The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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See The Free Stuart dlfishing Movies At Civic Center Wednesday(Night!


Voic* of An American Community Dedicated le the American Way of Life j: ''t : I

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BOOKS REOPEN HEAD ENIWF..TOK PROJECT Committee! to Probe Canal Project fH'mtlill|': : t 1

ftlESDAY; --- S C e .' !, 1


Registration ot voters in the count;'* eight precincts will con- BASEBALL PARK CONTROL PLAN HOLLAND REPORTS : Y

Idi Saturday night and the books will reopen) In the office of ,

[ lupervlsor of registration at the court house! Tuesday for a -
en-week) period. The sup:rvlsor'* office wiLl be open from 9UI IWORKSTART D }'t'' rutlry 23.- 1918IIonoiulA1 ) !WITH FEDERAL I

| noon and I to J pjn dally l except Sunday from Tuesday 15. Ltuit: : :

noah April 17 The primary election will 'be held throughout I City MatiHfrefT !- f

.. State on Hay 4. City Order Lumber, Grading O Box( SH5: i\\ It ItENGINEERS' l l'I

Only one new candidate cam on the county scene officially Late Water Bill Stuart Florida !

Is week Roscoe H Rollins superintendent of public! Instruction f Payer Hit Dear Mr. Eurit : I 1 1

nounced Tuesday he plant to. teek re-election to the office I appreciate greatly your note of rob 18 with which Head i f'
Qumhvan Group
Id will fin\ with Clerk J. R. Pomeroy this week end County [ Authorization to get work un- you transmitted a copy of Resolution No. 415 as adopted I Named at'' Protest 1. .
InmiMloner CT: W Snipes, who announced for re-election atttrtct Oct way Immediately Oil renova by the City Commission of Stuart on February 11, last ,

: '1 Commissioner three week ago, filed with, Pomeroy tlon (of the East 5th Bt, basebanpark You know, of course, that the so-called! over-all (plan) of Meeting Monday

LterdAy. was given the committeeof water control i invohotlhe diversion of much more water County Commissioner; ;;; OD :: ',

Supervisor of registration are not authorized to carry tblr' Commissioner Arle Stuart southward and southwestward through the verjjlade; [ ,. Quinlivan and his four 111' : ,

jlu around the county registering.prospective: voter*",.Attorney and Jack L oleman at the National J'ark region than has been the case heretofore committee members appoint I'
Incral Watson has advised Mr. Jessie Tlnsley CarswellIniatka ,
1 Tom commission meeting at city At the tame time. the first and most immediate possibility ed Monday "morniriK to investigate .
Putnam County supervisor, had inquired If the could
hall last night for helpful work is in the deepening of the St. Lucie Canal of the
\fully tarry the registration book from her office at. the court: DIt, DAROL K.FROHAN DR ALVIN C. CRAtES *o a* to increase ill outflow capacity about 58 per cent. all phaKeft j : '

Cue Into the precinct: to register people Watson said the law Dr Fromnn has been Darned director and. Or Craves deputy director lumber Stuart ha reported been!\ordered 3,ODD feet for delivery of. The reason why this work can be reached earlier to thatit proposed $1,600,000 pro. ". :
I to widen and ,or '
ject deepen
sired the book to be kept In the court house at certain times for tho scent at (Iho new Emwctik I' i
.... vftpcrtiwnts, proving this week to Improve the was authorized an a navigation project a couple of years the Cross-State Canal\ had 41

-- -' ground,foe atomic. .w ''T'J1 In, the IVlfic.ailfishing : ._ Hands and roof them and wire ago and can therefore move ahead as soon an an appro- an appointment to confer I' f, f

500 Witness? 1 I to repair the protective screen- prition tan be secured, whereas other parts of the program with U. S. Engineer Chief '1Col. 1\t
[S RED CROSS Inn on the stands Is to be order-
LODGES POLITICAL BIDSANNOUNCED ed soon County Road SuperIntendent will have to await Congressional authorization of the flood Willie n. Teale and his ""t ,
PLAN SO FAR A. A Hendry was an- control program as a whole which i III just being introduced administrative assistant, R t poJ.

ilVE TO OPEN Sunday RodeoIn thorlzed to go ahead with grad. today. You know, of course; that I am making this effort Payton, in Jacksonville j' \

REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin log of the Held and to plac the my major one, and frankly I am pleased so far at the plan thin morning. Kmults of the I II e :.
Indiantown NEW BUILDING It: Roweil Henry P. Lyon and dragline in a marl pit north of by the district en/Lucer; thp htarinjf b< fore the Rivers and ccnfcrenuand vihat futim II l 1 ;'
George Keith. Stuart from .which\ marl will\ be I harbors Hoard and the approval of the report of the ,, jl f
the committee i
MONDAY steps! ii" plan
COUNTY COMMISSION, DISTRICT hauled by four city and county
Rivera and Harbors !Board by the Chief of t hnjiineers; which
ning not available when
II M. K. Langbert, C trucks The field is expected to Wt'rc'
CAPN FLACG Building of a Masonic Templeon places the flood control now before (ontrress
By program this isNui III'1 The_ News
W. Shipea R B. Spinney and be ready for use soon after ( went I
; between the \ I ,
""- Oeceola: Avc
More than 600 enthusiastictans with the complete blessing- the Corps of Kngmeen The '
Ransom R Tllton April 1. to press
volunteer work., Bartlett Brothers' Electric Company ,
(ore l than 100
la also considered the S
Budget Board
i ,will make a canvass of Mar.! friend and families gathered and Martin County Cleaners COUNTY COMMISSION. DISTRICT As a result of notice by City program being by The five-man group wa ,
[ County In the two week 1948 at the Troop Brothers' Circle on two lots with 100ft. frontage :3i: Arthur E Sims. Manager L B. Eurlt that serviceto where we hope for approval. named at a special meeting\ of ,I .1

vs of the Red Cross to. be T, Ranch In Indlantown Sun, 1* planned by members of COUNTY COMMISSION: DISTRICT a nwmber of city water consumers Assuring you that we are hoping to move forward the commission at the Civic ,
(nched Monday', Chairman day afternoon to watch Martin the Masonic Lodge and Eastern SC! M. Metcber and lot will end within the next with the overall program under!! which flood water? will Center which was called to protest I I .
I Pence announced today. A I Star Chapter here, It was an Brown, few days for failure to pay water be stored and ultimately discharged through the park-area allocation of funds to start I III :
bper will be held for white County cowboys and cowgirls\ in. nounced yesterday, CIRCUIT OIKT JLDGEt; A.O bills, the commission adopted a rather than lost to (Ihe Atlantic and with cordial greetings the project which would Increase '
tk-ri at Cblsholma\ at 8 thrill and spills, wild horse riding ulur* policy of suspending ser by 58 per cent the drain '
pm 1 For the purpose of financing Kanner to you and to the Mayor and members of the City Com I II'
borrow. Colored workersmeetMM steer bulldogging. calf roping and greeting the structure the CONGRESS: ATM DISTRICT.DnijhtL. vice on delinquent consumers. mission, I remain age of muddy excess water from I ,I
Lake Okeechobce through the '
after notice A $25
and other events typical of lodge joined to organize the j five-day J
bnder general chairmanship Florida ranch and cattle life Unity Acacia Corporation Which Rogers. membership by the city In the YourH faithfully St. Lurle RIver. according to .

I Pence, with Mr*. P. L. Steels -I" A new large arena enclosed bya will. direct erection u soon as SHERIFF; C. 11. Hancock, East Coast Highway Association bru&ARD: L. HOLLAND sponsor. i

In chairman of displays : heavy woven wire fence has sufficient funds are secured and COUNTY JUDGE: Arthur R. wu approved but T J F. Ken. SLH/ec _. Quinlivan was authorized to In t ,
1.1 The rionls.i for 1300 to --- ---- --- ------ -- -- I'
1 Lyons, publicity with been erected.; chute and the corporations' offices feel ] nedy's request support vestlgat and report back to the I '
irlotte S Welch, Jensen I pen are built of steel pipe "the time Is right to build," Although L i TAX ASSESSOR: A C. Cour. the American Legion Junior 1---- committee as soon an he cart
kch, u chairman tof staff all painted sliver There are no no defInite plans have !. baseball program here his TALK ON TREES Winter Guestsitivited" learn details of the pro]rot, J I
lu of the county have been Hands, and no admission Can been accepted it expected it j TAXtbLLtCTOR: L C, Kick- summer was tabled\ fpr convidejgtlon He In turn named State Scu

did Into sectors, with the I lined up 'round the fence to see will be a tWC -ltory building with liter. Evans Crazy. Price M\ French,
ring volunteers: I horse and cattle action some of store on the ground tewt and CURK..o\l.\ CU&CtIT: tOURT I -,Chamber of Commerce<< Man' to See Commissioner Arthur E. Sims ,
which war equal to that exhibit J. R FomerayPROSELVTINO, acer H >9 Kraft request for HERE TONIGHT and Ernest F Lyons memb-ra
.-. __ _.... N... 5.lwd.5I lodge rooms 0,1'the\ second<<,floor a*
four benches to be
ed at big elty-pro-rodeos ATTORNEY three or of his committee and all
''' It. ii. were
't#;.:.... :'' a.., .5.ffi:. =; Jim Day, top hand 'at the Decision to build was made at T. T. OughttnonSIPER1ISOR placed near the Chamber ot- :......- Famous FilmsAll expected to attend today1) sesfion. ,
a Joint of the 1
ISa..aa..a Jhp. ... .. ranch and champion cowboy two Supper meetIng : OF REGISTRATION' nce on West 1st 8t was tabled Trees" Is ( .
fl.lI, .._ ., .. II. P. lodge at the Woman Club Feb. "Flowering Tropical
,...I.-sa.a. 0TI.e.ldi.. I yean ago at the Davie rodeo ) Mrs. I. r Blakeilee when Commissioner Kenneth One speaker after anothe,
,,4m... II.... M. I. It,.,.. Mr.. was arena director and also a IT which 125 persona attended, COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMLNt Stlmmell motion that the the subject of an illustrated lecture Martin County winter visitors 'rose at Monday ,* meeting
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in.ld..a. U 8. IS H- Officer of the corporation include to be given at 8 tonight at I
H. 0. performer Supported by plenty U L. Frtpp (Precinct benches be secured! from those! are invited to be the guests witched at the last moment '
L a.Wrt 6.--'v, =c= i of hard rldln' buckaroos. Jim' f; E. Van Scoy president! 1)). B. B. Krueger (Precinct now In front of the 4th 61 p.rk' the Stuart Woman Club by Edwin i I from the court house, to
Cln VI**. N... .M. a, ron Ralph) Ulmer, vice-president: I of Sluart Sailfish Club at a free report i Ion
n.1'S. T.yk. .. ft ...* Mn I show, while perhaps a bit slow 1)I. MyrtinDyer (Precinct 3) and bancUhell died for lack of a second A. Mennlnger, "the flowering I damages to many interests
.iI... Mr.. M. ... JokuMi. Mn.Hill In running off the events was Lee Hlgbe). secretary, Ruth Q II. Tilton (Precinct S). Use of the Civic Center tree man." All persons Interested mid-season showing of the famous here being heavily injured toy .1 "' I r
Stevenson, treasurer Mrs P L.Sleelman. '
Mn ;
LMllto Cnmtr
Mrq hotter than a July firecracker CONSTABLE. Alfred L. Bennett by the SaIlfish\ Club next Wednesday tJ W Dutton sallnshlng film the lakes discharge PredomJ1 1 I i
'[',. "IT:snJiirr::::;:U. 1,50. when chute gate opened, Stock M. Mr*. J. D Parker*and (District( tt) and J. A. Dease night and by the high In beautification are invited Stuart Civic Center at t nant. however, was the feellna I'
M. Q. LJUman directors ,1
H H :
dance f
..Ik.al. KV.IM Cnrv, Mn.rfMh was wild and fresh from the : (District 4)4COUNTY: school Junior class for a : 'I.t Wednesday night. that no action be taken to Indlrate -
:::. H M Xk-IM. MluKite rang. It bucked and bucked and SCHOOL StPERIN.TENUENT March 13 was approved as was : Th occasion Is the regular Port Sewall sports- opposition\ the overall '1""'
SI...., II,.. K 1*. Crk.. bucked. Kids played, families IIEISLCY TO ATTEND ) Roacoe II' Rollins. I T. O Thornton application for of the I $208000000 flood
P..:.y M.C-. MlM' ...NM!, II... monthly program map, has volunteered the use of control plan ''I' ,
,. 1.-.km. ... ..'. AH.HIt visited houn dog barked everybody SCHOOL IN IACKSONVILLE operating<< a taxi service In the Stuart Woman Club. Musical I his famous films on sallnshlngoff but rather thai the engineers b<' ': '
t,M Ifwk, II.... John Hunt, '5s1rlN had a good time. McCARTY INITIATES city at 633 East 7th St. Eurlt made of I
... Ia.. 5,115. 11..1. 5.. A. numbers will be furnished by i this port and tarpon fishing fully aware damage thrlakes
Wv.. .. ., ,. Strong-armed cowboy pushed C Ray HelsJeyplans to leave CAMPAIGN TONIGHT and probably three members of discharge 1 is the I!
II. N D." '' N &1. Mrs. Dorothy Tuck June Matou- In the Keys They will be shown causing
.. ... .. ... Monday Jacksonville to at. I board will attend the mid.
Na., .h 1I..h. N. II. rare out of the sand. And for the sek and! Emily Morrison Refreshments by Neal Bishop\ president of the I county so they may consider I I
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Ulisi SIpSo Ma. 1.1. tend a "'e'k-Ionl school for service conference of the Florida l
:; ... K.ik U.KIImi.\ Mm RMk those who wanted a thirst Fort Pierce, Feb. J8.-Dan Mc-1 year will be served alter I Sailfish Club. lessening rather than incrcut. 11 I
Vi A..... TlI.... Mn. and maintenance of Bendlx League of Municipalities In
Cia; there bIll this d
quencher wa a 'pop' man 36-year-old J the by a committedcomprising Free Florida orange juice will discharge
">>. Mn Hlld. C..tcll.,.. N.. 0.5. washlnlmachlnes and to learn I Carty citrus grower. Jacksonville March 2022. program I
........ II... j... ...... ..... C.rrt. on hand. of Mrs L A. Arbogast be served to all comers. Bishop Sims said actually the project; "
and native this
II.. ..d N.. I.b.I I G.onI. WI were told the show Is to operation of a self-service l.un.jdry cattleman i ---- chairman, Mr*. Earl Elcou Mrs, I> announced ls nothing new since enlarge I
'1 ....L, ,.... 45., H" *_, which he Intends to' open I ClwUI\ his campaign for I GUILD PLAY SLATED I
bet a regular Sunday event during open J, E Taylor Mrs William S Tie affair is jointly sponsored ment of the canal was planned t
4..e 'III......,., A. Ve.a1, the winter season. W* hope In the new Dehon Bldg upon its the governorship here tonight 2 NIGHTS NEXT WEEK Orathwahl Mrs Franklin Rue I i by the Sailfish Club, the Martin years ago when It was dug. How- I It lill,

: '.5-e.0sI Mim U,..b,.Cn Mr.l Cwi :=.. so because we like cowboy and completion., i with a talk-at t p.m. Many I Mrs. R B. McPherson and Mrs.L. .I i County Chamber of Commerce ever he added It was dug primarlly I
Cope L. t.In.ln' horse and dogs and kids When persons from all parts of the Dr. Charles E.: Lane as Newton C;. Klckllter and the City of Stuart as a ges ''I; for navigation and not ''I I
.Et LseiaI "", *,. U'f.s. ; folks 'round Stuart get to know APPRECIATION TOLD State are expected to attend including Fuller and Mrs Elizabeth Madl'ra ------------ I ture of friendship to the tourist! drainage and he Mt the engineers tl

5I, "..... Dr. AWvet M_ about this show Day will behaving Henry A. Kindred\ and his associates a large delegation from as his wife, Anabel wUl NEGRO SPIRITUALS population. ,' should be encouraged to '
'i.'WaS CII I ..._N..., _..._. 0.. ......IL a full house wekly Takea son Henry O. and Bos-.1 Mania County II play the lead part In the Fine TO BE HEARD TOMGHT I These films In color and alow II go ahead with the canal proposition I '
.... ..01....... ..... WVIWjq 5,55,. U's bow Day and you cowhandswho tick Mink, In the new Superette McCartr, who/ served In the Arts Guilds production I of motion are termed among the ( but to work towards tending i ,
., ...-......O. It. II....... worked like .top bands.iMm Grocery on East 4th St. haveannounced Elate Legiamluk. In 1837 lOll "George Washington Slept Here" A program of negro spirit finest In the nation The sallfuhliig f[ as little water as possible I' ''I,
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... '"- II... : Iheu sincere appreciation I and 1MI and at the of In the high school auditorium down the canal I i or I
-.. ..... a._. H..._... W'sI "........ was ag s.ls.by an adult choir of 31 film 'sliowu scor't of the
.I ......, TOM ....... : to' residents of Martin in the history March 4 and 5 at 1:15: I Other Included W. '
, ... 0. 1 N.. Himlluili, Ckiirtolt. Tit..... 89 youngest speaker \ p.m. Tickets mixed voices will be presented battlers of the Oulf Stream be. speakers A. 'ffl'
nk Art.... .* II......OwrM*. "It.. ......... II,._Jean ............ .b..It. ('.....-. County for their patronage on (If the House! of Representatives are on sale this week at tt at t (aught at the high chool Ing caught off this port Upplncott George Ounderson, I" j', I '
T. A. B. 5dS.p4
"i M..rkt.>! ul.... Annht w. Nell 0.OrniHly. An.l* ....,...Tunifr.Wo the opening days of the store :during the' 11141 session for reserred seats and 60 cents auditorium. Admlwiioit Is 60 Not only winter visitors," said Arthur M. Dehon, F C. Baker, I D iJ
jSi...kCTIOIl... W. fTWS. *."_"* w._ .. VniiikiU. ...,,...._. K4<.. It was opened Friday morning- offers himself bn the basis of for general admission with Guild cents. The program Is a repeat Bishop, "but anyone else interested Neal Bishop O C. Smith Commissioner I f ,
SaurwJi-B'-A1- 1 JnkM.il, RHit.LaS,. )I M.K.i...**>, Jr.0s. *l*tMmUu lN.nlllnn to become Stuart seventh grocery his record: as a": legislator and members and at Hall Electric performance of last season after In seeing these auperb I C. M. Fletcher Com-' r I I II'Smith ,
: ::: : ...... .. businessman. I Store, Walker Jewelry Store. numerous requests! by those movies Is Invited to attend. H* missioner R. L. Wall Commodore ',!
l11 Little Ores Shop Pelican Hotel who attended: urged residents to spread the Stanley Hitching, Charles '1 I
Little Beauty !Shop and Sunrise The Lenten season benefit word" among winter guests (Continued on Page Sill I I, ," J I
Boom Proves Gold Mine 'For Stuart .1 Inn Reservations! be made -- ----- -- _.. :
may sponsored by ht Catherines ------ "
with Mrs Evan Crary or Mrs !
chapter of the Women AnxIllary h
4 ..... Price French.Others C j ,
----- of St Mary EpiscopalChsreh Backs PromotionOf :
ly STEPHEN TRUMBt'LL Port BeWaiL Bewail Point and Court apartment\ ) in town mendoiuly and they're hopln'som. In the cast Include Mrs. Proceeds will go Into :
Herald Staff,Writer Snug Harbor-which wrap two Zack; Mosley, creator of ""Smil other east coast clti's will W. F Davey Mr. and Mrs Alex the building fund for the new 'jl I 1
printed from The Miami once-separated Florida areas ing Jack" has taken over a lot glye It a try. This Is a special Forrest Mr. and Mr. H. R. Stet- church Sailfish Conservation 5 : jt :
Herald) right Into one package, of airport I property and soon button awarded to the fisher.. fens George Knickerbocker, All- ;
There1 a story In every one will blossom out with a "Sky man I who is a good enough son Klmbal, Wlllard Wells Harris I
rUAHTThis town Is some- of them. Take this Snug Harbordevelopment. Camp" for visiting sportsmen sportsman to release his 'sail" Lowery Jr., C. F. Ireland Eve THE TIDES -
''I of a Florida oddity. Just for a samplers pilots and their families ,without Injury, leaving It to provide Felnauer, France Waters Grace By RICHARD FAY WARNER preaching/ In public) -'conservation I v5 I 1
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so long ago It was regard- Up at Winter Park the home The Acid of added celebrities fun for some future day. Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Ross txecutlve: Secretary, Stuart

as something of a dividing of Rollins College, they have a also Includes, Movie Adtor Jou These! "rel'ase buttons are, Wttham. H..h .1 We .'sW, lw (ba III levis. Sailfish Club I Smith Indicated he was prepared "I
ne the native charm gag that you Just address everyone Hall and his wife France Lang worn here with fat more pride Ink.* inrlMb. wrb viwUnv M.rrk 4K.ur To promote conservation by to put up a substantial ,
Indian Rive country Just you meet with "Good morn ford, who maintain a home here. than' can be mustered by a fel' ROTARYKIWANISMEET > W.aim_ TI.... .Kor ......11' preventing in no far a* anyonecan cash prize or even prizes but
all he north and the sometimes tog doctor and your chances Scores of others around the town low showing a picture of himself AT COURSE! .4555 P in< add..n 7k 55a1.Ifev1..Ce..p1145 It nln 'w>. I. tick. tit needles slaughter of I the chart-r men themselves before ')

oold Coast' Just to tieS of being correct are about MS au widely known in their own standing beside a dead fish I' ...*"lj k> W. H M tek.ll.' tallfLsh Jerry Smith, one of the such an announcement was
right Her* In Snug field Edwin A. Mennlnger publisher "- They realize of coursj that Rotarlana and Klwanians\ Joined 55W AM.PM I lW directors of the Stuart Sallnsh made, vetoed money prizes on '
the place ha Attracted you're J Just as safe In :: of The Stuart Mews i Ie 'many a fellow wants to have his\ I In a picnic luncheon at Mar- ..).. 1rvk. .1s.'I ':. .t 4'CP1. Club called a. meeting of the the ground that these might well\ .
nany fugitives from that area "Good morning commodore." Internationally known among first "sall" mounted or he may i tin County Golf and Country .. Is I* lIeO.15,55,. 11,11, 554 4,51 I.5 4,45. Charter; captain docked at the Increase the evil that Smith was 1 ,, I
the south-peopls who have The colony Is being built, for botanists a"th. flowering tree want to enter the big one \In I Club yesterday noon then view., I IUTIW 5.55 451 Lighthouse pier Tuesday nlftht seeking to ,3llmlnate g, '
t sort of money but who don't the most parby tome 20 member man" being an authority ,on tournaments.. But they bellm ed numerous Improvements on M-J II.::: .S 155, 1.15 5,15 0,5.? 15 1:1': and announced he will offer a There are tricks to every trade' Is
or that sort of display\ -that of the Chicago Yacht Club. that subject that the wholesale; \ fish killing! the nlne-hol, course .11... of ',U '11I t... 515, prize to th captain who each and In charter fishing for sail I '
radically ha -Gold. Coast" And there are eight excommo- Sallflshlng Is a major industry that has teen going on elsewhere month releases the moat sailfish, -wire leader 40 and 50 feet ,
Uown"d doom of that organization\ here Through the Stuart 8aU- Wilt eventually hurt the 1 KIWANIS FILM SHOWN "I have alway contended! long that only have to be touch'

they have it without sac- They ar Dr Hollls Potter Dr. lisle Club this small community port faTe' release button"Idea "Feed Jones, Klwanlatt\ ,", a THE WEATHER. said Smith "that no conservation ed to count a* releases; the '
e to the aforementioned In. Arthur Mets, Well Llppencott Of some :3600 persons spends was by *r charterboatman i flint presented by Kiwanis\ In. work Is really worthwhile handling of the boat when t.
>I River charm, I Karl Nlbecker, George Sollet P. about $13.000 a yar in promoting here, Cap o C Whltlcar ternatlonal! showing work of -- unless it ha the support of the,. fish hits and Int.co..lve. fishing\

01 don.1 see this picture : C H Peterson and that sport Booster estimate Stuart expects: to take tvngreater Klwanians 'over 'the country. .,...r tk. ...M...| imkN ,.,> ._._ h,. Captain I have asked you men In fact the statement was made
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sing through on V a. t thla i h : They've dredgedout that, conservatively, it forward stride in the 1 was shown at the Stuart club elIp> ... m.tt, Pie. to meet here together so that that the basic cause for the alleged
ig one of th* minority towns a 373-foot harbor and now brings In $1000.000 a year next couple of years chief weekly noon meeting at the T-sp-se-s N..dls.. we could agree on a definite program slaughter' of saIlfish:; in a
'I that highway.wher* they are debating on what class of Editor Ernie l.yone-80mlwhaL stymie her In the past has been Woman' Club Friday There _. .. M..l-s.. .MIs.. ., to conserve our sallnshlng'What recent ,tournament held near ,
\ rout you through all of sailing craft they will' adopt for of a celebrity himself through the rathjr roundabout and dif I were six guests present ,P.5.10...., I' Ce ccP.5i5 51" with the fresh, water Stuart had) Its genesis In money
bUsiness district, This factS racing-ait argument that probablY his national! magaalne article*- ficult way out to the ocean : .. .- ...5i asph ruining the, fishing in the St. awards for released fish. ', p
should bring the town a ner'r will end consider fishing newt aa page apross a> narrow wooden bridge I TOURIST Cll'B' TO MEET 55 .5 'SI 5cP.S. Lucle River there 1 just will not Smith U going> put up a permanent
ribbon from the, traveling One of this group Andrew one new And that the way: at Jensen Beach. That's' about The Tourist Club will nvet for 5.h: as J1;: 4.p.5.5 be any fishing in Stuart of any trophy This trophy will '
Ie, Berkey. bought the strictly hlgri- 1M plays It. to be taken cart of with, a new a cowered dish supper at the ".INCHES SAlNfALL Os ,. kind if.our sallflshlng is wiped have a plaque and the ram of
ut leave that maim highway class SunrIse\ Inn Just to keep The saUflshlnf deal! here ha $2,000,000 concrete span 'out to I Civic Center at t:30 p.m. Monday p.). is .coP.S. out and it will be wiped out if the captain who has released the
drive around here a bit and himself busy br, Potter and several been' given a. new twist They blue water, and .tveryon will be Mr*. J Y. Harper will have .. ,.00oIAt we don't ourselves practice InaCtion most sails and his boat will\ bs' '

see place like Jensen $eath, other ,own the Atlantic think Its helped the sport tre- I happy i I I charge of'' the .program, ,1 : what some of us may be (Continued' Pile 81*>


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VETS 46-42 iI 3 ,EssentialsFor : IN IRC Buffi*-head ducks will grace Uon and Publicity. the Wildlife basketball' Stuart team will close out 1Itrace.winner! In rt>. "lit.

I I 'AG' the 1940 migratory bird hunting I Management Institute was) Informed their regular season In, Fort week sailboat race al\Ona 1

r Putting '' stamp according to a recent! announcement today. The recipient of Lauderdale tomorrow night the Hobe Sound Yacht C1t4,

teLIJ The Stuart Veteran baskSt. 'TOURNEY OPENER Ot the Departmentof this honorarium will ba elected: when :the boy will be seekingto Hob Sound when ft copp

AT' ball team, (till"Making Us Tint the Interior the Wildlife by three leading conservation snap a ..,en-Iam. losing race last Wednesday afteJ

ftto this winter. will play Boynton (Editor N"tT"4/, h the I Management, The new Institute Stamp stated designed today 1st*.Th judges, as yet unnamed, streak: with a repetition of ther) The\ Pirate finished econd ,

.1\ ; ; Beach'i Palm Beich County ettAthof M'M of fci/JU:* qf/ : II Whip TihaiU; Fort Pierceto by Maynard Reece, staff artist wilt announce their decision at defeat of Fort Lauderdale here Scot Free third In the tti"(
span ue' trig/ ,j{ in /I'rlrtrd' \ lu' Antlif/! Hunt' a month ago. Th girls will play field
LI\Ii\ champion in a return Close Regular 'f the Iowa State Departmentof the 1946 annual convention of .
Pat: Game! there at 8 p.m. Saturday.SOfnton' I 1 r tiff! tit/ 'uirytrfW/ ,finifi'tttt( /nil. I Seaaon. History and Archives. Des the association next SeptemberIn the opener I\Cven-game'' Triton snapped the BHIIM,

'''Witt tall black- nd-or. at the MeiHu/ CI onxltj! Crf'/f/( ftiulCwnitii 1 Moines. and now In the hands' Ohio The girls skein broke Friday a by belting i skein Sundaywith! hi ()
) Cluh) of the engraver, shows two male I losing "!It
tacit ange-clad I Martin County High Schools 16-10 but the decision of this
Quintet hung on towm ; ; dewlston there keaton u ,
siblli. and on female buffle-head in A 48-8tate ef current IJo
a 46-4] decision: her Satur By ANDY:. HlNTtltPutting I'[court forces closed out their 17. / night methods of conservation and boys bowed 2923. Both Stuart In which only first and'a141
day .night but on the high schoolsfloor i 1& a gable l of Golf in i gains regular season on a successful i The new stamp, which sells science ,,teaching In !the United outfit were victimised the West Palm here place: wet awarded 5cuh
only after the out night as
manned Vet mad a determin Itself: It tan bring us weel of I note Tuesday\ night when I for II. Is the 16th in the aeries States has been Inaugurated bya Beach girls won, 13 9 and the finished second, but of th lilt
I ,, from four Issued annually to provide! fundsto group of eight Cornell Unit competitor two went
0d last period bid for victory woo according to our manlpulaUott i they came behind& [toys scored 41-20 qualified, one capsized
However, it was learned Monday i Uott'of It. i times to notch a 45.. decision help finance. the Federal Government vanity graduate students the failed to finish the arch'

that veteran guard Bob Motley 1 'i'over Fart Plefc on the Eagles wildlife refuge program Wildlife Management Institute FORT PIFRte: BOAT count....
will\ to able to return to action I could il\1k all day on the dlffereiu Ninety per cent ef the learned today, The survey RACES BILLED SUNDAY
this week end caislderably stance used in putting floor The win war Stuart llth I Ii funds realised from the sale of which should be completed S late i
; ; -
brightening the prospect of the there are so many ol them, but ;In their first season under the stamps is \used by toe IT. S. In_ IIH8. will be conducted by sixmen \ : Outboard motorboat rae *.
Vets I i Coach Joseph, McCoy and sixth I Ii :Fish and Wildlife Servloc to supplement and tw women under the Pelican yacht
becoming! the \second team there is only one putt and that j| sponsored by th!
to whip Boynton which now has I the one that' up and In As\ In nine non-conference starts other fund for the purchase supervision of Or E.: Laurence.1 1 Club of Fort Pierce will be held
L won lit of its 20 starts tam so stance U concerned 1 i Tonight the annual Indian j jI and maintenance cf" waterfowl Palmer professor' of science and off South Causeway Island Sunday -
refuiies throughout the nature education at Cornell A
BOYNTON BEACH (Ml' I think the first thing a player i I River Conference which ',j starting at J p.1IPrizes
country Thy remaining 10 percent I repKaentatlve of the croup will
19 rr should do 1 Is find a comfortable donated by Fort Pierce merch-
,7. W_ t t, aLeMe Stuart copped bets last spring, la used for printing\ and distribution visit every state for an on-thc Interested I
t 6 I I, standing position lu which he ants will be given Anyone HO
walits I o. RAYMOND J BROWN u able to swing his arms like a'', gets under way in Melbourne of th stamps enforcement spot study and wilt father data I in competing should

I IO.ep''M a rrr o." Ptt I In, i .taw 8nn,, ,.10" lutinI" i pendulum at the"same time he :'with the Titters; pitted against Hunting of 4tamp the Migratory Act, and other Bird .[schools I r ClIII elementary junior colleges and, outdoor high: make entry with K.: S. Nance at

