The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00107
 Material Information
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: January 17, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00107
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ijRGENT NEED IN ('ra''. Stuart -peakei of thr DOUBLED QUOTA

- I4l rs. J anotta Leads Women I 114S (House of Kepicsrillative.

was one of six candidates Purchase

-MARTIN 1 COUNTY -- .. -- -- qualifying with Secretary/ for of Slate state offices It..t. VICTORY BONDS $120,000 of

SUCCESSFUL GULF STREAM ANGLERS fray; :Minnl.iv. He Ii Is running

I HERE'S DATA ON for Slate Scrute. from thc I
new Kobe
Wenninger Represents Citizens 12th District compilsrd of I Final{ Tally 'In Today Shows Sound Estate

In Plea For ReAppor C-rjond.: Also Over The
Indian ltl"er, St lucic and
tionment of VotingRf'prelf'ntation WINTER CONTEST i\loI.'lIn. counties. Top

._- -- -- Martin c :unt\ nine than 1:1'lllt.\: ill,. ....i/1"1, it It.d <1,111.jllllkid'l i t ,I''. ,, ,

AND J t RedlstrlctiDR lit I Martha county( rt' Stuart Sailfish Club Operate CAPT FRED HODGKINS doubled Its overall Victors bond of< )Jo6Oft:)( : ( iu! :Mai/ n IJ cuuuly.i t1

:OMI to mote in
voting 'sin tn tun by the [In'" Building i L' of $374539, and exceeded Its E. l b\' tll' 1 1:1"-1'1: i ,<' i r l'I'upir1I''s] |' i ; i l 1'01'i \ }1O.OOIl.: ( JI "
reprc I 'I
Fred ,
Capl ( Hodgkins 83,
I Wtr : Bond quota oi S81.000) with purr t tlllllll'( \\lli J1 1:11)I:i ) or.I 11 i cam i \ It'Il'I' fnlJJ) .'\11'1" ,
t 1 1a
jomnilsslom: 's as urged ,ItWednesday' y lAmoliir. Me long a winter ,resident r11:1'1': I '.
chase :i '
Sc II hundred attractive of SC343J A. C Cnuts01tI ) :'
meeting ot the here/ :!. died Jan. 8 at his .
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chairman, III .
I was :utormed by State -- -- --- tl III M lion I d I t "
.icwn Usigned Stuart Sailfish home there after a short illness
jounty board fc A. Mcnnmne! authorities thlj morning County 000 MIS w s llul"\ '
Club buttons have Just been' rev/ Funeral" services were held Jan SUSPEND
schools COACH!!
representing/ number of Stuart : exceeded their unit quota! Lot
4. block 110 l1J' .
.0 He married Alice M Cogglns u. '
"Itizcns, stated that 54 per cent ,rlvi,"! i from the manufacturer, by 25' .
I of Lamolne in 1891 She survive tu Mr. and Mi Eo" ,
if the people uc icpiesenlcdM ,nih <>nlet ils announced this af- The \'Ii'loy: Loan wo oversubscribed -
-- the board by out lomnilsMoi! him. I nitonally! by2'!) IN! AFTERMATH: Falk ol We :}pcl l 1',, .
le:nooiih He went ,
to sea as a boy rising
rr who has one vote out of live old In h lui'lda i b1(10\ ( Nat Lat 3 block lot(! tll J. 1. Ii

[Basing figures| n the list census III'W buttons are designed' to the captaincy of five schooner traal:i:<1 E-quota i \' ,i., lopped() I b;, 10 11" Fall ol w"tp I 't; !.

he gave; flumes\ :showing: one aloha .he lines of the classic tile type four-master vessels largest Inez of' which N Caner was- and In 1 h'II1I'jI.1 I i I In) 1 I'-; OF FISTIC e' ?fRAY lcn\ has sold L..t. .,: (. ;,

aoard member' rcpiescntini 626 Rcli-ii.sc Button with Inset
: an ," which he had built and ofI 110 to Mr ulxl: I\1: 1iuemun ,.
ki :,- bronze sailfish! in the .
( r gold I 'GD1D
which he was majority: / ownn C MEET ..
: of Ch.) ( ''" :
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nan for more than 3400 button center He retired in 1911. I Information riled ; School I,
Quoting tin 1 law that says I hearing/ Set For Friday Waite, C. R"i.JIJ.; ', it
i The !Sailfish! Club has set up Capt. Hodsklns last year /Kcelvd '- Sands. Bucks Lr.,1.
:ominisslom shall /icdislrict\ Afternoon : :
"" his 50-jcur medal f liomLKonit IS SET TOMWOMAN'S I II
I' Lots 527 and ;r,'; o)
from time to :line to keep theproper I an oilierfu the county agent'soffice Lodge f .&A.M. Elhwoith ,
proportion he referred/ the building I Coach Anton KJPllintle: is un- I Harold C. Sa\U\ :" s.. "
i in Oughtcison -
to Palm Beach county action Pictured( 1 kJI( :<1 ))1 'It t .rim"n'r, ( .0' A .J 1 IS'Inte. Jci sen ; Me : ute was a director\ of rll'I' temporary" suspension by ,:, Caroline FI117 pd', ) ,
where Mrs Anna Bicintk
which recently brought an older beach. Mali Hciin, Muller. C'.ml Earl Du !Mrs' R H Bou'th- will distribute/ the buttons. Llbt'l'y i : National tamoine Dink. smut amember O GLOB school author. ( '. and a special [ 6 and 7. block -id l h', .\ is

