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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
daily
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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iOARD BALKS AT 1 WAS CROWNED SPORTS QUEEN FCR 1946I 'Park Conscious' Stuart Planning

Reward !
$10

MING STUART Unified Effort for Beautification


NY MORE VOTES : The Stuart Park Board will pay a reward of $1000
for information leading to the arrest and conviction of

,I'I the hoy or boys who have stolen the bronze labels off of STUAR r HONORS Civic Groups Endorse Move :

II 35 wai memorial trees in Stuart's city park

'c, ountry ounty Re-Districting Commissioners Districts Deaf From To EDWIN A. MENNINGER, Secretary DILL l CHISHOLM For Development 47 Acre:

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Re-districting eil Martin (loiin\ Island Garden Tour Set AT FINAL R RITES! t.i:> '1i1'1;;' I I I I I...'ii< ,nui': I :1 |jim'i} I' ( IIII'lI'1' ,,oJld"I

to comply with l he Florida Jupiter ,'J) t'tl'l') ,'ci"' i'":111 ;'iv' i III i ;1 |pl"<')l'I'dilli In |t''" I, II"I ,

institution on .i pcutcuil Intel( ''I} ; nil, ,.' ,,, It i II i'''ii;)|.1 I i II i i''Il'illillllld i ; ) mid i"'u;' i 1"1 I lill i 1'1'' i '

ienl basis, was flatly icfusrd For Benefit of County Red Cross Community Salutes Unflagging \\11'1 17 ,i Ill"i ,,,I i I'i" i')' 1 Iii; lid! |slug[ ill II"" I 111",1, I '

!steiday by tho buiud ul county Spirit/ Of Restaurant 1 ",1 1 :. '", it I h :, i ,i ti,. lit II u ill \ I i''o' i ,il,in uoill,0m11\, I IIi'J', ''' I II, ,,, IV |

)immlssloners -- e r: !Man HJate' liesn ',' ,11'i } "PI"; |",

-* Admitting hat they were A Gulden Tour ol Jupiter Haddock, Ml and Mis RobertA ANOAL.S! STEAL I inlniKs 1 ; ;ulocl; "' ';11w ,.J i ,'

'1 )Ing to have to 'le-dislrlct but land Estates will be 15-1 Love: Mi and Mrs Piul HUrpI1Id:i i \ ; llml 1 IJOI1UI"i iI ;ilci\ for II -\Im i; :, .:lilt! 'i

"Dialing flatly they had no In- tor the benefit of Muitin' County i Mellon, Mr and Maim Joseph 'I I'ou','d.ilo 'Bill Chisliolm, lutlonallv pl'l tty lakes, JeUI'I i 01[ II"> ". ,

niton of doing! I li unless foiced Chapter of the Red Cross at 2:30: Vcrnei Reed, Mrs \\ illlunt.hccf e : known restauran, man; BRONZE) LABELS inizatlons;; I led I t t.\, Il.,
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ommlssloners Wall. Sims and Sunday afternoon, Fob 21 I r, Mi and Mu Carl t ttk v',ho succumbed\ at I : IS Sunday las come loi StllI:1, : t i iw I"' '"." "

ulnilvan took the lead in ex Estates I:: to be \lsiUcl; Include i liickei, Mrs Wilson 0 Winx( miinliiK aflei a thrce-jrai batile 'ork l.<)ctlici ""I, ,i!I '

?esslng themsrhcx as well i propel'ties! ol !Mi ;and Mrs'j Tea will be sci; ved at the home I tiulnst an Illnessvhuli ON P PARK f TREES plan for the nut i i r'',. t:. I

-eased with the eounu dis- Philip Bam Mis Robert of Mi, and Mis Reed from 1 1'1 aid cave caused many loih- i".u nt en;ince ol lid n UI," ,

_lets as now constituted, ComIsUoneri Ltlkiitip} Mi and !Mis HnrC, I to S, In event ol ;lain, the loin u man lo lake to bed and ulwup ;park and "t'Ct're-il ,",i if I ,
Dubois, :Mi andII"! ned! H I will be postponed until the HIM ,
Snipe and Fletcher War Memorial Planting And The jut!) I'UllnA; 1)1 . Gordon, Mi and! :Mi; John C, laii clayFlare But .. ,
at once dill icnttioiu \
filled to expic.5" any opinion __ ._ "Dill nilsholm never gave up Marking Job Mm Now ""I
.I 1. Tile board I it inn'en\ lu at- n it In the same spirit In which) he Been Complettd con uniii -i i .ik( d'I l I ,

iney, E/ans Cral'Y1,0 1 wa JENSEN GUESTS ; and Mrs Chiitholm built up their phases ""I'i the j.lI, :lIHI, ::1.) ,
iy csent but his opinion"as not In Sky I eslamunt business hen from a The tusk ol plmtiiH, mulching feet 01 8.11. (',) )pe'. ,0t'i' '',

,-!ked, mall roadside stand In 1928 to and\ labellinK the 225 memo p make it 'ell Id I :'i" UKThe ; ,

fliHdwin} !: A Mennmmi, acting a,' RAISES000FOR 0 0 No Atom Bomb ;> nationally recognized good t'ostI I 0 ilnl! tires in Stuail hoRrid, was Stuart Putt I BulI: : ,
,
etlniic ted this u,eb, ind the
SlId I I scrvlnt 136000 is the!' "ol'dnln; i .. ,
, okesman foi \\ ixpnvJ ug phicc ; pelMI\s : : :i: ; Lii .1
s who compilsi 50 pei cent ;of :inniiallj 1)'fUl'e.111' wit, he War Memorial: Tree club wound i iI'i flu '!1( nbc;s PI'll 1 l"< :I.. i :
Advises Navy i } ,l 'il. .:!I'' s antI! I Miiiifd thc
"10 iiopulallon <1'1 I Mutin ('(loll,- FIGHT ON POLIO 'loughl the' battle" analnst phyical T. :l1'ClIllou"iJ' ; C'1 i 1 K 1,1)01, I ,
- in'[' I PI' >:t.tii} i 0/1.1 lo nil 1;; SluuitP t
but who an KPH < :Ucl 1111.J'le lllncs In between three : h h Hipson) ,i\IHI:: f d',' J ,\ ,i'
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board by only one VIIU'( out\ Kesiiliuls! of llorhUs lastnast trips to Johns Hopkins where lllllKC" 1

five sungcslrcl one i I'lan olctIstrctIn HokJS Ocean Breeze Visitors I (' IK'id nut lie alarmed if the finest:. surgeons suiiith.\ to I ."jii'c labels, each bearing The I ) that< would> meet I IJ save' his :tic, he actively! man- Uic ;n(ime of II boy litno( ('d, were al'k-o,, ,
Top Record In Infantile they \'lewh\ l mav appear op a )p n ;)ei b 1.1\1011\ ;; i p
) ilsidj; \ \, board mid tin ic- taUi ant btltlhiK: ;mom: :'el 'with screws set in come -
: ]
) te objections Paralysis J Drive I o them tit be the fltsh of lastcck mil; Hi 111\; CiKindid '
pmbcistwo we, ks.iKoButvc\ :;- atomic bomb explosions", over nwnlnsl ,1:o:'late-\ of help shoit- i H Tikeu in 11'011of\ he ; \'. ja ipji it\1'; da "

I day the bout' I members had Winter; visitors; in Hiuij; Hoke the Hglil; hurl/on, between ate 01 louc1' drteiniin"d always J I1. ,,', b 't !i l1 "ic! tlni 'of goingto >' liason olluu)' \0 I HJJ) t i I j'11111' : -

versed their i losl\.lon.. Chilr- Ocean Breeze trailer camp at Jhursda\ lebrutry 7 and that "Chi-holm': would canyut ; I pi ('55, 35 of UH i bronze \\'' i I" mcetinu with :I..,

___un Wall. who two weeks ago Jensen Beach topped all records ,\piil I, I ;> its credo\ thilt the public dcf 11'111'11'' : s had been pn j C d off and ail Paik I Bond

t'ared frankly): at tho;: board foi rund-rnlMng for the fight Die glare uill Ue from 300- I "',:1{ I'i''' '/ ,,1// ;1"'H': sti;c'!' IA \andals, The labels The P:itai ',' t'hii; > I: i iiirosrabit l ll ,
that 110'a' Oiling to ,'W "iJ earl The, .ud ic of no
cctlng Infantile hayIng
against pnialvois ) '' ye-.tc't-ct 'I ,
Otto tanillcpnuer flares, uhieha l : ":\ I "
'district yeM, i d ly;i vv:.s oppos- turned In almost $200 to the I \.l1m : I"'pt: 101111\1, the; memoj -
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unit friiin the \a\\ M InilroRiaphle *
DYES FINISH ,' ,il t ti lantcd I huitor
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Commission:
1 to pJoIl: i i iIDT '
anvj Marcia of Dimes dlrcttoi Capt uflite1111 be using |I"l; bo.t! d I
: bOOU!I' tiny 01 fill I I.'I I.
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in I IrlinguUlniK the positions, Tin ,"ct! '!;Ui'I Vh'udutotj) "
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opposition '1 \un'Mil; ,IIL.HISS benefit party v as :taped;\ II IK only tim lit is tl'r of'll', ,i i nil Mis, Vinolil ']''.uilu' ii U', uiiiniiUN lit Ilal'Park BoArd I is
> (various Islands In the Ki I'll I i !a,' fi'k to 1.1' I",
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1, throw Chai :11111; W ut) out ol as an Inside! atnival at the I In ;i hid ly ('on)).slid |Plush II!1.\1 m lontesl "hiiiis' | ''iiil( btin' Lilt: i I- ARTMEt\jTS' i wlv flT I IJAYLIL 0 fir( i :!i i.' a reward III! bOth for In; -
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1J\111\: : Rioup "hichI ith the < I' ">-f:',ill u'"' with a I 111- -',' i 11/1'
, job was sti1;1 'nil it" when imp rccl'l'ation hall where nuns., (1ull! uf ;Mjilin I'on uly Ilifcli; tiliool' I in uliiili >!II,' n,,"'" i0I'J1..111"JJ( ; i: l<'adlnI"; !\ Hi 1 iaIded' .
Ilrl"l'nUII..tlll' 1 of modern ;a'011,1I"! ; all; eUlltl""CI lout! file ii UK' iii lola Or. "'hI' linwn brie UK 1"iuit I i''".I'lIlIlIn i "I i (he' vniirl.il "
I ( ": "a- 'II I more than 200 guests\ usbemblcj r to is uiaiinr I inmn
' nuigatiim, have been (11.11Wcrrd CAMP' Ti"eiit, ,ted ';Hilt I P,tun; ,"n t t', ,"i'tii 1 i 1'' ..,
to dance, cat hotdogh! unit buy follo\\11I1, u I'clI'mlll; l'UI""dt""l c'er"III"IIY at t I Ih,' lug (',c LIII. ue ley u t give-
to lie off their true ><>- i ::111),
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I -.hulo bv 'I ropi( al) Photo sliup, I I : he 8tuII1't Pa i it Board evoij co-
iAMN Cold sell glfs I for the) aid of ,
CLUB: TD rippled children: of the nation, ..il ions, ,,)('I'U tllJlI In si.:).Dn:, this vand- I Inr Ct l iid n I L.i ivil ::1 ,.: c

1 he flairs Hill be dropped' JayLilacht Harbor Development ., ,!hems'' in Miu ,n'm: the !guilty \ I hold :.n ie it.t ,
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mum iiiiiimiiHMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSOS '
Every: U alien; donated an articlefor ,
69-FOlfNOER IN ,, '
from from of '01111"10'a i the h;'mi. \1 1WlJatul'lI
pltnrs height Showing pr"i i' .vic} Hid in 1't-l\,1011112 I the
auction which netted most .
m; IU"\'I.:
DEAR LECTURE I' 17,000 fed, dimtlv over the I Progress I lubeN VQ that they can be put ; Ransom; I I"i t .1 ,'
of the money Fancy reels and '',\.ill Point .tit whiili i
islands! the narl's11I thru I (Out-.f."l' residentsm I buck on the trees whl"rcl1ej" '

I mixed automatic In with electric the toasters fanciest were of lie triangulated' from pre\ious SALFISrLEAD! II 'line; I In Martin l'ulnty, Jay: and LII Bvi' ic', \\ho snld belong club ti":ipn) ,ili"i, "il 1 i ] t"

DIN 100 FLOWERS articles I It established shore points and It lID IIP IrlMiii; i' us witliIlieii nut WesL Coasl 0 intoests\ to develop Edwin A :McmiliiKCi, crrl'I be w:"J iked I (01:1:t
lianduoik and novelty I ,,
the r\4d location of the ( lionu sl.iti' I this, 'had 11 totlli&t( ittiailljn ut Roin : t lI'V, of the Stunt Park DourdK Ollir i ei\i "i"':,u;"/1 1Ixln ,'' ,
lr attiact the purehuers Siecial I WEIGHT/ DIVISIONI I ', c'ol1tuI'I"I'(' 5'K ::0 tl I t \
I Is extended isliiuls dialled, lid t iI'l' '1"11'1'1 I lolitlu p'llSOI! M.il'till counts:', an (umiplr-; ) 'I 'mud' that III'p"ctJ"< ii 'how.sivuv
ev. W. C. Aldndge To : nuiihants appreciation ol Shout! t, Foil Pierce the first fUic is sthediiled' fad UK iuI;:<'a'i'ul till'1 him flit a i [foul unit rllklciHViip.il j I iiii'inoiul; lice pi inleel In pectatl i it :hit i,'11; tit i iIK ), I I,

Show, Slides In Natural contilbulcd I to be cli tipped from about 30 I I uln," !Sliriiil (,, M, I llniioik I nicnl! bulldiiiB, ind (.elllni ;,tilled 0 tli" i puk' i liii 1.00 'e'ie'cci l. ind till'r0111'Jlwt1":1 / 'live; i';!ec'r.sl i III: ''ntho ,' '01,
who
Colors and Jensen Beach, I miles off Stuirt, ht\\, ceo eight 1 1 l Son Trout Enlt red ; warmed lo'ln, I on, lit( ('ulI1mldnUuIM; I loi I liallei :i :i ;oj I bpm u''' .iicl H paik dew I JOPI1J1'1i1; t
incrchiiHll.seMr nine 'Ihursdivnlghl 17-Pound Conito In ;. to the ('Id that: SIII.J; : i < "
am) oiloik\ MI Ii ii i !Iii 1 !('I !JouleIIl'k!
: and Mri Harry Hoke haVe : Contest limitllllltlimillllMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIMIII'SPANISH! must h\'c ,1111"1111'i'"i '" t'.o'
Flower lovers i II it: :Martin county made a tradition of their i 'I 1 hI' apailnicnls, Os)hi<''h will be' winders m I tin nix'' few mu:it lb, i
pat
: ities lob out 'a uitti i iwell I I \ ""I''
? invited to attend the 2:30: In the annual Much' i adv in about ta lVd eks. hive
ticipition
ol UK dudenclub! JIIIW"Id: <, Hlndlc ;it:I'J' ) liAM CHORUS as :en tin; i 1",1" I; '
n meeting ) llI'I1U\i (' tile i DIM'I ", 1'1II111)\'t
Dunes Hill decorations weittene4Cd ; ; TOTAKE
j. t llll till ', ,
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SCOUTS HAS
., :jndny at ti'tuinan's; club ;'( to byII'! Hoke a 1111'': : IiH-wiHh' fti I lisli!ii!i: ''d i, kill'he'us mid bull and 0 ,1 IK(' A :11"11" ,i ,i I IIH I .
4', Wllford 0 AI'II'IIII'! pistol; thc "t idrtviih (';ipt III i iiSellori I 1111111x110(1 with elect) lie' tel' : l iii( i I'- "
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* ( <> ,cage! ;: TO GIVE CONCERT 'bc(ties I ht u' l h" "; ,1)11")'i ,
the Methodist inch( who Is : ;herr, e ;ninht ;II (lit'-! !p."' I , .
C1ANOEDIMADS will t b ,mlud t to, ,
'S former chaulniiqiu I lecturer OVER THE CITY sailfish Jan, 31 to take tin I It'"d ( it
:
Mi and Mrs BMII look 101'1.II'd hunt: 1 1'I1' 1Io"rcl i "t i t ,,'
Kll speak on One Hundred OLD FRIENDS MEET In the \\cinht division ol i 1111 i itoLirnament UK
\ optimistically to M'a-
FE8UY21ST I ,),untlilj mictinu' i iIhr I"" .'
of Aini-iiiu and will Length dhlslu ,' ''I n)
Ipwers ON STUART STREET ,
on of 1948-47 by which himetllt' ,
ow as many slides, in natural District Executive To Attend men i and women's chassis i 1'I I hi\c thcli :Ml mcl :\h.C' II Bi.i'ickn; I paik PI'OII"111; 111 :.:1: j It t tt

lurs of the nations tare and 1 hey passed each other on Annual Supper At Log I malned changed this wuk I i Iull1'ltl1\ hope) acconuiuiclUlons to ploii hiillboati I linn i; (';ih:.' ii :Mcnipln) loin;o t tin' I pails 01 it 5'' hic ill i ,
The Lie Mara Coral of Puerto i idIl: aid Mix J A Barrr't. omanlialioi: ;,s i'in 0,ui ;I',,
blossoms Cabin
public
mmon stuart slice Mond.iv-and I
a 371
Ralph O Vogel Unit i iae > douse: ; and riser .
; Invited to ittend! both the each taguelv remembered the 'I .'lllia:nsport. Pa flsiii:11;nt ', Rico To Include Stuart in boatstllltilbltiltItlIilillitliiltitiIilhliIllillhtIl fuim;': Cj11"I: "ai;", "i i\p lust ecssful':. '

_ture and the tea( hour which other, Itoth Kant "Hello and In celebration of National Boy with Cupt Jim Eeibison on the ,, 3,000 Mile Air Tour I pmchibcd;;; Ui "0 J Rinrh il :

!iJ1! follow \\ent on wuiiileiinj "just who Seoul week, Martin county lads craft Scaiecat" topped the bo- : / Jensen Beach Horn 0 J 1 Paaskennd ; MURDOCKS BUILDING
Hostesses tot the afternoon, was that?" will take over the city of Stuart nlto class with a i7-pouncUi', i La M;lS.1 Coial stuilin! ;1'1101 ice KIWANIS DIRECTORS ,, an extensive 1 (:lulnpmcnlfoi SIX NEW COTTAGES:

[ontMy meetinit ,ue Mis E A In a few minutes, both re- I iiom 9 to 11 a, m Wednesday Voel who operates two hotels 1 iI of 23 VOll'I'01 the POII'\'chnll'\ BACK CHAMBER: IN the 3'a' am triet \,';'ilclj ai-

ennlnger, Mts: 0 C Bennett ml'mbrl'l't-alld the reunion I At an election held this week in WIIIIllmpol't) won a\ Bion/e': Institute ol Puerto Rico will SEINES OPPOSITION I'f'ad has 10 apaitnunts and; Mi and :\11" .0 I 1 1'l ,
I to I '!' oircit I I oI'dd'd'iy of Pi, :"; I"i,I) : j J" .
and officials electedas : come Slum lOlli\ U
Mrs the cottages
firs, Charles Fischer was a happy one They wenCol J junior;; were 'Sailfish! Club button for a 5-
to Kubin I follows: Mayor, Bennie Fulton I I of Spanish .ind Eiwllsh i'las, I' \llin L Stourll of the fool. 6-Inch sill; ('aught1111 I Diieclor I of M u'lit Kiwanis
MecU lildav vice William Leach mimic at tin Methodist ehuiilion ; construction: and foundations I aie building\ six ,ltllw'llll: t; JOj
xecutive Board Signal toips, stopping overnight mayor : Capt Le;m) OIl YC'I' ol Toley'sI \ ( lull folUmul tin ft'ml ot the
The executive board will herevlth his wife tn- I commissioner, Ronald Johns, \ the night of Feb 2 1. at 8 I (liainlxi' of ('omiiuKi( joiiiiiif hive been laid for three mote, I home nlncli 0 tlu\ I tutu! 'I I I I
Jjict a business session con'j ,route to Miami, and II, It chic! of police, Boot Clements I I I ( ''iii; III", ,"I '"'ii I"/', _'' _I/11" I'I'I pm, in slniilir telioii b>' !siuirt I 1 Mi Brandon, who has been available; by next l itch ". I }''I''

> t a covered dish luncheon Kraft, who I Is manager of the I police of(leers, Bobby Longbot- The choiu.s which Soul iii San sailflsh ( I lib and l.otirdi: coining to Florida lor 10 ycuis fit',' Itc'11'IIt'l\ t al JOIIMI( I i H'!' I I'

<3ig>, beginning at 11 am, at the I Chamber uf ('omml'rl'e They I tom, Richie Biooks and DeweVells \ HERBERT BASS to Domlnno has suns 1i: neail : redois, In \oirnis si"'"nit opposition i I aid; We looked all over the The (ullages tic "u'I i< ."I? ", ,I'

Home of the piesldent Mis W, were close friends 23 years \ : fire chief Bobby Titus, every city of Puerto Rico and at l hi'oiigli/ resolution lo late for an attractive site, and will bo clcitikillj' "-''I'i i "

K. Leach, at her Sewall Point' ago at Camp I Sheiman, Ohio ass'stants'! T C Hayes HeimanRrltz I I all thc milllaiv camps ui the I Hie untinned us(' ol 1 seinrs or Jensen Beach was by Jai: thl'most with llal'; w ili i'l i I I" ..ii"i -

ffctate, on the Indian river ('ol, Stiiwcll Is now on "rest Clyde Crews: city judge, I SUBOIVIDESATJENSEN I Island It leecnlly retuincd I Horn I foue trip nels m ;Mailin. attractive section we found lems

Itate after beIng a prisonerof Alvin Hendry, and city attorney I n 10-day, 3,000 mile tOtlt' by nil (oiintvaleis-anil calling for 1 he Darratts came down from
I the Japanese. for three David Donaldson j to the militaiy eunp; ol tin general all lound liu "Irllr'I'I I Chicago to visit the Drandon.s I COUNTY FATHERS

,MARTIN\ COUNTY tealsIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, 1 he annual scout supper to' BEACH Ca: ibbtan and northern South I'': mentIn I ice eonniK'.n'i.il' fishimt and the two couples derided too I CKAY NEW ROAD

which all parents, sponsors and America nuclei the SI'lal) ; Seiv- in dust,lies, Into the resort boldness I to-I j AT INDIANTOWN

: I ('nnlliiiii/ ('d! oilw/:i' iiI;I :/" ) ices Division of the Antilles Com ,' (opus of the "K"solutions' l h\ I rPthCl. I IThev
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Massachusetts Builder Putting contlime through central and! until the sciisoii','s ovi, hovirxn' t hl'I'I'-111111' 'X\'II-11I11\ I ) t,": I i ii'diani l
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and Fun in Florida Sun I Attractive I are I'iiiK sent ti; Slate
Fishing Up soutlicin Florida Feb 14-28 withconceits ,, loe'.il 101\1 infiiKeini ;ag/ <'tides, net an apiitment; The "O J own mid I In;; I tin i ilion J'' I'
DISTRICT F.E.A.f Cottages ol land! nulb'II1"' I
in ten iities.l.a : Rincli is lull I up and (hoe new i

Title of Sailfishing Club Booklet [ rasa Coral the !Ills LitnAnicilcan ; 11I1111I1111111111111111111111111111111111I11111 u'vi on'", IK ii'" dug!: In (' 'sLast valid! bv the Indliiiliui!; IJ 1)opine i t :
Iteibcil O o Ones of 01'1"1)/111\)/ \,
student\ chorus in tour nt Co llu lIu\\ a lit 1ilier I i i !
Teacher Of Four CountiesTo Miss who sass with the Ed';n- i the USA, al1Is\ UK o'ilv imo Call (' Co !and several 1 Ol'lll1d"i '
Blnecis ni Camp M:uphv dinIng '- For Fishing Guide i
Convene Here Tomor. j Ishlnu and Fun in Hoildas I a listing ol[ mules and regulations, I I conslcleicd! so excellent by mlllI I ; (move owners who UI',' plinti d i' ",
biilldmu of the is ,
j row For Annual All-Day Sun" in the title of n new 16- club flans, inslgnias and but- I camp (cinlcudeoccc-: / / I ijil:/' ) 'es'cah: thousand acres in enlu !I.
Session I page booklet on Martin County tons issued by Stuatt Sailfish 1 pluming to build" 17 homes at ,I If You" Want In" See Lyons .; trees,
Acres, Jensen Beach
fishing sponsored by the Martin Club, Including all Tournament I "Sunny I ML 1011(12(1\ E'i'"Electronic ; : E I K Troop nt-peaied heft I
Martin county tl'achel's11I County Advertising Committeefor Awards All fish for which prizes subdivision on the old Dixie I the board \Vcdncsilnv' ni'i t t-
mile south of
entertain 200 members or tht: distribution by Martin are offered are Illustrated In about one-quaiter Nivlkitinn; .1 I Aid,," 'I'he' 1J47 Edit till i ot 1 t I I'I I tJlal'l i two ttccki U uet the miielp ready I lilt to Iron out: dlulls( 01 I 1-:1'11/1.: |

four counties or this district of County Chamber of Commerce addition, the new booklet car- I the school n booklet on Loran, Radar und' Hslimn Guide! h to bl' dlstiibutulbv loi Ihe co'n.\ s, In; event he has int;, finances 1'1 u(', j M :MiUiidi, ,

the Florida Educational: association and Stuart Sailfish Club lies an Angler's Log In which Class has already completed Racon, applied foi commiicixl the Chamber ol Comnuiic nol alieady contacted you, drop agileulluial :ucnt t for I llu 1'1"1\-
\ len thousand of the the visiting fisherman I his own home and a guest house, Is being distributed\ to Florldi him boaid.s subsidiary ('UIH'I'III had I
-in annual, all-day session copies may keepa use. i and olhci civic agencies\ is now a p;) tcal'd or phone this
here tomorrow Registration at booklet were printed by The I record'of his catch, i and Is laying foundations for airlines and maritime 1 1I: crests noailna completion, and all ad-! ofllcn and he will call, I' previously stated Unit UK nun

the Stuart school will begin at Stuart News this weekteMgncd Five thousand of the bookletswill I the first of a serIes of houses by the Public Information I; vcillseiH ciesiting to use the I! Publisher Edwin A, Mcnnlneci pany would (go 50-:5(1() 'mi' Die

Bain. for school woo kers from to fill the need as'' be mailed immediately to a which he will offer for sale Office, US,CO 1518 duPont guide for tourist or fishing. pio- of The News announced that because costs A hater offer was made hoc

Indian River St Lucie Okee- a stop gap" until the appear list of fishermen by Stuart Sail- They will be in the two bedroom Eldg", Miami Ii: non-technical I motion for Ihe season of 1848- I,,: of paper shortage It will $1,500 cash Supt, ,\, A, Ifcndrv

chobeo and Martin counties i ance of the new Fishing Guide fish Club and the Chamber of bracket, of a distinctive tropical i language it has over 30 Illustrations 47 are advised to immediately i i:, be necessary to restrict the size estimated the road would cast

The program will begin at 9:30: the booklet, which carries no design and va published by Coast' contact El'nest Lyons of the.1 p, $4,000 and the commissioners
with Invocation by Dr C A Car- '> advertising tells of all types of Commerce Many will be placed He is both an architect and Guard. Headquarters, following News staff j I'' ot the booklet which has pi'oven agreed lo spend $2,001)) ol this

rlel, and welcome by Judge A ', sport fishing offered by every I aboard charter boats and In builder, a rare combination and 'requests for information pie- Lyons has been released !Horn :: to be Martin county's most, 6ueI yeai toad budget 11 due coinp30111

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Palm Beach Development Body I FOR APO I II Plnllon: Ix'h' Emma E11rharl'l .\m-(.t1S PITIetialiylng \
IN (1
i 69-POUNDER mall- Cahldlnl' ,'
llt'ndI'V.
i Plan |I Mauling, for anonllncf'd overseann by the Alvin\'II.tl'clla walllpll For sc'honi in Maori -,t,.br' .ahMIY ,"

p t/gckRJliei Sponsors Tree Planting I (',00"I'' ,/ '"( )I"'it' 011"\ 111\1\ have' been Weight of pa'C'ellfor The Jf'II"pn school walta mod [ wither! lawn and hraltine ,, rnY YNIINsobs 1I\n\
officf' the
I ]u'ul( addresses has a phonograph for ; t ,
FPO needs
A\'O\ IlPPl'fCIIlIlOI1 FREE ,
EVTIVUnIKNrST
I I \\;F<;T PALM: BEACH Told< by '1 1111' )i.o'I tr'tladrs(] and llatwotdsnt Fleet been Incerased to 11 pollnds \teaching of musk hM one
;, / f\IIII"llltil 11I1IcI' tmlnenllv OeoiiMin( \ '"n(" III i Indlanapoll ) must not be more If some northern visitor : : 11111'(1(
I M"/d lIlll1l1llty thai' Pain I II" lO-oz, The parcel funds rarest'
has
.111 7-lb.
\ ,, "' n I i I d !III' the I growth ul bn 111 boo"Illl..1t Ind!! entered a 42 inches In length or 72 \\.0 donate. the PTA Box 1127 ,
SN/ LYSibffY I"urnitic" yield| ) raw material i uf the tuna caught with Captain Rob- than length or girth, coal lor ehipphig charges Such aI Thee

0/37RfSf QI srltlasnrubl. llnest' (quality i for making; high Ison on the "Scarecat"Joe inches in would be greatly appreciated) lQok
gift .
f '. t.ly' "Ner' 1).0p.In'lontlv. I would aid iwliiN-\ i said Other va- Mcrtamaia of superior. blned i I and shldlnts. ..Iport.I''d '
relief fIni, ,,i s,11ml, '. cm'v. WpYI,, Ina R'ghl' WSNN ,11 I .l h l11"re i 'made paper he 8.oz. office is anxious( w hv, the. facility thwly
ttuXyilst ixsof h 1' ?I Id.I .i' to ,b''. 'lI1mll''lId the and gen- ; ilrtlts of bamboo are In demand WIK entered n 12-pound The post) for an
,1 t (11methennnntntttntpulu: i: ; : :, ; 'I(+ ,: ::1 ,:.< I II',, I'II-bl"llI., the county re- fci,r nuking furnltuie fish polea.'Ic.y shock to lend thai division make clear that parcels MOST \ "> ) b

