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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: February 5, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Band Give 2nd. ConcertAt : .
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RACE GUT TO 3 Civic Center SundayThe I :

Th* Martin 'County Bridge Planned Progress Unaffecl- ; :

Committee;. meeting I Tuesday by Pitrhford-Langber:; t ill'ill'ed
SUDDEN ACT Martin County High School Band will present its second night, look action to Insure Stand !
X-ray mobile unit which offers (the public chest X-rays at no chores will visit Martin County concert of the season at the Civic Cent at S p.m. Sunday. These against the possibility\ of. the i ;

,,sin next-. It will be In Stuart at the Oiceota Ave. entrance of the Post Office/ Arcmlo from concerts are given! free of charge and "vcryone I la Invited The free passage of fish up the Indian I A request for the ordering : i f
to 5 pm Monday through Friday In the mornings from 9 until noon It will be stationed in the program: I
River of countywide referendum 'I I r ron
In a J
Brown Oughterion, CoursonAnnouncej being impeded any
unity. rtliet Communities: town lusH in }Jensen Beach Fib 9, St. Onge'l Grocery/: / llolw Sound
.b. JO opposlie| [ Stuart Auto Camp (for negroes Feb. 11, Post Office In Mumtiwn( Feb. 12 and 1. JES.C, PRICELESS TREASURE B'ach way by the new bridge to the whether or not the pro !

Office in Sulunw Ftb. 13. Book. Open I. SYMBOL OF HONOR Ted Mrsang ocean. posed triple bridges/ project I '

3. SOtTllERN CROSS OVERTURE: : ,. Yoder The design for the bridge\ U should be allowed to proceed I f
sea Maurice K. Langterg, who '4, TREES Raabach being presenter to the State to completion wa'"'rejected Ii' I

tiled last week end tor Mar (Trombone Solo by W..ne'elll. ) Conservation Department\ U. without 'di.wtitinjote: by

nit Returning Here on Special Request tin County Representative 9. PASTEl, MOODS r SkornlrkaI. S Bureau of Fisheries and conservation the County Commission at '

unexpectedly withdrew hill MANUSCRIPTMARCII n. .. Waters groups with the genuine it meeting at the court house j

candidacy during' a heated 7. CHORALE PierneI interest of the fisheries at yesterday afternoon.'I,
---'-- heart. Harry mote and Edward I C CRated
clash at Wednesday afternoon' MARTHA SELECTION .. Flotow The proposition, which InsU-
ateiultof special request of' Ward of Jensen Beach Lane
a June 1.314 In the county resident In other '
persons were parts *. CIIANSOV TRISTE TschaikowikyII lengthy and at times warm tJ
County Commission
the Martin County Tuber-. respond. Of this number, 2,243 the country The local association Jennings of Walton Arthur De- debate was made by two spokesmen !
JACK AND TilE BEANSTALK C CoonsU.
sis and Health Association, meeting-and subsequently hon Senator Evan Crary, Zatk i
reports were negative,4 were unsatisfactory I\I anxious that the advantages for a Jensen,Beach dlega-
State Health Association will announced that he intendsto WITH FREEDOMS FLAG Olivadoli Motley and Bert Krueger of Stu- ,
12 showed non-TB of the X-ray service be offered tlon J. J. Pitchford and Maun
a mobile X-ray unit to this pathology and were referred to to everyon In Martin file for County Commissioner Ten members of the band will participate In the annual East un, and H McRa' Saunders of I K Laugher and put Into a motion I I I
ity next week to give rest- their 6 showed definite and that Indlantown. In conference with
1 physician County It Is hoped from Jensen Beach. : by Commissioner O W
Coast clinic to be held In Vero Beach Fcb: 12. The all-day clinic
s another opportunity for a I TB and 49 suspicious TB those who did not have the X- The action cllmaked a discussion Engineer; George Brockway, Truman -I Snipes but his motion died !for i'
will end with a concert that night. The of the clinic Is to
purpose Llfsey and Emerson Cook,
Chest X-ray. I The 71 cases not negatlvt were rays last June will get them next of the proposed bridge I lack of a secdnd! Commissioner ::1
ijrone IS years or more of !rechecked by a portable units week Th Unit will not be avaIlable at the county session, in which acquaint band directors and students with the Festival music and West Palm Beach went on record 0 D. Qulnllvan then motioned

>s eligible to get an X-ray. It *As't 11a Oct. JO to this county again within Ltfngberg spearheaded a denied to give them an opportunity to compare Ideas on Interpretation j that the brldg designs will\ not that "the board proceed as plan.

9 only a few seconds and no I When the mobile unit made the next IS months request for a referendum of the I of the music. Bands from Stuart, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Mel In any way interfere with fish I ned" on the project and this was tI

suing is necessary. Xrayits the first mas X-ray survey in Schedule for the units visit projects Langberg formally I bourne and Okeechobee will send players. join? uprIver from the Inlet I carried 4-fr with Shipej not votIng -

reports are kept confl- Martlri County, many year-round In Stuart and other towns In the stated to The New that hIs candidacy Students from Stuart ,..hai will attend are Mary' Mell- Burgess, \i The committee also pointed I .;' I
laL 1 citizens were unable to meet the county 1s given beneath the for County Commission Janie KItten, Joan Combs, Rita Taube, Jack McE fresh. Emily out that no local tax funds will i Attorney Evans Crary explain 'II '

hen the unit visited here last schedule of the unit, and winter abovi picture of the unit. er would be based on the referendum Morrison, George Ritch. Wayne Wells, Judy Arbogast and Janice. be used to build at Jensen the $2,000 Beach.000Improvement I ed that such a vote would have,' I

proposal on the spans Arbogast to be ordered by an act of t Ih' r
and east of Stuart, but all financing .111
His action reduced to three the 1949 Legislature and consequently -
FFA BOYS 2 Boston Anglers Catch ,number leaking the Representative will come from anticipated | could not expect to bo held I
CHURCH' DEDICATION future Slate gasoline taxesto '
much
post: Marvin H. RoveS Incumbent I I before July 1949 Cum.mlssioncr -
Henry. P Lyons and CHURCH PLANS VALENTINE DANCE be credited to Martin County. Arthur Sims, Arthur I'' !

Oeorgj Keith, who filed Immediately Member of the commute I i D:hon and lack: Moslry spoke at
103 Sailfish in 38
VISITFAIR Days after Langberg last Saturday [ PLANNED BY SOCIETY stated that they will\ be glad to I length against the proposed

; NEW! BUILDING I aitxwer any questions relative to I vote. In \the course Of: his remarks -
| bt lusepl1'l Ladles' Society the span tmprovementsIMINSTREls1foV
Another race was created Saturday 1 Oehon brought out that
rt Contingent to Leave. By RICHARD FAY WARNER the leader wa touched It count when Fox Brown filed In i met Tuesday with the Catholic I bids will be called for early in

by Bus for Tampa ExecuUvt- Secretary, Stuart as a released fish You could not I opposition to C. M. Fletcher for pastor, Father T J. O'ary, at April .
Sailflsh Club possibly unhook such t green'" Construction is expected\ be- I \ .
Passed the board
Tomorrow District 5 County Commissioner the Rectory on 4th Street. Plans by was a resolution
The' sudden cold snap- drjnrcth sails In the orthodox way and T. T, Oughterson also filed and gin In immediate\ future on I authorizing Issuance: of
made for Valentine Dance
sails from outside St. Lucle naturally the angler does not get i Is unopposed' for prosecuting at,, 'an educational building to allevl- were a \ $120,000 in bonds on the Port
arty 10 member of the Sail- real fun out of playln sItuslta Feb!>> 14 .at,the log Cabin '.:BillDoherty'i
chapter of PEA at Martin Inlet for the first few day pith any | torney Three filings were enter ate JIM*,:crowded. ol\dltlonl'1'n I orrrnstra of West Palm IBm SUCCESS Sewall Road and Bridge District
week-v-but for building of streets Bids will
only temporarily
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ed (
Monday or county executive
departments of t
sty High Behest"wilMeave the children .a the 1
Yesterdays warmer weather There were only three new entries eommltt-emen, including LtllleL. Beach wilt furnish the music be opened March 17. Sale of aoontyowned
hoot! bus at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the annual Methodist Church. It was indicated i and decoration will be carried
fishing contest -
weather brought them: back and Fripp,.Precinct 1, Radle Bell I' leo by 30 ft tractin
FFA Day at the State Fair sponsored by the Stuart here this week. out In the Valentine motif I By MRS G, M CARTER
the records show that Stuart ha Krueger, Precinct 3, and O HTUton Originally Palm City to C, F Patterson
amps Saturday The boy had one of Its most productive SaIlfish Club John Verkade a Precinct S. announced three months ago, I Plans were also made for the The CYO Minstrel Revue -. for $100 was approved\ a* was a '
b* housed In Army barracks florist from Patterson N J,, entered dedication of the new 4th St. i prevented
sallflshlng seasons In several action was Indicated by !Issuanceby I rail for bids for paving\ a S,607-
at the school auditorium
nlgrif and return Sunday, year thus far and the overall j a 21-pound albacore caught Announcing this week for reelection tM City of Stuart\ of a buildIng church Feb. IS and committees I I high and ft. roadway on the North Fork
peeled to make the trip from aboard the Gannet Capt. A. AWhlUcar although not yet filed I appointed. Present were Mrs. Thursday Friday
to church.
picture Is best presented by the I permit the the total cost of.which was -alt. I
,
are Robert Montgomery. truly remarkable fishing which and Mill Marylee Man- I II A. C. Courson, county tax assessor According\ to the permit the R :J Irwin, Mrs Stanley O Burt night was by all' standards an mated to exceed $22,000. Crary '

dent of the Stuart chapter, George R. Fearing and Dr. I. dan, a sister of Mrs. Hiram t!. Filing for county offices tone-story reinforced concrete I Mrs Stewart Springer Mrs. Fred outstanding the features s u ccs well s. receivedby Notable was ordert'll0\ notify Wyatt
Jd Terry Wetsel and 'Broomlngdale, registered 4ft- must be done by March 20: and Hendrlrkson, Miss! De Kennedy among
Ray Franklin 8.Newell of Boston had concrete block structure will I enthusiastic/ audience both Larrimore of Stuart of an alleged
>ach. C. H, Hardwlck Jamesht. -103 sails In 31 days of fishing pound iheepshead boated aboard Supervisor of Registration Mrs be located on Lot t, Block 8. of Mrs Charles Conrad, Mr J, J. nights an was the ; "GoldNumber violation ol the Boning laws in
J. spectacular
Jack Thompson Middle.. and all released BloomlnRdales crulier I the P. Blakeslee announced opening Potsdam Subdivision, or Immediately Link Mrs. Gerald LaPointe, Mrs I Port Sewall ,
In which
Arbogast Rudolph Krueger. Hiram III of the registration book behind the present churca N. 8 Schnurbusch, Mrs. Nellie gold figures\ I II' I
A careful record was kept by -------- ---
I
e* Holt, Stephen Huddle. Jack WhlUcar aboard the Hobo The third new entry, register In the precincts. this week thru | It will be 115 by 32 ft. with the i PezTOnt, Mrs. E. -J. Rlcou Mrs I' on used a darkened th athletic stage motif In tableaux for I II CAMP MEETING i ,

Id Ordway, Ronald Johns Neither Fearing nor Dr. Newell ed the day after the printing of March 1 Registrars Include. i I short side facing on Albany Ave | H, B. Rains, Mrs D A. Meyer I eral lev-I,
I pictures and also did
STARTS TONIGHT
nMsllery.John Rains Ken. wen out to beat records. Each last week fishing bulletin was Precinct 1, Jensen Beach, Mrs 'and will coat an estimated $20- and Mrs Mary Chandler of 8a1lerno ''f.
of "The ,
I arresting
Warner B. Tllton her homeon ropy
Wright, Kermit Tucker. a 7-foot 10-Inch Mllflsh. caughtby at 000. The entrance from Albany .
i in hIs late seventies. Each
!Road AlAi; Precinct 1. Stuart The specialty billed as "The Op'nine iiervlce of trip tuimi.il
Ke Quigley, Haywood Wall, Mrs James McRoberts of will be l along the building north
used only twelve-thread line, butthey' Jack Martin at Stuart Fed! I' I Oixce[; Kids" with Gull Mcrrl meeting,'sponsored by Mm I
is Wall. "Spud" DeLoach fished continupAtiy and Spring; Lake N. J. aboard the side by a covered walk I feet fiNAL RITH: FfR) man, and Chart' Clements aIres camp !
Store; Precinct 3, Stuart Miss! Florida Evangelistic Assnrlatloi
lei Hall. Lamar Prevat. demonstrated Interested Little\ Joe Capt. Ted Pr-ston wide from which will be entrances FRANK: M WIllIAMS
to anyone received
Pedersen. Fred Meyers, Ted This Is the first sal) to be entered Myrtle Dyer at Dyer's Dry,Goods to the Junior assembly hearty approval 'Will be the Florida Fvangell
the type of fishing, over a Store Precinct 4. Salerno, Mrs.P. I The traditional end men and i Association! will be held tonight
; : :
'p, Donald Brown and Des of that offers by a woman angler, 'room and thr'e cl.asiroomn. the Funeral wrvucs tor t runk M,
time Stuart
period ,
Interlocutor wore spontaneous
0, Smith at Smith Grocery and the meeting' will continue
nlvar dolphinand I
Not only were many primary assembly and threeclassroom I
estock Judging teams wilt Its visiting angler and why bonito caught but several Precinct 9, Hobe Sound, Mrs..C. I and two large rooms i Williams 1 who died unekpecledl' und funny and afforded theaudl'nce I through K'b Ii). Service will\
of heart attack while I attendIng -
this community has become a I fine entertainment t A
A. St Ones at St. Oroc be held each at 10 and
On. : day II m.
>clanked at 1:15 wahoo were brought In, althoughnone for the kindergarten -'
: Saturday, i nursery and the meeting of the Port Sew
known a* the best place along I number of fine solos and solo
Stuarts team will be as heavy as the 65-pounder Precinct 6, Palm City, Mrs Rob- 2:30: and 7 1 p m, The camp {round ,
com- I all Property Owners Associationin
the entire Florida coastline for dances. with of the able
ert McPherson at her home o \ support Is located east of the railroad
d I of SMrar, Bishop and caugh by Roscoe Rollins, Stuart Concrete blocks will be furnished Port Sewall on Jan. 26 were ,
sallftsh Road 78; Precinct 7, Port May- chorus, rounded out the evening track at Kobe Sound. The sir
n. When the exhibit .vege.it Last Friday these two Boston- school superIntendent, which i II by I. L Decker and contractor : held from the Carey Hand Fun I 'I enjoyment.
Judging teams are or- lana released fifteen sails; and leading\ In that division A partyof 1 The action climaxed a dls- I will I bs William I Smith of eral Home, Orlando, Florida, on ,' Financially the show also was vices will be Interdenominational
ed at 1:30: ,Stuarts team Greensboro. N. C., angler arrived Bessemer Properties offtes! and Rio. i Jan, 30 'In character and the public has
on the same day all of the other successful! netting about $500, It
Include Montgomery. Terry Stuart charter boats wire flying at the PMlcan and are fishIng Precinct (, Indlantown, O D. I In addition to his wife. Maf I'I wa !said been invited to attend and take '

icing. 'Thompson.MATIC .with Curt Whiticar aboard' Hataway at the Hataway store REQUEST: REJECTED V Williams, he Is survivedby part I 'I
white and rd flags But the garet The Lion* Club of Fort Pierce ______ __ ___.
the They are Her Circuit Judge A 0, Kanner 1)f A' request for financial assist I two daughters. Mrs Marie
and to
weather turned on Saturday nougea: has expressed a desire sponsor i
ARTIST WILL there was a marked falling off president of the I Stuart IS without opposition forrenomlnatio'n II ance by the School Board in the Cannon of Washington D C'' a showing of the Revue1 In-thai SKIT FOR GUILD .

Tt'ltl PROGRAM AT In the number of fish hooked. Proximity .Co., Marion Heise,. as circuit Judge for proposed building of two tennis and Mrs Norman 8' Bowies ofArlington city, and the tentative date of MEETING TONIGHT I II IIA

DEN CLUB MONDAYs I Over the we-k end only scattered president of th Revolution Club; the 8th CIrcuit-which la tantamount courts by the City of Stuart was Virginia; two broth I March 1 has been set The cast

sails were reported Capt. Ray Sidney Payne president of the to re-election. rejected at the boards meetingIng rrs Col Robert A. Williams of also hopes to show in Bobs playlet by George Kaufman
Mary Burke Lowrey. Win- Young of th Spray' getting two Eno Cotton Mills and Montgom- Judge Kanner circuit comprise I at the court house Tuesday Palm City. Florida I and Woodrow I Sound, although arrangementshave with an all-male cast Including:

'ark, a dramatlo artist of for Mr. and Mrs Donald Sawyer, err Hills, district manager of Martin. St. Lucle, Indiana night Mayor W. R. Baker and 'Williams of Arlington Vlrglnla I not been completed C. R. Ashley hn U Mennl niter, '

will be presented at Mon- of Bethlehem Pa. There were, the Carolina Theatre Corpora- I v e r Okeechobee, Brevard, I Commissioner. Arle Stuart appeared six sisters, Mrs W Lee I I Members of the cast" re- Stewart Springer: and Price

meeting of the Oardsn though,. plenty of dolphin and tion. On Tuesday, Helse boatd Seminole, Osceola! and Orang I Santman, Mrs Evelyn Smith of 'marked the Rev. T. J. Geary French will be presented at th" I '

of Stuart at 1,30; p.m. Her bonito and good reef fishing a 30-pound wahoo, but the Bounties Washington, D. C.. M-s Richard I' deserve a great deal of credit. regular monthly meeting of the
isnce of the Rose has been capt. Bill Fletcher of the Sonny Greensboro men really want I He has Just finished serving ,: FILM AT CHURCH SUNDAY Schubert of Roanoke, Virginia: I I Recruited as they were from all Fine Arts Guild at the Woman '

usiastlcally received by Boy for example, fished a sails. I'i\ years and has an additional I A film in technicolor "The Mrs. Joseph Flaherty of Pittsburgh -I denominations, they showed a Club at S tonight: A short bull> ,

ar organisations throughout Pennsylvania party__R. R. Rlt- Sailfish button*, are being distributed )rear left to serve In this term. Amazon Awakens," produced by Pa.. Mrs Reginald Hoag-I fine community spirit" ness session will follow the skit ,
"''tate. right along and none He will to renominated for a six- land of Detroit, Michigan and I
She will be the house ter, Harry Trauga and John Walt Disney will ba shown at I
t of the Stuart club preslMri. ,- HUh-and l got 23 weakflsh and) of our attractive ladles, who so rear term the Methodist Church at 7:30: Mrs Paul William of Washington SECOND BENEFIT FOR

w. R Leach, at Bew- grouper and 40 to SO mangroveand often outdo their men folk In Judge Manner has served con- pm, Sunday The Rev. W. OAldrldge D C LIBRARY GIVEN BYPOrl'UR THE TIDES
showed .Inuously in public office for 22 ___
"olnt.Htestes. fishing capabilities, more
lane snapper. with a coupleof also\ will give a short VOTE
tnthuslasm for her release pin rears,, as Representative of Martin _
for the afternoon crawfish thrown In, talk on the religious awakeningIn CATS PAW TRITON
be than did Mrs B. R.,Carroll of County from 1927 to 1935, and High Ulttf tu. .lt., u ,'' ,''. 'I I IIyu.s
Mr last the '
w, 0, Mrs.McCullough of Amazon basinSPECIAL
the height hb'I" ''I
COP BOAT RACES .n' :
During ;;
>I ori. Hamlet, N C. who, with Mr, State Senator from 1937 to 1941 The luce'ss of a recent games Cs, 5h. ..k ,; "' l
the Palm ,.. .
Cmn week's lallAshlng/ ..sn .. .. ..4 Ti C. "us.suI "
County
Carroll, caught sad aboard the prior to his taking office as circuit party for benefit of Martin folnl ttt I kow It fnlnutm. Im h..._ '",
Mrs. ; I
J. E. Taylor and Beach boats arrived off the; St. MUSIC SET aallboa&e;;
Moja. Capt Victor P.Lanc!_Mn. Judge He also served one The Paw chalk Library created so many requests ..4 t hoMe. U ..I..t.. f.r I... c.eesd' '
Joe Phllp The public IsUATION Luclenlet and there were reports Carroll showed her pin to everyone year as State Attorney before Ernest Davis Internationally up\ win No. 4 In six starts In II for more parties of a ._.1' a., w. H l'rh.lI., eNW

d.0 .. that some of these visiting In the lobby of the St. Lode becoming Representative known singer and a woman* Sundays sixth In the series of similar nature that the library A..II r.1I A t..W M.. I' III. ,
cruiser were flying 20 and. more Hotel the evening she received It.. He was- honored last summery chorus will present special mu- sailboat races sponsored by the committee has announced a *'cI .'.10. 0 r. .0 0 U 11" ,11, '"
PLANNED flags Miami, In fact queried being requested to lit on the sic selections at the 10:45 alit Robe Sound Yacht Club in Bobs ond benefit- dessert affair to r.e 7 av', .2' It.'" .
"how In the fresh water division ,f.'h. .M' '.1 us.,,, I 0 I'
Her* win be ordained and In- Stuart and wanted to know bass fishing continues to be excellent florida. Supreme Court. service at the Methodist Church\ Sound. Scot Free finished second I I begin at 3 p m, next Wednesdayat val. e 7.AI .0 u.s I s;. ft
M and trustee installed at come,* since none of the local but on, ha to know .T; T Oughterson announced Sunday. The Rev W. O Aldrldge and Triton third Six boats the Woman'*' Club Price. of 'b. ,Is 11,01 ..a_ 1.11. 2 I I.

;II a.m. Presbyterian Church boats had reported such high Where, to fa B. P Langloti of ill candidacy for reelection as will preach on "The Modern w:re entered, the most 'In' any I I admission! Is 75 cent and there .P'eb...... 11 II 1 IU<1. I I':"05 "a .&us' o. ,so'.,
Woman'* Club Harrisburg, pa., got a mesa up ProsecutIng Attorney, prizes every
''V: The Rev C. A. Carrie! I charter boat captain: the North Fork of the St Lode Triton became the second craftto Mr. Carroll Dunscombe, committee -

talk on "Blessed Are They "Some of those boats, competing on Pal '0 mine plugs, while Auggie WORLD'S DAr OF PRAYER GETS HOLE IN ONE usurp Cats Paw's hold on first chairman, 1 11 in charge THE WEATHER

Hunger and Theist After In a' tournament,The were stuntIs releasing -: Obrhaui Earl) Green TO BE OBSERVED HERE Mr*. Rebecca Stevenson of place when it came home the

eousnest." "reeD'l&Ilflah. I (thing teemed strangely peaceful Jensen Beach. has been awarded winner in last Wednesday's ran. ROM ELLS ATTENDED
when a sail I* hooked. to gun last week without Greens Stuart win participate In the a certificate of membership In Cats Paw wa second In the six- SOIL EROSION MEETING Fw Mu tA -
the engine swing In a circle and boat competition Scot Free )<* I N.MIItv tJ ":: .:: .
UP the Hole-in-One Club of Amer. with)
MORRIS' JOHNNY meet the saIlfIsh on his run.,The I JOO-pound tarpon) Dud Godfrey "Worlds Day of Prayer" on the I kill, smut. ru..
1 HIRE MONDAY I captain or mat reaches down and R. O Chamberlain of Kan- first Friday In Lent.Feb. II At ica as a result of her one-shot third _.. !Rep! Marvin H Rowell. accompanied T.p.esioee. ........
taaale,* replete In his fa- the leader and give It a kakee. Ill, each got their limit S I p.m. a Joint service W1U be held feat at the Dixie Golf Course In by Mr.. Rowell. -went. to I M._ Nt._ I
ur nd grabs I To get Into the back, country b alt Protestant churchill at St.! West Palm Beach Jan 25. Witness SERVICE RECRUITERS' Sarasota Friday and Saturday I.,. sir; n is .11.11sn
seat and bnua totef quick jerk The hook pulls out, or y I It ..1 Ith. 3
I PUUy Merrta elgarete : the leader wire snaps, but, sine either a boat carried atop one scar Mary Episcopal Church. Th wa Ethel Lesotte, TO PRESENT MEDALS wher he attended the Southern .. II 55 SCpb.

vlelted briefly In Staartdsy : ., or a Jeep Is needed to.reach program theme will be- The .State Beach Erosion Conference ,., f .' :: eaFe
and entertained In TURKEY DINNER SETA the prise spot, and those who Lord a Prayer" and Miss Betty REBECCAS MEETThirtyfive 'Army Recruiting Sgt M: P.Parsons on behalf of Martin County. I 11'uspb ca

I wI hast, advertising ealL I at the Methodist Church at ( tomorrow them especially if the water Is Lord'i Prayer by Albert Malotte. at the regular meeting" of chief I will present Victory and MAKMACI AMtlCATIONS I INCHES' "" RAINFALL'I'"IY .

I Ismakln,'a trip ever the i night.. Ticket at .....soi. gin-clear: ay till aecre(l le a long The offering will be used for Inter Rebekah Royal Palm Lodge 44 World War II Defense medals to I 5l.es 11.._ P'nsi tA.1t, ..sdPheltu ,S.e..55 ". . .icJn.sl

tS'Ia I the Interest. ., lois art 'available .at Greene* Dry I leader, denominational missionarywork. It Woodman Hall' Monday freynibS. all World War H veterans at the .ama Sosto....... .,fort. 1.Umterfel.._ kmk*. u4 .. : 5g Qi ,

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THZ.STtJART NEWS, STCART, .
TWO with Mr, .J. R.
> D D. Loebleln visit
Mrs ;
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII : MRS. TALMADGE WILSON Mr. and Mrs Raymond Keaton of Mr Twin aqd lakes, Ohio returnedlast I Mn Pomeroy, her moth
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniii Indian- I
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I AND MRS. F. K. MASON and daughter Kay I week to their home after _a their Betsey Addition boI lu
for
arrived last Thursday
SOCIAL NEWS GIVE TWO PARTIES spoils
a vacation/ In Stuart.
,1IIi1DUlnem!I I III111111111111111111111111I II I l IItllltllll !I II I I Illlimilfllllllll I I I l I Mrs Talmadge Wilson and her e-
M ssen in CHARM Edward S Barnett from tt. \tencevllle Porter
K Mason, were
COUNTY COUNCIL FORMED mother Mn F I
Said hcut-ases at the! Wilson home on : N YU' a winter guest ,
St Lucie Crescent Thursday and at the home of his brother. W.

RAG'' I'I I tlei.Friday at two-table bridge par-" H: Barnet tn-e-Rio St tuct. Paint & Body Shop I

Their guests included Mrs W. Carl t. Clark twin-brother of
CLI1 ? .. I' R. Leach and| her housegueat. Earl ClarK, l left last week for (Over A & P/2nd Floor) 1

ATI" Mrs Frank E. Todd, Mrs.H W. his home iri Warren. Ohio, after SPECIALIZING 1 I iryUPHOLSTERINC
I"llpe.n N alll. Mrs. A. A. Lawton' Mr*. visiting relative Jure. He flew Auto Painting / Metal Work I

At Mrs MKlelfeld L. E. Ashley. Miss,Ida Mr Albracht.. Ernest down to 'attend the funeral of Custom-mad Slip yovn* -,Sport Top 1:1:

PaM I Davis Mr. H. H. Hlpton Mn his mother, Mrs. Mellnda C.
Witt Arthur Chappelka, Mrs Conrad Clark. '
facil ; saes el Albracht, Mrs. A. J. Hull Mrs __ "_..,,_,.". J _J. __..:...... -- '- -
R. U. ,Judson Mrt Stanley
ably Kltchlng. Mrs George Alexanderand
... ; Mrs. Edwin A. Mennlniser.
,
l glY I CLASS HOLDS COVERED: I
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DISH SUPPER: TtESDAV
I," I A covered dish supper fallowed .
by a I members of the'adul Sunday
iii"' ,School ilass of the Preabyfrtan'i
:' +y Church at the home ol Mr, and Announce My Candidacy
.r. A t JIJt..ta. Mrs Joe C, Backus In Jensen I I
Beach Tuesday n ght. The team
., Photo.llrt. i headed :by: Mrs. Aril Stuart defeated -
d <,rotor s llIj,l" .of I P',ho fll. [pwikltnt' ol tilt( .wly.funmod that captained by Mrs C.
oiainK CIHHII,,1! ail..I Ions KiKHtfHtUm, (Jnl .. speaks at tlw) initial I M. Walker In the quls :Zl\,-H'/i. For the OfficeofPROSECUTING
!WMtmi! ul f IK! ,inicil, Oils," stkiwt ,.."Il.dfOIIO,1 the uprArr are Attending were Mr. and Mrs
(Ml tn njjit: Mivv I Ethyl'; IMIiujv? <1M..ill home tltinoiistriitiuiiB Ernest: Frey Mrs walker Mr
11. 'rilllulnmeo. Mr-. 1II'h",1 Ktlhcv. Mate OHiiM.il Jik-. and Mrs Erwin Johnwlclc Mr

gale( of Palm CM*', MIT. Jack Smmkruon, ol SiKrwi, treturtirrr. ; MrOiwgr and. Mrs Mrs Iran Chad Taylor,Jackson Mrs Stuart Mr- ATTORNEY
W Ffcfehtr "I t I KliiuNwn\ swntin. owl Mi* iiuto Iincoeo and Mrs. E. A. Menningef '
< M wrt. iJiirt! and Mrs. Roland ''I
comity ) ? Mr Jr"j'
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QUARTET PLAYS Mm Joseph Phllp which was to' Rose, Dllterllne and the host arid.I for I I
AT PEO MEETING have been given' at the Monday hostess "

melting will be presented\ at I
BECOMES
SIRS LORD SOLE
Mm I* M. Johnson was hosted that time. OWNER OF HOTEL 'II
to the sisterhood of PRO Monday Sole ownership of the St:, \ Martin County
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evening her home In EI- AT .ILBFRTS; BAR LODGE; Lucie Hot 1 was taken over Saturday -
ttorftdo. Height Fourteen mem- Weekend' guests\ of Mr and by Mrs. Winifred D. Lordas
of Mrs. James S. Stevens at Qllberts I a result of her purchase! of in the and look
bent past
enjoyedthe' program Bar Fishing Lodge at Jensen the half ownership of Miss Eliza'I I have entoyed serving yoil
music preS" nted by !the trombone -
'beth taw The hotel was purchased -
quartet. composed of W.i.- were Mr and Mn Earl Tlllmanor from Mr. and Mrs Luther forward wi\h\ pleasure to ccJitinued service.
Scalh dell D Waters. Ww W (1I In,
Stuart James Clark: of Mississippi -
,iosethmg E Damron Nov. r. Mlas Law
Bitty Lou Maihcson and Joseph| I
Mr and Mri Lou Chlad plans to remain here for a month
rend-red
M Philp who "Pilgrim
," nl rk Mr and Mrs Thomas before returning to her home in
Chorus Sweet t and Low Co
new m the Down MOMS" and "Carry Me Israel and son, Frank Mr. and' Rochester N Y. I
T\\ T. OUGHTERSON
$ ngtme for Bock, to Old Virglnny" Mrs. John T. Israel and Miss
A WCAl CAROW KIN RI! In the absence of the president Anna Marie Finder all of West Ned\ B. Mader of Willlamnport
Pa. who is visiting his sister in I
Sic ped embroidery< to Mm L. C Klckliter, the Palm Beach
business; :m eU)8| was presided Vcro Beach, wM In Stuart yesterdaY -: (Paid Political Admthwmfnt)
fashion lookl
emphqi new over by Mini Tessa M. Ounn Reports Mr. ana; Mrs. C. V Wise and calling on.his friend Bill
rourrded hjplme, i find deeel,.. Mitchell of The Stuart Bows
for the month of Januarywere daughter, Miss Sally Wise of 1I
r, pw.osey"Vatotsncellb, !. read by the various officers 'Columbus. Ohio,, left Tuesday for staff I .
lopyw ,pnu tajc* JWMH i res 9 Mt 1 if, and tiled, following which the Fort Lauderdale after spending
presidents annual latter reviewing I several day with Mr and Mrs.W .
the activities I /the year was R. Leach at Bewails Point. t. ,
10.95 read by .Mrs. Earl Rloou. -e- .E.I'it \
Mrs. Stanley Smith and Mrs.H. Mrs Frank G. Todd of Lock- ( jC1ljO/9
Stuart C. Oardner assisted the hostess port. N, Y. left yesterday ton St '
in serving refreshments to Petersburg. She !Joined Mrs W'I 1'C G1
the members. R. Leach at Atlanta for a 10-day
Mn c A. Carrlvl and tier visit and returned home with her ,
Store mother Mm O: P Thompson for a visit with the Leach familyat I
Department
will entertain the chapter at the Bewails Point Mrs. Leach
I F:b?16' meeting at thdu borne! had rlaltad her daughter'! family
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ito:' announce that I am formally v..%th 1'3wil1 from the race l-

I j for Martin (County Representative in the Sta%'/ vislature, for which J

post I filed last Saturday.I 1


I filed 'for, this office because I felt; for $oll and sufficient jeasons y t


borne out by my knowledge.of the situation/tha the people of Martin ,.;

County should be granted an opportunity t/expL ss democratically by j

means of a referendum their approval or saPP1\val of the proposed: j'I

.OOO.OOO budge piojects.

