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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 27, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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HONORCOMPETITION On This LegislationThe For Suggested Changes1 I i

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public should have the chance to vote on at least WlthoutaReferendum 1,1 1 :

four measures 'to be proposed M new laws for Martin :

County in the un sesiaon' \ of the Florida Legislature. I 1 1NIGHT'S I' 1 !?
rded 1st Division Rat- "f I MEASURE BRINGS STRONG DEBATE AT LAST j I' j l'':
received In
Two of these arts preliminary'advertlsinjf I
Will Compete InState + '
SESSION WOULD NECESSITATE MANY :
nl. Contest notice by Representative Marvin H. Rowell in last week'sissue ) : i'
of The Stuart New;, AMENDMENTS TO PRESENT CHARTER-STATE. i

run County High School' r 1-The proposed new fish haw legalizing one of seines, s MENT REQUESTED FROM REPRESENTATIVE. \ I : !!

ace! band directed by Wen- force trap nets and gill nets up to 950 yards and combina. .I

Water, came home last tlons of the same up to 1,050 yards, I 'I :
-end from the first annual 2-An act which would change the form of Stuart I STATEMENT BY STUART CITY COMMISSION ;t ; .t
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![District festival contest at City Commission from its of present three-man commissioners board and to all'a :' ( 1. The City Commission did not sponsor the proposed 1 i t fit /1/ I
five-man four
board consisting I
of with a record for Outing 'legislation; that previously hat been advertised by the'I
: achievement. It was the elected mayor. 1 Representative with reference to a five-man commi
In addition too these two previously advertised bills, .'
Clan C band which; was according to announcement by Senator Evans Crary at Any local bill advertised 30 days prior to its introduction I j1 I'I I'It. ;
ded a first division rating in the State does not require (
a
last week's session among other House-sponsored Legislature ,
erything It entered. .,...--- -,.'-- '_ ,-.a a, --- Rotary \ ""I
note by the people, ;
there will be I IJ.
legislation probably : ,
U bands entered at ,
n the, only five Including ( + "fame 5t.A.: 3-An act to abolish Stuart Park Board and transfer : The City Commurion bas no desire to oppose the '
1,|were selected td compete fhewi with their catch of three sailfish after' twe were released its duties to the City Commission -t"-7-' wisher of the majority in this matter but feel that this I 1
t State I contest April 24-26 are members of the party of Mr. and Mrs. R. Loda and Mr. and 4-An act to eliminate the Mosquito Control Board W. M. COLMER legii'ition thould be submitted to a vote of the citizens *:];1 1I '

,aml./ The other tour chosen Mrs. U. Iletifck, all of Cleveland who fibbed with Capt. Walt and pass IU duties to the County commission Representative Colmer (D.Miss .- of Stuart. Stuart City Commission i I
* Judge were Avon Park Sanders en Jhe Hi-Hook In the Culfstream. Each of these bills I the News believes I : should havea I 'I
Sarasota and Seb- ), a members'of the House ,
Fleece referendum attached. '
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The judge were John The fish law involves an Issue on which there has Foreign Affairs Committee has Spurred! by the Interrogating but firm attitude of a "i'! > i
y of DeLand High School Rotary Hears Band Director been long difference of opinion. In the last prior electionin announced he will Introduce a I rt Lampl of Pahokee Otto which this issue was concerned the people of Martin resolution to bar any f. S. last nijfht adopted a "hands off" stand toward. bill to be .\

ishaar of Lake Wale and County voted to allow the use! of tills nets but not seines loans or'''other assistance. toCommunistdominated of>f red the approaching session of the State Legislature '
,. Wright of Miami Senior And Music Pupils Wednesday: in t river..< If the law is to be changed the people c: should Gov. I by Representative Marvin H. Howell for the creation of : '. ,, :, i',
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School.e .-. .- -- again nave the cnance to vote on tne! matter" ana that .. first Stuart entry was By word of mouth and their I three-man body and necessitate
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thy Clonts daughter of would settle the issue one way or the.other. I number of amendment '
e and Mrs Arthur R. Clontsilvenride BORDENFIRMIS own'' ean Stuart Rotarians gained -I The proposed change in the city government would ROWELL SELECTEDFOR [ to.a large the present city charter. It 'i, s
Drive who com"i i first-hand knowledge of what also appear to be a .matter for public' vote in the City of HOUSE GROUP INSPECTOR LAW was pointed out.

1 i u a tenor saxophone solo- Martin County HlgN, School' Stuart. The measure was not requested by the present In the commission's unusually t
Tlday afternoon. She won BIG FACTOR IN band accomplished at the 2nd board. Its pros and cons should be weighed carefully by Representative Marvin H. lengthy session It was brought
nt division rating. which District music festival 'at Be- the people and a decision! madt by way of the ballot box. Rowell of Stuart Is one of 17 PROPOSED FORII.ONEDSECTORS out In the general discussion initialed ,'. 7
j t rating of from (9 toIfr The proposals to abolish the Park Board and the Anti. member of the 1947 State House by Arthur Dchpn Stuart i
cent. Division 1 was 'IT bring last week end. Mosquito Board involve two functioning organizations approved of Representative who have : I realtor! that the proposed action
I per cent, and Division 9 be- STATE ECONOMYThe : Speaker at the club' noon by the voters"'" and the transfer of their. duties been selected to serve on the I was arousing wide dlscuslson; as i
,,1 per cent.. The lowest Stuart meeting at Chlsholm' yesterday Education "A" Committee It has I to feasibility and speculation
Ing wss' a high Division 2 -- I I was Wendall Water, director to city and county boards respectively should be a public been announced by Speaker I a* to IU origin and public sup 'ill t J IS j jj
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named band Inspection. Borden made I of the band and he in decision. Thomas Beasley. j port I :- '
Company
i second Stuart entry was a turn Introduced the four girl It is the custom in the Florida Legislature that most The committee will consider County Building< Inspector I Dehon questioned the commission \ .
phone quartet which In- record purchases; and payment\ i In the school's saxophone quartet I'local bills are (sponsored .and',Introduced by the Representative' all major bUls concerning,schoolo i Would Be Under for information on U* .' I I" +
4 Emily Morrison,, Joan In Florida during- .1949,, It was' : who won highest honors at the .in the H ure;which ). the case with then measures f sOd' colleges Including recommendations Commission plan, said he believed l such ac't tit
oa,Janice" Arbogast and Miss reported today, festival The quartet Included However, the News. believes .that both RepresentativeRowell of the CltlEuis: Education thin needed assurance Of'popu- t 1
&. They also won top rate Figure released byRobert M. Emily! Morrleon and Joan Combs, whose responsibility it is to initiate and Introduce fJ Committee. Representative -! Among measures to be Introduced lar support and urged that ,

French Sr.. president and general alto saxophone; Dorothy Clonts local bills in the House, and Senator Crary who will represent Nell McMullen o! Hills-: by Rep. Marvin IL Rowell Representative Rowell Issue a
band a* a whole won first i tenor and Janice Arbogast this county among other of the 12th District in the borough County will be chair.man I he announced today will be anew statement on, his proposal before }
ion in both marching and manager ot( the that Borden: baritone. They dye. saxophone State Senate, will be guided in their actions by the public of the group.STUART I legislative act creating office offering it to the Legisla
plant here, showed 'pay- arrangements: by 8. C. ture.
rovers, a* did Ihe''of the desire. .
'It bands, but only Stuartthe ment totaled 14,613.788 an] Thompson of Massenet' "An- We are takingthis y. opportunity to state our sincere f Inspector of Martin County building to In conclusion, the commission' I'. # '
other four selected to Increase, of 1425203.00 over, gelua" and Parnefelt'a'Praeluduum > views to the Legislators. You the reader as a citizen of JAYCEE I directly responsible In order to convey' Its stand to 'I '
I I the county commission.The Stuart residents issued a statei I I v I
o Miami
won first division
1945 and an all-time high In the Martin County or the City of Stuart should also Indicate r r
Waters pointed out that
ment for publication I
gilt reading. : move is meant to protect newspaper 'r
a the festival the judges thl state. I Eebrlng affair was not a contest immediately letter or spoken views your feelings on this CHARTER AWARD 'I Martin:! County's toned showplace through Its attorney M. O. Lltt- r t
nmended that the Stuart 'Mr. French said the money to defeat an opponent, but uubject.This. man, and then authorized LI t- J1,
I add one oboe bassoon and wa paid out to farmer for mUk rather a contest to win a ratingby is March 27th. The Legislature: will convene-on areas, Port Sewall Jupiter man to suggest to Rowell the j p f
clarinet to Its personnel. To- and other products to fishermen -I selected Judges, Evaluation April 8. If you want these important matters decided, by Island and Scwall's Point.It changes that would I be ''necessary Id i
Mrs M. J. Morrison preri- to employees in wages, and not a victory, was the band' local referendum IT IS TIME TO LET YOUR VIEWS BE BRINGS PRAISEState will not apply In unzoned In the city' charter should I I
of the ctatc and l local governments tor ambition he said. He outlined KNOWN RIGHT NOW. such legislation eventually beenacted +
Stuart School Band
areas.
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by the Legislature.The f
what occurred
elation and Chairman of Its taxes. I 'at the festival Additional legislation adver- .!
There additional expenditure and proudly reported that stu- ; President Acclaims subject aroused unexpected I
d of directors, said all three were AEROVETS, INC., GET Used In today's News Includes It
toe Instruments now are I I for a variety of purposes art was the only band In Its classto ,,2 PLANES AT AIRPORT Civic Significance Of i I an act to dissolve the present and strenuous debate for and ,t i
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W UIOCla tlon's hands ono end dividends, were paid to 792 win first division ,tn everything I'I--'I 'Group Stuart Park Board, place its I pgalnst such action and a large
Borden stockholders who live In It entered. Stuart' band I number. of citizens present either f.
al.
and would be added to I Arrival this Week of two In the hands of the city,
end soon The trio will cost the state and >> the company' alas the smallest of the 12 pre \ After describing the Junior I powers I were called upon by the com \ ;{!fI, ic
haal" Aeronca Champions at the Stuart and an act to transfer powersof
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, a* ) mlslson or volunteered for Comment. : .
I MM Mrs Morrison' profits.I ot these sent he .III\ Chamber of Commerce as the to f'0'
amount will be covered said by stockholders are residents of. In telling somethlng'of' band New. I[i Airport ha been announced "greatest force for good In the I I the Anti-Mosquito. Board It was pointed:: out hat 1 w' I
the county.Mr.
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''I the this area. history Waten said a* a resultof by Don Roger president Robert Bishop Orlando the proposal', having been advertised _
association ha solicit- Division LAST REMINDER AeroTet,' Inc. Roger said his country I and Mrs Rowell and in The Stuart ,News 30. I'_ 1
Shark Industries of ever Increasing I!
n !Its recognition State Jayoee presidentand ,
current drive for the will
Ellen and Mary
I''* betterment. The Borden Company, with Its of band work-more and more organization now 1 ts ready to doprivate a national director. presented I daughters days prior to Introduction In the I
refinery and at Salernoand music 1 Ia written it. Homeowners who are eligible flying and hopes to start I leave April 5 Jar Tallahassee Legislature consequently Would ,
"* syatem for the annual fishery being for the Stuart chapter with Its residence .;
will be In 1
I next there they rot the addition of '
the OI training program require a
officer at Stuart spent "The of school for claiming homestead f
e thi primary purpose charter at a banquet meeting i
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Contest year has been the session referendum clause,
during
I but the
. week. This will be at no cost to ; on- 'J
more than $200,000 In Martin bands la for the school children the
M Into 0 district contest to tax. exemption are reminded of the club Monday night at I other hand it stated 'that I '
former servicemen.On was I
interested
* the field tor the finals County In 1946 on payrolls flab,i 10 acquire musical understanding 'br County Tai Assessor A. Ltahthouse.Preadent Paul Youngaccepted TO
WARNED
has leased PUBLIC Rowell having beenduly elect.
the strip ,
tupplle and other operationalcosts and exper( nce" Waters C. Courson that 5 next group the charter for the: I ,
mly all competition was p. m. from the county at the airport, GUARD AGAINST ed to his office by the voter of I It 'e, :
at one time and place, but and did general business: i stated adding that "it 'afo| Is Tuesday U the deadline for Roger said he expected their club. I PROPERTY THEFTSExtra the county must be planning to 't I II I
In excess of a quarter of a million lor public enjoyment" after office the courthouse stressed the charter "
sore this year decided such flllnf In bit at office building would be Bishop I act In the Interest of the majority .
.Jjlertaklng ha become 1m- dollars:' The lucal business! noise through practice i U turn- ', Exemption cannot be completed new this week end and significance of affiliation with I caution for the next I of the voters. .4. >J> J\ ;
to rain topped 1945 by 40 per cent ed into music.'Because this band allowed unless 1 I both the State and national organization -
Judge for the bet ; a new application that a start has been made on several weeks In seeing that Also Llttman stated that according I \ .; iI
1ItI of all concerned, BO Economic value of the -Industry Is Stuart's nearest approach tot Is filed Courson said, eventhough building a hangar.FURNITURE *. He urged Stuart' all doors and windows be kept to general manner of ., w. I I "
instituted the system of here 1s indicated bv the fact, city symphony orchestra, he if ha been allowed I I -. Jaycees to take serious consideration locked In the absence of owners procedure In the Leglslaturf1 1 .1\0\ ,II''
w fllmlnation of which the that there are 31 on the direct, stressed that that high, level'"previously. Returns on 'intan I I| NEEDED: of the responsibility entailed Is nrged by Sheriff G. M. I Senator Crary of the newly- : I, I i ;"
V< affair was one of the pay-roll and that the average, of workmanship are being sought gible subject te .taxation.widgw's Some lawn furniture I Is needed b Y affiliating with the Hancock and Chief of folio created 12th Senatorial District Y. I;1 '
'i SJr* affair will b e held( : number of employees la in excess and he expect to have another and disability exempt; I the Nurses' Home at the Mar- bigger groups "because the overAll Roy C. Baker. This precaution would feel It more or less his 11h1el ''.''r f\
' Palnl Beach this week. of 60. The firm spends Between worthy entry for. next' ,.ear'* Ion claim, also Must be lied -County Hospital. If you have progra.n o: the Jaycee takes I Is made in view of the generalpopulation duty to support In the Senate ,I'' ,
to select additional eontest- $10,000 and, $12.000 annually for State festival. prior,to the deadline. Forms I't of this kind! you would work and sacrifice by every I I shift northward I my bill offered by RoweUfor ""L' '
, forte Miami final 'I'' bait alone, keeping 20,000 to 40- ''The club had 'lO guests. Erwin: and assistance for making j to give to the hospital please serious member to do the Job I current at this time ef the Stuart and Martin County, -e y ,;:'1: I 1,
I band' current personnel GOO pound .of bait 11&1to cold; Johnwtek. high school principal claims Pare available at Ceur- ct Miss Bergllot Nielsen at that la heeded In a given area." I year In which are Included The City Commission' statement I' ". \ '1
Ida: storage. ';was program chairman. son's office dally, ''the hospital. (CoHlimn-il an peace!_r.'lghf; ) many "Irresponsible persons." I Is printed herewith. I Ie \ : .
!III! --- -- Delayed for further consideration r
Howell '
flute ,

i*h Mclle Lou, Garner.Burgess Dolores; Rita Taube."cBlresh Buddy Joyce Bartup -., ONCE-QUIET AN.9Wi.! SCENE OF MAJOR ACTIVITYBy a that request the by commission by the the commissioner I American purchase Legion wa a I.I !!R' ,,ij e f 4',,.9,,


,*' .Jack Tlllman, Sally Oorn Camp certain Murphy building and Pt'o: : 'I) C! i!

IItta; Edna Malcolm Jane Matheson.Elklna, Edwin A.'Me>,jlninger. Jr., weekend. I titles of the area around Indian- being gathered and, marketednow System A MemorialIndlantown's i ij (Continued, on page I 1'/111)/ )
I Some 25 miles southwest of Stuart and situated ad- The Include M. else has
e1artnet;,Robert The company' land are leased town. group R. ; no'-hlng produced. I
Nuner and water supply r
vantageously, at the intersection of the St. Lucie and J. Crane, Other Important project under +
r Arbocut, Cross- ,to Interested farmer on a D. Howard Roy WEATHER'' '
horns i iro
''ber.m. turllne ; Greene Marcia Slat Canal and the main line "t the Seaboard Airline Railroad yearly basis at Wo an acre with well-known cartoonist C. ... way in the area Included the j system is a. memorial to hard. THE t

MaUieonandTc.Hayea.: '. ,13 Indian town. an unincorporated town with a popu- JJ of this refunded If at the end: Fawsett, R. t Hooks Dr. C. M. 17,000 acre purchased and being work. Initiative and Ingenuity.A ... _.. u mated .be t '
ria: Mary Coleman. lation estimated at between ,"00 and 600 persons" of the year the-land ha been' Meadow, Eric Rlvndal. Mr*. readied for crops by the white square frame building ,..... .....sn 11. a wpthe. "........ ti1 ti1r 1T
Wayne ,. .
Ltd Benny rulton'tromibaritone I Her i 11 a scene where quiet relaxation r krpt up. The company furnishes Richardson and Dr. Bossee.; Troup brother, of which E. K. standing near the Seaboard 1/ II'" ..,1.T__.,... Ihdl.,.
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I, Dee Law, ; can be a reality, small for: this urge In Indlantown'* the water for the land, pumping Their acreage was selected Troup 1* In residence In Indian. track. It formerly! hbused both a4.ws M,.. um yelp,
Oeo-
E Jim Chappelka: and I and off tie, beaten track as It life fall to the relatively new It out of the tanal with a both for Its location.and for IU town; 600 acre being developedby the water and electricity systems ...... 1\It .,,n. .' e iyM
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L Clements, bass horns sun1504 Is; a place where the Individual Iridlajitown Development, Company 80-horsepower 'motor" that can, rich: toll: It also U easily irritated the Miami Fruit Industries, for Indian town. However M... II ..t T s. t ?
Berman ;' can'step out and away from the forhleh H. McRae Baun- deliver 16.000 talioiia a minute I, and drained with water mostly for citrus fruit; 6S acres two years ago an arrangement :: ale ,.""", :; ess. f J
::r.den. JInI Boyden.ReltA'Don4 Ron... crowdedmain Item. But I It Is den I* resident manager. In addition Into the project's Irrigation sys: from the canal. The (land was which have been purchased by was reached'with" the Florida ..... u .., ,n 4. p
hews 'nd June MatouaeK also ,a scene that,starting suddenly to the popular redecorated tem. ''The company'also la responsible bought partly! from the Indians I. H. McCready, a fruit grower Tower and. Light Company ..:>:-4er .it, ,e"ale kt
uedoa and Miss. two yearn ago. Is being 'M-room Seminole Inn Saunders for the upkeep of the: town Development Company and from HIaleah, and put Into commercial whereby It would furnish power -- '-- -
. ba, Mila Morrison transformed Into"j! one of 'busy supervises the town' excellent main road and bridge : partly from the Southern States guava tree; other lands for >Indlantown from Port May-. '
ll, d MIssi Arbgast; activity) at 'an, 'ever-to reasInIrata. .atef iupply, system and the This project I It but one of the;, Land and Timber Company. So bought by McCready which be tea put up new power transmission THE TIDES
': company' 15,000-acre land project many In and around Indlantown far only about 800 acre have will put Into' lemons, sour oranges line Into the community
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+. New home* are appearing and of which Itoo acre now which are gradually turning that been put under cultivation, although and general crop fanning, and takeover the power equip -
\ t In town dormant for so long into. the remaining 1400 acre 2,000 acre purchased by' thHow.rd ment at Indlantewn. For $23.000 .
DAM new 'businesses- are sproutinghere are crop'and 1,071. .art Irrigated High ad Wv 5.1w 1. 50. Lan. Intel
I0 : and made of this deal was completed and immediately M' ...c .. a.,. eta st.u.rd pm..
and there. More and more and drained. a nvitalised. and thriving com ha. been cleared Fertilizer Company w ale ,
APRIL 8Ilona street art being paved and new President' of the company, munlt). I ready for _I'. Orlando, ,a good part of which hereafter work got. underway C. a.wal'a.'.. N4 PNN 5 add hw I..b.,II .nistw 50 ml.eqs <
in thi Conti.; outside interests an stepping into which U a subsidiary of the Sea. Syndicates Buy I, Variety of crop were; la expected to be turned into a to. build a new water fuels: '
or the United States "will 'createf( value out of wllaertness. board railway, to J. N. McBride: On of the more developed 'PInn1 the 500 acres, but this large citrus grove and the rest system for the town. x .tia.a t. :' ,
acted .1 I Po m. AprU Stwee. In the last If months. In of Savannah, Oa,and vloe-preel- one I* a S,000-aon project west I winter adverse weather ha of which will be for farm crop Completed but Feb. I at a coat *a... 13 ,1It. iN'' 5',
, of town which I mad result here, a elsewhere and and a H,000-acre of approximately tlSAPO! the ..... 50, ...... 5,54 vie viva.
dealrr. cHantown ha seen M.. new familiar dent 1 111 O. B. Rice of Norfolk, Va., being developedby pasture; se sac 5.4 C CC, $51M.
tt 1:11&II toJ arrlv* to make it their home. who-also to vtct- t of an Orlando tyndieate composed over the atate" disappointing.. ranch which I* owned by H. C. plant I Is a project to make any .., 5r4 art was ..rr'aeeS
suprtiM'endeMt .1 ,; Credit t* Company the railway.:Both' Land Mel ,of nln*' :the who! Only' restricted: quantities of Williamson 'and I Ia being used I I community= feel proud! lta.. ..U.I .. ..srtl.. \w .ad',15 45a7fr4'Tere'550'. :1I.n .. I

Il: ::' The greatest portion ot crqdlt$, l P1d'l! ytstttci ip x AI oe'p'1a.Hj. became interested, \\a -!I pepper, squash'and turnip 'are, fpr Improved pasturing. I '{CoaNnucid.on! p1 a Ekht" ) .$ II.I.I. !t q ref l5t4r'" ,1't'wu ,,1'-'i., i


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11.00 m 'rouT NiiV STt.4AT, lfat1A: County. norlda, TUMD 4y, r.UU1l 17. 1"'.
.!: OPENING NEW BAIT---
WILL HAT ,
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CHURCH GIRLS POSE BESlDt OLD' SUGAR CANE MILL I EDIT0A3T0-MEE1r t CHURCH GUEST SPE,4URS'' AND TACKLE STORE
\ (Reprinted from Second Section) IN TALLAHASSEE
I "YAW Miss Mary :M, Collier will speakon Al Ingram and Bob Ranch ?
DIRECTORY: 1 it Miami, March 11-IP'NSI-< > 'Experience W twmarty Cincinnati!, this week

i : (! 1t tuart e\o\ f lam were complete today for the Neurnberg Trials" aj ed I new bait tackle and m.Z

FIRST BAPTIST of the Associated the monthly fellowship tapper equipment, store In the f1'llril
Anne AWREV. I the JOInt session the
all at
I night
), structure ; P"tw at 1 tomorrow AvenI
,1' I J'HIL MA1WJILL Florida and the !
at DolllM of CoUletI
Published every Thursday I Methodist Church Miss formerly /Occupied by Rains
0 'r.hSilTm: ..... Mod. hit
1 I'' Stuart, Martin County Iloriddirby I ( : S Werablit, Associated Press Association bf I the daughter M ]Df. Cssa Collar J- Store I

,. Stuart Dally News, Incv a 'Ilf-M t: Er'E: SM! :ft --- I I lorida nl Tallahassee tomorrow. Memphis surgeon, and Is Tt be known, u Stuart BUI t

Florida corporation. I l..no.,, ;t. maintained .in the be". I i Saturday and Sunday visiting him at Menlawn at tackle ShOP. the new firm w
I Entered as second-class mall I...a. for, the, aaro OC abildive ..rt.. W. Bentley of the Brad- Eden. The program also will Include handle live shrimp and u>
the aanloaa.Inaubr I IW Robert sound
matter at the post office at ." Of the the Showing of a mullet all forms of cut bu
Herald, president \
I Xld.wftk ...1... : tnton Inland Waterway -
Stuart Florida under the Acts Visa a. Stores Associated Dallies, and Lee Hills movie 'Bird of the tackle repairs new tackle, IM

I 0 of March 1..1878.j FIRST sidn"o"BAPTIST I, president! of the AP grouP. re- ." Richard will bea boat rentals and charter. bcu
I The Rev 1 i bookings. -
j: \ FREE .PRESS 34 YEARS OF SERVICE ELDER !:. S DAK tit. Paolo I ported a record attendance of guest speaker at the church I .........
Florida editors is expected.
... HIS subject -
; .day10:00. .. Ahd-V lkbooll.I.ist .. I II Kent executive director a. T.30 p. M Sunday.
nd a. Cooper One Ser-
New Had
;. The StuiH Daily M a nowoMff sibes.CW16 will be If t
It the IUO.M. .l''IIt:: the. first newspaper 1:04 .,ft,;. Vftng peoplay. ."u".1 of the AP will be principal to Preach"
% Adri IIKII (vault.' Sr"ioa.r5" night at a mon
Saturday
A FREE PEOPLE on in peaker
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and the Stuart MMMnrtr with I,,: i : n Y "
okloh' Th. 'Til.*. ... ronaolKlatod WIll I .'."a .' KM' ._' Prayer Most,.* ', I I dinner for both groups. Governor ) EALE

: j'I. was fourd.d% 117 O.lobw The Misses I, lit*Daily. Its -News it.IV I Tit COACH-cor coo I I Caldwell I Cabinet mamber and MARTIN COUNTY; HOSPITAL
041ti.4 was lormorlr knowa u Utrtuib member of the Legislature will
\ ( florid. DoalopOT.a Feet a"itit" meet with the editors Saturday )BIRTHS: A daughter p.tricla'
11. ,... W f. Orowo. faalor March 13 to Mr. and
for dlscusslbn on born
Okorck School HAM. cfternoon a Ann,
A. i. .. "' : Morahif Wora li> II, o'.la t State Mrs fame Norris; daughter 'TE
iiiiihi-41 : pr6blems.MODEL
V. LYONS ::: .:.::. .::id' : han.80 day Night I I Dawn March 14 to Mr.II .
r Patricia
-- .Jj 4:10
I
( rldar Night;
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES I AIRPLANE: and Mrs John 'U Mennlnger,

I I k.ii' OM T.I.._ ..__ ,,_...!u: ''- Yura._........... ..._....... ..... I tt to JmtplI'l Cleveland CATHOLIC WwwoAft. ; I MEET SCHEDULEDA II son. Steve March tt to Mr.itunl-and Proper Of all kinils

.. ,. ..... ,..... 1. J. ORA Mrs. Jim Johnson; son
I II 1 1."1 mad 11 k 00 Appliestia" 'no management reserma the II.Ut. Winter, Saadar I, I an! II
..j", .., .. ..hl. .d..ft'.t Asset free-for-all model airplane bert March 23, to Mr and Mrs for isle.Alfo .
\ ,,, \..6
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Salgrdaf 4 u I .P. a. a.a1Tl I enthusiasts. Is scheduled April 3rd. to Mr. and Mr*. Leon ta and .

101'"r'w: : :: ; ; i6SS4! ClUlip f AMA j SO at Navy Municipal Field in zones of Palm City, insur.&nee.
tiinmmiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniimiiiiii miiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiii
... Miamr
It II admitted and discharged .
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR kPISCOPAL! SFAVICrSI" Under the joint sponsorshipI Patient: Edgar, Houston, Jensen
West Tiled' Stleat I the Naval Air Reserve and theSouth '
I Dealers Beach! Mrs. H W Bell tran -
JlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllM MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt fXNTOX.0zl.Ar I Florida Hobby
i. 31. sector in
IIn. Hospital
ferred to St. Mary1"
Association the meet l to Edward
lVappen
i CANST THOU BEAT IT? s" :"V Robert Littler
: tt W f'm.n.uiikm.I free-flight models with or without West Palm Beach, PP

Consider: the editor! A child I M born unto the wife of II:
'it i 'nu! i chant in the town The physician i grtteth 10 plunk conitaunin.. -A No entry or admission fee will Bound. Realtc
I .
I; In ill tor wntetft stick and a half And telleth the multi- \..to, your* r"PI :.: Posed beside the giant Iron roller which at one time crushed be charged to''contestants or Patients admitted: Mrs Bill

i uuu' that the child tippeth the beam at nine pound Yea ACISAINT111 sugar cane for English Colonist/ at the historic Spanish sugar pcctatori. Trophies and prizes Abbott, Salerno; Honor Bern I P-O. Arcade Bid-

,: hi- heth even an a centurion. And the proud father Jfiveth wavlagdTo mill are two Daytona Beach natives. The mill and surrounding Kill, be awarded. srd. Jame I ,phone
him a Cremo. .. oath mania garden are situated at Port Orange. J mile south of Daytona i Martin County fan can secure Patient Discharged 19
la
Mrs. .Florence -
I 't Ii A. ,:. of Florida's scenic attraction I entry blanks and contest rules Pendarvis. Salerno;
Behold the young one groweth up and graduateth. Mt: Holt rowannlta Reach, and have become one outstanding Oellesple MdMr
Frank
A IICI! the editor putteth in the paper a swell piece. Yea a r-dlf fctTHODIST CHURCH *. l by writing C. R. Quick, 1898 NW Kurd

,r n'). i mmh), of a notice. lie telleth of the wisdom of the young 1 1 R.y* ttuwf W 0. With AldHd the.a, TaalarTk CklmaiI ..- -- I 36th St., Miami 37. -*.-Pearl- --LIU- --.- ....---:-- ----- ..--

vMimnn and of her exceeding; complmesp Like unto the

,rts,( s of Sharon i 18 the, and her: gown IH played: up to beat Itj: a. Sinaafl"iol tgMk- Wor.alp:::: I, $500 CONTRIBUTED
a
I l h. bind And the dressmaker getteth two wore and four .. ye.... ,.."* '..pl.', ".''lew.hl.. IN USO DRIVE PON TILE &
I ill, Ta. Is..., I IIt.
.hll. W. I.
!l1I1J men. And the editor note of thanks from p .1. .... FISHINGIN 1 '
gets a the ...,.. II.... Mother "' Tw -thlrlla; of the $750 quota
.. .. ....
ehtho In TILE
\MI(I't girl! graduate .1"d to A 4 AfiMALT FLOOR
awre'ry during tho ......''n.1t..1. for the current USO drive In INLAID LINOLVMAND
And the daughter J jfoeth( on a journey Aiid the editor I Martin County has been collect.

