The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00055
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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 22, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Benefit J.ivcift Public Service f

trot to Start MondayBOY I'logmin; (fioccetlinx,Viwiimmuuxl!, ) ,

Prelude.. Scotch Pens by Mi UowtU, Mn. t::tliM; Ixnil jnt It I llic Organ) !: )
Introduction/ f keiiitrtli" Mmmtfll
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SPONSORED BY UCT blob hun!. ''. l'ilitli; MulbowiAiiiso
BOY 3 Board to Run Aam Meet Need ot Occupational (WitPixUll. [\ \Wuteis Cellist -
on : | I I, Mt. Arthur Chxit. lUiifrf;,{ Issuing Bonds Drawing .
LL CURB TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS Hancock Kanner Training to Until Sinclorwu; ,
JIMIHM; Clmahllxe: Plans Last Steps Crary
Blaktalet File u Start Feb. 1 Tint Are. I tree J"1I/>l <, ', Mrt' E. Tutu
i I long-advocated schoolboy safety patrol system -.:-. WHIIuu| Are Reports
The AwiywIleiUit >. Betty MutlietoiiOrpin .
schools will be organized tomorrow noon and ""{Three Incumbent County Com A trade school to be knownas --
le Stuart ( Suluta! I D AuKKjr' \ v fImng( Construction of the
the :
Florida I \
l Conservation
Into effect starting Monday morning under the gpon- mnfclpneni announced for re- School will be opened at !the new Whlxnit. A Song f .-. Bob HaUtOiiUjopin I bridges from Stuart to the

lip of the Stuart chapter of the United Commercial electfeltj' Sheriff O. U. Hancock State park in Martin County s KevolulMumrv! Elude l'Ii Miss! June Mutmiw! Oceanfront and installationof )

Icier*. Principal Erwin P. Johnwick announced Tue. tossed his 10-gallon hat in the I I about Feb, 1. James L. Ort of Love Sends A Little Cift
ring .and a flaw showed Up In the Miami announced Tuesday The icMurmugn: .. tCmiivth StiiinntH Beach bridge! to the ocean I,

S -- ------ The patrol will be under the eligibility: of one candidate for park was formerly Camp Murphy Brahms Ilnngiitin' Dance )Nu, 8. Tin/ now be considered
may assured -
leadership of Jack Smouse, safety Reprt.mlallvlIle.turc' ot. the : Mrs J Jlbnwlek'. \'inliu, Mn. Club; *. )1'd'IO"[ : Mt Waters, Calls; Senator Evans Crary
I chairman at the schools, and an educator many
Leader week In local politics Finis Organ Sckt-tion "by Ilimk Mrs OmtuntViimrtsix reported yesterday
w, wit! .be composed of 10 patrolmen yean experience will direct the
and two officers, a captain Arthur Sims Hobe Sound Disbict project. Hi ha served on the : The assuring action was taken: l'

and a lieutenant They wilt be 3, filed for' re-election as PHIL FENCE faculties of Columbia Universityand Mr, Lusts IWtktl Mm I Inward lUrtkltMi Monday evening at the January

tughtinSailmrnament quipped\ with red signal flags, County Commissioner Wedft's- the University of Florida >. (;;"-r ild LuKiinU. Mis. lydiu iUxislim meeting of the Slate Road Department -

hats and badges and the officers day, 0, W Snipes, Jensen Beach, and U at present the managing Kin: fit, tli Stlinim.ll "ud (;('Iuhl I il'nuilr Arrungtn!( board In Tampa DurIng .

also win have a whistle Their District 1. and Q. C, Fletcher r. IS HEAD director of the Miami Research j - -._- -_._-'- - -. ._-- this session san approval of l
duties will include: Indlantown, District 3, announced PENCE Foundation the method of financing was

((11 I I'Assisting student In crossing at Wednesdays commission Orr said fc recent survey show !JEWELRY STORE i Fuller} Warren streets safely: meeting that they would try for ed that there are more than 300 i two steps, which will be concur-
their old posts again OF RED CROSS occupations: In South Florida In rent, yet to be taken: f1)) Issuance ,
RICHARD FAY WARNER J. Assisting the Stuart police Sheriff O. "4. Hancock elect; which no training whatever is ;: Will Seek of the bonds In the amount)

"erul"e Secretary, Stuart department* with traffic at the ed in ((944, who has served one available Th-) school will be primarily : ROBBED LOSSUNESTIMATED of approximately $2000000 by F

Sab-Ash Club school; term, formally announced his DRIVE FOR 48 Intended to fill that liei'd. ,, the State Improvement Commls-

caught in one '(Ji. Accompanying the school candidacy today on a platform ,Approximately 30 courses are Governorship ion and 2'< completion of th"
lrtetn buses. to set that safety regulations
W raised IIf? past performance projected at the present time : I detailed engineering plans by
with approximately thereon are adherred to Henry P Lyons, candidate fur' The Aral two to be offered will I George S Brt/ckway of West I

her( by Capt. Curt WhiU- and representative was learned today Minimum ciO: of $ ,634 Js be park administration and park Jacksonville Jan. 22 Fuller 1 Palm Beach who was authorized r''
Stream, high-
the-Qulf ((4)) Conducting a program of is not registered as a county Set For Martin County engineering Classes will be prac I by the State to do the work y
ed t weeks fishing which' safety and accident:: prevention voter Lyons said that he may Chapter tlcal rather than theoretical, I! Diamonds watches and pearls Warren, Jacksonville attorney Crary said issuance of the
ided not only stormy, un- the school grounds ] and member of the
two-time I
bring court action to allow his with the entire State park syc were stolen inrunestimated quan bonds sumably would start
In weather In the, but tournament a new TZVi-, The patrols members will John-nolbal" registration prior to the filing Phil Pence, Stuart civic leader, trim available as a- laboratory. titles last. night In robbery of Florida Legislature, announced I Immediately' and construction
nl.r1 actual I
police powers deadline Feb. t. The county r'gIstratlon There probably would get under
has accepted the chairmanship are no academic require formally that hr is u candidate I way
division and a brand I Walkers Jewelry Store on Once
n1 ht ; Kick stated but they will be empowered 2. He 1948.
books open during At rate he
menta for admittance and Instruction any
of Cross
the JS48 Red Drive in for Governor
entry, alb, king mack- to lat down license i ola The owners. Mr. and Mrs
was a candidate for Stuart City this county It was announced will be tailored to the : summarized, the principal obstacles :
numbers of autos. speeding or Commission and registered In, Individual so that whether he Clarence: Walker. said they had | Warren, 42'ycar-old Nary vet now have been! overcome

was, from start to finish, a otherwise violating the safety the City of Stuart but not on today The. drive will Start March l 1.; has been to grammar school or I not had time to make any estimate i' oral), had been considered a prob- i and construction of both the ,

of uncertainty, nutation code near the school or near a the county books with the total minimum quota is a cull graduate, he will be I of the Value of the missing able candidate for some time and bridges and th* new draw is assured

elation.wr alive Monday with, off sails shore, for school bus, These numbers will Judge A, O Kanner of the cir' to be $8634, ot which 827 percent able to learn about public park items which however, are eon I generally has been accorded a The project will take abouta r
u bj turned into Johnwlckl office court ftltd with Secretary end by Insurance to it was estimated
year complete
cult ; <<: remains In the county withIT'S operation and management a ,
4C III f I
addition to CUr0 and In turn will be turned over of State R. A. Gray at Tallahassee : rent to national level In accordance with his past! Most ot the Items were/ taken '
J his brother Jack's Hobo U>Sheriff/ M Hancock or Chief./, last Friday. per going accomplishments! Other courses I from the front window display t ,

caught' eight, but' very few of Police Roy Bakers Mrs J. P. Blakeslee, appointedby : headquartersThe national goal this year Is will be added as demand develops j including some of the firm ;

were outside, other cap- I What ubcequent steps these Governor Holland In 1MJ and $75000000. with (38000000, for and 'xpanslon of Utilities I largest diamonds Mrs Walker CITY TRAFFJCPLAN

having canceled. their parID law' enforcement officers: will elected in 1M4, formally! an-' the national program and $)'7- will permit. ;: said However, tile safe In which

view of the weather pre- I tilt on these violation reportscould nounced today for re-election, as .000,000 for local programs, Hooting Is available In Coy cash on hand and all customer 4 Ni rJ) '

ont Sunday night forth In fact, not. immediately! be determined supervisor of registration. With the exception of the National osna9xatbulWtngaaiastda, .,, the items: sera kept apparently ass I A 1 PROPOSED
e who did venture wife I although Baker felt, untouched One f 380 ring was, 1
and will be stu
BJood tb 1SVU park provided to
"' !, !
who did : .
en living in Stuart sojM 5I &I Usury action !kwlcatlf 1 1. 19 program win be identical with deny without charge. However, found on the flood Iii the sure: i as
need previous motlUcattenTRothfeld : [should betaken against each He rear apparently dropped) by the
the orthodox peacetime program students will be expected! to assist -
u.nce Of New YCI'kcall1ht (t rand Bauock were expected to' Mann Given'Service ...The response of the American In adapting these buildings! robbers Lack of Second Bars Die

after a') 40-minute confer this week with Johnwick I people to the Red Cross drive to their own needs and to do the Entrance was made by slitting cu.eion Clearing of
-, ,the big sal} to top by I relative to possible action. : condqrtsd last March" said Basil required maintenance work the screen and breaking a glass Lots Asked

+n undo the previous entry of Recipients:: of sunmoM from: Key O'Connor, president. 'givesus Special facilities for students. lit the back door to open the
uel Ash of Newark, N. 1. could app". before/ Ii doors lock The Walkers who
Kijicock i every assurance that there Is with famill's are planned.
For lack of a second to a m< I
r deal/ was aboard the Jean County Judge Arthur R. Clonts no dlmlnultlon in the peoples' The protect is sponsored by I discovered the loss upon arrival tlon by City Comrnislsoner Ken-

that Capt. Karl Dare, skipper. while those from Baker would be By JayceesJohn Interest or in their desire to support the State Park Board the University at the store at 8.30 this mornIng neth Stlmmell that the board order a'
evening at the Pelican Harry Dyers said the best clues appeared I
for Municipal Judge th: program, I of Florida, the Miami Re- drawn a new ordinance ll,
0 Id not find superlatives to be well-defined heclprlnl.l toy
court search Foundation and the Vet saint
chill and
N. Mann Are ernlng traffic within the City of
e it) to praise the fishing oft \ wilt 1 the sand around the
The patrol members consist I erans Administration Veterans in .
building Inspector: for the City Stuart based on a personal survey
rt and the abilities of Capt.ut entirely! of 7th, 8th and IIlb wishing to enroll under the OI back door Deputy Newton Chase
of Stuart and V. S. weather observer TAXES I by SUmmell! of this recogiilieei -
grade boys, Johnwick explained. bill should] contact their local also was planning to dust for
I Curt Whltlcar were Mr. I in Stuart, was selected as I IC Ii I problem, discussion\ \ oi the
Mrs. Walter Kuck, of De-, in view of the greater demand the young man between th! agesof veterans' service officer I fingerprints throughout\ the FILLER WARREN proposal was aBrapUy halted al

placed on older boys by other 21 and 33 who has contributedthe store the board's meeting at cit hall
and Col. Austin Bartlett represent of activities In the school, Funds most to the welfare of the C CITY $44,871; BOARD ACCEPTS BID ---- Rood ISpol in the race by political I lust night } i

tucky Thirteen I for purchase: ot the equipment community and given In absentiaa FOR FRAZIER LOT DUBRULE HEARING writer., and straw ballots Howver : Stimmdl sketched &omr ot thedetails
number -caught by
" were given by the VCT which Is service award at I his candidacy statement ,
distinguished i ot! his proposal) presented .
boat so far this Season All HELD ON MONDAY
sole it was announced. An offer of $200 by Mrs Dorothy was his first >
sponsor public announce
dinner muting of the Junior
a 1947.48stood petitions favoring parking! regu-
>pt two were released and i City of Stuart taxes for i
Johnwick also reported that heuubad : Pierce for a county-owned ment on the subJ' t.
Chamber of Commerce at Chlsholm's latlons but against parking meters
of these was kept by Kuck ) at least 20 boys volunteer a fraction shy of 60 per Frasler Cresc'nt Subdivision lot Arthur W. Dubrule 17, driver I r
A ,
f mounting and the other was which MondalIlght. cent collected:: as of Ded 31,1947the of auto In which two I and urged some Immediate F
Its youths
for the patrol alrady unable to be was accepted by the board at the ment.

Mann was prea.en' consideration for a plan. However -
ly Injured. The eight boated will necessitate careful selection I offlct of City Manager L. B I meeting at the court house yee.terdB1 lost their lives Jan. 11 In a trash ]I .
result of his most
as a Runt Important planks In his 24- I when subsequent motion
reported Monday
rd Franklinet I I
the Hobo Dr
by ot the final 12 at the meeting afternoon. The board aim off the bridge to Palm City was
at a State fire prevention conference Of the S76,013.M expected, point platform reduction in theunbearably drew no response Mayor W
and Oeorgt H. retiring wUh smouse tomorrow approved an allowance up to$.100 bound over to the June term of l ; I'
in Orlando Monday and 1 I of 'R.
also I S70.60 had been> received as high cost governrtne'fet Baker ruled out any discus'sion -
oston were released Painting of crossing lanes in Tuesday The award if", the high $44'-1 to Mrs Charles Moony, county circuit court as a result of a preliminary through the establishment '
who deadline for S e'nt
n Kuck was the angler the itr-ets by the city also is welfare worker, for car repairs hearing before Juris*
est given by .the U. S, Junior passed. Two cent off Is ot a central purchasing Approved by the board was
iht the big king and-it Is 'per
J out of those t ingwteltltof being sought to supplement th.patrol' Chamber of Commerce i this month; and > next, with returns and supplies Arthur. Clontsv Monday Afternoon I commission and other progressive f John Woodrums request for a
i WLESTIMATES The local choice was made bya due ,no later than March Presentation for the board'aapproval Dubrule was representedby j measures He asserted that 480-rt extension to the city water j t
r Mrs. Kuck have ever ot
non-affiliated committee of 31. of plans for street paving Attorney Angus.Sumner i i uch a commission would save system across Bryant Ave and
tot sails or klngflsh be-! OF CROP there, composed of Senator Kvt: :' In Golden Gate was made by Fort Pierce and Thad Carlton. I millions of dollars now being U. & 1 to his property at an estimated j

saliAshlngaboi DAMAGE REDUCED ana Crary, the Rev T, J. Geary JAYCEES ASKING attorney Carroll Dunscombe but assistant States attorney of Fort wastd\ each year by haphazard cost of $260 66. Also 'or. (
eddy W&ll good -- and Oeorge Keith. Mann a Wsl- II' decision was delayed until the Pierce. appeared for the State I buying of supplies and commodities dered is Installation of streetlights + ,
The Rocks aad Colonel HYACINTH. WAR Feb. t session before which board Two charges of manslaughter,
The recent cold weather caused dent ot Stuart for 12 year and for the Slate Oovernrgent"Warren at South California and
tlett were again out on the! chief for the last five, Is ""- attorney Evans Crary, Commls ha.'J.been filed against Oubrul Drive
less damage to the vegetable lire | expressed! his ortenI 6th 8ts and at Riverside
I Stream and lust cantto Stuart Jaycee art askingthe
they married and has two daughters.He solner O. 0 Qulnllvan and Ktrltt O M Hancock reported -
in Martin County than i stated opposition to any form of and North Illinois Ave
sang crops 'Mate Came and fresh Water I
miss with
four at first estimated accordingto : managed the Stuart Sailflab. Dunscombe can discuss: all the his bond was reduced M I percent 'general sales lax In one grad I A request was made ot Yacantoo.11e1'l t ,,
nt Ron- was liab Commission to declarewar
and accounted for,
:: : decided that to 11000 and he was released
baseball team the last two plan details It was all l111'h ,
sentence 1 to that
County Agent L.: M. Johnson. ers I : am absolutely opposed lut see <
White of Hobe Sound oft the on hyacinths in the upper
seasons and played on the Vet at least one commissioner will on bond Monday afternoon to tax and, voluntarily kept cleaned 't
net and the Hobo, Thy older vegetable plants received South Fork of the St. Lucie I I a general spies, lots are
got one
week at
considerable damage, but erans football team this fall. As attend the erosion control conference after spending a : as Governor will veto any bill and presentable after brief ref. I ,

J" same two Bostonians- there seemed to be very little in ardent all-around sport.aman.he River Jaycees, la session Monday, in Sarasota Jan SO31Countywide the county Jail I imposing such a tax If passed erence was made to Ordinance *

apt Toley of the Miss Florida : damage to the young plants, also hunts. and fishes considerably .authorised 'a request Ie the by the L-gislature which makes such action man f

two first sails. the same day : Johnson said_ .. State board for expendituce Found Ho also declared: his belief datory on the part qt owners '
.f 0t [ Support that his three .terms as 1mI'm.ber -
Mr. and Mrs Floyd O John part a $75, hyacinth-con .
of Portland Ore; Johnson, trol fund In I'lartIR.Dunly, of Jacksonville City Council

it nerly Corporation with. the., Stinson now Is Air-In: High School Band' to Give pointed"The "green out, hat plague destroyed it was the : For March of ''Dimes DriveFull "have given* of the me terrific a thoroughknowll'dg financial THE TIDES I.I.. ;

ft of an avtjtion corpora- Sunday best CbhiJIla\en, if the upper all problems Florida cities now My facing experience: almost ...... SI t..(.
Mar Palm Heacb As he Concert at'r Center river once nationally\ famous I Nth( n4 low" for along this line has taught me tnIM. fee the wtrt ...d... I....... S*.
)used off the Miss lorlda, lit, as a plugging and fly-east- ., cooperation in all parts of, ventatlve for infantile paralysis. ta.: l.m Mtaitdanl Tin. far Sw.MtP H
that unless something la done toaid .lfit .ol i I hear l. ....- tat Inch, }
log stream. the this week: Steftens said, In revealing polio ., ...
county Is reported these cities. many' of them ..d I knmf i In how Ci 4
sailnihlng I Ie everything1,thattracked The Chamber Commerce ay Chairman H. R. Stetfens of: vaccine studies which are being .seal I, kr W U. UitrhillH/ 1
The first Of a !rtes of four concerts by the Martin County and tbt Sailfish Club will\ be will b? bankrupt, he added. WA

up tobeand, ore High School Band will be presented at tee Civic Center at 3 Sunday asked. tit' send similar, resolutions which the :March will conclude of Dimes.Ian.campaign 30 A! tarried University on with at ;March John of Hopkins Dimes Warren made a strong plea .SI P M. Ay T:*, ,

fit free of chargj and everyone for continued development 11'1'H I Ir.w'St
eoncerl.l-UI given
These i' ,
1.01 '
DRvM'KitFt. afternoon. benefit: minstrel was held at funds ur'< I
If or ot the band In all lawful amusements conservation a slaria.
attend. Successive performances ----- '
Is Urged! to Ocean Breext Camp' In Jensen "No one has discovered a preventatlve 14* .
; of natural resources, preservation 1
BCN FAITHFUL Bust will be Feb. 8 reo, 32 and March T at the Center SEAL REPORTSMrs. 7n 1 mess rlt Jsan I
Stuart on Beach Monday,Tuesday a and last or curt yet, he sold, of wildlife and ".expansion .., .: '
earul'hIle. adding variety to The bend has received: an Invitation from Fort-Myers to appear .,George fiteclman, treasurer ,nights and Senator Evans Crary "but optimism In this field has of the State advertising J.nL 1.s. IIA:e5 tn4': pas Idle. tun 5,4u '

h scene, up at Jtnien' in their itflson Pageant of' tight Feb U, honoring the birthdayof : ot Martin County Tuberculosis spoke for the drive on Station. never been higher With; con program" ,... I' Olr/, ,.... awl Iw/ Ii

than'was a food tun. of Thomas EdIson Fort Myers' First Citizen, It ls announced after : and Health Association, reports WIRA in Fort Pierce, yesterday tinued support w* soon may be --- .- -- -"-- -
'm for those wAo fish then f pageant, the band will go again to fort Myers March 19 for ,' that there has ben little afternoon The station Calling lib! to place polio among the RtPORT TO BE GIVEN
and do have to bother
not She annual District 1 musical ,festival ,,response from follow-up letters Martin County program Monday limb of conquered diseases Half' THEWETRAA
Ut AMridga
charter The Rev W O will
boats, kcoordlng.boPitchford
The program tor this Sunday's concert follows: recently sent out, and that there wilt be devoted to the campaign,! the funds we raise goes toward
Pitchford also tlnaerman ta a shortage of 1330 as of this It was announced research and education and half preach on 'Christ Teaches S0s --:..'

Id ut about some river and: OVERTURE BUILT ON :ROCK-Chorale-----AMERICANA ) _. .*. L,, BuchtelTIIEMX time last year, during the Christ Area chairmen' as announcedby remains here .for medical cart Bow to''Live" at the 10:H5 ".m: r.. O. sal I r'.'._. .... M All
ft catches made by residents '- I ,.... M. Meng 0. a .es h. Wwraear
Jensen. : i : FROM ZAMTA .. _',... ._-' -- .- Btrtldt muss seal sate To these who Bteffena Include Mrs Gladys of thou stricken" I service at the Baptist Churn 5.11." 11- 01..
haven sent In their contribution H. Perry In Salerno, Cole A Q Stet lena said 1137414031 In T__ RmSeM.
N Keith got 10 pounds pf (Clarinet Quartet it U not too late to do so.U MacDonald March of Dimes had been Sunday Henry Kindred will be .._ M1s4es I +
in funds
ut 1 .... ___ ..._ ___.. WID H.1f Stuart Seymour 1 i
witk a channel bass oro ZOUAVES-HManhi% ) -- .1 stated In charge of the young people '
was Oldeon! la Jensen Beach; Paul E.: allocated on research and education I
; Frits and 1 ... _.).keM..ak.I IE !i ,, .,. !: :: ,
c. Brotsch caught IRllJNI&-hledlo.: ( -: ,_ _-;'. ,, hfahan la Hobe Sound. O. S. alone since establishment of service at t:JO p,m. Sunday at :':.: -:: ::::. :"

listed a 3/4-lb., trout oft, the CABINS-(America* Rhapsody. ) ...,,,..". .-1, a. GBlette) LEGION POST TO MEET Fletcher In Indlantown and the National Foundation fat Infantile the church at which reports: on J... J..11. Yvt.,, :;
Idle :::
II .hooked on a live ballyhoo MINUET FROM BERENICE .._--. ._ .. .0. r. Handel Harold Johns Poet U, AmerIcan George Keith'and E:, F John Paralysis 10 yean ago. the Cleveland ,1..10... II .. ...., .N.tl os 'lIa
convention +
William Shearer came Int. A MILITARY BAND. ._._. .. "'__ .__yavl Yoder Legion will meet at Its East wick la the schools : During this time, hi added, some young peoples II ...;. _11. u
le ttt-lb. snook and 1 ......:.. ,
With a will be gluon by Lurllnt
lot day ALL MEN NOW SING. REJOICE ---------8. Baeb' ith Bt headquarters. at S tomorrow The ultimate goal! of the campaign $39000000 has been spent on .. IffCIiU aIAVALL- '

l medical cart. Orpene'and Miss 'Tucker, ..... .,........_ .... .
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I liiliiiiuiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiii I I I i 1, I LATER THAN WE THINK


ing men and women get behind tome such International
l I I I I
SETTLER DIES organization\ as "Moral Rearmament" to attempt to stave
L I oft a coming Atomic War.
Homer E. Reynolds, SO. former While the majority of Americana have not responded

': r resident of Oceatulde/ Long blmd Mr. J.C Hancock;; well-know to the tanner. of MRA, being: innately auspicious of any <
N Y.. and living at Ocean I resident ot Stuart lot 48 year, organization which seems to them to be "dreamy and : :
Uutce; |a Camp at Jena"n Beat I dial after a four-day !Illness at Idealistic," mont Americans will agree emphatically with !I OCE.AN
I Uie past seven yeart died Thun 4 am. Saturday\ at Martin County Admiral,Byrd that a strong organized fore for good :lie I

:: day after short Him s Burla. ,I were Hospital conducted Funeral at St.service Mary, vitally called for in these day. I
was at Waveland Cemetery Hiii I Episcopal Churth Sunday after Admiral Byrd himself u a great American.( In the :
GUI' I survived!! a son, Homer cK loon and burial was In Wavt long solitude of{ the Antarctic nights, he learned to know !
AT' smoldi, add one grandson land Cemetery himself. Through that Introspection, he established that i
Richard, litMlM I Burn Mamie' Lents \n Zane link between the human heart and God which leads to '
A* _,_._ VlUe. Ohio Sept II, 1867, Mn. gentleness ajad mercy. Since few Americana have the op. ':
'It. Hilda Bilker of Green. Hancock camp' with her familto portunlty to I Hit alone for four months in a house under the'
pan I Stuart Jn 1902. A lifelong mu
Falir ,11! 'U, Conti? /arrived Sunday t.o I tic student, Mrs Hancock organ ice-forcfd, one might nay to think-then* quotation
Wilt: tasted' \ repeal: 1I.1f13' with Mr laud und dlrmed the Mozart Mu from the Admiral are worth( pondering: "
focllsibly and/ Mr Pete Slur ul their tie Club for 10 year until was Time in running! out. The clocks are ticking AND I II
Jupiter( bland home before fcoinj disbanded In the late 1928. She away this hours that bring UK near the,lait fatal hour : ,
.. '0 London. her iurnier home for '<<<''IUorganillt hatch\ for a decade at the and Catholic also lit for civilization It U Inter perhaps than 'we think. ", \ :

u visit and a tout, ul,' the """- the Lyric Theatre for four yean In this twentieth century world, mechanical

nentHere's_.. until the Advent of bound films Science! hUll been shrinking the earth with dizzying '
----- She wu: an active member of rapidity It has ,shrunk with such speed that every-
the Episcopal Church her, thing hat! bf'come1ery' very complicated with a tre-
a COLEMAN Survivors Include her\ husband, menilou interdependence of human relationship.

OIL HEATER Judge< lick Hancock Hancock, and; a ion three, C.grandj Fred-- The resulting confusion has made 'i it extremely difficult .
: .."ishif-rs. Patricia, Gloria ando for man to rule himself by' democratic processes ,I RiverfrontPropeties I
WITH BLOWER ? ,(thv Hancock HO us to remain free. I
..) ----- In fuel our civilization Is fated with the Mark alternative
I DOW KONINCilR: of learning to live together 6r not living at j jI
DIES) : AT TORTS WALL: all The human race destroyed its isolation before it j

I renxo Dow Cionlnger 55,I wan ready'for integration. I I
app' 'Idlill 1 hid second season atSinrist To add to the difficulties, there came along the
Genuine Inn at Port Bewail died first\ World War und democracies the world over Vent I
Power. i s' ,.I in Saturday at the! Inn.Ho down like torpedoed! ships Then came the second '
Driven AirComplete widow. Clara only reported \V"6rl l War, and' liberty in every land )l ecdm en- i
'rvur left with the body '
;, to'r.:
I r Saturday night for
In ACole (01". wit re funeral services and Then to complicate matters till1'urther., we made ..:
I u.q 'aiM take place the atomic bomb. When we dropped that bomb on
< ,minger\ 'whose friendship: Hiroshima, we leaped in that fatai,instant a thousand
'I, Andrew D Bwkey led to his centuries Into tin era malignantly mni o ,"tong here. was connected with !
THI PAICII I" Both, Fet Company of Chai. (-! utter unprepNrednesH to cope with it. Thus suddenly I
himself unfit to1 survive as a free man in an
Raduter and t eculaer,Seeb at (' He was born In Covington,
Same Time, et Blower UUa 1 Ht v H and Mr. Croningcr had environment<< 'that he himself! hall recklessly created.
a osiGIvtnW.rmF Leon here since( Dec, 23 occupy- I I A couple of dozen of these atomic bombs that Utilize
onLonxWetsAu tot i a :ottairf at the Inn I the forces that power the mechanism of the whole
Tavel se toot levail I
*Aumaatic F 1 CosoI. Draft TOLl I universe. could not only lay waste our great population
C tro4 Lo lame hod Sever, JOB( OPIMNOS; I and control centers, but could make molt of thetinted /
,een11,0 Cu.Ft.of.rsAt Tallahassee, Jan 22 -. Job opnings !Statt; uiiiiihutiitnljlc with radium impregnation e
Per How BIG Perfoemet throughout th Vn'tcdi .
BIG VA iEl .
I cs and In several foreign
*A.q ca'a lard Iaa.g a lb.tm ( intnrs air reported In the ,I The greater the destructive force that man in his
sit cum DIM STRATIOM *Oa0 -ri nt tiinouncemcnt on Nai)4l materialism creates! the more he working on the ti7a
HALL'S I ECTRIC ; J':, ) Cleurlng: I House Activities 1 null-- 'of tyranny and nicaiiiMt/ freedom and hm Cod; .
t SER CE !wan' th US Employment ServII' Arid now there ate other weapons that man U rnakingjust E '
under the Deportment of LaIn '
PH .E 13, I 0 ARCADF an destructive as the atomic : ."'
t I i WashingtonTEVENS "
"The people of the World have not been adequately I SIR a
J Illllllii' 'nHIIIIIIIIIIII1111l11111111IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI' ''' '' ''': '''''' ; '( '' ; ''''''' to the truth.awakened to these facts They are entitled : I I t?", i I.e Iy ))pr rW T a,

'. '
f" 'I Make no mistake about ttm: -there cannot be :..1<;
any question as to the very grave danger to freedom \ N tyt""
and Christianity the world over There III danger to a ,
Christianity because freedom is the 'hplementation of I,
the spirit of Christianity C air : ,
Hut that freedom does! not mean freedom to do R aI
5 i)FSICN: CONSTRUCTION | I what juu please The freedom of-the United! Stales 1 I

1 PHONE 768 1 ia far more important than the freedom of an individual ;;if :
i to interpret ouch freedom ax A license to be an : ,
stubborn opinionated, and as non-co dl( '. 'f
stlfish. as an t hi"i'" ,, '
I FIRE ESCAPES I operative aA it suits him to be. Essential for the preservation I \\tlt ''W J f:}I, : ,;" 'I: 51

P. o. BO 06 FORT PIERCE FLORIDA | of liberty are self.imposed restraints of free \' '
people free groups, and< tug of an individual of a group, and of a nation depends I ?;:;? '''
IIII1IIIuIIIIIIIIIe, iiiHimiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii, iiif upon the ell-being of other individuals, other 'I ,, ; : .

groups/ and other nations : .
We are one world and we must act on that idea .Iii IW,1; !,; ', ,: 1, II
,, service to it. "1'1 1. FISHESH and not j just give lip ( '
After going all over the country I find that our 4 t ': i'I : e Q Y5

t" FISH DAILY greatest problem ill to wake people up to the danger. '.': '"" ;'
It almost seems a* if it would take an atomic bomb I 4gI
OYSTE SM SHRIMP' tq wake them up; and then it will be too late.Within /I t 'A'

five years other nations will have the ,,I
2 .. atomic bomb And when that happens, free nations I J IJ I tMIl a Uiii

FROZEN FOODSWE will be at a very great handicap '
f "It takes time to change human nature and rid ::; iktlp.

HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF thr world of warlike<< tyrannical leaders. The wayto -
tROZEN FOODS Until tyrants in leash ill to amend our present world '
organization until it becomes a workable one. This C
\ can be done. I v es IrY

"r i CHICKENS We must: have a common purpose for nations Instead '
of fighting at crosH-purposes That common '
4Fre h diseased and Drawn achievement of Creator'* design J
purpose is the our
1 1I ofIC which I take to be a chance for liberty for the human T' 4
I And. the workable J
CREAM race and the pursuit of happiness "
.I :I \ method to acrieve that common global purpose I t
WE HANDLE PP EFLESS ICE CREAMTA 1'take to be the utilization of Christian principles It I

([Ii: HaM QUART TODAY it the brotherhood( of man, the good-will Idea. 1 ,
Time IK short But there( i bi hope I say there la

I hope because I have seen a practical answer at work 1 ion
- .. : STUART A world scale There past months., I have been in I
continuing touch with \the incredible advance of the Wat1rfront\Properilei
work of Moral Re-Armament, This group has actually I '.
i SEA fOOQ MARKET started infiltrating tin Idea behind the Iron Curtain.

