The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Voice of An Ai.ierfcan Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life .

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I to City Act TO CONDUCT SCHOOL HENRY P. l LYONS. TO SPEAK. HERE., School Patrol Starts Work ''fj''jJ 11


abled May Be Killed IRE-FllES, NOW --- I', .. '

I Loach temporary lieutenant, Leland told of the hearty stamp of ap- "
I IS 20 BOYS FORM Johns Peter Barr MelVIn I'' proval gtvn the project in both' I tl": :

-.---- QUALIFIEDTo Isenhower, David I Donaldson. his and the sheriff( offices as .
Spencer Wilson John he offered fullest cooperation. r 't

Curtis Kavanaugh, John Hancock was unable \to attend I. .1
proposed ,
Action .on of HOSPITAL CUTSOPERATION I Oppose Rowellj-; Spinney and James Wright In th* Ralna'i the program ; '

Icndmcnt to( the City File for patrol division and Lfmar Other speakers before j '

lart's ordinance governing County'I ail, Gene Donaldson, tation of equipment to the pr'.enI boys I: ,
luance of beer and wine ,j SQUADTo I Brian, Ben Eggleston, '
COSTBY4PERCENT Hayward \ included Jack Smouse, O D Me j I '
lenses was deferred 'to the 1 Henry P. Lyons, Stuart j I Wall,.Nell Martin Andrew On- QUadeand Johnwjck Smouse. I I' j ,

iy Cotnmiselon'a Feb. 11 filling elation and restaurant dlch: Donald Brian Ben Eggleeton -j safety chairman at the schools ;
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Mini when Commissioner operator, who filed for Report Violators| Given Hayward Wall Nell Martin, and teacher-sponsor of thy, project ; I ,

Inneth Stimmell! asked.that I Representative three} weeks Badge by UCTSponsora I Andrew Ondlch. Jack Carpenter : spoke briefly on the need for I j !

Bit' tabled for further *onforatton ago but whose ntatuft was I I DubruJ Teddy Simmons in the bus and patrol.Donald I II the patrol here and examples of 1,1'I. I I I ,

at the board's made doubtful through not i I I usefulness In other commun- I
Drive for $7,500 Launched I Organized to Insure safety a request
jtuon. at city hall lait night. to Meet '48 Budget I being( on the county registration The reorganized schoolboy the school grounds, In the streets J Ji that every student obey' r
mbodled u Ordinance 18$, Deficiency books la now registered' safety patrol at the Stu- i surrounding the schools! and on recognized safety' rules and cooperate -

t amendment to Section I of : t .nd re-filed yesterday forth art schools experienced: its the school buses the boys are with the patrol!. I'-

ilnane* 1ST enacted Sept 12, Martin County Hospital's annual ANNE LIVINGSTON ',State. post in opposition i first days of action this week I assured l of backing by both Sheriff McQuade head of the Indian fl

13 3. would permit )tosuancj of a I to Martin II. Rowel), incum as the second semester of the O M Hancock /and Stuart River Council of United Commercial I II
Ir and wine license only to drive for funds) was launched An(! Martin County civic win\ lei I I Chief\ of Police Roy C. Bak'r
bent. school got under Travelers which financed
: year I
k within the city where this week with of (Invited lo in DR. HAROLD G. SANDERS way
place adoption a are rxirtklpte! Also with Although not vested with actual the project, said In view of I
announcing yesterday was a nw emphasis placedon
all are prepared and served ,1948 budget of 155.780 which',Is tel.TeatiOJc..dl'ship training ii B Spinney of Jensen Beach I)'. S uxlers, paktor ol time First safety. I police power the boys are. em- :young people being "all citizens I' I

1 \the premise and which has 4 'per Cent less than it cost to course to be staged by the St. who paid his filing fee Tuesday BipUst) Church in Talluluuwe powered to report to these law most precious assets we of the \,
} tiling capacity 40 or more Formed at a special student' enforcement Officers the license : ,
J-soru. Labeled an operate the Institution last year Luna) County Playground uiidKocreution as a candidate for County: Com ',will be guest speaker at the I[ I UCT J'el it a 'privilege' to pro:1' "II
emel'lordinance numbers and of violators
assembly Friday mornlng tile or names '
donations will \ Board in Fort PM'rceFtb missioner from District 1 I. He Youth !Hour night at tin vide the financial aupport for '
which would take Public: Of $7,500 Sunday of all forma
|r of traffic!
regulations '
wtyl) be opposed by W O patrol Includes 20 boys from the7th project. lIe presented the t't'the
Jeanne" Mataro. I I
26 Mrs.
Let Immediate .} : Civic Ctiitrr A native of
be make
upon passes.meuur. needed to up the expected Incumbent seeking another term. ; 8th and 9th grades Insteadof where students are Involved gold badge to lieutenant pro-

} .. hu aroused an un- difference between Income Fort Pierce director, stated th.,it Spinney,,who Is married and has ?Missouri ,Dr. Sunden. ; is a p-iulu: the originally: planned 12, I tern DeLoach and UCT Secre''I, 'I ')

iiected amount }ft opposition, and outgo for the next 12 Miss LJvlnjpitcin is to ouhtaiiJ-! Jived la Jensen Beach three ate ofilUam J Jt-woll Qilhgt!: with two more to be added n-xt: I I i These reports will be filed with I tary-Trasurer Gerald LaPointe ,

[lirh was reported votodf"a.) portion of months ing in her field of work that} :yeirs said he Is leading a cam- and lie( nivmdy of, M ISSMIH' month The present score wer- I the office of Principal Erwin F. presented the other badges. ,

"aa by Attorney surnnnHling countIes are bring paign to get many property and! bus lib. PhD from (lIlt' appointed on a one-month probation |I; Jqhnwlck who In turn will turn McQuade also announced a d?- '
hid ... Marshall a> the meet At a meeting of the board of ownvta at the end of thm over to Hancock and of $20 with school ,1// ,
invited to share 'tier injpirational In the district who never Soutlurn,, Baptist Sunmarv' inLwilsvilli which the posit the fund
I dirctora'/an. 21 the five directors and! mlucutioiiul, training program have Been registered voters to '. After (hut two showing the pest qualltl h Baker First offenders will be I "to be awarded to the boy who

feeing an emergency measure were re-elected Officer areA She sign up this year and producethe I nerving will be permanently promot-d, to lent letters of warn InK. John- has shown the most willingness I Ito ,
I require only one dissenting D. Kanner, presIdent ,A. D I Is presented by llwNutKHHil greatest vote In the community y<'jri' in a i Navy cb.iplum in tin lieutenant and captain positionsIn 'I wlci reported. but more drastic [ work and has proved hlm,,If I II.

e to be killed and aa a reef %Rwreutlun A !ncli>tKiniimlcr \ 's .history/ : Puutu lie" tunic as |I'd'tur to the patrol and' two more voluntcora l measures are expected to b! the best leilde In the patrol II

comment by the com Bullock vice-president, D 8 'spiiiisorsMp' of limo .'St. DwIght L. Rogers 4th Con T..II.h.L'ISI", During!; tIc past will be added to replace taken with second or nifurc offenses The award will be made as a

lomn during the discussion Hudson, treasurer, Edwin A. Little Coolly; orguuIzuitntDimes gressional District R!presentatlve taiinmer, I DC: : Saudi'n niailc "i touif 'th-m as regular patrolmen I Christmas present next! December I' If

rations are the t vote I* ueeI..t Mennlnger.'secretary; R. B. Mc- from Fort Laude rdale whose I the British"" Islci and Europe| The 20 Include Thomas De-.. At the assembly Friday .Baker ''I
the Feb 11 session. ------ ------- -- ----------- -- -- -- -
Pherson, director district Includes this county, '
nero the board did put on qualified 4n Tallahassee Saturday N!
Despite the sUadily mounting March
jmd reading Ordinance- re-election 100-lb. Tarpon BeachingOf CHAMBER DRIVE
cost of food and upward salary: CIVIC CENTERSCENE
lulling new 4th St building to adjustments to meet'changing Mrs. J. P. Blakesleet supervisor ,

| set back at least BO It. from conditions, the cost of running To Conclude glslratton: received a wire j I, i! '
recta centerline. .: Secretary of State R A. Whale
Martin County Hospital has been Top Fishing News BRINGS $8,314
hre expenditure were. ord1 brought lower and lower throughthe 10f Informing!! her of his ruling I SUNDAY

1 by the board. City Man- efficient management of ft.A a qualified person appear..j --
tr L B. Eurlt was Instructed Tomorrb pJ leg before the supervisor of regI -
Tunley It was reported. In By IIHIIMU FAY \\ARMRtxecullve : on a red-bodied fly of his own I II
|purchaM a new mowing mane 1948 It cost 159.t4S.11 to operatethe I Istratiim and making affidavitas OFYOVTHHOURA I Financially Successful 85.4
for $491 accept a $373.40 I Institution. In 1 1947 this figure "On the basis of per capita to hts: qualifications! can be Secretary, Stuart I design a 'Rennle special. Rf'n- Per Cent Kickliter

by th* Ward Engineering!: was cut to $5J.229.41 and the contributions Martin County was registered; .-- 4ven' though the __ I Sailfish nub I nle is an expert caster and his 1 Reports

knpany of Orlando for a ..topt budget for 1948 adopted by the the third highest contributing books ..ft not opt'n.lIe What with a 1500lb. "killer :I personal joy is obviously not I -- ,
'to be Installed ,at 4th StUS based his ruling on bit*1lerpretattan .> Youth} Hour service o( un ; white washed .
) aslMtft Hobe
the cost for In Florida In the 1947 at ,
board indicates:! that county (! ftl000iB\ t "sI iw eZtlu.base'Iecatches ; 'Tttft Martm-County: Chambe*
blua"Jlualltf' )
: held at
1 pay a $403Umiunt 194S ( ft held !(o tUjtSO March ot Dimes.aad ctmtiQuenl Of statute / e the Sound. a 100-lb,tarpon weighedat Of Commerces
'dl 1 I wm ,, but In the light tackle 1048 campaign for
| on tauuiraoo pel- I ly one pf the highest in the Unit- laws of. 1941, Lyons, who had, I Clvlo Center at 7:30 p.m. Sunday I '
the House!
The'neom., from paying patients I Stuart Fire !, but I and methods tie operating funds Is 85.4 per cent
for the 11 filed once before and withdrawn
city-owned wei
ed States last year, commented with th* general public and i
In 1941 showed a substantial not entered in thi contest and successful Insofar as Its $9731
filed after being
again To return to the salt water
gain over 1946 For the :year H. R Steffens Of Hobe Sound, I :young people In particular cordially -1 goal is concerned Drhr Chairman -
Issued Certificate the kind of sallflahlng! ou.t in the
Tabled until Registration
meeting were
chairman ot trvj 1948 drive here I fish, other hew entries were a
the operat I L. C. Kickliter reported In
completed gross
fee blda for constructing two,I just as he earnestly urged everyoneto I No; 1. I Jnvltcd. Gulf Stream that makes "Stuart"and I ISVHb barracuda Or-I his .
Ing revenue was $41108.71 as I lull Final date for filing for this Guest speaker will be the Rev.
court i In 4th St Park.
Jest of which wa for $2 685 compared with $3235282 In 1948 get In their contributions! to and other 8tateorfices: la Sunday ,Harold O: Sanders. former Navy i sallflsh' synonymous in the I ville Armstrong of Queensboro i iI the board of directors: at their
25 cent. this cause today or tomorrow sporting world the past week: I while I meeting at the Woman Club
David 8 Durant of Lee. Ma&al a gain of per The registration books open chaplain= and well-known speaker : Ky. aboard the Opah.I .
"We're to and
hoping -
'jment of $3000 to the 1miwment The number of patients treated last: perhaps next Monday.ROTARIANS'. from Gainesville Ush"rs will here offered anglers about everything I skippered by Cecil Johns out in I Monday night
at the Martin County Hospital Improve on year record the gulf stream, s 13/4-lb In a conclusive report on his
fund from the utll- but Itll take the support of Include Rudolph Krueger Wayne 1 they could demand In
declined t per cent from a : porgle boated by Sam Meyers ofWllmette month-lung efforts, Kicklite- announced "
] tax fund was authorized aame to do It." Wells Joe Smith and Beach {1 the of thrills and satisfaction I I II
way -
of .the Clvlo Center by I total of Sit In, 1944 to 484 in everyone ; 'Bl't'Ok.The program committee I IlL. and an 8-lb. mar- that 214 membershipshave
do not Include The annual March now In Its HEAR I I I
1947. Th"s figures Bate snagged by Pepper1 Blackwood been sold for $831450
: Teen-Age Concert Club Feb. includes Barbara Stewart Emily
and by the St. Joseph I Ladles, the 119 babies born In 1948 14th year,'tomorrow began Ian. 19 and when will Morrison Mary Coleman, Mary I Chief James L Clots of the I' the 12-year.old niece of j However under "estimated as'I I '

hety March 17. or the lit born In 1947 'The conclude night Mme Burgess Lurllne Greene! U S Coast Ouard Station at' the Stuart Sailfish Club president -' counts yt to come In Kickliter

cost of food a patient was reduced the collection boxes will distributedall GAME OFFICIAL and Dr. C. A. Carrlel Hobe Sound said the whale apparently I I Neat C Bishop listed $2,S30 more which If collectable -
In 1946 over the county be picked b'came Both the marI I I
from $2 86 a day The sick stranded I I porgle and the would more than pu) I
to 12.84 a day In 1 47-at a time up by Steffens and his numerous prolrllm'.FRrI on the bench Tuesday morning gate were caught aboard Bishops the chamber past Its mark C
assistants, "in thesedays rDE byllllh School: Pep I
PHSMSHOWBE when food prices In the market community directly In front of the winter private cruiser the Three D McQuade Of the Stuart Hotel
actually advanced nearly 50 per when th, dollar Is be:
of running increasingly\ ; less valuable the America and Florida natural boga.st.FItESIDING<< Fittingly under the I;I of follow-
cent. The total expense : enough, clr- supervision Bishop. Th'y committee to handle this
) GIVEN Martin County Hospital a countywide' *id In this drive has resources was the! theme of a Emily Morrison urns t anccii, Mr. BlanrharcTsestate were'fishing the south reef hole I I"Pcpper" up work
been encouragingly: good" Steff- talk by Dr. L N. Kennedy public 1 HYMN "Battle Hymn of theRepisbuie"
patient was reduced from $17.$7 I IS calledMoon and Sixpence with her father How- The $811450 total In"'Hided

a day in 1948 to $1718 a day: In ens said "Howevr: Indications relations director h'o the Stale I and It was ho who notified ard Blackwood Is visiting Mr I memberships ranging from less
are that w* art somewhat behind Game and Water Fish the Coast and Mr .500 .
1947 Guard about the Bishop for several than $25" to the $1 donated
h.i CYO Minstrel Revue!! will i '. last year's mark and onlyan Commission,! at the weekly noon led by Mary Mrlle whale.. I, weks and intenda Ur get a sall- to th, drive by the County Commission ,,

[priented tonight and tomor- JOLiriCAL ADS MISTBit allr-out effort today and tomorrow meeting of Rotary .Club at Chls- Burgess, "H) was breathing when we : fish before returning to ChlcalO.I'I' Second highest membership I
night In the High School I will enable us to Intake olm'. :yesterday: RESPONSIVE SCRIPTURE: '
; PAID IN ADVANCE Got there. Glass said. "We finished : While these varieties was sold to the City of
thorium at 1:15: p.m. Larryonds up any deficit Dr. Kennedy related details of READING 'led by Mary Coleman i
him off with a 45 arid only prove once again the wide I Stuait for $300 and following
assisted by his wife Conforming, ta state law forth No d:finite quota Is set for the the governing laws ,for conser burled' him I would say be was I. range of angling Stuart offers came eleven $200 memberships I
U I., Is directing the show county: A financial report Is Vatlon and summarized the lam hYMN!, "FaIrest Lord Jrsus"SHORT '
the News advises about 12 feet long: He had \teeth j Its visitors and residents it Is and six for $100, The total Ins .
i featur of the evening will primary promised by suffers in The situation In this State after recalling TAL K: "Christian
candidates that political big teeth, and there w,re no nevertheless! the sailfish that cluded $864050 cash received
Ute brother of famous aU News next week. bow the commission was Youth and the World Lurlin I
advertising must IN paid for ridges on his belly. So far as catches the publlc'i imagination and $1,558 in unpaid pledges '
|ncait Sisters, Vivian I and Ros4Topsy TIe law requires given authority over game by Greene I could l Identify him' I would aay And the sails. so aptly described Contributions received since '
and Eva), Harold when advertisement I''. A. LEE QUALIFIES the 1941 Legislature; In speaking FIRING: he was a killer I whale" I u the DArtagnana of the sea last Wednesday noon Include : .I
ncan, who has been In vsudee that each It Is a Tallahassee, Jan 29 H. A- for conservation, he brought NUMBER BY TilE B.\ND were there:out In the gulf stream m.1.i ... t..td. i ir .7.......' I 't1i

| and has had four of his carry the notice advertisement.Th that "Ughthors Harry" Lee, young out that Florida Is the nation ADDRESS: The Rev Harold O Earl The Orecn big tarpon somewhere was caught." .without by-i'I striking st the trolled baits']' a Cur Uroe::muCemtr t.r. I::: :

}>il published, The maestro paid political Uprmnt Gainesville attorney and WorldWar only: Stats that never has beet! Sunders: Introduction by: the battling for their freedom giving //I.m. ao I....
I the piano Is Tex Rusch cur. candidates an required II veteran, today paid his laced with the Immense problemof Rev Phil Maxwell \ a dOUbt. Oren says It'was I Ra,"m. L..r. sea

l>thy featured at th Martn receipted bill la house filing, MM qualifying tel to !Secretary costly restocking of depleted HYMN "Blent. be the Tie" In the St Lucia River near Bay I every veteran angler.th novice man of.s well modest as R.o.ln.W.II.. P. lloa.U....to.."js I> .'1&n....
I expenses: at the eonrt of State R A. 'candidate Is I BINIDICTION the Rev R. M. Tree Lodge and on a 'muske wn,. o. P.e U.
fit Rusch hu ben playing Cray a* a resources Insofar as game concerned -
discretion means as well as the very rich, ..,_ .
and this newspaper has BO rlno plug while trolling for 5') r. NH." f mP.y.m.m uS
Fen ton,
keyboard for to and for State comptroller ,. ... ',
years In the matter but te. __ I snook. It attracted quite crowd I "the sport of kings" I,ck,, l.5pm5 I. U Ci I
directed his 3 ) LI c-i ties
I New own orchestra I .ask that all peUtleal ads be of visitors as It hung from the The very young. quite as wellas 50, ,: Pkcacy sue
York. NeU Bishop willr advance *l publi big hook at the fire house and the elderly! who may wish w. ,; _, ale.
| paid lor In ......
r the magician Of the hour. ('h. I. .U U CO A
|e "Oold Number" promises cation. B* sure. U. save your' $75,000? Lodge Opened in Palm CityBy I.many wrenched! scales from Its momentarily to forget thlr responsibilities n. r M. 5's 5555 t
wide flanki I receive the same 8. L.... B.. 5500 Ii
|ug unusual, astonishment andortainmtnt receipts. ____ thrills the same sheer Joy Capt. I .... a W. N., sees .
1 (While the tarpon was on view I : a..,.', Aqu) ah.e IN pswsm) COt
to spectators. '""'"- I .j I 'r a group of highly disturbed Toley Engbretsen of the Miss' N....'.. A..... "In" A.... II.
npletthey vithout. them, minstrels the .nn'j' THE TIDES I The SallOsh MARY Lodge IHRTMAN, a unique!I ambitious J>lana but Simmons country to Special fishing and women arrived holding a card I Florida got a sailfish msasurlng I II i N.N.O..I".. M. I.. 'MrQ" ,.. 1'eec l 5
are I 7 1 ft. 8 In.-a silver button flabI ... ,
which 10
it I where all th9 comforts and Patterson have announced hunting grounds Is an added at- .board box In there lay a I R. 1I..It.
Interlocutor Kenneth ma ,,_ u,1s II 00
i I- I
U.1 as Infrlocutor will keep ot the city tan be found in thequiet templet Ion of four deluxe traction. Construction/ of t'n- dead snake Fire Chief John for a 12-year-old boy. Bruce S.., _....... h.".. .. ..... 3
i .. ...... Ce .he) III.) L.cIo Mann 'Identified\ It as a pig I Arnelll, the aon of Dr James RArnelll .,......... 1101.... I I.. .. 55 pI
ls heart of the
loesi al and the
end-men in line with his I ...). i. 110. .._ .eedp) r, ...., I. plnewoods s-ml-log cabins; one single, tone nls and shuffle courts In snak.1) I of Hobe, Bound, while Ansi. .. 5)),.. 1005 '
aes and unintelligent answers i ......... ua.s"-.d T._ Y.e a..m'i palmettoes of Palm City has bedroom) 'and three doubles recreation park will get underway Jack Whitlcar U still fishIng 0. k..to eec
.. ....... ,"" -,.- for the 1948 At the other extreme. from : Capt. C_.... T. VaIUII. 50.00Tout
-men Include Jerry LaPoMe, .:""'-i 4Ei -.,...... ...... _I"a. ",4 formally: opened those two BostonIans In their
ik Butcher ... ._ II 'or ( winter s-ason The first guests (two bedrooms, with furnish, soon killer whales and 100-lb. tarpon : _,., ._ echos. '
Bill Wheeler and ae W
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i .-a. It, W. 5. aeeh.t55W. la Mrs Vincent Wortham, clerk of late 70s George\ R Fearing and
(nnle Outcault I w. include Vice-President Leonard tng( complete to'such. 'they tpeclaltle Include The I a..a ye. 47., p.s: : Edwards of the Prudential Theater as electric Irons Oas Is a $20.000 club house-35 x 158 -ItAwhlch .I the Stuart Water Company i Dr. Franklin Newell. W. H. McKNIGHT ,
lad and Mrs. Edwards; of East provided for heat and cooking '; : will start on the riverfront I caught a 2-lb. speckled perch There may be some readers of
gee Kids, Gall Merrimah 1 ;,.... ,lIdl. : \ REPLACES SUTTON li
lisi \ i who would that
d I Charles Clements the Con-I 10.. '1 11.1 I.... Hampton, L I., and Mr. and Mrs. and 'th*. water plant Include a next: week, Besld'a a rec In Spillway It Monday night and I fishing news say I
; ...... i usa .che coo. "U and also entered it In !the tournament. this week "real' story was-, not WITH, FHP HERE 4'
., Charles' Smith and her mother water-conditioning plant ,
not duet Joanne and .. ace uIva
Phyllis .tI. illtlel : dC.I:8: __
a the "killer" whale fishing
or -
Irmonldng on "Qeorgla" and .. I sue: 1:1. ..4 .... Mrs. A. Fisher, .of :Worth Sea water softener for each unit. ( with1. Mrs Wortham, who says: she generalities
dog with Phyllis "Sum- : : an earn )* *> lees Road,Southhampton.L. L Smith Electric refrigeration Is provided, baths for those not desiring j has always liked( to fish, told us .' but the fact that FearIng Effective 'Sunday William H. 'IMcKniglvt
on r. sese
: coo ties and the weekly rentafof $79 for housekeeping conYlnlence- the was with her husband, a and Dr Newell as of this will 'f!place W.rreft I
rtin" and Jo Ann on "Can't I U owner of a r st.urnt on North
I>Ip Lolnl'Th.t. Man* Bob Sea Road two couples Includes everythingbut total of 20 cottages la planned.i building contractor and Fred [ writing have r-o: : : sailftshl Sutton aa the State HIghway Pa- I ,

flston sings "Mammy" and "If The $78. oo development Is the groceries.Winding. : Simmons came her. after Walton superintendent; of the This L their here but trolman stationed In Martin I'

II Knew Susie," Roman: J. }r-,, THE WEATHER situated'on 300 feet of riverfront driveway: through completing five :years war service water company "They: had a all who have been associated County It Wall announced 3eatet'day ,

will feature In a medley of -running through to Cor- the natural Florida forestgrowth with the Harbor Boat Serviceat lantern and were using Iiv> mud I with them art 18.'lnl.MHope to b1 SIt. Clyde Pirtie Mc- :

n i' on his harmonica, Valerie --a..I. bpj. nell A'... a halt mile south of lead to each winter home Pium.Island, N. Y. He and I tuckers for bald The men caught see you next :year"And KnIght, who arrived here. Tue.. ,'

101 sings and tape and Ernie "Pee. K.11 tV 55-psvi... u.5a... ws.heeq as --, the Palm City bridge and I miles with enough. space:: allowed between ; Mrs Simmon\ have t.hree'amaU bass and bream,but Mrs Worth. these two redoubtable day, 11 married and formerly\ of
Tic.T.wsouic'o. really took!: the honor anglers, at the Sunrise Inn, after Vhipiey ''He Ie melding It Pitch--
08 will sing and whistle! Is)), 114Mft. from th Stuart Post Office The the building permit ChIldren Patterson did his warservlc am away
5..us. : aDI- from them with her perch: I'a days Dahlngha.e paid their ford Apts. Button wW be tr&Q'*, '
lumbers of the chorus include _. ....- property Include 28 acres of land privacy and lawns which with the PanAmericanAirways I Iferred
with Italian Planning Board In Miami. "I really didn't know I had compliments to 8 t u a 11 and to Okeechobee Count,.
two b Mr.
Ie Rltch Ralston John 'II asis purchased years ago are" now green rye ,
las. il '
ins Charles Clements John .... I' ... .. and Mrs Llnwood Simmons and growing between the runner* Of H* andbia, mother' occupy :him on until t pulled the pole shown their gratitude to those J'lrtIe0' announced a change ,

'>ury, Duncan Etwln:\ Count ...,.. sa'1 ..,.. usa &I her brother Charles F Patterson a new sod coverage a garage apartment on the property I pp and thire he was," she said with whom they have been associated I'rh1I office from ,West Palm ,, ,

irwIn, Roger LaPoInt ,ft ; and!! mother Mrs Olive 'A. e Situated near both the fresh Th men start they intendto Bull another angler to entera by laying: Beach to Fort Plerot where hC
::: : .5l Olye. '\ In contest William "Stuart la the beat place in wlllbeincbrgeofthesoartlnI I
flih the
"rkc LaPolnta, Asigellueflitanea ... 05 Patterson AU cam hen. from and salt water areas tins haste entJrtsln the visiting sportsmen ;
lone II Miami when they han wintered at the sportsmen colony will according M their own" .J, Rennie of Hlllsdale Mich.. who the world for sailfish and noon At, Lucie-India" lU"r-COUntt I ,
( Mrs. H.; B Rains, -- "
Constance, ErnIe, RJcou,: verses KAINrALL for eight :years from their.horn* I provide "run-yourself" boat* suggestions and U riding ,.horsesar 'Is spending the winter at Jensen could ask for better 00op.eration area Instead of a flye-county I
;,..a. II .' ._. .11 He brought 8-lb fresh and help than we have ares including Palm leach and 1.
stable will be an
p'Uls Constanc*. Valerie Rains ... se .. ,n.I. In Cast Hampton; &.. t i and a charter boat for off-shor requested .
5 .. ... .. waft .baas to Lisa fire house received," Okeechobel Counties will t.ht.'aoreaald :
C Caverko OaJl Merrlman .. 58 .._. Tb scarcity'of labor and materials ;fishing A "woods buggy" for added W tine present recreation I
I! Mrs, "4111 a--.ontl 0 has delayed progress ol[taking guests Into tM back) program rught 1W1thounce fly: rod (Continutd On/sge TMrtffn) trto.t I ,:

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WOMAN ENTERS Spring ake, N. J. aboard t

I'1 Tigers Take to Road for 3 Games Ala* "aboard the IJlUe j 1
're. first sallfUh t to 'b* entered were Mr. 'McRehrrts, a t

..GtGLII --,-- .-- ------ .. I by a womaa antler la the known golfer, and Mr iMr ,
Stuart SallfUh Club:: tournament .. G.
!a 12-paint win here 10 days ago j Flowers In his first game at-forward at the lire lneent Barnett
'Il' ,will give the revamped Tigers a for Stuart and Frank ,, was registered Elmtiford, M Y, Each of I Ikarnetta
IMPROVED TEAM much/ sterner lest. )j Mathesons/ earnest efforts at house last nlgbt Tbe fish, got and released u

Tilt squad was definitely aft(, guard ,weri: notable as the team measuring 1 feet !. tones, rbh. Burnett Is President
A form here Friday night an Mel'I I Ibournes gave one of its beat demtfnstraItons was caught. Irf the afternoon by the Barber Steam Ship Hi

( 'span WHIPS COCOA unbeaten\) Bulldogs, The Eagles Prescott with ........._. James C McRobert ,M New.. York iffy..
-'" -- -
{14 points'" and Beatty with 12 -- -- -
i romped! to tut easy 47-20 triumph -
1 j} Paced by center MtfJithola "' were high scorers '
and forward Owen Mel-1 The Stuart girls, playing on
; : FORT PIERCE I bourne tallied a JM first period each of the tow nlghti/, can

dead whirl had widened' to 23-10,off with three defeats to. Show SALE
... --, by half time! Th* team simply lot thtlr. efforts, They lost their FOR:
Melbourne Copt Decision doubled their respective scores! lone lead of :21-20 In the las

Friday Girl Drop 2 thereafter ,quarter against Al-lbournj telWW a
drubbed bj y
Tilt I! however, Stuart bounded'back I UKoa 27 43-31-23, were although playing rY Caroline Filling StationVi Federal Highly, fronting
Saturday!' :might to dj *
a revenge
the: Mtorj evenly In the second 24b ft on federal high ay andSOjf. deep. Net
The rapidly improving j clilun over Cocoa, 88-l Led by I half, and lost a thrill to Fart
forward Skippy) Geiger, Cocoa food busies* n and a bargain
drive-in. A locaj
Munrt Tigers, with two JlU\- Pierre.30-28 after the EaKlet.tIeld :i very
8-1 In the
moved to
a advantage :
\ a seemingly safe 10- Olnled8'l' at 550000.
: ":waive Mound victories under Initial period, but Stuart had ,
third period.
early In the
i heir belt, take to the roadi ined the upptr. hand by in- In the team's only action of F .y

i kit! week end' for the first of termination 12 11 and outscored II tin list/ week! Fort pierce Jun Lot.fronting 200 ft. on Fede|>I |fgrway and 300 ft
f three rtralfht games sway Cocoa 13-4 In both 1M final' lore took it uw the hurdles to I'riuliliit Truman (renter) inspects plulJIHI.If'\ \ ( iludtba! Wushingtcni! wildlife magazine editor. lido Tri-anguUrJ jrtiapv .
Only $700 00
quarters. Center Bruce BcatlytIS President Truman SeiuUir 1I011.1I1d C R. Cuter deep on one ,
'tri.m home before owning i the tune of 20-14 in Tuesday l life UHinberdiip, In the Florida Wildlife Federation ,
hark it\ the '\local court Ft'fa, talllei were the nights l but y;nlUits opener on. the three im-aintird to him In the \ 'hile llduw" by a aHilh. vk !,[preskknl of Wildlife Mjiwgement In, > Good location on Federal Iwiwly north and aoutl

i. j I Fort Pierce gr ''n-clad liagleastir !: | game bill! 1-lori.la as'k'gatiun. Left to nulil: Pall. Slielliysetrttury $dilute, ;. KiilHTt.. WilS!".. representing OitilixiTWrlUm of Stuart at( $10.00 per fro / sotEDWA
no match here Tuesday as
I The vanity box scores: to Senator Holland Carl DSlKKDUkir AwniilHMi, <,if Aimrk-a, )J. B. Tre\T of
The first at their tour gam I i Stuart five clicked for a 36-281 MELBOURNE 147) Sjieuiird, ; r
in dBh( days will 'be 1 In Titus I Victory that came easier than l *.<.ri viilr Saturday nlsht Tuesday. thmteore might Indicate A tight led Saline .I .,. 1 /iay dtlxtw" IJl Fish) stud! Wildlife! Smi, Muliatl
they'll j> plfly a return game inV first half saw Stuart holding 8-5 1'_ f .5 ------. -' .-.......--- --- .
,,lu Seadl. Feb s will: find and 11-I5/1rst quarter and, halftime -,' = : ,. 0': ::1 I UNE ON SPORTS MAPP

i IK'm in Eau Gallle and then the leads, !but the Eagles Suddenly -i' : d 't : ------.-, WILDLIFEBRIEFS .
liflin' folks; get another look wilted In the third quarter':(:;'' 1 + ealtor '
when. Delray; Beach will be her*. and Stuart ran up an Invincible'I I... .e ..... e _t'ruA"Titiol Faces
I 48 Baseball Stuart
,r On the hauls at season records I 31-17 edge that allowed It to y 1i 1blrltrrrt in Arcade P. O. Box 3r:
SUiart will be a deeded favo:He roast through the last stanza, Phone

1 ntusvllle.. ,_but Vero who, scored 1 The_steady_dashing. play of Jack .! i !:P VR.r.ed I Need of Presentable FieldBy ..

