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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: January 15, 1948
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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b Candidates Announce for Elective County Positions 'Hlll{







l B424,000 School Building Plan Recommended TWO RESIDENTS (I Funerals Held For'2 f\I\, I'I'I


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-- .. FILE FOR STATEIREPRESENTATIVE I I '
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I Boys Killed In Crash .
t FLOWERS OF THE'TRIPLARIS TREES (

ATE SURVEY Facts, Aims I CITY TO SEEK I i ; ,.

DRIVER HELD bN CHARGES ': j
MANSLAUGHTER

r r CKS 2 NEW i 'Of State Air RADIO SYSTEM I I Pomeroy, Kicklfter-tl Clouts I I AFTER PALM CITY BRIDGE-ACCIDENT SUNDAY''1'.1' :I f '


b 1] Seek Re-election j I l Double funeral service for Lloyd Clark; Campbell 18', I
Industry
UARTSCHOOLS Told BIDS DELAYS D OK 1 Primary May 4 ,rand James Everett Nipper, M, who were drowned when I II;

b : 'I "b1- the auto In which they were riding crashed through the ''I I;' :

5Y I The election year"started guard rail of the bridge to Palm City Into the South Fork ,"I';'

Id B. Financed by Bond tacts on Florida aviation industry ; Approves 3 Fund Requests, off with a bang in : of.the St. Lucle River early Sunday morning, were held at ; J r Ii;

Issue Without New I the 8tateeathlrd. largest.. Orders Stoplight on Martin County thin week us 'the Baptist Church at 2 p. m yesterday with the Rev. Phil t,, f

Y Levies I mid what the Florida Improve lJ. S.1 1 five candidates made announcements ', Maxwell and the Rev. W G, Aldridjfe officiating Burial t '
a meat commission 1s trying to accomplish for reprfsentativ I +
<"'* ,, was in Fern Hill Cemetery 111 j
school renovation and i to benefit this Industry,, fending further /consideration] I clerk of the circuit Accompanying the boys as found\ under the car shortly be '

itruction plan costing an I were told by William a Lazarus,I the City Commission upanlraousIy j I court, tax collector and driver of the 1941 Buick tudor, fore noon but retrt-vlng of 1

mated $424,000 bas been the commission aviation supervisor i approved start of advertising (county judge 'sedan I was Arthur W Dubrula. 17. Campbells body was prolonged I

l mmended for Martin at the weekly noon meeting next week for bids for its 24-percent First to file for election was '' who was daringly rescued alter until i:30 Sunday afternoon The J j' it
Marvin car, could not be raised from the
sty M a result of a nur" .of Rotary. at Chlaholm yesterday share In the proposed ctun.ty Owner H. of Rowell Rowell, representative Furniture- the mishap by Allen Stossen and Palm City bridge, wad towed by t ,

conducted here last lde police radio Iy.tem'a Its: I Company, he was elected last Leston Varnador and taken to the General Pershlng tug boat i ''

.k by four officials of thee lazarus related how aviation: meeting at city hall last night, y-ar and hat served one term at Martin County Hospital by Lowell to trw city West lot st dock. i It'

Department of Educae I loneertng! \ In Florida which be-'I.> Decision whether or not to join Tallahassee : Bailey! The accident occur I and raised at noon with a craneon I

t yen, in l<33 made the State a I! with the county and Jupiter Island 4w Second to announce was J R. red about 3:11: a.m. when Dub I a Florida Power and/ Light ,II'' t
; survey was made at the national leader In this field when I, Company truck. '
I' Residents Committee will be' Pomeroy, clerk of the circuit rule:'going! west apparently lost "
st of the Martin County the Legislature first created an court originally appointed, by control of the car near the centerof Campbell' born In Jackson, j
rd of Public Instruction In' Aviation division In the made upon expiration of the Miss, was the nf Mr and
Improvement III> he planted by Stuart School children next Tucwlu! \ Governor John W Martin when bridge struck first the right
rdanee with the require. Commission: AS a result I! mandatory advertising\ period with Arbor Duy ceremonies. the county was formed In 1923 and then the left steel railing Mrs, J, L. Campbell A residentof t

Idol the Minimum found I Lazarus said, Florida wu the Sheriff 0, M. Hancock: and Leslie He hat held the office for 23 and then crashed through the Stuart most of his life, her was

Program law enacted last,![ first State to l have a plannedaviation 1 Bartlett appeared to explain\ de y are and In six elections has wooden ratling into the river. He a senior la Martin County High
mer In th* State Legislature,' organisation A recent been unopposed was hospitalized for seven shock School and a member of the ',
tails of the ,
is limited to a study ef the f: survey by the'commission showed' system DRIVE PASSESIHAlFWAYMARK PROGRAM SET Third to announce was L C but reloaded front the hospital football team this fall He Is sur I 't}',
>I plant needs and the coun- tilt industry to be greater than heed with no less than five Klckllter Monday morning 1 vlvd by his parents and a sister ,.
now
major transportation prob all. others except tourist and I II requests for funds, the board approved fifth four.year completing term, He has his However 24 hours later Dub- Mary Lois ,, t .'

with no attempt made to i I citrus, to have an annual payroll unanimously donations of ;' FOR ARBOR DAY been unopposed the last three rule was arrested by Sheriff/ O Nipper, born Sept. 19, 1928 In
uate the educational prog ot 1211,000.000 and to have more $300 to and the Chamber of Commerce If I times, and has had a record of M, Hancock and Jailed on two Lebanon Tenn.. had lived with

lUelfnclpal. people connected with It than In from the$150 to the fund SatlrUhClub and I -- 100 per cent In tax collection In charges of manslaughter for his parents In Palm City for the I
publicity
building recommend- any ether State in the country 1 the past three yean which $1.000 bond ViII orderedon put two years and was employed I.!
i Kickliter $5,383
the SchoolBand
$400 to Stuart High Reports
'u a new Stuart Elementary! Public Investments In air facilities I Senator Evans Crary will be each: Hancock said Eubrule, at the Plggly-Wlggiy Grocery in I',
Association from' the rec*;, Chamber 'I Henry P Lyons\ owner of Lyons
3l to. coat $241400 This la Florida total SS35.ooo.000 Contributed to guest speaker at a ceremony to born Aug! 31. 1930 had driver'sllc'nse Stuart He la survived by his
Uig would Include an eleiary and private capital adds sse- reatlon fund with the band to: So Far I commemorate State Arbor Day Imperial Restaurant and Filling. No. (84253 and the Bulck parents. Mr. and Mrs J''D. Nip ,

J library, luncheon, acttv- COO.SCO more Lazaraus reported. '' give eight concert( this spring at 10 am, Tuesday In front of Station, filed Tuesday for reprentative 1948 license number was 42W.85, 'I per; thr'e sisters. Mrs Robert
room, auditorium seating Florida was the 39th State to' starting Jan 25 and every two I The 194J Martin County Chamber the. high school building I I : opposition to Rowell Hancock also expressed his Singleton of Murfreesboro, Tenn? '

L*M,offices and band room, require plane licenses aa motor,. week thereafter at the Civic of Commerce campaign for i I A selection,Oyrture from "E-! creating the first contest so far thanks to the boat owners and ': Mrs Paul I Gilbert, of Palm City\ A

r located "on the proposed vehicles aa a result ot a 1947 .... Center Price French. David M. funds to continue Its advertisingwork : mint by the Martin County who County has Judge Arthur Clonts c:(plains for their cooperativeand and Miss Joyce Nipper t of Palm tI I
held the office
Marshall and H. B. Kraft since \
Ion to the present site It lon ena-tmefit, the speaker a spoke I High School band will open the enduring assistance In recovering City and seven brothers Sam
felt that UM present Stuart and, proceeds from this: will bed j' for the Chamber, Ernest F.Lyons for this area was well put program following which Robert June 1939, announced yesterday the boys' bodies Sun It ot Macon Oa k L of i
Y logs haul too much value wed\ in the commission's efforts\ for the Sailfish Club and Otto the halfway mark: at noon ,..II I Montgomery, president 'of the that be again will seek re-flee Murtreesboro hn" C? ErnestB

abandoned "even bough to( provide emergency landing Matousek Mrs M. J. Morrison, terday Drive,, .Chairman L. CKlckllter Sailfish chapter ot PTA at the tlon ,, dayThe trio were en route to Palm ? Charlea W. and Thomas Ray .

not entirely satisfactory. lacliitlea of which 30 are sched. E. r Johnwlck and Wendell Waters 'I, reported. With a nunsberef'the'eOSoiiclting :i School, will be master of corensodlSrsnd All county In the and State officesare City to ;lake Nipper horn. A of Palm City and CpL' J, D Jr t
for the bandA Introduce-cine dig- pen coming primary with the Army In th Azores
tan be conterted Into idea uledAnoilvr, *'" workers Sew Inlnutes before they had
blab school faculties U MMrtary curr>n( eommUslon: 't' request by A. P. Krueger\ for .I s rritaries' attending. The band will set for May 4. with the exceptionof taken Bert ClemenU home and ,I Dubrule U the eon of Mr. and I
aald $5, State Senator for
the \ to an air marker yet to report Klckllter pla".reea.' by Joyce Kilmer in the 13th Dubrule of
grade ,are provided project U revival ot the air markIng -. city paint then made a brief stop for refreshment Mrs Wolford :NIagara
District which
collected toward
sewhere" The report, com *)aten on which subject...* was held tp to seek bids, and,I 383.50 has been 'I accompaniment to Betty Lou 1950, comes up next in' at Lyons Imperial Falls' N, Y, who have been visiting ;
t Joseph Penrod proposal for a the $9,731 goal Final figures are Matheson, soloistPresentation at Ocean Breeze Camp in
'
ed the administration forking arns elaborated to report Stuart r Include Station on U, S.1 1 before heading '
within Those two
)I to be available County I
expected
v good use of the facll 'a former marker, obliterated 13-week series of radio showssponsored bf eight floweringtrees for Palm City. Nipper body was Jensen Beach since October
Commission
the next weekContributors, posts held by ArthurE
by the city to cost for planting on the school'sfront '
'
1 which are available during the war, is much needed. reported sine last E Sims Hot* Sound, and O W
lawn will b made Mrs. '
J650! was unanimously rejected ; by
rood largest recommended Ito urged this aa an immediate I Wednesday : Jensen Beach County I JAYCEES TO GIVE J
ace
Edenfleld
of Garland P TA
funds prealdent
hug It Stuart Train- for lack 23 TRIALS SET I
a new .
project] for some civic organUatlon Prvtton urt4 ..' Commissioner terms are stagger I MUSIC FESTIVALA
School costing $141410 "to i City Manager L. B. Eurlt was, c.e.1.'d. See acceptance will be made by '
'!A, D. ammo. 565I. Principal E. F Johnwlck and ed Announcements are'rt to
.
Ida a well-rounded high I \ Instructed to order a stop-light' ... J;, C..H.i".. : I be made for circuit judge, sheriffs I,d
will be under supervision music festival sponsored by
program I for th* negroes for Immediate Installation at 4th I!Ur. A. J Hub less'M. planting CIRCUIT
of AT
... ... 501 of the school's office supervisor registration
loll. agricultural
tibia the Junior Chamber of Commerce -
County .facilities SALERNO MAN St:and U 8.1 and to post signs I tax assessor the commission ,
Include three high schoolrooms 1 barring parking ou,both aides of LM.aTb..IN, 10555so. classei Following Senator Cra- will be held at the Methodist
. science and home U, 8, 1 from'the opposing service "'...;. ..... StumCtoctrfc role ry's talk the band will offer/ a lobs, superintendent of Church at S p.m. next Thursday ;
11.55R. instruction and various :
Ih s-.se public
sxicttwars, Industrial art stations immediately south of .'.' 1'.1. (Ion,... Cs: se.e.ins. third selection and the audiencewill party committee posts Jerry LaPolnte and Kenneth COURT OPENING IIJ

hop, aadltortmn la. eat 300, DIES IN CRASH Roosevelt Bridge to 4th St Use o 5,55a- Trne r.Id/nil". 55,551 10101 i join in" singing "America the Deadlines for filing for State Sttmmell are In charge.

'U'ooaa., Pbrary, physical M *. of the Civic Center facilities one T..Ioai I 10'". 655walls. I Beautiful I'Cabinet officers Congressmen -- ----- --

> dressing room and show J -- : Saturday morning a month for 5.q "s.,n.lu 1"I" .. .._ ..._. 655 I Mrs Organisers W R, Leach'of the and program Mrs. J.are F U 8. Senator Justice of the 8u Committee must qualify by noon Twenty.three of the 30 cases I,'I,
did ornct-a d. health $1, the next five months by the I ,I 20 the docket ordered to. ; '
"Ih\ William1 R died a r M BiwLi :': preme Court, circuit JudgesState'Attorneys March were
**" faeilfij. high school 4.H Club for M a: ed..ed SeC, .: .. : i Bozone the P-TA tree committee : Ii"Ii"on
j, few: minutes after his 1939 Chev- Uaa H 5 51 members who art urging everyone Judges and Solicltprs !, All other candidates must file trial 1 Feb. 3-29 at the opening It J
her recommended eonsltf5Ut!! } -.-total ,Jr was struck and demolIshed -! tin was approved without dissent Aha rart a::i"TItIo ...........- c..u. 51.55'\ to plant a tree in their yard of Court of Record and by noon March 20. The second session of the' fall term of circuit I

Includes: by the southbound first sec- 1, r..C.nk mi' '... ,. 11.5A. 15551: I this week Criminal Court of Record Stats primary will be held May 25. court with Judge A 0 Kanncr t,, 1

r nbar School.: Hobe Sound, Iron of the Champion at the Ordinance 183 requiring thatnew ;, K II, 55.111.. 55.5S --- Senators and State Representa glstratlon books will open in presiding at the court houw: I I
o for one dew classroom: and'e Jlarlda East Coast Railway crossing I building on 4th St. follow a r.k. ( .. ltd_ ...... 1 05 I A WORTHY lives .Is not later than noon election districts Feb. 2 to March Tuesday morning. 'y ,

flush toilets and 1 Installat In Salerno at :2:20 p.m. yeateiday !setback line of 50 fW-Jrom the :::rt :.';IT 'Non; ',IneJnh to:: :55: Minstrel' Feb 1Candidates- 1, and will! be open one nIght'' Judge Kannera only sentence t
> Improved artificial llgbV He la the third fatality I street center line was passed on''I N. T..U. ", tel.a. Ocean Breeze camp, for Governor, Presidenalal each week In each district The was handed down to J. C Ward };

nd circulatory: oil hcateraWft at this crossing where Installation first reading, and Attorney MO .( brine.B, PMItaJ rul.n5> ,. n:: I Show Jan 19 and 20 8 pm at Elector, Railroad Com otflce of supervisor of reglstra who entered a guilty plea to ,t:

Beach School. $8300 of long-sought crossing gates Littman was Instructed unanimously i ws..5cm.' 'H. Yeist; 1.51MA the camp recreation hall, is expected mission Del gates td National tlon in the court house will be charge of assault with' Intent to', I''

other room to be used elth.r U promised this spring I to draw an amendment i' s.4 Hsrdw..e Mrs. A. 0155y.5 .05Ytprt to draw banner crowds for Conventions National Committee open from t to 12 and 2 to 5 '' will and o"n sentenced to county 4 ;
classes or noon meal and According to) Fred Pedersen of to Ordinance 157 to modify re- ,! 5..Irsd Ie55 benefit of The March of Dimes and Congressional Executive daily from March to April 17 Jail for year The other six
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It T lurIB 50,55 .. .
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1 ranting of -' -- continued. 'i
lation of Improved lighting Salerno the only reported eyewitness atrtctlona on A.h| I w caws were
Bating facilities of the accident, Meader and wine licenses. Pending beer I 1; A.. Tnl r r ''' :.; ::: 4 I Cases set for trial Include ,
.._ ., ... I
,Reid\ School: Indluntown, heading welt, stalled on tbr discussion advertising 5eara! Vila shop U." SailfishEs Snook Leaders Landed : .i. .. a.w FEE i>'AU Ssi .rid N.."""nV I
believed bids to construct two ... lens New ; .
rot adequate lighting lacll croaking He la to: a. K. fxa n.n. 'A" M Wttll, M.. mIU >
. wd Jacketed beaten, presy seen the train then u It have' courts on East 5th Bt was approved 1 I t....ch.. Te.n... Id u' use" St. rJurn .. 1a..'/14rasPI5.k I '. ... t)...I H. Ktolurilw, .,tor.. ..."..1''
uh l olMU n w
and held under advisement '
oil fueitd, proached and repeated ., ,.. subs' I v.;Fa5 Marld. sod xd" ,s wt55.rd
WMalruaiMra I.ICT
Indicated were requests for Improvement rid rWirinSUU I
the train engineer I n
ut Schools $13,000 for ali blowing by 51 e5 '
of behind RussellWiley T. t5.a.a.Oe By Kit HARD FAY WARNERcutlve .5. 111<11.14. .oJ ".11..". t"..1 I
he saw Maeder, but the an alley C. D.s.o.5.. .c
ions of buildings to ....... .
present ,
I .. Stuart Sailfish Club *
latter couldn't move either himself a new East 4th St: building K: U- ard--Cartlu Haul 10,55W. Secretary _10''. VI Mcllrid* .nd Holl.nd brt I
theta exclusivelylh '
usable .
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> school including reIng or the auto In time, It was and extension of the city water i p C P..rep P.,0n.' .. 1515t.5. 56.55N. The snook hit Stuart and 8ti art hit the snook-result. a 31.pound whopper caught by W E.ttest 'lull sod. <,.l-..

and renovating Al- said Maeder was pronounced I system to certain property owned Vlnlnla. M. Th.We"Apia ,.4, 15.01: I Allison of Stuart to lead the co In that division j I 8UU. >.. M.Rrl FEB
Ions should .delude rewiring I dead by Dr:J, D. Parker. by John,-_Woodrum._ H, tWlln. .i.a.* fuse I The sails stayed right out I I n the Gulf Stream striking the trolled mullet-rtsult, an 8-foot, Ise 55-rid,. ..,:-\'i.\: ..'h B MOrund. .. .1 i
-- w. M B.r.sk H.5s
necessary; increased light-I I Mr*. c. IM ........ Itll i 1-Inch sail boated by Norman English of Grand Rapids, Mich while aboard the Peter Fan with ,101m. Es.. ... 5,555105 and ..nlnIL /. 'I '' \
... 5.dr.5d .sd. Co.sr.; b" t ;,
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011IOft/ faff: EtffiO:l Announces For ra Kd.ard> D.S Can. B.*w.UJ 11.6.5.55 Capt. Eddie Engbretsen, to lead I II i that class ,Is .... ....rI... ,
Dan McCarty : Ik Hrt.t... 11,55: I These were tilt features.. of a extremely attractive modernistic? liked It here so well they have'ma na.: B I i ,
M. 5.5.15..w MMWb week of all around fishing, house with large picture windows their homes here It U the I.... 50 ........ I. ..... 5555 i! 'I ,!
good '
l w a .d M. s at- 1 5. .1Io..h" Aeuu 5ur5.o Ulw."r 'i l
THElls" I III. '
i Ort.., JlMam' li MM marred, unfortunately, tor the fronting the St. Lucie River on' Stuart Sailfish Club which promotes ':, y.. Clanw.: 5.r.,. 6uarr I Irn. '
Florida Governor Contest Jr Grw '. 555sMtls '' dr.-: ::.. 1 1
and
IS..f Clw.p.' see.5.1.s i outside charter boats by the bad the St. Lucie boulevard. i our fishing aa a re- 4 I .
,1 J. .,. : .5.51 weather that set in Sunday, but "That snook dragged ua all salt everyone in Stuart benefits 05515 v>. Mwintn B .k., O C Uiwj >". f I
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t haidM..arMI5. | SU I...(.: --- 1151 compensated by the remarkable over the river, Allison said and from its services II .01. ;
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I. ; S 5.W r F.. IM ', FEB: I
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IWi 41ft. Janwrr .5.e.da FOR GOVERNOR .. .. KMM end the "ua referred to Mrs. Allison Ernie Lyons doesnt want to
the week
," snIS.d 'f_ .. Progressives of Florida art giving H. b.l. snook catches over ass ulFklnm ... k A. Mennbe.,. .. ,
aid > kaw. Jt .,...... fur .*. I I i strong support to Dan Mc] ASTd55u. "..."., .. "_ tillUM Tau Sunday that Allison got his fishing companion But he have us say he caught, on a fly I II Curall Oiin/ .! t. u,' I'' I Iokunurt

''-or."- W U .N..."ll7ck.H.T. 1.011.-.' Carty, 3 .year old Fort Pierce H.Wild...I'M.11.410II.R..a..5. ...Mdhso. C.. MM ,I I his big one he also caught two finally came In, belly Up. Toucan't. casting rod. k 4-lb black bass, Cram.0.05 A. is.s.. vi:::fltrl ; : I'i-i': t1xp.

N.'w. LW. grower and civic leader, who recently .IIr'''. lit..... II II others, about II and 20 pounds hurry those big babies. I I Sunday I ., IIH. .........i OrirrAMMlt. .,.d wsu.."
,.., T5u4sN 5505 15sJ.b "Why did I come to Bluarf To "You can say Stuart is the best '..010, "'Iraa.
AM ru A announced his candidacyfor ,... HO... ,1.15A.55..Ys each, while only the previous day I 1 1A,5
: : fish, of couru"Allison I sallflshlng spot in all of Florida" It I
x 1s.nr505p IS
the Governorship.IMcCarty r Charles H, Col he a the s,4 5.kp5 nr.h.r .. J A '
\Se; :iii sari t i.us::: 4x5: 0.5n' ... 1111 155 year-old angler come this June-. Is also going to enter that In unison the other evening NsI., sI .1, sad IsrW I I tM
':: r.: '\: tir who two weeks aol I gi.-.JJ' T.rl.r; ..... b nSe 111155.11x5 caught and entered a 27pounderto his snook In the Ruppert fishing at the Sunrise Inn from a M.nh.ll I sad :i.dra wd 1,150. 1'
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demanded that Colin English I M.s5Mn. M.swt 5. a A. M.l.h was.
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5 .11',14 l7M 0.' 15,55WerNs contest All these big snook were of Chicago anglers, including I 'I !
121 take the lead from the 23 Vi group ... 0. 4itr." s.d C P.
:r their 1.- C.; less I .darn 1,1 1,1't
I IS:: f ::a and Nathan Mayo resign : 11
536 ,f1oC04...... II" 'pound Hah hooked by Fred. Brenner hooked on plug;but the precise several prominent members I ;J, ,
II sot .... 1I.1t UseFATHER public offices while engaged in a 'c A. at Mss .. 51.05 location In the St. Lucie River i ot the Chicago I Yacht Club.They FEB IS .,
Island '
J political campaign. Issued the I .t F .11........ C.rtwt5. Cy II." of Long I i Uordon Duk and Johns, Blow. ... I',
115.6. ...-" _". 655HI. 'I On that same day, Cole caught i Cole and Allison quite naturally [ had Just been flahlnc with H, cad H, H. a...... MIorMf' t-rxit, '
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following. statement: I..5 5.4. IOW. 5,55O..5. three othera which weighed 20 j"!refuse to tell, capt. Johnson, Whltlcar aboard t.r.M cad ,with ud LId4.5.. t.. .4laraara ), I '
HE Aa a auecessful businessman] I (..uIpues.. c., loss I Paek.a j \
: : SAILFISH CLUB DRIVE
for Governor .... 1..'_. .It 19 and 18 pounds. 80 determined f the Blue Waters and UM party Ua u I I II.
K am entering the race '' I.... m. a..555.a _. 5..55Twl ''l I was Cole not- to have his big :I SPURRED ON BY KING comprised Oeorgt SolUtt and u. .... y. Mil M. Y..... sic {I' '
that I
la the hope- may .. .,... +
Meanwhile; under the leadership Phllo Danly, both put comma C. .1140.; and ClUa
55.1X505BRRRS In shrink J
service to State tj WNs.day ..... I I i snook I, VttWr MaUaa' OUrl. H. ,I'I
H, U'V a. e.,5.r:: :o5..erq: :, render1 public benefit all our my cltUena'I -.-- -"-- I, age, U>at bead Capt. Bill Abbott .' of Grover King chairman,'I| dons of the Chicago Yacht Club; '.. .I"', ,tonwyaMarakaU n KMl,CmrvH Smr J '
cat r'uwq di., which; will ashore and from the Sun I the Stuart Sailfish Club is continuing Lin Rountree, past vtce-coramo- ,'10'." _. 1Jo....", I... ... 0. BFWldi C
..... 1:and build a greater Florida I go BtlorlMfa T, T, Omrhlaraon."
T..P.r..ws UM. its annual membership dore of the club; &111broth. : I
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lummet... lath rise Ion, tote telephoned the ,
..- H5- While a member of the Legislature Temperatures 5w **
I 5 ..._ 5. u-I 1I i I recognized the need for last t we days from IT last ,, Pelican to ask William King to', drive" er, Lincoln: and George Ben. ,. a.... t.hseh.5.5.s KB: *4RIlM Sept MLrf ,'t, j '
1 : Independent leadership In our''' Monday .. a knet-ihlvtrlng II drive right down with hit car so;' I want to thank" those who nett. Just before returning to at al. MMnarra ......... X.l..... ."1fl
11 f5 5fr have contributed, King says, Chicago, Bennett dropped) Into .5d 55.114 a.w..
I l a4 the anook could be weighed In atthe
i government I feel that I am Wednetday eight. arty I H Andaraaaia'd: : Joss B, :.1t' 1
: ; j "and we appreciate their cooperation Sailfish Club Headquarters to
: : House Immedlafly
Stuart Fin
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candidate, togive ) Thanday Klkm Ban aoakwk u.* Scott M
u.' i/ 4TH the beat qualified Fishing not alone his release button. .. ... .. .
: A .t aamaoIran I Just get Lrflla at al. .. a_ .. iad
: fIorIda'ani en
liMcMuTaAwrAU. of survey I. J
the people .....
) LHlajw aad I eta and
independent, progressive, and efficient DAN MCCARTY UM 31 sad W d*,rttemperatire Allison, the present snook aallflshlng, I is perhaps the most fal C. Bishop this years w.u a
I I vital that"'Stuart gives of.the Stuart Sailfish
administration of theStale's candidacy respectfully r*- was being made sachem cornea from Chicago,but pleasure president KB as '
t. J.: ,, and tile agent files U- :1s now a fear round resident of all of na. It brings visitors to. Club, began coming to Stuart 17 .Ma>U> Cauatr .a. O...>l Faraurf, '
I. I. buU uOn quest your consideration ao> py ewmty ,, ,,.. Canoe:: 5t ... 1- C... 7h iw I
U .. I4| .I this bails. I submit JIll live support In the campaign" dal'I Stuart, having Just completed an ','oua community. and many have !CORtIMfld 0. Pege Eight/ : ) I k..55.d,, ,.A l
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i'Tiger CagersHome' Face Eau Gallic. Tomorrowx -


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SJand the girls lost 30-U.


,'cU"-,.( OJttNISSIOV fWI 'DEER' : ; I> STUB TO tREE IRC CONTEST : Stuart Tennis Team Sweeps Again in Defray Beach Games Lauderdale and Tuesday were last night postponed with, In Delra For ty;


TaH hasseTra? State Gam< Inclement weatherROTARY. :,___ .
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pa,, win! release 4iO deer in nor I, GAMES! I
Winter Golf
i pat) )Ids forests tilts month, Directol IMPROVED Cagers Fail : COURT UPHOLDS I by two successive! postponement aTUAT CLUB'

Wit Ben t Mortan) Mid today. STAND HERE FOE I *, the Stuart Training t + aelq
fac: Arriving on trucks from t: School' WorthyEditori team are, '
( Jackson Vvis, the : SEININC BAN School basketball N NAtIN10Kaans
IIbl To RecognizeJoe
_-, frsteohlpment of (I white-talli !WINS SETS scheduled for game In Okee-' -.weal a',1r
NIl wa released Jan 7 in the Collier Stuart Tops Belle Glade, I / : \'air: Till U thethud chobe*, tomorrow night In Fort:j

County Game Preserve near i Bow in Cocoa, -' series Talks/ M golf Friday the boys bowed I
= of a of Pterc
Boiuta" Spingslyforgan said. U of. t the deer,t[ Delray Beach 'USES: BOY STARt DiMaggio Tallahawe The State $upreme 'fug! at ;>....", .fed bog Ani/y Hunter ----- ----
Court baa upheld the] / iciia'o ( '
f' : \ 'If'lt.lll-eequktulrmies" | '+
the :
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by
\Vel' purchased:
ion during recent .month: at I :The Martin Count High Joseph Paul DIMagglo famed State Oame and Fresh! Water o the \ltrtm County Golf and' Bath Room Tile and Asphalt file
approximately $90 A hd and School basketball team will Top National New York Yankee. centerfleldc! I Fish Oommlwlon right to prohibit 'Country CM) "

sill be deed JtQ build up the'111)ply" 'come home for a fixe-jfame Prayer) Rain Halt voted the American Leaguel'. seining on Lake River Okeecho, In 'By ANDY HUNTER. 1 Also ,Sulply I of Belgian Tile Jn various color
with Eau Gal- most valuable, player In 1947, ii bee and the 8t John Ctn JercuilNSTALLATION3 .
/ throughout the state stand tartiif)| Final Match V4 and 3 i 16
basking In $Florida Invigorating a uitanlmoui opinion, ttu high I would like to say a few words SALES
lie Indian River Conference /d
in an ruled that all four of
tribunal ichool
sunshine at Palm Beach this I about the winter golf
vHTfl RACING BILLED- e : contest at 7:30 p. m i Stuart town tennl team still week after making a Ui-houi the 1947 legislative ecu, design Some people think,,it has no Tile la tht .,Drainboaifa* Porches erH
Tampa, Jan 1 ,-The might! tomorrow. Three more is unbeaten in single! match II stop In Stuart last week nd during I, ed to permit commercial netting value I am lure they would find Quarry TiU
<"--t t of American dirt track *rtvi games will be played here a result of Its second uholesal(> which he aJmost pasted unrecognized ,I In the disputed water, were unconstitutional out) their mistake If they would FORT PIIRCE. :; TILE" CONSTRUCTION/ co.;
'rt wIll compete in three'days of tux week farting; with conquest t. of the best Delra make up their mind to KG to a
[..do racing during the Floridafclitc "tronjr Vem B'achfonday! Beach could offer on the Delra)' DlMagjio accompanied by The opinion written by Justice winter golf school at least twicea j H WLETTl "
Fair F'b. :3 to 14. f> T .. .
afternoon
fiigM. The final tilt In the Municipal Court Sunday Jimmy Cannon New York sportswriter Alto Adam.said/ ; "The question month to, keep In touch with
iii tired riedcr (general tuclafti alter manager closing aria 'crisp will' be Fort PierceJ stopped at Lyons Bertie la squarely presented whether their swing, their One touch.Inputting F. a Box 1151 tbon 8 til N. lath SU Fen fierce
In repelling Its Nov 23 awed Station on U S. I about 2 .. m. the LeglslatBre.ean oust \the Constitutional and ,their Judgment In: I
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lor sane 27.The ... .
attracts prourami n ....
e the International Mo- the five-man Stuart outfit\ founi, Saturday and Invnedlately after Commission fro m pitching and chipping Thenagain -- -
w lined, by AMOcii'ionBABY ffcrttv+ boys and girls the opposition considerably Unproved his arrival the Martin County control over freely water Ash In I ay to' those who hare
tC'OIJIf'. _t- '-- t"ams..u! play tomorrow night a. the Delray/ player High 'School basketball team Lake Okee hobee and the 8t 'Just begun ,to play the game, or J WAY IN
CHICKS but only boys team will meet managed I to win four sets b"for stopped ui for refreshments and Johns River by makin'a legislate to those who contemplate! taking G. E. LlApS THE

111 KM! Trifd lour I ho o 'Vero Baa*'*. the afternoons play was halter< discussion of their error In flndlng:! that said water It up next spring ''to attend a QR REDUCTIONS
B fiortM KH HoUiKIrf d.,1695 Lack of s wady offensive held by showers in the midst of th Cocoa where a few hours before are salt We do not overlook the ccnool- this winter and build upswing :
Pod 1 too Rock onto C"or.WRnOa. w a or, Po tOU back the hers} In their three final doubles match. Both W H. they: had opened their season inoifeat contention that the Legislature all ready to step! out and General Elecljjtw** Reduced 'Pricel on Ranges,
:OrMQfta Fa. Leah, ,. ter MY/ppM, opening games the past week despite Mitchell and Dr Walter F Dave; ;! DIMagglo Joined In the has from time! Immemorial classified enjoy your game when the reason I' Refrireratorsitllfclrie 1 Blanket, Dishwasher
lout tor.lYe t atI Yl' u U v'cowI display! of excellent floor of Stuart \were! extend to threi.' chatter and bought each of thehalf the waters of the State comes round again. Would

leye, 4. r. r.nd.. f10.r wtL work. rebounding and ball handling seu as was Miss Marcia Mora, / dozen youth a soft drink. either salt or frenh; that when that net be better! than battling \,3oto 10%
\Ar h11W4tt 11 t llin Ot TLtTea In tb three games Stuart and the second Stuart double The Yankee Clipper steered clear this amendment (creating the and tuning your way through M e pur Selection TodayMartingCointy
/: III $0. Y/Ill A 400 rOl averaged only :23 points a start team which was unable to finish of baseball talk inconsoling the commission i \was adopted cr- another summery
and us a result dropped both The Delray pair had won till team In Its loss and when they talnof these waters were actually Your own clubs are the best I
names on the road sandwichediround first set (-2 and the a'wid was finally departed for their several classed as salt water. The constitutional with which ,to practce. They Electric Co.

a low-score victory on the tied at 5-5 when the shot 'C'. homes none knew their Impromptu } amendment expressly can b> led at the_ichool i
Harry emones 1 torte floor
0 teopathic 'hyaicianRoo Same Geigers 21 points paced Dick Holroyd 17-vear-old Del- 's brightest stars toting: laws inconsistent herewith CHRISTMAS SEAL ;I
tan'sa; to a 33-20 triumph In Stuart ray Beach star who Is the tlftt DIMagglo finally was recog- shall no longer; remain In force SALES TOTAL $728
14Viftory i initial meeting Friday night ranking boy player nationally, ald' bv Lyons, who was aroused and effect"