"+ 0V\ i'Ito ""11 ,+lnthnn"tell '''',l'k: ... d \ hash ornament and a wide va- Di Dnmnn Pfeifei of Meadow Army Post office address The GIItre! >ysMy poQ
j ilhah1114h1dhtoll( I, lil9', l'l'j ",urr i, ""- (icvcloument" board '' written request from Fhhlnif In Q '
st I l'r""lhll1l1crlll.II( ( ,,", A\ ni," ''I" 11I'7 I ,,,I m 0(1 n lon ranp program ilou 01 other objects.Stiu'i'Ock \ brook) ( Pa iMilms with IlemyMLirlson still have a the package Sport ; trolnds ( ,
"!, ( pnvtnt Innlt' culls I I IPllusrdint Inns' I Lq .: g 'j' nult and ornam nutl! l advocated) entablishIn landed an II-1>olll1d the person' to whom 1 i\ t(

} Follow. dueduuns,: n': .Jucllnu'wrulr'tiI;' :: 1111.I.i, I : ; : : 1J''I'l -11.1 bl.I i Ilion I for sub-mint gmtd! I :(,1 1 plots to determine then spotted sea trout to lop the sea I It addressed I which at the request office mmbe al CHARTER BOAT"SAYWHEN" tots, i,

of trees for entilesC presented ve eke (
,'< ,OKI suitable speeles) trout ( I \
p0sl'dIlowever.
ViCKS VA-TRQ-MQl \1"l'' (1 hullman of a refutesuniniuee ( larger plant,," Jn various types L. Olossei. antique dealerof which :he parcel being J'I //IJ :no'(

{ ,t ..n <' \ I la Dave Star.(0t : I 01 1 SOll( Wllllnmspo-t Pa landed his noiequesllsnecessaifoi Pas, : the n
22nd sail /in Florida waters a packages going to Fleet I q; ff ere(
hor:Icultuilst and II to Shore P
''h I< ..tltl'THERBERT ruling\ >' Twin Engines-Ship' '
: MOItf( lecher while IIRh- addiesses The fncldout {
ten Office
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\ ipeilntendeni of the o loot ,
a9MaYratsneYSkarFr37Para. : with Capt L, Dwyer aboard the same lo civilian \ CAPT. F. E. HOFFMAN m
plies
It 11\1\i \ ,ll'd(I Arboretum in Cub iMm CASS Ins P'I"I ,; ,S
and Vogel mall d aiel
i "i'k is a leading authority the Shirley Jar '011111 receiving ,
lends of Bill Mitchell ol FPO as to men or \\ DOCK ON ROU rell frl
SALE and was aIl110UI1<'I'C\\ ne 1 1 Aro or AT LIGHTHOUSE
FOR wt"to i r) br I nJ.t:1UIlP'" I:'iboinliiiB In wiithm a 'C'intlnned! Horn ]page; Onelhoc 1 the New stafl, who Is inviting en\ in actual military St'l'Icc' LOCATED thtoun n(

I U'81I'It h the stale ol pemi'Vlvunl' to try ''' STUART, FLORIDA .
1 1)\0"1.\ 1111 lloweilng\ ] [ to his credit, the designing! annllnt skill In !oralwaters. MKS their /
PROPERTY Ed Mtnnlngei: publisher of the (id cons:nitilJii ol several hxmd 'II?:,Ull( Ml'SIC' I 9152 t eert,
INCOME who has 1.000 Phone 9128 or
News
Stn i t
I .ed homes and\ business struc- II Ic
\,i idlci I ( nl! lowering I ..recssnnork his urea 01 Massaclnisettx ylntr;:'-titOI'T; I Mrs comella Scott announe
IIIU'P. In ,, Apartment No lich ,
: ]: I will continue Court -
Atlantic
Ontrnlly 415* California', $7,000 kit.. loW directors of tin' associated nsI I'll tummy she I Residence "
bndrot !tiv ;mnr' room, night that U i ipn I' Onss wn I"hlnlmll!>lc nt the Worn-ins I e nexl
.u i (tims, 2 im" "'11Hlm.i n RDH Ilinriidav 1 ventral) supervisor) with a wider MARTIN COUNTY \(\ \ -, tlheirsualt
'h 'n i aid bath : sriitmil po :h, ( Anal| \ tment with rll"'uy lenslble to 'vou i \/ I publld/ed and siicoe.vifnl Club ntilldlng as she has done I -- -- -- !,
-i id.-'! ,intranet), Fur. ,11111 !liu r I resignation from Mn ._ -- -- --
I i-droom, kitchen and bah' with i i Uitiber( i In thin county ) blow Mnnvllle sponsored exliirlnieiii me her i -- .
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I "i fished and electrically equipped Ihrouijhout Second 111 ,trees ul Hlllsbori plni au i\\1,1',ii In which builders ai- ('lIl1l1l11l1'd I I Irunt 1'iee: t tin ('lItll1ty High School. I Ii B
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"tlooi is i cemi.finished with outside' ntnirvay. Shrub i n'' ,iI'i Belle Glade huu b<'( II i ,sii 1 ( iilu.(.u and lumber i dealers com Jh" rL 111111] band( lftll i iTiTlMlllliimillllllimlllllMMIIIMIMIMJensen i i l i i i l i FEETof 45 w,
CKn( 11111'1( i
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!.u ry, fruit tri'ct. and 2-car i garage.! Buy direct: i alt ,,is ,1 i tlrobei-k o\ im'' <(11- l blued to build 125 houses i In hisI0110(1' I \\111' 1,000 I
(' lot' il 1'1111'I1II'I'c'h",1 1! Beach News ,Ip,
L\v in, r, n< nation tract i home community At Rul- ; Baeof'
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fin in'11 11111'11'i ( "
\With' octillion( ol lit<>> i 11111"' .
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I | (amp] Murphy! he w as chief Inperlor the llstnc; isMieintlon funK 't te
.. Jilts plpslclc (III I ( Hv \'n'.t)
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-J. R. BROOKSATTENTION ,,itt: m oinmprrial lint hito, ,'' 'i, leased iir the hospital Iran active area duty ,, Alll p))'csideIllRhlltthi > I IIIIIIMIUIIIIIMIimilHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMis ; / mae .!
I WI1S j( ol the Harvard Report" ; I mu,
: I Ip l ';111(1.( Hitpiess nod\ '',Ill(' L, Blown' school DESIRABLE AND EXCLUSIVE
I I K) take over \UK general( s11porintcutlency will bp discussed by I.1 : Fannie plclo
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: "I'' i 1lIllllIc1hmlllhlnt\ : In um- ol the Mc-ars Con. I 01' nelpal. reported for the past ,
l v dlieiloi( of Instruction II (re
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--- school
\ -- ---- ---- stiudlon\ Co contract Dade county at 10 o'clock. At' Ix \\'P('ks pl'tud WATERFRONT eofrwarl: t

M\l Hf.IS.u.Ir.U: built several/ hnwnlta) units and 11 Miss OcTtiiule Shaffner, as- idltinR pupils hud perfect al-

/f llJ1IHIhulll! I this .,al'of\ t till tin heating plant) ni Camp Mstant director ol Instruction tei dince iccords, First grade ,, ATA BARGAIN sigh
.4,i IL \1t.I"i e" an/ 11UIn'a11a! III"'UIi Minphy Wilma Glass John Sahlben
01 clemt-nlfi I schools of Dade I t to I
l Lt i (could come( wider\ the eliiH l''- Thc house which h. now has cIhn: Mlspel George Sahlbeiesrtond .

t wr: HAVE JUST RECEIVED: { SOME 1911 and 1942 Ilntuln ui rmirRlnal! hinds, under( /' eoiihlrudlon are compactly School cmintvlll Libraiics talk" on A Floilda business Jeanne Palmer, Darlene I $12.50 011nagl)

t TUDOR '1 llKv are ul present III ItO ("siit bnlll paneled with soft pinein I \ John Heaton Louise
DODGE SEAT COVERS, 1939.1912 FCPD I cession will be conducted at1i'30 Paden don]
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rldiltiire i Borne ol thesiimiulnnl wide widths milled In MuisniliusdU followed by lunch In the I Orande:/: ;: third, Emma Lou Os- I Dad
Foot I
1957-193S CHEVROLET DOOR I lands lie In HIP flat- Per
SEAT COVERS and are\ designed to school cafeteiU with the local man Bellyood Laura Ml |I tde t u
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nude\ : some lie in the Ever take maxim urn advantage! of fourth Pamela Cross Edwin "
SEAT COVPRS: LIMITED NUMBPR-GLT YOURS P1A member assisting as hostGion : (pet: oard
I ''datil"I and some compilsc, thi tct- !
: light! and nit In this \tropical Frederlckson Molly Heitel
(', NOW. .nndy dimes\ In the northeasi Pennloke.
thin ]] meetings: will begin ml i iI Sally Hertel l; fifth, Robert Nas'! '
/'i' 01 :his county ,
'1(1. 1.15 1 I with Miss "liaffner leading ) <;sib),
1 {'XCII It(11tKLdi
I 'IIak'n In hand! under I III' '
) ""' MLCTr mi; ': the elementaiteachers In a'I, Honor roll students whoseu'adr THEO. DEHON and SO,pIlot I>( 1 \
ol Inl''slnUonJ'IPKr\ nI I
pi )!!i am were above COncluded
'J V i avenges
I I' I:resent impioducltve I land1 8 A special meeting for all study of ReadiiiK for Pleasure" Pltylll'rkel'mun. ow b
firs grade
enild produce a imp of court lunchiooin( walkers will) be held Sam H Moorei. Held iupervl i, ; Nadine Chilstlan! Dehon Bldg Phone!:canto
/II< the Lute thentif at 1 )I'. m 01 Illstl u'lIon11I speak III J1
tlinbei\ and Us bpioI /
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CO.Sporlfhhin \:1111: (' second, Sill\ Ann3a'kus.
,\ i i RALPH ULMER MOTOR I I dud( Tint growth In these lind/ ',till, Mis At'line Van Duzoi, Vo- secondary teachers on "Impiox arid! Solmon. : Nelson] JohnJeaton I -e pr(

I I would also bo ol value to lh( I hisli county supervisor, In inn Reacting Abilities ol Hlnh Nancy -- -- -- .- -- -- -- --- 'outIII I II

\ : MIII.undlllIIltl'. ( :!>, thlttualthe /! chit:ac.Allhou'lh! : &'huol) Pupil." Di Pearson will ([ .: thhd --Bettvods---. .- =oaoc:==oao OCOC:==I 01ails
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.. laUMk C'oneillcthe\ studs for ndmliilKliRtlve )
\ is I: wan stated group
\ fled the climate aiifI
on
\ I I that all schools,; will btlosed I i / and physical eduratlon ant ,
life
wild IN MEMORIAM K I J
'I Are
t \ In The Gulfslream' I The 1 Eveiplndes!: loo need', (') this does not apply to I I workers, using: the toiliC.1"Physical We Catching I' m'FI'
( % Edura tlon Problems in !!
I tins, Btlilioek old lot" shade, UK' e f I piotictlnn and pindudloi\ clop I
4 CHARTER BOATHIHOOK of nil soils\ of timbei Wood lot //11"\t ul n late\ i date. ghliRln: of Ihe day "will, be ', --. ._ With The Rush hore
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'n closing idtliM.s by Edwin B itei
I tbint1 YIn '
IxiklK. bridge plltnus \VA MN(7: ON I Drow of the Flot i .of D I
work,, linnlluie. boat biilkllncviiioeis ) HUB .U10Mo I :ilntc preside I In ImniK memory l 0i rail
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1 Ida Education assotiallon on
I etc tinoiwheml. "me oi tit piMutlblepioductlon F.\'r"- Ilet'S": 'f\fj.! I "Iht Open DooiFUNERAL \' ''' [, i ((1)\) ill" I I',, I.aminK. oho.. W 'ay w

I Twin Engines Ship to Shore Theme uladeK and on the mm'Una\ I (oi Vehicle Ccmimlwlonei! II III I )pBcsttl| HVtHS, fo..h I .1.1 l'll"1 !I !: i II The Near Future We Expect won

i.: CAPT. SANDERS landsStudies I George H Asbell niniounccd I LEONARD FRIDAY NELSON,FOR 74, I :MemoiieiHIP\ treii"ineN'o / To Be Able to Give You Ipan 0" 1
w have shown Hint 0 tam Tall ihassee this week i i 1' il

ui large number of the tioplra! I that he had Instructed\ his NEW JERSEY VISITOR I :' one tan steal 0U The Type of Service That Ighvei

timbers have quaJHIt? nnalagoinIt >' /iiuenls to clamp( down on o '
Atlantic i ( (> TII.I I !'.i (I'Inll) I Death is heaitnehe'o
( Y some of the temperate hardwoods /automobile owners who don't Funei I smices( will be held a n Will Satisfy Us Both, .res;

t' 't 1 1.IW-\-1-:1I( :l) AT I Pi"I"I'.tIAN.I -, ht'l! )( )( 1\ ( iN) }{( ll"I'E" 1 1f such ax nsh onk elm. have 194S license tags fixed at 2 )p.m. Friday! ; it All Saints :' one can heal : Cv the
I
:,'IT\IT: Fl.ol:1I'J ( : ,\ I hickory and walnut With! a hrttti In position nl Ihe 1'01'II/ their Episcopal dniMliVidand, II !Jr rlPEOPLE'S ,
,, ; I with burial In the lunch( ccme- top)'
handli
knowledge of how 10 Some mafoijrtt \'())11
I I1):, ., I:: I O'(" ''' 0 ,\t l 1'10"11'' !IJ IIII and stnson the lumber u lain.'I, taisThe deadline for d:i\lng I I telY, for Leonard Ndsdi 74. thtg,

I I number of these" tropical noucl1!> without 1943 licenses was Jan. \\'Intel''Isltor Irom Sll'ltOl1, N J. While\ )you me gone. : LAUNDR\;: a

) J' ore now of Increasing uihie tot. 11 15 by slate law. but Asbellilel who died Wednesday moinlnii I'.ule shall. umcmlieio '.
I k'I\' \ t sporial purposes Many trc(, he told his staff to give I The Rev R M\ Fcnlon will officiate ) I ng

\ ", \ Waterfront Properties I Immune to attacks of tennlic' motoilsls a chance to get new I II ", :\ matte i how !OI1j!. Ii Stuart, Fla. < w'ail
Mr. Nelson wu: born In Prince-
and\ vlilte ants: plates attached to their nulos
IM1 r t'1\1 A'' n''' the Imlli i noel 1 S' I' IOK ih 1 ,,:s, TIKI Kobe Sound,, I .__. .__ ___ ) -- --- ton III, Sept. 13 1872, and has -\\'lie and Dniitfhti) 'is 154 Flagler Ave. Phone 1Friendly set
\ SV I been to Florida
Oc'e.I:1: FTon'prtL ':( II coming each \ l Indra
Ih r rI I ninter for many :jears but this c ooot=====.ooonooot =:==l

his first visit to Saiait I --- ---- - ------- --- -,,.
Highest Cash For Your CarWON'T was Hr.( S ii rae
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IS survived by his wife. MamaiPt I I

,/ 1 lone son William Leonard NI'J'I e, ,
1I TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
cis I ion, a grandson and two grtlt. IhII I

RtyrR S'e\ I z can pay you the O. P A. limit for your car which I: grandsons" Service t

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much and 'tit
/ ia as as you can get anywhere I '- --- ---- I
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v nr STAY WITHIN THE LAW : this. Viva Clerk\ Boat I' moo ha, '
r, \ AJ : been ill RIhe\ Mm\'tin Cilllill"t
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. AT A BRIGHT CHEERFUL STORE neIed,
t 1 Hospital has nipioud! ( "''JlII'1 i '. te.

I.' I 311.25 South Dixie cnth to 11111'110( \ liei h'1I11I'' "i ii 11I I '

1 ,..r "i ) .,IYa Nu, 'i Fort Pierce, Fla, Telephone 190_ _i I the St Lucie 111(1'i i One thing we have kept through all the war I j''or(

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I despite the present aggravating shortages, is

1 r i 1"i NOW READY a friendly spirit of service for residents and eel)



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1 !' j SATISFIED-THEY COST YOU NOTHING! .. we are still able to say it with a smile MI.

ATTENTION WE CAN SUPPLY RESTAURANTS UP TO 300 knowing that when these appliance do ar- :a toCli'

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_ _ WEEKLY. SPECIAL PRICE ON 25 OK MORE. our customers will have the best made in ell n

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rJ"tln, i.s;; of Irpiov and Lnimpi'/>wd Properties
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Throughout!\ M '!itln!!) County Come In and See Us tae in '

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Ke" Invasion of Iwo Jima"rnoi.in ;I under fire so there was/ no noticeable reaction on mv ]part, I !
r We spent the night in our bomb crater and it rained. V'egot
a little on the dampish side The next morning Mind
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Cltdltor' nni." 11111 5lnn.rr' r..rm.r 5t,,.11 .Iudrnl. h.. plum II rIII.phy.pl.y I 5 we were again fired upon not so much as the transput
10I'D",' ..r thr In\.I,." of Iwo Jim. from 'lima hl nn.fit I.ft I'.rl
' ,. plane on (the' stiip The 1 Japs kept filing in our generaldireetiln
I I.ller lu 101. nlhar.' WITH 'r. a. at.lnmr. All r j"1"1"" the Na.v nirrw '
q" Bill w.. "lrnii,doll I j n. n. fil.r.and h..m.. in..1\I\.> twhnlrlnn.) 'lh. Nvwlth ,.... every now and then( but never doing! am damage'
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prlnl. Ih irr h'"" f nna hrnl I I mat whl,'h w1). .10.,1. I I Ioy 'lband.Ifolhrr
horn. lxu l nn>, (I'm speaking of CA&u) One time' we picked up 18 rockets
Iwo Jima all unexploded in the near vicinity of our work IIrell. (On LAST CALL FOR
h Sept 10, 1015aroHt the fifth we were told that wed have to move and I used
> Mom: the executive: officers word "YOU men are' > encroaching
There's nothing new happening around here and, from on the ground predestined! for the supply department,"
-e look of things, nothing will be, happening-of any Ue moved and started out famous dwelling that was to be
portance any time soon-This, life is getting pretty dulld our homes, Haven and I lived In it for !)2) days, the !stacks
- the time is beginning to drag worse than e\ei and J started! rotting and we had to move U'e elected our she'lie'i
">wly but surely I I'm getting that old feeling that has all right under the nose of a batter of "105'/K" the closest one THE 1947FISHING
' possessed. me when I was ready to quit a lob The wasnt over 500 feet from our tent. The month we vveie
"ly' trouble it, now I can't quit until they make up their there I as well as the majority of the guys were detailedto
nds to let me quit-If I have to go until I have my 22 various woiking parties to haul the !supplies up from the
ints, it will be October 01 I Vox'ember of '16 before I beaches\) / I'a!' in charge ofI fifteen man working pai1e \'.
ve enough points-and that much time I definitely can't \\' did pretty well and kept three tracks going all
ke, not on "Iwo". If I have to stay out here I want to be the time. Chapman was kept pretty busy running the small
the move and .see some more territory, 01 do something crane we: 'hid for! lifting the heavier articles anel 1 "stacking GUIDE
.Tferent them.
h'Incidentally' we came ashore on "10'fal'ch: 3. It was
After the supplies) \\" '' 1110\'e1111l1l1 I should /say pretty
out mid-night and we stayed on the beach that night well under control, we started/ building] our shop] set up
d slept under )ponchos/ The beach was covered \\ilhlell Tot the biggest pnit of the time I built bunches of eau
fragments and H couple of the boys/ bedded down various bench set ups I should mention the etiow ISefoie
rht near a dead Jap that tea.n't any too fur under.
we left I'eai I we were given a piece of salt water soap,
ound The next morning they dug him up-thus beinge loll of toilet paper and a set of K rations, \breakfast, dinner -
first! of CASU men to start in the search of souvenierst /and<1 supper. the latter wl'en't t to be use certainly not the last on the beach Our schedule called fOl'0 i :\ days of K iat
I lost track of our officers on the landing craft on
Ions After that we had K rations twice' a day and a hot
lich we came ashore and didn't see! any of them untile
meal for sjippei I fared U well as any and better! than
next morning\ when they finally came out; to take count most" of the cases \'met -their men They here 1''lIlIyoIlII'pl'llI'd/ there were no grub by fan means 01' foul( some we'd bum off) the'
auallies among us marines They ehdn t cue they ate good, l'Ionw'd bum This Booklet
-.. The "G P.," (gold braid) leally took this thing seii- off the plane crews as th'y'd Mop here before going( Oil
sly. Before we got aboard ship at Pearl ]arbor( Feb 4, to the :Maiianas They ''had flint eggs. I bacon, salmon ,
45 we were told that the minute we stepped aboard tuna, etc. and the biggest item the had was fresh bxael
Ip, all rank wa!' to be forgotten (tempoianllv) they That wa:04"ol'th: fighting for as wed become pretty t tired
't. B.'s) were to do away with their "bar" and becomee of those' elehvelrtteel' I K i ration crackeis/ Another favorite!
of the boys which, 1 might\ add is an impossibility fore trick was: outsmarting the chief\ commissary: and pilfer a IllustratingAll
majority of the stuffed "shuts in this outfit. I didn't few added luxuries that Wfl''t'rh'oten" to \veand "coolies"
e much of the officers on our ship-I have a sneaking stamped officeis/ only.

picion that they were hanging over the section of the I \\' allowed two canteens of watei eliv'. We'
( were
per
II (reserved for officers) feeding the fish" Occasionally Game Fish Caught in
I got by on \\cgotwatei from! the' marines/ too.> CAST"swater
of them would forward
quartered
e come (we were up
didn arrive for four 01 five ela>'11< after we did-it
rward) and give out to the yeoman, stoikeepeix/ etc the ,
in 51): gallon elrums,
'aight doie-accoiding to them-but it usually turned was /
t to be all \\iong The island] l was lIecul'eclIal'ch: 17 but the fighting\ Martin County waterstelling -
On the ship we played cards to pass/ the time. I even kept on till up in Apiil About the' time (last of'Iarch:
in aged to read a couple of books The weather. was OKd and first of April ) I had a touch of eljsentiv I never got
only couple of das" did the ship really roll and pitch out of m>' /sack' only] to go to the head." foi,about 10 elajs:I.I where they and
had a foui'.hour watch about every fourth day which was really in foul /shape, and it was dining' this time that are
ide up all my duties for the 28 01 30 day we were we had one of our worst rainy ,pellf \ inet<5 filled thiei'
oard ship. \\'e guarded two safes, one belonging to a ban'ells with rain watei.
abee outfit the other ouis I had a close:: call one night Soon utter this I .started. ) working! on night check how to catch them-is near-
]vas on watch and it was pretty rough making im- inetz was: in charge, until the outfit enlarged und we
ussible to sit up in the chair .o I used la life preserver:: for had enough chiefs to /afford one on nights, ui night chick(
.pUlow'and layed (down How long I lajeel there I don'tow in the early dlYoI'all/ composed of !guys who couldn't t gel( ing completion and will be
but, all of u sudden, the !hip gave a lurch and a G. along with the boys in the day time and strangely I enoughall ,
tcan (used to hold dirty linen) fell over and I jumpedto hinds were satisfied bv the shifts
grab for it, As I did, the safe toppled over onto thee I kept running into guys that I knew back in radio
- preserver I was' using for a pillow. The safe weighedout school] and other places back in the Slates/ They here "sinpnseel ". ready for the press in about
a ton to see: me pint of the ground! crew eisonell, that
:3 H On with my voyage We hit Cmewetok (in the :Mar- !is most of them Our work was pretty much online lifter
ails) the 13th I belli'veVe refueled there. A few mer- we got /set up \\'e moved out shop three times. twice' in two weeks.
[ant ships were there and a few warships, D. I C;: and I>. tents and now in this quonset And personally I think its
j'r4) mostly for anti&ub patrol the best shop set up I've' seen The maintenance I boys/ really
I':. From there our course was set for "snip-in" : \\'o I layed worked) (I hard to !get it the way it i-". now. All of my work
er there for two days/ the 10th! and 20th. We never got! H done on the line I never do any inside' WOI');.
here-the island looked nice and gieen The shallow Ive been living quite a bit since 1 l'n' been lute 1'\t, .
iter on the beach had the greenest! color with a white got better than a hundred hours: in the air and have' flown
ral bottom \\e could see Pintail three 01 four miles over plenty of the i islanels I was down at Tinian with
'ay Schaeffer and his:' crew for a couple ot't days before he lell
We hen led on a course for Iwo Jimn \\e suspected Tinian i is altogether! different from Iwo Its! larger, ha'
would be either Iwo or Chi Chi \\'e circled between more vegetation on it his ]people (Koieans/ ) 01 omIJill'|
ipan and Iwo for eight\ lays, then we circled 'Minami: and wouldn't be a bad place to live if everything wall fix..d I
o" ((20 miles south of Iwo) for a day and a night. Then up nice and there was a town to go) to /and get! IIwa iv' ti'''m
Ight and early, we headed north for Iwo-a sight I'll thai G. I. feeling that/ glows on a guy! out heie:
vei forget. All we could !see was four or five parachute By the way we have! (the first' navy plane right h'I'\, i Your Fishing Resort or
res in the air at a time when they would be about to that landed in Japan I think it landed at Stsugi anstni,,"
the ground some> more would be shot ovei.tar( shells but it never got in the ne11I''" the "H's did I that hllHlt-d I 1
yre' called) About 0600 of the 2nd we all were crowd- down on Honshu" 01' DuSt-out Ding didn't I want it km"', II
topside for our first sight of Iwo It (didn t look like that the navy landed so easily when heel already )pi] inn..d
}\iCh, and it i lilli'\t Suribachi had been cleaned out except to have( 'his paratroopers take it in his usual show oft' \\/1\1I t Tourist BusinessShould
{. a few Isolated pockets and most of the fighting was I have the all night duty might so that explains wh; I
Vnjf on'aiound the central air field. By! 0800 we were you're getting this: communi jue. If theie any ing at.anchor two miles from the beach and could !see you have that will fill in the gaps/ in thin rough:' outline'.
I whole island 1 (one side lengthwise), Every l type of lust ask" them and I'll answer them. If I can,
rship was there and .shelling. : The battleships! and Lots of love, be represented. If
.risers sent in barrage after ban'age. They were beyond mn),
and firing over us \\'e could see the missiles for a short ---- ----

:ay: after they left the muzzles of the guns Carrierbasedcraft have not been contacted
were there, making run after run, using rockets you -
_J strafing with, machine guns This kept up for some New Paths
ie, even after we were on the beach, as the north sec-
n held out and had to be pounded constantly: to prept See Ernest Lyons of the
the Japs rallying and attacking in force. That after.Vn for Long Distance ,
we moved around to the other, ide of the island That
ht we had an air alert and the destroyers screened News Staff phone 300
completely with smoke it was ''hard to breathe No or
I Lnea showed up however We stayed aboard the next
.V, they'd started unloading the ships cargo the day be- fo lake rare or the continued peaty volume of long:
We went aboard "L. C. T," 2100 and and he will call.
e. an at at 2330 distance calls, thousand of miles of long distance(
ted her up on the beach All our gear had to be taken off
fore we could get out. Everybody was/ dog tired Finally circuits are,1 being added to the South'* telephone
(grot it all unloaded and laid down about 500 feet from ne" ( landing beach and 100 feet from the water It rained
As construction work !, call now sometimes -
it night but I, for one,'just lay there and let it soak In ( progressed -.
felt rood after all that salt. water we'd absorbed/ in the delayed, Mill begin to find. new path' In the

ps showers. iiieinlnne, If )jour mil happens| ] to Ilr I Mi"' >t"I l, ins
i After the informal muster I mentioned, inetz, Schae- .
|hope| yon Hill mule'ret mil!. We arc faced l ..illi. a l big> :
f and I went to explore the \icmity We went up) on the
',, ge about 100 yards back from the beach We found jolt that null lake a lot of lime!
''lthmgtof particular value, unexploded grenades and sod money to complete Rut
rtar> shells, naval shells from the ships at sea, live grew '\\
es, etc. still packed in boxes which had been left behind \s\ -.c arc going at it eagerly and BECAUSE OF THE PAPER SHORTAGETHE

'the advancing maunes (A salvage party picked it up -:' f'ffirlt"IIly"( ilh c\cry_resource
Couple of weeks later) We found a Jap plane which '-,-,"', al ,,"P on1lna'1tI:
d cracked up I but everything of interest to a souvenir '
,nter had been removed We found a woman's dress, SIZE OF THE BOOKLET WILL BE
(HuraHy we all jumped to the conclusion that it begged rriJ\
to a Jap Giesha girl, but there were people on Iwo \
,one time so it could have belonged to any of the laborers : LIMITED TO APPROXIMATELY THE

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About '"
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I; 11 o'clock we started walking up to the locat- -:: -
:J,of our future happy homes. We were told to dig in for .. '''
6) night, be on the alert for Japs infiltrating, air raids, ..-.... "." '',' -. SAME AS THE 1942 EDITION.
ling; etc Lipo, Vinetz, Schaefer and I-Chapman -... ,. -? ', ,
!n't come ashore yet selected a fair sized bomb crater, -n-7.
ed our gear in the bottom of it and shoved off to a- \.- -' \ -
ihunt souvenirs, We found several things that seemed -n : "' -':*:
treasures at the time but which later were discarded :;- .
'0 much junk, x:' :
. i'About this t ime,,March\ 4, the first B-29 set down. It --- -=...-- --= -
dn', make it back to the Marianas It made the nec- t)
ry repairs and taxied out to the end of the strip pre-
atory to taking off, And about this time tine, nips open- Jf n1ft' THE STUART NEWS
up and dropped a few shells (mortars) in the vicinity '
t a, few on the strip The plane was undamaged and : .'''\\ '' .Wit.! ti'dl'y :_
tJlf as soon' as the CB's covered the holes up AllI ,l. ,
was out among my precious collection of junk.
vlnar it a thought that for the first time I'd been .

