ft ... .. Uo'lUk dpinf H.nk. 1947 1. MARTI I COUNTY ,1.0'' 0A, MARL ;
Inquire Box 343 Stuart or Philip Gray. 1131 N. Palm Way. ..it. ... ..04b. .. ,ou .. ....h' Is 'IJ4 TO ALL P No TtNEVrkj: I
or. 13, 20 I .1illpol that jaw, '. ".Isaid HOT II in my"Ry; : OIVIIH: that TWO MTAT OF U UIICLDDt:
phone 114W. tr Lake Worth. Fla : : :.d ..:, ,: :, OIL ar ::;, I ; ." got Puo, log". Yom am b by a rose Chat 6 ...
I 04 ; ,or Z7 housteKI Jan. 16. 23. 30 Feb 6. 13. 20, I r rf .... \It......,. .. .. .. .N.... (1.4 .... t., : lilelr4d.. &:.. < 1047. hosofta. We i..tr a. else to 10..
BABY CHICKS Get New Price :: day. f : In I' Mar. (, 13. 20 ..... ....1........ ...,... II. iosil.L d....... ..nd.is Martin ...... IrkWe A 4 ban met ''ud (a _.
lint and Save Monev OK III, tile. R. D.I. I 53 POMXNOYof .be offered, far Is .4 public this Covert. V seeby. somands
WHILE'; CHICKS 101 W. North ., let. I ean Breeze DO YOU have trouble with 11'1 1 0114J7 t...... t CI..k Cb.", allor, r W the .... ;0. base. els.h vifthis she .-the free 6
hens not Then id.Iia C.) it, rhimide. ., bod, *.it I. the right .Ite T....iit. .. 4.,. at it hillestl.. 11
Arenue Baltimore 1. Maryland. r It. laying) Men %II, I.. USA 11141."i .. n..1 liefors, ... Powell Ie, it.@ Imp 60 .a COCA ... I
y Feb. June Hess Pan-a.min. Stuart 54 .
6- 20 Inc .Jeot .d .11 .id. I the Coo. 61 -hy ... win
FOR SULE: OnjJ new Scott Store tf ,tEGAL ADV TISZMZNTCoussitY. I,..,.. .Zhor .t 10.41 ,.clack. A. ill.. this .
i rORS'LE Alwaftr 3'j IIP. outboard .. tho ub day uI A 1. 1111. Outesou"khoolities 1* I IaLac" : :: ,
: Pinto hone. I yean --- I .Ido -_ f.
old trained cow pony. gentle : motor! $80.OO/ Call Arthur TRUSSES!! elastic stockings, _d t-of-wso lie A ..... ..I" R UIIII. CLOH1t,

will work. 1160 H. R Stiffens LIU*bill SuiJU Inn It.I knee pads! anklets ete Stuart herlds, Illarch 03, 1.. Me. ...it f- say rW thromah.h ()a..r. IIrir.
I ..
h I. .. eabit. << at.... _d. "'
Box 43. llobe Sound I Drug Corp: tfMURPHY IllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllliiilllilllllNOTICES : r is H ;BT GIVEN that A. &we .1 "nd.. this U. ..-b.II ot .11
I FOR SAIl (Jmplrte Rental i EASTER SEALS TO C11.10-Ir I141111141.No ........ '''d Ih_.... b..r "lleffaCl jKlmMIEMVT
I iirROLLBOOKS: Wage and I rant eqlipn/nt, Lance, Brollirr's fc 'DO.NALDSONFLOOR ::'' AID HANDICAPPED sof of tol?, A,.... n.I__,, _"_ .n.11., __. ._,__....

Hour. Withholding Tax and .Vtjll/tcclcriil Highway. SANDING AND FINIMI1NG llMiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii" drile to. MUNPiN land in cr.,too couffity the re- Lv,. 1 .. ,..1. .1.... .. MOTIC T cagorroasIN

Social Security Report See U !! PHONE 32-R, P. 0.1 I WANT TO TRADE a aU ft. 46 Gainesville ,(FNS) Asking 1-14. .1 be forle far -1, at jmohil Lu I.. 11 i.." .. B...... f. ,
BOX 604. tf Wry w the hit.11, and best -.6 ...,1. I second Ad, .... ./Unf Tax cotumm 'r 001'11 fOUll1
them at Stuart News Office FOR SAIA- New Porter-( able, 'I model, refiJgeralor for a, 4 ftrefrlgeratol for, state-wide support of the bid. b et 1. the he at the Tu.W- Trai. ,.. 'It. II d II PIm. MAATJN Y. STATS or
See "And it w L.-.l I .'equo"t read t. "f 1'. 1M me In I'M I. Pairs II. IDA
GET YOUR singing lea-kettle atC 111-ho. flou.. unding machinetarlberf WET WASil LAUNDRY SERVICE Palil 1947 Easter Seal Drive for the t* -.1set my .ad bhdo at the cauprit.asesliorof.x I'm eo. itiess4L T ... ...

E: Store. Dehon Bld,. Phone 5275.00. ( J. Sewall'A -Your laundry carefully:; I !I Hill Royal 6. 1 Chevrolet fm I tf I I thousands of crippled In; the )URTEN a IlH1 day Valeek of APRIL.A M, IN REGARD fly T % TATIAbo
washed to1
II If P it. tt clean and returned State, Dr. L M. Bristol Gainesville 1947.0. We a# is I"Ifti4m samententrumout .... I .I Let I tn to ... knoni 1 1Donind ITO
tit you damp for home dryingl StVpORTsXr PresideWt rNwhit-a. r miss fail whoo, I..... I' .1-h'". 111111Additionite C..nd.. Cruslowl I
STEEL FILING CABINETS I FOR Irittac! : t III8! 11, TON and Ironing We will pickupand SPENCER wo. Florida of the be lor-d to. .7 0 ..W th'"C"' Palo C, a e/lt '"
| men Men's Vlts. LuTla Downey Florida Association for Crippled which th Willing state Possill. 6v, I. no In I.. IN IsIN AN nil Pimm IWlJ
Art S30 ,
Metal drawer SO.
letter Hat
or body, deliver. and give two All. all I 1\\ C- Doemed 1 1Artkw
you 1101 4ve Children and -I (; ow II, T I. II:. Afnlnnl saw low
0 Adults. announced owsf
\ Fort
total size with or without dual heels, kes food, runs days service on this economical Dire the of *to" mi.. II. '
locks. He have them- fine. Seeds Seen Pierce Phone\19'At] for appolntment. today that Mrs Millard T",Caldwell Tas and sairle sis we lately, asad
coining IWits. at wet, wash Rate Se Ib .. I..... .
per 1. .
Is II 'url ........ moseed prommat Our medemand.
In now. See Mvnnlnger at tile Oren 4in, next liouse north of Weighed when dry. Minimum \f tf Honorary Chairman of ...... .,. ... Lv'I .... .. ,M, ar .litle, itso.
Stuart Newt tfOrFlCE Bac anialite( off Indian. the: State. Easter Seal Committee -: I'm CITY .. .., be" Isell t.. ..... it
bundle It g.
pounds WET WASH WE iAV'S HELMk AVAILABLE for the annual Easter Seal .:.,'jIlt":T : : .: O-selove W. Is ..into havors a Go
--- los Head >
on ,*ulh Fork II Sc per Ib. PEOPLES LAUN.I so Is, IL 41. W. a"". disease ..... ol 1M "Pool
CHAIRS: We have com I DRY Phone 2S7 FOR ALL POYfVNSJ! TELE- [Drive, March < to April A. EasterSunday. I : "HI 'tKRNAL IM- 11"M c...., ""1,111111, stow af ...
pleu stock of swivel and I REAL/ESTATE FBll SALE tf. PHONE M PIERCEEMPLOYMEf 11-1, 1, tLEV9. FUND 11 THE 1T"rs: 'toill, 40 the H. R. CwJ'la
LA.. OND HITUIN O. CwmY Joehol, of i-rt
straight chain In mahogany tUlF TO RIO> SUNDAY! I SPECIAL64N MOWING 84VICL The Florida Association for ....Capin. True It.II. .-..; -.17 '. h.... as 'I them'' Coi.l In lot Omdn

,and walnut finlshti. Pick out eifCIU I {'LEAR.&'CE SALES SERVICE POWER LAWNMOWER Mar, 6, 13. 20.1 j 14 Crippled Children and Adults Is '. &at. py II, t.Tva1some L LBY CnnrtkouM In Cnnnlr IV1TIONAI .
what you need while Ihe selection /NDAT, MlKtll&BYORIf I affiliated with the National I 1'... is. Cwties. II, I.-*. Ithln' talks' as. somenot .10
I Society
I YOUR LAWN II a. L a. GUN volouir Clerk Lots .onto. nf the 4 palilk.1101.. .Amid
Is complete. Stuart Newt I MAL' SURDIV F: S. SIDE CUT REGULARLY AT REA- NOTICE: V4tch for Vie grand tot Crippled Children and serve Is. I 7.L9GA Knck nhlio or i I .d selool be .IN -

I Office |f /AIKS,' AND PAU ENT IN SONABLE Opening offWarren sl undry Adults and this Easter Seal ,.01 110 MAINk 'S NILCOND AD. ,law ..d ...' nr be .... or PwWN1v
CHARLES IL DITION. rt Gooy. but a Anita ENIANT ..... P-t .offlam, .... .. .lal_
I Ii IMMEDIATE fKONT OF EVERY LW. CASH i JACKSON. 61 West Third St. and Dr, Cleaner, laratich Drive Is a part of the National I. I'll, L 6' If II Seethom ..X- .Atimil les, ..am ., ... ...,..... .
DELIVERY: 30 Jill TIHMS THIS (4 rAST I Write P. O Box 413 Agency atfRalns new klldlng Society 14th annual drive .1 T. L I L IN THE cl C RT FOR TilE asset Or ...._ .... .o. .... ...
I.. gallon automatic nil water I ST tf on FourJ Street In \tusrt. NINTH JU ICIAL CU'T IN AND ........ ..... ..111 ""
person contributes It .
,\ heaters. 1]. 40 and 52 gallon iliimiiHiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMALE Now "Inch 6. NEW Von IMAA 1111 cc TY. f'LOIIOA.I "' ..
IN MARTIN (OLNTY* ACT HELP WANTED opef for business rhone to the Easter Seal Drive will be a at Go, "losted IIIio II y ot rem"Cory"LIL
Electric Water Heaters Humphrles 311 for ; Las W ''I -7 & GO.. W IIn
( I c CHAN RY ,
I II ll'ICK IF YOU WAfT A | IHHIllimillllllllHIIIIIIIIIII' rry purchasing services for the crip- I ov... 0 minimi a
I' tort::: Pierce I Tire it: Appliance Co.. IJl\tLCPtD: MBimTjMONAT I I WANTED: Man to operate tractor -March--I 13-- -- -- pled in his own community, T.II., ... .....a J. I II( .. ....._ ..... (AARKIL QUI TITL9 I IJAHN "AIII :ACH rLnmuIN

Feb 20, 27. March 6. 13. THE LOW PRICES BtlLLAVAILABIE. at Golf Course Apply at CHUIICHES'O.. CHRIST SCIINSUBSTANCEITlk. TI' Bristol said More than 90 per Towns He GO, _w. LYNN

I :. ._ ONLY A VtW I club house Is. cent of the funds raised will re- TIt :"Y"N, .I'll T I'D 107THS A IN. STYP *ad r A. Ailmlookirew. a .." ....... 60w
\ iOl SALE: H'/j\ ft. inboard I ITS! 11 FT AND THEY 1WLLnt ..'' ;; ;. .....Joetb) main In the State to buy needed Ot' "WIUCI..1t ;\) BTAT16 JAHN NTYP AN, the. Pleura of ....... W. ....... asme
I I' l ... .
wm 8.mn* .Kitfc' will be need ,., ". (1ge"W., onouitll.lr.Uf
1 68 inch beam twin rlylndr GONE) AFTER TillS SAEMF I 000000 AMERICANS CANT BE .liurcl, of ChrUl. Ikknll.lLmion tIoro.Kb. services In the fields that are ( c..... NOT TO PLAA- T. ouoHTn .N

t' Onan motor with clutch ; OTTO KIBIN ON PRW1rKTY WRONG out the --W .. ...d." II.;,, .16. not covered by other. public or IPONISROV. ?fix STATS r rl IDA rut Jim" Atlornnp for A. ,
1 'i I Yes I' Th. Glden. Test .hit "C;.d .is .his Coo( AIYr. V-4-4 1. I. read $type- Slid J., Inrrk S. IS. It| 7. 1941.
: over 1,000.000
t Hum April 1946 Americanshave .. private organizations
Canvas Cov all aram, ..1haviod 11--d rest that for, the county. Felow. 9 -- -

I II. C Sayle, llobe Sound tFORSALE IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItUlFOR thought It over and decided ,.b.,....1.._.up,. bovine..-.4.11 fee ..m.lon.New, In all" handicapped. II..... II.. .1141.,."" lorim, beoulp Cjk ... 1 LEGAL A| TISLIM911TNOTICS '

i f RENT 1 to serve In the United ell "" ".'hl... ''01)). power -rI\\ <;;llo;ln;-POM.M- front the tkrhlnn, ; Gib.movill or IN iMi'T';; newroFIG"T1

fill IIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiniK Slates Army -the new peacetime Astimer the 11C.O." ..kirs.or, "" feknii. tulhook. "actand A I EmEn swill 4 WANg
: t Builtlmf Lots' the .Snmron ? .?.. ''''...IM with Key Ik. .. .. Hall for Mell N. use
FOR Army ? t
RENT Why been
Because of Iptum
I Lots 50 :til October 1st, Full!j jI from inn Bible' .H.1I'..... m .I.. ..... ..ddr. -Whlck ..br.. "rr > NOTICE NTRACTORS "it Gibbons N .. Crime. NOTICE Io Hnndmlinrd. :all GIVUR lost b
150 far
x$50Adjolninf k.a
i 2 Lo 45 ou.ht :
I the high = :4.1 Selo.hatiorl" 8.4 01
I furnished. \ and krotknrn
: modern cottage In'; pay. the chance I N.tk not God ...- In ni. Iki irrlu, .. end tor-tom, ful, 01blemms4 nn ohnidko
i food location,, ose Port Srwall oolcst In to save money. Because of free t.l.,. nf this world rick In f.of Imoh" and 1, dylnn, Ikn nuUblo nnd oiortnl. or Iki OFFICE ol STATE ROAD Perthe N. Gib oke Chapter Kiln.nf ... .1 Y aof.f
In. Price right fur quick! fale. I spot food and l lodging the klnndom whih he he.b ..wrl,... hnmiublo. nnd Intnorlnl.. A D EMT Frank W. Pat at ,, llf.i; I Julia 4.41 a. 'IMI wl 01|| ,:., will% ilb"
Florida Box Because of prinelsed .. .
351. them 96.6 .I. him the .
It Too for
(James New To.Un.nt orllor. sit I .4 "' in :
Will deliver warranty feed. [travel and $411. plainly& dnnrlkn .1........... .. W. Pnow. dm : = of ;
adventure in faffrff f.ltk n ....hl' or mind ni ".b. .. j ., ..... "I Po, -1. bir Z Florida I
Write P. 0, Box 954, Stuart, KR KENT Two room Apt lands. Because of the fin j The Laimon-Goneess...I." Iftluilem ties- m at 'klyi koMd to1 (171.:111"THE5INX" tit ...... ,.. lIn.e 66.i t aFrank ad.W. of... NbllnnUon. .I MMM. % lk P>|
r ---- -- pov",
ria If furnished or unfurnished for I. tot medical and dental care II -- MAINTAIN 'aooaAM "seek stim"o, MARTIN Got LtlUSEICAnkick )
SPROUTED- COCONUTS itl light house keeping. Also two h-cau.se of the sports and recrtjfttion fellow We 1 .ressivoni, at this Dt.syarn iT:; [::; i. rwl< *..