N. : : e : ,I .. I ,Ih. ?.vllrl lush chief uf I shout be able to bend his wrists ,Tltuflvllle In the first round at Federal activities for migratory laboratories wildlife sanctuaries I the Sea Chest, Joe South 2nd

w,... X t r u 1 I .i tinaslw' ,,, !LIu1I,, studs faudVpi I us though 'tiiyy worked on t PIIThe games winner will bird conservation.During and national parka St. Phone 43J The public Is
;; hinges: The body I Is held per meet tiC champion Melbourne Invited to see also a water skiing
1 IR e, .mi "I I "IH| Klifin.-Main air I fectly still : the 1940-47 season, a.. and aquaplaning ,exhibition by
\ STUART VETJ US) I 1 IIUM III I.'i,inUtirt.. Ormanvfln ; Tne player then must cultivate at final 8:30 will,tomorrow start at night II .and m. Sat the 018,lit duck stamp were sold, Hunting intense sales in theUnited Mr and Mrs Jack Thompkln
: p
twMxy .
a55.w4 } -;''' j : '. !.MM rapt" l lit hat asked tlie U I a keen sense of-touch, and last urday the highest total of any year 8tat> for the year end- during the course of the afternoon -
sines the first bit June 10. 1M7 soared to IX.- '
"'"'= ...' .', '" $. .Acmytf. !legal/ l aul\ in combat but not least. he most learn to I As a result of two easy decisions 1933. All migratory stamp was waterfowl IssuedIn 061763. an increase of 3J124SO; -J

.: ". '.:. 1 : : .iitfl .n attempt hi nxalep'his' Tribal take an accurate line from th gained by Stuart over the hunters more than It yearsof over the record-breaking number Al
v... oIww nrovru/ He h j Known in back of the !cup: to the ball. With J Terriers during the season the; age are required to purchase sold In 1M, the wildlife + \
his eye on that line, his cornI I Tigers will be decided favorites ; .Year'.Salrege ,
i4riwrftun SumiM Lafiiix ; \ .1
Ie tx ; Lau and have in possession while engaged Management Institute advised
I fortable position and hla keen' tonight. but Melbourne will be AiToxtV dsf'tbls year nuns Johns
hr aawhvdt \ttfc tutu Prni combat" v..t."rim. I In iiuntlng a stamp bearIng today. This number representsa n
a.y54. 14 ,14 to 40Mb sense of touch there is little favored over either outfit tomor I three >xti\nieiil* and an addedapportunltmo
lie ., their signature The gross income to the States, Outboard
194J loton
A 11 iv titrrently asa sand sulking
II -t 1 |
serving doubt but what he what'ht eaee ,
.std. red" .I.... Lonl... II' '... can ao\ ::: stamp will be availabts from the sale of hunting .11*
r" ,,,. fl w.a.. w"",a'. w 'k.h"", Military I Wnmn. mid claims Rants with his putter. Is h'I I at the fat t Tb Vmerlcn: Fst SitVM BAU
u..reI Stuart Post Office on July J. censes bic-game permits, special -., Como\trea polotj oiL4
IKIn. a
lu ( lust Summit enlist there ,
anything Marcia
terence tilts Coach
more disgustingthan i
T..haal roll'. 54.. area permits and deer tags, Your neat dt\er will bud._,...nr SALES A. RViCt
nN.5lah' Yvupa' .d Mvtln i tn, the I' S. Army putting the ball on there Morse decided against entering I
_. The Of $21558447,. In,
I '__ __:.._ 1 with two aha, then,! tskIna them In the girls division of the Individual or organization pound you tw\ 209 S. ixieAr
: contributing most toward the,
JIve :
I! or six putter it manes! meet
rHONE FREE PARKING, I ..4a7 us want to ell! our clubs and The Tlg'rs wound up their IRC f u r t h eranoe of conservation I Thrifty women would just asoon ---
education In North
Right Mown Town forget about golf. season play here Friday nightby America threw out pansies as a

FILL UPVITH GASOLINE If a PARK ALL DAY, IF YOU LIKE 14hall mention a few tip! trouncing Titutvllle 42-l5 af for during tune the 1948 12-month will be period awa-dedj be- I will crap pay ef for tat ever Year peed ihtat er dtsUr.said You a Potential or C6roc "':95A

SINLAIR LOU BRANCH which may be helpful to you let a close first half John Oadd'led 1 a plaque by the Natlohal Association -J cooking fat you turn .In...1 1
STATION I when using the putter When the scoring with 11 points '
pnwu. Ma.u....r w.... of Conservation Eduia- COHOLI
WFIT PALM BEH Fl OH I 11 Ohrr" .t ''In' the ballis on the gr en: take ;and Vernon "Buck" Flowers ----- -- ---- -.----/- r 1
.. a little time> to line up the ball I paced Stuart Tuesday night with :
------ ----- also : ''td' II oo, ffco lolltr'f' .e ton *ooJ n.wp way shwll I
to. take the roll of the talliesIn
.rrmto hr fliMM *t Hw WHITI CROSS tOSPITAlt/
JNNERSPR MATTRESS I ground To accomplish! this we the preliminaries the Stu I
must go behind the ball! far, art girls lost a 39-35 thriller Friday Guild Contest Entry Blank 1, It k KM w 1 lwi.IM In HIM ttaf rtw I* w.. eal5afwly
and enough to get down on one knee" night and wilted in the third hr ntlnaf et yew e.adehs.

BOX SPRINGon and study these two points,' period to bow In Fort Fierce 42- Fine Art Guild, Inc 2. Vow tMtViA U ta{ov rotorM n Mullo dia55M
When we have taken a comfortable -131, In Tuesday opener the ifcot nolm frocM akiN ST than wed k<*7o nwiwW tat
6 legs stance, let us lay the head Tiger PS were beaten 34-19. Box )1003: Stuart, Fla, sa. Made dia55aa
I of the putter behind the ball, I The varsity box scores: .
'; ,, 3, TM WHITE OSS HOSPITAL wkh sdest6p..ed.ee /
$5950 and square the face of the club TITUSVILLa'1
$69.50 Halue
.. .
I it i h.h5 red digs.sil tb's eMSssswp
with an Imaginary line acrossthe ArntclronirHoii.MI t ..
Dear Sirs: .
I. arts Mw :
TWIllta DOUBLE SIZE back of the hole Now 1 1us let, .. r 5 S ywr ,
I ands' I a t 1na "
I take our grip with thy back, t. .. t ", f"" "i. : 4. s h e lwp th.t'. on.lie, 4.es 6 n esy I
Ft. PielcV Sleep Shop of the left hand facing the bole .bran e "._. ..1 a I t Ir .5 Mw t.5sna.e dwie5 + Ncep.S. II II I
enclose herewith I a sketch tor'etitry 1rr your
and the back of our right!\ hand I LlloiIns:::: ,:',.. s': : a a'INm11l I ;, ,, ,monogram. Yw .4.10 N ir 1A. WNtYI ROSS HOSPITAL I
:Fort lift .. contest ] (, ; Jar\ \ ; 'i' ,,,,, v.
Pierce FU N. 2nd St. 710 n.,5 5 r.o..tii.\.f\W\ i{ \ ::
| Phone 5 (
facing to the a l'I''
along of
rear {
our I '
/ ,dVl M be dirs. k N Sine. n
true lion ot the takethe w.IAaw. ,.,.. ,, 5 e e : : ;. : ,{4 :ill,; ; i:aA.4/Y': /AR .,,,1 I'' .pa. ye.v ews red cry
putt. Lets ,
'.,/ .' J \; :: ( : ", '.' ,, i
I''i\ fV\ \ : ,
club head back from the,.1 n a ,j tNa;W 'I' \ \ ( '. Pan sae tmt an. Is II ea en .s ycc
ball low along the ground e'UA XG 1 NAMEADDRESS : hens yu. Sb. ,.sae a ef tnlsed a.eaaar .I.II
say I '"
about B inches then with that, H..., t _,.. I rT 5 r 1a.Ne : ,I s : ):i : : ;; jvF :r\ INalll.e peen wSk pose e.sd s..te tMkhf ha.

W.V.WILSON ke n sense of touch, bring thei ''I a ,,,',';:.:::.:.: ; : :: : : j {\) : rep dhNi 5 M eb.. Mae. wits fMh1.M
I Kbs. I ,
4 1 .
Jr. i club !head back and click the t .. ...." ,,. ;
..4' I b bL
IS.tly 4 a jHt) ? H
[ ball along the line of flight towards r "' '
.....11. ..,,,_._,,,4 5 C ; "i Il v.5 use e 551St ek.bell I.apk.N..li.a es edpere5he
the hole and in. Remember cod.4 .
I folks Never j 7..10 : !1 mass. vas .wlaps.se.e shnai.
up never hat I : ti: r
TAX sth. a e..My.: : a : .... ; .... .. \
CONSULTANT In practicing/ putting try this. / ; .o _, a. 4, s re4 :. + ,., n-d liw -M.- .Mw
III".J.' : ..! I 9, T..aeli..e dd. w81 fed of vital
i Instead of playing for a,regular' "f '. i II a r Jag iveMr ,,
,. \ .nn eiwW ekal 4..aa a se .adNs.
small i hole. imagine the hoi* to Aron be _;"".arTuu.rlll. ,
V to assist Taxpayer i i ) n imiatj ) f then 1Q47 In be 2 feet in diameter and playfor I 1. : 1 1 NI{ 10. 0.ly ... week et less lane Ind liaise.Is s
II' I the middle I I of elWn 4a if-el CONTEST RULES
I come Tax Returns aii U4K I Ii .i\i Ie Tax Estimates'!' I it we don t ON.wbl Ymas .sd A-. 55551.54 fa yew nay.
I sink I our first putt we at least '
'' Tk WHITI CROSS H NTAL yens heaps.) w.hssed
I MONDAY Tl! ESDAY VfcEDNESDAY have a chance to get In on our STUART fO'l 1. ,This contest Is cpn without qualification to the general foe ehe t'.en.e d y said. .sly, De iMt ko .ppn*'

'second ,.._. I ..,._,,.1"IJ"1'. I i public. Imiiivt *f awry IMM, duo .1 I ef HMpWMblo) .wNfi
THUR$>AY FRID\Y : Another little trick is to tab .. "....,.. ., sass tkM IwivM CM 5I y.a tee swhlhy .4 uaeaeuw Mtnct4
I -SI/
a Piece of tape 3 or 4 feet long ... -//1 A'M4- I 2 Starting Feb. 1]. entries will be accepted that are sub a.diN..a ea u.s who wlv *w 'i//
February 23, 2 25, 26 and) 2 Ah, 1948 lay It straight on the floor and fluid K..._g a ..."..,+.a I. .1 0h.rg postmarked not later than midnight, May 1, 1048. wish d t n.ie.II55Naa ,it r ph.as he Mhtwath. w
pin It at both ends Learningto I e ... ,. 1! 5 puw..l Itawvlaw, O .1 shell sy.dene wet sae''
:' Room 17, Victory Idp, ton of Jet,\try Store swing the putter straight ;. IlPruro.t ; 3 Contestant may submit any number of entrl-s each upon ie
.. along I iri" line will help. StUl FORT rieici. I42)s ,. of which should be accompanied only by an entry

another way Is to lay two clubs t FO IT blank. All entries become
0 the
I property of the Fine
down sIde ky side and 'Str5rhbnd. f .,.t I
thirty a '
J Former Governmeil Aiulitor--teei Ite. onhiP wide enough to swing the putter ... ... "".. I I f Arts Guild ,,Inc., and none may be returned Decision NIi [ r ROSS'f
0 I eIIuAnw
of the be
judge,will final and a will be
Member CI) mb< r of I ( imrmrc* along between them Try this 5 I I 47dun.b.ey awarded t
n. on your living room !rug I'm a 0. S to the winner only In case of a tie a duplicate prize r
I I 101..11I."' e 4 I e
sure you will get good results I 1"1111.. a t 1 1 will be given,
II Write Box 5 ?2--W ,L'aim b xrh fm nupoint ant I Iron ar ,._ro, 17. '. M 4. Entries should be mailed to the Contest Editor0, Fine 0210 Ceser.l Am..e h. S{01lt Se. P sewkwe, PkYoh
Save .said ceeklng fit. Mot 4tr <: sla.n. b 77 11 tI-.4a Arts Guild p O Box 1003,Stuart Fla. N.S.N$ r .s .45Whd aaie k.pled sues sew un r
I .will buy ovary fount you turn In. Pat .- 1a j \\I III r..bnl.o.I: FMwr.. .
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The Martin\ county High
ANNOtiNCIN 5 e d 6i School mldg-ts basketball team t
'won Its first game of three this yt
If season by defeating Fort Fierce

i 1 l' t r 'y | there Saturday 36-2S. .Coachedby .4 SPEED!
I I'l W r. Sullivan the team had

'I I I been beaten, previously by Fort d
'l' JENSEN BEACH Pierce and Cocoa Halftime

core was 13-1 for Stuart Tn AND

; :PUTTING COURSE 'I Barr Billy and Hardwick Shrtgley at at center forwards and CURT OUTBOARD OTORS. FULL JE POWfe BALL ANtf'

Levens and Peterson at guards. A ROLLER BEARINGS ,\ROUCHOU1 '

k' + : On Dixie Hi-Way, South Jensen 4



MARCH Sod--/8,00; P. M. ,ZW/CRG ,

Formerly Built by Von Hoff., Corjjlin and eck' Mercury /lh.p.. $194,50

Everybody Invited Fe\ire| Matches for Proper sale. a of.11 d/ With U. for All Your Fishing Nj din Mercury 10 Jp. $281.00

John McCarty vg. I 'V H. M. Saunders Fair aded

Iryd ca......
l __ Lowery, vi. | Iderman, Jr, OF NEW PL GS.
__ Sliuri. ..
I ++ e(: Le. .. 1C..odn hash Ld..t,
A -

+ (M' Winner of Each Match to'PI' / for Trophy Edward a .

{ Exhibition By LOUISE I : ,HOBBS RealtorP. BESS; A DW RE cO.

O Arcade Bid,. "Wr/RE FISHING '

J % II Winner of The NEW YORK EVENING JOURNAL Metropolitan Miniature. Phon. 19 BOXN STUART BEGINS" t

Golf To"rnam..t FLA. PHONES 38 and! 211,

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I Stuart News'Weekly Market Basket Page. L

NEW SET-UP FOR Hole Sound News In Jensen Beach guests The honoree received I of Miami spent Tuesday here as daughter\ ''J \'/'
HIGHWAY GROUP'Qeparate many beautiful gifts Those attending guests of Mr and Mrs. W. C. who Is 8atuota.'J[ I i II.
were Mrs Sam Zamzock'; Johnson :\ ,
$ County units of thEast i Art School in '
Coast Highway Association MISSWILMOT E A. WENNINGER Mrs. Jack Heaton, Mrs Clifton Allen Kendall returned home j jf ,
THE MOST MPLFTE will bt formed In the near future Bound, Mrs .Lena Jones, MrsE. Saturday from Reading. Fa,
HOIESALEQ :. A Emerson, Mrs C. H. Alder where he was called by the serious f
AND with each
RETAIL count having IS HONORED WILL SPEAK man, Jr. Mrs. C. H. Alderman, Illness of his mother Her CENTRAL MARKET i
its own officers and individual Mrs, George King Mrs Lewis condition Is slightly improved
set-up, City Commissioner Bob Gamble Mrs & J. Ward, Mrs.Ida .
Baker announced today. Baker Zahrndt Mrs Minnie Klpp Mr. and Mrs V. V Wortham 1 '
THE P/lM BEACHES has been prominent Eat: WITH SHOWERBy AT P-TA MEET '
IN Miss Jane Fetzner, Mrs H. W of Tampa arrived Thursday and MEAT '
pt' OK CHOSEE ROAD'PNE Coast Highway Association aetlvltlet Munch, Mrs C H Munch Mrs are guests of Mr and"Mrs. Joe
J 3-3BSI on the behalf of this. MARIE BRODRICK By CHARLOTTE HEWER JlmmL Papasldero Mrs Mike Backus. PRODUCE and GROCERIES !
county Warren, Mrs W C Johnston
Mrs Andrew Ondlch enter The Jensen Beach P-TA meeting Mrs O W Snipes, Mrs Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gamble .COURTEOUS SERVICE & k
Johnson,, Mrs. H. J. Quern- and son, Lewis Jr, andMr and
talned at a variety shower for at the school Tuesday night Mrs. George Paine motored to I CONVENIENTLY
Marvel Softer Enriched ler and Mrs C. L. Quezler
Miss Patricia Louise Wllmot. will feature a talk on Florida: Saraaota Saturday to.attend the Joe 0ti
HOMESTYLEBREAD The decorations were cut flow beautlftcatlon by Edwin A. Men-i Mr. and Mrs: Martin Coulter' Sara D,. Sola Pageant They 2nd andjAkron
r ers and a large umbrella covered linger, the ""owerln, Tree, and daughter Sue of Plttsfleld were accompanied home by their
with pastel colored ribbons Man:' Illustrated by colored'Mass. arrived Monday to spend
( ( which held the gifts The centerpiece photograph slides,. All persons two weeks with Mrs. Coulters !
was a large three-tIered Interested In learning about i parents,, Mr and Mrs. Seymour I
cake After Miss WUmot.and jiL
\t 1%.Ib. Loaf ....18cI her fiance opened many lovely planting Khowy-flowered are invited trees for to Florida attend' Gideon -- Fo F ri. & S.t. ;
S ecials
gifts refreshments were servedto Friends' of the community are Anthon'Y's
about 40 guests. Miss Wilmot Mrs. W Feb. 27 28 ,
I Several! friends of Mrs Avon: extending sympathy I t 1
and David Asplnwall will be H. Barnett in the death of her
Emerson recent bride, entertained
a -
I '' married at 4 p.m, April 3 in the I Monday evening with a husband Feb 18. The Harrietts Complete Line tf irds Eye Frozen Food i : !4
are Christ Memorial Chapel on Jupiter : shower for her In Town Ball. lived here at Pine Lodge for several I
pM_MIAN'K *oust |t- the reception, the couple will .
ate Filled and eake111I.II. served to the -
jane Parker Delicious leave on an extended honey- Mrs Lewis Gamble ; Bros, Vacuum Packed Center'CutPORKCOFPEE .
moolThe, will make their ed several at :
DONUTS OFFEE CAKE home in Pittsburgh while Aspln< Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Swell Of' her home friends Tuesday entertain-I 55 CHOPS 59c "
wall attends Carnegie Tech. Jupiter Island I Lb.
Three tables In Lb. _
were ,, I ;
...19c .29c Mr, and Mrs George Griffin Miss Adair Mahan entertained
Dozen : high score prizes were won -- -'- Western SIRLOIN
a few friends at her home Tues
and family of Stuart visited and
Mrs Julia GaUl and Mrs. Seymour
had Sunday dinner with Mr. day evening Games, dancing GIdeon. Others playing- RI SO37 STEAK 79cP! I ,f

YOU CAN'T GO WRO C IF YOU CHOOSEA Griffin and Mrs.mother W. D. and Orlffln.father' Mr and Mrs refreshments George Brownlee were enJoyed.entertained -, were Mrs! Adolph Hertel Mrs _ Lb. I J 3

& P SUPER MIGHT'.MEATSCenter Mrs, H. B. English entertainedthe at a fish fry Sunday night''I Georgia Robertson Turner Mrs Miss Jennie Elizabeth Brown, Florida Crystal Factory Packed Armours Star ROLLED f \ I

School children lln honor of of the Hob 8th' Sound birthday In honor. The of guests Mr.Brownl'e were Mr birthday and Alderman Mrs Laura Mrs Howard C. H., Mrs Alderman Betty SUGAR :bgb I: 49c SAUSAGE Lb. 53c I f_ : I
I Chuck Mrs Louts Jacobs Henry Hen-
Cut: Pork of
her daughter. FAY.Games Mrs R, S, Robertson, Mrs. E J
and singing were enjoyed. The ton Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett, ,' Campbells" Tomato 'Wisconsin Daisy .
Ward and Mrs Minnie Klpp I
CHOPS 59 ROAST 57CWhole favors were different colored and Mr. and Mrs William Pen- 9C :ill:
1V 1b __.__ balloons Refreshments of cats ,darvls all of Salerno. I Miss Connie Segerstrom and SOUP 3 29c CHEESE :
Mr. and Mrs Hall and
Lamb Shoulder and Ice cream were ...rved.Mt. Lloyd I Jay Gardner of West Palm Beach Cana Lb. JI .
son of Georgia visited Sunday ;
Fresh Ground and Mri O. D. Qulgleyand I I
Sunday here with Mr. and
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Griffin I
granddaughter Kathleen '
BEEF 4i ROAST. 43C Stevenson visited Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Grant Ellis Averlll entertained Mrs Harry Segerstrom ANTHONY'S EC NOME MA lit i r'
,1b.. Jessie Griffin Sunday afternoon ; with a lawn party Satur- Miss Bobby Fay Dooley of West J
Kansas Shipped The P-TA met Thursday at the 'day for her daughter Margo Palm Beach has joined the staff 300 SO.AKRON AVE. T,
Sunnyfield Sliced Quick Frozen D & D school Mrs Ondlch vice-presi who was celebrating her 3rd of the Jensen Beach Beauty SaIon. YOUR FRIENDLY SEMi.SELF S RVICE GROCERY AND ARKET 1 j-- i It
dent presided The children of birthday and for Mrs John R. li
the 3rd, 4th' and 8th grades gave DuBois, Jupiter. Games were PHONE 143 F FREE DELIVERY I :
BACON 11 # FRYE.RS 69' I and by Jackie I ; ,
lb., several selections on their tonettes -.played prizes won J. H. Moore and Joe Mosleyof
A play entitled Tin History Davis and Eddie Seabrook Cake Stuart were guests at Pine UII
and Ice cream were served In '
of the Founding of the
Lodge Monday evening
P-TA" was given A cake with the garden of Wilson Palm Gardens ;
FRESH, TOOZEN OR DRIED Among those .attendingwere
candles represented the PTA'sbirthday
Mrs Vlcl Rosky who has been
FRUITS aid VEGETABLESWinesap It was decided to havea Sharon Lester, Peter Reek- employed Seymours, Inn, leftMonday Crosse &, Blackwell Colate'g Cashmere ouquet I j' ,!I

U. S, )No.,1 White 10-lbs. night ham between with supper proceeds the at P.TAand the church be divided the.- let and Griffin Jackie Sheila of Hob Seabrook Davis Sound and of Jackie Eddie West visit a brother for Hoboken, and he'wt.i ito go to KETCHUP boas';;:' 23 SOAP bee 19c I ""I i! ;'

Apples, 5 lb*. .|49c Potatoes ..... ..45c church, Palm Beach. Charlie and Judy with New her York mother.to make her home :r
Mr and Mrs E. J. Arnold and Knight of Pahokee Jo Bobby HILLS BROS. REGULAR DRIP GRIN (Limited Customers
Crisp daughter, Jean, visited In Stuart Erlckson of Canal Point, Janet i'i'i ,
Celery, 2 stalks..|7c California 360's .29c Sunday. and afternoon.Mr. Mrs Thomas. With. Seabrook of and Jupiter.Bonnie Mrs.Sue Andy Patterson _Mr and'-Mrs. John Edwards C 0 F F E E. lb. 49>f :!
Lemons doz. ..
Green Ington,and family have moved Lester. Mrs. Eddie Recklet, Mrs. Today's. Milk Today i I
Into their new home. here' In Joyce Davis, Mrs Connie Griffith Comstock, Red Sour. Pitted Crosse & Blac ell, Cooked '
Carrots, 2 bu. .. New Red Bliss Hobe Sound. Wlthlngton Is employed Mrs. L W. Knight.Mr and Produced : I .

Birdley.1.ozen; Potatoes._.. 5 Ibs....29c, Island by. Mr.-Pierce of Jupiter Mrs Seabrook Floyd, Mrs Erlckson Kenneth Mrs.Patterson Frank anPasteu CHERRIES N::z 25 SPAGHE 2 asl 35c ,f I

12.0z. pk --- ------ Mr and ),fl'l. Dan Shaw celebrated Jake Oppelt Bill Stewart (Tome Sauce and Cheese)
Green Peas ......32 A jfc P Large Dried their birthdays Feb 14 the honored guests and Mrs zed I
with Mr and Mrs John Smed- Averlll. FLORIDA CRYSTALS GRANULATED ANE (Limited to Customers
runes,)lb. pkg...,19c burg, Smedburga birthday was -"" In MartinBarat's ounty

Birdseye Frozen 11-oa. pk Feb. 19Mrs A baked ham supper sponsor SUGAR 5.lb. F 'tory P ked Bag 43pOverSea .
( sgrl Sweets A. J. Podolsky, FarreU1 ed Jointly by the Ladles Societyof Dairy
Succotash ..35c Pa., Is visiting with her sister the, Community Church and
tea, 8oz. pkg. 19c and brother-in-law. Mr and &M Hobe Sound P-TA will be Unsweetened. GRAPEFRUIT Crosse lackwell, Ready to Serve
PO.Boxl 1'jl
Birdseye Frozen -"-- Mrs Andrew Ondlch held at the church at f:30: tonight CREAM FTOMATO '
Cooked 1-lb, pkf. Drfed Sliced 8-os. pkf. MI'I.xel Rydeen Hudson No. 2 /
Wls., and Mr. and Mrs. C. W JUICE 2 15c ;
Squash 19c A plea __ ...1ge Sands of Miami spent the weekend 0"See tans SOU 2 ;.
with Mrs, Ruth Sand. Mrs, SALES T_ Us For I IIi
Kydeen Is a sister of Sands MUSELMAN'SAPPLE '
Ann Pace Sparkle Milln Plumbers A Can The Woman Society of the & Rep.esand 191'
GELATINDESSERTS 14-oz. canPlfmite. Community Church held their ter fH, .S SAve No. 2 cans !
monthly meeting at the home SERVICE Parts :
.20ctfew of Mrs.Olaf Williams last Thursday :
Any of Six Flarors 5 .az.Silk 'Flag (f I
Mrs Herbert Dane Sortie, ER

4 pkgs. 25c' : Ike iley's Flour Cube pkg."' 42c and cutt home,governess In left Massachusetts Thursday, Miss Marian son after for their V.s.Itlng Or-. St, Luuse ARN Boule d LD BA hone 142 WY DOG FOOD 2 : ; 19c 1 roMA TOES 2 =:: 25c i

C Low Priceon March, 7-oz. pkg. ...6c with Mrs Danes parents. QUICK.MIXING SHORTENINGSNOWDRIFT +
Feeds ,
Bland.Lard-- I
Talco Scratch Feed will's" 3-lb. can i 3 lb can $1.29 1

SWlftJ.tmg ." oAHt>Op For y ,
25 Ibs. .$1.43 UII SIGH s !
Lus: TodetSoap Richelieu 'ppill's FLY and INSECT

100,Laying_Ibs_ ,_.:.-Mash=-$5.49 bath bar, ......14cL7febouy SPINACH No:2''a: 19 'BILLER botttlle '39t

25 Ibs. .$1.4 Soap, 2 reg. bars' "..19c'- Del Monte Wheaties_ 8-oz. pkaf .14c i iI Kraft, Kitchen Fresh moor St.r CORN BEEF '

1 100 Ibs.- -.$5.Growing Rinse Rinso While, Irg.! witfi"pkg. _36c Coffee, lb. ..,.., ? : 1.53c Corn Doty_ Toastiesoz..19c i-v iI I iI MAYONNAISE rL 4 cII ASN an ? 29c '

Mas! Lux: ToiletSoap. Super Suds,'pkg.Klines .. ,.,...... .37c I '

251 Ibs.:-...-:!l.i9Horse 2 reg. bars 19c. Juice Grapefruit, 2 No. Cans ....... ..........15e I PROD CE S ECIA''
Daily Pun Vegetable Pie Crust, 2 pkgs. ....---- ..........33c L S.
r or.ng U. S. NO. I POTAT S, 10 .39c rl

Feed! Spry, 3"lb can" ....1.25 Blue Berries No. 300 can ._28c Marmal e, 16-oz. .... ............::20c CABBAGE (Home G wn) LB. ..2cDOZ

100 Ibs.$5.[5 Nabisco Enfhsh StyleAss't Libby's Crosscut 'b y's den LEMONS (Calif. Sun 'st, Large .25c h of

Biscuits49c. Sweet Pickles, 1 pt. ... ._ 31c Lima cans, No. 2 can .........31c YAMS, Selected Lo iana) 3L6---------------------------25c w i

Salerno Hawaiian CREAM er Cream SANDWICH 4-

TIME TO TRY ONl Of A & P'. FINE COFFEES'' Cookies, 12 .oz ........ 25c _Co ies, 6t/y-oz.. ......... ..............ISe MAR ET S ECIALS
BOKAR RED O'CLOCK Nabisco Premium Flakes, l 11 g. ,. ... ..... r rRath' .
2 I.lb. bags Pratt's Frozen rstt's FrozenStringless
IRCLE 2 1lb. bags I, Beans .. ...22c '-.If or Round or e
.24 pkg. 79clt'
89c 4-lb.bags 79c Peas, pkg.' ...H' HAMS Whol. I 59c S LOIN Lb. '

3 lb. bag 2 3 lb. bag Lettuce, head lie | Carro -b rich lie | Celery, bunch lOc -- .. c JKK '

$1.29 5c $1.15 Rath' BI.ckh.wk R ST 65c ,

The Favorit.I HOUSE fir'EATT M. .A 1 16. Lb_ d t
Family E: SAC' N 60c RIB r BRISKET

MILK 3 tall, Small 3 39' t f11LtY IM! "t.TRY ,

c.n. or can ......__ .. _
s> 9
Ann Pare D.Iicliw ALL POPULA BRANDS (Fai oank)

b Delicious Tender CHUCK/ f Tender' ; Juicy SIRLOIN OELO 37c BUTTER Lb85c
39'Nutley 3
: .
,GRAPE. Uncolored JAM Pure J: VegetableOLEOMAROARIHE 2. \' : ... ROAST u. / 55c 'STEAKS *. 77c"BUY : L. THB'' COMPLETE fOOD TORE


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J -
Warwick All Milk Assorted: .KINDRED'S SUPERETTE 11. 1'0 DATI STORE '
I DELIVER Phone I' or 1'7'THE 1WE

CHOCOLA TES'.t- 59'5 308 4'_ 4th','St. Stuart Fla.. Phone 248 ARE OPEN WEDNESDAYS DAY


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l ml1e twn't e\u\ DEEP FREEZE Oc=LETTERS:aOClOZ:==OClI Horticaltarally Speaking .I.Itc

Published 'Thursday' ClOC==oaot.mot: :::=::lOClOc:::=::lOClOc::=:llOClOC) ::=,.30:: 40:: :

; every at 0Mitor Stuart Newt vat "..,. .flt d III the, ensue! ftlfeling
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, : The jQuaua\i a n> of JI.
r, s by Stuart Daily New, Ire. a yT//E A I would through the Cumin of I Florida/ State Itorticultwd Society at St. Pttertburg NoOembr/ 1941

f't Florida corporation. yoa AniEJrT A your paper sound s word of caution -

TAG Entered at second-class mall GtC '10 V r regarding any and.! all fund( PISEASES OFOBNAMENTAU

1 i'' matter at the port office at control jJani that will affect the By Erdmkn West :

Stuart, Florida under the Act future of our slate, and aD
any Florida Agricultural )Experiment!: !
Ji' Glit i of March 8, 18711. =' plant should give\ dna and ctreful Botanist and Mycologist
AT A FREE PRESS Mr Chairman Ladie and Gentlemen i il
:; i consideration to nut enough water, ,
4 o. the same M too much l > Tow subject of this talk, duftasei of ornamental, b ahem fc,'

seen A and. -TW/ lb Stuu< Hurl D.lly'N.TIlKM' .,, tin.... lint. .?.).MW....
A FREE PEOPLE tnbll.kfd la 8tu.it April II: ] even months when, you remember, matter, clear-cut and uncomplicated Actually | T
Pain h:. *ni th> stiurt M M.inr. .icb di It were a simple aothinl,
Witt J M..r4 k l Th.t lit Ttoin Til*o.i Blurt oiHiMlld.UKl. l>.ll> N..e... J \ the glades were burning up due of to could be farther from the truth. I would" bke h\ give you mats!' fa'

faell < M tuend.d> 14-I
... ...
"e ly lltl ii lurm.Mr kiwm u oleo of rich muck (lands are today
I acres
IItblJ' souls "...IeI. a........ done toward! it* solution.
'. j I lakes' burned Out clear to nick The value .pi ornamental plants In Florida+ is enormous J hsYt'1itt1,

1 'here drought/( conditions will Drturn of what it amount to in dollar and cent but t Iit am au/q,/
as will too much rain It is run into ten of millum, You have kIn! previous speaken, hkt
MEMBER @ 19.48 an that easy will thing catty to all cut water huge away ennuis find, the .i.. of lie( jrtaiioliu and/ easier hly InduMrie. in the Stutr thrtt..\!