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t:" }I I ; ii \U EDITOR I "Shade and Ornamental Tr3! l.ff

l1etU i >><< LETTERS TOI THE Florida And Cul'
South
.f.f,1'; For .
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1 i \' Jh i i.ell' uy at (
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r I. I., Ia' ,_ ftll.111 i M I."II", ('o mix Floild*. am close to 83 yearn of age/ and have been a Florida winter A, 'ISI'f)1t'S' ( IJ'ISIOS .1N1)J ALARM; I t'ed' from 1t t
_, I'I stunt, I 1 Unix Niws, Inc, a I 1I heoth I'lI1ol'nll1l1 thisTlter- IInd a Scnarnl51Oluouso: large' DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A, MENNln'' '
tolling visitor since 1919 I have been closely acquainted with salt leading Into ( By i ..
,. Flu'lda ua'puruUunMllruyl ) the ,H.( LucIe rive; bridge Stua\ the shore. .:.
( mall! vii.tr lulling along both Eastern and Western Seaboards, and flying and milling) near v ..\\ll\l: 'I BEES
, :" t 'ua -I''ond-rllI"| "" number of pelicans tracks of the -
' \ :"k "" ....... 111.1111'\ i it tin I post office alp, have been flshlnu all) my life Walking down fiom the bridge and n/os;/ the u'"lt, 'III'f.111\ artl'1hd (betas' lift Ilu' 'LaU,1 I''It c.1C('
'i. L ,1 expectantly "fa I
.\ I;j. Stuut i flwala nuclei' the Actplr Ax n Stuart winter tuebt I w uh: ,to add my protest against Florida taut Const railroad *'e noticed dork the where i a large catch was F'orl' ,'It.1, ''rslxrLdle; Ih.11, 111 thl' FlorllI.I"\ .: 1'1111"; It., '" ,I'III )rids,

\ \; f "-, ] or r M mil 8, 1870.I controlled use of seines In the river here. I am no longer interested ins some fish to be \thrown Iron the seine, 'In tu 11 the fish ) 1Vrst I bu6et,I plbu'i1' dly (rout the 11'est I lulus,, 1 r wcrvetl'n
PRESS time tionsfened from boats by river and 11! Ihl'l : :;; and the; tiII' 'TJ.i. pt is'cs' "n I. !
: FREE but of hundreds who for sorting (n hr Gull;, %lraut :
In deep sea fishing nm one many .
:: I nAH: 01 S U\'I 1'E< ( < dock to whrelbatroSbal'rellll1 ''I'II(
r.A from the : / ,
j. were shoveled ; 'I""h'I'H.l.illt Mel 01 liltlurringtunw' !' I I .01, :n's
: 11... ) ( !
the river fishing .1rL'ee
njoy)
and 11 I Uan' til'xxr w Y x ", : ,horL' nl\lult (thl' keys 1'I I h" '
I { sa'll' s .w'it'II IIH' 1 ('I"! I ndajirtt)
: : := liter Oil
., time 1 the the I a.l
I h clueIlme. IP fast no same
1..1 have what uncontrolled commercial fishing will do the the JfllOIIt!
.) I i 1 t'"PubhxhI, I III '41..,." ,. April I seen Last year 111 approximately wanders 1f the I fish .blch' Inns JanlIlca u It t' tll\, lief111'1'\\' 11'1'1.1, .tllI", ,IL,, :)
"i' A FREE PEOPLE ,.': Imd'! ,I.. ih" ,' ,auuur.' i wxresa.h ."lthI fish In t 111.) k rive. Stuart is lloAlns one of her treat assets\ to bo similar sight at the same place lie or one ally 01 Ihr 'uuliivtsl 11.,1.,1, ,, I cl MID .
hh I I Ih 'Smr I xx. rnn.xl r1Y ud n I, Indicative Of a dintunltlon ;; nil l6e IIii.l '" :
.. 51h. i. I"I I I 'Th,. sunrl lilt" NI'w.I, drmrovcd' and I know of nnny: like myself who will have to give seemed much mlllel'] could bl1 10 I'r.\lti '% IhN't".t: I Indtrstot Ill, : ,
..x. r""Io'oI. I I O,"I Iu1xT *. II'ITI' 1,,. *i..kSUBSCRIPTION of the Stuart\ area. 'they tried guest lad I : "h <' (It II"?
Jcsources '
.. til): coming; hero unless/ the netting Is stopped of nature's (the 1111'111'1 'tll ''T'
I Inrnrrl' rxnwn 1'j" lc
INi I
catch on \
} t the tl sum' elxrits'S adapt II"i '
.::.: .1' ..,..., ...Lt: ,?:,Ill ll1i'u I ,: l,1x ';: rbq'rr. CHARLES M COLE, the tonnage taken per day and It Denied several to him more such\ docks ,mltr t ( !. ."1I<''l'! utl,,l 'ollllitiIlI1H.." ;,. Shell. a. range pi I ,II (Bli I
West. Velehed abou 10.000 pounds. If cutsirg11ntntld, I .I ((IIK s .,
72nd
:27 St. New York doclt ,
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to about soww ; :; : III I IIII'M' lilll'd' \\''""'1 ve't's '15 ,., ;of
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511111\' 1 Ml I \\I\I.01 I: (i"IVI.1 NNIINt'I'II' Increase of auto
would greatly ,
sxM.ni :
: \ then' the tonnage tie rail
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:\ /:\ I 1111\, 11ur'hu'x, ,; :::, gxxxa.r: I I'J exist ( t ,,,lnlK' 'nsici' III' S'1"1" 1'1.11I1"' aid"agut
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-- Editor Stuart !News pounds per day hit I they I. > mar -"m "
1 > RAm of the fish takcn11I1'lvel'4 [ I
( :nuaii: Foiida! U is the it'r's belief that n !good poitlon this reel!: )in'
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eli 1 I'
I"I. "" I. food value 'for J1un ?" lu\c Uin jinn.llv" 11" d I '
In (this manner arc of )pi oblcinatical Vfe oltlKsi, i 1I"lh bees : :
'., ,, ,,, .. ,, .. ; ,7j;; I Dt.'RI'Slr: bait for ediblescud > ( ,, 1tnktChirt
and 1111'11"1' /
,". I Ih. """ " '" " R : Commercial FMiinj Himeve"; such fish are of great value as food vsoik T\\'II I'dl' .lit I ("0''". / /; l S.I'LI'IPl'! | -- I
\ ', :. ,h' : :;''':::' ::'' : ;:: ''' ';: I l11a'lketabll': the nuirouncllnff river area out l ,I'ur/'rdnlir' /laii'tf"1"' !! ) 11.ao' I I-I-" '
'1 w fh' ,r '" "I' 1 11 ? ''I reuhls'un1'' '' "(_xll' _arw, Why must there be so IVtuitimnlsiti !In the commercial, \ fish Stuart and .111(1 the; riLiiHi! 1'11111I !

MI!:Mill.K 'W 1IIL .\SSO.. ('.| \l| '|) I l'nE:&S rthllllIndllllLry In Ida. county' whIch Is ichpiMisiblc/ [fur a ;pay I oil : tc the tonfucncc. or the IndIan und 61 Lucle ulcers arc the spawn-l ((.15oriles'ls. l o IIlh1' told. Inn, 1.I\IIrlh'h, 1 1<:.'manna ..11"I I I I nsac'r1ted'

Jf ippioxlimitcly) jOOO: meekly? :, hag (Grounds and furnish most of the food foi fishtwilladfwnpllarstd MU\ proud most set Iix'aile,1s"btiu,I l <".111\ for l p.ltU'' I 1'1 I I ,, [

Commercial" tiMiItu& for U,,' punt I few years hUH \been( kicked Should his food eliminated the laigei \ foit.m.! tree. .iloiu' 1 tim in yi',it di!d'I1I.IIJ 1,, J a Ills told I '

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR norm' ) In the courts ns well 8S by Individ >,Us whoso knowledge:: of Stuart. would lose Its place ao the finest fishing spot on we limbo| (11"1''rtI( /! / shaaudtl/ /,.,/ .I.- Plus| h'I'I'I' "' d"I'I, ,, ,6, ;JSE
that
: I hI' ineiusii) is vciy poor. east coast In tilklnu with older residents It was learnoel tf.mr.1. ) use Ihl'IIIILhlllll! !. ( nlii) .1\ \Uu l.m past t' I II. I /
main trouble \the commercial! fishers Is the has been much better in years gone by when selling was has Is'i's'lltll' IM.I lllM.lll.il( It Sl shunt, I' ".
She confronting IKlilim ) '
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I hill < hi linni! tot i' i'upii-- a piiir.. in mi'in"J'1. i >at i is ijiiiliiinlil ( /t/tJTMSiflH/ "
Hint hAve not had the of thc' conservation of- not permitted tutu U '. 'II "lends Ihl.1II..JI 'III'oIlt"' ( !mOLI
,nii her ill Hurl Ixiok of Mstiix.ai. It i.. hiirh; 'a.t\ they sitpixI) ; : ,! nm/ us .1 i unit i ;
'b I livli'd j I < nix' illdtll"ltll'l\' \' (1111' tail that I In urns u nu- j 'Ieel'. firm our neIghboring/ county south ns well as the suppoitf Iicnlcally I : Stuart\ Is presently putting on a large campaignlot' n, nnIK. n,,,idiU, triiisnlniul"" i IQUI I

I \I" < Inl In:ilJ""'>< man, IIH. the' world ,mdiris' Mittt'Kx" and j I ;f a few men In this county who ore fishing I commercially but spoils) fishing complete with prizes and widely publicized and It In a pits tlul I''"' 110111111'1"" hl\l' '111111'1111I'( II'1:' :
used and hauled the however, rive, sclnlnj Is permitted by the apathy of the voters Hull luulniiss, ,11..1, l 11.11111'' JPStl
Hiii, Ih'I unlit /in t'"ttbli"ln1l'1I1l'hkh biianit imtioiialK' | lot lawfully Seine are being dally upon 'isi In limUux pliiliM.' :: 'i i I
.di"tilljl'lIl.hl'd(1 as that lauxt ol jU Jt Iflod place' :11: cat lioic dl'ulnl'r'thhll1! } : will the nets to die upon the b<.ach. officials, In wanton fashion the end of game fishing In tills area '\ ldintlimoltl, ( '((11cur" "u ilU IIIUII '"UU'' std his. I "

''I 1 lip fifth( that "hllll'" forth ih the tliinaitii: / \ of thi' mltll.1 I II. till' !wasteful for every' email fish Jell to dli In reality kills may be In I sight otlii, min\ ',illliili >i- .'dlr'itti'' IM| inlpulted> | l I, 111'1" 1=0

.I (Ile wa: i.ldO\11 .Mini in public plans \\lnii others wen I hound Ida.The The writer has; approached many residents and business )propic :hex attire: 11'1'1" 1'1'.111, tin litfi' ( .slmli. :.tin MIl 511 n..",.', ,
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dt alii"in I lime' ht ontiibutcd htindii 111' Inlliii.s" anuiuiilv sport flshlnj; people! cannot blame the commercial men all\ of whom seem to feel that It Is unlAwful and destnic ixeii l I. ''L'I'\.II'\,'' \ till-. isxiiill\| in imu.iiMn.s: and inthtir I," ., .:REISu'
10 the' (hiinbu' it/' COrllnll'l'Cl'( and never mixk a ,n ycne al) for the lack of good: l lishlntt In our ilxeis The law : conUiue seining inside the Inlet and up the river 'intiH| ul i plight l">" 'III \tl'"wlh\ ''' wuld I" I iI. i-. '

?ji i;eh II' 'lu could In" toiiiillid' into iindinjr: ) II rnt'ftinirihx )jicnkci me the oics to blame and until \they me stopped ell --B R FREEDMAN: PhllnclclpliH PaEJltoi I."f, them arc pi"'ililu i" steal l I" ini'i.!( .""I istnld'-l I ';

J U\s sat alone' in a earner and mxi'i opened hl.juJth .- ,Hiltis: will be of no account A fex men III this busine In this ill I tin I; Inn il'r\

'llu belonged) to tin hi nail Hotaix' (lub lor \'taitnhoiit i oiinty make a hardship upon those Aho want to abide with the Stuart .x>e kJnanks : O\an"/liu/' l"i 1//,, .'./lili I' in i nt l.iiidnm clelgn'I)( ", I ,:
I tnloic he law and the fishing will become better for the Item down In the fn comer of your lout! ,,
ever iHtinir) a meal 1 with the tang in hie own all. I iii 'loliiui. It Itmis< nitiiiilK( III uiiiipnuts' 'I' II"
lj i :s iuionl : 'hi JUKI .Mat I and absorbed Kinipiiiiionnhip)) andidvui Very) truly xouii.STIMVELL.. page under he caption \\enthci:' It fills a long-felt need. V. \ ails if(.uin( Ciil: >.i wh'I'I'! II I uliii"I"" .i.Iltl.ldl'I'"" full I. I IIk ';'
He did need loodRitiiu't KENNETH : : --w J Biaman All Sable Folks 1 '" iNI
not to ,
atom! loiudix \. nti .is"11.i Ilii-lin' 'Ih .i''"" "itiIN.ICIIII > <' "I )

idea\ wen Dill Chi"holm'hole /life, I l'i'st! :=: OOo1-o00- _=: :JI OClO==:=1 CICIO>=: 'iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiHnTmiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiimiiiiiii' '' '' ''''' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir In llu t uniK .\\0"11/1'i< /< .illlionji,: it I,niks, m'"' ',t i,. V.I.",
1L litTC( him tw( I1ly years atro Hi had been a xmcexultilnpiia HUH ,iHMUiild.Miil.il' n.ryiin: n.tix.. lu.lIitli I 1",. I Seed

or ol i I' retail milk "ton' In Deli.c II it had! ileaned U)1'IT ) Worthy of Meditation NEWS and COMMENT \ I I iniih /:("(.( (,/'( l m.lfollIIII'/ S1auisiestopprl( i ORAr
ii \'( iiciliiabk amount ul money, had<< gone to plici'<, 'l
if ,, '; mHni/ the "I i"I
--0=0 OClO- 0510.OCO mill tree! "IImp.II'1 I I'I\\lh' 1'/Ijl'ldl// ( / "
lo.hl. ) and landed Stuart Hat bioki He null,'dn NIIIIII\ i '
money Jllllllllllllllll III IIIIIIIIIIIItlllt11111IIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii bra hnj .lain 1 ilnl.fit" GAITaM''
,
Small tut with stilt! !: i.'input
I
l 1d'sl' boards together into H lunch xtand .mi tin' siti Where Develop' in youth the devotion to: home interests and
TilE AUriLTHIM, aho"l> this G.FN; I ( ( ;rest Family ;,(")';111 fnmia( / tit'' I tl'1: 1.slul''I! i,' i I' 'ona's' hat '1111.11 i iMII \I\ ; ;
\M Ol il xx'uy'a nod Simp now .stand", und with his 1,1'1\; iwH Some affairs, to community interest and community af-
.
Nxspapii) is that it i-: \read li'our suhscilbti'* would I ,put; ; .,II oval. Ink UIKI;;( lt',1u's..tlu0nanits i ,' \ / 11/111111I./( III. \ .r.c
oxiTJ_ the Mtm counter(id i II liambintrii. The Floiidu 111I..1111'14l'ith.boom was in-anuilv full blunt; II""nut tin. .! : faire that led the founding( fathers to establish a nationof tes' '' the dHiijrtd thing in the' isttstr bucket/ they wiuld save' I ,tad (ali/ptiiinthi,//,' "\ 1',1/i',, / "',. Ill' '. SP \"IOUlI.. .in' imilniii n' care

a ) communities upon this continent, dedicated to a decent, TII a lot of Double i Inure oii.li l IIII'm 1I11.'lIlhilll I 1 1 v.( ,Hid 1 loin< r. OinpN'' 1,1"Thl' |
Old Dlxii the \ '
win only liiirhwav t lu :Miami. and ,
S IMIXtouilxl free life of equal' opportunity under God, and consecrated I I..Hiril) I hank h.I' t luu.. d." ii"ibl<' ix.iun.ii: I I"" "
lulled Iy tin dour. Places' :o ,'11111'1', irnpiitint ,
tc the principle that the State exists as an instrument Eor&en'ingo O--j( (Oi utru fill ibuidq( ,indtnuif, '
live In l.nuhc.1px"unk" i
|HJl.niHi!! (| ks on u load not blmriid" with 'm,iif./' h ol thi'm fan I 1'. > .
p (il1e traffic\ Fhli hambuiirti -liind PKISKMI) : ] / | lint t'as (hill: I! the individual not for enslaving him So instruct. I'll'iNSTAN'l: i; flint I about[ JO: days ago wt pub Ii mill. ti im-dnnn tu IS sully 1.I1W1't i 0\.11 U',ix( s ; f'I I Ismill '' axS

(hlxhulni bthlnil that: c.nintiM making i ittus' lit eau ;!d, American youth can be trusted. li.'htd t1 glib reference to all the 1 spot'ts w ritera'Silo wliitiNh flixi.is mil, ,dttarliire', tdl. hints :

,I '1 not lit \\\m ..It'lnt! "n i.i) n l h". "i"lit baiK' li,">kmjr ul'l'alto Joseph H, Kennedy helped( ) put STUAK1 on the sport fishing! map In 111, Sa"lli', 1,111111h.I'' I lxsdni.. .d.ciiln MIS nun ''

\t \lI'CI'\ | lie teas .tllllyillll( how tll make that hiuiilninrei at and! : ---- capital IttteiHAH I\vlhi-0( )'unit'uldlii/ '. the I likxsii.l. xx ill, ;2.1.t pit pilljpttliti ,';r'

lit( beat one ill Fl.nida<< Hi bad! buuylil) a HH-iliiiiiKinv CONGRESS SHOULD ACT-NOW liijuluitt( / / Ihr\ \\ 1"10' hlll"1., I x\ ill, 51 i 1 |p,ul I isrout

\ I much IMP und n iiknin/intr nn.tI him' on iidlit /und xx'till. I-u-n '1'11I' sin trctkxxilli ,,ill,'.uli\ .' loll,IK" 'I llu\ "IH" ,n limn.' \
I The I (1'10) ) leaders hate taken tiling! Into : heii ow'nhand I .
the tin, win conking. on Muni, 's unh' vtkullizhtg! : plant' !' with thin' cll'mand for
I s ,4"u,' capati: abi, ut 5 tires i i r. dm il t.\ (.,. 'thitlj! \\'I'llt11,11.. Hill/ V 11\11\\ \' ri i'ip aihanre's are" 1 lined inn|' wage employers j. the friend Lt Comdr U, M 1. Munioi of the L'SCd, w Ito 114 lobe I. Culufn; / 'Inn(' ntlu"llu/ tin Nilc-dxxMil.. ., P. .11,1, I H"f" f )..

i atat. ... on a 1)11)111111) liKin.d 1 ( I IHi II' "oat. "(Mini' 01 I lall'l'i must l be |plI,< I'd, on to the cOl1l t mu.-t t him liirniiil well The Kiniiilloi' th : I j II the ( 10) hug/ its way, |>ilies will' soar, inflation will spread ', 12 lioulwa:" : ', N. y Rub l attached H clipping> from the ', / 11'1"1"1'1/1111. tin. add, nun.minn. i n .1 i 'drirabl-s I' '' 1 y1 t
tednal) hijfhwiiN \ uiIn' let and knew that editorial I Iuoo t t' k't IMS und color, s' ill lliimmli II.. I ll\0111, thx, ...,
Mtw \ inur) .W j I :and the farmer iiuxitabhxlll get\ it In the neck :: pajfe of Jan( 10] with II ptitlneiUtll (; 1' i i MI ,11
I \ Would diveit' tia/lk/ from 111* lotaliiui !Kill hi needed"< to *', It i I" lime (hit Congress link a Hind-to lejrulau I "\I,ix Miilh. in Cul.i I'dliipx. it slioillil.. In. .1.'h,1' Mule ''"I i-, ,5 '(

make' u\ iriti* !dial' U1 hay \\'hlIlw/ sun wax shining, K u. !f I' ?these labor monopolies that put )pown)' fur a 1'('" union Inn xx'lili tie Inns, '"
'. h e got John UuHbiin' and hi s'v''e t to hdp keip : hi- stand' : Cub I is ruli In lutlx. trtis mil slnhs,, lIt '' '
I i INUd 1 ( ii" In'/ionprospcilU for the people, that ride rough.hud I WELL: is right. I 111'f! the It'nlll'lt'Jhlll1l) oil the poliind
"TrTTcn day and niu:, t, As 'lung i n$> tin) sun shone| Mill tuiild I < rater : hi best interests, if the nation, parade, )Bob :Moiiiot-\ while flu hlnJr editor of The *..ix] xtoik It Las I ii.Mr bun erupt ,1e. ,\ploicilnumrnt \ ., :

i fix tile it\ his. initilooiM plant bill when night .am.. then I I In (he steel ,ptrike for instance. (tre (')Id) rejected thehighl.1 :Miami\ Daily :\ I'WI'll" tl1fint to true bTLARTKailli : ) .il x ilui s. MiKt of, tin t with, Urns art.. suit,itl I

: \\111, not time 1m ,sloipinjr' Hill "spent/ his nights thinking, wage Incl'ell"e,1' offered )ba steel tumpany J I hinjr AT STL'AR'1'pill/ that the' traffic would l'Il'uli\w l \ on dr"ik llu' dix' Mills, 01 I Ih,r I 1..thi11.. .( .", '

.' fF Hi hunted up \\u.: 11 1 Kiti,'hinx and bought tin land when .That iffei' would' have paid' the innate Worker $:2.32 aieK Lear in his. daily column In tact, I used to wonder "rl'II.1 I l icinni.; \(sssiu'h, dix dllrh,. ll Ian,( dix sinx. ,

: the le :aurant'l'ulls: : lodllHI'. hud I no inoiu' but l'ncll.j I '\' not including overtime. nut the union leaders I how the heck he got 11\1..1.\ with tcllinjr :Miami\ 1 that ,' u',,' "pid .t i 11durai,I iisisliui I 10 dl\.thl, 1 Hits' r

\Valtti MIIS m"ii' in\l'I'It'ed,: in me"mi' thin capital! ,M I ,ranted more whether thewieike'd the ('ounh' "'economy' hundiids' of IIllilfjllh wilt being caught off STLAUT: h((m in ingatarns111| III, yixxtl( ,mil I tuba'I' 1,1( lollop,

.. I fold (liHiolm I tl. lot. /Bill I iiciUiiiil| ( tinothei lot on PiintF t : '::1'i not :Meanwhile, their members' wilk' tht stii>ttslih while" :Miami (j-h,1'I111'n'cl'e pcttintr! a stray. > 'barm- mix s'"..u its!' hl'I'L' lit. 1 lulls mix, dr.riuu, il 1 1.1., Ixil.i 1 ad'.n. .
1 : reel Mick of where the 1 hiiulaii slut out I N now, I then':i no wasres at t all.Denjjumin curia or burrito flic\' \till)) me that il\ wa chtntrerntiii ]lust. if III nilixi, ( ',,I..i i' hi is destlnd: ,, I in dl'l.1I1 I ,

,; i I'; "'ad HI around! and obtainid instead. the hi>rhwapitcc\ I F, Fairlcts", l'. S, Sttil JlI"'Kidl'ntl'Ollllel'" for him to appeal( ) mound\ the :Miami\ charter ducks, '*(u.1..1 lnxi In"in !yixxini.: ; ill id\ ,' Vims" \,"",'i 1\111'l '", in Cal;

N.hero' thi I parking lot fi now, next t 10 the lextainuntThe ., \ixhithei the strikers realize that "foi' inch week of work But, loud ntw' paitinian) : hat he wa, he told the ins, 'llux lim ilinost .ill lain, Ir''I'"t..1 i | I i| .I ,,II i me tu"

II. I. ;, : hanibuiifi i stand \\11' bringing in i (lot in strike the steel worker would have to work about tiuth, and since it wa /BIG I F) $iSllINdL(; : he blond 111(1( lllXl' itlllS), ill'Illlllistl .11111|| llltil SI"''I.I,I>lhltill sully,
a Y bill hardly) tniniifh Dili/ did a lot ol' l1111nl'IIIII'llthl'l ''line months. at the it the nation. Mob 1t' lr.Ilc,I niliM tars hut,, IKXII
higher (anion) figure( in order to come cal to arranged fop the first Stuart nil 1 used I tOI i (1(1'111'1",1( I haul' ,
\ I 'I lumber )l'Idel''ho! would trust l him far nit U' don't believe of AI' di'telino sail iin.i in 1 FIlii 1 tilt l IH'CIIIIthl' s
I f oxen c thet thotiirht thaYou \ on ( fishing, and his, litakinir the ice' \ 1'11111I111 I IH SIKH sshilK tl'.ins"'
.nI', c Ii' r }" iirpcntii' who had faith in him, und) would accept) :'ir I can bet there are lots of Ihl'm1'110 wish they were! i')I'm''lhl'' f1"'I\IICIlIt'' \ of )lu"lIdly fur IH, nlh I has done lur, uitixi ('tixii.iiiimiil m sm.K Mills" ll.i not level,",. EN

"intly i as 1 !Jill! could iai" it, !Hi struggled and irtitecl/ \\oikinir! ;Many/ have worked in oni picot< far nniyl\ c cMiitx mult fin Stuail tliiin( \ inn' other fishing/! wiikiIN ', I Les'ti', ii hlii iis tints ml |n'nnil limn l III< I"I, IIC'Mi
rat xtiuuj) on Ih. niw hivh\x>'. "\'hl'lI tin )putting cot.s,1' I : .. They I had ind ihiinic" adXHiuimint sail 1 \\liin I iintl. \
\ years steady |jolts loi 11-0-I III I (.limn i i II'.;'iil ii HIIIS.IX \p1ant', Ibis, d
Q I1'at t OIK clnw.Jill/ mad a dial with (them on credit U Ththad ilsinin and ; : .
:. |Ituve the/ (tnkiiiir sn| >.ti' in fiont ol his i.xtauiant Tin They had opportunities: \ \\to resolve;lCood'ol'l.Jnj.differences g ionlitiunx I ,\I J// )11'10nolI/ :\t1' 11(0(0'( ( loitthcd\ the right: but N. llrll'Int''

ntw highway) \ optiud, and 1 I ( hlnholm. + hotdoistand$ had I I'I Ip ( / bartfaiiuii! 1hat< a lot to give fur" the yjllettixc ton In calling to the at tntiun ol (tht :\1I\'ul l /vniphibiou (Continued Next Week) 3t
'I p 'In,tome: an\ tu' injr place ut LonHi.iiitnti. It did a I. dubious privilege of following heedless. tiiiii"ilA : up. Tl'llInlllll I loittsat Fort 1'itue! tin )pos. IbihU' ut training I'
office l.uMii.KH The next addition ll1d'l for o\eistas opuatloiis by undtiwatil! of St
) I u1 ambler an went \ suft'est. both stllkil-t und !then I' aiKi/iint leaders; blasting 'AILFISH CONSERVATIONThe '
it ;
TK! next year i.m' hei. \1'1'1' attci year mil ( hishdlm paste' this in their hats : l.tuii' Inltt Uolh he and every' other man a-itociatttl with\
t, (nilaivinir, improving\) ) adding to 1 Iis futilities The >'ell"1" It's work that will illi not wnlkouts that tnlupiNe( C IIhlll'I'\ a reel feeling of pride in the I links (ommittn of Stunt Sailfish\ ( I I -
cure our -
+ li' 'loi'i' the \xiii was the hauler! \'elll''hen ttll'-'onrllliol1'l( \\-1' also urge that Coniritss stick this t ton it- minor fact that the (111'1'11'hn trained .bblastintr out section used\ of Ham DMI) Capt.| (tntis. \\\hiticar, .1 t 1

I 'J.'iircanii) ) / toSluaitloi I / thi Jixtlint, ( 'hlsh/, ; I It'. to YOU to act quickly, before it'. too late : tf coral reef nt St Liuie ]Inlet \\'ent11'014/ : the Pacific, lokx Lnjrebutsin hall i lust ulopud: the follow
up
1 .< b> 1 Uunuin Hintu as one of the outstanding -- --- ----- slipjitd into( ( the sea oil the coral reefs' of Iwo Jima, and ion :
f'' .' hag) pliKtc in the I' m til Stalls, the '.'IllridlilutOl':\ I cflt'l FEELING OLD TODAY ? I Llu-tid an opening) fur out larding forces. The Club )policy' IH thl.t t not more than m,

I. hud .minted it na bus. -hilion, and it did mon( to o-o-o wiilfl. h per angler be returned\ to port and

)ti>ll' Stuart than any ether lni.lins.shas, dom' btton 01iflntt Is "old ajrt" creeping up >i"i. at 10, :">, 01'i GO( ? 1 DON'T ]K.NOtt: how long Monroe: is. !jronitf to all scull 1511 not( \l' llltt'd for\ mounting, or T"( 'i imententn Ir I V