from the Supreme Court for redistricting ton of I'rI'Y.: Oi. L. \W. Booker. Tone Haute Ind Sgt. R of OiaiiM! and school hearing has I been set by for *3 000
Hours front 8:30 In the ,
He urged the boardto L. Stahl Camp ]I'ClelallCf. Ala. and R. H Buughton of Perry/ are : a (h> I'on and In'aII/,1'{ t 0thl'\ i t the board ol public Instruction I I A. R. Cm'te,,' oj 1/1'' ::
nioiiilnx) until 5 In the after- Uapl,,t church; 'in 1,1111111" ',, 1.1 :> in; ,h..Jp" (; ,
Oa, posed beneath: catch of bought ,'
I comply with UK constitution a sailfish ainbcrjack and false tot :30: p.m Frlt.ty: : to probe details u \\tel'IJ;;
II II I and forestall tlueuleupd move albacore/ The fish were/' caught! from the Jean/ Dare/ of the noon. A bronze button is award- I1.("side; 'u 'T 'J 1 011111111'>on !Mainloimccl .; of an Hluuutlon at the Mr. and Mrs RH'.I< l r. ,
ed fur sailfish undei 7 feet 6 tin n':i 'nil mrnbership I
Frazier/ Creek fleet $ CHECK for $5000
I to ask fur a court older, $18fOOO tehool: Tuesday in which Kocnjingpi -
itches silver for fish between ol the Lhumbci of tonin -
Commissioner Arthur Slim ; ._ I Is alleged to have struck Port Bewail R\ ",, r
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? 7 ft 0 Inches and 8 feet and (ec. which'! will attend a meet ,
Hobe Sound, objected that one : Principal J. Hnirv/ P Thomas I bought several pn i : (
I COUNTY HOARD VOTES gold for sail 8 feet and overAll Ini' at 8 o dock) lonuht at StuartJman' Oate .
FUND property I Iron Vii
commission would have She
I c i prac- county piuaecutora office I
: CIRCUIT COURT I \\(> s Club
I tically all UK Ores to cover. : fish entered In the tournu has Hied an lists motion against Randolph Nobk : w''
Plans fur 1040/ (
1 leaving two member In Stuart/ t ___ __ I moot: must be measured' and tmpiliti and \tile Keen 11 ger on 'Ihomiu' behalf I $2300 .

1 to care for the problems of roads, I weighed at Stuart Fire $ iUonlouThament :. ....M Htm count h...si i\l"\ rreeved rmmpletiunof charging assault and battery T1W Flori/ ;)nc, r" "r I?
,. SOUNDS OnCKET [ ( the Chamber s new home' will
Mar:!In county eonin is*! .onf.'l'I
I bridges/ cU In 10111.01' me squarepyJJggJf entries to date ,I a check for 18000 is January ho among topics) \'I' be discussedUK ; Bond of $100 was set with ap-I perty at Salerno h.1 hI'i
1 1I ..oWllatlo'l! hWt<;l nsthahOle ,. voted fdri"4das) 'IF pay *SU a' are: payment 1'1'0111111' Stale' i'.uliu public i n III 11'01111' to otter pear me-- in county court erred to Mi s Jeunt, : i'

I ,, basis for dl.yt.rlcti I month for the first six months SAILFISH fund Last year 1 the check/ 12. $3,700.

Men DUiaionJohn .
: lelt'aOl'! eh.tlnb"1" i at I Coiimnte
Jiidt A O Kaiinu,
Other members I agreed thatIt in 1946 towards the < ch'cultlu"II' for January was only $4000 I'lunk Mu:;on boohI I ""
salary ol '--
P. Christensen, '
8 feet, action in the eun m ycal I
was a problem with many the local librailin The money ; sounded the dock for circuit Inches Women's Division Mrs I II Comptroller: J. M. Lee, said NO PHONC/ STRIKE of Stuart hlghw n' pi lW,: 1

Ingles to be worked out Action coint this week and set : that all time high was\ set b\ IN MARTIN COUNTY Albert Treinj 1oi l i <1 7(11I(
iras deferred will be taken from the ra e track i casts for trial during the next' I Mary Janotta of Wllmette 111, tile January distribution 1-11' NO TICKS HERE W. II Eurlc] hm i sold) 1 Ii,

------ fund and additional aid will be six weeks The case; of HubertBroA / I took the lead amoni feminine ;ncllcated that the counties will All l local telephone service rc- I and house/ at oStll'l'l "

(INDIANTOWN KIDS extended according to thc amount 'i was disposed of in the I ( < if nun'il' on' 1"li'; Time) I receive mote from racing! this l1llllll'd' in effed here over the Smith for 14,50'i')

opening session Brown colored I : : : BUT CATTLEMEN .. In Stuart 'JIIIJ"o,, :s.,,
FIRST ON QUOTA brought In by tills sear year than ever befenc ('rk-Iud. despite\ the wide
charged, with assault to com bought St. Lnelr I H1' '
) \ : I
The law which regulates \Ui ,
OF DIMES -on's lacing taxcx ;'K" ul eommiiiiieations;
,I mit murdei, as found guilt! and I distribution of Smith for $Ji: ,(Ol!
D BIG state fund
Roscoe Rollins. bill U 111. dlstaiK' eallx '
Service clubpresldt'nt.
lmmte II l" III:.\lt\ asked for continuation 'cntcnccd to eight yeais in the I 1,11 irantecs that each ountRitdlcss \. u'- ARE ON GUARD 3? made from txlock IItrlkr'l l Mi and Mrs. I ) I ''j I'. 1 J..