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Examination of this situation convi/ced me thlt the Representative P !

: alone would he powerless to call such a referendum| in face. of almost
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certain opposition .in the Senate.
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In event that anyone may be of lie opinion that he negative action

l of the County Commissioners Wedne/day in refusing\(''0 consider a request I J aariderG..re w

I for a referendum on this mattlr has in any \v\: dampened myardoi -

this is 'If.xl ra=Mali c Drive optional all models!
to announce that ,the Fight has just begu > ti

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I believe that I can wage the most effective battle bAgetting.to the Today, Ponder noounort* series of noiabU4vuK m.mrpi_-whldi ah s sears( sutomascaily! se
ayso now M the +
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heart of the situation on the County Commission. Therefore at,this time lhe wholebested mnu ia the eodoneniciu car hat her ol almdy mar the won> a ,sad compltuly tUminuCoupltd t i ihs clutch pedal, .GOd -w sad de[,....antomotrft,.bility. i
-- millioo owners and friends I with this\ |ttis sa e to rio a triumph Ther ... suny nor t ihlafi w tells
I I am announcing my intention to file for County Commissioner from the fortmoM unoax th_ ><]TUc m : ip < menU which add hi *
: to
General Motor Matif Drieslbs radiator
Hydra new guile
Iht MraaiaUatd .
Jensen Beach District-and I will deeply appreciate the support and now shred u opiiontl' equrpi eat oa'" bumper. nuInuriprt who quilt sad
' vote of all who desire to see this,problem voted upon in t the American. way ia Portia:tbs world can.M Honnac provide is ibis the luwex grit mechanical rived car Upholmrbs: .tans w'mot an <.wark.bl'bnun/ul,.Impromd,and art. suet.le" trite fe, by fry u... mote CMilyiaylWac.wtB.H ..,(i/MI-

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I \' '>> .. ss OU.bI..isssnsg' _.b..then ramaln,basically,she UIM III our .hoW-an4 sly ia rid that It thus.is lwn-you artu di.
suMrpum which
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tm STUART NEWS STUART, MARTIN COUNTY" ftORID.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY s,'M' {
News" items for thlll paper asst reach tile aewsp.pes 'I '

SOCIAL WEEK IN STUART I Home Telephone offlce be'ore JS-W awa m Wednesday Office Phone tM II'J 1 I ,1.1'

[ NEWS and Happenings ofthe MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society: Editor I :,/ I'j', '

Greece to whom the troop had II
MRS LEACH HONORS) GIRL SCOUTS MEETAt I
BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY CELEBRATES 60TH ANNIVERSARY ; AT CARD PARTY sent a box of clothing i
GUESTS the regular meeting of Dr Harry Semones ,
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were
Guests at the meeting
-. Mrs. W R Leach entertained Troop 2 of the Girl Scout at the Osteopathic Physician: S
Mrs Hoffman
Fred -
Earl Green
it a three-table card party Monlay Mr
dub Wednesday, Jane
: at her Bewails Point estate Woman and daughter, Owili, Mrs. Room 14 t
1 honoring her houseguestl/ Mr. Morrison troop chairman, presided ., J. P. Blakeslee, Mr. Blanche Victory Hotel Arcade
j! \ Mlsi There were. IS member
3 V Wise, and, daughter and Barbara Barnos t
tally l Wise\ : of Columbus, Ohio. present The afternoon l'ogramIncluded Slocum with "f one 355
w end Mn Frank E. Todd of Lock- a Flag drill for which Scout who plan to affiliate '.' I
lf1k sort, N. Y. .Other. present wen the color guard Included Zola the Stuart troop. Phd' 'l
\ Mr*. H. H. Thayer Mrs France Mae Blakeslet, Bette Oreen, Reside e p ,
f. <. Wilson, Mrs Paul KoenshelUrs Georgia Evan and Call Merrl- Mrs. Charles Glass of West 4th 2i'Stuart
r.., H. M. Klelfeld Mrs Tat- man. Also" a candlelightingceremonr St.who has.b *n hospitalized\ for FlorIda f fa
tilt t 1 nadge Wilson Mrs George Con- : for Investiture of three five weeks with a broken hip Is .
t t4 tI tw tall. Mrs E. H 3es, Mr*. H. P. new members Carol Chason. reported improved at Martin

., tinsolvlng and Mrs John Taylork'OUTII Nancy Morrison and Patricia County Hospital ..... --
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HOUR book-finders'badge were awarded -
KINeVtENALCOIIOJLI '
IELD! AT CIVIC CENTERA to Zola Mae Blakeslce Nancy WIVES AND MOTHERS OP D !
beautiful and 1 n s p 1 r I n|i I 'King,Nancy Lukens Oall M rd- M !
Youth Hour t'rvlcs was held\ alf man and Valerie Rains receivedthe i !
!' 11e 1.30 f p.m. Sunday at the CIvIC troop crest. Pr Conrad Roth Sv. uf.Hy Tee.rd With On Jfe.kjW HoitltoliMtlo* i ll
tit Center Presiding was Emllj gave an Instructive talk on WHITE CROSS SPITAI.Wee. .
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P. o..eiee
e Morrison, and the entire program bird; 1501 &;P.eert.es. Fto '
was in the hands of th< Refreshments Included:! a box (210 Cmtral Amy P

young people Dr. Harold O, of raisins from a family in..-____ w- _____._ __-__ : II :
Sanders of OalnesvlllJ\ fofmei I t
Navy chaplain, "Youth, Thin ta HI
your Victory" The service wai I I.
ittended by 300 !
Dr.C A.Carrie of the progran I
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4 committee; wishes to express hlitratltude ;
Martin
LT ., to the 'many who cooperated To The Voters [of Qounty I
to bring the service tcit r
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., the church 27 wal followed by a receptionhour : successful completion. i
Cuts the special at Jan *
Mr. Ed A. Burgess, Baptist Missionary Society president. program j 1
I cal. u the pastor, the Rev Phil Maxwell, and members look on. A } in the recreation! 'moms cojum i-bow. TURKEY; SUPPER In Anmounci j jID;11,
A 1 TM. E. CHURCH
ORVILLE AMSDEN FETEDON Mra. P. Sloan,Mr and Mrs T. The Women Society of Chris- .
With Our Winter Quests BOTH BIRTHDAYThe Breithaupt, Dr and Mrs. 8. Sal- 'tlan, Service of the Methoduil f
I IM'
: sun room of the Atlantic adlno, Mr. and Mrs, C. Schooler. hurch; will serve at the a church full-course at (. My CindidXcy>
supper
for a C. Miller, Mr. and uUey
Court was the setting Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. Barnett -
8T LUCIE HOTEL them are Mr. and Mrs Oly Steven birthday party Monday night and Mr. and Mrs tomorrow night Mr
Mrs H. Kerper and Mrs L... Van Ness ann
Roland De Vine, *, Oneida, 111 given by Mrs. Orville Amsden In Re-ilecTuon As
Uil
Dt and Mrs. who ha been A. LorensMr charge. Price for adults For I I
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B. r Langloti 80th
husband his
after honor of her on
,left Sunday
Ranter, Md. 15 cents for children.
Mt. to Stuart each winter for I$ SO and ryye
coming from I
The Amsdens are
of "wonderful fish- birthday. A. Biskell of fundor
k week and Mrs. C. 'Proceed. will go Into the
HarrUburg
ha arrived from -
.. the De- 15 year Cuba, N. Y. and are enjoying
Ing" Weather'or not. Sunday to educational building
,.. Sarasota are expected the new
their second season at the. .Atlantic -
Vines fished every day. their Wlllaford R. for which ground was broken Tax
An accident to car near Court. visit Mr. and Mrs ssessor
:V:F Voss returned church property.
tin. the
Dr and Stuart caused Mr and Mrs o. A musical sketch by Dr. Hollls 'Leach at Bewails Point. Blckrtl Puesday on
Louisville
to their home In I W. Kay Ann Arbor, Mich and Potter with his mandolin and I Is former president of the Associated +
term"A a. Steven W. '
hath and Mrs t
pending The Rev
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after Palmer Chelsea
Mrs Leigh with guitar recently returned -
a
Maurice Flagg and
"a moat pleasant week" In Mich., who accompanied them,, Capt.featured the program. Old-' from Press Europe Mrs Blck ;osltoros of Cleveland of Miss. who have Al- Subject to The Democfatic Primary of May 4, 1948
Stuart. to make an unscheduled stopover by the of the Florida been houseguests jdt
were sung
time songs ell Is president Lucle
Lionel Nestor of Norrlstown, In Stuart tor repairs They guest, games were played and!, Federation of Garden Clubs and iracht at her home mMBt /
f l left
Pa. 1 II another depart\ to take say they like It so well they are refreshment served A surf rod has taken two trips around the Crescent for thej* week I wish-to that believe in a fair and impartial
home that "smug-successful- remaining Kay 1* an Importerand and reel was presented to the world with her husband esterday say will '
nihcrman! look." ha handled such unusual honoree by his friend at the distribution of the tax Values, and if re-elected t
Mr and Mrs. Oleo B.Witham consignment a* 4000 fishing apartment Two large birthday endeavors to that end. ,
ut Boston are spending the ret creel from Hong Kong cake were cut by Mr. Amaden FLOWEPlace continjre my
malnder of the season at JensenBeach ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALS white guests sang the birthday Your Ord [ow For i.

Mn, Mildred tf tJfl tend and Mr. and Mn. B. P.. Russell of Dr.greeting Potter song and, accompanied Captain Flagg by VALENTIUnusual 'S DAYCut Your vote and support will be appreciated. i j jP.ld )
lUss..itoM McAvenne of PhUa- Raleigh, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Others present were Mrs. W. A. Potter Flowers
d-lphla hare returned north af. W. M. Kerper of Philadelphia Llpplncott, Mrs. Potter, Mr and CoraageaCrystal
itt a three-week visit here Mr. have arrived at the Atlantic Mrs. Ora Avery, Mr and Mr*..W. Colorful Figur Potted Plant '
Unslead father U connected Court to spend the remainderof Conner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Link, Bowls A. C. COURSON
with Stuart Marine Servlos tM seasonMATRONS Mr. and Mrs O. Harmon, Mr WE TEL H FLOWERS
A returning winter guest of CLASS MEETS and Mr. A. Morrison. Mr. and GARDENS
Icing .Handing I* R. H Joel; of The February luncheon' meet- Mrs. W. Pajget, Mr. and Mrs. WILSO PAL '
HoeweU| ,Va. ing of the matrons' class. of the A. W. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs E. Flower Sh ( PduIe l u..u..t)
Mr and Mrt Arthur Norbergare Methodist Sunday School will be Dolph; Dr. Oeorge Barber, Mr. Flor'st Mr. and Mrs. .. A. Greg
her from Princeton 111, held at the Harry Swinglehurst and Mrs. R.Ventra".Mr.and Mrs >be Sound, Florida
whys he owns and train racehorse home, sea Horse,,at Rio at 12:30 F. Wheatcroft. Mr. and Mrs O. Phone 2021 -., .
) mend accompanying'p.D1'IIead_;' Hekton Mr and Mr*. W Duff!,
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TIGERS STUN VERO 38-30 Vets Cage Team Formed,



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A :;ia6ofj II'--i I 'T;; advertising committee Palm City News GUN CLUB HEARSCOMMISSION FACE DELRAY

';, Salerno Civic j I presented the corrected form.. as HEAD -

J.f. I' lAO'Jr. Ii___________________,_________________u :: outlined last meeting, and It was I A Stuart Veteran basketball Vero football field. The n,
Yr V r V.rwr V 'V..i v==== v vI New officer receipt will be shared evenly
voted upon lavored. It 'was a 3 MC C CORD D AVE. will be elected at HERE SATURDAY [team, long discussed: but lightly gatt
and the
Jr. GUI i By MRS.!! GLADtS fERRY charge and be duly voted upon pleasure to haw our honorary another meeting ot the'Martin considered, )became: art actualitylast team't, it was proceeda said '"WII. be utllu Must
eoon. The committee on ways member H.B. Kraft,with'us who County Rod and Onn Club at announcement -
,' AT night with the it a financial: basis for
: I to give
v( Mora than), SO people were out and meant of .financing: the helped with his advisory com NEW HOMES the court house at. pjn. Tues PLAY/ 2' AWAY that a team has been potential season. .
Al at the Jag.: 28 meeting' at the project: met'' Monday evening at men t s, Mr. Saunderson ha formed and will play 1U first The probable starter for 8ti!
span Salerno< Civic '...II5 c a.Uon, and Chet Human1 house "and presented charge: of making picture. map day.J. W. Corbett of Fort Pierce against! a town team In art wilt include.: Gene Thomptt)
Paint: voted tor the' their suggestions at the of Salerno and vlciXltjr.'Mr. ARE OCCUPIEDBy chairman of the State Game and of game and Fred Rein at forwards, I
unanimously lm. four-
,, Carlton was i\poUted to Riding the crest, a Veto Beach at tomorrow underway Howard at center and. Frat
fresh Water Fish
Will mtmlty building ta' be erected meeting: last night. I Commission I been .
work up a Boy Scout In Negotiation Stave .
roUp winning streak Martin and Bob Uosley
tacit this year Mr. and MM.. Mooney President Cluirles 1 ., Conrad the near future... MRS. ANNA B. DAY spoke at the club't Monday meet- frame it was reported, for severaldays Kentfrlck... will be Wa,
Ing and reported 500 pair of quail 1 School' basketball Guard Reserve
slbljT graciously offered to Rive the named hit committees for 1948, After the meeting the Glee County High I to secure an opening contest Bill Armor, Jr.
.uses land for It However, It will )tie and charged all with the responsibilities Club entertained, and an Informal Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lee Hlgb?.1 will be free here soon to build team will wind up although an acceptance: from rent ShipeS Walter Rein,ai j
decided upon at a meeting In the at hapd and urged 100 social hour was enjoyed.i iMrL and son, Ernie, Jr., moved Into the county's discussed stock: The'M attending to three-game toad junket in Vero was not received: until YIItel'da Paul Bernard Toang. Cater art posslbaovrttkm
near future as to jwt what site per cent cooperation from every Mortenson and Mrs Con proposals ,. The will be ployed and .
game
will be l&l'd. It U to be constructed tntunber. The membership driveIs rad served coffee: doughnuts! and I' their new. home on McCord Ave. build rifle and skeet shooting' Eau ''Gallic for an Indian at the gymnasium adjoining theTuSniidiiuli111111111111klIIlt11111111 to the squad.CLOCK III111111

of cement block, but still on: every member It to tandwlchet.! i I'.Monday annual ranges near duet' Stuart and the, and.member reduce River Conference game tomorrow ..................i....-- uiiittntnnnui l Iditi/liulititul
further details of construction bring at least one new member Salerno really woke '- and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Garrett
and equipment will be presentedby next meeting. Several-new tip age limit possibly to It night and then com
memibers of
dance Saturday evening it the Stuart expect to move into i NEED /
___the__..working_ commute-- .. were admitted.!last meeting. block dance held sitar ScotUn't. their hew home on McCord Ave. |for a rematch with Delny
or -_
.. -------'& --------- vrv u v j i A portion of the hlghwaWU:/ about Tuesday 2COPW Beach Saturday night Back :: CLEANI t I
; NJIiVRi:: I I roped off and flood lights erect Mr. and Mrs. A. T,. Bursonl on the road wllj go the i \ .
Homes Il moved
ed. This first dance was an ex+, Into their new house on '
1 pat and Electricity. C I I perlment to see If (them attending McCord Ave. recently. The above Tigers next week stoppingin i :::::: :

really wanted to dance. The: new homes were<< built after Mc- FLAG TOURNEY Belle Glade Tuesday ml' ..... 4t..r .. ......,. .....
Completely furnished with air
conditioning.
: next one will be bigger and bet, night and Melbourne rIG) ... ,.., ...
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Price be I
: $7,500. Can occupied immediately. ter. There will be a group of musicians Demonstration club and other It
I Stuart will be heavy favorite ....... 'llLLn,. ...rCOatM.Etr
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o 'I : good caller and lots I groups as well at the Civic organization. John Mr. Dickens 1 a./ yw .
9 150 Fleet Indian River more fun. It will be held Feb. .. It It a worthy cause. were proclaimed winners of In Eau Game as a result of that :: ........... .- .. -.....
14. Stuart friends are cordially: We don't plan to run in debt. the season-opening flag tournament -: club's losing season average and
to Savanna, clearvll:/ 22 Mangoes Windmill and 2 0, Invited. The money can readily be raised Sunday afternoon at the 1 Stuart's lopsided 36-polnt decision : 1 JLWaLalft aERV/rk
WJlt. $27 per fool I There will be a big card party I If everyone does his par We Martin County Golf and Country
when
the teams here
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""at,' the home of Mrs. Conrad tomorrow know that we have a great many ClubBeat medal score was met
50 Fee St. Lude River I night on Salerno Sho!"! .. I Stuart friends who would like to posted bv Dr. Walter F. Davey. three weeks ago. However, Del- L SHOP
n,f'There will be a handsome"door see us succeed. Now is your Among the women, low medal' ray can be counted on to furnisha STUART JEW
Q front.:;;* to /4lA at Rio. Pjice: $2,750. prize, several prizes for the chance to help. Attend these score! was recorded by Mrs L. A. much sterner test With' th. -
U games and plenty of dellclous: affairs and help put this drive Arbogast. The lowest numberof Tigers hoping to avenge the 14- 'Bldg. Stuart,Ha.,
o Ocean t tV River Frontage refreshments, all for 35 cents: for the'community building fund putts among the men were point defeat administered in | Oughterson
0 Come and bring a friend over the top. It Is a big Job butIt made by H. Helms and among illlillllllillllll111llitlilllllliiliiiClIIi11I11iU
on Hutchinton: (lillnd, 330 feel to 23,000 feet, C These affairs will be run\ weekly can.be done. thr women by Mrs.John M. Law, Delray Jan. 13. Belle Glade will i111111i111111111111111111111111IUIIIIuIit11iiII111I1 / 1 111111111111111111'''.
$11 lo 20 per foil. 0o now: dances, card parties and We urge a good turnout Sat- Jr Thirty-live players turned out be the underdog Tuesday night.. !:11111111111I1111111111111111I111I111I1111I1111I1111/ / I I I
other festivities. All the money urday afternoon to finish up the for the affair. The Tiger came from behind z ANNOUTHE G
4-Ajt. BuH / n rallied will go for the new community very few jobs left around town Another tourney will be held' Tuesday night to rack up win
ng building fund. Everyone tq do You have been faithfula Sunday, pro Andy Hunter an. No. 6 when Vero, Beach was OPEING 'j riE :
9 Heart of. Sti fart, price: $18,000.sssimule. U knows that this building will long time and the last mileseems nounced. Thanks- were expressed stunned into a 38-30.defat In '! 1 tr j
., be enjoyed by the Scouts, the the longest. Let's finishIt by the club to Bets Hardware, overtime on the Vero floor. OF:
I 4-H Club m-mbers.the Home up right quick. i Little Drett Daniel's Sun' !Stuart fifth win was recorded : -
Fine, exclusive:/ fuii. iahed In inn River hornet, 01 ---- -..----- Shop "
ones Burners Pharmacy coie- at the expense of TKusvllle
$9OfO to $2400I ( n, man Firestone Store,Stuart Drug there Saturday night A strong I GRINER'SRIVERSIDE
LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental Company Hall's Electric Com first period sent Stuart In front
1 1S Homes with us. pany, Martin County Dry Cleaners 14-4 and Tltusvllle never came RESTAURANT
o W. B. TIllrON// REALTOR Stuart Hardware and Theodore close as Stuart took a 36-21 de
L. FULFjRD Dehon and Son, realtors vision Forward Lamar) Howard \ NdVlh D/I. Highway
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JENSEN BEACH. F >hone STUART 1SJLM U i for donating prizes and over-all enjoyed his best night of the season a /, Mile Noy of St. UCM ,RI.".-
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Ie support of the club. with H points.
one o=o O C OR70G
The Stuart girls lost Satur '
nUYlSELLIN!; RENTING
day's opener*to the strong hosts = SUNDAY.EBRUARY ;8th
PR EHTY MAT*CEMENT Bill Rose of West Palm Beach
W te P. O. an Xo. 4 was s guest at The Bursonl home 41-21. and Vero's Junior coppedTuesday I
i 321 1'rth Colo ado Avenue Friday. after leading nights 13-2 first at game halfume.25-7 Special Menu Every Day
Cord was recently opened
1R. PhoneJCIT north of Palmetto up Jewett of the home club: led the FRIED CHICKEN OYSTERS SHRIMP j i
5ct Stuart, / ortdaBEDD Way. scoring with 7 points. | : ji
1 E. L. Hlgbee, Lee Hlgbes, E. M. Who Delicious Food"COOKED i
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... .M.r.rr t h C t..f e.a.l..a.. Higbee, Al Bursonl and Dutch TAILOR TO VISIT one : ., !f f's
ba.Iiiav 1.0.4 .rkhh Langenbach of Springfield 111, OME 4'o .
/ went sallflshlng Sunday on Ernie: James Brown of Hopkins Tailoring :
.I .I s 1 $ IMV / Tyner'i boat. All enjoyed a fine Co., will be at Stuart De
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DELIVERY outing. Their wives celebrated: partment store all day Saturday = Mrs. Albert Grined I
i In- their absence Sunday with Feb. 7, with samples of
DIAN dinner at SeymouInn/: at ,Jensen .
made-to-measure suits for men j
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ALES See Us For Indian Rivet.DriveEnseyMonroe t winter home In West Palm bochood dinner Saturday night, fourth son, Donald. Jan. 21 in
I ) Beach which they Are now occupying Quests for the affair were Mr. Fort Fierce Hospital. They also
A k Repairs and and Mrs Charles Borroughs Mr. have one daughter. c/fb
Engagement James McCracken living near and Mrs. Robert Harper, Dr. W, Mrs.Jessie V. Long has returned 1Mn
RYICE ? Parts the Mexican border Irr Arisona 0 Rutherford and the Misses to her home in St Petersburg
It visiting Arthur Phillips ,atdenlawn Helen and Elizabeth Reardon. after % month 'visit with her THE MOST OMPLETE '
ARNOI/D/ BAUER Announced, Wedding June 6 Returning home fromlel''lc. Mrs Bess Harris of Orient., niece: and nephew-ln-law, Mr. RETAIL AND/WHOLESALE
Iowa and her daughter, Mrs.Louis.
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in the Philippine these I
87 MRS, VIVA C ROAr boys met on shipboard and have' Hoopl. Evansvllle, Ind., and Mri r X. Poloul, at Alloro .'; .
I Lucw Boulevard I Pbon 142.W master in that area He It also I not lost sight of I friendship be- have returned to their respective Lido their home in Eden. L #, 3 3'I' I
Betrothal of two popular young homes after a visit to Mrs Harris' Mr. and Mrs Clyde Parker of I
there
people, Miss Idoma Jewel Monroeof the great grandson of Col. Titus, fun Fishing is the thing mpha-- brother and wife Mr. and Bralnard,JMlnn.arrived Monday IN THE' PfilM BEACHES j
the first settler (.1'1' Tltuavtlle for Mrs. R. V. Ankeny in Ankona ror a two-month vacation and 'ROAD t'
Vera Beach and John Donal sited among the!! men folk along 417 OKEECHOBEE!; '
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whom the town Is named the Drive and old friendships They visited by auto, many Interesting are, located in one of the Royal 2.3851 'I'
Ensey of Walton was announcedat many PHONE {
The wedding will be held June are revived and new ones cities In Florida with Fulnclana cottages. Jensen : .,
a gathering of relatives and a number of days stop In St. Pet Beach
the treated the I
a In by
Vero Beach Methodist sport
SoflerMARVEL friend I .the bride-elect ,
Try The New by I Church. Taking Mike Taxacre, a newcomer ersburg and New Orleans: Other (;
mother Mrs. Jewel Fay! Billing* from guests in the Ankeny horn have i"
ton In her Vero home Jan SJ. -last week end party for surf Pittsburgh fishing at Jensen their been Mr. and Mrs Claude Stan I
Arriving by car
Miss Monroe 1 Is a gradual of and opening l their winter homeIn Beach last Thursday, Di. 1. A. ley of Des Moines Iowa,who are CENTRAL MARKETMEAT j WE
Staple High School In W $-
taking leisurely motor trip thru
( Conn.. Eldred were Emma and Ethel Ottlln,Walter Cochrane and Jim ,
port was a student atFlorida
i HOME STYLE Southern College,Lakeland Clark from 8t, Paul. They; were Askln provided all kinds cf facile Florida. f
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Spending a days betweensemesters k
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a George Miller I 1U for fun-for-a-day Their ;
l / and attended Florida State rdpa'J
: from his studies In the ,
at She also of who comes to catch was mostly pompano and '
University Tallahassee
BREADI'zIb. U now a 4th trade teacher In look after his grove Interests, whiting Commerce New York,I University Robert Liebler School is visIting of- PRODUCE and GROCERIES :;' t :
Before leaving for her homeIn If delivery can be depended "
the White City; Elementary his ,
School. Toledo: Ohio, Sunday night, I upon their next trip will be out moth Mr* Frances COURTEOUS SERVICE ./.. I ,
I Loaf ............18ctOSTED Ensey; wu graduated from Mrs Patricia Davis accompanied I In the ocean, on board Dr, Jim; M.' tlebler Hurt and. his aunt Mrs.Charlea ,, CONV NIENTLY LOCATED I ; .
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by her son-in-law and daughter new cabin cruiser The+cruiserreplaces J
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Fort Pierce High School and the Mr and Mrs.
pGINWNKaMtMG (q' Mr and Mr_. Falrburn In-: I a smaller boat lost in JohnSahlberg of \
Emory-Rid: School of Aviation, Walton are receiving; congratu- 2nd and Akron I Joe Brooks j.. i
sey with whom she had been the hurricane.
In MiamI. He served with the lations
over the arrival of
a
FCCDSIrdseye FRESH FRUITS AND 14th and 25th Air Forces In the visiting Miami came to Walton -I 'f! { I
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Pacific Theater and 14 now' In last Saturday for a short Word has been received hen
a Brook F. $ pIEr.VEGETABLES_ the grove and farming business stay with the E. R. Ensey family. ,that Watkln W. Kneath retired TRY US --
with his father The Falrburn Enseys left also :banker uncle of Lane Jenningsof
8l. Car ot 19C Crisp
ell Sunday night for return home. Walton and Mrs Isabel 1 Gam- I if.
He Is the ion of Mr.and Mra I WE MAY HAVE WHAT/YOU NEED
Cut Celery, 2 stlkt .25c E. R. Eruejr, and the grandson Arriving for their annual win- ble of Jensen Beach and sister Iff
of two pioneer families, the late tee sojourn at Melaleuca LodgeIn I In-law to Mrs. Jennie Baylor Phone
orn,10-oz. 27c Sweet 'Anjo I' Captain John Miller of Eden and Jensen Beach are Mr and Roenbeck of Ankona died suddenly
T F, Ensey who settled MM Charles Shaw, owners ofOerry' I of a heart ailment at hla
George
Pears,2Ib..27cpkr '
iden! Pagoda .. Tropic and was the first ]>04tREA Restaurant at. Sylvan i horn, ralrlawn, Cornell, N Y.. 3551
10W MEIN 1- -- Bach: N. Y. i recently R '
[egetables 33c Red Delicious JEST Mrs Florence Cave, winter I He spent a number of wintersat ,j,!, .I t
Apple, 4 Ibs. 43c resident from St. Louis locatedIn the Pelican Hotel In Stuart "
Brook Farms the Machan at Edenlawn will: and was head of w. W. Kneath PAINTS '
a ench Green 1 -'I U. S. .No, 1 White have this month as her guest and Company bankers of Ro HARDWARE ,
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 45c Mr*. Dwight 8. Waring of Fall. cheater, N. T He was prominently IIL
ans River Mass Identified In clubs and societies t IIII SASH DOORS j ,
Mr. and Mrs L Congos from In the United States and r PLASTERFCLWHING :
TE PaHvMvUIe. Ohio, are the- house abroad, having made 52 ocean
CHOIflE PRIED FRUIT guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles crossings. Beside! his clubs busl 1 t (It! J
-- Moehle in Walton. Mrs, CongosIs ness and church affiliations he SIDING
IA P Large l! h.p A &P 1 Seedless a sister to Herman Korpl and held one of the oldest Scout certificates -
.1 15-os. pl&,. 'Propertiea of II kinds the couple will visit between the In the United States "

runes Raisins ... .......15cShied"1 for a.le. two families funeral services were held in
tied Persian -- I Mr. and Mrs. Morton Eldred. St Jphn Episcopal Church with Hobe SounI Lumber & Supply Co. Inc.
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he the son of John J Eldred a burial in Woodlawn Cemetery ri
8-ox. pkg.ates
7% s. plc
pioneer settler of Eldred and M. i
.. ...23 Apples ...__ 19c AltO rentals a d in.ur.anee. Sherman nephew of the late HIM Katherine Ensey: left lost
Phllo Eldrd of Fort Pierce from week for Gainesville where she
County |Sultana Medium 2 lb.pkg. Kansas City, were visitors with has enrolled In the university FLORIDA CRYSTALS PORE GRANULATED

can, 1 lbFA p ?. 39c\ runes ...............*..35c Fletcher Russell of Ankona Friday Among Drive residents attend
Edward Mr; and Mrs Eldred and ing Eastern Star installation and
app Sherman are wintervacationingand 'Observe Obligation Night in Cane 55 II
P BARTLEl stopping In Fort Pierce. Masonic Temple Monday eve Sllgar 5 lb. Hctory packed bag ?