;; I e axewey '
# I I The hunting season on dove Iri '
DANCING ::.-j. ", r f e FD MENMVCER: JR. the '4th District, which Include I' ALL GOLFERS indPOTElfflAL

AT r Martin County, will end at lun-
i aStn '
( 1.1.You... ..d ".......... ; Notwithstanding the seasons opener still being at least JVi set Saturday, and the season on
mouths talk of baseball hither and yon already Is In the
quail and aqulrrel will end at
"dl..n. S II 10 $ 47au.n IS communities today for
all Some to 20 Florida are preparing sunset
e a b b Yo Sunday after a 74-day
Ever/ Thursday Night I* P M. 'Til 1 1:00: A. M the advent of spring training by minor and major league dabs: run
FUN KOR ALL COCOA C't, the American L:agues schedule (Las been received here (for release Wat'rfowt management and. +RAND' PARS

QI4rr. r 5' 'o1'1k" 1 next week and an even.more prosperous season than last summer restoration la a word of hope
Wfi 1 Be Glad to See Aly Friends From Stuart t o I these and the Maine .
\\ ,. e : is propheclzed among the nation diamond adherents days Cooperative *
BILL/ .Y..NkP e In this Immediate area Sallfisher Manager Johnny Mann Is Wildlife Research Unit ALL ..
COLSON ..w) 1 hat shown what can be done to ',
4 looking forward optimistically towards fielding an even
.... I
2 Miles North Wfite City Road on U S:! r: l a rr 32 improve the duck situation the ;'k ';'"
res t. : team than he did In U47 when his crew won 74 per cent of 1U I Wllcllirj Management Institute / ARE INVITED "i/.'

e' aITUAAT games At least two ,of his reliable shortstop Warren Ship's
: aid todav The Maine unit, seder -
I I and catcher Horace Arnold, may desert him for professional playIn the leadership of Howard 0 ATTEND THE '-; "t '';\ :'f, -

-I 1aaA ';, .. Texas after possible tryouts with Montreal In Vero Beach Slat Mendall, haa demonstrated at I
'i H..... t ,1 t !' month. However,most of the rest of the Satlftsher standby should Mooschorn Refuge near CalaU

BUY. aMe:=;1"1 r ; I i be back, Including such as third sacker Hank Pennoclc:, hurlers that waterfowl management Is PARTY
I "' : c JEse Arnold and Bit Bebee and outfielders Francis Williams, practical and productive, Ducks
::.: S1"A
0.44. R e Harris Lowery Jr., and Charles Stiller. were produced! tills year on areas
i e However, first and foremost comes the question of a field. which not ao long ago were nothing -
l :t,{44e but wet meadows Years
i ONBUDGET !...... .! i Last year despite all good Intentions Stuart' ball park" was of study and demonstrational t O ORGANIZE, A

If. ., "'s more or less k mockery of the words. The outfield grass too often proof have shown that two basic I MEN GOLF ASSOCIATION
was calf and knee high the Infield rough seating facilities In. q
i .r-'l"' features govern much of UK waterfowl
T.IE PLAN .5.1LL" U-at''Sufficient( and sidelines unkempt. The \best! things were the fans' work: H> Maintenance

r !illTa.b r,..kseal/ .i'teds b.rnk. ..M' support and the games' results Mann considers a much more of 'watet< areas, and fU) control; 1 9 FRIDAY
I .. .; ;:: presentable placj to play the No. 1 essential (or;l94l, and if the of I proper 'Water IcVela JAN. 30AT
) I FORT nenceftsy/ powers that be face this situation with Just half the enthusiasm '
>- : .
linear, S that Mann does we know a big athletic need In ,this city will be The new Dominion Wildlife TilE1 .',
:TI S All izea ......101. f''I'I. 'I.sL. I ISTUAIIT met satisfactorily. Service established under the re-'
/ I'''_ 5" I crganlzatlon of the Department!
f, r' PAINTS .: : ; s I iitkkea e eNoss of Mine and Resources Ottawa' j / INDIAN IIILTJ COLF 4. COUNTRY CLUB:
The school basketball team Is .
s 4e high showing Impr..emtnt'arter i Indicates that Canada recognltei
r EN MELS .,: : .: : a alow start and Judging from tbe comments from both j the growing Importance of con- f TORT, PIERCE

I is /t: Ii its winning and losing foes it still figures te be a power In this '.I I mvation and management of 1.00 PERSON 't'j'I '

J'l HOUSEHOLD i bus area?.! Florida and In the Indian River Conference despite i natural ,resources, the Wildlife
WARE ,'u H 5 two early IRC' defeats. The team handles. the,ball well has Management Institute said to- I

\ {, ; r" HARDWARETOOLS VOl"..:"-:' r.: ""t"' i' & .' 17t. / averaged nearly M points a game and ah.. ... real promise We day The new governmental unit: The New Low Rat embert ip Will U Explained' I
_1 I feel It merits support. In charge of Dr.' Harrison FIcwtt .
.I' ,....u .r ,..5 Se..oy a . will deal with question of at This Party *

/: ; 0.41 .e ',e l ,re shorde. e i A feature of the games here which appears to haye aroused policy and method. with retie Call 9106 or 9124 tn d l tl them you'll U there. I
ence to wildlife
.."tJor... I J I considerable comment is. the officiating which to our way of resources under
e a 0I control of the Dominion Govern-:
i (ultlSS .., t .! .! thinking does have a questionable angle, In the lame with Eau: I ment. "
,!! .
,< AUTOM TIVE SUPPLIESPAYMENTS I U s II (Oallle two weeks ago only nint personal fouls were assessed In- -

..wt. 1., osa.e.l.1r. eluding three against the visitors Again last Friday 15 fouls Were
.. EAS lull 1 I..tree iStuart I 11. 1'
9 II a 'called Including a mere five against Btuart In playing Melbourne. '
I r ffkial.. A.lm...U ''lad Masts. s.I ,and Saturday the Tigers defeated Cocoa In a game In.\ wtlch only

five fouls were assessed from start to finish I Martin
< ORFFTT: TO TALK I1ERI; People .ol County!
AT Th Martin County Rod and | From the spectators viewpoint games comparatively free of

i Gun club will meet at the courthouse I free throwing such. these are more enjoyable because action ..1
Monday at 8 pjn Guest more continuous On the other hand the, teams are on the floor :

1 ; CO MAN'S ,j :pcaker will be J. W Corbetl of to play basketball nothing the, and theoretically as close to the I ,.i \I'AMA I -

I Fort Pierce, newly-elected chairman --1 ,accepted rules as possible The generally accepted conclusion :

! of the State Oam3 and I I Is that high school teams dont come along with. the ,natural J I

I t' lend Auto Supply Fresh Watr Fish Commission, I ability to avoid committing less than 10 or 12 personal fouls a i'I'
Osceola Ave hone 147 Stuart I II who' will talk situation on Martin The County public- I tame. nut to mention only two or three. Conversely, not many REGISTERED Martin Voter\
s game Ounty
l will commit: as many as 20 as were assessed against Vero Bach .
I invited ;
U- -- ________-=! here Jan:19 although they will corns much closer to 20 than,to two, sl "
Rigid officiating tends to discourage rough and tumble basketball \ND'
I I Ii such as in the Eau Gallic contest when play had to be stopped S .

6 once to caution thet players against Such,a rough pace. We're to ...

MOVIhJR Inclined, to favor more foul-calling If necessary and subsequent I,
i I TRAILER imoother play and fewer injuries resulting from certain athletes
who the Idea that '"get "
get they can sway with it. A CANblDATEREPRESENTATIVE"
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I: 1 ; AND YOUR.LIVE IN OW1\LOT IT ,WHILE YOU Basketball Stuart teams Training both with School a TO OPEN GOLF j wR ,'

; season mark of 2-4 to date play '
j "
lost to Okeechobe tomorrow '

::1 "1: BUILD |IN RIVER\TERRACE light' Next week they face atoll ClUB'S"SEASON.
I schedule West
meeting Palm
, ...
. '
''I irach.there Monday night, Belle .mss i "'
: HICl> AND DRY OUT OF FLOOD (STRICT I Hade here Tuesday night and :A flag tournament, which ,invokes IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMAiJ-, MAY 4 f -.

>lray Beach there Friday night. shooting an,J .hole core ,
:2 I
The team salvaged
: ;.F" one victory equal to pr less than a player's Through a ruling /Secretary ol State
.. from four games over the week RM. Gray. according ,
l \ 'r:' After Belle Glades team estimated score for the round, to Statute 102.llfto, laws of 1941Tne Upel'YMr of

l DESIRABLE: whipped the girls 34-i and the will feature the official opening Issued, rnT Martin County certiffat, Wednesday Registration _
i boys 62-K Friday night there, of,the winter season at the Mar[ and I am lull, / allfied In every way
:! he Stuart eagers came home tin County Golf and Country

WATERFRONT LOTS where the girls lost' to Fort Club at port'.Bewail.Sunday,
Lauderdale sot but the boys
Club Pro
Andy..Hunter'rep rt-
allied to register a 2 -22 declson. -
IE It the ed Tuesday that the ,regular
was Boys second winn
1 Biz starts and the girls third greens will M put Into play for HENRY ftYONS
the first time P.
and, fourth defeats In six games. since their recent
EE replanting and all would be

found in top shape The tourney '
" I :ATS PAW WINS will be open to all golf enthusiasts

IRD SAILBOAT RACE and a large turnout Is expected -

r OTTO INREALTOR The Cats -Paw skimmed the I: with Club. Entries Manager should I. R:be Smith.filed REGISTERi INVE3TME .STATE MAKE REPRESENTATIVE A GOOD INVESTMENT IS A PU C AND CIVIC

urrerils of Hobe Brand for Its ME, A PR ESSIVE MAN WHO BY'VOnNC FOR
third victory of the ,season In Inaugurated two-a-week atrtJs A SPADE. YOU CAN'T IN CALLING A SPADE
!Inn I day afternoon's sailboat last Wednesday Scot Free cap VOTE UNLESS YOU
11 + r aces sponsored by the Hob ji jiI tured first place with Triton finishing THIS IS NOt ONLY YOUR RIGHT BUT YOUR mffvf"'t'
BUILDING Bound: Yacht Club. Scot Free second and Cats Paw
OUGHTERSON oak second and low Tide thirdn third. The fifth race was held IPaId ......... Ae..uw.el

th.* tour-boat competition. yesterday and the sixth. ,will beundaf
In the third race of the nwlyv $

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SOCIAL NEWS and HappeninC1s o.t' the WEEK IN STUART : ) ,
MRS. MARY HARTMAN,' Soclet: EdatOl' ,.1"" 111

- aAlUOAD HAN I'USBtTtRIAXS TO MElT .rUES STOCKLEY RiTl'RNSTO )ft. .nel M.s. P. A.. Angell ofQueena Mr, al ),In. Ralph L MUlam, Dr, nd Mn. 1le1llT Vo.rlI. oi "
IIt. TIRED ILVING HOI'IE JqR'Jolin : The Womana Auoc1atlon 0 ULERNOJame. Home Dempnstration Cluhs Village. 'L. I. ha" .r- Ja klOnlIIe accountants. w t..It the Preabyterlanurch) will Stockley has returned rived for their third ason In kUf'.JJta for tl"". da,. ot Mr,I I to spend the temaJiuhtr I''J"'J"'J"'fIeelt il VJ'11:

.Itw, /:.).L'oweO t, ret1rtcl, Ir.eond. 9' a t.or lnkollll. \- ,Oiceola meet at 1,30 Aye. p.m.Chapel.Tuelda Tbm, at the for to 1111 Salerno hom. tor vacaUon ()rganize bunty Council : :n ::.e -:: e'I: and Mn. to Ted bualneu Chamben here.'fIhUeattendlnc at the Jensen winter Beach.a' tl1elr new cotta& :

.. the Lonl falaud Ba1Iroad, IIIidInI the procram will be "MtaslolUl 1nIndl..Past and reat after Ie iiil fot ,a !.he R. E. John8On apartment -. ---. -- ----- I ,
& )lom. 01SoIth Cam- aud Preaent,'. Mr.. Ryeral ,eara ''Wlt.h the U. &, EnIIlneer.ln on CaUfol'J11J\:. ,'. : !.
1\ Ave, and West &USt.. ad'ent F. R. Horton !3..be hoateu.OUTCD : PenIUl71 a.nI and\ak- ,.t f ,'I "oml Demon tration gram hegl10 Ute afternoon mt'etIn : 1 ,
,IIal thot Holleran Apt.wrU inK two aurv., trIpe abroad, A. Club mb.rrl from. ,the four with tdlsl Holloway explillnIn It. A. Powell of Port Sewall.lOuInlaw SHOp I
retired tlUl )'ear .fter TRUT WINNERS II with ('Iuba ot. the county egnvened the m.any P or the club of Mr. IHld Mrs. AntlNw -
11 In Itrvlce. BecaUN ot hi.lith Slit tablea ot bridge playetl30lned trip the engLoeer. in the Tuesday for an aU-day .....tonat wo.rk. .tre88lng tho, expanded B&n\1ett, hJllelt tor Cieve- LEJTY DUCAN .. '
0' he baa ent a 'fIlnter ..- at the CIvic Ctnur wt'rhureday .arly faU took him' to E rope the Palm Clt1 Church\to organize llervlce now orre d b1 the Slate land where he will enter busl1)eM II(
llan hen ,we preylou.' 'ft.n.wlte arternoon Uter where they toured pglan4. ,II a count, councU ..ccordIng and national exten.Ion departments Mra. Powell expec'to
. < and IOn. Tom' retired Dutch Treat luncheon at Andy the &lkln cowltrtes, O ..co.Ital to the .sta Exten l n DepIIr which'Ilva' the lutelteetenutle !tll h1111 II lOOn a.tI howdllg can !
v, man. are wtth' him. John ''TBlm..' reataurant. Wlnnen of frane. and 1t1111"nd.: He ment letup, MIU Eth'll Hol. knowledlP"unbllllJedby be found. : : j'
1 oodrum II the tIOntractor lore high acore, In order. were Mrs.R. ) Cldna Iowa)'. Tal1ahaaeee. (jlatrlct borne fommerclal t.dvertisll1g... :II ,
tBS two-bedroom born.Ikh O. Judson, Mrs. H. H. Thater, had lone to JaPIIJ1 IUd. ,monsLraUon agent, w.. praent aU phases or home-making. Mra. A. Bowles lert Mooday ;
II eeparated rrom a rental ),fn. Howard :Neall. Miu Jd1thI : 1.1\ the aprlng, He had ..tutiled to explain the hlito" and' family management and child night tor hl't 1I9me In Atlan.a.ner \ \
, \bY a br !: I conntr1, Mrs.. EmU SvUokoe and \\0 dutl In WlUlamsport.. Pa., atter work 01 wuntY' eounctLI. She development. Ipt'ndlnl a wefk here with <
Mn. T. J. ,. edY. recoyerln, fr m an operation was Irltraduced by Mila LuelleInscoe. MI'. Oeorge Smltl1 of P lm her mother, Mra. E.J, Smith, and Frankly, woul you expect to find .u h fa
, at Jobne Hqpkln but,}aterwa. Martin Count)> agent.At City 'fI" eleetl'd p sldpnt or the hl'r mothr, Mrs, Lee, F. Terrell, : : f
TOURIST CLUB MEETS lent by Oov.rnmt'ndoctors an opeonlne bul1neu aulonMr. new council; Mr W. 1.., Merritt.Saler.llo. St, J.ucle Estates. large setec n of good looking dre.lIses 1,1
The Tourllt Club wUI meet at ,, .. Kathleen deVllblle. 'p l1. vice-president; M'I.Oeorge : .... I '
ror an extended, ne of a* <<.11In -
1:30: pm. .Monda, at the CIvic dent ot th, Palm City clull, preIded M. Fletcher. IndlanJown; ,
wr. I 95
Center ror a conred dlah supper.Ouesla Florida..... and Intro uced the tuellaLIId aecretal'J: Mra. Jack Saunder., Mt. and Mra. EdwIn Pollard $ 1 '
are requested to brtnKbuu. treaaurer. and Edwin. Jr., of Atlanta are 'fl
the following club prestdinta. IOn. Sal ro, Mrs.R. '
.. red rolls, a dl/lh./ for the "Uts. KITCIllI'iG ATTt:1COUNTT : \ M expected today to '181t her mothil1M I ISPUNS
nDERATION ftlEETMM. wh presented their club R. Wallace. Palm City. State CHAMBR YS WOOLS ,
menu and \\.able lervlce.DANIEL'S members; Mra, t, tanle, KItching reprented Sall.'trlo: Mfl. George W. Fletch.er an ,llIIIItallation ceremony. t c rrONS '
the Stuart. Woman's Club Mrs. Pollard (the former lean
tb at the St, Ind-o-Mar furtounIy ( Indlantown. Tropical ;Farm.Mn., Mra CreaaleBaker. deVillblsa' The IrouP 'fIllt meet quarterlY. Smith I and baby'wlll remain amonth. GABARDI S. PIQUES !,H

federation meeting lit fOI.tPierce membera wert hoete..aat once a year with each. It the '
SUNDRIES CO 1( 0 n d a,. Mn. Perry luncheon. four club& next meetlna '. EVERYONE ;
Saunden (If furt Pierce Wil.l re.el questlon-ind-answer p o"Founde will be In April at SaJerno, Mra. William 'McGr.th left SIZES FOR
,MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN'bOKED ee t e d presldnt and Mra.Kitching. Sunda, for hrr home In St. 'Louis, 9-15 '10.20 .:.18.25 ,
Vlcepresl ent. 'II It h aftf'r speondlne a week with Mn, : ,
the .ecreta".treaaurer to be aPpOinted A Sunday J1otor} party to Ute .Wllllam Chlaholm anei daughter, ;
i I
) by the prllild nt. Day RlngUng Circus 1I'11114r: quarters Mill B tt) Chisholm. =-- -- I'' ;
federation Include. clubs -
The I -
at Sarasota Included Mr," and
rrom OkeechobHl Indian River.St. D. D. (,ofbleln arrived FrIday I I II
Lucie and Martin Counties ThemeojPEOMeet Mn. Albert M. Shrill Ie)' and from Kent,Ohio, to loin his'Wife I Iat St't
wl h a quarterl1 me tlng held three children, Mr. and Mrs.Websttr th} home of her mothl't. Mn I PHONE: j
5 nnu U, 11'1 tach, count,. Jan.9/ Ordway and two 80nl J. R, Pomeroy, 'Where Il\e\ has
and Mr. and Mrs. ,Jack Colf'man been vllllting .. month Mr. and I IMra
. STUA.RT GIRL MODELlIN Loebleln wUl return home I IS
and two. daughters. They arrlVt'dtherp
1 BEACII FA1)IIION snow The PEO I ood mei with turda" :
tn time, \0 Ute dally
Carolyn Well. Far1ey. (laughter Mrs, 0, R. Ashley as hostelS Jan. .,- .
of Mr, and Mr.. E. 8. Wells, 19 at her home In HalpatlokeePark. ptactlce performance of the
525 camden Ave., WII featured Mrs. J. E. Brock pre.ldedtor animals.
,) In Miami Sunday paper .. the buslneaa meeting. 'Mrs.Soe REALEST
model at Tuesday" fuhlon ahowat M. Philp conducted an Instructive Mra, Grace O.\&ennlnger arrived -
)j the La Oorce COUD\J'Y\ Cl1\b\ quIZ on th! PEO canUtlltlon by auto TuesdllY nl ht

:;I : : I Iothen organization.and standlnr rule. ofthf' from Top'b. K\ns. to vISit six
weelu with her mother, Mrs H.N .
alol'lg the laa COIIIt, Founders Day program, with
II now l1)akllll her honie In MIamL Mn. Earll. Rlcou In charge, was Oalnes. of 1'roplcal Farms.Comlnl .
carried out'"fllth a IImpl' but wl\h her WRI Mrs. lA'Ja

MEAl.dous Impressive candlt'light eervice. Ludwig of SL. Jo&eplMil. to'Islt aU kind.
,I Welc ; Re 'rr:: I Mrs Rlcou wae assisted bY' Mn!,
\ a reII'' da'Jt with hl'r daul hter -
L C KlckUtt'r. Mrs.R. J. Taylpr.Mr& .
STEAKS BACK AINS Brock, Mn. PhllR, Mrs. T. I1l1d 8On-ln-law. Mr, and Mu:
Stanley Smith. MLsa Anna Gann E. A, Menninger, Jr.
R lilt II MGASPARILLA and 'Mlsa 'Teo.. M. Gunn: Following -
th! program, the hoste.. Mrs. Charlotte Wel h has been
OODS erved retresh11enta.Mra. appointed (halrman oftlltt/ oft.he
L M. JohnlOn '11111 behosteu Martin Count)' Red CrolBchapter.
to the chap r tor their .
I II II meeting Monda, at her )lome 1nEldor __ ___ I
dQ "ei hla. Mn. Phil!) will Mr, and Mrs. Andrew ennettof --___ I
haye cha,!! am, Wa hlDgtoll, D. C.. are u-
J)< 1\f". Charlel O III.e. II ellJlt'Cted the season at th'lr Port
home Sunda, from .. Sewall wlntrr bom A1t the$' I
thrt'wC't'k bu81neu .and pleasurl are driving 1.0"Florida. tilt', h.v.delayfd .
/ trip to..N" Ttlrk City. thl'lr trip bt allH(> ot
snow .torltl4 and roud Clldltloha.Bennett'ls () .
Jack Bogsesa returned ham! a practldliS IIltorneytn '//1
Monda" from Duke VnyerlltyKjpltal the c pltal. 1INNERSP
at Durham. N. c... where
he h.. undercone treatJl'1ent for i
arthritis for the paat IIx week.. ING MA
Jack II a MariM COI'pI f t.eranami \ and I
WIS attendln. StelaOn Unlerlll -
IInW he was hospitalized, 80 SPRING I Ion
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DAY Mr GIelin Dukes and little 6 legs I
I and daughter. Oalfn and
Wednt'l- $69.
DAY.TWUIUOAY Norma. lit Bartow were
I day gut'JlIa ot Mr. and MrL Ralph
DAY Hartman, Jr, Th11! .re vJaIUngMltI.
T U IE S D "Y F IE B. lOUt Dukes' par nta. Mr, and Ft. ierce Sleep Shop
Mn. OrvUle Onlewell, at Pilchrord' -
Camp In Jensen Beach. 120 N. 2nd St. PP.
The Gruewells arrived Frtday
from their home In Ottumwa,
Iowa for their 15th wln r atIosen

Mr. and MrL Roman 1. Irwin
had u their ruella laat week
Mra. Victor Malone, Chicago
Opeora Aasoc1atlon .Inger, and
h" sistrr-In-law. Mn. Alice
Sherrlph. who 'In' wintering tnPalm.
Beach. ludg. A. 0, Kanner -
and Seoator and Mra. Evans
Cra" were luesla for cocktalllWednrada
evenln.. Mrlt InvlT',
later 1'1 the wee 11:. vlat !d I.
,. Malone nd Mra. Sherrlph for
ERSES two. daYI at the PennaylYanlaJlotei ,
'n Welt Palm Beach.Mr. .

and":;; tt C, Bloom*
ingdale of, 8e'flatLI Polh\ have ,
been env.rta1nlnl her nephew.10hn ,
1. !'elota, who.. lett 8unda'lror :
Chicago en route to Dubuque,
Iowa where he II a Itudent IQaccountlnl
a Lor.. college,
formerl, Columbia Colleg SaU.
fish catches aboard the lnramIII
Values0.95/ to $29.95NO. Iklppered by Capt. WUllamHanUn.

were III" expertences totbe ..
fiattor' wb II now \Qoklnltor'flard
to ruture flalLa to Mar..
'PRICE"'Ore. tin COunt,.
1A The Bloomlndalel have .. 0_ QOX 606J .
their seaaon luelt MI.. Maryl..
Manlan,allte Df Mre. BloolIInc,

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PAGE FOl R and a muiwora plan t tn'A Port.1 site t flow point td aI KruCrai k

Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Elklns have ASHLEY GANGSTERCIIARGED BY FBI The management reportcreaw, lit; bulldlrij\ in this tare
l returned from a trip to Miami KIWANIANS HEAR: SIMS y I IN BANK ROBBERY' ed..! busy year .P nd thaC all InwiJ_ 111> 1_ !.___ ..-I
and Key West where they visited '
ABSTRACT & TITLE Tropical FarmsBy relatives! Miss Janl", their 1 Joe Tracy. SS, last surviving 1'S..
daughter also made the trip !MARCH.LEADER NEED I
'l 'INSURANCE co.,, inc. MRS. JOE SAWTEU.Mr : Miss Wanda Clements ot inch'celebrated member/ of the Ashley Gang, r -

-- antown her birthday leas-d from ItaIford four months Ma Every Day Abs (lutely Fresh 'I I
and Mrs V J ,Amostes Friday night with an old-fash FOR ADVERTISING! i ago,and employed at Gainesville C conut .Bon-Bont
Arcade Jeffrtei Creams ,
I 1 Victory: daughter and son-in-law of Mrs, ioned- hayride to Okeechot Marion T of Orlando, as a leather worker, was arrested Choco te Butter lines and ,
1\0': Joe day of Tropical Farms have where the young folks enjoyedthe Slats director of the March of! there yest'rday the FBI Cocon t Creams, Pecaa Pr Fudge
SJwrtPhone moved to Whispering Pine. 8 skating, rink The Indian- Dime';,; campaign, supplements of COMPLETE ASSO( &TMENT
miles south of Fort Pierce, They town invited guests'were Iris and I St. Petersburg Sets Pace and charted with being one
cut Iris brief remark on the national I Sand A Box To Y< #r Friendsarcel
\ had been living In MiamI. June Follock. Rus Franklin Throu-h Real Advertising two men who robbed! the Perkins
AT Mrs. C. J. Schulpbach and and Marion Parson,the Stuart and local programs Ungbt Program State.Bank at Willis ton of $10Jf ,- Post From C it to Coast
w 353 granddaughter Darl'ne Brink, guests were Jean Wright Thelim I ? Infantile paralysis 'with' I a 3 last week One Henry Randolph -
A'' of St. Louts, are visiting Mrs. W, Bishop Velma Sauvage, Bobby sound film entltt-d, "In Dally I "6' Petersburg;;; raises $100,000 Mitchell, as yet unappre- MI DRED HEA' SWEETS
epsnPaid E: Williams. They expect to be Bishop; Harris and Haywoodwall Battle" at the weekly noon a year through city millagj for hended. sought u his companion Rains! Bid Stua .'t1 h ,
Joined by Mr. Schulpbach In a J and Wilina'Simmons. Mr. meeting at Klwanli at the Worn advertising," Arthur Sims Mar in the robbery.MISSIONARY ,
Will ABSTRACTS few days and Mrs Reese Hataway 'were an's Club Friday, tin County commissioner, told .
tacit [ill HOUR SHVICtt:, Mrs Douglas Leighton and' chaperones.; An enjoyable time Jeffries related how the March Chamber of Commerce,director ASSEMBLY -- -J,
ilblj, Mrs Allen Mathews of Stuart was had by all Of Dimes wM originated In 1134 Monday t'n acMltlor SCHEDULED
& were Thursday visitors of Mrs Mr and Mrs W. H. Davis\ arid to support the work, dom against i tome $60000 I ti
Bob Brown, Mi and Mrs V J. Davis and this; disuse; at Warm' Spring, contributed by the people of St Protestant: churches of Martin FUG TE and /GREENLEES
r\\Lt\\ INSURANCE I Mr. and Mrs. Roy )E. Motes of'' son, Virgo. ol Pine Bluff. Ark., Ca, and when the American Petersburg-all for' advertising' County again wilt 'Join In the
Fort Mead werj Monday visitorsof are Visiting at the home of Mr copies> support for the cause, of this Intensiveprogran annual Florida Chain of Missionary t
The effects
LOW< COSH i Mr and Mrs Hobson Redciislv.. I and Mra l.-M, Elklns! Mrs W,, proved so tremendous the National i are apparent, ho :declared : I Assemblies to be held I nginecring, Surv/ying/ Blue Prints
of Petoskey.Mich i H Davis is Mr. tlklns' another I Foundation for Infantile today and tomorrow at the First
r I pelf a'e' Sundqiiist of Mr and Mrs li. W Simmons Paralysis was founded tn 1933 is I Baptist Church In Fort Pierce Climates Subs led On Request,
: growlngbecaus --
11111'I "St. Petersburg
Wis arrived this week Jr and family. Daisy Ann, Hub I to unify tlu fight against polls have found I E:llglous leaders from many
I Waiuau crt Lee Wayne Rod James, were and coordinate the research program ? those! peoplo parts of the world will bring a
land in MsltmR at thr home out you f Fla.
builds: vlsiuirs ol Mr. and Mrs against It program this year which Is said 303 E 4tf St.
Mr Old Mrs Bob Brown Til'f} to make money irielr Chambei
II W SlmmouHMis : I He listed the national program ; I by sponsors to excel any of the
\ expect to be:._here.!: _until:April_ r m rov-dry: of Went as Including 41) research for of Commerce has ample pamphlet previous 11 yean during which PII E311
Palm Death was the week-en I cause and cure. (121 national and booklets to give tlu true this project In missionary education
Must! ol' her mother, Mrs. H M. health education and (3)) sup- facts to the nation", and conducts has been: brought to the I -i!
OahlrMi purl of the Warm Springs enter a nationwide" advertising State by tlv cooperation of the

and Mrs, Glenn Bf Martin County
i lilldn n. kenny and Sue, ol I 11 I provision ft medical care for Hobe Sound, WhO, theme for this year's programwill I
victims' when (lit Irpm be "Christ In a Chaotic WAX
Highest Cash' Mom Haven w're' Sunday visitors necessary has attended the last sevsral i CL NTONE
for hospitals tot World"I '
a I uf Mr and Mrs. I. M. Elklns equipment of Commerce '
Paid For our victims and 131Lrstning' ( State Chamber This year's faculty membership '
treatment of Into Jvl II Cracks and, CrevicesOf ,
Mr "sad l Mrs. K W. Simmons meetings, stated that he hoped J' It's S ajed
R "ree of local personnel, he is most Imposing! In that it
USED madea bu tineas trip to Okce- that Stuart and th' other lYour- Car
fore '.said. He also reported that Martin Includes men) and women who
$ Us ihobro Wednesday, 1947 munklei! of Martin County com"1 in
[ County's donations la an making religious history. I MO SWAY
You I orA Mr rod Mrs E. E. Van Seov we.' the third highest In the Join in a concerted their chosen fields. -
I OUl.atandinl1 ,WHII i m MOTION
: next Y '* CAR cui ixri
national advertising
Tr e of West Palm Drach were Thursday ',, Slate lu per capita basis, exceeded year"presenting .speakers will include the Rt Rev, II MODERN METHOD OF LUBRICATION -
night guests of MI'" Gco.gJ \ only by Dude" and Mon the honest" facts ot I Charles B. Colmore DJ>. who A, s.rll. e"se This N.. M.la.pStua
SUP USE MOTOR COM ANY Backus I roe Counties. all we have to offer was bishop of the Missionary I
I FOat 1 PIERCE g PHONE lee Mr and Mrs F O. Boris and The film set forth\ operation II- also expressed himself w District of Puerto Rico and the Sqrvice Statioiajed
rluldren Clatidln and Donald. >If( a local chapterThe club hadeight favoring the present bridges-to-- !' Virgin Islands ujitll bj resigned I
who hive bei'ii visiting at the ) gu-sts Tomorrow's meeting the-ocean expansion "whichshould last year. Also the Rev Kenneth CULT PRODUCTS 'Pa..
hum of Mr and Mrs I. M. Elk- 1 will be devoted to filing Increase the population L. Potce who is spending; this 5115 t'

TOMMY SAYS Ini. returned to their. home In 1 i monthly committee reports I and than bring anticipated In more,"gasoline He exp taxes sued I year In the United states on fur T. Ne-r------
Miami t I -- I lough from duties as secretary
Mrs George J Backus and full confidence that road improvements of the Dcclples of Christ Mission I 4 -f
Mrs Jw SateH and son, Jo' FLOOD CONTROL would be carried out In central provinces of India; j
When Traveling South Jl m.ulc a biislncs.-! trip to Forl but warned that rlKhla-of between-SWart wa1' I. Alice Shepard Rlgga of ''bea alunlkl. I PERT BOAT} CARPENTER.EXPET
must be completed
Put.. Fl play\ Greece, wife ot ttv president a ,
N'4 Don't F Jset to Drop In Mr :ant Mrs V U Matthewsand REPORT HEARING and Fort Pl'rce on U 8 1. of Anatolia College, and :
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-hildrrn Paul, Kenny, Philip : Dr t M Bratcher of Brazil I MACHINIST
For and Gerald,of Port Mayaca have .
leturned from visiting Mrs Matthews Show SJlnJGJ F.\ REELECTFDHEAD _
Lyric to
DRINK Mr and Mrs John F. Bishop,,
at Delray B:ach and Mrs. Oene PresidentialYear' Albert M. Shrlgley 'was' reelected -.
Steelman ol SummerporC, N J.. I A public hearing for review of manager of the Stuart J '
I The fVay You Like It wire Sunday visitors of Mr, and I he Comprehensive Report for office pf tint East Coast
Mrs James Rider I -lood Control and Oth"r Purrases Film and Supply Company at t :annual I
Mr and,Mrs. L H ,lcws and in Central and Southern meeting of stockholders in j Stuar Marine Service'
A GOOD PLA' FOR A GOOD TIME laughter Jo Carol. of'''Vcro rlorida as prepared by the 'oJ fort Pierce Monday night, '
Brach were Sunday visitors of I board of engineers!: for rivers and 1948s big question, "Will tlw All officers of the n1I&a1two
DANCINGYOUR Mr and Mrs. Carl SauvageMrs arbors under\ authority of varl- Republican Party caplur the were renamed starting with ncorporated ...
BR G FRI|NDS Willie Thompson of Bonn ins Congressional resolutions 'Presidency, /Or will the Dc>mOt> Paul L. Osffn as president and (.
au, S C vlsllrd Mr, and Mr: I kill be held at the City R.-cre- :rats extend their 16-year ten4ure general manager The company I
AND lame Rider Tuesday MrsThompson : than Bldg. at Northeast 5th. St. ?" forms the subject of the opcrutcs: lards in Cocoa. Eau PHONE) "-
FfcJOY Is Diane I Riders new March of Time, Ths Presidential -
SAL F and Blscayne Blvd. in Miami Jallln, Melbourne Fort :
I irandmother,, Diane returned\ \ itartlng at 10 am, Monday The Year," to be shown at and bert with general offices I
South parolnu with her for a learlng will extend three, days Stuart's Lyric Theatre Tuesday --.f, 0M. ---+------- -- 0 M-
Fine liquors of Alt Kind two-week visit\ Jirough Wednesday "nd, Wednesday
Mrs Maggie/: Drowdy celebrated Prior to this hearing a series Public Int.rrrat'ln the Prcsi-<
OPEN LL AY SUNDAY E Y SUNDAY h r birthday Saturday) night vf flv localized hearings are bens lentlal election U at an all-tims :
>it tin home of her sister!: and held this week In Orlando, nigh, the film explains, because GENERAL 'E ECTRIC;
TOM Y' BARON brother-in-law,, Mr and Mrs.''I (isslmmee, Okeechobee LaBelle today the Presidency ot the
:art Sauvagr The Invited guests and Miami to learn local viewsor United States,has become not
wore Paula Lessle and O L Red- I further guidance and make a inly the nation's, but the world's
U S. 1 r BE SOUWD ONLY 1 llsh Fred O'St'en J R Ood- i irslimlnary organization to pre- No. 1 Job, t tSincj 'I t
12 Mils South df Stuart cry Mr and Mrs ;J B Sauvagend rust these view to the board the administration of t CUTS PIUlES IN
Mr and Mrs Carl Sauvage The LaBelle hearing was held at 3eore Washington 159 years .
Si ?aki. and Icr cream "were" served I 10 this morning and the Miami a 10. outstanding Incumbents BID, TO STOP* FLATIOri
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me is set for 10 a.m. Saturdayit luch as Jackson. Lincoln Cleveland -
at t the County Commissioners ,Wilson and the two Roose'ettp -