furnished single rooms" ,, with opportunities Iffirs Imoom ., ..
Because loot .........
each MeivJingerStuart. on"l City. H. .
Edwin A. I ..
.. evoking facilities/ Reasonable oftthe 14,86, A. N. ( T .. eBlue 11-11, Da... ,
satisfaction In it.1 "buse .1
helping "AN iffisvs
i U for Merck. 1947 r.,. t Portioamsed, Of &:=.. lhtrtw. : ,'b" of:b.-I 9 W. a
year around. Loder 11 I
I I Coco Sam 1 keep, the peace Became BEER ilJNlH SOFT DRINKS the f11-ifte role PH....... dr -dr..K..I, N.I Flarldom
FOR SALE Attractive nut ItowMar of the retirement Low. Film. admit 6. is. I
: |oiliness! pay state P. reeldiowas am at, loh. rem w...

e In beart, of town suifcble for 13 20. 27 and!the security. Remember: fECIAL 100. 9481-11 'L....IN.. PI."...., Mh'11..4 I In'0',"romishowim_.....u .-soll the I Yo.. ...U. LEGAL TISEM1
I ", Udy Write P. O Bo* 103 ]FOR Ovet 1.000.000 able Americans Nc, S. More, ... L. ..d r.41.. .h_ ...''do... 11'. sh ....... _
I March 6. 13, 20 KENT: Furnished Apt. 4 have, >o.ualifwd, Go to your CHICKEN RI STEAK SANDWIC4 Ill.cotim, of' ,.. Warreem'al _... ot II"'... Y"ld. .......1as eks 1'.., NOTICE 0' IN To A
.. ..
rooms All electric kitchen. u. ,1. P".. a ,... 111111.11r,
held"it _
nearki ...
Army Recruiting Station .tl.. d .. I IIIOTICIl is GIVEN did
FOR SATE Greens Apis. Coconut Row ON B a. a 25c -., .1.. II' P-i '.". New '-_ ......... ...
I ; : FIVE: ADJOININGCHOICE tbr full eaItalyme ....U.. c.... Ruth T. I .a .
I Mar 13 20, 27, Ji: April J. I details 704 70S ....... .... '" ... \1.- .. ........I.. Ask .ladivid-lir .nd Ch._, .....u.orl of Fle"Ide.
I LOTS' BESSEY :.. Contra Bid Ope 9:00 A.Itil -,- o "" 1'...".... Plus, .
,: West Palm I 2 :00 A. M. ..so I 'dinshimi II 06-. "C'_ ,do_ 164 wfll.. the close
ADDITION. S T R f E T HAS BcachlFla. we Is- ...... \\0 III P_ low' (;10,." Co ees fief
( f I FOR RINT Large home'Formerly 31/i Mi & North of N.. ... ''oa, c-.
: art Fed. No 1CAN'T = "_.. .
,. Canals. r.... 04 ofwhollem
RIPARIAN RIGIITsfrO I RIVLRONLY J....... .. ..... ..
I I ) h A ..
Ut. ..
the John Taylor home on March YOU BEAT .b..b I. ".4' at So,. WIN ..4 1'.... .. .t 01 .. mhm ,tholTRIS
$200009. P ICED FOR, the Palm City road. Furnished ,. 011111111111'1111111111111111111I THE JINXAnnouncement I of iI' ,".. mail lo-Y-1-11, t.. .,..1",,"" ,-. --. .... 0".Id.V._. a..n. I""; i.iTrti t
QUICK SALE liyUlS LOW. FEMA aoed... I.".. ..fth .... loop'. ..... itsjob. LIT NmPvgit"
.... .
I or unfurnished All conven WANTEDuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ''be .....'. ........, H. 1'.... 4_.. ., ..it". I 1
.... =
ERR JR. BOX VI OR CALL I iences, Suitable for residence I ,I ... .01 had. ..... ....., ...b A. skill, him 10'10... UNION and stworl, Yb_. I
.h.1I I f- .. .h.nd. bk ..
H'. I .. or I ._ 10 ,
L All 1 -
tf or rooming house. Rent $100.00 HELP WANTED: Middle aged I ....,.b..... ....11.. ....., d .....,"..t... '= Tooosm,..,. ,44I.M._N._..__ .llo. _lotfttdo .... AN ANIORIVO
per month woman fanled te PON, I., view ...-.- --...,. .., M.04' -
FOR Sit, ; BUNqALOVV ON 2 I unfurnished See manage hit in bid. It. ".rwiJo, d_..., A. 6. 11.Arleft&!
... .,
is'Fl. J .. _
Carl Bess. Machine. : ,
popcorn _
OR MORE: LATS. FRUIT Victory Arcade tf Apply Lyric n1l "Iter Of th sione "it hidden .. In jlft
-- Theatre 1 March 13 be d I :.. : :: I-aGAL. 0 Vassals?
$!1,64 00. FOR .
flC CHARLES RENT: : Store building next -.- thAN we $a be ...... '1.. '
CONRAD SAL tNO SHORES le Victory Hotel HELP ---I AT Pon speolif aspial v...., T, I. ..Lon.. I....... N... NOTIC .to
on FlaglerAre. WAITED SODA rou'lot. _....
. : Well :9CE 61jPI
bitat" loplartso1016 I. .. ... ... FN
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4e Formerly occupied by FOUNTAIN! STUART DRUG After five ye.r'J I have resigned as Manager of Pow.11,01.8 4 1. special werithimottem' 1Etlt /. a GIVIX

REAL ESTATE ||)R SALE* Hobe- Raines Feed Store. 15000 per CORP. APPVT IMMEDIATE. Stuart Feed Store in order -b, P Lionel.IN Ohio. of ,$had soots : ?: : .n, "W"I -, -"
to into business : : 1.411mardil
go for
Sound FiWeral Highway tnonlh See, Carl Bess Victory LY \ tf self m, IN .16 intill be borehle to quefin, ..._n. ...... .. .r't:
0 C.
frontage $5 |o $9 per front Arcade. tf fill IIHIIIHIIIIIIII.VIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, and at this time wish to thank the public and my Ise OR selleve.THE Upon No 0 Ill ,m S. this ..Prot.It. ..100'. ol-eftsed.b. ..soennavel and-. Co. spewraonesoTimarmolo
6 .14 .. .
foot, 11I1 HI I III III 1111 Ills 111111I11 1111111111I11111I,, WANTEDTO RENT many friends for past petionand via- -as be you 111o 1-16m, a slaimehis. 00 bow"
averarf depth approx to slat that (Or I @.no pjftgh- 'him hee our, "h'. "it .. ,_ .. ,be

.quarter mild. Terms II percent WANTED1111111111111111I111111I11111111I1111I11I11I111I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII\IIMIIIIII||| |
cash If, per cent annual'ly WANTED: to rent\ear around venture wbich will be ill" 24 see Aware ild by it efflas, at ..... .d.. slistriled. Mr..d. if& bull motwork

: interest I per cent en de. WANTED; : 22 Calibre repeating I-IIed.room house tn or near vs. .4f blhis to I Lima abid. fled v..that. ..1 the.- ot .;a-heower N.... Lit-it so Partoom As in $alolwe

'/erred paynfents. For security Model Rifle. Dram action. I Stuart See J. r. *Clung al He a of LOW most w ie. fair wasige -.b..ho N-0 le"t tried sued. ....UIf ban hows
ot IpeculaRan, well located Brine to boat' "Belgrm" City McClung's I Se to $1 tf Store. FREIGHT DE Ali- over .I &We.must propmelL of bid II.ba.,.....tybd.... ." '... Now.Ia&ad In. **..she

suburban dfreafe I Is the prime Dock. It i I March (13. ERY SERVICE_ bLda.Iwbt ill Alit'lift t .1.It,. I In sorlieths .leads. 1.I. 0. MAY,

Investment Improved roads llimilMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHHIIIIIIIIILOST STATE Tho Ea. H." .he ewine 6
I& WANTED Position; for an ROAD DSP TUNNI .r O-Owm Walsh 1I.1l A
high elderly YR AT&leorrica
automobiles, OF FLORIDA a at
mfraie A FOUND all, Also, ,__ Belgian

every moff-rn convenience for. 1.1:14: Honest and reliable. lllHilllllnipMlliMi| >.|M....... l"mm CARETAKING Atf> LAr tSCAPlNCi SERVICE P. AL asylums.colovemerovip. chair 100 asses II, : I. T... lots Lot.&I or..a-....

country fomes will cans an employment Write Box LOSTi ladles gold watch: elosed 5 I di.m., II .. oJ _.. II..... L

Modus fAim crowded, eon- 183, Stuart. It ease. Elgin works. valued as Yen are "'i Coni adwel of. To AIF

,i Jested r country, ; -"- ----- keepsake I Reward. Return to Look For Monf 8weden colts.. lied me Ia..h Go". .and. Mss. AM9
swall'torns: WANTED) GolI equipment and Complete Announcement Soon her fore' estimed NOTIC
Peen I Giv KIT
"WiT;:i1: I: A. IX
Today will cost furniture Celia M. Atwood, Hi South gold." '"r.:: :::- less.
for club b..... Canlasell .
... .. jadvel,
lest thai a city lot. Given anepportulitr : Camden Stuart. It \ ..... .... "a.. d., me
Martin mention
County Golf and
me 01 1043,

- "rather A a .member your lOa of the would.-H Country Club. tf The two tallest 1 tree--*-In- Britain- ,KENNETH "STIMMELL Growing timber U a profitable I ..:.:.:.I.. A. ,"<7. ; ': No 66 Ilin:l b aICause

Club thin be a drug store cowboy WANTED) Roof repairing and Ire laid to be. Douglas fir business. I I f'I\CUIT' ouaT IIA meuln

Brlr J. Cariberg Bewails house painting! Gee Leeman In Castle Rock. YVelchpoot and Phone Cluell' elm. (10'4'1" ",: I'O 9 XROV, 1,
414 y
jTelait IfBien Beach Florida. P. O. Box 1333. Phone 1137., a Silver Fir In Scotland, each of Stuart, Florida Florida Jed all other states In e. MA&P.. OAIR rr! aft Was eilIldw!: 6 step

i. (f Monk I, 11: tt, 17. which la 188 feet high total area burned by wood tins 4.410.....A.. r. Plal"INN oved, we
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In 1R48 outlines, 6
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We arc not Going Out of Business) We are vacating ,
yn, -r our preaent location a* the building hat been t 1 1t
r'p' l leaaed by another firm. } )

We will be back in full awing again around th. J M
firs of June in our,new location in the .(


',i, i v In the meantime we will carry on through our i
Firestone Service Station,located on the Old D ::ie y 7 +
l / Highway. We will thank you for your continuedpatronage. '

II e (EXCEPT Mr Rue and Mr. Campbell will be on hand to 'i t J .
tcrve you at our temporary headquarter Thank d !


We are vacating our present location around April Ist.: In order to move as much of our merchandise as possible before that date we are offering ,'1
N' OTICE I these Sweeping Reductions. To make it easy for you in Selecting:and Paying for a Large Purchase you may use our BUDGET PLAN'on all purchases "
of $15.00 or over. See Me For Easy Terms CHAS. H. RUE, Mgr. i ,J )


SEALED BEAM KITS -- -- -..: 4 Absolutely Free i'I; '
\: I
Regular Price 4.95 to &95 A }
.. $350 e Hack Saws
Fits Fords Chevrolets I'lymoulbs.p..
Heavy Duty Sturdy. FIREST'ONE, AIR CHIEF 1
.AND.... Steel Frame Adjustable
For 8" 10" 8-TUBE AUTO RADIO

T6. ;' SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS 12" Blade- ? Complete with instrument panel kit, automatic volume I ,I 1 i

Can be mounted. en aide,of radiator. .on$759 $1.98 control, etc._Retail. ._!_.value $63.70. ______ .. i !r 1rl.
.,, lenders, Chrome ring. I
: adult resident of Martin
R ,. Price $2.75 Any County u eligible to come in and regiaterttf
Regular Price Per Pair 10.45 e win thia grand prize. No ttringi You don't have to buy anything or pay ,
I anything to win but the lucky person should be in our tore at 8 p. m. '
50l IB11BSI'AItK Pedal Pad Tube Repair Swedi.l Type Saturday. night, April 29.

rL C3 K'ts 19 Buc$2
19; pr.IGNITION .s ;
Reg; 18Tooth10" Blade FREE !

Price : 1i a Cable rn.AS 30% HACK AW BLADES, doz.... Oc SETS jJ'
Set crc c.r. I
Reg.25 )
59c 4 PackageBURPCI'S > I 4J1'FIRSTAID '
--- Ripping i

j R HAMMER,Reg. 1.49 ....../. .$ t 30% SUPER 5 }I Ih
26 GIANT f
KITS I s Plastic or od ., OFF ZINNIA SEEDS 'I,

SEAT COVERS WAXES POLISHES y SCREW IVERS .... ..off 20% J.rt Ark fw'll",CM.,In TWar + }

Ball Pain
Everything Carries A Large Diacount BOOKS BOOKS'!
HAMMER, ., 89c ...69c <) l.j

USE LJJflL1iF1 BUDGET PLAN VICES: ATCHETS /Ihn.lzee Fireatone Offers A Carefully) Selected List of "Beit ', ,::r \,

r N .PLANES 9 lD4/&A'-- Seller _.Romance, Fiction. .. .Western. .. Mysteries.
"- .
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: -r, 14' .--- ., _..4"". i BARGAINSON I 'Adventure Etc* :!

