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: March 11, 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 )
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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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Voice of An AMerican Community Dedicated (to the American Way of Life '. )



IN CANAL 13 I March 1 H .) ;;;; State bonds and; did not I I VOTE I}

A plan under which the State II violate the constitutional ta- I .
Improvement. Commission Issues lbs on thf use -of gas tax I ,
I revenuj certificate to finance funds. j' )" f

ESCAPE INJURY needed road and bridge project I However; the court said the I SETMARCH2O r ,;. / : <

has been upheld by the Supreme\ Legislature was without. power i It. ;... ':.
I Court I to authorize the Stale' Road Department -

Traffic Unimpeded; After In a 4-2 decision the court I II which will obtain the 120 Eligible--i for Election \\f''! :',$

Mishap in Port Mayaca ruled that anticipated surplus roads under "l-raNe-purrhase". I I I Oodeced by I
las taxes could be plrdged to retire agreement.. with the Improve- Ij fd '
Thursday I the cortlJicutcs.Thii j merit commission, to,ed'm' any ] j! ;

( plan has. been adopteda Other State funds to the t'
A aerial! election l will'be held I
Traffic- flowed untmp'ded thru the mean of financing the certificates :

the .eastern f'fI4of the Cross- proponed, Martin County bridge It also\ held that the Interest<' | In the office ot the! Hob Sound (, i

State Canal today "despite the ; project which Include a bridge ate on the certificates could->lot i' Electric!: Company In \the Mahan "'

sinking of the 65-ft., houseboat from Stuart to the ceanfront exceed 6 per rent a year. 1 I' Bklg!! In Hobe Sound March 20 I)11"" I I 1
Nepenthe In the canal about 400 and a new drawipaa In the len Justice Alto Adams and PaulD. "I
yds. 'east of the lake outlet at to determine whether or not ", j 1
sen Beach bridge to the ocean.) Barnes both wrote dissenting '
Port Mayaca shortly before noon In the majority opinion writ opinions In which they turned certain lahds In the county'ssoutheast '. : I'

l la's Thursday No steps to 'In- ten by Justice H. L. Scoring, the the.-certlficates State bonds and I corner shall be In" ': '
vestigate the accident or salvage : held the certificate unconstitutionalthe eluded ,
court were" therefore I in the Jupiter InUt District I'
... .
the craft have been taken yet.,. -- -- '
It was reported yssterday. None
of the 13 persons aboard was ASIIER FRANK The area Involved Includes all' :

Injured. 3 WEEKS LEFT Local Project Frank !'K"III1It.It't. r. '.5* of Ranges 41 Jc"f: 42 In Townahtr40 ,I I

The boat, an old model two-, !tilt l-'Ulclj' ShieSt l.illllirll, will I and Townahip'39.Range 1 ; t I t
,onu- hird >! *.u acre {rwti-h pf tnlWcn In Palm. City is owned t>y Purler. T Simmon" i decker owned by Daniel R. 42. It adjoins the ,ocean, It l
.' na Jr., Cleveland! TO PAY TAXES Not 1.1< HIWSI sprato'i : publisher, was headed Han"l AffectedBy : iiiK/\ III) Miwrt'Paient-Travh-, ,- extends northward to includeHobe f I II
Stuart from fort Myerj ens Aswu'MlKiiutt./ (tlw Givk-: (;, Sound proper and part; of I

obacco Growing Is Successful Addition edly traveling to Delray County Collects Per Cent Court ActTh I i tw T.MjMtay! nj.t.)(!. ,|lie thy Gomes Grant and -westward I IJ ,
halfway to Indlantown Th
John Humphries. State Road >qwid ''it. "Home' Saute :'."m'l I
City 4.4 of Totals in election Is called under I
Department superintendent '\'of __ I i ,tprs. provisions "'
IndustriesSomething.new the Conners Highway bridge February of Section 8 of Chapter ,
o County's over the canal said the Nepenthe ; State Supreme Court's dccLston ; 24154 ID the "acts of the 1947 ,ii' j''; I

1 came through the bridge at. I Exactly 7, per cent of 1947 last week end barring the I I: ADDITIONAL RAIL R Li State Legislature Mrs. Pearl \ ,' ",

( has boon added to Martin Count,'. agrlcul4) tillzer broadcast over the entire | low speed with Its motors apparently -I taxes due Martin Count.lmd 14 State pledging Rood Its general Department road' funds from Bryant has .ben designated as i I I. / t
clerk and Mrs. Olaf Williams
cent due the of Stuart
throttled. The per City fli
") scene, Tobacco, generally Considered product of the more ara Simmons then bedded It I strong I for road and bridge project' has
{ current In the canal: from thelake were colleHtd during February I : Phillip Barry and B. L. Taylor ,
I"Stern climes of the Carolina and Georgia Is being grown' up In beds I ft. wide and 75 ft. caused the pilot to lose control according to figures released by ; no effect Insofar a,. Martin CROSSINGS EYED '' will be inspectors. '

.iwsfully on 60 acre of ed beds in this county and Indica- long and seeded the land with'{ or the boat's motion and the the respective. collection offices I i.County's proposed bridges are I!I Although Registration SUper'I 'I

II are the Industry will} expand considerably within the next'tyetrL Virginia bright leaf tobacco I I after end swung around to crash I Tuesday. ( concerned on 'Ither the SRD j, visor Mrs J p Blsk sll'fJ said '
seeds on Jan. 13, IS and It. The \ I'' or the State Improvement Commission 'she had l''
{ County Agent U.M.. ,Johnson reported yesterday plantings were staggered In this I I Into the relatively, narrow bypass Both offices pointed out that Senator Evans Craiv City to Contact: FEC on :; no way to determine ,
took root less man -'-- below the 11 less than ; the exact t number of persons !
1e Idea ] shortly bridge. three weks remain I in I
to allow steady S ti
manner crop reported to RotarIans at I thin1 u pIe me n n
11'yss.n ago when a single I! south of this county because of Although a gaping hole was ,! which taxes may be paid by' p g eligible to participate, Commissioner i
I IlmentaUoo. .
work. I i weekly noon meeting Chi Present Three
: I < A E Sims of Hobo Sound (
[ let set ou( a few seeds for'' a plant dl :ase found, for the Simmons planted a total of Sox. torn In the bow the Nepenthe property owners without Incurring I II
Since then Sbet 'I. first\ time up there last year of ,:ed In the 1,700 sq. yds. I progressed 300 ft. below the I I 'penalties No discount Is allowed -: hob ;yesterday. >i I estimated the numb at 120 j I J
I I who met In Tallahassee
of growers have taken to which was traced to plants and then top dressed at. the rate spillway before settling In\. about I during March, but after was coy Manager L B Runt was II Only (Ihose persons living within \
completely new; Idea andit shipped front Palm Beach County of 60 lbs. of 4-8-8 fertilizer to 12 ft of water It topped completely : March 31 payees will be assessed]|I',' Palm Monday Beach by Truman Steal Litsty. !-;j Instructed to write the Florida I the area are eligIble Little exists I I.I I ,.
effort In general have I. A disease called Blue ;Mold each bed. He estimates he has turned around and fortunately ; a -' cent delinquency I fee If I agent I East Const Railway '-.oncerritng to Indicate feeling on the
|c with success! Johnson said. often found In .North Florida 20,000,000 marketable plants i sank only about 8 ft.1 payment Is delayed past April i for tho project concluded l that. I the! \possibility of building two I question Sims said, but. a heavy ,
.. areas principal advantagesluie I has not been reported here yet, I from the canal's north. bank 30 this I fee will be supplementedby :: I I i as a result of their two days bIstacles i, additional. rrotsinK \points on the I vote is expected. A similar electlon ,,1/1/ I
there I it was felt the newest <> tracks between the present 4th will be held In Palm Beach
Industry Ito In the growth Johnson add thus leaving-the canal open, to: advertising costs. ..k. i' I'
.i healthier type of plant thanIL An outstanding example of tobacco traffic, It. was reported. During. February; when I-per I i to the work had "beenovercome I St. and lot .aI crossings at. the j J County the same day J
grows further north production In MartiniCounty DevelopmentQfEdgRiva I Capt.{ Milton L. Jones on the allowed| I and the bridge unldoubtdly City commission's session at thi According to the wording of '
cent '
discount was the I I
It I type with better :quality Is the 1,700< sq. yds.tbout ,;I westbound North Star was the offlea of County Collector L. C. j I will: become a realizi- !i, citY hplll last nIght (he act the new lands would not ,
I I tlon. The only drawback to the I I Icourt's The proposed crossings which' be liable for the district's 1
Id existing
1/3 acreowned
t greater productiveness, ttw ( by Parker first to arrtvi on the scene JO Klcklller reported gross'tax re-I I
I action_ Is a tendency: to' necessarily would( be built at bonded debt but
int pointed out. T Simmons In Palm City. minutes later and found, the celpU of $24.768.58. This the
lurtln County tt the furthest This bed shown above M it nine passengers and four-man 1 brought to $298,40903 or 852 per ,' reduce the bridge bonds' market j right angles with the tracks actually Martin County area would be ,
lm' tobacco can be grown forIpiient looks today. Is growing In sandy I Crew still huddled on the canal cent the amount collected I with I I value and need for giving: would be continuations of lluhl for one-third I of the malntenance. I II

north Johnson exllied loamy soil. n.... plowed and Is Under Waythe 1 bank. Hanna, reportedly visiting I $51.61094 yet to come. City full I assurance to potential buyers Camden and California Ayes, I repairs I and operationsI :

The State, of Georgia disked In December with an application at the time In Thomasvllle, Manager L. .9." !urlt., office reported '1 (hat the bonds lire e.curei I II I Board Attorney M O. Uttmani I I of the Inlet now being
embargo of 800 Ibli. of 4-t-t fer. I and pot In dangr of belnit ,i expressed t the belief that the vol- opened A 3-mllH.ax limit I 130-
i> an on plants grown __ I Oa. Is a member of the Portvntyes .February collection for I :'
faulted However he said, od ) urn? of traffic on the! present 1 003
n year) would set on the
old'Edg-RIVa Subdivision, i, Yacht.. Club. 1947 totaling $3,30974 bringing4o.$62,375e4 the''basis of the SEth board's history [ three) : crowingeventuallywouldforce (Martin .County area, without '
purchased ,arid platted!\ /QOIU.:]! --- ----- or 6S.' per 'tnt the,I this danger virtually nil,[f building more crmslflit I bond liability '
Week End Deters II day by the-.Makmty estate but amount collected with $27,74292 !I .:; .5
I llfsey on the other hand felt1confident Eurit also authurizednoiI I I There are at present three ,
ttrS 'never' placed on the market. will $4,750,000'Annual yet to come. ., he said, that the I I decide for the commission on future commIssioners If the election
; : provide building lots for some The 'discount. systems' are par- I, bonds can and will be sold without i requests for we bf the Civic i>I! carries! two new commissioner's II
Snook ISO 'more Stuart homes underdevelopment allel. The count, discounts In I the !ii Center unless he hit
; Big Caughtly I buyers' security being a given reQuest -, to represent the Martin County
plans announcedthis February amounted tor $247.89
i merited I
Cost ru frt d by the decision. consideration by section will be named by th
week by C. B. Arbogast as ; and the city's to 3310. I 1
Erwin: Johnwlck was elected the commission Itself A ban I' Governor to serve until Jan. 1, '
) FAY WARNERLwuIive incites Park N. J., and Dr. John agent for the now owner R R. club president' for the year start- '' was ordered against any tu.-ns 1951, when the terma of all five "

Secretary' Stuart 8. Reltneauer of Tenafly, N. J. ,I Wason, prominent. New York Industrialist I Of Flood PlanTallahaW RED log July 1., Other new officers'' on the red signal of the ne'll'lyI I commissioners would end.' An I !

Sailfkh Club wets' the fortunate anglers. Capt CROSS IN chosen Include l H. B. Kraft, vice-I 'i Installed stoplight on VS. 1 at election would be held in the I
I Contract has been let. for the* I Ben A. 14th St and Harold Johns Post'I 'II
Bob Fulford of the Dls-Orace j president: Redding I (fall of 1950 to elect fly? new commissioners ,
t was an ill wind that blew Incidentally, picked Up ft small building of some 7,000 feet of "w secretary Herbert Dugan: treasurer 63. American Legion, was voted for four-year terms. 1

one" any good that set In Frl-I cobia the same day. new roads In the replatted prop- the big' WORKERS PLEA and Col.! J Q. MaqDonald $200 lo help finance a Junior ,, ---------. 1'
y and continued over the weekI. The seas have now quieted erty, now known as Hlldabradi I South and Central florIda! flood' and Grover King, directors. ba.sr-buU program in Martin''' I

I. to charter 1 and there Is eYereason to exI Park. The new p.at has ben|' control program may cost landowners President H. M. Saimdrrs announced County lhii> summer. Easier Seal '
Up that day the I approved by both city and"[ of the area It Involves a Early 'I II 1
four members
II ,were. M active as they I pert th-s resumption of the extraordinarily county. The roads wilt be 16- maximum ot $4,750,000 annually $1,750 Collection| Outside new 04 I'' I
been elected to the club
ve tKt I\.U ""1101\. With vtslt-' I has been fl off n e Stuart salllishlngthere this/feet wide, with white pebble-top when tt getS Into full swing I I Districts are had 13 gu'sU! yesterday FREE LECTURE ON :; Returns? Urged' 111
The made F
landscaping I estimate was by
surfacing Complete -
: anglers trying desperately'; I I season, and without a doubt the Unreportel'Msrtln ... ,.
C. Elliot: sccrtary to the trustees TEACHERS
boats or work, themselves In Palm Beach boats' will be. is planned. DISCUSS MItt!o911ova I I
partIes |' usual the visiting firemen. .I' "The property will not be offered I of the State Internal Im-j: County chapter of the'! FEDERAL AID PLAN SCIENCE SUNDAY I Return of donation.., fo .1 the I!
Fund. Elliot
commenting :
until all ImprovimenU are; provement Discussion of' the annual Easter cantpulgrTHl H
proposed ; Seal ,
More serious thought ta being Cross Issued an urgent plea I !
Ton a fibbing standpoint last that while major engineering -
I In the local realtor said stating 1 '
given Ul time to tIns conservation I today to workers to turn in Federal aids to education bills' l, first. opportunity was .urgfett l
-k I be of details I of the 9205.135IlIIIPIbIiIIliIlIIIIIlIIlllliIlIIuIIIIliIiiIiiSI I ,-
< the et that the
was of the property
quietest I of the lallflsh. O. C their collctons.I for which are due to be intro- A free lecture t entitled this week by Evan!: Crary. tounI '1
-'t4 1 Ther was only\ one en.I!Smith, a director of the Stuart the finest residential type In I I I | Some, $1,150 had been turned I ducd: soon in both house ; of "C'hristlan' Science': Thel I, ty chairman as the drive headed 1 II"

In the fishing contest, for In.unee Sailfish Club and "proprietor of keeping with the area's development j jHlldabrad | Thirty to 58 Federal Engineers'j In to the main office( by noon Congress was held at the March I Science Gf Divine Mind" I I, for Its Easter morning con (

i .- a 3 -lb. amberjack I the Lighthouse, told us yesterday trnd. Park Is situated!I arrived In Indlantown this week j I Wednesday-with outside districts -II meeting of the Classroom Teach. will be given at 1:11: (lIunj, elusion.I The seals were mailed
'tint:; by Mrs. A. H. Ooe of he has ordered through to begin surveying preparatory still unreported. ers Association at the St Lucie day afternoon at Martin :i: out :arly last week and replies' 1-1I I
'Jimond, Va., aboard the Oan. Kurt Henley of the Eastern Air- on Fast: 4th St., just beyond the I to the proposed widening and I Urging all workers to complete states home of Mrs Eddie Lee founlj high School Auditor- ;,:' should be directed to the Cu/><, 1
t, Capt!: A. A. Whltlcar. Not tin-:*, which II sponsoring a fishing Atlantic Court Apts. high deepening of the Crow-State their canvasses, Chairman Phil Smith, Jr., Monday night. President lam bv MiFlorence Mid- |?ens Bank of Stuart \im ,
of I
'a t lonely catfish appeared at contest. the trophy he Intends school with 1JSOO' feet the frontige Canal. Although the project bas Pence said: ( Don J Romanello urgedall days C.S.B. of I.ns Angeles. Proceeds will be devoted almost 1..
Fire House to vie with HUH) to place In hIs restaurant on 4th St.'and St. Lucie been approved, an appropriaI I "Th drive can be completed I CTA members to write thlll'i! I Calif., Miss Middaugh in a entirely to. corrective wo*.' w '
his Thornton's 3/4 pounder.I Ja already''announced the River. 1 tions bill for II still Is awaiting :I In two weeks if all cooperate- congressmen regarding the' member of the Buard of Lee- lor children In this county The \ 1,

'et. 'while in Stuart proper trophy will bear a large plaque --- passage by Conreu.11111I11I111111I111111I1111I1111I11111111111I11111. I See the persons on your list today measures. tuieslilp of the Mother (t'hun-h | campaign committee also In4 !
thg reached the zero point t and each month there will be TOtRIST: CLUB TO MEET I "and turn all memberships Several committees made reports the First' Church of Christ eludes Miss Flora Stanley. H. B.or I

i'aIio of the storm and the Inscribed: theVeon the name of Moving pictures! ot Norway over to the treasurer Immedl- '< and a social hour was en- j I StlrntKi In Boston,-Mais. The 1; Kraft. John M. Law Jr Mro.J. .t: ,
jvj |eas in Its wak, over aten the Lighthouse, dock charter India New Guinea and West I 000 plan have been worked out I ately. Let's get 'over th top' by I toyed by the 18 attending, The public U Invited to hear the L. Mooney Phil; Pence;' and Arthur "
> there was song and re- captain who has released the Africa will be shown at the I no ono so far has given greatattention Saturday,,March 13." next!me'ting will be April 12 lecture, E. Sims.
r rI __ I

va been casting bread Smith said the trophy Itself will Ing at the Civic Center startingat I of the project.
waters In the form ,of be a statue of'a sallflsh being 1:30: p.m. Monday. business f The Federal Government would SPA Cruise Here March/ 1 < k
inmp, .the bread returned Inform released. meeting will precede the program bear the major cost of the proposed Plans 31-April 4\' I' ,11

of giant snook and the Th conservation of sail fish Is The public la Invited I program but the State ,

tire span quivered with element. of particular i concern to those would be required to contribute -- -- -- '._" -- ---.. j :

Perhaps that Is the who live In Stuart the year fools I $29,152,080for construction ._ Approximately 163 persons members of the natlonwld Sportsman able for tennis, shuffle-board Mich Edwacrt A. Link of Blng-- ,
I reason why the draw be- round, and for reasons most un alone. In addition maintenance and kwlmming (fresh and salt ham ton. N. Y., maker of Link
pilots Association and their wives families are scheduled
'me stucli.ro derstandable. In the words of and operation 'of the program I ,
to In Jacksonville the night of March 30 for the start and boating. airplane Irihtrument\ trainers:
( : would cost Florida about $3,000.- congregate j'I'
prove to Doubting charter boat captain a man water'I.
,. ,.. The visitors will be I. Harry Hood Bassett, Miami and ,
low Ik 81 LucIa It
sol |
MP ofi 4
Huh 000 The State also five-day cruise March 31 through April In Stuart. I
lomases tat thlsl rumor was who has fished here many years teWif.tr' lli. wwk ..dm, Dank I". ; annually.} : a welcoming cocktail West Palm Bach banker; Alex- '
l Just a fish story Joe Pitch-j and .to whom Stuart It home, ........ ......* Tl... P.r .....11. wouia nave to provide iana rigm I i Th SPA, now In its 12th year j ander P. > I
r.l.l MM I SaC I* nIa,0u, for kinkA.SiPM. and other easements firm has been secured for at Witham Field at the conclusion !I DeSeversk of New I
id \noted thereon a dozen Indiscriminate boating of sails,, ......... b W. H. ao.toIt which would run up the bill by I I i plane f
pf businessmen and
overthe Cr has b3Sn asked 12 pioneer '
t.w. The Mosley, who Is In charge of ry by the : '
another $3,108,000. proposal
JOlt, ranging front II to 25: there will be none to speak of : A.H.r.M. I nation who are 'private pilots making plans for the cruise pro- Florida members of SPA to be ,' Frank W. Hulse of Birmingham I I
>, to be nd 10 IS from now, 17 t IS sun still must bs approved by Con I I
seen or It 0,50
\ photograph- ..I don years I next year"or the M.j H.,. II (III .,.., Silt, I!*. great and the Florida ; and own personal airplanes. grant here, reported this week official greeter for the. City of I president ef Southern Airways; J 'f' I ,
Vio Mar. 14 *:M ltS In: Ill, ture.'I. Leglsla.j Three times thS SPA'scruise 16 .reservations full capacity Stuart A banquet of Floridadishes Harry K Playford, St. Peters,4, I'I
We a year
have by after, this captain J commented .,. ,
means' the year N IS 14:11 -
mplete lint ..-ofUucky anglers, "but I do know that the M... tt ,.I1>S> ... **lM 5ss think the area committee I Harold Wood I I
... II ._ II-H '," 41 bers at th? Sunrise Inn at Port Llghthoune tile\ night of AprilI IAS
l the debt. Elliot said. 'The heavy r of Birmingham and J. A. Bhartb [: !
among those Writ to catche I saIlfish could be wiped out of) ,
.. II I' ass "'H t 20th '
Ii. II 'li Sewall and more than 80 reservations I and Palm Beach: Night: will be
until after the I of selects '
come Ohio
big snook weri H. & Chllds.: these waters over a period bf f 'part-dulln't i Troy a point and A'I' 'I
10. Just in, one .Way, got five:, time and. If they are. Just what ; 10th year and by that time, the I for a cruise: and for the first have been received at I observed April 3 with a party I Itown I
the Pelican Hotel All luncheonsand and dinner danc l : ei' a club In ,
Wing n would WEATHER land will be more useful and one In 1048 the Invitation of
pounds A. P. Hatha- kind of outside fishing THE
; : son ,I
I that city. Four Greyhound buses Manufacturing Company.
dinners not specially planned I
municipalities will be secured Zack (
a Mosley Internationally-
>7. L. p. Poorman t Btellen I have to offer the sport .
/ E. Stuart .1
Roy Crane
'd ; reliable water supply.* known cartoonist. and aviation elsswhere will be servd the I have been'char.tered to take the of Orlando creator of r .
< (
George W ? ""'
The snook tilt dur angler charter boats F. .... p..I au-k .5 le5.i bSne ; He'added "all benefited areas -enthusiast has been accepted to visitors at Sunrise because! of party to. West Palm Bcah. the "Buz; Sawyer"; cartoon strip, e I ,N
began "There are more
tp >
ii. II..... U. e. _,It.. ,b.ucueSa OU&IaU0; contribute towards the Come to Florida. larger kitchen accommodation. I President of tho SPA is R. C will be among the distinguishediuts.
the height of the Frl- than ttore were ago .. -
torm now yean ..11. """ ria.' "
and iaught on and the boats themselves are T.p.uIace a..ee.. i ccwt.f This would include clUes The cruise will begin on the Mosley announced, adding that Oertel of Montclair N. J.. whoIs i"
were being .,._ .... nine cars, two station wagons I definitely her, Mos- The 13 Florida SPA members
aw feathers 'Vita better and faster, Better methods M. MIatMu. on IN lower Florid coast whose morning of March 31 when th expected : I"
': Upped pork'd. of catching sailfish\ have _. S ..n.$5use. : fresh' water wells would be pro I members take off for a handicap two Jeep!! and two cabin crullle"l ley said. The latter WM vice- ; Include Mosley, Playford Davit, I" ,

The utlflsh\ boats! started to I been developed over the, yart 11I 0 5 se Se .neMm. 'tected from salt water encl'OloCh'ment and navigation race over have been assigned to president last year Some of the Harry Bassett, Rex Bassett Jr. ,I 0
out j again Monday and Tues- taut nature has not Increased S .55 54M.n by the project. specially\ drawn courses from porting of the g\l''t.t'wherever' prominent members of the SPA of Fort Lauderdale.Thome Donnelley .f'

J. although the fat the birthrate of sailfish to compensate : -:' .-- ... J 'eeMm SeSuoliS The I. L board secretary. cal Jacksonville to Stuart's Witham they may Wish to go. I Include State SPA governor 'A. of, Palm Beach E. H.
fas culated that If the I Include vlrfually D. Da.vU of Jacksonville, Dates J. Roy' Hlme and M, X.Rlnker :. 1, 'I 1
'5 comfortable. Quit*, a few for this. Moreover, consider .., .. .at cias. plan goes ,Field. About M planes are expected The program-will president : ) ( '
nlto and scattered: .were what an important factor through the flood control area to be competing and 'I J every form of sport desired of a national grooJry chain; of West Pal i Beach P '

*>ght, but few sallflsbf kings On the radio 'phone on a charur ... e INCHUAI5PtU.kre .... ............. .. .. ... would pay about $200,000 In plans are under way to> tab care I A golf contest will be Henry B. DuPont of Wilmington, J. 8ons of Babes City, Theo,1,1 I'
become. Now the entire ,,-, .._ ,, ,., !taxes- for the first year of construction of them all upon arrival here. f held at Martin County Golf and I DcJ.; Walter H. Beech of Wichita -' dore Hardeen of Palm Beach and I I ,
"May, so far-as we know, the boat has ,, .,
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-Hook;; with Capt. Walt\8an" sailfish fleet can be-and u.n Nu.s -.: .- -., ,. ;:: ;:: ..,::>1i ; The levy would increase I Cooperation of the 'Palm Beach Country Club, -deep sea fishing Kans., president. of Beech I ,Arthur Bprott of Delray, j \ I
a, was the only boat to.boat' usually Is notified If a boat picks 5,5-"e"r"--- .. year by year until the Aero Corporation and A. P. and sightseeing trips are scheduled Aircraft Corporation; Eugene The ,cruise! will end with departures i j I I

Hflsh. WllUam Krn -( f Tal- up a school of sails. TOTAL ... ..:. -. .- .:w. (Conllmitil' O.* Fog Two) "Bert" Krueger, part owner cot1 I and faelllUis will be avall- DuPont. lcd of Qrosse Point,I the.. morning of April f.

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PARKER FILES AT SCHOOL $4,750,000Continued

skit night sponsored br the ,

+ FOR EOARD' JOB SPORTSimitMiiuiMiiiiiimiimiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii Future Homemaker* of America
Martin County JUahI (
'';' chapter at f from (
held In the ached' pagal)
t I School Till Wth year wlvn the

Florida Negroes. Need No 11\1 26 SEEK TIGER auditorium! will at be 7:SO 35 tonight cent Admission 75qooo nnuauy( would t

Uteracy Test. Moor : \ All clubs W LbS achool l have, That rate would eonlJlUII

M1n.1 Informed IHW% been! asked to present a 1)- the bonded Indebted!*
; PAC!; /f. : DIAMOND POSTSSquad mInute skit A priM of $10 will the district would wJ;
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Or & Park* ftl: yesterr be awarded for the best one and liquidated: That
j-: CLIO daj foe reflection I to the School $5 for the second best in the bout 40 years. would lilt
ATVAd Board (rum District 2 to becom % opinion/ of Judges Florence beeBerry
(Ii Has Two Letter-nsen, H R. Sfffen and Wary It would mean a PI'OptI*
the \lint) candidate to announce A / f
''J. week Opens Season Next i Hartman for private land: ovnta far,
the J.
duilhg Clerk
< I class. will from I mill to
WeekTwentyclx I d dI The schoor 'Junior)? bet a 'II
K pomej-oy' reported three! '! other not than
/- gpan hold a leap year dance at the more jo mm,
palm Candidates bad announced prev i players Civic Center from '-12 tomorrow atld The tat on muiuctn.!!

WHhifaclllt loudly l out hAd Hot tied quaUfy ; II I dtJ.lly"w Coach Charles are reporting Kindred night., erty probably would 'kTii
c lilt te,:,s until this\ Week_ They I ill as candidates, for Martin I --- Under the flnsncuw

.Ibl, m Judge A. R. <.10llU. ;Assessor ; I County High Schools baseball NEON PLANT IS outlined by the FedertiS.