WhIther you agree with the Admiral on the method
1'\', F JOHNkON, Mr.;; of fighting materialism, no thinking man can disagree that I Ia ROUGHOUT MARTIN
Phone 222 310 So. Akron r positive organized force i is called for to save our wonIderlul | COUNTY

: __ heritage and preserve -- -

\ e- 1, rill ANNIVERSARY I' '

Responsibility '
A gathering of the congregation \ '
and friends to celebrate the "Ii .t' I
OF ACCURATELY FILLING YOUR DOCTOR'S PRE- I 16th anniversary of the dedication I
1 PART WE PLAY'IN YOUR-UVES. Church will be held at the church 1 f
this evening, The Rt Rev. Henry
t. louttlt, (isuffragan bishop of
\ STUART DRUG Pharmacists South Florida will be guest
speaker. Mrs Ted Chambers
ARE PAINST. i IN FILLING OUR PRESCRIP. will give vocal selection accompanied -
/ION 'AND Yj r- MAY RELY UPON OUR PHAR. by Mrs. Charlei Rue and C. B..
MACEUTIQ EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING refreshment' will be terved Gifts
will be received for, th rectory
HAVE Yt SITED OUR building fund. The program Ii j
t under the auspices of St Cathertnel -
j MODERN A FOUNTAIN Auxiliary.chapter of.the Woraanl' AND ASSOCIATES .

and H. R. Steffrw gave Joint

PHONEUmm'i mm j j) p; narration roiu Martin of of motion County agricultural for showing picture at the activity In of weekly technicolor two In ST. LUCIE AVE ,STUART, FLA. I PHONE 127 I IFAGS IJ

) REXALLSTORE STUART FLA. noon meeting of KlwanU at the
I I Woman'i Club Friday. The Club
had seven gueita.






:figer Cagers ,To Meet 3 Foes Here Over Week End i : ;jW 1r 1




24 year a Florida$schoolman today I I
July Hunter, pre at Martin
became a candidate for State TALLAHASSEE.Ftadtngl
and Country Club FORT PIERCE 1
sty poll Superintendent Ot Schools DOUBLE WINNERSailboat made during the punt and
Llnfc at Rotary Wednesday,
Fresh Water Fish Commlaalon"'twoyear
Bailey said he had progressed i
Port Sewall course"
sedth4 In education from "the bottom COCOA COMING quail Investigation program -
line f pI( \the flnest utu club te In Charlotte
up from teacher In a small Race Begun by County may I
fe\:teen:,' and recommendu rural school to administrator of # Yacht Club in "go a long way" toward Ironing I

relaxation for the tired a large stem of 44 school "I Hobe Sound out a long-standing controversy '

eM m aadaj have had opportunity to understand Ecu. Gallia Trounced 42 .6, between Florida bird-hunter I ;

the origin of the tame th problem ot all type 1 Vero Cops 50. 38 The cats Paw won both of the and cattlemen.O Earl Frye, chief ,
Iter :gave Rotarians "Inside of schools," he laid.CONSERVATION Decision f wildlife biologist for the commission .
first two of a series of twice-- said today
golf technique and In-
I gi) \to com out and Inspect DAT SET The folks are in line week'sa0boat races sponsored by Frye said the two year of research f

muse 'whether or not you Tallahaawe-Florida/ will observe (for a full measure of basketball the Hobe Sound Yacht Club In on the 82DOO-acre Invstl- 1'1 L{
gating area had convinced him
IU first Wildlife CbnsenaWon Hobe Sound Friday and Monday
Ijir pence. active member of Day at the Tampa State at Martin County High j afternoon that "limited" grazing and "con-
I country Club joined In In- I Fair on Feb 4. Director Ben C School this week end as the I' trolled"' burning not only failed i l '
j Five" boat l all 13.ft. S In..
Tigers finish l' wre to harm quail crops but were : '
1 II RoUrtan. \ \to Visit the Morgan State Game and Fresh up a five-tram centered 1'1'
Lids __ __ Wat'r Fish_Commission l said, stand Cu their own territory | In each Of thq\ two races "actually beneficial\ For year I !
{I sportsmen have believed cattle
--- "- which scheduled '
with games tomorrow, Satur- I are to be held .
grazing was a sure to ruin '
day and hereafter on Sunday and Wednesday -
Tuesday nights. '
quail 1 I food, Frye declared

LOWERS For All OCCASIONS Melbourne. itrpng Bulldogs, l ance of afternoons the season for The the boat ball "However our studies have prett" ,f,.",
who' ty well disproved this theory. I
a week ago toppled Vero were designed by Phil Rhodes ,

BOUQUETS CORSAGES CUT F IWERS Into I Its first defeat, will be Stu- ,.well-known sailing craft deslgn- "
arts foe tomorrow starting witha n and purchased here throughF

FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS a game at 7:30 p.m' Saturday L Spencer at the Stuart Marine ,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CSMITH'S ICS nltfht. In another Indian Service Spencer and Ralph SEAHORSE- '"
River Conference tilt the oppojl- M. Roosevelt secretary of the ;

FLORAL & GI HOP r lion will come from Cocoa a*the : yacht club, are serving on the jg1 I' ;
I Tiger get a chance to avenge udget boatSecond '

WE WIRE BLOWERS their initial lou of the season : In Fridays openingrace \ l w "' II'
''to Cocoa two week ago Th S came the Bertle-O and third TAC E
rude Bldg, Sth SUFt. era hone 310.1 girl also will pity this night 1 II'IUfon by the Triton. Scot

Tuesday night schedule call Free finished second the Tuestiaj COMPA ,
for three games against Fort i race with the Bertie-O third.The .

Pierce starting with the girl at 4 boats are Identical, carry a I
1:30.: The boy B-teamwlll, play __ _4 rerec. of two\ and are skipperedand
Pb I the second match to be follow owned by club members, At Rod and 1 Repairing I INo

ter by the varsity contest starting These eij,1it ItttCTincn form the nucleus of f tin1'iiivtrsily 11Imilhm.ILmsTacetlor.\VilliamAttnrsol'', fnuuII I least five more art expected to I Delays {

about 9. The Eagle varsity bowed uf Floridas basketball. It'um( skis enter subsequent races which I
to r vin Miller. \\'ilJillml'ckh, II.,in Id Iluslun .sad! I J. start off the Jupiter Island club Service ;
Vero I mpt
Jodhf recently by a lopsided ten Storting: lit 10k.ft clink."l.v iri.urtl, tinbaskets dock; and follow tl
[ a triangularcourse
Paint & Shop score Stuart which u favorites serve! for to Tuedajr establish rim. tl,,fure Douglas Bcklon, Him mat limlm/ B O Dawes I Is commodore -I Pen eels
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of the yacht club.

(Over A & .2ndjFloor) meeting The Tigers got around to creation I. South Tackle'We
Additional Throwing
Given Back
offensive during the past week ON BLACK BASS PLAN
Mak Reels
Auto Paintiai Mjtal Work although! paid off In only one Tallahassee-The State Game
On Golf Clubs Little
Custom-mad* Slip ovens Sport Tops Swinging I '
I of two Instance. Facing an EaGallle I II and Fresh Water Fish Commls Harry gleliurat
tam whose basket-shoot Felon will met here Monday to i,
Ins ability had gone stale for the Seen Harmful take 'action 01)) a proposal to r
-- evening the Tiger rolled to all (Editor Mde. This b the with !th.Ir hands behind the bull ; eliminate the Statewide closed I Old ud ighwa7Nes

easy 42-8 conquest Friday nigh fourth of v<
Bulova tches here Stuart moved to a 27- log M pmented, by Andy Ilpnf-, ,, Don't be that type of player. We Tallahassee-Florida's fisheries i black bass. ..
JV halftime lead and coasted In er. neu.lu-acqutred pronmiwiael / must go past the ball With our -
hand ,K want to experts that \the r
thereafter a* Bruce Beatty 8tu the Martin Countj Golf and we perform a are discovering
Internatio al Sterling art center star rolled In 21 points Country Club): swing At the completion of the old angler creed,"Always throw I
pn 10 goal and a free ihot. swing, we will find our wrists the little ones back" may not be CLINTONE WAX
:Keepsake and V Art CarvedDiamonds have made full action, ,
x>jfg The local) came back with a By ANDY HUNTER a cocking such sound advice after all i
and &ding Rings 38-polnt offensive against a fu and th> weight of the body will It's Sprayed Into All Cra John F Dequlne,chief fisheries
capable of Vero Beach In Last' week t talked about tb be'oit the left foot with a straight i
dlan Monday night but Vera three different' stances In the left leg,, the right knee will be biologist for the State Game and 1

C. & E.1IIALKER point-minded force gained a 12-, game of golf also about the against the left knee and the Fresh Water Fish Commissionbelieve \ y
backswlng right heel turned skywards, the Iong-ac6pted prac :
point by halftime and
Jew I r s Stuart could do,no better than To continue the study of the right side should have a curve ice may be doing Florida fishing THE MOCEKN METHOD Of M.UBRICATIONYw
ISCEOLA battle them e.et111 :the second top of the back swing. let ui b* twit, with a slight dip In the "more harm than good. I Ara (nll>4 hiHMkt W Nm M.lfcW
AVE. STUART half to lost tO-38, Fettered bVero sure to make a slight pause. right shoulder; in this position' "A body of water will support

-r -- I- '* man-to-man foul-gatherIng During this,pause we will find lit we watch the ball go down the only M many. pounds of fl h'" h*I Stuart ; e Station
defense Stuart fell behind that most of the weight of our fairway, the right ear will be I explained regardless of the

J3-I in the first quarter and 1m-I body ,Is on the right foot,, while Inclined to the ground numbest In other words ift.h W C. REIN Mr.. 'GULP ooucra raw .144
RESIDEN L LOTS proved this only Z points In the, Yie have a little pressure on tit The mental attitude has more' have (000 bass in a
second u Vero reached In nnll- ball of the left foot, to do with our success than anything will(, only support 3,000 pounds
WATERFRON R1VJLEGES slon In front 29-14 Smooth ball The right leg must be straight else and the direct resultof of fish you'11 find the whole" crop
and the left knee slightly bent the.feeling of power in every stunted and undersizedThe .
handling and sharp basket
$125 to $: 0ALot with neither'aide giving the chin pointing a Uttlj behind Inexperienced player swing 1* a only answer to such a '
Yen Can Build to Suit Y| Itself, No City Taxes. quarter marked the beat played: the ball In this position we: determined endeavor on his part problem Dequine said, is to remove HOWARFAlVfOU JOHNSON'SICE

Street and Sidewalks in Electricity Available.: and most exciting.|am yet seen should I have a mental picture of i to swing hard.enough so that he the ovv-r-supply of small I
here this winter! Stuart ball- how the ball Is struck. and thatIs can feel l it The result is a foregone fish This allows the remaining I
hawking center Beatty again led to have the club head strike Conclusion: h? make more population sufficient food for CREAMTHE
the coring u he cashed eight the ball at the bottom of the effort than he can control and normal growth\ "Usually this I
( down .wlnl.I\ we want the long :get practically none of it to the can be accomplished through i 1,1
UBIN j. of 11 gift shot opportunities and ,
t9ITO totaled 18 points Bob King Vero low ball with P -rrty'.of roll. ball.When normal fishing pressure, provided ICE CRE ITH A REPUTATION -

cent-o'topped his team with 15 To start the, down swing we you stop to consider the we keep the little ones When STRAWBERRYPINEAPPLE BANANA '
"'e throw them back though, we
marker pull with the left hand, making a difference between a good player
The Stuart girl opened nottlltles last snap or whip with the tight and a bad player, you quickly maintain or even nlcreace the PEPPERMINT
Friday night by falling wrist This action enables Usa will tee that it la more In accuracy population, and a bad situation I
pronate our wrists turning our than In power A 'well- grow
behind 28-7 at halftime again '
YES WEIMAVE IT Eau Gallic's girls, and a spirited club face perfectly square at the made swing conveys the Idea of CHOCOLATE' : [HIP CARMEL
second half comeback fell short. moment of impact.Remember great power. While the violent I
a* the visitor copped 38-27 The once we start our effort of a poor player to dupll- Clewlston, Jan 22. FNS< -- COCONUT PISTACHIO
Tiger Ba were no match In Tuesday hands down from the top of the cat 'the distance of the good Charles E. Wetherald, former BUTTEh PECAN

RUBBER TILESHEETlRfBBER 'a opener a* Vero's Juniorswon swing, we must go on past the player more often results In failure General Motors production chief .
37-15 after leading 18-10 at ball with our speed to the corrtiletion Expending more energy thane who has been serving as executive ,
intermission time of the through SAUIR can control la never successfulIn vice-president of the\ U S. TAKE )ME A QUART TODAY II

The box score: Your whip or snap of the wrists the golf swing Avoid makingany Sugar Corporation, was electedto Quart $1. Pint 55c \ .
for y r ond StOKTU will take tare of you. Many players particular effort at any one' the presidency of the organ
LAY GALLIC 11 hive a b..dlault of. waiting, point during the swing Izatlon at a meeting held in

&b..0 I .. e: r: : Clewtston last week
Nm.Aaf., .e e e I IIIKVIN ---
.::=:"f r .f : : CAGERS TRAINING SPLIT SCHOOL 4 Tallahassee QUALIFIES, Jan 22.-Richard GRAY SEEKS !MW: PERM BRU E and HARRY'SU

I.....01.1". .. S.-, ..e t e e .S --- W Ervln of Palatka and Tallahassee Tallahassee, Jan 33 -- R A.

.,. r s .' .I a C The Stuart Training School) qualified as a Democratic Dray, for 18 years Florida
beautify Kitckel T$ ". ..S I i candidate far the office of Attorney retary ot State, qualified =; I Ii I!
your Cabs to and DraJnkoardt.vr '..... .. .. basketball team.finally Into the 0 U S. No. 1 at Indiantown Road
| 20 color* from whflfei to seVct -* and all guaranIf A.kr- a .f tsnrAaTl(4) win column. will be host to FortPlel't' General His qualification i for another trm 1 am again) '
'" fee was received by the Secretary : asking the Democratic electors:
> of tour,.. Let cMr .> jl mechanic install a tonight, play lu Belle Place to StopFor
p 1 ,
Hade tomorrow night and host of State today Ervln I* a and for[ their vote and support upon j I I u,
petime floor of rubbcfltiU in*our home n rNeny Assistant Attorney General my renewed pltdge of continued
to Fort Lauderdale Mondaynight
.S S Im. resident attorney service in with
recently resigned as public keeping
:.11,.L'i ".J i -i i : : Both the girl and boy bowedIn for the State Road Department the office motto( since 1930 ofprompt I Fine Food and Super Service
Visit .. :
u* In bur Md at 900 South in order to actively efficient and courteous
showrforn ....... f .. .... a e _. I Okeechobee Friday night. the t.'ll t..
DUM opposite thJpark i ill Fort Pierce s..uy w_:" :' .iS a a0dd .1 1 elrll.losing :33-28 and\ the boys campaign service, said Secretary.. t ..Oral I I
a .l ------" -- ---- -- --- ------- -
... 3-U., However, Clewlston was TOLD
S SM.rba.
us..a.. '". ..1 twice beaten her Monday night!. BOAT EXEMPTIONS
.. ...,
e e
.. ..., I----,e 1 as the girl won 12-3. and the i Tallahassee yacht or pleasure
boy 20-0, craft boat registered In an
.s: i -
[GRIFFII>tfECKER i/ Inc.. OfflfktofMnf A.,5..1 ".d ii Y...., other state may remain Indefinitely -
in Florida without paying
by emsor.r! CODES OBSOLETE:
M. Galltol <.. ,. e 1 t t.. e taxes., under certain condition
...rtTrwl ii" a 1.41VlItO Tallahassee Jan 22.-. Many
F1.00 COVERINGS listing Florida-codes and ordinances of the law, according to Attorney

,atAYNG(50)rT In the field of lire prevention General J. Tom,Watson.

FOR 'IERC FLA. r have been made obsolete -
::. fKb .. :. ::: t : .b1 the Introduction of new bulld- Be Quick Treat .'
__ .. a .. .-, a t tog materials and new methods

of construction' state Treasure
IS er-rir Marshal J, Ed Larson II1S :

.. warned todayMrt.U 0 SEE US FIRST OR *

SERVICE w may develop If
.':':: i r yaureeugh, t ooidar acutt bronchitis -
I n not and you cannot '
Phone 265 ------.5 1: afford lotek wlthuyimdierewoteb PHONE/ UART 66 :
KSVHnr .. ,
ctn. tees a than creamulaon
.:..r i:: ,:. :-5: e Isu
I J which goes r the Seat of the i iCASALU&IBER
OLL .. .1 I a
T THE PLUMBER +wb e ,, troubll I p n sndexpel gam
laden aid nature to BUILDING
f I" teooheend 1
1 EQUIP "AN'DLE ANY' SIZE JOB 1T .uT ealrsw, derlnaanesdbemsiessial
W RE ED TO ( f'f 1'1I eb ee6
01Jf NO JOB TOO SMALL > I I e5e.srd L7aomul blends ood
Too E' : :::=.E: 5 5 pecW pros N other
r ESTIMATES SUBMITTED Gui : :: : i i time teat medicines coughs,

Uwk Moss.*.. '::.==J i 'f'' It No coattail M .e no how naraouca.suny sineywiryas. CO.

i s .E ia tie > e Ut
".ltll.. _.t ?m it, i.. I(. I the undeff sanding you must lit e
IIKRONAV STUART, rLAr 0fe.il. n* Mnkh *y It* :;.;) MMkiioiull I I-rt and ,
Tab.I..1 : sleep or you an ta .,
5 I I S ,
Mb-ad. a.. tlraat.. (stun) W..tf I. biT jrof mosey bsckXAdv ,
a-a..n s s.tu e. p..4, 1b. ..
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$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $9 $ IlliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliMiiiiiiiniiiiiii MALE HELP WANTED I PRESIDENT BANK LICENSES DUE PARENT-TEACHER 1M THI CIRCUIT COOS- =- OP '

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,81 $ $ $ $ $ $ $38 to call oa farmers. U Marti: Dennis a Hudson was elected! FOfi TRAILERS "This nation was built on the, 0 roe COMMON MAITIN LAW COUNTnTFLoIlo MO.MOTICI AITION
CIASSIEftOR.TESi l 1f' m County, Wonderful opportunIty -, to the presidency of the Cttlaens 01' COlOn
TURN IT' INTO MONEY. QUICK READY MONEY $15 to $25 In a day. N,I, Bank of Stuart succeeding! James spiritual Ideal." Re*. Phil MM- ciTy nic.euiua.or ..TV.-T, 5 ... 'I il

$ $ $ $ $ $8 $ $ $ $ $ $85 $ $83 $ $ $ $ $ \ experience or capital required. H. Reardon. retired. at the annual well told aome 150) at thj monthly al, ....Io., .!

r DOLLARS I IN YOUR POCKET. SELL IT. Permanent Write today. Me. stockholders: meeting at the Klckl.ter's? Office Sell 2,198 P-TA session Tuesday"and night It will. ROBERT r PJeeaD ..,j ,

I I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1s $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ss $ $ $ $ $ NESS Freeport COMPANY' I1L Dept.15 ZI A,I bank Jan 13 T..ft by NoonTuesday the continue Civc) to Center grow ,In correspondence : LUITTE FULroRO R;..km.corookterea'TlON IlJ. | b
: 3e PER WORD (tRDIV.ARV. _____ rRoJfEBINCl
?IF YOU DON'T NEED IT, SOMEBODY DOES. miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iintiiniiniiiniiiSERVICES Other officers for the 1>48 calendar to the Interest given spiritual TuLu.wuoMt'Tu' '-
WORDS; Se PER WORD CAPI. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0 OFFEREDllIlllllIllIiilllltlllllIlllIlllIllhilllthllllJo year an David B. Irons, Uslne'O'I ..j M **** M. r.if, 4.Lk. ,. r ,
Ai of Tuesday hood J.198 new I Osed. 'MM*>U W KtiwM, __krttt (',
TALS, MINIMI: Ito FOR 17 I ENGINES. STOVES. FURNITURE. BOATS. vlce-pI'I*aldellt; R. B. Stevens,. The I
,AI WORDS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ NEW auto license Lags bad been sold "Laylhg Firm Foundations In 'ti:: "I_.abz.e .-.. hot. '0ii.
$ TIRES need balancing Ware cashier and C B. Law, assistant Llf$." The P-TA theme H.>,,,. .is .. ot_ ," "
'panI imiiiiiuiiiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii.iTAPARTMENTS. ,i .i,it ii; TRAILERS. CARS. FRUIT. MACHINERY. equipped to balance you cashier All five directors were, by the office of County Tax Collector Spiritual the is "Laying Firm big 'or tOn Onoldolmon'' nOhb..., .
for year baa P,00icaietSn MU' 0th ,
PallYWitt' FOR RENT' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1 585 $ 58518888 tires and align the front end re-elected L. C. Klckllter u the dead Foundations." n 11,1 b oh, m PMbi: ."
I imiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiimtiiiiijiiiiimiitATLANTIC with' the only modern Bear line for securing them passed three selections. coLOn n1. poc.noid is. r, ,
,OUTBOARDS FISHING TACKLE. SHOTGUNS. A male chorus gave donObH .hed .11..... 4 kciL '"4CII

hell albl, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Alignment inmer equipment Motor Ce. town.Ralph .I 8 TfiEESGIVEN last Thursday night Late buyer The event was 'Fath ....,...01. Ill1M't t t. ....

are not being penalized but ers Night. n. .... o..lh (1111111"
.. '.. CHICKENS. HOMES. LOTS. SERVICES I ,, M-FebJU simply reminded that penI.uaIn', of .Ia. elton, ,
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ IS $ $55 $58188885 nonpurchase lbneunh'u *40100", RUlued. Hn
building ...... to Plo I k.. _
L.J IEI.VS do that /r(5rding after the deadline Is violation I Pe
rit ';1 :firi t B.t MONEY! ,MONEY! TO NIGH SCHOOL Week's LegalInstruments Pein 5uo1 c..t e'lnemdo. 0'a.O.
e [ MONEY! MONEY I MONEY! Job for W Billiard of State law and Immediate [ to.cho. I oil .....,tnsat.

'm a ffl i ::1... ... 888 $ $85833153 155 $ $1 $.$ $ 88 $ Bros\Box 1C4, Salerno, Fla.f steps, should I be taken- secure i tri..._tbnoontu....I.ln.0. otos or ',

i !- f: Pi ,! J1t J .If.,I USE THE CLASSIFIEDS. EVERYBODY READS 'EM.. REPAIR_ and M.M.IrtRMTtlRE _pholsteritg Menninger Telia Arbor 1 Day; ; the tagThe purchase. totals Jt sy> TI -l- I L -I ...NOW.. ,,.,.oid 7H. 11_&ItIFtJ.ob r. .rn's"....11... etCP510,0 to'''.r "".".to,

\, I.t.i/l; ;'; ,!" | Springs rebuilt like Origin Facts on day Included 1803 passenger I SPECIAL WAaBANTYCMUW -neon' kHov 500 CAselt C, ,
Phone 300 art, 445 trucks 7 wreckers and C. 5-se.' t5ydn .... '71' .." of ,. ... .... D ,.
.. new, furniture .refinkhlng, All TriplarU! ::1: ft.. 0. clams: :r 51 l. = to..Mt _.. :.. ...._ .
: work culranteed 124 trailersTwo .... ... ..... .e..._ .0,0 .iflosSuelbod ;
COITITAP1KTMEVTS; rillllllllllllllllllnlmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilll' llljlllllllllllllllllmllllll.. ........... Call 14I. ".1.
\. I;;llllJililIIllltllullllllIllilHllIIIllliIllllllFOR;;;j;;; ;i;;;;; ;;; ;;;;{;; 'IIIIIIIIIKIIIHIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllliHiilll' .mm.i i Stuart ifttel for estimate, .;: The origin :-of Arbor Day and Florida new Legislature laws passed! last year by the are .AD'tllI'S... P. "a I. Sec..4 DELDhlipoan I. .. mono_el, S.. ,4 4 tIns oouecp. .'eO ,aInw ",
call at in
STUART, FLORIDA stfop rear of Hotel acts about the eight trees prev a...hall 5,0 in takes car tit. end .. ..
SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIiritllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FOR RES5T'htIlllllllhlIllhlllllhillhllllllillllhlllllhlV now being enforced here by F, QU' LAtHS uno metS. I. .W J 'kn.WITSL5 .
Newly: Decorated: fully Flipped !, I t'FHOLST |tr WORK and Matfating ou&ly presented to Martin Coun. 8 Woods of the State auto tag Willinu. I. II..... 0 .5 vu I. Muedo : ... 5' ,nbb.. On j",". ,
Housekeeping Apartments I of tIn arnlt Cone' 1M 111ft" 2.Cies.bt .
I Weekly Seawnal' ,HATtR PIMPS Barnes Irritation KR RENT-* room and bat/' Irma PA of all kinds. ty High School were told by Edwin department The first. Senate ....... ::::' :- .'a'e eldocob "'""" .. H rOndo 4 Ut..f'j. ,. .
or Water Pumps connected I apartment reajwinnble We S. U ,class. work., pickup Mennlhser to an as *.pibiy BIll No 144 requires that trailers A. .,.. .. '. V. WwtIs.sow. at. ond H Ito .1k mel : ., ;
w. T, PAGE, M rTelephone ....'. of 1 ...1.. .1 CUllS H tOO. Vnnt N... 500i, 43 .
1 to .ir-t-ool.d engines Ralph Jurnh'earl.', adults 0 and iver Phone Fort of students and adulu to mark and trailer: coaches pay a 110.25 use. Mania Cant ;...
815 ,
.. .._,. t'Imer Motor Ca 12 to Mar IIBLOOMING I rhone ZWMCecnanut 411' addretl U8 Pierce 77 or write Route t, license 'H. The second law 0005w.waoa iT o.to ganesup' I ROle.HEAlI .
taovitt.Ion. .
'---'-- Florida Arbor Day In a service on ,. 05, P.
000. 5aenou 01 5' 0 ,
Rrow Bux 581. Fierce MaiLmanCompany. douse Bill 859 requires the county -
i iiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiwiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiFOR
C 3. a. PoIlF.Rnt
., laud Macpw ,
; H101oor
African vlolfts. '1.80 t! the lawn of the high school Tuesday tax assessor to levy a personal .0,11, ',. Ok-ni. O'ct I' 1.'ORRi.
SALEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiimii to SIS*. also begonias, eycla- ?-Modern 2 ft bed- DONT WA! until it s too late. morning I lax on all trailer which do not LOosed, 5.rb'be0i I. Gosie.a'to W to ..basIne.. c;. 1010 D. _L.aaeaa pzh. Jan. iu. I.: I. 5, It,. 15. It.

.men, Mexican dish gardens room cottages, .ellJrarnlshed. See as to v' for automobile The day originated nearly 100 1 have I 1948 license tag This la soles 1/. ....._, .. ... AoIo... FinAL A ITI3IPNTso
FOR SUE IMP ruvtom built and foliate plants. Mrs. Ernest I very reawnable, yfione Zitl, not a local law but a State law,, 0. WEn,01nn.nne .n '.5. III....
Inurann t kt need under .... .... .
t'. 312 Seminole St. If you years ago in Nebraska (he speak .Pa... ('....... 50 C. nut cm couP or 'lot
Lyons. Hebe
inbuilt house rallrr 3] feet I Sound. FIn and the Stat tag bureau Is enforcing TGAGa
: been
.ald and load
--- -- -- er adoptedby
Ions;, toilet, water tank, and' I I It. When trailer owners a.p.ebna.rouCinI._. intlua$.
FOR :. lip .... dor* Dehon A I ND FOR MARTin
for electric REST JTpts, 3 and 4 .1 MOlt I
FOR SALE-Looking an eHAMEL
118 volt Uiht iem i nearly every other State Jn$ do the license It la
<.> *, elgetricbrula. i Son. Deribnktldf, Phone IIf not pay mandatory tie. lIon H tiknnaO..bm .'us'P 1I..k. .
her it I,. rooms. Weear month
refrigerator Reasonor P50.1471
air rqllali..llion, -asternoil ; the union. including Florida by that the county assessorplace v.1I1 ,0 01. .laO o..tIi' CHAt '
I U no nose at a 01' THC \
overhauled Gft i earlv. electric.
nether; orl"'in-l' lln -h. new Completely > -1JR i n legUdatlve act two 'ear'ago"The a personal\ property tax. Snub. HOKTCAGt GtIAtDIArllll 0,.

tire. e\c lien I ,andiUon' !Montgomery Ward. Also" haw Apt. 431 CJconut Row. Stuart CIIAKI III, AKJ \\TS says If you L trees given the school by thePTA Under these laws, which went WilSon C. 1...._ te SwIil| H"rtr..." Pr,. IlOil,' J

,:. \ throulh",. Slims 51 li S. led I I llotpoint elntrle'ranee... It'sold 'JFIa f 1 will e-Be bvl {ALPH ILMFR wtre worn by Mennlnger Into effect last June 16, ft was rkirkn D trlei' It 05 to I oN OmO- NOTES '00 STATe AVE TO IlLS IlEAL

l'I' I Ili' hi4ii Stuart MaEIElTKir but it cooks.. Call 118 J for FOR RE:>t-1C.Two bedroom home i MOT(A CO r wIll be glad tot and ere called Trtplarte He explained brought out that purchase of a 1.-, ::' Dr'ch'Pn"l C' naze toesbzut 70 woos i "y 0001tWO04.ueo

details or BoX 276. tf on "Sell-alls Point SUV monthI I check And cor your wheels Ute name origin and tag Is cheaper than the personal ,, Air' Use 0 0v.Iloonba'yoeoszlaP tl'oloisllIni lIon nih be in .by..uin.a tIn SInS thai. _.r ...

