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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
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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
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CATCHING FISH HERE


: R : Dwight H. theme Governor : TO HEAP, VIEWS/ .

1 ol Illinois, here vacationing at

. 14 Sunrise Inn is enjoying S.
: MONDAY OF CITIZENS
I Lode inlet llshlng Governor

I Greece went out In the Oulf.Micam
I I !!' last week with Capt
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I I Head :"w ix Srhocnbei on the Hen- Governor's Committee '

; / I in Countywide .!Utli II. and/ chalk' (1 up two I Conduct Public Hearing)

: Campaign IJIIkln( if, 1I1t: ( Iceiel iced u dol tn Five District
I I 1 I ..hlll i
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I"I, ,, I ; 's annual drive Public homings will" I Hi ,
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I ,11111I1111I11111111111I1111111111I11I11I1111111ri'ARLlN i Gnvernor Clddwlll'I ,, I I for the local) lit s-
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\ : 'I ; I Monday lax Committee: at .
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( i I' i Shackclfoid\ TARPON Jitck.ollvll1lMal'. J ..

( composed Marlannu April I i
) I [ D. Burkey ol Tampa April 17
and Mis Evans AND POMPANOIN Miami April :l\

l I Orlando May 22 Ii

i : lot a Representatives oj \CI.
TOURNAMENTNew
( solicitation for groups arc urged I'', pJ'

being se: up this \their tax views at tin' J JIngs.

belongs te which hearings will 1 b.

\? I Martin county". Entries In Three DIVIS- sided over by Circuit JIlI,

I I' "and we feel lonr Of Sailfish Club icdmer State Senate Pi"

( : I : should contri Contest D. Stuart Glllis Tint < '

I dollar towards c Is (charged by the u'"' '

I } i j I I membership, alI '1'111'1I1't entries in new cll- I to develop tax Inequltu" I

i : i I of course visions featured Stuart Sailfish exist and to ferret cut I 11 Ii.'. ,

( ;. I I : to this a- Club tournament activity this I loads which may IK .,','

I I week with Di. Wilbur H. Haines balance It is charged{ ,d.1 ".

I I Directors have (1 Merlon Station, Pa, entering the responsibility of 'ubn'.1.1I
I the first white marlin caught In recommendations to the c,
I
I i \ giving a le- ,
1 local waters in several pears, a nor not later than Jan''"
1' I I of th:! Institut-
i I that more 71-pound 12 ounce fish measur- 1947 5
: iiis ',i-ieet. 8-inches, caught Sunday ,
'" : : needed this pear Everyone appenrln i 1'( :'
March 10, with Capt. V. P.
I J) ) I repair program committee will be htaid() 'I i
] I,anee on the Moja Dr. Haines
I : postponed be- pedite proceeding I h(,\\ C '
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: tvutled his marlin for an hour would be well for thuM' d i,
I ( (' I ,filial: Si circe 1 1i
e 8: '" I I and 20 minutes on a 8-ounce tip to appear before the ,'on' ,

I coed IB-tluead! line I to notify the Execum C <'

AT D: Haines is president of the tary, I, W Snydci P J I

i [ ( / ; < { ) i Com Yachting Association, a .49! Tallahassee of :))111'( i itlon .. .
I : nitional group. Mr and Mrs. It would be lid, I
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[ OFFICE rhihp Murphy of Merlon, Pa.. paitlclpints would pitsoi' .

: ) C i accompanied] him on the trip. *t'P"tq in wrltin! iiI i iI
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I II Ii ( i I Richard Fay Warner of 819 I ,2 rydeiComml '

Rroup of pie,mlninl scientists, president and chall man of the which he was elected to represent Mrs E. Lorraine McClain Medlson Ave. N. Y.. here with E t tec membi s

NT FOR BOAT st itesmen. educators and roll- fund raising dilvn: stated today REPORTS 91.7% the club. I Replaces Mr, Berime G. I his son Cliapin, leads the pom- Judge Gillls- arev J n! \
.iOUs leidcis who are here attending Arthur D(hon reported on the I I
the proceeds will [go for a wide Rayncs ijiiu: ) division wnn a 3 pound. Frankland C Lake Felli i, I
a Lonfcicmc on world variety of gifts foi hospitalized public meeting called by the I .4; "'uiKc golden dinner plate' Colonel Dan MeC irt I

CALLED OFF (.ovetnmcnt and considerIng the I veterans Pin money Is earned OF TAXES PAID city commission to discuss the I Mrs E. Lorraine McCliin has eau h. with cut shrlmon\ alight Pierce Alf R. NeIls'PaIne i

paths opened by atomic! energy. I by the patients who make the proposed yacht basin and urged assumed duties as clerk of the I casting rod at St Luclc Beach I General I J :,

I The purpose of the conference : paper flowers which are purchased I (:inliniidl,/ an jvi'c' lilt) Martin county draft board, replacing I Inlet Saturday. The Waineri Hutchison Sanford. I L < 'I'I ,

te rted Craft In Distress Is to agree upon and recommend' by the auxiliary $283,866.52 of $309,509 --- Mrs. Merllne O Raynes I 2150] caught several nice blue : (Otlsndo; Fl chei Mi

lieved Mmdentifica- means of International collaboration -I No request Is too large or too Due Turned In By I BOSTON PUBLISHER vho resigned to Join ]her hus- fiBfovon/ cut bun /r in VHC 1',. ,r I Jac.inoi.vllle\: .>...6, :'1'1 t ,*

: tion : of "Men" 'Id government .capi i small for the auxiliary to answer March 1 I II VISITS STUART ON I! tand In St. Louis buy Miami: W Tinner Di J- 'cI ,

ttlo: of controlling the use of I ", Mrs Blanche Lowery said YACHT SUNSET I Foimcrly with the FBI In F, L. Mcachei. Penns 'lva111an, I; son, fled M Cone, Ga't tI 'I' ,

ducted a wide the atomic bomb and other super hen asked about donations L. C. Klckliter, tax collector. I I Washington Mrs. McClain came had the thrill of landing u 19- I Tom B, SWrtnn, Winter H

f d 0 xhaustlve starch ini v eapons made to the pa tic n:s. Clothing I reports 91.7 per cent of all taxes 1 I i H. M Plimp.011 87. owner of I here from her home in Leesburg pound "casting rod tarpon In Thos. A. Jthnson, IMax ,

I ,the!!'! Wednesday af- Among the dignitaries in attendance for their families, furniture and due had been collected March 0. the Plimpton Press of Norwalk, I where she vacationed between the upper waters of the North I M Blown Lik' C .t' '

t ,; .1 1 aft reported Ins |', are Sen Claude Pepper hundreds of smaller items for a total of $28380652, of the Mass, aboard his yacht, Sunset i I potion tiansfeis She is living Fork Saturday and his fish is Graham Copeland E\"l. "

Si Lucie Inlet, and Lt Ocn James H. Doolittle, Supreme disabled veterans and their dependents $309.509,03 due. berthed at Stuart municipal pier I at the T J, Bowie home, 736 leading that division. Burt I and honey S Barnaul S' 1'
the weekend The Sunset
over
Auxiliary members I Court Justice William O are furnished by the Mrs. L. E. Bartlett of the ax i Eas* Fifth st. Her office hours Pruitt North Folk guide repOi ts ersbui.
In
came up from the home port
u''r'I a beach rescue'[ Touglis, Rev. E A. Conway of auxiliaries throughout the nation collector's office states that after | are 11:30: a. m to :S I p m. every hundreds of tarpon piescnt in
I Miami Beach for a inland waterway -
I b I scue efforts were I (he Catholl Association for International I ", she said. 'The local chapter the closing date of April 1. I ci t I iv except Satuiciay which day the uppei it\er\ -.but expects
| cruise across the cross-state I B ARft1Y4''I NAVYVETERANS
.. ('i in the" premise ', Pence top flight sends a monthly box to the all overdue taxes 111 become delinquent canal to St. Pteersbuig eel, of'ee'' Ii closed all day. them to stay olf their fted I
,] (cation atomic encigy scientists and "oveinment hospitals In Florida at three per cent Interest I I There are still many duties until warm weather. predictIng
The boat Is a hundred foot
11:: lator\ reportedly ,: eadeis representing Industry A pie-campaign meeting; will and will be advertised I connected with the Selective excellent' tarpon ashing: in
houseboat. drawing 5' feet, acolorful I HOME
I '11.. ,raft one quarter I I.u' I| and labor. Le; held tomorrow night at 7:30at : during May and for sale Juno 1 1. 2 Service Board. located on the April and May. I
beautifully appointed
i thE' inlet and spec- I I' second floor in the Greene Building
Correspondents of magazinesand the Woman's club at which 1948, i --- ---
!home-afloat carrying a crew of
.1 11 - St area but could i, Voik Times New York Ilerild will be the guest speak'r.Sl'veral County had no delinquent six: Capt. R. Conquist William former JMathcson I the many questions of icturlng WOMEN INVITED TO Ellht A 'esc\ al1d(I lu\lr\i N,,' .
I' I I captain of the late I I SUed ,il I clu) I II
'lit the wreck ernns I "
UI'
except eterans The Board requests -
members will be \
Tribune Chi Mian Sci nce Mon new tax payers. being one of three master I : DEMONSTRATION BY .
is her
s yacht, I
N; '"it' which has been I I'velal I hoc. and the Readers Dlges initiated by the visiting official counties in the State that had I that all men of thIs district local drult bond < flu{'( ,I"

..lI' 0.i ,!!' months on -- .Mwomen\ relatives of legion no delinquents reported Its 1941 ---- report to the Board Immediately CLOTHING SPECIALIST 'the past week auouli! '

.I"h 01 the inlet H. i icmbcrs are Invited to attend taxes collected totaled 221003. I STUART WOMANS CLUB upon discharge from ___. I list released' by th (clerk ,

CK'' 'iiKanized a shore und to join the local unit. 77 and the County's expendi- NOMINATES OFFICERS I th, service. Miss Joyce Beets, clothing' E: Lorraine McCUln
DARLING CHOSEN ,
1 ", I party composed They include: Ainu '\i. t
---- tures were $143,663.20.DISPLACED I -- I I1'he specialist from the State Extt'l1i i
II Bin r Coast Guard Stuart \Vomans club HKItllTtlt{ : OHIO: Chde Contan, Richard 1 l' G
--- slmS'rvlcl' will conduct ,
slipcover -
a
a nuniandlng officer. I IJK : LEGION INVITES PERSONS cepted a report from the I LIC: 'II UlDNtSDU!' \T 1 I'. M I, demonstration at the Home eon Alexander MePhn 'i" ,
'EXECUTIVE HEAD ae-I .
: 11111) Buddy Beckman MAY NOW RECEIVE ination committee at a For the benefit of those that' DemonstratIon club In I Jack A. Blown: coloied I l'u\ I.e"
I. meeting Smith OsKie Cobb, Kus dlowaj I II I H .
''p. WhO took first aid want to enlist, reenlist
I 01
I LETTERS AND PARCELS meeting Wednesday Mis E may :
Salerno !Match
25. A
C (l1keb and hot drinks ALL SERVICEMEN Menninger was nominated as In the Regular Army the Re- slipcoverwill i Ji., and Oblc L HVavy :,- ,
I be
'P1beach, A 104- i WILDLIFE/ BODY I made and instructions ; white Charles A \\ "
Navy New Postal Regulations pci president; Mis L. E. Ashley and tilting Officer from Fort Pieicel.s given .
I \ repoited on its way I mlt Displaced Persons in the II Mrs Harry H Hipson vice president 1 in Stuart every Wednesday atone | The meeting will be held at ,;I Dressle Shivar, J. N. Con 1 d 2

."e, ii n,11 l I when the search !Ia I 1 1i i TO BARBECUE I'I| British Occupied Zone of CcrI : Mis Durant Fulton recording o'clock. Mrs. McClain can the church nil day beginning at'' Hugh W._Tyson_0__'_. _
) on the premise New Executive Secretary I many and in the American OCI secretary; Mrs Howard be contacted at Local Board 9am I
'K'r I ing had been mlb- I Will Visit Stuart cupled Zones in Germany and I VT Neall coaespondlng secretary NinVlbei one for further information I All n. %IIiLIILIZA1'ltNiIlh.il : r
invited to attend I
I women arc -
I \) 01 !StIIHHIlThe :
raft In clistiessPTAINDElD !i Saturday Tin American Legion plans Austria to send Postal Cards I ; Miss Ida Albracht, Mrs ) For fuither infoimallon I \

I fur a bal becue and dance are I I (UNRRA Postal Form No 10 to I J, R Pomeioy, paillmentarlan: I 01 If transportation Is desired ; ,
Navy dimoblli/ccl Ii 1 2 II i. :
; Frank )Uuling, former fishing developing and the committee, relatives and friends In the Mrs. David A Schaefer flag GODFREY AND 'GATOR i i contact Miss Ladle Inscoe. Home I '
,I editor of the Lccsbuig CoinnieiI I Ethel Porter FIGHT IT OUT SO of iu pcuonnel the wiik ,iing ((0'
I I consisting of Angelo Tsimas, United States custodian and Mrs monsiratlon agent. phone 189.) I
I cUl and one ol the State's lead- chairman Fred Stafford and This card Is an authorizationto I and Mrs. Pomeroy, directors I SAYS GODFREY | A coveicd elisli luncheon will / Febiuniy 23 1940 t II Co ii.
Its ind total to 1.747.1..11'1 i ,, 1
(ti '
APER STEERS | log conservationists, has been Michael O Llttman, reports that remit one) letter and one Mis Conrad Albracht was elected 1 1i be served
stay ihead ol scheduli 'I I I iiMulne ,'
I appointed executive secretary of t he barbecue will take place package week to the sender of as a director to fill the vacancy i Dude Godfr nuiowly I'hI,
the FlorIda Wildlife Federation, Friday, March 22, adjacent to the card of Mrs Luther Dam ion who raped losing a hand in the mouth I Ii Corps released 7 ;MH ellI i i

WG CRAFT I atcoidliiK to announcement by the recieatlon building on Flag- Regulations (Postmaster Oen- signed! i of an alligator Friday ilternoon ; Inj: the w:>k cndau!\ f i Is" :' s
jI II j CLEMENTS ASKS 22 to bring I Its total I to 24! '>s"
I President Jim Muiphy of Jacksonville I 1 he i while flshlna on the )
says
II len St. The dance will be held ual Bulletin No, 18788, Nov 23 ------- -- :
i This Is 59314 or \"b C
I South Folk with Edward Shea I nppioxm ,
immediately! following the barbecue 1945)) permit the sending ot one
I Fishermen' i I Darling who was associated letter a week, not to exceed two :RED CROSS DRIVEOVERTHETOPIN find FrItz Cummins, captain of : six weeks ahead ol schedule
Make Grim with the ''Stuart Daily News i the motor launch In which they I FOR PIER PERMITApplication
The barbecue starts at 6 p m, I pages, and packages not to ex- I ,
fovery Off Shore Hobe Sound I I when It was owned by the Cljma II and the dance, for which a five- I reed one a week, and five poundsin were angling i THE WEATHERFor I
others, will be here Saturdayto I, Prize of the afternoon was an
piece orchestra will play, is to I weight, A customs declaration -

lth ':arne to fisherman confer with local conservationists start at 8:30: p.m. must accompany each package i 8-pound snook which expressed Made To War

,I a All peisonnel, both commissioned which Is obtainable at any n pteference for wrestling wile Department For Improve thc past week, us rp- 1
) ufternoon
>ated three and for an His Job will be to weld all of : and enlisted, attached to Post Office 5 DAY CAMPAIGNRegional I a school of five 'ga tors to beIng ment At North Stuart ported by John Mann U S

(faft hours his pilot- the sporting; groups in Florida Witham Field, together with hauled In Godfrey and the Weather Observer. City Hall \

Power slowly proceeded un- Into one strong; unit to battle their wives and dates are invited ST, PATRICKS BALL leplllc simultaneously made a Application has been made to Stuart. 1

le8 Stiller until Francis and for conservation rights A fund !!' to bo guests of the Legion AT LOG CABIN SAllKUAY Director Wires grab for the snook which ended the War Department' by Mr. L. Icmpcitxluic Readings 1 I I1
:; I
rlucn Manateo Pocket Is being raised to establish a and all service and ex-service Congratulations A* in a photo finish son the sportsman C. Clements P O Box 1137, Stu- Maximum I Minimum: ;

'ht the boarded it and traveling headquarters for the men of World Wars 1 and II, St. Josephs Men's club and County Reaches The party maintains that art, to construct a concrete and Mai eh: 7 82 G8

""Y slh boat to port new appointee and the Spanish-American War the Altar society of the St Quota local water sports furnishes sufficient timber pier and to drive moorIng March 8 84 65 '

i Key| Wester"ed the craft about a 34- ---- whether: members of the Legion, Joseph's Catholic church will excitement without the piles, in ',st. Lucie River, March 9 81 63 \\1 2

I andltS: or not, together with their wives stage a St Patrick's ball at the Mrs, Samuel W Traylor, Martin I| rivalry of the gators and from North Branch, easterly shore, March 10 83 62 ,:

Hobe Sound off Blowing I AT fOltl I'ItRCE: and! dales are also invited log cabin Saturday night for the County's Fund Campaign .( now on they'11 be content a lit- at applicant's pioperty about March 11 73 I>:5 2"" ,

,IY at 6 clock The barbecue Is free AdmU- benefit of the building- fund Chairman, gets congratulation tc ncaier home port 'l/2 mile north of the highway March: 12 75 01 I
evening, and boarded Allen J Carter. Sheen Is one of many who beI I bridge In Stuart Match 13 77 00)
8:45.: A I )Dan Hanky, 78, a resident of Ion to the dance Is $1 per couple, Music will be furnished by the telegram from ,
back man lay dead on died yesterday -i except for enlisted personnel With am Field orchestra. with Regional Director, SoutheasternArea n'oans the fact that commercial The proposed pier will b: approximately -, Rainfall In milieu I ;
in the Stuait for 30 years I
I1g line cockpit, One the Home For the Aged now in advice.HOSPITAL special entertainment features Atlanta, as Martin County fishing has depleted] local 80 feet north of the I March 0 II (I',
a was still overboard :, at where he had I and refreshments Admission Is goes over the top In the first streams for the sportsmen and j applicant southerly propertyline March O.. {I

the 20-pound fish amberjack on i I.In Fort several Pierce A grave- I NEEDS A FLAG I one dollar. week of the drive i I recalls the bounteous catches of and will extend channel-I March 0'' I' 1
lived for years
box was an as- I, / Mrs Traylor wishes to thank'''a few years ago, Cummings Is I ward a distance of 75 feet from I March 10 0'' I
w'as conductd -
ent of grouper and red side funeral service I Ia I Martin who the new at the LIghthouse the line and March 11 i '. r. .
Per I the Rev T J. Geary at Martin County hospital needs | Trotting horsemen throughout all those In County manager i ii mean high water 0 g.1 1
by clock flag, Such a gift will be ap- ; the nation competed for $4- : gave so quickly and generously i would be 4 feet In width, The I' March 12 (0 I \ ,
ey towed cemetery at 11 j I II '
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the Hill
boat to Pitch-i Fern _._
s fish i Johns Funeral' predated as a contribution- 445906.12 in 1945 as compared As far as Is known at present II j i pier will be supported on 2-plle March 13 00 ; !'
f
house this morning
In the pocket, survivIng ing the annual drive to be with $263497758 the previous Martin County Is the first in Milk cows need from 100 to 300 I concrete bents located on 7-foot I JI'' I
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Cuntlll/4f notified on county pama; Five officials) I,I Home relatives was in charge were known No bel'e,1| launched Monday, I year I I Florida to make their quota. |I I pounds of water dally | ((Continual, on page;; Seven' ) Total T00 I.ii'ii'I. ii'I, '




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/ SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUAR1Mi ')::(> olflee before TELEPHONE noon on 300iioonr 1Vednesdav Tbnt 1


O T Ray Divisi E.
m" (OI'SINS; I Dlv, 3, Federal W", ,1 ,

\ and Mis KIM i'opdaunllU'1 ane! ; :Mis Jean\ 1 K 'uui< i I' il c le\planel III:110011ID I f nlIIII.'Lt'n:,; 01 STU\IT( STl'.UlT TOUtlST ('It'll i MilM> ;MRS H'ILhspINNFR ; 'I' \T IIIS\11t)! : of BII- Bureau of Coinmun, p pl
HOSTS
'. DOl'olhh'll Tille al t 111'' Mahe, nr.1 I, III| Ml and Mi inrt( Mis ,Joseph Julinno \'r: ; :>IODtlTPKNOOV: I 1IOID FINM :MEETING: were Mist Patricia. Cousins Atlanta, and J R BItrlct ., .
) I herlather
I"i Wells
r foi Iheh limn in M"tmh: \ ) < :N-; 1\1: I, l I""i III\' <;halt! III l Srwnll 11 Bit nti N \ nnnounre the A large! meeting 01 the Garden The Stoat TouilM I Club held I \i and Mrs! D at their oxt MI II.. who Is \'llltlI1K' I Engineer, Do, ,, e
) <':1111 blilli ol n: dawhiir f Jet)nt- Club ol Stuart was opened" by its final me thug for the winter hosts\ at dinner Sunday I II Lt 0, D. Cousins at rt" r
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:: ---- nt the In Cassa Terrace Ouests Works Agency, Bun. ,,
LouiseMl" Jllllano was theuu'mer Mrs Jean KntRer ol Cleveland season Tuesday evening home .. entt'rtahlCdal
was
1 of I II Field,
, ... r ; I MNi SUP LOUR( of EtuaitMl iniieflupen\ oy the chaplain, MisE WDln n's Club. iv was n supper I included Mrs. Jewel' Shorland Brandon Witham 17 by the of- munllv Facilities ,i ktj i
I MitT ("'lll'Rl'n oi MRIST s('IIATISTor : and Mrs Robert J, Ode- C Young, who sang The meeting followed by a varied I Havana, Mrs. Alberta I dinner March were stopped overnight \1"1
. VPK Palm Hcnih" IliirldaAiiiinnni 'Raid ol Pilnrrton Minn\ an. Lords Prnyt'r" and The Rosary,' piogiam) arranged by Mrs Al- I and Mr, and Mr*. Wells Brand-of I 1 IIrt'r| oj the t camp, Place PelicanRepair c

.i. .I nounci the birth 01 a daughter accompanied' by Mrs C Scott irtd Sharp and Doreen Sharp : on and their little grandson 1 laid in ''wpn'v, the

.1r FREE LECTURE CN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I March 11' at the Oeoigetown II The president, Mis \\Illnfoid Mis J, R, pomeroy gave n piano 'I 1 nmpaMis ; --- -
f hill lid Hospital In Washington/ D, C. Ransom Leach, appointed Mil solo Mm C Scott presented I ---- --- -- I I -
!Wr Odeiiard Is the forme) Miss five of her pupils who sang, '1 C F Williams left last
L Ashley' Albosast and Mrs. R
his U
Barbara Perkins, rtaught: of B Me-C illough to represent the Tile! were Julli Jameson, Ro- ) v'('k to loin 111'1'i husband at ,
t 'I BY DR. JOHN M TUTT, C 3 D.Ol : Mnloi and Mm Oeurn K. Perkins Garden Club al the Florida : beita Nunncr' Joanne Con- home( in .\\'on Lake Ohio Sirs I
Klllll.lt. ( ll\, VISSOIIIlf 'I, 1'1 i Waslilnuton and n Rranddauuhiei I Fcdelation of Oarden Clubs convention stance, Phyllis Constance and Williams) was loimeilv) / ne' of f ,
, I \ >nihn of, 'the, Rmird "r in'(unship III'l I hi- mother church, ol Majoi OenernlOeoiRe nt Miami Beach on May Jerry Smith Mrs Olenn Dt'Hel'l'y the firm oj! P old M Materials Are Still VII ,
'" I' tin I l'II'.t. ( Inn ih III ( hi".., :nniiixl llnMiiii. MnssiiliusPllK 8, Olbbs or Bewail Point : read two selections Miss -
Mrs We
\, Altetnat)( au I L ; I Scarce But Will Be CIA ,
I t IN THE CHURCH EDIFICE Lt and Mrs Harold 8. Spice :12,3 mid N'/rs Herbert H. VliKlnla Maehel gave several' Lemon J Juice C: Recipe Checks k ; To Help You Out With WI!
I'lii.l.i Kim" mil Ol"II 11.1 hi'< I'"nil unnoiime the nnlvnl of u son( I 32 visitors were introduced aceorellan solos Dr. Cre>mer Pain QuicklyI
I I short talk on Billy Sunday i Rheumatic Materials We Have Oi
1 March 10 nt the SummenllleHospltil I by the registration chairman gav> a
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 22 1943l I
, I/t \l I iIIri:I i (1'I I III) I.! ; Summervlllc S C. LtSpicei Mrs Leon E Ashley, Two > the Evangelist He was his ," ,,' ,,"',I;: : ',' 'i,',' ,"" ','" ;':., : l Hand

t d.II' BuiPh Cal UPW home on 25 hif', and Mrs, Finiieis Artuln' tapt) Heain concluded the pro- "r ".m I pd ,
VIMM) VOI! II I 11111 Ml". VIM: 101.1111.:. .1 INVIIID10l i I' I C,""...."J. ., 2 wtorris, 'I BEST!
d fa\, lin\o Mi and Mrs/ Rater cram wllh a most Interesting ( 1
welcomed the
I art u by preMclen '
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1'1'1'1 MiWorld's If : ,
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yY pirn< .of>1 this I'll0I.t' tin mwin Mrs. R B. MeCullouiih, chuirm.iiiif talk on India Illustrated with : .. nF',. :" ,P It 1; ,
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;", 'i\,il -.1 I: /! : I the nuninatlnp. committee re- cinlos from the' Client Di CVlnseid ,1', h. "
rtoxlpnrrnta. ,
I slevltawltr +wasvt a :_ 1 pulled' n unnnlmouH choice ol B. \ was offered a un- ,",J, I 101 Casa Lumber C c

"I, I<< ,\11U n 1:1.1: 'S ( IIVI'II: : I I fleers im the cunning year: I anilnniiM vote of :han: lor his I I'' .,