----I room have redefined and ex- G. E. Leader Range $ 875 Now $169.75
l'I We Are The comprehensive report recimmendj >inched duties and functions of'I |
Ready tb, office the Chief!
12 separate works with Today & "
ompletlon of them to cost an Executive
:-.=; stlmated $201135.000 for contraction Iuties and functions of the of-
and for necessary lands Ice Today the Chief Executiveaces !
V tilE Prepared to Help and relocation plus $3,703,000 annually a burden of duties which ,MARTIN COUN'Dehon LECTRIC CO.
V for operation and main- lave been characterized u lit-
tenance. The hearing's prlncl- Tally "mankilling"Who Bldg. > Phone 75
pal objective! Is so Interested par- will become the Repub-
: YOU tir., may further express their Ican candidate for this Job U -------- -- .- -- ...
views' and present additional he news story ol f the year, More
tatements and arguments rela- than a dozen candidates and TRY US .
Ivo to the advisability of the lark horses err already In thetideopen
.4ll1 I' Start the New Year Right Jnited Stats' undertaking the race for the Republlan WE MAY HVE- WHAT YOU NEED \

r-- ,.. mprovements recommended by : nomination. '
Equipping Your nome he division engineer. "The'Presldentlal Year" pre. Phone
ants the men who are prom In. .
It I ( With. LYONS LEAVING ON ent> figures In the precolU'e1wtion. I

VACATION TRIP contests In exclusive. can- : 3551
lid studies. It outlines too somef # ;

VENETIAN BLINDSCustom Mr and, Mr*. Henry P. Lyons > the difficulties the Demo- ,
Of Lyons Imperial Restaurant :ratio Party will have in reconlllng ;: V
I ire Vravlng next week for Hot : the sharply disparate e 3- FAINTS
Springs, Ark., and Oklahoma tents which Franklin D. Room-'
Built To Fit Your Window :ity Okla., for several weeks cit held' together .under the I : HARDWARE
acation. He will visit his cousin New Deal. iFinal r 14 '' SASH DOOKft
all 225 Fort Pierce In Arkansas, ex-Oovernor Rob- thrilling climax of the '' TWSTERi'AI
i I ert Kerr, keynote speak'r at the llm shows the typical can yen. "p'V CEMENT
iI AND Sat national Democratic con- lon, forshadowlng the most exciting 'til, 7J"a a FLOORING .
I I en tlcm. event 1941 holds In store! Vw SIDING 1 I1
Let One Of QuA Representatives Measure Your WindowsMANUFACTURING Completing the bill with this
) ilASS-BOTTOM BOAT attraction will be Oreer Oarson
PUNCHED IN PALM CITY: In "Desire Me" plus a cartoon,
The Sea Gardens, one of the news and preniea. '__ Hobe Sound Luifber & Supply Co. Inc*
I CO. arg-at boats ever built In Martin ,

TRA ) 3V Mi. So. of'Orange Ave. On U. S. IAmple COunty, was. launched at Pastor's Mother,
Palm City by |1t8 builder, Capt.
Parking R.. C, Parker, USti retired, at 11 Preacher 70 Years .
a.R\L Tuesday It was docked ,
F rt Pierce, Florida at the city dock for an hour TO Speak HereMrs. High ist Qua ity
i I and then taken to,Miami ,
P. o. Box 1012 The boat has a glass bottom,
.Is 112 ft wide by 60 ft, long and .E. 8. Bannbrter, mother of CARPENTER'SfJOLS
i \ has a_100-passenger I capacity, he Rev W. O. Aldridge of the
- Church hers, will


: SHEfiTA METAL WORKSI: hunch 9.l has 8i1n preached a). Mrs.more Bannister.than 70 TICN WITH A LIFETIME. OF C BUILT I| THEM BEFORE BUYING

e )sirs' in 21 States and In Europe IT WILL PAY YOU TO INSPEC OUR STOCK. .
.k reild-ent of Toronto she was

: NO JOB TOO LARG L ,NO JOB'' TOO SMAlL. BIDS SUBMITTED: Her son will apeak on "Christ
and Problems at the .PAINTS I ,
CRANEand KOHLER FIXTURES 1 04: $ I.m. service Sunday,



: Arthur Randolph Bymonette [Drop In Ted.y'f
and Charles Kramer Larimer r,
Stuart Plumbing and Metal Works have been !Jailed on charges of
XHiceallng stolen property, In STUART flARDWkRE
lieu of posting 12.000 bond after
PHONES DAY 100 /'NIc' 1T .3M BOX S46 STUART FJ A. I of he I Coast sheriffs Ouard office telegraph found J:wire miles in;' Phone 108 Drew KingBernard Coke Stuart,. Flasofa.

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.UILDI/'IG' naMn riVI,MEN SEEKING called by the death of his CHURCH MEETING |ELD Initiated formally Into the Alpha Burned forests build no Indus "'f r: '

r/.w. Rya. tllaahe.a. ..... I CRUISER SALVAGE In \ mother Salerno News I Chi chapter! ot the Delta Sigma I trill, pay no wages, reduce no J 1 t I I
.".. IAfe. al..k .. _.t.. ... -- I I Mr and Mrs. George ,Ounn. A.LeeeandH.BKrattwerereelected Phi Social Fraternity, Stetson I taxes, \ I'' :
and W. W.
ta.t mrdL 4'.e' t Joined by
I 21.
1 Mr. and Mrs. George Paine and University DeLand Jan.
r Ie ... ...... .... .. Jack Whtticar O C. Whltlcar
r ...._ L. $ .1. .' Mrs, Lewis Gamble spent Thureday Buddlngton and David M, Marshall I -- --------- I I'' I
1M 11. alma..... 7, c_. tby fe f. and \Earl Dare. charter! captain. CIRCLE ; In Ton Pierce. SOCIETYPLANSCHURCH as new elders of the Pres-
bvterlan I j t
and Douglas Shelton and Carl Blount Oldeon, who la attending Church at the annual 1 Now Under Personal Supervision of I I' t
Erickson, commercial fishermeot Stetson University spent last church congregational (Upper EARL B. DUCAN ; 11

filed claims In US. court at Ml- PLANS SALE, Mr.week:and end Mrs here. ,Seymour with his parents Old eon. SUPPERON Friday meeting night at the Price Woman French.Club ErWIn 4 Owner, jf y ;

ami Wednesday against the 45- Johnwtck: and Willis Paget I "I
WAi Mr. and Mrs. Salem Oreena- BAR
foot luxury yacht "Northwester! ," CHURCH PARTY walt of Schuylklll Haven, Pa, WEDNESDAYBy Were trustees!elected and various to the board of ;I I

MOST COMPLETE broached and abandoned at 8t are here visiting her mother, within the church organizations made- ST. LUCIE J fAURANT t
Lucle Inlet Jan 1 tin an accidentIn Mrs Nora Uptcgrovs. and Mr.
A Which on man was drownedand UNDER SUP 5105 0 ANDY TSIMAS -
Lodge and Mr and Mr. Walter ,
i 9 men ana women rescued The Ladles Church Circles of Uptegrove at the Bloomingdale George Osborn entertain! INITIATED; ( :
Line of
The boat .la registered under the the Community Church met: Jan. Estate on Bewails Point ed the Ladles Missionary Societyat Robert, B. Gideon. of Jensen CJ ,
T PALM BEACHES name of ROM Kaufman and 21 at the church. After! a business !- Mrs R. 8. Roberta was hostess her home :Wednesday afternoon Beach now attending! Stetson! < and CORDI1LSAnthony's ( I

AcEECHOBEt ROAD i Badle FrbchJlng\: Long Island session ari Interesting program home to her 'brides afternoon.club at High"her Plana were made for ''a University west one of H men ;,:;
417 Tuesday -
N. Y.SA arranged by Mrs. Jean Mrs. supper at the church atS next jl
ONE 2-3851 score prize Were won by .1
Beat and her committee was ; TUkeU will be '$1 "
---- ---.- pre C H. Alderman, and Mrs Seymour Wednesday '
.. sented. The 23rd Psalm was read Gideon Others playingwere each Refreshments were served ( '

Se. Ut For by Mr. Hamilton. Two solos, Mrs. Lewis Oambl, Miss by the hostess. Other guests were Spe 'ales for 1,
"The Lords Prayer" and "My Elizabeth Robertson, Mrs Minnie Mrs s: D, Bever and slater-ln- Specials :

do f...R.\lriir9'iif III e;. Rep.w.'and Task," were sung by Mrs Grace and Mrs Klpp E.: Mrs.3. Ward.Adolph Hertel law',Mrs.Thomas Askel of Pont-, Fri. & t., 3031 i
1I\a. Warren, accompanied.: by Mrs lac HI, Mrs J. P. Wllbar, Mrs.C. .
R S. Robertson, has resumed
ERVIC Parts Madtts A book review, "The Complete Line of Birds Eye Frozen FbodGROCERY" : ill;;
of .
Vineyard" by Dorothy Scharle- management the Jensen C.Jacobs;Mrl J J. McCullumMis __ I
Brach Grocery after an absenceof ] Katie Riddle. Mrs. TUU3\
Mr. Anita : '
maren was given by
BAUERLucie several months Hulls and Mrs Oeorge McPherson T ,
TIlton. At tile conclusion of the
: Mrs Earl Smith of Rio Is DIMribuM. \>r M.k.r. .<
program refreshments were spending some time In Miami Maiwtll HO.U Colt*, BACON \ I
Mr. and Mrs Dwight Stevens r
: 142'W served In the Schoolrooms
Ph Sunday
Aulevard ** The hostesses! for the afternoon with her husband, Earl Smith and son. Lyle,of Colfax. III, are I SATISFACTIONGIFEE W9c- :
who Is In Coral Cables Hospital visiting Mr.and Mrs. S D. Bever. I
were Mrs. Volght, Mrs. ,"
11111111111111110111111111111111111111111111111111 '''''''''''''''''' Spencer, Mr. Hamilton and Mrs. with pneumonia His condition Mrs. Stevens U a niece of Mrs ,Ib. 43c. -- I f r
illllllllltllll Tobin, Is reported! slightly .Improved Bever *....... BEEF CHUCK POT T" I 1
BILL FREE ,The circle has arranged a resell -GUESTS. Mr and Mrs*Eddie Collie and TND RIO CRAPE fcuif II
of both new and old clothing sons Boddie and David of New< ,
1 and other miscellaneous articles Mr and Mrs Roman J. Irwin aygo, Mich., arrived here last JUJCE2r 15 C '
L Doing Business A* have as guests this week Mr. CUT If---------r-
at the Town Hall Feb. 8 and '1. week: after five months there. PO .
and Mrs. Andrew: Pearson of J.Stockley! and Mr and MrsQeonr SMARTY
The circle also la planning a
Sales and Se ice Co.Moistu Conn. lie is the son
juipmint Cromwell
[ Valentine Party to be held at the Shelton of Belleport N. CHOPS 65c
of the late Wallace R. Pearson, .
"Where and When Yo ant it".IaATION church Feb 11 to which all are owner of the Pearson Greenhouses E.y, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. DOG FOOD 3ca .2Sc '

ITEMS, fUMFS fOWE,UNIT AND IIra.AYER' g Invited! nationally known as thecountry Thompson ,. ARMOUR s IN REFRIGERATOR II
= Mr and Mrs Carl Hoa,-.t- Mr and Mrs Orman Egglestonand V tA"-fOOD APPLl JARS COT /E
i largest growers of orchids -
WI MANUFACTURCLle Mr. and Mrs Richard OVer-

Free' Sp > Portable Irrigat HIS Systems ORANGE ,YI.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 Stuart tended Harvey Wednesday a meeting Wright of left night the Thursdayfor PTA in Andrew; camellas Is carrying and on gardenias.the busl- ,Sunday helper motore'd to Fort Pierce JEllY 2 ;:r7z.3Sc CHEESE29c, ,
t'tO&1' o.e .. Fr. .._ a 14ht iu auw Flint Mich.. where he was n-ss since the death of his Mrs Llila Mae Parks left Saturday _


SECOND SIIOWER I Monday for Tampa on business 300 SO.AKRON AVE / STUART, fLA.
Mrs Bill and
Mr and Lang
11 = Jan Par Marvel Jane,ParkerS Miss Viola Krelder RN. who daughter, Bitty. and Mr. and YOUR FRIENDLY SBMI-SELF SERVICE GR CERY AND MARKET
lost her home and all furnlsh- I
Mrl Buddie Ollllard called on PHONE 143 FOR FREE D (VERY
\ MARBLEICEDDevil POPPY SEED Donuts ings by fire recently was hon
their Mr. and Mrs. C.
\ ored a second surprise shower
ood ViennaBread Plain, Sugared last we"k:. The event was givenby L. Ollllard of Starke last week.
Pvt. 1st class Clem Mathers
( L Ii
the Stuart Legion Auxiliaryof .
or Jr. of the Army stationed In
which she Is
a past president
Cake Sugared at the home of her brother and. California has been discharged V-8 TOMATO
and Is here with his family
.Ister.tn-Jaw. Mr and Mrs. Gene
15.0 35c l-lb.loaflGc Doz ._......19c Krelder, at Palm 4I' ; assortmintof linens and kitchen wood Patricia of. Naples Kenheth are here visiting Lynn- atsup laws ..... sal, . .
equipment was presented by the
Mrs. Carson parents, Mr. and s
r j ALP. nKERS" ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE NEWLY 15 auxiliary members who attended Mrs W M. Mart.


;4\\ It Stags FRESH IBeUerTashngBettcr er 1 MISS ENTER Mlsi ERNIE Ernie BARRY Rteou RICOU COLLEGE, daughter TO of Oeergs and Kathleen ions Brownlee called Jesse and on In Mr George Kobe and Bound Mrs.and 1 JUICE 2 r: .23c OCO UT pure 4-ox.while 19c '

Mr and Mrs I:. L. Rlcou?,win Sunday' LYNDEN 4.
+ I } than Ever leave Monday for Miami wher i, Mrs. Arlo Carson and children
; she will begin freshman year 'at and Mr and Mrs W M. Mart :
Barry College. She will majorIn ',motored to Tampa Tuesday on Egg Noodle! and Chicken lb. jar 25x
sociology Miss Rlcou was a business and will visit with relatives
member of the 1M7 graduating in Tampa and Wauchula
IM1CIL class of Martin County High before returning home. They expert -,
School and has since been em- to be gone three days V-8 VEGETABLE BLUEBIRD FLA. ORANGE
ployed by the State Road Department Joe and Jay Quigley returned a.

A leader at the In Port high Sewall school office Saturday Augustine after with four Mr.dUI and:In Mrs.St COCKTAIL 2 r;2 c JUICE :::: 23cPRIDE

activities, she was editor of the Rudolph Quigley Jays brother.
school paper, a member of the Mrs. Jim Marr and children O' THE VALLEY
varsity basketball team and the of Hobe Sound were dinnerguests

:: ;; WilliE DREAD Beta Citizenship Club and Medal received at graduation the UDC W M. Mart!Sunday! of Mr. and Mrs. Early June Peas 2 no. 2 cans 29; ;

meet every
ceremonies. The Sunbeams
: : j Tuesday afternoon at 3 at the ICI
e oA p LOAF ClASS TO HAVE SOCIAL Southern Methodist Church with OSAGE SPICED PIE '2 No. 2 cans
e't' : p The adult Sunday School class ,Mrs W. L. Merritt as leader
of the Presbyterian Church, will The Rev. J. C. Zuch of Hob? PEACHES r BLACKBERRIES 45cLUCKIES :
fRfSNNfSS fADfS $ have a covered dish supper and Sound has charge ot the. servicesat c
fRf SODA REMEM8fR WHEN FLAVOR IAf social hour at the home of Mrs. the southern Methodist
oATED Myrtle Backus: in Jensen Beachat Church here for several Sundays CAMELS, CHESf ERFELDS .
t pjn. Tuesday. Class membersare In the future while th3
Froze, I Dried CHOOSE A & P urged to bring a dish and Rev F. L. Crawson is away Mr. CIGARET/TEB u o .aa carton $1.77SPECIALS :' 'II'III
FRUITS and CUT RIGHT TRIMMED RIGHT \ate nails. Crawson has been ill for sometime l
"TAE- SUPER RIGHT MEATSFresh and his. many friends for a I
Red Delicious COUNTY BOND SALES speedy recovery Everybody Is
Center Cut CAIN DURING 1947 Invited to these services.Carpenters +

APPLES 3 31 38C MARE :
PORK CHOPS 65Cr Martin County was one of only
> Ib. ...,# 19 counties In Florida In which Local
HUdlf..aCABBAGE sales of savings bonds in 1947
Showed an increase over 1948 .
5 5C flflI C official figures' from the V S. OkelU M ci usinesaO dressei :

.- ._T 'I ..,-- ROAST Ib .. ._... 61 I savings Treasury bonds Department division revealedvesterday of the Agent Stuart one 44-W, Fryers (ta e 2 to 2l/2 Ib, average lb.79X ,

jura i| topped r J Meets 1st au ,, .,.,,r..

CARROTS 25C Fresh Cround Sales in this county.last year nights W m Hall 2 .t
bunch*] totaled $283083 or $4840 par mile nor of rt Pierce, GEORGIA HAMSSTRING

|trs: :I6 1 WAi ,. BEEF r .Ib..b --",. .. 43' capita based on the 1>49 census on Old xis Hi way. ARMOUR'S STAR EAL END 59c
figure The year before sales Carpe s and oinera of ,
POTATOES E !10 lb45C Lamb- r Shoulder C were nearly $20.000)... and tM America are invited to at. BONED and ROLLED : '

net result was the elevating of tend monthly m Inge.Relief ROUND ENDCENTERCUT 69c
ROAST 43'Sunnyfield the county from 12 rank on per lb.
iBirdseye S'wec' Bird ey E Green Ib.. .. __.. .___ capita sales In 1948 to fifth ranging ROAST Ibis .. 69< ,
|P ry Sliced total dropped more than $18- At LastiForYflurCouiii N
BirdseyeJni -- 000.000 in 1947

Blu BerrielllO ut BACON lib.1 _...._.. ... ._ .. 83' During December alone $13,575worth .
*. pkg. Corn, li R27. of bonds were sold In Martin RIME WESTERN BEEF
County of which: $11075 was
Daily A die Ptolden Cream Style, Ann Page put In E bonds only The State Crean rellarea be.

HORS Corn,Kj o. 1_can .._....,.. 25c PreparedSJ'aghetti' of total which for December$3709,399 was. was$5,348141 id E gauss trouble beoee of b b to use d t expel the ROUND or 5/RLOIN/ ENTER CUT POT ; I s

FEED A & P trade A California 2 15%-0*. cans 23c bonds aloneFOl'NDEES. to term nottw laden and pifnrra ml,rwr ayfald tender nature inflamed STEAK 90c OAST 75cFFiESH 1

SpinaAtJVlo. 2'/ can ___.17cSunnyfiell with Tomato Sauce WEEK SET branc Tell btooclkl rafafn' gjbeoua M to sell mem you _. __ ,._._ ;

plans for observance of Florida yoinust like the way It '
TALC Cereal! 10 pkg.cartonZoc Southern College 83rd annlver to ukkly hmre auaysM yoijjsKAer couch tack.or you are 'BEEF 39c BEEF 49c '
For P'anc*es or Waffles Ann Page sari during Founder Week CRE/MULSION CHOPPED lb.
[Laying M812 SunnyfielcAPancakA %-pL jar .. 3cI.pt. March 1-7 were announced to

2 1a bag. 1.49 Flour ... .s...12c jar ._ .42c day by President Ludd M.Spivey For CoisJRiaiel Cold*,.Bronchitis-- t

o0-ib. bag, 5,89 And Flavored ANN I1 ACE 15% Maple Ch.d-O-Bit Cheese Food o O All popular Brant IB. 40x

F trALC, ,Syrup, p -'--25c 2.Ib. loaf ,$1.08 CENTRAIKlAflKETIEAT
Ideal Toasted
tch Cd Ann >agi Clrrant Sandwiches for THE COMPLETE FOOD STOREOMER"S

dally 12-oV. tumbler ......30 bag 1,48 Crispo

00-lb. ba s.e7 A"P WalrelUnpeeled Cookies
J ApricoU. No. 2V can ..34ctA&P Pig ?. .__ JOc


*, Oatmeal, q
EAST FOURTH ST Black Walnut and Akron Joe Brooks WE: ,ARE' OPEN
00.1k. Lag, .99 555 F


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WOMAN'S CLUB : tn00SlO4 us
I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ FOR RENT Obituaries TSTMTH. ss; nod. (IT... I. Ire NINTH ThE 1)eurr CIAI. Clectily uuy a"'

I'Olt RENT- bedrooms
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $10 a Week permanent party, HEARS STATEHEALTHNORKER I 1. mid k.tau .I0HIf ,. ??GltlC. P COMuEMNA5
l fls TURN IT INTO MONEY.. QUICK READY MONEY. desired art, V. ite Box I08S, Slutl MELINDA CLARK '0" Jun 'I, ,... S II I.. n. aPatois.,

ULRATKS I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ? .--. .-- --UcAL ADVUTLEGAl. m- 505110? P nhI.Fo nod

AT- DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET. SELL 11' IbIS RENT Apis. S aad 4 --- NOTICE- Lull-FR PuLfoIslo, 1.

I $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ rooms Mi k, month, sqanou ,DIES AT 96 Psco'st to laatliuu Ill of tOas toe CONDEMNATION

AIIpan. ;, : 3e PER WORD ORDIV IF YOU DON'T NEED IT SOMEBODY DOES.SSSS'S'S or yearly, II electrig, ( 'eenu I IApto -L- ,...... aenSol Arl. of ..t.....ouainrlo"is. ,h. (.'MrCae.lo'Io. 705 All. waDs iv
of h. Oil, of ..uasS.aoetI.voiherd.Jford
AlllU1S1Ml')1 50.t'OR 1'NURDS 431 C'onut 110w, *Uart, Mrs, fcrnestlns Marquis, lupervlsor ,
4 $ $ $ at (Sn en. I h'I aJ.iute tc roolduOtO .1 uVaaoI Mat rplaridn
; sc pm WORD ctriTALK I'la. 8,1,8,29FOR Mrs. Jdeltndactawnofl Clark, at four-county Unit t at lose.- rrnboi lb "gowitautOu.. lIo"knh.CI4C5000 .. -

4 PaIn: MINIMI: M 85o JOB l:7 ENGINES. STOVES. FURNITURE. BOATS. RENT New wuJr.at $6, who ha been coming to 8tu\ District 10 ol the Florid Welfare tIt_.... sod.me.404h.in.ne. .II.-t. "..... its Tb.0000105 POSHiOeOe I. iS.abner aS.s.a14 nuod I0e P.
Witt.brll'. WORDS $ $ $ SSSSSSSS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ oSuus5P'tinin5. II..... .. 050 nO ISa mode.nuliOn
(101' 1934 died Worn
0. at to the SUarl
cottages elusea visits Board
Beafl art since spoke
I AII'I -/00.*
; ...1.i tu500. of ,50 .045 PtItinS In iS oslo0 ,
i UNiimiiiliiiiiiiiTiHiiiiiliiiiiiti'a'iiMAPARTMENTS, i i i i .. I
TRAILERS. CARS. FRUIT. MACHINERY. condition, Ic bath. I'honu the home of )her1 son, Earl W. an'* Cljib yesterday on the work U, .lurs "..... .Or .eo.nd 10 ldo hi iS.Cs .. opion.PtlntleO be 15. usId r .. ..

1 !.IIblJ. 11111111I11.111111111111111I111111I1111I1111I11 FOR RENl I Ir r' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $19 154-B. 9. 5,22,21OR Clark CIS West 6th St.. at 4 of her department In Martin ,. .or who woru olSIreki. I .ailtl04... to p.511 pork tuod p500.00.1 simOn dl iS. I.SOuinlhod ,..

'ISO .4 0/noel, Mansiu ,- :
REITl nor uwn ng ma. ft.m. Friday Funeral services a, County Thy department ot Wel. If Pines.

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ chine as edger. fInIsh Johns Chapet Sunday afternoonwer fart and health of the club also 5mm 1'0011.. 5oPOn ,., lnowlTte Woos Ooe-lhtri w 'aiwnismsoln.
S. 04 lint Fri
Br *
Ms.. HW '
CHICKENS. HOMES. LOTS. SERVICES.I paur floor. I reason Is rats.. Addihou an
conducted by I the Rev. presented MM Flora Mat Stanley Wnttoft C r totonk. I I'

r ""IIi1.oUf $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ssS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Phone, 103, Stuart ardwar.Ce Charles A. Carriel\; Burial wa who told ot the school health It.WIlIIoCO..,. A._CnslnMr. ... -- s.aainoearL POlO KM b ('.to.IS. Pius/

, t..J ) 'I m St In Fowler, Ohio Alongside Mr I. a. c.... lUT.nl tioeubtr olin u
j jI' MONEY! MONEY! MONEY MONEY! MONEY! I program which was launched\ a rlrhu tk.nJoVrMKIlkFOtl'l. koio.aios .

ret n Wi b"lI' i ?r g n $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ (OCR DOUR : room nuw ova/h. Clark Born whodied In Jackson In Center 1930 .Mercer year ago: Mr*. O l> Mooney, Salerno .:.;.,K.llr.Rnointt 1:1110.I. : -. tbij I,
I'' able, new lurid re, Holly. who baa served a* count; C. .
\ .' f r !! \I ; '; "171 m' USE THE CLASSIFIEDS. EVERYBODY READS 'EM. wood bed Inner ring analtressell. County, Pa.. on June I I. wlfare worker for many yean JoSu 1;....n.r.'k'.e'lt.04.o jS VuO..04*05000 oarS JSlik nod* *"

.: L ... .. _. leO fr $01 weekly -- 1(51$ Ib, was the seventh of 11 under the employ of the county Oo..IbP" 0'0OO. bernet 55, ?
_<<. children .. MulSa' 15. of 5'W *. kto
of Mr and Mrs. William I. ** "
\ ,_, { \'f' Phone 300 and 01 II. Hotel, Federal board, and Mri William C Barr, usnt..t..H..Id.e' --- *&& **. tl'aoi.l$ niad
1 111gb iy at ridge, tf101IEXT Harris' Clawson 8h. married State welfare worker for this Iaw.t 0 lies -- .. .0,5 oh you, boili ,,
Lester Adam Clark..of Fowler H04etnSslO: : ., .. rolm-ty,. net fins o Soh
ATLANTIC COVETAPRTMTNTS "iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii', "!_ !!! !!!!''I..I!!' !!,!I II vi; OCt. 22. 1877 She studied. musicIn county (AIIm\0.., I'. J.fuuun .- .. ,, CuSS sAt Ik.Vl< wo t .4,
; UllllllllllllllllllllhllllllllMIIIHIIIIIIIIII rnisbedApL,] Mr*. Marquis tare a resume .. ('h... |t. J<*. ,\ -- .' net So lkK" '" LOS 'so o4 now
StT\KT.: UORIDtNrwlr << IllitIlIIIhhIllhilIllitIiitlillhllhIlIllItiIltfWANTED 4 room. nd aIls, irmtairs, Mercer Pa., and sang In the of the hIstory of the Social 8e, C. H. J"im .. let told I-llMo, ,,
prukLh.awu&t .. WITHE ISo onblr lb. Js
Dworated, Fully fqnippedlluMsekecpInf : I rullllllllllllr. ;, Self aret l Also furnished Methodist Church choir then curlty program pointing out the II.... yoiks/.In'-: .. dtbnC500oit .iiIko ,lt0J,
Apartmrnlswklt !tniiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiwu' I ( I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""IIIIIIIIII""lf11/ 3.rent a ul th Apt, New for .e1'e'ral.tear' Later she to- phases of welfare work included JoinS. 1await .. Cleroit of FInS. soil IS, Clod
1 many
I VVVTiR PIMPS! Barnes Irrlita : J''ftJONUSTED)! lettle g t ye, and Frlgi- came t member of the Methodist T T Lm .. ntmdoitbo' SoiOoiOfost,
\\ or $Si-flson! tatr. Fxper- mach aa old aid assistance II... Bmlrlr LunN.d.Y.Iatt s.tIoC.netV / ,
W T. FVCET Mgr, | tiun Water PURl|'". connected rotted mcihinlr' with hand datre, oat ,n a' monthly, rea- Church In Hartford Ohio and aid to dependent children .-. u-t, Curds 0 tv.Elolds,
U air-cooled. engines. RalphIlaserSlotop 1! aenable. Is 20C-M while in Stuarltook an sctlv Hw four. .. 151. Jnuo II, *040,
tonIs I Die e
and Gus./eadu';
:' Telephone >12 22 Mar ; and aid to the blind. Mrs Ralph 1_ T tanc' .. lultAl.i
Co It
lu I ate of M irjLvnil Diesel SdHM.1Peimanent RINll interest' in cnurcn ana civic won Hartman chairman of the Club Men Vinrlnla hll., .. I, It. POolItrclkl /
; ; rOB -fuplex apartment, member' of .. Mit'. kill e5Pob.
HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirMiiiiruiiiiiimiiiiuiFOR a* a Ins OE8. 3. H .
I .
lEWIS ANTIQtF: SHOP ( ito. r rlleRyPhil I S rooms, III Ideally equipped welfare committee, led u ques- S_II M.... ... ,u, h Jus. lS P04.4.. 50. lb iou
Survivors Include
SALEIIIIIIIltIIIlIIIiUtIIIIHilIf$0IlUlOIlflhtl I lippv ('en Del, Stuert.I'ASTEDr a daughter I tlon-and-.n.wer discussion\ following 11,4i.4tMd. .
I llusy at Indlantimn road !j #* I II Very desliple, fur season Inquire Mrs. J R. Pbmtroy, of Stuart; n....u R. WIJiuirklHVnw IOI .. U a. AUVEOTISISOSENT
Stuart flat 1 (OlOKfcD % Man _or snnan, pre-i fidJJn s, lyrIc Theatre three Earl Emerson L. each talk urging club F. twrfcU* ..
I ITINEVTU I I ions. of to become better informed I .. ...... .. VII CIICUOT COUPT OP -
GlASS, MILK GLASS, ftN. I women lrt M. -' lOt
1 OR) IJAf.t-r..lr\: C'n1..r I : scntablr nppearas5 for door Building Lake Worth and Carl L. of Warren TboIl t. I.... .. HINt JUDICIAL ciuclJit
In order that aid
they might
(Majestlii Eretfrt't, t ondl.tr. / CHIN 4. Pit TIRE to door work I. injunctionImprove1' EN'W I Ohio: a> half'ilster. Mr*. Lu.. Me "insLnmeM PLO A IN AN0 Epa' MAO
I rKXMES.: (.WSE.\\lTII.yllt: I OR R S room Apts, F.lee- the progress of the various programs 04
.... Ti, irk ,*. 623 } O. RBllll.
ran ederlllap. of work. CUANCrOY NO, Isle
i n W. tf menl Service S-4ney and CornOpportunity- son. Coleman C. Clark of Nllei, SIVlcwr .-.4' .. -
..... Clonta / chairman itS r carrut" eve yito -
-- IIRMTIEEJ9. Mri A R. music s''L in ..
mission SplcnIl PUtt RENJsV-Double outnld I Ohio Mrs Clint Otto ,lAk11Hil' VPet
I room, ; | Jtp-daugftter rkworIkinirli: .
FOR SAtCrvcr> da U/ed/ 5. 12 : (all ?41, enliriee presented a trio composed .............. '
.. -----..___ l'eeofenchs or write < with or withoutkltchef II Drury of Elyrla Ohio; 12 grandchildren of Band Director Wendell Wa. teuwin .. ; t&IAvt To sti. N
(> nten Pvrlfr> I I iiSon- .I""ta h.0r5050001 -
Box 277 bivtleges
f tff reasonable.InqulJ Including Mrs HarrlLoten .
Ii HIM '$ ,,, BLOOMING African violets, $1.00to ( lena cello Mri. Erwin Johnwlck: 1.0.1 .ini -
/ 4sriN(11OE
i iK. talh-" I I I-- cc P-Ito al lION I? COT
Stuart News Office Jr and Mrs. John .no.ssttoeJ.Su
ii" (..ladases. Vine IK. (,ihln/ 135, also begonias, cyclamen WAxtIIl-'o f next wlringrjob I .y.crandrhUdr.n I violin, and Mr*. ClonU,, piano, It .. ._ ',u 5. binOc elms ho iiIs.

lalni ( itt AV.I,,r, >nrlrorne Mexican d,i.b gardensand and appila I'' repairing No FOR RWVT DownstaIrs apartmenw Mennlnge- Stuart: 12 who' played three number It,... I ....._. rs5. /.nuthau.dot.th.Iotu'('enet of CoOl, ('sun isIr A
0. r.. 81auT'tARlY > Callage plants Mrs Ernest job too big fr too small High seieelied In porch and step! Mr, E. A Wenninger, club .I.e..I.... (I trinle m. Osoroer Caur 540, 141C. 00 -'

I. Lyons 311 .Senilnole St If quahly. Li (coot Phone Stu. In lnt porch, living room, grandchild/ president, conducted brief A.......' Trod..... .0 Is 55.skI C.'int soot 4.Ho., ,,I C.b I. 3 0 I Iii

bunk 'bedw' mall....... an 117. lirhtopher, Electric, dIng rooai, bed room, bath, busIness session Mrs-O. B Lane Ho r"40410w' r I., :l"r. 1 uuu.s.'oionkA.H. 4ii
S."i'E- .
llrav* all 'leatli" ,ab, kilter.I 1OK fresh tree.ripened |: Shop. Frjzce Aparthients an- elc/ric fcitdien closed In back FRANK &1. WILLIAMS and Mri. J. K And-rson, Salerno! Veto. ..ft.r 50.4 us CS.auIh.eSIp uinIoe.1 ear lb .0.