it ite IeI'll ,.
i IJf'nltf.'ntiary. Monm' t'' N I
"Our Is and of tax lolls ]
ready 01 populi-
Y of financial aid for three months ct(UjiK.ining, until 7
uuitinr, wired by Ilirue IIIletcher stating that the city was continuing I Other criminal cases' were set PRODUCTION OiN3LODGETT (lion, shall receive! not less than :\kndu niomint because of bought u lot 1,1 i, I 111'I Mdllioii .

of Incliin- as follows; Hilton Cabay and ,t.nooo calendar All fur .10011
principal: am J your. .
annual budget of a title mm.lull !ii most cities
town sthiiul to fapt Ilrarn, Homer.. breaking and entering have been ;'('q\h'\\\ \ (1 to altl'nct', I The $00000 i 1.\0)i i-), r.' I "I'.

director of Martin County housand dollars/ a year for that | Jan 28 John Hill Cooper. Frank FARMMay 1 JAYCEES MEET AT an open meet him it S'' mlnole Inn ---' --- ----- rise Inn b> :JJI' K' c 1

.larch':of Dunes .\ little I..tr'ra period The county budget had !... McKIbben. Rufus Stokes and AGENT'S OFFICE Friday night Jan. H' to dl"c'j"S" HEALTH BOARD Chicano tow ,d.I .J, _" ;
i met up an allowance of $2,000 MONDAY NIGHTJdycrci the newly dlscoirm! Aust all MEMBER TALKSTO ,
bar of dime fard.l'C're !Felixebb, all larceny Jan 28 iI 11 realty tr.III'''e'L.' '
'und that
In Miss on basis the board George Atkinson charged with faver tick infestation I in 0krrchobee MWANIANSDi the "itmwn( ( I .I. ,oI'' t.I i k
brought bv : Mildred :: ; : :; I .
arced to pay $167 a month for assault to commit minder will Pick 10,000 Bushels \\'llImcct at 7.30 next :! Glndc I Inld i Highlands I
Ite Cropsy-I lie I Imliintoun '
ts rif(Jquola.Indianlown'i I Jic 3-month peliodB be given sanity hearing at 1.30 From 24-Acre Tract I Ilfunday night at the county counties, which tie under quai- S J Williams of Vei"
I A Menninger, speaking for Here I at.cn's! office Oughteison bu- antlne, [ Beach a member ol :he stilt SALERNO PLANT
piiiulpal Ira' j m. nt the court/ house Jan 23 I
(forpu n I he Memorial Tiee club, askedor tiding No infestation' hibeen found oaid of heal h will; addressStuart
: with tual set for Jan. 30
dim and children, hate set I pf.'lld'nl' I
Ian i $100 for care of the young outcome of the hearing.Carp Albeit Welch manager of the All ex-seivice, men and all '' In Martin. cenmu. I but all precautions I Kiwanis Club Friday.
example of 'oolll'ratl'l and trees which have been planted Blodgett Farm Is now makinga otheis! | Jan. 18 at Sutait Woman Club STARTS
that I, L. Bcsg, assault with in- Interested in community are/ being! Utcn to pie-" CANNING
generosity is going lu be ,
In Fourth Street park. At! the ent to commit murder' Jan third )picking from a 24-acre development have been extenden tent infestation' 1 II'1 quarantine I .John Gotten. )"O\Iam: chairman -
hard to beat, 20;
especially) : as budget had not made provision/ planting of with announced'
) ; eggplants an
,Tunloi and Buster a special invitation to attend County Agent L1 Johnson
card from cerilulil III Thompson,
J asUnto every the school was filled! In just : :or this expenditure a /resoluton assault with Intent to commit estimated yield of 2.000 bushels this meeting today is at Sebnn. .indiiiK t IL George! Keith new 1 president, i TOMATO JUICE

, exactly 87 hour., was adopted that the money murder Jan 30 Several' / damage it t this picking. The Jaycees are not /requestng meeting' : tailed bth:' State outlined the )pi OKI'am for/ 1013( ,

Can tins be will be given if there is a surplus/ I suit were set for later dates If good weather continues and donations or soliciting\ funds :.i\cstock Sanit-m: ) Bind and 1 T. Oughtcison president olI
In the race track fund at the 'barring frost. Welch estimates rreslclcnt/ L, M Johnson pointed Ai.ilctultunl FXI"I1""l Service' I I :he Chamber of L' ,
__n __ In February. A grand jury wa' is Commerce "lelucstecl Ihi ..h i ruu, .." ,

PTA ILI'I: :IS lONK.IIT:- | end of the year. Otherwise. ,that "illed to act on cases yet to be that the tract may yield 10,000 out, but when embarked on a to discuss eunl,1: 1 1111'asuI'S i : I ) all Klwanlans ::1. sup owned and OWlI') i {t' d l i b'. 1 > ,,

d in : (! the amount would be included docketed I bushels of eggplant uieciflc project get the coopen ,>nt the chic nioMmcntWihlim Use!I Pioducts Inc .III 1 1,,,,' 1'I ,
at the budget for the followingjear I lion of merchants to share the MEDICAL MISSIONARY' Mllld% '
and J L. Ti hit .,
, g'i* Tho'Stuart PTA will meet to- I ----- > the 1 1.400-'a't. m u t tend '
a',niillght at 7 30 at the School and I- hh, __.___ Oil J 1MIIOMI; J) SIKMdT CITIZENS BANK I cola .of--approved- \ workBISTItlt'7' CHURCH DINNER loi were \isitois of the first \' l'l'k ,"I,I

torlum A play, Love in Bloom SGT, HARRIS LOWERY :Ml:'UIODIsr Cllt 11(11 I CLOSES SATURDAY iiijr: ; iiriti: : lion Friday.