Unless safe guarded with spillways : are only {two of !many crop darned! *a ornamenldl CladJulus M del:

wilt do more harm shout the floods I leading cut flower' grown in Florida but there are. many othen. psi. .1
kutndl. instance piirag"fern" alone I Ia cut annually from a fagl etrw.The ., .

/ EDWIN A MKNNIWfltKRNttT ; .. p. I y r We nod an accumulation of florists of Florida grow thousand! of( acre of flew ecisg; ,!,: plan", "

r, iroNfl ,: .. ... .:. .- := ,, weather lust summer. and fall that fur their !local! trade Not xmly is the winter busine( hi tlti* lout l &. ''
# EDWIN A NBtUMlNfM./ JK ....._ ... ....".. r CIt, adltsrWII II {7 2t pnrtant. but there .Is now enough summer demand to make It an aR.J) v, rproposition.
LIAM'" H. MITxmtU; r" .. .. .......,..........""...1..1.. M....... likely will not occur again for years. Another branch of this sort of horticulture b the ..
JOHN C. mtttNINbUl ." .. .. ., .._, '. a..I. .._ ........, First we had a wet summer and ) gmwulof
MRS. NARY IIARTMA$ ............._ .. .' .". _- ,.... I.....' Ulla I I full The buck-country was Ml I plun( to be shipped to standing northern i.III market Clue! .as (pots pipev1oAllhal" ,
mercial ol long
SUBSCRIPTION RATES before the hurricane' came,, not
Re 11.11. On_ Year II.to 'M Ywrt i..... $1.04Ad.ernnr i content with that, nature gave: us the investment of nurserymen In azaleas and camellias jloiip t, "t.

/ 1 high tides which, .ofcoune mendons these two plants constitute. but a small part of the varied
"'all aade A.n.m abnormally
"I'rt nn.nr.p.II..u.ob,,,,Uhle, T'b. .aan..at................. r. Ut. rlihtlu I raised thew....... table' stark that must be grown and carried! for landscaping 'in FloridjSo .
Tb. A.AiN.J'N.. I, ..,1.1, adores ''a ,he UN cur _ubli.l...... or .11 ..... !under
all Florida making the rainfall far wp have 1>een talking alxwt ploiitingi Pn\\.

NATIONAL DITORIAL_ that much heavier by reason of and aeml-private imtaUutiun are almost as important. Ctiy parks w

ASSOCIATION Iti not having far to go In Itr seepage frequently Umlwiiped/ With exotic ornamentals, sometimes with ran

I IJ /before it met the under ground plants a* Is the Bay front Park hi Miami Such developments\ as Cymt) '

Ill water taille. The' high( tides, I of Garden and Ravine .Gardens empty t ornamental plants by the to,..

rho A..e.A0.d I P.MEMBER....! .. onllll.01 I OF I .THE.01".1. ASSOCIATED I" ll. ,IN.! for PRESS r...."" ....... .nf all thtprinlxl course, made the drop in ocean Hotel planting are /frequently extensive and some of the better' !usria.cabin .
le.a I _< In III. ".."l N.yrr" l( 0'.11 u all AP ..... 4h.."to-lMl, from the buck country that much gnnindi are now being landscaped extensively Ilcmtfvff\ j |

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII/I I I I I I I I I I I I l i/l MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUHIIIIIIII i i l I I I I I I I I I I I I l l I l 1'' s t less, causing the water to drain off around private homes where the greatest number of ornamclit,il pine
more slowly than normal All the_ are used There are literally thousantls of mile rf Florida utrw-ii fllII\\

Worthy of Meditation } mentinned condition coupled with with homes each landvcaped! to the owners taste with sliniUwv,' 41

111111I11I11111I11I11I111111111I11111111I11I1111I111111I11 111111111I111I11I11I111I11111111I111I., I two hurricane close together that tViwering plantar The total value of all these" planting ((9,enorronu.

put down an enormous amount of All plant are tubject'to disease and on ornamental pilots d.
It may be pertinent to ob erve that at the concision
water an already wet land Since,
upon deleteriniia. diseam .
disease ,
of almost ---- figuring' are especially many, i
twenty centime of the
Christian era and after was just more than llie area could of the cumber of 1 diseases
confined to One or a few: specie* plants the
a million years of development and progress, man finds RIDIN' HERD l 111I I I I 1 In 111111I11I I n till 111111111111111I11I11.l l l l l ahwuk Hen. tI.. teal! ant | the ,
I dealt with b directly proportional to .4 l
himself trapped-trapped in his own progress ; trapped ---- ------- -- in anv area (! snecfei

in that he is< face to face with himself at last and can no The FORUM subsequent damage. present Florida s climate and geographical location are so nennicM
In planning though/: for future that 3500 of here nfttllr lly.) This,
longer excape HP must examine 'himself as a social being. 'Round Stuart flue over specie plant grow KM
He must learn what happen to him and to his fellow Visiting I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I t we must nut forget' that factors favor the growth of a much larger number of exotic or mtiudurd

atoms $in the cyclotron of life s buffeting and how to con />!/ (:Al''N FI.WI Tdiliii : Stuart News: dry In Florida weather Causes more damage specie<<; most of which are ornamental plant. In addition u trol for constructive use the human energies thereby re than do fk>od<. FIre agencies or f the United Slate Department of Agriculture and mm
A tif FlorkU l Health
(fines alone
fii/xnfe'r) nip cause milUont .
leased He must !solve the problem of his own nature. / Notes"pulilislxxl inontlilv, bv the lands burnt' out private individuals are continimlly: bringing in and distributing 'neispeciel
> Frank -- destroyed timber damage the ntimlier of here become \, tl
l r D Fackenthal. Florida As spetk-s! grown) grealur *
Onunl of dated
State Health
IX MM nnir\E tadwiun: montil tdqwtny.lmiKW\ Ever to game ete. f Lrt' not get\ car- become and complicatd This U '
disease more
larger mtamly
IIIIIIII Ill l.i tl11111111111111I/ l iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit I I uomlri, whit Inppiwd) to a long lost ,(put\ and-rra. vtal-ice drop out "Streirin Ottolu* PollutionA 1947 drab, entirely' Stale' And on [but tied also away bear by fear: of future flcxidi.' tnie problem when new peciei Is grown In larger number especially.
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR I .Vi the .h tn meet .v Plague
FINNY: IS\'T IT, how traits' cross'! ? You very) dry weather and not drain all our class of that alladud.4 j
HuwlllnuuwnHwnlllununwulluuHluunHlnuuunlnlluannul nllllllll may fr.iulo in dealing with this Il tllal ml. water vary too, depending on the plant is <
not litnw tour, bent door( miglibuf' unrtli until! away by huger canab that and ilinilx I be to disease Jilfem,( t
you A ., Tree are likely to susceptible
Many pleasant hour of reading are in More for you in I .UNI<'t him 30'\'Puri I Leer, south large mop insi Stilt of FlofKl.l from thom( attacking herbaceou perennial Tberefore the IHHWT
'take Okeechobee AVellspring of the Everglades," a !' und all pnllutnl any floods corks
new book by Dr. A, J. llanna and hi* wife Dr. Kathryn i 1)1PIFCE\ ; : for lice New during lust waters lu the! State Bud I plainly Jtespectfullv) I man will have to deal''' with disease different from those combullrd "by"

Hanna of Winter Fnrk (Itolhns College Particularly till i|I I I ,"mlh'l, vulil. iqull seal tud| (>if 50() Uluw ,:tent M\: niy 1..1Wn'I.It..1. In Iwight orange E. fl. the flurut The planrsmon growing annuals ha still a different'. a

this true if, like myself you have lived through the fascinating { a''t' : rancho, 2IKH) alibi i sotto nf Sin.tit. ()u jrveimig, ( The St Lacier!! iwr at Sin irt. itslaiivn EnsryVfr his pi.nits. Bulk growers can r expect quite different fungi to afyti\

; developments of the past quarter century in the I while enluin( dfliglilfnllv!( }filled: piece of pumrMino, full of sub.surface pollution.. ;:Cdwln A, Muminger; ,their\ crop: Here In Florida many .lender fuliuge plant are Rro\vi>,.iffuki".
Okeechobee I, at tits! St. liko;) Chafe, ajgmillumui( iiitrojluceil 1 him / ManJ shade and play host to still another region You will find in these pages the names : Figures"'! fnmlfjied. ,J JIY the State "Flowering Tree r array parasitic organisms
of many friend of part and present from llaney Geer I eap'n} Ftogg/ self saving rOipn yreiwere'i two degrees, off. on OwmlxT nf Comnterct' indicate. Stuart, Floridu. USA.. The d Jt.'atrt);'may he classified till, further according to the/ !putt'
to Ernest Lyons, from your KinVwo, : wvutlur\ My 1ionx town.. paper reported ,: that the Dear Mr ,of the attacked with there the so-called
Fmgv Conners and Guy Stovall to 4S !IIt'kW.| tourist exfwiditures' <<' lit the Mennfnger: plants To\ begin are damping(
those extremes. Clay Johnson! and Lamar Johnson. ) SpoonerVi '. away up in the north wiKids where tate are 'between $$050(MX).(XK. )) (to I have 'to acknowledge: 'the I off[ disease that attack seedlings and, very for the Mums)

Stuart and Martin Count get considerable attention as life i b still wild is ,oulv Npilliu'/ tllvtam" (a* (he yanks; esy). turn,' 97(1(1(1per( ( ) year. It 'may; receipt of your letter dated Dec.: part They vary greatly In nahlre and control from' the root nil 4woody

; might be expected from the fact that the St. Lucie Canal Sand Creek, my snmirier Imnyixit Thai' law I nict Ail Parks. of the safely )bp utinuilrd that 50() percent 22, 1947! Before I could write plants such a*shrubs and trees. Those fungi which attach *.n.

I is the main drainage artery the west end of the county it New*. to 60! per cent of Iliese funds you anything I have to menthnf, constitute another 'olt'gory.allng..tl"r different Leaf-<
-i- part of the Everglades region where sand, muck and water -M t -r rrt.. are spent for recwalKMi in some the calamity that\: habefallen. ,to are almost a* numerous a* the kinds of plants. OccasIo ally fungi it,

'1 meet and the fact that some of the real pioneering has IX) l'tt){! J\W; ) t "i'liE dd'fertvss4I l-ivrcn( .ii yinifc, and 1 imnyanl I form 'ir another yet, then are this land of ages by the )passing tack bkwsums and we have a I cry serious conditrm a* wilh the Malls

I taken place between tndiantown and the Lake sugar It wa ww hi me. "A yank, .t..ys( : hi tlw. ."wtb. A <1.iniii. 'mil comes I tlxHmiids and thou and. of acres away of one, whom we adored Mpujl flower spot ditease" We pan add to t these the mildew, powdery sod...
.,. cine growing, cattle raising (fat the old S. S. ranch ) citrus Smith. ) I nf Florida waters polluted as to > (father), towering person downy,'the rust and all the! virotis, diseases such a* mosaic, rosette,, sk

II J and bulb growing on muck soil (Port Mayaca), community '.' .'. .'. I render them unfit for swimming! of the :jBge, MaJiathma CundijL In These are only the/ diseases. cauwd by parasites. We have a* *el' flu

J farming (Glades Farms Inc., north of St. Lucie Canal, f'ICl'IU\G I M1C11T) get tick stet sswell I safe hotting!, (isla lug And other our' community Wf 'heard the/ news )physiogeni trouliles due to the action of toxic chemicals", dcfideiKM
; 1 where it flopped ) and many other enterprises Even iwjulr nuoiing asnIs'dtcal recreational activities' and Stuart is ui radio t the same evening! and be- of ('('rfallelements and the water-induced abnormalities.
I 'iillixl CMiiily
core Martin
ramie was grown in Martin Count before it got going at ( nt h pf.d for a 'lixilsc. Mist no exceptmn: / lieve it or not the whole popula tk
Truly we have complicated 1""llt'I'IImet..r discussion one
Belle Glade, though the book Cindy A Olson, tecl1toit' UI, piloted me atoiimL It tion "
that was an -
one. eye op.ntr. Election ,time is drawing near numbering nearly two (thniis.ud reveals few of( its ramifications In that common expression dist_
i. Captain Hugh Willoughb excursion through the Jvc en nuiD) ho.sjvltnli"> shone\ lirgttr Id feel! ';Ifo'lIt will-eijinpixil onto more and I Ix'lioe the vote people floiked to hear news of ornamentals.

Everglades in 1897 gets brief mention. The Rev. Neil F. Mortfn, You ate J i Sca: You well ask what II dime about Dr. M.I Ksr
ft *
McQuarrie and his Gospel Navy get several pages, and borate wan CnxAstmi; Minn: We diwnvvred. friends in coinnion (Meit tilled to cone consideration I for the great soul and fasting and may being ?
outlined some of the/ work hat Is Bradcnton $'Ubn< ,
the /
thene interest going on at
because W
\ us special his
declining days were my first iuMpnr| ( beats In the northwest was In Miss Ulsimi 'earnestly Inlwve every, candidat prayer The.next day when Joe work
p lived( in Stuart with his daughter, the former Mrs. A. R. moll ', was cremated dealing with only some of (he phase of the gladiolus duns
hen Mud)
w T were us rare "is imnv in Stnurt Fturntrs {for public office ''''KlldIt/ asked at Delhi, the people
: .
Wallace who later wan Mrs\ Arbeau. A page or two tell rigged up Ixilislttli( with satin and actually caused to town on iI.*- tli? following nimlbms"Are : in the village Hopped nll their ao problem lie was preceded by other pathologists in the lame (rU.

the story of Uncle Joe Bowers anti there are several refer cnistej trails. "kninr h<>w to t,1I1I, S\\'l'de from u Ndrwpginiii1", asked you In favor nf a trl-county\ tivilies( dosed all the elxupr.u,. Camellia dilate' are under mvestigntion at the Main Station/ Cainsvllle.
to Howard )Money) i is available for another to work lit, diseases (o5 era
ences mifn
Sharp and
Everglades News. He Miss 01'i011.d..
t 4 Suede! liiiiki health pended business
a lump of sugar in liis coffee then nuts unit and will work toward every and flocked
you Gainesville .
started that in March 1924) six months after I set up shop the sugar A Norwf>gi.u. pull the lump, of \sugar,: In his mouth oho'\, the entaMiJiment of this III to bear the pa sing commentary menial take the at but so for no Capable pathologist .ha' been hatto
J1.' in_ Stuart.. There: is brief mention of the Arrieta family diinkl it with the cuff ee." unit? I !In radio of the funeral nmce.ilon. position

wno settled last ,year in uidiantown to produce beef for '1 .'. ... ",, -' "Are you In favor of eliminating They heard in rapt silence, ladies Many of the disease of nut Florida plants'have been studied\ Af

i their native Puerto Rico, where they fly it in their own FR-\\K:; : DOYLE.: : Stuurt'i: Imilln*' laundry man finally un the water pollution situation In JMig.. .klcrly people folded I I where and ,,ewitrnl mramnwi", wnHre: (nit !'II!! xifnn these rill ki

planes The story of Port Mayaca is briefly told. And tingled\ two t>"..: Andysi Andy Iliuiler and Andy Tumni It Martin County mid will you work hands In prayer, and when thecremation adapted to Florida condition, for.instance, when, the work was Cara'on

even the Stuart Fishing Guide gets into print. dd't t make no math uifforeiic, f her S cook to west a top flight golf towards the correcting of this serf was over at 5 P. M, all: another Southern/ State: On many other disease tllt'l'tls iw pct

The Ashley gang gets a full chapter and the treatment rm' shirt in (lie Icitclxn But f," a gulf! pro ta writ a l'Ook'sI'lm Ions condition? the congregation went to the river, lished information( In this or any,other, country. Moreover mmf/ .

r' of facts and events' is better than I have found elsewhere nineteen lushes llwt f different 'If you are health minded and by the village to have their/ bath. the newer fungicides may be more effective In certain case than tie

The related incidents are drawn together as history rather FRANK:" MUST IH\E IX\B:' a tn-tth:) In tie, frozen mirth He- believe that Martin Gmnty should, It is usual for (is. Hindus, tajave! old established bordeaux and similar sprays. but we don know.. W*
t i. than as gaudy scenery-painting and even the relatives of CRIlJOt'It! rlhlird l me about a cattle" story I wrote, for the> Newt lie I be a ..J.e.nlthy'OIllI'y, upon t their a bath of purIfieatonrafter( the the organic fungicide, each individual case must be worked out. Ths

:1 ( the hunted gang members! could not take Offense here says. "In Canals, they have Uibtail. ctiws. It gets ta frcrzin'ci. answers to these <|iiestiona should cremation is over'. Our sorrow 1 Is Job of learning how beat or even bow to control the disease nf f <*''

t the All in all I found the book exceedingly interesting. For there that when a cow fwislm her lull to si.ip a krpy* winter fly (lie up you 'base, your declsMMi at jlie pull. unending We consider him as mental plants in Florida i Is a large and Important one. It will I.* *.
" 1 sake of the record, I to correct ,
pause errors of tail nlf: the completed (this
I simps) -Charles! A Christopher, very Incarnation of Cod. who year nor next.
\ q fact
: _
: ; -i, -j': Stuart was born in this to --
j Fla. age deliver us ------------
Page J94.'hl'n Lon Burton sold. the Okeechobee INTRODUCTIONS: ARE OFTEN from the foreign CALL IT!;: QUITS
* nirprtsing My wife and I yoke I It Is said
l; ; ian.News He he made moved no "grand return to the stage" as a magic. hurried tn Stuart from a small Georgia village hoping to rook our first YES: ,. ITS TRVE In 'Bhagavath Cita';, the gospelof i Four young men Visiting- the Orient before the *".
to )
Defray bought the newspaper there meal In town //x.'f fore tidied. The News received Hindus
1.4. xtore At tilt A. P. it wemnl at though an inter- that Cod come to us, considering themselves had ChMeso
and exceedingly clever a
published it for ,
several before
Selling to Lauren
i Hand. years I'd Ixwglit a hull. Illh'rest.1n the! lnisine Bigi and more bugs rf f jesting communication this week when/ unrighteousnes* reigns" servant upon whom *they played all aorta of pranks. One

t t4'' 241. groccrief A nice: "|>i>f4Wlng young man wearing a mile-wide smile' from Mrs. Alice K Swipe, a new prune' to establish dharma and night they nailed his shoes to the floor. But there.vu sot
Page The
} names! of two worthy West Palm earrifd the load I did the customary tiling 1 often do In big rilM resident, who commented' on our righteousness. However much I a word of complaint brought
Beach .... nor sign of retaliation. He
t pioneers are misspelled II C. Geer and C.
u C. Chillingworth "Here son, buy ywirwlf. a package of clgurcti" Thank you air," editorial" ."Cater, 'tit 'lust Average write I can do no Justificatkin to them their toffee as usual, smiling as he came.

t ClIme the reply, "I'm Imppy to Mp you. 1 don't rwjuire It tip," Buy Folks, the state of sorrow prevailing i In : : The next they put 'sand bed. Butwhen
Pages 263 and 309. The of Florida's day in the Chinese'
name Governor
Carlton is misspelled \irtiniuk who say "I m Russian bit not red," was the first prrin Mrs. Swope asserts that many of our land. .Next to Buddah we con.sider he brought them their coffee there no.renent-

Page 365 The South we met III Stunrt nay's not a 'lure the weullh' Mingslvr; nut yet the newcomers miss the friendly Bapufl{ the greatest j Indian ment in hia attitude and he smiled, was uRual!
Florida Developer was not Could be with 1 smile and handshake born. blandly M
going placet a no-tip slant a helping hand which almuld ever So the
vt established by Guy Stovall It : fir young men decided would no Mort
was started by D. H. Conk :. go along with the welcome" froma -D. trIcks they play ,
ling arid Howard Sharp who lifer Ragnava BenMy on a good fellow like that and told him W.;
ran a the mouthpiece they
t year THERE A KID In town I like to ,tip Howard Brannon. ton of smaH town and on this/ we Fenagaluru "No
of the Model Land Company In the winter of 1922 agree. more nailee shoes >to floor?" asked the Chinese"No
1923 Stovall' had started the pastor of the/ Church of Got! A hustling little ihoe thine boy Not too many years ago, we all Cuddapah (DT) ."
a newspaper at Pahokee he tailed working in J I. F. Bozone'i barber when did take time B. .
t shop not at u tHool When the to friendly S-Indi "No
more putee "
East Beach News but he sand
had bed ?
no( plant just a lot of
weather Is cold I rrwjnrntly wear a of heel and we had a finer Ve "
( energy (On 364 the book pair high spike cowlxiy) ) town. February 4, 1 1941 CON o.
"page erroneously fixes date !boots to keep my leg>> warm. A tough shine job for a 10 old. We would) do well In turn time back "V "
; as 1924)), He rustled the, copy into West Palm Beach and year ry well, he agreed with Chinese
about a price for a to that altitude 8ml1t.b
argue tame
sew complete Job s toc-tipi to boot ttrapt, welcoming ing people up North about it beIng "Then no more
arranged the printing Publication puree mud tn = ]
was ,sporadic with coffee
--The RotAJ1'
111 shine the lovers for .. Stuart Un.
lapse of two or three weeks sometimes between l issues. my regular prkw Then he worki a little Swope suggests! such a delightful place to May lI(1rt'lell.' New York.
higher, and still lughef!?; And of a higher would get along "if Several i
Conkling conceived the idea of absorbing the East Beach course getl price, a tip for better! they of.these people visited
News into the South Florida Developer and gave. Stovall his savings bank Keep| him: In mInd when .you. need A ihlne only would charge reasonable rents me After trying to secure accom PRIDE WITHOUT.( FALL

r. a one-fourth interest. About that time (July 1923)) St set's..InI"o. [and not expect people to pay outrageous i m modation at the price quoted t they Like more ot :
f. ANOTHER TIP. t all I the would the playa In which John BalT1llote
hope well have salts
prices 'We
vall sold his services to Fingy Conners yen appreciaM[ news reporting they might u well to starred
nght-hand-rnan go My Dear
/ by Richard Fay Warner the Stuart more "In-the end" The Children drew the CRam of aoclettl") '
1\\ in construction of the Conners and Covering Sailfuhing tournament first thing Miami/ to be taken over, and only opening
Highway he abandoned night '
I II,,'. an old new hand ami .has worked for tome mighty tough many of our tourists/ lay when they spent a couple of hours In Stuart ?
all Interested in The
permanently ,
newspapers or newspaperingiThis editors uoeth the Springfield,' Mass Republican, the old Boston arrive home she stales, "Never and In that did not veteran actor gave a magnificent performant.
( date ia confirmed way spend which the
on Page 224)) Stovall Is a
the man who persuaded Conners to build the highway. ,really, a Saluda'Transcript. Boston Herald and others. Take a bow Mister Wanes the again! Not at Own prices! I mean nkkel in the f town .* calls. he 'went audIence to* his fully appreciated. After many oit*\ '
average man, not the minion- These room to relax.
fact for which he should get credit thing are true and Stuart "After
that "
,ty' Ir The Hanna have done a fine job. Persons interested When friend tells air. and if It Is brought down to, should give thought to the fact you'tfe seen applause! suggested a friend, "'hUPflO'lt l
he's been everything
you working like a fool, dollar and !cents, who, the that this .orth seeing in the theater
spends town waslulh" ,
in the book can' buy ft'from the Stuart News by >. Bar
($4) and
) if i ie
maybe he haL This may be a clue to why he hasn't gotten most the big fellow or the little average Iolkr,'" and will !"ore 'alrhed heavily. "Not'tlufte verythlM
they so desire, I will ask the authors to autograph it. any further life. grow h. aaJd. I haven't
man? When I first tame here I through catering to "just. dlence had the pleaaurtg of sitting In th4o':'
E.A.14, ..Strickland.! Glllilan t tried to advertise Stuart by writ- folks. average and seeing m. acU .

Webb, $. Curl**,

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land. A magnolia growing In

, PLEASE PAY CASH FOR RENTiiiliiiiiiiiiiimiii.niiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimii I rich hammock toll should reacn NOTICE urVF.W tk.t isO J t f ft
S. < MOTICSt S insect
SOCIAL NEWS. of STUART a Insight of 14 feet In about IS andoralanvd will ooiiapt ooalo* MAO"lot

. flSSftD[ For YourCLASSIFIED FOR It RENT electric- S-room Apt. Gaa ..""...............................I...."..............."".................................................................... year fire If it It protected from tka onrrkaaa: durteu af Ina On*followln month af u ,bo MareS our.thaoro ((1j I" '
l eve, refrigerator. Apply April (Ml Mar Ip4 t

ADS I at Irailer on premise W. ed for April $2-23 In JacksonvIlle \ Fat coWs may lose from 60 to Is.10,5.0,, phoit e'll..a I., n-ru be tlesr.d e So, 5 it will-0.1., ,

C. McMillan. Riverside Park. DuganWhite with headquarters at the 150 pounds during the xinte oktu4 I."ease Unt la rtooaNOTICC I"nl '
-- -- - without harm It they do/not get \ ,
George Wasnfogton Hotel The '
The charge on the average classified& l ad i* only I OK RENt er left ale. mederacottier "too poor" Cow In fair eondl cenwl..S.-r. .1 ; '
Federated Circle of the Garden M.n*. Coos''M.'eseno' tSq 'IelehI
WORD ORDIN. SOc. This it a Big Bargain because it carries your farnisbM, 1, 2 and 1 Nuptials Held I Clubs of Jacksonville will be tlon should have enoura winter to u.entW .'.,.l .11 bId,. I
raj! :Je FEE Two\DD'amlab.. .1'iletlJ'oollllo feed thelYwelght 051.1 Oes II So eliod by 55.. I, lSd0,
kTMINIMl> 60* FOR 17 menage to 2,000 people. If you lent them all a penny I hostess to the State delegates. to maintain us ,A. .415. 01 IA. tin'S .r ,. CiresluOo.n .
houw. By wee* m.nlh.r I while very thin cows iihoul 5-reM C.s-e. P 'I.. 5.44 I' ,t
CArlA Mrs Charles F Hanley preit'dent
lIDS: fc> rIB WORD postcard it would cot you $20 just for th* postcards, year. Very reamuuLilc. Phone At Church have" enough feed to enable 5550 I5 S. ap's-I 5, 0 5.-rd at '1'j, '
I ,
MINIMUM I5e FOR 11 2M.T baa named Mrs. C. t. Masters C.,,,, opus O.sSr. )
not to mention the addreiiing and coil ot writing or Jlobe Sound, tf u general chairman of the them to gain from 100 to 150 .5 Weloesdo,. uare ,. 5' s$00 I t., t l' .

/ RDS IIIHliiUrMUIIllUHMIIMIMVUIIIUARTMENTS printing the me.*.'.. FOR .i .N1'-Floor.- ; -njtalng ma-, Before eltarb..nked with event _**, :Ibs. du.rj.ng the winter to offset .rl..5(Omoiy P.Cm01.si H. l '

! FOR RENTfl111Iliuili1i1t1iUh4hh1tuh1Uh1H chin and edged RefInIsh| I an Each Garden Club Is entitledto losses A- calving time 4. a. 000i5OY. ,: ,,11', :
c&n4les. white gladIoli Easier Cl-rb 5..rd 0 t05t t'aomMal.Mes t. t iMorn. "
$ For SOc ,we print your menage 2,000 time* and, you floor at reaWiabl rate..1 lllle and fern Miss Wylene representation by the president If Cci, PI.rI'I., .44r.t.i5su
It 1 11 to feed
Stuari and one delegate-or her necessary peanut as,
deliver it Thi Phone 108. HardwareCo. ., odMr.LlS4S.
we efficiently and t.1
can satisfactorily I White became the bride of El- hay to horses and mule.
/ alternate Mrs Wlllaford R. ADvEecsscMNt 'I
_BUT if we have. ) lou. .* several 3e tamp lending --- ,wood B. Dugan Ina double-ring Leach, Stuart president, will at. It 1 to very Important that it be I_, _i'sc J.H5 sCUIT COuRT or vast ":' I '

you bill, or take up valuable book-keeping time VICE' DOUJLE roo/i* now available I marriage o-remony Monday evening tend. The delegate has not yet clean and a* free from sand aspoaslbl 010TH UDICIAI. CIaCUIT OF list 'I' :
II I at the Methodist Criureh been named :. Feeding hay which STATE P FLOSIDA. IN AND 10* ,
I new furiiture, Hollywood '
even send a collector to ask you for that small amountIt tnulnprlng The pastor the Rev Wilfred OAJdrldge contain considerable land and MAST COUNTY '
mat- IN cuAractiT I '

,I I I. obvious that thai ad put u* in the red. Pleate Irene. Rates from $11 week I officiated. The bride VISITING DOCTORS other foreign matter to a horse 'r CaNo. C i.dalAsCa :, : ,'
was given In marriage by tier or mule result In animal lrLliAss.Tfl Ij
pay cash for your CUuifiod Ad and eliminate book. ly and .p. lex Hotel, Federal lather. O t White. HONORED AT PARTYAT becoming may"sanded," a the condition CULL 5. 5rl.itifr.1 1 ,. i.

keeping on these small amount. Thank THE Itlgbwayjst bridge, tf :lira. Edna Coutant at the LEACH HOME caused by accumulation of sand '
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STUART NEWS. TinimiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiitiiiiiiiMji fOR RENT ledroom, elderly | pipe organ played the traditional In the bends or flexures in the VINCIrN VOII.IO ltiuiltY '. .