&rgf oak Is Me. 14e Krn"lh oranges and grapefruit SI.00 : nex N*. tt1! 1101 In, Prkate home. Nice i DIES AT POET SEW ALL were Introduced al new mem- R.LI.ea. ?. ''ep .5Snto- he 001.'.' of ISa A. limO

SllmmrllrOK i per bushel Also complete line i- li/n. Reasdnabl rates. Apply 1 .... w ,'mineCm .. I.So.Iz..de! tOo r* l .UK, I
I NOTICE -/To our northern' Frank M Williams, 59, died bersMM. / Ilk, Kioto, 'tluo aod kriw S
vf Jelly, honey and novelties i I U- J. walt/os '
: i iFds :: 1 J.ns PoullnV Co. 303 5:. 4th St. Carroll Dunscombe! sok*
'."$ ease
.. '
-.U;; : friends -
turning to Stuart caa.
IlIn'I Weare i sudd nly of a heart attack while .. !
t'd; II IIlill" : Fruit oil Novelty Shop fon, Ill tf jrary chairman, announced that P1.00. N .. .
rsinge\ ;3-burneA thermo federal ll\\y. & 2nd St. stiff in business regardless: ': 4 I attending a meeting of \the Port by popular request her commIttee """':: '" 5' rlortfc,. Eoe at Hsndezd.. lO l rep Tio'p

..tat control IVt:/ (fevclanilAv tf ol tumors being I circulatedOur I/t RENT .4Well appointed ,I Bewail Property Owner Association would give another card party J. C. .0' me .. lull 41 I.8 ulk. Sect1.W Raw. Uw Pt,

-jl 29t5. ,i : I pfune is still/ 117. Our new :- ipartment, living room with ,' In Port Sewall at 0:15: for the benefit of the library W.U.Q.t's II. l Ii,. .0.1 'fI lb. .1,51 sac 4
SOB SLE Boat bu'I\-19C1\; IIft local if n Is France Apartment l.m Monday The body lay in .1..0.. 0 PeSos4 U. 5. liurhone 50, 0nird
;. /fireplace, dinin* room electric ai i p.m. Wednesday with dessert .. .5 ISOu't.. dOdd., 500 45.0I
FOIl SAl &: -TrN--i'ipCne; V lode I Chrysler Ace, outriggers annqj No. 1. ChrIstopher Elee- f kitchen 1 or bedrooms.. PrlTSte stat here today at, Johns Fun- to be followed by (..."..""" R .10_. I if luwnate. A. b *050dOlls

st Rollers. fin".v? fndblltoHiiISObii automatic bilge pump, fish box, trifJShop. tf'fLOST''FOUND'11 r' bath. Mr*. J H. Wool- eral Home with funeral service Player are requested to brln W.... c.. 0.... Joe Id.IlGl0CSralar .4. aSt
{ mounted 10 x DO nough, IndianT 1 River Drive 'I to be held at Cary Hand Chapel 1.1 Ha. GI. "If .
I IllIlil I ; ; ) i I their own card (or other lameal.T ...ri a.. r SslIAlem.w .
-- ---- '1\\ Phone 282 or write/ blnOl'ulan.1 Ankona. S, IS, 22 ''I in Orlando tomorrow. will be prizes for 0. ... La, Polus tOurS., Plaid. 10.LUGAI .
P.S. t
ton !KM.F-. + I II... La... ._ P. lot. no. a
WTtrrabUne/ -- --- -- : Williams was born 1A Old Pplnt
__.____. llllMAjiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit| ; > I table. Tickets are on sale at II.., 1.11, I ,",. -
son p e nsechani.-auly ,V"1, I FOR RENT-BeauUful 'Comfort Va. Feb. 12, 188*. He the public library In the club C. W.II_ ', ADVcTLMgNT a
!body rough 2'1t. F L\\,*!r173 I OR !>ALE-Laun novelties of 1(1'1' license. No. 4! II'Ander ed house 3 bedrooms,.urnllb.1, formerly was In business! In Hostesses for the afternoonwho P.tMrCus. .".

--c "'artlq" tleveMnd' 1 kve.A all kind. AIM strong well- 1 please' /leave st ell y IIuose fireplace and Washington D. C. but VuetUbsorIf 9011Ivs
retired served refreshments at a social soc .... nOose seas .. buss Itoue.t f 1/inuir C.sni.elu
Ree. \ .1 built lawn chairs. and Ublen I trically equipped and came here 20 month ,, ... .. f.- .... II......... .1 5 U. (b.Soly. InierIdo sill 'us
_. .- -- ,- new one-bed ago hour wer; member of the t:5. ;:.. ....N _, ......... I" ...to. 4 44. ,V gorleetul cdl. 05*
IR. I made ft' ('SPC5S.Ida ''Lflimiiiiuiiimiu\ ,.:(miiiiiiinitmnu I room cottage on where he has engag-d in building welfare committee Mrs. Hartman ,...... (>(,.... ..... 11'" lit .., .- '
-. -(]O O t El: ) (HI'ISO'Vlllaveyov I : Fruit "i Novelty Shop t SERVICES OFFERED I riverfront Will rent by year a. home He 1s survived by whotl .. .h.II t' _",ootI.. ...... : :eta 111.
Blanche Mr
Mr Lowrey
... .. .... *.ibiW Ia
winth- Cross Roads Jensen .U th Cinn o.u5
f jz Lau or season. ,
I 1".III'ralll" ". tt :2nd St hIa widow; a !brother, Cot Robert .. .. ... .... ,, "
WIIIIIIIMUIII'MllllllllllllllMllllllllllll: : Mooney Mrs W. N. Cromer, Mrs. .. ."' .. 10" .5 4 so.w.a CM. 'on
t. t-'ytfe Alr- Mil uaiutors Bul bu., tt Beach Phone 1 6-1. u A, Palm ; ; ....... : oino-i.u.a 501 MnsIl't ,-
1 Williams of City and Travis and Mia Edith "' ''' 10 till- -
____ .____ Llojd : :
? Come" in and try Cal fi ANTED:> /ptxillon/ as saleslady. sister ::.c.. B. : r04lkoosesouuoSu"
: f a Coventry W"im< mf k.l **4 ml' <.... ". iSo, ,..t.lIed.dcmdsI
tut. / / receptionist cabhirr for
Muloi fOR or 6
ItaIIlner S4LE-14 ft boat with 1t
(4 ---------'- 110... .t. ., of I.. ..... 4D. N.. '.4. M'.d.l iMlutI jSA.
: '-M r. ll h.p. two cylinder. Onan enj( to I week. Fun or part time. Jaycee Music : c.ow r......' I) H.. S, IIAUK pin. en..., 01.4,14. isitpSa.
-......:. ... VINCENT PATrON ,, ... EM tesuonlietaol5n
-- -- I *. Sihurtiann Mr Fred (ulburn. Jr Gen II... of
: gin Inquire Stij Vincent Patton 45 of Cleveland IN THE Jr7 *1 IC;scan coo Silent ,. 00.-il,., uhor'
1U1'OoiSFAT'oHR"lofUao: | art Auto ( amp, Oman, FlaJfl Del. Stuart / 000TIS. ( L. 0Au El'RIT .. sod mne 1.51
,, well-known winter visitor : ::
: car IiwUllnl fo2CfdI.. lUlph'timer ---. ------- --- Festival Gets 'N CI5MOCO5Yruwsaso I I/he AuO5s0 ... brkLECAtTAOVEiaismENT.
ITT IS: In Stuart and of James F 0?. ) 1 rstuu.acev'Itul '
Motor I to 22.'I.111 L OR '.E--1M: ft fronUte < do that Bullilo7in or'I I son i r. I'li M.t.r lou M.hei i'-aora.llaee' eel
Job for Patton winter 1a..tllIlIIAiEL .
rading you. IhlJi.rd'Bros. equally popular
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i"1 AIK-tCMIH) 1\M.I'iIS.\ ::' \\t (ideal Indian'for diver hinn. In 41r Jemen tatlai,Krf i.. ... lion 164, Salerns, Ha \Big ResponseI resident here, was killed In an ,ri.IlI! aosJ IN THE COURT OF foUNTT JUDGE I '- LnI PUtS sOb 0io.e'
halve in stock Lausi ,uul U mronnln -I '$(iariun nehM Urile 8. 112. 29, 5.12 I I explosion In the experimental NOTI : OF MARTIN' COIPrY, I FLOR1DAIK < s; ; some onI

air 001.1 ir.t'nes' fur Bearh *1,5 I ';" : : department of hU fathers machine ,TO II AItKL- MIl.PuT.1l.CAOAi4? THE MATTER: OF *'k.-i K !'TATF) .....-,
jelisen Nftt TIRES
that I 'bocc oil'" "C.lion balanrlnr Weate I music festival sponsored firm in Cleveland Monday STKK.LT. WUKULU, MASSACHU8ETTSt I I." ., a.ueIi fill/nC/
l'c ; equipped to balance : inure 1 IANO IwlCAiiEn t tAll 55,....Ct.i line dlv .iepoo*
parts fr them i/alh/ timer ] F SAl K-New Monitor isIsl&f I tire anal atliffn the your ] by the Junior Chamber' ot Commerce Details on funeral service and *.. are iM'br raulra4 n <1I* anueprm. .....1.... of.... ,'o of ...... I. S 11.0",1a 'SokS P.ouu,,
front end I I
Motor la. '/t-Mar. Ut ] maehute / received an "nthtuiastlc burial could not be learned here. j iftk. *k.w miltM >r.- DI L.IM. 9uw4. v .lowS. kotiftail Isp&I MuSOl lISA, form..
apt sizemvilel lone with the only modern BearAlignment ....u... no irOru tbu ant due 04esok ..O msalro4. 5o Cd.. ... .. ilo.uoiu.SoA ..
i us -
<>K RARE-- /1511. Intern biiiTtj complete withoger.. : equipment In town response and a vote, of thanks As manager of the company l4o. .01, Vu, diner. OmoeStneuOul tk., ..il '5 ._.,... ...1<1 ".." ..."
( Sea t'uudlal 310 for entertainment a type seldom replacing thy elder Patton and ,.. 'b .. ......111. 1Id.: ... V.POllenS Mtatf> .In tk. i4Hftnl Cwitr hot '
house trailer. 21/I./ Ratio. tan virt| t. Ralph tImer Motor ('o. I JNll I. .hum.uhlhu.O run fume ol MuKill. C.i..,. Kh W.. In .... eo.... ;:'. :5r :r
Aknn offered here from a near. enabling him to spend. his win- .. ... .. _
4ii be nero at Briithls (oltages In'' A"e phone 2 j 22-Feb.2 tkl. OU -u.o 000.n no bem.aSOimtVio .o.OhluLIshI. ..... ala ,onot..d I.e 500 S.4noiiatnn
I -_______ capacity crowd at the Methodist ters here, Vincent! was commended fMMd by roe uii.md us o.uso.d miosdue MMiiki fnMiBh: Ai* .f theEleO oetsuoouui.o II'in'hnIt.o
Sunny Acres in Jen .. ..... .. ... .
en Riuch.tf Ion ,*.UE-IlC'!! Merfflr.v tanvrr I FT IS k lotto wrlllm! 5arkeOIn /n4 '1140. no i .04 1105 e.wrnn dot uS ibu cOOn v.40

__ __. __ ttl| '$Ule auto. Tui tan- riding job for you. IlilllardBros The hour-long program in war effort, and was known here fuse III ..._.11.v k. .tO ih. I... i M..... ... ...... ..I mMmn .""l ..- no, .5 bId..

StIR "1.\1.10-11211 buts a prrfertlvtcHid UniVP; \ tally esulpiTd, brand ., Box 164, Salerno Fla which vocalists 'predominatedwas for hi. several visits The elder u.DONS'"...., 2i4Doa, ut uuai, ;.:? oICIol. ..w..I INOTICtWo../_J<1 .......... .."Hi tt7isqI* CenSue'. it. POMEIUIY.. 5.ata. Clot

l ,,'faKhumrd 3- burner he''Xf 50 in arrewjrles. tali 22. M, 5 under the Joint management Patton wus spending \his, sixth 'Iarjdo,, lkl. ink *, us .sos.. 1041.J. or.u.ttocenf.tobeSaunu,5iosrot II i .....,. se 1& ai .heuem cold on.oirCug lIef'c. ,, 0mCR
\ bet Mn 6 & ----- --- -- of Kenneth Stlmm I. uiaOY. he. I ..
.parlm.nlbe rlerlrk stove and I \ tot At -- Jaycees season here when notified of the 5.
? CM *f 1k. I .4* .Coins. S. ho. Is, Ou uud 955. 5. l,5l&vrsTl3EMEaT
IrilOLSTrttf!! : WORK and ansii Moong.
lantalAve. ?U and Gerald LaPointe From
bring replaced. with new nmd accident during a fishing trip EVANS fHAHTAlUrwir A, 55.1,1,00' .5 ISo Olossee .t
eli) S bee Ernie L> uns at Stuart tres Renovating of all kinds the audience's viewpoint the and he Immediately Jlevn( home. for Ptalnllff. Job. L sirs, leus.e-d..

New,. tf ,I I OR S.ttEevtchophone: I Wedo first dais work, pickup program was particularly attractive Vincent .Is survived also by his f.k SliMTt..1..P'lO(4. IS.' r*. I, It ..J |.0, IMS.F Juo ae.ess.u.u. la. U41\\.- lie TIsrfOuvs1'y )tluGg's (0%

PlANTS' f'OB' ItlF: .- Crotons, I II | lIadi- trola. Bbt. Phone and deliver Phone Fort because of the type of widow a daughter 2, a ion, 4. I < M P.ittua Ad LEGAL AD STEOSENTus MAOI coVNtY, ELOCIDAaWla

(olrus, SulUms, large and M5-J Pierce tJS-J or write Route 2, ell-known musical selections and three brothers umesI....... irnJ .i rotiJiT, iN"AND TO C5LI011005W5ErATtir p
I Box 589, Fort Pierce Mattress W THE: COUNTY "K/iff
that wre Included and in the' COURT FOIl "UIN .
tmall I sizes PrIces reanonable DUNI4
101/ SALE Xe.. uiktnIiasino, Company. tf MARTIN COUNTY, jrytlDAIN PIOSATE.1W smor _,,
110 M. 2nd St opinion of many the quality of) JAMES LOVELACE / Stuart, Ha .ho"er, n Sd gal, ( I 1'011' 1181 Ate is.04tlar.s.s..4o.t .
12051 WAIT oMit 11'. too late presentation wa of James Lovelact 75 former REI KSTATI op UTATII 0'
superior PI!
y. t4aojiomu..oi, b.neS ua
__.__ __ 8IV.t9AtS'J'S and liUi U 2971, llube See I canto. I.. AMCOIk.w f or.
us tods for automobile grade Stuart HATHAWAY and i. .4 ho flit eloise 0
: i' died
I resident Tuesday *. J oar
: for' Gould Pump. All bead MM cE.an n-.....
lIsPs.. Iiunirdiale: delivery insurance that l yon need under The performers Included Stlmmell night at his home in Vero Beach. ., 'Aai.O.rt'Olni. CREDITORS ; ; -:

Hardware FOR SALEer mower, exin the new financial responsibility Phyllis and Joanna Constance Funeral service will/ be conducted I.. lament rtlt.m aloe of in u. 0. I.. Ho.. You pus ..ninn.b5 5.41. of Mujo (,uul. Imetidu. to ha F'Hs.
(0. Phone maljf .
108.a'i til I reliant eon 3-ft fuller Law. Theodore Dehon *: Mr*. Edna Coutant, Edith I at 3 this afternoon at thek'ero nk. lImooust,. j rnor,. 50104.4 '..4nOain04 uS hod SOsoud.nud .kA t*tee ywnt on ohS.uuytlaSan, 04sor don .-se-h.' Otoin'S.,o...410.5 55. do.4055 of II 110InSk ) n

bar Row bu ilh nearly new Son Dehon Bldg. Phone II Matthews Wend Ml' D. Waters. Beach Funeral Home with 4, Di. .1,5 or 4n..uuSa / ,, ,5 nit. 11,44w. a..o A
0.0 to.
OIKS) He. are IK ills fir WIN I outboard m.. Phone (7-I i I tfHAItllF Mrs E/. 5. Johnwlck Mrs. Arthur burial In Vero Beach Cemetery. *I. ho .fti.n am at umlaut Co...,0044 Join.Muoims It.. e.our Hutbuour., doonausSkklo I.. kno.s.f tk. >Clu r. B uS H.Ik.tkn.. t.lt le.*Sk<>4 p4.4.. of k. toHi m'drlM!.*.old 0.41 P"

soil T.'r Frrt.ti'rWe. 9 S Clonts Dorothy Tuck, Betty Mr and Mrs Lovelace moved CoontrelSa. ,. in b. ..osrOoMS. luS. 1.5.ir 5* C-rOot.. snot. .5 Nine fk* >l liave that good sperul ('itrmrrtihyer ( : 7\KMTS nay If yon Matheson, Bob Ralstin June Ma- to Stuart from Detroit and U1'<'dIn : : :: :, elIOioi.ht v.,*.. t. >l. AMhll N. COOSa, 5. o.flt, .u hy UM .luhuua5, k.. i.4oe
( in nlmk at III|| time. FOR SALE fyciita Rod< $ and will com by RALPh li.MER/ tousek and Mrs. Herbert A. 6ud- the present Roscoe Rollins tko C4r01 anal,, a ul ,hlo Nook',. goeb 00 C.SI.'',.510 hod,, SI tho MoOn butt CusnI, Lout, Vknlilo House, hI4I'Iins.1 f will, *. '> '

//1' Ralph I'Imer Mi.tor ('o. 9 a PeniAletltjl-1, I l/.0./ -0lleimsm MOTOR (0. he will be glad te hot Ushers were Mr Howard home for several year until they : ; ; :-' :: t; : us abort, ,eldo. wIthin Oabt 4at J oe ,

22-Apr. 15 tjlls, fVusie Ill check and correct your wheels Bartlett Mrs LaPointe", Mrs moved to Beach in 1931 a audsf us. SI hsS lb. tInt ookimn'n
,' I Vero Al.llougtr :::r4 : : : lbs .1 55sullen./ kook oluhe or 4.usodus. .- ttain Dun. wT
t JOB SALE-.:Cash reRisler, electric I for balance and alIgn the front Leslie Bartlett and Mrs Lydia he sold out his plumbing ., In aOO.UnOd.nSMuto NMnkrI Diuu. I loose
usest ISo
FOB SAL E en ut us It will hems.ns :
re. ,
omrltkr.i.wrty on end .5. plan ,
washing machine twospare old Uixiri/lllnhwavf-jMrt. on ear Bear Machine Houston boniness in Detroit and cams a OSSeusI sf iS.nusl4.e uiOu.aO.u$510 aIrS,, ..ITTMiNADVERTISEMENT
Earl seost
I healers and steam table 22-Feb,1Z The sliver offering netted l'' the here to retire he re-entered Mnurr Illk Aas.r..y, iOn ore. e5 Sons. Void or
Smith, W St. lucltfj 29, 5 Plrtl nkli* l U ** J.nuoip luik
Priced reasonable for quick DO YOU have t.I.I-U";;; your Jayceea about $53 to be devotedtota aslness In what U now Wile,s3arage ISIS TlCHARLE ,uuoordui huh S Ilud he. Sue 04 Junuo ,

sal. Rice Hotel, Phone FOR SAL | and 5.f.wanutn< hens not laying! Then use cost of the welcome alga They frequently visited AnO.us.aoenIh.* rRmiRRICK'useoiNonioL.HANCOCK 111tH! 0. shows unit, Li4L_ ADVUTISEMENTL

______ tUI'I' SI SmCralr. plants 2i cn$5.s. I. I. liens Fan-a-inln. Stuart Feed! they have erected on the eU,', Stuart since leaving here. Mu.ou.k.sJo.ku uS. L, HMrut. As Aurill AduslalmouteA nun boOn.uuuio.ouuo45toC01tod.in,. ,

FOK SAtE. : : Beautifully. / Albany, Store tf south limits LaPointe announc- Jl Is survived by his wife MICHAEL 0. LiT'THAfl.oiusy L Ro,4,,. d'mnus4 NOTlCg on 'ITEPITION TO aGO'

t* lame ('aban.i and small "", Pfarl. of Vero Beach. us said g,, ,,, ZVAOma I AIt+. i..rduen5s.d
Trailer Malted IllulItlIllI 11111I111111I11111 ;;lIIlill SUPPORTS for wo t**, M, OsO. 0. 1 in. losa. Luorsoy S.4l. i
Sleeps four
meRIen'! belts Luella Dow : ISO. on 55 w4u'u d 0tz110
.blest, winter home \'Vlarvlns NOTfCESllllllinilffilllllilHIIilllilllllulMlfllMn oM- n.,. 1101 Orange Ave Fort TURKEY SIPPER PLANNEDA POTENTIAL SAVINGS TOLD LEGAL AOVtST NEt4T I Ii, Intl. : eto lCfYIin4d5,

_Onan Breeze Jensen Pierce Phone turkey supper tinder the (Jacksonville Comptroller, 0 NOTICE OF ADVUTISLMENT 550 Cteeolt C.. Is aol fin '
JACK 4TDOLLIE (.IP80. 1D7-M for appointment auspices of the W8CS lNTtNtloe 0 nacIsygo -
will beheld N.
f; KS .E"JU"1I! YOU -w.nt Gay told of the Jacksonville FICTITIOUS Pm 55k k6tlW'S.
a trailer big Vefsiiiile, truck will ran We.- _tf at the Methodist Church:: Junior Chamber of Commercehere NatO, I. boob nb. pn the >Mn.M w It cue tssma ThIn h
enough to .live In lar ,ftut agaIn wltbIn'w' TRUSSES,, elastic stockings, at B p.m, Feb 8. Proceeds front that additional Installations .0md uudn IS, pent., e Ck.pur 5. sour 0.50. 5* lain. shut I so
eomfartably, imall Data, Lao. ,4 Pird
W ,
enough to 01. IS4I Os Onoe
day Aheat ecani* of wb5.*. knee pads Stuart the Mia of the tlM ticket ,., .. u. n.e.elOr 015
handle easily en the road, anklets ete. of, modern accounting methods nm rsOw 04th thu Cl. 1 you Drug Corp tf which are available at Greene lit Court to M4 her MmrU 4.tp, riorito, a. an I eua000.lbt. Cue
handling State funds
should Investigate this on*. IS FlRMfflRE repair and ophot V will result 99U rM lPl *t *ta4 ni -kllulloa W l .11.u 5, a.io.a on sac mn4'
N-rWAiTem:: ; Dry Goods BUtre will be o>!votedto In additional Illta MMIM Ik. flctltlM.mtrf ,., 55. .biie.tion .4 tk. iwrllM IM.| UJ
ft. tfcvered Wagon Caravan Ir Sprints rebuilt Uke' a.tur. D It's tee late. the 'church many savings Jo_ 1.4usd .11.5... 4 u.bmususa t .rtt foss 04 4 5 Pno.oi. ass.. ."t ,>.. D... IM|
n.mtod. a.
T/pe, *leep> four, side dinette, lap ftftnl blnr. All wo See us today for aiitemobU building fund. of State taxpayers' dollar vktek na will no1 o In OOulu.m, Jnn. 15. 11, mS.r.oid. /901.alms.nones, r

brand-new tires, extra wheel g anteed. Call .1U Stuart L Insurance that you Deed under

and tire. lisa had excellent I I II for estimate, or call all the new financial responsibility .

tare and Is ready for Immediate \. In rear of hotel.KRT '.} Law. Theodore Dehon A
r.k. J... I. is, ItYC itlLCBAL

tweipaney ha. .built. Reason house for May sellIng be- { 8 SERVICES FBOW .. on. Dehon Bldg Phone. (Ltl USE OUR BUDGE LAN I.WE \ ADVUTBE* $1

} landscaping caretaklnf, .
seen at River BI...., Rio St. GI1l
|operty mnnafement paint.
Lwle W. Cronfelt
R&fKIOER.ATIO ) I. carpenter work stone jlSB Sit: HOPKINSMIsu WILL DO ANY REPAIR SERVIC ON YOUR CARy SILL YOU TIRES. KotlM fa k. kr uiisn! tt tthOe
( .rk, etmcnl work, general re-' Hopkins. S3, Melbourtrfaionetr IES SEAT COVERS. ANYTHING nlM4 nudus tk. iimhl*.AI C*
Domestic n airs OR YOUR CAUDNANCE IT ON OUR WW tot 105,0, Lw. iX rtrlrnkMr .. iS P ( 1
property clearing We I many years agoa COST BUDGET PLAN.. slil .Uk Ik. CO-nb 50.
Commercial have aU types ef heavy equlp-, resldtfflfcof Stuart, dltd at Mel- 11115 0/noel ** *** '" Hue' /5

Itt. Frlgldalre IUMSft sent for your Job, if | bourne MoMay where she bad LOW DOWN PAYMENT Ineld. spu enujpt uS pro to, Izubomeooiltl

GlbMn ISSN lived for S&'Twri, She came to LOW CHARGE ;! : Mttat, .tS

1ft. GibsOn. $71." KB BALE Florida in 18V2o.Ah. la survived cud,, wSieS52 : i1.f. ; '

Overhauled Painted and .Fatura Home-maker of Amer by two sisters and two brothers
e4. gnarnf a, Stuart' high school chapter Memorial services will be held WILEY JOR CO. JArt

I I sponsoring a bake sal In the at :3 o'clock Sunday '$afternoon nnsaeutJ'.

L. T Bauer Refrigeration root office arcade at 10 Saturday Feb. 1. at Melbourne Methodist ARTHUR AUStfoRN AN 1.155-WILEY 50 n.u.i5dllduoO. C_ W )M.

J Bervice Stuart Auto Park-_ morning to raise funds to go to Church:: She requested that there North Federal Highway) M.rtl OM.tr, bold., lint 45m0'hIL '
; otlm .04
UM Stale fair be. no flowers. Phoa.. 291 ::. iutusIuIe:4.

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m 1'1'tJ'uT NEWS, ATpARr MARTIN_COcn-, noro.&,.mnSDU, 1-U-1JAftT JI, 1941. AGE SEVEN 1

CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 30 native species with :; ,
The City Agent's ColumnBy -' TaUdhaswe !blight-resistant Chinese types jl ; r
mmj **mw > Standing; a. of Jan 27 County '
Corentehiners\ have authority -
1.. M. JohnsonUtit ..
f Nor /psn English Grand Rapids, Mich, caught aboard the Peter to buj radio equipment for the Electric S ves

------- Pun Car*. fuMie Englirelsen! '; liiigth, (8 I bet, 1 inch autos and office of the sheriff 1 r'I"I "P ;
the Influx of
of last week recent Northern '
the rain and ranch- ,farmers Into the vegetable-pro- )Maurice RollifcUl, New York City aught aboard (i11e J Jean Due, providing they find such equip- Apartme Size
.Ln County' farms Cup. Earl Dare. weight.!, 72)) (pounds ment necessary for law enforcement I l
In., w much better condition ducing areas of Martin County. BLtEHN TUNA: says Attorney General J. Refrig ators I
north and west of this and more Inquiries about the
I areas BARH.UU1M Tom Watson Such radio -
tndlantown equipment
ranching areas ara are
I,tv rf. MarUn la the and Okeechobee that we are going to be able to Orville.Armstrong(. OtMwmlxiro. Kr:, caught aboard. Orwti, tupt.! Qwil. however must )>e the Nome Freezers r(

titles considerable u r facer have a very successful vegetablearea 4 Johns' wci lit 15,% noundu, I property of the county and remain -

I still r'matns deep enough and a sufficient. acreage George X Fiming Boston, Masi, aught aboard The Hobo/ ) 'I SQ, the attorney general I: E, I
ill) pass, Truck lands are and volume to bring In other Capt. Jack \\'hiticar. weight( 9 pounds, continued. He reminded that Ellett.Wn j t
wet\ for seeding or planting types uf business lnd\antowrl COBiA: I such equipment may have tobe r Heaters .] t

11..e present time, and pastures If our Northern visitors are Interested .. L M Qrnsltiii, New Yak City, caught. aboard the Culf Stream! licensed or qualified with the .. .... t u'r
sro very short. > in seeing winter vegetables Cant Curt VMudcar FeOcWl authorities. .f ::
M range catUI In Martintv being produced with a 1 1tiJ weight 38'tounds, : HHfc! )'for supplying and Install CmTC DCt.1VCRY '
,t ire in fair condition, and minimum amount bf labor and POLPIltN" trig'eerie equipment currently CASH ur us Ms ;Ir(
|1 K.n hav been able to con- ,maximum amount of machinery lu T. S, W inn. New Jlnynid Beach, cauglii. alx..ml111t.. Spray, CiX{ ar being sleight by 'the Martin ''
e planting and cultivating and high quality of produce we 1a Ray Young weight) 2)S),, nouiids. County CommlMlon \until Feb. rosley Store \
[rev exceptions Since there recommend they spend two or DRUM 11 The equipment 1s proposed 524 Clematis 1't

[nor been as much rain In three days touring the Indian- C R \'all11oclc., J niton, \\yo Weight, 9)j) pounds! lo tie divided among! the county est Palm Beach t ,' .'
it III County during the last 10 town area.Ranchers. KING MACKEREL the City of Stuart. and Hobe! L L

i u in other winter produc- /finding tall lice Mrs, \\.Ikor.l( Knelt, IXtiott ,M .'h., caugtit. alxmul tilt Culf Stream\ Sound -- .. -_. f
Imu Vegetablt farmers are are J
tiring land and planting on their rattle. and now Is avery Capt. Curt N'Iliikuq wtitfil!: 3? pounds.MANCROVr )0' T I ;

Ivr and green squash and to* (food time to spray or dip : SNAPrtlt': I
IKS at the present time. rattle to control this pest. DDT juliii llVaughamlluhe SIHJIK!, taught. on cut ..1U'imlelgllt 7 To.RevitAize i
I, few young fields of squash SO per cent wcttable used at the (poumliMAKCA1E. }
I tomatoes cam thru the retold rate of ( to 10 pounds to 100 gal _. Your Hair '' l