Ho 1 Arcade us thj.'Tigers got off to a slow headed the Delray tam Holroyc. by the voices, and Lyons assistant Ben C Morgan, Oame and Fish Late returns have Increasedthe I FIRS SHOE!
t suit and trailed all the way Is national boys doubles dam and they talked at length CommlnUin director termed th 1947 Christmas seal sale total
j Plron 355Beaiden Lamar: Howard headed the Stu- plon !and Southeastern and Florida with the visitor after the boys Supreme Court decision a "vindication to $748 03 Mrs. GOrge Steelman. CI14AL.4 awJ M .yIAw
tirt'.scoring with 8 points However boys singles champion. but left After they stalled! on south..I of the commission belief treasurer of the Martin County! r A
Phone the Stuart girl in the evening he was no match for Stuart's Lyons notified their destination In what the people ol Florida Tuberculosis and Health Association .,..11, row. ,
J Jt
23J 's opener took a thriller from Harris Lowery. it,.,who won 4-1 and thy were given a policeescort : wanted when they adopted th reported. She also.reported P."., 'SYw al
and3
the Cocoa girt 31-29. into Palm Beach game amendment The commission that the return wer LrN1 r
Stuart, loridaR Home Saturday Stuart ld allthe The Stuart team acted at mill enforce the no-netting about $350 short of this time last t: '0.. .510_
way in beating @ylle Glade I hosts for the match although BANK TORE CLOSFD rule vIgorously and Impartially year Miss Myrtle Dyer, seal alt i .If
.1-16 with Beatfy showing theo Delray nec ssarily was the sit Because: next Monday U Rob ," the director declared, adding chairman, sent out 830 letters SANfO'S
t ay with a first class floor game for the matches due to StuartsIncreasingly ert E. Lee'* birthday and a* sucha that emphasis will bf,put on apprehending sponsored by the FEO. and Mrs. f SHOP
und 11 points. Belle Glade notch- recognized lack ol I'gal holiday within. the Stateof dealers selling banned Steelman sent out reminders to ANTIQUE
J td hall 1U point in the final courts The one on East: 4th St Florida, the Citizen Bank of (Uh and truckers hauling those Q"'t'I have overlooked aend Majestic Atartments

+f i period> Ho ev r, the Tiger Bsa considered deplorably insufficient Stuart will not be open for bUblI from the lake Net flshermm tag contributions.One Oil ralnliosj Restored, by
Belle Glade lump to an 8-1 is the 'Stuart players only that also will be prosecuted, he said. project made possible bysale t t {
I day Aflmls
ness
ITeAIIT tlr"t i quarter( advantage and never practice outlet. Stuart CaptainBill .._d .____ I but "It is easier! and more effective of the seals Is the, mobile,I Broken Chlnojlrul Brle-a-Brae \4a
quit caught up M the visitors Hitter, !however, reportedthat and trans X-ray unit from the Florida
i SINCE:/ at least! two new courts are from inundation by water fromthe' I to control salt\ I*dad '
\son 20-14 of Health scheduled, for
contactsare Everglades Interception of portation.rORBlTT. Board j Mrs, Nellie mionl.Owner
Tuesday night disaster hit the being sought here and Martin county Feb 0 through U
1912It flood at from high area west I
r s being made for additional ;rs .
B'ach'jaced -
Tiger again a* Delray
Y matches for the ,tram of the agricultural! and conservation til.t1R514N
e \ by BID Talbot at guard of the I : IS I II
and northeast
( !rid In 16 points In the fourth Sunday; results: areas I TaUahasse'cfltJf! W Corb-
..... ... by /collection
Hiiife l. i I'' (SI *>(* <] Ih.kH agrleu.ra.area\
I ix-nod to win going away 39-23. .. ..... Will elected
b r<> torn' <-l canal lying outside the descrlb-, *tt of Fort Pierce
w. 1.1but! led the night: scoring W C Hater UII l l <,.......ii Olson Gil" chairman of the State Game and
1 Il1051 I ...4, ..1. ed boundaries; protection and II NOTICTO
nn 19 points The Stuart B* W II, KK.hi-11 tai| d rri<*.l. Dr KMonrw Improvement of water control;,I ltes\1\ Water Fish\ Commission at
speelteese iw and held Fob,' f.., .I e
wen stymied I Dill 'sl the annual reorganization meet
l nr. w- r n..r ( 4ultay rfew4N Mn facilities along<< South New River.''I
'roreles until Bill Hutchinson :
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j (OBI 10.5, a-s. I Canal west of Davle lug Jan i. .,
l tank a goal in the last fram a* Mercy. ..w.. tat Minted Y1. Kin, -- --- ----- ----- ====: ; '
won 21..'. I rDl,, I'S, s.4. : '
Rentals Delray 5,500 .a;: h/tier ,IS I 4,0,0.... (Uf, OUR CUSTOMERS !
The.box score, :: "lot, srI' a...,b.t. Nwe1t .t(45, ti. U,1 t tHhord
Jri'ART IZOl wed 10I.y dl1. I Id, I.11'11 .., ,

I. I'or ii 1(,sialatioo". n II., ,'.rr.,d f f n..1'I"t'T o f't ..,,...,, /, ...'_. ",'d I"b.,' ..u.2', 1.." "'" "n For Sale: BUILDING We have now added to our,t&ff on,$f the best letter l

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Real Estate insurance I ,.tcYfwuu"') e U I"n. e O Former Theatre Building on Fort 'erce Beach men in the Sign

I. See lowed etY1n.. R Y U.I'UM 5' "II.u' I UNITED FLOODCONTROL nJCnown as Gulbrans/i Hall BU'leaS.


JOH'r 1 1 AYLOROweola COCOA 17.11. I'T e F fro PROBE Purchaser to accept a. i* and re* ova within 60 day, N E 9 N.S C 0 JC h Ii t eBOXWRLL'lliti

''I I BId" T Phone 1043STC (...1'.'.".. .I I'a.I 1 1 leaving and clear except fours hOD.

"T..b f R M 0
.eosAL 2. Gold Leaf Work
,...10,1Nurns. I' I I BACKS 5 WORKS
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0 aIs
-iacug F\rt Pier a Beach I I

l, Gtwnz 11.1 Recommended Project to SHOP

11.,01', I 1'4 tlI Cost Estimated DJ elo / Co.
: ant
I)" ", ._ $208,135,000The
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I ,. .. 5 tM I PHONES 337-J. 311 STUART! FLA.
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IOuldeo L.Y.r,: a t : i I IIJ comprehensive! reports for Sunrise Theatr Bldg. Tel Ft Pierce 1048MORE I \ 1
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1. e O a flood control and other
I '..,".. 1. o. oaruAST I In Central and South purpose Florida ___ ____ _
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nave been combined Into a .lnlle-
ck' ; ; : report' by the Army district and
II, r ', 7It I .'n.. Serving Martin ty T50 Wed., ran 20 21
....."o'.r.n f l II ,1II five works costing an estimated 2 BIG I+IT3 iSunday and Monday-J. 18-19
.."r 4 1 1I..f" $208.133,000 for conitruction ., I f eSLteu
I. e necessary lands and
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\ I".Ih.n ., n e R 0 0 R w 0 relocation' and 3.703000 annually AT THE l lhd To11rN
r \Jew UiJGIi
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He' t it" \"'" far maintenance and opera-

a tm. It was announced last week Theatre
I4fe! ...,,, ,. IH V v1 1j
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t., ,'",''',' Irae 50 pet M rl as/etw.h./ nrlM 0441i The .Investigation resulted In Stuart Flori +

Well give you4i TUAIT purvey and report on specificareas Thursday 1 y Only 4nrwltN
: worn $ 1o. among which were the S\
fatigued ti R a ''l'Cllnd .". .1., r rn Lake Okecriobee) Drainage area Double Fe rep A
\'dnd"! the 11 I m' 'pm 'I."d the (forth Fork of the St. Luclt if.Jr.aiv
,ide like br d-nett Bring! (It:',"Id''y t e I s iYrlloxoe River the\ Everglades and the pea 5
rI' your t I trl' bares : : M : : ) 1 oaatal! areas of Martin County w

.ff..I', We] rCllc' ;ifm in I.h r I' I Concerning these, public hearIngs tort
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j111iI T,AAL. tlDELKAV I I wets held 13 time itarttngn
1 iw i
(M) ,eRls
[ 1939 with the final one last
a. It
bye pri oil.", r I. tug 4 In Belle Glade Y

1 t owyn/...,..fu f 4 I I 1"1 The works recommended In- 7I Kl 4'AND
; J3.eca 1,00f eluo>>; ell NN/Cdef j ,
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"Ol vice red.I t ?a.nw eI r !i ii I II Increase In the outlet capacity PLUS
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I It" \. .'I'I md levee protection of Lake I '
Ctial: rvice S ion It"" ,,, .0 Q Dkeechobee; work for provision 1f11C6 "*O YOU THIMK VOimt A
a I Ro if more desirable water! table I
M SWAT V. 1Ph4 ,i i imlr e THE ANOt Ntavoo waacgr'FooraALa
ilevttlon*'on lower Caloosahat I TMHILU"
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lul.1. u'-a the6 River; surrounding the ; k941' 'NcwsCOMING
rox
om..I. a...._. ..1..... agrlcul$ural area south of LaksSkeechobee I '' ,fly lo \ .

ahown on map, byt : ; H
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;. -w ElDD OWNqu I protective levee, and providing SOON..lf1TPhl .
'oUR a network of Improved existing

sanali and new canal to collect I ;c 'Ilisa ,! "
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7 ; ; n eater from tubdraUiags district' C'CL 'l, ; *
h ind.deliver it to eight major

CRY TALa wVi ;7 I jumping station discharging: to! I l : ( i
t lithe Lake Okeechobee or to the -
\lI. I Eonserration; area or to deliver f
: ( ester' for Improvement ofroundwater I I VIRGINIA IVU q $ KARt.O Fi4

,[ elevation a*need- i

\; e id Provision of levee surrounding' : DED i4 STILL MORE ;


IMPORTED *i/COSTUME JEWELRY I and ire* .dividing f sufficient the height conservation to store ,.ova sN Tuna'Nova" -WHO'S IITTLK,CUIL.TV--SIJIUI.LULU JOY CARTOON_ MICKEY'S LATEST DECAYED FOX NEWS DATE" cartoon i.BF" Z!
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Newt J tense toe this paper mast reach the newspapei

OALS and office before noon a Wednesday ,
< Happenings of the WEEK, STUART Horn Telephone/ J5-W Office Phone llOll JI
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.. MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor '.

IJN CANS" FOOD CANADIAN MOVIES' II WINTER GUESTS W1LMOT-ASPINWALL BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED .' Mr and Mrs. J. It Pomennr, .

IliT ''I'a roIWPS I TO' BE SHOWN TONItHIT' ARRIVE FOR REASON Tree Planting ','by Garden Club I and her daughter. Mrs D. }p. "
AT ATLANTIC
'J'bIJte.. T "*. Geary, pastor "Your Northern Neighbor' In COURT I Lo'blean wen guest las weeK ,
Church Kodachrome movies will be The post-holiday season neared her E: .L Clarko!
Joseph' Ckthollo\ I II I of brotlK i
d f St. than week shown:,at 10 tonight at the Civic the peat this week at the Atlantic Arbor West. Palm ?
his home in
reported Meeting 44
,( Stuart, I Center as special feature of the Court Apt as six couplear.rrl"d Highlights Day I I'obaervanc."btS'"tate new ,
hat the recent drive for food card party benefit to be staged .to take up season's reservations I Beach an where apartment{he recently house,purchased He1 -- 1 '
or Europe' had netted 1300 cans I by the St. Joseph's) ladle Society fouling the winter colony x 1 :I!I former ot the Stuart,
there Mr and Mn. and national Mr Ernest Davis ofNew a senor
,HoocI I W be sent by this parish. of the Catholic Church. The were E Mr. and hotel,
-..- flint Is released by the department Wheatcroft Cleveland, Ohio; Mr Arbor Day with a tree- 'York have returned for an- -- ----
SILVERWAREWaUhes .1 of travel,and publicity of and Mrs.Ind.J. W. McKinney, South planting ceremony highlightedthe t other winter season at the Je-I "
Bend Mr and Mrs.
; W. p
I WaUhes the Province of Ontario to attract Duff Hamden, Conn.; Mr and January. meeting of the Garden -'water Apt. A former tenor) with j COL i iUOLJID
tourists and foster the
\,.1< I. good Mrs. R Ventra, Brooklyn, Mr, Club of Stuart Monday at I the Chicago Opera Davis is well- J
I neighbor policy There! U IS t
no WTDICINE
; known her his
) for public appearances ,
and
char Mrs Chills: Miller, Tom'aSh the WOlnalClub, Miss. Betty
The(! party committee of the River, N' J. and Mr and Mrs s aMISS Lou Matheson sang 'Trees' by I!not only accompanies as Is Mrs Davis her hiu-who II i e--, s.lln. c.d ol/rap w.MI-t e >v ; ; ,
I Charles l
of
Allentown,
Ladle Society met Monday N J a Joyce Kilmer accompanied by band but U also a professional I epH tl PAR ID A r10 N I. ,
night to complete detail for the j
>Ne srenunWalch I annual benefit There; will be I Miss Warm June Stem Uatousek. of Palm, The City gave Rev.I vocalist.... -......,- ...-. .,,-- ,--- ..-

prlws for every table and refreshments MRS. ACSBORPt HOSTESSTO the Invocation Mrs. George '
will be laMed during BADA WALDRON CIRCLE: I B a t b s r introduced nine new PHONC: FREE, PARK IN'' s.a
the social hour. Attending Monday Mr. Arthur Ausborn entertained Y members and Mrs L. E, Ashley Right Down Town. '
'i meeting were Mrs. George
and tRing Ritch, Nellie Peraonl, Mrs Michael Tuesday afternoon at the January DoKat of poinsettias grown INCLAIR LOU/ RANCH ,'
.pairsOT Harklru, Mrs. H,B.Rains and of the Bada
meeting Wai by Mr and, Mrs. R. B. McCul- : ATION ,. .
wa.N +
N, tad. + F Piero Mrs... LinkTONE. dron Circle ct the Baptist Missionary lougti decorated the auditorium, Were F' BEACH 11 ORIOA Op.l wt.n ,"stn.re',
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Society The devotIonal'' An exhibit of flowers from 50 ,vf
service was led by Mrs. Phil Max < s different yard was most attractive J 't
well.Others Mrs. Harry Swtnglehurst FLOWER
C WAX present were Mrs 0 L F i'
read a:paper on plant rooting
ardent
I Cut Fl: ftsh y
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Rutherford Mrs. H. W. Munch h winch was Interesting and instructive -' ers
It** frsy d Into All Crack and Crevices Mrs R. O Sharp, Mrs. Marvin Corn '.es PtJtery
Of, Your' Car Rowell! and Mrs.. M. B. Graham I The lip-stick tree, given by Edwin Po ed Plants Crystal Bowls I Ii
MO I a visitor. A. Mannlnger; and a tulip, bedding Bouquet ru ra Designs[ {"I
O.SWAY i
tree donated by Mrs. W. R. We Telegraph FlAver I II
VII fAR CULFLtXID: WHILE IN MOTION QIENZLERS: RETURN Leach. were won by Mrs. J. L. x
J TMK: MODERN' METHOD OF LUBRICATION'"
|Y..i Aft hioltrt to lags TU.. Net MrtWi.. Mr and Mrs. Harold) Quenzler i Coleman and Mrs. Anderson WILSON PALMIGARDENS
returned Tuesday from a two- Law'ton. Ma L. Ashby Arbogast ds,
I week honeymoon trip to Dover, Introduced Mrs. Harry Lyons Flower She
Stu rt Service StationW Del, where they were married I I i who talked on African violets, I j lorist: Mr and Mu1 C1' I

0. miflMin GULP PRODUCT PII_ CIM Jan. 2. Hot is employed at The 1, showing i numerous varieties l and Phone Zfel 1 /Hqt> Sound, Florida .t
Stuart Mean and they will residein Riving a history of their oilglnand
Jensen Beach. She I II the PATRiCIA WILMOfMr I Instruction for their can. 1 "_ ....
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Webster UI(11.... Arthur L VliTmnl ,ot>i | "" rlehnd, hu\\ KIanutK | In conclusion Mr. Menninger
---- Phillips ot Dover. i iI '''(l tin igafjennitt/ 111 llwu Hjiichti-r: Mi.s. Pilrkii lx>niWilmot \;' I presented the club with a }am- DANIELSIRUCS
I 11), I ,,\ "I( B Ani pinw4ll]. sun iiir./,.. llmv.ud l R:'A'.pinwnll,, bolan trte, which\ wax planted in
ESCOTTS HAVE SON I irf loll AM,''n lid.. \\f\ Film BicIi Ilu' "dldmn, will 'Ul(' |l>li<-<' I j'I front of the Woman Club with SUNDRIES; QOSMETICS ,", e
MMY SAYS I Mr. sndMrs. Robert C. Escott i in April. (, an Arbor Day ceremony by the T TY DRINKS and I IyDWICHES '

have announced the birth of aI>!' Mum Wilmot eras graduated! ) from Martin xwnu Ili?( i .Vlnx.l, I honorary president and a pioneer AT

i I son last at Thursday Martin County Named Hospital Robert'' and Averttt .nitre!! DanVdlit Va !She i is u mender< of the: "ft,U lit I Miss member Cornelia ol the Adams.Woman(A description Club- o tR MODERN SOD f FOUNTAIN l

When Traveling South I John, the child weighed 7 IbsUos kappa Sororitv, .JIK! 'w II 1lea'M1tlV./Tl'.un'r' of Ilw l ihidt-nt. i pfn, n I of the }Jambolan appears on Handle Swif '/Ice CreamANI'EL'S
meat lit (allege.ller the editorial page of today's Stu-
R | _Don't Forget to Drop In liiiiur is a nntivn of St". 1 mil .i gruliiuli!! ol tin 1 IIH, ..,ilScliix art News. I '
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)!. Ik i iexw a junior hi Product'n EI1I-.t'\ll'in: \ it <'.irmuliistilnti U' I Refreshments wore served by
For I t !, t the hostess Mrs. W. K Nye Mrs.
? / nl kcliitnltvgy at Pttbhurgli wlun liv is a i mi'ml'1-i i '"I1 I
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O. Ares
Charles A. Fischer ,
/ <'111' Theta PI (Fraternity. He. mncd at .i ,inlir 1 tfrlnuiin| .. 'in 111
YOUR FAVORITE SEA bracht and Mrs. J. F. Bozone
Nil )' during 1( 11.wk I
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HORSE.TACKLE. I EVEREADY CLASS i
Mr P-TA COUNTY COUNCILTO HONORS MRS. SUTTON L
The, Way You Like It ew Ii Couple Mak I INDIANTOWN MEET MONDAY SCHOOL AT WITH STORK SHOWER St. LucieRestaurant/ f a


COMPANY '' Sponge Find i 1 Mrs. W. R,, Baker. president, THt HOUSE/6F GOOD FOOD .I I
A GO PlsKE FORDANCING A GOOD TIME ? Martin County Council of the t was. hostess to the Everready I nder the/Management of +
I class of the Baptist. Sunday ,
i Parent-Teachers Association will I
Worth $1000; hold the winter quarterly meetIng School at the January meeting JDFTSIMAS!
RING YOUR FRIENDS Rod and eel Repairing at :3 at her home In Eldorado Heights SERV* THfeT BEST OF FOOD
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ANDkENJOY No 1. MRS. GM: CARTER last week. Following a brief A TRIJL WILL CONVINCE YOU
II BY tntof school Unit president!! business meeting the party was ::1
YOURSELF Prompt Service I Old Man Sea sometimes relentless are urged Ur bring report of activities turned into a surprise stork SPOtlAKSLUNCHEON' 75o ,
and demanding proved I for -shower for Mrs. Deviu Sutton. I
{ASTYlDELlCIOUS SANDWICHES I and plans (coal projects Dishes Filled -
Request f Special
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see Reels I surprisingly generous\ last week, ; A color scheme of pink, white ] W
Fi Liquors All Kinds and blue carried out In the
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So tb. Bend Tackle I I to \\.fft and Mrs. Earl Greene Cocoanut -, :The program will include a de-. 'floral arrangement, gift wrap- J

5rtN Ml. DAY SUMP. AY VERY: SUNDAY i Ro.v,on a trip \test. Lufle;j I vctlonal service by the new> Indlantown : -. pings and open-faced sandwiches ..:
a'ts for All Inlet, whsre they discovered. an 'pastor' !the Rev. Steviu:: After an hour of game and
TOMMY'S .BAR: wejs. 01.,Reels exceptionally,fine sponge of the''a talk by Mrs. Garland Eden-. contests an assortment of gifts MARTIN UNTY CLEANERSCAN
variety known to the sponge !Industry .;I II field, Stuart president, What t; were opened by the honoree '
S 'nglehurlt / '( the County Council Means ta i;, Others attending' were Mr*, A. 1
I as the wool THAT OLD HEMLINEMARTIN ,
Upon' BANIS
ONJU. S. iWOfeU SOUND l a d ONLY sponge. 'Me;" t report of the State con- S. Blair, Mil L.C. Kickllter I Mrs i i'I
Ales 1s 'investigation they found the vention : Tom Bowie JMr Helen Koonce:I '
12 :South of Stuart Dixie 'ghway I at St. Petersburg by Mrs COUNTY CLEANERS -'
Near achABSTRAC beach literally coveted with these Jack Saunders; "The Meaning of' Mr George Griffin, Mr* Earl
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lrnlell\\ fine sponges. I I I County Council" by Mrs OeorgeOlborne 'I I Artist, Mrs R O Sharp: Mrs!l CAN BANISH THAT...". I'
Fishing was abandoned as the of Salerno, and special Vernon Chason Mrs. O L. White OLD HEMLINE i

I Greens gathered In the sponge, music arranged by Mrs. Andy Mrs J. M. Phillips Mrs. J. L.I [No need for last year' skirts! '

ESCROWS TITLES and packed them to their car j Lester of Hobe Sound( ,Mrs.Campbell Dorothy Mrs.Hall O. L.and Rutherford Mrs. C L, lo show trace of the shorter I I'' l'i

which was fortunately equipped : MINSTREL 'SREHEARSES Boggess. Centime when they're length : .,
TABS .CT & TITLE INSURANCE CO., Inc. I with a generous-sized\ \ luggage TONIGHT I -- ed. Martin County Cleaners .
V I trailer. JERSEY VISITORIS j-sses them completely! Send I /1 .'
\JI 10 Victory Arcade' 1 I Many of the sponge measured The chorus and specialty num- AWARDWINNER all your' dresses* suits. and I
Stuart, Florida S to 4 feet In diameter and all I I bers of the CYO Minstrel Revue, Mrs. Alex Varady Jr.. of Point t. [its after you've ripped oat '
I are of excellent quality. Mr. i I will rehearse at 7:30 tonight at Pleasant. N. J.. was the award t old hem! .1
QUESTIONr the high school auditorium Nov- )YII \ I tf
Greene estimate the value of the winner at her first attendance at I
Can anything not\ eveale4 by an Abstract of the Public Record Affect Title I i find at from $800' to tl,000. II I elty numbers already signed up, the weekly CYO benefit party Expert Dyeing ..r,!'
I I It Is believed that the I Include vocal solos tap dances. Woman .
to your lands? : 6epf m- Tuesday,night at the
Berlou Moth
ber hurricane dislodged the : a magicians act whistling a Club. She and Mr. Varady are Proofing : ,
ANSWER* 1 I. 1 'Gold Act" and an Impersonation. \ "
sponges from their beds and making their home here with 'I,
,Yes, unfortunately,\niny defects w/ich the public records will not disclose, :storms carried them to the beach Mr and Mrs. Henry Le Compte Martin County Cleaners I ,
raar adversely affect your title. tf> ABSTRACT OF TITLE WILL SHOW .: h-re.i II Director Larry Slmonds reported -------_. I
THESE DEFECTS.BE i after Sundays rehearsal I Mrs r R. Horton has had asher GEORCg&KEITH '
STUART DAR MEMBERS .f the end-men that unusual tal-
SAY t TITLE INSURANCE PROTECTS -- : ATTEND FORT PIERCE ent has turned up tot the revue K. Eva houseguest Daniel. for former a week Jensen Miss Phon,|' 90 rl
|, CHAPTER MEETING I and that feminine end-men Beach resident who now! )lives at P O. Box \ Stuart, Fla I
I Ii would add some mystery W the
Mrs r. R.Horton;;; Mr*. ''Jack cast I i Fort St. Joe I
i L Coleman and Mrs. Dewey B Tickets are on sale.In business I Y
Hayes attended the January house in town and by members II
meeting of Cora Stlckney Harper of the cast I ,
Are Ready and chapter ot the DAR at the I;
e Riverside Dr. home of Mrs Orts Mrs.'Charles R.'Greenlees l left I Annoancinglthe Opening
Rogers In Port Plerca Tuesday I by plane Sunday morning for, ,
afternoon.T New York City to spend a week
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7LLE9 5s For In Tropical Farms Stuart wasth. week-end visitor i I '/11111111I1111111111111111111I111111I1111I11111I / j Seymour Old gn and Mists EJK.I lest I: City:: ..r Veru Beach at'.1 Pierce I ttot f/I on your dealt"I. The I"!'"''

of Mtea Annette O'Day. I beth ,RobertsonMrs ('Ill', /, k s;"i,djy afternoon will,I subject Is Christian Science 'flll

Repairs and Earl C Hayei of Portumouth. I JENSEN NEWS I OaVld S Dtnint, uh' I I. bf I"nckddt i \ by WIBA, Fort The Impersonal.! Savtor'
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Parts JACK SUTTON at the home of Mr and Mrs, Carl By CHARLOTTE llEtllKR spending the season here Turn ,..motY- '
RVICE Roth for two weeks / / Massachusetts\ ntenainrcr' "11-" '
Mr and Mrs H. W Simmon.'' : i11n1111H111lIlllI111111111111HNIII8Ir.I I end children nedn"itfay 'et'( rl
Mr and Mrs. R. J Scurry )were I Mlaa.,K, Eva panlel. of Port St. tOth j Enjoy ;
ARNOL BAUER MARYSAUVAGEWED noon In hpnor of the Wun'
week-end vUtton of Mrs. Carl. ,, loe. arrived Friday to visit Braw I I, .
of her cliu
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Hoffman/ Okeechobee. :
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A. Palmer of Seweils Point OurWARM
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Lade Boulevard Phone 142-W I Mr and Mrs L. A, Arbogasfc The afternoon w4 *pen( < at ,1Xe1 II' _
Mrs C. H. Munch ,
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JAN 8 8Br I of Stuart and Earl Hayes were other I beach aftet whlc l. .upp W wiis\ t!;.. '
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Saturday dinner guest of Mr .friends served ; ':
at the Bura i hottievj t : .
and Mrs. Cart Roth. Mrs. W. C. Johnson Mrs J,'w.fhnson : j.
MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELL I j Those attending were Pufs1aand .
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of Salerno wre the Sunday din. Fred Jordon, P *w4* i Ott,'i,;
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BEANS Miss Mice .I s.nd daughter, Maurtne,. lit
t Mary' Siuvage ner guests of Mr. and Mrs, It.'W. were Spencer and Fran Whan; Wtir" -
daughter of Mr and Mri .J. B Simmons, .' West Palm Beach Tuesday Ann Helller, Virginia Biuwrx skid, : QNINGJROOM:' ( J

ISo ,Tnriftyl I So Delicious: Sauvage; of Tropical' Farm, and I James Merrltt' lias returned Mrs Frank: Palmer and son. Katherlne. Oalr David 1tnd; ) ,
i () Ea y to Prepare! Jack Button ion of Mrs Louis from weeks visit M Dothan Frank, Jr. of Treverse City I
I Ann Conrad of Orlando were marriedat Ala. Where he went on business Mich. ,are Uu guests of Mrs Steve Durant, Mrs Dur nt w PapeBEANS to;30 a.m. Jan. 8 at the Meth. I Miss WUma Simmons has returned Palmers parents, Mr. and Mrs,' assisted In entertalsfng) } by Mr/'<" ,, "
odist Church by the Rev W. O. from 'a 'weks visit InOkeechobee C. Klnowlskl Jordan \ ,\; "I ," 'J', ,' \,' -
Aldrtdge The bride was attended where ahe was the Mr and Mrs. R K Escott of "' r i 1 I", "" /,"", ,
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River Drlvu had their -. '
by Mrs Carl Sauvage, while guest of Mrs Cart HotfinanMr / as '. ., :: ,
w 'I With Tomato Sauce & Pork Car Sauvage acted a> best man. and Mia Paul Bytinger tuests Wednesday evening :Mr. .-S: .Lloyd rtfaroifl!/. 'put)*'" ,,'', ::, ,:', ,',,n1: .1VW UEA G SYSTEM

Vegetarian Style or Boston I Mrs Sutton was I member of the j Bridgeport: N J.. have arrived .nd Mrs. John Lovely of. Lake- I Usher of th;'Polk County Democrat 'j"", :" 1 rl(' JUST I ALLEDI
11)47) graduating class of Martin and ire Improving their property land. Tenn.. Mr and Mrs. W. in this city st'.ate4< odaj\ '
Style. '
| County High School Sutton Is r near the Paul Jet fen hom Crowart of Ohio and Mrs. Ethel I that at a recent mecurtg MJ 4 <;:*- t ,, ; ;.','y.:. .
<*? au..t.c. ercr.c a. **. |Sultana; Mole No. 2 can. employed by the Armor Shutter Mr" and Mm James Rider have Smith of MiamI. I 1 iconvllle attended fcy represcn1 :

fa You Tried? I IGreenBians .20c I Company of Stuart. I returned from a weeks vtalt In The Businessmen Association tatlve citizens from, all serttoM 1.
:_._ 'After a short honeymoon trip I Delray Beach where they visited 4s sponsoring a games party In J I of the Stat, definite plan ttttYr6' I
..RVEL' J 2< N 2 to Orlando, the couple will resideat ''Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop and Town Hall each Saturday night made to present to the'voter* Hi .
Sandwich 'Iona Cut cans Tropical Farm Mr and Mm A'ade Carters ,J I for the benefit of the Parent- Florida a slat of d )J.* t.es tt>; *

; BREAD I Green ... ...25c I I Mrs Scary Cowdry and Hugh I Teacher Association I the Democratic naUwwl\ fi\I'\
'yeans can Tlr Tropical Farm Home I Coultii of West Film Beach i Mrs E J, Ward was hostess'ventlon who "''t'ulIe'\ pledKM': +1 Legh house r ;
job. loaf 19C I Sultana I Mb I Demonstration Club met at the spent the weak end with Mrs H. to her bridge club at Ward' to support:S'n*tw Speniwd ?. ,
home of Mrs Jean Sheridan I N. Dunes and Mrs Robert Mc- Lodge last Tuesday afternoon;'Holland as a favorttfmat con.? the It
..IOCJELLY. Thursday afternoon> Mrs. Luclle Phersou .- : two ta.bls were In play and highscore I date for Vlce-PreuWent et Mj V S .1 O* St Lujie River

ROLL (Sultai;;" J 2S-o. jar Baker president read the devotional Mrs Charles Oreenlees left prizes were won by Mrs: United State- '
The program was a discussion I Sunday morning by airplane for Adolph Hertel and Mrs. C. H
-or. __. ... __.33c Appl Butter _._.....25c on gardening with Mrs New York City. She expects:! to: Alderman. Others playing Were ut1'rR-: TO RltO.'PliAri 1'ejtaurant, Cocktail Lounge h"

Joe Sawtell leader on gardening be gone two weeks. I Mrs Minnie Klpp, Mrs Charles'I i A Christian Solewow l'ctuto)' by ?tL
Miss Lucille Inscoe a I Grant Oalnes of Stuart : Nelson: Mrs Lewis Gamble Mrs
IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT gave very was Richard P Verrail. CB at Kw
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I Present were Mrs. Hobson R!d-1 i N. James and family. I Lawton Wall nan the door prize I I'
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FROSTED I 'resh dish Mr.. James Rider Mrs Miss Jean Van de Water gave An enjoyable afternoon was
FOODS'' Id Vegetables Baker. Mrs. Sawtell Mrs. Sheri- I is kttcti shower Wednesday I I peni by Mrs. Clyde Dale, 'Mrs u.o'li"lJitl""r'; + : .+ahw.' V'' !Miele i

dan and Miss Inscoe. Delicious evening for MISs Mary Alice Sail- Lloyd lets' Mrs Delbert I Seltger, 1' 1 {
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home-made and !!!Mrs., Carl : ,., Specials
Birdieye Fee eh Fried R Delicious plum pudding vase brlde-to of Jack Sutton. Sauvage Mrs Jam's' A .al
U-o) >. pkf. I pies 3 lbs. 39c coffee was served by the hostess. Games were played, then Mus, Rider Mrs James Merritt, Mrs 11tnO.bJ: J '," ;fCl: : & Sat., Jan. 9 10 d dC
Betty and Laura Man Engebretscn Sauvage opened all the lovely Lawton Wall Mrs .f C Morse, '
Potatoes ., .30cBir3eye ---- I and Mr Early Douglaswere I fills hom 'made J' Mrs 1. M Elklns and Mrs Jot ,
$ Cocoa and ( :: I 1.//''A .Eye Frozen Food II',
of ,, Saw:ill The .. 'Y'c ( :: __
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Mr and Mrs J B. Sauvage and pie and cplfee '
Baker Sara Roth Wall
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Appletaucf .25cjQirdseye iery, tlk. .... 15c Mr. and Mrs, Joe Sawtell Thelma Bishop Jostle Clkins. 'i(i GROC-' ;::: \.' I MARKET .