\ =:MACHINE AND slluTio i VALUES .
BOLTS CARRIAGE lr;ek A.lk.r. A. Special
.. .
ElUnr tS. CariMT Sale 39'

SCREWS R. ,H. or F. H. BRIGHT or BRASS DeLuxe Quality AUTO P..H Sixli 'o.P: Bahff Price ;

50%'OFF ON ALL THE ABOVE, y 0 OSE REEL \ SEAT CUSHIONS ------- \ ::: r

FulfllOO foot Capacity Leatherette EXTRA SPECIAL I ,I z''
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Reg. ice Assorted Plaid ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER Id
a $ 49 !
SPECIAL I =6.85 tJ
; Straight or Wedge Type ELECTRIC FENCECONTROLLERS !'f
$4 98 '

Reg: $1795 VALUES ;I

Impervious To Heat .Sun Acids. Moisture -Salt Air. v ,
$6.7s BARGAINS I i If
Cannot Corrode. 1, 'Lawn and Garden : "if 1>:
STOVE PADS Heat and Acid-re.iU-
28" .30". .32" 36" Widths ?...... ... ......... ..._. f 851 ''j:
Price I
Outboa Motor ant- 18 :x I 20.: Regular $1 19
L .Ft' SuppliesSHOVELL.H.$1.65
6 Pins to STAINLESS STEEL Kitchen Tool } f ,
D..Jo//,'A JO4illut..I,F rVinr omBeeuhAel. Flak Pr.ssev.s, Envelope. -- Spatulaa Ladles Turnera etc. etc. 75 1 I t r
v11_ .a1 Regular Price $1.00 "m' m' .... ."._.."..

69. naay- ....39, r .... Rp.29e Athletic 5 DOOR MAT a' a "
I I) CHROME UquldCAR Supporter, SPADE S.H., $1.65 $135 1 he.M''I'C' .
I' POLISH Reg. 69c s Link Rubber Reg $1.69..- .. ,
I h
29c CULTIVATOR.$1.59 '
". 1' 29c -ALL, FISHING LURES,.,-off 30% DOOR MATS; 9525'
D1 ti ...,.. [s.,. b1trsastsm. .sbts7. \ Black Rubber. Re,. $1.19 /
"" .1. ae wlU lnl efMi. ot..t.aL.IAKtaw>r..rt- HOSE WASHER 6c
=,:-;.Lwy. =1B" .brick<< .Woo1*.et: .t h.H lf. !al 4af.l. Oe.. w- W CASTING RODS 'r'" .._....off f 30% II TO THE CLIP I, w
, .o., ..was.. fiB" : aa44afwy slay I. ,

S FTBA LBATS..98c HAND WEEDER 35c Aluminum CLOTHESPINS-Sturdy. Pkg ...., ....." t.e i '
On All China h and Glass Ware---Such As. Wright do Ditaona'' \ LONG HANDLED }io f, ly

2 5. off Glasses Bowls Sets of 32 and 94 pcs. GOLF BAtLS. Reg. :: :. :Jij NOZZLES.40c COVERS= 58i ti l

.'". ,:;;;: ALL MAM Ironing Stretch Board on Type.-Large.Reg. 79c: ... "m... S


i 1Onl WHILE'BABY THEY' BUGGY LAST$26. 5 \,CQLEMAN'SHOME" ; ,. .'" "$ $I t'I, t, 30% Off' .. r

Only-2! *- y Z Horsepower ALUMINUMKITCHEN

,.DeLuxe$75':49': : -1;' PH'ONE- STUART,' FL'ORIDAOSCEOLA WARE,

Regular $09.9* .147 ,, '.

'Please l 'Note-Thai.: ::All.' Merchandise' ,',In:Store,.and:Not:Listed.Above Carries Reductions

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Published every Thursday at Miami when the Florida book Stuart, Martin County, Florida, LAST SATURDAY down at The most interesting Tone
s by Stuart Dally New Inc, a Outdoor Writers were entertained in high style by Grover] ,Malaya" by a man who was /for many yean Assistant Director iii

Florida corporation Theta and the Miami Boat Show I got a chance to renewa dens, Straits Settlement, TWO headquarters .hi Singapore, 'TIE o

I Entered a< second-class mall j lot of old acquaintances and to see the newest In marine name is E. J J. H, Corner Mi book consist of two Volume .16

,.I matter at the post office!\ at jI. progress. The IS47' show is the finest ever produced in comprising WKI page of text with 259 drawings of distingiusW; ,

; Stuart, Florida, under the Acts :I.I I. Florida, and the most successful.! Some 2,000 visitors were I totes of certain tree and the second volume consisting entire1 III

;j' r 0( March .,-18711., I present Saturday to view the. boating exhibits-and my ,page photographs of Malayan trees<< Although written by *

tl l' A .FREE,PRESS r 34 YEARS OF SERVICE only regret was that Stuart and Martin County were not'1'this book Is in the language of the layman and its deAOxiphoto

properly represented at this show I certainly ftrge everyone (fascinating. Too bad other botanist cannot express the nrlntl
I' and fli. 8lmt Olllr, HnraU ... it 444""wt Sf Av 4UFRka 'hA ever interested in modern boats to down and get in | better. nd them
.. MAN. go understand enjoy morel!
.> .>. .. ..'" Ti..... the taws .... nec. AMt A004111 ae A K % |folks can
f i I'r r t A FREE PEOPLE moor!, and publl.hH'the tun ta SII..K.MixuaiM April, withshirk II.III S '055T5a 5044IMVE LUMeFR OWN Mat ve TI4,50W, eo.e0 E'T..%Fell$ ANC0NT 00, SAWvaa.etia"w.M AMFING'r touch! with what is going.e on.e ,, ..., Corner' book has been virtually! a bibU.for me- In wx 14 J Jtropknl
Tb. Tim.wa@ *MM>:| tet 4 wHk 10 ,000,00 RA6a FN% R00M NOUOrl. trees because a good many of Ibo things I* talks| .1101II
.I it L Ilir Tile few "Mir" N... t t.waM struck by the big
I .a fotifidrd. October II. JBIk Joe mk. BUT MORT THAN THAT even nccaiHinully here, because the descriptions of oilier. I tm ar
I, .Altf' w.w. tot m.rl, .. the by this section. We
+... N ... 1I"lk! I'Iotlq N Do.oIo.... II publicity opportunity' neglected vivid and imdmhmdalile, and became tree-reUdomhips are
-- .-- -- missed the boat on a chance to tell boating-minded INI! In a way that H easy to gra -
''''.1<1 \ Mr.NNfN "' . .. ... ...,,....... 0..1 ........ J people about the marvelous' Martin County waterways when I sure the lout of the
f ..' : r YltN. ... .._' ..... ... .. ,.._........ .... ._.Mvtrtlflnt. MIIU... n.' v FORESTS "', the Stuart-Fort Myers Crow-Florida canal, our the war, was Jipnnrw |bact
striven from Slngajxire, I wrote Mr. Corner, told him IIOMJ> I 11 It1VftI
: west mace accomodations at Stuart Salerno and Jensen Beach
r SUBSCRIPTION RATES v' ; freak asked him where\ I could buy more for friends lit
+ de,__M.l1' t'.. ,.........."....... "", /AAA Y.o y........_....._.,..._._........... to 00 et4 t1Ao sVWU for marine overhauling, and! our fishing which t am ,now), i lent him a few South American tree my seeds,., asked yet(hbtend ,

,1na now .,.to......_.....say.n .bNeaonabl.71.a4r.rt"em.nt/ m.n.a.nnsnt _.._I th eekbt RESEA/Ide/ r'ORCS1 it Comm PRQOUC s SAMFRXAT IN? W AND AMFaK/1 THseDUmis /, convinced where in Florida.nan no partilk'l -much less superior-any print' me seeds of a lot of Malayan" tree of which I had Urwd,,

b. A..scasud P.wm 10 .1..1'. ..surd. .., the ... fur ....kll..Io. .f.D MWI M WME141Mt ARMY NEEDEDA SMAV USAMAat, e'' book ((1l1l'nl, him a list al king as )your arm), six] asked him alai"
-- MAP PAPER 1NA1 0W0 N01 16M e45N 1140 d1ATe ,VA"114WOW. I received from him this
!MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS We P'ea Miie4: p6YrSOPEp RcOflesTATi0NNMJW455.5110 WHEN THE 1948 Miami Boat Show Is held I would war expr-rioiicci" Recently most inim, ,
i 1 rAPFR 1+465 'MAY ew n, AMT far 101.6 Neat TSEES &AY1 YEAR O AMnf like to see .a booth or section devoted to the marine op. \(
','I ol oaotoaos====oClo oac oas. we r514MT wit'IN WPVK.sieve.S7AIn portunities' of Martin County By that. time our new steel Dear \Ir. MennhigfttI !
-- ----" 01
I boat firm will be going great and should certainly
Worthy of Meditation be represented by an exhibit Stuart Marine Service, I hash:just' tweived your. letter! sent on, U> me from Singslvsa' ,

oeo.O p.==OClO ==oaor =5t OUR GAME AND FISH! Toley's Boat Yard, Salerno, and Jackson's Marine Storageat is k Very INK! k.t"'". indeed, such ai makes one, glad to Iw ulw'ku I
til a war "well I it, draigimiUe cnnwquencet! But It give net
t There ii no room in the modern world for easy indiffer"ence.to By Ralph f n, Cooksey Jensen Beach should be represented.'' There should bitpholollraphs pleasure III think, that my 1 look .has loon nf use In townie partxln Pl
the world's needs we are all our "brother President| Florida Wildlife FederationWithout of the Martin county' sailfish fleet' and an invaluable Hw .
would. It was during ) 'ip anew ocnipaUiu of MiU
Sailfish diorama of waterways
exhibit by Stuart Club. A our *
keeper. Only by translating this truth into terms of daily if would be I Iwcanse' it identified. me 11 a botanist ant a spy, III the Japes
any thought ( the morrow we have been made by Martin County high school kids
lift Can we' hope to establish true t sck'iillsts In general Thus I was able to get a few '.
understanding betweenmen negligent in caring for our game and our fish, both of outstanding attraction in our "section, -and it would be goaded
and nations and make the world more worthy of which we had in abundance/ a few years ago a swell place to distribute Stuart Wishing Guides. *.k.nllsli" to help l| In saving our Botanical' Gardens. ; Museum' oj .

all the sacrifice that twice in a generation hi been pent Through the influx of people from every Section of .. .e hixro vies and m on; which would rthnrwlso; have been domv. (J
t ami kinting But, now, the new in""
to save it. cur country, the commercial activity; the lifting of certain IN MY OPINION we should begin planning right have gilitosry\ occupation for science.,f Our former' Cardcna )Oi psrlm of ,
!! mi regard c'pt. Peraq
Lord Halifax restriction during the war because of food demand ; the now to participate in this type of activity. We have has Ivan broken The Waterfall,, Gardens In p.,
-- thoughtlessness and the carelessness of sportsmen' ; the only begin to publicize Martin county. For instance, Sniginore up
:( T---- '" I utter disregard of law and the destruction ana have!! Into put under an agricultural officer.( The BotniKal i
DO WE REALLY NEED by poachersand this coming June some 700 fishing hunting '
netterx, we find our supply of /game and fish running WI item from all over the United States are converging in Singapore, am now regarded. ai t municipal park and an II(1pt() IL
J'or 10 12 the I of a heal cnlkgr!! So decline t III return in M ulnuud Rixl | '.
or years: Old Dixie highway!! section very low some of which dangerously low. Without on St. Petersburg the annual convention of the .
l Result< (lie. Q, ,niltl Office find it ''nven C'lIt to retire me 'm ;ill hr.,
mtuart> has attempted to woo bark the traffic> last when realizing( that natural lawn will not compensate for des Outdoor Writers Association of America We should !
the. federal highway looped around the town via Frazier truction and waste, worm have been startled at the real have a Martin county fishing! and hunting display! at ,_ Not now wailing to bent if I may lie/ ajtiMNiited, ai Principal!T,

t cheek bridge and the Bexsey Addition condition and at last are awake/ to the need for action that convention. Other communities will take advantage t S'k'nlific' OffK'er for Latin Arnl'rica'undor UNESCO. It 1I'I'I1t11l1l'\\
along( conservation lines of these opportunities. Let's wake up\ and do lard mi I Impe to come $fa your .part of the world alai ai mv ncimwt
I Enough< committee meetings have been held! stillall We must now replenish and properly care for our it, too. I \ from Virginia, perhiipi. we may tie aide to visit you !In tit

: '' being held to write anew: the cnmttitutionx of all game and fish and provide for a normal Increase, No time 0 .e t 1m distant' future Tims fur my plated And! now for y 1"1'' rrqiHtI

I, the t 11o.civilized and still nations, not to mention a lodge manual 01 I tmwPbe lout in protecting what we have left, if we earnestly THE FLORIDA Outdoor Writers is the State branchof I 1 have' .will your seed W to the pcnnn-ln-charge! at the Sing. '
I our goal of we"diverting appear to the just traffic about ax far from securing I desire to again have the abundant supply this state the OW AA. The boys were either kind enough or mi- /DolaiiK Cank"ns and I Maps lie will be able to tend them 'to yon.U

\\'*>'e when we started. through( town" an we had but a few years ago.!! led by good intentions this' year to name me president will aim he grateful! fox the seeds of TuMiuit, which WHI wit!