1 spell with a very small ions of water, Sprayed on cattle 'Pt'pepet' lil.ulwrtKl,, 7)1) $ CruiJou ""..., Clwugot, !! pttlgt.t, IIMIirjNut i II"I'
L Most all will 1111 adult lice and the ,
as It h.urMwf.
/ntagt of damage N1 h.lv wP
cruise. Tin| J.d". I H ,
J WviUit nouiKlii .k Lln, .1. VkLr awutr '
I ant and pepper plants came! nits DDT residue {
: then: J.J.th POKCIE asks. 9. aecwdnwnitn..nd /
I gh with lust few leaves will Kill It Is very Important >M f r '
I red around the edges The that wettable DDT be Ellen Sam Meyers, No Mans Limit, uWtte, III, taught aboard Neil. liistiupcrliiMT Mite ,. w tww..waR p ph..N "
St'WIII''CIIl-olJ Solomon of Chailitfon, S. C Invited friends Ii"I "
I In mixed In tank wtlh Tlirce- )acts 1 $/< N .r L .sewn j '
q; outlook for vegetables a a mechanical weight puunclt.SNOOk. aei saki ser..wedIr.k.
to hrr ,birthday part, and asked! ultra/ to biuig moniy Instead of : '.'
1'n County Is very favorable l agitator1. or constant stirring ) ,; do 206 t ymr w ,1.P1wIMwewt I
I" Segree; Produce: Company <<. to prevent the DDT from presents. Site colluded $1984( anti forWdecl to CARE hi New W E. Allison: Stuart caught in St Lmlr liver, weight :31 ponml l ,1 : ',l.CXPERtxNCeU I 1'I
Idlantown, reports a very settling Spraying Is much easieron l'orlllt, ) "buy f food for some intf\y\ Euftirxjux' family with, tluldicntlltn : TROUT YOU'Lt. L e O1a "- I i': 1

factory movement of veg!- the cattle at this time of : nits Untile,herr toy cash rogistironly Piths lhunt N. in St CTHOn9 1 '
Lucje 11
/ _. Joe Lyn< J J.'augllt, I.'l'elght
)< from their produce\ ; shed, year and Kt Is possible. we 1 I It
1,s that produce crown In r'commend this method. over |WIIIHS| ,
J ndlantown area and vicinity dipping 'way .t are going to' successfully Palm News fAIWN Victory Blauty Sefon r

ling received favorably by combat fires In 1948 Is, City Joint Jinrmlt, llimilton, 0., taught.'In Indian rivet. \\elglit Bi). MISS MABe McCECS I I, ,
i,ce buyers In some cases With flre destroying more than to take all posrlble steps to pre imumlfWA1IOO. Y.w. .,er4.c. 'I
vent fires and to aU !
Li ire paying a premium for |100,((100,000'worth of farm 'prop- provide possible I IB Victory An.4. C N 4K FU.
protection against fl-ei A
squash and tomatoes erty, In America during 1947, the DEMONSTRATIONCLUBS R
glance at last years tin record HOIKVIO! Holllim sii|>>rinlrndcnt of sc'IIt1.! .s. Stuart Caught ulxmril ,
1In this area. New" Year calls for farmers. of
Dare ; Bail 1 Dare 5t -
should convince all farmers and Jean Cjijit Wright )1""lIId. ,
oral Northern farmers re- Martin County to put fire preventive -
ranchers that fires don"t always FRESIt WATER DIVISION
I' hove: mad inquires about and protection practicesto
happen to the other fellow The : MEET BASS ,
in Indlantown ,With wm'le this
iig- -.... .".,- ----,- .5- -vigorously- -----year--The best way to guard against Are Is WillumJ. J. nctiiilr, IMIst, |. to plan a safety program, The / ixiuuilsJuliii BOAl/FOR/ SALE
following suggestions have worked -ION
FRWIT In the past Farmers can use TUESDAY 11 I IVsiffng, New Yolk'" City, caug! t nil Dalton Spuciul,, ",

ked Fresh From My prove. Shipped Aliywher* In the past Farmers can WIt VflRlt!( "J, pCMIIMl.l i I f
them during 1941 as' a basis for By MRS ANNA B. DAY BRbAMD/ WHEELER SED] [CRUISER 32 > 11 x 36 in., ma- (

NEW and USA FURNITURE effective protection, .ivld [Don..ildson. ; Stuart, caught on plug weight % rwuind. hogany hull, ne Chrysler Crown motor 115 h.p.,

REAL BARGAINS I. Keep your farm clean Good An nil-day meeting; of the SPLkLLDPEICH\ 2"to 1 reduction an; electric bilge pump; one bed

Let Us Smoke You Fish For Shipm/nt buildings housekeeping will.In automatically and around get all Clubs County Home monstratlon members Mrs \in.'('ut U'nrlli.im, Pulm City caught. in Spillway' 15, Io't'ht\: I I2i and four bunks;' Complete galley, bottle gas stove; '
was enjoyed by _
30 Years Experience rid.. of Make tire regular hazards checks: on all from Indlantown, Salerno, Jensen To date I"MlI1d"! then air no rntriej by women anglers In the sailfish tliviskm t j ink( 100-Ib. ice >K; 80-fallon gas tank; 40-gallon '+I

el'ctrteal equipment and cl-eults Tropical farms and Palm Tlmp bronze suilfifch statuettes. are this year,s prices, |loot angjin water tank i one I 6 in. Dink Norhill anchor and one

B. MINSCHHE Worn electrical wiring should be City Tuesday The meeting was are advised l th.it fish to be rjiqihle rut coniprtilxin in the sailfish iljuiHai. stock anchor; to' |t and lavatory) C. D. foj; fire ex-

rllon'Hotel Bid replaced held at the Palm City Church must either be caught from )boats privately (ijMYiih-tl or clurtrt' : boats Imguishers, I Ini size; wired for A.C. current; 100-

Old Dime I. Keep all heating units In and members dinner' from 4vas Palm, served City by Prominent 'the- member of the Stuart Saillislt'Cnh. aim this rule applies[ to Hoist I foot cable; life r serVer In the'water and readyley's.
good condition. Make sure chimneys digille ((1M sailfish( Imtlonn/ 'nlixlff\ the clul\ "
and flues are free of cracks. officers of the State and to go. 'See it at] ,
4. Curt hay and grain pod manure district! were here and an interesting lluiuir pljiiie| awarded to angUvs catching, on rod and reel], the j :i "
heaviest fish in the following sm'('lrs,
program was enjoyed.
JENSEN M01OR REPAIR : properly. Stored should Mr, and Mrs Victor Conklin WklU Mo-tin. Si.... M.rli. .w_dn.h.. afar M..nrd. w. ... Aao..Ja. WILL CONS [ SMALL BOAT OR HOME IN
be Inspected regularly for odors C..M.., Mpklii.. Sp...... M..tr.l. B...... .. ....... ACO, e-.s.. 515..en. '
smoke gas and heat-all warn- han written that they arrived itClarcmont. -.i.. Crrap., s dy41.h. Tv..., a. Traa, P KT PAYMENT. .,
REPAIR ALL MAKE /ARS ing signals Calif.. sate and well. F:==::: Maitr.vv { S5.eJ..d. C.o.ll.. t"i..al Ca..d'B-:.,1 i, OS

$. Make sure there la equipment They' recently left here by auto, All fish must weighed fit *t the Stuart fire Ibis 'aul'I1w;, y
on farms 'with which to Mrs. Conkltna mother, Mrs, M: sed officer of the Stuart Sailfish 1 .
BODY AND FIINPERWORIC combat fires Approved fire extinguisher R. Gilbert fell and Injured her weights y.'Itne. bf Club. H. .

should be In every arm and shoulder Mrs Gilbert I I KITCHENStuart
AUTO P NTl G home and outbuilding Make and Mrs. IV1, Burrows of Dow Winiamsfleld, Ohio and Leonard PROJECTS DISPLAYED 204 Atlanta AJe.

e lure they are Inspected regularly aglac Mich.. err occupying the Upps of Lenox, Ohio, have arrived
Across from snnm Acres and new cottage recently built by display projects eomPlet-1
that membr of the
every to spend several weeks' because '
family knows how to use them. the Conkllns at Edenlawn dun ed during thy first r -o= m oCl O. ono
of the illness of their father -
Ing the Conkllns absence the current school in the U
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MAKING IS MISSED' Mr' and Mrs. Chester Hitchcock / / John Llpps' who has been high schools! home economics Ocean o '1 iian River Frontage J> ;
ol Wood bridge. Conn., call seriously. 11for\ nearly two
AT OCEAN: \ tuatlE department will be held '
------ - --- the'
ed last week at the honvj ot Mr months It is hoped he 'may O
and Mrs O B. CadwelL They 1 school all day tomorrow Mlis1
.Maxine the friendly little soon recover. 200 feet to flOOO fRt between Jensen Beach ando
are staying at Jensen Beach and Mary Ellen Manion, Instructor
monkey at Ocean Breeze Park, expect to go on to St. Peters-i Mrs V. P. Langford and children announced this ,eek, I Fort Pierce of State Rftid AlA $11 to $25 per foot. I 1 iI
who brought delight to children; : burg and other Florida points, "Per It," and Jacqueline e I 1

rI 1V and grown-ups alike bowed.Off, oo this their first Visit to the I and Mrs George Hammond of ENGLISH QUALIFIES I j o high and son*over Vile deep
stage one day last week. State. 0
Melbourne at the
are visiting
Her passing brought this tribute 1 Stanley, demonstration party Tallahassee. Jan. 29 State ,I
from Mrs *H. U Clark: i was held Monday at the home of horn of their parents,,Mr. and .School Supt. Colin English: today j INfflAN RIVER FRONTAGE 1
ItR's 'She' Is bound to be happy in 1 Mrs Alice Refreshments I Mrs. B. F Hodapp. Herbert and
qualified as a candidate for
that sure-to-exlst animal heaven II and ac good e7me enjoyed I Jackie Hodapp spent the wrek j homes fur w hed from I to 7 rooms with porches and ) ?
for she brought\ happln'ss and Tonight there wU) be a community end In Melbourne and their maters Governor by paying the required I''o {f
good ; : pleasure to hundreds. She was I party at the farm home accompanied them home WOO qualifying fee to Secretary: i I jj garages, 1
always waiting and watching for I bf Mr. and Mrs Van Ness on home Monday. of State R A. Gray l I''O ink from SjO.OOO to $K,400, term at 5%. II
to her tidbit. Mrs Charts Krumm who recently -
someone bring a or Martin Highway All friends of
just to rub her chin.. If one was Lhtrcalm City Church and Woman suffered a badly sprained iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiimiiiiiiimiiiiiCARD : :
tired or just a Unto weary, one 's Club are welcomed. ankle and toot from a fall Is OF THANKS 'I I INDIAN fflVER AND IT. LUCIE RIVER TRACTS. d N
because 'it': had only to lilt on a bench under Mrs. Helen ,Rode of Walton, N. much better
the,mango tree and watch the Y. Is the house guest of Mr. and I Mrs J. A. Peck who fell and We take this method of thank-j Also lots |i STUART, |UO, JENSEN BEACH. and
antics of Maxine and her little Mrs William Burdlck. The Bur broke her hip Is at the Martin ing each and every one; for the I SALERN
yellow bunny May her friendly dicks accompanied her south by County Hospital where she Is re- beautiful floral offerings words Q
littlj heart rest In peace," auto when they returned from ported to be doing nicelY. or sympathy, and for every 'I)
their holiday' trip to New Jersey I Mr, and :Mrs.. Herbert' Callahan ness shown in the loss of I
I of Auburn, Me., who were I | 9 9I 1
SSA REPRESENTATIVE: HERE and New York Mrs Rode loved Son and Brother kind'I: 'I l
Prompt application by qualified may leave for St. Petersburg In I en route to fort Lauderdale: Nipper We also thank I
about two weeks stopped by far a short visit! with In the boating fra !
persons for retirement or.survivors / persons i I w. B. TILT N REALTOR
old friend Jack Llsk. Friday '
benefits that have been earn- Mrs. William F'lnauer of Bay who worked so diligently alter I) '
ed under the Federal old-age and City, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. I They expect to sail the the tragedy I D I
survivors Insurance program was o e 0 r g e.. Peogt'la of Midland Carrlbian and visit Bermuda on Mr and Mrs. J D. Nipper '
urged today by R C Oehrfcsn, Mich.. arrived Jan 20 at the a 10-day vacation. On their return and family of Palm CityuuuauuunnnuaununnuunniiIIC I JENSEN EACH FLA. Phone STUART 158-M oa
IAj e Jr. manager of the West Palm Feinauer home. Mrs. Telnauer home they will stop here N
1 Beach of five of, the Social: Security Is the mother of Clarence Fein- --- -- OctO- 000 0.OHO.=-o- '

Administration He an- auar., and the Peogels are his I
nounced that a representative uncle and aunt. They'expect to I'I'I

would be In Stuart at .the courthouse stay until spring BUILDER'S HARDWARE and TOOLS I J I I \
.Tuesday beginning at 10 The Arthur Stanleys of Miami '
m. to take such applications wire ,visitors last week at the 'I'I I
sod transact other business.under home. of Mr. and Mrs A. E.: "
the program ,Stanley I,
-- Jack, LJsk has been seriously
111 for the past week. At this .'
writing he seems to be improving t :
Francis: Crews celebrated her I II
6th birthday i last Thursday I 'I J
Dimes were enjoyed and cake
SIGNS And her mother.ice cram Guests was were served Freddie by 3 FAMOUS LINES CLJDDEN, AND BPS HOUSE PAIN* INTERNATIONAL JARINE PAINTS t Ii ; ,

Mary Francis and the twins, Nan I KELVINATOR APP lANCES ,' fi
and Nell Walton, Ernie: Hlgbee, ;;

LES SERVICE REPAIRS Merry Vincent Milander Lee, Bobby and Worth-Shirley NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINEB BY KELVINATOR : : ''J! "
SCO CHLITE SIGNS Myrna Mead Violet. Mary Rae '
Displayed at OurjStore : tJ f
and Judy Crews, Joyce Crews r I" \


Sam Roman to making headway ,
OLDLEAF SIGNS on the building! of a new f '

:. home near West 1st fit Bring Ypur Fishing Problems To Us ,
TRUCKS AND BOATS Mrs Mary Brown of'Miami, \ 1 it
friend of Mrs. Lena reigel vis-
BRING OUR SIGN PROBLEMS TO US Ned Monday at the borne of Mrs,

Petty and daughter Mrs Felgel BESS HARD ARE CO. 'I a :I."i
Richard Jones year-old son of

;wE LL SIGN SHOP Mrs. Violet Jones of Miami andgrandson' ;
\ of Clifford Petty\ now "WHERE FISHING! BEGINS" ,) t"1 ,, :
employed ,.here, has been seriously \

ill at his Miami home lie Phone 38 and 216 Stuart Fla. : '
ostes t 74 or 311 Stuart, Fla. Is now" recovering )

Mr. and Mr*. l.ev4tatppa.ot

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1 Trees are Florida third must SAVINGS BOND SALES I' BABYSSIZE DEATH RAY DISPLAYED DESPITE VEGETABLES RAIN MOVING, COLD I LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville, Jan. 29.-Florida have homestead to live does 01'the\ not ,neceo homely.,
: valuable crop. Only citrus find INCREASE IN COUNTY Florida livestock producer sold 3,696'" to be entitled to tax exempll!

,ti" Vegetable( product bring more 'I Jacksonville, Jaa 29.De.pllethe cattle and 8.965 hogs throughfive Attorney General J. Tom Wa
Income to ,the State and<< its" people Jacksonville Jan V:>. Sale of In- ti
I ; state-operated and nine had ruled '
., Ferris Wheel continuing effects of the recent -
0. S, saving bands, In, Tlorlda cold wave, and excessive dependent markets during the
during 1947 reached a total of rainfall which added to the latest weekly sales for which
' I 74,509.120 of which $ ,571748 By HORTENSE K. WELLS growers' troubles In some areas figures were"available today In
PAG< ] : Certainly the new )ook cannotbe Jacksonville offices of Florida ROTARY JJilM.euA
I were of Series, I B!: and $29,937,374 this week considerable shipments
\4. SEA '(credited or blanvd. on Fuller of vegetable have moved State Markets. Cash receipts on
.ere Series rand 0 according to Warren but he has originated the reporting markets rang up a ,
GUI I from Florida points" and prices ;.t a +e s Baru
AT 'I :" HORSE l a teportreleased, today by Ralph the new commitment. For the In several Instances' have beet) gross grand total of $3M,25UO. H. aAUNUaIy,
\ i F Bdgwll, state director of the first time -within our knowledge (exceptionally good, said WilliamL e'HAa a rMle.n
t A |. '; TACKLE Rs i V 5. savlngi bonds I,division of a candidate foOovl'mor\ has : Wilson, director of State Mar. HOMESTEAD RULING w twiar,5
\ T 1 gone on rcord, not by Implication beta" today Tallahass-e-The owner pf I
span the Treasury, Department. but In black and -
f '",. \ white assaying -
(t' Paler;;! COMPANPalO | The greater \reduction from ,that In the event of his Perhaps the brightest individual
1.; !
Wit il 11949- figures Is reflected in the election women will be given A spot In the Florida pro- LIST Rooms, AHomes men wad ReDtal
l,1 your
JacU",) ,I r and O Series sales which ai" full recognition' In the matterof J ductlon picture during the Utter with '
I off 22 per cent while Series E. State appointments and that ] part of the week has been pro- us.Write
Ilbl :: ine Plugs Which appeals particularly to he will nam, at least one to the vided by tM sales of gladioli L. FU Dcat
"' ::1 the small Investor but which is State Board of COntrol. This L : blossoms, through the 1'01"Ny-
Penn eer Reels available only to individuals and board which supervises operation L11 I ers State Farmers' Market" said I
::1:1t Rod and eel Repairing \is limited to $5,000 for any single of the state colleges Iom- Director Wilson *A report from
; v4, No Delay buyer In a calendar year fell posed of five members all men, Manager W. F Nehrllng stales BUYING' SELL RENTINGPRUtF1tr
";;; rompt Service 14.6 per cent below 1948 Inasmuch as there ar; in Florida that Flowers are being grabbed CEMENT
f'I'l, Pen Reels ; The report show Martin 29.38f more women than men of I oft at fancy prices' P. ,(Wox No, 4
,ri.r I South end Tackle County sales for 1947 were $283- voting age, It would seem that "Th! Fort Pierce section where 321 North CdVado AvenuoORJkNY
f We Sell Part for All 083 as compared with $263800 In one member on the State Board' the tomato harvest was at its rho 817
Mak'of Reels the year 1944 The per capita of Control and "due recognition"] seasonal peak when the cold Stuar lorlda'WHE
average for the county for the In other appointments would not '' weather of Jan IS struck, experienced
f year just passed was $4 ,4O as He out of order. 1 I ps d r.a an additional set-back -
Harry winglehurst ------ --
against 43.24 the year before Each four years one gubernatorial from heavy rain fait last week. -
F caner I and against the State! average of candidate after ,another This delayed salvaging of tomatoes -
Old xie Jllrh.a1 I 13312 Nineteen counties of the I has Implied what candidate left after! the cold LIght u NEED''L' J
Near nlen Beach: I Stat's *7 showed Increases In 'Warren has implicitly stated but, offerings of tomatoes handled

_.. sales_ !in._1947_ over 1946.BEER :. after the campaign was over and this week brought prices: ranging
B E 'R
-- -- -- - tier votes were counted. the 1m 1 from II to 19. Manager M. E.
llcatton disappeared Into the! Williams of the Fort Pierce State
'I. trash can along with numerous Farmers Market reported at the r
and ALE I other campaign promises. II week end that the cold damage
r .. .
to mid-winter tomatoes has approximated -
$4.50 Per Case When Governor Millard CaldWell 90 per cetit., and (0 BUILDING MATERIAL'
was campaigning In 1944, Dr T. Overman senior research tin mist the Out
Schlit Pabit, Budweiser and Miller JflgK Life I Ralph a at Ridge to 93 per cent of spring tomato
frequent references were made atomic rciearch buby-si/e( death raJa' glass. bot-
pUnt removes ; plantings that were up and 4Eaft
DELICIOUS, to the fact that Caldwell,
tlefrom Ib "container In a demon-itr-idim In scientists gathered at growing. were killed or damagedso
in nd favorite beer s/d Sandwich who is a"capable and charming
Drop enjoy your lady, had served ALlwrna Polytechnic Institute In Auburn Ala TIN met fur the severely as to require replanting -
County Superintendent
Plenty of Parking SpaceOtTTPOST of Public Instruc- first" conference on use of radioactive aumu la agricultural! research Hope was held that seed

LUNCH ARA5'.OLI tion in her home State of Virginia TIle 4nvhiblo ray contains eluctrotis, emh ,rf nearly 2,(KN) ).((001) t-loc- In the ground would, come thru Coast- umber
The Fort
; prior to her marriage tron volts energy They ray hells genius end l some small bisects undamaged. Pierce: -
Market has handled 1,200 cratesof
( However recognition of this fact but will kill
H WILLiAMS, quickly it not man. lima beans last
rap during the'
has not been reflected In the
-- -- --- -
I appontmelnts/ \ made by the Governor lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllMI week.* & Supply Go.

GET SURE CON ROL OF. "Veterans The plastics Industry dependson
.. W: believe Fuller Warren to Notes of Interest To the nation forest for its raw
MINERS W I be an honest citizen and a man materials! Don burn them Phone 22 P, O/Box 305 Stuart, Florid
tV F pN s EwB' fl BEETLES I lof his word, in the event of his ofncIOl J Hardy V A.. Contact Otfleer I by starting woods fires. up
CABBA E CATERPILLARSC UCUTWORM election this phase of his campaign At :R Lowery, )t, Fort Fierce Headquarter I -'-- --
will be watched with con- 11:30.3:30 P. m. Monday101 Atlantic Ave. '

rips -VCtTS and Many Olrfr Truck Crop Pests: I flderable Interest It11111111111111111111111111111111111tI11111111, ,,1 III............/..........."........III"....."........"................".;III........."..,
i The Stat Democratic: Committee
MOLEGR Tb Veterans Administration responsibility for determining PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS
met, labored, but brought
4 CDh DANETHE forth neither mouse nor election. guarantees loam-not house whether purchase of a home Is

Whether committee officials That reminder came recently a sound Investment Is on the .
CROP-SFE INSECTICIDE should be el cted in January and trom Southeastern officials'of veteran and his lender VAl '
I take office In June or whether the Veterans lack.Againl! Remington Rand
Administration M authority la principally In the ,
\ D..dt is moll sett i pairs-tsH) It crops I the election should be conductedIn
,- r. nm s.nd doiagM. Toast >ldulo June complaints continued to come field of credit.
'& was not course the
o .r- 'c.n b.. ld o Iron Ihttt sueeMlr er.eY.-arolds heat'| true issu The real critter In Into the Federal agency from : Deluxe Model Portable
m rr-dos r I lUr tub reus crops. the woodpile was to Insure the veterans dissatisfied with houses Q-Just what doc the ape
Ara ttc: te 1 enq brands ol Ini clicUw holding of another meeting before purchased under the OI loan pralsal mean?
t -- wcrable, wdrsdustssndemutneoasd July, when the Democratic program Here are \the answerto A.The ,appraisal simply i -{\
Act rest to dular for them todtvI National Convention meets In
Se war. the 1 I states |>l>li>lv *.llasr Philadelphia. It would thata question of vital Importance establishes' what should be the
Wa e t Chlerdane. *> no subililuKs. landless committee, fazing a t Co veteran planning to buy a highest price bt the property Inline .0' '

$Uu4 ifVMAN f gtmMxtfIK. campaign which bids fair to be a tome under the OI bill I IQhow with present day market 9S>1\ AtctR
.eOLOIMO bit on the tough aide might have can I tell| whether conditions. The appraisal system .
tatpaD considered the conservation of the home I want to buy i la a good will be dltttu &further In next

I, *CNs rssi' tiK''feiittttiN| iii'VRueK.CROp PCSTS expenses, but that apparently Investment week columnJVte.
s was a mer trifle not worthy of I A,--Use good common business __ a '
serious thought I cense before you buy. Oet sound
r!w strings were left unpulled advice before closing a sal, Discuss -;
In the effort to defer the election I with your tender your financial -'
/ From sources constderd ability to keep up the ;

First STjfKERACE reliable distance comes calls from the story Washingtonto of long payments 1 S ART :'

I Q.Since VA ...
Ever Ri for Florida Breds Florida, of a "trade" wherebyone requires an ape YCfdfr.
prospective candidate for a pralsal. I understand' that the
IIIIMIIIIIlttlMIHIIIIIIimilllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS' place on the mocratlc Nation | veteran need not: worry about I R fits
al Committee has been taken 1 checking the quality of construe
but of the picture In exchange tion Is this true?
for votes to postpone the election A.--This Is absolutely not true : O1'Standard
of committee officials When I The appraisal not a guaranteeof SQQ
d Flori the June meeting Is called in sound construction Any vet- WaSpeetaUae
Punta Oorda the $64 question eran purchasing a home should II I
will be up for answering: shall look carefully what he buys II
the Florida delegation go to I and make'certain It will suit pyReatale I
Philadelphia Instructed or un- his requirements now and for I
Instructed? In 1924 the national many year to come The vet- I
111111111111111111111 limillllAJlMIIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII convention chairman the late eran should see for himself
Senator Walsh, ruled that the whether the house is wail built.
Instructions of the State committee I If he doesul know ctmu11 shout ormaallowRealEsta I
M1 I, were not binding and It to Judge, he should get the
that delegates could vote as they opinion of an expert who dose Insurance I
Friday 6th
Individually wished, Men and ,
women who seek the post of Q.-Isn't the VA responsible 'or See I
convention delegate! will be ask- for seeing that the. veteran getsa JOHN/E. 4.
ed to declare their choice f9r good buy k TAYLOR I
''M1b 11 1'11111111111111111111111111111I11I11I11I111111Ir' President and Vice President A.-Naturally. VA Is lner( Ited Oseeola Phone 1U I row keyboard $8427Goes
Year Olds 3 Furlongs though, they may, If they wish, In the welfare of former ser cs- fit
decline to commit themselves men. However;in buying holies STUART I
$ OOO ADDED However this type of "dark under the OI bill the tnior II vrywhr .,. typ.s anything and .
it' .i" :' years years dependable, s.rvlc.l
being left the post "
All of this adds up to oho sure icte for years this machine has been the .tand-bt of Handwmf Carrying
thing: the June meeting will I Your / Case I IndudedlrWU
'i; probably have the largest at- business and professional families all over Amer -
tendance since 1944, and the no.neyI ica. member
; Every uses it. mother for 1tNholi
election of chairman and other I correspondence ( Tevdi '
tl, !: officials will not be the only Cane dad for work;. the childrerf for TrJllntlnstrudlonloot

RACE COURSE topic of Inf rest their lessons:Survives rough and ready usage. .

1I I II Florida Oldest, Largest and Finest Tlorlda forests" are growing gives a maximum of service with a minimum of

Track homes lumber will from be which built, our Don't futur let 212 repairs ...and because of these six special features

them go up In the smoke of a turns out work the equal of full sized office

- wildfire ....--- Per An hm' machines .

I OrInsured rings Self Starter paragraph key automatically Indenti ,

r. Long carriage return lever .
Acc n speeds up typing ; .
Variable line spacer makes corrections
e The Federal Savings Insurance easy
n Corporation Personal touch control
Insures adjusts to operator
individual a oun to 15,000. Husband
and wife may have total f =l JOO, full? Insured. ,Paper table and scale make !peat pages
Pint Federal savings i :ountlare legal investments
for Trust Funds, aa well s Funls held by Guardians,'

I I Administrators and Exefuton./ ALSO NOW IN 'STOCK

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i; : R. W. Sedfvjck, Secrets y-Treasurer
:." I CO. Member Feder. lome Loan ank Had.Federal. THE .STUART NEWS

} Savings and;. Loan Inao ace ,Corp.
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',SOCIAL- NEWS. ( and Happenings of the WEEK ,IN 'j. :: I i "'I

---- Or and MM John K. Harvey, Edward W. Oerhardt Mack. MX and Mrs Marvin OossettJt on Martin .R ad. left this week pointed agent for the railroad :I i 1

LOYAL ORDER Of'tMooSE brother-in-law and sister of Mr. HomeDemonstration Mrs. E j. Smith Ohio,railroad man with the On- ,. of Miami were we, "k-end for Hollywood where lI'ho will at Homestead He and Mrs Longare !1

Bror t. Carlberg! of Bewails Point, Clnnatl-Unitavllle Pike Railway, guests of her parents, ),Ir. and visit other friends for a tune returning moving there Jto make their :
GMAT LODG& I- have arrived from Salina, KanU Honors Sisters With his wife son and daughter. Mrs E. D. Wells, .owner of the to Stuart later in the home ,;- ,
I : 'w"o'i.Ob.': > spend several weeks at one of Is back In Stuart for another Grace Apartments, the former season, 0- \: '
toe MOOTH' the new Lang ford Al oat season. After week at the Flamingo with the Tj :, ;
ML. HomeLD the Langford cottages are Notes' At Card Party a Knapp Inn Gossett Is -- Mr. and Mra Edgar: Kendall ot : ::1
Hotel th y have taken an engineering department of Pan- .'
Edwin 1C Long!, former rest Spllngfleld 111. are back in Stuart '
/ IAL MIGHWAT their friends, Mr and Mrs. Ralph
at the Grace
But nett.FiO L By MISS LtlCILE INSCOE'' apartment Apt American Airlines at Miami dent ot Stuart .who has been In to spend Another winter, '; .1
Mrs E. 3 Smith have been
and tier They coming to Florida -
I -0- West Palm Beach ticket office of staying at the ,Pelican Hotel, { ,6
, ;
---- mother, Mrs. Lee F Terrell wore for the past 10 yean !
Coast have here nearly
The pan rather than the Recent arrivals at the Grace the Florida East Railway They bees\ "
oven hostesses at a fivefablebridge' I -0--- Apartments are W. C, WrCorm- : the post 13 years, has: been ap Very winter 5 years, l'I"f.j.:
may be responsible when cakes. Mr. and Mrs F, It McCUntotk ... -----
of ----- ------- -
ish, retired lumberman
ERS For AU OCCASIONS party Monday night honoring
biscuits! or other baked productsdo Mrs 8mlth..lstel'll, MrS. C. A. I plan to )leave Sunday for their Greensboro N. c.. and Rocco r it i\
not brown properly. The same home in Detroit. after a thr e- Calcecrl of Weotfl-ld, Massmarntenanre .. \ .
FLOJtvERS of Atlanta and MrS.
CORSAGES CUT Ray- week vacation here at the ,
Edge- \
man for StanleyProducts Porter "
BOUQUIfS baked
recipe In Uv: same oven burn D bray of Now Orleans /
water Apt. He Is an auto sales .j
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS for'the lame length ot time at Prizes for high wore ware won man In Michigan. I Corporation.
Lsh was here for nearly three
by L. Mrs .
A. ,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS I SSMI the lams temperature may Mrsu Arbogast -- e months last seaion. I
Roger Splcer Mrs. Webster Ord-
brown quite In differently In different way Mrs R. O. Judson and Mr*. Henry Beckman Jr. and his Paint & Body Sfhop. Ij j Ij
pans one kind of pan roommate Martin Pearson of i j
FLORAL & GIFT SflOP It E. D. Dugan. Others present were Mrs K Ashley entertained
may come out nice
a medium Stetson University at DoLand.
Mrs Fred L. Hall.,Mrs T. J. F with tea Friday afternoon honoring Fl/or
brown, In another (Over A& P 2nd )
!it be +
WE WIRE FLOWERS may too: Kennedy, Mrs Stanley Hitching. arrived Friday to spend the weekend Mrs Irma Pomper of Qlen- 4 4!
pale and In still another too at the, '
horns Beckmans
Arcade BldV. 5th St., Ft. Pierce PJjtm* 3IO-J dark or unevenly browned.' Mrs, D. 8. Hudson' Mrs L. E. parents, Mr and Mrs.of H. C. Deck- cue, 111. SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLCTERING "; ,
In most Ash):y. Mrs. M. O Uttman Mrs *- Auto Painting MelF Work
testing kitchens
where man of South Atlanta Ave
reelpt I are developed today L. A Arbogast, Mrs. H. H Hlpson, ,, Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. Men-I Custom-made Slip Covers /Sport Tops '' 1f
. --
. aluminum pans are used because Mrs L. W, Barnes. Mrs Evans : nlngrr went to Fort Lauderdale f K K4y4 Ki
they do not change much Crary. Miss Ida Albncht, Mrs Mr and'Mrs. Conrad Albracht Monday'night where he gave an i

DO OUR OWN with age and, use, and do not Paul M. Hoenshel Mrs J. RPomeroy of Palm City Drive",,who, with Illustrated lecture on Flowering I
ATE corrode, chip or break Because Mrs H M. Klelfeld Mr. and Mrs C F. Taylor of Tropical Tret'." to the Federated
recipes developed In aluminum Mrs R, B McPherson, Mr*. E. Cleveland, left here In Decemberto Garden Clubs of that city and I

11', t may give different results In A Mennlnger and the honorees, vacation In Varadero Cuba their guests at the high school' THE
enamelware Mrs. Bowles and Mrs Cray, are expected to arrive home Sunday auditorium
ENOfeAVlrJO'AfcacU glass or Un, the I
;RYSTALSfnTTED cook need to The Taylors will remain in -0-
may baking .
time and temperature accord', .. Katrina Carlberg! daughter Cuba until April and are expected Mr. and Mrs Jamca F Lltt-j "TALI' of TH TOWN"
Ingly. of Mr and Mrs Bror J. Carlbergof to visit here en route home. man came down Thursday from .