( couple preferfrd. Farm home I wedding music and James 'Mr and Mrs Wlllaford R animal large tn .tlne. Boffld.t 'f'J 4 jP40

Write Box If Palm City, Fla.j I Burgun sang "I Love 700\ Truly" Leach entertained at a bridge To, VI.-ro I.'w.a.e TO APPtM CI.H,, I ;'

ATLA TIC COURT !!!!.'. !! iiiuniuiiiuiiniiiiniiiiiitiimniiiiiiiiiii.!!!!!. !! I. J 26, Mar. 4 and "BecameThe ." supper Monday night at their Practically all hens top laying u/s PIerS, rIUx 51oba C'S. ,', '
APATHENTSSTVARI bride was gowned' In white Sewall Point home In honor of lire,. ir.,. .'u
while molting their wing feathers MrasyIeo'rI.. : '
FLORIDA iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiinuimiiiiii iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiitiKiiiiiiiiii rOR KtjtiT-lir.e ktoreroom on I satin with long, fitted bodice Vf and Mrs Riley and Dr. but V.. or. he, r iteI Oil' 55 ';1'

ly l'eorat rally Equipped FOR SALEIlIIlllIIilIilIiliiIIiliultiiIulIliilIiIllliilI FOR SALEilhiliilliiuiiiilliiluiillilllilllhimllimussbli Ktclrral hltlway, good location. II and veiL Her arm bouquet was and Mrs Bate., Jamaica N. Y., a good layer may continue share 'S, .4 l .1cc dlo, si ''liiham' '
producing while 55., 1550 l-e Os-es '1 ,
molting IS.
iov.ekeePil Apart meat* See Hfib Rice Rice "0. of white chrysanthemums. She hobseguests of Dr and Mrs. In other parts of the body. It is tes C.ICcr' .11 5. ete.4; aeslont I

reekir r I Rate FOR SALE-House Trailer and tel. Phone fill. tf was, attended by tier sister; Miss Howard Neat! at Port Bewail }j
possible to estimate D'Ip47
FOR when ,. ,
sALE-Brand a ..
two bed. p ii. $$54
W. T. ?& T, Mgr.Telephe Cabana completely furnished new I Mayde White, maid"of honor) High score prizes for men went hen* rest I, a.. 'oxani, ')
period began by
$155itiUlliillllIIlliII For Information lee GL B. Cutpper. room modern, frame home, EORRENiIJR LEASE-Larf* who wore a blue gown of net to Dr. Read and Allan Leach and iee5 Lirest Uroll. I ,
knotty pine flnlih Open for of I Jid counting the 1 large primary; a. c, patn ,T1'
parcel fronting on Fed. '
with and Mrs. the
Sth St, Ocean Breeze 1 drop shoulders wonvni awards went to feathers :
of Ilyk..e IlIIIst
the wing $ f.
11111111I11I11I'1 Park. liupecAoa Feb. 27, 28 and 2t, erU hi'jAvay' suitable for Jack Vickers And Mill Sara Rol- Mrs. Neall and Mrs A A. Ander* : 75? C.slo.. OlIdI.e }, :,,1

t ant. te S p.m.. by owner busineuication.. Se. Herb we PIo 1.0.5. Pl-rld.. '
FOR iAriiA4iIiontslit lbs whose matching frocks were son. Others Invited were Dr, ,
FOR Sunny Acre, Jensen Beach. Rice, RiJ Hotel. Phone 1151. 1 of pink and blue They carried Lawton Mr. and Mrs Schoclc.Mr ALLOWANCES LIMITED 5,55., Fob. I 15, *0,0.4 I ILtGA

:Trailer 1S1M. .22 One CaL practically Honberg .-Inquire. at Seymour'. Inn. __ / Mi, old-fashioned arm bouquets and Mrs M 'R. Matheson. Only those veteran who pur- ADvE5TiSr.gNT : r
StVa new -- -- -- '
I SAIE- -ft. Crab- sue full-Ume courses in schoolscolleges I
I RF/r Raymond Smith was the best Senator and Mrs Evan Crary
Rifle, BBtomatltu One small FOR SALE-1 Jersey milk FOR : Furnished apartmentJC LtGAL ovraTssrMvsT :
2 old, fully quipped cow, and universities may re-
yean man and Charles Hall and War- and Mr and Mrs Cason (;alo- '
of drawer
ChriS I old. be Fred bedreoms reasonable
T Billing and ernlsirV. sleep ; yean can seen at ,I' fin Shlpes were ushers Mary rein increai'd subsistence allowance rich us NAME i4 ;

ur. >o reasonable Jkfer re.iwd Palm City, Fla. Pedertons, Salern. 28. 4 frBB' Jtprll. Phone 206-M. ; the under the 01 bill Sal-s I, h.l. ,l.o Ihal 05. ecln'. ,
i"\\'EET"tr\ e.rlpfte4; direct Campbell lighted I way.Mr. .1.0.4 0.4., IS, '.01,5,. 01 ('SOrtie
RicardV trait
George foot rOh IKNT...I-r: wn garage Apt, \candlei preceding the ceremony and Mrs. Claude A. Lyons amendment signed last week by Ills ,, Lo.. 04 I"I. In, AIH 01 tOol, .411 '
JarlU Road, Rio. \ from rron.per bu Shipped FOR SALE.-Pianta.Ove, SI V*. I President Truman, the Veterans rbasu ..h U.. drh .e ,h. Cfrs-t j'j'l'
II eI Electric Mr and Mrs. White entertained of Savannah Miss
finn I. 111 and
r Jane
Enders Grave, 314 rletie. 25e to 11 Coconut Administration Co.,, I. 401 1.. 0 tis Croste. FI.fld. i i i0t'OO
prepaid reported .
SscVlce ILl/ en, hot water Year-round at a reception Immediately Britton Oakland Calif.. and I'IPI 01 p .1 at pabIretto. i 1 \. I
hER FOR SALE- UnVm 1 Akron Ave. ____-_ __ Palm $I. I, I. Craig, 317 Al- 'retai. Phone 63-J. !I following the wedding. at ths Savannah were week-end\ guests S. Parker manargr of the 5$, tellIS.. C lvi. ,.ore. 00.-ill I' I
halt price. SchnH alp? cLUI5 I'tl' n
I : ban,. Miami regional office, said
tt ft, heavy dVy 1: 'STRAILER, like new, --- .. Woman' Club. The young Couple of Mr. and Mrs. H B. Kraft part- stIr *505 J nJ ..,... A, baslossa. \ ,
xury liaer. Jeep/ 4, will *ell er trade on FOR t'nj RENT_Duplex: Apartment, left! by train for Belvedere NJ e time students on-the-ob) trainees hri,,, or ptiiel, pIo bnirto 5, .I \
n, bottle ,n* stove. doulVks Parked on SALE-Vied water closet, room and bath. Electrical and Institutional on'-the-' usa.,,, Ms-i, I .1y, Pi tbs sIc :
oil .beating .1..., speel.fen \ Improved property. 1 oil heater desk 1200 gal. water I for t two-week honeymoon! Mr. and Mr*. Arthur. Bannis farm trainees will not be pely iabare.t.d teed bcI.s..a 5. U j ',
Sound. 512 Camden Av entitled
old Dixie/ in qulprnfnl. visit '
bed eeC Simmons Ia4npring 28 Mar. 4,11 tank, 100-lb. Coolerator kerosene during which they Mr.Dugan's ter, Ontario, Canada who have to the Increase under VA Hn-I.Es : : ,' ''j14' !
bed. Three room*. water heater with tank, tf()7 RENT-BeauUful furnish- \ sister After March 8 been visiting her son and wife, ruling sent to him. iti PI.

tick .. Will take ear, i itrk fiR SAl E-Norgo washing ma- I misc. chair, ladies' coat and f ed home. 1 bedroom 2 batbi, they will! be at home to friends the R-'. and Mrs. W. O Aldrldge slot Ct. Ii U'asesOGo, '

maul trailer I boat, elee ;I I \rhlne, I2S. See Dumich at Es.r. I suit, nice 13. J. L. Davis, Palm fireplace and complete eleatrically i b're at Port Sewall at the Methodist parsonage ALASKA JOB '

Ic stove ir refrlgwater hiade \ \reae Ofrke. ___ City Road. .J equipped kitchen. Also I Both Mr. and Mrs. Dugan are are now visiting In St Petersburg ANNOUNCED BY OPENINGS FSES I. 'I i iI
---- well-known She
here was
Lloyd Rlx, Lock Rd.. 'V new one-bed room cottage on They are guests of Mr.Aldrldg. '
r.< SALE Store and apartrVnt FOR SALE-IMxlM ft. Wate'front .f graduated; from the local school ira Tiet Cou V JUDGE'O COURT
uart. riverfront. Will daughter and family: MARTIN OTT. ELOSIDA. '
--_---- house owne" Attentloa I with riparian rights.pleasant rent by year and tie came here two years ago the and Mrs. Job opening for teachers, IN Sit UsiA CI OW I I I I6.5.1CC 1' I'i
Fletery representative for direct1 I or Mason. OOM Roads Jensen Rl'r -nBcJtll.f I special assistants and tYRRtI.I.. r
SALE-18 ft Skiff. Good 36x36 cottage; Beach, Phono 156-J. tf following release from the Navy ton. a ; of assistantaircraft A I ,

>. ret) enable Room 2, I Sl\ROY the new roofing. Asbe across river from city dIck to Join hi. parents Mr. and Mrs. the Seminole Church tn-r The communicators in Alaska NOTIC 10 CSEDITO5S I h hLII

uirt SlateS Phone or niL ..%< roof _tlna- (Jel. SUM cash. Box B, Care Stuart lUIIMIIIMIUIIIIIIHIUmilMIIIIIIIIIIIIMALE Carl! p Ougan Bannisters expect to return hereabout are available' through the ,,.dI.. sf lb. 1,10. of COre 1 If

-- I See\roof fact guaranteed .. JNew*. I HELP WANTEDUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIUIIilllllt March, Florida State Employment Ser ;

8ALE-4.. ft Schult Trail- I last Vail 221-1. ATTEND OAR EVENTS e vice Horace B. Jones managerof
Prkred low for quick sale. I 2S. Mar. 4, II, It. U FOR SALE;....Sm.ll TralUw. ideal the Fort Pl-rce office said : :
Mrs F. R. Morton attended the
A. B. Hines, Ocean Breete FAINT"Ii- out- for week-end leasar4/or flsh-: VETERANS! Capt. and Mrs. Maurice Flagg today f'i.. .
SALE-Inidde. lag trips ileep! twov'equipped Here a Good Job annual S Washington Birthday bf the Atlantic Court will go to Requirement for teachers in

liter Park. ----- aide po\'h and deck f 1.9S a with clooets, lee box sink cabinet I FOR YOU, IN EUROPE' luncheon of the Co-a Stlckney Miami Saturday for a threedayvisit elementary school in Alaska Include .e aS. n,., p. estI.a tIe ,bI.' 0,1.... j

SAlE-Altr.ctlve twe-itory I gallon I l\earn. Iota-if 4 gallons *. Priced for quick sale, Regardless of th* branch of Harper Chapter DAR In Fort with friends to attend the a degree for college or kreSeII.ee sod osol it n..eloaohal.orII.e ,h. p1... .1 ,,oldrore,- '

tier, home with 2 bedroom per aw\ Colon and white Highway No. 1, 2 miles South ,I th* Armed Force with which Fierce Saturday. Sunday the races and attend to business .In university with a minimum of II 5,1 post-sitS. tuot r the el.Il, t'

log room, dining I I room, 12 1" per allon' In one gallocans. of Stuart. on right. Philip i. y.u served during the war yen chapter members attended Presbyterian their former winter horn*. semester hour in education and hmito Ithol ,

1I0IM Sound Lumber Co.If BradeL ft 1 can now' apply" for direct anslgnmtnt Church services In a -C- :
IrheD. bath and two screenporches. I two 'yars full-time paid teaching 51

Furnished for 1m- _\_ _, llllilllllltllillill'liiiliiiiiliiiliiliIlliiiSERV3 with th. Beular-Arm group and Mrs Morton and her Mrs L E. Ashley was the over- experience No age limitations pAbIt1os 5'.S, on l5S. 1545. ''I I .
Mrs. Jack L Coleman,
FOB SALE Kiuble Hollywoodtype In Europe! daughter, night guest Sunday of Mrs VIViAPI 5 aspI.5'5.t0'r' .
rdlate occupancy. 4 lot In- f are specified and the position -
tS OFFERED and granddaughter Jackie Coleman se 5Mste ,,e III.. A.icutL .
ded. Reawnably priced lee bed \th Innenprln This I II a rare opportunity, Charles Oreenlees at ,her homeat is open to men and wonti.1an '

iufla Sheltttn .r write Box mattress anilVtx .prlnr.. Also iiiliiliilllllqiIlliiiluliliIiIil5IilliIliil5. since there. have been few vac Joined !them there. After. Tropical Farms.Capt I !!! and! wife are preferred.LE.GALADVETstE5IENf'! cAs.AIlrve !
wards the Stuart trio were din- : Ice ooid enu'I.,
7S lerna, IS,26 armies SludA Couch. Both WOMAN, hite want work ..t caacie* io the European Command : -: "" pS. 55, 50. 4, II. 1045, j
of and Mrs W.
_ ner guests Mr
t month %1 and In per; recently.If It
are anythjng By hour or day Charles J, Wynne returned '
8AU-Ne-: ; house, feet condition \ Suitable for 1I1'U/Stua'". Grace Smart you are qualified-physically H,,Reed. last week! to the Sew. ADVEBT1SEMENT FOB BID ,,LEGAI.AD -___ I

riUshel rrleed right. Te...... trailer or *maapartmen Gejr DeL Stuart.WAjffED and otherwise ..J' and your ''MRS.IENrilSGf.'R IIOSTESS I all. Point home of his sister Cduaip TAKE Commiaaloiior NOTICE. ftat of Martin'hf .Board of LEGAL AD RTISEMENT

nor leaving city, 721 So Must. be mid, m.%e an offer -- ------ wartime MOS Is listed a* a crit' Mr*. Marsden J. Perry after a 1 Florida" In b.nalf of port Hawaii e.utrl : OF INTFMION& TO BEGISTtB.

lurado. 1$, 26 A. ML Jones, .7M\Stypmann Carpenter work byft : leal apet'la.l.t. :you may enlist in AT BRIDGE PARTY FRIDAY 10-day trip to New York City .B,ft. .140 and. twn ariSes. .IrMntrt ad opan will bid..,.at MarrNIT 11xrbok ... Nolloa I to FICTITI"knrol- .N S lt .NAME. Ikat 1k. uadrraiirnad .

liBower' Blvd .\ hour or by the week. Joe a grade commensurate with Mrs John V Mennlnger entertained ..where his wife died Feb 14 at f. M. fur rradin* ..4 ...,.. : ...d.. tlpf ......1.1....... of Chan. '
t KALE -Tree-ripened f .. tar Itlts. Lawajftf t'lo. A.' of
Box 142 Stuart. and at a three-table bridge eois ees4o in oslO 1"1. A espy
Vtsekey training experience
: Snaelll your her home. .. 1141 will mrintjl Vllb tka Clark "ftha
'oaSAlE th. .
Grove IndlantownH I li .\" of i.a .4 pa.45oIllee' \
------ ---- "
at her 8tLucle 'Cs-oIl tourB ,
Get full detail .f this long party Friday -.. a,. o. tile' is the ",ere at tko In and for Maniat
bu. U.l',2..I Shop George Wiho ,3ense TsEW TIRES need balancing We awaited Estates home honoring C"-.f" 05W. li.ard uaty. kfrldn., M'>ufl _,lr,I of proof
opportunity at
your of Ptokllralloo" of f hip' nolle. ..... flct4tfcw .
SearbFla. equipped te balance SSA REPRESENTATIVES HERE All hldoo .IesId 10. s.eae'es"l.d be a
__, are you Miss Margaret English, sister of ..... .
SALE-Every day. Glauxi nearest V S. Army and U. S, Air ..'rstfld. .h..h I.. 5% of .5. kId to-wf
tires and align the front end Mr: Price French and Mrs Ed Prompt application by quail- ..... .
The e rso.il..o
108 SAlrW 37 Ford .dotr Force Recruiting Station I at II. t..ur dflI.5ti'l..a
irden .
Vrns Sun. ..
Pottery, with the modern .,.. .. ;
all Bird Baths Flower Pots IS h.P.. motor.**.. Glderson < IAn- only Bear Cemeau Bldg. West Palm Beach.iiulllliilllluillliiililiiliilillliilillluliiill. Pollard of Atlanta led persona for retirement or "_ taw rich' oc .1Mt .r s. .11bad. ".y... .u, ...'Indial, pla. .r of aualnraar
Pout twice. Alignment equipment In townRalph High score prize wen won by mrvlvors benefits that have J. R, FOMEROYLECAl tires. I. ....... 1100, | Marllii, loimtr. Fin, ,
ad V.... The Log Cabin., next tc I Ulster Motor Co. sOARS or i'UNTY C'OMsIOOroN.Las. .h., .h. PO"", "'. ...........4 In aald, kuahllrh.rd. /
Im City. Visitor welcome _Palm Cit,. Dr Charles Lane and Mrs Pol. been earned under the Federal MARTIN COUNTY. i'l.cow*. ...., ... C II, ..... and W T.W.II. .
22 Feb.it
.NOTlCESlillillllllilllilillsluilllilillllllllllliilill lard. Others playing were\ Mrs old-age and survivors insurance of 51ort 1I..d..ad. tkat than "
F Blaivtlt.\ II t"OI.KS. We are aieion for I .th., ... ).,.....t,4 In >aldBITHARDRON
Lane Mr. Mennlnger Mr. and was urged today by R --
-.-- I REFRIGERATIONCommercial irogram oil :: ,::,. I I Ixi
SALE-Wirk Trouwn 12.95i Toomer Fertil' en. FREE sand for filL Near sawmill. Mrs French Mr and Mrs James C Oahrken Jr.. manager of theVest I
'Itr .
have that good Sft 1.1 ( C Repairs T. wci.i.s.pb..v,4 : .
'i>rk Shirt 12.35. LAN Dung. or near Rio. See Cathbert Herbert Bruner and Mr. and Mrs. Palm Beach office of the UpVERTISEMENTIIKSCRIPTION IS, 51 II.,,,, 1. Il
Fertiliser in .totT:| at all times Call 233 for Prompt Service ..
Social Administration. .
H R Steffens Security -----
tt. t. Army Coverall while house went of sawmilL '
Ralph timer Motor Co. I LELAND T. SAVER, noTuct 'II"s&LECl'IONNotict LEGAL EHTISEMENT
15, Work geek. S pain fox: IS \ U. 19, 26, Mar. 4 Oehrken announced that a representative .. Icyb". i5r.thsius.. -
22Apr. tfiVlOLSTERY GARDEN CUB CONVENTIONBET would be in Stuart .. .. L NOTKI----:
M E A I lie N, .h .vl.I. of ""10. of (SC
Sorplus FOR S1EI.'t11'IerHOU5eTrailrr ::: fc NOtlcETro our n rfh ;r n FOR APRIL M-23 I at the court house beginning at 1416' A," .1 1.Io'.r' of =, TO *1.1. WHO rr MAY CONI"I'RN1'1':1111I ':
pot Drive, Fort Fierce, Fla. WORK and Mat- orihy.or IU ox ,Isii. Sun .... AND TO AIL I >'11.1> I AuTOS'
one 1158. 5,12lt,2 ,..2 / an.. It ft long. friends returning to Stuart We The annual spring convention 10 a.m Tuesday to take such application ..,Ikd. by ,h. CusS of C. ii Liesr' HathI.I I. kar.In "'ivrti. That. h..,.
In very ifo* condition tire tis! Renovating of all kinds are still tn business regardlessof of the Florida Federation of and transact other '..10.... of M.rtl. C..r 'Iorld.. l will kr kailoT lh, Cfle'" Hall CltpCounty '
W\do Brat clam. work, pick w "h .h.. ,..un.., ....IN ...kll.. Staarl M.rtJ P5.5.1.. ntrldny
SALE-locket 4"r 81 lik* nevJtl heatlnr and eookinf rumor being circulated. Garden Clubs haa been announc business under the program. ..lIh,. .... Ii..,.. ., I". 'oil.... ....... II ...... a m t Manrk, 154..
>d H Drive, from M.U at EJ tovf.. Ice box daveno bed up%nd deliver Phone Fort Our phone I itiU 117. Our new .,1... '0..11, otesfs5oifI'.f5Icaebaoe0,5. ,
bed al3S1.MII.t Fie% 775-J or write Route 2,, NO I ___n I. Tkatnt I .1 Bavtiat rnorrk ofof ''S
Surplus, HI North Depot and ogle double location to France Apartment IIUIITIIoI COUNTY LAmi5IBesIAre lI'u," Otr aerri a bvildlni on Lot
Ice, Fort Pierce, Fla. Phone *ill at once. Hay 'be teen 'Box \>1. Fort Pierce Mattress annex No. 1. Christopher Elee- NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES at ....l.t .50.,,th.. Pl.pthba.d.e t. lI..h. II, P.. I I.im Knkdlviaion. ..I.dVbx.
: Comply. tlDOSTT .' Pot. 5.c.b fsorte I. c..nu, .. ....., wklrk aald Jot
51. 8, 12;It, K at MenMeld, 301 South Al- trio Shop. tf I.-.,, tto I..ee.r.or woe s. AlalUr :: 0roits Woo Oft ou.h Ah".. Aoo
Aff. 111. I' M\T .Ir The County Agent's ColumnBy 0..... ISreot. x.ot.,5 uod _. oil II.. 1....,...' I, North of the proa.w .
SALE Men' G. L Work : p Ill) If. too late, 1II1t!!!III!.!!III!""!II''!II!!!II III II III!!;11I1 .rlp I .1.... tho Nor'h .b..fdoy "" 01PI ........h 5,11101 : '
bill iCTRIC APPtlANC See us BMay for automobile .. 1I..eh err,... .n I P'rI'th- nil pres'.ty .l0.-a ... .n.... aa r ol* ,,
set. Combat Boot, Para- REPAIRS M WANTEDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiuiii I L. M. JohnsonThe ,Is. .a,.. Itre,50 Ih e't ,Ito.. .f d..IIoi 0.1 Oas ". C5rb or Bualnaan '5'
x>p Boots. New and Rebuilt InsuranceIf*4 yon need under R.... ,1 .:.... .h.... reb. .10. lho \t aratlnr I wkatkirv' mt. "
>es I to U from MM at E 1'* '., Hot Water Heater. the new financial responsibility 1"- W._. 5.. Of R.... 41 S.tt. lk, north ::. :r :::/ .;r \,uld ba uphold t
Vaeaum Cleaners, WANTED Order for cement 0t '0'." 01 v.a.hI'. '0 BiHithhm IONING IIOARI '" AIUUSTMBNTfuk. 'I
.f oaitter bulbs
J Surplus, Ill N, Depot Dr, Law \coders Dehon dV first report of Botrytls on Batrytli Infection of the so... .1 sail, ,.Io'yl. B... .. the I IIo"h 'OK TIIII1 n' (I" STUdS '

it Pierce. Ha. ,,12, It 21 .' Iron Son. Dehon ldg Phon II, ,blocks, we make them diStil I I leave this season may occur this year, it II recommended list 01 ...id. ....hl. 45j0 tko lIe T. f' IEP4NEDV,, h
gladiolus .
Call 2J3 for Prompt Service for JOe each. 3rd house'west that the bulb be .."h..I...... '4 uM 'Town.k'p' 40Soutk a' Cb.......
4 tfREFRIGElhTJON comes from Hillsborough and a.... 41 Knit. ci....... North II A tt Fob.. ,,-.. ..... I
COOLED OUTBOARDS ULAND T. SAVER of store at Palm City Myrlan dried or cured rapidly after being .,,000 ko WNt laW rl II.... 41 Boot ---- -I

ye yes seen the new Laasonjrol. !. tf Mead. 19, 26, Mar. 4,11 Manatee counties, according to dug Keep 'them out of the to lk, ..,,10..., ..e... of Srrllol II. LEGAL_ADV8 TISEMNT: ,
?....hp 1* .HoMli. R>I.,. 41 EnitIbuu :
Air-cooled outboard JvATER( PUMPS Barne Irrigation Air v Condltionli* Repilr Dr. R. O Magic gladiolus! pathologist rain and give them artificial Es55.. N.rtk ".. ofAM NOTICE OP lNItNiti I TO RECISTE:

>lonT Com* In and try one ; Water Pump, connected Call 233 for PronV Service WANTED-Year next wiring/Job at the Vegetable'CropaLaboratory heat. and ventilation if possible _... II w Ik. "....... unn.Inul C1CTITIOI J NAME '
tkrronr. .. I..... .. .. '
and appliance repairing. No I'' > Knit Seth I la boraku ftrv.n Uiat lk nn.vlalona
Ralph Ubner Motor Co .. air-cooled engine.0 Ralph LELAND T. 11 _'ER at Bradsnton. One Flcardy bulb cured at 100 TIn haM of tk* Atlantic. Ooonlt, tkoncoouttorly d.r.i.d aol., Oh. 01 ('h... '
tlMar.ilSALE tTimer Motor Co. 22 to Mar. 11 tt Job too big or too small. High of the most troublesome gladiolus only Jour days when the!! air ; ....01..'.. th. ikor* of lk. ire I.oaa. l.oo, .1 kI. Am at 1041.
quality., Low eoL Phone Stuart AU.I Oeste .. .too iviol, of .hoOIusI.s.anI 0111 ,.olotre .1,5 tIreS of 'ho C.... 11
('OR SALE-Getting larger boat diseases In Florida Botrytis was changed vigorously These "' _,..> op roto waothor or not Mil Court .In ted '. Ms-Is ee.., '
H" Electric DrJU will sell Il-ft. cabin cruIser DO YOU have trouble %th your 117. Christopher Electric has attacked the leaves, stem quick-cured bulbs had much less ...h 0,1 .h.1I k '..1..... ....h''. uS.S.sedoela pinto... 0",". ..., of emit of p.550,010. ,
Iliad Saws UN alo hen not laying: xi .. Shop. France Apartment annex Fusarium rot than those cured of lap5r I.... Dioltot. 5,1 Ii.of ISI., ...... ''tkr fktlttoiM. MmBROS
Universal motor recently completely and floret In plantings. .. \
many kallirr not told Ctiaaur KU4 akall I.-.
n. 81edr Hammer, LOg overhauled and paint Hess Panamln.Store Stan Feed No. 1. __ tf during the months of Februaryand In a well-ventilated ihed at ordinary bare..e ",,,'i.. 00 to oreS' landa I.Morli In sTILl I
idle ShvreU. Rake. IIM, ., U temperature The quick C.a"", 'Iorid. sorb. ..INtIo..11I ...... oSkb. .i .niaar. In ooalnaao.plaro ..A1 I
Weed Cutler at Erplna 4 1 ed. In excellent Bhape. Dr. 111I11I11I11I11I111I111I111111111111I1111111111IBUSINESS March tn recent year This ...' 5.11 V. 55. I..h day .1 II..... .hahe ..' .'el-c I ., .kllilnMU In I
A. I. Hull, Poppleton Creek SPENCER SUPPORTS for e- 'fungus disease la favored. by cool cure did not appear to affect the I... at .... Nato. SsIIdhr In H'S.Ooo,5 solo.... Motl. "...,. ",.., tkat Iko.
11* M. Depot Dr, fart OPPORTUNITYlilliiiiIliiiliilillllllliiiiliilililillllllliii : In addition .... Oh. 5,11.01 "5... ...v.. lol.rnI f in aid buainoaa arad I:
ccc, ria rhene. 115 f Box 1063. If men M...'* belt*. Laella 1 se- damp weather. Florida had two subsequent growth. Smi ,.!;=*,j ::"I loopeston .:: CInk. H...-.. P100.1. .. f,..,....-. c. Btlllop. '4or
tree-rlpene 1111 Orange Ave. S week of ideal Botrytl weather to rapid curing the bulbs shouldbe .1 .oeh oh'etire. ....It: 11IO.." ri, 'is sod that ...... nr.. 'I' I
M.A.MSAIE POE BAJ.E-.Frlllh. ney BUSINESS: OPPORTUNITY stored In a relatively dry atc 11.- ...;t"..... I. I. To...... .". .. .,... .... &os-estsd I. mid h....
oranges and grapefruit IIM Pierce. Phone. J87-M for alpolntroent. 3.SDO> Buy Busine Corner V starting J.n.I' much drier than William I.. .._ oat Pci$ ".,.... 0.0.. f I ,
-rremre C.olru, 4 bMiheL Also complete line .. A mlcroscople examination of mosphere Link/ >, Hr.RURT L. ST1Ll.lta'RANClI j '
per 8. Highway No. 1 and Salern found in most of our cold (tor BY OBDKRilononi t 'h. c.'r Cenalo'. R. STII.Lt.R t I
bodies .
$8.95 fruiting jeen u a I
i single and ebb of Jelly, honey; and nveltle af M., "" ..Ip, D5.rIdo, CHARLES 'hi i
'net ekMtrle hot plat $2.1, Id i Fruit ft Novelty Shop TRUSSES, elaitle itocklngm, Road Filling Station and Apt gray mold on the brown spots, age house! (tonnttCub. Cotn...,. ..... ...1 AIt'1' Pob. "... I 'U, II. Mar. /.It..). I
knee etc. Stuart overhead, and eltra I fruit Grower are Invited to mall .. a. poseastov.
$5.95. pad, anklet make the diagnosis certain that '
coat a 2nd St. .
Federal Hwy. ..land Annual net Cl-rb. ____ 4l
approxl.tely disease for identification
egg trmf (. CMnrplu < 8.3 U Drug Corp. tfDON'T growers[ have Botrytl 10 fight r.b II II, a Word, 4, ii 545 '
f...tot. Low rentaL SeeolIr to the Bradenton laboratory 'IN THE NTV JUDG.'S COU.T OJ', ,
this until the -EEWbv
tl$ N. Depot ., Fort SALE-On:: 141. again season Tis MAST COUNTY STAIR OF S SFLo5
: Hway
FARM FOR WAIT until It' too late .
Fla on premiaee. weather becomes.warm and drynext Care should be taken to Isr.M-eN-r--;
cc.0 Phone 111SALCUau
ILlS at CD"' ''. .5 sure. t hon**, See m today for antemobll 5,12,19,21 spring. They can expect send all part of the plant that NOTICe LECAL OP INTINTI ADVE TO IIECIITU IN JtI; D THS FJITATKWlUIAMg. J Il I
la excellent .condition, with insurance that you need under all might be needed la !the identification FICTITIOUS MI ., f '
lbs to be blown to )
house wash. shed, $JlI METHODISTS SIGN spores Xoltaa k> karany. iI.es> 00 050 .,,_ fUN .
packing the financial responsibility and in such .......
Pal in aU new SOBRlt\Y planting In the State. The to wrap away lonod ..01.. Iho pe..l01. a..._ -
ccl.fid White garage. F. T. Adam. Hob Law; Theodore lIchen a PLEDGE that the material will arrive IIWI, Less of Florida. Araflairr 01 'lICE TO CBCOITOB I 1
per galloi weather condition the .
2T11. tf during with tho ClorkCoarl hs"Ji' : A" .... of ii.. ....... 01 PmikM. .
Intel| IJ.6I per gal ala.the. Sound Eli Phone Son Daises BId,, Phone SLtf 3ttn found next few week will determine fresh. SPool for Martin' C PI.sl5'os W.. ...a 1.0.5004. ice S.esbt .. .1

.. thinner and flat,ell FdiTiALE-.B al built 1MT, 22 Revival old custom whether the I disease. becomesestablished mitt I 01 ..o0I, :r.11I10 .. 5.5. 0 ....trod M III. any aktlMa orIrh '
.. _
110 penonsVlgnlng the pledge flrtlllov. 5.u than mar born .1 I
l.ttu etially low In at I. Chrysler Abe, eutriggeriastosisali. When mUk" eow' miles the OsreSo .. ....
rIce in very many plantIngs changing a BT LIICIB HO 1.osle 5.01 o in tka Offkr of CountyMartin
8. t Surplus JU DepotPhon ... bilge pump, fish I box, REFRIGERATION of sobriety \ the Methodist and how severe the attack feed IeII 1 best to make the. whlek I will ..... 1 ha,,.,.. J..... County, Morion" In Ino.Btuarl ..
Domestic a Repair Church servlctViunday, the Rev ....1.. H. l nlooaliuart hoalesa "e.rth at riorlda, wltklnonkmdar
Feet 8* blnoealan. n>p > .lpoI It
Fierce, FU nointed It x W. O Aldrlde\reported Tuesday will, be: The BOtrytIs disease change gradually working Increasing ....... C.m5. I .1 ,thoa 55. .ieSS" aiontka front tko onloit >
I, .15,28 Phone 282 er write Box IM.OR Call 233 for Prompt Service was ,especially severe last year amounts of the new sort to._..* In .... hoI.u I, 1 :tl puHlclrlon SkIs notlro.
H will talk\n "In A World ..., ,. .
& &ae" olop damaad bo vrltlne
U LELAND T. BAUER s_. Wlnlfrad. D. lord of I-ri. Wmi
feed Into the old until the .
WhatV during the cool damp weatherof .. ... 50. ualo th.sl.m01enidm..oivot
ON' SCAT Gone Mad A Christian and tkat ikara no otMrnla4 ..' ..
COVERS St any tf tar ... ,... .. _., '
Not change I Ie complete. Changing 4 0.01 > of h. .101 orda
and March.
only aaK
Installed far Wlji Ralph ,; SALfc-Uted washing mehlnet. *. to DO" at the $urch'i 10:49 February hi kn.lnraaMBS. WtNIFrvk :.ki e. 1,050 .nt too .en t kp .... ...,....t. Sbxa.st ..

eIM.ioCe. Mar, IICOOLKD Ooeaa Breeze Park AGENTS for Gould Pump. All am. sorties Bund were the leave and blossoms a cow's feed suddenly may ,.- r.k it 11Tkla 55. M ,' 4, iO5O se S. ott.yp: ito It sAl: '
attacked Jut but the cool cult in a drop,In milk production. vdmoc'ISIS low.
J...... Beach Fla. a, 12, II 2' ill Immediate delivery. Harold Copping liasterpleeei :year -'ItdAtSV'cEii o..o'rPV5LickOT : I. .i I..f Fokruaro. A D 141MAICABIT .
INGIN W* Stuart Hardware Cv Phone" In oil-colored slid* of PlutBunyan' wet soils made possible for It V. WILLUMH
veIn itck IAU-l6Oe IS ft. Speedboat considerable bulb Infection to U ,. notify tkam > oWls 05,5. 1 A. Ad niatrotrln W tko Batolo ft
LamoBj iW WIs- FOR ;
10$ tf
Immortal allegory of la not __.Ihlo forkraatol ...... .Psp5 weI.n.. ti'iaoaad.FBANLI' .
tree moderately
5lfl air.e.,5e4 engKe teeS U h.. Ford Motor. Full -Pilgrim' Progress" will be occur. Botrytls infection of bulbs The magnolia a kit tko B C (. r.ds.Il. Ca.a OUGRTtlUl 5 *
Woodwork. The United State hut 43DOO prcad In storage causing a wet Blow-grower, although .rk awnmklax lsPu' T. T. 011 EB8ONhnhitatratrlx.
**>*t o r ether w4 Aloe _..lIIona. Solid .- shown a, the '1:30; *ervtc* 5r
p.m .... ,.. .. .
for thm. Ulmer Motel la good eondiUoav Call: I .000 acre of forest land with. magnolia\ in good toll grow rs.se ywoa sac's, n. "" .
Ralph It the church. rot.In s. I" ,.. .. U. At I lid... C t4o.
'.rC. tl-BanU 2W.,1I&Z.0.S02$5d. if La its borders. view of the probability that much faster than those on. poor

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BASEBALL TEAM TO MOLD I iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiii l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l s TO BE INSTALLEDDR. were palm Beach Visitor. last BAILEY IS PARTNER

i J 118 ATTENDOCEAN FIRST DRILL MONDAY NEWS OP Fightin' Tom Indian River/ Drive Thursday, IN NEW',LAW_. FIRM'- !