Which GAME" Many of us can look back a few years and and our Saturday session developed some of the projects Regarding( tIle copies of "Wayidn Trees of "Miiljya.. |tiros"" _
that" bring up the thought : "Do we really want I see the large\ herds of doer roaming the wood (andw we .are going to put across in Florida. You'll read about oily aUnit, 9)) Ct'l|,irs k>ft, which are In the Botanical. CjrcliiM"" i it I Sqapirn
traffic? Are
ve really bt'inloKmllrt\ or are we blund hat a sin ht to behold) coveys of quail not only plentiful them in another story in today's paper. This column will ; liny were a government pnblication, m I am ,nut herb
half ering?"ahead! into/ a traffic mew which will rut our town In I In the woods, but many within our fields and our back be about some of the personalities in the organization'sranks. : |pace" of them I suggest!!! that you write to the Oiknil.il, toss

yards; doves by the droves; wild turkey in the greatest Skogallo| ire and] ask for the cop f'l. Smli requrMs' may stimulate. i KIHK
Other towns which have highway traffic through i abundance; squirrel and other kind of game only a short e e edition, I wish! 1 was able to help you further, but I luviln

4t" their centers are tearing their hair trying to re-route the distance from our homes, and sometimes become pests. THERE'S BILL ACKERMAN for'instance former !'deceived over the whole businexs.I ", '
southbound motorists away from their business! Hectiorm FISH The fresh water lakes, creeks, streams and I am indued baking forward to the copy: of your "SfioiV
the Post who is .
fishing editor of Washington now
They: have found that benefits are few and hazards rivers were teeming with.bass, speckled perch and bream.
great salt editor of the "Outdoors." Bill Ornamental Trees for Snilh FkirKla", and I am "hoping it will in
water magazine
when main highways go through\ cities I And our alligators did a good job of keeping! predators out is old hand believe it not and before, I may leave for Brazil. We are at one id our love of snfknvering

The Old Dixie i is our main street! It should, by all of the way, too, for such was their daily food supply, The an to Stuart vote here in, 1912. He or retired, from was Wash.registered or stately. or Beautiful /and if it Comes: into my pnm

means, be widened and improved At least three buildings !- indiscriminate killing; of "gastors" has interferred with to Florida few and told "Ernie travel over tropical South America 'as I haw dome in. the halt,
ington a me: ,
along it should be condemned. by the city to make natural laws and the par and other predators have greatly know it me the years biggest ago kick in the world to n'glim( ;tlien tree! still seed Wild arboretums will lie s fun'nmtt (numjixl '
1 that widening possible Major benefits increased in numbers to feed on our small fry and fish you gives '
would accrue from be regarded Florida I used to squid I limk lorward to nwoeHnyntl/( one day 'in Fluids.Please .
as a new-comer.
r'' improvement at a city business street, and that improvement Nature put the alligator here for a purpose, and we are and net-fmh off Stuart and Fort Pierce 35 years ago.I forgive tills long band.written letter I lave no h

automatically would make it easy for the highway just now finding it 'out, fished Lake Okeechobee Arid the Ten Thousand writer nnw' "'"- ID' fact nothing but my wife and child nmnnwcamer4 '

tourist who Jeett; atop at Stuart to drive into our Salt water fish were also plentiful, and thin' included Islands Region of.the West Coast when that was the ; leufific work and loots for bkilogr, ),. We. have wen ewithlpg
town. We w benefits i without.. the oysters clams crabs, crawfish and shrimp. Our ,bays < ,
disadvantage Wildest country bn earth. Bill has a fond spot in his else l :dt'SI/'Oyed/ l )IV}looting\* of J
heavy traffic flow bayous, passages, waterways and canals were bountifulin
S urn ynur'wxxl list and label to and I Iw
heart for Stuart and Martin county and I am going Improve the Old Dixie yes but let's do a little long- fish of many varieties for sport, for food and commercial to try to get himand Frances.Stann of the Washington wall.. INTO ynn, will g>4 line uf our Mulayan fkiMwruig tretp" mtf
needs. Here
term thinking before we funnel the "U. S. en routetoMiarm' too, we are beginning to see our thoughtlessness niiMitli' JOIKT
Star, )low in Florida up here for a weekend'ssailfishing e
u through our business district. and the destruction that has gone on. ( wilL thanks for lliid \ .4
POLLUTION A with myself and l Legal Eagle Harry Dyerof again( many' your: 'UcryVourt i.
great menace for the pollution *
'-- the \ Club. sincerely,
THE ROTARY IDEA of our lakes, streams, bays, and waterways has also played Sailfish e .e e P, J: II 'CORNE1T.liM ''
its part in both destroying and driving fish from
(Sanford Herald) feeding and breeding( grounds. With our growth and THE FLORIDA WRITERS group ,is a hete'rogenous EIIIwIHI..' !, Burton Kllli, Cnmplimlge JH7.( ;

The death recently of a 78-jear old Chicago lawyer, rapid development commercially and otherwise, pollution mixture. Some of us write, some of us take pictures ,of' Feb 1 .eAt

tf F..ul P. Harris, was observed in many countries This has become a growing menace, not only to fish life and wildlife and some are experts in the boating field_like rfV
+ soon ai IIi 1 letter cattle I sent to Singapore for as many
el but from health Commodore Mansfield, well known and liked by all members
man, inviting few game a too.
a friends to his house 42 standpoint,
farted years ago!! of Stuart Coast Guard Auxiliary. lie was accepted remaining' copies of his hook'" as the authorities there will l kt !f 10.I f
[ Rotary International
which -- --
now numbers 5,500 --- I hope to have some of them. by mid summer u of my f M
t' clubs in 75 countries and a quarter of a million members. o.O G o T= =O a Or-01470'OClO Into honorary membership Saturday.-and I've heard a many
have l ijj( ceanlied: for th lII. And I have written Mr CwwHT
Hr. Harris' lot of nice things said about human beings but none finer
first club was formed
loneliness. The name came fro mthe fact to offset that members big city WITH THE OTHER EDITORS than the tributes paid the Commodore. I asking him hi come hi FlornU for a visit. E Alt

k met at each other' homes in those early years. Rotary =::IocO====OCOclOClOC:: ::==OIlOa:::: e i -,

l n< w has become a luncheon club and educational fortim POULTRY IN THE CITY I'D HEARD a lot about Homer Rhodes, former game

I and' an organization for philanthropic purposes, largely! (BradeMon Herald) warden down Miami way, so it was a real pleasure to Dear Mr.
"i ,hp< cause of crippled children-a special interest of get acquainted with him and to talk with him about Mrnnlnger:

., )M. Terns! In small communities particularly Rotary City council is considering an ordinance which would his outstanding hobby, the photographing\ of Florida's Thank you for letting me see Corner's letter' I got one (from I M

''i h" main' springboard for charitable and civic un. limit the size of a flock of poultry which a householder bird life.flle' has achieved the distinction of havinga a few days ago explaining why he had not written of his P""I".d" | l"1

rtrkfngs.l< could have in his back yard here. It i IK suggested! that the number of his bird photos accepted by National to America last summer. It seems the fellow had l>eenuv\ *!'

There are all kinds of civic clubs in the world today. limit be 12 hens and roosters barred. Geographic for publication, and to do that you've tough time with the British Officials who)poor insisted on retiring. him&"

But there were Dot) many when Mr. Harris started his We have an old ordinance which forbids keeping a got to be good Ins buigurxire job! and hesitated to write about it while las A*'!;
Organizations like Rotary survive when they are founded crowing rooster, Any rooster more than four months old 0 e so uncertain: '

for a sound reason and fulfill a real need. will crow. And roosters crow all over the town. ERL. ROMAN dean of Florida's outdoor editors, : I do not know anything aloud this UNESCO/ fositu

I The ordinance went into discard during the war, when and now Florida's first professor of ichthyology, told us Imsl flare. is permanency In it for Comer Is too good man to be I"1"

|WE ACCEPT THE SUPER TATE i chickens the federal to government relieve the urged people everywhere* to raise about his experiences teaching the art of fishing. huntingand about. I hope very much that he will get down here whewwe w.
meat ihortage. woodcraft to Miami University students and I him. his short Wand
s was horticulture is sane!
(Industrial News Review) ;Poultry] should,not be allowed in the residential sec particularly interested in' his explanation of finer points I think he should paper be where. tnmfcal his enthusiasm would very make **..

An economic change is taking place in the Pacific tion save under careful restrictions; and one restriction of his hobby of hunting big game fish with a camera, Erl where he cold, have an Intelligent audience. I have always !*
Northwest area of the United States of which should be and it is in the proposed ordinance that .
com para. has produced.some of the most outstanding pictures of Ien. .itp4 m such statknis at he talks alKtut had hand in tlie one a"
r tively few people are aware Under the guise of correctIng the chicken run and house be kept in sanitary condition. leaping'sailfish and marlin ever taken. Panama Zone (Barro Coldraclo ; a ,
( Lane
Cahm )
financial Laboratory In
abuses in the eelctrio power industry, a Dirty poultry yards are breeders of flies e J
t school of politicians with tlHirmighly agree with Comer that the eyes of our young HJJ
strong leanings toward social
ism started over a decade "ago to bluld DO WE WANT ASSEMBLY-LINE MEDici r THE LIST is long and space begins to run out, but title men must he opened to the vast resources of, the tropn*
{ plants for the alleged of governmentpower The not before introducing the versatile and aggressive' Fairchild Garden is trying to interest a wider' public each year i,*
purpose furnishing yardsticks Congressional Retord recently carried the reprint executive director of Rube think in educational '
our group, Allyn, fishing value is considerable With the growth
wherewith !
i yardstick could to measure be stretched rates of private companies. The ] ment of and a speech Medicine by a physician"on the subject "Govern editor of the St. Petersburg Times, who is practically cnllectkms. and the growth of the University student\ body there *
or shortened to desired Don't Mix, which
any was at '
single-handedly the St. come I hope a: (future
master-minding Pete Con study
length because the government plants granted i the request of I use of It and I would say a closer
were tax Representative Chiperfield of
Illinois. The '
subsidies and tax exemptions not accorded competing elec speech emphasized that vention of the OWAA-which to my mind is the ,cnhhntSuboet" visitors' look at an Avenger!: ucchariftro. stumble e*
government of
regimentation "
tric companies the medical profession would master stroke of publicity for Florida in 1947. Rube is name, say. Oil, yes, that's the sugar palm, tat fir and pass 01111

i That the plan worked, has now been demonstrated two developments which would Inevitably be extremely result unfavorable in at least 0 a power-house for. the. West Coast and the State At ,next. How few consider that they are looking at a "tit*' which f

4 The State of Tennessee has a tax-subsidized public both to the doctor and the patient. large and if there are any gold cups tossed around daces. many times as much sugar where iMa grown than all the <"P
for doing Florida the most good In '47 the maples In the world #'
monopoly. Lesser sections i are similarly I affeceted First the practice of medicine would be dominated by biggest one The superficial Merest prevails. They
I should have his much 'in the *
And witness name engraved upon it. habit of hurrying on The only who showed s
now the Pacific Northwest All the lay people, such as Mocial-servlce workers with great en. man
private power companies and the big municipal plants in thusiasm for "reform" but little medical knowledge I 0 Interest In this palm when,1 potitod U. out to him was theCharles f|

Tacoma and Seattle have been brought to their knees For I Bureaucrats of this character would largely control and : SALTY' MALLANTS the only Belgian Cracker jn the Kettering. I told him tins black fibers! were mud for ""*'

q. 10 years, -due to the government' power development program dictate to the doctor and It Isn't difficult to forecast what world, and grand friend of Stuart, Allen Corson, jr., who temple and luted 50 year "WelB Well.- Ka laid, "at lDal 'Y"

at Boiuivile( and Grand Coulee' Independent power that would do to medical standards. had casually landed seven.boneflsh the night before, Don vegetable plastic that.fungi cannot attack u they do ordinary ceB'H'

expansion has been practically stopped, as highly taxed Second, if the government ia to be the Arbiter in all McCarthy than which the Rod & Reel Club just ain't, But this rainy morning I must write something for. till!. *

electric companies could hardly hope to compete with matters of public health, it would certainly establish free and another eoupla dozen guys off the beam on' fishing, meeting of the F.T.C. Association J

tax-exempt government power plants into which hundreds dispensaries which has been done in all countries where boating and what-have-you were there, including a skinny I am glad you suffered so little from the cold up, there *J
"' ""'"',1na of dollars of taxpayers' funds weer being medicine has been partially or wholly socialized. 'The guy from Stuart who went around monotonously repeat tomellRe baa taken' holography' allowing' what pnw l

{lumped( doctor would be forced to treat a certain number of pat ing "You say the fishing1 bum? We caught 128 sailfish and which were hardy Sq may F<<' aerJTto thfck It saes I"

.: today we have the spectacle of ar apidly growing i lents, whether he could give each one adequate time or out of St. Lucie Inlet last week," E.L, oonceal the facts about their. particular spot about Us tempo*]

Federal power monopoly changing independent eelctric not. In Germany, pnior to,the war, under government ditrin ? of these, freezes I made aIbwa < a hundred !c3l
systems into mere agencies to distribute public power medicine doctors were expected to handle 60 to 100 pati- Sh.-t;: ; | the l old '$** Aw. Gsrden after die fnn of }917 and .I
until such time as the public agencies deem it advisable ,I ents daily. What that meant was that treatment had to a dumb girl if ah turns a deaf ear to blind mighty, Interesting..But I milrt atop.A* always.s

to go into the distribution business themselves. '[' be standardized. and real individual attention became date.-Vero Beach Press-Journal.\ Very

Congress is asked for new millions in appropriationseach virtually impossible. Do Americans want assembly-line ttacarely.DAVID,FAIROHLR
year by the Federal power bureaucracy to extend medicine? A Negro spinster of uncertain years decided at long "

this socialization program and thereby eliminate. American There are many other dangers-physical, economic, last t3Vah the church _the Baptist Church. FIve-yearHBld William had been taught that Sundtf

initiative in the power field Thus a new chapter is social-which are part and parcel of any kind of bureau., As the deacons plunged her Into the river.the first not a day for pia,. One Sunday sBomlngkls mother f n

j being written in American history. No matter how'you cratic control of medicine. Once we make the doctor theservant time she gasped "I believe" The second time she chatr him sailing his toy boat III the batMub

gild it, it i fa piecemeal acceptance of the Russian and German of the state, we place a barrier in the way of r tered, "I believe." A third time, gulping for air;' she- ;William" she laid, "don't you know !V" wIckedsa
philosophy of the superiority of the state over the progress We raise the political/ appointee to power. Then 1 sputtered "I believe. One of the elders interposed : boats on T* -

individual ao4 that is not the basis en which either ourgoveruuat the standards of medical practice can nove ia only one ..believe what\ mater?" She eyed him savagelyj believe: "You "Dot' fet trip Mother he replied calmly

.r industrial structure was founded. clirectian.-lewi. you stlnkeri are, trying to drown me," :!ne:'}. jhia. U a"missionary! boat f1AOE '


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THE STUART, NEWS, 8TCART, Martin Scanty, Florida. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1M7. PAOE>L NINI- .. i
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OCIAL NEWS and HJJeniTlS of_ the WEEK IN STUART If I : ,,TILTON'S SUNDRIES :l :+, 1'1'I',, '




,. John M. uw, Jt. was MM. Herbert Dugan. Mr* Fred New officers were elected by executive board of the "Mn. Mike", among the new and Mn Hubert Clements 1 SODA FOpNTAIN I( ,. ;

si to the Presbyterian Choir Hall, Mn. Clarence Walker lira: Chapter P, PEO sisterhood,meetIng Oarden Club of Stuart met ?'rte books at the Martin ,County Library entertained Saturday eveningat SODAS ICE CRJKJ\ SANDWICHES !b. J r

Thursday evening at heron Price Trench Mrs C. A. Camel Monday evening with Mrt day morning at the home of Mrs. plant,"The seems Egg destined and I"to at sups the "Ideal a barbecue Acres Orove"ml ,their Their guests home NEWSPAPERSMAGAZINES: 'f' r I .