Mr. and Mrs. Louts Conrad'of Julia JaroUop\ Jean RObln.tilt'j i 1PEAS
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,, LoW< PORK
| tM>) l-o s.. fkf, C radian Orlando were week-end guests of Margaret teyet.t: stud Mrs J I f COUNTY kIST : i ; .Y ,.
Mrs and Mrs. Lawton Wall A > June RecWlsh; = a

Carrots \ ,29c Ltabagas, Ib. 6csere Mrs Bob Williams and Mrs Pat Van He 'Vat,r O org. DWells '<"l".t' '" .. 2-: +" tttJA5 I Lb.w f'f'L
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Carl Sausage entertained Tuesday
Cut : Jr., Hartis Wall IsW IBM
S icetfctatoes 3 Ib,. afternoon with a mUcellartiroua kins Haywood Walt Bobbv WtUU> THE MOST tc/FlETE ; uc.'j'; N I
1002.7C ...29c shower >or Miss Mary Alice Bob Bishop, td Ht( *ard l, t late: .. ::,'h" I ( ;,
RETAIL AND W3LESALCtf
Sauvage,brtds-to-be of Jack But I SScDKhsiLD
ye "Cut WO-o*., Hall and J N, Roberts.
ton Games were played with Mrs. Hotison R h'Who8lns CLEANSER L j *.
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Mrs James Rider having high Monday afternoon at1 a Btatt- )y 4 Hsu: : FROZEN ,
*rdaeye 10 Ib*. score A beautifully decoratedbox icy Home Produ:ts party Mrs. 0Tnxrl Ar-rLfc, ''" ". I it WINGAfoTHQNV'S i
' IflSc .47c In colon of blue\ and yellow IN THE PAll :ACHES
Itatoes was live demonstrator of '
Cauliflower .. I :
eslttlt was presented to Miss Sauvage the pioduct, Ourrien were. 'plrxy- 417 OKEEClfcSfE 'OAp t JELLY 2 ; : '" rrS! .64c
as a shower of gifts was received! .d with t-Jri! Lloyd RU iind Mr.. / .,' .{ : .,; u: lb. :.
Ui Y, :C Sliced or\Halves 1 EQUALITY FEEDS Cocoa and home-made cup cakes Jot Saudi winning prizes Mrs. PHON 38J1 1 AtIM O iR5 r itrt'TOi Ir.UND CUBE
DatStt
[ "* No. A''a Can decorated in yellow and blue '
nkoiSCRATCHFEEP ten served to Mrs I. M. Elkms, ,
25c Mrs John ODay. Mrs Hobson I lq .. : STEAKS( Lb. t C ..-

!'! Reddish, Mrs.Joe Oay, Mrs'Uwr | CENT kL M A aKET :: ,
I 2IS-o cans -lb. T ag"' 149lb ton Wall.1 Mrs, Clarence WallJ tr 5
) > Mrs Clyde dale, Mrs James EC" NOMY. MARKET' : ;
>paghetti cL Rider, Mrs.. A F Hammer, Mrs'
L L-&' P-HaTv.s B.rllet_ bag .5.87 a A. Burton Mrs. Delbert Belig- MEAT :::C)( !"o./.jrC.N; : ;;':.1\ !eTUAllT; TLA.
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er, Mrs W. 'H Simmons, Mra 1GUi I' i i.lirIt\!: ,\h' f'Z C OF.qy AND MARKET!:
r'eart, No. 1 can 5c Ito LAYING Clarence Reddish, Mrs James PRODUCiland GROCERIES .:'.,( i ; ; -fF.: DJUVERY.r .
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d d_Pal g. Condensed Merjitt Mrs. Joe Crews Mrs I .-.r ,1r.r A: '1. i;. ;:,. !IItt..m: A' I
MASH Lester Reddish and Mrs. Joe I ISawtell. COURTEOUS SEIVi
1014. an -
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Tomato SoUp j I' .IrONVENstNTLY LOCATED2nd .. ,, '. ..___._........;:.__ ,: :1I
c |25-lb.bag 1,49 Miss Helen Slack has returned'to I
l+ Eisco 11os. pi f Miami after visiting Mrs I arid Akron/ V I Joe Brooks) I : I

> Wheat _II pp-lb. bag .....5.89 Oeorg J Backus for 10 days I j'
Mrs C R. Oreenlees was the
*1* ""* heavy-duty job
Wednesday over-night guest of
+" 1 CHOOS l&p Mrs Edna Ashley In Stuart I GET SUL NTROL OF. i "

RIGHTSUPERIT Mrs. Hubert -Clements,and I 1
TRIMMED WIREWORMS
+R1TE e daughter, Catherine were the ,, LEAF MINERS 1.tS I ,. + ; Ravi; I Z 6"Imvdvancc-Design" I: i

EATS Saturday afternoon guests of CASCACE CUCU CVTW01PMJ '
Mrs. Hobson Reddish and Mrs CATERPIUA '

rtamil.'"-. Shoulder Y rk Loin-Whole or Half Joe Mrs Sawtell A. F. Oayle and grandsons I T ripCnICKBfig and I' y Other Truck Crop Pests -L"" ( f l1tOLET liuens i

Ernest and Donald Clayton '
;MOPS 53C! I ASTib.59C Mr and Mrs J F Oayle and GOE'THE
daughters, VolUe l and Barbara .:
TTTI.::: .. Ann, and Mr and Mrs Albf'rt'' /-SAFE"INSECTICIDE : Cured t" -Y's 'load"' of reasons why l
aea Meafjr Spare der Beef GaYle all of Fort Myers wer t k : "
week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs Dc.t t :' ,r c_! Pals-safe to crops I Itr k
{IKS 51Cl I tn .5.59CIF'man'e Clyde Oayle ., r rte' ,ed dosage. To.tc resd tee
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,lb. gya ev. two t t' rsi wsr.kcavodshr fr : r
of Portsmouth
Conrad Roth a '
l \ --- : fu, t,., up Isom succairve iris.ne r.M 'w "r'r :'R u
Skinless a '$i Mb. Roll Ohio, arrived this week and will 1 hia.or lubiroue crepe.A .
be the guest of Mr; and Mrs Carl -
it, \
teat to 1 liq brands of etlcsdn tom
SAGE 5fr Roth for two months. / -- w.ttaseh, din dusti oral enuSiDnsf yy'
EjNERSlb.45C, ,. Mr. and Mrs LloYd Rlx of East A Y'' oc dealer Is, them today y I IOs6
.__ )JuatE>ad. M H.. have bought th rtwt p$ is,. the la etalea plainly "contain.yr .
.ash !Prescott property near the locks hs. a M CFlsedaeo'. Th sue no c.bsIlutesu p: e t '
BACON Ke. y ,
,field Sliced _*at Smoked tee Alhud( Dc I.; v" ,i,,, ,, a I

!pN. '83C S ARES,b.49C made and will home.Improvements make They this have their and permanent we already welcome ggoaNE' NY sans AN coi.oaaoo d enrpaxqN looks- hive Alf/These. .:t.tJ, ,95P't' J t '

New end Finer f.fUrol : '>1 ,iY11a
them to our neighborhood ?, .
Miss Mary Lola Campbell of I "t 'J
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| f ------ cab lhal 'twtatl e ::1. \ :
son Dry Pilft*ury ::. -- __.__
: R FLOUR iMcuitBdcaii:.. cab '.. .,t .. .ef5I.'s5 sbl'p
!'a'er 1 gal. 6c w "-
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.. Untwtld. allitMl. w'-' r'' ;le pTSifa9ELtaJ[ !
Something To Cheer Abut auction L '5 = be '
"V"I.t.'I. I-lb.. a ..5bag. ".57e I
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Larger foes duraWfully .
now Drift c' adurtablt| seat f / '\ ,I 1 .'
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10-1 bag ... "
''orten'a .Mbablet r r 1. ., { 22% yrealM' viubillty s:,,, ..... .!: .rJJ-I \.\ ...\:: .....
eat. : riiu-cornW ; ;;1 .. 'it
; Dinner New "win'' 1 Ii : ;
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dowi
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asy to UMessoh : Stronger new (runts f't: :\ .&:.., ..:.Sf o
ian
Mb. .. 4ScSAE. __ .:-- 1''''' ',
/ Oil, ptt .....: C : Full flo.llKg hypold' \. .J;:. A t; : t
INT sees! .that.. not nine I iYa ''h. .b inn
uh;ere; 3-lb. e .,1.29eiletSoap,2 -........ ,W iMn/ia, ,Iran, Jn, t i 4
Bouquet; "'" .
.t Spetlatly I m from ter .sakehi.t"Idr.uliC "
: truck :3Y' +i.?, + ",,: '+...,n r,.,7:,.hut",, :-antrbnsbon, ; l AYtWh..F tin r'J"...IhN-Nt ,. r ,:: i '.HrJ
bars C ,, ob oudunrod as "** I
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A.Pen" V.lv&oln.HNd Thnt<- ..:: ;: ;; I
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'''d' Irge.ux P .. w 'M Master Load-M.Ytrr( 3 ThinY IH "'',....., ,"."t, : .,. ,e..,' ,
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Flakes c + engines :.::R i ;
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Inj Olive! i :
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YM, Lady ItsVtally omcthlng it eh,jtlTiibc Jt t% Its a prlr...ljUJ1mg' "DEFLATIONFOOD bodes i' ti., htA,'r '
:Jap, re>,.. bar ..1 2-gall 1 .$L69 BALE Youll cheer about th nn. f 4 U'., ( grin y 40 lor* (a pry Toull ass f ) __ i'jl--- I I ,:-h': : :.r':'"::+:... I
can In NfW, thGlq1Jgh teal11til, -2-.l' QI' ... '...., ,
pUud Uw REAL monty seeing fl>ocUl youlljiPid ( \H\
Si bar ..14 Vouli cheer benaM youll know Its UM b stJd blgf a sd l Cale< 'ee'ne seen In many a day, Io1I&tI.iU_ :. -, .1.: = ':: :, ;:" \ ,
V, Dishes ., 20, 40 It'* our ant of the ydr and 754'11 uy Hsn, .sr best, COM* SEL FOR JQIH8KLF CHEE1 Standard& nb-to-etlc t .e.mrM.l -I T..n.. Y..r o..W'Mites7i.' ; I Y

WITH THE CROWDS. I.nvthdispnyiaNper., : ,::':"..' morn... mtMUwama4s.I' :;'::1..1-: ': :,
raft, Irge. pkg. 33c 3,000 Mile-,.Ot1 1 ..opa..Md.mlttin .r.-Grru'au'r, ". lh
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$.!. Days Store ForSpecial "'anti fIIIANY more//' }lf:;r I c "Ye i .....1... /I.e. aver.-Mdayf 1i.Y. a o..Ie, AllveaceD.I .ner a.ti I di

mesy tour lW.ei ;'real,. slog ."" yeti TIIA./'ISI'O.rAnON VNUMlftO

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---- MMMIHfMIIIMMMIIIMUnMtlttMmN1BUSINESS, ''' j Solemn News Volume of trafficcarried h
".IHMMIIlHHiI/IIIIi.N' 'IllH1tntt59MIIIMfHilUalNHfMIIHMIIHIIIIHaa/111. .Bidsj
I Seeks airlines has
: OPTORTUNnIHtlUIMUiniUIMItUnUIUIIIUHUMM County Board domestic xp Mtnarkedly -
f.SS.SSS. $, $ $ $ $ $131 $111 ''' sine the end of u.

. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! MONEY WOM.4X ewBpMfe.. RM a.kartl ... PRIZES war, but the earning !p m"

it1 $8$8$8$1$3$8$88$11 $ .. .......,. fr 'IenW. For Police Radio System 2 WIN ofUM industry has deteriorui,,
$
m Mn. Harrii." 171 Brjaal *-. according to an analytia of U.>

*ACGLI t f TURK IT INTO MONEY. QUICK READY MONEY.DOLLARS 5e49 ,,,.. Lj **S. C* i>. QUGUTMr ::- operating experience q
$ airlines kpbsmrtng InSot.e7
SSS"SISSSSS'SSSSSS'S" IHRINO l'4? w* bags. n tv
' IN YOUR POCKET. SELL IT.'S"'SSS'S""S"S'S"'S 5.94.x944..1. tbkktna 11 rI .. Adwrttdnt ..** beroi this pproral I*t1ft the prOpo.stloft.m4a..w Ralph Merrltt and Mn of Current Builne*. ?,,'

AT .UI .f MMTtti: peat $C..I kr H'II' by the County Crw ml *tn.tor be rertiwd dntfl Feb. U Man Chaufll ntertlner.y < octal publication of the Dep

1WW tmr tttt ... farm lal..,. bid oa tarniahUigyand toUllln The commtetao' approved< Wllh a pinochle par mnt of Conunerc
''A RATtS; ic'I'fRUR D OKPIART. IF YOU DONT: NEED IT SOMEBODY DOES. !. (.**. them S" U dan I.. donation. of tl300 to UM Chamber home of .MeL Marl ChandIw. '
fojtb at the
I'n'\l J* 'UR It $ a police radio ffstem; ROT COCNTTS
) )l1\ $1181118131883313133113 Mrt.Ro! NEGRO
spat NIt'" had tKeneky .l MaUuaggate of Commerce and mppotatd '- prl ewln' en were
1' jfa1r"R: { ,a c.ir: ENGINES. STOVES. FURNITURE. BOATS. fa .*iC hl .f asps.) ro\IIUJ'lla'IIr eafoirentent . F. Horan I i FIRST BART IN IMS 1 I

, {' : 11111Wit .81331$1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ \ mater* 41.**t ........ ami /.. ,.r$- Board approval for tin for ttt* drawuc of anacreemeot OUter |oe U Were Mr*. Jac cl:I Danny K. Wilson, son of ftm"

"ORDS MM. f.r a toUl .f tiJlKMi s,.rm was gtreti lat week wtti among tee county; Mrs Charles Con and Cham May WlUon.. IruJin
Saunl.nIO
fad .i.N.1/IHii.ilfHllII.. $ UlatifSu;$ ....... TRAILERS: CARS. FRUIT. MACHINERY, ..ly ..* retail nicrki... drat W R Baker of the CIty Florida Power and Light Company -, rid and! Mrt. R. 8. D rtng /oSalerno town! negroes< waa the flttt ktb-

AIM' APARTMENTS FOR RENATLAVr SSIS'SSSSSSS'S""S" awl sits .., dnwiiVpteAnd of Hash and w. Scott BUnrt-! and the Martin Count) Shore I bona In Martin County thu lei'

s.j ""IIIIIIII"lIIlIfI"II1ll.1t t 1 lm"I&Utlll" OUTBOARDS. FISHING TACKLE. SHOTGUNS.' tracks uadiafCte 1 M'. ant 01 UM> Jvpttef Nand Rail. doll and Country rdatlvi 1 Mr. and/ Mr*.Stanley RUII M\\ Danny arrived at i:40: a.m ju

1311111333$1811131$8$13 .1194. tlmr. that a.pk" dents COcnmltte .ttendl .gKanehard. to ll.hUng at the = and accepted for their home in New.rfc } and weighed l Ib*. J o*

..,..,. If _liar it aSets. to : : chainnaaof the Juprter -- annul reports' from UM Monday ipendlng" un ,Th. first IMI whit blrU *.,
I E S.ssisss11a3sssss1ss31sssis aflsr
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LOTS. .s E. R Ohio
CHICKENS. HOMES. Tin and Potte COmmute to Mr. and Mr.
biaad girt Gnjtr
w. sw $1 94 part tax eoUrcter and lest. of ttM' her with Rugt' par.' a

I t. help H "ven/tf' a thai* .1 aiuMMUieed: Ttnday Plat circuit wt holiday and Mr*. 8. M. Rug. Robert Thompson Of( Salem

, J I 1j1 'MONEY! MONty!' MONEY MONEY! IhrM aurtii Slurs. V- tile cmnmMtWx o/fidaJ apptoHJ> ,eats, Mr. Shore which arrt ed at 11,0 pm ju

m5 MONEY Beatb, all' \lMe Isms ", for Bob 8ou cI'*one-fUUi' of Ox NEW FIRM MAKES ri Salerno 4. She wetihetf I Ib* t ot
Pelham.
a fH tt' d 11)1) .. 181181111$331'3$1333333$33USE gnat tr yiiii Kit it cheap project .was firm ftUovtag UMboard's FISHING UNES Wallace Holder of Marta -

Jm /xUia eaa kt .. xvOoc.Ti Bronx N. Y. a Merchant: LAND SALt SILTS sue
flm THE CLASSIFIEDS.! EVERYBODY READS 'EM. (turn lb. < IN FLORIDA Qulgley. (who
if' ..' .141 sad 1 1stake ..ill bid .iw *oo.ht lot *UtutMtay friend of Jo merchant A sale of Mtou and Six'star)

1''lIiI'l' 300 k/Ajr pnfit krrAWW 1k nobUei unit*, a eetttrajgtartM :: alto has spent mm time a* Uunortd i at the court boose nida) nan
Phone 6L AIICUQIIe.-Nlcb Slat Jea1II&IenJoyed)
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corn iiuiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiuiHiiiwitiitiiitiiuiiiHitiiHtiiifHmm. IIlHlfl1"'KUlIKII.tIUI.IUt1lt1l1ntmtUnlllllllttllllnll1U1 / ; .... fmm at UM MB. ,, wry Mpptefaeau to put the aya. ida CorponUoo, new St Augui* uruhln a lew day O. inc S2SO, U was reported Uoi
Un industrial concern ha pur* oX Mr, aDd Mn, 0.1
Pffc/s. tk* KC racken k1 teare operation. Thn of th* the !Dome: day.
'APABTMIXTSStTART. ) iiminnmunnniiuitiiHiuiiHmuin"I I1IItItIUWU' fra4 ta lIoa" .... dl r*. unto will be pvrdu 4 by UMooM rtawd a four-tory buudinibere QIU.I riORIDANXIj SALE FOR RENT for the manufacture of
FOR ikaa the Pad br Bob Sound ao4one Mr.andMrt.aD.PtrkerandchUdrtn. _
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Drrai4, rmlljr K.vifftWrrtlr IIlllmUIIIUJI.'flttlll' "mt.llfIlUI4I I IOC"'lffllMllltlllIfIroll IjT" elwapef ? vartoos fiahiac tackle ttena, It and Glenn ---- HOTtcl: --
taJell.. the prortto frtHUTTO Winifred i ::
fn M 4.-lb .w city H .. .
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Hosgr4aaptsg 4prsmenta' LEAPS \'TlQU: (RIP ... x. IIEn'S sad [*.l-mf" trtr* .. tb* C_ vat Mowaced fdfawiiig tUfeorporatioB'k Milton of Miami and Joe E.tvanlk -' tfUU AUlikl M I/o"
jr Vowil.I Ralr" ......... l'ONIoI. ,.. -- -- :< ( or5tnwUoa meetIng. Ole olTonlter totte .
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\f'T 1 'h., at V.a.4 Halla -- f lumir 55. k<, the firm. UM) and Edwtrd, 5.... .....'
pu.rr. Mtr. $ l art, n..., COtOREI *..,r'.art>- Alt ettvtri Gist fate best ..*..41. wtole. rkM. *,, N. T.. *ew (:hrItIMaa' 1.--- _. "

Tele9b.ee 5533 r.uc 4, .
./tt.nit.Ji.-' .i;. : fHI>%. ram'.1: .. U.!!. wkci Ibey fait gt / f.nkjtt -. ftEL! YOlNti 1 orer to tae concern abort March Bennett.Jr. a Ir .... .

FRV.ES. CONt-: "ITM-THE:. sad ...., day! /ties h< \ 11. when.It wtt, bed to make Milton Dart of II... I5. 10. ... ail '4, 1+...
;" ", FOR SALE EAR ,- FOR: KENT: -Tw. brdrwe. h.5.s I eat and< Utiattations. Mr, and Mn. ,
WIND LAMPS AND amp ta-s ,, .
\ !... the thick,** tier Al. A railed on Mr. and Mr*. J.A 1.55.11. AD IKllWlt
Imamuus.uml.uu.uUt1ani11. ..1NERW.1ITE1U'RE_ SWISS Point, SU 411 ffMetBAic .. The nm product will be a saltwater Miami

;'1!, Rll 5.411-1944 St.akraf$, 4.plrlaty IX tS Fek..S to' fat I pe..pte. I1M 111.. ass-S raise hsflas.SStssle kaataiewi wile I eiprOte :-, fcytoa Aihlnig line and: Bennett, if Saturday. ---- l6A NOl'1Ct -
stJ.. nsbty fat sriad .. Thompson and TO ALL weor j' 'SAC ; 41 All
t his Bobby
Y In the Mr.
r..ple A.1t/rioCfC1F malts UM ant time
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r..alr1"4 far 4 mt..a\ Le'w. % >* -- YO au. 51ST11411.5 .. ."
44 RT, M- ua FOR S\LE-J m I* J" Tranl HC'eaJlb. Te94 _. W.M ee4wpowl.:: : = tibia Cnner. Euptwutt I'.... J53. FTorlda.i home Saturday after' *lx day hi .III s. W 4 i '
haa wdein
bees! :
law etas Ia iate9n1 I A ( taiMiagail. i n.... :: .. t' :, i'a :
t'rt.ol kwdnrv Hsewiw, :. B. P non of 'Hollywood Martin( County Hospital .'_ t... ., .rq._
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\ ..T 11.4 read} sa gs 1 eTS noa.1) FOR REST-Rwa. 4a 5 atsae 494...55,5 $ mark el. tratka4 I """ .<
P5..e 343.j eretwute >elha iMuorduH FUK tta keen elected pmideai Eddie Jove and children,, .A.a .. c' d '1 .v : ...
.1)t a..a9d. Rrt.d 19 .t 5e5s. I1alp $ :ail .opm.rlllt//Al tM Mr. _n s r A. ._,1'... 'S a', f_
) ._ '. .K $.itsMe for htim lilt Uh 234 ears1159. / tahie. Ovt fn+mct. ... i of tte comp ny Be I it alw prefl-: Edward and DUn pi Fort Were* .<. }' 1! 1
Udre.o 5.da33 ioJ
.. ... rksner bal rases. Co.. Inc.. Mr. C. C. : 'ii:. U.'. $1a : .. .
i nut !>U-dM -lt (>Utvi imfmake ( ..... lasad ftirtf WMf .. dens .f Norwich Une called on her bother., i "
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*&4 radar kMl 0" (MdtlH 114 .. n
MI ..HS I* k PL.. MlkMflt ....... I. .atft' rea4s is 1 C. *ET-394 .\ Rect.I (.rfcAst < !rear lac. bulk <4 Norwich. M. T Mm Kendall Mitchell ;..u w'.t 9. f4. Net. c :.
Inrfe Irrtwwrii and
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r ., .nkwii l-ruitr Bald % > n prnwt .Bh tack I I' t,4.tY.all.a" 01 ftpf1rikllll'bf'a. < a.cI": ..A| ttkptufcn .. OLD aDloS' Cttcway/ Tool Co Coaway Vaat.. of Sfiatif p rk. H. I.. drove JIll .. _-, d .. a,. u ...." M4as

.... Sjil I< rtv. Shore 'Jas tf 11.'t.. Lame RITVf Sa.aa M' .arb .5. ... rkh *..... pi r Maybe Steel Product IncStutOmnt mother.' lira UUlan Mitchell; ,. P11546, a .... 5., ..

'O.s'u s. ",.'t ....f U *. [IVck StkArt 1nd4. Federal ', lcs.saMe1. Ssypsa.Issd. .. }.*. A..4 vlutk aAlilr a>. Fats JoIast., and Export sown by cat lor the winter. They': ..s_sa.la694 to. Im.i. r.Sir ,1...J

{ H... N. 1. ttvMr tone. n-r UT !.. .b MiM> gH half 1 IkFwt di. ItttasMea, BoUywoodM. New Jersey to two ---- .. .. .. ...' .
g..4 .Idiblwrd. .J. HrHII'a a_r4. niUukeUJ** if Mhlk .. price .. *els.Lly LnU scepheni St. Augn- win rsturn to .......... A.. ..... tw. a .
....... '.suer. rfcrre wes *f ._ !< ,
reeks -I.
,.."_.' .... rifofp a.Ln1R f 042 1\'T- .tai.i ae.ds II
pnaaa9!! M..M...-..n"at takes a $s mews ww attorney was named viceprstdeat the picnic ..y .r.. of .A. k..,. w "
... attended
I41Ott reptaK41 anrb SrF..a.tt +nad. ass sl, I usw5594 and W JUiun.Jnrmef Those who ... /M __ I t 4 '"
: .1 1.- ASI.."" &4LE-t,-ri. ...... U h..IMkafd tbmer ..445sthe 1"1'"" itry per ,... Aba 1iI- lest.. T a, sot 95+41445ha John of Loral Sunday on Kobe Sound Farm ew ....91945. "" .
... .. sitar. Make me ainr. ws6. .UII'itdrit area gas W set fie. fTMiJHaaak muagn I the, Sound tees Ml. and .r -... ..
..Iff ill .t west of Kobe ,
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taae 5ws
Fr l.fatsatwS t3SF fiItpM wallanpLs statesea tit, O. D. Quigley( V* sons, Joe, ..9,9
It'll SUt alt 1RIDC 1'" (It.-.... Stsiee s...... i. Peg 1. 94.994..f .u. .h...b. Rnkerf Pr.uorJ dotted as ecretarytreantKr.TbM Jtxe Genii and lay Qulgley.Mr 5tt1a/4G: 5154. 5545 A'1 J rrrxa'o. '
:i, ... << Start .a offlew: rill rm a* dl- tI 'IH1 I'n ,., 494s
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Tldt STTJABT NEWS, troUT MARTIN OOUNTT ttORIDA 1HI I, IANVABT IS, 1UI TAGS $trLK'$

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'.IOIJt; RESERVES 7 'STIJIRT tJAiLF. 6LbB I EXPANSION niNNFp I

eInt e L 1Y roe. labor: Union J locals'have QTIlITY TAX ANNUAL WINTER TOWHtAMENT: New Smyrna Beach' -. David Bulova Watches J
CLOSES APRIL
2 'formed th* }drat; two cf American CONTEST Jan.. 30 :McOmpts, newly elected! president \ ,
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ella an Isaac labor atrihated units in NETS; $1,123 SAILFJSH i Standing* at of of the East Coast High- ; International Sterling J j'I '\

k n. 44-W, the organized reserve corps NuriAOn Engltah, Grand Rapids, Mid. tmigl aboard 'iIMl' Peter w a y a Association: and well- : 1
t Keepsake and Woo's Art Carved
Thursday Eddie Ejigbretneti, fret; I Inch known Edgewater resident baa
d 3rd 'Joining the rank of commercial Pun, Galore Jc.ngtlII ; ,
yy msq Hall 2 eonfeertu\ public vtUHle and Starting lu second year of operation Or JMimutt Axh. Nrwmk. N.>j.,.miifjht .dais ll 1""* \",. .. <"',""I.. announced 1JI preview of tits Diamond an4 Wadding, Rings

north t Ford'' Pieee, milnlclpantlel'ln; 'prgunlzatlon! ofreserve the 10-per cent utility .Dole N Id Disi Highway..test' of the tax netted the elty $.t,123.09d BLUfcFIN:' TUNA. that It will continue on an expanded C. & E. WALKER .,(:
component Army .
. joiners et'', ring the month o( December, George. /;. R Fearing rkwloii.\ Man. ("nglil' l it"",d II.. llolxiCpt I. scale the program started i
lea arc invited 10 at.onthly according to Cot WlllU I. Teal the office of City Manager U B jack \\1i1, il''f.' weight 9 pdtniKCOBIA lrfy947. The association 111 Jewelers : I ;:,:
meetipgsy I of the Army Engineer In Jack Eurlt reported:! Expended from i composed of almost 1,000 members i OSCEOLA'AVE. STUART i

sonvilleLOWERSFor this Income during the month L ),,1. ()rnotehl, New lorit: City, ., wu $44UllleaYlnl a net gain tot qf.
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-- Curt V w.jglt8 piumb
December ot 67480. .
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The gain brought tM tart DOLPHIN
AH OCCASIONS balance to $883224 with January T. S. tt'imi, New $rqTna iitte'h l caught:, !] .1I1"1l1| | 'I I In Spm (tlsl4.| ;d'j. j
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being the 14th month of its Buy lounjj weight Zt%! ['OIlIlIIH.
UQUETJJI CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS operation.1. 111411 and It showed wu Initiated a first net gain Dec C H. Van \1ecL, )Jdtlast, WY\lo Welglt,, th) p osnols. In Announcing My/Candidacy '.: : '1 :'
iLoRAL ARRANGEMENTS of I.UU' Alter the year !MANGROVE SNAPPtllJolm :

D Vaughan, .IIiJw Sound eniirfA\ tin rut' ilirmipW sA 4ghl'7psuals. .
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS CYO MINSTREL '
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BEGINS REHEARSALS : \ .. I''
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SMITHS FLORAL & Gf FT SHOP CYO "Minstrel--'-Revue" direc- ,S\/OOK:/, E, ADam i Stuart, Caught.
I WE WIRE FLOWF/ Sade tor, Larry Slmonds wa well "\\lot1T' ; I I
/ Phone 310-J pleased with the New Yean Joe Piths, Lyn BWg, f tfe St. Ft Pierce the holiday r-, F MARTIN : !
night tryout despite .. t\\r.: : :tI \ [ .
Auditions are still open for /A .. ,
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---- TAnros. 'n, ;p pJuhn Ir
specialties and the chorus can Burnrtt, l II htnlilkal. ().,.caught+ / ill Iiiduiii' tia'er.' 1t'i4gld( I S*( v /F ji
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use additional members, It was I 1"1111(18.' ,". ,. J', .' i ./\t\
Monday
rehearsed
stated End men

BEER and/ ALE Joe and Middleton are oft la to collaborating a Rood itart I W. JIJ H"iwx<) > Unllnn, Oi.psrtnteudenliJ. 1 ; se. .ht,01", Stuart.' ( olgbt ulximil: To Toe Florida/Legislature/ r > ,

T$4.50 Per Ua ecklits. on the script with Dot and Larry han; 1 Uiro, |(Rai><; Earl Duro.Ulg1it\ ', 5,1,' (toiimbHWiSI .
SimondaVTJdnelday1. :! I \\A1LK! OIMSIOVJulin (
PabA. Budwewer at* Miller High Life night the chorus BASS I!

DELIC US. TASTY f\NDWlCHES and specialties rehearsed at the i' II D.wsing l 1,1, Cily n ii''t(\' \ ')ti IIltnn, \ SKcl| .,t twclijlit ,
with I want o say that I will, tonmy to do with" the of
in and eifioy your favor beer and Sandwich High School auditorium J) u best !
p of Park J Space Phyllis Constance at the piano. I I' Tjj'" poiindi a billy, the most for the In rests of Martin County t It ItI I''
tenty > In are BREAM I and Vity
the
Assisting production of
Harold Roabury, manager;, Jim I II .Du\JII t DciimUlMin.: ; Sliilirt ruiiglit'' ( ml plug[, 11'114:1.1' (:). S pMilid. I,* Stuart.'f ,
OUTflpST LUNCH BAR I Merrlman ticket director, Nellie (i To rode till'''' urc IKI pI/I/ riM by woimu.,Migknt. iii. tlx s silts/,h tits i- !
I, 5. 5 IN T SOASNotts .., Pe onl. poster artist and Ernie (inn. Th( e bnlize, sailWi ktntm'dm are rids) war', pile's. ; but .ntlt'r;; Your 'Support \ ate i the Democratic Primary t
c Ws 542. P. 'I'Rlcou, publicity and .programs 'tied| wIvlKuii Out (Mto iKMLpbk It">,rf<>inHtitiini| in. \I"],. miUmti, lhi5iol1.] pprec .

9stalt.ass.aa chairman ___ ... ._ __.:must, fitlxr I lit' cuuglil, (d>H'lx il" lrthotly \I"m'I.1] ,rir o i Asostoe imwilicn of the iiluurtiiUbIt hula, uml' Itils\ iiilu .*|.pplio."II.it I \ tliisciliillc of Tues May 4 1 i
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) rut willLsh 'butanes nn-viiUxt by the <.luliIlriimr rl
pl.KI"( l | owurdetl to tuiijkfs,,,, ; 'iltlilnu. \ mi nitl. and f''I'\'' (InlieavMst -
1 HEADQUARTERS i f ml.. hi tin iullowingrixck's: ",''i t
; Wkll. M.riU CI,. ....11oo. iw| .11I.... Kln. M>.|...I|, W.II_ Amk.t-l.tJi. ,
rl two. .,. u"c. =.., 50,0.1:: a..w..d., .- swell.A11k,. = Aae.n.AIIN. .
Y. 1 P. ......... ...edelok.._.. ....T.mm......4.a.c..u.To !. w..hrha Go"-' Chan.'I1+.1 5-b.a... MARY .
FOR F........ ROWELLPaid
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AH Mi meat" I", wt"il\h",111I)\ it the. I""I Fn Ii"".n,,> mil, 1 I II.,',
WI'iIIoblhIO(1!: t h\ ofli Ices ot Ik Sto..rt,, lull,.li I ( lob I. 1
The FISHERMAN ( Political Advertisement) .
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I \FW BOATING PUBLICATION I i 1947 Building I
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$t. AugUstln Jan 15 Th
Fishing is good but must have the I - -. -- -- -
you press Information office! bf the i ValuedAt -
l Florida Inland Navigation Dia-.Here I '
right equipment to get your fish.. '
I Iline' trhH announce the establishment 1 1of

needs. in of a new monthly publication $342,916One '
e carry a corn a of tackle to meet your Drop I Newsletter,
the f L N. D. I
Jay and look'c r tock over. We handle Nationally Advertis- i The Newsletter will contain up"' '

Brands of Ro< 5 Reels, Lines and other equipment. : to-
jp In For Fishi5TUAR' [information Join) ;. the Stuart Sailfish Club Now. 1 taken along the route of the $342.SIS 87 were issued by Build- /
Intracoastal Waterwayfrom
Florida Ing In81H'ctorol1n/ }f. Mann for
Jacksonville to Miami with I the City of Stuart during<< 1941.I I ;1
emphasis community:
HARDWAREIL i special dockage and federal aid problems .I May and December'! with It. announcing m ndidacy for reelection
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. Ship and yacht club news I each topped the months for total : as Tax'Collecto i the Democratic Prim- I !
.n 108 also will appear. i f number of permits Issued al-
_... ;i "' of May 4 with to state that it has :
... --. -- -- --'''--- though August $1000$ valuation ary /
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----- I 'for 12 permits was the high been a privileg tol serve the people of a .

f tit,valued\ month February with \
five permits for $4.BOO was; low. Martin County In t tnts office of trust .. .,

F' REPRESENTATIVEAGGRESSIVE Six permit'* tamed the last 10 :,
days of December Included' I have tried rty belt to carry out the

Fm C r J HtUr...n _..r *llM" ".lru
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>. .L'it lOT .e.Uon 4f. Irtmr responsibilities placed |n me and among ,

'. .leab rd,, Lew,>, OM ft .l I I I......., ..4 uiwlr i i.o the greatest rewards If my service have

p : I Iy .1'toh.iisu'$'.o::en,',Cn're 11,554.t.Ini.rt hr ::*M fatterv.h.d: 14'= I II been the frien ship and confidence of so .'