1i11E; MI-ITU : Mis 'L nch, pieslelont: MM, faithful leaeleishlp! ol the elubclu j
: DOG RACING I ,Fohn Edwin; Taylen, vIec-preal- :Inn (lie hposon .,1, PHONE 66
si uhdlii, $ Chnplri 01 the ,
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secondipepicsldenl: Mrs>>, L :1m": JIMSM; : ) MltS; ( STUART DRUG CORP
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i ) iI t iccitcl dish and
supper : Ashby Aiboitasl third vlce-piesl- I Gill; ('unT\1I( ( I'MtTI(
b")'ins' I1w'tinlIII{ / the mulish '
dent: 1\1'11 Howard Nenil treiturei | !Mis Edward Jones and Mrs.
Fastest GreyhoundsIn )hl.II'i i \fol1c1I1Y: > vonlnK nt 030:
I', Mm I, L. Dcckfi, secretary I Geoiee Bo\'d'rJ't hostessis! !
.vii'tdmt' i( \uic Mr, A, N, KlddM ,
"' ; Mrs' MiCiiDongh}] corros- I Sunday tilt;moon at a coektall PRE-OPENING ANNOUNCEMEN
: :1" AI hui ('huplx'IkaItlrs.Carl '
pClI1dlnl.SI'I'rt'IIII'Y\ : Mrs, CurtIs party: ut t theli home on Illinois
II:111,11 i :Mis D S Hudson. Mrs
Action Nightly Whltlciu assistant correkpond-I lA\enue' and Riverside Drive
,
( H AibciuTst 1 Mrs Ernes'l
Inc! 1It'\'I'ctAI': Mrs, E,, ('. Young. ''I Guests inpludcd\ Col), and Mis!1 ,
( EXCEPT: SUNDMStI I II' I t "II'i :Mis E J Smith, Mrs.
rhaplnln The club was (ransfur 1 John Q MacDonald (and her i TASTY DINER"
,
il \ AlbOlln,1.h'M' Paul !Hoen- "HASTY
r ,I l I1f ,, :MIS c M Unman, MissM med J Into u bower ol bloMtoms dauithtpr\ Miss Mliuerv Kirby', l
which lurliided azalea, ralendu- Mi and MI'S. Chalks'' Porter,
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: t'i' ilcii FI'IlIon( !Miss Marian Ho
Ins.: bauhlnle. zinnia gnlllaidla, Mrs Ethel 1 Porter. Mr and Mrs
I, NOW UNDERWAY# | 111.111. Ml: 's ;Myrtle. Dyei! Mlsi .
nostuitluns, >hf>ll lilies bogaln-; *! (' BnlJil Miss: Patricia Cousin LUNCHES
Dchur old ,
AI II" ) i i the Rev RI'h,101,1 -
| Milen' ut-'eratum pirlwlnkli) ', I < feu' cli' I'u'vl, Lulu!, trod! I 1.1 t
i :M Hitoi blossom. PARTIES ; ,
llnmvlni? orange H bpI I DesbnottROOMS -
DAILY DOUBLE 2ND, AND 3RD. RACES --- -- Jasamlne, Easter lilies! petunias : -
Nine Quimeljt meet KV/VII 1'1111|{ IUMIITHI pentas Klulmp plant roses, hibiscus -?I ABOX TO TAKE OUT '
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I gladiolus Ixoi: popple. : 1 v-j
TE LUNCHES
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NO MINORS ADMITTEDALL ; \\'"mi'n III i tin Hobo Sound :htallct'; sweet peas, petunia, .rj"\ i
("mll"d,, I \ ('liuirh save a bRiar I snapdragon ennd 'l'rtKI" s clnnisrrlniim I
and euihailst( lilies' !rn 36-Room Modern Hotel I JENSEN BEACH lf: ,
au1( I "I1W i nte i dam! during! the past -
STATE RACING COI.tJII5SION \
RACING UNDER With Bath. Hot and Cold = >
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EKpniilh beautiful was
\' ''k it Hnlx Round school a poppy
SUPERVISION 1 1 ''I''.) and made< over S1DO dol- bouquet;; sun i : in by Mi MtCullouih )- Running Water. Dining I i LOOK FOR OUR SIGN
Room in Connection.
:6r i III 1 oil))) (due ."I'Uclt'I(' ( An iiimemeni ol. How i
Inacl ,i till dnnilcd by the MS with accessories sitpenlsid I Reasonable Rates
I ALMiEACH churl' h I dub A food f > 1 sail with I by Mis A hl)('>', Mil Paul HoenRhel I UNDER MANAGEMENT OF D. COTTON
and Mis Tha ', 1 by Day or Week
P I'h'' bI,1'" i 1 bm sUPce-wt Th i I >ii! was 1)1
,ul hlblted i 1111 tables The guest
n !iuin ( "Illf0\ townid! Phone 2021SEMINOLE
| l)'ii ii clln 1 ... a i liuuh{ pal'aOlnage. i speaker 1 jt the alternoon' L M, I I FORMERLY PROPRIETOR ST LUCIE

KENNEL CLUB I -- : Johnson, AKrieultiire Agent, WR' I CRILI
I INNH.
;hilt\E: : If-Tl:! :K n.l I IHtMl I I lullodiiccd\ by Mis Aibogast. HP

I OPPOSITE VOiSRIsfN' HF1' D ''H.ll1 I tHITlm! ; compared the fa'ming area now i iI M, SAUNDERS, Mgr,

Oi, Bet-vs'!- ,Ie"d, I to lland 10 tears ago, the I OUR OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS WELCOH
Dane L"stci eclibrated her
I : flower production and "xpeilence ; Indiantown, Florida
WEST PALM t'r.ACH f i I111 J' bJ1'1 hilaunn.t'rllal'V! this In using Insecticides His talk
; 23 Miles West of Stuart YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED"BRACELETS" e.w
I \* ( ( k a: UK home of her painl "- was splendid, and Informative on '

1 _,.....__ I Mi: and Mis Andrew Les- I commeicial glowers ol vege\ .ib'les I

4 .1.-.1.I I II'! ,01 i Hob Sjiind Corsages ol I and flowers In Martin I county,
---'--'---- ,JlI1k 'sucitpcis were given: each Diirlni the social hour which
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I little\ must(\ pictures taken and followed the hoStl'lSf'IIll's.' : .

Mines played Gifts were open- I Hairy Beckman chairman, Mrs,
rel The cake was white with Conrad Albiacln Mrs. Berth: I

I pink and green decorations and r Keck and Airs, A. A. Whlticar i
I 6 pink candle] with om to grow 1' with Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar and SPECIAL !

on. Pink punch, chocolate cook- Mrs Lee Cazoit. Jet. l pouring\ ,
lea pink, white and chocolate served tea at a lace covered
I candles In little cups was solved cloth decorated In the St Patrick : (
with pink and white ice rieam l11o:1f: :
I I'Ihe I little gusts sang "Happ'Blithday >
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r j jI before blowing out Mlt, .\ ) MISS; fI11.1NIEES. : I
the candles GuestsPIP Rita
ntei:, Kathie DiMs Sidney ('I Unit.\hit; !SON S ItlTlKV( : : 1 AT $350

I i tV 51 VVlt/bTkei t ( ., Llna I Lois and Lillian Mi and Mrs Charles OI''I'nI I
I\ #,, I Black:; Linda and Zelda I Ices entertained Sunday with a
h .i Mm! Piulinc and Sybil Black !I I Chilstmns (dinner I I to (.t'I"bl'ut: I

''I :m I n Hi iii tie Sinn, Surtnne" Dla ,,I the i return i of then son Joseph
; round ;and Sharon LestoM ,. Ctie'ulu i,! I I Iu",nn Tklc') PINK GOLD YELLOW GOLD
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\ :1 1' : hl'l"i present were :Mrs n
?: ''"lI / ::I(! Ralph VVPltzbfttkpr, Mis Beta\ AND

"f111; DJVIS Mrs, William O: cei

7J/ilf i I Mn air;;; i James fit'Arthur: Black' Sims fits, :MI Jim l .


i J il '" Nichols Will! nn BlarkPi and Mis ('all! < v STUART SILVER"EARRINGS"

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Mi ,ind) 'Mis, William /.r 1 TO
Millie
MATCH
Get the finestRecapping "IKI'/KI' $125
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'01 out'tallied i at dinner i Sat'III
: tli\:; iiRlit in compliment In" Ml
Job iI : and :Misaltn I' Taylor oj \\ah Sprrlalize
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iBtoii it their home Grim 1 s 111

I Me''t nay Can Buy! I" leek eluded Ranch.Mi. and Others Mrs.present John I In-E Rental LADIES BIRTHSTONE RINGS $15.00

f : 1 7a/loi! MPs.t'ultcr Kltilnng" :
I Mrs Decide: Alexander! Mrs

-( [I Loon E, Ashley,, Mi. and MisC '
I Ear Information
CONVENIENT
R Ashley and daughter Jo LAY-AWAY
I Marie and Mn Lee Carol: li Real Estate Insurance PLAN
I tjcti and on John lee Cazoit
i _._ Write or See
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Arthur B Galnps. who hn EASY PAYMENTS
i JOHN E. TAYLOR
I been visiting his mother Mrt

Tire$1tO&11t H M Gaines for the past thie I Osccola Blilir. Phone 10IJ
!months has returned to ifs home' STUART
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i -! I RECAPPN6e I I MARINE STORAGE WEEK SERVICE


7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE I II


i k Coleman'sHome I HAULING AND REPAIRS : STUART

I I I II JEWEL SHOP

WELDING, MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S
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''ill'' & Auto Supply I VINCENT P. FOX and

.. I I BOAT AND SON

: Machine Service
4t Phone 147 Oughteron Building. Next Door to Stuart New

\ i PHONE 156W3 JENSEN BEACH Adjoining Kubin Realty


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THE muni NtU"-.,. sTIUIll. Mmlm Ctiuntt, [LOI"T lII'n-" '. MARCH; ll. I,IP,,I.: r'.cl< i. innrr

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Lt(' IS INVITED white elephants articles and I IOMrSTr\D: EXEMPTION: The American Ll'giOIl". litfst t I Hfl'lIh'11., ] tin ,
M I ( Him hits a trire thtli( handlcnps If tin( ''If
5IpSPITAL BFNEF1T Rifts to be auctioned will go to $300,000 FUND
nr\jii\E ISI'nIL 1 weapon" In attacklnu the ('niployment loci
,AND SUNDAY the Martin County hospital Mrs I 1 put pose1To Urmined
-- Anthony D Bullock Is general I p:1:1 1a\ the doacllliip for pioblem ol handl demonstrate to employers 3.-To fainlllarizi .hi : '" I,

public Is Invited to the chairman of the event SET ASIDE FOR P renrn Auu nMhss.rcur riling: application for homestead" capped veterans.Produced how safely and efficientlyhandicapped public with the backernnorl< ,
exemption, Tax Assessor A, C, ..
,
" fitl (lower cirnlval at the I I for The American pi'rsoiu can handle the problems faced \1)I I i
I island BeaCh club Sun- !Eating with forks was not (ti arson, who handles" the apiKntlons exacting; : and rrhponslbli jobs handicapped.The .
p| ernoon: Proceeds from known In England until the reign STATE COLLEGE ,; foi both the city and I Legion by the American Mutual 2To demonstrate" to hantli- films will be given i pllhll

e r ,nI all trees, 01 James I. I <'ount\\', repotted today that I Alliance an organization: of rapped pPI"0I1 themselves who showings by the 13501)( ) ]IJ"I( t

flowers I I some hundred home owners major mutual Insinnntc com mil\ IIIM biffnne itiornu rated( The American Legion th'11'I.''' i
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r ---- -- have failed to return the blanks/ punlti active In the Industilal how' '' ,
s. : readily Ihse\ ran (}\ >I'I'OI11P out the nation
$425,000 Dormitory First on mailed out by his office --. .-.---- -- -
List of Extensive Building
See U. For l than
t LES 8s a thousand application -
Program at Woman'sCollege
have been sent In, In answer -
""' Repairs' andVICE' 1
k 'r-T:: to 1 1.100 blanks mall d
(!!! I, ': by .
Parts ) tht office, PIANOS <
TALLAHASSEE Constructionof

a new $425,000 dormitory unit

at Florida State College for I LT.: CULPEPPER 't '
ARNOLD BAUER Have >'/ou ever been through a
I
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Up Women is planned an part of I II bakery? last wick I was takenon LAt miuic grace your h. h a piano designed to meet your
a tour through one of t the coun
uVt 5/Eucie Boulevard Phone 142-W I the expansion program at Florida I try's new, large, 1 modern bakeries WINS\ CITATIONFormer particular needs. We have a fine slock to choose from Grands, small
I State> College, -and I wan simply amazed at the
ninny precautions taken to assure and medium size: uprights, and spinnet type MirrApianos which are
(;1.. 'I The new dormitory U designed ;i positive sanitation and. freshness of
1.V o to accommodate 280 studen the bread, rolls, and other things Port Captain Now I guaranteed like new. These pianos are popular name makes-Cable,
wA tt o o that they turn out in Just mountainous
On a s Plans are to be submitted <|unntitle Stationed In Virgin I Gulbransen, Steger, Hamilton, Schultz, Kimball, Wurlitzer, and many
101 bids in May on the north I Ltd know that bread( wrappedIn Islands
\ x dup Is scarcely I touchedby :I I others. W* also have three player pianos which are in excellent: shape
win,* of the physical education human linndi between baking ;; .
Ol building( This construction, fOI.1 o|>eiation and delivery to you? I t: c. S Culpeppei LSCO New and used player rolls are available in our stock. These pianos can 1
was Hilly fascinated as watched captain of the port at St \
which $200,000 has been provld- this process, As>> each loaf cf bread Thomas, Virgin Islands, former be purchased at prices to please the most conservative purchaser Termsif
ra hat been on the approvedlist comes from the otk'n it U automatic captain of the port here has
nllv wrapped in a waxed desired
ol the permanent contitnic- )paper) that it odorless l and tasteless been awarded a citation by the
0 lon plans for some time, as one and <,f course, absolutely snmtarv. commandant of the U S Coast
01 the badly needed additionsto As:it\ \Is uinpppil, it pnngcft through 'Otiaid, Washington! D C for
the COIIEgp. Its constructionwill in I ilcetikally, heated machine 1 that
: outstanding; performance of
melts t h.VR'C temporarily autoinatKallv -
pI'obablrE'qul1e' 12 months. I sealing the cndx The ''duty as Coast Guard captain of II
funds I in the amount l of $300- I Imkci,' explained to me that this 1 the port at Fort Pierce, Seventh I II
000 have been set aside: for the bent M'llmir creates a perfect. )pro- I Naval dlstilct,' according to
t wrap
construction of' a music school I rlo-UK I thai safeguards the fiesh-" I worst l'I'achlnghere, BRUBAKER MUSIC COMPANYThe
unit which is to be a part of a I 111'81/1nd actually seals in the flavorof j Ll. culpepper] who was but t ti

larger building; incoipoia an your) hremh 1 "I i irruitlj tronsfrrrcd to St.
And,. n'. to keep 1 hreadfresh
,, ''i MARINELAND auditorium' with a capacity of after H'the easy loaf has been' ']'homn8all in charge of the Palm Beaches' Most Complete Music Store

:.r FLORIDA 1,500 Plans call for the beginning I opened! I Inc found that by carefully I Least Guard surf station here I
of construction on the re!.dimini\ : the. waxed paper prior to occupation of the south 2C6 Datura Street West Palm Ceachi

-I i I music building In the late sum- I viapplntr, mv I tend stays moist I each( by the U S. Naval Amphibious -
and"I fiesh much longer I con save
mel 01>i this ynu', The audltoiuim I 8"1'1'1I1'hI"' if bread, every week, TiainiiiR base In the ,
unit will be added to It as And, with the thimwfpnpers ( ,nly stages of the war'hel1 ------
'oon as funds are made available inlion( telling us (If the starving submarine warfau was being
otice[ |people) of }';ur< )pp- and.I the> nerd l to
to TaxpayersCity by the state The present send I praln and 1 fond to them staged t off the East Const of
::lUdttorlum of the college holds 'isn't hit( Inca 5V way to help I rloilda, Lt Culpepper and his i New Arrivals"Freshy" r
loss than two thirds of the en- If all tin. millions and,I millions moil had a "busy time of It."
,ullmcnl ol the collcte!; r>f AmiiUnn 1 houwwiceswouldtake<1 i Mrs, Culpepper and Ilttle;
this slmi) lo 1 precaution millionsunit
of StuartUR Work Is continuing on the ad- million of loases of bread daughter: Patricia Ann, I lift
cltion; to the History building, would l be. saved for boss who needit :Miami\ by plane Friday to join PLAY SUITS
which a* a cost of $100000 no \badly In Europe! their husband and father Another -

will provide 20 badly needed ---------.--- I daughter, Miss Fay, who

classrooms: offices! and woik-' The Scotch parliament banned I ,s II sophomore In high school
COUNTY ASSESSOR MR, A. C, COUR. looms within a new wetksMOKI golf in 1457 because It Intelfcr- I heic', is remnlnlng until the close r e

>N, IS NOW RECEIVING eel with "of 1 the school. year, !
archery.Amdianapolis _.______n__ Don e
: '; ,tP.OI"I'. Nelly
for homestead Incl, is one of the I LEGION FILM AIMS \
N N1M Applications exemption REALTY SALESContinued few large cities In the world not I TO AID VETERANS t v\\ *

(Applications for widow and disability ex situated on a navigable river I _
emption I t\Washington new 10 annuls Dresses
( from page One) Yale" has 20 freshmen wIth la- I sound motion picture entitled 4"Li.LIIJ (

{Returns of tangible personal property crosse expeilence No Help Winter!''" Js I J .
elude! Salerno Shores waterfront,
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{Returns of intangible personal property old b\' RoS. D!ringer to I

Thomas F (loran 01 Waterford, I i
I 1 Jing of applications for Homestead Exemption Conn the west hall of block

'mption hit office from will Municipal also constitute Tax and application his office for 1 I. Salernr Shores sold by Frank I We Want the Following Help: Styled for SpringMary

Rush to Rose Dt linger; the C.I I
ll attend the submission CASHIERS
| to of all applicationsthe '
I L Mooney property in Silerno
( Municipal Assessor. | to Mr. and Mrs Virgil Calvin COUNTER GIRLS S3

parate application for Widow's and Disability Ketchins Poi Salei no lots 5 and SALAD WOMAN s

emptions must be filed with his office and also, [jth your City Assessor. I met Mrs Leonard Smith from BUS GIRLS LaneWOMEN'S
I Emily Cornell of Palm Brach
Tangible Personal Property Returns must bed ('ounty.I PORTEPKITCHEN

both at the city hall with the city tax assessor I Bessemer Properties, Inc, of HELP
d] at the court house with the county tax assessor, I Delaware bought lot 89 of Gomez

order to avoid penalty as provided by law. In- Grant from Mr and Mrs William SHORT ORDER COOKSChisholm's Suits

gible Personal Property returns must be filed I I E. Marlotte of Hobe Sound:

ly with the County Tax Assessor. John) W. Stokes purchased lots CafeteriaSTUART

r and 23 in Hanson Grant fiom
|We urge your cooperation by attending to
your live joint owners; Anne Mae- Select Your Easter Suit NowMatched
x matter before the deadline. Remember, Aprilis I
Dowell sold acreage on the Palm
the last day on which to file, so please file ,
City road to Otto Matousek and
fly and avoid the delay which is always experied -
L A, Arbogast purchased icsl- Commode Sets and Bath-
during the last weeks. dentlal property In section 1 01 ,,,1% \ ; -, room"Sets. Shag Rugs In Whites andWhite

AXES DELINQUENT AFTER MARCH 31st St Lucie estates from Josph ? Putels

Haller 01 Cook County, III.
Pay Now and Avoid Penalties

KIMFTPPOITFI) Panel
DID( ou ENJOY '' JT wA'T CA0 THE aOONEq 'U WAd UP
L. B. EURIT MY 'ie, ekreeT S V"A"'. '0 TMCTTNATLAr7
Governor Millard Caldwell to- .. v' j'I', T, ..... My i"1 I
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day announced reappolntment J
v CURTAINS
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City Tax Assessor ol H. B Kraft as member of the 1 I'I c ;, FEED STORE
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Welfare Board for DIstrIct 10 I.., I,, II AR[ MrR[ DPNDAPL' [ M
I9
I Kraft was filling the unexpired sr. ) '- "" to ) _'ra-"e''DONERVDU Loyi'1...." B: $2.95 and $3.95 a Pair

term 01 M R. CartvulghtRICOU'S ('s '; ,' I I
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I FANCY SHORTS .
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Made by "Good Knit" Elastic Sides. Gripper Snap Fronta. I

1 t Sixty Smiles An Hour ServiceFROM \
O. P. A. Price 70c All Sizes. II

I Hill: :2! PO A CthTOMFR; "'
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THE HAPPY LADS 100% WOOL TROPICAL 1 !

MEN'S ST L A C K S WORSTEDS. TANS AND II I,

HAS THEM! KENNY, LEON and. JACKJUST BROWNS



DON'T GIVE UP IF YOU FISH OIL ARRIVED SOAP, 5 Ibs, for $1.50 'Stradivari'i i (I i
/t'
RED ARROW SPRAY, Small 3Sc| Large $1,00
Kill All Garden Pests

HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT YOU WANT ELSEWHERE, KRYOCIDE WITH COPPER 75c
,3 SPORT SHIRTS
KRYOCIDE WITH CRYOLITE 75c a a'

ASK US. PESTROY 25% DDT SPRAY MIXES WITH ,
ONE QUART OF WATER $1.50 + :,,3 AS FINE AS SKILLED' HANDS CAN

SAF-KILL RAT POISON 60c MAKE }

BETTER STILL-SEE RICOU'S FIRST Liquid Fertilizer 1
HYPONEX THE MIRACLE, Small 25cj Large SOc 1 t
BLUES TANS I'
CANARY .
COME TO THIS STORE FOR YOUR GARDEN
TOOLSI! FISHING TACKLE! PAINTSI! MARINE SUP- NEEDS THIS IS OUR BUSINESS TO KEEP ON MAROON
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HAND THE NECESSARY ITEMS YOU NEED TO N ;
SUPPLIES!
PLIES! HOUSEHOLD NEEDS! BUILDING -IR k. A i '
MAINTAIN A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN AND LAWN

EXPERT REFRIGERATION SERVICEICOUHARDWARE i.wM,4tW \A '; ;
MEMBER COBOOTS ::

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AVENUE PHONE 38 PHONE 76 J STUART. FLA. Jrd

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I \bl. UI'n "'11I. S'll Utl NLNS,; sUltI'1.11'1111' : 1'"lIh.' IIOItlDA( Trn.'USIM1.1t1I 1\\, '!"" .. ----- arc urging, all *
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STUART TIGERS LOSE WORKERS. (ml ss it and If: It will' I and 'm Dot p

I ', tuar't \ "Shade and Ornamental Trees TO BOYNTON 43.32 ALL higher, nonthly benefit' I have doiii comment some*,'

mb Nll.$ : "Many workers. 65 oi" 'I I social security _a ,',
Stuarts Cagers motol'l'd.II\ ) CONSULTSECURITY not realize that when t
SHOULD see us on our visit ,
Ilomcslcad to play In the Dlsll"l.t I I derab.e.( time from &
For South Florida And Cuba"By ,'o, s \ 10 a. m Tuesiay
)',.bl.III'(1 I I, (tu'iv Thmsdiiy utl| louinnmcntat Rctllind Sluait'._ ..mployment, for any %
the court houseROTARY
.st uul i t MirtinCounty: Floitda| opponent was a sciappy Boynion AGENT whatever, or when Invillng"C C

L\ blll.u'D.III I )' News, Inc., alI I DAVID STURROCK &. EDWIN A MENNINGER i quintet which maintained a good pay goes down theli Mt
Flurul.t I i 1 l'olllomtlon i record the past season' winning md survivors

''r 17k Fun 'tad I .is ..I'cond.cIIlMi mail (Iff.id IIKII il fonts("' / lot it\'(1kl) this play 43-32, Security Manager ,Ills may 10 down also. \ I CLCSTUART
: l So-ial
i 111.1'' t( .tl the post ofTlcc al that u
confect ncccenter
.}' "* sin,111 1 loilda, under the Act lu,,, tli in\.ilti.i ol, rdilili! lolliigc iinm' IlIlIIily I !yinips:' liaxe pin. i Ed was Howard again all hlgh-acorcr( for, Urges Workers Tuesday to Contact I nTU icallze saiy Infori \ I I t'X'yi M..,. Wa5''

f ,It ] >011.II'l'h i : 8. 1879I ,Inuuu'd,,. |1""II.ulIl's., UK \ltixx\\v i.omit wlikh iiiitulni.' in,mvHi ,, etuait with 14 points, followed Him Next office to prevent \ DR, C)1AssLUty'HENRY
our
1'I;Y :;. A FREE PRESS :.11: I YEAHIf'!' ( !VEHMCESUBSCRIPTION "'' ut (link'i, 'lK'cI's.| (lien mil "'lw,1'! | to 1\1'; lnllii}; IIltrlld \ ,' t ton ;, I by Folks and Kramer with 0.Players Kininth' t Valentin MmiBei bineflU rain,:
: I' ,illli ",i In 111'1"1'111; ) disc llu' (sure: nnilv I wlikh mill.lim (lie' the trip were Social Security! | onl\ ""-
'A and ,IJ ..:,, ,", I...," ,, ,... ... ..,. ...'..,, I'riMiinlild: lvv I'uisiiN' O\k. Itts rlr.1 although, !! tin, M\\o I 'un iMtlUntin Howard making Jim Bow den, BobParks of \the office at west num: "SO. weie.- -net ifI
I '10 "'" I '" 'I" "or.' ''''01' Ed Boards Held -
'r ,IrI,... ,.Ii.h, ,t ," 't """ I. Ai,."I., "L. ( |11t.IIIIII&N| & In hilt, Imiillv !poup' In loin, .,,tilis ahem tin, Robert Oictnc Al Pcd- l lulled a rennndei i
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lFHEE PEOPLE .., .. ,, ,, ... Beach, today
"191 "r .Ir r.' M' nu t ul.h CONTRACTING
: hd. 'II'', I r",.. xN' ,,,.,,If.l.xraMrh .. nn''_.I Ins. 1"'tuu' fuliililihlicil; siilliiitill\' to IM loiiiul moil or lot* crson. Jerry Shlpcs, Emeison thai workers who have reached ELECTRICAL
1u1, M" ., I."v. .,,'.. ii II.. add., I it I is mmlK:" n.lihh(1 I I In topic, |HII.|| Tin.,' Its loliaur.!: mid.. Its and Johnny Lorenzo, been employed I 1
(( have
'"'' r '" ,I, '"''' I" ." k miter II65.\: and WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
i I, .,",",, ,, ". 'm.rev,, k"" INII, uN I1) mils lit ii ills lilt' tillui, In IIIL"! iilllilllli| ( "s is |II|n\. fill, to llu, Bob Hal 1'1'11. former Stuart In Jobs covered by thc Social'' EXPERT
kJ3S& "rh 1/, ? I",,, r.F 11",1 I au'I,,, I tin iliiiiHil Mills .. liner' "IIII'\lII"II'fI, In ( uln. : YOUR JOB
Ib-- : UK l : \: u'n1)h1 High[ fooball: star, has taken 'eiuilty Act long enough to biinsmert LET US ESTIMATE
\ w _. H._ __ "' ,ths.ns, link iMiiki' 'IftiK ul ill suil. iriulv far p1.IItillJ, old- I
( up IM | ;' coaching. dutlw.; for the remainder theli,
F.1'11'I''- \ "11, .V" I. .:.---j"; ;: !"..".. over [ 'may "peg" Underwriter'. Inipectioi
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II' I.I' 1 I I1)' 1,1.' ,. N Mutt.I_ .' "I. ".,"t 11'1 I tin milking( UalU In "Th TI'oJ11.1.) ( ;nips" Durrrlt\ sprats] olI of the season while, and survivors insurant': Our Work Passes
RATES I 1..1. MVMII i\ IKJIIK u iiitlli lixKlii tin. ,ul' |{gnu. |x>Uiillal Miliu .\ Conch Ghailts Kindcd) has le- age:j-nefits\ whether oi not the' of Appliance Repaired
r i isiiiibk. sl.iml, of MAV IIIIH iinikl. piiHlnti\ In, liuil unil I ill.IL.I; ', tout clIo l his former position a' soon All Type L
a. 13.1 'I." 1. I. I. plan to i attire(
I ,, .. .. ,, :.:.!!. Mill, I inns (IlK' Milinur and! viiliK.. ol (nil piixlinid li\ (the sum' coach nl Miiyvllk: College, Ten reminder" Valentine
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"r rnl rr "" r"rt'I. 1).a" .r.rt f'h "
.. .. .. ..10" ,rr.i, ,...,, .",. .. ,.. .... ,,' u.l I ),1 I (Msllln' g4ata(;I \\lllllMI' III. M\MC II |I. "lollllll III H |I"tllll'| | t te llI nu i: haI.e Intended to help prevent Electric Service And Repair !
,. ..'I, .., ,,'.. .. ,... ,, ,, ., said "Is t
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''I '"'''' I I""t." I .3.' th. r"bI .un "r oil. N1r I I pnlnrvl, to, III' I Mil III. ijjll: lll'lll llll UIOIIIIll:' ,IS Ililjl. : .IS llll tall),' IIIII loss ot/ ,bemflts bN old |
'- -- ---- any
Atk5lni.a I. ,'It.-I 1 lit: A'SSD1t1'EI( > "1'tir.HH I,, ei woikeis' who may lone thcli; PHONE 308 DEHON BUILD,
Mv..iii 'Inul I is mil VIM ,ilisinhli I, I i, ."i,Ikmi\ lies its II HIM,"i ii i suffer icducilon In
UNITE lobs, may
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101 fan VETERANS ,,t i).nil. ..ill.. liullii, bun' Ilii, Irntt't ili nut,' "' 'f'1I1, ti ili s..", I I"i tl,",iss RANCHERS lose lonsldci- I
I "Ial I pay, or may
|1".1, 1 .n..iu\\ pliiilsiiK' mull'sli,..ilili. .is Ii oil liii milking, : urns ItI".IIot", !.li able time from work because ol ,
1'1"// I I..int I ii Ii'ailing ti niov in n nj.' I"I"nida, ilium/ : \ "IH\ In i MI 1'11"111( fin nii.il, (,..illli I 'oi HIIIVMII/ MMIIIIII of ,lobs I
ktluiiugi late AJAR AGAINST! linE* or a change
I ',,. It" In triMiitr( free lots tn. \'d""I"I"" mid mice/ title! "II I,Iv It.'N' ,I )llUl:: IMIIIllHI I hXlilS| ill. Illli /; III III IIIVISIS 'TO I Onre a benefit' I is pegged, b:: '
1 "tIl, i ,Mi j 1 in ii piofitublt' w'ay' ol 1 jfftliii" ,.till| |.dtlin| ,.focal ., (llll, t'''''IIUIII Oils (10111..11'1..1 III (tl", IlilMH. .I |lx.'H1lllillljlV.. III I Inn I : lio worker or former workeii I Barbara TroxiSoprano
"Pt' '''i 1',1''' ,II h ,'a i .tin,' tax loll. 4. 1"'IH.iI i lIllv I (iutovMi; t in ,nnilv, group! 111,,iv iimke (tin'in iindisii', Mi IIII'i milking, 'ow. OUTBREAKProtective slid "It cannot go down. But
I''loledit i 1,1', u'.ult t I I"t* on ft"' hand.. (, iltli. ..inirv fnml' ,nl 'tin'' kit III 1 .ill tin ( ;Kim, ti""p:' !hilt< FEVER I I'' may M ip If Iht'ol'k.,1' get .