Drive.\ Various Mn. W. C Armor, Mrs. Charles Bert Keck on Akron Ave Mr*. L. A. Arbogast, with Mrs. L. X. ,) '
Riverside! top of the best seller list It were Mr, and Mrs. John M. Law Beacls'4 4 f '
Ethel Klckllter was chosen Ashley as co-hostesses. Following Mr. and Mrs. Ricou Bldg. Next to P, \ Jensen s 11}
president ,
cu for the coming year Jackson; JJrj., JT. Leon Taylor. has the same vividness, the sense jr. Carl Bridgesand r.,
following Mrs Phil ; Mrs. Ruby K Loy, vice the business session a covered of reality, and Is besides, a fun- son, Brooks, Mr, and Mrs ::1" (
!the Lents
discussed by was a guset president;'Mrs: Ruth Phllp recording dish luncheon was served to damentally wise and Just and Homer D. Hudson and daugttters, .;.\ 4 \
secretary; Mrs. TalleyM. .. C. A. Carriel, Mn. J. T. Bo all-round human story by Benedict Kay and Bonnie Sue, Mr. and ti
Crary, corresponding secretary tone, Mrs. Howard Neall, Mrs. J. and Nancy Freedman. It Mrs. Fred Nelvllng, Mrs. Clara WB HAVE ALL KINDS OF 1 ; ; I4., :;

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS : Miss Myrtle Dyer, treasurer Y. Harper, Mn. Curtis Whitaker, tells the story of Kathie, who at Rushing, Mr. and Mrs. Russell JELLY AND MARMALADESf. ; I !I:
Callahan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
IT goes from Boston to Canadato
Mrs. Charles Fischer, Mrs. E.: C. .
H lain; Mrs. Mary Louise Smith, Young Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs.H. love with and marry Sergeant ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sheri WE ALS SHIP FRUIT 'It':' 1 ,I
ATPLWTCE REPAIRS guard. The following representatives H. Thayer, Mrs. Oeorge Con- Mike of the Mountles. She goes dan and daughter Koble Kae, j :.:., ..rt J.Y.
to the Florida state convention rad, Mrs. Wlllaford R. Leach, with him to live In the snowy Bert,Jeanne, Mildred, and Cath- ANWVHI ,j ; 1,t
Free Pick- ftandl Delivery Service I were selected; first del- Mrs. L L. Decker, and Mrs. Don wilds near Hudson's Bay, where erine Clements. ... _. 'l ; i )

| egate: Mrs. Klckllter, with Mrs ald R. Incas.METHODIST her friends are Indian women Ed's Fruit Novelty Shop ; \ I 'I f
Olive and French half-breeds and MRS.LEACH TO ATTEND an 1. : .
[ Taylor as alternate; second .
;hristojmei\Electric\ ShopSOtceolaSt delegate: Mrs. Loy,with Mrs. GROUPS dogs and trappers. THREE FLOWER SHOWS GARLANiyroENFiELD, Owner .If '.. .. r,b,
HOLD JOINT MEETINGThe Other new books at the library Mrs. Wlllaford Ransom Leach. i) 'I l
I Amy Hoenshcl as alternate. Corner 2nAJK. At Federal Highway I
Include "The Dove FoundNo president of the Garden Clug
Mrs. Earl J. Rlcou Is rearing WSCS and the Wesleyan .
Phone 117-182-M
\ Rest", Stoll; "I Chose Free. of Stuart, left Tuesday for a 10- : I ,
president. During the Informal OUlld of the Methodist church di .
dom", Kravchenko; '"Modern day trip that will take her to ---- ----.U. : I' i
social hour members saw a seriesof met together Thursday eveningat Woman The Lost Sex", Lund- three flower shows Wednesday -
I sketches done by Mrs William the church for a covered dish berg and Farnham; "Deeper the she acted as Judge for the Winter Bath Room Tile and Tile ii; 1.,1: I '
Nye Martin of Clewiston. supper, with She OuUd In chargeof Heritage", Elwood; "East River", I Park flower:, show. .From Asphalt I : Ir,
Mrs. Keek's de- Asch "Forget Your Age", Stein- there, she flew to New York r i
daughter They also the program. Following ; i J.
I in various colors '
Also of Belgian Tile 1.1 1' '
SEND IT TO THE heard a report of a previous votions by Rev. W. O. Aldridgs, crohn; "The Quarry", Walker; where she Is at the Blltmore Supply I 'IIIe '
"Human Destiny", Du Nouy- Hotel, to attend the New York and 316lINSTALLATIO om ercial : .,
meeting when Mrs. Keck :read a Mrs Fred Walton and Mrs. Fred ; [ : l Ii
"The Plotters", Carlson '"The I a SALES .
LAUNDRPhone ; flower show Early next week
of written by Mrs. Joss the Guild u a ,
group poems sang song '
Sleeping Sphinx", Carr; "Webof Mrs. Leach will fly back to At- Tile Baths Drain Porches or ; :,y. \
Carrie Hoenshel mother of P. duet, accompanied by Mrs. H. H. V
Lucifer", Samuel; "Elsen lanta for the narcissus shows, Qua il. I d,
M. Hoenshel.Mrs4 Hansen. Mrs. H. H. Reeves and hower's Own Story of the War"; which will be {I
} set to music toss FORT PIERCE TIL /f CONSTRUCTION CO. :
287AND C. A. Cannel and Mrs. O. Mrs. Vernon Chason talkson i
gave "Then and Mow", Maughan; year While In Atlanta she will :
P, Thompson will entertain the the program subject "The "The Dark Wood", Weston; 'In be the guest of her son-in-law E. W 4:1 ;
chapter March 17 at their homeon Child and His Family". After the formation, Please Almanac", and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Hibiscus Road, when Dr. Car program; the two groups held Kieran; "The Left Hand Is A Arthur F. Rees, S19 W. Peach- P. O. Box 1181'CLARK'S- Phone 7S7 US N. 18lh St., Fist Pierce 4 ;jlt
rlel! will speak.Mrs. separate business sessions, Forty Dreamer"; Rosa. tree St. !

WE WILL PICK UP three members and guests were
ST. CATHERINE'S CIIAPTER Mr and Mrs. John W. Keller
Hupfel Plexner of Ithaca.N present. I
Y, who has Just graduated ELECTS OFFICERSSt. and children. Russell and Libby, !
YousVLfUndrjr, from Cornell University Law METHODIST WEBS Catherine's Chapter of the have moved Into their recently- PAINT SHOP ,
School, arrived Tuesday for ftmonth's CONTINUE BOOK STUDY Women's Auxiliary of St Mary's purchased home at 801 E. FifthSt. ; ,
SANITARjland Episcopal church elected officers after spending a few days
CLEAN, ECONOMICAL visit with her parents,
WSCS will hold
Mr. mud Mrs. Otto O. Hupfel In for the year Monday evening at with Mr. and Mrs Arthur Dehon. ? '
LAUNDRYSERVICES'EOPLE'S Palm City. Its regular meeting 'Tuesday, the home of Rev. Richard M The Kellers have come from We art prepared to haddle any type Job :
March 18, at 3:00: at the church' Fenton. Miss Alice Dehon will Greenwood. 8 C., to make their : fri
Mrs. J. J. Richards will continue serve as chairman; Mrs. Earl home In Stuart, where Keller AUTOMBBIfcC PAINTING 1
' LAUNDRY I'OW f0 fT 0CKREUff her study of Dr. Ralph, Sock-, Rlcou, vice-chairman; Mrs. T. E. will manage the GE shop In the LET US MAKE THEyLO CAR LOOK LIKE NEW I I 4 ,

f M PA/Nf man's book '"The Fine Art of Preston, secretary; Mrs. Stanley Dehon Building, NO JOB TOQ/&RCE OR TOO SMALL
CO MISERIES Using". Smith, treasurer. Others presentwere -e _
6fT NOW, Miss Myrtle Dyer, Mrs. Vera 'Mrs. L. A. Clark entertainedat Estimates SyCmitltd Without Obligation
Phone 287 I ; Homan, Mrs. Ted Chambers, Sunday dinner her niece, Mrs
+i m n .w. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Inner W, R. CLAMC, Proprietor
itlfAll / 1A5ATcw.w" 5 / Miss Matilda Fenton and guests, WHUanr King or Celveland, Mr.
u .,r u ow... of Beverly Hills, Cal. are Mrs. Jay Cherry and Mrs, William and Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy, and E. I "\ I {
house guests of Mrs. L. E. Ashley -
Wright. W. Clark II !
on Riverside Drive,. .
i LEACHES: ENTERTAINNEW Mrs. I. 8. Greenlees left Mon- ; "1
Elsie Marie Martin of Clewls-
I JERSEY VISITORS day for a six-weeks' visit with
ton, student at Palm Beach / :

DR/yF end Junior with a College her grandparent, spent the ,week Mr. som Mr Leach and entertained Mrs. Wlllaford at bridge Ran her Nerbovlg parents, )In, Portland Mr. and, Ore Mrs., She Joe FUGATE and GREENLEESEngineering r

s went especially for her sister's
H and Mn. Bert Keck. Wednesday evening In compliment .
to Mr, and Mrs. Charles wedding, in which she will be
'- "
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Keck were Wynana of "Falrwln Farms",, matron of honor. SurveyiflV, Blue Prints ,
In Clewlaton several days this Wycoff N. J, who are house -e V* I
week to visit their son-in-law guests of Dr. and Mrs yalmadgeWilson. :' Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Innes __ Estimates SulaAted on Request I I tr,
of Beverly Hills, California, who .
other guests Invited were Ij
and Mr. and Mrs. WU-
SdiFL1I14 daughter
Mrs. Francis K. Mason. Mr.: and have been visiting Mrs. L. E. \ I
liam Nye Martin. &03 E 4th FLORIDA j 1
Mrs. Ernest Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley' In 'Stuart the past two t I 41
Henry J. Seagroatt. Mr. and Mrs. weeks, are leaving Saturday for PHONE m" I t
LOYA O R OFTUA 8. W. Traylor, Dr. and Mrs. Ho- New Orleans where on March
ward Neall. Dr. and Mrs. Hollls 22nd they will start a 18-day
Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Wells Lip- cruise of Carrlbean countries '
$ elx r. 1541M os pincott, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Including Jamaica, Trinidad and .
1.1, ..,#'a M wWUNTM DAYS DozIer, and. Allen O. Leach. Venezuela. Returning to New '
; 1.dIl I Orleans about April 10th they ,
.dm.os HaU
Increased Rates EssentialTo
will drive back to their home In ;
Mr. ,
Stuart, Fla. and Mrs Edwin A. Men- California
nlnger were luncheon guests '< of.

___ last Monday of Harold R. Mas- Service '
u ten al( the Everglades Club In IS YOUR LIVER Good Telephone \ ; ,,
Palm Beach and at a .lecture ,Ir
WE ARE EQUIPPED given that afternoon by Louis I ,
Bromfield, distinguished author CRYING FOR HELP 4! 1 1a
and leader of the 'Friends of
because of constipation or faulty digestion
TO GIVE PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE |N A /TYPE CAR OR TRUCK. WE MAINTAIN 24- Land"Included movement.Mrs. Eustace Other Shaw guests and bloated t with If you go eel bwduTiy bilious, sour blue,, C IU .j {a I
HOUR WRECKER SERVICE AND ARE MARTIrAcOtTNTY REPRESENTATIVE FOR AAA. her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. grouchy you may bo puUfni too big
burden on aver Tetalned undigested
BODY and FENDER WORK TIRE REPUTING WASHING, POLISHING and CREASING Oeorge K Shaw, newspaper pub- food your beta putrotactivs,
Ushers of Dixon, Illinois; Mr. eauwf toxins, wti' overload tha ;,
COMPLETE SERVICEbM BUMPER TO BUMPER Masten's mother, Mrs. Magdalen liver, keeping It tj working ,. _rrrly.
Then 1 1s Ihrf1ni\to rellevt your
Masten of Madison Wisconsin; tired liver by J0lUniCalotab help
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Reese of nttun swrenfllhe putclactlv* and 4 q
WILEY M TOR CO. Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. R. partially dlgftled matmr from your I
stomachs m Intefittnta Uilnir arts y
U. Mounts of West Palm Beach; like old CaloUbl UM ai dl.
Just cfod i 'I'IJ
UNDER NEW OW_ NERSHI ARTHUr\AUSBORN AND OSCAR MEYERS and Mr. W. M. Wilson Vice reeled vf and Kt at yoiiiWIruiMe slats. rev ( f 1 1a,7

North Federal Highway \ Phone 291 ture President Company of the at Grand Berkey Rapids Furni-, CALOTABSECONOMICAL e1 I J JIll: 1;

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Michigan. Ow : f 11{a
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Your telephone rate Is low and yon T phone J.t ,I ;

I Company wants to keep It a small of your ,
1 1M NAME"pN
operating aspen s.
IAI'oj1ai1 /

// .50 in! AIR While telephon rates gener are lower today -- I I i
and 'inna ap .,. ... .1' i
lrlnr.og ; .e.r.. 150 than they wen 20 ears a e total cost of fur ?

ey INlroarAtJ .-..... 8inll. Rbeefawrrt cubing telephone s is our Florida customer i 4 he.!i

.non.Uae4 has steacbly incre ince 1940 expenses have ,

ItA7CaIN0 JC.I 75fmabl. advanced 181 per t while revenues have inent > hod i a 1 1Telephone

1 creased only 12; en j ,1
D( aarseD 1 ShoeeLiTrtt /
,e1e / P.rwa.li5edTinted. ; a rate 'n Florida have been raised t r

I'" during thejdfst two ye&s by $3,788,784 on an annual +1e

75 bastj he cost of erecting telephone buildings I !

Llthocrlph"Lined hajlPufiped 75 to lOoVer lent and the overall iii

jog E3sI tab En..lo,.. cost ( providing t lephor\ facilities is up 50 to s ,t

e5s5 xoeP.rsaa.lhed 63 cent, Fact U, all ox\ expenses have been .e p pCI'

bing so fast that the unoapt of money paid out o.. t ; :,

60 fo,. 1.10 $1.00Taa provide service is increas eg faster than tA* ;I # .

mount taken la. Telephone eafqngi today art the

hprlntW I wits, ntaio er initials m tint autllly lowest fn our hisfory la face o ( t record volume ;
(tsBp*| wick 7a.... U grid-turf. Win *. .Ua. I* km totailm tin mrtknnr r .klle napkin with eolcrtd border advantage ef tKa sew It sir Mill rata of busintu. tr '"
Tkete 'loaf borsor eoalfa lapUns sow stall- This 2S% content writing wakes
: "tank rwa"se. ste a.m UM roses Mae ; rag paper i
..., able la cocktail u4. sinner tin* xoionltal nalllnf for .bnftay lattars.Pleat Southern Bell bas applied to the Florida Rail
18 pencils fox $100 OT?Mfcat t..r nOua N.d.tai rleal.r..wl. Cache .f aU eae color benders wIth, 'Imprint
T_ ,5e.4 ten sea. I et.Me.1 M nY.d bttaie to mattn. er aatwiW ktriors ,,1111 Imprint road Commission for an Increase in local service

fedls fw everyta*. lite (or tkt sale i .la.,.Wne....Ink. _.. enter eiy>trirr foi-.--bolts NaaifOe rates to help meet this condition. Authority is also ;I. I

s awl ealU, t.cWf ... altum,... r s>t I.Ir..I. W ..s.,.,; .y.OROIR gIANK Air Mil II) u&l-". being i sought for an Increase of 1 cents, on most
M st3s s.. Eater a
,ItMfrOe PeacOe sre aawtW ....., twsgeaasi a.,, ,,, 5 apkuu iltal"o fNaraOs O st far ills c.\lall! 'Imprint On BaMtt Only. long distance-calls within the state. a.

sicp. ... tort sw4, .... Ier aO I IU gar 11- reins r ts... Eater ., ardor for-"Namo4)> INnnerPF.e. '. W* want rates no higher than necessary to safe..