Mr. and Mrs Sidney Cain of ning were Mr. and Mrs. R. V
lEARsrjasbrMScllP Realto Hempstead, L. I.. and Mrs Jos- Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson
eph Ulrlch and daughter. Miss ,Mrs..Don J, Homanello Mrs. I
'Po O. Aread Bldg. Reba Ulrich from Garden City; Helene Lowrle Mrs. Edmund CROSSE & BLACKWELL 1 HUNTS SUPREME
JUICY S\fEET N.Y, and Palm Beach were recent Burn and! Miss Ethyl Kyneston. ORANGE and CRAPEFRl PURE TOMATO

RUNE PLUMSN lol2V, '23c rhoDe Cains John Roenbkk visitors have recently of In Mr Ankona.completed and The,Mrs view Mr York and 1.Mrs City. Sol Arrived Berman Jan from: 21 JUICE 2 r::: il9tf -JDICE 2 L1;:._ 25cRCYAL .

--- -- for a. visit with Mrs Herman
NN PAGE DELICIOUS CREAMY slsWr and husband Mr) and Mri.
SCARLET REG. OR RIP CRNDCOFFEB
I Max Shalnfeld In Eldred: 1
IflLAD DRESSINGL 35c BuI Watches
va Accompanied by Mrs. Shalnfeld
they; left Monday on a motor 1. lb. 55x
ernational Sterling trip to Quit coast cities where .
|& P GRADE : they; will visit places of Interest
Keepsa and Woods Art Carved Including tins Rlngllng museum
AUERKRWT 2 T. 29c and art center at Sarasota and
Diamo d. and Wedding Rings
Fort Myers "The City of Palms" Rath's Black Hawk Luncheon Premier Yellow Clingstone
where irt 1884 Thomas A. Edison: x. /'
CHOOSE Afk P C. & E. WALKER a* young, purchased and little 20 known acres inventor on MEAT can C PEACHES r: 29c

PT RIGHT TRIMMED RIGHT Jewel e r .' / the Caloosahatchee River because f
R RIGHT! MEATS OSCEOLA AVri /STUART he was captivated by the Tetley's Orange Pekoe & Pekoe Richland Cream Style)
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fish This filled party waters also will take in 'CORN. 2 :'O .2 29c '''It
u--. Arrlour Veal Chuck Key; West, th town where Ern TEA r .
Invfte Your Friends T est Herlngway the author, (Yellow, Sweet) I h
OAST 6 ROAST R ,, 49' meant to stop only a day for
,lb. travel connections purchased! a SILVER .

lesh = MMMMIW""* End tut PorkCHIPS home and remained... .for yean FLOSS 't
d Sailsport t
Restaurant
47' Albert Backus of Fort Pierce > '
IEEF 43C ,,. was host to a bachelor dinner SAUERKRA NO. 2 /2 can 12V2? ,
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,, Just South of racier Creek Bride, on U. S, 1 party at Rath) i Pure Pork Beach with guests from Eden-
1 1 lb. Roll FOR lawn where Backus, a talented California

ACON.J 83Csr 57C COGGED his artist canvass, finds Enjoying much material the affair for RUTABAGAS 4fk
SAOGE A REAL HpME MEAL were A. D Merwln, Arthur Phil ,lb CARROTS 2 bunches 19c
lips and his guest, James Mc- I
TRY, OURlDELICI[ na Parkernge Jane Airber P.Fauley.Jr.,and Gordon Pauley Florida. Well-Bleached +

Coconu Plain, lugared orCinnan I OR from Mrs Sauk Nina Center Gilbert, Minn., mother of LETTUCE Large l : C CELERY 2. 25c
Sugared stalks
*>n A FTODS Mri Victor Conklin, who 1 Is here
COFFEE tAKE ONUTS during the absence of Mr, and ,
I 19cbisco BENJAMIN CjTODARD, Prop Mrs. Conklln In California, was
39 Doz. .
-oz.
$ hostess at an Edenlawn neighAntholy's -

MARKET SPECIALS'I i

Premiuracken Ann 4ge Condensed

P/4-o*. pkg. MATO '

..... .. .....14cbisco OUP Specials for Armour's Star Veal SHOULCER Swift's Premium Beef CHUCK ,
SpecialsComplete Fri. Sat.Jan. 6.7

Fig IO can ....10Cewtoll ROAST C ROAST 75c
pkb. .........17cbisco z Line of Bird Eye Frozen FoodO'Sage ib. ,Ib... .. ._....._._.__
Boned and Rolled!
Ann Pa]_ I

-tz, i/a Chile Ib.bkg. ...23canson'a GG G 0 BRY MARKET Shefford American BRISKET : 39c

NODDLES NC Armour's "Repeat" Sliced Jl _. ___

ricauee Chic, 1 en.can 49c 3 5-oz. i3kgi. ..-25c JUICI can. 23c BACON ,77c CHEESE :: $ss.zi : r '

Broad o\ Fine, ,._ Round or SirloinSTEAK
Mule Team FREE/r Football Alloon I FREE, Western Corn Fed PORK U3IN I
''rax, 1 Ib.bkg. ...18c Ann Pageoodbury's \ Lb.TEfLEYTEl Home-Made PUN Perk 90c ''''f

[ Tofet GRAPk JAM 59c SAUSAGE'Ib.57c, ROAST 50c *_. ._......

3ap, bar .. ...........lie \
1 lIb jar ...........2lc: Loin or Rib End PORK Boaton Fresh CHOPPED ,

peetheart 2-lb Jar .. ........39c P "ACHESsic\ BUTTS 3rv.' 59c BEEF 49c 11
ape 2 men. >ar _.19cfreetbeart ; ROAST59c, I ld" _._______. _
Ana Page 2_,2V, Cans
BAKING iillips Golden Bant.. Boned and Rolled BEEF RIB
o 2 bath rs..31c
ap,
a hit. Bluing) POWDER ORN 2 r 29c ROAST 69c THE C MPLETE FOOD STORE
,lb._._
akes, 3 pkgiM .-.26C 12-oz. can .....13c

gon Soap 2 13-dM.pkga. Ann Page SparklePUDD1NG& THONY'S ECONOMY MARKET CROMER'S MARKETTBI ,

,.0 SO AKRON AVE. \ STUART. FLA. UF TO DAft STORE
owder .... 15c
Any FU or FOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET rt*:DENVER rh.n. SI *r 171

(re'V Vegetable, 3 lb. tan 29 3 4d/2-oz.. pkgs 19c, I PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY WE ARE OPEN WEDNESDAYS!1'3 ALL DAYTBE


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PLEASE PAY CASH FOR RENTIIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIUII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS Stuart Sailfish Club Incidental FISHING Intelligence WORLD: Why ,.. w_ K Nut c-. v

So aSHy ho osbolo so ..'. 1M
l FOR RENT-UNFURNISHED 3. do the sea gull alt on and clutter .5 .loseS uassstsd is .. s.psg. ,

cuissuiuAT l f m For YourCLASSIFIED room and bath Apt la Stuart Fishing News Report about the railroad
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News Bldg. Inquire al Stuart asked that question and Wen MI......
News Office. Phone 3M. 0.5 tIes 50 AcssI liumis. ,

ADS told because trains with dIners. iit: :. 'i': \.IIIt''L: ...

SOIL RENT-Large aoebl room I over the bridee.
The charge on the average classified ad is only, with private bath, light home- Br RICHARD FAT.WARNER went down to Palm Beach. Bate dump a* they their pas garbage In the 8t. UGA.t. AfEavlstoego,

SOc. This is Big Bargain because. it carries keeping acilluea tarnished If Extcutlr Secretary and Seaman each got a salt Th Observation, bore
a your river.
RATES: 3c PER WORD ORDIN j (Continued/ from pagt One) Blue Water then put in through Lucle so THE CIItCt COOlS no oo

A ARY. MINIMUM 50e FOR 11:I message' to 2,000 people If you sent them all a penny desired. Available Feb. f. $15 the Palm Beach Inlet this Ott.Colonel :ALlociysrYe" t1.OIIID4IDWUO
per week i. G. Van de Wat* of:
Bartlett
/ WORDS: 5 PER WORD CAPI Austin ;
postcard it would cost $20 just for the ARLINGTON ANGLERSGET
span ; you postcards, even mil* from Stuart en bee rfalLIOT4
TALS. MINIMUM: : SIc FOR 11 1* SAILFISHIn HOTEL PEUCAN LOBBY Louisville Ky. who ha t.....""
p n WORDSMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIlllllHlllllliillil"' ) not to mention the addressing and coat of writing or Indlantow: road. catching his hare of saIlfIsh j
FISHERMAN'S CLUB HOUSEOf
four
dayi fishing with Cap
Witt printing the message.i while staying at the Whltlcar MAbgLjH5.PUT.0. "
i FOR RENT- raiihed bedpermanei Toley, a group of Arlington Va. all the place in Stuart th boated hi* fIrst .
tacit APARTMENTS FOR RENT Ill a wee partdesireA. angler caught nineteen sails. lobby of the Pelican Hotel particularly hooked into and To ua.sj a "HII.I'O'I Lb

olbI9 l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIirrATLANTIC,, II I I For SOc we print your message 2,000 lime and 1 V rlto Rep: 1W9, st* one day getting eight. They wen In the evening, comes wahoo aboard the Oannet the : E.: sxDrlzID, "AIIo "

... deliver' : This we can do efficiently and satisfactorily art, ,, M. A. Cardwell.. M. Yeatmaa the nearest to approaching an other day. Weight 40 pound Too .-. ..... ..

-BUT if we have to use several 3c stamps sending roa'RENT: loot < M. Klaseleft and John Stebf out and out fisherman' club- Jack WhiUcar of the Hobo who : I. E .... .MI...__r1.......:.
*aa lng aaa-
,..I | take valuable chine Cardwell boated an elght-foote house. It I It then that those who in 1940 got a two-bilVd sallflsh. ..... '.1. .. ..It 'N _,_...
bills or book-keeping time an edger. Reflnbht f
you up hadwo small '
that
fleer reaeniakl rale and 110 enthusiastIc were they have been out during the day caught one ;1. : .::.. ;. = :,, r.:

iff f' l..J 21 an1 i I even send a collector to ask you for that small amount your Phone Its] Stuart Hardware about Stuart; that Tealman, WIth swap their yarn; that new ar. bills. little more than subs, last Is dq0c. lAOS.. soil 5413 .5. ....-.. .

5 ; -it is obvious that the ad put its in the red. Please Co. U Cardwell backing him up talc: rival want to know what, Is goIng Friday, the day that Fe .ring> catch and food b'. r.-: usd,, ,.55.05, ., ...:'.s.mArts. .
r; I m their $ig
1'KluV1 pay cash for Classified Ads and eliminate bookkeeping "W, hart been all up and on, and coo and all exde, Dr. Newell got :::.1" So mbOob.d os.s mok
your
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(;1 a m ti! !,1J J these small Thank FOR RENT Unfarnished Apt down the East Coast her aDd that kind of enthusiasm and of fifteen tails. on IN.iSO w*,oos'mIkis tMib. ri-se..soN I, ,

.- on amounts THE 41 rooms i d bath, spats Stuart I I. the spot for ua. We art hope that only fishermen can. Pete Sinclair mat I isard the BON* MOO ORDKKIDFtorlM. at.t.

,4 ,, STUART NEWS. new bottlejirlgerator jas stove, and rt going to recommend Stuart\ to The other night we chancedby Hobo that same day go )hi* right A' tkkj Ittk tor I..5., Ji*...,

ear around. Pho everybody." and noted a few of,these AsInt hand speared In boati'fg a saIl- COnE of Sbo ChoISt POOB:.

206-M. ._ '. 'L n. visitors. There were Mr. and a result Wa* laid 'YA..I. f 5555.Altuc .
and *
COURT fish a
miiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiimiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimi HHiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiirmiTiiiimtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiMim ,_ _J in mauiuun w uie IIIWI, me, .... PhistIP.Oums. .
APARTMENTSSTVART boated a.mai ot dolphin and a Mr*. W. H. SchulU of MorrtsvU. up a few days. 54 V15c440.Psb.Jss. .
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l i i 0111I11I NICE DOUR K avl- -;= =
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FLORIDANf1l'l IIIUlllllllllllllllllllllllltlll' 1111 lit rooms BOW few king. Yeatman runt a tackle Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Mannl Fas "LEGAL ADVUT"' -' l5.5okl,55SoiIO,
FOR SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllMllllltlllllllllllMIMIIII FORSALEllliIllIlIIllillIlIIIlllIllllplllIilllllllllllll able, BC1 i farnitare UrIy. of Mew York City and Mr. and ---"OTICI-"
Decorated Fully Equipped.. : : store In Arlington and lie laid! cLOaIDA.aoeu LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE
roU'NT I'
''i I wood bed inncnprlng ijat- Mr*. Harold Bernstein of Bald' "AatIN
Housekeeping Apartments he would display any notice that Y a. lOut
Weekly or Seasonal Rates FOR SALE-One trombone, good FOR SALE-Muscovy duck nAhfor tresses. I leo from $15 k- the Stuart News would print win, L. I.. also Mr. and Mr*. R NOTES 1 olvOli shot p5.. ,IN MASTl0 TIlE COUNTY lUocn-;:

W. T. FACET, MIT. ,condition, apply t. A. J. Spivey, 25 young $6.5t the/l*' ly and u Rex H.tOl, Federal about their trip In his shop E. Olson of Evanston OL Fask. 550s st 55 =: !:: of(lh'O"055hom lntLoex conCert TO CR10ITOU Otosona.

Telephone *1H I Fluhnhol, Port SewalL' Phone 27-W. f High ty; at brIdg Ii Cardwell echoed the same words for example was one of thoae us tb.. .u.rH' AM'. 5o1iu'sud..nbd 'II*. "El: UTATE: OP
who had just arrived to get hit loud .05 unarm ,nse, ricIs. Masts U ":.II.IIII'JocI
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FOR RENTBeautiful mIsSed O45-eud IN It '55 pndkmrv buseS u [. I IAI
tIIlOllIlillilllllieiisiIiliilliuIlliliiiillFOR" FOR SALE--I foot G. E. Refrigerator FOR SALE Small bun / *s.M.. .III ho
I COMMUNISTIC. SHRIMP. first sail and this held true for : 'N.... bleb-.l .... 'I ash 554xbS.5 :
house. bedrooms bathe Eo'\:
In first class condition Iron vet $100.1. Laig 311 Joseph Neuvohner. who II herewIth .5 055 PIOOI "05 5 Tmusou "50h oesdSe-s at lbs
SALE DO TRICK AT JENSENPink t. .... .
H.- ks-os
fireplace ud coop elsatrlcaily ,l.spxi 1SN5.s5. 4" a S Li
224 South
"| Bryant Ave. Albany / shrimp Iron the Florid his wife from New York Couclh5'hepissOls & 5.. 5,0,5, '' ,
e Ipped hI hen. Also i-os.0iedcIIbldsSI ::::10.4-:
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FOR SALE-Work Trousers $.US.i i' FOR SALE. -One set double stationary -I FOR SALE t' ed "*hing machlnea. new onereels ottagi on West coast-that U the bait thaIs City. 400 doe 05 01 5050 55,00. 1044 0501d '.0.0nu.isipsIlOn enS hues ......I nssi,
getting them at Jensen and Neuvohner 1 Ia a member of the Ciud "'lOiS,4..oe 5 ISo. ." .- sO ... Cossle
up 4.' 5'e
Mark Shirts .JS, ISN Dungarees -i laundry tubs, $11. t Ocean Ureeu Park,, riverfront WIll I by year osso5 s-do 50! o..ocid ...... COu.... ,i-vld.. Is ,IN.. Co
StSi Army Coveralls'' Phone 13. Hall's Electric: ServIce -' .. Jensen Beach flJ S, U. 19, Zt I or season CWous len.sen Joe Pltchford ahowed us thetrough' SO Rod. and Oun Club, which has nun s-i I"mi-i i-n. ibucoeb .i-a ...- I It Son- uS stinsO. 50-nd.. w4n5ouIsdie .

Bear Phon 151-3. tf where these shrimp Its headquarter In New York ....... 55545 essA A 0 .u .md' I n.stSn ,... $... 0.
i aO
SJJ5, Work Sock 3 for .
*, pairs FOR SALE Jblider : ., .. sal. I. lint psh5m'Ns 01 051.. Si-Ox
1945 oi-u
-- House Hauled all the way from Tampa City. H* has fished fresh seater ..,.. .. sco-bot .n ..
tl.M. E toj Surplu. lit N.Depot t .50 .15 .,a lot em I. Cs--sd sen lot I. v55A. .,..
Drive Pierce 'I WATER PIMPS.: Barnes IrrIgation Trailer 26 ft I/g. New tires' FOR RE op x apartment, 111 especially equipped trucks pretty much all over thIs -the-c-looSe. 01 Chue I .. ..... .bo .- 01w... .
Fort Fla. .
Mater $1500 cash. f. II. Schwan' 5 menus. lect Ily equIpped. with tanks., are kept. Probabl country and particularly In th3L losob air-loll. 104,5 01 Os.ShsusO0ssue u5senssddus.. uS eSo .Soxus.
Pumps, connected ... .
Phone 1151 \ S. 12, IS. ZS nt's5'p So 1 mea lor .. ui-sn ,
5OsI'
to air-cooled I engines, Ralph Hotel Victor/ 5,12,19IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIflmillinilllllllHIIII! Very deal ile,JTor season. la- everybody except ourselves knew Lawrence area. at Clayton. 1'11'10 45L'II I s-n's-I T 55. an.5l. Os's. ec SI. asi-cssy. ce iii" .0.

FOR SALE-Socki Sets'',", land / timer Motor Co. 22 te Mar. 11 i -, quire Ho m' Lyric Theatre that a shrimp will take on the His fourteen year old son. Roy, .. ,.xultl.i IosnCP' 01 1 mess .ojhos.edloct.J.u'v .... ItOS.Civ Ia.. '

'S Drive frAm $4.03 at E BuildIng.FORRE color of a- tank. or bucket. In snagged the heaviest muskle .uckns .
WA TED Lata 14 sod Ii. .lucO 5 A.. psbSsMles so Jssnss 5
Ji J Surplus 118 worth Depot' rRIGIDAIRE, 7 cu. ft. $1ZJ; /room kitchenette which It U kept. We certainly It weighed SO pound at Clayton Wi-u '.1 Cxl. lilop, 55 Ia I ... Pne ..... %
.Drive Fort Pierre. la. Phone duo-thermal IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII did not and noted the this Neuvohn scsi-so u 5.5. us.Los. C lUll FREDERICK HAW
and
circulating $13 per L I mln. te F. O. we shrimp past season. & s.aifeo: A. 'txuoOl.e W u. t.Ul* *f ".,
US' .1.19. 86 heater electric blower sloe; WANTED: ) D or woman presentable were pinkish and that the tank said he had! heard so much about I .. II fssIoi'' Olub ti5uiOslSlnu. H._ 'i-I. S.ows ss 5 II5
On Court.
Mariner
FOR SALE Men (\I. Work Easy mangle Ironer $4*. mahogany iJpearance, for door High Itself was painted red Inside. the; aaUftiklng' here from the .. It. ..asd 515u 'CHAIL'"- 5maA s l.ntvase '
Sic-h' tI, I 5 ts 0Is4
Shoes Combat BoolJL, Pcra- diningroom table and to door Fork ,In conjunctionwith ; POR RE!NT Leld L- 3-moons Apt. Gsa Pitchford said that tome fishermen New York newspaper that 1 he .I'I'i-n.usd II Si-cO. 0 1,050 0 i5a ..,? e.Ie.Id xn-ese

troop Boots New and Rrbuilt four chain $25; three-piece: Nawnal Home Improve stove, Irii refrigerator. Ap'| even keep their shrimp In had come to Stuart for the firs it-co. M. loa tim-i. 4 544005... pus Ja. iL'sS. 4, u. li. Hit

fiiies ( to 12 from $3.SStat E oventutfed living room suite neat SeJiee. Salary and Com. ply at ti iler en premise. Wan. red-painted buckets.: time for a first sail. H& Intends I. Il. .eke It. pIs a 5/DO. 0.a-soon.leoi"v LocAl.vI.aTsar.aujeiIto _

A J Surplus 111 N. DepolDr., and end table. $41. Complete I nU>iioni'plendld Opportunity. C. Mcll Riverside Park. The shrimp were big feUo",_ to divide his fishing time however c..r ;'. a. E. 41t. ri'vt.: TOOt cisctb
...
COOS
A 2t lot for -300. Inquire 12$ Cleveland Call UK Vero Beach or writ I four Inches or more In length between fresh and salt t **4 5. 5kt0. A. fIt It
Fort PKrce. Fla. 5.12. ( i YORREI wa so Phi. ., F..H. ciod'S.' ta r* a, NJIIITH JUDOCIIL Clllcurr is
r'Maje Ave.. Stuart J, 12 Boil U Jleeping room with and seemed to have considerable ter. pos 41. p.. cu. NefwM It lit. rot! M"IIT' RIUNTY, emea
SOlE SALE-Electric rfriter y> -- KIIC5iII rlvlleges. 7M single, Ta.ls.Is.oa. COMMON LAW 00. ..
< >tic). Excellent' WANT ersonallty.> Anyway the flshrmen Still another party comprisedof IM I I. I S. II, UHlJbvl U On. tot.Mw. HOTEl OF Tii I
Your next SlS.ld ible. Znd house No.en .
t'.lt ; FARM FOR SALE-on Hway 140 wlrlngrjob trout with Uu CITY .
tion. Priced for I are getting R. F. Welton, owner of the lot li I > llork I, OF 5TUAS 5.50501
at Comei. (5 acres t houses, aDd ppllaDfe repairing. Nei nu 4 S Hwy. I, them, among the angler who, C".4" Th5d A a a/o rf e5015s. j : I
Phone 303-W. Smith and Welton department ...... '
Jfa in excellent condition with I fob i big or too small High Tr.rt ST. Pub cia xc Is PoIlI'-'I :
got good catch of 40 pounds ..
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III1IIII hIll IIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII a. tore at Norfolk Va. Ha arrived f' II ,Pe. 15. 530 vs.: imtssI. I
FOR SALE-Good Coleman gai-n k parking house, wash abed, qu Ip' Low coat Phone Stu..r was "Bill" Williams a South 50. 'H l'C'u lTr' ml :
line nine, 3-burner therm. !'\ garage. F. F. Adams. Hobe 111., Christopher Electric BUS 4 OPPORTUNITY Bend Ind-j policeman. aboard his 42-foot Matthew"notlew" ?::I I* 14 to I ; 40sk'liL.o.l ,1SLosu, hI, ol4.; ,
Jiiiiiiia (ills asu'C050IMNATION '
111111 iiiiHiMiiiiniiiiniiiiniii name spelled backwards 54. 1)54 5.0 hs s ,
stat control. 132 Cleveland ;, \Sound. Fla. Phone 371LKiR S p. France Apartment an- : psocarovo'vu
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Pompano have been runningand ) S/D ft TlMt I* I iCOC 5.-s..
and
Ave. %9. S I 'SlNS OPPORTUNITY already at the Pell ..... AU. .110. I? MAT (5 IG
-' II No. 1. tf from the several of PI I. P ,. *Mt g so.
$3. M BuyS Business Corner V.HlghiAiy bridge can was hi associate C.R. Easo Re, Is 551 Is 1' 0,0054 sod Lsuui.
AIR-C 00 LED OtTBO\RDS. I SALE-Cellini; 'larger boat, N ICE.Te.urnorlheraends the faithful have caught 7 or Tat'oTtOis' : nr'' TH INTERVAL: IHR. : Suit _We.. 01 '..... Mull.* toTW
Hoes you wen the new Lauson will sell 21-ft. cabin cruiser No. 1 and Salerno 1 pounds of these highly valued Barnett Ooldlng of Rlverhea. povastpsT yin or TIIII ITATIor n-., ,
'I tjvrnal motor recently com. returning to Stuart Ware .od, Filling Station and Apt L.,I., who got a releast butl.Onthe fl.OSIDA.: I PltittoMT, oboes MM4 to Ilu
4-Cycle Air-cooled
outboard
Ish. (As cantankerous Yan- ,.u.. ). tk. Nt .
still 'la business Lverheadl a 00,055 LoseS 5.50) Mrt CMK pihti
motors? Come in and try one ph\, overhauled and paint. regardless I. and cltra fruit hoe: give us bunk of good old other day wa sitting in the 5, toftranY. 'N tk. s..duu00ist .Moo iIt
eul. Ralph rlmuIotor! Co. excellent shape. Dr. f ramon being circulated land. Annual act approxJnately lobby, too and Charles M. Cole. -.te. 1. L runt PMttto, to UM fuMM' C WpMn
odflsh or haddock; any day) ,rtoltac kr She ..M PosSum.
I 'ed.Xl" Our phone ls still 117. Qur new I.I 50,500. Low rentaL boowner the eighty-five old moot T. GUKN.wnr l lMkU
_ _ 12Mar.11puux Poppleton Creek. ieorge Towne. year Ckrrk. IM* MrtMM ft tk. MM.nrrtinl
among others
. 3. If location fa France Apartment I premises. up. expert wa reading his newspaper P.... Ftkraary. .. IIUBAL'ADVI to.4 XIMM n4 MM 01 I
SALE V4" Electric Drill at Jensen has been doing especially .,.
I annex: Ne. L Christopher Elec- 2.12.19.26 and cur walling for the weathr -
$34.95, Hand Saw S3.M. aim IrIs well, Pltchford told us. ___ 'visgasgirr secslt, ,.
Axes FOR SAEs-ery cheap. Inquire Shop. U to clear. And these were only tww-n sastosod fWI"I upeOostsWli
Sledge Hammers Long THE UNITED ITCaarl or AOICSEAJOn.thoo ef 14 Firun (1111 I
at
MiiMchke's Second Han few of
OllIIlllllIIpIiilisiill.ollnlnllllnillllliejSERVICES I FRIENDS JOIN FOR PARTY a many, Just waiting for .
Handle Shovels Rakes Hoes While wallIng for the Told 050 .. YIufldo IIu.4.r$5' Additlas Smoned PS
and Store Varge double vat slnj OFFEREDIilllllIlIlIIIilIIllllIlIIlIilIlllIliIIilllliIll AT S. A. MATTHEWS HOME their respective charter boat Who,,.,. so she I d.c. 01 Jos5007. 5. ... .5. PiuS. Push I. PsuP'd.
Weed Cutters at E J boats
sink, pliinblng fixtures, Copletc. to come In one evening, we aptalns and guide to 5540, 5.05 WOOl. bri: WklUnrJ a-mS CMMI. .......... I Irfcrkta .dOaed
Surplus 118 N. Depot Dr., Fort large Last Thursday an enjoyable trolled across to the Shelton say'l.ets 5ecI, tOn, 44.o, aOs100s 554 Cml00lekme ons-ct. vllk sIt riw
wooden lal4', 'o, bp (ScSi I ..... as-u ciuceu,4 skoucts So-nd., uc Sec
Fierce, Fla Phone 1151. fireproof, lip, Two large i icans rjik NEW TIRES need balancing Ware evening was ,spent at the horn commercial fish docks. The net- 5.bi-us, 5,4, 'le.osu.s' ... Vusti.o. 'triM ._......