(Otli.' "..1 1 "tlu.I i :.I tItizraa i have ,jointd in a lot <,l f \tall\ In si' liits sullir sets reels' Irmn Immslnj" ,\{ .11111111'1111I11', sliinlnl,,. SOIIIILinnliiN I I ,('II lob u' Inciei'id pal Tin
//j' ilhlll' ? I IIi.' ,HUnniiiK' M.IV.III/ ( min Thic uttiu 10111..1111"' nlwi iilinliiil l 10,1' i,.,itlli. lint their limn tli 1 pi: utlIIHS I b n" id will ,uralrulatl( ,!(' the \brut I
u. li'ldin< i 1 < 1-1" Inc.i the IHIVH I hut. the lob pay too little t tit II ml make. tlK'in't.ry .wit., ;tludniv.. .. is browsing. ( "ulints, 'l 1\\ i i.s{ ilIn I Meafuie, Under
III" : tin 1 >r, ". : cost ol. hou 'iiiff. A man without u horm '''I \Viistiilhii(, \ ... gfinin .lit well liked. l h v t.,itlli ban' tin tad I sin nod" way to Protect County'sLivestock ;'IJ' I
1- ,,11 its -old 1 .1 t i plight i I') H 'man without a cotintrV and si('in niiticiim\[. I>IOWKIJ| ( \nilylit nod hits.,, v lo IM ml il I, MI' again,\ III inuv I Apamtt Tick '
'u" trilll' "', lllid com first: \\ ith title t ta) a lot tit .,ils, Infestation \\' ill 1 1:1']: Presented J In :

< 1\\ l1'j l 1'01", '" .-1..11,1:. lioi. 'row' "til'I'u'ii nl I(und ., to oietl\ .norm Uii., .IIlIht.1l111i1l1, { /lainilv gent I'1111 idllilt lullim, .! tuts is the( L..l'\lh i Na: u
"I t III'I I Litt: I t i L 'I i l'i > I Lands. Minimi. nil ol tin'm .in edible unit, liiJlv).: di I (csti1>1iml '' I The 35 members of t tw! :\1.1'' Fort Pierce School Auditoriun

i, \\'il'1, I i I, :n, 11 I 'In* muteiuiU lnm Arm' comps l am1( III 1 "Ill.I. l\Ms| of |{iii\\tli in In IH ulipliMi. to v ,in 'inn t tvptx III l tin County Cat1el11en's: axis 'i", I
\Iy. h/l-" I"'j', >j.! ttt'ied" HIM lo t ilk.,; und loiintitK, vvltl .'d,) nil iiiililiiins, Th111'1' lilvjlilv: suit. ,,ibli, lor llu, pinposi ol (.rest :'on nut :at the Seminole Inn ..itindUnlown \, I' 'rilUJ:,im'. :MARCH 21st I
IeI, I 111tindi,. 1111',1 i I "H tin priority lint, > muniiliial/ offlcltildnni ',-tin 'I II I.. most miitiiiili,, 11.111111", | ol tins large' I iiuiU .m' IH) ,\ nlii lost night to mill'| I
"h t ;1111"1'i i and ti'iiirible' appittiatl) .n ot Iht'"RI' \1'11/1./' / / 1'iiliiiillMiiiii" DullHiulii/ ii/lliiniii; anti (iiMiliiinta/ out a countywide piogiam mil i I"" '1"" I'1,1 AI sltn:; (> P, M 1.

.( i I"..in( ., .i! 'h.'- men with u )PI'IIP'I') >| toonnation) ( dl. il 1'. Hun, .u"' .,ilsn. grille| u. ,niiinlK\ i ol' sm.illi r Kruipliiiii III this i (InniKII Iii8pectlon) \ schedule of approximately 1- tint rlttt, : Kr \U fcSi .
IWnl1tT
1 In it-:, !iI' I 1,1"i hi a better i chance than r.11I11cltll'C! which ...It lllllt..llll tills Sllit 111>ll' for (Ills 'Iulxlw', 1'111' C:>MIDI, llll, .\IIAIIIIIHIii 25000 head of livestock s '.m' \\iifcst, itiniii -
,i.r'i in II"" I"I "'t-.lrtrluped i 1 1111t1I\'I'I""I'II\\t.d! (! ana) I. \It.".""II', .nil. tin 'Iniiii ill \IK.Ion ti. this Iantlh. 'I'hev art all. In the county I ''A to RI.,(' B\' i' ; I I'll Ki( rON( ( >: ( LIU Sl'I.\TIO I
Till I t1'i ,.l, i :Slunrt:: has l 1'4"'l1lh' taken' ovu seven utiifI 11111111. in, tin'n nillvt. u'inns' mil .,IK' 01 I high.: ec.'Il''ml.llm' .,isiitnkmil An outbreak of tick fever In I "
,, I: t .I I ; t i I in a residential/ di-tiitt near" the xi hoo''! both in (mil-piKU md lnliuiJi: ". Ol tin I first/ ifioiip: llu soiulliilIllllx npighboilng cou tIes, where x Leap and Bounds Admission 1 Membership!; : Card! Only

"llIl'h I. ttI,. t I'I, hai'd linni thi stile 1"1'I Ii'*> than *looi ,, "I tilts llll leuu's Ol' ,IIIIISl t SJHIHS lllllt.llll ,tNt) Illlllll ,lidhI'r' quatantlne measure are being N C.ice Attain, We Feel .I lflG"17nunibii!) '."hip I eaid" .ue available at thi, (',
'i iii'i dll' "U h,ivi" (utiunuilHtid, In t iiiotinil, fi21:? ()(i w hitVi'' mil lluv in' .,its,, i tidier I,, hitter. t in, I tasty' (tutu' .ii'tfii\ !Ltr, luting. l h.\' lallli, ., cnloiced alerted local lancherawho It 1 Our Dutv To Remini1 N bar of tommnci! oi t Hciton'; in. Fort Pierce orKt t ,
) "]t'Irt: I I I.,.t! ;tuts', / indiv idiuil ovvni i linn l come 1'11/\\111'41/ with ''111'\ .u33 .ili'"i ilmllv) Inn uu\ 'at tiiiiKsilv iliirlnn Ili evil l si'in'nl) requested stale Inspectors to I I I 1 toll As ;a i House i March 21nt New: members me invited to heir
r dat.I ... .\ : i 'insiniiiiilv,; ;' 24 lot* i in lM. "h"' could wt'lIlll'' tins ell, urovvii on Inul iiiulii, unditlons tint will net' poxv: .i make a thorough check In Martin a Cftnci Tin: YourI bare Troxell tin ]presentation 1916-47 card( E
hit ut', )j"lnl',. buildi i fm'IjIICICI 1 <>(> men, iliiuliv; trivirirthi) !.."I! st.mil ol \grass[ I 1.1'11' ; .slits i"I'I i Ilfllll'i Hat, -\\onds, .mil pilimlli. county to certain what FIREINSt'BANCEC 1: M
I :" I II t I.f," buck taxes due on the' prone'itv;'. in ,is wild Ii.. ntill/iil i in ills m,,titer i 'fur tin di\i'\lopimnl. of( (Ion" 'siMvtini protective measuic. If any fhould Be Pioport
With luiildlnjf hum" (amp' Mmphv\ ;'. now being HI(ujrhti ( MK 'il planliiiKs( IIf liiiiWMiiu' tuts vMiiilil, lie inoii ilisiiililili should be taken In order to a Ion U ly INCREASED! It Complete and mail with remittance to I Pan> I,

I i.i .; 'ht'' I t'eteruuscummjlteit' the Stuart! Kiuiini. club. thi / pin stmils, UK Kiiivlli: vvoiild In 11111''u n,itiu' il mil, tin lullIUIIHHI avoid Infestation of the fever' and AT ONCE;; V.e h h't ('unuit A "-m iOIl. Cox 71'!!I.> Foil Pitici" Hi
", i II'I''ablti" d section ol hi' city could Id niiitli into nn atM ;I I .,illr.uliM\f lilt! lo v ,iiiilinn mil .l'Il'o-ll'dillll liv tin, .mfr 1 ).iKllu carotnii ticks. I s'. Urge! You 'n,I Call r e I
ittivt' park, colony; .Im' men ,who hat'*' /iituinid from h, '.11'11,.i pliiitmus slmillil IK vuv, In oni I in imiiilx-i III spiiks tovilnt DI Vaia, veterinarian ol tin On Tills \Iilte !NOW: Send following 1'H6-I7!) mimbciship cards( ( ;

/ "I I t III make their homehti" v and to !'.*! nhlish. tmelvvK. tlu vial (In Ixttir ".I''l1illll Im, lain plrnling 'llu' ,''er pusintonlljit State Sanitary boaid and two [o AI'l'I.T I I at sin each
!I' /.1IiIW/ i ( 1It'I\I"1I| ( cattle nun, mil t"I (' lousUi, mix Ii.IM' In Ix' take, asslslants began Inspections ED MAPP NI NIII
al know Ii' the clillai, Wednesday moinlng on two G Srilh\r));: at $5 CI'C h.
It MI\ .I
estate only tin njniUKi 11111 iinisiilinitioii, in some'' il tliu, plaiitint: Iliis tonlliit Incise
,IIII', the in'flnltilll.1.,1..* ot home ownirnhiii\ in a torn- is iniiri ol (tic Umpfiute Mini a here' "p'",i/iity. i is niissililt. iniK .i stol ranch:/a, L M Johnson, conm 1 LM-IV Klnil of ( Muiiliuiindir 18 >'en is of age )

n ,n nit\. inn not IK valued 1 in dollars and tents. When/ put ol tin. Mai In tin. ilnniiti' II I( Miiillu' liiiiiili! ,, 1lJtioJlh,,,, ansiitli ,' agent. explained that, like mosquitoes III'III',I IK'" Sijriud' I
'" h n air couple receive I I tills to pi' >perl\'. undxdMU. In null. that)" a ii impiumlst stems pnssjltli. thunij.li; a i iiiintmiiiliou "I 1 laud I. there are cattle ticks I a IMiiino p1 1 l 1',0.() \H4li" : I
1 '. i it tot home purposes/ / they; In'tome hoi. lull, "tock<> -Ituld.. uood tnnlxi, lues and! hW\\hlllllr'l'. !{ l In 11u I iiituil i.nijji nl I I.nil) which carry disease and tints ,
''I 'I i.>. in the ('OI'I'lIl'lItiIJn'hkh' i 11* the city itnell. They I !bctonoIIHI ?('111"11II'K.' ....' l brasdng.. luck timid U toinbintilvitli' ; II i pi'ait milliiislilion which are not bearers of the Addl"" s"
,. ."w iitr-of the tilt'. their peenanal! intinets ben me ('n. / MII! mi (li\' iiittrl.nitlnu] tlu' ijiilik nimvinji" Ii ',111111( tutsis fever virus "Only by sampling) \ :'" \ +- '
twined with the, \\1'11'111' I'ntl growth nl .Ilw! toipiiatioi the ticks from various cattle In .
i : tutu to' growth:... lui' tin slovM i PIIVMIIK( tmilM i tins Mtii tin loud --
and their, VHIH| In 'hi t' minimi: '\' i i. in, "iiu-id. a hundiu1lold VM" nl, titular bees IIIM itlniiuil II itisonaMi! height( ,md, slnn.thllu all parts of the county and havIng sl

Fht'v put down routs that tri dun' ntotivit. bu"i- I .' ulihli. 'Inlingi( lipinus! itniltl IH lilt down gi! iilnullv, lor. llu} i'.ittlilo the parasites examined by
tics. !. /mid d\'k ble/ I L.'t'n: plant thi si' ll't'I'\I1:\ < h'I'I'I cal.lust ol lii>tiint tn-is I put loilli, u !Mionu!! Kiimlli of sprouts liomIn the state laboratories can It be

I --. I stump ..dttr( Hilling ul d this. Ii-.,itun( 1'11,1,1111' ntili/'itl. udml, "1,1In' ; asccitallied If the fever tick Is OUR PERSONAL CHECKINAC.COUNT ( t
pi,.Killing ,minium ol lulling! I III, d i sleu.ly'.apply of !nliiii;" TIN I ), breeding here. he said When
LETTERS to the EDITOR "i.sl1)fne,. ol tillli, llinniflioiil,,"' llu, Iimlil l |lllIlItll',1' /, 1 Lilt' kupI this report comes In rattle own-
whether not
I luau, the llu In/, .ml si" pi',illv Ii',,aid, in I"usl plmllu' ( ll u ,,mid C"b111, know or a
1.errlhrlrss II hi, .. iniiil, real war Is to be waned[. hi add
Idifoi 81 nil N' usTliih sun' 11I01'1' In On point to sipnili I hue is isI
SERVICEWAS
I p"h', vvlitn tiiiimi, is (tlu mini ,1011',11011.. md sit I ,isuli puin '
,is u dillgliUul plicc Each to his own" opiniiii) but, I ,.,mint 111(11 loi I,,, thnlni, will) nlluis( fur" laucl'-pasliiu, I
and puhups ,iitttl In tin minority pray, that Stuart \\ III nut be- In .t i rlll'c.1 \\lnu grazing: .; ,is |pi i.itliitd i'.IK' 'iniisl, IN Lukas, lo I rdBLOOMINGDALE
rooic lot bcuutlliil loo be modernized. In life there Is a function "Mid IIH'I'.r.ru/.h.1t{.: linl!>v (il.mi",'im; nuiv IM., ,loll,' In the liiiiliutliiiiiili .bar',
I fir Miami and for tlobi Sound ; certainly there is' a inert in thi ),. ( ), stiiullv! ol final.Ihrn',, limUr! mav In 1I'fIllI.II'1 I II III tin,
i ,I.world of compel lfton fo. a pot where one nm\ relax and '.llth Illlllllg' till) InrtNtiNlli'dtai'' | III IlKSVillU. Ol (II III' Illlllll, I IIvpi Inllrj. ,: STARTED JUST 3 YEARS AGO !

I Ii. lilt hont cntnllon, ,lust Itlxtiuly I soil, stalUiid si mils .il., Hindu, tins 'thisvniild), mats. p '".,,,1.1 Ii, TO BUILD PIER
II i 1-,: hind loi II Noilluinei( aiiilK,' lelMio" Oml IR true, ,
| .i |M' "un"'un' 'nl t",,itlli' iiiilnsliv' nn pan'i "-11I1II'lIill.II.II"J.: I .. I Inn nnhlIs \
I rl I I" un" whlih (routes from in Inwuid sens, nut : hi' 1"llIIu..1 lilsunollrn no" Utttl iiiilliml, nl l liiilhlmu!: up 111 soil .md, within, .1 I U 1\ M',uslinnliiK
n IIKsOC'iull'cwith\ linanilid It linkpinilciui\ II' Is pleasant ( an olluiuisi, nsiltsK t Ivpi, il soil Into lid, .1pI'Il'IIIIIII.,1, : fond I Application has bern mini t t"
IIHI Iel..urelyr, to low up the South I"'oik. to /nine the .sliiiiiue arowthtI"ng loi, snili iMiilcliiii", \ up cil tin), I uiil tit illliinin. nit nlil I 11.IIl', I to IH rare the War Dipmtni'-iit bMi'. II -

Ih( riverbank, nnd to pint: cast, even though\)! out' 'may tx lot,' not lo iivi'r'.)pistini in linn' ill Ihi .in'iniml..ilmj[; I..p.i.] initiiial,. C Bluomln daU Sewalls Poln:.
I very poor, Indeed( at his: form of (flihiim, \ oinpioiiusi" iiiiild I U txasthlr, IxtVMin,, I llu)" tallli nun mil,, 1 lilt to construct a pier, and to drive
It Is dirricult for a Northerner( lo adjust: )him,"If In the I tempe I f"m, 'sti'r v\l lure, 1'f'I.1II, ..11".1.11..' sit islili' lui' |Miiiumiit' 'Imstiv.. vvoik' mooring piles In St Luile ilver
"I'l Hit South Yet If he surer'd a only In puit I am .nn he Is Ul a ill, .i \iiw In water, ('111"1'1".111011. 'md 111"im mi nl slidtti", hills, in' anopin at applicant's property. located: TOI AM.\ '. ) .\ n: :>::1.nn\1.: : 1Il'\DItI-:1J: :
l IH. ended, The evening subway jam nl Brooklyn Bridge un tht tvxmtrv. hire. arras.. In, \\''i'n tiiulil,/. hi nlili/til itt I,,Hist.. .p:islnitloi on Sewall Point Road The pro : '
xlntlon I Avenue subway seems far away when tine Is fishing .i jxilod nl vi "us wilh! 1'\'lItllllll'l'llIl1I In imps Iii a I'lIt..lioll 11t.1..1.I poscd timber pier would project UEEHS'l: : ) TillS I ( OM: 1';:MINT: AND: i El'u\o-:

I'Ii oni a small bout lied ::0 the maiminvcH' al the Inlet o' wuUhlni ;".in; thin'.I lr<>ls ag.i.' .' fur' ,' ,ichllililing), I'",""'''' Most treys ol tin Into the river about I2j feet nCAL HmAL( : CIIECKIilm'l( : (; !<'E.
I Unit sliungt mummal], u sea row, l proceeding very slowly but most I LM.I Ml I umh .in' soil. l I I..).iJI"1 is. L"C.l11." (tires urn ulso ijinU. u'isl.mllo from the high[ water shoit line
a 1 :: datclv. up the anal Iiu' and when nijiuiil llnv will gum\: out again rom tin slump The shoreward 30 feet would be
I Too bad, at 1 least front this tones ;ondcnls view', that gicatei oi irovMi' I'K'Is( parallel to applicants property This !I. a I Type) o1'service( | ol pll.ticullIl''IalU

I nphasls, it not placed on Inlet fishing There arc so many whc In u iipnit, In. llu I lilll) S.intliiin. !Shiuli! Iru Coiiltrtiui;. W 12. line the remainder being a: an in / (!
would enjoy It I am sure, but Stuart In the north would appear 1 li 1', I..hn|. C Gil l.ml. stills blv
1 ,10 b- fumed almost solely for It's' sullfishlng There must be many "I If( vie Ink al tll,is siihjitl ol I 1.11111- (fniin. u unit. I'.unill.h'.. mentioned pait The pier would expend, Ul'es. The com is mall-iust.
men-and women too--who may come to Stua fur sallfishlng point d view with gaiiral: public utlfiu aans, in mind! rather. th mprivalt terminate In a balanced T-hrad IOc percheck
yet would like the Inlet too, especially on those days when the liitiusls" ui liivt thiit limits\: to always (tmsilirithout) about 40 feet long and 10 feet i ithout inv' other momhlv thnjfts,
captains cannot to outside I venture the opinion that fetuait Idlk'h'C aie mil. ptuiressiug.;; I I'ist I hi. piodnitivitv nl tin soil wide. The approach pier wouldbe

,might well advertise this form of flshtng.a tins, taiiiiot. Ix iifoinphsliid )hy I lulling! md l It-: g..wlll\l. \ 'OIliI'r' Hit, about S feet wide The pier
And finally I If I may, a few personal observations about Stuart hininis' if ),1III.lc.l,1 1,1 bees is 1"'I.t' h"I'S'1'lId.' tin In,,,mtv. 01 l tin will be supported on 2-plle con
Thlntjs!! I like:: (Hush Puppies True I have not found these Ir limlstupi \\'rtdultltuntil',,, tht' !HUH with, si vMistilil liniilii; iiniipti.ilions Crete, bents on 10-foot cmlelS:
7t, 1 ,Stuart proper but at a tlshlng camp in nearby Lake Okeechobee luiiinu: the laud unui'dith si I.III\'I'Y'\), I I"IM| link.lititln The deck would be of timber

The I :iihfishVhy, I wonder I Is this splendid fighter so little mid must' fires, lime, is m tiling( IIlIr.ll'tiill high!, Mnkimil, slumps' 4,25 feet above mean low' water, DROP IN AND '
'known to northerners, Mild as to piihlu. litiilthv mill tlcaii foil sic 1 \l'lIh'I'I.t. !< fit It Is I proposed to drive to single ASK US FOR DETAILS.
GIrly; The exceptionally att:active young waitresses at the (:sal! vvdrr 11I111 I .i itiluu' piittntiit( of Inul In (foist ti "11',1.' I. winds mooring piles In a line 20 fret;
Victory dining loom ; and the somewhat younger\ and hence u .ml lliHids) and< piiKlnti' tliiin sir Ian iituulionil, puiposis'" hannelwaid' from the T-head
trifle less stalely, but very folly) and good naUred glils 1Ihc: diu;: (('until''',"!,!',! Vest \\'c'k\ ) of the pier each pile to be 20
( :store in the Lyric Theatre Arcade Are these latter i the Junior feet trout the center line of the

misses en route In a few years to the Victory WHAT IS A BOY ? piEr extended: baywarel The
i. It linifs All dot.1): ) In '"tuort seem to bA friendly and :hank Dad, center line of the shoreward
p' I, 1 unmanlcuied," lie N: a pui-on who N going to cniry on what you have end of the pier would be located WHERE
SERVICE
1 -r, j.. The IM refout "Id- who casts for I snout: ut the Lighthouse dock "tarlul.' 85 feet south of applicants IS PARAMOUNTS'
;My lant.lli".cI. A. man who tame to this countiy not too man;lr lie 'U to.. Kit right Where you are I'itllnrlIHI/ attend: northerly piopeity line

\ .''If years! ago! and who; represents the finest tiadltlon In American when you are gone to those things you think arc 1 so impoitnnt. Plans of this work may be seen

J '.1 I life- nlcHil y and a great poisonttl pride In his countiv at the U. S. Engineer Office, 575
''I :r{' The I'elimns Any and all pelicans without "xccptlonnuilos You may adapt all t the policies um pletlre, but how Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, -
I ; I\j (' )', The helpful and gracious, < way MO many true natives hey will be curried out (depend upon him. | and at the office of the Engineer --"

!r of Stuart have, without thought of financial' irmuweiatlon, o'io'ii.s Even if you 'make leagues and litatien, lie will have In Cliaiiie[. U. S, Engineer sub- I "
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t ," (', answered the questions of nn utter! stranger abou. when to manage them ( office Miami Beach, : *- II. i
und how' to fl&h< lie it going toit at ,soul' desk In the ScnaU/ and It is not propos d .o hold a

,'. 1// "v I Things! I dun like about( Stuart:: ( : Die sulphur" ih nklntr/ wale, "occupy join place on the Supreme )UenchHe public) heating' : on this application ii
Thlnst I greatly dUl:ke about Stuart: The Sulphur drinkin:] will assume! tontiol of your cities., states and Anyone desiring to pro t'-4
I""+ .It'9" ) vvjltr na ion. test the proposed work fiom I tht !
s 'i'' Very tlnceicly lie N going to mute In. take ,over your prisons, standpoint of its Interference ,
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Li r Editor's note I What sulphur dunking) !! water? your work i is going to be judged and praised or should submit such pio.cst in
condemned bv' him. writing Protests should
bo mailed -
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\ : Courtciy LinoIMeiftwxor Your reputation und your future tire in his liniuU to th? Dlstilct Engineer U. S. CITIZENS BANK
'J r. All your work 1 III for him, and the fate of the nation I Engineer Office, P. O. Box 4070Jacksonville OF STUAD
Jj ;. tukiiitf( up quiz paper) / ) : "Why the ejuoiation I und of humanity Is in his hands I In time to be received -

ll, .' marks on this paper'' ? So it might be well to pay him some attention I on or before 18 March Member I '
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STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County' FLORIDA, TII17RSDAT, MARCH H, 1946 PAGE PIVO I

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AtE OF FLORIDA I velopeis and farmers al every NO OPTIMISM OVER MORE ABOUT rf the Caveny apartments had

}g$$ BIG REALTY cabinet meeting frequent became STATE CHAMBER' I FARM LABOR MARKET, as their guest Monday and I Jean's Novelty and Gift ShopPHONE

)${NESS IN 1945 spirited with prices ranging NOW CRITICAL CITY APPLYINGContinued Tuesday the formers mother,
Mis Ted Daniels of Lake Harbor -
from $3
an acre
on
some I
STARTS WAR ON 9131-J
Bflihassee ''FNS' The State swamp lands to $1700 in acre Orlando: iFNSi Labor. already ( From Page One) .