I ihioweth, himself on the story of the farewell party It ViAt.f.' d.itl as rp.110 is m.a/MW--k hearovis ::"I". ;:. THE FAMOUS \ I ed to date. report Angelo Tslmas ING for RESTAb AtS, HOE< AND

i inneth a column solid And (the fair one remembereth all .or sorli.... I II drive chairman

him, from afar with a picture postal card that costeth nix I PRESEV ERIAN CHURCH St. Lucie Region : I In view of the county'* unfailing 114DUISTRIAL ISHMENTS
FIIITI i
i(III a jitney. 'ik."Wo ment's Class i I record of the past Tslmas

Behold he rcturneth' and the youth of the town fall I i It I,M .*...m. .C.B A...aar CarrM.>...Poster..1.I W...... I Ii I 'VHF TIiUIt .rOHTSblAM_ X CUA OIAN OF MAI URAL RIsOIIAC19 said A special request his been Tile Floors C atified in axe'd

'I.>wn and worship She piiketh one and lo, she picketh "I. Mort....r.Ad..1t Krwi......111.parlUal ....1 I made to meet the quota by the Phone 311

:i It'muli. But the eilitor culli'th him one nf our promising I ...-.... Ptiffis'l 1.Z., ., internatlohally Marine Studios here la a pieceof April k deadline Donation may' Stuart
\XArlbw ....... .IWO't. Bill Gray, I The mailed
"kap,11. to
Mrs
onDif\ men and jCf'ttt'tI'lIlWIlY with it. And they Rend unto ... 0. ... Womails, ........ W-0', fishing expert.] new occasioned by the recent: Lloyd Travis

hi editor a bid to the wedding, and behold the bids are II. I"to.IJaLl:" known big name porpoise there I treasurer Box S21. Stuart.. _. .. __ ._--... --'-.---- ... --
birth of : -
iahioned in a far city. VNION CONCaCCATIONALPalai u down at the Fishnhol, Port a baby up --- -- -- Inseam
CHf I IIIEV. I ISewall.' these days, nil head- The scientific world has
and in
Flowery Ions: the wedding rmtice which the
HARRISON .L, i-ACKARD TaatefI
while he gathers specimens to Marine
'turned Its attention
dltor minister .... quarters
i printeth. Tre getteth his bit. : for Marlneland at 8t Augustine Studios with the recent birthof
Monilnt Woraalo.RtSBYTEHAN
The editor printeth a death notice, two columns of '
I ''ntuitry, three lodge notices axubit of and card COMMUNITY I! a porpoise In the ocean-
poetry a CHURCH 'We are principally Interested arlum the first successful "AL SAYS"Bess
III ;hanks And he forgetteth' to road proof on the dead, HoW. Sound "
.. ,.. In the larger stuff around here, birth of one of these cetacean
''d"f the darned" thing cometh out "(;one to Her Last Roast- II .. ... a.".'.'.''.'0 I'B-hant.." he said, 'whip rays Jewllsh I II animals In captivity The calf i

IIIL i'luc.e. Allyst a.... Dismiss, vorabit.CrMUtlAft I U aw fish and such, and we saw I was born on the afternoon of
And all that are akin to the deceased jumpeth on the SciENCi SOCIETY OF i I plenty on the reefs outside the Feb. 26, the delivery lasting I

< diM with exceeding Ereat jump. And they pvlleth out I East STUART Fwarth Shosem. 1 inlet until the bad weather camealong only 29 mInutes. The umbilical ,

ihi>ir ads, and canceleth their Rubs, 'ahd they swing the 11 a. Ourgk ay"lfaa.CHURCHES \ In early February. cord was severed Immediatelyby
hummer even unto the third and fourth generations ----.---.:- .... "" Cray also U tnt mted in the I the mother and the calf Hardware
OF CHRfeT! SCIENTIST j smaller specimens
!NO PLEATS, PLEASEIt's -REALITY" .K l As ...10.10'" of the;horsfi and angler fish occailoh- two apief females. The largest
hard to believe ........s..... trklrk win .ha ...ad hiCa ,1 ally trough up by the "shrimp porpoise, at 450-lb. male, ,
yet it is impossible to fold a piece _n>k.. of Ckriit SrlMilhl. ihrminhTka pusheri' of Jensen, and has putout seemed to resent the presence i
i 01>i paper more than nine times regardless or how thin the L.t the world alk I..d.II.... 30. word up there to save specimens of this 20-lb addition to the

; original, sheet may be., Try it yourself and Hee. Use A let- 0 Coldon Text all "Thml., O I"".... i for the St. Augustine six porpoises quartered In the I Has the Merchandise

I /m ad,, a newspaper pagd or even a piece of Kleenex kail >.d.ra fw "": and thy. roni'aibrannc museum Circular tank and began attacks
nmkiiig! each fold reduce the size by half. You'll be yr- Into' all aMiM-aHon- ,ITKUlflWrlltilll I\ I was interested In his account on It that endangeredthe

Mined I as we were, to find that seven or eight folds are ). of a parasitic disease "which pups" life. The buck was

!IIImo.4t that you can make. Ih Anterior 1..Ra.the ell.tlnaa'.i. the rhlk f"iowlo tonnrbrIka ,.... ( causes 90 per cent of the mortalIty rendered Inactive by. doses ofparaldephyde NEW-\ I,

a aIn Bikl., .. .. I of the fish In the tanks" It in its food and
the flid
ll mi> l> naa thin |
1945,32,106 rural free mail delivery routes covered ilk .1....... and ,lh. .... 'that IfItt.th I appears that this Is caused by I the attacks ended. The calf
1 i5,059: miles at a total cost of $107,046.080 It esti- unel....wrid'iter Wi..- 6 the .I rlidim .. an almost Invisible crustacean will nurse for about 1 months' eddbn PRods
IK
.. .,. .
hall 'hh. IhifMurr ret .01r
.
Florida waters. Fish
milled/ thatlpproximattolr'/ 29, ())8.O()() people enjoyed the lth, nil thv nMlnr .W i iCr ..do.'n..' ; prevalent In before. It starts a fish dietIt
r( ivlrli. roll, 4,71, from the Bahamas are free from swims constantly by ItamoLher'
i prince( of 11H,1 service last year h. I......."' ,..... al.. 1"fl.don,, t"1"1..1. \
.
the and muchof '
,0 is a .. ....... froor the (;hI...... parasites. tide spends Penn Rafels
III..... ............ "N'loaft. a.d Health Most of the colorful fish now Its time sleeping or eatingIn
"Wanted : Watchmaker with reference; who can furn.j No.. Key t. the Seriptum"' by Nmry10.1s ,
Marlneland \17 It has gained weight
J j ish tools I Kdity' LI'(.. Trulk' .M ivon 'being taken to are days
; stage age experience and salary required. the ...11.1.. .f dlvlM, S<-1...... Th.r coming from the Florida Keys. and added Who colud predict that tremendous results this simple d.to faith ... $,law rHll- rb.d In I While we're on the subject of I original 33-tn length.
.... .. .
I ified ad would brine.when trUtut uHilr what Uiarraolrd __ _--00
: it appeared In the Chicago I U-0 teetering .. -. '
san so mlork 1 only
I 1 Nr In 1887. Yet out of it grew the largest mail ....01 to....." .." vi "I"..
''P p' ise in he world Sean Roebuck and Com- mass.harrot only. sphitad to Trath.' ...T... waswNd... .la-\ .symk..It.:I Slew Small-Size; Air Mail Stamps AND SEVERAL SCARCE \EMS IN TA/KLL' WILL BE .PLACED ON SALE

I ,.!.ich expect to do a billion and a half dollars' the .....1. is the real until tool,. aciw U. I il SATURDAY AT 9:00 A. M\O S-00 11. /. SUPPLY liMITED '
;
OF (brIMlan Hctmtr
w<,rth of business through their many retail stores and by I vantirsIdIMNS. he .....rf 'spirtual.no.
mail this year. -.... .Munition' hop. faith Will Go on Sa'le Hete May First :
I ."",dl... (Mobs, ..,111>' IU':1I'4.1)
. The man who ran the ad was Richard W. Sears. The ..U..
I"C" who answered it A. !
man wall S. Roebuck
a 'o" o 'CHOIEE CLOSING For the first time since ''I the. current Issue. Is designed to
: I
t 13 APPROVED BY I mediately after the first c meet tbe 'need of an Issue that' See OiV
,\ Last year recording companies turned out In estimated LAKE CIVIC CLUB War when Lhe first two sets cart be distributed<< In coils lendIng 'I Display
225,000,000 record!) worth a quarter of a billion American airmail postage inachlnes and booklet: The _

dollars One company made its I billionth record It Id LAKE HARBOR, March 27 were Issued the U S. Post costal printing 'also U reported

initiated[ that it would take 5000 years to play all the! ree. The Lake Harbor-Civic Club has I 'ice Department yesterday considerably I :less for this l new I IThe <# cf
ow-4 i made to date Some of our local radio /stations are cons! ort record aa unanimously i eawd-a small-sized 5-cent los*, It I Is being printed In red

I now( trying t to beat that record.. opposing reopening of Lake, mall stamp to facilitate the Post Office Departmenthas Lawn and Yacht Chairs fElAch Pad Is Cushions a Grills
o
We have a lawyer friend to thank for the story of the on grounds that sport Halving However Stuart otHer new IssueA In the next fourmomths. I and Spring:''Beach and Re/reatiV Nece .stie!

judge' who after speaking sternly to the defendant in a i :: has been found to be much. Ralph W. Hartman On April' 11 I, a commemorative .
ncn-support case said "And rot going to give you(; wife better since. the big lake wa> that the new stamp would In honor of Joseph Pullt-

.'\>0 dollars a month!I" dOled to commercial operation be available in Post Offices set.will/ appear, In May thre"tiss4es / "*
The culprit beamed and replied "Why that's Just with the business brought In by until the supply of the will coincide with the International \
an Increasing number of vilst-
fine, Judge. And every once in a while I'll toss In a couple! Ing sportsmen more than offsetting Issue U exhausted and this philatelic exhibition I
bucks KA.M. did not expeet to occur In New York City May \17-25, a
C"" myselil" the commercial angle. House
before May 1. commemorative In honor of Uleamng TimeSEE
The' group also that
requested
MERICAN TRADitiON Except for those first George Washington Carver will
AGAINST THE Miami canal be deepened
as a dozen issues, all U S. appear In June and July 24 will I .
The decision, which was 4 to 5, goes against the grainIng third major outlet of LakeOkeech stamps have been put out In mark the release of an )!Issue SEE OUR STOC WITH AVlDE VARIETY
sectarian schools eligible for tax aid in bus transporintion it LUcie bee In .addition: to the sizes to attract the attention marking the Brigham J unK- OF

cost is decidedly against the American trtditidnind outlets. and Caloosahatchee pobtal'clerks for special Mormon Salt Lake City Centenary '
it is to, be hoped that in thin case the court will reverse linic The nrw stamp which Most of these Issues will be BROOMS .* MOPS lo .

Itself, as it has in a number of other "doubtful decisions." KANZLERS CATCH lorporalet thl main. features. .3-cent denominations.'
------ -'- CLEANING
A principle of American democracy is that the church I COLORFUL FISH MTEttlALSt .

shall at all times be kept separate from the state an a guar. HORACE D6tR.161'I Inch tube with a picture size..of.I bertthi Needed "
Ill of the constitutional right of freedom of religion. Ernest Kaniler, Ford executive NOW PRESIDENT 10 by 13 Inches. The control unit I\, for ,your Sprin\dlear.ing: t .

Religion is an individual matter -<- hot one in which children Robert and Ka- TELEVISION FIRM also haul provision for a'public I
the State or local Governments should meddle. The extension trlna, and friend peorge Apple. 1
Atdtr.;;;; :address system connection. Appliance Deliveries
of tax monies to any religious group, Catholic or ton caught 17 reef fish from the Horace Are\ncreasing
Protestant eventually will result] in the Intrusion of Peter Pan with Capt. Ted Preston con of Mr. and Mrs Horace Atwood I Ia married 'and has .
toy wood of Stuart, rind former one son, Alan He 'lives at 347 '
Thursday WE HAVE A V AlL OLE NOW A NUMBtR
ernment Into religion. OF 119 t: 3d A'kD 40
Don U. Hawley of Geneva til, In the local schools ls now Sylvan\ Road Bloomfield N. J. GAlLoN ,
to that ELECTRIC '
Florida eountiep their regret, have learned and fc. T. Murphy dent of Industrial AND BUTANE146TWAUIkNaTtR
Syracuse N.
the / of accepting aid from the State of Florida has
price Y., hooked and lost t sallflshThursday I Inc..,I newly established : FERN MILL OFFERED .. : '
been ft dictatorial insistence l by the \::1echn overseeing the from the Barracuda, N. J. concern, according to TO CITY OF STUART t
budget of the' counties. Thin be applied tb Capt A. Hunter. received by his parents her.. ALSO bUO-TrtERM WAtER AND
the use of tax monies to, furnish services\ for any relirlousIj"rouJhe David P. >' P The firm manufactur'i Aa a special meeting of the SPACE HfeXTttRS

Sawyer, Jr:, e 1nrnJ: : Howard vision receivers, featuring & Fern Hill Cemetery Association '
}: recent decis/on of the IE: Supreme Court mak. O. Smith Vero Beach unit construction which at the court house Monday ATTIC SUCTION Aim PORTABLE FANS

of all Americans who agree with the founding fathers caught more than 100 reef fish/ the viewing screen to be night a resolution was passed WIDE VARIETY OF fClW t
as
that church and state -best go their ways in separation Saturday from the Peter Pan. ed apart from the control authorizing the board of directors '

ceiver and several screens, to confer with the City Com + .. : ,
One! employer We know has given\ up baseball games. 'The first world auto speed record stalled throughout a building' mission with regards to taking

nit just 1 Can't stand hearing the umpire call I strike.-HiCijy was mad tt Daytona. la be operated by the one & over the cemetery and attending

Letter, Summervllle-Trion, Georgia. 1903 a speed of (8 /mile per unit The proposed to ILl upkeep All assets of the '

hour, Incredible In those day, schedule for the first year association aUo would be turned BESS HARDWARE 'eO.If

SHOULD KNO W but a snail's pace compared to, operations U 75 complete over to the commission I ,
I icelvoinaUnits U C. Klckllter of the board of
Her father !"*"0 She's consented to mart/ you!! Sir Malcolm Campb U'. IMS under construction directors; presided at the requestof .

Young rbAn. you're the second-happiest man I In the world.: record of fit. /mile pet! hour at tain 20rlnch tubes presenting PKsldent L S. Qregorie Forty # : 3 hill 'm\RT..f'LA-;

-",'.. Rotary Talk- HumBoldt, Iowa. 4 Da1t na. picture It by ,II Inches anti five ftnembers attended. --W j :



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i r TIE BTltaBT mrWS TOAST! U nbt fMwtr Florbb TBTRWit UtiRTI 17, StiTA rAGE TIILE* r ,


stump of $ giant 'cypress 25-BOAT RACING FLEET UNDER WAY AT ST PETERSBURG IllllllllllllllllllllUlnJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU/ / I II FILM PLUGS USO .1 i :1t1:

grown during the glacial r ;
? I ObituariesppunipullpllpglualplnunjllNalll
,uncovered by subway r'lfIi
wai '
nrel. rWien OB August 6, 1(31, himlhdelphla. &*&*> \ BOAT RENTALS 1l ;

Th stump measured I MRS. CHARLF9.: : PETTY \ \ ;
Mrs. Charles Petty, 34, the / 1 ,
IT feet In circumference former Oraoe Blount of Stuart All! Boat Powered By Inboard Engines I: !i,1 1

I[ Yxcds Add arsesob I died unexpectedly' I of pneumonla :j 1 '.
March 13 at Fort Jefferson,
FT{ r.+.r o sro :L t Her sister, Mrs. Ralph Ul- {Summer Rates, Effective lit April : I t f
rs.lsd
cool ,mer, of Stuart attended :the funeral ; '

p n'eutn Iloe., RK Gas+, fie Pi Ichtea t1DtiA, I March and It.burial Mrs Vlmer service returned there I Per Hour -$V 1,00 $ L50 1.75. I : 1 I, .i I } I .,!''

and s M readna tat kRT horn Tuesday ,

PRUG CSTUART I and Survivors three small Include ions her; three husband cistern I I Per Day)0, ) $ 6S $ 7:50: :. .: ; i !III: :
A* M TO S f M :
Mrs Ulmer Mrs. Julia It *; rl '
Rothrock, St cloud and Mrs. : : !
CQIIiiSSiO' Pauline) prultt, Scofleld. Va, and I Ii .Per V, Day $ 3.GX:;;ROe s ..t..2IL ijr.
cI i Gorda I r. M. ToeP.M. 'i 1I
I4ee1i ; ;
lay ,
!te Bob Hope one-reel short 'Re :l \i

8 P.2n T, C. BARBER'T. 1 port on USO to the USA" PelWeek 1130 KR5 oo $41,00; (\ t.1''

a thtA I C: Barber, SO. died of a henrt will be shown at the Lyric \ \ I' I
|attack at 1:30 a. m. today at the Friday and Saturday in connection ; I
's Hal rsis Martin County Hospital where with the current! local J\H"I! 1 .' J
he had been for a week He /Is I drive Senator Evans trary '! ;
the father of MM. Bill Porter of
Stuart and he and Mrs. Barber Will speak on behalf of the I LUflE j I
ST. RIVER CO. INC. ; .
Always )come had come here xor a visit; with I drive the theater.at >:25 p. m Friday at .i ;' 1,1; '\ I
Mr and Mrs. Porter Mr. Barber* ." I
I was a textile manufacturer of ----- 58 U. ,S. Highway f 1 I' ,,':?!:' f
,IIIIIIII llllllllllgllllllll Illlllllhlllli/PI/ A. light wind, favoring smaller craft! sends off a IS-boat fleet at St. Petersburg' at the tact of a I Mt.. Airy, N. Cv II4RTMAN ANIIMITII\ r '
yacht lace between the Florida city and llavant Starlight, a cutter owned by James BrUkel, or His physician, Dr. Roy Mitchell FINISH FLIGHT SCHOOL Stuart Florida : i j. : .
Miami (lower left), crosses the starting line first of Mt Airy flew down Friday and Jack M, Hartman and Billy I' :. '... r:I II
Iglassw broke j will accompany the body back Smith, students at John B Stet South End of St Lucie River Bridge' 1 U9. .'
-- -- '
--- -- --- --- tA Mt. Airy where funeral andburial .. 1t 1\
son University at Deland, were I j. : : \
rv ce.iJi :
= Ut us ,rlpaur then or Col. Joseph Stehlin ot the U.Johnwick Elected First President Survivors Include be his held wife; 2 graduated fast week -by the Orange I. ;'
S. Army Air Corps of Miami and Chester State Flying Service which 'IH
sons Barber of Durham t
--- --
i you stoke.( Oopticun \ Is coordinating the Ot aviation ,/
= Madame Tee KaChay of the N. C., who came to diuart last I
Of Little Theatre week and Jim Barber studenta training program with the college \j i
= csnl rejoice the = Chinese Embassy of Washingtonwho Organization a \ I
North Carolina. Mate: College: course They received licenses 1 ,
\ broken lerjfs without ft I Js vacationing In Palm ----- --- --- -- his daughter of Stuart, and a as private pilots college credits .
Eeach were recent guests of Little Theatre; .; movement brother Ira Barber of Mt. Airy fur the ground school subjects ; 'i'' I

prescri o and do thee Sf State Crary..Senator and Mrs. Evans I I r launched night In when Martin a group County ot]i I Carolina The family for will the drive funeral. to North How about that Easter Gift? : \


met and elected of ALEXAN R GORDON Is I I ;
a {
Jew Box W r 6f1i: to direct ,the group dur BUSINESS INCREASES If you're in' a quandry as to ,
West Palm rh, i
TEEL
i
RE flOM Ir / the coming year Florida business activity was what to give that special person ;j ;I' ;
and ALUMiN
SASH. hex
2N. 2NDST\EET I bf CO RIBS Efforts Is Erwln Johnwlck. I greater than in by 1945.one-fourth the research last year and 723, Pho 34 au9539 this Easter your'worries are f ;' I
Fort Pierce c 6 WrY. / Legion principal_ Martin Industrial division of the Florida \ '
: Florida Bank BuildV g'immimiiifiiiilfiuiMiimiiimmiiiii= v.teN.4wc i schools, and a former State Chamber of Commerce reports over visit our itore today '

IMt g IM ll V*rREr OWM ,tRTIORt. nand.A moor, a: : ; : : I participant In.LIttle Thea-I after examination of busl- r the right re'f'eJ1)branceJ! : .
work In, fIaln.avllT' .. Man. ness gauges showing annual t'
American director will. be Mrs. Glenn trends The comparable nation r II
ri 1, He Is who has had wide ex al average figure was 7 per cent ,
ddJ ous \ In the theatrical busl- -- ----- -- 'wpi) BUDGET PWCES iJ"l1",
L Salerno She will be assisted by > SOAEHCLE7E4IIEF i WIDE SEJ/CTJON "
selection committee com BEST PRESSED_ WOMAN t I! t
MO EY ,
Dr. and of Mrs. Price French, Mr. C I '
'wart and Davey, Miss Edith Mc. HIM !I'II I'\
: who. have ; and Gerald
BIND LaPointe. \
1 I the S.. to head the finance lcheo II IIIL III
for their was 'David Marshall, 1 11s \ )
JOBBING S* CONTRACTING Pa, They tinge rt'J
attorney He will be as Rub on NE A'BALM {
PROMPT.. nCIENT>SayiCE vacation by Mrs. Pearre Madeira / : Tie Sets I i.lt
ALL JiTORK GUARANTEW George, +s INEiRATINO I 141, I
Mrs C. H John. Mrs Carroll ,
Gold Pen Knives .
r Field here ,edlndo. roheM
Phone 308 WMerriman's was elected secretary. 8t .
trip was \ appointed LaPolnte 1, hat agreN away.it P'I I :
to their ; French Mrs. Garland 2 STIMULAr1N0
completed and Mrs: O W. Con- -' solos arcul.no.ale.ro help OP HER
School of to; make recommendation bre.4 uP th For Neeklacee ;
'!< an a permanent meeting place ., I1 n t tI '
w'H
Nwnb.ls
phia the and rehearsal : ,ru, alma eaT.roro IlrateleU
hall
TaVern group se ut n. ro week .
the study permanent quarters havt ,. wab.. Pnh Mrfan blooy.od, Eat rlnlfs I
. S which, found. It was decided to ac I a hl. s. .,nna a.urrlN.Tba 1
L. .
school -' | the offer of Dr, Walter mNr.N u lb, .er esercw, .r. Pearls i j
RECEIVED
HAS JUST A CH/ICE LINE
usual to use a reception room at r..4 .,N '.4.4. wer14 Spray F'ins
OF Fhllco Flagler Avenue off icea. 1W Ind eo a ,
,.
AlN o ,1 Mss olenlRir
a position Fairfax a winter resi I ad /5 back rou ,,cr.np
I II IRORTED ITALIC WINES plans to ; and retired actor. offered ten i.k.Mot 4.tM. .n q.,, und-ia- ro WE HAVE A VERY IDE : :
!before organization the benefit of ocoloIa l .-k ...
u e .not Maa N
EN Y THE FINEST DICE COLD career. long experience. He stressed ,b..hu.s n5 CLANMm.lea tiECTION OF LADIES AND CENTS iC;
: ro eu hew yaw wool .r I
bnportance'of presenting welaoN. ,del, I ol neoa1Ps r4ro II
Mr. and i which be owrl..or nest ,b Mh hswb.Is. Feelnl.ed. WATCH BRACELETS I
can offered with; is ,
BOTTLEBEERS! veep ?er teal enter tlely
left sets and the Im- b, fnlln0 doonr, m bolder,
home I nce of proper casting and tS \TJcul|...f'u 25*, SU'ed $4.25 bath. ;k'r

mi Brands season at : : MODERNCLEANSOOTHING C & E. Walker Jewelers f p'
dence- I DeBerry announced that Ii
BEER BY Trfc ASE TO TAKE OUT will be chosen and ar- IJEURA'BALM't 2AS t i'
\ Mr and made for casting at 247 Osceola Ave. Stuart, Fla. 4
WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES
AND PAIN
I ICJ REAM Jensen : at 8 p. m. next Tues- I IS
week for In Dr. Davey office f.I!
CIGARS *1 IC/TCTTES CANDY several attending the first meet- 9 :lwi
j here were C H. John Mr. and
4EWSPAERS In } alb'A Henry R. Gteffens, Robert I
i
companied Mrs. Johnwlck Mr. and .x.wk i b hIi
OPEN J 00 A. M. TIC 00 P..M. ,,111. Mr Stewart Springer, Mr. and i
and baby 1 Dick Dozier, Mr. Ireland
CLOSED, SUNDAI lathes in Walter F. Davey Mrs. I '

the family senior' : I I Jr.,Dehon and.Karris Low- F You Establish Your Person" Affairs I .!1 1f

R. E.. now 1
I
: Jim MerrimqnZ41 at Jensen I /!:
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property ATTEND CONFERENCE: MRS. CEOHGK C., MARSHALLMrs. .
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, Osceola Aye, ,:: ford ployed Pa.In M. -Marshall: attorney Marshall wife of the ,r On A Business Basis When Yoq Cjpen If.I If.
tore In the Green BId,., will IT S. Secretary of State hasbeen .
designated by the Fashion 1
the \ ; j the annual Conference! on I
Taxation In Miami Academy In New York as .. ft!
I. Mr. and starting Tuesday and the best dressed woman In '
( I Saturday through/ ,April 4. The American public! life She is A Personal Checkin Account f if'
SALEI where ; Is sponsored by the Uni staying at her winter home In : : t
cruise IY of Miami and the Insti Pinehurst, N. C, while her "
\ husband attends the Foreign I I,
Army Surplus Buil/ings home) on : ,i on University Federal Taxation, of New Ministers' conference In M".. i h<< >

t ?: Mi Edgar T. cow. I With This Ban he i.,. 1 :
:: the France '
taining hi .
i Anderson, I 'I ) ,
I
Is re
Easter
Specials '
I
juries ,
several' .' .', Not only are psonal ckecfng accounts cconomicnl to '1 I II'

': but ale many Jr our patrons tell us

Many ., .
ei. wild Perfumes that this form of bariXtisy invaluable in estab- I' !

Highlands j I i \ .4 .ail\: lishing rtemntlc, biKiaffed spending One of ,7'Q4 kI: f
i.Prefbibric i. near Arde.. .. .. :1.75 Up4ar.5 I'" : ,
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Mist <(It', ou) ..? ..... .... $1.75 Up on 'a business) basis mto c4\quit\ us about this ti l lx

practicable and po ar syatg .' y t l'

s e Overall Size (Intoxicat ) ,,, ,.,-. J4-- $10.00 I
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kNOCK-DOWN/IITO EASY-TO ASSEMBLE 1 KflU. RSVP -, .$7.S I A

INS CCTTHE '
Gf14E0. Vogue ,. .. $7.50 I f
u.n-ly built of JEood (Ade yellow pine( lumber. -- ,
r Drop a'JWf. rUP\QOFi Shiplap on 2 x 4 YOUR -- .

r1 LeoveredJU>Mi 90 Ik. \te roof ing. FLOORS Ied I -- -.... ........ #-.. --$7.50 '
4 x S siIJ I 4 windows, (screens ,
| Msempnt R zww CITIZENS' OF i.
ed shutters) [screen door'DELIVERY In Paris Sets; .$1.50 to $9.ti0, .BANK STUARTMember

WE AIIR Vp, YOUR SITE .

i! 915 Laa4l.d onck (Travel Trur, s Special) -, ......$1.25 : The Federal Reserve. System, and .Federal Deposit. Insurance'Corporation. ;


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11 i rAG: FOUR STUART NEWS' STUART, MaatinCounty, Florid. 'THVRSDAT, MARCH *7, 1941. --





iij'i' I >La><< SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNT' Y )({ J



J ed the team and U expected &

I 1 STUART' NINE I PRIZE ROOKIE.JOINS MINNEAPOLIS MILLERS Illinois Visitor Commends TRACKMEN GET star mile In runs the, 440-yard and bait,I




or i iGa4vndw BEATEN 11-1 1 t 1 Revitalized Golf CourseFred SECONDTEST stAftSN/"


L Hall, president\ of the .group of Stuart .
o't TO PLAY COCOA businessmen/ who are seeking/ to revitalize the Martin Enter G-Team Meet In West

,P/CE I r I County Golf and Country Club this week received heartening 1 Palm Beach .

d ,3 Q demonstration of how our Northern visitors react Ol Today NYl N +
ruler,
four ZALE. middleweight Biggest his BTOUD'H efforts durlnir/ the cast three months.
I starred I In the belt ring fight of 8 Error Factor In Twelve member of Martin
INS..Ilia. dozen miles to >pir*. His High School' Defeat. Golfer Bert Simmons of Elmhurst School' track team BAIT ASTI LINE
hurricane meeting with J\ock.Grmz '--- 111. term the course a]f grass sown with Bermuda which Count; High
.no happened to b. one o( that Martin County High School I I novelty to Northern rllstors His soon should mature Into an Ideal left this morning for their tee- sad

thrillers :you won't see twice In a first baseball team in 15 year letter to Hall: (' coverage and test of the Mason In a six- other Smooth Ii alter this

lifetime. still wa seeking Its first victoryof ''r't' "Golfing enthusiasms from the i My first, weU-dlrecWd putt, team meet at 1:30: this afternoon equal test, I
There was no other. tight even close the season today a* It girded t North, sojourning In Stuart, "will |I lopped halfway to the cup, my Bl Central High School 111'West Braided roceased by '

to this on. I can t recall any other itself for a night tilt In Cocoa forego a most Interesting experience next, 10 feet past It, but after Palm Beach.In out sped slow. careful

who ever Tuesday. S J( i a r If they do not give/ several heart-breaking four and addition to Stuart, team methods hick insure
t more Intestinal Af.er being forced to forfeit Martin County Dolt Course a five-putt holes, at last I gaugedI from Okeechobee City Fort Lau- greater a th and ease

fortitude thin Its opening game with Vero w t I i i tryout before returning home. I proper roll I and learned the' derdale, Vero Beach and Miami of sped ads in nine a
sale showed thatSeptember Beach March 18, Stuartl team k "Upon learning that the course I I 1 secret merely ; in knowing how have been Invited. teats fr 9 so III.

night, guttered an 11-1'defeat Fridayat : had been opened to the public, And on my third round I fin- Coach Charles Kindred held

I'when of a foggy he came dream out Fort PIerce.Ern..r. I took my long Idle clubs out j Silly equaled my usual Northern trial yesterday\ afternoon to determine NOR CH tIN COMPAN,
to :he course and found, lo ins would make
land to knock out contributed largely to aVA more which boys
in unusual layout: nine fairways .
Grallano. It to hay the Stuart downfall a* Willard g ne* The clubhouse Is comfortable the trip. Outstanding In work-
I pens that Zale I la In Wells limited :he Eagles to six ranging In length from and convenient and the\ man t.u'1: this week, have been Beach NORWICH,
125 to 503 and unlike
i the toughest division hits and tossed shutout ball the I IJ yards the ager and his wife pleasant and Brooks In the pole vault, Lamar
of them all. last three ,nnln,.. Fort Pierce'; sometime monotonous ..ame.I hospitable Vacationing couples Howard and John LHeureux' In Sold by
Zale of of the
nest No.them
Tony Among: those after salted away the decision In the', courses, some each fairway has Its lthlng to spend an enjoyable. the high jump, Runt Ortffln the LEADING HARDWARE
his middleweight crown 'ou'U And first frame with three runs and' I day golfing or resting in a shot put, and Lloyd and ,
dig:lncUve features bunkers Slam
lake LaMotla Marcel Cerdan. Georgia ; I added four more in: both the I II traps, water hazards,-dogflcg--,r pleasing Florida environment, Campbell and Joe the I I SPORTS STORES '

Abrams Charley Burley and one tecond and third Innings left and right ..... each of the should make it a point to pay tvilst Javelin Wlllard Wells has poln-,
.r. two others all tough. Grailano, However Coach Charles Kindled I to the Martin County Golf --- --
nine fairways dli
the lot. has had his Ucenw presenting; .
the toufihnt of
In New York, but the far from being downcast Harold "Tackle" Gilbert
revoked I son Course Manager Charles R. 1AT I
over the loss pointed! out that I
association has ef Nashville "After gazing, with some "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOURS
National Boxing Friday host had been practicing manager the Volunteers In the Southern Association Rohrbach repot U the following I
ruled that he can fight In any place te Manager Tom trepidation at the surrounding,'
for about seven weeks and reports Sheehan ef the Minneapolis Millers I visitors have played at the
under NBA Jurisdiction This gives I New York Giants' farm I "out-of-bounds" palmetto, pines
possessed considerably more ex a club, at the spring training campIn course recently:
Rocky a lot territory to suing big I Kid brush and wondering about .
.
Jim Owixlk*. r I (h.pl-IVv A
Qeala. The rookie
For start uhdec adverse promising was se much in demand that
perlenee a
... .
.
leUial fists M.ble those alligators and the like CHI I*'Ik* U W. Nik N T Vtl > ltdiHr
I condition s Kindred felthis 'maJor club placed their names In a hat and let his mother draw IJvvliM Ur Waite n..e. Ffwddo .
had been away from ring charge performed)' creditably the Winner. The Giants won and paid him 151,00 lor which we outlanders have read Lai' lu KN.irl.! '. Will.:,, Mr INN
signing. I decided to take <, : X ; ,
solos long when he met Craib _. It easy and go K0 C Coo-ii H A Hta.oatit
and promised strong -- -- --- -- --" .
a -- -- Hiillci' Crow Rated Mr ,and MmHrnlHin
that known taN straight down the middle }
and hit handicap was Ac- : : : .
I outfit of Mn H nli C rrn *-MnbM. I
capable winning
a heavy me. Various crowds had quite 1000 PAIR OF QUAIL cuatomd to the hard claysoilfairways .. Cork T,.wl' M, and Mn. TASTY ELI S FOOD
KU lo* many. baseball and football ita share of game before the RING MATCHES tREED IN COUNTY in the North, where i rrv,I, 1111 I..ho M. rra. 1' """".. ,
.
I winds ilmfl J. M DMrrvun b W H.ekn.Jane .
players from the service show season up. the well-driven ball, after 1 nod KIM niktlliihr ,nn Or I. Roo......... Mixed DrnV Beer on Draff(
t tUrlllng lack of old-time lorn la- I The team' morale got Y boost The task of distributing 1,000 :landing, bounds and bounds for A HIM' A. .._...... II. M
and. Zale had Monday morning with the re'' ".Mraalr. H. R, Rhi'frr. K. A. R.-.... HEAR CEXE\N
eluding speed timing I another 50 yards or so, I tossed THE SOLOVOX
PLANNED HERE .
J pair of Texas quail In Martin I I K. !1'''>10. t a Klit I 8 8 Kruan, ,
lien away longer than moat cine celpt of Its new uniforms.These out a nice straight rather high I'r II W. >r'r..... Mr Mill Mn. NO11. .
l' ,u include! white shirts and County in connection with the III, l'ourhllo" Ir.. W. Thono.a.. SEAFOOD
: years. I pant drive, and watched it; comedown T N. Wrlwtrr. 0.,..... ".14.,. Wait ST an
;, when Gratlano knocked him I wl.h Stuart TtgoraIetterediscrossthe .game replenishment program of and kaplunkl stopped .....1., llnroM .ll.... Oi-mn S.lm>i>. A. .
t yt down ..rl1lD the fight and then had I II chest in a.. downward' are Recreation Director Alto the State Game and Fresh Water dead; the sandy fairways were .r'. ,K"u i.w..!...11I.Oath T'.M 8<.. l WhlWmk r. Rob MoihrrvlH "Hill. OUR SP IALTYJensc

I. him dazed bewildered and badly I I and blue socks and cap .. The Cite Civic Center Fish Commission Was completed much different from the ,North 0..iirr. Wilier Tvuht. lHf Rkhirrl.'
'. "battered bit reign apparently "was" boys will give them first wearing, ActivitiesSomething ern clay. After two or three of wit Howard "', .111. "ho.... M/. RM. Olio. Beach SEYMOUR GIDEONI
Tuesday with the freeing of a Ii. A."tlr. .IL. H.Idea Jack ,,1e.... ;
stretch 1' in in '
ver. But Zal. down the I Tuesday's'clash Cocoa. these, I decided the answer was and Mr, sad Mi*. U A. ArfcWMl. Owner
proved several things He proved Friday' score 'by Innings new 1 II to be addedto second 500 pair Release of the a low drive and after accomplishing ...

