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: April 1, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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''h \oute of Approved Bridges Linking Stuart With Ocean Beach 1 :150 BiERRSE', j1I' '?'''d

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A YEAR m'Z ,at ,Sunrise Inn| i
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sewed Benefit A* Of Immeasurable to. the ; ,''o +p7P l.c f, the Sportsman and their Pilots families Association arrived '

Stuart Area / 1, +'
'A ? Z principally by airplane
-- sX at Witham I Field yesterday V// I
\ By thl ume next year, it nre for the start of a five-day ,
Int plan go through' Stuart r '.. cruise in Stuart J
a be linked directly with the (l/ : \ 1'f 11
sex fceaehe Host Zack Mosley said approxImately ;
1 As shown by the map on the 60 plane with an estimated -
[rfcl* Fourth Street wll; be our L4:! $ r/ cE'GRPr valuation of $1,000,000 ', 1 it'',.
I (Ocean) Boulevard. were parked by the guest from '
I from' downtown Stuart it will nearly every State in the (Union ti '' ,
approximately Btt\ mfle toN ; abUlnunnlinuufiuunlunuagulls'I I '
beach St. tucle Estate ; ) s 'q 'y I
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Iml I Snug Harbor "will be from Stuart Mayor W. R. "Bob"
< to I mile from the ocean Baker today extended the City l
III term -of driving (to the 1/ of Stuart's cordial greetings t { Hand
,I rtin, the and and such will beliram irMr v CV invitation te enjoyment of '
10 to II minute from "the '
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I their time here t. the membersf It '
newt of town.
I Both new bridge, approved by < o SPA and their families.jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiimiimiiii.'
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the: Slat Road department, and LK '
|to t be built at a cost of some 4 (\ f '''
1t.000,000, art expected to greatly at Witham Field where special jl
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factl mts I arrangements! have been made' ,
Increase sport Bulling
iIlE1 A cb 0 to accommodate. the SPA Bac$' ,
weather. prevented all the gUcsts at
z arriving yesterday and. Mosley! k
(HAND SALES D said about 50 persons and 10 to.. d ) tI '

' i ..r U tiiagTN P R ,O Z Z 1- day.IS more planes.would( arrive toBEM. 4 t ,

NET $SJ 112JODq' I"JJ After a welcoming Corklait '
: party.at the held as the SPA f J

_Ac"z ', EStP 99 ti m n i, ", 0 member arrived a get-ac: '
( quainted dlhner party was held i, ,
Parch a.. of .Island. Lot. t9 Z. at Sunrise Inn last night, Senator N I

10.S79 Acrei,We.t of p :: QA .,..... !! O 'z. / Evan Crary delivered a short' '
Stuart Reported 'b.1 9ft GHT : m { v2Am: welcoming talk and O. O "Jerry"
-""'\ tP ? Oq't t y G'' m.iE Smith detailed briefly the plan ,
for the Sailfish! Club SPA tournament
bur land airs for an ajgreIliU -
consideration at Indicated m 1J rn' rp which wUl ''end Sunday t ,
l % night, 'These'two with their
Jtjr State documentary atamp. of .w d r
wives and Mr. and 'Mrs. '
I I11(7Mwere- announced her s sy Arthur
likls week Bend iti M D:hen- and Mr. and Mi's' A. '
by Oeorger.
lot west Palm Bach president ma r y a / J j P. Krueger formed the special! I 1

1 4 tie Southern State. Land and ) A /f welcoming committee upon request l I'<
lumber of ,the 12 Florida SPA
CorpotaUon, and attorInqr
Evan Crary, Y p'
I Topping the quartet la the / -.:.- ---'J'i Snorts' of choice filled the program ,
I.l( by' Beiuel'i firm of tJtM 3A for the visitors today. A ''I II
I tint! to the Martin Tomato and i ( \ jI/ : cocktail party will b? held at. s, ,
I Plant' Lands, Inc" represented. ri-1 r- Sunrise Inn pool at 6 this! afternoon
Ibr P. U Hinson of DeerCeld -followed by informal( I ,
I Beach Land in nine section: ?;J : dinner there at 7-30 and, a.
I la beachcomber south sea Island .
Township 39, Range 40, "west I
I lithe Arundcl Shop. U Includ- dance at the lighthouse at 8:30: "
I ed'l for sale price indicated by Z A luncheon at the Inn at 1 + '
J ttu stamp of $..'soo. Hl aon'* o pm. tomorrow will start the

litlorney.was, Amos Jackson of I ; ::! day's scheduled -vents An SPA r, a ,
I Went! Palm Beach Be'nsel laid business,, meeting is set for 1 at ,: o 'h;
I M understood\ the acreage would the Inn followed by a cocktail 'y',, r
I be hnproved and devoted to agI N 1 n party at :5 I and informal family 'I ,' II
rtculture. Hlnson could not be dinner at 7.30'A barn fiance and '
1 reached for comment. midnight supper will start at 'u 't f
I KM sold by Southern Stets oy 9'30 at Martin County Golf and t

I *HUU.ll acre to EL and Ellsa- Country Club. ., r
[ both! Bowling of Dania wfcica, :=" 0 Pain Beach Night will be ob- v ,
I mclidM three sections and i lueryed Saturday, And the visitors .1 ,
I Wv *vt seven other southwest r1T wA Z N i will make th- trip on four
J lee area sold ,/ O A' : chartered Greyhound bubek ','
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Indkatid sal* price of is set at 1 p.m Sunday I ; ,
IF20' J. Warren and Laura ;/, G'I''J \ ,.,.. I followed: by a Scotch foursomegolf
Utaghead: '' ". tourney at the I
of Hollywood pur. : ,'I: 0 country club
I ehassd 4 S.> sere* from BouthI : :!: t .......I... at S. Dinner at 7 at the Inn followed I
I States for Indicated price ;tL. ; / l. a> -I> I by movies and awarding 1
at 13.100.' Included> are two haU. ". '. 0(, 'i: "': of cruise and sallflsh trophies ,;
:> and souvrnlrs will conclude the 1 '
Township, 40, Range
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Crary and T T. Ovghtenon "' 0 Of all the guest, perhaps j'the rt

beet Blanche FeIn the sal .-by J most prominent is Henry King, i
MIL !') Hooker of ,- highly-paid veteran director for
Greenwich., Conn of all of Lot 20th-century( Fox Studios in "' I
|los lid the north 50 ft, ot'tot '. ( t1 l f r 0 Hollywood tiespite a lame back
lar oa Jupiter Island to Rat P. '1 fly // ,, ,f Z King flew his plane alone her ,
8Ie'enA of New york Clt '. ,Ind from California to arrive
) i / SCALE : yesterday
*". sale' price aces $38, 00 for I. I/b i -,I afternoon Mosley' reported { f r

\the lands lying on the central ,,, '.? rO'E( MILE" Alexander P deSeversky i
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the !.Iland south of Kobe ; famed plan designer and plo- I
04. '' neer of New York "was unable P
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trip as planned. li
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., : /' \. drlckson took over operation of '
l 9" cP PG 0"2 fi the snack Shop on the Jensen r1 a

:::r-:' M eM.,.14e A. k f.ahioi t., .' L QO Beach under oceanfront a three-year this renewable morning !'I I I' +
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w. 'r= Be .. : 1w Set I lease from E. Gordon Brewer p
wr: V,'b":, ./.sew : .Yea O..MMI v "CI The lease termscover! the shop t '1'' ,
NIe Yw. LW. \ ,, I and the &Immediate area Upon 1(
: : which it located
r'ep 'ens. iuY file'' sae, .
5.'s The Hendrlcksons Mr. : 'f.
Isle: 1ae. 5de 5deL.aa : replace ,
i. 14 1 /al Seat red, "I and Mrs. George S. Wilson who I ;

I i.Q.s- e I.n.dl ads'Ilt Ilgl...'..,.'else'.._ r' :The Atlantic Ocean beaches will be practically In I -\ have. .relinquished lease ot the '.

Mr 'toe'11 '::a11,11, II:; KALE BRINGS $424 ': your back yard when the new Martin County Bridges areCoropHeted. Unusual fishing drldge stated. Features of the ihop to devote their attention d
wee Jim. Catholics GetSteepleJJell A ale ai: auction of it lot in film will ,be the hooking- an to their hotel on the propertJ'Immedlatel7 I
800-lb. tuna which"- la attacked north of the shopFRENCIL .,
II .three..th..eubdlvlelon'brought court house yesterday Because to few people in Martin County have had the Film to Be Shown'What by a shark before being landed .- -

morning. Deputy Clerk Ten M. --pleasure o\\ flying over the most beautl/ul,pot in Florida, and become a three-cornered ANDERSON '

",.. ". Ounn reported. Lack ,Mosley and Alec Delich drew the map-above, to U considered one,of them man-tuna-ihark melee, harpooning TO CENTRAL AMERICA I f
,"",, .; .... of a giant manta and
"sMWI stale, f.roll.an aerial' photograph And engineer's surveysso unusual and thrilling motion
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't.CI r e shot of a 120-ft. whale, an octopus Price French Vice-president ,
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I A hug Ji-year-old ben ,has after Pelng gjven. w (tie church tha every resident can see how dose be will be to the : -picture. ever made on fishIng I
and IJ-ft swordtlah.
1.e.ea a.eas.e.y 'been purchased and will b* Installed by John Crimmlns. However St. ocean and see how Martin County will b* in position to will be shown at the UethodistT a and gaunt manager of Shark l
tl M..1..u -- In the steeple of the St.oaephl Ann's now has& Installed chime: prosper and grow' I in, population when the new MartinQoontybridges Church at T:30: p.m. Sunday Special& decoration loaned by. Industries Division of The.Bor-
: : M:1 i to Commercial fishermen Sailfish 'the Beat Hardware Company den Co.. and Charlie Anderson
: :: :; .u Catholic Church on East and rather Geary managed '<
:; finished
+ //a a1s : are mentors and' angler and Harry' Swlnglehunt will be captain 01he Hammerhead.
5,46::: 1: te 4Ut St. within a month. the Ret. procure the bell for hi* church.He : This network of bridges, river front and oceah roads, j left ,
that &In It too In general. are cordially invitedto 1 put up around the auditorium, Monday night by Pan-
announced said case prove I .
=: t t// NIt T. J Geary :Tuesday.The 'will anything on either coast of Florida for Its American plane. for Costa *
: r :! for the present structure mirpaw see this film made with special ami Mr. Aldridge will peak Rica
.essws bell ha hung In nail the a heavy ipectal.platform: will\ be built natural! beauty and Immediate accessibility: to every tropt41 '-I diving apparatus and under" +'briefly tm-"Jesus and the Fishermen Panama, British Honduras:, an-t '

.lNatQ AlwpAii :' see steeple&in wt atop Palm_fit.Beach!Ann'for pariah 47 years. 'to |hold .it in place. ', sport and recreation sea camera, the Rev.. W a Al-. .of Lake Galilee." Cuba I I 'y'JI


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Indian River Driver when they s/e vacationing with 'I

. their parents, winter residents Week's Legal 1. -
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1 1I' ther front Charlotte Frances .
returned to her school Tuesday. Instruments \ r .

iIiw I'',. Property Owners Club Plans Mrs Max Shanfeldof, Edred ,L i "" \5 :
li i was hostess to a coterie of women WARRANTYS : I. ( "
( Interested la Indian River II inn
\ :: Social at 6 P. M. Tomorrow Drive Association activities at a. ..llk wudte M .* tp bens" I \ .
i luncheon in her home Monday. M u WELCOMESportsman ;
: By MRS VIVA C. BOATMr Entertainment plan were discussed Com iTWI, ..tt m ElluWk ,

pAGE Mr and Mr. Jonathan Eddy ; Attending were Mrs Frank- ft C. "if Hnmk n u Karl a.w".1 '
.*. Charles Moehle of Walton .
Mrs. James 8. C
Don Romanello
and sons, John Paul and .
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of Joe A. Ryrw < II t* CUnlwr B. (
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chairman entertainment Askta Mrs T M. Deal, Mrs Lane
Forrest'r, from !..
OatUn and Aimto L. W.H.
committee for the Walton- Jennings Mrs J A. : 1.i .
AT are guest' of his parents, Mr. r.rl I* Bm M NI l : A u i ObOTkra.W .
1 Eden Property Own'r! Club, announced Mr. Walter Cochrane.W. A. P.lm.*..t lu W Rewbon Sh.m.AHiwI I .
Pl a social party will be and Mr. John L Eddy in Wal H, Lennard of Walton and r.n c a. Hn.llr a oh.. to abe ., .
/ ton. They will remain for a. Ll- ..law. k 11Io A......._ I 1""
7. I ''held tomorrow night in' Community his visiting IIoM a. Ctoaly. Ie rb..aa.r Jh.P.'lba
SpaAPalm Center at Walton A covered couple of weeks while their. cester Sawyer of Auburn N. Y.. I Pilots Association
dish ,supper, at 6 will precede ya ht Comua. Is In drydook: being went deep-sea fishing Mondayon P.. .v.. h.'t_' n bto h.. a., Autar.bro PeewitC. I
? !\ moving picture to be shown prepared' for their trip home. George Greens boat, W M'solldIsNa.,ld H. Din' ,
WllbStacUtl Edwin A. H..'....l l. .l w x.nry I ,
a, wy Gordon Brewer and George Eddy ha befit 1 appointed on Harvey Merwin, 1 J Barnes; t '
'. the committee for end R. H. Eacott of Eden wererecrnt I.ee. 'Tc ... =;
Weems oJ their trip through the the commemoration A. L. to nu c. 1/ .
IlblJ'' 'd'' of the visitors In' Miami C.L, 1'.1. '..FIor.... K. "....bI -rl' OltJ
of .
Western State Afterward anniversary business
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N games will to played. Everyone the City of New York The appointment ::I A. W, Rkomwi. la Juok V.. 8'.. I\e.\ '
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I i in IIIVlted."It fa 1 requited that was made through I Traditional after-Easter parties Sautk0ni MFM St on l la Land Mwtfe Bn4 T" Mftt. t .W pie
all attending the supper bring Mayor ODwyeri recognition\ of are holding attention on the ...
a covered dish and silverware as contributions made by Eddy to I Drive. ..M' pm Tuesday Dr. 8 we.bP1.s5.1 Ia'\O.' Trk.da. u Wllll.n t* f.iij Prh aslb,' I i I foil
the of the This and Mrs. J. A. Oath Of Eldred I .. .
the club house run no serviceiqmmodltles ,. progress city. xnbaM1 Gore at 'as w Gress aut..ss
anniversary plan was submitted entertained with a. cocktail party DLHUASGE. r {
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U. a Army>> t. R. F tlok 4 f'AIyeR t I
Assisting Mrs Moehle will be to and' approved by the Board followed by a spaghetti supper i e
Mrs. Qu Maasschalk, Mrs; I lot Estimate on Nov' 13, 1941 and honoring their house guests, QUITCLAIMS. i = '
'Ae.las.ss ta Ulxlvt. H AeeuleCorers
Leicester Lennard Mrs. R. H. when staged, 'will express the Hiram Danlils\ and MadisonWeeks I' I i1
twolt, Mtt !gell Edason Brewer I city* historical. background and of New York, and the .K". 8.1I t.o I.. R, PanrtrarW .. \
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and Weems. 1 have a compelling interest for' Walter Cochrane visitors Mr. Otnrt : :
I tourists! Eddy said Margaret Ludlum of Summit, N. 14.:l.m; M! Ck ""i S. t+"mtrlrkun: f
MttS DEADLINE: SET J., and John"H. Schmidt also MORTGAGE t
AT NOON TltSDAYDeadline 1 I GAMES PARTY SETA 'from New Jersey who ho returned 11', C.: to..... a. .e, w Ct.h.u .....Itof I 1\,' /
J. for receipt at the alIce -1 special commutes of prop. I here to finish an inter. 0. Pntaf aa.t.Pwl t. P. H. Cb.dbwrs.Harr 1
.of The Stuart News\ of rural I erty holder on Indian River '.rupted vacation Joining. this .IA.... .., Jr" 10 Ed.I., .. aim's' .'' + ntuu.wt ,
cwftapoiKknts news columns I.S Is I Drive will give a game party' party were Mr and Mrs JamesS Hare A. icCed. .t v> to Cl Jr A. 011.-s I .. M. rJ1'

t pro each. Tuesday Consequently 'Saturday evening tat In the Atkln. and the Cochranes. 'otAnkona. Mvla... .1. :....* ... AI'...... W. Yos, j .' 'EVERY 'ONE. OU WILL SEE \J1'W,'
It Id urged that new. Community Center at Walton A 6 G'tlneoM e.. tell, .I. 11._. Ii'' .
Hems be placed In the balds I special Invitation it extended to Leaving the Oatlln home last t\ eb
of the column writer no later tourists, their friend and, to all Friday after four-day visit 1'>..... t Prnli-lrliMit AFFIDAVIT W Tk- tnl.lli ,. ,: >j w .
than noon Tuesday fur InclusionIn residents and their parties. Refreshment here Mr. and Mrs C. II Stein .rl, A 8' Cia I' M TW' P""hll., } F.AllTIF NATURAL :
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her column that week. Items ,, will) be served Mr* and their son. Harvey studentat I.' W .h."mcr to The. l-uljlk I ( .
sent her after that time cannotbe Walter Cochrane. chairman of'I the Country.Day School InN DEED : '::I .' h
Fr.nal.d., r. 11. bmwe 'lq rsrlea y'.. *
guaranteed publication 'this entertainment, has on her w Orleans, where they reside h.de 'x.lbnos.' I I/: .
committee Mr. J. A. Oatlln Mrs Mr Stein Is a niece of M-s..Oatiln A.n.re.r Bn..nln 1 mr.. le P P AOcoe. ,( A.. VIEWS aa '
Mrs W H. Woolnough of An Troy M. Deal Mrs. James S. As While here these guests .PARTIAL H.,Mofcki' RELEASE loP, -l -0.wa) OF MORTCACII asle, Cmi : ;': J s ;
Icons was the Sunday dinner''' kin! Mrs Lane Jennings, Mrs were entertained on board the '
guest of Mr. and Mrs John Wll I Max Shanefcld And ..Mi'8. Don, Oatlln boat for fishing and beach Pint, .r.r.I'Ba.i.. t.lK"..1.. .and tar|# Lan Trb>HrlrClUwlii AorMllAn .... ; t I\\" OF THE FJNEST PLACE TO
llama of Midway Road White Romanello sports : Bin City The Williams are from I After an Easter vacation spent lies M u.C."tnL. \" .
New Jersey and have recently''' PARTIES! HONOR t.lESTS: with !her parents, Mr. and Mrs : MOSTGAGEPised : '. lit
completed an attractive winter! AT KOBLBGARU UOME Troy M. Dial In Ankona Miss ........ ID_C4'I... 6.ub of $1ut' "':'. o \ LIVE IN AlL AMERICA. dl
home near the Drive I A variety of sports and social Dorothy( Deal returned Monday I ; ; t h.
Mr. and Mr*. William OrnytonPadrlck affair highlight entertainments>> I to Ashley Hall Charleston 8 C.. Troy J. Deal ot Orlando and Mr. ." -
1 Jr.. of the Drive are re- for' Easter vacation college students where she is a student. and Mr. Keith Deal of Miami ; ,
relying congratulations over the. who are house guest ot I ,Mr and Mrs Arthur Johnstonof Other guests &terminating a visit .,, ()
arrival of a daughter born last I Miss Frances Lee Koblegard and Orlando spent Easter weeknd to the D;ala were Mr. and Mrs ,.
Thursday In Fort Plume Ho*- Ruhl W Koblegard, Jr. In -the with his parents, Mr. and Burl Elgbmy front Rockford. tilClghmy \ I I
pltal. borne of their parents, Mr. andMrs Mrs Ruben T. Johnston:"In Walton formerly was an associate .
Mr' and Mm. Falrburn Ensey, ;I Ruhl W KoblfKa.d, on the of peal In the machinery
here on an Easter visit from Ml i Drive I Visiting young peopl i. Mr and Mrs Walker Llddonof justness i *
ami to Ensey parent, Mr and are' Anna Marie Nelson. Mary I of the Qilve and Mr and Mrs Miss Bess Armstrong, who fora I 00., .. 5'r
Mr, E R Ensey I In Walton, Miss Helen Shawn and Diddle Long!!,. I L O, Stevens; of Fort: e leftSaturday number of weeks has been the : ,
Adoma More of Vero, also an !classmates of Miss Koblegard al I morning for a two. guest of Mrs. E. K Martin in f
Easter guest, and her fiance, I Mary Baldwin College!! Russell ;: week trip which will Include Walton, left for her ,horn.? In ,, + r J
Doilal Ensey, joined a group of |French and Austin Colgate-I Mexico City and New Orleans Plqua Ohio Friday While here 1
Vero Beach young people: for' tend Colgate Ccosa' Dar Miss Katherine Ens-y'. student, Miss Armstrong palsied many I.
Saturday evening dancing pum Fryer 'anasgh I Blake; at University of Florida will arrive Florida scenes to carry: home,
Mrs Barbara Ferson of Eden, I tame down from Northwestern home far spring vacation Mr and Mrs Leicester Sawyer I F
accompanied by her sister, Mr*. ,University to Join the party I.April I accompanied by Fred of Auburn, N. Y, bouse guest '
B. D. Fulton of Stuart,, motored I Last Saturday night Frances Maddox, also a student there, of his sister and brother-in-law, 'Not PlaA 1/ow( 1
to Bradehton Friday for two I tee and Ruhl Jr, honored their I who will be a guest In the borne Mr. and Mrs;W H. L'nnard of Why to Buy F
day*.as guests of their ulster. );guests with an informal dance ot her parents, Mr and Mrs E:. Walton) with Mrs Lennard. vis-. a
Miss Jessie Miller Joining th-m at Indian Hills Oolf and Country I R Eimey!; in Walton bed at the home of Mr Barbara
on return trip was Angus Miller. Club Among the assemblage of. For the Easter week end. Mr. Person IB Eden Sunday theA /no*
their brother, who ha been!4(1( young people wire Harriet and$ Mrs T M. Deal of Ankona tored W Stuart to call on Mrs,
pending a number of weeks/ on Bangle, and Jean Sloan who had a> house guest Deal sons F R Morton who la Ill.In Martin' I Waterfront/Homesite
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FLORIDA In Tropical Farms 1 the El kins home. Games were CHRISTOPHER HAS the Navy, He I* married and ;'; K
SOCIAL NEWS TAT OF played and then frankfurter, POLICE EXPERIENCE: has twin sons,
cake and cokes were served to '

nnnntniHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii I I I ( I IIII III I Hull I III Ill Iltl MRS.GREENLEESFETES Velma Savage Thelma Bishop i C. A. Christopher, owner 'of
Bobby and Tea Bishop, Faye
Club Members June Reddish, Jean Wright, Pat., Christopher Electric Shop here l'
Woman of 4 and! .Jean Van de Water, Basso and chief operator at the Lyric I

BRIDGE Elklns, Joe Tlce, Sam Whittle Theatre who 1 is running for eon- wed r + i
to Meet Here Bill Chase, Jim Homan, Fred stable !in the primary, has beena ; ,
April 14SitnOMar 5.1
Counties Meyers Marjorie Parsons, Julla, I I Ir

.- CLUB THURSDAY Jamison Mrs. Jack, Charles Sutton,Ball Lamar Mr.How.and $ resident year. of He Stuart came for to the Florida past "P'!:. r :

federation." the county, Instead from Pennsylvania 14 years ago. ., I
of once a yea ard, John Oadd PriscUla Hiers, .
noun of membert' of the as heretofore. This will be th ee By MRS JOSEPH SAWTELt Sara Lou Roth, Bruce Beatty, For 8 year he was a member t ;, RasaraACrs ,
woman'* Club of fOu({ count !t.wm first meeting of the year. Acor.dlt
meet and hold a luncheon Mrs Stanley Kltchlng,, vicepresident. H a1th Ceptrtrnn Mrs Hobson Reddish wa 'host- Wall, J, B. Prult, Bernard Johnson police departmentand d ; :
at the Stuart Woman'* Is chairman. served for two year a* ,
meeting Th est at atv Easter egg hunt at her James AUman, Evelyn Terry ';11'
seargent of at r
at noon AprU 14. The or- luncheon is. by reservation police Banana I
Club Only Jan Baldwin, Donald Terry I" "
home near the locks. Games River A World War I TAX AND TI '! ,
mnliatloa It composed Of mem- and members are requested i to Without Accr. dlt.i i Jean Dare and ,Arthur Hen- veteran, NIYLITIOATI 1\,\! I'\t t
he served 22 i'ascsow
pars of St. Lucie, Indian. River, make them With Mrs. Kltchln, were played before the hunt after month overseas In !J r : i ':;
Okwcbobe! and Martin Counjilei at $1 a person. An Interestlm H.t1th Deptrtwantt' which all the children were Phares Haldeman of Willow TrILi ones ANca v l', o'FLO

u won decided ,tn Fort program, has been planned, lined up and taken to a spot in Grove, Pa., is visiting at the Bill and Fred, were Tuesday '1 ,t!
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Pierce! to meet I, Senator Evans"Crary will spec k }/ the woods near the house where home of Mr, and Mrs. V, Bren- hors of Mrs. Joe Sawtell.Mr. VI.a.1 ::1
four times a year once In each on "Ed catlon. and Mrs. R. E. Smith ; ; f.
nan. Haldeman la recovering ABET ACT CO.
---- --- ------ --- -- ,188 eggs were hidden. Teddy : ,
---- -- tLuf1 from an operation and son, Larry, Mr, and Mrs. Ed a ....
Simmons won the prize for flndIPK says
daughter, Cookie of JO aCNNRDY.
./ the most Joe Saw :lI found "there la no place like Florida. ./ jI '
/18 Youngsters/ PARTY MONDAYHONORS 1" 'i HJ returned home for one week were Sunday dinner guest of aT AR FLORIDA ,
< ',, : ,' the prize egg. All prizes were then Mr, and Mrs. Jlmm Rider. Doll I ,)I' i
came right back and sgoing' :
: Easter candy Those enjoying
: is with the American Telephone "
Attend Easter \' the hunt were Louise and Teddy to make Stuart his permanent Company: Miami. 1
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H TRIO Simmons, Roger Burton Laur home Tommy Hogarth returned to ,1Lt., I\ I,, .
., I ence Durrance Egatha Lee Willie Mr. and Mr Bobby Johnson Gainesville Sunday after spending (
Fete Saturday ,', ':'" \ : j Pearl and Freddie Joe Wall, of Salerno were the Sunday dint the"week end wIth his mother I' 'jf,
,. "1f "" Eddie Williams, John and Joe ner guest of Mrs. Johnson's Mr*. Alfreda\ Hogarth., :,
Mrs. Earl: J. Rlcou entertalne ''iiI, ,. / Sawtell, Dlan Rider, and Dean mother and father Mr and Mrs.H. Hugh Coultls, who has been : kt,I I'hi'' ,"
Monday evening at het home /. and Dale Motes W, Simmons f I ..
Every; Barter season 'for sev In The mothersthat visiting at the home of Mr, and ,I' f, ,
teal read Mrs. Iran Taylor has Eldorado Heights honoring Mrs. 1" ',': \ I.. were there were Mrs, James A group of young folks met Mr. Robert McPherson for four I

thrown open her home and bean H. R Steffens. Mrs. Curtis Whit 1't'lMt.| mnttlw Slate Ilounl tit Health else, only five coon Rider from her'sister, Mrs. Bishop at the sand pit Saturday evening days left for his home III Lot I
lear and Mrs. Erwin Delray Beach, and Mrs. Joe for a barbeque. Barbequed ribs, : Angeles
Johnwlck:, tie iii1
this State
arc wltlunt avcretlited health -
tilul riverfront/ garden to the drnartmentj.: These Sa Y'tell.
The Easter motif was used 1 n five ? potato salad, buns and coffee J Mr. and Mrs: V. Brennan and
children of the neighborhood th* decorations and for the re- imlude MARTIN., St. Johns, f Ilc-rnuiKlo." Lee end Collier, Fro. Mrs. Charles Oreenlees entertained were served to Thelma, Ted and Mrs Clara Brennan were visitors

and heir friends ard mothers. freshment. Mr, Paul Horn tinged eflorti to aojuire olle in Martin Oxinty lust year were bulled the Ace High Club at her Bobby Bishop, Haywood Hol- of Mr. Hubert Once
for an raster party and egg hel furnished the flowers by tliej Gxmty 0ommlMkm whk'h. however, agreed to'""" 'K1sld"rtlae home Thursday afternoon The man, Harris and Bobby Wall, in West'p"jm Beadi Tuesday,
hunt This year was no exception An Interesting game question r...<]iiest whob iu new budget is drawn dp' next July house and tables were decorated Janle and Isaac Elklns, Jean and Holman Wall returned home f
and about 18 youngster nalre was conducted by Mrs J J' _, with spring flowers. Mr. L. E.: Pat Van de Water, Velma fiau- Friday from a week's business in
lathered there Saturday after E. Brock, first prize being I awarded Ashley won high wore prize, vage, Fay June Reddish, Mr. and Miami.
won. Each child was given a to Miss Myrtle Dyer and con Borden Firm .Spent $5,341,988 Mrs Roger Spicer low and Mrs Mra. 'Jack Button Wilma'' Sim. Mrs C. R. Oreenlees enter 1
basket tn which he found a solatlon to Mrs Lucills Cromer J. A.Algler a guest prl:**. Others mono and LaMar PrevailMr. tained with a luncheon Saturday

parry favor and Into which It. A feature of much mirth In attending were Mrs. Evans Cra and Mrs. Jim Rider entertained for her house guest, Mrs.J. '
put the egg found In the egg which Mother NaLure.was ex., In Florida During Past Year ry Mrs. Webster Ordway Mrs with a frankfurter roastat A. Algler. Those Invited were
bunt The eggs had previously empllfled In all her glory was Boyne McPherson, Mrs E. A.UpnnlnffAp their Pricks home Saturday Mrs George j. Backus, Mrs E.: J. t'Outbo
been dyed bJlOIn. ot the'thlldree i the use of backyard garden ma. and Uya- J M T.r.roll evening. Those enjoying the affair Smith, Mrs. Charles Arbogast Jo neon '

tor the children themselves tertals. for spring hats. The' Payments'and purchase made housewives, French pointed out. Refreshment were served. wre Mr and Mrs. J. F. and Mrs. Joe S. Oreenlees. d Motors'i
help to plan these parties. Sally I creation by Mrs. Stanley Smith by the Border! Company in Florida The local shark fishery, Mr I Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pytat Bishop of Delray Beach,, Miss Mr. and Mr*. John F, Bishopof i
Ann Backu won the big'>t choco- who wore a lovely East basket ,'I during 1947 totaled $5,341- French said,, landed 20 per cent Jesup Oa.., were visitor of Mr.' Edith Matthews of Stuart and Delray Beach were the weekend UER 'it
Ute ega' which was the prise, of rlowl'r*'amon,: candy, chickens' i 8M. it was reported, here Mon- more sharks last year than In I and Mrs. Hobson Reddish Satur Harry Marden, Jr., of Miami visitors of Mrs. Bishop' sister SALES c SERVICE t' '
Games were played on the lawn, and eggs was judged the ,day.Robert any previous year since the Industry day Mrs. E. A. Menninger and and brother ln-law, Mr.. and 09 Dixie
followed br Ice cream cake and I prettiest. She and Mrs Paul I M. French, president began--and 1947 was also Mr. and Mrs. I. Outherie of daughter, Mrs. J. C. McCrocklin. I Mrs. Jim Rider. 1
taster cookies. I Hoenshel drew for the prize. i and general manager of Shark the best year from a sales stand Pahokee were Sunday visitors 6f J r? of St. Petersburg were Sun
Children at the patty were Jo The hostess served! \ delicious .Industries plant here, said this point. Total sal of shark products !. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wall. I day visitors of Mrs Charles R. ',
Karl and Marjorie Ashley, Lee bl '.lIest salad with landwtch I.total represented the money paid by Shark Industries Division I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boone of Oreenlees :
and Jean Brock Johnnie Row. 1 fee and fruit juicer to 17 guest fishermen for sharks and bait,: of The Borden Co. approached I. Port Mayaca were Sunday visitors Ernest Sindqulst, brother of I FEET/ON/ I! I H4 i i
ell, "Bonn," Chason, Tommy, farmers for milk and other SUD- : $300,000; cash expenditures of Mr. and Mrs. H W. Simmons Mrs Bob Brown, and friend 170 1 "J'
Carol Ann; and "Skipper" Smith, MRS. fRED HALL HOSTESS plies, to employee for wag' and i In Martin County for payrolls, i Boone reports his son, from Wansan, Wlsn are touring !
Florence and Kenneth Stlmmel. AT EASTER LAWN FETE commission and to State and payment to fishermen for sharks, Leon, whq used to live, here, Florida this week. They will
Jr. Jinny Gardner, Alison Era Mr. Fred L. Hall was hotter: municipal'' Governments for \livers, fins and bait, plus ,expenditures I has a fine job at the air baseIn visit In Key West, the Bok Tower ,:, II :' HII
tine, "Sandy Steelman, Jacqueline at an Easter: party tor her tough. taxes and assessment for supplies and Elizabeth City, N. C., and Mrs.' and Bradenton before returning FOURTH STREET B LEVARD ji
Coleman, James Pegram and tr. Susan Hall, at he*horn on In addition, French said the equipment ''came close to the I Boone is recovered from rheumatic to Stuart. '
Sally Ann Backus. Mothers present Osceola Ave. Saturday after Borden Company completed IU49th \ $250,000 mark.Interesting fever "' .1
were Mrs. C. R. Ashley Mrs noon. Ouestf" were members of consecutive year of unln- angle: the Martin Dale Motes eldest son ot Mr, Mrs. Argoyle' .Better and 1 '
feme Brock Mrs. Stanley the beginner and primary classes erupted quarterly dividend payment County shark fishery shipped and Mrs, Hobson Reddish attended Louisville daughter Barbara, returned to. (average depth 19Cf,feet) ;t i Ij. f :
Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Stimme l, of the, Presbyterian Sunday to stockholders. Participating more than $500,000''worth of the Boy Scout camping Sunday after spending
Mrs Ralph Pearson, Mrs. Mar School\ and Susan's little friends / in this profU\-\ arlng, shark'producta to California In :trip at Spruce Bluff Friday. Arnold a week with Mrs. Beeler'amother Property flanked by two 80't paved streets. "F' j ; i .1
caret toklne.: Mrs. George Steel. Forty children enjoyed hunting mounting to $2. 5 a share were the year. Bauer Is the Scoutmaster. and sister, Mrs. E. A. Two miles from poA office. I

nan/ Mrs. Joseph Backus and\ for eggs on the lawn. Refresh 876 stockholders who reside in Main product of the local,fishery Mrs. Ila McDougal of Birming Fuge and Mrs. Alfreda HogarthMr. ., Price $15 per front foot ofi Fourth Street ,
Mm. Karl Krueger menu of Ice cream and frosted< this State. The largest single is shark liver oil usddtofortify ham will arrive Tuesday to visit I and Mrs. Elmer McGee andthildren I
cookies: were served on the ter group of .new stockholders are anima\ foods. her daughter and son-in-law, Betty Jean and Elmer. 3 .
GIRL SCOUTS PLAN race. Favors'wer little rabbit __-_ Mr. and Mrs V. $!rennan, for Jr, of Stuart and Mrs. R.i. '
MOTHER.DAUCHTERBANQUET basket* flU!d>Ua ,Easter,cand two weeks Scurry and 'daughter Joyce, See Edwin A. MerAinger, Sr. i i. I.
MAY 14' ItK: Mothets present were'Mrs 3 Political Expense Accounts Miss Wilma Simmons and I were Sunday visitor of :Mr. and I ,
; BokerWELCOME l''
Price French" Mrs. Theodore Janle Eklns) entertained a group Mrs. H. W. Simmons. or your own I'