I John N Mann manager of the --- Mr, Dan Mccarty and ber David B Maas, rnembw 1
FarmsBy Visits StuartTom
BREEZE Stuart Sallflshers baseball team Tropical mother, Mrs Ul Brown will Ohio bar, formerly tpecui ,
100 ATTEND entertain members of the Pnlted; of the Federal, Bureau on}
and two or three players will MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELLiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiie witha Ugatlon and well.known/

attend organization meeting I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l l l l 1,I I Watson colorful and aggressive Daughters of Confederacy attorney with office J
DINNER SUNDAY Florida Attorney General covered dish wppe* at 6:30 tomorrow -
Of, the South Florida Coast Mr and Mrs. Carl Hoffman WASHINGTONBIRTHDAY Thomas, Virgin Island
now engaged In the race for McCarty homeon '
In the IMS and
Glades League In Lake Worth and daugbter, Betty Lou of Wtllla.l i
AG' the Governorship visited Mar- Members planning Bailey, member
----- Okeechobee the Drive.
/ Sunday at 3 p.m Mann also an-' were the FrIday at
-..- By MRS MTRTLE TERRIO of Mr. and Mn H. tin County yesterday accompanied requested phone New York bar, fonnerb,
night guests to attend are
tint the
practice for by his son, Tom Watson FETEBy 0 &
the y,
GUI A pot-luck dinner for which I W Simmons.Mr. 32 not later than noon tomorroW. Ji'r
Stuart team will be held at the Jr. owner of the Belle Glade mltted to ttdln":1It
and Mra B. A. Burton and .
AT Mr, and Mrs. A. Miller of Oxford .
East 5th St. diamond at J p,m. ions Wayne and Roger and Mrs z radio station.Watson MRS. VIVA C. BOAT and:;; Robert bland, announce the torn
J: a Boyles ion
Ml h., were host and hostess said that he 1* con. of the firm of Maas
Monday and urge all Interested Hobson Reddish were visitor In Presnel and Roy Marion ana
A C persons ducting nil. campaign on his Jesse
attracted ill at candidate to report. Weat Palm Beach Thursday.Mr. well.known principle of "the Under a canopy of red white from Ashboro. N C. enroute to for the general practlct
span Ocean Breeze Trailer Camp Sun- in the Virgin Islands will
and Mr, Hugh Tolbert ,
right to work" and "return of and blue mad In streamer effect Miami were over-night guest
day. of tho attending flee In the
Pam Twenty-six s English
Mrs and who have been visiting at the Cable
18 In the E.: R. Ensey homein i
of the Government to the States Washington Feb.
from Hlllsdale enburg the George St Thomas
Witt were home of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Rlx Their Saturday dinner and !in ChnT
fll.l'lI County in Southern Michigan M. B. Taylor of Bemldji. Minn. returned to their home In New< by elimination of bureaucrat! birthday party given by Indian Walton.supper weN Mr.: ted, St, croix. .
Federal Interference with State and guests
aIbis and 1} from Allegan, Mich., In Mr and Mr, E, James of Montrose Hampshire Thursday I Government River Drive Association broughtout and Mr*. B Knapp and children,! Bailey was In the BrlUth

the States southwest corner Mich. Mr. and Mrs R. L. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Van Scoy He is now making a Statewide more than 100 fun.lovtng Judy Helen, Barbara and Barney gin Islands during iwj SlId
Ohio visitor host for
were a and is
Cbarinston of West Palm Beach Thursday owner of
were Buck
Hogg of 8. C. Mr. from Palm Beach The b
pot-luck at the last Mrs.Oeorge1J tour In connection with his can guest to participate In\ the program West there. Prior
supper camp to
dinner guests' of hU Ni'
and Mrs.
J. of
A. Hoffman of ,Attica former residents i "
were ,
night and also will be for dances: Backus. arranged by entertainment vice he practiced law In i
Ohio, Mr and Mrs.' J. M.
r scheduled tonight.. Saturday and Peterson of Delancld Wise. the Oscar Simmons of Canal Point chairman Helene towrij\ of El- Walton, I Plains. N Y.. and New 1
Tuesday nights, Michlganders was the Tuesday visitor of Mr. MORE ABOUT City since the early
Rev. and Mrs. Perry of Corning dred. Coming over from Orlando for 1930,,
t i will be hosts) for dances March and Mrs. H. W. Simmons. eently hot was
N. Y. Mr and Mrs. F L Taylor ssistlnf a.
Guests his
V. 11 and 13. entering were registered the we'k end to visit parentswere
Recent sallflHh catches I of Park Ridge, HI, and Mr. and Mrs John O'Day was hostess GONFERSTODAY and given a cardboard hatchet Mr and Mr. Arthur John- Attorney Evan Crary IIIwhen &
by to a Stanley Products Party Feb. his wit and
Mrs. Fred Matthew of Ontario, which bore the individualsname stone 4,
: ramp resident include a 40-lb.. Canada. 18 at her home at the lockss.Everyone I ter are presently resldini ,
6-tot. 10-Inch catch after 55 had to coma In their ; ;;;- I This was pinned on to they 'Join Bailey in $
minutes by Paul Schoonmaker Charles Lesperance of Detroit (Continued From Page One) avoid formal l Introductions. Last Tuesday' evening Mr and t. TV,
'1, Ruth Miller of Oxford,, Mich., early morning costumes with Every guest carried a prize package I C. R. Brotsch of Walton -
of Smethport, Pa a 45-lb.. T-ft. Miss Auriel Oberhouse taking A. Christopher, Rep. Marvin H. Mrs SERVICE .
and William H. Peet of Allegan J. IIILLIS MILLER Phil A march: was instituted had M bridge and midnight CIVIL EXAMS'
7-In. tallnsh by Dr. Alvle Livermore the prize Mrs;Hobson Reddishwon Rowell Pence. and MayorW. .
I Mich., celebrated their birthday with all present Joining and exchanging snack Miss Adoma Mon- WILL BE GIVENApplications
of Smethport and a 60-Ib.. the "Whoa Tommy" game Dr; Miller will be Installed tuKwrth R. Baker i guest
7-ft. 1-In. catch by Frank Mc- together Sunday. and Mrs James Rider won the president of the University Later Representative Rowell gift with the nearest roe of Vero Beach and Donal En are being ta
Mr and Mra. Hare
of Alle
Leo person Package changed handamalJ Walton. The engagementof ed now the
of tot
Nlsh of Seneca Falls N. y. door prize. The hostess served a of Florida reported receipt of two letters soy Student antltlon
Schoonmaker was accompanied (gan are entertaining Mr. and delicious luncheon to Mrs Don
by his brother Noble, of Minneapolis Mrs. B. Glie of Chlcora, Mich. aid Van de Water Mrs. Lloyd ceremonies March '4 and !x T Chief of the engineering dlvls their qwn present back announced recently with the tary, Board of1, 8 CI,B
this week Hare caught 75 Ibs Pnimiiient {features of the two. Th',committee In charge! was In June.
who was luckless. Ken- RIx, Mrs O'Neal, Mrs. Carl Sau- Ion of the Department of the \ wedding to take place vice Examiners (for Beta
neth Oute of Austin Mlnn.. of snook in one day this week. vage Mrs. Hobson Reddish, Mrs. day ceremonie will\ be a meet Army in Jacksonville, and Ben Mrs. Lowrie, !Mr and Mrs. L. B.EdaJOn. and Technical Personnel e

boated and had mounted a 50- hosts Mr. and Mrs. William Peet are 3. A. Burton; Mrs Aurlel Ober lug nf Southern Governors: and H. Fuqua, secretary to Governor Mr. and Mrs Walter Mr and Mrs Lane Jennings of Potomac River Naval Corns,
this .
week to Mr. and
Ib. t-ft. 10-in. sail after a U. Floyd of Battle Mr ,house Mn C. T. Ashley! Mrs. regional' conference on education I Caldwell In which he was assured Cochrane, Mt. and Mrs. W. H. Walton returned home last week Building J7 Daval Rcat:
Snyder Creek
minute play and Edward A. Ok- Mich Algle Reddish and Mrs. James planning. that this county problem Lennard, Mr. and Mrs, Dale from Gainesville where their Laboratory Waihlngton a

erlund of East Smethport caught Mr. and Mrs A. A. .'Rider. : is recognized In their offices and Jackson and Mr, and. Mrs Max son Harry wa graduated from C.. and for patent examiner*

'(IIf a 48-lb, 7.ft. 7-in. after a' l'i- and John Poorbough Poorbough of Cleveland Philip Fellenger postmaster Of MORE ABOUT will, receive study! and consideration Shalnfeld, the university tlons by the 17 8 Clvu Sr-

I and Mr. and Mrs W F East Orange. N. J.. was the before any Improvements Harry and' his cousin, .E1 win Commission Washington, I
.Pieston Stein of Kalamazoo formed week-end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. SMITH BACKS are undertaken. Colorful l umbrellas, rustic Coutant of Stuart made a motor C The positions to be fllM
{ fishing party this week a ;Donald Van de Water. seat and table In a setting of I trip through West Florida where located in Washington: D,CL

Mr and Mrs, H entertained James Merritt ha gone to FALL CIRCUIT COURT lower and'tree* made an attractive they looked over business prospect nearby Virginia and Marfa
Breeze Camp Include Mr. and Mr and till: Joe Eby 1 Dothan Ala.. on a week business TERM: NEARS FINISH meeting 'place on. the in tau larger cities ,Applications for the w
Mrs A. C.Kaasen Of M111L Wise, of Wabasso trinRobert. (Continued r-Pa"; ;; .One) ----. aid examination must be I
and Mr and Mrs. Joe lawn
of Mr
'... Mr. and Mrs. Ray D Baker of Eby of Wabasso and Mr. ant Lewis who ha been inscribed thereon at the end of Three case were to be heard Walton when she Minnie Taylor of .Mrs. Edna Francis. Mn Jo not later than March t, am

''I"" Detroit, Mr and Mrs Fred Dull I Mrs. James Butler of Miami witha the guest of Mr. and Mr*. James each month Wire leaden are tobe today and one tomorrow in the celebration of her entertained 86th birthday In McMahan and Mrs. Cora Maulln the patent examiner notk
picnic dinner Sunday. Merritt returned to his home In concluding week of trial In the of Plqua Ohio left that city than Aug. SI Anyone Inkn
than 10 feet in Saturday, Th affair barbecue
> no more length, was a -
Ala fall term of. circuit court here, Jensen where In further details should
Mr and Mrs Horace Clark and Dothan this week. Feb. 20 for Beach
; > and Invited were Mr and
their daughter and IOn-ln-Iaw., Mrs L. W. Haye spent Wed arid "the captains will police: Seven' cases were disposed of an. W. G Padrick and Mr. and they have taken one of the tact Mrs.; Gertrude Mlnnet!

I Mr and Mrs. Clarence Maste, neaday and Thursday In Cocoa themselves" The conservation I during the weeks first three Mrs. J. Bond, Fort Pierce; Pitchford cottage., the Stuart Post..Office jl
have returned. from a trip thru visiting her son, Richard fiheat program will\ formally start Mar! days. George Oren and daughter, --- -l----- 4

the Keys. who has been sick. I i and this year close ,April: Assistant State 's' Attorney Stuart Mrs. Gus DeMaesschalk llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l l l I lllllllllllllllinillllliiiiliI
I Card party hosts at the Mr and Mrs. J. B. Sauvage Thad Carlton ordered Tuesdaythe
camp to be resumed on a 30'1 and Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Mc- GRINER'S
this week are Paul Schoonmaker and Mrs Louise Wilkinson were addition of three cases to
Sweeney, Walton, and Mra. Dorothy -
Box visitor In West Palm Beach basis when the season this term docjcet! These Included -
Phone 2408 No. 277VER for bridge Mrs Fred Delse for Lockhart of Philadelphia [ RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT
;. BEACH, FCpRIDA pinochle and Mrs L. J. Stevens Thursday.Mrs. next winter. State v*. J. W. Cranberry and .
I ; I Bob Brown Mrs. Algle! BUI Wilson, charged with grand' [ /
)UG CLEANING for 500. Before the meeting adjourned On the Tell Your Neighbor SPECIAL MENU EVERY DAy

Dr. and Mrs Floyd F. Jauqulesof Reddish Pete Stenberg and It was understood of course that larceny; State vs. James Hall, program over WIRA women were I Fried Chicken Steaks, Oysters/ad Shrimp '.
TILEAll Ernest Sonqulst made a business charge of receiving stolen goods,
Cleveland are guests of Mr. 1t Is pointless to release vitally! irltlzed in a parody on "Trees"by i
and Mrs. E. B Atkinson of trip to Fort Pierce Thursday and State vs. J. P Peterson, :: HOME COOKE
Kinds I Bay Joseph Khmer Head of this
Injured flsh Moreover, If an charge of forgery Judge A. O.
Village, Ohio. program Walter Mason, asked [ Tasti Deliciou F :
c...S..lid and.I InstalledMwtte M.rbU. | ,,.rrr C V. "Grandpa Hoke cele- Mr. and Mr*. L W. Haye and angler wishes to have his fish Kanner 1* presiding women to answer. Mr*. B.'R. i |

..ANt .... RubbrM brated his 84th birthday Feb. II. hlldren. Annie Earl and George mounted or Insist upon having Ensey: compiled with his
F ,...Ie ... Air..w. W Td.t Tickets for the and Mr. and Mrs E. A. Cook SAVINGS BONDS SALES request I MRS. ALBERT CRINER ;
turkey 11 t smoked, these are to be and sent In the following, a
t FEWAL at the Stuart were Sunday visitor in West Sale of Series E F and O
Methodist savings -
,1 a I. Palm Beach. brought In as. after all. |Jt la the parody on the poems"I [ Drive In Curb Stfvic*
t bonds in Martin
"N. Pluck w y M. W tomorrow night may be secured County
i.. (1e. M llk/ ,r.11MM1q' from Mrs Rains at Jl.M for Mr, and Mrs. Carl Roth and angler who; pay for the boat amounted to $23141 during hope that 1 may never see :miiiiiliiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili l iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMinii

SINK P AND DRsVlN. adults and 75 cents for the daughter. Sarah, spent the day The captain :present Tuesday January. the laving bond division A man as smart as he thinkshe

I ; 4 80 D SPECIAL youngsters. In Fellsmer Sunday a* guests night were Oil Thornton Lets-' of the :Treasury Depart, bj

,\ FI_ ...... ..4 ri.....i.k I& I Mr and Mrs. f. K. Wright have of Mr. and Mr*.' C E. Nourse Go; Harry Hartl, Pook; .Ford' must reported this week Sale A man who daily struts and 'A AAT
)'..11......... a.. I returned from Orlando where Miss Elizabeth Devlne and nf"E. bonds alone totaled *17. blow "DINE and. BANCE"
i Bulldog Concrete Font of they were guests Mrs.Wrights Mrs. Grace O Menninger visited Carter, Buckaroo, Frank Svon- 143 during the month. Sales in Telling the world how much he

f America I i son and daughter-in-law Mr. In West Palm Beach Saturday ledl Dude; Victor P Lance Florida totaled $ ,630,409 during know '

\ -4- and Mra C M. StrosnlderE ringing back with them Mrs. i Moja, Walt Sanders, HI-Hook, January with M,975100. devotedto The great I am the little you
Bess Cowdry who spent the week tea freston. Little Joe E-bond alone.PRESBYTERIANS. Till you hold your nose and
end with her mother, Mr*. H.(NGaines. The northeaster< that came In say P--ewl I .
LL Tuesday morning gave the sailfish SEYMO 'S INN

E R and ALE Hugh Coultls who ha been a needed rest All last week NEW COUNCILS VIEWS TO TELL A man that may In summer

spending the winter In West and over the week end It was swear '
$4.50 Per Case Palm Beach left for a month's loriour fishing out In the Gulf One that will make you tear TASTY, DEUOroUS FOOD

;. SchliA visit in St. Petersburg before returning Stream Furthermore, the first The conclusion of the newly- your hair
Pabst i Mixed Drink
r Bud eiser and Miller High Life organized National Council of Makes Veer on Draft
to his home Jn Los, decent catches of king mackerelwere no difference Wt can'tyes'um
kELICIOUS, 1.STY SANDWICHES Angeles. made Monday, hitherto Presbyterian Men as to the stateof HEAR GENE SOLOVOX

I ; Drop mnd enjoy yofc favorite beer and Sandwich WIWlllam Sutton was the overnight -' only scattered kings having been the world and what Christian W all have two hands?.we ONfHE
guest Monday of Mr.; brought in. men can do about it will be discussed lore God bless 'um;
Plenty Space STEAKS
of Parking SEAFOOD
v Cud Mrs. L, D. WalLMrr I Capt, Toley Engbretsen fished by Ernest F. Lyons, David Poems are made by fools like me anfl

a'' x'' 0 POST LUNCH BAR and children and Mr Fay, Lester June and Reddish Fred,I Orlando ilartln Anderson Star, and editor concentrated of the James M. Marshall Pegram Ralph at th'e Frey Presby and But only God can make! a. he. OUR SPfXIALTY

U *. I lit IANTOWN aOAOEASTER were the week-end guests of Mr.I upon reef fishing since that I* terlan Church 11 ajn service """- Jensen Beach //I SEYMOUR ClDEW
1 ARNOLD evil l.IAMSP.r. Sunday at the Woman'l. Club Dr. W Rutherford and nieces
and Mr. James A. Lee In Moore the kind of fishing that Anderson ,
Haven. who has caught ills share The council was formed in Chicago he Misses Helen and Bess Rear- Owner

L. D. Wall and J. B. Sauvage I of sails, enjoys belt.II the Feb. 12-14 with 370 representatives don. EdenUwn wlntej1 guests I .I1
from 44 the ___
made a business trip to West Whltlcars got king also. High States -
Palm Beach Friday sailfish boat for the week would District of Columbia and five
Mrs. L. E. Ashley was the Sun. appear to have been the Gulf foreign countries attending upon
EGGS day dinner guest of Mrs C R.Oreenlee. tram, Curt Whltlcar, with nine the call of Dr. C. J. Turck president STUART

.. I released. Aboard were three vet- of McAlester CollegeS ,
ILL BE THE FINEST -1 I1 trs1 sallfishermen Murray

KELLER: ATTENDS SCHOOL Rushmore and his son and Harold ON tCT COMMITTEE:
a We Have fytr M 4e. Please Place YourORDEREARLUto John W. Keller manager of. Herrick, all of Greater New The Rev, T. J. Geary H. B. i

Assure Delivery the Martin County Electric Company York Kraft and Kenneth Stimmell DEPARTMENT ORE
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I a FRUIT and NVT, COCONUT EASTER EGGS > returned Thursday night I There were three new entries Have been named by the Indian
from attending a uuedaJ'hOcJlI' : In the Ashing tournament during River Council of the United
Names A.. Eggt Without Charge on the General Electric automatic the week. Howard O. Woodof Commercial Travelers as a commIttee l

j We Use Only QuSity Agredients In Our Candie.SWEETS. washer In Jacksonville Newburyport, from the Jean to appear before civic ;
Feb. 18. The school covered every Dare Capt. Earl Dare a* Upper. and church bodies to inform on s

phase of the revolutionary new boated a U-Ib. dolphin, which the UCTs strongly-taken stand

MILDRED TH nacrtne, Keller reported. He, nosed out by only one-half a against the Communistic trend

I. the sole) OB representative In pound the previous entry David and infiltration in this country,
Rains BId" Stuart, Fla. this county. E. Abse of Mt. Ranler MdH while! It was announced last night.

-- aboard the Dis-Orace, Capt. Bob Softly, sedately abl


Donald B. Outcalt, governor, lft-lb Jack crevalle the Miss Jenny Ramsey, field rep- for spring I

and William W Wheeler; secretary first of that species to be entered resentative of Junior Red Cross'

of Stuart Lodge 1340 Loyal When we congratulated was in the Martin County Red

A New I Business Order of Moose, expect to attend Capt Bob and pointed to the Cross chapter last week and vIsited !

a i Statewide meeting of Moose lack, his comment was: schools In the interest of I

In Jacksonville Saturday and You mean that thing?" I I the Junior Red Cross, I

\ Sunday, Outcalt announced yesterday C, C. Chapman of Upper Mont IIIIIIIIMIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllObituaries I I I // / / '
when a State Moose Association clair, N. J., using cut shrimp for
will be formed. Delegations bait and fishing alone down by r rL

COMING JTO TOWNSCION ; will be advised on organization the Inlet, hooked a. 4 /-lb pom-
procedure by officers pano which he and the Paul iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMRS. I I I I I I I I /

H of> the Supreme Lodge and members Combo family where he Is ty- SARAH ALICE HODGES

of the Supreme Council i log consumed that evening. a
Iv Ixecutlve, Director Malcolm R. I These three fish emphasize Mrs. Sarah-W'Hodge'J8.: t e .

Giles of Mooeeheart, HI. and gain that fish other than sails It resident. of Indlantown for 20 Ah

Just As Soon A* |>u | carters In the Supreme Governor F Roy Yokeof are eligible foe: the contest and years, died at the home of her t SABOT-X yDA

i NEW Parkersburg .W. Va, will be are caught Irt Stuart waters. ion, James A. Hodges. in Indian- S'O DA341-0A3yI
DEHN BUILDING present. Down at the Flshnhol,. with M. town at 1.30 ajn Sunday after

Are Finished We Will (Jpen V. Modern Up-to-Date P Payett himself In a yellow a Iwo week Illness Funeral arrangements ,OA791-DA7fS
CHURCHES Or CHRIST SCIENTIST shirt and blue trousers adding\ were In charge of 1 1cps.
"CHRIST JESUS b tit. .kM rfk a touch of color fk.au! eidtintsult-abU new
... .. Jack Walton of the Johns Funeral Home and a Air
UUM-SOTUMI Mek '0 k. 4
BE IX III C........ a< c...,. s..tI... HifMrt Lake MUton, Ohio, won one of graveside service was conducted lotlv
.... .... .tW .. ...far. F.Y. itTk. Baity ply-flex rods In the concealed b>y the Re*. W. O. Aldridg with ever a* ,never as ready
SELF SERVI E UNDRY /k.. IM G.MO>klUro Tnt If W I "Thrl"him. to weight: contest, with a burial at 4 pan. Monday in Port tie (fresh* *pvU U a spring
p..d I tat* ikr HM tl k.lk snapper Paul Mlkowets-of Toledo Mayaca "

'I..d.....IkM*for....*,...*.r"tk vkkk' 1 :' w.M.M 4tiSI_, brought In 3$ lane snappers I Mrs. Hodges was born In De- we wardrobe.Co lv and umpdo Jin .1.1i.
_...INim.. I. tile btl..ke ,.- and bottom fish, while Joseph land Sept. 2. 1871 and had been
UNDER THE NAtEMENTEBLEY .100 ....... ". .100 Lord ii.. ..... .... I. Friedman and Sol Jockendof widow since their simplicity
.I. etgbu..m, ..1 will ..... 'hlao a 1938 She Is survived -
...... ..d .,n k..a ahN. asS tkn both of New York City are out by sister, Mrs. Ruby Ledwilh -
IV a _...... .e tk. ,.. blot '
a.wln a to
C. RAY .. ... 0..011. ,. _. .... It" get some big snook of Daytona Beach; two tyt
t 10 Wrt. wt tile ,,_ (no'k. Baa fishing, according: to.our brothers, Edward Fulce of Port
,-11I_ 50.5 ." Is __ breakfast
eompanlon, Bob Lee, Orange and George Fulc of
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** 7'6. rj..... :... "k.l.4."' 15.- of Stuart, continues to be ex- Ashevlll, M C.; a half-brother, .
WATCH FOR AN ) UNeMENT .,.....wta. ....... ..froa tile Chlo. cellent and Let kindly lnvt'_ d us John D. Hubbard of Lake Helen: Ai
I.ub..k. ....... ... H..I ;
OF f .iik sr .. ik. Strirtww, kr II." to go with him .some Sunday to five children, James aryl GeorgeT GAIi 4D1tiS701858
Jakoo Oddy. : "..... ... ab.' hk.d his pet canal west of Fort Pierce i T, Hodges and Mrs. Florence
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OUR' FORMAL OPENING .. 05..151.o..t. <,..1M.. Ctrl Ckrt*.*l!, .eM.*.M.N.tr. ... where, so he says he always get Bell of Indlantown ,Julian E. rt
( I ....,........ ...... .- .e Gel _.... his limit plugging He warned lodges and Mn. Bessie L, Crawford Styles Shown
,..... .. Available
tile _
...... iii..e5r.1.e. Tat a..tSW'J*>u* N(I.,..,. u* Jo_ be reads ,to start at 4:JO]' of Pahokee nine grandchildren Only in WliitI ,
use. aJP. r and pee great-grandchild.