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die "- -, .. reM'_ ,' ', state and this community We believe you feel the
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'J'IIf: 'THE !8TJURT NFWS, STUART, Martin County, Florists, THrRSDAf', MARCH 13, U.,.
the courteous ana a. Tnt combination of!
Kraft on i

{ FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS !I I. Actually, Over The Way FP&L INCREASE "flclent One windy thing treatment March. can be It said has receive.In five favorof paydays a and adequate good forestry living support would\to the p for w

11 .' BOUQUETS.. CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS {: State Has Neglected Nature's Delicacies ANNOUNCED FOR One big advantage In not beIng taking road and essential other t 14 puyu?J
fewer asocial
1\y FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS rich is that you have life

,: {i\ .a ... _. DOMESTIC and IMSplfTED I CERAMICS imiiiimiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii couple ol modern Johnny Ap- She went on to explain how TWO YEAR PLAN gimme friend .

EDITOR'S NOTE pleseedi. They were la town last the mango, for years, was cultivated ,, A
J ; ''i' : SMITH'S, FLORAX& GIFT SHOP Kendal and Julia! ,Morton, week, winding up a 2,400-mile by amateur botanists and 13 MARTIN COUNTY
t survey tour of Florida en route plqnt-lovers who exchanged cuttings -
I Interesting' author of a splendid MiUi-Added' ToOriginal
I .,': WE' WJRE;)' \: WEBS new book "Fin, Fruits. ofNassau" ,I back to their temporary base at and gradually brought >/ .
$24,000,000 WELL DRILLERS
BI. ''I'1 Arcade Bldg, 5th Sk,. Ft. Pierc\ Phone 310-j J which Is enjoyed kv Homestead. In the course of refinement of the fruit Program i
Floridians because the fruits' that winding tour ot the State while, at the same time, more
tj grow here toe, were callers last which covered a period of about and more people were becoming Martin county stands to bene-' .. All Typ .f.Pumping. ..
four weeksthe husband-and- acquainted with it. Just as the
week at the Stuart News of- increased
j "We Sell the Beat"s. .e"We Service the Rest" fie e. It was a pleasure te getacquainted wife team have divided their mango, In their opinion. Is the fit from the of projected Florida Power NE QUIPMENT I

,I with them. ai you time between gathering material fruit of tomorrow, so should Light expansion Co. facilities, according to Charles Maw & Jack GIpson
for another book, tentatively these other little known speciesbe
In the
too can do following
BARTLEJTy/BROS. interview which appeared. \) In entitled "Fifty Tropical FruitsofFlorida" the "dooryard" blooms of to who John said M. Law: 'We, jr.are, local taking manager stepsto 318 E. Fourth Stf \ Garage
,, i the' Palm Beach 'oo .' and spreading the day."The see that sufficient power is Just West of V\. Parker's Office
of "
gospel fruit
: EAM.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiIIii11f111IIIIIIIIIIIiIIIII. tropical cultiva Otahelte gooseberry available to meet projected de.
Sales RAMO Service said Mr. Morton, "not only pro-
tion.The mands of a growing community
tour has convinced, theMortons ; duces a berry which makes a
: of $3500,000 In the
By BtU HARVEYPostTimes of one thing: There delicious preserve, but the tree Increase
FAST-EFFICIENT\ELIABLE Staff a tropical fruit Industry In Itself Is highly ornamental.\ I original $24,000,000 for two-year the Florida expansion LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rtntl
Take! Julia Morton, for Instance ida waiting to be born, FIOr-1 should think hundreds of peo- program I with ;
would rival In scope and ple along the coast here wouldbe Power and Light Co. was approved I Homes us
317 Osceola Ave. Phone Stuart 209 The Vivacious and eloquent the great citrus Industry. And planting them ,Just for or- Friday in Miami by, theboard L. FWLF0RD
I economic botanist Is the eat what's more, they believe that namental purposes, If nothing of \t: was announced I
I In'est person you ever saw. Always the logical. center for such an else." Saturday McGregorSmith .
diving through the subtropical industry Is the sandy ridge section The Mortons, who described secretary Directors construction approved I a SEraVG e
y and hedgerows of Palm Beach County and a $16500000 BUYING RENTINGFKOPEHTUMARfcCEMENT
jungles their home as "either New Yorkor
1947, followingthe
PALMIST with her botanist husband. Kendal points south Nassau; we're always running budget for
jf Morton, and popping strange, Of course, that's looking well back and forth between them", $11,000,000, budget ot last I Writ X 0. Box No. 4 I
'f I outlandish tropical fruits Into Into the distant future. ,Meanwhile said that they had found every year. I V 316 Norm Colorado Avenue
i Tells Putt pCsentyfd Future. Advises Included among the new facilities -
d r.. on her mouth. For a gal who startedout the Morton are surprised common Nassau bloom In Flor' additional + Phone 317
to handle
Love, M rri g\rfVorce) and all Troubles.It In life with a strong aversion and Indignant that amateur; ida *- except the breadfruit,,: er are over more than 1.200 miles pow I Stuart, Florid
for tomatoes, Mrs. Morton has plant lovers In this area aren'tsetting which Is found In limited numbers andrural I II
ot rural lines to serve farms
conquered this early weaknessand out the various trees,i ishrubs In Key West.
Y.H Air 1.l A.r Kind Of Tr.,. ... SMI M.. I C.. HAP You, to subdue the ., customers, It was announced -
gone on natural and vines that Is the .
"They're all grown In the State ,
MADALOCATED E ANA pecadllloa of the human first step towards Introducingthese -somewhere," said Mr. '
t This brings the two-year pro-
nature to become a pioneer In little-known
JINX AVERNI delicacies to "But you'll never find I gram to $27,500,00 Included are
tropical fruit recipes.And MOrton.j' TIRE
the tourists. EXPERT RECAP
MII.. Norlk .( $0./, Mi F.d.r.1 Hlh..r N*. I both Mortons are appalledby i less you actually go the 58,000horsepower steam-
j the civilization has bypassed Take. sugar-apples, for ex- ] them"The electric station .Riviera Beach,
.way ample said Mr. Morton to the two economic botanists dedicated last week, and the
a like multitude soursop of, akee haturs'sdelicacies and I reporter who had no Idea that have been exploring the field of I I 24,000-horsepower Sarasota! station Have Your SmoVh Tir Kecapped ,by Humpt
''I"" sugar apple was a sweetaromatic tropical and sub-tropical fruits In service last
chayole More, they are aghast
LUMBER.n Tire and AppIiancelG1n> at Fort Pierce Thrtr
creamy, pulpy job about the pony
to find these and other tropical for the past 17 years. Their book I Under way at present Is the
,I fruits and vegetables being neglected size flavor of an orange, and with a on the tropical fruits of Nassau,I 000-horsepower addition to Years Eperien iFMl Work Guaranteed.
"" : In Southeast Florida which faintly reminiscent of the they explained, was tossed off the company's Sanford plant?
? and offers an Ideal climate for their banana spiked with pineappleand as Incidental, a more voluminous I with plans/ calling for rush con
cultivation a couple of other fruits. "Up and comprehensive encyclopedia struction on a new 5MOO.horse. ONE OF FLORBA'S FINEST PLANTSHUMPHRIES
f j i I Hut that the' Mortons suggest in New York I've paid 75 cents on which they have been power installation on the Miami
BuildingMaterials and dollar for
that we all drop everything and a a sugar appleat working The slender volume j River, adjoining the old Miami
I I start planting acres and acres a fruiterer's The sugar-apple which came oft the press last plant. Hope was expressed that
of these exotlp!' fruits. On the Is a table delicacy among those fall, they said, was written at this plant can be completed by
I who
; are familiar with It. We'veeaten
jk ,contrary, the authors of "Fifty It the request of people In Nassau January.
often In Nassau
; Tropical Fruits of Nassau", published who lacked any kind of a glossary Attending their first meeting .
\ are more plentiful I I last December, point out It's grown In virtually every of native fruits and vegetables Friday were Benton W. Powell Tire &: Appliance' Company
: The
that you have to build a market surplus usually In fact had no Idea what Sarasota, Alf R. Nielsen city;
I finds Its Fort Pierce
for such things before you can way "Ito the native was growing on the island. F. Q Rulley, Miami, and Howard Fkr
L r Fs We May HavVjThat You Need : hope to grow them commercial- 'I few market get +to New and York.occasionally" a "In .Nassau," said Mr. Morton, L. Aller, New York, new direct
For That New Be Sure to See Us I1v. "you simply can't help seeing ore
Homjt 1'- 'But here In Palm" Beach Then, according to the Mor: these, fruits You meet them'everywhere \
r AL SHRyElEY, Mgr, County" explained Mr. Morton tons, there Is the akee, which is you turn. And after .
i I i the other day "these trees and a fruit-vegetable with a white covering 2,400 miles of Flor- iiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiimiimiiiiimniiiiI (
h East Co umber i vines should be cultivated as meat that Bahamans saute In ida, I'm aghast at how little in SEE US FOR
f St I 1 door-yard plantings.I They shouldbe butter. And the chayote, which evidence these tropical fruits I See Where. ,
/ so much In evidence that you Is a vine-growing vegetable thatIs are In this State," EXPERT DYEING
couldn't avoid getting acquainted usually served like creamed But where would you go to get by W. II. (Bill Mitchell -

& Supply Co. ,I with them. Tourists, coming potatoes, There's the soursop, yourself a seedling- of." aa.,.. ........................................-------- ,and I )
d In here should find these plantson which grows to the approximate Melwa Kumquot? .nuu"nnunn"nnnnnmunnnnnu
all sides and come to know sloe et the pineapple, and Is I "Ah!" Mr. Morton slapped his Considerable construction Is EXPERT RE- SAVING
JI t h22 Stuart, Florida them and the fruits they bear* familiar to resident of Key knee, Thatl just It. The nurserymen under way In and around Fort

Mr. and Mrs. Morton are a West where Its a popular typeOf have a few. But they Pierce. Why can't Stuart and ,I (Guarantee or a i of Garment)
Ice cream and to the peopleof have to make a living, and they Martin County get some new
,' Nassau where It's served as can't give space to growing buildings? II '
a sherbet or frosted drink. j things that there Is no demand Deputy Sheriff Reuben Sharpeof BERLOU MOTH-PROVfNG -+ 10 Year Cu.r
f1' "And dashed good too!" exclaimed for fIt I Jensen Beach In snorting, anew I
Mr. Morton with academic looked as though we were car, 'T n mg -I 1
fervor. at sixes and sevens No com- With our new mail carrier
''I' I In describing the' potentialities mercial development until gar- service and the painting of our I
of these tropical fruits as a den-lovers literally sow the seed. streets designating parking stalls
Ii: coming Industry, the Morton And no amateur planting until and no parking zones the town I MARTIN COUNTY CLEAN
!r I qt 1 A 1, pointed to the. exampleof the there are enough seedlings to has taken on a city air.
!h, mango. go 'round. And no seedlings until Our city Fire Department received
I I II "The mango," said Mrs Mor- the demand is great enoughto many compliments for Its -
ton "Is what you might call a make their cultivation worth excellent workln fighting the 1L_ -
I coming fruit It's now In Its the nurseryman's time and pa.': fire at the Shepard Estate. I 41
ascendancy It's sort of midway tience. It looked like a dead sty Hard work counts much more
I \ t.I t. SF between the established fruits mie.But toward success than the will of
o-1 like oranges and grapefruit and rich'relative.
/, the Mortoni were confi- a I
I the unknown fruits which are dent that anyone who wanted A number of business estab- Notice
I ,t tf crying for amateur Cultivation.S ." to set out a sugar-apple or an lishments have changed hands to Taxpayer

1., Otahelte gooseberry could be In the past few weeks.Tommy I
f accommodated, somehow. The Savas' has turned news
(i county agricultural agent or a boy. For several days he sold
11 nurseryman, they thought could EXTRAS on the Street Tommy City of StuartYOUR
scare up a seedling somewhere call secure a permanent job sellIng I
f between here and Miami. The Stuart News If he will
Oh yes, and If, after you raise call at the Stuart News office. 1 I '
HEW yourself a treeful of soursop To get more for the dollar we ''l I COUNTY ASSESSOR, ,MR. A.. C. COLD
: from Infancy, you might be In spend we must give more for
!, CHAS OXWELL arrested In finding out how to the dollar we earn. I SON, IS NOW RECEIVING ,j t

Nest & P Store transfer It from Its natural state Let all! of us Boost Stuart and
to the family menu Martin County. A number of I
Ke Well, Mrs. Morton, who'I. a visitors who come to spend a Applications
'I s l OC HON 103-M recipe putterer as well as an few days or a week like our I for homestead exemption.

apostle of more and better fruits county so 'much they make It Applications for widow'* and disability
seems to be the sort of a person their headquarters to tour the ,
state.A emption.
d sy number of visitors have
6t1AWA1 complimented The Martin 1 Return of tangible personal property.
County Chamber of Commerceand '
Returns intangible
the genial manager H. B. of personal property.

r a Filing of, application for Homestead E empl'
1! 1 use it's who will make another ,400-mlle in his office will also constitute application
round-robin tour of Florida to exemption from oil
Municipal Tax and his
1 knock on your kitchen door personally will attend to the submission .ti<
1 and of all *pplic
; POWE&-PACKED ... jube souffle whip up a fast Jube. to the Municipal Assessor.