Flans were made at the :March Huff Mrs. J. C., Backus, Mrs. E,' of.their friends:. "Friday!:, .night. at '_.Mrs. ,_Ralph I _Merritt:' _and:! _.eons : J r I
!1 meeting of the Girl! Scouts M. Higbee Mrs E. A. M.-nnlnger Must Be' Filed During ,
and May 14 set as the. date for Jr., Mr*. James pegram, Mrl. I
\the annual Mother and Daughter Phil Pence, Mrs. Lee Higbee Mra. ---.- I

banquet to be given at the C. M. Fogt Mrs. C. A. Fogt and I Candidates with opposition for county May 4 were advised today 1

Woman" Club at 8:30: p.m. Corn Mrs Edwin B. Wiley. county offices 'subject to the by County Judge A. R. Clonts' a' \ t tI
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PUtU-e appointed were: decontlons -: May primaries must file their member of the local canvassing { I
Joel Wallace son'of Mrs. Mona
Martha Pegram.' Belay I lint expense account not earlier board, that they can receive absentee ) '
Wallace of Krueger Park, cele
Barr Jane Morrison and Valerti than'' April) 4 nor later than ballots at his of lies ,between .
Rains; service: Zola Mae Blake ar"WI1: birthday Part with a AprU ( with County Clerk J. R. April 19 and AprU 30.t inclusive.
test Carol Chason, Joan party Tuesday ,
Wiley Pomeroy it was announced here '
Nancy Lukens and Mary' L. afternoon with 22 childrenpresent this SPORTSMAN PILOUS
week. Unopposed Candidates Any voter who I s out of the I
Campbell; hostesses; Nancy i Mrs. Lena McCIue, need not ,file county but in Florida on election
Mallon and Carol Chaser; entertalninent ireil-grandmother of Joel ab Pomeroy saId: day may vote by going, to any /
: Georgia Evans and it\ nded.! Tommy Halbeck and Second
expense polling place and presenting hi*
Patricia tickle.Owl' Jackie Thorn won the\ game' tie filed with Pomeroy registration. HJ] t t 1 t

Patrol officers elect** irises.. than April 22'nor aJ.WIv.Of. a ballot, and can I
were Georgia Evans, chairman;; e AprU 26, and a third must. be write-in the local candidates LT
Zola Mae BlakeiUe, scribe; Bette Presbyterian Women's Association filed by June 4.
namea under the offices designated !
Green, treasurer Red Birds will meet Tuesday at 2:30: I Pomexoy also explained allocation on that ballot. Buy -Build L
Patrol elected Mary L. Campbell, p.m with Mrs. Lilly Wily at the of filing tees which this Any registered voter In the II w g gI
chairman: and Valeria r Rains, home of Mr*. Fred Hall on <>actola year amounted to $2.793.84. Two armed services or merchant marine s

scribe. Ave lltns of this .",OWlt. ur $1,- can receive 'a ballot and '
The Owl Patrol held a picnic: -e *17.54, went to the county executive vote" by mall by writing the I IN THI3UIOST FAVORE SECTION I ) '
and Carter Ernie Rlcou returned to Barry
egg hunt at their committee and the other Secretary of State or his county
tent site on the St. Lode River College, Miami, alter spending hrre-Bfths, or $1.818.30 was de- Judge.
Saturday The girls. cooked hamburgers Easter week end with her parents posited In, the count,'* general OFTROTICAL SOUT # LORIDA f
on tramp gloves and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Rlcou., und. : orrict CANDIDATES .
upper Baas served on the beach e Only It daYs remained today .GOVERNOR Colin KMlUk r. 0.Btnwrr Akin, RKh.rrf M.rf..Cmp.ft. riil.R
Present were Bette Green, Carol Da flop Mlnnehan returned In which residents may register Bull P IUU. DM M.Cutr. W.A.Shui.
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} Tom Wesson Suitor" Wurm
Chsson, Patricia Dickie, Joan Monday to St Leo COllege.Pre. fat the primary balloting. Books (DMiomti .d B..t L. ".... t u4 +
Wiley and Betsy Barr. Bette paratory! School following his at Supervisor Mr. J. P. Slakes- John dwdlll
Green '. grandmother; Mrs. spring vacation with his par. lee will close at 6 p.m. at the A.SAIINOADCOMeIueloNeel M.ek. R. A. G_. rid). H. ,.Rickird...... Nowhere else will yoiMindFSUch a combination of i '
Helen Wlemuth. was a guest cotta! Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mlnne- court house that day Persona COHHIS8IOMER or AGRirULTUHIKnd
Assisting the leader Mr 3 tan of St. Lucle Estates. who registered between the "lthM H.'re a Ammo* MtCklla. '
Boron was Mr*. Earl Oreen. -e ''and general) election! lit I ,., Rl.*.... aryl.,.. P. C! Mrs. Winona Durkln, Mrs. Hu.h L. MrArthuf.STATI
1946 are advised to Inform Mrs.
STIDEfrrs TO HAVE: Ethel Colllas and her son, attorney laksslee' of party a/flliaUon in Ta,... D. ltall,.. a.",." D. Ooltor mdUn and./CQfcean Beach

SPRING VACATIONS Ernest''Collins\ and :Miss order to be eligible for. the 148 .C. M.r.h.11.COMPTROLLlHl.E Hrli T_..:0 X: .. I '
Spring vacation at.the tfal Olady Morse, all of Perry, left primaries. ] G., .". H. A. ....
ItSl.f? FlOrida' beginning :.March 24 after a week with theirbrother's Voters who will be out ot the cJ.t.AIIUltlall, *. urn* :.< a. T, j t
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will extend through AprU family, Mr. and Mrs. --- ----- -- -
11 and J. C. Morse of Tropical Farina +
brIne home
a number MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiObituaries
UI O'lian ..:. Vic Vet Study the the frnt off
Ihort Visit young at home.people! for Among the The R. E. Bi'ardale,. of Demit lOFAOOBESS manjf Dn< t page Today's I I

those having vacation' brought to a doss their which Hffw the the atvroved ;,
11m. an Bill Oughteraon,at Winkle this winter' sojourn at their part-' MRS.1uINIiIs'Ilullmsntmu5umlll t R.' I r.I SCHNOKFF if lllllll) IFItURERECENINGVLTERANLBENEFIISREtOQ1AMY paper, route pf 3 I

Saunders mouton the Jones estate In Port ,
Slorer of Indtantown. Dearer Mrs. Roy P. Schnoff, (9, ali- /TIANGE !.000,000 bridge
Bewail when they left Tuesday 1'H
Dick Robert. "
Herbert ter of Mr*. T. J. F. Kennedy of IMMEO
SUdhOfr for Northern home.
8. jr, palmcity, Dennis East: 4th St, died March 23 at TO TVEVA RE6IONALHANOUNdYOUR 0
HlidIolI" v
". and< JPhn'prtet her home In Nevada, Mo., Burial e
man Miss Jane Fetsner of Jensen %
was In Nevada last Thursday.Mrs. .
Evans crary, Jr. who! paid Beach and Mrs P. B. Maths and .
Senator visit to hi* parents.!a.. ton Claude, of Vero Beach were ter had fichnorff, visited, with hire her with daugh-the 4 e t .-. Get our free colore f map of the St. Lucie a I is River Region o i il

nd Mr*. Evan Cra!').' Sunday dinner guilt of Mr. and Kennedys, I' a
on taster Day expects to return Mr*. Robert Peck in St. Lucle %- "
w Inlet Farm*. orIE .
his roommate vacation bringing LOZd ALONZO KELtERAlonso t rt
David Unler of Keller ,,0, father of l
Aron Park, as his guest Buddy VETS' ONTHEFARMTRAINING John W, Keller of Stuart, died ''I"a US IMMEDIATELY FOR I
27 to expected to arrive from AVAILABLE ftr .. prolonged Illness at 10
School In Jacksonville t0morrow -; a.m. Tuesday Greenwood City
; ills. vacation extends 10 Veteran of World War )I are Hospital in Greenwood, S. C. I Lf
April 11'. I eligible for an on-Ui-farra Burial was expected to be ached- LOTS-RiR FRONT-QCEm FRONT

training program gotten underway \\lIed today In Greenwood.
bar and Mr. Henry Beckman in Martin County this) week Keller, informed by winof 1 L
and Beckman".son Henry Jr. anpl M*. In which any veteran Interested his low lift at noon Tuesday Values! Increase when the bridge tire' \tilt '
w mother and twin a.*. In leaning farming and ranching fill' Greenwood and expected to fill t
Mr* Stuart and Mr*. ThornBni will be entitled to a monthly return early next week Other _
*?* ">ed to. allowance from Veteran Administration. daughter
,.. their urvlvors\ are Keller1 widow: a Laura, all of
in Birmingham Vfter YII.l While: amlnl.I two sons, Marvin A. and Thomas /eenwood.W1VO .
ItJnc A wart With Mr. and W- Interested persons should contact THEODORE DEHON &

Bewails Walter Bailey'11 Palm Ridge on ,I either C W. Long at Martin AND MOTHiaS Of DWNKIN3 MIM ONw
Point County High School or Harrl R.
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..e.... .Lowery, Jr, veteran service officer MIMALCOHOLISM ,
ujriflark Wilcox and Mr and : in the Oughtenon Bldg. Realtors ..I x'
lIra: Moon of Eastman,*Oa, Guy T. Boyd has been accepted I-.I Tes4' w t oar Dee HOSPITAL Web Of ............ --I Dehon Bldg Phone 8'1

Kr.'or, a few daya.vlyaung by VA as instructor a* soon a* a .
Writ PW
Mr,.and and ..>... Harrta Lowery and minimum of IQ vets are signed 210 c.NI A_ Pa, 6 f"St.. Paesesbaq. fie
Mrs. p I
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[L WELCOME, SPORTSMAN PILOTS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruhnk
I formerly of Miami Have taken Association
over operation of K.n I'e t hWrtIlM' Welcome Sportsman
f photo hop on Osceola ,

PACE HOMEFOISALE I GIVEN EASTER Ave, A :veteran of If year in .

the photographic field' Ruhnk
CUD I laid h, plans to Increase the

ATVA BIRTHDAY PARTY shop photography equipmentand ,
feature taking of portrait / '.

ipadPalm Born In New Jersey,Ruhnke,too
I Mrs Andrew'Lester entertain .
over officially on :March 1J although
withifacllH ed at Easter t birthday party,
an \ '
Wright has remain 1 1r
In center of tow /on two corner lots,,, Electrically I tor her daughter, Sharon. In temporarily, in a helping capacIty ::1,:' ia /
ably honor ot her 4th birthday. The .
iea+lt equipped and furnished completely. Consists of children enjoyed. an egg hunt
after which they entertains
large living roJm, kitchen, two bedrooms,, bath and themselves IOn the-.lawn and In Linn was on "The Lord Is Risen
the playground. The centerpiece Indeed." Mrs. English and Mrs
large closetsBuilt two years ago. A good buy at i was a cake shaped like an Emedburg-teacher of the A'W

$7,500.00EDWARD taster egg with white icing,pink school, had an Easter egg hunt t
I and yellow rosebuds and Happy for' the children Friday afternoon U. S. AT THE ST. LUCIE RIVER .
Birthday written on It. The ''I
3H I favor for the girls: were Easter Mr and Mrs D. H. Davis ot
eggs with faces painted on them, Fort Lauderdale visited with Jerry SmithAND
MAPPREALTOR I and crocheted hat with veils: Mrs. Joyce Davis and Mr. and "
E I the boys' favors were 'Easter Mrs C. A. St. Onge Sunday, \
egg with painted face with Mrs Donald Coleman and son, ,
I bunny' ears After opening ot! Rocky, have arrived,from Berwick

I Phone 19, V P. O, Arcade P. O Box 35 II gifts, refreshments of Ice cream Pa.. for an extended visit '
served to Bonnie ,
and cake were with her parents, Mr, and Mrs Crew
Sue Patterson! Fanny and Johnny Marvin Crowe. : :The.Li z h house
e I DuBois, Janet Seabrook, ''Mrs. Virginia Bowden left : '
Margo Avertll, Ronny Shannon, Sunday for her home In Mlclvgarr '" "J "
Kenny English, Jackie Davis, after spending the> winter : 'IL\ I' \ .
Gene Griffin, Artie Ondlsh, with her daughter ,Mrs. C. A. '' .
"I Nancy Pullum, Richie McGee, Et Onge and son Alvin, :' ::I ..\,. ,' WILL{ BK AT YOUR SERVICE ."
WELCOME, SPORTSMAN PILOTSRIVER Rita and Johnnie Ortega Kathie Miss Diane Ortega spent the .'/:," .
and Sally faulk, Lois Black, week end with her parents, Mr, If I ',"" '
Jackie Qlrfflth, David and Ann and Mrs John Ortega Diane < ,'()(.1,' "
Chambers, R o c k I I. Coleman, It a student at Rosarlan Academy ,
Freddie Brqwnlee, Laura Gettus, West Palm Beach. i ii\ '
ONTLOS' Douglas,Scotty and David Heck,:' Mrs James Heck: and sans, ; : ::? : THE LIGHTHOUSE SAILFISH FLEET ;

Dee Dee Lester, Mrs Patterson, Douglas, Scotty and David and ',,' ': ''I '.' "
Mrs. Nell DuBois. Mrs Hayman,
Mrs. Douglas Atkinson spent .
I I Mfs Jessie Griffin, Mrs Andrew week end with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ,,:, Phone 228 for the, finest in Boats, Captains and.
Ondlch. Mrs. Harry Pullum, Mrs Lester. : ; :
Equipment .
t John Ortega, Mrs. Faulk, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Edward Antis I
Griffith, Mrs. Ted Chambers, and children or West Palm ,
i Mrs Donald Coleman, Mrs each visited friends and, relatives .
I James Heck Mrs Douglas Atkinson here March' 17
and Mrs.Dick Singer Mr and Mrs. George Brownies!
Miss Daphne Lynn, Jupiter and children visited March 21
1 Island[ visited Sunday afternoonwith with Mr*. 0, D Quigley at Salerno .- M" THE LIGHT OUSE RESTAURANT
Have of the fm -homente innhis section Mrs Jessie Griffin '
tome *t for
Mrs J t Parramore Mulberry Thomas Brodrick has returned }
City, and Mrs Miller and to Charleston ', Offering You the BeKcacies of the Seven! Seas Prepared "'
ale These lots are located in Stua t, Port S'wall, from a business\! trip ,.'
son of pade City and two niece \ a. C. .
Srwall'' Point and north of Jensen from Vero'Beach 'visited Sunday Mrs Jessie! Arnold entertained\ .: J; by Master Chefs . ;,,
with Mr, and Mrs William KIng. aU the girls from school at her
An Easter egg hunt was held home March 10 In honor of her
ifter Sunday School Sunday for daughter Juanlta 9th birthday .
I the children of the beginnersand The girls played games for many
EDWARDRealtor MAPP primary classes There wasa irlzes. Favors were candy andartcolored '
record attendance of 79 at 1 balloons Ice, cream ,. THE SAILFI H COCKTAIL' LOUNGE ,
Sunday School. There was also and cake were served
I a large attendance at the Sun;" Mr, William King and Mrs
day evening service The churchwas Pan Shaw spent Thursday in Where Sportsmef gather for their favorite ''mixed
decorated with palms, Easter Okeechobee) ,
Phone 19 O Arcade lilies and cut flowers Easter The Rev. and Mrs. Alexander, drinks.. ,
hymns were sung and the choir Linn have>! returned from a visit j a
sang "The Lord la Risen The with their daughter, Jane., in]
sermon by the Rev Alexander MlamL !

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Thursday by W A. (BUD Shands NoTlcgoriNTENTonToagAisTER, :
FOR SALE Trail sleep 4. CSCT1'LbOUk NAMI I I
1947-tOA ml. Dial Anna *1', candidate for: governor, has been ! m[ RULES UPHELD NEW APPROACH cancelled Shands will speak, 50 ib,0n .5 C0p', t. Zl
Bottle gas, cooklni I heating APRIL.I te t. 1941 here at a later date .accordingto 7., 10505, "tr of 5'huld Y I And .4 '
Nicely' decorated nick Robe, v .list ,lit .5.I o with .ins CI.cl;; of the ;.4'
STUART FLA Grover King his local campaign ... .
Hibiscus Dulex. e'lo'ult Cau.'t ;,4. MunIT' 5.100" ", e. I
Drive, Ocean 51opdn. apof. '''est of ......t of .uh- t

Brees Park, Janfn. U..l The first attempt to amend Title of Exhibit,___... _i*.-_ .,_ :",__' _".'_"-'_ '__" Urge 'Let'sip Red Cross -manager- II...:. of ? ...\*. "..iU..... '

O&DU'I- FItEi-: : ;; ft the zoning resolution unanimously CLASS: OIL Water. Color._ Pastel.:, Black It WhlU,.., Photography Strong" In World LEG1SLATLKE: SHIFT ASKED ChICK ea'It 00745 UCTIOI4 OwPANY I ,' ij' .
riB WORD it, sawdust .. ,. .:.,.... ,: :
TlSI$ Ie \ adopted by Island Others Today n.e. .ooo I i .a. 5 0..4 f
Jupiter 1, "Nine
Gainesville April
180 FOB 17&DS shavings, ecr strips, C. It.ohe 0v to'inoIo pbooe hoofu I '
y, MINIMUM!\ residents teen cent of the Florida OaavL 5.04,. C. ''is' ,1:, shot .I t : ; I
; Ie FIR WORD CAPI..us. W Cuthbert, SaJlWUI. north more than two years. Artists Name ..,...,.4. ,__..._..._._? .__..,.,..__.4 ......___.**.:-.:..._ Shaping I itself to> the "feel oi,r eon.'I.t.......... .In l 10 bo'A'to'o. I. PhIl ,. ),I' .' ,
M1N1MVM SIC FOB 11'oIDS Stuart, *. Apr. 1,I, IS ago met with stonewall resistance the nation," National Red Cross! population elects a majority j inthe 0.... of 5t.f.. F'o' ,'I to od th.. Ibm r '

and defeat at public Address ..,...__ ..-.. __._*.* ...__....'.,.--.....,.-_".'. ,."_. '-__._*. ...'. headquarten. has notified the' State Senate and 20 per centof ::..::}..., pome,. ,ofotnd 1% .nbd ",i:< : I II '
I OR SALE:-1600 ft. the elect \ ,
; Speed- people ft majority I
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IHII"U'"' hearing In a special session of local office "recent event make, Poll P\lNCL; ,
1iHIIIlIIUUIMeePAITMENTS FOR RENTIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIUIIIIYIIUIIIfUIIU"IIIII' boat, U Ia.,. For Motor: Full the County Commission at th* Sale Price t. State if exhibit la not for sale tMceisary new approach to), of the State House" J. E.: Dovell) eth., "or, U'_55, Js 1, 5, 1545 "t, '*t 1 rLECAI. '

conversions.In Sol Woodwork.Motor court house yesterday afternoon. (TO BE RETAINED: BY ARTS GUILD) funds campaign"The writes Florida in the current University : ADVElt EMENT ,< J )"$.: i iIN I
good C' idltion Catt: The effort te revise three sections new slogan Is: "Keep Your, of economic leaflet series "

18W or 305 p. Box (54. tf of the code was broughtby CONDITIONS Red Cross Ready. As the voluntary -, I pointing to the need for reapportionment I rHc COUNTY JlJp< 'S COURT OF 111f I' 4 ,

FOR-SALE------ One- I-burner Florence R. C. Alley. West Palm Bea'chattor The Martin County Fine Arts Guild; Inc:. shall not be' responsible Auxiliary to the armed of the Leglala-", MARTIN FLORIDA COUNTY, Ii fl OF I E,551.5( .,

ell ranieif Phone 44.W, l. representing Eugene A. for loss or damage, no matfr how the same may be force!. aa the nation agency': ture IN StItlAKI' ) 01'71St SALTL 11Sf III 051 C )\ : "
Golden Gate jff 1,8 Smith and Elaine Webb owners caused, the responsibility. therefore resting solely with owner, and for disaster relief I.n keep the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ...... t '

of Lots 120 and 121 on the Island this exhibit Is submitted and received subject to this condition Red Cross strong" NoTICt TO CS ITORS ,
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IN TH8 CIRCUIT" COUHT OF THE Ad son-st.,. .4 tOo K of wlahoe, I \ ,
FOR SALE.-BO* ,Bicycle 26", Smith ,and Webbs proposition which, is hereby accepted W. W. Jefferson, manager of'" NINTH JUDICIAL ClaW? or Tao N. H.I.", _...d, or' ...h, .mltd ;,
111 Columbia butt Practically was to subdivide their Joti into t the Southeastern Area, Atlanta, STAr& OF FLORIDA IN AND roe .04 cq.lt'od, 5o I 500,10, 'IntO. 0. .... I J
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$451105 .d. c000 tIter 'e. 0a. 10.0 I Iofd
new perfect ftndltion. .42.01'1 )7 areas approximately 100 by Ten-per cent commission charged and deducted from all sales Hired the local office:, us cHAr4cEmY NO, 'nest o.lpc Lu thu Ott V..ty & i '
Phone ill, H Burkin, Sunrise 100 ft on each and details of "It It vital that chapters now, IIAIUI..t.1 w. 1-1 i'n ani., 1.4., ..5 74,01, Coo, ;U., t 400 : I ?
Shipping charges or delivery ot exhibits are the responsibility of pIwtle.5 00,10,00 .1 ...., FOodo. ,,Ithlt. 1 I I )
Inn, the proposed change In the code o..r minimum goal continue .I.M u) ..'..d., rn., h. fme Ito. dot. I Ir..t I ,'
were brought out. However the artist Fill in all spaces completely. Mall or deliver entry campaign for maximum over WII.t.lAN ;1.7 LrTTTLt( 0. root ,S (" noti0. i.", '
FOR SALE'TEB PIPE _I blank to NELLIE: PEZZONI SANTOS ANTIQUE SHOP OUQHTER- 0,40,4.flt. .ini. ., '::::: :.sob t. ,I. oo'bt. '4 j '
COURAgTMN'rs spokesmen 'fIt the )large subscription and chapters '
AT \NTlC assemblage NOlV'E TO APPEAR I I.. aud .td alnt.. I .. of ... "_ I ,l I '
.Mostly full Hth. /. In. lOc SON BLDCU STUART iLk Not later than April S. This blank ,, ..., .. ...., ,
of residents present still short of goals redouble efforts S I He 0' n. .5 rko4d 0,4 soot .. od' 0 ol thu .I..t' \
I per bolt; 1gee lOt per foot, Including T. is to be accompanied by $1. The Red Cross must 'be ... WILLIAM CAMs I.ITTEII. U .od m.ut 0. ..." I. Sc .Iobt.0t \" 'J 1 1hI. t t1 t
FLORIDA attorney T. Ough- bme.b5nd
STIMT Ed toe 48.h ittc.I.. .0 yOk N. Y. most, no hiooo! or So ,l0 bc. .
pirated. Fully Equipped innlnger, I' larson and George C. St. John ready." to. u.'s. h..h "UflNl$ to 097051 Oft ,. .., "
(ly (17 II i tin Road -. hn or M., A, ,' 0. 1140 I. 'l \ '
Total raised far by Martin t sod tne p asic to LOS ThIS tIll dtr
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HoMep-l-plnl Apartments explained the present code has ; of '... :: 1JR'D i l' ,
.. {Signature Exhibitor ant .f ,I.I.' I. I t. shut .rI.ln OALTLIO L4 : .
Rate* Idlllilllllllllllltllllllll : the residents unanimous County Chapter III $6,120 with a ..... iOttOOod. t hi 1.1I. .1..1. react .f Aa Adltl I, '. .t 11,....e .,;;; 1 I' "' :;,. .
1.011 trimmer llllllllllllllllltl ,
goal of $8.800 th.. ltd judk-lal" '... oNlorlda' In and WA5cp l 44 .1 "" I
Open Illl Tear fcound FO t RENT i unqualified approval and v fe M>."n. 1,1, "ntf, ,no\ NARCELLH OUGHTS4RIIOH .1N't i" r ;, ; ;,
W J fAGIT. Mgr.Ttlphone any change would be decidedly ---HERE TONIGHT1" '" HULl, I ITTKI.L I It PU.lt\f' ad coo. K, 5. 7, 013' ;11140.00 I i I IPob
liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniuuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii.. addition WIUIAM AUAMM J.lTTt. : .... ILO.I Aat.,00. to S4ol,00.e.r.'
I15X unpopular In they ..d... ,hlrh, I. a at It "' dl.' .,... 1iI..h I APPaO.O, u. A. A, ''OU. '
FOE RENT- -room Duplex! Apt. argued that Webb bought the th. nHruatlon" t of \
111111111111I1 '1IIIIUJlJUIIIIJlIIlIllIIU, Large serened porch, fireplaceIn property after pasiage of th* Frances Langford's Father (I 0.nmpiilnM 0,11, bt .1 kotlwwM ,,, .0 ;,. '0u'd isILulit & ADYETISEMEIST ,''tf. I I'

1 1IIIUIIIIIIIIIII living Mom, kitchen eleetrUally resolution Feb. 27. X948 and Th. ",..or, N.... /II d '.*...d : .
F SALE e&loped twin bed*. questioned hu tardiness In objecting ,". ,0. q..IH". In w hLh 'h, 00(10. LEGAl", NOTICE ', '!" : '
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Not Impressed By Her Fame'' "' Ataou h.11 !I.t ehIlO'd v '
11111111111I11111/111111I11 j Inoulre I flrrnnan, 100 West' to It nearly two years. w, .kt.'f., '.,", '. ,, AND' A.li, INTEKI1HTt:1I: : 'ANT. I:1' ., ,
I th St, F Sway. ) 4 :WITNIlttl 1 : .:n..:; od :tt, ..1"I ...1 ; : r.
01 IPJIyou w like to 1 .--- -. -- after Into purchase, .,t"',. Pl.hi.. .. 'hi Iht ,.. ofM't E'::,. ."""t ..... 1044, 0. h0'l.... \
Alley struck at "reasonable" i. II clii 0. td to 10. CIte 11,11. .4 '
h" with .5 lose :
toy a iood-'l FOR. RENT Apartmentu,1n M. ,,, ,, ', ,. ; .' I
I toning regulations pt by the By. G. CARTER ''''l' < ,, 1,01)r ) 5t.'t / ) Cn-ot Flold. :I l :'I' I
Strlten Marine .
lriir large ', t26t. %me to raeue"j rates, 10 California Ave. county s police 'power alven' It Have you ever wondered how It would feel to Be the parent r: "lk ,). '" ".. "',"ltct. Mol u 'r I ..:lu.VIbo .1 8'u." 10 ...,.. ........t : '. I ;

'Ontu* anlask for by the State which might tend i of a celebrity? V. C. Langforcf a genial grey-halr-'d wan who \H r1(MM, ,J! I II' .WOOD i r.., g"R'tG:..:.:: 1)5c0 1 : )'

oil .usWill demon. FOR RCN'Ot- 'urnl h-dAPt; S to deprive Webb and Smith of : lives on SewalU Point can tell you for It his his daughter whose 'n ) M ) I 110. T.o.hli' lIon'h' of !to.... U I! '
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ilnleat _ rooms aid bath. Electrically their property" "without due process sultry, voice you hear on the radio when Frances Langford U \,", '", r 1 1'. ..d 1545. I ,I,. U:tN ileheu., ;94,. /I :(Sobs ; :' : -(
equipped (If early rate, reasonable of law and argued that the smile ft.. 11,.', 1 J,
ElArie Apt. liHnediate proposed subdividing would not announced And It Is his daughter provocative LEGAL ADVERT H .4' pro,-..., 10' II,rico.0. 10.1 sold { I I Ip :
SALE- range. hive see In combination with that famous andJllmlnll-1 -- .ty Ie of ,.od 1.,, T.lIo Coon. ,' ,' I If .
I Inneraprlib Metal bftitead mattress.ter ipriug*. ifc"' ..i or 304 tf also Impair scored health what'or he morals termed "the He you lee a movie featuring that star ADVUTISEMEN, I" J '"d. w,1I, /.EMiN"---1 I"::"T4I: ,;>; ,: .:;.:::::.r:':'<;:; 111: :\

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: FOR JtEHt): Floor' sanding mad Frances' dad Is much like other I t", 5v1 ", 04',. .ho.'d' uph.id. .1
I Frees nil... kome slie.f resolution Inconsistency and ''O".h <'."'P." '" II... SOlOING BOARIJ ,ti' ADJ"'STlUN't'" 4)4(
R t Kitchen dWI. edger. Reflnisa advised that' the present zoning dads proud of his child in the "I' w ',...4ar'd wlCh .hl.. 4 f'lIa Tail ctTY ,IF a.'fUART \ I
f'11 Ihese at Top i .. ... B. T J F KEONJIDY; ( ,I" : ,
flooh at reasonable eaten sort of 'a d.l R.d w.r t. ,
north of your rules I likely would be voided by usual inarticulate male HOUSE GROUP , 't
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0.. Phone at, Stuart Hardware ,a court of law should a test of way When we remarked that ,., I l I "......... ".. ;? :: :...k. I' Mm",, a i a .rprlfhi c': < ,F" 'I.
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Co., tl even parents of ordinary chil- hi "uth .1 .d Go.'I" I
them be made However. he explained : t.t S ,,,, ADVERTISEMENT )I. :
otol t ,0 it T.n.I lEGAL ,,4 14NOTCI II
01 SALE-1HI iftiue frailer, -- .-. his client were not contemplating dren are proud. of them, and asked APPROVES FUNDFORCANALJQB I,L': ..:.,:. t.g. 11 not, : :-i r
FOR REw Large storeroom en. ,, ;. ,, I
If it t rather terrific to ) 0 d tnoItlLOIo. \
Inyal a ft, bi% gas elee- Federal highway good loc*. a suit weren ''il. o" Ro.d St'LOtoot.t'o. ,. hi : OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION 'TO r.ClITU ,,; ,

tile brake Nels\Oelly. Juiit tion. Herb Rice Rice HoteL The board voted unanimously be the 'father of a famous person FULLER WARREN: ";, ,, ", 'I 14.to o.. b' .b....., 74.0.. 5 boa.p .',NAME tOut the ondot. 4 ''i I t' 4 I
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IL, new, Priced 001 $2,01.1 pMme 'H1. tf In favoT of upholding the resolution he smiled "I wouldn't know I Wnrren. faclwrnville Demotr ''"I'' '.1.):' "I',.:.r':,105.ClLLl 1.1r.i : chork for IT'' .Im.d' sd. II,.S'tcId.,o,4.bo, A'ta,, of of Chesloc 1551 4 '' I \
M Nelson, Rio the Stl X, That what Frances ls.-ush an tic cumliuite! for Governor will I "C b.' "' ltt hd, I. .miuirad for KrUtMMd r..t"'wjr". : to. vb..5. of 40.. CIII i ,1' I, :' I I
Lot*. FOR 1ENT:.Twa-room apartnentB ordinary person The famous hid and for tk. .ontrait prlr, c.... In .nd i.l ,55.rtIa C....,.. P0.4db" ,),1,1 "\ Ii7. 5
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speak' from the Riiilwav) Expressplitform 'l'od.ftO.oo.c.Votbldd. pa.d ,pou, ,, C ,4f7' .
electric refrigerator, MOSQUITO CONTROL part of it-that just happened III L ; ,, IHu I,ond wl k a twpuub:) thta wotleo,11.1I": fIptIboo' : In-cill' I I

) SALE Vsed %heeting, rfife. Summer rate Apply but she Is not changed In fact the Associated Press here at 8 tonight. HenjxAei ,,,,..d ." ....Ib''. iur. ,.r t<,niwnr !, Mipnr j. .lnk GUdlolua 0oo.ttindor ,.. b '
gaa SESSION:' HELD By lIft. .. ....II'i.... to do ....1... In. thiHurtiU .
Wool tits and lonfbls. See (one, could detect a well-con-' in.\10'1'11 Biach Fort Pierce\ whlrh" I wIll ....... In .kuilM t
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U Federal House Appropriations I.//I I
a Novelty Shop Washington-The I having., fny prinr.pal piano t of "...._ 4 f e i
Arthur Dehon, Deh<% BWg.Sturt High a,. 1,1 cealed note of pride creeping Committee Tuesday and tilectbdpfe eurlici trd! of Coontr. o...... ..' I In Stuart, Martin Loontj, fit,; lOut' 'f I '
Fla Phone John A Mulrennan, director Into his voice here once, earlyin ,...,. I tbo ,i.b'0 I u'I.rte..4 olbid. parly Intwntoa III (aid builn 1 ,a I I. c:1 1;'( ,
State approved an outlay ol Si,too- ., ., | "tat 'OI', of tko contract U oaB | U l..olOIu,5YkeId. and tkat. tkonLEGALADVERTISEMENT "
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1$,!%'prill Foi tVT-Beautiful furnish3 entomology florlda her career they said her name too for deepening and widening I '''d'''' d ,.." 0 ..n.1 ._. ... on .'h" pO1O, 'olOotOd. ill unId.. ,
-. Board of Health was elected In COUNTY TO SAVES135',4561 ,5..//1 I 51040,. ,
no.. S bedrooms I baths, was too long to go lights '
the St. Luck Canal In Florida I I. WALL. ChalmttQAL t
I A I THY bloonbg Aritan itre ttce and complete elecly president of Florida Antl- Moo.. Frances told them she was born The money was Included in I .ofl, or (''''',O' '......... .... P.O. lSvb 55 "" 1ICf.R) I 0, h. "ti1:: J.