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On East 4th Strfeet, 2, Blocks East of High School "t

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We will sell 100'very desirable homeite, excepti ally well located and close in. Drive jut today and inspect these beautiful lots. Picture your own'' ',
home in this splendid location. 3 new homes just ompleted and many more planned. onsiderable development is planned across from these lots t
which will increase their 'value. Buy 'at this auction. there is no confirmation price,. andyall I lots are to be sold to.the highest bidders. ::1 x


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H 0 M ESE EKE R S Located! in the heart of Stuart and in a section where values will
rise just as Stuart grows and prospers. An early inspection of these '+
This. is an ABSOLUTE AUCTION. We have orders to sell evlry lots will convince you that they are' in the path of progress and r
lot. You 'will make money. by attending this sale. Buy as ma development.-
lots as you want i t

Buy a lot, and build in Stuart, one of the most progressive small .
A home is the,most valuable of all possessions. Here is your opportunity i
Clbe.!, ',Florida and noted for its splendid! fithing. We are proud ,
to,buy"one or:more,beautiful, lots at PRICES J
to offer 'the opportunity of purchasing a clot at this.genuineAUCTION "i
you sand '
build the I Take of f '
SALE. home that you have planned. advantage : ,;:'
.'' this opportunity and come prepared to BUY. I



Offered durin; this Sale, subject to owner' refusal-Modern, bedroom Home bath, liv. : ':
in, room dining room, kitchen, built.ln-tar.e-special features include copper tubing i
throughout for hot water or for heatin; system,attic fans etc. One of the finest-built home V
in Stuart on*large corner lot,135-feet frontage by 100 feet depth. A |C,DURING THIS SALE -
Also During this tale WE WILL OFFER FOR SALE A ,

With 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, on large lot 100 s 133 feet. This beautiful home it'moderffy V
equipped with exhaust attic fans,copper tubin g throuhoutnd other superior features djoinmgwith lob fronting on Palm Beach Road. n r '

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Edgar W. Jackson of West rtiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnMHiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiimMi/ miimiimniiiiMm III 11111111I11I1111111111\1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I.1111/ 1I11I11I11111111111111I11111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllllllthllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllStuart / u There is quite a conttngs

i Falm dock aboard pulled his In at private the Sunrise cruiser;! I Sailfish Club 'Fishing News Report For The Week j Chicago pleasantly ftnglen away at here the Suk!

the Iler-K:, equipped with out- I Just to cite a few Oeorgi vU
rttfen, with two white flags iiiiiiiiiiiimiiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiHimiiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiiiiiiimi I I + BY RICHARD FAY WARNER EXECUTIVE SECRETARY iiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiina l t ruff, president of the oiOT

nyint.I Jackson had boated an1lot . .. __ ._ _
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IH-lnch Doran nt. Asher, former Mayorof Refining Co., Frank WaH.1
cif hIs guests. Mr.sail Henry UUenI one- I Captains \report a good many; ; Get Seven Sails II I-- FISHERMENGET Saluda, N. C.. boated a tfoot. vice president of Quaker&:l
Rod TWO Mar Pray, who Hew
Presents heitfcS
tll.West Taim Beach a 6- giant !manta ray out III the Quit I Salty 4-Inch sail from the Little ,
private pfcne Thomas Snul'the
fuot 8-lnch flah.A Stream of late, The Jean ,Dar From Bambino Joe, and Mo A. Chauss of Federal tlsctrlc '
hooked by accident And; : BrooklyrvJJ, t.. Cleaned a sail, Coltla
/ lnt i SAME Walt Sander Hi- T
the rat from Cftpt
Cuiit fcarl' Dare say ,
measured I feet, j ; ;;;
I lowfo) his boat three mile beior "You're 'darn 'tO Un', we like Cou gg

ATI1u <' it broke off.! T.Jn free rid 4 I Stuart, said Carlyle Sherlock of Salty Mallantl, fishing editor; If pound arbtlc bonIto and a I inch _

fir* $ did not\ disturb the fishing party, Warwick,, N Y., to the conventional I o; the 'Miami! News and radio I pound snook." Add Believe It Or Bottom Not., Oneis LET US REMOUNT hit ooffimoll ccldlt
A 1 .sir 'question shoot how he i CaucM DIAMONDS
because' already half a dozen commentator, made a special YOUR
apartPain and Mra. Sherlock) and their I CATCH SAILS FROM FishingHer t
trip to Stuart last Saturday to Hang
white flags were flying from the. nailing companion, Mr. and present to the Stuart Sailfish CRUISER HIRAM III v'lrb
Outrixger. Mrs. A. D Kelp of Springfield; \ are two bcllete-it-cr-not
guoldaatrt sbshavestroeub
wits Club a plyfle rod to be given
T Vt., enjoyed catching! seven sails I away by the club as A prize In Fishing as guests of Hiram stories but, "Suh," 1f you question muse to het tloooosens
iacUafb13 ,
e e ,I I fioni Capt Walter I Johns' Bam- 1U annual Contest! Bloomlngdale aboard the Hiram them you are questioningthe ontaus den phleam, and ai
n iblua. In act,, Sherlock added veracity ot a Kentucky Colonel Co is and beat rsw,
alt keen "There are no strings attach in Morris Astor of Great Nack bronchial
they are .to on the fishIng
ll.as so( beware: Also question star o r
I here' that Instead of atop. ed," ,Salty said, -only that It L. ;.. and his daughter Carol, Ing the veracity of Curt W\lticar dWatch Tell your dtvagCua
1 bo of
; ping only one. day en rout must to done Under the supervision I each caught sailfish on Sunday. Of the Hobo dare tding Cr'eamuLbn yon must like with tb,
of flu
([ North, they wet 'Staying over your club. You can In fact, Mill Astor boated two, .Colonel Austin Bartlett of quit allays the etnlxb a yq
for the /fishing, i determine' yourselves what the to a year money back,
I Louisville, Ky. who, by,the way
conditions should be to win the I winning for herself a bronte anda
j I At the Pelican Sunday night has now caught and released C EOMULSI
j I Mr and\ MM Sherlock, who, are rod hie release button, over 30 sailfish so far this season, snd Rin Repair
;i I proprietors of the Sleepy Vail:; And with that Salty and "Enjoyed it? Wt certainly did," wu calmly fishing on the reef 107 N. 2nd St. irl Pierce IDr osghsChntColdle

Club at Warwick N. Y, recount. nine year 'old nephew George said Astor at the Pelican Sunday for red snapper -wire line one- -- -
.r I'I ed some of their fishing adven- Chossevent, sat down in the night. pound chunk of lead for a sinker
t| turra both ,here and at Marathon Stuart drug store for a couple of And another Long Islander. -when, bang something hit his 1JNi

;I from whence they had just ,chocolate mlllc shakes. who caught himself a sail, his line. For a f;w seconds it seem*
come With Harry Snow an their "Of course he fishes,* Salty first one, by the way, was WalterJ. ed as If, the fish had got off
guide and Snow Is admittedly said when we asked him: II his Jamleson of Manhasset who :and the Colonel was hung up on
r f/axei/ you T FR NDLYAV on of the outstanding bonefish nephew did Just that. "He's already I with his wife and 8-year-old son, the rooks \below Then, woosh, COMMER AL PHOTOGRAPHY.-;l

from f day prepareiforrow. i j.Kuldm In all the Keys 114/1.1 won four citations, in the !Jamie have been doing quite i a line left the reef and a sallflsh
RNCn i i Sherlock caught a 10-pound, 2- 'No Burn Fishing Tournament.! bit of river fishing for baas and rose to the surface and jumped. Real E tate Hhotography}
fotoSuennfic : j
you ounce bonefish and entered It in He caught a six pound Spanish snook. Jtmlfson was aboard W Apparently the fish had brokenIts

rein" \it bnnervpriit. I ails Tap the Metropolitan Miami. tourna mackerel; a 20-pound, 'cuda; a R. .ro dan's Duchess bill among' the coral becauseIt I Attractive Photo ol Your fishing Party and CaM

units. protfie I Ilr \uriou* "(:on- nice InesSartdwi I I ment. -- W&I'noted when the sail was
4 in addition/ to bonefish, They itic DEi.fTALmTELLGENCEp finally boated and released, thata '
"Ilr got barracuda and am- good: portion had been freshly
lomalir (if Ienr to everybody ea Ice Cream grouper
: 'i'I sly lllovrniml I I I. btrrjacks, but the aallflshlng\ at -- snapped off. Krueger BId,. Bo 63 Phone &
furvin .. rdleM. of their; Cold Bier t' Take Out Stuart, they agreed, was absolutely Joseph Byrne of Hartford ;; the fish so that he could Next on the program, and on J
everyone I the ,too, there occurred
"ei hl. On ". Air, "fclrep top.. Conn., when he came to get his have it smoked. Told me he same day
|! SI you YLEOPPos I the'' following Incident: Colonel
wake. Come in !I "You should St'tt' the number! silver button, afoot, 8-lnch liked to eat smoked sailfish M
right u right. Bartlett and his
for demonatrar[ | ci, mil "real in- I It:7t c oretcu I of fish we are having mounted," slat caught from Ted Preston's I went along with him, but I of the day, William fishing C.companion Mullerof FRtllT
0 N 7 DAYS Sherlock said whereupon :Mrs. Little Joe laid: really would have liked a release
vide :: :: ,i iny I maltreat'ControlledComfort" quat.', i i Sherlock added: I "I'd' give twenty Miami for button." for Westmont sails/ Intentionally N. J4 were so trolling this Picked Fresh From Mr Qrcvt. Shipped Anywlim

-- -- 'Yes' and they'll all probably one Stuart day." Neal C. Bishop, president of!
dt i in l rirf. brltm.lHMrci any time when each felt a hit and NEW and UBE$
wind up In the \bathroom; I Earl' Green, uncrowned tarpon the Stuart Sallflsh Club was
'I aw a Jump. They both assumed -
---- '-- 'eking' had a .pair of big largemouth fishing the reef from his private is did ereryon aboard that REAL 4B/ I

I bass the other night, but cruiser the Three Jacks, and, two: fish were on and it was not Let U* Smoke Yu Vs Cap Fulford I declined to weigh them in because among other bottom fish, caught until Jim Farley the mate was 30 VeaiA bperience
i I they were not caught in himself a nice Ian snapper. about to boat one of the fish
/ Gets Mermaid Martin County. Probably caught Bishop said he was hungry so that all realized Colonel Bartlett -
to \ II West of Fort Pierce. It.. justa I had the fish cleaned and too and Mueller each had the B. MINECHKE

guess, but they looked like 10- late the realization came thatno same sail.. Th fish had hooked

I Wh..n. CIIPce;;; Fulford and I pounders as they lay In all their lane snapper has as yet been Itself twice, and In the mouth,' Carlton Hotel Bldf.. I Old Dint
its s glory on the Horseshoe bar. entered in the fishing contest.On too. f

+ t fie I Lighthouse his: aJCk the::*other Into evening the Green told ua he caught then\ Sunday, Bishop was out _" '_ _. ._ n' __-"
on a silver plug-casting.
T spoon again and had, as his guest,
11 there two white and
Mrs. John Turner of West, W. Stanley Wilson, trust officer of
four red flags flying from one New York Pair Decorator Styled
Va caught 6-foot 10-inch sail the First National Bank/ of Palm 'dl
I of the outriggers. Then some
from Johnson Whltlcar'i Blue Beach. While fishing\ for kings
... one! noted ono of the red flags TABLE! LAMPS
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Waters, but the "story" Is--not with a sinker and t yellow

CMItWI,! .. Turner Is nearly eighty years sallflsh hit and played the fish
Id >prin1CON1OUI -"" <"" and asked the obvious question rfoi
V>MfOIT_lL I.,", Watch Be ngFu. "how ?" old. Not In spirit, but in years for ten "minutes before it broke; Sails Here"A PHced $14.95
a ...., .... come %
I certainly the oldest angler of said he counted
Ii. 'u"" "'" away Bishop
..o4..ro.id.""' '- lu....."..". I.buo..r.....,t y. .. .. h.,.. ,u 'it a o. t lea'sa "Oh, said Fulford, I caught a tier sex to catch a sail this year. 57 boat fishing off Stuart (manyof New, Ufc* Election
1 1I .. }./ (.r N a .4.t stuot J..1Sh.p mermaid but took her pocketbook
Mra of oM de oil r arno Furthermore, she had anotherone them Palm Beach boatel I on:
I r, ,, .iOli. ,. M. I. 1 tea hrplur 1.SIWA before I released her that fights like that
.. ,
!/ s+are.O.t co ou oi), Mrs. Turner also likes Sunday. ; n'srn
't: ...... ,,, rw. .h.. r rrtlwatvr "; the wafer, not on thewall" RoddenbuylFurniture |
d the !
to parr >r< In the party' were Mr. and
i; \ .MW..be 4,,........, _d.. h.e L n Nrv a aleck- III to shoot squirrels Eddie Burke, the golf pro with i -Is what Joseph Neuvohner .
._ ...10 .... Mrs. Leonard Edwarda of Non-
'" ""' '' Joe Pitchford at Jensen Tommy Armour at Boca Raton,
.ad eaaprw.Ma liffntth' a.. cmiipr.. tauk, L. I., Mrs. Linwood Simmons over of New York ; member Cor. Ave. A and K, ZnASt., Fort Pierce
went Ybn
sallnshlng with Mr. and :
__11.'"ceMren_A .,! tells, ua the faithful have been of the SO Rod and Club,
>- iiy M > of the.Sallflsh Lodge andJerr'y.8mith I
; i .. sob, rr.asr.u .OOtolPI-U'/: J tItYlCIt i Sitting _quite a few sea trout Mrs. Oreenebaum of New York,
: : marked when asked him;'Iti
.tYi.a nwla.t. lisp .;::; .- Story ha it that we
ri WLIt\\ well Lea City, aboard the Let's Oo Sunday -<
as as
troll .ra.r.0. pnr -' r the pocketbook' really belonged lJe i had had any of the ten saillah -
Capt. OU Thornton" and
ra M4dnItY pea imp eut,1 ; Keith of Minnesota brought In
:. Mrs. and \ FuU which he and Mrs. Neuvoh-
Edwards\ that
I tQ four trout that totalled Stuart wel hop ford had run out of red flags. / pounds. HU brother, Billy Burke, former I.mr This had was caught Neuvohner'mounted. first\ FUGATE GREENLEESl

Tnr Rowell Furniture Cot j We asked Fltchford about open champ, Is now the pro at' anENGINEERING
i : OVCHTE SON 8LD'tSh. Fires must b; prevented if wean the carved cocoanut heads hanging Clearwater \I' aUOshlng and his first visit t*
t r ...... 1o.1d. to leave forests for our chil Stuart.. While here he fished
Oreenebaum, who also
I Krueger BIdg. Phone 61 \ dren. | from his place-all painted I both salt and fresh water and UNO SURVEYING
r j'I' i I and looking like so many mon- fished\ with Ford Carter on the
got his share of Mrs. Neu
I "1 '. ---01 --- ---r'f' --- liiiiiiiiMiiiMMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDRE l l ,1 i keys dangling from ceiling Also Buckaroo played water polo at vohner, Incidentally, picking up Registered Engr Rei1ered Surveyor!

I r1. : SSM'A KINGandlALTERATIONS J upon second thought, looking Dartmouth. He has fished up a i nice t-pounder on a plug a fla. Cert. 148 tlav. Clrt 132 and 6(1Stuart
i I annoyingly like human beings, and down the Florida coast but few days before she l lift, '
too Hi said carvedby says Stuart "Is th best"
they were
'f'! Edward Kendall who is now "Mine ii bigger than pop's,'" This has been Just about the ,303 E. 4th St. Oil
nl est vacation we have ever
Mile Archibald In Pennsylvania and when Kendall proclaimed nine- year-old Billy "
__snt aGe ATLANTIC AVEkllllllWIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII [I was here and the supply Prlestman of Waltham, Mass., before had, Neuvohner he left. said the night P )NE 311"BECKERVS"
JJi' I could be maintained the cocoanuts when the HI-Hook pulled Into "And WI are
IItH111f1111tt : coming back In May for
/i':; I 9 II sold, but now.they are being her Lighthouse dock the other bass and some tarpon fishing.more"

I kept u sort of collection. night. By,two Inches he beat "No Indeed. he continued, //pl IIIIIII 1 1 1 1 1 1 lllllllllllllllllllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiiiiW 1 1 1 1 ll ii l 1111 l It 1 1 1 1/ltl ll ll l 11111111111I11I111111I
Yo'' Also aboard the Hi-Hook that out his: (father, W. J. Prlestman!
"Stuart Is not
:' SEMI INN day was Dr. Charles R Moore and, in addition h> was the only over rated M a
fishing spot It' under rated.
,\ r of Louisville Ky., who has shot one aboard to catch a bonlto.Capt. *
'. Indiant Florida And I am certalnley going to do
Kodiak bear in Alaska; tigersIn Walter Johns of the
t all that I when I back
r i' India and elephants in Africa, Bamblna chanced 'to drop by get 3 Mile NorthlLf Stuart on UfS. 1DOLICIOUS
MU. lat.r.vtk.
ah 51 W..1 i r rt .t to New York to talk Stuart to ,,
\ at Lu.. Cool .n +/. Li. wore.. he got his first Atlantic sailfish our office Sunday night and told "
; _-,( A. L.. R Jr.ad.A on the Hi-Hook, but had previ- us an odd incident said he had everybody who fUhe

h!{ MODE HOTEL ously caught the specific! variety, never known it to' occur before. I FROZE CUSTAR1

.J' Liberal Allows e one that measured nearly 10 While/ fishing a party a needle FOOT SPECIALIST ,
0' fish jumped and actually sailed ALSO
and feet.An
Easy Term COMFORT ROOMS angler came Into Stuart Into the boat, striking Mrs. Car .
Sallflsh Club headquarters last yl- Sherlock of Warwick, N. 7. R... N. Fart rim* HoMS Phm ;uFREDERICK Hot Dogs, amburgers*, (fcffee f "

: i / week and Mid: Luckily the Ch was only abouta
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I 25 A WEE ak51., .4th C. a ,..... Watch For Our Just Rod J
1 B.th .kly attn. "I really wanted a release but toot long and hit Mrs Sherlock Stand South Jensen Oit-Off ]

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Palm Beacher I Demonstrates/ --. UNESCO PRESIDENT .- Servicemens'Land action of title Insurance: companies PHONE FIRM WILL ADD !UiiliiiliilililMiliiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiliiiiiiii iililiiiiiiiiilillllinillllllllllillt!, t, II 3', ,, /,(';

with respect (o their 55,000 MORE INSTRUMENTS I '
I liabilities i| BILL FREE j II I ,
Faith in Future of County' ,Rights ExtendedBradenton Douglas said Florida courts Tallahassee, Feb. 26. 'The ; I
1 had held that the statutory rule Southern Bell Telephone and Doing Bisiiness As _-rn jjjI 1;

gy MART HARTMAN CRT TYPE are being placed this As Feb 26. a result of action of the Supreme -
THE FUTURE: Of I I Week \In five deluxe, modernistic limits the class of propertyon more telephones! to )their Florida t
FAITH County IN has been uniquely cottages at the new ,Gilbert's Court of the United States which servicemen! have pro system in 1948, Richard A. Mack, Moi.tVre "Where and When YojAV Martin demonstrated by Donald MacDonald .1 Bar Lodge, one-qnarter mile in reversing judgment of the tection. The Supreme Court of member of 'the Florida Railroad B 1IIIIIGATlON arsTLMs: : PUMP. POWEll I ,SNo araAYEM siTiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiMi 1 i{1.v
I a West.Palm south of the old Coast Guard Florida Supreme Court, rights the United States, however said and Public Utilities Commission\ = WI MANNA III 5 i
Beacher'l station on Jensen Beach reported! to the commission. Because Free SprUtkU Portab r Irrigation Systems
whom an lght-y Opening a of service personnel to redeem that provision of the law only I :: >
I Iees.W
of his business background -
this week. A na 1 for this winter's season property lost for taxes during
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extends additional AVL
y protection on FORT PIERCI 13.8 OItANCI
Of this section, Mr. MacDonjld'f was' delayed by hurricane dam.' their service have been extended. that class of real estate and that \ he had been, delegatedby :: 0.-' .W P M A Light ah.I.- B y1 I
40-odd yean ai eye-witness age but the owner li a strong CJoplea of the opinion of the under certain circumstances! all the commission to make an I i .
development of the lower east believer In summer tourists for U. 8. Supreme! Court show that ... Intensive. study\ of what Southern iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiH5IDENTIAL !
property protected.
I to have given him II background Florida and has had inquiries this tribunal followed complete I Bell la planning to do In the tlR ..:
tout of experience and a vision sufficient to fill the lodge during ly opinion of Judge W. T. Harrison LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville ,State I ; \; ;
of the future. The, historyof the summer months. ina local case Involving I, Commissioner Mack said the LOTS ;, 1 ,
this county will- record him OCEAN BEACHES ARE AT- ."..0. the Sailors' Civil Relief Act. : Feb. 28.-Despite Southern Bell system added ,j .
a the first developer of ocean- TRACTIVE as summer spots. DR. CHARLES MALIK The unanimous Douglas was the tact that seasonal conditions $23,000,000 worth of' improvement I WATEIRFRONT PRIVILEGES 1, 'I .:- \1'' .
front property u a commercial' One summer visit to Daytona written by Justice l I In'a and the recent break in livestock to Its Florida plants last jl" e ;I
venture.C0ggD3R1NG8, Beach, when out-of-fitate cars Dr. Mitlik, 42, minister of Lebanon suit carried to the Washington prices combined to reduce offerings year, plants which. operate thru + >125 to $200 A Lot J.1; :
OF THE 4UXII line the beach by the thousands to Cub and the United court on writ of certiorari by weekend reports from 15' 89 cities and towns.? It now has You CanJ uild !to Suit YoVself. No City Taxes. :
is proof that mountain resortsare States, ]Is the W. B. Shelby Crichlow, Dewey Florida markets reveal the :318,000 'telephones In use, in-1 Street fAd. Sidewalks \lectricity, Available. fl' ;
not serious competition to recentlyelectednmklent ) : A. Dye: and R. X. Willis, local sale of 1,662 cattle and 1,890 hogs eluding 70 mobile radio t.?le.,
beach resorts. Horlda's high ,, of the United Nations attorneys. The decision will have during the latest auctions for phone In the Miami area, :
rentals In winter can be offset Economic and Social Council. nationwide effect In extending which figures were available today !
only by more business on a year He became Lebanon's first minI rights of servicemen to redeem In Jacksonville offices of Band saws, which are used by: O TTa UBINMATHER'S fl' : ;
around basil, MacOonald's accommodations I later to this country three yew property lost on tax' deeds or Florida State Markets. Gross receipts several Florida sawmills, travel i ,
for vacationers ego upon! leaving ,his teaching tax sales during their period of on 11 of the reporting about. 10,000 feet a minute or ;
are a forerunner of similar development .!position at tin)' American University service-and will also Influence markets totaled 1103,243.49... i' 114 miles an hour. '
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along this line, which
of Beirut/ and helped h>,
: / :
1- be when the ,
may expected
-write the UN i sot
Charter. Sat '
i bridges to the ocean are com
Francisco. I I : '
As oney grows pleted. ,
tigh On Truth 1 1gro Vtrongeri THE PIONEER SPIRIT ls dem. BREAK FOR LITTLE MAN 'I I
onstrated by the men who start /j "
$ l spending money before public Gainesville. Feb 26-The little
-H L FAST to utilities and roads are in the ter. fellow will get a break with W.
T h r Things, ritory. They rumble on a vision. A. Shands .s Governor. This
MacDonald saw the mangrove was the comment In small counties -
h Your CHURCH, swamp, which U now the fabulous touched by State Senator FEBRUARY I-
Your om., and Palm Beach, turned.Into a Shands Gainesville businessman i
C'Y INSURANCE world-famous playground. As a candidate for Governor, as he i''
b r young engtneer'h., saw Miami opened his formal speaking tour /
They willthrough Beach reach out into more and last week, 1 ,
.ee yo more swamplandand even into I I
the beds of rivers,lakes and bays and dated tnt following yearlong I
o-.to provide attractions for the before coning restrictionswere I !, '. I
0 0o wealth of the world. He knew considered. The war and tkrwL4r4 ,,
that Jensen Beach had the same aftermath has postponed com- ;' j .
surf, 'sand and sunshine and pletlon of the project but the 'IiiI
ED PREALT would attract the same people. owner and his local manager I I I, ."
o at has filled road ruts with sawdust James a Stevenson, smile broadlY -
., He has Installed an elec- now as they speak of Venetian 'j j ,
Minds arriving, further landscaping \
tric plant to operate water
and provided the latest terracing, docks and
P. 0. Arcs ., type of sanitation facilities. boats and then Yea, then {\
II JENSEN BEACH OCEAN- the; erection of five more similar: .
Phon. 19
homes for vacationers.
fRONTAOE WM selling for $1.50a They
have 300 feet the t II
on ocean -* I
foot|In 1940 when this develop.
adjacent to the old Gilbert's Bar
er decided to begin the venture.Architect' .
Yacht Club, from which the newlodge :
plans were. drawn derives Its name.-and the ,
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lite is 300 feet wide between the /V
Atlantic and the Indian River, IS DRAWING TO A CL\>SE! 1/11'
''Sunrise and sunset are ours for ,
"JOfe" to glance they say. Huge palms JUST TWO DAYS MOR .IJ.4''
from'the old yacht club line the i j
.. river's edge add the absence of: I..! ,
MOSL Y noise of trains and traffic are I ,1

W 1 LUM ING an.rest-seeker.THE added COTTAGES Inducement WELL for ACCOMMODATE the- ,FRIDAY and S 'SATURDAY, EBRUARY 27 28 i;

four adults as the \ t
JOBBING I CONTRACTING living rooms are easily converted -
PROMPT EFFICIENT, SERVICEALL'W Into sleeping ,rooms: by special

RK GUARANTEED unfolding bedrooms in lounges.the rear The are double equipped Store-Wide Clear ,nee at reheard Low Prices !

With Hollywood beds .By a
novel and compact arrangementeach
OW room has .ceell'to the YES, YOU CAN USE
kitchen and tiled bath, througha YOUR CHARGE OR 1 1
tiny hallway which connects OPEN A NEWACCOUNTI -, ." ...'.... -
I AM AVAIllVBLE NIGHT R DAY he four rooms. The pullman ; '
Kitchen U fueled with bottledgas O tJfI: DESKS !
and the latest gadgets Each '
Just Fponef 246To unit. a $5,000 home with a concrete J ,
Mahogany, Maple, "
patio In front where one {
May kit within 75 feet of ,the :
S4v. You Befer rolling surf. Martin County is ._ o red S69.50) I '
fortunate in acquiring more and jlf OUR L S 'I'I'
,Allen/ Connell and Eon, Eipe need Plumber, more new developers like MacDonald ::: oJJ{ ''i '
jlned and his wife who workin CAN'T BE 1 I. Famous StreitCHAIRS I III
Have Our taff.
west Palm Beach and invest TH1 "
their profits here. .-- ,, ::1t"
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3-Piece Bedroom (Wheat or Walnut Finish)
NOW 'J 0 !
TABLE LAMPS SUITE :..... .. .... ... .. .. ...... ... ,$89.50 i I :

SEE I O.y :! PORCH GLIDER $4450 '

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Now-for he frit time-vouset'and II Iii $29850 r !
G-E Ir Irthl i
A lo 'It'\v'eC\ : :: You can I'' i' I
G-E AU-Automstic do til e ,? 7 W Floor I>, I,
work-from soaking the etc d 1 $17.51 rI :
Laps ._ I )
to dwnp-dryinj them Her all / I y '
you dotTOM -' $6950 ,
ia the clothes, add p.' / BEDS UP j I
and set the dials When the cl d v4 j'
have been _ked.hed, r ed. r Piece ( w,' t

sad damp-drled-aU.aulCl d.' Citchen 79.5! r DRESSERS, (Walnut and Limed Oak) .$49.50 I t
cilljr-minjr pieces are at fly .. _._... ; )
dry enough to Iron! r s 'NeOthsr&uleiMrtkUaPIOVlD* j '

And not only does the GA1IAutomatk ; Wither H. S. Ukay BOOK CASES ((4 shelves), .............. ... .$19.75 ;, j jf l I''
Ws hef save youlours rUTUBJ' 14( j v
6f work and mention but ft has "
all'the features you've slwa; Down I
No Bolting Pi .Chest ofDrawers
wanted!In an sutomatic'wsder.\ \4 S22.5))
.s lee-bsdlegCowrCtne weehing.Tsp ] I 10% to 50% OFF ON ALL ITEMS Ii 11 : !

-Year written war my on the eat\a washer plus a DrlorClotIIOI .
an additional, four-yelr warranty on the scaled-ill I fill..4Wltor i

driving mechanism. j .AiitonutK Sos trat,NipmwWtirTMt Central P SALES CLOSE SATURDAY EVENING FEB. 28, 8:00: P. M. I
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i colJDSj I friends Macrlenny.SENDOFf and FOR Feb.neighbors 28.FRASER.HametOw,! of Edwin' [ :> aI; ;-Association..esoIJ'Sa1erno I Week's LegalInstruments that tJIN'SfS Peat were' control: operating REQUIRED itabliihmenta In Florida I,woods_A__little__fire.spark Be sure tan your and]] *matcnet them away are' out, before 1e. I

prior to July J, 1947 were warn
0. Fraser! are planning a big Ot =O O OC OC __ '70Ca0_____0=E.vI ed the State Board of j Invite Your Friends ToSailsport
today by
...wknq. W t.ld_.h W. V 1 sendoff rally for blm hew Saturday -
Q I when he launches his By MRS GLADYS PERRY continue to harmony and unisonto WAaaMeTy Health that they malt tile application I
S L.u. "IeD flO... Statewide speaking tour tor the push on to success. Qre.t kite, I Iq Oct W. Peho H ... i : for a business license
+ .State eomptrollershlp I The building fund drive was .Uses Is H..4.., d w to MLnd.A.t by March 15, or step wilt betaken RestaurantJust
Oii* to close the establlohment.
launched with the generous donation !
------ old man going a lone highway C'w}' Ti.nda.' w. ,
JUNES: ,APPOINTED of a $100 check by Mrs. ; e wwnkwt .CWMMI t. Application this license must
FAG'CLII I Qreger Nearly $1,000 has been Fad x. u. QM TuiiMy 0o
Cam., at the evening told and N < i South! of frailer
Fort Pierc* Dan .McCarty pledged or, collected ''to date. .t Health In Jacksonville. Property
Candidate for Governor, has announced gray Everybody do his share and Sines, Pe.dwt, "is" .i' : f- ... owners and other persons' FOR
ATv that Edgar C. Jones of To a chasm, vast, deep and wide. make this drive: \ go over the top, Stec M 11.51.... et BI. were aim warned not to have I f r
Jacksonville will be In charge Through1' which was flowing even If, It means going that extra 411...-.l P. Hoffi,Htt,r M .f. I. MMn. .. any ,pest control work done by
Al of public relations during his sullen tide. mile to do It. By next week RoWrt W.. _".. W Chewy W. oInon. ?- other than a company: licensed A REAL HO E COOKE MEAI,

17 campaign for Governor. The old man crossed In the r twl- we hope to have the details of a. .. IIrtfllth.t t." by the State Board of Health,
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spanI'ahT the Ch. aa sifted .1orid..N. 1. and to' require repreaeltatl'ftland'
v light dim, plans for the celebration tnc.PAHTIAt. DVtlCIOUS
'1 I The. sullen stream had no fears Hvhlch will take .p1act when we RELEASE Of MORTGAGt ?' employee of such compan TRY OUR STEAKS
WItt for him; break ground tor the new build- Tint r.+.....1 8..,... .., LNtt A Ofi.- let to present! their' Identifica: '
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facilplbly ABSTRACT & TITLE But he turned :when oafs o,\ the ins. Flril. )>tl Vd.r.to l .Carl...!'.**. and* L.m An.dbU tion cards.BEARINGS __ I
other side nwe urge you to remember and ,!.. CaH U 8*... \ SE FOODS / ,
INSURANCE CO., Inc, And built A.bridge to apart the patronize the bi-monthly block MORTCACKI SCHEDULED
..... tide. dances and card parties, which I t. BM to CMIomt B.nlt of Stuart.nviiM Tallahassee Revision of the BENJAMIN ODDARI7 Prop.
.,. B.. .. Flee) )Fedora
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"Old man" said a fellow pilgrim ., ire run to'help! swell the building 55,155, aM Lo.. '....,.tI... established mileages between
10 Victory Arcade near, fund. The next dance Is "".,t .d.b.ck. ... K ... W Vl t... _.rl shipping points may result In

StuirtPhone ''You are was tIn I C"" youf Saturday, 3} cents for an eve T. a. Boi..rli, .. M Flnl .r...,.......- lower motor truck freight rate
He' Got New strength with building here; ning of fun. The next card httra cad. Lo*. A.WM itlontlivnry for the public following West
YOVR journey will end with the., party> at Mrs. Homan'i residences Delta a. family Lisa CwMhr.AFFIDAVIT Florida hearings on the subject

Life! -, ending day; March, S at 31 cents Flnochli, Jof ..4 Rued" TmlW& VUU" (a. ''rh.hhl' by the Florida Railroad and BACKAJGAIN\ !
You never again must pass bridge or any card game you '-- Public Utilities Commission In
.. We'll !live your worn, 3 ,1 this way: like may be played. Make up QUITCLAtMSSmind Crestvlew March: 2. /
; fatigued\ tires a "secondwind" Vou have crossed the chasm\ your' own tablet Prizes given, refreshments ] 0... to I...,. Jt.......... A New Shipm nt of All-Wool
Nub. Smind C n>. -. 't a- Tuner.ael .
that'll wake deep and wide served. A successful ,. ,.,
\1m NI F/k./ Jena.
ride like brand-iiVv Bringin Why build you the bridge at party was held at :Mrs. Smith's 5.155 1::::: slim: :: :: Flk.: d.aa: PIMPLES.Os'T

: old ABSTRAC s eventide The regular meting was heldFeb. RELEASE TSEMIa Axminst Rugs
tr-t'' I-bares aeuaaza as.d tech
your no.' ,... a. area '. .. al,1.. \ ,. ,
The builder lifted his old gray 18 at the school house. The a. al aaat .e w 5 sa Iy tI
today. We'll renew 't'm ins (ia HOUR SEI!' III business the lIoht So.M ORM.y .. Cow 1'.._, I d.wl ..,ph.k del.Uws sd.,
X head;; > of cleaning np
1,1'I" Jut I & "Good friend In the path I building site for the groundbreaking ,RLtrotd C.CHATTEL Ktohee to MORTGAGE Oors. W.'Owa. thnw..a ,._.abuy.darw,ll. rill V
rNaw. krbaLt .dd.ae..dnayhk.
Reasonable Prices have come,*' he said and also the finishing C.) K. fltrMUn' t. Ok,*ch.h Cents, AJ, tae tx w YIdrNyaarr 49e
TITLE INSU VNCE There followeth after me todayA 'of the barbecue pits in the bay lATISPACTION B.nk. OP JUDGMENT es b.cAleN/a. and Carpetsin

Stuart Recap youth whose feet must past front park was discussed. Cap' ft lit.... '.. CArt.I.l Lead..
(CLOW con this way. President Charles Conrad ask PLAT

: Service 1'h'chasm' that has been ed the cooperation' of each individual ....< Mil ruhll"Surf Tnlter YIII... U tho sizes from 6 by Jp. A fine selection
naught to me. that we get-the buildIng r
Chason's Service Station INSURE TA TITLES To that fair-haired youth maya started Tight away, .so thatIt Sovlhvm' Stritmi EASEMENT Lund Hn4 TfmW* 0.. i "Onit' of patterns fropi frhich to choose.
10. FED. HIGHWAY U. S. I \WI pit-fall be. may be finished as planned po.t/o. n R.. It. I4.eh.