Separate application for WldowCaAd DissW

1 WITH lOO-OtTAME COMPONENTS A NEW BOOK FOR Exemptions must be filed with his /lice and a'
I GROWERS your City Asses .

I That extra power in Sinclin H-C Gasoline rones directly from the war-time t w V Tangible P.r k operty eturns must

development of 100-octt* aviation fuel. New inclair H-C is power-packed 1IISNADI filed. both! at the city ha\withjft a city tax assei
and at the
I with the : court house wi\t county tax: eases
lame used
componjpis to make
100-ocuoe fuel for or a 10 per cent penalty Jufbe added to your
1 fighting planes. V JsNAMIN A6o "I""*"*. This is in eecoiAnce with the tax .jar'adopted

You'll get better mileJge with new Sinclair H-C, too. It's more economical TREES zonal property at the consutajf 1M1 *esij h\\the-hold Legislature.goodssted'! I '

ai well as more powdful. Fill with new Sinclair H-C of
ep Sinclair mer'yhandiss
or new Ethyl sOUTN NAnIDA AND CUBA bo pT airpl' \*, power mowers
today-power-pack with '100-octane gasoline components.SiNcLAIRc'GAso'uN.E.. -. fact all types of finiible perVoal I property,

Intalllilte!! Personal Property \turns must k

Wed only wit"! th" County Tax AWe *Wr.

t urge your cooperation by attending ti'y_
Tax matter before the deadline. Rel m mW. *.,.-
ht II the last day >J
on which to file, so plea ,
.early and avoid.t... delay which i. always ex
anted during the last week '

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l Stuart, Florida Indiantown- Florida 11L Edwin A. Menninger
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Mr. and MM., Wells A. tlppln- Mr. and Mr. B.: A. Wenninger ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS INSTRUMENTS OF RECORD I County Deed-Martin County to FERTILIZER FIGUKES I}, I.
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tIt *ntertaln. d, with Sunday entertained in honor of Mr and nLED' Oils L. DeafendeHlr. hn N. Mann to I ) \
t By R. A. Lull TO BE : ; Percy Martin county used 72{ ton I
enl11l supper a' their aRatt- Mrs Don Inne ot Beverly Hill, Winston Churchill, that' past master ot the rewound- WD.-Amsterdam Dey Co. to County Deed-Martin County to IW.D-S I+of mixed fertilizer In 1 I i)
nt at the AUanUo Oollrt. The California at a dinner and bridge John Mays. South Fork" Ranch to January
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elU included Mr and Mr*. party; last Friday tvenlng Those ing phrase, ones Mid that he had not become the King'sFirst Sat .J obit, J Meyer. County Deed-Martin County to Williams. and 28 ton ot fertilizer material j
Mfc K. Barnett to
rt Nlbecker ot Phltodalphta ; Minister to preside at the dissolution of the British -Roy Mary C. Crone. rt Me I. Howard to 1 *, according to the State Department i
present were Mr L. Leslie A. DeVoe.WD.Amsterdam r.r
aad Mr a D. a. E.: Ashley, Empire. It Is ,I r.
d stuart; Mr too early to say whether that unenviabletask Dev. Co to County Deed:"-Martin County to I Carl Dann, Jr. of Agriculture ; I" .1.1r
: Mr and Mr Evan ,
idwit and Mr. and ,Mr* Ed-1 Crary and will fall to conscientious, uninspired Mr. Attlee -:: Clifton C Boone. Catherine E. Delaney ,
Mtnalggar. IOn and M.'Charle.. Oreenleet but It Is clear r "f 1 ,
n that Esi land i fa now in the midst of one of Aagt Art. AgreeDonald Johns County Deed-Martin County to '
t"'---- the bitterest crises of her long and turbulent history to Jphn W. Keller. John Douglas Day HI I
Inlaid Linoleum The root of this crisis go deep. Before ''the war WD.-Elsie E. Herrington to County, .Deed-Martin. County toO Highest Cash' For Your Cat 3(if If j U:f
Armstrong F Pearson i
England hard Ruth
was put maintain, her dominant positionin Wynne Perry H
and the world. The war placed .q almost unendurable Plat.-Part of State Road Non County Deed-Martin County; to WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES i r is I

Asphalt Tile FlooringFancy strain upon her resources! and energies and of very to Martin County Sam H. Auston A 't 1 1
WD .
8.W.D.-Su. Voltz to Anna B. -Frank Novacasa to Guy We can pay you the O. A. limit of your car which R'is I
great importance exhausted her American j
Design Work Our Specialty practically A. Wyllev; ]'
Day. much \ / :
at at >n nywhere'hnd
financial credits. The people of the Dominions, as In In. WD/-Otto Kubin to Oeo Lodrt you f "
For Restaurants, Bart, Hornet, Etc. AMI. -Thtodor* Dehon to) The e M i ) '
[ Will Install Anywhere>j JFot Estimates Phone dia, have long been dissatisfied and restless. And in the Public. QC,.-C. Duscombe to Otto Ku. STAY WITJE :H\ 1\\
more advanced Dominions, such as Canada and Australia, bin.
Sat.. Mtj-Citizens Bank to '
the influence of this United States has rivalled and in some Thomas Savas. Affl.-C. B. Argogast'o The SUNRISE TOR CO. !jI rt I

STUART TI LINOLEUMPhone ways exceeded that of the Crown WD.-Thomas Saves to Dugan Public. 311 Soute.piie ,
You can find a dozen opposed reasons for the victoryo Si Barnett.Agree.Thomas WD.-Lulu Richardson to Guy 'I.: ''

I Stuart Ha. IIS fthe Labor Party over Mr. Churchill: Conservatives! in & Barnett.Savas to .Dugan WD*.Davis Ed. L. Hasford to Gee E. Fort Pierce, Fla. / \ Telephone IN .o''
the last British elections. The most reasonable is that a Smith. L
Mtg-Earl B. Dugan and R K, oJ.
weary people wanted a change, and Labor promised that.It Barnett to Thomas SavasUs. Bps-W D. Taylor Corp. to E ::1, :
received heavy popular endorsement of the most sweep Pens.-O. P Garrett to Jane A. Gray. : '
I1ANS PMNiID ASYELUSMIC. ing program for socialization ojt industry ever seriously Stypman I'Sat. Mtg.-1st. Fed. & Loan !

1 proposed in a democratic nation. And at the same time WD.-Dave Turner to L, L. Mon to Otto Robin .Rom.whereJ.sit I _6y JoeMarsh\; Ii
Asgt. Mtg. Ex. of Arthur S. \ 1i
the/ ( people approved an "austerity" program designed to Holden. : 1.1 {
regain and expand England' foreign. markets and to rebuild WD.-Chas. E. Murray to RaiPer I, Dwight to ]!palm Beach 1 I .q

also urged her world Is most economic of its essentials prestige by the This Conservatives.First program was. Mtg.-. Harvey. J. Poole J. Poole: to ChaE. .. Lis Pens Trust Edward.,...Florence Co. Gerhart.Ida Englerto i I 1 Mystery of :' \\II

move, of Mr. Alt lee's government was nation. Sat Mtg.-Murray.Citizens /Bank to Her Mtg;..-.John F Larson( to O ti. \ I\
300 l fly WAY alisation of the coal mines -long one of the sorest trouble bert O OassWD lens Bank. ; I the Rocking Chair tM > :, "?

spot in the British domestic economy. During the war, .-Herbert O Oas to John W.D.-Ellsworth C. Lockwood to, I
coal production was kept up by what'amounted to draft F Larson. Gustave Schlesler tloskiu. ku a aToriU; ....... Quick u a wink he hid the new '
labor!",, Since nationalization, production has been inadequate WD.-Mary M. Gosling] to John Sat LU-n-Casa Lumber to J. A. log chair tints worn and ahabhr. rocker and then brought M.'. old. I .
and the miners seem no happier than before; Labor Y Harper. Jamison. with a noisy ereik.' Pa Hoskiiw. KM ehaUtack to the has...Now when 1
..... spokesmen attribute the recent emergency, in which coal Affl.-Ben E. Smith to The. Public Affl --Crary F T.to Fancher The Public.& Evans totaled to that squeak for thirty th heara tit\) aaotak, ka look atjheawlWfliMofbwrStaorfiik. '
-- -- --- ------------ shutdown of almost all da ,
shortages resulted in a temporary Deed-Bessemer Properties to yean and he decided to \ 4e
industry, to some of the worst' weather in English history. B.S.-Ben E. Smith to Ralph Frank James ; something bout IU. 80 h. bought r 0 ya to himself r"Sh.'.just I '

| IT IS ECONOMY 10 REPAIR YOUR However, even if this factor is given maximum value, it IH Sat. Judg Daniel..-,Nell Davis to Lena WD-R. Q, Sharp DfonlL". 8. MW rocker, and. hid the other In tied I to her .IR.II plessar'ea. I q I !
evident that Labor had not found a solution to the coal LuftlgWD Michaelsen.R.W. the barn. ..." \.1 I ,
HOME f problem. And many authorities ,think that similar. ill effects ,-William Mum ug. to Orant -.Sarah, C. Watsonto Ma allowed ai how grateful ales from where I sit. that'l ems of I I\ ,1\ j

may result when Labor socializes the electric Indus- Arthur M. Tyler. -- -.American.. -. -Tel & TelAIEXA.NDFK was. but when! Pa ml the aeons the HoBklnM an the \ 'j
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SEE US FO A try, which is scheduled for the near future. Mtg.-Jack Whlticar to 1st Fed. one afternoon,b e heard! a f. I tar happf t, oldeat-married, pcaMfule I I '\ ".
The basic English long-range plan Is to place the Isles Bar & Loan AssnMtg sound that led him to IfCbarn. t fvlHJfl our town ,
on a virtual subsistence basis, while everything possible .-Daniel W. ]Rosa to J. W GORDON & SON Then was Ma rocklnujrapplly to I
REPAIR and BUILjflNG! NEEDS is exported abroad to build up an enormous, ever-expand Blume, West Palm Blachyna. STEEL her old chalr-iqucalrH. wpnak. \ I II'' I.
ing volume of trade. The first part of that plan has been QC-Qeo T Dyer to Baldwin and ALUMnVir SASH Box .
ISj6EASE I Realty Co. No need to tell you !how Pa felt. I I J
OUR AIM achi Ved by edict.. the average Briton's standard of living County \fedMartin County to 723. Phone A'J \-ind t-9539 I I .,,
Is under war level now, The second part has not been Frank Schlosser. j', I
realized. The flow of British crockery, woolens, motor C.pyri.hr,194?. VmttiSUriBrcwmFiHutdflleA ''s.t,' J'
cars. Scotch whisky/ and other Empire products to the -- --- -- -----

Casa Lambeili Co. markets of the world with the dollar-spending U. S. ,
market at the top of the list has been far below fore. I- E d, :
casts. Son many an Englishman has come tp feel that he
is making the sacrifices that austerity demands but
Still Point Its Beat To Supply You '
his country is not getting the propected benefits Mr. / I.
Churchill, in his present role as leader of His Majesty's II'I ''
Loyal Opposition, bas aired that poiht of view aggressively : I,
In Commons on innumerable occasions ,' t

The American loan was, of course, a life-saver for I', '
England. It gave her dollar.credits she had to have. Our ?;1/ .""1 ,"' 1 ii ,
reasons for making the loan were manifold perhaps
the most important being the hard fact that England in ,.' I I
one of the very few friends we have abroad in a world
torn between conflicting ideologies. But English economists BETTER PLACE "
are greatly concerned because much of the loan Is '
being spent for living purposes which do nothing to /solve '

the trade and export' problem. This, too. ',has been the TO I BUILD'
subject of much Angry debate; In Commons. S HhI i
From the point of view orEmpire solidarity, England ,
tarn. Viscount Wave II'. efforts I "
trouble at every
more I '
to bring order out of the Indian rhaos was in most I 'BETTER MOUSETRAPS 'v' ', I

respects a failure. Great numbers of British troops are ,1'w "
being withdrawn from India now, and it looks very muchas !
if the Indians will be, left largely ''alone to work out ,''I'I '
their difficulties. Volumes could be (and have been)

written on the >Paestine question but, whatever one' k1 I ,
point of View, it Is obvious that peace lies far away, and (in I a 'I' t I}
the'Iloly Land will remain for a long time a country of I '

dissension\ and bloodshed. :
Some observers have forecast the collapse of the : j1iI

lAbor government. The best authorities do not agree. It : '' 'I
ill significant that Mr, Churchill despite his strong critic : I J ;JIT
isms, has not Introduced a measure of censure against the 1 I
government It is felt that Labor will continue in powerat :: i
least for the time being that the British people will -

every chance solve the problem The fightsifor m .
which once proudly dominated half the world, '!! !

survival.COMPLETE. --.-. --- .- It's all very well to make Ole world b/at; a path }

La W. FA E S s. I:"oil:r.stleL kind .i w.olh.il. sad eesabdab Yen AGREEMENT to your door but the\'ndustry/ at is strategically :
II dsLYxe C cVea sea reo r isles I .boar* 0 learn bee Nobody knows the age of the human race, but every
Ir.... she (king B.nr -tiola 011 hiab.. one agrees that It is old enough to know better.-The located near th marl/is usually enjoys ra' r I., J
"Olt IT ART war ItaMlo.Tfcm .. : '
eel Spindle Hancock New York. the best profits. t
aa taviltafl dins ]( 0 '). ,
ooe-Wap few CM wh.. r.u eel hua
Mae .ph b I .... away _rf wash.Arl.r. Mr. Jay Cherry and Mr. William "
Mir (Clean naarllr ocr""' Mr. M 1.. Morrison and Miss excWent
room* are a* all tUiw .nulabl: *. Wright arrived Monday Florida is in an position to offer substantial -r r
ara aar el the Fiendsewrs.ar Amy Hull went to West Palm
J.Y...,, MOB la a" on* '
? from Montreal Canada for a 0// marketsAnew industries. In addition
/ sass Coaafa use 5naet.rld1*abaiu Beach Wednesday evening for
nt4 ,
l v. : M next trip. Th.f pre. visit with Mri Vera Homan In
.era..... .tdo......yew_*.*,.... aUpMaWblo a dinner at the Pennsylvania Salerno. to the national 1 potential, you are right next "

.MI"l.I. sass;/I J."t..,rich, + .". .leans.aenic to local a4- aH OMIIIM-. Hotel celebrating ot Clot Scoutini the aMh Mill anniversary door to bJominD! Latin America while In n- t i 11

For schedules md further Information troop Hull was No tin for 10 West yean Palm leader Beach ol your fjpvn backyard you'll enjoy healthy local t '

and wa ont of the honor guests FI ida market re" 4 t'r
at the birthday dinner.
.. POLICY) ,i
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I Why not giv some thought to moving
COAST Mr Marvin Rowell. Mr. FR your he rj t

Horton and Mr, O L. Eden. industry hee, or starting a new one? Y ou'llenjoy r eel ', .
West Petra Beach
flU were in
Friday to attend the regionalPTA i' "III Wind Always I man\ additional advantages including i h

conference. .: It Blow SonM Good," 1 dependa electric powe, supplies, ideal c ?
Says in* rroYtjrp.Depreuioat '
and f climatic nditionl and "friendly" local and o ,.

West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN tbti Recession Verify THE fLORID/ MARKET state! tales. You'll find Florida better place le iq 4+

PROVE to build your "better mousetraps".