Vwltts, bloom 1' 'montl* eut tric equipped kitchen Also squitoAssociation Wednesday) a'' Frances Langford and she Intended an appropriation bill sent to the I',,,. 1!, ''I I.:..::.:)?..::,,4 02: 1147S 1

II the ,.ar. Also shrimp nta, in. ne-lled room cottage en Fort Pierce- at a session In conjunction to stay that way If her I ADVEKTISEMCNTTMlf 1 I
with th convention, of Rouse."Reps. $ U UOiQAONDS _........! ', :
KiUas and gerberas.Emeit 7$. nv runt Will rent by year name was too long they< could Dwight 'Rogers: said the /N CIRCUIT coVet (N .ANOTiWrCOllNTV .\ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I 1"

Lyons, SIS SemlnoASLVT or 0. Cross Roads, Jenen the American Mosquito Control .k1Pth.I, light., : 'a-, ,,";,, -, wauld enable Army,Engineers i *" ', yos 'ITATt OFB NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER fo.; I f If.
JL Kraft
Association ,joa* I ,
floOR 4 "
I5I. tl and f her 100... ..
L ae Mlsl"Langford actor- to begin the first phast R 'N CHANCERY In kfroby II"en that til U I I"I.
agfr of Martin County Chamber .. '
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d .d.t Ik* provinknu,o( Chaptowlt -, ;
\/ .FOR SALE--Inside;, FO KENT-112.M week, large. ot Commerce, and Mark With- husband Jon Hall (she did of a $20d.000.000 Statewide flood THELMA "tOtDIu.bIi.' f1olotlllFUNCII' I) lost:' l.u :! c.i.:1:: : 'I '
her after all are 41, 0111 NIOJt0a. bth 5,. ,
change name for Florida. I
iMe porch and deck $Upllm a a ble rooms; twin Hollywood am :county mosquito control control program v. ,...IC CsiS 'I. ..d I.. M.I Coott' ,
In ease lots of 4 gallulrr hi '. Rex Hotel, Federal Hwy manager attended: the sessions currently developing the beautiful Deepening and widening of the / I SNtD1ER! ( U..donlt, I 554.. P0t 0fAp of pa.t Ot ph. ,'
r.... Colors and whit a tridfe. tfFOlLkENT Longford-Hall Terrace on St Lucle Canal for' navigationwas Martin County will save J135.- NO CE TO APPEAR Lion ISIs,. o..olor." tip r.bCbes. l ,

Iii. per gallon In on. gallojam lUJiiiiiujiwuiiiuinfuTiiiiuiiiiiiMiiiSERVICES their estate, on Bewails Point. authorized ;ty Congress? in 456.ID In interest on county road III YRANI''.. KNbKlktH MAIN ILISEI'b"SnAR' "IIIRINO LOTlGKwhich ''I"I I !

-Five-room house. InC OFFEREDuimitiiuujiiiiiiuiiiiiuiuiiiuiiiiiiiii' The extensive development Is 1946. and bridge bonds as the ttsii,' TR.JIoT..: "b'ORT, ) NHV: YORK .0 .. tAll yiaw ,o buunrMour I.' .
Kobe I
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Sound h.
Lumber C< c hqutroil la "I* in ,
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her .of town ,completely being managed by her father of Ratification of the lot ... pbovo ..Clod" .e I llhnK of biultmurla p
t \ In the Statewide ProKl'amworkd gas tax ol5o'O0cn .. pro* to ottin. c.,..... .hat tk.. partiMaoDonaId ,
fjfrBlshod and electrically Nine year ago, be told us, out by Army Engineers amendment In 1942 As the result M.' 'odloe., Uef o0, 0' I\,ton for th.. Ird. dOT of I I'd. I. ..id hoof.... ... Do,14A
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sAltV-Red Bougainvilira,1Brullian ;; j iltpetL Edward )lapp Real- PROPERTY MAINTENANCE and they covered the entire East but not yet authorized deepening of, this amendment to the 00,101 7O, 1.7 .. Tkulnta 1r of.5 Palm. .Knack of both i"lost.h" \II. ,MarDonaU aad that '
: care for home-site 574.4l0.. '. ..d I., .,... tOut ,.u I.., .
Pepper Seibanla IMPaOVI'Mt.NT; Expert Coast searching a and widening ot the canal Florida I Constitution Martin a., I. .. lb t' ''"l' ,II''" I.b.. .. _. .I.. ...ir IM.,ttthor porwHt* ntoroat.d ja
*lIon tans SOc. Coconut Palms of lawns trees. d property: choosing at last the splendid was listed, .a* one pf the first County saved 3596.18 by d !- t..... (lot' 7Lu0' booed" 1M' ,,_ '.1*"DONALD A. MnrDONALD. I.

11*_ J. I. Craig,JH Albany, RENT OR LEASE Large CHEERFIL ESTIMATES: AT lofty spot,on Sewalla Point Highon projects ,to be undertaken creased Interest cost In 1947 ".4.Il 010.. .01'. puhM.hM It I. f.r', ..d._.... that lOb. I OMAN B MarUONALUlar T .. '

118 Lt":1 i-burner and >. reel or land fronting "on NO COST: Cout*at) t. Troxel, t hill approached from State The St Lucie Canal furnishes This was revealed In a report ", ((4)1G. .......,...".. ".o'.... ,n h Uu.mk MtdanHARKIS furn ,PM'' It. li. Af" I. I. l4 ..

tinier k e r aw* n e cooking'ioo doral highway, suitable Herb for Phone 11S-J or dg J rlS, Stu.st. Road AIAby long sloping lane the major drainage for Lake released from the campaign .01411.... 5,,,ANII." 'LI'bIlL,.,,,,,'> ''ED .t 1I1..rI. : f5IVE0TItEMENT I ,

.. lIall'a Electric Servke.. lines* location. See ., tf Is the'"*house. commanding a Okeechobee running between, It headquarters\ of Richard W, Er- "I.Ido. 10.,. SI "If' 'lIot.... A, 5.P0741100 LEGAL f, '

Pbend3. |'we, Rice Hotel. Phone 1151 magnificent view of two rivers- and the Atlantic Ocean vlo. candidate\! for Attorney ..... IN HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE A ,
the St. Lucia! and the Indian. General) .
Block Sen Claude Pepper requested A. CI"I .r t 5 ,TE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR '
II ULI-1" table saw' with : Contra5t4ng. the gentle slopes on all side of former Assistant Attorney I.OWI'R' J, I '
Irvin 74 TIN
to consider construction
RENT or for sale, modern Army Engineers All..,,,.. .. I '
'Und ; and Carpenter wcU. Bill Oar.via. I rtiwrt PI.rr IN CHANCERY NO. I '
motor optional .... the plantings of citrus lest ,
; house are General and resident attorney ,
1 1 and } of an "emergency florfit, '
furnished ,
'.all band saw; Jay A.Byrne, [lages Two unfurnished Box ;t8, <* an Breeie and avocado trees Beyond toward i Channel" through Sebastian Inlet for the State Road Department ego. April I I. 0. 1) 2.1. '*0 Via'ntlff i i1AM i' '

'lie,," between Stuart and en' eu.oms.By week, month or RrLLiI'lt'i Park, Jfnaen; Beajjl. FIn ; ; the.highway, are fields of : in their Statewide flood control reports that, as the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT WI!, ADAMS; LITTfLL Drfvndant, )) ,,I 'LI I'

Jenuen. reasonable Phone corn, beans, melons and other 1 program. Peppers request result of the amendment, Interest NOTICE TO APPEAR Ilu..
je Very ditching and til is. Phone small The entire LEGAL ADVERTI I\IIENT\ ?clo.it.. at th. M,." of Florida. I I0.t
propertyhas alone
crop saving tor all
We are agent for WI!. Ho Sound, 1581. tf tf followed one to him by the City coim- NOTICE: OF INTENTION ] I 0 RECgTEa 1LLIAU ADAMS LITTK1.L: ,, Hotol "
,, Fertlliiers. we 329W. been landscaped to create of Vero :Beach. tied In the State will total $6538.613.33. ,- FICTITIOUS N MIN.i u0.j san, 81,.., and lInr. *a A... I
|,- .,.. "hS..t., .,... n. I 0
a natural' tropical picture tinder o 'thod. 0 # 'Y,0t1fNT
IiLU that good SM| .ia CUraii .jiliUii 'lilIlIlillllllllilltlilUllIllilliit REfKIGCRAEflON .1o'4! I IL4 ciltof,, I I."' 'C 0'a' hmb ",tirird la appear onh 4.t"alI
InjUock at all tlmeng WANTED Commercial lUpalra the capable hands of Edenlawn FAILURE According to the report. this icons. ,f P'l.'II, : ,,. hir::I I t.r.April A' U. llu. W Ika i
timer Ferneries, well-known here for I saving results from the tax .bt( "."to, cIth Iko t'l., L .r ii,. CIV'It F <1,1 (;,M In that- cortaJ.natltutrd fI I)
Motor Co. NU.A7J IMIIIIIIIltlllUHHUUIIIIIIUUUIIIIIIIIIIWANTltt .ltW for Pro t Service I strove, 0 Lord to grasp a, clue gas ., Coo l In ..tI I f,.. ,'II.I C.ote. 111 thr Circuit Court ofh ,
Canoe (no square T tJtR' their ,artistic tropical plantings fur thee amendment!: which was written Cto'id.. upi'n ..**..I.r< 00/ of 74AIb.. ; JuoVlal, tour, ..r Pl."..., In andMartin t I .
LELAND .. Langford-Hall Terrace Is aa into the Constitution throughthe ..U..n ,.f tb'. notlrc' thr | ,,,...... ....., County. nhrroln' MAR '
'* S.UE-.Sm.ked "Ssltrtliht atrrfl, Write Charles Schill- u And, falling ctutchml the dmt. ''n.wlt : CEI HULL I.ITTE1L i. P. .41 C and I I
% log, I en Beach, Fla.. Itiour embryo Village ot lovely cottages efforts! of Ervin county TUART JBWf: ] Kill rou, WILLIAM ADAMS IITTKI, an 'I .
from smoke boone, J SEC ThompsonRoad other ford whose screened porches .watch "Tbatbit'oharthUI. commissioners and others seek ......r whIch I oil rair Hha0o .1101..... :: : toot, ehI'h I. o asia for di<' ,; i
4 01 .... I l.o th.1 loiatkm of aald: ii"l'1 I 4
u.tetieOr HeaJ ] i of |ny p".1 puw k. I
your own W next wlrlngfjob Grading Clearing, the sunrise over the Indian ."' '' your, palm a starry ing a permanent solution to the II'..", MartM Countsrty '0.h... II... C., .d Int will br MOurn u oonfoiard WSti I Ino

mirth Stop In for some and ap anee repairing No Bedding Ian for groves River Five cottages' are now Worth," road debt problem, of the counties "" hitemtod ,In ..,. ".1.... II I
i"*"*. along or have mailed Job too or too smalL 111gbquality Ditching, Will c tract or titPhone completed. each with Its white- t heard thee sayi "Cue that Instead Counties have been able .R.,4LO.alisece tvitH-> .Co.lln..r, ., '.57 I.art.po...Ywld.!.. ,It,,_ nO Mmpaprr art D,I llj nri whlrh la SOb dralnatodJ Nolle.I I' Ito

'>t ill ever U 8. Lecal agei w cost Phone Stu hour D-7 mar e. latticed car shelter and its snuUI to merI to retire, redeem or refinance 'rrltrd I.. '.''d I b.I._ ,n o.a. .h.ll i'I: puMlihtd wio: a ,4 4ItSESO

Stuart Seafood, Qulnn'a StiI Electric 4I1-XW COS S. b St, FortH garden Beautifully planned an* the principal of many Issues of SALVATORE pINTINCNZA. '
art 117. hristopher rub Ap,II I I. II, XI"f 1(411, cc 0.d old .1701,1 a.oI Iat
<*d Smoked fUheryJ Shop. Fr Apartments an.iiezNo.I. Pierce, FU. l.t.15 appointed' each Is complete I thought In knightly I1lf1h1l'_ holy road bonds because of security ,101.1, Ftld.., 4044 15th dup ,( 1 I, I I IS .
h. D.
A. 1541
auneway. Fort Pierce.II. f tfNOTIC little vacation home They were wars. offered through the amendment.. II tOll CsllI'f, 0..5)) i I'

24, Apr' II ___ UPHOLSTERY W K and Mat. begun In September and ready TO win thne treasure Bowed on a Climaxing: 14 years of active THE: COUNTY lU El COUNT OF .. c.t 0. POM050Y, '' '
.I'ISIIUDontin t all kinds. MARTIN COUNTY HATE OF ("ml I, Murtla resole, .
TVoor northernfriends 1
SALg..p1 for occupancy in January, an. broken swordI effort on the part of legislatorsto FLORIDA '""Id.. .
ed ret.rigto St..... We We to Ant cl, work pickup enjoying a most successful sea relieve counties of their road C... 74, n.e H. POMFBOY i '
lea and grapelralt,] .95 ktlnee regardless and deliver Phone Fort' cried, "My bonds are empty"Thou IN RICGAO1) TOO El' %TK OP S LUM A ct5,3' f'' t I'
IUD In and the amendment
buvhet i are son Langford said O Lord bridge MARY LKAN 00110 1,0 0,,,,,,, or f rPaintiffo. l' r '
trIp Ahoeompl no el rumors UWng cIrculated.Ourphoneles Pierce 77S-J or te Route I, Plans for the development are allocates :2 I cents a gallon gas ., TMen IH.d. 4,. .,.d I : oB OlirePalni. ,
honey and no I 117. Our new Box 18' Fort P e Mattress Didst answer, .Nay. you bring tax to the counties for 50 HOTICE Or Irdli ION TO MAKE V I Boirh. Florid. I I ,
td'o ambitious and to be executed years I Mink '
Fruit Novelty Sh tfDONI are APPLICATIOrf FOR FINAL I U 1' (I April t, 114* i
Pederil !location II Frafc Apartments Company. aa far U possible In the order girt oilcan. Ervin, the report states, became u.o'" ."" -lu.-- ,,, I' 'I,

'Hwy. 2nd (I annex No. L Cblfctopber Eleetrl : WAIT .nt it's too late. named: five additional cottages Lord I have1" sought thy face In interested in the county TO Notion ALL. WHO.AY,t. htht. .1... CONCERN list I Oae, EaIi.AD4t75I.4tt:! '! !.:._:: '

I1 l Shop. % i f automobileinsurance will complete the river-f rent debt problem In 1941 At that 111.. o'r l'n.I.' .." "be otd .'..... .. I THE COURT OF COUNTY 'JUDG" I
FOlt SALE..4p II S See us today Win, and now time, most counties still faced Aotitb.0. AdO,4.t'" ,"IR or.OOf000 ,..........,. AND' FOR MARnN COUNTY I
I Game,. that : need under row with 10 more on another thoii C ,lo. F ,Ie .f My. D... LOCIDA. It I I '
u WIMIIIIUIIIIIMIIIIUIIIlftlMIIIIIIIMIIIFEMALE "street" somewhat further up I weary. Ah, where art ? II irl! large road debts Incurred duringthe nod., .1.. b.... ..,. R..d. d..a..4.. PROBATE '
fln.nrItJ responslbUDehen C
'nentleint conditlo with HELP CANTEDIIIHIIIIIIUIIMIIIUIIUIIUIIVllllUIUIHII the new the' for the I hear I Florida boom were without lkut, J b.v. filMI.tlu... t.. F.I, I NIl' 'I
bill dock
'kb ; ) Law. Tbeo, 4 a mooring : DI..h.,.. Oftd tho r _III 'rob to 5. t AIC ANNA V. LYNCH. '
ue woo abed, swimming Thy voice! "You Knight me therefore sufficient gas tax credits under H.bI.. A'lhc, ., : { I 'I
"45, 1. Son. Deb Bli Phone IL of boats and forjlshlng, 0 R. CtoI.. Coot, hot ". 0 anASTASIA' I I IAtx
F. Ada 5ole I will the laws of 1931 to retire them 1.4.. of lIartt. C':' .t?, S.... of P0.44. LYNCH C .
BY pool and It drug and sundries wear 4. L. ,
mad, }, 'Pbom. 37 ti WANTED SALES tf .14 .A.. lI.h d... -"rII. 1040. f.. 11M -1 1)
I SALE-Eboojj MIDDLE AGE FOR Fim: TIME store Your darkness as a light about my The attorney Joined others in : *, :. :fA'r:, : 0,4 1ff Fb.l Ito..ho5. NOTICE TO' CRIIDIToa
b seeking emergency relief for A4b.I.a..t '* '
Oter, U watee HOUSE TO HOUSE CWMIS- REFRIGElVriONAir During the coming year Miss .nrow: ........n.. 000... 'I''". I..... .r tiesbe.,4.to. TO .L CRtDITORH AND AIoL PIa.I In
tallonS. C erato, MUS-rHAVE Condition Repairs'Call Ungford expects: that the Ter. counties through Increased cred- eo ..e.Dotod < IlAVING ('I.AIIII ..usD' 1>1'';. .
h lItton Leitch
*. C eonuii c..li 'Maiy Its permitting counties to renewor alto 55 ;, .r n.h. A. a. 1DI AGAINST THII 'lRTATIQ: orA" '
I ly' CAlL THIS IS AN 0 0.. 13) for Pr t Service race will lure some of her Hollywood ttU. V. LYNCH, AI.81> inlOW" I
3r ederal TVNITY WITH VICE T LELAND TDO AVER friends to new and special continue participation in the .UTH 11AM All NUTA..A HIliALY LYNCH. '

Oteay am 2nd S *1k U brand ol : n 'Her Sw1tEy SiZy51 second gas tax distribution Er- A. A.ltboo. Atol I b..... .... tuna.met. 11.4 ow Plt004tI to tIo. potIIou. ,
.oo.. .f E..... of M." 5.t rOndo' 50.155. I '
5' 'COThfO WITH GOOD COMMISSI YOU nave tro I witb ;our 'heart is really .in this place" 1 vin then began working for per Dun aoa4, .i... It 'em so 5oc, a.... 5541 r sod am0 .lf yn. a, hb, I ,
I. ble 5. said her''father, "She spend all manent relief in the form of the I' tIve...... ..tISb4. ''d _.1.... to st-mat Sop A
turniobe P. O. Box JZJ. hens not byte Thou use i '
tin St.- Constitutional Amendment most OINIHThK1SOI( nod awcm.Attenj 01,1.' a 5.do .hlo. yea. op altO.. "I i I'
I. 2 bedroomo Pan-a-mln toad rood her ,vacation here mostly bare. far A.Il r A5.bmbtemi.P00 .. : 0. a.nmo N i.t.t. of I If'I
b ltvlnf WANTED-Wo--, white. IJ lies* footed and In overalls digging provision of which were drafted i :: .:.' ... ... : : 'tO.:*1,. Omen:an Amu. 5 I ,
dining e.o tahoe, housework.Sundays. Store UUSSESa by him. ', M.ci" .5. ...... ',U, 5. .. "II, : )t.ote doumod, .5 th
e treat In or out, light around In the gardens This will ,

fruit item.porl p,, ble ga. Apply Rod P. eIAU stockings, b e her home when she Is through Ervin says In the report that ,' ,LEGAL ADVEa SU4ENTOOTlCEOF to. :".r 'Ap'tist'I. 'cStE: : '

alt ._ ankle etc. Smart with' public life, And that th the spirit ot cooperative compromise J.deu N I COotIp I IIII.
kaeo pads.
Temo iNtENTiO TO REGIsTER ,... .. .
p ergneon minHiimiiiiiHininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSERVICE '" nsa .1. .511.. I. ... Crost. ,
tf day'f am waiting for.* rvldenc-d by all in- FICTITIOUS MIltotboe .
... .
lCImdcoAcop rugCorp. Cvus Hoom s"' COO.I,. I
50153, OFFERED rested In securing the 10 ...,.... el'. .. tM "nd... w1.h ..... I,
groups P0.44 hl.hl HI) .d.
.... ... ..., .
uIed of chop 5... ... ,.,...
IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllBEFKIGERATION/ -P WAIT until too latesutomokUc. adoption and ratification ot the i 5l'555. Lon of Fbo,4d. ,.. of 1051 .00104 ., .St I. dot. of pohll..
maIns 14450 sad shot .Id '
LtLZli. '-4 0 ii today to lot SsjNeuje. Service gas; tax amendment was one of i w h _,... .110 *0. 00th' 7 thu' CtW0C. .101.. ond4o .,do "es.O bLOb.. tIo. '

no. aIbOOk i mace that 70 nesdnaderrtsponsUtU the best examples of emoctratlc =' 5. m.d ::; ::'tlaJ-p ".t p1.wa: ....01 ..4d..101...... nod 0.
lltjp *
.ir, 1 OomesUa *. Repair gUvaf4 hi bu take lbs nsbpt tbuthuLOIS ..._ to ..4 oootnd. on .r.munld. oc 1
4ShIcIiwritiun, intypi Call IU for Prompt Service t arE fiwanclait place of etaor teas and oils" processes operating for statepI'OI1'08I ': 50(5.. 1:10: ebpltko oaovzs" so .. 'w1f, to.. .... will ,....,... I

'Obla. truth.. LELAND T. BAUER w. 'flood lichen Aso .u.r wlll.1I esquIre feed that he has man ...... whItS.. stb14ocoa.d ...,- JIaN 100.. I d., of 1f..It. IIta. I_ _
.. :
RZeCUSfl Dekoa Rid Phone IL grains In their production" says ,..I'en,, ptnobvol, Oboe of .'_ I. tLLA LAW.VINOINIA
$ e.ndiuon, U ,,. a. IOOIU"
: ...
01. Moos ,
34z.xJLRIht tf Jesse B dinner. Administratorof Milt. down your table serape' 1.1"eo.PIa.to sold.. I.... ',tnt... IN 0.'ortles Lu .-..... .. .... mtaS ., .00..
SPENCER SUPPORTS for women -froduotloo. and MarketUg.U I is ( furother W. A. Rilhtraoi ."dI.. L, r ohm.. 4mo o. boo oo Ao.io.to
AGE for Gould mnp All :a Department ol Afrleultun. whim even Hah'1 thu.. .nd tkol. tkor i.. .... ::7E? 0,4 oa]- .., Pm, .
0 oblle Men's kelts. Luella Downey MOklng' then saivsg* ens'turn ,
so Save every drop ol use cooking -**" 1h..".... it mId On I .t.tbmo .444 aIatn
Radie.b. Fort e I u Isennedi te delivery the .. o. eVANS Cl; ?. '
.ogu llll Orange Awe vr |r .ae te yu W, A ROLL .
tat mm It lu for cask
; t to
mat so, .., eundi. Pierre. Phone U7-M lorpolntmeat op. Stuart ardunro C 0. Ph dialer. yourmoot nuat Salsr Cot taih. ,... H U mITCH.I 1, AltoP,... I. Lmmtl4one:. ., ... I
neU Mm* It 1*. It. A rl| (a. 11U. 11. ,lit A. I. 1005, i '
Call 177 at p 5 p.m. $1 1u, -. --- .... ;


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I 1 1l..r 1r I 4 The Puzzle-came hoine the To Give Band TROPHY PLAY\

CLIO VETS INVITED i CLOWNSTWICE \\1 winner Tuesday Jot the first
ATV time In the 20th and final of

II I I the sailboat races held twigs Benefit Party .sS David Iron Dr. w r. IV

Ad> II weekly in Hobe Sound sponsored The Martin County High : Al Bursanl! nd Bm Any
spanPalm { TO LOOP MEETThe I 'Twice successful over the Easter by the Hobe Sound Yacht Club School diamond forces came 1 emerged victors In the
r week end the Stuart Dodgers The race was postponed from from behind to take full advantage An "old-time tacky party final of the play for the t,

will be hosts again to the Fort Sunday by high winds. Pirate of five error and nine dance- sponsored by the Jay- dents Trophy at Martin Co

Wlthttaclll Stuart Veterans foot.balj) pfrce Giants at Little Dixie Parkat was second and Scot Free third base'on balls and defeat Okee- c .-Ette. for the benefit of the Golf and country Club be'

< team yesterday wan invited to J.33 pm Sunday, The Giants in the seven-boat field. chobe yesterday afternoon. Martin County High School I / Bursanl! defeated loba'Law.
slbly attend a conference In W'st .wtis opened Stuart season by winning : About Face captured lastWednesday's I Now possessed of a 1-2 record 'Band will be held at the Civic t Jr. In the
Palm Beach April 10 for the put race' from s'ven I the TIgers will face two foe in Center at 5:20: pm tomorrow.Tickets Dr Davey: whipped WeAl
]pose: of discussing the' potuibU here March 21. I others with Sea Song secondend the next week Delray Beach are M cents and all proceeds I II T-It. Irons edged T Coughfe

Ity bf ortunlzliig\ a South Florida The Dodgers experienced little i Puzzle third. About Face I will be host to the Tigers In I will be devoted to send the Armor overcame:A. C CHUB

eml-pro (football league next difficulty In twice subduing !the I also won the March 21 race with Boynton tomorrow afternoonand band to the State music festival I j The Mtnl-flnali are ich,

tall Sterling (N.Y.I) Clowns hen Sunday Pirate finishing: second and CatsPaw i Melbourne will trip here to i UrSt, Petersburg April 15-17. next Sunday and the BUI.

The Invitation was extendedby \ and Monday afternoons. I third in a seven-boat field open the Stuart home play next I At tomorrow nlght-s affair everyone I AprU1\ ,
Ralph M. Roosevelt of the I
Ira Van Bullock, presldmt of I Wednesday afternoon ls urged to wear their A Joint meeting of tin
Hopelessly Inefficient: battery I clubs judging committee announced : Bruce Beatty went the taste will I and the ladles auxiliary
the West Palm Beach FootballAssociation oldest clothes and a prize w wI wi wr *u
Inc to potential work enabled Stuart to waits to a trophy will be pre again for Stuart yesterday, limiting be given for the "tackiest" out I at club house last night "ti

3f 1948 teams'In Vero' Beach Fort i I a II-4 victory Sunday before 150 sented to the seasons top boat Okeechobee to five hits. ,fit. Neal Bishop will give a showIng mot better understanding
owner as soon as determined bya I and fanning nine while I tween. the two ,
PIerce, pkeechobw American fans and a sound batting attack of, magic tricks.Supplementing f.
f Legion post at the \Unlv rslty oi IOLIN ENGLISH; point system under which each only three Lamar Howard led I this drive the I dent Phil Pence said, App!<
netted 11-5 Monday
an triumph boat earns
a point for finishing the Tiger hitting with two mately 30 persons
Miami the Naval Air Station In attended
Fitglnh: Stoic, School iufKTin Nine Sterling errors and It Stu- and a point for each boat It singles. Jaycee-Ettes are holding a cam + I the ,following three joint\
I Miami Fort Lauderdale :I liiultnl slip ban resigned lilt. beats to the finish line. The palgn for donations for theband'
Stuart. Bullock said last fallsactivity art base hit* marked Sunday'slopsld'sd Score by innings: .which mlUees wen appointed:
showed a crying need i i 1"itlul1ll'mpotarily| to campaign tffalr 'as Otis Gilbert Bertle-O won the most races, Stuart 023 030 3-\11 8 2 trip expenses i Membership L A. Arto
I I ., will here six during the season, while the chairman Mrs; Floretta Bart- 'I
and all lift I < "\fmor upeuk{ at Okeechobee 100 001 0 -2 5 1 i chairman the Re Tic,
for more concrete over-
a for has
effectively! stifled Sterling lett announced last night
tin. Scot Free finished second six Beatty it Oadd. Merritt ((6)) ', Mrs. Harry
organization' In the area's semipro ulwuExpress platform .; Armor{ H. a
with thanks
six Innings before retiring reached $149.67. She said '
other times.
football ranks. the play of I .il 4I) p m Monday. Suprriiitciident long lead. John Davis and B Conrad and Klnsel. of her organisation and the I and Mrs Herbert Dugan; IK'

which. has bern so favorably I K\ H Rollins. clminnunl ... Walter Jacob paced the hitting band are extended to the following r I Law, chairman Fred L i

received by !the public that now' l t tl I... Enjiliiih: for Governor for Stuart. ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT : 0 1 r' I Mrs L. A. Arbogast Mn. I

league organization rules and Club Martin cordial I Cratr and R' B. McPhwsatertalnment
III County The box wore: 0. Y. .51115A ""A
regulations are imperatively I K the attendCOMMlTTW STERLING CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 30 : C. C..= .: 115J. I : Dunn, o
111\tie public: to
1151L. ,
URHI'OAI a. t Smith, Harvey Homlar
r heeded to safeguard that which ((iliac .. 0 I S i 1 Standing as of March 31 C. ... 'TOSSII JAMES WREN TAYLOR .Mn
has ben gained 'and to Insure : pus.oa U.. .. ", .. 15.ith H. ... 1115M. and Mrt. DavyHEARING .
.1. : : | } : IAILtlSH .tJj; =
continuing"rise! In success : pork a5.- : i iJ I I 0 l *,... ..irllhi.!! v... ****''. "*"rtl tone B"U" ", Cwfcs.sVss. : Fnd. OuNess. Gwen H. : : _. 5o50 1015 ""Zath ,Taylor new manager of SCHEDULED: i) '
and public favor 1 : meth S Junior 1.75 .
I ore : : : : a a. Mn. I.. !; ; : ?rrkik. *. ....** ."-* *" '' I.. Copt: Kiss ...-- .. 5 the St Louis Browns, is generally j The Florida Railroad

At least two officials of the I .n...C t t 1as.1 Td lee.M:roston: ., ; ; : l: :( .... .. ., 'j'jtll. .. CTiiMtltred die ,Major League Public Utilities Commusta
Stuart team expect to attend the I 4 ; TiFiWLa11kt b "' Sawbi/w/ Cp/ Wine "
I SET FOR RODEOL I \.1. J lohn.. hnlth ltp.dnd ..,,. ., e5 hold a public hearing Apr
meeting i Fl..... rt.lk \ ,- ,4 I 1 1 aOres. W. a. Joh.' .. t Pbilsd.lphh' Miutlit .b.'$ KiUMt IM Copt- ..... ..." .... [f.! ..,.. manager vrth the \lugged job on In the Council Chamber
la .... -4 1 l 1 wNht a7ty poYd.. aunk.id ..... .is of!
AMBERJACK .,.. .:. .5/ I his hands) this spring BereftuofStint City Hall at Jacksonville
WANT CARS FOR I n. 4 all 4 iTUART ".rt"", surk.. La_.... I. 1., assht .......d C.II _. Caps Curt Wbilha.. .. D..1. .51 of application; of tht RW:
SPA TRANSPORTCars A. McKenzie as director, L. / .eish' 15% _.., .. lI.r, 8........"..... 5.01Mad.h.a of (lie Browns few stars ,,

M Johnson as secretary J. A. ,, J... Ih UaKpOAI. 11121 .: ALeucoati.. VOrh... P.tt... H. i.. ....hI, .bused .c...." CwL: A A. WUU, .r. A Irhnd. Solo..L _. '. ISO..57Mr. rcbint ye.trl.'Taylor must mold press Establish Agency Intrastate for permWor ut,
.. .
or station wagons are DttURh rty as gatekeeper and Th.rnU. .1 l's I i h' II .d. .M-' uff" 1.11MI.
1 JiekM. .: el 4 I I :I : : BAR'ACUOA :; Coy HuffIn. ,: : Ill a pennant contender principally 2nd clau exp.e mla
needed to help transport Sports- Lon Tyson as timekeeper comprise Stall Ik t S I 1 1 I I Rubs 4 Blifka. Law..."<.. I. I? ....'" abused' 11.11 I...... 01$. Curt .. ia lubM "- I... castoff his charge In the Stall of non
man Pilot Association memberson the arena committee for C. J..kion Ib < I I' 1 1 1Yuluis. Whinroe. eloht 5145 _.d.. R. C. .Boob. ..55Mi. from rm U-s! and '
her If have the RCA-approved rodeo to be a I I I S ARCTIC BONITO ,.. F..,.. ..15Mrs. wcfintl'iliinve Brownie lead .the lame basil ands
you D.... of I 'Is. hdw.rd W. Pubs.. Suwbu. V.IIo a Gulf C'.h.' Toronto' oeh/ abused MIa' M.CloekSy. ..51Mrs. us same level u the mrnu
one to offer contact the Pelican sponsored by the Martin County Biala If I 5I05TYo.pw pupa., C..I. ToIa, aria u... _/.hl 11 35 ....d.. ..rh '"., ..55Dr. er. Ho ni\H j HeroldMilddy
Sunrise Inn Cattlemen Association at No. 10 II ,. I 1 0 5 BLUEfIN TUNA I. D. P.oiI.. ,," ..... and 2nd cites express rats
Hotel or Lao .If .1 I 5Whir. I spillway In Indlantown at 3 p.m I S I Itl .. I: ...,...... .. .10 11
April 11 Barbecue beef, coleslaw I I yLUEFIS'S t a.'..... 01_. .. ." .., FSSII state commerce oj the I
R11.MINNEHANELECTED W.IA., ".,... "."".,urd. N. t. ..u.hl ..bor< Ih. NtMin. twL thU. H.,... h. o5a., .. $73 bond the sheriff! state Commere Commit
L 1.45Mr. :: leased on
pkklcs. bread, butter and It 11 IT ISSrort -7 STFISH I \* ."""".. 0. 55.. ':' .. .: ; :
dated Dec 18
coffee are for the kr tailnn, Cory said.
on the\! menu IvkM. Tbornm. lad .. ... Ton aod.rhh"':.: ::::" :: .. ---- '-- --
4H --
barbecue to the SUrllni III OM 0"I. 4 >"' .hl from tlikUiMM 0. b. wl.ht |% : > : ---- --
precede .
..... 4U IK SIl-ISWrliht pound. N. H. Crows : I
..... CHANNEL BASS D. H. 'TI".. .
rodeo at noon. Admission will\ Ffct (III Pvlmon (ill\ Mil '"' 1.55
1 1I HEAD >i I be tl 60 to adults and 75 centsto S..... Arl. ((11. Joss ((71 GII........ COBtAIs, V.. V""k" *..*."" W,omll,.. Boa H. nlvh .* poun*...
Whit. HI.... Mulllni, Toll I. 651. .. ,. J J7H.! ." Watches
children less than 14 :years ofap.e. Runt (....... in_Thornton S, Scon. IM. 0...,."", N.w Turk tit,. .sudt .had. the duff Slroaw. C.L Cuff
D..,. 4. Glltort J.i-ek. ...11I.., .H. J.rkm Whit/e./ .. w.ekl U ....d..
.< S. WrirM S. f.t.... C, J>ck nThomnoB. DOLPHIN II<
OF LEGION POSTRoland i The other committee membersare I Send .s.. Stool .. D. r. 1' Je.at. BoI..... r.,1o, VI. .sushi ahlsrd. 5' ts. P.... C.pt, EIA. 4 HURT IN 2 I IiXernaton&i! Sterling
.. -.- .. Rnbr.t.ea" .
S HH. .. Oft h.... 10: welebI. 5554 ..d'. '
: Ills/roe/ 1. T. .b... kl.. 000.. I...... ARUM /
Wood Art
-- I Calf chute: John Holt and Albert 'Ollb.t.. P.'_" Tare 110.. hit.i ..Mend. K. 8Ulhn". BM| U"ck. 111'_. owlil hoeJ..sa krjdiK, ..lebt( Keep ke and Carved