5,22,19,26 I Foar large aium1fm equipped to balance you ot Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Matthew! ten had atruck quit a school ol MAN WHO OPERATES ._ clone tIle I J .. SOs DliIrM bow ToIaaPosL: this is e.5usd I
I LOCKS ... ho-nt
ft .
FOR SAIL-Pressure Cookers. 4 alloy soupVr coffee boyers. tires and align the front end of South Akron when a number mall blues Inside the reef. One FISHES HIMSELF. .'is 1,4,41 ISo., V54cns.0 0 .140 ft assi05(Mtk.AMI th atfora.psu.. aMl moO:fr.l'; '

QL, 19.9S, single and double Stew aid with the only" modern Bear boal was unloading about 400 'NosTNwaoTra. _.. .uIme waw Wr* *w I IM
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burner electric hot i I Ili. pant copper Ste oils of friends, Joined for a movie and pound Chocolate water, at the' rate Os usd Marttl. ........... krM ... S7lai cay. if FakriMrv A. a.So .
plates $2,69 Alignment
Ladles, bakiAr rAffln equipment In town ...... ....
trays of.8000 cubic feet t second, I It pies* 01.r-*w term ft .la. .0,0 O0sS.. 55555 or
f' 595. plastic coal bangers tins, oil cans fcith apse / Will Ralph timer Motor Co. music. Frank Whftworlh a The origins of the name of tearing through the .. a. "-ta4, 5* MkW. ff tk* ISIS. .... ouch ., ,- Os's ,Ox 0555ScumSod
I k egg trays 29c! each. E. it J I II |I sell S2-Feb.2 houseguest from Mavachusettlshowed some of out charter boats. -Ted'reston' lock here *.r ft P.....,,, II '. I h. .4ss4 api s.d SSs .50''
Hparatel\or whf/e lol, and wtthjohn ODay. In charg isles .55 n.M '11 THWUITI.amtt .5.5 mm. oN 5k. mId ,ese.ess C
I Surplus, IK N. Depot Dr., Fort I Great bargain. LET US do that travelogue In color of cruiser Is the "Little we watched this k.M tsp .to .r mdy. ....... is 11_ M4 .k* lakm Iff ISo. M* 0d
Pierce, Fla. Phone list Building or Joe." a pair of red dice, a one rushing muddy hi Cbs-' .... 5 ., ,. Cowt oil lot Mt eonS la MM PIKIIto
fcfl. Grading Job for you. Milliard Interesting point In Florida.Mr. and termed turmoil emptying Into the canal hsld .. iSo U.It. ....... Court 5InIIuCiIe50Mu WITNEW tfa HMWMU., .... JMIk
_5,32.19,26 FOR SALE-4 and ebeonnts, Bros Box 14 Fla. a three In craps a and Ymlds,55 thoiCS so CkmH Caart ft tk* MistS 5.eeusOt .
Salerno into
fOR SALE-House l'aint.ln au// $1. Small plants Z$ c /tu. J. L James Gaughan, another "UtUe Joe." Moreover the LST eventually the St. Lade,,' doe at cokes..,. use I. 155 Oelsi. ,0n.id W Pkfh.k .4 Ik* Coil I
22,29,1 Massachusetts house Preston served aboard In the River. There were several! baa ensIsu.. .. "Os sos-s or __ 01' nil xl ISO SICISlOl cml l oil I
I colors $2.60 per gallon: Craig, 817 Albany.* guest en fIshermen, at the I'd oIl aup Soou se uisio .> Ik.. CaarC,KaM* la sOs Cite: II'
drainage
Enamel' J.6t per gallon also. I ITHOLSTERlf WORK and Mat- tertalned at the piano and MIss Medlterrean during the war was spillway ... "I5OP.54. 545 ,"".hp 541.4 15 .Os 5,1sssc see, Mania ...usoe. TI-Md'.
oil| FOR SALE-IMS Cuskm 4-door Irma Renovating of all kinds No. 4 and was. called by those Just North of the locks, and at ... 1 I .... ,i-cs .'_i4, D.a. Jss II, 1550.recat .
bi-JiJiiS. thinners and flat '
paints equally low in price all j' Dodge Sedan. Full/equipped, W* do Brit class work, pickup Edith Matthews sang several on her the "Little Joe." we recognIzed among: them :-010.1 sOiv 5.crn mu.o.5', ::"l 550 m's, :',pnv., vS. r t.'IL POUKSO!

E ft J lit N. Phone ZtS-W, I and deliver Phone Fort numbers. Capt. Victor P. Lance was hImself Joseph Rusfln of Newport;, a L: C55si-e 5. I -.. u. a ._..... Clark Clmll U
F Surplus DepotDr. ho Sob. Se. ... ,
", recently got himself a sailfish 1 *, It I* IklIMA
Pierce 775-J or write Route 2, Other present were Miss Betty so curious about the name
., Fort Fierce. Fla Phone FOR SALE Trailer/ nsi"p I LtOAi. A etsylar.ouge'r
We usually we Ruasln sit :::::: : ,
Box 589. Fort Pierce Mattress Moja" on the cruiser that he AeVtRTISEMCNTm
115* _1. 12, 19 28RAON healed floor, 1ft, sleeps 4, Lindsay Miss Oerry Maine ing In the entrance of the Vic iN"TOle COUNT suocis coveir
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Company. if Charles C-outant, Mr. and Mr*. purchased that he even wrote MARTIN' CCK IT!, THE OM'
SEAT ( 09 kItS tout any t good condItion./ $115*. Ed tory Hotel, but this time he 5TATa or cwcvrr COURT
DON'T WAIT until C. B. Gutermuth. Dr. and Mr*. the owner and was Informed was rLoeIoA NINTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT!
car. Installed for $32 H. Ralph Ingles, Pitchfor Camp Jen- It's toe late. arrylng hIs IN RKCAHDFRANI S E UTATB
casting
rod with >
a rUORIDA MM
Moja" meant "one" In the Swall !* ,AND fOR
A. J. Hull Mr and Mrs. H. I.
timer Motor ( 0. %!- lar. 11 sen. See us today for automobile red and white COUNTY S
plug
Mr. and language, spoken by the tribes alrtady tied ... Wl. lAss
; Seagroatt Mrs. Isaac a
i ic:: insurance that need under ,
ENGINES. We' yon on the line. One had CHANCERY '*
LEWIS A.NTIQl SHOP No. LeIghton John B. In Northern Lybla. His mate man a bass drnsmd ) IN TUB MaTTERS CfT': I
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have In stock Lnson and Hii- on the new financial' responsibility Cosgrove Mr. and w* were told NOTICEM.au 0 CREDITORS
( 1 llaty at I iiantown road, Law. Theodore Denon A and Mr*. John U. !Hurt, Mr. and by the way, John Richardson Is quite a few bad'been AS ecdoun 55. Eatot ft Fruk GUARDIANSHIP IDA OP
cousin air-cooled' engines for ... BIKalEK' I
caught earlier in the WIll-os. I.
4. ,
> Stuart TI COLORE1 Mr*. William D. Maine. Mr. and a roller skater addict and leaves morn- mal ar. iMrakr aatt. NOTICE rca LtAVE TO SELLS
Son. lIchen ri-I _..,
< that boat or other uses" Also > Bldg, Phone 11 lnl'' A big school of needle fish 5,1 Os flIs 5,, 01,5.,
| GLASS MIL, the Moja carrying his skate Instead Ins-sd. ESTATE ,
I GLASS CONTINENTAL -, tf Mrs. Frank Whitworth, Mr .5005 Isv sac kaM .nta.tOflto. tr
for them. '
Timer
parts Ralph was' in there TO WHOM MAT COHCESNlIU.
too but cull
sO00 Ie .
they
of chunk of ft tk
UNA, PICTURE Nellie Bartlett and Mrs. C. O a dolphin. CMMV Sos-Mis.

Motor Co. 22-Mar. II FRAMES, 1' NE-WITH-THE- CHARLIE ZARNITS says If yon Ralney I and granddaughter, Last aturday was "dolphin',: shunned the plug and streamers. JsdeO-....50...MnI as. CMMr MM, ,Piseld FtorM,.., to tk... Mil 5* omd. ...5-sulSoOn.U* 104. *
I OR SALE 1946 E'Wni-l built : S will RALPH ULMER that wire being cast over them .0sSI. 000 .I..,, oilS demos' CffrfUit Mirtta CMitr. fl
WIND 'S AND EARLY come by Claudia J. Coach out In the Gulf watki frMl UM 4.1.. .. ..>
: house. trailer 21 ft. Walco. Can > i dati fsgand: 1 i so OAs Vhs. p' M. j AMEI1ICANIJRNITVRE.: MOTOR CO. he will be glad to I W Codrlngton ODay told us a little some- look .i-ln' us a a4 maN fkf to 'k. cCart HaiiM to Knafl.')

be seen at Bright Cottages<< In 29,5,12 check: and correct your wheel. Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe Mr*. had his houseboat, "Sea Play thIng' about the Corp of Engln- ..sdinos.ps kteM mass ft -k.1oloeff..d to->rttl.>.*4 .540.....55 su lbs staj..imS''BWftfffnml. A. M. cc ki'''
Sunny Acres In Jensen! Beach. %r balance sad align the from anchored the cern, United State .> *) .... .101_ ana
Sunrise .
i I Stanley Hitching and Ma). C. 8. near Inn Army which .... to kr tlM' ...,.... _,.., sf00.I05sI.5tee ;
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I I tf IOR SALt>/Hlggins 12-ft. Marine end en our Bear Machine. control the lock .. kl* N.. j aalkartU 00 ,Su 04
I B. Maulsby will be the bridge and went aallflshlng with Capt.A. i 0'0&) him *r kl a ps... .. It Will ...... .' a *
FOR SALE w modern CBS I i plyvJid car top boat, $2N. -4. 22-Feb. 12 I luncheon guest tomorrow of A. Whltlcar aboard th; Ganet. self hall from Syracuse, K. Y, vId n....ooedle sad. d.c .i-v.. 55 apI iS.,.as.sS,. si$5.M*emI A. .IWIMI.uuC 0

Cottage with port eoehere.i Joe McNf ntara, Ocean BreeM and attended Prtnan, A. D. ..... .5(5,. ." .... balm 5.1
DO %OC have trouble' with Mrs. Helen Asplnw&ll at her West In ills party were Herbert; Massachusetts In- N ARBT .. ml
WILLUMS.ERSON ,
year
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ala _
tamp, .noeo.OR &o'MsIi, c. ,
lined closet tile tltute of ... .
i asphalt floors hea not laying Then use Palm Beach home. leles, also ot Cleveland and Technology for t..oI 'rli 01 "00lsoa at .
tile bath built-in tub, knotty --- year He Punk M'OUOHTKRSON Ali..., ......... .1.: -: .. .. or-
,, } SAL*-Fresh, tree-ripened Hm$ Pan-a-mln. Stuart Feed ilstfO. B. McCune of Ft. Lauder.I designed the electrics "UNCia 555 ..
pine walls, 35* ft frontage, gOO ,I / Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Balmke dale. They all got sails. Codrlng equipment In the Jacksonville .. T. '1'. OUOI1wriMri i 0410 50,51.5 I)..I TsshSc -
and Sto4 tfSUPPORTS
I orangr grapefruit, $1.M $ CI 01 non.
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far ...
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ft. Will sell 1 I flood ..
deep. reasonable.I control .
[ I II .w5p.4
ton
of the
per buJheL Aloe complete line from Greenfield, Mass., are one principle General area"which take P.s.a.il.I. Ilsi *h .0
:; Write E.D.8., Box 481 Slu.rt'i BPD( a for wo- Motor officials." In all of Florida and 'run 'Os.e.5.isu. ,. ::. KieSsDotod s I
of spending winter' partway
a vacation at
and ..
Fla.tOK Jelf, honey" noveltIes. Inen. rlen's belts. Luella Downey LEGAl. ss rlrsdu.. sS A'
Ed's' Jruit A Novelty Shop the hum of Mr. and Mr*. W. H Dave Post political columnist into Otorgla. He has been vxoTlsrsgey dip s( Jsu U. 4cs '\iaG'
S\LE-lot, ft. frontage all Orange Ave Fort Barnett for the Bronx Home New with the boat here for four but V "
on I rrjfral' Hwy. & 2nd St. Pierce! In Rio St Lucie.WI yean OP COUNTY IUDCE
Indian Rlvef In Jensen Beach. I I I tfIOR Phone' 197-M for ap- :: Herman Schubert, proprietor of ha been with the Engineer: Corps OP NOTICU MARTlrl CNTY PLORU ., 1CwaS.i.eldOA.S

Ideal! for home or eella<<.... RI. i polntnjjnt tf LEGAL ADVEaTISEMENTIN Pelbam Health Inn, In The for fourteen years. oe Ten .ATT ro OP CREDITORS TUB: wnd PnIu \ vbe4ds.

parlan rights. Write Box 12.1| JALE-Boal: built 1M7 IIft. TRUSSE elastle stockings, COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN AND Bronx N. Y. C.. arrived" recently We noted "Democracy at work. '" UTATI !: :.!sr II.

Jensen. Beach 29,5 ; .,/Cb"aler Ace, outriggers, knee palk anklet'*, eU. Stuart FOR Is PuOaATL MARTIN, COUNTY, FLORIDA. al the Pelican and promptly got A small boat perhaps U feet 50054 Lii 1-nIt-cs I. roe I NO- mu DECEASED, t t. LEG ADVUTI5LNLOV'

AGENTS for Gould pump.-: '"All! a bmatle bilge pump, flab box, Drag Coijp. if IN II It I lenuelves fallflah with Capt. long and one of lbs most ramshackle .tutu.... ., dune 4. :. 55..5 W J,5 a.slbng, fc ISOTES
II unted 1* M bineenlan. EfcTATE OP PEBY ft eneilol t rOe 1 ... nisinu. ..
z Harvey Brown aboard the
all Jean s
affair
Immediate
I' *. w* ever hart
deunr.1 DON'T WA until If toe late. HATHAWAY, '" .51.5 II r
: :
.1 Stuart Hardware Co. PEon. 282 *r write Boa I5S See t Lantte. It was Poets first aall- seen,' tied together with lastyear's .. .a $00s-J tOo t.-1.-. : = ,
n* lay for automobile NOTICE TO carjiiio; ef Marlto CagJ .. .
3 I tonovelties fIshing experIence VI-nds 'Os 05w
15 Christmas
$ Cous
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tf insurance lat you need under You sod s-si 55 ens umAo.bv 5.05- strings. and .. It.*. FtorMaT ..hki7. ikrtJ
Vim sod nquimd to pou,. our ,I.0aooxd 0. L. Broom of Ooldsboro N. with two elderly people mls.d.e <"Malfr, .. 4 5,0. Bold Pie' VNT5
aboard tk
aent.f'r .
"()LlU. 4 to
We are WllonToomer t fi S1LE-La..a ofIll the new fi mclal' retponatbilleodore Is-sod, aI.h sd.ftbs' P'I_ af .Ioot 505.5 isosp Souls t
bo os511.oij ..
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.0 iou 0.. fishing with was being ft .
f"" Fertiliiers. We kInds A.... strong well. It, Law. '' Deboa "5 15,0 so..5 550 it.,. .0 Pucep Capt. Toley : passed through, the slain N d.91 .'..rt M fct MUM.*PIM! B-.. 0.5,. C 55.Wotts rs.s.d .
board the lOse Florida boated locks.O'Day ..... iiaiy 5.o50-s'
oSai-d P
:1' ama sip .i .,
have that good Special Citrus Jiuilt 'lawn chain Son. Debt neon-s ,
and table' Id,. Phone $1 5 ..WalGirolOieps.c:5 0055 sirlis s.d Ii '505 asSosus ..55em.
i rertlllier In stock at all times. I Imade *f cypress.Ed' tf I sail' that measured g feet, ft \told ... beginning this n.M Sn ..,.5 eArns So lor .so.._ok55oM.,. n... olIalsuduuCriwe.
AN
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Ralph' tImer Motor Co. Frail Inch. W* accused -Capt. Toky month boat will be oe atlurom.. w'iu -iu' s.ms. ..es-ct s 5,105 rwrar51Se
I : Novelty Shop passed os5 '
I. G.nstr Jot,, .. 5,55.050'Pd.
s. .srdl..
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimLOST $ Cus.te, Wi-nd., with not wanting to out-do his I 04.. so-os
I\ 22.Apr. IIlOit'gALE I Federal Hwy Sad St.Ft .Ob.0fIootu dosuiCsvsspoori through from I a. m. to 10 p. m. I 'Joys 5. 50 5.0 OauomIOI" 55sn

3,;I ,, Electri washing U & OUND lIOn, Eddie: who 1* leading with ThIs past Jan. lit craft went Au Ad,4sho..... 'e ...souse..-.. at is-Moor, SoqOua
IIIHIIIIIIIIIIllMlllflVlllllllllllllMIHin a eaU measuring I feet, t Inch. through ad'.. I Oslusu.' _, nod amuumeI.s.ate
4. machine, two space beate th* Jock) a* against 228u ,... II. r. .. .. u-C ly S.
11 and steam table. Priced roes OR SALE-Pe. mower, excellent LOST-English cln bracelet. A but> the captain' forthright r*. > me previous year but owing 55 I"LUC I os. r.TaU00n1
condition l-ft cutter t P Store eron r' Market : ply wa: to the I. pesassilhleI
or flood waters 40YlnlSDtUfT"OTICI : :
3 the
enable locks
for quIck sal. Rk .ddems .1 55 i-l5 his '
Hotel. Phoaa 0151.KEFKIti .. .h.,. Row boat with nearly new Plggly-Wlggry.. % & A. Bur. Aitrs.v, ,e s-au II Isoens u.s.a 4054 ec "No' w* eOuldnatrekh him were closed torn of th* Urn and 0 INTIIN11Q1f TO alCIiTIIA. I Se i. sisdsl $'OlO0 554i,
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I outboard meter Phone 171. ton, Box lot Stilrt, Pta.lillIlllllilllllllllilltlllll assxrOu* ixDuoud out any longer." this may account in part for this CTrrlOUa NAMI

1 ERATI ON '2J.$ .4 d ;;,ejs. On the same day that Broomot i year's marked decrease "at...."I Soouhp' i-ms sass ... __ II. I 0,5,1,. lIsa Is-5 swp5Sm

Domestl .. I 111111111111I11I' m hi* big daIs twelve were W* asked ODay If ha fished = : ...".CII:::: I ai oia ses.ma.i moose
FOR SALE-Income property on NOTICElIllllllIliIlllliIllllliUIll sill. -". p ...ft .. .
f o Commercial )0F'Atsseus7Olrld I caught all told. The others In and h* ,replied: .. 05 Ci50 00. dIa.t:

gftFrigldalre ..- -_ :.*_j I old Dixie: Highway. Mrs. Earl SERVICES'' 11111111'11I"' 'the party,, all from Ooldsboro "Y*. we do but not fresh =.. ::s.Son. 4 =:=I..,":.... 0 l Is. is 5.4,1 5004.
STUART waUr. -
::5 Bmlth Rio Phone
ft Cibmii $ ; St. Lucia 29, $ were John K. Maxwell H. O. I take a boat out from '!otIJ_JBSSsStw 155, .
jl lit&. GIINo. 41-W, landscaping e staking. ., is'io, v.a. 0 s.1 Maxwell. Jr and C. C. Pay- 1'.'._ '
Flower etu'a
$7; FOR BALE.o 1MX2M ft. waterfront property aint- I 1044, FUhnhol now and then." wlU .._ .. ... = "
maaagenlag.
i Overhauled Painted and gnjr. The only Stuart boat to getsaIls "to I .
01 .
with riparian HghU. VeaM you know what on aid, Ow $555
jusii
carpenter war $one Ptihijc S S
c: ..
anteed. pleasant.. Mx34 ft. totUge directly work, cement work, geiL aJ ro- ThIs h is uo0lt leOrlcg the ,sbO. oh I on Sunday was the Blue the water look like at the in. ., 55 ...... .. .6 s se 055 sossl, ls
L. '1'. Bauer, Refrigeration j a nov Watera. Capt. Johnson fished his let," se 11ald 5.-s OssSvCIoi tOe IllS I.e .1 V5
aero* from deck. enss.05itue as.dibuo and
city OTJajf
: said isrt0
pain property h* U.O.5 .W 5040,
clearing; We 4 n.s.as. arty of Ted iso.. .....Sii a-g ,s.ssose p5.
WsdonuFok Bates
Service .
Stuart Auto Park. $2SM rails Rex B Care Stuart = Cedrte Sea- did.
lisp
all types of bean ulp- rs.bo -- ........... :
and
man Robert
f 'Ji,... m'IIO for a'S PIe' Healey mil I of A* to closing the lock 1
job,
year I 'It Ii, hFew York soon, buN 5. 0. PUSUO5'.m
City, before the ucg
wind0 wry, very doubtful Indeed 505501 ,: : s. _
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fOCIAL NEWS Happenings/ of the, WEEK IN STUART New 1aSs55 Hems for.this paper ilia"oil N t ,Wednesday reach Offic.Society the Phone Editor aewspapee; ?"' !i.I, !;i A,j i i iFOTG : ,I(I j jl] I




TEEN CENTER DANCE 122 GUESTS ATTEND A Stuart visitor recently was STUART HOTEL I Mr. and Mrs A. D 'Yttobellla! ;

Ec AL1STNw SPONSORS LISTED HomeDemonstration TOURIST CLUB MEET MUs Grace Neely, expert) in foodpreaervatio A. P.Gilbert of Columbia, B C' are at the Stuart Villa for two LOYAL OR Eli I J r
Adult sponsor! at the teen wnter AT CIVIC CENTER \ ,M the home demonstration left Jast week after a week's fishing ..ee D. 00 E ;

h lira dance at the Civic Center department Florida Prior to hi* visit to Stuart --- '- ama tobc, see
5.
s ra Saturday'night will Include Mrs Quests registered<< at the Monday State University at Tallahassee he tried !SO time for sailfish New York subway maps arc .MELT,, M.SM DAYS. I'I'i '
K While In Stuart Miss Neely,, who in iM NiN i I IM
Various of Florida. His J
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IREERI M011'Ea evening Tourist Club dinner part
O. M. Hancock, Mrs, W. C. Barf, Notes succeeded Miss Isabel Thursby made from a waterproof, staltu i ia
and meeting at the Civic Center Sat trii*- with Capt Ted Preston me ,
Mr* H. J. Greene and Mr*.Elisabeth By MISS LUCILE INSCOETh totaled 123 with New Jersey winning when she retired r'ce&tly\ from of Toley's Boat Yard, brought proof plastic that H produced' e At HWY f 1: t ,
P. Mad ra. The sessions the attendance record with active work, was the guest of Miss his first reward. with rosin from Southern pinetrees.

with and Luclle Inscoe, home demonstration ... I''
r-' open game singing at National 25 and ;New York; reporting 20 --- ..- -
I 1 1:30:: and conclude with dancing strstlon! Home Demon representatives for second place.A agent for Martin COllnt;>, Mr. and Mrs C V. Holmur and '\.
Council this
is C.
from.9 until 11. Admission hat year program of muslo and slides e Mrs. Michael Shefflngton! of
reduced to 15 stressing those thing which included- Steve Ploudre West ChlcttRo. friends of the Meal HO OUR OWN
been: cent effective build trombone quartet selection Palm WE : I
harmony In the
this week, In the nation, and home order of Joseph Philp, Wendell Beach golf pro, ep?nt Monday in Bishops, have 'left after a wsek's .

Other sponsors; this month will the world, It.I U realized peace by In- Waters Wayne Wll and Betty Stuart culling\ on old friends. He visit ficre. 7< '
Include: Mrt L. A. Arbogaat. Mrs everyone Lou Matheson, and vocal solos pent this summer in New York i'k; ,
that harmony In the The Rev. N, of New York II
Carl B. Roth and Mra. E. 1. home, order in the nation and by Miss Edith Matthews, accompanied where he was golf pro at the City and Dr. E. H. Duncan ,of I CRYSTALS TTED ENORA
Smith Feb in Mrs Dewey by Mrs, Blanche Slocum., Hamilton Inn which waa man-
1
I home
la essential to order Glen N. Y. '
In Falls
last
spent week
Th. i eat figures Hayes Mra E. D. Well. Mrs. the nation and peace In the Miss Matthews sang "By the aged by James Reardon Jt, now fishing 'In the Oulf Stream,They ., \ I I// 1"
RUCTION Joseph Constance Mn. D. S world, Waters of Mlnnetonka" by T. manager of the Sunrise Inn. I ;
Florida's home
o. p demonstration found the sallfishlng) up to all I
Hudson and Mrs. M. J MorrUon Lawrence, and "The Star" by
In Our clubs are joining In the -e- news reports, having landed
F two r
BY FI ,
It-
Feb. 21, Mr L D. McElfresh, Jam liogera The Rev. W O. Mrs. Charles R Orec&lees ,
Countr A l d a e, : program. returned leapers one, of which they had
Mrs Robert Garner, Mrs. Ft M. AldrIdge gave a talk on Egypt,
Saturday from two-: mounted.
a Others '
Some Inane boat
flame are now Kramer and Mill Mamie, Syra- of the essentials for Illustrated by slide. .
28 ahrmony In the home have !been, led Week business and pleasure trip! party wI'J'oJMrll.: Mary Marc and IMPORTED <* Mt' COSTUME JEWELRYVictory
3 prop" onette Feb Group singing was by Joseprt /- 1j
consu __-4-- \ .i pointed out and the women are! to Mew York City WrtUf there Mrs. Lillian Farley of Albany Stuart Fla. 1 111
arty at he rate of giving attention' thnv They Philp with Miss Syrcna B.' che visited the Herman Alglcrfamily l I N. Y.Mr.. Arc de I I.
Totten at the
j piano.
FOUR MILLION ElectricIMMEDIA Stoves Include the following.Proper The public Is invited to attend and Mrs. Helen Wyck- and'Mm-; : .. L---- '
DO PER off and son, former Stuart real- Harry rowllr. -- ----- ; ,
family relationshipsand the neat& meeting of the club a sky, with their ion and daugh-
YEARS a r.cordhight spiritual Influence are a fine (:SO pen casserole: dinner Feb.It .' d"ntl.'e II' ter-ln-law", Mr. and Mra Louis : 11(1THE (
he Moral Apartment SueRefrigerators> (foundation. Only those families at the'Civic Center, I Browar,. returned .to their St. Luc e Restaurant I;
Is clear SURE which have them can be composed Mr. R. C. King of Fayette- home In Fort Wayne 1n<1, aftera ,

you has ENOUGH of happy, contented, efficient BOB BARKER PROMOTEDBob tlll3, N. c., 1 spending the season two-week stay here' They willreturn I H( JSE OF GOOD FOOD (

Fir. In rant. to.cover members They are attained Barker,son of Mr*. Robert; in Stuart visiting her son to Stuart In March Unde the Management of
not by efforts at rsform- and daughters-in-law
Mr
ACTUAL Home Freezer. Ing but by transforming through Skelton of Stuart, has been pro- 'Mra William C. King of, the and At-I I M v. Pun;;;;; of AshcvllleI TSIMAS : .
of ANDY
RISING ALUES. love and spiritual guidance mottd to district manager lantic Court and Mr and Mrs. I I a winter guest at the Stuart
HAVE U1ED I Ele' Good financial planning* I In Eastern, South Carolina and Robert W. King, 209 West 4th 'Hotel I SERVES IHE BEST OF FOOD I.
the Canada Dry Beverage Core
which all members of the family' i St. A TRIAL IviLL CONVINCE YOU I'f
I
Water poration He Moved, with his Mr and Mr8--i'i.: Wrlrh have '
Beater I
have
a part, Is another essential I I
I wife and two children, from ; ] returned to Chicago aft'r two I SPEC L LUNCHEON 75c ,
The
budget of
Course should Include '
APP Stuart to Savannah less than a i William Sullivan, mathematics : weeks of fishing In local waters
DELIVERY allowances for food clothIng year ago to accept a' plant man teacher at Martin County High This Is their second winter visit Requests r8r/5peeil Dishes Filled
Emery lad of CASH & TERM health, education, recreation agerahtp there School, ha moved to\ the Stuart la tuart. '

Iwo and travel. And the children ,Hotel to make his home. ._ __,_ _.___ _, 1 !' j
usFt. Croat y Store should be counted In for their JENSEN CIIU-C-TO HOLD I e Mr.'and Mr'Wiil1alU McKen- !
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... 1$ Arcade 52 lematie share. It Ian t the dollars a family RUMMAGE SALE FEB. s-1 Mr. and Mrs John U. M'nnlnger tie o! Buffalo, N Y., are here for .. : e"NUREMBERG i
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has but the sense with which an extended stay, -- P
Jensen Beach i
The
Community
West Palm Beach they are spent that counts, !! and William Corl spent j
IALS" COMING SOON!
Church will hold sale -
a rummage
the week end in Miami. Arriving Saturday was Jacob !
The home and IU surroundingsmust II
at the Town Hall tomorrow and: Hubbcrt of 'I
-- have order and beauty. A Saturday from' 10 am. to S pm Baltimore who states FRIDAY
yo few harmonizing colors in the Mrs Lrla LUdwig left Mon that he Intends to remaIn until''
flower garden are better than a day morning by auto> lor her he has landed a salldsliOlh \ rl"Ne IIII "l/ AND
AFFAIR
'LOWE S For All OCCASIONS wide variety in hodge-podge arrangement SOCIAL BAPTIST VISITORS FOR home in St. Joseph, Mo.. after :r winter guests spending ;e SATURDAY t
spending six here with her
Th beauty of a Stuart Church members days the season here Include
Baptist Mrs
A
BOUQUETS & CORSAGES /CUT FLOWERS house Is\ order, its bleulng Is will be hosts Friday night(: and daughter Mrs. E and A, son-lrt-Kw.. Jr.Mr. F Hutchinson. Mt Carmel: .1', TODAY 1 DIY W.LY TWO BIG HITS
contentment; its glory Is hospitality Mennlnger (Thursday NO. 1r
)
& Feb. 6, to winter visitor who Con; Mr. and Mrs Frank Ze-
;
FfipRAL ARRANGE NTS han been guests of the church 5- mina! Bradford, Conn. brother- DOUBLE F v TU
DOMESTIC and IMPORTEIX CERAMICSSMITH' There can be ho harmony In this season The out-of-town Emanuel David of New York In-law and aka.et of Mrs C. D. ,
the home without health. Batter visitors will be! entertained at a. City, "'hoa\ nterlng here for McQuade; O P. Murphy Cleveland -
nutrition, foods, sanitation and social at the Woman' Club at, his health had a* his' guest at ; O C Rlezer, New HaVen R IGIJ S Sv
FLORAL & GIFT SHOP housing are essential to health, 7.3Q: Friday night, Feb. 6. the hotel last week Mrs Walter Conn.: Mr snot Mrs. Thomas W ( F Fruwax
VE WIRE FLOWERS even as better hospitals and t.owry, also of Mew York Mrs.' Olynn and Mr. and Mrs. Otto a 11r p' t
: clinics. Home .demonstration ARRIVALS THIS WEEK Lowrey Is an, artist& and was delighted SrhlcWl 1 of New Haven; Hon I : wN.o. -
Vrcsde Bldf, Effi St, Ft. Pierce f Phone 310-J I club members are becoming AT THE REX HOTEL (: with the hibiscus and and Mrs Robert De Wolfe, Portland '

much more efficient meat planners Mr. and Mr*. Voss Louisville,: other flowering shrubs as subject Me., and; Mr and Mrs ; i' ,

through their nutrition Ky.; Mr. and Mn. Clifford Wish': J for her water colors. P Semler ot Cincinnati._ | f'f f err
studies. and demonstrations man, Ont., Canada; Mr and,i ---- 'I rf

"W. Sell the Be J1j- .f "We Service the Rest1 They are. joining In efforts to Mr. Luther Pace, Evansvllle,' $ 1 1prliPSMtO ytanvaaw
obtain needed hospitals and Ind; William llonech and Wai-

clinics. lacy Haytock,Milford,Conn.. and sal um y. r HIT NO.2f0
?
Careful
,
e e Cleaning
STROMBERG-C ARLSON Mr anr Mrs Charles Hill, Bowl-' _

We have often.heard the comment Ing Green, Ky._._------.....:... j the Life
"You have no Idea how Lengthens .
Radios &1 Radio jrhonpgraphsBROS. much, food .It .takes to teed my .' Mr.and*. Hal Brown ,OfPlafnvllle
.., Hock A sack of fed lasts no ( Mas*.. and tfielr small I of Your Clrffhei N aomrutm 'I ;'
p
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lime daughter, Julie, have moved to
West Palm Beach and are tnak
Because feed requirements represent PLUS 7.JMA" 7.
BAR ETT beg their home with Mr*. Brown I :
about 60 per cent of the
parents, Mr. and Mr, Holmes A. :
Most in
total in operating a portent
expense Shepard at Corte Mexlcana, :35th \ ea
,want to / / a. (
317 Osceola Are Phone 209 poultry& enterprise we St. and Broadway. Brown is employed clothes re choose Vtt
have some idea of how much It x
by limes and Hlmee,-ac- cleaner And
_. feeding a ,
really takes for adequate s ti
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: countants. Mr* Brown' young t.- Mol n County Clean- t aU'WHO'S RIFNi
er sister and tier husband Mr
100 chicks'' will eat 10 poundsof e l ILL MORE -
and Mrs John Reardon, of .ere is IT! Completely trusl jjM>y with your veryheat i i -

BACK jfGAIN feed feed the the first second week; 20 week poundsof ; 30 Sprint Lain, N. ., arrived in You'll find the pricejf e:*\'nrl\ low, toot'! ALSO, P.A. T. It *.,* N.r.Ilr) B DEAD END GUILTY CATS'? |CrtoM N. la*
West Palm Beach a week ago and
pounds of feed the third week, I
will stay into March on a vacation -
and 40 pounds of feed the fourth Expert Dyeing B rlou Mh Proofing. '
A New SkJliiieiJJ i of All-Wool, weckl : The Reardona are living SUNDAY AN MONDAY
across the street from Corte
ROLANDS HAVE DAUGHTER Mexlcana. The youngest Shepard 2 Days Hnly

|Axmin i r Rugs Mr. and Mrs William ... Roland daughter Helen, now Mrs Martin Cownty Cleaners
of IndlantoWn have a new Clif Muuson, t* living In SOuthern -
California. The Shepards GEfRGE KEITH /a//
daughter born Jan. 27 at Martin
and their daughters as well aa
.
She
weighed
Hospital.
I County Ibs.. 5V4 oa. Mrs. Roland returned -I Mr. Reardon, are former residents Opposite Citizen I nk Stuart, Fla.WE'VE -
and Carpets this week to her home in of Stuart and have many ,AS Y4GEAS Tz'F

Kin Indlantown. friends here THE REPRESENT.,. A I IlT
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[ sizes! from 6 by wup. A fine election DAUGHTER: IS BORN GOT THE QA SWVt y"'r

I of patterns fro which to choose. Mr. and Mra. John Malcolm HEATER TN / S ,
Watson of Indlantown announce 1
(Price begin"at I trw birth of a daughter Carolyn,
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital 1AKE..I'.EA

$ .95 I Jan 13._ FOR YOU fflNIB'

KAREN ANN ROEBUCK

Visit us in our newjBiwroom at 900 South I BORN Mr. and JANUARY Mrs. Robert 29 Roebuck .