."t Ph... till s..." FU. j Be too must pass in the twilight his year. 'lukr R.ADMINISTRATORS",.... to A. I r. aIMeLOATISFACTION DEED. / Prices begin at
: I semiGood ; We had the pleasure of two ,' OP MORTGAGE a '
------- -- -- 1 friend. am building the interesting talk. on th work N, ll. tn M Itm-rr :DtUvck.
bridge for HIM." he Red Cross Is doing in FlorIda 995
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,\ \ j jSfh Will Allen Dromjoolet I. and in Martin County by
George Hlronomus and H. C. STUARTCITY ."'
"TfcE I The Salerno Community Center Berkmari. After shoLroom
-lJ commending us COMMISSION Visit us in our iw at 900 South
Building Is to be erected. The on our opening exercises and
sTRACTST Dixie opposite tie park 'er Fort .
T\LI older people are giving more on the meeting Itself they citedth Regular Meeting: AND Tr ,i
J)1J8lll ? than they are able. In some instances I -> great variety of service it ESTIGATt0N.Escaows .
In tune money and ?f- assumes the responsibility for. ;00 P. M.2n .
fort so they may !have' a place'for These speakers who are com- ndWEDNE 1.5 INSURANCa ,
88JJtf! meeting and pIFssureJ3ut!! : ing to us and giving these Interesting
( C THE irimarlly we say to you people and instructive speeches AYS FLORIDA Inc.

f'ltI f! ot Salerno and vicinity "There are Indeed appr clated. We Stuart y all BSTRACr CO.. ,

oode147 I TOWN" 'olloweth' after us today youth I understand that they are busy FLOOR
whose fet must pass this way." people but glad to give us time JIM KRNNEDY. COMERINGSFCKT
,. continue In harmony and unison and thought and show their Interest '.Public ay. Wel me MART Pi: FL1 PIERCE, FLA.
In Salerno and Us Civic
iit} Association la this way. We 1

: thank you gentlemen 'who han
; y E AND % been with us, and want you to
:>'F SEA feet welcome to come again.
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NOURISHI GBUSINESSMEN'S The program committee Is
HORSE contacting other speaker for

LUNCHrb future meetings which will
: c TACKLE'a/ prove of Interest and pleasure

t ': I DINNERS 1-.1p 9 to friends.all. Come Membership and bring drive your U
rPal' still in force.
;:;"i ,,;', HOWARD JOHNSON'S FAMOUS It /CREAM I Our thank to Beckman for
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All Flavors grates he has.jionat for our
barbecue1 pita the' park. We
: trust that he arid all hU friends BE
. Pen P r Reels will be with us to enjoy some of '

:;: ... BRUCE and HA RY'S Rod R Repairing our ture.park parties In the near fu- iv'4:1

o D Jensen
I ys Stuart Kobe Sound :
IndiantovJi Pro t Service friends; Come to Salernd for '
Fed. Highway and Road
i Penn Re stb some of your good times. Note

Y j.I.'I. MEMBER OF MARTIN COUNTY CHAMBER (/:COMMERCE.IT : Bend cede the announcements posted at dr
J"" ; Sell Parts r All various points and in this column
.: ,..- akes of Re aH

t A cord of seasoned wood will Hr
ry Swingleh rt
give as much,as ton of coal uS j/fa
FINE THROUGH SERVICE Owner It also will leave only BO poundsof

Old Dixie highway ash. as compared to 200 to 300
'ear Jensen Beach pounds that will be left by theaterfront

i'" 3 r i1 TO Properties \ .

lOUIS AI g the Indian and St. LucIe rivers and Bob Sound

KANSAS CITY Ocean FrontageS t

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I tr'I, I heat That Oil House Heatttt Is most practical and aawmlcdV

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'Y f"'it: ? easy to install: an
operate. costs them lestf "
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Mrd, day, .Hwd ,h. eP .Ni.slsed ht.ryawl..nc. "! \ !.,;;iEM, '/," '. lCaU4euse ,
., dshq car.. sal Tswr. L.aq.. J.. "..1\ "; \ \ > .JK .I:,,. of e ty for house beat1tlq may onus. .you
h... ens .,e.sq, senor Ch .q. ; ?% I\ '/ lots of trouble
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thud 4.y, pmde ha.a.s P ice sa.dtw, n. s :, { : .,' lobo 1IaV1nQ..rvtcee. And
suited ,at hoary ce.ch. Lee des, .rnw CMc.q. +. \ 'I.t. I; }" '!I'\' : for the Job ft does best f to used
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a -__- Listings of InfiroTtd and'Unwipl\v l Properties .1IIi 'Mod4 11 crystye eeAw ooJ g44
oughout Martin Co II
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Eroa .N PhMj he ktiln I. Chic ti. t1. ACREAGE -|iRANCHES I. ,. ,
SEMINOLE **4 SOUTHLAND, tolc u M ..d $f. LMKM 'Sewall'/ ,, .
N,. DIXIE HMITtO Kb lUTer-U-Rlrei Properties 01 'TIE III
OT4 M Cy *>4 MmpkiltM ,I .

tk< KANSAS CITT-FLOIIDA S EgAL Jupiter Bland Ocean-to-Soond and Estate apes Fill SpUoloy and lh,. AH Girt. 1101! 4= 1 ur CO nAR .
rw W.r.ai. seal
Ihas OrdMrta offering fen*.tit.*.. ?
IIIImMnt: lor oB !IK* family I t ,

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ION POST TO )lln will b6 held at the post's Cut iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 iiiiiiiiHiniiHiiiiiHiiiiinii' When you hare tome squash Because dry lumber 1* muchstronger I houses should be built with air :; 1 I j' I i 1 I

, a refUI&I' meeting of Karotd I 5th 8t, headquarter,\! at 8 p.m. HomeDemonstration on hand, try this recIpe. The than green )lumber I dried wood whenever possible.. J 1 ; -

Poet 42. American___ ....A.Iegba- tomorrow- ------- SOCIAL NEWS I use ot peanut In this dish adds ---- .-- -- : ', I.i. .
to the food value as peanuts are
(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHALts I IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IE good source of protein and excellent NANAlgl 0yLiISING( I '

jIVE DO OUR, OWN HAVE GUESTS c: : Whltfleld who also left Thursday NotesBy source of Bl This dish ,
I would almost be a meal In Itself 11I
Mr and MM W Z. Hall of for their home In Hopkins-
VIII. after III her.
day This
I after six week with hla ion'i S cups canned squash '
RYg'rp1S TED tENORAV 0a family the Ear) Hall of Eldo- was was their first visit to Stuart Do you eat at least one green 4 Tablespoon of peanut butter y .. '1.1 I
rado .Height, Other guests of and they were so pleased with ,
vegetable every day and more
the Hall -who stayed at the the aatlflshlng and freshwater U! possible, K cup chopped peanut 2.75 Old ie li'i' j
Victory HotH Included Mr fishing.--which took them as far Bread crumbs ,
and Mr. Owen, Mr. That is what the Guide to beaten art
Bryan and as Lain, Okeechobee-that they 1 etc slightly
Mrs O L. Griffin and Mrs A plan to return, Good Diet, drawn up by thenation's Drain the liquid from the P NE 276 .' ,,'
nutrition ,
experts say
squash and mash squash. Beat 'I'!
I I l I I I Ills iiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin I I l each of us needs. ,Green vegetables ,
(PORTED & *\ COSTUME JEWELRY ;hIlIlIlOI IIIIIIIIWi; are rich In many of the to the the egg squash yolk until, Heat thick until and add the S

tgtorf Area i. I StuuH. Fla.St. l'IW Guests I food ustiealthy value. we ned to help keep egg yolk Is cooked. Add the ;

peanut butter, top with breadcrumbs ,
I I II IIII IIIIIIIIII II I IIIII'.'..''JJ 1111I I'l iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiAt ....'...._.........................n...,.............. Greed vegetable have their and chopped peanuts 1, ;''
Till ST LtlClE HOTEL Recent visitor spending a fewdays place too in meal that taste and bake In moderate oven until : : tj'
'and look good With their pretty brown I"j
Luciel Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. George Brlggs,, at the hotel are Allen H. green color and their fin "

[ Greene, R. I.,' have returned for Alqulst, David Munson William fresh flavor, they are perfect Cabbage seems to be In abundance -' Tefoh J'I"I' : ;
their second Visit (tn Stuart this
I THE HOUSH OF GOOD FO0D winter Larson and Mr. and, Mrs W. side partners for meat and potatoes -: at the present time If you I
Under the. Mougenot of New Britain Conn. have a surplus, try making some '
I Management i The smart cook fixes vegetables sauerkraut. If wish information 1
you ,
The "Mac' McCllntock fromtan.lne. Others her to.test the "up- 302 I
for the table or SIG
I ANDTSIMAS/ to they keep along this line, call at
enjoying home" stories of Stuart'ssail.
that fresh garden look and the Home Demonstration Office,
SERVES their stay In Stuart Asked"Whatl fishing William C Muller of with I
are taste along the vitamins Oughterson Bldg.LOYAL ;, ,
A TRIAL Will CONVINCE YOU new and exciting Mrs Westmorit, N J., Dr. and tars. and mInerals. To her It !Is crimeto
McClintock !
SPECIAL LtNCHEONhScRequeiU sallflxhl That exclaimed the moat, Why exciting -, A. U fiche and Dr, and Mrs over-cook green vegetables or Don't 1< J ,your set in the car and t*>ke a 1#; :q,
to pour down the sink the Juice ORDER F I
For Special Dish* Filled thing that ever happened D, D Daniel (of Beckley W.Va. -th* good old-fashioned pot MOOSE chance: If doing more damage. Just give 1: '
liquor sTUARf LODGe NCs ri/g and we'll .
CLUB wee r M. us a come out promptlyand : 'j',
Here are some suggtstlcms for
Columbus,Ohio. claims MEETS ON TIIIRSOAT 1.1.. DAYS I 1
A group vegetable preparation and X gel iil)I I t' .
the perfect fishing record Every Mia tuclle Inscoe, county cookingL : M l'
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member of the ha landeda
home demonstration agent, Use your green vegetablesas FED 110HWAY
callfish In the vacation group soon as can. after they If If. Electrical We Have It.
you I
EXPERT BOA! demonstrated canning of grapefruit
Howard M Dr
CfRPENTER are Jones Hugh come from market or garden.If ,"- -
heart and various citrus
B Smith, Mr and Mrs, E.
Hart fruit jcllle. exhibited and recipes you must keep them a. day
'' Rabbit and C H, Edwards., given out at the meeting oftlxj or two store them In a cool! ROT Y LUBTUA HUT 0 : ;
EXPERT MACHNBT -' Indian town Home Demon place away from \dust and files Na'laea ""f..I'I
M. }. Martin, owner 6f the Orlando 2. Just before using wash ..u w .. f
tratlon Club at the home of Mrs.I. g IJtILL
and his sister
radio -
station : ,
P, Clement Thursday. Mrs, vegetables quickly and thoroughly a, 'saeARCI5LLOWL RADIO and ADPLIANCE Co.
MOTO Mrs. R. W:Yeats,, from Miss but h:i,
[EXPERT ECHANIC left W, F, Oallavay and Mrs E C never let them soak '.
issippi Monday after a ; ra
week vacation hereWelcome Rawllngawere added as: new In water" You low food value ewt.tNrNIKE 202 Osceola Ave ti Phone 302 j jt
that way.
members Refreshments were
3. To rid of sand and ; \ '
served by Mrs Clements and get !Dt
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Relief for
Mrs Gerry Myers, lift the vegetables from a pan '

tuart Marine Service BACKACHE PAINS ATTEND ORCHID, SHOW of water water off.rather than pour the a : ; IIPONTIAC I F
4. Salad greens keep crisp and ; pppyyy ANI ;
Du. MUlGular SIr.I....1.lll1d.m..c. Mr. and Mrs W. R Leach and crunchy If washed and wrappedIn C ,
..,$kesasbanlfrn I Allan Leach attended the South a clean cloth and kept cov- 'j
IncorporMedPHONE ./ ,........ ....It_....MlraIM.oN Ilorlda Orchid Associations orchid erd! In a cold place I! .
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rUr 1< exhibit at the Miami Municipal I 1
] r tot,. Ih e.a a..hr. NIUSASUK I When cooking vegetables: i ; "
PALM r P .N, t.s-Ue nkf' "her Auditorium Friday Mrs L': .Use little water, slightly !
U,. Man.. .Nape uA..d. sir. Carroll Dunscombe\ who spent salted cover a short time and REDI MIX QUALITY CLEANING t ; ,
the week end In Miami with never add soda. Soda destroys :ONCRETEREINFO P4'
relative, also attended vitamins a AND PRESSING i I l lJ 11.

SA TO'S 2. Have water boiling! when AT BUDGET PRICES
you put vegetables on to cook CINGST I
idli \ ANTIQUE SHOP The Ladles Society of the Leaving off the lid hcfps to keep LS t '
[Your Males c Apt Methodist Church will\ serve a the green color When cooking Most painstaking dry I
money turkey dinner at the church tomorrow leafy greens, use a lid at the cleaning you'll find 1111'
starting at S:30 p.m. start until they are wilted. CONCRBLO anywhere Worthwhile ; I
at aavingst Try ,
Oil Painting Restf-ed by Tickets are on sale at $1.80 for 1. Serve all the Juice with the yo go
Can Earn] Artists Broltn Ofna and adults and 71 cent for children cooked vegetables ,ot use It In Martin Counft Cleaners and y\a/H never t>e pleased t. I r j' t
Bric-a Brae fide soup or sauce elsewhere '

2ho MRS, NELL P ZONI Mr.P Payette arrived ) OM Expert Dyeing .- Berlou Moth Proofing r .
home Monday night after a Order Now for 1948 : I
0 er a' week trip to Chicago to attend Planting 1 ; 1
the funeral of her cousin NRY WHI Mart County Cleaners
Mr and Mrs Henry P. Lyonshavj \
n ;. written from, Hot Springs, GEORGE KEITH '

Insured Savings] Ark, 'where she Is undergoing PERSIAN LIME on.'T48 FortrPierc. Opposite Citizens Bank Stuart, Fla., ie I ,
treatment that they had seen

Ac ounts TCARTr the sunshine only once In a Brooks-To\fer Nurseries, _, __......_ ____._ _..,.._,_._... _., L
whole week and that Florida fine, ., '
The Federal : nd Loan '
Savlnrs Into Ilf'
f nec Corpora-
SINCE \high: winter rentals are ama. ,
ton insures Individual' ccounta to $5, 0. Husband t"urlsh compared to prices In P. Of Box 36HomeslJad \ ,'. '
I nd wife may have tot of $J 6,000, fu insured 11111V the health resort. "Food prices 'Florida 1

First Federal gavinj-a/ccountit'are \ent I investments about the same," they added, '
< Trust Funds, aa wef as Funds held.! Guardians, eJ -"-'
dministrators and EM'tutors.

Cal or Write rWe Bulova Watches i

FIRST fFEDEl! AL .4 SpectaUn.m Keep International ke and Woods Sterling Aft Carved: : I

Diamonds and Weddftig Rings
Savings an! Loan Asso iation -

VEROliEACII of In ian River County n sferma o C. 8\E.\ WALKER !,jl

FLORIDA Real Ultat i lisurance '
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1312 20th ill
Dial 213 :.

R. W. Sed Jvlck, Secretary-Tre irer GM Hydra.Matie Drive ,
Member FederalHome'Loan Bank a fl Federal VWrit. TAYLOR .1J I lilt

.Savings aid Loan Insurance C Phone 154J ptionalt on aU modlls I ,

1 Current dividenf rate. I oiter ".t1,; '

Yus, Paint dyeS p I !" : -J '

WE MAY H F WHAT YOU NEED (OverSPECIALIZE A &' 2nd FloorIf ) I! 4, .1t1i..Iii I II"


Auto Painti! g 5 Metal ,"Work IRI 1, j

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for yeses, Pontnc ht jfcd. us laid In Puny ot the\ aspects of
A "t DRINK moor cur ch.r.c.r; f r1I pssie PLUS ALL THISI I''i',f F./:/
II has Iwwi out'ffiag In fftwam-with lu distinctive SilrcrStrt )I I
1 k ylmg co paimM bodies. by fisher. II baa been cooilmntlypratitd FINE CAR FEATURISBIKOM i j.
WATER THE WAY YOU LIKE PREPARED fur in frfm* c*-bxd on imocxh,powerful ..... IMAatie I..na II....' < t
timed for lift and dependability I I
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1 FCR A GOOD tmt. And Row, la MB I4B Pontmc:! comes nv* lin( proof of 'sanliiuitg HOCKrf OO.1101 HNIt-ACTION. 'MOO', TIIPU.SCOMOMICM Ass. I,: 1 'I 4 4casleowa ,
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Premium Beer f Fin. Liquors and luiuiKMihut it offer, >i optionil equipment on all model. exewn.ICOICK-KH CWKK ': t"I f
lW f.Bw.. OM Hrdn-MMic. I>nvel' This iMdunicd" munirpleov WARM MAMMXP. .AintCtOB I ,
For Expert Adv a Consult DANCING which Uminaiet. the clutch pedal and nukes ihihing .... .>. "I. VACUUHAtW. fr''I'' COMTHOl'. d I ,it
nauc, .li on* of tin (realtil. cootribmitMi to driving eM .rotaut.( on-MSMUIS Mitiii new 1
In the hietory" of the motor can And Pontiac It the wo lUMKATMM MWn-NAl' HTDiAUlKMutt : /
D. F. KCTTH Open All Day Sunday Ever unday priced. CM to mike k available to the. motoring public. /tThere > 5 mawsArm s11mMa I h,
CM IMtw boa..It.. ... j :
are Shies PoniUe. modeli-each nor fcetutiful ad. moreliunirloo Ga.U.nd :::MA.511 TMi i)
PORT PIERCE, FLORIDA TO MY'S BARON iaviied loses*tha*and erer.inspect-and each then': an today.not Mundlng! ralue.You ire cordially .dr.ddha.do 1 ly die {t",", ,.


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Stuart women *IU teporl wET
of Fort Pierce women present BUY
CAT URGES ELIGIBLE press his opinion Is more Important Tax Revenue plans for the formation of to their respective! group on
CITIZENS TO VOTE this year than it- has State COUNCIL.DISCUSSED. the council her, along the linesof proposal. After each society h..* wret d cars,
ever before been" declared Gay, ] the Fort Pierce organization proposal another
voted on
L C M. "Due to rapidly changing Decade Formation of a Council of at I copper gL
Tallahassee-Comptroller more Up 85.6 Per Cent in and a newly-formed group meeting will be called to mate
Gay seeking: return In the May conditions of Government than Church Women in Stuart was Vero Beach decision at to the SIS
Democratic primaries W a full any of us can remember, It ll discussed at a special meetingFeb. Representatives from the a formation. No date has'
four-year term In office, today I vital that the electorate of Florida Jacksonville Feb. 28. The 11 at the Methodist Church neighbor county Included Mrs. council art for the next meeting.' AUT PAR
urged eligible citizen of and of the nation become Willard Perkins, council president been '
every I with Mrs. W. O. Aldridge presid ----
Florida to register as a voter, i eligible, by registration, to vote, record-breaking total of 140,883- I Florida tog Two representative each ; Mrs. Fred Allspaw, chainof -Florida destroy : South ixie High
and to exercise his'franchise asa j i and then exercise l their privilege 42} which the motorists of Flor- from the women' organization assemblies chairman; Mrs. Forest fire In than are ort Per
PAC'' patriotic duty. along this line by casting I their ida paid out m, State; gasoline Ferris Wheel of the Methodist Baptist, Epis- I Howard Poppell, Mrs. L, E. Barnett : more tree each year I hone
L The right fat the voter to e > ballots on election day." taxes last year represents' an Increase I copal and Presbyterian Churchesand Mrs. C H. Coffee, Mrs. R.' cut for firewood pulpwood and, all other purposes. j 129
iB Tull Mrs. John Harris and icals
of about 858 per cent t the ministers of each : W '
By church-were present to hear a Mia Amelia
,J'f AT' pver 'their' State gasoline tart I Is always a matter of sinters -
FLOWERS For All OCCASIONSBOUQUETS' payments In 1937; .according: to I regret when we find our- Trail k
w "
I At Glen P. Woodard Jr. of the I selves unable to think other Dollar. '_ _., .., t, -\0 MI",
spanPetit CORSAGES cur FLOWERS Florida I I Petroleum Industries than well of our fellow men, but _
we are reluctantly forced to the Br' CouMj
FLORA ARRANGEMENTS Committee, conclusion that It U Impossible Spent ,.

WitI'facU DOMESTIC ani IMPORTED CERAMICS "This, of course, means an to please these Republicans; it At Home MARTIN COUNTY ,aai
1 enormous Increase la our! highway stems they have made up their ,
slblj I short decade minds that they just won't be .
revenue over one Stay DIRECTORY
Twin ," Woodard said"but It also happy) ?, BUSINESS
WE \ViRE FLOWERS represents a great Increase In With prices on the up and At Home CartYour
and with the lowly porker t
up up
Arcade Bldg, 5th St., It. Pierce /"hone 3IO-J the special tax burden of one reaching such stratospheric: Business Card In This! Section Every Week Will Bring You _BuiineiCrowf. .'
group of Citizens. Furthermore, heights that even his squeal became _
It U not the whole story of this l a high tenor, the more
tax burden. The addi- vocal among them wasted reamsof '
'I '& aCt
e 7 tional Federal I gasoline tax and scarce sundry newsprint on the blaming Democratic all TRUEMAI CASEY'SGolden FRANK HALEROOFING 1V
1r I which was Imposed in 1932: as a -I

KITCHEN_ _.TYPE_FREEZER_ 'temporary' measure, amountedto therewith Party:! and blithely everyone Ignoring connected their fertilizer L I Gat Camp ..
1 cent a gallon In 1837.: TodayIt
When 1948 refusal to let productionhave UXEDOFEEDS Cabins & Trailers 0's" Saul
Is ll'i cent a gallon.
I Savti ipict. Satca Mtpi. Provide! a chance to catch up half i AND
combined with the State tax of I
and l btt.i
more and
with demand. Beer Eat
O r (roods for 7 anti It Means that the FlorIda way:! Everythingfront I AND ft Roof Repairing
J original sin to the new look Bottle Beer Served
meaHehroughon motorist must pay a tax of GENERAL LINK OrIN&CTICIbES
who jeer i iPtY 14 cents 'on every gallon of they,have blamed on the Democrats 4Ml Sunday 511 So. Colorado ATS. Ca..,
i .
gasoline he buys He must pay. Phone 9141 and I.e
In addition, of course State registration Then just when we. had STUAR1 FEED JTOREIM 2V4 mile So. Stuart, Messaged
squared our shoulders and made
lines various Federal e
BROS. excise taxes and other taxes to .up our mind to stagger along PLAnt JACK*MARTIN AVL-rtlONE, jftf. lie I Fed. Higktway No. 1 ,. P. O. a.Iiua ;

!Ir OnCE AVE /HONE t Government to operate a motor as beat we could under the bur- +
vehicle den of blame, then came the
Woodard went on to say that final blow. Commodity, prices i -
the "enormous tax burden borne tumbled, or at least so we read t ,
WHEN IOU/NEED/ by motor vehicle owner \ta sometimes In the papers, (the tumble has- Buy:! The Beat red A. Sta rd SUT TON 8
excused on the ground n't yet been felt on the local ---Stu taxi GENERAL
LUMBEROR motorist are financially able to markets) and that It seems. Is Service Station
carry the load. Nothing," he also the fault of the orney followers ELECT RegisteredCivil

declared, "could be more unreal- of Jackson. And what RVl EngineerAnd Forintrly Wetter'iCrowrNas
istic than this conception of the happens? The air waves are 10 asces
average highway user" made hideous with Republican Prompt D endabl.courte kitchen adry, and Aak
BUILDING MATERIAL "I wish we would all resolve, shrieks and howls of anguishand Cabin d aU small .
for[ 1948, to engage In realistic the Democrats are as heart- sP app ea, Radios Land Surveyor Repairs DriryOn. /
thinking about the role of high- ily cursed because the market I
CALL 0* EE way transportation In our State' went down as they were when It RTIN COUNTY i Stuart, Florida mile So. St
econpmy. I wish we would resolve went up. The answer of course I N 149 e' ELECTRIC : ZN-J
to visualize our auto taxpayers IS that 1948 Is an election year Phone Fed. No. 1 '
Phone 75
as they are today, not when every one, on both aides, : 1 I
East Coast Lumber as they were at the turn of the blames every one else for any I I _
century, when the motor vehicle and everything that has hap- ,
was still a rich man's plaything, pened, or may happen.We M ETE I IElectr -
If we think reasonably:! abouthighway don't know and 'arent interested i HOME BUiyDINGHIGBEE
& SuppmCo.1 I transportation, then we in the political affiliations : an Refrigera- 5
will tax It reasonably. And If of one Eo T Maynard who I n S VICE Uncle! Billy
we can begin to appreciate what I reported to have collected considerable No J T Large Cie0o sez. & ,

Phone, 22 P. O. Bel 305 \ Stuart, Florid these taxes mean enormous to the highway taxpayers:!use I just before folding the money commodity:! by sellIng mall t ,.........._ _alend hr She. Au. .., c-w, ,. F, WW'-I.' WO HAM
then we will begin to spend this market began its downwardtrek _
revenue more prudently than we but It Interesting( to \know EL C IC CO, Genera/ Contracting
_.... have' been pending It," Wood that the Senate vivisection committee a Repairs
,........... 11 I
ard concluded. is about to operate on ay hone __ Who n wa youn.* an' P./}. Box 832

From..n I him to find out If bs Is a bad H nd 3211 ; "Cramps" was Hvin/ we never -. One Block West Pa.I \.
rc sit M Joe Marsh Influence the .
PROGRAM INSTITUTED: for American peo- its 'honetu.r I Bridge On n.
ple; piously they declaim that 3474 I II thought of war; no limeeramdul I City
;. "How can we best apply Our, perhaps he was operating with I iC to ever givenwerr: Right
r leisure time?" That from
1 query gamblers on the market. Shadesof II
Where Dyes farm youth throughout Florida 19291 We dont recall, any J happier, by fart r Th papers -

I. has brought an anawer in the hue and cry raised by:! the Re- Mil of Wear I came but once a week -r*
r Your Mane \Go? form of a 4-H recreation and' publicans regarding the operations f eventful\ Friday morn we Jen Hdwe.
rural arts award* program. that broke the market and E AP
Designed to promote group action -: the country, closed banks by the stopped all work th' news I
Re.dtlieetherdlqber 1 f.Jmlrr mar sot Rare toofeurh appeal- the program promises tobe : hundreds and brought suicide uIt TIRES -, to reek, of who was tick, or SURE
folk lid farmers. speadL.r.oney but it for tftpe a decided- Influence In developing statistics to an aU-time high, 1r ci born! '
: on/their/ inn permanent" community spirit ,. rails' w.... ..... : TRY THEM THO
.proportionately, .bid..( cnmforta. I l4t I make i home although they were In controlof .0.1... part sop,. 1Nrorico.<< Sr .. I A murder story, that was :
homeaUaarltydttllen'Doean't d a nicer place to be \ r r__. Congress and the White .up.. a eh. acmd,. welsh as Ie i rare divorce most unknown ARE MORE THAN
I r House.
i seem hard to. cite,, And from where At, that bud. Oouad tM Odplarl we never found a
I I when you think It over. T k a the net calla for come oft t4 niceties of Florida There then were, for bread the first lines and In C .A ON'S I I thing in there to harm th'youth APT TO f HAVE IT.

folks In our town for in tame: home life toolike and "i Station or grown! And we
I popcorn only time In Its while
f Ther'rs home-loving p I who'd rather
spend an evening by and t friendly glow olbeer for further away around that mythIcal 1 Je -.-we never gave them ,
the(Ire with a mellow glaajof.beer. Mom and .
Dad. thin, that .. corner. In the flurry and thought- we never heard of
than go out in starch of enmenl ertainlung with, what we mean\'hen wt scurry over high prices, high low-brow flings, an' peoplebeln'
or diversion. lay "Home." taxes and civil rights recommendations -
So it's only natural they pit 1 more THIRSTY k. Aac let's not develop j But now th' aint news at all ,unless caught chock full of sin I CaN CRETE,
C MPBELL'Srange ;
short memories. I
let" what NOTI really don't '
mean) m mind the Republican electlon- jI each night you hear th' news-boy bawl th' Vo'Ol'ltthat
:their bomeoTheyLoy year-griplng, but we don't like Juice I they've put In I It's MURDER HERE, and ROBBI.M' I Driveways, SidenrsOa Drti I II

the short memory they display $q on ed at our stand THERE; A MARRIAGE HIT TIP ROCK ; and PAPERS Blocks, BrIck

)ndht, l"let I i nrd ,t.rn Dream ilwdsilaa r regarding the stock: market activities Freak Daily PRINT TH1 WORST THEY DARE, of UGLY THINGS I Tile Septic Tanks.In
_.___ ___ ___ .__ : :.! of 1929 and, remembering FactEverything '
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+ those Florida bread lines, we W leatle accounts I in ConcMDUNTILE

West Palm Beach Directory distrust produce their or preserve boasted pr ability perlty.to solicited

If there's one thing we just Fed Highway No. 1 { LoyI
can't abide,It's hypocrisy. I. I. L. DECKER
When In WePalm Beach These Firms Appreciate Your Patronage Jensen Rood 1 I

t, Florida's tree planting season -- Boa 936 Phone 27-f I

began In December and continues -
through ,
February.VjcYctay -
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512 Clematis St ( ROOFING CO. 1 PITCHFORD'S I You Will r
)fly.vg ET US I LOOK YOUR BESTIf I Stuart

Furniture and .oor HttT MttAL $ Give our Car or Truck CAMP I You Visit

House Furnishings oclaim, r orTonrrmiSTS NEATne LNTLATIN0 A Co plete Check Up Auto Camp
wA aoorlN6 von .KIt CHS'Qiiim'sStorc
; 1MATn sod OUV JULY 251947 KTfE FINAL MV uru NCED AtTENDAlfTI '
j A P MECHANICS Collage BARB SHOP Modem Cotta,"
hen A All Clot. ALL t..i aicanSeafood .
1 WABOSE&KX.WE ... elf opJ 4 HOuR1 DAILY Oldest Sbo In Stuart And Trailer Court

1i i FOR U Stan and Oil CO. Bait For Sale ''I Your Pa onageApprecr ; CEITALI! IV.DAY. d will'

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f I I> WarS Stuart I OU DIdo Bl-WM V tar "

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CO. favorite pU NT
7 4e PAINTVARNISHES And oxen Foods Tennis I Conl

I PLUMBING NSERVICE( y.er rWmoan'os ENAMELS I P Duce.PtLTIU. Girl's Red or en rite

rM yrvtstgwn 1,1 TM Requeats DueQ Llaasav Penman t Ahalto

I 311 AKRON AVE. / STUART, /LA. M aPHYaHta ILLIAMa \ Filled'RECORUb C itioningT.nni
-i Beach
I..1! PRODUCTS I msen SYpPh a '
l I II t iS USr. SHOP '*u, rt Ntn r iw rw Ut,

P, 0. Area a BOX m : PHONE 913M I DENS BEACH ,
_Lyric n.atreBldr._ j F iRIDA' .