L Minnhan. Stuart I II Dease; calf gate: Fred T. i Wrest JaMrt 1. Home t, TkomtoH ran-TkompMi S. B Jscktra. atomkMt CROUPCR'. AUTO MISHAPS Diamonds and Wedding Rings

butcher, was elected commanderof Joss; fining chute' Archie, Bass I 4, :Seot I C J. k>M 1. Ollb.rl Galnra.Plowvra ". ", *urljrf! C....."" .* M C:, amkt I .l....... Gulf.stone. C.MI Curt
I Post 62 American I, and Douglas Brown; catch pen: bows, etrsrkwt--be OIIMA 4kr Whinge IV''L'rI..1::'' _.d.. ,
Harold Johns
Wkltt <. ky Wriikt S, k, "..-n I. JACK
Legion at t the annual election 1, Elmer BUM; unsaddling wild I i ki ru,.,.. I. S... .. "W"_fl rillmt ..... Ws,4., .... I. Ott. Milwaukee, W1o., assh/ shoed the Mia' t.luri.. C.pL : C. E. WALKER
of officers meeting at the broncs and! bulls: Dease Cecil 1. of ,Wmkt bitch off rlowm S,. I woe 4 Will' Mowm Slit bypeso.by
posts East 5th St. headquarters Pollock and Robert Wilkinson; Wntht I IK. Jirkwwl, byFu. [' G. Martin. II........ H. J.. ....hl I. stn incl.' p.1.55 .. psadnf. tin County.Hospital today as a \ eweleri
night. Mlnnehan will id- seats: Henry R. Stiffens; tick I I ISmml.1. .... .. Friday 011I.... I and 4 III I .ht.ines, .If WhitIa Wall.' *".'.. Dot...". Mick, ....hL.-..... the Gull Str' ., Copt: CurluS'i"s'NA7ptR OSCEOLAAVE. STUAJ
place Commander Harris Low- ets: W. C. Caveny. Ralph Ulmer ..d ,4 In I ,Iniilnm. ore W"oht a snd ".*. 'rI. auto accidents near Stuart\ Monday
schedule Johnson and Arthur Ausborn 5 ta S .'Inalxi sit 1 1M F1.w'S II snd 11 ; .
Jr. the installation ;
ery, I I 4 tanln*., off <*y{.... snd.. I. a, .... 4 H..h. 'Oobin, .Fd. "....U ....... Bons ase. CbsI ant ,,_.,
Sheriff G. M. Hancock .
May 14 >, parking: ; lMl>... Wimilni i.Iuh" ou.... Las- _Ioh' _..... Seriously Injured when their
elected Include )I parade: Jim Day, barbecue: I I.. .......,'..-W..hL' ,....d "'.". MANGROVE SNAPPER 1942 Mercury went out of
Other officers coupe
Slu'SW Arl.5. U.pta-' .w Ti.1015. ...- .5,5, a.""Vaneh... Hull. 5olted",
esopbl .
Out S -\COOL
I II eo ahelws .I"M
I posed.
Jean C. Oalgnlere of Hobe Sound, Dease, Daugherty: Wilkinson, MARGATEPepMP' control and overturned I miles COOL A COOL :. COOCLIFTONJLODGE
1st vice-commander; F. Lee Hlg- Johnson and John Haromy; .al.rsw.oi.. 'IU (:...d.. Awn (;kl..,.. ....hI 5b.ard 11..1 .Iah.... north of Stuart on UB 1 at 9:25:
.... .
k. w.I' 1 5 .
bee 2nd vice-commander: Roscoe tables: Marvin H. Rowell. and MRS FERGUSON OPENS POMPANO' a.m. Monday are Dr. Nora Pager,

H. Rollins finance officer; cold drinks Pollock JENSEN BEACH LAUNDRY W.I.r;,. C.4\%CSop.a puadu- v.- Ms.tehH.. ,.. I. ogbt pt LYah .Mht. opt" .hri... (9, of Klsslmmee and Chicago

O L. Meyers, chaplain; Ralph W. PORGIE and Michael Bcannell, 75, of
Hartman post historian; Alfred PLANS TO CONTRACTORS I Mrs. Forest Ferguson. former ,:Sew.:. N._'.,.. 'u"'M... Ln.l:. WU..10\? ....k& .1oaor4 1t..1 8.hoe' Holyoke, Mass ,Dr Ragr was
J. Pendarvls sergeant-at-arms; Building plans and specifications owner of Ferguson Dress Shop ssi SNEEPSHEADP "Th J.5.." SehhL 111. _... driving south about M miles an

T. J. F. Kennedy and William for the Presbyterian I Stuart, today announced the opening H. M.Cll.tah. La...... .......ansht ln 4s .L11t Kjw. ..Nhp 1i ......... hour when the car went off the

R. Wheat executive committee; Church to be built .her* this I I of Ferguson's'Self ServiceLaundry I SNOO J: O, OP. a1 u.rt, ..".u t Us La.h. N... .. .:.... r5uk. tight dpsuple.. road and crashed into the ditch On the St. Lucia Riverthe Heart of Sim
Charles H Phillips and William ,summer' were placed in the at Jensen Beach. It is SPANISH MACKMCL1 reported Highway Patrol Sgt I

R Hurst, colorbtarers, and John hands of five contractors yesterday ; located at the south end of Jen- .....hl W.0w. ..110 A.....Ysrw...d... B.'........... H. j. .ht ahosrd. It..... C.pt.: "pkh. N.,... Clyde Pirtle.Recovering. ..

W. Keller adjutant. Rollins:I )and they were given three sen Beach on the old Dixie High- I. Alba, tltuut, aaeht .h I. 10.... rt- w.i.ht 5t -..... from lesser injuries
Meyers, Hartman, Pendarvls, j I weks In which to submit bids way, and will be open for business I TROUTTARPON1" II which probably will enable them Summer Rate s April 1st -' Nov.. li
I "* L"Mlk"r1e"1"1"/ ln BtL"cl* ltll"t'hl P ..'"I..
Kennedy and Keller were reelected Dr C. A. Carrlel church pastor In a new 40 by 45-foot to leave the hospital this weekend
I announced today. The contract- building on the Indian River I I- H.rt. L..I....... Ie,.. Mmrilt ..ko.r .lIh l .. 'are Mrs. Edward Sommer- Special Ralei BCr Continuous Oc:upancTfo
S. A modern nhil mullrt ol 8V LucU 1101. *>l"kl S* IMIIII<|>. ,
The post, which now has 111 tors Include Charles Conrad of Monday 'April TRIPLETAIL field and her mother Mrs.. Katharine
] -
members, will I hold a joint potluck -I Salerno, Herbert G. Oass of Jensen Crane hot water-heatlnillystem WAHOO I'': G. ....,... IIM..h... N. 1.. ....k' I. [t. Lash eo ,I... .I.hl 11110 pou..... Praise,of Cincinnati They | November

supper meeting with the I Beach Sam A. Matthews of and a battery of Maytag wash- I 0-son R..III.. .._,........ .g ........ 9twrt asehl bb.ed. Jas Hare. were hurt when their 1947 De-
Legion Auxiliary April 9 at which I Stuart. Stevens and Sipple of en have been installed The C..t. K.,1. 1>... Wol..U "I Mund.' soto driven by Mr. Sommerneld

I time delegates to> the annual! Fort Plercj and Rankin Construction Ferguson came to Jensen BeachIn BASS'' FRESH. WATER DIVISION crashed into the rear of a 1946 ACCOM I OATIONS AVAILABLE NOW

State convention In Panama City I I Company of Palm 1924 and have. been residents I *"""" '. ***.*'*" HII......I.. 1"11EREAM _*U... d....... n, ,.;, ....h' 1 Desoto which Sheriff O. M. Han-

April 22-24 will lw named i Beach of this county ever atnce cock laid stopped suddenly on
--- -- ---- PICKEREL anih Oberb.a. of Slwl, au.bt.5R Slack 1'1,. wolahl 1A .....1Ido. U.S. 1 about 10 mile.'south of We InvA Your Inspection and Pal nal'

srllKLtJ'j.t.GS.MI. CIo........ Q. w.leht. 'Ii p.oda Stuart at 2 p.m. Monday The HE'RRON MI
: PHONEDW c. s..
II... VI.... Worlh... f.lm Ci H'. ..ahl la S.lllnr IS. M|>M ... _.d.. second car was being operatedby ,
Th... kro... ..lllkh ........... ..* d..Unl Mrs Elsa M. Rhoads of Lancaster -
Ih.l ll.k to .b. ,. ,.> _..."'... I. tk. u Hl.fc 41,1.1,.. nuit .Itkw .b. ....h' Pa. Mrs Rhoads who Clean / '. Comforts
Quiet n
.. II'
( ko ( rl .. ....
rom < "" ulr w nurur ko U Kmk n o< tk 8' lUllfuh Club
ud till nil.. ipplln M tk_ liilkto Iw ..1111... !..". pne..W. A, l... .1.. was not Injured was charged 1 .,
with reckless driving, and
Friend re- ,.',.,,. .,
A Reminder "'
v 18-Year Service \

\" \ ( By Beacon EndedThe .

W-ft beacon light which
\ t has served as a landmark from Announcing

PPLICATIONS FOREXEMPTIONS the! old airfield on East 4th St:

walk turned out last week for

i years Under approval of the

County Commission a new one I-
was turned on, at the same time

at Witham Field to serve here- r FERGUSON'SSELF

AS WELL, AS after as the Stuart *acan.

II The old one was erected originally


I field on East 4th St. in 192$ and

ly ''' two years later moved to the ,
((1 area now a portion of the Snug
n No More Blue Mondays. ,FERGUSON'S LAU/
Harbor holdings. That field was ..sELF SERVICE >RY Will .Make WASH

jl b INTA IBLE TAX RETURNSMust leased by: the U. S. Governmentfrom DAY PLAY'' DAY, A Batter of Brand New MAYTA /
Benjamin Douglas and 1. Bring your Laundry, All Other Supplies Vf
used as a CAA field Available Needed. .
ne'Filed With This T* -According To State Law, for airmail However after :
By S P, M, Thursday ApnlXt. Only 6 Days Left. changing hands several times FOR CLEAN, :.CLOTHES USE JENSENS PURE WATER
the land was purchased for Snug / .
We Will Be Clad lot Assist. In Mak lOut Your Applications Harbor and the beacon had to be 'Jen.Q Beach I. Fanou.' 'For ii. "

moved three years ago about 200 the Softest and Mot PW..r ,I.. the $u,; oii norjj.. .
and Return
ft. westward to a lot owned .

I jointly by J. R. Pomero,. Senator
Evans Crary and Judge A. O.

1 A. C. COWSON on Kanner.dismantling this lot The expired of Government the yesterday beacon Is lease and expected FERGUSON'S SELF SE VICE LAUNDRY

in the Immediate future Form.rly. '
Ferguson' .
Darkening of the old beacon Shop, Stuart
MARTIN COUNTY T X ASSESSOR was. ordered when It was explained

flyers were being misguided Ampl. Parting Space
tqr the light by being unable Plenty of prying Uses
jl 1 Paid Political Advertisement. ,
I 4 to land on that field which SOUTH END OF JENSEN BEACH Oil '
f ja.r ja. I has'been years out of service! for several WATCH FOR SICNpAG1

r t

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1-dl nt decll1\ed nunututurinE, 1,000. In' pelkE' Feb-em- | mtminnniuiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii Stuart Sailfish, 'iiMiiiiniiiiiiniMiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitin/Miiiiiiiiiiiiiii'Club: Fishing/ ; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiM News: ""'Report"""For"nTh"Wk""ll" I elieMl Last ", .., ,j,fi''j 'I I'I:

iiiiimiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI BY RICHARD FAY = YnmTtoi all''
a1. h ci..ahTnan of MARKET UNAVAILABLE! I -- -- __ -- __ __ WARNER, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 1 mar i ;,,1 ,
.. ------- I VMS *<
:21 Iftortda Industrial;; level:(of ea.J .- Prlando, April L (fNSIFrult.hunI1' > fact:: that buttons are awarded I I rellewi! J VYlB"rCreomulslon <*iptly because -"
February Tournament ;;
; The cent below Europe has not Special ForSportsmenGET It toes! right to VM seat of the, .
gp worker. was. per developed a pott-war market lor for length. Everybody's:: satisfied, I trouble tohelp looapT and expel?. ,
iM1Mfpjg Florida citrus because has germ laden phlegm id aid nature. ,
pyuiry .,- of lack everybody an even break Of benjffaw, tender in-
to end
-- soothe
CONStJMFTION Of dollars, Or. Fred A. Mots, fruit course, if U>* /fish was to be named bronchi mucous mem'
lnlpecllon bureau of the specialist of the Department of I I HOW TO'MEASURE measured 'for contests anywbert'else I brsnes.Tell 10/druggist to sell yew ,
toe Agriculture' office of foreign 142 BASSIN Prizes For Longest Sail Caught A SAILFISHBy a bottle of Crjnulsion with the un*
:f r.en gaLf :t gpeoimeae4M330 : agricultural relation said It should be done the derat ndingjfa must lib the way It
:: 4 here CI181-1 quickly ally* the cough or you\ are
gal, of kerosene wereOOO"I'"ed recently adding that plenty of ERNEST LVO.VS ical way, square across to have vjfTr money back e .
in Martin County durUK -I If Cltru could be sold l In Europe DAY'S SPORTNew \\And for the Outstanding CatchThe Hugh! WlllougTiby hat bounced -but we know of no contests CRITOMULSIONI '
currency were ended
anywhere else which do, not '
ftbruary ball goby 'I' [haChestCoId..lronchltis ,
I to Salty Maltants\ and backto 'hsCo : ,
number of new entries;; in the annual fishing us on how to measure a sail- weight. and weight alon-;. .,.t
DA EL'S York Fly. Fishermen tournament of the Stuart Sailfish Club, should augur well IUh./ Wrote Hugh: ""Some fishermen ------------ -- r
/\ Return All But Twoto the variety of fishing! ,visiting-members of the Sports- have been measuringfrom t

DRUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS WaterIn man's pilots Asuoclation! will have during the special tourney lh bill of the fish to the I ,

MODERN loDA FOUNTAIN sterling today, weather permitting which has been lint of the tall squared (iff,. as L ?Jo.uJtodiJh B :, n i ,
just/ one day of bass finning arranged for them by the club, have measured from,, the tip of 1' l 'LJII 1;
and TAt Delicious Sandwiches the saiinsh lies naturally. Others
I Piste Lunches In the! bark country with JOt Stuart Saitflsh club It preenUng ---- I II
Daily Newspapers7S< (art News McNamara guide Sigmund ( gold sailfish statuMtelas I caught the bill. to the tip of one end \ot 2 ,Jla6..1.0 fJjoJJ.., ': f ;
on Cant Toloy's Miss the tall, gtrttchcd. which elves II '
Cohn caught 89 and ,
W. Handle Swift' Ice.am. Wormier 54., record not.Otto awards for a even
caught (and 2l for the
expected l to be believed. The outnlandl.ig caich of the tourney A nice, lively I'/i-ptxmd' \ bitam replied that "The first system web reel yw.....la toll a data, IIII ,

DANIEL't"T tact, as reported her last week, other) than the longest sallflsh. hooked on a tiny black fly somewhere Is correct. Always measure your pw'nsdmb.gMtmbdmlereehaksp: t 1,1 1,1c..n'j '
that Wormser Is 80 years old, and The longest sallflsh entry will \ In the back country by sailn U.from the Up of.lie\ bill may bo M a mail malodjuilmml that l

+ }. Friendly Spot in the Post Of f ice' cade" Cohn: 78, is quite incidental In also receive a (-ounce TycooniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiii 8 Oberhaus of Stuart. Cef _to the 'tall squaredoff with a to hoping you down. ft nay bo .lot. Knl g \ tl,, 11''' :
comparison to catching bass at talnly 'the bream was lively stick pr yard stick"Now symptom ol lenttUjif,. ....... Whatrvor Ith 1 1
,I I the rate of one every two min I l I i '" t I E l / I was still bouncing around as It tor both Hugh andSalty's ,a>o youiMll tbo bonolU ol.bit IpwwMat .L y 1 I 'f

utes. All but two of the fish were GAVE PRIZES hung on the scale Information I will explain sad. adrko ...... U foot tea ... A wool $ t'4$ i 1 1
released. Down at the Flihnol, where M. Why STUART SAILFISH CLUB I
The potcoalaao! of, days .last. eon Ieoo eouUbo
Tycoon rod Templar
ELI GATPhon With their'' p Payett gives that soothing MEASURES; THEM STRETCH:
265 fishing crony oi Feel and cash award to mate ED. send Enpowlituro be bai'plialt bllli t I I
to all la
forty touch anxious anglers ti
years standing, Jacob:
.;VD'E6A f 15TRUE"J Mehrlust, all three came to Stu in the special price list were there has been good 1 bottom fish For, years and years the Club could bo ndWod. V/ tooclo would lob .M. if

,wr, lcJlowouR art trout New York City: about donated to Stuart Sailfish Inc and excellent snook fishing ; Insisted that all sallflah be I (hit tlmplo pcocoutfooi-"_ your dace .bo* ,

ANA "VO RATN two weeks ago. It was their first Stuart.Club by Been The Hardware PljrRex boat Co.rod of with William J. Rennie of Jensen, measured; from tip of bill to aline fe..ko l..n to_,our r' 2 '

TO tin Mine here, although\ the,' fished Beach catching snook on a fly- drawn squarely across that I I: ,
WHAT was donated by Sally Mallants __ _
the Evrrglades forty years casting; rod, casting In'rl ht under tall But we found out that> See Your '_u '
p0/ $ Thelumber"FOF What they achieved here fishing editor' of the Miami the mangroves! and shafting neither the Miami nor Palm I A I'
shown anyone interested the'!alll'j' Daily News. ) and 4 pouncfcrs. He uses a fly Beach charter boatmen measure Family Doctor 'I'
Hh tential value of I iimmiHiiiiiiiHiimiHiiimimiimiiiin/ I I l P of his own design, a double. them' that way and It dawned !!
upon fresh water fishing, now sallflsh /hackled streamer affair, with on us at length that we were ,; RegularlySTUM : 1 -, !I I'r I
l t Q k, Dependable that the traditional river fishing I boat from rod which, the captain IS caught of will the fed In its body and white feathers being rather silly I measuring I! :
ours the short way while they tj
has been ruined In the St. '
--a SERVICE Lucie by the silt pouring through receive a Templar reel, and the Considering the number of measured theirs the long way I 1'j f
the open loek4.At I mate a cash award. A Plyflex angler. who this year have cast 'Another little rlnctum which i I DinJi!) ; }
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO HfNDLE ANY SIZE JOB I I I boat rod Is an additional award I for fresh water bass with flies, showed was the fact that ) ''j 'j ,
the Pelican before
Hotel Just I for the outstanding catch division. i Ill outsider tPOI I THE REXAlL ''t ; '
to an some charter captain* 1'1!
ESTIMATES EMITTED they returned to New ,
| we asked Cohn and I I ae'and more Is this type measured the short way whll I J Phone 11 / : r :i j jI
they had used plugs. york'i As explained In a specially {I-Of fishing being used In a country others measured the long way, { !
printed leaflet being distributed hitherto dominated by the and nQ amount of argument
Plum Service "N3ver. they ,
Volrath replied
ing you must capitalize the to the pilots the "outstanding"catch I plug and trolled lures. 'could bring about uniformity .A I I
may Include another sailfish snook N
Charles Cole
throughout." / great[ tight dawned If ev"rv- I I
.LARRY vo RATH In fact, they acted as shocked I at well a* a lovely imrmald. who stayed at the sO"hm'l body was allowed to niea..olJrr I ,

Ill Akron A.,... 1 Stuart, Fla. by the Suggestion as would your The Judges are Neal C. Bishop, I many weeks Is now back them the long way then everybody I" I
traditional I president of the Stuart Club; York. He left last week and would have an even break I \

--L-_____ nngler on the English Test dry If some fly trout one I fire Chief John Mann, official \he left behind him a memo-390 -sine: the play-il-straight boy.I I :E1 I ::: I
balled him with: "Hey, buddy welgher-lnj; and. Ernest Lyons, I pounds of snook caught, and would be neck and neck with' '
do you use worms?" I Managing editor of the Stuart caught by a man who will be 85 he fudgers. I j

ANTroUE SHOP Files and streamer files were News. All entries must be years old this Junel! There Just alnt no way to''' 1 '
SANTOS I brought to the fire house, to be 11 I'
at Jensen, the faithful I
Up i //1
the lures. The patterns did not measure a vallflsh than from Up' 1
weighed or measured, not later I have been rewarded with several I :: l lI li
seem to matter for the bass took pill to tip of stretched tall
I one and all.alike. I than; t pin Sunday evening. nice runs of sea trout off the Dial's the way it's teen done up J
.:::11 In addition to these awards, span, and the carved t cocoanut I !
"It ilia lively occupation, fishing here (and In Palm Beach i for i''ii I t
+ a d the eaplaln of the charter boat, heads hanging from Joe Pitch :
for bass here said Wormser. several ysrabecause: of the !, ,;\ ,
which bouts Uw longest said will ford's bait place are all smiles. ------- -- '-- i ,\ .
"The bass from ; .
.f y I i lonesome."' you getting 'i receive a 12-0 Pfluegar reel:and 'j I And now, with this week's /fishing ...::: I "". 1

fir i | Meanwhile, Wehrlust I was: his mate, $5. review, we say au molr. LOYAL DER OF i \
I I islanding alongside his friends I Jerry Smith, one oI the dlrec- !, For the help and encouragement M SE
r Made to 1 i and we asked him what he\! had tore of the sailfish club, 1 llason I' we received during the season, STUART OBOE tie.MECT5 1
Ji beenlshlnl'/ for. 1 I man between the pilots and the i i which meant so much, we are 00 P. rot
OrderCome 1 I' "Oh for anything, from trout (! club and hi officially extended i 1 1I 'I gfatful: arid always shall be I h. se EACH n QNTH CUNCSDArt Change""i '
; to cats." the club's greetings to them yesterday and to one and all best!; of luck. Moose tome
{ in i I : .t I .when they flew Into) Stuart alwayS .S. fEDERAL IUfo"WA\ I i
s 4y t'n h : DATES OF COMMEMORATIVE: I I A few Of the pilot* arrived I I 1 : :i '
1 t'I "A.- ,, I STAMP ISSUES; GIVEN the day before. AU are stayingat R. A. CREEN SEEKSCOMMISSION ,
rr I'" I !' the Plcan) Hotel or the Sunrise POST ''
'r J
The U, 8. Post Office has announced I Inn t II 'I
Estimate the dates and first-day It was, Indeed, a Dusy week Form Rep: R. A. "Lex" Green r' ', i
sales points, of five commemorative at the fire station because of the of Starke has announced his $EAUQRSE
postage stamps to be \Issued i latest entries. Here they'are) : J candidacy for the State Railroad ,I! t
Oil Painting Restored B Artiste this year, Thy are; Four Robert L- flirts of Lawrence, and Public Utilities Commission: \ '
Chaplains stamp, Washington, :Long Island. 31ft-pound! barracuda subject to. the Democratic 1> ( I 'I'' !
Bric-A-Brac and Chni) / ended caught aboard Curt Whit- maries.. ':!, '
D. C.. May 28; Wisconsin Centennial. TACKLE '
M Madison Wit, May 79; :War's Oulf Stream and Martin Green, born In Bradford ri-1 'rfl'' J'II
Francis Scott Key Frederick. 61UKa ibis father) 4 f3 -pound ty, Is 86. lie was graduated COMPANY \ :

Md., Aug. 9;, Will Roger Clare. .ambcrj'ack caught from the same Bradford County. High HUGH ib. q qI "1 I ;
NELLIE PEZZOr/ Owner I more Okia.j, Nov. 4; ,Joel Chandler craft J.:'D. Gray of Stuart a43pound and the University of Florida. I : ;
snookllcaught i' :
Harris, Eatonton: Oa. Dec 9. snook (some He studied law ay Yale, and was
trolling in the St. Lucle j admitted to the Florida Bar and Pal0ins Plugs I 1
Ougbterson Bid,. Stuart, Fla. SERVICE SET IP river on a preek chub. B. D. to practice before the U. S. Su- FOR. : 1,
Gainesville; April 1.-A public Radford of Greensboro N. C. preme Court I Penn leer Reels '

--r---- -...- I administration clearing servle a ZOVpound\ grouper alsocaught In 1944, he resigned from Congrss : Rod an Reel Repairing TAX j
which will make surveys and on the Oulf Stream; and was commissioned alieutenantcommander I I j
THE HANDYHOT consultations on city and coun- C F, Rlsche of Milwaukee, In the No Del a ,
I ty Governments, and State oxen-, a 10-pound blurfln/ tuna Mrs'l Navy. He was attached as Jcgalofficer I Prompt Service A Home: Town Vel ran Pledging : i''

ELECTRIC PORf ABLE WASHER des available on request has from Walter Johns' Opuh, ,on the staff of, the cnn Reels Appraisal. -*- \ .
been set up at the University of Walter S. Ott, also! of Milwaukee I mandant of the 14th Naval District Sou Bend Tackle llperience !

MUMlAl TUI CATAIOO NO. HIMMIMMf Florida. i a.30Hpuund: Jack crevalle I We M S I ea Parts of Reels for All Qualified; and through Progrtttfre, EoV lion interest, : ,:i :I L'J! ; J l'i,I!

.tI r Here Are School/ Fishing 'Essays' HarryKwinglehurst serer "Lets HatAA {J.,! ; 1 ;I

Otd 'tie Highwsy i I I.t
iJ'.tl j I -- ((10", t'"tlel,, Ad..,""m'1 i
Near seen Beach
"lIyl Price I to my mother who cooked it and fun If you art not a goo.( sport i' "Ii iii'
LIKE TO FISH when someone catches more .. !
Oh Boy; was It good -- ---- --'- -- -- --- -
By Jack Harris than you. Bream and catfish : t .
I Grade SJ : Many p2oplellke to go fishing are my favorite fish to eat You '
too because of the pleasure thereis
learn about different kinds uf
like to take my ball, rod.
in It..You flab and how live and what
reel and go.down on the river.I .
like to find a nice shady spot go out by'"'a little creek fish are good to eat. I like fishing I
I under some tree on the river in the woods, bart your hook and off the banks better than t

bank. I bait my hook, east away throw It in the. water,, then And In- a boat It it different 1 from I t
r out and let my bait sink to bottom a good 1 place to sit down. I any other sport I have tried. If
The ,Bun Is almost ready to are worried t some I
i of the fiver. thing r sit
set in* frogs are'croaking all\ I It willget off your
and wait for
I Then I sit down t
around you and you can heara Wind to go fishing. I had rather bf't J
( the fish to take the bait, I like Due io circumstances; we will :
down the creek I catch fish than I had eat them. q
to feel the first nibble, .then that splash echoes way for, miles.Then April 24th, hoping to reopen tie] fall I with a '
another nibble, then he swallowsthe Honorable Mention larger stock and new lines, We ant to make I
ball The fish knows something the silence Is broken by"Splash" WHY I LIKE TO FLSH iI
it our policy not to our pent stock till
carry [
wY Is trying you almost fall overboard "
and he
JO CAlif Is wrong By Van Smith
to go. to the deepest part of ;the I you are. pulling as hardas Grade 1 nut fall so we are having a ranee which: .1' i

river.I I you can, Then when you Most of :my fishing 1 IS- done, will be slightly above cost (wicf the exception l' I
WASHES 4 MIN'S SMUTS set It In find outIt merchandise covered uncle he Fair Trades '
like to sea the line cuttingthe I finally you on the weekends with shy fath- ; *; v
e 01 y TO I SHOITS AND Is ''a catfish/ But can Act). ; '
smooth water and to feel the er. Some people choose Okee- ,
'UNDIISHIRTS jerking motion of the rod In my always try: again. chobee, some North fork some \ l
.e'OI II TO 11 PAIRS 0'MIN's If have never been fishingI We hope that you will takAdvantage of this -
hand. I like to play. In a hard- you South fork, but my father and ''
SOCKS i i- fighting flsh. suggest_! you try it. I have- a paradise of our own. It big savings for gifts for leather's Day and ,I

e 01 10 tO 11 AITKUS Of One Of the most Important If you don't get many remember I is called Blue Cypress The only j graduation. n ,
SILl OK RAYON things Is to taste a fresh-tried t.hllllogan: )you might catctt-, sign of civilization\ Is a small, I
We take this oppiftiunity of I t
want to ; :
a 01 10 oiApf MMP>% now bass and to see! the grins when 1 one, you might catch ten" but I shack about eight feet off the expressing ,
a 01 ONI lip SHEET 1 show/ people my string of flab regardless of chi number be glad water. It's small and anythingbut our heartfelt gratitude our friends and r{
and tell them about 'The Fish\ .you got them. lavish\ but suitable for a I patrons for their magnificen yuppoft of our I, r

"ANDYHOT ELECTRIC PORTABLE.. HER.- That Dot Away." 1 12nd I night or two, ; enterprise., \ I :
Ide 3rd Prize As a rule w.' get op In the; 1 'j
a| lot apartsneaia. summer cottages, or asl uppla Prise WilY 1 UKE: TO HSU morning around seven o'clock

agent N> the large washer or laundry service fiAdsy today WHY I LIKE TO FISII By Richard Smith and start: fishing. We have found I > '.
washing.: The aluminum By John 'altonGrade Grade SX that the bat time to fish for Respectfully Vurs, ,I
sgitstor gently aitoerouhlr 7 like to fish because It Is" ex. I large mouth black bass U early ,
cleans dodge with large washer parlor nce.Tib Many people like to &h because citing as a sport or as a living. (fn the morning, or late. in the Gerald
and IValrice LaPointaLaPOINTE
tttt .....n. gallon capacity and washes up to re.Pounds of the excitement there I like to catch fresh water bream evening. I
U In It. For Example" ,'take the and bass. I also like togo fishingIn The biggest thrill for me Is
of dry doch,.. Ale cooled motor', S experience I had,. the ocean: with a net. ;It III when grandma bass comes out I
A.C curnm; I i j.rolti, ,'JO-60 cj elea Z $ It 'was early one 'Saturday ,' fun to make a big catch. I have from under her big castle! ofcypress
morning when my brother and never ben sallflshlng but I think : knees and tries to see "
UKinor mmen. ALSO AYAUNIi .,..*. I decided to go down to the city It would be fun. Everyone!: that,, bow hard she can hit. : .
dock and try our luck. Around [has been lays It U. I Ilk* to go'. Usually one of us will use a
HUTTORADIO noon I was pulling In my line camping and flsh. all day when weedless spoon while.the other '
about the twelfth time when I.. they are biting good and come uses a top'' water 'plug. Even \ I Imported Costume Jewelry ,
realised there 'was a tug on U. i In and eat fried flsh. It U exciting .- though we don't get them on.
and APPLIANCE I pulled hard until I I: had the]I ,to let a'big mud nab of abase day w$ go back as soon as pos Victory Arcane Stua\t, Floridannouncement
.e Ash upon the dock. on your, line and try to _Ibl.. You know they don, bite r
) ..., Stuart, Fl..- I took it home and showed It pull him' In. It la not much 'every day, 4-
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l a I Stuart, Martin every County Thursday, Florida at 'A eant-lI'Iajor,, hailed a recruit, Plants For Florida GardeBy

/ by Stuart Daily News, Inc., a who was sauntering forth in battle
/ fACt Florida corporation dress and conspicuous brown shoe A. H. ANDREWS

Entered u aecond- lass'' mall "Where did you get those! Ihoesr'"I (Address corretponaeace: "to Ettero Florida>,
CUD matter st the post offlct at
ATVA Stuart, Florida, under.the Acts 1 had them A private life sir," SFASOMNC Of" AUSTRALIAN from the tree, And M i f

s of March (, 187B ansd the recrot. PINE TIMBER characteristic of overt! ; brat;

A FREE PRESS a 35 YEARS OF.SERVICE "And 'what t' wore! yoU\ hi pifvutelifer" In '1''lIfor.' FIII.id", aIling with tree were thy and IInl't1lif, !, L,I
o ,. From
span oilier eoastal cress, of the state erS personal em"'"
Palm and Tk Slmrt r.ffr' N>nft 0.ret..er Australian Plies were up- with them, I would nut .fT.,. '
: 1 the stock exchange. a
tb. Slurt Tim.,. U> firmS a.w.A' .- was pn !! many
Wllhttacilll ... ., the hurricane of lust ground room. 1
FREE PEOPLE I. e bn.b.d 1. 6tuuq A..N u the routed. by
and tk Hurt sir, said' unhappy recruit
r..Nnrar with of them
II hsix
s4 : ... September:and to< (
slbly rri.e.7.l Ht6rtoki .... U.IIy x.w.wu .n" "So. And did you; have a silk Mug cut, (('IIr firewood. WANTS HISTORY Ot
.. .. were
? I Ir ..to.d.d.tt.. ... '.....1'lift S...I Is. .. lb'h. V P07(4 1Ci bat u well* K"aliani| the value of this hardwad MERRITT8 ISUJ
"p.aY. t larld. Pt..IoM.. Yet, lir"Then'lIid," \ tunlxr 1 resident of that From: Mist Julia R Urst ., di.