of I by the speech class will. feature |'1 HOME FOR VISITT I Dl II L. \\ebci. distinguish. TRAVIS ELECTED J.irk Thompson i "II"' i" Iii''

An The CItizens Bank of Stuart cut stated that 111.11 t tI ,,
rot program'. with music by Jean "nld fashioned service/ ', The:! Indian River District Edu- medical misslonaiv In Cameioun i I'
I IFINALRITESFOR recilllnt customs of will be closed next Saturday. Jan. In I bur ,shoitugrbik :. .111' 'I II I I I
Parker and June M.Uousek a centuryago
cation including Indian Africa, will \Vdncsda\
4 Sgt Harris R. Lou'rcy> ,. Jioimci '., speak .
'- city judge who is solving will be held at the Method- iO Robert/ E ._ee'a_ birthday._. I Rivet'. St Lueie. Okeecho the Pl'ebbYI'I'lan huidi( dinner RED CROSS HEAD progress and 'h, I' ,'
lilt church )Ill,1< in lull shin but
; with a Special Service unit ntToil :, nt 7:30: Sunday: night' -- I bee\ and Martha counties will at 6'30 p in at tin \V' mum's club. ; i
I Candles lamps and lanterns will fur ;a dally ontpi i ,"I i I 1001''
Jackson, Columbia I II hold Its annual meeting at Stunt Hl, subjid\ "1 llr in Af KT
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C. be usrd for lighting. Men und CAPTAIN REITZ ; I ol loin ito Jim'c .11(1,( .lilt ,
arrived i nigli) school Friday. fob 8. All will be illu,tritcd Ilth, moll"n County Chapter Names 1946
Friday to visit his family I i ,
women will sit on opposite sides of whole( l tllHtI0) 11he \ e" I
I public schools in those count IJlI" ul'es'h11'11 hr look! limn Officers At Annual
..!!.JOHN MILLER 92i I here until Jan. 20. The Judge I of the church, as In olden times : will be closed for the day"Jaycees" \ Ins years on UK uull'tenl, Meeting I sulclTHE
expects to be dlscliai' ADDS NEW BOATS Monday
feed in a'' with the choir ]hymns and soi .---- .- .- -- .
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i! month or so and plans to return : mon carrying ou: the Puritan
to his local law Lloyd C. Travis was reelected I WEATHER
practiceMagazine tradition.
"I lEalt I( Coast Pioneer Died i, -- --.---.----- I Swing Into Action rliali man' of the Martin county
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Monday At Eden I Army Transport Captains I
'' ihapter of the Red Cross nt an I I -
r Resident For 60 Years Inaugurate New Charter On New mutual mcctlnu held )Monday Fur the past week .1 I
TIME Tells World Fleet Here This Week Parking Lot; ProjectStuart
J1 f .light at the Woman's club, polled by loin Man. l r, h

Final rites for Capt. John Mil 'I I Other 1940 fleets lure L. C Weather Observer/ City Dm.

ler, 92, East Coast pioneer who About Stuart's Fine Fishing fleet Martin county famed charter Jaycees, "on the ball," I tare Each imichint car pinked Kicklltcr. vice chairman; )Mrs Stuart
added another craft
died.Tuesday at his home In new I '' Tiavis. Tcmpciuttiri Reudlu
mePIC* this week with Capt. Herman now completing Project Ho on busy Ocoola;' said L. M. secretary: Fred( Rue,
Eden, were conducted Tuesday 2, the construction/ of a parking ticasurer! ; directors to serve Maximum Minimum

afternoon at John Funeral The magazine TIME, with ''the professional small-boat Rritz Sillflsher II" went Into lot on Osccoli Avenue tn ihnson. Jaycee president, three years/ H C. Beckman, Jan, 10 81 :,11

,w,',,chapel, with the Rev. Phil Max world-wide circulation used the skipper the best fishing timeis commercial It Is berthed operation at the Gulf Tuesday dock afford spice for 20 merchant keeps from 10 to 18 potential Stuart; John Mlclnelson. Jensen / Jan 11 73 72

,wel1;,Baptist pastor officiating geographical index "Stuart to now- when the tourists are 111 Frazier creek, Capt. Ralph owned vehicles customers from/ paiklns: In the and W. B Blanton Saletno Jan, 12 82 H8

,Burial was In All Saints Eplsco-: Key West" in the Jan U issuein running. Hartman, }Jr, Marine/ corps vet Shut on words and long on average:! 8-houi' busy period." Mrs. Rogers Denckla was appointed I Jan, 13 HI /10(

pal' i church cemetery at Wave- describing the Florida This year. from Stuart to crass who was recently released action the Jaycees put chased Entrance and egress will be to complete the term of Jan, It 71 ii(
' 'eland; fishing Key West and around the rock through Bateman and Mrs/ V. C. Bartlett as chairman Jan 15 75:; rn
by the Army Com from Seminole Avenue the one
0'GI WCapt. Miller came to Florida season now underway. Keys to Shark River on the Lamb, local contractors, at cost of Camp and Hospital Council Jan. 16 85 01!
Here the articleLandlubbers : mand at Miami Beach, will operate way street behind\ the post of-
rOO. Gulf, some 300 swivel-seated and with cooperation of city James B. Smith general field Rainfall In Indies
[ ytars and helped carve
ago! the new cruiser for Capt.
frorn Lurk outrlggered fishing boat, I county and contractor who I flee Enthusiastic merchants Director: who has Jus turned Jan 10 no)
Jungle and wilderness the Reitz A duplicate model Is |
expected -
Some of the world's best some fresh from Coast Guard loaned equipment, have spread have subscribed foi the spaces from overseas stater that Mar- Jan: 11 .oo'
,foundations$ for the great empire : within the next twomonths
salt-water fishing Is to be had duty, are regaining their prewar the paving material and practically at $10 a year, sufficient to pay tin county topped the United Jan. 12 .0
of the lower East Coast ofFlp'Ida. which Capt. Reltz will
In the warm waters off Flor- I
business Boat rentalsare I completed the project. for/ the cost of the lock States in per centage of quotaIn Jan. 13 o
He lived at his home operate
} Ida's coast Shrewd hands up front $40 to $60 a day. Purpose of the project is to Also planned are bicycle stands i the 1843 War Fund Delve. The Jan 14 .7'