flJ rid a which is its own blg- for a small island In the keyS. difficult to secure, will get Mrs Richard Bow and young
'', ndowner sold more than The biggest amount $702,126 TAX LAW scarcer before the end of the mimication set forth that the daughter Jean, left Tuesday afternoon SHELL AND PLASTIC NOVELTIES
mfllioi dollars worth of Its -came from 1945 sales oi land STAMP year in agriculture predicts a land had not been used for park for their home in Salem,

It to private individuals which reverted to th, State for bulletin issued this week by the purposes, and thus came back Va., after spending several LENDING LIBRARYAT
rml last sear delinquent taxes nuclei the Mur- I Florida Vegetable Committee. to his ownership under a revis- weeks with the Bow family.
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ion clause The
Returning service men are not city attorney wasI'lp.tructed Staff Sgt Frank D Thompson -
Fee Declared Discriminate inclined to accept employment to oppose the move. recently discharged Is now JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA
ory And Undemocratic in agricultural pursuits and few Eleven petitioners In Halpat- at home with his wife, the former I

: & E. WALKER are returning to farms The lokee ark asked the city to take Miss Bertha Brown, daughter ,.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida State
labor market is tighter than it steps to open 10-foot pathway of Mr and Mrs Fox Blown Sgt. I
Chamber of Commerce guns are was during the war and rural giving access to the river which Thompson came from Hawaii

JEWELERSQuality being oiled to take more than a areas find It difficult to compete they stated had been incorporated where he spent the last year in I Highest Cash For Your CarWON'T
pot shot at the state documen- l with cities In attracting In original plat of the area. service

tary stamp tax law Harold labor. The board took action to request Mr. and MI'.. D C. Waddell,
TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
JeehyIIL Colee, executive vice presidentof The present farm labor situation MaUle Roberts to move a small parent of Mrs Steve Huddle,
DIAMONDS AND WATCHER the organization, declared Is critical and the Committee building allegedly blocking the arrived Monday for a visit with can pay you the O P. A limit for your car whichis

Osceola Avenue here today in conformity with feels that something pathway, the Huddle family They were ai much at you can get anywhere and
Stuart, Honda board action taken at TampaIn ought to bi. done about It.. The city accepted a proposition accompanied by Mrs. C. Howard STAY WITHIN THE LAW
1944. He said that the citi- made by Arthur Dehon to McCallister and Ml H L Lind-

-.- --- _. .- zens' tax committee, set up by trade a slice of his property on i awood, They made the trip SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
the governor and now about to STATElFFERSSCHOLARSHIPS Osccola for an equal portion of from their home in Wy :hevillc! ,

go Into action, will be furnished the city lot at the corner of Va. in two days 311-25 South Dixie

he believed, with enough I Flaglei. and Belle Flora, adjoining Mrs Clyde Ltecnbv spent a Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190JACK'S
lip3VENETIAN ammunition against the stamp I ( H. and the remaining small few days :last week visiting! withfrienda
law to annoy the committee's m.mgle where the city rest In MiamiMr I I
s digestive tract, rooms and shuffle board courts and Mrs M O Davis ol
BLINDSHOME This stamp law" Colce declared TEACHERS nc( located, in consideration of Miami I were weekend I guests ul i
has the poor man backed Dehon lopping off an additional the Seminole Inn I "SUNOCO" STATIONBLUE
into a corner and since its 1 15-feet of the coiner property My day's work was done, the
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FURNISHINGS enactment in 1931 has filched TALLAHASSEE: Florida State building a new rest room with sun too had almost accomplished SUNOCO GAS AND OIL 1\
$8300000 from his pockets College for Women is preparing concrete floor In Woodlawn park, his day-his last glimmering
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
while others may escape Its Im- for a greatly Increased numberof building an additional shuffleboard rays were gliding' the wiling
McMillan Furniture Co. positions and often do, meiclybv sluden In its summer session roam in Woodlawn park sky; and tnlnklni. of Byron ti EXPERT LUBRICATION SERVICE
transacting their business In foi 1946 ind moving the card room to the "Apostrophe to the Occ'in"
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE other states. I The preparations are "due to pork. which is Just east of those opening lines "The i'o"s TIRES REPAIREDAll
"The tax," he continued, "wasirgaided conditions in which large numbers Ulmei Oarage pleasure In the Pathless II "odtimes ,
PHONE 699 aa undemocratic even of' teachers will find it rapture on the lonldv Work Given Personal Attention and GuaranteedBy
The shift will result In a
by the legIslature it, I turned steps toward the I
.. .. passing possible to attend higher tralght sidewalk line on O&ceola, my JACK
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though necessary at the time be- rtltutlons in the summer widening the street at one point pines, the kindly trees that
cause of the depression, Governor stand in rank along the dark
aid Di D, S. Campbell, college some 20 feet and reducing the ROAD SERVICEANY
Caldwell has dubbed It a quiet waters of our St L icir
president sharp curve at Belle Flora and .
UMBER > 'nuisance tax and Is understoodto Lewis canal Crowding out the memories TIME ANY WHEREJACK'S
IS STILL SCARCE scholarships, provided I Flagler Dehon stated that he I ,
be In favor of Its repeal by the 1945 Legislature make it intends to construct a business of the past, came the
"This tax, Colee asserted thought of the leallties the' "'i 1'-
possible for teachers In serviceto
building on the property.
"runs almost parallel with that lousness of Life-ol living These "SUNOCO" STATION '
attend the session
summer An offer of $2.000 made for the
1 of a federal documentary stamptax lines from Longfellow that Hie
But We Have Plenty of and to receive as much as $75 property by Charles Dlrr was
so close to it, in fact, thatin for their expenses.Additions reacted in favor of the Dehon and living is a continuous One Stop Will Convince You
ROOFING CEMENT
many Instances the same do- to the faculty, special struggle, never ending
1 pioposal
Building Hardware Paint cuments are taxed by both the : workshops and courses In re- Life is real, life Is earnest and FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO 1
federal( and state MORE: ABOUT the Is not It's goal
governments grave
sources-use, health, library
I' and some Wall board4Day Geo A, Gipson, Owner Phone 9134
Dul that Is not all the story. The deuce, collection of speech and Dust thou are to dust n'lu1'l1-
SEE US FOR REPAIR NEEDS I stale sometimes taxes identical other handicaps school lunch- KIWANIS CLUB cth was not spoken ol tin soul Opposite Chitholm'

transactions as many as three room supervision, and school Let us then be up and domu I r

t s times, namely when real estateKales supervision are planned A summer I C iniliiiiml I I/mm page:: One) with a heart for any 1 atl'I I
: agreement is made, when music camp for music directors Still achieving still puiMiing ,
? ( deeds are executed, and again and supervisors, high the civic group to "aH behind Learn to labor and to tt'ate
when note Installments are paid, school and college students Is the movement and aid In pushing And this old Serlpt" u' ship
tolee declared that the stamp also planned it through to completion" I sails east another sails west( bv GOOD BUYS

tax Is dlscrlmlnatoiy, since it The summer session at Florida Improvement of our waterfront the very same wind that biowaIt l I 1
singles( out but a very few of State College for Women Is coeducational and facilities for local and is the set of the sail and not
the documents essential to the visiting boats Is one of the most the gale that determines the II I

carrying on of the state's commerce .. --- .. -- .. --- important forward steps In the way she goes," An ideal) location on the St Lucie River with 300
and ignores all the rest INCOME TAX REPORTSIN development of Stuart and Mar- I though of my lends, my I
"It strikes chiefly" he continued FLORIDA INDICATE tin county". he emphasized fellow citizens and the children I ft frontage and 900 ft, depth, Price $3,500,00. i
cve"'VTH'NC' ) YO auto noun Mouse I
dt "at real estate sales GROWTH OF INDUSTRY ; T. T Oughterson featured the of our schools How bhssed and
eV&"nH'NO' roM'. you It ': documents and is a burden on program with a talk on laws and how fortunate we all would be il
0u. f Two home in Stuart at $5,500,00 and 525000.
the borrower of money. Even Jacksonville ,FNS I Florida regulations pertaining to the we could understand and be

ono. .ono. .oCot- ocoe the man borrowing on his wages taxpa}('\'S paid about one-third federal Income tax with helpful convinced there is no I hOI'I-'ut
must pay this tax. Experts in inlormatlon to the confused taxpayers to success In this life I
of their Income into the U. S. Five acre of land in City limit for only $395,00.
the tax field declare that it is who are confronted with -- -- -
Treasury In 1945, the Stat .
Cpl George Meshke I L SMarines
'absolutely impossible to collect of red tapeA : I
Service Chamber of Commerce reported I long pages is spending 10 days in
such taxes uniformly] and fairly this week.Payments : special guest of the club Stuart on a 00-day leave Cpl. Well located lot in Stuart at $400.00 and up.
that the police forces at the Lt Hood, medical
o to the government j was Wyne Meshke was formerly stationed I
ON FLAT WORK R state's disposal are, and can reached $392841734 the Cham I II specialist of Washington. D C at Itham Field. and IS 11"I
"t I never be adequate enough to ber said, an amount which was who Is spending several weeks, stationed at Cherry Point t N C I I All Kinds of Properties For Sale See
deal with such a nightmarish about as much as the state drew vacationing in Stuart and, Incidentally "
>><< He is staying with Mi met Mi
law. The tax is consumers looking for placeto
a from the tourist trade, and $40.- a Charles Titus ul EUlnil( +
tax. and where paid is nearly 000.000 more than the total farm live, Lt. Hood has served Heights
always an Imposition on the income four and a half years In the

ServiceEQPLE'S poor man.' An Increase of $375000 In Navy, having served In all the Jerry Smith utniud ::0 Stuart i-
", 3-Day jo[j In stressing the fact that federal employment taxes paid war theatres He Is now attached Monday after \hstniK! his EDWARD MAPPRealtor
Hoi'Idas law In some respects was cited as evidence of a payroll to General Hospital In brother, Dick Smith :and) other\ i ii I

ON WET WASH duplicates that of the federal increase of $18,795.000, In- Washington, i datives !In Charlotte, NetiC'
government, Colec said that eiicatlng; the growth of industry said "Florida is so much better
Floridians had paid the Unlt'd.tatl's In the state !STORE ABOUT i
Mr. and Mrs. (',iuBiidue" P. 0, ARCADE BIDG,
treasury approximately
<2,879! .742 In stamp tax, both ZON-INGM-iMBERS- I'' CAPTAIN DEAD and sister, Poblmustu cj!| McclelvBcmps STUART FLA, PHONE 19
I Maine nc spcndln; .1
governments having collected ARE
APPOINTEDA few weeks here in Stiwit with
LAUNDRY from practically the same source (C'IIIIIIII'(11'1111I: / )1'1/!?< Out) Fulfoul I
note: than 11 millions of dol- H Chappelka T J F. Ken- I Mis Luettt

I hr since 1931 nedy, John M. Law, D S. HUdson Since the death occurred at sea?:
Fla. Judge A. R Clonts first |
Stuart, and D L. Williams were I'e- County SAYS.
ph Act That brought total) appointed Wednesday night to seemed a release from Ernest THE OLD JUDGE ? "

Flagler Ave. Phone 287 0 Murphy Act land lecelpts since three year terms on the zoning Dualme, Miami, federal district
1940 when sales started to more board by Stuart city commission. attorney, then proceeded with I
=====r\r ilr-====o=oc====ococ than $3000000. The terms begin March 27 an Investigation Dr, J. D
Parker examined the body and
i pronounced death caused by a -
THE TIME TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY IS NOW( heart attack. Papers aboard indicated er

that the man was R, L t tIll
Listing Appreciated Brims, 48, Lake Park, and the
craft the "Donna B," of Riviera
A 1-r il' I West Palm Beach authorities I

PEGRAM REALTY CO.Real were notified, and the body was
removed from Johns MOI.tuaryhere ,

Estate Broker to the Ferguson Funeral
Home at West Palm Beach
Krueger BId,. Phone 298 He is survived by his wife

0 two daughters, and a son In theNavy
Stuart, FlaTOMMY'S. (

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miniColeman' I e7C0.20 WELCOMES YOU Mrs U, C. Cavenyiimiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiii

I r AT ALL TIMES I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l )

Friends of Ml. and Mrs, Fred
Juliana and son Freddie, will
$49.90 FULL LINE be glad to learn they are guests ,,1.

750.20 $66.55 at the Seminole Inn He was I (
825.20 $71.05 OFt formerly associated with the
Plus Tax PACKAGEGOODS Grccubrlar uVurserles They an- 111): Ckm and 1 were wonclcrm win )psy cluatrisU and medical men at one of our '
ticipate making Indiantown you thought\ if that new movie about the great: universities, the alcoholic is a sick 1 \
All 10 Ply Rayons their home chronic alcoholic, .lud e, Understand you ix-rson The study ol f hundreds of cases show' t'
saw it before v\e did" he n uflorins I ; from some physical I social or :I ::1
e Mi and Mrs Harold McRae OH JUKIell i It', hue m.-i. "fja ci ,' ."' sal! ("')I1rht ion lu"t 'R< in the cave I ,
Saunders of the Seminole Inn f that ill the II
chap ture
I r MIXED DRINKS never sec a case as extreme as that in poor pic Fortunately,
r were weekend visitors of his Mat real life because they arc so few and far they represent only a very small percentage p pof I '
e :.. Mrs. J. 8, Hood, Jr. in Savannah between But it docs point out one thing., those who drink," t.
\ BUDWEISER and his mother, Mrs, W, chronic alcoholics are abnormal people and 11:D: "Is anything being done to really I II11 II11of I t;(t. i
s I ON DRAUGHT h Saunders of Walteiboro, S we've got to"change. our ideas about howto help these folks, Judge?" I i
C help them OLD JUDGE: "\tt a great deal in I I
I Ice Cold Beer by the Mrs Rance McDougal and son, CLEM: "In whit way, Judge?" clinics throughout the country And with

Case to take out at all Eobby, spent Saturday In MiamI. OLD JUDGE "\\e've got to realize that the cooperation of the beverage distillers .,, 1
and Auto SupplyPhone time*. Mi O S, Fletcher reports a 1 I excessive inkers are Bartering/ from more who sincerely want their product used only' I s.\r;j ,j
me I bountiful crop of egg plant.. He than a craving; for alcohol According to in moderation"./ \.11 I II'

Open 9 a.m. to 1 (30 a.m. expects to begin shipping In I I II I) I

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IDEAL ; :; : Palm City for a trip 10 Castle Hit,.
hnviiiK a covered dish supper Quick Red Cross Action : ; Cont'dH'Tll :alee future .
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i' \ -- There will Ininm ,III Informal beginning l in c-nrlv tornarlor"l I advance weather bureau ndvinorie", HIP Bible! Union Congrega.tonal I OF
"I i co"l" i'II I IMs 1 <1\\hip Tom reminders I tint( have warned rcnldi'nlB in time for I \( FELLOWSHIP' "rw From where I sit ... fy Joe Ma;
I ;irnm will celebrate n<11
.. ) church of Palm City \'TF.nI.\S rut _
SEE adenineIII front roulmt safe evacuation 1'RE
I t mel \ 2t1I[ a 110 Inn. eliwl In home in remote aectionn,
" (II : :i II") i I (11'i .111(<(1 1 l'IIlII''V( and dloneterS during WorM War II they have effected! lencuea In all the 25th anniversary of : HONOR MISS TVTIM I Ix''
iii MARTIN COUNTY I limn H* war cinuiihici.B iliuBKtern, tornadopa, fires, Hand, the organization of the Church I The Youth Fellowship of the has ..
: I FIRSTPHONC nnd month the liege, brought huriicanea, train wrecks, they have Presbyterian church will Rh'r* ao'clock Our town a ..
I-\, tin unreasonably early b\' warm qimkh' sought out injured, given 25 years ago on April 7, RI'8U'I I dinner. at the chap I
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weather anti heavy rains, hnd f Art" aid, and arranged hospital tar morning service at .1 a, m' Osceola Avenue tolorrou'night 4T Housing Shortagethat
1134MH Maimed, l R4 dead and upward) of care Hundreds of thounanils of will be held I after which lunrh1m on of Miss Mary ftTatum IFM
l tan liovpltalueiU record indicate homeless Iav.1pl'n\ endured, I In honor "" ....
IravtllnR"Fellows" "
be served by the Ladles' Aid one of the four
I" fhoimamli of familjfa in rural clothed, and, fed. \\
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nililwcftcrn and louth- In Pate-won New ''of chinch Luncheon will of the National Presbyterian housing happens Son, \ 1 Jtarounl
real
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four
r .. r fin' states have teen, effected chapter elmnnter rbnirnian uccp'.. be followed by a social hour and chuichMRS toWlI, 0- I guess pni) d!.
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Kul ("ions .chapter wOI'krl'110 fully!! tackled pioblcirm of the wnrrt short addresses by former ministeis ----- -- -- shortage\ good beer am'
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-mM\tamtfMm- \ >* 1 last! Mnr helped (heir, communitienHi flood, in thnt city'a hlotor)'. Two of the toured, the district : SOTT; FI1ESENTS! them, i. in yours\ everybody that ih
F 15RtpOl1RYA'A rLS1511,, -ill ,ltoa.ter" have scninu dnva after a Red CroM disantpr ilntendent and other mln- ft'PILS IN KEir\L( I 1\eefrr\ Cole, for In"1"10 offrlenelh.irraci'ran ::1 J
broth..r.
; GIVE ALL YOU CAN'! ",'k..t.I 'n ml the clock. Assisting conference* in Montgomery, Ala1 .upn Scott presented her : ,horlnlf hl home with a help ua mathings. I
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1, ,. SUPPORT THE t them I have been doctors, nur.pi, and I 1"ama, a tornado ripped, through litters and lends from Stunitnnd \ musical Monrtnv .... from ronnec'llcul, Six pl1il.tll't'II ."
A iliiK, rushed" by the Red (',ORS to the city OutMandlnit care giventhe : other puts of the county pupils In a ] I in loll, In one family;: four
\ 10t "n tho I :l :: and members. of all night at the St, Luclr Ilotel-i and It In the From where I sit I nilt
: u'u'k"11 an" "an Suiveyiifor re. i injured wrote a bilifht pair !in Ministers and I three cola I
; : )''I RED CROSS I ill'nt, ,-l llmg, id.niHing-( and, repair the yc III"V dinoBter medical hlnte rv. chinches me Invited to attend Those singing weie Mrs David I (hllJren able to relax durln,, hl'

:( ....- 50>, "f iliinmiriJ or deMroved I In" states wliiic. polio outbreak the aU.) day services or any put A. Schaefer Miss Phvllls Con other.I Ih.'ltol along postwar living wtlmode" 111<,
'\ ,' I ,n''11 IC. I barns Hnd other liuildiiw occur,v.I, Ite-el Crosi chapter volunteers of It which Is convenient for stance Miss Roberta Nimnei, I ked Eecferbow that'll Iruly "1(1 i, rut'
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f- I ': ., J/.NE J PARKER HOT I I.(>.in uunu .dRtely$ Rehabilitation hurriedly! improviiied hnnpiUil them Tht pastor, Rev, Harrl- Miss Julia Jameson and Miss, .lKlh, ..,-....111'I'1"lIy) the erawn.dgrJ some, truly friend!
.. 55(11, 11, mpktfd, In March. Unf articles" In Salt Lake City Din- r.1rll. Luther nU.1. they get a little
jCRDSS BUNS 2 Ici oI""Iot.f I IK' la w ilmuKtrra will utiikcI Biter :Service,; fupplied. fare masks, con L. Packard. and all members Joan Constance following : silt' the mil-- and cro"dinlf1
1l1E! 1 j] saved refrrshmen friin 1,
u to be able to Damron
the church hope :
I oIlllnl i, the" spring month and willI ehililiin'n, lIi"htjCowna, hncpitnldliirts ) 01 ,till,' with n twin- I
It
then \
..-,101I'I.:1., : ... II'Ji -"' .-aL"--; I I |i th.(., riraniication working at niniriral\ I !ifuwm for niirma welcome many lesldents, of this I the musical, Marc Reefer, ,, lnnl."' 1"1 ,: 1\ "''And' when ceLsp'ngld,10W IYlA
1"1'I 'p i.d I in thll hunianiUiiiin par hi link"ttI, and tluetiMien flan district 1\11\ well! as all tourist, 25 were: present i 1,1e.< ''Sul.. / ; .
i KUilS, AM VEGETABLES: ],.de I "I'lI"h l'i \never ends, nelette1 mould not be found for hot who can find It convenient to <01 I /! l'nikd Sial.. t h, ml f Id)
5\\11'11
In inviting! food l, clnthliifr. )pack, Kiel OOKX supplied 1 l.ltllO< I IIiul Miss Ell/abeln \ *
WIM[s\r, ,lilin, ', miditnl and nursing can, < >l" '. for the put'pone. I attend Minneapolis) in the hour t'II'-((I '
25 van II''I i; piollim, confront the Ked But whether eliHaHtei or any f>fnianv Mi and Mr, Hobby Savage I of Mrs Robert Chi It('//1111\\ ..l:,d I I
q ,APPLES' 2 POUNDS c <'ii-., purt <'lIlftrly in rural netlioiin, other Red CIO IM8 xervicpn, nil are announcing( the recent mar- her) mother Mrs Pml D \ iI
In flxiliil,\ Miimppl vallivait )] I are available, to pioplein rural I ilnge of their daughter Miss ton at the Itillin) 1'Ilt, EXTRA GOOD BRf I
FLORIDADRAN8ES ax. Tiiil ('r0'R. hUll obtained,' IIpu"tr communilic no Irs than in ]large Cnllle Savage to James Edward ] walla Point &Ot)
i i-ilius of: house trailers cities Home nursing, fnrm IIc'l.I Hauls of St. Petersburg and' Del .a : I*
J [ 5 33 CTrr.nff t t.i '" ')"liienl tetra used in dent )prevention, nKKlntnnee to fum- : Sarcc Ark Mi and Mis Hinis I II ; ,
1 n
t'
T <
I Mi and Mrs
l rOUNDS liluimir"' tnmt-tu rtscutd from Rica of men in unifuim and to vetraiiH (xpet'i to visit at the home of "
>111,511(1 l ) ) ana. When evacuation of (> these urn'Ices continue I I, have arrived fiom M' \
I 1.11'111 faimlir and livpntoik ha. ear-in, j ear-out !luring Much' Mrs, Harris' parents soon C.. to visit their!i OI1'I,, '
Inn" Iwc.m'r. const guard and the' Tied ("IOSK fx appealing for I Rev, and Mrs, Harrison L : daughter, Mi and( :M(li' '
GREEN 3 BEANSWHITP 18c m\\" loutK have unsinted Recent ionnonnno. u mod LB. _, ,,',itl! KlioHinrt-c in ,ilmaKter uieun" that amount to meet 0l,1I1(8tlon., to last week Mis Packaid* sisI I -- tp 5 i

--- -- -- --- -- w'r'I"1H'v'd whoa Red, Cron>> uo- the' armed, forces and ivilian pnpulation I tel. Mis Henry C. Speed of Pat OMillpsptnt \ \' I'' (
I'', i>, NO, 1POTATOES I ic.n i resulted in diversion of, fuel West Palm Beach) and Antiim, i several dn\s al Nil' "'
Ill uititnl FI'C lion>. I "\\e all have a ,hare, In the N, H. and her Iriend Mis, Emma' I
10 49c ,An hour iift" nurvchave been American, Red Cionn,"' mid Basil Lodge with Mi uid \i, i "I i
'I I Les. Completed, ( ), the Red, Cioxn bat ob- UConnoi", Red ('ions Chairman, Gould of West Palm Bench and Ideas and ]Monti la\; :111> \1. E A7 F H.
,mini' pi'101"'it v i tirade cf: lumliir when announcing the nppeal. Lel'a I New London, N H and MI', Bess lelt\ I III,,: \lIi\ I N
.nut oilur building material. In. all maintain that ihaie by con. Mrs Ida M Plnney who has bu.sinos.s E5

TOM; TOES iScYFIIOW I laded 1 IIBH been Kcrern wh'e0 Inlplievtnt tributinK Item rouely to the HI411 1 ) been 111 for many we'ks, retinn- --- --- ,
LOOSE LB
1 tlu fpient, <,f disease in Fund Campaign and keep our Red pd home on Thursday of last\
I I'"Jao' und mulmia.affected BPttimm Crora society the ftrdnui'i't In the week; after spending a week at
In food anl hurricane. local ...01'.1.). the Mil'tin County hospital USE 666COLD
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ONIONS 3 3mwKomtW'na'rffTjm 28c --- ----- While still far from full recovery -

LBS. she is some better WITH FRESH YEA!
ACTION
snnn: \' SERVICE when their new vessel The PREPARATIONS THERE'S NO LOST
'! *pium! : begins making Rev Mrs RUtn Sergeant Lai- I.IQuto TABLETa OALVC NO EDROPS fresh Yenst right) > .,.
GRAND 10 START JllI Carib Queen I metof Ai Kansas City Ark.. arI CAUIioN, USE UNI.Y: A9 And Heifithirnnn, goes

') ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI 4 ',daily Hips The mlp. which I! lived' here a week ago and Is the __ DIRECTEDAirGun I liptnuse it's (M/( 11( r/\/ fresh No w iiting-no exi -tell'Fleillchmallll'lI
MACARCM ci :: Ja'ksonvlII. Olflclah ol the
PRIZES has a capacity of 1.200 passtngers I guest 01 Mr and Mrs John 1 fresh Yeast helps give full deli ulna!
Gull t l-Atlgtin:i<' Tianspoitationimpiny and 200 automobiles Is expected South Toik Mis Liu
3 LB 27c : Krcldei, .
smooth texture-perfect frcshin
s OUA EACII$400CASIISULTANA announced this week to form a nucleus of a mec was pnstoi of the Palm Cult flavor, tender

that ferry sen'ice between Key fleet which !In a short time will 1 i old
Church In 1924-26 Many Painting
STUFFED Additional Prize West and Havana. Cuba Is expected : operat between Fiat idaHavanaand friends s:1II: live here and wen IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always! ask for

to start about JUly 1, with the Specializing! In \mod, sled .uidwIckM 1U'I'hmnllll'aeillc', fresh Yeast with g7tp"
OLIVES Vz 39c SILEX Mexico connecting i very happy to welcome her return ( /
400 lawn and bra ill IIHIH I.theDpJ"W'ldable\
I Yucatan bunch of the Pan- Mis Laimee, Is on a )lean' lumliir\ yellow rpn'
I Coffee Maker I Amrrlcan Highway : of absence from her church because .- tare, Anwarfnordr i lor over 70 vc-arB thct.
NABISCO CR'sP FOR INFANTS t I )-REfc tt> 'IMA I IEHNrST --
of ill health
BJT7'. 'LIJ, '] WHITE HOUSE ALFAR MILKThe II I | Mrs Emma Petty U slowly 1'-< ItfrTSOI .ti.