... A C t:oursoii and KegWrar\ Mra, '' team which will open ita cam rf J (STARTED HERE IS went. cent local of Interest! V C. MARSHALL p ilgn! In Cocoa next week. I per construct ..
p. Dlakealee.Negnxe3 j'j'r but would J
H Only two lettermen. pitcher growing The come
I Stuart}a
In Florida cannot bereQuired Quite different( from and! closer Arthur Henry and outfielder Joe I munltys !first neon sign manufacturing only as each phase W the;lit;
FQRMATICN{ QF ERVIN / to pass\ literacy tests, to t I lioiiw' than, the Marshall Plies Smith, are Included In the con '" 4 plant opened last week i Is begun.
CLUB SET MONDAY before they are ,glste"tld as for European recovery U the tingent but Kindred reports, ....r in connection with King Signs The flood control am UK
voters, Watson\ had advised JohnJ about 10900000
satisfactory made 'J here accent ,
Mdl'l\huq rllill for Btttw Public'Instna'tkaf progress with I company on tM old Dixie
Moore!. at the Martin' County and Central: Florida
I Indications the team will be considerably first neon sign to be R .
All "Ervin For if Mir and the
Attorney den l Democratic executive committee platform' only about .500.000 !
3 Club" Jllll CUIullllutO' fix !State( .' improved over lastyear's r : made In Stuart went up on McGinn airy
seal i will bt formed in !. Snpr4'-| bs taxable Elliot said
aggregation that won only last *. _.
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Martin The Constitution does not require inl< iiJ 'il! of Public: liHtnictHin.wlui .
County at a special < |lone of Its 10 games bt the, first ) Robert W, King, owner, said:
1 f meeting called by friends of that a person tin able tu (iiixil| | In Stuart yr!>ti/. season of baseball at the school "We shape our tubing and add neon division of the sir 1 .
tead or writ. Ir order u> be "
h.lldld) Richard W. "Ulckvii General day on u (tnevnig ar<(iiaii In IS years. \ the neon gas In various colors pan. Two arr fatjc- his

:B>- ) Mandiiy. night j at the court :I wrote vulethe\ AS a Attorney matter of tart, no'I 'I II l.inirx" '' enmltaim| (; tup. Marshall : Fourteen games have been Included : ( .: Heretofore: all neon signs placed. Frank Ude, who cam hn,
I l ''! MulXm the card with .I" : have been,made else- Selma, Ala. and Perry
ktUUHfKrvin. I. added,the-' law specifically) pro- wise :'mpa"ird'.y| on 12 to beagainst { \ ..!' A in Martin ft*
former Asxlxtant! Attj vtdM I .;what .hull te don .hf'11 M, wnl Iv.liHmn: iHTWKjvtper} Indian River Conferenc, I II I t4 where" In the fit berger, resident, form t r 81oomqjC {
foes Fort Pierce will be ; ; : Three men are enCllled !
( lt'I"'Y Gen"ral. and proitUneiitin a J person: offering to register is nun and public rrlulumi. "fsUahas-* !legal! I.'h'tllesII\ illiterate,. The Attomiy General *. .1.I Ins nniwijn| ;!: IIIKII\lII"I.; I twice in May and two more tilts +j : : :: :::: oao"--==-- -
fBkURg strong support through ; klso advised( that there:! In nu -. -. .. .. .T are beingsought with Vero Tliij former t'ylc.ee'White, daughter :and Mrs, O. L WhHnIxtaine PALM
Beach. Games In Cocoa and Fort II CLUB
iut site; State, fTK-ndi herr de- legal bar to registration/ of ne POLITICAL BIDSANNOUNCED Pierce will be after dark, !I the bride of EIwwxl B. D igjn In a camllelrgl: net-vice at I II'

tUured. and tINt Martin oonntymnetlng \ I Xixieii a/l'/ D.mocrata, SO FAR : Thj revised schedule,. the Mrtlmtlwt Church. Itere Feb. 23 The. young ample' returned I X'NjLU NOIITH or STUART' ON
A perwh be actually and "'
will be uf 87 m.u'it\
one o"gpnmaed this went fiorn two-wnk vWt/ hi hi former home In BtlvedereN L >CDe .Al. HIGHWAY
slwultansou.sly throughout I 1 r physically present\ before a reg. March It: Cocoa there A > o I 1t
Florida: to push his campaifnSAIIUSH I Utration officer In order to be REPRESENTATIVE: Marvin March Z4: Tltusville; there! I Y I! DANt EVERY WED NITE
-_. registered tel vote in Florida II ItoHell, Henry f. Lyons and I :March, 111: Okeechobee there "
CLt'ltDIRLTORS WatJun has advised. He had George Keith April I: Melbourne, here ISRD WILL REPAIR TROXEL, COUTANT SHELDON BAKER ''TRie
MEETPrv.knent I been askd If a resident of Utimy COUNTY IpMAlISSlON: ; DISTRICT April II: Rae: Gallic, there =-=
--:- County now working inTennessee : j Shines + April i here CHOICE WHISKIES/ WINES AND
1 :: _. i Spinney' and Ransom! R. Tilton April 16: TltiiHVllle, here LIQUORS
Neat coulq! b? registered! on I '
ISIS Ro"d;
I called a special meeting ounop' of Stuart I a mall Application.. and then I (OUNTV COMMISSION, 1)13 April 21: Okeechobee. here State 'Department repair J R T. "Dick" Troxel and BOJTLE BEER'pTHE
SalMulh Club board of directors f I vote an absentee/ ballot. The Attorney TK1CT 1: Arthur K. Sims.COt'NTY : April Z7: (Clewktoa' there I crew was expected here today Charles Coutant announced thl8l)4 I ; PALM
for 8 p.m, Friday,, March 13 General said he could I ('(MISSION, DISTRICT April 29: Melbourne. there or tomorrow put the week the formation of a :)J CLUI
in the library of Stuart Civic I not I I a: C, M Fletcher and I or: May S: Eau Ciallle here drawspan In the Jensen Beach nershlp In business to accept all'!':oaoa:=oao r5os= ooo
Center A citizen can be absent from Brawn(1KLIIT May C: tort Pierce there I
Financial membership a county 15 months and still be OIRT JIDCiF-: !May 12: tort Pierce here bridge back In working order af- forms of miscellaneous Jobs un-j'
tans< tournament awards enttrliilnment considered a ICRB+ resident ot I 0, Kanner. May IS: Clewliton, here I t-r a Week of limited traffic der the general beading
and publicity com the county and entitled to be j I CONGRESS/ 4TII DISTRICT: t The gear box housing was "property maintenance and tm I '
mlii:ts will report and plans registered Watson has advised I UmlRht U Rosters. broken when the draw was ripened provement, Let'/ Do It Again
>tll l b* made for, speUal prtaoe If a person keeps' his residence MILK1II: in the Sportsman'' 'Club' ot In a certain place. and althoughhe (' JIIH.F' ';: Arthur K. I high winds, and Coun- small tractor, spraying machines I
America SullfUih Tournament net stays away bur .many months, dun Is. I'ty Road Superintendent A A. a mower and other
here March 19, 20 and 21. Intends to return, and does return TAX ASSESSOR: : A. C. Cour- Quints to Play Hendry detailed a crew of four tools to handle power! all types of 'jobs I I 'Fit' '
All officers and directors areUrged '. he does not abandon his son to the brldg to operate It witha Troxel said. They can be contracted We elected Ed Fraser
to be present All mem. residence. the Attorney General TAX (OLLICTORi: : L e KI k'l truck and block and tackle by the hour day or our State C Comptroller ,
bays, welcome concluded Therefor, If a liter' l As a result It has been to I
are L to attend, person Tonight at open whatever'length of time preferred I '
President! Bishop said don not abandon his real I CLERK: OF tlKClIT tOIRT: : I 9I traffic only four hours a day it was,said and may be., >19i6Ve voftjj for him
1 { dense, he can'reglster and vote J, R, PumerajrPROSttVTINO, I I I,,t-9 a,m. and 12-1, 4-S and 8-9 contacted at telephone 118-J Ot' because we knew he wu ,

(, CHARY EARNS HONORS ::- ATTORNEY: Basketball wll make Its last I p.m.The Stuart P. O Box 176 capable of efficiently 'k
I T T OufhtenwnSlFbRVISUR I SRD, It
was explained,
Stuart FERTILIZER: CONSIMPTIONThe stand here tonight for this season in this
boy, William F Cra OF REGISTRATION I has no maintenance obligations I serving us, hn- r
ry *0iv''ot Senator and Mr*. Evans I buteau of Inspection of : Mrs J. r. Blakeslee. I when the Stuart VeteraN Insofar as the bridge Is concern- CITY GETS UTrLE portant position We $tl "

Crary. has earned second'academic 'r the State Department of Agriculture -. tOtNTY KXICLTHE: COMMinKf.MfN will answer the challenge( of the l! ed: but agreed! upon request of FAIN DURING FtBRlARx"Only : believe In him, and regret
\ ; honors for the past reports 226 tom of fertllizvr : : L. 1,. Irlpp (Free Volunteer Fire" Departmentsteam Senator Fvans Crary to do the
mouth at the Holies School, material and 4492 Ions rinetl), R. B Krueger (Frecintti repairs at no cost to the county one-third of an Inch of I a technical question '
Jacksonville, It was announced of mixed fertilizers were: consumed 21 i, Myrtle!- Dyer (Precinct 1)) and. on the high school gymnasium ---. ---.- rain tU: on the City of Stuart I of law.kept him from the *
by U-Cdl Elvin 8 Llgon urlnelpai In Martin County during (<, II Tilton (Precinct 6)), floor The game will during February U 8. weather office. Now we voters f
start Immediately after the conclusion I! PRODUCTION OF FOOD IP
----- .-January.-- -< .... --... -- -....- ... ('OCNTSCIUlOL\ : Row ue II blPFRINTFNUENT Kollinx.. I II of the Skit Night pro-i J Foods, toed and related,products observer 'John Mann l"* reports I I hand a chance to prove
chow Rain came three
SCHOOL( BOARD: .U L. Williams ( gram which starts at T:30 In theaceool'i I Ip manur.cturett' Florida lays during the month on with a that we want to keep the
I. WE MAKE OUR OWN ( (Disir.rt it). Mrs, Sara W. auditorium, or at ape valued! at approximately $280- tall of .18 on Feb 25 bUog the right to choose our own

? I Hood (Dtalriit S)'and Dr J, D Harris tZwJ; : ; r. head of the I 000,000 last year the researchand bta vle&\. public) officials
NEONSIGNS Jar Her (OMrirt 2)). Industrial division of the It was the drtcit February I
lONSfABLE; tND\ DISTRICT: hollcngers, was uncommunlca.1 Florida State Chamber of Commerce tince 1944 when only a quarter
Alfred L. Bennett Harvey Shel- tive yesterday on : lineup Sat stated yesterday In Its
I ; nf an Irtch was recorded Normalfor
SAUS SERVICE MANUFACTURE I lon, and C. A. Ctinatopher I though be said expected. S I weekly business review "The the month Is 2'4 Incites
I, ONSTABI E, 41II DISTRICT: have /seven players. The Vets I manufactures of food for human March normal .is 3 Inches. i Regtstef And Rfr-detf
Will Fred Rein
KANt CAINTCO ADVEATlSl$6I I1 A. Deat and C. II \\'Ihlron.I probably start consumption and of feeds for J I
i I Ir' end Ed Howard at forwards Bill animals and poultry la oCcupy. 41 FRAS'ERCOM'PTROLLER
I I Bonsavag at center and Walter SALE NETS EDWIN I. (ED)
1 CARD: OF: THANKS i Rein, Jr. and Willard Well at, beg an' increasingly significant Sale at auction: of a :20acretract
I Mr and Mrs Carlton Forrest guards. place In the economy of Florida on the west ski, of Stuart
Total value of these STATE 1
Ii I lof Salerno, Fla., wish to thank Officials will be Erwin John has Increased about 299 products cent and 142 Iota under the Murphy
i : all their kind friends: rot their I 'lik and Jack Coleman since 1940.PASTORS. per Act of 1937 netted $641 at UM (Political Atfv Pa P for ky Local: Friends at Ed Fuser),

; .ymnalhy assistance and beau I II court house yesterday morning:. :__
235 Old Dixie Hi-w.y I t IIill+ floral gifts on the occasion MOTHER
StuartPHONE or the recent death of Mr. For- ': T COUNTRY CLUB TO PREACH: SUNDAY II I
i "rests father) Hamilton ForreetBui ItI' I
276 -- --.---- I Ladles :Day will\ be observed at Mrs, S E, Bannister motherof I Iat .
e I .'',..' Florida's woods Ist Martin County" Golf and Country the Rev W, O. Aldrldge of : t
like burning the dollars In your Club next Wednesday Acovered1 the Stuart Methodist Church

bank lint,_ .. _. .__ will speak on "The Shepherd
-,- + dish luncheon will beserved I Kind" at the 7':30 D.m. service I
i, at noon and all. women the church Sunday She and ,
members of the club are Invited. Mr. Bannister who have' !been
I An old-fashioned\ barn dance visiting. here from Toronto wan j
1. will be held at the club April return,horns Monday Her son ''i; 1 r
Gilbert Bar fishing LodgeMartin I :3 with prizes to be given to the will preach on "Christ: and His ,'M,, '
shortest and tallest dancer Mr. Love" at the M5< : : .,m. service 'ti x)
and Mrs D. R Hurlwin, Mr and Sunday o! ',,//1 1r.'H

Mrs. Harvey Homlar and Mr, and More than 40 friends called In :. \ '
County'sNey Ocejoifrpnt Cottage Resort I Mrs George Keith comprise the observance of Mrs Bannisters : t .. 14\ '
II dance committee '
89th birthday at her son i Wst
: :2nd St. home Friday, I,

Prompt application by qualified .
j Match play will begin MondayIn persona for retirement or ,
j Or The Ocean and Indian River-1 /, M i qs North of St Lucie Inlet- the let annual President survivors benefit that have 'V J
i i\ I S Miles South of Jensen Bridge on the Oc n Beach Road Finest bath. I Trophy tournament at Martin ben earned under the Federal I I I
t ing S County'' Golf and Country Club, old-age and survivor insurance : :;:'
"Pro Andy Hunter announced program was urged today by R. ,
"I'' SURF FISHING AT YOUR FRONTING boo GIBBS INBOARD FISH. yesterday Qualifying will 'beconiinud C. Oehrken, Jr., manager of.the '.' ..

BOATS I'OR THE RIVER AND NLET: through Sunday Weat Palm Beach office of the ; I
right, he added. Social\. Security Administration.
I A lesson in golf with the helpof Oehrken announced' a representative ,,,,try
I a blackboard will be given by would ba in Stuart at the
Hunter at the club tomorrow court house beginning at 10 a.m yWt RICHARD W. E 'IN

Completely Furnished night upon popular request Fee I Tuesday to take such applicatioN
[ j will be II 1 and the public la Invited and transact other business
under the H. ';
I program .. : Candidate For I

;a, ,'t! ', For House Kee] DODGERS WILL OPEN YES: SAILS UVE c .\;\'\ ;", ATTORNEY GENE ,
r 1 SEASON HERE SUNDAY RELEASEDindisputable '. ,
'f --:..,... Subject Democratic
: BOTTLED: CAS RANGES., HOT WATER LINt||S, SILVER, The Stuart Dodgers, who com proof that Sail- : prl'You ea

I i DISHES EVtRYTHING YOU NEED FURNISHE I piled a 14wln10M record last fish live when released If
I \ season' will open their IMS baseball property handled-was f...... are invited to attend of
f season against the West tailed her this put Monday for Attorney General a meeting th. Dick Erwin
Paint Beach All.Stan at Xlttle: when Arthur 1. Brown ofCreenneld Club Mania .Cou next Monday
J The Ideal Spot at o r M.
Summer at the M
I j ; Spring < Vacation Dixie Park at 8:30 p.m Sunday Mass, eaifht a T. court house. -

: Admission will be 7) cents feet, Incher, from the Moja Monday Marcia
( I r'J RATE $50 PER WEEK 'with Capt. Victor P. Lance, 'lion Day .y Dick, Ervl,J".'. baa beea eI.ai tad Organize-
Additional sports 11 and found the letters friends thrgng.. the State and
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I f. of The Stuart News today HD" stamped on lie UIL At aneetmga will be held in each co y 1n Florida,
{ Inquire For Rate For Parties least, that what tin letteringMk4 Your interest and .
.. CARD OF THANKS like. It ha4 keen .. Dick active support helping 't. elect
I :: i We wish. to express see al..- for seine time and was lffi- Erwin will be appreciated; I. .b pins Dic tEnuse
'J sere appreciation .. our many sell p N dlatlngvhhMEETING. you are helping Florida t. "ire at Iti I ,

f ;4' ; Write J. S. Stevens friends far '
.', i sympathy and ether .a'....-. special meeting of the City
l r',': 1 '. f. O.:Box OCJ.nMftBeac'-_ :J.t'JC.",, aloM .( klndneas followtaf the : Zoning Board of Adjustment will
: .. .. recent 1 low .f our dear. mother 'be ,held at city hall tomorrow
I'j Or Call at th.. Cottage Location.
I W B. Woedwa'4 I morning at 10 after the board -Paid
) ; '::11 I Mrs.. Mark Woodward scheduled session Friday was Political/ Advertisement!. ,

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faCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Horn* Telephone office" before 35-W nooq on Wafer Phras) 300MR& 'I I I IA.a.

MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor i. t

MET HERE WESLEYAN GUILD ST, PATRCK'S DANCE r1 MISS ATWOOD HOSTESS Mr. and :Mrs T V. McDonaldand Mrs. Grace O :Mennlnger who Mr*. Roy A. Sampley former "

IT M\S\ LYONS WITH MEETS THURSDAY SET FOR WEDNESDAY HODeDemonstration AT MATRONS LUNCHEONThe Mr and Mrs R. E. :Beards- has been visiting her mother resident of Stuart while. her husband ,I; i'
'!M March meeting Of thera O'CONNOR AT CIVIC CENTERThe Matrons Class of the ley of Detroit have rented an Mrs H. V Games, and other was chaplain at CampMurphy ''i

Stlckney Harper Chapter: of Mrs Edward O'Connor was Methodist Sunday School was apartment at Sunny Villa, Port relatives in Tropical Farms left is In town for several
D.A R. Fort Pierce, was heldLsday hostess Thursday' evening to the 4th annual St. Patrick entertained Tuesday at the Bewail, where they plan to remain today for her home In Topeka, days this %w ek on business M "
at the home Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist Day Dance by the St Joseph' NotesBy March luncheon meeting by Kan. She was accompanied by guest of Mrs. Luette Fulford She
fternoon Church at her Stypmann Ladles Society of the Catholic Miss Celia Atwood and Mrl for a three-month' vacation her sister, Mrs. Bess Cowdry, and Mr Sampley now live In I : .
I Mr. Emest Lyons hew, with Bird. home Mrs. H A. Kindred Church will be held MISS LtCIU: INSCOE Emma Slsson at their Camden who Is on a months vacation Eastman, Ga "I
member and guests In at- president, opened the meeting i Wednesday Ave homo The business session from bet office with the State -e-
,dance A business meeting with a prayer and Mrs O night at the Civic Center Music From March t through March Included discussion of plans fora Mr, and Mrs Albert L. Weber Welfare Board in West Palm John M. Law, Jr Is In Melbourne l. ,," ,
Li held at which Mrs H. H Lukens gave the devotional R.j by Bill Dohert/s Orchestra fell 1 was National( 4-H Club Week aeries of games parties in the of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, are Beach. this week en' business \ '';'\\,

[ of Stuart and Mrs Dan W D. Barber presented the begin at 1 pm Admission WIll The theme, Creating Better will near be future Dates and detail vacationing at the Virginia Apts ," .' J"
announced later
peon gram be $1 a with half Homes Today for More Responsible He
person price Is Democratic candidate for
Cart of fort Pierce were ael ] At a business session It was for students Citizenship Tomorrow" la Mrs. Roy C, Sampley! of Eastman H
l pled Into membership Featof voted to start "surprise basket" ,one that should stir the heartof Oa,, teacher of the class State Senator from. his district' ASTER p
Plans were completed for the ,
(he meeting was a talk by among the membership to raise every citizen In our country. while her husband served as George ) EGGS : ,
[, Stanley Kttchlng on the pledge of $100 for the church benefit for the new 4th SL This theme has grown out of a chaplln at Camp Murphy during Costello general ;field I'' r,\ \ !
nraodore building fund. it was also votedto Church Tuesday night at a Join program that 1s built upon sound the war was an) honored guesl director" Southeastern area WILL BE THE FINEST I. f, \ ,
Infer, days along the east have a covered dish/ supperat meeting at the Woman Club principles and upon wblch the Members attending; were'Mrs. J J. American Red Cross visited the 0\1\" (' i ;
lust, after which refreshments I of Y Harper, Mrs A. C Courson, W. Have Ever MaoV Please Place Your '
the April meeting at the parsonage of the Ladles Society, the :Men very destiny our country is Martin County Red Crass chap \
Ire served The hostesses, Mrs C. H. Alexander Club and the CYO Fast successes depending Mrs. J, D. Rhodes, Miss Mabel ter last week. ORDER EARLY toSAssure Delivery If' ;:
s. F R. Horton Mrs. Dewey was welcomed 'as a new member of this mid-winter socla It Is easy to go on in a busy Anderson, Mrs J. F Bozone, Mrs -- u.' FRUIT and NUT COCOrAlT EASTER EGGS ,
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L. Decker
Mrs. L. Woodland
community life and not take the t';
Jy:i, Mrs. J, I* Coleman, Mrs. Others attending were Mrs, R. event indicate a capacity attendance Mrs. Evans Mrs Robert Zubrod special Held
V. Johnson time to learn something about Crary, C. H. Names on Eggs Will out Charge
and Mrs. Mrs Arthur Powering Member of the, society representative ot safety services
C Wsrllck. Lyons the local 4 H Club Summers, Mrs J. J. RichardsMrs ,
Mrs.'J, W Keller, Mrs. Hubert have organization We Use Only Quality Ingrjfltenta In Our Candies
tickets for sale, and ,
J B. from Southeastern 'In
Mrs N.
ractlve: : flower arrangements Clements Mrs W G, Al. they also. be purchased at Its history and Its objectives It Buckey W I area, Is
Ire contributed by Mrs. WUlaI drldge, Mrs Frances McClosIfy LaPolntes may Jewelry In the would bj well If we would stop Barnett and Mrs. Edna Coutant the Martin County Red Cross I
Shop this week' Mrs Bozone: Invited the class: to MILDRED JH SWEETS
I Ransom Leach. and her houseguest, Mrs A. M. Victory Arcade. and take stock of the chapter! this week. Plans are ,
meet at her home In
4-H Club work In the county the Bessr
Jones. Mrs being made for classes this
Kathryn Oaeta, Mrs.Frank
Ask these and Addition in AprIL Rams Bldg, Stuart, Fla. ( I':
Class. Mrs. Clyde PIrtle, DUTCH TREAT WINNERS yourself questions spring and summer in water I
Mrs. Edwina Mink, Mrs Ruth Prize winners at the popular score yourself, Let each question GROUP ATTENDS safety and first aid '
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Stevenson, Mrs. Kenneth count 10( and watch your total 1 SCHOOL j
SUm Dutch Treat Club bridge game I I
(Answers at the bottom .Don't, BETA CLUB CONTENTION ti J
melt Mrs, H. ).
Greene, Mrs at the Civic Center last Thursday -
Curtis Whlllcar, Mrs. Lester were Mrs M. Frey, Mrs peek till you have acordll'!) Emily Morrison and John ) I'' I
thiiiij Sheridan, Mrs. Lillian Hansen Howard W Neal Mrs H. Hoev 1. How many 4-H Clubs are I Haromy of the Martin County
and Mrs C. E. Schroeder enburg and Mrs Paul Lord there in Martin County? High School Beta Club were of. I
3. Where they located? i iSAllr
are .
3. What' Is the approximate nctal delegates at the State convention Annual St. Patrick's Ball
In Tallahassee Feb. 27-

meet enrollment 4. Where?and when do they 28.John They Gray were, -faculty accompanied sponsor by, SPONSORED BY ,,I i'i'I ''

Slainuimer and Jerry Ann Ii'' I
The 5. What
is the motto of the
Style Shop
""a 4-H Club? Smith, club members, and Mrs. ST JOSEPH'S LADIES Ct. z I .
.. What was the first 4-H Club Ralph Ulmer. who 'drove themup NITRIC I"I
la her car SOCIETY
111 called?
The meetings Were held at the HI .1! If '
T. What is the emblem? I )
floridian Hotel and the Stuart f
8. Who directs 4-H
the Club
1N1933 work in a county program? delegates rtported Inspirationand MARCH 17th \ 948 I 11
many new Ideas from meet- I !
(. Are there any local leaden
log with the 300 young people CIVIC ,
helping with this program and
from over the State.
_ who are they? :

4-H Club work located? AT CHURCH ANNEX 9:QO TILL? / PRICE $100SANTO'S 'I ,
1 President Truman has this to I II, r
say concerning National 4-H Mrs. C. 0 Titus was hostess Iq
Club Week at a covered!! dish supper when \
THE WHITE HOUSE Wash- Loa Amigos of the First Baptist -
ngton TO THE 4-H CLUBS OF Church met Tuesday at the annex -
THE UNITED STATES; You are of the church. The program '1A 1\
to be congratulated on the theme. "Home Missions." was 'IQUE SHOP
theme chosen for this year's Na- resented( by Mrs J. P Blakes-
IN 1933 kmal'4-H Club Week, March 1 lee. Stress was placed on the
to 7. Creating better homes today revival meeting to begin March NOUNCES- ilf''
g for a more responsible cltzenshlp -i 22 here and to be conducted by ,
AGABlsc tomorrow It Is a I Dr, Kelly White Miss Luclle Our View Jj
message that U deep-rooted In' Inscoe led the devotional service Li,1: Iii't' :
Ill White the American way of life. .j islng excerpts from the study Oughteripon fI I ;
r or Nylon $3.50 In the family circle we learn book, "How to Pray," by Dr Tor- i : .
I Office
r kite Cotton $2.50 by dally I experience that :libertyarries i eySt s. Jealty ,
: with I it some essential ob- Patricks Day decorationsof
fl that each of must I with shamrocks
r Igations us gay green j
respect if we are to Insure harm-' gave; a seasonal touch. Other HAND-CARVED> CORNICES .1P,
mlous family living. In a high'y present were Mrs. Margaretrl'ggett fk i and DRAPERIES s
scientific age like ours this Mrs. Charles Jackson, Naos oaoea ...u':1: I II
concept b one that should extend Miss Olney Eurlt, Miss Ruth Ham 7
r C.w. a we rill b wa a Jew wia..l
beyond the family Into the and Mrs Arnold Bauer. ,..IWrw I ,rt\ I f I IJ
larger community and the human -- J "t W. 1... ...rbl. a. A rare.. '
vw twntmgm raWM N .n ,. erkyir.e wa "t r ;( ': .
rw'heck society of which all of us VADA WALDRON CIRCLE I CklM mM :' I
", are a part hope ;you sue- CHIRCH .

teed In your and goal of with reaching I The Vada Waldron Circle of Hand-Carved MRS KELLY /EZZONI "..4. ...i... ........ i. f
every boy girl rir
your hj Baptist Missionary Society OWlsJl t ..t ri4j .! ,ourSANTO'S
; today low Cf%hound BLACK T<*FETA ONLY $5.95 message met Tuesday afternoon at the Cornice .

ares against the drastiVne of Harry Truman church annex with Mrs. C H.
ivtnfoosta Greyhound t h V tre'ven ANSWERS ABOVEt TO QUESTIONS Munch as leader Mrs C. L. ANTIQUE SHOP ; :

lower than 15 yean a, e Six oggesa presented the program
Girls 4-H Clubs. J Jensen
)0 GREYHOUND-SA theme, "Home Missions" bring- Oughterson Building, Stuart, Fla.
Beach Indlantown Stuart
} tog out numerous- interesting jll
lepfaeL&4d3 (e wee, !three clubs) and Salerno 1. acts of present-day developments ,
V. ., Ninety girls 4. Twice a monthin I
leap V. Ci.we In this field of church
libraries churches, cafeteria
ware a wttrxoIIND'w work. Mrs Phil Maxwell continued -
1S / I and Civic Center 5. To Make the study course of Dr'orreys r-i 1.1 fl!
the Best Better 6. Tomato Club '
BIITMOtfND ItaTIONI'hinliolmi
IUS book, "How to Pray WISH WE'D STAYED
and..Corn Club. 7, 4-H Clover I'' ,
annual for
w. phone MlOR 1I The special offering

a.for Home girls demonstration County Agricultural agent taken he' Annie. Armstrong fund- was 11 IN FLORIDA LONGERI I 1r: !

Agent for boys. 9. Mrs. Jack
Others present were Mrs, J
I Saunderson, Salerno Mrs P WTlllls 'O
; M Phillips, Mrs. J. A. AunbornMr r : ,Ill:I
Indlantown; Mrs Rlch-
: 1 1 243 ceola Stuart, Fla.I and R. Wallace, Palm City; Mrs *. W. E. Wallace, Mrs. R O u' :
I Sharp, Mrs. C M Fox and Mrs
W T Krowars, Jensen Beach. :
H. W Munch. Refreshments
10. Olrls work: Florida State ..
were served during a social hour
College, Tallahassee;; Boys work: which followed the business and llj"q.
University of Florida, Gainesville -
program hour "

"... ...--.r- I
T A. P, Patterson, Scout executive Sara Helen Rolliiu1senlor at _
of the Oulfstram Councilof John IB Stetson University, De- 7 .-.-... ,
simulated the Boy Scouts, has announced Land, was presented in a student ,
,aa.,es Joe McCoy and Jack recital by the School of Music I
mouse of the local high school Tuesday Mum, Rollins chose for .
acuity have been added to the her piano solo "Ballade In A Flat
official( board of the council MaJor" <( pared with the Girls Quarteton
E y r t p + Mr 'and Mrs. U W Fib ot the same program, singing

Independence, Mo.. former Stuart "The Ooblins" (Park) and "Two I IS DELIGHTFUL .
residents,, are here for a Little Magpies" (Wells). and was >r*
iree-month visit with his sister, accompanist for other artists on ;
.. ;; e"" b famous Mrs Franklin Jones, at Sunny the program npglb w
Villa Port Bewail. They droveto I Miss Rollins is the daughterof
M Miami Monday for a sightseeing I Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Hampton ;, Why hurry beck North M uncertain weather, perhaps to

YI K tour. Rollins of Stuart ,_ ______ ___ w w a al mud and a dangerous use of Su, just because: the

d C la Florida the months at*
?' n '1/ cadu says its Spring spring 4 4v

; the tovelw of the year

HERBERT LASS 1Lgr1 dully' a fresher jeers' creeps over the evergreen. ii; i, r

a ? Floe landscape Buds bunt into symphonies, of song 11 '
!mptna1, internationally known rn e a a ., Flowe [bloom in greater profusion. Bathing iun.tanning.ung .

,. +'a [or the world finest cultured Design Buildi 5 :' golf, 6 and other outdoor diversion ace at their. best.