C I'I overlooking: Indian river at Eden I usually wait until late spring, Most boas carry four' fishermen The' boat, custom built by the relieve the l parking Jam on for the parking lot and a large I women of Marin county also led I, Jan. 15 ,Ot
I Plnecastle
Boat and
'ss4:home which he built with when the big runs of blue- a captain and mite; the I Osceola Avenue:!. Stuait main Sailfish Club sign to keep the the nation In production, toppIng j I Jan 18

Rj|! lumber\ hauled 11by schooner I fin tuna, tarpon, blue and I' best are comfortable cabin tlon Co of TItusville,construc-I Street, by taking business men i 'pUblic in touch\ with progress : cities with far greater popu- I -j J

'j H/Jvaa Ot years of age and con- white marlin begin. But for boats, "'
I (Continued on 0110/: Sn) car off the street 'of the fishing. tournament {Conttima,! un /fju'it:; Tuo)

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I Ilb'le lnioiw arecssltv TRAVIS! ELECTED J"T IORI rurci. cun Delivery 01 the new telephone I I......----'--.. .. .....,:....i 'dlrl; '
,v '" t 1'Rrlnon i, oj re Busen>Ice for the Jensen- --- hr, been ----- ---- U'1
WHYOUR pia' i :to Imprenp the ,tur>lir"- I ",,, ... ,iiet .tolling! the ((mttmic! l from PSRC/ tops I liullni l'lwl'i dii\e and l St. Luriesletiuus The 81 IlIi'O-Mal', foni- (111'101.1'. fill i Stunt: -
.1'1'1'" II' \' ,'1 KLivl liv ',i II'd I InI : 1"t.:: 'I Ii .tIi''u. river i and the county l Ie< delation of' WOJnt'n'M''' .nnpleud) A total\ : of 550 copieswns ,
) lliri I IK now being provided
JlIl'ratl1lnll'cl !
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I h... I ,111 CIIIHf'"I :floe, 111 1111 ,II. IOn I'l'lalf'"ubll'rt.(\ *. club. will men nt It nm, Monday elellveed\ : to local homes 'M1
'Ill1t' ."11 its eltleens( nn n big ,, b\ the Sunrise T' mull seivleenprinior .
'C'N, lttMl"V J,111 30,1'' ',I, ': :, 11 III, 'hi, '\.111'. i Pierce nJerl'lIIlO' :!\ '" S M
hen it I ,,- 'd' ) 11111 clonesPC1'111 of Fort Pieices bun Jan 28, at tin Fort I nut! offiw :

have itsy - I : /. .\\\'.\IUI"I I I senlci' Thr service was InaunuiHtecl I Woman club foi the first mpet' 'mobs: manager i fur( theSo.itliein. STRANGER Os

at tt ; i ( lil l awnrrti present- i over the weekend InK of the new v em, Representatives 811 Telephone and Trto'inphj( i HOWDY aytl
I ,d,,0'I;::: !:;; Over 1 led with I I Ii : from Martin. Indian i ;
Beach service InrludeH j
JAI'AINTE The Jensen I (mIJflI1Y.
i I non 1111111'.< loi eivlnu as chapter / :\\0 round trip daily a- River Ofeceeholjec and $t. LtlCII."j Tin' new din tory has 'rn grey! 4t,det'
t .hlIl'l11:1n: and produelon: '"quested to I
'X 987 il ; Miles S, of II. r .... nn Federal highwayf'.ANTS.CUTFIOttil'RSSHRUBS 1'1IIII'I11on: rider 1940 MI'" J. DPinkii 'Ion'; the' old Dixie highway counties-rservallons ale foi i the I 12:V> lunch- ,(1)" er, itiiklnit ea ily Itttn- 'In '| and :111n'till\ < '", I
'el) 1 kOI11"" 3,111 SIII"i
I vuis ircnnd with g,009 ,, known n. Indian River i dilvc- ,, I'I 'n/shab.e,,/ fl-cu--I. i the old v. \\ "..N".r v w.-* NOIulrs
Illlilmllfir i GLADSI' linlimaii of suiuhnlch ion Theprice j Ih 85 cen.a., .. "phone boon Mr. Uobbsi'Cttuests I 'tthcther 1 ,You lure( hen t 10 d//11"! i .
hums s \d
::0 Doses' Iruvt' rut Plim(' ot 8U: I .. -- N ?. (mn \ "
sin nid Miss Mary J1n'Antes t \telephone ,
I .1 m mid 4 '30 pin and leaveJelled ,JERSEY FOLKS WILL I c (0ulp.:1a I i this ,.t.llnn i i is ju lIly proud( ni'| ",
0,0001 1 telephone
third with :
3l.u'ed< r'I'III."I'bUllY
R. U.r Phn' J. Oiercl: 213.J i it 0 :201,1 PIt, :i 05 p m. ENTERTAIN TOURISTS r noFeu
1F h"'in- Her i :nnnzlnu pioducllon! -.. : : bicfp" ; IT; to tb. nell'dll'rctol'Y al'1,l i 1'', ,1111'1, ::rmth and health of our \\lniu" ,r "
Souls Di' i. P '. From Irelntil consisPC there Is am ;
.I "roe. Airport ( \ "I i knitted ItHlds( when
?Mom ,\KUI Hit wlntti \ 1.1"1'''' fiom New and'itl.'I'I i iIII lei
t "I :" .;,'. !-n'id"! (! of i 1 5" xwentPM, 17 palls mil l lj. I will' SURO the program I doubt about the desired nlllll- ,II, el-i'; -, I 1111' heautifull'I\I') i :
. se-k, 03 |)iili'u of \\'r .tlPt <. *>'< : fetscv consulting the directory Atfa'
----- WINTER" CONTEST it, (llic 'lo\ll'j.1 club' > mreUnt, at bri" and by p!I'np'- 'n l tiil'l.\ hu\. !iro Into business. 0"i I "
I h '::"''I" ,11111 100 wash clothe( before calling "Informallon" ; ( I",
i Mrs |
1 22.
(0 I pin Clusdlv..1.1l ,,
'l1v': luiullon knit Inn alld number, calling! ,) it we of TILE IK IIIl 11134is
n ,,11(1! tape e&RY. (
liar .
| (diitmncil, Train. Pace OrielI !JEnmn' IUlN'III: 'U muster of ,10 |loal; ,
rout 30 loins 1 a week If the nlll"I I
I cPiemoniPKDi I II Infoimntlon only ], in offer you) our facilitu .''I',
I t .11'< As Mi as can be II Ilfll-J-) ( ) : l: u', here
: t"1t I anglers' this wok with an 8 foul C. B Wlnn ,i. i dell' ) bet Is not listed. | 11gidl
\ ,. 'n'I 1 'this li a national )1'-1-1
-, '. -_ ( & .' :-. .1' I i fiom The old dlrecoiv: should m i \nii "lIlIill> (' !pre-war hospital l I li I "- :
--.. It' Inch fl'h eanuht Capt.J. cent: line extend": :en !\ I .,'I'.l't., (