I1 /t' + '. lill; (rlsholm. distiibutul from J5: ,000 to CO,000 I Then it may give you a lift to ital that : be on Ins west' Guard job) in .New fork, but I am one '. be 1'l'/t'II"I'(1./ l l's ilure to abide bx

r mileage) endf u MIII, hiindiecls of thousand", ol,I menus, On July 13, I'lJC Heiiu'' (', IvlUn, (hita/n! pioiu'd' I ol many hundl'eho look for him to itttnn to rule! on the part! of the angler: will be Jt'I''''1// '
t AotiMnli( booklets. map 1'C"! und, made<. Stuart a stopping! merchant and philallthl'opiwill,t In one hundred!( \iaiti! I Florida with the hope that he will again/ "cover the loi!, discipliner\ action against t the chattel
place for untold t hllll..IIIIII"-11. plan I they could! land did old: 1 1, ;?Mi L\tton has. ran lifts gamut from baiikiuptiv to i wateilion'' for spoil fishing, tain

l number, million!' ne has risen from t fty-cl'nt. a wick offi"c( I o-o-o1IL 1I'1 I.' wise leKuUtion and will do much t to, .I.:
tl /lint /Lull) (hisholm. iiixti played, 11"\1'1' went to |",ic, !boy to merchant prince and phil.iiitlnopi-t and i is now Pl'LLS no \punches l. play/ > no |IJII i lilun, and does! .ht tmiliishlnir+

tuft" shows, seldom Until"d' Hw/ \11..1111'\ wa; hut lift! He till active as ]I'ltMdent of The II/ ub, one of ( hitajru!: s largo .just t a" fine a job oflOl't\ fMimif I publicity ai he ha* done The I piuiliceit, biinjrinirin .,
thtIKHII' ( ..>.t clothing stolen, which he founded/ in 1 18.,7. fur 10 01 t 1 12 /sailfish I '
would nit by ilicamiiiv ol I it> futiiii Just before the Const t Cttiaid duiinir t this wai I'. Flu' /,r toy" s \\'or"t11/ \' AnmriiiK them on lack to cktdand f fl I'h t
y q 1 t Iho! war he PI.ltI $:),000 for tK lot behind hi; lestatiianmid \ To say a man, has! lived one hundred, Jtsu-t i is. simplt) is that J he lead The Stu*>it Newx EL I urn like gaud uchutlsinjr; ..o'l11e uttiact 1.1. ,
V q I hired u Palm Death aichititl\ to draw/ plans for the! To realize it !1:1: .something eKe When Ilenry (', Itton I uoC- 'n the long to charter capt. (
; (hNhnlnir. Oilll/ of tomoiiowhtn dilcktiis and dairy vita born, in 1816, the war against.. :Mexicou\ baiely ococ::::.=oR7olrT oClO The best HIM\ iti i s bad adveitisiinf,

plodutts/ became haul to get and ol uncertain iimhty\ I tvo months old lee was a colonel aid (Grant: a (captain here heitiiiitf< fur haillKhinif IH th.I 1e 1 ii iill

h lull bouirhtn herd of Ciiieinsevs; and a farm, raised his own of mule skinning( Gold would not In discovered in C ali- THIS WEEK'S POEM I 'fhe pl'uc'lce are ailfmh\ out\ there in the Gulf Stream to b ':-::

egg:? chicken>l gnu milk Whiii war came along to upset forma for another two years and the long tick d the | al===:=OClO===:=oaoc::==oco ==:=oClt' thel'l' fa. the sensible of \T c\\'I'yhody i 1 Dill thought it nothing) extraordinary that her numberless thousands across country hud yet to tome, The !Iunrl iong! -"l"k'e view which' will'

should buy 600 hog! and teed them on garbage from an The nation was hardly more than thc infant HeniIjtton\ !I Father, I will not ask Hijfhei for wealth Good(; sailIshing.GET
n ''S /army lamp!" It wn! all pert of the same picture in L ill's vas, one hundred years ajro Though 01 fame, RJ"h
olive they wtuld
( .I tr mind. 11' picture of living. One hundred<1 years is a bug tmu ]18C1] : Tin \Vai have iojid m\ tarn: il A STREET CLEANER
t et\\een\ the States /found Henry C. I L l 15, collie :
"r And through etidim." .' ran a tuuk of lojul: v little Uton mnchmg1ilon I hudder not to 111.11I'11 "
,
.,. i ; ihor'\ ot amazing.$ Because 1 the Kosbuijs helped him gel Broadway carrying:! his older biothti's i rifle, fuming all wealth hated name, nrnl \ln,1y end
1 j '. started in Stiait (hiiholm kept them on the pavioll. a* tt not t. being; old 1 enough I! to Jl'O with the departing tioop, Hut Janting; give me, Lord, myself to behold mj) Hole deft list: hi" property J The Stlllllt News will> bet the I _

long all they would ..stay Ilecuutt Palm Death /lanwas uiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiTimiiTTiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii l l A seeing sense that eyes knows the the truth //lul'JlluK |PI'OPl'I'I' >'-P ''tict.larly. In the NBC?' IIIJII!
the t teat would .sell him ice ett'l'I1all'llI'ht rhe re etc member! of modem I
only concern cream on ue.li A heart with' one-man street' '
t [fn" the h Ut-do6-ttat. 'a' Hill never1' ( bira put, (,If ice COME ON-LET'S LAUGH A manly faith pity that filled makes, and all 1 darkness sentient iuth light; ''Si<1 \'e zit I"-'st that the (City of Stllpt )get on '(the /'

r F I : cream friiii an> (other concern, no matter what the )price IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIilllllHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII t( lIi.1 11111111"( 1111111111111111111111 (.1\ e me the power to labor for I : 'ml rp tone .of these, gadgets\, A lean city attract,s.
'\\et n, 01 uason BpClIlIl'l'Vllltt. ,. ('",,\\1// tackled the clliet ;Make me the mouth of such mankind; mllkr.: it pkasan! tr for the home folks\ .
management job| 'hack in I the tough. iU'\" and tamed' on, MIGHT CHANCE HIS MINDA Hen let me be to a* cannot speak '' )
( t l(Msruilni' kelp: him and. he .still lives on the! ( 'hisholni shipwrecked sailoi, \1'11\1 pent t thrueai"< on a A conscience. to the groping bae nun und blind : HOW WARS START ,
V farm, Ueiausp/ I ht'IJlI'dJill/ (hishnlm.. writs hit first t aiN desert I..hllld.l'a4. overjoyed| one and) feet
1t._ I t' ]piepare hi" first' publiiitj and I "tuckxilh him through( 1'n1III1IJOlit came ashoic! and "in officer handed the sailor And )lead .till further, : i and' to the foolish mind; ralcA' younger 1 K'nmition tf' ours in plint'(;'

I 1 good days und( bad Hill would never spend) n dime on any a batth of newspapers : "1 ho captain\)( l ..lIl1ged" that you _. on such as Thy kingdom seek, bov" who asked\ | his father how war /Mai
itII
I: i ndveitisfnir wtieme without i 1.J..IIIl, .. ) me about il, and he I il read' v "u what,..till'lInt. ironic to! on be In 1't' the CUE'I.OhlJluturIRt.world end' 1 :\then 'let. II is! know; "lll"m"I/111111111III/ 'II I l l l f l 1111111I1111111111 l l I I I I I (I I I I I I I I 11I':I 111111111111111I I I I I I I I I I I I IIlliii I I i I I II iii I ii I I II i II.I I I lliI I l r r'.111:I and\\dl and, -lItid" Dad> "UI)1'0se)) America luarrc"L IIt

o I never ire) pnntlnjr: ,joto\) unvbeih else. "itiriidliKs of "Gut,"
I I DI'ko. HP IUM! 'racked what printing' lob would tot : he KINFOLK CALLING The Hornet's Nest (unreel with interruEnglapted) the mother, "America flit Kul

1 wa Interested in the iicult! He had a loyalty tn his liieixls The lortune-tellei assistant I greeted thc elderly' man : I "I 1 know (
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1 stop; | to turn the pi/'ire' in inv \memory t "look, an.leliip'i 'Hindu mystic' h > asked, I TO ALL OF US. How /I ,

a i I'ul'ewdl ti a t'oldea liiniUshi] uui,uiiislud IN ?het t "Viissuh, ," drawled the old man "Jest' tell him hU' county! school to can we expect Martin ,,:\oUr'nemm'sIfadlnirthe, I child" protested the

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THE STUART NEWS, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA TIItK'sDAY' rrnnt: \n7, 111'! ; PAGE riv

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iiiinklinD. Jones, of Sunny Vila, ] dew! Ondlch, Wanda Welch and daughter, Miss Eunice Shaw, accompanied County Ilo.spii) 1Icea v..Uiin0 ,r--luijoi) unions and all other legal authority and! initial powers -

;DISHINGy -i r; Port Bewail Mr Tuck was accompanied Annette Smith: sixth, Thclma by a friend, expect to her a speedy rlcOL'y. Vie? Know i dents and citizens of Florida I are Involved 111 UK appio

yiueibach of by New Lt York Comdn, who Hal will Bishop! June Bauden, Mary Alice arrive soon fiom St. Petersburg, that the folks along the Drive I I m'Bed to discontinue the "t'SI-1 I prime manner for obtmmny ttio

br their guest. DeLoach, Alice Ann Errickson Fla., for a visit in this com- and at Jensen Beach will miss llcp, use and recognition/ of legal protection and the main'

\i IN THE FAMOUS 4 -e- and Juucl Howard. n,unity pioviclniu! lioiislim conditions HI bitizy ni e. covei"; L of that I'.,|sus LUIHIUlb; ; UllWtrn"" till! I ('.J1aj"y... :",,,11 I 'c ti, \.1.10". ji
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St.t' Lucie Region Di and Mis L H, Smith, uncle I I Perfect attendance for the peimlt area I ployei and employee or employer public order, to jns'et i ti:. ici
Mr. and Mrs Charles Krumm
: and aunt of Mrs, Arthur Dehon, first semester: Ronnie Welch, 000 I and labor organizations essities of each paiticuiai ease,

l !' ;'V.TRUK: FPORT4MAN! t IS A GUARDIAN OF NATURAL RESOUKIL and her cousin, Lt, Norman B. Francis Shamrock, Marlene and sister, Mis Lena Parker, lIe (tot aboard Copt Herman I that would deny or abridge, because so Involved.
had as their Sunday dinner of
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Morgan/ all of Urbana, Ill., who Sachs, Billy Jacobs, Andrew Ond- Reitz charter craft "SallflsherI. membership or non- ------- .
Cn company with other South each to the meeting guests Mr and Mia John Krclcl- membership In any labor unionor
have: been the house guests of i leh, Annette Smith Thelma "What do you think of i : ::
)rlda spoitsn interested In The principal points uf aie el of South Fork and Mr, Anna labor organization, the righttowork HOME BUILDING
the Dehons of Riverside Drive Bishop, Alice Ann Sirlckson and these reels? he asked IndicatIng -
nscrvatton, I plan to attend a program are: St Lucie Estates, have returned Janel Howard B. Day. Herman standard equipment to any person in this See
I' Lee Coghill left last fall State '31 All such
1 A constitutional conservation Patty parties to
!eliiiB r of Sia itt wide sports- to their homes, "Best made, said Reitz
board for salt water e UIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ ':Illltlllllllllll" for Bombay India, having been "And t make 'em," replied contracts now existing in this HIGBEE &
:ns piganlziiilom at Tampa -- I
sent there to to the Na- State to make I j
fish similar to the present report are urged prompt
nday and to bring back a Mi. and Mrs. Evans Ciary had I JENSEN NEWS Otto Hlnsey, president of the
Fresh Water Fish and tional Board of Congregational public renunciation of the closed
1o Penn Reel Co of Philadelphia,
yott Stuart Sailfish Clubd as ovrnl ht guests Monday at I WORTHAMGeneral
Game Commission. Chinches on the religious education I shop provisions of such con-
Martin Rod & Gun thli Cardinal home St I and designer of the popular
County Way In ..
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2, Refoicfctallon. flu con!1'01, situation In India She Penn :acts in accord with the can
reels A guest at the
lb, Lucle Estates, Mrs Juliette Bold- Contracting
water consci'vatlun, jlaii;- Mokes Ocean Bieerc Park txpocts to return home In cellation terms of said contracts, ;
'Florida sportsman: ," out- tschwrller of Tallahassee and Pelican, he caught around a
Tpo Ing of food for bird and The past week's registrants: March possibly returning via if any, and If any opposition is and Repairs
dozen sailfish on light tackle,
ors magazine Is the origina Mi and Mrs. Michael Orof of
, mammal wildlife. Mi and Mrs. Nelson Mayhewand Euiopc Miss Coghill Is well- enjoyed himself supeiblyo offered (irons any source to this P. O Box 832
bf tha move' r personally Trenton, N. J.
: 3, Licensing ol pi'oft"signal party Hatboio, Pa.,. Mr. and known here having been superintendent -o--o cancellation, to make known ,
.Uld"like: and to this ser the Wildlife fish and hunt I guult-s and 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIISALERNO $ Mrs DeBeigci, Detrtil, Mr. and of the Congregational Members of Senior and Junici: this fait to the appropriate public I Phone 144-R
ague group merge sports camps I Mrs John McKennej: Kingston Young People's work In the Ala official I or officials, whose
sir Interests! lot powerful co- Chamber of Co.nmerce. of Florida ..
lligation 4, A full time exi'cull I'.c :r(','!e- NEWS Mich Mi and Mis B A. Wag- bama, Georgia and Florida districts meeting at Ocala Jan. Hetiongly --

tary, aman, Po&edna, Md., Mr. and I I"Rlght
rhlrty-six clubs. located from 5, 25,000 members by J:.1111- Ry :MRS, 0, D, QUIGLEYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Mrs J. A. Huffman, Attica, Ohio Mr. and Mis, Harry Fraser of to endorsed\Voik Florida amendment I I e, LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental
nsacoU to Miami have been
Hornet with
ary 1. 1047 to bark a determined 'I Mi. and Mrs. H W. Leer Indtanaploif. I Chic(:ao, have been recent guests railing foi statewide "open shop" I us.
rlted'to
spud two
-- --- -delegates lelllatII': du\t Mr. and Mrs Adron Swindell I ) .. Mr. and Mrs. C. O Slver of Mis: Fraser other and sls-l! piactice The meat of the resolution II L. FULFORD

to attain objec'th'as and daughter. Myrna, of Orlando Washington, D. C.. Mi and Mrs,. tl'l'-m-Iaw, Mr, and Mis L. S was:
JSE ---'-'-- and Mi Swindells mother, Mis I O R Fia\el Springfield, Ohio Oiegoile That It Is the sense of this -'\-I..f titattIJUmt. !:
666 .111I1111111111I11 II III11111iS II IiIiIIIIII II 11I1 I Mary Swindell of Rag City, Ca, Mi and Mis E. S. Wilson I After spending three day in meeting that the right-to-work : SELLING: l.LMIM 1 ,

Social News of spent last weekend here with Wayne, N. y Mr. and Mrs. L. J.I the Bahamas, Harold Oregoile, amendment to the State Constitution IliOIEim M.&SAGEMENTNewnam :<

:OLD PREPARATIONS relatives and filends Mrs. Swin Dutcher, Hillsdale, Mich. Mi. Mrs Henrietta Scott and Miss be recognized: by all s

QUID, TABLCrS. SALVE, NOSE Stuart Cont'd1111111IIIIIIIIIllIIIllllltlllllIIIIIIIIUIiIIIt dell will lemaln for a weeks and Mrs Wallace Braman, Aus- Edith Scott, all of Chicago, were Judges and law enforcement officers Building
)PS,, CAU1 DIRECTED/ION USE' ONLY AS visit, with her brother, J, C, De- able, N. Y., Mr. and Mis W C recent visitors In the home of of this State as the law ol Osceola and Flagler Ayes, Opp IkC; Diput

'r----: Loach Hamlltcn Louisville, Ky.. Mi. !Mi Uicgoiles parents, Mr and the land and cnfoiccd Iu''ol'd-( Stuart Florida

" Mi and Mrs. O D. Quigley and Mrs. Wm. Dancer, Youngsvlllcft Mis L. S. Orcgorlc I Ingly '2'' km pi' i I' ( :ll1J, 1" ;("
Foil Pierce Florida Mr and Mi' Gcu'; ;'r 1(6(1': : Airs. O H. Johnson spent last Y.. Mr. and Mrs John Biad- Sgt. Clarence J Everett: and -- -----

Phone 782 and daughtei.s L'II1.1: t Ann ;a'id weekend in St. Augustine with Icy, Chicago, Mi'. W. H. Town- Mis Everett ale guests of Mi

'REDERICK. L PORTER Irene of M.: unl Ui'?t 'i were their brother, J. W Quigley, andMr send and his mother, VUlliamsvllle ,, and Mrs Foy Scott Clarence i ia ji is I
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Foot Specialist weekend guests/ ol hi; hl'otl-c >, Qulgley They were called N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'i brother of Mrs. Scott and ha I BCTTY WU f'fII.'Z 1 Jlt l I

Room 204 and sister-in-law, Col!. and Mrs, bv, the death of their brother, I Combs. Long Beach( Columblana, recently returned from 18
Sunrise Theatre Bldg Oeoge: Quigley who was bulled Chic, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ncld- months duty In the South PacI- ---
Bert Krueger, at their hoiic on Saturday In the Catholic cenietei Ich, Edge Water Park, N. J.. Mr. fie CX3G WAS KlC0 L) HE WAS CAUGHT
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St. Lucie Boulevard. '>'. They returned Sunday after and Mrs Frank Oenny, Cicero, 'OUT or GCKOCL vc& COUNTING HIS RIBS

TREE RIPENED -e-- having dinner with Mr. and Ill.. Mi and Mrs. Syl Berger, CHEATING! N A OTOLOGY EYAM''

INDIAN RIVER FRUIT Mis O. S Mooie( and her Mis Edward Johnson of Stuart. Flttsbuieh Editorial I Desk ; BECOME--e-r11

V.I.nel. Srrilli.. Or..,.., M.r.h daughter, Mrs Margaret M Lcklle! Cooley, S 2-c of Banana Mr. and Mis, E. Moiohou.se '
Soodl. Gr.p.lui4 Spool 1.oi.oles Cockrell, of Palm Hiaih :spent River and Mis Cooley of Stuart and D. Morehouse went to Sarasota Odds and Ends

ORANGES, TAN(' RINES, MIX.D Tuesday In Stuart (ailing onfriends were weekend guests of Mr and to attend the convention r z Frr
', Buoh.1 $2.00; Buh.1 1325 Mr. and Mrs \\t were distressed at The w 4
Mu, J. L. Terry \\m Thomas have Kj ,
CfeAPEFKUl r l B" SI.7S| Bu, 12. .75TfeMPLES ,- Mrs. E O Pank and granddaughter also gone for the convention, NIRbt week by word that rs

: Uu $250| Bu, $125 Mrs. ElllCat O Da'th i oj Chi- Jo Ann Oir, of Fort and will ictiiin, latei Viva Clark, who handles the Indian x

Pxdod Ready In Ship, Eopre.eExtra. cn-o has arrived II'I.. lt her Pierce called on Mi and Mrs Nice catches are being brought River Drive and Jensen t < G1
In from the surf, boat and Beach news was seilou-sly 111 and l'
George Osbotne
cousin, Mrs M. 1'1l'l' Puyette, Sunday. I
bridge. had to be taken to Martin
L T. BAUER and Mr Payette at thtli home The P.'l'.A.111 hold Its regular P IJII
Boo 114-+,,o,t Auto Comp, In Port SewallMi meeting at the school Fil- Tine: March of Dimes party --- --- I

--e- doy night at 8 o'clock, wa a huge success and the Now Ready to do Your ______ ___H___

'. :and Mrs. ,J I I. Poi.pioy1r Mr. and Mrs Orman Eggles- committees work was greatly HAULINGLong You'll nr>! catch the HAYES MOTOR COMPANY napping we're on

T WHEN YOU FEEL .. have had as ttI'o\s; \ loi the ton and son, Benny Mr and Mrs preelatl'd.) Also the merchantsof or Short Distance en our toes: alway. ready to serve you, Yes our general repair service is

AS If THE WHOLE WORLDS t wccltcnd hei,slstei rt j '. Ronald Clarence Olenson, Mr. and Mis Stunt Fort Pierre and Jen- See Me for all Types of finest in the iiunty fully guaranteed, we know we'll pleate

AGAINST YOU AND Atkinson, and dough|: :.'I'i I Linda, Richard Oveihelze-r, Mr, and sen Beach foi (hell Delicious
donations, TRANSFER SERVICENo GOODYEAR TIRES TUBES AND ACCESSORIES
i Nearly $800 ,
of Miami (and Juni ..nd Irene Mis Adolph! DeLoach' and son was
ttU'VC NO MORE( PEP THAN Krueger of Miami 11I'l; uhEllei Jimmy, Miss Ester Ingamclls and tumid over to Copt. ]]yarn.IIIIIIIIIII job too large or too '
A fLAT TIRE -CO TO emallCharles
e Mr Ella Prescott drove to Cy- I IIIIIIIIIIIIII01111151IIIIIIIIIIIIItPalm i

F STUART >' Leant: : 11"i' I: 1 t. : .l"1 t pi. ss Gardens: and Bok Towel Jackson 11 f I I r ) If

last Wcdnc dn on Sunday. News
J irou i : : 1'urltto City Jefferson
Ave., Golden
ip( DRUG CORP
"l Join his Evelyn Napp of Biooklyn
\I'll. hlHI ( I..fll 1 i i at Gate. Can be
Ky MRS ANNA B, DAY !! reached by
'Jr'' the home of 1 11"r: nlL'rn': ( \ji{ 's' 1.,. who has been visiting e
"iPfoR' 'VITAMINS! =----- Pete Ensen, returned home N.// iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiRe PHONE 44-M

I _=_ 1 week and 1 :Mi1H L. Packard 1- ---- -- -- '- --
M'. and Mrs. Ernest Church had as guests Wednesday Au-
THE j i iI spent last weekend In Fort turn, N H. lends who are win-
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I PleneMi tering In Florida. They wereMr.

'. and Mis Thomas Palace and Mis Fled H Robinsonof
"DUDE"40FOOT :
I DI Lile, Pa.. are in the George Lake Worth Miss Gertrude
:Mi ney cottage for the winter. Jameson Ms 5. Clara Tanner Give The Leaders of

EXI'RESS :Mi". and Mrs. Harold Coombs Mis H. C. Speed and Mrs

01 I Welcome Md., Mrs John L. Frances. Herrick of West Palm

CRUISER >fc?!uvcs and son, Horace, Mrs. Beach Tomorrow

:iinur Platte and children, Mar- Mis. J. D. Petty Miffeitd ,I

FOR .,uric. Maryland, Mary and Minor severe heart attack last
"I, Melbourne visited Mr and day but Is now slowly Wl'dlH"1

:\b Shelby McCulley on Sunday. Her daughte:. Mis Lena l-ciui! I Support Today

CHARTERFISHII4G :Mis W. R Olennon and son, of Miami, arrived last Thuisdi\ ]
ENAMINS $2,59FICAPS ('.it. and Mis Bill Smith drove and returned Tuesday.

$2.95'' t I P iliokee on business Monday. I E M Fulton M'., of Ml inu I'i' -

'I\IACAPS $6.00i Fri! Wet attendance for six I slowly recovering from an all.uk ,

\utks on the school list Include: of pneumonia. |
J Thl."ujI'h I C\ ('I' crisis our/ eoulllry/ bas
i l'II't made. Ro,niieelch, Mal'1 1 The Infant daughter ol Mi i P ;
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th.1 i penhale Darlene Shamrock, and Mrs. Joe Csckcy, who his '' /z9
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Ies I learned to depnulith great *uti> lac:-
I-1 uuls Shamrock, Marlene teen ill I ii much imp oved ,
Inquire At Lighthouse Doc :' Siclii.:I : Sue Cox: second, Billy: I
Last week it was reported that ;
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e e a r Of lion upon her youth for II sacrifice andiiispiialion
Jacobs Mildred Crawford and
Mr. and Mrs. !Mallory and
Capt. "Dude" B. bbv Shelton third, Earl fam-I
Dodge > : fly were occupying the ,
'' 'de's and the hu looked to the Day Scout i
Sheet. fourth, Jimmy DeLoach'I house which has been closed

-- --"IFUl'Im'JJII'i.'IUU'' : I uid Jane Penhale: fifth, An- several years. The report was in I pOk America! for her future lender,. For them: are the! IK'.'\ -
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are 1\.11'. and !Mrs Stossel, son who have limnedvell the lessons! : of the great men ol th..

West Palm Beach and daughlci-In-law of Mi

DirectoryWHEN ; Stossel sr.. now living on the |past that they made this, country great with their/
former hotel propel'tyChailes ,

IN WEST PALM BEACH Llleuieux spent the d\otiun! tu freedom and equality, These arc tin I lio\ '
THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE weekend at his home here and

returned Sunday to Galnsvllle NATIONAL11<<1 will Ije the nun to guide Anuncii- futon,

DEL K onE MOORE TO UI MORE" HAW THO R N E college
f SIIOP Lt. Harry Frazier arrived last
_NJEIVEL1tY ROOFING CO. week at the home of his parents
,.j\.TC'1I. REPAIRIKGjkOF BOY SCOUT WEEK
THE BETTER KIN ROOFING-SHEET METAL Jn West Palm Beach from the
IJEATING-VENTILATINC South Pacific He visited friends
i .3M1!, CLEMATIS OI'TICIAN .;. OI'TOMITRI!:
, .' WATERPROOFING and relatives in Stuait and vicinity -
('I MATIS onol OJ.JVI
,'.._, I Tuesday. He has been In SCI vIce Will l.e. c lisuud. in :Maitin/ County

. In the Army Air corps for

"Th Spaghetti Bowl BOB S nearly four years and expectsto FEBRUARY 10 to 17 .
remain in the Army for an
IlIUN !LIOLA Mxnneee
1'1...... 161:1: SAFE & LOCK WORKS indefinite peilod Part of his
STEAKS CHOPS :-CIIICEEN service has been as an instructor
202 First St '
Phone 7890
.. SEAFOOD of airplane operation. He will
Ue If:I iJlxl. llwy? W.o' Palm JJ..rh Wo repair Anything return to duty in 39( days.

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",,,1,1' ,." Illl$, "" II Wtll' 1'\\"--, VHRTIM <'01VTV IHIIIIIM fill n-IM bad IhR '". much trouble I should not be ("'""mm; '
was\ I 11'0 the )law .1.
MORE ABOrT the taxpayers obey h"" Ii.. "
by
\ -. s :MORE: ,\IOl"r.t ) Johns Chapel here a' o'clock j Dixie highway 11the fall of SEAL BISHOP TO had (oJ be stirred up on a little West Palm Ben 'hlepiesents :at\" "j:, '
''TREEPLANTING insisted
BALKS
at their ENTERTAIN TOl"RISTS I BOARD i. ) who the 1)11\0'( \,;
.t : Tuesday afternoon with the Rev I 921. They opened present law,
BILL CHISSIQLMContlniutl I MIII' line the present: at :the( 1''lIn, !.
Charles CanlPl offJclatlnu site In 1928 speclallclnic in SEEN m'anibou'd, f from, ;wt (PII' 1 I 1! "I ;'I1PI\I,, \ vou'I. nave to "anon' slon meeting y'' 'tl'' (,11\ '
Neal nil) hl said
sandwiches Bishop present PROGRAM It
W H ,William Howard i Chin- Hamburg and barbecued the law settle In th(1iSAILFISH
and lot no part ( '\ ,
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( .Iunl'' 11r//it>1' Oil ) holm wan born at Che lea, Man. Step by step: followingthe sailfIsh moving pictures at next ils first objection ""I'rE'Utt' Chairman Wall [ I
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served good food and Rood st'rv- AiiK 11885 Hf spent much of principle of serving rood( Tuesday evening meeting the ''IN EVERGLADES :mmmlsslonrr: Qulnlivan who I No reference was made at the by ;

Ire, hi* early life at aomervllle, MAM to food, they built the restaurantInto Tourist club at the Woman'lIclub. :I (loss not live In Stuart or owls meeting( to the ml compel brought the
He was married 38 years ago to
Mennlnper;
music
Special Is promisedfor Ml\
The Stuart New and the peopla Anna Archibald of Woburn, a recognized eating place i property In the city, said he commissioners to obey AND RIVER rISH,.
'y4 J the and guests E f for t I To I county rnrWHITICAR
1 program are Experimental
I I of Martin county, joined by Mais. his loyal helpmate through endorsed by Duncan Illnes For 'A as opposed to Stuart having the constitution, This suit was FU1''IlllRl
Trees
f. thousands of his potions, snintc life Prior to coming to Stuart I "A rose on every table was urged to bring, games\ for entertainment Find Right That Area I I inv more representation on the first filed in tie Florida Supreme -

: !ll, "Dill ChUliolm hi his iinlHgCtns : he was snips manager' for 8'2': a rhaimlng;; Innovation at Chla- - I onrtl, Court but that tribunaliefwred .., s1eR.JN :;nil
I' for the Belle We Cream- The meeting nil) begin at 6 ) Circuit Court. '
years also the servingof It to the
I spirit, holms as was (Mhml Herald>)> Mcnnlnser called the atlentlon .
cry at Detroit and served many m with a covered dish I Mi Kanner signed an ,
p suppeiat A O
funeral rites were held at home grown" salads, chickens WEST PALM BEACH--Told by board members thai Judge \
( years aa a dairy executive at I of wilt of mandamus
--'- which guests to ilH-iiiatlve
Boston, Philadelphia and Cleve- raised on their own farm, are requested an authority\ that Palm Beach 1,'hey had taken an oath to sup- ,'hl' n Is returnable 'I': .

l' SAFE. DEPENDABLE land. and country cream from n herdof bring their own plates and cutlery county and South Florida !genially ; ,I'wit the Florida constitution lost Friday Court here on E.r
well] contr: I''In the Clicuit I
as as a button to board
Survivors are his wife, two pedigreed Ouerniieys me becoming tlmbcrless, i hKh'" provides that the 11 at which time the I ...' ea
the
CONTROL : dnuRhter, Betty 1 of Stuart Mrs "BID" Clmholm knew !Rood menuKIWANIS whereas moie trees would aid I 11UJ. redistrict In proportion' .February!1 olnml SI.nls Wilt !o" I't"- r r.Y., .., .
\'ulmty
R, A Helfrlch, the fOIl er Jmirlilsholm food and was never satisfied: I KI population, C:1mlssIOlwrQIII"lh'nn :: I 1
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climate, wild life and I 'Hieil to ,show ( 'nse\ .___ _._ !!
\, hf (' who IIvet! at Fort( with anything less than the !ndustiy sail: he tl1\1( \ uln' 11' t u: -- -- -- __ n.
t fhr / Pierce: and n III"t Ur, Mrs Oeow best Hi closed the rl'stnul'ant unncini well-being, the countylesoinces i ---- --- --' :

H rN f 9 r r I Shaw of Mlddlcboro, MAIM, A temporarily during the height ; J URGES i ; ,;; development board has I

,/ Yn I c )iisln, Theodore Curry of Miami, of ;he war shortages rather" that 1 inched a long-ranee program A'I

1- / ,/ VJ who was nlll COOPERATION IN III'>! timber
business several years ago, inhere berime\ apparent" that It lI'a.' DRIVEABOATBOAT
Call 7979 uloistution for aub-marginaiI,
with the lamllv not possible to continue a'III'II-( t
121 S'I", M I 1II.\ I InWfM ', lands j i
Tin Chi In Im 'unwto Stual'l1126. Inn lo the old !stanclnids! li<' icsccl Dint
BUILDING PARK
P.l.n I --ur II,n.I. II" "U in I! ''nt"IIII" bu islmss hmilh \' the restaurant polity to Named' chairman of n reforost ,, Allot. '

\+ a '111,111 i .'t i IIld i I 011 i the Old c"III'\'lIt\( style but still looked million (committee Is Dave Ktur : RENTAL SERVICEBy .1

7L "' 1 -L- fiwirtl/ hopefully to cturnhtg: Leaden Of Civic Groups rock, local horticulturist and a
tn tin Mandards which gave the the
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Here Returned Vet Sketch Co;mei superintendent Week)
II IU reputation ( Hour, Day or
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In Cuba 11111
I Harvard Arboretum
Notice to our PatronsChisholms A Rotarian since 1033! he was Possibilities authorityon Dependable Boats
t Sturrock Is a leading Modern\ Safe and I
:i I.. i use< both In the civic club and and IK collaboral 111111
for mangoes
Community (oopeintion)
ill ('humbu!' of Commerce: work. For
....... development/ of tin outstanding inn\ In wilting a book on flowerj j\ AI,1t..h'
'
.1 .1 Idir"lurbefore( 1 Illncwi foi<'('dxnslcin .
Inj trees with Ed Mf.'lmlllfll'r.pUbll"h'I' '
memorial park facility here, .
'u' (if those activities, t,
J 1I1'lulllnlfI''rentiomli attractions ( of the Stuart News, IJ,
1 1n \ FISHING and SCENIC TRIPS
lm tOll'llIts'n.'I\ urged bylUniy who ha 1 Iono( varieties of flowering SPORT ,
ICI'\: ,MMtllX.I I : 'I I" oi;IU I: All'
Kindred, returned treesfilimork I, A
.
I 'III \\ II um.: \P KIUXMSIDi \ : war the ,...11.
n veteran, and 'holl'n1ll11 (If a 1i1),1- told cllicctors of NnIA
iul\ 1 Klwunls club committee, at RDB Thursday nIght that It IKperfectly .
;
1, Wilfnd? 0, AldiltlRe will 1 Also For Sale At Reasonable PricesS "
11'Iduy's ineetlnit "f feasible! to grow timber -
l'II'c'' in 11I1I t"lIted" travelogue at IAiIn
WILL REMAIN CLOSED IN MEMORY OF ITS lilt I Klwinis! luncheon FriclaynuunJ Kindled sketched( possibilities In this county and that 10 FISHING RODS ,
h.'nALl
/r of n ler'n'nltomil set-up wbidi acres i of Illlktburo plantations
.
FOUNDER UNTIL i Ills would include shuffleboard mm Belli Glade have been set ,, 7 FOOT )
(1""I1UluU'd i on clowns ol trlpII to
romti\ and tennis courts, soft- aside an a imbcr-growing\ demon i nil
till' Near EiM have
Rttra'tedmany ,
ball cowls. and for strati on tinct olla
playgrounds : '.
Monday FEB. 11 (iiKlkncts during his stayin I II It"
I'hlJdren'Ith the possibility of With exception of the native i
fit u nil a .swlmmtnK pool In the flit me. cypress and pine', southern for Agent! For Forward Speed| Cone Clutch Which Starts Your Motor, and Nt I lAl
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Edwin ida has no commercial timbers" ..
A.
lrSH'\L( ''1ItE.TTht' Mennlnger spokes Your Boat ...
man for the park board said he said The cypress and pine Led.Y I
Senior Chorus of the that the body would welcome nip rapidly diminishing In numbei n.h

f THE FAMILY THANKS YOU FOR THE MANY Methodist: Orphanage from Dit civic and individual coopciatlon .', : FRANK BOYLELIGHTHOUSE I.xisni
"I'prls t will be in Stuart Feb, and was encouraging the effort I Throughout this part! of I IIw t tI

l EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY, 22 to give n cniuert In the Mclhdlst to cooidlnute the strength! ol all I state there me nmmious nl'l'o'i run N I

I church Supper will be civic groups for real park improvement that could come under the 'iI 1

soived the singers at the church and beaitlflcatlon I classification of marginal\ lands DOC ]Isalt
and members aie asked to pio- County officials, and representatives They are at present of no use ,

nude rooms and breakfast for of the Garden Club, to ngrlcultme! Some of these .r,

I'' the 22 young( people. An offering Woman's Club. P.-T, A", park\ vaginal lands lie In the flit Telephone 912S For Boat Reservations Nu lit
'\ JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT ORIGINALJnnllowe \ will be taken duilng the con- board, Rotary Chamber of Commerce woods; some lie In the Everglades -
rr1Jt
('('rt for the benefit of the or- Junior. Woman Club and and some comprise the ..I.