% HU(.HMTOIlN for bjBnce told the the trailer to be Cuert ..... Ounult, vitoIn
'Iv If 4 people SIM monthly an ilign the front of mature trees' distinguishing j.aJC although ouao 4 Iao A. 'mOb.omatl'.ltulnzooacor' Or.nlo
S ft All Pored Li Krlvlnalur tlOU I OR SAIE-Fresh. treeripenedoranges I i, end fa Il'i. ,........ th.uooee .. N. \41. .. h'' "o.
J our ear Machine UK red blossoms. moved must have tag regard-
pple. (75 monthly for a ... .... .
year- ,
I 5 ft. AIIForreliV, ,. and |r*pf fruit. SlOt ''n.. .nd -. A. Istion.IATISFAC'TION lies III r e. Ia sOnar rt ,
; C.il; sun Hi:; line I r'tdnd occupants Telephone I 22-Feb.12 The trees wen presented by I"as Tags must be purchasedby Of' AC.giebsrd 1olo. ... dzeufrrkeon.", iS
I J ft. Fnamrl (,ilm i -:;> per bushel Also roriiplete .IUIIIMnlnHnnt lndsoi 11... ., '.lOk .. M. a. L ....
1.ft-R. P-TA President Mrs. \U either Air Uo. -
Garland who a legal '
1 5 H. Enamel NoiV XI "f ji-llv honey and novelties. : 15,22 I IIXK DO lpl( have tiTRUS 'I. wIth your anyone lows tow .,. .tkucatw. .... .._ to t, JOt
-' Edcnfleld and accepted for the resident of this State employed I.. kim n uMkonO'c wi tIn 0, !no
rill: fruit &. Novell Shop i / hens not lapin Then a,. LEASt
J 4 rt.
('r..lt'y % 'i RENT -- ;New aerfront( school by Principal Erwin Flohn'lillet tot Florida and/or ha children W O W. 50,500. INIIMB'll ., In .nbo.. of tIn 10'' uf lIz 4. RInOM. .11!
1 4 ti ('ro"..) \ 6,1 federal: llwy &: 2nd St I collages in Jensen Beach. Air IIe.4 PanaStuart Feed T.I....._ nod ,"cool H "' .... ,0 thu _I nASal. .....
Robert Montgomery, In school herePRECINCT .... .....
t IfPE4ER C.... ., On Irino md \\I Ito
J All rotnpletelv, Arrhuuled 5 r .condition tile baths. Phone :,_ .
and '
---- -. ,,- --- ,-- --j j. president of the Sailfish chapter nOTICE: Or APtEAtFOR IIa Cu.nl 1erioI. oars eOti .
newly painted a 111 i gu.r ,niedme'hanieaib. loft S.UE-Boat built 1947ft I 154-R 1.15,52,2,1, ) !S SVPPO for wonse of FFA in the school was in ; BOUNDARY'' LooIIO A. II'..' .. Ci DiED5uoeo of OtMuopley ...fYiMd No 't..IItoosTb' ,... Iuadm0 i'." ,
- ;
I. \ Baurr Stuart Chrysler' Are, ouirifgefl.automatic ( FOR RENT: Floor sanding- machine I Men's belt.. units Dew.nd charge of (he program which CHANGES WARRANT'LOCALDECISION .. Pinldn no PolO' whIto ... 14111 H _,.. 'a T"o
Auto ('ampAIRCOOLED i lId. Orange A,,. Fort also included three numbers by B.... Sf 'Iori.to 01,0 8. 5 h. slat.. .tI 51. H usue' II It
bilge pump, fish UOx, and edger Refinish I Meje. Phono stow. .011mb. ID a...... 0.50 'sonS5aia bIns' o i pi tM 5,0' of '
iy < HTBORDSt mounted 18" tt binoruatn. I your floors at reasonable rates.' 197 1 for ap'Poi4tment. the high csriool's band directedby oJ 'f .- a'r .1 i 1/ L ilakon, 0. I
.. ,........ tho 50
.. Dent Ilk
II. 5orv.
Wendell Waters Se
t. t: ,. you wen IhAien' Lan*..nA Phone 282 or urite Box :QfStt Phone IDS Stuart HardwareCe. ',- D oaf as Tallahassee. Jan 22. Until B.... .sl'hcid.( PI.'Id' to G. 15.0.ut. T..kI'tori. -. One .1 ....... A. Ii. (0(0,
I : cmilni I I ES: <* accompanist to Betty Lou Matheson ... 00110 EliOt..OJI.Cnueiae .
4.'yt'le, Air 1 outboard" qtf tf elastIc stockings: Florida courts rule on the point., .t to P155k 0. 5'
.. Oar Ida 4. bob
who Kliuser'"Treea. ... 1- I. Nll
'1\\: fnoton' Cnnie (In nd try OflOr kne pads, anklets etc Stuart tang Joyce f county or State political committees 8,00 a. .0.( PkosnS P'loidn" Sneuchon. ea ca ,''I ,..,
": I'' .ut. Kalplt Unit Motor C'.. IET: tree-rlpened fru"dirert NICE DOIBLE. rooms now available Drug Corp. : tf TIe trees were each should decide the effects ante. nS FlUids to ...V.... Mann' Sam P _... PMdd.u. .
I ?2-Mar.15 from grave Oranges 3'/ bu $1, I new furniture Hollywood -I sponsored by P-TA executive on B'... .,' llo'lda to *0.. ........
'. ,'Ii _ I grapefruit 'i hu ?fcr Mixed beds Innenprinf mattrenea. DON'T WAIT until U'. too late. of recent precinct boundary ..... 51 PioSido 00 SasH K. D._ 0. GAL ADVERTISEMENT
"1 IOR Ii.UF.-5.room See n today for automobile change which may result In eon al 'Ian'" to AloeS tllPuu."LEGAL .
'cc turn.Inhed. fruit whipped prrt tid SI bu Rate from HI weekly SPECIALTY NUMBERSFOR reoruccTha :
;, ,. mrtipflot. (htrellent hoe I, .,\. 311 Akron Ave. and up Rex Hotel, Federal I I Insurance that you need ander MINSTREL REVUE some precincts having no resident ADYEBTUBlEIITIN ci .e ontat; CnnuntnlonneH .
__ the financial commlUmen and othershaving M. 1-sonS.. iioctdu will
Condition. i7 5th SI.. Highway at bridge. tf I new respohsibilI ANNOUNCED BY CYO COUNTY 32)0010 COOS? ire o Old. ... ,.....,.. mdl. biritnoonsA"
''I, Stuart. rOR SUF-Vw fftsilor I Law Theodore Dehon A double Uu legal quota MARTIN COUNTY. FLOw 'I.
Attorney General J. Tom Watson IN PROBATE; _jl X*. 'TIIU..I
'i'i' ing marbine tf.tltt. wab'I.'I. FOR RENT- Downstairs apartment ,, Son. Dehon Bldf, Phone II .
I .
-.yeOnJi's lidsc ,
I) thin I model eoittpiel.1kilh' ., screened in porch IfIRESBYTFR1AV A rsriHy specialty numbers thus ruled on the question of ",TAU OF posit E. f 0 _IM Ji rift.H Itra-mr It.>...ti.' FM.nOoI'Uo".' tmw>..w..

ear InsUIIrd .For' 5227 A Ralph Stuart Sea r/jl Market: HO1 I II I lu front porch, I living for the CYO Minstrel 1 Revue topresented whether Martin County precinct IATHAWAV, | MMMtakMl. IV R_,.-., tA '.
timer Mutor ( o. Jljlar. 11 ': :'t'i::: [ be Ian. .29-30 have committeemen now In office rmcnad ** Ink aMazon sad a trMM
bed art
--.-....- I Akron 1't': P .e !%!. dining room, room, CHIRCH NOTE TO CaEDlrc&5 IMt.ll,. ned senOr t. tffVftlI ..
.- ._ electric' kitchen; closed In back leen announced by the sponsor- a remain so In splU of. the re- Ton und. _h un roo on dimly 5'. j. 'toonla Mitt PMTaU-OVA

FOR SAl E-17 It rente oard fOR SnEI -yCd Johnson outboard porch Private home. Nice I t'MEETING SCHEDULED Bit CYO and 'Director Larry, rent: change In their preclnt tleol Odd w.ue'e is _, me .00z1ud .. ':;-;:: ::" .. :.:: "Pr.:
Sloop, new WI..onN/n I "ard i ....;... doa.Ma .tink.. cnn u old-nc r' .. ..... .. .,
molJu I Slmond, Little Gall Merriman boundaries. ...
laitn. Reasonable r
I A-1 condition rate Apply SAt sue torn WIOuI 01 mute akteeHko a'Ano '
.' motor, good. oilnarrIf,, IH' Priced rtfO for quick sale Rains Poultry Co. 303 E lib. St. The annual congregational and Charl'a Clements will be subsequent elections he L II......',. .100 kam5 ow P. L HnUsz0. _.. sad __.... I.... .'004.
.. than half d, I ,
con. new lad .1 V4c. ..I4 .
ear rutdf rall
J" $310 Iron Dirk Kinftiia. See Blair or Phone 311 tI meeting of the Presbyterian featured as the Fugee Kids. The continued\ the newly formed precincts 34. ="' *f.'C'h: =. :*.. IYork ... H. il M..M rsTRtr-UBf: HfSIM .
h..e'.barn' bigrubt.ei Baker, SUKrt Auto ('amp Church\ will be bldlt the Wom- Constance trio Miss Phyllis. willI ct.Ilen and to H........ Arlkw R. Ckso." ,1o I ...U.. irann.ittS 1 and 0laeun .
|ue. prxr4H4llv .. : ___ FOR RENT Well Club ..... I... *f lulls c...... riccid..] ,_ _'t.
appoint efS'I tomorrow .starting wIth MlM Jo Ann and Angeluie will womtn front within the new pre .
.Cost $30, *ell SiO hadb" t kit *' t''" cg .r (met rU M.dni OIL k-bob
n. FOR $.41 -Nt'1II 23 ft aluminum apartment living room witfireplace a covered dish supper at 8:30: recall the magic of' the .Old cincts. In the meantime. however iMrt. ".,....*. MlkM .t.kt tel >In ._..
3 mi. out St FOur Blvdl '6 okmajiF ....... ,.... 51. flrM ..... .
.. .
trliler dining room, electric p.m. The business the of nil < t/* l rk e'.oow' MMU.fltllun '
Its off Trailer I meeting will South In th lr :Jiarmonlous vocal- party organization
'P. o lInt IDIII. MM .f tkuMUM.. Rack thte .r .. .......... _.
-. -' -, Sales S.. lllithnay. 2': kitchen 1 or I bedrooms. Fri Bet under way at T;30. Reports!: zing, Mr. Duncan of the Kobe Martin County, should decide nn.doaatlem.I rhln. ..4 ...*> .UUIk r. ....... !nu aar.. tor

I (OK SALE burner ahh .Vorthtff Stuart. nllle'l. ; vate bath. Mrs. J. II. Woolnonfh from all organization in the Sound Country club will strumIs whether the redlstricUng \la to ,... ....kM. *H.1.he IMH.MI..Sbooun, U4. hi.(Ml nieb.nOde. .... -.... .., ... ......
.1.50 H S.loecil C.d.t P4500.1..snare .
'B kerosene healer' Vi Karh -' Indian River Drive. church will be given, and elders; ukelele and sing his own be considered .. pmapectlve, A'u.o'.ov. a' thu man will mId Mod-I 1114, bmt_

table, chairs, Kircrdile: 1 .I HIlt rftE-(4 ll b.tddnk.. ,Ankona.. $. 15, J: d!acona and trustees wIll be songs POO,Ralston will bring that Is. not affecting the old .0robs S. .In., .. : :
thin at ,
hood .
11.4 5..ep n. .
Cleveland no : Are I FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished ark memories with hIs RUBY H. DROWN 10. :, ito fluent
/:. 1 ''r, t'' to 1 reduction ex- house. 3 my" solo and Ernie Rlcou will election. or as effective now, and lot Antiber "",.,._..... nan bate.oan'.an.nnoH'In.eanasiywvp. _, cm ,.......

: Ii'AIR.'UOLED: fVOINrS: : We e. fni rendition Tall at FitchH Arrplara and bedrooms complete, t bath elcctncally .,1 ISDIANTOWNCLUIMET hlstle a favorite, 'Indian Love In which, event, the committee L MtlSneo', da.med. .iOn... ..IU *W mUM MMlM ten.......n.I ho. IbM no...isO..
have up
(, 4 in alcoA lausun and Win H s Bar, Jensen Beach I equipped kitchen ON THVRSDAYIndlantown CaU." Roman i. Erwin will star should decide upon filling. vacancies EVANS: CKAkYAiunwy ,all.. Illk tmi. of r>kra>rrIK ,

ronxin air-rooleri rncuifs l for IS. 2! In a medley on a harmonica and created by shifts In precinct I lor Adainktnrirts. .. 11M (bard ,-oos .00 PeA I SI

t'\, that boat or other u..... Also ,- -- -- new riverfront.one-bed Mill room rent collate ky Al..1 home demonstra, he "Gold Number" will be one boundaries which I eliminated' rnk.Smut..Jon.PInIOn_it. ii. ,*... i wsUbAL II. 1.... "za Cetnwj..loe., an all kIds.oet ,,. Intl .

I II part for them Ralph timer % &I S4.IF-Marvel Electric' Keerbtor tion club met with of! the program highlights A some committeemen. rOMEKOV:: .Ck>rt,
;, or Cross Mrs. W O .
Roads 0 W .
Mutorto .
,' ,
22 Mar. uIOR Ne, I-or trailer or1tIage. = CM>K|- MM'Ifmtf.
1,' __. __ sen Beach O'honel5l.J. tI Parker Thursday afternoon magician of note will contribute I '
tuALE-19.tt Eastern built Only one. Joe McNa- --' '-- Canning equipment was display an act I IMrl. ENGLISH DEPARTMENTTO LEGAL Coli ACVERTISEMENTTk. Sue 545 It. IJ. I* and TVk. I, IMIUtCAI. .

Ira. Ocean Brceie Camp. llllhllllllllllllllllllllltIlllltiIlhillllllIIllWANTED ed and food Harold Rosbury costume SPONSOR SPEWNGBEE City Cmmttm ft tk. Clot f 1N
hoiihe! ...trailer/ 21 ft. Wi>l Beach, fiwu will
rMKr boA
be Hern. at Bright Collage in Several members will. at- chairman Is now taking meaa I Twit* CTUI as j C000I

< Sunny .%,re< In Jensen t0eoc''' 0 a.CASII SAl E-150 eoroanutI lhltlllhlfllIllhl'llllluhllllllIlIllllliFllllll' tend the MarUn County Council uremenU for costumes. Rehearsal tn ho aem'noed Ia r...tk i 5l.t See I rug laTIN CClUIITY COuNTY boon FlcleansI

., Itol: yean old SM Six WANTED TO BIY-Small piano organization meeting at Palm tonight at the Log> Cabin win The Martin County;;; ; High School ...SlOAn..',.. ....in,. -.vo.tfr..... .Oon.01, tot T....., NOTICE TO CREDITORS

--- -, 10. ,II electrical. furnished, lor Sunday School work Please City Jan. 27. Coffee and cake begin at 7:SO and dress rehearsals c:.._.... .__. "'""'" : .. Ill I :i MTATS: or '
FOR S VI F: 120 perfect1; English department b sponsorIng ......,... .-. .... ... 9 IILKf a DUNN
bum. a I" with garage. Entire black notify. C. Kk:khter and quote were served by the hostess at the high school have been tin,.... -1104 _* I

good! tld-fashuned J burst I IIPI te school; on Hospital .price SIPPER SCHEDULED: set for Jan 26 and 28 a spelling bee' contest to be held .,... woo.It..te ...W4....... ne 0. lion ... Al .dlt*. of IbOt. :;: ( ,...,.
-_ .. .... no, ........ ,_,-.un.
f apartment sine electric s eC drh Variety household turSer -- The the auditorium /tM_ 01 01....". fI, it ?.e
in 30. The
HAVTEBMan or woman, monthly fellowship supper January n. Cltr "'" ..In..... ....... ... rI i fib k> thin. *
( bel..pl.tt'd with newel fl9 I I. 1Iih Frieniner, RI'. presentable will be held. at the Methodist BIG GAINS MADE *. offered the Cand C. to .._ ..r Of ... ....... non wfcm tb-s a:i her, suntosi;:
> ,
prizes- ton
). See Ernie: Lyons at SfAtl ersldUrive and appearance for door Church by ISULt ''a In Cm.'*
Hospital M. at 8;30 ON U. S. 1 PROJECT TrUrM
pin tomorrow. .1 kr
5 .
\ Nem' U door work, In I. .. CMI" MI Ik. C' T
H u' Visitors to Merriam Company publishers of lIon, Vl ..
Stuart : .
are Invited and C..... of tlmCl ; snn wtlkls slaIn IS I ant*
of .
FOR S.\ _ZI.fL Glider National Home 4.. k'tk. .
Trailer Imp.e.ment all f. > UM .... *f abs fiMkU >
"' PLANTS lOft SUE (r"n., (first It0)! takes It. Six mile Service. Salary and Com attending.ar? asked to bring Laying ot thoficat! or binder genuine Webster dictionaries l.EGAL ADVUTUDlIIIT 'Mi W tkl. NMfa Soak ,W,>

\ ('. !!, Sultanas tar", and north 4Jrnn.n Bench en lndlun | mission. Splendid Opportunity a covered dish and ulenalls. layer of asphalt on US I over aret ((1)) a gold-plated medal first LAGAL1i'ESMISTac "a.0,0., ...4 elm*>w% W W
small "iie* Prices Drive S. P. Flliott Call t49 I'ere Beach the final seven miles southward Cou ... .... 0101.. 4__ at t.. 45.. sad war'
Itftjr or write prize ((2)) a silver medal second
m W. *nd St., 'fflable. :... i TRAILER CAMP Into Stuart iou completed last tit... 01 .... c hem .. .. .... _.... ...10 _

:. I KR SUP Trailer- 2-whee--! I Box 277. U BID IS REJECTEDRefusal I week end and laying of the top prize. ((3). .) .a bronze meduL third Iibmin;. ,,..,.Hi...2-5.bph.za....... ;...,..... w II. .uua' :.:._ 1& woe Simon 7"

'U stake koA Harry W. DrnneyM WANTEb-oue next viringrjob or second surface Is scheduled to prize.; 5-N.tnoia. 1.0.1 ii. isTal, don ttk';;!
FOR StLE-5 h.p. FaySf' ; raw-: llvrt and appliance repairing No by the City of Stuart be completed this week end or -. ..... low-, 1,011,.. V., ul3 IMSatlHAM M. DUNK
Lucie 1
HOUM" by Beacon The English classes of Mn. Carl[ ...... of un.w.o. loon neon w .._oft H ..1Itok
lint motor complete Jih ('DUP- Llhl job too big or too small High to grant permit for an auto early next week, R B Kavanauth. ..4. -lad EM Into Onse. ton,, cola srt..... K Dn.u. Door......
ling, -shaft propell64 stuffing juality: Low cost. Fhoae Stuart trailer camp on II lots of Block project engineer for the Roth, )fn. A. 1C Mulhaupt Mrs. bak. aaimza ... oeno.t.e.' 'to lic I Sloe O. LITTMAN

box and (011. Priiaff for quick f'OR SALE -Qllectrlc refrigerator j 117. Christopher .Electric; F Riverside Park State Road Department ,reported e.dcodjl.eoo,. Attn., Im uu lM tri..
subdivision, Fannie Jackson and Mr. Don Ho- .. .... PM Plan 'taiim an l.snnW ltd... nil
; sale Sea Horse Tie Co. 'Old Shelvadkr, good! condition Shop. France Apartments aaBex was upheld at the Zoning Board Saturday !ZSrl--. & 8S Pukibk ... a. ... ... 11. 1....

J. Dixie Highway, Jffrntn Beach. ITS RCA t \ radio and eleetrie No. 1. if of Adjustment at a hearing at Slight Improvement In receiptof manello are participating. 04.Hrf a.-.m.... *, *Jzy..4"jisz! ADVEJITUEMENT .;

15tt record flayer setOn [ ZT.: city hall rock The {mauds for the contest loqoIn tIll ,,nnu n._. "
12.50.1 OTJ oar a art horn Friday morning Ap- supplies enabled Kava- are: end Inat45d p rneO ; .ALADVUTlsEMt4i"

FOR SALE, Sejffof f'fireplacetools I new UsliU Jet r friends returning to Staart. We llcatlon for reionlng the lots' naugh to get hU crews back on Seniors-Crayce Pomcroy.. June niTt:M* I. U i. ArMlM NOTKIIk. r INTENTION TO acctSTCa

1 and hp, 750 ral.*\,.h. Inquire siI are still in business rcfardlesaof from residential A wag made by the Job 10 days ago and it the Elaine. us ...-r.::itt .<9 u4 kf h eOn* FlCTrTlcn.J5 NAMS
nof t lr andirons. I Firestone Sto J. J, Van Steen and A. W. supplies and weather cooperate Matquielt, Vfaner. :Barbara 5ohonn lUldu *T.UeJ ....., ....., '''' .0
Ala, I rumors being circulated. wlt" : Osumle.
three ui.
f. It wooden slat ildt eAend( toe "ns* H tOne
11 porch screenstwo 7-ft wide, FOR SALE La Our phone b still 117. Oar new man. the work on the ell,'. north side Stewart. Abon JCimball, Jacques .1 nq.b-.., .. sun .ni.i, .5 a sano s.d be ,leO. ta.o sO iFtorUa. AM
novelties ef( toe .
location Is should" be finished In short order Mont Isiuntn ie,1i' doe H P45, rariMn wInk tao ClUb ->
France lOin,
1,1 i one I ft. "idaf Davis, lit St. all kinds. Als strong, well- Apartment WILLIAM T..hoca.... rou .... Clr, i Cowtlhl I and tar MtHUrite.
: Lode Crescenjp 15,22 built lawn ehal s and tables annex N*. 1. Christopher Elec- BAILEY MOVINGTO Kavanaugh said. Repavlng Junion George Rltch .._ ."' .. .a = eke nobaLli OMIMV.WkllMII. WM m.lH .0 pint .>
:' ___ trie Shoe. ifmillllMlllllllillillliiiiuillllllll'iiiiiiil VIRGIN ISLANDS wIll be d.one 'for IM mIles through Emily ( X MtolMUM, UM tV tttolKAWft

i AGENTS for (cijuid Pump AU made of eyprws"" Stuart. but will resume on the Morrison, Ray Sherman, Douglas. in. 'srich -, : P "*' +IATLta.VILLACII
Ed', of .
Fruit ito
N.hIp Shop l ca, Itna,!. ,
alaes delivery city's south side at the Intersection Holly. nndo S. i v wHI ..,
Iiajficdlal* Lind William ,W. Bailey who has ; *** hi k -

[". Stuart' Hard*are Co. Phonf Federal Uny. SI if FEMALE HELP WANTEDllllIllllllhllllllltlet'tllllltlllllsnpn been associated with attorney of U.8. 1 and 4th St. Both Sophomores .. Anne Leach, Jack link.OmIt u,. I.trI-_......pen.-...W..k.,...lM. nut ta

101. I' Evans; Crary here for the layers are down' from the south : McHfresh Duane -.-_LEOAL ADvgaTnogsse 2 .!""-'"' ivant. "''l.
WANTED put Maderia Wayne ..... ... ...... ......
as aalcslady IS line -
FOR \ft months county northward U miles 'CoIa...
FOR 8ALE--Jlr. i' SALE-Pre-watt, wool rag will terminate his ,_ Wells, Betty Lou Matheson, 'tM alolo . ,..... uzd 55n5 Hon 50
wood receptionist t'li.
or cashier for Ite Cimi
cheap 7x11, Good c nditii, $2J. Inaire luslneai here and move to at. ItI ,.... .. H. 4 Citt'' H en nab., soon InaetmI .in Mid .Mdl
,; W. II ,, Kio Bird. RID 8 weeks. Fall er part time. NEGROES Freshman Joan Brucoe ol5 _.. 5n tIn4irnn.ineUco a-s.
HI Wet SOb Thomas, Virgin 1 islands uu ARRESTEDON Betty .. ...... ....,-
,I-St. .Barr 4. Mrs. Fred Colburn, It. Gen. week end. be announced yesteray THEFT CHARGE Jean Ray. Angelina Constance AdinnteIb 1-........,Aeiein If_ Faaaa flANK DITtOS ..

FOR SALE BoatlVacrlfice, Del. SUI""'" Be Mil Flora Penhale Mad Emt uIn'' tone.wnt lob. Sue, II, a., ... ,....
i\\!t't. POE SALE -Wa hlnf reaThirie". .- manage personal Inez onnbw wOk enau... -
11"I6S.. One year oW. Has had very Bought larger boat te5 t'nl- HELP ANTfD-8tenorr.pber: property and be associated. In Bill Wilson and J W Oran- Powell c-He SidOon" ,to. lni'450.' APVaaTUVEMEWTNTENTION
Venal untJ
Marine ,
little >, p MoUMll hp must be businesa In the new locality he berry Alabama being 'litHe. Sin $ionnh ant
uv one $-W. Bait able I* take abort negroes were Mr. Johhwldc will the sov.cx

f ;o IOLKS We 11s"sgunta for UMnToomer Yard well Jensen Atjacka4'n Kuhn Boat band.'Shark Industries" Deboa .aid. HU wife, TonI and daugh held today in county Jail on awards Miss Pearl O'Neal present will act old.. sill 5'. "ha 511mb r.nd.ng:: .p. p. 'hellHl. o I NAME TO RECISTUITIOUJ :

FertUisen, He I Bldf.tllllMIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII. ter, Leslie. will remain her at a charge of stealing' a It-ply tire as and! Ms. Don ,. p. '._ tes$ H17'Cilt'CeseInl .::=. :-*: Iri*** UMt III* *
the' fudge RomaneUo .
France r irMlMi CkMM
Apta. from ..
FOR SALE PACRARVIOCPE until he finds the Shepherd Construction _
have toe .
that good Special CItrasFertiliser will be the ..u. to onion te moon H OtrIdu. AM .0 ISII,
( la i stock at all limes. WITH SMALL TRCC4JtOOT LOST A FOUNDhllllllltlllllllithhlllllnSlllIllleplhlpIut houalng In St. Thomas.TESTS Company of .Atlanta Sheriff 0. ,pranouncer. 1fULI ave es U Mdi. coS ill. abuOe Inert nS tk. Ctort. *'f Ito ffft

Ralph I'Imer Motor to, IV tERY GOOD CONLtrlOS. l ... Hancock: reported yesterday', t a, Power.a 1'........ ..saL.....e.01 Sonic.- of toot....",.

tt-Apr. 15 I3ZS. Bran aid Harry 1 Shell'LOST-Diamond circle pin. f2( DAY 'BANGED following their arrest Tuesday TARPON EXPERT ... tn tom a..k. a., H 5teu$ ",",... tot .... ...... ... 110..._

ii'1tsi'jiter. elei, : Stailo at Federal Ht hwa. reward Contact Stuart News State Highway Patrolman The-AUanta firm currently Is Joseph E. Wells winner of the UCAI. ADYUT = "
engaged I In I&.INT shel'.J:
and ladlaaUwi Office. the VB. J Improvements :
trie washlag machiae, two Itsad.FOR Warren Button has announced a IMJ Tarpon Rodeo at Browns 00.10. .. kSmes

sparS beaters. and ateam table. r.u..i''t: ; hange of time when here. ville, Texas, and winner of the M. ....... It I..VICKM. .. k, Cesoe a.; rtr .0 %.ubonn nO
I J.OST'Female driver's Casasmu ft... maintuObo 55.nne
Walker lat... Out $1 MX bond since It ...
.. on \ TueaJy ol the Ie none, ... cabIn. M .. ......
I Priced' reasonable for quick Hi-fi 4 white with tests will be given by him at the tarpon casting event In .. lnnw __ ... Inoo Ikaa 1 5. "
beam h p Wlee ,sin tan and black"&,, < is Lames Bail alias Georgia the .. .., _.nti.. M"i:
aale. RUr Hotel, Phone 1151. enfIne; In good shape CbVlea M I..... Reward for InforwutUuir ourt .houae Th test will be Boy, of Stuart who was arrested same year. I* a (nut at .nba...ci,. an LooM S ...,..., un elk. of 5.p !._
u ven on Fridays from Casey Golden Oat Camp. Be 0.0 nses t onMd ... 5rt.. csnn.. PindOni "III thorn ...
I ..
30 .. .
Barrett ,
41 .. California ft. retira. Key Claus Jesuwa : to I tIn:1: charge of tmonje .. ... e. 45n ..
':10 pjn effective receiving stolen I Intends. to fun the II.. -- .. -- ....... .In taW kunl
Beach, or,bo.'IU" this week property' HAucock ipper'North tlro'H Am45 6 5e...., ,.. Ma
,,",_ JWOIM ,..4 Fork. :_. ...... 5. I. Lc.nIasue.. .. s....ansi.. w. __..'
rU U. IS, _r>k, f, .J..S, c. """..>
J.- >. U, tl Jk4)5) ... liii,

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STUART SAILFISH CLUB Placements FSES Increase CLUB TO PRESENT the January meeting at 2:30: p,m. 411


Standing M of Jan. 20 1--: will be aaalat-d by Mrs. "
Jan 42 Job
placement by the Florida LABOR MARKET. TRENDS in FLORIDA SCHOOL' SETUP The health and welfare de- Lloyd 'C. Travis Mr*. Blanche h '
.FIsH State partment of the Stuart Woman'sClub Lowery, tars O U Mooney, Mn '
Jind Rapid. Mith, caught aboard the Peter Employment Service In 1M7 in- L.0,000 :
Vonrmn Englinh will present a forum of all' W M Cromer, Miss Edith Coventry I
Capt.] Eddie Engbretsen! length fl fret, I liKh craied U per cent over 1946 TOP ESTIMATES health and welfare agencies and i and Mr*. S. W. traylor. committee
Vliliric* RotMeM.. New YOlk City caught aic and the J Jean Dare, while Initial claim tor unemployment \ SS.OOO committee_ of Martin County at member 'r

Earl Dire, weight. 78" rxmndi. compensation payments .. 2a

EFIN TUNA ) and Servicemen ReadJustpient Calculation;
George R. Fearing Boston I Miss. caught aboard. The Hobo Allowance increased 90,000, Show eft Measure FRUITPicked

p J.II.'k Whillcar weight 9 poiAnk IS per cent.Carl. B Smith, chairman Difference$2,308,324 Fresh From My Grcfe, Shipped Anywhere
u of the Florida Industrial
j,. Kl Omitein New.York City caught aboard the Gulf. Stream Comouaalon. said in comparing NEW and USED URNITURE ,
.allahauee-vP-'I11e<( ) cost bill
Out c \VhlUcor weight <38 pounds.PIIIV thM activities' over 'the past J08 AthPLICKfIfNBONNANO; for Florida REAL BARGAINSSMOKELTFISH: ,
two year. new public school
The Employ ment Service division program this 1 la be
year going to
r. S. Winn, New SmyrnaIl'h.,eaugfit I aboard The Spray Capt.. placed JMSSO worker in. feoootsoooo ..... .- $2,308,324 more than education i .

Voting, weight. ill .jxmml:, jobs during lOn, M compared official estimated last "mmer.I I
W with 133,803 In 1844 and passedall B.\MI\ : SCHE '
C Il'In \1ect.l.lct'n J, Wyo. Weight, 9<( pcnmda.MACKEREL ,. previous peace-time level tC } A final calculation of the appropriation -
,; The peak of placement activities based on actual attendance Carlton Hotel] I Idf. Old Dn e }'
\ltt/ Walter kiiclc, Detroit; Mlch..caugllt aboard the Calf Stream 1 Is reached In the fall when hiring a a" and teacher educa-
Girt Whfltear;wtlfcht 15 pounds.GROVE for citrus packing and tanning ; "-" tional rating rather than advance -
: and resort hotels and restaurants
SNAPPER estimate, call for a total
hula I Sound I 11 at It"* height. The Ion peak UC MO IRA.HtlTUl Stan contribution of "We Sell the *st" -i-i .f "We Service the Real"STRcviBERGCARLSON
If din B. Veughan ,. taught on Cut shrimp. Weight 7 was reached In October with 16,- CLAIMS JPUCtKNTS 638,683,004to
'Is. 1QS( placement: Curing Jun I16 QOC the countle .
OKV '1, I when placement opportunitiesfor The countlesvhowever, will not
\ E Allison Stuart, flight); in St Uiclo river, weight 31 pound the state a* a whole were have to put up more than the

UtI I. lowest, U81worker. were placedIn +. UU856U4 originally estimatedIn Radios & i fadio

I Ire Piths, Lyndluirsl. ;N'J J.. Ought In.St Lucb, (> InliH. Wright It The lobs Employment Service. file .order to share In the State ,. Phonographs r
fund Most
..1 Is "' them are spending
Qt Job applicant began in 1947 ,
l&.OOO; more than the minimum amount
KN with SO.928. more than T.000 more required:
Itt. Hamilton, .O.. cnnghl Ai Indian: rlwr Wright 8)J) Applicant than 194J Followingthe Colin English, State School B -ETT BROS.

Is. '" usual, seasonal pattern the ( Superintendent, certified the
(X) number In 1947 Increased to 59,- (0,000 new figure to Comptroller c. M 1 317 O.ceola Are. Phone 209''
II\tacit, RuHuM, lujWintntdenl of,sthnt,Is,.Stuart Caught uhonnl 47t In July. During the last half Oay Jan. 14 In compliance with
Dan. Capt Earl llnre: Wright'M pound Of 194.7 there was a ateady decline the 1047 school law requirementfor -a'i:-,
In the number of application on 6,000 I definite -T.
FRESH WATER DIVISION computation by i
me until a low of 37561 wa Jan 15.

din II Droing .Mew. York City caught, bll'Dillon. Special, t..dud'in The tact! that December activity, at the'I D I r I 11.1.1'1 .11 '-I 111 t 111 r t tI n't Seventeen have the counties student attendance which dld-) I

4 ?K pound. 33 Held office of the Employment a fMAMJ .Ja$0N0JrMAMIJASONo. or didn't get the highly trained f i Fo'Sale
I Service In 1847 passed all 1946----'I I' -IS4TMtMCC teach they expected will get ,
acid Donaldson Stuart, insight. on plug Weight X "pound. previous peace-time level. wa 'flOftlM WOUtTDlik COtMllMIOII t less during the next six month,
1 1, dale there are no entries I liy women aigltn|,! In the sailfish divt attributed to several itctor Employers -...........:assa/a,,. I than they did IA\ the first half of
generally are maltingareat.er In 1948. first: the! Florida unemployment -j they are otherwise Second the
Three, bmnze sailfish statuettes are this years prb'Jl1hllt augury! qualified. year The other 50 counties, 7 room home off Sewall Point, Garage and BoatHouse
of the service Full
hived that. full tn''be eligible fur coiiipntiUm. in the sailfish division., use compensation law was post-war marketing and I, will get more. I
employment' during, 1941 alsoplaysti ammended by the 1947 to remove The new payment scheduled: 207' Indi* River to County Road, unfurnished s
either, 1 he Uuglit from taints privnti Iv OMfutcd or ilmrtcr boats reconversion problem *"verely I
oed .if the! Stuart Sailfish! Club arid tliii[ rule. applies to those Two an factors important Influenced part. the the worker restriction employed placed in seasonal upon affected employment In\ some Industries became made effective to counties with a yesterday dlstrlbutloa -- ,$22,000, f urnulif d $26,400. Can be occupied at once

Ie for sailfish needed by the Unix, number of initial claims Wed in activities These workers, chiefly and areas during tht 111I *' .
lonur pliKjim' award.anI.\ <.n Iillg"on rod and! reel the ion and caused them to be higher citrus, formerly' could not draw early part of 1947 The most James L Oraham, adminUtra 5 room Stucco Aome furnished, two furnished Apartments t
.it fish In the Jollowuift. *()uclrt: than 1946 despite the fact that unemployment compensation i prominent among these wan the tlve assistant for !the State D'I I I 100' onliiflian River, more than 300' deep. In
., M..Ic., w.r4ll.k. try Mwfcml, .. generally there was a higher level during lobe summer month but heavy and prolonged lay-olf in partment of Education, said the:
h..r.MI .: M.ch.d, aaaats. (nt.. .. AMI w.:;.. = of employment In 1947 thar(,are now permitted to do so U the Tampa cigar Industry; increase over the July 1 estimate' heart of Jensef (leach Price $17,500 $7.500 cash.,
re.==r. s*t.nd. s. T. W.r.rh.h. ('..'/. 5..h _
= ---- --- -
w. >...>.'. = ."". Cmulh, G.trt.p.at. ck<> .4 BMI: --- -- was due almost entirely to the terms 5% 1. 3tnd 3 balance. Can be moved into

-0 JiJI'mint be weighed l In at bite Knurl rice It use and.- the : Riverside 'BABY BOX' BRNCS COMFORT fact higher that educational leachars generally ratings than had I at once. t
:12 ,
11 witnessed. by officer ref too Sluurt Sjilfisli .Club a were expected ,

Several thousand,' upon passage -' 4 room 2 ch', furnished home, Sewall' Point,

: Park Cottages of the new school law. returned 204' India vel' i Sewall's Point Road, other building -
to colleg* during summer
//k' : schools to get credit which put 24' by 4'. kandicaped. $9,000 cash, $10,000
Are Finished
Y. w s Other hastened to record old term ;
.t credits which up to them had
rtli meant little or nothing on their
.ESPOTLICHT Two cottage are ready tor occupancy pay-checks 12 unit Ap ment n U. S. 1 t New roof and refinished.'a'

and.the other three at Also many highly trained, Earns mor han %.. Price $55,000, terms..