(be sergeant-naji, fll' : town writes 'tq! i Inquire M .tot the, office of Mirrittj irk

caustically, "why chart )you wear : poKibihiy' of f seasoning tl"". n '"* comes' sn wqiifry ati .idi{, I
that also?" lunilxTTl! .. tory of that Island on j I It f.

MEMBER ((3)) J 1948 i Into the recmir eyes came! alook ,le curing of( Casmiri". (Australian that Coast In of the Florida., Truth 'b,

of mingled horror and itsrt'duhty \, fute) tinilr for IIwk>gs ii early div t il. itt
Englishman settled
u he replied qnestkminglyi.. something of problem owing Mti on t
"With brown shoes, Ilri'?"-Iaily >ndcncy of this! wood! to lit bet home" now kino, u'

-- I cR Telegraph (London), ewrwrvtly Similar. difficulty Land, that, on 'K'IU.i. t 1/), ,
f BDW1M/ A. MKNNlKiat PqbU.-';';;' MILt. 1 r, iplil hat lxn p/nced/ In the ** prnuch of enen'tny! (,ufp, ,
KUSKT: r. IXONKMVIN .. Eda.r I EXPRESSA 1\,1"4." .l )lilt gold and ml. ,
: of wtalyplus tlmlier sG
A. MtKNINKkRWJUJA" ,u. Cloy Edit, s toning
In two bras ..
I !:' H. III'l'CtftLL A4..Il.sa\ 11._ minister, traveling on song f of wool! of *hkh M very Iwaiilifu pots son
1$11111.1./ MKNNINltK' a._.. Yaur.a.r those that at !'when properly cured 1. Jwrwono mfnnt the premise, that (lie tin' (ro>

'ass,, MART ..HAHTM4N' _--.:..._ ? aeiOty. Fits., waytrains on the aide line Mop was everystulkm rending .. .. lug trea toIHllh/ of the* lime his landed"" treasurer, .forced was him lHirn.il hi tin" ,h

SUBSCRIPTION RATES his, Bible, bert te full of' woht'ire' When cut| I
_.,1IaU. .. .. rind him off a prisnott ,_
> 0. m SIM T Y..s tautti'nr'tse the' railroad Into and exposed to sun and "'"
"rind lxxit ; logs!
I madU. known----r-----, mu .pNterno' .. n. ......-_.. .xe.N i.. fiIIhl r 0 In, that anything\ bark" allied tlie'cductor <... air a moid,,, 1 shrinkage. !: of the sapwood -: the l last heard of him, ,L: ''I,
'.., i...r i H l..r.7. ubJ..nionabM: : adrrn.nt.. .. j2 trwuei canning severe cracking / name In unknown\ and) l. !
llt'lia Aa.eel.ad 'Y u M. u. to. rrpublie.rbn at aM M. I ss lie reaOxd' fur lIlt! mill '
utre'a ticket tir thwking, '1116 only way to i ferred to only us II l> 4 h

NATIONAL EDITORIALm l "Vet," replied the ,mmhkT. "In avoid this, ajuwHiitly. (Is by slow : Englishman:

1 .the first U Ihat "f wasonliiR.. 1In Mind King cunstiene". 1 Ita
Very chapter! says
mu tlie' Lord made the *,lit days l of wooden 1s1011' read that the /tslaml it Jl.,' (itriot's |
creepingthing /
c every building where oak tlmliers" were Island because Gtiior, U

OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 5M ,-The Royal...........Nelghlwr. empfcn/efl J In the framework, it I I. rift mode his>> "heudijnirh" c I II,

to. w.da..d r,..' I..nsii/ed/ -.Na.l..ly th' p. I or .11. Ih DEFIANCE said) that Ow bwlily cut klgs'were during the Imlliiu, wart I II In\,;)
t 0.wt prrtt.d In ebb wwtpaer' ..Io,. .. :II"I. dhp.trb.0, Immedmttlv immersed ill ponds or in your'.files ,aitvthinf>> clot. : 1 1I

"But>> my dear"' \\'IeIIf'd lie prior rivers and lift (6* a considerable I Memtt'l M.uid |than| IIkllI., t]

WELCOME, SPORTSMAN PILOTS little henpecked huslwndhat l '' lime, checking' befog tlun obviated i light on the hlvtnrt ,.t.ti" hk'

!Stuart and/ all Martin County extend the hand haw I done row? You've! heron by tins shin l seasoning, method. ,1 I I I' The foregoing!( I is/all t,ran
talking for hall an )bow, and I love. noticed tint trt't'liII..... by f have alwoluti-h" raM\..'
of fellowship this week to members of (the National Sport1l- "
haven Said a word lightiling/ Out' have, Mood 1 bug of anything pertahiiiy, 'tell.l j!
1'ilots !:
man u ; Association "\0, snapped! his wife "you ..
iu nuestkm. South ii
time (Hi the sliow little If tiny '*' M
The airmen at the Invitation of Stusrt's own haven :arid, anything, hut YIRI'W signs of (decking" stump, more likely be! Inow< !J Jresklent ;nr
-- "
Srmlin' 7ark :Mosley creator of the nationally knownr'Smilin' I len listening In a most aggilivat /It is possible] that halving or of the Fkint'' I CMDWELt WAS Rl ;lIt manner, and I 1'01 not) going to
) Jack adventure! cartoon have flownto of freshly cut logs
air strip stand for ft' .. Cumberland Pret rr/llrb'f.awllllC !: ClIERIMOYAToT ,
Witham Fjeld from all parts of the United States It d,.-'n't t do any good to try ylerian t night n11oll'e( the trndrnry to ''Ofr(

They include nationally known professional,, and over 'Spilt milk or Hood water check, : as with a reduction. of the IN FLonll)'\|

amateur leaders of aviation in a close-knit, selective group. Ride 'Em Cowboy <.itlir'; hut it may do some good SURPRISE/ ; ipwmxl' area there \vonld be Ins A retired\ SnlvatKn\ 'ii"ti iIliving ,

Their purpose in convening here aside from !such' 1y! FLAW lo I look" \hrm!+ and there. at what fending, apart of tine' 'fibre when In Fort LaikWUi*
tusinpss as' will be transacted in to have fun in Florida.They'll CApN! liup|>eniiig now and! start Some Lillie Mary wo lieartlwolcnwlien '' seasoning: /However' mice a 1..1tl.all.thl'I' concerning the tropical iilillmas
f golf, enjoy deep flea fishing, take scenic trips (Glint Reporter) / planning ubiiuf" for the" (futureIn .herpes. mousy An-4)., awl |to l'i-.l ll 4w. f fhe

and In the course of their four.day stay here will be "sold" hlr, tn the pacify her, her fattier. gave ,her an' there, seem, little! ,hope' of salvaging / .has a fried living i h'l'w''
3'I "unsold" on the advantages of this particular part of A jiiky.tr0der" harl, 'tlf\ with fixinV. all you\ can eat >! anda .of 1945 message Oov, Caldwellplaced: empty cigar bile and, with II1IK'" it for lumber. South Australia. WH ; i d! ai.

Sr londa; ; five event professional. Rodeo' In which Florida. top powhoyl will ut or near the top of his list of orremiHiy' assistml"" In binding del. of growing that. fruit tine *; II

It s up to us every one of us ->- in what contactsare compile, fur cash money' ruder Rodeo/ Association rules, is scheduled \things he .believed were greatly); box In tuner, garden 7111: LA\CRA IIENARSI obtain plants or ..*ilt.

i made' with these 160 visitors to put forward our own /lor Sunday. April I.lth. at Troop Bint Ranch, .Indnmtnwn' twenty i needed! by FlorhU s recommendaIKHI -, "Dad" whispered Mary, after 'MASCOT The Cberimuya IH 3's' brand of Southern hospitality. They, in turn may be depended milc"t west of Stuirl\ for creation of t State Water the. funeral Was.. rotor,"do'O', think A frkirkla correspondent, writes: ( ), relative
upon to spread the message of this area as a fine I \tiirtin County Cattltmens Atwx.lulon. h Commission, with money and an- my tattle! canary will go to I haven 'IM may recall having received sugar apple/ ", biillixk'' !II/'IIf\\

place to live and when their time comes to retire to rotting the show and pciliups I an ott ndat\t'e prot 11I.I'y l to engineer! s control program ?" Inter last year telling of mango ilatna., Native of the. 'ntj| : ..
Florida or spend a longer Florida vacation, it's a cinchthey'll if /! expt-tt: to prevent' tioixl; conditions "I:1 believe. he, ."will doar.'J'l'J>Iic"11 (toe Ih"t1/ $ heavily. Liden with Peru, and later kitriKliKwl' trier
2..VIO for fast "
.; remember! '' the St Lucie-Indian River section |ieople hungry! /( good cetykr mat at the sane time correct hood 1m fatlMV. "Why?" (,I\n.\ unusual) for lest year. I .fully in Central I Am.:': Vnoiithrm
mill :
all then all
afar eat
iMiiiiiiiiinriiiiiiiiiiiitiiimuTiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti iiiiMiiitiiiiiiimiiiHiMiiiii I they, can they' drainniy pr.idkrn trial,,am' kwwr-< "1 was only .tlnnUiK, <<," mtrnurcod bark a fimt, to the Forum at Holly and ( Calif'in' ;" Ii t ,
can litoe -----I lean, leathery cowboys ruling rtn II wxxl Ust. .and tViiBflrd to the l L ;ii j<
: log the \Stoles fresh water table the youngster, "how crews St,, year (it wot proved adapted i
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR high, wld.,1uuKlsnme. buckui, horses! luittishln'stuers. over large areas' These practiceshe Peter will be when lie. opens theM m a Langu In-nasal. Tlie tree mate of South FkVfcU, I 4rt, *

11lIlII11tlI1111ll/III1111Illnllllt11111111111111111111111' / 111111111111111111111.1111111111tlllll. Calf roping charge'hull-doling fur] the dmilile, thrills event", spills,,'.thillsAclinission bar-. pointed/ out, already' nave and finds 1L Isn.t cigar!! afterall.Gtpper 'las, slams no sign of putting on the pionee mwwryinaiiCelkm '' '
j our fresh water' sources to > WVIy (mil, thai jtdue lo damage I classed anK"lis\ | \
"hectic, !' and rodeo : Is $1.5tt( for adults.
This> is a column about mime" of my neighbors TIle most Interest I Seventy.C.ap' a dangi!! 'riMis degree, to the hifhryof caused by the hurricane, though billy (fruits.
nt all is lo behind the other fellow counter and find I .. Flagg live cents for chilluns. The. brfrbrcue! starts at 13 |
nip pursuiti go firms and cities alike; while FELLOW TRAVFLERS-. _? there was last,. one' medimu! d Strange to relite' tin 4tai':.
I mil! what makes his buiines! Ink That I Is precisely what I was doing! ,..lock nrxin The ,.Kll'l/.ot 2 p in. sharp aggravating!! Ilixxl conditions: else limb /liroki, ." moya rrtSi tecalW llu te' *

'1. I lie. other day> at'the jewelry store run by Clal'f'IIL't"IK/ Ethel Walker, jnn hay top hand /at the Troop Bros, Ranch: who. was In, Miami whereCiikfwell, Sam had fallen again, and his ; ,flak\, ni 1 19H, t wat developing cwifully fniltv.1 1 In South fir,
) r jitij! when "tick! I lain "hiking about Watch UK Walkers 'pastor w..i lirakliiig| I hits, for It.
: say your I host week her the Alt lorida. (Cliainpiomliip, Rodeq said two non"*" "atf he
more !lul..resl..d In wattli,.! than in their because come, gnrrkd|' l,
Are ,
your own made| the Bowl loud ( system, similar to thai pmlion of 1IIIk', h Wat to, he planted of t the late Clcnii Back I b V'
were over Orange speaker to XXI people' : \ .,all the. Cit Ix'liin'
I alt import;nil part of their !business,, Is to keep your watch running m you of the TVA. In the hill and lake i )<< say; meShatan In Exit Indian Aside of our curreiipiaKldit 'Jr"
work iilxint "our Indimtown\ I>|KIW. Many welt known' cimlxiys and srvet.iltrick ? mangoes
jIM to on tune The other day they paid JKMI furs IR'W mat I.Ine. .
regions' to prevent rain water from [nun Mulgobiw oral the experimented ales' '
t of its kind I have determine rklirs pniniised ") 1 Ixi }hand and We're : : Ah dare sayJjt, pastur 1 sues' i i'
the lady one ever seen. that electrically In they (M\ tn cut comjiete' running. off ton fast-a water conservation bllle 1 knew:: about tlwm :: been therhnoya! lit /had *''

about, a minute. (just exactly how fast; or how slow your watch is nnmit'll''n. gonmt have, plenty of ,performers good ones tent Well run our" sysh'm that would save lent, very ,wands Drn Satan' fie fltaned; from catalogues. with them u smllim\ ice L
.. < wuker III f tlie machine the ticks of 1 watch say,' 'AQ right, Sam, Eli gut beim' i nursery
| part magnifies your soktud show sn.,iiipy and professional Our Muck, is the hiickuig-eit' tonghestbumji till! supply and at the same time : Thus it was tint on seeing\ the grafted them on 1.1''<' f\
can hear them next<< door. and, a that the tkksRelieve destructive Hood oat. Since we bole !toln'! de same
you tape prints
I ad i slitters In the state Iherell he plenty\ of action prevent mn Uangra' IxniN! to highly touted In stark One factor |tL'l lcontrilHited > a',.
II or not ) run through a device which: immediately reveals lion way, hit cork no diffence/ wld me I
Uty money' (init Jim Days d that your watch) Is running 18 seconds per day too fast, or I ll t seconds Hut tie of" that tike de lead. protwtuit'nice '
1 too slow Now when the wald"n.k! fixes, your turnip, he does not used ht| rodeo, ix.fforinances for' guaranteed cast), pri/ei to winners) threw the Legislature Governor "recommendation year- ,of i f that year, I !bit at it, hook, his tree wire shade "II
$75(H) f I..- each of the five Wit and sinker. investing In several trees of taller growth I copmg '
have to hang. it 911 a hoard on the wall and observe its antics for, several is events call roping. bronc ridings He overheard' and it is noteworthy .
days Loch $111.510( fee which is ad ks) the NO NUNS LA DAn I young' tree Nursery descrip them from the cum' N
rtr a week to d< (ermine whether/ his fixing operation was a SIK contestant pays a entry < tn 'day thul some of the stubborn- .
cess; he knows right: new moiii' cal! split tour ways .'j"tj'; forty percent. Second; thirty est opposition. to his plant/ came old Southern, Negress win klWI given at that time was M foU hey JIM anrnlsttnpedclimate "'<
I Tlutni, 1 twenty, Fllllrth[ ( : ten of the tropfc' "f
from the Everglades area where had 'been her "
vKitire: WiwIiinctiHi jingM fVnursl. One of <**
( Whether his ors
Bob bMllon h.tSIx'f'1I flue at isms Road markers out ol Stuart.aiul otlier. will the ourIntnichiUioiM tree
meat cutter Anthonys Grocery towns noint way Intermittent flood and\ duxijrlilh-. daughter was left at, the Union< Sla loins |fndla| '
which" FAI"IIIK''I1i11'
I Can reiwmlier Boh keeps chiikelis} In hi/back yard as many thrifty Indfiintown. No one wilt get lost trying to find the .new arena both of wlkh would have been twin awaiting her' ,train Having Intro in 1911) for. the do not know I h, ..I.
folks do miwadiyt, and lor u long time !lie suspected that somehody hulI..1/ heavy steel woven wire fence and duties and slock [xns of controlled nr mitig it d.by bin plan- lived In s small community; all her I l'mmiwi to | first, time, of Clearwater\ Flu 'IIB(

was stealing from the roost So he rigged. up a home-rnadn burgher, heavy' stiff pipe painted silver are pcrprtini'' ) problems to land life, she was filled 'with wonder' t : w "very prolific and ta success with chenmov" !H..v

sham with washluM"" and other noisemakers One night, sortiethinK, / Jnn 'Pay Indicated a new entrance gate 'is planned leading. front owmrs. Again .this year fie Leg and! ,amazement when/ two mint 1 1'lorge4 grower have, The fruit it the stock of the Mouittali' *hi! *

touched off the Uirm, CUd only in his shoes and sborH, Bob grahltetl the hard surfaced road to the show grounds so motorists wont have to sliilnre reiniod to do anything came in and fat beside. |'K'r As hug\ ,tu we 3 ever seen, weigh- (A. montana). rraahtuo I*
Ilk six Iffin and ran lor the chicken house He didn notice that his drive, the longer trail through tine. ranch constructive/ ulxmt HOIK! ,contn>) the up pounch 1 uuncc ea ch. have not as yet
properihertill curiosity gut better of( her ,Imle, J
Jihrej flew rich" and 1' ,
followed him. Rob reached the chicken house and water\ conservation
doe As and [pausedtwutiaunly be a public address system, (loud! speaker). for cowboy she asked a porter i "V\hot dow. Mil, <'y, o,!.* Skin yellow age Next to the mangss5'di!' !' '
peering Into the night the dog pressed Its cold nose And the lint to suffer/ from IIf'I\fC'IIII"\
.g.lnllnuh' area .
alUlIJltl1Ct'rnt'nls .
Indies *
music billyhn, of events, time, winners and awardsBleachor two aver dir, dn-ss', in, "Ikli-ycllow rated I .'nlt.>
bare skin. Boh let with troth turrets of the and this Is the cherimnwi Is by
go shotgun legislative neglect Vast
for .
seals are planned the north side of the arena leaving (hesouth bl> krDcya These "Latiguld4 ftumably
Benanfe UWMliing finest fruit of all tine lro|
brought down ,I 11 of his own hens Everglades" region, whence Came "
'. side clear for people who prefer to see the rodto from (un. A nuns"'Nut for cane W *
of yeas without a the yam'
sprinkler wagon!! will keep the arena and parking areas dirt and dust most the opposition( to the Caldwell ? What1 ?" frf
nuns '
Mi. and children, Flood] igu fruiting At length' of stuck I Is with *.
Mrs F. W Hurt and their two live in Palutka, W1ik plan water Is raising came a nursery >> JW
proof h Is good newt for rodeo fans, especially the gals who will "Why h ;, "
nuns when
hart .... very" religious i year they Uire lair A li*"
Sunday, miining "Daddy" suggested\ the family go; for a little nsK]<>ralik> havoc there. this year e ??-. soutliern California.
no doubt wear washable clothes the sprinkler not with- ladies dill lives dernselvet But '
} ride and he promised the youngsters he :would take them somewhere) wagon Iighwayi have bent Hooded and by whardore such /! .- tween the vhvrlmny .id' l]

fct go swimming They<< piled into. the family car and started They ilmdihg traffic' halted by high-water tint no men! tive fruits of gremuiishryelksv" ) and'of apple, known M tie sluimwH
!lauded, in my, Inml yard in Stuart because: the adult Burls wanted to Flashy posters will be displayed. In prominent places Three\ tunes of the back roads In Palm: Beat l lOulI'y I "Lawv. they ho''doe go Into very medimra, flavor, better I'proven successful Siaith blur; :]
daily and 'fur one week in advance" of the barbecue and r.xlop the ]Bt.JI" mighty deep mournin nbout UT-! adopted to rJ.1
i ik fri some pri Ity trees for theiryard, and then they'headed \nt' Jensen have hem untravellable conking' than for eating but will not come true frUlD
..heath Clade JUdto st.itton will broadcast anosncetnentof the programStreet foot rut has broken< ,Magazine DigestWHOS _-- -
for a swan liefure returning home Nothing like s 400-mllo() / out among --
parades ollboysllId cbwg U In ranch costumes ulll) rd'spiril..1 cattle' of tlw area because of{ flood MARYLAND
rtlh.'ind ;JMiint' when you ate finking! for swimming hole or a tree WILL HAVE MORE FORESTS
cowponies. and quarter horses are scheduled for Fort Pierce, cinulitxnis And! the land has suf SHEEPISH '
Ai Aia : Stuart' and surroundingS a few clays Jn advance: of April llth. .1 ferel.'as' shown by the fact that Maryland I la going tu ahead of most other stales 1
k L Lr Lt 1 pilst Camp Murphy on tlie train/ the father/ day and saw furtie. Talking .to a group of srrullyoungster getting more trees, That Colder l
a ( first time how clanged a the landscape since /most of the barracks As a finishing' t In
TuiiWinp( luive hon'nuwetl) away The physical kiyout Is wonderful of barbecue and nwluo. fans the Cattlemen O>ininlttee said "yes"to chnknd !with silt\, school l. s pastor sought/ to emphu- ccnHervttion lava to 1943, the tint comprehensive": 1\

4n |do State Park to I'M' created on this. site. and when the money. f for cnnrnMons of( ices cifld pop ass cream pop-corn for kiddc,. A. Y, Broudfoot; resident U S size Cod* loving; and protecting This law Enacted by any state I ell/
established stale
its wflnpin-nf l i is mide,, ,!ivmlu|>'le, !Mirtm, Counly will! fie very proud olditers' too Engineer st Clewhton,, reported care by drawing familiar parallel. with a forest board four districts In the ]
of tljls asset I And tu from details okayed by t"e'committee at last Friday's; recently tlut the St. Lucie canal "Now I wonder," he sail, 'If the and a district forester and ranirenssder

E A. M meeting' it looks"' like, tin-re's going to be a whonp-de-do. big time at was discharging! 8,000 turbo feet any of you-can tell what a sliep-" >arks and authority' th the State Commission on Forwtt"1I *
hidunlnwii April 11th, Its a Pro-Show under Association rules SAnd ot water ni. second, the Caloosa- herd doe* for hit. ifwen' hankies State Forester Foresters and rang ri

r LOTTERY LAWS puts Indlantown on Florida's big time rodeo circuit Until arena,director hatches River MOO cubic feet. f feeding them?" I full-time'empioyees whb< of the State. There also are war*1
This, Is waited water-millions pi are paid'.only( for time spent ln fighting( forest'
McKenzie toots hi* whistle for the first event after every. 1 know, said practical Tommy The
:. (Editor & Publisher) one s been well barbecued. the slogan I k" "Ride\ 'Em Cowboy tone of It. Not all of tt could one shear) them, ," Protestant nd.'u"'diHtrlctboartl: are composed chiefly pf land***!!
Th- St. Louis Star-Times last !September won an Im- High, Wide and Handsome., Dont PuU Leather be laved of course, but In heavy Voice b rmen, Fuefithtlngapparatus l Is and,gJ1

por,a:', victory, for newspapers, in obtaining Post Office Certainly well bo secin you there with our' boots. and 10 rain'years the Hood water burden each of the districto, and forests both public 4n'are I
t feppr-va) ct t!)!ries,! in which the lottery element only I gallon bat on spur on the Everglade could be lightened PRACTICAL patrolled by the angers,

F FI Fb I'.-sdt 7ta1 to Ihs human\ Interest or story factor. Cap'n and the State' upland water The act seta forth reruaUor\l) 1 for the burning of deg J
?''el'(; hoc been rip inclination in .the Post Office togo I reported by Flagg ,table could be kept at I higher A little girl was taken to the too and i and the removal l of slash' from the vfclmtJf
..l.y furthers The laws written In 1890 are still beingenforced If one should five me a dish of sand; and t.llm. there level with In S system of dama androservoipa the ly1 her lion's father. They and stood) before public highways. It require ,Very commercial 5005']
the Klssfmmee the father
on newspapers In spite of the fact that radio were particles of iron in it, I roijht look for them with and the Valley hoW cage f es to 'rerlsiered and< licensed- forbids the eutli''"
lake fierce
I nD broadcast news of lottery winners without restriction. my eyes, and search for them with ray clumsy fingers, and throughout region. lions .and and strong trees of leas than w Inches diameter in hardwood
That i Is what were, how and less
fht public can hear about the people who hit a bonanza be unable fo detect them| but let me take a magnet and Caldwell wanted track and they ,would than 10 Inch., in diameter In pine etandf'u

nth a sweepstakes ticket but, according to the Post Off jc., sweep through it, and bow would it draw to Itself the almost 'Jo do,for eta. not too tat*. Planning\ The little devour looked human beings U with prior ermiM'on' fiom district board. Clear

they cannot read about it if the Information bal to go invisible particles by the mere power of attraction! nosy a an4#gltttewtde Hood control,water conservation at the lion girl Then thoughtfully the to allowed only Wvhwt rt .to Proved' that the land "",;

rr through the ,;mails. At the same time the-Po 0. aaya Joe The unthankful heart like my finer in the sand, discoversno would/,tnot undo this system '- Daddy if t !lion out of said: _be used for other than forest purposes.
yeuilarnage got
Bow| on the corner of 42nd and Broadvfcy can read about mercies: ; but let the thankful heart sweep through the but the and
once '>> ate what
it in the city edition, but Joe Doaket on RFD 1 can't because day, and as the magnet finds Ike ,iron, so k will find !isevery built it would prevent,system many wo Ilk. boa would I you have up so take number to' Quiet minds cannot be perplexed oi frightgneJgo

he gets the mall edition. hour' some heavenly bleuiags. nustfartuoet la year* to come.-F. I IDayton4 Il bomer"-T 6 Bystander (Lon-get on in fortune 0. ..Wertune a' their prlvtt pa ;
It all seems kind of silly,and futile Henry Ward Beeches Betck Evening' New* dab). a clock during a thund.ntorm; "

Robert Louis St.w_**,

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pIG 'SEE YOUR DOCTOR' Spud Mary and Jeanean of Stuart home in Pontiac, Ill after 10 ...-. '
iw! 8 p e l IiI April t. Livestock DRIVE SPONSOREDBY J. C DeLoach, Mrs Fred weeks! here with Askew'y? sister, 1 ; i i i1
producer received $2:>0- Guild Contest .
I aipP4 aetb aglla alts year atoscU7 274.88 tor cattle and hog sold\ Entry Blank STUART DRUG Pedersen and sons Walter and Mrs. 8. D Bever, and Mr. Bever :
i.51 sm, tESTI March on 11 reporting markets during John, Billy\ Jacobs\ Robert Bon-- Mrs Martha Whittle arrived i.
the current week Recording to Fine Arts Quilt) Inc. In the Interests! of the "See nell Bewail and Betty Bishop of Port home March 21 after 10 weeks in BTDAR7t'' {
A Sunday afternoon.
the exact time that1SJJ" figure available toII.fln Jacksonville Box Your Doctor\ campaign how be. Madison with her mother, Mrs /
a 1003, Stuart Fla.
'fib Mr. and Mrs.. O
H. Johnson
Northern office of Florida SUM Ing conducted throughout Florida Martha Hunter who celebratedher SINCE \1;
plot began to the Markets Weekly wee figures James II:. LlghUpurne of the and children. Jean Rlchard'ahd 84th birthday March 8 at \ \ J
issbpherrethr !ltumh were supplied by 13 currently Bureau of Allied Professions, Raymond Mr. and Mrs Ted her home. 151$ \ '., .
: rMnlspbere. operating Florida market. one Dear Sirs: New York City. Saturday announced Baumgardner. Jr? and Mr andMrs. I Mr. and Mrs B. E. Wilson left ..r i ,
omitting cross cash paymentsfor that Stuart Drug Corporation Ed Johnson of Miami were March 24 for their home in .
animals handled, The 12 has been selected dinner: guests Wednesday of Worthington, Ohio, alter spendIng 1
as S-
TRIP t'waRTAsrfLd co-operating markets old a total ., I enclose herewith! sketch for entry'In your monolP'am'eontest. sponsor of the campaign for the and Mrs. O E. Johnson ;i the season here in their win. 7! t lit I t tBpeclallae
of 3,548 cattle and t 1984 hogi .,, Stuart aNa: art.The ter home, w. ; ; i : .:
6 Manager commenting on cur- D. L. Williams registered room mother and teachers Mary Lou White Visited ': !
TABLETS i I rent conditions indicated good pharmacist and owner of the entertained the school children relatives and Winter I.
friends in
NI.Iwc.aMAaw >1 demand tor cattle, with some in* WAMB: _.__..........._._.._.. .____....:.....___ I Stuart Drug Corporation, said 'at the school house Friday Beach last week I ", :I I.f Ir l.
s !I I dleattont of Improvement in the -this program dovetails with our afternoon with an, egg hunt. atals'f' : ''f '
.... market tor hogs Prizes were given The Mrs. Johnnie Youngblood and : : ,
[ Y.M. __ ideas of the practice of ethical roommothVI !
--- I daughter,Johnnie, Mrs L.E. Roe ,
also furnished : r '
ADDRESS *_:_.._._"' __......_._.M________._ hope pharmacy that the and series It Is of our'S&sincere! Your and bunny cookies for the chicken children of Wauchula and Mrs; Jim Marr For Informal s. I { {
Doctor' '* lunch hour, of Hobe Sound were the dinner! ;" : .f 1 1I :
messages prepared by guests of Mr and Mrs W M REAL ESTATE-I PRANCE '
1 R5 N the Bureau for release over our Mr. and Mrs a W. Johnson Marr Thursday i 'I j ': ;
\ -..:_ _, -' -' <100. -n 0M.: signature in The Stuart News called Mr and Mrs H. W Simmons Welts., cc '
Cash's will Indelibly implant In the at St. Lucie Locks Sunday } I'I''t
Highest minds of the people of our community Mary Lou White .returned FOOT SPECIALIST JOHN E, TAYLOR :! : i I It
1/J Paid ForUSED Your': 'U.1tES the tact that modern home Saturday from Winter C lot Oiceola BIdg, if Phone tlU '
CAR CONTEST medicine':. n conquer virtually Beach' ...h..r.. AHA hfl. "been vl' .- N.. F r_ H.... 8 /ART f '
t every 11or\ mankind provided Itll1'1- iiitiiei: :and friends for 1- I n.... lax 't I \t :
/ Mna.r M. c..b Clwae \
See Us Before 1. ,This content i la open without! qualification to the gen- treatment is begun: soon enough some time. FaEDE .E I. Poarea, 1..Ms.PHON 1f't. { I
Yo or p *}tal public by their family doctors"While Mrs Johnson Whltlcar and dri.rl ;, ,rt ,
Te here Llghtburne of the children of Port Sewall called on ,J < .
2.. Starting Fob 12. entries will be accepted that art Bureau said that In the United Mrs Bobby Thompson last week. ,.,'
SUNRISE fMOTOR COMPANY postmarked not late than midnight May I, 1948.a. States each year more\ than Mr, and Mrs. Albert O Scherer L IREE 'PARKING I Ie I 't.
nt-u s. DIXIE m roar PIERCE ruant $900.000,000 is spent on quackery of South Ford and Detroit were NW ';
IMy Contestant may submit any number of entries each and Sadist treatment by the mis dinner guests of. Mr and Mrs V Right Down wit )' pa I
of which should be accompanied only by an entry guided public, and that Stuart Charles I Conrad of Salerno FILL UP WITH 4SOLINK AND fA* ALL DAY, IP YOU LIKE a r'.. ,
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LIST your ffoms, Apartments and Rental blank. All entries become the property of the Fine Drug Corporation in sponsoring Shores Sunday. SINCLAIIttk LOU BRANCH '
Homes With u Arts Guild.Jnc. and'none may be returned. Decision the campaign locally is voluntarily Mrs Roy E.: Decker of Sa STATION epe..Is. M..Is..wv W.,+ ;
cooperating in a State- lerno Shores was hostess at WESTfALM BEACH FL aIDA Oil..t Flea '
LI FULFORD I of the Judges will\ be final and a price will be awarded wide movement to generally Improve luncheon at her home Monday. \<
I II to the winner only In case of a tie a duplicate prize health conditions After lunch pinochle was played. I
deaf &.UltClUNC I will be given. : Mrs. Peter\ Shore of Kobe Sound \
/ % SLLLINC RfcNllNCtnr Jim Brown accompanied her' won first prize and Mrs. Charles FLOWERS F frJ(All OCCASIONS
MANAC4MUNT: : / 4. Enlri should be mailed to the Contest Editor, Fine home Saturday afternoon to Conrad of Salerno Shores second < ,
fl10t' : Arts Guild. P O Box' 1003; Stuart. Fla. spend Easter In Pompano with Other guests were Mrs I I
Write' P. 0 Box No. 4 J 1m', parents Mary Chandler Mrs. H. M. Voris BOUQUETS CO GES, s CUT FLOWERS i
321 NorlTi! Colorado .Avenue Mr. and Mrs Ray Derringer of Jensen Beach, Mrs Rasmus FLORA $ rANCEMENTS ; S
1 )no 311 Salerno News; who have- new home on Salerno Mortensen Sirs R. R. Merritt, '
StuarV Florida Shores left recently for their ; Mrs. Jack Saunderson, Mrs, JohnAndnlOn DOMESTIC al d{ I Irv{ ORTED CERAMICS I' ,,1
-- home In Anna Ohio after spending and Mrs Edward Har- ,i .
--;,.- the winter here. I I {,
Civic Association rod.Mr. SMITH'S fLORAL & GIFT SHOP f
Sponsors Mrs. W. L. Merritt anil Mrs and Mrs Robert Seal of .( t: I
WC MAKE Or OWN Shclby McCulley entertained the New Oxford Pa., were recent /E WIRE LOWERS ,. I
pre school children with an visitors of Mrs Lydia Stewart. '
Easter Hunt egg Arcade Bid th Sty Ft. Pkrce Phone 310-J( : : '' 'i'1 j
Egg SaturdayBy hunt at the school house Friday Mr and Mrs Thomas Askew I
NEON SIGNS afternoon Lynn Shelton found left by train March 23 for their I +I.j!1::; L' I J ,
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the most ; -- "
-- eggs and Charle.sCrawford
SALES SERVICE M UFACTURE11A5 MRS. O D. QUO LET Chandler called on Augy For- the bunnies' nest. f I
; M I The Salerno Clvlo Association bush. The Southern Methodist '

/ IeTfO A6VEIlTIS9l6ar entertained with an Easter egg A. Wenger left Monday, for his Church and Sunday School entertained H--- i
I hunt at the park Saturday afternoon home in Delmonte, N. J, after with a program Sun- WATER 1)1
Call le Mae Scotten had spending the winter here with day morning The program consisted ; ) lit
charge with SalUe Matherl and .Mrs. Mary Chandler of several Easter songs by -
Betty Jo Blanton to assist hr Mrs Pete Ensen attended the the choir and audience with : I t
Thirty-five baskets were given sunrise service In Stuart Easter Mrs Gladys Perry at the piano Hard ed Corrosive :: :1
to, the children, Mrs Mary. morning a solo by Jackie Saunderson anda ,
Chandler gave prizes to the children Mr. and Mrs. Phllo Hoyt of duet by Mrs O D. Quigley and "'
for regular attendance-in South Bend Ind, who spent the Mrs Fred Pedersen "He did not For pert Advice Consult"F. :r t \ \
23 Old Dixie
HI-way Sunday school Eggs were. hunted winter in Tampa stopped with Die in Vain." Reading*,by Jesse 1 I
StuartPHONE and prizes given Mrs R. their trailer three days at the. Quigley, Jane Baldwin Charles KEITH : I
Mortensen served cookies and Davis Mrs Fred Pedersen, Mrs' I .
276 home of Mr and Mrs 8 t>. Severs t
soft drinks! to 88 people : en route home W. L Merritt and Mrs J;t. WU- RT PIERCE, FLORIDA
Mrs Mary Chandler spent Mrs Sam Hamilton of Miami bar were given The Rev James P t
three days last week at the home who spent two weeks here with C, Zuch of Hob Sound closed .J' i
-- ot Mrs. H. M Vprls of Jensen her mother Mrs. Lillian Mitch with a. short talk on the Risen EAST COAST WATER CONDITK NING CO.
Beach ell, left for her home Sunday. Christ"An ';
Mrs. Mary Chandler, Mrs. H. Her mother Mrs Mitchell accompanied Easter egg hunt at the ,
"DINE and ANCE"SEYMOUR'S M. Vorls and Mrs. Pete Ensen her home for a monthor home' 'of Mr, and Mrs O, D 530 SOUTrL.4th: ST., ONE 884 or 532-W '
Motored to West Palm Beach two before returning to her Quigley was enjoyed J by Mr and f
/last"week. While there Mrs home In Seaside Park, N. J. Mr. Mrs. L. E. DeLoach and.family, tf
AT -HEADS FCC-w and Mrs., Silvers drove them -
down by car.