Jn-general, enamelware baking Bewails Point returned Monday their farm at Quincy to spend I
a from Charleston S C? Mr. and Mrs: Harold Robertson: th? week end with
pans give the deepest brown.
Glass where she has d'voted the past and Mr. and Mrs. Webb Little parents Mr and Mrs
ranks next In rapid brownIng
three ,weeks to landscape painting left Sunday for their home In man. Llttman.a.1 BRUCE andflARRY'SLUNCBEOP
especially In an elctrlc;
KPORTED Q.4.r. :' COSTU JEWELRY oven which has a'' high degreeof Miss Carlberg will be remembered Tabb Ind.. after two weeks here ,
for her two lovely at the Grace Apartments 523 Miss Emma lukert of
Fla. heat.
S art radiant Enamelware
C\O'.f: and glass both absorb watercolors, Seavlew" and "Lu- South Camden Ave They had es. Long Island arrived last week '
clnda s House, which won third come to spend two months but to spend the winter with her I
heat well In enamelware, the 75DINN1RS
\ place and honorable mention In were called home by the critical sister and brother-In-law Mr I / / ,
browning often is mottled because -
this material does not the art show at the civic center Illness of Mrs Littles mother. and Mrs R. B, McPlierson at
last month. Miss Carlberg has The men are both large-scale their home on Hibiscus Road I
Your War robe Is Tread Royally distribute and heat tin evenly the browning In aluminum Is exhibited her work In Corpus farmers who came to Stuart last -e- 951i -
Christi Tex, and In Ashevllle winter to fish and enjoyed their Mrs Irma Pomper of Gl"nroe,
less rapid and usually more even and Hend"rsonvllle. N. C. stay here so much that they returned Ill.. who has been visiting Mr. I
at M rtin County unless the tin Is very dark or -0- with their wives this year and Mrs Edwin A Mennlngc-r Howard XhnsortPs Famous Ice '
thin and that the
Clea ers.It heat Is uneven.warped BO Mrs Margaret Healy and Mrs for a longer stay for several" weeks_at their_home I

The shape of the pan also Influences P. Dixon and son, Tommy, will AL FLAVORS
I1 Nothi the best at- arrive today from Queens Village
Cake baked
,z tenticif r for garment in a square browning.pan, especially If L. I.. for an extended visit *'W* Sell the Best" .:. .1.! "W Service the Rest" H me Maid
any with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell at
the Is enamelware U likelyto
or iKm crossing our become pan too: brown at the corners tlrir home on Palm Beach Road. STROMBER C AfltsON Pie& and Cakes JKoad'I

port 4l I Make Martin Browning is more even in -0- \

it Couriy Cleaners Your pans with rounded corners In Mr. and Mrs R. P. Parnell and
a deep, hlghslded pan biscuits daughter Beverly. of Jacksonville Radios & Radi Ilea for the best
era and cookies often com Out too spent last week end with BRUtieand I

ser ice obtainable_any- pale because the high sides her parents. Mr and Mrs '
"shade' them from the radiant Charles McLane. and her sister BARTLE \ ROSS
wheel. heat They brown better on a and brother-in-law Mr, and Mrs

flat sheet or on thj bottom of J. W. Berry Fed, 1 l&rfvay and (ndiantown
an Inverted pan. 317 Osceola Ave. V Phone 209 .
Pan size count too 1n brownIng Mr, and Mrs T. M. Bowie of 1 ti

Martin Ctount Cleaners If the pan Is too t Urge for East Sth St... entertained their -- ........... I

the recipe, a cake of bread mixture .. son-ln\ .law and daughter Mr ; (
GEORGE KtfTH may be spread too thin and and Mrs. H. H. Brown of Orlando 7' '
become too brown )art week end ,
Expert Dyeing \ Berl Moth' Proofing. for baked periatl.q, pan and t.- '
) 'Citizens Barr etFlir -ftel e' should sulf each other, Mrs. J A. Peck, 83, whoVlnMartin
pposite and.both should,suit t the ven. County Hospital with a i' ..efahr

broken hip, Is reported much Improved
If you have a poultry flock; r
Dont forget.: To feed VP not -

a DOWN: (Give all the fed the Mr. and Mrs. Robert NollbedIIIR -

II birds will eat and turn Into profIt (- of aeacllff, L. I., Arrived at
Don t try to feed as little as ths Rlverdole Apt, 184 ClevelandAve.

you, can get by with This remits .. to stay until May 1,
In less economical' production -*.t-
-- of both eggs and meat.) The W. C. Armors Eldorado
II' Don't forgets Adjust flock size H!Ighta had as their week-end

to feed supply: (Trim tits size: guest Mrs Lillian Walters.! of Atlanta -

of poultry operations to the .
I Who's
amount of feed you can count -- jamming

,:j. on), i ia
Don" forget. The Importance
of water,
water enables th \birds: to utilize + r
vVr nc t
feed more efficiently) >
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Phil! Pence Martin County !
Telephe Folks'really Red Cross fund chairman Lloyd 7 !

v- -I C. Travis chapter chairman, in the ears i
Mrs:Eula Travis chairman

qtdja job, in unteer special services, and Miss
Mary Shackletord executive secretary :

attended a Red Cross ......w.-"r"......---.-.-.. AVq 1 ,
meeting at Sebrlng yesterday In IIV A-i L

I.. the Interest of the fund-raising r
Representatives for

campaign Southeastern national headquarters area'. had charge and: the of 2 Unions Block Labor Pe a-Re use Wage Boost I ,

he meeting
la die ffaliauedVarcilr of ...,
spite of mater.Isle a -

and equiptn Ait and fcwhe lace of rising will Rebekah meet at Royal 0 p.m.Palm Monday\Lodge 44 at ohna' can Already Accepted by 1 Other ilroad Unions !

costs alt along tie line, S. them Bell went Woodman Hall. The newly-ln- tboard MitortBAUER LL -

ahead in and stalled officers will preside for Th. Brotherhood of Loroinotive Fnglneera. : right *17 improKng expanding the first time with Mrs Jennie Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen The UnioN h n. refused to arbitrate rae succennfullj. ... .onr.the.... ..r.ear-
your lelepliEne icrviceHt was year of Wllbar as noble grand. Rebekah SALES & SERVICE end feinginmneii and the bwitchmen the Railway 1 liar Act provide for the alyilag alrlke ainiiwt I.c the retire .
in the area are> Invited 209 S. Dixie Union. of North America, repreeentinc. appointmesi a fact.finding board by country-wad ajcwt. M per cent of their. ;i
Luniming actKly as telep .nll folk went Visitor .- .:... .1 126000 railroad employee have refumd the ]'reader fellow emakirea.:
all to accept the offer of the Relirosde of a The cad Is feel. it Is due shipper*; The threat ef* strike retool JUHlIfj grantInf 1. I
out to Lnngou better totphone service. incraajw of 15X cent an hour
wan A-on.. nployftt), .tockboldena. and more lavenhle midllloM 10 IZi.fMH rm- '.the
fhu w the" same incraue awaratxiI ft MIC" to know that through Plo yea than har already 'bee Ml la rffert } )l. /
There'i *ullfl tremendou ob to lie done. ,000:'000 non-operating employee t 947. anaAntestion out = otwtiona: and m mediation, for 1,ITS.000. mr will It elite: the .mm m.* I
NOTICENotke board In September. they has lot only exerted every effort to of the railroads lo unwarranted wage I...
More builJin *and vast qua ities of{ equip* 1'hia II the" en me tncreaee accepted by retch a I.nd> ,...,Mbl. wttlement, creates or to rhanfra .la perking rules shirk -1 I r
175.000 conducton, trainmen and ewitch but the. eve also met requirement "w ao Jnalifte I ,
and every
neeiMd further iikirove
meat .
ire to expand November 14.
Eva by agreement on. 1U47Arreemente
of Uw mUwey Labor Act nepectirif theWKotmjP A jlanre at Ike bet close' whai emplejf
the icnn-e. If telephoul earnings are; have been madev with.. )n, mediation: and arbitratioQ. ; of represented br Ihe Infineen and themes A I
e 1.175.000 employee, represented by Bin labor dfpute. *. make. They are among the ki heat paid In iit
such art will affract the necessun' new capital t teen uiuone But thme three uruona, rep- ha unlhlnUhle that Iheee three union*, the rank of labor in tin tJl&lletIlilll.., fool I '
only 125,COO men, are trying to '
to pay for, ctfltinuej constrmfcon, you can' la hereby. (Svor, that A. Courson, Tax 4 get .more. 7'bey are demanding aim many repro, hilng lees than 10 ar cent of railroad ski highest. 1i
new" working; rules not embraced in the
look forwartBo further progrifs in meeting Assessor of Martin Count* will yat the following settlement with conducton and trein- {
these vitlr what make! + -
Compare ;
wage you
jour telephtje needs in '48. place on the date specified fojflht purpose of receiving "Incidentally. the Switchmen's Union of III'away test

tax returns for 1 I North America only about 7% ::= nn acorn Uwn *'iihewn ,
yea repnMenta lereleaeotnperaneof' Incises :. lr .. ... Nac w r ow
of all railroad,, switchmen, the other 83'*" yens. asnuai ..n.. .Hallaees v

1947 JENSEN, Precinct No. I, Frl/2, Qu'mn's Store being Kailroad: repreeented Trainmen:by and the covered Brotherhood'by thesettlement of 6Am. feels; (t'" R rril.nd V1' aoaee tGI28 ''''.'//i1!

.' with that union.. ) and 1841. ffi R..d P..rnger lB.13 //1.:199: I ems '
LCHIEVEMENT! SALERNO, Precinct No. Vt**>- 3 Smith's Store i*wotild what 1 Rn.d Height ((7'.ugh) 1,147 4.014 6,109 '
strike Direst have
earamia .
: '
**** 2.740 4.eal4459
X41l fO More local cells nilH KOBE SOUND, Preclrrei/ll S, Feb., 4..-.Post Office Tht .leaden of theee three unison 81'...... aatnke Im hoar It the Inmae 16>i antaMr of- NMMIN S 1
ballot while negotiations were still I tend bv the remade' Road PnlhLomlendW. LBS IMS 11,261 1 1a.
.och d ..brlllsl"l the averogdoll/. PALM CITY Precinct o. S-e1>>. S. Fred Joss, Store IB prograau True M tot a aecret vote but b ... rejected by the ( ''t'" '
total tlMM,000. taken by union tenders and vote are tana laadan, had baM Road Paamnsul : 4 44 5,155 + '
MAYACA Pr Feb. 9. _Post Office atoned. br'the employe in the presence 1of ia>rT of thmuihout the Road> Pmcht (Tit ; ): : a:ten.' ass: \
PORT sect .7.
More| n 2 out of.10 long dlj CIIIce ff. union ,repreaenUUvee.. .un 147. Yard. .. ,1,983. SIMOomnkwaniHIatae SJHA
the Whoa direct negotiation failed, thhaler n.aro.d nine compsi.d Imes rntadas.( eise "'I M-X) ,
cells w re completed. while \evastoms INDIANTOWN iitct No Feb. 10Hathaway'eService .
I W tiM HIM.
> Statii join the reilroada in sating the Nation a
Mediation Board to attempt to settle I
ZI90N. .t.l.phon..ln.toll.d. : STUART, Fred No. 2, Fe 111 t .__... .._Court House dispute, but the Boerd took junadict
29,000 .ileptiones. IrMtallod .In feel at U*.requeei of the camera and .baa bf] 1\
STUART Pre RctNo.3Fb13 ...--.-_.Court House Mmeetly .&temp Oll aince Movember' 14.
lrroe.. ISH7. to bring about a ...tu.Board .-" The tl ,

Coma>lk n of 1129,000,000 el MWtomlrv en "January: 1&, 1848 snsso ed RAILROADS
lie inability to reach a mediationmeat. oU.
Hon to improve and expand c. COURSON Toe leader of the' anions ted #
tolephi s.rvk.. the requeat of the Mediationtrbitrat Boafi to ?enter' 1
*. Th ntlroada accepted.
TAX ASSESSOR We/an pubbahjng this and ether adv rtism.st. to talk with you +
4t/1MM/e/ NIL AND THM A >rf COMPANY at rust und about matlerie.hich._ are imrxntajBt everybody. '



I train takes only 20 minutes to turn Around and get headedfor O O OClO=====OCl OClO

the tU r4'cn i the Everglade Again, arriving at Lake Harbor at
_ 12:35 a. m, where the crew holes up for the night Horticulturally (Speaking
Marcy\( Is the moat important of these new Martin *
Published every Thursday at County towns Lots of carload shipments of limestonerock .C=O=O====::-OQOCOC.:=:lOCIO: 1t: ;t4

Stuart. Martin County, Florida, being; used\ in current repaying of U. S No, 1 come to Tht foOowIng trtlclt mat presented ft the uimual meeting' of/ tfxFlorU .

i by Stuart Dally Newt, Inc.' I I Marcy on the Seaboard and across\ to Fort Pierce on the kl State,Morticu/tura/ Sacrty, at St( Petersburg, November, 1947"BULBOUS -L
rAG! Florida corporation. J.FEC It appear from the map that the new town of
Entered M second-class mall Cana in'in St. "ucle County, but it seems to be incumbenton PLANTS ADAPTED TO FLORIDA"
I' CL IIAT ruatUr at the post oftlc at this newspaper to !si'nd a reporter to spy out Mantola By WYMMUM HATWARD (Guest Reporter) \ ,
Stuart. Florida under the AcU and He-stumer and rive the readers of this column 'an opportunity CONTINUED ROM LAST WEEK "WINTERIZE AND ECONOMIZE IN STUART"
'at March 8, 1879, to get acquainted with what goes on in the rent -
A FREE PRESS There are R number of native bulbs, tubers, etc. in Florida, in
Aspan.- .$5! YEARS OF SERVICE Martin County. Whether Sand Cut is in Martin or Palm' terming for ornamental use In. the garden tut few of coinmercU An old western towb saying "There never wat*
counties I wouldn't know. I Mr Van I
Beach am writing
and 1hf tawi-t Dally I IV... ... .. .wrr Campen for a further In these west! end towns, I value Among those we can mention, the Zrpliyranllies specks 2AUmuco hoes that could not be rode there never Was a ride(
PalitWitL'' Ik. gtiifrt Twin., Oi. tnt. .:: report found In north and west Florida, Z. Treatise, native of Celt b* throwed"
who could not
'' ., K.M&tiel Stwrl.,. fa the origin of the name Mantola It
M I* particularly as
\ : .: trul and oust .101 kid, and Z distinct, f found in
i Iota d t. Iktoe* a..w.re. ids eeat' Sunpsoni species
tacit I ta.rvk I..h Th'l"A. 1111._.Ioe..lit.. ._" pu_..re... ... I sounds like A new kind_of grapefruit; lower HoniU. Then are aU white In color, fading to pinkith.. They I thought of those lines all last week which I spent iI

I ,,,M I. Ih .. _. Miami and, where I lived during winter months for almo
elblfS ik tvtnfcnr U. are natives of low (Utwood w swampy locatiuna, end occuxmolly are
.. I
I 1 *lon fwSuntt tlr .. tI# BRIDGES TO THE( OCEAN
and the
!-S\ A t'lurldd l Ir.v.War.. 'net. with in lilonn In large numbers! along fI..wsldt'lalter. spring fired 20 years South Florida generally Miami art
News irreatest to Martin. County |
-_. --. -._- \ consequence was havewept tin fields. specifically! has been ridin high, and handsome for
last week that the State Road
announcement Department
I'i Tliry can be 'Ul with care, or In beds of Sandy loam the pant few yean Rents have skyrocketed to unbelief! _
has approved the upending of $2000,000 for a series of grown
I line with
soil In lath house with remits. With the writer have able heights. Prices are so out of average ;dzttf
a good thry
ocean bridges to directly link this part of Florida to
i the bloomed toe s,decade in high huniimxk soil under lath. hade :types pocket books that you've gotta be a King Midas to live fa

; MEMBER <) 19:18 ocean a is probable that the people of this area are not yet of the Z Alumujco from' around Tallahassee are among the largest and enjoy that gay, golden community which only t few
fully aware of the sweeping possibilities of this move. flowers of the entire gniiii With blooiui opts fttiir Inches! across These years ago was a sleepy, slow gpmg town where both rents

Here it U, in a nutshell): Martin County has agreed Zephyranlbrf Umrn in early spring. They, ore tiny bulljt in inch ot: and food prices were tops In quality and bottom in cost:! All

If, rfI' to build two new toll tiridgett, straight/ from Stuart to the sea. 10' hi diem cter at liest,'with tknder gram nr gluucoiu War leaves, of which I is. not news to many who knew Miami and Miami

;;"wliiA"' ..IrWNINt1rNIieAa.TT --" -- ,_, '. ,:I'vIoIH...... 1 hene 'will never be toll bridges but the toll angle is necessary and bearing tlx-ir imall floww ou 0 I to 13 huh sterna There are dozens Beach ten( years ago It still is a marvelous place.

r. l.YtNa. ....,..:\ .... .ltdl.I"'I /... to give a "foundation" for original bonds for the project 'uf othtv upwitt of Zi-phyranthrt' and closely rrljtrd imull-flowering Here is news, however, perhaps good news. Ther,

.s" "". ".1,14\11I"tN A MPNNINexn M"'IIJII" ; ,., JR a..... .y....ear 11I_$ddn Thsi "toll bonl! will be taken over by the State \niarv1lKli,in Texas, he West JIKliC'Iliud all through Lutin America; some roping hog tiring branding maverick lamllarN
: !: JJ'1N' 11. IitNNINtl1t a..1-ct $.../... and paid off through gasoline, tax revenues IIKlulling Cixiperia, Lljlvantluu, etc.: Must of Uirae art to 1 b e tt'COm.nl'lIIL'II and \shop keepers that may be Rigmficent of what gmnf
,":fJ ass Ii"it" .t./IoN h.I.v 1 iM"" Within six months, if present plans carry through, / for liirula (IMIIII|| gaixli'us with the poBililw exception pf theZenhyranthn on in other' sections of the cduntry ''VACANCY" sign*

:\" ---S J i8CI'UP'110N' RATES work will! begin on the apans. Fourth Street in Stuart TOkJIi species mid liseyare! possible with extra hare hang everywhere. They are almost as common as 'Glade
.:\ will be "Ocean Boulevard" Down around Snug Harbor Especially. recomiiK-nded are Z. grjixliflof, the cnmrnon large pink red.bugs', The buying and renting public .is on a Unit
:: II, sal: OM YN' U t0 /00 T.... ._, ..., ...... ....... ,
& one bridge will jump the M. Lucie and{ after short drive Ruin Lily or Fairy Lily of front ponhej and gmlem, Z noses, a tiny, They are backing away from (the Gold Coast Irrespectiveof
.' \, i;: wS. 415.5 "Rq ....,'loosen,ua..oearntroa. ::: ...T.u.. MaW*9a.hIe15 iho m'' across" the peninsula of bewail Point the motorist Will rose.pink\( jewel Z insulamm, spring bloomlnj; white, Z. cltrilia, lie. what you read about "big money still floating ',ound

(. Tin -.d ...... I-ar/r.rvl/ ,_.'. ,.vMn'J ..r he, vx fw Py_....". it .11) .... pass over the mile-and.a-hall wide Indian River to a point boost yellow Z. Ajax, 4 tiuw .' )lomj hybrid, z..candidum, late white, like circus handbills."

I about half a mile north of the House of Refuge. There Ildbrantltui rubustui. Ix-audful luveudit and) wlul! from Argentina, A woman who rent a 1'001'1Mid, "last year I get $30
::4.I; NATIO AL EDITORIAL t.' e county has purchased: a stretch: of ocean beach for fonimly ciHMidired. a
f! ::14'' ,nAD); SSOCIATION public bathing and! creation purposes The road will be ixxliinciiti.la Smalli, and 1'rant I, all are worth trying in Kkirida. These beach merchant whom I have known for years said, "i'Ip

',; i i
F 4 have a new draw span. This new span predicates a new unall Items in northern gunleiii. They will reward; Iw grower with a left for my jams, jellies and souvenirs." Next to his star
: ''. l: MF.M8ER OF TilE ASSOO\rr.D PRESS bridge at Jensen Beach in the future. maximum of dt.IK,,ale and) dainly IMllutyIf" a mmlicum of care and) *tIpiilkw was one) "cloned," by an old timer with an established
\ ,. .. .. ., ,
''I:" TIIo At.eMV.d,1aa&' n.w. .to"'r.n, ,.a ,on n?- .,,.w" ''t.p'''m..","'"'n...11 th.,e .,"..II'!I'to.AI r.pu611..t.... dup.Wo.' .Il. N I dreatest; significance of the new bridges is the fact I grow Own in fists fur (the. Scott! part using a candy' loam soil) fundamental bunincsd, an upholsterer. He'd lost $5009

1111111I111I,1:111111I1111I111I1111I111I1111111111I11I1111/ : / 11111I1111I1111111111111111111I11I1111I, / i that Stuart like West Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale, FortPierce with one.litlh part well-rolled cow manure, and pow kling good' drainage in two months., "Rich people with tat bankrolls! are not

'S, YE I i Duttona and every other up and coming Florida They like part shade. spending as they did during the lush flush war days n
!, EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR I city, will be directly linked with the sea. Wore. Dr "..Ju lillg', "tad Mr. Mtad's! livlxkli/ing efforts, Fkrida I plained my friend; A sweet little bungalow that ax

I''b iiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiunii, Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim, We'till be able honestly to advertise ocean bathing bemuse she /great( source! of (anry-b.aved Caljdiumi for the nation months ago wore a price fag of $12,500 can,now be bought( t
attractions that of norMs trade the detmles of the 20th work V
Surveys'hoot Their
Its' all very well this business if the Florida Fast a great percentage in early century for $7,500
(oa.it sticking /K brunch railroad across the corner of Mar Florida". visitors come here for that alone.Devl'loJmt'nt begun half a century ago. Fancy.!leaved Caljdiums are not a new bulb These are definitely straws In the wind Indicating tM
tin 1 ] of the beach! area is bound to follow but were e.hbiled.llt! the 1'luUh.Ijihia CenttiHiial, r.unsilnn in 1876 'big blow' lessening Two it "blow th
County to connect fort Mavaca with Fort Pierce, but years ago was
::1 fl'", M far aN I can determine. nobody gave them permission to :' It will not be long' before there is water and electricity and at the World! Fair in, Chicago: in 1892 The Mewl and N..lul.ngvariHim roll" pay and play for next season may never come Today'

establish it lot ot new' town along the rlght-of-way, I available over' there-and then watch Stuart Beach or have doinmuled lie tide" for many. years. Other liybriduers the/ slogan for many tourists "winterize and economize"
whatever it u to be called bloom like the Cose I ill Brazil! and Europe have |m"IiKrd a liege nunilirr of varirlies, and
Just the other day I was Manning! the new S-color Tourists h ask 'How do I get to the ocean?" will be ,some cask is still\ going on with this bulb! bi lemling at his Inn!, but During the past 12 months a terrific upatrgeIn{, building .
time tables of which 78,000 copies were printed in Novembr I Mold took place In the Miami area ,A warehouse that last
I "Go( straight down that street" I the pioneer Florida breetleri. It ft rcmingly little for their ttKcrjson.X .
t SBpply/ the demand ot sunshine hunters and I was was brimful to the root with household goods has
I now
The .
for themselves ([
bridges will pay many times over I couriMi. Nelirlmg and Mead iucd J parent Hixk' of the best kind
literally bowled over to discover Martin plenty of to rent Hundreds of small houses
another new town in 1 Id increased valuations Live space tourist
property Furcign-originutrd! arfc-tirs! nut ktood tire lest of tune
i' County Here l I am, publisher of the iieeing-eye!,in this camps hotels have gone up on the outskirts And roo'lIItare
And as time 'goe locality, supposed to keep up with all new d \'elopment"t.1H11 I available at fait prices E\en) in the Miami papers
drive from Stuart Jensen
ocean to Beach but also an ocean I ILoule'ard ( Caladium varietxi from a firm in India firing among
zi 1 suddenly am aware that I am not at leant 'ou'll advertisements realtor directed
keeping!! up, see by to landlord
7 sector the! State Highway system down the 'others a mnnlwf uf the Nthrhng and M.adIIIrJ..lk.ot..
? le with the railroad. I suppose their streamlining is what I Atlantic from Fort Pierce to Stuart pleading that they drop their prices and sell or rent before
s defeats/ me: mj !shape does not lend itself to the new Look V"hlrtunalt'ly, the nomeiKluhire of Famy'Leaved Caliidiums the."big blow" blows OVer ,t'
The News and in
else Martin
everyone County I Florida, like that' of (.elllM'III"' ., is badly. confused a mimlit of varieties
b' 'I nay "another new town, because will recall The hotel situation the beach is
; you should salute Evans Crary, Arthur Dehon, Zack Mosley I being offered ill the! jtrude under .NCtal nurses sod fliers "having teengiven especially at somewhat
I that recently I found a View town in the northwest corner A. P. Krueger, Edward Ward, Lane Jennings H. M. Saunders !- names differ*'nt Seasonal rates are still high from "$1 1'
hat the ratio
, / of Martin County. Where the r'.b.C" crosses the Seaboard H. H. Hoke and the Martin County Commissioners who ntualnin I new is liopclrni by and ignorant or unscrupulous' in gnuwen till! case, so ut S few kinds double to $r>Q per nite, Which is a lot ,of dough anyway
ie ,a signboard proclaim! that here Is Marcy Three houses, were instrumental in pushing this project through to ap- aggravating except you figure it But there are still a lot of people with a lot
-"j{ f\ Z J'ailroadla paved niichway) and a signboard that'i urova*,. .' .. .. ",.'' i.' Fancy! :!IraveJ! CaUlinnn. like.else o 'gUlnilns, fallil lilies, _hybrid of money Who don't mind paying for a week or three and
: '.",, Marry. J. 1'. Van Campen, advertising manager: of the "* AmaryiHx, fuiyaniiins' narvKitiis, ana aauer Llins, are among, inc row, hurry north, perhaps tft J Increa prices. of their own nun
ah ,FEC enlighten m*' that before the Fort Pierre-Port GIVE. SO OTHERS MAY WALK bulls cal tubers now grown on mi acreage Lois in Florida. Commercially chandise and make "stay-at-homes" for their summer

? Mayaca cut-off was completed. G. Roberts of the'!Sea There were ten-thousand victims of infantile paralysis i : They are popular put and tub plants and used commonly fur, bedililig vacation at Miami Beach) during the pay winter time.

shy, board had request from his people for a name to call during 1947 for the fifth consecutive!' year and there in no :Overtle stale 1."I south ge'ts'rally, mid ire growing steadily hi And it's '
this Inter-change point, and after a discussion! r'. P Old- Juri.ealreallon to a sum that 1948 wiirbe any exceptionto their di mtind 1 In track, 4n lie north, steer tbousandi of the found so. rny 'oblierv8Uon that many tourists have
4t their
l" tithes, assistant general freight agent at Miami for the the rule. tubrrs are suld and forced annually as cvktrfiil foliage pl nt.. There is cqrs:!' will back up aswell as go ahead. They!!

J i'' '-E-c-1: ( suggested that the name Marcy be \used, as it waft Each year polio strikes with deadly effect Each year now I trade fur (11 In shipment of started 1 bulls! 'hi small I! poll frun Fkvkla.. are munities backing clone away to Miami from the which higher" prices to smaller roia-

'' located in Martin County Mr. Van Campen presumes that tbw mysterious disease attacks thousands of children and The Cakidimn\ requires. a rxh: peaty. .or mutky soil. or }heavily motor. :can be tapped quickly by

} the/ Mai" in derived from' Martin and the "cy" from young people, killing, maiming with irrespect to persons. manured. location on lugb; land, with abundant water On mil .land ,*
County The presumption! in YOlld. I wrote, t\\ Mr. Old- The rich and poor alike become victims. the feds. could l lie well-drained .but rm>ist. Tlw rout knot nematndeis Stuart is a good example ,if a smaller town close t It

father for an official confirmation. and he writes me : The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis is the worst enemy In *u dy soils. I that the new soil both Palm Beach as well aa Miami fa. 120 minutes, by car,
i financing research In an effort to find a remedy. It bringsaid fnmigand and nprnaikles. will make" it possible to grow the Moss under I can reach the horse or dog tracks and dip modestly !into
; As you know this w tht location where our Fort to the victims supplies doctors the flesh-pot for a day ortwov My overhead goes im
equipment, nurses, ordinary lath house condition with greater, futility and success In the up
Pierce' Cut-Off line crosses! the Seaboard Railroad and I physical therapies and other specialists: It guarantees commercial, plantings on rk'h luml! tin'y are"largi'ly grown,in the open air 11'11I1 hit winners but when 1 return to Stuart it drops to my
We have
interchange facilities with the Seaboard there the best I me bank roll. The sun shines' as bright in Stuart The
While possible carp and treatment for all, regardless of The gladiolus. is too well! known' over Florida to require more lhanI
our cut-off) wan bring constructed and arrangements race or religion. the statement that it Is ore! of our most dependable and useful conrmus fishing is par excellent, folks are friendly'no traffic problems

t the made for moving our interchange facilities with The March of Dimes finances the activities of the Na- plants. for the liuaw gardi and conirmrviul' ,growers of cut flowers. It a sporty, golf course and a beach onl'lIlx miles distant

where Seaboard from Okeechobee, Florida to the point, tional foundation. We can have a part in this great work Is cultivated.. by tlr hundreds of acres for shipping 'ixirth am) local IRk... "Winterize and Economize" Stuart might be an ap-,
we cross each other I was called upon for a by contributing to the fund The annual drive is be has proprite slogan for Chamber Commerce ,
now underway Regretfully it may said thai there been a serums lock bf worthy of broadcasts.'Tap
Several suggestion ax to a name for thin interchange {point Martin County should contribute generously. effort in the breeding of new varieties adapted to Florida conditions, the Gold Coast quickly when you wish to but to save told"
name' cam to my mind, but in of the
1 c fact that it 11 located in Martin County, I view thought a OOo1-.::::: oQo000o. :::=::= *Cio- -o especially milixl to this tlunate, and origmuted J.1/I the state, but this ', '.. stay in Stuart.,
matter:is receiving some.attention at this tune from the state experiment Can'n Flare.
name would tie in with Martin County would .
Letters To The Editor station authorities/ I umUTstaiid. There b slat little elfort to the i :
be grow
most suitable and, therefore used the first three JMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHIUIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIItlllllimHHINIIHHMI. ..(INIUinillHIHIIIII
letter butt fur sale as bulbs. Possibly the costs are excessive in I Florida for
of Martin and the first and last letter of County :: : ====:: OQOOQO' :::=::= OQO
this kind of culture
the best I
to arrive at this narrre. It was finally adopted by both on 'a large as bulbs are grown without Wordsof Wisdom -,
EDITOR STUART NEWS cutting the blooms for sale ,
railroads and that it" about all I can tell about itNow .
you I have your letter of the 20th regarding the water Florida needs, urgently In my opinion, I state. experiment! station JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiMiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiNimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiii

?;, we are getting somewhere In some fir distant hyacinths In the upper waters of the South Fork of the project on llw, growing of commercial bulbs,. etc., .beyond. what is now The United Slate stand in midst of criti-
r tomorrow, the origin of the name Marcy will not be clouded St. Lucie River. We are at present unable to go into this being done In lie In.Id of gladiolus and the uupnctkHt of various crops c.l world period. The situation the involve a highly which

:fu obscurity But getting back to the disturbance which 'Work on anything but a research basis. We hope that the l like gladiolus narcissus, hybrid Amaryllis Easier. lilies, etc, Me needfunKr affect every American alike. It would be danger folly

,t. precipitated this column. I came face to face with the fact nut congress will appropriate federal funds on a !large f competed: cxpcrSR ctatiori In the breeding and nAurc: of choice! to stsunM al... we on Muj aloof that a treat straddle
r7, that .still. another new town has been! born. The railroad scale: for the eradication of water hyacinths and other wa- C.'Omrnt'l'Ciallypes of hybrid Amaryllis, narcissus. calla. lilies, etc. In most the usue. A very distinguished or we u. stated
I time table map shown the town of "Mantola" Frantically ter pests which are clogging our streams. Of course; of,(hew we are growing the same old stock that "no private and American recently
//'l''Y looked through the time table to find out when I could Louisiana and Florida are the main states which have 'The Easter lily has thrived fur decades fn Florida.. In the country ta.0' our national program life, can no public policy, in any MC:>

\ 1/ catch a train i to that place and give first hand report on these pests, and we are pushing it with our congressmenand :! fickle there is the Lilium Catesbuel, a rather delicate thing but wliieh! fact that if it k not fraMad now with escape from the compelling,
j rs{<< the birth of a town, but I was doomed to disappointment, believe we are making 'progress and hope to have may be sees in thousand on. a favorable.. lute summer aftenwoo over u framed with perfect "referent, to the world it
k 'I at< the town is ignored by the time tables. So I tackled better results l for you in a few months. the flatwootl country So tt cultist be said that, Florida is not a futility,

4 my blonde, hardworking friend, Walter Johnson, who ha BEN C. MORGAN, "lily country.." The common Easter lily is too erratic and usually too .. | __. .. /-- George C. Marshallaraoicum .- ,-'

been the passenger-man with the white hat on the Chicago Mrector' Game &: Fresh tail fur current floret .use Certain strains may grow five to sevrn feet the .
streamliner now these ten years He scurried around tad I Water Fish. Comm a llon. tall .and others blonm with many flowers on a sliurt stem Possibly some giant Star of.Bed*hem, will do welt-foe- years if Wlwl
\ over
'summer II has lau'lul,
found aft employee time table which U much different Tallahassee of tie lilies now being oVvelojx-j on the" West Guests Iw Croft, Estate, black, piatils umbeU of who tCl fIowet1 with glossy
from what the railroad permit the public to look at. From oc or Ac trains! might! of Value In for
: ::::: 0c30''ocuo prove Florida breeding or commercial The
==::aOCloc:=:::aOCIO ClorloM, I bn the other hand
it I learned a lot of things 'h entirely at home In FlorkU,
about Marcy and Mantola and, growing Some progress Is being made In the control of mosaic, much
believe it or not two more new towns, Cans and Beutemer COME ON-LET'S LAUGH flak, and( other'diseases, but the situatkm, remains' discouraging so III that.. after -01_ gnwilll In s bed II ta p'adlcally ion'poasibi.