Riverside Park' in Jensen Beach teachers were attracted from <<:....... -.

L will be ready by Feb. 15, owner other States by the Increased 26 room tment elan ,tore on AlA, well paying, invest
is < FLORIDA Again Maurice K.Langberg announced A salaries and other benefits of The t
,I'r- new law PricIndian ,$35,01 r
last week end. 'The camp
The law: more than doubling
t Ion)Road AlA Is th; newest and !: State fund for public schools,>
Riv front ge, wells, rare Mangoes, clearedto
moat modern In the community contained an appmpriptlonformula \ ,
Tile five building a:'e angled .which put major em-1 1 1I Savann $27 0 per (_t. "
) Da. along the riverfront with each I jjhasli on teachers'qualifications
being 24 ft. from the bank andS g6L rather than pupil attendance I
ft back of each other Being Of the total $38.688.054 certified !-j Ocean-to-I an-R r frontage 200-foot and up,

built by Clarence E. F'lnauer of M tits full coet.rof' the pro. | ranging In rare f r' $11 to $25 per foot .
Palm City, they are identical In L gram to the State' school year.I
Of OU1JT/NDING In all respect. Each; 1* 18 by, S3.890.269 listed for.school const I II
30 ft;., ho three room and bath, I ruction and debt payment Sol! 250-feet o t, Lucide Riverfront to AlA, price $5,000. ;
and IW per cent ventilation. The 'far, only $972568 of that has i

ACING rooms ,Include a kitchen, bed-,' .I been released for expenditure by I I Lot in Rn 50Beach >y 100 feet AlA, $880 '
room and living room. the Stat Budget Commission
Each has an attic fan and tin Other Item In the total are I
floor In the bath. Chrome fixtures $29.089,839 for teacher salaries:' Lot JensPhone < tuart and Rio.

at/ IALEAH set off the kitchen 'and Dr. and Mr*. R. C loppvr( (right), kook] to mi their Infant daughterPatricia Instead of $26,943JT1 estimated 1
bath with the wall finished in In July: $1.727,165 for school bus I
Aim, -wlio licks in comfort In built
away specially gldolt'd.111 -
Oregon) knotty pine. Modern transportation Instead of $1658,
kitchen facilities are being inStalled crib. The Toppers, IxitU p.yelMllogists at Emtin I University' at 029, and $3935,227 for current I I TILTON
Including four-burn r gas Atliiila, copied' the /Idea from Dr. Burrbm Frt-ili-rxk Skuinei. dmlr, expense Instead of $3890,265 I Bi|

Including 17 treat Vurf Classics apartment stoves and 6-ft. elect man of the, department! of psvcbilogy at Indiana tnlvtrsil) 'when Those fund have been released .
trig Iflgldaire The cottage recently doclured; "Its ohvjiius thut wrapping a twin in clothes in full by the budget commission. REALTOR
i l
are completely furnished with and llunketsIs, primitive, clumsy,and snmrtuiwi ddiigerous way blond-finished oak furniture, are it war A baby need alisolnte (freedom from clothes an Hawaii University football 158 Jensen Beach, Fla,
VARY 16 1 MARCH 2 heated by: gas and have Individual team will play a game with Army'
equable and constant The' coiidnMinod
o temperature quiet busy 'I
septic tank Copper piping 1 In 1949 at West Point, N. Y.
Is used throughout, 4 electric circuits bo*, includes gluu donri, a bkLenroode\) 1 heater, a dish) of water to _

-three 18-ampere, one 20 maiiitnn proper humidity and a woven |plastic "pnrmK !II........ The
Florid*'* eldest,' Large*) iced +Futeat Track and two 60-tre employed to box b partially smind-prrxifwl and hoi an electric alum j if the
each with circuit' breaker, to temperature.'drops too low. Dr. Topper eitlmatc his tabby box cost 1

hazard eliminate fuse and reduce fire $123. Ocean Frontage

Asphalt shingle roofing with a.
90-per cent slate underrating BUND PEANUT VENDOR .
I Is used with the exteriors painted JOINT GROUP TO AWARE OF COLD WAVE \\.Byy
pastel green trimmed in -
white Langberg ha his own Plant City, Jan. 22 (FN3>-
ii reset 1+$44 ump to furnish the cottage SEEK FUNDS FORWATERCONTROL Charlie Blanton Plant Cltyl A Lot Fy Your Depth Cottage and A Home

with -grain Jensen water which blind peanut vender who ha +
I is rust-free and he I* busy now bad his
stand in the State Farmer
with landscaping the long loop [
5 drtve-ln and the yard around *; Market for 22 year. tan'tgee UYOcean

each cottage, Each house has .but know 'Just how the
Venetian blind and number on strawberry market I II going. rout ge While Prices Are Low t
The Area Water Control Committee -
the porch light.Reservations When things are good he sells a
are being taken composed of county: commissioner .
lot of peanuts) when the market
for next year with at least two of 18 count!**, and $2,000 O. NEW BRIDGE '
already received.SILVERWARE'. the Florida Flood Control Com- is down peanut sale drop off .
Business wa bad for CharUslast
mitte consolidated at Okeechobee week due to a rain 'that it Opens the Ocean B ch To You 'From Location To Fort Pierce i

VICTORADDING W ches0moaton last Wednesday, will seek
Diamonds a
was estimated caused $l O.OOO
State participation In a 13d.000-,
000 control program worth of damage to strawberry BUY NO \ INVEST NOW
MACHINES Orlo Bronson of Klsslmme I La faders followed by a severe cold e .
.l; chairman of the committee with wave At this time it 1s too earlyto
Preston Bird of Miami! acting asvicechairman determine just what damage In Oc n 10ntage on Hutchinson Island !
A special Legls- the. cold has'done
Tae srrnune wW.tc6 lathe cession may: be asked to
ew ponder the problem Bird said ,
Each county will be asked to' '
chip In on preliminary expenses' \ HAVE*ttaee B TODAY -
Martin County board has already -1
approved$500 Rep Marvin otwie ens Cllr..,
ow i.... liGHt McKJU.. wild R g Repairs H. Rowell represented this county sine. ..*.4. 4, 'pWro..yor.d 20 Acres* oft St. "Lucie. Inlet Frontage 4'
107 N. End fort Pierce : at the session ah.. aad bind. ..-
r"F TOM ffr| W.rk( = a.e. ,Iraty r.,v.he.Nso.ea.ra Beautiful Ocean Site '
lIIIletMtlttIbNHIII, Hiiiiuiiiiiitiiniuiitiiuiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii m' Maas. ...a, rose, 4 1..a.awl. ,

ubktoday_Victor Provedby BecJncH : and capacity choice direct of keyboard subtraction*, at a, LL FREE EnE I ii. _......fa a rr.lw I ..r. er.sas.oe.I M ha'sr. For Hotel V>r. Club Development '
bcrane.s g
Ian and snaU its popular prio.Also available'In IBusinel
'iftt far nr, buaincul Ear t hand operated{ rnodtli.'Call* When 'You\Buy Ocean "
10operat bit. accurate de. today for t"Victor 60 Second sag A* ilea Frontage"
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served by the hostess to Mr. Era I Leroy Ooldsworth, coach: '
SALES See Us For Party Reddish. Mrs Ida Rider Mra.Cressle .:the Buffalo Bison of the Amerl
'!'' NEWS of STUART Lihary Baker. Mrs.Selby Glazier,1 can Hockey League IIh.. you
and W. L Carpenter Mrs. Har
: Repairs
at the Jasper Alberta
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g c-- -er I llllinilllllllllllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII MIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII/ / 1 Attended by 68 old K!eter. Mrs. C O. McDanlel resort.Now nmmer
)II SERVICE Parts and Miss Inscoe
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106 Guests Attend Dinner '
+' Nets $77 Profit
I'AT ARNOLD BAUERSt. Under Personal Supervl ion of

r' AhHf Tourist Club Meeting EARL B. DUGAN,

A tspan Lucie Boulevard Phone 142' Mrs Carroll Dunscombe chair Owner
"Ii J nan fit the Martin County Library t vI

pebrWltl' \\10.- .. .. ... ___ Guests registered\ at the Monday -j P.TA COUNTY COUNCIL committee, reported an at ST. LUCIEST. AR
evening Tourist Club" dinner MET AT INDIANTOWN tendance of 68 and $77 profit on I
tactlslbl2 Marvel and meeting at the Civic Center the benefit' games part last' LUCIE RESTAURANT

totaled 106 with New York winning -j Martin County Council of th week at the Woman Club Another v UNDER IJNCHEON SWEKVISION AND OT DINN AN* 7'5IMA2 -
;;. RAISIN BRIUTS the attendance record with Parent-Teachers Association met benefit will bj staged by ; it OPEN SUNDAYS

Mb. Loaf] fl7c 27 and New Jersey repotting 21representatives for the quarterly session Monday the ,commute Feb. 10 with all) Line of Chofce LIQUJBRS, WINESanlCORDMLS

for second place.I afternoon at Indlantown School proceed going to maintenance I
A program of music and drama
with 94 unit representatives attending of the public library
Jan Parker Included a group of IOng,_ y
DON Mrs Herbert A. Sudhof. accompanied ; Salerno answered roll- Varl-colored gladlplt were given| -r-
by Mrs Erwin F John- call with 12"Hobj Sound 6 and by the Hupfel Farms for floral i.
Dozen 19c wick and cello selections by Stuart Indlantown 13. decorations of tile club room and

e. Band Director Wendell Waters Mrs. Mitchell I t I Indlantown Mrs William i i l i Ctikholm and DR. HENRY KRITZLEROr "J 0 E"
with Mrs Arthur Clonts at
Jane Parker school principal, welcomed the daughter, Miss Betty prepared
the piano. Group singing was.! Kril/lcr, Si a native of New
\ Gold Silver cc or led by Mr, E.: B Chapman with 1 visitors..Mrs. Warren Q'Merrltt: refreshments for the social hour. lurk fdrrmrlv( of the Sttipps Inktitiite MOSLEY
..,. '' Mrs Earl Rlcou Mrs R B Mc. | [
M rful P..a.f "' .tA CA Marble Miss Syrena B. Totten at the Salerno. council
piano Pft'alder ,
Pherson and Mrs L. C. Johnson of Otvanogriipliv( b.uf'.
A & P HIvs Unpeeled POUNllAKE( A skit. "Rachael and Her I' over a brief business session assisted the committee in serving joined (the reteunh staff uf the LUMBINGJOBBING

APRICOTSNo. i/ 35c ,' The XUriiia StiiduM in St Augustine
daughters afternoon
15-oz, was present by program Included -
Mn Dunscombi
2>/ can 30c -- .._-- members Including Mrs J. B. a devotional service by Talmadge has reported been thatMrs. to study fu>h physiology. He Is JOBBING I CONTRACTING
% Buckey as the mother; John by the Rev George Stevens; a :! to nil the : appointed on pljiming new exhibits, notably PROM /, E SERVICE
'lon Cut Bryden, station agent Mrs John report on the State conventionby vacancy a micro
NECTAR TEA ; the library committee which Includes -projection unit to give ALL/ OR
GREEN Bryden Mrs George Ward. Mrs. Mrs. Jack Saunders; "Th Mrs. R. A. Tunic, Mrs L. the) public: an opportunity.. to lib. RAINS BLDG/ 1 CUARANTEEDPHO [ 311
t/a.Ib. pkg. 25c sEA George L. DeWitt and Mrs W. H. Meaning of County Council" by E. Ashley Mrs R. W. Hartman. serve minute plants and orgimIMIII ,
No.2 25c Barnett. the Mrs. Osborne
2 -daughters George of Salerno
V2-1b. pkg. 47c i I Senator Evans Crary O.D. Quin- of tin. st'a too small to he1l't'1i
The public is Invited to attend and musical numbers arrangedby .
Ivan and L. C. KIckllter, treas- with the
the next meeting of the club-! Mrs Andrew Lester of Hobe uiuiklet) eye.
ar at 8:30: p.m. casserole dinner Feb. Sound urer. The BEST/CANDY ERViCE la TOWN
CHO01 2 at the Center The next quarterly meeting EDUCATION ANDLEGISLATION

ANN PAGE FO( will be a school of instruction PHYSICflLET TO !
WMSTO' OBSERVE with State workers In charge FIGHT FIRE EVIL
SOLD ONLY AT A P ROTH ANNIVERSARY: April 26 at Stuart. The date was

JUTH SPECIAL SERMCE changed from the regular third WORK The Oovernors fire Control.
Ann Page Ann P/ge Stl.dESSING The Woman Missionary Society ; Monday to the fourth Monday STUDIED meeting at Orlando Monday and ref ee o Ho. .anus.w A
Grape Jam of the Baptist Church Mill j for this quarter only. f fI :Tuesday brought out bans for
I : highlight the seasons' activities I Discussion of !Improvements In legislation' and education tu
Mb. jar 21c with a special observance of the I w. J. Garner and daughter I the countywide physical educa- I combat: the fire evil In Florida
I II 2-lb. jar 29c Pt,/jar I 10th anniversary of the organ- Miss Sully of South Bend, Ind, tion program headed th business -J according to Rep Marvin H
.35c"i i zation at 7 30 p.m. Tuesday. Beginning Mrs. Dan Shaw of Hobe Sound session of the Martin Coun- Rowell and Fire Chief John N: tA'M
[ with a candlelight servIce -| Mrs Michael Pesln and children: ,ty Classroom Teachers Association Mann who attended from this

I Ann Pa;c Salad Style AI/I Page i In the church: auditorium a I were dinner guests Tuesday of at Its supper meeting at the city. I'lIB,1 I 1 12
MUSTARD9oz. arden Relish program will be presented by I Mr. and Mrs O. D. Quigley of home economics building; at the Rowell was a member of the
Mrs A O Plttman with special ,I Salerno. Mr Garner owns a high school Jan. 12 Additional farm fire prevention committee
[ jar lOc -oz. jarf .1j music by Emily Morrison saxo printing business In South Bend. study of this phase'of schoolingwill while Mann was on the building
phonlat, and Miss June Matou- I -e- take plac during the post- construction and p r o ilftj 11 l o
ek. pianist A founders day Mr. and Mrs H M :Krlo-r of school sessions In June, committee n :
\ t Ann Pare nn Page social hour will follow In the an- I West Palm Beach were week-end Although the group decided to
'. ': MACARONI / Peanuf Butter nex where. large birthday cake guests of Mrs. Krlsers parents, drop as a whole Its NEA membership of The State Fire' Marshal, boards,
with 60 candles will carry out I Mr. ,nd Mrs. Conrad Johnson President Don J. Rom-, public Instruction, Agricultural f
( 3 8-oz. pkg 25c / Mb. jar! 35c the anniversary theme I Miss Myrtice Anthony of Val- anello urged. many individuals Extension service. Forest Seep
'J \ dosU Ga., Is spending a week ai possible to join. Reading and vice. Insurance\ agenct-s. farm I'
bureaus, '
Mrs. H B.Kraft returned Monday with her cousin Mrs W. O. Penney continuity of studies committeeswere Four H clubs Future !
from three-week visit in I and Mr. Penny! at their formed and tt was voted to I Farmers, Future home-Makers o ;
CHOO/E A & P Savannah there she was the I I California Ave home Invite the school trustees the, Boy Scouts Chambers of Cones
CUT-RIGHT / TRIM ED RIGHT guest of her brother-in-law and -e- members of the School Board coerce and otters will be asked
k j ; .1 :; liter, Mr and Mrs. Claude A. Clarence Black, Tyrone Pa. Superintendent R. H. Rollins and I to cooperat-: in a voluntary tlre-

; ,,;t.) SUPER RGHT MEATS Lyonl auto dealer, arrived Tuesday by Principal Erwin F. Johnwick to .hazard inspection\ plan
(: /,, -e- I plane with his pilot, Fred Lewis, the associations February FISHING
'tW Mrs Jeanne Mararo, director i :to spend a month here as the Ing. meet-I GUESTSNelson
''.' r Chuck Beef ShortlcRIBSb of the Fort Pierce recreation I i I guest of Ted Miller aboard his Supper was served by ; benedict, fishing writer ,

., ,f:, enter: spent Tuesday In Stuart boat at the Stuart Marine docks., cial: committee Attending were for the Newark Star-leader, and r
f l.t' ROAST I | .41':' contacting civic leaders who are I I Black was a classmate !in the Romanello. Mrs Louise Harrell Fred Craig chief game warden!I
{;/ ,:..ji1" I. ___. i ir nvifd to participate In the receatlon -, Tyrone grade schools of Bill, Jack Smouse,Mrs.Harris Lowery, for New. Jersey have spent the!
\ -. leadership training! i Mitchell of The Stuart News Mrs Eddie Le> Smith Jr. Mrs.: week her fishing.TROPICAL .
Breast of
( ourse In Fort! Pierce Feb 2-0 staffVtS Curt Schroeder, Mr and Mrs
:::I Whole Lamb :SHOULDER; [ ; Charles Kindred Mrs. Billie FARMS !I
i LAMB.,29C MEET ,
I I Huddell.! Miss Marcia Morse,
ROAST John Martin, Mrs Agnes Mul- The tropical JF.rmlt
Y Home
: : !4 lb. for. .towing- A ...COIIOLISl1SlIcelu haupt. Mrs. Virginia Brock: Mrs Demonstration: Club met Jan 8 OUR, NE

D & D Qiik Frozen T.t.4 With 0... W55k Of H..ellaetjM. Mildred Oumlch Mls Olney at 2 PJH; at the home of Mrs.
,tI Sunnyfield Slicetf I WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL Eurlt. Miss Mary Ellen Manlon L. Sheridan. After *a short busi'
55C Writs f.. liilwiMtwii2IO Harry C. Webb and William Sullivan. ness session Miss Lucille Inscoe.I
BACON / 8JFOWL> lb. Cwrtral AA ,lb. Shipped .. Martin County, gave.::1I'k on I u
gardening: and canning equip- i
: DRIVE REACHES ment She stressed productionof
I food and distributed REFRIGERATED
I ; '. with pertinent information for
!I' FRU Sand VEGETABLES $7,841 MARK January planting This bulletin CANDY CABINET
was welcomed by the whole
1 1M Birdteye Frofen Mixed Frfzen COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY group, many of whom have gardens HAS ARRIVED!

Cut Corn27c Veget4>lea 19c Real Estate Photogr/phy With a few scattered reports Plum pudding and coffee

Birdseye CA-en Frozen still du! Campaign Chairman L wens Ys se had 10_ .Is s.4. 1.peal d.1t seers seed.on .
Attractive Photos df Your Fishing Party and Catch. C. Kyicllter! yesterday reported .
B.rdseyefrrozen. 5.
Peas / 32c $7,141$5( has been subscribed to k**. *"* I ll"ulw *. g.arsesee .*....*

Green Tofcrd I Apple mi auce 25c PORTRAITS M I AERIAL PI, JTOCRAPHY drive the Chamber for operation of Commerce funds 1948. w/m ready I. II PN .5e.Ile ..... easel, ,.. Loyle

Carrot 2 bu. .25c D'Anjo A Krueger Bldg. Box 263 Phone 324 Memberships reported byworkerd u.. peefeel _......_ wad lo..il' _
during the week ending
1 Red Del tour --- 'Pears|2 Ibs .27 e :'. yesterday noon Include: THE MOST} APLETE dill fit fInrJ'.,. ThIo--r _u.

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Apple/ 3 Ibs. 38c --- P.bnt 5..5.0.1 .. ,I5IKItt. ... RETAIL AND] WHOLESALE pelt' Sisal a Isea !"f.C.Lerie u-.Lot.e Lsy

-I u. S. r*. l White FLOWL. S .iii'...,..ed.... an.....*..I.....A. liI.tII....".. ., 55..5wo.sa 55.55 1? frog 1& a '. yw
Green .. ... 44% y w 1c rna fff
fI f- Cut Flowers I / Dish Gardens 1iI..I. C fku<...lrkarlM 55.0. ..."..... .....5.55 e5 .
BBAGE POTATOES .. .4L. ..... .....
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Cottages PotteryPotted CIoe.1oa r. 1iI_., ... I.... Jfvta BEACHES
Lb. I 6c 10 J Ifs. .,47c Plants H / Crystal Bowls a..d ,. 5.5.L.PMnt. 417 OtfECHOVE CR
.'. : :.:.. _. ... 15.55IN. ROAD
r Wedding Bouquets /Funeral DesignsWe .,, Lead, ... 15.55 PINE J\651

1. Tel &a / Flowers A 0.5a4e'a P .Tr 51.5 C.: I." .....,., ..... .I........ L PHQNE or 275Anthony's
Uncle Ben'sRice Lux Joilet 81.... D..s ._ 55.55J.Sv ,
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Mb. pkg. 23c Soato, bath bar 15c WILSON P GARDENS. K. M. Gees M.a... ...__.-. ... .5....
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FloJf Shop urn:.,. C'l.: := u'"i;; ; ..::.55F
Florists Mr Mrs. A. A.
.' Morton's Plain or Iodized Sw an Gregg Mra, A, [. S''sM ____...." 5 55TI.
.:'', Phone 2021 A Hobe Sound, Honda Bel,'. a.ld.ie Ar.d.5; c-re., ...::.. ':':" :' 55.55 Sp Specials for
Sal pkg. 9c SoIp 2 bn 23c .. ... 5.eNtwwi. .. 'Udlb .
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I The Stfan 3 Miles Nof h of Sjlaurt on U. S. 1EUCi P.It. Arraito W, A.STIMMELt ." ........ JN.N 55e51'x All Brands Canned
Perfect Starch a. . ... Tenderized
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Linjt i pkg. 16c Soap, large bar 19c -- MILK 2 2
.: FRO1EN CtSTARDSALsf M W....... sow .et..51.5a c.. c PICNIC HAMS 59c,

Uftbouy Toilet Rinse 'em White U TO SPEAK Fetleys Bo o F iion."d-iio --n ---
Soap, bar lOc l Rinso, Irg. pkg..38c Hot Doft Hamblrgers, Coffee TEA 1 RIB
The Martin County Red Cross BALIS ROAST 69cP
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1I I 3 Watch For Our and Just So h Jensen Cut-Off Road | Chapter will present a "first- ,
Bright Sail Bright Sail Aid. Water Safety and Accident Libby's Cut ------ *
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Prevention "program over WIRAat
SOAP BLEACH 13:15 P.m.Sunday. Flrst-Ald BEETS 2"
: FLAKES I qt. lie Chairman Kenneth StlmmeU. 5 MEAT 57c
.) will speak.". Script for __ ,,.
'., Large pkg. 29c 1/2 gal. ....2Ocy CENTRAL MARKET teen ,written by'Miss Beverly Marvelous For I Di s Rib or Brisket] -
Smith). [

'MEA LIVESTOCK BALESJacksonville VEL Box _. ___ _37c JEW BEEF lb. ..37

Jan 22. Producers +
PRODUCE and IOCERIES received a cash: total, of ANTH Y'S ECO MY
152448358 for 4451 cattle and MARKET I
I I 300'50. AKR N
} COURTEOUS SERVICE 7483 hogs offered on five State-

markets In the latest weekly PHONE 143 FOR FREE ,
i 2nd and Akron Joe Brooks sales for which figures were LIVERY
available today fn Jacksonville
Offices of Florida State Markets ."

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News Itcmi for this paper mast reach the newipapeiffje ;

3CIAL NEWS Happenings/ of the WEEK IN STUART Dome MRS.Telephone MARY* before JS-W HARTMAN. noon on ,Wednesday Society Office Editor Phone }o( J y yWOULDN'T ..11;

MRS R. B. McPIIERSON I .. Mrs. David A. Schaefer and Mr. and Mrs. O A. Markui: arrived Andrew o. Plttman, Jr.. of the Ohl

AU ENTERTAINS ACE HIGH r Home Gilson-Cameron Nuptials Mrs L. L. Halbach ot Vero\ Beach last week from Michiganand I University of horlda visited hU '' !

Mrs R. B. McPhenon washostess J were Sunday guests ot Mr. and have rented the penry: i parents' here last wok while en 4..
to the Act High Club ,
Saturday at a covered dish DemonstrationNotet Solemnized Here Friday Mrs T. R Chambers, having Schwab apartment 780 St>p. route to Miami on a business I t ,
Blvd. ( the next two
I luncheon and afternoon of come down to attend the christening mann; or trip '

i bridge High of David Hill Chambersat months ,
score prlae was I
won I =I -- -- -- --- ---- -
by Mri B. A. Mermlnger and sec in ---I Christ Island for a
Chapel Jupiter RELIEF
last FAST
an afternoon ceremony DUTCH TREAT Proves
CLUB Dr and Mrs W. 8, Wingerd of !
ond prize by Mrs Evaru Crary.Others By MISS LV ILl INSCOE Mrs Schaefer and Oen. James' ,
Friday Mrs Denise Cameron, DINES AT HOTEL I Lake Worth were dinner' guests'
WEAR'AWHOt' present were Mrs. E. J. Mitchell MISERIES
Brady are Godparents
Smith and her mother, Mrs Lee Too close a trim of head vege- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice The Stuart Hotel was the: of the baby. last Thursday of Miss Cornelia!

Terrell of Atlanta. Mrs Webster tablts-.such as cabbage, lettuce Meyer ot London, became scene Of the weekly meeting of : -I- B. Adams and Mrs Mary Porter II I .IbfimiliM", Rturilfii, Lmii, ,, : ;, r
Ordw y. Mrs. L ft. Ashley and. broccoli, cauliflower and celery the bride of Richard A. Ollaori ttvj Dutch Treat Club last Thursday Mrs Harry C, Hoover arrived Dr. Wing.!rd was pastor of the tort, Silts'" M Mln! I : ",11 r
Mrs L, A. Arbogast means a loss of the part that son of Mr and Mrs. Clair A. Oil? after which 16 guests playedbridge Saturday from."-Dallas 'to spend Stuart Presbyterian Church here JUST...b rkr.in.' (..,10 NMtt-M'*M> .
Is generally richest in vitamins son of Stuart. The parents of at the Civic Center Winners -: trie winter with her sister, Mrs for several year and they spent !nVb.<\TRHMMlr Ih. MM 1 ..dlWH t MUttlM- NIURA Man '
OLGIITLRSON TO SEEK and minerals The greener 'outside the of high score were Mrs. R.' Homer Vivian and niece Mrs the day calling; on farmer\ parishioners PRIM.: M j,.,% w,| l f. i-li: i.li- MM InmDM j' 1- {,
DEGREE AT FLORIDA leaves of cabbag: and let bridegroom attended the O. Judson, Mrs E. K. Mason Mrs: ErwIn Johnwlck:, and Mr. John- mUtiin. _. "....11"_ m4_p- '. : Ill''" ,rIll' J
William Oughtenon, son ofT tuce, and the green outside stalksof couple I : Earl J Ricou and Mrs. Ted Brl* wick: at thrlr home, 724 OsceolaAve 1 ------- -- ... .-- ? ,
T. Oughterson U of S09 The marriage solemnized t -- '
W one was
celery long have been known lhaupt, r.; f
A1N10A, University cf Florida students to contain more minerals, and I by, the Rev. Charles A. Carrlel -------.......-- e";;' ,I D A N C J N C 1 1.1 I
who have been listed as candidates caratenj (source of vitamin Athan at his St Lucle Estates home I Bridge guests' of Mr....and Mrs. ,' .J' 1.. '
fur 308 degrees at the mid the pals center, Recently which was decorated with asters Mrs. R"burn Gray of New Orleans Joseph; a Oreenlees. at their I AI ; I l t'' :
year graduation Feb 1, unlversIty / U 8 Department of Agriculture 1 and gladioli The bride wore a I and Mrs Louise Bowles of; Tropical Farms home Saturday I
suroM otnrtals announced Tuesday. studies I have shown that, the outside two-piece. frock of yellow wool Atlanta arrived Saturday to visit! night wrre Mri and Mrs EdwinA. DIXIE JAV: 'RN 1 'k'r' : ;
1 sister
The candidates. comprising the leaves of cabbag" are richer a lh( brown accessories The their Mrs E.: J. Smith Jr, Menninger. Jr Mr. and Mr*. ,
largest February class In, the also in vitamins B and COn bridegrooms mother was attired I Bt Lucie Estates. Their mother John U Wenninger\ and Mr. and Every Thursday N.At. )JO P. M. Tilj A. M. J l.' ii'r .
school history, Includj 214 seekIng :-, retail maikets today most 1 In a beige suit with gold and Mrs Lee Terrell, of Atlanta. had Mrs Erwin Johnwlck Mrs. John-, F/N FOR ALL 1" i '
Bachelors degree M LLB of these vegetables sell by the I black accessories I arrived earlier Mrs Bowie* will wick won thi prize for high lIt'flreDr / ," : '
leave Will Be Clad I See Friendsromu I ,
Sunday The My rt
The new Mrs Ollson attendedthe others will
>> and
degrees 39 Masters one professional pound. Often as much as bait! I ( women and Edwin Mcnnlngcr '
(electrical engineer) the w'lghtsin\ the outslda: parts: (: Miss Ellis private school and remain for several. weeks, ,for the men. BILL COLSOr ''i I .1' :
degree Three students are each! too often discarded by the home 1 later was graduated from Bt 1 e t
; candidate for two deg ret I.Oughterson cook. So a J. Ound head of Vincent College In London. Ehe! Mrs H. P. Kinsolvlng Maiden Mrs. \E! .... Menninger. went to 2 Miles North White City Ration U. S. I .1 t
is seeking a BA degree cauliflower, selling at 17 cents a'' was formerly employed by the! Ohio arrived Saturday to St. Petersburg! Monday to visit : I

} MJYSTEI r pound for example actually British branch of the .Sperry spend several weks: in /Btuart: her son-in-law an4 daughter.Mr. _'h" ,_ __ : r ,
MATE ;! costs 34 cents a pound when half! Gyroscope Company. She 1s a relative of Mrs E. H. and Mrs. J. C. McCrockllnJr '- --_.-- '
HOSPITAL AUXILIARYTO the alight 1s trimmed off and 1 Her husband was graduatedfrom Bess and her daughter, M-s 'f'i
ELECT OFFICERS only the white flowerets are Martin County High School George Conrad. 14 Mp Attorermax
Annual election of officers of cooked Though some trimming 11 and In 1940>> received an electrical, -1- Carol Ann and Pstrlcla SwarU ?' Thurs.n" AA5aca Me yuAi J I I

the Hospital Auxiliary will mark Is always) necessary to remove engineering degree from the Mrs. Charles Class observed of Miami are spending two week; i 1 'O7 !
'Lbe I University of Florida. As a U S: Mr and and yf }
January meeting at 1:30: p.m. leaves or italics that are damaged her 71st birthday yesterday at withth'lr grandparents.
Ot OIIP1 Monday tt the Nurses' Home. bitter or very tough the rest, Civil Service employe he was stationed Martin County Hospital where Mrs. A. O. I'lttmgn. 811 South Fri. I'lf I'lfs
In the Canal Zone until
Final reports of the membership \ Ave
01 of the greener outside part deserves she has been a patient since she California. .
he ..
entered the
Army as a lieutenant
drive and the activitieswill -I- :
year's to be served with the cen- days
HALIOVTwttis broke
leg Dec. 24. A pioneer '
\ be given ter part of the vegetableTo In the Signal corps in Carol Ann and Patricia Swarti ,: r n) )
I resident of Stuart and slstr of
January 1942>> H, served 10 .
it make these outside parts I Commodore of Miami are spending two week so r I;l f
ciitiiiins| Stanley Hatching '
Dr and Mrs H .M. Voris of appetizing calls for a little extra I months In England and 2 Vs years she was the recipient of numerous with their grandparents Mr and : "
ss Hard* re' Co. East 81.! Louts, Ill.. are expected care washIng -1 In. the Pacific area. greetings and gifts from old Mrs A. O. Pittman, S12 South
J.Ybcec: The
:: : are at home
young couple
, M 216 Stuart to arrive this week to spend the they are less to their friends the North friends here California Aver .!i
e on
reason at their new home at tender than the Inside they may, iiMiimiitimiiiimimiiMHiiiiHiiiiiitiiCARD i l II '
Fork until their new home Is -e-
Jensen Beach. be cut In small pieces and put'[ 1 t1
f.row. completed _
;-- .. In the kettle a little ahead of the i Mr. and Mrs Neal Bishop OF TIIANKS \
ea rst of the vegetables. Many : drove to Miami Monday to meet We take this method of thankIng ,
JOINT INSTALLATION her brother-tn"law and one for the ::;; ,.
restaurants are now using this niece 'each and every ter k w : II
Q ALITYDWAHE' method of preparation for cauliflower 'I SERVICE IS HELD Howard C. Blackwood and Miss beautiful floral off rings word, Crl I.MI M.a awwo.e... !
and broccoli and' report I Pepper Blackwood who arrived of sympathy and for every kindness
that patrons find cauliflower Mrs Jennie Wllbar was installed from Chicago by the Delta Un shown In' the loss of our
HA o olESS. even more appetizing with bits 1 as noble grand of the Stuart plant Mr. Blackwood is an installation beloved Son, Brother and Nephew SATURDAY -f 1 Day Only if
of green mixed with the white. Rcbekah: Lodge and Vernon Cha- and sound engineer for Lloyd: We also thank those The Jive Kings Who Badefjasz Great' Together 1li
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Cabbage Is especially plentifulon son as noble grand of Lodge 84. RCA. pefsona f In the boating fraternitywho In A Swmir ZAgy Joyful lilt I .11.. .
the markets: this month The International Order of Odd Feb worked so dlllg-ntly after i t tti
outside leaves may be chopped lows, at a joint installation service I Senator Evans Crary spoke the tragedy
and cooked and the more tender of the two orders at Woodman yesterday afternoon over WIRA Mr. and Mrs J, L Campbelland II II.1':
HARDWARE O served raw In salad Outside Hall Monday night: in Fort Pierce In behalf of the Mary Mr. and Mr- :' Lf>\N C Ql41y !
"Wh Begin o haves may also be used In mall: Mrs. Edna SUmnT-ll was Installed Martin County March of Dimes. H. O. Clark and Kathrynand ,
ing cabbage rollall .
economIcal Paul Ho"nshel has been asked
'onei 38 216 1 f Stuart, Florida 0 I U and Mr. J. M. Clark
meat dish To make cabbage : May Douglas past noble grandof to speak for the campaign on Clark, ; Ii'
0=0= 00 =ak=ocae the Rebekahs
roils wash the leaves and and Harris 1
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wilt them In hot. lightly salted Lowery, Jr? as vice-grand and _. .
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.to roll Mix chopped cooked the IOOF Officiating were %
Get Mbur Tux Set m'at withe chopped onion, Mrs. O. A Charles Reb'kah: district x
crumbs, or boiled rice, a- little deputy president and Raymond