\ I phinnKe) The public Is Invited I Jaycees were guests of honor sandy dunes In the noitheicoiner : ', ...-.

\ t, ___n ___ ____ ___ : of this county ---- -- --
,. If taken in hand unlil'W! : !

program) of forestation these it

:. JUNIOR COTTONWASH "The Finest Meal We Have Had present' unproductive lands could I COLEMAN'SHOME I
produce a crop of muchi)
5 |IILP t
$ In timber' and Its by-pioduc!

FROCKS Since We Left HomeSO --- Tree growth In these lands would\ I

s. also be of value to the sininund\

log!! country' through the tiled\ Ti rttone

\; .lt >><< on the climate and wild life"

l : The Evei glades. too, needs
,. t c.- I trees sturrock said, for! shade
.. \
)" .) SAY HUNDREDS OF DISCRIMINATING AND AUTO SUP P r
., f. crop protection and productionof
't c ., VISITORS TO FLORIDA WHO HAVE EN. all sorts of tlmbei Wood for

1 1 __ _\ ( Ii \0..__ ;' I posts, budge pilings, cabinetwork EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH ::
.. JOYED OURStone furniture, boat building n6o.

I A'W:\ f) f ff / veneers, etc are of possible production ,
: \ Seal Beam ;
the
: ', j.\ throughout Everglades Lamp ."
( Crabs and on the marginal
.
; ll\ lands YLp1..

;ff.lf! Simile' have shown that n The Sealed Beam Adapter Kit Provides An Efficient Method Of "Con:\i iou
;
Y ::1
I ., / Broiled Florida Lobster large \number\ of the tropical timbers Old Typo Headlights To Modern Sealed Beam Lighting, As Low As .''''

/ .. /./ have qualities analogous to '
'.'. "
... / : some of the temperate hard- '
woods such as ash, oak dm : $4.95Alemite I A1I

I, J a I r'I Pompano i: hickory and walnut, With a bet- j I II'

,! I a tei knowledge of how to handle AII
I I
1 1's and season the lumber a large ): ''p,
: 4 AND OTHER SEAFOOD DELICACIES number of these woods .,
tropical
/ ; I arc now of increasing value lor Grease Guns H 0 R N S II


's t I Ir lIt \ I \ Your Winter VisitIs Immune special purposes to attacks, Many of termites are Nozzle Of Gun Fits Moat All Fitting. 10,000 Power .""
\ tone $
I and white ants" I Pound Pressure
A'J '
? { ) \ ', I. tll I'II marginal The Everglades lands and flatwoods I Twin Trumpets $::J:

I Not are eminently i I $3.59 j
Complete
l fitted for the growth of bim Single Trumpets $:, I
boos which yield raw nnteiial of
t tIt l \\ the finest quality for making < Iii

\ Until You Have DinedAT high: grade of paper bamboo, he said ue\ in Other'varieties demand FOG LIGHTS SPARK PLUGS iiDOl i'


(\ poles, for toys)'making' ornaments furniture\ and fish u Sealed Beam $3.98 ALL SIZES With Mon y.Back Guaranll
[ ernn
\ .
wide variety\ advocated of other esttbllsh-cbjeotsSturroik Pre focused $1.98 59c

I \ : big test )plots to determine the "

-- t 'u) most suitable species of trees for STEP LADDERS
_
1 The Lighthouse larger plan tings in vai Ions, typesof and EXTENSION LADDERS I

soil, 2 ft. heavy r: gid

4 .- U S, No STUART 1 at the FLORIDA St Lucie River constructed ladderRUBBER .. .... ................. $1 1.' .


.xlNIn11NSlx'nMlNlha' 1 1y tbnn

HOMESAND DOOR MATS TARPAULINS..

AH A DIo\\. In |111:1 l, :I I H F Ml COTTON DANCE withSteve"and
I ter\ ... ,. .. I 18x30, HEAVY
roc rmrnl> n.Ii I I I. 0.> 010 > ru .bn. WEIGHT LII
: Jolcr YbtI:::; I.:: I".:' d':"' 9x12
'i ,1.,,, 6wlna.;, ,,I., IY; HOME SITESON
... ..... '
qNnaae enh Ili" Ya.n.'nl" ') thai nig' M' fljnrr nrdt inr and
I ,. . His MusicEVERY $1.19
I '''rr"d..oo.h n111.1( U a* ci UK plund m at ihi n
au wnr. punwue" duns. .ku rands d.e.. Plaulc\ pin sins. .bumm. fly inn.. ht loan, WATER FRONT $8.95 if
'I drY, .1( ,lhl, ,..., d,... .f "..,I. Irrl DANKIVIKConun .,

d And auntie I ihu..,Ir.. .1 I,.... un I .inn I, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and Income .1..
h du., And..I., hugg.n0' ,I. "hell,. I...... ,.... Properties BICYCLE

,i.I i ;:: ,I, ':I I;,: : | .,., '.. :,:::'' ::: :u Ileg.nen in tuf,: ...,.*r cwl..M |.M.itli., SUNDAY NIGHTSAILFISHING OFFERED BY TIRES BICYCLE PEDALS JOhl.'

r/Y2 A VkVNIHiMC. MMflllIIS( \ ca;' 26x2,125 (
Vhoul, Mid *.*. IuIUn 1iN. I II. 'IU .In mJ PEGRAM LADIES 111a
\ \ k' ,""I A''I"| "brya Par. mil I I"..c. REALTYCO. MENS
$$1.69

o, 49c each i AIN'



( j I''I STUART REAL VALUESIN WHEN YOU USE FIRESTONE GUARANTEED PAI P.I


You Are Using The P.t.

t ; : DEPARTMENT STORE AND RIVER FISHING REAL ESTATE Best. See us for fair estimate, t:

PHONE 298 J .....
THE LIGHTHOUSE Caulking Guns ,AI
FLEET PUTTY
KRUEGER BLDG. KNIFE
r
"BUY THE BEST-AND BUY IT AT HOME" $3.69 25c SANDPAPEF R'LA''

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TIll! STIUITT NTWS, M *in IN cmum,, rioituM, 1IIrll" fl'. nr.iuHRi, 7 im f.".r 'st.Vt.l1iimiiiimiiiiiimmiMiiiii'imiiii

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111:' \'101.IN MAKER .....1.1"0. II..... ... load. Latest estimates are that some (ot.,1) ifMAII' 'riN I MI.... "f Flo'. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
fJ'tuurt cUjl h.oltltio. Ii It's. vlnlln 0 P5l,IS' 1:1:,' HELP ON I.l ----
)I'; I.SlSlt. .. II... 1'0. ((trIll, I0S'v,0') STATE The Governor asked attorneys 300.000 long tons of natural rubber I I'nl. .. mirh einlflrale nr r<.rllfli-ale. NOTICE TO APPFAR

.. : of .h, I. ',1'l'too.l'I .Itto lo. In" 5 In Th. Circuit Cnuil' .I l 1 Iso 1 Nln.l,
tr look Into the legality countIes *0 ..-.: harvested and secreted by i",..,. ,.u d ,,lo'.I "In .,n.<'h r..U.) Judicial Circuit ol' Florida. In anMarlf i"

OK) !t'AIR:: Whll. lily-, tO h... ,'o.us.i.,,,I II. pledging their share of race Far East natives during the fl.i.i.., .i ,.. rtiFist., ,"", will I he .nld Is County
I 0,55 I K horn. 1f..O'.Oll.' 2 Asi" .00l5. S \ Wil'. '10.10..10. t ., nl. Ihe CourIh..us. doii .,. ( HANI'HO '"
...01'',. .......hb. .'o,. itarnKr. C'n>|" I Muss. ohor jRIGHTSOFVAYliS track revenues for payment of may be found ready for early 'Ihi. ri.11.10.Monday I In month or MARIE V'It'Tl.IIINO. A\ \

.11."'OIII'(. I "H..hl.h. .hlpptnu, Is's.., M Mil I. mill ,lilh I. ,Ihe FOURTH ::, .
WO Ii'v .h. or. II." 1 the debts ljpmtnt according to Dean .5,5'l '"I 5 311111. 11101.

,."," 1'1"i ".. ....". 7. 1. 1 .'. He said the counties must offer CflIaufl, director of business research in.,l..il, \this TMIHTY-FIRHT' day ofJAM'Ain HeNRY (II'NK SAVlT 05 s. ,
'
jl ifl83If lflf LEO "
tX.H.II\U.; : MAN ..ft. A.I'S POSSIBILITY security for "sound ssleableccrtficates" for the B Goodrich i'.j"HI'' IHIllIMKROV 1;'. Hrnry a.". hmItantrr ., 01'' "".
101 ) ; ,,, ,,
) II'IIU.ln", ",0111. Ilek sot i-I f Mailin" r".nIV. kn"'n ,
,"AI"INU. .. ,. arid pay all the Company This i Is .
11,1 I I '. Is finnlln) equal t one- '" V.u .,. h..I,. ut us",, .0 '
1 ... I I'i; ,,hnnl, ."... r.rnil l llil'...h. lion I of issuing them fourth the annual world ,( .11.I'., ,,,.. .... IS.. ahoor ,'nt.l.d ."" 01 5'lr ,
122SI'151111, I. lib T I COlts average I, SlIMY, >rK. I). r. I.r" .10.1.. 7' l's
II .
New Highway Routes Too Harry A. Johnston Palm Beach consumption In !piewar years. J.,.,. 11 I .h S 14 I U. ( tires. 1"0, .nnr.'""' "' '5 0' :

. ; ,': I:'::(1C:I::' HAIRs hi!rHipnw; I 14-,'fool r, Law.on), open )lyne I li.imh.d) linnl ni.Hoili :with I Extensive For County County attorney said the estimated ). tnp (,lamrr. C n..I..' "". ., ,..\" ,'

,, lulu, 1 yn.ht o.o. |lI'.p..ol luit.ntni ,l six miles .i I. '
RTMENTS FOR RENT ",'hi fir,. txllniriiUhi..; 2 ,'p.l't'vltoIlS'o .. Acqui.itionTALLAHASSEE cost of acquiring NOTICE" fOR TAX (iomllill,
,, lOok I I Anhlii) ul, tnylor of right-of-way for the new interregional ),IrTION 114 (inarHnly: Hull,, '.nWtal "'

"timiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiimiiHiiiiiATIANTIC, K.,hv "Iff I,.. I hone I IIM JI \- LOCAL ADVERTISEMENT .1.I ltl Palm ,Ili-ai-h. I I' I.Atm'mv l I.
The State Inpiovemenl his ( Ph.. 1111s'IlTlf'N
I'd.l. I I road In countyis for Pm..Isll) ,

/(;. Commission has ex- $190000\ and the county bud NOTICE OF l'nii 1O ? Is IIEMKIIY GIVEN: 3,,.. S4. Ill l. l''I..I S I'' ,S.
I 11111 I HA1.K : In n 'ER INr
,, Inl..0 I'h.n. A".C..0 I .5.I,. S a cautious willingness permits of only about VIsE os'r II. IIIIENNAN ,,o.I LECALADVERTISIMI: I
1".1",1. pressed t get use 1(11151': 0 AN, hi. oSfo', hold'u. "r T.xI'
--- MITKr: 'IS H I111; '.II V lIVEN thin,' .. N. 3:... i I.., ,h'' SlythIu
ncqulsl- u
counties finance "
hATIS'": Md''n.l.k,, 1.5', l.i, ,, ) ) $8000 for rlgh t.of "f. foR rSo
.way purchases NOTICE
help
1,11. ,ih .
"II "nd..1 l .2l' I" th mini 1.1." ., .Isls, 3. I IH1H hail OI'.l' ...moi AI,114110.
.
; ( ', ., Ik. ",1 575,4' ( .I.h."k', of expensive ilghtofway this year ,,f ('ho. .1"' 15l,5'S, |: sow, ,,f rlinllii.; i I" ." ,..!,.... .":.1.I I s'.. ntoi". """ .111.' ,, ,
-m ton : OrnaliBill N I'NOTIr
m"iOJ. A"it. of Hill I, oil iiuliliiwilb llwInk .
11'II rf t I." : I." 1 I.s I l.o.'d 'th'rro. .
i .. for principal new roads In a I' Chairman Elgin Bayless of the II, 0 of Ihi. ('I" "ill' I iiurt In nnil fnM.riiii ., suit .' Isri..1..1, .."10,l'eo. ''h,' r.l.wln.. '' is' III '( I I"NJCWKPII ,,1 I' I''
I 5,, nf W. M-N .1 I 5,1 I' \ V 0 I
(1,1,1.11 I"ls'll 1.. p.Hl ,
11111111111111111111111111111111I1111" | ,II lb ( '
construction 'V "
!! In k'S1' ft1w& m huge highway program State Road Department said |1.1.....I ,,r ,.,,111, ...n, ...r upn lolIo'. ... 'Ih"ini'i ,. .1..1".1 M.rh,. Slt, I", ."I.r., ." ALbVMMiNAM. Ml \ I
p NOTICESiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiin o Inkno. ) no for "1" 1"I"rlo.. .wi of Tux ( ..In..r.. I II
is I I pioblem ( I 'I" S 2. Iii. .
that unless the right-of-way .
I 'rAT M. I.UIr (I of J5l1 \ I Ifllld I S
PIthIly
f m : HKHVKKun.l. :
( JU 'o' AI"l i 1 II' \jn In, -lie Ins round I IM I I >- i I" .," .
decision came afterdelegations there was the 'r who h 11. nr.. inuainil, I In hu.I".... UIII, ,,Inl. aiimi In 'my .i' I IaMlllin 1
'. The policy acquired. I) I"",',tul l, t the iVIoii of i 'hol "f I l."i' ,
MnMW lUe .
for women Ile' Z ts'S'" S SlhI'pot.
JI'I.lnH SI'IIIITS 11 nl' ,inn'' Mo"iiln 'Ih.lhl', i.nrll." I In, "
; ,
.'. .
r I s & JI I IIH) I ;
_:: I 1101 O"r, and but i l. ( nJcni! mid IKhon \1 .i 11. : 5
- 1.1. .ln from Bioward Road Department do \piphs I. oliil I 4.. ..l.l, I""..1. .. a,iv .. (fillowxlC II. ,, i. 'I' .I''K.tj Its''
;. A. I".t lilT-N' "5 n HUM "''I "w"hl. H..I ,. ,
;
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: ) 5'
\\ltli bunch the IMHIIKHT
Ih. of W. ( mill
11..c. i
- ,;,:;. :' :i.I Palm Beach Counties said local allocate funds set Dl) for the I II"i\' iiPhis I \is a pretty lice ".::1.1 I. II. I lrilllKIT.; I H.'h, .,,' I" Hi,s:ni'm 41 '. (''.,'.'t' .. M.rl"? ?", .

funds not sufficient to buy highway to some other proJect. Hum, 1 I. I 151.,, n Th., .,. .. ', .Ihi nlil .
C'Ol'RTAPARTJ1ESTS were nl 'I.olI'
-i |
; AND t'riH) utoinir, anili. I South und < oloiInu "- .r ,
; IOA1'1; 11'11 AmfI'o Jim SI ( ,. 7. 'I ,. .. Lot'> r (il. II" 0 I
.1 II "It in I. I u Inthi 0,0
in n.
i."vol.. In'k..n'. 1."t nn.I Mlrhl..r the necessary rights-of-way for The State Road 1 1., und )lpstu .1.1. "lr.I. look I .r i's'f'S, '
.
,. .. .. Dpal.tlenthas AUVFSOTISIMFNT i so u if \"I I 'KOIII '
11 l.r. Jon 1 n rla. l.tGAI A..I. 'I' ". 5 .
I Ks I is miido from 'he secdl.A I I'nl, Mill hire.. 1.111 I
four-lane high- policy .mh..t. .,., .
new a long standing .hHI .". I 5 5ood.'r
a "
STUART, FLORIDA l IIAIIAIN: i for IA.N" peotoslIingI proposed NOTiCE FOIl LRAVE TO SELL taAJ .1"I ..I .nllni\ ..> i. '''|ic-l') ,.., ,r,

WHEN AVAILABLE I hl.h.. .ri buss '", sIll olil' look rosily O'Ono, pOslI' way between West Palm Beach leaving right-of-way acquisition -- ESTATE .,. "I Ih. .. 5.. "I In. o"Id ,. IhlII '. 'th. ",,,n lh,.. h' .0 J I ILl''u' 01, 01tt.h'.o '
y ,
poor ,
I h"i I i ,ni url, iH.H.I
nlotaly Fu nl.h.d Iloutrkm" ortiI-o. Ihol youj, h ossit,. .!.. tl :: and Miami. to the counties where roads are Nelson 0'" 's ,1' M :. I In. Hitmnnlh ho. of .IlI ., 55"' .I .
Anarlmantat, 4OI,u> $-imonthl I I". ..hh., r",. II(0SI' \ 014 Mrf.J /lIVEN: h..t : ': I''h. ihi. FOURTH iIV .1.'. .' S'roilIuc, ,I"
I inn I i.
"l .01. I MAXIM ,
be built TDNrr\ .. ,
In'..," lIlt I. 005. I" Slo.l, of the Improvement to Mtg.Joseph A. Nelson Emil '1. 114 h.I.I. I
,, ,
> so I Member t l ", sIll I ,mi.I. I ih' liiili" ..r ( SI, 104". ,
,
Intel Room! MO (in .....k'v' Nn. Mtl. ,If I I' ,.f I ...., \Alt, hO. 5,4,14 "' h S
d..lrl.o Commission said they would issue Jviiokos. < ( so""soot i .u"i Ntn ..inPloil.lu > ., Slot.' o.y of JAN\4RY. 'i... M..II.I. S .
W. T. PAGET '' I'l,UMIIINd KM'A HIS ... VolkuthI In ( tiiimin c.", < ". 140at 1"1. 'I
ohs's I
I Ilumhln. gertlre, 212 Akion I avenue. revenue certificates to finance W. O.- -Justin W Dart t Emily hI. irrl.i, I In, 'tIt. ( unit, H..,.. InKliiurl .. II "l'IMP.lIv. .Mar.,,'h.) 0910.Ills

TELEPHONE 91 82 rrl..h..ne 060. Six ArmySix l-l.rl.lii. 01" Ih.I.I liar ..r'.rI "',li u k ('I In. ,,, ( ,"nri, if Mnrtln, ('oiirijI '. lli.it.I, .ihii, inh .1" t ,
lllllll I right-of-way purchases M. Wilson I I Miuih,,. llin" ;, 1.1. .u-i. ll.li.ik A. .M. "r .".. I F'',,, "In. .1 I'' "'" '

IIIIIIHIIIIII'illlllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIFOR I illlllllllllllllllll"'IIIIII i If Bill of Sale--Justin W. Dart .,,".ii III.5',?"I'r .. ih> mntlii, inn hihiiiil II"I "I), I'sst'I' il.'Isii, l lIII ; "'. ,, ?I'' .
.k
: t fur I mil, inilho.ily. of 'Ihiurlilnr I, IIIHKITHY "I'IKlUr: l ("S S.lst ( Clr."I' .
,
M Wilson. (' ;In : :. t.:t's:, Ma A. )>lmlir, 1. 'I"'ld.
Emily I 1'j\ 'j It. I 1.0.I 7. I II I mill .
"I.le. I.
SALE Ftate Road Dcpsi'tmentrecflnwflds '21 ( t 5. "
The
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tmiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiimiiiiiiIII Army and six Navy veterans li .II HI' I I mil thiiMliHtnli I 'l'I.,1 ,
It. Army Disc.--Elwin II, CoutintW r"! "Hi, .Hnnl,' ''. 'Ivlnu mill iHliiu I InMai -JtAL ASYl0ltTi0lyjIs't.NOTICE I \ "
sritbAM IISHINt (ril.ei I II. II. S
hmummuuImUhIuuuhmHmIluIhuIhIhImIhIhIAIIC ,! filed service discharges at tin (' ,,' .1..1.lr.lv, .
r
S OS''I,0, ,' trios' I'lttto*, '. It.io.,, ..",. 0.Eunice M Morris to Ford ,, r...llo or APPLICATION SOS TAX
; W.k., .. ,, """I IIb hHor. .lltltsbi'uu.' l'h"I. 200|_ 'in 0 If I The counties ptovlde guaranteed the local draft board office during 'I I,..1..1 Ni'UK,nil, f..".",ir I0 hnnilnil, to' .nlMMII ,> DI 0IS. LEGAL ADwSiI'0IMINI' I
)... ..I Ia 1' ., : P. Simon ( ... BID M.. US) '
T''I'' "" I
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to r x in T.m' hip
knit r.t'
1 Iil HSU: elaillf lor4iinitp' polo, sounds) of revenue jppay the week They Included ion ',
a I'D.(ho:::. !: '" miklrtt, etc.0550 toiii, tf past W D C. K. Simon Ford P. '0 14.'",nh, .'f llnnu.-> Fnxl,. liii,. t APPLI'A I I'll AN
) 1'h':,,_ : _: i U the loans and there is no way three white and three colored t rn.t: cub.' n'hi; ... -* nf ih.I. .. SlT/I 1 K IIHIKHV; CV"N.; 'hlil. 1SEP.13 _
,. Simon. <.,. BIHNo. I ?
WE .. .nn.. I "" 'I AI' ( lr Ian t
I IllATKII .
I. I. ml I I I' .I t'OIII. h.lol
:Al II PIs' ::"I '';i::: .mull:: ,,'ii.lAl.o : : ,RF.IAI., 1..0") M..I, Wo.k.. for the counties to acquire the soldiers and two white and six 1; nl" Sj, .,IIHH.i::,: hIt' IVilio ,',., t"f. 55 H.. \" ." I ." I KrvinthIni NtTlrl( IK 11..11'\' '

4-r. ,i I ." ,1 I n d 1 I limtboard l'h,1, Imp.. Choir 100. .r through State agency Chat. Mtg.-J. L. Coleman t ..t ( A. (II IV4H. I .r 's's.' ',' ,\. ,II. 0032.( hi.fill.I SIms'I W I.I": :l II '"I
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th. III. ,,, '. ,III._.. ____ I II.IALEI .,,,\.n".I..h.d ,[, ",",. "uoi' I' "0 .I' H.... Governor Caldwf-11 and other line Q. Raynes clerk include: DI'-II111 \.UIYI". lion, In. ,1.) I.'I..I |, .i, It :n 'h.' ('..llIt(' of .nd 1"rh .' ,, .,
I "is II",. I ., IS..o lu Its, "." J", ,, A"lry IJllc.--ohn A. Bentel Jan, II I. Kib '. II JILkCAI. MsrlIss. Kin' '' <,r Plurl'lH In.wlll' ,' ,'.",.. .
; 'hev..Io I IIn 10"1 ... inombeis were skeptical white Robeit Bloiml .. .. .. .... ,
( >" "n. HI1I-K. ii Commission Army. Arm Disc- Robert P Gideon I. iii" I ii I I. sr 11 ( IKV.MSU I "N' .
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ALE:. 10. 4.A '\\ Ift' II.-k-. (;h.k.:: I I1M WANTED1111111111111111111111111111111111I11111 the revenue ctltl'a RHgell Vauuhn Jr. --Iri: t ; C J i INliFNTlOM TO SILL t",,"' 'l. S..h. Onto..'"o II ItoH. ,,.., .I. ,.', ,

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Ur 14"1"":'r I Kamh SIM:I. I. ..,.,., .il.cl,., ",.,",.. .Oeht't. ..t ..1M., tax collections to carry the loioy Christopher Lanier; colored I YI.II\MW '. I IV ., H.HIiin' I' (II. ('hni'liraiilf. ., .1"1 ,.,,1..1 h."'"',", wi ,,,.. ..II ,to ll 17,01st. I. ,"r ', s. 1' I 1 '
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arwn.d fti i,,,r.'h nllh mill( :'I. : - -- James I .u,01r,. ,,5 .sI. P..",,.,...", ,, '."....n., 0110sI's of Hoilila, AH'" ....r Illll ".0"sttilIo M Aid'I. ':'tM.uhl, I. I. ,ih. ; Tif 0,1 '" i' "
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0* 'h ("u.' Akron Av Friends are commiserating I I" '," ,"I". 'I,.I I "',. .101,. Ih.. 1.1.". I. H.t.dl ,,. lr w,"Ill, II r'h.I",. "1 1 I, l''
IM R. C. A. i ,fl.H. .. Ihnlni KimIllon SIS nunKV out'I, I' ,. "' I ,1.111, off-) .. '.1,.1oh I.,. All .r I...tt' u 21 ''n I; Ion. 24. I ". 0 I '
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I wilomaii' ot pluyoi' 1..1 1" A "'I 1"","",". I It 15501 I O'5Sl'l5Ptttlth h) I) I Ini.. Mil. ni., Hanson Crnnl.wl'I .
, 4UI>j. mod- 9P(I Mr.. .II. I' >nnh. .10 l.hhfrI', 7(4. Ht 1.1 Su'h.vl.IIIIII. with "'0 """"0. h',',. oo'I"t., ..l'. hi. usIiS.'o.Ill .. 'I' K' .1" 111 II. I IS:' ('III. NOTICE OF APPLICATION LEGAL A VR1ISI ,FT-
". C.Io.. Ai'. I.I,. 1 SI < m: M.riilm lll who came hI't a reputation .. '10, ,n," I'rm.'ot' ........,1.In ;; lu .,ft'ol,l r...r .ale I ; nl,I nnhlli( mlrry" r>
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bass.
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Nuw... First" ... r", .. .. .1. Him.ll.n ( .' .nc'y 401 M. "I. m.. Its: ', .tIp Wo..hll.A and pickerel but 114r.U.I'lln ., .. Bill No : '
n. ,HO .hu.rh eyed pike I; : I I.. ( ,.lol..C. .;" ,1.0.l Di-alnum. !ISIs.! MOTH I: IK HrHRJIV ; that Itttulr '
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("'.1. 7 "I" Tuesday The party caught 33 .." r., A.I"I"I.1105,..,.. ,"Inranllon. nnil nnd (,.uroo'sill, I. re.Ml .. ,, S .1,1, ..,. h,. 1..1 dPI'! iif I i >i ,
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S..e .I".d 0' APPLICATION
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and wnllmi llnl.h. I'lik rant LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
J S,. Mary1. .. lluiiiiMk, 1,
at you nd .uhil) the .<.l 'llonplete HIN' M.A. Itcclor O Penny t to 1st Fed A".n.'y r." It."sot'' .'.. .. r., I.In. 01.,1. I.ft.JAHTII I DEED
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Smart' N. S. lIft) ) or wow n 1.,1. a11'! NOTICE OF APPI FOR TAX .
work Inner, W. trimyost. 753l0 I., n,.. IIuIpStOI ( .nm.nlon. mile ni iMiblli outin foi ihi hiuh..lnml "TsDEE NOTItlIS' ; IHII" inI "
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II 5 nil n. m --I I Hi-rond o.1 Fnnrlhiii. Army Dise.- BakerAimy lb.i' Ih I Iniernnl I Ini 111 ho, ,I, S 1'111 i S
()liov mid :1 I 1'"II.y 11..01. "orklna .on.hl.n. good pny. l'poIIIeoL..oo.Isy. ,. .t. .I nnd( ..r thi. II.u.l I of "IM\NS. ,
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.,innM' 121 W. liliALKt SC. ..1.* Albert ?M. .ICE ..n. t: IH HKRHIV:' OIVrN; 'lhtJllIIA tS. h..I
(', ,,. Disc.- Shrlgley// (' I .. Eo'rulol'o' IIroIsor. ",
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tlHJ J".., .! I, ::11. I d.. 7.I.Ki > Laundry wO'kfrs for I I (Is'' ". ::4. ., ) ( II' I In ihv :1(1-( ( inS ) '' "ul.., .sir' 'i. .-f i.."uni> Ih. .l'os't'ii'l'.linn) of Ih' flee and hni,' I, s's'" '
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second Set Tslmas m. r\\ .1' '1.1.1' .n" o..l'uPlhs' Tax UK'ii ,n In ,." I >" S
Andy W. D. James Steele to DeweyB. 5 101.1. ot I h I. SI ., o ill .0
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_ unit tiliphlo.t .". II". ,.... 117 Wrat Second Street Hear. .1"n ,, ,., Fund', I : n.i'n..n. for 'load iluhVof way 'slI'o o" 1 II .CnrlHM ,", .. .
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Co. of N. V to Roland B. Min- of H iFMululliui. tu xoni anilxrlit ,., illiiion) <,r I.' I. I. 1. ,
load nnOtn '
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EHIARPENrRH, : : : V.. iba" Motor ."lln. I fur ronI' I I"r"oo I '11.1 mlby IT'I'I:1 I I. I'. T K. 1". H I I' i illnktan
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ir. 7 3,' '50 I'sI'tl" ,' % ( 1,1..1.W.dn..dHV qdl mnlnlnc' "I. "". mini' 'I o I.ht.. n In (ho' utmos .r I 1" I S I.'I'' "
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To.ti h.d) lr J. '' Oh,", ", Sat. Mtg.-Minnie R. Jarvis "S'S''II| urlimily, 'lo bi. hinrtl Hi the llmii. fifty I"'r. ,' (HO' l onilly. .f U I IS. .1'us. John Mill., In.1, II' I '
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.4. 5ltAkr.ott lb. 7tiA2.E 7 'us", .., I'o's, sod HIM,. l4IsoIr, to Bror J. Carlberg.Sat. ."'. llralnnit. ( i t tTiael : sold tildeemed .1 I "
''Is Ili:I.IIUo'It .l'olol'l Hinl tiny itlhrr 1. 11.0. I'lnilly. nf MARTIN, Mule, of H,. il.liiii ., ,. 'S, "
Loan & Trust :I.1,11.!. ul,' mnriif kilt,,011., Ihol-onf Much I' ''.. ., .'h "' ,,t.. 01' ", iiFiordlnir. 0 nderilbil I ItS's". ,'
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; ...11. 7 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. may announce I the Woman Club Co. to y. RaceyW t"ne, Inll lomo 1.1.I", .... ,1(151", ,0111 I.or I. lll...k..I.Inln.. \. .,. I in in.r,... "linNrt. | > dtarrlbeil 4 10,515. h rirllfi.nu 5 ." on I h. flr.l MiHiilnMarch I ,,, ,sS''u'' So r.r
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---. the birth of a daughter, .. ,. I ,,f thi' IhilHlmn, D.-Eleanor Paaske to JamesA. 'I 1 0'' bii "' .0... lT. I.U'lf INI.YT rAIIVM Ixlm- 1,1,11 wi ,, ,,,, ,. .. HMO o'hi'h 0 5 h. I.l..INor'h '
ItoIl'IS. lb do
-'NLI':I 14 ft Hunt. with,' Al', .
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8M Frisk 'Ito I. Thi I IBMDock Feb. 4.Admited. Barrott tat tt I All of I I.ol., 22 HI Ihl. .lib ,1S I'uo' ., i .5,5, 0 0'.
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to the Martin Coun- BIBLE' UNION CONGREGATIONAL W. D.-Eleanor Paa'kl to Carter In. 01I.'lis,, t.'ll(lIp. ..1",1.. So .3D ''I. .w F.. \ nni" I Dnliil, 'Ihl. SI.I ilnt, 5.1 .Innin.ri, 1 111411. ('Ih, Ci.,.""i .1 i I ..\11', ,.. I .
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COMBINA1'tlN' r.., .otl" 'Ine Palm ClIp '"s", 'Iri on 110. 10-I: (hV ,lb. rsot.'P 40,41TRI'IT.H .1 K. ('1151 ('.IltlV. C'.r \