OUARA and. now brought all their (Homes of Distinction) vl "' Tbs s in ideal lime to invite JOUr friends to.visit the

e e + r'"er.. ave'owr "'..a' .aa ill 1 craftsmanship to these. East of Florida. .Or, if you area visitor here plan r ,

a c jewels of equal stlnction-- v tl1 pro car slay through the beautiful spring months, ;I ls
beautiful a w Fine coach and Pullman, trains are avulabteEast .
No ', you can. own o a I ough
5'e s ee: pear st the lowest 'of cost uitb' ':. r w e sect else f rida. Coast: Railway not only during the rj rjs"

w .HI. sacrificing quality for each fine I have available rie .present time a good s" e winter but ghoul the year '

necklace u guaranteed fnwr. Mat
building orfanisaJRm ready to give Immediate
fine collection
we mow you our mlrvwt e4 iraarfnr JT.l..heae
construction for four new house business' buildIng .
15 j
or resort plJ.ct. ..Y

C. & E. LKER See Me Imme 'It.l, at my Home In Sunny l FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

Acre Subdivision Vensea Beach.aaoJY. 'i JArs/liut r.n1aseltwtiols'


47 OS EOL.\ AVE. STUART, FLA. -. i

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PAGE rom ----- THE S1't1ARr"tWS'SttrAaT' MARTIN Ct'1ttrnoal1) >&, TSfRSDAY, MARCH H, 1 4Ilin

BENEFIT CHECKS$! DOWN to $1844TIS In February 1947 .Palm City! News Homan ,have their new horn almost In Jensen Beach Mr and Mr* Robert Momm, McCARTY IN cAMPAIGN MARaiAC "PLIt .
February down completed to which 1 home In ON LOWER; EAST COAST AVad D. .. WOOl
Florida benefit payments. to payments! were they; have returned to their I ...* J>f..... Ural. K.M "to.' .'.
unemployed civilian (97.460 from January 1948 due expect to return next fall By CHARLOTTE HEUJER\ New Jersey Dan t.rh
and veteran March 11- 5.555.
combined. mainly to the re-employment ol OHIO VISITORS Mr. and Mr. Sam Horaarf' will Mrs J:. O. Whltlcaf returned Fort Pierce, __rt a Tarn '
II *, totaled $1523.- cigar worker temporarily laid Have Monday tor Penna Furnace Mr and Mrs. Martin Coulter Friday from Brooklyn where she McCarty will take hi ampal n 8555. 1555 PvdL 5.ha s.
I } 820 during February.._compared off In January, .. Pa, They art rejoicing over and baby daughter Sue, have has been visiting She was accompaAled tor the Governorship to the _ash.4' __
;";t'' I'. --'"- the birth of a granddaughter returned to their home in Pitts. borne by ber sister..' east coast next week: -la- One hour of fowtt
-- FETE FAMilY born field Mass, after two lower (IIrt
l.\ to Samuel Jr, and Alleen spending Mrs. H. Bjarek. speaking the heavily destroy hundred ,
and 01[
L SALES See Us For Roman Monday at their home weeks with Mrs Coulters parents Palm ch-Broward- 'eaza
at Penna furnace\ Mr. and Mrs. SeymourGideon. CHURCHES or CHKUT SCIINTISTXtllRTANCK populated ITO""III.[
I', _PAtE & F I.I.i tl l Repa.j re sad WITH PICNICBy Mr apd. Mrs W. J. Jacobs of I <. Ik. lubjMt .! Ik.Ln Dade arcs.McCarty.. in Wa speeches thisweekurged I ,
i I .,.A I ... .... ....;wt. Dorset, near Ashtabula, Ohio Mrs.Joe Heyler, who has been >im Sera.5.kub. will W .... I. strong nnanclal aiip- Toda,',=-Milk _1 TP.
t. CLIO SERVICE;: Part and grandson. Richard Anderson the guest of Mr and Mrs A. A. out OnrnliM lk, vorM W Ckrt.l.. VwHtan sd.ul.t.. M.rck tha.b.. 14.PMl port tar the itate school systemso ,
AT Vf" MRS. ANNA B. DAY and Mr. and Mrs J. A. Hendry has returned to her T" a.ld.s Tat ht. 'no .nr. 0 that It win bt"aecond to none educed
Baker of Ashtabula arrived Saturday home In New Jersey 5.d. 54 aid I..MUd fa a.5a. Ti,. his
.. nation. H reiterated
t.ltafulr." I.e. the
e..aau in
Ad ARNOLD BAUER Mr and Mrs Olenn Anderson by trailer to visit their Mr ahd Mrs Apo, OadlnhO ( M IKdlf. Ml opposition to a general sales tax
,.. .
and children. Darlene and Lit Ohio friends here left Aa.5S eta HmM ,554. .ab. I and
span They left Saturday for their home tn 111. 1Ao.... -. to 0.foil..,.. f.- referring to the fight he
Palm St Lucie Boulevard \ Phon. 142-W ry1, of Orwell, OhW were honor Wednesday to Visit other Ohio Buffalo. They have been guests ..... .tuklr. Wh.l .4..tk. II .!.(.., a, others,IM tn the 193 session to steurixejIn
WUlufacltti _guesti last week at dinner friends on the. Florida west of Mr and Mrs. Elmer DeWlt b51kn., ... th.5tA.. fI .a, M Y.Y I defeat tales tax m asur J Mlrtin
( a
a picnic ho/Ib 4 k* IH>C wk r w (it krin __ Coust
.. -
... -
-- ------- ..-. -- -"- --- arranged by their Ohio coast and Mr. Sophia Harbrecht. kl'..f rea. ..... ...rTk .... --- -
Mrs.Frank Lone, niece of 8 O h..< (.Hk, ..4 I k... 5,0.1. ..hort ....... ..t._
lbly Friends hf.1'and! held on the Mr, and Mrs Clarence Peterson > s. f.llit wlth.ut .k, ... ., ..J .01 ."rda.a.dI. .. a 55 BaratV Dai
JANfc. PARKtKS lawn of the Mvrlln Mead! home Crews, was the over-night guest have returned to their ,r will ._ tMr a., funk br a, work.- .d Sea 5.116... obl.h. abukr, d./.1./.. d dm
sue/ on Palmetto Their Monday at the Crews home and horn} in Twin Lakes, WU, They ,4.1._ 5,14. ..151.. klnd, rl.6a.H. ...... a.'.
Fresh,, pelicwu Way Ohio The ........ ...... 5I.5, ""'.1_ t'. Cod 0. kM/ .f Aka
friends attending the gatheringwere left Tuesday for her home at have been guests of Mrs Peterson tN..l.e ..._.. tees ... t'kuei.. ..If... to.u..... A.a5w bad.d...1416' P. O. Box 2r
Mr and Mrs Myrlln Mead Daytona Beach 'a aunt,Mrs i. w Johnson, .5.1..5, .,t......... _a..d NSha.Bh ... ,..d..._ IIhln'' Im..d. r5_.... 5155Me .5e.A' .
j DONUTS and son Merlin. and daughter! I I Mrs. W. A. Long of Daytona at her home in Rio. h.....< ;, Myrna. and Mrs.Maynird Mead Beach. sister of fi. G Crews. arrived Mrs. I:. H. Smith 'of Rio ii
/ 'Mrs. Annie.Cljmcr. Mr. and Mrs Tuesday at the Crews home spending the week in Miami with
4 N ) Plain, doz:, ...1 17c Don Palmer and children Keith and left Wednesday for Delray her husband who la in Pratt
I'Lee and Fred. Mr and Mrs Dan to Visit her mother, Mrs Rebecca General Hospital at Coral
3 Sugared, doz, 18c Wentz, Mr. apd\ Mrs. Warren Morton, until Saturday Gables FGP sat.ch .
Milander and chlldr-a.! Merry Mrs. Morton, known here recently Mr, and Mrs: Arnold Taube Anthony Spec als
-, New Lower Price I ana Danny. wn. Alice Mallory fell out of a trailer when lad as their guests SaturdayMrs i2.13
1 f and John Llpps and son, Lloyd 1 alighting and sustained a hip InJury Joe Woods ot Hobe Sound. Food
From Penna Furnace near State Mrs.Alice Woods of Philadelphiaand Complete Line of Birds Eye Fraften
I t.5sM1.14WKa.U "A'Q JANE PARKER College, Pa. were Mr. and Mr* Mr and Mrs. R. F, Worthamwere Sam Whlttlmore of Miami. --- -
Sam Homan and Isaac Harpster.Other buslnew visitors Monday in Mrs Seymour! Gideon entertained [ARKET
SPANISH (IAR CAKE 43cANN guests were Mr. and Mr West Palm Beach at two tables of bridgeat
Fred Walton and tour children Mr and Mrs P. Lee HIgbee her home Tuesday afternoon Hills Bros. vacuum Packed! 1 Armo Star Lfc
--- I Mrs Charles Stosse] and daugh- and children and mother, Mrs Those playing were Mrs O It
PACE DE CIOUS, CREAMY RICH: I tr,, Francis Mrs Jack ROwe and A. N. Bursonl!,'spent Sunday in Alderman.. Mrs Lewis Gamble COFFEE 55c lJ 0'' LAMB 69cFresh
Mrs. M. M. Baker. A delirious West Palm Beach Mrs Adolph Hertel Mrs. R 8. ,
SALAD DRESSING 33cANN dinner was served and pictures Robertson, Mrs. E. J Ward, Mrs.
pint J. K Robarts who was hosltallzed -" --'"" Mi' esota Fresh FroacnFIWU
of the group were taken by Merlin ,
Mead The Andersons left the> Pratt for General several weeks at Nelson RINSO ::; 37c
PACEPEANUT Hospital L .S9cPhillip.
Monday by train for their home. Cord Gables returned home, Mr and Mrs Carl Momm who ,. .
All the Ohio group listed above I have been visiting their parents" .
BUTTER ?: 35c peb 28 and U recuperating Cream Style
have built new winter homes Mrs. Elizabeth Kummer of All ands
here and also Mr and Mrs. Sam Stuart was a recent all-day V Y. after a month s-visit hereat
------ guest at the home of Mrs J. D the home of Mrs. Anna Me COBN2.r29c 2 :: OLE. 38c:

PR C TPRfS'ERvtS Petty.W Dowell,-.left Friday for New York _'-.
I ?: 47cMarvel ,....Lt.' J. Griffin who has becQ Mr. and Mr. Henry L. Paulkof Florid- Crystal Factory lackedSUGAR ; Kraft KayCHEESE- rural;;
1141Jf.THE Ill 1 for two months In Martin DeLand were overnight guests
V'It County Hospital and at the home Saturday at"th. home of Mrs. 5t 5 45c : 65c
j ot his daughter at Pahokee, returned -, Anna B. Day Ib '_ _
!! Fru/U & Vegetable OST COMPLETE home last week much Fred Holly who ha been confined .
SOUR RYE -- ..- -- RET AI AND WHOLESALE I improved. to his home for the past
r i iI I Mr and Mrs. Fred" Krumm of I week by illness I Ia Improving and ANTHONY'S ECONOMY; MARKET'
BREAD pieps 5 Ibs. .49clolb Cleveland arrived Feb 29 for: expects to resume his regular
Mb loaf lie! weeks visit at the home of I work soon 300 SO.AKRON AVE. rSTUART, FLA..
S eel Juicy bar IN THE I ALM\EACHES brother and Wife. Mr. and Mr and Mrs Joe Elbach have YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI.SELF SERVICE GJTOCERY AND MARKET
1 Charles Krumm. They left moved from the former Taylor
Sunnybrook Creamery | grapefruit ... 25c 417 OKEECHOBIT ROAD day to visit relatives at Mr"i home on Palm City Road! to a PHONE 143 FOR FREE LIVERYBORDEN'S

Butter, lb. c :/reah PHONE 2.3ls1 Beach farm home near the Barat
Bernard Bergen of Dairy
BITffieets 2 bu. .29'c.
CHED taa>.aaa
Cheese Foo f Green Stringless2lb. BETTER

1 loaf. .0 ;Beans, 2 lbs. 29c aETTJICOOKS r2 & 10/s/ 40A1111 l0 INCt t01s ,
Ideal for Toasted Crj.Sandwiches ea a
Sweet sEtECo
I I '
Potatoes 3 Ibs. 29c _
-- ----- 1 ,
8 O'Clock -
u. S. No.1 Maine
COFFEEI I POTATOES10lbs. 9 ak. c

2 1 3-lb.1-lb.. bags bag $1. I 49c CE MARKET i1Ii:; FOOD BUYS 2VERY DAY IN THE YEAR

Delicious: Hot or Iced Feed Your Stock SLIVER COW

Crispo Il-oi. pltg{ Tallcco WHERE YOU WILL I RECEIVE MILK, 1. 2 tall cam' 25!

I Snaps .' .. ...2Oci cratch Feed F GA-RED
i : ;lv"ani.ei--+- 0 Ibs. $5.49 .

Buckets 1.0-qt .. '. 39c Ibs. ---1.43-- Where Prices Meet the:Requirements of Your Budget TOMATOES 2 no. 2 cans 251/
flic'airy QUALI1
SO ft. WireClothes

r'' i Lines .19c 100 Eggash s. .$5 49 GROCERIES // MEATSAND KILLERS '.. ,- 29)ROYAL) 1 I 2H"1: '2!

WHITE-HOUSE-- 25 l s. t:43: EGETABLES .


3 Tall cans .....39c 10016 $5,15
Paas Easter Egg Horse Feed / MARKET2ND
Dyes pkg. lOc CENTRAL SUGAR 5 45/1/
1 O lb .$5.15 package


'/4-lb. pkg. .. .25c SUPER RIGHT CORN MEAL b' 39c

3 IC-os .

lona,1-Ibpkg Tomato. 87c 1RWAS Ib. _JJC } SUPER ETTE DOG FOOD' cam 25c \VEGETABLESBirdjrye

1 2,No. 2 Cans er b Quick: Froien, Sliced !
Juice_ ...23c 7 C rs. 19c PEACHES, 16-or. pkg. 27c
Nabisco Cheese EMBOSSED: WHITE (110( countT 4-" Bi & y., Quick Frozen :

Ritz, 8-oz. pkg..23c cId t MB ALBERT TOB/ CO, 1 Can .. .... lOc PAPER PI AS, Package ... 9cROAST.

I'1 t ;i, Nabisco ShreddedWheat ipPS 45Hath' FROZEN CLOVERLEAF R&LLS, Pkg. of 8 .................". ,.-23c NAPKINS 2 27 c' Qifornia SunkistMONS -i

li'l) pkg 18c P ur. PorkSAUSAGE OSAGE GRAPEFRUIT JUICX 46-oz. Can :.................. .... ,16c i packages : i (doz. ,
t I All Vegetable 49CSunnyf PILLSBURY'S FLOUR, 15 Ib. _._. ._ ................__.-47cKRAFTS' S. No. i Cobbles I
I Shortening ,
SPRY MAYONNAISE, Pt. Jar _.._..L.............._47c ii9Midsummer 'QTATOES. 10 Ibs. .

1 Mb31b, ... 44c eld Sliced KRAFTS SAtAT) DRESSING, Pint Ar ._?.... ._.... .. .. -37c Freestone Yellow /Fancy, R.d, Delicioua 1 i

I j 1.25 BAG IN 75'J JLux NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT, Pkg w..;..._ ....,.,.......... _,..17c PEACHES Na:.2%, 25c ; [APPLES, '2 Ibs. _.19c:

CHURNGOLD MARGARINE, ain .: ......... _-38c


: I. Soap,2 reg. bar 19c Vel,1 pkg. .32c PEAS; o. 2 Can .,,., 25c R ath4 Bl.ekluwk Armour' Star Veal

i:' t i IJ '' Swan Sup 4 Lrg, pkg, BORDENS MILK, Evaporate Tall 1 fan, 3 for ,.. ..41c BACON tin.), lb., so* Bonelea* Oren 1

Soap, bath bar ..,18c: o d3 Nescafe, 4-oz.+ .. .,..... ...39c ewe orteni ng, 4 lbs. $1.30 1 LB LAYERS, 1i. -___ .. 8BLACKHAWK .ilb.__ 4
-- --
0 ct C.B
J ar. Tender, Juicy en er '

( I !I I Life Buoy Toilet So p, 3 b rs. .25c Chuck Roast, Ib.Lean .._.. ,.49c Smoke Butts, lb. w y 63c Sbloin! I or Bottom, und us- DICE CORN-FED BEEF #I

!! I'1 Soap, 2 bars << <<19c K" ms DDT Added. Meatjr--* End Cut La M ty Cntr Cut Pot I

< \ I 4 1-,, Sp ay, pmt' .25c Pork Chops, Ib. ?_ .... .......49c Neck ones, lb.' _. ... STEAK .I 79nniiST. 6
\' Lux ToiletSoap -- I I II --'---- IL___....__ _
)!' \ Sta '1 Crystal CELERY, 2 Stalks .J5c 0 S _H,. 5c -

i : I' ; bath_ bar 14c Syr .pt. .. ,19cr I GREEN CABBAGE, 5 l Ibs. ? lOc FRESH CHOPPED BEEF Lb ...__ _-..-........_.... 4

r : Palmolive Betty Crocker Wi sons Mor A ail RA TH'S BLACKHAWK ,

r ;A j Soap,2 reg, bars 19c Pea Soup, pkg. .,tOe.,, Veal or Lamb, Can ?.. ..... 44c Syrup 1/2 gal. ...,.,.,..... .......,.65c Skinless Wein 4!
rs to.
I !J'1Ii SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACK 1 I ....................... ,...... ..i2 c .

j i '',(' 1 1r VEE SUPER SUDS, Pkg. ..'. CSalernoHawaiian .. ....".. ... ......... ...._...........:.. .........., 34c THE COMPLETE I F D STORE "

i fi''h' 1 I I Cream Cookies, Reg.PRXTTS 3 va ue 2 or ......39c RKE'

Is I t FROZEN PEAS, Pkg.CULFROST .... .L..25c C.ROMER'M.wna


SOFT ATSILK CAKE. FLOUR. Pkg. ....'.................?._?...........39c WE ARE OPEN Pbeas IA

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, ian River Drive !!!! Romanello'i father! Peter La I school and each wa given a MUler returned to tier' home Salerno News : Mueller! and son! ,, Our of Seaside Sam Arris of Superior, WI, 1 t 'IJl'' J. "" 'r:,y.

n 1 Bella and his ion, Angelo, from I corsage by the association for I there after a six-week visit here j! I Park, M 1.. left Monday for their' i was recent. guest of Mrs. Mary ,I f' /

Port. Chester N. Y.. \bet are remaining their assistance with the organization At -- : home after six weeks here In Chandler. Arrts spent the\ winter j k i j
FRED UNIVERSITY their winter home.
Association Property '
until this week end
Linked with Sunday's entertainment j Mr. and Mrs Bill long and I
activities (cur:,these guest I Mr. stud Mr*. Ralph West ot Among the younger social set -daughter Betty, spent last weekend i Those who attended the P-TA I 1,
wners Club to Meet Jointly was a fishing! party On the Rom- River' Forest, 111, and Walton Walton Interests are centered on in Miami at the home of regional meeting in Veto Beach 1 ,
anello boat. ,Saturday evening, were supper guest of Mr and even Alfred (N.Y.) University MEETSAT Long'a sister Mr*. R C. Jeffertes/ Friday were Mrs. 1. J. MoCuUum,
[ II' MRS VIVA C.'KOAT the Romanello party was joinedfor I Mra Ruben T Johnston Sunday 1 graduates who are here on vacation Mid family Mrs. W L Merritt Mr. George 'J .
I -- Mr and Mr*. Joseph A. %)ona- dinner by Mr and Mrs D H evening with one of their, number Mrs Calvin Arnold and daugh- Osborn, Mrs Jack Saunderson 'P:': '
I Associationd Saunders of Fort Pierce 1 Mew Pegg Martin ters,, Winnie and Geraldine Mri. :1
,ullan River hoe and CHURCH Hotnlar. Mrs. Shelby ,
sops, Joseph A.. Sib, and Throe girl who Mr Harvey I
E 'm1'ropertyOwn-. Mr and Mrs. Ge rae Sawyer nave Just\ Ruth Wright and Angela Otto "
[ Walton- discussion on the newssary repairs Harvey and A. D. Merwin had ; Lennard have returned from completed nurse training at 'of Wlldwood, M /.. called on Mr McCulley Mrs C. C Jacoba
I., I club *UI ***** W"Community me?*" for the Drive by 'the State a surprise visit Wednesday by Jacksonville
IB the Walton nlftht. State Road Department and the seeking their kinfolk, J. B and Charles called by the Illness or Mr*. Len- outdoor life, taking trips to Mrs. H M. Yore of Jensen and Mrs 8 D Bever Mr I t,
bat I tomorrow of Stuart of way and mean to obtaina Merwln, who are spending theseason nard father B. W. redder: of nearby cities and will ,,visit the The Ladles Missionary Society Beach accompanied Mri :Mary and! Mre.hom.' .. Aflkew visited .f
,ator arms Crary in Palm New Smyrna, who la a patient Xeyi this week end. In fact met March 3 at the church with in Clewlston .
St. Lucia dragline to replace the material Beach. Uke the Chandler to visit Mr and Mrs the sugar mill '
d B H Representative. Baunders I ram washed out into the. river other Merwlns they belong to: fa St. Vincent's Hospital each want to take the memory a covered dish luncheon andwork S E. Lane of Palm City Sunday. Thursday, ,,;,'
unit by the hurricane. the Merwin family that came I of this their first vacation In day, painting I the church Mra Mary Chandler Mrs. Mra George Osborn. Jr, spent 'M t;.
'be present
t Pierce. will_ ..JOf'J The ,Drive, a* those who livelong from !England: and settled In Milford Mrs yr H Leonard bus received a number ot years back td their after lunch Mr. George Os- Rasmus Martensen, Mrs Charles Friday in Fort Pierce with her .. I
here know la In a deplorable Conn, In 1(39 There wareelght word from her brother respective homes before taking bdrh, president opened, the Conrad and Mrs Roy !:. Deckerof aisterMr. l I' "f'l
condition that could easily Merwlns at: this remlnescenc I Leicester B. tcnnard at Auburn. up duties In. their profession. meeting with the singing "Take Salerno Shores art Invited *. Maggie Anderson of ,,;'
Constable prove fatal to motorist party In the visiting I N. y.. stating his anticipatedtrip Peggy guest are Miss Marjory Time To Be Holy" and a prayer dinner guests of Mrs H. M. Vprls Jesup Oa. Is spending! this week I' .1'' I '
'J, or party were Mr and Mrs. J. B. to Walton has been post Van &usen, Sugar Loaf N' An article was read on Christi In Jensen Beach tonight. her with' relatives ,,1"" i. '; '
'Concluding a two-month vacation Merwin, grandfather and grand: poned a few week by a fire In T.; Miss Carolyn Brouneous anlty. After the meeting the h I t It),
e Ibject to De ratic spent in Walton in one of mother, their son and daughter- their recently: completed home Corning N 1 Y., Miss Anne Dunn. Sunbeams entertained with Blng-I 'j!., '' J
[ May 4, 1948 the Conant cottages with aide in-law Mr. and Mra Charles I which caused $9.000 damage ; tx>bbs Ferry N' Y.; Miss Lynn ingand Bible verse l;!Mf( .
trip to different )point" of interest Merwin and the grandson, lowfnihal. Elmhurst, L. t.; Miss : Mr and Mr*. George H. Wallace { !
CharlesChristo In lower Florida, Mr. and Charles Mr and Mr*. Arthur N Olf- Virginia Mills, South Orange N. or( Toronto C.nada, called rt :
er Mrs Arthur Qarrlaon have returned Richard Dibble Donahoe, who i ford and daughter, Loretta,I II J., and Miss Marilyn Furbish on Mr, and Mm Charles Conrad NOTICESTARTING ?
to their home in Lamed have for a number of years resided from Meridian. Miss, and MraGilford Charlotf, N C and are, going to build a l 1\1I 1
four Vote ayi Support Kant. In the Arthur Olf ford home I 't sister, Mrs. W, J, Anderson Having witnessed the graduation permanent horn In Salerno I:: I
Approbated "I In Walton have moved to Fort i from Laurel Miss, arrived and returning to her Plqua, Shores. SUNDAY, MARCH 14th I'1I' ,

Advertisement,, Visiting '.relatives that arrivedat i Pierce The family cam hen In Walton Saturday and Ohio, ,home Peggy mother, Mr. and Mra Sam Blcktey of ,v ',
aid Pollti the Don J. Romanello home I from Santa Barbara Calif., when ar? staying In the Gifford 'winter Mrs. Edgar!: K. Martin and her Fort Pierce called on Mr and I' BRUCE and HARRY'S <, '
I in Eldrd: last week were Mrs. Donahoe a chemist wa transferred home. guest Miss 1 Elisabeth Armstrong Mrs.. 0. H.Johnson_ SUlld..,. j
._ I here by the Government. I MHO ot Plqua accompanied the Mr. and Mrs Frank Simmon
I !' ';l 1Y.r"N..m'r..rI''i''i'i'n'i. ," ..> /' '' Y1'''i ''r''i\'I''inil' \ / 'i lil'ill' 'Arriving today\ from New York girls to the Martin winter home and tai, Jerry Lei. and. Mr and GasolLie Station and Restaurant 1 : '
I II Mr ,and Mrs. Lewis Novotlng wa Fred Dunphy who will Join where they are housed Miss Mrs Bobby Johnson were visittors -
I from Cold Spring, N.'WYt1. leftThursday Mr*. Dunphy at their winter Armstrong 'ta I an artist and already of Mr and Mra H W SimI I WILL CLOSE EACH NIGHT I' I I'' :"'
FOR SALEWo J after a vlilt, Mr home. In Eldred has her brush and pallet mona it St Lucle Locks Sunday, 1
and Mrs. Don J, Romanello of working on Florida scene Elder I, f. Damson of Auburndale ;
Eldr-d. ,Mr, and Mrs IC Jackson of I was called aa pastor of the 12:00: P. M. \
Syracuse N. Y. and DeLand R. V. Ankeny W. C. Wilson : First Baptist Church here and II IIijl
\ Newly' Completed 8 Mrs Dan WcCarty entertained have terminated a few day t visit, and Max Shalnfeld at the Drive will preach the first and third I EXCEPT SATURDAYS

her bridge club Friday after. with ,Mr and Mot Fred Sabln' were among the Masonic contingent Sundays of each month \vV\VILL j
2.Bedroom Homes noon. Attending were Mra Steve' in Ankona The Sabina were that attended Lodge I Mr and Mra E.: A DeLoach I WHEN REMAIN. t'
< : Johnston, Mrs Brian McCarty,' close* neighbors of the JacksonsIn .festivities and Initiations at Mr and Mrs W. E. Pen darvisl I ,
a Mra Rupert Koblegard, Mrs' I Syracuse and have Interested Okeechobee' Tuesday,evening Mr and Mrs I A Bennett! Jr.. l I OPEN 2 HOURS ijl'I
William Davidson Stark Mr*. them In coming this locality of Salerno and Mr. and Mr 0.1 hltt4
Y1nACRES Jack Harris. ,Mra E. U Adams: next season. Word has been received that H. Tllton, Mr and Mrs A. H. I I
SU j| and Mrs..W. T..Warren Prize Governor caldwell has approvedR Mulllns and Mra, Salllr Willis of I BRUCE andJARRY'SFED .
winner were M... Johnston and Dr and Mrs. Louis I E.!: Ctntenson V Ankeny James S Askln Kobe' Sound enjoyed a bakedbean ,;\ 'jl'h '
JenVn Beach the hast ss. of Bridgeport Conn., who Max Shatnfeld T. M. Deal supper at the home of Mr !
have been occupying one of the Mrs PalJackaon as and Mr. Ralph Powell of Golden I HIGHWAY AND INDIA> TOWN ROAD
Ideal fr your -etirmit home in Florida. Closeto J: P-TA Founders Day was fit Conant cottages In Walton left sioners on the Indian Md.1 Gate I IMrl. STUAF I
the best fishing. Nf city lazes, Finest drinking tingly celebrated In the White last week for a tour of Florida Drive Zoning Board This B. N. Oregar and Mrs D. f

water in Florida.. l': City School with Mrs CharlesMoehU before returning home !'Iittee'Ila selected\, by Don : 'I'j'
of Walton and Mrs Romanello president of Indian ;,' j la
George Kasnle of White City After a six-week stay In her River Drive" Association and are '
SEE acting a* hostesse and In chargeof apartment on the Conant properties the original appointees \ ,
= a three-act play graphically Mra L. B, Conant left At Mondamln Ranch home of j I

H G. J ASS, Builder' <: demonstrating In narrative and Tuesday. for her home In Chicago I Mrs. Laura Howard and Miss I ,
costume the period of 1897- i ., 9awJAPf0
Georgia Turner many guestsCome apd
Ci Property, / Write Me at Jensen Beach ?? 1920-1948 _. and go Arriving for a fAmILY l J
: Presented In the cast were Mr and Mrs. Ernest E WHOLE
ffor Cooperand
Details. short stay Monday was Mrs. I.
&1, ..
Moehle, Charlea
Moehle children Donal Richard Ruth Doran from Geneva, Ohio. t I
111111111 1/11/ '11t/IIIIf/t11111"';( ";; ;/' l'I\'I4iil+ll;1'i4\'j'I'' / ';: Jr.,and Mrs Blanch Lyle Moehle of' Walton and Barbara Mickey, were guest of Mn She Is the daughter of Mrs I '
Ferson at Eden over Maude Mommerti who Is also a PERFUMES EASTER TOYS 9
Oeorge Susso and Durk the week end. Returning to guest In this home I'
son of Ankona. Simon- Bradenton they were accompanied -
Another guest arriving tor a ARDEN BUNNIESDUCKS
felon Wil Beautify Your Home play an Informal by Miss Jessie Miller and short visit and enroute to Miami
held for ttvs teachers
!her brother. Angus Miller Miss !Y
where she will participate In the YARDL Y
fi j joJ
10 Roller Skating Derby Is Miss .
Standing as of Evelyn Karren a membei' of the CARA NOME I,
STUART SAILFISH CLUB Chicago Roller Derby Club ot r

CONTEST. CLOSES APRIL 30 Coming In Tuesday' were Mr, "" ::1
SAILFISH and Mrs Edward Oawne. formerly CANDIES
AqmllM 11.._ at'V.ro "pmek, punks. trtm. sates: It Cwt. *ra4 Roff...... from the Isle of Man and
... .
hmvtk If t. .4 "taeh**
II... I..... /II.rt.tr peptic feb1 1'1.' Jt-ososit skuatd. Li ii. pep Ca"'. Mrs Richard! Karren of Geneva WHITMAN'S '
1.4 C'mine.' Penh, r sae. to loch,.. Returning Sunday from a three.
ru 1b'r. J....win., adw ed Pulchoee, nufas, Top aueht shooed. .as.tls. Gst. YVdte week stay In Auburndale and .
l Month' C la teM. NORRIS .
r. i w/rht w..a. tbn:..;, fatad.lplW." .:.dt, ebssM (:et1N. 11. hp,. .Pros Iloennos, Ol'landf were-Mra. Jennie Brown g 1
ACawed. and) Ur. Julia Oallt also from i
..., II... A. H CM, "_'" v.... uiKht" shoot l tk* t._. ta..... A. A. WILL Geneva Diatincti GALES'CHOCOLATE '
/ ALBACOatJahn welnht It panda" i 1 'I

e.lrbt pt V,panI 'ri'.<....' IMItnMH. N. *. ...pl ........ ;G..MI. fa.$. A, A. winks,: TUHNRIAN ARRIVES: Easter rda EGGS ,

I, iwJL.tIt BARaACVDA rM W T_ HMIt, In*. ..u.hl _.rd HI..H.....('.$' Will rUnHm. i Mrs, Grace Pearce. formerly I
.' of the Richmond! (iInd.i I State '

ARCTIC adw.N: BONITO w. P....-.. HonkW. VNt.r pair Out. Twrnl. f Aht' (......* MM.u i Hospital arrived last week to llnwJ] f 0L winfr5
P..4d., fast T.I.a wNht IC Iwud.. take up duties as X-ray and lab. lii
BLOanIN TUNA ::" : W'I'.I oratory technician at Martin
tl.ose, N, 11..401 Cuss, .. kt abused Tlw soh.l C..... ).+ tl
.. County Hospital She
I osr. w.lrht a -... replaces
I Olson
Gladys who resignedrecently. I' /I
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.n pe CHANNEL onJ.,.k" un'TlwntM. ** 4M T enwht trm 'LInhC.ua lock. ..\\p' a" I_ /

a- coCh.rto.;; : ; .-HdHMlqr.; Alkntowji, N. i. Mutt !I. S.-L...i. Ink. "._ I pram, I-

L omot.m.Ma Tea etc wullil abused tic fluff atrMn, Cipl Curt.
Velon plastic scrMnlnff is ng" thousand of some-owners the W..It't..II.. <(kt /l> pounds !
H ot repainting screen and wl ow' frames. each Spring: This plastic, DOLPHIN I ADVANCE NOTICE '
U.. P, T Jnntt Brllowi Palls, VI. Ht Shooed. ,... .
Lenin,, made by the> Fuestoi Industrial Products Company will dc.bnay .: It1 II Panda r* [ woodwork A cool tint isk ,
fit bleed ugly rust streaks ov the green DRUM t
tenet popular color of this 1 11 did all-weather' scrwuliift which eensimply Mr*. E....K. ItiolwM, BUck Dock. III.! ... nwht horn.J,..M II"" ... wrtitkl.
cleaned with a (n! boss) ,, c."-> < H' pound.JACK CKSVALU I The Time Is Near When You'll Really\ Enjoy Those Spring and Summer

SoldCOLJ LUvid. K. Aby kt. Rock.. ) Mmrkl aha... W>.Craw, Cwl.. Cot ."If.,.. I
elulively by e.tnht l \*% *> Ida Afternoons
W.IIM KMk. Dot....... Mkk. ....ht ikMH. Uw Gulf Slrmm. taP!. Can I Id
MAN'SFIRESTONE Wklllnr. .....hl St Mu>4... ..