I. I 1" ._ If 'j liiilcs Ll'Ilthtonvn.. '< Doditr Dude 01 the Llght- I to all Martin tin" 1 to iitoi'd! destroyed immediately') "hclt! l( no <'ni Ill'l
.. ... ,, 1 II', ]Ii' t'i Venn
';' dry, < ::. division I .. ----- i can''
t hoiiM fleet Weight : the "'" mcttli. ---
# 1' a 000 hours for kniti I Januaiy > 1:: :
41111.!! .At,. '' ., : i, 1's. ion(: wilittle's' etc I I1. I Walt Lansing of New York. 53 'I Guests air letups'C0" .n bilii: a |II Jerry K.r.chnr In I I I II rh'|" I 1 .,,1 .11" iilmn, WI'' will lit>< hlll'i'\' '
.. reII
THE ANT \1.i 1 11"'I'l'\ jlll'I'I: bu tons ,, Ibs 8 ounces jcoveicd I dish and table service. Another Swim Vktcryleirv
IN bitWNe I 4. 1. 1,7d :11lcer t i lIeV\l'I': \ Included\ CHANNEL: DAS3 E. T. Anderson I '(lie hostess comi.ittet. will pro-I

A \ ,' 'III-UI1, vie. ehalrinnni Edwewatei Apartments 19 I vide coffee AU :- than 100 I Kcischner, iiwlm star of SHORE DINNrRS
THAI W\ --. trite i chairman : L. '' Ibs tended the lemons) opening Wl:ham Held, recently won till

INS ESQ' I r': : It'i c chairman : Carroll 8FA TROUT: Lt. Robert C. I steel lna. /0\1( )(.JI"\'Shl)1I.) lh( Cltv of Philadelphia three yeur" 0 SEA FOOD I PLATTER IIn
:' ib. liilrninn of dine old Wl:ham Field 9 Ibii I trophy for the 0-ynrd liIv'c ''' IIp
y, s NI Holroian heviiou\ .n vulcmiu ill: ]j slot! 0- BOUNCE
; \ of 4 lI' 0 COCKTAIL
,. event His time miIKS
Sup a.r'U' ,
e -----v- Jihn M. law tr'aYl'a"I KINO MICKERU. Mrs Ern- 01's, he said
ond Ia.vr I ".. :' : T : Arthur ChilI I I ell Tvnei, 26 Ibs, 8 oune.es 389 seconds bettered' all PACKAGE GOODSThe
4haW ,1( ,:;"t ;11',1I'P fund! chairman: AMBERJACK Mack Mackery I pilo: records for the event 1 III