I that 1>. was dead game and could I STUART .... .I \.-. cU.. toat the Sporting Scene In Stuart fowls wa accomplished by this learned I could attain SEASON TO OPEN .......14.......:....._ ___ ___ :.. ....
I take the hardest punch the hard. swats .aft sse >\ e a report Leonard F Noil, newly Ralph Merrltt and Ralph Hartman as much distance as on Enthusiasts: of boss fishing In

t. :., hitting Graclino could throw. Ha appointed city recreation director Jr. State conservation officers : Northern layouts I this State will get a new opportunity .
,I'. ado proved, that he had a punch of AWARD stationed I in :Martin Then came the greens. Unlike I to try their luck when
his,:i'I1'He proved that' he knew 10 DE DESAILFISII'PINS ,who 1 fa bubbling over with County. The tint 600 pair were those of the North where the "open season" for the specie ENJOY YOUR DINNERIN
and what to do In
a plans and Idea for recreation
: distributed last week. practically all are covered: with open*; Tuesday Tournament
i d storm. I If here: Shipped here from Laredo I closely cropped creeping bent plans will be announced at a

!f Starling early next grass, there I II a of I later date.
Facf'-Tougl! Competition I I month I Texas these quail are larger species. .rye. _. .
-"-'- -- -,
probably by April 11, Noel assisted faster flying and afoot and I -- -
I J With more time In which to get by Fire Chief John Mann I lighter In color than the native II 1 -----;--- *> OUR GRILL

.. ready, It elands to reason that Zale i I Ten buttons ,and .certificates will present each Friday night Florida bird. More were ordered i OUR ENTIRE STAFF 1I IS t
1 should be a better fighter In 1M7 a series of boxing matches In '
an released In this county than In
than he-was In 848. His win over were 'Issued by the -Stuart 8a.ll- I AT YOUR DISPOSAL TO ., WITH /
arena now under
tt' I i, I i fish' Club during the week end- construction neighboring counties because! of I '
r..; Gratiino gave him greater confidence next to the baseball diamond on the larger amount of open country I -
Ii. fat ono thing He la also sun b.g Tuesday Winner were: HLLP YOU 'PLAN THAT'
East 5th Street. Noel YOUi4FAVQlITE
I expect to to be found, country; which JDRINK
I March 7: Richard 8. Johnson. | .
to be In better all around physical
1. be able to
accommodate
about is favorable both to hunters and
Ar shape Yet In this present middleweight I Minneapolis, Minn. Release Button -
.: I outfit no one li eat.' Tony If Charter craft Hobo,.Captain 300 I The spectators matches I II to the bird's habits. .

{ i rounded by a pretty rough crew, Jack Whltlcar./ In the Stuart are open and to anyone DINNER PA# Y WE CARRY A COMPLETE .
: those CAME
; area COMMISSIONASKS '
i K thi best .In any other weight division I March 18: T,W. Russell, Hartford "
... be will have to be better than Conn. Release. Button Interested In participating at a' LEGISLATION
ood to keep bit crown. I charter craft Hobo, Captain Jack future date should conUc. Noelor LUSCIOU\OCEAN-FRESHyTCAFOODS Line of Choice LIQUORS."' INES
f., LaMotta .la and WhltlcarE. I Mann. The matches ",Ibe/ A strong legislative programto "
a rough ready
on' strictly amateur basis at the I Improve the game and fish "
Ft eniamer who won't be any soft Brand Beachman Easton: BROILED WESTERN SJEAKS AND and'QRDIA
start but Noel! to draw laws and
expects to
proposal developnew
> .mock. LaMotta la a hardy man t* Pa. Bronze Button T feet 1 Inch !
I hurt and ho alt can hurt *a hit charter craft, Jean Pare, Captain. up some professional cards per.' sources of revenue In order CHOPS, SFRESI HELL, FISH .
S ? .... Cerdaa mad a promising Earl Dare haps by fall. that additional departmentsmay
debut over her and. he ahouid lit bet. March 20 C. Wallace Btuard line with his enthusiastic I'I'lb. be formed for the Dime TASTY DElUCIpCS FOOD

let oa bit next visit, when lie his a Ardmore, Pt. Release Button belief that "recreation, varied end Fresh Water Fish Commission -
.longer time to become acclimated charter craft Hi-Hook Captain and lull to get la better physical condiUw Sanders need here," Noel cited the weekly recently by the five-board commission -

There. la ,. Stanley Ketcbel, March 21: Mr. Brucet Will- Wednesday night activity at I It wa* announced today ,EXPERTLY Mnft.D\DRINKS FROM OUR
j"k Harry Creb or Mickey Walker .aaagln !lams, Fort Wayne Ind.. Bronze the Civic Center He said these] by Director Ben C. MOl'ian.The Ice Cold itfer
(around the premlaet bat there top Pin, 7 feet 1 Inch. charter craft are whole family Jamboree affair proposed subject being BAR -VrOckV IL LOUNGE ium BEER
more clan IE this secure that the Sallflsher I, captain Herman at which dancing Is offered considered for the Legislature, 011I r:
ring hat known for many years, just Itelti. Jr. from 8 until midnight, varied "which' convenes April 8, include PACKACE\OODS NDRA T

byes the tangle will be unraveled I* E.: F, Saldana, Jensen Beach. entertainment is given and refreshments stringent pollution enforcement
.' J ...the. arc served,
r laMotla mUll be stronger penalty laws covering
Bronze Button 4 feet 10V4\ inches,
{i given" a chine and a* mutt Cerdas charter craft Buckaroo Captain For other vcreation Noel violation of game and fish laws,
If Jo ceo repeat his pointed out that four shuffleboard
opening perlorm- Ford Carter. and repeal of the present law
1 ..e. or show Improvement. James courts'and two new horse- classifying the st. Johns River St/LuciABar
U Taylor, Miami Release
.1 I Ji addition leaders /hoe rings are available daily at and Lake
t to the named Button charter craft Gannet I Okeechobee as bodiesof }HEADQUARTERS FOR SAt ISHERMEN
Jersey Jones still Intlitr-that his the city parkland eventually he salt water.Immediate I
Captain A. A.
r : .irlTn, Burley can slash his way Mill Lillian Hambell Whltlcar., Miami hopes to have some activity, action to enforce FORMERLY TOMMY'S BAR At GRILL

I' tljoujh: the entire list each. Release Button, charter such as pistol and rifle range I the law pertaining to.the sale THE ?
LIGHTHOUSE "A'VISIT' '
I 'With the heavyweight bunout.,! draft Oa'nnet, Captain. A. A. practice archery and sail and J,tt fresh water fish was Inculcated WILL CONVINCE YQU
asap of Joe Louli. In such a tad motor boat raclne planned today to chief conservation
Whltlcar BEER
N sMe. It begins to look as U the middlweights I M. B. Kille Ulaml Beach. Release tvery-day of-the -we- .-- -. tfflcer. by Morgan. BY THE CASE
must take --
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over big part'
Button charter craft Gannet ,
oQhe show But as good as many ol Captain A. A. Whltlcar. --- -
h.. challengers are they will find -
Dr. J. Floyd Buuard Altoona "THE .'
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/ JINX"BEER
: Zate none too easy to shove around.
I o Pa. Bronze Button, 7, feet 41/ "FOOD"
iH I r
Inches, charter craft Gannet \ LUNCH
j H7T DRINKS JOIN THE
I TJS.O West Coast Start Captain A. A. Whltlcar. THRONGSAttend

I The west coast la keeping an'alert RULING MADETallahassee. kSP'l tam tat fiat taro a THATS TEMPTING

'. ty} on the corning actions of Its two
,\ fawrlte, baseball: tons. Their March 27 CHICKS D STEAK SANDWICH m o to m to = THATS DELICIOUS the
names County Commlslsoners of Florida BUN 25c
ate Joe DiMagglo of San Francisco have no legal right to license a to gal a n gas we o THATS ECONOMICA
J aid Ted Williams p( San Diego, both I private Individual to operate a Open 9:0
t If-Californla reporting: from, the extensive domain" water system according to Attorney 3Vi Mile NorthV Stuart % Fed. No. 1 AT DQa RA. ES

:JJiMafglo, bothered ,by physical' General Tom Watson. YOU CANT SEAT THE JINX -

'I. ilsnents had an off year. Regardd .

.. I, : ed'bs' one of the great outfielders of I IMEETMEATTHE' "THE BLUE G00SE"When'Your the ,
alCume. a brilliant artist Delding.fclktlng .
"i and throwing. Joe finished
J -t "wNh the wont season be has known OWING OUT Appetite llKeen ancXou Want PALM
A AC'H
1n league' baseball He fell "back Repr
vUi many other big league stars ve Hearty, Satisfying Meal, \is ieJK Place to Come

I" "who had been In war service, ; 'I Our Meals Ar Ca\fuUf Prepared
l' ,"UII.m.. who looked at if he "were You Get Courteous Attent "
r.! onthe verge of wn"kln'th.' entire $ Sill' Service and Price Kennel :114,1
Are Rcaaa4% ,
i : American league without help up BAIT SING'11thi Victory, Hotel. Dinurf RoomCom >ly
k UiRmgb mid-July, began to skid lit.a ,
I
..and spent an unhappy fortnight Stra\er / L NIG LExce
X
In .
during the 1M World series. Despite TheWorl 'dae4Bil C -,'C Back A Friend

this decline, Williams bitted Ing Line A .*m6pKeryfnd
Blue Rib '
n'B On Draft' YOUR
will ever .340. which left bis stronger ,V waterp olea FAVORITJ RINK ASVOU LIKE IT ( Sun-1s0
Urn" average still over .:UlI: .
X p'rocj The Enjoy A Cocktail
by our ipecVl < u, sty tB 22B
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a :* World's RtArdy* Ul (b.- John First a-sits P, M.

} Ulcers Stopped Joe Tarpon ofl. sVyflJ Ib, test ixed rinks

: ::1' Anyway Joe and Ted wor* not Iine we mad With a Black Served Ni ly AtICTOR R, LIQUORS and WINS I Daily Douhl tad and 3rd .N

I of M: what. they bad been In their. formeseasons. \ Pearl Line.ORWI ICE COLD
? i'I Only Dom DiMagglo cam PREMIUM BEE Tea wieila.Racea,

aionf to repair part of the damage, ilk oAP'RV ARor PACKAGE'GOODS'I I CEO, CASrW Owner r
angler a* California was concerned.
li. Bobby Doerr, and Johnny Peaky IAKE if''A NO none Admitted
aol \ '
were. two' west. coast features from ItN; e PRACTICE TO EAT I REOPEN

fujjher north. Joe XUMaggla wasn'tte.ung ,OFpoe a Morrjaage t Ail
DAILY 10:00 A. M. TILL Ii30 {
any toe well when h* report- A. M.
{ soda spring ,",Inln... A few atoma4Cul .' LEADINGnd{ 'A't MARIN ROXMPickage ) Except Sunday 9.aah2i
( rs didn't h.IP.h1m. After*

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I school throughout. the nation.. Illllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 are the proud parents of a ton put on by the QuU Kids under i ''

The kindergarten solution: SALERNO NEWSBy CITY DENIESContinued born Monday at Martin County the direction of Mrt. R B. Williams
"War la fighting. People
hate j .F.Fz
Hospital The child weighed member of the executive\ !
lass Has Cure and take people1 clothes away. MRS. O. D. QUIGLETi111IIII111H1111111t11IIII11111IIsI111Itt111111 [ from page One) more than I lbs and has been council. This program la to be
They. should! think not. 'to make named Leon 3rd.
published for the use of the
tell 1 It to the"Legion. Such action
a war. They thouldnt hate gum. Mrs O. It Johnson and Mrs. was suggested by Commander-I Mrs Basel! D. shuey and denomination during the summer 17WA
Ills "In school ,
World Sunday they lay:
or Thou ahalt. not kill People hare 1. A. Allman entertained with a elect Harris R. Lowe1'). Jr. daughter Jane, of Toledo Ohio and will be presented to the

to be good The thing Is to I make wedding shower at the home ofMrs. peaking tor the Legion delega-I arrived Sunday at the home of Palm,, City group In the autume. .

t'fl York, March %7A'<( )- them very kind by giving them Johnson Monday night \In tion at uie meeting, who said' Mrs.Vellbiss.Shuey's brother, Paul De- Wednesday at 2 p. m.: a report ..-_. --

of the mouth i ill f one kinderrtAO training In this world. honor of Mrs and Mrs. Francis he understood this wad the procedure from Miss Shuey recently arrived of this meeting will be presentedat iy- ,
,1 I Okinawa .
"Why don't thetlov. one another Stiller Games were played. Cllf. where she ... ..
cuss at thecanswer and help everybody? And lord Johnson played the guitar being followed by other II spent six months. After/ a lew the meeting of the Palm CityWomen's ... ... -r A
In the State.
OMtni hw come make some 1 buildings> for families and sang. Frankfurters, cookies \posts days here they will go on to Association ) -
world l 15 u Delay resulted when Llttman
the
dl' problem to have more cows and horses coffee and soft drinks was' served I Havana for a few days there and --- =
asserted the
l Itt best brains and million to City commission later will return to linlsh Funeral services for Mr..,Rosa
and lambs? And apple trees and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stiller after the their .
wive.me making purchase then: ... .
dollars to pear trees and peach trees? Mr. and Mrs Shelby McCulleyand would be forced to move the vllst here. Cibach 74, who died here Saturday ";'
composed a mesa -
children Austin, senior "And train the people to make daughters Clara Jean Verdi structure from the camp site I Charles Barret:;, the Palm City after a one-week stay at .,. 'per'YLtill
lei,Warren to' Vnlted things: to be a barber,and things Mae and Mary Lucile DeLoach, and in case of any accidents' storekeeper, celebrated his birth. I Martin County Hospital, were -
g. representative that like that. Mrs. W H. Earle, Mrs :L M-Arn- during the operation, would beheld I day March 20. Mr. and Mrs Ed conducted Monday afternoon at .
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ION who replied tilth In theyfcoiuirmed the "Please ask bod kindly to old, Mrs. Lee DeLoach and son liable a situation which it i Nels of Jensen Beach and Frank I the Johns Chapel with the Rev. ""
his
d make the children across the Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson was agreed the commission. would Nels of Swanton, Ohio, were din- H, II Jones of the Union Congregational
which 84
aI t purpose upon, The two ocean, and the Americans t.oo-: ;; ,Jane Baldwin, Mrs. Fredd wish to avoid. I ner guests that day and In the I Church officiating.She .
joni are lenrlng.circulated toIn every little boy and girl in everycountryto Stiller and children, Mildred Serious consideration by the, afternoon six of their Jensen I had been a resident of Stuart

tell_art being....... make them better."We .! Charles and Jimmie, Mrs. Ras commission was asked by City Beach friends came to' help him 111 years.Sne / tOH IC8'C' COIIiAhTteettc1
love you." mill Mortenaen Mrs. J.'I.: Terry, Manager :L. B. ]Burlt: relarcl1nllmean. enjoy the day. They were &served was born 'In Mamas Vlrt _
Mrs. Ella Prescott Mr. and Mr of raising greater revenue ice cream and cake. iahay, Hungary and was a naturalized
FRED HUMMER: ILL Ed Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob for the city In view of present I Mr.and Mrs A. H.Rlchenbaok- American citizen. She

Johnson Mrs. B. K. Hendrix Mr. day Increased expenses' Particularly i er of Ravenna; Ohio, spent three is survived by a son Joseph, and
la Fred O. Rummer 77, father and Mrs. John D. Stevenson Mr. cited and discussed' was days here at the home of Mrs. a sister, Mrs. Velma Czverko and ( 3REDUCTIO
Bf Mrs. Clara Rushing, is seriously and Mrs. O. D. Quigley and son the current rate for garbage collections Ida M. Plnney and soriT LeRoy, her three daughters, Rose, Helen INCE 194.: '1
111 at his home, 402 North Joe, Sam Whittle Mrs. Alfred which commission members while on a tour through/ the |and Margaret Wa owO1ter ... .. AVERAGEFotr- ,,1 ,
Detroit St, where he has been Allman and daughter, Mildred agreed 1s generally regarded State. y HOME ELECTRIC! NgVYr' ; i '
confined, to bed for six weeks Mrs. Thomas Byrd, Luclle Blan- as being too low. Sunday night! a number' KANNER TO TITUSVILLE LESS THAN HALF WHAT +
ton, Bob Ferry Frank and Wilma An application for rezoning people enjoyed the showing of THEY WERE THIN '
.It-- I
Judge A. O. Kanner has tt,
'ii Winds Always CONFERENCE PLANNEDGainesville' Simmons, Rena White and an area in the second Bessey still pictures of.the church school gone 1 i
g w Some Good,' .. daughter, Mrs.Joe Anderson,Ted Addition was referred to the for colored children 6 miles north to Tltusvllle where he will hold
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March 17 Ten- circuit court for Judge Mlllard
Baumgardner, Joe Brown Marie City: Zoning Board, and a request of Ocala. It is called the Fessen-
e the ProverDe latlve plans for the first annual Smith, continuing all next. week
Crane, Jimmie Homan, Alfred by Arnold E. Williams for don School and is doing a !Won- ,
reuiona a dR Florida Highway Conference to Pedersen, Jimmie Thompson, a license for the sale of beer and derful work with underprivileged -----
be held at the university! here wines at his
establishment
ssions V fy Mary Clyde Norris, Clifford/ on colored children.
s May 12 and 13 have been announced L. 8. 1 was denied by the com- The Rev. :
the tatement eyhi' Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. and Mrs H. L Pack
PRO EN following approval by Johnson and mission after It was pain ted out. ard, Mrs. Clarence
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the oBard of Control. family Christine that the Felnauer. BY SPECIAL TONIGHT
permit was barred I REQUEST
by Mra.
Wet n D OF Hazel, Richard Jean and Ray a zoning ordinance. He was advised B risk Jack! List and Mrs, Marlon .
mond. attended
the
ADV RSI taht he' annual '
could ;
r appeal his ,
cur a ilWORTMJ l Fred Brownlee of Key West f Is case to the Zoning Board. meeting of District 27. the Federation AT ':. ;,
at the home an of Congregational
'and F I Pierce, Florida visiting of Mr. Chris-
Phone 782 Mrs. O. D. Quigley this week. PRESBYTERIAN tian Women, held at Lake Worth
STEADIEST Ar SERVICEDr.
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FREDEK CM ERFoo Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Mathers and Charles A.
You F Protect'We Carries pastor The .
churches '
daughter, Sally and Mrs. MIchael of the making up this
edfOv Go ulist Pesln and children, Tommie speak on Presbyterian the sermon Church topic ,"The will district are Palm City, Jupiter I' WE ARE AGAIN PRESENTING .... 9

r YourPel' 00 04unrise and Sara Lee, spent. last weekend Finality of Christ" Lake Park, West Palm Beach .
at the

en? Thea Bldg. friends.Mr In.Miami with. relatives and church's the Woman's Palm "Club.Sunday A.service Ernest at Lake Each church Worth and had delegates Fort M'era'i in I DOT id LARRY >MONDS. :::.. ". 1 ,, ,

and Mrs. 8. D. Bever Mrs Davis will attendance except Fort Myers
sing "Open the Dates I
P P RYARY Tlllle Rulti, Mrs, Harriett Allen of the Temple" accompanied by Sttae officers In attendance were> PROFESSIONAL DAI RS 4 ,
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Emn ofEasarance R and Mrs. Rebecca Patterson mo Mrs Davis. Mrs. L. A. Stimson, president of I ''C With y
Every Mw 'sassa tored to West Palm Beach Friday the State federation: Mrs. Arnold l LEO PRESCOTffPIANIST, LAfrfcy SPENCER DRUMS r'
on business. Alexander of Coral Gables,
imiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinPalm / ;
H/H 'a GRILI
tone 11 P.O. Arcade ge e IaaD sr oao Michael Peiln accompanied his I chairman of friendly services SQUARE DANCE "HiL *< & FOX TROTS WALTZES l '
friend, Dave, home to Brooklyn,' City NewsBy 'I and Mrs. William Tuttle of Jacksonville I t
JAMES PEGRAM, N. Y4 after spending a few weeks I chairman of devotion. ORCHESTRA TURDAY NIGHT Ii; 1 to ,
here I kl life. The
.. AJ.new.w Mr, and Mrs B. E. Wilson left' 111I11I11I11110 ANNA:15r::::B.:1111I111111111111I11 DAY{ 'around the thought program of was"Build-built J I 6 MILES NORTH OF jpTUAR|FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO. 1G ,

Monday for their home, 1 In' Ing" and was in charge of Mrs. YOUlSsRIENDS( ,
Worthington, Ohio after spendIng i Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Bass m Lauretta K. Gaede, director J
_From where; I sit..JyJoe Marsh the winter here. of Stamford COnn.. surprised District J.i of I And 1 ''i:1:

Harvey Shelton left ,last week Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lower at their i Outstanding features were an ,

for Vineland, N.'J, to spend the home Edgewater on St. ,Lode address by Dr. Fred Field Good- FOLLOW HE CROWD >R FJUN TO >
March U Mrs. Lower' 75th j
summer.Mr sell of Boston, president of the
Apple Treb Ve sWheat birthday, and they were Just
and Mrs. W. D. Blantoand n Foreign Missions Council of
daughter, Betty Jo motoredto \through greeting each other North' America and' executive "
FU Vero Beach Saturday.Mr. when Mrs Arnold 'Bauer and vice-president of the American JJBPackage
and Mrs. J.:H. Whittles Mrs. Myrtlce Longbottom of Poard i for Foreign Missions: an T"PALM ;;11
were callers In West Palm Beach, Stuart arrived and presented address by Miss flarrli on work t 'I'j, 1.
V jot ever vhlt JiI t'eowell'. Boi Users cot M eloquent on Sunday.Mr. Mrs Lower with a' beautifully among the nllarant workers of Closed Good1 :' ,''tt.
dm hell take you rig nut ua.bow ih bjoct, (hat.the rest of viIvpviiba and Mrs. William G. Tallieof decorated box of ''chocolates.! ,thorn Horlda._has more than I Sundays 1 ","'
I IW lack porch of ales ked thirst w Jeb Orlando have their trailer Later,Mr. and Mrt. Baslm took 80,000this year, ( s I Ir tp

m hit ipple tree. Can to the icebox for beer and parked on the Milton Carlton the Lowers to Clements Restaurant 'v A most Informative\ period was I :,
for .her birthday. l
"There," MI lob, "is 1 slit cider.And when the ref nihnwnt* place. March IS ------ --t .1. "- --- -- !\ i
a number of friends
'sliest creation-fifty yebarln'iUll d rome, Lud chooae cider, and J blake Mrs. 3. A. Bennett and daughter I
from the
Stuart Baptist; Church Mi
Midget and Mrs.Bailie Willis ;
the(Inert ci! the inert=
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appi who
are members of the 1
Ridged
,nUwcounty! From where 1 lit, lk.fi the of Hahlra, Ga., are visiting Mr. U1!
"
crest Club
d came to Palm City
and Mrs. DeLoach !
Emory
Bit but tall r *e,a croup of nmwer to wont divpule To enlk Mr. and Mrs. Bill' Pendarvls.an and surprised Mr. Lower on his '

sea there d Dnnpoint* | all poe want, but wkea it The Rev. E. H. Cramson of 74th birthday, bringing lovely NN OUN CIN ? i' I IVJ
saw the er to his grain Belli e es U lute and preferences, Laughman had charge of the refreshments consisting of a
ae 'Then:i aa veil,, InerIff the s i just t BO arptntnt.' morning services at the Southern hugh birthday cake covered with I
Acre* and acres of coWrit, Methodist Church Sunday. ; white frosting and candles and .
min yon till wake.
I Wlliini things wit --4ncludin Camp' OXeno near High pleasant evening was spent and : PUBLICi :
I'Uaome, sparkling beer. Springs is the It seemed good to know that this TOMYFRIENDSo! i a J : !
only group camp cld-world still has true friend- / : : '
In Florida's 'system of State hips.. ;( Id ,
Copyrigltf l9ry?Pulsed Steres rewire fmuialn Parks. Mr Baslm and wife and Mrs. '. ,
Lower spent March 17 at West ,
STUART and MAR: COUNTYFICIAJOPENING '
Palm Beach and also Palm- Beach ,
I sightseeing and, after returning
home, a chicken dinner was enjoyed ., the
at the Lower home.

Mr. and Mrs. Baslm left Palm .
ANNOUNCE MEN City Tuesday after congratulating :

:r "Uncle '1; on his 74th birthday I i :
ry March to visit 1 a doctor e
.. friend who has brought his yacht I t 1a i 1, i

down from Stamford, Conn., andIs I
now at Hollywood Yacht Club

Mr Jack Martins They will return to Palm City
at the end of their lIst to Hollywood
- and Miami and seek a
1 '( cottage near the ocean where THE DIXIETAVERNTHE] :

Mrs. Baslm can enjoy sun. baths ; :
s Local end
Manager of Stuart StoreV for her health.

Mr. Baslm has Been employed
all through World War n u director -
r of engineering and research -
7 for "Alradlo" at Stam

ford.The twins recently born' to COCJO A L LOUNGE i,


,Kenneth StirtmelllfNo ,Longer' Stuart Mr. apd are Mrs.the Ralph greatgrandchildren Kramer of- 'IS MILES NORTjf OF STUART\N FED HI-WAY I het r rt I t,

of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Petty. '
The children have been named M
.' Ralph Morris aDd Gloria Jean. TUESDAY APRIL 1st.: :
Connected WuhfThis Bustn Ss Mrs. Kramer,1,la the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alone. Johnson
StuartMr. ? ,;

and Mrs. Van Ness entertained FREE LUNCH FOR \ L s <'e<
March I at their farm 1:erj
home with a picnic. Eleven -- 1" fvii

guests were present, of which all .CHOICE'WINES / SUPERB'LlHuORS y |."*1
' ESTABLISH Out two were friends from Mt. .
'THIS i
AND MAINTAIN
STORgVVI Clemens, Mich., Portland, Me. PREMIUMBOTTLED, BEERS

A BUSINESS[: AND ,STANDARD and Cleveland. \ -" > 3
E' EFFICIENT Jo Ann Blackstone recently i

celebrated her 9 birthday by entertaining MUSICDANCINCT, ;
PF SERVlC Tp OUR CUSTOl RS, THROUGH.UT a number other' email :
fiends at; her home. Ice Cream '",

MARGIN COUNTY, and cake were aerved. F 'JN FOR' ALL ;. :' ,: i iiii
J 1JOHN Mrs. George Smith has been Y
m West Palm Beacb at the homeof .
her daughter and son-in-law, -
'H. COKE) Mr, and Mri. ,McNless called i l INVITE ALL MY FRIENDS AND OLD ''
there by the.recent birth of a

son to them. They also have a ..CUSTOMERS TO THE OPENING OF MY x
GENERAL'MANAGER' daughter.
Ii M, M. Baker returned this : :

,' ,v t ,''f' \ ; week from several days In Miami '/ ;/ NEWPLACE
where he met; hu brother from ) :: .
,. Columbia. B.'C.. who flew to .
Fertilizer. Co. Manll'on.bulllIIII.' Mr. Baker J,

rueman:, also visited Mr and Mrs. II:. M. mm 'C0LSON Plop. '
Fulton. Mr.'Fulton had just returned ,. ,
from a family reunion at );< '" .,

PORT' PIERCE FLORIDA Manning C., where the celebration LLOHCROWD t.O BILL'S' ,DIXIE TAVERN '
., was in honor o( the, II .1
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t birthday of hionly aunt. ? .. I .. ...... '
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MRS. FRANCES O. SMITH; Society Editor ;

-'NEWS Happenings/ of t the WEEK- IN STUART New Item offlee* tot thta kefot caper noon mint M Wednesday reach th newspaper

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Telephone 111-W Office Phone 3Mfredreka .

a Edward: and] Mr. and lira Seth M. Lewis UflflAHlM ANNOUNCES MRS. BLANCHE LOWERY Mr*. Edwin M. Pollard and Judge and Mr. Arthur- -Clontij-i if I; 'l t1

Uter.MMein.! teturned to their horn In Athena, LIST at NEW BOOKS I ELECTED PRESIDENTOF baby son Edwin Jr., of Atlanta took to Tallahassee a party ofiltddenU ; i 1
011 the Champion Monday OhM last week after a sixth win Mr*. blanch $I cum. Martin LEGION AUXILIARYMrs. left by plane for their home last Which included their I HOME MADE CANDIES't "
Park, R.J., afterrUweti ter vacation at the fit. Lucie ''i I 1. "
Ifflihland County librarian, haJ Mfiovlnce'd frlday< after three woks with (daughter, Mildred Peggy Ulmer, "tl
vacation. They went hotel Mr. Lewis I li owner-rharl- her mother Mr;. E. J. smith. and Jean Parker. "
receipt of I number of hart bookj Blanch Lowery was j I',. I
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of hotel
the
Eiti at Cloebrook Camp. ttr Athena. Mr*. Smith' mother, Mr*. Lee jI Delicious ; ;i"" +
for the rental shelves oi/ the public elected president the AmerI- Terrell who came with them .' I 1 1 ,
MissHelen (14. McCord !
library. The Hit included: can Legion Auxiliary at a1 recent will remain' another week ahd VIIi tailed here three week, who 1'UDCE ALlNfei MEXICAN C MS It 1"1"I's
FOR SALE "The Wall ot; "jorlcho," Well. meeting ,at her home, the Hol- then go to Tampa to visit her bythe death of her father ago. SEA FOAM ;: ;" '
leran Apartment Other new officers > Mrs. : IJf
man: "The Wayward' Bus"Stein. are vice-president, Mrs. lsetr-ln-Uw for i week before L. B. Jordan Frank E.: McCord. ha returned' And bhp Other Specialt'x
yZg t ON iNdlatt ltit rive beck; "Detour," Clracl; "Gentle- Clara Chafiflwr Mrs.. returning t M duty el supervisor of a hospl- I ,
; secretary home. ,1
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Ne WhiN CHupilridti ..rnan'i Agreement," Hobson; "A Viola Mathers; treasurer, Mr;. ti Id WIlllaM Norwich.Gerald Conn.Reitley Her Of uncle Mew I With S'rrEChiR Fi amt r:1 i: i .' 1

Righie t 'frail 5hrub Garden to the Eastward," Lamb, Jennie Wilbar: ; historian ehapltn: Mr*, : *. CH. klllheffef Brunswick( V. J., who came at p n.,
( and "The Leona Smith Miss otbrWJJ? :
Light
Heart Thans. ; Del.I who have the tame time, will remain with< V 1 '.
Mr Viola Kreider
Slocum sergeant-at-arma,
Ilea PtkddOk also reported i '
a spent Us sister, Mrs. Frank E. McCord "
three months at the j '
MRS. M R HEATH'S ,
gift of $25 cash from Carl L. Mrs. Frances Ferguson Franc tot awhile. { ? \
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QUICK t.t Neon Who used for the purchaseof Delegate to attend: the department Apartment plan to leave I' I iI f.t. H li
tomorrow for their Northern 1
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WriW prises at the benefit games convention lit Miami horn -f;; i a E Srekains ". i' t I ,
With the !
the '
ending second' "
party Wednesday afternoon. April 15-18 are the new president ,' )
ox 1375 tuari, l'ls' and Mr*. Slathers, with -a-- quarter In Florida colleges and "r
Do4lm:1.1I: BoKAttS 1ST Mrs. WUbar and Miss Kreider u Mr. and Mrl. McCullough have II universities Martin County stu- B g.' Fourth Street : '1 / I
: BOOKS TO UBRAftr alternates. had u house guests for a week dents: flocked home for a week f\'i
Ralph Daniels who Mrs. McCullough's daughter tnd vacation after finishing .
purchased a business recently In the rRIENDSmr: CLASS Mr*. 0.0. Moore, and her sIster. final examination Jerry and
In-law, Mrs. Carrie McCullough, Paul Thomas drove down from ,
ECONn1TIbWED Post Office ELECTS OFFICERS I
Arcade discontinued
of St. Petersburg, who returned Florida College at Tallahassee to Ii .
BASS SEASON
(he sale and rental of books and ..The Friendship class of the l
PIANOS donated the entire stock of 121 Baptist Sunday School elected home Tuesduy. Last week end Visit their parent, Mr. and Mrs. I.. I ''I

volume to the Martin Mrs Joe Mosley president for, they entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas. ....,' I 'I'' "
Count of : '
1. H. Prevo Miami. o ,
'Library. the new year at a.covert dish Next Tuesjkfy It '
The' collection Includes fiction. upper meeting at the home ot ... Mrs. J. C. McCrocklin, Jr. of I ens fIt': I
m Ebundbesra>> Inapece poetry, historical and stamp Mrs. Harvey Homlar In Salerno Mr. H. L. Greene and Mr. St. Petersburg was In Stuart for I i 1 1' fi'I
\ books valued at from 49 cents Tuesday night. Other officers, Wilson McClure drove to Tallahassee a brief visit with her parents, I j I'' : 1'iij 1\\
Restruar whets cclesary to $5 and Is practically all new unanimously. elected are vice- Tuesday to take a group Mr.' and Mr. E. A. Mennlnger' '
listen tlehed d rertnIshed of Florida State student last week end. I' : ; '
stock. president, Mr* Homlar; 2nd and College SEE US FC Ii
Srd "lce-bre.Uh.nt. Mr* Karl. Hall back to' school after a fonr-ditv -a-- i 'aI
0 Action regal] d I A. S. fllAlR HONOREDMr. and':Mr"ii eitr;;; : vacation here. In their car-were I From John B. Stetson LURESNjx TACKLE t. I "' / {
a I and Mrs R. C. Cross en tary, Mrs. Carroll Ireland; treasurer. Minnie Louise Green Betty Hansen sity at Leland came vnlver-I 'q I !
The lining Worn i Ite plaeed tertalned at a 8 o'clock dinner Mrs. John OTlay, reporter, and. Margaret Parker. roughs, Henry I '
yea t Lxpecl o Iiupected/or Moth Damage1Ei Friday to honor the birthday of Mm: Vivian Taylor. Walter Wells Jack Boggess and 'I ); : I" 'I
Ioevb her father, A. 8. Blair coownerof Group captain for the annual Miss Ella McCord. sister of Jack Hartman of Stuart; Billy I v : -
$ er a toned the Stuart.Auto Camp. The membership drive were Frank E. McCord has returnedto Smith of Rio and Blunt Gideon x : J1' .. I
Sec ndit ed o Flats tared table was decorated with spring, named: I, Mrs Grant Leak; I, her home in Price Hilt Cincinnati Of .Jensen Beach. All returnedfor 'I '
green tapers, placed at Intervals Mr. Earl TIllman; 1, Mr. J. B. accompaoled by Mr. the new term except Smith Stuaft Hardwa Co. + :
Plano a Handier* refaced or re* and t large birthday cake form- Stuart, and 4. Mrs. Volena Lewi. and Mrs. Earl Stewart, relativesOf and Gideon who will not re-enter i ; i !
pljfcd I ed. the center piece. Mrs. Marvin Rowell. lot vice' Mr. McCord. fchool again until the September Ii ,
Covers laid for nine, Including president cohducted the meeting term. I t'i' .
We h*s for Immediate delivery Mr. and Mrs. Blair Mr. and In the absence of the presit Mrs. Warnef B. TIlton left on '_ .
Terms Min iianos', Cranda Mrs. Paul Shell of Reading Fa, dent, Mr'. Lewis. Mrs. Phil Max the Monday midnight train for
If Desired opt hieNt U. O. Blair father of the honoree -' well conducted the devotional' Tallahassee where she was called
Mr. and Mrs. Cross and theirdaughters i service and the teacher Mrs. A. by the Illness of her sister, Look Your Best :
Pamela and Connie. O. Pittfnan, offered prayer. Mrs Clem Browning who un- tt 11
Quests who arrived later In the Other presefit were Mrs. Nor derwent an operation at Thom-
IAN05 evening were Mr. and Mrs. La- man Porter and her house guest osvllle, \ Oa. This'I
land Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mrs. Willis, Mr. and Mrs. J. $. .
Ify ill meant yes hiuA'' sae\lid hear the Re* .WorllUer.IWlnW Robbins and Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Don Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hartman ,

GillBransen. *hey arAmasferpleeei In beauty,andfull Baker. aldson Marvin Rowell Mrs : Jr.. and daughters, Kay '
perfection.11a Guy Boyd. Mr. and Mr*. Hobson and karen, are moving this \ \\1' i"l' f"f"j""
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MRS. MCCORMICKHONORED .
Reddish and Mr and Mr* Cres-, week from Jensen Beach to the 'i
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AT SHOWER ale Baker,
Maxson
home
on Denver Ave ,
complete1 llary et popular, d classical reeordi. Mrs. Howard McCormick Of I I, s* .. I
Rio was honored at a shower HIGH SCIIOtfL( fctMORg Word has been received byj I \
Set ahd hen/the deW Scott radfo\htoriogriph combination Friday night by the women of TO GIVE PLAY MAT ( : Mends here from Mr. and Mrs. :' I ; 'I j"
lean /f radio*. the Methodist Church at the The Senior class at Martlri I Q. C. McHaffey of ll26 fetige- Gay Easter Hats... Dresses, Shoes and Bags I t ;
lovely home, Rio Vista of Mrs. County High School has selected water Drive Orlando that Mrs. 1
B. w. Ward. Flame vine and cut May 8 for the\ presentation, of McIUffey suffered'serious toIlurles TO MATCH IN NEWEST SPRING STYLES "'
lowers were efefctlvely used for It* .class play ."Uncertain Age" In a recent fall and Is I
con
iBnAaker r '' Music Co decorations and the gift table by' Hilda Manning Practices fined to lied at her home. A k Also Easter Wear for Men and Children ,'
was arranged by Mrs. Harry three afternoons a week after postcard shower la gelng given 1I'
Swlnglehurst who used pink and tchool hour began! Monday under her by her former Stuart friends.REAL 1 '
QaturaSt, \hone 3lt blue crepe paper for decorations the supervision of Mrs Carl The Ml of 'Your Loveliest I I '
with a pink and blue umbrella Roth. 1 Looking ; ,/ .