LANE l SNATPCKJ 1.1 14 Hnk., bvkllk. p5'. raiwkt, ..k..r4 *..nr B....' a..... Bill .""leh... Be Prepared by 'Choosing! Now From yur) Fine ". '
art, Florida MARGATE H.: V......, 1M< _... i.i.".kl, M ... .krl..p. _I.... t _i>d.. Selection of Fishing Equipment FISH I I ta, 1 1t

Praptr" fl!-.lwo.l' 115 Cnudw A.*. Cktewn. MMlkt Shard' Ned ....h..... -
'NT1ifw J.i POMPANO' r.
O C: Cl.p.... Upper\ UniWIilr K.,i*'nitkl' II L..*.U Inks I wl ikrimftil r Jt
SPEC IAL SALE roacaM....1.., C%'" pounds ,

..*... 'N.. ..... .tend. wMNh,.. ,,MMC. .1 nlusrd Nap' ....... REELSBY
0,050,05S.. .. J..h.. ......... I 15 pw.daeHEEPSNRAD ,

Cingt Trea i e and Auld Malcom V H. R.IMMeh,. Landne. III.h.. nude Ie M. L.... Rime. _I.U'\I Peed,. '

sNoew.. Alii.... Slutrt.. ..urkt III .1. l.r<* rI..., mfilit II tma.... 1';
ouch Type ,
$2.59Burton See Mns "' ....-. H. J.. 0.\.1. 5*. LaoIo luhi. wkht II pasts. I SHAKESPEJSQtftH '

"Marl j jlallagher ,. TARPONU M Roes. twin*!**. KrMwM. .k. ..* oIf I. L_.I..... w.4tM. II peueda II '

ai White LabelS .IE O. ...rtIII.! M..lu.k..>, IT; I., noel! In *U Loota, o' >I.,.wtlvkt II 1 1I .*.>..*. I PENN I :t(

[ % 5 and D ar old'W WAHOO Honw aus/... wnrrliitni. ef *rli-K. mart ...lkl akgir, <.. the 10 LANGLEY I' ", I
CAB.!. awl IMrik wtekt. At panda' PFLUEGER I r
hickey, Full Fi V.! FRESH. WATER PTVISION ,
Will..... ,. ami.k>..Xllh. ..., Mkk,.,Mtnkt.M 4 asa LIP Mpound < old/. 11'
eaffTftlTU.VCFull ,nd Canadian Club BUCAMU.vM.. dRODS : I I
BNUM." ... llnirt. Mutt M pine mltfctriCKERU. M ,..... '
IFTH $5.80 Mr. M rr Rvrtd, CT.rhid. .,...... noII. PwSd.. BY

SPCCKLCO. TERCHra. !... hhe tf. r t :
/ Vlx t seat City 4'11."lit" 8stlh.i t.4 pond: P
Throe Iraw '. aatust...u M nil. ...:. pet... iN ...". .. a.. ...Wd _. "
ill and Hill this. II.' a ... .II., .lC.A* < ilMtitl.. I a tk. Mllfbk. SKtahai. .. k*suit I'
craw .." ... hue' conies. ., I''h OutsetettSe .. Clue. TRUE TEMPER 'J
5% M 57 Month Old IM .iOso..* liniHn tTuMwInclkki, tor ..r".... I...1_ promoted '.. ...... .I.
$229 Noe,. ..I..ago......... t.nnNnaahr. OIl re1 sod rt, art ..tOe MIh CI.ah. PLENTY OF ASHAWAY SOUTH BEND n'''I y

hislcey Full Pint .. ... the fNhwlns. soetatwile. LINEN UNE JI.
-- M.rlle, Opus HEDDON
c:.... ...: ee.W; : M..44I I f awe5., :';"-it.. YYBo;., ASs.AMPoA SOLID anl SEMI-SOLID 1
D..., Or.pw, LNrIW, 5.s 7..s, W.hlhl 81os1h1 SHAKESPEARE"" .
Juerto =
Rican Rum FP Matron. aosppw. a.d. Ceemil c.t".Pa.b, CLs.I ass; CALCUTTA POLES ,
FullJ0th. All tIoI> ...t .ho wdetd. M. .t tM a..... Fla R.s a" tk.tf. mlvkt. _H. TYCOON I i ;, I
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a i 79 wind be .1 of u. Nniubh" Club '
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8% 4YearOUbiskey $2"" 99 ear MERCURY OUTBOARD ,MOTORS t .

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SOCIAL NEWSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiliiiiiiiiiiii IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SALE-Electric hoi watorbeater FOR RENT-3-room efflcleacyBeat Dr. R. Kelly White, pastor of MAaTlNVOT1. 1tPI t. pLoelnA IN AND y tIC v

15 fallen Content aad clean-hot water private 11I1111I the First Baptist Church of West .: .IS HERESY GIVSN ..... COUNTY

[ [ lee box.: Good ,condUJon. Call bath. J* Anable rates Palm Beach will be the principal .r,...t U.to .5 5ebo.lOts. :J .It": .Cbarsw... .5 IN

at Ray's tnch/fUr7s'FderaI to year ronjfl 'tenaai*. 8:5 So. Tropical Fish Discussed SloTs'Iorida, ,...* lawttiS' _..... .... In 'r'M1t OP IDA AI

Highway, aad,Thd St. tf Federal HFy, across horn Rice speaker a Bible conference, to ....... Coo will .k* ."_.
UL be held at the First Baptist I. .... .i.bI6.. ..tr. for 0)0 Ioi">
Hotel ..0 H.1 b.1.b: .... *t doe Mertk tfft
FOR SALE-yTutUn electric bugs At Garden Club Meeting Church\ : her* March 12' through of ... 0' -. I. a...... ._
V h_ It .'..... A. II.
AT Qfot condition. $1J. GCarUrytUvtrview 4.romfursiighed loot I .
: U ...k, ,. ... .. t" .1..11."
Apt*. : ........,....
ART MINIMUM 5c FOR IT of II. U'B. 'I'll.
,p A d1; ; ;;,j6 reasonable Phone Dr. White will speak", each eve alKlillVU, _... ...4....... I C .dS.t4. 10I.
Th auditorium of the Stuart I. Ch..mePt.o 0 '
; FOR /ALE Lnigaf TrmlMprjBftlcally : : ding at 1:30 on "How Do I Know o .... .. '01 I OM II... f 10" is lb. 0.s.t't.J.rsye U,
I .pa.rt MINIMUM 85* FOR 17 10.IFORRNT.SmalI Woman Club via artIstIcally Rorida Part Ml Mck .,ld> ..!h. __ II... 01 M tk* Irtk lIsr t.
new, will sacrifice 1mA Christian "What Makes SU< MB*. Mtal** _........11_. .1 toa crkHkaftor ,
l>alm WORDS_ _ f<4f quirk tale CM be seen Apt, suitable decorated in gladiolI, Enter Ul. A.. Christian?* and kindred subjects puw* on f : : tIo -: aa Ik*
Wllh<< HIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIimill'lltlliiAPARTMENTS ; I IfacUlI Ira sweet and tot lln* af t:. .: _" t.n, 0.5 sottorimpHe u,
FOR RENT a Rio St. Lucl Blvd. George for oe or two adulta. lights dogwood, pea In Civil War < ft oir.ll-1 tt fanaorlr laMrlm .&04 moos. .5 Id. A. 5,1.1.., ,c,,

d. sad 41cr furnished, summer pentw as the ettlng for the ,.MiIMBad, Flftr" (K <\ .. Se neil 00 pt's., .5. ._
1t1ll1l1l1ll1ll1l! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..1$ mob "" .1 *4 'st.eonS. ..Id aitato, .It*... ,
.Ibly rate.. >S S. California Are March meeting of the Garden TB DEATHS INCREASE/ laM* J1" ." af:; M.rtlB Coo-to. H.5'de.- ? ? .,* *

'p- FOR "FT..-p: story home, Told ChapterThe There more deaths from Lou It ..I II .4li'Id If donrikod u f.Ja ,* ,"*
furnished, ota roflsns and bath FOR REN.Apt. New, all elee Club Monday afternoon The were Data B S/0 ft part at" tot ,0 04Th' NorlkWMI 15E' --'sv.
screened Vid double Call meeting was opened with Invocation tuberculosis In Florida\ In 1947 .,-N..onGrs,5nI0"POll us ,
: porch trio 3 roo143 and bath.
10'6 LOb
than in 1M6 according to the 41 r B C*. TJ. II. R E.; II ] I. So54. IS
Carafe Bearing fruit tree 145-3. by the Ret U B. Graham General J. E. B Stuart Loll I to" t .... ..4 IMl SI .la. a.... os E. -,
I In town, r. O. Boxll 3 Stuart rport of the vital Hors' t, CIorrtsd" TbWd .446(1', se lb.dor4lr' .
1'5F i $ FOR RENT-Hou.?X Mrs. Van after which the president, Mr. Chapter United Daughters of bureau State Board of Health.In liD *f lr..t H. P.l.. C trM 1'. I ; T: $ ;

mll' .. RlD.n FOR SALE-Boat bill 1M7, U Smith 1ZS ClevelanYAv*. W R,, Leach, Introduced. u the Confederacy. met Tuesday. 1948. Florida had 685 death 1" PB .II.. 55.Ps. .ii.'I f St.t'.v. c A1 k. ,

ft, Chrysler Ace* outriggers, special !guests Mrs Arthur Ban. evening at the home of Mrs. Evans from tuberculosis and the death ... 05, 510.1 :\\IID'' C

( IQ .it ]11 ''' ) I automatic bilge pimp> lib box, FOR RENT- Furnished three nlster of Toronto Mr*. L. R Crary with Mrs. A. M Shrlg rate 2>.4 per cent 100.000 pOpulation laWt.1tdoo HART ADDITION., Goor-nont, I a

3 .,..... mounted II x W binoculars. room upper garage Apt. All Phillips, president of the Lake ley as) co-hostess. was the lowest on record POlIO M la PR I is.lortirs wmt100NOO

...... Phone 2U wife Box 355.I electric Green Apt, 431 Coconut Worth Garden Club and Mr*. : President Mrs Paul Hoenshe for the State In 1947 the number Dla"r'.5. 41. .l.l..r. ..d JOeNsojx
I or 055 (So.
1215 0 5,115,0,,
1 ... 14
Row. &,11 .. I* and II Blork
j conducted business session of deaths 75S Deaths '
was -
a PAt
A. T. Decker president of the PARK ADD'TIONNU.' 0. Klorl...
\ f ATLANTIC COURT during which I announcement continue to be ...., ttort*, for Cantor,
I \ New York Garden Club. among ngroes i Sakdltkhn" *f part al G.
FOR RENTS FIoorsandJg usa. Jck
APARTMENTS8TUART. FOR SALE_ ( Glider ROOM chin and edcw. eflslsb Mrs. John II:. Taylor Intro was made of the 5th District about three times the number Ce.Lot. I SoctlM M.k> PB II, It T,'P.. .4..f f a. f 11.41.m Pod H 4, II. is. f|, ),,,

FLORIDA Trailer Z6 fLAng. New tires. year floor at roa.onlo rate.. duced Mien new member: Mra Convention at lt\t George Washington among white population. BOARD OP COUNTY COM 10NI", GAL ADvuTujj'A

I Newly Decorated Fully Equipped j $1500 cash., IK. H. Schwan, Phone 108 Stuart *rdwaro Paul Lord Mrs ,C O Ratney. Hotel, West Palm Beach llllllllllllllllllllllilllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIObituaries MASTIC COUNTY Boil ;" IDA.

Rousekeeplnf ApartmentsLow Hotel > rcton* 4,11 Co.FOR. IS Mrs Andrew Xerr, Mr*. t. B. at 10 a m. April T. Represents ItX.lt Caarl ) II. .1.01' /ERTISIMtNf Foi an

Uve of the local chapter will ... ..... CowrU TAkfc NOTICE
Summer Rates II I Buckey. Mrs. M. B. Graham cods 01. tk.t U. e.,,

Open All lear Round FOR SALE_ <*anf* and tangerines RENT-Large sjpreroom oil Mr*. Marvin H. Kowell and. Mra attend, M.rtln Br Ca.T.!\ r I Florida." ..Hf 10'o.ilnok.n b.h.e .1,,P.r.5 s,,* '

W. T. PAGET, Mff 81Sf per bushel from Federal highway-if loca Robert Shock' Mrs. Ernest ... Lyons chapter iniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii G.O.ci50.. as.d OrSdo Dlottl. till

15t the Gardef of Eden Temp Rice HoteL Introduced Fan F's, Murk II sad II ..5.LEGAl. U. 10 om'Seu nod
Telephone / j lion See Herb Ufce, Mrs. Harry Swtnglehurst urged historian Mrs. WILLIAM C. WALDE 1'lorb '. H. 5.,
.___.........................................ft. UtionFni.1 Dr E. L. Denlson, Phone. '151.sf _.._ _tf club members tn attend the ole Jackson who presented a William C. Wslde 17. died or.0* asId ,,
iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFOR .0 Iso .. ..d
3enuenh. 4,12 Wst Palm Beach Garden Club paper tracing the history of t.M t
O81.EASE-LarI* after a short Illness at Martin .50 or en US. It L .
SALE / FOR RENT Flower Show March 13-14 at the< Civil War In North Florida. Incorporating County Hospital last Thursday clod .0 6. ameS.Au 001s
POE SALE-I65I, II ft. Speed- parcel .f land Iron tin, on Fed J LEGAL. hId b-Sd homettiled
Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinfiiitiii Norton Art Gallery and the Fort research of Dr. A. morning The body was sent IN THE CIRCUIT: < URT OF THE ,
boat, U lw.[ Ford Motor Fut eral hlghwssuitable for HRCUIT Of THE
Lauderdale how March 18 IT at Hanna. Rollins College she told Home NINTH JUDICIAL Yb, S.. .5
FOR SALE-New S. wttle conversls. Solid Woodwork buslnes loc/tion. See Herb Monday by Johns Funeral] STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Gs.6e 'C.os. ,
1 burnerf the Masonic Temple Mrs. Leach of the Anal concerted effort of for scheduled burial In Arlington MARTIN COUNTY .m.eeeth.bId.
'tan stove, oven and hea eon Motor le.Srood condition. Cal Rice, Rice pteL Phone 8151 gave Interesting account of the Federal forces to tap the produc. : \ IN CHANCERWO! ISIMAROELLE ..
National Virginia
trol! I8S. 1 new trallrif model I 2lWor35. P.0.50954. If I U Orchid Show at Miami, the lion resources of North-Centra Cemetery HULL" ICTTKLL, I Snub OP e'

refrigerator brand-ne. S17t SALSI-Smail Mueller lecture and Florida with an expedition yesterday. WILLIAM ADAHS I lirTELL. [ Lao, MARCh luey, rm
FOR house moving
new FOR RENT&BeanUfnl furnished Walde, born In Philadelphia, ,. .., (Cs..1p 0-rb.,,
Phone 17* 11 I. .d.
J of "Undersea Life in the which l len Cedar Keys In Febru. .,
North vrjStuart. A rood buy house M bedrooms, S baths, picture was a veteran of the Spanish- NOTICE tO slatttoodt
FOR SALE Store an/apart. Sloe ft. qst of saw mill. RedO fireplace fand complete ele Bahamas which she had at- iry 1865. This was repulsed\ by American War and came here I EsOtnsm. .fb., ;...:A. Ffk. 1*. II aad H.rlj 00.4111 i iLECAL

ment house owners. A entlon. to color. F. Hansen 4,11 trlcallj elulpped kitchen Also tended as a guest of the Palm General Newton and his Confederate from Brooklyn where for the a.etot, WIWAt.,, (.t) Snort ADAMS aol I TrILL ooloetos limeS am.an. APVtRT\aiurr;

a, Factory representative for new onelbed room cottage on Beach Garden Club at the Four forces west of Talla- past 1 ft year he and Mrs. Walde .. rOos y..h Clts. N',
FOR SALE'4"Granite" metal basso with cadets from the Y. ... br-h. o.tlf.. to ...S0. ..
Arts auditorium. MIll Cella Atwood
I STURDY roofing Asbestos rlYerfro Will rent by year had lived with Mr and Mrs tk* Ilk dec .f April A. n.1111 .., .. tk. NOTICE; or EL 11es
I roof coatlnf Rio Old Okie Hwiy, between Mrs Franklin D Jones .were command of their teachers. takng .hl.tltutr4 In Ik* Cl*,It Courttk ., tim prwrlalaM of So> dl
I fast guaranteed to last 5 years.Call lea Beth. Phone 15 -J. tf ills! widow Is his only survivor ttk JM'>II CMrl ft >\,64u. '. .... 14114 Au .f 50,6.6.,. s
I 22*-f. I _Stuart and Inaen. elected nominating committee to part In the battle. The Union for II.,... CMntr. *kCXLLE I. ..... f.-rtk.ponr ltt a. P6., .1,
FOR RE t-1120* week, larf report at the April meeting troops made another' stand at HUM. LITTEI I 10 IKi. '.till sod MlM kr tk* Baud rfBilMlan .., ,
2< 4.01.U.Z5 and
I Mar. FOR SALE-RkBougalnvtllea gozzlni Philip Springer
> WII4IAM uriNE LI \ELL. M MartlB IVM .,
-- .- I cansKOe. doable Aoms, twin, Hollywood Mr*. Leach announced the local the National Bridge on the St. Wanda Scott. ....... ..kkHl I 6. solo l.wl" >orM.lkr wklck 55,. Baalifted rl a, ..
I FOR SALE-\'ery' feas able in fallen Coconut bed.. R4 Hotel, Federal Hwyat ,club will be represented at Marks River and in March were EIGHTH GRADE> : Powell ...U* tk. .,ll.*...t palm $1 Fern\vlnes, small Joyce tompUml will k* shoe. .. *Mb aM bp n.e.,
I WeD built house I drooml bridjl tf the State convention In Jackson defeated again by the Southern June Jo Blan- 'rmceculp'rIoe
CralAllI Bowden Betty l
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plant Albany :
I 1I"lnlr room large dl r room. Tllle April 22-23 by her Mr forces' In the closing conflict of TIM BtMrt ttaltr Noon 4> *VnBlBl tuAattN COUNTS 1.40115el..s.i
FOR RENT\, for &&Ie. modern ton, Betty Morrison, Martha Pe- Ik _.._ to "hk-fc .... N..... .
J kitchen, bath, I rehes, I limiimillllllirllllllllllllVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISERVICES fuSmlahed r iwlnglehurst. Mrs Jones, Mrs the War In Florida Thus. Florda .' gram Joyce EdenBeld and Eve.I,7n to A_. .kill k* ..,u..1. ._ Into BWTLLUM 00 0. isIs ,o lb50Sb.5..mm
1 I
I "reened. Close t. own on cottage 1. S and I.F F. Boron and Mrs Curtis became the only Southern Belts me.) Crc boy .-. .. ....... .l
OFFEREDuiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiijiiiiiiiimiiii bedrooms. TWO, unfurnished W.TNI8I/. ... .busS 50 .000 ..J1r 1,0(1, 0... Ohm. ,
State east of the-
1 old Dixie Hwy. partl fuml8h.I ( month Whltlcar:. Mississippi SEVENTH!: GRADE: Leland ........... .. ... Jt._ tI .. rtl nI.oe *5. North 'Or. 01.
'.,L ed. Gu ato,", and ft lerator I bonB) duck, or i Mrs. Bozon 's monthly horticultural whose capital was not reached II...... It. ...;: Pal. Soxob Co.'p lo
I I Johns Isabel Mathers Joan p.o
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE and year Very ftUO bl. Phone I ICi..U Cav" ...., tins ,. .
0 tine water on 10 III lot. report Included a recipe and occupied by Union forces. mon 6M.r.o Ws 5.
< Kobe Bound S11. \ tl Saunaerson Bob tthrlgley Jane 5.100515 V. 5..,, oc Imais). N-5
I I':;'" Cash or term8. Se or write I IMPROVEMENT bpert tart for poison bait for mole crickets Morrison :lola> Blakesiee. Joyce C""; CI..H Coos. .. .. v. sir, Ws.OiS.n.010.se. &'nttOSml ,,
f' a. L. Wall. Ir, S. Federal of lawra, tree and property TMTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIWANTED I and other parasites prevalent at Mrand Mrs. John Reardon o.rer .5 T ott, SOb
I. CHEERFUL ESTIMATES AT : who West; Florence Ueggett and Va- .j, a. po. oW'liar. a..,, Is a.sai Oh .q losS Sq
1 H"1" Box 1035, stu t, Eta. I I his season of the year She hav been visiting In West Maderta. A COHB Slntsh5noo5t(

4,11,15 NO COST Coutari Troxel, IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII also said now la the time to Palm Beach the past month left loris ,\ ..,. for Phlatlff. /I npnoe metSOon.orth.s.t 004 Tnsooth.
_ ems. ... ,. .
;, Phone lit.I or B* Z7I, St.- WANTED Canoe InC square plant, zinnIas, marigolds and yesterday for their home In LEGAL A VUTIIIEMIJII.-- .f.lBoadi.Oil Bl.WoM Florida. 5..,, 45 tb. .

I FOR SALE-194. Dod .door art f tf stern) Writ Charles SchlllInf unflowera for summer blossom Spring Lake, N, J. LEGAL "OTICItlOTlC1C IM, MoorS Illit, It, Apr* t. ,tt nkoeIboWmtI Sb. o50h.e -tr u.0SonoCto ., W InTWBkb

eastern Sedan 'by own In top I Via. tf and emphasized the need at this hh "it... oboe Sb.0.5i .. > IS DAI). Ruf* uIkM
condition new painty his ear BULLDOZING, $ d-ctearlng, c Jensen Beach for fertilization and water H GooSe toaohSe..n. of .... LEGAL A YUTISIMIMTIeI *. last ak. Ik. Nortk bneSS
I time ... tAssel. .lurid&, .. eoo.M ...5. S,.tl.. 11M 1,I lk bUi ...
t: now ,.selling on used par lots ditching and fjlng. Phone WANTED...t Orders fat cement for grass and shrubs and pros). 39' Finish' "'' .. .. .... .. ... (,0........ 6. tkmaf, 5 *r I 1..b.hor.

'" J"" for '1S9S my price $195. See I 329.W, if tfKEFRIGEHITION : block. we make Stein 4xtxl1 log of shrubs. Free seeds an to : .. II...... ,......., uo. Pass OP INTENTION Vo *K1TUFICTITIOUS .0 to. tott. It,,.. -

''iI'! .t, i. ''thle cat at my home. Sam Aus. for l'c each Sri'house west being given purchasers at Cole- "ssos., 150 OS. so ts.sI'5it, 'I, ".....5561 prOso'too. ma"I. ....... 10 b..r4, .1...lIAME ,.. maiip) *n.*..'' lb.0 etirI lbs i iAtlaaUa'O P5.5.05.

\ ; tin 'Casa Terrace, Tewphone of store at Pain City Myrlan 1 mans Firestone Store. Informa- : At School oe Jesmtc 5..osa. .,._ u.... (I.. _I.. (. SkaU douraiiMk .. Sf '"0
;' f I 155.J. I Commercial -f Repairs I ; II M Mar. .. 11I High l,._.em m :0.0.:=: nc ...... .Uwi of .._'....tb..5 ', BUO. IkoBBaarlOB .5. k.lod.d 5
; Mead : lon planting of native .
.Call 233 for f(Bmpt SomIce on ,ma- SOOSIIS'S .. 0 SI rojlitor llk Ik. .. & *f Si p lr I.k4 Ills,,.
If f
FOR J.ioomb WANTU>-tour lest wlrlnf rjob trial* for landscaping max be ''' '* r s..1. po 5, ,srwiai.ar.0 taos la piid; for Hartla C.J FlorUo.IPOB .505. 5'w' CkipM sIll
) SALE Attractive LELAND f. BAIlER I Next ..: .J r 4pi ot proof af iXHoBUrB atIkki bosoms .0Cm, a. 4. .*k *>.
71 I and bath house with 4 dee' p it and appliance repalriaf No obtained from Mrs. Taylor. fune 0 tjUhs.medme GOAd a.5. 4LrsTtssiLAs phi BMIM, Ik-' firth' I *,., of.* ...:.lHurt. U.nlB IXwlat Flo-11, .. sos *

trio kitchen All cross ftnlilaUoa job toe blf er too small. HIgh hquality Mrs. L. A. Arbogast, program p, mr..u :. :i:. lId ,, .5 ., wblohbstiou _,..,U ..".. .. ....i_ .llth.boid OtoiPbhd
T IFHOLSTERYivORK ihalrman Mrs Blue 5. LtwI" of ih. f;....." Coou& Is ..MI. logs an Oh. n.bsi Olid.0 I
Centrally locatedJ. blk. : : and Mattress Low 0It. Phone Stuart presented me pris.tpoi. piso. boohsas 1 I. ss.d. V5.eSS a'S lb. lottosbs

,if, to park. 100x10* corsfrr lot Rene, In, of all kinds. 117 Christopher Electric: Baker of Baker Aquarium of' Thirty-nine students at MarIn .. PUn S.b I .b .Looiop....& .. o'mees.In CurtIs Cou.lrMM _.; 5.1 lito lest...' as i.o.01
t. InumtH IB f
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W* do tin 'class work, pickup Franci Lake Worth who spoke on County High School are '.10'I W. A. 11'U.tro. : jj'JL.hp n>. mc .1 ..b .50 ., Is...
'. Furnished Reasonab tj Box Shop Apartment annex : :: : = "= :: : BB4 shod 5,, 5, tot.
; Fancy Tropical Fish." Mrs. k 56.., Pin. ud that 55 ..
Stuart New and df rer Phone Fort tI scheduled to be graduated at the a. sitorPoo06 1011550. 1.. i sod 1.01
'V I H. care : No. L f pt,0L, .0 110 herd Os. or ., .lotosmed to. hool...
"Ii I Pierce 775lop write Rente t, Baker related oddities of fish annual Commencement exer- poop,,., of So.,506m5 s.d .1.. 05.5.

1 i' ;' FOR SALE--t,ery day, Glued Box SS9 Ft Pierce Mattress WANTED cement mixer and gave helpful facts on the cues in 4th St park the first oma, ,vd.ooo4 It mlIostU.. :' t :11'01i.. ISo ST,..ORDPR.0 05. .e 0 ti.tO. C..t6 Ohsi0..Sr S
0,th 555. BrIII ..... dod'bI ....010 rob. II..... It l'ntCAVEs. .
Garden Pottery, tr; i. Sun I Company U to buy or rerA. Box 10, Jensen breeding and car* of fish. The week In June Principal Erwin Ills. eh550e ons 65. ...410u.osd .... f*Prtl I. tk. he,,. 0'S MIa -

1 4 Dials, Bird Baths" t'to r Pots, Beach or EaifVTUImaa, Stuart club voted to make another pllrlmaje r. Johnwlck announced Tues. ........... 00" II. mmsIbSms, ISEMEKTW :: a. rots.