Dixie opposite the ML In Fort Pierce, have announced the birth of a R.

daughter... Karen Ann, Jan. 29
la' Martin County Hospital She

i weighed 7 Ibs., alii oa. w 1 1
K HOWARD h r a I e rNee
GRIFFINER Inc. I ARTHUR SPEEDY
ARRIVES JANUARY 10
I Mr. and Mrs Huber Speedy
FLOOR :( ERINGS have announced the birth of a

(** i son, Arthur Howard, Jan 30 at r l ii'No kiIAD
FOR I FLA. I the local hospital. Bs weighed r
Ibs., 10 M. !

DwHil ,

Granite c Work For Yon!-No handling dirty) r ppp; lNp'l l VI MdYAfIISiI&4U 1 l
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'mss Knives. AL 'uel no fire-Undine.. I
DISNCr C Rr00N u.yW1Ad
Wa, Mean) Heat I No Dust, Dirt, Ashes, I
roe Ews I(
p } Hatchets -S Mashing,'ToiU 4

Garden 4' yi
How a ., i Saws, sr. mt Heat and Circulating: Warn Air. TUE and WED. IURS., FKB. 12 ;

'J. y Vorka perfectly with any chimney, Fe 10 1l ouble Feature 1 1HISiI

Shovels ( } tai j Shop Hammer I IRakee t #ith Coleman Automatic Draft Meter

I !teautiful Brown Duo-Tone Enamel I
l 1nish..,. I. <,CE55T IILaM[m MM kdi8Ri +

F THAT JOB huts out more heat at lower fuel cost NOU7P05YTI i
EARYS I ,
FUHERME&i Yo will find a vrfe election of fishing equipment in our store. .a

Such Nationally A *rti.ed'Fis! r*>g Rod A* PlyFle*, Actionrod: Shakfspear
Wondered, True T per. Guide free and Tycoon A varied ortmepl' .( Plugs, tow From $69.50 1 1i

Feather, Spoons, Is, Lines, Sis, .Ho ok., eta ,s palCE-

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For fVhing 'InforrnationDrVp Fewer lower, optional: squlpmont"
deliver I warm air ert Doer level.

'In TodaySTUART COMING! ,
>M Our Complete Une Of Coleman Healer Nowl I "OUT OF THE PAS,.*
a-wt R_ Mllckn,

: !HARDWARE CO. HALL'S EL CTRI SERVICEPOST .A maw: '+ "CAS1 TIMpEHLAISlTWM> ..d! Tracy' I i .

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Phone 108 : p,. King,. VBemard Coker Stuart, ,Fla. IM N... f'1o..

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FACE EIGHT TAE STTART NEWS, STTART Ham COCNTY, FLORIDA THCRSDAf FtBRCARY 5, 1MICLI1 I r

t'sA.tn5' itaanuea.. BUILDING PDNITJ

I COSTS REDUCED I $70,000,000 Fund Covers State's Jobless I Week's LegalInstruments l L.1_load.M CHATTEL 1..e/'r thesu( esd"MORTOAGa S ew a l..wMl I......M7t.....( reoN.D. 5.5.5.a..se be =1 .sad It as.....

WE BUV Junk, .Tlll1ahaS8 t>, Feb. 5 There I a..Met,. .Pe.eeeus DEED, J..., tie IIlIItla r... ..),.-/.. //111".11,' .......' y I

\vre ked cars, scrap has! b'en a arum" reduction\ In --- L l'.wntrFEZ aIMPLEOn. !=---.r.; .r.'i..5i .:i1 t.l.11L, '
.
[ coppe d brass.Cots operational costa and a decided Tallahassee, rob 5, Cur- FUORIDAtNEMPLOYMENTOMPENSATION f C.rt. M "!:'. J.ete5"a.- dank. =!bae4- ...
up. ""lng tn local office activitiesl rently more Ulan $70,000,000 In f BENEfiT.PAYMENTS WAKANTT
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the employment: service under' In the Florida Unemployment> NEr: AND."COLLECTIONSf939.1947' flt ... Hllto; IM* tm MIHM. J. .T... -
1. t c. M M I. T loose
ne er
e 1 Stale operations as compared (Compensation Trust fund from I -COUTAT
AUTTOlPARTSSoutlDixie with th- Federal control according which. Florida worker In covered i: !15 a w H1n-b..tse. 5. n- T.wke1eS._.....
I I / Iedl.e' Wow. 'M. t. C. a. A
$"t to Chairman Carl B Smith I'mplujaneiH may draw\ ben'flUhon I Ito HoJIHko" 1'1101.' .. FM. M111.r.hour. ,
HighwayFort of the Florida Industrial Cum they low their Jobs thru I OAtANtE IN FUND a.CONTIIIIUTIONS ( .. .. Ii........ 5e j., A. ".,._ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
1..(' f'\C f Pierce mtiston! On Nov la, 1948. the no fault of their own according I ,i 14 __IINUITII fnnt 015,5.... fl a N C Wilbur OhM ,
,r 'Phone 129 CI i .runlsslon ti user the employment I I'r Curl B Smith, chairman iif l '2.Sj-SI-U,12Uf HiMemP.. .< W.rtkar! ,lot. I 10 KmrtlL. Real Estate PhdWography
I 11.31.40$11,02eaM ?S 't11.34ct 8f,(_
servlc from Uw federal the Florida {EaduoUla CoinmUj : I O \
r o. $Nsas01.13: : Pss4 g.wttt HMltr Conpanr to HnrrW
; AT roferrfirntIn Approximately 355.000 ',or U : t/llsb.tb too M WI lfiW D >r4. ,
.
it-31.45. at.asesl/ T.e Ioe Lorpvnitlnii% to B .tl M.rtin.HIibM r
out of every 100 worker lij Florida 12 ..-.115.1..71. I. .nj WorUm I. Votive. H. G.r-
AI K 3e .. AERlii
(ire protected by .tM Insur- PORTRAITS AND PHOTOGRAPHY
At'Caren ,
1" 11.3/5-1 51.042,404.11II Ldwsr; ) A. 'Taylor.to
spanPails ance hlrh Is paid for by more } Mi.t.S": :
than q.ooo| employers |n tin> '12.SI."IS"SI1I29.21 Juke W Slokn MA1Ma Cwinlr. Krue r Bldg. Box|63 Phone 32<
t htJI.4r.:y$!!.ssa,05.10. .A 115.ACl ION Uf MOHlbAtiKPr
;
t 1 Wittfaetf I tlilM I :: ; f .H K. (1irll_. to Moore r LreCHI ..
tier employer ctiiitrlbutloin fur IO ra> B..oli, .( stows M Pseleet.na l i t
I .
'I hree Or i i ))947 which have already reach-d I ; > .
elblyn91e ; tacos.. CIIU' to A. 1. what. st 4., IIAMI ?AINTtO
$11639,75157 are only I a little \ ; AFFIDAVIT ADVCIl115d!!
I mon than $2500000 !lest than: I 8 t f j I.re.. IlsNUn-t t. TM Pub ,

lit' wnoiint paid by employers "MICA' ..rQn'a.sl.. N TIoo P1e.' 1
f ,tin the psukr-war-ilme; ac*1 o ; ''' .- a.a..ont Las rENDENSTraclM t. Tb. 1'.11.. I 1

HONE 302 tlvlUe- In Florida In 1944:: This) 2 i ) Mate Hank rw P H wlla.waM011TGAGE i
:ourcrt\ << deiplti' the fact thatnlilloy..r t
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1'1I D. 1iI..nt a8w.
.t 1,5 N
E rates were lower tea 07 : ....
today and out day aftv tomorrow, *ftiat'l what the (uurth quarter of 1M7 On I.F + Hor n. N t1s.e. Rank of stern..

95% of our customer (ethvben they brij their sets the other hand net-beneflt paymcntK : J.or.( H PoWe".....n.O F!.ATTORNEY Ore< fl./ ............. 235 Old Dixitf Hi-way '
Ic u* for service. Our nAdern hop a|d complete for 1947 amount'!'d to $4.- : I aATL=FACTION OF CHATTEL Stuart

parts stock make it poisibl Just phonfut or bring 601OU whkh was the highest I Bask of ,....,MORTGAGE_ .. I. IMnthrlm, PHONE 276
loi, any year since the program s IIA liSt ACTION OF JUDGMENT e
in your srt. hat been: In ol1era.t1cifThIS U, M. i. Coiuhmt .kr T. 8. Flllnj: Jr.. W IL

nut .i reflection of Increased art.tmplovnienl .- CRRTIFtpe.IEDsCOPY MA'UIIAGE LICENSE
If It's Electrical a Have t. as compared with .4 I w...,RL e..ey.ond- .. .. ..1:10.: -.-...-.11...--
iti "pro-war years however (the
nunilx-r of weeks of unrmployni I
'
3
FOR
HUTRADIO 'in compensated Was 27 per
mil[ Delos'" the number comjTenitd QUICK AND DCPENDA&E jfbtVICE
in, 4040, the next high.it.veur : ,,2
and AP I CE Co. Horn the standpoint ofl Phone 2VOLLRATH |
l 1'.iun trio The increase In pay-
202 Osceola Ave. Phone 302 i:.,tut ,as, compared with the pr1'ar I
Ii I ID pars Is a result ol Increa*. d II THH PLUMBER
i
sages whlrh In turn are reflect- 0'
'd In >rrreuse In tile size of the: ISIS lIMO '141. 1542,1143, 1M. .... .044 II4tSOURCEt WE ARE EQUIPPED TO HANtSE ANY SIZE JOB

i ivnaKp we kly unemploymentDuring I l lpuSnren ._ :pi.ORIDAINtlusl'staLc0MMtss10N':: ) : : ._ __.________ ,. NO JOB TOO. LARGE 1 NO JOB TOO SMALL

1947 57 cents of each''It I trlbutloni paid by covered em-, CONSERVATIVE FARM ESTIMATES SUBMITTED

I dollar of lontrlbutlons received: plo) >'m on taxable wages sine 1 :OPERATIONS URGED I
uas paid out In benefits TheJW I' SERVICE
VOLLRATH PLUMBING
the b-ginning of, the program
Y & NIGHT t lax revisions of the !law Jacksonville, feb B. "Con
: v hull provided! for reduced taxes I through: December 1441 approxl tinued instability of world conditions 311 AKRON AVE. U \\ STUART FLA.
in payrolls after July I. H'47wtif [mated $101.000,000. both economic and polItical ,
::8)1 ERVICE I : t not reflected in the tax I Duilng the same period, the makes It very Important In
"I: ml;, ,re lions until the fourth quar- I t Federal government paid >S>67.- my opinion that our Florida farmers -
;' ''H, "il 1947 During the fourth 1102 plan their operations for
offered at Stuart 95 !In Interest on theFlorid
yu,.lit'r' of) last year 81 cents! of this year on the most conservative -
ru every day in the tell dollar of contributions re- Un:roployment Compensation basis\ ," said William L Wilson PORTABLE TYPEWRITERSJB
I fi-vul" was /paid out In benefits 'I Trust Fund on deposit In the director of SLat Markets,
year. An invaluable I When the full effect of these U. S Treasury The total benefits today. "It has always been considered

e e r i ice particularly ;- I reduced t lax rates Is felt It IsfiUtnuted paid to eligible tinemploy a good policy for farmersto
I that b-neflt payments I do their best to 'live at home' Back
Re
ed workers amounted to $35 Again ington Rand
,"
ring an emergency I and t lax receipts will be approximately -that Is, tq produce on their
in the wee hours of lie mornirV Always relyon I equal 826,188 30 from February/ 1, 1939. own arms, and by their own efforts I
Tru, t lolal lunount of gross con- 1 when benefits w!re first payable, a maximum portion of the I
Stuart Drug for paincJhkinf of I .- -- --- Deluxe Model Portable
filling your pre. -- -- i to the end of Dec,11. 1947. food consumed by their families I :

scription. Freshest ingredjents -year* of experience: Beware Coughs Florida's trust fund Into which With no very' definite indication I
of a let-up in the 'high cost ofliving'lt
all contributions are pooled and
assure you fidelity! seems that this business' -
colds Irom which all benefits
from conmoo are paid ,of producing food on the farm,
can be used for no other
purpose for use of the farm family Isl i
That On than the payment of benefits to
Vang I
,eligible, unemployed workers in very important" for the coming e i\ A4
Cnomulslon rriMps promptly because Florida "This trust fund U a months.' t#
',,' It goes rtKl* il the sot of the A light volume! of tomatoes,
trouble to hrljT, kxjWn and expel backlog against a depression. II moved through the! Fort>r Pierce I tState
germ laden pliftrot, *d aid nature insures unemployed coverei d ,
Farmers' Market
ijlJ1Hfr i nnun BflfiP.! to soothe anrifflaal rait tender, In- workers some Income whin they during I
I flamed brondhUl ins u.mem.brazil's. are thrown out of work. Bene the last wek, prices ranging
.Tell Jjr druggist to sell you from $1 to $4 30 a field crate. I
THE REXALL STORE a bottle of Ojf omu lon with the undrraMndtniVFou Ito paid to unemployed workerslikewise Replanting of spring; tomato
Ii' must Ilk the way it assures businessmen of
acreage damaged by cold has
Phone u check on diminishing purchasing -
11 Stuart, Fla. h been practically completed. Mar-
to : I
power Actually, if all in-
RarMULS10N
ket Manager Williams
M. E. at

'\, ?!!!!!!!!!!fi'l1..fj! iil!! .f.t-t !;fj.f1.i4 for C Coiifii,Chest Colds... ,Bronchitis,. I: necessities were dustrial laid workers off would, their not In spending b the} cut State for off plantings tb week at end 4.500 estimated to 8,000 acres these.I _

I completely as unemployment Insurance Ij
''J ,
( f would fill part of the 1 ,t?l, p't j aStandard
S\;
imp caused by lost wages" Smith .
:' GENERAL I stat'd 'y4,

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1 11.t KINDNESS PLATFORM' "I
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CUTS PRICES/IN Pciisacola, Feb. 5.- (FNS) Phone 2498 Do No.
John O. Shows, Pensacola VERB BEACH, FRIDA
I BID TO STOP INFLATION of \
4 threaten. to toss his hat Into the ;
',< HERE IS (blE OF MAN* SAVINGS Oovrnor'i race He would run Sold and TILE Installed
on a platform of kindness and
G. E. Airliner Rangl- $2B9f5 Now 5249.75 brotherly love! He would Issue Asphalt and Rubber Tile

Immediate De / pardons to any convict :who' for fl s
+I II Ii It Iw cry would tarnish a letter from his Plastic and Aluminum .
I t "MORE GOODS FOR TORE PEf LE AT LESS COST." pastor recommending such a Wall
F
fieFloor
pardon 'He would provide barbets
, of food regularly to all Sanding fid 4-

I MARTIN COUN Y LECTRIC CO. nfdy persons who came to his ug Cleaning row keyboard '
office with
a Similar letter from | '
Oehon BIdg. Phone 7S their pastor. Bulldog Corirete Forms $ 427
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--- the "New
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,. Deal" look like a poor imitation Use Te atedly Save gives years and years of dependable service I INOUDIXO TAX
I He claims-he is lining up votes money, matf-ial! and man .
I Dy the tnousanas and will ksurV j For years! thIs? ,P chine! Hew bei the lnnd-by of f Handsome Carr" lng'

l = Fuller Warren Shands, SPA BRI business and famifts C'OM '"''udedl'l
IGHT McCarty and the enUre UULr'U"1 PRODUCTS professional all over Amer. -
I
t a Hlmteir""Help program Your Neighbor ds RVICE II lea. Every member uses it. Jnother for correspondence Iml Touch, Method \

IS LIF ...._. .. ", ,"-- .,. dad for work :Iff, the children for Typing nstnKtlOfiIook
their lessons. Survives
rough on I ready usage .
I THE FUNf AlENTAL NEED FOR LIFE gives maximum of
FOR HOP! -1- FOR WARMTH THE a service f ith a minimum of
a "
,"I.. I repairs. and because of thise six special fea

:\' IGHT I I "TALK of THE OWN" tures machines turns out work the equal f of full sized office



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{" 'JJjJ W :J j' IS CESSARY FR THE MAXIMUM OF COM- I DINNERS f I__ 95

[ Cl 1\1 FOfT FOR V SENSE OF WELL-BEING. ALSO NOW IN STOCK
j / FQft SOFTENEb Howard Johnson' /arlou.
CL LIGHT: TEMPERED LIGHT Ice Cream

VENETIAN I CALL FOHT PIERCE 225 NOISEL S REMINGTON
ALL !F V
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LOne Of Our Representatives Measure Your Horn,1 Ma
T1ASO MAIurACTOWIO< ca : e
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THE ITTJABT NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNTY' FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1941 PAGE NINE I

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AMILY PROBLEMS River,Okeechobee, st. Lucit and HEADS MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION the '
wholesale like hIm.
retreat now under
[3 BE DISCUSSED Monroe. PULLMAN SPACE way from headquarters of are of course tin other .i'i'Ther. I

Th series of conference, to Florida Gideon's army, many others are prospective entries Many expect j ,
J A public meeting/ for,discussion be conducted by the General Ex- I coming to our\ way of thinking Walter Rosa to be a candidate II .1 '
If C -community Action for ToIiy tension 01>I 1 al 1 o n representing TIEUPS SCORED While the list of Republican on an anti-soles .tax prat- 'I II
Ferris
Florida'* SUte-iupported universities Wheel Presidential possibilities la form and we continue to heat I' :
Involving elgDtJuntl j
,
Families .
with the of ... MUM.BT cover very hush-bush, 'f' \ I
at sponsorship I shrinking the lines of Florida
held Park
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will > the Florida State t Conference of HORTENSE K. WELLS gubernatorial hopefuls eontlnu's talk of a group who plan .to I''
lempie Methodist Church in Social Work has been requestedby Snarl Winter Traffic to i IJ Among numerous Items In the I to grow 5vhie'still five shortof bring out still another entry J fl'under fl'/ I
'
Ion Lauderdale Monday. M. J:.. community leaden from all Florida Cole 9 we-don't-know department II'' the 193 high of II candidates, Whether you like 'em tall 1
good chairman for the regin section of Florida The conference DeclarealacbonV1lle whether or not member of ttte the field offers' Wide range of short dark, blond or.ho t-b.- I
today extended an and at Fort Lauderdale an all. 8 nate Foreign Relations Committee choice. It you prefer the enthusiasm you there's a type for every I fI"fI"1.ET ">

loa (o the general! public day meeting, will be divided Into Feb 5. Harold are Shakespearean addicts of youth, 29-year old Dick taste _.. 1! i
ocd, churches*, schools, civic: three leulons. A round table Colee executive vice-president, Some or all of them mayor Cooper\ Is your man, If you believe US REMOUNT ,4
T. raps and welfare' agencies to discussion of 'Family Needs To ndrlda State Chamber of Commerce (: i may not be admirers'of the In experience 80-year-old
I nd representatives. Counties day" will be featured at the said he Bard of Avon, but well bet a Bernarr McFaddn II 1 the answer YOUR DIAMONDS,
region are Martin, Palm morning session which will was about ready plats of favorite If "h'
|i th begin our Spanish you like 'em tall-dark-and- ,
'
rseh Broward, Dade, Indl niiiiniiiiiiiilllllllllllllUIMIIlllIll U 10.i to blame antiquated reservation bean soup that, after listening handsome either Dan Mccartyor ..' i I Ipmo14on

,"" I I llllllllfiiliiiiiiiimiimiimim'.HiiiiiViTfNS i l l l i t I i t .m__ .mmmn.' .", City methods for employed the reported In New empty York to the proposals of Bernard Colin English will fill the bill,
Baruch, their reaction was that with Fuller Warren appearing to
aboard
Florida-bound
apace of one of WS s forthright characters those who prefer them blond. /
Pullman cars He said he had
been In constant personal contact I : *"-Oh H-t What have' we and-handsome In the event the reeartUCO t ,s I ,
with! Seaboard, Atlantic I here? aggressive type 1 Ie your choice, A
Known to be !in opposition
Coast Line and Pennsylvania to you'll certainly take a second i
I some of the administration look at Tom Watson, while Bill
STEV & --SIPPIJE i railroad tUe past several passenger weeks officials, In an at for ,policies Baruch was Invited to Shands will suit those who like 1
!
CPmpt to straighten out whateverIt I give the committee the benefitof them forceful yet suave and I
his views on the Marshall 'there'll Watch a Ring Repairs I
DESIC CONSTRUCTIONPHONE U that la choking probably as be those who vote for
many as 200 Pullman plan. Baruch obliged, endorsed Buddy Baskln Just because they 107 N, 2n St. Fort Pierce
768 oft Florida trains at passenger New Yorkth aid to Europe and outTrumanedthe "
i iRE President and -
on taxation
Pennsylvania station,each t-
other domestic
24 r problems, approving -
ESCAPES. "I have requested the Pennsylvanla practically everything ,
the Republicans oppose. sort of
railroad to the
telegraph
P. p, POX 606 FORT PIERCE FLQRIDA | State Chamber dally, at Its ex Ilk and! Inviting him a guest throw to dinner 4-Wheel-Drive Power I I.
having hand
a
pen**, ((1)) the number of Pullman -
grenade as he enters the door.
units -available tor New
llllinllllllllllllllHIHIIIMIMJlllMlllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII! !! !!! I/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlT I!! !!! York-Florida travel covering the Tlte- forthright, though delayed I
statement of General Gets Jobs Done
r previous 24-hour period; ((2- the "llte"laa more "
shot In the arm for the Dewey-
number of such units occupiedout
MORRIS SATES oh L ahead.'Corn Products RffiningC., a had Taft forces, a shot definitely not
of New York() City, tor the long Mperlntcc I 1 I ia rrkuKnral drld, Is 1948 president i of National In the, for
arm those not classing
same period; and\ (13) the number AswcUtim of Minafscturers. Bro.Rbt >. on Vir"nil farm, h. "begs wit THE NIVERSAL ,)
I at such units unoccupied due career In Granite to cancellations at New York "...,"-""iI"I list of "dark horses" diminishes w !
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City for the same period. and the choice of eligible for the ,

"At the same time I was In Republican nomination becomes
telephonic communication with Martin County Man Raises more limited, we find ours-lves
the Pennsylvania's New York with a slight feeling of sympathyfor
City Pullman booking office and those who may find them '
war advised by It that no rooms Glads Topping N. Y. Market selves with an unwanted candidate

Here's Another or lowers were available between on their hands That the !
r Jan 13 and Feb. 19. If, during way"Vfelt about Wallace forIcePresident

that period. Pullman space continues Oorge Hlronlmus U growing JAYCEE MEETING SET / the way we still
Reason for to roll Into Florida from some of the finest gladioli feel about him and Judging from _

New York devoid of passengers. ever produced In Martin Countyon Pensacola Feb. S.-John Ben _
usingTUXEDO I think we can place the blame his farm near the South Fork Shepperd of Texas dynamic 31- Prows FAST RELIEF for -

t fairly on booking methods in Shlpmenta during the last few year-old president of the U 8 t I"a I L ri
New York City that no longer weeks' have been averaging 65 PAIN S RIESel
serve travelers In a realistic Inches In length with some as Junior Chamber of Commerce
,FEEDS'k manner. long as 72 Inches, Hlronlmua will deliver the principal address Iheu.sl'na, S gis, tsmbgq

had to put bean-crate tops on before the mid-winter confer Ewe, S' saolet! 4 e ..Gt
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,, top. of regular gladiolus hampers ence of the Florida Junior Nn rya Mar a Y, le,Nra.bdn, ah.
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euulra n nwwl.r n.r(
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cox. M
to ship the long-stemmed beauties Chamber qt Commerc here Saturday a rise'. M p..r lw Nkl'AA \ tee i ,
which have been toppingthe BALM r { tee, kry k, A nl.l bar, _
SEA New York market. Stuart may be represented se sue of .rtnlu t. nd p.eu
"The Delter Eat he seIIP'I'ROPERLY
They Iligl r They by Director Paul Young
You can honestly say, he ..
HO E told The News, "that home' ?
fed livestock health! faster growing a grown goads I rank with the best

lire lock-weighing moi per poiprofit d of feed consumed TACK "MCOMPAN in the -world i Stuart One of 8 \
giving you a bet en market day Hlronlmus also called attention I
come around. to the fact that disease-free ? nYou're
lily bulbs from Martin County!Cities Furnished 'p. I
Meek and poultry raiseil find thf;y ate time and
work by Using Tuxedo Feedl. JSo eo punted feeding were used to restock the coy

program. In Tuxedo Feed* 4>ur*to< and poultry Ret plantings around Lake Placid. Film Libraries For field word for o6-roa: sating, for heavy going,
The Martin lily 1s known a* "the
the proteins,'the vita-lop the mm orals, and other Pal 0 i Plugs St Lucle." : I I the Universal'lep" has ,,-...&LeI drive to give you the

element they need for betreult)<| very ingredient Pen Pee Reels The gladiolus grower Is vice- i pulling power *>u need, WiiSall four heels at work,
!."lia*>raU ry-teteJ, feeder leeted to give you the chairman of Martin County Oahvsvllle. Feb S In an f the Universal f'Jeep' pulls* mperaent] at
: tractor
greatest Value in eery pond oil feed purchased. Rod d Reel pair'sngt' chapter of the American Red II effort to met Increasing demands |
of :2Ho J Foul wheel. drive takes the
speeds mph.
lay Cross, and was on the Job for I for audio-visual Instruction -
e Prompt rvece two week. night and day a* the general extension division "jeep" throuu mud, up tooth grades or straight

STUART FEED WOJ5EILACLER Penn Reels chairman of the disaster committee representing the University cruss- ountry.
during last'September's of Florida and Florida State University l+
South Bend Tac ee And when Sou are hauling or towing on the road, II
hurricane. ,
AVE. PHNEPIOUXEDO Sell Part for VII two-point recently program announced consisting of a you shift the eep" to :2-wheeJdnve. | for economy at

Make of Reel BANKS 52nd several new extension and residence reguLar high iy speeds.