.. i ;..:-, w-:. aLa" C MILK CONTEST TrIal by battle was used to decide covering Irons her recent Illness Box, 1227 ",111..1. /
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'" Best :Money Can Buy court case in Scotland Russell Day Chief Will runt I! .
: ,SSOr; "O f C'HFESf: ;
!
y Enter Today until the close of the IStli century Cflicer, has been tiansleriedfrom
c1 pa'" An !5' 0'l. 1 co" BUY BONDS I Camp Gordon Johnston to ---- -- ----
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1\' U ) .J'. JAR ew Sad "-' 2 Tall Cans 17cpltPxtE { Foil Elislls, Va which 1 Is not I
d I Alfar Creamery --- fill from Newport News, Vu His I

!". tmrofurvnQAurTv BHimUBTCARMOI.RS Mr. Ralph Mallory Is finishIng I work there on special duty with MEMORY GROWS DIM WITH AGEOUR E
STAR I WEST PALM BEACH 'the Quartermaster is that of
a garage on his lot and hopes
MEATSU E HOT TAMALES 430 Flamingo Dr. Phone" 7175 sales oificer with the commUsai -
to build a home as soon as ma- :
PROPERLY MADE PORTRAITS WILL HELP PRESERVE r.
t teilals are available )', warehouses and slo..ncphOlls .
"AA" GRADE Lb.I 1 Lb Jar 22c 1-- under his supeivislon THESE MEMORIES FOR A LIFE TIME .
S. CHOICE -- ---- --- :
Mr. and Mrs, fuller and small H...

L I LEG ff I lAMB I *w%9c PICKLES PICKLE PATCH, gal 1)80c 111.I TASTY DELICIOUS SATISFYING son, Raymond. recently boughtthe OUR WORK IS GUARANTEEDOUR t.I

home known as the Van Aai
i o
Sunriyfield Slired ( Limit 1 Lb.OJ.D) kEAT-IS O/ c..nB DINNERS Smith place and recently vacated
( Silver Hake 20c by W. N Stack Mi. Fuller'' f HIS
d "Prepared in Good Old Southern Style"Steaks PRICES RIGHTWE
B 'ON C was recently. discharged. fiom
111.7 lB. V & (' :; Chops, Fish and Golden Fried Shrimp"ChickenintheRough"
ARMOUR-Ix a t. the U, S, Army and during the

Center Cut--Loin or Rib PORK TREET 33c war was in radar work at Camp
One visit will convince you Murphy with ther rank of sergeant PHOTOGRAPH SAILFISH

\ GHoa 30 KEYSTO ; MINCE Just Across the Bridge, North on Federal HighwayNo. They have already mademany

\ L/ LB Meat,- 18 oz 32cCEOKCL I impiovements on the home i ANY WHERE ANY TIME

I ;; and expict( to continue impiov-
'I FRESH) PORK iWhI10J( ) \WAsCoffee t"oIO" Marvin McNeely
it Palm residents welcome I
Inn( City
SHOULDERS 33c 4 oz 64c them to our midstCHiROPRAC'IOR A
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DET'Y (ROCKER
"A A" Grade" Shoulder LAMB SOUP! 9c OPENS

1 GHnpS9c! & :,I KIX CEREAL_. lie j ONLY THE BESTIS WEST PALM OFFICE TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP

__ __ Di W John Quinn, chiropractor
FRESH BEEF WATER SOFTENER! who practiced for a number I
MELO of years at Miami Beach has swI
16c
e TOMGUES LB IJbaC GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE CUSTOMERS ATANTHONY'S returned from three and a half PHONE 9123

VEL- 23c 'ears' service in the Army Med-

__.__ M ::1 ical Corps' and Is now associatedwith KRUEGER BUILDING
t Dr L S. Jones In the Co-

i PILLSBURY I NRICHED meau Building, at West Palm NEXT DOOR TO WESTERN UNION OFFICE

QQiio cicis Beach
I FLOUR S BS.33C
IBS ; s. Ol I ; Di. Quinn formerly piesklent .
of the Dade County Chiropractic -" .
TOP NOTCH WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE BEST IN MEATS, Association and a director of the ..:..


DAIRY FEED 20 % $3.50JIM GROCERIES AND PRODUCE State member Chiropractic of the American Association Legion Iso -

kY and the VFW.
i' DANDY He served with the Army Med-

FOOD ical Corps In French Morocco J9lub/k "I""
QUALITY

LAYING MASH 1'i'S. $4.25 Algeria France Oermany Tunisia. Italy and Austria Southern,

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NABISCO AT A SAVINGS IS OUR SLOGAN. Smokey Says: J&

NABISCO
'Ig
SHREDDED L/ r nIC.C WaaDSISYR.EA
MELODY VANILLA The Friendly Neighborhood Store Where Your Patronage ..URNMK.


J I ," Wheat lie Cookies l lOc is AppreciatedAT UP OQ/ AND


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MILK- BONE, Dog Food, Large Pkg._ 35c FANCY GROCERIES

J SUPER SUDS! Small_ Pkg, 2 for 9ct Large Pkg. 23c

SOAP FLAKES

d 1 //\0'\ '' OCTAGON: __ Large_Box 23c ANTHONY'SMEMBER CROMER'S

t CRANULATFD SOAP
Box 23c YOU WILL FIND
r I OCTAGON Large.! WHOLESOME QUALITY FOODS WHICH ARE

,. ; LAUNDRY SOAPOCTAGON AND NUTRITIOUS
,1 Giant, 3 For 14c THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE
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4 k SOAP POWDFROCTAGON Grocery
<(< Economy
r I Large, 2 For 9c I
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IJf.. A & P FOOD STORES HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED incend'arlei Its !time to heedlesily take action burn when the CROMER'S[ THE UP TO DATE STOB

woods. The man who lets wildfire UC DELIVER PIIOaI
201 S. Akron Ave. WE DELIVER Telephone 143
il .
woods
In his own burningdo|
OWNED OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA CO.
4''I' lars. He who sett fire to another'i THE

1 r I ,IJ}}'. i -355 Fourth Street Stuart, Florida I woods but li il a law not breaker.only a bad neighbor COMPLETE FOOD STORE

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.1 F COUNTY COMMISsIONER'S ,' .' om' ",d. ,.", f. 'I Ii,' I", ,.,tt..t. nml, I h n.tca., b bid, I d..m.d ..oordln" tn II". thf' ""r", ,
ie itunrtIIIIIIMIilliHIln'IMN'ilimil'Zcu.HS3IIED IMMEDIATE DELERYON' MORE ABOUT MORE ABOUTCLEMENTS DISTRICT NO. 3ltrololoe I II CHIT.I it'I' ,. Mno'o", .,,,,' I',.l,, tin, ,",uh< jf tIle I Hoard of llearrlbrd thoioln wil l be .010 'n. .
,, if Drl.ili.BiDi.trlit bidder court, ,
.r "",.' 1. ( .m""r.' '" I'"f.r.lad.; hllthoil it h..
.1 ,h. Rooth.e.l hnlnd.) 1" FIorIte. i,'jut un,, >. and all hid.. at nn Ihe Ilr.t Monriat In thoAorll m", ",' ",
ANNUAL DRIVE ASKS 'Icy 1,1, ,. .I Mo'lle ('""..9'. FI.rl.I., )l.rrh 7. H. U. S""rl the ruurthoii.i, ,, '. 'Inulnnlni .l 10,00 1(14(1. which I. Ih* l., ."' "
thinro run, Wrel Ito,. chit Monthloiinilnry noli.rk A, M. on 'Ih. l.t day of Apri. April, l U40.
FERTILZERSAND lIlly of colt) l't I ,nty' to the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE IRI. r:." ..". fir dralniK .. limed' Ihi. 2.lh da of Fihru,, J'". '

.Sinn'h o.l of,t Hod Inn IIITowniihlii ,'totmot l..o "ld, .d I mill ,rl'l ,, Courl,, Ir.1 I
(Continued from pnge' One* (ri rmfn/'fl/rnm/ 'page Olf) 4(1(v..r Hoolh' Hnno 40 .. leitnl, I Iftv ,pi'.,.,.,'til'tfte'f I ( ; l of oIl, trlr.,1 n. rOMFlfVIok

thonunhlp "',"n, N.rh ,n Ih. Nnrlhw..) "".. null, mini'."ul I ,""h'' will IMI! be ( rl.r,1 t'dt,, .I "

INStCTICIESNow ""I' lye .r "" 0 In ,"hi tony- :: ; nf r..,' Fl.,
I.n HO AH II if ( Ida.'P.
The deck ulll be timber Cnunty .mml..I"nvr.
centeis 'llllAHD
nPehr '
OPKVHC.IAIIIS M. miss
Klin
[ Hnil ,, : Ihote .'lI" .:..1 Mailln, Counlv. rlmlda u'IiI molvo hldnnn 01 COMMHWIONFIM
cause of war (.hoitages lh. ...orn r .f bn'tIen ., : llllMNACiR I lilHIRKFC ) I*. Marrtl -. I anil ll I ILBOAt. I""
water 101'1 I. Iho folliiwiiiK,
about above II '
3 feet mean
on hand 4.4.1 Cl.,.. Forllll.or Kith 'I.wn.hh tOoIlh. Hanvi II >. I I'.iKi.Mlxi.r. Mndol MIID-TI ( I h'I III ('"."I ",.,11,

It M.nH.nc... CI. your, homo The hospital auxiliary, of Two single mooring piles lb.'oeye, Nnrlh In tho Mnuthvenlloinoi ,' IP"1 bo rocolvor' ) for Ihla oqulp., llyt, .1 1 R. POMFROY. AJ'mlTESTNOTIE
Ir.P wi ,of 20 <>f ml.I townhin Ild. "I Tlirli of the ( 1,1".. of Mlrllnroiint
w irovr a food (.r001o.. which Mrs Luther Damron Is 1..110",, or I up to Hllil, Im'luillniiIh. ,, .. "Ir.i. ... for .. Hnarrl,
I
be located and 16 Niid Rln. g thonoo run : .I In .' 10th :: ..' IIMll: Thi lloanlrmfrvOK : ) th.rhl. .nt FOR APPI ICATION TOR TAX
alignment
Pirsldent. villl cooperate in the on tha $.,".' ..Irorlrry- thoetl.n Ufoomhln : .I it'cJ."t, any anil,, ,1 lit' t 'I'I M ";mm, I Dot"',nt) I'look, DEED

: RALPH ULMER MOTOR I trl"e. The committee has Invited feet from each side of the pier "I Mill.Id Nnrih, t.nf ..hv mill North Kanirp. ,.. : Ihrn.I'lldOI'. hid.. F..I. 2' MI'h od 1. 194. (Sonat BUI Mn lOll)
''Vf.' I
J. R. I'OMrliOY: Clnk NOTICE 1-4 HrHHIY: I
III CO. volunteer woikers and all and at points 25 feet shoiewaid Hertlnn, I IKIIIIUII II I .f ..10 "'.w"hln, ..ndIh" IIOAftll OH ( IIIJNTV CDMMIHHICIN.rlCX -LtC ADV'ERMNOTICE nU'I.I.ANIMt' ml.. I IMM" I I \
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FOR RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmmniiiii Ihr..v r". : I I. ti114'IhItot I "I I ,rlennnoy
tENTS : IM IITIS ( tllNTV I I'I.IIIIJA.I I h".b.,1 "
\. if. who are Intelested to a pre- from of the .rnN lIt laId'l'yon.hl ,, cit. -
__ the end pier /p'lon itn Corn MuhMnroh I holilor. ; ,
It! rampalRn meeting at 3 p, m Nyc,) lhr end N .,hII..Irorto'p: Ihuon' run,.r 7, I H I. 21) IX. Martin Caunty. rrbruaiy' 21, I ) '.r" :
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111FOR ) Plans may be seen at the U. S. 1 tc II: is SIPIOKIIE: c.l\r.M. ih.tpui IOU, bat. Hid' m mvnn ,'
.
I Friday at 11 Red\ Cross office r'lo.,. ," 11 Oh ram To..hl.run 00 \\int loath I.. LEGAL ADVFR11SFMEN. ',mill' In s,ili.ni,t Ii' of rhaptoi,' l I"a"n. h."'"' m."h' ,',,,,il.ll.l, f.r I'. .

in tin Dehon blIlidinOSEMINOLE Engineer Office. 575 Rlveisldt ,Iho ,.. t Atlanllr Ooran,' 1.ooo ..( I Imliiu', Ail of lOll, known a> I h. I. ,, ,ilh.n... -.nil ,
:llllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll)) )) : Avenue Jacksonville and at the \thinn. .I'f": \ ','' the wmom, ofIh. NOTICE thiMI'ICIIIY'. .At 'I nml, In 110,0IIlflI'I'f, I I.Blro,'.', .,.h., ftl,0to, 'I,'."'. II\,d I 'I

; t ," I,,, '" \I. I I .. Mlantlr Ilioan lilonB the Fi.t Chapin 2U017I I.e., of Morlda. Ante arty I I" .h.' C'.,olyl.t Mm,.111 I,".. -
1.,1" -,- In :: Tho tloo-.l' ,.r too ni., t'meinloor'" "I lllll. km, ," n., 'Ih.' NVP.RO6LAIII01RItRAIN ;
.. I. ".. I.. office of the Engineer Charge. him nf Mnrlln, I' ,,ely In H Koulh- ) FlorIIo' I".wl I
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(: 1. \,- rh' illnolion In thi. l>olni, 01,. pla.o Ill M.rll,I t'l, rlorlilnMi.loroln "I ,,'y'Iyn \.I.; l'I '111' ACT. tho folluwinv .- I.t.t lIlt5 III AMIMTho "I..
I I r Q1 t! n Kill" KrNT; I It,10.,1,) | ,I M, U S. Engineer stibofflce, Miami .f '.vlnnl,.. hid, ", ,. 1"1"" ",, ,.,1" ,'h t'h'tto 'Ii!'e' "il..d I .I. xllualvil, In Con, I'I.AT ,I.. PALM O'tTY. o' '"' I

\1' Moo' nl,I.i, It.., h. .., ,i 1. f\, I I Beach ,"I"m.n'l' vlndo.: llrnlnni.I! : ,: ; lll.lrlil\ "In:, MAH'IINCOIM O. I' 41. II I',".. 0YMTIOO'. I I Il.t
p h'n.. 0 nl Ph,,,' )I"I.J Inu",..1.11, In--., t INN COUNTY COMMI. SIONER'S 3 M',.del No 'MATJ.30"1" ",' M.. i11, will bo uffirad, for ;. a.. O.K.: 41
If. "I Is not proponed to hold a DISTRICT NO. 4 oomploti. i to",",iy M.. HI.I"tll"I, ihlii' 0lIt'' 'ry fur the hlvhontmil ...v..m'nl ,hp .all .
., JIJ\T\ nSTlC I prlloil of w,_Watln "15. Hunmill, .i' I l>..-I. cob Mili.l.Jul. I to Iho rhtht ofih. .nd ..h'' v.rl""I' ,' '..,""'., .
c ;. !! public hearing and anyone desiring (''mmvlol.. .t the ,'rlltrr II.. ,il mid ii, inI t rM HuolMT 'lo.nn. I 'r".I', '.. "r 'thi. I Intiinal, Improve, the 'nim'e of"A. 'B.

11111111111111111111111111111111111NOTICES) ) ) ) DINING ROOMINDIANTOWN i to protest the proposed work' ,tIn,. H..h t und of Ih. l'tnIIti E.1I : nrlhrtt'llh: ; : ,I '; ,.' ,' "" nl' '"mil aid, nf .iho Iliuiid of Com.niU.Ini Unl,... aid 01.rl. II.a'Ifl.l.' .h.1 I
I .,".. ltolle'oy htrlIr-I I. Ihv 1'1" ofIII :. "l.rl.'.. 'l'n"tailed,, uli'il',,, I ,",,n'.lv'l'npiii.li. I t i.c nf, Ktiiidiidin; Dmlnnoo Ul>- .) a,.,.mil lIne ,. ., t ,
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from the standpoint of Its in- ,,mi,,'I,. It-, ,0-en, I, WV'I.rlr '. clo1l''t't ji 1 '," uny, nml I nil hldi.. at hit dw.nnile.4 thy," In 'Ill h. ..1.1 "' '
I I ,lr.lon in Ihi, li.nil., ly'lnR on"i"l. I lampkln M..,I Nn. l lilt, fnuuonivI I .',,nil" I I..,".I... I., ,rlnnli.u, nl lOiOII, in' lord hleh'o', bldd. ai Ih.. n'yt h" ,
imiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiitiimmMtiiiiimiirM'HIT telf'I'rncf with, or effect upon ., .h.. .f tho 81 l.uole HIv.., A. I. "n Ih.. I Kl' ,ln> of April 1.4(1( .II.- fir.l Mon'l.y In lIly .. I
..\ cornxIP I Now open to the public should submit such) In Mirllnn" It, Tnonnhlp !. SoulHmiv. ,,Ih. MntVi''lii I, M'"ih'I Nn, I100| 'InnlniiI ,, A. 'I. f,1, ,mini,, .I. of land of I Once,,.. .1 April, 1540. whhh la 'Iho I.' 0

, RK: 'AI''In.-; I In, ..i In' pleasant urounln/.1( navigaton. 41 (C.; .!: th ren.n In m.I.r. ir ''' ml.-" to ,,'..half of nolrolrumnml AI''II., .
IP.\imirNTsUARt : :=' .m.hn.d, ,I ,in,,I ,. .,II.l 11Il protest In writing with reasons Northvrly, .IInetln, .Ioito thc' W..I I Mnluinla Modi I No. ""R.UI Mn I ,lIhr"' ,,.f.,"irth.' of nhir, mini.rait will ,4n.D..d 2"lh dny of I"t'l'",,, 'I"If'lrc.lt
fLORIDA .. 0,,,.) ruilpimnl 'I h".., .. r ,, I ,l'.t,. .r )th.. ) Lu'Iy lu ..h,' lion llon.i, ..1'd ". xtlihwhin l.t.n'uyt ..1 I by 'rni.ti-VK of Ihe I Internal I II ( "'","r'' ""81''
I In .,,. .r Ih. ..'h.,' (0., ".1",,,, I' '" ,,, Regular Meals : In sufficient detail to permit intelligent S.rlh ho. .I II..Id, 111' I tha'I'r iiMiinn,, ,for lln' ,.1'1". Ai. .i,. I I Imp. "tiKinl, I I' ml. I. |..n"eminl. fur modrliih J. n, l'fJMJ.\' "'I

,tIAVAILABLE: '' I ,," 1 lUMI'ltIIt'.t. ,rIOt; : eonslclera'lon: Piotests 'mi, Wi.t to .' Norh..1. .t.. '. trnllnn. I'M, I ( "1..1'I ,',, II,, 1''.i ,, 'n wiiy "in' fi. wIdn will I bo rt- Cinch ,, f..r', .I Mi" I
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1>' ,', '. ,, : Ma> .' __ should be mailed to the District IIIu" to fn.t;, \ .wn.h., .,, "l"ull, I. Thin mulpniiti' '7 I I- to I. fin' .MI, nn' i"..i ion 'I"h I. ,.o i I whi,.h 'thin I I. n n iiltlinii Hnl. 1.,111.'r N. cl'.. I.. '
""I Or A La Carte I Ennlnpei Office ",,(bond c.rn-r of rttollim If.r. OilY fit.ni' 'I, 'y 'i-i.l I h> "tin. I In I InHlKhwny ...l .,".1 I in.iimni, for drnlnmto i.n.lriilliinnllin Pot '. i". Manh, '. I I'I ,mil, Jl "
,t H 0(1( wmkly. AUK MIL- tI"T' Or. 1\IIK"( I" .. U. 8 En&lntf ..,ii,"hh> :in Sjuih. Riinito,' 10 K..l I ;1't"l.: ,: ;: : : I.lj ::: I I, I .'ill,I f.ii, nml. t P'.in"... mill I ,

" I n.od more, mom, y 7 N '',', Scenic Drive 23 miles West I P. O Box 4970. Jacksonville) In ,ill 0 ." .u. toot: to thv ....,. i. llm. llliU Kill l In' niilv.il fur mn'., I. ,..,.1.1 I I I I. 'iho Hun ill of I''mml.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
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PISI I iiimorrliiri "hh, o I I' '' of Stuart on Highway 85 time to be received on or bbOI' thorli' dlriillun, nlini,. Ihci.nlrilln ,, l thi Jth diiy of Munh, inlllIhi I..' I I'. H lllll'. I 14. Ill., I' a fAX
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111 315 Akron Avinu. far-n-Vvny places; HKlnrt MI"n" 1'1' l, inIh "Nt> IIAVINI; I 'I.AIMS tIlt ,llrMA.NDH : I \ n"0' ,
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UK IH.I'AI bottoms 'f rat'),.". com. ''h. .'" .. Showing dates are: Monday, .II, Cnli.i-.no' ,I,, tho Honornbli. Arthur II. I if ,. v thy ,t..rrlpttn nf d Ohio 2..lh dav of fihr ," "
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\ fiRsT BAPTIST School Tuesday., ; ,,".1 I l0oo. : ''h..n... ).1.1 In inlindiiimnnth., ft",'llli.'I.,. ', NI'. 26( Ckrrk Ciioiill, roirl, of Mint ""
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F.I.hP'It r. 'K. P..)., March 19. at 8:00: p. m In the .I t 01...1 'I'own.hl,. e.t.t It.a.r, t Ih.'I'rttINlhlohoCytl11y.t'oyl.r the ilnto ,of the f. I pnl.M.niloli, Y'I l II;:,.:irn: ..I'I;I ion of Pniptriy I l.nta, Kt* iiy I DOROTHY "i-ii-in" i I I'
IIAh..I. hl'rrof. I01'h,, 'loOm d.n" o.tII. COAST .,','h '. II t' ,mil !1 1 '
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,,' ,1.,1." ...' I'ttllIo.' m. Piimlny,, ..h.l.I ;; of >M linn 1 of .,.ll rown.hlp andllm rcildinoo,mid, I ....1"ff1.. .tI.0''f CIN .1 t'i'IT :\ '"I.ANI ToWn.hlpaStIC.
It !II'IIIIII'IA '11111.j ,. iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii ,Oft ,,. e, II.r"I",, .w..II. Match 20. at 8.00 p. m. at HarryIloke's '0, 'he,.. rim, rant: In .iho Snuih.on ,. ,'ml.. ,nn.l, I ,n'.l> I..t, I. l.v Ihoi I tn Si.,", ,.,. 42-* rail.; LEGAl ADVERTISEMENT-- -.
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j 'I'lf : ::: j:. :::: \;: :':.''I ,.! ; ,,: 111. Ocean( Diet-re Camp) 'I'.h.," Ino 1.,1", '. th'I."' run ,Inlmnni' will, hi.I In. tn hurrid.'ni, nr m.1"rv.. lh.'o".m.."'. thiamo I r..ih., I,., ll'h. n.ai.Hod llurcl'l,, NOTICE OFAPPE ICATON rOR I II IetC

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", .1 .. I I. .II \I 1'.1".11" ( I h, n I I 1"1', I THE? CHURCH, OF COD UrA' I the wDi.r.' iif ''h,. Atlnnllo, (1innIhitiro : 'INS. RUTH HAM I' ,>l.'tn..' I h iiiilflinio, ur iinlflialoi.hull }. H : IUI.II\I I .IOIN II M I "II
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,.' .. "h.' WANT:I.: Woman f.,' Inchon mil, 0 nBV) T 2. til-AKY. Haiti, .. hrnrlni., In .,, .lIe e.h. llulillnnof 111.nll t I. Ih. v..r, hn' .f LEGAL 1'1..1., .n.. ii, i,,n,,t lr, i,.,, .", ,
,", :"' I II' ', .' C.unl; I "...... It. ".'"It"'tt.punt. ... 50,.... F,.,.: ti.l I,,)' .. .,toO II IyI ,Iu 'ih., I hi.,.hiHflor' .0....rh.d I \\ \'h".v, Ni'. I'' tb.."..,. rll TO AI'PEAR TO NIl L (Tin.nil. I iLCCAL".." ."" I In I'll II. I'"., '..' I I' It I'". "' ,'I', .
Fedornl) lllihwnv N. I 1. ._IfViANIrl .. II'op.rly11.I lonlnv I ili.lrlrl, ".,I 'ihr ion I or lIne ofIllwhwa DIVORIB Il'iItll't'' PlKRe'F n. C. I r.. To..p.h,1, 'I" <,,.,''h 00',,1'" t tFo.
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; Y ) ) Mm.. Whit):, n,'' i ,,I,.,, .1 I:,iwmk Mi.t I I".1.1..v. of men mm.Hi.' 7,Ins i N... n ronluili' n, ion* I n-Ktrlit tliu oh,',. .oo,.. I,"y.y.'lo lb.y.yll' In The CI'.11 Com 01 the Ninth Judicial "- .' Itt.' .r 'b' tltl, .,. "
I"n' we I Cinml, i I .. -,tiuly) , ,. uhel' I. U". "," In and lor M,irtn CountyStot. ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE a.a..m. .,. ,
"hu' UK I portor war Mil..i., 'isimniil r-hnlil "uul.) 'i' of .fl,1! | I pmiwrly f ,i retain, piiitMIn I.. .r \n.wn 'rnl Clru '"nd" Ih,' aid "'I'',tI'IIit' I I." "I "
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I" MI.rh It I. W, ..k > 10 u. mI lo mill' Iliifml, hy ( hHlitu, ,. SI eel" Kpn-lNl ... C, ".1, hr ,.nlrn lov .t ANNA Clll.I I H i FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX .aid I nilifllorm.4 ,'.,',' ..hlI, \I.. ,
.,. ...r..lonHnturilay 4 tt, '. "p. m. and Arti ,,f 'theIcitlilnluu, of H.rl.l ,. .,,II, toO" ,'n, I..0.. .. 'h. ,10,10, ..,,. I 11..11'.. iff I acLoixllnir, tnq.icrlho.l low. tho "'5,1". ,
I. ""'''''' V.ANTH: ), (. rl.? or wnmon to work InInmdry ," .'" .nHr Ii. C.N ih.' yrn mil' An: > :puPty; In "If or inter.. the lontoi,, '. Hill' ofhlnto Ho,.. PEEl, 1862NOTKI t then, In, wi 1 I. .oiIt.,,' .
on fin I ut k in.i".. \S.- train .:..: "I .1'I.U.r, w.nd n,* T antI .'Oil.,', oil) h.'I HII oppinlurilly",, 't. b.', Itoad Nil. ."'. I"'Ir. ,innoMthwi.lerly II'nu01.1.: i.'N i -; I IS H :JI OIVrN hit CM hllht.l blddei, ai ,',","", h''I

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I t'fldltllfl.eIut4Pty.PI'tH'Ie'b.n.o ') l>oih for anil, l .k.,in.l muh, propowl ill .,"hf Minlo, Kiail' No. >:, I" the IN TIlE NAMe; OP 'I,IHf' : MATK OKIIOKIDA lJ him fll.il .aid oirtlfloiilo.for l ahl. h ,I. .ho I I" 'I.."
> Ir. EPISCOPAL CHURCH .., Hoith,,, boun.lNiy, lino, of X". Him U 1 l'Il H. Alul 141.
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Llk-END SPECIAL NAMFI) : laundryorken for \.,n Wnlmi-ilny, will, lo .,l wet,. I .1< H'lji.iiinid t from tlnip lo, limi- ,until, .h..,'i' run Moat In ,the x.nthiii.tmrnor ('.\ NEW VflRK I main., ,the t if Iho.property (Oil,c.ill I'nurl H,'nil
II ..lma I NOr> Kid-i-i-pal I I htirch, with HIn plnn ur inopo-nl I. Kdo|>lr. >ll of S..it Ion, 19 lown.hlp, U I ordotiil thnt, )'im npiuiilo I (h.. "v'rlpl...' I. .. "".... .1. Il l'INI'lIt'l
Ov.rhaulod, Re. second shir. Sre Andy T ,,",,I. ",I let, sir"li I' liml I 0 I."rl"n. oil nil mv ,ijpi>ted. o Inl t-oiiih,, Rnnire U rnnt.; : thi"nn, run I I BUI of Comilnltii, ,' InIi'y. ",1 now"'" II .0 Clink Ci yrllt 0.....," .7 '4.,, ." '

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I $225 I ) mil, .t..i.I Ii,. ." >.M,nlnic l Iliirinnlim m. \orthom liounlnr iho Nnrih l.onnilniy llm. "1. file ,lih .fly Clerk .r .tt ( ,,,r MIIIIwrllton lY; ,>ii r nf iH.timnoe, July t, 141Ilinilntlon F.br, 30, Mtt"h t. JO .,,,. "
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I LOST & FOUND ,\ M. .Ihi I-n.I I hoimilury of Hld) tIle III .I 1544.I nn.l .Ihinufiir, I I', I : i. Kubillvl.lnii of part
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.; 4" TI) I 1fIT t ., .',I "hi. ,,,I 1\ 120 We.t Third Street .' run In ., .:".I.rly .ot Koinh.illrrrtlun (' ConinilK.l.ini',i. M.i.ul. ,' I id.I anilihnl Dlvono', In ..l.I) .",ilt ni, Ih,. ".,' ninth: Rin i' 41 Fa.i.. ALKOt, Trn.i (tOmato Bill fso. 1 1551
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No. ,. .11. ",'".,, ,' 1.e'' 'It I,., 51. Many. I.,,1)I Ilinn' fe,.| from thvhn t mpy of thi. 11.11101,, hi ,pub.II .rlhpd by InwHoroln .I. O JAl'K$UN'" AILOfMrNf NOTICE 1 IH HrRHIY: I.IM-N I I.
I h,1 ,han. \. .0. ,Ih"l ,,'l"''t''t',,, '',1 I. 011)1)11 .hl I. n.R.: M H-M: > MA.. Doctor lino of the Hi, I.urlo 1 HIvn,. on -h... Anna ..'k f."r .....,nlvio'Vnpriil .. fill not or Iho ,nil., 'null,in. of (7.II' NOICTH TWO THIKIlH IN I-Sl fFRNAHl) H. HOI1APP mil I 1.'