I Lo I DON'T WAI until It i too late, to the the ao.tsu.a of .10 Soul 1.6.4 H 55. ,
Glad Vases The News.WAITRESS. ; aquarium on ay. At least 26 of them have .... sthe I...... lob-I. 8. 'o TIll Pod $5Ot.fed_ M.rrk Ill

\ Palm City Visitors I See as hi i for aulomobibInsurance May meeting date. Indicated they Intend to attend totrtcft ..b.ll k. ....... ... en.. ,THE COURT OP JoUNTY'AIDCE LEGAL

: G. F BlatiTflt. e.eom"l < at you need under WANTED...::- Room Mrs. H. H. Hlpson, judging allege ,....|_'" k|> lk. .... ",11i.., IN.0sAtros I i.TIN COUNT, AIkLSTI3EMEIITIre
Restaurant. .. Ifc.l _.... HIM u4 '
the fl ncial responsibility board, salary Rice Os.-
sew chaIrman of exhibits announced -
One student Dessle Shlvar ... 5.65.m, IN PSOIATEUTAT
Os mt COURT V" 5145 *"
I ? : 4lR-COOt.Zl1 OUT Law. heodore Dehon eVBldg Phone 5151.Week's. first second and third place : ted his work 'tI*. ,.nr. l>n.... _IIt.._ ..) 0 IN all. -, JOCK,, MARTIN dbUNTr, plo "
: school the
,, omp at
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Have you seen the ne Lauxon Son. Deh Phone II. wards to Mrs. Leach for artiste klty iMnrnm ( 'LVNCH.' los Iii E8TATK I Igueigros
end of the first semester in .. \
.1. .. ..
ice l> jMlcktIt u06 Al 1701* 5
i Cycle Air cooled utboard U arrangements Blue ribbons January but het will return to ::.. ItrflramIM .=. proe.t: 5,,. ltaALr IJNvo., lIAavy I OSvs
I motors Come In ant try one LegalInstruq1ents In' the specimen classes were 'III. .... of ...h ..._.. .... / ..400..md OIL .mdiI.r., is56,50
Out. Ralph timer n star Co. REFRIGERATION Whltlcar receive his diploma with the lOW of ... sos .1 ... p4t usesirS NOTICE TO .EOITORSAND sod s.s. bscIs 0 1t.
warded Mrs. Curtis
triers who lnclud: It It _' I 10 AI.t c".vto, ALL Pr.. ||B.I BBM Mall
Mar 11 Air Conditioning Repair for rotes and to Mrs. Shock and not smut '.j I of .... BBkiyI ......- IIONIi 10056(15 AIM* AND DR.MK Yoo..doo.s.0a i iI .550
I Call IM for rVompt Service Mrs. Clay McKerute fot aialias. Mildred Maureen Allman, Jen ,.. U IWbmm, ; MANtle AGAINII ESTATE OP lied I Ikat ru at* ran.. S Nip's.
,, RAYONSIATCOVf { !;fit any LELAND TV BALER njr Alberta Baldwin. Rhua Do 'us. _.I front prorortr ../ HiiHf- ANNA Y. L'Nt ALlIS KNOWH ..topSnSu. oro
; ZEO.* Ralph' Mrs George Conrad hostess ..". sb-I. .5t.le. s 0mb-b I"-. meb06ooccnuksItbosoos.J..tl.oo All ANAsTASIA' EALV LYISCO *. or ollkrf *fOB, astk.asInIsfSsrnm |kiM*
3 car Installed for $ X MORTGAGE chairman Introduced the host- lore Bartlett 1 Peggy Joyce V.4ev 5,4 per-. >no I
: llmer Motor Co |2.Mar. 111 a;. BwHnt I* South!*. Ststvs Lo.4 Butcher, Leona. Elizabeth Chase. . ._ .... .... of Smt1o. u. n. edo.to.-56.55.. arMd, I.U of kUrtfc rt' I
--- -- ---.- DO YOU hat. .,..1IIe' Itla you aaa ,.1...... Cwporatloa.I easel of the afternoon: Mrs. Ev..n. Wanda Clements Betty Jean H .... -boody .oaslmmod ,J .... .... I.". p0.. .'S .mb I ... ... ... ..5 S. Ik* MBW tu4a *f kaVlkbbnaa.
i AIR-COOLED EMUqS. Wec L. 1'...ioe to" Arnold H. Bar Crary Mrs Joseph BackusIra. 50 -sa .- .s 510 .m.en.d ... Ootiflod. sod ....It .. _, at k'f .15.. t. I 4Staart 0.I.
i hen not laying Than BM E.;. i. RkM. **. *"t BI to 11: _. *..k .fA Donaldson. Edna Jane Elkins. h..ldln" If ho.. .6. a ,I.e .air *. .I.i.. ... 5r-n4 "1,5. ,_ ssp I. PlBrUa. M or krlx S
and Mrs H. 5tsor
have In alock Launo and Wis'conain ....... Swinglehurst .. .. m dnp.d't400o.b' ,,, 114) .] *-'
Hew Pan-a-min. Stuart; led Mary LucIlle Huff. June Helen ow* 0* tao frffntftfnfIkM hWtdlsi -. h... ... &h. ...... 5
.' I air-cooled e for I Wllkk to WUItaal 11..1".... H.: Thayer who featured St. tk* .aw kulKkir f.ka so a,. 45, Y. Le.b. .. l0t. awt MlBd.r ma.lbn ..4a -
that beat or other: =: Also I Store. U loss ...h Oolaitoii* .. Harold W.... P tl1ck'. Day motif in decora- Matousek, Margaret Murray ..... Ik. klik. ..... li thoa tho ..... "..I. Lend... ..... In".. 'S A 11M dau W Ik* first rk'*1..01
Barbara BOtlo. Ea k flBlBI W 4. I or
Peck Anne Plttman, elIp BMulraet4 bIll OP 5hb-e C000le010mms,5" '
for them. L'Imer; j SPENCER SUPPORTS for \women f"WARRANTY Ions and .refreshments at a reception .. i .... ..,. 'fN.Y.rko. h.r505.eand..l0'eoo6d.
; parts R"ph 1m Pollock avjBMBt property I 10 "law 4. ibm "55. .... 4.05 I <<'......
; Motor Co. 11 Men's belts Luella Do- SMlBnl I..... LBB4 M* TlBIBV. C.,. hour The. 41 members Grayce Elizabeth .*.orlet.*. .. M tkHkMk ft aiilM. I 5,5.. .5 ....... 0.: ", Ps.s Cestr.... .. Bad pool oflle* 5 Hi
J .II-Mar. _.tI.. 6" L 50.0... omeroy. Sara Lou Roth. Jean ,tan .kail ... .ppir/.... taat Sooth.' 1110 .... em. I I. bt.. .... 'is5..rt..lesIboo.* nI
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A IEtUSTRAiaRA liileepo ; ney, 1101 Orange Avo. lirt ....4 .... .... and 3< guests from many ,parts .6.50,5. kl ...4. ah* aw
i' w.1 Oou6bs 00mm Ti. ow'0u.s et.. Evelyn Rue, Charlotte Beat ( I *f BBI4)) IMBf' .1.u u ..... Cn.s N... t. also II.,... ea... Br '
.. ,.. ..... ,. '50
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Pierce. Phone 191-M for < or the United States expressed Jo wit rlorldo, .IIIt. will boon.
). I" 8. ..III sell '1,'trade .n ,.... M_ to W. L.SUTBB||| *t in.Hui nthuilasm over the eenterpriec rice Saliaa, Betty Joan Scott .Tkal. .. 4wl,Un /.* .r... M IIF ...110 1 ._.... ,..... It. ...sen. ,h.18'fins........
Improved arl ;t .;, old Dixie und. -- I. a. lllclwofaM to '....1..>. '..hL arrangement by Mrs. fiwlngle- .... prnWM I 5.r .. BM ,...H. .6.1." ... ........ a Ib,5.. .a44 IRMA HTHU HI.-1111
: I KAddraM
JI elastic F Rita 110.
TRUSSES aUckbigs, I.ot,*> kl. PMMroy to Eraa. C6orr.N. hunt and her mother Mrs Lln- lyn Sincere AUdi Taube, aer* *f 10 mmps tkat a ia,l* bass u54... of 55e ... AdoilalBtrMrtl S.f *
1'f' _ I I'j knee pads anklets ete. Stuart' .rtl. Bfemekl W Pr..k I6o"m.NtI. .. Elaine Rae TJlmer Viola Lucille ::,: *wlllU ," ; bs Brl. *.| ': 'OrI'ibsc6or. I 050 to 5,4 prs.50 _o4. 5. f. Oi. S .r
Propert'i' ,. ..... .. .. na Brook White balloons form WI
U! rnnk NM .. '... lit.. ..... 110. ._ .111 0. ...._
H E A L African Drug Corf. / U D ratk.* A. N*>rr I* J. M. **mH. *. ... ed heads of Molly and Mike an Wright Jacques Jim Adnet, Ted ..... lot .*.,7a.. boos dlp plotted l 5.604 ibIs us ... of Homb II, 1*.
II Violets. out I lois'" S HkkMhM to rr.nk O 11._ surrounded Bishop, Charles B. Hall, Jr, 5.5 ,.o..dod Sn '.hilo _... Pr- ELLA II.YIWGlNIA. INS, II."P
IrIsh couple by
.f Ihe DONT WAIT until its to late. ... I. DIIlM M H>..> TilbM.kull Commodore Hamilton Hardwlck I .. ib. _.. of 'Ie' ....1.tI.... GAlo
) .. ,,.. r. lm* I* C.ohio., .. novel reminder of 8 ,. Patricks 4. Y.. ..' .uss poor 6501 sold .... 10 E.s.tos.s OIl ill -
peatas and ,erbdran., Plants'j See as today for autplnobilo Hi....* sod W......., !I.., to (.1.. Hlf.k native! land. John Carl Haromy, Jr, ArthurTheodore I 550.6." ) t.1 aid ........,. 0. .....1.. Y. 14... .... h 5....,as a A. A........ IN THE couNTY I C5I
Eroros: Lyons. 115 insurance that you no.4 under ** BvrMnl.MT : Henry, John WarrenL'Heureux 11- 5. .4. un 00 40 cm4. .. ... H.sip I....... 5.5 as n.. In.. MARTIN ? O5lPIN
... 'or. COUNTY
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; to C. P. T0w ** .50,1 ....I ..
the new re4ooslbil. Gar D. (rank. t .. ,... .... Frederick William "' .. mm RE, RXTATC OF I
** *" u | Joseph R. Swan, president of 0*. faai,f, prlvita. _1"._ a( s n.Ha raigy.
Law Theodore eboa II .50.cIs Meyrs, Robert George Montgomery .... .. ALICE A. atURKM
fiiNTf itliii. nalde. ouT. Ity "" '1011. *r.mo..l Bt rt al arI A'-o 5., F.omstr5m. .
L. is CIo_.. I. ...k..... the New York Botanical Garden foot la kfvkt roru4 Bot ..... Pu''. ,... i
side porch and d4k. $1.91. Son.. Dehoo .Bld,. .De'IL ....'_. ib50h'eO'O., c...... SeH. was a visitor In Stuart three days Donald Lee Terry Harris II fort froA allkw proprtr BMrar 11... la 5 I.. 11. $o. "", ,nlLIG.A& NOTICC TO CAl .

.. 4 Cf r. OSopSoed.Isostc.o Holman Wall'George Dewey .. .0 ... nlS..o .hall .. .eosso, .1 55 MI.A.
In 0
gallon Ca toInf gallon sS .
5 ... ... ..... last week as guest of Dr. and ADVUTmEgNOTICS SCr-tl. 1100050, bmW
Po. c- isAls .. ..
Wells Jr Sam Ellison Whittle 40. .h .a .I tit riot wkMir.PMK'Trr
per ..... Colon nd ...bltfl.IU' .... Mrs. U C. Sanford.Mrs. sod rooJrod to fli* ai"**" J
'l REFRIGERATION 1..1o.1e. So.k.p.nst. ibnen.p. Billy Newton, Chase. Jr and Al. 56..r. ado odlok tare no**." "**M
gallon one gallon tkal SoMloa
per -0-. pran la) o.sa5.55..frto ,*5.0500
Hobo 80un, .umber Co. Domestic Upaln .fIII.. OoIel.dl..I.e. ... son KimbalL I ft aM. -.1.4, B* f B-lattea. a* HiaTus COUNT nfc'K i 0's5q
ean. Promit Do'oemM. Cur.sp I. Edwin A. Mennlnger and tainfraiI. I ?. 11,4, NStslu i Cema..
tf Call Z33 for Service I.. C. ........ The first semester honor roll ititekM ... 5 soc iS Btuu. Fl f". Was'
Ptlllr .......
Mrs H. A. of West Palm Shot ( IfoTieg OS
Shepard rm si! III baizsv
LELAND T 1MIER I..!. .. foes to RoWrt T J..k>M. as announced by the school Includes 5 110 dza.a0..oS .. '.1_. __ tssvase '0.. 'ei.d. omtb
FOLKS. We for Wil' leach will return from I to e .i (:.. II,. P6.0 b-Sm'. .f
are age5ts I tf t..1! L. B..| .. Juki. ... P-we. Jr.CoO Saturday : 'YSts 5.olIlso eose OIl 4..1"n ... ., PIo"" ,, A. .." es.
non Toomer Fert4xers. We .U S_ to tiff W. LIU. 8t., Petersburg where they have SENIORS: Janle Arthur .kaHBuk ...... 55 .__.. .. tho II UIII liT AC?..00.Un. an. ...
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Corl L. ffft to Do.1oI 0. WWOri tettoohe .
4 have that good Spclal CltrunJ AGENTS for G.uI7 Pumps. All L. ..< "..... H Boos to OluCvl been visiting Mr and Mrs. J. a Henry John Haromy Jacques rm,w'a far.alar* Una ma faatllr .50.4 504 101lAIITIII COUNT. r. a. it1tS
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Fertilizer In stock t all &lmea. sites Immediate delivery. H. a.oo .1 a. McCrocklin, Jr. Bar It,' enP'hsd.o.cco. emil sOloesS f. nub. at., '. '
Adnet Wanda Ik-rV .1.! faaillr s.ts.y lar .5.. bStnu nfnn. *
L. BM .. WllttMl r. *.14011olo. Clements, a dsoili.s Bur Btkm nsd b..t h'Wd *
Ralph IJimer Mo Co. Stuart Hardware Co. Phone, .. ... John LUeureiut June Matousek orted Os e lot ....* us .1" sbl 0. 65. n.' .. ... T.... I on 504 Mtordll NVods.r aI
< 'APPIDAYIIless. tkaa llnor* fort .tf ... lot .e Sb. 10'1'._._ nil
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tine Water rum connected MOHTGACE ....... nor wf tkl, nf. lb It'h S.. of APrIl, 15(5. 00.oil .... *T Ik*
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te aJr.I.n en. Ralph SATISFACTION OP MOHTOAGE ...rll ... 11._.. .. Phil Fn**. mer and Alson KImball .[ bUN: 'LORIDA.I. lou .: :: ",*,i _, tt. LISTs'ito.
Vlmer Motor C. te IIlar. 11f w. L. ..IIt... .O so 5e ....h 0..oo.5.oonoe SATISFACTIOfl Of LIEN JUNIORS: Charles Herron _or.7. C..... 5- ... psrml.. (hess ....... 50.' ,, 10 .., I,, .Id 1. -,rwA
LOST reddish Popv55oo. 1_ .. *., 0. c-: t Laaikar c.....,. lac. to ArHa. C. ecos.te c-niml.os" 6Sea. I OR s.6.Osg ..... 0N4. Aa..M '.5. Sos. so. is. N. .
a SALt= :fC'BrinlStrattoR 9W ; or ttrajr 4. large .........., ..5PA5TIAL aI. Marjorie Tucker John Oadd Hank. II llta. 056. of mahot. of on p.trn50. .

or. fOOd I IeGadltion. brown dof n_med Pete. PerIOD c4i.r; : ol llmrt to 5rn.i.s. WCHlim alLl"'l 0' MOSTGAGIutMoo Joan Combs Mary Coleman Met ,-.-,.. a5 4450 ......... will nod.. : LEGAL.:AOVERfsUI
I leading ..._... a.u.sat..s .. !;orl &. LEGAL 4Dn.TISDtE .. 1

Make er. I. W. giving Information S..k ft llurl .. J'Ior4 Luk. LIEN Burgess, Janice Arbogast Sue ..... II ... 10. mn.s. ... Aums4. '
Berry, phon. 18. 0 :Il-i. tf to his noejrery will receive Ce L. Hftlorm .. O SV *..ltl... Pot Ploeso 'Tile and C.ufrsotlos c- Leek, 0001'18. Knickerbocker LEGAL ADVtBTIStMENTT? ... PInt .. PsI. Cl,. 50 '55 eI LEGAL INTtNTrOijO Ar/viRTjEijfJJ'",
reward. B. t, fcarlberf, Phone Chodis a. '011_. s4 .t 5. h. 11__. 5MO.P 5e.r7.U. Emily Morrison Jesse Qulgley\ \ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REG1 ci : P c l ,'$ TA NCTICL OP

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e.h.tbIrufriends 5. Okurnbie, Cuost OIl PIeri. o Co W. Lo... Gordon Terry Ola Ricardo, Duane LLon1 'amp .Wli I .. I. P. I. ,_ f. ........ s. iSSk'rktok -
ltfFARM returning U It.... We SUM .. FtorliU M hess C. (telbrSUM .... !; II .
!::: Maderta Warren Ooode ohiO I .HI....... I. konIs.1 ... UlOltrira or .Od r s. will oro.It
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FOR aAU-OIi lkwa, W. .. Smiso.Ohs. June Pollock:, Betty Malheson ::: b'lIOVlSEIo'p: Puss 0' TNI
.. If seers I houses. of rumor. being .UnIa..... Cut tv Bw to rim rMl 1 "k'S.ss I .s 1orI". to ....II.. N. ...... and Frank MathesoR. Is.-., :-t Sans. .the.15 oAq PLoaltiA IT'Ta thot .5. is'S0ime.ood Snn.
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n eWs'I,! satisfaction farmers can by jet(row both*II([TAX Miami REMOVAL, March 11 FAVORED-Fuller War- 11 States Receive More Than Ocean Breeze Park given last week by Mrs I. J. vllle, Pa.. A. F Day of YpsllantlMich .I If Y., Is k guest of Mr and Mr*, : I '
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/ et w"1 ceduri tot ren of Jacksonville brought hU Stephens were Mrs D Campbell and T T. Llndsey of Mae Costella, ':, 4.
candidacy for Oovernor to the of Rsntoul, HI Mrs George Peck Nashville Oo"t. '" \
uuChr trees, Mr. and Mrs Charles P
v iutmas Miami $1,000,000 From TaxesReprinted Mr. and Mrs W C Griffin, 4j
populous are last week Racing 2 DANCES GIVEN of Ruahvtlle Nebr., Mrs RobertLa '
den of Pittsburgh are guest*:2 I( l
.n r going on record M favoring Vine of Fishvlck, N. Y. Mrs. Earl Atkinson and his guest, Dr. :
Junk the removal of the State tax Earl Beagle of Fulaskl, N Y. Floyd Jaiuays of Cleveland attended Mr and Mrs. William H. Vaught ft I'' j i q
BUY from gasoline consumed Inequipment ( from the February the horse players?* we asked and Mrs. Stewart Sutton, all of the pro-amateur tournament Chester Farnham of AubuQ, I' I j
... BY MICHIGAN at the Seminole Club. K Y caught four snook welgto.I t j
f Tax
ecked cart, scrapper used exclusively for .u. Outlook) Maybe"he ald.But I U1nkhi whom are staying at Henderson ? '
I farming and boat Jised solely If the ponies should quit running Camp and Oo-an Breeze Park It took. 30 minutes for Dr. Ing between 20 and 40 IDS, while r. t ,
and brat for fishing or If folks quit reading the 111 taxes have more'to do with Mrs Undsey was hostess at Floyd Jasuays to land a 12-lb fishing on Jensen bridge ::: t,1
7 Dally Racing Form. It could be, It. In New, York now'U per'cent CAMP VISITORSBy a picnic luncheon last week. snook recently t
s '. a pretty serious business' Rhode of all the money bet Is taken by Guests were Mrs C H. Sander of Mr and Mrs. Walter West are To have trees for tomorrow; l
LOY/P ORDER OF Island got 29 per cent of all Its, Stati, and local taxes But over Delray Beach Mrs W H. Bo- spending the week in MiamI.. we must prevent forest fires tp,, :
, JAUTOPATSy MOOSE tax collections from Its part(-mu- In New Jersey only.! 4 cent MRS. MYRTLE TERRIO ettlches and Margaret Roll of Mrs. HeIdi Peterson of Elmira, day, ..' t, i' "
h luth Dixie HighwArI MEET LODGE.... f. .IIN.. 'tuel tax last year And a couple Mr. < I Evansvllle, Ind, and Mrs. A. J. -- '. \
for taxes So what' do I and MM It Matthewsof \
IN eM e.5 DNESDATI of other States did pretty well I got Zulsson of Henderson, K,. 'j
Fort Pierce i EACH M It with that tax too. New Hampshire do? When 1 go to the races and KJnt City, Mich* were hosts' Hostesses for cards this w-ek PHONE FREE PARKING .oa :;.. ; .1.- I
Phone 129 / .. Moose Ho got almost 18 per cent of bet. I go to Jersey tracks" for a dartce sponsored by Mich* are Mrs Richard Hoke for Right Down TownS 1.. '
nPrJlAI; HIGH Y Its tax collections from the mu- Sure enough, New Jersey's income Igan visitors! last week. The bridge, Mrs James Smith for 500 PILL UP TN GASOLINE AND PARK ALL DAY. rP YOU LIFE I\ : .
tuals; Florida 11 per cent; Delaware from the mutuel tax rose I Matthews making led the the word.grand Michigan marchIn and Mrs L. J. Stephens for, pinochle SIN LOU BRANCH I \11"I 1 :
per cent; Maryland! 6 STATION .
better than 113 per cent from : and the State song was sung A o.-l"OIl M..eS 7 w..1 d l
Mr and Mrs Richard Hoke WE5 PALMEACN FLORIDA .1 Pr.tRnununnuhuunuuununmuuum
.. Now UijPer Personal! Supervision of iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiMartin I I I I I I I I I I 3848 to 194?. balloon dance was held Sunday
want to ,
I express their appreciation '
u EARL B. DUGAN, County's cut from I The 1bl\ winners are the 11 I night. and thank' to their friends unununhnuulnnnnuuuuuutg, ,,,, ,, :
OwnerSTJLUCIE the marl-mutual tax In 1941 States which collected $1000- Moving pictures: are held In who- ptesented thelm with, a
b showed a '.1 per cent drop as ,, 000 or more each from their the club house every, Sunday wedding girt BIUTFREE I IrT .
B compared t& what the county pari.mutuel tax's in 1947 They night Dr. R. M, Gardner of Lakewood ', '
received In 1946. Checks totaling Include: I Moving pictures are held In Ohio caught an .11-lb, a YJ.'I I'
|T. LUCIE RESTAURANT |9g.OM were dent to tbla'count rMllfnrnl". .ISIS .'.llirllm.. ,,.,412...7S1. .".*. the club house every. Sundaynight half-moon while fishing hearthe Joint Business As 'gI ,;: ..I
.IWiMcu tie l 4l l 55% '
In 1946 but last year .. ..... Inlet. ,,
LUNCHEON AND DINNER IVtawiir ISIS .11. I0NI OO* and Service Co. :
UN LR SUPERVISION or ANDY TS they dropped to (M.000. These "1.47..14.follwllon..'..l lies .011.1"11".......4.8, .U..u.K 14*..... Mrs. Harry Hoke celebratedher James I Leslie caught a 12'j-lb' I EquipmeiSales | .t I
OPEN SUNDAYS ,, receipts are divided equally IMT ollMtl,.. 114,151,551, Mw0. 5%. birthday last week. triple tall s Moisture 'Whero and When You Want It" m "i 11-
Liner of Choice LIQUOR WINES between the County Commission 11I1.II".4wllMtinft ..ollwltonii........... .n I4I049091M7 15.. Mr and Mrs. J. C Kuhn and H. A. Hunter of Dayton; caughta IRRIGATION S TENS, PUMPS, POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS .= I .,
and the School Board. As M.rt>lan< I U' enllrUuos. ..........; their guests, Mr and Mrs Hun- 28-lb. snook off Jensen bridge. :: J I
md CORDIAL .. ......... .. ,.... WE MANUFACTURE I1!
may be noted this county 1551 .11. .11. a5. 5%! derup ot Springfield. Mass, went New arrivals hire last week :
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drop was greater than ttae reported .Ml.Urhi.etU-... un ..0...",...11M'f1..' 44t 1.101..l, 5eYkhleu fishing on the Gulf Stream with Include F. 'W Sharpe of Grayling Free Sp \nUe Portable) Irrigation SystemsYES f k I IIF 1Ono
dip for the State as a 41'*.. ... Capt Curt Whltlcar They Mich. Joseph Mat b of :: ..3.W POET Plea 7155. ORANGE AVE E II tj' '
whole.Hiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. 1,57 ...,-_ ..IS44... 55,101,551.11..01. 50.51,571,051. ,*.. caught four sails releasing three Southbrldge, Mass. John Stachowiah :: .' ,.. h.e a 1.1' lult-Stoll.. = I ,r ;'"1 I' ',
I i l 1 I l I I I I I N.. .H.m".hl.1 ooll.-tJ".. 55.. of them and retaining 7-ft. 8-ln. of Cincinnati Eddie 1 liiuIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" I lllllllllllllllllllllllltlllll111111111111111111111L"JllHl' : l !
I l l l l l l 1 1 1 1 1 4.4.. .., 1.4T nllxtln.l' IIl.,tt>., one. Mrs Kuhn plans to have Lewis of Washington D C, A .!! ,
per cent, Massachusetts S percent or N..'J I.%.........IBIS.d1."Imp. ., 54,015,551 'earrings loads of the release L Palmateen of Ballston Spa
; and New Jersey and New N..1547.. -""..""' ..,.......... ., I It". buttons Mrs. Hunderup caught N. Y., John a Stllwell of Peoria, i I
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jghest Cash York only a little less than S 5047 uoiJ.Mlns.' 1511 U..lI.9U5.15/,555.154,101,555 4..... 4". a 17-lb. mackereLTwent Ill.. A. Broch of Chelsea Mich. HAVE 't"rIRUBBE' '
5 per cent Ith._. '.1...... .54,710,505. .. 7517 ..ellm.Nu. ) boats went ,through Sterling Young Poughkeepsie, :
laid For Your There were 11 States which 05,5-,501 up-71% Jensen. bridge March %. Nine N Y., B. I. Wannen, Bryant IT:1 I r
;SED CAR "" collected more than 1.000.000 HUDSON IRONS ATTEND: were shrimpers going to Texas Fond, Me. J) M.:.B'an of Green.
Us Before each from the parl-mutuel tax' BANKERS MEETING and thirteen were cruisers going : r
In 1947 And there were nine', north. ;
|u rad.Sell or other States which collected aj j Palm Beach Inflation was A square dancing class is held COLDSLIQUID 1 1.j
mutuel tax-Arizona, Arkansas, the main, topic of discussion: at every Tuesday and Saturday at .;

SUNRISE MOTOR C & M ANY Ohio Louisiana, Oregon, Maine, Washington, New Mexico and' a VI meeting held here of bankers of Group 1 p.m.Charles at the Marquart club house.of Battle I GfI pla..ml,101. MED. of C I..IS,...,BETTER. elk 544e. for yow floor* .j It \ fk
lui-ts a. Dixm roar riEnci 1 \ PHONE last Thursday at ... I.q.dC msr..k tea *
ito rN.
,.- V7est' Vlr&lnla-but none got al the First National Bank. Group Creek, Mich. is a guest of Mr dSHEETf "
$1,000,000 from.I It. and Mrs. Carroll C Alpeter.Juest.ll : !aQ1UPAIID I I 'i','
I VI, one of six groups of the Florida 66 LD /
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All together:, these 20 States Banker Association.Is madeup ( at an afternooii tea I'' ,
WHEN YOU NEILUMBEj collected more than till.000.000. 0(.banks In Broward Charlotte RUBBER I'I'. :'
from their mutuel taxes in 1947 j DeSoto Glades, '
Thj mutuel taxes vary a good1 I Indian River Lee Martin Hendry Okee- Invite "Yourrnendt To .; II''II"
deal In speclflcatloAs chobee, Palm Beach. and St f \ to beautify your jAchen Cabinets and Drainboarda. ,\ 1
the average it Is a matter of a I Luclt Counties Over 20 colors fr<* which to select- and all guarantees ,
OR ANY certain percentage of all money Elected as Group VI representative !, of course. Act our expert mechanics install Jr I
bet being taken out of the pool I' on the executive council SailspoiRestaurant ,.lifetime floor of -ubber tile in your home. I
BUILDING MATERIAL and turned over to the State ,of the association was D 8 "
treasurer (land. in some cases, an Hudson president of the Citizens
additional percentage being Bank of Stuart. Also attending Just South of Frazyr Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 Visit us in 4Lr new showroom at 900 South
CALL OR SEE turned over to the local Oovern- the meeting from Stuart Dixie oppoile the park in Fort Pierc II II'I
menU) before 11.11 divided among was David B Irons, vice-presi 'OR ,
the bettors who have. picked the dent of the Citizens Bank.

I East Coast Lumber I right rive horses of the It States which FIESTA-SCHEDULER.---- A REAL HOME COOKED MEAL t

Mllected more than 11.000.000 on -'I'
: their mutuel taxes last year Klaslmmee..Slghtseelng trips TRY OUR DELICIOUS STEAKS ECKER Inc.
!stowed declines New York's collections by boat, spe'd, boat racing. wa. GRIFFI :
& Supp Co. for example declined ter Bill performance a boat
a\rJ J per cent We asked pageant and other water events FLOOR \OVERINGS r tl tlItCE
a of our who has been are among the activities planned SEAFOODS

f1 hone 22 P. O. Box 3q Stuart Florid! 50years Mating$[ on about the horses this for almost'1 for the Sunshine opening Fiesta day of her the Florida April I BENJAOTN CODDARD, Prop. FORT Pl ;; FLA. t :

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sighting lilt 11', .t. plain CurJ from X everything you can to prevent if We, who hate nobodj
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.O d> known' n .wheiMfn" flw innilH ....l _h. Ik. rlik.
t.. r.)jcrt any afatotr. .wiWit. ..h..I..t.. magazine, with an arrow 'pointing( are being stirred up to raw anoftotW tmt 4..eIl.d!. :.. l '.':"!ttMt, I..UM .w '<" rM..IfedL..r.11 Y..a: to a certain djile, mid stating that being filled with fears. We, who covet no man'* rod

hi ordir Jo) 'ovoid. intemipliun of are being sold on Ideas of expansion and counter: expu

NATIONAL EDITORIAL service, renewal! sliould. lie entered' lion, We will be the victims of the hates the fears,, tin

'< .ASSOCIATION' at ,micet wok later coiml aduplicate experiments.You ,
InAD fil' of tin,first card lubt.lied, ) military men warn us that "we must do *'_

I "St"\"", Notice" Next coincc( a thing" You scientists warn us that "we, must d(. son*

MEMBER: OF THE ASsoCIATED PRESS form letter. remarking that my thing" We are doing something We are' leading quid,

Ttu AIMC<.<. | r.... li .ntn.'l] ,,,, .vrl", 44,0. I..r ,......".._ .r on tin failure thus far to renew lull undnuhlmjly (orderly. peaceful lives Why don't you do the 811m..,"
Yea. ..... P........ j lo .IYi', 'n. WI"'" .._.' ..Ia _., .II AP_..,_. 1..5.n.. ton> diy to an over- This world our world would be far better off!
( slgl.t, ami if I will just fill. out if ltd leaders would] come down off ,their glory w at and
BRIGHT PROSPECTSThree and mall the ecKtowd, ) card <(00 "
be mat folks. They are only men and women liki u> -
L important!' |".r ilt'cl| :< are haiing I | which will money required: )", .the magazine nothing more. They might better enjoying fish i frig
miv prIme viieci: in rnnjiiiix! :"iiuuri grow : ------ win try' to oversee my carelessness and sending their kid through school farming anti ring .
((1)) The bridyiM to t Kit ocian RIDIN' HERD I>>r: : : Shot No 4 ditlares that the flowers than whit they are doing .-* which I' ho*
((2)) Improvement "I'( the highway to Lake Okee LETTERS' .lll'Wlstunds! for next month are sold
chobee out !so if I ",wish; etc etc ducting
J ,. (
((3)) Digging St. I.ucie Inlet Snoopin Around Town The date. of expirutiuit is now '

Each of,these w now a-ssurcd ..= and within the term =O oooo.aEditor only a week away and the appeals rubble.After all, it's our world. too and ,it,. time that 11\
tng year should bt! aicumpIH) Financing steps on the IJC41"! ''" FLAIR; Stuart News: begin to get more urgent and moreNiignanr raise our voices and demand that we be allowed all d

.1 bridges are expected to )L. taken in May. Their method (GliNt flc/xirtrr) Af a (:cruiser owner with a justl [ ; lIe fifth reminder Is not (Is to' lead lives which enjoy the wonders of the ea U
of financing hall been approved by the State Road De- fled complaint. the! following( Is the a form, but what lots, like I, a.sure-'
instead of this mad and paranoiac: planned self-dertrw;
pnrtment The improvement 'of stuart-to-South Fork IN 'BIG CITIES yes duu--i.e;; ;;; ; mail-roan' olte*. In 'a mall il I results of mv experience as a boat enough!( personal! letter from the tion being promoted by the leaders of the world tjdajr
bridge link in the road to th Lake l IK owner on the Indian! River at Jean sub criptam manager calling ml .
< now in progress town like Stuart lie s a sunrise! a morning eye-opener. :; It s our world, too.Horticulturally.
Arusdel Corp, has been awarded contract for digging every ten I wish to bring to your piper attention' to the feature that will _
inlet. the xxlys frx-nd Hundred/ (many. uf tlutn I'' winter gimts( ), watch for the unpleasantness.. which I was. appear In the magazine hi the<< caoClos: : =::..oClqc=::loClOC::=:=oCl