WEST.. .. PALM.. BEACH... .... a eentoipteee. The gifts were I "
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,tu under the umbrella and George P. Richardson, Jr.I i
opened by Mrs. McCormlck. vice-president of the J. ;Walters
Attending were the it... and Thompson Co. of Grouse Point,' lIl ..l.lv
L let t Our 8e//ir// Kind/ of f j Mrs. Wilfred O. Aldrldge Mr. Mich' and Mrs. Richardson I ,
and Mrs. Swlnglehurst Mrs. Fred stopped; at the St. Lucle Hotel: I!
t. Welberllng.Mrs. Miller Mr*. Monday for. the fifth season for I, ESfTATjInveWents : j
Ralph Hires, Mrs. Glenn Cook, a sallflshlng trip In the Oulf'
Dry Cleaning i Service Perk Mrs. R. O. Sharp, Mrs Ralph Stream. Aboard the Mill Florida,I}I
Chandler and.Mrs. Curtis Whltl- with Capt. Toley, Jr. at the helm i ; t I'
car they landed c a '- i., 11-In.I sail I1.i ft
S kings 3 bonlta and a S-ft. '
Up Your Easter Parade I IA IYsi hammerhead shark. They have< I'r ,
I spent three weeks on Marathon
Key. 1
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Stimmell's ->- fa Fi'I i
W. A. Hancock Tallahassee, j. Id 1
I State hotel Inspector, spent last Sale and LJBingi Throughout .
SNAPPY SEa ICE week In Stuart.J. ._ I r %rt County, 1111 :
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a M. Golden and R. 8. Mar- '
W. S. BLTONfrueger
gollus operator of the Hotel I
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Waverly at Virginia Beach Va.
,e Us For Snappy rviceon spent three day last week at I Blilding.PHONE ,.
the St. LucIe Hotel, attracted \1 l
here by sport fishing.

W dow Cle ingIles Other sport- .fishermen- who I 'Home Phone 8MA J ,. I l w'

stopped at the St. Lucie for two + ?Iw.r
ace oe B mess days were Mr. and Mrs C. F. -.- ? a I I Ir
C'hanault and their daughter, y !
Mrs. Shelby Carr, of Richmond, NEW BOOK F
K,. and Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Ford! GROWERS I >: Fresh, 1'00tor\ amidsummrr k
o( Chicago Height Mr. and /1 lift ,,
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Cdtet Mrs. Earl W. Mauck of Oallipolls, !ttt 4W eyelet embroidery of '
rvLCe Ohio were guest of Mr. and Mrs. s Martha Manning's a IIIT
Luther Damron and' Mr. and ter.
Labor Mlna m t of Eaiate Mrs. S. F. Whi:comb of lake- x exclusivedesign g'
Sup vl n wood, Ohio spent the week end'lit paw soAO awTAl.Awe "d on flight '
the hotel while visiting the blue, stratonphere c
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Young. Mr. 4 4F7sourw pink or sk}line ''h ,
and Mrs. Ernest Darsback have i
green spun rayon
LORIDA ua
returned to the hotel after' a r l 'Illusion" halt he' ,l
week In the Florida 1' ;i
/ SoilLandscbttng d Key / size* 14% to %01},. -

Mr. and Mr*. Frank Baker aft '
last week for their home in
Athena Ohio, after: I month at
Muck, Top Soil, RV*! Clay, the Stuart Villa ending their
Our n one dry Cle.rilnd Red Sand, Grata, P\nt* and third season her*. et K
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uaIIy M es; thii LDk titan| Tree lab' Order.'OblairieJ (io jr f Spec. Dr. and Mrs-*, .H..-M..i Canter re- r N As Jnourin Lnandiea'wa..rt.Z. >
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turned to Harrlaonburg, Va. after ., n 1 ;e
10 weeks at the St. Lucie \ "
More *| nmovvd-tjHrit |IMl here they have spent the last 5 CO ; A..
tight seasons. Dr. Canter Is a 'Ms 'InaItlotli y

Colo Sparkle wish //W WlHf.ftit retired Methodist minister, hav
Hung Inlwt.served the largest church E' The flattery of this cool rayon Enlt ? ,'
In the District of Columbia. r ..50rdc Ibtcr, enhanced with black tracery 11 '} P e
Ix rt reshaping andf4lifl0jV | Loeal, f'rel f and Expr r an txcluaiv Martha Manning; '"

I, Mrs Walter Kitching enter. A. Mennmgor 4lgn.ID filigree pink, ,
toTH i twined at tea Friday for Mr. and Eawjh t .
V Cleonln bJ. 1W r.
Dry ,. iMra. Don Innes. other gueatt "Tho towering Tre* Man fragile blue or fern greed. ';" <;" :;' .
ere Mr, L E. Ashley and Mrs.MK. tort, Florida llwiott':6.1f. isee 16'b' to lsib. '. .... 1
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\ rliiiiiiiiliiimmiiimiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiii FOR SALEltII.llllltlJlllllllllill"IIIIIIIIIIIIItIlIJ ,' 'liniiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiii I '.1 I SOLUTION OF LAST WEEKS PUZZLE PUSHED I VISITS HERE FORT PIERCEIMARKETNEWS '
SERVICES OFFEREDiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiii. CONCERT
; : ., ', ACACIS f ll wards ..itII I
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Noi.olltt! *
.. Urge cover.
OLD Nt.\H ,M\P.itS: lc a pound STTJAItf. lasht
CALL 41-W Head-

l rim at hluarl Jsewi if; of quarters any' kind' for Loo SnaJpy' 49 hauling Service of t =lUtj sr.w a..,.In.,U... HOB ADM P P29j. ; II AG W E tI.II.IS. ourselves"prultratly'.. RED CROSS OVER ,,, ,:

FOR SALE Apartment House: freight and ejfress. Stint "It': N"vv PER C A U II H I N G E '::.11: .

I furnished Apis, all electric mells SnappyirServtce. Tele- .1. LAmf roym or : ::I, I N M E II PER I rlii Japanese. QUOTA FOR 1947 I: *y !M. K. Williams. ftp'

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I ally equipped. By owner Write I 1 phone 41440PAYROLL U.., .1. Help ACE R II T ERA C E U. repl"Intat Noire Present Indication tn tha,
14 for '* a'" o. I
Box appointment. I
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.J RATES: 2t PER WORD ORDINARY March 20, 17, April '3, 10. I BJiK National lys- '44. ''';1'a': .' BAR DilL A T I E N !I M ::- :=- fair vo'um.} of tomatoes IrIII L

MINIMUM' !5e FOR 11 '" .. f tent fur Urping wage and .16.. n., E R S A RIV MAli RII N n, goals dftri Collections 7Dat. Total j harvested from the 8t. i,,

WORDS; 3e PER WORD CAPITALS FOR' UtE: I8i (t. Sea Skiff.{1 hour, witrAolding: il lax and social ; i: 4.lititrats st"fe T II F L A PII L IT 5 :: Pick. $5,768 Quota area

WORDSiiiMHiiiiiiiiiiiirViiiiiiirrniiiiii, MINIMUM. JOc FOR 17 Tunnel Strrn. cxUtmcly! shallow serurijy reports, when :you 10, Short A for a M HIF DR! I'.:) E .ansylvan$4er1al" .n $4,000A Growers have, been haraatjk
draft 5 to 1 Air. ,
K'KXi h.p. '
cooled engine Price $'ir>0. heel'I i ay r more Ask for employees these at trust'al: II II A P Iii AMPlAtruludint 15- rUJJ At 3L Anon tlaavY yillowSo benefit concert at the Martin 1 frost, freezes, heavy ralMll(

> nun' Ernie lions at fttuarl News I Hews office tf I II ltl,::bhlva: \ MAE IIIAIVIF R TED polvda nodicinaAU CoUnty High School auditorium h:gh winds, for the past **,

; APARTMENTS FOR RENT Mir. ; 27I4IKSME I Wit'll 1 of &be ova ATE R A PI I II E A II. catch v'.x Olt 41 I IIt I last night climaxed: the weeks. But In spite of \file t.

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII IIIIHIIIIIII f : lhli( ,All, hiuise ('or, "' !TORE l foods, Ice Groceries cream, lunildual:;,: ., TIAfT Eill RIB 3o.lfo 0"Mouth,Vvies"aW ," by 49 0 annual Red Cross drive In Martin favorable growing weather,, t

(,. H. IliRhwuv !No' 1 and In- /androten. 'It'l, Palm City. rall"rivitnuli" n O.I.: Mait"I'lit' County with contributions totaling proximately fifty percent allit,
Eurentild .
lIilad. 14 0.0bial, 4.. .r L &let n Gan f
| buAriesmI"ItLioll
illanlimii ( Ideal .
| .rulls .... of the county 4200 planted acreage hat
;I. We let I). O rd n '110. molnullelostion rh. far In excess fen'"
I directly' Opposite] ( nelk ', J Soil I of tt, Push up' salvaged.
Harvesting
I Vente", ; :: eoll.q (hapters, $',000 quota. Collector with' h,
r r"t.; trailer Court and JI'1lauranl.. I.'I ; : tAR: STORAGE I 21 K Of v1s. ..dlr.f M 41 "Do I.Tog lul l,, .r 11.1 d.W..t: Its. r....'.... to total $376833, It 01' orable growing weather, _
5.t75.011 11.8 date ,
( Inquire Shaw 1 to Jan 1, 1948 it 44 Article I 741,11 trees start around
"" F' '11 m, Cleveland Ave It Palm City, FlaoKTABlK I.II. 1V1:1e:; :, ," r-ov-0.8 I for 4. flI r,.. 42 llnli at the vas rted today by Mary E .. April first
p0milasiply the fool,and t IF"ZO61' I.s Union: lllbr, repo In addition,, to the loot,

j tj 'hi a ,.. ''ie., 1 U ; i tOIl SALE:' White enamel 3- I M. Oriental:' ship! 44 Is he tell lld, I 4t'. t thus.nut ludUlll UX Shackelford drive'chairman.. COL. BIPEKT GRAVES acreage, there' will be IIq

'J burner, III'ro.e"t' 'with' WELDI-SE I i Pr:r.Jr:: ? iPft UP !; 4 i m f' range : ( rlb. ,ubl 10 Hair onfii Idly 47 eorlim II light
; f: Y oven. First! class I ;I / AMUHEltb ANYTIME, lT ICU.. ol M Greek bitter. >. loii'l'i'n ...1. 43. ChlntMi meas.histait jai to reach $8,000 when she hal Palm Beach by plane last melons Okra and lima ben

"'/1' .".- ... feeMn... Monuniner II I OXK.I'.V: ACETYLENE OR I ftft Ahft 64.U.: Faithful Earth,, I'. JO:utrilif t.rv .loa. iirt tail-I : it( 41a." received a few reports atlll outstanding Thursday where he was net About "800 to. Goo acre..* n,

'< Itoad: Phone 134.J II lssso &L Bashful lariats ,.L T hop Greek M, high winds and heavy nta
t' ELECTRIC; WELl I N G OR Lanl
his wife and daughter
by
which 133 inches, Of last
::1 ATLANTIC COURT tllTINC.. DAN FAGENt Last night concert Wells_
.) APARTMENTSSTUART IOn SUE: (' I H IMJV'S SERVICE; STATION 3 rxlllllr r 4 7 rAWE itsI added $76 to the drive; was received and father-in-law, Col. A C did not do these crops any M i

FLORIDA building la be PHONE! 9KZ. U.I by an enthusiastic audience vorbi, USA retired) ''wUb' But with favorable growini ..

II WHEN AVAILABLECompletely I i, pruprrh Inquire ry 14w&0 f ,, .---- 3 which gave ample evidence horn, he visited until Sunday ditlona, these crops should tina
rrniwrly on Palrn I of the
of Its appreciation fair yield.
Furnished lIou.eI HoUGH DRY SERVICE, LAUN-
when he returned to duty at '
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AJar. r 7. Under
URi SI iniCE lour work of the performers The'two new packing homo
keeping Apartment* laundry 3- 10
,I I 17 J direction of Wendell Georgia Military College In
W T. FACETTelephone carefully I washed all FlatWork its. I the Joint at the State Farmers uirta
: INTSIAL\ ) VALE:: i ifuo ; I !, Waters,' high school band director Mlllidgeville, The colonel Is are almost complete
9152IIIIIMllHimMHUVUlllllimilUillllii sheets, pillow-slips, etc, and rot
.. i "t house in N. C./dn I ironed and wearing apparel I ,20 011 21 and Leon Jones, Methodist now professor of mililaiy' for the opening of the iprtn
'' IX tonm.. Hell / .
the *
: Church choir leader concert I science and tactics and also season.
{ dried for home Ironing We'
for operation -%
'' Included numbers the commandant of cadets at the
gy
j FOR SALE t lion, ekiellent I can give you two dayi service 4I Buyers are showing id h
ffl r24
band and a group of church college lie returned to the
Interest
creasing In
11500. For I and will pick up and deliver r211 I I cucumber
choirs this Admission
In city. 1945
United Slates In
It' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIISECOND 1 74' tails write box X your laundry. Use this economical 27 28 was $1 which la the cost of ayears i I after 16 months' in August the ETO :: melons squash eggplants' m
: HAND swivel chairs.i Har 27 service for your family membership In the Red per, and for all vegetable crap
See them now at Stuart News I I -pjrOH- 1 RATE ONLY lOe PEn LB."tJmtu certificateswere where he distinguished hImi i that can be grown auccenw
OWice 30 J2 33E34 Cross Membership self as commander of a paratroop in this area.
I Uj{ hVIL good intfk : WHEN DRY PEO- given to all attending : I
division which broke
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trrsli A hID I r E'S I.At'NlutY, Phone 287 Shackelford
FOR SALE: Outboard motor. 11bp I Ij K.ap.a'k type dt ,I, )1 tt.DUAGLINES 31P Miss explained through the German fortifications I MORE ABOUT

j Sea King Perfect' Condition Eddie !Shlffer, file" -- -_-___. rVA the chapter quota' was considerably of Southern France

Reasonable. Wllbar'l (,en- i i out Mailin ilifjh ,: and truck cranes 37 38 the less national than las organization* year because He and Mrs Gloves own a INDIANTOWNContinued

eral Store. Salerno. It I available by day or contract. fflla 1 riverfront home here the
I I due to ear's generous receipts
FOR 41LE: 3' Kofi 1 trailer for 1 I'lldipay.. 1831 N. Palm Way :war former Handerson properly
FOR SALE: Practicarlly. new HER: sale'peclt ic I lAkes. bottle I|: Lake Worth, Ha i 41 42 43 ahead financiallyand I I where they plan to live at terbit ( from page One' )
i It felt there need of
!It bag: concrete mixer I 'ultZ.1:: gas Awning" I j \1 l platform, Jan 16, !3, 30, Icb 6, 13, 20, 27,1' netting such high was quotas no again retirement. During his stay From 10 wells the water U ptinp
be Inspected Shark radio. Good liror ReasonablClai I ed into aerator
Mar 6, 13, 20. 1 44 45 44 41 this Last here they purchased the adjoining an front wtik.
Salerno 11 Its Mil Av *Ocean Itreeze' year. year a quota force of
by It
j i! was MOOD which was exceededby 150 feet of riverfront from gravity flows tat
lark. Jensen It DO lot have trouble with a 000-gallon filter unit, Ben
FOR SALE: 20 ft, 1942 Roverafl I I :your 483T more than $7000, Miss, Edward Mapp
House Trailer fhas.1| henn not laying; Then use frhackelford saId. after being treated with crate
sleeps I tOIltS 1'01'r .a..'. Good 1 ,
which
lieu Pan-a-min Stuart Feed are
supplied at
Barre, Palm City Store It i '
condition I'. SZ5.00. t all] BENEFffiSSETFOR
Store. tfTIUSSES. LAST ROUND.UPON regular rate by an autorasti
260 1.
riverfront'property I tr
FOR SALE: 225 f... chemical pump the water ani
I
DELINQUENT
125 per ft. Close inj I FOR, SUL:--F
'InquIre Box 343 Stuart or' : |' knee pads, anklets,, etc Stuart I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII! clear pool, a 000-gallon atoll!
K. SJ LOO( flat
BAND
body, HEREA
phone 144-W, tf.1 I Drug Corp. t1i I MALE HELP WANTEDIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Published ; today's' tank I feet deep From this tu
dual 'a heel [tires good, runs ____ STUART JAYCEES In News U
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BABY CHICKS: Get New Price : fine. Seen t Brannan, next III VIC: PHY tt I ; a legal advertisement In which the water Is pumped to a *'

List and Save Montr: WORTHWHILE north ul 1111 ""s P14111ta4unsforf|' FIOOR SANDI 1)ONALDSON-j) 40,000 GOOD JOBS A MONTHSurveyors Martin County serves notice on age tank a milt north alonjtt
--4 benefit dance for the Stuart railroad from whence the ton
CHICKS, 101 W North Indiantimi goad oil South : IMilNf,, Athletics Instructors some 33 delinquent landowner,
PHONE 32 R P. 0.1
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(unlinucd: from ()ne'} School Band Association fund '
people draw their water.
fork Power pigs whose
Avenue Baltimore 1. Maryland. BOX 601 tf.1IIET : i] Linemen Construction holdings will be seized under
"l, will be held al, the Civic Center The whole
Feb. ( June 20 inc -- Workers, Warehouse He commended 'the Stuart State law with title vested system Is niton
FOIL SAtE: I foot boat, power. WASH LAUNDRY: SER- Foremen' Guard Patrolmen, group toritalpasedeeds r1U In the county::"unless taxes penalties Saturday from 1:3Q: p, m. until tic When the upper tank Isl

t'k' hp Johnson! Outboard mo-j I ell "Ith 5 It 4*. Universal II VICE-Your laundry Opticians. Finance C' and Interest are paid. mIdnight. All proceeds troLl to. a specified level pumps *
carefully efforts to streets
the and
tor. For sale or exchange for IIlotor I' : :; ,name ticket sales will be turned over turned electric
.ticalV new, less washed clean and returned to Armorers, Signs PaI Beside newspaper publication, on by Impulsileflll
J h. til East 5th Street It than lit manj {lumber all residencelto< lacifl i to the band of Mrs. Marvin
the
_p ___ fiiouri running time, I i you damp for home drying- Structural Steel I formal notice and a copy: of the which) upper tank from tt
GET tea-kettle at''' and In p ject conHiUon! Sturdily and Ironing We will pickupand feather Observer And tate mall delivery, iti."plan for newspaper ad will be mailed to H Rowell la financ, chairman clear pool. When the latter ttl
YOUR singing .
O E Store. Dehon Phone I buil tf heavy plywood hull, deliver, and give you two ether skilled turn are reolreti a safety program and Its long- each delinquent Thlrty-threi additional: donations to afoot level a float si

II Bldg tf oakII!*A. by Culfslream 1 das service on .this cconomi- for peacetime; duties In., the standing harmony with other I totaling: $130 have swelled turns on pumps automatlol

__ .. __ : Bud CuH.litany at Riviera in' cat wet nash. Rate Sc new' Regular Army Uptakes civic organizations here, some the associations fund total to to bring the clear pool back

fOR SALE: t bed-room house 1946 HJ always been moored' Weighed, when dry .\ approximately 40 repiglivients thing he, said often li not the EXPERTSGl $2094 Mrs. Kowc.ll. announced Its capacIty. ,
LAUN-1
large living room and dining and stiijid under coveiy-urm- bundle 10 pounds. WET month to keep case. "It urn"t easy to. be a good yesterday Contributors include: 7nt system la gauged to l fun

combination Screened porch. plelely S equipped including 80- lb. PIOPLES: up to strength aril there Jaycee." Bishop said. HiIMn. .rr. ".d. "I' ish DO.000 gallons of water i *,
per ,.
Ah electrically equipped and I heavy yanvan cover. Tole,.'.' DRY, Phone 287 tfHiiiimmmiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi. are hundreds, a rt } opportunities In describing come of the work INSTRUCTIONON The MI., >He rd l* Mr end..., Ilurhoft M W/ a.,..ildrid.. but In cases of emergency Ib

f furnished B. E, Smith 604 Boat yrd. Salerno U lal leant til young tt the State body, he emphasized Mead' could be Increased considered;
men between $ 31, Inclusive M **4 II,. I, C: Bunfnr4 ,
Akron St. It Its action In the
governmental The tit
; system also furnishes
I M and at... II"uh 1_ "'lilt.. D
FOIL SAD. : Young mule for sale WANTED1111111111111111I11111111111111111I111111111111I! ((17 with pare/ts' eon- Affairs field where It la endeavorIng -: M 'nl Mrs. .,hn ft Oni tor the railroadFenBfeer I
.FOR SALE: 5 Building Lots See IWfL. Petlnay at Pettway's' stntt)) New, higher Aay, plus to empress the people of the CLOTHING Mr' An ti: ilbumlit t Sold

I 3 Lot 50 x 150, 2 Lots. 45 X 150 More,[ A01111CS. Fla. I feod, clothing". quarters' ,, dental State that only "by exercising M MI-,,, /Mail Uul. it .ll.trrllM M.nton' ,i neither tanporUnt: relatli
Adjoining good location. Close WANTED: Tars to repair. Expert and medical Are make .
I their fundamental) right to the M I at" Gu, my'lJ. .
q1w Industry which huserM
In. Price right for quick sale lOKSflE! : Bahy csrriaje good| Mechanical Service. Stuart the Army a smart& hoice. GI ; Karl Mork,I I
secret ballot will they get 'the "Is.' sad II.. ,, ur IndlarkkAn business Is II
Clothing' leaders of Martin G" J.
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Will I of I
deliver warranty Deed. ton l0n. Snulhi, Hill on bill I Service Station Opposite Stuart Bijl Rights Educational kind of government they want J. "' .. ...."h j'TI FertUifimpany
I french ctUhiTHoward
: Write P. O Box 854 Stuart, Dnvf.i It i News Phone 9144 tf benefits for thostwho enlist County Home Demonstration Mr ..d ate>. I.'h"' 1J a..I'\, '
ris If .__ aod serve at .'least three lie decried the wide allure to Clubs met Thursday and Fridayat M,. T,-. lIulnA 9tO lando of wbk
:... ___. __ : months official vote In Florida In 1944 when only the home Mrs. Lester Sheridan 8. I IMI IMJ_ I ''lelLs: vaWie\esldent maniri
fOllMl : WILLI'LL; ; GIIDr ft l},WANTED : ;Man: tilth truck, 1 or before termination ollo ..d Me>. Aguirew ;
FOR:: SALE: FIVE ADJOINING'CHOICE 110*"E TRAII I.|{ tllP: tot t|j. 1'' ton refngeratored or panel of war', T e.-.ear. enlistments Zr pie cent of the) electorate on U. S. 1 wlfKMlsi I Joyce 111"4 M... L.1..1"tI..ich" ., 10 I h< firm *len supplies a lukwrtfan

LOTS IV BESSEY'ADDITION
STREET HAS AK SI1AUO 'IAUN APTSALBAW M, business, Good, Income. Phone branch of servte from those He also cited trip State body Florida Extensliii SI vice, Miss W. 1ft". II" 4 a 1"ba", I, t pburHVpt fertiliser an acre Deeded

0 RIPARIAN RIGHTS TO RIVIK 3" S. AU:.. OliV :%2581 Hittite Sound, at once. It stilltopen; and Jveneas theater efforts for a public health pro- Jean Frye r<4>rese ting the ....- bl.tlm U on the toVns lurround!
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ONLY S2000.00. PRICED FOR NE 53, G I. I from thoje pram, for the Florida, HighwayPatrols set MI. J W n ,', I lore
% IUENHF.LDAET : ) : -- 9 with open Spool Cotton' Company, New Is 8-4 a., choo. a, .,, f project, twice ftaa been
QUICK SALE. HARRIS LOW- f It.I ., WANTED: Position for elderly quotas. Get fctails on the I creation and for a York, and M/l.Lucle Insect"!', M., AII1ot..I.. to expand Its quarters to o>

I r .. ERR,, JR. BOX 954 OR CALL -- Ihan Honest and reliable. Aimy retlremfnt plan and measure to prohibit cattle being Martin Countjrttpme Demonstration M II, .bad.. 1In.AirJ L,.I.L,()o..h. I the demand foil Its product Iit

140 tf F( SALE : 1912"I' Covered wa- lifaht employment. Write Box I oth ;= V. S. tree along public highways. Agent V At.1-1 "" .....', CI..Comp..11. j.I the Indlantowi 'plant Imp"

J j>n house Trailer, SSOOOO. U'I, ItJ.! Stuart. U.iWAD Arm 2 I E0971ltateyn! 204 John McCarty, Fort Pierce Miss Bevis gave a preliminary MI and Mrs.. 10,1, 111'I; I the raw wtAlaV I but the I l lIng J
'OR.SALE--J; M"" 004
I >< and 4 hp Lau- h board boat practically new Boutsj Seeonoist, Fort PI] I'rce, vice-president of the 6th Jaycee I talk) evaluating the work done .ratted. Mrs..I. I. Lfth", t saeklrJ! an ODD
son air-cooled engines Also I I!00,00. See woman- ;; ; by .... 'II jAdvales
I 'I (arl l.rnshuis, i, : White to dj Florli Ur District In which Stuart la Included Home Demonstration Agents :- M. "'001d.. IsOf I In the local T>V"M 1 Soon *"
'" Irrigation pumps Ulmer Mo- Ocean Breeze Trailer Park' I and r pointed dut that the, M. "d. M". \\I, 4.h.._ ,
throughout the State during the "larrtwV! the brcnch firm n*
.for Co. I If
__. _. tf r. 27 '- I ,fil-ty-king lIouilekeep.1 Illlllllllll 111111 11I11.11I1 11I111111I11fO acquisition of the charter meant war and postwar period In train- 1\ t .." one lulldlng expansion but t I I

FOR SALE: Rose Barrel back ) OK1 SALE;: New 9' electric re- 1,I Phn...... ,_R RENT 1 the reorganizing and recommitting Ing leaders to paaa on specialized CONVENTION I volume of business forced jI

chair 'book rack, vacuum Irlgcralor, new 100 lb. metal, '< 1\IVi';;: ;' ;;:' "ll ...",'III"I 1 iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiii national group to the work of the Information to the public Daytpna. TO M.N: another Addition which Just i
cleaner body, an organization Beach
reel.and .I ti
new pfluger surf refrigerator. One 18 boat with i I { FOR RRkTdfTwo room Apt through the Home Demonstration (FNSr cently was completed The
I Ocean City surf reel and)! A much In need of young men who Program She Spokesmen for h to
new' outboard motor 30 Rhode WANTrD\.olf equipment and fnrnlsheU unfurnished, for stated the additions have added more
red. Mra A. L. Callen box 26 Island chit kens. II. L. miller, *umitureyor club house. Contact light h W keeping Also two can tackle problems of a community number of such project leaders Young Democratic uba 0 /StO square feet of floor ipi

\\1' i Kobe!>> Sound Florida. I old Dixie Highway' next to MarUn County Golf and furnishei Ingle rooms, with with vigor, Initiative and has Increased more than 100 to, Florida the list 01 declared thla ek that loht firm building,
experienced
FOR SALE-BUNGALOW ON Orduay. : Body Strop. It Country Olub, tf cooking Mcllitie*. Reasonable assistance from nearly 800 lend dignitaries tat- In addition to Indlantowi f
other their
civic threediv
1- I ; He said '
groups any An exhibit of accessories of I ve tion *
for
the n
OR MORE LOTS. FRliTREES year- send. Loder, Coco per, negro population
15000 SEE CHARLES I 1I FOR SALE;: 20 acres on Britt I WANTED: RlL to Ft pIer;. and nut Row Jaycee program If teen throughto various styles and materials was here Is Impressive: M. meet in a 50-acrt area called Built

.CONRAD read, just off, Ifighway; No 1. back Mondrt through Friday Mar 13.20 1. completion can mean much shown by Miss Bevis and a demonstration ,I starts tomorrow u, S sAiatora Park. Bert the residents. !tt
SALERNO !
SilO S.
I fit. 1320 It road frontage on north I Will share ea>ensei See Law- tq.a community, and noted that In the making of bags, I Claude Pepper and SpeSrd L. the unusual dletln,.lon of Wi

I and $00 ft on South side New erence, Roberta. ShadoVlawnApaitments FOR RENlilAve bedroom house, many things are possible ,,hereto haw., dickies and, Chinese buttons I I.Holland ate expected- ownership of moat of \hitrty. P"
REAL ESTAWFOR concrete foundation 40 x t a'' riverfroM' make! this group potent.. was conducted the Miss '
: \ It hpuse, furnished or by "CA"kjj0N- An unusually thtltl
Sound Federal :; 24'. 3 Inch deep well and 2 inch I unfurni >ef Inquire Hubbards 11 "I his club should realize, thi Bevls and Mrs Frye, I QUEEN5 acM
I iiii.Eirl'.1 ,' community, It has Ua own
shallow well. 4 acres truck WANTED; Roof> %fpalt-Inll' and opportunity present,, now to On '
frontage, $5 to 19 Propertjj orSValm City Road ; the second day materials churches and places for red
foot, average land, ditched and cultivated. house painting 1 .eo, Leeman Mar. 27 make" Stuart the beat place'inthe were brought and each member, tlon, and have be
assuiances
past year. Electricity already P. O Box 1333.: State In which to Uv, Mc
quarter mile. Terms M percent Wione 9137. attending actually took part In It
cash, II per cent / nualIY into building! Bite Perfect title. March 8, 13, 20, 27 i i FOR REffT: (room A Vttcouple' carty concluded. the construction of an article, the given road by county from Indlantown authorities n
\ $1-00000; J. E. Brock, Phone i year bound residents Among local official and clvlv
I Interest 4 per eenf on deferred I WANTED Mt Banish' Those attending the meetingwere Ding Into Booker Park soon i
150.J. : of Iancuatee
Electrft
It I leaders '
payment Fo security ..._ ._ refildfrator and gas were Sheriff; Q M Han- Mrs. Lester Sheridan, Mrs
records be that
< Prttne M P paved, an action woj
range j Virtioni Apis, across cock, City Manager L. B. Eurtt,
'f er, speculation we* located Hobson Reddish, Mra. Creaale
f 111111I1111I11111111111111111111111111111111111I1 Parette. 313 be over
i W or rite Box from lice Hoteti Phil a vast !improvement
Mayor Pence
J suburban acreage II/he prime LOST & FOUND : 0818 *i It Rotary Presl- Baker and Mra Shelton Baker of rutted' and dustyfland: roM

,! Investment, Impro d roads iiiimiiiniiuinii:iiiiini'iiiiM' iniiiiiii Mar 27( Apr 3. ra, FOR RMNT: FlooAcanding, nut'chlnej '. John oent Fred Mann.Stafford and Police Chief the Tropical Forms Club,. Mrs.C. the present. ,
: high mileage automobiles, H. B Kraft and M Fletcher Mra Oeorge Fletcher -
,:, 'every modern eon nlence for LOST: Purse containing 11200 WANTED to buy. good V.tock". ';; : floors and edajr. Refinish I Price French manager and and Mrs. C. V. Bussell ofJndlantown how Indlantown' oni ofI'ount's fl