Harry SwinglehurV IN STATE'S PULPWOOD classes In visual Instruction What othlr one vehicle oltlri you so wide an
EEDS and a survey service to
PRODUCING COUNTIES
operating ra e-6 speeds forward, 2 reverse-auth :
Owner those counties desiring: to establish I A Pretty lenline I
Old Dixie Highway Florida' Importance teas pulpwood visual aids centers adaptability i> almost any farm j joh? See this versatile '

FOR: LIVESTOCK A POULTRY Near Jensen Beach producing State Is shown t Formal courses are now being After A Trip tory farm vehicle that spread in coat vet more jobs the

j. Vi a recently compiled tabulationo conducted and others are being 'round : i J
.. _.n'_ .. _. the State's cut by counties, planned by the two universities. Beauty SsloWadnlwl' year '
th .research and Industrial division Charles F. Hoban, Jr, who recentlY I "
I of the State Chamber of Joined the faculty at Flor w, Iona r erMedkreal. I
Commerce brought out yesterday\ ida State University, will head I. I., r babe'' LET US DEMON THAUWILEY tiI I
in its weekly business review the program at that Institution Los vkr .wry 5.1.n. ,wPeso.r the Universal. {
J .p" oa
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"'!trio tabulation U particularly The College of Education af the I wIU rw. '.0t.W.'r. f.rm-ih I
r
your
MOVE: YQUR) TRAILER eed N alw rw rrCer you I
useful because of the University of Florida. In '
county Cooperation M r-odd w.w, ru .a... how it works.. U 1 1pickup ''aCtor, i
breakdown and Is the result of a with the extension division .e hied warn at en. .bra. a or 10 truck
j survey, completed In November will offer both campus and rte U a power .nil ) Open" i
1M7 by the U 8 Forest Service extension courses In audiovisualaids C
.rc equipment Ipuwct m the
ON In cooperation with the State's with: Crutcher In charge. ukaog. k? y? ,

YO OWN LOT pulp mllla. The State total production During the 18-month period VICTORY ; I
1 reached 865167 cords ol since June 1(46 when the extension -

AND, UV I ft IT WHILE YOU softwoods and 3,672 cords ol division "reconverted" BEAUTY SALON
hardwoods Its war-time program In visual '
Production In cords by counties Instruction, 8.600 educators have Miss Marie McGee MOTOR CO. 'E
Included 2.600 In Martin attended more than 40 meetings
BUILD IN I ER TERRACE County which ranks 1t (2nd conducted by the department. 8 Year Experiencet. I

among the 62 counties reporting. During this period eight county VkMr AreMh. Slu.rl rim. USED CAR LOT !
The Martin figure tops its surrounding libraries, to distribute film and TED HITT ,
; HIGH "ND'DRI ou F FLOOD DISTRICT neighbors Including film strips, have been established "
\0 Palm Beach, 193, St. Lucie, 2.587 at Sarasota Bt, Petersburg
i
MILES NORTH OF St ARt ON OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY and Okeechobee, :, e7. Bartow, Gainesville.: Tavares.: I I Ii {

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Klaslmmee, Dad, city and Stu i
..1 "Investigation! C discloses that art. Plana have been made to
establish additional centers at "TH
.\ SIR BLEWATER Just one person may tie up a
Orlando, Tallahassee; Montlcel-
II flock of Pullman space for days
lo. Fort Pierce Punta Oorda and
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upon day and by releasing 24
[ hours before time of train departures Sebrlng.
10, ROTTC NT LOTS suffer no financial loss, Florida' Interest In establishing
audio-visual
material
(caching
Pullman scalpers find bonanzas '
space
a In such loose operations center Is rapidly surpass- THE FORMAL OPENING OF r
.. big similar Interest In the pioneering 1 t '
This abuse,In our opinion wouldbe 4
Eastern States, comparative *
materially reduced were reservation ;
SE : holders required to release reports Indicate i iJOHN RODDEftBERRY'SFURNITURE

apace they cannot use fully 48
hour before train departures,
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or suffer complete loss of the .

coat of the space,
UBIN 'By' ; requesting the Pennsylvania -

.to.report Pullman apace STUART
conditions to \Us dally It Is pos
REALTOR slble that som of the existing rTe a>HC

abuse may be cleared up. for we 'i
812 2nd St.\and Ave. A Fort
expect to exert every pressure Pierce
OUGHT SON BUILDING
possible to 'stop this great financial Last SfeturdayJ Jan 31 tl:
loss to Florida'I .
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W. OUR OPENING SALE i

WHY, PAYYOUT, A :LOT SpecWho.tea .


(Qf Good Hard Caak to Repair 1 wr Car and StillVat Hav/ What It Need' Let Us, Make A Complete Will Continue Throughout February !

>>ob .Of It, Including Tire Se'Down t Covers Even Vkuran/*, and Pay For It On Our Low Cost r. Low Rentals

.' Payment When in Fort Pierce do not fail tcXdrop in and inspect

1sf. alia one of the outstanding displays of furniture on the east
B' DGETTK PLAN ,,k- cottit. '
j Real .tat. nauranee

: MO/TOR/ CO. coda car an
WILY
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CASH
E. TAYLOR OR TERMSPhone
ARTHUR AUSBORN AND RUSfl WILEY .
[ Osciola Bid,. n ... 1MJSTDART e

I, North r >."J Highway > Phone 291 ,, Fort Pierce 150

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'fE1 -. THS STtART; NEWS STUART, MARTIN UNT.Y' FLORIDA, _THURSDAY, \.FEBRUARY: '.. 5, 1945 ._._ ,

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PUT ON THE BRAKES BEFORE SHE BLOWS UP f-ftAtSR? \ FOR fEACEWMtlix ? ..THANKS CHAMBER WORKERS

0!% ptfuart e\u ( foe tin ...,,.r M.1. hllffin Thanking the people of Martin County for their
I ram* I. 1 kiuHKumu AIL. e"Y5'* 'j.I. 1948 Chamber' of< Commerce
ilw w..hliiirt t ter ruse r*, .iiortir ./{-' iw| at.. concluded, 1.. C Kickliter chairman
....mk.>. M HlmtlML) drive, now officially
published every Thursday at of the drive, said today : .
J 01
Stuart Martin County, Florida,' Almighty Cod, Father
by Stuart Dally :News,. Inc., a ; 1Ifi men, to Tltet tae raittMtityu/ officer of the Chamber their time to make '
t Florida corporation. hearts jot IfHventnrt from forcesof "OK.ye their volunteer'

Entered as second-class mail evil and ui ,pray for peace jot I the contacts: In thin campaign \
drive
successful 'this
I rAe: matter at the post office at M that Dcltorr/ also. WI beseech effort, there could have been no of year: .
businessmen the
Thee the dan It meant so much more also that the com
Stuart Florida, under the Acts from grtater fellow
eLl I or March 5,1879. of mtrnlvei. have mushy should be contacted by their busll'lesamell.
upon
get mercy!
1 A RNfNt confidence, expressed In work showed 'in my Wtion ,
AT A FREE PRESS ut and forgive ta far our part in Their ;
35 YEARS (OF SERVICE the "prrtent destitution of the tuartcjAwaltrn more than anything else could the grpwing. strengthof

A and n. If..... &tlil)! WM 0 \ylry.lal ut each on' to arms of the Chamber of Commerce.
/ pan lid tw Stuvt Itr.a, Ikllrii "": eeii / In tht OClOc::=:lOaoc::r-::zolCl'l1prticulturally :
our nsibllliy saving IOClO
A FREE PEOPLE Il-"** .c=:::::
Falir .nuk 3l'lit* world from ruin. Open our eyes
TIIKMnr
Witt T ... .w. .. end .
mind Speaking
"h 2. n III. and hearts to the desperate
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fona.a Ortoh-r I, !site H>
oct
lacllslblj d h !( M'.r.Y ao'xa aD l1r flight/ of millions Amuse
i .., flwr.r: _
Int. r;.
.U krq .n.iI
/ wftofiUt / :=:
ui from indifferent/ into u =====rOClO OClOc: OICl':

-- none of ut fail to cite:' lilt ut culled "mahogany" by
More' than 7K) different trees are sonxhotly
moat (In sympathy/ vnaervtamlmftliovfta world of which: I is I ltonwtuing;
somewhere. in this wide airs( ean t
# Ae7 ( and effort, that. out eMil Indication oHxiw little faith ihtwiU I* plsced In "common' nanw!,

iI 1948 N ten! unto all ginerationi may live far plan*. In rirctiimtances/ like: the*. coinm-m- .aastei cease to hasaay'aignifksnte
MEMBER @ .. In ttXttU free from iealoiuy! tetfdimes at all. .
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and f fear Fulfill {jn ta pod The!( > true ImnljognnK-fc} tie only tree which are correctly Bale) |bo

through/ ut Thy/,! glorious/ Inffnlloil thus common name, belong to tIle genus SIrle'n/fl.. ,. / which was luino, ,

that Tliy' peace. Thy Imv' and thy botanist, Gerard van Swk't -o. They
-- ---- -- after( iin righteenlli teuturv an
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Kt: >WN| A. MKSMM 1'I.h'T, tMtit-e /may enter into tht *rlneratM (/ FlurW! to Brazil
EtNKIfr f'. I,VltNStil . ... ., I:an.t of ,the vntrU. .Amen/ native i.rthe'Almtiflntrr1. pk.. Orion
WIN HICNUmi.HtniLI.IA JR I, Perhaps a dozen spec1" have l been t-Tll>wl by J**" >toi I" llit>'
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: : M" ar'Oft'Ii: : ::, "i. "';.I: ::;:; 200() but there prtJwblv are only three. The other *t
mold o.I 'UIMSIWJtKMKH ,. .. gABw. If" ...'. CLEAR THE) SOUTH FORE: ,past years Melt under" different eonditlon show m Andifferent ''
variants, the l same trees *A>
HANI HAHTXAt.' '$ ... .. .. ". 8<)ow" rAdar: An Ideal project for tha Imrgonizatfom .
of "b hM*>r uTgmwth Mid botanical\ characteristic Tl,
----- Rod *
of the Cun
: : &" Club
--8' riSitmPN/ lUtES reason modem botuuM lean to the opihfc'n' that there! An tmly thrq!
with
SailRih Duly .
IIr Ilou, 0010 Y.. II 00 1c.. f......, .. .:. _rhea cooperation' ., distinct species h becau! the new SCIetIl-e of Wuntifytng ",o>all 'kMumming "
would b* the clearing of the :bvaclntlis }
Ad."hl.a .5.O-' .. r tw) rlirlHtlan fJ'Ofitile South Fork of tlieSt thffr tellu1.tt structure under the misroscope( has sisal

Th AllMlMrd Pro.. I,' .0 0'I:,;,.;::,: .: ; :;:I!U Uv4 f:?( ) t.a | ub7lrt : oil run Liicte! River. rallicr mtt: sMy\ that certiln difftiwilly named specie of SuHinli:/ !

,. _.._ _. "--'- fir' are It'hl.l1ly pint vdrfettloni/ / of the\ same specie because their ..*d i

'mM: ER OF 1HE ASSOCIATED PRESS REAGhiEltRtA, Identical -.

rte A.I..J.IOd 'i".I0Od' :::IY..ly' to" tae Sq. r"uh$ alts ,r n 15. AHE4Q Ho doe not live hi 'Martin Dr, SftmlHl I J. Raord'of' 1 1Ia, forestry department at Yale Ixfinliu
i ,"f'wi irinm" ,. ,, .. .: : :
y.s.l 1 .h.i M Y.n.l '.011!! u fit sir. dlN.de1M
......... .. .... ...... ..,,,...... _._--'-'- -'-'- Comity But he owns prripert) death two yeah ago, built up ,t;magnificent colloclion of wood!
1IIIIIIIIIIhmlllllllllllllllUmUIITJlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: IIIIIIIUlllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIII/ thousands frorn the ftoplc. and >be pionetred.. tat
\ here+ Three yntrfftgn he 11I"III,111 i iclwtlc e samples, Including/ : (!
YE EDITOR'S EASY ,.CHAIRtuuduunuunnluuuutitum bt Martin County Chamber only In inatyiing/ each Under the I Wc' *or*. \but\ he !prepared krj

of Commerce for $6 nmnlxrsliip. bv meant:" of which be, (and other who have tu3iwl Record w..k,

( 1111111I11111111/ iiiiimiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiOne Lust year his check! Was for 110 became able M Identify any> *"* botanically' by fcllin8 at ". ecllula'!,,'

Spring tu,'nmjr :J6 years ago, I wan nittiiiK/ In the : r,+ This year he fctcrewx: ) it to ISO structure!. So an +MfuI hm this mrtliod bred that today iUwntfeol/

city park IN Vest I Palm Hnih listening to name politics His name Is Charles P, Cahill of wood sample are klentificd annually In U* ,'.Ie l forestry IdllOl"d\jIl'f\< ,

speeches bv w ."uld.lit,. office holder( A bnjrhtt\ed PI'Bl( /K'm' FOIlRr-,AHie 40Ut1lun Place, HirtlonL Cmn god tunlior mtnhanli, know exactly' what tree the wood tonne iron"

He knows that Martin they art Ixivhig. regardless ot who calk: It ""maliogany", or ".gleenllt'r ...-
young man got \\i it.] ini' was introduced as a candidate for meant JMtp.i() |( iimc "I -2' in'lf Cmmty '
the school hoard horn the north end of what wa then TJi. Hindi Sri< nll, (piUirw, She, Chtfmler of Commerce( activities sane olher high.sounding fcommon name,

Palm Beach (oynl\: \.. ill c: M /Hint'ix.k Jliil a page de. have increased\ the Values of his Dr, Harry IC Mipxm of Stuart bas a iparfal nterest( in muliogjiif!:
.here In wood, So when It came to planting tree in the yard oubkte hli frffwImildlng (
\Kitl to Martin t ounh \ nxhiitry, holding our way of
,
"My business j i-< operating !still, the speaker began
: a -
in he. tflncentratel on ifiuhrtginy: Oil. taw! west i he has fine Stuart
tr"llAll thinking
but howls from fillhlng and roiirist & set a example
the audience stopped him and when f9J '
which be the office. bear the sidewalk fc 5 fin ilpeeinwi of the \\ wr INDBJMAiinfANY
the tumult died. he explained: l that he meant a turpentine smut)' aswts ir<' hvted! Im'hiding might pondered: by many "
8tiIl. lie our ranching Arming(, the. shark resident members. .SaMintU maltatHMii (Note th* ptnflirf of (dial,. eps."aname
went on to IIIW that hK name wall Don 1'. Johnston -
(iklien. mud I !, I do not 1now why' it Is ipilW diflerenlly" from ear salllikliing, ir
and that he lived in the northwent corner of Palm ag; agar (Guest Reporter) iiiiiiniiiiiiimrniiimimiiiiiiiiiiiimi '
This I Is native of Fkirkla, HM Bahama and on acorns> IhI*
The ahiTJlf.. ha dune fine job of name) tree "
Beach Count, iw\ fat1' from the cou'nty seat that (It took him "YOITRE "
AN LIAR"<
KARAT
Indies into South America Ithevergrtw. make a fine street Ire f fast
two day to down the Mililid/iHJ/ / llu enmity in this rdi- The FORUM ,
get: their for peechwaklnffDon
? ticBt'id"1! a pklure! 011I Humick<. Why Is it nine out 6f ten Visitor who com to South nurrow pailway*. is planted for several" miles along Biscayne B
Johnston! was elected' that year to the school the page carves J picture of the Florida think of this land.of-gun primarily aa an "orangeand IIIIIf iiifimimiiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiimmiiiiiiii )you drh'* IntO Miami.. The dyed! pftsb In winter. like big brow bitvfr

board lie's-as! affiliated with the MscXtJH) intfrtrtu at cmtrt home and a picture of grapefruit"! plantation ? I'll tell you. Because citrut THE ""IIJI,take several !hionthi 10 ripen and they contain a jut of seeds tU

Okecchobee: .and" ho put,t.II. puiwh) into his effort. t that made Brahma cattle. fruits have dominated much of the publicity and :advertising The STUART time ho. OF TpMORROW look like little canoe rwlddlrt with Jump (the wed! ) .t doe end'\mi

rum/ an UU4aYahNfllle; elll7oe'l l In a IIpanwlY popUlatNl ...rw. for Trail No. 1 down the east come mice again the 2 hides the fint wind Iron
many yearn coast after paddle sticking soot to help carry *) way
But a few months la'r lkHllost his job when Palm Beach IIIII i IIIII I iiiiii I II l i llllllliIII, r i iii II I I Ill I ii III iiiiiLetts when we as residents you hit the Indian River and to Miami is lined with boxes (he' parent. tree The, seeds germinate readily pad you can pick up d
County V/KH split'by the' formation of Martin ( ountV hen stall at tecrosroedl, iif 4 better '
of golden fruit for sale. Each box, each orange and grape : you want In Miami m bile l Spring, ,
I set up in the nt-wsparu-i! Itullinfu in Stuart. Don Johnstonwas Laughulunaluuononpnunnnnounuun or worse city:/ in which to live
,
fruit imprints itself! indelibly on the memory of most every Ned Inhfcid this tree In Dr UiJw1n'1 yard! fa the HONIX>..AS M*
one of the men who helped 11141 make the and I There I 1& at this time a petitionbeing
jno\f : one who drives that highspeed route. They never think'of drawn raeoast' (Si rtiiil/ marro,>1'll14)Mat'phynd'! ) \ means big.IN\'t'd
have always befit Hil>r 'di) tive cattle except as dangerous ,$stray feeding! along 'highway up requesting the City, and comparison wash the first tree will chow why TM and the> W'BINUIM \
Long ago florida liMIt this i>pleftdi4 citizen, and i North \\O\IER\ shoulders. Commfsisonrr' to change: Cite city: : 'A'f.fIGANd"JCI'ibed tl ton
above two
are maTiog-iny
Carolina! won him" loW week DoaV) ; Johusten vrdieted! l ordinance to reduce. the distance Ugly
Oiec'kbtg: he ca+oJ.r"'gjt" tapefur I've been IS.kar.t that of the trf Tl
called! an liar no often when I talk between of busmen are any conseiitKiiC* ai amuck uihoganrlllmlX't' *
president of theorth Carolina places In the
FwreaU'jf Association and 11\1\ (''''wlmpil: III* colutt of Florida cattle and horses to people In the north yes, oftento of Stuart which Hondura tree uhuh b. native of ))*. western dupes' d the monnljniin
he
has for( set oral) years i b( 6n a director ot the American city sell ben wine,
a deportment store was puzzlers) Floridians, themselves, that I enjoy it. They may doubt and OiitriJ Anwrfca, hui blgj-i leint,, high ftJVew, blcger ifIll1 "pudi>
Forestry Association. His picture (In thin liquors
month'sissue
i 1 of "Amedesn'UN't4t I :' lit!appear i iH recotnied( !today as .I,iy the, .ummiallv !large number He asked of my ballyhoo but, they usually) listen to my story which goe. ) Tliere tan be bilton reason for and bigger tnuikt than the UMt( 'hxldin( It & MM of the most 1uI!: ,il*
no sole"nmrclings i. something like this vuluedfrl'I and the of f thr
of the this! that Is to establish /nitro nab \ Its enttingprnvkli( snake Income amiss 'If
one South r uNtaiyiiny} leaders!! In the conservation' hen alwnit It. \\tll.. she ,

and development of our forest resource*. exploited Florida rocked the cradle of the American horse and plices! for the'renotlul profit of Central American oMinlrfci., Ik tiden Ithe example In Dr. Hlfwoni! sod,
,
I bud
every time a cmtiinxruhcim :\
I salute 41 n old frind! ; Battle industry over 400 years ago. The first real shipment SIlk! owners.I : there Is a biggerqmen: in fourth Street pork about */K() feet du
J 1.(1)1ItUlLe< sale 1
1 e es pwdsd'Ihat<'m)) sale. lead, a,, Iu,,' of.horses. and cattle that came to'' the new I certainly fuel that we nriw have .west of the! Log Cabin' I planted' It tlxre 'fen yeart ago and K I b shr) et

This i.* the month to tlo) something about the calendars that 'TviMl, ', ImTlir\ Rtitanjnmortttle world landed !In Florida at Charlotte Harbor on too many'! such pli good 20 feet high now .
the West Coast of the state Desoto brought some will of Stuart and III The third, speck of mahogany{( wbk-h Is recognized bntinkaHyui
Down in the front office' \i\ian: Taylor. still has few of *, !New: NlextedFMll peoplrse .
t'1. a
(I those desk pads and stands t that can buy for slight thirty ships from Cuba back in 1539 carrying' won have ,a ski rlry, t'nlsuM;,< ,, diklliid h i S '!Hmla huniiHn., 1i.\ is native of ilk! eastern iloprt |td the,
you a
I derful stock mount of Contra! America, but unlike, its the timber ofvtrv
sum but I had in mind.particularly] some of the monstrosity 'RCA from the Royal stables In Spain lie adult and Juvenile prollnns. without m ealaina .
calendar that to theeditor's d kFirnt brought pigs, too and citrus /seeds. Razor! back hogs you additional places of dirt) do- little Value and the tree Iwo no commerced' future at all II. theblack
come the
I ar* clutched the sleeve
itsy-ttits.N-biiM\ that mailed beggar nt\ !see running wild are descendants from that first importation grading character shetp of mahogany\ family! Dr.Hipwn/ docs not Have a prd--
: OIKS are in lieu of Christmas IIf f l lun'vuir'nt-ksrkhsg .
cards. I would pooch) rather. receive a bit of tinsel, hut' I a cents sir fur. a 1'0L'It'I'.hy."Five of Also, many of the runty cattle that roam the highways It'* true I have ho children,. but men of this, In,lib! }ard.

always draw half A dn/en of these watch charms,'too big coffee1' he whined enp Desoto was looking for gold. He started fighting there are many ''of you who !have, But he dues have Home! other' mahogany trees. The third tree. *
with the Indians almost Immediately Horses and cattle and& line on (the West dale of the building it known 'botanically u SJc't..nlt:
are best !know
for l trying as
my purse but toomall> ) to hang on the wall. Then come :Tlw, Mho turned:! to hfm."Why you '
the folding kinds 1 that will neither nit up nor lie down We slwiuld\ I i\\e\ mitvey 5 cents?" got aw ay. They roamed wild, inbred and that one reason how to bring them up a. OirMLin\, ctmd Jli'l, having Wa named for H French IxilanM pundolle: It I it ors
] you why early Florida cattle as well as horses small and men of the dispuled tpeck In it look different.
were and tlPI""IIS4IKIt
used to receive' a 1 lot< ,1'I (calendars with pretty pictures on u' asked, V\1ut brought, IIIhla > women and to instill In growl
I them occasionally! a dnrne trying to hide a size J 18 form sod! plight?" you continued small until recent years when new blood lines them: the Christian way of l life. In many respect. but the wood analyst (Insist that It Is a varialku it
were introduced to improve the breeds. the Honduras ipcde, .a nut of bad the Suletenla' mocm/ilii/llt" .
I knot In
with a size 12 nightie l'I' something) equally interesting!' but 'A terrible, cutiwtrnplwi sir'- theHggar a great many 01[ your egg

the day of these) pvtrauixanzastteems\ to have paslled A replied Two Early stock, however,, was of good blood And by boys and girls personally' of whomI Onaun.On '

\ few concerns (aver iiav rth calendars bearing large figures 1 like,,. (you. I enjoyed( business years ago crossing with Brahman Herefords and other breeds the I am proud and knew you are. the east tide of( Dr llilwm's, plke. at the back end of |1m 1 .K
pros
II: you can see across the room but the inclination now is tot icritv. I worked Industriously On range cattle of Florida now numbering /more than 1,1>00.- It 1s not easy for a boy oj girl) to is little tree I grew from seed received three yean ago from Dr, whim 4-

save paper by printing all twelve! months on one sheet and the wull above my desk" was the 000, are offering keen competition to northern and western grow up with the evils and temptation Bribet txpeditiort( (lit VehfZiwla.! The man\ connected wtih ''M

t you hunt for the date all over the place; reminds me of 'mat: 'Think Constructively Act beef. stock. .that some adult have put exploring party who sent the end, did wit know anything about (R'8He

trying to fijrurejth hatching. date for\ the eggs we put under )*iflwly: WeiHh. poured my Probably 60,000 cowboys ride herd daily on the great before them, certainly we can tee reported that the native called the tree "Candello". which mewl

that black hen And t""n."d" then Florida Pampas which stretches north from the Miami to It that these evils do not increase. nothing He expressed the onmkm that the tree belonged M the

Rut ] suppose[ | (calendars are a necessary part of our way.Yes. and then?" area some 300 miles and West from Stuart 12S miles A If thlt measure b approved by BOKIIAX family '&", It") which it doc not but the InMtik '

tremendous and vast territory comparable to the big ranch our city commissioners will was natural because the leaf i If to of
existence If you need one and hare a few pennies, you Theggar.* frame shook con- it be almost arrangement very shnilur tome
can buy 'the better kind from Mr, Taylor But if V1I, h'ely. land !in the far West /such as the Big Bend country in Texas. impossible for them to ''get s the BOMBAX group, and guise unlike Anything I have ewer seen fci the

you The difference however in that Florida there's plenty sandwich, of coffee mahogany gfonp\ But the seeds he tent told the fanulur,
have just I paid your t taxes/ and are not equal to the task of "The scrub lady }burned my cup or oliowlihmd me ftoryhe
spending money to )look. a whole year ahead. sneak up stairs motto*-Thf Kal>\tramIFAtUG : of water and shiftle and in sections excellent lush grass for being confronted with the lump with the long paddle. However In this case the paddle was

I I to my 'office and my estimable secretary Frances Smith, cattle to feed upon. Enormous ranches dot this Florida 'evfls !of drink. Yes, even to take g gMlltiL..e inhere kmc or more-and the liimn wa> like an nverwmtcaramel.

will drop everything( she Is doing\ and try to find you a 'rm Pam 811 land covering thousands. of_ acres.u"U Personally. I've_ your, family out to a Sunday dinner : I sent oat to the Wed e.pert of Ills;' United States Depart
1 been associated with a 60,000 acre ranch west of Vero without beer bottle mod Agrk-ulrure'' ifr. Paid Bustt'11 who alright
free calendar: that fits jour special need We have a lot A rather woman titling on the ale! It wai a Sittrtenfcl
of shanty) young I I Beach. That's a small one Compared to combined holdIngs table next In for but he had no (Idea what he
1 them we wish xomelwdy would come and get before boarded a crowded city bin Aired you there will be specie 4* bad never een anything
of some of the large cattle few left / like K. I planted. the other
.1949. )little and men. place' one csn rut In a two seals received and one of them glom
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t : man got III' gave Out on the Florida Pampas cowboys 10 gallon Christian listed '\'hen the plant k
her his seat There was .a mom. wear atmosphere, got big enough, I let Dr Hlpson have It *
';:" My brother.in-law' snore I have given the matter a fOnt of silence .. hats, spite heel boots, colorful shirts ,just as: they do in II have seem in my life, M tn.Kh hit collection and It grow slowly In his yard. The cold weather the

1,1. lot of thought as I have been wanting to suggest/ a proper "I lug your pardon laid the TexaS.. They rope, and brand cattle perform all the featsof of the evils of drink'that\ it M I revolting winter set it back some but It will be1! breaking forth %lth the leUim tt

; remedy, so that hw wife can really do something to end her tired little man daring rough riding and rodeo trick that you'll aee in. and units we at' adult Spring t predict that when mature it will be pronolnced'S new mid

),. suffering from this 1It1\jr'e. At last I have a solution I "I didn't soy anything.; rejoined Montana and Wyoming. In the little town of Kissimmee are ready and willing l to do something undiscovered peclei of 51/:Irlrrnl4l.

; am writing hill wife that she! can cure him of snoring by the woman there' as fine a uttlemen'lleather. harness and equipmentstore about It we have Only our. Next to Obis geld' fIIi the east side of the building fa a tree commonly

., food advice, tolerance, fresh air, a comfortable mattress "I young m sorry," said the little man. as there is in all the West. selves to blameLet' called AFHICAS MAHOCASYUiayt( nymlct), a very pretijr
and by stuffing old Yes one of the profitable Industries,)the original In- not It off f In self-ctin. evergreen tree of the
an sock in hubby's mouth 1[ thought you said 7 )usikyou., pas : : mahogany family ( Mrllactae), but no ,""re'
/ .. .. -Rotary Newsletter North Man- dustry not only in Florida but in what we now call the cell! that your chilled will not be mahogany than b the CHINABKIHIT mica (Melia vceifaach) that 1*

Bill Bailey New \oik"attorney who has been around I II chi-11M. Indiana. al United States, is cattle and horses.: Horses are being bred affected 16ertinly hope; not. Why kings tg the same family. And l 1oqt but not least.conspfcuout 11 *

I : Stuart for several months, has gone to the West Indies! to many ranches to work cattle on ranges.. 'Wonderful not make It easier for the one who FtAM BOTrtjeTMai (BnchyrhUm/ ctr{oHui) near the *ideV.!li.

I, realize on a dream lie and Mr*. Bailey visited the Virgin TWEOVsifMDSTlw\ quarter horse stock and cow- ondes the equal of anything may not have had the advantage which when ft begin to !"lIaJfll! h a few years, will startle ptsrtrsh;

Islands (formerly the Danish West Indies) and fell in love man who wntchei the. click: anywhere. of your children by seeing to it that wit b Hs red display, .