INN and Mr.daughters and Mica, Shelby Verdle McCulley Mae and YOU ARE INVnCOLIN ED TO/HEAR I

Mary, Mrs W R. Rowland and
TASTY. DELI OUS FOOD Mrs. L M, Arnold attended a '
birthday party in honor of .
Miaec brink_ er on Draft Paula Arnold 5th birthday Sari t
urday afternoon In White City 1111
Easter Sunday in Palm City as !

STEAKS and EAFOOD guest. Lane pf and her family daughter, Mrs 6E ;' I

OUR SPEC LTYIcaacn Mr. and MIL V E.: Thompson I
and son have moved to Lake Alfred

Owner former, Marlon Homan. I '
Joe Ttce who has been hen all I I j

-.-,..........---- winter left recently for Orlando ;
Mrs S. F. Griffin of Jersey
( tW a City N J4 Mr wad Mrs Conrad j
Correct l GOVERNOR
Hair IIJf.1
Shaping Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry ',
is All-Important 4 McCormick of Seabrtght. N J. II I I""i '
left for their home Monday after '
.te. a frank necessity for a smart spending the winter her*. 111 :

eagdo.tnanage Beauty Salon expert coif can! properly Victory here have'Mr.returned been and Mrs spending to Ray their Rantlo the home winter who In 4:30: P. M./ .1 i'y: '\ :, ,1 1

cut and
shape your hair to conform I. Sou Londonderry. ,Vt.
with the contour of your Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Kriser 1
(face and shape of your head. WAYNE COY of West Palm Beach spent Easter 11

Victory Beauty Salon ham styles Coy radio director<< of the Washington ;. here with Mrs Krl *rs" parents, MONDAYAPRIL ), : ;
are longer lasting and created to Post, has born named\ by Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson. ,
Mr and Mrs Eddie Smith ot f fw
four own particular of a
type l'reildcnt Truman chairman
l /a*
t auly. Daytona Beach and Mr and Mrs. r
of the FoJtrul Communications Eddie,, Jones and children, Edward .!tI
Phone 205 For An Appointment ; Commission; Coy b a. native of and Diane, of Fort Pierce .
,SOON I Shelliy. County, loll, were dinner guests ot Mr. and 1; HI": I'.
Mrs. C C. Jacobs Sunday f.
WANTED: ONE FINN Mr and Mrs. Harry Holloway, 5'I'
Phil Maxwell pastor of Stuart i who spent the. season here In AT \ IJ l1! f ''I t
Victory Beauty, Salon Baptist CHurch,' received a letter their winter home, left for their : I ; r
MISS MAllnt'' 1M<(I: this week from Finland It is home in Tom River, N. J last )
I r..I L..r... ,written in Finnish #le hopes week. THE EXPRESS PLATFORjff t. fIN
..e Vlcl.., some former Finlander In Mar- Mrs A. L. Brown of Pompano I
An. at.w6 FIo. Un County will be so,kind as called on Mr and Mrs O D. DOWNTOWN f '. ,
-- to read It to him Quigley Saturday: Mr and Mrs : ii !
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,' ;\ ( 'IZ HELD AT ROtARY |'King team was composed of KIWANIANS SEC ---- refreshments were served oth- end here with Mr{ und Mrs. H.I I Gideon, Mrs E. 3. Ware Ellaabeth!, MTI.:'|Kooenson Hertel and, Mrs Mrs.AIOerln,4! k.
John M taws team defeated Jerk! Coleman Joseph Backui FILM ON In Jensen BeachWOMEN'S Munch I wl Oamwe. Mill Roberto
I and Harris BOMB ers playing were Mrs. A. A. Hen- W Munch and Mrs C H.
Lowery Jr
one headed by Drover King g5T Evans Crary was quizmaster Senator dry. Mrs Lane Jennings, Mri. Mr and Mrs Carl Hoag and
..ta quiz program at theIl1'1'kty An educational awe-inspiring J C. Murdockt Mrs. A. Marga- son,,Janus,.t the Kenwood Apt*
T noon meeting ot Rotary at Chi*- JENSEN P.TA motion picture in technicolor AID retie. Mrs O D. Peck, Mrs spent Saturday In Fort Pierce I FUGATE and GREENLEESENGINEERING !
PACE olm'. yesterday. Law'* team/ Jensen Parent-Teacher Association I entitled "God and the Atom' Hoerlcke, Mrs; Maceske and Mrs Mrs. H. O Sharp is spendingthe
which complied a perfect Inore. I will meet at 2-45: Tuesday ,,'hldexpl ned. theories on the CIRCLE Lowery week in Miami with her par- AND SURVEYING
CLIO Included H B Kratt, Dr. C A. ,! April 6, at the school to I,structure ot,matter and finished MEETSi Mrs Anna Palmque.st and Mrs. ents, Mr, and Mrs, D. A. Hill
ATV Carrlel and Erwin F Johrmlck elect officersCLINTONE j with complete films of the i Thyra Undstrand of Chicago are Mrs R S. Robertson was hostess Register" -,, R'slUr! * e --- atomic bomb ..*n..-rim.nt* In' th.I ON MARCH 24By I guests of Mrs Sophia Harbrecht. to her bridge club at Seymour Elm,Cert. MU | i2... Cert* 132 and, I6S
J Ad' South i-Pacific two years ago was Mr. and Mrs, Deorge Payne I "s Inn Tuesday afternoon
WAX shown at the weekly noon meeting Two tables were In play and highbcore
gpatiPslm of Kiwanis at the Woman CHARLOTTE_RCLUFR: and Mrs. George Ounn returnedto prizes were awarded Mrs 303 E. 4th St. Stuart,FU.
It's Sprayed Into All Cracks and Crevices plub March 19. their home In, Mounds, 111 I., Adolph Hertel and Mrs. C H. PHONE
WHhitaciUl Your Car / The film wu ihown by Lawr- The monthly;; of the Wednesday after sDendlng the Alderman Mrs. Jack Whltlcar
ence Dunning Florida representative Women's Aid Circle of Jensen season here. of Port Sewall was a guest.Members -
slbly WAY / for the Moody Bible Institute Beach Community Church ,was playing were_Mrs.. Seymour_. -
Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert
Momm -
held at the church March 24 --
> of Chicago, and -
YOUR) CMk ruLFLFXED x t IN MOTION f a maJority
THE MODERN METHOD OF LT f(CATION of the audience concluded "The Cross" was the theme for find Mrs McLean left Friday for
Vm, An t>TJM W J t TAN 1W M tkW. it was one of the best programs this meeting! Mrs. Charlotte! their homes In New Jersey The TO THEATERS OF
in recent month It opened with Welch Hang two hymns accompanied Momma have been at Seaers-
Stuart Servicof Station explanations of atomic, energy. by Mrs. Carolyn Madtls troms and Mrs. McLean was.the MAR/TN COUNTY
followed through with the teats Mrs. Areala Hires gave a delightful guest ot Mrs Mary Bee
W",C. EIN. M(>, GULP cR01' a ((1.15,'ftoRwnaal..r. at Eniwetok and emphasized the review of the book "The Mr and Mrs John Cumsty
sertousneai of the bomb In the Living Wood The meeting was and Mr and Mrs. Ronald Cums, FULL R WARREN
3 light of present day condition dismissed by prayer by Mrs ty, who have been at Ocean' b
The picture was shown again at Clark after which refreshments Breeze. returned fo" their home
BEER /ALE the Baptist Church that nightOcean were served. in the Sunday In Newfane N, Y, Monday 'CANDIDATE FOR
Schoolrooms. Mrs Wright, Mrs. Miss Connie Segerstrora of
$4.SQuPer Case Retterer, Mrs McMurtry and West Palm Beach spent Easter .
Mrs Horst. were hostesses' for here with her Mr. and
1 Scolds PaLet, BuJtTeiser and Male High Life Breeze Park'l the afternoon Mrs. Harl'Jgerstrom.. 0
DELICIOU TASTY SANDWICHESDrop Mrs K:. Lowery was hostess toseveral Miss Emmy Lou Fields of Rio,
in and tnjnfyour favorite beer and SandwichPI friends at her home i St. Luck, is spending a few
4I' / 58 ATTEND March 24 High bridge scores weeks in New Jersey, with. relatives
.ty of Parking Space were made by Mrs T. R. Helli r .
OUTROST LUNCH BAR and- Mrs A. E Campbell, and. I Mrs. Barkley Ivanek of Grand : SPEAK I \ ,r Jf. ,I'| i J' | .
CAMP SUPPER Rapids, Mich., is expected to arrive

avow E WILlIAMS, Pm,. SUMMERTIME; Western: Union nOl'RSStuart' office 1hre-week,,' Mr vacation and Mrs with* W.herparents ''C. TONIGHT AT oVo I P.?; M. I f ,,sl] .

s ll ON SATURDAYBy reverted to Us summertime Johnson: of Rio, St. Lucle. f
schedule of open hours starting Mrs. Helen Wehrel and Mrs.
THOSE I MRS MYRTLE:TERRIO. today under which the office Frank Frodette have been visiting FROM RAILROAD FREIGHT PLATFO M ON (FLAGLER ,STREET
I will be open 32.7 hours less thanIt Mr and Mrs Herman IS'MJsACE'
SKNSATIONAL The New Engenders held has been during the past 444months. ( Fromer and Mr. and Mrs Harper DON'T |
k I Effective today until Quinn
pot-lurk rasper Saturday evening Nov. 15 the office will open at Mr and Mrs George S. Morri FROM t I r pOUR
GREYHOUNDS on the picnic grounds. Fifty ;8,30 a.m. until noon and 1 1:27: son who have spent the past
-eight persons attended. ,pm. until 5.30 six days a wek.1 tour months at pine Lodge, left
ARCR NNING I Al Toohay and son, Donald, of and retain\its Sunday hours of;Monday for their' home In Wells,,
ChnHton, Mass? have been visIting I -i 9-l) tremcfa 3:30' .9:30 p m Mrs I NY. NEXT QbVERNOR
NIGHTLY friends In the Park this : e will 1 have sole I Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Rocky of
week. Donald Is a student of ;I charge of the office with her Rio St Lucle\ left this week for
RAIN OR SWINE the Florid Military Academyof winter-time assistant, Miss Mary their home in Akron Ohio I
St. Petersburg Redditt, being transferred today ''I Mr and Mrs. Ed Parnell and f hna Pelltleel AJmtgneM

ATTHIPALM Mrs. Dunham won..1lrst place !to Hobe Sound temporarily __..family of Miami_spent the week_j 1 --
In bridge Monday Mrs Dlesz -- -- -
won at pinochle and Mrs EvansIn
500 These ladles will be hostesses .
BACH for this weeks games

I' / conducted Sunday Easter morning sunrise In the recreation services at 6,30: were with hall IP' 'Ji ::: :::4hJ .

KENNE CLUB the Rev. Jones, pastor of the
Jensen Beach :
Church, officiating Miss Roberta iriI{ Pll
Nuner sang The Holy
City" and Mr Clark rendered Ifi.
Races ightly "Open the Dates," White gladl .
/ oil decorated the haiL ,
t Mr. and Mrs Seibert Schneid- M awe
I der of Dayton, Ohio, were the Rl
ACE 8:15: i guests of Mr and Mrs. H. A P
Hunter of Palm Road this week. A
Mrs, C. Griffith entertained It
I ladles on Saturday with dessert
every bridge.
Nr and Mrs. Earl Atkinson _
Daily Dou ile 2nd and 3rd(Races spent a few days visiting friendsIn .
Melbourne this put week. JA .
Mr and"Mrs. H A Hunter of
minors admitted Palm Road caught five pompano
while fishing from the bridge
| al) Clubhouse weighing a total of 11 pounds,
Mr. and Mrs Al Swarts and :
Mrs. Smith of Miami Beach have .
I been the'guests of Mr and Mrs. "

Your\idle moneyearn Leo were Mr.Mrs.12 Hare.guests guests and J M.,Mrs at McLarity of bridge the Dwight: Tuesday entertained Lydles Jones of- A WHALE SALE. CYou'll Be Anfezed at t Our PRICES !

Hobe Sound Sunday .'
New arrivals In the park are

earn I Mr. and Va.Mrs., Mr.W and C. Kiefer Mrs. George, Richmond 0F [t 11 II-II trs ,.., Our 4ew Liberalized Terms II Modern Style Desks J

Young New York City Mr and >

I'I I't 2' Mrs. and Ray Mrs.Backman Robert Carml Schwalb, HIMr .,. r:' ; .:. Make It Easy .to Buy Nt Tig Folding Bridge .Tables I Il' i

o I Smith McHenry Lyndonville Ill-Mr and, Vt Mrs.. Mr Dana and 1.J'; .-* "; Sale Floor and Table Lamps \
Mrs T. Crason Chicago, Mr. and
\m Ion I Mrs. W. 8. Palatt, Olen Rock, toJ '
.. Mr and Mrs Archie Porter, V .
I Auburn, N. Y, Mr. and Mrs 1(. e { il t RUGS OF QUALITY AND 'DESIGN t
Insured SalingsAccounf I E. Lohner Shoshane, Idaho Mr. ir
and Mrs. Ralph Kennedy, IndUsnapolls t A RUG/ OR) EVERY ROOM
I and Mr. and Mrs A. L .
The Federal Savings and Loin Insurance Goldsmith.
insures individual account) to 5000. Husband- I BEDROOM, DINING ROOM and: LIVING ROOM SUITES 5

and wife may have total-of $1 lf 000, fully Insured. BECKMAN SPEAKSAT OF .. ,
First Federal savings accouare- legal investment ROTARY MEETING ,, .. .
for Trust Funds, as well as Ffnds held by Guardians, g?h f Modern Simplicity and Charm, 1k5 '
Administrators and ExecutoFIRST Harry Beckman discussed the 1

t Call orj rite Auxiliary functions/ of of Stuart the Coast at the weekly Guard Pay. fOr Your Furniture As You Use JH ',

noon meeting of Rotary at Chls- See The N"S Occasional ab1e.
F DERAL holms March 24. He also told '! uper 'DeLuxe yj u'll F' dB'
of the courtesy boat inspectionsnow PHILCQ ELECTRICAL t} Convenience BuiltIn
being made here by the f' 'I REFRIGERATOR v
Savings and Uoan Association auxiliary and told of the things Every Piece of Furniture
checked In the Inspections The .:
of Indian fiver County unit has 29 members now and .
B: H, FLORIDA ,has met weekly without a miss ,; {,1II. 1M
since organization In April 1922, -
i 1512-20th Street Dial 21S7VtRO ,Beckman said 1 l '.. '
R. W. Dr. W, T. Edwards presidentof ; '.
Sedgwick Secretary-Treasurer ; 0 t f)
the FEA, Florida chairman of ", l" +
Member Federal )Horn I Loan Bank and Federal the Southern Association of colleges I P
f Savings and Lo i Insurance Corp. and secondary schools:: anda IL
e professor at FSU In Tallahassee I .
Current dividend rate Decorative'Mirrors
also spoke and acclaimed I,
I / I this county a schools


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MS* of Business Economic, Department FLORIDA -- -- \ J
?: AiL SALES LEADS AREA I home March H from Wlndao-; home the; p"ast two month at the home I
of Commerce, said IN PLANE Palm News (,
.at all retail today REGISTRATIONS City \
1&1e1 Ohio. where she of their Clarence ,
'ellrUll1 I was called by Mr and Mrs Clarence Felnauer nephew Fpmaver
re estimated at W,870,000-, increased Interest In aviation the death of her sister June ] Mrs R. E. McNeese, MIll 'they pent Easter ( !; 1 G
,\lrieI, >ouU3 per cent above Mon' than two-thjrd of Florida wu shown In the Southeast 45 Attend Woman's Club She was accompanied home by lose Czverko and Al Mothers. friends at Vero. f I
ago. the Office land It covered by timber Jr were In West Palm Beach '
ay lr a year_ during 1947' with the result that her slater and brother-in-law ? Mr. and Mr George Hammond ''i y.
I and visited and Mrs.
1,129 more civil aircraft were and-their two chlldrtn, Mr. and recently spent Easter: at '
of Stuart.
Earl Boles f&rmerly
(ALES Se. U. Ford registered In Georgia, Florida Meet Thursday at Church Mrs' Robert Ouyer and Nancy I Mr. and Mrs George Plegels dapp home on their way from 7t+ .
Alabama, Mississippi, :North -- and Bobble. Guyer left Sundayto I of Midland Mich.. left Saturdayfor West Palm Beach to their new 1 Ij# .
Repair and Carolina, South Carolina and By MRS. ANNA B, DAT Evans were visitor last week at return home ala family.will ; their home after. pending location at Tltusvllle 4 r:, : .ti
Tennessee than In 1948, according remain here for tome time, ,,''I 1
Parts to William M Robertson The Palm City Women Dub the home of MJC. and Mrs David 1
SERVICE Mrs. R R Wallace and sort
regional administrator. of the met last Thursday afternoon. for Waldron In Okeechobe City were surprised by; an Easter visit/ < .';:: P
Civil Aeronautics' Administra their regular monthly meetingat Mrs.:Waldron Is the daughter of from her brother Ellis: Nicker- CENTRAL MARKET 1 .
ARNOLD BAUER tion. All showed Increases \ t
In registration home, ; T
Lucia Boulevard Phon. 142-W In 1947 compared with 1948, with About 45 present, Including thffollo..lna Leighton, Miss' Viola Krelder'who hat i.Ik; :
&! T '.II" .
Florida leading gains with 335 guest from Jensen Mrs. Hires.spent Tuesday of been ill for week had \
more. Beach, Stuart and Salerno last week In West Palm Beach : dt atftf '
: Improved. Is o .be about I ) L
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PresMent-elect of the Stuart visiting her sister Mrs 'EnII !again, Mr. Van Frank, her I r r'.i'.i'r.<

A & P BAKER PECIAU MCCLT WIGGLY W Club Mrs Franklin. D Jones of bretsen. friend from the North, la atilt COURTEOUS SERVICE'. .. ;, i : { !(
ALL-FLORIDA SALE Stuart, Mr H. a Swlnglehunt Miss Mabel Plnney and friend with her and may remain for I ,
I ot Jensen Beach, Mri Jack Mis Helen Mledendorp of Pat. the summer .. .. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED t : I' ,
JANE PARKER "Boost your state by buying Saunderaort and Mr< Charles terson, ft J.. arrived ,by plane Maurice Langberg and Miss f/4 ,1 \
Conrad of Salerno. Mri R. J. I 2nd and Akron J 'Joe'Brooks r ,? '
CINNAMONSTREUSS Florida foods," is the advice of Thursday evening In Jacksonville Rose Czverko were recent dinnerguest a'I ', I IJJ
I Furlong Mrs Andrew Kerr, Mri and from more came by at,the Clarence Felnauer
L BUNS Mr A. 0 Davis, president of Stanley Kltchlng, Miss Ida Al- blla to Stuart They are spending .. -,.,.------- I' ;
Wlnn & Lovett Grocery Co., .a* bracht Mrs R. H. Knapp and ,their Easter vacation week
11-oz, pkg/ 25c Plggly Wiggly Food Store Mri Martha Jones alt of Stuart, here at the home ot Mrs Ida
throughout Florida throw' out and Mr*. U W. Flke of Inde- M. Pinney and LeRoy Pinney.
the Welcome mat to food buyer pendence, Mo, formerly of Stuart They will return to bt ready for I
and Invite everyone to visit the their work on Mofiday In the /For Fri. & at
Hot Dogf Hamburger stores of this home-owned chain Mrs. Swlnglehurst gavi an Interesting Patterson schools Anthony's SpeciaJComplete Apri12;i 3 '
Roll Jikg. of 8 .15cMb during the "FLORIDA FOOD talk on propagation ot Mrs. Robert Brown'of Tropical
PRODUCTS SALE!:," whk-h begins seeds and plants Mn Alice Cad- farm, formerly of Palm City Food .j"T
"*"'"s "***nn Line of 'Bird
rrw veil and Mrs. ye ;
M --'---- this morning and last for Pauline Crewshostesses has returned home from Martin .
Poppy Seed an enure week, served refreshment County Hospital Her friend ,
loaf MarMc Pound of cookies made in the shape of here extend,to her wish*.* for a GROCERY MARKET
FINE ARTS GUILD hat trimmed with ribbon and a ai
Bread .16c Cake 15-oz. 37c speedy recovery i
10 MELT: NEXT WEEK small feather Fruit juice also Mrs,?.A.Peck of Stuart,formerly Factory Packed Rolled RIB It '
were'' served of Palm City, t II now at the
"The'April ;meeting; ; otlhe Fine A ham for'Easter was won by ,home of her daughter, Mrs. Julia SUGAR 5 ; 45c/ROASL/ 69c t
Buy A & P Sett, Fresh or FrozenVegetables Art Guild, Ino, will be held Mr George Smith The next I Buddlngton She has ben hospitalized .- Jb. -- '; '
ai Get,the Best at the Woman Club at I next meeting will be April 22 since Jan. 10 with a Satisfaction: I Armours Star COTTAGE

--- I Thursday night Items of business The Easter service of the wishes broken .hip due to to her a fall from Best her COFFEE 43c CHEESE 27c '
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Canadian tome Beauty are scheduled to be discussed .- Palm City CongregationalChurch friends here.L. ?. __ j ,,1 ,
Rutabagas, lb. 7c| Apples, 2 Ibs. .29cider play Including this\season-plans Refresh-tor another Good were held Thursday,i J. Murphy received a message Great Value 2 No. 2% canF| rash Froien STEWING i,
menu will be Friday and Sunday. The Friday night of the serious t
Urge Ripe Green -. church waa beautifully decorated -, Illness of his sister Mri Maggie PEACHES Sic HENSt 59c r
Bananas, 1 Ib. 13c with Easter line. Amaryll Brantley of Umatllla who Is In __,
ms, 2 Ibs. 29c and fern by Mrs Wallace ;H. EUstIS Hospital Mr. Murphy left ---
Pride of Ozark TURNIP: W, on.in; Daisy t '
-- Sterna The music was renderedby
for Eustli Saturday
early by ear.

Jrunes,2 Ibs.-'33c--- Swe Pota ea' 3 28c Ib.. c/kf&l/IW, led,two by William choirs, H the Burdlck regular and choir a marsh Wallace left Bull\for and their Gordon homes Tld-In GREENS 2 a.:' 2 25c CH SE lb., 69c : le ,

children choir trained for the Port Jefferson, t I.. M Y.. haYIng ':
Berries .29c THE MOST COMPLETE occasion. ,
The Easter sermons, spent nearly three month :,
Frozen Tru-Blu 12-oi. White : 'ne AJto.ANOW W lESAlEBa by the! pastor, the Rev WallaceH here They hope to return In the ANTHONY'S ECONOMY MARKET Vt
PO ; Sterna, were menage of fall t ;
fellow TOES53c faith ''and' hope and brought Mr. and Mrs A. H. Bursonl 300 SO.AKRON AVE. I STUART, FLA. '
(Squash, 2 lb'.,..19c i io-ibs. much,"help to hose who heard of Reilly Ave. had as their guests YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE AND MARKET :.\ fl'
At the Easier CfOCERY
IN THE PALM 8 &CHES Sunday for the week of March 21 Mr.
service two new member were and Mrs William Knapp of PHONE 143 FOR DqLlVERY : i 1
417 OKEECHOaE/ROAD I,added to the church. Nashville. Tenn., and West Palm '1 '
"Ann Page .m. waoU Ann Pegs Qj d* APRUNEfLUMS )fro ,
and Mr
John Leighton
PHONE J /Sit Beach. They left for the North n
BEETS and children and Mrs CharlesAlznouncing Mondayof
t :d .u. ""n'a. Conant .' 1 : / I IIt
can17c an ;
No. %
f'Jo.2 2 J n .20c t
of Walton were __ "
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--c' March 19 of Mr. : w 5 t'
Ann Page Condensed Ann;; Page&ggNO0DLES ,Higbee and small son :Ernie at i
I TOMATO i iI I'their home on Reilly Ave. I !
SOUP I Mr. and Mrs Rosa Thaxtonjleft Good f I
I 3 8-0 pkgs. 25c FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE | Tuesday for Virden, Ill? Zh. O ODTor
I 10-oz. can .lOc .- -' f** I called' home by a death In the ry
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COMPLETE I family The Thaxtons are making -
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SunnyfieldFLOUJ. OKIES A DAIRY LINE their home at the Carlton w&s .
; 'Hotel until their home on 2nd ASSORTED \ !
ItAOc Pkdf ..20cGiAersnaps \ ,8t and Feroe Ave. 1* completedThe FLAVORSJTELL

5-lbi. .. ...... J GRA te I Home Demonstration Club O 71f21 I
Oatmeal! L. + A PASTEURIZED MILK ',Of Palm City wilt meet Monday / Package t

10-lbi-' ..:MS..T:;79c Cyfewiut or B1K W.hiut f; HOMOG\NlitD: 'VITAMIN D MILKUTTERMILK I%Jolan aripm.: Blasko.at the Mri.home Clarence of Mrs. AUNT PHOElBE'S FACIAL -

," .Felnauer will be CQ-hoslessea. r HVI I PUt ;f
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CHOOS /A & PUT I' I Subject"Improving for the discussion Family will Ward-be ; ; ..

: RIGHT f 'TRIMMED RIGHT. I' f COFFEE CR M 1 1 robe" All women of the district OF THE VALLEY, EARLY J|NEPEA'S i
I are urged to attend.
SUPER RIGHT MEATS WHIPPING CREAM Mrs Martha Whittle and Mrs .1 2 No. 2 191 ; :
I cans
i 1 Mabel Lane, mothers of Mr. and __ .,
SOUR Mrs S. E. Lane, were the Easter

BOAST lb.57C IB STEAK K ib.19C'taper I + "/' COTTAGE.. CHEESE In dinner Palm guests City at the Lane home *lsm I ;, 'Ib. 42c '11;:'

r J :- I jJ'' j B .'RAND EGGS and Mrs.son H,"O F. Frank Johnson Johnson of Stuart of 12V2 ..' __ '+t I ;

Right uper Right End Cut II>>. New York City, were guests over PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING t t
I 1 the week end of March 21 at the I I '
AMB SHOULDER ORKCHOPSJCunnyfield FROM OUR'TRUCKS ,home of her daughter and son. SPRY \ 3 lb. can $1.29 ,
C OR YOURFAVORITE in-law, Mr. and Mrs Fred Jos/*. _' -- -
JNOPS lb., 45 .f ir> I GROCER > Johnny Leighton son of OSAGE, UNSWEETENED CHLAND, CREAM Sf YLE, YELLOW : .
John Leighton, '

'"-. Skinless ctACONlb.69C C 6 9 BARAT' DAIRYP. some of his Easter small friends hunt z. I ; I' tl I
| Joyed an egg JUICECan:: 15c CIRN C 2 r 19cROYAL
I Easter day at his home! on 8th ._ 'J "
HBS,45ilMP Sugar Cured BOX $$042, STUART St ft
- -, Grade A ,_ Mr* '
--'- ia* Shipped I ; 'I'
; F YERS 69Cro 6 .. 49i ",
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'WHlt -
,Ib. I Phone

. D D Quick Frozen ', s R Wri1: -1' 248 We DRESSING r:: 37c. _SOAP P 2 Bars 19c. I"" ; "I: J :

Crystal Nor] D.liver' CABIN-HOME ENRICHED, WHITE l
yruy, pt. Jar .22c Soa med bar .1 IcBIk #1/ At i !
,- CORN MEAL f. 5 lb. Bag 39X ?
:RGO GLOSS STARCH Whit .K O Lean Streak O Fat FRESH _

"ot pkf. .. .. 7e Spick hoe WHITE BACON, Ib. ...........35c |%)RK HAMS, lb. _._..,....59c FLORIDA-CRYSTAL, PURE GRANULATED CANE- :: :
Poll ..12cNakiscCGaietr
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.::0.1<,. Pk". ''_ .tie ,
'JEWEL SHORTENING JEWEL 1.30FlOODS OF SUDS SUGAR( 5 Ib. Factory- cked Bag 43k1: i..! ; .
Sandwffli COOKIES 2ScIvory 34cSMALL
33c .
h' ,. '
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">. .............1.30 ,, California Sun-Kist LEMONSidoz.23c j f: ;;

4 TffletSoap MEATY ARllOUR'S GRADE A Birdeye Quick Frozen SPINACH 14-oz, pkg 27c f
, VEGETABLE. JUICE far -.....-7c. SPARE RIBS, lb. ........_.......49c R UND STEAK, lb. ....... ...73c 1 '
Green Home Grown CABBAuE, Ib. .. 2c ,
loCIl: : = :::=::: 1: Sunnyblook FINE'GRANULATED ORTED FLAVORS Yellow, Crook-Necked SQUABH, 2 Ibs. 19c r, :

, :MoOrM SANDWICH GRADE;A, LARGE SUGAR .5 45c ;LLQ 2 lSc Bird eye Quick Frozen Sliced EACHES, Ib. pkg. 27c I'' '

JOKIE.S ... :.._......_.I4c Eggs,||OZ. 64c Ibl.,, ___...._ for_.. __... "t'r I I \\

''owder, Ige .........32c 12-osL can CHUCK ROAST, lb. ....._.55cf''FLOUR 10 lb.. _....._._....,.1.00 SWIFTS PREMIUM BEEF SWIFTS PREMIUM HAMS J

,rye Powd* 13c Bin Plate U. BLUE PLACOFFEE SIRLOIN >r< 1

'ory'ra' Flakes. .....'32c OLEO Pure Ve M**GARINE bU 53c; I RAYON ISE QUARTS: _x"89 STEAK lb. ,_' 79c SIINGEND lb.. 49c "i I : I Ipt

yap, 2 bars _._...1ge NU1LEY ALL SWEET WATER GROUND CUT y
'may ... ... '- 1 l-lb.'pkJi 33c ''MARGARINE Plain, 1 Ib. 37c |\1EAL, 5 Ibi. _....................49c fR ROAST ,. 69c ROMD 0 END 59c I 4 : I ; .


Insect FLUID. 4-01. .tSet 10 ,, 49c ,Ib..19c. BEEF 29c BACOftv.1 65c !' II' ; i
SPRAY B.% DDT : ; I' /
nt. 25. Bright SatfAmmonia OCTAGON NABIS .____.:.___ lb.,

Ql :.450 1 q\12c SOAP, large bar ..._.._..........._ 9c RITZ RACKERS. I Igc. _30c OLEO All popular brands, lb. ... .36c ', ':!'I' '

33 BLEACH, .. ......... .. ......... .. .....,.. ...its, 2 for .25c THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE\ ,.


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I i ,era,(' SOCIAL NEWS) and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Home MRS Telephone'MARY" HARTMAN3S-W" EQ


:rf r-: ... Irwin wU) entertain motored for the week ,
R. T. n
BAPTIST WOMEN )lltET Junior O.A.I participating the ROBERTS-PECK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herron I Sarasota where
I I f! New Island evening at a dinnerat theyformsr's -lillc
demonstration. Jollne Kick- NUPTIALS HELDMr. Home.Demonstration have received. word frem John I tomorrow sister
of Mrs and
r A Joint meeting cf the flv elm Stuart VUla In honor hub.(
rAGE ; liter, Pain Cross., Oeorgla Evans Kitchens, retired, of 8an Bern- and Mrs. a L
cles farewell Walker
of the Baptist Missionary This will be, a -
\ and Mrs. James N. Rob Parish Leah Lasker
", adlno, Calif., that he Is Waiting HquseIs
Society was held at the;' church Cora Koonce, Emma Ruth Don. Mrs Laskei1 a
Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. A. aldsbn. Joyce Harrell( and PatsyBaity. erts returned March 23 after a for'the sale of their hotae thereto party before home In Mrs. James B. cleric:; p

ATV', Burgess, president presided overa short honeymoon to Palm! City Notes be con.ummatedand should Dedicated leaves Saturday tor her Ky, and ton Jlmraie

1 1t" business meeting The Rev. where they will reside and he Is I By MISS LUCILE: INSCOE arrive with Mrs. Hitchens In Now York City. March. 23 to spend tti !