For Aa ala Occasion melted moisten fat with, pepper gravy and milk salt,chill and I grand Poppell.master deputy both of district Fort I i To The Voters of Martin- oooty | pus

Pierce Refreshments were sere' a
sauce or catsup Put some or
ttJm with complete this mixture on each leaf and ,:id i i J
Step confidencsYin roll It upPlace __ I hereby announce my ndidacy ..4Wffomesteaders

a Martin County rolls' In baking dish add :MRS. MEC.GETT. HOSTESSTO :: r ::
cleaned for hot gravy or a little hot water. -- J
Cleanjls tux cover and bake In .a moderate Mrs Jerry Meggett entertained --- ---
spec JV occasions certain oven ((3&0 FI about three-quar Jan. 13 at her home SOU South --- --- ADDED "Wilbur"Who's nd the Lion" Cartoon
ter hour until cabbage Is tender. California Ave. at the monthly Guilt No. II SerialMONDAY
of t best "valet service" --.. covered dish supper of the Las c a
MEETS Amlgas of the Baptist Church. of Re tration in the
pea le. You'll find your JENSEN; PTA The ,program theme was "60 I or f

rd/obe retains its yftithhen sent regularly to A lengthy business session Years 4n Royal Service." | SUNDAY d
marked the January meeting of Attending were Mrs Arnold M, Democr is Prim of May 4, 1948 i
; the Jensen Beach P-TA this weak: Bauer Mrs Cordon Parks: Mrs. IT'S BIG? TREME | ous As It's Earthquakel!
for which a talk by Principal E. :: ::
Charles Jackson: Mrs J P. Your Vo Appreciated SPECTACULA s It's Tidal Wave!
f. Johnwlck/: postponed until andport | -

Martin 'Coty' Cleaners next served month.la the Refreshments cafettruv: by were 2nd Blakeslee. Miss Mrs.Ruth James Ham.HerbertBrunr. Miss I I II' MAGNIFICENTj 4 It's Love Affair! 4 4X11

Luclle Inscoe, Miss Olney Such

Expert Dyeing Upou Moth Proofing.. grade mothers.WINTER and Mrrllyn Meggett P. BLAKESLEE | : II I IS Is

GEOR KEITH Edwin;; Everett Sheridan of 8
South Michigan Ave.. Chicago
one 190 SluW, Fla. Box 906 guests: arriving at the I I has written that he expects to .3 s:
Atlantic Court Apt, this week Included =
(raid Political Advertisement) :
arrive at,Jupiter I bland early in
Mr and Mrs : =
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Louis Verb6ll:,. oeorg.aell.j? I-
and Mrs. F J. : 4 4'sr
City, and Mr. and
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and Mrs George Lang of, Chicago


Mr, and Mrs Gerald taPoInU
I have as their guests for the wIn. f> l

r ter her parents, Mr and Mrs loUNTYARREN
!Joseph Boucher?who arrived last MARTI l

PHONE: 302 I week from Putnam Cnnn. They ,..o.
by Mr. and
were accompanied is ;
Mrs James Provemcheo who are / ,
RADIO REPAIRED INtTOUR HOME friends of the family: Also visitIng 1 )

.1.o the **.pa... ... ..d ,...a... ,w/a/ a.... ee the LaPolntes are Mr and
Asir e wr MI rl iknn, w dM tmtto' U ..t1.w Mrs Edward LaPolnte and thUr FULLE/
.rL wa .1, .a asks friends Mrs and Mrs Edmond /

Dulas. from WUder.yt.:... i 1

If It's Eltrical WeW.ve U.H1JTT Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Young e 1 1

and daughter.Miss Betty Jo. and

Mrs.George Youngs N. Oreen mother, of Oreeley Mrs. has annoi ced his| candidacy forGOVERNOR. ,,, t : :. !

visitors In Palm .
ColO., were q{ :
Beach last week: While' there
ADIO ani APPLIANCE Co. they guests of Robert L. I
Rlpley were of ", It Or Not"fame ADDEDI cDonald'e at Farm" Cartoon 1,

' Osceola Ave. Phone 302 aboard his' Chinese Junk:. j test Fox ws, rtTues.

Mon Leh I

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GENE AL ELECTRIC gljlu to announce their support, ''fWdlrY aNtw.. 'laitrns

a citizen your *pte is invited ReR M I IM

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(ARTIM] couNTY'. ELECTRIC CO. (Paid Political Advertisement) ..: """rl I Y Motion Pictures Are I IAI.

.on'Bldg.l Phone 7$ Your Beat Entertainment

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PAGE:_ SIX THI Stt1uT NEws, S1TAET I JUSTIN' COCNTT rio tmA, tHmSDAT, UNtAKT 12,1948' J .

., DARLENE McCOY WINS $5f prlxe in" a recent photc! *
norm and insure the Independence CONTRIPl'TIONS Dt'E; STUDENTS MOURN DEATH OF $350,000,000SEEN PRIZE IN CONTEST contest of beautiful the

t t"AC" Florida : of Western Europ thereby i Tallahassee. Jan 21--Chairman LLOYD CAMPBELL little Darlene McCoy J-year- The contest was staged by'
I making a definite contribution( Carl B. Smith of the Florida (Reprinted from The Sonlhwlixt Stuart High School publication) old daughter of Mr. and Mr*. ey-Vyron Studios of West :
to the stability and of the
Ferris WheelS peace AS 1947 Beach for this
Industrial Commission today re- district
.' world W. would do well to 11-I' The entire high shoo) attended the/ double"luneral service for Joseph McCoy, and granddaughter lel'l"', prute-wlnnlng photo
< ten to the advice and counsel minded Florida employer subject Lined' Clark Campbell and James Nipper at the Baptist Church 011 of Mr. and Mr*. Boscoe Salts -' been entered In the
,.HOKTENSE: K, ELLS of such rather than the" | to the tax nattonjj!
a. man unemployment i
\\Vdnrjday, January 14 at 2;00 F, M. FARM INCOMECash na ,a winner of a $50 test.
,- W" don'i know whether or not oppoaJuol1- t-any-price of the that any contribution due the
i Lo>d Campbell was the ton of Mr. and Mi% J.J Lloyd Campbellof
""AC" Willing: la Included< among the Taft school of thought. $taW unemployment I r .
compensation III
Them Is general agreement this hobbles if of Secretary fund for must be I II '
'.I. any, that World War n might have 1947 paid Palm, City Income to Florida farmers DANIEL'SpRUG
:) Marshall but/ his recommenda' been averted If the Invasion of I by Jan. 81, 1948, in, order to be i 'UK, two boys lout their lives In an automobile accident new. Stuart in 1947 will exceed *350.000.-

,<: Irons to the Senate Foreign Re- Manchuria by Japan and EtblorPU I i eligible for fuU credit against on Sunday )January 10. Lloyd Campbell It survived by lib paren I 000 when final tallies are all In, SUNDRIES s ETIC

'I"i In n<)in* Commute bore the earmarks -, by Mussolini had been re- I lice 1 P-T cent Fedora' unemployment aunt!Iris sister, Milt)' M Campbell, who is in the fifth grade in grammar the research and Industrial division FOUNTAHWe
,,, A I'i ; of a seasoned fisherman' No such action was taken.theTatters i tax tot 1941"I sited lien. Born In Jackson: bliaai.silpi\ i, Hindi! County, on October I of the Florid State ,MODERN SODA ,
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l' The' Iran who undoubtedly\ and If It had been attempted
---- Commerce stated
Chamber of
,(I span,,: know more about the prospects would have hollered I) HI, 192, he mince to Start at ait Burly. age and! 4.'fI1t'red'ICIKKd! .hi the I 1U weekly business Handle Swift's lee C.... .

Palrrr'witY a onj!) possibilities of peace than their heads off that America was I j air In opposition on the grounds: J first grade yesterday review

: :; any ollifr Allertl'alwarntd pursuing a warlike policy and II f that It would ruin the econoiny, Palllwarert were- Bill Peterson of West Palm Beach Ford Carter, "This 11)47) farm Income total
fact) ofolnsa: half-hearted aid to, that it would coat too much.The':, of the, country because of the :tluilri JJoggrm.) J\onat.l1cJma, Nick heady, And Bill Sulton from Stait will approximately parallel the DANIEL
aiblfi l fmxipe; either do the job or let:I pattern of Oel'm behavior la I custom of passing the collection I Uiier! were joe Bowie and liea ch BrixAl. IKniurury pulllx-urer s totals for 1944 and for 1945 but
I>it< alone In other words fish now being followed by Russia\ plate" ; Wallace would' denounceIt were llie) .dire Key Club of the high sclioul, will be some 1$ per cent under
"' :, IT cut bait !I und if the Isolationist let them\ I The death of Lloyd Campbell, popular member! of the Senior the 1946 peak when receipts I '''Th, Friendly Spot in the Post Of gee Arcade"
as a move to dictate to others
I, II one may judge by sensational stew In their own juice. group, / reached ,
.f, (ummrnt the committee. BMus- takes (over the direction the and besides, It would be in op !1 Claw> van deeply felt by the mullitu"
; tomed to the roundabout where-I I foreign policy of the ballon the 'position to the policies of the I elsewhere In the liMe. Ifs generous spirit and cheerful nature made that "the cash receipt Include -
t d nc'* and whyumsoevers of Senif pattern bids fair {p again. run : Soviet. I I him tile "kid' of !boy that everybody liked. Lloyd had the \knack.. for amounts received from

)'1 a discussion! found the direct I! Its, full course. I When the Marshall plan and .,''guing the. other fellow i helping! hand alwnyi, and 1 Ire never turned sale of all crops and from livestock -
I ;and) to the point I statements of 'I! Opposition: (to the universal: the bill providing for universal away a frinxl 1 in need. and'all type of livestock HI NEIGHBORS
"I ihi Secretary a bit disconcerting military training program I Is military training come up for | lie proved his energy and 'capability on the Business Staff ot the! product (The value of products
Si auir George of Georgia lertni high on the afeenda of both Sen- consideration
i practically every I 'Hie Siiiilisli 11 and lie liar leader in the sale consumed\ by persona and
its i ator and $ S. yearbook was ( I'f
'IIg i testimony as. "propai Taft Henry Wallace member of both House and Senate -
'! Amiiiult having mid 67. lie also mid! advertisements for Ihe Annual l, on farm Is omitted from clock I
I'uuda: f this being one of at least two will feel called upon to (orate it JOSEP
.r' Swcr' enuttt'ries i of the world as well, other being an aversion to President 1 I R'cord. Then will : llis kadership wai shown I in hu capacity HI Treasurer of the key,: Chi.
I if not better. than moat ot us'' Truman and any or everything come the vote on whether we ''llf u lik, 'h lui. was a charter. member. lid/ was chosen by this group in his ceipts was\ the from result of a drop Incom'l C. Y. '
) 'now i> \our hometown: he knows he: may advocate. If the/ are going to assume, the responsibilities i billion year to lie'a delegate the International Key Club Convention livestock and crops.livestock product
UK need. and the reactions of President should suggest(; that of world leadership or ,'
1r! peoples 0(' thos" countries Americans !HO to church on Sunday keep on playing our national in damask GeorgiaLloyd last year were approximately 21I J I''
:and| what If anything may be Taft. a he runs true to form game of ostrlch-ln-the-sand belonged to the Future Farmer

united upon to restore (the, ero- would immediately take to the In other words fish or cut bait :, lib, wit enlivened many meeting of the "Lot ficaroc Spanishdub g7. per cent above 1944. |I '
of Stuart Hieh, : His love for i good: i jute was shown by the fact la addition to cash receipt A
that he, wan a member of the "Palm City Dew Drops, a U-gondary\ rKanlatHin from sale Florida farmer receive -{
from $4,000,000 to $ ,000,000
PORTABLE In which lie presided Ii one of the Head Dew Uropl annually In Government payment ,| 5i *

TYPEWRITERS An oiiWuiiding fixKboll player for the, last four yean, he demon of various type, "' -I ilevue
Orated hu peiidalnlity by attending the practices regularly, and by The State Chamber': estimate,
showing good iportsmuiulnp iiid! consuleralicm oilmen during the of the 1947 fllanft.I: I Isbased ;

/(sere a< well as at (practkfe His athletic, ability earned for hint thtee on of the .
Back Again! Remington Rand k,Item in football and membership lit the clK'tiohedS* Club. lie was Bureau of Agricultural! Econom-: :

I: on the track team in 1937I I He was Master' of Cfivmonie of the Stuart cl through October. Total for i 7onif! / atm ; '
the wUl be available within
i Do Luxe Model 5 PortableO II High( Salute to Ym;uth" program which was broadcast over \\'1OU.Memliers ) two year month" i
of tine! Baptist Cliurch recogliinxl III Lloyd a faithful
I ilinrih-wiirker.: and a regular attendant at the Itaptiit; Training Union, TAXES 78 PER CENT PAID I High choot'4rd t ri m

ref( which he was Secretary.Lloyd's The Office of Tax Collector L. January 29t) 'and'30thTicketsAdults'e
ability to "take everything on the dlinWOll for him the
C Klckllter reported Jan.
admiration of his teachers} and f"now.stmll'/lt. His many friends will that J17.J041T In 1948 13//

r 9.o'i\ "" I mver forget the unst.Ifisluiesii, gratitude, honesty. and fru'ndlu*>ss thai taxes was collected during Students SOc

S 4 gate( him such: a wonderful .personality. character. and reputation ember ,bringing to $268.6569 ,
"As a man believeth In his heart, so is he," was the pattern! off the amount collected to far on

I f L1ovd hfeJ the roll*. This total represent I Curtain cis p. m.
: 70.2 per cent collection on thecomplete
J.lines Nipper, who was rightoeq years old lint came lo ShIm I
total of $350,019 97. Col-
; 1 from Tennessee two and! a hulf years ago and worked fur Mr. Fret ,I
ectlons made In December were .
"I''}, 1t !Joss at the Dairy in Palm,City for over a year' For the past your and given a 3 per cent discount\ those
\ u half James was the Manager 'if (lie Produce Department in the this month will get 1 per cent

,1,1 1'llIgly.'Iggly Market. in Stuart off those |In February 1 and none ruyficit:1'p

i ., Sincere and cnnscicntioiis in his work, and a faithful employee, In. March. I !
; r- ilK' was af fee.(innately known to his. friends and co-workers as ""Dude." Intangible personal property ,

I The gnod.nutured friendliiiess end courtesy that endeared him to lire tax collections In December j
mounted to only $23607 bringIng '
i hearts of young and Ilk!. both here MM] in Pulm City will be missed. In
the total
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\ I------- ; to $ 88 percent :1 \
1 .1I Commodore Stanley Hitching' of the assessed total of $9- if

(I; fi I See Where. I' building occupied\ by the Long lac.e0! Notice is hereby kiven that A* C. Coarsens Ta
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bottom barber shop has been Assessor of Martin Ukunty, will be at the followia
I( by W. )I. Bill) Mitchell treated to a new coat of paint.
Another: noted Improvement to places on the date Specified for the purpose of receiving

,. The 'Chamber of Commerce Is I the business section/ of Stuart. tax returns, fir year 1948|

I having a hard time these days I --ff

.C K explaining our Florida weatherto The Stuart Sallflshers ball JENSEN, Precinct 1. Feb. 2, _...._ .._Quinn''Sion
s fIr
i visiting California: team held the championship ot
,1: 0-0A the lower east coast of Florida SALERNO, 4, Feb. -Smith's: Ston
) i for the past two seasons and the MDJodi
Shrlgley sporting a new precinifo
: car Vet football \tam for the past* HOBE :: No 5, Feb. 4_..Post Office
two season hoe lost but Avery
J .fl' O-0 few games. The Stuart' tennis PALM CITY : 'lo,6, Fb.I... fr.d Joss, Store
The of the
meeting city commission -
Standard 4- / on Wdne.dayl4th, wasvery team Is carrying on the traditionby I PORT MAYACA, te1nct No. 7, Feb. 9.._,Post Office
winning all Its matches to
significant.. It was not that
r row keyboard $8427 :I any one Issue\ 'brought before the date. So let's get those new tennis INDI NTOWN, P4ci.*! No. 8, Feb. 10._Hathaway'i
i commtasion was of any more Importance court and stag* 110mtenn\ Service: StatieJI .
matches In Stuart. t.

./;. Goes everywhere. types anything and the fact of than so many an other and diversified It was 0-0 STUART PrecincjjjJNo/2, Feb.' It .-....Court House

I gives years and years of dependable service I INCLUDING TAX BaUfhh requests Club For The example Chamber: 'Ths of men Except: would for be their helpless wives-at least most, STUART. "recla No. T Feb. 12 .....-._.Court House

: Handsome Carrying Commerce, street, High SchoolBand that's what the wives
r For years this machine has been The stand-by of I think.!
Case Included! radio show, 4-H Club, ten o-o son
4 business and professional families all over Amer- nis courts lights on VJS highway The political pot la beginningto Outbod Motors A. (JOURSON

ica. Every member uses it. mother for correspondence FREII Tough Method for. extension the safety of of the the water community boll again with the announce- b U .

dad for work the children for Typing: Instruction took service, a beer license police ment elective of a numbsr office of to candidatesfor be filled SALtS S VICE AX ''iSSESSOR

: their lessons. Survives rough and ready radio. Information on the right thla'year. 209 9. Dix
usage. of way of 518. 1 highway thru 1
gives a maximum of service with minimum of Stuart All of these problemswere o--o
The reason the human mind
repairs. and because of these six special features brought before the com- love fantastic tales Is that the \
mtikin and handled with effici-
ii'' : turns out work the equal of full sized office ency and dispatch. emotion are strong than the

( J machines: But the cry ot our city fathers Intellect among most people, To '
Voters of
I was -where Is the money coming The |1' lin County
I from-wand With Some people are able to do a
Self Starter I ::: YdOjlhe :
paragraph key automatically indents i !United fund to cover standard day's work any and

) k Long carriage return lever speeds ; commission labored on Into every day. When they come' to ,
tl up typing work they punch the lime clock i
night. The significance of I
ii'i : k Variable line spacer makes corrections easy I the meeting was the fact that to report and at the end of their announce my candidacy i for |e-election as

Personal touch control adjust to> operator j.' f i Stuart Is growing. The growth;' day they punch out This U true
Is a healthy one, too We are not of any routine worker who operate i>
I & Paper table! and scale make neat pages I experiencing a boom but a a machine: he 1 II part of

i steady substantial growth. The the mechanism. But Jqb like Sheriff of
'i I new city commissioners deserve selling advsrtlslng or writing i Mirtin County
much praise for the businesslike paragraph like this, call for
ALSO I Aiming on full steam when
; NOW IN STOCK manner In which they handledthe you
many and varied problems are In the mood. After writing
; of this growing community, one page of copy It Is twice as

NOISELESS REMINGTON o--o easy to write a second even
!i though the subject may be altogether
Grover King chairman of the .
Stuart Sallflah club membership different. In selling anything .t
abstract or concrete, or in
committee Is doing a real Job in
PORTABLE the performance of any duty requiring ,
INCLUDING the membership campaign now ,
Initiative/ or Ingenuity, It It hat been
$11967 being staged I II desirable, when luck I Is favorable peopl, of Martin County
TYPEWRITER o- FEDERAL TAX A common remark heard on keep on working. That..'how past f r years at your
the street during the recent cold Sheriff.
all our most Important inven- ., '
,peUJ: am going south for the I tions, work of art and literaturewere ". ,Tfl .

( : THE STUART NEWSOffice winter," p-o accomplished.0-0' If re-elected, I will ,continue: |o serve tot very best of my

f The high school band under I roUting ventured nothing wont ability. I
I the leadership of their director
i II better to have tried and
Wendell Waters U going to give
Supply Dept.
failed !than not to have tried at
a series of concert during the IU.I'. '., '
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o-o .
I. In any community you Will ali! :
And a certain few Individuals
Palm Beach Directory subjected to more criticism than i s'i '
other, Why Because these Individuals -
When In' usually take a stand on Your Vote and Support "
: West Palm .. Appreciated .
: Beach These '
Firms, Appreciate Your Patronage certain Issue and have the courage I orMi; ,
; I ykv ,
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of their
convictions. Inmost : \,; t tG
BADCOC ase* they are the one who per ; : ,
se noose Te r'a H' W THO R N E J BOB'S form the worthwhile duties In :M. "

: i12 Clematis St. ROOfIN co. heir community, (Dick) HANCOCK'Paid(

Ful4lfttln aoornswntetT NTA4i1ou. The heat of a lightning bolt
.. "} se ..... roses turns the moisture of the wood

'umiahinr'w.. ..... "" ....... wood.cells to Lightning team,sometime exploding cornpbtaly the. Political Advertisementr

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Sailfish Club Fishing! News Report :For! The Week 3HOWN IN DIETD prepare hearts,, to-tangerine slice; oranges for easy and eating to I :.i: ;?I

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RICHARD FAY WAKNERlUeciitlv Whltlcar, the real "bo* of th,, iiii'iiiiiiiiiimiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFranklin nunnu ulluluuuniltiuhunnnnnnnl iiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii'! l IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I of the Girls 4-H Clubs throughout Citrus fruit U very valuable Jolt i m J i iit. i'jll
few SecretaryCoatlnufd Whitman fleet, and Walter U Newell of.Boston gone court I had the Idea for a longtime In /*mall game fish Ctarle M Martin County have demon-- vitamin content and Its DM I 1 '
Clark of Sodua. V Y., a little his fishing I f companion. of flying to London to '1iI. Cole (told u* the anecdote the STUART FSES slrated the use of Florida citrus stressed too 1 .
On) be
page .] In the diet cannot J
tram George R. I .
Fearing falling to
( fishing connect
community on Lake Ontario fill the prophecy made to m* Other evening. fruit In tIm* del;\ luey have much It Is considered a fine I
where the talk 1 of musktei that day.Intldentally
by Lord Kelvin In lass when I J
It occurred l many years ago. thing to have Florida 4-H Club : '
both Mr.
I: C'IIARTERFLEET and wail-ey-ad pike instead olallflsh Fearing was working with Hiram Maximon OFFICE SHOWSPlACEMENr '
fruit ,
01II and snook His father, and Dr. Newell have fished persistently his lying machine 'that 1 1I If Mr, Woolf, then a young man, cultural worker The serving I girl promote the use of
The saptaln of a ship]), however Waif F Cook, mate for Capt Neither mow nor rain, lived to be a* old as !the wa was on a business trip He had ot the entire tutor market by the from their own native ,,state.In the j 'I I'
tie o, small the vessel may be, Eddie Bngebretsen of the Peter nor heat nor gloom of nlght--," then I would be able to break lopped" off at, the Columbia local employment olflees should The Oilla'H located Club ln Jensen I I I I
L the!> man responsible It cant Pan on the Toley fleet Clark, staying these two elderl1'and fast in New York and dim In river where it meets the Snake DIPThe Benefit both employer and county are ,
t b otherwise, U Is he who senior, with his on helping ot determined Bostonians from London: This prophecy wa river and someone asked if he worker a* these office will be Beach, Salerno Girls, Indtantown 4-H Club ::o'i I I 1 'f
IMS the decision, assumes the course, take out fishing parUJummera their piscatorial: round Once made twelve year before the would like to get a sturgeon. A the central point t In each communlty Stuart The
lU and If credit for a deed well ( on Lake Ontario and last week when it got so tough Wright actually flew, and it was giant hook, attached to a chain, Stuart office of the Florida to which/ applicants for gram Is a. part of the the extension : 1' 1 I ,
,Iii publicized it 1* his name the 8t Lawrence river and operates a* to make facing th* wind made from purely engineering wa baited and the chain In turn Stat- Employment Service all types of job may go fur employment program and is under supervision i I ,
Inscoe ,
ich. nulti naturally appear in,i and own several boat highly uncomfortable they Just data which Lord Kelvin secured fastened to a rope and wound completed the 1947 year with 35 of Mis Lucile I !
newspaper headline Cap- Edward Duncan U aboard the fished on down to Palm Beach, from our flying machine experiments about a tree. The next morning placements, Horace B. Jones Person seeking employment home demonstration agent !
,itt Curt and Jock Whltlcari ; Mica Florida with Capt,, Toley with the wind behind them and long before any actual It required a team of horse to manager of the office, sold today should contact the Florida State APPLICATIONS I I
i Earl Pare received that himself H; hall from Point got Ave sails on a day that none human flight had been accomplished putt{ ashore a 700-pound sttirge- These placement' are 72 Employment S:rtlce at the courthouse MAHKIACI 'I
atd ustly due men who howra pleasant, N V.. and fishes out else was outside. They don. :" on. pr cent less than those In 1940. on Thursdays. Job orders O..fenl. P. Roast. tnk. Harbor, endC.nw
and skill, when I: week Of Brlella with his father, How- mind the roughest seas or the "Of course" adds Mr, Cole, "It ihere are 71 applicants In the also will be taken over the telephone a" A.P.n.(''II...... .1.dst..e.XMMN ....rt.' .fie IJttoIM ; It,
''I. diet saved nine of the ten ard Duncan who kipper the coldest weather and are quite GOOD CATF1SII1NG REPORTED might i have been only 800 active file at present a* compared *. M. C._ wlmnpn. an.a.. .
'joni aboard the Ill-fated cruiser Dixie and la of the. ready to commute back and forth
one Incidental Intelligence. There pounds but Jesse says '00." with 37 at the same time
,!rthwesfr; when that craft, real old timer in that well- from the Sunrise Inn to Palm 11 at
last applicant
an ixcellent run pf catfish o n year eteran
vilely owned attempted pass- known fishing spot In fact,Capt. Beach where Jack kept the NAVAL
down at the inlet. FACILITIES the beginning of the year num- '
through the Inlet. Yet, bn Howard Duncan imputed to be Hobo a couple of day to accommodate .
MAY BE LEASED ber 42, an Increase over the ,39 WANTED !
H ot these three charter boats the first man ever to have taken them-a* front the Sun- DOES ANYBODY WANT at the end of 1946 ,
air went to th* rescue there parties out of Brlelle bottom rise to the-regular Whltlear docks
TO MAKE A WAGER Job openings in, the Stuart office f-
Proposals to the
whose life wasELiI Navy
i another !fishing Just around the corner. total tour which
as much physical Jeopu Social Note* Nelson Benedict. Radio Transmitter Station at currently
.: 'Why, commented Jack, witha
\U two more than at the same A FIDDLER
I is that of the captain In THE BIFFER B"BETWEENA mixture of awe and admlratlon fishing editor of the Newark Douglas Road and Honey Hill last The greatest sAn
imand of the charter boat. In etar-Ledger visited Btuart. The Drive, Miami, have been Invited period year
recently 'they even wantedto
FISH STORY-FISH TALE demand at present is,for auto\
\aru the mate. go down to Palm Beach on second day here Ernie Lyon took by the 7th Naval District AirBases and marine machinists Old Fashioned Hoe Do/ Fiddler Who Want I t
We had chat with mechanics
mm time to time It Is planned a pleasant Sunday afternoon but I told him out fishing and we are happy Command with headquarter II
Fun With / Old Hoe Down Banjo
Have Lot of
C P. Hammond of Spartanburg to a n
tt Jacksonville
to Bid
mention the mates board our them it waan't a day fit for manor report Lyon did not let \ "
,ru! boat and whose service! 8 C.. the other day. Capt Toley beast They certainly are two its down. It i 1& a aolemn fac< lease the property must be received Unemployment compensation for Player ".
In Martin
are *o well-known introduced us Mr. Hammond of ind we will''challenge Orover by the Commander. Naval payment County
t'e angler/ real sea dogs I '
those name appear in print the Hammond Brown, Jsnnlng Also on Sunday in the mornIng King, chairman of the member. Air Bases, Naval Air Station, the week ending Jan. 3 of this CONTACTSTUA1
tarelr Jim Farley Jr, of Furniture Company of Spartan- Capt. Eddie Engbrets-'n of'!' ship drive to a twt.-that fishing Jacksonville,on or before March rear wens $139 as compared with
$43 paid to unemployed In the
lion,N 3. 1 lathe mate aboard burg gives a hunting and fishing the Peter Pan got a sail 8 fee. experts never get fish We recall L. for the county for the NEWS
j 1 Whltlcar Gulf Stream He commentary over radio elation S Inches for John E. Appleton the perfect record made by Allen The Navy ha issued a reminder county
red I In the United State Coastird W8PA every other day has of Cedar Rapids Iowa which Mr Carson AI Pflueger and Fred that proposal for thj lease of comparable Jones said period the Florida last Employment year. Ernest Lyon or Bill Mitchell: \ f
been doing M for fifteen years all or part of the Naval Auxiliary
for nearly five yean; was Appleton kept to have mounted fletcher recently This group offices the
,ted by a German plane He like Stuart and he Ilk- to did have a few fish on but ware Air Station Cecil Field,Fla.must Service begin Phon/300 or 301
tell fish stories and fish tale. lie be received by the Chief of new year with the added responsibility Write
,I'I aboard a destroyed: escort SCHOOLBOYS TO WRITE proud to write Ernie battta Naval yearroundfarm r
of providing a
Ibe North Atlantic; spent two make a distinction FISHING CONTEST STORIES 100&-not a bite. Aft Advanced Training on or before ,
service agrt-
t Ion. half year 1a a Naval "A fish story ls what I tell and '(; Mo, the person 'We will placeour Feb 1. Cecil fHd I II located placement
It U A true story," Mr. Hammond quite by chance we found our 11 mile southwest of Jacksonville
piial That'* JAn Farley' money on 1* the lady who I
1, as simple a* that tald "A fish tale Is what a man elvi sitting on a drug atone has come to Stuart the first time and comprise 1720. acres .
der Sinclair la the mate like Capt. Toley here will tell counter. Johnwlck stool alongside of ErwinF. It la, Indeed. the first time she of Oovernment-owned land Granite *. Knives I,
principal of the
u aboard Jack' Hobo. He me"TWO has even seen the ocean or a The Navy Department (Bureauof
11;: from Fisher's Islah&: N Stuart High School and discussed charter boat Everything I is won Yard and Dock) ha author- Ware ss
was an officer In the United BOSTON\ ANGLERS with Principal Johnwlck hold- derful The captain 1* "so In- led the lease of a number of Garden Hatchets:
'e* Nay and this'U" his llritr1 REAL SEA' DOGS WIIITICAR tog a writing contest among 12- creating;" the mate "too cut floating drydocka on the East
"mating" In Florida.Rrbert Despite the dreary day that year-old boys at the school" on, for word," and the boat, sucha Coast ranging In lifting capacity HOle a Saws '
Why I Like To Fish perhaps
from 1,000 to }.500 ton, These }
"Swede" Swenson 1 iimate color f0
Sunday was, dark cloud that :250 words, the three winning pretty MAt Shovels t-
:aboard Dan's" boat. lieIts seemed to be heralding the approach to be here In S:30 pm that same day, drydock have been determinedto .
Piece published
and Shop
from Plalnfleld, N, J, and of the predicted cold spell the weekly fishing new Principal !Uvn she la, being photographed be in excess of present requlrmenl.l. Rakes me, Hammers ::
too to his firstwinter !in which fortunately failed to ma- Johnwlck seemed to take to with two magnificent sailfish on Three of the dry f' i iIt ,
Ida. He \I I "crazy"about sallmr rlallze: and heavy teas piling the idea and the essay contest either side of her On the dock, docks may be Inspected at Oreen FOR TH JOB
he .Summers he tie four sh Cove Springs
ay up off shore, sails were caught may wU take place. He suggested three or dolphin, .
k* out of bridle, N. J. His In the morning by the few boats that some of our leading picked: up In the Stream, a couple To food Tool At .
Pays Buy {
.onal ,story? Only that heed which went out. Capt A. A. hardware store which sell tackle of kings.she caught while trollIng LUNCHES SUPPLMENTLD {

live and one-half years WhlUcar of the Oannet had two (we wonder If the Stuart and the reef on the way home According to announcement ',' UART HA WARE CO,
(the rn"C Africa, Italy Ito V. McHugh of Lake Park .,. Bess companies are reading this) and lying on its back a 300 today by W, F. Calling, director

L catching his first and Colonel might be willing to put up prlr**, pound green ,turtle, alas spottedInside Commodity Division. State Welfare Because We Feature 0 a' )he Best -- ol* and Equipment With A Lifetime of j
itne of our other mate are Austin Bartlett of Louisville Ky, the Inlet and called to the
Board through the com-
say a plug a spoon possibly a Service Built Into Them
ry Morrison of Forked River boating the other' On the Hobo couple of spinn ra attention to the captain. modity division of the State Welfare 1 1We
J who Is with Capt. A AJ_with Capt. Jack; Whltlear Dr. "The captain really seemed *o Board, Florida schools this Ha -Large S ction of Kitchenware:

i MRS VAN NESS RECALLS pleased when I told him i about month are slated to receive from
FAMOUS AMERICAN ANGLER the turtle He war Just aboutto USDA a total of 4,050 case of Dr nToday
run over It. But I wonder what canned whole
tomatoes, 112800
TOMMY SAYS Among the guest at the Pelican _
he intgids to do With It? pound of ehedder cheese and I i
Is Mrs Melville O. Van New
whose late husband was for AND 'NARY A ROD 1608 Juice cases of These concentrated foods will orange be STUART .H ROW ARE CO.
many >'eara a leading member
When Traveling SouthDon't of the well-known Wmdbeam distributed to lunchroom operated .. Stuart Fr...
trout club which fishes ,West In all the hundreds, yes thou*. under the existing State- Phone 108 D w Kin .Bernard ,
Q la and of time that Edward J. Federal school lunch agreement
I Forget to Drop Brook in New Jersey" Many
Ward and his IOn Fete have
I member of the Wlndbeam are
For rented pole for fishing off tau
I also member of the Angler II
Club In New York City and Jensen bridge not once ha one
been stolen Mr. Ward told u.
YOUR FAVORITE among these i* Edward R. HewItt -
that himself a* he chatted a
of New York City perhaps the
I DRINK greatest authority on-fly fishing little bit about himself and his
'r for trout and fresh run Atlantic business HALL'S ELECT IC SERVICE
a The War You Like It salmon in the country. These! 'All' of our pole are Calcutta
? Y purists know, for publication he laid "Bamboo will not stand<
'| only one form of fishing-dri np. not for public use. Mr. Ward
and I have travelled In thirty-
files and nymphs tied on .41
ACE FOR A GOOD TIME leaders. eight countries Wot have been in

DANCING Since than wa not too much the Far East, In Calcutta and
where wood I II harvested HO1POINT
last week because Burma the SALUTES ON
active fishing new
BRr4C; 'OUR FRIE SAND of the miserable weatherwe and I .can tell we have
not received! any real Calcutta
will quote a couple of sentences -

ENJOY YOURSELTASf Angler Mr.Club Hewitt Bulletin wrote privately for the since Mr.the Ward war wa began born"In Rochester ITS MOVE TO C] B INFLATION''

\ DELICIOUS N. Y. teventy-flve ago.
SAN WICHES printed for member only. This year
0 For many year he wa a funeral
rind past summer Mr Hewitt flew to
h* Liquor of All Ireland and back to fish the famous director In that city ,and only
OPEN At.DAY SUNDAY CVCul SUNDAYTOMMY'S Black Water river for *al" about retired three completely year ago. But he BY
mon. This In Itself U not so i'
remarkable but Mr Hewitt happens hal been coming to Florida I'
BAR about thirty yearly Back In 1919
His piece to be In eighty-one the club year bulletin old. hll was buying real estate in We ,Are Proud To Join H
ON U. 5. 1 TOBE SOUNFf- ONLY about" his trip begins: there Hollywood would, when be held a*a he ballyhoo aid. Largest Appliance Manuijfctun s. In Fight To Pre- I;.