Stop and think. Stuart has grown thin far without\, lain coming, daily mm! eiguly"!' than they wail for confronted. with several times in forthcoming months. I .mint real.
'the arrival of Santa Glaus once a your UM week Ire that X has been Speaking
bridge to the ocean l/eachei, without a good road to the past always uniinroached -
.Everglades, \ a decent mitt What will our town On Hit route" the, muil mall is Joe Pritrud J On the morning o/ Feb 27lhin } but -wl( .tt lilt !gone l le'i .
do.j fs the next five yean with these Advantaged! .. call hhn I Uiieto Sam. In tlifl. oilier lection of Stuart leaving Jacksons Boat Yard,. fore is a pale shadow of what 'it -=====..oOo.o:: o-==::.o=o---'n r
i* AI irk! J jlinson, Jot never forged m3rams!. '
tao where reutul..r. coming I ain t '
f nothing
dockage and npi; yet There ll ,I no thrill comparable til 'watching things !grow: Tk)I
WATER CONTROtTv ) lies borne town Oak I ILIWWeat V i ginu, he Wd*
: | And if I Interested ..
!blown .the is a navigable channel to .vil.gmllllt' o.irintejcense of loch thrills for and he.*, ill finally establishing: hn" I
.1 :A glance/ at the nljp of DIP proposed water coijjrol He oxiM at renwiuber" man with )"Ihr( photographic must Coastal Water( ; Way channel in the will I note the price of a Sink.* sans. tine from a for away land that nobody else. hap. aeeeeikd
2HM( > license '
plans the Fork ,of plate numbers Indian River this Instructed two; 'em' luhllTll'li'MI' tad tit ffI'I"I'I-'
I on North (the st Lucie Hiver indicate and the of llie } I in bringing to American shorn, or at least the newcomer ft s
that a canny group of St Lutie County developers have (IJ.1t'I'a"! ", ..names. lie knows t..lie car t.wIK'rl.of ferhups'thnt'oCelia with lifts over ,a mile king across. lion three or four 'under whirl 1 J rare a* to cause even the experts to lift their eyebrow As i Mr behaving
FAigg \ nunw round.
tll'd-In) to the major plan drainage which frvwyoiMf the entrance will i practically .be paid for taking
,'j system wouldtake ewe apartment.t lesw!' practically one- several such. thrills Wry, 'I want to recount a few .
a great many thousand private dollar to build. half mile hi'each direction Olea'M ItP
Sorry MnVlute, First Vt UK authorities( and in each Instance I I *,iH
That blfi,New link storm delayed me! quote gM
This will open up the/ Allapatta Flats to citrut, farm'I' serving a man on each end' of tat Entreaties havlr.gMn\ unavail
: ing1 and ranching. St. Lucie (;ounty has already aimed a mid clu delivery. Your time. town paper should be\lure tumor in power' boats waiving coats, I lug, threat are! now In order. fi>Iow I- my experience so you will know what I am talking about" : j

I I' road: at the heart of this area.i ow'. Clad to see !hulks. cold II 1 improving A present for you Mn think to draw my attention to their up is a communication, "In the ((1)) tmlxilhnum./ rorrlwum 1 Is a red.flowered Chili<1II tree wMrtetillie

t'.i 'I' ,While there i i3 little doubt that this move will spell Martin Ullle J JIII IrnicIs; walUtig mmlj, U.n...r. And for yon' Capo nets, beckoning{ me to shallow Waters nature' of f. an ultimatum, stating of Ijindim! calls "the most beautiful flowering tree In lh week'The
," fuiiiCto another Jhuritinx and fishing territory in the name 'lagg' hares a tat 'here magazine." to avoid their nets; damagingmy that if my renewal Is nut eccelveelby ) common'' name is CHILIAN, FIMTHIE;; \ '

I "f 1 projrefti! ," Martin ( ouuty/ might! well, consider: "What Daily while. Joe J .dutnlmii's, mail) In lIft(I, big buttery of boxes on out propelkr .l I draw nearly the 29th Init" their offer will Recently\ flO1n'Dr.I C. H. Hewitt I Belluigen New South \VaW
1' are we doiiiK, if anything/ to In'-in-intelligently with a major lower f!yiests and kuldin! gitliir' hox| .fully fur messages! from four feet of( water; nets necessitating \ have to lie withdrawn, The! X pile Australia, I received seed of( Embothriutn( mltUtomt wlmh, "ha
I' -water control plan, 'The answer, as you know in Iron,*! Joes llnt-rio. owl ud !greeting: slarts the day off happily for me to travel north one.half isliert are handirapped with a germinated well ami I have good many small tree. Dr l ilenlt. I

"Nothing.:; everyone whoI, I him. in.ul or no null Even when lie leave mile to get out to channel Tins in- taper shortage, tlie demand' (for theorthcoirang writes of It'Called: ,

_We do not even have a county engineer to propose Ins. a.lull from the la* Cdkttts. Ins grutinj: ; .....es the pain. And son stance made it necessary to putbout "louse I I. to eitormoiii TALL WARATAH Brilliant red flower! Wl ire finches

an intelligent water control; )plan nor do we appear to you, Joe prod and ALiric Jnhtmin. a ml, white and blue julute! on ways causing me to change that guards. are to be placed at deep when well grown, similar to the Chilian IV|* 1".
havf developers efficiently interested! to push for the water Each, of you ix a daily Santa Claus who rfcU-s all kinds of weather for propeller the. newsstands to handle *the bright nd, kale' flurert ue arranged all-around tM spill. I'luct'

control of our back counto all kindi of people For many at It'ast tills, tItII'OW'po"e yon On March 2nd another similar crowds,,.and if any favoritism" to old protrude above the foliage.' It will flower. when quite "King 'I;
The result in /going to l/<, that we are going to get the are a morning eY"-t'Ienl'r> rain or ilnneSlrAlClG occurrence took place, only of more subscribi.rj is shown, enngression' year old) !blit is tiHKhy and rHjuire a ihiherid) postfno< .mib-t
muddy influx from St. I Luci ( anal to the Investigation b feared Will I fill, '
benefit of serknu nature to my way of thinkIng I tore and drainage Crows 5-15 feet. I am very keen on tnitolft-/
th<* 'Glades and the fresh water. from the North .Fork- : ; OF STATION: / WAGONS. perhaps like. mystlf Leaving JjiksmU Boat Yardat out and send the' attached order Sinus/ (it Is a beauty ,

'r' to the benefit of St. Lode County, with nothing to show may aw,uale them with dude ranches; deluxe hotels, swank out-of.you 5:30 A M. with a party of BY RETURN MAIL, in order. mil ((2)) Barklija lyrinftfulia: ,is an orange flowered An.ti ,lui., Mwlkh

I, for our trains except a ruined river. toot tamp. OIK.rally they( tarry inli'resting! names "lettered on side friends, nets again were across MI miss the opportunity of,[ .a lifetime Auda says is "very beautiful" It 'Is called the Q""h?)< *
\ I The South Florida coiintn, involved may be taxed tars *B.u Nntliin, ,' Hilicli Pirates Hide Out Round.Up Jackass' channel completely blk.ing and deprive my associates and COLD-BUMMIM: Tans
about $4,500,000 a year fur annual maintenance How will > .: lie children! aft the chance. of the
uy At him (teach I aw II new wagon a humdinger !. that to ( Coastal Waterway channel getting! Seeds of( / sal,
I'K 1" that add, in our ?' ; equivalent! of a ediK...tl.Hi? BaHt/yirsent; me by Dr Hewitt have tpnmh-d
( ? up case htlered like a geld coast! unset Tho owrM! had a. sense of( humor' Going around the nets1 college: ) And I Lave a quantity of seedlings. He write of it,
I Realistically/ peaking( nur County Commissioners I On the d !t should retain ,a county engineer and the first thing he .. were obstructing tlie'Coantal Wa- might! think that by such a letter., sttt 'BarUyt I Is a lovely orange! flowered tree!,'with small,, F*
.. should. be he. iped bknsoms spike* 4-9 $inches long. U has teem, airsAustralia's
authorized to do ix to; conduct a survey for a WHEN ter Way channel within eight to ten publishers had staked all and
j' YOU HAVE SNAKIS, drop II curd to Tillmait Bnn.. must ornamental. ) stat
t Vtartin tree It is a bit slow but wort
County Water Control 1'lan fee*of black which so committed ,tlietrmlvel (that
buoy b the
V'ewal,itchka on
air ad In tIes Gulf fur U
Breeze .
uy County Prices keg fruit tender
I 11 )J I Not drainage. : .-::. which Cannes more" damage. than it ire 19 varieties rantre n- (n corn-__. Mi.t.!_' __.nl..._ ,L.n,. ._ m 1..rv,1_ .. .. ...tUI"........ In,,, .Crt.._! .r..._. I (far side of channel. making: It necessary then could not consistently; do .nv-i "'; lbotltrlu", and IK*
, foes ifooci-oui inteiiitfeiii water! control, which will Keep in eifjit. -footer Starlet snake to run out of channel an- thing but cease firing Actually tarltyt are perhaps u good as an)
ton than otUrs .
) the water tables up during ury spells and avert floods four fret Prices bring 30 cents; ups ether half mile before J could enter hey proceed on the Emersonian grown They arc hardly known here and I am always pal...+6

14 when extremely heavy rainfall occurs 'illmans home in is knglh.'1 IXiniks' N. iifVWwnlitill.il.offered ,are for,. live. Dloimstnwn!snakes<< and Jack the Coastal Water W"'y.Ijt theory that ennshtency, I II the iMig (liens forward, through{ gardening writers, and I end seed out
High bear of little minds. TWO cUvs after cultivated! tree here, all over the Commonwealth
1 Which. After discussing tjili' Intolerable
! t *uy is over armed Panama. City on the Gulf Const ) '
PENALIZING THE BOATMEN n with other boat; owners the supposedly; list' Chance s (3)) Aniyfrf llorlhunJa Is a western Australia tree to which I Iseen hilt
1 4 r Taxation without benefits is the lot of Florida's boat. AT I find thef had similar ..situationsIf letter arrive with, the mlmeopaphed ; reference as "the showiest of flowering trees" but because H*
I r men and the commercial fishing industry GOLF COURSE, according to manager I comply with all the navigation signature the president are no |xx>'ks on the trees of that part of the world, I have never "M'"
i i The State gasoline road l tax should be lifted or re lay Smith a strange ,imul' nppuin, now and then on the edge of fair law In these waters, are there law uf f the company, assuring' me,that able to obtain a good) description/ of it untU now Herentlv I (Ir!"d
hated from the gasoline used :by boats. Not one cent of Mayt.It'i not II wild razor buck Iw>!g! not <4< wildcat or stray dog to prohibit stringing: of net I fc, he magazine would contidef( (the a nun of seed.'' Dr. Hewitt write of it'Nuylult : '
i the 7c State even a roaming colt It 'ha four logs, a thin nurrow hnped heal
a of
gas tax goes to improve the waterways It is channels lapse my subscription/ an bro ( i
navigable flonhunlo tin
unfair to tax boats for improving road. ail and darkish hide Kay hal set a bear trupilo U) the tool house parable .kiss, and that In such t west Australia CsaLrrnaaa'n'au
If this conditnn
a root like
I ml lapel to catch the critter. Also hei to shootin'rons conllnuef to exist parasite, our native cherry (Cxoeorpu cupfwafw" !
North Carolina prepared supply
arId'uthl'r Mates realize this and ease, he personally would .beatle
re I for and not It has sknuW!
one, will
bate the State road tax In the boatmen! Why not Florida? for golfers in addition, to pluyiu* .buns and! offers some kind of t many to'f face his board nf tfrectixtIle ( foliage and large spray of tubular, Yf.'ltrlWtll'anI1cJWerl. Rtt
find other .
when this It
waters condi It I hard W
to raise from seed and hunt >
9 Gasoline 'is ( chopping prize fir identity For alive the require a |
Capture ship has
already prohibitively high( here 30c you may he implies, already thistle.
per (lion doesnt exist gone( or couch
gallon/ for marine white gas. and Home boats use as much what s it" to Tillmart( Bros, (read the *bov notice). And perhaps I feel In bring sleepless for three nlglits. Will 1 It near ,gras to attach its roots to. If you raise: K. P,1
perfectly justified t warn\ (Acacto ) similar for t tIt
set s "dpol. sp. or tree tt to 'parasite
i CO
r ae gallonv/ on a day's run.y' .0 the / of not, chiefly: In my own Interest, but is said
;a Ing this to attention! the press i that If It Is cut down. It Will from die beartwowl.
Florida had Much a rule exempting farmers and boatmen In fair play to all also a* a personal favor to him, an unheard of sprout
-but there was a lot of cheating, so much so that the WE DUSTED O.'F OUR GOLF CLUBS the..other day and went Winter Visitor mail him direct. (the enclosed card thing bstauivRy'S ,
( State got tired of trying to check up on alt the persons who (or a loiksee,, around tlie CAwmlrytls.b' Course, Over period of Ocean Breeze Park, which I will note, does "not even, This' tree Is apparently ,Identified with the SAsoALe1family'
f' used the exemptions to evade the tax. It's another case rears) lye played a lot of (gulf, mirth and south.; And nut a kit of require! stamp? (Sontolacea), It should not be confused! with a5'*<

: of the dishonesty of a few penalizing those legitimately pUll> teaching, pnd playing fellars. Andy Hunter took me in hand. Jensen Beach By this date the time Is really flowering tree with a very similar name Nutria flarilmnJa; 1bI
entitled to exemption. t missed the first twelve balla entirely Which to not surprising because GOOD STUFF the renewal Is made easily .and up Litter front South AWc belong. to the LOCANU family (C Leo

Ile I stopped playing golf fee years ago Say Andy "Close both Showing{ of the saflflsh movie at without encountering my of the Cd/Q/It/ })| which) Include fijjfci/, lAd many oilier C(in** I

REGISTER AND VOTE eye and! try it You Cant kook up." Presently I .began, sacking' the the Civic Center last week demonstrated obstacle! hinted by the letter campaign temperate zone plants ..

ay County registration books are now open at the court laD again After t f few lesson I"m almost Wlc" In the old groove again that Martin County As a matter' of fact, the barrage ((4)) Cumlw aw0.n or EvMciunw, Nazis, ta a Chfl** *

+#' house for the coming .primaries Of course, if you have once more Thanks) to Andy, who, by the way, is an excellent teacher winter visitor are hungry( / for en 1 Is likely to continue: anyhow: which Dr. N.1 t Brrtton, referred to ,a* "one of the most beautiful'')
already registered and declared your party affiliation, patient. knows his gulf. and its worth the price of t lesson to tertainment Wouldn't it be !'mart here I b often a lack of liaison .between all .trees, with tnowwhHe flower in spikes. I have finally sucw
's l 'you don't have ty do It again but many who registered listen to his burrfah Scotch 1iI'ent: and .his, pronunciation of the word to have at least two good free p..... the subscription and the hi getting it, established heads Stuart the first time In nlK"7 dill' '
i just ahead of the last general election! have not declared jmmation; Which Is the wrist ,action. of I player who hits a golf ball tram a\ month fw the visitors advertising department If the decision has 'bam grown in America, M fat a, f wn determln.

their party affiliation' and thus are not eligible to take correctly.The. The News (Join In thanking' W J* against renewal, the Iraxntunate i ((5)) And just to finish the list of/ the "most )beautiful )I J'wiD
;. part in the primary. Be cure that you are properly and counsels sporty well laid out attractive hole.. With I Dutton for his courtesy in show. ( letters may continue Indefinitely that recently I obtained a fine small specimen of Uagnol/ ttf,*:
completely registered.Registration added work on and fairways, it can become in / I still which I have
greens "tops" anybody : big the fine film am getting special planted in my' garden The DOtanirt Sir W J
: In the city does not make you eligible to county A cute club 1 house MOB! folks run It. I'm having 4 good time offer from a financial magaxlne H-xJu- eaBed this Himalay. great fIowt *
I vote in the county: elections.: '.f golf once more '. I game I've: strays loved and, thought J'd given l The cages do not consider that to which I subscribed for I most beautiful flowering! tree beauty in the with world.its 12-Inch (rink

Et up for good r. until Andy Hunter dusted off my swing making no mistake I Is a blessing hrae-montht trial offer eight years ((8)) Lot of tic
J The great gift of conversation: lies less in displaying it The UilT very d"* fa '. Smith American tree
believe rather that the l
They ago must have
t'' ourselves than In drawing it out of others.'He who leaves publishers ( mfiy, Cwtoti. which \ 6lnck2.77JJJLihJbr"h ( ,,1iJ
has beautiful
Moat thorn virtue
people are bothered by passages of Scripture great of man lie In his spent what tbey got from me three .
your company pleased with ,himself and his own cleverness I they do not understand, but I' have alwa,.. noticed ability to 'correct his mistake and Of four time aver on postage, but of!! Seed It whkde I obtained to Sin PljOr.

It perfectly well pleased with you..Jean de la I hat the passages that both r me are-thOl.1 do understand continually/ to make a new man heir head an itlD bloody but unbowed for Florida. It b the world fun ha sprouted and promises more **
Bruyere. great to bWvlrgto
Mark Twain. of l himself. ouV
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DREDGING =I Fishing News Report For The Week 1, I know confess what I was a sailfish completely is-
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._._.!lY.__RICHARD_ FAY WARNER, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY llnnuuuuumuuuIBmmuntutnunmmmunmuumummuurotSlSKPVL I norant-It 1 11 any of several '
I large pelagic fishes constitutIng -** 'i
% THINKING I the genus Isttophonu' re*.s '+ e i
Do WORK Some kind person asked us t mm AMONG Eddie Has Seen OXFORD MAIL lated to the swordfiah. but '
what we intended to. do when I TELLS OF, SAIL having teeth scales; ventral- "

our service with the Stuart the.taU-;: iii 1111"11I11I11I11I1111111111111111I111111 fins of a few rays and a very ; ,
I 'sI CaptAd" Whlticar When we first started In on such K" '; ": ,
dorsal a4
Sailfish Club cease on April 1. er lot tttVwhltlcar Some WhoppersOff large I, I
and ,
That was an easy one. The boy BOYS GET PRIZES FOUNDERS OF this Job and were full of ambition basking hark and a qulllbacksuckir i fl
skipper of tM Oannet, when ,
wo FOR FISH ESSAYS we heard 'that a residentof '" d' I IR
very next day we intend to char-
DREDGE. asked him which method

the tr. and all by nlde ourselves boat too brought the most sailfish/\ strikes, Jack Harris 5th grade, was. SAILFISH CLUB New Guinea sailfish Oxford, So England, we naturally had caughta sent
in Stuart
NOW :Intend to have the works the outriggers or the direct line awarded first prize, John Fulton, the item to hU hometown paper ARY CLUB }: / ;

aboard, mate, outrigger set up from the 4tkn'after some heeltation 7th grade, 2nd prize, Richard W. were talking with Capt. end expressed the view It wouldbe arvASr N. sean +! !}
I AVAILA EI etc We will direct the captainto cast his Vote for the Smith, Ith grads, 3rd prize. and< Eddie Engbretsen skipper of the 'printed-perhaps. We will w.Inae. uu.Naies .
former, itua J JN.
And then added "but Van Smith, 7th Manager Of Lafcndry Here now from the "Diarist'
pull about ten to fifteen test grade, honorary Peter Pan, the other afternoon quote SAIINUkae 4
fL from th, dock and anchor and there are times I when they don't mention, In the recent "Why 1 One of Prime Mover while waiting for a couple) of Column" In the Fb, :2 z issue of wIMM ", ''16459155 'I/ 1 \.;
we will spend the entire day seem. to hit. anything but the direct Like To fish essay contest in Croup Tolejr boat to return. The wind the Oxford Mall: a. ewer.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII uWSBT,3a 1
aboard catflshlng We shall expect lines' Some statistically sponsored by the Sailfish Club at being a bit chlly, we were In < "By air mall from America .-
Inclined captain or mate might Stuart school The three top comes a report that Mr Justin \ :
River Clyde Coutant:: to appear on As announced originally, It few the tackle T5bm, i 1Ill1l11l11lnlllllill"
le the dock along toward 8::30 In keep a season record on this awards were each for Ills and attempted personality sketchesof "What," we asked, "Is the Power of 13, Merton Street ,.
the and question some year the consolation award $1-to be I longest sailfish you've ever Oxford, who 1 Is on a business .
evening Mr E. F L.
of the real and
will be given the I First sails, and good ones, too, used, to buy fishing tackle, The some founders seen" visit, ha caught and released opo oOou "
InC. name of our leaders the Stuart Sailfish 1
C. hometown newspapers. were.recently caught by a party essay will be published In a Club will or be presented, from Twelve. feet, :2 Inches. ,* same a sailfish in the annual fishIng / p "f H.,; :!
I of New Yorkers Dr Irving coming Issue, the contest:: sponsored,by the
answer. Florida time to time, in the fishing news, 0 o i. i 'i I'i
SI rt, revent I Roth, associated with Mt. SinaI t iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii I I I I I I I II I not for the benefit of Stuart "Not here?" Stuart Sailfish Club Stuart : ;
I Campers! Help forest Hospital, and, MIllard Hanensoneach Florida \ :
Bo:947 !Mo, off New Guinea 5; i .
The chairs in resident well
2 P. 0. bumpy two rear who know them .
ae fire Be sure the last spark of caught and released 7-foot, "The heaviest sailfish caughtup
Eddie who had served five '
: the anda but rather In the that !1 I
cockpit removed
I were hope some I'
Is 8-Inch to the tune the letter was
your campfire dead before you sailfish/\ ; and Mr. and years In the Coast Guard, had 1" : >jf"r
I "fighting chair, with leg rest Of our visiting fishermen "
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It. Mrs, Leon Cohen also caught been stationed a good part of sent off weighed 72Vi pounds I' ,
Install d. become acquainted with them,
i a-- and the longest measured 8 ;
sails, Cohen releasing h ant 0F
U even that time In the South Pacific 0
only Indirectly
Mr. Cohen keeping her 7-foot, were D 1. ;
I There hot served aboard a
When we over at the ?
Certainly James W Pegram ;
1-Inch prize to have mounted "
Civic Center, pouring and spillIng freighter that carried ammunition ,
Bulo Watches All were aboard the Gulf( Stream, twice president of the club, belongs .
L with Curt Whlttcar, orange juice on the floor, most definitely to this On_itf deck was a 32-foot I '
re-arming barge and It was this
the night E W. Button's: sail- group of men whose one' out :
Cap, Bob Fultord of the DU- fishing films were shown we, standing characteristic 11 reluctance barge that the officers and F
Internati al.Sterling Ones was telling, a little bit noted Eddie Engretsen. Captainof 1 to talk about themselves crew, for their recreation, fitted STUART i

Keepsake and Wkods Art Carved about the early sail fishing days the Peter Fan running the in a word, modesty Peg- ;' out, whenever the opportunity: SINn
off Stuart' He used to cant, boat-out.
carry as a fishing
movie machine. We wondered oo
ram, for example, wanted to talk
Diamonds and wedding Rings three different sized kite aboard why Neal Bishop, president 01 about Roscoe 'Bus" Bell .one- ,rigger and eVerything. i' 1612We ,
his boat'"a small one for very the sailfish club, and the old time fire chief, known In his day Toe cane for the outriggers 0 oe- 01:18 '
strong winds medium and a came from Burma," he said, ,
C. & E. ALKERJew ; maestro himself when It come as the flshless" fireman who
large one when there was little to turning a motion picture never caught a sailfish but flown In by American aviators"Pesk e 'LN
vrA 1 lens brseae t Capt. Bob swear by the camera crank, was not doing the whose imagination drive and chairs were used as fish
e kite and maintains It chain, The furnishedsome Fashion 1f'De
/methods honors. We later found out Ed- jlncerelty,'according to Pegram ing Army
iCEOLA AVE. / STUART gave an action to the trolled I dlj 1 11 just'. as qualified an op' I really resulted In the foundingof of the tackle and Eddies red Ne Coiffures .+
bait better than any outrigger, erator a* he Is a captain, tan a the club and its initial l success father Capt. Told", sent over Specialize ,
but only one kite could be flownat !motion picture camera, among rods, reels and lines also They in f
a time and that meant only other thing, while In the CoastGuard also fished, at times, off the N.e .e m a 151.1 .a Ybb.r i i
''one person fishing. Like' Bell, who Incidentally Is southern end of the Philippines RentalsFor .. L.Ys_ ..r .ekllw 5. hle5. I{ '

The kite would usually fly no longer In Stuart Pegram has Dolphin averaged larger than 1hwMl L v tsar .rwr MM ,
NOW 'SOWING BREAKFAST never caught a sailfish, but he
about 150 feet abovs the' water Several anglerf visiting Stuartgo here 35 to 45 pounds 'I-.r win .' d e.M..et t1 t I
knows the St. Lncle river well. t
Fulford luck In No they never saw any Japs Informal t,
and could 1.10 maneuverthe on down to try their ..- w e."P a.
From 7 A'. M. Infinitely better than most be-
boat that the bait thanks the Keyi One of these la William while fishing, REAL 1ST ATE --IMIRANCE
{faust he used to sail a Nassau
to the kite could be off to one of Woodslde, Long
Lunch/* Packed for Fishing Parties sloop and troll therefrom He ested outsider will soon realize, WriteJOHN er e
side, even ahead of his boat If Island who before heading further Bea Salon
came to Stuart In 1929, as man- that the Stuart Sailfish Club is y
the wind were strong South caught and released
jgef of the Western Union office of the life of E. TAYLOR f
a very Integral part GEL ,
8-inch MISS MU1t9
a (foot, sail while aboard
The sailfish, he said Is th
here. from Stanley, N. C.. hIs the community. The sailfish
Osceola Bldg. Phone IHJBT ,
the Hi-Hook SaundersNewport Yen x.e:
Capt. I
most difficult /fish\ to hook and
home and he Is'today manager i buttons, at times, have been issued I Iis
AiU Still Offering You the that pound for pound the cre- will return here for of the Peoples Laundry and always from the County Agents SIT vi.tar. A.e.d.. Swot I '
:valle jack puts up the hardest more Stuart fishing next week M..1., M.. Cwmr Ck.a1e
ready to help anyone who Office and the City Hall fundamental -
ELICACIEkl OF THE SEVEN SEAS I, fight for freedom. Fulford has may want to fish Of the Stuart places In any county, not IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIII I
been In St tart 40 years and remembers Quite a number of recent arrivals Sailfish Club he ..y.. its possibilities fancy 'offices;" here today, gone ria.'I'J
when there was no at the Pelican, fishing "
tEPAREO BYMXKTER CHEFS TO SUIT' THE are 'unlimited, tomorrow. Nor hav the realleaden I'
Lucle bound Mr and Mrs Henry L.
bridge across tit St. river '
| If an entirely personal observation of "the Stuart Sailfish
only a ferry We 'asked him Frank and Mr and Mrs Robert
be permitted here Club themselves blessed by nature ::1
may ': t
: bath of Baltimore who '
about the inlet. Cnnls men like Pegram and Judge '* rich offering to fishermen, ,
AGILITIES FOR BANKETS AND PARTIES "I have a healthy respect for know Stuart well wasted no Harry; Dyer, last year' president sold their birthright for a mesa r'l"
he said. time In. going reef fishing with
only prove what an Inter- of high pressured press agents.
Depend pity
Ted his Little Joe.
Did you know ewe certainly on .t I I'i
I didn't' )thatlt costs a captain' They picked up 17 different varieties \ 1

more than $500 to bring his boat of fish on Monday. :QI I,
.FOUR SAILFISH FLEET.CO E IN EVERY AF. down from New Jersey and return Ennla' Is among quite a number '

RNOON AT FIVE AND ENJ V -THE BEST IN ? Considering bad breaks in of other things including FUG'ATE and GREENLEES I tv 4 :

IXED DRINKS IN THE SAILFI ill ROOM COCK- the weather and cancellation, chairman of the Arundel Cor n we're owl to say UStuart
wratlon, the chairman of the l
whose )
charter captains
ML LOUNGE. normal living expenses continue Democratic State Central Com ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING ; our "mi I. .name" a.1 '

of whether they go mittee In Maryland. ne and I '.
regardless Reciller r. Registered Surveyors rul! It's suchreliabil
Frank Kent and H. U Mencken I
out or stay at the dock, do not Fla. Cert. 148 t1a. Cert. 132 and 665 e
started In a* young reporter on I
much even
make very money y a* this that
though the $50 to $60 a day' the Baltimore Sun, Ennls covered I'
that most charge may' seem politics, but unlike M nc- 303 E. 4th SI. Stuart, FI. gives ur patron complete confid*ce in all our ptiarJ I i!
he ken and Knot, went into business -
Ligh housefour mend, too, there 1 Ia tackle to Mencken he says, I 11 just HONE 311 I maceu series From the affnplest salvo to the '

maintain and bait to buy. We the same worrying about his II most po nt medicine your prescription: is filled ;:
u. S. NO. 1 AND THE/T. LUCIE RIVER have been and In our opinion health constantly, but able to I I'
deservedly, patting the Stuart enjoy a drink Saturday night exactly the doctor orders :

mates on the back but after all/ With Capt. Charlie McLane, 1 "
v- It Is the captain,who is the boss, Otto D' Wormaer-h.JuMr your ., A meo a and enl.l r w ; { '
and there are not many millionaires and Slgmund New Home with us. I + II IIjtJlli :1'
among them At least York City went river fishing and
not many who can themselves boated over a 100 fish. L. FULFO D .t

i icwe afford to Charters boat to go who Other had newcomers not gone fishing this season as this, I edc'iat Fefala, '
moneyearn sallfUhlngCapt Included 8. Jf I J' ejnj r t.J. t.:
was written. W Keys !
Jack Whltlcar of the BUYING SELLING e Rl TING : ,
fishing H. Mansfield and R. J.. Lee, both of Washington j J. ; .'j
Hobo U
Horner president of ttniwd Air TN REXALL STORE
M. Write P. O Box No.
Gardens and Barney Selig- II
craft at Cat Cay for white and ;
blue marlin Jack with Pete Sin- man of Forest Hills Long' Island 321 North Colorado A lnue Phone II Stuart Fl. ,
cleared and Mr. and Mrs Samuel Phone 317
clair his mate, aboard,
r rI
from Fort Lauderdale at 7 am. Engel of Rockvllle Center, Long Stuart FlorId I I I I I iI I I .
+ Y l0 Friday; the day when the north Island :B1 1i II
and arrived at the
easter set in, -
What do YOU think: of the IJ
l Inland at 3 p rn. By radio phonehe
,_ PeiAnnum' 49P$ reported the trip over a bit Idea recently suggested to give} e l
'. ,., up the bronze sailfish buttons? r.
.;.... on. Behind this ugcestorn; ;; 1 Is the 1 1I
InsurAl SavingsAccounts ?'! conservation of sailfish Of all WHILE I
the button, the bronze is the
one that I 11 awarded the most. /RIOE :
Anyone boating a sailfish under
The Federal Savings arrV Loan Insurance Corpora- 7ft\ feet la eligible and nearly,all YOU
n Insures individual accVinta to 5000. Husband sailfish/\ caught do not measure

d I wife mar have total of VS.OOO/fully Insured. r mort than that. By eliminating

First Federal saving accounts are legal investments ,the bronze, added emphasis

Trust Funds, as well as Fu\di held by Guardians would, be given to the release
button. The silver and gold buttons
nmistrators and Executors.Call ? would continue. TIRES tOHUMPHRIES NED .
Wrfce More King In Stuart. Mr and
or Mr*. Marshall King, with their .
'teen age daughter.Annette and
THE IENDLYT Carole, are visiting ,their cousins 4
IRST' FEHERAL the King clan, at the Pell-
VERNB fan, Lest we be accused of going/
society" In this alleged fishing I IA
Savings and Loan Associationof elser on Tap news;Grover King took his cousin "P1 !

fresh water bass fishing and
Indian RIver' my Choice Wine
returned with.a string of beau-
VERO BEACH.. DA S ndwicha. Ice Cream ties caught as usual, "some.
12.20th Street I DM 2137R. where back of Stuart.. William +t I (,
Cold Beer to Take Out King and family ar from Me-

IV. Sedrwick, Secret -Treasurer Mlnnvllle Tenn. -
Member Federal Home Loanlbank and Federal "ED". COYLE Dalton Anderson, one of the
One l. major domes In the Stuart News'
A- .
Savings and Loan Instance Corp press shop, told ushe and Jerry RUBBER I ..