,; country homes will cause an Also eye 11a8_ Reward Call I well-rooted poin"ttiss, ""a'',.. your at his retail. president Of the. Chamber ol ; Mrs: Saunderson moat progressive"f
Its
: exodus from er'wdeda' eon"J 113'J or 721 O'cfUl.a.t.. Iti' pha. and red hlbl'e ."_ nd C.PhoiJ SlENTi Hardware Commerce.. and Mrs Beaver of the Salerno mumtlea will fart In the wb'
I i what have :you t. A. Pretoel McCarty also presented depends sclelylon those
3ted, rlties to _try/ ROST Young Club, Mrs Paul A. de VUblaa, "
) : Pr of pilots sunelasse-s .Box $16\ with his there now and who are bit
StuarL
Arm ita" president l pin
I ,Today a small' will 1 cost FOR furnishes Young Mrs Steve Blasko and Mrs. fceptlV4)
Tuesday afternoon Reward q- modern ed In feeing U grow but any
lest) than cit /lot. Given announced that at consecutive fxlchard
a anopportunity Phone %83. II 11111111111 oil till III oulil 111;11111111 oil oil he"b with garage tiam April meetings lOOn, new club R Wallace of' the Palm ) study of what la w
wiir ion would to Dee. 1st. officers City club and Mrs. Clarence
MALE HELP WANTEDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiir,> 15111 DU nable accomplished there today P
I rather be amber of the 4-H FOUND would be nominated, elected and Edward of
: IS bill Mar list. Owner [ Responsible party. griquire, Stuart Mra. Muellerof the u
dub than be drag store cowboy ; Installed, the latter to take place New Jersey I every Indication that i
can have by identifying Lef cry, lensen Beach I was visiting '*, for
"J'' .. Brer I.Carlberg. Sewall See Mr. Dunn Rivervlew. #pts. Hi IP WANTED: MALE: OR FE-' do li River Drive, I m it kri June r He alao announced the A continuation of this demonstration sincerely bidding for n
', Point, .Jensefa Beach, Florida March 17 I\IAI.I.TO, : KEEP RECORDS: I iridgeRKNTt. Jaycee national convention will be carried on recognition as a center
; tf PBOCFySING PLANT. APPLY would be,held ;n California. June through the Home' Demonstra 11 industry.;

LOST, Bank uf deposit box)[ SHARK INDUSTRIES, DEHON F Furnished AJ 1 44r 51'' ,. tion Clubs of the leaden
j' county by
FOR SALE/ New Porter-Cable, keys Return to Munch Barber f BLILDINU It' WL'AH electric kit] a. I under the i frlNER TO BE MOVED ;

11 I AI 8-11L flecol, landing machine Shop It'', n'l Apt*. Coconut 1 Be FINISHES TRAINING Inscoe direction pf Miss

Ir I, I W7S.M fret. J. Carlberg! SewaJl's I LANDSCAPE GARDENER DE- .29. <7, April S. :Alex' Dialog Car,. owned
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Ir nt; tfl I 1111111111111 l loll I tI liiiiiiii, iillhl I II FIRES POSITION AS ESTATE DeLand. March 27-Robert B. Operated bJTW: A; Harrlst

rol ; NOTICES I CARETAKER AND GAILDEN. R\TT: Large) bom* Oldeon. son of Mr. and Mra Hi CADETS ATTEND MEETING '''- .v.... ... 22 5 Wed Mb.....'closed tan!*

\' SAL Two, bedroom. house I fill fill 11111111111111111111111114, 11"11I1111I : ER OR ASMAtNTIENANCEFUPERVISOR. My 'tH. John Taylor home, i 8 Gideon of Jensen Beach has Cadet' Evans bay, Jr of .' PEGGY BOtUtMlse : rUy,TlMtday sjsd >he propnl
ore td. reened-ln front 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE the Paf\ City ro d. ) Hcornpleted hit' ground school has MioounoesT to *
Stuart .
patch/living room with brick j SPENCER SUPPORTS for wewoen.Men's INCLUDING II 1; fer infuktshed. All qw.sysil course In. aviation at Stetson Jacksonville and Edwin,: Presser 'III Boyle. -c I\oa '''ear.a.. the 4sdiUsfasMnnrom plans Ma tent
lireBhfot. tiled kitchen I and belts Luella Downey FLORIDA. CAN FURNISH f lences. Sktable' represented\ the Alpha tlon'queeR" tog
for red iKInlverilty and will OnUh -Mwioats of the "
,,,tit .,. add-! 1111 Orange Ave Fort his ; Society ol Bolles School'; : National hwatlon on WX J
'." .* Laundry ? BEST JlEF RENCE8. BOX 144. or Salomon sees. Rent IJOO.OO i Alight training shortly He U a : ; Flower Show In Chic..j j ito
&CkAOnv11IO14t re. : Immediately
the IIUa. Kj
Pierce Phone national! ,
slow of house W.450 MJAunf Mf-H for ap. STUART K per month \nftiratebejv, See Itreahraan mUgrlng in aro, Pages in a spring IIonRet chlahoH
,business the
181 Cleveland Ave. It, polntweot tf Mar, Z7, *. Honor Society convention In : MMM| fran
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TUB: STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County Florida. THURSDAY, MARCH I71M7.EASTERN .


ity house. I hart. to write little the St. ,Johns River classified a* I S t

DOWN the'STJJEET stow to finish my \letter.. Writing salt water face prosecution. j t@s
3
paper you can't.1way, ,et. "The fresh water fish that are {@@s

Everything Is the same except being taken Illegally from these #

cough and colds water art costing the sportsmen YOUR.LAS' T ; ; '
AIR I LlN.ES'iFebruary \ of Florida millions of dollar ff ,
t ," the director said .
STILL ILLEGAL TO year
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By MARY HARTMAN announced the f'i/i f!
...... .... SELL-SCALE FISH Morgan com ',
--"- -- will
Martin, County housewiveswere FROM OKEECHOBEE mission seek repeal of the i
I -.e e .;... IOL.nrew.e In law classifying Lake Okeechobee i ,
i I Seventh Heaven last CHANCE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE
.....
a week end to find stores Tallahassee (#)-The State ,and part of St. Johns as saltwater ,
I' I. grocery '
Game and Fresh Water Fish at the coming session of J '. : I
piled high with favorite brand ,
.l the Legislature. r
:, ,.fl'' of washing powder For the first Commission today announced A county judge at Moorehaven OF OUR LARGE REMOVALREDUCTIONS '
y I,,:t'," time line the war they were not plans to employ a director of :
22, 1941 e9r limited conservation officers. has ruled that It Is legal for C ;: : !
to "One to a Customer.
j citizens of that county to resume
The ,
officer, as yet unappolnt-
We still complain because we 1
can't have our choice of toilet rd, will have direct supervisionover chobee catching under salt fish water in Lake Conservation Okee-- t: ;: I '\\1111
employes enforcing game
reaps, but dolefully settled for I department statutes. The I t
fish
and law* He will receive an
eweetpea in lieu of 'ip
Angel Huff the '
'I. annual ruling above by Game and C
salary of 4500.
or whatever the advertiser have j
Commission Jr
Fresh Water Fish
h.- B. Sraft, Manager ,r;, ,- convinced will make the particular her Individual alluring I Ben At C.the Morgan same of time the:, commission Director- Indicates that the departmentwill YOU CA \DO YOUR'' ENTIRE SHOPPING AT YOU ; \\; l
County Chamber of Connerce ',- more continue to enforce Its rulingto i : II'
Hjrtla reported conservation officers >
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-being CLEAN i* really a LOCAL ,
Florida '. 'I. the contrary
sWIrl, would attend training
/ j ride Issue. By all '
: (. means one '1'' ; I I
course twice yearly "to keep
'" must have the proper fragrance.,
3"* fr. Krafti.! them Informed on the law., FortClinch near Fernandina : '
Leading tiP to shame us for .
III Ir'
.If considered one of the finest
sellIng
He warned that persons \ ;
ingratitude to our nation' :
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I Shave Just received .'copy of your booklet entitled For before me producer 1 II a fresh water fish from Lake examples of ,the brlckmason'j jl 1
Tlihlng Quid*" developed by the Martin County letter from a prewar acquaintance Okeechobee and the section of handiwork. t'restonea I ,

Jipb! r of Conmerc of Stuart Florida.:*)(ay I contend in Darmstadt, Germany. 1 I, It '
mil publication to you for diversification of its She Is a professional woman 'I 1
patent and the general fishing infomation that iteontdna. In her late 40' whose mother .'
died of the hardships of, war., t I :,
These Christian people to my HOME Vnd AUTO SUPPLY i it" I If'I I

twill sake use of it In W discussions of travel. mind are victim of Hitler' I I 'j If;';' !'
available to our regime, who are M Innocent as,, I I 'I
tyMares passengers( flying frets) Chie coto In I 1
we starting
florid on Eastern Airline a war which has !
caused them a 1000 times more

Very sincerely, suffering UNLESS we than lost we pear knew relativescr 1 I SALE ENDASATUROAY-9 PM t I fi!!

had war tragedy brought Into 1'I I ;
eif our Immediate families. To quote 'I
her letter, In part; 'II '
*. F. "When I alt all day In the office tee I .\ I
m,1)3, Division Manager ;,a; night there' .always a r }
lot of work to do at home. You 1
wanted to know where I work.I TOYS wNA EEL 20
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r str/ H. Kurt Henley work In the office wherethe I 1I 30% of f'';'il
money 1 Is taken for the city. I
work hard. All the for OFF 'I'' II ,:,
lilniiiiiiMiiiiniiiiiniiHiiiiiMiiuMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1, I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I l, / / I l I I I I I I I II iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l nine higher schools :t money Write that I aiMr I ,

down for the whole city of Darm- ; I
ENSEN BEACH NEWSBy stadt. If :they don't pay the I I
school money I have to levy on It. DINNER A RE 25offOOL '
Charlotte Nellie It la awful cold and no coal and i '" : :
wood Is green and wont burn on I'lL"I
iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii/ llllllllimiHIIINIIIIIIIimiHIIIrllllllilHIl
account of frost all through It. \\I Ij11
Kr. and Mrs. Oeo. Fuller, who: dented Mrs. Uptegrove a singing A good hot cup mOfor coffee orblack I '
in spent the season here at I teakettle as a token of apprecia tea with cocoa to ,i iJ

Mt new home, 'have returned: tonA social hour followed and warm up but you can't make It-I \ 'J ,
Such things we cannot get. All .
0 their home In Speculator, N. refreshments were served. f TRAI Ne \
living materials art so short. I I ;
At the meeting of the Legion Butter and fat you don't see. Hammers Files Wrenches ))1 f i' ,
Mrs Meta Chester of Sebastian held last In Even so with and 20B1. l,
Auxiliary Monday I soap powder. Hack Saws Pj! Etc Etc. .
es .
u the guest of Mr. and Mrs. '
The last half year I couldn'twash mllul safe and comblt I
the Town Hall the following officers toomv j
.8. Robertson Sunday, with soap because we didn't LOW FAKSInDeluxeCosVhet t., in oil kinds el w.ath.il You I 1 h
OFF-
Hi. and Mm. Charles Tyner were elected for the year: have any, Stockings, darning tonVallY rain aboard a train ho* ,
1 Detroit Mich are spending a Helen Wlnowlskl, 'President cotton, thread and elastic are em hrinj rr-traia ol high ,,i 4
until here guests of .Mr,, and Clara Vaught, Secretary Betty lust the came. We It FROM Sr ST way flbHan ,'
can
say dim i 1,1
only
Alderman, Treasurer Jennie Tk ianlin a I
in. Harvey Wright FREE GIVBM AWAY AT
worries us as the day starts and T.-- on. W.r f... canfawiy when you 9.5 hun- FREE -
Munch/and Jackson Sergeant at Arms,
lln Holmes childel the misery starts again. I wonder .t P.h. A e ..a.MWwi Clem\smartly oqulppoi wash I "
have returned to their home Ruth McElfresh Chaplain, Doro- when It will be different. I ary.roam ar\l I all times arallabU.{ 3i30 P. M. SAT DAY NIGHT I 1
i Charleston, 8. C. They haveguests thy Smouse, Historian, Marie don't think we will outlive this, De,,... s I stir Plan I. \ on. o( /Uio Florida La/ge PackagesZINNIA ::1 1
n of Mr*. Munch's Ward, Isabel! Gamble, and Myr- We were used to better living. J.w.el.Yw..1a taw s.ts Ea.l CwntAlino iraoolk.lidina 8 TUBE FIRESTONE AUTO .!-1 ,
rothtr-ln-law and alster Mr, tle Johnson, executive commit You will n.. Y eras (rain an yu\n il aln.Jack Martin. MM. Mar-' tee.: After the meeting adjourned please excuse us when ... numl vido loot Cs. seat. doptndabU RADIO \; t tB
we moan. I didn't like to I
say 1 > tncliMlSlnJUr asd dulcet d.stise' SEEDS
tonic local
a social hqur was and 'dlIr.. to
in accompanied them home torihortTlalt enjoyed b ..lunMBfc
lefreshmenta served. it but sometimes It overcome Minli. *N ties, + & tRE AND CLAIM YOUR RADIO : i ;

Unity Robertson .aces ten Mra,S. J. 'Ward was 'hostessto you and you have totalk.. Be 'schedulee I
glad that you don't have this. I For end 'farther inform ii' I
4 cruise to Cat Key with Capt. her bridge club at Seymour'sInn "You wanted to know U we
tk Whlttlcar and a fishing Tuesday afternoon. Members TELEPHONE 25 iLORIQ Reductions AH
could go to churchWe could always ,, :L on
present were Mrs. Seymour ,
rty.Hn. to but .
go church our nice : ,
H..L. Hearn and ton \left Gideon, Mrs. C. H.' Alderman, I Items A
city Is so bombed that all our AST CO T I IANNOUNCING .
londay' for San Francisco Mrs. R. S. Robertson Mrs. Lewis nice churches are burned out. ,
Gamble, Mrs. Hertel.
hen the will embark for Japan Adolph Our nice Martin Luther's Church
Jlota her husband, Capt. Hearn Quest were Mrs. Betty Alder- they art fixing It up a bit. I : .
I B. Army. The American Legion Auxiliary --- ------.- '- '- ... .. .-. ._ .' ._--- j \ t
Kr. and Mrs. V, V. Wortham, entertained at a stork show .
r. of Palm City were dinner er at the Tilton home Friday t Luggage .j,
nets i of the Robertson last night honoring Mrs. Norris Til- ..
Mt,. ton. Various contests were held /
I t 'a
Vt and Mrs. T, R. Helller and and punch,cake popcorn and p
to Charlotte Hejller had as I peanut were served. The honoree '' GolfB s'd, f .'
Mr and Saturday received many beautiful BUY WHATYOULMEEDONTHE New ipment
*cousin Bill Clark of BIs"trtH. gift*. Those present were Mrs. sr "
D. I Warner Tllton, ST., Mrs. Warner CHASON'S SERVICE STAT) FWw
Mr and Mrs. C. T. 7>ndall Tilton, Jr., Mrs. Ransom Tll I F I' Br 'I"f Ii
I. ms
daughter Charlie and son ton, Mrs. C.H. Munch, Mrs. H.W. f l
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i th of West Palm Beach, were Munch, Mr. W. C. Johnson, Mrs. ; I
DEALERS
Isis of Mrs. Tyndall'a parents Allen Kendall Mrs Joe WlnowIfckl. AS IN ,MARTIN COUNTY o. i'
ft and Mrs. w, L, Fredrickson j I I. Mrs. Betty Alderman Mrs. none adios- ,
day.Mr Jack Smouse,' Mrs. Clifton FORCUSHMANMOTOR (
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and Mrs Carl Fisher, Mr a ,Bounds, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, JI J-
Jt.Johnson Mrs. B. M. Ivanek I Mr*. John Horst, Mrs L. D. Me- .t I ....:: :
|OIl Mrs Allen Kendall spent Thresh Mrs. Mack Castello, Mrs. ae Seat Covers
|day In West Palm Beach and Gene Hoke Mrs. Pete Ward, Mrs. 1\' SG00TER I New Shipment t
F Worth with friend Reginald Rosa Mrs. W, H. ,
Vaught Mrs. Jack Beat, Mrs. R.
Thee
/ held asttwednesday ,&. Muner and Mrs. C:E. Walker 1 '
I W ichool. After the regular Mrs. H. H. Jones, Mrs. Ernest L. fa Fan Belts s----
| n s meeting and election of ,RIcou, Misses Mollle Rlcou, Ernie
KSf''for the coming year, hf, Klcou, and Marget Parker of r
I were entertained by the Stuart.
| Band composed of pupils MUST
''III ehdirect four trade, un- I Fires drive away game. A per- A

Cth on of Mr*. T, wat-, son wko think won't burn the BE SEEN /"/VEHICLE Head tern he i I
apiegrove 1
The children pre. w00df. tL--- TO BE FORAPPRECI has i


? EVERY
ted From April lit through June 1st our tern. H r

NEED. porary HeadquAers will be in the Post Office '
'
\THA49 I Arcade in thef rear of the Stuart Paint Corn'e ,h '

T pany store, tfere will carry on with a catalog ; ,pi f; 4

business maintain a show room and transact 'a

1's Mr lends, Customers and the.Publ' f Stuart THE HlEAL VEHICLE our bu/get paynwit plan business. e '


sad Marti FOR i Those iahing to make purchases may do '
County ( take this extend
mean to one
,BUSINESS, LEA URE, CITY AND FARM so and ye will deliver an where in Stuart. Our K d
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d all my +s ere 'THANKS for ur Patronage and ECONOMICAL TRANSPOR ION \ND DELIVERY SERVICE'' AT AMAZWU.Y phone/umber will be 1 12\as we will use the

LOV COST ; Stuar/Paint: Co. phone.

Iiendship( JOO MILES PER GAdCON -. SPEE\OVER 35 MILES/ER HOUR
whil operatfn Horseshoe Bar ,and
e member will be location
FAR"AHEAD Off\HY OTHER LlVlT'WEICJiT, VEHICLE we 1n r new "k I Iax

/and June,lit in the PreiselBuilding.COLEMAN' .
*kkage & .' ,
Store for t two years. It is my desire, MEET AND RIDE A '

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THE STUART NEWS.. STUART. Martin County, Florida.. THfRSDAT. MARCH J,. 1941.

I JENSEN RESIDENT I* DAY TO BE PROCLAIMEND INSTRUMENTS FILED to discuss the Importance of established finally In any dls- li being shaped to care tor demand -visiting in Men and awaiting and 'Mr*. Ruben T Job;::
GETS CERTIFICATE her husband, Captain WaltpaMr -
rural toning M let forth in trlct\ tinder'the act shall be punish for homes here. word from
I Mtg. A. M. Dehon to Blanche '
,V J,] Mi*. Barbara: Miller Person of I Jacksonville March 27-In -- ) Svec of the U. 8 Army, to Join -
compliance Florida law Van Every Oeer, petition by the Indian Hirer by t fine not to exceed $500 and Mrs j, a lltq
Jensen Mr antS Mrs W. I. Linderman where he expects
was among the 313 him In Panama
persona Millard
i Drive Association to Representative or by Imprisonment not to ex- and children !
to whom teacher certificates I Governor F Caldwellwill QQ.-P..t. Batllnger to State of End son Warren. have moved be lo ated'tor, a number of Pamala and ih
''i were Issued list month by Issue a proclamation calling Florida. p. k. Saunders to sponsor In reed 30 days or both. I from the Streeter guest houseIn to Jean from West Palm !
''i the State Department of Education clflclal attention to PanAmerican WD.-Arthur L, ettway to Feby the 1647 Legislature 6. for a board of adjustmentand i Ankona their newly con- .lean, and Miss Jessie P. Miner were visitors last week bed
.; ,, according to figures released Day April 14, and he la expected Wright Dr, E. L, Dennldon was appointed appeals to hear and recommend structed home In Eldred. War- and Angus Miller, Eden. Mrs. McCarley's Ind ,II
<< '>*> 1 by Superintendent of Pub- to proclaim a Pin-Ameri formal action on hardship ten, Instead of returning to New brother. Ar\h.\
p }
chairman W. H. Un ;
; at
Phillips :
1 WD.-Henry W. .St. John to ; Dordan and her Edenlawn
accepteda Mrs. Daisy
lie Instruction hu !
I t Colin English. can Week starting that day. Bard, treasurer, and Mist Katherine cases Jersey u planned ,
1 ,.1'' Henrietta W, Sanford. Enscy, secretary. ,. Any Intention to create atoning position with gasoline station house guest Miss Gertrude -
Walsh, returned to New Fork:
CD-Tom Allen to WodwortH Or J Dennison; called the meetIng district: In a rural area ly Fort Pierce.
Lee.WDMary. 'must be advertised last week after spending the
In a news
to order and discussion of vacation
W. Anderson to Eroy i this special act was given by paper of ,.nerallocal circulation spent After with a three-month their aon-ln-law and winter In Mrs. Dordan's Dordaa shortened home-
WLRfning GCH
.
In Ankona. Mcs.
H Anderson.WD
tines week for four consecutive -
Fletcher Russell w H. Merwln, every
,-J. P. to daughter; Mr. and Mn Joseph her annual stay In order to
Pomeroy Joseph ,
weeks and a further'SOday
E. R. Ensey, W. H. Lennard andRepresentative Mt. and
Worthington In Ankona, Yrok.
W. Wlghtman.WJDEdw. attend a wedding In New
Saunders, perplopd repast elapse
1:1'j 1400 ON YOUR ''Mapp to R. D i Mrs. Joseph Krossig are returnIng -
Leland Hubbard, Merwln, R. before the county board can
to their home In Jersey City
: Graves Friday night Mrs. B. M. Person -
H, Escot, Bell Edaaon: William let. '
week Higbee S.
utual Broadca System Saturday. This and Miss Jessie P.Miller had WELL
X lo :::::::::::.olCl MdSweeney and Mr. Griffith and Wortham, contractors, are Mr. and Mrs.
wile named for a committee to LeRoy Krause, for1 many years as dinner guests Next
the finishing touches to do P Store
) GOOD iSTE G, EVERY DAY, NEWS OF meet with the regular coning lessee of the tame cottage In the putting house they have been building Carl Belcher of Qultman, Oa.

y DAY ON Indian River DriveBy ,home committee Friday at Dr.night Dennlson's where the Beach Pltchfqrd, will leave colony for ,his Jensen homeIn where for these the Worthington homeowners and will Mr. and Mrs/Arthur Johnston P 1103-M

7: changes were. made In the zoning Lansdale Pa., Wednesday of Orlando spent the week end
VIVA CLARK; Mr. Krause hu many InterestsIn move Thursday. with Mr. Johnston's parents, Mr.
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===:=d=off OIClO till.Taken before the Drags( Association the entertainment world Mrs Barbara Person and Mrs
REVISED BilL RURAL meeting In Fort pierce among them roller skating rinks Joseph Svec, Jr., of Eden and
Saturday afternoon the association conceslsons at county and street Donald Ensey, Walton, weredinner \
A/artm Si Luck and \ lien liter fountlfl' ZONING ACCEPTED BY
DRIVE ASSOCIATIONA voted to request passage lairs and amusements at Sleepy guests of Mr. and Mrs
of this special act, authorizingthe Hollow Ranch a show place In B. D. at their home
PHONE FORT PIERUSt?! meeting of Walton and Eden Fultop In)
e;; I residents was called Thursdayin County Commissioners to Eastern Pennsylvania. "Pancake Stuart Saturday. Notice to TaxpayersCity
l the Walton. enact zoning regulations for the I Pete" Newman, one owner of the In observance of their natal
Community club
t district" outside the cl.v- limits ranch who visited Mr, Krause day falling on the same date ,a
i\ Which petitioned such regulations .recently dedicated one of his prettily appointed birthday party
The revised bill was sanctioned songs to the people he met here. was given Mrs. Barbara Person, of Stuart
t, 44 by a number property He may be heard on the net- Eden, Mrs B. D. Fulton\! and her
I't 1 li holder who had opjected to the work Hayloft Hoedown program son Bennie of Stuart at the
o criminal draft broadcast from Town Hall, Philadelphia Miller-Ferson home In Eden I .
While the bill, It passed, will\ every Saturday night. Sunday afternoon Realtives Invited YOUR\COUNTY ASSESSOR, MR. A. C./OUR.
PRIME apply to the entire rural area In Mrs Edward: Feckelts! who has for the occasion were Mr .
tile county, no uneasy reactionnas been In Miami visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Perry saunue, Fort SON, I liNOW'RECEIVING
\ been publicly voiced from Mrs. E. Medlin has returned to Fierce; Pete Miller, winter visitor '
''I' owners of property other than the Ward Camp In Jensen Beach from Racine, WIs; Mr. and
I along the drive. Attorney Smith where she and Mr. Peckelli have Mrs E. R. Ensey Miss Katherine
yJA'AA Hated the act la drawn 80 that wintered for the past 10 years Ensey. Donald Ensey, Walton; Applications for homestead exempt! ,
no zoning action ever can be Mr. Peckells Is the owner, and Durant Fulton John Fulton,Stu-
\ I taken In any district unless the developer of a 32-acre tract j just art; Mrs. Joseph Svec, Jr., form' I Applies 'ens for widow's and debility ex-
owners affected petition. the over the Martin County tine that) erly from Washington,D. C.,'now empti
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At the Saturday session Smith Returns tangible personal pr rty.'ntangible .
and attorney E. O. Dennison
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\ railed In to assist members of 'idle Returns o personal p| perky.
JUA the committee, explained the our moneyCan
f 1C C, proposed bill and answered questions Filing of ap atioas for ,Hemweaj Exemption
of Importance on the Issue in his office ill also coostltujp, application for
'. exemption fr Municipal TK and, his office
.
.' The measure as proposed pro- earn will attend __ ie submission It all applications
vkif to the Municipa%Assessor, M .0
I. That 51 per cent of the
I' : PHILCO- RADIO freeholders In any district out 2% Separate application for, W' ow's and Disability
side the city may petition the Exemptions must\a filed tvjfn his office and also,
; J County Commissioner to set up with your City As seer. i
: COMBINATIONS and PORTABLES AC and DC's lonlng and building restrictions, Per Annum
i'i', which must be specifically stared I Tangible PereoiA frcwtrly Returns 'must be
,;\; in' thftt petition. Only those onured filed both at the cityfcall Jtith the city tax assessor
,' GIBSON ELECTRIC RANGE* provisions specified may be en. and the
at hous the
::1" SavinsiccountSy court vjJt county tax assessor,
acted .
I,
} I" 2. It an area within the zoning or a 10 per cent pena vwill be added to your as
.i WATER HEATERS district la to be excluded sessment. This Is in aiX>rdanea> with the tax laws
I, I tram the proposed regulations", The Federal SavinV and Loaft Insurance Corpora adopted at the 1941 **/bi of the Legislature. Per-
; Electric i {1 per cent of the freeholders Lion insures indivlduaraccouitfi to $5,000. Husband sonal property consist* o household foods, stocks
Ny !Bottle G&tJr Kerosene in the smaller areas may win and wife nay have totgwif /5,000, fully insured. of merchandise, boaA aajplanee, power mowers,
exclusion by petitioning to that First Federal savings aVocTnU are legal investments in fact all types of AngibA personal properiy.
GK and HUHER EUTCTRIC FANS effect before the commlslwo! for Truest Fund, an well alfr'>unds held by Guardians, /
I acts on the first petition The Administrators and ,Exe t v, Intangible Per al PropVty returns must be
i' excluded area must be at least filed only with th/County 1* Assessor,,
WAT UMPS t mile In length, and of any Ca 'ite
f :, width. or We urge your goperation b attending. te your
3. Once enacted, Tax matter bef the deadline
WEIL ELECTE 600 Sw aUons Per Hour zoning regulations a Remember, April
for any established district FIRST/FE&ERAL let is the last 'on which t* Me, ae please file
GORMAN RUPg/lASOLlNE ENGINES Gallons Per Hour may be changed only upon early and avoidf the delay which \always experienced
petition, clang the 4ie
proposed during last weeks. T
i t+,A 300 AMP AC ARC WELD changes are signed by Cl per Savin /and Loan Association s
t cent of the freeholders whose TAXES DELINQUENT AFTER RCH 31st

r property in affected of Indian River County Pa/ Now and Avoid Pena as
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4 The county board Is empowered -j
HUTTOADIO to levy a tax, not to exceed VERO RRACH! FLORIDA (
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administrative costs In applying
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and APPLIANCE the power they have under the I W. Sedgwick, Secretary-Treasurer
I ac, and In enforcing any regulations M ber Federal. Home Loan Bank and Federal

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tHK STUART! \ NEWS, STUART, Mania County Florida,'THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1947
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f $34,200 IN BONDS I I' peels harvesting of the crop to exact figures -are not available, : ;

DO-NUTS "How To Retire To Florida'Now CATTLE-FENCING SOLD IN COUNTY I start about April 10. growers I the production of cucumbers !In I"tl tl I

Tasty, Delici II Some of the tomato the Fort Pierce area will be matertally J' t r
Sale of Series E, F and O save ] E II 1
who were hit hardest' by cold Increased because of this '
At !I 't I
Try Some Your Available Library"The LAW FORECAST It ivlartln\ -'nu!':\ I available. J
weather in February replanted diversion ot, acreage,, : d

Mo ( Coffee during February totaled; $34,200 their fields 'to cucumbers. While Information Indicates.Waterfrbnt r: k.Il t i\\
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PI CAKES, ROLLS day you retire you either!:of fishing, what fruits and vegetables uf which $23,200 were devoted
Baked enter your decline, or make a you can raise-and how,! Jacksonville, March 27 "A to Series E, it has been announced '; 't J... ;

DaflyPastry fresh start; In life There I II no the economies of Florida life mounting public sentiment against by the IT. 8. Treasury Department > PropertiesAlong :
In-between. The unalterablelaw what retired northerners like':'' highway-roaming live Sales over the Stale for! 'jr', .J1"i i I\Id d
of lift Is ." These and dislike about the various stock be felt in such great
Handy Shop 'grow or go' ; may '
the same period totaled $7,550- tlie Indian and St. Lude rivers, and Hobo// Sound,
are the opening line ot "How To sections of Florida where theylive !I strength -.legislators; meeting ; ; 1 1 I
Bid Akron & 2nd St. Retire To Florida" by George the recreational facilities, In Tallahassee next month that 347, making a total ot 18.451 Ocean Frgntage ,e" I

ge r and Jane Dusenbury, a new of various areas Of the state remedial.., may be expected," 081 for the first two months or c ''
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volume on the Florida shelves and how Florida may benefit Harold Colee, executive "IceI $8.20 per capita. This compares .' \ \ : .: .1.q (I \
at the Martin County library your health. I I I president of the Florida State with t1
$14,929.379 or S6 83 per
E STEAK HOUS I This plan-book for people considering MA. Blanche Slocum,librarian,'Chamber of Commerce, declared : l' wf'! 'oRivse
for the erlod' In j 1
retirement, is baaed on reports continued Interest In I I here today adding that 'If democratic capita same, t. q : \1 \ :f.
1948.
lies South of Stuart Fed. Hi- : survey among hundreds of I "Florida Sea Shells' by Bertha processes are allowed "
I families from 27 different states D. E. Aldrich and Ethel Snyder, '' to operate, voters will drive cat- Sales nationally for February '
STEAK-VfHICKEN and SEAFOOD ERS who have already made Florida This book gives complete and,'' tie behind fences." The State totaled $712.199,000. more than ; ys: \ I;; bt d'

PLAT \UNCHES. SAN HES their retirement home Social practical Information on a fascinating .:Chamber urged that local chambers .$90;000,600 above sales In February e : bJ I I ;t'J'

security, insurance, annuity hobby. The authors take the lead In their res- last year, and redemptions \ \ : : .
Beer, Ines and rinks plans and retirement funds are I describe the'bent shell beaches,I pectlve communities, where live. were reported! 35 per cent lower ., : ,1 i

GAS, OIL, flHE < *AUTO REPAIR fast creating a new V. 8. population five the history of sea-shell collecting 1 I I stock Is permitted to roam at than 'In the same month lust ,t p. It I
older tell the behind each to before year, .-T" ": '
people retired on! story will get the matter the t. !
O to 3:00: A. M. moderate but steady Incomes. shell and show how to make acollection I I voters.Colee. -- ,/ 1,1; j i i"a'
OwnerBUMPER The book la 1 such the i iI SESSION: OPEN TO VETS snineae : : tf
G. L. Dunntn Intended for people as cleaning added that of the two
who would rather move Into a ;hells polishing them with oil'forces I battling against roamIng -- ,f ; t li'
I Coral Gables, Mar. 27 IFNS) f'' :
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rich new life than cling to t life and mounting them. The book,, livestock one being economicand I If. I Ih
of dwindling Interest In a spot I I also contains a careful description -' Former servicemen) now engag- \ '
the other legal he preferred
TO" BUMPER SERVICE,, & In business or professional \h I \Ii IiI
determined by accident of birth: of any shell which the Florida (the former. "Cattle-raisers having
or pressure of earning a living amateur Is likely to find and] good stock do not allow their pursuits, but eligible for O. I.' '
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CON
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MECH Among the hundreds of specific Is Indexed and fully illustrated. animals to loiter they fence educational benefits, may' attend t I : I ;
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SWAY LUBRICJrtoN suggestion, whether you are I Other books In the Stuart: library them In. Where fencing has the University ofMiami'sconference '" I 1)/):/ I,
I planning Immediate retirement, which give the old and made Its greatest strides In Flor- on Federal taxation 1 J\\ '! ,
CUNTONE CLAS3SJKE WAJfcmNISH FOR YOUR starting Tuesday at the Roney 'Ii I
of facts of interest about j'
wisely looking ahead a new
Idea ls where find cattle :
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I you Plaza Hotel under the O. I, Sill 'j
CAR. IT urto ,ON. rears, are: the ready cash tew'l Florida and which continue to worth something besides their I i
R ERVICEervich. need how to explore Florida, be popular numbers In lude I I
Florida real estate altuatlon'l "Cue's Guide to What To See salt."On the other hand," Colee FARMERS' MARKET I l' ;1
when and how to what to I And Do In Florida" "Florida BUILDING PROGRESS t
Station move : concluded, "you find poor live- '
Stua > take and what to leave A Oulde to the Southernmost ttock where animals are free to [14\ I "il.\1
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behlnd'j (Special to The Stuart News) .. t I
how to build or buy I State" by the Federal Writers'Project clutter up the highways, and kill j ,,,
W. IN PHONE 9144COOK'S" kind of house for Florida how and a 4-volume historyby motorists, Florida has outgrown Jacksonvllle,March 20-Construction I I; .I'
'costs compare In different sections the state librarian, W. T. this sort of thing and where work on the two new \ .