IN WEST PALM BEACH thai V DAYS ,,A. Per capita ia tin Florida.il 25% 4 ,ev
THESE.FIRIrI.s APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE ADVMSITY.tn. j higher than .i South' arorago 4 'p, +
aura a IsWOR t Increases ia taJ J income to Individtcomparable a/
aia MOO*) t* HI waffBADCQCK'S. HAWTHO.NEao a >A dTEADF liP nationnahoav a b

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KIA esLTiIN y e 3. With S 44% d the South' population I %d tea. i
OPTICIA.Na OPTo IaTe AT&1U'a Pines w r o u r Florid enjoy 813% Of retail sate t
CL= U eh' O Pol'es? aaJoi and 91ol the pet eilectiv .
baying Income. :: '
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(U Clematis SAFE LAC ORkS nation and 83.49% foe the South. /

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cultural graduate He went onto Dons of dollars-In natural resources
F., P P. & L. NAMES Iowa State College for postgraduate WARN 'FARMERS r 1 "JOE"
FISHINGIN work 'In dairying and In addition to the endangering: :

veterinary work He then became of agricultural Interests Reppard
STATE LEADERS affiliated with the Extension pointed out.that loss of Florida
THE FAMOUS \ Service of the State of Florida I Inland and underground: water
and the federal government. ORLANDO: :: W) __ "Faced was a threat to many scenic s P MBING]
St. Lucie Region ; NEW! DIRECTORSNielson Subsequently he became agricultural I with the desperate'possibility of tourist attractions. (
had too
= advller'and developer for losing their greatest asset. Florida We ones thought we
I the Southern' States Land andTimber farmers sol much water In florIda-that ourproblem "
s through: the '
I Company In West Palm conservation districtsalready/ was to get rid of It EFFICI NT SERVICE
,I Pails, and Powell I Beach In 1917 It was under i have within their I power, the through drainage: ,"Reppard said ALL ORK GUARANTEED
Entered within an hour of otie 1& horse!. Expand Scope Of Nielsen supervision that the means of active water control"A. "But now we know that drain- Phone 308
another Sunday were two whop- Theoretically, it means, thatIt Board .first certified, dairy farm. with I H. Reppard, a president of the I&e' without water control has
per king mackerel. a 36'j' .pound. It Illegal to place a net In a pure bred Guernsey cattle was Florida Association Of Soil Con- : caused Florida untold damage -
Miami -
sr ought by Arthur A. Kaplanof one mile circle from an undeter McGregor Smith, established by that company at servation District Supervisors. ------ -
Wctodmere L. I., from the mined point representing the president of the Florida Power Loxahatchee farm, outside of said today:
"'Dude with Capt Dude Dodge. center of the Inlet, A couple of and Light Company, announcedthe West Palm Beach. Organizing With the stale's multi-million LEARN WELL PAYING PROFESSIONS
-and the new top fish In the markers are placed at the river election of three Florida business the Palm Beach Creamery Company dollar agricultural and tourist
Classification a pounder boated I perimeter of this circle, but and civic leaders from outside In 1922, {Nielsen and his Industries Imperiled 'by a fast- By Correspondence ,. r 4 to 6 Weeks
by S. 3, Fortune of Asheville, there are no marks seaward or associates purchased the Loxa
the ranks to Its water
company dropping table Reppardsaid
W C.:. fishing: with .Capt."Fold north or south, and It would takea board of directors.. hatchee farm from the Timber 'the oil conservation districts REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE SCHOOLOne
Carter on the Buckaroo The Philadelphia lawyer to prove All with background of agricultural Company and later sold the, law of 1937 places the responsibility
whopper of a mackerel was 54'' j that a violator was Inside or outside Industrial and businessaruenu. Creamery Company and the for saving water and thousand and one questions and Text book study and! practical appl.
Inches lone: I of this theoretical circle Ue new dirertnra areF. Loxahatchee herd to Southern soil, resources directly Upon the real estate license law, lead to
cation nationally
answers on recognized,
good bluefish entry In the I In common 1M'II:1ethe: circle (Fat) Ralley. pioneer Miami themselves law and practice quail-
contest Was supplied Sunday by Idea ought to be Abandoned hardware dealer, Alf R. Jiellsen, Returning from a four year i Farmers, citrus: growers 'and real property Estate tx. Life Insurance Degree. An expert.
j }L M Case of Hudson Ohio. who. I Practically, 110 one gives a prominent. Writ Palm Beach trip around the world, Nielsen,:cattleman: In 36 Florida counties fies you for Florida Real encej I I' I insurance! counselor I will
tn\ |jit and entered "a 5's' 'pound I whoop who nets. outside the reef nisliipssnian and Benton W with 1. W. Ooodlng, organized' already have 'Organized districts: amination.For worl Ith Earn while leant
tr from the "Dude. lor north of( the jet y. Instead Of Powell. agricultural expert from the Alfar Creamery Company. voluntarily to co-operate IB Broken, and Salesmen you. you
Local fishing!! visitors are complaining a circle. the" real" area to protect Sarasota, of West Palm Beach, and Under water control and soil conservation Real Estate Florida\Moi rofitable Business
bitterly about violation !,should be a double rectangle In "With a new and fresh outlook -, his guidance It has grown Into projects which Involve mil- is
of the net.fishing laws at the I the shape of an L One rectangle these men will be able to one of the leading IndependentIce
Inlet. I I should be bounded on the north speed our plans for a $24000-, ceram and milk businesses County Chapter of the Red Cross, jC ESTATE COURSE .,$4000
Early last week the bluefish i I by the jetty and the North Shore 000 expansion of electrical service In the south. former president and at presenta TUITION J[ E INSURANCE COURSE $40.00AP
entered the l Inlet! and the "hook which the fishermen call "the ," Smith said "Their wide Despite his outstanding business *' director of the local Y. M. C
'{i Woods," and should extend as knowledge of Florida Industry success Nielsen found time A. and a past president of Rot- \
and liners L
wen enjoying: excellent far west as Bird Island, squar and farm production It a vital for civic service and he has been I ary, In which he has been a \ E A
sport until the netters!i j I Ing: off to the South Shore The le.In with the work of our electrical active In the Boy Scouts movement member for the past 21 years If your enrollment is port-mailed before Varck 23rd the two courses (regular
allegedly set their gear all over j[ other/ rectangle should extend engineer and planning:; for more than 20 yean, Powell,a native of Indiana, has tuition $80.00)) may be had a total of MO.00. We guarantee our in.ur.nc.
the supposed-toe- protected ', from the tip of the North Jetty experts." having Just completed two years I been a resident off; Florida for graduate a job with a mo ytnuiual oppcrtutnty that combines very well with nil
Urea, breaking tip the schools I due south along: the reef to a I Widely known"'I a civic leaderIn as president of Oulf Stream the past 17 years, except for two
and playing havoc with the sport ;I marker a mile M>ulh, then due Palm Beach county, Nielsen Council. He now Is chairman of and 'II half years Army service estate
tuning I east to the ocean shore, and came to Florida with his parentsIn the finance committee, and vice during World War II. He now Is ,BISCAYNE SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE INSURANCE & FINANCE, INC ,
With the whole wide ocean as I I back due north to the jetty 1893 and was graduated from chairman of the Sixth Region I president of the Palmer National Chartered under the laws of the State of Florida
well as the upper st.. Lucie and I This would definitely the University of Florida In 19071 Boy Scouts of America He Is a II al Bank cultural Interests I I P. O Box 4700 -""" Miami 28, Florida
Indian Rivers porate the arras In Incor-j as that Institutions first agri past chairman, Palm Beach I In Florida I ,
In which to ply
fish heed protection(
their trade, the netters are show-. ,I'probable necessary addition of t
Ing bad judgment In setting Inside i a small part of Indian River
the. Inlet at the top of the j Sloughand( definite markers DOLLARS .. ,: T _; tl>i \ PATRONIZE

tourist season. at all corners of the rectangles.
While open violation of the I would make It possible for at i SPENT IN ,:} oJ HOME FIRMS
conservation code has been the enforcement officer to prove li MARTIN COUNTY.OFFERING
MIle rather than the exception court that the law was bring MARTIN COUNZY YOU
In Martin county for the past |! violated. ,

several years, it might be wise I I The circle Idea takes In more STAY AT HOME* BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES
for all the
fishing Interests to
i territory than is needed, and i i'r
reflect that the eventual payj i' does not exactly define anything. I
off will 1 be for the public to toss I II I j'r Those who are violating the
all nets out of the Inside waters.
I Abide by the law and the Industry |' Inlet regulations can self-
Buy Beit
which Is certainly Important .: righteously and with some JUs- SUNRY
Your Advertisement in This Carries
to the county, will survive .I' tice point to the fact that wholesale Directory GENERALELECTRIC
conservation abuses have
but disregard for the I
gone on In the rivers with JA SIES
regulations public censure.will eventually; buildup t I seines for some upper time but that I Your Message Every Week To 1,650 Homes
I will not alter the ultimate pub- ADO BEAU OMFORT ANBIII
This article is not written VALUE TOBUSINESS HOME OR App is
lic rejection of both methods It es
any particular hope of accomplishing -
the present abuses continue. Kitchen, U y,
: anything, unless t SAUTTERS At Minimum Cost. Cabwets man
I --- an $
happen to be I
someone S\M1TTED
i,I I of far-seeing the fishermen enough (In to the convince ranks i: SET SUNDAY HERE / ray Shu 'or MAR UNTYProducts

them that the eventual pay-off I FOR PRESBYTERIANS I It would cost you $16.50 just for postage alone) to send a penny postcard to each of our subscribers. CT 1C

s I will be disastrous This applies i !Sunday will be W C. ARMOR, P. O, BOX *4S I Phone I
"Loyalty --
equally those who abuse the
II,.' use of gill nets and seines ,I at the First Presbyterian
service in the Woman
It Is against the law to set a ,
11 00 A M. Financial

i : of net the of I any tkII This within law was one passedto mile i I the current expenses and HOME BUILDING i P & i I FRANK I PITCHFORD'S '
give sport fishermen at least nevolences will l be made for the See. HUG Stuart Taxi
; months of April I through December
one spot where the fish could be RO F
", caught only with hook and \line 31. to conform to the HIGBEE BEER. WINES, cUt a, CAMP
-and to allow entrance to the [change In the fiscal years of CIGARETTE NEWS APERS SERVICE
i the Presbyterian Church. I of all a and I row a T
II river for schools of fish from the Cottages Boats
The sermon of the pastor, Rev. W 0 A M a
J ftt\ ocean. When the schools are Sealteat Cream Roof Prompt L>ep nlCoarleo
\ Chas. A I airing
Carrlel will be WHOLUALE
p: up in the inlet they frequently 15 / I
Whole Armor Of God General c ratting I
I In AnAtomic Se
J' turn around and go to it. i CenerafBeli&ry Stuart I
Age Of Man. and 'The
sea Instead of entering the river a I c Where I 404 ColoradY Are,, I Bait or'S
A few gain but lose. ------ P. O, 8 [ I II
many and Leave
ox F Phone 9141
t There s plenty of land YOU BUjft) USE nos
\ for et"I JENN
I one-mile circle Idea at I E 149
I I'I'I I farm pasture, and forests Ph 144'R I I Message I
the Inlet Is more or less of a | Put I SELL CHOIC LOT oeccotw A AT COUNTY BRIDGE I
(I': fizzle, Like practically all fish I every acre to I Its most profitable 73 x 125 For One Dollar I -
4 Ing laws, it has holes In it use make It yield Its maximum
I through which you could throw' cropWaterfront r rI
t ___ mmr
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i ----I CONCRETE Give Your Car or Truck I t OFFICE

: Properties i' BL KS A!xPlRS Complete n. :A Check INOANTS Up (Uncle Billy i sez. i Auto C p 'SUPPLIES

;/ Along the Indian I and 8k Lucle rivers, and Uobe Bound AND .C Nle.aPert.

y Ocean Frontage: OPEN w KinA. sjtiiltit.hr II...........*,Re....*...by....Antu... .pnk l.t.k Fa"*..I Mr"I** I Modern JCtlages
1" CONCR ITEMS 24 H RS DAILY I And Trailer Court For Everything In. Tb

I eR Stands 1I CO. You'll find ev'ry now and RENTALS BY flAY, WUK aa Office Equipment Lw,
I I. agin, regardless of section AiX CONVENIENCESBLAIR
oI, ; L/DECKER RALPH P.o.. .HANDLER.Hi wn o.e.r t you're in, fellers snarled up In and BAKER e
j' 0 r DIXIE ]-WAY-FHONI ST-W I LJ th dura;dest of rows! While the'r I OM bow. HI.W.r ftaw
RSVeR a Z argument thin, It still raises a I :1SS Phone 300

01 din most like my bellerln cows! .' -

1 n.yu. J I There spoutln an' shoutln_ .
I y even clouttn: of brows -- _.--
S a
"Where Economy Rules" It l among those of klnl! Electric and Refrigera- Docks
i Mea Groe ie 2nd and Ak n Makes me wonder, aomehows i lion SERVICE ,
I Shop at >(arkel" hearln noisy pow-wow, HOW Seawall
And se Dods No Job Too
I Four Large Or
Too Small
::1, NOYEL7 PROD GIFTS RUGS I Meat, nee and y 'Course, when you sow abusive NOBS Boat House{ *
LENDIN RARE C caries debate, be th season some early, UN
or late, thers one bumper crop ELECTR AU f
Jens B CIZ Cour Constr
o Service
you wont miss; fer sure as sure s
stwd we Fw Conv en Loeited I fate: ypull reap smarfo'hateraised : l eb.Day's P d 71 Iva Ior
7 from th' plantln' othlslTberll
9131.J on Brooks
/ be rantln an' pantln_ pion. Box 74
- / e St art 18S.J HONE
quite lackln In bliss, not likely

.--_ __-_ Y worthwhile fer to state you -
I Io ItI may quickly dismiss, thoughts
Web f I --
Orchvay I SMITHS I of bein.remiss when lallln' to keep such t date! 'I CONCRETE BLOCKS

Motors These rows ar1 a waste of good time, fer by them no one makes HAVE YOU I Available Immediate

AUTHORIZED AL92 FOR lJ./ I, I a dime, or changes anyone'f view!I. Its; no less than .a'crime, fer ANYTHING TO SELL? Delivery

D Fit J I folks In their prime, to spend precious hours as these dot Such USE'S s 8 = V g reg.
a 8 s de.

1 z DAr E P ass MUSICAL CHIME! Thank'th LORD, ther,ar' few who Join up with 8 S 12 : S.

a it IRS RI C.
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ughout Martin County I
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Real Estate 'WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Instance cry For l., Jr. Lit O
FEDERAL HI-WAT Fishermen AI Mr arMLaa. a i PHONE
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w -- t-.f.-lire ter ,_ -- -- Beauty Sliop
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