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1.1 I. SOCIAL NEWS- and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART HMRS.MARY HARTMAN 35-W Office Society Phone Edit.

f I'', CARl BERG. JMIAVE Gl'ESTS HILTONS GIVE 4--H Girls Hold iiitiiiiiiiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiii" iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimWith ,, Dais Hlpson, )pre-dental tu- 'I' Mr. and Mrs. M. J Brig,,
I FAREWELL PARTYMr. HQmeDemonstration dent at the University of Florida, Mt. Morris N. Y.. left Mo
Mr, and M5 Ernest W, Carlbe : ot his night for Bit Petersburg
PACE Oar Winter Guests the week-end guest toe,
was I
I And Mrs. John F,' 'Hilton
I I-R of Kansas City brother and Achievement! Day parent, Dr, and Uri. H. H. Hip- some ,tune there after vu
liiilnlaw' of Bror parlberg gave a farewell supper at. their iiiiuiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiKidiimi.iiiiiAT / / : llllllinillllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIimilll' / / his sister, Mrs. Salem A. Mat
GLIQ of Bewails Point, spent ft two- home on the South Fork Sunday I ion, Rlvervlew Rd.
I Sunrise Apt,
AT V week1 vacation at Lang fordHallTerrace for Notes'By The Girls' Saturday; morning THE ST. LUCIE HOTEL HIGH SCHOOL FORMS the :
evening Mrs. Ludwig Batte I AND SCROLL"HONORARY Mr. and Mr*. S.! Saladlno and '-'e-
-Bewails Also "QUILL
Point I-a herd
local Achieve-
1 at Club a
her and Mrs John V. Quack- : Mr. and Mn.: Arthur 0.
man, Mrs Clarence Danes and )MISS LUCILE INSCOE &
Ad'+ In the party are Dr and Mr*. ment Day In the Civic Center SOCIETY Mr*. U B. Ashley were Sunday
'r span JohnK.. Harvey of SaUna, Kan Mrs: Irene Caroline of.Sayvll" Saturday. The exhibit which entmsh of Kingston. Pa. have dinner guest of Un Charles R. ot Newark JK J.. are epee
Palm They; )eft by tar for horn Friday I Whether to thaw frozen meat Interrupted an extensive cruise Journalistic achievement in Oreenlee and Mr. and Mrs. Joe some tune at the Luigtonj;
Wltbl ''t : utterpronouncing their vacation L.I.Othsr guests were Mr and< before cooking Is a question ot was act up was the culmination) for a few days In Stuart while the publication of the South- Oreenlee Tropical Farms .Terrace, Sewalla: Point
t thy best In years. Im-portance to homemakers of demonstration ione by the
fatlUI .. .. Mrs. George Havens and Mr. and having repair made on their wind, high school publication
-- who meat
are using girls In their own homes. During
slbly VVWIAX ATTORNEY HIRE Mrs. Clarence Ross, also of Long from! home freezers and freezer the last hdur of the club period cruiser at the Stuart Marine has resulted in a sufficient number "i

.tilt I Island, and their houseguest, lock:"' Service. of the staff members meetIng -
Mrs Hupfel Flexner hM arrived tames were directedby, rec-
from her horn in Shreve- Mrs. .Stanley E. Orea VI'S. slater An answer tu. this sand other reation' committee comprising Dr. and Mrs Alexander Stew- requtrtmehU! ot the Inter- T

port. La where else I In a practicing I of Mrs. ROM, and children, 8y I I cooking questions\ come from Isabel Mathers and :Florence art of Shtppenburg Pa., have national honorary society, Quill
I ; attorney. Site will upend i i via and Eddie, of fiaywell whO Isabel Nobl; of the Minnesota returned alter a visit to the and Scroll, 'to organize a local
Experiment Station who recently Meggelt.
mime Urn with her parents Mr. will 1>e here for two werks. Florida west Coast, chapter. Don Romanello,.faculty
carried Of
ai"l 1 Mr Otto Hupfel. on a series cooking The following exhibits were
_. _._ text with frozen meat, adviser, received his official _?
set up: clothing :til, Mary Alice Arriving. this, welt from
-, Equally, satisfactory re uu* membership card: and In turn
Detoach and Florence Clarksburg, W. VI" are Mrs.
Mt'lltt'ltjhom4) ; 2496 2TIVER
3 DANIEL'SDRUG may be obtained by thawing Improvement exterior), Henry Draft and daughter who presented cards and pins Jo. the Phone
meat before cooking and by putting FLORID
I have reservations at the St. students
SUNDRIES COSMETICS the meat on to cook whll2 loan Saunderson; clothing I
i f still frozen. Miss' Noble reports, Betty Mrggett and Jollne Kick- LiKle, Officers ot' the new socltx!
MODERN SODA. FOUNTAIN If cooking time and temperatureare liter; food nutrition and health are Orayce Pomeroy, president;

I Plate Lunches and Ta |' tHAicioua Sandwiches adjusted accordingly. Un.thawed III: Jeanne and health Clements I. Lucy; food Hertel, nutrition by'Mrs.Mrs.lau'f.al1: accompanied.I of fit. Joan Combs 'I,eprelldentiAnn. ; ANNOUNC/ES/

; Daily Neyjffpert, 51 art News more time meat to cook needs and considerably always a and Patricia Dickey; gardening, George, Staten Island N. Y., left ., Pittman, secretary, and
; Isabel Mathers. Monday for Brooklyn to accompany Jerry Ann Smith, treasurer The
We ll die Swift' Ue Cream moderat:Iy low temperature so / Ceramic' and Mosaic Tile
I This Achievement the of her husband
Day came body
,f the meat can thaw In the first I meiubsrshlp also includes
DANIEL'S part of the cooking and cook to 1 at the end of National 4-H Club who died last week. :Janice Arhnaut... Jacques Arfnot..
Week the SPECIAl/TY
theme of which was -
he desired' doneness during thelast I "Creating: Better Homes Today )Jr.! and Mri George Briggs, Mil Altaian OWynne Sincere,
"Th Friendly Spot in tli Post Office Arcade" part. for a More responsible Citizenship I I Greene, R. I, are here combining I 3. J. Ausborn, Charles Hall,June
I Slow-thawed and fast-thawed
Tomorrow." a business trip with pleasure Matousck Sara Roberts Barbara Mechanic with at least years experience are
meat give equally good result In
Other Girls1 l 4-H Club local !. Briggs Is an associate In Stewart Sara Lou Roth, Elaine
7.- 'kinds l *f hard' tile
.all i ceramic
cookIng. Miss Noble found no ready to lay
Achievement Day have 'been Ulmer
the John Oilson Company and Dewey Wells.
dltfernce: In flavor, .Julcenesa field throughout the county re* I manufacturer of plywood fish Headquarters of the organization mosaic, quarry, marbloMile, etc, for interior and
FL ERS and shrinkage between themeats eently. Fifty-three demonstra' 30X61.. Is in Chicago. Copies of exterior floor and wfll J.
raw:4: slowly In the re- Lions in the different phases of the South wind were'submitted
Unusual Pottery Cut Flower a thawed rapidlyout I 4-H Club work have been com X. r. Langloti of. Harrisburg, earlier In the year and original
\ Colorful Figurine Corsage on the kitchen. table. No ex- pleted and records turned In to Pa., took a day this week from work of the Individual .staffmembers. ,Also
Crystal Bowls Potted Plants act time for tha1lnlcan be the office of the home demonstration Ms fishing vacation to visit the .with reports of their
I I given because the time dependson
agent. 1'ngllng t circus headquarters at total number ot lines written J
", WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS. else! shape, thickness and sarasota. for' the paper...followed Edward Asphalt, Rubier, and Plastic Floor Tile

other, roughly characteristic, a 1-lb of roast the meat.But takes FUTURE HOMEMAKERS I NJ1 of the national staff consequently Plastic *fid Alumium Wall Tile
RAISE CONVENTION FUNDS Miss Lou Garner daughter qualified for four
WILSON/PALM/ Mary Juniors -
2 to thaw in
I from 1'j to days "wall
Lifewall th e plastic paper"Floor
Janice Arbogast president of of Mr.and Mrs. Robert Garner and 12 seniors who now make
i Flower Shop the refrigerator and 8 to 10 hours the Future Homemakers of I of Colorado Ave., was one of up the charter membership iding and Finishing
tl thaw at room temperature _
: Florists: ,Mr. and Mra. A. A. America chapter of the high a class of 18 student nurses at
Grejg and an II1rh- hlck steak takes ug Cleaning
school reported approximately:, Good Samaritan Hospital In
Phone 2021 i Hobe Sound, Florida overnight in the refrigerator but : $8 profit from last week's bake I West Palm Beach to be "capped"Feb. IFOOT SPECIALIST
only about hours at room tem-
sale. Funds are being raised to 23. The marks 0"--10.
'-"" -- -... -- -- --- --- perature. ceremony ... Personalized Designs Beauty and Quality at
pay'expenses of delegates to the the end of the probationary *.* F rl 'St.. H.UIiRRr
After thawing, the meat should State convention In Miami April period for the young atudents.e It_ ,.. Com petiti: rices.LIGHT.
J be cooked by the same methods III when the 85 FHA clubs of the CI K L PORTE.
Porter ) used for"4' similar cut of fresh I State will convene. The Stuart Mrs. O. C. Smith spent last T'"ri'

meat. Moderate temperatures club 1 II especially Interested In week end In Homestead, returning I
now are recommended for bothroasting sending a full delegation as the Monday. '
and broiling. Roasting club president Is one of two can- -e-
//t.1 ; Paint & Body ShopOver In an open pan with no.added. didates for State secretary Mrs. Anna B. Smith of the I e
water searing first is another Nomination of candidates for, Jackson Memorial Hospital staffIn
ecommendatlon. the annual election were made I Miami spent the week end In''
( A & P, 2nd loor) If meat Is put on to cook while at the district: meetings. several Stuart to celebrate her blrthOay. ', :j !

I SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING frozen It takes much longer to months ago.CHARLES She was the guest/: of hsr cousins, ; :
Auto Painting Metal Work cook, and the temperature Mr and Mrs Ted Chambers of
should be moderately low, Miss HALL IS LIFE .
Custom-made Slip Covers Sport Tops ELECTED Osceola Ave. They were Joined -
/ Noble reports. A beef roast put
NEW PRESIDENT OF CO-OP Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. L. 1.:
into the oven frozen takes from Charles Hall ass elected new I Halbach of Vero Beach. Mr.and THE FUNDAMENTAL NEED Ftft LIFE -

"2I 4 to 3 times much longer,to'/. times cookrar" president of the high school Student Mrs. Phil Pence gave a birthday FOR HOPE .. FOR WARMTJlLIGHTT. ri
and as as
Co-op in a recent school dinner Saturday evening for
longer to cook "well done" than election to succeed Charles Mn. Smith Their guests included
,- WE DO OUR OWN a i thawed or fresh roast. A frozen Tllus. Rita Taube waa named also Mr. and Mrs. Chamber
., !; Inch-thick steak takes 3 times eh
vice-president and Elaine Ulmer and children ,Ann and David.
I II long to cook "rare" and 4Vi\ I
la the s?nlor class representative. --
ruJakh N44 # times as long to cook "well done" Mr. and Mrs;: Elwood'B. Duganreturned '

i CRYSTALS FITTED ..GRAVINGMf as a thawed or fresh steak. A I Tuesday afternoon I FOR THE BEAUTY .. .. ./FOR THE COMFORT
1 I
I good deal of heat la required to Miss Jean Edwards of Vera Iron a two-week wedding tripto 'OFTHE NOME. F/R PLEASANT LIVING
melt the Ice crystals before actual Dor Is two the
lI Cuba the guest for New'England States. They I
cooking of the entire piece- -
D/ weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad will make their home on St.
a can get under way. Albracht. Lode Blvd., Port Bewail. sWatches
Unless ample time and mod I
ratJly low heat Is allowed for i "CONTRO/LED LIGHT"IS
frozen meat, the outside of the r
I IMPORTED &ret'MEJEWELRY piece may be over-done while

i I Victor/. Arcade tuart, Fla. the Inside Is still frozen. This Woh't eT vp$ 1 NECESSARY F/R'THE MAXIMUM OF COMFORT
may happen not only to large '
,. !' plect'l such as roasts but;,even Thrive on DirtStuart y li 3 VJIAOt' FOB A SENSE XF fLL-BEINC.;
.i. --- -- -
i to steaks broiled at high heat,, a c R J FOR SOFTENED LIGHT, TEMPERED LIGHT
Miss Noble says
;i'a RESIDENTIAL UOTS Not so much: extra time Is / r.w Lwlb ..r thwe n's Ms.sl..wed t. .CA FORT f fiERCE 225

i needed when frozen meat I Is used lip V ENETT
WATERFRONT PR J LEGES for pot roasts! or stew as when 6 t ...A .r a .1.,. /., Lek eA .e- BLIND Let One Of Our \epresenUlives Measure Your

'1' t.} $125 to $200 A Lot lug cooked or by broiling the dry heal A frozen of roa pot t- 6a., t d.r u ...w.1.1s circa-w Window,V>r Venetian Blind.

4j: You Can Build to Suit Your f, No City Taxes. roast of moderate size will needS ....e..ck..i.e ..w..bh Rua. M.L -
,' Street and Sidewalk in. E/ectricity Available minutes to an hour longer to
cook than a thawed or fresh pot COMPLETE JEWELRT sLeek TRASO MANUFA RING CO.
t I
roast. 3 /. Mi. So. of t bran 1
Even the best cooking methods 'Ave. On U. S.
e 0 ITO UBIN Miss Noble says will not Jewel Shop Ample Pa >-ins

I make up for poor quality in them Fort Pierce Florida
Oughterton Bldg. ,
fat Freezing does not Improve -
the quality. It simply) may Stuart Florida WELL P, O: Box 1012
P increase the tenderness slightly.

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Nothing Hidden! Phone
> A lawn barbecue party at theSouth St rt, RCH.IS A MONTH OF HITS1NDAY raMnT ros vous GetATSs
Fork home ot Mr. and
''J CONVENIENCE Mrs W. E Williams marked the Nothing i Left Out! aaTA-NMeNT1
J.tt'. \;> birthday of Mr. Williams Saturday An OutstandingPicture a LYR III It''lll and MONDAY Tuea y and Wednesday
i and EFFICIENT evening when guests Joined 2 DAYS ONLY
1 ,I I In barbecuing the supper a* well Returned ..eatre qef AOalae.fADIINES '
SERVICE as partaking of it. Invited torelebrate By Demand) A tsortawicattJlfaT

I the anniversary wereMr. ..::. //A IIIIN TH
and Mrs. Richard Hupfel THURSDAY
Mr. and Mrs Otto O. Hupfel!, IDAY andSATURDAY M THIS
Locations (Today Only)
1 i 2 MrL Hupfel Ftexner Mr and
t 1 14 STORY .
1t Mrs. Walter O. Rein Mr. andMrs. ANN q
t George Hlronlmus Mr. andMr. 2 BIG OUTDOOR HITS! "
*. Linwood Simmons Mr. andMrs. 4a4jMEN
i Phone 327 P ne 9154 Paul Jefferles, Percy Fug, The Marked Woman ti t Q

i (Bus Station) i (Pure Oil Station) O. O Smith, Mn. Alfreda Ho- ROBERTCUMMINGS JOHN WAYNE
garth and son, Tom, Mr. and "t n ,
Mrs. Henry Cabre, Ed William, ;,, w "'
Obl'rhaul. Betty Walton andMrs.
E. A. Fuge.WEEKEND REAGAN 4rtttttvt, aE.LLIU

1 { r > .EXPERT BOA? CARPENTER A two-day camping trip over' In Red Barber AUUt.U Novellt,

the week end proved a gala occasion The Story of the Town 4 and Foa New.They .

with plenty of good fishing Talk About "
r' EXPERT MAdHINIST : : r:.=;
and the &to eat
good thing in Whisper I '
which accompany fish try. Mr.and Ys1 Ilk1;; /;; Coming,

.EXPERT MOTOR MECHANIC Mrs. Cart Tlllman Mr andMra. "KINGS' THURS., March IS ,

Dalton Anderson and ion, '

\ Dale Mr. and Mrs. James 8tevson. -' ryR _.. a F(0 .I
ROW"w 'i.With
and Mr*. Raymond Keat- ffi .. 1

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Miss Elva Luhman of rarmtnldale. ADDED click Carter (Serial) No. 3 .'JAMIS GUASON ANTHONY OUINN 'i' !

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CUNT ONE WAX Tigers I Requires Concentration break I let It go as water.,6'"e.( \ i),,,. '
It the dam Nothing I can d0 caJt)(: I
- '. Sprayed Into All and Crevice (Editor Note: this/ b the other fellow by defeating themselves change It so I try harder to II
Of Your Cars Court ninth of* eerie of talki on golfing I give little or no attention make up for this on succeeding ; 1":
III u presented by Andy Hunt I' to his. game concentrating shots but do not brood or curse., \
love CAMOTOio ft. ntu-ly-actjuirtd( professional on getting horn so to speak my I luck from that point on for ,

.. voim Tilt MOOEMTMCTHUP WHH.I OF LUBRICATION IN MOTION" The 194?-48 basketball at the Martin/ County Gulf and with the fewest_ possible_.. _....shots.._ If the rest of the game J
,.. AT.,6 t.4 Ie nil H.wtuartxJervi'ce M.tW. School became history in its :: :: Country Club) \!!" .

ium in Vero Beach Saturday By ANDY HUNTER '! ; 'i '
!f Station eliminated the Tigers in the I To my way of thinking there FLOWEjSToTAirOCCASIONSBOUQUETS .' .. } ; :

allN M... ..... 1114 Group 5 district tournament'. I U no game that requires more \ .
n ,I vero victor over Apop concentration than the game of ,

If '__ tame ka In won the the morning tourney .with second a 2 goU It I were on a rifle range FBORAL ARRANGEMENTS t:, ,

34-26 decision over the Bulldog \ and l'were. to bring the rifle to DOMESTIC and IMPORTED,CERAMICS I 1
Saturday night : la ,: : my shoulder and fire without
Although every teams season: : first sighting my gun I doubt
PROTECYOUR necessarily must end with a defeat -I very much If I would hit the ,
unless it.winds up as State bulls eye very often WE WrX FLOWERS
CLOTHES! champion In a given class, the I Oolt in many respects is very '
Arcade Bldg, 5th Sty Ft. -ra Phone 310-J '
Tigers season end met with ap-i to similar with the exception thatIt {
Hare Your Winter Clothing, Blanks,' Etc pnjval generally as other sport. As, even more difficult. Before yl
0 moved to the tore at.tM school : playing a shot I lay out In my:
this week. School officials felt mind, the approximate distance,
Dry Cleanand the team had enjoyed a "fine" the roll Of the ground and the '
eitbeMothPr season and are particularly Jub- approximate spot where I figure I "DINE andSEYMOUR'S NCE
ilant over the fact that with I the ball should land In order to
cd{ the exception of reserve forward come to rest nearest the spot desired r
Arthur "Pete" Henry the entire In : I have seen .so many of :
Put In Moe roof BagsFor I present ,squad wll be back for : the average; players take a club
another season play next year. from the bag and with very little I INN -
ibpT Summer forethought and the I
This winters. outfit wQn IS of: step up give

Its'" :23 Ults :! :=:::::: : j ball conception a rid of with where no it apparent.is going DELICIOUS j
ai. Advantage' of OJlr Famous Eerlou Moth.Proof., 14 boys played one 6r more : ,i iI Golf in contrast to tennis Is a I
i Service.. Ten Ye* Guarantee games with the varsity under the I that the Mixed Drinks Beer Draft /
is Individual
: ; : game played by on
coaching of Joseph A McCoyIn ; :::::::::::
without being affected
his first year here. Center j by the action shot of his. EAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOX '
or opponent -
pert Dyeing Bruce Beatty proved the No. 1 1 ) ; I
I scorer with forwards Lamar : ::i
So golfers watch what S and SEAFOOD
$ many
Howard and Vernon Flowers :: :: ::: ::: : : : .
artin Opunty Cleaners the other fellow does that it destroys ..
waging a hot race for rurwrupOnly ; Y I
their power to concentrate OUR CIALTY
Beutty Howard and guardsFrank {j ] J I
CECKGE KEITH Matheson and John Oadd : on their own shot that Jensen Be h' SEYMOUR GIDEON
pponte Citizens BankV Stuart, Fla. played In every contestINDIVIDUAL r;: ::.::: :, I : : \ they often fall a victim to the Owner II

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Rarx 0.14 J: II ': 'S :: 411Harr .. ,
1/ I II races sponsored by the Hobe /tt
Hair 1 1 1 1 t .... Sound Yacht Club featured a
TIRE MiiiefllUlkn: ..t II 1 I: t 11 S :: 'I''el:,1e new winner last week when the
LwhTBAM .It T 4 1 II .... About Face finished first in
pueM. T 1 1 1 55.15 ... Puzzle finished
Wednesdays race.
H..hI lI 11 I 1 I' tit,
H. second and Ber t to thirdas
11,14. I 'I 1 1 I NfHurt.
I I. I 11 .... II.. the latter strengthened Its
Taw a S S I e
M. position among the top polnt-
hall III If! til 1111 ... winners during\ the season Sunday
The Tigers downed Fort Pierce i 's race was canceled by rough L
i 34M E S!-32 In their first game'in the I 111'115.'bout Face was the sixth
tourney Friday afternoon. The : : l l1 : craft to win one Of the races ::
HON.SKIDMUAGC Eagles jumped ahead I-1 In the ';;'; : tr r
first quarter, but Stuart raced 1 s
back to lead by halftime and i H
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ROA TESTS all through the second half although =I ; ::: ; I SEAHORSE niv *
Fort Pierce cut 6 pointsoff ,: :
the Tiger edge in ,the final ::

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WILD flamed bronchial nxfcous mimtonnes. I 't'I. Rod and Re< epairing
MOTOR CO. .Tell TOUT doRilst to sell you \
a bottle of Cneouanon with the understanding No Delays:
you/Kurt like the way It j ompt Service
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I ANTI.MOSQUITOBODY I II .__ __.= Oa0. > OCa4O@ ; project' applies to all group church member would give the from U ot the reporting market' $21000 'waking the ova'

I WILL HOLD ciA; : The amount needed could be price of a package of clgaret showed gross sales totaling cash receipt for the 1 12 w
I ANNUAL MEETING. 1 I Salerno Too Late raised In one Sunday, it the minlsterL or even a Coca-Cola it would 1.1I5,481.48 and sales on the mn| grating market total more t t5216,4g1.4e
U toCLASSIFY priest, rabbi and pastorsof more than meet the small sum market were estimated to ban .
J1' authorities Some of the world's leading. c:===oaoc:===oaor oao--- our churches throughout the needed. given producers ,.In_extras. ot '=- ..
{ on malaria arid mosquito state would bring the matter> to Let* see to It now that Florida -
control will speak at theannual By MRS, CLADTS PERRY town Increasingly: attractive to Wins AND MOmas 0, paINKING MtN
the attention of their people State Prison has a chapel
r meeting Association of the Florida f Ah, Interesting meeting. was tourist and guests We do not and call for a small donation. and all the equipment It needs # LISMSscx..stsl
I rACI: Anti-Mosquito! held March)' S of the associationat : want an 'ovet-nlght Sudden By RUSSELL KAY A few dollars from each con ,
March March 28-31 In
Fort the achool work. gregation would do the trick and' LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville Tmr One WIsS Of N.spls.ilnsiq
Pierce, President Claude S rlck. house A large at* growth and boom We are Reek
CLIO St Petersburg announctd tendance ww on hand for the Ing a* diligently as possible $ota I hope that, a* a. result of this March U,-Sale* Write fee $nt.nn.N.a6280
AT V nhr.f weekInvited meeting and Informal social dependable, wholesome town Can you imagine a communitywith reached.I'Olumn10/ great many willbe on IS reporting Florida livestock C..nl Av a PA. 3.5601 Se. ON.nk.r5, t4tNNERSPRI
to hold Itt annual hour when refreshment were i a population of 1678 with- market this wjek moved 2,249
development of that will
' A d, meeting in conjunction with the served by the .hospitalitycom-i quality out a church or chapel of any If the reader of this column cattle and 2,401 hog from producers
T span I ,Florida group I 18 the American mittee last Salerno people !challenge: kind? -= Florida has one It'' would appoint themselves a toward the ultimate con- 1i1
Mosquito Association, President Time wag when Salerno was a anyone, anywhere to question\ Isn't a pleasant or desirable community committee of one to bring this turner, for a gross cash revenue G
PalJ1\ i or thin organization i is H puke. busy community with a large that ,In which to lives It is matter to the attention of their totaling well in excess of $200- and
WI.thl '; I' Peter ot the Jacksonville City I variety of stores and office You who do :not live\ In Salerno our State Prison at Ralford. minister and undertake to raise. 000, according to figures available SPRINOn
facll1t Health Department Pretsidenl- There was a railroad station who may be reading this When this act was called a small amount it would be easy today in Jacksonville of BOX
.slbl, elect ot the Florida Association with through trains 'making article, could you 'but the to. my attention not long to do and I can think ot no undertaking nouns of WIlliam L Wilson director 6 legs
nms It another Jacksonville man. regular stops, We had an Incorporated I callboy and character : the ago t could not believe it, While more worthy of State Markets. nguN.PIMPLES'i*
John Mulrenn/?n, director of en- I town Th re"'I1I' large group of men who turqedout I had never given the matter If every member of t Rotary, Value 950
I lomoUtty State Board or HealthApproximately Civic Center building: too. Let to work on the new.Civic any thought, I Was confident Clvltan. Kiwanis, Exchange or $69.50
other service club' would take
300 interested us not detract from Ieaders'ofyesterday that existed at RaIford.In .
persona. Building Saturday afternoon, a chapel OR DO SIZE
In mosquito control are and also tome evenings during the SO years of the Instltu- similar action and at the next DOtrjUqufQl THCMI ........hrah on ')'
expected fo attend the convention Something happened and the the week, and see the system, lon'i existence there has never regular meeting bring the mat KLJTfiKltX .-d M bow_M.jfcilr h.. IIts )1'I Ft. Pierc Shop
ter p1.pW n k the- m eep
and call for
up voluntary I *
town took a step backward. The spirit and cooperation among been a chapel aa such : 7Aikfor
Directors of the mosquito I ptore and businesses disappear- the group, would readily realize The religious program ot the am contributions the from member would ,be'I .tJi....... y w.. nd j_0..10 lure
control l districts in Florida I "d. The railroad station was response ..ur.'x!? ..... II
3 are the former\ statement la prison and the work of personal at "ll iM 49c
immediate U club ...
every or Ds.N.ym.r..H i.MNIf I.
People scattered>
those will 1||
among who speak I merited counseling and activities have -
Th y Include V C Bartlett: of and Salerno seemed" to have hit And by the way, special) appreciation Men maintained by the resident ....,..._--- ---- *' ..A.
1 f' Hob Sound bottom. For a number of years due the nyn who chaplain aa "'ell.. possible without
I no effort has been made to progress turned tllf the flift time, the facilities provided ministers -
In any way. You were a big encouragement. outaldq the institution
I STUARTCITY I State school: officials, upon We need you all, And to thenew walls I
tailing Salerno, Would recommend .
members that are j joiningour .
Now, after 30 years, the States
no Improvement because
association weekly. : we welcome -
getting ready to provide a
Salerno was a 'stagnant' community
Regular Meetings you anjl appreciate your chapel and the Board of commissioners : -
went so far as to sugml support.
.8:00P.M, that Salerno children be I County School Superintendent of State institution)
has announced an
2nd and. 4th a ut( to Stuart School and the R. H. Rollins and Miss Lucll recently for appropriation -
of $50000 a
Salerno School be discontinued
Inacoe. county home demonstration ,
WEDNESDAYSStllart Salerno people have waked agent, spoke briefly at the mlldlng '
City flail t up We shall keep our school I j March 3 meeting\. No provision, however, !* being
flic rrcane our businesses erect made to provide furnishing or
The card parties\ are getting
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((111 i! Civic Center and as time better. Despite the bad weather 'worship equipment. AU the j
.... Public Always Welcome I vies on have ::1 library, and develop I we had Friday over $50 was State propose to do U provide I
1 other int'rests to make our [ realized at Mrs. Humans. The the bare unfurnished building. ,
If It 1 'R be f u r (shed funds
.1 crocheted square was won by ths ;; J
which archi-j
I Mrs Hall a Rue! t of Mrs. Ho- for purpose, '
I run'!>. The next card party will tect estimates place at $13,500,1 ; 1Lz
f FOR SALE be held at Mrs Blantons nous* will have to come from privatesubscription 91
on March 19 j
f Roller Skating RinkIn Don forget the block dance' That the prison Is to have even
Saturday an unfurnished house of worship
Because of the Red Cross drive is ,largely. due to the untiring effort I ,
Operation our building fund committee haseased of the prison chaplain who
Good Income I up an soliciting donationsand has diligently worked toward
Reasons for
SellingChristilpe pledges for our nw building this end for years. Now he has
1 but we hope to hay' a list been promised the building, but J
P. Beyer r ready for publication shortly, BO he is still confronted> with the I
that all may we how our fundsare problem of equipping it for the I
Floridell Trailer Courf Ft Pierce growing along with our useful purpose it was Intended ,
building He particularly want a good
Listen \to -Calling Mar t I nCounty" organ, and this Is include In
the estlmatquoted in the foregoing ,
I over WIRA tor occasional )
announcement our a- paragraph,
I unties\ and come to Salerno for A large number of prisoners
I fun. are as eager for the establish- I
ment of the chapel a* la their
L'RGEDOrlal' chaplain One New Years Eve,
P ALL FLORIDA I a group of them composing an i II|
io, March 11. iFNSt
organization known a* the _
PROGRESS and Terming 1948 as Florida's golden "Forum of Faith," a religious
opportunity to lead the South
social brotherhood among
o> a two-party State, M. J. Moss
I men presented Chaplain
Orlando, prominent: realtor and
wills!> a check for $188 ,1
candidate for Congress from the marked for "equipment of our f e 'x'
Sih Congressional District on chapel" This sum came front ,
r e the Republican ticket, points Out small contributions made by the I .
t that as long as this State U
T'C r/ Write year sane. *a a eitl Cord looked on by both parties' as "In prisoner their famine themselves. or from

/ and mill today ten the bag" we never can get the Surely, If these unfortunate
I Federal consideration and appropriations 'prison Inmates are so eager fora
: 'Ii MACFA&DEN ( t GOVERNOR &u&f we are 1< entitled to. place to worship that they are

.O (V 4437 NwwMll Bnnck,Miami tuck.Fte. rAI SE!! -ECONOMY-CITED willing to contribute pennies, Yes -- a' Qi z -
i I nickels and dime from their own
: 101 rraha& Bldg lacasan mii,, ru. uis Sores Orange An. Bland.,ru.
pocket to help in Itt establish
Gainesville, March 11. -Revealing -
I .. that 125 crippled children ment, If behooves those! of us In
r I are faced' with removal the "free world" to put our i: on'something'new'and fascinatin
from the rolls of those given i shoulders to the wheel and give
KI ENS State aid, Senator W. A. Shands, them a hand.
j That I* what Chaplain Shepherd
the businessman) candidate for I' '
Governor said In his speaking 1 II asking Floridians to do.
Kitchen Efficiency i I\ A Small Space tour of the State last week that :He realizes that it 1 I. Impossible Golden-hued Dirilyleg

1' General Electric 60\ch Kitchen (the lack of funds which gave I to raise the sum needed from
rise to this situation\ was a good the meager contribution of theprisoners ,
STOVE \ REFRIGERATORSTEEL Illustration of false economy. themselves. His
church not blessed with wealthy -
SINK \ CABINETS KNOWtFS: IN PLAY parishioners.. Whatifpiriljrte? .
He la asking civic clubs, women -
Uniform-Design ana Styling Robert L Knowles sophomore '* organization and religious A. n', a wonderful new metal,alloy'the_color of polished E d.
at John B. Stetson University, groups of any and all denominations -
Compact Efficient.-I. Convenient DeLand was member for the to give such aid a* they Q. How is it beink used? -
cast of Berkeley Square," a play can. He feel that the work to
J by John L. Balderston presented be done In Florida' State Prison A. It's 'being m de into exciting! u*beautiful knives? fork w spoons and

I Martin County EI ctric Co. I Stover Feb Little 26 through Theatre at 28 the by>university the U foreign even! mission more important or other activities than 'dishes that bring a dazzling newsunshine to the table. ;

Knowles. who played for which large sums are
I .\ BLDG. I PHONE 75 II ree and lved.Mrs He Tho It'.is the C.son Knowles of Mr. I his the aid outside In solving church this to problem.come to I ylTlt':harder than sterling, and very.scratchresistant.g.f .\

7 I 731 East 5th 8t. Stuart. Here Indeed I II a worthy pro-] '
How docs i p tewitb plan?
r act: for your club, your Sunday ire .
School or your church to un- i iI *It' solid/ plated with, I notbi
dertake. Twenty denomination A. not Dirilyte there s mo wear off!