..0110 .nd ,I," ,..I. .\-1) ....,,.,11110". ty Hospital. Mrs D. I.,. Williams, IUV. Il,1IllIIIN I. I I'A'KARD. ..to. II Brandon. .r thr. A""t.. (lot-Ill.. .n 1100 thnIhI. ': Tin: 1M.I'KIV.MI' 11,1." ,sf t in ,ill, l t'..," .i .,.i 'lrln I.iiiinty.II 1'1"10". is,' 'r, SI .1 's\ "t' 0 0I'II'sll

.0I5WII.v. WIIt Mi..., .'" "'.rt. Loiln Howard OslO i I., m. S"n.hv, Mtg. James A. B.niettto Eleanor h. Iii 1".h. b".ldy Ih..r M., I '' INnRNA. ,,1.'".. ,,, '. ,, ,
Mrs. Edward coy. : I I'NIl ( : 'i "" I IIFCAL '
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-- Clifton Usry of Indlantown < l 1.lnd. .n. Hi '''HHII'IF'W.! I '! r:. I 1. C' -- --
COMMUNITY s.nlh, by the I..."lI4.rl, .1,010. ,lei.. 7. I l I
IMlDIATt: DIIIMKVfr : ( ( 01'lob ADYIririSEMI
Alvin Whittle of Rivera. Admit CHURCH Mtg.-Cal.ttI' H Bianclon t of Ihni auhillvlKlon kn.wt .01 U"n.Io I n'MIJSIONFII". a1 1 1'41.UCAL
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and discharged Mrs C. L. Eleanor Paaske ADVFRTISEMENT LEGAL NOTlLl:
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i ON RPYOUNU.: imitid Ihl. 0 of Kelnnary. loin .
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Pollock Indlantown Jack Dodge In.. 'loss iilny( I.to Bill of Sale-Carter II Binndon o' Sliintt' Mori.In' lIe I J. R. l'O'IHI.r. ., ..( 1.,1 POlICE 'INIFNTICt'l TO ,
n. /.10001. CosI, .r M 01 RIC'STR.IC11110US NOTICeS IH III:III' 'H\ < I I I' S''I'lilh :
., II rl of Cnunl.i, ( nminlKnloiura I ) of Mni- ITIN .
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FERTILIZERS M.nl" ,
of St. Lucie Locks Miss Mary 1 to Eleanor Paaske.W. S u Il.tIIo.lIp .. A.'n'' r., ,'" ''.r 'Oh I In", "ul' losr5 HumUonrd' I I"I! I 1.1 I Itil "" I"
C..lv. (. (0 mi l runil nnil foi,' lloui' 'I' .r I'.,,. .ale of will, f 's's's, d I, I
L Jib AND Huff Pamela doss John Stev- CHRISTIAN SCIFNCE SOCIETY OFEut D.-Erail Svllokos Joseph II. ,I.. WAI.l. Chll.m"n, mlIo,.,.. uf hmlail' '.. 1.ln... N'ru' N IIERliY: f713'F.N Th., will '...-(F..ld.. ,..,11, I I", ,.. I .I",,0.
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DES .. m. ( 4.,,"'S ... (( t'oI, ScullNOTICE ,.'I l bill. .IM """I.'c'i ulth. ,Ihe Clirkf tin' ( ,',, ,I ,
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.......... Civ. your horn I-... STUART B\SKETFERS ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIinililllllllllllllllllllllCHRISTIAN, MODERNPHOTOCOPYING ."" nlm.. 10..I, 40 .::0'". ISIS.I ,,0.,.,,,, ., I'
FOKIC ; ANt) nFPAIll CO .
..Is n a loot '..IUI... "ow.LP'Hi I1E\T PMIOKtE: 27HStuart's SCIENCE LEGAl. ADVERTISFMENT iinli ,' whi.h( itII\'IF,..,' In I.nilneaahulni .Ihll,.,...Noli"1.,. i I....."I.h.h.1 1.01 5 '" "' ,.. .,

KADIO PROGRAMS : prlnrlpnl |.ln,4> nf himlnemIn ,,, '1.1.. .
of bnske- "o o'slh' 'SIll "55''" : .II'
quintette OF APPlICATION FOR TAX .s"1., M'SIll,", ('.111.1, ,, riorl.lii. 'lha.Mi ", .,"I.rI.. .,,,iti. ... I 'HIIhi I '

LMER MOTOR teers defeated the Pahokce lads I1FFIHUII ') ,inrtle., I h""I", 'to l "l 'in 'nail' ,ooIlSoI I, vir.--.fiil' ., ,' i..l.I" ', ,,' ,,'. ..1,,.
WPDQ Jacksonville Saturday .. 11.11, No. loll (1r .1 1 I.. 11(1o'. ..'I. V. laylor.K .n.1 adi.rllnTiiir: : tIhe
co. In a fast game here Friday 'It ". j, 'Ih I tih'r,, are not .. .hhil ,
.1'1. Hale. if nnd I
27-1 12 45 ,Ih' ,. ."| I In ,,|i.I| liii.lneni,, .I.1 n..I.
If.t Ed Howard for : p m. M1TICF H III UHlV: GVF.N. IhniAl '. uoi'''', t.i" II l be mibjeil) in 'Ihi. II,nIt. .1 -..,., "...
night. .1.I I I. 1
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starl'td HA UKI thi- of lbs .
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STRING In ....... heavy w.loMtou.h..Orr..d the Tigers with points, ably W D B S.-.710-Sundny, 8:4: fnl.wln. ...lr. ha. ( ..I aalil per- HOHI1 W TAYIOHK .n., 05,101.. lh.o't' ', .,. ..,..,..", ,, .
1 fin il Igod to W I..nIthuiton. M jrJim .
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while It I..t. u. m. of 'I'h. Riot' ,' io, .I .:,1" '01'h.
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by Bob Park's Thr rnrtlflratinuml.or.
.-1.. Iti'I.Itt SOo lb. Blum"I supported ,'rIohlo'j, .'" 11'' '"'''i "I hl"H
'-' Newatf WDBO Orlando, Mondays, ostri "r I IH.n.n,.. Iho d..r'IUnn, ofLnla lIp 's'fib', S'o'' 1..1 .r 15,4: ",...

points 8:15: a.m. (Adv.) tho I..P''V.' '' .".1 .Ih. whl'hIt LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Ih,1 .1..1.' ,Si i.," .r .1.' ,,
MONEY CIIANGF1I8 11.00.l whilelut. The Stuart: girls lost to the BLUEPRINTS PAPWUS AND! 50aO 0-s-p.1 loI' t'eoIIylho'le' I.. JNTTNTION I I I' 'MATTFST 1IW.U.: .
MI.I.AII
lAP YAIUArL NOTICE OF TO MAKE
.Kuan, Nu.. off)... iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiJUST 10""
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Glades hoopsters itncouns) ) APPLICATION FOR FINAL D1S. I.

liCK BUROCR BANDS 1-1. Mole AL. 1..tr..t.1'1.' 'po. .f I..n.,, .: CHAHl.E S. .
-YM. we 18. (11I.IN ENOLKII iitnrvSlate
I tbrai ito..0.. (;h't whit ...u Rlcou led the scoring for the JI'II' I The Court ol' I lh. County J"dl., of riliinli: .,.
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,5th. Stu.rl New rrir.. If Mf tin, County, SIte ol Florida.In ,, I 1.,1, II I"'i' 7. II.LEGAl. .
> hOe team with seven points Size 1 18 22 or Larger C'.rlifh'ii'" 1'1.' 12. Yo.r, .r I"..nos', '1 II,'5 105101,0CIIENIIY ; Jnn l. _

ALIt:I S he. llrio, lI'ro"on.( .x, I and Jan Felton WM lunnerupwith RECEIVEDNEW JUI.Y I I. 1942. .. WII'I.I' : rMPrY*. I ADVERTISEMENT .
.. .. nl.o kn >, I IIIIsN1IY TO REGISTER
.dll.n. I..., b NOTICE OF INTENTION
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I M..hln. Ih.! .... Roy..10.) 1, 14. : 4.The 1946 YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO OUT OF TOWN FOR ('...litl'ouo I.' 11112.' No I IID. V.nr nr I ooomvu'r.Itllv W. "OM.rVH.: .'....4 I I IIi FICTITIOUS NAMIC

team will go to NOTICE la limb !hot I base
Dele i1'1s'iv.'iiy
TB'SAttl olvn GIVEN thnt
Aluminum rullflaiiaM IS
_ IIn.... night for another PHOTOCOPYING I anil U. Illnrk. r. RT OIls,1 i mv 1.'ln.1 5,' 1'op.ulor .1 NOTICE nrovlalonaof
rrluHy 10 ,In 4. II..yApt. Glade tomorrow WIRE STAPLERSDESK llClb' : tHTAFEg: HrCllUN Rubillvlalun 'Ihe .:...t. of Homy ( Com.n.. the .noor.l.n..I, unih the

I 1 vraunil floor. )Norlh conference contest. uf lurt of (,..v. I..... H sit,. known .o l.n.y Wlnr.0. do. ( Lawi of rlorhln.Act. .
I rrb 7 SEETHE 4 so I III, 1'U II il. l-aiio 70. .'o.o.I.. thnt, I flld m. .. of 111 I wi ienh.1.1' with thii
1..Un"R. I.lh.nra' In and for
.. 'In.1 Clerk of (Touil
Tuwnihlp IH South.' H. tllirhora.. th.t
LEo Ohio III ft. fl. bIt. 4 ,0 of
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: MODEL Eist. il.t ilay of .' I will Martin County, Florida upon recent
doty. I.h.rh t'ypooi.. Soilti ROD AND GUN CLUB to Iho .b.u.v., 118. W COon apply ... 'proof of publliatlon of t 10 I. nolt.. lb.

55 tiOsWI.t IuItoyj. m"to. He..n.'i. Lot 8. m..k U. l'OIOT SFWAILI. ([- Judir uf. Martin Conn', '. Florida. "... .0.w'l' :
oiinty )
MEETS TOMORROW r"rlUIr
5 n"b III. Lut'it, 0/4 YOURS AT HOTlNC.under .
.n GET STUART NEWSOFFICE JENSEN COMPANY
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: l..hdh,00 .r p..1 .r 1.0' 2. for approvnl, of laid hlnal H.por. and
lob. I The Rod and Gun club will meet Nil ., (" .n'' .in PlO S. (Tnr Hnnl( IUachar ... th. which I Mm entcaged In bu.l,...
- I' (' Will' '. .1.0 It Jenivn ... Morihi( 5 that the narlyIntenatod "
JJIj. ooc'lInd.. I"or 1' 5 M. H 0" TOoiohiI' of 11-nry Wlnfl.ld Com. ) /
ER'. G..n.t- ...n"ln... 1I..n".r.on.on.tlnn.., motor.1'.1..01 at 8 p. m. Friday at the court STUART NEWS BM 1.'h. HonlP U bIll knnwn' a* lli-nry, W lomvKyi,,ilrrranidIhU >all l bilalneir aa fol.luw .

b C-n ": ..." .t :'v; house for the purpose of reor- SUPPLY DEPARTMENT N.or., In which a..>airdl OTTO Illlh : lMtriY8 January. AD;h'toUIl'r, 1411 I FDWAltD PERELI

ganization. All members are ask- MAIOllbEk FU'. U. CASHON W K. C, t ITT MAN. < Wir.l Cme
A I.e OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. I" ..$. *'..'..llv.ly' yJ" .". four b.lg. 3.i.rn ll.n, 'I"rld.

c box inn 0'.)..II. i-.aam.abl.. taparlly.Jlllun .. ed to b present. ot asiA rop.ity balm U tb. U. I I 14. 0944. Jon IT. 14, II. fob 7.11 .

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I YORKER ACCEPTSCHAIRMANSHIP MORE ,\BOtr 'lull:(. titOLf la ,', t'' >t ; I i. f.llb! "I L Y R ,r
Mrs Thorn I I UMm NEW 1\: (I ALSO the pupation MU.)>nu'I' held a1. :avi
POSTAL SAVINGS OF Hide.Kaln ,." '01 ,
l I R.. Paul 8c,.ikiurtVid r' 1 l. RED CROSS DRIVE Scouts To Take SPANISH CHORUS "de I 3 Kids in Mr, Muwu .. 1, 1 ,..1 I II "
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1- .E.Ifa11'a; PointIIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMMMIMIMIII !LsS accepted the national( chairmanship nklids uu invited to seeill muni Fiidav-Baturdav mile
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,1:1, ':t:: -.1- lu >t Forhe .
4 im o.feat>irecci _.....
if the 1846 Red Cross mother t '"
branches of : :
'olllnll In action : Irausportprune -.. .... PROGRAM
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S342.481JAN31 Fund\ cfnpalgn: to raise 100 mill alit be held at 6:30: p. m. Tucs- their entertain. 1 \ young In heart comes:( I.th "-ill ::
to make\ Ovei 21" THIS \Wroe
,1.n l dollars for organization("> 12 the sensation \
da>, Feb. at Log Cabin outside ) AWARE ?
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11\(111.11 1< i 1 loops Cucurltand "er
J runt\ ( Charles U
WHY DODGE throughout the world : Dunn. R ,
slues: Boy scouts sea scouu and cubs the conthx..I.< \ ,! t' i,ted State )Irene The t ,'Ic: o uuiuumnt aav,,vha
Increase Six during the next 12 months. will the evening : Alexander Knox '
Sale stage program In
i YOUR PAINTING Stamps The pre)I.d ii i,. \if be t-Uen 21 Per Cent Over 12-Month Gibson U president of the with A. P. Patterson, district exerutle Slua:t induct' .i group ol t hree: thing girls user bi Kip .' ;' ''FRIDAY-SATl al
Periodp Manufacturers Trust com pan)' ofNew ( of West Palm Beach as t tell: ,, AtiO: uiuetCauoi ., '; \ '
and
k When it i I. possible for >'011.t York From August\. 1942 meted numb l in English: the law with roaring t tSu-.un FEBRLARerlWE ;:
of honor I I
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/ to have it done in the right I guest Spanish ,1 i L: ,in ol Indigenoust Trail! Aclrec;( : '. ; ;
s .: .. ;It the Stuart to April, 1943 he served as Red i week action in Oregon !
.t t. ,1 aga The committee on scout : k', Large Double
.t way at t the right price, t -, and :I.( !Ik i melodies: : of Puerto '" ann! !!einl:: : A.1 & R'' s pLAgGtStANDi '
: c' P.'. ,,:, a;..tirrt high with Cross Commissioner for GreatBritain observance Includes Dr A. C Rico "m' iciompinled b>' 'Old Olor) i Cartoon" t J ,
JACK DODGEr and Western Europe: in Carrie! Arnold Bauer H C. !e! of 1 Black ArrowsumiivMonday ;,. p 1 rC'o : '1't L 'I Featur, (' M1uid--
.. t ti. if, 5342,*81 T of Jan 31 the myths: numents\ of the J. :. :J
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theatre he contributed Fib i 111L'Lm'e i _, ,
.\ Lit & DECORATOR which Beckman Hubert Clements D : nan
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:"4o With: bank deposits and Island); i It III: "liP of( old Spanishmilcdes ; I
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'' greatly to the outstanding accomplishments B Brain and Russell Wile\ fl'ol1I\ I ( calks In whei B.I'I.I: : :? ; r rr r.:'O- :r'4. i..,. I:>
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"nepopuliII' 'onfci '
Rot 687 Stuart :.,. .el1t: bond purchues' of the Red! Cross I and Dtnn.* V I..', .,'.11 .. I I.'he I
\ I five' o; s i 1" (i'i,intries." of South\ I StannvcK .. .t I' 'OU5 01" I ', ,ids
record. the the ,, -- ------- ...t:: o"' .
J IIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIMIMHIIDocks .' inn( ill past accepting new rcsponsJbllltj :.0-star in Warner Ci1 ( y I CAI""J-R. D
... '. he aid. Although the I AinnlcTl I ..' n tJ. ',,. ANI.l:1, : 'tV p1Merl
\ ; .1\ nice deponiu serve as an. ) WOMNlILllll: e 2b;:;; >.,,' .III L J1l'\: and women I II 1:1: Connecticut: I If \ ,, :J' :
I war Is over for most of us the with, taptt.t r: : tK I I ,
of the : 1:1'1"111'\1.: | CIIIUCII MM ; 64'I Romance a fc
):her: barometer\ unpre- | have b, ( (ilc' ul\ trout the l ;t"t

\ Seawalls ( icU':.\od\ :nanclal proaprtt( InK responsibilities\ : of the Red Cross i i I who t'nusn-i> >i i t t Ill' entice Masa I II 1$ ir ,'::iI :-:y\;I C...% U' t tp
continue In serving the million\ ,.:' ; .
8t. of the I I'' 1 ( \ ;
Mary Chapter Epis
:::1 -witty of our boys who remain In the I Choral! (i at t tpoi:\ J: tcehnlc In San cliy-Wednf.cli\ < ; : ; I I\( ..
I Auxiliary met at and ?\l Ic ..' t .
copltl'oman's
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I Oinm(\' F I Th( chorus > 1': Oill'COOpt'I' ,
Boat HousesAll Ti.1 total. on dfioplt Jan 31.1 aimed fa:ccs! at home and I i "
the Parish House Monday after l'astl.:i ;; i' :
dire d 1)1 f '!\u'd( L. Heth n :cad a Ur : -- : ;
1.44; A.i.. $18*.MO and in MJibed abroad. the sick, the injured in noon ut 2.30, The Rev. Richard lr..du.I[ ,t., .""H'' I""m'r Instiurtoiof (xn d the Lad" Tn:.' _.. .1.

...1' ,,: to 1341,Ul. | hospitals and the veterans and M Fenton gave a talk on tin' i W"I.d'I'i, (1.1)11'' College of ,,iirantee' a load( I I : : : jI

Types Of Marine "'. :lP "ilc- at the post office their (families riving to readjust i I nation-wide drive now underway Pilntii, S.J I 511.>!: Olive Schwei .Added: Musical f J. T i 1' I. I till

I ConstructionIVAN ..:; k: d 1 t't: :nuunt during the In addition themselves the to basic civilian services life ID the Episcopal Church to I !/ei H. d.i I J". vile md aeon- I Fox! NeNext :>, I : I / (

.' :.' .1:' .:i lI ping from U.639,'71 t mast be' maintained to meetpeacetime provide ti Reconstruction' ) and i cert art\,, I ,tel'1 !. ttnely. ) to the ,, Thursday GV: 'i 1 lU tI,

Advance Fund for restoring vtai- : pr'Jlll'amIh( : piano! numbers 14 Auoihf doubt( : ,' ton
TAYLOR the needs The
31 1 l45( to IU5U7 for campaigngoal
destroyed Missions and disrupted The eh n ii i. -In:1, :l Its numbeJ'I I rluiing Pentltoi'c H toN
.. .. ,! ,.I.:1l.:! increase of 100 million dollar represents OVEr!;.
>i- \ear an Christian work Others present Morris.president .
P. O Box 474 a eapM: Dr J\I\'h S smelt a romai'' ,
,\ )ic" coin minimum requirementsand were Mrs. R. A. Tunle: Mrs,, ., IeI
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I (determined. after I : ]\ 'OJ: I..I' ulltuK acv tllns' i i 1\Iu;\ a mi\:-': I. Men
was i
upon Horace Atwood,, Mrs R H. 1 tJ. the lourSAUIIMI ..... ,
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call f il budgeting\ ind by) lie app ::4
Knapp] Mrs Stanley KltclllnnMi [ ,', mdi
: i:.canon i (of,i a 11:.c: put t of the ALSO Foil Island v ,
LEEK : Hattie Rue. Mrs James P ,," (1.1 I I t",liI'U! luill Jerome ('U'.I... diDIr
GRANT ,. n.\l1
: fund.1'I 1 0: ClCHURCHES .r tgIDlORIdG0
Buincttc Miss Matilda Fenton 11 I I
I Pt'TUNS! .md 1 :Mrs 8 E DunnIIIHtlNLS lf ..
REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICEOld lily; i In which( death I Id.uk
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FOR ASSEMBLIES
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rl II I i hold their monthly covereddishippc 0 MiDi J ..., ;1 H', New Yoil: 1 tutu ARE FGED: =Ili.ea.Ir.' :' : 2J

( See Ul For I : and business meeting utth Hobi SOI'tI, Ih'ent out Friday -

SALES t' 4 Florida Chain Of Missionary ,. Pailsh House Monday Fcb- \\t'! ''. stir'1 1 Jack( Vhltlc; i ion help ire1 I -d.tionlo SERIAL'l
insufficient ;
I & '-._-_ (: J: -.e-a ., Repairs and I Assemblies Begins In West iuullth m ( ul 6:30: p. m The ih< ',j .' {n her i rnunbri Due to

(-= f IKIGFDAIRE I I. S-= :! Palm Beach, Feb 13 Chapter I is sponsoring a Oamrs of th IJ' 1',1. S.IIIWood.( ( beyond our control CHAP: i H( \me

SERVICE ::Lilr.1...;.' ."T. Parh I Party at the Woman Club, 1 rlduf '" \I :"s Y..k. 'Jnhn" i S th
: __ H II,,:lei"I i 1 liurrhos hav( ( united :
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Wednesday, February 13th ut Woocllj t-I i ('num. .l1d

I In y!pinsoiini, till Chain uf I 8,00 p m. with Mrs C. M. llo Mrs: S.'u', J p cur of Hobr1 TO CLOSE "BLA

ARNOLD BAUERSt. :Mmioiiim! Assemblies which ; min and Miss. Matilda Fen ton o1l1H1; 'J.1 .. .: ibil: !i'. ""uli. I bl

Lucie Boulevard Phone 142.W minister arc proclaimum us one'' in charge of uirangementsCIVIC cauUH .,,11'1 I rte;' aged ;i atlif( :sh | DURING THE HOURS OF 6:30: A, .". I i i'. M ..D.

of the most Important. l steps In Io-p( : J I'I''J'i' i IInri Jaiiw, Bas 1 1ol

Christian unity and education ,I -- V'.v Y'X: 11.'h:IU with CiplJi BUT WILt.. BE OPEN FROM "lOG: i I', : 'M 1 \. M 'A R R IIbbd:.
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Residents: in this area ,will attend .
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AGENCIES IN n Po..h Il on tb \ WE WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE i Ill. Y r OOD rocerq
the meetings to be held in
I ( out .diet button PI.cr:
YOU NEED NEW TRACTORSAND NEW FISHING GUIDE sere
the First Baptist: church in West : :ur 6.4 .. .,:,c! El i J. .i --& STEAKS: CHOPS SEA f FO ', ) ..ill l--
TRUCK TIRES'V Palm Beach lot three tit 's. beginning
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Jc n'cn i Beach( : Business; :Mei; > JUKI! J SUNDA -"IC ;
\ '. carry a large mock in our store in Ft. Pierce Feb 13] REGULAR DINNER: tae:

and have nearl>' all sizes, If we don't t have them, Out-t andll\1I speakers on the :\ ,u'laLolal'lIn: : ConnCommls I) t y rEDRl{' lae
...i .. Jensen Bridge D--
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we'll get them for )'OU.o'e represent several Manufacturers program are Dr. Oalther P
So for Our NSnrfield whose will be trlct: and! the City of Sl1al'\ '4 rJ'nat'O/"iiJi TyD
see us prompt tervice prices subject i
this'k apPl'ov'd adveitl i '
arc Right Behind the Veil in Poland, representation; in the 1947 f'1': ,r FOPiEF, K! St. Lucie CriD 111 s ('nSatrona.< //row, '

Di Francis W. Blush who111 .iik! Ouide 111)be,nu prC'pal';( (, f : \ tI \ am
Humphries Tire & Appliance Co. talk on his prison expedience in I eI\RI'\
:or tl:( )
the Philippines-] T Z Koo. )pie---- i I :., J JI Cotton Prop 1111T1i) I I qt\.ti\f '
"oild Christian Student Fedetatlon ,
Phone 139 Ft Pierce, Fla .. 1"0
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__ OIKU( Dr Frank C. Lau- MOKI: .\noiiJensen ( I, ,. .....-.. --..("...
u bach \t\o hat sUnp.cfled more
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\ than 80 !1lIwunle, ( ::0 be taught Guests t tI

to 11IIIc'ltte.11.: : .... !M:'igaielApplpgartl i (
(ontiiuied I from, Taxe (One I 'JWr4I
] noted writer, Dr. \ln
Enjoy The FinestFOODSCOCKTAILS I burn T Thomas( ; "C':" We Live 8OOOOTRPSr : dot
hostess, 1st, :
till aaei nthe
I I With ,!lapan md Dr. Emu; camp iijt[
food The'
I Ross \ho wi'l bring un ejcwltcs. ) arrangement
; < diiinittce for the ill lair was '
alt- > accouron colonization J J in I ;; the
IAl I Ilea rntl other iintrics, in headed by Joseph) :\1.11:1',i:. 01: P aI .. (
i ( which >ie 1 1:11.-: been stationed Boston Hi- !I"I.-t'I1t.i t : .,:..( .I.r, : r: ; .; ; A, u
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'In'lilw'.1'(1' ( Dr.1: :' M I-: ,_ .
COURSON. KICKLITER 1.Sill., (' J")hII,. Ptri.1:I ; H.1.' : U'.i, e

AT THE i TELl OF DUTIES \tei( Ed'n:i :\1"' ,.. .... I II'IJllilllIIIIIIIII .' : lrT

AT JENSEN BEACH ,.:(' ('1...) ; ., ,J,,, .: T, ',' .. .(. (..U
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A C. Cum( sun) 1'01111ax: .I-- ,; ,. ...tJNOI1

Blue Goose I! scssoi' and L L, 1 Klckl:tei' l t.I t.-tI 'Uf' 1)\0
I I collector, told mmbcis el! J"-" : : ! !11111111111111111IIt / 'D
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1 I sen Beach Business Mm( A,. if-
sociitloii, Mundanlgln ib'rit t ( n.. =41 r ,., HI-1 :+4I' f' -1'.I J I ',' ,
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details of tin tax set.up in M.I-, V ( E a E. Sh
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I Specializing in Cliickrn in the Ra ket" and Delicious tin county LIFE WOULDST' (BE. / .4
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\ I! ,'. Wettcrn Steaks.I The Bbiits.soi' has nothliu I" WORTH LIVING I ItVER'I1r4lIiG IF .

I '/ do with dctei mining fie 1111\OIliJI i CAMECHRISTOPHER h' ,' j ''S Novnn: ,

I of your taxes," said Cum <"n ,: ;,' ....,.." ...: .:'..; "!-fOLLYWCOD a/1/
EA
; His principal duty Is to ,'ip- ; s. ';' ;\" ,.'. ar
I I Bar Store GrillDOGRACING ;
Package ,. tio( 'tmlB% tdv
praise the value of the property :" t
) : I "- \ FOX NE'1o'
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on which the tax Is levied! b\ $ "" : -
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the county commission all,1,1 1' ._ {::

I school board. '\ 'V" ';,(t.: ,.... i!: .? TUESDAYW":
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Klckll'cr ifunud the 9rHII' ) W ,
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that 80 per cent ol Martin ""UUII-i ity 1 '.II ... 'of..' '. FEBRUARY-
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'.s taxes hal! bici paid In Nol'mbt'1' \ 2i ,," 'I -' ''"- 1

to take advantage o: the '.. I. "J ; GARY COOn''
4 cent discount One tin d -lr. \ '
1 ixr( : ') MERLE OBE'nrr

of Martin (')Ul1tj' |pruperty holder ,,' 1 ,; :; --t. : .