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sot,,.,, "I"" M.'h, I 14 II ,00 I.n. m.--Mrnt, Keoonil and FourthKitiilny of hot .., ,, ,' known n.FnlTpi I.'Inrliln. nnil Dial 1 .the C I.'rk .f thl U..rd.hlli The "I.nr Nova U h.r..h>' d...I.ntOI llaim,'. 11.12 (Kot.: mm.is'.m'i' Jill, Al D., 101.. I hit .' fill'.I Imy 'I' ,. ,
). i.1' ARANTFEO i of Monlti.' nnil Holy lt'o'olI' t I '" h'' 'In ,lmn.mil H ."',lfh',1 inpy if 151.II 0 t th onto.netter In whl.h. thi. ..nlorahnll ufflu' nnl, him m,,id-' mill, I .' ...'.
ItlKIt, MN. ; ., Ked Cloth It... lemon ,'Iv "nlonir "ho h.n to Ihi Sonotnrv, of Mini of wiik for fmtir : '' h"l"h"ii..o..c.l ,, I Icr1'
I lop day .. ... In..1 ( ...n'.I.n.' "lln'ltI| N.rh1""nl.rr ::.I :: ,: luibli.h.il once a : e I li' 0 ;, 0.. ot Jnhrin a tux deed 11 bo l..m, I ltb.'t'.i"
.1 I, I Liberal! I Purl Ken'nil ho tot H' of, Horlitii,, at Tnllihii.nlMo < II
ol. lo d loo bu) 10111' .1" ..h.llv. I llmof) nun.ilM.li.n <> l and, Altai 'llttIIOrr.ortionIy 1 I II ,Ifi colt ,,,l. ole. ih"I'i '' "n''
alternoo ,,wnnl, ) M..F: I I I'vlh, Carrie, nl ALL SAINTS C tho wKtrr of the St ,,tod .'.,1. 2;, '" 1'1. I WI toy.. mylia'nd oct ,110.1 .onI nt' I ., : biinu in Cnunty ilonnlbiil propiil ) In I Ih. <'. inNiirlin.
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I) ..d ..bk wlb M.'h I H. 21 Thliil, Buniliiy Monlh.) .hor.. II".. uf 'Ihi' SI. t',','' .. Hlvirr I In llonril of I'''inl I, .mn.I..I.I. nf l-ibruary. A.I.. I It'll I'I. ... .,,'h iirlirionti. ur ooitlflralM, Lot 2, Illiuk I III, A AMHSI1I 'I A I'
.on n, n,. H.m.n and lily Cnm it No, .h.lv, ,,.I I Vtvilorly, illiPiIInnto ", '. Miirlln, I.n'., ') Slum,,'I I, Horl.li. It, ,",\YIOY. I be ,,i.ikcmoil It,',',>rdln" 10 ,law th. fitPALM lIlY 1,0 In Ite.l'I I ,'
n..I;,,". I the .,,11 ,,rl plnn. if bonlnnlnlrDntid Mil" h .1.2 .01.111 t.t I I till,_. Irk rl.1, ,, (.lrl., ), rl",, ", ". h,1 ilmcrlhoil I In >ui, 'h iirlifloato, 11. I1 II Co'.. Hi.lliii- III', 'I I
) Klh, ilny of 1,,, ,h. 1011nt ( ,, '''inllfl.nloi 1' ) will I lu, Id to thi hluho.t .hip IV Month, Itiumv, I II I Vi:,,.i iIhi
Bike Shop BIC. Njg.sno.ono.%VY tINS USE FIRSTOD'S' felliinil'', Mi.rldu LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT II I. 'I."d"J.. T M. '.1 NN, D. C. ir liilile,' lit, Iho ,,onrt, holl.o., door on the 'a.o's,0' 'ItlI't ho ..ol.luo.tyr

I II IHUHI" 01- ('IIINTY ('OMMISoIONI'fte T. T. In I month. of AI"". ] 4illl'iilnrihl. the ,kid el' 'i iIi'ot.' ,,,, ,
,')"n's Taxi Stand IWl'SIS'OF { R.v. Willord, C Aldrlrlfe) Paulo 1)1MAH1IN) ('flINtY, IU1KIDA NOTICE TO CREDITORS A.torn. r,.. I'lnlntiff' fr. 1.,10, t fIr') toy or ID4' lb. nan,. .r aUnloM ,,oI 0I' III'"h.,
AMMfMTIOV I", I I'> A M Cumin$ )' I. hooln Mir' ,'h U mirt 21. 10H. In lb. County Jiidt.'. COlrl., In and For I'1't. 21, 2' 1.h,' 7. II. lOll, ..2'h, .1"). of ",' ,A.ri., IK46 .alii i.itlfl.iii, .hiiiloomel Ii I,.' e.
E Al, I- YOUR TRADE I I''I I M. 1',11.' Wu..hll, "Then' .rc Martin County Florid.. .1. R. S'OM,:ROY.11.h mcoi.llmr, In I h.,,', Ih.lliarrlbpil .' '' .. '
0 x I m ate I y 28,500,000 It' ,in, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Or ADV RTISLMtNT will lv snl I,.
Appi "' in 1"1.1.,. IN UK: "lA'I K; I I.71't.lA LEGAL ,l of ( ,, rniiil of Mnrlln fninly. Ihii.ln I '
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ammunition Ii' 1. .ln".hl. I .I" I ., I hieho.l, blddii, ,' ol tin, 'mnt h..l.
rounds of wllefred ; III I 1'1 l-eili.> '. Intiro,I > RESOLD T JON DISTRICTING I NOTICE FOR APP! ICATION f'ORTA i 1.III.,, Hi.nil) nn the fir.t Momliit I, in ihiAPIII. 0 l"l l
,, J.m.'. In action fiom the ships ul n lr i ltH. l hi) A Io'elfII "I.. COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS! DISTRICT Y,',n nnil I 'u. h .f > ",I.'r..vd, .r. h..v nntl.fliit DEED (ill I lly mill t IHIICIITIIY rIFfle. n Plib I ID-Ill, whlih I i. I thi l.April. .t 1 ., .
",' I" I I. ol.. OF MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA. unj I I ptenrnl' any .'luim.unit Hon.e, Bill, No. I IK62NOTKr i 1010, 104(1Dlili.l ( .
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.r I.,.. .m.1 planes of the fleet during "\.h..,,) 'in .M. I'.IIM.. ,".1 I I llh I II I' '. '., I li> .th, llnnnl of I' I 'timaliit., I, S .you in t' olthoi'' of souIOH ; IS H..I'..IH TN IhnlSMiXM 2 1 I Ihl. J-lh, d.i 1 ) ofl.UriCircuit .,,, I'll ,
".ir Inylnii departmenthas I 11.' ",,. : IOIIIH: ,> t;omml, ,.H< ,U f Mnrtln CntintyMurliln > hat* OCHI.IKI. Itt 1.01l: : IC of Juliallnnodt : A. JUNt1 ".11\ JDNI-8; '- ( Courl, Ntl! I
,)Iwolllnn. hut the war. tw Navy Ihm I ''! ) i.mmU.loniTi. d.r.0 ....',1. In I,. of .,''d 1.II'r. hu.buiul nnil I Ih,' h.I.', "I ''h. Ii U.CA. ADVEH1ISEMENTHnu.e 2. l K P,100'llV,
Lath' Fl-.,til-" I announced A total of 332.- FIRS PRESBYTERIAN I UlmiliU iif Murlln ouniv, FI..ld. nrihotrhy ti th. C'untly Jitdm of M.r.i., folioliif nrtliiiiir .. I 1.1. 1,1.") "Id, Clerk riioull C',nrl, if Mil,..t..iIlot I .. .,t' ,
Al 1nlldlnu.Hub '.. I Woman Club ; i,'.iH.tilUoil. ,0 lh. lo,IttIoIro HoH.ln. at hi. .ffl I lo In thi. Courl liiiu.ont ,'rtlfl.iiu. for IIX, ,1..1 l ,,, I I", I.. ".,1Ih FOIl APPLICATION FOR TAX liln,,.
I. ..r. 01,1., 276 tons of ammunition was expended rn. fll\RIrA ARItlrl: Peeler 'lhiioof. are hrtTh ," itn thul, ."IdI HII.rl. Hoi,'l.ln. "Ithll, rIght rnlomlaimonth .'"'l>n, Th,'y',"jfk,. """h I ,'"', ."dy"I" I, fEt lb I lettO'l'Hl' I'ltltI: I". I '
,. "" ,.d.Ir.. Dee 'I. 1941 ". mm I'', r 8.n.., ) Miir.h f I '' I' [ ,"mily, ('ominlxloniii' Dintrlit.' thallhinrp from, .Ih.. thi. fir.t, I ,piibllonllon .r I..",.,"..,.. th' ,I. .. 'II'II"n "rIh. Ho... 1862PIll PoSt, 10. N.tl, I. It "l .71
between ( ..,,.,, "f 'th. hil'tliiti, I 1.11." An rx' 1,11.I I hi. oor p .'titoI" I In piopoillon of 'ihl. not the. Pooh; ,'!Hlm or d... .' I'"e"'o.' .nd lb. n.n.' h, "II I l'll'l': II IIM rHY LIVEN: t thlNORMAN

--.- and Aug 15 1945. ,,.i.ili.n, .I II"' ,n,'mi-, -. ,. ''Miipulntliin n. piwulhlp' RI'h| nmnd mil.I I',. In wrlllnit, ) ,,,,.I .tnio .o.tu.u.o,1 t ""' Ml.''" I I MVM-K. ,b.. holilortho .f I ECAL ADVERnsEVIEJVT
I -- Ihi houn.lnrlo.' .Ihrroof illnlrlclpil ni fo| th' plHoo of .Il roe-e nno pout' .11cct'tt'o. ('.rllln. Nn.. II' I,'I, I,7V '. I F f.lo\I i-trllflrnli. him CII,'. i.,,1")
tIIflId- .-- i BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL I"w" .. of Ih. ilnltnant nnil lltIet In .r I 1'.lnr.. July I. IIM.l .>. .."I UI"I"" I.r 0 I" tle'I t. I h., 1.,1 NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX
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0'I0tI0, I ty thv ilulmunt, 11. nirnni, oraltomoy. l I'iulPII.'n 'tO'| .. 'L't 1. .nd DFEIJCSonnlo
.. .' 81"rl ICIIMItHIMlN: ) I. I'AfKAItO PLtof COUNTY COMMISIONER'SDISTRICT or file unit,* Kill bin.mi. \oilQvordilitr 1 Iti,,,'h I'. AMhNlirl"' :I I'l.AT I i''tIro .r I I. "0',..", Ill yIo'r '"' .f I Bill, N,. lOll
I ,; Slit I ,., ,m, *uiuliiy, Si hooL NO. I In.ollnino to IHUUMiil I"AI'. V lIly 'I. In I II ,pni'i, 11. ,""I" .n,1 .lb I'ItI""'. In which Iti KOTIIK !ItO llr,HUH C.IVrS 'MiTIUIMAS ,'

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..11,. 11'1'' COMMUNITY HI l I. N.rhw.1. Corfu S7Moulh NnniiIn, "hl'h I'. Klrhnr-, I lfll." N.,. I 1,1. 1 1"1,0, I I .((111, No. lull, II I K.,i. d III,' .71,1 .1 '
JI.k .I "" I.n II ni'D IW.LI": anil John I I'. M""shin n.pntlv.l. "t''olr-'tll'ely. , ,.'
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RFV F. VKINC1, Pallor I.Mill Klvor, th,',.'* llltl nlonu .t I \.rl'tu" for a ux iln'd lu b I *?
.. SINlOY, rimtorty: lihoro ,.r Ihi, Nnrih, I"I oikof 1.WIIIIFN! !> 1'lh.k., Klorlda. \ ..00i''h .111.n' .r Cr, I"Iflentreohuli .k 11 U :VIN -.I' I.A'I' til11IICT rorllfl.ol imbrii., .'. lIt' f II wll
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\ reiilntorl ), "Sht'l l> flhitUsterhiE! t rot 20 I :. "1 M.r"l"o OI'ctn'ly, of the Hoo.i-velt Mni.h, I II.I Jl.'t' April, I I. ,Itlo'.'.1" d.vrlh.,1 ,,'h .".. ,',,' I. I HAIrKNdlSouth ,'llti. Slut,' of Hoi Idn. li.wilI ,t tI
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l l I ) ) ) MnCATION ), bHf CHRISTIAN SOCIETY In 'hrl". t 10,1.Ocy .r ..rUr."l.a mill I'.' ."hl I" Ih hl.h..1 'l'nohIi Knnito 4 I,oil I nml J. III,., I k K, lItt'tl'l'Il.'
1'11.11 yar'!"_llMlufppltontttttttnt(? SC I CF 01 IrlI" n 1".r., ",IIl'oelloi t .". LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE tIIIo'" I 0'oonl h., ,"", .I..r "", Ih.' .., '7. 1 .,,, I I I..' liIt'b, V.Kill( n S'II ,.f SW if SW IKIn
\ t to F.etF.IhSlnI II Norh'n'I.," I .F. flr.' NoI.e, ''n nnn'h' .I A..i.. Ill 11. 't HAI.-UN" NiiIlk;" H..h'd I'II I pirn.ii' H".ll.n' I '.'. 'r l

: bfftrttif f'I"rvltt S'II- .. m I'hlr..h .vrl. IhoHt. Lnilo River in N.rh. Folntthoiioo : OF INTENTION TO MAKE .hlrh I I. lIen flcnt .loy .I It'll' ,. 1'1,. nr I.t, A.IIUon I. 10'1 1,1. 07, HF. 11Th ,
I I.n Bilbo."IT 1 ... Ioi.I. 2tlh .IIY ur I', I.ct't' 1\1'' 'I ,y.t, I ,.. I .. of the ..1,1
: tor .11.,1.. I "'"''1' )hnnnlni "r' tun Holilhorly .lctitho ru tolly t- APPLICATION, FOR FINALDISCHARGE 111. In I'll .otimonl I propoilvn
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Ifvr. I ."tt', n', h.h. .hor. of the fit Lurlo' lIly,. J R. bIti.ey l.n.n" ,nIce, iho .iiid oeillflonto luiieil WIIH, in
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,in Ihi Soul, horn lip ..f 0,0.111 Point rh.,1 I."rl l"rl" Il" I the tome of GII.IHVO. A Cll.onVnl.
) .. (lIt OF CHRIST SCIENTIST .. ulonir the 01 M..r- .. 0l' 'ol rn.tthlih ; .... inld lortlflonlo ahull, bo r,.. '
I 'vl rl, want. CHURCHES thim run Northerly In tho County J.dr.s COlrt : ; I\\ .n" .,
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Ilullim Rlvorto ,. luw. Iho 'pollsilocnlicil
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ti.! Mrl. Jotephin OswaldWtrmuth ? INC K.: IB Iho Noilh, County, hounilnry llmlolnr' Ihe E.ttto I! ly thoi-Hn will bn .oil lo
'HI'IHT In 1..r. $ N h II ,,,tI'I 21. ItllO''I (',.yeIc It. AiIih, cc atnyl, '
IL .,,. hlrh will) W neIl d "' ,, Coooty Slyt 2 ut' \I. I. hllthe.t bldilor at tho r.mrl, hou.i, ditoton
eII.Primng; filing amIstment milagaintt hiirrhm,, "I I I'hil, 1.1. Kiliniliil. Ihroimhoiitcllnll. ,, ..ll Noil hoi n toirhly"hound,, .: P (UirFB, IDoooaird A I .r .1" Ill'.""ltrt't, 0 11,11"n ounl" thv fir.t N ut,toy I in, the month ofApltl
,, n". ', N, ,' 17.'lb D\'Ah LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE ",f "li" or Florl''". 11.1 l din if
"One-Man-Army"- Ih. "",hi 'tI ) my linn In Iho I..hl or plnoo ufboKlnnlnv I M.rln. IK4H, whl.h la th* l
., G.t'l". ,' 'I''lt I., "Ur h.mltr, : nlno l1OI I .t .Iholulnnd TO .M.I. TO IT MAY rONCTIlVlNolle I If.I, "Ih .r oerllflcaletnoiniillmr April, I din.
, .. ..0,1I' \101 ,, OF 'INTENTION TO APPLY hull, Iw I..mv", tn low th. .
tnuth Ih. I..r, .I Ih. I..ro ". .hv. In Mnrlln County Morlililylnv II l\en Ihnl I hon lln.ort. ibla lath toy of P.0.stoP y 1D4CClicult
PUMPS 110" 0"0". Oh 1 : t.ylor'e Klvir., FOR FINAL DISCHARGE 1"1"l .h..rlhrl In .".h r .tiflraillficnlp.
"..'I'" ".I tho 1 Imllnn mltlonlnnlnit filed my flnnl ronmt, anrillnry exoeiftor ( Court, Soul)
.Au,,,,,.' '. ) .n. hlh romprlnoIh. the Atlontle ..mmolir, known .I the .Hat* of : In Tb. Court .1 the County Judle, For .r "',, "lll 1.1 .old '1 the hlithoitblildor J. R. POMFROY
." l. '." I. the fwin.. from .. "J..n.vn, f'p.n.... .. ilK-on.oii. thHt I ho i\\ : :, Martin County., State nl FloridaNutli nt thy conn,, bou.o, door on the Cloth Clroult Courl uf Mailin, Counlv ,
down to two pain with) .nj'T.'n : uiM 'Ihnl.., I h \"' Mnnilnv,, In month, if April, 1940
20,000 Gallons Per Tm Ih. I 'hy I I. lk final, ill.ohiirBe,, ) .IPply i. honby n fir.i' l'iorIl.,,
1111 n'"Vh'H"j1iirimi. i, for i.lr.I; flnnl, nml I nu 'ltl I I I. n foifinal hlih ,In lh flr.t ilny of Ai,.ril, 1048I '
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hole The illly OPA U to blame! Ih.I "'..0)| COUNTY COMMISIONER'SDISRICf lo Iho : .. fllivl my npurl < T. M OUNN, n .
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fnl"il l lon.r.bl ,' xi ",. of Ih. 'Ihi ilnof r.hrinrv, 111411,
11 ,,' .|" II 1.,1, th.lIp'r.rr'iet00I1 NO. a County Jtt, ,, .. ,1..hm i I l'I.1 2Rh Kol.r. II. Match 7 14 ami Jl. HI"tFflAI. ,
[>uiCapacity.. -Rip. Jtiiit Sumntr 111., on the on ) >lc.t, < Th"r l b.> nhumlnnlly the nth dny of f. the .f J".u Th.ml"'n"'. ,1.1 1 ,"d .1. R. rOMEROV.
tin .
nkiirtfu I with I 'ihi> fnlnfMH thy hntlHC, itt I hirrntor lln. of .1 of lb c..o.no.0 fur flnnl .11.. .ihn"I wil nppl" > 'U' ihi Hi,iinoiiil.le A I'lnkof'Cl, ,ill Com I nf Mn"' COlllla AnXFRTIMFMrNT t
tttcMng slortags. nnil' :: thmi .h,H niiik ,'moh' of thilvrr the Southern, mil of the rlorlilntint .iytOO .. anolllniy exotl..r.. of Ihoe.tillvnf K ('I I. loiinlyludu., .' fir. Mnrlln, I' I'lIo.,,
or lh>' |.I.,o.t.ree" ( I'.. 86:1.: HI.Ih Ci l Knll"'." In Stu.nrl. iharir. .1oon.oil. CoInty., t'lorldl on the It ,1 hit if. Mmih (ICIyil' 1,0,1,1, Se.lI NOTICE TO APPEAR
See I ,, I."o.'enll'Il ulna, ,," ,",. ,.. I h.f.I."h'l Horl.ln. thonc* Irhlo Frmtorlyulonir ,! Illh j-dwaid or Mnrih Hploer: ,, IMil' mil fur a"P'\'nl' of ..1,1, ".,."rl .",I iIllI.lI.'l'IIY IIFnn. D. C.

from I he- IhrlKtlnil" lh. South.hor., of the Ihli ilay ICOdrK C. : final I .IIrhr.e., "..h. 2", My'h,, 'I, 14 on 14.. In Tli. Circuit Clod t Of Th. Ninth
ULMER MOTORCO. "Malntenaneo of fires prtco loilliiiok, Scl.nr.) end He.llh St. Luol Rlvor : thonoo to0end..h'ReolI A. Fuerutor, of .I'II.R.' 'Jhli the IKth iliv of lib l IV4IIrLIAHFIII I Judicial Circuit ol Florida In and lor
not with Kf I" "' Bfilmuri-i, I by, MtyyItb..n nhoro In Southerly dlr..lo. A".I"rl iloronii-d, J..tp.f n. NrWIONAn : LEGAl. ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE Martin County. Ho. Ida.
little If are ; ; Splorr
level means ,oo. ,, rilly: I "1 uranp the rciillty .nd to point whor the Nurlh 110, 0 cw. (,uGI'rl'.ttSOOJ, executrix, of tho r.tnto of JnnrLEGAL
available for purchase. Civilian of 1".ln. In lIe H,'\\mn. you lo.,.) the llnn, ..'n (.runt lnliT., .t. ... T. T. rn.ruli.r; ofll Thn"'n.on, ,tre.t. FOR TAX N SIlls MARAM/UI '
for APPLICATION
u.IIH. ,...r lit' .konlno God ". the illvln. Ipr of the 8t l.uole Rlvor: then. Alo'n." Anolljuy I"nh, I.. M..h T. H. .11tH). I OF 1IAIMONDI, ) I
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AdmMttratorSmall C 8 DEED
I 0)fl Production irimii.ir .r OIl Ihol, b1'*""; ''o"n.5lnd; ;, Siiilthwoiitorly the alonir. '.lh to North the lb:rS"t.rf r .l'tlT"J t Ej 14li" .po.d.LECAL ADVERTISEMENT IS..... Bill No. IS)) Plninllrf I ITO
line of <
I molnl I h (hark, Get ailing realatu price con- I.lfu. "Xlljulnlmirf H""n
fo'rToil ThuS
Jrlhriruinl'nTiii'.V GIVEN,
HMIMIY
IS I IIlt'lynltt
NOTICK
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III
.m I ppnter tin. of U. H. Hluhwny N,. I Ilb I ETTIRIII1.AIMONDI. I
I troll to itimulati production. I Inli'lHKcncs, wUdnm I l>HnImmnrtnllly ,, .o'.rn In a Southerly,, dlrorllonnlonpr ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL IHIIILIIARn and IrNOKV HIL. I F
) )) cum". "0lI 1! vffort belnnv, to thv renter lint, of U. 8. Hlnh. LAND HARD hu.hnnd end wife holder nf

PS' iMTsViiefiwwhnii') ,,d" I"I 270i10.l1))_. way No. I ti. a point wh.. .aam NOTICE' Martin County, Florida, February 28. ,. U-rtlflrate No.. 248 l.iurd hav the filed nth I FTTORE RAIMONDI
1535,
A D
) h.I.k, i lul,,. fituarl InlP..I. wh.t I. known Iho ;; : Flh'h', 194'. ) of Aiiiu.t tin rourlh, AvonuiHillwoo.I ', F
The City of .nfflee. have made *
ap
which Amer. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .., In the II oo.oo Gr.nl.I 1.r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatpuriuant i In my o,1 I
thin of 1111111111 JomoyOU. '
Now
"Tli 1"I.rno ]
one will .. bId on Ch. .lua'lnl rdln ) tb'l.rloeso. I onolan ., In b. litrtl I
Hnu 111 Ill.I
run Mouthweatvrly MentIon ( ,
lo .I..lh.n '
\ W. Icanl II 1 their bunk CHKlSTItN llhe I) uPd lt.lneno tol'tih.oh "'lyIImy0t' I II Art of Slull ,, ... .mhnacno Ih.f.I."ln. trTOHE HAIMONPI, are her*
Koiilto 'Iorl"
h.v.pu,1pt. are aure thl the center TR.ioDM < Low. of .. '4. 'rtl. ttl In tha
:1:1iI Mohrul. ModhI' No. FM In th. by required to oa.ylnon.Ocu
: .1.I"ht, .h.lr.) PROGRAMS a point lh. Hume Interlerllthe 17 Chipler 1471 ;. d..vrlh.d nrnor.
sod tho
Slit. bofoc
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n. Unit abe
aafe. .tl Mobile doled oauto on or
depotlta are Van yhlflOI'tI 1..1101 FlotIlla
lIt)) .. Inlohol) Pick R.\DJ e.nter 10. "'"1. Bold No runrl i d of two-way VU.Aatta ( M. Irani.mltt'r of Act of lOll .. ..m."d.d.ro..i Co"nt, of SIurtIt. thirtieth day of March., A. D. 1(10.
"I'll who. thu Mich( 011; thono. .Itinf the | 11. Chapter. ZOOM$! Limo -.f '
N.., .I..lln 4'1'1 'Vn r M Korvlvrrtmkthir : lo Ittt \ 10..1... 4. II. 8T IN- aol) tult bolmt K unit for dlooroo.'I
8'.al JacltaonvUle Batur-t moOr line Clots Roail lo Acta of .the fullnwlniducrlbed 10.k Lt'CII \VllrKKOF I hove F Fh.n.uto
urlv.11' WPDQ. : tlh, hilt mount B DO IN WITNESS
the *hl 8,. limb 11 .nlnn. Mori LET a
point lr'.r .. land In Martin County FARMI bPn" hni, ..nI lb. arol ,,f I t
"I \ .N and ... In.talltd ,, I all of Lota 2Janil ant 100
ohm '
.IH'' Y... w 12:45: p.m. 8 Hlithway Nn.' I lb nee ..rl. .Id I.
day, of
: Ihe ioth uay rvbiuuy.A .
"' to op.r.lo. to..I. 24 lo 13 or HAN- Ibie C DOctOR I
,.. along, the continuation uf Road n, HOOK
.1.. P'u' (; Slob ln. MILtS
",t" a) the MI..rt Now.. "YOI mlh call It .I..rel. W. O. D S.-710-Sunday, 8:45: HI Into th* City of IId., This .uIprnpbt' I. to b. for operation FR PARK.mil a S a. nf Nfc'' Hoc HON (.RANT. R.L. 4041coiitnliilnn D. l 4flJ I'

1 i 'Gtn. tit,gtreot known aa ,I., .tt.\- 0 C rro.oruae, d by the I 7'S. 40,.1 04., 10 acre more or I.... R. POMFROYAt F '
Ei"nhol.r of the above
a. m. "* to th center r line of i-iorid.nlrr' fatrolVide tnrt: ., ,tf 'nO" The a>Mt mnt nf the laid properly Clerk '
4.J IAN urlo'. AIR-OUN that Colorado mountain (. named WDBO Orlando. Mondays, ni...t Comt% Railway) : 110.* 'UnNorlhwp.I..I" :nleolod! l fof thIS nilk BOOKER. PAKK.Ilr.n I a 8"D F NL'j I inder the ".14 ..rllirt. Itiutd .InIlh. atyled Court I
8..1.1110.' 'I. at. | alone (he lint of the .( equipment It. tililtl, I. up 10 andInoludlna namn of J. 24. Comp.ny. (Circuit Court, Heal)
'. L1"1 '.lh W1M"I.''urnllur,v for Aim 8:15: am. (Adv.) Florida ta.t Coutn.." to the the day of Mwrh. 1>4<. Section frill bl it.I, TS,., foe 40, hale R I B .IB V vuullo out Ullltll Illd utrtUlctlt Ihlll bt li- Fib. IS, March 1, 14, II, A D., 141.