I are represented and among the will prisoners be- I eQ.Whi do stylists'say:about it? '
a* the chapel .
It)'Lj I on-denominational, designed A./They're*mad about it/It makes possible sucb' amatic'new color '
to serve the religious need of
HOM ACRES aU 1_the task of supporting the schemes.:- And it harmonizes with gold-decorated bins'sod crystal

i I 1 the only flatware" }that does! .

Q. Can it be used in both period and modern semi s?

j j : A new subdivision in Stuart A.(Yes!i The:Regal pattern, with.curved handles, i lovely with period

I'I't china.table.The Empress pattern, with straight lincsjsQAIs uniting for- modern

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' ,''t ( 1 I t.\ One mile from Post Office irexpeaaive41Na ? "

: ',f An ideal location for horfrs. Lots front on the new Gaines; Highway

I and the Taylor Road. Clls* to bridge fi.hmg. It tests ng mor than good plate(
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HOMESIT] 85 Ft. x 600 Ft. 'Dian t we say at'the sun thaTDinljte"iTfascinating t ? -
see it /discover'the I
t New 'rod ... dazzling glory of a table.set

One and one-quarter acre tract. Plenty of room L'e 1 .:pfrilyte. .'discover:die beautiful color harmonies you ca

t for dwelling, garage, frfit tree and garden $6 5 0 ''plan withDinlyte and your'present linens, china and.crystal''

PRICE We'll give \out' Worn ?. and discover iu amazingly" moderate cost!.'

fatigued tire. j "second
wind" that'll m i a 'em 4 'To
Way Pay.
.' All lots hare been surveyed and concrete marker set.rat. ride like brand-newnXb gin .
9 The till is lerfecl. Abstract furnished your old tread-ba Fine
today. We'll renew 'em i ia J Charge '

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Reasonably Price

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FOR RED Intercoastal Waterway Use
'. Ltd Fresh Front My Grove, Shipped Anywh. CROSSThe FROM DIMES MARCH "JOE" I

NEW an FURNITURE Rev Timothy J Geary Shows 33-Per Cent Gain Chairman H. R. Steffen final MOSLEY '- "

REAL, BA AINS and Miss Mary Shackelford, report show ((1084.85 was raised
executive secretary for Martin -- : during the two-week March of UMBING ,j''
let Ua Ice Your FI. or Shipment County Red Cross ehapter A 33-pet teat Increase In the 539; freight 51 and other commercial Dime Jan. IS-30. he reported .

J 3 are Esperi ce spoke In the Interest of the cur use of florid'| Intracoastal waterway "These 39.Prim yesterday morning. Expenses <_' J litf CONTRACTING l. '
Valley Bridgepassings
rent countywide Red Cross drive the put two year over during tile campaign amounted Work '
Prompt, Efficient Servic XJl I Guaranteed
are particularly 11(1'1fleant \ -
MI KE for funds at the ( "- to $84,37 ,
) net of
B. weekly. noon the two-year period immediately in that they mark the leaving a gain NIGHT OR DY i I
meeting of Klwanls:! at the Wornan -' 100048. '
preceding tile war. mark (a
: movement of
pleasure craft frondNorthern
Hotel BIdg. Old Disi.Iamllnnuugmuuulllllllllllllllllllu11111111HIH1' Club Friday The gross includes $698.05 from
lion| revival and of utilization States into Florida In
Father Oeary recalled the origins IBM ,collection and $38880 from Just Phone, 346 i ir
boat craft
of the 'movement and Miss especially by pleasure pleasure mailed donation, The collec,
,,5 --- Shackelford cited the Red Cross'new i of this Important geographlo resource passing reached 1327 and north- tlon figure include $306,tl from si111rBS. r
national 1 of tin State, the researchand bound 658\ Last year, 1.227 lliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi iimiiiiiiiryiiiiiiiiiiiiji '+
iiiiiffiiiiiiiiiinni"BECKER' blood donor system' Jensen Beach $38 73 from Hobe
and her chapter good records industrial division of the southbound and 1.235 northbound Sound, $33324 from Stuart, I GRINER'S' g
In this county where help I is Florida State Chamber of Commerce passing of these 'craft $13.20 from Salerno and $825 .. ,
given those who cant help; themselvs stated yesterday in Its were recorded from Palm City. These figure In 1 RIVERSIDE. RESTAURANT r k
weekly business review "Monthly tabulation shtfw
Secretary Herbert turn Include 102.83 from Stuart .
; During the period highs for I November, December |' SPECIAL 1MENU EVERY DAY
haY21 two-year "
3 Mile North of Stuart on tr 1 er, reporting on the school, $882 from Jensen
DELICIOUS meeting of the 'club's directors.I ((1614-1947)) 7439!>> boat were r;- and January in the movementof Beach School and $3.20 from = Fried Chicken, Steaks, Oyster and Shrimp
said $10 ported by the 'U. 8. Engineersa pleasure! boats southward and
i was voted to Red Cross Salerno SchoolBURROUGHS
and $100 to assist one or more passing the Palm Valley for.March" April May and June | HOME, COOKED = t
FROZEN CUjfARDS Klwanlan from here planning I Bridge near Jacksonville The marking the return traffic ON STETSON s Tasty, Delicious Food a' s
total passing registered 80 percent "Thes tabulations are not Intended
A! attend the International Kl- FALL HONOR ROLL
"nlll''convention In Los Angela southbound traffic and 40 to reflect the Increased | MRS. NER ,
Hot Dog HlrttiDurgers Coffee In June. per cent northbound and includd activity. at various points along Donald ; ,
:! The club had Fix Detand March 11 A. ALBERT 4
- .. / guest, pleasure craft, U S Government the waterway which extend Burroughs, son of Mr and Mrs i = 'i d
- tch For Our Stan Just South Jensen Cut-Off Road | _,__'0__ 1 boat, and commercial vessels (with one major exception on,,W O Penney of 500 South California
... llimilllllTl lookout towers are the "eyes; '' tor4,4t'7 tile ,west coasU around the en- I Stuart, is listed on the ;TllMimillllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilMIIIHIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII!I I IIHIIIIIHIIIMIIIMIIMIlTiCARLOAD "' ; i ( '
IIIIIIIMIimillMIIIHmMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIimillimillllllllMllll 1 'Pleasure craft accounted Mrs coastline of the'State and
and two-way radio the "ears o(i fall quarter honor roll at Stetson
II the Florida Forest Service I II passing, commercial flshi across the southern portion of University ;This 'Is a recogni- LOT '
__ __
ing vessels 1,059; tugs 662; V S. the State through Lake Okee- I .
tion given for
consistently high
government boat 642 barges Nationally Advertised te
I scholarahlD Burroughs Is a '
/ COUTANT sophomore at Stetson, MATTRESSESBOUCAT
4 ; ;
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY chobee Veteran now may'go 20 TO 25% DISCOUNT i

I Rea Estate Photography g At Office Lloyd of H H R Hardy Xowery Jr, regiooaLofflce to the Veteran In Administration Miami and obtain I ALL. NEW(SEE, THEM BEAUTIFUL EARLY PATTERNS At w. t

11:30-3:30 p. m. Monday a card authorizing minorrepairs' i
rattly. Photos f Yolr Fishing Party and Catch. SODA ,, I to an>( equipment that I
.. I,Illlllllllllllllllllllllll". Illulllllllll I III II ha been Issued to aid them in Dodd nbury Furniture ,

PORTRAITS AND7KRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY .w I| Questions; asked\ ; veterans Av-Veteran Administration overcoming-their-handicaps.- Cor. A\. A and N. 2nd, Su, Fort Pierce

rer Bldf. BoO63 Phone 324 s ed concerning authoritatively benefits by are the answer Veter- cannot force your husband or The recent fuel oil, gasoline ..
t - ------ -'---_--
any veteran to accept honpital and other petroleum shortages : \
c -j col-omit motion or medical treatment show how necessary It Is to pro-
---1-- 1 I t|Some pf the questions most often tect America'a forests from .
asked Are answered below CLAIMS FEE ILLEGAL which substitute fuels and lubricants -
.I lost can t b made'rTmimiiililllliiiiiimilllimmiliiiliiil. How Does t
Q. my original dls- Agents or attorneys who exact
"THE :harge paper Js It possible to fees from veterans for pr. l i i i ; I
secure a copy ot this certificate
# A. Yes. A, certificate In lieu sen ting monetary claims to the DR> MAKINGand
TAZ it lost discharge will be Issuedupon Veterans! Administration for ALTEteS ONS Christian Science P PHea
written application The I benefits\ are violating the law, ft
r F proper form on which to make I Mable Archibald I
SSQ VA said today in answer to numerous -
such application may be securedby >M S ATLANTIC A\E.l >

(UD C,, S THE Merits in OD writing Administration Irectly to your regional Veterans Vernon Inquiries.S. Parker manager of l iiiniiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiWelcome I!I I I I I I I I I n ? ,

fOOar 'N INSURANC rs { of tic,' th Miami Regional Office, said Relief for I
TOWN"elude the abil, I
+ that veterans are not requiredto
'P OUR I and DESIRE when I Q. How can I get I job in a pay fees for the presentation BACKACHE PAl If you would like to know snore about this '
V -
terans Administration hoop! '
a fellow ha been of their claims Fees for such 1 If '
tal? scientific which heals human ill
$ religion {
5 TASTYAND hit hard by adversity lut to Musculsr bird slits, :
AJ You should make application service are! payable only! by the
t to LEND A by letter to the personal of- Veterans Administration Itself LeRlsg., It sham and solves hitman problems cpme to : f S
y JUST Aib nrfmlniil" Nxi bilm
n M
HELPINGNOURISHING Jlcer at the hospital you have and are deducted from the .,M tan py Id ,I},Wq w.Mn nnw
HAND! In a crisis elected If. position Is avail I monetary benefits due the veterans -I M.. ,MM wwL, U? NEURM
w w b.Ad.we nlf Irwea
it might mean able, he will notify you at the time the claim Is wwr/n/ wwa.4, aAn LMLnL :
EVERYthing fjf Q.-After I was discharged in allowed," said Parker. The I II I'
TO YOU. Cherish 1943, I dropped my $10000 national > I claim may be allowed only when i=0OriO Willed '
4 ,
service life insurance substantial services are given I ttention
NNERS LtfN'S Icy Later I reinstated $2, POI-I Fees are allowed only when the ,
this and now 1 would like agent has been recognized by i B t Owners! "CHRISTI[ SCIENCE: I
know It I can reinstate,the other :the VA as a claim agent or an I II Service
$8000, I attorney," I THE SCIENCE, 0 IVINI; UND,, ,, ',1:
All Raio
I Flavor! ED PP A.- -Ye*. llhave bntll July].. If no monetary benefit accrues Equipment \ 1
11 1948 to to the veteran a* a result of the Ship-to-shotw radiophones
usually i I
HOME MAD Miss Florence Middtugh C.S.Btof
our salty, ?
physical examination claim no feels 1 paid, Parker added sp 1
R LTORP. : rd": you are In as good Reasonable 'ces, too, Los Angeles,/ aIif.
health a* you were at.the time Fee are fixed by statute at rl
RUCE ondNHARRY'SFed .Arcade of the lapse Reinstatement Is $10 for an original claim and $2 R. & R. dio Member of the Board or Lectureship of
1 hone 19 made by filling out an application for a claim to increase benefits The Mother Church nh* First Church
Highway and IndVantown Road {orm and by payment of Any agent or attorney violatingor Rio .- on the Old iaie of Christ, Scienpf7 ln Boston, Mass, ', '
two monthly premiums. attempting to violate the statute ,
I' / I
EMBER OF MARTIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF tOMMERCC 2I is subject j to :Its penal provisions o.osao oe ,. ''t'1. ) [
Q.I feel that my husband, a the VA official sold LET US REMOUN SUNDA HClARCH 14 AT 3s: 15 p. m. I'' -I Ir '
veteran of World War XL la in YOUR DIAMOND I
need of hospitalization, but he COOPERATION SOI CUT
refuses to make application for DART HIGH SCHOOL f'i r ,, I
Tallahassee March 4 State .i\
medical treatment. What AUDITORIUM
$1 can
Forester C. H. Coulter today ap 4 I
$ the Veteran* Administration do
pealed for greater public coop
In-th\ situation" ?7 eration In preventing woods fires Qo fn f Sponsored by I :' :
STOP this spring a* Southern States : t
IN- EE THE NEWBeenfrBBze opened the 6th annual coopera- Tee sttnu The Christian Science Society ,
Orde '
Now for 1948 II
tive forest fire prevention cam 1 4 4Wstc
f AVOcX ingl paign Monday of 3luart, Florida { {

EDUCATION VALUE CITED Whi Cordially Dices You lo Attend \
Tallahassee Furnishing to and Ring Repairs j klJ

.___n_____. PERSIAN LIMl every child an opportunity fora 107_ Nind St. Fort Pierce !
J ;: ; good education 1 I. one of the ;

ME FREEZERSPRICEI Br kTNU7 most facing Important the people responsibilities of Florida \ \ I

Colin English- State School Sup J
Homestead, BMTrida erintendent and candidate for t ,
'Howdy Stranger
Governor, said today \ e 1

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Request For Special Dishes Filled ,
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) b choose You moved to a sn hty friendly community '
..I..s M.es1 C1..N was Nil
elephong among the finest folk Aon earth Welcome to '

Stuart and Martin Count
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If there I i. any banking service we can performthat 4 c

will help you get settle pleas call on u*.

AS LOW AS The most modern' testag equipment handled by fac y

tory-trained' technician, *uure4 you the finest trouble. 1 I s l
$259,95 ,,-......-.... -.,..,.-.... free ferric > DI /
Ftaturei, galortl' No other home freezer hat CITIZENS F 'STUART

FOR MODEL A5 as many' Only Deepfreeze has them alfl' If !It'. Electrical A Have ItHUTTO

Member; The. Federal Rjfcerv* System. and Federal Deposit. .. ',

Tb Bank of Personal Service $ I


202 Osccola Av, Stuart, Fla. ,
T'' OFFICE 9 ARCADE PHONE' 13 ro 11t

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I I: NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Dollars q U& -: Trade,\

L\ \ ;:. I KITCHEN n FREEZERS The County Agent's ColumnBy .1. At Spent Horn rI&r.I;j MARTIN, COUNTY c a,

L, M.Johnson
.r evns span. S Jei neps. Proridolmore Cr" 6
'" ) red bees rcer Stay
PACE !" food> for! The 1943 Agricultural Conservation ( BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mtrf,
Mlsihroti hrPiyi AHo m.
I o, Program ''requirement COUNTY'S SCHOOLSTO 1 CouylYour '
CUD l ( rI' ii NORGE and form for signature are now SHARE IN 13 Week Will Bring You Businesi
R"WCard; In This Section Every
; front rou Mur available at the office of the FOOD n --.....
i County Agent, Oughterson Bldg.,
BARTLISlJ BROS.rHONI Stuart. April IS Is the last day Martin County school lunchrooms .
spanPalm t L-I OStTOUA AVt. SM. to sign up for participation In will share In 13 Carloads U f PITCHFORD'SCAMP LOOKWYOUR II Bt MOitI
r this program, and letters to this of vitamin-packed' foods now CLAMOSUY5NEWCLOSY
With! effect are being mailed this week being allocated by the State Give Your Car o ruckA If You Visit v '
taellltslbly ; to farmers, ranchers and growers Complete Ch It UpLxpERIENcro
frofi where I sit I Joe Marsh who carried out conservation Welfare Board MUNCHS'BARBER trod tw
ty practices In 1947, to those W r. Catling, director' commodity SIT DANTS roe ames '
: AND MECHP..f and Boats SHOP
Hilt who failed to sign up In time division, announced this AR e, Cottages ureLrsa"Al
for the 1947 program and to the week that open uc HOuaStandard Seafood Stuart
a the U. S, Departmentof loa __ Oldest Shop In
Bent Bride new farmers who have started nit'it AIL
Agriculture has donated the Your Petrocsa
; operations In Martin County I Co. Little i
since last spring. i! following foods to the State for Bail For Sal. e

;;: Gets Chijkenhearted l The county agent urgM all use in School lunchrooms State SUPER aenvxe; TATIoreaai.pn ,JENSEN BEACH Lyric Theatre Bldg. Beau Shop
farmers who wish to take part and charitable institutions LAND n o.
: br NI W AT COUNTY BaiDCS Stuart 1N a. an AYL
3 ; J Den<< Ryder vas mil <} proud of ...itti.. tmiilUrltls, he gamed In conservation Into edUce practices to dried figs four cars ((280,000 pMgar
the and take
Mi young bride*hen a offered' to h* *uld put up vita her fondness come 000 lbs, and grapefruit 'Juice .. .
care of this matter at their nine carloads I --
62.100 gal.) Mar- --
for his ft k of baby for chickeM u

t f :' cere chirkJi like new I too. lor with her I)now Ben hu the nicest brood earliest open daily opportunity.except Sundays The officela and rata tin County share of will these receive goods.USDAcontrlbuted its. pro j TRUE ANFertib : Bey Th. Beat i r Fred A. StaHord] eb Ordway

,. brood he bout legal holidays from 8:30: until
J hens
.". 0 yinj In {town, and from foods re r GENERAL Motors
I '* Then cime market nc lor fry- \ ii-re I nit, one of the most sue noon, and from 1 to 9 p.m.; Saturdays celved by the counties during the Regiatereogiaeer
sn4 the cri.i.1 i nimplychickem from 8:30: until noon. TUX 0 AUTHOK1ZUI
eri- ue efulmarriagentoo.AUb.casns current school year have Includ- ELECTRIC: DEALU r0
". Wouldn't let Ben near 'r "liv.d..nd-1et-U.-liter.I1,. April 15 Is not so far away. It ded dried peaches dried prunes FEE
takes few minutes, and FORD
only a
t ". with an axe. She'd r.' .'d them ks nd whenerer, h* wants fried raisins, non-fat dry mUk, dried ANCEIIEIIAL Appliances
".bells. .h.'d ram them thicken, he takes his bride over to farmers are reminded there will eggs, Irish potatoes sweet potatoes NE opINstcrlct ItlkheD, Lund SALES AND auK
be no extension of time made to
they were her very o\ t I\ndy'' G.rde1Tn.rn for a eri.pine and dried apples. 'Amongthe n cud, Cabinets Land Surveyor DAY AND NITt
anyone. joint alms of USDA. the MEDIESBTUART Ra......
J Ben<< poured hlms* glens Of and a gl I..s of beer. rovtvsT -' WRECKER SERVICI
State of ;;
Department Educationand
.beer, Peanuts bs used In clothing F D ST Stuart, Florida BODY
to think things Of ir witiibly.on may the State Welfare Board MARTIN COUNTY atrAiu
He hated teloM' the pri, fryers I Iud Q.1'"' / { and household fabrics I paperIn Catling said "is that of fosterIng sal FLAGLER APHONE,, ale ELECTRIC phone IK-J I Ii PHONE 9142
...buthelKurtdSuei pat repLoporig (7" books and magazines, and high nutritional standards JACK IN. Me Phone 75Uncle
even the paint on the wall with -
for school lunches and Instltutlorjal -
in a few years, as a result of .
menus Distribution of .-
; /98,1'iutti' SUM Brmia f miali MI research at the Southern Regional thes commodities, many of I I
Research Laboratory of them purchased by USDA thru OME BUILDING
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the U 8. Department of Agri- Its price-supporting operations Stua Taxi i SeeIGBEE
} culture on new Industrial possibilities far toward
goes helping us
for this Importantcrop achieve this aim" iI Billy sez. &

The best weapons the Florida SnORT pOl'RSE PLANNED I (It.,......._ pnIo""" bl 1W .lk.., C-fc f. WII_), ORTHAM

farmer and stockman has at Gainesville, March 11. The Prompt ependabl.Cour General. .
[ Contracting
present to protect his cattle sixth short course for municipal and
GREYHOUNDS From anaplasmosls, the disease finance officers will be held In oaaPHON I and art we con RepairsP.
On science O. Box 832
which attacks cattle In a man- Gainesville, on the University of
ARE RUNNING ner similar' to the way In which: Florida campus April 282728. centrate, when we ought to. Block Wett Pih
malaria attacks humans, are 149 j jr glv' more heed to SPIRITUAL City Bridge' On TU
IHTLYRAJN disinfection of Instruments used ent which return MEDITATE Right
pests us nothing THINGS and __
on animals, Isolation of Infected
but more rats, more waste,
OR SHINE animals and Insect control according contamination and disease?" J that's what our
to Dr. Dorsey Sanders, people NEED! We've had
IT THE Florida Agricultural Experiment ; r COM LETE I enough: of science and art to Jens Hdwe
Station veterinarian., Efectric an Refrigeration last us down through th' ,

V I.. Johnson, assistant district S VICE years we ought to thinkof
PALM BEACH agent, Fish and Wildlife I No Job T Largo OrToo things of th' HEART andlesg'n ;RE

Service, Extension Service University mall th1 th' CAUSE FOR TI Y THEta THE!
of Florida In a special HOBEELEC OUNDic TEARS!
article written for the weekly t We've delved so far in fright- ARE MOlE THAN

KEN EL CLUB extension bulletin says that co. ful science th' World Is a- APT TO WAVE It
Perhaps no single business I
paysa Da Phone fear'd of us; which is NOI"
'> higher coat of harboring rats I '
HobeNit und 3271 WAY to gain alliance} -mor
then the poultry Industry.\ The
I history of Increased rat popula- Phone li'ble to start a FUSS! Let's Jenserf Bead

tions Is synonomous with the esTRArnT4 Stu t 347-J e aim to be mor' friendly to
Racefs Nightly growth of the poultry industry.\ t AND TITLE MAN regardless color,

"Your' balanced diet for poul- IrevEsTICAT1orestscaows l or CREED -. ALL OUT to

FIRS RACE 8:15: try seeking is the Rats banquet thrive the on rat prac-Is T u eresunasca Get ,Mies of Wear I do ALL TH'GOOD WE CAN;;that's FRONT LINE ARMORWE CO CRETE ,

tically everything that If appetizing I FLORIDA'IBSTRACT NEED! Found ons, Flock.
to man and poultry. They RBCAPTIRES Th' man who does you nothin' BUT GOOD has little of Drive s Sidewalk

have adopted our way of living CO, YO YOU to FEAR; it's th' guy who tries to steal your food Block Brick, Dru
Quintla every Race and paradoxical as It may seem, JIM aCNNEDY, who learns that thlevin' is dear! So let's not study to Tile Septic Tasks
they have Increased In numbersIn P.la..taTUMT & IW.',. '' SERVE IT WELL
Srlat Tbe U. UIM'm SCARE TH' WORLD, but rather to so In Fact
Daily Double nd and 3rd Races family.association with the human FLORIDAINKS ,e/Sloan ,
esek I
t. "Unless careful considerationIs WILL TELL* I

given to a poultry housing I H.A SON'S DUNTILEStuVt
NCI mil admitted construction we also I'I.
rs provide ServKe Station
them with adequate housing as IL I .
Speciil 1 CWateffrc bhouse Service well as food. Our negligence and Federll 1' Highway I Boa 936 Phone 27.'

waste assures their existence. :
They have simply reversed the
living procedure, remaining-
--- -- der cover during the daylight RED MIX CASEY'S
hours and feed breeding contaminating -, CAMPBELL'SOr I i FOR SALE .1
and destroying un I .
nt Properties der cover of darkness Juice Golden Gat. Camp Auto Camp
"The over-all cost to poult: ge I Cabin tt TrailersBeer This valuable space ala I

( Alone the Indlfn Lucic rivers and Kobe Bound, men in the United States Is ui; Squeeze at our stand 4 Bern cltsfts
andO A Fton+ believable. Under normal con STEEL Fr< 1. Daily I Eats anxt'Gas I most reasonable priceto
An TraDe| Court
ditions rats have consumed ml- Bottle Ba r Served .
I lions of bushels of grain aid Wholet ile accounts keep your name and RLn1AL Iv nA west tMON7
poultry products, running I/to CONCRETE kited undays
Ji hundreds bf millions! of doll ., services before 6,000 ALL toner IENCU
mile So. Stuart
Under present condition Ih BLOCKS Fed. Hrand hw.y No. 1 I BAKER
people every week. BLA an
"t i t poultry feeds costing from $i to J nsen Road j 1 ed. Hifhtway No. 1 ON D1. WW. Pin.. en
tve s $10 a Hundredweight, the lo* is STEEL & ALUMINU I
.. multiplied. This staggering loss! .
:--- -- --
U so unnecessary; a loss thaJran WINDOWS t .- -- '7
be plugged with so little tost V1D DGWICK
and a minimum of effort Ivhy, MASONRY WHI Boa Storage COME IN FOR YOUR ,SUTTON'SFormerly DU ANT
there la such an apathetic attitude favorite
on the part of grain!and PORTLANDCEMENTj IL a '5Rrxiee'lStation
t Fresh Water, In records
If"J feed users is not unden .d- clinic Co t Conslred'
\ Corded Stalls '
able. Why should we contain ''h \ e Wester's eel or C Durite C
Phone 748 Fort ieee.
about raising costs of feed

J I It v, _we are willing. to m_feed_m..it_ ti rod- Dry Storage RequestsFilled Crown Gas and Auto Permanent sphaltie C

n r Repairs Soft Drinl; ReClndilioninfSupplies

TOMMY INVITES u Jacks >n's Boat The On. mile So. S art T.

:, U's TO EN Y 1_ e_ PkWM 3iWST0ART Lyric Thealre_Bldg. __J Fed. No FIERI DA

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J-'If SA PAINTS Meats, Groceries $ I-.

0 1'1 and VAR SHES Letterhe s And Frozen Foods M adtl

> ENAMELS, StalementsRuled paOD1CC
: .k ." r Y JR FAVORITE a. '
1\ '' A YnMURPHY Forms ANYJensen
Circulars )L.olt.ee
j CuTONT r ucra
: WAY YdU UK IT PREPARED Thou 2e. Pdon. 300 9* art M I.wt l,_ f. IoI 4 J


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: 1 Premium Beers V" Fin* Liquors1JANCING I hocks :J ._

: J' Listings of Improved sn .Unimproved Properties Plumbing Heating HALE GIVEVour t
"4 Throughout Mvtln County
.:, Sh".PVMPING .tal Seawalls FIND
ACREAGE -i-l RANCuzaRental' Open All Dar Sisnday Every Sunday .
:1/1)) YIw. LJoul JJollIU
1; point RIveT- River FroperUesJvplter
Ii j.- Yes s. a..a berg h
&114J TOMM 'S BARON All'fypet
I". ,...* Roof R j
; bland. O.enlS ond Estate SlUe ''STUART'PLUMBING Construction airing
to the
J II"rI U. S. 1 HOBE S\>UND e ONLY A METALi.WORKS Ivan Taylor 51130c. ado AYE,' i

t" C. B. ARB CAST 12 Miles SoutUVof Stuart Phone 8141 ad Leave
I sox see I CROSS!
.. P.O. Box 474PHON6104J Ms ges.p RED
pesoNla, Due HI 5450e $ Ms j
Ampl. ParkIn
Real Sstat. WATEKTRONT fKOfpTIES Usvaaee Space S Ilt
//I f l ----- -. 4 Fla.i Thin W.ekVia.

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