pride j tj r. :11f' i\iit. chairman of war Miami 41 )lbs I11Y IC 'O AM 1 ( rmpetltlrn! was In the Middle
... I I ell Atlnntl AAU Indoor meet :1\: i\
Iou.t. : : d! })bllcltv: Ed )lennlnper WArtOO, Joseph D AndiewsJr x !
ter lt,' \ '. Ma' icd of i Stuart News: George I Ii. Cincinnati Ohio 44 Ibo, 4ounces. Phllidelph\ i iMM
'U : # ,i'r. ; vha. has cared fen' the i FOR THS! I ('ATI'HIS: fir ,,!I>()OKFII1e'
.. WEEKI cuttles of k 1'111! Lighthouse
":1": l11arl11111'8 as well an gli \'- I I SIKH {
I No boat captain or professional )be!1111 111:111 I It I''
"I- ''at i i Jill'i lour veau,; Lloyd'' I .J ly t rod : t i ported ( :
nl guide' I Is eligible to enter a -
1 t IH' mach ol the R: i ew i 1
( 11:1\18: c-linlnnnn, Robert J It t in
i fish in the' contestlo Two IT BO lc'lhne':t 10nl lIt :
(1P:.. --,onwnl'(\ Hind chairman I date there have been no only : A tnlid'hint tli!inn oi! thelives "car( Piuiit campCOMPHMATION. I 5'.c.. ,..1 I,, I t'al :In M.' uiic Hirer
autnc:" 1' Island .!!I
''entries for: white marlin, blue I of n !Hlii us who ne today ---------
II'S W Traylor will be pre- PAID :::
To those who
are waiting mn: lln. swordfish, cobla dolphin readjustinu to a new tile after
'I i rated t 1 f1 pin for efficiency asstar TO 3 IN COUNTY -
Spanish maeherel barracuda I tspeilencp en the fields of brittle ( \: "'..
hind ehnlrmnn lor UoT1S I I
for l'I \ bonito, arctic bonl o, false: I When the LIh.A! Oo On ; Checks totaling $60.no helied u;1iCHARTER::: l BOATS ,:

telephones '1 residents\ : of Martin County 3 !
A"'ads I: \\. prevented d to over albacore tuna allison tuna Asnln is a plctuilratlmi! of the:
] [, hundred\ other workers group), ladyfiSh' tarpon, weaklldi I popular sonic\: bv' that alone i male and no female! tide over

'lie ;Marts! County Chapter blueflkh, snook )pompano, ,,tlh Jimmy .: vdon ,''lid i Uubiin lemploMnent'i durlii" the) \" eh I .p.,

''I I t It H American Red Crri'svislKs I maiiBiove snapper. sheepshead, I Belden. ALSO: SK I'npm' In riding January 4, Chalnnnn .-
From now on our story 'is more cheerful,' for many 10 thank nil \who nave erevolleulftopunll or tlound- Society Is somethiiu;; : ;dlllrrentHis : fart B. Smith of the Plo'kln 1iiistilal ,.. itai ii m

who, an waiting for a telephone i litH' ;iid work( 111 pl'od\H'11111 this I ii In the silt water dlvilBon, or Honor the lid\ "". steps ( nmlsion: "iipn) '.(cclllliougliout ];!jwmJ

With the receipt of larger amounts of telephone oitslmellm record and in" black bas. bream, pickerel i i down of) his); bench lc !tiara ,hr IIP Stair ills i wtttfflskllaral. ".JIIWl.Jllll.Jh'" .
qul'1| i l, ( mlln led! ,.'ppoi:. "C-I n. speckled perch in the fresh (I world of the peonlc who TH "38,50 Wa: paid out In G r'80' Fl<, ,
equipment, "t will be ,m position; to install'! telephones ', time. are thousai, ...f men inhofcjilals I ,rater division I dolly brought before him Idlans, 4447 male and, :Jt ;'33 i iI i

for those who have been waiting longest t the ; to siiil, ')1' oared A $10 consolation award has 1 I Flday-8fttmd! a)'. Jal: ); 1 18' 19 ;: I 'male j DRIVE A BOAT

But there are places where we hove complicated j been posted for the largest: common i Unemployment! 'ompI'I1MII' j jprymen
salt Water catilsh, and a |- ') ate made m\\,\ 1 1" I
switchboards to Install-even places where wo must IdSAILFISHING I BOAT RENTAL SERVICE
; similar $10 award In the fresh | the World!" The prize play which

r build new buildings for the new switchboards, In Aatri division lor the largest i I thrilled Bioedvnv\ for (It\', ur'''i'* ": TREE RIPENED j I Modern Boats For

those places It will necessarily take more timeWe're AMI" RIVIK' 7HEW111TICAR riSHINr' I mudfish and lakes on tuipu\ .f.?n.from : INDIAN RIVER FRUIT B.

working hard to serve those and striving' to I FLEET I II 10000 the screen '1 nls Is one oi i Vilticln Sf,.dl>,. Orantr. 1It".h, SPORT FISHING/ AND SCENIC TRIPS
With the approval of Maryn Artlt.s l
United; bast. AUBOSprlnn ; 5.,dl." 6r.erhu/.reel./( T.na" 1v
give everybody quicker end better .service than ever I IIm1.) MrkeeIt I Count Advertising Committee, Ime In the Rocklls with ,

i beforeSOUTHERN "41x1.1."nIl, s,,.w.nr To a 18-page booklet giving all detail a No 1 singer. rider and action ORANGEsr.u.h;,1 TARGesmus 5900, .n.hel,1 5.125 MIEt4\ ,-! CRANK BOYLELICHTHOUSE r

Marl \ :: of the local Sailfish Club I itai In a No. 1 )picture by Qciu GRAPEFRUIT all. tl.Ta: nil ..3'ST2MPLE5
:111 f.rnnndsr Tournament is shor.ly points toTen I I Autry the melody man : Oil. ,,
'Z.50 Bn 14." i
__. .. evir A. AWHiriCAR 'J1CSK I 8\1l1dty.l\fOIlc\II: \ Jan 20-21
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANYI s Pxgea' R'od" 1'0 5hp., Enp" .
... thousand coplC"1111 be I: briny! a Heal vvhei! Wieners'glorious E.Irx, ,
I INCOKC0: TtD ...nd SONS: *
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published of which 5000 will be Pride cf the Marines"stars 11 11II
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I ,I L. T. I
!. 4, ; PHONE innlleil away by the Sailfish Club John Oaifleldlth Tlia- BAUER i Stuart, Florida I
Eon 114 SI ,.
I r| Auto Com"
to peisons who have' flailed In nor Parker and\ Jane Clar<. This ii

--- I the Stuait area In prior years. : Is one of the great stories ol all --. _. "- ... -. tr.11RCis, ielyliGhal'1IiUa ..4
F.:titled fishing and Fun in ( time Al Schmiri\. Maine 'A ho I .
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Floildas Sun." the booklet will'' brought bouquets, to his fem and i'' .