''r AC1'" :' Phil Christian Maxwell Home.spoke, about The devotional "The. i 'Bon Arbogast, son of Mr and employed as a car} enter. May. They plan to stay In Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Dalton- Oarrett, I with her parents, Mr iL

'pan." i was under the direction: 'Mrs C, B. Arbogast. has arrived\ They were married by the pastor In this column of last week and' will either buy or build 'A dedicatory ceremony with who recently moved from Stuartto Rotooe RoJUna) In 8t. UrtTr

I.. Palm :h of Mri. R. T. Jackson who used' from th) Citadel. Charleston, 8. of the First Baptist ChurchIn there was a discussion about the a home bare. the Rt. Her John D. Wing and to new. _home ,In Palm City!--cent.----. ,
: With' '!' ') as her them "A Sacrificial C., tor spring vacation with his Thomasvtlle Oa., March 19 storage of eggs Now' how abouta the Rt Rev, Robert K. Gribben -- --

r lo tactlh "k !t'' 1 : tile" A demonstration and : parents.! Arbogast Is a Junior after which they spent that weekend few tips in egg buying? egg.by.the doze unit, and you officiating marked the opening
+ j In his regiment
.1 ; special music,by the Girl's Auxiliary sgt.-major SERVING BREAKFAST' I
: 41blf 11' : ; in Tallahassee visiting :Rob of the new parish house of Christ NOW ,
, __ ,i completed the program. I I there.CARLOAD The thrifty ,homemaker always get Hi poUnds of a meatalternate .
: ... I J J1 -, ---- erts' sister. Miss Ruth :Roberts. weighs values In her purr food in 12 large egga. If Memorial Chapel on Jupiter bland .#roM TA. M, '
Roberta Is the former Mar
'I(: LOT Mrs. chases. She considers more than you pay 80 cents a dozen for last Thursday; morning. '
\\1 garet M. Peck, youngest daughter prici. When prices are high large eggs (weighing 24 ounces or Architecture of the 50 by 80-ft LuncW* Packed for Fishing} Parties
and Mrs. Robert Peckof
of Mr.
; Nationally AdvertisbdMATTRESSES structure matches the adjoining
y It is especially/ important to see morel you are paying actually
Lucie Inlet Farms. He Is
St. where and how to get the most only at the rate of around 40 chapel of which Father Gribben
: ) '-, BOUGHT TO RAISE CAPITAL the son of Mrs. L. J. Murphyof for food\ money.In cents a pound because the In rector. The house Is a ,gift of I I'
1, Palm City, Both attended Mrs. William 8. Barstow In memory
eggs know Duality (or shells your only waste, weigh
WE'LL-SELL THEM AT Stuart schools and are well"knowif of her husband and Is furnished Offering You the
little. This la And Still
.grade); know size (or weight); waste especially ', ,
3' 20 TO-23% DISCOUNTALL here.EASTER know about shell color, and small when compared with that with books and recreation .

NEW, BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS PARADE HELD know food values When you of many protein foods. facilities. DELICACteS OF THE SEVEN SEAJ
f SEE THEM t::?ILY AtRoddenbury are "In Uw know'* you will know What About Shell Color? Shell Father/ Wing bishop of the I
which eggs are the beat buy. color also affect Yet .South Florida ,Diocese In an Impressive MASTER
I Easter bonnet of Miss may price. dedicatory address, PREPARED BY CHEFS TO SUIT Tit
urniture best Consider Quality. In many there Is absolutely no advantageto ANY FO LOVER, '
Martha Jones was judged stressed the fact that William PALATE OF
I i places eggs are sold by grade, the consumer in paying a
and she was awarded first prizeIn Slocum his lifetime
1. Cor. Ave. A and N. 2nd It., Fort Pierce an Easter bonnet parade and the quality Is stated in premium: for shell color, Some Interested himself during In many BAN\JET5vAND I
which featured the meeting of I terms of grade on the label l of times white shell eggs are priced FACILITIES FOR PARTIES!
philanthropies, and made many
--- -- OES at Woodman Hall last the egg carton. An egg in oneof I higher than brown eggs or thana substantial such the
gifts, as
the top grades, AA or mixture of brown and white
Thursday night Second prize, but
Vof* should have amount White may coot from 5 ,to Martin County Hospital
FULLER InREN1 a large eggs
Sarah Woods and !
went to Mrs. never allowed! his name to be
for firm white and a round 10 cents a dozen more In some
third to Oils Parker. Judgeswere I A'I lined In connection With of I &M
standing yolk. Eggs of retail markets. In other sections any SEE OUR SAILFISH FLEE COME EVERY AF
Charles I Rue, John Hilton: I quality are preferred for of the country, brown eggs them. This parish house, he said TERNOON AT FIVE AN if ENJOY/T11E BEST I
and Herman Redo.lien.
Edward Mapp Is him. The
All Florida's Candid a For Worthy Matron Mrs. RuthStevenson log, frying and cooking in ore more In demand and bring church the only memorial to MIXED DRINKS IN THE fULFISlf ROOM LOCI
also was a gift
i shell. Orade B eggs, Just as sat- the higher price. But the "meat"of proper LOUNGE.
led the march after of Mrs. Barstow In other TAIL
the Inside the Is
GOVERNORUCOCNIZtO which refreshments were rved. factory for scrambling and fol'balllni eggs sister.
and cooking, have thin. the same In food value and flavor
The April 8 meeting has been ner whites and somewhat flatter because shell color depends on W
I canceled so the officers of the Mr. and Mrs A. T. Alnsworth,
I' yolks. They offer the same food the breed of hen.
Unity Chapter may attend a I mites as. the top grades. AsOrade Consider rood Value. finally, Norwalk, Conn.. stopped for a
COOD COvgfNMENT II grand chapter meeting In Tampa I B cost much few days last week to visit Mr.
ON egg may BJ know the food values that
I I in eggshave and Mrs. R. O. Judson
where will'have at their
they a part LighthouseU.
EXPERIENCEDSINCEREtCAPABLE the program. as 10 or 12 cents! a dozen less to offer. High Quality 'home on EasUth St., They wire The
than Grade A eggs of the sam protein, iron vitamin A, rlboflavln. on their'way north after
weight, many families find that I thiamine, "A and some spending '
I CATHOLIC CUB FORMEDIN It pays to buy Grade B eggs forgeneral vitamin D-all are stored up for Englewood.the winter Mrs at their home In S. NO. I AN/TME.ST, LUCIE RIVER
cooking At
purposes. use Inside the shell Eggs
egg the sister of
The Catholic men of Jensen Mrs. Judson.
rate it to read the
any pays rate as a protective food and
Beach met Thursday evening at I label and figure cost: In relationto appear" In the Bulc-7 food start
the home of Joseph Malone to
be grade and UM. In Group S, along with meat,
form an organization to I
known as trw Jensen Men's I Consider Size. In terms of poultry fish dry peas and
Pr'' -' 1r. t y Fr ..d s *un. Worm Catholic Club. Officers elected values on the scales, sizes In beans. And of them all none
eggs really mean weights A of these protein foods Is so versatile
were Thomas Woods, president; ANNOUCOUR
Malone vice-president! Arthur I( dozen "jumbo" eggs (la few of as eggs. They fill the bill1
Brown secretary; Melvern Chaffer them get to mark-it) weight not for young and old alike at any
less than 30 ounces A dozen meal and at dinner they may
recording secretary
A STATEMENT Sypolt treasurer, and ;the Rev.T. eggs labeled "extra large" must appear a* the main dish In the
J. Geary, chaplain An extensive weigh at least 27 ounces And soup or salad, or In the Average
eggs of the more common size or dessert
of activities and
benefits program for the church was largj, weigh not less than 24 During the spring and early NEW LOCATION
OF planned. ounces to the dozen. Let's stop summer; the plentiful season
there a minute: 24 ounces Is lh when eggs are lowest In price 1
Charter members Includ Carl pounds. That's worth remembering make full use of them. K ep '

Beagle Arthur Dubrule, Joseph when you consider 'relative them on your market list and 269 OSCEOLA AVE, .
OUR POLICY Moran, Arthur OBrlen, ThomasYankovich I prices of eggs, meat, fish. remember ."Know your eggs"-
I Dr. John Moran, Dr. cheese and other protein foods I weigh them, and weigh the
Frank Morrlss, John Tognerl, i which you purchase by the I values they give you In return The NEW \ '
WHAT A CUSTOMER WEANS TO USA Frank Woodrow, Patrick Moran, pound. It takes only eight largeeggs for the price you pay. "Around
Wilfred' Dubrule, Edward Du-I 2/3 of a dozen, to make a the clock With the versatile egg"
I guay, George Corslgla, Frank pound, and they cost .2/3 the j,is a good slogan to apply any
Kuzlneslcus and Leo A. Martin. price of a dozen. But you buy day of the year I
mOl person ___ _
s ever in this office in person or by mail.A Mrs. J. C. McCrocklln.jJr.. of b O OGOI 30r OmOL70: -000
l !

CUSTOMER is not depe dent on va wa St.Monday Petersburg noon after returned a six-day home i o the Fort Pierce Concert Association J Jis NEW
are dependent on him. J. visit with her parent,, Mr. and NEW
Mrs, E. A. Mennlnget
I' A CUSTOMER is not interruption of our work -a- presenting' o D'I

he is the purpose oJj 4t. We are not doing Mr. and Mrs C. F, Ireland o on .

Jr1 him a favor by servinnjjnim he is doing usa were hosts over the week end to GLADYS .

favor by giving us tpe opportunity to do so. her parents and brother. Mr. and '
I Mrs. R. B. Sheely and R. B. n SWARTHOUT 1 ,
A CUSTOMER is not Jit outsider to' our business Sheely, Jr. i JEWEL

he is oI a Part)f it. o 'I
IIlelropolltln Mell. :
David Asplnwall who Is studyIng ,
A CUSTOMER is not f cold statistic he is a at Carnegie Tech Is spending April 6th 01 ,

flesh and blood ho nan being with feelings the mid-term holiday with ; : 1:30: P.IIL D 0 I OUR

and,emotion l like >ur own, and with biases his mother, Mrs. Helen Aspln ao I
and prejudicea. wall, at their West Palm Beach [ t Pierce Grade FUTURE
\ I
home, t 'v JOWNStuart
,,' A CUSTOMER is not neone to argue or match -a- H A. Sci 01 Auditorium
wits with. Nobod lever won .an argument Mrs J. P. Cllnkscalcs of At- AS
with a customer. lanta Is here for a three-week New 1948-49 Membership\ inclu, '1 admission 10

visit with her brothers. Nally Swarthout (non t D
A CUSTOMER i. a p5ju,. who brings us hi. and J. C. Crorocr and her slter.1! O
wants. It is our job t & andle them profitablyto Myrtle at their home on Cleveland Adults $10 orients $5 !

him and to ouraelve I I Ave.' -a- o Memberships Avail at I Jewelers

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Judson of o I

( sou ult Monday from, her daughter, Mrs. Ovo The Public Is Cordially Invited To V sit Us Ad Inspect Our New Store
.1.1 Harold proom of Stamford In Or Write P. O. Box 130, Ft PIERCE FLORIDA J

: Conn, announcing her safe arrival U
home Sunday after a two- : =o ==:lOClO OClo=====:loCl8

;'1, Electric Service week trip by plane. Mr. and "
v' 1 Mrs. Proom with three other
ti tir titt couples were Invited to make I Stuart. \ THEATRE The Academy Award Pictite TUESDAY 'and
tij the trip In the plane of a friend,
Florida's III..i Pho 114 Sunday T WEDNESDAYLIMITED
h Post Office Arcade visiting Los Angeles and Ban a and Monday
'I Phone Day 13 Night 33S-R Stuart, Fla.' Francisco. The Prooms visited IIVt ENGAGEMENT DAYS &NLY APRIL 6th 7th

her this parents winter. here, lot some time TODAY (Thursda FRIDAY andSATURDAY Presented At REGULAR ADMISSION PVjcesI! r SIIA6I a

-- 1 Day Only The Most Widely Acclaimed Picture In Screen w
--- -- f ol live'r'
/ DOUBLE FEATUPROGRAM 2 HITS 2 DAYS Now Adds . ..,.,..,1.,.w.?..

f'I See This With Your 3 ACADEMY AWARDS\ .
I Own Husband I CRAif 1ORD
,.' ( :"i'l" HIT NO 1 PEarORMANck' JT SiipfMI.! Actrw. C.\U "
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SAVE! SAVE! PLUS a. 3 William Powell is
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Florida Is a feat load producing [AWPfA4 f ERNEY tlnn M..' a'"ls' + s Indiscreet" .
I II state i-ortd coeds APRIL s:6s. : s
I art nationally famous, nationally "FOR YOUR "j
l' p'emol-'et. ftorpl4 : ... r r.o.aow e.. m.t' Tiiu>th s GREATER ENJOYMEPof
la lr York Jlltnola andmost GreatSupporting s
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other Malta psy more t
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than you do. Buy Florida \ We Have ?
DfoducU+crown and packed Installation cl
In your own back yard and HOLM
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your savings glow AnrsV Revere
:I The prices art especially low AD ED June Havoc CHAIRS
IA for this sale, aimed at ae' Plo '
It. Chick Cart (Serial) 6 Albert Dekker On Our Main
quslntlrg with the many 5f
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I aI 4 fin Florida foods available AT 8TORE!: FOR 4-PAGE: COLOR PRHT LIST ALSO Pete Smith "Date Wit Duke" Dean Stockwell "J You Deserve) the
to yon at sued low cent ADVEKTISINO: BCORC8 Or BARGAINS! Specialty (Color Cartoon) inn.- Wyatt "- Relax at theIT !

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SPECIA NU EVERY DAY I a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 111111 n 111 u 1 I 1 l 1 l 111111 1 II 11 I II u I n I unnnuuum ...,. ,.......;--. .."'-...-' '...... .. ..-......t.., You demand MORE'ikon : Ir : :
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fried Chicken. Stes, Oysters and Shrimp MARY FRANCES JONES TEEN SPONSORS!! LISTED '4",.# ",!l); > "" ,J
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E COOKED MARRIED IN BIRMINGHAM I Mrs O M. Hancock, Mrs. W ,1 I ,, f.. '': ,: I ... .\ t juAL CL na/nA.1-::: ; : ;

K Tasty, Cfticlou* Food Wylam Mr and Ala Mrs, hard J. D;announcedthe Hlctu of C. Barr Mrs. H. ). Greene and '1, ," .". ., ,f ; '..... j.. ;it. 1 I .The MW Illmneir Must '1 : .

MRS. ALBERT GRINER marriage of her daughter Mrs Elizabeth P. Madiera W1U' '- t .: ', 1. 'h. .J'r J t. .," Have Prven Ability t : l'

Mary France. Jopes, to Olenn be sponsors at the Teen-Center i. .i \ \, STATEWIDE lUSINESSMAHfAIMfH J I I ,, '
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I DrSv/In Curb Service i2 Owen, on of Mr. and Mr., T BOwen dance at the Civic Center Sat .: STOCKMAN N't j ; '"t I
Mill NOKTM STJ-UCW alyaa R1DCK ON FD, NO. I 3t in Birmingham Feb, 29 on April I
tirday night Sponsors
lnnsumllNIllNun a ,,, unuunununmunuunununnuuuuuuunnm"JOE" Ala They are residing. in Annlston; 10, will be Mrs. DeW 1 Hayes, The exhibit of (unman ]J. Irwln Till of New Yak were sxsed In the (xluhit. the ukxvna being/( gnnfiibv b> (J. (/1illJ l't; / ,

t I The bride, granddaughter of Mrs. E. D Wells, Mrs, M. J. Mor- City anwnng' the entire stage of tymphony JU1I a number of tarnation growers in several, Stales :t1' l t Y d
I Mr.. Robert D. Skelton of Rio rlson, Mrs ;Joe Constance and lit Boston wag (iKlj txl the most meritorious exhibit li,win who b a'l part.liimi Stuart rt'flidt'nt at his SHANDSt1''I" !
la well-known In Stuart after Mrs D S. Hudson, on April J? in the American Carnation Society cmiventfl> hone, on East t 41 h M aim was awarded gold 1 and '.11 .!,'. I ,
I MOSLEY spehdlng moat of her early yean they will be Mrs. L A. Arbogast, and show In Button Feb, 18.20. Shown here I.a silver inciUa for eVen now varieties his firm has i J" I
f her attending Stuart schools Mrs Carl B, Roth and Mrs. E. J. the stage setting with imxltl and 'OI\1/nt1ntatOl'/ ,developed and pieced on the In irlct The comytiitiuu \ ,
She waa graduated from Ensley Smith, and on April 24 they will bi"oAau viui 1 : A
LUMBING (tat lefl") Eight( t thousand carnations in 112 vases will fce in Denver next year. )
j High School\( Birmingham. Owen be Mrs L. D. McElfresh Mrs ----.-- -- --_. ----- -- -- ----- Kr1A.ING FROM EkrHI.NCEn j
la employed by a grocery firm Robert Garner Mrs F M. Kramer : :
JOBBING -. CONTRACTING In Anntoton and Miss Mamie Bytfionette for the summer. Their mother They spent the season''at the Mud, Ernest'Rlcou and th; Rev tHfltieln Qualified ',' :: ,
k Guaranteed .. ....... will join them later In the,,sum California/ Ave home Of\ t Mr, and T J. ..Geary drove to Miami
Efficie e IItluuluI lllll mer Mrs 8 B. Phillips, Simmons March 23 to vat Barry College for Governor 1m: ''j j ,

NIGHT DAY unuW'I' ;+ Our; nunuWilnf;; 11IIGuests; 'Robert Leak-.!*. .Knowlui.- 11I>11110- WWI a )jx-rslslent flkherman, and and to bring back MUM 'Ernie WHY wwwwwwvvvww.GUESS '.' HEM'S CERTAINTY' :11' IV, I

Just Phdne246 .... .. ............ ............ more "at John B Stetson University they are considering making! Rlcou. Barry freshman, who Cs,. ......".... '..fev.m...MWNOW ,, \ I i i i' "
lllllllllHIIIIIMIIlllllimilir.llllllH I I I ;Illll 111/1111111II III II 1111 I 111I11I11111"I II 1111..11. Stuart tncir permanent home spent Easier here with her parents II'i' I : / ,
DcLand will play the _. (
role of Henderson in ,
"You Can't
Mr and Mrs. William Ember TO PALM (ITY CLUB; {Jorge NecraaofT former Stuartphotographer I If
and Mr and Mrs M 0, Orune- Take It,, With You," a play by has returned toma \ .i i t
H COU ANT wald .f Brooklyn N. Y. are Six 'members ,of the StuartWoman's the Moss Hart and George: K. Kauf home In Darien. Conn.. after I I: /. '
Club attended
week vacation at trw Flshn li1"
here for a late vacation to visit man, to be tonight a I t"ii7fuj ,
meeting o( the Palm City Club presented I hoi You Can Get It! :
old friends March 2$. Mn Stanley Kltch- through Satur ay by the Stover I __ I : :
COMMERCIAI HOTOGRAPHY MLu Sarah M Lowell has arrived log was the guest speaker, Accompanying Little Theatre at the university.: Mils Peggy Ulmer has returned I .
from her home in New her to the Palm Knowles Is a member of Theta to Florida State University I : I .
Real Estal Photography York City for a visl. ,with Mr: City meeting were Mrs Frank Alpha Phi national honorary after a between-quarter* holiday l I.
and Mrs. Paul Lord: McCord past president of the dramatic fraternity at Stetson with her parents], Mr. and Mrs. .
Attractive Photos of Jour Fishing Party and Catch. MN and Mrs Beth W. Lewis of Palm City group Mrs. Franklin He In the son of Mr and lira,. Ralph Ulmer. Colorado Ave h
IF Athens, Ohio arrived last week Jones president-elect of the Thomas C. Knowl's, 731 East bus -- 1 I
I /AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY to stay through April. They Stuart club Mrs Richard Furlong St Mr and Mrs Conrad Albracht' ;;; ,
k PORTRAITS AN spend several weeks here each ; Mrs Frank Chandler and -8 have as their guests for a wok '
( Bldf I Box 263 Phone 324 year Mrs. Charles Conrad Mr. and Mrs Bert Simmons Mrs Albracht nephew and 1
racier Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Stew- I Mrs. Hitching spoke about the winter visitors\ here for the last family, Mr. and Mrs Ward Balk- The WealAllPurpos j. ; ; ; i ft
""" -- --- art terminated their annual I projects and objectives of Federated two seasons left Monday forth well, and two daughters of'Clcve. .S ''I : I Ie.

visit for their In Stuart home Saturday in Shlppenburg and left I Woman Clubs 'tr home ....In......Elmhurst..... ... ...111...land.....,......-.....--.-..-.-. -...-....... . .. ..';..,.... .ese*..l..Outboard._'_. A/ ll...."'" j; u'''d ,i I"" ,
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ENGLISH Richard ray Warner execu- at luncheon and bridge r iIE"C"K"'EI'R"IS; I. ...... < t : .
COLIN tive secretary of the Sailfish I Saturday afternoon at her horn -==- _. & 'I' 1
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Club la exhibiting his favorite In Tropical Farms. Olven In I thO -" < /mElt jx7/ ? ,
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,'tUEVES EVERY HILD I SHOULD I I II HAVE ANtQUAL haunt In and about Stuart this i honor, of her house guest Mrs i 3 Miles North of Stuart on U. S. I lDE :.v:::, "FuU .: :':Jr.(U boll':.... f7 L 'IF!
week to his cousin Mrs Michael J. A Algler of New York City ralhr I..n..4IN.Whwll.r.4IN.Whwll. 1
I OPrORTUNIT FOR H.' GOOD EDUCATION I McOulre, visiting from Sarasota and formerly of Stuart. there ; joys : '*. f. "'
In and It
were two tables of bridge. Lunch- Com see $194.50 l'
served to Mrs C. B, FROZEN CUfeTARDS = I i '
TI. .. n..d.d.n. 14 dafd e. hw i CLIFTON LODGE eons was I
Mr. and Mrs Joseph L H,!r- Arbogast Mrs. E. L. Smith Mrs. r '. ALS i i\f'\
ron, parents of Charles Herron George Backus, Mrs Evana Cra- BESS HARDWARE CO. } ] il

M ha ,. d a. .,.a,, 4 rl.M.Y p It. e1.4pr.t..I and his brother Edward are expected ry Mrs Mrs.Web Ordway E A. ,MennlngerMrs. Mrs L. E.. I | Hot Dogft>xHamftirgers] Coffee =_ :J '
.. to arrive April IS for an Ashley
kta.-d.rd, I..4. N..II.h a.a..l ./ extended stay.Arriving Roger Spices. Mrs W. C' = Watch For Our Stand Just/outh Jensen Cut.Off Road _= "WHERE FISHING BEGINS"STUART ill\d
.. .e FNrld.9pr.eNN.a11N.1n. March 22 to Join Mr. Terrell, Mrs Boyne McPhersonand I BOX N FLA. PHONES $ and 216 \ fJ t
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The pr.rp. ef'.., p..k", INN -...., tl"Jlni'tier;; from WUmeUO i .Di, were won by Mrs: Ashley and - --- -

_.M dk I, .,.. .... ed.akN 4 lit chiI...s.Id..a. were Mrs. Mary Clayton. Oak Mrs. Spicer. Mrs Algler receiveda
.. I Park Ill.. and MM Louise Host, guest prize ,
.. I ..d. ...I_ .11' .se bet. .
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.. t..IeIbp.b..epne.pd.h.ww. Park:/ Ridge
1 Mrs Dorothy Tuck daughterof
Mrs Franklin Jones of Port
det.I 0..deub.l.u., 4 one GOVERNOR East '
BewaIl entertained at her
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---- e.r..rr 4th St. home March 24 on the
.v... WI ewth .... 0......Sh A> d.v.r... k. riN ...1... .. enthusiastic turnout elected 4th birthday of her son, Andrew.
.4..A,1nah'.Wl..d. wte,7. -'JMl.t.11. : ., J, W. Ordway chairman of A number of his small friends e
u.dy ......, .... .p..d.l..ble..uk.. h..hy.la..I,a at'Lb the Martin County Mccarty for enjoyed the affair,. Mrs Tuck V 'C :
,7.- .r..d..reke.c..e..d
J M Y .: Governor Club at the courthouse and ,her son will leave April T

4 ,14. .111..1.04' a_ :,I..";'n..nM._ :'::::'s..edt ; Friday night. William, to join her brother: Lawreno.JCnes'ln'r'ovlheetown, tttstf' -,

......11....... I. Ih '1"Id f .. '""* W M..........-4. OwwrnKt Corl was named secretary treasurer
.* Cll t.|lllll} .U i I ly and discussion was held on i HiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiuiinitiiiiiiiTimiiiiiiiiORES i i l l i
r.tMd.. .. It MM" lk... d.e.. of C._. .... *>,."..., reed .1 a countyWide campaign effort. 'S\A KIN C
i.A., The club plans to meet every It
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The annual banquet of the
r LI N ENGLISH Sailfish of America Chapter at of Martin Future County Farmers LET YOUR US DIAMONm REMOU DARK DRESSES ,,1'

High School will be held at tho
GOVERNOR Woman Club at 7 tonight. City, Values to 29.95 r $ I
I Commissioner Paul M. Hoenshel t ,
will be guest speaker and a
parliamentary procedure dem- JoR n 5.00 7.00100 'C i.a; ; l '
castration will be giVtn by a few c
lof the chapter 60 members tae aTFM1lI r f'Ak .
President Rob:rt Montgomery c'.4'
will be master of reremonlcs .:>.
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C'UMCS EQtlPFED Health of approximately ISO.000 CHICAGO HAS DRIVE-IN BANK Gladys Swarthout: to SingIn St. Lucie Restaurant

.Another major step to reduopthi In jqulpment) for cancer cllnlolit ,
.. Miami. Tampa and ron< \" THE HOUSE OF GOOD FOOD
death tall trom cancer wan
I"" t t'I r '|!:jt.lik..n. last month with the pur- i villa Dr. Wilson T. Sourer I": Sub Fort Pierce Tuesday Under the ement of
'officer ,
I"L of health said tod \
the State Board
:: :..1 B"L ....-.------ sr 'THE BEST"
I; (#, I Mist Gladys Swarthout famed operatic star, will present a SERVE/ OF FOOD

:t!' INNERSPRING MATTRESSBOX ; concert, ui the Fort Pierce Orade.School at I p.m. Tuesday. Voted A TRi/I. WILL CONVINCE YOU

/ PACE and the -most popular soprano on the air" for four successive yean SPECIAL,AUNCHEON 7Se
s -- I' SPRING and star of live successful movies Miss Swarthout's appearance will Reqee\For Special Dishes Filled
GLIDv feature,: the season's musical l 1 series In Fort Pierce.II CHAMBER Of
AT on 6)&s the contralto in a Kanaai
\Cltchurch choir had known heart That first season In ChU

i'' $69.50 V ue $5950 I how to hold her! music graceful- cago, she appeared In more than
spanPabn I '!/J Mist Swarthout herself might 50 per pent of the company's performances

!.: TWI JR DOUBLESIZE, +4 never have embarked on *" singing CI,
,'areer The church was the Soon came the realization of *
withitaciui 4 ?I: Ft. Bferce Sleep Shop lone which the Swarthout family every young alnger'i ambition a KITCHEN YPE FREElEtNORGE
1 -ttend'd when tbey moved to contract at the Metropolitan
ubiy Fort Pierce, F/. 120 N. 2nd St. Phone 710 Kansas City Just after: Gladys where she made her debut In I E 8.m r4" ;: Meps, Preid,
had turned 7. Whenever the con- the robs of the aged blind :La acre, bP

IKI) IHt pinking proll} <*m for the p"trons of this* bank, which, ofMf tralto stood forth la the choir Circa in "La Oloconda" ar toed.through tore..ls

II tit.iv".in .WTkife for its\ ciistomerSv As pk.ture4 tJ>ov*',' the, I loft, Gladys would squirm with The roles with which she Ismost J .w the e.r.

I F Porter ,1"I(miUit iiirnly, tljivH lit, takes rare. ,"f, Ills l Imnlwsn.Hml drive out displeasure the service. and she one said Sunday to her after of Mignon closely and Identified Carmen.are Since those __ Pas for self

tin -It.iftlx..\ <1' rear, Uiimiml) t tat is the link of iron ban normally1is mother, 'floM-day I'm' going to her Initial appearance as Strays

'(.'wlinl is i ith,ll PaiAt ,(...llIill:1i'.Ill1.1: ( lads |h..en Used! which in addition l (! in ullimling pioto woman how 'to hold her music.". established herself a* the rank -- BROS.
j & Body ShopOve 'turn" l to> hub (If'ncolll1ul.lIga ust liamlitV, guns!, ales I, ,* nut ,in way When she was 11 she! felt that ing Carmen of the day, leading l sty osczo.A AVF rouse le

,\htnuM' 'roan (the 3f ( P 2nd Floor) i It., teas ilniwpi' (Is prnviilixl 1 at tliivlNithnii" of 4hn winilow tar the up her curls "he went to the shawl and castanets Calve/Gar
choir mllsteand\ nonchalantly den and Farrar In M/40/ ,Bwarth-
h, 'H l 1", ,
mini raiiK."U
uijjt all-time
SPECIALIZlNfNflJUPHOLSTERING giving her ana as 19, applied fat'the puts Carmen broke the
Auto Painting Iv Metal Work C555S-S-I3 0 C3 OCSSSS- SS 0 C3 OC3S,3SE553 0 C3 OCS"i O position. The maturity of attendance.,record! at the famous SailsportRestaurant
Custom-made Slip CovV Sport Tops her voice as wcll!] as her hairdo Hollywood Bowl to which
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t Salerno Civic AssociationI i 1 I allowed tbs youngster to getaway she drew more than 25,000 opera Just South FruIt'/Creek Bridge On U. S. 1
with her magnificent. detention lover In 1.P41, her appearanceIn )
( t rrorso_oaoc oao I.. the Bizet opera! topped all exIsting NOW SERVINGALL
v Enscnnrd in her church job, records for the CincinnatiZoo
!)' MRS. GLADYS PERRY I (youthful Miss Swarthout was Opera The next sear, despite MEALS | A LA 'CARTE
Florida satisfied to have achieved an a threatening .thundershower *T'
REAL ESTATE "tl'lltlon, teen-agers: What she the role to
I I Ambition that had beset her so played
nn you wing to do with your many yean,, and merely acted an audience of more than 35.000 REDUCED PRICES .
I thin summer? Would ,
spanlime Ferris Wheel amused when her friends Urged at Soldiers Field in Chicago,
Hcmesiles and A'at rfronl outdoorKamci '. !
> !
<< *| you enjoy peasant :
/ I' her to try for the,higher reaches while her Carmen at Lewlsohn HOME COOKED MEALSSP
Re..o able In pleasant grounds or HORTENSE K. WELLS o< professional music. Wllhsut Stadium In New York In 1943 REAL
book In
New Address: 4th yrtei, Opposite School perhaps and cory, a room good in your a ownbulldlng :I Along about thin time of year her knowledge, thy formed a broke all attendance records! for DgCI IAL-
: when Fever committee to go to Chicago and j outdoor opera there
? What are some ot Ol'Spring gets you anXMEAT
I arrange,an audition for her with ( In private life the wife Of SPAGHETTI BALL
feel sort and
favorite pastimes? What and you droopy
would your I like them to be? Are broke-down-at-the-hlp, th re's I the Chicago! Opera company. To I Frank M. Chapman, Jr. (a form-
I IS oTT K[ UBIN ,you 'IHIC\you of t the young folks who i iI I one sure-Ore remedy that has her amazement! the result we/ er operatic baritone who nowserves BENJAMIN GOD! D, Owner '
her manager), Ch of Commerce
I dread, the day ahead when you : Grandma's sulphur and molasses] a contract.) Now.ahe was In theque'r as personal Member Martin County r
of Miss Swarthout divides her -
position being a member -
:aa.i iki In the morning because i beat a mile It s a dose ot Florida's '
I of one of America. top I hours between a Mew York
tin i n IK no place to go. and
fllliht opera companies without ,City apartment overlooking the
S "i"ilium lo do' ,I Whether the done be a matter : '
In East River and 150-year-old
having a single operatic role a
ties,,11, will not have' to look for- of hours days or weeks the result (hifew brief summer months I Connecticut farmhouse She still
11,1 i I i 1 in Mich days this.summer. I I. is sure to be a temporary be'ore her debut was to tak ,practices a minimum of iS.hoursa Our Machine \ Shop'is
I 11", .i eyou, will have the com- release from care and worry It pUct. she slaved and studied I week, and during the summer ,
i iiir\ v building to go to for play i I Is easy to forget high prices and
and by fall knew 23 role. by months at least five hours a day
.1',,i II as study You will not the question of whether or not --- ------ --...... Equipped handle fay of
; Fully to type
only\ have the building to look I i I the current strike of meat packers ,
i \award to, but you will have i I will convert you to vegetarianism i new' Sunday School I building In Metal Work. Bring your FarnfMachlnerj'
I 11)('",iiitlful grounds upon which :i I when you see the woods! CHURCH HOLDS complimenting the Rev W, O.I
.all or arranged equipment for filled with. snowy .dogwood yellow Aldridge on the successful yearCourson ,Repairs to Us. We have a swlled operator
1 i "i(door activity Would you like I Jessamine and the dep rose I II said
the State Bfchop
If it's made metal and
: in charge. ft
?i < national Instructor to help ot the redbud trees TO drive ANNUAL MEET I
I has announced that change
oath basketball and baseball? I through sunlit acres of orange
.FROSTLOKFREEZAREA needs Machine Work See
I of ministers would be made at '.,
Sin", 'n also Is being arrahged I groves, fragrant with bloom and
Would you like your own hear the music of Florida song the annual State meeting unlessIt I
I U 8286
Receipts ot $ during
al club? That can be birds Is as near Heaven as one was requested by the pastor
t VACUSEALTIGHTWAD Would you like your own mU8IC-1 can !get on this earth I the past year and a present bal- hlrrfcelf
Would your parents Amid such surroundings' it Is ance ol $5,488.35 was reported by STUART MARINE/ VICE Inc
having such wholesome difficult to realize that in the Ira Decker, treasurer at the annual All quarterly conference official ,
at your disposal? I same world Is contained the meeting of the Methodist were nominated by: Al- /
mi 12 other blgtNACOFMTILIZERCO festered then to do your part you are I II hatreds, distrust and suspicionsof I Church March 21. The Rev fudge fore 'ctlon With the Phone 33

wt.ntcd Saturday afternoon at mankind, to "remember that Henry W. Blackburn of Miami uddlUon of David B, Irons M a