12 Mil\ South of Suart talk An and Irishman John Flynn can talked certainly me party under a tent and lot sold, 'serve the Purchasing Power O(!the American Dollar I

Into my trip to Ireland. Of with Hi circus ion,Pete trimmings founded the Jensen By Announcing Price CUES Of Is Much As 10% On :

beach activity, first a trailer America's Finest Electr' Disinflation \ :
Rang' Refrigerators ,
... klllllllllllllllllllliV......!* ,
park> now cabin and, of course, -
the tore where the pole are posalls and Water Heat .. I :
j I

\ J e Are Ready and rented bridge and faithful.bait told He for and the JenSen Mrs- .., I 'I',' I

Ward have celebrated their fit- t''I'I V
,, y-fourth wedding anniversary is very much like th$ weathei in that everybody talks about

v Prepared to HelpYOU On) their fiftieth which I they it but nobody DOES ANYTHINfc about 1 But now HALL'S ELEC- a
pent In a cabin In the Canadian
wood, be chopped th*. wood TRIC SERVICE is joining withftjotpoint builder of America's finest t I ,

I cooked drew the the water meals.and He Mr wrote*. Ward Ernest electric appliances in doing tome thing out it namely, reducing : 1

Lyons managing editor of prices on electric ranges, refrigerators, Disj galls and water heaters. f I ''j I I

he Stuart New, about it, and,

the New Year Right Lyons as Mr., asked Ward U It remarked could be pub-us, ,Price reductions at a time ce this when ppliances like these are so } t I J I

shed In the Newt" because itwas scarce is news in itself. But ill the more oteworthy is the fact that J
p y Equipping Your Home *o uman.-'-- these price reductions whit [run as high as $20 on some models are l'l'I I

With'BLINDS DR. FALK GETS HIMSELF made in the face of the biggest demand forty tp.oint. products in the r''

Dr and Mr*. H. C Falk of Mew' company's history. a. 'I ; "

VENEfrlW York city have arrived In Stuart t. : .It ,

the nd Pelican are staying Dr.Falk-for with friend twen-at t Certainly, this is proof that this move is made purely in the public'sinterest. 'I .",

f ty year a. pWyslclan. In the New We consider it an outstanding example of the kind of business l '

Custom fcuilt *i\> Fit Your Window kea York small City Police fishing Department-So on statesmanship that has mad! 'America the country that it is today and .. "4. :
Monday, with Joe McNamara as the I kind that will continue to ead the way to future greatness.'I I : :
.tall 223 Fort Pierce guide he went Into the back aHALL'S

IND large country' mouth and bas picked on spoon np seven The ELECTRIC SERVICE heartily subscribes to this courageous "w 'I, :I '

Let One Of CVr Represent It i Ives Measure Your WindowsANUFACTURING .revlou* day timhi did some Inlet move of Hotpoint's and is glad to be the first in Stuart in this crusade '1 ; L'
6.lhIn,. that e a channel bat ,
along. with some heepchead, to cut the cost of living.HALL'S '[ I I: '

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TRA: 3t/e Mi. of.Oranr'e AT*. On V.3.1 YBis;i all FISH the TARNOf fishermen at. th* II '

; 'Ampl. Parking Pelican, or, for that matter at

any Of our other hotel. It II I a ELECTRIC SERVICE ii',
fort Pierce Florida rttti tat bet that non. ha
aught, or had t part In catch :: / I

P.: O. Box' 1012 ing. a\fish a* large M the one PHONE 13 POST,OFFICE ARCADE STUART FLA. "I
that JISM Woolf, participated. In J i
andlngL Today,In contrast Mr. '
Wont,>lth his wife, ipeciallse l

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the %,,6 ttUUts Newo I Down- MARY The HARTMAN StreetBy I.. ''iJtil' Hef9J Horticulturally I Speakin,.

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TOP TOPIC OF THE TROPICS these day Is the goOs !
Published Thursday al t l
every Those who delight in pessimistic Tit following fftldt was. prttenlid 4 l*e annual seedingo/'
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, that lays the! !golden egg
feathered Florida State Horticultural Society at St. ritertbuffr, NootmberBULBOUS \J'
by Stuart Dally New..Inc, a: predictions like to Infer tht the proverbial
s Florida corporation. friend is looking pale around the gills that the gold -
, t Entered as IecondeIUl'mal]I rush is overt! But a more analytical consideration of con- PLANTS ADAPTED TO FLORIDA

pact matter at the post office at; ditions the Sunshine State reveal a more optimistic trend. (Guest Reporter) By WTMDHAM Hwr'jsr"

Stuart Florida, under the Act I N.t. Ctf'. %.t I. fUtr Iranra vriur .. I.r.w, wW U -<:M.f *. The growing of bulb, tubers tubenxu-rooted and rhUonu,
CUI 11 of March 1,1879, I WHETHER FLORIDA'S "Gold Coast" can retain its nit vhitar i>.t UM ..l" .s .:the N.. plants In Florida it one of the more or feta neglected phase" of 0','

AT'fit. FREE PRESS w $5, YEARS OF SERVICE famous luster in based on a variety of statistics now in the mental horticulture lit our "wonderful Sunshine Suteand In the N
Asr, I making There Is little doubt that national Inflation STUART MAIN STREET ICE-COVERED beginning of remark I would like to lay that I believe we are I

and e Tbt SltiMrt.Pally >*... .:. a .vctfMMf. reaches iU top peak during the winter season on the lower (WHEN BLOCK FALLS FROM ICE WAGON). yean behind the time In that phue To the regret of all sin,
of th flnl
ilea Stu r4 Tint "
span A FREE PEOPLE 'v.... AprU East Coast of Florida. There is little doubt also that the Most flower loners, and plimtoncn the recent World War U bat
'round has about
,poll. .ad It.rt _..... wit everyone Stuart been kicking give
1'alWlI.t'! th M is already being felt in the
.fiick Th. '1'1"," .... irh >. _Iod.,... .. resistance; to further inflation the weather. But. as old Mark Twain once said "nobody another serious aotbuck'
". .u.... r..t..'Itlt" 0..Th......*g.v., "."D.U. I.., .N.'..k... resort cities of this section. Exorbitantly high rentals are'' is doing anything about it." Another of his gags worth The number of bulbs, tubers, cormoui plants, etc! which nun
facts ... ... ,Ir "' "1.. _.._.... bane u .... being forced down by a lessened/ demand Rather than in Florida Is legion, but wily a few' of t'I' I
of successfully
albl;. boar Flare" 1..._ that pulling out the bag during cold spells, is "If a dog. didn'thave grown
the Indicates post-war .
for panic trend a
being cause fleas he might forget he was a dog" come to the front ai Important commercial items, as gUdioliu, the t
.. ---------- :
readjustment of the working machinery of a democratic lilies Polyanthus Narcissus, hybrid! Amaryllis, foiKV-IJcaved Gilailn

;" people is underway A tinge! of coolish weather Is a good reminder locals lilies, Hcmcroculhj, Cloriosas, and a few othen. The growing of 1 b,
1'ly ( a. well as winter visitors from the north, that no matter In private and public: gardens bones greatly rettrli-twl anile Cei
ff/1 194,8't REALTY TRICES; IN STUART are admittedly too farabove 'how cold it gets in Chicago, New York, Memphis, Tenn., bull*, ai the Dutch Iris, an important winter Oor ll1' flower boll

:f MEMBER normal on many types of property Wise buyers, yea. Jacksonville, Fla. It's always warmer in Stuart.What's the nqrth and tooth( are grown commercially hi Florida to some ei'

\y lookingfor substantial investments..are backing the up and old a brisk 38 above in Stuart when'at my own (from Imported ,bull, time craning either from the Pacific north
down the highway filling the'Rio section along
1 summer randIn Wisconsin/ the hit all-time or
mercury an
: ---w highway, buying and building at Jensen Beach Salerno, low last week of 60 below zero, a difference of 88 degrees Bulbs have a long and Imxirable history In Florida, mostly\
nIt IK A : PYhh.hwrn hobo Sound\ and Palm City. No survey has been made of and! much. 'of lut horticultural annak
written, it to The
MT K !,Yulll! WHO.t districts Whew' up there I'd be wearing two pairs-of long drawers wklopi
in the
\ .' [rate A- MrNNItKlKB, ,I*. cite casts the extensive building program/ outlying In Stuart, at 38 above, I pull on an extra thin pair of socks occurrence of varlotu exotic Crinumi In city and county over the >6t>l
\ "I'HIo'1'f All? It -'I'.L, : ,Ah.HIN.d. MiniBlKlMM .... and there are tio statistics on realty turnovers.HOWEVER. I'm not fighting snowdrifts, slipping on icy roads and praying especially' In Did garden, plantations, and estates, indicates an
/ IfCENNlllf'd'l
J M.n..AUP
.. for spring to come. precision of time. gland of the bulb family which must date .1 1
\ MARY K uAsTututSUBSCRIPTION a turnover of $6,000,000 worth of property centuries, probably to early Spanish time The large number; of i,
.j> RTE3Hull i Is indicated by the sale of internal revenue stamps in Being a newspaper reporter with my nose to the sparks u Crlnuro Aiiatfcum, O/inuni Amabile, t Crlnum ZeyLmici

,..r Ply" OM. vow II... Two T..rt.. .. ... ..............t".. the office of Clerk J. R Pomeroy. That figure covers the ground I could have flashed a damaging Florida headlineone and i other "milk and wine* type of the genus,,which... large nil.

,,'. Rd.,"'."'M-,..'" sour bnvwn uft .pelia.tiun a. .9..t .warm tho right year 1947! and includes realty tr,'nsfers, mortgages on real day last week to northern papers. It would have read, of Southeast Asia, the East Indies, and the Pacific blond*, y tend
t. ,.,.eL .., okJft..hle" .....U.L estate and chattel mortgages. It figures nearly $1,000 per STUART, FLORIDA MAIN STREET COVERED WITH show a horticultural connection with the Far East which
.... .. .. .... ...... mutt 1
The A.o : capita and is 26 per cent higher than the business transfers ICE. news might have 'warmed the cockles of manya been established many ream ago, certainly !fa wiling aMp tunes, J
cf the preceding The clerk's records show sales frozen northern heart stay at homes who can't winterize
: NATIONAL EDITORIAL ) year entirely possible, of course, that these bulbs .came to FlorhU i
{Ii, SSOCIATION of $4,763,600 for 1946 on the shores of the beautiful St. Lucie River, secondary stage in their introduction Into the Western Ucmlsplpouibly >

;", 'm Horace Marr, who drives the ice for the from gardens In the Weft Indies (Spanish
wagon PhiIiPr"1do
> J <: OUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has had a little Stuart Ice Co:"either chipped or dropped a. cake of ice British Islands) and from ), : parti of Latin America
DUMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS friendly 'ribbing"/ about some old literature which la still ,in front of the bank building. The street'was 10 Of bulbs commonly growing In Florida today. I *ouJJ /: 'rCrimimi
rhr A".d,' I I',... ii rrtl 111.d, r.rlu>.v.lr U MM uu for mokliratloli rf all this in circulation We once\ advertised that a person couldretire as having the J longest< pedigree M residents of
1-i' n...e "r/h 'rd ,i. 'hi. n.".l..ir. M ...eau alt AP ..... ai..... ... 100 month here. One lives. icy that my old jalopy actually skidded when I hit the apparent
on $ a now more comfortably chlppings. I state Next nerhana. were certain Amaryllis arneci s. Zenhvranilivmenocalli
I IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII, IIinnilllllllllllNIIIIIIMIIIIMI on $100 a week, but there are .still hundreds of *,the I lovely Japanese Lyoorls iurea Lvcoris radiata 11

J'. Worthy Meditation couples in their trailers! and small homes who are stretch- The same morning while eavesdropping at the'Chamber queraded a* tsarina Samiensis for many deeaoe in north and v

I ing that fixed, retirement income to cover the increased of Commerce, I overheard tourist griping, "I'd like Florida garden. Also the Easter lily, which came, In year ago At

iiHiMiniiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiPeace cost of 1i\'Jl1g-And many have little more than $100 a my money back, This weather isn't as advertised." Col lens from Japan by way of Bermuda, and certain' fozetta. type of !A

and freedom are not easily achieved. They month-Surprisingly enqugh they are among the happiest Kraft, the Chamber's genial diplomatic secretary, smiled cisBiis and jonquils, still found, growing In a naturalized pondilum
cannot be attained by force They come from mutual understanding residents in the county They are /glad to be relieved of and flipped the morning paper to scan weather reports, old plantations in North and East Florida. '

and cooperation, from a willmjneas to deal I the upkeep of expensive( homes. The work Involved in "Sir," he replied, "in your own home town the mercury There are bulb mysteries found in Florida Gardens. The Ly
lavish entertaining boils down to pot luck suppers, outdoor hit a nasty nine below zero yesterday. Besides the "
fairly with every friendly nation in all matter*- -political paper sores or CoWen fine Lily, found scantily 111 old gardens am
and economic. Let ua resolve to continue to do just that, picnics and fish frys-along with a game of cards or shuffle says this cold wave originated in the north. It was not: St. Augustine, b an utterly charming thing and pre of the world s
now and in the future If other nation of the world will I board, checkers, etc. So Manager Kraft of the Cham- local born. So may I suggest you take it up with Levj I beautiful' flowers. There have been explanation offered for its '

do the tame, we can reach the goal of permanent peace ber of Commerce is still safe in inviting residents to come Johnson, the county agent. He represents Uncle Sam and ence there, but it seems most likely that the history gnn back: to Sr p'
and ,world freedom. to Martin county to( spend their coal money for fish hooks. the drop in temperature originated up Washington way. ish times Some 12 or 13 yean ago a planting of several hum|

Harry S. Truman. The sunshine is still FREE and there's parking space You might even get your money back. The feller with the rUemantriu multulorus( or East African Blood, Lily, was discovers
__ aplenty. (A recent visitor in Miami told of paying $2 for long whiskers is mighty generous." Before the kicker left. Eiiitis, In negro yards. These must have multiplied over
a prriui
GOOD NEWS parking his car-outdoors-for 24 hours) Col. Kraft signed him up for a membership in the Chamberof more than 50 years or so.. H multin..,.* I 18 one of the horticulli. ,,

Word that State Department of Education represenUUf Commerce. It might,have been just a kidding spree most showy and snectabuW bulb flower ,It I Is at home In Fkn

have recommended a $424,000 building renovation NEW YORK SPENDS $6,OQO,000 to remove the snow I dunno. and occasionally found as a pot plant ever the state. It I II cookie,

.program for Martin County schools is good news. from ONE storm When a hurricane does that amount of I've heard many say "weather's mighty tough, lots too choke ordinarily! to grow In the ground. The bulb are worth J

Martin Count growing rapidly. Were a census to damage in Florida (every few years) it'a headlines for the of things will die" Which recalled my: early days in Texas dollar apiece at this time The explanation implied by the orig

be taken today. The News predicts that it would be close nations papers. And if all the geese that golden-plate the and New Mexico when chuck wagon cooks, served range- negro owner was that"grandma got a bulb off a tailor .la St August
to 9,000 population instead of the 6,000 tallied in 1945. Florida coast get buried in New York's snow storms or before. That fa an excellent and
{r fed tough steaks to the cowboys: J.can see an old half many ran plausible explanation.
I 3 a I" Now new-resident children crowd the schools and blow away with the swirling, storm winds Florida will Indian-half Mexican cook swinging a long butcher knifein There I Is new species of white Zenhvranthes which Dr. I If Hu'

J. the purvey shows that we badly need a new elementary still have her surf, sand and sun. Barbara Green has writ- his hand 'when .the buckaroon complained and yelled Hume, _noted Florida horticulturist and a leading bulb fan. found 1'.
school building to coot $242,000. The high school would ten the most striking description I've seen of the ocean: garden jf West few .
"tough tough too tough to chaw "It's tougher when Key a years ago. It has since been (united in f
? b. modernized and devoted entirely to high school pur- there's none .4 Eat it," he:d ,reply/snarljijgjy\ \ ,, duns on the west coast near St. Petmburg lie hat named It Z.
i' poses! Martin County's negro population would get a THE SEA HAS FOUR DRESSES (4 *ularuntand ft is a real I addition to eur Plaids bulb gardens, a loo'' ,

t $113,000, Improvement. Additona would be made at. Jensen Here Is the tea's gay frock, There's a lot of things worse than Stuart's coolish wlute-fkiwered spring.blooming species of easy culture. It fills a r<
i Beat &, and Indiantown white schools. _. That deep blue one, with waves for ruffled trim, weather. One of'which would'be not to be alive to enjoy with the Zcphyraiilhil collectors.

., l/t'tui: hope that this recommendation is followed i And for an applique white gulls that skim Florida's blessings of sunshine, water-washed air, and tem- Then exaoiplet show ,the romance.which be found fat sea
J tjiroughjunder'{ the new Minimum Foundation Program law. Above the hemstitched edge of beach and rock. I. J peratures of 38 above when all the. north is encased in snow Ing over old gardens and country place In Florida may for such bulb fill(

. [ BE' CAREFUL I even like this dress *- Cap'n Flagg the front por<;h.s and back yards of negro' home (In.the older seeti,

Four persons have died in Martin County in tragic The dull gray gown she wears, perhaps to mourn .---tonox==oao oca- OIClO will, reveal many .IIW'J'riaeIIn bulb and other rare plants.

,_ avoidable accidents in the past three week' one /mature Defeated suns, that dying and forlorn The modem phase of bulb growing in Florida. be said to d.

man in a boat accident two youths when a car went Fling scarlet stains upon her placid breast NEWS and COMMENTI from the arrival ol the lute Dr, Henry NehrUng In Orange may county' I INIn '

through a bridge and an elderly man when he failed to seethe i tin BO';. 'At that lime the late Theodore L Mead was settling'
train at.the Salerno crousing. In summer this she Hearst,. OI:==:::lOICl OJII: OClocaOCIO: : Lake county and later at Oviedo now ah Seminole few
Each of these accidents could have Spun glass of emeralds, when the waves are still southeast of Sanford. county a m''
been avoided WANT TO KNOW something, and perhaps you can helpme. Dr. Mehrhng brought! with him an intense V-
The boat should not have risked passage on the rough reef Till scissored by a boat, green gems will spill ,When did the pioneers: first dig open the sandbar cultural Interest In Amaryllis and many other bulb and'tuben am.,

The car which went off Palm City bridge was quite ob- Across each starched wave-ruffle that appears, at St,Lucie Inlet reef Who were they? Is there extant oilier thing!: His/ enthusiasm may well have'haduced Mr, Mead

el v1* sly being driven too fast-judging by the damage doneto I i a photograph of the operation;? t take up various bulb cultures( in which. they both figure largely in I
steel guard railings on either side of the draw when it Nor ran I close my eyes horticultural history of the stale, ,.
went out of control!. The Salerno accident could have been To jet.black velvet of her evening gown FROM In his little The ''
TO monograph
Stuart News has published Amaryllis,, rxiUuld In Ccrm
prevented if the long-pledged had been installed When rhinestone lights reflect from wharf and town In 1UU9 and which
crossing gates ha
quondam accounts of this operation, and doubtless a search regrettably never appeared in English era.,
One more life mutt now be added their cost. Upon this magic mated to the skies of the files for the past 15 years would produce something lathe at this line, Dr. ehrluig told of seeing various. Amaryllis
; Be careful Nothing can bring back human life. Drive or==:: ocor----: "oo-ooO- JOICIO about and hybrids In
::= it. Do you know about when we did publish such numerous! garden on his' way fouth from Jackson'
slowly. Martin and don't take chances. COME ON LETS LAUGH an account? It seems to me that C- E. Schroeder, the only to Orlando on his first trip to central Florida in 1886. lie navel!
rr County tornmisxion could well advise the I know who took Florida few years Liter !
on seriously the task of permanently undertook
Florida Eat Coast railway that :-=OCIIO=====OClO>=::= JOClOr: =OClOCI = being our serious expo
crossing mans and
gates are mandatory town historian, went Intd detail commercial growing of
some on this Do you re Amaryllis, )fancy-leaved Caladium"
at every Martin County croll\ing-and get action. REASON FOR LEAVING and. other bones and
f I member, about when? tuber ut his Cotha estate. According to his' MEMBER OF THE ABC I, "Why did you leave your last job*" he was asked. writing, he Imported the choicest stock available from Europe

In the whole State of Florida there "On account of illness," he replied. HOW',MANY PEOPLE have drowned, St. Lucio Inlet: elsewhere to aid him in his hybridizing experiments
are only.17 weekly "What sort of illness?" asked the interviewer. A single bulb of the
reef? Do you remember their names and circumstances Nehrling Amaryllis, which Dr. NehrUng
which f g"
: newspapers irculutions The are Stuart members News is of one the of Atidit them.Bureau Audit of 'I "Well, the boss said' I made him sick,"-Celqtexer. surrounding the accidents Do' you know of narrow I him" lit Catha on a visit. was T. L.Mead! start h the growing of hybl,

fi' Bursars of Circulations membership 1 --- escapes on the reef? The people involved and Just what Amaryllis, according to Mr Mead own story to me more than 15 't"
'illation guarantees that our TWO CHOICES happe'1ed'tAlL II ago. His commercial planting of the bulbs| wa disseminated wide/
rin I H wf' it is checked and ;
say double-
checked by a national acounting organization. i A much-married man was trying to chisel some free over Florida and the ,lowwf w. th an fM' the JJc::. &J& Sti !'

i'i'I t advice from a lawyer friend, "Inn't there some way In THIS LEADS up to the fact that your home town principal trade ants, train of these gorgeous! bulb Mf Mead said .tJ,

PUBLICITY HELPS STUART i which a man can avoid paying alimony?" he Inquired, newspaper la going to publish a real historical edition on when that bulb came Into bloom, he wrote to Dr. Nehrling

I I Ai U. A. Porter of the Humane Boat Company here has "Yell," replied the lawyer "Two. He can stay single our Silver Anniversary.\ We want it to be'not only the and Cotha asked(In those days the two commimitir wen a day travel opal

hen n honored with a twoj-page spread in the Jan. 10 J948, or stay married."-Chicago News. finest thing of its kind ever done in Stuart but also th;! Dr.him for pollen of other-good Amaryllis vers to lass on t I

y show IssiH of the magazine "The Boating Industry, This finest ever done in the State. plant Nehrung lent the pollen, and Mr Mead raised some I I'

the result
fine spread containing a dozen pictures, will bring Stuart That was the Mart of the Mead acre

to the attention of the boating.minded all over the nation. "Your wife has been delirious all day." said the nurse, WHO WAS THE first child: born. In: Stuart? Who built t now a to rather maintain meaningless word, a* little effort has been taken In rea'yean

One more step forWard in 'publicizing the wonderful St. "calling for you and crying for money," the first house Who built the first store? Do you have plantingi. a high standard quality.of flowers In commw:'

Lucie Kivcr region "Delirious," snorted friend husband. 'She', normal," early photographs of the early town hidden away somewhere .
IJeldenews.. in an album? When did the railroad come? How NEXT WEEK)
A CREDITABLE SCHOOL PAPER about the early trading' schooners Who OIlO onoCoa0
( owned the first : ===:'OIClO""
[ The Stuart News extends congratulations to the students HOLMES' DEDUCTION" automobile in town? ,Who was our; first mayor T Our first

of Martin County High School, who are producing Sherlock Holmes-Ah, Watson, I-'see you have on chief of police? Letters, To The Editor
( a fine school newspaper in "The.South wind." The paper your winter underwear. O'

i r 1 has fine editorial management, is breezy and full of news- Watson-That's marvelous, Holmes, marvelous. How WHO FIRST started fishing for sailfish out of Stuart? I Editor OIClOclOICl-==ono'?=roc
and lifted so far above the 'Drizzle" of a few years ago did you ever deduce that Who was first to catch a tarpon in the St. Lucie What I Stuart News- ,

that we take off our /tints to the young men and women.producing Holmes-You forgot your panU/ Beldenew*: do you know about the first editor of our first newspaper/ meat In nuking the columns of a certain' newspaper access an advert\ <
itf for relief for thj needy Oermana. The adrerttoem.