There in only one train a day over this new track, and ::-=OClOC:=::=OClOc::::::==::aoCloc:::::= oraecs We don t know enough ulxnit hybrid Amaryllis, ,hich tlso has 1\1 iT .Jote, It. Either species' "Awluldaina 01 "'"P"b ,{IIexcellent
even theF.E.C. calls it second class, which really means FAIR WARNINGTwo great possibilities' as floruit item beyond its present place, The bulb time of former snore showy rod etfotUve, It will bloom at W1

second! class! It carries mail express and freight, but no trucks met on a country road just wide are currently cultivated like white potatoes,,sultry" for size, regardless Iwyew TIe while C sirpnrb. bloHttJ only In late jammer cow\
enough huniarily
passengers If you have a hankering to traverse the of the the bkioms. CLIori'- wen otrodttced by 1>, NebrliBg
new for one Truck driver No 1, a scrawny frail little qlla.lilr.of A glens at s dozen imported! I Dutch bulb ysausago'
i man They are !
and ,
road and visit the newborn towns of the vaw. & & by "'ndra the 01 tM bates
west, you will leaned put of his cab. type hybrid Amaryllis bulbs in tlonm would slow. the average Florida C ,JIll Up
have to write .George Oliver at st. Augustine and get a "Turn out you" he shouted "1l jra don't I'll do to grower what i Ii wrong with Ills Amaryllis stork In lunge degree. The to the north.U The salami| at this time fw cut ; >ped l by sir
special permit to ride the caboose And as the train runs you what I' did to the last guy who wouldn't turn out form time will come when the Florida.grower will Have to provide flower light 1 (; are IVlhapeTand grow well ta
mostly at night, you will not see much, ." quality as well ss large and vigorous list. The average selection of any kin land loamy, sandy soil, Well drained,and. preferably upUd. 011
Here i is the way the schedule. appearain the employee's found in the Mead they arc 'hject) to rot* '
Two hundred pound, muscular driver No. 2, not caring types strain today would.be a laughing dock In The
time table : Polyanihuf blarcissus
to have trouble, pulled!-Out, But as the other truck rumbled competition with display of Imponecl'greenhooll! Amaryllis at any t lbe Paper WillIe, Gr. d are very familiar of course. h.clu ding
TRAINS 131 132 by he'yfclted t "What'd ya do to that other guy p major flower show, The Dutch( growers! acctrnpluhing something Lily, eta These han been So1eil d'Or, (landM twque. 0tI...,.. Saaed
"Turned out for him,'" said No, #I.< in the way of Amaryllis colors coming true \ta.-. too. perhaps lest grown for yeats In l'lctrlda by the acn:
Weatbound Mile Town. Ea,lbo>nd .- It ha long been my)" humble opinion that the (tot. experiment In 10 lOW" than 15 Dr JQ yean ago;whss there. wait s "booti

Lv. 8:30p .._. 0 -Fort Pierre _......Ar. JilOp Appropriate Sentiment itatfcm would serve he grower of Florida.. most effectively by the "Papet' 11Ites"} .hleh waS J1ronIotf 9:OSp ...- ..-. U -Cans .. _, .__. ..1 50p) A minister wa& conduct the funeral of the town establishment of a department of ornamental horticulture and f floriculture This will. Lxrg Le remembered with uo.a.s by emtais grawerj.. ........

--L2tU.-MarcJ'. ... ....._. 7:25p wastrel whose life had been such that not great deal of which would take the lead, among !other things In (he research narcissus like a rOh fartJt soil iIIcIt II II ...J ire" .lIItl potatcllto They
9 :43p ._ -.. _292! -Mantofa ._._..._ TtfOp: good could be said of hIm Even his widow understood |and discovery of new material and methods alung,the line of culture will do fairly well ID gardens lit any good well ta.nur.d land.
10 :05 p ----. .--. .38.a-Bessemer .,_,--.. 1:00p'10:16p that Nevertheless the! pastor wanted to say something of bulbous plants! I hope that sufficient pressure will h be forthcoming FrwsIai will grow and bloom hi- bide 10 w.IllhaI they DlIS,1

.._-...39.9" -Port/Mayaca! 6-55p on the complimentary side if be could and it occurred to from the 1 horticultural interest, of the state. ta I bring!! thb. important advance become a -r Jilt were nut far the limiting factor of the lOot knot

10:30p h ..-- ___45.1-Sand Cut''''_ ____ 6-40p him to scan the floral wreaths with their cards of sympathy Into reality before too many years. Then Florida will begin to I nelllaloticr to wlsl4 they are particularly atscept jk 11Iey lib alight
10:45p .497-Canal point -. 6.25p: The man had been a volunteer fire fighter and,the 'Catch up. : ,I sandy soil with sane. moIa"-re. ht lot., see have aatiYe species' far

Thin train originates at'Lake Harbor, deep in the tans kook-and-ladder, boys bad sent a beautiful floral piers There ire numerous bulb, tuber. etc. which... pot raised commercially water I I. gardens In' FWrpda.. including the apedacuLar lire.Mpetalas and

country, leaving: there at If jo'clock in the afternoon, pick "This preacher ought thought to- have something If anything does the I hi Florida but which produce satisfactory,results for me or I shades IIIIY11nnarum of tl touIalilna and eocsiunal: sore" dnr ,>,pea. "IIIIY o" tae rainbow
I"s log up all the freight and xprM shipments of I nor'* season. In garden ever the- Stale Among them w. would mention tile noeutly desGibctc1 by tJr Julua >L SmedL.
vegetable, lift was sadly( ,disillusioned. 'Worked neatly into the I II ths D. Cars of I sro effective In watenlde plantings 18
strain Anemone cororwrU F1III'Id.o
etc., arriving in Fort Pierce at 1:10: In the evening in : or Poppy Anemones TIre IHIIW Ccrrmllll
j' of time to catch the midnight northbound express plenty The I fire design."-of KUP red' Philosopher meta wall this, statement "Gone to his last These succeed In S well-dtainedJalldy loam, fertile but not richly I cod Japanese bits ire not I IIIkftU OVer the peninsula. _
I manured. Ranunculus often does well for on*
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GIONNA1RESi I Leo Higbee Hugh Wllloughby, T'. WAITING FOR SNOW FLORIDA [The Neighbor Near' MURPHY ACT SALE ,..... heat. /tk,. .....,latt.. .. af Ui, koaaa r>........ U la a bunt, t .It say IX aaay j I
aa* 1ka skis *kan> tktua kaaaMdwallalk iwiaaal aMavlad and auaUkad. .
i SHINGLE ROOF J T Kennedy Fred T. Hllde NETS |14<* MONDAY CC..!.. SS.I (la S.dil,'. SITil. .... .
; FarMOST mean kr aalai MraMj !t. "'4. la urn, 1
I bra.hd. 1 f, 15 or Laaaaai Barman alM. ......... IkaMawlM ....
Chet Human, .Jean Oalg r .. h"'I''Ha lint aaaMk ant W Ika ,
/ (r taa Carlatla.
jembert" 'o( Harold John Post mere William K; Wheat an a rt I" '' Pursuant to the Murphy Act Sel..nca. iaa aaaawa' ?" "&10'1'" and M..Ithrah kara. ol" ......It,.. i lip j'l I
American Legion will meet Lowery, The> post ; ''M.sr people concede Dial one of 1937 a total of 901 Iota and a bay to tM awytsaa". h, May11.kw Jaaavk ..VtanUad I
Eddy, "bus eh.nh to .IIt thadirt.
an kt' East tth St. headquar- day night was devoted to routine t mind one"s owa bUll.I 40-tcre tract were sold at auction .. Pri.dp". i'. w. as Oft_ .rataadla.she aaatnl whkk Lave
1 pm. to con- business including a reminds 1t I ness,, but few do U. On reason at the court house Monday." witk ,taf bleat. aalr aa a>aWr ... a.. bald ear all CanM Ml ants .. the i i
8aturdat jut .
s V: ,_ for of Spirit. aa"u cinch .... Ufa vklrkla Nan's d.n ia4 Paul arand tb. rips 1
this b general .
ue *rort on 'Improvement on that the 194 membership drlv may a. morning with bass bids totaling Tratli and tka Trill wklck !. U,. kr la ka I
building. Commander Harris still Is on with Roland Mlnneharin vagueness/ on the 'whole big subject $1,388.87 realized. All but threeof ......... oath thn -...,.. of ...... _torwi.na.alnry__ a.k.e_E .. I I 'i
of ones individual responsibility the lot offered in Dixie eaaiini out Rene and h..lne( Oh..05"actsoat. .
announced .. were
Jr Monday charg .
very : ,
,nglln.h* roof and supple- :1 to himself and to other.. Park Addition J. J and 4 Largestbid I

nlart plumbing will be this Twenty-three; million at th Paul said another(Galatians burdens: ).snd"Bear received was for $1.111.50 by GEMS OP THOUGHT Ask for it by name..

.us objective it.000.000 home In America ar y fuini* oas b so Dr. W M. Burling and Carl A SAFETY .' ..
aght: members turned out last built of wood. Help protect ou law of Christ.Yet Dunson of Grand Rapids MichWeek's Tha .d...|.. tat aifalr .l.... ...,..t .'
((8:5For) man
: (1
4 every n.,, pray .* aabla .!It.._ : I b
lurday afternoon to shingle I I wood supply by preventing tons bear bis own burden' How .aa T.ah.s. t
ouualng"* exterior, including Area these 'words b* reconciled f I hoe that.. Mn Urd fa alvari. aa tM ;
Individual consciousness under LegalInstruments ..... nf Ian,rltht, hut /It 'la air ....,....t .r'
...latr ..d pray... tan 1 sad Ikla aa.tl .
FREE ZT lies and governs Individual ex .. akoaU. .k, aa Ika L.rd's .1..., .1. I
peon! perlence Th burden of daily Akrakaai. U-I.l
I X Right/ Down Town life ar* the responsibilities( of Crete:. ma wta..... U ..... trutfc art klanMi / {:
kilt U h nat .., ,.
thai all
riu. W wrri OAJOLmc AMD PARK AU. DAY IP YOU LIKE one'sown thinking Both the area cent ".klK. .. lo .ka aa Ika ai,.... af ........ ,
SINC IR LOU BRANC and the opportunities call on Individual WARRANTY WkaMv l ; .
But ones' ClIo". T Knabla la I.... W. SlaknFlaa A ass .ha path ..id. kla nlltloa' 'ka.UM : .
N 0-1./ ...wwaT .....,. w.. resources. .... I"" .. M Hran. ....... Bury. .. ka k arena .him an**?. la Nka '
PALM aESTAT rH yl 051114 01,.. a eMtta sense' of existence takes in much It.... A. et oI. et 01 Ia t. I. 1.....,. ..n a Ukina ulf ba: .h_ .kaeauaa ... toaaaat ..A UlUmi ftuue.ACCUpCY.
beyond oneself It. range may berld..ld. Ysa'A. It.1.; .... .ft at. a Pnnh.. a. la walk ..aaa tit.......

+ *, embracing neighborsnear H..... ____. ._.. __. ..__-=-emit ..
a llsrn C..L Joks la Indian Hill,. lagHllla ----- -- O' --- ------ --
and far 1.41. IM. I* a, .A.U'T"raaaarl 1! \
When one .begin to see that his M Howard at, ill t* .
"DUNE and DANCE"SEYlVlOUR'S consciousness" 01( others can always Crana.M; .! (
5.1. Ho.ard ,at M t4> Iv'TO; .
provide; an opportunity to Haukar Oaaa, '
bless them,' he begins to see "the QUITCLAIMS 1 'f

AT lea of brlol": fulfilled. John (1:9)I ) ...... o. Bala at a to Martin Co,,nt,: t
speaks of HID Christ aa "the true V7. D,.. .. .1 t.filMl11SATISfACriON { .. I moat portant J t ;
Tuna a A.
-.1 < Ughl. uliich lighteth every man I I

INI t .-N < .. ,., .... .. that conchs into the world* area: Polkwk" to c>k...fh Of.>rt.MORTGAGE* ,,,,?.,, Hank, 1 factorprepar I
.. -" Christ Jesus proved Ibis universality PARTIAL RELEASE: : OF MORTGAGE: II !
: of good His works con riarlda. Slat. rioaaw Canaanr la !P tol/M It ing prescription I .'

TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD ____ ..A : SOl II..d his teaching that -Cod, Und. Ina.TAX year I .j : .

Mi d Drink* -Beer on Draft Nine.year-old Marilyn Emerioh waits on the sand at the municipal : good On., is who the ponders Father of Jesus'all mea.words_ "1"4.p.Indwtrtal, Lauidra ConailMhia LIEN Inn., h. '-1 ao\i may be i j I .* :

ILEA GENE ON THE SOLOVOX beach In St. Petersburg for the snowfall whkh the Evening In- 'and works sees Ibat to think help riarioa. ladntrlal CaaimlulD" to f'a' \ '
<1<'nemlent, afterntinn newspaper, is tttlrniptuig to printiice' by dropping ", fully of other is the only way to |>... Laundry. lnLtS .. sure when \ou come to SlllAKT DRUG I ;

STEAKS and SEAFOO dry Ice into child (iirrnutinnt. Sunshine and clear sliei have think of them. Sine God is the CIt, at .....,, .PENDENS.. Mokacl I I'. Pulford 1' ,
Finer of all, true consciousness that .do lor' will
be followed II
forced your prescrfion
delay of tire stunk Many residents t+f St. Fetmburg have mu.t.lways bear witness to Hisallneu. Anna rlho Seam DEED as 01 5. H.J.o ItoHari. 'I'

OUR SPECIALTY never seen snowSalerno. By this lest a baleful ... I t
__ implicitly from the exact
---r selfish ,
thought, an Indifferent or
Jensen Beach, \ SEYMOUR IDEONo Dc::==ooooooo :===oooraonoH MORTGAGE I I. !
thought Is not really true. It b a sit LauUa Supet lr to flntP '
ersI suggestion in place of a fact, aa ....d.ral..Uoo,a../I... and Loan AKart >. I measuring ofyhe ingredients to dosage i it

II Civic Association (II IIoc I illusion rather than an idea. H..., P. .Lyon f'I' u. t. ....h. II t
Jesus' entire ministry turns the Amhe it. Ito,.. t. Eotl, ...h..8h.4.1. directions on ne bottlt.mm 'I. I';'
- ::7ot7otO oc:===ot O OChi .. 'O EmIl u DPI I
follower indeed,.lo a wholly new Indlaa HILL, Inc,. |o enCbarfca C nt is.. I I :
concept of an utterly fresh P Lorkr at :ClOn.I ,. H..k
man IK +
MRS. GLADYS PERRY vantage and possibilities ... 'I ;
By present .,view of himself It shorn him d .1.. .... .
Hod It..h. 1 liFe.
Due to unavoidable clrcumitanc obtained through cooperative that the composite of Unite, fearful CERTIFIED copy 0" FINAL DECREE I :.
e effort In Just. such an organization .elt- enlered thoughts usually Pearl Y. Carl', Ie Orin Cork'. .
**. the report of the Jan. I
this He mentioned ,
as referred to as a mortal caricatures SPECIAL WARRANTY '
.7 meeting when. Senator Evans his pride In Its rapid development ejistence 11 reveals to him m.n' Frank C. an tA a us to ...,,... Apei.1,. ,' JI(
Crary Installed officers, never and his faith In the peopleof perfect selfhood not of the .flesh ASSIGNMENT pulw et OF MORTGAGE: : nil' eJn; :

reached print. The occasion was Salerno and In I Its Civic Association but spiritual, not temporary' but U O. Portion u W C V,linn .5

far too Important to Salerno peo- Refreshment were eternal The burden of material COUNTY DEED THE REXlL i
ple and 1U Civic Association: to served life-its struggle, effort, uncertainlY 11..1., C.nt. to 1....,. H..m", m\ STORE I ,
/ go by without proper account for The newly formed glee club, ,and fruairatlon..welllini.ODthillllneta : M.rtlo.Martin Countr. to Cut A. Uunen I
County u Ilun n Phone 11
It was. the first installation In under the able direction of Mr. as one begins to :aumr to ''d'nAL: t ber. I j\ Stuart, Fla. J 11

p e mho annals of the organization Eggleston, entertained with a recognise and claim the glory of
Trusting you will pardon the belated pleasing variety of selections everlasting Godlikeness. CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENTIST: I

report let me proceed by a a How different from what ono -LOVE: la .... aukjto, of thr I I......ngtrman /!
-' --
vklckIH k raid Ckir. '
saying a most Impressive cere Due to inclement weather condition formerly supposed. then is the Ckriat. SeMiU.t, :roothot> In the :arM fc Hof

mony took place.; th're was not full attendance consideration of minding ones .. ....d.'. F.hT..ar, ITk. I
On. Tnt 1 lim
I.: "If w. mwanothr
After brief meeting/ called to at the Jan 21 meetIng own business For a very different .
a *. Go dw Mrtr In g. and his |iivli f1
Order by President Charles Con- Consequently the new community business conies to view. Her parfarlad" In uI( Julia tla/: ) HI! NEIGHBORS '
is a spiritual activity, a .beautiful. Au.., th. eftaUona wktrk ':;mt rl".v
and business
plf r" rad. Mrs Crary was presented a building callous tha LO.OO Barman ta tk> foMn.ln front
beautiful corsage by Mrs. Conrad pertaining to it was again postponed procedure Involving not tka Sib 'Joda* mm. O l.ard, It I Ikm I I
scheduled indifference. to others nor overzealous walked) la else Utoirjlr, I knvt I / j jI
She graciously responded. until last night concern (or them but the IruntW al.. la tkf Lord.. Lord I /1
Senator Crary then was Introduced session Howevv. definite StJOSEPH'S
actual bringing forth of one s own I"I I
and he In turn introducedeach plans of town advertisement jodlikeness. "I

.of newly elected I officers were outlined and committees In ':
dth'e of the boardof charge were named. Also the Both selfishness and busjbodlnesi INKS Y
I art rooted In lit* belief that '. .
/ directors. The linator was membership drive was started
IF YOUR HOME, fcARACE/jbR blllER good is limited. One weirs blind- !
H. B. Kraft with President/ Conrad asking
assisted by managerof
BUILDINGS NEED RAIR OR&EMODELING"BILL" ers only if h* tears that another'sdemand
the Martin County Chamberof everyone now a member to' be will overtax him On Presentsijnstrel

E Commerce and an honorary responsible for one new member rushes in to help unasked only If
member of the Civic Association next meeting:
b* fall to see Low God A
The officers e r REDi MIX
newly appointed
can help But the perception tbat
responded with fltUng remarks There will. be a block dance man I. Gods own 'son relieves ., NCRETE'REI

BALDWIN Individually, pledging their fidelity held on ,the Old Dixie Highwayat one from such extremism. It I

to their respective offices, the center of Salerno Saturday makes generosity natural for him. I Mi Revue
and asking the cooperation of at 8:30: p.m. Only 25 cents It gives him the grace of properly ORCINGS

WE ARE EQUIPPED H *DLE THE JOB the members U a whole In making for a whole. ev-ning' fun. Everybody timed reserve EL i

Salerno and the Salerno come: When .elf.eeole dne..v self
Civic Association an outstandingfactor r consciousness, and self-importance -
WE CUARAN1 JR WORK In Martin County. Ladles People of Salerno: The! Civic yield before the fact that CONC TE Join Us tHigh

NO JOB TOO LARGE. .! N | JOB TOO SMALL "who were. officers were also pre.ented Association Is your machine to God. good, i II the Father of all BLO S )
vision As Mary
corsages by Mrs. Conrad. operate Keep it running. If expands.

Later Senator Crary spoke I you operate it carefully, you can Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder School Auditorium II' i""

briefly, to a very receptive audi.once I bring to yourself and your town of Christian Science once STEEL & ALUMINUMWINDOW ,
WRITE SEE on the history) of Salernoto many advantages ,to both old wrote to The) Mother Church fit
Message for 190%. pp 8, t;, January 29n\ and 30th
date He told of the correlative i and young Like your car it can
"Spiritual lov. makes man conscious -
financial manipulation betleen earn you money and bring you and .
that God is his Father

E. A.. "BILL" ALD WIN town. 'of Martin Salerno.County Than and various the of pleasure you is a Each part and of it every If on one: Hives the consciousness man power with of God untold a* Levi fur MASONRY PORTLAND Will a Tickets AduUs $1. Students 50c

betterments obtainable throughthe fall to do his share the machine therance." .
county were Cited such as will. fall in its efficiency. L'ts CEMENTPhone

P. O. BOX 11 SALERNO, FLA. the county agent, aiding farmers all together make Salerno a townof countries Today peopl.suffering everywhere from. the rav in 748 Curtain 8: 15 p. m. 1 1WE'VE
Fort Pie
and rancher. and home which to be proud Come to
of and in countries
demonstration agent, working meetings faithfully. Do your ages struggling war with.. problems of (

with th* women,.: both giving share The association Is here to need to awaken to th* Infinity

practicable and economical work for you. We will let your peace of God. The follower of

7 Ideas,. keeping .tep with progress vacant room or help to sell your Jesus knows. that,his own prayerto j
Are You a Pate ial IT ChronicALCOlfofLIC Fine highways were mentioned property. List I It with this writer become more actively con HEATER I a

as was the alrpart u well scions of God s inflnit goodness Al Y

? Kraft told of (the paradiseif.art.ln Trees are a
County meant to him landowner. can,: obtain. a regular I the proof tint God Is good God -

ti..fta fVhr-a., wAy .., .kMM personally) and told of the ad IncomeTHOSE Is creative His law as the Psalm FOR YOU "
1st converts the soul and rjnlrm *-
:'"a'H fer .......M it t WHIT COLS HOSPITAL says
th heart, not one only

'}.. It.. MM alp UsM I lajkls .. b niW n- but of all .. CAtVI- -- .i'iv,sn
(.Inhwh. ; ... tra.t_ yavr carj el... CoiaM ,lion tlor.

.. ( '
K2.. Yaw M. rflM .. .... I s Vwlr Jims* 1 AUTOMATICpieman
She M.lm aa..M 4 sk p ,bra C h*** mM4| ksI SENSATIONALGREYHOUNDS PROGRAMINlnATEDnorlda'.State
tile sh a> .* MM ds.ia.a. (
Board of Health lis
TA. WHIT ClOSS. N PHIL .p. aSh KbM lfl.

=:=::., y.w dlaeei s..9 t 41st..51st..., free tare ARE RUNNING Is erlnary beginning program a full-fledged under the vet direction I

4. h It e .Uaaltal t ta.fhm swpI.IN d fr.m say of'Dr. 3 E. Scatterday:

.! ......... ae dlaraif |r r tMv iy, NIGHTLY recently appointed aa a veterinary HEATER

'I. V.. dare vMraair" In] riM WHIT C SS HOSPITAL JAIN OR SHIN consultant Dr. Wilson T OIL
.. Sowder. State health officer announced
t fct *ay H.w. 1 ,
this week.
*. fiMi tk* tIMe TMT Jl. Is ftfH4 **Mn t* ..... VM_kar. I t sweat sew .f .1s.4 ass...
No Work For You I-No handling ? '
7. Ism.llisat -..- /J| yaw MiUHlM all aaallitf a *> f\le Sre-tending rtJJ i I
r no
I ple.wan.ap ...... s.bwnp .f5 wSh this \ ,
b ..h.vlu,, PAL / ACH rLt ';lean Heat!. No Dust. Dirt, Ashes. 'i ,
,- V uhin,:Toil I ;
0.1y..4 e pat I .k.h S. h..h .14s. w .
.-.... -.... .aid 1A. J ,.kp. .f shn.l._ a-' '\\VKIndi of Heat In One Heater Radi ,i r re
..1MMg. It __ t .
i' KENNECLUB t Heat and Circulating Warm Air.
f Ta ....... Jd.k alit ItfrlW O.K. ] tl vktl Phone 9498 No. 977 a kg perfectly with any cWinney, /"V

tram, tINttt MM p oaa.e .ff.nl t. o a.IS. VERB B H. LORIDA 'A' i Coleman Automatic
Draft Meter. '
Oily -.II .. j was I (seas haw. { .M.si N 7 y Brawn Duo-Tone I i
...... hE rev n cry. taitiful Enamel
Sold and stalled i I Itltat
TIle WHIT CROSS HaBPITAL I k kawH.Mr I.nI..Jis Race
rm ightly '
lbe. t.dawsl .. v MmM Mhr. D* .P whirk. Asphalt and tubbor Tale ? more heat at lower fuel cost "

.. ...5s. Jt d.5htf.1 *f HM .wlk| h a.f.. forPlastic rs
..... Nil. ....... M A. y... )Is M..I..ey| Re.... aJCl Aluminum
awk ........... .. n CM k* twracta. wish N ..a.w Fl ACE ,8115Q :: \
... .. "-itellaetle Wits is ph... <*. a.. M1P5.niI 111 LOW From $69.50 P rah

loot....... D M .Ic.hdls .p dww. ye.P. Floor San 'a
\. .. ngwa. .... by .M Mha al early..11I1.If pg .. PRICI'P : ,
elan Race Rift Cleaning
; j very BulldcConcitL Forma .w. 111 .v.ptienol.gsI m.st, '

lllvn\.rm sir *t floor level.

0 S Daily Jfouble 2nl and 3rd Races Steel l frmt for p red conM -
tO er.t>. repeat |ly. Save See Our Complete Un. Coleman Noattrt Now I IHAIA'S a

none material land man

f4o minor almitted hour :

.UtO Cetotnl l Ay**.* Mi. I.KD.fr. ...-- FM.Tbh ELECTRIC SERVICE
ClubhouiNk Service
Napa.t II "* .Mla d with rap sahs ....... .airs. .w a M'Cu"e'e Special 5PARB&RISEPRODUCTS


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PAGE' W .-
u" _aw .....,...... U ___ _
within the warwn- awn "' "" l\\ilD:
l REORGANIZATION': DONE I FINE ARTS Ct'UIJ LIBERATOR IS HONORED of Pittsburgh who have taken number of year Waring hti dub Eden entirely boundary Coffee and Cupcakes Fort Pierce: Jan, 28. ,gpw.J
TO MEET BENT; WEEK: continually kept up business eon I
:New an apartment the Fred bun the meeting
Smyrna Beach-The Cut I nectlon with Indian Rover GUano topped Richard H, Cooper eandldi J
Coast Highway Association now",r/ The monthly meeting of th, play home where they will re. Fertlltaer Plant In fort SPEAK Governor returned I to his fcT
,, completely reoixanteed with ere > nit Arts OulW will be Mid at' main during the winter season. Pierce. H* was a Royal Arch OFFICIAl WILL hood hometown to ?
cutlv offices in thip city has ii'1 the Woman's Club at 8 p.m, next These visitor went to Miami for Mason and a WOW Forrester The Rev Arthur H: Unloose, tax revision Irt a talk to um a '
,I two announced Held the appointment\ of: |I' Thuwday, An entertaining program the Orange Bowl game remain-, Dunne bite Dartmouth College i New Tort ecretarr of prom1 Club. A graduate of Fort tile PW LIot..
have started
I their men why ; I in fanned, President| H.. Ing there a number of days the: days he wa noted for hi* ath- general council of High School and now \!,
work in for Rip of the
now a drive lion edito
I PAC: I Stiffens said a* he urged on to Key West and points 01 f, 1 lletic ability and In reward ,pas of "th* a DeLand newspaper
3.ooo from Church :
members pernandlna <
1 Pr"sUWlan
member to malt a np-cial effort Interest In that locality! The;y sewed many sliver cup and the caned for readluNtm.nr
to Key West according; la W ], win be guest psitor 01
to attend. returned Dtirtn United State ply
The tail week.
: CLII meetings are early g trophies from all over the country of the erty tat ITurdens.
executive director. service and
to the their Mrs. at the II ajn.
I open public wth thet winter absence Dunphy based "not
-- the
AT visited Church: at upon
>I visitors: partlsuurly\ invited to Lake Wale where she He I II survlv-d by hill wife, Mn Stuart Presbyterian' Club Sunday to tat but th ability OP\lOl'tUIlIto to\ .'
Mt and Mr*. John L Pattersonwho their daughter the Woman pay
j., A Dr. Harry Semones ULt r FOR FRAEER will be remembered tromhavln' Miss Virginia Rosamond Waring:Dudley Waring, utell/tilillpNltlttl1jit111/11111/uInt1Illln/Itgt/IIIIIIn1/ i i i / / iiiHininmiiiiijij
span Od >pathic Physician stayed In Eldred a number .
tf Fort pierce. Jan 29. 'It looks and two sister. Mrs Darrow = I
Pain Room 14y Hood," said Edwin O Fraser of of weeks last *ea on, Whitney, New York City and CLOCK NEEDCLEANING I i

Witt Vick Hotel Arcade his campaign for the State For her annual winter stay, Mn Clifford Woodruff Rahway, .
5 !
path N ?
Comptroller-ship here early this Mrs Daisy Borden of New Tork JThe j y
,slblj hone 355 w'irk. 'Jls He began the final laof' has arrived at her home In An- Yates Funeral Hojtw, shipped 5 $ i
malt a preliminary, state tour, Aly kona. the body to his former home fir,+P lfcM fM e mrfct at* MMMI4. 'Ia i,
Rea ence Phone friends! are certainly, rallying' at WoodbrWge, N'1'.. where funeral :: rt,... .* H p_ .a... .. i ieen.ee !
he added The young Baker /service and burial took k/' .. ..
tek to I
230JStu Up from Palm Beach lash Wednesday MUM our w.,
I County Miami nursery 'owner 11 due In and Thursday to take a place. The remain his were wife and accompanied l'f e .h.. 1111 2y' U ... *.w. J...... Sk.,. .. :.
Saturday the north by .
opening .
rt Florida look at their Ankona "'\ .. .
property, l'
.nf his South Florida Hetdquart daughter 5 .. \' I l 4 fbwtac t* U KM !!
era now lease to Mr. and Mrs. = .riMt iMra Ikaa, tumiMi I
4- Ernest T Bailey of Baltimore, __
and visit with their old neighbor W At TON.ED!:" 4J J.Iii" COMFLITt JEWtUIV i
HAND PAINTED VE41IStNG were Mr. Harry B Chllds w ii
of Greenwich Conn., and her HOLD MEETINGlast i
IOn, Harry Childs of New Tork Friday night marked the
'" in' Among those visited were Mr. annual business meting Owner of the | STUART EWEL SHOP j
Walton-Eden Property
and Mrs W. H. Leonard, Mr. and
Center In
Mrs John Roenbeck, Mr and Club at Community
Hit I 11 1"tb: annll.erJllry of tile tlfatli,of' Sinew" Bolivar, South American Mrs W. H. McKechnle and theft Walton. Notably the meeting | Oughterson Bid. ,. I yPuartPUj'Is i
lilwratm i a rumored *llh the placing of wreath before his statue. V Ankeny: wa full of optimism and called = !

235 Old f pe, Hi-way .'m N,u >",ik Left( to right are MuJ R W H<'bard, Or Eduardo I gewwet'former support upon all and member" work to together lend their for liiininm II 11111'III 1 1I1II1II1I1t1l1ll1|utuuoetnnunun uoumnnnumu--

cart .rulk? wmrlun delegate to the UN: J Daniel: r Dil Kin, Alberto Rudolph resident the benefit of the club Dr. K. L
H..wH.i I 1)rulln| FiKiiterta' and Munuel.. ] of Walton, with his ion, ADvnaTuteliJg
PH0NE276 Rotrijii{ *: -Uum< un. Dennison wa re-elected president !-
_. _
_. Rue, daughter and aon-ln-law, '
d Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Fettwels, and R M. Etcott, Ylc .prelll" From re I I' _Jj'Joc Marsh
Indian River Drive their children, Dawn and Roland dent;; board\ of directors Bell
as e were in this vicinity last Edason, chairman I ; Charles
-- ---- Wednesday calling t on old MorOnIc, "Bud" Griffith and C.

wrP T "JO" Romanello Association Head riends n a r Among d families them! and were the heLen elected Cain. secretary-treasurer Mrs. Edason again' Entertainment was-
will be
Charles Moehle Rue Oewert committee 4, You{"Hobby'HappyeFussy
I Moehle
and Fettwels are !in business together headed by Mrs. Charles '
MOSLEYLUMBING Given Vote. of Confidence in Fort Lauderdale In the assisted by Mrs. Leicester Leonard
M Mrs R. f;. Escott, Mrs.
_ny _YIVA.uu. _KDAT_ Florida Automatic Fire Alarm System of Griffith! and Mia Helen Rynskl Oln, t bobs ..,, Waist bag Wore they air.Wbe. ,
In a IS to S vote It was decidedto Ed ry .tented m ,ag a working side by side M Ed'a Wk

-/ At a freeholders meeting 1 Inh wedding trip. One of their stopswas :Mr. and Mrs. George Sawyer keep the membership pt theSANTO'S model ., i Iylsg Cbad.' t was skarlag a. hl mt loot

JOBBING \ I CONTRACTING : Woman's Club In Fort Pierre on the Drive where they Lennard of Walton were among I eel rest his eye. Ire's g. ef awphg them aport, Eds his,
PROMPT, EFFICIENT lERVICE Saturday! afternoon Don J Rom. visited Mrs Sarah Baxter Mrs the guests attending the Marchof .ow be tpe.d, eve .pare br* lMUifSi .oretogrthcr, '*

ALL WOkK GUARANTEED wifllo. Mary B. Carlin and Miss Wanda : Dime Minstrel Show at Ocean omeat ship 'sodellsigl From where I sit. tutbinft
president of Indian River
RAINS BLDG I I Carlln who had been maid off 'Breeze Camp in Jensen Beach ANTIQUE SH Som win might have seated bobby eas sites b. A wife' u s Ota
PHONE 311 Brave) Association, won a vote o : honor at the wedding, 1 last weekJOSEPH bushed suddenly ihottiig him- In fact, rve got the mica mlr.Ud .