'M. Irn, .t "....h. lion, I iiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiil) pulul vc l>lact >( b*.'lnrilh*. Tke lily. o( Vtuurt ...(y" the lilat ,

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rAGE EIGIIT 1'1IE 1l'AnT NEWS! STUAR1', Uartln Count, FLORIDA. TIIt'RoII'In! II 1 11$ "I'IIG == l

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I WFCS MEETS: TfESDIY JttK.i( \N\EIC: --I'EIKS author of the book I
Ull JGIIIt The Womans society of th<, I TRIALS: OF JIPINESEAIKR1MIIS : Cu-Pllot. "who will speak auditor-III th /o."jerc7Jhuck"; : LYR 1N

:MMhudlst church will meet aiJ t I \\ Fort Pierce high school I

t To the Citizens of the 12th Senatorial District: :i 1,1', i p I the in Tuesday monthly at business the church ant: I Judge A O K.u.ner:;- spoke to '! lum While:Tuesday Col. night Scott is making r. THE ATI a

.. Stuart Ru;aiuiu ut Wednesday'sluncheun auspicles / Icnj
piugiam meeting Mrs J. E. TayIni visit to this area under
i ) 1'. president will have charge I at Chlsholm Orlll on his of the St. Lucle county '? 1 11, ElLa

.\i il] ,i ii.. .)i' (ot anmwnceincMit. for) the office of The executive board will mel t I the legal ankles of the criminals.Carrying trials ol. I boy scout district council There uda( PROGRAMTHIS !
tomorrow at 10:30: a, m. at tin, the JapaiM war U Invited '
later date 1 would pub hiuch The business session will!I I tile caws through thechannels general public chart o11 p),( WE- U
:State< SIM ', tmlicly I tal.d; : < l that at a will be no admission m
tap followed by a covered dish, of the U 8. Supreme attached
The colonel Is no"" h
, ) state< i 0, ,ition on matters of interest to the '!luncheon to which oil women, I court he stressed the foresight to Army Air Force headquarters with fUit FRIDAYSATLMARCH u
V, re Invited! to attend and to remain ul tile framers of the coiuUtut- Washington He was formerly
': { eitirtm< / I i istr'ict. I seek this office with a full for the second study onCross I Ion Including: provisions which in with Gen Claire L Chen yri, ISA p
Over Africa. The minion I covered even phase of the unusual '
!' h Large
p.UU,1tllCli/ Doublet
. I circumstances arising out in mm *MOJ JW| ,
aW'IU''iI'K') :;;: ( problems) confronting: the people of course is being conducted I China and Burma Feature
of the Intel national conflicts No
)v Mis W O. Aldridge and MUiilia :
this '! in the coming critical postwar (' Atwood and begins at 1 30C ---- -. .. ...- LOOKS EASY AS PIE see
\ shill: ( ; ''l i ti-'ct< t } : 'In:' LES. IIORSIS
m MORTIS cotsri' IIU"'I'Jl.\L .. of trark.-r.
I : T\Kt NOTICE: Thec i.nlr. > full III
,\'('al'1) ; I'j i \\'illlJp to first legislate for) the good \u, j. LirpiMorr:, I Any shortage 01( shot (for bOll orators nation"hu with Know throe t hey! rouW little :
Mr and Mis Lawrence Cam run the I
I*
should
DIES; IT IIOBU SOUND;:, ( horses and mules .,.. 'I '
> \\ of all the 1 1" /, If'< I III'tll<(' district) and to combat what ap- William J. Llpplncott, 53. of cross announce t the birth of a ended now. The War Asset fin"And a M of f,, Ik, "'*<> have I >.

.. Nl'York, died of heart daughter Wed'ic-day. March: 13. I corporation has offered for sale .mall .vN in 1 tic" 1 ,nnpuuc', ) are : 10
}IK-UU i : to lie(' :: :, in' ;apolitical, clique seeking domination a attack AdmlsMon tu .1.1 1 Martin County ,: 662770' pounds of Iht'., Items aura the:: ..u1! TIIII the <''nv-' ':1. III1a
( curly Sunday at the estate: Hospital! Mis 'Ronald Cross. I ..nl. bcttlr, than, il. Ir' owners }
11111 I IK i 1 '" -iH-rally. Pressure bcinjrn 01 James K. Norris, on Hobe valued at $47, 2920 i-makc liKC" oj! i ; > ."' groups are -01111(1Lippincutt( Mrs. Otiu! Hd:><-rui Herbert i I| The horse and mule -hoi were wngs. :=: a
Hooter I{' i n Ci>1t\'. and Jack :
Army
cor'Irll' ill :"' to met their hands on the millions of t. a j eminent New DodrDIM. I i declared surplus by the 1 he fart In, munaEcment takena \\I' )I
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( ; '{UI k banker. and his wife hilt! ( I The WAC said a spot check : .p..lalllO'l l of f hriint.. requires UV\ RD G; tr4
-liu Kid Mi- John Stockton I ,'esrsnflrainine.calb.fnratnmbleed
(dollll') : '1111\ ; I i- State Treasury) and new sources of been the house guests of th Jarksoinillo Mrs Elizabeth I,:' showed" theyd find! a read | kno.Udao of financing. \ }\\ I)
domestic usiTlu
NoirKcs cliiiiiiB the season. The Thornton Mi H W Betsey C market for manufacturing .nJ wiling.Onrd JOJH;\ ). I
\:1: nested f when is needed. \bode bas sent to New York feunil.iv I i ----- nlanal1"IIr" _n rircc ..
11'\I'lllIl'( ( I 'f'1 1 ( none I 1 L Ha 1<'ait.1.: 1: lut> Cuilis, Mrs ,
Ini biiiinl (list engattu ct' t i"1--\ th.ttho can "n.n.lr.wI100-'
I
Wllll: Hav, .mil Mrs Olmliiii at tt S1 s: II
mi used the time of tit Rumltswere '! 000 a }iir or' nave' I mini 1 Sca/Le
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: I i which 'l'nolo loam" tiki' away k
QUOTESOF l I made of iron from 'cm in ITK n C t 1.'IM ,)I. \
Die'
.11iI, ,(q i : : I' \\'U'US) being fought during twosesHon THE 'WEEK"I MARTIN COUNTY IS John H Kobs i- ..,uli,itMifhinn Ions Management that it l Ialks< > in't'tu be I the front duck a D\ ,n I')

INVITED TO HEAR ) State Ci,;:( bi,cbillr work !lunch. I
I ''islature not practical beneficial FAMED WAR IIERO r
lr m : one I( bt r i the Ji>t 4ca, 11SPESSARD!, "
.iiTl Rot no pUm."-Hani/.I II Irtr 1 IE'[ SARMEY[ t I
01V'\ 'in..1 1 l'V: : ; .t-!' was done for the men and women .. / ., after resigning at keen : J \\ Y '-I Hi. S.'.'ut ""t i iiintu 1.- t. MARGARET I 151ROSAtINI ''I
01 JII'ri.' : ('li,,inn'.. ,.I I rit 1'l i ." DISTRIBUTES
NAVY
'.\ho\u-ui! (I' i i ipnn! ) to sen hch' country If I am __ K !h.i-l t xt"( ml'' d .1. 'I"i"c ," i.il jn\. t.... I vAl I
"Tut ju.< like homemade I to .sjdtiit. ..0 M I.i:tin ito ". HOLLANDe RATING CATALOG 'AMUlL: Nun

homued( 11"I l ,, Hers( ') of this district, credit for my elec- hrnd':"-krry. o f "ignrulturrImrrnon Iu( a'n l ('o: R'h'I'' \ i L fei ..t> .. : .1 ..(u "rdtalugu': \ ,'I Nit} ( nIi a
Army liiiiitu pit !too
/ lit
tnmfhng new atfanteriatio
I'' iioii)) \vi i! ) lC.) ;: 'Ileof):; you who voted for me. I never ; ,*" brad e"lIrl"Tf1l'" I, .::. ,t (Ii I Iunu' ,lI1d thl'll' nlat'dII ( U oso etcr.s.a I

min 1.,,(," I t ,II:,, I_ bl'IIL (Ii.tllbllt"d! (t tI' rIna'

lecentd( I )t ,inn nor! did I request permission from 1 I PO1171LtL .\:NNOt'N: ) ( EMENT ... ) '11. :NI; I 10:1rll' J.IIU" IIJI\I\ uslrRA.aew.IrF1iP asG I..

"fhvrr' truth In If," : I .,lI bll.'II1",. "11'11)1'' ) to md
thc's.o-1.. (-. ,i t til.' ians to make this race. I will use my Imirman." > Hnttrugan no defying- I loft KlPIIlMNT\ri\l: : 1'0,1\,11'' Mill, ; I IIJ1'IJI' or ', /
I Ih
"rCR. Truman laid h. wouldn't, ), ,,,1 l t"I'IJh. .
u\\/ n moneunce! ;: > this campaign, what little I have, rllooeetonrain'4s.' I To the Voters of Marlin ('bunt) : \\' /II ( ,,it'ilogui\ I't'.I<;> .1.-.1.d Steen ueS to, .

I announce nit tandidari ', i Hints I ( 111 tin N,i\\' ,mil l.t. Duet rFEATI
and will at J mc-s available to all the people) }) upon -* fur the t loriil,i House of Keprei I .DI tld'i dutit, ,1Id i, kn.. i ti-i.IoIl'd
"I"or tortrnnent to expect t or >eiitali\es. vubjict to the \ t. .
... ,' II. Irh t i Id i 'h uv ( ltt 1vandil
any k'uu-1.1! ]; t l' mallei: either district or state. attempt to ,require that business I DunoiratK prmiarim Int...}. r) hold b; Iht j nun nuns M
) enterprise be carried on with no 191C If will I senetun \ ... .
I 'dar' ( I \ tit\ 1.\11.i .. B 'Id( ? 11 lii 1 1I.
hope or incrnliv other I than to tu the bent ni\ abditssand (I
break if ahcer I.. "I i .IOIIP)) : i Ill i t'- II 0NI
even follySrnatmr cilia
I tespeclfulh ask toil bur
Capper Wilson, ]| ,I "i ;lOll!. r' ..: I.: d'1 i 01 1 ,
IF ELEC TO, I SHALL PURSUE, AMONG .. Caprharl, attacking herrylinfl Of i icott air confident and .upporl. M ..,.. '"1)' (fur \1.,1., I. .,I..' :Ndtt; .Iu.,
I kel that the nihtears uldiiing ad s 'AIt
absorptfoi'pullry.' / i 1.11.' n;lain\ t q| i J.>il III'i 'A ith an
liusiiifss user the entire o
OTHERS, THESE OBJECTIVES : ,". .'? cliurecs ul id( ('aunty han glten me knowledge sUNSti alit ,
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I : To aid in tile plan-i aYU/uY.r
'Free collective bargaining I. of the nerds( and desire I
; "r1 11' ; dl ablNI0,1.t Laa" ILI,
being, replaced fcy collective dc- I of our |people' ], i.f Martin .
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I i ''I' d'o i; (dt'r'.0( < i II )h )
.I mandinK."-Board tliairmun' j Count} and it mil enable meIn "UNITED I STATESSENATE : rt(
TO RRQU < S THE STATE TO REIMBURSE .1. I;. ,tllOIJ i on tl.i b."I'1.,I i ili ., CARTOOCHART.R +
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Mother, Anfl. I ". of Jlanuaehirers |iinxil.iiifl| honestlrrpre- c
.1 i ", a'i' li' lly: ,'II J ..u'cre' : (I ''G. I. l)1' .
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\" THE COUN" 1ES FOR FUNDS SPENT BY THECOUNTIES sent our tollnl' '. .l' ''II'roil' i ( m.11l( 'I.Ii i I..,' ;

sm" crib .n.4. FLORIDA/ and the Notion < 'pi" m.u bt Ill)' I..I i i I :In, n:,.
\\r wouldn't take the 1. S. )% Nerd in the United States SERIAL
i IN OBTAINING STATE ROAD t: I 'jpl'IIlI'' )' iclint I"I! Doel- 11I
I back, fried
' in bnlter-C'lik/: < M 1.It'III.: ULLL( \ Senof such Outstanding Service ,' 11'I"I
I i Vtawuj.:u. l n (C' 11
Red Doer, o/ 'the Pueblo Indiana Nj
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\ / 01 Holland Gori el W"IImeGov..nor / '
i RIGHTS Y. end at Staff Senator 'I"h,
II. Iii 1I.t: tl'.illl-"' p' ) \r?' Mil'\ 1
"BLAjARRO I 11)
:.'Lu') 'all.; ,11 ." .1., '.

.1. 'a. lm :Mull: 1)1., ..) ...
TO REDUCE THE VOTING AGE FROM '., t IIJ ,"

8O,00QTRIPS I.rn. .
TWENTY O'E; YEARS TO EIGHTEEN. ,, dl'I dc'c1,1, !

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aoewd l tan t jt,

TO COMPLETELY: EMANCIPATE THE SUNDM M01 t
I MARCH 17Ajcnr\

WOMEN OF THIS STATE, BOTH MARRIED R. U. AWARE ? .


I AND SINGLE, PLACING THEM ON AN EQUAL :---.. -
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i WITH MEN IN ALL RESPECTS.TO .

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WORK FOR THE RIGHTS OF ALL VETERANS -; .

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TO INSURE THAT THEY RECEIVE I .: ..:JJ'I 'P' .


THEIR JUST DESERTS, AND TO GUARANTEE '

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''I TO THEM( PREFERENCE IN EMPLOY- I THE GIANT TREE( FROGS or j

,to MEN r, KY ALL STATE DEPARTMENTS. ''J"IotAICA UP IN' THE! >lE TWOPKUL AND BREED TREES ItT40POLLS I

$ IN **rt I''
\ THAT+ !SIN THE
CUPPED (
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I' TO SEI THAT THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS RE- :"',,:" ,hi. ,''', ',,' j Y O
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CFIVE THEIrf SHARE OF FUNDS SPENT BY ,I "' ', tt d.,, 3a ,
II I .... 'AIE1! tut' i THE S fAT. AND TO INCREASE SUBSTANTIALLV I .. ... eeHab
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I' THE SALARIES PAID THE TEACH. -. ----
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ERS. : 80,000 times around the world-2 billion. miles That's the distance -- '


6 civilian trucks and buses travel every )car on Sinclair Lubricants. jj:,11hI


6M TO RESIST THE PRESSURE GROUPS IN 'Truck and bus-opcrators'scIcct'Sinclair.'Lubricants' : because I -


''I THEIR DEMANDS FOR NEW TAXES, REGARDLESS I they can be counted on to save wear and help prevent breakdowns THURSDAY MARCH 21 CARTOOf


t OF THE NAME THEY MIGHT ,in the"tough grind of hard war duty. Sinclair Lubricants of the rw0 LARGE FEATURES "HOCKEY HC


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THE STUART SEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, TIIl'RSDYIARCII! ll, 1946 PAGE NINE

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ANNOUNCES herewith her mother, Mrs. American Red Cross Aids I Mrs A L Brown. topic "Sider Visions" taken from
Martha Whittle WANTED COTTON RAGS NFWS
: Those who
1 S PLATFORM : enjoyed an oyster March Florida Parent Teacher.
Mr and Mrs. George Booser Wounded and AblebodiedNot supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs E. J. Smith first and second

k1 g beioie- a crowd of of New Cumberland Pa., and Mrs. O H. Johnson Friday night grades won the tree for most

|]IE III, Bartow former Miss Kate Riddle of Harrisburg long ago to a Red Cross field For example there was the I were Mrs. J. W. Quigley, Mrs. patents present. The following(
hq- L Holland, spent last weekend here as the director with in outfit on maneuvers blinded soldier whose face was horribly Ella McSvialn, Mis: Florence program was given Play. "Doctor i Waterfront PropertiesAlong
; gpessard guests of Mr. and Mrs J. P. wil-! flashed a message) that the motherof scarred, who was expecting a Tornllrson Estelle and Mary- Good Health" by J lir.st and
.d. III t UK United States bar enroute to their homes after a man in hit unit was critically visit from his wife and five-year' etta McSwain, all of St. Augustine second giades Miss Cropsi y. I the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound

MNE ten ,ne matters of im- spending the winter In St. Pet- ill, and the man old daughter It would be the first ,, Mrs Francis Houston of county supervisor gave a talk Ocean Frontage
was needed! at meeting in two years, he told the I
he would tisburg Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. and led the
I II, >f Fiorida homelmmecliaklvVith Red Cross girl who was teaching Jesse group In discussionon
11' ,'i Mected, Develop- Mr and Mrs II M. Korson of this met him rummy with! Braille cards. Griffin and children Alberta and Home and School taking hei

rcof 1 I Everglades National Erie, Pa., Is here occupying the sage from the 10!- + My: little girl knows I'm blind Eugene of Hobe Sound, Mr. and thought from the book Avenues
I P ,rnent of harbors George Mooney cottage. dler's Red Cross and she's planning how she'll do Mrs E. Johnson of Stuart, Mr. of Understanding one oi the .
I\ increased facl- Mrs. J. W. Quigley Mrs Ella chapter verifyingthe !/ things for me," he said. and Mrs. O D. Quigley and sons books Issued for Parent-Teach i

..I I 1'' ie 'ommerce and Mc'ain and daughters Mrs I illness, the But what she did not know, what Jesse and George, Mr and Mrs. work The outstanding thought s
soitai! facilities for Florence Tomlinson, EstElle and field director called had been kept from him so that it John D Stevenson and daughter was how can we help our young R'vER 2
No on the commanding officer who arranged might not retard his readjustment 'I'II
w isted Mary Ella McSwain of St. Augustine furlough Kathleen and Mr. and MisO people. Plans are on the way to
an emergency was the way he was scarred and
: and Mrs. Francis Houston While a courier sped up the line disfigured H. Johnson and family. organize a sewing group to meet
IIIIIIIJInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIul oi Jacksonville, spent last weekend to fetch the soldier, the Red Cross The Red Cross girl caught her The! Salerno P T. A Will calledto each week during the summer 17t

RNO NEWS here with relatives: and man was busy arranging trans breath "That's fine" she said order by President Mrs W. D Those present enjoyed the meet- .
< friends. portation. "111 meet them at the train." Blanton Friday night, March 8 Ing after which refreshment I

Mrs J L Shane Within a few hours the boy was Her heart sank upon seeing the at 8.30. Mrs. Oeo. Osborn De- were served and social time enJoyed : '' i
. It 0 D. QUIGLEYIIIIIIIIIIIIIImIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: Horace and' daughter Mrs.d.dP son I at the Red Cross field office where tiny ,girl It would be a Job to prepare votional Chairman took for her ,. N NN n wen sun
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I furlough papers and a ticket awaited her for the shock, to make
meeting and children Mary, Marjorie him, The field director drove sure she did not let her father sue k
t., Missionary Maryland and Minor of Melbourne 1- him to the airport and the boy arrived pect there was anything wrong.
a .n, ,huiPh Wednes- were visitors of Mr and home in time-not to see his Gently she told the child about DR. L. S. JONES
li March 6. Mrs. Mrs. Shelby McCulley Sunday.Mrs. mother die, but to save her life her daddy face, how it would get I
1M V n. devotional After Fingers and daughter with a blood transfusion. better, how much he loved her, and I IC
14 b meeting; Mrs Mrs W. B. Arnold and children Today, almost seven' months after that she mustn't be afraid. Then DR. W. J. QUINNChiropractor
\\lt "w,( the lesson on Paula and Ella of Fort Pierce V-J Day some 17,000( Red Cross with a prayer in her heart, she led .
otnrn. present were workers are still with the Gla at mother and child to where the
Mrs. J. P.M visited the McCulley family Sunday home and abroad. Hundreds, of clubs blinded soldier waited.
''I borne Mrs. L. M Arnold and Lucile and rest homo overseas are in operation The crucial moment had come.
: > Martha Whittle, De-Loach returned home with where men meet on leave, get :Now upon the actions of a little
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1 -, 'Kiev Mrs. O D. them to spend a week or two. home-cooked food, and that pi'ime girl, the future of this family would
1 I' jet' McPherson. Mr. and Mrs Clem Mathers, American favorite doughnuts and depend. For a moment the tot 301-02-03( COMEAU BLDG., WEST PALM BEACH ?
'J o \I;" i and children Sr. and daughter Sally and Mrs. coffee Music: and entertainment, stood in the doorway, looking at a-i
S1 e /pin.: ;, and Johnnie Ernest King called on Mi .. and books magazines, and home town her father across the room. Then PHONE 3650
''If i Sarasota called Mrs. Samuel Pesln of Belle Glade ncwspapora, lounge and writing without hesitation, came the patter 0n
"1 i,1\11, and Mrs. O rooms-all are popular. For men of little feet and she threw her w
Friday staying overnight there are cr,intertable arms around her father's neck
i, ,sainta ( Mr. and Mrs. H. Futch of West beds, clean sheets and hot Uaddy," she cried "Daddy, it's me )
I m. and daughter Palm Beach announce the mar- ihow ersMore -we're so glad to have you back!" PLUMBING FIXTURES Z
and Carl Wlllln riage of their daughter Mary Ann important than Red Cross A simple service yea' But it determined

town callers to Clem Mathers, Jr.. on Satur- services to tho able-bodied are the happiness of three Electrical and Household Supplies
those for the wounded and ill In
a ion" day, March 9 in Northwood people. Without the understandingheart
) Seeilev of West Baptist Church.Mr. army and, nary hospital the and the many who daily giveof Kitchen Sinks
meet ,)11 i her mothert country over, profess'onul! and volunteer their minds and souls, the adjustment
and Mrs. Charles Thompson Red Cross workers in 30x21 30x18
.. and Mrs. serve of thousands of servicemen
VPW.
:' son of Jack Thompson who many ,,'a'a. might be seriously retarded.The 24x18 24x16
1 II u.11.' has been recently dischargedfrom To the hospitalized a financial or American Red Cross needs Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties

( \>1> -an Hamilton the Army in Fort Dix N. J. family prfibkm may prey upon the $100,000,000( to carry on during the Chrome Swing Faucets Throughout Martin County
n 1 in Mrs Jack arrived Sunday. Charles will mind and dull the will to recovery. next fiscal year.
wi kendD Under: guidance of Red Cross medical Because farm families have a big ACREAGE -,- ItCHES
work with his father who Is Beautiful Ceiling FixturesEBNER'S !
rived home manager of the Sunrise Products social workers many a problem stake in the Red Cross they consistently Sew all'g Point River-to-Rher Properties
,.i iving his dls- Is dissolved, mod obstacle overcome. support the organization
.y5u 'g' YOlk Carl w0sunnv Inc. Programs directed !b:or recreation The Red Cross Is confident that and
and served Thpse who enjoyed a beach workers help patients forget their families In agricultural areas, the I Jupiter Island Ocean-to.Sound Estates Sites

party on Friday night on Salerno troubles Red! Cross volunteers backbone of the nation, will generously
cab Beach were Jeanette Thompson, supplement these workers with support the 1948 Fund 712-714 ORANGE AVE C. B. ARBOGAST
.1.i O'' E.
Rup-
o orge Hubert Charles, Francis and every conceivable service. Campaign
e N York :V Y spent Fort Pierce
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Mildred Stiller Marlon Harman I Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance
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Bill Stanger, Jimmlc Thompson -
S ,','K'' .M t Salerno Shores.o Albert of Miami. Charles of pltal after 10 days there.
Mary Redditt, Ruth Smith ---- -
.1.i Walter C. Errin Jim Brown, Mary Lou Whittle, Florida City and J. P. U. S. Navyof Mrs John Curtis returned

aso+ v turned i to their Sammie Whittle Joe Brown. San Francisco, California and I Saturday from Martin County
I her sister a
ting[ Mis Isabella Baumgardner returned two daughters Mrs. Annie Booth Hospital after a few days illness x 4y1
IJ 1\\ !Mr and Mrs f"t
e" Salerno Shores. home Sunday In Lake and Mrs. Elizabeth Thomton of ; there She Is improving. !

)0II'+ e II i 1 Paul Corcoran City after two weeks here with Melbourne. she had 13 grandchildren Mrs Martha Whittle and s f I
her sister, Mrs. J. A. Allman
,., ; itof Rhine- ash and six great-grand daughter Ann, of West Palm y gf r
Mr Allman.Mr.
\it t last weekend children. She was burled In Mel- Beach were the dinner guests
Il II Mi and Mrs. Roy Clem Mathers' mother bourne Cemetery Wednesday, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. ,
1 Salerno( ShoresDemonstration Mrs. Sally Lanier Mathers of March 6. Lane of Palm City.

>In Club Melbourne passed away on Sat- Mrs E. A. Baldwin and infant Jim Brown, Sic ot Mayport ll

h. nurch on Monday urday, March 2 at her home. daughter Helen Rose returned spending, a fifteen day leave

\ 11 I" ,rrh 1 II! The presl- Mrs. Mathers was 68 years of' home from Martin County Hos- herewith his parents, Mr. and i1Y
age and in 111 health for sometime -
'111' meeting with
Madison and
Born in came
',mal Miss Inscoe
to Melbourne In 1902 She W8&ma..ied LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental
('I ""I' Miss Joyce Bevis
to Lafayette Mather'sIn Homes with us.
'ffice would givell'mOnstlation
) 1895 who passed away sev-
t at
L. FULFORD
eral years ago. The funeral was
.
\li W L Merritt
held in First Baptist Churchof
the
5 '11' will be an all GR ..[ trials Y
Melbourne Rev. D. Frlnk pas-
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t h "veered dish lun- tor, officiated The Eastern Star BMIVC: e SCI.I INC: e RENTING:
SENT
t ? Ai the close of
ICIAt l'HOPEHTY I MANAGEMENT: :
had charge of the services at the
'ssion a soap mak- w
cemetery as she was an active
nJ ;inon was given byrne
Newnam
Building
member for 30 years. She is
following were survived by seven sons Clem, T. I Osceola and Flagler Aves Opp. FEC Depot / S
\11 Fred Pedersen,
Stuart Florida .
of Salerno. Walton and Harveyof ?
'n Osbornt Mrs S. D. :
Melbourne William of Stuart
::1 ""I\fl Miller Mrs. W.