,., live out-:ck' the county hl, .." In et
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World's Fastest Greyhounds I said Some fO oOO I is saved 1 b\ \
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persons tak i advantage of dh' ,,, --
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'n t Coo. I"" 1'" .u"aU"d .
I'' counts fur curly payment, h( '01'.", 'u..,, 'II' ,"I.- !lu.d.,, Ili' CIIRPlorHEe 80,000( tunes around the"norld-2 billion nlilcs.That's distancC"F "THE C0|'
I the
t declared .rt.ECrRIC HOP but I :
In Action Nightly I A .het.. 110, '" I 10 k... 01 i ."I "" ..'IInrt
t (OinmitKc\ was appointed tlJ civilian trucks
( EXCEPT SUNDAYS) I look ml, thr millC1': of county I whr'h.e...e .W... und. ,e..h .I" Irl1I. t.".": and buses traul: c.cry: year on Sinclair Lubr.c. uits. and '
dl.I (
( 'o
aid lor .stint I h':hts at Jensn 1 I : ,:, :::: ;, ,:;,n"rd..r'IIlilllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllll::; :; : : ::;, : Truck and'bus-opcMtors'sclccfSinclair'

Bead( ), und th rU\l\ip) writ Ill i imoid Lubricant IHC.USCl .

I u, Ial.I11LC l i c I'Ul1t' )' i S..peratlon ,I, { l THE LAVA

i NOW UNDERWAY! with ,t dicdsln pioji] I they> can he: counted on to save 'carandlKlpprcNcntbrc: ...J..Juwns, .I

at Jensen Brut I h which auuld.\ ; MUSICAl,
.m the tough | of )
eliminate inosq ut\'a 11 suuini i ,, grind hard war dut Snchr, Lubricants "FUN TIM
of the. .
DAILY DOUBLE 2ND AND 3RD RACES area :
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Nine Quiniela races safeguard fl" ts of truck ,and hu ,c, ,arc FOX NEil


( I NO MINORS .ADMITTED, > J Repair and Fix Up! ;sold h>' your Sincla.r. Dealer to protect jour 'ar. : TI IURSDd

-I So see jour Sinclair Dealer y
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ALL RACING UNDER STATE RACING COMMIS. and let him lubricate, : 1'WO LARGE FE

SION SUPERVISION Materials Are Still Very 'jour car regularly. 1 Feature N(

I l' Scarce But We Will Be Glad to'save wear and breakdowns. *
'PENTHORHYlii-
I ah lr Ta: Help You Out With What Stop where jou'sce the Sinclair H.C I
Gasoline
Materials We Have On sign. 1

PALM BEACH I Hand, tA

( ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR B

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. 1, THE STUART NEWS, MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 1945. rAGE NINE ''I


Rm..7aving: );'"and Spending case to save a. friend's-face is participating in the univer- parsley, salt paprika and a ten or fifteen minutes, depending Diluted canned milk may- -be 1 teaspoon vinegar and ", (teaspoon I j

rJi That Is not law and justice; thatis sally popular sport-fishing. little sugar. on the thickness of the used. '
dry mus'nid(] Mix t'"
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*' STUARTand
, v NE )wh/> examines his plain out and out partiality. Aside from the fun think of Put tomatoes In a sauce pan slices. When baked to a deflj( Tartar Sauce for Broiled Fish chopped pickles capers. ,md!
. All 1 i thought may be surprised
'/ to note the amount of men- What it NeedsBy There are some who have faced the delicious fish being servedby and season with salt, pepper and golden brown remove from pan 1 cup mayonnaise I' onion Juice with mayonnaise
mileage devoted to saving end the laws and taken their pun- homemakers. just a little sugar. Add spices to a hot platter garnish with Va teaspoon lemon Juice : Chill until very cold Serves six
tA[ landing as related to 'meeting the KENNETH STIMMELL: : and let simmer 30 minutes. Re- parsley and serve with tartar 2 tablespoons cucumber pickle! to eight people I
I''nan: need. In fact, :: ... ishment. There are a few others There are numerous ways of sauce. This 1
many mor- ..,......., ... .... move from fire and add chopped method saves fat tablespoon capers. I For other recipes for fish
i to ..". -tlSh'fY y who have not been punished for
U'f seem on a perpetual be
i \'venation I carry with themselves the offense. cooking fish but it must keptIn pimento Let simmer until fishIs and labor and gives a better' result Use a sour mayonnaise or add cookery. call at the office of the
is JUSTICE: DANIEL WEBSTER, same mind that fish Is to the ''
_ ."'hat they shall spend and what a protein ready.In one cup mayonnaise about Home Demonstration Agent
V shall not spend, how much once said "the law is made to food. Fundamental principlesIn a frying pan, heat 1-3 cup
sATir shall save and how much protect the Innocent by punIshing protein cookery should be cooking oil, add garlic and onion.
1 l AR\re wish they could save the guilty". Punishmentfor MANY HOME OWNERS adhered to In the process. Cook Cook until soft but do not brown

\e you someone implying may that Interpose saving: guilt fulfills a law of man HAVE NOT YET FILED fish just long enough to developthe (This is best done by coveringpan REAL PORTRAIT SERVICEIN

a\t\\ spending are not worthy of and for that reason laws are EXEMPTION REQUESTSMany flavor and make it possibleto with close fitting cover),
islderable thought and etlent made. The guilty should be pun- flake the fish easily with a Add this to tomatoes, and if
" '+( Surely these are Important ished It a law is broken and : home owners have not fork. It should be tender but mixture is too thin slow to simmer THE COMMUNITY

nan eful activities consideration.and should" have I I justice should discard party, yet filed application for home- moist. until thick as catsup.

''.Tie problem of meeting human friendship, and kindred. It a stead tax exemption for the For ease in serving, bake fish After the fish Is cleaned boned
./ids certainly merits careful, man breaks a law whether rich year 1948 it was stated today at In an oven glass platter whenever and skinned, cut in serviceable CHILDREN A SPECIALTYTONING
n pray.rrulthougbt, but never 01 poor high or low he shouldbe the office of County Tax As- possible and take it to the pieces (about 5 to pound i
(here reason for fearful or aoxa punished.. Because a man sessor A. C. Courson. table piping hot. sprinkle with salt and cook on AND TINTINGATTRACTIVE
thought taking. It is linport Is well known in a communityIs Application for such exemption Leftover fish may be us.ed to both sides in the remainder of

to the happiness human to need understandt is met no reason for his being shown must be filed each year, good advantage in many dishes. oil until a light brown. Add
-ough, spiritual understanding, special favors by a court of justice even though granted for the pre- Stews are popular for picnics in lemon Juice and parsley to tomato PRICESALSO
Joutfh, Intelligent faith In God, If this be done then all ceding year, and cannot be allowed the south and especially In! Flor- mixture. Add fish and let
CjUjJier than through mere money- men are entitled to the same for either the county or simmer In aluminum kettle
|(Miking I' and spending or human justice and laws are of no good city unless filed anew. Application ida.Try the following recipes and where It will not burn This

iyLJinning TJKus ,however detailed. Christ for the rich or the poor. IM- need no longer be filed with let iu know how well you like may be served immediately or
. gave the perfect rule forVfOTeUng
human needs when he163rd PARTIALITY Is the life of jus- the city if allowed by the county. them: canned for future use. PHOTO FINISHINGFILMS
l (Matthew 6:33): ), "Seek >'eZUtfat tice and upon this basis of Impartiality I Forms and help In making Florida Fish Stew Oven Cooked Fresh FishA
the kingdom of God, and his the foundation of good them out are available at the 2 Ibs dry meated fish (weigh ( quick method and a great
teousness; and all these tilings1f government, stands. tax assessor's office and the matter after cleaned, skinned, boned Improvement over frying) SUPPLIES
! 11 be added unto you." Heer in Stuart our written should be given attention at and cut Into pieces) Cut the fish into portions size "HAVE YOUR FISHING PARTY
If FICHU set an example of lovingI PHOTOGRAPHED"TROPICAL
compassionate meeting of laws ale just like spider webs. once, it was emphasized. 1 qt. canned tomatoes or six pieces after removing the bone

/than needs, yet how little is said The small and feeble can be large fresh ones. and skin. Prepare a shallow
the Gospels about saving and caught and punished. The rich 2-3 cup cooking oil bowl of salted milk (HH teaspoon
inding. On one occasion, after and mighty force their way 2 cloves garlic, finely sliced. salt to one cup milk) and some PHOTO SHOP
'f ding a multitude, the Master through them. No man or wom- HomeDemonstration 2 medium onions minced. finely sifted bread crumbs Dip
'tommended$ that the fragments an is better than the laws but 2 tablespoons ripe| pimentosor the fish first Into the salted
loaves be
and fishes gathered
*:3 order that nothing should bejjj this does not seem to be the sweet pepper' chopped. milk and then into crumbs. KRUEGER BUILDING
t. Here was an example of case here. Why should the NotesBy 1 tablespoon mixed spices. Place in a greased pan and
fm' ift worthy of emulation in the court fine and restrict some 1 tablespoon lemon juice or spi inkle a little melted shorter- NEXT TO WESTERN UNION OFFICE
tL;kalrs of families and of nations. while others, due to their con- :MISS LL'CILE INSCOE good vinegar. Ing 01 oil over the surface and
-M Jesus' words' and works there nections and so called civic 1 tablespoon finely chopped bake in a very quick oven for .- -
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sen YS never an instance of fearful
." ught taking for the humand prestige be allowed to go scot The people In Stuart are fish- I '
free? Of what value is minded at this
never a hint of selfish or a police- season. Winter
jughtlcM spending. He vas man if the judge overrules his guests are here and everybody
, and knew" that man's need
I' I" met through conscious: unity i HOLLAND FILES FOR SENATOR RACE

th God, his divine source.

A fhe!her of belief saving that or of good spending comes is

I l basic error underlying limita- More Headaches for the FarmerOnce
,m. God the author of all good
stanUY blesses His cluldren.tod .
O is always at hand and is not
be bad through spending cr
rough saving money or bodily
ergy or any material comtxlity. ,
( We may well spend ,,
.\urghteous effort in gaining an
iderstanding of God and like. j. iiiK
ti'\ ise we may well save, untouched A. 1 1I more the farmer h being asked to break all food e wage rise which if applied throughout the industry
f fthe world, our natural heritage I I7f. i
purity childlikeness, and grace production record To plow more acres, feed more live'old amount to 13:>,000,000.
. place I both saving and
/T/iendingln/ / ;I in the spiritually mental stock and harvest more crops than ever before. lIe is: be-
aim and open the way for a

.. er. sense of supply and freettn. I .ra., w l lo ing asked to do this so that America may continue to feed Steel workers are already among; the highest paid wage-
' 1 I IiS / sY
Foolish spending and fearful I and clothe the needy throughout the world, as well as our earners in America. Before the strike their average earnings
< ,piag.b Ui?.evidence the belief
, flat. matter Is substance and that j own folks at home were approximately $1.16 an hour, $9.26 a day and
Jw'pply' it material instead S
' of
irJtuaJ. Since Spirit is ever- I A d $46.32 a week on a forty-hour week. The U. S. Steel

,/"esent substance\, the proverbial P1+ about
offer would have given them $1.31 an hour, $10.46
dny day can never come. One "
Ight better save for a sunny day I # : To carry out this: job the farmer must have tools of pl'c'a day and $52.32 a week. Cut they refuse it, and accused
.
jui for a rainy
< one. I I 4d ; I. ___s_____ duction. Most of those he owns have taken a terrific beat
'& Wisdom In the use of what we the steel industry of conspiring to ruin the union with an
fbive is essential to progress. Mary :,=I a ing. They can't be tied together much longer with rusty
\iaker Eddy writes "Miscellane- offered wage increase of $25 a month, the highest increase

*u Writings" (p. 288)), "Wisdom I fence wire. in the industry's history
|I"e human action begins with what
a._ nearest right under the cir- "Pictured above former Governor Spessanl L. Holland: Is shown

I,Jffiinstances, and" thence achieves '' with Secretary of State It. A. Gray, as he qualified in Gray's
I a absolute. It is certainlY'
fftarer right to save money for office In Tallahassee as a candidate for the office of United In the teeth of this situation, the farmer ran into a strike The strike! is a direct violation of the contract between
J f lunanitarian effort than to spend Stales Senator from Florida, subject to the action of the demo-
I'olishly on things not needed. cratic primaries in :May Up to the present time no other candidate in the steel industry-a strike which hit at the heart of food the union and the steel companies The union wanted a long-
owever the highest wisdom ii I has qualified for the off ce."
instantly to seek a higher under. ---'-- production. term contract and got it. The union agreed not to rtrikiduring -
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, fading of God and daily to demccutrate I
(. r that understanding ; the life of the contract. Vet the union struck on

gher and holier lives. Living
21.Fighting.
. ose to God we minimize the de- January
ands of materiality and increase When the steel plants shut down, manufacturers of

IT Joyous demands on divine. You LENT waYNm illwraeaoe, ie farm machinery and equipment, farm trucks and tractors for of Life
:-| ')Ye for sustenance. Those den I FIFTY DO ARafS'SNNNM y a Way
, .ands are met. Says t the apostle WHY HE S PLANNING 1 STUART
) : KNOW it i/ cannot get steel for their products.
ames 1:17): ), "Every good gift t ON ELOPINO WITH ''Tl )
FEED STORE
id every perfect gift Is from You oAUaNTeaf Farmers have a big itake in continuous steel produc-
NEVtove\< and Cometh down from the '
. ather) of lights, with whom is no AND rte HfcVB CUARANTiEP THS ADVANTA6IOf tion. They have an opportunity to say what they think
'Sriableness, neither shadow ol SATISFACTION FOR This year the farmer won't receive as many of the
l'Er;'1 :."-Tht Chilitlan'onitor. / b'olenos CUSTOMERSKENNY replacements he desperately needs. He'll)) fight ahead with about unchecked labor monopolies which bring to a stop

{tY-. his old, broken machinery trying to crack another foodproduction the nation' recovery efforts, through excessive wage demands -
record, but the cards are stacked against him.
' 'Gondolas the characteristic00nveyances .t which could only add to inflation and cause soaring
on the canals ofgimiCe'are
> '' flat-bottomed boats prices. .,
, [ LEON and JACK, three lads with happy
me 30 feet long by four or five faces will All)) this means more ''headaches for the farmer loss
always serve promptly and cater to
you
et wide; curving out of the wa-
r at the end your graces. of vital food production and a bad dent in his pocketbook.
:Not until enough of them protest unfair dictatorial
r
rd SIXTY SMILES AN HOUR SERVICE Facts Too Frequently Omitted actions and urge proper safeguards against arrogant, heed-

\ litEDOH less union leadership and one-sided labor laws will the
d ,. O.SE

.plt J'A' Your Credit Card is HereA The steel strike was called by the United Steelworkers country get back to sane, profitable production whereof

\ s America CIO, which insists on a wage increase totaleveryono works together toward a better standard of
; Good Credit is Like Money in the Bank
Ing $166,000,000. The U. S. Steel Corporation has offered living

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tII; THE STt'.tRT SEWS, :MARTIN COCVTT. FLORID. Till'RiDAl',, FfBRt".%R1 7, J4.! :MRS\ TRACY MARTYN Socktx Ld

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the WEEK IN STUART '.*, office before TELEPHONE noon on 300\\fclm
SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of


McPher- I Lt. IJE! ,i Lee C
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Mr and Mrs Boyne
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HVhlW :Mr and Mrs Charles DJgan Road, St. LucieEstates Las spent a w ci ,;
MRS BETTLES ENTERTAINS: I i Mr and Mrs. Nelson son of Hibiscus
CL.SsIET: arrived
R1I1TI1M 8.XD'ILL FRIENDSHIP canandalgua, N, Y., their house and ,,
'SR\1I HICKS CIRCLE of Winded, are guests at the of have a* Cozart son r
Give HerA PLAY AT CONFERENCE \r ( iiincn I where they expect Monday to spend a week visiting sister, Miss Emma Mi
The Fr; The Rhvthn: Band will playat Sap': t d. rch held its monthlymectna ''Baptist church was entertainedat to spend February and March Mr. Dugans M '. Moll/ on 8t LucieBoule'ard. Lukert\ and Mrs, Fred of E Taylor Is }lea':
and :
Beautiful the Educational Conference ; :jdlng-! a covered dish tea Tuesda by Mrs. \\HUam In expressing their delight over I !Moilche and O B Myilck for PhiledelphH

!meting which will be held In supper Friday night in the I Settles at her home in Tangle- the Florida weather they showed I Brooklyn N Y Is based In the \;
tl wood t."est Palm Beach. a clipping from their home e- I -
which beautifully -
all ex wa
1 the high( school auditorium church am j e
Include decorated In the St Valent i 1 Her charming home was attractively town paper stating Because :Mrs Charles RobwU w'ho has M: and Mrs. T C. Wilkes Jr.. Dr. and Mrs S -
day tomorrow Member with snow-clogged highways make! her parents. Mr of West Palm
;nt motl"e. Mr. Herman- decorated a profusionof been vuiting and children her sister arrived
) Sandra Davey. Nancy Morrison, Re.u the president opened the flowers, which included gladiolas travel difficult Savoy school and Mrs Harris Lowery arriving Beach were weekend guests of Brooklyn to sps'i

Joan Blackstone Nancy King bu .r.e's meeting and many mat- pink and yellow hibiscus, children today began their annual for the holidays, has returned his mother Mrs T C Wilkes the Atlantic CmfOR :

ft / Johnny Nixon Allen Baker Euli'iw ter' were taken care of Mrs. orange and yellow marigolds and two-month winter vacatlon'j to her home In Atlanta of the Oreyhound on Camden I

Scott Lynn Tucker,, Shirley Ronnic: Cr 'i gave a very In- red rose They make up the a Avenue II I
I I After short business meeting July and August\ '
a to' e INFV
Goodman Dan Wilson Bett; 'IJ\rU\ ; devotional Later asocial Chaster Crews ha returned -
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ho\.r was enjoyed b\ thehdow Miss Ruth Lewis of Vineland schools temaln open. wall the Averett,
\ Clarence
I Johnson Carolyn Pirtle, Anna I the V 1 8 after serving I Sgt, and Mrs
I KEEPSAKE f 1; ina! :Mr. Lydia Reitz. Mrs. N. J, gave a most Interesting -- Arrrn in Europe who have been the guests of his ALFAR IV

Wall. Benjamin Stewart Lee I Flo Tillirai Mr. Sara K. Cross. talk on the years she spent Mr. and Mr. Bernhardt. Paul -a- brother-in-law and sister Mr

Biotk James Burnslde Albert :Mrs Emily ODty. VCr*. Man among the Arizona Indians, Mr. Kirby and Paul Castor arrivedWednesday and Mrs. Fov Scott have returned The Beat: Mum,
Diamond RingThe Enr;gley. )
I RoweD, Ralph Jamison OwenciujuiSvfret Mr Dorothy Anderson Mrs An- La Porte Ind., the summer homeof Ohio to vast Mr. and Mrs, Con to Dade City Sunday wI I BUY Bl(

Lo Camp- drea Plran.;; : Mrs. Marjorie Mrs Ecttlesc was present. Albracht at Comango their homeon take their son. Danny and BobbyDiamond who came
Not Mary >ce Mr, Leon F Ashley
Gift That Does Sound back
Mrs Nell Wall, MM Tea and coffee were served froma ., of Hobe Alfar Crea
Kowlar Palm Drive
City last Monday. was
Need To Wait For An bul Emma Ruth Donaldson Baker Mrs Oertrude beautifully appointed table. to It. Leo. after their mid-ternn up from Miami
Lucile! and Sundayof
Occasion :Marilyn Olas Ronald Franker :"Irs Thelma Kllgote t.trs. Red roses in a silver bawl( cen- vacation. the guest Saturday I \\E rr I'\LM: i tI
t berger. Kingslev Smith. Oali Boy tered the table flanked by tall Francis Matthews arrived -S.- Mica* Ida Albnoht of St Lucre Ire ,
lUmlngo
Jut Received New Ship. Blanch Bar: : Mrs Haul Donald : to I, 456
left -fnnlay(
ment Genuine Bri'co Mike Fowler. Nancy Lukens soi :M', J. B. Stewart. VU- blue tapers in antique silver candle Thursday from :\e"'orlc to Mr and :Mrs T H Oreetnsavof Crescent She
Patricia Cousins, Warren holders Fruit cake, white visit his parents Mr and Mr*. New Yok have arrived at )oln Mr Ashley .
ZIPPO LIGHTERS )tors Irene Samler and MaudeBuffington -- -------
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Rice. Vallerie Rains, Dale Hand 1! cake and sal ted nuts were also Allan S Matthews after serving the Pelican Hotel to vacation ,----- -
and Patty a* Lt ''J.I.I j from the Merchants -
Jon Ann Kilgour, I I served Mr. Fred Britten a -

.\ C. & E. \Valkezf Bury: who h the director Mrs. | former resident of Stuart now Marine, to enter college. C. M. 2-c and Mrs. Veroi: i; Electric Service And Repair

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f Harr;, Lomv at the piano will 'T lOKErn CUBOlIOAMZU I living In Lake Worth was among -a- Schenck of Akron Avenue haH

JEWELERS c'on: pan:;: tie band. ) I those present. Miss Mary Shackelford had as had as guests his patent Mr!
St Club wa organized efficient service
I JrJeph' and on
---- -- -. -- I her overnight guest Monday Or and :\Mr. William Cchenck and Offer you prompt
Tuesday: i night by the men of THE IORENZOS HUE and Mrs Roger T J ooe, pastor their son and daughter-in-lai tricul wiring! repairing, and free estimate

;j MATERIALS FOR ALL TYPES OF BUILDING I.St iftuiu Jostph,held Catholic at the church rectory at G IFS TS of the Vine Street Christian Mi and Mrs James cheneck o. once and become another completely satisfurnei .

-t 8 Wen Fjurth Street. The first I Mr. and Mrs Louis J. Lorenzo Church in Nashville Tenn, for Ocean City, N J, ', See our line of appliance New shipm
who recently purchased the the past 22 )'ears. Monday( be
'cui/cff' Monday: / night! of each month was -0- day. We are a* near as your phone.
( ,, beautiful home of Mres David was !guest of Newman Cheek on
Jl> .. ,cued as the regular meeting Mr. and Mr. Clint Taylor of
; A Schaefer In Port Bewail have a fishing trip
," -' I I..::.c and pans: were formulated I Miami Beach were ol'el'nlghtlIue.tI PHONE 308 DEHON BL
Ivr p..A If..nl/JUR as their house guests Mrs. Loren-
: ::0r, future social activities. I' Friday of Mr and Mrs:
zo s mother Mrs Louise R Drew
': < O::: *r' elected: were Rev. Mr. and Mrs Cyril Barger and Conrad Albracht at Comanpo ,
'' of Conn She -------
Bridgeport arrived -
,. son, Buddy of Asheville, N C.
F 'heT J Geary president: Villa, their seildence on PaIn:::
I': :1'- .. J7I'_. !lJfin. E Svl::oka. ice-president andD I| Jan 18 on the Champion are expected Saturday to visit .City Road.
... !Mrs Drew is here on an extended -
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''J.- arfr 't Butcalt,, secretary *ndrcr old III ends in Stuart. I
vIsit of several months. She -0- SAILFISHIN40Foot
:' .-: Imtal: members are .
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with I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Di Maize
"" "e ro 'lOlO yC"" souse wa presented a roundtripticket
F''l! ..e Lrr John J. Mahoney
... Mt) TO tMi., YOYa .0- by her son John F. Drewof Mrs. Sue Parker of South I and son. Lt. DI Mario and Ken-:
f.' Kr.ef" D B Cad .ell, Ben '
Bridgeport While visiting her Whitley Ind. who has been the neth Dl Marco arrived. from DeLuxe Twin Engine! Cruise
II > Charles! A. Porter. J, L. I'
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-- daughter she Is enjoying many guest of her nephew Phil Pence, Fort Montgomery, N. Y.. to visit
p ?> 1 c:\' Ralph Hartman Jr.,
side trips to points of Interest in and Mr. Pence left Tuesday for Mrs Clara Mat Douglas
ENRICHED IT:. n.*, Woods. Joseph E. Maaid I Florida her home. I "ROARING FORTY"St
:. : George ZarnlU i -ate
24 oz, Loaf Mrs Drew stated that she was -a- ''
Mr and Mrs Herbert Hercn
QeprT very favorably Impressed by Recent arrival at the Stuart ,[ and little daughter Donna, of Lune Point, 3 Mile out on 4th 51
12? .\TUS1lOl'RT/ her first sight of Stuart even Hotel Include Mr. and Mrs, 'I
Red Bank, N J,, spent Thurs
.\RRI\'.\LSP from the R. R. station It looked George Kuss of Tudor: Jf YMr .. i I
day In Stuart calling on friends CAPTAIN DAVE MARTIN & SON
r, : arrivals: at the Atlanc. like a very pretty clean littleW'A'n and Mrs. R, A Cornwall of
I enroute to Palm Beach to spend
I R ) :In Apartment Include as compared to many Pittsburgh Pa.. E A. Philips of I I
of M, V Giralda)
CAKE 2 Ibs, 79c the balance of the wInter. Formerly
r,I :Mi, T Amble of Bruce,
: [d.C: otheisshe had seen. on her Washington and Mr and Mrs. I

I -,': :Mad: Mrs R. Ventra ofis. trip from New York she had as William Mays of West Reading. --e- Sheepshead Bay, N Y.

RING 11 oz 21c ) t:,\:I. and :Mr and Mr. N her seat companion another Pa. Waldo Souder and John Laru-

'flUiS, t: 11 cs1-rT -.asssa enesa. :,0. '.' i o: Paterson N J. Brldjreporter who Is visiting in a- I tala of R1d eton, N. J.,. are visitIng Box 1335 Stui

MILKWHITE Stuart which added to the '' their old friend Herbert S
Thcr I Is Nu Better EVAPORATED ------ I enjoyment John Bertolet and son have'

0.11\i{ 1 MIN :. PER PIM Mil .\:\) MRS. SCIIILZtMLRTIN I of her trip arrived from Heading, Pa, to Costaboon

TALL THE EVC.LLSONSM I join his wife, who visiting her -0-

HOUSE 2 CANS 17 c : and Mrs A O Schulz. Mr*. Arthur L. Hamilton has parents Mr and Mrs George!: The Eastern Bur( bingo Fii- \ Yes Sweeter Tastier Bread
.. day night wa attended by more ,
-- I > are occupying! the Steven- letunred to the Victory Hotel Green of Atlanta Avenue
NECTAR-Pekoe, Orange Pekoe 1f:1.s' for the season, have I after three weeks vacation with than 100. The money raised Is

:'t me: talnlng Mr and MisEiukson her husband Sgt., Hamilton whois Arthur
TEAL 34c.14'LB.; 19c L r : for three weeks. stationed In Washington She turned home this morning after Fund }, with FLEISCHN

f.o, returned north also visited her brothers William -- e ...
two in the
: Saturday. serving years Pacific .1
___ _.___ Mrs Kathryn Walsh has .;
I n returned -
\,1' here Mr Engleson land- ,' D Fazenbacker and Sgt including 19 weeks on Peleleau 1k

SUNN YFIELD-Enriched, Plain or Self-Rising! ,t foot 10 inch sailfish and Thomas L. Fazenbaker. of Foit also on Okinawa since last May. : from Palm Beach where l FRESH
:,...::rliitth became a genuine George O Meade Md Mrs. -e- she spent a week visiting Mr.