1 40 C on the community lot in i even as tM dead of World War presided steward Pecker was re-elected .
,lit, liothcx We' must get the I I II are being returned to their j Sunday School Superintendent treasurer ---- -
f H Thayer
u was
.rounds. around/; our building homeland that talk of World A. C. Courson who was re- '
: a* secretary, Thayer also was
War III ,I!elected to the position reported .
leaned! up) so the bulldozer can has become distressingly named d'Vgate' to the annual WHEN YCU NEEDLUMBER
grade the lot before landscaping general is regarded as almost large Increases in enrollmentand
I State conference, and Senator
Can the certainty. We attendance at the Sunday
we get grounds a don't believe '
lone before -the men get the there Is any sane person who '' School w1lch.were! the principal I leader Evans Crary. Committees was elected include lay*
building done Let's have a race really wants war; whether we I reasons tor the building of the and
music, Aldrldge Joe Philp
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,ivt show the the have learned from bitter
s men boys expert .
W R Leach; audit, Irons, Cour ORlVNYBUILDING
:udtins. can work too and that cmiof the past how to avoid the part of Congress Is giving
son and Thayer' ; pastoral relatiON -
i hrv ant to do their share and war la open to question. From :aid and comfort to fellow travel' Crary and Leach. )
bt :a part in this work Pearl 'Harbor we should have I era and other unattractive characters Mr. Aldridge reported 29 new MATERIAL
LIMM' meeting w:! had B. F learned that strength does not i in their efforts to preventthe member received by the church
i Ph e* 296 and 297 Johnwlck with U$. t wish every lie in unpreparedness that our passage! of VMT during the year bringing to 78 -*.
505 S. DIXIE HICf WAY FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA person in Salerno ,could have greatest safeguard Is In making It way be recalled that when I the number gained during his CALL Ckt SEE
-- heard the fine talk he gave us. America so strong!, militarily Industrially the bill to pay former Ola for 1 \\f rms hire J.
HP spoke of building personal- and morally that unusual leave time was stymiedIn A brief accompanied m
Ill, both Individual and of this other nations will\ think
:s not committee It was forced out '
laying of the cornerstone of the
e i'immunity' His remarks mad twice butmany, times before attacking : by the stnglehanded efforts of: new Sunday School building after East CoasiA Lumber
"The People's Choice"Nominated ncryone feel that all effort we either this country or Hep' Dwight Rogers, who buttonhole the morning church service
have\ put forth In building the our friends and allies\ reluctant Congressmen:
Sunday with Mr. Blackburn
nisi naltty of a community ,,1suniiimhlle As of national de- ; pre- ,
a means and secured the number of signers siding The bulldlrlg commute '
w 1 and lasting One andill fense, George Washington ad- necessary to bring the bill comprising Decker, "Thayer, A I & Suppl Co.
arc urged to attend then vocated a system of universal to the floor, whereupon| was I M. Bhrigley and William Smithwas
V the ro, I infi,'t1 n"s military training and this has passerby unanimous vote That I presented along with\ Cour-
State/ Democratic Jjecu- it rnii will be able to offer been endorsed by other Presidents bill was Important to former son and Mrs.. J. F Bozone, chil I Phone 22 P. O. Box 305* ,Stuart Florida
anti" I ',):h i a fine band concerti both Democrats and Republicans Ole, the UMT is Important to dren'
tive Committee, resenting i,. Martin County High its.passage is nowi. beIng every man woman and child in : _superintendent ___ -
the citizen\ot a hoot Band In a short time. urged not only by the ad- this country I .

each county, and gi i'' U::,,:itch:," for notices of \the event ministration but by Secretary Every member of the FloridaCongressional I .
nearly 1 Fornstal, Secretary Marshall delegation ti on
200,000 vote 1 Who ha a piano for our com- and General Elsenhower record as supporting UMT with
the 1916 general election i alto i building? If you haven't The Republican majority; 'ink\' the single exception of Senator VICTORY >TEL
Ed Fraser certainly i u, do some Inquiring for us, Congress Is giving the world a Pepper' who is Joined In his
can consider himself"The .'11(1! see If we can not arrange mosterful exhibition of political opposition by Henry Wallace and r
i J"- i i>n< very soon cowardice by keeping the UMT his walking mate, Senator Tayl
People's Choice." a i <''n to the school house at bill bottled up in committee; th* or. Against the combined Judg-
A LEGAL TECHNICALITY I ., pm next Wednesday and at- Democratic minority Is exhibit- ment of these three the peopleof MARINE 'OM
WIIICII BAr. i I' i id our meeting We shall have ing the same courage in falling America will/ yioose: that of
""Iii' special speakers who will to attempt to force the bill out Washington Wilson, Marshalland
t RED HIM FROM: OFFICE roc you 'vital information you of committee t
by of
means peti Eisenhower and demand in
I NO LONGER EX- : m learn in no other way. This tion. It !b. unfortunate that this no uncertain terms that UMT BACK. BAR /B-Q
r ISTS. "nt, iuiUon' is for everyone lack of intestinal fortitude on be enacted into)aw
Dont forget the card party ____ /
f 11". bf held tomorrow at S p.m. a..a I NEW' MANAGEMENT ., NEW POLICY
it Mrs Homans House! Mrs
y IP IPI 4 p wilbar and committee will "THE PRICES REDUOn ED
RE- tECT be in charge. The next dance ,
mil be Saturday In front of Our
EDWIN G.fED FRASER 'ftottens store.

i i Protect your job by preventing
STATE MPTROLLER destruction of Florida's woodlands Ss Or:
1ii basis of the State's third
(Political Adv. Paid for fer Local Friend of Bd green) THE EVERYBODY ''
I } most Important agricultural Industry KNOWS "BIG GEORGE"HOT

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nooaINO SIDING BRUCE and HARRY'SFed. Have You Tried Those Delicious Hickorl Smoked Rib*

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oIJSALlSAUS t7P In January, according to C RECREATION COURSE REBUFFED AGENTS Harris R Lower. Jr. have been
whoftaalt sale! Patter Person, regional director : STARTS APRIL 12 f FSES REPORTS' PRESBYTERIANSPLAN I l
< \trend m of the v. S, Department of appointed:! as committee from /
I remalneO JlP'V.ni Commerce Recreation the club to assist R-A president / /
South leader of
!M four 1fi
Mr* Evans Crary with the affair .
ocrot .u= ."* counties will go to school for NUMEROUS JOBS BUILDINGWith "
THE PALM CLUB three days beginning April 12 in ASk FO T
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e MILKS NORTH or miAT ON o: a by short the general course to Extension be conducted Division OPEN INSTATE'Agricultural A the assistance of the Proves FAST RELIEF forPAWMISERIES NAME

HIGHWAY at the Clvle Center In Fort Presbyterian Board tot national

Dane Every Tess, and Wed. Nile Pierce. D, C. Huskey short Missions In New ''York City a

course chairman for a region workers continue Presbyterian Church building d 1.lumll 11II.1,1., lwchge, I

SHELDOJl AKER TRIO which Includes St. Lucle, Martin, to ben -a'chief mass demand' till be constructed ere"hIJ. Sera. t owlet!
r Indian River summer. tne pastor, the i JUST n.htrphlnau. ,, N..u..I....
RueKkcl at the piano Saturday, nights D and Okeechobee: among the lob openings registered A. Cwrlel has announced. .he qn_ 1.1.' A. .wails' MIpp TNIefTTNN M1
Tex Counties, today said that UK the Florida Employment I Mrp IIp. PO" pr '. NkURM
I|CHOICE WHISKIES. WINES/AND LIQUORS course! will consist of both lee'turqa with State It will be, located on the triangular I aALM. p en hp, .k.p4.. .10.1 kptM ,, ,
BEI ft Service according to' the Mlllitl ok ewttWpA .4 r "
BOTTLE block owned
demonstrations and actual by I : .
CLUB planning I of recreation, Including !the current State Inventory of Church In Stypmann Subdivisionwhich
HE PAL a climaxing party as a lob openings. is pounded by North Illinois .,
otool o 1 or ot o I laboratory demonstratlon'ofwhat There is a big demand tor bean' v" Ave., Ave. and Rlverslde JT lI "
can be done."Recreation pickers with openings for .pproxlmatoly Drive John F Stetson of I teat ,
leaders are not 200 families In the Palm Beach architect reports ,''I' FORJTOURCONVENIENCE u' :
Just professional recreation directors Lake Okeechobee area. Previous + 1 building specifications: will be In J h'I

PRO !T E C T '......> playground supervisors experience is preferred. the hands of contractors ""withina d
and athletic specialists," Husky Rooms In a 200-room hotel are few daya.p Exact coat of the I
ILOTHESI said. "Anyone who has to :work available to 150 women to work new church ,has not been del and VFFICIENT '
YOUR with groups of people for tun as process laborers removing rmlned. TMI KA ti i UCH TOO
Your Winter duthinj, Blankets Eta and relaxation Is a recreation: sections from citrus fruit at Aid from the missions board ''HOW t TNI M* lftNtlMK SERVICE '
Have ? leader This Includes'club pro,Dade City, Basle work: week for &\ came when It voted March fi> >MI> T 4t*
gram chairmen, church social !these women is 40 hours and 18 to appropriate a grant of I
Dry Cntaned planners. Boy and Olrl Scout, cafeteria, sundry shop and laun I $2,000 plus a loan of $6.000 to the :
441 club leaders;school teachers, dry facilities are a part of the R. Stuart church Dr Carrlel said locations
and eitncr and summer camp counselors housing( unit, : Opjx'lilicimer' the Atom'' The action concluded negotiations

Moth-Pro\ed The program, has been plannedto Perry has called for 38 mal i Boml Uppers, was described 1 1y under way for the past several

have an appeal to the widest sawmill laborers The openingare I Louis J J. RutiwH! House UnAjnerlcan years. he added. Last step Phone 327 9154
t variety of Interests and group for the Stuart church beforebuilding' one '
In Moth Pr \f for unskilled colored sawmtl Activities.Committee'
Put Bags activities begins Is to negotiatesale Bus Statio
( (Pure Oil Station '
For the SummlrJTakt labor such as stackers and Jog Investigator, m the man who of the chapel property on ) jt
tE CHURCHES OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST roller Four-room houses are rrlniffeti SmM iignili' trying to Osceola.dJllnlnl the Dehon

"UNREALITY: t tl available for married workers or gain information about "Mthlysecret 91dg. on the east.ROTARYA&N IDEA?.' T/XI SERVICE
U t>J-4 of the
'AJvanlafe el Our Fumoif Berloa Moth-Proof.g ,...,............. klrh. hall !W, fewl I.I In. room and board arrangements ; work"at the University/ of
Ch Srlntllt. can be made
I of.JItrl"L! tkraiilk.mill PARTY t ?,
E Year Guarar .. es1 .M rorN California rnduitfon Liilmnitnry.
|, Service. Ten 5. 555050.. April 4. I
.TM c;"_ Teat la, ..... not hill Three electrical engineers are
chit U 4phN mi.l In mill!ll| frraltr needed In Orlando Requirements Next Wednesday noon's meetIng -
kill W aU! mmnpmM <<<)<* be eliminated
of Rotary Club will
Include BS. In
saait: a degree t
Expert Diking Rene tho..Ilatl u .hlh _twt.. electrical! engineering or the Perpetuation In favor of a buffet supper -
..... .. ,
tM 'u the hap
tho 50,1.' "Whtnfar" Ca.101..1.,. ..hindpmq equivalent plus two.to four year and dancing party to be Aiyqouncitig' f.
S [artin Cou/ty Cleaners fort th.t .hI.h .N ..t b.d, a5/ Of experience liven; by Rotary-Anns at Sun
...,. .
I. .. .
roc tor that .ht. lifotk Forests Inn E. TJohnwlck. '
Of rise Tuesday evening
sat' ......... dllltr.I, pats m.. ... Openings for a chef In Key
CEORG/ KEITH ..,t I'..'that chit,, 'I. :spl, .1 M, rpr West, a display man in Tallahassee ._ Grover King and FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE F
sal Caliphs heir i ,
htMM lpls k l
pouts Citizens Bank / Stuart, Fla. eaRlTM, ). translator In West (
I UO....-........ .1,. Inrliuln th. a and restaurant Key to Future A COMPLETE
..., .. Palm Beach, a or
S testis.!..... t.tbtok|i. .fop.........tk*and Ckri.lta H..lth coffee shop manager In Leeaburi Order rbw for 1948 .J : DAIRY LINEI" h I
.t'h' h. 'to tho anptnn., h. Nnrr are also the current Job ---- PlAting! \
... among
II. .
ede "What it t nsd ppn41 Trees are a crop Directly and
saw '.n spat ea", portal openings listed
a tp.pgrsry AVOCADO i\I
I INVITES ,. ., ,. Indirectly this nations timber
TOMMY YOU span ot thin' shneat ''n .1
... Group workers In Scouting are A PASTEURIZED MILK ".
.tit hate Minns only to Truth. Harvest billions- dollarsof I, .BADE r
T. aat..61' ..... .. pumps MAN
the anrr.l 1 i. he .1 still listed as urgently needed In Q'
_. .. ..... America's
wealth Into
this I. -
IrtoMFwhlck. 5k.. ,,. bf Chrtattan both Tallahassee and Pensacola.Orlando economic PErfalAN 'f' \ JJMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK 1 '
'Vl TO ENJOYA ht .I I. tltainM.' bloodstream each LIME'Brookt ( J'
I I fit .........d. hr _iso Joy I.OG I. also baa openings for year. + J'J rR
bra mrtin. a.. tr.Alrr, .... I. ....... aI B.S Wood supplies the raw material \ "
three male with a
physicists Nurseries BUTTERMILK
TASTY II..', for dozens of this nations major ower ; '
----- its eguival- 1
-- degree In physics or
f 1 ent plus two years of experience Industrie that employ hun Inc. S' FEE CREAM ff' t,
DELICIOUSSANDWICH dreds of thousands of American '. O. Box 36
Anyone Interested in any of wage earners Timber\ ranks high .
I KERI stead' Florida t
these positions may contact the among Americas most impor- WHIPPING CREAM.
local office of the Florida State tant 'tl I
f'1k e Employment Service at 127 South R CREAM
and The perpetuation of that for-
2nd 8t. Fort Pierce.
tom" .harvest Is all Important to eautiful RugCleaning i''
+ YOUR FAVORITE PILOT 'PROVES the present as well as the future 61 'I

MIX WEEKLIES STU"BEST well being of the people of Florida BUTTER AND.EGGS ,: :
DRINK ONCRETEREINFORCiN Because more and more I Sc a sq. ft : 1f '
Americana are becoming aware Pie \Up and Delivery I f

THE WAY YOU UK \IT PREPARED "The pilot study of the Carthage United of that States fact "Tree are growing Farms"at In the the I Service FROM OUR TRUCKS t I i ii I

, A GOOD PLACE :TOBRI, i YOUR FRIENDS STEE by((111 the"I Hancock AdvrtUlng County! Research Journal rate taster of, 1,000,000: acres a year, or I Spar ite Products FAVORITE GROCER i t ;f fR t I

FOR A GOO1renuum IME Foundation, In cooperation with Service : ;
America now boasts 1352 "Tree
the Weekly Newspaper Bureau of
_ Beera' Fine Liquors CONC EBLO the National Editorial Association Farms having a total area of i Phloet 1197 BAR "'SDAIRY r rP.
news 14924282 acres according to 900 S. Dkie I "
proves what weekly Highway '
$ American Forest Products Industries O. JdpC M4J, STUARTCome
DANC |G paper publishers have always Ft. \'erce I
contended: that page<< for page, Inc.;, a national organization .. __- -_ .. I I t'
Open All Day Sund representing forest Industries ___ -J- .__ I .
Every Sunday STEEL &ALUMINUM ad for ad line for line, the nation mpP ,'. ,""I '
's community newspapers of* that are seeking to assure : '

TOMMY1S BARON WINDOWS fer national'and local concerns, this. country. a perpetualcrop wrLm"U 4nTj ''I' ,
the best advertising value" says of trees.Membership '

MASON WHITE Ed M Anderson, publisher of the In the "Tree I I.j
U. S. 1 KOBE/ ND-.ONLY Brevard IN C,) TransylvaniaTimes. Farm"* program la open to all
PORTLANDCHMENT owners of forest land or land .j ,

12 Mile'Soutf of Stuart "n the pilot study Is coupled suitable for forest growth Members MI And See For Yourself :> ''I'

Ample! ParCnf Space Phone 741 Fort Pierce with the circulation: analysis of: arm pledged to grow treeson :
conducted their land In accordance with
I for the Weekly Newspaper Bureau good forest managment practice
--- by Crossley,Inc." Anderson *_

sW I continued, "you see a vast.small Owner of Florida timber resources HOW JOTPOINT WALL I"I

LET THERE BE'LIGH town mark, with thoroughlyread not already cooperating t
'j4 weekly newspapers reachIng In the "Tree Farm" program
Into one third of all familiesIn may make full use of their forest
the United States and into land today and at the same time
three fifths of all families in provide new crops of trees for
.r communities of under 10000 tomorrow.

SO IT WAS IN THE BECINNI G population That the weekly Major objective of the "Tree ENDSOARBAGE PROBLEMS
newspaper Industry la amply Farm movement Is to bring all ,r i
I Justified In Its claim to a larger woodlands into full productionto l ,
LIGHTIsssss share of the national advertising serve this and succeeding generations I t
budget Is clearly shown Tree farming Is a na- 1 f
tional dedicated to the 1t "
THE SOURCE OF LIFEWARMTH FLORIDA BUSINESS encouragement program of protectionand Simply Dfp Food Scraps Into Drain

HOLDS HIGH LEVEL permanent productive vat A

d of privately owned forest lands. .Thiy'r hredJed Electrically And
Florida business, on the whole
HOP continued at a high level SUMMER TOURIST Washed Aw&I Safe, Easy, Sel(-(leaning I Id
through 1947 as shown by composite CAMPAICNSLATED

CONTROLLED LICHT research gauges and Industrial examined division by the q, Before fo scraps'even can become I I'a.
Tampa April 1.:-Florida will
I"t MEANS PROTECTION FOR YOU : YOUR of the Florida State Chamber of spend $ 0,000 In advertising to ? garbage, thtposall new Hotpoint Electric Dim
Commerce and reported In yesterdays .
t/t: HOME FROM THE HARMFUL EF CTS OF weekly business review. tourist Simulate ustne.spring.. That and sum summer, largest shr< Is them and washes them

'J'W3Sf TOO MUCH SUNLIGHT. "The most reliable single ever allocated for spring and 1 I down the driA-the sanitary and odorless
,01< gauge, bank debits. Increased summer promotion was
'JVj.J approved -
Wi 3 V
CUlTOW; D[ per cent in 1847' over 146 Last by the Florida State Advertising ,r t 'Si way! This tn&zing unit is self-clesning-
TRASO year S988 new businesses were Commission at IU oEisis' i t
FA CAN'MAka Y R HOMII incorporated In the State tanking meeting here. March time saving-Quid costs less than IOC a

({ VENETIAN .BLINDS 10 LO't-Y Florida. eighth among the The allocation will be spent! month to opfcatt! fits 'most any sink fi +
States in this respect. In view
VENETIAN THEY ARE A MATTER OF GOOtf TASTE principally In newspaper and Come and iswbr demonstration
BLINDS of this large number of new magazine,advertising Thirteen in a today. f fI MHERTS
business foreclosure: were low. national magazines of general I
as .A Lasting Investment in .uty to Add Perfection to Your RoorA Non-farm real estate foreclosures circulation business and sports II t
reached their lowest level will be used in the campaign ti t
Dcntt' .Wait Any Longer, CallTRAS day FORT PIERCE 225. ft I' j In 1844 as estimated by the Fed : + '

eral Home Loan Bank System, I
CO. ,turning upward last year" I i \ NOW O Y aim 9 wn 1) t tlsryasst
3'/ n U. S. 1 NEGRO HEALTH WEEK SET L + a > .5 e \

Ample Parkinf, :+. Need for a health plan for the II. ..,Terms

Individual negro and his family I : .
I FcJ-t Pierce, Florida will be emphasized la Florida ET.EProperti $1247A, .IayhlssNl
ONE t shnesl
JOB DONE WELL, P. o. Box 1012 during the observance of Na I '" .J I. YM 1
tional Negro Health Week April I + r, CtT ; SIU
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,4-11, It was learned this week "'- -
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of all kind.

for I. Y..nnwve ie.*.l ca_..... J. k t t
tea e..Fy so.|M .Me. *.!. ......... I I ,
Immediate Kc $pone To Every Emergency Call e.pl...* .iriret cw ..... turn I Ia.1
t "t e
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Also a and insure '
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Our Towing Service, E\uipped To Handle Even Heavy Trucks, Responds ImJnediately ante en ..W **>*, which ,
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Official f Representatives Jn,, Martin County for. AAA., Edward pp .uisaoeli

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Dollars ._,. or
York HablU
--- learned In .
I I I FocfConstable2nd IM home will determine one'suotulneiu Spent 'ty, Cool'
I I later l in life, according : MARTIN COUNTY
4 'District U' Rabbi, Ahron Oplwr member At Home an
sub t u ll>. OmxcnHc P.ia..y, of the Jnter-falth committee Grow'
? M.r w ip33 j which Is sponsoring National Stay :'
1 p it PACE V; Charles A. Family Week this year from. BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY Mat
May 2:t for the sixth tim At Home CDs,
ATVJ4 ,I JIAAMS ANvbtWiu1"1"< 0 Yout Rmin<> Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business,

YOUR art AND jurroRTi
Examinations the XJ 8 --
A ECIATE.i I by Civil -
Ad Service have been announced
for position I of physicists electronic -
spanPalm i I|I engineer: mechanical' engineers <:, si a : COME IN FOR YOUR OMPLETE Get Miles of WearRECAP
1 t 'tl CAMPBELL'SOralje
8 8w
I core drill operator and I favorite ElectsJVand Refrigera-
WlthtfacllU helpers The Vacancies exist In tiVSERVICE
rlorldi or surrounding States. records Juice
No Job >oo Large Or Squeezed
slbly STUARTCITY Applications will be accepted Indefinitely Too Shutll V our sG,
COMMISSK! for all the posts Fur- Fresk ally'
ther Information maybe secured ROBES NDELECTRI
Regular Meeting] from Mrs. Gertrude Mlnnehan ) Requests CO. Wholesale > al,
ut the Stuart Post Office Filled solicited

6:00 and P. M.2nd 4th. heREC Day. So P neHob. 3271 CH ASOJN'S Fed. Highway

; WEDNESDAYSStuart ROTAIIY CLUB By pumping water (gnd! natural gas Into the depths <>f tlie od fields, P SHOP I Nile hone I Service Sjption II.I- and Jensen 1 R dI

City Ha ,ti STUART N.. 3303 modem science it bringing 10 to 50 per cent more oil to the surface Lyric eatre Bldg.TRU Stua 3474 Federal rfghway
( ItDv, \; CHIS Wde.'R ILLS I This typical ems-sectlon shows one way its dune. Here gas is

3f 1 '/1'' Y.: sedan aAUN! .7L pumped in, above the oil pout, and water underneath ft These II _
Public Always WflcomaUIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlfiimilllllllllll trARRI .WwsaY artificial pivMiins from uuo\e and below, force the oil to /low I
.n'orr through the sand! or neck in which it li imbedded and up the Well ANFertil Ray The Best 1 Fred A taffordRegi Web Or/way)
Sketch Gulf Oil.Notes I
shaft Is bused
on an explanation by erTUXE F / GENERAL

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FREI of i" Interest; To VeteransJoseph j FEEDS ANDGENERAL I ELECTRIC'Appliances Civil gineer AUTHORIZED>EALU rF0RD

B Doing Business At USE F I Kitche Laundry,
E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer Cabinets d all man SALES MD SEIVICI
| Equipme Sales and Service Co. J At office of H. K Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarters1)30am4pm I POULTRY INSECTICIDES REMED S appllane ltacllos. Land Su eyorStsaeh DA AND NITER
) Monday 'DpIH: nuauioo: ZM WREO SERVICE
5 Moisture here and When You /ant It" STUART FEED ORE II MARTIN OUNTY rlda so SEPAIR3
= IRRIGATION arm PVMPS, POWER UNITS ND SPRAYERS Z Illllllllllliliiiilillllllllllllllllliiliiiiillii I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiimiiiiiiiim/ 134 FLAGLER Ave..Pf NE 3t5 LEC RIC I PhoneJ I
WE MANUFACTURE Subsistence allowances for veterans BEAN PICKERS SOUGHT PhoD. 75
Free = In education and training .- _
Springe Portable Irrigation stems IN CANAL POINT AREA ---- -

5 SO.W FORT PIERCE sail'ANGE AVE. vary with the veteran economic _____ a0 .
: .,., condition. Answers to subsistence There is demand for ---
A large
Opp u. I. P.o. a Lahl Sub t. = 7 S
[fuIIIII..JI! 111111111 1II.1!' II II I Ibthl llllil 111 lllllllllllllllllllllllll 11111111111111111-f questions asked by and veterans other frequently are- bean pickers, Horace B. .Jones, I Stuart axe .1 HOME%UILDINGe
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obtained from the Veterans Administration manager of the Fort: Pierce office -

and/ published In of the Florida State Employ- Billy sez. HIGBFE &
this column as a service to veterans ment Service announced today. SERVI .

YES HAVE IT Jones said this office had received (a., ./...\1 ...... hp tbs. A....... C rW T. WIIU.| ">, WORTVUJ
Q.-Will Veterans "Administration pendabt. :
an order for 150 families to Prompt -
Increase the $13 80 I get for beans in General Cot
pick the Canal Point ractui
RUBBEk my 10-per cent World War IIserviceconnected area Con ousPHO Why do we find it easy to and Re. irs )
: disability In
TILESHEET event I marry? Adequate housing now available sin so HARD to do what' P. O. Bo $32
A. .No Your for colored workers since One Block W st P.II
compensation Is
1491P1T right? Because th' play, we
based the the Oovernment released the City Bridge The
on degree of disability -
for your toors No additional compensation housing project for migratory dabble in, ofttimes leave Righ
Is payable for dependents.. workers in this section. The I ( vicious BITEI Our folks now
and spring bean picking season is
expected to last about set a faster clip it keep
Q-I am a former WAC with
an honorable discharge and months longer and workers will FORD'S them on th' run too many I.
contemplating '
R BBER be asked to work an eight to 10- feet a-chasm Jensen jnd dwe
marriage to a non- hour ar apt to slip, : ,
veteran Will the marriage cause day depending upon the things called "FUNI"! I'
Housing for families
me to lose any of my rights to
to beautify Kitchen CaJpnets E
your and Drmmboards. Is at a reasonable rate and are They' double-cross, to keepthe'
benefits under the OI bill? I
Over 20 colors from which t tcJfelect and all furnished with the of FOR RENT
guaranteed exception
A.-No<' and TRY _
j Cottages and Boats dates, never bat an THM THE
of course, Let our t >ert mechanics install a dishes utensils and linens.
lifetime floor of rubber ti'sT' in your home. I Q-May I-be-furnished a Anyone Interested in securing food 1 i .J.'s eye, when down in Court ARE llORE THAN
wheel-chair by yeterans Administration one of these jobs may apply to WHO SALk m4 RETAIL 'they scuttle mate, if that I /
? the Fort Pierce office Of the i Bat For Sale helps 'em step HIGH I These APT 0 HAVE n
Visit us in slur new Aowroom at 900 South A.-VA will furnish you a; Florida State Employment Ser-
Dixie opposite the iprk in Fort Pierce heel-chair If you have a serv vice at 127 South\ 2nd St. JENSEN BEACH acts they do, as you may BeacON
ice-connected disability requiring I I AT BOUNTY BRIDGE know, are shown upon th'.creen J4 en
the use of a wheel-chair, or I STUART ETA BOYS 'I th' lowest play !Is
0 U a wheel-chair Is required for I EYE APRIL RODEO billed "Top Show," when
use at home upon your discharge: --r really it'. UNCLEAN I II =
from period of hospital treat- More than dozen I
a membersof
GRIFFIN/ECKER/ Inc. ment or domiciliary care. the Sailfish chapter of the I LOOK I UR11BESTIf I What do folk who ee these plays? Well, some CRETE
Future Farmers of America! at rive them no but some art ruined for all the'r Foundations, Floor
Q.-Will Veterans Administration Martin I Y Visit Sidewalk.
FLOO County High School planto day they and GET CAUGHT! Th' Movie Driveways,
COVERINGS guarantee a Gl loan for an compete in a rodeo and horseshow Blocks: Brick Dn
I auto house trailer that I can use sponsored by the Fort MUN6HS Czar should ban killers, two-timin', sex an' such Ti 14 Septic Tank
FOR PIERCE. FLA. during my vacation to house me Pierce High School FFA chapter BARBERfeHOPOldest AMUSE TH' without .th' THRILLERS THEY In Fact
I. and family? ln I I
my | Fort Pierce tomorrow and ''WON'T BE
I A.-No. u".ns- 10" nits,.",. Saturday. I Shop ft Stuart I Everytffjpg in Concre,

purposes cannot be guaranteed. The affair will open at 1:3Q j Your Patronage
,or Insured by the VA,- p.m. tomorrow with premlminary Appreciate ,

I QI would like to change I eliminations which'at least In 13 FFA five boys events from in 1 Lyric Theatre Idg. I. L CKER

I I the beneficiary on my national Stuart will compete for entry i, I L BOil 936 one naI
service life Insurance policy fees ranging up to $5. The show
without letting the old beneficiary I and rodeo finals will be April -.
know about it Can I do 3 starting at 2:30: with a first 1I CAS
this? prize of $25 and a second of $5 i I StuartAuto
A. Yes A veteran may scheduled in each event. Eleven .FOR SALE I
change the beneficiary or I beneficiaries vents are on the April 3 card.A a[ MORE Golden ate Camp
of his national service parade at 10 a.m. will precedethe I Cabin do Trailers This i C{ p
Insurance at any time with- finals. Admission will be 75 NEW valuable space at '
Another :' out their knowledge or consent cents for adults and 50 cents for I FOR DULLLiraii5S Beer, Mats and Gas I a most reasonable price Modern Cofiifti

Reason for Q.I have a OI loan and now students HAIR Bottle Veer Served to keep I And Trail/ Court,
your name and
have lost my job. Does the law Su days RENTAL, av rff wiut i iMorrH M
permit me to get the additional WE BUY Junk Little f \ service before j *
usingTUXEDO ,_ benefit of readjustment compensation i 2g miles .Stuart, j i 6,000 AU CONfLNIENCU

I ? wrecked, oars, scrap I Fed Hightwa No. 1 people every week. BLAIR */d BAKER
I A Yo.
FEEDS you are entitled 'to I eav
copper and II. 014 Dial. H.r rhea
I readjustment allowance Your ie a 3e -
/ home loan has nor bearing on SISCO'SAUTO i Stuart&T ., s
your right to unemployment I
compensation You should apply I PART I
to your State unemployment Boat e LET S

"The Better They Eat The figher They Sell%" I service to receive readjustment South Dixie Hig ay Fresh Give Your ft or Truck I
'j allowance. s I
CompM0 Check
H __ Fort Pierce ] Up Asa td.
f PROPERLY fed li.rHo U h.Athier, faster !growing Q-How do I apply for an Increase Phone 1We'll ERPEair ./ED ATTENDANT II s..
I livestock-weighing more pijf pound of feed consumed In compensation? A P MECHANICS.> All KI.4. I
giving/ you a better IfF'f't when market day A-Write to your VA regional I Dry I OP as> HOUR DAILY ROAD
comea around. K office for the proper forms. and
give the reason you believe the Stailjard
Stock and poultry raixrrs Ji td they nave time and Increase Is justified oat Oil Co. I
: I work by using Tuxedo FerdnJSo complicated feeding Mecca SERVIcx sTATION
'program. In Tuxedo Feed *fur stock and poultry get; SPRING TOMATO DEAL aALPH P cHANDI.ER, '0503, 1
the proteins the "llamina he mineral, and other GETS UNDER WAY J...... 6. .a saeWI D 5Il W.y i /
: I elements they need for lies, tte..ults. Every ingredient

Is laboratory-tented, feeds tested to give you the The spring tomato deal in the P -
,' greatest value in every lV nd of feed purchased. Fort Pierce area will get under I H I
I II Ii way Monday with an anticipated
i volume of 3500 crates for the PAIN SCO.HtS JOB PRINTING I Quinn's Store I GIVE

I \ STUART FEED TORE ti week. The volume will gradually ,
Increase as more acreage comes I PAINTS roceries Your
i Into production and will reach VARN Letterheads I i And Fr Foods
FLAGLER AVE. BHONE 210 peak the Iliad! ; week of May Fieldsare ENAMELSPlumbing Statements .
In exceptionally good condition NOVElAnD.T PROouc 1948 MembershIp
and prospects for a good I D..1.. Ruled Forms ajyJen ,
I ) TUXED* FEEDSFOR season A cucumber at this time machine are very has\ good.been He's Got w LUAMSD.PONTsP Circulars n Beach tO the. M;

1 Installed on the platform, and a Life! ucTS
LIVESTOC AND POULTRY [ light volume qf cucumbers will I Phone Phone 300 atss" .5s. Pq3, ., s..1, RED ROSS:
P. O. Arcade P. Box 577
move over the market this weekend give Pl NE
your orn 91314FRA
_.__. -- -- ---_- ---- fatigued tires a .'s and This Week
f I wind" that'll mak 'em t
ride like brand-new I Ing
West Palln Beach Directory in your old trend area r & tAkting K HALE

today We'll renew In Met Seaw lls
1 When In West Palm Beach These. Firm Appreciate Your atronaJ.BADCOCK'S a jiff 1 Sheet 'RO

PUMPING SYSTtlfl Boat I,,""
Reasonable Pri s ousel
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Moos, TO ass MOM" HAWTHORNE. Stuart Rec All Tyrfi Of Marine Roof
ROOFING STUART PLUMBll G nstructtoaIvn pair' .
512.Clematis St. CO.furnitur ServiceChason's C .
llt. METAL WORK 511
Ss. lorade I .
Taylor Ai (
and OOriNO-SHEIT: MITAt Phone
o Service tationso. 10x (4* 41 and Lean foI ,r, rM
House Furnishing OPTICIANS .> orroumurraCUtMATS IfUTING-VIlfTIL4TIIIG P. O. Box 474 ..
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