i where you'll find your kind I II I Cash. citizens are accorded the democratic buildings State Farmers'at the Market Fort Is Pierce pro I 1 !:i i ''Ul'I ;

look a' doctor gives you Just before right"to say so, that Is gressing satisfactorily, market I'' '' '
he starts shakin' his head what they say manager M. F. Williams reported 1 "

Too Late toCLASSIFY and steps out Into the hall and I today to the Jacksonville offices I I I I 'I'll;
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SERVlb STATION LUNCH R I starts whlsperln' to the nurse. I MEAL SENT of William. L. Wilson Director :',;

That was the first Inklln I had' of State Markets 'I .
Sandwiches V T Hot Soup Tampa, March 87--(FNS/- for tomatoes I' .j
I Machinery handling
He f \ "
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Ice Cold Beer ,V j oft Drink went anything back to the was books wrong.and I A shipload I of sweet t potato meal,: has been Installed In the :
I By RUSSELL KAY manufactured at the plant of first of the and ; JI
could hear the old adding ma- new buildings If
TR PACE the United States .Sugar Cor- I ," f
the work of Installation has been
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chine ellckin' away and himmumblln' LI and Unlrforoved
ngs of Improved properties
poration In Clewlston, Is being I J '
GULF GASOLUitf HOME-MADE PASTRY to tiimself. Flgurln'the I started In the second building. Throughout Martin C\unty ,
shipped through the Port of t ; ', j
The siding has- been completed'on I
too hard I "
G. H. COO I don't know who It was designed guy was workln' Tampa to LaHarve France whereIt .
2 ilea South of Stuart on FeXHi-W.y No. 1 the fool calendar that laps him on the back and suggests will be used to feed cattle In the first and is nearing com ACREAGEt t4NCIIES :

hangs on my office wall, but I that we go to dinner and Europe., The shipment Is for the pletion buildings on will the be second.ready Both for new use Sewtll'i Point River-to-KIver rVpcrtles I i ;

can say this much about him. he can finish up afterwards French Supply Mission and It Is I well In advance of the opening and I t.; il I:
He know his business. "No," he ; "You go'If i I
doesn't says you expected! additional shipmentsof ,
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of the SIt ;
tomato Ocean-to-Sonnd
Spring movement, Jupiter Island Ests j
Bath RootaTile and Asph e He's got It all cluttered up with I want to, rif stay here and see the same character will be the market manager slated. 4 ,
moons and fish and signs of the If I can untangle this financial made.
I The outlook In the Fort
Also Supply ofNfelgian Tile fn vajitf colors sodlac. Important''days, or at backlash and give you some fig. Pierce crop section Indicates. a fair B. ARBOO ST I II !
/a andH rib tffl least those he considered Im- urea when you get back and iiI PRODUCTION AID CITED volume I ,'J I II
Camrp of Spring tomatoes' according
INSTALLA SALES portant like Sundays and holidays ., were you I'd eat a good lunch, I to Williams.: Under lav-I Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES osurasee I I
are designated by red figures ler I got a crazy Idea that you'rehot Grading, standardization and .
Tile Bath D: ids Porches of '" !orable weather conditions beex. I Ij'
but he completely Ignores going to enjoy your supper. pre-packlng of Florida farm products I
& Saturday, March 15. ,When I got back, my boy friend demand more attention
FORTWfiKTETILE COfltaRUCtlON CO. There Is date to with. was waltin' for me with a
a conjure from farmers and distributorsand vs
If I was designing a calendarI'd couple of handful of adding ma- probably holds the answerto
1. HOWLETFv chine tape and a flock of yellow
set that date off In red the problem of Increased production s .4
sheets. His face Is a long as a bad
P. O. Box 1181 ++ Phone 717 IIS N, Uth Stt tort Pierce white ought and to be blue designated, or something.Natloll.1Hea.dache It dream and he! says, "Better sit the research and Industrial -',
is be division of the Florida rice sif
down, this gonna hard to
and I'm
Day surprised :
people'ven't take standln up." State Chamber! of Commerce 1 1i
the
Aspirin '
have emphasizes In Its weekly bu l- ,
thought of It before Then he let me It. Of '
thjs. '
Wurs&.I thought be was kidding. sees review.
'fi W MI E tA And how that'-dale. !Wn'i slip According to him I was personally -
up on a man. Its worse than
responsible for the national ,
Christmas. All through the yearI debt Not been thlnkln' I doln' alright '
wa -
haven't got it"
have to' take care of that four j
snaggtn a dollar here and hundred million dollars for the "I know he replies "You : I
/a dollar there. Payln' my bills as Greeks, but I had to train and spent It on new typewriters and I
I went along and even settin'aside furniture and a lot of other stuff
equip a new Army and Navy and 1 ; 4
a ft now and then for pay Senator Pepper's salary on like a lot of other folks did that's
Uncle 8am. Ever since Mr, Mor- where the went, but f
top of that and, according to my money you
ganthau Invented this goofy bank balance all I had to go on can't take credit for 'anything
game of "Guess How Much You was about two dollars In actual but depreciation and that's why fLJ I II
Owe," he's had me In a sweat. cash. rOll are behind the eight ball." +

It's worse than tryln' to Identify Alright, alright," I says, Then I picked up the morning I ,
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Mrs. Hush. "you've had you little Joke Now paper and saw where Harry ,d .''iu
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like I said, I I
Anyhow thought tell me what I really do owe." Truman, who gets $75,000 a year I
i was doln' O. K. Every quarterI'd "I Just dld,'.' he says.., solemnly, for being President, had only __ ,,:
send what I thought was a "and what's more, you gotta $4,500 left after paying his taxes "j
reasonable and substantial checkto figure on taking care of this end I felt better. But brother '1

Mr Fahs In Jacksonville, year's first quarter on top of let's not have any more wars; + International Hamsterf .. r I ; 'I
thlnklnI! was prepaying rny that figure." they're not worth what we pay .. !
share of what Uncle Sam chooses I -
"But," I says feelln' all weak lor 'em. j ; ,
to call "Income tax. ,
Of 11, realized that I "
course ''f'I
might, be wrong, a few dollars .... OTOO,00/irice I IWe M?t I "
( reductions
enough one way to of cause the any other gray, but hairs not SEND IT TO.THELAUNDRY announces ] I I :,:

or keep me awake nights. "
Come March 1,' I call In my believe there is nothing more impor%>nt tot I''

favorite CPA and ask him to country than to the priree\ the
THE play around with my books fora a that people buy.lower Id prices had not gone up as j
VERSATILE VEHICLE "
RM day or to and see If he can Phtone] 2 1"I I
llgure! out what the score It. I'm The American people have irwisted that I much or as fast as many others i

r '\\THAT SPREADS TS C OVER MORE JOBS till as eare-free and happy asa government withdraw from its attempts J ------ e J

bee on a honeysuckle':i AND control prices in peacetime. That places i Hre _Ararogt Prfc berww.. IMC. 1941 1 + ,
I Every once In a while the audi-
where it belongs in the ids
responsibility d '
ASM.. tachn4 todnta . r
tor would ask t707.
me some silly
WITH A'JEEP' question of busineM and industry. Not all burin *can (U.t, IMIIIhpM u1)I' /4.. I 1
like "Are keepln' L I'! UP
,Tbe'AAeel-drive 60 hp "Jeep"'does besides your you wife?" or anybody "Did WE' reduce prices now Not all can redo y the M....I ...a..... P-.* M . 4 1,2%* r' I
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tea t era-.r r.-1)
ill' i. the ficW work of a light tractor-pulls you receive any" gratuities- during You ndry ume amount |n l M.err..b . . . 35* he' 'JI(, I, r
; plows 1'cs- harrows, etc-both pull the year? "" Our company has felt a duty act as 3e' '

type hydraulic. Low speeds of 2 to Still confident and In'a gay promptly as possible. In our caiy the busineee ......H.I rwe Fr>.*.... . ..34% he7

Tom tier and safer for the driver. spite mood my i Informed age I maintain him that harem de- CLEAN, SANUCRY\nd ECONOMICAL outlook now makes it powjle to move) l ..,. M...MMt. . i | 25% 2
toward the goal of lower prices. *!*only tout
and also keep a cat and as for NDRYS, VICES way
OPERATE EG PM T tbe gratuities, the neighbors d/op of the vicious circle of hi T and higher 'e e

by now and then and slip me prices U to break through. to 5

? power take-oMbf the p't ,z tome rad&hes out of their victory P LE'SLAUNDRYWest We have taken this ste not because of These flkefits to customers will depend, '

*livrt yp to 30 hf for belt ork \ garden, and last summer present competitive eondit/ris nor because of too, on interrupted production st reason' y gtf S1

sub mills,saws add flowers-no rs'pnyer a friend In Virginia sent me a r' a drop in demand from stomere. We have able wage ela. This is riot a program that t
; mower *nd other t.f box of apples. can be camAout if it is hampered by strike
f drives equipment Well my smart comebacksdon't Phone 287 taken it because of our be f that ANY PRICE b

even produce a smile. He 1$ TOO HIGH IF IT N BE REDUCED. or work stop_
gives me the same kind of a Oar emplojj have bad substantial in-
These reductions, Vj/ich will save the users
,, -USE IT A A PICK-UP of our; product*-app/wnately $20,000,000 a cresses in pay. d wage questions are cur r }
rently being d 1 with of the unions ) ; j
many
The hauli loads year, wilt become eflpctive before April 1,sad
to
ringed Jeej[ ap / with which we > Stockholders bave re- r +
using wheel-drive for Palm Beach Director will apply to: se ted list of tractor, farm v

+* ecooo'mv on the rcU,' 4-whcf I drive machine, motor tricky andindustrial power centlyhadanii 'n&videndrateRaving' i
-tbe-road : Since/ lone money few of considered the intei i of these two groups,
for bird going .0* use products a on a our A
WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH we are now making I i price reductions fort
All-steel body with legate.A producU,;; andJuarely break even1 en some
TES MS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAAWTHORNE others, these Auctions will not apply to our the benefit of the third ] -our customers. A t

-TOW entire line, /wjuctiom will be mad EndiBudnes{:, to bur way okhinking, has asocial
ITH A !JEEP: siOii" 1
oo.s v..ts vidually on/roducte. Some will be cut more as well as an economic possibility This '

|mt to vehicle fo trailers and ROOFING CO. than other/ Exact details will be announced company has long followed he policy of operating

pioaa, AiU, track speeds on the as soon a/jxMribla. in the interests of t% groups-it*' Z
_ METALrzArus&.vttrrrLATus
sods'gbwavf tractor-power for. mud "-* Our a/ility t* maintain this lower level of customers, its employes and t itktoekholders. #

works in the field. The-,-' Jeep'- orrice oY wATEarttoOLNa prices U depend in part on what happens to The duty of the management Ato see that *

a you'roandlrrLET r 77l ad OLtyl the pjfcea and flow of materials that we buy qua! justice is'don u betw, %the three)

S DEMONSTRATE$ ON YOUR' FACTII i iiley ho ijJ Because we believe price reduo. grouts r" '

BADCOCIC' BOB'S tin i vital,we an willing to assume the risks This price ?reduction program is other

th I are involved. demonstration of,our policy$ In action '

Motor Co. > 512 Clem t' SAFE'AWORK\; -' ws .,

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363 Hirst "

h p.deul Hlgbtway ;Sbusrt. Pl:. H. Fi se Furnishings and _, Wt,repair, Anything, ITERNATLONAL II HARVEST I

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to! ,, THE STUART NEWS STUART Martin- u ly, Florida, THURSDAY, MARCH 111, 1'.7. 1 -

:=. DEATH OF A WALLACE DREAM
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A REAL CONSERVATION PLAN gt-lUl IWMW-I i who almost became
Henry Agaard Wallace, President

,mite tu rttt Ralph G Cooksey, President of Florida Wildlifo THIS WEEK'S PQEMODE doubtless had a pang the other day in the. editorial" offices t
New Republic
"' decidedly pink ; is
01=C I of the long.
OClO
I, Federation, has submitted a 10-point plan, which!! deservesthe -oGO1t 7000L 'ailing dreams was buried In the mucklands of the ".

I\ Published every Thursday at support all the sportsmen of 'Florida as well as TO CASTER LILIES section of Martin County when a deed was filed in th ea.
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h :r Stuart Martin County Florida all those who have the growth and progress of the State {; court house here transferring 6,146 acres of 'Glades F_nn
by Stuart Dally News, Ind. a .
\, e Florida at heart. Here are his proposals: I sit, I look and list and t/
Entered corporation.u ncond-clai mat 1, Build a. Wildlife Federation with a membership of 1 feel around, within! and through the scene, Glades Farms, Inc.. was ouspr.ng'. of the fam",

t matter at the post office at 50,000 or better, made up of fishing, hunting/ con I melt, diffuse and float upon the stream Security Administration/ which In turn was a child Of the'
Stuart servation and other clubs trom every part of the state Of eaty sense ; a world of Under green' New Deal's Department of Agriculture under Wallace!
under the
Florida, Actsor
J I March, 1979 of Florida, all working together to restore Florida's In budding forms I joy: and 'unlocK'U scents then Vice-Presldent and but lately secretary of the de
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I : game fish, bird and animal wildlife, and develop Into each crystal\ chalice'! partite'rchased
'X FREE PRESS t1 34 YEARS OF SERVICE our outdoor recreational advantages, so that we can I enter happy novice, the Martin County lands along the edge

I I and have the benefit for year to come. Until their inmost secrets stand, serene,, of Lake Okeechobee back in 1M1 for 1275,000 In hard
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i ; .ea flu the Meet sloes* D.iir New the W"slit slevessomot.ewe 2. Raise and provide a Fund of $100,000.00 for properly Revealed in all their pristine innocence.: ': cash (incidentally (giving Belle Glade realty broker Luther

: : A FREE PEOPLE r ar, .0ebuhed::e.:ete.n, Awe u, organizing and prosecuting this work throughout all Jones a windfall $27,000 commission) and set about on
101 e .d ch. Yweeewr. with
\ ho.h The Timw.% .. .....u....... uaon Florida ; let up and conduct a state office with the Behind each little face, dreamy Government-financed program to the tune of liv t
h S. till. Tk. Stuart D.llr Notes Within ltd fleeting 094,000 designed to prove that only through *'ooperativ'veffort
... ,... ... Ootot c e. IISI lultlOk _. proper force for( successfully (carrying: out the objective grace .
.IF .. .U ...... knows M &Mt *. Deep! urge and mystery! tn becoming,. ; could the "little man" of( the 'Gladese.urvlve. *
; soot florid.. Dixlopw., tne: uuvkw breath Government funds were t td be used to build 150
t ..... 3. Provide an Educational ll and setup an educational Upon t three.'
.J. ., with the of books films Unmasking' empty,- death, bedroom farm homes on 4-acre tracts along Conner Hijh'
IIWIN A. NENNINtl6a.wopy. .._ department proper library ,
\, .lth\'Jlt\ r.-.LYONS" ,..._.. ..., _..._ ...._.._ yhr.nh.e.Go..1 11........ slides and equipment for thoroughly informing our They know, without the pain of knowiiitf., : f way. Each farmer was to be selected by a board from! '
\ farmers
tenant
poVertytricken of
the for the among the' the area,
t people on need; conservation and protection
SutlSCRIP'flIN RATES ,
1't t 'f ..... ,.... y..... "....... .."...... Two r.....,._...._.__ ..... of our game, fish bird and animal wildlife ; the U' and was to have opportunity He to was buy to his be house and plot fw.
plan privileged
''I .. recreational benefits, and the enormous dollars and The/ tiuvh I toi.io! at no i isiiilly'inaaArf/ \ :\ ,'< 'v i,500 on a 40-year to lleul
I .. ....... .. ...11.1.... Th. .."......... _..... the rtN > thing ho raised on hlown(\ 4 acres but that '
t. Nest .... ...... .... The heart thiivp and bare anj ,,
the individual investment
.U..10 small sissy
or .1. Cents return j possible (on aqy
.. w .... ,..'.... ......... .o the ew 0. ....Ma.1on er not .... in this well planned conservation and business \H writ \liver bemud' fclay-HhuUoml: thwijt. here individualism popped From that point flnwura! >!

; .MRER OF' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS t lee\1opmcnl objective A nark omt\ hou e that greater? light: Ignores! : each member of Ihe corporation (or collective farm) jj

: .. 4. Make Florida known as the Nation's No., 1 Huntingand The senses hold high tunil\i within' ,',; ,I.' ,.' an employe, working on communal acres, to r c ivJ''
I'liiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil' / / / imiiiiiiiiii/' I Fishing, laradwe :Being blessed, as we are with To squeeze the juice from every joy and tvin' 1/1 60th of the profits of the venture, if any ,

:YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR ideal climate; over 30,000 fresh water lakes; with those duK.it transports: piling ui> delight. The plan never jclley. Just what happened t Id g
.' haLl been made clear, but to the hard-bitten
When stop): t tOut goes the light, never realist U
creeks
and salt water
defile; rivers
streams bays bayous,
1'I 11 "i! I 111'iiiilituiilllliiii:liliiliiiiillllllHlllllliiiiiiimilliiiimiliii'' / / / And settles on them "*. everlasting niiht of the Everglades, who tougiit their way up from scratch:
Gulf ?
the and without end what
passes, an ocean \ pos-
market failures flood '
battling against fire in the
.LAT IT1 turn'
abilities have. The glades and other natural .
we
d-..r tie editor! A child is born unto the wife ol refuges, nemi.tropical growth, natural feeding and ill( grass individualism, freezes,' hurricanes In the land and of "root-hog-or-die"other obstacles: to 'rugged
h.. In the '(liu heart it was u
town The physician bcunliintr my;
getteth 10 plunks. breeding grounds particularly adapted to game pro unwclcomcd ,
alien idea in its coming and
;I' ./te.h a slick and a half and telleth the multi pose to talC advantage of thees natural resources and i threw myself hmid the< beck'ning' flowers, unmourned fa

+ .1 hill: tippeth the beam at nine pounds. Yea pagation we have "everything necessary. We propose All prone, I }peered into Jhe inmost part Its p Its in .' scorned alike' : '
portent,
;ntu I And :Of oud, and Mo tar nnny hours ominous by ,Everglades
n. the proud father rivet! to take advantage of these natural resources and every : cxeiutues and the "self-made"'
seemed la "Not ours, corporation rugged In.
They IIIIY:
facilities and bring back our wildlife and provide the
s s.t .. ..,,ng one groweth up and graduated; "The secret of pcrlpctwn which you socks-' diudualuts who gamble annually to make or lose lit for.
benefits for our people, an well as sell them to the
>, r m\ .icih In the paper a swell piece.. Yea, a people of the U. S. A. at a profit to all. "Standing here fa fragile/ I nd i !w weak I tune in the 'Glades, was to "set up a Eattern" by which all\
the' mucklands of the Glades
.. ano.lce. He do but Love undeveloped some 2,009."
pc.c o. telleth of tht wisdom of the 'of :We body forth jitrvtidiiig ,
young 5. Work with and enlist the cooperation and support
+ 000 might support 50,000 former "sub-subsistence*
,, h.r exceeding comeliness. Like \vo me an essence, ( 'lIwilllrom\ above acres .
unto the
+ Chambers Junior : .
.t fi the :State Chamber, of Commerce
( families in socialistic cooperatives/
a.d at inner rectitude which all the pow'rsO ,
: ner gown is played up to beat "Tl \
r .. .r 'ss. laker getteth two score and foul Chambers, Civic Clubs, Woman's Clubs Realty Larth and groping sentient man combln, "At least until another New Deal comes along, 'Glades
Boards, Fraternal bodies. and other organizations of farming will continue to' be battle' of the
+ .. o. get- a note of thanks from tin "Ccnnot slay nor take! away : erttwin l ) a individual
uateu the state In this 100000000.00 development which "Are we with Holy Mind. against Nature; with tragic ups and downi and. se sensational

.h.er gocth en a journey. And the edito will provide profit for every interior and coastal sec winnings; and losses _+ and dangelll i we don t thInk those

\ .. dCj_ on the story of the farewell party. 11j' tion of our great state I:podc saw-grass-bitte! scamps out there *ant i it Just that way

1j' ) ... ,,>ild. Ana the fair one rememberet. 6. Propagate Game and Fish i ; restock, protect and develop So tbrdiiffh cacti little, (HCP, instead of RUlISlan-lrtylA. -' ,
u ,.i ui pOlal card that costeih si such all] over )Florida. using our God-given sup- It now comes on ItP'II'P; N.. ii i l ffiiii mil;t iiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiMiliiu.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii l / / : ) l i l iTiJiiM
\ ply to build' from : importing and developing other
tl { .he surge and rapture of becoming

I \:' ;,c j, "u,ft 01 ta,. town .;. game adaptable to our particular' and superb climate, -From out our chryweliH :" ... Horticulturally Speaking/ '

t .. it...." one ana. 10, she picku. and state. Unto seraphiC bli, H": '
1 i f(, I <.... ..... editor calleth him one of our promising 7. Aid in the selection and training of (conservation officers ,/e know, with all the joy ut knowing lllimillllllllHIIIIIMIIIIIIlmlllllMIIHllllllMIIIIMIIIIIIIl/ /tll'IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIflORNAMENTAL i

I ( i"*ab ......, hiiU getteih away with it. And they send unto and wardens, properly equip them for their Philip Hfmenway ChadbournN SHADE TREES fOR LIMESTONE( J SOtlS
_. ... .
\: tno east..r a bid to the wedding, and behold the bids art. work in all Its branches and make possible compem- -- "- --- By Dit Cfcourg: D RUFWJ: I

Urfhioned in a far city. satjon) through increased revenue, which will attract SUPPORT OF REAL DEMOCRACY (Conllrued From Last Week)

: flowery and long is the wedding notice which tht and hold men of experience knowledge and integrity) 1 ECUMINOSAC
\i') editor: pnnteih Tre minister getteth his bit. to closely) work with the departments, the sheriffs and There ore a great many ircedom-loving Americans TIic fimily Untnnmo' liul' '
; ,towny
prwritative! flut' tn, wl
.,ho do not like the of Russia the SovrnmenU
government or
:r 4hw i euLor printeth death and all law enforcement officers. adam li-d
a notice two columns
o i| In tin; thin alUline and infertile limeitone site i>f I il, Mm/ l lHm
and would tolerate
t.uee ledge notices, a cubit of poetry and a card 8. Create New Conservation Laws amend the present of Greece TurkeY. They not Ridijc: Nut ill tint thrive !lif Jihese soils are'(l.irulV| u" tit,'.
I u. .' And he lorgetteih to read proof on the dead laws, so that all will be fn keeping with conditions/ /ny ope of the three at honn mentals!,, bill the following! tputies/ ate) recnmmendojAiacia

an. _.4r._t. thing cometh out "Gone to Her Last Roast provide sane, just and proper protection for game, The spectacle of the L'nucu States, which has stood unrii'tiliitforma A Omn. \la Australian-
uf
,9 U... ., _. flAb! bird, and animal wildlife, as well as the conscientious Jnce Its beginnings for the principle of the greatest rights tiM a}mmorric.il and fairly tlikk( {foliap-d, ( an, wilh phyjliidia lice nearly nieliuii I..blr' '
*v u ha. are akin to the deceased jumpeth on the [port. man. possible for the individual going in to back up George II I In ihuiw, and which curved .
pods when
>> are mature. t The stets has l ntroubled
oi-dmg great jumps And they pulleth ou 9. Closely work wit-t-he State Game and Fresh Water ji Greece and a dictatorship tn Turkey to prevent Com v.llh111
I ..h"s and canceleth their i \subs, and they swing the Fish Commmson, the State Conservation DepartmentSale ',nunism H: those two countntjii: \ \ it' to Indicate that we are for si-nous pests then I la, in drouth rrsislunt and u wSadipted
.. 01 unto the third dcalisti at home portunnU In foreign affairs.: rawhide or tpoclmcn pluiitfaig, It Is fairly clean alai! ivi>
and fourth! \\Iut r
i ) generations ( Water Division), the State Forestry Department video ,..tloer'dcnlCl shade!", .' '
the State Parks, and City and County organizations i Bygovernment; all meansj liMo sto nsor the< democratic form of f Acacia MBIT h Prn"OIOOI..1
il LEATS, PLEASEto looking to the btttcrment. of conditions in as it was/ conceived and *a it w meanl'o'); work tnl\h d fins conftua Giese, It an trw{ of median sias! kiH '
Is
I ;, It hard to believe, yet it is impossible to fold a ple" every possible resp ct. sn America but J&'*.c'raW the line at supporting monarchies tree with .a rapid grrtwjng, jymrrtctficul, piled' IwiW! ''
; 0,, paper more than nine times regardless or how thin the 10. To Create More Game Preserves, Refuges and Sane-- [ and distatorsMp! ; abroad in our preset,t undeclared twice bun.qt.(( ",llusters fragrant yelltnv flattens which usuillx tppea -

original sheet may be. Try it yourself and see. Use a letUiiu.u tuariel; to provide hunting grounds and game for all war of the "individual 1 .above the btate':) (that's as) versus year. Its phylkxlia are smaller' and Ic-ffl curved but m

,, a newspaper or even a piece of Kleenex, kinds of hunting; CUre access to state owned lands 'The State above the individual' which fa Communism, more numerous ,than In the .fore grdng specie*. ,t. It is fairly tkaa'and
'
making each fold cafhee size by half You'll be sur. for both hunting and fishing; to make every effort to ascism/ dicUtoiship and'jnonarchism. provides fairly dense shade >.

prised, as we were, to find that seven or' eight folds are care for the sportsman and provide better game and If we are going to Hjrht) the ideas of an expanding I Acacia bets R. Br, is a small, symmetrical) tree with shiirt,'bbck.
hooded
i the most that you can make. fishing conditions, developing the industry 'as the Russia, then let us fight with ideal, which will mean some. prk-L let or sometimes unarmed The.>\numerous glaucous' leases!

I' a! years go by, so that we will always have satisfactorygame ,hing to the great tinder pile! of humanity ;which awaits are, 2 to, a Indies long. consuling of two to these pairs of pblong-ul liijiie
allele.
1 3s-1945, 32,106 rural free mail There aie several beautiful ol this !
delivery routes covered and fishing for our people. me call or the other. specimehs tree growing4
fc43j; ,Ojy miles at a total cost of $107,046,080. It is estimated / of file V S. Departmtnt Apiculture/ Plant' Introduction Garilin at l
I These objectives are bused on a" Ten-Year Flan.tc It would probably be preferable to the peace ,
that approximately) 29,508,000 people enjoyed the Coconut: Grove. It Is dean, furnishes rather :lens< shade and tt we1oinincnelLfir
r',1 0 .nind of our nation, and to the peace of the world, if the! !
\ (ScnVenjence\ of RFD service 000COC:=OClO roadside
: last year, ; or specimen :
planting
free ,
..tatui quo of an America based pn enterprise and auscia !
*
I I k Allilzsta/ ; hbhikiielii semi 1ftI native if the Mawh
.{ baaed on a milWrohlclUbmljtll'flUe of the individual Flultppine
.( ish :' "Wanted : Watchmaker with reference who can furn NEWS and COMMENTANYONE .0 the fancied..benefits tif"u super-fetate t fctayed; within j: and" prolHiWy U. (the| lest of Ow AII>lala[ Kpeciui. (lot planting In Sulk.
I I tools; stage age, experience and salary ern 1 Florida. It is .
i reQuired." bounds but if tneae-coiiLCptg; / not stay within their it fcutlwry opped, !jfraetful tee} of small to ("ntdi.m
O OClO OClO=- oClo uCla
w no colud predict that tremendous results this Simple Boundaries (and they lire not staying there), then our site i and is very shush resistant While closely "related to situ euv.

classified ad would bring when it appeared in the Chicagc who wonders whether conservation U valuable .rcateat weapon laic( fight with the )Spirit[ of true demos mon Iclilwk true, It Is huiidsomer, with smaller and more nuimrfflU

1 Daily News In 1887. Yet out of it grew the largest mal night go back with me 15' or 20 years ago to any beautiful lacy, unfurling the'real tanner! of .freedom It.,iHils, smaller flower And ,pods, and 1 Is less olijadiimable In the m*
order enterprise in the world Sears Roebuck and Com' morning in the :nmmertimp II m just after day and the ti-r of htti ring (lie lawn. and Like
: l wilh of dcvckiping crown! above
To back wit MQ ground
1 pany which expects to do a billion and a half dollars mirrored surface of our I river here Stuart and all 1 the wayto'Port 1 up a t-mjcup-in-chfek opportunism UHI M.locII asnimn n dews IWwiulir .,
forms of to which for several wifls In
worth of business government we arc inherently and apinaraiK.
through their retail stores Sewall ts being broken by the savage charge of ,
many and bi i is harm slant difc>liut btlt" )hip lIs irf all
mail this Jccply opposed totrc.itc lolling toward our cause nfi a.limo ycjr when hullo i it
4 year. giant Silver Kings magnjficent tarpon weighing up to 150 the bo.hfikwl 1 00 ('ccsviry' 'It 1" ..Jc..iruh1. (for Jnslwido
T The man who ran the ad was Richard W. Sears. Th pounds n long run Hyprocricj.! CHIIIIO b'forubat.- spu.Hinen l planting where very '""
/ .
..Ii a I who answered it was A. S. Roebuck .lo, if you want friuius) iv.icrirthe show-down: comes, Is tad wllIIl\'I!. ;

w w EACH SUMMER with clock-like regularity, the giant America/: by' nature opposed to meddling In the in- rNarobbium fJ11ucllT'! [Mm Crimh" Is s n..Uve'ill Tropical Annrici.