I sue 41 W. M_'' t.nulrr a0405a;...5. : ':,
I Lee: Hhrk/ 11 "mr.'. Uwk .n4 nM : I will ontinue HO do best to :
t: I .. .4 ,: t< kr t< t/t: mMnx: I II many my I

R" I m.ae.r., J. H 1. twmmb" ,.. H.,lwUuk/ .....r.rV merit this confidence -|and your support ;#, rte
Chdl.l.wn Iw. 11. Sims I. fa% tt -
lot < C+. riukt.n..-. U 000. I will be appreciated.L. /
'Nr "., J,*n K IXvIn H"tt. I.Illl. 1>!..!. ?
# p ..iH-tl.ble. I I.ut K. HlotV 1. (niw to I
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ly M n In U. m v J fnnt M HIWulk I
--I ..n t' > I (.., r........, 11,500.
44tfartii ..
Ca J O H .HI HPuMl.liiun! .
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I WATER' COMPANY'SREVENUE //KIC n
C. LITER

R '\ 12 ft PER.CENT GAINS: '' .

E'1'N Revenue at the Stuart Water
Company showed a 1].8 per cent'' aid Political! Advertisement
Increase In 1947 over the year :

before Mrs A.. L. Wortham .. .
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company clerk reported. Revenue I
.a in 1944 totaled $2627940 as B
D compared to 19471 aggregate of
$2964858 r I '
The company Installed 48 new I
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meters during the year and have
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eight, more promised as.soon as
c ? they arrive In the firm city I 1
1 hall offln The Increases bring I'

N firm the number to' '73. Mrs of customers Wortham of said the To the Voters of Maftin County .\ ,

On the other hind expenses'I
T showed f little Increase in 1947.
i The total tor the year Just past
Is $13.882(i M compared to that
Person Clique or Group ,.for 1948 of .$1J,067.35 or an i .t
Not Bacl by Any : in'l
Crease: of only 4.7 cent.
per .- Rumors to the effect that I amnot to b \a candidate; for

Jiereby nnounce My Candidacy: for f DICKERSOV PLANS nomination to tile office of Clerk of th\ Circuit Court '
!:VISIT NEXt: MONTH

County Representative In The Legislature: Jack Dlckerson, famous flyrod I this year are untrue.and I hereby announce that I will i =

manufacturer. and Charles I be a candidate for this office in the coming: ay primary
l of May 4., Whelan, tales manager ot the
mocratic Primary
Subject to the : Aluminum! ,Co. ot America Detroit I appreciate mcfet gratefully and sincere y your\, confidence h
office, plan to spend Feb I .
ruary here at Melalueca Lodge and\ .support hitherto and I trust hat I pave: :'o ,'' '

ENRY] P.LYONS .Jensen Beach ola'k is abrotherinlaw merited a contin: ante of these favors, \ i i .. : ,
also at Melalueca Lodge and I
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Dlckerson Is a friend of Rennle \1, .t
over a period of many year Yours for prompt and cheerful service ,i
O er ofYOI They plan to enjoy the. flycast- \ ryI ry--.
Ing while here. I y '

, *- IMPERIAL RESTAU NT AND :SERVICE STATION :$471911 FOR LIVESTOCK \ r '

I lae onvW.. Jan. .-Flortds "
VhereTasoline for less!I'' T\e World' Finest Milk Shakes! Florida's producer received a cash total J. R. Pomeroy
be bought : ,
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can of $47 MU1: for 3.832 cattle and .' ., I'.. ,
Liggett Plate Lunch Values! at\ 50cJ \ S831 State-operated, hog handled\and through 10 Independent five ....:q I'. r,4''I'. .:'. "'r,6',\/,, .\;_\ "" '1-11, 'I",,I,,' '''t'r. .
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"h Oily Buslnes. in Stuart and Martin Cbuntv which advertise this'' community markets In the latest weekly ,.

rom Kky;West to Maine by 24-\! ur sere ice\JO the million motorist on U. S. \. nit available for for which consolidation figures" wen In (Paid Political Advertisement) ;

(Paid P.UUtal Advertlneat> Jacksonville Office of Florida
State Market, a summary of operations \
released today revealed. I t
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I .- Florida Cities of Ful lure W'Fe'F:

lUSeANDS'AREFElED : Sh't4 :'

dRIDGE' : FIS11ThTI'I1( <,1 j : VisionJld Among Objectives i of Arboric .

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GASfW Tr'I"A ;>i : Lucie Region NIGHT '111 led From The Florida Clubwoman Trees" and'(IJHremenll =;f

I I ", !: to "Men of the
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1.. 11I"I"OIlTIMANIS"( CUAaplAN t'mtUKB.I '' ..nil Society of South Africa) BUY TAGS :
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?' County Talie. AC$T'- ACUI rRNKT tVOSS plug easthii' ..or.; i ty Kuesls entertainedn 'H, 'wca eat be likened to a world with ; 1 '
I 'I n ntvcred dish supper at the from their beauty and theimU .
'I(.1I :apart
kick wa nt (in) : i FOlKMWUrges
ing Stat "I> iflh'UJI.1 Warner doIng such ,, ,\' p Lrach home on SeWRu4'1'iit and contenti.lo \
l Mr. Berrm .r. '" 1)1 ."' in man's rnind, of peace Five p.m. today the deadline j
AT"K; "TIl, 4J ,, ":ft jiVi NI<(! i 14449 of oort'rivvs the tlshtrkWr.nu wit.MtI in 1)I'( > M "I "( of Monday t U1e matron'-class nisht when of meinbriv the- "" '" II I .1 the soil,with that tertility which\ we141 for securing IMS auto license I!

,', .1;, r1 ithIi' : !. \ ;t; 1.\ tl.. u.Itltnn will .p this''jtj :how to eoach d*lt'IjII. 'heiv> ,A'letlc ,", 1.1(I ,dh-"'.H( Methodist Sunday School tavet,1ml' \ I Ii' ": i it. ---. _, ... ._- I tags at the qff U* of TaX Collector -, Thoughtful Vie, I
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% ; ) txrcftskwal'y' during annual for husbands / f (oriaa are- I Starting tomorrow 1 '
; party 1 Kkkliu
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$ ), Jjh\ \\1\N\\ \ ; point at I time i II' I) ''norflng 4 L. C ontdealsofU,5.Government
..plln'I.u8 OWl* ) .,t \ I(4)41444.: 11.\i(\ then 02(14( from time % to teiwh, the ., ..6t'l- Y How sprint flower were, "I.' I'.y because. planted and cared, for indicate! cars without new tags j .
Pal : p Y.I( .::4 \ ''Milm tbs f ** ;ome, personal\ j ji I 1401*, : u*)>(i-lr, floral arrangements Ini I "8( r i 'i.I' :1'' ""11 Party beii.r. fl how vital they are 10 the Ute of I within the I
""witttacu1 )I ;: I ;: ,'t j i he ,. ( ", "lde-( ilW ali the state and of every individual,I cannot be operated
i ,1K: $$$ .Ie.( .fA"1I\ "I.UII\I.* j I lIPS a W* Jimi I'rcnvi( v '" 'ijpi'of dining room and sod porth, ., la ae- ,
tag
W< I 1 of supportin until the new Outlines of
r. : f1 'J"'i In It 4 State thlnklnj f
\ (" i ''Ai 1d ,'.*; KCCII was the gwst J Jii' fly (Uhinit w<- 1\',.1.144' ii'i' ; while the reception rooms eort- ,II' *
albls the St4tI tit rhd,1!( ,,' ," '4' '1,' ) '; to the h800$( nllIll,' ,11; 1 1'j'' \1 ,,ted with prayi of potnorttius. ( I i. 4 and( ( Apart from all their economic:!I cured although no penalty la attached 1 democracy minded Am
ld 4)rf41144 I' Ih\' ('ef I" 'U.4UI :,: .,j, ,, ?i"i to,,1 'tt*)'.>wi's; the champion'Wtwr :I Ida Game rrt' ,I"Wt"F"' Comi '(\Il':, '' ''::\\, anlll'lIl uses tree* play, an Important I I! otherwise for tardlnesiKlckllter's and of the Stuart KIwanis
ttl Ui1d21C.( Mich, and :i j jS : Mr.1.r (. 'lP441l' tr.o uwstal shade and I eight objectives for IMI
1d ,, lu "IIil.I, i 4 mission wfiU'H* hiw in effect, Mr. and est Davis en-,1' auc role In our liVeS aa { office reported neafJy -
I III.Ij.t"S "':*'l tkdtt-W* spends his'iCJirni's 'I!stated that it In W \Uwm( >T iiRalnidi( Crtolned! with Vocal numbers and i iMM. : rmail, 0'I, ii: (tr ("1 have beett| shelter trees and aa ornaments I j had been given by the club'ii new
14 r <, It l// \ In the trout country ofitoiwv the law t. sf b/i'.t.'u !.ir bttl H. Swtneleriurst and rljr.-. I ?U.,
VHEREAft'ti fc). frKi. Wj' \ a Mt hU. winters here. I' This was tiMMi' to' :\i.'u: ,;",!!iw H. 0. Thwysr conducted a :1,, ( ,;i" v ii'u' j, *i "javBtlon exotics. | need tot more planting ofIreel : sold by closing time Tuesday with the weekly noon meeting at

aQ* tti t/f'h4'r'1.<',\*'',mN' :(!( lill\I \",,I'IIIAMifjl. \ \'.'J.jijjjatjr'ijin' i-y 1411044 me to sreJi bfeara rem ) 5eWi H"raafti! t.f r\f iw ve4 games and contests aftr -;1 ITIW '." $W* 1 t'toN can be per1 by all sections of the state. !I at least 800 mors probable sales. Woman's Club Friday
*$ (1( ., I' \44'// '>\1(444I$1(1k.5 ( i I1 p11381 WhIch and'Ti' he I' teh whfe-h* ms(nwt I li", awr\ 141' ( ttJfh the open fireplace!;, n\ \ .' (U> K(,). "i'iiiy' with the It la to stimulate an Interest In .. -- Speaking of KlwanU tntnJUona's
4141uarI 'l\ly'/, :"'" J Yj'' \ d71,. if :.448(4114114414( many( years bait such WI'I:1U'l t i j.nfi) I'II i 00. were 'Used for roasting marahm p n..i-I t ,4tIftt' !II t". m certain tree-plantinc, among other ,, 1948 theme Mr.-Nan,
( rJ"'II'( 9'1') ( ( i" ,.," 'fl'M) Win\ of the most carp, wbidifBre ((013 l (IiJf r..I1 4 *llows sod popping corn. i fc.cos) iftftj' '1(1(111(*"( I Ire spite of I.U I It I.thlngi, that I suggest th; or- ,,. DIMES MARCH : urged big audience
4 114 84PI1I* t'J!4pp ''lIt'IQ "j\:" \ IIIt'\ 1 248424* I hl\Vtl ken In The tnonth wf t M.tivu, wit., be'' Othcrt present* were Mr. Thay- ,l'? .jJfKnttlos. % .indeed ganUaUon uf Uie Arborlcultviral what their Government
((1)14.414" '(11' Zl11h NV( l I'I' ,11'I(, J 11'; 1(1,4(441\ ( ).t'a.tI\I closed to bflM flstiln;; ",'111'1\1 a'' ifr, Mr. Swlnglehurst Mr, ) I ----1 Society of Florida, This new 10- : for and means to them IndltiS!
Inland jHanh. ml'j ,$ tiM'f"j.' 4)4' I'I' ) jto ./iny black ba 'Statement to the iviiis', ux- Mfs. Halph Hartman, Mr. and aod1 4 I< IllttilP181t511i10n4i0i4't5ltftll111i1Obituaries* : (( eiety would appeal ta the private'''' BEGINS TOllA Y ally as he defined democrae;
(the Jeri( .mStatr (4p(' ((-\1\ :, j((44,'itow',\ \('fww W Uie flyrod and I1 | sued by the conr/al( t It. Mr J. M. Phllp Mr. and. Mr. I'' !' home gardener and farmer and; freedom according to law L
( (* Rd lIl"!';.j;""'"i"" ,t. I t, \1410"i',4crtl tonhooked and reoI" -i'' Jan 47th. rh-ftiiU* *' \' ,a > : '.-- Decker,;, Mr. and Mrs L B be .concerned more with ahad? rule of the majority and a g*

q.t1e hII' ( ,I(:(I' 1'j' / (\ ) 'i "'"M >,,'\ day my guess II';' 'stood that at !eif '\" ,.f{ (thi* W\I1I<;. Mrs Franklin, aon ", > ; 'd: .fir.' jirr.) ::| t.hr )1" (44)414(44' ( 1 \\, I(44{ r'rj( I., ,, :. ,)II tr.Ui4)ii| :" ) M W' kept six the : t'ommbsloaera ui /i\\ ,;Coi- oletlmlnitiiis l 141244. wid Mrs A. C coursort, Mr. those grown for Umber or for Th IM4 March 6t blues got i KiwanIs bjectlTis
"_!'""$(( 4.14l14'lv.)' *\\',\., L1p"tfl1ptIVifltt1 .!>Wttt', ?.?eln,( about four pounds. the '*'j,':11NitiUJ l and Mrs. Harris Lowery, Mm. ALICE BURROJL Checking toll erosion, (although,,i 4 off Jta a whirlwind' atari. today 1141* j listed buildIng of spiritualmorel I

\\ (.'f.\\\ '.4h14'1141'1. I\.It( ; ftiWKfoai oeirtately sold me on this year dn Uu- i.tuuiula that tiniu U. Broolu. Miss Celia M. DIES AT HOSPITAL the necessity for these (Is r.'cognlz Martin County H. R. Stetteni of j character In the Amrj
Will (WoW 444 H *Il'IIr' ,1 1 Lj' 144144), itvwa*' tl1g in f10rlda -after' "bass are- so pletUHni' it I It- not' AtwOOd the Rev. and Mrs J. B. dJ and would do all It tpuld;', of the people promoting high bustu

for > Hd( Mrw'iui.\ ,( \ < i''v';. In''., ,(Ji< vt 11' ul 1>U flyrods..I,..tried necessary." Blimey H. 8. Halsey, Edward KBiullett. Mr*. Alice A *Burretl. a resjf !-. to assist other agencies. Robe Sound, chairman aald tills 1] ideals and ethics) and commlut
." \ 114)14414, ..1.1I"I 4,4!, 4U !"' {' .' '' '1' X.OJSll JSoi.i Mr. and Mrs. /. ,. Rich- ( >iu cm Uie) Swift POrk since, 'To discourage vandalism In I county committee, of the club to Americanism
.\ 8(4)4(44114* V I"''I t,. : ,1, , ( as the fund-raising I[' opposed to any other 'lam'
: I H#( Mr and MrS J. r. Bozone J92 riiwt Saturday, .night iat any form could be another aim,I unerring j 1,
4) PI'11dt < ',1 .f'' 'I I' II "" POST OFF' )M> and Mrs. George Ward Mrs, MmtM') Cdrun'y' Hospital Christian of the society. How often do we'' drive ihMklnl the 10th anntverrsary -!, The 'Stuart club's eight

that* $(w* 444" 'I(;:'' H t SIIRVEY : ., <;(iaj- McKenzle, Miss Syntna B.Totteu. SrtviKf tuieral services were'' He trees mutilated or destroyed, o| tho founding ot the JMational 1.,, rear obj.eetlv. he listed as',
1114 414) 11)44)4 4) t' Mr. aol Mrs. L. Van Ness.: '''conducted by J B. Pomeroy Tues- either by intent or accident thus Infantile I I per cent membership gain;

. : fI..r. WI.I1I."X'N'( ,II, I I., wlnJ If m POll" 0">) I BUSINESS UP? ; Mis Rutb Potter and Mrs. Edna 1 clay afternutm at ,Jorms. Mortui further depriving the state of;,: poiindatton for I[I 4 perfect April attendance
,' ,, ainounl* mi ("l"l Ln :; ,.1 ', I' .-. Coutant. {i ,. i 4 lu already too few tree*. 'Paralysis opened nationally |,,' sponsoring of two 1nt olub II
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parunent-U) W >fui-, 1 :' ,, grama; 'IV' promotion ol
.,' I ";14(1444( "f.rII1U.: and I Mrs. Burrell way born March''I FlorIdians are becoming more, "This1 year u n Ter before.
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,: of taw aw 80' ,. ,' > :id:$ iuate( dressing i I 10PERCF ; "? Mi'.''end Mrs. O. E.: Moore and 7. &, lit At1i%.vbiila. Ohio. i: "trei-conwioua," and there la an;I iJteftens aald. "this county ,II'I P |.1 anniversary week Ill\
heiwifliM '. 4tw 'timi-r !tacllltles forli Mr*, Raj pevllt have left tor fix !51' vifiml( by A son Allen Increasing 'desire for information going all out in 'the drive for per cent commit e reports;
CNwniy\ .t. "' if uvun In the gym- tneir home tat Athena Ohio after t ci j-.ilfti nty three daugh- about trees. People realIze': 1ulu10 care for infantile pa- i'a representative at the Lot
tWT, ihlili'count I! '
aw et* aed visit wills Mr. ters.. Mi\t, rd'.varrt Map of Stuart that tree-planting alone la not ralj'dis pat ten ti. From today lea national convention
if* 'im l i M.4 .H.i'iior High 84'l'IuoI. Ocoss postane oi-inu. ai lIe aud Mrs Barry ((del tt their Mrs. Martha Matter of Duluth sufficient that it la Important through Jan. 30 every man. woman every committee to glw a d
''t'ru.'loM""I'* .1, '. 1'1'\\1110/( and flntahing home on the South Federal High- Min and' Mr bOa Oil- that the right specla be chosen and child will have the opportunity gram, and III) evjrj ommiM
I the provl."ds 't 4 4I j' Stuart Ppat Ofllcc shuweti 4 10) 01
provMoii 01 l 1\ clrcula- War more of Sail Diego. thre brothers for their for their cU- to share in combatting\ to accomplish'one majc proM
I Resolution* 1 12*11 i.n'imi11M7 II per cent Increas" ,(\'(Intl 1947 purpose i He, alaot announced that d
nut installation which for th
: .8 t i three (.t'tcra. 10 iT.ndchlldrel1 matte and soil condition and a dread disease '
,
I' tied si P'lorl.1.tin-* On f.I'I iunicr( pressure over those for 1MI "o' < < < Mi And Mrs. Solby Glazier and and *ix ,'H..t.cru..ndcltll- that, once the trees have been past fire yean has bit the country board of directors baa ISI

IMS, and i 'iMi.ii' *lath loileU.* Ralph W. ttarttnan im'L' > :8.,; Mr aud Mvs- O. t. McDalllels OlLondon. Omen planted they should lie given with the greatest severityever honorary memberships to L it
..i *(ltn: St'lKK, S.OOO 4 wltneiwd In history t Barnes and H. B. Kraft and W
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tal sale 111 1M7 were 444 r.Sas < \ Ohio, have arrived th necessary care To meet this
I ,' WH&R'EA(4I ; i ,' ? ,HI' im-liide ade- compared to $,24: :1'' .'< 1I>' \,) >;H'i/l Use winter season wltttiiv j (a 4M-sON; demand, the society) could have The 1,948 March of Dlmrs Is In authorized Secretary H UTtiflet
I questi-d tu.n.i( ;' .44.44\ "lid heat year before. ; W, 2. Carpenter on the4IU13 J' JL I fi'ittjwujcidorty,' winter a body of experts to advise and full swing throughout the natIon and Carl A. Bridges I M .u
J clalvv vlI'hl%' 4'I' '1.: .u'irt remodeling( renujcru ( Stuart paaictl And ills I to every one i the midwinter conference ,
q ( sway up
F3444r2 HIghway. juslit the In all! their treeP5ObIema
SaK, : durlMt f> 1I\'ffII/,1** 1)4)4)444.) 'I (touili"K; ) ''or lh\ white tff iti hl. rtot'p,411 9t mi* 8o I.: tlllf, 1U \w.'Jj'' ( 'iI. I'' ;, \\(1 ;, Wturt srfiooti iwaaj "Christwas% ,rush'' .:were UK' l>wntt \) '. ,1)-t.oeWIn; !S,Wstot* >*fltetoiww cam* l f f j ithla! campaign for funds tor 'the club had tout gua
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arrived addition
't. ., .x ei1'fl (111.l, 'J ,, (0,, '. "'JttinttfUM mrgelnty. last In the society couldH "
:: ,in the Oficel142ct4r1i vnt.% s l here troO'f T181O$ Nltto, and ipolie(U.1JI'over the top, Stef-
I I \\' Ue .tst' 111481* 1 I' wit1t *toit* win Lakes; Ohio to' build up a referince library of _
f. I44PU1tl1O4a are ; 14))f *t148 f.ldM.( lIlt, 1 1b H. .. !\1' P113 \::1JOI'$tw. aft*.ir : Ulan eltb11(4 214 w14u'.444112! a UMrUr 1th her, *nwthu,'-0' >*JII"I', ,?pi)141414'4Wle were book about trees: their nomenclature -' Infantile ,paralysis Is costly.! One A hearing will be held by.flsalda U
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: > ,_. ",, )5 ,\ I"I"H'' .\! 'a. i'illl'( ''fw 'IWttlt? ( 1411144| the pcwta e te2 I *'Ri $MZO(' I, 44f14* .).fW Peitieroy* and Mr}. ''not kro tiV Whin : Tlie Stuart and culture; their place'' case aloiijnny require up to '. Railroad and Public aHies
,' $thtfl444s4'444)44.I ( \ 'I' 214444414. Her husband vili Joh In flfc and legend their historical "-
; !4' .u./'Ited a. ; at the Bupn
., I .444 ruts ,rteAI(1OGAT\\ M.. lift here for the 44144)44* (44413 to Jnllt, $10,9X>0 a year. Thafa far more Commission
ulllt'.rtMH1) I .' "II P ijnmmciidatlon ) last week. ef lb) .' and geographical significance than nlivr. out of 10 people can Court Bldg in Tallahaue lit
vahU\Ju.
,((4. 1fOW 'J1I.'J\t1' ((4 'i 4 maintenance* fIM'tnIIT"rlTO.IitttGl:4NT f \\1"ll'r Glt.\* CtA.'V ,OAitSTE4)4TATIVE141r5ET ; th; story of the discovery afford. With each and everyone 27 on the petition of the rail In
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I' ., "- "-- and Introduction of etc.
iii exotica
\\f', ISQLVU' U\ I' "' P. effect.ii.v IAJI/H( /!( of u, doing' our share put- operating intrastate within FtaWa
I p" ," ,'\) IM.' ', .414 J\\IIJHtI.ll r"ill\t'lll) utlft! .kJOt'fISH.lEADERS There it very little literature on tint our dimes{ mud dollar, on for reconsideration of.
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'" ;, (1(111,H', ,.< ,It\\ft\\ "", _tl& !..' I.i: the Florida aspects of these rah- the line ilurtng ..' twp ws ks. cepUoris In Order No. lili
.,1' ,, ', ; .,); \' '\'_ '.,' 4'!4 I\f.t\ft 001* 111! htt14I1111 444.) Jall. 1'11. ,: '. Tte% Il14(43toaU i( ... \; Jams A further function of th*' should inlantne iawwliSM sWIke their application for iniriM

", ', ("' {:(i 11II1t iI J ''''''4:'.''.',: ;,' 4' hI (414141444411444141(11 t14 Is'- IldlJ 1214113 tJtr.I"mIl1l1I"' .1 i I el-dr1* by ti '4'e. Art GuIld uppity could be then. W collect here tlnf numgt' ths.will Intrastate passenger farei.ps
Y' itAt 1134 4h4s44."fl4) "
: ,'I ',; '/' ':I '!,"'i.I\ ',;J" ,.414'I ', .I '\i;) : t111 { )**''Ij\ '>" *t.p24 .; :4.8414(4(' ,t 04e (2.(1"I\. ."."In'11tst4)Ny'4'1211tont' MUst '* Wept Itaufi441ll4 Here"- ttifl m duecourse/ publish In- be eooWi to **i bffis,. rlW and sleeping cars andcoachw.
3214'ed ftirmatlo4
about treea in
tilts
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" ,i: ;. 'i' : 2C\" / FF.t%\ f. 214s'tu44111", '4 I" i Jar whomevr: May Sla( .ckB& and on their
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I .\1 ':- ,,'\ .. 4: '44* It ,4! ;.,4(4' 1 4.Pim111 ,I ,/ ( i"i}! wfiw **. _. *\'* Cd'lt<': 14) yesPa.aidd ..ifno 185441 1 f'fjitall'Hly Ctate. Here each Individual member .. --? --1r-- 1, general increases m ctraiu
b .31.4(1( .I i.l ," W .!>!!* Q t the heavyt that when Jitt retired from tale, 1Cjt'l.t't.% ''f .11404 4 at tM high'sb44ol. could a.1111a1 by sending results freight rates and chajjHKS.tASUERRETlRNS.;
t. ,;\/ \ \ ; {, I <, r', \ 4 .tT wlMWt I indebMdness i ade4 3toa 19(44044( \, 1."jO'I.ItHI' ( ,LiiHtrtOQl business In Chtca*} In. e1414411)tuTh., Pre *dent II. of his own experience* .. '- "-'

'1"f ,.\ t4)14i4'i'P',' ," 'I" :144)344)8612: ; /1' ," U\"tfl"\ "' 4 J 113.1114.114158: an being the 1 omM\P/i41 ilt 1 ;W'tfl vtmjlt1I ,1214d11114'14, ; 4 4' Alt'MU'ih t134tor) Chance C. enough. Tq| understand and appreciate Mrs. Leah Lslurr'etind' *
(, "4414' for Marti' W the ptv.t"II11,11): (( : \t\1t I\ 1444.8 csaUrd (s of t"11 trees it U necessary to .i
: .' lIld' PIIi" HI" : I".n For 0 fears or 80 Bishop wasu.viWi' York City department store beor
04k1t11(434',( .. 4.: \I uf 'tewda (0144'l1(4i14411f43U 'j'japjoval .eicllc-4) ald I.Ior\tt' .",\11 1144% upf .in th* amusement world j jwhi tot ill; l'' 1{1,1,(,<, o.nIlJ\Ioaald .,- study the living tree to l*arh Will. Receive \ arrived Tuesday for he in
'> ';' "= ;,.: ;!" : ,,1,4 :. ,, ;) ol pwal ''t4e"p341ltot, $414544- ito Included operating a nKH i iJi .tairsal'. nc$14ige will conUnue'Mcty '' thf feel of its bark and the Ms- "Inter season at the Stow \i
',1 : 11444 the 'Iton* are b (14t4 1t 11441I ,1flm\'ll.ri' lithe "WindWt'ity. .ViiiixScT( ar.d' Wednesday tureo, of Its leaves the, color of I
_1t *lIti"', 1444 S', 4' ta picture house i.
tl 4' I"m ((44(4"; / [ 4 : ,' ,r :4< ?44* ,=: a. u't pOs.s1s2021 144 H," %IfIl', #, (II' fascinated by some of the I 1. raghtat '',:10 ?C the Woman's'' P its( flower and the' pattern 'cf\:Service Key \1 I OIXT BOCBAM SET

'{ 187 'Cllrt.l1"" ,", ., >Wfi ei: (me needed tmI I, leadershrfp.neatnj m11t)11M"( ( ) II \11\. ght-ofthand artists he used)Club tLtrouali this month and : Its branches against the sky To i' Th KebHtan and Odd tel
I, '" N$14 11'\)11I (tl:, ,\u nurte in the nearj I s.er ctepl'lUIiO'llt'O, ", oth IP observe on the stage. Bishop I i[I next Hovriicr the presentation this end the society could -ar- Lodgs: will hold a Joint I Iatallfttlon
", qa.rt ''I (.'1'.,' I Ii, *IMlld'nr.! voted.' I II. It eseeiula) chlur.c'4.4' % ,'. h)klit niaiflc Wrn&clland he j)!1 dates u'iv mows back because rang visits to local gardens and The young man from Martin ; of otficera at Ww

1G.lUltp p.n ,i.-i.wrf :the ficllltMa1.mnH \ Cade' ArbO44llth \!, ( 1, '.1' hIss aa an amateur entertained j jxiAiiy uI Lotlo". ltO44l1ii' ether places of interest aa that County considered by a special'[I man lull Monday night!
j 4'. 1(821 44(13.4.4.4 % OlIn afterward Ing in cleft ent'tii, i "11 II "II.( : I Uittei *in Stuart t in luct* 'I: 'rh :>.\\ 1e413414414 meelf.n It' members could see trees growing I I three-man committee to have'''I --. -
;4' ,. 1 ym"'II," 41 !! : .1t, u. :ii ..SHUI\ ( (outlay portion then flridtC.1o"'i 14314141414lT0i % 4(41: manner ot. social enwrprlfes-'.Wuiiin, Ciuu* Pel. 9, 8Utfen I iequlremnuu their economic Importance -;, crevIce during 1947 will aafoiir osWfiartioN orI
I, /it.re, $$( *'. :', ".lt l'( prugram hind ,I.dV .. ., and c.tifltabley'n" and only j mJcil! : II. ,a\y.i( wotf ,MinHinced( and anything eUie of be {presented a distinguished ser1I '!I II CITIZENS MM Or STIAJ
'; 8h4 ,*'4r,44) 44' ..tditHiomU local 59'1t'S M\'f/\: this Post Christmas was chauffeur ;(thai rIte (404414-445414 mtMioal U> be interest about them from one of I yce' award key at the dinner of t., ." of ,- .,.
"\t":'" c1888131844fl j :( 1.'; .>\ !Ii',' for that purpose If. PER (TNT AT (TAft( for Santa Claus when that I>'4 cpon ore ., f
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: 2 1')'.' ; tniwelteneoua recom- Florida l.ah; '",, i tilt in ntat conxmunity.. '> lectures and demonstration -; ,. !!,-- was the abandon- > I' f ,', CHUSHOLMk Tlw selection will not be 4 554) bP tI
: 3481401444'. peroentaw of% (IT>J FUhing U Bishop's great *sport; I re- l' I l 1
"I 11401411 1.. ;: vt? school\ at Port May- within taih( 1: pui-: ; Is4'rvlce i ,'ii;1 I' u&i1 Ushlng that first bronmbi'lum I,ELECTED 0IKECTORMl. The value of Indigenous trees I j sealed u01114| after dInner Prest- ;' 5se 558 It a D..w44144 -'

,.' .ml'h( (4' '1 "It;,.rting of Ju 10 arrsrrtHir\ to v, ,'14 ,11 to Stuart and it la fish-Ins; and ahruba would be appreciated ;dent Ben A. Redding said. It Is''I \h) 5(141., .14 n's1.I
1(14(2(4'( ( .1, t liu.iuntwiim. The surj T. Sowte'r 1'P.lr ,t,;$l'l. ,.!".Hrr. that his niany guests of uxlstf %. Rr"Cliiaholm( dtughteri by the society, both aa gard-n i being\ made Uil* week by the ...rs.w. u- .
(L; If( .1. j ,(in-tucJwJ B L MA rphfJt. in his avion, 448'! "r t >)1f( .,1111 $'fl1( the most while they ar'i tot Mc. An lift* Oiteholm o( Stuart. aubJectI and aa an Integral and commute composed of Senator : ;, '".f' : sItSC.l.. I II

tax i\olnll.) ., :"1. r C mj>bell,4 Pope Baird department jirotreta :lot-'' rear.j eluituig hlin here Be owns and 1'' waS elected .a director at large fast disappearing part of the Evan Cnu-y.:the Rev, T. t. Oeart,'I :; 4 i.,, :., ,to :,
((Untp.I. ".4 ", ,\ j stevena. ;j More) than '-!riw'tH OIl! )sO- ruNs a Jfl-foot cabin cruiser I j jot I the Flmte' Restaurant A Florida'landscape. It would be and George Keith. I '.t',4h,5' .tIUC5WI :
V 10m 44.1! 3/\-, 1" i plebntlhs'toteinu1'r5b4Local '\ -I fee .very much honored to,;i 4 tot tlou *t it* convention In;, prepared to assist In protesting ; Erected last week end under''I II I 14 Irt.i, .
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1 ,1 OVEMENT SOUGHT h aitti ','.. 'M lIe 'i MlfWu .T 4-7. The occasIon our natural forest'resources and the of ''i ,44dhl *
III. ; .I1" \ public ij( \\s.\t been elected president c14'4 un vaa auspiees the Jayeeee was "7. .I f '
thO'11\ ) """ .QUr" ISLAND : the national flfturiS j' '444444,141-1 rir;( *atlftsh dub." Bishop sayk. n (K"Uw n elh>K of the 8UW or- In encouraging peopb to. cultlvate ,a lcoinJng .lgn of the ctty'a : ,- I454
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"ifi"1,\ cent, he 14(41,40'.. 'I liunesUybelieve the club Ube 4Q)141141t4'P( ) ) mid ihr {Southern'' native tree* in their gar' south lImIts olt U. 8. t The sign 14 545 55.1.-4,0' 4414I If-
114444, ,' "i. n tu lI.-niu an 1m.ir.ont A natiunai( .. UMKUU'vo orIUln" Smart's greatest asset It :'., resUunw H ft ur nl convention I dens. Some of .theose.Jch aaCiUacim was made by King Signs and located ( '44..* 5.ss 45. t'
V: (13'' I ,;.,:\ .. anuoctalWn on South all* cpuutiis mid to eeaaoUdat promotes fishing here and aa .a 'land I exixaitton of the national '' offitinal. MagnclUaihel : immediately south of the:, :.,' ,, '; "I.'"'
n;... 1'4)13S D Ai" HI t .ipiXMttte fort pierce Har- small. dM--<.')tj- health tsult brings people to Stuart" Restaurant Association.1 Cordla setmtena. and Tctraiygla cutoff road from Road AlA over ii ..' =t: 'I
I $4444'(4( IIII""ltil( ( uS>ie held at Alexander departments slk( rIM! r', ntJ) by Mrs Bishop has become so fond I Attending tram Stuart wire blcalor, to'' mention onlya toS.l. A sign oaths north :
Ihl IttlI (4.n ,1148pm tonight in the American Mcckxil 1 and nf Stuart that she does not rvm ,Miss Chlsnolni and her mnthvr few, are well worth growlBS tilts U tbe tiVr immediately I 55.4,5' : s'plMe' 40

t, IH7JI ( Forti i''American Puotie Merlin '''Cj'- enjoy( going North summers. Her sAd MIA' JranetU and Rc12eI although they are rarely. seen in north of, the Roosivelt Bridge ",.-. .".... ." .
"0'i t tin- drive as chief' tlon. finds Ftotuln S14ti';\ 44414,4.1) !:U*ban4'1 fraternal affiliations ; mary Was a ho are employed gardens. I WIll erected by th. city a few .r i"j
\i, f ; .f :' '4.4140144042 South Island en nxMitle ttv" vi l k I'" i :u. < e I h,,r'wdt')' tfce American Legion. 40 U dIbhtllrn'" The importance of th? radio asa ft 1 weeks ago to ''replace an old one ': 'lot.1:1.. ,