COME AGAIN IT WIlL'TAKE time to compile this edition was signed by "The American Commute Service friend* It U
I ; and it will f
7 7Mt In NEW NAME Raw. Recruit on Sentry Duty t Who goes there? Friendor be one, we hope which will be proudly'saved by every time to Investigate committee this un-American activities will ''tal
SL the American army of occupation In Germany, foe'Voice resident of Stuart. Time Is marching on into the I960'*. onanltatlon U might be found to be *'r
'Sam Turner, a colored soldier, I it constant and German Service friend Committee,, Remember ,.
a unrepentent -Foe. ,, The first half of our century Jn which our town was born American Bund Uw Tien
breaker of army regulations. When Sam was being Raw Is nearly We need I believe she only thing dllferent with UM t,,
Recruit-Well beat it; we're! not organized yet. gone. your help now to create a record organizations i* the -
Lr. him disciplined recently for his latest escapade, a buddy asked -Our Army. of our eommunity'i beginnings and the first fifty years of dreams. change of name. Step to
reveal his latest crime
its existence. Any stories which
"" you can think of connected

"Ah went on a furlong," Sam explained. REASON ENOUGH "I with the pioneer days and the years of transition and ,CHARLES A: C1im r4mm.) :

r. i''turlous.rh."Hoy", you're* hazy," the other retorted. "You meaD. Mrs,-:And why did you leave your last place? growth will be appreciated. We pledge ourselves to take TOM DREIER

: "No; Ah don't" declared Sam.""Ah Maid-I was asked to do something I didn't like to do. ',care of any photos which are entrusted to u'. Thanks for HOW TEACHER WAS PUNISHED SAYSt' .
means furlongAb'went Mrs. cooperation.
What was that? il.
: "r.
r.I | too fur and Ah stayed too Ion,." Maid-Look for another Job, ma'am.American Girl. -E.l- iThats fine aid Madam? judge sternly, "', w a i">ol>1 te the
Wall StreeUoufnal. 1 your presence here /
"'"'"' "' for fulfill'* a I*
I Humility U SOME GOOD 1 Great men suffer hours of'depre standing, : ambition me. For yean 1 have'yearned t
the part of wisdom and i I. moat becoming; on through introspection have a, school teacher In this '
in men. But let no on discourage 'I and self-doubt. Thai it why they are real. Thai court. Now, you sit nl'h
self-r.lianas it I Is of all None ( down at that table
I the ot u.. \4 entirely useles Eve*! the worst of uk'I is why will find mode over there and write 'I '
real, the greatest' duality of true manliness. ,can serve as 'horrible etamples.. I tic of such you totes, ty, and humility!'.* eharacterb-. a stop'ilgrf 600 times." went throi,
Louis Koeautn. And the teacher
Sunshine Magazine. sat down and wrote "
1 went
--:' BructBartoo. t : throi,
stop sign five hundred tll1l..." ,

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r.MOSQUITOr Quito, association will be held New Books In Library Recommended: I GAME COMMISSION the same ,day at 12:IS p.nv.at.._ '0',

IPdNAL r MEEToT March 28-Ji at Fort Pierce with (Reprinted from the South wind) NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES OFFICIAL TO SPEAK Chlsholms. V. I
300 .
PIERCE delegate expected Includ- HERE During his appearance hers > "
<,< log representative from Canada, 'This If Use Beginning of a new year, the time to make resolutions The County Agent's ColumnBy Dr. Kennedy will stress the growv"*" ,

48 convention;; ( of UuU e I Cuba, Central. and South Amer and to begin'trying to carry them out. Slipped. in tome when between Dr. I N Kennedy, administrator log need for wildlife conserva,

i1$ s4> Florida Antl- Mo-. ka.i the "I resolve to be in by the curfew hour aDd 1 will itudy L. ,M, Johnson of public: relations for the lion, a closely subject: affiliated with which for 1lwhser"been JJuC '' I' I
i In '48" should be to the effect hat "I will read more -- I
St. tucle County Sanitary District :) more something ( State Game and Fresh Water last 20 years
Issued the invitation A and a wider variety of books in the coming year" Charles r. Fawsett, Jt. of Orlando 'farrow', the same as for 1947. FIsh Commission will be cue..tJpe.ket Dr. L N Kennedy, former'director -
factor In Fort And just to make It 'a little easier to carry out that retolutionliere who has a large acreage In' announcing the goals which ''of'' the Game and Flab ,
Pierce' at Martin ,
REALSTATE i bod for the national successful meet Is s list of suggested books. 'of vegetables In Martin County, were worked out, by the State Schools County High Commission, Is one of the State'sbetterknown ,
fortunate in his
was calling assembly period next
:,we Especially recommended foe senior high school students b Mildred goals committee and conservation au- M
ui sue Florida Anil-l. o- on the market before the crop apluweti Wednesday, He also will '
quito Association Walker "Winter Wheat a naval with a Montana letting, Hen of told weather. Bonn of his toma- by the na'jrmai goals appear thorities. He ls also a former

Pee, former president to honor W. t Iron," by Howard Pyle, fa a story of knighthood that meat every boy cold weather. Some of his toma- committee Dr Noble also predicted i before!!!; the Stuart Rotary Club State! .

would pnjoy a field crate on the Fort Pierce that prices r'celved by
I' Holding of the convention In Every one should st one time of another read a biography of the Market, and he topped the mar. farmers for most products will DANtE"SEYMOUR'S.
\ this section will give a big boost one mss who comet: the closest to symbolizing the spirit of early ket, on several previous accounts average' about as high; u those; II "DINE and :
of 1947 but fluctuate more
to may
olall l klndirsale. 'mosqulto-war-consclousness' _
opertiei America Daniel Boone Stuart Edward Whites "Daniel Boone Wild. than In 1947

1 : It U believed .. erne Scout" is a fascinating account of'the LEo of a very interesting High and employment strong demand, foreign for some relief Prices paid by farmers are! also i AT _

mans expected to continue high in
MULLET SALES products and a somewhat lessening
1 i OKAYED Your rending should not be confined: to novels mysteries or anyone demand for others are the 1948 and may increase some, he INN '

|all! rentals a d insur- Ucensed seafood type of book, it should Include biographies, travel and short stories, major factors to be consideredIn said. .
dealer may Mil mullet Imported historical! novels and poetry. the 1947-48 agricultural out
d. from Alabama during the closed An exceptional! historical novel Is "Black Fire by Covello Nirw- look and production goals for TAX EXEMPTION DENIED T STY, DELICIOUS F0ODMiled

season on Florida mullet Attorney comb. It Is the tory of Haiti when'the Negroes threw off the French Florida, Dr C, V Noble State Tallahassee Although the 'Drinks- Beer Draft
Tom yoke. The hero Is King Christophe,whose showy government started Agricultural Extension Service Salvation Army ls considered a of ,
dward General J, Watson
llapp economist: said today, | /
has out In the interest of the people. Very interesting
ruled. Ht advised 1. T Hurst The high employment in Industry lotlon.
"13 the Odds Edwin R. Embre tells ,the stories of
of the State Board of Censerva. Against by mean strong consumer empt from taxes unless It U used STEAKS and FOOD
Realtor Uon that the legislature did not thirteen Negroes who succeeded Among those whose stories ore told purchasing power, and this will primarily for religious or charitable

intend to prohibit the possession are Mary M, Bethune, founder of the Bethune School for Negroes In call for continued high production purposas, according to Attorney OUR SPEC LTY
PO.:' Arcade BId|. and sale of all mullet during the Daytona Beach" Richard Wright, a writer Paul Robeson, the linger; of food products particularly General }, Tom Wataon

Phone 1 closed: season for Florida then Joe Louis, the 'Brown Bomber "Hiroshima" by John limey fa high animal products that are Jensen Beach \ / SEYMOUR GIDEON

fore, mullet brought In from oi| the recommended list for senior high. .It tells the story of sis/ who produced on Florida larms cr.MS!OF GAYER THOUGHT OwnerIF

Alabama may legally be sold here were not killed when the atom bomb was dropped; a clerk, s widowed I Coupled: demand with'Is the the strong great quantityof domestic haste :: sat eeamreelar 0.4'' 'r..
during that period. and German luet.nr.o i. laying hI4! *( HI" fclirtileklr -
-----_ seamstress, a Methodist minister a .young- surgeon, -.a farm products needed for fit wllllnr..a __T..h.
Catholic priest. foreign relief, and this combination .. none. as net. a. .om.
On the lighter side there's Mamas Bank Account" \by Kathryn is expected to., result\ In a ,11.;:,the::las.,, tka, H,Ilse.r s.tunl M nomI or j I

THOSE Forbes and "Chucklebait by Scoggin. "10<>0 Poems for Chiidren"by strong market for products In Ir misted In.. .,...........". ... but It_I.M.uriwr How. a&.e

Elizabeth II. Sechrist Is on excellent anthology. 'The Silver Pencil" heavy demand in this countryand t. tot i.h.b. peer., .alfor hi. *
....... .. _. .
SENSATIONAL by Alice Dalgliesh ten of the. making of a writer teacher and good included. in the export program (0 .........trip. au..an to" h..1.to .11.nor ehtano se."C.
".' ..... irhiUIt w. .. ...,. IIo I.d.
REYHOUNDS citizen. For girls Junior high age up. .......toIt
"Edna St. Vincent Miflay's Poems" by one of Americas mostfamous Because of high consumption Ie goal f. a. U harp ome ....annlee I d
here and reduction of herds..in H Hti
Sur pnr.n the a asrl.t anNYtl.ew as ,
living poets "Renascence one of her most famous poems.is the g r a I producing sections, .1a .ere pratlee.Ara I e 1 l
I included in the collodion, "Ben HUT" 1 by Lew Wallace reviewedthis meat will be in especially strong bne '' p..,,.? Ye rho I d
:::1 : : .H
... : .,
week, /b a must before graduation. demand. As most Florida meat .._ 'btoeankunb..d. I'I.
NIGHTLY rlrhtw to rahe,
"Human Comedy by William Saroyan Is written In an unusual! animals' are raised on pasture and .- 4... me .'.." ....pun.. wad.Ms. .

RAIN OR SHINE style And for those who like ghost stories; "Great Tales of Terror and feed crops grown in the The .?....... ,-....t., II.pray.....Addy;0' 5r .71: c; Yt l a
and the Supernatural," Wise;'and Chelro's True. Chost Stories." State. Florida farmers are urgedto ..h'.... /ions ...11..., ..,h.irme. ;
expand their Improved -- 1,1b.CHURCHES
FaLatin American students in particular "Liberators and Heroes pastures Y.
AT THE "" from 800,000 to 855,000 i'Pe
of South America" by Marion Lansing, included are San Martin, acres, plant as many' acres of OPTfc. CHRISTt SCIENTIST t.f,..
""TRUTH" itt ft.. ... ,i M a
Olliggins and ,Bolivar. 'h uhi.et 01 I.
as can hogged-oft
peanuts ,.
'.s.._. hl.h _ill .a./wd 'ia.Chrair i'f
Like to teach your pupa f few tricks Then "Training You to profitably, plant as many acres .f Chi." ...."... 'hro..h.., the .."old'
PALM BEACH Sanders ta the book for Or if it's of and other o. aune". Jrnuery ,,.
Train Your Dog" (by Blanche ) you. corn. oats hay feed G".ldt' >n Tut h, Rtudi to .h..
it's W. Anderson's "Heads as possible, hike sweet potato hrMlf, approved ,
horsemanship you're Interested In C. Up- ulttu Cool r .urkmnn
acreage from last year's 17000 ,h.. ......tk not to .err ..him... "hUy
heels Down. I'ldni' in. word of truik UJ Tlm'h' ,
Lindsay to 20.000 so there will be more :sal.) ,
With Father
the "Life ( \
KENNEL Among plays are:
CLUB many of this crop\ for stock feed, and Acme flu <.11tb. hoh\ tamerfa. "/," J
and Russell Grouse) the picture by the same name was bused on L...ofl.Herman ,i. Ui* full...... form.
Increase if possible their numbers M. Hibl.t R.Jofe |I. t|o.. ..,... 0 r'rleht.s
this. Especially interesting to girls Is The Barretts of Warnjwle of hogs and beef cattle. rer or.1./ ..rI, r.w ''h. I YOUR WOME
pl/>ht. Pnlw ih. LoH nab h.rv (
Street, Rudolph Besirr's story of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert BrownIng ,, i
Florida Ine t. hi
As is deficit State In //lh Ms
'Sherwood,* Alfred Noyes, is an old and interesting story of milk production dairymen are ,.......... fit .... "n.se.Il.rr. En'and IC an, BUILDINGS ,WED RtPAIR OR REMODELING

ace 4 Niht1y Robin Hood. The Atlantic Book of Modern Plays" Is an excellent being called on to keep as many w.d works se.PO.h.....lend... I I.Ie truth'ri.hI;(red Paalm.R U hlo: E I

anthology by Sterling A. Leonard. cows as last year and maintain I"t: i-....rMr...... .1 Ire twist' ;. she 1
few books there milk production at u high a i followln." .....>. Inm Ik.. }
These are only a suggested are many more (just .
... .
S 'booh, tl l.. .. "
FIRST ACE :15 level in 1948. "T i and H "HI|
ss Interesting if not more so. The next time you check out a book remember as possible i with' C., N ", fc-rlpt_" hr M... "BILWE ALDWIN
The B'k* 1Md': .: ' 'Variety b the spice of life and make that soon I goal for chickens raised on tMt God I. the andy' Lifo ..* Ih.t tb.
Florida farms in 1948 representsan IJf to Truth mid ......; the dad I I. .I
Increase of about S30.000 over ... ?".... "*. .*">...". ..* ......,.....irt.,
Quinclas Vverv? Race tk.. divine. Truth ..... .., ...>...|"| ARE'FUI"ED IP HANDLE THE JOBWI
Missionary Tells of Unique 1847, while commercial broiler .1 I trrar and km. ii,. .Icl1(7I ,1".1,
production has. been set at S; 'Y
ail i Double 2iW afld 3r4 Races 000,000, the same number as for GUARANTEE OUR WORK 1
/ Inflation Carpenters J ocalil I
Method to Whip chickens raised on farms NO J 00 LARGE -WO JOB TOO SMALL
Spring truck crop goals for
No minorsVadftiitted Florida call for 3,800 acres of WI
By ALTON L. BLAKESLEK l sized shells for small l purchases.But lima beans, an increase of '6.8 Okella 1j : Business 11
he did have some' old cent over 1947 28000 Agent StUR Phone 44W. WRITE ORi SEE
{ per ; acres
CIublpve Service I Jan. J3. (W! ) On e, i
Chicago -
newspapers and magazines.. And< of snap beans, a decrease of 11.8 i Meets ht 3rd Thursday j I IE.
to whip inflation and th
way the natives had grown fond of I
per cent, 800 acres of cants nights 00 an Hall 2 '
high cost of living merely with I
V 8. cigarettes paper-wrappe loupes, same as 1947.' :. 4.500 acre miles th Fort
pieces of old newspaper,:was ra' ones when American soldiers of celery. Increase of 2.3; 8.000 0 Pierce, A. 'BILL" ALDWINSALERNO s
on 01 ixie .
ported today by Abraham L. Ol hway..
had been stationed there. They '
acres of cucumbers, same as 47:
low of New York University's department Carpe era and Joiners of I '
wanted paper to use for their -
1,500 acres of eggplant, Increase }
/ of economics home-grown cigarettes, Instead Amer are mftted to attend I P. O.
our idlf of 30.4 per cent; 300 acres Iceberg BOX II FLA.
moneyCan It'! a story of shell money losing of wrapping the tobacco in a leaf. lettuce, Increase. of 140 percent ...nthly meetings. I
value Just like American as they formerly had done ; S.000 acres of peppers, decrease "
dollars and Russian rubles, and A brisk trade flourished, and of '.1 per cent; ,12001
of a missionary rescued frqm In a single day Father Rolls reported acres of tomatoes Increase of
poverty by newspapers sudden! getting a ton of food for 30.4 pr cent; 45,000 acres of watermelons .
a worth five pounds of potatoes old newspaper pages, Oltlow said decrease of 10 per .
for' half t page The missionary, lets the natives cent. 1 1 Y

21 It happened among the Mount set the rate of exchange. "whichIn There being no practical way
Hagen tribes In Central New practice Is based on the size. of controlling production of citrus .
Guinea Oltlow told the anthropology of pages of the New York Times. fruits, pecans and Lung nuts .4 f ,
section of the American "A quarter sheet of this newspaper !
Per nrn' no production goals were set fohem.
Association for the Advancement will buy three pounds of ). Because of reduced fertilizer CHAMPION F RIDA SPECIAL
of Science at the annual meet- sweet potatoes, or two lx-foo! lli
n of
I applications, production Dstsl po <>ij, rtMrwil wttknur .al-sewved mM all P.N. '
Insure i iAc ''Saaun ings Ing.inflation lengths of sugar cane or eight citrus probably will not Increase each streamliner t* e to NM Yet, flu "Aral
hit the tribes which ears of corn, or a large bundleof In 1948 u much as it might New Yek,2 lull.lMtk Trnrn fit tl wet Twin", M
are "one of the last In the world( firewood. A half sheet of the, The 1948 goal for gum naval hoi crt, twt Smog tart dmmg COT sad ,basnaees.
to come under the influence o f New York Times obtains a larg
lit stores is 89.000 units, an Increase
Federal Savings i d Loth Insurance Corpora- modern Industrial society," when bundle of sugar cane, or a larg t of 31 per cent, while the goal forlumber
n insures individual I coUn to $5,000. Husband white men came In 1933: he said bundle of bananas, or about flv : Is 600000000 board feet.

t wife may have tots ,of =1 poo, fully Insured The natives use ,shells u rounds of potatoes, or a hal, a decrease of '7.7' per cent. The
f'brat Federal savings ceount ire legal Investments money Gold-Upped sheila and day's labor cutting the mllalon.tation' I goal for pulpwood >Is 950,000

Trust Funds, u we I as Fun held by Guardians, largo. saucer-shaped ones roughly lawn cords, increase of 1ST per cent -- t y
Iminbitrators and Ev utors. correspond to dollars while All this shows, Oltlow. said,,that from '47.Bright. '
smaller onea were like pennies many things must be consideredn t leaf tobacco acreage for

Cal or W e and nickels. The white men studying the economic systemf 1941 has been set at 18,S48. a decrease -
brought In so many shells to pay such a society like physical, of IS.T per cent from '47, i
for labor that the shell money enYlronmentllISIt.ltutionailorcei., and the acreage for other types VACATIONER
D T depreciated In value But the custom ,tradition, and moIVV MIAMIAN
!habit bf tobacco U 4000, which in*
iRSTSavings ERALition ". .... .: Dwnl owtitd tntntt sett s Dnwl esd .
r. atlvei stared. on use y tutu "luwuvn*, VtVMVMftlCnalysls eludes a l -per cent iix-reino iu saci.. I ma p wM .N / N.assrr
a. Mars in New Yek sw.
Undard. could profit from the ;
wrapper type leaf acreage sad Wsthis5ses; Taas,,
Loan One shell used to buy a 200- lessons to be learned as a result, The harvested peanut acreage LM.I< sad tkrwih hgassa tarns,e car, set sblseaes. '
an< pound pig With shells more of such studies." i goal for 1948 Is 73528 Peanut I* Wnkuisloi.,. t r ee

of In< n River; C my ilentiful., the natives plugs ,What newspaper Ink tastes liken acreage allotments for 1948 have
irtces.. Two shells for a a cigarette the .missionarydidn't been suspended by the secretary -
VERO1220th 'ACII, IDA smaller pig Some of the natives sayROPERTY, of Agriculture however

Street Dial(,2157Ick became millionaires. Jingling The 1948 spring pig crop goal
shells, they went to nearby tribes, OWNERS hu been set at 105,000 sows toINKS
K. W. Sod Secretar Treasurer buying pigs and wives A chief AIDED BY LAWYERS : 0

Member Fedora.] om* Loan B k and Federal' could afford to buy 10 wives. Instead > TITLE GUARANTY, i

Savings aj Loan Insura| ;a Corp; Within of three the Hagen area however Florida property' owner can FLORIDA 'SPECIAL OUBiE RACK HAVANA SPECIAL

'urrcnt divldem ate. the depreciation/ of shells hue title searches lawyers of (WnkMftM SKIM) Distil.pwsr.d l-
their choice financially guaranteed .N.isllmae Se Wall. N MX [M wash IkrMsk MMM -,
the local missionary. Father ROU E
aW Mmdvil
under the Lawyers' Title ftM, CM/1Mtmg MIwivitk WMhag- MclMM i
trams for New I.ela"d Ut CMtkMa se Jaduesediee,4
Guaranty fund established last eths, pasta. > 4 N > Ink,
tY US week C. Clyde Atkins, State Junior l.aat: -'-- ,allm, lffil78igg11AW'""
bar president reports

WE MAY AVE WHAT YOU NEED State Member Bar Association lawyer must be be expert-at the. REDi MlONCR ERE YOUR CHOIC OF FINE TRAINSVIA

Fhon need in title examination and ,
meet other requirements spec!. rtfDRIDA EAST C AST RAILWAY '
fled by the fund. The fund larganised O INC Ad ATLANTIC COAST LIKE < ;

3551 sis a business trust un. S LCO
der Florida law. IFLOtIDa rienos Navaua ,
Raymond Barnes executive 00115,108tM ECIStM14MIU indsk itMTiomi .OIAL ,

secretary-treasurer of the trust RETEB L.. STUATA ,/as1# AMt''J; '144PM' Sissrm, SIISFM ).J4IAM: f t
II negotiating with a casualty Insurance -
'l BD\UItI TAINTS company to Indemnify CKS ..: Aukesilis aahrgad'.A, ja. ,,,: :JUKI: 8S2i: : 6.45 6 Sal PM AM |t:g Ah4 PM ttSKi;: (.MAMWiOPM ''! f
claims against the lawyer fund
SASH DO uI'LASTR' irxste. talbl1.25/ AM' IWM > 2S AM 11* AM 'JorM: IIS AM '
up to 810,000,000. ... .
STEEL UMINUMW ? .t f'Vf: AM 1 HI JUsA J-iil
fM3J 42) PM 45T AMTMAM '
A.. N ....
Yet ..
"The plan will give the added 4r ) ? W4S AM us PM PM 413:! PM ',
CZDNT'nooamo security of dollars and cents WSMAS l

tacking to lawyers' opinions on

AIDING Use and give the advantage of For Informtaion and reservations Telephone 25
allowing the client to deal directly DITEEMEMT *

with the, lawyer Atklnaid

(obe Spund Lumber &Supply Co. Inc. &Atkln. .formerly'' practiced inStuart

prior to moving to Miami Plots T748 Fort Pierce FLORIDA EAST.COAST RAILWAY

a few years ago.


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-- f .__'' STUART _'lttWS.II'1t1J.IT.__.. _, __ ___. MARTIN COUNT FtORfD, THtM DAY, lANtAHf M,'1MI '
f Manager
In fair
r "
E:, Williams of the summated
and most I
I ... sUted. ,
r -- -
-- -- state Farmers
REST ROOM CLEANLINESSAn JD. NIPPER, JR.U.J'iIWtRRtD r - MCCARTY PLAN at 78 toT 10 per cent Volume for plants available far WIU""I
this) 1s
: : TO US had beD expected to wher necessary
appeal was made this week the week had not completed:
"' crates. Springplanting ) :
I 40.000 to 41000
to operator of tilling stations Cpl Jeffery"D. Nrpf r Jr sonof WINS SUPPORT run tomatoes\ came thru the spring erop
and other establishments by the ; Mr and Mr*,Jeffery D Nlppei' -
Florida State Board of Health to of Palm City recently was transferred GET' SURE CONTROL OF.
"clean Up their rest room and I from Azores Air Transport it4 iii- .,
keep them clean" David 8 %.H. Station on Tercelra Wand, OF THE ACED )M'NW' rt* W1REWORMS
chief sanitary engineer_. for the : Azores, to D 8 Air Fore, ;Zone u jj MBW )van
rrAG ---- ------ ------- I| of Interior for duty' with the At. I CABBAGE> CATEBraiAHSCUC carwojrMt

Untie Division Air Transport Fort'Pierce--Among the many,
Dr. Harry Semones Station Wettover Field, Chicopee many letters arriving! dally at "Torips 1CK and Many Other Truck rap pdAO
Oteop4hic Physician. [I Palls, Man Corporal Nipper Oovmor h e a it- C
has served with the US. Air I McCarty'for signed ) CHUG ANE
m14 I Force for a period of two years quarters was one Tuesday
Victory Vlotel Arcade Land has been stationed In the by 48 people In Clearwater declaring
7"s i At's II: Azores ,since April,! 1847State :- the group was workingfor THE CROP-SARC INSECTICIDE

span Ph .353Residen Halth Department, laid Dan McCarty, because "he Deadly to sett ln/0 t pests---eafa( l crop,
I ,' abT: I who had In r comniidxi/Jeu90t, Tomo
: candidate ttildwY
the only
that all aanltarlaru have was
county I to lhrt wttkt .
Wlttfacil Phone port > *> (vU4,
a II been urged to make routine a program of old-age assistant kumlul build f Iron sucetwlv ( .?.
23 kJ ihock on ,public rest room In In his platform! .eats-dNa a f cavar lubweui crop
albl Stuart, lorida I their area to see that high Standards The letter went on to say the Available la 1 lo Hlng brad. oUnMctl'idHwd
Asp of cleanliness are maintain -in w.sable r ,dusts and tmuliittu
I *d. state had neglected Its aged peo- Ask tour deal., let IhtnI Indq!
ple (pensions have not kept a. Ce sore the -I states platy "could"l
\ ..r" f Cbioed.aa'. ker* en n* subitlluttt,
) and that
br ut of rising prices '' "t
LIST youil Rooms, Apartments and Resstal I- the group was glad to supporta /f eelm4 MAN s W,,
'. Homes witff ui. man who saw their need and %oao,tiC gevea, COLOMAOO

L. FULFORD f it promised to do somethb about

URANIUM I PLANT This. b the gue.ns hessian! plant for production of a.luJa.3S The letter closed with a promise
.d('ul at Oak Mdf, Teu. Tb. big. bvlldlnf. .to 1,451 feel lung and 400 feet.hlrf.In ._ that those signing and their

BtfINi SEt.LI friends, were contacting thousands .- -.._'
l i l' >PEltry Beach EVENTS FOR STATE of people In Florida and

321 fCorth[rite V.('O.E..t.rj Jensen 6ofTop10( FAIR ARE LISTED for urging governor support. of Dan McCarty From 4he/1 I sit &y Joe Marsh

i hone Tampa, Jan 22 (FNS)-The i)
.Stuart, JOINT LEGIONAUXILIARY Movleso17 Great Seldcn, who performs aerobatics -
atop a 185 ft pole, will ...;.-

MEET A recap on the results of a nationwide 'be a feature performer In frontof Jacksonville Jan. 22.-"Tender W FroK Sheepskin to Sheep
surely of motion picture the grandstand during the vegetables suffered severe and

Highest Cish For / our Car critics and reviewers to determine dally programs of the Florida In some instances disastrous! .

SET TUESDAY the 10 beat picture of State Fair Feb, I.... damage from the last w-ek cold books,ef emiverMtloB and .a lees i i
wave, but at the week-end re Thera steal los wen' vg. I
WON'T |AKE: FIVE: IINUTES 1947 shows six of the films appeared Slden performs his stunts at from State-operated marseta grsAttMUoiiftowa.C b at aloes) glsie/ ., beer with' friends'

a that B, (IUKIOTTE HEM 1KB at /Stuart lyric Theatre I an altitude higher than those of I Indicated most areas had thinking,yes...but teat W eat Semis as If,Just by!bash ifg? their
We can pay you .;). p. A Lit for your cat which during the year and at least two his rivals stop the high poles harvested a good percentage of Iran bigb school Into fa ing education postponed, theyVt J>v*

ii at much a. 'jj'>u can Mt anywhere and The iegolar. !, meeting of tlv 0"the other four will be> shown I Manager ? T Strtedersald. His their winter crops, and that hsrnlnth tlBi| Jad 're a feigner value on It... and ..

STAY \tJTHIrjJTHE LAW Amrur.n J( I,.'gum Auxiliary was In the near future, Manager ,, dally performances" are capped which plantings for spring production Ne like Dick Y seam ., thing like temperance (that glut
by a slide nor life : had not been quite as hard hit veterans of beer,for insUnet),undtnuniIntr
SUNRIS tTOR CO. held 11\ TtI\\l1 Hall Jan 12. Mem- I Wayne rage announced this I belden, clinging by his teeth to as the older growths;' said William who's 2J;butgl *tollegt lor* And
bership o hat i 11 r m a n Dorothy week the end of a rope, Is shot down L. Wilson director of State the C.I. Bill of Rigkf. Intend .o'' when Ioltitlaen Dick

311. S th Dixie I Siroirc reported! we have (tone I AH of the top three "Best I to earth. Markets, today -Weather cortdttlonj be a slwep farnwr-fut a bet from shetpikln-the wont bare ftt M
over our quota In membership.Lori Listing for Infield attractionsare scliufwi far
last fall delayed plant- Informed, more '
Y!ars of Our Lives, "Jolson
Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 aloe Mirtdltlon the much time. H.11 i b* an even better
i was appoint not complete but already bof
harve.t.Inl I
I Etory" and The Yearling I Inns, and consequently with more know-
I ,d ehcu man f fur Poppy Day yes I have appeared here In addition Watkins family of Tampa, with had been pushed over Into I And Ttttrsu lilt l>kk areat I fimwr, than his Dad. (Exacty
'lerday trained chimpanzees and what Dad wanted I 1))
v ''lO three of the next seven : their the winter season farther than. late f m.libel lift
An invitation from Harold Boomerang." Crossfire and dogs, have been booked; also would normally be the case. ting snjlhlnc
MAN/ PAINTED Johns 1 Auxiliary to spend social and his circus band, KUmitiim they al l| themselves S]
ADYIAIISIMO.w a Miracle on 34th 8tr et: ," Two of I Merle Evans : 'I would not attempt to min txerclM, 8 e ;fAut.
evening with them Tuesday was the missing four Brief Encounter and the Uncle Hiram and Mi- imize the seriousness of the cold la thi torn tlnfM .. <
copied and about six member! randy comedy team. There will which has \
I and Odd Man Out, werereleased I wave destroyed many
I will, attend Child w'Ifare chairman late In the year Page be fireworks nightly. thousands of bushels of 'tomatoes .. '-e .gris 19",united/ S_ Batters Fe* Jau*
Jennie Jackson reported said but, the latter will show There will be afternoon auto and other produce. The -- .- .... -
," ., about 600 coupons have been her* within five weeks, he added. races.on opening day and again loss Is bad- for the grower, and
,I I sent to the department to help The other and "Great Expecta Feb. T and Feb. H bad for the consumer How ver,
purchase the necessary Items at tions" are British Urns which The complete: list of Fair wlnttr production of tender
'i a: 235 Old Dixie Hi-way the hospital for crippled chllj probably will coma here this year ':days as revised last week, follow crops Is a. gambl, and, the
StuartPHONE j dren A check for $20 was sentto at an undetermined date, Page *' bad fall weather made' LIT LE e
the Jensen Community Tuesday, Feb. S: Auto Race of I than I II
said. The fourth missing film It more a gamble
276 Church to help In the purchase Lif- With Father will show Day, Charlotte County Day, normal, for this crop.year. The STROKES I
it their heating syst!m, here In the very near future" American Day.Wednesday fact that this killing cold came
Alter the meeting adjourned. Feb. 4: 4-H pan-I
Page said"FRMON I several weeks later than It could
J ref srmients were enjoyed Day. HUlsborough County Tei
: normally be expected has givengrowers Great Oaks
TOPIC GIVEN Thursday Feb 6: Thrill lOlleompensatlon for
Civile ; Mrs Adolph Hertel was hostess Day, Livestock ,(dairy ) their fall damage and as I fold
; Your ToSailsport to her bridge club at Seymour Dr. Charles A. Carrie! will Day pall County Day, cattle'j In the beginning. there Is evidently '..
Inn last Tuesday afternoon Two I speak on the beatitude, "Blssed: County Day a possibility that spring, A w'lt h with the
tables were In.play after which Are They That Hunger and Friday, Feb. fl: plantings have not been Irreparably *cc npli hnwne of so many
Restaurant refreshments were j:rre4) Those Thirst After Righteousness" at Highlands County Day, Livestockbeef : : Injured" Wilson said I
: t tt. attending were Mrs. E. J. Ward, ctl r age things h Uftu -
the 11 am. Presbyterian Church ( cattle) Day Harvesting of a peak velum of
; Mn Seymour Oldeon Mrs, Lewis I service 'at the Woman Club Saturday, Feb., 7: Auto Races tomatoes In the Fort Pierce area .5' adequate iuacUctkm

lj Just South of Frazier; Creek Bridge'1 on U, S. 1 Mrs Gamble R S.Mrs Robertson C. H Miss Alderman Elizabeth Sunday. Mri Ernest Davis will Day, Future Farmers Day. Gads- was brought, to a standstill/, foe ass l lewd DM*
sing Malottes Lordl Prayer" den County Day.
heavy rain early In the week and ,r Latsac.,wick) s LIT. of Coc] Isnmsc policy
Robertson and tlvz boetesi Feb. I: OasparUla
I IA Monday cold later causing damage to themidwinter
f FOR : Mrs Rex Graham and little Miss Jane FeUner has turned Day Manage County Day, Indi- which Manager the older MubU he< a fund foe his ] >mJly i InuwduM me
r crop
I .
t. daughter, Vicl, of
Philadelphia 1
County Day
from Rochester N Y.. where an River is et greatest octd.TU a begins H too*)
REAL HOME COOED MEAL anted I last week to spend a Tuesday, Feb. 10: Governors
/ mouth' wild her parents, Mr\ and she relatives spent the holiday season with Day, Thrill Show Day, Marlon. The tJiiir1 or paltry fa 1 lased.but b pcM'hethM foe r :d* bit M a MrS L Jon s Franklin County snds b* rest M IBIof tat, let s friMdly
County Day, yaw [
.. TRY I Mr and Mrs, P E. Ward. have
spending return from Canada where Day, Lit Georgia Agent work out s lift I suaap program
., n,loin i l1 New York visiting, Wednesday, Feb 11: Jndlvldual -; I
her daughter, Mrs Viola Whltt- I they visited for a month. I Exhibitors Day aslc Fog Ir wit you today.

r. y" SEA FOODS car, and her sister, Mrs. Hors n. entertain-ad : Thursday Feb. 12:Shrine Day' ByNAME
I Mrs Joe Woods'! of Robe Sound I ternoon In honor of the 6th, Polk County Day, Hernando] II
'i d BENJAMIN GODOARD i and Sam Whlttlmore of Miami I County Day.Friday .
Prop, birthday of her son, Larry After II'
'I were quests of Mr and Mrs A. feb. 13: Thrill Show
: I enjoying several I games Ice
_Taube-"Saturday. __._ ____ I cream cake and candles was Day Saturday, Volusla Feb.County 14:Auto Day Races I 1 1v
ABSTRACTS served to the children. Those
CROWS Day, Everybody Day
TITLES attending were Alvin and John ono rs lass[ peas pe r

ABSTR CT & TI E INSURANCE CO., INC. 'Hendry on. Mary John Ann Helller and Jimmie and Tubble H at YOUTH HOI'H PROGRAM I'

10 ctory Arcade I DuBrule. !>IT: AT CIVIC CENTER:

uart, Fla I Mr and Mrs Charles Munch
of Langley, S. C., are announcing Youth Hour, a community
1 USE OUR AfeSTRAC JS i the! arrival of a baby daughter program of youth held for
This Is the second grand youth which l will ,

T EY COST NO MORE daughter of Mrs. C. H. Munch.Mr. at the Civic Center Sanders Feb. 1, ,: I
r and Mrs Frank Shasek at 1:30: p.m. Harold O BANK 0 EY ORDERSEconomical
former Army chaplain: I I well-
Our PliVt Is Doft>I I. Checked From the Records and takn Mrs the LUka Ward of cottage Chicago In have Rio known among students at

v LOCAl ATTOsWEYS CORDIALLY INVITED for the season Gain:svllle, will be guest speakerand

:' TO USEBDUR OFFICE 'PLATS AND SURVEYS :, Mrs Frank Palmer ;and sonIn the high school band will \ .
f' -law and daughter, Mr. and play Adults are welcomed The
Mrs Pat Waldron, left last week committee in charge Is composed low'cost makes
'I for Lansing and Flint, Mlch., of Mary Melle Burgess, Emily ,
after visiting her parents: Mr Mnrrloon, Lurline Greens Mary the difference
and Mrs. C. Winowleckl, and Coleman ana Dr. Charles A. Car-
TEREAST family, riel. x worth, saving
1 jL Mr. and Mrs. Steve Winowleckl '.
are visiting their uncle/ and aunt '.. ,' ..
Hard ed Mr. and Mrs. C Winowleckl Convenient !a ,
',' : They are from Houghton Count ,
ty, upper peninsular of Michi
; For E ert Advice Consult gan. This la their first visit with buy the ap, 3

< the Winowleckl since 1818 t ) ej/duri 'ill 4
t Mr and Mrs. 1. Justlce and m

''t: F. KEITH daughter, Carolyn Joe and Anita v bank! hours ,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
P IERCE, !FLORIDA 1. A. Kllng of Hollywood. t'I
j Mr and Mrs Elmer JJeWltt
:; have as their guests Mr. OeWltt t .
.. COAST AttR CONDITIONING CO. brother-In-law and sister, Mr I Safe -
and Mrs E. T Stange, and

530 SOUTH 4th ST, daughter; Bonita, of Chicago. easily replaced
PHONE 884 or 532-W Mr and Mrs W, T Alexanderof ,
; Chicago are spending a few "He's ewWe'll if lost or stofen .'
weeks at Sago Bands '
II + '

I SEE I T Ive or worn '1 ,(
:.11'a fatigued; ti "secondwind" 1 UY THE ERE! s '

ride like b d-n 1 Bring
'o,1 ROAD THIS INTER, RIVE IN FOR OUR FAMOUS 'TIGHT- In your d to -barestoday.