III 1;.... year recording companies turned out an esti tarpon invaded the lower reaches of our river, and .ernal affairs of other nAlt onli. We long ago chose the I It b a lmuet wide'siweadnlg tree and in suitable for planting' where, *

: aiat.d-i25! .000,000 records worth a quarter of a billion made the mullet schools shower like rolling thunder ;errs of government, and the form of life which we thin huge specimen' to desired. It has graceful fern.Me, foliage, smA.

t d. .a.s. One company made its billionth record. It it as they fed. The death of Dr. J. A. Newnham last I''is best...< and today it nutnmi: 81: a bright and shining' model rashes I'KTOwplcuoM' whitnli green flower .and. curved, flat It...Hlwy)
h .t it would all the rest of the world Our international piKls. Altlinn fth one Df f our most, 'Jieautiful ii Hi
take 5000 years to play all the reo week reminded me of all the thrilling sport that w' .or prior major trees, it; rather timk
? _ate borne:) of our local radio stations art townsfolk and our summer fishing vacationers enjoyed : 1 conflicts" the) Revolution and the Ut and 2nd World cold and fa cwt) plank-d widely" It b drought reAtant and free of

... .. ..y.ng to beat that record j with the finest tarpon fishing in all florid Wars, were based successively; uialntit throwing off the serious' psis .qr '

t at our front door.. For "Doc" was a tarpon enthusiast, joke of monarchrsn, preventing tne spread of a new i irojcnal kjt&mM 'Muamntli/ Bcnth, or Wtld Tamarlnita 41 very !gnat:

e-la.wyer friend to thank for the story of the as were at least 50 more of our hometowners, and a system, and smashing! the fascist idea. fill tree of small,, to! medium! Irl.e. which U nalivo! to\tllie Wist!t balsa:

.I., after speaking sternly to the defendant In ise number of local guides were kept bURY all throughthe Today ws fear tH: spread of the) Communist l Idea and and grc" wild on the FUnU Keys It has an opeinpnuidi/. !WUol !

slid! "And I'm going to five, your wifr. slack summertime taking out tarpon-fishing part expanding Russian power, and are taking material actions growth. and does ,nol make! very"dense'ihadc."" the flowers are!

onth1". ies. In fact, the largest tarpon ever caught in then and an "accentuate the poutive' diplomatic approach!\ to numerous: bruslilika, almost riund, white and fweelr* scented: It hre

,". .K. ........ed 1 and replied, "Why. that's ju. United State was landed here from Bob Fulford nold that idea within bounds .-.mincnd d f for avenue. w/ondnde Ranting( or a* shade i*ns

f'... .t cry once in a while I'll toss in a couple boat by a Fhilaclelphlan; Edward Trainer. It Is The present purity of Communists: in public office i in p anting) "hou t srhall rcsdcnccs, lib! very" dr aigh resijant' is tree...n''

EAM mounted today on the! dining room wall of Sunrise he United :Stales; : ...< .m toe national welfare. No personwho n 1111,11I111 f slImY, sno \0 /free hi f 'rkllil ]prstj; ,.-

Inn, :232': pounds of fighting fish caught at Stuarts in hiM heart OWCR allegiance to a foreign state shout ntkmllMmimgmftrttontim' /l / DeMit, S r. h, tive'oH.wa sill is\\III

: 'i ._ AMEI.ICAN TRADITION front. door. be permitted the citizenship of any'wtate but that. much inmmwd, svmmetrk'al. nrylxl) .lieaded tree of medium W:' It !U.'*

= -is.on, which was 4 to 6, goes against the grain less to hold public office I in it.' The Communist party little relOm/I"II"'O! / "of Iho common and) will-know F.duf wllith I M>6t

33 s hools eligible for tax aid in bus\ transport WHAT HAPFENEF to the huge schools of giant tarpon should be outlawed in every democratic nation a,, a macer t- 'teen widely pi.nitol 1 u pn!nvenue tree In lint\ Miami ani.)e.but *Jt,'.**

:. c.dedly against the American tradition And what would it mean to us today if our river in sum- of national tuitcty-because there eggs of the cuckooIn kislns' f f.ivor' because It blows over readily In 'winds If. 'hose"'
... vlu. In this Case the will .lertime was again teeming with these battlers, which are the of birds I ta high jlrn ,
court reverse nests other !owe their real Allegiance to }ihe >HI' everpr n with ,4' to. 4 pairs of olnW ,. I III J
f = .. 1.1'number of o.her "doubtful decisions.' Inn more spectacular than the sailfish l' All that, anyone 'IntlHt and Rl sy leVHtts
.". A ere knows is that the big schools gradually down. Kretli:: t.'If. oraul\teUnw flowers. In brushlike nujliary! I he*
'rican tapered
democracy is that the churcl l e it is "an' idea that we are fighting, and since its one Inch nr mire acne, sit iJ *
|
provklus retie i b rot
-> c. ..aratt: from the stets As a guar luddy water front Lake Okeechobee was doubtless oO I u laral right of freedom of 'actor, 'and an important one. Reduction of their feed ] religion. co stop,then the .very.bent weapon would appear to be a I ,fOlncltll' regki 8tt ,
.. inJivi.ui: supply by over-netting may have been another Certainly Royal Polncjan+ aftt. Js 0,11t
matter not which more powerful idea > our own concept of government\! slue of )
should dIT\ he big fish here ion countless numbers with migratory Madagascar(' mid deservedly" l II one flf |IrlO I inUit popular Into"
i i.j.enu ex purified and made to work at homo and receiving '
our unqualified In .
'
F wd.
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grown I It w
it.. ta any religious group, Catholic 01m regularity, were not "caught out" by sportsmen or by nets lupport where it /appears in the form of democratic tlun'80 !u' issued,, seldom attaining( I: hei"-ht rf ,nave,
.ueiivvili result in ,the Intrusion of gov. .They simply decided that something had happened. here government atfroau (w Itk th. 3pfellj of its branches usually equalling .or ameeting '
,1!niiient into religion. they, didn't like and stayed away Let support freedom of the individual and freedom s ; t i its he glt, .If grows rapidly. producing mats of scarlet W*

1-lorida coinues) to their' regret, have l learned that e enterprise,wherever we find thorn Ip the battle against owns during! tin endy summer months above the tt wH of ,deep green
fh ,,:ice of accepting-aid from the State of Florida has A FEW come still but pot enough to 'give us the communism, preach the benefits of a democratic system feathery foliage/ The tree wmally !loses, )its foliage| lot Mveril|"wetk *

1 i Ue>... ft di.tatoriaj; Insistence by the State in overseeing the "big-time" tarpon finding! we used to have. And, and hold out our hands to democratic governments but be .",/ ) apnn!( bu rrlVld"" fairly Jens,, shade In summer 'wheiftlwde Y

budgets of the counties This parallel can be applied to strangely, the "baby tarpon," 10 to 50-pounders. have chary of fighting fiN with; fire .eftt it serve as a keynote to most newlod. lit thief fault are that It {Is mthuf dirty'lolloi) *!ing t the

the use of. -tax monies tofurniah services for any religious not dropped their fondness for the upper North and the. world that we really! believe democracy is swell in t nowerlnp' : period! end cuturpil"occasiii ally attack tW fol 6b6. tosptfe

- group.... : South Forks, America but doesn matter,, anywhere else. of these, ill bwuty recommends\ It for avenue or iecimmi I pM
'.Jthe recent decision of the ,IT. S. Supreme Court mak-- big'

J of alt Americans .woo agree' with the founding fathers T'S THE LOWER estuary of the St. Lucie which has been TO STATE SENATOR JOIJN 1 K.:: MATTHEWS, Jack- rongamlo },(snack Wight lit Pong tm from Tt (Mop J'n) Asia and,.
th chu:ch. and state best go their ways in separation' dropped from the! big tarpon list Why Schools of these Australia a quick! growing( Its 01 medium feliugawhk4t
\ doe and dense
silver giants still pass by our Inlet in the dymmertimdut \ _, onrillet Your doubtless. ; well-tnttntioned contemplated withstands. wM well TW

' ENOUGH'S, ENOUGH "" *". .> except for B few stragglers they "hang out ide." ,Why T 'bill to abolish th*>ubhe primaries Jn Florida and to set short pods nmally dror during winter glossy catadn grem emukSabto 1ea\iR and Utter numerV-and

That is a question worth exploring and ,correcting. If wt what mount to a private I ht
up primary s.ltem.will town "
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n. often
One employer( we knew lias given up )b aeball games .stets { shove ground Iu abaUII} I1. ,14, spilf.9l
could find th to that Florid lq shameful .
right
conservation riddle
*, answer pose a challenge e( bifotrjr,apd In. this. tt; POillam makes .
He
just can't stand hearing the umpire call a strik*.;-=B!- a satisfactory and altr8otiV. rliee'tred.
f It would be worth several hundred thousand dollars an tolerance., (U( invite "Talmadce-wn" to Our State. That Tamarfncl.ndktJ. 1.. R
City LetterSummervilleTrion' Georgia nually to us in providing a summer tourist attraction probably1 jilts! you ,find, but to many of ut it doA not Africa. JI Is 'dow In Tamarind Is native of Asia sad ;N .J
rothe ,
"-r4 -< ranking with the tarpon fishing of Coca Grande on the make 4an e to sacrifice for racial prejudice 'a-principle mngtllum to ( grotging tae (ices but'ovomiu r bean "
'lOIIdd-t
SHOULD KNOW 'west coast. What made\ the schools of big tarpon turn I of Democracy. You "e 41; the mote but hiss thjleaDJ :, sheds: The leaves lame\ : pP i1:an" spresdJnK.fJte p w/dbig/ scarf

"fathers "What; She's consenteef.td.'niarry' roil ? up their nose at the:lower St Luci. and wipe us off their. I'' and sell your people too cheap. Let'*'!let Ceortla'k"p'III are pilltMWWtth. tssh.era1 lesn/leh-and/ the.,'trsa gervergpeme
i T ttt ianyou're the second-happiest lathe wory ." It Is rather pr3s pyble t LaW \ t1
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map ," iatt V: doubtful asset. of being made ridiculous in the eye .w but.
t-iiJUtt,talk, Humboldt, low. ,.t' ,. able \\V!'darkk avenue or apaJsoar .''
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THE STUART HEWS, 8TD4KT Martta Comntr, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH le1, 1947. I ,.11', j

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Martin Growers Watch Efforts "blight attacked small city gar*l Aldridge Cites Child Needs steps :to eliminate' them: ': : j ,.:V(; :j 1

D and P1 dens and great commercial ls fields i] The club had 14 vlal&n.Today's .\ I Ij 't\'
Well .
ones without distinction. The spored Henry KIndred was pf081'lllllf"n' 1\Ilr ,; .t I
of the blight are airborne .and;I -'.' I '
chairman. ,,
Quick Service We, top ou II By Science to Combat'Blight travel great distances, falling la..I' Of Love, Security, Growth r. ,

Inquire a devastating' ram when the :::: ) \ I ',

349 t.Y No sure prevention of the late: ,;"he reported find even that not winds The diminish disease,: popularly called I I' Efforts by Klwanlans in knowledge!:; that physical punish I Milk -- Today = 's i i '"t.j .

JONES blight that wreaked $40,000,000 a good one as a, result of unusually the last blight, is caused by anorganism titular and townspeople In gen ment Is not the solution, but Produced :' ""i \ v"r' r
PHONE '292 inapt Florida phytophthora infes-I'I eral that have kept Juvenile delinquency :;. .' t
nation's
p 0 Box (damage on the tomato advene weather conditions. rather a need for greater un- j i, ,. "' t
tans, which last In at a minimum here and w hi
last year began edrstandlng 'of the underlying ... .
crop year ha been found her this winter. Such condi- : were lauded by the Rev. W. O. t" !
the potato crop in Florida. Since 1
yet, says L. M Johnson county tions not only have hit tomatoes tomatoes and potatoes are of Aldridge, pastor of the Meth- causes for amine "cases and Pastes d ,i" 9 I ,I
agriculture agent. Several hard, Johnson said but also the the same family, they are sub odist Church at the Kiwanis : ti 4. ,; ,1' ,
remedies have been suggested entire! crop farming program In ject to the same general diseases."In Club meeting Friday. In n County Wi ),III
\ 4 4a
he said, adding that the best of!I general. Me expects proceeds
Florida the late blight was I Speaking In line with : r-rrn
these is the mixture of 1 quartof I from the Industry this season to current a I ,I "
annihilated by the cold weatherof elm of Kiwanis International 's Dair
diathane In 100 gallons of be among the lowest on record.Dr. to .'1 I I.' .
I .
tiin li ter and the adding of 1 wa"l, Jack Bickerton, newly appointed Feb. 6. Very few winter to-; combat juvenile delinquency I I ', j, L :: ,''I.
matoes'were
left In the State Mr. Aldridge cited eight Ii IiI
j sine and a half pound of lime, pathologist and technical means D, O. Box 1 Stuart i V: I 1ft
but that after that date. So the Immediate by which it may be combatted: I '
'
this
even has to have sales manager for an Or
threat of blight- vanished Boy and Girl Scouts YMCA and I -- t, t I e' 'r 4} t
WHITE HOUSE MILK favorable weather with it to I lando firm, says in the Orlando a I .. ,'tJ
G make it with the tomatoes. On the spring YWCA organized and supervised 'r-- s r /
A spring effective.harvest will be madeIn : Star"Last\: tomato plants crop now growing, particularlyat play: ,the church, the school bet l't l i iES
400 U.S.P. Unit Vitamin D, year Fort Pierce, 'where there are ter housing, study of the child s For
only one plot In the county everywhere were hard hit. The I ,
Per PIntSTARR I 2,200 acres and, on Florida's west and Influence by Individuals.
__ 1
coast, where plants still are oe.i < The speaker said a child seeks o I R E Repairs and r a 1' 1
t
ing set in the fields for an un-; three things; ,love, security and '
3 STALL L&hest Cash For Your CarON'T determined acreage blight has' development. and that when any SERVICE Parts :
37C not yet become a serious men-i of these are missing delinquencygets v'r. ;
,tee growers say, and they hope: its start. Emotional: dlstur-r (r. '
? UI Ak' a MGG, kA co TAKE FIVE MINUTES to escape almost entirely, due to banes} Influences and atmos- ARN UER.
weather condition at this time i phere of the home, Including
We O. P. A. limit for which 1 rt
can pay yotha vouMni {
of year, u spraying tllvoaee and poverty will create St. Luci BoulXrd P o rf
GR,DE A SLICED is as much ou cam get an re and. t'6n the other hand: ., the loss of any or all of these

ONUS. 73c rIA STAY HINT AWSUNRIS late blight can strike fast and, needs, Mr. Aldridge said.
6 it will be a danger in Florida I In stressing that delinquents
OR co.TRAL until the tomato 'deals' end in never are born as /such but have 1 1 1i
June. 1 the tendency passed to them, LIST your Rooms, Apartments and i ;r'
S \ -23 South DrFor4 "When the first evidences of, Mr. Aldridge said delinquency is mes with so f'
the blight were apparent last season greater than statistics Indicate, L. j i
65c Pier a.' hone 190 since most FULFOK,1, y
HA plant pathologists, were unprepared -: cases are unlisted. He ,
l UJ.HF poifCHors by reason of lack of reported the largest age group .c/'aaG 'Slafs y { I I ,
OR WHOLE Rich !$ Vitamins actual knowledge. The fungus arrested la 17 although 25 per r I
CENTER CUT ass known, but the possibility of cent of arrests involve 15-year- iiUYING SELLI s It1iNf1NC y : i !
suf tfamage from the new strain'olds, that 82y per cent of the PIIOP ACEMEr''C i I '
4ToS.Av MARKMEAT Vas not anticipated I Some copper !1 wrested! are boys and that four Write U. Bbx No. 4
LU 65c sprays were known to be I cut of every five of these are 316 h orado AvenueILTON'S
Swift Yicrucs, Ib_, 55c : effective but were not completely held for stealing. In holding Phont 17 A '{ y C
proved that because they set up today's Stuart, F .Ida '
EXTRA STANDARD RIBS "Last year's disaster need not I civilization/ grandparents are; r ;
S PRODU OCERIESCOURTEO be repeated U proper fungicides more responsible for the problem i !
01ST SPt 65C' and timely applications are em 1 today than are parents, the pastor -- S S
ROAST IC a ployed. Efficient airplane dust- stated that records show !
Ing or ground spraying for com- three-fourths of delinquent SUNDRI
CO ENIENTLY LOCATED mercial crops of large acreage children have delinquent par.
Cooked L 63 e and proper hand dusting or ents and urged that parents
Crawfish, lb. 49c 2nd and Akron Joe Brooks spraying for small home gardens everywhere put forth' greater D 'P( SUNDRIES COSMETICS j r I f

nended"IIIIIIIIIIIIl111illlllllilllllllltilalllllel111 or smaller field are recom- 'environment efforts to provide that the kind of SUN TANXHL SUN SHADES >TN GLASSI":' 4 iI'iI'CANDI '

Lean ESH GROUND .. -. ____' the child. will satisfy '. TOBACCOS V JEWELRY .. .

Sell pork 43c : Treatment of the delinquency ODA FOUJJWIN '," ,
!EEF 35c problem in Florida has been '
I SODAS I IcXCREJ>r SANDWICHES e5
NMOHH asmNo. notoriously antiquated he laid '
Red Cross but NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES
study of It has brought about
A & P Grade 2 C. fmammmm* ** 1 For Your ChUff
|many changes in recent
Apple Sauc! 25 BRAND Rally I I j which will greatly benefit years the Ricou BldzXtfext to\P. O. Jensen Beach I I'I I

Prepared. DriedPRUNES State's younger generation.
Ever ActJreN Noteworthy In this study he '
A At Early Ja By JonseyniiiiiiiMUiiiiHifiiiiimiiMiinmmiiiif
Laid, Is the
Peas, ro. 2 ct 2 / gradually rowing WE HAVE ALL KINDS O 1 ; 1 t ;

_ Li "It's a boy, Daddyl"The JELLY AND MARMALA
biggest moment of all! All r
Hearts Delight--J I IFruit 2t/a n IN HEAVY SYRUP past( sorrows, ,were suddenly Inverted SUGAR STAMPTO i MANY NEW NOVELTI { t v 4 ;

Cocktail) IS-OZ., "lSc Crowing Energe Youngsters Ifito one ,large wave of E ALSO SHIPlUIT I IANYW
happiness.
JAR Quick joyfultears
Home flashed into our eyes. She had EXPIREHousewives E '
Style-No. a '
u triumphed! She. mother and
Pickled! Beets &7c father, ,1
Jonesy a
__ NO LIMIT Ed's Fruit ovelty Shop
ed Whole&me Nutritious Fo In all the preceding months/ I
since the baritone( had 'today were reminded '
new little
UOi. Can Enjoy the Adntage of Meals GARJdCND EDENFlEMtVOwner
VEL ServinsfBetter Tasting taken posseslson of our lives by OPA that Spare I
Armours Treet ,l39c By Serving On there was nothing to hint that Stamp 53 currently good for Co 2nd St. At Federa way i'
this one moment would be so five pounds of sugar, must be 1 I-0.-
20 Mule Team LARGE 31 grand so excruciatingly grand! "spent" in the next few daysor
BOX C But of course: one must come not at all, since it will expire
Borox, lb. box. I5c UAJJITY I back to earth /send telegrams Monday, one month earlier than .;
make long-distance telephone originally Intended. ...IT.IS ECONOMY TO REPAIR YOU t
I MEATS, GROVEMES AND PRODUCE calls (Collect) mosey around in, The following day, Tuesday
FRUITS d EGETABLES' conspicuous places to be congratulated OPA begins the use of 10-pound HOME ,,, ._ C
Northern U S. N. 1 MAIN and try to concentrate tamps with Spare Stamp 11oecomlng ... S r It I 1

Spinach, 21 Ibs.lif. 2 I POTATOES45c I Our Shelves Jve Replenished Daily That on all earning you who a living.are not is I I "While good Spare for Stamp that amount 11 will I SEE US FOR ALL wr'a M, 'r 1

:- MAKE I IT AlABIT TO SHOPANTHONY'S how It feels to be a father (for be good for 10 pounds right onthrough

.-360'* I0.LB the first. time. I September 30 PIe; are I II REPAIlNmd BUILDING NEEDS "s" i
hoping the sugar S will
is wee too late this year.
Lemons, cloz. 4 AG. A tktt next year let's have an expectant I make it possible to declare OUR 1ST LEASE I
_______ fathers' home nursing I'other 10-pound stamp !good an-I Z x
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CRISP class. No kidding, at Maternity I) July 1, said A. D. Simpson
lettuce, 2 hcfds I9cf Center in New York there is a :regional sugar executive in

I _. ___ _J CELERY continuous class for waiting lanta.
: He emphasized, however, that
Co
New daddies. ,Jack Dempsey and a Cas t $ 1
scientist who helped dream up these' 10-pound stamps are not u r
Potatoes, 51 I$. 29c LRGE 18cVcrBF"fVUV the'' atom bomb are among!! its a "bonus" and that- sugar still
must be used He also I 3
I carefully. V r-
- graduates.Your
'- --,--- S lK .
MEMBER Jonesy almost graduatedfrom pointed out there will be no Isy lill Doing Its Best To Supp ou
SlOW White the one held In Palm City special stamps set aside this year j ,PHONE 66 i I
Cauliflower/head 25c Eco my for both ,mothers and fathers for canning sugar, as the 10-

(___ _...;........y.. A lea2; Ib...a. 33c ........- ocery only the baby came before the pound stamp to cover should all prove sufficient -
--- necessary
-
last lesson. Yes Jones the
) was
Cr.ell Yell ME OWNED, FRIENDLY 'OPERA\D I only boy in the class, since all home uses of, sugar, including LISTEN TO {
Cabbage ,6c na, 3 Ib. 19c MI/. Akron Ave WE DELIVER Teleph\c 143 I the other husbands were home tanning

I ::. ._ cOn 'watching the children, but Mrs. lhtr
Jonesy kept up his courage by saying the book says that on p/

Peanuts I If. ............ 23cOneiiu.I| bunch tOe ._- -. ---- ..-- _- Sunday morning it is the father's
turn to bathe the baby, After 11 /1
the class on what to do If the / 1
ANN PACE URE'RESERVES1 doctor has a flat tire.you couldn't

CHEER 'R ''A; 41 c WHAT I Uioo the Red him Cross away. Home Miss ...Alexander Nursing

\ NO SI-IOPPING'LIST. Instructor, seemed quite pleased
_I and, with a fine sense of comedy,
- x
ANN
PAC' selected him first to bathe ii
Minnie
l -
o Well Don't Worry, You Don't d It At very

PEAR 8UTrERJ' 31c _- Even her a father demonstration can do it, we baby.find. Mon., d., FrL I ti t .
I Children, all over the county
CRO: : R'Some I i ecelved a gift last Monday from 914s 1 A
y the Shark Industries Division of
N/felSCO Lauft the Borden Milk Company: a
Shfedded SOAP 2 Ig arl t 9c' number of cases of vitamins. The
Jail In, TaM C Basket and Sea How Easy Martin .County lied Cross will
EAT Camay distribute them to the doctors
It Is To Stocl Tour Pantry From our Complete and
SOAP' BAR ., .,. lOc 1 county nurse who will see
that
children in need will get
FOOD STOCK them. ,
.4c Happy Kid
Syrup no. 2V2Jn. 27 cA. Everyt g You Mar Want Is In Plain Sight With No safety tip this week. Becoming tN
a father makes one feel
r I enn--Qt. Bottl i Pr Plainly Marked On each Item a little reckless anyway. n
'RKER 'e I
15S1054 _
I'
AAS Insect Killer _.l. 33c ''I <

EC YES Sold uia ;_lg.Hlue c Il SHOP AT''' FOR INFANTS /Anekg ', e

a Whita star -'- '!rb.
/ LFAtt MIL i etc

Flakes, 2 pkg':_ ... 19c The p'.FQOd Store flat Monej, Ca z ,

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-- rat sit ART ?\1\1\1'\ jTtuki, toartu fount?. rtdftrot, TntitsD4f. MARCH $7, un:


1 .i I with alcohol and apply antiseptic several seconds after his \release INSURANCE PROGRAM I

!I. i. I, HomeDemonstration If with you have a clean not enrolled applicator.In one!I Wood, Field and StreamBy 1 then realising his freedom of, DEFECTS CITED PALMIS
with
disappeared one sweep
; of the Red Cross home nursing R C: Oehrken, Jr. manager Tells Past Preterit
classes now available lln Martin I RAYMOND R. CAMP I his wide tall, of the West Palm Beach office of w M an are. At

': Notes County. It would be wise for you I We noted that a few of the the Social Security Administration V y vises ad all on TroublN ve. age, Divorq

to Investigate them In every Special to The New York Times One of the more talkative other boats were flying the red three major factors
,
''i ; tr Lft MISS Li'CUE INSCOE home there. should be at least one STUART, Fla. Jan. 11 Sail- skippers came on the air to report "rele..." Hags, each Indicatingthat i said today and survivors en. An I. :e O wbli Con. t. "
member who Is able to take caret keep old age a Help
fishing we are convinced, la not that he ..haeS'"ra.Iaed" four a sailfish,had been brought; 'I
i .J Our lives often are laved and so much "Where you find It" as sailfish but had hooked none ELEANA
,\ nertoua' Infection! prevented by was encouraging. for too manyof its objective! .
\1 FILED FORRECORD "how find It" and today we Up to that point the only fish we ,
you these fish killed and,
treatment
,. tiompt and< correct of had seen were flying fish with are First Is the limitation of coverage LOCATfcaAT JINX TAVERNFfcOffERS
found It rough going
In the docks
f minor Injuries occurring on brought to merelyto
,a' farm and In farm homes.Every We bad planned to go offshore the exception of a huge manta enable some angler to havea under the program. In S Mlln N tb'M A .. Fdaral High.., R.1

! f I'' homemaker own It t.o her tarn- WP-Joseph B. Buckey to Oeo. with Captain Herman ray, which went on Its way unmolested photograph taken with his' Florid (2 per cent art excluded.

ily to provide adequate first aid L. Ward. Rests on his Satlflsher" but catch. Some ''kill three or 'four Extension of coverage not only

',;,J' material and facilities to take Ext. Agree.-John' E. Terrlck to when we saw' the palms bending trolled Then a sail rushed one of the fish on a good day, leaving them would provide protection lot
bait and smacked It
I the minor Frank Mason I In the breeze and the pelicans on the fish rack after the photograph -
car of injuries
many the
I'
making little headway down the with his bill To us, this has always many workers now outside For All OCCA
occurring in an4 around .the \VD-Fred 0 Knapp to B 's.1 has been taken ,
.been the most Interestingpert would increasethe
but also
the
home. RichardsonVDJ I river, we decided skipper Sails are not sufficiently system,

There are many drat aid kits \ W. Pegram to A. PKreuger .' would not appear. We did he not the fish of saltflshlng to strike, the The slashing rush of plentiful for these displays of J protection for others who BOUQUET CORSAGES P'- -jfffl FLOWERjDOMESTIC
know Captain Rests, for was
sportsmanship, and someday out of covered
and
en the market but they ire cost-' poor I move Into
sweep of the bill as It strikes at RRAN NTS
I' tied at the Pelican dock at FLO
up Florida will limit 4he catch and for their dependents
I''( ;.y and a homemade one contain FSD-T. C. Pittman to L. C. the bait, and the solid "setof employment ;
bait lee '
the appointed hour, on
by law The Stuart Sailfish Club
ing all the. (essential medications Klckllter and TMBfRTED CERAMICSSMITH'S
t the rod as you set the hook -
.
to I
.n: and drugs ,will answer the pur- WD-Fred O. Knapp to W. O and' ready golittle IIffsborebe I these things are more InterestIng gives a sailfish I button to the The second Improyem'entneeded
: A Unlit box, LlttWO windy I angler who releases his fish, concerns eligibility for
preferably
ixise to the
us than actual landIng
calm >RAL
announced, "and not as as SN.1FT SHOP
metal) and similar t to a small "-Fred 0 Knapp to David of the fish. which Is one way of conservingthese benefits and benefit amounts ,
cash box or fishing box will W. Carstalrs. I It was yesterday, but nothing to When the first sail struck we fighters. There. is an excuse. The general level of benefits E..WIRE FLOWE
whO wants
bother (ofish1
1'1)). i service as a suitable container VYD-Amsterdam Dev Co. to anyone threw off the freespool release. for killing a big fish but not should be raised to accord with ; y

I for the kitAccording Russell VlzinaWD This left us without any 'logical \ let the bait fall back for two or for killing. the six and seven foot- higher wage rates" and living Arcade>Og, 5th St,. Ft.> Pierce Plfc 3104UMBEL'
H. Alderman to er. costs The third major shortcoming .
I Chase
to the National excuse, but when we passed three seconds then snapped on 1
., Salety Council the minimum Chas. H Alderman Jr. through the Inlet perhaps the drag and struck. But he had of the program Is absence
I i lequlrements for the kit are: rolls DEED-Fern Hill Cemetery to "bounced" through would be a not taken the bait. Burning off land impoverishesthe of protection against the
Oeo Zarntts Hooked soil and the landowner. economic effects! of disability
1 cl adhesive tape of varying better e and Off AgainWe
1 width, sortie cotton swabs and SWD-J B. Quigley to Wm. J. :bered we had tIfrlt: the offer reeled in twenty or thirty

'j slick, sterile whIte cloth for Parsons of seasick pills However, feet and found he was after It
I :lent bandages and tourniquets Mtg.-Dalton W. Anderson to ,we were not the only Idiots for again This time he took It, and GU NTEED WATCH REPAIRS
?I iluUiei,: ointment for burns: 1st Federal Sav &" Loan there were a dozen boats tossing we set the hook, but he pulled '
tincture of Iodine boric acid Assn.Mtg.Thomas. ahead o( us and a half-dozen loose after two or three Jumps DAY SERVICE 3 d
\ yjjBNre%) ol methlolate tincture S Smith to How. following An hour later another one appeared

;, (te-btmsoln. liquid green soap or ard Dawn. Baits Dane In Rough Sea but he would not take THE E uildingMaterials
.j I ', 'brmtne and rubbing alcohol WTX-P J. Dillon to John F The marine radio telephone I the bait Four times we reeled in

The following sunResJoiu: for Booher. was not a. noisy as It had been after he had slashed with the
first aid treatments are listed Judg. Leliv H. B. Snyder&" Co. the other day. Apparently mostof bill, but he seemed Interested 132 N Second Sir Fort Pierce, Florida

i1 l C.y the National Safety Council: to W. A. McDonald. the captains had their hands only In killing": the bait
a For brulwj and scratches and WDClara May Douglas to full at the wheel and had no Then came three hours of Inactivity the Florida Bank ing

:y"' removal of splinters, an Angelo Tslmas opportunity to exercise their and as we were about ire more plentiful
A'(' antiseptic, then a sterile Plan! Asgt good will-Phil Tence to garrulity. The baits skippedlike ready to head for the inlet, another -

age. For puncture wound;. deep Carl L. Bess. fish, and a bait troll- fish struck the outrlggedbait.
flying MAN$ FAINTED ADV !7G We May HafSWhat You Need
Ktg Vic Sutter to 1st Fed.
I j liven or nail punctures apply ed directly astern was Just as active We set the hook solidly In
tincture ol m<.:hlulatr, bandage Sav It" Loan ABa'n.Cbat. as one trolled from an out this one, and he went through For That NeVfiomeAr- Sure to See Us

wound, and nee a doctor Mtg,-Donald D. Rogers rigger on a normal day la brief, his tall-walking rushes for ten SHRIGL.V
For I small cuts clean skin to Richardson Finance Co. It rough. minutes. He was a strong fresh L Mgr.
around! the cut with liquid green Chat. Mtg,-Donald D Rogers to To was make matters more. difficult fish, and put up a better fight]

ojp or bonzh' then clean skin Richardson Finance Co a persistent gull followedone than any sail we have" seen on Mgr.East'CoastY.umber
1 i' Fie. Name-8uart Recap Serviceto of our baits. Every halt- this trip. When we had him up
The Public to the stern Captain Rests pointed
minute he would dive pick up
It WD-Emma -. Kitching to Paul out the unusual length of the 300 OLD oe
\ the bait carry It up fifty or sixty
Thomas. feet then drop It. After this con- bill Normally the fish would j, & Supply
.. IV D-Queen Esther Howard to
tinued for fifteen minutes. Captain have been about s> sevenfooterbut BOXs
I Lucella Price; of the exceptionally' long bill P.O. 01
Reitz threw the gull one
\WD-Taylor Corp. to Luella one 22 uart, Florida
jf the mullet baits to get rid of. added fully six Inches to his
Swanson. the length He lay In the water for
pest
WD-Anthony D. Bullock to ..
+
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ITTSBURCH PLASTIC IV -Phil Pence to State of Florida .. 1

TILS Is available -_ PATRONIZED
now in a ,
'D-vChas. Buck to Wm. Mor
earl ty of translucent colors
'
} for Bje walls and ceilings of ganIVDAllen. C. Baker to J, S SPENT IN MARTIN COUNTY HOME FIRMS

bath ome, kitchens, reccetiori lR
Baker, Jr. :
ome, beauty parloS CO Deed-Martin County to C. I i MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU

S reetar ants, etc. This till sg C. Mooney.
I
g warm the touch, is ea yeleane QCD Salerno Dev Co to State STAY AT HOME DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

with'' damp c th, of Flaflc I

I cannot rack, chip, p orsweat. name-Tropical Gift Shopto ,
s durability cans The Public. -
to Navy Dls.-Wm. Me D. Stanger. I
years o beauty '
your ME I
t home or ohtmerci estab. A HlersMtg : BUILDING' SUNRAY. Merriman's i EXPERT LET USGive" Jens
-4 we.
Deed-Arme Swanson tot
ment.Asph. Francis Ferguson Sea ,ter TIRE Your Car or Truck

file Sat JALOUSIES' BEER WINES I tlCAKS. A Complete Check Up rSURE
, i easy-to. Htg Citizens Bank to Kathertne & : CIGARETTES, MEWS PAPERS
clean color. laid V. Graver EXPERIENCED
ATTENDANTS
can a on
r 1 your bathro m td kitchen Mtg.-Katherlne V. Graves to ADD VALUE BEAUTY TO YOU, COMFORT HOME AND O* Scaliest Ice Cream RECAPPINGnone AND MECHANICS Y THEM THEY

.floors. Citizens Bank. WORTH BUSINESS SY INSTALLING Open: ( am. Till II p, mClosed ., I 11 !'.... eI# An Rao .
.none 11 J OPEN ae HOURS DAILY ARE MORE THAN
Sat. <
Mtg-Citizens Bank to A. H. SUNRAY SHUTTERSESTIMATES Sundays

Wood floor can be ex' Munier General Contracting SUBMITTED I I We Pick Up And Deliver Standard Oil' APT TO' HAVE IT.
pertly sander nd finished. Sat Mtg-ICtlzens Bank to A. H. and Repaira 'The Place Where STUART RECAP SERVICE SUPER SERVICE ST> ,

You choose s ind of 'fin. Munier 832 .Sunray Shutter Friend. Meet" 1. R. POMEROT.' JrAl RALPH P CHAND ?' I
P., O BOB Omr, '
,uhi"plast bit elite, lat.f Sat Mtg-ICtizens/ Bank to A. H. I Products M ..l*... IIS HtlHtl.kM I MAW HI.-" ,Jensen Beach h

quer, shell)), va fah, liner Munier Phone 144-R w, IPMOR, 4 > P. O. BOX ..! __241 Osceola Ave, ; yat. sw.r Addition I ,
.
f orcombi ions th reof. All WJ>.-Lola B Maxson to VelmaL. I _
Maxson.
coats are ffed. Mtg, Dan Porter to Leno Roth ,
--- --- -- ..
-- -
T *Rugs 'aped. Pic and UD-St Lucie Inlet Dist to W
p WHEN YOU'HE THDIKINa OT I Stuart
delivery service. eked Goldstein. For OFFICESNORES


{' Carpe carpets is cleaned cut'and on jai loon. FUND GIVEN -FOR-PARK I I FILING CABIN ; Uncle; Billy sez., Auto Camp I _SUPPLIES


I a Sa ing and polis 'ng Tallahassee March 27-(FNS) and I.
IE..Iu.IN earls. by A..oI., F-s.n., Modern Cottages
mac nes for rent.S The Cabinet has allocated $500 AND All Types of 14, S.4...... 11........"_ _1101..1
COO from the building fund to And Trailer Court For Everything In TheCONCRETE

arbrite prices will m tan (he Everglades National Park, ITEMS OFFICE SUPPLIES RENTAL 8Y DAY 'WEEK 'O.ALL Office Equipment; LIM.THE'STUART .
competition.t Commission for the acquisition suI. -gettln' moB ay (-adoln' NEWS

Keith of Marti cf land after hearing a com The Stuart less hBj nused"some eon- I CONVENIENCESBLAIR

t Linty eorge Cleahers is Spar mission member report that I I. L. DECKER Office l years, when It will and BAKER !

there was a good possibility the I OM Dl lldo Ml.W.r' .,. .
ite'sauthorized represenative DIXIE HI WAY-T HOW I er W iX"0' risk' 'fer fk ( M
It _
long discussed park project guess, __ e Phone 300Docks
in Martin County, could be brought Into almost In my, time, it appears! -

Immediate reaut,." h' cost of good livln GOES
.. .. --. ---................ cant make .
you yer money .. .
'
I f r. I ,roun,, and th* wolves at UTar ElectricOandLRefrigera." "
Quinn's Store : t
F harder to whup, be you i ,
Are You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC T Ae ta sticks or In town I tion SERVICE I

Meats, Groceries I .IOO B. some tack fifty No' Job Too Large Or Seawalls
And Frozen Foods I H V I ( ; ago VU|| dldn take much Too Small \

} ? PRODUCE DRUGS I buy plWyr of food and KOBE SOUND Boat 'Houses,

II NOVELTIES, GIFTS Phone fer prlce scr'nt nigh so '
LENDING LIBRARY .... MarineConstruction
Trier. was nWiuch thing ELECTRICCO, All Types VJ.