!, with them. They envisioned great opportunities for the usually remains one of the bands. It's always a big surprise to winter visitors! to learn no more such, place of business be When you are again M ))5r lIipson', office waiting for him W drill
that
'. :"utnre They even'hunted around and bought an island of -Rotary Bulletin, Hudson New surf of only the a Atlantic few miles from the silvery lands and surging opened here In Stuart on. you, walk around (the' fllrd and l kxj> at these distinctive tree,
orkCIIPOL. and Gulf of Mexico there' a real wild n feel) about .
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:heir own-In the British zone, but not too far from St. I you it aside wrile E.Ahf.
II. west, but in Florida it's a wild south and a lot more western or tell .
[ Thomas, capital of the American group. Buck Island it DAZE than your commissioner. Let him l ."
many sections of THE MOVIES
western cattle
seas' called\ ; it will country. know in no uncertain terms
maybe that
1.r, /There Is nothing on its 60 acres be'Balley'e in the way Island of improvements from now op. mal"Well little, !dear baby, and learn what in Khool did. main to It's this a much bigger..eye opener for visitors to' travel should he vote for this measure he I A*'the two men left the movies, one was visibly more

I !ixcept the ruins of a house some Britisher had there ?" across Pampas through stretches often 60 miles with wlfl be breaking faith In your elec impressed. with. what they had Just Wen than the other.progress .
years day out
I igo For the time being the Bailey headquarters a gas station and to see great herds! roaming the level tion' of a commissioner. That he 'U'.i rful> l
will ben 1 learnt this sr
two to call films
not o
Y' me
country cowboys
'' swinging lariats and the
singing when cattle C*inot. and win havemide within aliteweyepraet
St.
; Thomas while not,
temporary home and business] are bong mamma's bltle baby' .".-Riary > are moved from summer to winter get your 1t1P'port you think ?" .
established but pastures. It''tl\' a, when he'rtm far
11414 ; some of these days the Bailey family Bulletin" AnnviHe Penn. *, re-election.
; Mil head for Bailey' Inland and you can fly over or take I ::. more and thrilling experience to attend winter rodeos at Lakeland Then men are tnod men and then"u certainly Is. ." said the second "nTlt they moved,
Fort
': I I tat boat. Or you can write. But you won't be able to FORESIGHT r and Pierce Arcadia and) ; watch killed cowgirls have children of their own, and they talked and now this one .mell.II."Ie1..
cowhands
Everbart In
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ret the Baileys back the perform with the same daring In horseman will 1 ant The WO1\in.
to land of paved streets itream- It' know sure vote t the way the !
that
interesting to ship of a Pendelton? Madison
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j liters; telephones and atomic bombs. It Is an entirely new when Cod made man, he dkln' arrange affair or Square Garden' championShip majority of the people wish So i let t HE HAD ALREADY '-

::1 ,' lie for these young people and they will need loots of courg of the of Isis bone them know how you (feel about it :
my joints Remember! Salesman-I've
> to go through with their dream. The friends they lo he could pat hinnelf on the and horse industry Florida, Pioneers rocked the cradle of the cattle!! and we win pas the cross mob to may o I make been trying to see you all week.'Whea. ''
made in wish nursed it along until today it's a better and finer an appointment!
pave Stuart them a'world.or. good luck and back. -Cltarleitton Rey-Way, Charleston one of the most Stoari In whichto 1fanater-Make
important industries
w happiness RAM, South Carolina 'orange and of. tht so-called live and .bring up our children... a date with my secretary.'AGE '

e grapefruit state Cap'n Flagg. ,IL IL Thayer! I Itl jSaleaman-1 I did that and we had 'trand tiiMMd''
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g RAISE DENIED TILTON GRADUATEDClement I 21 Varieties PALM CITY CLUB torney General J. Ton Watson
nahasse florlda Tele- I.: TUton hospital apprentice of Vehicle License MEETS ON MONDAYThe Advising State School Superintendent 04GRAPETTE7iW164
Corporation operating in lit class, USN husband .
Ie
Colin English: the Attorney
North Florid or Mri Imogene A. Tllton '
and of
Middle been denied an In- Indlantown, bar been graduated Put Sale Martin Palm City Home Demonstration General stated the new
ties has loCal rates by the Rail- from Hospital Corps 8chool at Tags on in CountyEver Club met Monday at 1 school law will permit the State
'w" tn p. m, at the home of Mrs George Board of Education to authorise
- and Public Utilities Com- the Natal Training Center _un Smith on Cornell Ave, with Mrs to summer schools I ._
Great Lakes, til ---- -- -- -------- counties open
101\ wondered about the Paul 4.DeVllblas,, presiding Mrs and charge tuition to residents i j
TO DEFEND SKATING TITLE
, meanings of the various letter O 3 Cadwell gave a devotional. who attend. ?n the same opinion -
!that appear on approximately 50 In the short business session following Attorney General Watson
"JOE"MOSLEY per cent ,of the auto license tags Mrs Smith was named said them is no law which states
that are l issued In this State- club delegate to the recently or- how much tuition may be charged :
that Is, other than the Several ganlzed-County Council of Home ed non-resident student, but !
letters that spell the State Demonstration Clubs Mrs. Henry ll roaj be fixed by the county G APETTE I 1
name? Crews, food conservation School Board. consistent with v. srr.NOt t tl'

; LUMBIJNG Only autos for private use that chairman's, was leader.A of demonstration the afternoon regulations. _of..the State. "! _board:. :...- 1 ;
program
weigh from 2,Ml Ibs to 1SOO ibs' !
on canning grapefruit
are eligible tot the \letterlesi
BBING CONTRACTING> tags hearts was given by Miss Lucll ,
Every other vehicle
that
llFFICIENT i moose!. home demonstration
PROMPT, SERVtfE .
appears on the road, from motorcycles
ALL WOK GUARANTEE to 12-ton trucks, It i agent of Martin County .

'INS BLOC. 1 / PHONE 311 scheduled for a lettered tag, and lit pk The hostesses! ..>rs, Smith andMrs I
there are at least 28 varieties.Fh DeVllblss, served sandwiches Highest i ,t
; only vehicles: exempt to tag cookies and coffee with Paid For Your ,
bearing are bicycles. farm tractors '' I valentines for all present Those / USED CAR "
attending were Mrs Clarence
and trailers, traction engines -
'
DA road rollers and street Felnauer and Mrs Felnau-r. Sr ,See Us Before t
[RUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS 6a Mrs Cadwell Mrs Ralph Mall- You Sell or > i ,
carsNaturally cry. Mrs Smith Mrs Sam Lane Trade j
MODERN SfcDA FOU AINComplete letters appearing the after moat the common county Mrs George Porter, W. Defog, / I :

Lktj of Marlines number art T, D and W, all] Miss Viola Krelder. Mri. Lucy SU USE MOTOR COMPANY i'J
Van) Frank, Mrs Carrie Rowley. !11.21 L 01 FORT PIEKCt PHONE setAe.M.W a'
StuJt !of which are for private use au. !: j '
Daily Newspapers, News toe. 'T covers autos more than Mrs R. R. Wallace Mrs DeVU- ,H .- -.- _-_
Iwift'a is bias, Mrs. Billlngslry, Mrs Janet
W. Handle Cream ;a years of ago "goats and auto 'I't'
Palmer, Mrs.Plegols, Mrs, Crews
DANI S that* less weigh than not 20 more, years than of 2,000 age Mrs Inscoe Sylvanus. Crews and Miss r )m where I si .6.Joe Marsh, '

lbs D ts for autos weighing a ion
t' 'f
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"The Friendly Spot i lnlth Pf t Office Arcade" to 3,500 ibs. and W for autos () SUMMER..,,. t t tI'
weighing 3501 Ibs, to 4,800 lbs SCHOOL HIRE APPROVED Do Have {
MOM
Above 4 SOO comes WW.

a, OH, OK, and OL *f; lor Tallahassee -County School i \ ,.
trucks for privati use with each Boards may be authorised by the l Nois/Neighbors? '
lilted for specific weights H Is State to open summer schools II :
Mac! for privately-used house trailers and charge tuition to pay the u ,I
ur a ShopFully A lot of the ntlghlior* seer ud ttfil of eamplainlnc boat the
and V for trailers prlvatedly used !' : expenses, In the opinion of At- (
up to SOO Ibs ,Such trailers ik dinlt annoyed bj Jeb Cm 'o ether fellow's habits,try 5..ader. l ''I

Fully Equipped tc any type of weighing between SOI and ',050 4. Water and salt should be h mm riit(*(mxht,Jeb was buil. stand and share hli Lnltretlt, ,1 :
lbs. take BB, from 1.05110 4 050 accessible always; other miner Ins himself a new fruit porch Se I If my practicing on tbs flute ,
jfetal! Work, Bring yJ Farm Machinery take B and more than that L. BARBARA ANN SCOTTMiss als when needed. the only lira hit he could glij a innoys you, corns on over, neigh-

U We hi skilled Trailers for hire' take N and O Scott 19, figure sinter of Ottawa Oil does a swan t. Legumes pastures aid pro- it was after iunduwn. r,with your Addle or guitar and I j Ir.
[epaira to .
ye a opera- Trucks for hire take QFH If they glide during practice for ,defense of the European ,lilt) world trtlv'' duction and profit. Finally c decided the bJT thing jVmel) Maybe it will end op In I, t
[>r in charge. If it's ade of metal and weigh less than '40S1' Ibs and the won last year. She will compete In tlu._OKmpirs) this spnng/! 6. Mere maintenance yields no to do wa all pitch In erf help- e0 owing and appreciating ode '
otherwise HFH --- --- -- profit; feed dairy cows and poultry -
leeds Machine Work] Bee Us. and get the carpentry dCr with ai snotTkr better,..in an evening of
<< t liberally for heavy production -
: .Autos for hire that carry not soon m powible Vu d. Finished good AUowihlp. And II promise fcJoe
more than Ilk passengers wear NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES the beer that with
7. Breeding animals should be the porch next %j/ng-and Jeb to proviM goes
an E tag From seven to If gratefully tnstus to let cold evenings of good fellowship t tI
over-fat
kept thrifty but not
calls for rand buses
passengers The County Agent's ColumnBy 8. Good feeding equipment beer and eiders
|TUARTMARHBSERVICEInc.lYour carrying more than U wear S. f
tJt 7
Local buses must wear a C tag. prevents waste of feed and labor From wkyf I sit (hit* what II
L. M. Johnson 9. Parasites. exposure and overcrowding -
School rX !
buses hearses and ambulances bring a aelyhMH mean In-
Pho s -- I retard growth and
J and wreckers wear a K
tag while dealers' tags have an John R. Glmore of Fort Laudtrdale leg." Ranchers riding through waste feed '
M 10. feed cost are important, I_"1',11. ,I94S i""Ueii Mali, Brtnm FoundationTBADITIRKM ,
on them. Motorcycles wear
recently purchased about their herds should watch care- not all balanced rations yield
an A license Official cart usually ----- ------ -- ---- --
have tags ,some wear SRD 1,200 acres' west of Jupiter in fully for Indications of black leg profit.
Martin County; and la doing extensive among young stock This disease ---- -
In Martin County where the
i tags are sold In the office of Tax Improvement work on hisland can be controlled; by vaccination Here's a COLEMAN i ll
icuejmoney Collector L C. Klckllter six of Elmore: reports' that he I before the disease appears In the
these varieties have no demand has about SO> acres of tomatoeswhich herd. OIL HEATER
and consequently are not avail-\ look very good and to ,
CaiPejAnnur ::1 I sole These missing ones include date have not been attacked by Some 60 odd acres of tomatoes WITH BLOWER ill
late blight. In addition to this came thru the early January
N, 0, F, 8, C and X ,
No\ tags except the V and "X 50 acres. Elmore!: has approximately cold spell In fair condition. and GO FARTHER AND
series,may be sold for less than ,ISO acres of land which seemed to be progrshing latle-
he Is clearing, ditching and dik factorlly until last week when RIDE WORRY-FREE
/ $5. Tags are on sab\ for only six: ijy 'I/
weeks starting Dec, 1 although ing for truck crop farming and we experienced to days of
half-tags are put on sale on July approximately 1000 aers from dens fog and too warm weather. ft/ft/ r tGOODp
1.t Tags cannot be' sold before which he Is removing the surface Several farmers reported that Genuine
Issuance ot a title certificate water before planting improved' last 8aurday( <*they found blight Power R
on which In turn requires.estab- pasture grasses Elmore 'is Improving in their tomato fields which two Driven 'Air'
liihd( proof of ownership. Tag the pastors before purchasing days prior showed( no Indications TIRESTRADE
Ins fed SavilgsLccountsI prices range up to $:za. cows, which la a good ct the disease This la further CompleteIn
Latest report on tag sales here practice for anyone to follow proof that blight can attack a ,
this year with the deadline now when going Into the cattls business !- healthy' Held over-nleht INSY
I The Federal Saw and Loa | nrurance Corpora- two weeks past Is 2.341I1gs sold The recommended method to*
t n insures Individt 1 accounts 1> $5,000.. Husband is of Tuesday night. This total Thirty-nine Martin I tounty control of this blight! Is to spray ColemanAT TERMS
hd wife may have 1 of ?15,0lo), fully insured Deludes 1,681 autos, 438 trucks farmers ranchers and growers the plants befor the disease appears -
148 trailers and 49 mlswllane- filed applications for paymentfor with a mixture of 2 quarts THIS PRICEI'
I First Federal savi accounts iJa legal Investments "
( a I ;
conservation practices carried of dlathane 1 pound of zinc :
*Radiates and CuculalM st
ir Trust Funds, a* I ell as Funds eld by Guardians,, pie : I out In 1847 Under the Martin dissolve the slue In a 4 gallon Whtth JMt>sr Is r
|immiBtfatora andjJtecutors. LIST AVAILABLE County ACA program and haveNed ot warm water; *a 'i pound of Off urtr 1
Ill their Intentions to continuethe lime to 100 gallons of water and : GivctWan Flflswt Loa Wars 1 1I
or Writ ,A pamphlet listing all V, 8. conservation work In the mix with the water in the order Air Ttaj sTlooe Lcll!
3overnment-owned )patents 1948 prog-am named Allow approximately five I .Aa F...rf Control, Draft
Cot &I,Low fuel Ewerla --
FUm
most of which are available for The work sheets tot the 1948 minute for each chemical to
IRS FEDERAL use by American firms, and Individuals conservation, program are pow dissolve DeU..II.OOIJ Per Hour-A CD.'L BIG; Performer of WindAir I
on a royalty-free,nonexclusive available for signatures In the -A BIG VALUE WILY MOTOR CO. ti tiv
licensing basis was office of the County The U. S Department of Agriculture *.....*.I UrfMt.BH M Awes
Savings d Loan Association made public today bylawrsnce Oughterson Building. S t offers 10 points to help III ova DusoMtmarioN: Nom
C. Klngsland, commissioner of Farmers rancher and Arent'j producers get full food value N. Federal Highway Stuart, Fla. s}
ofVER dian River Coulty patents Department of Commerce wishing to participate In from the feed available. With HALL'S ELECTRIC .

BEACH, HXIDA Washington, conservation work should scanty grain supplies producers SERVICEPHONE ... ,.... t
12-20th Street DIal 21S7 wSmokey to the office and sign up are endeavoring to make every IS P. O. A C\nE_ s
Says. as \possible Come In and get the pound of feed yield a profit. The \ I

R. W Se Federd' nose ,w anpo wets practices, and sign the worksheet more detailed information in a
[ Member Home Loan Baik and Federal +
ro0D1 Pat! Last year a number of 72-page Handbook for .Better
Savings nd Loan Insurant Corp men delayed too long and missed Feeding of Livestock preparedfor '
I Current divide i rate the deadline date. Don, let this wide distribution to farmers
happen to you and stockmen. KEEft YOUR CHECKING ;
1. Growing animals make. best
Several rancher having range use Of feed; keep them growing.
hogs have reported some deaths 2. Weaning time is a critical (ALANC1J UP /
THOSE among their bogs from cholera. period; start feeding before
Hogs running loose on the range weaning1. ,
iSATIONAI or .In yard pens, a/* exposed to 9. Balanced rations supply
bog cholera, since this disease animals need with least feed.
can be carried by men animals
[REYHOUNDS] and birds Anyone wanting their
[ hogs vaccinated against cholera RO ART CLUB \\\ You'll always have the i
RERUNNING should contact their county avuAer N ssro I'
agent. ,, MaUlw oils cash for an opportunity ii' ,

NIGHTLY ni'rupr 1 $AUNOhaaS l.{ .. ('
One rancher recently reportedthe r
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JN OR SHINE] ssiI.-ssII peeve., lees ..1vslwbl death of a young cow from r.owiar is.sr.arr

,tlebse what he diagnosed as 'black1 Ili'1 1 tsi

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'- THE STUART NEWS, STOART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, IMS --
PAGE Tti'EL'E LIVESTOCK SALES GIVEN the exception of figures fn
---- turned these active bird loose were being sent overseas. In When the crop wa finally .two Independent markets
I k
( CHU Of CHRIST. ,. SCIENTIST.. STETSON PRESIDENT they would go to fishing and the I these countries Amerla was feedIng harvested It provided fresh vegetables Jacksonville, Fb S.>--Sales! on which; only. the data on
HflRir to the "l>Ju i 'c 'I. I Ii I. markets during III
,ifMrmon "lilrk. will U mill l nil 1"494.hr .. lazy shiftless pelicans would see and caring for millions of and foodstuff for more 14 Florida livestock from the preceding week
t Clt...", mwnMlt. 1I..oot t Id. .191(1 1( Too Late toCLASSIFY them getting food and start people a large percentage of than 100 families It didn't cost the last weekly report period to available R

44 Th.994449(laMrn: l4'4.4.l; 'root ,:, \r m II...i I feeding themselves again. And j jI them who wen doing nothing of America a pen- totaled $315395.07( according Jacksonville -
the taxpayer in
t.Io.. ... tai i In 1M Kplrlt' ir !> th bird figures available today
'1 ... Mlrlt -f I* I) I got the Idea In no time everything; we aent and yelled total
: r4larl h..41rt1 ro.l I'.rixa1 ,;::, while they found it ulri for moreOver i coat of Ute teed. the congressman Markvt The cash grand cattle i Homestead Feb 5. -Rtfcals ,
14,14u0 tM xo11an a.760
4.99
f 414. 1Ih4.l "4141 who In ...4o k.M Illsthse..4 By RUSSELL KAY i first'a* they were out of practice, In Germany an American I lent and the soldier pay thUyoung covered receipt for five started this w. k for the
on
handled
., ... and 0,823 hogs i III
"' 444 the ""lriI 01 44454 i before very long they were holding 01 received If "
l w Oh. 14(444( farm boy who had teamed how farm boy and nine Independent door spectacle, !choel of
\ P AO' .::4'I: !. :: uI 14. 54 .,,4 : their own with the other to take care of himself,had beena one American l boy could figure Btate-operated livestock markets All Everglades," which wia t 4
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I tirlt Cod "r".w.,1M ?.,.hi.h. b.t N'110."Wnl GUI to ftfctwir 041a.. 4, ,. r4a1nns. the West Coast who Lver'since!; the advent of the of the National Junior Vegetable Saturday were forsale Tropical Festival to be celbn
why announced
{ M.t are: ;r.j!:? tv 4. nt pelican on i "new deal" a lot of folks In this Grower, noted that there was Europe help themselves : last week, with ,her the last week In FtbriiSA14DS
( conducted
ATspan 1491: Th. Lt.............. 41.4I-1914. ,, .. !h"r' hung around the fish houses and. I country and in other countries plenty of good fertile soil near, couldnt others be helped the 1
vain... ... ........ fro.h". CIt.1.4. were fed by the fishermen.Whenever i under our Influence art Just like where M was camped but no- same way''th.
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A I tli-lxif' .a '* the boats came In the
(Ilk K.teatao44. Rrrlmuim.:. In Mary I those pelicans. The Government body was doing anything about story of the American boy:
sardinesto
i.k'r hdd' "Mull wall not MIM| rm.lrrul tlshernvn, would throw ,with a lot of silly paternalistic It. The people stood In line everyday '
blilitw 9(4.4.0 and the vegetable garden In'i
PI\Irc (rill. U*.IoI.'M''II|>IH/< IK..' miufcki the birds. The pelicans quit ideas has undertaken to feed and to get their ration of AmerIcan
Wittfacll iv. I" Ml Win'i >iptIrn,.', *ith looking for their own food and :clothe and 'care for everybody. food or supplies\ and madeno' Germany seems to parallel the
hl:h 4w. f Mind 171.2+ waited to. be fed. Theygot .
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sibl, POfllATlOX )IS /Rt'R.tLAi I difficult to fat for and them lazy to It fly was even advantage of the situation This farm, boy wrote to his' If wa applied a little more
they could get by.wlthout workIng sense
common
congressman and asked for a practical everyday
Forty-three per tent .ol Uleouth's When the war cams on and all Whenever any attempt wu supply of seeds The congressman m trying to so>ve the European
population last v m wai.: fishing\ craft was ordered to stay I made to' get them to work or sent them and then the boy, problem we could do It without
urban but In spite of the I trek J. Ottlt KDMINDSEilinunils : In 'port because<< of mine and i assume responsibility they became got busy. He gathered togethera spending so many billion and at

to cities the population rural. according silll wa rax"eslllY. was numttil4letvn4r other dangers, food for the pall I Indignant\ and contended 'group of German boy and the same time would be giving t'f MOTIALS
predominately cans became scarce. Still the that "tlvj government owed thema told them the people of these countries a =' JIYWHCM
how
the
girl boys ERECTED
fr.. C Parker Person reglmnaldirector .. Iinwruty) fourth( preside around the fish I Shrewd ,
bird hung politicians
living chance to regain their self respect *
and girls of America formed
of the U 8 partmenl Or W S. Allen >nci tun'MIAMI
< tit I 1I41Cnlp houses and screamed their heads concerned with votes, sided with clubs and entered Into competition instead of playing the role rest
of GOmm.ICI'TRY "h"tn I i) lust vtdc on) account off The fishermen were sorry I them and screamed for larger in growing vegetables and of beggen and loafers. .
"I I ,Hi "ss KdnuiiuU is hokkr of for them but there was nothing and ever larger appropriations.' livestock He managed to get a But such a simple solution! Is
POST-miCF43m ACTHIT666COLD
I h'III egrets! all trans Stetson they could do about It. i People who still ed"r for a living few garden tool and made other beyond !the comprehension of liitimiiiiiiiiiniiii iiiiiiiiiiiyiumiiiiKi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuinitimiiBIKL

si.u I Ing/( oath his Bin 1923IK One day a fisherman\ happened were taxed moreto of scrap material; then he !the diplomats, the bureaucrats
'J 11'h..o! hicutod In IXLaiidI to take a trip to a barren I, care for the lazy and shiftless showed them how to make garden and politicians. All they know a FREE

I riixik known us DeLandt stretch of beach where he noteda whoVouldn't work. and alt his seed wu plantedand Is appropriate and spend, appropriate -
flock of pelicans diving after Then we found that In the Jpo'inf Busines a
the real
crop given loving care and spend, when the
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111409.1 M.MwsfC44 111411449.State ,
1O.4141111. themselves wake of war whole countries
minnows and feeding and attention these is "work
by German answer to the 'problem
,
.44444,,( -:'!! I Suddenly he got an'Idea. were' destitute We took on the youngster I and, save" i EquipmenC Sales andVService Co,
- -- With the aid of some friends he humanitarian Job of supplying ,
Gasoline captured a few of these active their needs feeding their people I i Moittur 'Where and When You Want It"

SANANTIQl O'S pelicans and took them home and caring for them and the PHONE FREE PARKING ..u = IRRIGATION *STEMS, rUMPS POWER UNIT AND SPRAYERS

Sales Gains with him. burden becomes steadily heavier Right Down Town = I WE MANUFACTURE
E; SHOP He realized that the pelicansthe Bureaucrat and politic called r FILL Ur WITH CAJOLINl AT1DVARK ALL DAXrlT YOU LIKE < i Free Crinkle Portable Irrigation System
had been feedingall for billions ana billion for their SINCLAIR OU" BRANCHSTATION
fishermen
Majei c AptsRettore. of all I W coat ritKC ORANGE I IifiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiiiii Avt
relief Acute shortage ea ash-stab.
Nation .Eiu
Lead tits] time had lust naturally at home p..u ,, Woe. F4 Posse A Ieht
manner goods developed
forgo\ten'how to care for themselves wu1' PALM of ACNFLt, A da F/ra
Oil Painting l by He figured that If he because so much of our resources I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii;

ArtuU Br en China and Florida gasoline sales topped -

Brie -Brae ndedPEZ. tit' nation In a 14-per oent,ln-
1 "n.isiin volume last year over PATRONIZE
DOLLARS --
1946 the research and Industrial #
MRS. NEL E OM division of the Florida State ;
HOME FIRMS .
O erST Chamber of Commerce said yes- SPENT IN I 'MARTIN COUNTY
t relay in its weekly business re-
OFFERING YOU
MARTIN COUNTY
Ttu Florida increase compar-
R a luvirabl) with a 9-per cent STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESESERVICES
;mi for tine( nation as a whole
CITY CO MISSION
during the same period. Eighteen
Regulfr eeti !States, other than Florida, saw

gs li it ases of 10 per cent or more __ -i __ --- _--_ --- _--- -- _
8:00: M2na and the remainder ranged down- '
d aWEDN u ard to a low of 2.5 per cent for Buy The Best I 1
IE MORL Fred A. Stafford CAMPBELL'Si1.AMOKUUS
tin year period 'Stuart Taxi
AYS Last 584034655 gallons \ o GEt1.
!year
Stuart y all f gasoline were sold in Florida .7 411 ELECTRI I Registered I Orange Juice,
bringing tax receipts from this JeswOVLLet.oav SERVICE / Squeezed at our stan
114 ( '
Civil En Fee
I' ",urce to $40882425, according Applla
Public Alwa elcome4est to official! State reports. nd.bl.
uFE4ss Prompt Dep u ry, And
I In I sales Wholesale accounts
general gasoline
NAIa Cabi and all Small I I
err as Indicator of business Curt l appliances. Radios, nd Surveyor solicited *
I1 uehout Florida but below I'
lite Side level variation in ac- I Little MARTIN COUNTY Stibrt. Florida IN STUART USE Fe fighwayBea
I I
I t tl\ 1(11'0( must( om be county considered) or regionv idcomparing y-Shop PHO E 149 I ELECTRIC risen.1 A TAXI -- rrs and sen R dI1e

Phone 75
sets {IllJ, another i ON CHEAPER
-- -- -- --
1-Oi i example, specialized agri-
( ult ural regions use comparatively --
-
t t \ large quantities of gasoline "- TEefngera HOME LDiNG. I Ii'
I i lor hauling crops to market I Electric S L E T S
j
I lh< n'Ion., volumes: sold in these I an I I Civ. Your C Triad
j I regions cannot be compared with i'I lien SE ICE I HIGBflE & or
I ,..lea in dissimilar region How- i' I No Job T rge Or Uncle Billy sez. A Complete heck UI


AestRA it iver I unites; comparisons in sales in a showing particular I HOBS Too s allUND I f ,.......... pehall.e by II. .,... ..... P4 W514..1.. J W O R HAM i EXPEa9NCErlND ARtl

TAX AND dLEINVESTIGA 1 culity, one year against anther I General r.a. 4 Klan..
oitraetinf OPEN se [ DAILY
NS J
EJCRoJl (, indictt- the general economic ELECTRIC CO. and Re '

TITLE INS / 4CABSTRAC I trend. ,of that locality I Day f n. 1, I P. O. Bo sat { Stand *d Oil Co

FLORI i REAL ESTATE SALES UPOrlando j Hobe Sojnd\3271 When we ar' young, and ort One Block \V Palm sorts s es E ITATIDR

Feb 5.-Rsal estate Nite PhoneStuar(347.J o'silly, we see life oh, 10 I City Bridge fn The RALPN P HANDLER, D..
r I 4. 'i Sall a In Florida during 1047 I aJ diff'rent! We live each day Righ 1. HLw.,
.
amounted W more than $708 "
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JIM KENrt "55.157, based on reports from 32 so "Willy-Nilly and that
FrM d t ../ th' 'twas meant' But _. _
way
STUART, I R A leading counties where real ,' ( -
fi /' J when we're and hav'
estate u active. i- I grown
--- -- -- TRUEMAN I 400-_ R our problems. and work to SUTTON'S Jepen Hdwe

iWatc Periling I MAKE ENDS MEET, we I
Service Sta
Subscribe know our parents wer' prec' n I
rf
: ront Properties [ 0 0 ious! gems who supplied th' SURE

I Along the In tan and St. Lucie river and Hobe Sound. FEED\ I to things to eatl I + Formerly We r'. f ( TfV THEM 11111GENERAL

Ocean Fronw.see AND LIlli or I ] StuartNews We haV to live, and face i Crown Gas and \ado( I ARE MORE THAN

\ t INSZCTIC1hrsJts I I 1 th' battle, to know what Repair Soft Pink*
UJ.YRY I '. I APT TO HAVE IT.
UMfDIU I makes life. Click -: for

44q STUART FEELI STORE I I J f I / babes require Iota more'n a I One mile So. S rtAVE.