I'' t1 I' Martha____ _un.Whittle. _______ ,
I 'acobs Mrs. Tillie l A I I I :

,It >'scot Sara Hawksworth.1 LOOK THESE OVER

C .1.1 (Chester Allen left

1. m New Oretna, N.

'p 'ding the winter here
II U nome 38 FT. ELCO SLEEPS SIX I

seen received that

l'' n very 111 after an NEW GREY DIESEL-PRICE $3,850.0C. EXCELLENT FOR HOUSEBOAT

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r Haines City spent DAY CRUISERPOWER "" '
26 FT. RICHARDSON t MMY KILOWATT
o K' < acre with his par- Y..r iltrtnc fciwxt
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,c Mrs W M MarrJi iI
"6-51" GREY, SPEED 11 M. P. H. GOOD CONDITION PRICE $2,500. k I
I IaIN Whittle of West
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I" 30 FT. CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER 't Plan Today to have an Electronic Age 1


CHRYSLER MARINE MOTOR JUST OVERHAULED. SLEEPS SIX IN TWO e e Home at the Lowest Rates in History!

CABINS. FISHING CHAIRS AND OUT RIGGERS. EXCELLENT CONDITION ,

PRICE $3,520.00 or The Electronic Age Home is the last I r'
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00EN' f W jll It will save you time, work and
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SEE THIS I I I too, the more uses to [|?B/f.)| which you ,

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EDA 36 FT. CUSTOM BUILT CRUISER the cost You measure r I the cost of I s

electric service for cooking meals, washing lr l-
"8" FRESH WATER COOLING CO2 FIRE SYSTEM DOUBLE I I II
120 H. P. GREY the laun- dry, cooling the house,
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PLANKED. A VERY ABLE BOAT PRICE $4,000.00 I s heating | t the water, refrigerating .

and the ry1't like in PENNIES in I \
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irv''Ife', your And you children tan your pass I 5 home. You must plan to have 1"1 t tI "

Eld standards if you letI I an all electric home now Electric '. f .I

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I THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORID.I, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1943 PAGE ELEVEN
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'" Mrs Carl F. Spence and dau- Martin. Mr. Martin was recently Mr. and Mrs William O. Litx Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Elliott Conrad Roth who has been

'f>, I SOCIAL NEWS of STUART II 11 ghter Kathleen left yesterdayfor discharged from the Navy, andIs who have spent the winter at who have teen vacationing on visiting his son and daughter- t

I Tex their home In San Angelo again working with Clary the Knapp Guest House have returned their boat, Seth, berthed at the in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B 'I
after spending a month as Brothers. to their home in Port I
TAYLOR, McCt'LLOCII Marine Service Co., left Tuesdayby Roth for two months has left
"'" Hewitt's classes and for several the house guest of her uncle and C-, Huron, Mich.
WEDDING PLANS years and did Red Cross canteen aunt, the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. __ automobile for their home In for his home In Portsmouth
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice -
.' The marriage of Miss Virginia work Mr. Taylor, who was recently Young of Cleveland Avenue. Harper Boston, Mass. Ohio. I
1 1R. having spent the past month Dr. and Mrs Howard W. Neall ,
fJ Fair McCulloch, daughter of released from active duty visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs of Port Sewall had as weekend IJ.
. In the Naval Reserve, was graduated Mr. and Mrs H. R. McClaln
.., Commander David Hugh Mc- I J. Y. Harper at their home in guests Mr and Mrs. Oilmartln ,
from St. Paul's School and had as visitors over the weekendMiss
- Culloch USNB. and Mrs. Mc- Riverside Park have returnedto of CchiMctady, N. Y.
from
Yale. He served In the Mildred Charge of Pahokle
Cullouch of New York and Sai Is Toronto Canada. .
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( European and Pacific theatres and Bill Alsobrook.
Point N. Y, to Bertrand
Leroy or war as executive officer and -e- I Dr and Mrs, Harry Mldklff of .
Taylor Taylor, III of, son of Mr. BertrandL air defense officer on a destroyerand Mrs. E. Lorrain McClain, has I Mrs. Ethel Porter who has Rio do Sul, Brazil were guests
Jupiter Island and spent the last five weeks vIsit- last
was awarded the Bronze been Clerk weekend of Dr. and Mrs.
New York and of Mrs Francis Star appointed temporary ing in Jacksonville, Gainesville Charge, A ,
for meritorious achievementat Carrie! of Osceola "
of the Local Selective Service
H. 1
McAdoo of
I
New
York will and the West coast returned to Boulevard' "
\ : Okinawa His clubs include fat Lucle Estates Dr.
Board Martin Mrs. Mc-
R.1' take County. I
place
on April 27th it was the her home on Colorado Avenue Midkitl
\ announced March 8. Brook and Racquet and Claln comes from her home in i i connected with the Long Distance

The ceremony will be performed Tennis. Leesburg, Florida and succeeds last Wednesday. I Prpsbvtomi) Mission in Brazil

In St. Thomas church. Mrs. Berllne G. Raynes. ''
New Mrs. Frank Andrews of Fort ._ Lines AreBusier
York by the Rev. Dr.
need Roellf
'1, o1nacated, traffic Brooks rector of the church Thomas, Ky, and her daughter, Mi. and Mrs. B. 0. Browningleft NO WONDER

-. e mnatrulrtlon Ilk.( and will be followed by a recept- Mrs.! Andrew Donaldson and for their home In Buffalo. Than EverMore

ion at the McCulloch home. three children have arrived at N. Y., concluding a six weeks
o era pavement will beargeatly Mrs. James M. Crane. jr., will Arabela on Sewall's Point to visit with their son and daugh- i Lf
'needed when thm'( be matron of honor for her sister spend the late season ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles its I good I its
slndj Of new cars take tO theo and the other attendants L. Browning of Eldorado Heights people are making more long 1

dIlec[">i tructlon or widenU Mrs. John H. Logan and Miss Mrs. Eleanor Voltz, a WAVE distance telephone calls than e\er and<
iritb; 'ncrete will reduce Elizabeth McCulloch also sistersof of Norman, Okla.. was discharged _M EHRET'S BEER you may experience de lave on tome of
suon and driving time- the bride, Miss Cynthia Mc in Memphis and has arrivedto Mrs. A. H. Ford has returned your calls.

hold down the accident ratepvsvastumtia Adoo and Miss Mary Frank. Mr. visit her husband's parEnts.Mr. from Tamplco, Mex., to visit /
maintenance Jack Chapin will serve as best and Mr*. Charles Voltz, her daughter, Mrs. C. Huston \Ve are doing everything! possible to ex.

_|911ure n muttity progress. man for Mr. Taylor. -a- and Charlotte Sallas on East FAMOUS FOR panel facilities This year thousand<< of
Miss McCulloch attended Miss Mr. and Mrs D. A. RaUtln left Fourth Street. Capt. Ford has mile of new long distance circuits are
Why you're Safer Friday for their home in Peru, gone on to .New York. FINE FLAVORSINCE1866 bring added! -additional long distance

on Concrete Ind., after spending two monthsas switchboards are l being! Installed many
SAFE. DEPENDABLEPEST the guests of Mr. and hits. Recent guests arriving at the place and hundreds of young women
Concrete provides an event, Robert Ralstln St. LucIe Hotel include Dr. and
dependable surface, sure tr c- CONTROL Mrs. Judd Wilson, Dr. and Mrs.T. are being employed and trained as op-
R Fletcher, eralors to help meet the Increasing demand
o4reiaal shine, utmost vielit Mr. and Mrs. Arle Stuart have Dr. C. W. Dawson
ncht-qualitie vital t" been Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald Mc- ENJOY A for more long distance service.
bWty '" entertaining Mr. and Mrs
a fee protection of you and t" '11'1 ') 4 '1t Oriel Stuart of Oeorgianna. Ala., Clintock all of Columbus; Mrs. BOTTLE OFEHRET'S It's a big job and<<1 will take lime. Until
D Ruth Branen
and Miss
mot family on the road. CoIr'( I 'i .... and Mrs. o W. Davis and son, Haass of Troy. N. Y; Mr.Olga and REt s the job U done ve will continue to need<<1
''''. ''' Stuart, of Greenville Ala. BEER when circuits loacled<<1 1I..y
that highways ''",; Mrs Ous Sumner, Ontario, Can- I your help are over-
Insist your -
ada and Mr. XrRaI3 the nrrtice only for
and Mrs. L. La TODAY using necessary
Mrs.
be built of Call 7979 O. F. Johnson and daughter. -
Bombard of Ontario. ('011.. Your continued cooperation I. appreciated.
Lillian, have returned from LR
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concrete ere So. Oliv WPB, Fl. .
_ro- Moriches Center L. I. and. with DISTRIBUTOR
Mrs. William France of Knoxville -
Wot Palm Btich. Florid Mr. Johnson have been entertaining -
Tenn., has arrived to visit
U. S. Rout No. I his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mearsof ROBERT KNOBEl-Wholesale Beer & Wine SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONEAND

Needs to bs R. O Robinson .of Speonk, N. Y. Riverside Drive Since Mrs. 2049 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Flo.

Modernized end France's arrival Mrs. Mears has Telephone 2.5824 TELEGRAPH COMPANY
loved with Concrete Docks Seawalls Mrs L. M. Brooks of Miami ,...,p.,....
greatly Improved In health.
was the weekend guests of her SERVED AT MARINE ROOM BAR
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N son-in-law and daughter Mr.
Boat HousesAll Mrs. Oeo. W. Conrad with officIal -
and Mrs. Harry Singlehurst, at
PORTLAND CEMENT position In the offices of
their home the Sea Horse in
ASSOCIATION Great Lakes Pipe Line Company,
Rio. -- --
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Hut mat, lilanlt I, C*. Types Of Marine Kansas City. Missouri arrived
last Sunday and Is staying with I
Mr} and Mrs. Earl Tillman
A wile*!arb enNI.Ixav..d.t ConstructionIVAN have Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Bess of II
returned from Fort Meyers
.s/vd rotes nag. where Nlpperslnk Lodge, Port Sewall. I
they were guests of Mr.
Mr. Conrad has resigned his I
TAYLORP. position
and Mrs. Sam Headley and
in Kansas City, and has
Lakeland where they visited her *
come to Stuart to make his residence I'I
O. Box 474 parents Mr and Mrs J. A.
Brow, and will take charge of ,
Nlpperslnk Farms. Mrs. Conrad I
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and son rill arrive about March I
O=O. Mr. and Mrs William P. Smithof

iC Bar; I Mr.Miami and were Mrs.weekend II. H. Dockeryat guestsof 30. Lei's Tackle Inflatiok1


ictory First their Street.riverfront-e-home on West spent bourne Mr. L.last with C. week-end Klckllter his daughter of In Stuart Mel and ili iliWhile


son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. WillIam -
I Miss Fannie Love has arrived -
OPEN C Martin and grandson and
from New Castle, Pa., to
DAILY 9 a. m. to 1:30: a. m. p 01 spend a month at the Majestic granddaughter. Larry and Lynn We Can I

Apartments. Miss Love is con-
SUNDAYS 12:30: p. m. to 1:30: nected with the Citizens Bank of Fort Pierce, Florida


PACKAGE DS.i i New Mr Castle.and Mrs.- e-S. O. Koster of FREDERICK Foot Phone Specialist L.782 PORTER I ,j'I i' t tYou

'
SOLD 9 a. m. to 12 a. m. Chlpley] and their son and dau- Room 204

ghter-in-law and Mrs. Tom Kos- Sunrise Theatre Bid?. don't want your dollars to buy less Why Because price controls in pence II
Except Sundays 9 ter of Montgomery, Ala. were
house guests from Friday to and less and less I time hinder the production of good.*. I:

Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Business cannot live by producing at a i
IARINE Rollins of St. Lucie Crescent. YOU'RE WU.L Atlp You don't want your savings to melt
ROOM-BAR loss. And so, goods that can't be made to [i
i ITRONO AGAIN ,BtTTY- away I Or the value of your life insurance
I sell at the prices fixed by the governmentjust
Mr and Mrs. John M. Law ,Jr., i
dwindle!
ANCING NIGHTLY TO 1 1:30: P. M. p 01 were dinner guests Tuesday HAMS TO OUR DOCTOR, to don't pet made. : '

night of Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. ''YOURlOTHU'S CARE, Yet that is what inflation can do to all .
:
Nor will the raising of price ceiling
COCKTAIL LOUNGE Tweed of Palm Beach Follow- .1
l dinner of AND THE of u,. Therefore, thoughtful people I
ing they were guests PRESCRIPTIONSWE solve the problem.When costs and selling !
A-l. MIXED DRINKSEnjoy II IIococ Mi and Mrs. C H. Ellis of West everywhere are concerned with ways to .
II
HAD FILLED AT prices are subject to change at any moment

==== :===.ooo.ooot ====o Palm house to Beach celebrate who their held fortieth.open smother it before it gets out of hand. by government action, production II

i Ruby i wedding anniversary. STUART One major cause of inflation it a short has to be on a day-to-day basis. "
DRUG; CORP.
Lt Comdr. Donald Reardon age of goods when people have moneyto That means uncertainty reduced :

,I The Finest flew from Washington Satur- spend for things they want. output.more inflation. i I
day for an over night visit with
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. James That cause can be eliminated by the ISN'T THIS THE ANSWER? 1:1:

H. Reardon, of the Sunrise Inn. of fast in
OODSCOCKTAILS -e- X production goods quantity. Remove price controls on manufactured \

Col E. T. Bennett and Mrs BUT THERE'S A BOTTLENECK goods and production will step up
Bennett of Orlando were guests fat. '
of Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Bennett of the there wasn't
During war enough a
St. Lucle Estates enroute to a I Goods will then pour into the market
AT :THE labor and materials to meet the needsof
l
Miami last week Col. Bennetthas
and, within a reasonable time, prices will
just returned from a tour war and still produce all the civilian
of duty in India and China. goods people wanted and could buy. adjust themselves naturally -as they always -
I .
lue Goose e have- in line with the real worth of

Lt, Joseph Oreenlees returned PLENAMINS $4.79 Therefore price controls on civilian things. (
from Toklo last week and was UNICAPS $2.95
met by his wife in Jacksonville I LIRIMIN CAPSULES .$3.50enafL goods were substituted for competitionto Competition has never failed to product

They proceeded here to visit his i I keep prices down. this result. I

cializing in Delicious parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles t
"Chicken in Basket" and
the
Oreenlees of Tropical Farms. I Today this country has all the labor and This is the way you can get the !goods I

Western Steaks. iSTUARTDRUG I materials necessary to turn out the things you want st prices you can afford to pay. !I I
Mrs. Berllne O. Raynes, for
mer Clerk of the Local Selective CORP. people went. Please think this over. Then tell your \

Jar Package Store Grill Service Board has left Stuartto PHONE II I Yet goods are still scarce. Store shelvesare representatives in Congress what you be- r I
join her husband in St. Louis
Missouri. CTVART.riA. o.ua.tour still bare. The national pocketbook lievs should be done. You owe it to your. J t t

continues to bulge Inflation grows. self and to your country's welfare. I '
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lirS SMOTHER \\HFLM\ON.\ poitcarJtJJrtmJ tat fit National Allocation H I ,
Just ReceivedBig
[ of Manufacturers, 14 West 19th Street, Nee Ytrk 20, N. Y., uill bring

your copy of a toolltt txplainiitf i. detail wkj price contrtlt ell.... inflation. J ; ,

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P\GE TWEL>t TIlE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, TIURSDU, :MARCH 14, 1946 __ and
fertilizer\ graphical dlvi 1
___ _u....___ _, ear exceeded 274,8 tons of mixed ltllll:
of the fiscal ) tons of capita
4 NEW KOD\K WILL citizens should be proud that clum, phosphorus and better months amount six and seventh-tenth

RECORD ATOM BOMB; REDCROSS such a man as Samuel W. Tray- quality protein. borne of these by $151975 the fertilizer materials, on farms and

:- Your loi lives in our county and Is values were returned when bread collected all of last year. 1 fruit orchards, SAILFISHI

t'" The Eastman Kodak Company part of us We need men of his was enriched Enrichment put Collections up to March polk County, In the center oftht' PIb

\ announced the development of must carry ont Quality. men free irom prejudices back the lost three B-vltamins vine Mil.891 for liquor and state, led the state with AND RIVER FSMN| |

\ t a new camera without lenses to I greed and unselfishness We (thiamin, ribeflavln and nlain $92,893 for beer permits The department 72395 tons. I nnWHITICAR ;
'- need men who are pious, neW sp-
t capture an accurate record of Your Red Cross generous and also Iron. received 68 FUE1
I the atom bomb listen if the r and wholesome who willII' If present level of enrichmentis plications for beer and liquor rLORID.ILEtlS IVriJOPOSED :
explosion of tin bomb I II 1 1.000 Hatches OKI he( (' credit where credit U due continued, the new 80 per licenses during the month of CONSTRICTION: e ,- eMI .
comfort of Jiogpitalued f' Mi Traylor and his goodness will the same P..
during
times brighter than tin sun cent flour will give these same February, and I
-,- icter- I l1vI'dle. values and in addition improvethe month revoked only one license :News Record I \ ,
1 Engineering \
i ana and srn'icr -- '- South i :
protein quality -- magazine reports that the \
iI' people ct rrj/-/ The new (flour Is much finer (ft'NTY 'SES TrKriti: rn trails the nation with $91 per .. c
I HomeDemonstration in color than ..'hole'wht'aL \IIKI'I
and llghtei
where Mr/// nut future heavy
REALESTATE / for proposed "
diUslon capita ..- ...
Statistical
flour The State Florida > VfN'
it* 1946 F nd ..construction' but that I It '
NowI hilI.' world needs for report! for January indicates ( stateIn this geo- -'" PHO N'
Cam pat fin ottrGncgetu ron'l11rd,,: !heads the 11
K I bead are great American( housewives that :Martin County Iii
IOMJ/ / Notes need to give more thoughtto ----
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tt> ;MISS UTILE 1NSCOE saving this food Do not over- -
buy, but purchase bread In small cif)
IT BEARS
UNLESS THE
I bread cool andwell DEEP FREEZE NAM 1 (
quantities Keep IT ISN'T A
y I t>e of New Bread Urged Ry
tem..L :Nutritionists covered to prevent mold.
I The. refrigerator Is :he best placeto
Ev American will be
mak-
i"r 9w HtIf
iiwwr ] loaf of
stole a well-wiapped
ing a small, but real, contribution DEEPFREEZENow
:>>
--- bread if there is room Otherwise -
InvestmentsSale toward relieving hunger and
I.' '.1',' >11 1 hUl1 suffering of the world in using \ 'Keep It In a well ventilatedbox 111I

\\',. 1 lath .1 i nut, amongst t UR.1111 the new flour and bread, ordered in a cool place for
Now
and Listings Through. STUARTand "V) i In t mil( cm a stianger, n few by the pi'evident. on Display SaleAT --I
out Martin County. \' .,us 11.0 Today he Is one of the To avoid mistaken impressions MQlOIt T\\ snows BIO Ir

What it Needs 1)1" st Known In our! city, not for about the new bread, the Bureauof INCIttlSE IN ST.TETALLAHASSEE I
what t In did with money but for Human Nutrition and Home
W. B. TILTON lit KlITII:: : STIMMFLLIRIH11 : : iFNSi Revenue

what t he did as a good man It Is Economics offers the following -
.. tint t tint he bought a swamp from the sail.' of state beet &
__. ..-- MotD facts about the nutritive valueof 1&I
Kreuger Building .lad! developed( ) it Into one of the American bread, past, presentand and liquor licenses Is steadily Increasing I
*' \CITIZEN: Toon.w beauty spots of the county He future: ; according to a recent t Electric Shoj cl
PHONE 161 Christopher
Home Phone 15S-M : I! t t'I1'' 1 In lilt'. )heats(' Is built n home, one of the finest For many years modern white report from the State Beverage

I h -I"t A-- d I i up] ".11: :in liullvUluil\ \ I :In the state: His flower gardenIs tloui has been losing important Department 111c
Reveniu for the first
unsurpassed for beauty and eight
values in milling. In order
u .t inn! lu lH1' died TO'I'IIII2IL"IJlIJ1H'l1h to
: fragrance lie has never failed to have it white and fine with ,
: ,std elaborate build- good ----- --- DISTRIBUTORS[ FOR MARTIN[ COUNTY

IHII HI IIIIIIIIII1IIIiIIIlllllllllllllllllil II II! !I! II II I Il'I in; "j 1 sunn' have b,en erected support never failed a chaiatlble his church cause or his He ol keeping the qualities has, the been outer coat SORE a I
grain removedand
huul: >i uta a man who lived a !Rood fellow men when they were In with it : ; EASY TERMS

I:4: =- : r" : I U: M: *4 ill";t i iJill'dlth\ compassion and I need No man wag too high o: thiamin about and seveneighthsof I ,e c
1'11.1111fOl' his kllott men These niacin three- TI
I too I"W to be welcomed to his fouiths of the rlvlflavln and 4
(c hurts only came about after THROAT
LOTS O' FOLKS tHEVGET This man never had a fifths of the '
"WHEN tin man had passed on to the iron as well as cal- 'a
fu p word for :Inv man.
MARRIED, ARt LIKE out i I' world This is not fall to ,, ; I ..... duetocoldsLet
Tin pit\: ,1 l Stunt needs menu
POLITICIANS-- FORGET tin man, even though his mine 'mitt ''I i ,?"I 0 i .
-ZZ? : THEIR will! be carried down tlnoin.liih 11 III I: the PRAISE throat due to colds and helps relieve

j i $. PROMISES centuries HP should b ,; 1 J'I-': ."II lei bt Sven LOCAL TRUCKINGWe irritation In urpcr breathing passages RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRING HOUSE WIRING AND CONTRACTI
/ praised) while alhi so that h, To Ease
i r'I i ilv tVr 'thtj haul Anything Anywhere Spasms Coughing: I
) cut cherish th tll'l'lht'i of 1 hJ i Put a good spoonful of VapoKub lit a
Y<; '. fl'll'nds.i Anytime bowl I of boiling water.Wonderful relief\ Stuart's Little Electric Store I
,, .. conies as you breathe In the steaming! Biggest
rLF" Praise follows\ t:nth 1 11 .1: CENTRAL medicinal vapors that penetrate to d
.. and only overtake in .it t tltiave I. TRUCK LINES cold-congested upper breathing pas- I
Here and here Uom, w sngc*. .soothes the Irritation,quiets
distance WHERE [ AND THE PRICE
\\ .- long hauling fiuof coughing,helps clear head. THE QUALITY [IS HIGH LO
: many men Great. and mal: C
; '
;;;: ; Relief
For Added
rub
VapoRub on
or be praised for the good Vollrath Plumbing
'''; t. ,' things they did In life Plausibility i Service throat, chest, back. Let its 0dOUblenctionket'I'V CALL ON US PHONES DAY 117; NITE 295-J a

\) c holds praise to her skirt .' iI I C K S

d..ft)\\.t/. : t I until the grave because we an I iI VApoRua
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prone to give credit where cicdlt ? -- -
I
Whon we prem.you. Good eleelri..l.epH. I is due Everyone who lives hasa I
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y.u Gel a I.e.u.e certain amount of praise duo I .1
f
WHAT WE DO TODAY YOL'LL RE
MEMBER TOMORROW Dun ....k.ch.nco. tlum but while we live we. a, I
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......d.h..I I sour.p,daU'd"dn. when.1.nunn HU,conb. a' friends are profuse and our I I
the CHRISTOPHI-R ELECTRIC SHOP i i 1.units too sparing I
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Ti ue praise la frequently tli. y 1dt't
:t I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIlilt r
10'i ''Jl the common man Falspiii
H r.. -P is always confined to tin S a

-u'at. Let us not wait until a

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MOTOR LINES

THE FRIENDLY SPOT IN THE P. O. ARCADE I


SIX T\I (Ml..sDATIIIXC. .1 IliltleS!
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<; ('APSSUN
STRAIGHT TALK FLORIDA GRElf"IIOUND
(;LASSES LINES
The T formation: steps into the
fashion '! Sh ulikrs
1911 lineup ire
( D. D. T. FLIT INSECTICIDE extended to give exciting width and
to form the rneiest bit of cap
MOTH CAKCSCASTCI1 I sleeves, And the length of the
dress falls straight as n plumb line
I from the broad shoulders,
EGG DYE The liquid lines of rayon :faille d
I and the rustling whisper of plaid Great new benefits. In! ations along oilier; Grej:; bound
CASTCI UUXNIES taffeta ale combined in this lash. routes lead
AND DUCKS I Ion Frock of the Week. The cap public highway trans ing to more than CoOO cities and
sleeves aro winged and slashed towns
LUNCHEONETTE FOUNTAIN open, and then cut deep' into theurmhole portation will be brought to bus line patrons all over America. Special will
: to bate pretty arms, The in Florida as a result of the 1 express run
recent
CIGARS CIGARETTES I reason's lighthearted softness is >- provide new high standards of highway
I found in the shoulder, shirring and announced! affiliation of Florida :Motor\ Lines travel distant
to
CANDY PERFUMES I, in tho shirred peplum that ripples point.nd in cutaway fashion from the waist- with the nationwide system of GrehoundLines. advertising will
YOUR lire. That's a fashion designer'strick give increased atten
FAVORITE MAGAZINE and NEWSPAPERR. for making your waist look tion to the counties) travel
l I smaller than ever before. The Under thv attractions of
Greyhound banner the
L CROSS, Mgr./ separate) t skirt is slim and true to Florida Florida, sen ing to send) increased volumesof

I the T formation. lines will remain a Florida corporation.. tour and travel business
--- to this
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Operations will be directed and manned by Florida

the same executives and Motor Lines' tradition of excellence .
personnel who have
in bus l service still be,
393 FEETFEDERAL built the company to its present position of intensified as official maintained and

importance. Results of nil Greyhound advances Florida and employees of
Greliound) Lines continue at their
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE in highway transportation( however, work of bringing
will henceforth ; Florida the finest highway
CENTRALLY LOCATED be Je\'oteJ to the improve.
transportation it has
ever known.
ment of service to Florida travelers.

220 FEET DEEPWITH Newly-designed, more luxurious highway

coaches developed for Greyhound will be

APPROXIMATELY 300 FEET WATER FRONTAGE available for me in Florida. Varied innovations .

V THE ONLY "LARGE" FEDERAL HIGHWAYS in
service
passenger depot facilities,

PROPERTY AVAILABLE IN STUART food service ana( bus scheduling will be FLORIDAGREYHOUND

adapted to Florida operations, as they! are

ACT QUICK (developed for the widespread Greyhound

i, .t tystem.!
PRICED RIGHT FOR QUICK SALE Schedules along Florida Grevliounl LINES

routes will be closely] dovetailed into oper-

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