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Plumbln Heating Ordway IC seouL

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,, .1 AuS T.. T. Small FORD reauULUS

;''I WILEY MO OR 0. STUART UMBINGA .1 All Types ConrtracUIvan Of .arln. SAUS AND SUVKg

A. AUSBORN PHONE 291 p. o. B 474 T aErAUs
I"t cu. Dw I I" N4ha eeMI ) I f HON| lOW ? 142 hop
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New/' Items for this nut teach the newspapeioffice 'I '

SOCIAL NEWS and the WEEK IN. STUART before noon on Wednesday
Happenings of Home Telephone J5-W Office Phone JO* '1 ;

Kt H MRS. HARTMAN, Society Editor I ,

I, UBTTEWAI*' WOMB'' Or. Henry Vort of East st. itilllililiiiiiiltiilliililliiliiuiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiliiiiiiniiiiiiiiiWith I I PIONEER WINTER VISITORS Mrs.Mary Clnfo, Johnson City Mrs, Ruppert D Grave left Ii I ': r

S TUESDAY Louis, m. who hu been vacationing Indiantown 4-H I LEAVE FOB TENNESSEE N Y- arrived last Thursday to, Sunday for, her home, Sender,1;, ; :

I I irs d A. Carriel! win enter- at their winter home at Our Winter Gueststnuuwunuuuuulumuu'ununnuuuuuuB : spend the remainder of the sea! lonvllle, N. C. after spending 11 1
Jensen Albert R King and IOn, Joe R her Mrs E.: FSchnurbusch .. '
the Fresbytertaa Women'sdelation Beach will leave Tuesday Club Host to 60 son with sister i two weeks with her father, Col "
In I I uu I I l I unuuuuuuuuuuB "
King who have been guests of ,
I,1III Tuesday at heir st.e for home, leaving Mn. VorU for and Mr Schnur Alvin C Torts USA (retired) at : {I''
Estates horn for the Feb- the remainder of the season. The RIVERVIEW: APARTMENT MRS. LANE HOSTESSAT Mr. and Mrs. J X. Craig Alban busch, at, their new home at. She plans to I !
the France
For Tea j'
business and program doctor plain to rejoin her here FridayThe REPORTS'LATE GUESTS BRIDGE PARTYMrs. Ave. left Monday for their home Camden Ave. and flth St. Week .
I and
Iidog. later. :Mr and Mm. U. 8. Canady of ...-.- Murfreesboro The return with Cot Graves I"',
in Term
Rochester, Minn, and Mr and Charles E.: Lane, whose end guests at the Schnurbusch, their two daughters In June to"f'
Crates a fish fry In their: home Mr and Mrs George
gave were
4-H Club girls of Indian- Mrj. George Schwartz of Baltimore -
home Is on the Swann Estate, their farm spend the summer at their riverfront \
honor Sunday at on Felver from Warner Bobbins,
late-season arrivals
are i
town entertained at I
School an
DANIEL'SRue / !the Rlvervlew Apartment. Castle Hill at Bewails Point en' the Indlantown Road The Kings Oa home on Rlvervlew Drive. rs i' r rI'
Achievement Day Tea from 1:30 have been winter visitors here '
SUNDRIES COSMETICS I tertalned at bridge Friday afternoon '
to S;JO Friday at the school Gordon Scane of Rldgetown,' in honor of her mother, for more than 40 years and fora ; ;!..
MODERN SODA FOUNTAINPlate Sixty guests were received In the Ontario, who Is visiting his number of seasons the family r ';
Mrs B. C. McCaddon, of New ,, FOR, ,
n1II II Lunches ank Tasty Delicious Sandwi<] es school patio where cookies and mother, Mrs. Charles Scane a occupied the Beville house at t, ill) r
York and
City, MIaa'Marlaret I'
Albany Ave. and 4th St While J
IIN Daily New apers, Stuart News punch were served by club members winter guest at the Rlvervlew Your Convenience y '
Is pending.this week In Miami: English, houseguest of her sister here Joe made several fishing
We Hand! Swift'. Ice CreamDANIEL'S Mrs. Price French. trips with Arthur Wlndfohr and i I
The girls' exhibits which had Three can of women guests Quest prizes were given the also fished front Jensen Beach We Have Established. 3''t 1

been set up In the school audi at the Rlvervlew drove to Fort honorees and the high score prize and Fort Pierce bridges. I, Z 'ations ,\ ,
IIt torium were admired by man], Pierce Monday afternoon for a went to Mrs John U. Mennlnger I I', '
hi parents and friends who called beach party. Young sharks Other guests were Mrs. French Mrs. Edward Swann and Mrs:
Friendly f for MoreFFICIENT
The Post Office ; cade" W. E.: Ingersoll drove to Fort
during the afternoon. The tea sporting near the shore discouraged Mrs H R. Steffens, Miss Frances I ,
was a culmination of five the bathers so the after- Carlberg, Mrs Arthur Dehon,; Pierce Tuesday with Mrs U M., II SERVICE d'
months of 4-H club work in food, noon was spent gathering shells Mrs C. F. Ireland, Mrs Elizabeth Francis where they had lunch / t
clothing,safety and poultry raising Mrs. Phlla Weldal and Mrs Madiera, Mrs. C. R. Ashley, Mrs eon. ... 1(1(r I
LIST' your Rooms, Apartments and? Rental carried on by the 4-H Club Glen Gullet of Cleveland were W E.: Ingersoll and Mrs Edwin .1.- They Are Located At ,, ''I I .! ,
/ Homes with us. I i in cooperation with the English special guests. of_ the occasion Swann. Mr and Mrs. Clair Simpsonand Bus Station on Fe hway and Pure Oil Station I "
classes of the school whose work little son have returned to 'I l ,
4th and Colorad '
L. FU FORD for the past month has their winter home on West 2nd dye. I ; i'!
Included 1 "tea manners," invitations Auxiliaries Hear St. after a trip to Detroit to PHONE 3 PHONE 9154 ,
'mil dafe and favors The 4-H Legion attend, the funeral of his uncle (Bus Stalin (Pure Oil Station) l I II I?

BUTINC s SELL C C Club has been stressing tea refreshments John who died here oatmonth. EAL TA SERVICE I I
how to dress at teat State Officer at Joint Meet (
Writ P Olpor No. 4 and serving I at the popular _
The Washington theme
321 North Col!*ado Ave George Dutch bridge session at i I I I
ue was carried out in the Invitations Strewing the American Mrs B. C. McCaddon of New '
the Civic Center last Thursday ,
Phonef 17 favors and refreshments, 's stand on national defense, j
Stuart, F|>rlda all of which were made by the Mrs. Jane Fleetwood, Florida Auxiliary department York, Mrs City Charles Is,visiting E.! Lane her daughter at her Neall.afternoon Mrs were Ernest Mrs.Davis Howard and I : 'II''!i'

girls themselves under the direction of the Legion Bewails Point home. Mrs Stanley Kltchlng:
of. Mrs Maude E.! Mitchell, spoke to 28 members of the
principal of the school, and Miss Stuart and Jensen ,Beach Auxiliaries I
Luclle Inscoe county home dem- at luncheon at the Blue Now Under Pers,nal Supervision of POTENCY }
Goose Tuesday, She was accompanied AI
CLINTON! rAX onstration agent.Outstanding EARL B. DUGAN I'
4-H Club exhibits on her annual official \. f I ,
It's Sprayed Into All Cracks fnd Crevices of the day were those of Billie visit by Mrs Elizabeth O. De OwST. nor j i i,
Parller, Dclray Beach, 9th District .J'
Of Your Cal Jean Faye Brown and Sue, Lavonne Rowell BIllie Quote Jean and president, and Mrs Ouy C LUC:IE BARiSTAURANT ie of utmost import- 1 I jl' ,f

MOTO.SWJStuart Brown and Faye Rowell each.exhibited La- Morgan, Delray for the Beach district\ parliamentarian Mrs- ST. LU&TrKB cure in filling your pre. I r:,
YDUl cAe GOLF1.ERED wN MOT1oN two demonstrations
I THa MODgaN M.THOD 01 L CATIONY. soon Goods had an exceptional De parUer was Introduced by the LUNCHEON* MD DINNERS Kiption! so that it may 'I] "
Mo I.dh4 M I d.% This 11th./. third-year food/demonstration. Stuart Auxiliary president Mrs. UNDER 9UPEKVUIC ANDY TSIMMJNDA I
Other girls who showed Improvement Blanche Lowrey, and In turn OPEN a be fully effective That's ''ifONtTV

1 Service Station and outstanding work In guests presented of the honor.other out-of-town Line of Choice L! QUO WINES why rest many of Stu.rt' citizens go to Stuart .
completion of their demonstrations -
W, 0. RUN. Mfr. cup pa pa... were Donna Irene Brown, Mrs Fleetwood discussed the and CO RDIALSERS D where the"re certain oE the freshest, mostpharmacists I Ij.1
national work of the Legion and '
Annie Eliza
Johnson.Betty Ann Joy Hataway Kate Pollock,Wilds auxiliaries, reporting on the uperior medieinea. Long experienced J (I' f

Jean Priest Dianna Smeeks and Indianapolis meeting of State on duty 13 hours a day I I'I'
leaders and also the Washington
Joyce BarnhllL FLO1Unusual +/ I ,
D. C., meeting of women

pas MRS. MARVIN ROWELL air patriots supremacy at which and meetings universal UJS. PotteryColorful Cut Flowers +- If';

ENTERTAINS CLASS military training were advocated Figurines Corsages

/ ,, )f hest THURSDAY EVENING she said ."But the greatest Crystal Bowls Putt Plants I'

Pa For Your home of pleasure of auxiliary work has WE TELEGRAWILSON PH FLOWRS i-E JnJ ) BOBP. ,,1,1,
USED The St. Lucle Estates been in serving our veterans 1' ;,
CAR Mrs. Marvin Rowel was gay she said In telling of the training '
Se.yU. Before! Thursday evening with the spiritof courses for hundreds of women, PAl,M qXRDENSr THE R STORE
Ya l Sell orSUNRISE George Washington which hospital workers; the distribution i : ,
I furnished the theme for decoration of 15,000 gifts to the three Flowe Shop Phone 11 Stuart, Fla. '
when Mrs Rowell was hostess veterans' hospitals in Florida;
Florists* Mr and Mr A. Gregg
lco to the Baptist FriendshipClass the tobacco tund; the.scholarships I
11-Ms.Ptxia roaTriaaca g MP I ANY PHONE no and their husbands and for orphans and children Phone 2021 Kobe Sound, Florida Y1 t/: ..ftl.f1.f1.f1.f1"Nl1.f1.fJY1t1l1l1.f1l1"l"
guests. of veterans, the child welfare\ J '
A buffet table bore the- refreshments work which Included expend
which repeated the ture of $920000 last year for 413.-

NEW HAIR DO'S FOR season's motif. Members present 000 children by the auxiliaries 1,1
with their husbands Included of the nation' This was In addition THE ,
YOU SMART Mr. and Mrs Earl Tlllman. to (3000000 spent by the BENDIX
MATRONS Mr. and Mrs C. R. Ashley, Mr. Legion for child welfare, from
t yA and Mrs John O'Day, Mr and which fund the, local auxiliary
U rw km**! ........' ]>Mr mil.' Mrs Cecil Donaldsoni Mrs units are privileged to ask for
.*.. I" doe .... ... saw .Ha Earl Green, Mr. and Mra. aid for children in their' own G I vXs YOU "WORKLESS WASHDAYS" : j
r.. M. Ut Victory Earl Hall,Mr, and Mrs.Ouy Boyd communities, she said. Mrs :11
eras StW. s00 .... WW1. andMrs. Andrew. Flttmau, the Fleetwood Is administrative assistant -
1.. w --- .. Ploy to the Florida Crippled "
i..dy.. ..N.M.w1 Is.isdisa. ._w'......M...n.lt.pL. _tI Other guests were Mrs Lloyd Children Commission la. Tallahassee PLUS TOESE 4 FAMOUS FEATURES :111 ;
I T" Year HAIR, STYUNCI Rix Mr and Mrs. O C. CrewsMrs and works professionally :
'HONI roe v Helen Wetmuth. Mr. and as well as through volunteer and .
Belts Mr. and Mrs civic work for the children of
IP, Mrs Herman
Wilson McClure Mr. and Mra Florida !
Vittvry'beauty Salon R. F. Longbottom. Mrs Louise Present at the luncheon were
MISS Harrell,Mr and Mrs I. C. Kick- officers of the Jensen Beach '
y- E.see.. .y liter Mr. and Mrs Oarland Ed- auxiliary! Mrs Helen WlnowlesU CLOT .SAVING
II YM.r AnaoIe alawe, n. enfleld, Mr and Mrs. J C. Anthony president; Mrs Hilda Costello +I
Jr., and the Rev Phil l vice-president; Mrs. Clara
Maxwell Vaught. secretary, Mrs Eliza {, '
beth treasurer Mrs. J'
Alderman ;
C Ruth McElfresh, chaplain, and Tumble Aetna gent\Iifti clothe in and out t II I j
Mrs Jennie Jackson, sergeant- of iudil No*git tor,V wring r,no twuting ., 5 "" r d
at-arms Also Mrs. D. P. Holt,, weir end tear! Safe,a\n for dainty things! 1: "
.1 Mrs. Jack Kennedy of Pittsburgh ', 1!

Mrs George Plegols, Mid- ,I
: land, Mich Mrs Lucy Van
i"A P NNY SAVED Frank:, Harbert, Mich. Mrs. C
W. Houg, Mrs. Dorothy W
Smouse, Mrs Harriett Stephens, WATER-SAVER 1
WNNYEARNED" Mrs Nora Malone Mrs. Lorraine ,
IS A. Middleton, Lillian Meyer Bea-.
trice H. Ziwelg all 9f the Jensen 3 CYLINDER "
Beach auxiliary
Stuart, members present, besides 1 <
a the president Included Mrs. WaahM and rinses nine-pound load of tide ?
George Smith, Mrs. E.: Viola with f lions lees hot water SavM so. tool '. (

Kreider, Mrs. Laura. E. Blake.,
t 0 :
Mrs. J. P. Wllbar, Mrs. Frances '
Ferguson, Mrs. Nellie Peezonl ;
and Mrs R. W. Hartman. ;


\ Charles Sniper was honoredon \
his birthday Sunday at a THE TRIPLE RINSE I
U party given by Mr. and Mrs.

Thrift a te habit to be talllh to children. George Casper on the patio of Tha batter tha ,glens the batt h. wash.
the Blue Goose Court on ITS. 1. I f i
aoil laden M shorn hIY sinrd
Start ildren right and live them athrillby With sap
your A 8 pm. buffet supper featured white clothes c whiter' y
Starting an account forithem today steamed crab on. ,the outdoor colon clearer, brighter! 'J
grilL Moonlight! dancing on the jt J \
at The Bank. Set a good :ample by patio was to the music of the 1 1 JI JIj I2 I2A

adding own account each Seek. iurfrlders Orchestra. Guests Included r PX .1the I
: Dr and Mn F* O Han- n .
CiIJina son Ids and Mrs. Harold Walker .1
, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bonbon CLOTHtfUFTING WITH "' I
Account Toda ENDS
I An } Mr.and Mrs: Rex Beach,Mr and ,. .

Mrs. Don Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. m
I. B. Edason Mr. and Mrs. 1 BASKET-LEVEL PORTHOLE 1
Sniper Mrs. Barbara Ann Sniper I ''
William Base and Stanley No more hoietir/wet. beery dotHee ever ,
Mlatura topl Just. t/mbU the clean, damp dry ',
laundry!into thbaalut.HALL'S ': t '
CITIZENS BANK OH STUART Commissioner Kenneth S tn- '
mell spent the week end In St. N h
Petersburg where he 'was the >

Member: 'rile J'edera1,, | System and Federal Defalt Insurance Corporation guest of B. F. Webb, vice-presi I
dent of Webb City, Inc. : 1..1

Personal Senict Mr. and Mr J. 7 Harper of ,"I
8 The Ba
North Stuart are entertaining I i
n their sons Stuart and Harold, J I.
and Harold's wife and three children POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 13 i ;
from St Thomas'Ontario, ;
The visitors expect to remain' ,.
for six or eight weeks, ..I. ;", ,,


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Standing as of Feb. 25 Palm City News their trailer parked there and Salerno News guests wen Mrs. 3. P. Wllbar, Leon Conine of Hobe Sound SALBBNO P.TA 8IRna]
STUART SAILFISH CLUB will go by car to other Florida Urs. Raymond WUbar of Boston' called on John D. Stevenson HAM StlPFBR TONIGBI! /
l ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT points while on vacation. The Mrs 8. D. Bevr, Mrs Thomas SundaY. -
others will make their headquarters Askew; Mrs. George Osbom Mrs Mra. Parka of Sebastianvisit.
CQNTEST CLOSES APRIL 30 P ASTOR GIVEN in Stuart and visit. oth- DEMONSTRATIONGIVEN O. D. Quigley, Mrs. TUlle Anise, ed her parents Mr., and Mrs. The Salerno Parental:
.. SAILFISH er points of Interest Mrs. J.J. McCullum: Mis. Minnie John Mllllgan, last. week end.MaaslACt Association will serve sham t

Stephen Adams, St Louis, Ma, caught aboard the Miss Florida, Mrs. Bees Sandburg of Mentor, Johnston, Mrs. Ethel Conover APPLICATION supper from l.Wtc( & ,,
Capt. Harvey Brown, length 8 feet, 2 ;3/4 inches UNANIMOUSVOTETO Ohio, arrived two weeks ago for AT CLUB and Miss Kate KlUdU. The Sunbeams earl a; :1':'ob.kw. 5Jrwf.a/i pjo. today at the Salerno 8d>
Mrs. James McRoberti, Spring Lake, N. J.. caught aboard\ Little a six-week vacation at UM homeof will entertain at thegroup's Baru.Alai Yd The price Is H and sU p
it I Joe, Capt. Ted Preston, length 7 feet, JO Inches her sister and brother-in-law, next meeting at the m N s.J::"KU "w'taiMT Se. = : go for school Improv
II \V. R. Johnson of Philadelphia, taught,aboard Esther IL Capt. STAY HEREBy Mr, and Mrs. Charles Krumm. MEET MONDAY church" March I. Gas. oe
I fAG' Mrs. Lena Parker, another sister ),lf. Jim Mart and children i-- ---
t Fred Hoffman, weight ?7Jf pounds. '
of Cleveland, baa been at ,the I, of Robe Sound called on Mrs.
ALBACORE MRS. ANNA & DAY Knimm home several weeks and By 512$. O. D. QUIGLJET.Mn. W. M. Man last week
CLIPAT John Verlade Patterson, N. )J., caught aboard Gannet, Copt A. A.Whiticar expects to remain possblly until --'- Mrs. Sallle Willis of Robe Newest Neatest WaytoDryStockW
weight, 21 pounds, The Rev and; Mn. Wallace H. AprlL George Osborn,, president, Sound,spent. last week here at
BARRACUDA Sterna of the Palm City Congregational William N. Martin of Clewls opened the Home Demonstration the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory
\\r A' C. E. Parrett of Terra Haute, Indv caught aboard Hi-Hook, Capt. Church were given a ton was a business visitor Sunday Club meeting! at the church DeCoach.: s !
ipanPain Walt Sanders, weight 25 pounds. unanimous vote of the congregation at the home ot Mrs Anna Monday by singing "America" Mr. and Mrs Orman Bggles-:
ARTIC BONITO Sunday to remain here B. Day. and the Lord's Prayer After ton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over
u pastor for u many yean u Mrs. rollcall 'by Mrs. Osborn, Mrs Miser, Mrs !Nellie Wilcox and .
Witt Edward W. Parker, Humber Valley1' Coif dub; Toronto, caught B. J, Schroder: of Clewls- s.ta w to pb.M
\ they are able to do so. Ai church:
Jack Saunderson gave a report Mrs Peter Pare spent Saturday
ton arrived
.des. d
Sunday for a vacation : .dr
facil aboard Miss Florida, Capt Toley weight 15tf pounds. services are held here only seven week with her Ulster and on the organization ot the home 1q Fort Pierce shopping ..
sibli BLUEFW TUNA months each winter season, they family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joss. demonstration county council In Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Smith motored
.. George R. Fearing, Boston, Mesa, caught aboard The Hobo, were also given the use of the Word has been received from Palm City Jan. 27. Miss Lucile to Lake Worth Sunday to
Whiticof 0 parsonage for u many months Inscoe a demonstration on visit
Capt. Jack weight pounds. Russell gave Mends
CHANNEL!; BASS during: each year aa they wish. Day who baa been In preservation of citrus. This Included Mr. and Mrs Tom Wethington
Army service In Korea II ;
spent Thursday In West months Yr-
Charles Schooley, Allentown N. in St Lucie inlet that he will be canning i grapefruit and family have moved Into
}1., caught. Palm Beach: visiting )(r, and unable to returnto hearts citrus juice and Marma- their new home In Hobe Sound. -
weight, 6 pounds'COBIA the States before August He ,
Mrs. John Regan of Norwich, Is lade. Others present were Mn. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. QuIgley
Mass Mrs. Regan was girlhood now serving hU 13th year In
a 8. D. Sever, Mrs. Thomas Askew and Kathleen called on Mr. and
L. M. Ornstein, New York City, caught t aboard the Cull Stream, friend> of Mrs., Sterns at the Army Mrs. .1'. J. McCuUum, Mrs. Mrs Dan Shaw Sunday.
Curt \\TutIcar 38 Hampton, N. H. Mrs. George Peoples ot Bay Tlllle Hulse Mrs'O. D. Quigley
Capt. weight pounds; : Mr. and Mrs J.U Terry spent rockiW dripping hosiery
t DOLPHIN Mr*. Helen Kohout and Mn. CIty Mich, aunt of Clarence Mrs C. C Jacobs Mrs W. H. Sunday night and Monday at No more erowdejsjrtowel

Howard O. Woods Newbiiryport; Mass., caught aboard Jean I Shetrone of Chllllngton Pa., and Feinauer, was honored Thursday Earl Mrs. Leon Stackhouse, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton on the shower/ The SAF-T W sea-shell Hock.
1- Mrs. Helen Kopf ,of New York evening on her birthday bya Mrs. Harry Holloway Mn. Shel- Powell of Indlantown.
Dare, Capt. Earl Dare weight 22 pounds were over-night guests Friday at dinner party at the Felnauer by McCulley Mrs. T, William Ernest King who 1s In Good log holder Vjfpt your bathroom .at and orderly,
DRUM .ihe home of Mrs. Anne MacDow- home. Present were the George Geiger Mn. K. Smith, and Mrs. Samaritan Hospital In West
Mrs. L 1C Stephens, Black Duck, Minn, caught from Jensen eU while on their way to Miami. Smith and Felnauer families and J. P. WUbar. Palm Beach Is improving afteran a 'atoll IN tutu sots tro&iNes McuisLt.i .
bridge, weight 48JJ pounds., T.iey expect to return' In about Bill Wallace Mn. W. U Merrltt entertainedthe eye operation. / nocmiV-t MO IOUH
JACK CREVALLE two week and will stop over Ladles Missionary Society at Roberta Barton Is in TJmatllla i feat to tun tees

David E. Abse. Mt. Ranier, MJ., caught aboard Dis-Crace, Capt. again, JSJ.BUILDING..rUMITS.i" her home Feb 13. After a short now going to school She writes I I/M of euAMiNe GutS rutne. tfo
Bob Fulford weight 18)4) pounds.KING Mr. Elizabeth Kereckes, mother .... S ra...... I. ,JSlUSS. business meeting, Mrs. 8. D. she likes /It there very much. aowiifiwio en IOW-HO nto WSAI OUT
of Mr*. Steve Blasko, and her U77iVtn'ctmrt ea '" Bever was presented with surprise Mrs. C. T. Mathers was a business -
MACKEREL (sister Mr. Frank Veres, bothof For O. C. ,.''". StrTMM s.bsidd.A. birthday party! and gifts. caller In West Palm Beach Ai N..t eat se.
Mrs Walter Kuck, Detroit, Mich., Caught aboard the Gulf Stream, Cleveland are visitor at the r.<..... IS.....at.tea....es'.., 810ell. s binb. Delicious refreshments were Wednesday ,
.ss..s ere ,
Capt. Curt Whiticar, weight 35 pounds 31asko- Tiome. Veres, who also ","8. pry. served by the hostess Other Mr. and Mrs. L. E. DeLoach STUART DRUG CORP
MANGROVE SNAPPER ,had been visiting here, left three and children of Stuart and W.
John B. Vaughan, Hobe Sound,'caught on cut shrimp, weight f weeks ago for Cleveland expectIng H. Strickland of Jesup, Ga. THE. REXALL STO E >>
pounds. to sell his home there and Oa4 called on Mr. and Mrs, O. D. Phone 11 Stu rt fli

MARGATE return to build or buy a home ,-_.,., STUART, FLA. PH. 14 *.. .._. Quigley Sunday.

"Pepper" Blackwood 7115 Crandon Ave, Chicago. Caught aboard tn Lola Florida Bluko of Detroit, daughter (Today) HI fllRftlip|||| i1 (Today)
Neal Bishop's cruiser "Three Jacks, weight 8 pounds. of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Blasko. THURS. 6Y nhg/ II II (| I THURS.,
POMPANO expects: to arrive this week for Only I U Only
G. C. Chapman Upper MontoUir, N. J., caught St. Lode inlet, a two-week vacation after which DOUBLE
cut shrimp weight. 4Jj){ pounds. the will return to her secretarial D FEATURE .._ ....
PORGIE position In Detroit. ..
Fulton built (Spit DEAN es.w..p.
Ervin recently a
Sam Meyers No Mans Land VVihnctte, 111., caught aboard !Neal; Bishop'scruiser home on 5th St. and has some :
Three Jacks, weight 1 3/4 pounds. acreage adjoining It. At presenthe ,
SHEEPSHEAD Is confined to his home. Sis
Lou Goldsmith, Great Neck, L. I., caught aboard Little Joe Capt.Ted friends here hope he soon many r=
Preston weight 5Ji} pounds. ecover. FAfOafANT9FIFADDEDs
SNOOK William H. Whillday who was "

W. E. Allison, Stuart caught in St. Lucie river, weight 31 pounds. confined week Is Improving.to his home all last Nov. Sheet ; -';;.

Mr. and Mrs Orrln Caldwell :
Joe Pitha, Lyndhurst' N. J J., caught in St. Lucie inlet Weight 11 entertained Saturday evening at I' -

pounds. their home with a game party FRIDAY and SATURDAY
TARPON for their friends, Mr. and Ur*.
NO. 1 A TRIPLE TREAT! \ No. 2arm
John Burnett, Hamilton, O.? caught In St. Lucie river, weight 8S| William Olver of Port Sewall and
pounds. Andrew Kappa of Jensen. bdal. ,
YVAIIOORoscoe Paul Bruen left last week to .M
Join the Army Air Forces. While 0wl ,' ,
n Iti MaaW.a
Rollins superintendent of schools, Stuart. Caught aboard. here> he has been living at the gig
Jean Dare, Capt. Earl Dare. Weight 55 pounds. Whldden and Evans homes.
FRESH WATER DIVISION Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elbach are
BASS the parent of a ton born a week MARTIN COUNTY'S

Willie J J..Rennie, Hillsdale, Mich., caught on 4- unce'fly rod. WeightBREAM ago at Martin County Hospital.
.1. They areliving at the former
Taylor farm on the River Road.
Paul DeVillbls spent Feb. 19
David Donaldson, Stuart, caught on plug, weight X pound. In Miami and on Feb. II and A4UI NtOelNrtaaursasnMSaaarasi
PICKEREL 17 was at Pratt General Bos- 1

Mrs Mary Crebel Cleveland, O., weight. 2i! pounds.SPECKLED pita!, Coral Cables, for a phyi- 1948 Drive
PERCH cal checkup: before returning

Mrs. Vincent Wortham" Palm City, caught in Spillway 15, weight lome.
2X Cornell Anderson of Conneaut .r.r..
Ohio of Mrs.Paul DeVUlblss rrr.
son ,
Three bronze sailfish statuettes are this years prizes,but angler visited last week at the DeVlll- I '
are advised that (fish to be eligible for competition in the sailfish division, bias> home. N0.1Beginning.
must either be caught from boats privately operated, or charter boats Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyerof A Swell New Seriall '
members of the Stuart Sailfish Club and this rule applies to those Reading, Pa., were Sunday "CHICK CARTER, Master Detective" Starts.Monday March 1
I! eligible for sailfish buttons presented by the club. dinner guests of William A. Bohnat Don't Mis. A Single ALSOi "Aladdin's Lamp"

Honor plaques awarded to anglers catching, on rod and reel the the home of Mrs. Anne :McDowell Thrilling, Chapter Cartoon '
heaviest fish in the (following species: They expect: to visit

.WIoIl. M..I.. I''l"? ""2* ...*. ".... 1tI.. M......... w..... A.h.l..a.. friends In various Florida places .
e.... Dolpk! SWUM M.eh.i ............. 5.s A.tk I..". ;1._ And will return to Reading be- -- -".
AUIra' Tiua.**"Craopw"** I..ak:: si..ew Ce J4.:: cisaarNi4. Ctc..1ai. .. tore Palm Sunday. SUNDAY and MONDAY'' 7\ .w
J. N. Robarts who .
rs..d.r.All ha* been a >><< ,
fish must be weighed in at the Stuart Tire !House and their patient at Pratt General Hospital l
weights witnessed by officers of the Stuart Sailfish Club\ Is recovering: from a spinal r e iiiJ I _
operation. His friends here with
him a speedy recovery and return -
The District No. 10 Welfare BACK TO VIRGINIADr. Miss Ann Whittle of West ,MANY TIMES A
Board has been notified by the Palm Beach spent the week end
State Welfare Board of the necessity Harry Semones, who open- with her sister and family, Mr.
,\ for making adjustments ed an office In the Victory Arcade and Mrs. 8. E.!: Lane. R THE PEOPLE
in the monthly gr.nuln the Aid Jill 1, tuuiounced today Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Lane entertained .. .
f I to Dependent Children program that he Linda It necessary to return with a dinner Saturday 1
to become effective during the honoring the birthdays of 4
) month of February. This action to Virginia earlier than he Art. Q. D. Hayes Mrs. A. O. t N. TO THE RED -

"was taken by the State Welfare had planned. He Is leaving Wednesday Bunslnger and Mrs. S. B, Lane. ,
Board following a study of families March 3. "However, I Quests were the honorees and
now on the rolls, pending hope to come down earlier next their husbands, Maurice K. CfttySS
applications yet to be processed I If fall and stay later,"'ne said, "and I Langberg of Jensen Beach and e. .
and funds available for the remainder look forward to the time when I Miss Anne Whittle, of West. Palm
,- f of the biennium can make Florida my permapent :, Beach.: ;CNN1 54d
I home. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Wesley of
GETS MERIT BAit Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Wesley 0 CE
LEE VISITS STUART Shlpman of East Orange, N. J, A YEAR
I William r. Crary, son of Senator Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rlckenbackr -
I, and Mrs. Evans Crary has H. A. "Lighthouse Harry" lee Ravenna Ohio, and Roger
t been awarded an Academic of Gainesville, candidate for Rlckenbacker of Columbus ar T EfcED
Merit Bar at The Bolles School, State Comptroller subject to the rived Sunday at the home of 1 1 CROSS
t ., Jacksonville, Major D. t!: Hooker May 4 primaries, visited briefly Mrs. Ida M. Pinney and son,LeRoy 1

4 superintendent has announced. in Stuart Tuesday The Rlckenbacken. have 1 J TURNS TO' THE

t 'I ,PEOPL1 e d ,

Jensen +
Beach .
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j ATTRACnV ... .. MORE
"Kentucky Ba keter.- portFeturing U. of Ky. 1 /


1000 FEET IN\I>EPTH ..
TUES.and W -- MARCH 2.3ONII It's YOUR Rdboss-KecpitGoffig


Give ,
$ 0 .ea.e ,aa.talraa"eSo Generously

4 Theodore Dehon and. Son, lel of Martin County C%)ter of the