Jensen Beach radio coolln'D.. Phone
t. EEEZ l
Stout "... raw FM .... YOU BUILD a 'we then e a Hobe Sound 3271 Ivan. Taylor
; n' pinto; NOW,
I' I SELL Nile
r : Phon.
: : P. O. Box 474
l PHONE 9131-J have to be FLOWN) :

is a Ti WHITI races HOSPITAL a. ai HM 5..dnsw. l -.- 75 125 For '. month I now pay and Stuart 185-J_ PHONE .104-/

In., .,"...the-w1.IOn d".e-., 1..515 1. emt We ....y M Mt.nnM. be tW rub as much for

a R b b es tbd h se Pin. d.Ps h. am two of -- CONCRETE tt'A llghtln' and heat. as .old .. 1
M r..srmuf owing Favor Web Ordway I and ten ot as sat down 1
Available
The BestGENERAL
a Y.. sal, 1.--Il b. a. WNITI NOWITAk N be dl.i I is they come'_ and I dont GNSlaxler Bay
.. rear me... a Imaa
Motors .
t
this By-erackey, By'gum, .
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Pnus to. law .... b son Na a. a.. N Sass 8x8x14SiSill I HOWl.I N E
T Ms Mm Namm son be .ww. AUTHORIZED DEALERFORD 'OIl N'ELECTRIC
f Atsr./ THAT, If In th big swim I
1 y. bt.I/Ie..1/ Wall V"W .aRetN..n ..ddn5 ae.PN.IMIsa 8x8 JL/6 AW In Port'Designers
; flr.
a mil"we *. .mm Mn ..M NMrW. hat It SURE: TAKES II
1 ; a a..PIN5.a5Sss dl.. SALES AND SINVICR 8 IMi that lire put on th' bill; Appliances
} Ifw..wsS. .v 55 .5e. ttmy REINF Then what.has dollars can Claw BIG l le Kitchen., Laundry' ,
lAY AND NITS
I .. Will
KER, WITH NERVW: Cabinets and all j

To see call..e rw w.t N .twtbLaMss tit. NN/ / sets INt.e WRECKER.SERVICE Phone : ( wt-ee pas1508 I Orange Ave.;; appliances. Radios
MARTIN COUNTY
314 S. 3'"
'' IL edy a m .ew .r rm. a..e w to eaa.1 lop PHONE 9142 I Phone 668
:: Fort ELECTRIC
I -v Fort Pierce, Florid. j Phone 81Bitvty'Shop

The WHIT CA "Orr I vow Inap M t..La a..d 5H
S ..Mit ..y. be .w ee ...mh.nab e .
e or at eP 05.MM me lessee /b.f HAS T
.bNP15w.Nw. m-wM low ..MRPashm edr w = OA1 PITCHFOICottage Ide -
Of IN, I :
I IE f .A.,... .y .PPeM1.a.f N .k.b.W ....ew PP.. m. C F GRANT LEEK Stuart Taxi' GLAMORa SIX


Jo : REFRIGERATION; SERVICE NaweLOatr P
A Heats
AND rod two., ,
wHOL ..d ARTAB. j
stood ELECTRIC'SElVICr. Prompt -- Dependable

l roa General Delivery Stuart 4 Cone R

sit For Sale _4= 404 .Colorado Ave. Emergency : .. I,'

E 15210 ew..t Away re. Ps/.ttt/g 31.111 'JENSEN BEACH ers "' .then. *- 141:and Leave. Night Phone, .44-R-4 .

AT COUNTY MIDtft '-ST .t'' H" *" Meuage STUART DAY' twang lit PH'ME',' 140

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THft> STUART. ,.NEWS. .STUART. Martin- County., FLORIDA THURSDAY- MARCH 27. 1947.iQCIAL c



NEWS. and Happenings! of the WEEK IN STUART 1\ News MRS.Item MARY file far*tkb before HARTMAN patr noon mwt oa ',Wedneaday reach Society th* Editor aempaper '' 1i 1i"We a .


\-- / .. Mom Telephone 35-W Office Phono: OO

.. MINTER RESIDENTS PE.6J J MEETS I "', .
LEAVING FOB NORTHJsroif Tom Thumb ,
Sell the t"t.. ..i'W" Service the Rest" WeddingIs Mra., C X Carrlel and her ; 1#
the many winter resl- mother, Mri. O. P. Thompson Doors Open oily J r
,
WTuts of Stuart who are returning Held in Hobe SoundMiss were hostesses to Chapter P, of III IllaYfR "Jill''fIIC( 2:45 w
BAR ETT' BROS to their Northern homes are the PSQ: sisterhood March IT 1
Mi, and Mrs. Richard M Smalley at their home on Hibiscus Ave. I j
U 209 8t Lucie Crescent. They Diane Lester and Mr bearers. Freddie Brownie and St. Lucie Estates.Mrs. L. C. Kick- ON STAGE! TODAY ONLY THURS., MAqtH 27' ''

RAuJQ Sales trip by ',their house guest, Mrs I ducted the business meeting at IN PERSON
George Ross, and will visit in it Tom Thumb double ring wedding short whit linen suits and flowing which plans were made for entertaining -
Arlington, Va.. New York City Thursday evening at the black bow'Ues They carried Chapter R of Fort Cousin Wilbur and His
TCIENT-RI ILEAv and other potn.:* of Interest on Hobe Sound School. whit satin pillows with the Pierce, April 11Mn .
I the leisurely return trip to The brine was given In marriage ring The ushers In white Earl Rlcou and Mri.Kick- Tennessee Mountaineer r; '
17 Q.c.ola .. Pkoae StuarIARTIN 09 Massachusetts Tile Smalley by her father, Mr Douglas suits and black bow ties with liter reported on their visit to t k1
have a home and extensive cranberry Lester. Before the vows were with yellow boutonnieres Included Belle Glade for the organization Heaping A New Revue of Fun .. Frolic -f- and Song
plantations In South Carter taken MIll Mary Monahan and Danny Laurent. Tommy Of the new Chapter AQ of that I
and Mrs ROM lives In Newton Miss Julia Jamleson tang "I Brown,jimmy Anstls and Johnny city the sponsors being the STAGE SHOWS AT 5 f 7 J- 9 f t;
I Center, which Is also the rove You Truly" and "O Promise Jamleson. The best man wai Mr. Like Worth chapter. The hostesses it,
COUNTY home of Mrs Bmalley'i father, Me" The !bridal gown or white Wayne Marr and the Rev Vernon ten1 Mrs Klckllter, t_ DtAN.r -' Matinee ; 'i J "
James T Walker. fie will make latin was deiignea with fitted Sands officiated. Pianist Mri Rlcou Mrs: Stanley On 5Oc -
WEtKDRILLEl the return trip by ,train after bodice and full fathered skirt Mrs. Rubin Ray, Smith, served refreshments to Scree : f 1
spending the season Nov. IS ,with a train and edged In ruffleof Ouesti In formal evening attire 18 members. I -- I
f to April I with the Smalleys. latin. The eweetheart neckline Included Lacey Mae Griffin. j Nibt60c
AH Type N| Pumyti Mrs F. I Perklni, next door '' Will outlined with a ruffle Ray McOee, Evelyn McOee, Fare Harold Raiford ,Johns who tSr .
NEW EQUlf T neighbor of Mr and Mrs Smaller, M were the traditional long Monaha, Betty lane Scott, Bernice began the freshman course in Tax Incl.
kill drive through to her home sleeves The sago; tiara headbandbad CaUsthan, Roy DeLoach. animal husbandry at the University -
Charles Ma Jac ipson In Newton Center, Maas, accompanied the white net train-length Andrew Ondlch, Harold Shaw of Florida last month '
by her, house guest. Mm veil gathered to It The only Bobby McCullough Lea Ann was the guest of his parents, Mr FRIDAYVnd SATURDAY,/ ARCH 28 29th ,
| JU E. Fourth S- ate Apl. Austin .Bittanbender. Mrs, Perking jewelry was a gold heart necklace Bowden Jessie MM King, Mlr- and Mri Cecil Johns, and his I
*West of Dr. Parker' OfficeAR.GAINS has been coming to Btuart The bridal bouquet was of rlam Mart, and Mary Monahan; uncle and aunt\ Mr. and Mrs
i rlnc* 1937 and the Smalleys since white roses The mother of the bride,Penny Walter Johns. at' the France -T"T' I / '
1940 Both built homes. here In Mill Jean McDonald maid of Brownie, wore power blue crepe Apartments I \ 4, I
1911. honor wore blue chint! full evening dress off the shoulder I I 'f.I I'' .''j
lengthi dreie with sweetheart with wide straps and full skirt, : .
E. A MENNIN- Get:; ; SPEAKS neckline., fitted bodice,full skirt a corsage of, pink roses The II
TO CLEWISTON: CLUB, and small peplum. Her matching mother of the groom, Patsy Mar. t \ ''t !

E, A Mennlnger the blue tiara headband bad shoulder loot!, wore darker blue evening %s tw: '
was guest !
speaker *t the Clewtstoif length blue net veil gatheredto dress and also had a pink corsage .+ /r "I :i ; I d?
Oar.nen p.j1T
L GE LOTS IN CITY It.
Club She carried an old fashioned The groom father wai"Mr

ft: x 660 ft. gave his Thursday popular night, illustratedlecture wherehe tied bouquet with pink of assorted aatln ribbonThe flowers .-' Tommy Jamleaon \ \; f ''I

ON GOOD HARD' SURSs* tt> ROAD on 'Flowering Trees* bridesmaids Miss Unda A reception was held Immediately \' \
-.- after the cremony and 'fjl
Black and Miss Suaanne'Dla
PENN STATE CCtSTS the bride and groom cut the
MAY LOCATE HERE mond In yellow and Miss Marilyn wedding cake topped with bride <
Curtis and Miss Juanita ArnoldIn !:
and groom Punch and cookies
TT0 UBIN Mr, and Mrs Robert L. Vetgle green wore floor' length also were served and pictureswere CAC'T5T '.t'r'
fond daughter Virginia, and Del chlnlt dresses designed alike taken a o TITLS M
Montjae arrived this week: from with fitted bodice full skirt ash 'ATIONS 1. 0GRAtIO '
LaTraube, Pa. and are guests at ruffle around waist and tweet: BUDGE LUNCHEON Lot weTLa 'j.1
the Stuart Hotel. Mr. Velgle li in heart neckline Their matching. AT SUNRISE INN i Issscg Plus & ,. I
the real estate and Insurance tiara headbands were also on FLORAABSTRA 1c4LP. .
business In Latrobe and he and shoulder length matching net! Mn Talmadge Wilson and her CARTOONChapter 'F i
mother, Mrs Francis K. Mason, \ : ;
bill wife are so favorably Impressed velli They tarried assorted flowers CO.'JIM No. ;it ': .t
entertained at the Sunrise Inn I yh
FOR EXPERT with Stuart that, they arranged with lace doilies' (it luncheon and bridge Tuesday KCNN Y.arvAar '
ire looking over property with and satin ribbon. 'I of th* 1+, ,;
The list Included Mrs
the Idea of making their per- The flower girl, Miss Alberta guest rLO >ASTU
Richard and her houseguest 1 '
Griffin, Smalley SCARLET HORSEMAN" I
manent home here: They have wore long pink chintz
been coming to Florida since 1916 /made to match bridesmaid, but Mri George Ross Met: P. ; J't 'i I
1. Perkins, Mrs. George Conrad, ,
Machi ork having lived in Coral Gables for trimmed In fine white eyelet
Shop Mrs, Carl Mrs 8 W. Tray-
Scud
ruftle SUNDAY MONDAY .
several seasons Mr. Montjae Is Pink lowers In her hair an MACH 30 31st
Mrs. Miss Ida
associated with the Westinghouse and pink basket of row leaves.The .: tyr L. E. Ashley ,
tralnbeartn, Sharon Albracht Mrs Arthur Chappel- ;', 11
Electric Co. In Derry Pa. Letter '
CALL Mr and Mri. James Merriman and Ann Marr, ,wore matching ka ,Mrs. E. A. Mennlnger Mrs. RT fh.c'W'ARNER rrs wvi N t1Qdggf "
T33 pink net Paul Hoenshel !.Ira. Lloyd daft, \ M MHBTI ,
entertained a: a shrimp dinner dresses with aUver '
Saturday night honoring the threads and headbands of pink Mrs R O. Judson Mri, Conrad r. A Si C6 k 14E'11lE Pl/l/ '
Albracht Mri John E Taylor
birthday, Monday,, of Mrs R. L. and silver flowen. The ring- :
Mri W. R. Leach, Mrs. Stanley 17 ,Y Mid THEOIRL"
Velgle. COUSIN WILBUR Kltchlng!.In. D. B. Hudson Mrs, tk I '.
StuarHWari Service -,- -I M. O. Llttman, Mrs T I. F Kennedy -, :!', :"grcgr+IC40LUb Rt! rye'NNISMORCAK'JACKCARSON ll
I
e CRARYS 4'M'UO INAUGURALAT
Mri Alson J. Hull Mri I 'i i ,
C.l IF STREAM
:TRACK
1ft'Appearlne Arthur Saloon, Mri Wells Upi ,t ,I I
'IncorporatedPROTEC Senator and Mrs Evans Crary i I pi ncott, Mrs Hollis Potter and 15111$PM NAItTM li.reaasuutdeatu .ea ,1. t ,/

were among the, Florida legislators .Mrs H. H. Thayer, w.Slieelalks. arsons'wilt i +e aouw wdw Nuts fi=+i t' 7i: :.._ ,FV p I II/'f'
who were special guess at i
t"TWFtVE"JOIN r i
\ the Inaugural of the Oulf Stream I OB
.. j ... race track In Fort Lauderdale 3 1 I DITCH TREAT THURSDAY i Rentablbr TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 \2nd I t
Saturday The La Bohene Club I Twelve Dutch Treaters. 'Joined
Will the scene of a luncheon for for luncheon at the St. Lucre' S MAD.WACKY
the law-maker preceding. the! Grill Thursday and played bridge
opening races during the afternoon at the Civic nforma ; }
Center Prizes were won by Mn; 0 : i ,
MRS. II W BEbSEY 1 1SLIrtRS I Lloyd Cliff Mr. Harold KeUey I Real E/ate -- In trence SjlOw i ir ,t'lJ''M 1
BROKEN HIP I and Mrs. Evens; Cr.". Others "If
Write See
or ,
Mrs, H. W. Bessey Is in playing were Mri Talmadge I
YOUR Mary's hospital In West Wilson, Mrs. Francis Mason, Mri \ ,
JOHN E. TAYL
Beach where she Will taken Stanley Kltchlng Mrs. T J. F
Friday/ following a fall In Bt.1 Kennedy, Mri L. A. Arbogast, I Dec/le Bldf. PhaSe 10 r.'d!
FunWe Clothes Etc. she suffered( a broken hip Mrs. Earl Rlcou Mri R. O. Jud- STUART I I II 'I
ugs Lloyd J. Netto, attending in person on the eon, Mn Howard Neall and Mri I I I
.. I ,
geon requested that she remain stag of the lyric here tonight L. E. Ashley ------- -. ----- -------- ;
at the West Palm Beach hospital I will be "Cousin Wilbur and bis I '

Against Damage / rom. treatment.- -_.- Tennessee. Mountalneers'r I I.I Clyd!*' Benoy, Jr. Ohio State
University freshman, spent a ;
Moth four-day vacation last week aa Y '
\ I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Roaches
fid Silverfish COMMERCIAL and AE IAL the guest of his aunt, Mn Luther .,
I Damron, and Mr. Damron, at
Havi Them the St Lucie Hotel. Clyde recently f
PHOTO returned from Italy wherehe I f. .
I served In the Interrogation -WAtER HEATERS t : 1
BERLOU\rf&TH-PROOFED PHOTOGRAPHS ILI. HETP YOU MAKE THAT I Division POW of the Army of t

) \>rtE Occupation His foreign service '.. ...r,:
PROMPT EFFICILH SERVICE GUARANTEED appealed to his Interest so much I I ': {
(TEN YEAR Am-EN GUARANTEE) that he plans to major In foreign IN STOCK i.g: ;
commerce In Ohio State
TRORKM, PHOTO SHOP o _

Mn C. L. .Is ..
0 Boggess expected
,represeeta will Vdlf com to your homo Krueger dg. N\l To Western Union home today from Starke where 1Itti"! SMl1
**4 |iv* you yfre eatimaV she visited her daughter Mrs. ,._,.. ; ,
Hal Jones and family after being -
released from Riverside Hospital :

Write 'or Ph\\ ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOJ m' Jacksonville where she ["
underwent major surgery WESTINGHO E /d HOTPOINT

HOUSE WIRINGPPLiANCE.REP I Mr: and -C-Mrs. J. t. Link of : ,
GEORGE KE H
Pittsburgh are new residents In
.
Stuart, having arrived March 30 50 80 GAl bNS CAPACITY : he' a
20 at the
Free PidS o andO every Service They are living Edge-
water Apartments Mr Link \la .. .'
irtin County Cleaners with the Pennsylvania Railroad /
.t present but expect to locate '
P6 110 P. O. Box 906 ChristooJj r RIectric Shop liere permanently. ALSO IVz GAL NS TAINLESS STEEL 'p ''r t''

625 OscioUjr X.Pboiua 1I7-1K-M Mrs. Carolyn'-'C-Wells Farley was ..c' ,

released from the Fort pierce ( 'Z

she Hospital had.been last week confined end where three l'' FOif IMMEDIATE D\(VERY ", ,

weeks for a spinal Injury iuf- '>t.
"
fered In a car accident. She \la
w Quick C ou. Stop at the horn of her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Edgar 0. Wells,'at the ,
I Grace Lodge where aha will be In >-'
i I HILD STM lN FRONT OF YOUR CAR bed for several weeks yeti V

RE'NOT SURE -.. BE SURE. -C- ,

.HAVE YOUJfcMlATftijsjCHECKED AND TIGHTENED TODAY Dick Este. flying ace of World T'
> War I, of Greenwich Conn., and t
,
FOR SAFEs fc.liyiNG TOMORROW!
his wile are spending two weeksat

DRIVES Y ... the Sunrise Inn at Port Bewail HAL ELECTRIC, &RVICE
TOM.tlrr Est was a boyhood chumof ;
Hugh WUloughby In Phlladel-
phia. H. and MM Este are on a '
WILEY MOTORCC O. two-month tour having .vllstfd POST ,OFIHCE,ARCADE PHONE 13ITPAYStoTRA '

Ouatemala. Hope Ranch In
2f1 Jamaica and other points .irk !the
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Carrlbean area.
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j 'THE: STUART NEWS, STUART' Martin County Florid TiltRSDAT! MARCH *:, 1941. r

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: LOY L ORDER OFOOSE > -v-;n\ "HUGE mil( .i r 7,wew(.
'I'"' equiplulW|1\ | I 1 f>1I.l?" 1 OHM I Navy James
of the
.0o.' I, !Illt' (Dire( 1 pipuUiK; it DuliU Secretary I
I aTUA MILE LOui s w r 124 i 111-! t ,. "'input l"\" ( I Ws Keels by About The Same Says Courson EXTINCTIONCOMBATTED Forrestal has announced prWitely MATERNAL and lr BORN
Wli AYaItAt I which were
1.1 d 3 Jut tlii-'f John Mann and\ Leuh- owned yachts kt '

\ Wood MON n tall ', .rd F Noel city recreation die Capita the act that prices to base assessed valuations on acquired during the war by the est CARE, was w'n ky an eta,
i lo.. wurkligtl4I! I! oil the to receive -
Stu* Fla, I ;,,slurs 1 I for everything' .nt the least of.which the 'present high price level, the Coast' Guard are eligible standings tot expel
Yacht
'.01 X future of which is unpredictable, the Naval Reserve I the
is real estate, are high mothers fundamentals*f,
much Inclination and then txi! faced with a need of Owner Service, Certificate :
'today and not allowing -
Tallahassee. March 27 The j al and newborn
bear cutting property value In case Tacht acquired ,by the Coast I i re care, (4i
ATE and GREEJftEES A future, no to I general fall In rise the In county a general recession occur. Ilorlda Park Service 1 Is chiefly Guard through purchase, charter i en of educational text iii
Courson will begin hit assessments Interested in conserving scenic ,
uncased ,valuations on real of gift and Coast Guard Re- I
after of the State, 29 stratum*, charts and
palate in expected to be forthromlrtR I for the year soon and historical areas cerve vessel which were manned -
Engin ing, Surveying,JF\VM Prints ( this year In Martin, the first ot next month He but the Park Service also is Interested of- and< employed by the Coast'' grap A"helpful guide fa
noted that the deadline for filing lo conserving many
stated by full-time or loanbasis
County, It was today Guard on a ,
',I the office of County Tax Asses-I tangible personal propertytax Florida wonders of fauna and an eligible I all exp nt mother,
Estimates bmi d on Requ.-it or A. C, Courson, returns 1 le but a scant 12 (lora--and not even the apparently All yacht owner eligible tor
A spokesman In Caurson's office days away and urged all who unimportant Florida tree this certificate should forward I
303 4th STREET STUART, FLORIDA concurred tn the general I are eligible to make sure to file snail Is forgottenFlorida request for certification of eligibility I STUART DRUG .
before the April 1 limit to avoid tree snails belongingto
belief today that It Is not wIse' to the commander of the
PHONE t penalties. the two genera liginis and 7th Coast Guard District, Box 'THE RE' LL STORE- PHONE
.Total valuation In Martin oxystylusi, and their subspecies, 2588, Miami 30. After certification -
41111111tilIUI11lud11111/1IIIII111IIIII111I"' '''' '' / 1 County under last year' assessments are as a group the most beautiful the commandant of the 7th i 4
.iiYuJBalaitr AC i was $12,533.260 of which mollusks In the catalogue of Naval District at the Naval Air
S1UART. SI.974,930 was homestead exemptions conchology. But they are now will
Station In Jacksonville reocelve
'S PAI OP t $7415880 was non- almost extinct In fact, several BUSINESS FAQ'S
requests' 'and make presentation S
\ and What it Needs exempt real property $1,582050 Species already have Joined the of certificates
OVER A P STORE 4TH FTRF.F.T I was personal property: and $1- lute! lamented dodo (and tin \
K\ KKNVtlll TI-It\iELL: 602640 was railroad and tele- INSTANTLY ON CMLIN
We are prc\red tn Handlc any tpA j lob lllllllimilllUltimmilimillllllllMllir, Carolina parakeet. BOND PLAN LAUNCHED
graph valuation. Southern Florida Is the only

AUTO ILE PAINTING I. SALES TAX When a public natural habitat of llguu and Washington, March 21' -- A ArtM tal F
office holder begin to hint about FORESTRY DAY oxystylus In continental United bond-a-month plan will be offered --I aEs
LET US MAK H OLD CAR LOOK LIKF NEW taxes slId I he need lor more of Perry, March 27(_FNSi)-A I States Once fairly common atom(; shortly by bank to their
NO J TOO L RGE OR TOO SMALL ; them II i is high l time to listen forestry field day featuring Improved the Florida keys and hammocksof depositor for the systematic
Es ates Submits& Without OUigaltonCLARC i rloiel). Such IK true of rl Governor forestry practices is being the Everglades, their beauty purchase of U 8. savings bonds"1
who recently revealed Ina planned here April 5 by has been their undoing, Over- Secretary of the Treasury JohnW You yire mire of long
W. R. ProprietorSAILFISffING \ talk nt a meeting In Tampa County Forester Erdman West, jr. collecting forest fires and hatur- : Snyder announced during a t sink/sod) efficient
1 that 1 It, opinion In regard to and the Taylor County Timber alenemies have brought the national savings bond conference prn.|
: additional taxing has been revered Growers Association. Tree farm snail close to extinction And the called by the Treasury Department tiun hen you buy an Art
-- certificates will be awarded to Park Service Intends to do some-
lie stated that Floridacannot .
He Invited all banks) M al Director hlc Art
face the growing need outstanding local tlmbermen by thing about ,It. to participate.
without additional taxes and the Florida Forestry Service, The Park Service has undertaken t ,:. fetal Files have improved
lhal moucv on hand cannot take West stated, a* the highlight, of a campaign to repopulate i
care of the obligation and requests the day'a program. I our tree snail colonies by adopt ANNOUNCEMENIi in-o ,ball bearing, roll"I'rogr..ive

thut now fact the State 1III1111111111111111111 i i i i IIIIIIIIIIInUll1IititIitI i i ing successful methods used in La., to N.lae.ra..a..k. i ..Mer rrm..l.r.., cradle melt
treasury Cuba and HawaII. The plan calls kr eels.
The Governor nerved warning! for providing proper protection For free I diagnosis call 1 1I iih|>enhKm. Friction remutaiur .
THEY'RE STRfXINU; NOW!
I II> busiiiKsi in hit Tampa ad- I See Where. I for the eggs during the Incubation I Mrs, T, C whes. Phone Stuart, is almost entini)
r ,r clr "s', Btblmsf, lie' says "In Florida i .rong colonies I will W.
W. II Bill Mitchell111I111111I1111111111I111I1111111111111I11I1111I : dins \ rliiinnated. The Art Metal
by ( )
GetEY'S flours With i r taxed lighter perhaps thanIn be set up a particular area-
/ I !inn other state In the unIon." j the Colller. mlnole State Park friction clutch uk lariq .
'Hun' his statement stopped Capt. Leonard Neel of the city area for example-and left to .
T FLEET One run plainly see by Inferrence maintenance department has multiply under controlled con. compressor u an eaclu.ives' ,
tint Governor Caldwell is been appointed director of city I i ditions for future redistribution Fr A. Sta ordRegist feature. It releases u.
I ning some soil of a levy on Plan-j recreation and has planned a Ito various protected areas within -
Juu t Received New S meet it"s, Patting two and program of boxing wrestling the optimum climatic limits edCs Dtaiilly, is_ il<'nt in ol'l'r.i|
(, 5/HCTOEPOWER ftfthcr adds up to sales tax, etc. In which they will thrive Cross- tioii:i and till hold contents
I if this Ur the Judgment of the I The Sailflshers base ball team 'ing of species of course will be 'I ngineerInd
AIROOL ENGINES yoveritor' Iw will lind a determined ': are practicing, every evening ,avoided 4 'rIll1.r.I.e. \ u* till Iou mmuVut
: See U. Now -- ;;: lobby in opposition I at the weather permitting According toall I State Park PlrertorLnds OScoggln our c-ompkle line olklandanl ,(
next session of the LeglBlature.1 reports Stuart 'should fielda Bald the campaign deserves sad
BOAT S T O\ AGE I Taxing is an easy *. Any good team again this year. I and must have the co- urveyor filing del it for oil r (Wet or Dr projector can contrive new Impositions The St. Patrick!*! bay dance at operation and support of all private Stuart, Iorida
I / but 1 1.8 It altogether the civic center was quite a success I naturalists and commercial,
I'' TO/EY'S BOATYARDS I j 1 wife\ to have no other bounds to I shell dealers Interested in the Phone 2J
I jour impositions than the patience Jim MerrIman, the genial two genera. He welcomes the reaction -*i!
Eram.t
I them? to the from all in -
C\1 of thuse who bear manager of Merrlman Tavern I project
Mile South of Stuart 1 Dixie
d on Such! \ is the case with a sales I III i is a MERRY MAN by: both name !crested naturalist!:!, and seeks
Sal l -- i,etch mid i pour Are 'Ie not taxed !I Quite a few of the memorial I data which might be of secvlce Office Outfitter
enough'": Are not the trouble ol trees In the city park are being to the biologist In charge. Wa ch R airing Printers & Stationer
the wt Income citizen enough'j damaged by careless auto drivers.A I -
300
St/art, Florida !%>ne
,j without an additional cut being number of letters are being 1 I FUND FOR SANITATION Bring You I k To Home .
CHOOSE YOUR EASTER (GIFT NOW made into, his purchasing power? j' returned each day to city residents WORK REQUESTED 2nd Across Aly sales agents far
We list: not need the sales tax for lack of proper address I 'use '
y ON OURLAYAWAY Jn this State nor do we want UnjiU Let'* cooperate with the local Jacksonville March 27- .Florida fed. 1 way No. 1 /\ M I STEEL

.' with t the cooperation' ot the'I post office and help make our '* State,Board of Health, refilling -" 68 W rd St. fight Side ofSt '-Irt eta OFFICE EQUIP) i
PLAft cltiwiii of the State through j local mall delivery function efficiently the potential hazard ,
!their representatives and eon- created by the millions of gallons
GIVE HER AVE I HIM gr s men coupled with the flor- Coach Kindred of Stuart High of untreated or Inadequatelytreated harlea H ckson - --- -
ida State ,Retail Businessmen School has Inaugurated a pro- domestic sewage and IndustrIal ,
A STUART NEWS WANT ADS PAY BIG DIVIDEND
17 JEWEL 17 JEWELS Asvo(('letion. the governor, If his gram of spring, sports. The high wastes pouring Into the ;
SO\ID COLDSOLID GOLD Mea of raising additional funds, school will have a track team In States stream's every day: li .- --- ---------- ---- -
I I Is by a sales tax, will meet with addition to their base ball team. ready to "roll" Into action in an ....... ... ....... ,"""
.. BENROi WATCHBULOVA WATCH some very stiff opposition I Let'* shop at home and boost'effort to better control stream
: HIP. issue Is an Important one Stuart and Martin County. I pollution I ,tt
WE SUGGEST DBtTAH PEARLS tu the merchants because they ,, Herb Cossaboom the able man Next month. It will ask the I rv
\ would be the bookkeepers for ager of the Civic Center is kept Legislature to Increase Its over- 10w
FORWCRHESTER the collecting of this tax. It busy these days with activities all appropriation and $50000 of I,
Would mil ruse the cost Of living being carried on at the Center.If that Increase. If granted la ear
for the' i retail buyers and heaven It Is pleasing to note that the marked bureau of SaniUry I
l', only knows that the price of public 1 Is using this recreational Engineering '
I SEE OUR NEW SECTION OF BLUE WHITE living is high enough 'building more every week. pavld B Lee chief sanitary
PK/DUCIN6
OIL
le SINCLAIR( /
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LMONDS engineer for the State Board otkealtl ; ( ,
'. In discussing future plans I 4 r' WELlS IF PfiCW END UN-
EXPERT WATCH/EPA 1NG-PROMPT SERVICE B'vNFORD and SUTTON GAR and needs pointed out that the DER END OUlD REACH TO

1'1I p GULF GAS and LUBRICAN1 and Increasing accelerating population growth of Florida of the I THE CE ltER OF THE EARTH

I CAR REPAIRIT Slates Industries have considerably I : -MOgtTHAN3,500MllKSINCLAIR
aggravated waste disposal RANKS AMONG
'I'I'I WASH, OLISrl an BRICATIONCesurte and water supply problems.
POINT'SImnprted T LARGEST' PRODUCERS
sclent Service A recent survey disclosed the I
I ted In Florida for construction CRUDE all.t / .
I JEN of public health utilities whose
and Costume J&ioclryVICTOY 7.00 A t-'Ljfil 9:00 pHl| .--7 Day A Week estimated cost totaled 120 million

FORD and SuStON, Owner I ItJI i dollars for sewage collection andtreatment it fi A.
J I'I ARCADE STUART, FLA t, facilities; 60 million l 4
JENSEN BEACNOTICE dollars for water supply and six
million dollars for garbage and

____._ I rubbish disposal.
>1:1L. I
'JUNIOR WILDLIFE }ti i
ORGANIZATION BEGUN .Lr

Green Cove Springs, March 27
(FWS. )-Observing the fearful
ObfiORDER OF NEW WAFFLE IRON ,- *F ON THEIR WAY.. 5T HERE waste of wildlife and the terri-

FIR SERVED. PLACE YOUR O.DrR. TODAY ble destruction of our natural
resources, expeclally forests,
I !rrof, B. E Roessllng, wildlife
WE NOW HAVE ON DIS 'LA] I biologist, author, teacher, radio p w M = /
I lecturer and arden conservationist -
conceived the Idea of In- ..a
OUR
teresting the youth of the State

I NEW GE AUTOMATIC RpfARY IRONER I Junior through, Florida the organization Wildlife Federation of a- Lug

I
A chapter for such an organization -
I i iI' was Issued February 1 and
M BE SEEN TO BE AU .ECIATED chapter are being established i t J

NOW ON DISPLAY THE NCVGE KITCHEN SINK AND CABINET: ALSO throughout girl of high the school State. age Any trbd boyor

THE GE WALL CABINET. appreciates the outdoors and will

... pledge themselves to promote
SEE THE I ,A ND AMAZING and practice conservation may
become a member It 1 Is hoped
that hrough thla worthwhile organization DIALER HOW
Y SINCLAIR
M. AOICE Florida
youth be
may
-'
OFF MORE
enlisted In a Statewide effort to MORE DOWIR AND
t. conserve game and fish S/NCLAiR S 10 TREAT FiNER/ES IF MASSED TOGETHER.MILE /1H THE NEWSINCLAIR
A BRAND NEW WAY OF CORRESPONDING, A WAR TI INVENTION. THE LETTER WITH APERSONALITY. our forest and other and natural protect 1SS&KZS THE PROXIMATE' AREA OF A CM OF' N C" NASOLINE THAT IS,
COME IN, ASfcTOR A DEMONSTRATION I resource MODERN REFININGEOWDMENT ,DOWER- CUD W/TN 100+ ,
SE\ATIONAL Those Interested In organis MAKES POSS/ezj T NEW S/NCLA/R N$ GASOLINI POWEROCTANE C ONENTS
ITS NEW AND
AJCOLUTELY ing a chapter In their school 01 PACKED WIN 100 TAKE COMPONENTS.e .
community may write the Jun-
ior Florida Wild Life Federation, W

MART COUNTY ELEmiC CO. Box further 1M Green Information.Cove Spring, for 1

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MEETING CONCLUDED

DtHON BLDJ PHONE 81 Tampa 'March 27..
The 53rd .
annual meeting of the Woman B.J

GE APPLIANCES Missionary the Florida Union Baptist, :auxiliary Convention to, : FULTOsN1 A t tt.

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was concluded here this noon
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