FLOUR 10 Lb. Bag 51C s. "srt fishing fan If business Hamilton Is entertaining Mrs. Mi and Mrs. Clair B. Simpson and Mrs. Joseph HellrlegclMi \ A171'

,, 1.t> he will return later this Catherine Buismann of Detroit.Mr. 1 and children! Janet and Dan of -. C M '-5-WiUer of Wa.ket'RJewelry : j a .
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'':1'.n oxppction of more fhh.L. Dearborn. Mich., have arrived '
.. .- I. Store went to Miam: /
.
: th'111. They reported ae' and Mrs. F. D Roscoe ot to spend the balance of the sea .

at:USTARD.Tl: ? Fruits and Vegetable. J, .' IO'lIbJtl11/ <' uhile vaca- Greenwich, Ohio, have arrivedto son at the home of their Uncle. business'ecinesdi\. u 'poi ld the rlon.
jar 9c __ '. visit Mrs. Marlon
Ballon FIskat
":1111. 111 Stuart J. H Simpson at 131 West Second -. -
----- her home In Helpatiokee Park. .
w'I\ESAP' Street -.
Mac.ro'm I 'lYo .II lOc APPLES 2 lbs, 23cBEANS' .. -- t, /!
pkg
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Mi and Mrs Wallace Stevens '
__ __ __n I : V '!:. George F. Hi onomtts. )ji.. has st.
and daughters of Hollywood were
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Il FLA. returned to the University of I ACAS -//f. '
'1! 18 OZ can 9c ORANGES, Sib*. 33c dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Miami to continue his studies ,ses r .l'o\t: \"' / .t
I :Ms: Ralph Hartman. Mr. Stevens sea
--- ,fj{ after visiting his parents. G j
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W e1.KLRMEINE FRESH ENGLISH BREAD lather owned the first II(\\'s- I 1SlrS

CHILI PDR. 14c PEAS I' 19c paper in Hollywood.REMEMBER. Foresman :
James of Snug Har-
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WHITE -10 LB BAG
III WHEATIES, 8 oz pkg lie I
McCormick, Mr and Mis Dick made with! Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast
Lundy. and Joseph Masser all
R TZ"CR'X fKERSPKc21c I IN OUR_MEAT_ DEPT from \Vllllamsport. Pa. Mr Ma-I ABSTRACTSTX AND TITLE If sweeter, is lighter, more tender

-- -- se is active in civic work In INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS you boke at home-(;(>t Fleio'hmanns
FAT BACK Willlamsport and a member of tctive fre h feast with the famllJ.1r
Whe.UoVth I SALT PORK. Ib. 19c THAT QUALITY AND the school board TITLE INSURANCE Libel-America's dependable yellow
pkg. 19c SERVICE REMAINS THE yeast( favorite eg.for
FLORIDA over three
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SAME EVERY DAY AT Mrs. Charles unison ABSTRACT d. *
KITCHtN CHARM WAX I 01.D FASHIONED BARREL DILL and son CO. w
PAP.ER. 125 ft. 13c PICKLES, 2 for 13c Richard who have been resi- JIM KE"NEDY
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For CI..nnl I.iI.1 Bowl. Sauerkraut, Ib. 15c October, /
I 1941 are leaving Tuesday STUART. FLORIDA jf
SANIFLUSH ANTHONY'STHE
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FEED $3.80 ; MEAT, lb.-.49c ,
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FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STOREA Mrs. John W. Stoles of White! YOUR

LINEN I7ED FLUFF VARIED Plalnes N. Y, spent Frlda In DOLLAR GOES FARTHEI
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t: THE STUART NEWS, MARTIV COUNTY, FLORIDA, Tilt'ItSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1945, I
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"':"OCIAL NEWS and Happenings cf the WEEK IN STUART New 'items MRS for TRACY this paper MARTYV must, Society reach the Editor newspaper N i

: : olfice' before noon on WednesdayTELEPHONE 'I

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MRS 1IIPSOM HOSTESS MK AND MRS, TRAVIS Mr and Mrs. W. C. Armor of Stanley left
Hitching Fridayfor I Dr. and Mrs A J. L. Moritz Mr and Mrs Dorkey Myers of
MIL AND MRS POMEROY: AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON DINNER HOSTS Elctora Heights have as guests, Melbourne to attend
)EAL TAXISERVICE a meet- of Enka N. C., spent last weekend Lima Ohio havt i rented i a cot-
DINNER HOSTS Mrs H H Hipson entertained Mr. and Mrs Lloyd C. Travis Ernest Eaddy and C James of Ing of the Inland Navigation

Mr. and Mrs. J. R Pomeroy Thursday with the first of a entertained at dinner Wednes- Fort Lauderdale District He also went to the at their' winter villa, Lucinda take: at the Fifch/ h 1 111 Port
Scu'alls
Point
entertained at dinner Sunday, at series of brIdge-luncheons, at her day night at their home on Florida Jupiter Inlet meeting on Sewall lor the M'a". 0.1

their home on St Lucie Circle, home on Rlvcrview Road,Guests :Riverside Drive, St Lucie Estate. Tuesday, as representative of the -e- --- ---- --
Mr, and Mrs. Archie N. Kldd,
having as guests Mrs L. A. Included Mrs Lee P. Terrell, Mrs : Guests included Mr and Mr. St. Lucie River Yacht Club and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fyfe and -
J Jj arrived Saturday from Cleve-
Five Modern Cars To Clark, Mrs. Marlon B. Fisk andE. Paul Hoenshel, Mrs D 8 Hud- William D. Coburn of Fort Lauderdale the Palm Beach Yacht Club son, Jimmy, of Silver Springs,
land to visit his brother Leslie
ve You Day and Night W, Clark son, Mrs. Boyne McPherson and and their house guests, Kldd, and aunt, Mrs. Arthur Wash., A. M Fyfe and Miss Freda
her sister, Miss Emma Lukert, Mr und Mis William: Son way, Caldwell of Glen wood Landing REALESTATE

William King of Connellsvlll, of Moriches, L. I., Mrs Tracy of Newark, N. J., and Mr, and Chappelka, and Mr. Chappelka. Mrs Willa ford R. Leach, Allan L. I, arrived yesterday to visit
PHONE 9154 hey have rented an Q Leach and her
Pa. is vllstlng Mr. and Mrs. Martyn and her house guest, I Mrs Tied Turk of Fort Lauderdale apartment house guest, the Fyfe boys' father, James
ai the France. Frank Stetson
Kenneth Stimmel Mil, Harry Leonard of Chicago I were luncheon Fyfe, on Riverside Drive
guests Monday, of Miss Treva
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Gifts for
- -- high scores were won e-

n by Mil Martyn and Mrs.. Leonard MR AND MRS, 1MVPP Mr and Mrs. Conrad Albracht Gunning at the Breakers in Mrs: Joe A. Youngblood of
The hostess Miss DINNER Here breakfast guests Sunday of Palm Beach on their trip to
presented HOSTSMr
IIL'omplete': TEXACO Service Lukert with a guest gift and Mrs Edward Mapp vlrs, Lillian Penplteicoff of FortIel'ce Miami to attend the orchid display West Palm Beach was the lunch- I
eon guest Saturday of Mr and
and had dinner in the at Falichllds Tropical Gar- e
were hosts at dinner Sunday at Mrs. Ralph Hartman
''Ir WASH'ING LUBRICATION POLISHING CAPT. AND MRSWIITICR their home on Mapp Road. ,veiling with Mr end Mrs. Andy dens I

''Nt DINNER HOSTS Guests included Miss Virglln I imnioiis and her mother, Mrs -

GASOLINE MOTOR OIL Capt and Mrs. Jack VVhiticar Michel and Capt. D, B Hearn I coffin, of fort Pierce at the Mrs Wilton Roger of Vero Unwanted Hair InvestmentsSales

Can Called For and Delivered entertained at dinner Sunday at Jghthouse I Beach is arriving tomorrow to I

me f -' their home on West Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Charles ShIpman -e- be the all-day guest of Mr and Permanent, Painlessly and

Ili M. H. LACKEYt Street, Quests Included Charles I Payson of New York arrived aSt- Capt David Hildreth of San Mrs. T. L. Hausmann at River- Scientifically i and Listings Through

Plumb of Stratford, Conn., Dr. urday to occupy their home on uitonlo Texas and his mother, crest, Sewall's Point.ROTARY REMOVEDfrom out Martin County.

r Wiley Motor Co. Phone 291 James Moser of Washington and I Gomez Road, Jupiter Island Irs David Hildreth, of Philadelhla face, Legs, Chest, etc W. B. TILTON

William J Webster of Cleveland. j\ who are touring Florida,
Mi and Mrs. J D Bassett, CLUB By a Registered Eleclrologist
house
'ere guests from Friday
Jr. and children have arrived Phone EYE FLETCHER 2-1219
MRS KITCI1IM J HOSTESS I j Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Jack nUART No. 1201 Kreuger Building.
TO FRIDAY BRIDGE CltBMis from Bassett, Va., to spend the olenian, St. Lucie Estates. Mrs. M.... W.dn..d.r 12,15CHISHOLM'S ,. I 338'' J Clematis StU .
Mmml! So Goodl I Delicious Southern Style season at their residence GRILL PHONE 161
V : on '. R Horton, Mrs Coleman'spother DR CHARLES CARR1ELH
Stanley Kltching entertained Palm Beach, I la
Gomez Road, Jupiter Island ,..,,I-.t Home Phone 158-M
members of the Friday ,, went with them Monday L HENRY CAB RE, S.., Free Consultation
FRIED CHICKEN Bridge Club and several > ClpvUston.
;r'.l guestsat Mrs. Fred Lamb of Sallsburg ----
luncheon ---- -
followed
,
by bridge,
Mo., arrived Monday for a visit
(L and FISH and SHRIMP DINNERS in the Bamboo( Room of the
with
her cousin, Mrs Edward
Lighthouse. Guests Included

Chicken in the Mrs. KItchIng's house guest, Mrs Swann Hill, Sewall, at s her Point villa on Castle DON'T BE MISLED! REMARKS HAVE; BEEN MADE BLAMING

Rough'D W W. Wisenberg, of Cleveland, -

Mrs Luther Damron, Mrs B. O Paul D. Newton arrived Mon- LOCAL DEALERS FOR NOT GETTING MATERIAL.
MARVIN ',NItELY Judson end Miss Kathryn Hamilton -
day from Newark,N Y, to spenda
__ FORMER LOCATION OF "FRED'S" of Dallas: Texas Club mem-
month with his family wh

_ NORTH' FEDERAL HIGHWAY-JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE bers were Mrs Conrad Albracht, are occupying Italian Villa on The Truth Is Your Local Dealers
Mr, Leon E. Ashley, Mrs. T J. Castle Hill, Sewall Point. : are MakingEVERY

,r, F. Kennedy, Mrs L. Ashby Ar- -

' bogast, Mrs Arthur Chappelka, Guests arriving last week al

Mrs Edwin A Mennlnt.e" and the St. Lucie Hotel include Mr EFFORT TO GET BUILDING MATERIAL.

'JBARGAINS Miss Ida Albracht. I'd.les for and Mrs. Seth Lewis of Athens

high scores were won by Mrs. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heor

Ashley and Mrs. Albracht.P1iESBYTERI.tN warter of Arlington, N J" Mr

ONSEWALL'S and Mrs J. H. Bailey of Vine BUT READ IT and WEEPTHE

: R'OMAN'SASSOCIATION : land, N J., Mr. and Mrs. Prestoi

Haines and Mrs. E. W. Tilas o

POINT The Presbyterian Woman As- Washington and Dr and Mrs BLACK MARKET IS CAUSE OF THE STORTAGE!

cociutlon entertained Tuesdayat Canter of Harrisburg, Va.
EAUTIFUL MODERN, FURNISHED TWO BED. the home of Mis F. R Horton -
-e- Reprinted From Miami Herald Of Monday, Jan, 28
OOM "WATERFRONT HOME" WITH 2 CAR on Martin Road St. LucIe Mr. and Mrs. John A Perkln

GARAGE AND SERVANTS QUARTERS Estates:: ; M:". H. L. Lyons was and little daughter of Louis

co-hostess. Ain 5!. R Trimmer, vllle, Ky arrived Wednesday b;

SEVERAL OTHER FINE.SEWALL'S presided. Mrs C. A. Caulel gave plane to visit his mother, Mn Veil Lifted On Miami's Thriving

::1 the aevotiona: Mrs. Ivan Tay- P I Perkins, at her home o'

lor was in charge of the pro- St. LucIe Crescent Mr. Perkin

. POINT ESTATES gram, subject, "New Paths Intoa was recently discharged fror

New Day..' Interesting articles the Air Force after serving 4 Black Market In Building Materials

AND HOMES were read by Mrs C. E. Young, months.

Mrs. C A. Lees, Mrs W H Smith, e-
FROM To Mrs. George Forter, MiS. Lillian Mi and Mrs. -- -- -
W.
$7,500 $80,000 George Zing ,
By STCPIIl TRtMBlLL; the picture steps the black many classifications at $130a madhouse-and this black
Wily and Miss
Bessie
MIller. ler and their house guest, Mr
market block-maker Oh maiket And some of them had
sure thousand
Others present Included Mrs C Daniel Decker, of the Pitchfor Herald Staff Writer
I HOICE RIVERFRONT LOTS AND LOCATIONS IN been waiting a long Unit
AND AROUND STUART A. Wingred, Mrs H L. Snyder, Apartments are leaving Sunda So you can hardly wait to the price is still 15 cents, but "It used to cost $30 a thousand should habe..n.
Building
Mrs. A, I. Maxsoi:; Mis HowardB. for their home in Indlanapoll get started building that little to get them you buy on a There's still another
limited to homes fur tin
Lee, Mrs. Him die Lowrey, bungalow all covered with basis whereby the blockmaker angle here You need one-by- returned -
O.I, s, and certain other -
Mrs Walter Powell, Mrs F. Mrs George J. Backus returne' bougalnvlllea) and mortgages? or a nebulous second six for sheeting That's frozenat
essential business building
Cromer, Mrs. B C Shackelfordand Friday from Miami where sh All light, so heres a primer party' lays them. The cost $41 a thousand but the
classification Into1 I 11
lie
OTTO KUBIN Mrs. H. W. Bessey was the overnight guest of he on the Miami black market then is 50 cents a block. mills can get $56 a thousandand a
saloons and night clubs to
niece, Miss Julia Harris which you and your builder You say you wont do up for two-Inch stuff.
not fal<
Mr. and Mis Philip Barry and -- will become progressively business with this black You buy the two-Inch stuff
Now that the ball Is
EJ ughterson Bldg Phone 304 son of Mt Klscoe, N Y., arrived Mrs. A. T, Beckwith and familiar as you limp along the market, Then what hap- because you can't get any- I for dun'thte
dropped ,
Saturday to( spend some time at 'aughterSherrill\ Ann, of Miam way from ground breaking to pens, The fellow fur whom thing else, and have it saved one
how to
their villa, The Gateway, on are the guests of her mother roofing you are building comes That costs plentv they are 'going

Jupiter Island Mrs. F Van Smith Maybe this Information is along and says, look, that "[nless you are allergic pick it up.'ou ran t step In
and blow the whistle
------ a bit on the glum sidelotsof house across the street was to fresh air and sunshine on
same Job that l I. already
fellows who are buildingnow started weeks after minelies joi'll hate to have some
started, where the owner
!h and at a nice profit will getting all the bloiks windows-so tomes now
and Ms builder hate made
REGISTER NOWFOR say it Is-but it conies from a lie nerds, VI'hall wrong another black market riain
heats commitments :Maybe
Notice fellow who( has been in the here" window glass ordinarily cost
to Taxpayers if they stepped out entirely!
building business for more \ou know the answer, 11 rent for a 12x16 pane, the building business would

YOUR than 45 'eoars-20 of these and you tell him. That con. 22 rents glazed (put in the
find its 1l'\.t'I--but the
a own
years light here in Miami tractor has been Into the Name). Me are now paying!
fur would In .
fly the
black market He 30 as high 15 rents, One )process
Currently he has his neck paid as
"Don't ask how it will
N City of Stuart away out on some buildingshe rents each for those blocks, Material concern here had me
end The contrail! Is lUSt
"Piiiiili started before his educa- lour client starts figuring the crust to ask $1 per pieceI .
COOKER he leilujv In the middle! Hitint '
tion In the blackmarket had on the bark of an emclope needed glass-but not
take a Job a. a fixed
reached its present stage. He Those 30-rent blocks will that badly
unless he sticks the
*YOUR COUNTY ASSESSOR, MR A. C. COUR- has to finish them, somehow boost his cost maybe $1,000 "There are other items that price
, .
customer for a figure that isa
Thas why he doesn't want but he really needs that I can't get at all-- and by nowI
SON, IS NOW RECEIVING downright swindle That
. his name used He is known hOllseh'lght. 1:1)11Ie: should know my way aroundIn
Isn't smart: for the fellow who
personally to several members go to the black market, MiamI. Doors. flooring, ply-

Applications for homestead exemption of The Herald staff, and as a Don let anyone kid you, wood and plumbing material expects to stay in business
And if he takes It n.1 a ost
Applications for widow and disability ex- thoroughly competent builder this Is happening all over come in this list. Even nails
I plus basis he's still (tot a dissatisfied -
I' "Let's start off with the :Miami come at a premium."I .

' emption. subject of cement blocks," he 1he concrete-block' story is have several homes now customer
"You don't happen to knowof
Returns of tangible personal property. began "The largest manufac- just a part of it We need some under construction for returned

? HIISTO /h "Mw, onVprtiwrt r-. turer of that essential in this rein fa:cing steel. There a service men. They've been a good(" Janitor job open
Returns .w do ?
of intangible personal you
property. / MucponIII 1 ,, area is hewing strictly to the pretty low OPA ceiling on under construction for six

Filing;. of applications for Homestead Exemptionin "", "KM patented, "" ,, line on CPA celling-IS cents that, but when It's cut to months. I don't know when

his office will also constitute application for HOME l olfcS a block delivered."He length It becomes 'processed they will be finished A lot of

exemption from Municipal Tax and his office I' e n t was !in business before steel; and you pay through others arc in the san" boat ?

Will attend to the submission of all applicationsto -; ,: this black market came along, the nose for that What ca.tied it? W-!M, I believe -

the Municipal Assessor. t (!t- and he knows he will be in "Now we're going to need OPA chopped the ball

> # Cooking ", 1,, i business long after it is over. some lumber, and there's a when restrictions were liftedon lumber

Separate application for Widow's and Disability SAVES up to 75%cookIng n J "So what happens? He's so dandy black market there, all kinds of building at the Enough is being

Exemptions must be filed with his office and also, tint SAVES pr*. a ,' 1tlouavNoninenddr.roh r flooded with orders he can too OPA ceilings apply on lots end of the war. You cant milled in Martin countyto

with your City Assessor. "l+ ;;' v'a w 10r. SIZE supply but a fraction of the of 5.000 feet of any one quality blame the fellows who( start- relieve this shortage.

![ Tangible Penonal Property Returns must be ?. SAVES natural'food Ra- ,250 blocks now needed. That's So they just reclassify that ed Immediate building: expansions ) Why does it go to other

filed both at the city hall with the city: tax assessor von and colon...SAVES mwwy true of any of his competitor on you, your 5,000 feet or 15- when the bin. wall lifted counties? !I

and at the court house with the county: tax assessor, by loving fu>L ,W.rn 2.95)Z.na) who are honest. And into 000 feet, is broken Into so They couldn foresee this

in order to avoid penalty as provided by law. Intangible .

Personal returns must be filed
Property Because PRESTO COOKERS are to remarkitile, end because, up
only with the County Tax Assessor.We until recently, their manufacture wit' totally restricted for four WE WON'T PLAY THE BLACK MARKETAND
yean,the oit on.vide demand for these wonder.working pressure
urge your cooperation by attending to your saucepans i Is tremendous The production facilitiei of the
Tax matter before the deadline Remember, April manufacturer of these cooking utensils are great, but the needs

1st I.! the last day on which to file, so please file .,.._ of the Government for certain essential war materials must still
WE WILL APPRECIATE THE HELP OF THE PUBLIC AND CIVIC
be supplied GROUPS TO CLEAR UP
and which
early avoid the delay is always experienced
: during the last weeks.DELINQUENT 1t Ai a result, such quantities; of PRESTO COOKERS 11 we are receiving THIS SITUATION .
now U't.sad will be.Tar too few to supply (the demand,
TAXES AFTER MARCH Slit for some time to come, In fairness to all,requests for PRESTO
COOKERS will be filled In the order in which they are receivedf .
Pay Now and Avoid Penalties.L. .

/ Sttaatttft/ you have not already done so, register Henry Cabre

your name for a PRESTO COOKER now,with
B. EURIT ua,to let one with.little delay. possible



T City Tax Assessor RICOU HARDWARE PHONE 38 CO. CASA LUMBER CO. ;



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THE STUART NEWS, MARTIN COUNT, FLORIDA, 7HCRSDAT. country needs small "In no oth ,II,(
t PAGE TSEL't "ThIS
'' record essential to the atomic struct\t,
II In better It 1 IS
amalL.They small bcslness man would come "The records of small busi- result economy to the the opportune 1
J;"' research projects financedby establishments, were Business\ ; in this keePlnl'l of our country ;
HOGARTH HANDLE
TO many
) : and end. And notoriously inadequate. doing dual that sni,, "
B, ll. COLE BUREAU: contributions to the March employed 45 percent: of the to a prompt happy ness are made the outstanding traditional method of "
proprietors they would. If that proprietor of the need with out to him.
: of Dimes, January 11-11. workers Including An understanding that we have seen business
, I' could the grantor of that adapted itself -- -- 1E,
manufac- assure -
It -
, The B. D. Cole Inc. insurance of all clauei except for specific records, as well as partially because -- ,- -- -- -
'II I credit that It would be backat change -- --
. firm of West Palm Beach ha EXPECT MILLIONAT !I taring. paid of their management value, is 1 readily to changes- I II

", '" announced the appointment of STATE FAIR I|I "During a normal peacetimeyear would the If appointed the proprietor time. couldbe They lacking In many Instances. I!I in buying habits change in proc- TOMMY'S HAlf!embLU1 '
operation.
In
1.000 business I Ii
rr; LtMon A. Hogarth as vice president just about of the pur- cues chang
assured that, after he had Great explanation a WELCOMES
l larger
( and manager of the i Tampa. Florida State Fair firms: disappear every 24 hours, and value of records, simplification ]i "In general, the VAT l)
I back his he
paid borrowings pose becomesthe
attendance record 1.000 firms 'manufacturing unit ALl TIM
'. company's new mortgage loan 1, will chalk up an while another open of forms, and wider 1;-
(
would have sufficient funds u''
on Is
. than one million first time. If It Is a susceptible It
department. Hogarth who was of mote: up for the less .
data thus pro-
: 6 which continue his dissemination of
discharged from the in during the Victory Exposition to good year, there U a net Increase. \ to operations. duced should, in the long run, change. __ tiIwiISI
Important as It is the need tor FULL
l1eutenant-com-1 5 there U US
February bad
It December u a | be held here from But If the year Is -
i mander. is the only son of Mrs. ; through the 16th. P. T. Strteder. a net loss. credit is the result and not the OF
I. cause of the weak position of
A. T. Hogarth of Stuart and an general manager estimated to- .At the beginning of the third BOAT CO. :
alumni of Stuart high school day as final plans for the biggest quarter of 1944. there was a net many problem a small goes deeper.businessman. The HURRICANE PACC I,,
and industrial
agricultural the opening of the
I 0 FACTS ON FOLIO show ever held in Florida nears war loss--of since approximately 564.000 "Next Is the matter of taxes. Temporarily at N. Colorado Ave. and River GO OS:TAI
Much has been heard about this
completion. firms about 500.000 of which Stuart Fla. q1s e
Under the gai: !>t from the National --- The main reasons subject In past months from
small
Foundation for Infantile The Stromberg-Cartson Com- were both large and small business BOATS MIXED DRisBUDWF.iSE:I
1 for these closings were: il' PLYWOOD
\, 1 Paralysis) the Michigan: State pany of Rochester. N Y. was Owner enlisted, drafted, or gone operators. There are two distinct MOULDED >>
I! Department: of Health has tested the l.rst industry In the V S I problems. Small business : flnlStua<
I ; ,
into war work; <2i' manpower I .
more than 30') c! f-.r.ical: : substances t., top I its quota in the Victory feels that the present rate of DISPLAY14Foot ON DiUUG d <'<
shortage and '13'' lack of merchandise NOW ON '
in '>(';;': > .' a elftv :Lean :.uth a quota of $175.000 taxes \will not permit its setting
1'- de troy the v'A: \ -\v\: >- th company, and employees for sale. I aside venture or risk capital forpostwar Ice Cold F.E:, ,,r I,
I J myelit.: Thf- .-tar I : :. ronti..o' '; ,.h' over $200.000 worth of I But in the third and fourth I use. Since net profits River Boats for Outboards or Inboard Case to taki uui t,I 5.3

Thh.c;: !' rf-t.: :.. .- 'b: V \'jrBnr.ds, in four days I quarters of 1844 there was a I are its main source of added 9-Foot Dinghies 4I' tim. pantlast
change- .here appeared a net I ;
it Is
capital seriously concerned. -
i iI .ncrease., with the result that by Small business also feels that See or Write Open 9 a.m. to 1 :3 31 all
Businesses the end of 1944 approximately the number of taxes could be jbT\

93 % Of 100 000 new little businesses had reduced, forms simplified, and I'' C. A. (BILL) PORTER TOMMY SAVAS S; ict t
opened. It is estimated that by methods of collection made less LorldiLcn:
I the end of 1945 half of the losses onerous. I '

As 'Smallr.L4 during the \II'ar11111\ be recovered. ., -" ,... .
::; Ok
Defined ---'s.. r : C
"Small business can disappearonly _. .. "- ...- .. r '
.i\I.\
\
; by pressure from \without ...............-, lorg1W th)<

I or by decay from within.
&.,yn._ t.. ,: .' :.t:". tu C,) }p rattan ::...,t in: mast cases I Small business is going to face
be free to change I Is business !- mrt.hn .
our or.'ii/) ,.1 uriy to uur.; 1: strong competition from other
-' the cc'jr.-' .;. ol r .: a. A.r:, :ruato ; policies and operating small: businesses. The characterof (
pre.'t-r\'c' '::1'.*.. bvoiii'-.is! Dr methods as economic: and com- I \lIs: .a competition will depend trodIge
WlUortl White Chief of the petitive conditions: change. on the sense! of security and the ,
rtali
pedal Studies Unit: of the Bur- "And finally any policy or quality! of management which .

eau of Foreign and Domestic practice must and will be measured the thousands of small firms ''''! .... .. .. .. ...'-': !, i re c
'' '
Commerce of the Department of i I Ii 'I of Its contributionto .or( 'Im' : ,: Nh11nde'
in terms (
that time.
have at >
( ( \
I .
: .. \'g
Commerce. recently analyzed the the ultimate consumer. "Agriculture and small business : / ., /7.,.", ..... I, : ,',," "I" '
of small business in our ? So : & () .the
place "What it mall business are mutually dependent. l ,
economy and the problems \whichIt far, there is no exact and complete There are 6 million farms In the / .If .,, t ,. untSI
faces. He said, In part: | answer. The Departmentof United States with a rural popu- r 'JJI' : SIFi
"Five assumptions concerning Commerce. however, uses lation of approximately 30 million Fifty Years '!t 4" .ftJf ,
,
all postwar business are fundamental both a quantitative and qualitative people. Living away from t ittoigh
to the .specific problem measurement. Quantitatively cities! these people are .." t' : !
the larger I \ -' ,J .(,... i'"
of the future of small business a manufacturer la con- not as conveniently located as : : \rt1 bert
"First, our business economy sidered small if he has 100 or are urbanites to buy from the'arze .. '. t. ..: l' win
of f ., .,; ;"t.l \ .'k ,,
must remain firmly based on our fewer employees;: a wholesaleris department and chain \ rty
traditional competitive system small if his annual sales are stores. While they can still buy ft:.: : "J f :.'- <; k }

) "Second it must be subject to : less than $200.000, and retailer from a mall-order catalog If : .'(f...tj.r! ."x. \\.\. ....... x" ',{,o\, \.. 1': .. \1\[(...,., ORO ':.
s> minimum amount of govern- ,1 or a serviceman li small If they so desire and purchase some /0: ,r ,,'"!\' 1 r Ii. ,\ : ,.l
.
ment-federal, state and local- his sales or receipts are less than of their needs at the county seator .: ... :, :.\\ "A\: 'f DR
Control WO.OOO. nearby town In chain stores Service \ '. J. r'-t'; '.
"Third the individual must "The qualitative measurement elllng groceries dry goods and P'. 4,0' :r,' .. Foi

\ be free to enter or leave business. 1 Is based on management and :Dther! small goods, the bulk of .. ,tI \ art<
.
\, the degree of its specializationIn : """ ( ; v
their purchases are from the Independent /.a t
\, "Fourth the business. firm or this cense a small businessis merchants, half of 4. ?! I' :ft: 46
---- --- "
I I one which cannot afford to whom have no employees at all ....... : :
Oilb
:
/
employ or contract for adequate and most of whom are undeniably :..', '., : : i
I LOCAL TRUCKING specialized management or tech small. f
..
-.l... r
nical aid. In small business "Moreover farmers sell muchof .=: y
i We haul Anything Anywhere management may rest on the their output through small nt

f Anytime shoulders of one or two or some businessmen country agents '

,r CENTRAL times three people whose merchants, local elevators, brok-
j knowledge determines the courseof and Jill
commission
: men
1 I I TRUCK LINES the business."In others.rs The farmer has challengc many- "Service" as defined by Webster is "any work don for the benefit of himrni

long distance hauling 1939., 93 percent of the c! the small businessman and

i Vollrath Plumbing: business population In manu 'easiness by establishing buying another.:" In the good old days before Pearl Harbor w. were very proud of the Jar
facturing wholesaling retailing
ind selling cooperatives. Such Itt..es.
1\\ Service .,ervlce. hotels construction! and
will Increase the ef-
.t t ___ --places of amusement,._--) or-2.760,000, -ompetitlon iciency of distribution and benefit extent and variety of our services. In fact, we tried to anticipate every desire in :45

onot ooot-0=0' the ultimate consumer as si)
p g OC8 long as the rules of the game service and merchandise. During the war years we had to curtail some of our services ,ttJC<
ire played with fairness and en

i Victory Bar qulty counteract, but the small growth business of can cooperatives due to lack of help. We have not been able to make the improvements needed due e hn3rt;1

by fulfilling the need
OPEN it agriculture."The to lock of materials. We have tried however, to make up for these unavoidable lacks ,IC

) t gap between being a

D DAILY 9 a. m. to 1 1:30: a. m. 0 highly skilled operator super- by giving you more courtesy more good nature more friendliness.
isor. or office worker and being
SUNDAYS 12:30 to 1:30
m.
m.
p. p. small :
rl 'he proprietor of a ma-
ihlne shop, retail store, or serv-
PACKAGE GOODSSOLD ce establishment is not too >:
treat for individual Initiative to

.t 9 a. m. to 12 a. m. ed bridge. Of the 1,000 businesses And while we're talking about the recent past, we want to tell you how much we
/ "hich are being opened in the r,
}; e Except Sundays 9 United States today, many of IS'
appreciate your own cooperation good humor
'hem are being started by In- your your patience. Thanks for carryIng d

llvlduals who yesterday were
MARINE ROOM-BAR voiklnz for someone else. And your packages! Thanks for buying carefully and eliminating returns and exchanges etc

'omorrow If they do not find In'orl'

DANCING NIGHTLY TO 1 1:30 P. M. iwnershlp to their liking, they Thanks for your understanding when we were unable to
: give what
p D Do an sell out and return to work y you you wanted. [Inil

COCKTAIL LOUNGE 0n 'or someone else. Thus there is Without your good will we could not have done what e '
n n nU i true kinship between labor was asked of u$, !
A-1 MIXED DRINKSooQOOOQOnO. \nd small business which should n.

U U le reflected In mutual coopera- tin
o=o 'Ion. Labor needs and should in
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support small business both as

a source of goods and services Great plans for better service modern 1
NO WONDER and as a training field. equipment, a finer store are In the making )

"Excessive governmental con- 1)1J,
trol Is harmful to all business. a What those plans are specifically cannot be told now. Suffice it
to that we'll itt
it's We accept necessary control dur- say
it's
good I ''ng the war because we can seethe soon be demonstrating! anew why this fjfty yeor old institution will es-
II need for it as a temporary continue to be
measure to meet a temporary national l lI
your favorite store and why you can continue
BEER crisis. Most of us recog- to depend
EHRET'S upon Anthony's for the
nize that these wartime controls _

? cannot be lifted immediately after services of providing what you want when you want It..of
\ the last fighting Is done. making your shopping:

I .., FAMOUS FOR ,", But we don't want Government easier and pleasanrer.TMi I
unnecessarily to continue war-
-
1 FINE FLAVOR "' '
a
: time controls In peacetime.

SINCE 1866 "Small business Is the greatest IfI
., guarantee we have against such I
J' 1 action.
1 r) I l "Now, what about the decay t
from within small business Itself -
ENJOY A ? Even if there
'fIli ft are no pres- isIs
f// BOTTLE OF sures from without, does small Is Isttl
business itself have the driving

I Ili rI EHRET'S BEER dREfsTODAY power to maintain itself? It
t must be admitted that it has
t, x1aa1 problems the 17th and last of ..

l i I '1. t "Lack of adequate credit Is strict of ads commemorating: a / I

{ ,,' DISTRIBUTOR frequently given as a major Anthony's Golden Anniversary.
problem of small)) business. We
ROBERT KNQBEl-Wtolesale Beer & Wine hear a great deal about this ESTABLISHED

2049 N. Miami Ave., Miami Fla. subject and some reach the conclusion 1895
Telephone 2.5824 that with sufficient I'rH

sources and adequate amountsof 312 Clematis St., West
SERVED AT MARINE ROOM BAR credit the problems of the ',,' Palm Beach
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