: ft IHFLA R .. NONE SIC : RATTLE, especially when 7 Jensen Bead

\\ { RIVtR'r i J4 MARTI M.. i .I.I I l they ar' sick I And then they ..Fed No.- 1 .
1
t -
--- le grow and SO DOES TH'' I -

t / 4p -_- ---- BILL -- their needs seem ..' LI --
I : never to end -H takes much
I Get Miles o ear I I
t OC St I I more their stomachs to fill; more clothes to buy and mend I I' C ON eRE T Quinn's Store

( p R C P Th' moral this ; DON'T RUSH TO MARRY giv' Jt a, Foundation, Floo

0 -' S IIS YO R IRES I plenty o'thought! For when youJre wed ther's loads to I Driveways, Sidewa Meat, Groceries

tI e, t .. carry that you've not KNOWN ABOUT! And It's not fair Blocks, Brick; D I And Frosen Foodss.4.s
I _/; wt..ul : Boa Dudes T4 (w 1.4.e to th' wife and kid, to hay' to live hand to mouth-'tis Tile Septic: Tan OOUCI'I

\ ., I All Ty s f Marina -, .4 44, Is. .4.114. ..4. better to wait till fortune bids, than MARRY and then. la Fact ..:VRLTIIt'1, GIFTS

I.n f j Co tr ction "GO SOUTH Everything in Cotrete tu"D1NOLla'uY

1 I Ivan| aylor I C Se A O S 1 IJ A DUNTI Jensen Beach

1 Sens ileaPHO ...ut Mm r TM ,..1oIt
p. o I Feder Highway I. L DECKlR
I 104J I 'Bos Je27-W PHONE 9131-J
I 936, Ph, < J ,,
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H w.. Web ( ft-dway 1, LOOK You YOUR will BEST PITCHFQfcD'S I r Stu t -- COME, IN FOR YOU!

favorite
M rS f You Visit

i I 0 AQTHORIZL EE FOR I NCHS'RSHOP aurr Auto amp records

F ; BAR Cot .. ud Boat
) : Modernjpottage*
I W ujaETAO.Seafood .
SALES o s vlci Oldest ShV In Stuart And Tr er Court Rsquests

t ,L : Your P Arena go KENTALi s W>*V O* Filled
WRECK VICE Apprec ted Bait For Sale BvLNIENCES,
Ei ALL r The
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t ;a t PHO E 1 I''I I Lyric Theatr Stuart Id g. I JENSEN AT COUNTY BEACH samoa I BLAIR&nd BAKER R ORD SHOP

', t 1 J--- a /t.r ns. L ic Theatre Bld|.
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Listings of Improved ad Unttnproved Properties CASE S I SEDCWICK
I T ougbout Martin County SERVICE STATION PAINT URAHT I PI lag A Heatiaf
I Golden ROOFING
I ndLUNO Casnp
iI; VRANCHES PAINTS Metal
; r ACKEAGK ROtM E
I I .. VARNVES Cabin Trailers Teaniw,' Court C9n.tnctlon'r.
Stwsll runt RIver-U-Klver :nvperti* AND Pte Na ftVrgM
'I' t TRAJIEft FAIK AMELS B ita and Cat Red or .*- Durite Court
I.
JLv
r '; Jupiter Island\kean-tv-Svand a.C Estate 81&.. Beer anJ Soft -inks I D..I.: $ Beer Served f RepairingBli Perma t Asphaltic CourtConditioning N* M T T-

\ ( Sandwicfet, Sou|, Pie IHUwteauM, Sundays Se, Colorado Ave. STUARTlPLUMBINCA

I .: t Iti Miles of gt rt so I Phan 9141 and Leave MET A. WORK

C.. B. ARBOGASTRaalbtaU Federal 11-Way 1 D.PONT m. O Lam, IiL miles So. Stuart, .wage nn Supplies I

.1 to Iiteal..I&ta.. WATERFRONT rsOFIBTIU buuraae GULF .A80Lf 'F.. 0. Aread. O. Bs'$77 ed. HigMway No. 1 J W.4 Stu a a.e Fla.sit: J*NUN BEACH a N Omar p.r 1 rlsht s $ay

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TO! STUART,NEWS,STCABT, MARTIN' CO0NTT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1M' PAGI THIRTEEN
.
NEWS OF and ).Ira", James Merrtt. a.Ogoonnoe :::::::.. .-., r'=:.n.-. In Jensen Beach Approximately 10,000 coconut,-of Key Blscayne near Miami. 'f

Mr. and MM. Bob Scurry left palms, the largest number of The site was formerly a copra ,
)pical! Farms Friday evening for Jacksonville Horticulturally Speaking By. CHARLOTTE HEWER I these tropical trees to be found 'I plantation and is now k public 1.I
when they will be the week-end In one place In the mainland recreation area known as Cran-' .'1
ji, MRS. JOt SAWTELL guest of Mr. and Mr* Virgil OtOgOt ====OClO=====000t OClO Mrs. Helen Wehrel of Indlartapolls United State dot the upper half. don Park I M,
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: Hoffman. BULBOUS PLANTS ADAPTED TO FLORIDA"By arrived this week to spend
Albert Lilly and
and Mra the
remainder the season with
Mrs John ROM and Mr. N. B., WYWDHAM HATWAWJThi
f jack of Portsmouth Ohio, her
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Her- '
Cleary ol Portsmouth Ohio, arrived -
Monday evening dinner this week and will man Fromer, and her niece,Mrs.: CLINTONE WAX
visit at article thi
and Mrs. Carl Roth. foOoivfng/ / WIll frtttnted at the annual meeting/ of
i of Mr. \the hone of Mr. and Mr*. Carl Florida Harper Quinn.
-jert Lewis of Panama City Roth for two weeks. Stat Horticultural Society at St. Petersburg November, 1947. 1a It's Sprayed Into All Cracks and CrevicesOf
tiling at the home of Mr. Mrs Lloyd Rlx wu hostess at Tommy Helller,Jrn returned Your Car

rsoriurns a Stanley Product party Thurs CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK home Thursday from the University MOT SWAY ,
CK RELIEF ,
day Afternoon. The
[ d DtaiMM*ri ln*fish held outside her trailer party Mr was, The Dutch Iris, horticultural types derived from bulbous species of Florida at Gainesville YOU* CAR GULFLEXKD WHLLIN MOTION x'
Clyde Gale native:: to the Western Mediterranean region, are excellent'for cut flower He win re-enter the university \l MODERN METHOD Of LUBRICATION fllT
)MACH ULCERS I won the guessing In June. %A,. ...t.... ta ImtUff Tkl N.w MrtkW.StuarServitce ...
word game and Mr* Grace o and garden use in Florida but the bulbs do not last more than one I '
fr.EESS ACID Menntnger of Topeka, Rang.: or two seasons, a* .a rule succumbing to rots in the hot weeks of late Mrs. t. H. \\idan;; hostess Station
1d Ra..Tr.aun..ttaatnp.r won the door prtae. Everyone: spring before maturing properly. Even when lifted in spring there was ,:,
to a of her friends
l bman.rnb.vnW.11 C..t Yes N.tAleg.. had an enjoyable time. The is usually s large loss but the bulbs are inexpensive: and their beauty so Tuesday afternoon group at Seymour'sInn. W. (L RUN, Men \ Gut.? ODUCTS nw 1144 te(
,. hostess
served
,q.en y.. ... ems be ,..Ii.r.1dal and hot tea to sandwiches)Ire. Menninger cake, outstanding that they are well worth trying year after year, The pretty Three tables of bridge was
wWMee..as Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Hobson Reddish, Allium Neapohtanum,behave similarly as do many other charming I enjoyed and high score prizes p '
Mrs. B. A. Burton, Mrs. Robert bulbous subjects from the Mediterranean and African areas. were won by Mrs. Adolph Hertel JAMES L. GRAHAM: lJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIII' '' IIIIIIIIN IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIj
McPherson, Mrs James Rider, The white callas, Zantedeschla aethloplca, and lit ..emidwnofvariety { and Miss Georgia Turner Those Graham recently was designated
d'hwd'y : /. Mr: John slay and Mrs, Jot I the Godfrey Calk are handsome and valuable In Florida'for playing were Mrs. Jennie Brown administrative assistant to State "nE E R' S"
and Mrs. Julia
Gault of Genera,
SawteaMr the home and for / School Superintendent Colin
I garden commercial planting. They are winter and Ohio
ARMACYibd. sisters of Mrs. Alderman,
UNER'S
sus n.VsHe's : Hobson*. James Reddish Rider and Mrs. I spring blooming, and usually come back quickly after freeze. The Mrs. Minnie Klpp, Mrs. R. 6 English and will take over Eng 3 Miles North U taunt on U. S. 1 i f +
all-day attended the Godfrey i Ja most popular in Florida, while the larger Aethiopica typeis Robertson Miss Elizabeth Robertson halts duties Feb. 1 continuing = DELUIOUS 'Y'
meeting Tuesday at Palm
City for organizing ot a more commonly grown in California., The Godfrey 'fa largely grown Mrs. Elizabeth Alderman; through English's campaign for.Governor 'Y'Ij.t
county
home demonstration council.Mr In Florida for shipping of the flowers. Mrs. .Laura Howard, Mr. Sey- of Florida. FROZEN CUSTARDS ;
and Mrs. C )J G: Nourse of The yellow (Z. elhottian) and pink (A. rehmanni) Dallas are mour Gideon, Mrs. Lewis Gam. A ,
A Fellsmere were the week-end show and effective plant for winter gardens for a season. The bulbs ble,.Mrs. Hertel, Miss Turner and past month with her mother = ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roth. /hold Mrs Alderman, Hot Ha Coffee
to over. ,who ha been 111. | Dogs, rgers, | I'/i.
Mrs. Jam Merritt and Mrs. The Hemerocallu or day lily,which is as well known as any tuberous Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gamble .1 I ,
Joe Sawtell attended the executive rooted plant, and has recently been enjoying tremendous increase I I and Mr. and Mrs. George Paine Mr and Mr. Harry Segerstrom = Watch For Our Stand Ju* 0 h Jensen Cut-Off Road

meeting School of Wednesday the P-TA at after-Salerno of popularity nationally as well as in Florida, succeeds admirably In I attended the dog races In West have as their guest Miss Helen I iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii, '''' '''' '''' ,, "iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin'iiINNERSPRING ,, , ,' {:i
noon. Florida, especially the mare or .less evergreen types. The state experiment Palm Beach Wednesday night. Jpunskl and Michael. Mansson II., ..
station has an important breeding project on this plant, and liar- of Brooklyn
Ida 'may l b*'said to have been one of the, leading teeters ofdaybly Miss Connie Segerstrom and MATTRESS ;' (
Miss Ruby Williamson of West of
breeding and research in the 1 15 Prominent Mrs. Jo New JerseyIs \:
leading
past yearn among Palm Beach spent the week end not f\
workers with this flower have been T, L.,Mead,,Dr.'II. Harold Hume, here with Miss Segerstrom' par- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. I '
Prof. E. L. Lord, Prof. John V, Watkins Ralph Whaler Dr. IL P. cots,Mr, and Mrs Harry Segers- A. Hendry and family. BOX PRING ,

Got Ne Traub and other. The Jacksonville Garden club has contributed materially trom. Mrs on legs! : j ;.
Rex Graham and
daughter ,
to Its: promotion as a fine garden plant'in Florida and our
Life! own Lalemont Garden have produced a few varieties which have Allen Kendall left Sunday for Vie!, left Friday for their $69.50 ValueTWINOHDOUB 59so ) :
HDJo met with considerable popular favor. leading,Pa.where M was calledby home In Philadelphia, after j tJ :
I'll give wo Lachenalia Aktroemeria the critical illness of his spending a short vacation here I ''n'' :
your Hedychlum, various Zingibers Agapanthus mother, Mr*. Mlckle Kendall. !, ,
gued tires a ",eeo d ,, Moraea. Oxalis, Belemcanda, Sauromatxun, Achlmenes, Gloxinia wlthher_ parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. Ft. Pierci f '
Id" that'll make: 'e Cesnera, Amorphophallus Alpina, Cypella" Curcuma,, Was, Leucojum, Mr and Mr. William Lesson L Jones and her grandmother S1eeShop I', I I
> like brand-new] Brin) Eucharia, Maria, Hymenucallis, Watsonias, Leucocoryne Curls, of Ontario, Canada arrived Sunday Mr. Lena Jones. Fort Pierce, Fla. 120 N. 2nd Phone 710 ::1 ;
(your old tread-bare Kaempforia Cannas etc., are other subjects to be mentioned in this to spend the balance of the{
1/., We'll renew 'em : J connection as Well worth growing In Florida. As the result of personal season at Pltchfords.: This Is 'Italy's chestnut groves are being !11 1
Iff experience.or the experimentation of other growers to Florida knownto their first visit here In eight destroyed by the same Asiatic

Reasonable,Prices us, these can all be recommended for trial. Some of( them will need years, blight that killed most of TOM Y S1A.YSWhen
coddling; while others will last for year with little care. In particular Mrs. Mable Nelcoskey returned I America's chestnut trees, Protect -
| Stuart Recap r I would point to the Cruiums and the Grimm hybrids for easy bulbs Sunday from Cambellford Can- Florida's pine from their j,
Service neon in the) garden with abundant blooming rewards for little care and"/ ada, where she ha spent the enemle
Outb ird Motors trouble. Many of them are handsome foliage specimens, too. Traveling SouthDon't l 1/
IOn'. Service> Station One of the significent events In the bulb history of Florida was: A Se Forget to Drop In '' I'III '
FED. HIGHWAY U. S. I AVER the organization by four plantsmen at Orlando in 1933 of the Amerkan BEER and ALE I
tin ....... ,... SA A SERVICE Amaryllis Society, now the American Plant Life Society, which has For III

S. Dixie published a succession of yearbook under till name "llerbertia" which $4.5Q Per Case II ,
contain valuable and informative material on various bulbous Moryllids Schlitz Pabst. Budw\er and MiUer High Life YOUR FAVORITE j ,0;

and the Ilcmerocallis or day lily, under the editorship of Dr. Hamilton DELICIOUS..TA SANDWICHES I T DRINk ( j ""I,
"DINE CE"SEYMOURIS P. Traub of the, U. S. Dept: of Agriculture, now of Washington! D. G Drop in and enjoy you orite er and Sandwich sw ,
andAT This Society baa had considerable effect In stimulating enthusiasm for I
Plenty of Pa ing aceOUTPOST The Way You Like It .,,.
tile field of bulbous plants.

One of the fascinating facts of bulb culture and experimentation In L CH BAR J
Florida II i the seemingly endless list of new material which we are (1. s. e INDIAnTO ROAD A GOOD PLA FORDANCING A GOOD TIME '
INN anxIous to obtain and test for-Florida condition There is always so ARNOLD 5.w ern,
much to look forward to seemg and so'much work to be done that It

TASTY DEUCIO FOOD keeps: one on the alert continually. Never a dull moment I wish to *ING YOUR FRIENDS \ i
V I tank you Mr. Chairman, for the opportunity to say something In be. AND
Mixed Drinks--Be %_n Drift :half of my favorite subject, and to express to you, ludiei and gentlemen, CANDIESAbsolutely ENJOY.YOURSELF

HEAR GENE ON E LOVOX ,my sincere appreciation for your kind attention. ,Made Every sy Fresh TASTfr, DELICIOUS SANDWICHES

STEAKS and OOD Harris ''Wall made a business Chocolate Butt Creams, Cocontt Bon-Bons, Fine Liquor of All ,Kinds
triP to Gainesville this week.: Coconut Crew a, Pecan Pralines\Ind Fudge
OUR SPE3AL1en Mr. and Mr. Jack: Sutton I CO LETE ASSORTMENT Off N ALL DAY SUNDAY EVERY SUNDAY

'Beach / SE MOOR GIDEON of moved the Uttle this house week end on the Into Chls one \OU MAY BUY UP tO IO.OOO.. 5e A Boa To Your Friend, TO MY'S BARON
Par Pod From Coast Coast
to
Owner balm Farm. WO&U Of 01 INSURANCE IF
Mr. Mr. A. Kobe ot Detroit
and
are arriving soon to visit- TOUR6 A VETERAN OF EITHER MIL RED HEATH SWEATS U, 3.1 HOBE SOUND ONLY
WORLD WARS I OR H SEE St 12 Mile South of Stuart
Art. Kobe' sister, Mr* Bob Rains Bid, art Fla. '
WO VA OFFICE FOR WTAILS
Brown, I
s II,
WHEN YOU NEILUMBE 'Mrs.James Merritt wu hostess I V 'V Ih
to a Stanley Products party at I I" ,
her mother's home Mrs. J. B. iii"
iauvafe,Monday afternoon. Mr*.
Hobson Reddish won the prize

ANY Mrs.for the Merritt won milk the and bottle word Mrs.game gams Roy Armstrong Mr and-. )1tdUtLL ]


IBUILDINfi C/LL OR MATERIAL SEE cookies Bob The Williams hostess to Mrs.won served Cart the coffee door Sauvage prize and, ( (] i.ir ::

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Mrs D. Sellger Mrs. Hobeon
Reddish, Mrs. Armstrong, Mr*. \
Jack Sutton, Mr*. J.B. Sauvage, ;
last Ceast Lumber Mrk. ,Joe Sawtell and Mrs. Williams SPECIAL SALE of 1\\,


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forest fire 19 Florida are causedby
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Supply e man. Over 72 per cent are ABSTRACT A TITLE CHILDRENS DRESSES 5
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accidentally, and only t per cent INSURAI ECO., Inc. JU
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PACE FOlTRTEE.'II' TIlE STCABT NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNT FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1941


CONSUMPTION OF FUEL I Sbakes'pear had a word fa STUART SAILFISH CLUB BELGIAN QUEEN SERVICE

;c The Inspection bureau of the forest fire prevention, u well as i, ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT CIVIL IFOR"SSenral :
.. State Department of Agriculture I for nearly everything else In human CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 30 /

"l reports 297598\ gal of gasoline experience. "A little firequickly \ li>a I Standing aa of Feb. 4 POSITIONS OPENOpening
f and 29.490 gal of kerosene were trodden out;' he said s SAtLFlSlI Sea Skiffs, small motorkoatsjan,] row
consumed in :Martin Count ["which being suffer'd, river.s I Norman English, Grand Rapids, Mich., caught aboard the Peter
f1 during December 1947 cannot quench." Pan Capt. Eddie Engbfetsen, length 8,feet, 1 inch for seven types of Also Wale /rontagi al Salerno.

Mrs James McRolxrts Spring Lake, N. I.. Caught aboard Little Civil Service workers wert announced Will sell asfy or alL
I' :'"- F UIT Joe. Cupt Ted Preston length, 7 feet, 10 Inches this week by the Civil
Maurice Rothfekl!, New York aboard the
I City, caught Jean Dare,,
I PAC t' Picked Fresh From My rove, Shipped Anywhere Capt. Earl Dare, weight,,"2% Pounds. Service Commission must be received ..UNDERSON FIS/I CO.
' :: ALBACORE Applications Salerno, FljFUGAJTE.
NEW and USED FURNITURE not later than 801't
GUI : REAL B kRGAlNS John erltade, Patterson. N J J., caught aboard Gannet: Capt. A A. Monday In Baltimore for the positions of adjudication
AT Whitfcar, weight, 21 pounds reviewer (trainee)
'J t Let Us Smoke You Fish For Shipment BARRACUDA and adjudication reviewer. Jobs

I' A + i 30 Years Experience Orville Armstrong, Queeniboro E y., caught aboard, Opal Capt., Cecil will be filled in Philadelphia
.pan Joins weight!; 158 pounds. .' New York City Chicago, New, and tffcEENLEEfnlneerlng
Fain f, B. MI SCH BLVEFI1'UlIoA/ York City,'Chicago. Kansas City

Witt V George R. Fearing; Boston, !Mass, caught aboard The Hobo, Birmingham and San Francisco Survey Jg Blue
la thecommission' Prints
factlstblj Carlton Hotel Bldg Old Dixi Capt. Jack Whiticar, weight .9 pounds.COBIA Bids will be received
t office
Washington
Feb. 17 !for Es mates SubmitJ) On
.. f __ --- -_ L. M, Ornstein, New York City, caught aboard the Gulf Stream, until filling warehouse examiner positions Request
-I Capt. Curt \\1 ticllt, weight 38 poundsDOLPHIN . with the Department of
: DANjCINGDIXIE Agriculture at various points Jn 303 E. 4th 54 F Stuart,
T. S. \\uin. New Smyrna-Beach,caught aboard The Spray, Capt. the country Three to five years
Ray Young. weight, 81 l" pounds.. e a experience and a report 'written PHO 311
TAVERN DRUM; OJa given topic are required

C. R. Van Meek, Jackson, Uyo. Height. 9)t) pounds. although no written test will be

.+ .I Every Thursday Night 10 P. M. Tf 1:00 A M. KING. MACKEREL YVETTE DRAUX given.Bids to fill adjudicator posts -

FUN FDR ALL Mrs. Walter kuck Detroit, Mx.lv, caught aboard the.Gulf Stream, Miss Draux of Luxembourg Province In the VA at various points will Now llnder Per nal Supervision of
IJ. Will Be Clad to See If y Friend /From Stuart Capt. Curt hitiiar, weight 55 pounjs selected be accepted In' the appropriateVA EARL IfeDUCAN,
was, beauty
J. queen
MANGROVE: SNAPPER branch office until Feb 24. I
BILL QOLSOr John l 9. Vaughan hubs Sound caught on cut shrimp, weight 7 of Belgium! at an Anhvwp contest Five to seven years experienceis I r

1r 1 1f 2 Miles North Whit City RoaJ on U. 5. 1 I pounds. required but no written,test. I ST. LUCIE BARS
: J! Applications for stuoeni\ nurse

MARGATEBLidwood, 7115 Crsndoii Ave, Chicago Caught!. aboard Salerno News training at St,Elizabeth will be acceptedin HospitalIn LOCI RESTAURANT

:Val, Bishop cruiser, "Three) J Jack. .,""weight 8 pounds? ,- By MRS O. D. QUGLET Washington Washington \Until March 9. LUNCHFJN AND OINNUVNDE
I PORG1E Age limits are 17(4( to 35 and a SUPEa\ttlON Of ANDY TSIMA1
FdR// I Sam Mtyers, No 1 Mans Lund iltnrlte, 111,caught aboard Neal Bishop Mrs R. R. Merritt and Mrs 8. high school diploma Is necessary OTA SUNDAY
BOAT SALEWHEELER cruiser, "Three Jails," weight 1 S/f pounds. F. Griffin were prize, winners at for applicants for the three-year Line of C >oic! LIQUORS. WINES
SHLEPSHEAD.Miss _..J- the card party at the home of training period who win take a nd CORDIALS
Mirvkw. Mangan, Caught!. aboard Hiram III, weight, 4Jt Mrs. jack Saunderson Thursday written testAppUeatlona
( SEDAN CRUI!: Ri |2 x 11 x 36 in., ma- (xninds.SMOOK. afternoon. Delicious refresh are being accepted ....!.,.......
hogany hull, new Chryil. CrojLn motor, 115 h.p., menta were served by the hostess indefinitely By the 6th VS

J t 2 to 1 reduction gear; etc trio bilge pump) one bed \V. E. Allison Stuart, caught in St Lucie river, weight. 31 pounds Johnson Other guests, Mrs were Mary Mrs Chandler Conrad Civil Atlanta Service for filling regional more office than In JENSEN fcOTOR REPAIR

and four bunks; complet galky, bottle gas stove; TROUT. Mrs. Harry Holloway, Mrs. MOO positions of stenographersand
sink; 100.Ib. ice box; 80- Ilosjgas tank) 40-gallon I'' Joe Pitha Lyndhurst t t. N. J., caught In St. Lucie Inlet.. Weight! 11 Charles Conrad Mrs. Thomas typists paying annual entrance REPAIR fell. MAKE CARS '
pounds. < Horan and Mrs John Anderson salaries of $1,854 Examinations
water'tank; one 6 x 6 in. E k rhill anchor and one T\RPO\ of Salenfc Shores. are being held periodically -

1I stock anchor) toilet and I I atof-y) C D, fog fire extinguishers I John Burnett, Himilton, O" caught in Indian river \\eight 8J$ Mr. and Mrs. Milton Maul BOOYlABD FENDER WORK
i Urge size) wi d for A.C. current: 100. pounds guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Roy E. Persons Interested In further I
foot cable VVAIIOO Decker for three weeks left for Information on these Jobs should TO PAINTING
life .
i the
) preserversto Iff water and ready their contact Mrs. Gertrude S Mlnne-
go See it at Totey'sWILL I Roscoe Bali,,::. superintendent of schools, Stuart Caught aboard home In Rhlnebeck, N. Y. nan at the Stuart Post Office Acr [from Sunby
Jean Dire Capt. Earl Dareeifjit' 55 pounds. :Mr and Mrs William Merlnger I 'Acres
of New York City and J Wintersof ,,
FRESH WATER DIVISiON
CONSIDER SMAfcLfJOAT OR CAR IN I BASS Yorktown Heights N. Y.. were June Matousefy E. BRIGHToft-'ooo
luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs
PART lENT.
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William J. Iteiinla, IlilMalo!! Mich, caught on 4-ounce. ny rod. Weight Chailes Conrad of Salerno Wins Spelling Bee I
pounds. Shores :Tuesday ooo'ooo
John It Droning, !New; Yak City caught on Dalton Special, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conradof I irj
H. C. KflTCHEN weight!: 7j]l pounds. Salerno Shores were hosts at June Matotuek senior. won I
; BREAM a going-away party for Mr. and the first prize gold medal in thefinals SEMI OLE IN
204 Atlanta Ave Stuart I David, Donaldson Stuart caught on plug; weight 5 pound, Mrs. Milton Maul of Rhlnebeck of the all.high school'
I SPECKLED PERCII N. Y. Tuesday Other guests Spelling bee at a school assembly ,
I -----.- Mrs.'ltl rnt \Vorthoin Palm City) caught In Spillway 15, weight were Mr.and Mrs Roy E. Decker Friday morning | InJjantown, Florida
Mrs. Rasmus Mortensen and Mrs Six seniors. four Juniors, five I
I 2!> pounds. Mary Chandler.Dr. sophomores and six freshmen'2 21 Miles West !Stuart at intersection: St. LsD
Three bronze sailfish statuettes are this year s prizes, but anglers and Mrs. H. M. Vorls of competed with Don. Romanello:0as Canal and MauuLsn* Seaboard Air Line Railroi
You Cant LoseAll ,are advised) that fish to be eligible for (competition in the sailfish division, East St Louis, 111. and Jensen pronouncer and Miss Pearl)12
must either IK caught from boats privately operated" or charter boats Bench called on tnenda here last O'Neal aa Judge Second prize, fl MC/QERN/
i members of the Stuart Sailfish Club, and this rule applies to those week a silver medal went to senior,IIAlson A HOTEL
I eligible for sailfish, buttons presented by the club Frank Oreenstreet of St. Louis Kimball and third prUf, a'I II
Honor plaques' .warded to anglers catching, on rod and .reel, the Is visiting his friend David Kat- bronze medal to freshman Inei'II (
Work (jfoaranteed i heaviest fish in the following species: tieman, Powell. Kimball was eliminatedon U 'I offeringCOMFCfeiABLE
:! Mrs ':millennium'1 and Mss Pow-S'
I ,. Marti* Bin* Mull S K ... Abraham Kattleman of ;
c.eyou ....... -s o..d..B uw A eawa ..-.JodI.. ell "nauseate
I s.-Wo M.eI.oN! Brooklyn arrived Monday to visit on The prtaes H
\ I :::,:::..T... .M..uese.. GrwM.I.-=:,,.ah'.rJ.l. Ten..,..a.C.U.. Teed,, w..hbh G.III..d.,.,al.IIh Cb..I- '.:; tier son, David KatUeman were donated by the 1 Q; and c.1' .ROOM
I F- Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCormick Merrlman Company Webster
Let U. mate All i fish must be weighed In at the Stuart Fire House and their of s-abrtght, N, /_ and Mrs. 8. dictionary publishers___ :
,'.weights witnessed by officers.of the! Stuart Sailfish Club F Orlffln. of Jersey City, N. J., I at
Your ie t arrived last week lo spend the left Wednesday for their home. !U
winter with Mr and Mrs. Conrad I Single, with cfinnectinl Bath ,. Weekly $111
Mrs Mary will
work with them O
the accompany
power ,
4 4r Power Firm company JoluuKUT: Mrs. Griffin Is sister home for an Indefinite stay i P Monthly &OJ
or what passed for a
power of Mrs Johnson
WIRING and Mrs. McCormick
JOB Mr. and Mrs Robert Decker: I o Double, with f onnectinl Bath .. .
company at the time. la her daughter.Mr. and Weekly W
son David, left for their fl
I I Gives DeMoya Peter Paul deMoya finally and Mrs O. D. Quigley home in Rhlnebeck N Y.. WonII' Monthly 80J
I II zii talked the big boss Into and Mr. and Mr*. John D Stevenson :day. Miss Orace White I
NOW AVAILABLE: letting and daughter, Kathleen of Rhine- Double, withfPrivaU Bail . Weekly J2Sxellent
him be the beck accompanied them. j IIimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiTiiiimmuiiiim
manager at Stuart--
25-Year Pin
I I spent last week end In Orlando
Pop-Up Toasters and he. been talking since on as guests of a cousin Mrs. Kurt i i i jj fining Room

L I the least provocation Schmidt and family DRESSM D Semi g'DeliciousCooked Meals
& H Ranges ; KINGand
Peter Paul deMoya. well- Peter Paul conversation these Elder Levi Campbell of Dade O Best Drlking
L & If table Top Hears I known former manager of the day. has the background of a City will hold morning and eve ALTERATIONS Water o| 1orida'a Cast Coast
1 Stuart office of the Florida Power ning services at the First Baptist I Photi 21
put commander of the Legion Church Mable Arc ;bald
t Waffle Irons t I and Light Company recer.Uy past president of Rotary and Mr, Sunday let .. ATLANlV' I I Write PhonjTl.
and Mrs. J. F AVE. W.
Wester
1 I was awarded a pin by the firm, past president of the Palm Beach of I or r cRae Saunders, Mr
I Cory Automatic Makers denoting 25 of service Ha Stuart called on Mr. and Mrs !"""i"1 I IIIIIIII IIIIUlIl\IIIIIIIIII
years
I County Resources Development !.. :aoc:: .
la J. L. Terry Sunday.Mr. = !ao f "mo i Ot g OA
now of the
office
manager In
t Sandwich Grills Board aa well aa Chairman of ,
I Belle : E. O. Pauk and
Olade and the story of his granddaughter -
j I II I coming to this area was related I many committees on bond Jo Ann, of Fort Pierce
drives Red
Handy Hot I Cross and. other
hers
community
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: as follows In the Belle Olade activities called on,Mr and Mrs Oeorge ,
I Emerson RadiosGamble Clfet I Herald last week: Pete Osborn Sunday
was
given the Hades
I Following World War I, a full- territory for the Florida Power Mr, and Mrs. R. D Merchantand
\\I Hi I fledged OI yankee boy got off and Light Company when it was daughter, Tura Jean and I
the train at Stuart because that a wild and wooly probably because Mary Ellen, of Lake Park and '(

EI -ic Co. I II him as far ride as on the the railroad ticket he would had.let, of pioneering his ability Martin displayed County In area.the Lantana Mr. and were Mrs. Sunday Walter Hogell guests of of 1 N 0 U CINGM

t Radios After .raniblluif:: around some As Its Mr and Mrs P. J Scotten.
Appliances .1 Ele ical manager he sees it now
Coptractin: I time with the The Eev E.!:
next meal depend- M one of the largest and fastest H. Cramsod of
Phone
1 72.R Jensen Beach ing on the I Laughman
I
I uncertainties of growing. divisions of the company preached at the I
manual labor. this OI found Southern Methodist Church last
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I t tt Sunday The Rev A. C. Austinof -C
I u Zephyrhllla will conduct the I didacy
services next Sunday. Everybody
I ------- is welcome.
( thSEtJNG AND FARMING TOOLS Mrs Arlo Carson and children, for
1.j Patricia Kenneth: and Lynn-
FISHING ALL TYPES OF FARMING TOOLSTACKLE wood, of Naples who have been
visiting at the home of Mr and '

".j 1 r [ I Mrs W, M.:..Marc. ..for two weeks Martin Cofty) Representative


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