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art Reca'Service Umber) Th Federal Reserve System, and Federal pos Insurance
WI E'YMOTOR' CO. Corporation.

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'i I ARTHUR AtJSBORN" AND RUSS WILEY' son'a Secvioi Sta nsae. e.Th.. ..kot 1 lnonal Service"

North Federal Highway
Piton. 251'tie else asrse, .1.

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A t Land '">. *>.-"* record FOB FULLER WARRENDavid i' //4 Stuart Boys HERE FEB. 9 13 '

v fber'of candidates for public Marshall Stuart attorney i Salerno I Civic AssociationI ,I I $1 j :'

t L will stimulate a record vote will manage the Martin WRRasMAEDERFUNERAL = = Vie in Auto The Florida Board of Health's I k 't A.:...
[ May primaries," County campaign for l'uUer :UIR' I 11111811 I III I(IIII I IIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. / 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIS X-ray unit to be in Stuart Feb.
M coming Warren. B-13 be stationed In Stuart
t first eandidau to; MRS. GLADYS FERRY the work the have I i
cooper By H. townspeople Model Contest
from I to S p.m. each day and
f 1W for Governor uiA folinii Mar than 60 students art en. HELDSATURDAY Th family gathering aroundthe so faithfully done in making the I rYERI31
: in the outlying district from Phone 2498 Boa No. 2 i :
swing ever the Central rolled\ In the Syracuse University hearth tare town attractive and bet. ,
I was a very comfortable \ more a t to 12 a.m tt vlll be in colored BEA I, FLORID ;
T Lower> West Coast tountles. ski 'hoot. experience this past ter place for ." ryone. This Is ', Detroit, Jan. 23.-four Stuart: town the last day. The unit'scomplete 4Mr
week for all of consideringthe a tremendous program we have
. ON us listed schedule will be announced Tl I i
north Winds and dropping assumed a* temperatures, too one could be and In order' to accomplish it from throughout the United :.
I Miss ,
BEER and ALE Flora Stanley county
B* MRS. O. a leave it. successfully take Asphalt and bum i1.
1 QUIGLEY blamed for refusing to will States entered In the J948 Fisher health nurse, stated that eight
.$4.50 Per Case It was good however to find e.very' minute everyonecan Body Craftsman Guild competition months have elapsed since the for fl a
1I Funeral services were held Saturday nearly half the membership of glv; through the year. A for designing and buildingof unit was In Martin County and Plastic and Al um p; 1
Schlit. PabtlTBuclweiser and Miller Ittgh Lift at*] pm. at John's Pun the Salerno Civic Association In half xtoten pair of hands Isn't' : model autos. that there will be a period of at Well Ti! {,i

DELJCI|>U3, TASTY SANDWI IES oral! Home for W. R. Uaedir b, attendant Jan. 14. in consideration enough for this Job. It means / \least a year before it will\ arrive Floor Sanding ''"
of the fact that a full everyone will have to put his The Stuart entrants are Michael
in and a l r your favorite leer ajd Sandwich I the Rev Phil Maxwell of the again. The public ls urged to ',I 1
rep | and the shoulder to the wheel with full
not <
body was present, F parkins> 713 Slypman take advantage of this free X- Cleaning ",
nljr of Parking Space* I First Baptist Church of Stuart. matters at hand! were of vital cooperation Continually Stop Blvd., Loreni .Y, Vollrath, Jr., Ill ray service!, especially those ,15' Bulldog Con a Forma ,',.
: Maeder died San 11 at 1:30 President Charles and realize that at the beginning
: Importance
p m ; to 44 years 01 age.ROTARY .
Akron Ave.. Victor V. Vollrath, '
OUTPDST LUNCH BAR Conrad talked over the current Of 1949 when look with prideon j t
whop! the car In which he was you --- -- -- ----- Steel forme red conCrete. : J
a. I INDIA"TOW" LOAD Issues, but refused to have business the new Community Building 311 Akron-Ave., and peorge D. Us. r eate Save :- t
tiding was hit by the southbound y n
"SOLD' C WILUAMI P"NNERSPRJ voted upon at that meeting. with attractive surroundings anda Wells Box 1119. LUBSTUAAw I
Champion. He,was born Jn New In his discourse he told of the clean town, you can say, "I The Craftsman's Guild t 11 offering | money, erial d man i

I lock City July 28, 1151, and earn Jan. 12 meeting of the board of had a hand In that job," and a total 0' /$6.000 in 'f, .0' HM<. wi\>,,'*Ur apes il.tsIHISHty hours. I :

to Martin County: about. 13 years' directors at his home, and of the be proud and happy to be a part awards Including ergnt university / ., ', ". fiAUif M'S IJ-tin''111.'' SPAR I'TE PR CTSSERVIC I I" \ '
G MATTRESS scholarshifSntf the boys who '
He has been several plans and suggestions the ot .ILw!
r ago. a resident o'
board had to offer Salerno citizens it.Mentioning again the |mpor. design and buikt-the best model lURRWkl nwaat aft.I. (
and '
Salerno", ) for the past six years. for their approval regardIng lance! of keeping the highways cars this year. Entrants art between I U uwrp k

1 BOX 1 SPFflNG devoting most of his Urn to \ 1948 objectives. It was hoped attractive and neat. President the ages of 12 and 20 and '---- r I 1t1 1 ,
I 6 gardening raising flowers and that at last night's meeting the Conrad requested each and everyone : are divided into Junior and senior I' ::=: !I I
I on enjoying life. following Issues could be voted to) be careful about refuse. divisions. The Stuart entrants t<< C'1 .(' a rya w a alCC1 i t.r n I t
upon to get Immediate work on Bury It or* dump it out of sight/ will compete! first for the 14 ; ;
$69.501 Value $ J 950 He U survived br an only son\. State awards offered In Florida.
> the projects! under wa,: of the traveled roads. We hope i
Glenn R. Maeder, who Is a- bank 1. Decision on a site 'for local shortly to be able tQ announce The top Junior and senior winners I A HEW PLACE TOg .
TW4 OR DOUBLE E clerk |In Chicago, and three ing th> Salerno I Community where the town dumping alt? I then will vie with other : '

Ft. Pirce Sleep /Shop grandsons was, at,Fern also of Illl Chicago..Cemetery BurIal t In- choose Building from.Thar are three to 'will The be association located. Is sponsoring i :regional boys from honors neighboring, and 40 States regional for i iI i'i "The 8 Barrel So$ Shop"V a I' :

Stuart Glenn Maedef wishes to I winners will receive free trips to
Pierce, Flo. ft 120 N. 2nd Sf Phone 710 2. To decide about the type of the March of Dimes drive In ,
art thank the the national Guild convention to ,
neighbors and friend building\ to be built: its Use, design Salerno, Mrs Conrad I Ia the oM 1:1 i
of his father for their kindness, and accommodations. I IS. chairman she has asked that I compete for one of the eight il Th Only Fountain ytft Shop I

thoughtfulness\ and sympathy In routine stop and university scholarships t!
Methods of raising funds our busy we Qeadllne for shipment of mod- for Miles and lea '
of those so_ suddenly b 4
, : Mr. and Mrs Dry 111. Oruwellof necessary.4. Work committees appointed. stricken think with polio and give all ,11s is July t. Sf| On U S. Hi way No 1 Hobe Sound f
md GWEENLEESEnf otturowa. Iowa called Mr
fUGATE on i
| .Conrad pointed out again the we possibly can. One can never ---- t
and Mrs Schamrock
Jerry las
week. Immediate need for such a build- tell when the dread disease may t aw'.(!C t.I.( f.C t(14 1 t,
for association strike a community, and one In
Not only
inetriiJJ, Surveying, flue Prints John Wallace and tlhug ing. II'
meetings and functions but for our midst may ned to call on
of bland
Harker' N. CoO
such as the 4-U the assistance of the facilities
Estimate Kubmittd oJ Request spent a few days last weak at youtb groups Scouts, this fund affords to combat the '
Ctrl and
club I'
Po the vta.home, of Mr. and Mrs.. Claude the Home Demonstration group illness. Everyone please coop INSTITUTIONAL APPROVEDac ON4.0SM rut IMgINcTeucrlore INIndISsow St. L icie/Kestaurant :,:111 :

03 E. 4th St.
Daytona Beach called on MrsSmith's It was also stated that ttv association Mr. John Rotten showed colored NOME iCN ICOFFERIN I Ider t tip Management of b
HONE 3Dur parents Mr and Mrs C should sponsor a !Junior, movies of Salerno: also some of j 'Tuft cooeOE 0sOuL JVNDY I
C. Jacobs Sunday. organization, reiterating the responsibility the! shrimp boats, and sharks at NEAR T VA OFF TSIMAS t,
Emory: DeLoach. who accora of the older people' sea. They were very Interesting SERVlfc .JH1E BEST OF FOOD '
panled Andrew Fltts of Hobe
to offer guidance to the younger and a pleasant surprise to all i A TRlAjftviLL CONVINCE YOUSPBCjiAL 1
Sound\ to San Diego, Calif., thru Who attended. Mrs Morfenson I If
in town.President
the holidays to bring his trail' group spoke with prld oflllllllllllllillllllllllllillllUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIII served coffee and cookies LUNCHEON 75c ... t .
and wife to Florida, arrived home --- r I .
MSchi a Shop last week having spept 10 day IMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII Illlllll i Reque A For Special Dishes Filled i 4 I

with his brother Jesse, and fam-
lly in San Jose. To VeteransLloyd
of Interest ill
Fully Equlpp to h die any type of Mrs. Emory DeLoacb spent. the Notes liinilimMmmiUimillMpllUIIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllHII I IIimilllllllllllJ "V
holidays In Rabies,da., with her V. A. Contact OfficerAt
fetal Work. Bri Farm II.Ilardy
ryouihaV Machinery parents Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Bnnett. .
office of H.' R Lowery, Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarters
epairs to Us. a skilled opera. She also visited her sister. 11:30-3:30: : p. m. Monday 10S Atlantic Ave. O f ft

>r in charge. ,I It's n/ade/ of metal and Mrs Macon.J. W. Qa.Crawford and familyof _iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililllliMllillllllll...........,.mn..nn .... lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllIThousands H/ i Watch Band Broken? |

Mrs Thomas Horan of Salerno of veterans will get priced. At the same tiro It protects I
Beds Machine k, lee Us. Shores was hostess of Mrs. Pete new homes this year through the the Government by making M t "
Shor \pf Hobe Sound with a surprise loan guarantee provisions of the certain that the property will II
birthday party at Mrs 31 Bill. A Government guarantee bring a good price should the .,i 54 M STUAST JEWEL SHOP TO. 3 o,.pyg
Shor'a. some Thursday 'after oilers a veteran a better veteran default on his loan. 5TH T 1 r 1 DAY hr wikh ws.b. U M col 5tlM Ii

SERVICE Inc. noon. Games wire., played and bance for credit with his lend CITY C M SIGN f M e..e r.e'U e.d ., e .e win.I .
TUARTMAPh gifts\ presented. Coffee and cake ing.lnstltutlon 'and provides for Q.-If the wteran'. does default I S '" : .f M> Mae at.wem..IIy BS. I
wert served. Other guests were a low Interest rate over a period and the VA pays off the Regular'Mee gs .. prk-.
33 Mrs. Jack Saundenon, Mrs Barry ot many years guarantee ,U tile veteran liable j
Hollowajr, Mri Mary Chandler Any .' e H ria n Investing the for the \loss sustained by the 81 P. M2nd I i

Mrs R. R. Merritt., Mrs many; thousands of dollars Involved Government? d 41WEDN !
..... Rasmus Mortensen and Mrs Roy In building or buying a AYei, in the vent of default SD4Ys ,I
B.! Decker and,, Mrs Charles Con.' home should learn about the the VA attempts to see STpARTJEWEL SHOP
rad of Salerno Shores .' provisions of the GI Loan-what that the property la sold at a fair Stuart ity }la | [

Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Decker: It mean and what it does not price where there is as little loss 5 tl S
and son of Rhinebeck. N. T,... are; man for the veteran. Her are as possible. The veteran' however OughXerton Bldg, Stuart Fla.OM = 11
I now occupying the L e onar d I the answers ta questions about ., 1 III held responsible! far Public Always Weloferne I
smith'cottage D-'ar the Baptist Ql loans that many: veterans ask whatever\ loss t the Governmentdoes ( HBgBBl gii lirlllllllllflllllllMIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIII IIIIIMIMIIIIIII
Church. Decker U postmaster In regularly,: ) sustain.
d. Rhinebeck and brother to Roy Q.-.Doe" 01 loan mean that BUILDING I'. t.. a/.Ip.nuk.e PERMITSVWGur .. ....*
E. Decker of Salerno Shores the Veterans Administration Sut.dlvl.km. L.t It. llhwk" I. (runet meLi
Joe and Jay Quigley who have house I 11' rifi--.'. .'lll> .It b> .so. '<. CHEVROLETand ,
guarantee that the buys cena..4 7 br is fl. porch. (.
: been lure for three weeks left well built? --- ---._-- J JI
for B(. Augustine Tuesday A.- -It dos not. When the VA YOUTH WEEK BILLED ,

STUDENTS I approves a loan, it simply means Chicago Jan. 22. -- America's ,
that It accept the decision of youth Is Its greatest resource.
u CLUB ENDORSINGDAN I the appraiser that the price represents This Is el opinion of prominent. rtV/rChevrolet
McCARTYfort : I "reasonable value", in citizens whq Have endorsed
4f. ,view of current conditions.Q. Youth Week. This special event
+ ,
Pierce.' : ."Lrxik at what Whose Is it will be observed by some 5,000- I
-- responsibility
000 Protestant young people I
a man. has done In the put If you to' Investigate and see that the I United States and
+ want to. know what h. will do throughout
fi house Is well built, that lumber
next Sunday.
Canada beginning
In the future" ,was., the advice and other materials are of first IS11ST !
given Unlvrslty of Florida student quality '

by Dan Mccarty, eandl- A.,-That ls the responsibility SANTO'SANTIQUE I 'fi'roJuctlor.
date for governor, during a visit ot ths veteran and his lending ;
ttt( his alma mater. institution.
elp McCarty, a graduate of the %SHOj J I Iwlu
Agrlculturf School in 1834;/spoke .-Dots the VA have authority Majestic A'a in PRODUplO! Nn SALES and W R YOUR IOCAI' c::"SlT ,
-.- briefly before enthusiastic students to establish standards of bdu '
101 A.w b.5 1!
ou elf toIaE for-OovernotCiub"who organized on a "McCarty-: tbs cam construction the GI Bill for houses built under I Oil. PaintingsArtists. ored by 'in REGISTRATIONS of (Is oft of trucks = ,:: MN5 : =:.::: : i

pus. This is the first cub| of A- VA's role (s entirely In the BR'k in. and b.ywt .t ....- .predsoAge4 '-'
E student endorsing any candidate field of credit. VA guarantees BricaBracWILEYAMOTOR' end II 1941. ek.w.Iu Mel J,, (,(
PltASANT I ad.d. em ind. -
for governor."intelligent a portion of a veteran's loan. The .
I wry, eaw -.. .N 5. .Md.dry. l.x
voter will elect appraisal required for OI loans FIRST .
MRS. IE I' ZONI In In 1947-eccordisg n Ch.w.a "tea" ""II"-
our next governor.. McCarty serves, a double purpose It prevents Owner Nputt, dies flgur.1. sons.d.w -. ...... ..., tl
LINE added"and they are hot goingto a veteran from buying r _.kww. ... told w.e.4w.p.em !
AR I bj satisfied to let hollow property which la badly over ,pw..d", dori.. a.. J"wwy,1931 5. i
promises sweep them off their FIRST -.,. 1941-.... _..K .fwMixnor
,4 Tuck h cN..In I 1947-ss.rdlnp to pubflgur at Mr Mitafy t
feet. Th Florida voter will elect llirM4pr.dj on **. ......Q y,..et w.. es.... CkwfoM
who Is de.
a honest
Mac DMitox < C mlMoton
pendable and fully qualified to ... 4. ply .,alaful 4or '
lew a little tlma b. a run the state on a business-like FIRST : f
Sal.t In
yg OTNtRfi In Pone r 1947-eeecrdlng J Jl' 1 1lsc.ap
O .
IhbpMnMolMn to w' basis for the good of the people. toe c.iKlgdv. isles ,iM.nl .
sbh.naddtehny! .CHANC! l .

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F I RST IN T In 1 47"-.tewdlng to *

but c clu sales 5(0045. 'I
Mrse.o4mvporly our f ELIASI ,> Ce Liberal FIRST a Mullen Can: .M. Trv.ga In ; :l "Ii i iti

hgsonom.r ass Q T ltNt IN' + D l e-LI cold + p. <. 1947W ccMdlng I* pubHtlwd" f ,
b.IliMWl.9ukk tROINCY E flit Eaay T.r.uA d ems S .... | '
E I''f i
riBpeorlal6s ,
l'I: : t
K .
C WroE FIRST el.l. .ye 5UQ. CetI SdUdlM end 2.li IM G ::1:1"", ",
... 17 r pedd: .. J.nu.ey. bill N. .... j ,, .
[94'-c-'l.I" publl.h..IICIIIeW.Ie) '
ft (I'
omplete cotli qutcVi71iluuret
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boner crake! I you fl K P CAIN D x.0411ODEAR : l : : : iJ +
id laaeatala ijl I. To*.l Trwk PT...- and .... Iw KM i ,
line PUP
yovf party ,, rf 17..,'.. .pwtod. Je"..wy. 111 .N JaiiMwy. j, "
..w' 1 -. I !
II.ISI I t '
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-sf ""t .. .
e infum. of I Fl \ I M Total. Numb... .4 Can .nt4 Trvclrs .. .... i* I '

t -ec50ding.. to fficM .....-w. f*" .
.i(ill,* on,licne hookatln.ach IsplacedMr.ly NA ,Yr Real tat* I Oe. : 9 ::: ;_ ..:::.. +.1'( :

>H. RIMtt.en4J phom off O CAR tUIII, O Writ cc 9IN CO. .r (

hook tin up on annra tin*.
Pla. !
a Bid*. netX 1HI, N. Federal,HWiway Stuart, ., ,

.. KRUEGER BLDG. --+ ,
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birthday entertained Attorney David Ma
rote &OVKR.VM Palm City News I met today at the church for spring on Palmetto Way, )(l. VT J Orlffln. who ha been I Refreshment enjoyed. About 11 [ of Stuart at dinner Bun.
rHuIDs f ttocpltal Cake were dew
!State's ill In the Martin Count
Lumber their regular: monthly meeting and tin Sun Homan now Jiving affair
". Oainertl1M' Jar a .. A week, ha been guests cooped the Ida '
l lI" for several :
( '
I I which -la held the fourth 17aursday ;, In the John Llpp home expect I A. H, Buraonl
ghsiuu! a member iot uw Suit' Shows of each month. All womenof to build this winter on West lit moved to West palm each Mr and Nn. on
i Kenate tort' Me ispt> ricbt yeses Output t CHURCH SOCIAL I the community and other Interested St. Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Detrow where he will be nder the care wen In Palm Beach Tuesday LOYAL ORDER pp

And prior to that tour ream a I are invited to attend hue moved Into the home built of a akin pecUllft business MOOSEITUAnl
I member of the Suit'Road D;. Gain Over 48 : any of, the meeting and Join last year on 1st St. by John Mr. and M *. William Loraa Mrs E. M fflgbee spent Monday ttu.f LOOM It*
Ii.i.. pirttnentannounced; today till FRIDAY FETES U they desire Mrs. Nan NessIs Llpps and ions. The above three of Riviera Beach and of Genera In Fort Pierce and Jensen, I* .. tiUNt3DATa i
I ___ the new president and Mr* famllle are from WUUamsfield at the home of e MONTNM
TAG* tandldacy for Govern\% sAttng! Annual Volume of lumber pro- 18) Crews Is the new vice-presi Ohio, and expect to spend the Ohio, visited on Monday at the :where (he,vlalted a. Home
'"1 !WI mindful (hat 1 ani liking! i duced In Florida last year' bids VIOLA KREIDER dent winter season here. home of their nephew, Myrten i her sister, Mn. J. 0 $ackuaMr a. fr AL MIGHWArPHONg

CL1I my fellow Floridians to entrust I| air to reach the highest level i I Mrs. May Wallace has been, in Llpp, also front Wllllamsneld./ Mead and Mr*. P. A. Budhoff

AT hf with the, greatest respotiMplllty : tint the 1830s and to pass !1040> DAY 'the put several day and has hat been la Martin County Has Mr. and Mr*. Harry Trangerof
By MK8 ANNA K. been staying at the home of a pltal for more than two welt.
: It la to their power to :on- by approximately 10 per cent, I Perkade, Pa. arrived Sunday FREE PARKING .w
'I research' and industrial division friend In Stuart and had her For a time he teemed to Improvebut
Al wy_._during\ .the.next_four yearsWE .. tint On Friday! 'evening an'enjoy- and Mr C. Dow Tows
r : of the Florida State Chamber con Bill with her. I II now In a serious condition at the< home of Mr Right
(panPain of Commerce stated yesterday -: able social was held at the Palm The Mark'l have had word: His eon. Lloyd came south H. Vol.).... They pent last winter FILL UP WITH GASOLINf AND FAKK AU|DAY, ffAoU LIKE .

BUY k hUll weekly !business review" City Church in the form of a,:Jrom their son. Calvin, who had with him. Two other ona. Layton here and expect to remain hen SINCLAIR LOp JJRANCH
Witt ( -y u r,.1 alter a study of official preliminary surprise shower of gift for Miss, been 111 In Miami hospital that: and Lester, arrived two this year until April or May, Last STATION oJ?jtL...:.,, Ww(
tie U better, la home and i iI week after of their Iota at 3rd St.
tacit wrecked acre p. reports some ago raring sprint they bought WEST PALM BtACH FLORIDA T "* Flr"
ttblj cary b/a Th' first five months of 1MT Viola Krelder,,who recently lost)I trying to work. Diabetes seemedto 1 father Illness. When he seem and Corneu Ave. and hope to
copper and **. i saw a 28-per cent Increase In hr borne and contents and aU I: be the eau>of his illness after i ed to be Improving they' returned buUd on them next year -
.. 1SISCO/S/ 'production of lumber in Florida personal belongings when her recovering l from threatened I home Jan. It to attend their! A triple birthday party was
over 1946 but unfavorable woods home burned to the ground Miss I, pneumonia.: business there A Palm Beach held Saturday evening at the EDL
AlITO P4RTS conditions reduced the volume In Krelser received many gift of I Mrs. H A. Sudhoff sang for' physician has been called In for Oene Krelder home on South WHEN YO

'the latter part of the year re.lilting -. wearing apparel, I linen* and I I the Tourist Club meeting heldat I'I'I consultation, Fork of the St.Lade.Mrs. Kreld
South Dixie Highway, J I In an annual total ,small articles of household lies the Civic Center, In Stuart T. J Tren, also of William-I er planned the party:,honoring U B 'R
Piefce *m 67,000: .000 board feet ,:!1 and some money All was greatly! I Monday night She will sing tonight field, Ohio arrived Sunday and Gene Krelder, Mr. Matousek and
fort IMA Florida lumber cut was hone |29 : 000000 MId feet Van Frank of Chicago and at the Jaycees concert. birthday; came close together RANT
Michigan. a houseguest of Miss -- -- --
I "In addition to lumber an estimate Mr, and Ur* Ben Hodapp were
150000 cords of pulpwood Krelder for the .inter also lostmoney In Coral Gables Wednesday with BUILDING MATERIAL
came from Florida forests ,last fine luggag clothing, son Jackie, who had to go to OWN
.1 year her watch and other articles In:, have a check up on his foot WE DO OUR

The State Chamber pointed the Are, They are now living in which was operated on recently CALL OR SCoast
the home Of the late Mrs 1 I ; ; n
.jut that "already the State Is recent Myrten Mead and sons are now qu.
A t RStis' b ginning to feel the Initial etlorts Alice Burrell on South Fork.Miss making cement block for another ooV 7
of its long-range forest Creider! ha had other gifts from house to be erected on the CRYSTALS fl ED )
conservation However. friends which were also greatly lot west of his home, built last E t Lumber
t the gradual Increase program in lumber appreciated. After the fire she o P \ J 1/

production the past two yean I had absolutely nothing left but TRY POST.WAR WTEMflTKrCl ...... .
I' alter. the low level of the war- 'her car and the clothes she! had
lime cut, Is more the result of:on. & Supply Co.
The Ladles Church Aid met 6
I (tv rutting of resources than ofI
lorostatlon and should be In-I Wednesday at the church for an BLETS IMPORTED &r* COSTUME JEWELRY

4 TAX Aa n ACT 11711! I r ti-rpret to Indicate an even dish all-day luncheon.sewing and a covered .-._. .......,.-.--- victory Arcade \ Stuart, Fla. Phone 22 P.:O. Boa 305 Stuart, Florida,'
Creator extension of good forest "''C: -:':( t! 1
IN VII ATIgNIt I The Palm City Woman's Club "
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tffUIANCt l Is hardly possible to emphasize -
too strongly the need fora
FL||IDA continued and extended relori / DOLLARS .. 'PATRONIZE
'" -I
station program Since 1928 the _
ABSTJ&T co '.,
F'lorlda Forest Service has planted i ;:j, HOME
JIM IrfNEorSTUAlf 5.iOO,000 seedlings the State I "
but trio lull effect of these ,' MARTIN COUNTY
WOltlDA i II''us annul be felt for { MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOu.

>i 20 >ears Plaltt-//

I :

Tl., 45th annual luncheon
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POLICY m." mix 01 the Children Home ; ----r--- -

S.II I Hy of Florida Florida r jb Ordway I CASEY'S Plumbing & Heat/
Stuart/Taxi |
O'at .it l Charity, was held at
I I thi:, Oturge Washington Hotel at I I I Golden Gate Camp TAXI Sheet Metal ,
Jd tvmvllle Guest vasH ; I
The test!figures I
Cabin A Trailer
PUMPnrQ svsTc
on FSTRWCTION I Kendrick Guernsey of Jack- II I SEft V EP
BY HRE.T n Our juinllc, president, of Rotary In- II FORDIALK4 Beer, Ea N. JA T Lenw seep
crnational Introduced by Oovrnui I 'Pro t D.p.ndabl. i
Coultry One I >' Millard P Caldwell., who I AND StUVKE leer Served ne 9154 STUART PLUMBING
lie s or now rood a brief address on "What rteona DAY ANDjctr tandaya
to mina prop- Hjrida Is Doing For Its Chili II WRE ?ERVICB & METAL RKS

ert at the ate ofF i, drrll i I loor RCPAIKS ins a Stns 1 STUART USE .OX SirHOMESl
R M LIONER I More than 53,000 homeless and II PH E 149 J .
I PHONE 9142 Fed. Hightway 1 TAXI -+ irsHEAPER p., tof. plea M M
D RS disadvantaged" children have re- I i
I 1 .
Y Rs -- record c'p.v.od. i th: aid and care of the I t -- :
Hume Society the 45
during yearperiod
hi The Moral t--" __
according to Supt. M C, f -- -
is r:--BSURE : Race !the entire work being sup T You *il// I MPLETEJ HOMi BUILDING I i 1 ,

yc have ENOUGH I parted by voluntary gift of LOOK YO R BEST Electr and f rigeratioi LE/T USCiv

F niura&a toer I money. foodstuffs and children i If You sit SERTJCE Yo* Car or Truck
e ACTUAL arables Th society now offers J Uncle Billy HIGfe & A Coniete Check
I' Up
I No Jo Too Orge Or I ,sez
SING VALUES. Its services to about 1,500, MUN CHS .

I VE YOU I children annually.1fAINNRIGHT BARBEOldest SHOP 00 SraafHOBE tt.d.Io.it l ,. W O R AM axPEa A NTf
SOI D Sr. toU. .,.....:--.1.-,. '
.I..1 AU EeC.
i IN RACE. ShYour In Stuar ELI RIC O. General Co racking I or s Novas DAILY
Tallahassee, Jan 22 W M.

ID MArPP> i Bill! Walnwright today an- Appr P sated I I >*y Phone Some iam'Ueslive In trailers P.and O Repairs BoxU32 Snndard Oil Co.
ii''11 seed his candidacy for State
H Sound 327! "-TENTS
< discarded
; trolleys One Block Wit
Palm I
U St VK.t station
Evrry 1LInd.fIn.arsnc I Railroad and Public VtllltleaCourmla
1: i ; .sioner for the positionmade Lyric Th St ire rt Bid i *its Phono t) i tJJ -busea; They can't: afford I' City Bridge oV The R H r, CHANDLER. o..er

vacant by the death of W. tuart 347-J t\ Inflated RENTS, and wonder, Right olio w.w.rTRU
bone Lake Citibjctt at th' fusses we make about
II P.O. 4i'cada B "Babe" Douglass of / -

',* to the Democratic primary __ "_ .- ___ _. + J th' starvin' folks in foreign __ -r--vow -- __. --__
I ol/ May 4. I f lands WHO HATE US, while I, "''
II M; i S U T T
.I efforts HERE ar' durn niyh I 0 S Jensen I Hdwe.
Fer 'Liss I ; JOKES to change a poor' I I'I

Waterfront Properties TU E 'I Subscribe 0 J man'a! STATUS t tA 't Service Statio SURE

few years back, a brain
I Along the Indian and Bt Lade river and/]Robs Sound I FEEDS toStuart ot gave birth to plans to help I 1 Formerly Westerl TRY THEM THEY

Ocean Fronu> I t MMn 7 th1 ''OLDSTER"'i; official Crown "
CtNEKA Ll Or 1 + Ga and AJ
INSECT tCtbrjrOULTHY'VIli ,,. I said. "COST more'n we're Repair Soft Drink ARE MORE THAN

p (' DIES s worth, such CRAZY STUNT APT TO HAVE IT
"n, I News J TO BOLSTER!f" But NOW '
( r we send TEN On* mile So. Shier j
GCs 14r tae FLACLE* 4F PHONE *l* TIMES AS i
\ r/ a O JACK MA if. Mf MUCH to strangers 'cros th' Fed. No. 1 j I Jensen Beach

,I\1 lee 2 -I e sea, and let OUR POOR live .
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? w DO"s, I Get Mile* of Wear While I'll help buy th' food that', shipped starvin' folks CONCRETJ Quinn's Store

Sea lla C P afar, I HUll maintain OUR POOR AR' JIPPED, the'r treat- I Foundations, ffort I

i Y I, YO IRES ments NOT ON :PAR! If we hav' food to hip' AWAY Driveways, SidJslls- Meats, Groceries
..war w., Boat oases Blocks Brick, rain And Frozen FoodsrnoDuct
s.,.,..Ya... I (W.',. 5.50. and 1 don't ay we SHOULDN'T- we FIRST should FEED Tile, ,Septic ka. '

1 ww All Type Cons iction'aylor)( Marine ...0..ww., .,.r.,e.. e..4o.visa)e.se, r.5. OUR POOR, I uay, and 'till they're FED, I WOULDN'T! I* FactEverything 'in ncrete LENDING NOVILTIU.LlBHAJir bolts

Ivan C H Jensen Beach
p1j 6'l.._ DUNT E ,
P. O |ox 474 I Set vic Ste n t ...... N... P.P t......
t PH 104-J I Federal High ay 1 I. L. DE ER
__ -- .-'-- I Box 836 n, 27-W. ) PHONE 91314
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\ uy The Seat agMoat WUR
GENERAL ti' GLA sus StjiirtAutofCamp

,, favorite
ELECTRIC ,,,, record
t Arpllanca Cotta s sad t
i : Laundry, Cottages
i It 15 4cbe d all amap ru1R W'I0f'asfo0. T' And jailer Court Requests

1 zI Ilse Little aERY ALl ; DAr' WUIt liltAU Filled
ICs Salt ale MONIII
I Pb a 76 ii. a Aaao vg. PHoela a AT COVIamC$ loin Dt, raw. PI..IU I
I II .. Lyn Theatre Bldg.C .

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Listing f Improved and Vnirnpr Properties )K'S .STUARl I Fred fiord F R A N ALE DAf In SEDGWICK- I -

s Vd RO
? LUNCiTRAIl ROOM PAILv Tenni f ._ Juice
N HES Cour|' Construction >n,*
folnt er-U-River mpertle* C AND )
T"t ] r Squeextt tan
t! *
avid PARK NAMELS Red 0 I Green Durite Court tDolliJr
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