I ',I ,' ( 1P1'rrc 1 Br.ich Oe- partnwi.U l.v" "nt this1'iiUi, .ma t the Slirtnera and tlu Sitan -.. means of reaching the people' ; .. uaeut I 5di.
iLOj: \ ., 110' Company. C. D. Alex- Beach and Cltrux. Are In ihe p u- Yacht Ctub. .j KID UtOSS CHirTCR ,,I ls well known,' and I It U hoped'I I re4 ;: .: IseS '
8)411 E BTraubandE.O.Den- ; cess of organiiiiii! departments OFFICERS: ELFCTIDI that broadcasts on arboriculture KREIDER RESIDENCE ... ,n"" ,."" '

t '\1' Among their objectives is''''and' some of the remaining\ flvi STAMP TO RECALL I I -, i 4 will be arranged, especially for i DESTROYED BY FIRE ',:. d :.:1. : '
rt8T .''uUiwi! ivf $tats Road AlA I I counties* are expected W tame in DISCOVERY GOLD .I The,of wly-r*:lfd off keen for children, who after all will I ".,...1... _. ",..L 1
J R 14011111414'I4 i I'.> i.iiind to the Martin ]I before the year's end M-snir. IsI U:rUn County Chapter of Red] bmeftmore from tree periling SATURDAY AFTERNOON .1." Ua4sd no 4se
j .me to link up lit! the ,i one of this five !prow $? \nuodured *t the trup- > today than will the present generation I : :''f.t'"j.: : II,"'
( The South '
1414144cUw14y I i I
( f Fork ,
I f home of Mist ,
i worth from the ocean I 1'11.11 t of sale of 11110 .
( ,\(' :4.4' ; \11141 ; day lila I ter'-n anuiul meetlnt FrIday of adult*. If the children Viola Krelder, R.K., .., 'A'' ..210513 I .' ..1 ."
4" (nOJ\JtI.1 ." 1" : :,< ropxued bridges from NEWS STORIES 00 '' 'Jct airmail itamp'lnitU' : iKlyiir, ( |lortItto'd C. TraiU can be shown that trees belong;Ipletely destroyed was com- ; :"' : .. ..;.
by tlrewllhtalt 4-'I
; SfOJlR 0.11OAD "' 41 I w (44444114121414,1 project In :} TO 17 CITIES was being I heJd In Vh 4m ftn. Ofors; P. Hlrunlmui. to the nation and are of theutmost ; Its contents. ,4 I, ,., ..', tlH"
Saturday afternOon -'
AND II;' I .1'1 I.!- t bete owner have recogd j Washington, D: C., today as ih*,,( vk4ieIawlvutan: Mrs Bola H. 'Importance to the wll- H -
Di1S1'lRt4'I .i )iIIIaIl development value. '! On? or snore ne*er stories Post Office Department for the JTraru, ceeretaiy(; Fred 8. Rue, being and prosperity of everyone l-rank jr nouaeguffst ). Lucy 1'.1.: IMlfLITIU

1 \( : I I about local flshlnt 'tK tent 4IIit first time In Us history sathor-!treasurer tind Edttrd Uapp p. they will be more Jar-sight I,jVaji from Michigan who, also recently lost arrived I :,':; '1, s44o'

: .Yj 'f "L 4'.14$ 3tt6A'14tZLD'cn44s4t4ner i last week to tIle follnviitsr cswmunities toed Issuance ot such coll adTlu .- St Hudson! 'UID tn* Be'. T. J. ed than we are. They will cherish 1 all of her personal practlclally beLong- HI. .. .. ..;.; Aa,'
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': A TEST Kenneth' ; 111'dV.eII i Otary illrvto) ', JleporU on the more than w.j do the wonderful ,. -4 4'--"
I' j R PMJ'I ,, '. iMialrinan of first" aid PhDadelphia MaMitltlc, 'f,.", ; department's next Issue :Jtreiiwry, aft* s-Uirtties irf chap trees already In existence and The" two women were f ,'ori;,,.. .4 : .t
"1 Its svrt$r> ; .clotnt7 Bed Cross Chapter.u York Fa., Newark N. J. UT -t tU W a 3-cent pnrpii stamp I 140(34100* ..nd- roramltttee* ,, will plant more for their sueeeuoni from a afternoon returning .'
Jensen Kv trict Sc.i1, Irt"Jlltu *i.ilaiuue tn first aid Baltimore Mis* 144)444,41, fhe lOittovery 0 f gold in Oill rn*pu r> I I.-UACH' dortng* the 'Arborlcultural Society of a blUe well under- and ar.l;
I, .._ '.t(4u144t5 W start next month Aria.; Maeoni, O*,,, Wt11sI; Ohio, ; lurriia. The stamp vUl have flrst Sesem:1, : huoric11e, Fknlda would visualize a Florida of their neighbors. way. Efforts (.:i' .4Ar t tI. .:":-.' It41.s'
UNl Rn st'IIIDUI.Ui ':4x',14 t1)teOued (Uiould con- Lima, Otito; Marioun OI1lTc lay of asic through the Colon, ." J,' '.4: of the future of cIties with Uve- dene KrMder Mrs. and Mrs. : :; _MI,
8,4440 I at 41.W.II' ronto Miami MutiusvUle.. Ta. t7lI1, Foal Office on Jan.14. Ar- \\llt lined and. Mr. and Mrs ; ,,:. ;
i Babsjc P*r|. Mr \: u I MACK QCIAUrrTHIfchasser' > streets and shady parks; Edward tap, failed to extinguish ,.1.' L05s14 '
._ Roger W. Baomn'. mi.. : and New Tfork CRy ( %'"** tortontally and printedby Rtohard A. Hack i of highways with bread belts of ,. the blaze or to .14 ;= ses4
dents of Mounts* '\) .,<. \ ,\ .II'ttOsn, I vbe rotary prtas process It"Ul uf Coral( 1 n..l>l< tiMMWltfcd her trees alongside; ot farms with thin a few piece of save snore :
household ;z. :
for wort Ulan 4'1 i ..! ,1' tf J i.*lt Church choir "UUTOI* depict AnterV Mill and will th.r (hi- 14. .1'!' <; .:.iHfjr to mceeed .ornamental trees shelter belt Roods. :
I *IU ipoosot af Pl44..1t .4: '; arc-sentSorred. Music I State Welfare ell) 441 r..t4 1UI" b iwaent in sheet*.of M Col- ,'.. Fonda Railroad and wwxHots; of children's Kretder I 'I : I.
was tiurse :
I pjiwWic *leetMKV* tut '41.44)4.', ".i.u'twtx\ tnt ceoswfie* *," arrangy -''tun vvbt M (1M p-t<,U ," t.irs Vniirtug ANt day ttft r.rul p J..itL'(u.;'Hi Cdtnmliston.Hr plaigrounds that are ahde.d ,I Wortd mMlss War t and to In r'., : I, ".
citY'I \II "(* (I>* .. ( y Si* 11.44. '.,0. AWrlrtgeati Martin County N jv-' "'". ''I srnd) not more than it I/ > 'uj| H u \ cotnmUslon- from the broiling sun and proteeted '*]:i 10 years ago to came live Stuart :, : : -
and 1814 *,* ,*rbeQt 'rot uwsh attfO pm. Sunday. I 114Q'af( boat* .**:" ,' 11 tmijsteT In SacramtnUiT er l U't>r, "IIM.I-, i to Ute the tram -winds; of trees' 1 brother on the riverfront.near her 7'' : ,
fJI 1iIMh1t\r'1 rirn- .%..-...- led 4dsj. )4lY'(414)! .mtr which ibm' ,.: .;:. Dpuglaa. wrests and plantations growing member of the An'acme I 4
t'.' 11434TW11Z8R4 (>iT.irrv *IKi"' .!\I.Hde* to nIalol \ herrver It la possible and practicablt. ', abe LegIon to, "
= to u.Webber' \:: ,,*"?-.4 aareM Johns Post Mr aIM M. i( .r .1'1ti-kr' stamps, wip .51i U f O MEET It is too much to hop: of Auxiliary that organization.to past She president 1M&astLi11d.t I
Collejf-* j%, r" '.norli'Mii l.fglon. aw asked nhelmer han ti'hlrL1e' wJ:1.tI. ( not be' acct'ixed' 1 TV', T "t.-t 4 rib win meet at for-to work toe We think not lug temporarily la liv ;;
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I and will be '":.! .4' '<',* \ .11 Cast 6th St head- 'borne hi lILt 144)4), N Y a-: for payment and enve. Ii r i- : '!<"rfTapieDie bat to da Its part in bringing her fcrotber and wife home of ,
46.1 I prri Saturday leT '.11 1 .' I. ., "- n&ralued should be sMftd but plans I?
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Ilum.( : ol 'iI!> : 41(4)4" ytn Mondayfol4111dlndta1- this dream to realltj sorb a sotlaty to move into the home 11 e'eebe.
flb' 11114, i "." 4 uert4 ou the < the hoir.i, ." ', \ and of the enlthajy U>* c !! :' would need UM cooperation Attce Sorrel of Mrs ..-.

"\, ,Wtnnesheuu ". 4145 j.iAi i. pucuj U acvtlmdL.1j and aupport ot all Flcrtdlani died Baturday night.neighbor who ,
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TH STUART NEWS,6TUARTMARTIN, COUNT, FLORIDA TBUKSDAr, JANUARY 15, IMS fACE SET t

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OCIAL NEWS and Happenings. g the WEEK News lumi for this> paper rant Wednesday reach the newipafol*' 1:111R 1

IfTUART! .'Mitffiu1N: ; Society Offto Editor rhon 9f* :


TREAT CLlJBTHVRSbU eon at Andy Ttlrau $t. Lucle CHRISTMAS ROSES, Mn. R. 'l0. Knapp hat II her last week. Mrs. Jones li a sister>? :

ITS I Grill last week the club member Bishops Have GROWN IN SNOW, PEO Meeting HomeDemonstration I guest for the taaon MrI Martha In-law of Mrs Franklin Jones oj I JR I
h* Thursday meetings of the continued the party at the eenter -, RECEIVED HERE Jones Qf who arrived Port Bewail
I ChrCO! I I
tch Treat bridge player at High prize award vent. to .: '
Civic Center continue to In. Mr.B. 0,JudJOn,Mrs L.t,Ashley Many Visitors Miss Syrena B.Totten of Way.,' Hears Story

ut In popularity a* the Ma I Mrs J:. K. Mason and Mrs":. land, V. T, who 1 Is spending! the Notes \ i -

advances. Following lunch George Hudson From North winter at the France Apt. was Of BrowarJ Jensen motor Rep Ir ,
I the recipient ot box of rare / By MISS LUCILE INSCOE

Tear-around hospitality at the I through Christmas In trees good which condition came by The PEO sisterhood met Jan. Winter i II the time to think REPAIR ALL MAKE CARS' ) ';:
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Meal
Bishop home on lat St. and
TO OUR FRIENDS IN MARTIN COUNTY S with Mrs. Earl J. Ricou ashostess about Improving the appearanceof ''
Atlantic Ave, has reached the i airmail. I BODY'and FENDER' WOK f ( :
at her home In Eldorado
The the grounds around the house
pure white blossoms bloom
winter season open house period Heights The business meeting Attractive plantings often tit AUTd PAINTING '!?i
'VISIT US IN when friends and former business only In the cold climate and are: can F
associates make their annual 'often found under the snow was given over to discussion; of managed with little. or no cash "

( treks to Florida. Mr, and Each bud li protected by a small routine matters pertaining to outlay by using wild shrubs!:: r
OUR NEW HOMFCorner Mrs. E: J. Adklnson of Chicago green bract. As the blossom chapter Interest. vines, or young trees or by ex R. E. BRIGH ,t
hare arrived for their fourth season grows. the bract U left on the Th fourth of a series of articles Cbanctng'cutUng.' ,bulbs or seeds ,
to be their house guests for stem below. The flower consists Florida I
Orange Avenue two months. Adklnson Is an of five petals and a golden center on prominent with neighbors. --- ---- t.I I
executive In the labor circle of The stems are sturdy and men was given by Mrs. C. R. First, ,make a plan, Think of I 1 { I
'. and Sixth StreetSILVER the amusement Industry In Illinois. [ measure about e Inches in Ashley.'Who'had charg of the the plant In masses rather than HOWARD 1
For Pierce length The leaf resembles a program for the evening, This as Individuals. Plants known to 1 UOHIsfsON'SFAMOUS :
Joining the quartet Friday band with\ three fingers and a paper, covered Interesting and, be adapted locally usually prove ; ,
were Mr and Mrs M.Skeffingtonof thumb The plants spread and I most
instructive facts In ,the life of satisfactory
Miami and Mr. and Mrs David the foliage makes verdant bed I ij
a the | For those who are making a ICE CgEAM It
Napoleon B. Broward, fourth :
Day of Lantana for whom the In summer j start perhaps the best place to
Bishops entertained that evening The flowers were sent by Miss Florida-born man and the sec- begin Is around the foundations] ,
with a dinner party at the Stuart: Elizabeth Meade who, with her cond native of Drivel County to of the house, Choose plants that 1 THE ICE CREAM (ITH A PUTATION ) :
Hotel. father, visited here at the Salem become Governor of FloridaBora j have spreading and dropping II
Arriving Saturday were Claude Marsh home while on a tour of of lowly, In branches that almost touch the I STRAWBERRYPINEAPPLE BANANA.I I : .'
PALACE'.PHA E Holme, of the Chicago staff Florida. parentage I (round These give the effect I II r
1857, and becoming an orphanat \ PEPPERMINT
Of RKO, and Mrs. Holmes, who of tying the buildings to the '
were en route to Boca Raton for MISS ATWOOD HOSTESSTO the age of 12. It was necessaryfor I ground, Many people make the'' VANILLE--CHOCOLAT: UTTER CRUNCH I'Ii, '
the season WSCS CIRCLE Broward to work his own way 1 mlstakeof using small pines or; '
Mr and Mrs Sam af- Miss I CHOCOLATE CHIP CARMEL I'I'r r
Meyerl Cella Atwood was hostessto to Success. This he did with| cedars: for foundation plantings '
rived Wednesday from WUmette the circle of the Methodist ,
MACY In a few years they look more COCONUT PISTACHIO
credit, beginning with odd Jobs
111, for three weeks at the Pelican Woman Society for Christian like trees' than shrubs '
after spending their first Service Tuesday at her Camden until he became Joint owner of If foundation planting has already BUTTER SAN I. \,
M. CENTERner Stuart visit with the Bishops last Ave home In the atoence, of steamboats conveying mall and been done there may be I! .
EC season Meyer owns a chain of the president, Mrs Edna Cout- passengers from Mayport to one or more unsightly spots In) TAKE HOME'' A ART TODAY'1'
theaters In Illinois where Bishop ant presided over the business Palatka Becoming Interested In the yard where plant can be
operated his own theater before seed on.A benefit, .pa&hettllup.. politic, he was elected as Sheriff used as a screen If these plantIngs Quart $1.00 Pint 55c t. {
retiring to Florida to make a per at the church was plannedfor of Duval County, and later are cared for for the first !}
Phone Fo t Pierce 51 sunshine headquarters: for his Feb e. ... a member of the Legislature three years they will almost take'' -j1
northern friends. Miss Atwood was assisted by I. Broward became Governor In care of themselves afterward.I
Fishing the Quit Stream and her seller, Mrs Emma SUson 1905, and during his administration Keeps weeds out and dead wood<
the many tributaries of the surrounding in serving at a social hour which; I' he recommended to the Legislature trimmed off,but do not cultivatetoo I BRUCE anfHARRY'SOn '
waters will highlight: : followed the monthly meeting "State aid for common much around the base of the tl'I
the entertainment of their guest Others present were Mrs. A. C. I school,a compulsory school law, plants i I I!
I but Bishop welcome sign reads Courson Mrs Esther M. Rhodes. uniform textbooks, regulation: of It Is particularly desirable to U S, No 1 a n antown Road ;;,
The Recreation of Your Choice Mrs Luella Woodland, Mrs B. R, 'child labor, paved highways, the let the leaves that drop off In
and he specializes In meeting the Smith, Mri. O.Halsey.MrS. Evans Inspection of foods and drugs, the fall lie on the ground: underneath I The PlaJc tb Stop I ;
variety of requests. Crary, Mrs C. W McPherson, and the reorganization the i the pfants The leaves .
Mr and 104,... Roberi"8Cheekof : Mrs.I.L.Deck: ,Dr Abbott Mor- Institutions of higher learning will rot and make a valuable' or r
Nashville have returned for ton,Miss Mary Ames.Mrs. Nettle I The Buckman bill of 1905 established mulch on the ground Stable I
Fine Food aid Service
another season at their winter Cockrane and Miss Syrena B. : ] the present Florida State manure makes an excellent Supftr III
I estate on Bewails Point.HEARINGAJ Totten college l at Tallahassee and mulch. I ,
Q Gainesville While all of his If the area near the home Is II
Z 9'Z E SERMON TOPIC, GIVEN I recommendations were not perfected rather bare the tint step In : i
( USERS! pr Charles A Cannel will in his time, he Is credited beautifying It may very well be I '
URCtSS .miWS,... speak on Blessed Are They That with the Initial move, and higher planting a few trees. Ornamental ,r rto
wseofy Mourn" In his series of sermons education received Its first Impetus trees native to South Florida YES HAVE IT !
Fit all s merle. on the Beatitudes at the 11 ajm and took Its first great or citrus such as calamondln orkumquat !
Presbyterian Church services at would be January
f vy frees our step forward. "From his efforts good. -
fresh I IH the Woman Club Sunday Ernest can be traced laws for the protection lea e:1n: for: moving I
Davis. will sing "Come Now these Florida Smalltrees
of fish, game and forests, RUBBERTILE
ltr yFI t TI' RADIO and and Let Us Reason Together" by and one of his greatest achievements are easier to move and
Stebblns. I the much more likely! to live I
of
PPLi CE COaTUALLT was the promotion
Everglade drainage, with the
Mrs W R.leach will leave tomorrow I development of a tl.000,000 ormore Mrs. George D Ounn returned I f your floor !
for Atlanta to attend a : land i to her.horn la Jacksonville Friday -
of
productive :
acres
I novel benefit flower show, calleda Mrs_ Ashley reported.The having been the guest ofl i and
straw brunch sponsored by the welcomed its the MUses Anna and Tens Ounn '
chapter as
IF YOUR HOME, CARGE OR OTHER' IN E Atlanta Flower Show Association guest for the evening Mrs. Lee for the\ollday seasonBeOVckToTreaf. SHEET RUB ER
for the March of Dimes. The
exhibit
Cotart Jr.. of Little Rock who! Is
BUILDINGS NEED REPAlMDR REMODELING will be composed of miniature visiting her mother Mrs. J, E. / ft

SEE Ie spring hate of real flewera Taylor Th hostess served refreshments beautify your Kitchen Cabinets antf Dramboards.Over .
and shrubs. While there Mrs
to 11 members and 20 color f rofn which to select find. all guaranteed
Leach will be
the guest of her Bro his.Chrome
MIX
EDI on guest Mrs. Ashley will be
"' of course fLct our expert mechanics install a
daughter family, Mr and Mrs
her
hostess to the at
chapter
"BILL" ..ONCRETE lifetime floor of ubber tile in hone,
BA DWIN Arthur F. Rees and children. home In Halpatlokee Park Monday tsorlcttl Ityourcougheheatoold your
Mrs Rlcou will have charge U bro -
I ( Mr, and Mrs. J. R: Pomeroyhad of the Founder Day programMr chltis ls not treated an u cannotaeordtotakeachance 1
: WE ARE EQUIPPED TON DLE REINFORCING as guests Sunday Mr. and ymedi- Visit us In tar new showroom at 90ft South
THE JOB cine lees potent than ulslon '
STEEL Mrs John Robb of Fort Pierce, Mr. and Mra. W lIam which COM tight to tl Sea the Dixie opp/site the park in Fort Pie ur''
,. Mr, and Mrs Ed Pomeroy, Lansing I winter VIsitors from Fort trouble to help loosen t exp. no !
I WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK Mich. Mrs D. D. Loebleln, were ll1festllut week of Mr SlICk'1 laden phlegm healrawte and a natureA to .
soothe and er,1n
NO JOB TOO LARGE .. NO J&B TOO SMALL I CONCRETE Twin Lakes Ohio Earl Clark and Mra. Henry Welrick They bronchial mucous me: brass, Vlor 'S ,i iGRIFFINECKER
BLOCKS his mother, Mrs.I* A. Clark. Monday for MiamI.e Creomulilon blends sechwood
creosote special prxx with other
I Dr and Mrs A., J. L. Monte and Mrs. Charles Roser of It time contains totted no medicine narcotic; cough Inc. i
WRITE OR SEE. STEEL & ALUMINUM and son and daughter,Eddie and Rio are entertaining her two No matter how ma medicines ,
I WINDOWS Wllhamlna have returned to sisters. from New York. Mrs Barren you bar tried,ten ,'0U ruggist to FLOOR COVERINGS
their Asheville K C. home after Speed Is from Richmond nil you a bottle of Cr'eo Won with 1
the undenUndln you tnVt lllu the
spending the holidays at their Hill, L. L. and Mrs. Harold R. war it quickly allays the %'f n,p r* FORT PIERCE FLA.
' A. "BILL" BALQP.O. IN MASONRY WHITE Bewails Point estate, Lucinda. Zieltan of Jamaica Estates The mlttlnit rait and tleep or PORTLANDCEMENT :.While here they visited In visitors are so delighted with have rour money back (A*> -
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Havana and ------ %- -- -- -- --
enoyed days of Florida's spring weather-after -
BOX,11 sport fishing In the Gulf Stream. leaving the New England blanketof -i-------
t5A RNO. FLA. ...... 1
Phone' 748 Fort Pierce snow-that they now plan to I.
Dr and Mrs R J; Frtsch ofChicago spend the remainder of the season .-
.
;
"" arrived Monday for a here
two-week stay at the Pelican -e-
Hotel while visiting Mr. and Mrs i "Mr, and Mr*. Roman J f. Irwin
Neal Bishop. 200 Atlanta Ave of St. Lucie Estates have as their
TJVATERHard guest for a week Mrs. .B. H.
Mr and Mrs. E. R. Tomllnson Badane of Southport. Conn..
of St. Lucks Crescent: are enter.I and Mr and Mrs. Jack Cassidy 1/ ,
mining their daughter and of Bedford W Y The trio arrived .-
Rod "Corrosive granddaughter, Mm William C. last Friday
/ Moore and Linda of Montgomery .'-
M ft Ala. Their sons family Mr and Mrs. Neal Bishop and
j Fop Expert| Advice Consult Mr and Mrs. Tom Tomllnson their houseguests, Mr. and Mrs .
sp ii and baby son Tom. Jr., have E. J AdUnson, spent Sunday In -
returned to their home in Jacksonville Lantana to attend a dinner par-
'. D. K KEITH after a holiday visit ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs x
PiakcE here Tom Is an aviation machinists David Day, The guests Includeda
PORT FLORIDA mate at the Natal Base group of friends from the I
And (her to watch
there former horn of the. Bishops and an w i

EAST CQXST WAT R CONDITIONING CO. Mr and Mrs- :. Henry- Weirick Adklruons i

of 402 Akron Ave have had u J expense itMse days is to
.30 SOUTH( 4th PHONE 884 or 532-W their guests for 10 days his WE BUY /- Junk, 1
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( brother, Albert B. ,Weirick, of f

hem Rochester by plane K Y Sunday..'who returned Weirick wrecked ca/s, scrap pay by/hck. 4 then check 1i 1i.S'

has extensive agricultural Interests copper ancybrass.

rRY US In New York and Is seriously SI /O'S '
considering entering the Industry .S' you payments.

WE MAY H E WHAT YOU NEED In this vicinity. Aside from AinyPARTS r A+,d, 1
a looking over farm lands he spent X ., :I
his vacation South Dixie Highway :
Phone oa several fishing ., Sf l '
trips. :Althought nearly every I/rt Pierce
variety of fish was (landed during 129 ch k
his one on ;
3551PAINTS soJourn here a 150-lb shark
I was the top thrill.

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FLOORING ....m. r: The Federal Reserve System and Federal q ',
SIOIKQ I Street and SidewaJksTlaf Electricity! Available k Deposit,Insurance Corporal sn ; ,


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l f-ice nr.rrr THE STCABT ?NEWS STUART, fURTTJf TTiflORn: TBCRSDit. JANUARY H.$ IMS i. _--_ _ _
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'J UNWELCOME GUEST .- 87 MACKENZIE. : FOR VALOR

Q tuut 4tu0 The News Joins with all the rest of Martin County in HorticulfurallySpeakj;
charter captains who rescued
.. we plan tobe tribute to the courageous
wthqoutrqui'te nine persons from drowning at SU tucie Inlet' last Wed'nesday .rr:::==iggai ===ioaocaNott :==aOClO

Published every Thursday at' I mornm?. : Eight *// thttt tree will "b5 pbmttd b, Shun ar
Stuart. Martin County Florida, ti'me.IMPORTANT Captain\ Curtis WhIUcar: Captain Jack Whiticar And
some
JC1wol """"'* us this "mtal/ ,
Iii the Mot
hIgh !
cMdsvs ; 0,
of theKa
by Stuart Daily Newt, Poe., a Captain Earl Dare displayed the finest tradition
Florida eorporatloa when they took their charter craft into the breakersand cfhbmtian' ) tomorrow, Jan It

Entered u second-class man! effected the rescues. They risked their own lives -
!CLiI matter at the post ,office atAT' unquestioningly. They risked thecraft with, which\ they TRIPUBI
Stuart, Florida under the AcU make their livings-and' suffered, considerable damage to (From |l'* Latin rr'l,Jr*. h1"* the (nil it S"'JIartNtI

.' of :March 8, 1878W -. the boat from the smashing seas.
.
AI YEAR OF SERVICE Had this rescue been effected by some Coast Guard THIMPHU ti the name thosen 200 yean ago by Lb'llielll

.pan crew stationed at the Inlet for that purpose it could not "Father of Botany" for a group' of Smith and Central Amew0

PaIrt Witt TIM f ho Hlwrt. Dllly'ftrn" <...flnl>'..>_nra have been done more effectively : and 1111'1II11Io* tlier are lxnit 20 specIes it whnli Tr//j/iri// / & s,,,,
t't..l'-; Otmrt, April III ': 'a It was an action of which alt Martin Count tan the
In
fliCU \: O;; t ..=....:=...-=..0::.....: e' OfjyfJ cS C be proud, and,-for the people of Martin County-the h boot liiHiwn. AlilxHigh commwily planted Punumt (41111 2

:' : Vh' Htvtrt 1, mis Dttlr. |u MnntoWr kfanirly .MoMiYa) )) "I New extends to f these men the community's appreciation and rlvewlKT* through tropical America the,' genus i Is "pr,ctlul D,

....,: ) vditJon Ilor;: wSogth il ...kMN M MM* and the words: "Well done" Vnown In the United StaIrS
.asrL Stuart, Khixl, vhildreit. / lire obtervlng Arbor Day of 19(8( byp r'

., \ i Jr.O.'IN! A. MEKKIttftRRHIMWT hll.k., THE INLET TRAGEDY |ng in front
, ,',1,',I, IWIN. '' A r, MkMMrarK LYON JII.. Edit", ',day the United States 'Engineer Dept at Jacksonville lug seed l faun likli. they were propagated hIre in Stuart uiw I
,
Ch tHt'a:
of St. Lucie Inlet.It .
will receive bids the deepening
I on
i HflllAM H, III'l'CHU.L 4C4tftlkOhI ...ft..... the Cund Zone.Tiuptm .
1' .on'! I r MKMMN<; :lt h.Ia... III.. lit greatly to be hoped that a contractor will be
J SAC "AIITM H..Ie" IdItaa:'a' .asa' found to undertake the job at or near the $53,000 ?turure tree grow ordinarily lo 30 feet With a itralgli,! t
---- .---..... have fntliw large. UW
little They
set by the jrovirnment v and or M spread W'f'I'I11-

'ltr..n, 0., (5S.. SUBSCRIPTION. II M RATES T..." TWM .. uu Last' Wednesdays ,tragedy at the inlet, in whicH\ "which when they first unfold, we t lowly dark.: wine color. aoL

\ : .., ;;;;;-;;; ; I one,. man' lost hm life and 9 were saved only through the you;;i limit, ,, fur ro}>nmit (If our common Su-CRAP'Ir wliMi it,
""Iou.i fMM >""* k ;;pO.ah.aTh. .....nk>..t _.'.;tit< rltklhiin and skill of Curtis and Jack Whiticar and Earl
,K* Mjwt Hu, uPJ O tI......... : courage wliuli, TWI-UKIS ii related .
<< "" 4tt .,lIne peculiarity cad to
Tb Alu..iritt*!*f.W(. i.*Jt./hwlvHy ..hU'" ,. ,.... .... ''' .. Jjare In the "strongest language possible-in human
'r publkptfen' trf .11( Mwt points
'" iII- --. --,.-.....,....--.. -- ................ .._. _.___ On Tun' 'I.ABW the male amid female flowers are burnt tin .
the need lo this Improvement. TIIrert
IIIEMSER OF' TIlE ASSOCI4TEI) tRESS \life-to urgent r

rh'-'Anool.- Pass It ..,111001 rtrlitolMilf M ,... .a.. t..' .........,.".. at ill Itnl The deepening project. While it wilt not give us a safe ml (live M* rmiiHit be hild until looming time Orduurl(l ,
/ ,,,..III... ""u'' i. '101 r.. wp..'',!" oil...M nil..Alulipflrkm_ Inlet jn, times ,of storm will give us a safer inlet. It will male fluwtts are Tillicr!' Incnnupkwiiu." 'but 'the, II'fnufe> Ukase. I

l : lllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII';' ( ,IIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .5 mitigate somovbkt ,the risk attached to dangerous conditions In 'Klarch: in jwtrfuklott are great '1I1IIuii! el bright rmrpUithril tt-d
swell3-and should lessen the
/ caused by ground list (lor iwvowl' WwU if he weather h I dry UK y* mulo (lIe'
Worthy of MtdliailonIllimil break where the channel crosses the reef.

-- ...- .-- -- ...-. --.......... -- I It t is greatly to be hoped that a bidder comes forward" eompHnmii' at a eomklerublo distance
IIMIIIIIimmilllllllllllUllimillimiHIIIIIIIIIIIllltlllJIlmi' $ llllllllllllllll ACTIONS "".and that the government follows through immediately. The calyx! which I II UK cup that hold" each flower' ..III 1 1linlliunt ,

It iR well when the oCt i <' and the lea"'rxtd discover!, new Certainly, with millions being spent! for relief In red, m,Miter in flower Or foilS TMIPLADU treet arr rvingly

truths, but how much better to diffuse thp truth already Martin County at the present time has two'vitally important Europe!: the United' States: canOed some way to protectthe showy oixl ,'II.J.ne.' rile tulvi &! important bxcmntbrr !! i
itilcov' multitude Every' addition the lives of lbs ,citizens at home.In .
to true l proJect pending : bridges to the ocean and the /seafaring wuigrxl 2.Inth liLulvt like a.tiny xniittlecdck: with OK ...
!
knowledge ill
in addition to human power ; and while a widening- of the federal highway through this Area this connection something that does not make
jib/llosorjher is (discovering) ,one new truth, miil!<-rn ,' ": truths may be j ropaj-utf-d, jmonjjst the people The While there can be no underestimate of the Value to !station are 20 and 40 miles away at nice. safe ports.There' dnijii ole tlie, tree with ill boneless. It whirls rapidly with '< |tnt
while land must l Iw II 1 ttc< ted< with streams nf| knll1\1edl'e.' future growth of the bridge projects the comroHiioners( '
no breaking sea at Fort Pierce Intel or at Palm 1)1,uk'i. kittiKk! tkra ly like 5 P".lmlf'' and \ordimuili i alegrustsJ
.: :\'j _______ =HoruLi! Mtnn : should also keep in mind that delay must not allow the Beach Inlet so they have Coast Guard stations/ -but at ) at Kline! dut4m from' the tree

DAN MCCARTY FOR widening-., project to fade away leaving the majority of El Lucie Inlet the most dangerous spot on the coast we There see fie) "cormiwm uanes' for TalPl.AlIlSj4t/ vu, wb
GOVERNOR Fast Coast traffic routed west of us. I have to notify Fort Pierce or Palm Beach to get help sConce easily bemuse tlie lives are ciminvui only aiwmg S|>anish

Dan Afcarft(!'\en' old St, I"ufic County citrus Since it will tout about $200.000 to properly effect Ten: successive boatloads of people could drown before I log (people| "IV exception if in Brituli Ctriuna when I etc

(.roiur and business man. !, with mi outstanding record of the widening through the City of Stuart a figure which help could reach here called "Long 'Jnlin." In S.ilvador. It i fa called MtiUilo, Iron tin *.