::onrtd nee by a S-J margin. With Majestic Ap wit In the attic every filiiit. But la tying trout flier tni,
50, property owners Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McMaster E: WAKING i-
present and rot Ed's Prudenoa.Wben i found alonff With that Mellow glue 4
r< 1 4 proxy votes the total ballotan of Fort Pierce* over are arrival receiving of a congratulation son- DIES FORMER UNEXPECTEDLY DRIVE RESIDENT, 4 Oil Paintin tored by him working she hrol ht him knee, It nukes Ui. evening go W

f.'a to 64 Artistes China and up sumS beer and tntin, mighty pleaeamly.
1 born in Fort Pierce! Hospital. recently Joseph Ernest Waring, 68 en
The vote of eonftdencs action Mrs McMaster is. thee I former! resident of the Drive for I BricaMended.. Showed s real (nirrrti In lit Hobby
prang out of charges that th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward over, 13 years, died suddenly ..,until nn Hy Ed bad be -.spirit ((AIJ
rlAlluII> l list of names. appointed Traub and prior to her from' a heart attack at his homeon with the rigging r'
by Romanello and to have been marriage resided with her parents > Kings Highway early last M NELLIE PEZZONI
I s ubmltted to Governor Caldwellor In Ankona Thursday morning Owner i
L assignment to board of the Though In 111 health for a II NASA4" leav;VoiIt4'fit Breenn Faaoiaswi'
ecently-created toned area, had Vacationing In Ankona at the -
been changed and names of John Cpnway home Is Mr. Walter r
persona against zoning had\ been Meissner of Allendale, N. J, rI
instituted. a cousin of Elmer F, Linderman
With original names the freolders who with Mrs. Llnderman and I
GIT vote of- confidence will son, Warren, are also with the
GOOD/YE be, placed ,before County Com Conways. They sold their home ,
ilsBlonrrs for approval and appointment in Eldred recently and will remain
to the board Namedre here until spring Taking : 'PtAM
a R. V. Ankeny, T. M. Baal, the Conway cottage for the season i'

a amen Mrs.S Dale Askln.!E.Max Jackson.Bhalnfeldnd Raymond are Mr.and and daughter Mrs Charles, Betty H. p1 :' ", i, t'Yi4h, L

TERMS AS LOWSI25AW from Woodstock, N. H. ,
William S. FUnn Drive resident cat C
: 1 u
< of Ankona and associate of Mrs Julia Oarrard and daugh ice
bf sJ
''Ii rilUajn 8. Sullivan realtor, has ter:, Charlotte and Betty, from ro n
'j been appointed appraiser for Midlothian, 111, are guests at st p
I Bterans hams and business Whites in Jensen Beach tnflaNohRf1
cans> In St, Lucie County. E. C. This section took on a new 1 t
una of Miami, who !Is the south Importance to Charlotte and J
IJ"I strict( loan officer! of the Vet- Betty when they went sallfishlng
c ran'is Administration, made the and landed five sail and some =
ppolntment,) Flinn was an of- other edible fish Miss Charlotte
WIL M TOR CO.v cer, In the Demolition Squad celebrated her birthday with a
urlng the war and consider party at White Manor last week
wN. ell qualified to flit this post A festive table
centered with
I Fede Highwa Stuart Fla. a
birthday! cake: whore Charlottedid 7
After their marriage Jan '17i the honors, followed an evening -
...w1. ., }'i Woocllyne. N J Mr and Mrs. of cards Invited (for the
i .. .tank--- -- Trlelo./. made Florida their occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Ferber and their niece Miss
FOR I Gladys Ferber, Mr and Mrs. J.
I A. WWW, Miss Ethyl, Mrs. Oar-
QUIc| AND DEPENDABLE/ERVICE rand and BettyAccording i

Phone 26, to his friends it Is
a high-rating in fishing that has El

it itt VOLLR4TH THE PLUMBER the puffed sea Eddls nymphs Peckella fastened -them.even GENERAL E RIC "

onto his hook when he went
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO H/NDLE ANY SIZE JOB surf casting last Saturday, But .
NO JOB TOO LAJtGE that was because he has
/ the finest -
\ ESTIMATES/UBMiTTED SMALL fishing paraphernalia, so tls
rumored and with n he can pull PUT LOWER i
I t sailfleh out of mud rats. For PRICES e
SERVICE all fishing IlPOrt.t-aee our friend .
Eddie. Its a wonderful fishingart
311 AKRON AVE. he has mastered I \ '
I FLA. ,

After a three week vacation In
Eden In the Charles Conant AHEIDOF EI.IHINI.
a home Mr. and Mrs. L B. Conant
a for their in
rlea'; e&cne
TER These In
the produce business there and
also Interested in Eden properties General Electric: lowered price because we wanted to applies to the men who
Also leaving for their homeIn do our part to top the preeent ipiral of inflation pa Hard ed Corrosive Chicago lost week were Mr. General Electric lowered price* on electrical appli a life Lieurunoa a r tie. ba.k
and Mr. H. D Conant who spent peas hi greatest demand-because that i Is where to iii new policy; and to uornp.nie s kirk have
s two week' M guest of the plant. and it new m.ci.itwr tq ijp pot
end price on General Electric! product will do
For E t' Advice Consult Charles Conanta I meet and provide !Hoare jobs.
mot food and have the greatest" effect.! b

Mr. and Mrs.-J. Kroesslg of r General! Electric lowered prices c regardles of the f j .rid eeortor.y a ablator(a a thing It rteal, np o. a countrywnmnw

KEITH Jersey Clt? are house guest of ; that C-E profit an not high-are not at present of prl std wage.sae gr.da.By It aco.lseatieg twoetep
RI their son-in-law and' daughter, I high enough. of th. her-and trying to get one step ahead.
2CE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs Joseph Worthington We did this became we know that in the long danger ht he. then I.ly toy Mhirw ,
In Ankona. beers rescued,
General Electric can prosper only aa the people of hi.] Indnt
Is like
a An,
EAST COAST ATE \ CONDITIONING CO. Attending the card party at country.prosper. Wa believe that producing mart kai* eaq new be 1arW it gev w.g 0 It'
': the Woman's Club In Fort Pierce for man people at la$cat Is the soundest way of ni Aunga Overytluing b

tJ 530 SOUTH 4th ST. last Thursday evnlngwere Mr. bunne And we feel that Inflation In this count* hasreached E b
PHONE 884 or 532-W and Mr*. Don J Romanello. El- : a dangerous level-tot the wage earner, |r the fMttflw /
dred and Mrs. Grace McPherson man with savings, and for industry alike tM (teat tdtes
; and Mr. and Mrs M. A Texaco boa a* an ciividr.l
esr do noat by bnyii( k+. ud
to JM know what MMta eat *tt jattA avtnf U't !""? fcWdm op th* price forto -*

I ; West aim each *roomy 'buys lea and leas, )jwur'aaving lota their lowering cane foods'! e.a do inch by
t Directory "*">.
1Y i buying power. lit insurance policies dwindle il value VolurUrDy. whrev rV"1

I ; When In W st Palm Beach T Ie "Firms Appreciate Money caved to tab your wife to the hospital wln't pay General '
I \ : Your Patronage the bill when the time comea. Ply check bnyfe** and OJng1 Dec Put ? prices ahead of other; ,

BADCOCK.'S 'ka*. BeUmneot noaey won't pay>r far :.... sa. ibflatlon, uss believe l< L a step towardd licking' F i i

; j ;:t; 512 Clem.Us 51. saa moss vo stn r HAWTHORNS ROOFING CO. BOB'S .

I SAFE LOCK WORKS 1w. Must Desis'
FunaituN and aoo.ad-arett IretAt, Inflation or'I1 IViliDestroy; u"GDE'mcnl

Hou. Furnishings; os Tldr.re .e oPTmrsvarsra" SLAT1Np-vartuTDta ass PIne. ea ,Pams aseoLaratis.

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RICHARD FAT WARNER else attended I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiii l /I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l l l lllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIItllinillllllrll'iiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii/ I miiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitfiiHiiMiiiiiiiiiiinDOLLEY l l I l I l l l l l l l l decentralized and,vested directly: I'
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was in the counties and communities
Executive Secretary from the University of Florida WORDS FAIL, ALMOST, "I'v* got as many. 80 poundsof I Harry Browarsky of Ft Wayne IS CANDIDATE where the school are serving the

(Continued from page One) College: ot Law in '37, but shortly N. Y. ADVERTISING MAN of the fish In a day" hi said, and Ind., was so keen to get his sail- .Jacksonville Jan. 29-Robert people. Y
Johnson Whitlcar
thereafter ,came the war, and Capt. In a couple of months he predicted I flab button, a. the result of aSap ,
D. thefather"cf diversified
Blue Water I II fishing three New Dolley!
"To further the conversation Judge Dyer served three the would : --
year trout be coming caught aboard J:. Tyner's ,
Yorkers Ted Bate who ha
ot port fishing in Martin COun. In the Army, tint In the .Judge an co-operative training for th
advertising: agency by that through in droves. Until then, :Pee Dee May, that In the midst
tr;'to advertl.he varied types Advocate' office: at Camp Murphy schools ot Florida has/ announced !
name Cedrte Seaman., vice with his white sailor hat 'of the he
; ,, perched beating rain rushedante
ot fishing we have, and to brine and later In the office of he is. a candidate for the office -
fFe's new peoplehel't"thue are and director of hitelllRence, headquarters I president ift charge of sales of: I on his head. Harry Is Just goIng : the front porch of the of State Superintendent of
the Continental Co.'and
should be the three major objectives -i Third Service Command Baking to walk around that 12-foot Chamber of Commerce building Itb'i
i Robert Healey, vice president In I i Public Instruction H. said in
of the Stuart Sailfish at Baltimore He was, all diameter, 19ft '
time going and soaking wet only to be told that
i charge of advertising of the Colgate his
making announcement that
of 1VewL Club, according to Judge Harry everyone In Stuart knows, reelected coming so to speak the club Is out ot '
PalmOlive Peet Co. We temporarily mttsAISTaA
Dyer, himself one of the founder -: Municipal Judge last December "the time Is at hand when the
fee of the club and last year' without opposition.HI ehancJd M meet them as they WOMEN ANGLERS BEST bronze buttons. New supply expected I _
from the Blue
president. In fact, .Judge: Dyer: hobbles-huatla' and flsh- stepped ashore "any day" as we merchants -
Water at the Sunrise dock recently -
The other While
labs been member of the I morning, .
iv worn Board In'
your He five freely of hU personal fayThe STUART
and to award them their
Capt. for his
Toley was waiting
"eecondtba of Director since the club's Inception longest not In
ti story
ed a a time to take and show via- Stuart Sailfish Club release buttons party aboard his charter boat, CiTY OMMISSiONRegu
length, but In ot travel
11 make 'emke Iting outdoor writer the kindof point
Mis Florida, asked him what S
.u1 nu office the other morning -, we went out last week,when
hunting Martin a para-
d-new 1 Bring County has Meetings
br "You sin for yourself' I he considered to be the major r Tax ANO rfa
.l dar: Dyer wa moat reticent to offer He ha a real, a say graph was mailed to the EditorOf
d treadbaresWe per- 1 IN V aaTJO IONS 4acs.
ur c to talk about himself, but sonal feeling about the St. Lucie what we think about sallflshlng qualification to get a sailfish the Oxford Mall Oxford, Eng s:40 p.M. ,
I renew 'em in did, it our urging: give a little river, not a* Just something to at Stuart and uw any" superlatives "Juit the ability to haul mm) about Justin Power Of Hobe 2n and 4th TlTLg IN *ANC& 1
factual Information. HUB father be crossed over. on a bridge, a you want to, Bate de- In," the captain .replied. Sound releasing a sail while

ble Prices came from Newfoundland, his black winding line on soma road ,clared. Recognizing the Incontreverlibl aboard Capt Eddie Engbrets'n's WEDNESDAYSSt FLORIDAABSTRACT
ease mother from Chicago but a* a map, but all a very Intimate partof logic of that reply,we nevertheless Peter Pan. ,W.. are willing to arttCity Hall CO. '
t RecapS girt of only eight yean, and her lite Th St. Lucie can and TACKLE DEALER PRAISES pursued our questioning make a bet. not too large, that
tua family, the Frazlers, were one ot ha given great pleasure and I STUART 8AILFISHING and asked which Is the totter the Oxford Mall'will Use the JIMrxuNEDY, y

ice the three families first to settle true contentment to many people The Hi-Hook, Capt. H. M. angler a )man or a woman. story and no one need remark Public Al ys Welcom. STUAMI/lToRIDA
In Stuart. .Judge Dyer-a bachelor ot all kind from all part of Sander, was another charter "A woman,*' came the prompt "what of It."
n'e Inc. Station '-.tlll live' In the family this country and Dyer Is one boat which had a banner day and gallant answer,"She is more Earl: Hall, on* of the\ directors

FEe. 1 AY V A 1Iss homestead on the South Forkof of those to whom it give: a sense last week, with seven white and alert she handles the fish well of the Stuart Sallflsh Club, went
sera, yl.. the St. Lucie River of personal .satisfaction, quite rid lags flying when she pulled and sticks to it," fishing himself Sunday, in Rim ;
Graduating into her berth at the Lighthouse -"- canal and tried fur bass. but I
from Stuart High,: aside from ,any "business' aspects -- got
dock Included in the party were HORSE EXHIBITOR GETS bream on a plug Instead, also a YES? WE IT!
.J. Leon Compton; of Egg Harbor, FIRST STUART SAILFISHThe fifteen-pound turtle, HATE ; 1
And one final! word Judge N. J; W, W, SodermanVf Lansing Stuart Sailfish Club welcomes Bill Rennie, the man who entered -
B lava Watche Dyer, 'with his woods buggy, la Mich., and .John Matto of a new private boat mem- the 1-pound bass referredto
quite a turkey hunter, but be Brooklyn,, N. Y. told RUBBER
ber, J, A. Hale of Greenwich \\III at Jensen Beach the 1 /FILE !
didn't .
admit to either
that us
Matto, a former prize fighter, Cond., who arrived here recently other day, that the. largest bass i
[ International Sterling GETS 1-FOOT-SAIL told us he had no trouble at with Mrs Hale aboard their 14- he ever caught weighed 13 !
all handling his sail foot Hlgglns cruiser, now flying pounds. He got the fish In Lake I t
| Keep ake and Woods Art Car ed ABOARD MISS FLORIDA e
Soderman Is a tackl dealer in the Stuart club pennant ,land Fla While talking\ with i for your floors 1"
Dia onds and Wedding/ s Ten tall In two days Including the mid-west and this is his firs Cecil Marvin, who mates for Rennie near his trailer, he told '
one that measured 1teet.- trip to Florida. He is getting to Capt. Ford Carter of the Buckaroo us something about curve and I t and fSHfcET 1

that was the fishing score compiled *. try out some experiment with had an off day recently' and "bump"casting. ,
& E. WALKERlEOLA by four angler from ArlIngton fresh water lures for tarpon.. took the Hales out la the Quit During the post week the Palm I

Va. aboard the Miss One gadget that he Intends to !Stream. They caught five sailfish Beach sallflshlng boats have RUBBERto

Jeweler Florida, iklpptred by Capt''Toleyhimself test Is a now "globe" weedless and released all but one. bean coming up all the way to I
AV STUART last week They were lure. which was tydly Injured. fish off the St Lucle Inlet Palm
beautify Kitchen Cabifels and Dr inboard .
yoi *
M, Klssfell, John Slebert, Clar-
Stuart Is the finest fishing "I like Stuart and every time Beach Post please copy I ;
Over 20 colors 1
fmpm which and all
., ence M. Yeatman and M. A. guararsteed .1
-- center I have ever seen: he said I an) coming down this way we Names of boats sometimes
Cardwell, who boated the eight- "and I have found everyone exceedingly are going to stop here and, If fascinate us-their origin We of coura .\Let our exp it mechanics install a :;

cOUTANTJ tooter. and received the Stuart helpful and friendly." possible, fish" Hale said asked one of our new private lifetime floor of ubber tile i if your home. :
club1 gold button. The other Mr. and Mrs Hale are horse boat members, Edward Miller.

all received1 release buttons It JENSEN SPAN TENDER ''exhibitors. They have steeplechasers why he called his 23-foot. cruiser
Is always easy to interview fishermen WALKS I MILES DAILY at Camdn, S. C. and the "Three Millers. Visit us in cAr new she*room at 900 South 1

:OMMERfclAL' PHOTOGRAPHY who have had this kind We called on Harry Blottier hunters at Greenwich Their "Why," he replied in that ton' Dixie opposite the par in Fort Pierce. rfF
of luck about Stuart. The inevitable the other afternoon, right smack chestnut hunter, "Golden Hill" of voice suggesting our question

Real Estate Photogr/phy reply Is "perfect, could- In the middle Of Jensen Bridge, ha been acclaimed the "horse quite unnecessary, "because of
n't be better. Yeatman runs a and when we knocked on his of the year" by the American the three of us my wife, my son fF

active Photo 4f Your Fishing lf rty and Catch. tackle store In Arlington and the door and entered, Dolly. Patsy Horse Show Association. and myself, get It?"
entire went down to .... I
group on ;
and Skipper, his three white and Miller, by the way, won for GRIFFINCKER
Key West but plan to stop off came JUST WHAT IT SAYS himself a bronze sailfish button. : Inc.
frfndly dogs
PORTRAITS A I AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY on their way home exceedingly bounding out. INCIDENTAL 'INTELLICEVCEr He is In the wholesale seed business ,

rger Bldf. Box 263 ] Phone 324 The coat day. Capt. Toley took Harry Is the man who runs the Incidental Intelligence: Dr H. In Long Island, N. Y.. but I FLOOR COVERINGS ,
out R. Ruemelln of Milwaukee,
Jensen draw and he told u* that C. Falk -- tie's the small game hopes to live her the year 'round }
and his two sister- and,got calls fisherman a member of the sometime, and has built himself! r'r j. I
at trained.
I IIIIIIIIlIN11t11HNlllll l IIIII IIII IIINIII llllllsll/IIIIINIIIIIII, 11111111" for all hands-aboard.HONEYMOONEHS They night hear the dogs the are motors of C American Society of Magicians I a house on the st. Lucle Just I 1 FORT PIERCE-, FLA.THE \ I

boat and start to bark before Grover King take notice.' North of the Roosevelt bridge. L-' .
"B E QK 'S" 1 PIIOTOGRAPIltD: the In boat the whistles six and,"one-half he said.years ,
Capt.Ford Carter of the Buckaroo -
he has tended the draw 15.M6
3 Miles Nortltof Stau| on'U, 5. 1 handled two honeymoon boats have passed through. He
couples perfectly Sunday by (getting
showed wf his record books and
.DiLJCIOtFROZEM a sails for all of them. They
we were surprised by the! met
wore Mr, and Mrs. A. ROateyof
Iculous neatness of the entries,
Lakewood, 0.. and Mr. and
the number of boats markedthereon
\LSC Mrs Frank Orabel of Cleveland.
Were they photographed with for each month and av. r iirFaNOa

Hot Dogs, H burgers, Coffee their iallr Very definitely. in rags UHf!compiled.an average For of 225 example boats, d eertaAYtal N1rTlry AMOaOA" (laNrANM I.en NYAaF

ch For Our Stead JuIHIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlll th Jensen Cut-Off Read = SHELL PAYETTE'S COLLECTION FISHMtOL1 AT a the month monthly passed average through was; In 1947 284,

I IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUHlliFLO / We were glad to e4!! M P. Paytte his record year.
However, at the end of 1941
and around again at his
there was a falling off from the
"FtohnhoL" along with the various
ERS end of.I 1948-443 boats for a year display
tame pelicans and a bucketof Now on
In the month of December
Flowers catfish that some worthy ago
Dish Gardens ang,
i: as against 332 this past December ,
had brought ashore. Among
orsages Pottery The high mark was last
Potted Plant. Crystal BowieWedding the many who are fishing the April, with Ml;' and the low
rlvf at the "Flshnhor are Mr. 1948CHEVROLET
Bouquet Funeral Designs and Mr*. William Lawson of mark last year' was,, August with usrlrAreN w ans

We Tele p Flower Crown Point. Ind.; Arthur H., 98. month 1
"During a busy I walk
Back of Pittsburgh, a retired contractor -
around and around five miles a
WILSON P. GARDENS and Ray Peterson olRoscomon "
day, Harry told us "The circle
,Mich., the lastnameda (
Flo S thaI walk around (0 the
r p shell collector Stuart, Peterson open
Florist*t Mr. a Mr A. A. Gregg lays, 1 Ia the best spot to draw is 12 feet In diameter andI .
ie 2021 lobe Sound Florida go around 19ft times to open
get Panama shells and we have
S and then I have to come back
no Idea. what a Panama shell Is.

:: : -- 19ii"I\ times'haven't been ashore this Finer! r

iiFi rear," be continued:meaning he Newer! Smarter warr+Aans Yorw a.AnHere's

had not left the house on the
bridge, In which he lives.' He Chevrolet for k I
said the first two he did Come 'n a tee itl t
yean the one tll acel 1 ,new color' harmonies, 3'
not have a coal stove. 0 f design y yre
Blotner halls from Dayton, O. 1948 brings you new emartnea of BIG-CAR '
He enlisted In the regular Navy even greater measu e ,
and served until 1921. first Crew interior luxuryE: And with all its great value,

aboard old Its ...._ I '
the coal-burning bat. QUALITY tbe eNly can"
field. .
in its '
.lesrilps Rhode Island and New line -""
4 lowest-pnce Fiche
rl Jersey and, during: the first war, Chevrolct' the such Ug- If features u' Body by .

on a, transport mall He was. a aunner' Price class combining. Unitized ,,__-action Ride and Positi a.N AS remiss

:ln-Head "IPne. Cjlevrn i
Valve ,drive '
Yes he fishes from the bridge No wander mar ptopl .

.. sus.The ,Action 1tydraulc, Brakes. evrolcts-than any other m e. ,

_and jrJorI ploP:' want rcgistratione and even IJC-- I

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thought of It In that way, Florida Wildlife magazine Is an In the March of Dimes. It Is M WARNING ON
FREEDOM BONDS ARE INSPIRATION and never I am going to help do my editorial on Juvenile delinquencyby worthy cause and should have i Dr. Wilson T. owder., State WE BUY.j5wrecked

ji I See Where. i II than." Result a new an< Bill snyder an associate editor the support of every one in Stu- health officer Issued a warning /cars.
:;1 active member of the Stuart of the magazine He writes art. here this week against the use al
W. H. (Bill* Mitchell I d hrSI
by today T copper
1 r Sailfish/ Club. How many of us o-o of dangerous drugs, such as
,tt f.l Most night of the wee wait until THEY do something presents a problem that wrinkle Remember business U done barbiturate, penlclllan. and *ul-
any SA
about It? the brow of our courts from without prescription
: of prospects and fa drugs,
you will find a forum In session. oWi coast to "mr&. It Is a ticklish\ In the presence licensed physician
;: at th city police station. Every are still In the montb :of problem that might well be 'when the public Is l problem from world peace to' January. How many of those solved by America's army of your place of business It will He said that there was Sou ix a High
'"' bream /fishing 14 settled in these New Year's Resolutions have; hunters and flsHermen-the trlle.port.smen. pay you,to advertise. widespread violation of the law Fort
IIy meetings; you' broken? No boy or girl who 0-0 sale of these drugs fierce
%;,( 'ro-o, o-o loves the outdoor. will ever be Can you remember when you ,and ov ratreased that overdose of Phon 129get
r Contractor Callahan I Is moving A very'noticeable and admirable found In a juvenile court. The could buy a brand new automobile had caused death In
the dwelling house on the south clean air thy breathe on these
> III trait of the Martin County regu- for (293? number of Instances.
'? : east corner of Third strict and High School Is the enthusiasm lar hunting and fishing Jaunts o-o a--
i, ;, I the Federal Highway back to the and school spirit In the fact of leave them with clean minds and Tennis In 'these parts has a
. right-of-way line. This will help losing teams. The girls' team hearU. Take your son or daughter new lease on life with the pro*
to eliminate a very dangerous "coached by Marcia Morse, PhYs- fishing or hunting with you peels of two nrw courts. Ever
Intersection. Motorists and pedestrians ical Ed teacher, lost a hear- today Perhaps It will save you day we hear retired tennis players
I traveling west on Third breaker to Melbourne high Hunting thorn tomorrow." Mr. say they are going to
5 Street will now have a clearer Snyder Is approaching the and agali
school girls last week. The girlsseem prob- out the racquet play
view of traffic traveling north well-coached In the fundamentals lem from a sensible angb. in when we get the pew courts.
on the federal highway. and rules of the game our youth we were taught to re* o-o
o-o but seem confused at some of spect old age Today, age with The political pot la beglnnln'
; WHO IS "rnIjY': During the the decisions of the officials who ItA experience should be taught to boll, with the announcement
present membership campaignof are trying to do a good Job of to respect youth and Its prob- or._ candidates each week
th; Stuart Baliflsh club one officiating. Don't you thing It lems. Remember, the kids of
of the committee workers. approached might be better to have women today are! the citizens of tomorrow More than,two-thirds of nor P 0 ::302
+ C p a Stuart businessman officials for the girls' games? Ida's land area Is covered by for
for his membership In the club. There are In our midst some cap- 0-0 cots or Is suitable lot commerce
1 The businessman being an ar- official who know Don't to do share
able women forget your woodlands.
dent fisherman was Indignant PROMPT RADIO RFJIlflV SERVICE
the rules governing girls' play. -------- --
about the muddy condition of Mea Wilson of Jensen Beach and Tic.s d.1.r. r son a .H rot. till Hou'. M
the St Luck river HIs reply I Mrs. Walter Davty a former girls I 1.14 ...1.1 .... W ,y..n w p. lse ...k.w, as
# hrcr >Q1Srctct.u. !I.was'As soon as they clear up i coach of the high school, are RESIDENTIAL LOTS .full .wie..e.d C an, .tick .s u w .+.k. TOUR
i the muddy condition of the water .t sIf
1 s( lo the river. I will consider capable In this connection WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES

!Incoming a member of the Stu- O-0 a Electrical W. I vu It.,
Sallflsh club:' He was asked Work Is underway for the erect $125 to of

'WHO ARE THEY?" and at the tion of gas pumps on the property You Can Build to SuitjMrself. No City Taxes.
time was told. "They are at the northwest corner of HUTTRADIO
I Street and SidewalJaeflnA Electricity Available.
..I I I h. .in I, I W %rl\\de, Hid XIn Snyder view you and me. They have 'been First street and Federal High-

\ ,,,,. ,, ,1111"l l ,I"., '_ II" I "i'1'' '"' I I'' sIll Iii Washington.niirv'iunf I bringing. fishermen to Stuart several way owned by Tom Collins.When
) Ml ht I" ,d It ."". 01" .II- ,, \( ,J I, II"< .'' ,ole Government years You as a businessmanhave completed this will be a modern and APPLIANCE Ct

: !1"\1, 1'1' ,,, d 1 nt Ii" I I"+t.." .e .".I ,ll.! I ntiifi State: from Its in. I been getting your share of rucks.service station for large' trailer ITTO UBIN I ,
, the fisherman's business. You 202 Osceola Ave. Phone X
1 l< .e t. tn.ti I II" tiro to III c |p.pI'|' h.i" \+ ,d\\! ay responded to I the busl- o-o
lull ,Its. 1,1\,, II", .01". ," !.""d I. lee( cc I.tie Smcte,, is directing a neat or .nc Tmmmilatelv miir iimi( d."IhaYel In this month' ,issue of the I' ',.
:\ 'd-up tnnpntn\ ,I., ell tent l S sjunj' binds as an and- "

cute.1\1 .Jud iii help" \ iisuit uuituiiml peT and pros

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Dora Gets I TO BUM

Application been made to

Vets i the Department of the Army by BUSINESS
Howard" W. Partlow of Stuart for I'

Plan a permit to construct a boathouse

I the shore of -
on southerly -
1 the St. Lucie River his
on property -
Dora. Jan. 22.-.The Mt

Chamber of commerce, about 0.3 mitts downstreamfrom .1 MORa I Fred A. Stafford CAMHiLLL'SOrange
committee working 1 In the Roosevelt Bridge The I \oI.AMOIUIU, Stuart Taxi GENERAL j r,

fiUon with the city of' proposed boat house would be 33 I "' I j R ,;.te"@d .1 I : JuiceWholesale
+ ha establish-d probably' feet wide and would project Into NW SERVICE / IsLECTRIC .1I

working plan tar vet the river about 25 feet from an I rolturnt su L I
..... I rash Daily
housings In the State ol existing bulkhead at approximately -
These homes. coating I a right angle thereto. : Yitchen, Laend And.ne .
tetsn on an average.of $5,- The1 boathouse would extend I : HAIIt I CO.rt.... I Cabin tail I accountssolicited
\ the lot have mutt shoreward along an angle In the ,"" Radios Land Surveyor

y ; proved thai veterans .ta n paid Bulkhead approximately 17 Little MARTIN COUNTY 8tuart'orldaELECTRIC Fed. Highway No. t
cost ho Mogfaighted \ th&t feet. It la also proposed to construct IN STUART USE
wantkIta \ busUww f two piers, etch 10 fee tIdmt. 'Beauty Shop I PHONE 149 1'11011. =IM- A TAXI ITS and Jensen. Roadn

/ give the proper tttck- (. channelward ot.the ehanrwilward I II* ft. AKRON AVE PMONK >M J ._ Phone 75 I I CHEAPER t I
: face of'the boat house. -'

"j'n' Inquiries, have coin !'f(111\\, 'The northerly pier would ttt 8 .
.i f the nationiwkin Chet t, feet wide and southerly one 3 -- "1 r
the fontractor, fur fa I lent wide 1 COMPLETEEl.ctric .1 HOME BUILDING L us
information >abuul> the! I and Rein a. Se.
Thus far three houses 1NUC.IRATION PLANNED lion SERVICi Give Your Car\r Trac

& \\r been completed' and Gainesville Jan 28.-University I No JobXoo Ijne- Or Uncle Billy sez. & A Complete Ch\. Up|
ed! /and fl\e* more are in 1 .
>f stages oi constrtictlcra.. of Florida President J. HllllsKlUler I II ,Lxpthlr Ntrn ATTENI 'iii
will be Inaugurated as t Ij HOBS )UND (e.ctwl..vk.: :: kr .t-.t'rtiur.. ORTHA'Meral AND MECHANICS
monthly payments run t sr.dk.a, .... : rSrta of Aft KM.orcit .
fourth president of the university -
teran approximately MO a j ELEGrTRlC CO.Subscribe Contracting so HOURS DAII
In .
I j two-day educational ceremonies d Repairs i
here March 4-5, officials
the most gratifying I I .y PhSound Whaft | P. (XBos 832 Standard Oil (//a
ftf announced' this week. Jarrin U me, as I look
l building to th veteran\ I 271
way back, U how many folks ar'nog One BlockNsVest Palm aorta SUVM.K nA a
'' the elimination of
( Ionrtil' ailed II Nits Pho 1 City Bridge > The
; STEALING In one way or n
red tape All the a Vet- I 1 RALPH P. CHANM-tr OwI
: oi title insurance,I clans Home Service All the Stuart 347 t'other the'r conscience Is slack Right I Duo sk w.r
t'ehilicaltt'ics and they do some UNDER-HAND
and other prospective home builder need to
.' hara.sM'd veterans fur do I.,0 prove his ability to pay DEAUN'I Some ,. In for pilfer.in' -
,> mo cit handled' by and I ho house' U his. money and things, whileethers I I
sill plan a dark plot still
--- TRUEMAN ; SUTTONj'SService j
others STEAL MATES, which I II Jensen dwGj
Fertliier misery brings to children and II I

r Properties TU/EDO a males they'.. NOW GOT! Ii I St.t'I I j RETRY
0 Th' man who steals WIVES .Is i l V *
the Indian, and St Lucle rivers and Hwt Sound. (EDS, I to 1 NO\ LESS A THIEF, than a thlrf : Formerly W ter's T 'M -- TIIP

Ocean front.**!! / AND who takes money, NOT HIS'N Crown Ga nd AutoRepairs
EN HAL LINE OFEcTICIbt I StuartNewt y and In either case trial (and II I I ARE ORE THAN
\ .*J brief) should LAND EITHER II o ft Drinks
\ y fray REMEDIES ONE IN A PRISON! Tls bad to I i APTfTO HAVE It

STU IT FEED STORE -steal money'_ th' loser sure 1 One So. Stuart
< _' tR' j 1I
( / It. r LR AVE.-PHONE SIC "no.-but this fllchln' ef bus. I Jensen Bead
MARTIN, M... bands and wins Is eaustn' a ed. No. 1
a I IOM that
tR 2i e 7 constantly GBOWSaffectln1 I

On charges too flimsy th'.Courts I --
t Get MIUs of Wear grant DIVORCE' many people i :,
ocks %i
l [ 'ar* married FOIR TIMES-th' longer we live this custom CROWS ONCRETEundationa 'I Q en's Store

t walls { R CAP WORSE; It', ene of our TOP, MAJOR CRIMES!' Ther's .. doubt Floors, I
YOljVriRES i.ewaa, Sidewalks, M Groceries
; some eases .her' "QuJttin's"ekeh, but If WI" bad as they CLAIM locks Brick ft
end Frozen Foods
j Blad Houses a.l.e Tic..e. U W.'.. ,.k.. they wont WED ANOTHER THr VERY NEXT' DAM, thus )umpln' Tile, Septic Tanks.In ; 'I

jj,j Is mr ShortMP R..y. 1 .r an from PAN TO TI! FLAME Pe SXJCt.TIESs- r.irnU.Ni _
I All, y Of Marine *f tfc oe..d. w d. Fad'I Nov *
Doiltruction { erything In' Cpncret I

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r Uitlngs of Irnpr vrd and unproved Properties CfOK'SSERVlfc I CA EY'SGold. FRANK1ALEROOFING JEDGWICK

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land I Gale Camp
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LUN1H ROOM VARrjfSHES Cabi & Trailer Tennis ''C rt Construction
I, IewaU'p Po t .er-t..alYer Properties Red iMPMO IVITgMST +
J and Beer, ts and Gas err' Court
Jupiter Island .aa--S.an4 E8tat. lila..' Seer a Soft Drinks I Bottle Beer Servednday. Repairing t A phallic'Court* N. .b T.. Lips .e Tw IJST

SaadwiiSH pea. Soup, Pie 1-u&PHTaaIgs waiJAataPa0DUcTs all llo. Colorado Are. PLUMBING
,Miles! e. of Stuart enksde Phonl iditiomnf
141 and U.veM
2% mil So Stuart, sonic Supplies ,
Hi-Way Me, 1IGASOLINB Pbo l2$ s age
1 Latats WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Inca saes GUI P. O. Ar ad. P.>0. feel IT| )i'.d. Hig way No. I \ RaesIll NSEN BEACH + 'sox ese *
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