.UK! : lucomplmhinent both in hit 8ti te and his community, is above and beyond possibility city financing at present -'I I Why not A Coast Guard live-saving detail at St. Lucie the barl In Nicurapij,; it is called VUwfor front the wmmCrnta ,/: tee
u'. well *x a remarkably. fine nar record: ha entered the it is a county obligation to step in and aid the city I I Inlet BOre it is called Hormlgo. becaiu the hollow liruiKciMintn '> k

.' ( <)ji>rnor'* race-and ban pledged an Independent, pro- in this finance problem. ADVERTISING ai.* sometimes inlialiited by vkiiHit, little ants win '. ..
: j i''slve and efficient .iilmirustiation of the State's liusinKs The City of Stuart financial distress should not be I! NATIONAL PAYS down, tin wnxlkmcn, if they try to cut the tree for Hi "'nih-s"
allowed to i place this improvement in jeapordy because Martin County Chamber of Commerce placed an timber lucre IU'1lit( "alil 'l'lrtother "common names "I' ale
; I, On the haw of character the improvement concerns all Martin I a advertisement! the January Issue of OUTDOORS Magazine
and Independent leaderhiN County. Every investment in other countries.; Pi rhuns It Is sassier jest In! "'am the t'l1ITt'Cit
!
i, ,:, ;: t ; } The Kwl\t'It1If,t that thf PlIOpte[ of Martin County on the. highway from Fort Pierce to Jupiter is at ; popular hunting and finning .'publication which is namcTmrinnwlilili, is the 1IIJ1in all cmmtnei,
I \11'U{) in advance of stake distributed throughout the nation. .
pledging themselves
> \ support Harm Oilnrsxlu. / the pf blund wlini
any *
'I'' rum m yuu pass as." !
:I .,, ii./ ,(Idle, candJdateshouM\ consider the cU4llflcatiori\ of It is an unpleasant! problem but it must befaceci.TheStreet, I standpoint The, advertisement to direct Inquiries was planned here from from a community who. bout tbrminb, !! the Panama Canal.! For many years it has here. I
thte persons
I young man who is our neighbor and practically Harvard .
"" one dezvous for M I."ralit'Ilf'" because University tan ass
of might be interested in all phases of Martin County'* rec-
uDan I a lulxtrutory there, {in wirier)) llipy" craild work. Thorou Burlnm
know! what responsibility means When hm I Down !nation opportul'litle'illhing huntingand general tourist / ,
1 I largely responsible for creating that laboratory and in his UNiitdrulivt >
I
father died 1922 advantages
in leaving a widow and five children *
at Large hit paid glowing" tribute to the rmigmfU-ent iiIngtmrstslasassisthutpsttoflheworl'l.
of which he wan the eldest t. h* assumed responsibility and -B' MART HARTMAtf- I Inquiries are now pouring in at the rate of 50 to 75
1 leadership. THIS IS THE STORY of BambKa I per day! Two extra girls ale: helping out at the Chamber !. Ilewnsc'
yearling. He
;"I 1 limit. know whether. I shall ever see Barra Oilorjdo. 'r
lie has the background of really knowmr Florida. enters the plot as a storm refugee when at eight weeksof office in an effort to see that each ,inquiry ,jjeta a personal Af
I t'-'rtninly'lIIf'' that I lIMY. if only" trt sail by it through!( the", I Ci
"Qnt 1a Fort Fierce his he answer
found
father and age waji parentless the Okeechobee *
in
grandfather section
were all the month of Mimh, wlien the Cimvu. tree ( Tal.rl!>tita gi: '''y<|
The have from 1 the nation
!'IktMlrlln! cf l by a of Stuart inquiries come over
development the lower last: C IJijt. party hunters Wilbur<;ias9 of Rio brought .
,. On receiving: his> decree! in Agriculture from the Univfinty !. him home for his mother to care!, for Gallons of milk I Pacific caflt.Atlantic seaboard, mid-West and even from lift llwU Idly/ heads aU>v. the fomt tuji earls ui glittering: 11I
I tlomc, while ,tin .. tho
Alrminlroi
purple pint j
Lwnnmdjs. '
; pale Pat'
: readers of the rna2agi. ( |
If I
4 ( Florida he entered the Citrus business back were consumed and Bambi gratefully adjusted to dos Jlorlda '
panamentii), and tJm fuki SaMa (Triton emerlcent} with f\
liogiC. The Mef'artyt had been pioneer pineapple and meRtlc life. Like all young! life in Florida sunshine, the I They have requested Stuart fishing guides and specific ,
citrus grower, his grandfather the late C. T. McCaity baby deer sprouted up like Jack's famous beanstalk. As information on the communities of Stuart Jensen as crimson M arterlnl blood mule scene! of incomparable spIcedBisrbnu '
,
hai'lnff developed what is known as the JIrC rty irrapefrtiNand his legs lengthened, M did his vision and with increased I Reach,, Salerno Port Mayaca Indiantown Palm City.: ; did not live to see that day but ,!here W FliriiU tbegiimlng
Dans intelligence ,Hebe Sound-and they range from requests for general to re-create the Beauty, he wrote about, M we are sigiovslsg f
background in citrus production(, led to came the natural curiosity of youth. I
... g' ', i'-iaLl! hmeiit of Indian River Citrus Associates a Co- I information to specific( dope on duck and quail shooting / JACABANU* and TAKKMU and now Stuart comes aKn j

4 ('Mpi'ative/ pacttnx and marketing association: of which LIKE HIS HUMAN FAMILY Bambi became neigh sailfishing and, bay fishing, 'and many want to know about the THIPUAKW. Whose brilliant coke Bnrhour loved so welL
I ha< general lie. bor 1 Or cottages, trailer courts and hotels, I\ _
manager Owns substantial citrus >- perhaps hu bent was toward the fourth estate '
rnjSt, Lucie County-and has his roots in the soil'groves in with a natural "nose for news." Whatever the motive, he "My office could keep ,busy for the next two monthson Notet! Jliub the type! of tars n/wfc/ was jtlonled ly EA\\

u' 4cn,
k lie haM given generously of his time to civic matters that rapidly growing section. With many invitations the Chamber. Each deserves personal attention:' part of tht Carili-n pub jwngrawJAMBOLAV; .

)hi'ilil horn ('(>/Aimunit>'. serving; as> president; of Rotary, to eat with the neighbors ht began to help himself too The ad placed by the Chamber cost only $170..What ., -
Cbambtr ot ('ommi'r'(', ./Jaycees and Ircnident! Round :*eh new garden and the tender green leaves on new could the results be if this small community spent $1,700in

1 1* tc. II!' has; 'teen chairman of the: bt Lade County I hibiscus and bougamvillta cutting were a favorite deh- well-placed national advertising in such mediums''as Syygism! nimlni)

ivwory; .C'cmrriittei')! on Education. and active in health racy' To make a long story short, Bambi'a status was OUTDOORS, ? -
.... lJ
i "'rig' nospital drives vnantfui, oy popular opinion, from that of hurricane- : The News baA long advocated that it ts not en rh1u8t Then) are lliotuaad' different trees in the closely allied

,11 i /hAn Episcopalian, Mason and Odd Fellow, he in a orphan to that of an M P, (misplaced person), g to raise sufficient money for an administrative budget and Syzytfum families, nearly I all of them native 'to the old I" rn Jriber of the Legion and V. of F'.U'. S for the Chamber Of Commerce That ia just the same straining r tropic Yet1 here in the United Slates,,. we are well acquainted! |

,'". lie !served as St. I lttrliCounty Representative from THAT PLACED HIM under governmental jurisdic ( a soldier housing him, 'giving him a gun-but only one tree-the clove! tree whkh supplies ui with the spices do,

: I'l27! till I'M] when" he wait cho pn at Ihe mre: of 29 to be tion rt: course, and although he had riot lived here long ho ammunition mace. It does not. grow \her but its product IS ult'd.in. tyer\ U
C' Speaker of th( Uousc- the youngest in-J"lorida's/ history enough 11 establish legal residence his guardians declared Over and above the administrative, budget every The bnlanlralll4\T111 for lint tree is Sy: gfcm arunatica

In -tht legislature, he trained a reputation for fairness, him a ward of the county State Wildlife Officers Ralph malL community 'should) allot. a .generous appropriationfor Over in Java grows a cbisily-related ta.ee. SyxyRiuni! cuss l lwbich

xmierity: and devotion to tiLl State's good, promoted the Men\{ ; and Ralph Hartman, Jr. decided that the new i national advertising. *H\ the correct cocnmmi'namu JAMIKH.AN lib chiefly diitinpl
school system tttid! development of agriculture, helped state park. Camp Murphy, would make an ideal home The News goes so far as to state'that in'our opinion for Its brkht, purple pear-shaped fruits from I to 8 inches M

f wtablinh farmers markets, fought the )poll tax, wall and fur Hambi and the Park caretakers, :Tom Gardner and Martin. County ,Chamber ,of Commerce should have at agreeable flavor, mmh bksd by cbfldren.: The fruit looks. i slat"J b

ix a proponent of motienii/injf the Constitution A work. Cannie DpLoach. have assumed/ responsibility for his i least $5,000 per year for national advertising. While this lot bU Ita common blue plum,

'$ a mg member of the (itisspim Tax Committee prior to the rearing. With 8,000 acres of protected forests and :)Jiills! I sounds like peanuts compared to Miami and St. Petersburg Tim tree, of which a specimen': was planted in front of tie L
1947 Legixlatun(", he i I. familiar/ with the Stale'x fiscal and in -which to roam Pambt may be the progenitor of :,' jt represents 81c per capita for our population of Woman Club this week In recognition of 1948 Arbor Pay at II*|
gen
tax problems erations of deer families who will And haven' In Martin 6.00O-Apd; it wouldn't be l long ,before the census taker stance of,tU. Garden Club of Stuart, bas several attributes S if*

,"' While a student at thi,- (.'nl\'ersty) of Honda he County. would be counting. 12,000 bead as residents of our, com., ommend II far planting Florid First, wise once: esUblulied.\ i{
,? studied Military Sxiencp, and in his senior year he nerved S munity. exceedingly weD, on highS( sandy land without care or waterii g, r

: at: Cadet Colonel commanding the ROTC Brigade. Upon TUE NEW PARK is utill in the dream stage of de The 'way'to grow !fa to' advertise-nationally. *apparently. more drought resistant than the iverage SecoixL I
fluctuation he was commissioned( Second velopment "" '" proved to be highly' resistant to the '
I LIeutenant in ,, awaiting appropriation of state1 funds, ,Its fOR BOSSES WHO BARK storm damage. Third. fruits
I' tRtf- United Statt-s Army Field I' Artillery Reserve lie possibilities are endless Stretching tour miles cpme In clusters on the mature twig like bunches of grapes, mil
U.S.
along
t" kt-|:3 this commiMHitn Hctivc I ,T9 bosses who bark and snarl their orders. or manliest excellent rit-h .'ilwd I I IIn
II' and wits promoted to First it extendwest one and half miles buck Ihrouxli rolling ( ( Jelly. As the few trees of this kiwi to I be
lieutenant in 19:i7. At the dole I dunes their egotism and nelfulmesa in ether nays: the story IT' kU have been ,, '
of the 1941 Legislature densely wooded forests and lowlands where wild-, *t grown fi ,ri ..l. dm. is 5 cun fei'iblo WIn
he wan called to aive duty with the 74th Field Artillery lite* may propagate in great 'variety Rilla Leggett tells about her childhood experiment' with a !he size sod quality of the fruit, but in the course of tIme th'

lirijade at Camp [handing, Florida He commanded S land terrapin may prove useful. reason lo belie* that.larger fruiting types can be brought IntO
RaMery B 172nd field Artillery until transferred to Head- THERE ARE 30 MILES ot winding When she started to examine the terrapin he closed mon cultivation l by budding and palling... A Medics of tkhM
driveway and type
S ui-ters| IV Corps lie .served overseas in Africa, Italy maze of sewage and water pipes, although a bis shell like a vice. Seeing the girl try to pry"him ,with lieen reported 'from the Philippine..
Fnrnee some haft stick.! her Uncle saId "No that's not the
Germany and Austria He landed in Southern been sold\ by the War Assets Administration 'which still a way. There are several reIalive .aLlhl, tree with which wqiialnted V
He took the inside and set him the hearth
France on D-Day st'rI'inll' with General "Sandy" Patch' maintains an office in the.camps disposing of a creature on in FlorUa/ and some of \which ire. commonly planted f."
i\5ith surplus In a few minutes he began to get warm, stuck out his head
) Army He won the I Legion of Merit* Bronze of smaller items. Buildings beautiful foliage 0 Jtugrnia
Star which
did Consplcious the SimiMAM
war service for the eiamptei are
I'nufde. and ieet. and calmly crawled toward her,
) Heart French Croix de Guerre and signal Corps School there ( nnl/fom' ) ind the
home /
came be Row Am (
can seen in many sections 'are'sort like Eugenia famboi)
.
aft'(! fifty four month, service as a full Colonel. cl. Florida but the 33 "People terrapins, her uncle said. .A
Youil remaining in the camp are now $the to force fellow Into &
be bearing more itbout Mcf in the of the :'Never try a anything, Just warm
arty weeks property Florida Park and
to 2
whw' instinctively gathers in the support of thone looking CARDVER'; AND DELOACII have equipped two he'U come your way" i COME ON-LET'S LAUGH
forQionesty
and sincerity in politics buildings for homes for =aoClO ClO OClO OIlO== OClO
t themselves and one is hand ClOc:=.aoIlO
Hc on =====::lOIlO
already han
newspaper editors the unqualified support of many at all times. Because the public is Interested.; I asked if, WITH THE 'OTHER EDITORS MONKEY BUSINESS
throughout
the State and ia setting visitors are allowed..-or welcomed., The answer Is that
I encouragingreport wam to !) from people In all walks of life who the caretakers are NOT ready to receive guests although =: OCl0===:::-OO'---=-OES'OO:: ::: Father-Wh t did you and Joe talk about last nV

;' see the and Governorship In the taken out of the "politics"classification they rep mrt at the front entrance Bate at every hour to. AID TO'SOCIALIST EUROPE Daughter-oh. we talked about our kith and U"
put hands
Ie of someone who can admit anyone desiring admittance. Business callers are (Denver Post) lr&ther.reth' pop'he.rd em n. seth
: ,
Depended upon to back I
: positive constructive action in up office campaign promises with admitted and the park custodians are not forbidden to Since the enunciation) of the Marshall plan many I have a and ahe seth, "Yeth. you kin!"-Com:;
: show their Magazine
friends
through the .
park. have
Americans voiced the thought that the United State.

A,'>> RTHY EFFORT "" GETS LAND SURVEYOR should give aid only to those nation of Europe; which CROP REPORT '---...

i :The Junior Concert Club composed of 20 LICENSEJoe avoId. socialization-and either stick with or return to _

nchm l students, ia giving free concert once come a month high at Creenlees of the engineering firm of Fugate &: the capitalistic system. Among them U Harold Stamen. Lit for come folks' Is to sew wild oats during< the J
I the33vic: : Center. The youngster, on their own Initiative Greenleet In the Rains building has just received his land It is Inexplicable that; Americans should fear social- and then go to church on Sunday and pray for a'fallure..Rotary

are putting on some fine programs of vocal and instru surveyor's license No. 665 While\ thus may not be much lam in Europe Communism Is the1 deadly enemy of American PiBaemlnator Meridian Missiiauippk
I mental music and deserve credit lor the job. The of an event too t young fellow who get their license. free enterprise, but socialism is even more the deadly ---
Wednesday! night was attended by 100' )persona!concert! of M a matter of course after graduation, Joe left the Uni enemy of communism. The communists made this quite THAT REMINDS Mt :

wham some 50 were winter vlwtoirs. With versity of Kansas to go down In the South Pacific with clear in their Polish manifesto. A traveler jqst home from
j the* .concert should attract larger tourist!proper crowds publicity, 'I the armed services mining[ his senior year..'and his II The Marshall plan was born of a definite thesis "Moat amlllnf abroad was descrlblnsarthquake. he
licenses had to be earned the hard way. Secretary Marshall said In his Harvard speech : "Our dramatic.If" "The hotel rocked thing I eversaW15

)' ""It took ui sonic time to reach the conclusion'that the IT DEPENDS "" policy la not directed against any country or doctrine, flang .n over the room and Cups. and ..ueera
i Rutwian will understand the United States better! when but against hunger, poverty, desperation and chaos:" If ilia -
thelT. knows what it Is doing In Europe Asia and the I, Teaeher-Jimmy, what's a Grecian urnf such la true, the administrator of the Marshall plan haveno "\... Scoh meek.looklrlg eompaploD turned luddenl1 116reat
Jlmmv cried.
rest of the world," The T.llapooia News, Camp Mill Ala. :Northern Coat-That, depends on what he dot. <-sn Great right to place conditions, aid which could regnltte a I letter my wife That r4mlndj ml J forgot to
gave m. two Rolal')
daJI ago.-Tbe
I the economic system I under which that aid is to be used. Portales. New (811co..

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Stuart Sailfish Club Fishing! News" Report For The Week I'I PAYS $331 TAXES=- ; 'I I ure the on CroweU-Colller a recent survey Publishing made by*' '

Jacksonville. The State and Company' New York which I
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Capt Jack Whltlcar of the Hobo::i I Federal governments have collected found that the speedneten on
| kICRA1tD FAY WARNER fishing Dr. Franklin Newell and 1 has beoom* a real fishing vet at the Lighthouse He I Ison iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiii. iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiii I $33150 from the average cars In communities of over t.*. hw

Eseeutlve Secretary George R, Fearing ot Bostonas eran. Florida* hi* and annual will winter not return tour of to Notes of Interest To VeteransGeorge Florida motorist in,taxes on the 500 population registered an average d'' '

|(continued from Page Iti be has been for several weeks The previous day, Curt did New York until the middle of I gasoline he has used In the automobile of 58,000/} miles The $331. o

BOY now--said he saw a, white marlin some reef fishing to successfullythat February In time for the Sportsman H Moor V. A ('on tad Officer to Olen P.he Woodward now owns,Jr.according. Executive figure doe not include State automobile

TEAK FIRST OLD SAILFISH followed the fish, but the: ashore when OrnsteIn the Ornstelns too* stepped photographs 's Show, He promised to At office of H. R Xxiwery, Jr fort PItrc Headquarters Secretary of the Florida Petroleum registration fees, it was

ill fishing parties which letJsdt'lfr marlin refused to nit, of hie wile Holding a v- have about Stuart mailed us his clippings I;.to i p' ;jn Monday: .............10} Atlantic. .Ave._ ._ .._.__ .1 Industries Committee, pointed out ji j : j
1 but there is a Also on Saturday, a Greater enteen-pound red snapper in one That same evening, at the 1 quunnunnnunnuuunnuunuuuwThe: 'iimiuiiiiiiiUMiiiiimiinimiiHilliiiiiiinot I I I I i '
[ manl-I :I New York City party went out hand and a fifteen-pounder In Pelican Lee Wolf showed some treatment and care of veterans require immediate attention r imilllllmilllMIIIIIIIIIMItimillllllinillllllllllllllllllll I I I I I I t | i I I l I I i l l llMllllimimilllllllllllM!_ {

i In a group of anglers which: with Captain A. A. Whlttcar the other. of his remarkable movies of sportfishing. ,I with I service-connected your name probably will be t I ,
[mire a ten yeas old boy get- aboard the Gannett-with the .
result, TO BELIEVE THIS. YOU I disabilities are fundamental responsibilities placed on a waiting list Even I .
1 hs first sail And that IsU complete success for all travel "
Zimmerman,
Frank H. Kimball of SewS concerned. Dr. R. W Auerbach MUST KNOW BOSTONTo Ralph D of the Veterans Administration. then' VA surgeons may treat you I : !
Point achieved as did his of Brooklyn, Cart Harber of New those who know their Th editor of the outdoor 'magazine Medical attention only U you sign an oath that \" :I .'
has been I
f brother, Aim seventeen York City; Dr. A B. Abrams of Late O!orge Apley in brief their Hunting and Fishing I for former servicemen suffering you are unable to pay 1'0the !i : .,
r tour Martin County, I I
ot
group comprised, In addlDr ,- South Orange, N. J. and D. A. Back Bay Boston of the old making a well the i from ailments not the result of work in a private hospital 1= ca' a :1, !
as '
the backwater as
'i
., and Mrs Charles I Oerst of Kew Gardens, Long school tie, the following; story material for I their wartime service may be offend :
lit i of Stuart; and Mrs, H. :1 Island, N. Y, won for themselves will ring completely! true. In fact, ocean stories front He,,1s to staying get at the 8t : a veteran only. If abed Is I Q. Who la eligible for outpatient 'II- = '
IrfenJ of Kobe Sound They i release buttons which they were It could not l be otherwise The available and If the veteran care by home town pityslclans = = '
led with Capt Johnson Whitr .. wearing that very evening at the other day, Jack Whltlcar, as has Lucie Hotel.Mrs Frank Briggs of signs a statement under oath ? I i .
Mr and /
of the Blue Waters and all I Pelican Dr Abrams who boated been said, wu fishing Dr, New, N. J stopped off at i that he 1s unable to pay for rned-, Outpatient treatment at a :I f .

I sails and In, keeping with two salt. kept one to have ell and Mr. fearing both quite the Maplewood Pelican., He ,Is the treasure lean attention elsewhere, VA hospital or by a home to*n' = -a-...: ,: ,'=..: .... '. ,
j Stuart Sallflsh Cub's policy, i mounted elderly gentlemen A sail hit the of the Village Hunting and FishIng Knowledge of the proper pro physician U/ available only for -' } .
lawd them as none d'slredkeep Capt Curt Whltlcar of the latter bait. It was a whopper Club of South Orange, N. J, eedure to use In applying! for the treatment .or a $IH'V *--not1.' = f I IWHAt (
Quit Stream had with him Col- Jack measured the fish- feet hospltallxatlon wUl veterans nected disability
a fisrt for mounting purw help i'
Dr. Lane has been doing onel Austin Bartlett and his 8 Inches, a prize winner In the a salt Capt.water Frank fishing Csongedi fraternity.has his tat speedy action on their MANUFACTURTNcT"EMPLOYMENT I SER ICE I :j:: II

parch work at the shark! cache daughter Eleanor, of Kentuckyand length division for men charter boat, Dude, completely requests for medical attention .
Mr and Mrs L. M. Ornsteln "Throw him overboard," said overhauled and is about ready Here are the answers to some of LAGS

same day, last Saturday, All got sail and .Eleanor, now 'Mr Fearing to stan fishing Capt. Bob Ful the questions most veteran ask The seasonal! Increase! In I SHOULD YOU FXPPCT HTOM YOUR
--- .- -- --- Jack pleaded with him, tots) ford has been painting the DIe- about VA's medical program: manufacturing employment; by
WIVES AND MOTHERS Or DRINKING MEN him about the tine prize Mr. Orace Both boats an based at Q.-How can I get admitted to mid-November:,' lagged! considerably -
Fearing might win".etc., etc a VA hospital behind the upswing experienced
Dock I
the Lighthouse I
ALCOHOLISMSMcMfelty "Throw him overboard" repeated A.-If it ,is not an emergency, a year! ago, according DRUG STORE? t'

Traced With West Ot ) Mr. Fearing so, overboard YELLOW FEATHERS GET write or visit the nearest VA of. to estimates relase WHITI ROSS One HOSPITAL H..11utIM alive, the big sail went POMPANO OFF JENSENUp nee or hospital or representativeof Smith t chairman ot the Florida\ ''
Write V InranMtiM and overboard, too, went a nice at Jensen. lOb Pltchford a service organization (for anappilcatipn Industrial Commission I YOU 8110 Lb, Jane thorough ,+' 5 t

6210 CMtnl AMM* r\. 3501 StCOUUNT PKKr6.. R story that could-and would- Jr., reports good trout fishing for hospital treatment ,Wan u f actuf trig employment :: Trust In Yo P maciit. > .
have been printed In many of, the past week and aim scattered VA Form 10-V.10. Flintout reached an estimated total of I i'
-- Our metropolitan dallies off the bridle -preferably with the assistance
pompano caught 82.700 In November as compared THE DRU< om Which Heu '
I on small yellow feathers-prett of your family physician- with 89.400 a year ago The lowemployment ,
GOOD BOTTOM FISHING' fair-sized pompano,at that, two and Wall it to the nearest VA level as comparedwith 'e= CompoundsShould o r Prescription _=
Capt. Dale ,Ke. Be rash and of Pull =
Noyes of the
and a half pounders hospital or regional office I a year ago is a result of
oga has had some excellent bot of the catches t'otency :
Just to cite a few reduced employment by citrus ,
torn,fishing with James Paton of out of Joe' Q.-How can I get Immediate
picked at random canneries The citrus crop has .
COMMERCIAL PMOTOGRAP/IY/ Cleveland Paton On Saturday, Noyes cigar box, where he keeps his hospitalization In the event of been later maturing this year I IT SILO .D .''arry Well! J\nnwn'\: k 11
says boated, fishing on tallies: Ray Harvey, Indiana 20- an emergency? and this fact combined with the 1- Linea o 'OS tics, ti r l'r !
Real Estate Pnptography the outside reef. (4 snappers, pound snook caught on an eel A.-Hav. your doctor or a unsatisfactory p r I c situationhas = C ,' /I,
four weeks, a blue, plus a mess member of 1 r
skin along with several other your family or a resulted In employment In I
Attractive Photos of Your Filling Party a/d Catch. of others Capt poyes. also fishes big fellows; M. Smith several friend, contact the nearest VA the canning and preserving Industry YOU IIOUi J Expert to rind
Mr and Mrs Jesse Wolf of pounds ot trout; O H, Spencer, hospital by telephone or telegram being more than 9000, below -, Taal Sodas t id Other Toil itni,i I t ,;
New York City-bottom fish and 23 pounds of trout: Jack Kuhn The nature of your Illness I November 1946 Last year IteYt j
PORTRAITS AND AERIA PHOTO PHY ?
channel bass. Recently, at the ;
40 pounds of sheepihead and and the degree of emergency employment in this Industry In- ,
Krueger Bldg. Box; 264 /Phone 324 Pelican the Wolfs, who have two pound red fish. Pitch should be Indicated Preferably creasd 8900 from midOctoberto I : i
fished pretty much all over this ford was duly Impressed when the call should be mad mid-November This year the = SUOULI\ Be Courteously =: I Iw' ,' [r rI
country and Canada, were recalling informed of Allison M-pound by a physician Increase was only 700 Icomed At A TimeB, ,
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= North of Quebec City. such spotsas ;. Q.-My disability Is service. with the' canning of The Abo Applies to ST ART DRUG CORP. We i U

Roberval and Point Bleu "FISHVHOL" GUESTS MAKE I connected. Will I have to wait,I grapefruit sections Is .of particular ,I 5 Intend to em' You to thl est of Our Ability Make =
FISHIN
which seem, as indeed they are, GOOD HAILS BOTTOM I
long after filing application? to
my importance with regard
'. Our Stol Your Store for l Best of DRUG STORE 1OTJ17 "
far M. P. Payette"Flshnhol"
away. Down at I ,
i A.-No. If you need treatmentfor [ the employment situation because ..
s SFKVH: I
8 SO MANY SAILS SEEN where "Tom, the an Injury or condition which I of the large amounts of I I ?
I
COULD NOT COUNT '!:M tame pelican meets and greets has been adjudicated I as tervlce- I labor required for this activity!l '
B1PPLE and
STEVENS & fishing
Captain Eddie Engebretsen o( I all comers, bottom connected you will be admitted The late citrus season was also' = ,
the Peter Pan last Saturday had : trolling held up well daring the Immediately. reflected In employment In the1manufacture !
5 the catches made r j ji
/ week Among
DESIGN-.CONSTR ION Wilbur F, Stlerham of Olbbs : ot wooden crates
: by "Flshnhol guests were Q.-I have no aerdce-connected\ and tin cans being reduced as
.
? town, N. J and Murray Wotlag
!'PHONE 763 of Little Rock Ark and got sails I Mr and. Mrs. L.Mr.W Jacobs and Mrs.of disability but need my appendix compared with last year. : ] DJIUfi 3 I BDflP. I
and
Ind
Gary i
for both of them. of Cedar Lakes, removed Will I have to wait I Employment\ in most) other I
Captain Toley himself I aboard William Lawson HO long to get the surgery done In types of manufacturing reflected -
FIRE ESCAPE] the Miss Florida on Saturday, Ind., accompanied by: Mrs mother ,a VA hospital? I a strong demand for arid an THE REXALL STORE eSt
Lawson
Philadel Conde Mrs A-U you suffer an acute of Increased supply of goods Em-
took three men from
'. 0. BOX 606 FORTS-tRCE, FLORIDA i caught S3 sheepshead. mangrovesnapper appendicitis can be admitted ployment In lumber manufacturing
you Lucie PHONE
phla: E.W. Wanner, W. Eo Webs- and croaker Ave. 11 Stuart Fla. |
//I I IiMiimiiiiiiMtiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiliiiMiniiiiiiii ter and Stuart Emmons Mr. whiting their Brit fishing to a VA hospital at an emer-1 and printing\ and pub sriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiii
Thursday on gncy case If you have a chronic lishing In particular experiencedlarge
l I I I I I I I HtiiiiiiiiiimiiuTPurck.Mr Emmons boated two sails Earlier trip .to St, LucIe Inlet. case of appendicitis which does Increases during; the 'year I I I I I I I I I I I I 111 iiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirTHE I I I I :
week Eddie
in the Capt. got a Mr and Mrs Paul UlkoweU IIf --
sail apiece for Miss Jessie R.Ivy Toledo Ohio and Wlnfred Leo -""
Your TickettiAt Ott Store and Miss Wllhl J. Rlgdon both pold of Defiance Ohio, brought

from Meridian, Miss. in a mixed string of a channel e I I Iof
For "I Just don't know how many bass and sea trout caught at StLucle JARTU\I\ .
sails were raised," Capt. Toley Inlet Thursday] This is '
OCEAN BREEZEfMINgfTRELS said, "We certainly saw plenty MlkoweU fourth season here on FIRST PUBLIC SHOWING in ST

/ Two silver and one release but- a fishing\ vacation, and he is enthusiastic -
A WORTH CAUSE I tons-that wu the fishing a party over the inside fishing

I, from Woden, Iowa, had recently Albrt E. Welrlck of Rochester,

MARCH OF DIMES aboard the HI-Hook, with N. Y. who visited his brother, the
I
i Capt. a M. Sanders Mrs Marie Henry Wetrick and Mrs. Welrlck _M' ,

Nyman and Harold Tef Beek won of 402 Akron avenue, recently ';:'k,.. "" '
the silver trophies, and Samuel. went outside to get a jail, but, .
L. Anderson released his fish with a 150-
instead, wound up
BESS HARDWARE CO. Mr.. and Mrs. A. IL Rubenfeld I pound shark Ljjs I
of Scarsdale: N Y-. who have
fished here before,went out Saturday EW 1: 1yl '.

Where Fishing/ Beg Ms with Little Capt.Joe Ted They Prestonon caught Week's; LegalInstruments .

BOX N PHONf 38 STlltRT, FLA. four sails, two apiece and released .I
three. The fourth fish, L
JOIN THE STUAR SAILFISH CUJ3 NOW!, badly Injured was boated. j jr

ASSIGNMENT or MWTCAce
"WHAT.WAS-IT TALE-* Iwo T. JM MUM CltteM Muk .( d {91
1 TRUCKSwill
OR WHAT HIT THE SAILT ......, :r MODEL O
Here a porpoise story Capt. 'qUITCLAIMS Hart1AO.nnb
N Ray Young of the Spray tells. He ssms xn1.. C..tl. a

was fishing Mr. and Mrs Mark f Ott. ....... te ....-. <. 5artku.! .
N. Y, xdr..r A.nl l Cr *ek to R I* Vr 1**'
of : .
betterlight' 8 and Erdrlch two sails Chappaqua were hooked!! and CharlotU V." H. Wl Item.tTh5.rs01* Jr* M'. Mirtl" .' I*.. OMtChMIW C. W,, take place Friday, Jar\ 16/it an "open house" to be conducted I

being played. Then came a O, M : : yw.le:
: :
Cbeur O. U 4 rklll to Mirtl C aLt.
school of porpoise right behindthe SATISFACTION OF MOaTCACt by

boat, in amongst the fish r.It_. ..... ., i"""* to Hnbmt 0
One line was cut something hit Can ft ... -
...
to SMU
start
other cw. > Bank o
off the
and took 200 yards '
thin line Whatever It, was that struck HOLe -Ie Gad.- .lliiMi.m** H M. WEB OROC AY MOTORS
the sail,ripped the'fish completely WAalANTTHi
off the hook. Capt. Young Hwbst O. Cm ,5 ... a paeW.. C.III. .
.......
says he never heard of a porpoise I... P. "nI.. Ie r.... T. I..
year striking a sail, but be Is .... C -..... to him CU. CoM p

positive it wasnt a shark HDl.U; ...._ A. Dena.
reach i K KI Kr n Rent_... D.S..5 to III l to ... H. ..." With streamlined new trucks -Vie first post-war products of the '
I OLD TIME AUTO RACER I ,
HAS GOOD TIME:NO FISH ''I...... Bmiik. t* WII,.. KirwJ Ford Motor Company an attracVm, WEB ORDWAY MOTORS l ,
W 01..... MuM J- L*> A"
Mr. and Mrs.. Walter A. Kuckof ; I. will welcome the public its service and
w> showrooms parts
Detroit Mich. went out wIthCa"taln "" ..11 V*>e..M to Au N. ..*...- accessory
Karl Dare of the Jean a.lk.. .k.r.MOaTCACKKltdM U CkulM O. S...lllin*. and used vehic "yep/rtments. i'

Dare and Mrs Kuck won for herself aepsId. Co M .. to B-rWrt 0.ao .
a silver aallflsh pin, for her .tHtraM W '
measured 1 feet, 8* C. KlulM. .. In M Cilia....*..tR.
fish, which
Inches. Also aboard was Clyde f. wa.e.Kna to CltlMM B..k of We ouse'
Arranged Open
.. Program
an
C. Terry, old] time Indianapolis P,..... C."ll: to Chirk U tmllf. ,. ,
I racer who goes back to the days CHATTEL MOHTCACCnorJ I
of Barney Oldfield. Terry, unluckily Uk. .. clue ..k. at ssa$\.
failed to connect. He is W. U U M Ox*. CIHBOM .t .!. for public announcement of'the 1948 truck Ime because we feel that
.
a MM 1 to CHlMM aak (
t visiting and here business and It manager now secretary : of- U t v..... AStMCNTHlrtew this is the most important truck showing in Ford' history.

t the Midget Automobile Racing' eeC BaD to 55.5. *f Ftarkk.

Association of Indiana."I 14NI Sr AFFIDAVIT.. TIM Pulls.. "We 'entering the truck market of all time with
tl had a good time, even If I .'",t T.il a.. Fad to kUrkM* to M Tk. Pubis. .. are. greAtest the
dldnt get a fish," Terry said aiu. or AU widest range of models :and capacities Ford has ever produced. ,.t.4
kero cne mantle la! nps Capt Ford Carter of the S.... M __ U frM T. Jo kaixaAsc
Buckaroo fished William Morris MOHTCACC&
"arf M _II.. to B. J. atom .t u.aitaAsa .
for I of Oastonla, 8. C. last week and or JUDO HINT ......
I.avtifuliamp.! your got eight sails, the largest weighng B. fMi P.er, We expect to receive trucks during the coming months quantities,

Economical-1 gallon of roor 87 pounds and On returned Sunday, with theybottornl'WIed _; .., AJ'fu'Jrl 0. ...._ Of w.MOHTOACIto _.. ...Hir increased sufficiently to permit\ us to meet ,the heavy demand."

i MM ghee 50 hours of Ittdy.white CmerKka.ULE.
of sheepshead
about 100 pounds CONTRACT I
pow."'" light, See spot, etc PIHW. lIata.tM S.IN cwsKKs.. M
W. O. M.n....... ,
I them( witA lovely Madden N, T. SPORTS WRITER VISITS SATISFACTION OF HEN
i._ ( WMpli shorfei-tooiil!\ .LEE WULF; snows MOVIES Hie'l -sin ....... ... StlM* M Doe. WEB ORDWAY MOTORSPhone

Social Motes: Mr. and Mrs Ray rowii""or ATT'CaItIY
..At* about .the. Aladd Saturday night ,
i TruUlnger spent AIIoG A. Iunull Ie YI.1e. 'xGQ\ i

1 Bathe Converter,too at the Pelican TruUlnger U the Trw W i. L Ives 5. N" Ksubsr. 914Z Stuart Fla.
,
.*.at", or. fishing and hunting editor of the
New York World Telegram. IIU.IAG& APPLICATIONS"
Earlier bate evening he stopped .,.... .. enmm, ...K r.i. .......
BEDS HARDWARE COt } L..e.t.fe, .None Pate. J .
oft to ee Jerry Smith, an old =aasM h

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1 COMMENCING THOUSANDS OF THRIFTY SHOPPERS WILL SUPPLY THEIR PRESENT AND FUTUR


FRIDAY MORNING

-aofrit CALL YOUR NEIGHBORS TELL YOUR #> '
'GUI Until Sold Out ? ,

/i AT AI DAN RIVER FRIENDS, DON'T TRY TO COME--I ii 11iflJL

span ;' SHEETS and PILLOWCASES '
Pam Wilt xBUT BE HERE IN< THIS GREATEST ,

aibtyi taco .
SH ETS OF ALL SALES.
81 :x to87at $2.49

; toy .4.aJI; ,

r To Pillow Match!Caae; 22 r.36 54. You Won't ,Have T t' o Go Without Clothes


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MEN'S SLACKS COME 'WITH THE CROWDS! BE HE]


AN'TSV AND. Starts Friday



...Gabardines-..Sharkskin n,," .
4 : N.v-"t..LW\tQ IX' r
Tropical. BLUE HEAVY
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Large Assortment TWILL / Men' Fin Cotton Tee f
MATCHED +. irU !Stripe, Color S
? "also* to $2.25
up
: 20 % OFF WORK SUITS OOMen's

VAT DYED Now

i II: _.It. GK'r. :l.v. ..,r T-- SANFORIZEDREGULAR Rayon
41 Ikea Socks
MEN'S SHORT $6.50 a Sec vale,
4'a
,' SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS
.. SUIT NOW 291 I
if' '.: ... Made by.Manhattan -,Wing'and Now r I \I
\,// .1/ 'l" Shirtcraft: :'' "
'tD'I'Monarch { -"'. S
... Panel l Rib Ii '""<(!".,
f..J'" '---, Cotton and Rayon ',
: .$495 tr"dethirt. ( ,,: ,
,
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t : 5y
11 ,, $295 3 75 Regular s5e .r
I $ Now 49c l ,:(,:..'' /
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5tv 5r ..
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$395 IiIiU """"j""; -":..,, i\l\

.. Men' and Boys'Leather '
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1!;' J 'Ijj1;# 'i -it:
Sec our tables and
MEN'S WHITE J'ACKETSZIP ..
counters -e they
FINE BROADCLOTH
r
SHIRTS"AIRMAN" FRONT piled up with bart

Buy Now and'SaveSHOES

t % OFF SHOES
Made by Shirtcraft

$4.50 Regular ?/

i SALE $395Sin. f '

iii' Men and Boys' All Wool
14 to 17 I
-a- Broken Sizes..-Broken Lots ,.All displa!

( t SWEATESlipover Your convenience on racks and tables.

SHIRTS t't'F First Come..First.Served

Stripe Solid Y .
ter Color Your favorite material Up to$7,95 Value
,your favorite collar. I rrm Coat Styles
I For Buiinei Sport
and for all Occaiiont.GREATLY Tan..f'Blues Maise
; 1 r I Gray $100 to $395

REDUCED l I Black and White.-.also Sleeveless. ,
DURING TIUS SALE!
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1 t ***MVBiBMH BKaufman
f. H -'J:1&fr ',

; BOYS'ALL 20 % : : .
In all my uerchandUInf erperl*
I' WOOL o .nee M dJatlnetJt different.. r OFF _1 a rich abandane*f Arm;!rest, <
SUITS hare I been privileged Ie efftf 0*
"
flit Is Infinitely more t6se a
r='I .' planned merchandl ln|. .>'"hUFKTIMCt s
& I !! Ji. J.l
I Made of finestmaterials.
l\\ KASTUART
i, *j'*\*.\\ BOYS' CHILDREN'S
eI TOM SAWYERWashable

t : p v Re(. $22.50 J Slack Suits. ,PAJAMASFlannel,
',
,s -
I I Sale Sanforized and Vat Dyed 1 ,1 t-Tiec*, Ale 2-Piece Cotton
i Blue.'Green .Tan I DEP'S'TUA
I I '
,. $1695Siae. Value $5.95..Sizes 10 to 18 Regular.
:1.z9 $1 00 \
II 10 10 17 NOW $4.98 Now
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THIS GREAT SALE! TERRIFIC MARK-DOWNS' PREVAIL IN THE ENTIRE STOCK ,
COMMENCING
f FRIDAY, MORNING
4
TERRIFIC MARK DOWNS HAVE BEEN
L. L.SHEETING. ,
.. MADE IN THE ,ENTIRE STOCK IN THIS ;
.:, ,\
MOMENTOUS AND ALL IMPORTANT '
2 J6..inch j: ;

rs. : CLEARANCE SALE/. : .,' ;,1'
: sroaa2
Regular' 39c ,",
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S' 10 limited ydn,to'291 yd, 1 t f t
At 'Sensationa./P F
ou Can Buy These ic A Customer ;:, ,,

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THIS BIGGEST of ALL SALE EVENTS ;r COME FOR REAL BARGAINS It I Iary


16 SAo Me : *f5* %* I

'DRsgnTS
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Lathe I Wool A I f
s : THE SEASON'S LOVELIEST DRESSES IN I'!
EATER j COLORS AND NEW STYLES OFFERED AT ,, 1\\
A G S s.n& ., PRICES YOU CA1S WELL AFFORD. IT'LL PAY, ''II(
Our entire stock of latest f LADIES, TO BUY THEM IN TWOS AND THREES
style sweaters going atLadies' IF YOU STK LL WANT FROCKS WITH ALL THE
[Under Arm Bags ', hI4 1, FRILLS, AT THESE RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES.

Top and : t'I: ;'!'\' mm.: ..., -
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JILIIIiiI {
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String 'J
ind 2-tone* s t141:): :} ;.IJ,\( D R E' 'S S E'S .

alar: .. ; ; L; I: GROUP A
Syr Regular! V'Uuei. i
'l ,, ',; : DRESSES FROM
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:,7;; ; :'; $IQ.9S TO 18.95
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White -
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jBlHBMBHBWBHBSH 1 i B i
PLAY SHORTS: $ 1 00 :
p 3PItC PLAY- made of' Nicely tailored.
.... rayon. OKteSSjbSGROUP '
,, WITH IRY Full Cut,
.. .. Childre .. .. y ( '
Regular I $2.50 to Close'Out Pair BRegular I
S and JUMPERS rr .
j' Value
CHILDREN'S, FLAN. DRESSES FROM$10.95 TO $19.95 {
PIECE PAJAMAS ,
\2.PIECE. BALL ... ;,

woMlm L: BALLYHOO ; ':. 'E:; or,. 2 for $1500

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HOUSE S t ERS 1 I

Rose.** rank.,. .. Blue. .. DRESSES
,
Royal 5 y% :, \ .
:,\ .' GROUP C.
Regular $3.50 -Now: """:."",,.,.- .' <. ,\','""I'" :'. '.' Regular Value. .
.
..".y ,....- '." DRESSES FROM $12.95 TO $22.95
1 1I'f

SKIRTS. "L $1 0.95
i
f Y Wool and Rayon ,MVf :/ _._n 't ...O
Regular$5.00 .

,,, : NOW $395. ; c ,: DRESSES

A IN S GROUPD
I, Says 5 ..1..IfjgfljBiytpj"'i..iii'tty.j' Ji Ju.gg?.1J ,' SQTTON and RAYONSIKiRTI
+ra ent a t ", Up To
:
.aofa4a .tte toAe.edptloat : i
a.ka hlagnla.nor. $ SAC 1q98
ASTER erlw ca.rONLY $5.95 '
ONCI IN Ain O soda 'II. puiJ ......_;-.:"...... _
: Charge $0.60 to $6.95 Value 4' 95 1 nq1kil ,
_J NOW.... $ ',
'__",-y, "" .3 : DRESSES, I
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Women'i' House' .;' GROUP, E i
.Coats \.. It>, ,t,., .' :-: .,:" Prints.:*,..Seersuckers -'... Cotton and'Rayon
.
1ENT STORE" Quilted' }* .. ChvnniiURajren o ,1\ hi:',.:' _.i} ';::0.,' ,r' .
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ORIDA 209k OFF 'Reg. $6:;5p' SALE $3.98 a,



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T1\TU'I TOT STUART NEWS TDART, 9IAttTINMVNTY FLORIDA TUCRSDVr. JiUTART U, 1943 _


\ JAMAICANS FLY Corporation at Clewlston and for FLORIDA PRODUCE 40 Committees Exemplify I NEW IMPROVEMENTS OWNERS PUN FOB i I'I'I 'I Into a to kitchen serve customer leaving the dl Jdltion

HERETO WORK cither I MOVES NORTHWARD Probing
companies at Okeetenta ( RID: TOP KITCHEN
will speclallae In tried
.. ehfcw,
'and hUm,,* In the EverjisdesTb 'AIDED BY TRAINS
I West Palm Elfra b.- N, "J.\, S.- fiist three plane loads. a Yen for I :Mr, and Tubs.: Jack: NeIman of I The Nelmanl own the iw

,( 500 workers from Jamaica are total of 90 men arrived last week Jacksonville Jan IS (FNS> CongressionalBy Investigation'labor aalJ nbul'l. Tenn. who pure I Cat In Smoke, Mountains h,

being flown to Florida( to harvest and more were scheduled per- Shipment of Florida vegetable, I I .. I Red Top Kitchen which they will continue IG.
the ,
--- ---- chased crate during the
cane for the United States Sugar lodloaJIy. The pianos first land and produce continued to; roll to I IUllla

............................ ....... .... ,....J11..... .......... ...,......,... Northern markets holl I from L. C. Clements. han announced I II' I month Closing the season bl'NOT
despite ,
.- ""."......................."......"."..,..."..".".."...... .. ;";..."......."..""..,......."' ''I':: HOWARD; DOBSOV ,, 1 *"'mr"n'mt i tree. tons stibn 'Gels7Q.56 to i' '1..they plan to
'' day problems i ,. Stuart Improvement plan taint i
theft I'
'e'tl"all
t pAa'"B 5; William L. Wilson, director of Washington More than 40 < ." 111/,1"/. "" I include erection of a patio and equipment and staff to Bti
E C K R "S" 3 the Florida State Markets; said' congreulonal Investigating committees I I. -t'-t", f (' tindepart- I new kitchen facilities. The p""" I[for a Dec: 1 opening her ,

GUI/ :: x E there/ ...11I110 I letup because *f die are on the N,1lOOk.- in l pert': 'of lw! GivernmeiU, and Inches I lent building will be Converted I winter

AT :: 3 North of aurt on U. S. I J highly perishable nature of, 'I c-11'1'i me undying i l whether t">sl- I.. .. '
ln Into thing aS widely assorted -.u. -
k' ,iH.!Florida produce and because ot $ I dentof the District of Columbia -
if A J'I'jli DELI ous =!the demand for Christmas and i|as surplus war plants and :potato j 1 1'prices. should be allowed to govern Rain in 1947'
1 'New'/ Ye.rs dinners Increasing' II *
span bZEN USTARDS 5 : shipments of strawberries from I, !I II Uh, revive,* rT "JOE"

Pain I Plant the I I The record Is almost sufficient t ,I Special Senate ooountttfM are rainfall ton last r
A3pff = city nation winter I Ii I to bear out ,the promise. made| Although ; MOSEY
wits 5 berryCapital, were reported; and 'llnvesfcfeatls by an exulting Republican cgtn-j mania, was more thsrt an
fuel Hot Dogs, Ha burgers, Coffe / S'i daspH storm and tire at the Fort! gremman after\. his parly gook fivpsuatiwi,' the ,,6oeUtl! I' Inch below normal lfor,D-croaber

slbl...). 5:: Watch For' Our Stand Ju| $outh Jensen Cut.Off Road :==,ol Myers the flo gladiolus* 'n were farm kept, shipments moving I' control"W' of will the start House each and SensM ae.. :1' .bun; \ Its' iJriwrnri the hninigratl -; her tilt 1.8111141bet total amass ', & PLUMBING

= At Tampa, the Seaboard. Air' dksaI ,.n si"I t t ri anti: Statehood tat I ed on six: days of the month
niimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii/iiHififiiiiifiiiiiiHtmiiiiimi/ / $iiMiim/miiiiiimH$ / with a prayer and end It I
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'Line! and Atlantic Coast Line probe" Ale;!kiAnd brought the year's. total to 78.58Inchos JOBBING I CONTRACTING

'(P !t C ( !( ("= : :, if4i u Railroads have announced reestablishment An exact count of the commit- I the Appropriations of tile:! Com-'I highest In hearty 20 PlOMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE
both ildes -
of fast Diittct on CapIt
advancedservice
|v to the larger Eastern (vet la Impossible becauseevery ;I Iroc spKlal authority to run yaw.. acocrdmg to official reports -"! L WORK GUARANTEED

A NE\V' P ACE TO G g : warkn for Florida fruits and regular: to committee Into JIM stibcommlt-the authority I UiHi! own- Ultle Invt! lIt1tn1& I: I'd'by, V S. weatherobserar RAINS BU1G. / PHONE 311
split
2 : Vegetables effective: With load. I They 'ii ro tho wianiHtee' that I ;Jaha !N Mann. ;I II
iota, Monday tees, i i crk' how much money the c.'I! minfsJl ,toUU inJSeptember'Of [ 'I '
; 8 "The Big D ref Soda hop"Th. 5 f This service affords third 1 Itself Con l !Into sabromtntttee sub" sabeommitteeslast even :split| ,' reutivs depnrtlnpnie can have to ''i 18.W inches and In October( ,'''iiiiiiiiiiii i i ii i /il 'Itlllllllllllililllllltlllllllllll i i iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH,, '1
.' inches headed the list luIM7
j morning deliveries at New York {i t'Cmt 1$ 70
: Philadelphia and Baltimore and year.When They do not always\ choose to' which I began normally i ; ILL FttEE
Oniy 1'0' ntein Gift S tp jj f i i fourth\ morning deliveries at its assigned Job Is fin-j' tote the! figures of the departicnUi / enough but began exceeding
Irked, subcommittee dis.nlveef I
Boston Trains the |k j > (or thy' '< mon nomtls/ in April and continued> I
)i on faster serf & ( nft yPLWtfc :i Doing BuiineVs As
if. for M a and Miles f vice will) go out dolly/ except So the total numb*? In action ,< '."' ....,.,-,-.... through November. '
\ !I Sundays The service has been I I can change from week to week NEW flJEAD I j The;" jiornwl for January Is 2.05
4 On U. S. Highway N I lIobe Sound: FrcbtMy Ibe daddy of then' j 1 1 EquipmAit t Sale ,a 4 Service Co.
t established
j each season at about Oh I FLOTILLA Inches,
thl.... tlm... 'all .h the mmHtee now headed !i .___..__
o":
i( Ct.( (: t( f sssv ICP.c !(1I 'A fey Senator' BreitfiterMe( ,) I: Moisture "where and, hen You Want It"meticaron
j ; 1h'at.J FARM LOCATION '
j OWEK UNITS
: and tilled the Committee to investigate Phil Pence 14 the JYSTW1S PUMra AND SrHAVJ 'at
-
----- l here from Jamaica, the workers the National MefenM" new commander of Stuart Flotilla <:USOrEXINGS!\ (h Wt MAyuTACTVUK
ar pomd through immigration I II !started out investigating the 9, U 5 Coast Guard Aux ----- f Free Sprinl* PorUbla Irrigation Systems
HOSE and then flown to Cle lton, iMar effort yean 1"0. Us first Mary. at the orantllstion'smeeting The Federal Government will *
heart of the boss wan the then Junior Jan, 6 at .the''start a veteran. class In agrl- M w four riEact l / :s **NC* Art
nigaricane Industiy << SenatorI : Io 10. ft t..,w .. .. ,
SEN ATIONt I from Mlwoorl Ilsrry 8. Truman I Log Cabin Von K JoUrdat\ ) was'iCuUural\ vocation. paying married

I This committee most recently Installed: as new vic -Mmmrnder, 111410 $90 a month and single!iiitiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.!! / II/--'1t111illlll1111111iilliltltllllilllllllllllllullWH '! .;;
GRE HOUN hit the headlines with the gaudy and J. D City at training ,.of4lcer. men WS a month while receiving
Se
vtorv of how an air 'force general 1 Instruction. Supt. of Public Jntttictkw -
i I\.rt th' full life during the wr A special presentation ceremony Roscoe HoHina announced -, N YOU NEEDLUMBER
: RUNNI '
GN A GRAPETTE today ,Apportion
"I i lyttiI" with August Bradley Miami
Coast Guard officer. In mutt be made through Itim \and
GHTLYRhlt :(i l: 'charge win held< to give 27 mem- at least 10 must apply to\ form a -

I ,.t i ust !body i the Commit: ,) e on I Imrl'tctln 'b.rx ,of _the_ auxiliary__Victory class \ !
; _
__________ loR
ORS NE .
l \ Actlriues\ + K on old Mosaic of worm war u mortrlpluits i ANY
""I I 10. tin_ it has a dlfte'it included! Arnold Ball V1ATOUSEK MEADS
T TH Urn all other such pr, Leland Batter Pence, W. B AND ASSOCIATIONOtto I
", ',,m, It is permanently establ Baker web Ordwfcy Cray. lames BUILDING MATERIALCA&L
,, 'I l 01' 1l1i1111f rest have! tuinu P Burnctie, Homer Hudson, Jack Matoustk "was elected: .

,I 10.\,\ ''d rum t'me to tiup fI"r"IjIIII1'111 Llsk, Mat Smith, B. H Hansen, president of the Stuart Band Association I
PALM BEACH y till tT .r Ivor.w ..y i. l action. John S Mhhaeliton. F. W. toy! I at a Joint meeting or'' OR SEE
111: House and Senate Have! 'Ii J. Schwarzel Ralph W Hurt- old and new' directors\: at the
"\1(' joint Investigating comi man A L Lane James R pome- court house Jan 6, Oth

KENN / mre'. i L CLUB This one 1 Is the Joint Cornmlttee Kmntth Jackson Euswne!: Am. Morrison/ vice-president; Erwin;

on the Economic Report, old, Arthur Rowell, Jack L Cole- F Johnwlck( secretary and B. D.
senator Taft *-Ofilaf lA t5snian $$'-,{ bas, Eitwst! .Carve, Fred 'RuWlUiam .,I > .l trtawtter. "The new directors -
A f:AC S and R'pu W olcOH
vice-chairman. 'It /has) 'B triple-1 I Berk man. : J. Greene Garland Bdenfl-ld.! .
Race ightly ; threat lubcpmmlltfs, nveetUjt-| I, ftillon and .Mra Morrison' ,
ZIPS Ing cost-otrllving price. and ITRTiLIZEIR OVStllPTIOV
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the three chairmen are Senator MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS! : ,t i ,
Slanders RVt> and Watkins The bureau of Inspection of I aw11tMm
FIRST .ACE .
8:15 B +** Jf W i Twis|
.R.Utah 1 and Rep. E!finder iROhloi .- the State Department of Agrl- i i r .,, :'tort 5,115 ll?+ikM. Ws Palabw
/. cult\urt reports 82.3 tons of ferUllzer .. ",-
There is a Joint Committee on'iiuuslpg I' / materials and 234 J tons I ; :ales 1 A..;,:U. ; Imu w *a s. .n'

Quinelas a Race eaarsAcTs'vast :, and Its chairman toRip of mixed! #rtiiHr wr consumed I #d i I'. wn.r, HrUlitjn naM., ..adnetts : TA Rort where teit .6y Joe'MarsrjVho
cry I a. aeti"n, Won' a.s'S'
ND TItLImvr.uNAatIoe Gsttntle (N-NYi, Senator j j in. KUrtlt) County dt.u1.nltj .J<,k .*i,u.... Stnutuvun sod"11IIII'I' MOe .
$ : Jiickeiitoouer (R-la,I h M* we biovoftlber 1f1aCT, .... .::, Jtlwirt. f f'j -
Daily Double and 3rd Races as warrt.a h; ----.o |
Joint CX rii iMt on Alomk to. "
jn /NWRAMCaFLORi: I erg, and E'nstor Ball firMinn I

I A i is bog'of a special\ com, : Yachting Interests Foresee '
No mitt admitted : miner to study labor-mainme- / ArdWe, Anyway?

ABSTRACT CO. I meat( relation as they work out .
Year in 48 '
Special Cl use Service JIM kEe or.' I under the Taft-Hartley law. Biggest; Boating
Pr.dITUART J I The other joint committees ar* Subjrsl can,, ap I Bill Web. 4ir. sees dust siatl.t. .-beeua
a RIDS I Studying the executive branch of I : 'i. i s alter 4. .' .
fort;; as w* were .'r If rnpKtinf fnpl. la IAnfrom
I i the' Government non-essential ,St, Augustine, Florida Lauderdale i, rhaUln aver beer nd! ..
: t .belil. frets bed I. ..
./ ....-7 --I I I I expenditure! and taxation. Coast yachting InterasU look north end of the l beach; will be :JIM'. wl' ,rth''fol "......"p
: FOR w'" !> The House and Senate each,' forward to the biggest boating'; dredged to 20 feet A ,concrete I, ourtoWell. Wlte4t tomttroml where" r lit, butt\
has small what w cojrunltlee business 'I
a on
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season since the war In 1948 by seawall will border the work.1 boo '
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I"I fit'AND/ -- coalrmanued respectively ,i tlollsmratry rt Scotch- .our merka_.. strong, it"l
DEPENDABLE SERVIC J way of the Florida Intracoastal The new Lauderdale yacht basin Englis I reuivl
pudleys
by Rep Ploeser I R-Mo) and j ( tolerant Our thampaeahip.e
Phone ."':- 'I SenUor Wherry 'iH.-Heb.l.i Each i! Waterway i I It Will extend 1800 by BOO feet and I folks ere mini! Uck from Individual liberties an.
I 265 will cost about U,000.000 itself '
i has s committee investigating I A broad protected marine' Miami has begun Urgr-scale! Tenns nUiSloiirewtrs{ mrell's i.ml.r brought a p.ofite from all faith

VOLLR H I' Oov'rnmenl disposal of surplus boulevard paralleling the ocean, construction of new dockage to' 1> in Holl.ni all landiAt*prove that rupeetfcnaanot

THE PLUMBER i I property Florida 527 miles of the/ Boston I cars for Increased: yacht and c_ pile\ .bloodinrffTfrywrtlonof resa's rat a Or 9 right li the grgles

WE ARE ,| The newest investigating come> to Key West Intracoastal Waterway .. commercial traffic while Jacksonville -, I bit fIl.pyft1 easel d the globe' .,.. lend! humility can knoll I'fl|
DIPPED TO HANDLE mlttees belong to the House,
ANY SIZE JOB Interests
I ,are fast gaining : merira.VVe ee
One, headed constitute> this State'x
NO JOB TOO I by Rep Anderson11K major
ARGE momentum In a program to dill tot diir! .renee I. \tart sad
NO
JOB ,
TOO TALL I Minn,I, is getting into a artery of boat traffic( By this build !
STIMATES SUBMITTED a treat new marina )in ltoe.cron4-wh'lh tttj apply uOnljr
p>rob" of trading on commodity
route yachts and small craft of 'that city to accommodate an I Slide. history M' r. tk_
markets Another: directed.
; byRep every description follow the wild ever-rowtng. : marine business. I -
VOLLRAT IR.-N.Y.I.I.
PLUMBING SERVICE I for possible Macy! "Ire; market looking practices geese to. Florid very winter and''! I Ii The Scheduled channel to at be 8t deepened Lucie :Inlet and':' CoPrm+sh.l9de,Ualad 5 i llrvtuwe /gsdbw

all AKRON AVE STUART VLA I' in such fields as lumber cruise north with the spring.'I'' bids on that'project wtjl! be op*

". r I i and steel Even more boat may be expected ned,Jan ISEverywhere.
I The House has two subcom"mitt : ., '
... _. If planned Improvement aremade along (he Intra-
i Inrestljatlng supplies of, .
'
coastal In'
I I' Waterway\ work I Ia !
I petroleum products tar" civilian' lilt waterway from !Boston to progress to make East Florida < OLD WASHER
and military use They coma Jacksonville maintains a 12-foot more ever the number one
III ; from the Interstate I and ForeignCommerce i controlling depth but the Jacksonville ., crulseway\ the nation I
and the Armed Service
to i
Mlaptlsection
of, the
committees Each is going canal can guarantee only in (- ROUNDUP

J.J.I / Its own way. foot depth In an attempt to I iREAL.ES
J.t The Route Agriculture Committee bring the Florida portion of the,

Is investigating the potato waterway lath: line with sections I '
t "jrp'us'! sad pear wifoj aa<;! to,O'J-er: .* the Florida Ji ,'

.. _. long-range farm legislation The land Navigation District Is accelerating I SPEGIAL'RAGb tN FEE
...
t Senate has an Agriculture\ subcommittee -
its campaign 'for appropriation : AND EASY PAVMENjTPLAN
doing the same Job on of federal. funds In TE

comprehensive planning for agriculture ',1948 Prefacing U. 8. action, district HELP YOU BUY TTJfBENDIX

SEE JUS FIRST OR officials already have procured OF YOUR DREA
The Senate Foreign Relations most of the necessary: ,
Properties
Committee sent a subcommittee property right' asked by u 8. I of r. Isirnfs No more wwh /
( drudgery Tor
PHONE abroad last tall to investigate Engineer for prosecution of for aale
,
STUART 66 I the effectiveness of the Voice Uieir work I you! Th Bfdl* doe li all!

I of America broadcasts' and ottv Hoping for widespread Federal Washes,tryg .rln 1ft, sad damp

FOR BUDDING MATERIAL er U countries s. publicity Traveling effort in mach foreign Improvement of the Florida in- ?Alto rental. and s us-, drys she yC ibis .... when
NEEDS traeoastal Waterway, a number
I the tames route was a special of East Coast cities have begun alice 'you'V. /It in ihs hoastl
'
House committee investigating extensive local
of improving
programs -
European economic No fat wsiher
conditionsand Ply saved
yachting facilities to so

CASA ILUMBFR several subcommittee House Foreign studying Affalrs handle an even larger boating Edward Map m I work,. .:Kxp ,hoe waler' '
Influx '
co. clothe .
various phases o.tr. 8. Foreign. West Palm Beach l Is now constructing for so many ..a.
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policy out ot hmilitilONI ; !
dockage for
an additional
STUART Realtor '
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The Housj has a special '
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FLORIDA craft along five block
committee Investigating the national of metropolitan property on Lake I P. O. rooA rot riun-m/ txntiHALL'S
Arcade $Idg. '
.. "'---- newsprint supply, several Worth. At Canaveral Fla.. a re.
------i cent election brought forth Phone 19
ELECTRIC
; bond Issue of Uses.ooo/ to -I.I SERVICE

EXPERT WHEEL: ALIGNMENT a new harbor Daytona' C f I Poa Vtfw* Arcade
too floated a 1947 bond issue to dfw Phone 13
'WE HAVE JUST ODED A FIRS construct a new yacht basin At '
STAFF OF CLASS FRONT END MAN TO OUR Jacksonville Beach Impetus 1 Is

J + EXPERT MECHANICS. .THIS MAN HAS HAD YEARS OF being given a program of balk- West V;1m

EXPERIENCE IN THIS LINE OF WORK.: heading a turning basin tang ,
f FREE INSPICTION ASK .BRING YOUR CAR OVER FOR under construction, and building I 4Directory
FOR AL.
"' a new yacht club rtsE WHEN IN

We Guarantee Your atiar action c. for Almost p.ooo.OOO will. b& spent' FJ IRMS \PPRECI WE P' t BEACH .
Jiarbor Improvement: at 6t BUR PATRDN c..t'..
Augustine if --,
recommendation
WILEY MOTOR CO. made by U. 8. Engineer: and approved BADCOOk'S sail 550051 To so osOPricAna
by Port and HAWTHORNE '
City Commissions f512 Clemali t :
i ARTHUR AUSBORN AND RUSS WILEY ; arc carried through a* St. ROOFING co.

North Federal Highway/ expected. Fort Lauderdale I Ia pay _H Furniture land
Phon. 291 ing a tool 44,000,000 for a new House Furnishing V a00PINo" -aHxg? ,METAL.
yacht haven. A marina will be ,
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Or7Glg'r'arRa MCATMaVUmLATDWWArcaraoorma
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THE STTJABT! NEWS, S}pART,.HABTra.CplJNTI;rLORIPA..THCTSDW:; JANUARY IS. 1SII ,
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i cream and cake were served to first joint meeting of superintendents program by the $9U Legislature, I .
MANAGER News
GAY'S booths are being completely remodeled Palm City '
' and s{ebullt In most InStances 'I Sally Ann and Joe Backus: of Jensen and supervisors since j English: aaldEnglish :
Orlando, Jan. -CbmptroiU: which1 will give the Fair Vincent Lee Hlgbee Ernie the Inauguration of the annual \ will address the educators J ;;A I
Saturday appointedJ. Too Late 10ICLASSIFY Wednesday an the "Iro- .;
M. day that "new look" that everyoneis Hlgbee, Bobby Wortham and supervisors conference following \
Bishop! the,Statewide of Orlando campaign a* mans talking about these days. Palm City, Farms Residents Betty Ann Hlgbee. the enacting of the supervisory I parlance of Cooperative_ Action d i ,

of Day seeks election forour.year SO successful was the Electric Among those from Palm City, Call MatStu125 for Orobestra Talent'

,which term at comptroller Exposition, sponsored by the Comfort 2 Victims' Families attending the Eastern: Star 4Diners 111
Electric at last \V* Play For :'
rorUta.Her\ ** held the post By RUSSELL KAY Tampa Company Thursdav bight were Mrs. V. V.
:
) otJ.M.le.Liphalt year's Fair, that additional apace! Cocktail Parties, W dings
death -- ,
,ce the/ By MRS ANNA a DAT 1-----: Worthara, Jr. Mrs. Lee Hlgbee. '
-------- has been provided and tM 1948 ? ;
Combination
- : Electrical Exposition will 'be a Orrin Joseph; born Dec. 27. Theyreported Mrs Robert Worthara{ and Mrs. Any / ,I.t I.

,l r While the politician are planning knock-out. The residents of Palm City and a wonderful vacation C. M. Hlgbee. and THE ItfELODY MEN I'
RUS H
$
t tt 1, to stag their 'big show Practically\ every big national Farms wish to extend sympathy fa vlTg been entertained royally, Richard Sudhoff left last week TEX.. t,. I

next Spring the real event of manufacturer of electrical products to tbe families of the two young by relatives ana many old friends for the Alabama Polytechnic Institute "
the season will be tin Florida and appliances will take men whd were drowned early at dinner and parties Nat having ,
'Auburn, Ala. Herbert youil and Reiital .
State Fair to be held in Tampa part. The outstanding feature six LIST Rooms, ApartrAnta .diJ} ,
in or ;
five years
seen snow
February: S to 14. of this great show will be pro- Sunday morning' They were the deep snow and 'winter stormswere ( Sudhoff, Jr.. also left for Oalnetvllle flumes! witlfus. f .
Sox No. 277VKRo Workmen have been awarmlng' vided by Westinghouse Electrical James sX Nipper of the Farms really enjoyed. tor the University- of Flor- : W-
one !4 over the grounds and building and 'Lloyd Campbell of Stuart FULFJORD6UY1N
ACH, FLORIDA Company. : Mri. Mary Paulk and small ? ,
!
putting thing In readiness and From its mammoth laboratories and were In a car driven by Arthur daughter Mary ,Ann,*of Daytona ida.Mrs.. E Ball /and son Ronnie,I r.1f..
f LE Central Manager P. T. Strelder Dubrule of Jensen who lost, ;
will come Samuel Hlbbens, Beach were over-night guests t months old from St. Louis"tm !
\.running around In circles trying o .SEL RENTING
Sold an In.talled Internationally famed scientist! control of the machine while Wednesday and Thursday at the I | l
to And a building stretcher visiting at the home of( her par* f7PEHTYM1/'ACBMENT
Tilefor 'with an array of electronic gadgets :-' crossing the Palm City bridge .home of Mrs. Anna B. Day. I
an Rubber or something that will provide that presage the puah button and plunged 'into the river near :Mrs. B. F. Hodapp and son' ents Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. I j frlte P. 0.ox No. 4
oorePlastic more exhibit space. the Debrule's! cries for and Friday She is known here as Lydia Smith Colorado '
world ot the future. This amazing drew Hsrbie, spent Thursday :321(North Avenue : i.
In of the fact that the will return to St. Louis in :
spite and
and luminum demonstration will' be presented help were heard for nearly a In Melbourne at the homesof Piton 317 '
Fair plant has been expanded half-mile and soon several her Dorothy and two weeks. ''tnlla her first visit :
men
Wall Ile In a theatre adjoining the 'daughters Stuart Florida e
until It now numbers 25 exposition 'where, were on the scene, but too late Winnie. Her grandson, "Perkle" hone) since tier marriage. .
nd Electrical: Exposition her' ...... ..-. ,. .1.1ii''
Sanding still isn'troom celebrated
buildings there Joyce Crews
oor thousands of the most modern, to'' rescue Nipper and campbelL Langford, returned with them. '" )I '
rug Cleaning enough to care for all who electrical appliances the mar Oebrul 'was taken to the hospital .Mrs. Jack Link: accompaniedMr 10th. blrthdtoy ;Dee. 30. Gamer ,.. ..

Bulldog Con rete For' wish to participate.More 1 ket today will be In operation.' to< recover from shock The and. Mrs. Fred Orman and,. were played ana refreshments of is.
counties will' dhow this cake and Ice 'cream
The show will be titled 1 "Eleo.- bodies of the others were located DaNUa Deno on New Years I birthday
eel forpu fo poured courts. year and every indication points I'trtcal Adventures ot Tomorrow." 'I later Sunday. morning to. Miami to visit her were served. Ouests were Penny Highest QasrT For 'Your Car +?
to more complete and L'Heureux, Joan Blackslone Pa-
tedly. Save comprehensive al I The home of Miss Viola Kreid- sisters sad other relatives there
Use re of Florida's This one exhibit will bs tricia Leighton. Laura Palmer,
displays resources -
er on South Fork burned to the and in Hialeah. She also, visited
mater' l and man whole fair In Itself. It will,occupy Mallory WON'T'rA.t FIVE MINUTESWe
oney, and products than has ground Saturday evening. The bt ''daughter, Nora and son. Donna Thompson. Karen E
ever before been assembled. The more than 38,000 square attended Joan Thompson and Fran:
fire started from unknown origin Jlnunle and wife. She t
ODUCTSdt choicest products of farm and feet of door apace and wilt be during her absence. On arrival the dog .races, and enjoyed the c.ls: and 'Norman Crews. can pay you th* U. P. A.'limit for your car wWcb
PARBRITE field will be attractively displayed one of the largest shows of Its home she found it burning and: beaches, though too cold for ----------- is as much as; ou can get anywhere' and It +
SER CE with fresh fruit and vegetables kind ever shown in this country. all efforts to extinguish it were swimming.' They returned Jan. 4. HEALTH ASSOCIATION STAY jplTHIN THE LAW "';
predominating Display Another attraction you will futile The home and contents' Mrs. Mae Hosford of Atlantawas MEETS WITH STATE ? '

surely\ want" to see machine Is the built tint were a total! loss.\ Her many the .luncheon guest Fridayat WORKER ON JAN. I SUNRI$; MOTOR CO. =: 'f'f3f
Ice manufacturing
Jack Usk.
friends here extend to her their the home\ of Mrs
''by Dr. John Conic at Apalachicola Edward Sudhoft The Martin County Tuberculosis -I :
Mrs.
sympathy; The home was partially Mr. and 1>25 Soutb Dixi
1845 and still capable of Association met ..
in insured. and -Joseph. Turckes of Detroit and Health f
j This will bI shown Jan. S with Fort Pierce Fla. IL Tekphone;..1DO
LITTLE operation ) Mrs. Alfce Burretl mother ol left Wednesday for Miami and at the, court house .. t
In connection with-the Franklin Mrs. Ed Mapp and Allen BurrfU, Key Largo. They also visited Miss Alva Ray, Held health! worker ; 1 4
1 County exhibit. I I of the Florid/ Board of I II +
died' Saturday night at Martin i Miss Mildred Suotioff in Miami. .
STROK 1 Progress made In norlda'illvNtock Health, concerning the mobile + ----- -
County' HOIpltal. Services were Edward Sudhof' is the brother of -t
\ industry both beet and' Miss Mildred X-ray Unit scheduled Uj be in ---.-
held at the Johns Mortuary Tues Herbert Sudhptf. !
s (dairy cattle, will be reflected In day at 4 p.m. Mrs. Burrell had Sudhoff Is his niece.: Martin County Feb. -13.. Report and
Fell Great\\aks th* Florida Fair's great Livestock been ill a long time. Her many Sam Whittle la staying at the was given that to date leu than I "DINE DANCE"SEYMofil'S .1 t '
Ex p ea It Ion. Some'of ,friends here regret her passing home of his sister Mrs. S. A. half of th* 830 persons to whom .
the finest cattle In the world are : and extend sympathy to her Lane, during the absence of his seals were sent have, responded I C
produced in Florida and wintri family. mother, who was called to Madison and that funds received are approximately Yr
AND so kb with visitors from co-called cattle i the illness of her $300 short of the ,
Late Saturday Mrs J. A. Peck Fla. by a
.cconplUliB?" of y I producing states are amazed t< of Stuart formerly of Palm City. mother. amount sent In this time last INN

otter large g. ae find such stock In this state. The fell and broke her hip. She Is Mr and Mrs. Bruce Thompson \ year. The usual followup cards }
premiums ever offered of will out trtls week to remind
highest j I now at Martin County Hospital and three children go
Wk M'adequate| I$aasjroe.etio. i'cover a variety of breeds and Friday was her 83rd birthday and Cincinnati and mother, Mrs. E. J.I those who have not responded. //TASTY, DELICIOUS i t tflixed
foe oar eea i cross-breeds including Brahmana. have been visiting at Present were Charles A. *
: she was given special honor at Thompson
tot lsr.ace.with t L tee f Georgia laturucy policy Herefords, Aberdeen-Angus 1 th* Palm City Church annual the home of his brother Mr. and I Christopher president;'MISI Amy l Drinks-4rBeer on Draft wt f

his Shorthorns and others. dinner that night. She Is the Mrs. Gene Thompson ''for two Hulls, secretary; Mrs. Lloyd SOLOVOX I
OWjHE
tht it oldee..ublslest a Aid foe fcmily1. infitdui* sue Inv '. GENE '
IIpAR
/ Inspired by the steady : oldest charter member of the. weeks. They left for their home Travis Miss Flora Stanley
!Ia ti
M s policy fc brawl bM l faViU tot s Iltde l bl/.i a tim.\ habits especially those displayedby John Llpps, winter resident, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce .ton Miss' Beverly Smith and STEAKS ,I'I'

Whether you seeds be Krai or modat, ft s friendly the participating counties, 'who has been ill for about two 'Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray. OUR SPECIALTY, I '

lib of Georgia Astal workout elite fauurtnc* program commercial ploying the beat exhibitors talent availableto We era-! weeks proved.is reported His son,-as Lloyd being came 1m-' Gene sightseeing Thompson along spent the east the coast.day I TWO MAY ATTEND SCHOOL Jensen; B yth, .. 'e1 SEYMOUR GIDEON i
build their booths IN GAINESVILLE fi
with you today. design and south from .Or::o with him and They returned home Sunday eve CLINIC Owner I
and displays Modem \illuminated his two sons Lester and Layton, J 1

animated.replacing dioramas and t.he I have arrived from Ohio. ning.Mr.. and MrS.-S. A. Woman had 1----1: I-- __ .. ___ .'\ A, I
spectoramas W J. Griffin w/io has been In Mr. and Mrs. MiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiV )
as Sunday guests i iiiiiKiihiniiirfiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiM'
de\ Rollins !
of exhibits in many ent R. H. ::
old type I the hospital for some time, Is\ Simon Ward ot Lake Worth and I 3rd annual conference of school' I: 5 1 d
partments. f reported Improved. State College, 'Pal4r. I:
Oaspartlla-Carnival, always supervisors Gainesville Sunday Clock Stoppedi/
The feature ol Word has just been received .and Mrs. Earl Lambert- and through Wednesday State e:1 '" JI
I
TNa OLD axis .L IINOE 1551Your the Fair an'outstanding,':will occur this year or here of the death of Mrs. C.::' S. father of Lake Worth wore guests School Supt. Colin English has, 5::! ,_ t.s'Ms'e.'tt wn.adr'. race arc r C ir. j
Laidman. In Toronto Canada of and Mrs. Clyde Detrow, .. ... .. E
Feb. 9, while Shrine Day Mr announced e r 'R' 'ir '- vk I
\ Monday. for the following! Dec. it Dr. and Mrs. Laldman Sunday. More than 250 teachers, supervisors :; \ Ii"' J..... '..... .rtI1 tw.. =
la scheduled served the Palm City Church, Mrs. Ed Mapp have _5 'irk" ....1..1" ,
Mr. and ) II "" loa ""I ::
wit school super ; aI
..... .. .. Feb. W. Parades and county .
Thursday. .,
and \ ,.
six 1
-- here as pastor gears ago returned from Fort Worth Tfexss to attend '=; S '. .IANI) .a trtyl.l =
be staged officials on both In of charge'these big ol their many friends here are expressing 1 where they spent a three- intendenti the meet are which expected will deal :E: ,f< All *Jrk lull, tu..wt..4 /lo, m H .j
days and sorrow" at her passing. the holidaysat ***" & 5C&nplete
week vacation over ;
:5:
of school problems ;
many all phases
events promise with
'
gala '
these Dr. Laldman's address 151 Mc- and '
home of their son i'e.r"
the
!
commune::
that Y
idle on
features with emphasis |
startling + Jewelry
and
moneyCan new them more brilliant Roberts Ave.,Toronto. ,Ont, Can- family, Mr. and Mrs Robert ity-school programs. This D the :: U, t
'will make ; '
ada. Mapp. Robert, known here as 1 = 4 Service 5
and colorful than ever before. Mrs. Marion B. Flak has written -; Bobby, and wife now' have two, ...4----,...--'--' -I '
P. T. SlderIII ,
s:
General Manager that she has recovered from: children. Alberta Bobby and ; !;
14 I, !' -, her recent severe cold and is feeling Tommy LOYAL ORQtR OF !
much better than when she Stanley parties have been held' MOOSE i ::
I I
left here for Oregon. the past week at the home et 5TUA.T L OEae I IS"t : STUART) JEW SHOP |

2 M Mr. and Mrs. William 8. Bur- Mrs. Pauline Crew and by Ver- .MaTs C ...a EONF.80AYS P. M. I ::
dick arrived home Sunday evening nelle Baker at the home of Mrs. AC ou7H' 0 Oughterioli Bldg. ft Stuart. l Fla. f
alter a month's visit in New Fred Walton. One will be held Meo Home
Jersey and New York with soon at .the home of Mrs. O. B.I a. FLD. 6 HIGHWAY 1 1'ii
Per A num friends and relatives over the 1 CadwelL LL-L'L' ill llltllllll"11111lQlllllltltlllllllllNllllllltt1111It111tIr, I d7111t1111H1i.It111tttltlfI.t.Iii

I holidays. Bobby Wortham celebrated rusi6th I ? H.
The latest figures I' Robert Oroendyke df Robblnsville birthday Saturday afternoon|' r

Insuredfsavinj on DESTRUCTION N. J, friend of the Sudhof( with a lawn party at his .
Accounts BY FIRE, 1 I/Our' family Is in the Martin County on Palmetto: Way. Games home I r

Country A tf> n e ,. Hospital for an appendectomy played and a birthday )
The Federal Savings &d Loan I urance Corpora. flame now operation and was attended by cut and served with Ice cream. f'J.
ar
lion Insures individual Accounts to 35,000. Husband, D. Stone of West Palm Beach Guests were Frances Crews Ar fJ rl
consuming f prop'frtyat fell Nel and Nan Freddie
Mrs. Charles Krumm thus Bowers
and wife may have total of $16,000.fully Insured. th/rate of Thursday In Stuart and Is now and Mary Francis Walton CREAMERY CO. 1{,

First Federal savings ceounts are fgal Investmentstor ?UR. .s/ILLIQN nursing a badly sprained ankls. Vincent Lee and Shirley Hlgbee
Trust Funds, as weH M Funds hifl by Guardians, LA PER The Palm City Store 'was sold Ernie Hlgbee Betty Ann Hlgbee

Administrators and Eycutors.pRST Y Rs a record last week to Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Sally Ann and Joe Backusof f
fha Moral Joss who purchased It with the Jensen. J1LJI1JJr i +
Cafl or Write high building and contents from W. C. Mr. and1 Mrs A. H. Bursonl)
is ele .B* SUREENOUGH Deardon.The Deardons left Monday are moving into their new homeon
you ha [ In their trailer and expectedto McCord Ave. this 'week. 1'

[ > RALSavings Fire iranc* to move it to a small trailer camp Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Langen-
.FE cow ACTUALLUES. south of Stuart until another location bach and small son Freddie, of

RISi \ for business is found. Sprinfleld, Ill., are expected to, \7\\\ ,
[ As ciation HAV Y I? Mr. and Mrs. Oscar: Eng, guests arrive in Palm City this week to \
for the past month ot Mr. and be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
it":. of lips" ian River Count Mrs. C, H. Volts, left last 'week Ernie Hlgbee. Mrs. LangenbackIs
:, ; VEROflBEAClr.FLORIDi I for the Carollnas.Mr. the sister of Mrs. Ernie Hlgbee. A BREAK?
: ? Dial) 2187 E MAP and Mrs. a B. Cadwell returned Shirley Hlgbee celebrated her '
lt-BOth, \ from New Haven, Conn., 3rd birthday Sunday afternoonat

,II. R. Street lck. Secretary-Tr< surer ::1 Every Kind Jsa 3, after spending two weeks her home oa Palmetto Way.
kid Federal lnasranc.Pb.ae there over the holidays with She had two birthday lakes one
Home Loan Bank .
Member Feder their children and grandchildren baked by her grandmother Mrs.A. :

M Savings, d Loan Insurance rp. 19 P.O. Area In and near New Haven. While .H. Bursonl which she had decorated o\\

Cyrrent divide rate. -wife there became their son parents Robert of. And a son with little plastic toys. Ice



-"'-- STUART for
states that the IMS Florida State t
4'd
1
Fair will far surpass all previous CITY, COMMISSION Yuf t5ah o i lis'e d5..stetth5r
shows from the standpoint of 5urited ,5ne.rby
fl SURE WTH DEMON attractive displays and entertainment Regular ting v iet a l

features. He feela it 8:00 PJ Ctalce red Prelen.

.. Is the best balanced show, ever 2nd and ata rI4..a tinvNm1e r
HOME assembled and there will be, a yeaf Stop at the fountains ,

BUY YO plenty In Interest and entertainment -: W E D tt.i A Y 5 tie 1'' Or1nttots 8' d 1j dlsplayingandt h.flak Alrar torY. j

for both young and old all l e,5n i
StuaJjf" ity one of the nl.ny
Building Lots through the entire It-day per- to ry .nr !
'Your Wa erfront : M asp rkl. Alfsr ice cream favors p
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25 per foot Whatever you do, don'mill Public AUaya elcome ', pr'ol' to Y d oven Mmalnm I Is5es5 't, ,
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1 ". Bill; AcJ''T: ;ran Praises Area's Sport; Fishing often or Just perhaps across right Jack off the the around river Stuart the dock point, of la the excellent the Worth summer tarpon Branch There fishing where la a there road during EXPERT BOAT CARPI


_ ---- -- .-. -- .. .- -. - --- --- -- -- The bridge harbor some immense from Stuart to Port Sewell and EXPERT MACHINIST
I Jewflah From the shelter the old Dixie Highway leada to
II" Jlt'il.-'Y: : : LHI\;;S pvd are fair game for ally : I-----times to fish tor them, get the brealu EkI that w it I lot the piling fishermen have Salerno,, where boats and skipper .

Bill :A 10. r m au naUutuUlv ,I I the 'strong survive to'ma- .using plugs god (lien. Live bait may those fishermen with their! taken them in excess of 600 for offshore fishing are

ka&\ nOshlftkai.tn)
I'" publish "Gni-n' .' hlt1' in Ftar* Note* U Is seldom caught,here :are on the record fished out of Bt Lucie Inlet successful method. A rod offers be had for those who like to go ,

t Ida" which 1 la \sijilifiblfl\; ;\ rho,, that> fishermen arc permitted to book In spring and summer The: several fleets of boats too much of a handicap, and on their own. I
At Salerno I II the processing
tackle stew* tow ati\ "M( '\the tenor are lathe schools of striking fish: tarpon roll In the name channel: Stuart Port Sewell and Salerno handllning .one of these fish can
i -and I advifw get Unit<.II" before'( tone beerk with lust not piertly i and on the flood tide schools boast some of the ablest skippers be sporty- tough going all the plant of the largest shark,fisheryalong
thw sell out It! 'to an tuthkutriveisglp4pi / } J JIio to fill their bellies, but to kill ', of ladyftth are often ewwunter-, la the gam Most of them are': way, and five times out of six the Atlantic coast Thehuge I Stuart 1Iari Servic
win. brutes, taken on milelongtrotllnes
1 and "tf tltuYstttttgi9 ''tl W>y and every moving thing j' ed' both by plug-can and bottom veterans: of long yean on offshore -i the fish will of
A ...' to iW'' th"* JkaWntf pters of this tirtftin their reach In more than fisherman, .' waters. They know well alii i There's excellent freshwater I far offshore, .are I
' "j' spsl wonderful{ 8Utp". ooptalahw, 40 years of Constant fishing I J The beach north and south the tricks of their trade, and during I I fishing below the locks In the canal every known species, and many I In rated
'! 'tt horrfiw* three times witnessed the I' and In the 20-odd miles ofditch have never before been listed by rp
:;, pallt; map of ,ldtglpi hve- 'of the inlet are favored stretchesStir a season bring In catches that I
wttra\ ;+ Jacttsgtttutite Feat ek .t oight. Each time the flsh were must ftrtwriwti' who catch\: will compare favorably with any above them. This la the icthyologista. It la laid more I
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'NI\J; ;: 1 I inland to the west than fifty species and subspecies -
I IacU double: the I n}nr} rt, th\;.* uwipsaim" toriul. pogroms were caused byhuye trout and t Wide> variety of l lesser The St, Lucle River affords excellent t I coast andtherefore kept cleanof have been brought In to the
sibl3_1_, find you'U intro! tsars tight KIIOO ot bait fish fishes opportunity for the fisherman the throttling hyacinths which plant I
,. <' about t all tji,fltfU them, hidden motet the locals waaSt, Lucle In- The mile-Ions! causeway arl'Olll'' who carries his own\ boat | choke many of the other canals Route No. AlA along the beach
,' baPA tail Itd4idaeful ttftblllt'qKItaI : 1 1.1 Indian ) leading to Cake Okeechobee Is reached from Dixie Highway
not
; the River at Jensen If and mptor; for the more casual
in FtaMiW from l rlta* }M- We had been fUhlni\ the edge Roads /parallel all the waterways and another road from VS. No
I, I 11fi: only'a favored locals for hundreds who are satisfied to lug only the'motor i
"''', ttyte $oktet' 1 tbtrt .frwa anyoUior \ ot ine break) on the bar, picking of fishermen, but U affords ; in the trunk of the car'i In the St Lucie area. Route 1 leads Into Salerno, situated on Invite Y ur Friends To
iJ 1 .Irno*. : bluefish here and :' No. 70S intercepts Route No 10'1at Manatee Pocket, less than 10
t spttMW" up a small easy access to the beache and, there are skiffs to be had everywhere -j
; '(,,a li,> ')ftontt waflwKi> ftw a*** Iii wiper, atad I knn'o' rWU'Uni 1 I .brci-ie was laying. Schools ofIVIM bait and guide. art? to be had; at The five miles from the inlet to'', Sewells Point, This stretchIs For the fresh water fishing, local \
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would iaather'rla' ti T laud a car", > mullet were feeding In the the bridge ttr arranged for at any Stuart are most productive waters I built up with home and knowledge la desirable It Sailsport\Restaurai
: J. trip boot anti: t ten tetra to to! !It to,=hore slough' and as far south of the many camp from Jensen' The passage of a boat will I jroves; there is little access to may be had at any of the many
In! than w list' Bill'* '"0011I \' as the eye would reach With Beach to the ihlet At Stuart cause great numbers of pompanoto Uu_ water. o.Route. No. t1 sports stores In Stuart. -""
fifthm' d1111it,\ Chat Ui and startling suddenness we commenced and along the west short of the skip across the surface astern Just South of/risk\Creek Bride en U. S. I3R
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I' down the W1I\ft't i\ iI4*J Storm. ? to pick larger blues,
\ up St Lucie River there are fine but they never take trolled baits
(' 1'1 oifera iltfi&lUthousands! .offwr ftti
iJiljw.rtu; otUw th limWHnSW > bk I IIOhertten, .'< wJasvt! .JM.11 haa.Uw The lines were shortened anal) to be found at the docks all the way to the entrance of the I STROMBERC CRLSON i HOME OOKED ME'In
: .11) '<<)' a'burub' St torte i ,Rivex' until \\'e had to pitch our lures' at the north end ot the bridge I canal to Okeechobee, i A REA
\ > 1p.tIIIJItir, ntr ml\\'f\ UJ.a1) 15 Mralttht\ down to get them under They fish otfshor, primarily: for During late spring and sum
j'', &j,11 Wl'iinitllo'c"r ('()V/I'. d' in i 1/ The mullet became wry sallflsh but tare all fish that mer the plugger and fly fisherman Radios & Rttmo Phonographs /OUR DELICIOUS STEAKSOR
\: the Nuatll; :It r asikky. They jumped/ .clear of. swim In southern Florida waters will raise many snook along .
i Time tit. MKW toter MIOT heat the uttrlace but not in the usual as nell the north bank and In the North \
t, i t r, *!U uya iiotublt In the futhlll placid manner They must have' It's not uncommon to hear Branch; but It'a deep trolling
.t <: world. I1I11t.! y because of scnstxl I the coming slaughter. Florida visitors say they have that hooks the really big flsh ITLETT OS. SEA FOODS
tt: tit gr/' 'nurotwri cf alma all llicr' leaped the higher to escape saJlflshBt for SO years or morn with the boat running so slowly
F' t. 'south Miwhia"flnnta ffftttghf hrc" 'the toothed furies cutting the without sttcww, dub to poor the lures occasionally drag the BENJAMIN GODDARD, Prop.
but also; because! }In theta! wnUrntltfre \ trhvota: to bits weather, nenerally' poor midwinter bottom. There's seldom an evening 31? O.ceola Ave. X Phone 209
% ., M uiMnti\ tu Une' largest! : WP watched with amazement ,
i;, fUblflg, or just falling to, when it isnt possible to
commented ._.. .._ .._
popuTntlDn of :Fauak aaftOilere\ utm\ the blueflsh '" ---------- -- -- ----
.along!: the Florida: "'%sl t",last. Itt r)(,\ilng the surface too so In-: .
_b f Iw" Uir orw p!1Ut'f 'II Atlantic} tint upon the destruction of them .
'r, i Coastal: w.11: r" .* !,. i' si!!IMi 11:. I they could not wait the DOLLARS :tj& PATRONIZE
Ii'thO'JI) i tit!: u7''I At "b ",,!Ix"rs.So '11)'ccol1d it mould take for

rum ,It, tl. ,' ; '1" ,\Iii "inerily !- 11:. 1Pr i i !'v u drop back Into their' SPENT IN 1 HOME FIRMS .
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.e : H>m. t i\!1,t t' ,". '.'uru \ ."" "ll i muutht; Everywhere flsh BBSS MARTIN COUNTYLBUSINESS
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id MoI'1 ...r7 I h. w.nl : mpmg[ And porpoises: had COUNTYStAY OFFERING YOU
MARTiN :
>"'l 1''' p"c, ,,'" "r'i; l'n.:: )r uu'..d i tht melee, were Jumping
Bi? II Le':', 1\ I 1"7. ',U .( it a ,' 1 Jl ho stoic,: abandon. their .
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AT HOME DIRECTORYWeb THE5E'SERVICESA
tin+ inure( I"P, tins I noticeably distended -
'I'ltF\ mcu t L'I i:, ,'...I'llIe'J a \,111, 'Triinn on the mullet and

i dub pr.nl" rllv tv t 11'; Itt''t'. I1U\11' bl\l\ + a, mil The Ins of sharks __L _. -_ .I.-
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ben i If Im3.11'r li.is 1'31 ll'III.JJV'lnuJlI. : '.1 ,'r<' cleailng the surface, allfku I -' r' -
r '\ and but fiN whl, h <,'O onc .tit( all- probably from the re- -
into and) ro'unt1lhf' li,:,'110'Feet bVuefl I' '
rotations( of the j -AS-iy'-s' ;
We Pick Up and DeliverLAUNDRY OrdwSi F r r
upon! the IIIllllLI'IJ'I1a.1! ", : Itottlttni' ::\I hil screaming gulls overhead j TaSERVICE Plumbing At Heathy
.tatlhell', flown rI't\1t Olll d Wd\ orv the wraps. j ; 1 'Stuart I.
, ly kite etrrrenO f : of' th 'W ',l-ici Suddenly; H was ovw. The J Motors Golden Gate Camp Sheet Metal

' ,'lIUvff.auli\\ tiro ". *hneLntOian River' tc! \ '.t1btwlth rr'e wihthte..? RC i lis i' ;aid\ writ'' Idly! settling on the *> FO B Eats and Gas N. y.r Lin T
i some ro-iiwti wliiit 111.JuI'I1 l ) \\ti'rand-of!,i the madden ground. First Claw Work Prompt -- Dep. able Bott err Served f 154
i l>ajuiitth" iilf- ,."n till'I (last, :as St: h fishy debacles have oci I Pone 287PEOPLE'S 5I .o aEavicc STUART P MBINCdo
;, ? well :i' ttJ ttktd': i autt'i x'!ionIrbiUury :: 5 n times since-last In Courteou IUA' AND aria S Jays META ORK3
: tljfu ,ittAluU! ; I taluuta 1 \ Lii on' 1 bar ai I know, when flsh- t /RtCKER SERVICE I
ii., ,' ol SpunNi Itt\ll'l\'tt'l\ } ue .'11' ,stun experienced a Roman!, roav, au'AiMPHONE 21/ miles k Stuart, IN STUXRT USE Ito

" '. 't wn\'wc d l )nil \lIiJde.; the ,inlet.' li-luliy'\ for several weeks" "at ,LAF tl NOR Y PHONE/149 9142 Fed. Hightw y\No. '} A TAXI ITS fHONEat Dy Nast
''I', 'i, ;i'' t'I'i, : 1M _''fitl lip oJUIItII'P"I!! \ Ulel" u , y 1':11 _
I ; r I t CHEAftERHOME
% 1 ;I' I 'Avn' "x1oogh'4wttttin\ \ nhsre"t 4, wading; curt to n -- -
;: { o ql'' j 11'/: ;,;,;' .1IM1I.ii II t.ow t,:. be qt..gmI""Hxttip the "blue up on the ..... .
kf', 9 >. : '" .! r t4rth r. qf 11d' 'Vrtili their hands, bt'll.Ch'j, .... ,' -
; 1l ,7 .,1.1' ,t tp.i'ttr JtI.'CC.' ,1IU; 'i Ftotti November ntll I late i iprJlJ \',i Wilt. COMPETE.Elecirie ,; BUILDING ,
ti '\t1',; Millis' 6'haio of kittl' fltr.lrerel' :,} \ : there are always blue LOOK OUR BEST an Refrizera"lion See LET US
; :,' ; '. 'r ckurtttis, bttatth 0it ..April.'A' :(round\ be Inlet 01 inside along' If Ytu Vi tMUjlCHS' S ViCE Give War Car or Trwl
Iii\: hire :a.!(eat Uu.Thro' 1.JI1da Uncle
; the north shore where man- No Job To OrToa Billy sez' HIGBEE A Cc pleto Check fy'tandard
" I :,a, Ctltl1l r can fiellcrnthtt! :o ta.U1111\ I iirwlf overhang a deep channel : l.args .
'( 'bass. and I ttonte!> &1"Ju.IW r I11e 110tfldltevliblf I I'I kid, in the fair*'ay as well They all Lxr tre.cag ATTasnuNn
BARB R SHOP ... WORTHAGeneral :
I (L..tu.w) .1. b Atmd.arr... LAND MLCHAIC$
'I!" :. ertlstenrI'.dl the lttpel ;
{- 1 1t',1 &w caught by trolling and by HoBE ouND ; 8r.dk.1. a.e.du.ta..tblad.' .) r.1..5 AL Ride
It" Pt ; .. Ii' hJ .4i Are( nat ,i humming armd flatting menhad"j I Oldest SI.Ip In Stuart I ELECT Contracts rx ss saonRs paLT
t4' wmai Jives; wt".t"I.M.tll" i-tmu ,en bait on the bottom. Your IVtronageAppiiciato IC CO. i and Repairs
Y ,a' from e/M./ ago. pf* iisli! die n''t to. The same channel along the Phone What did 1 I
I Jay you vow, act ewYear's P. O, Boa 832 Oil Co.'turti .
iv,
sully. uwdw (the sjpf i iu
I hhuie shelters huge snook Early
dog rut:"d'JIr.} TJ't,i 1\ ',KL \\1 j :!1 t i 11.t'lIr.lg end late evenings at* I Lyric Thl Ire 1114'St Hoba Sound 3271 Day that you'd rive 1 One Block West Pal)" acavict BTMIOIP
r9 art Nite Phone tiaCJtJaf up fer GOOD? Did'oll resolve City Bridge On' The RALrH CHANDLCI, O-.
:1 : : Stuart 347JSubscribe i I Right
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V' t II'' II" "'I n. The history of the worldt t you'd ,Change your

is but the, 1'//1.1' ( k I'1 J:1'J."t t t Ilh'U. I r t J way .;. do BETTER, if you .
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Thomas "
-- Carlyle. could Well, that' just )fine'
---I TRUEWAN -I'm glad to hear-reeole SUTTON'SService Jensen Hdwe.SURE

|I"r | Waterfront Properties Pert am'TUY1 Jl!' Vln' has' it's CHARM, and Station .

DO tho not often' kept;, I fear,

I Alotg, t, e I: r, .t \ ,red bI Lucie Avery and Kobe Sound FiatS to RESOLVIY does no HARM! Formerly Wester'sj i Y THEM THE

Ocean Promo** :-i But don't be like th4'
man
Crown
Gas and A
cvuCa r L orNSrcl o
ea 9 ..drotLTR StuartNews i i who wore, "I'll NEVER Repairs Soft DntOn s i ARE MORE THAN

1 t art all fEDlES emote again,:" and tho he IPT TO HAVE IT
}" E aJ STUART EE > STORE I did
ii -not smoke no more', he mil. So. S *art

i U .R vER., s Ia. ILA Jack ART vE. Mr MONR, use f OTHERWISE raided Cain) red. No. Jensen Bead

Z j jI e His nerves wer' hpt; fer lack:

of dope wer' frazzled
aa
t I T-Jl! i A could be<- hia fam'ly laid of

,, t I f DocksiSeawall Get Miles of Wear him, "No-hope"-on NAUGIIT would he a&Teet t tIts CONCRETEFoundations
t QiiWs Store
I ..., REG A/P took on liquor, 'Women, Bong, and otherwise" went BAD' / Floors, I '

YOUR T/RES wher' theretofore he'd done no'gronj .wer' thought a DrivewaysSidewalks.. i M tu, Groceries

Boa; : Houses t model dad! Th' MORAL Is, don't quit a thing and TAKE Blocks, Brick, Dram And roses FeedsJensem

a.rs Tk.., to U./ All Tyes Of M rime ,,... faun Roo. r..as.) Mr EVERLASTING I /Fact .e cLLLas
Ill .e h..a.. ,.hib o. d. bring an CURSE I I LlaLnaY
otructioIvaA .a O t
tl. Everythii* in Concrete

Tay r CIA- ON'SSetv I i DUNTILE tt Beach

f O Box 4741PHDNE i Station t Stiurl N.w.Vwr iw W
Fed' : I. U DECKER
i 104-J1 Highway I,
PHONA913MCOME
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Bur The ts i Th akKarEStu IS Ltoaa'taSsiusuus I
.KY 'GFVERAL\ PITCHFORD'Sro I (Stuart-- IN F( ,POUR
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1 is nique Eatery writs
caw c4RY wPOR
ELECTRIC aer at the curb ito Camp ( s
D4tdFtua.
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a j Appliances slick .. Superb ColUgea -a. assvrr10LL.Ala
loJern
< Laundry, Cottages
ambueg Hot Dogs ..4 I lit
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Cabinets1appusni net alt small HAIR Aid Trailer CourtaaHl Requests

s I lUdloa T ey'r. jue the' last word Llttl SeafoodBait to 5V flAi wort ORt FtllexfRECORD

For Sale
MARTirf COUNTY pen 11 A. to Midnight t gnvcsImecqIR Th.
ELElTRICPholfc Bea S J% JENSEN BEACH ,
i1. Federal pN and BAK SHOP
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75 A couirrr (aiocc
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t.lattna. 1 i end and ulmprovwl Propertied 1 COOiVSSERVICE A. tafforciRegi FRANK HALEROOFING flA E iCitURANT -

Th,. iifhout Maii n County STVTION t CO, I CAMPBELL'SOrange

AC EAOt --. RANCHES ? andLUNCH PA TS red i

Sea ll'a mint Rivet-t.- ROOyTRAJLEB YARN HESNAMELS T mis i Court COftstruct1o .Juice
ver Properties
Civil E inner AND .
I Sqs ,ezed at our alaaFroak <
and rAft( eel I or Green Dunte Courts

t jHpltf 'Ioland Oeeao-te-Su d Estate. Bite.l j Beer and Soft Dn 'I I b.l., r I II An Roof RepairinjBI Perman'n| Asphaltic Courts Daily t

Sandwiches, Soup Pail W MURr.H IH--W1 L1M3NT Land Sur yore I So. Colorado .. !U C UBU
tH .ot R.Condit ;.
C. Bi Miles So of ate 4 { I ofl ,
-l ARBOGAST th10h.ne 8taart, Fl ds Phono 8141 an av. Tennis SuppliesJENSEN ,
Federal Ill.Way ff>. t 12 MossaiVr F.d, Higtlt No. t tr
Real Estate \ATCKFRONT PROs TtI9 Insoraaee I CULT GASOLWE I P. O. Are a P. O. x $T! Phone gtkt' .P. .r 111 BEACH
II I Spa "Flaw and J.Re.M, Road
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