\ !a he nil rules and leguhiUon of won one foi' hlll1 f'h. r .h
II Stuart Sailfish Club, lllu t:ate daj-\Verinpsda\\' Jan I. 1r
22-1 i i. < I the' clubs flats and buttons, 23' Ovcai Wilde "Tin pic tine : ) ..,
lists and illustrates all species'' )
of Dailan Ora"y" Is tlv' drama I f. 1
eligible In the tournament:: : and of a tinnei soul A IOI i\. :ou I. ''I I ;
Inc'lude ft leg book In which the : ) ;
will remember as long: is you\ i -
tinting angler can keep n roe- I !live A tiuh great, 511-en, ))ioclucllon II : ) i )
01'rt of his IB:ch, Ii u

In addition to snilflshliiR the htll'sdllYONLY : (
Ttu :nflle i ,
iNKT booklet will devcilbe other lorms i bile feat nr('< on on( 1 p ll'I ,.mlill : I f' ,
of hellos; spoil) available Inthl /
It lo A (
htii tic .1 hell : ,
M1 ? 81' a- from common ordinary ( .J
Ruth TPPV and RnlJ:' i i 1':11\\: \ .
ens beam; fishing to the varied )
slot de lkl) i d A)1It' I'nln Incr.( Arc
types of Oulf Stream sport.The ) I \'IJ\I'II love the way she mean: I'

r booklet does not to say\ Ni bit HAD ',IYP I :J

lute our the Fishlntt 8ub8.1-1 ALSO: : Di )pini. sack: In'o 1 111'". ''i
\vhlch I Is In process of
tory's wieidr II t-rutnII( the' ?
IN lion but supplements screen bilnus "niiu Jk II d' inOne i JtJvt
q Mil give the n
community u n of the : If
most ini!>Il'1' lovrtoiies '-
Ian publicity booklet which! h'I'I ;
Ihr Ikea- and be quickly placed in the mailsI .ever told with John ( armdlne I I
r .- : lIomra 01 Ibr S9ashitr Smir I Whet po''r: cl'I Blue L.x Just
organ't'4 Received
e'i. I BI'II'd huve \\liich ',
uu eled
mlJE.J; \\ ; ;
i79linii wb hair bcco wmnj in ihc 'J I ii< MtIHOM I
V-RI women to their I I cloonV J
j ) *:: Errol, IIIf mOlllinr 01 nation. are( I'UIIIC liltritl:

(oininf bail ftDDdl' 1,11110.0 life, milling bUt I ,In rl'IUIIII'' j' the Tom USS Bowie Guam, Jr"who seaman wears aboard lour HOME BUILDINGSee Original

le iki'ir fill 01 f 'rinf SunvliiiicVnKfInil I ribbons and a battle star for 17 I

inrt:''rr tiipiu' lo lie at t lour' scmic oar( .again.IiIIII'I li!, | |' month theatre' service, will In report the back Pacificwar to Ann Howe

In ill!.nn hl'tnll'P'' imir, ni'iglilwn and 'iiiiuiIn !\, hillllj, | |,) his ship In New Jersey after a HIGBEE &

_( ; :. i ( i>il( lad mats i I! jirair linir HJIS) ant( lime life, ,124-day visit with his pa .entsMi .

in lliMoiiiiininiiiis( ,llicj, ) Inr and d are helping It build. '. and Mis T... J. Bowie of East WORTHAMGeneral Colton
Fifth street. H >me Is the best I
C, i ,In ill:s good It be tail L ,u s good It br, pmmrd\ ,, place in the world and I won't I Contracting Junior

l ) (Ihr llnnjs and HIP waof' )\ lifp thij') are milling halt,
1 i In and lo liar' IB a njliim in nlmh, ,Ibr limit 1[ that he service has a. few he' said, adding P. 0, Pox 832
r ,,, .iippurliinih j IlIrrd only> ft bg Hie uliol\ t uf IerlitrU to work off before returning! to I Phone 144R Sues 9 to 15

\ Dart i IilliiH// mIL civilian life

1 ---.. --I $5 ,

fLORID' "{$ IJIG9T fONPt\l' Sport Fishing In The Gulfstream \LSO SAME IN RAYON

t.'. ..... ,.>"a 1\UISI\I; .; .\1'| TillS STORE. : ". $5,95

I) tt l ., Leather Play Shoes $4 95

Engines! -Ship to Shore Phone

Atfmtfft Nara ; CAPT. F E. HOFFMAN Whites and Colors

18fdmbany* ,* r ri <*" Ttit limit Suviredr LOCATED AT LIGHTHOUSE
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I Phones 9128 or 9152 .

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r L I I I Residence Atlantic Court Apartment No. 307 .I DEPARTMENT-- STORE

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SOCIAL NEWS and Happening of' the WEEK IN STUART Item MRS: office,for Tn.\Cl'this brfute paper\l.\nTl'N: noon must on, Soclotv reach n.



MRS IIOFVSI1EL HOSTESS j i HItS. PILCIIER AND MRS, METCALF-MI\0\ 1] \\A1TRMFI PARTY MR ..111I1tS.: : LAN: ''I'II Mrs Anita Doeii 01! Mall'is Olllft ol Not thbergrn 1 i I

\T CARD PAnTY S('\KFLR DINNER HOSTS Announcement has been made I GIVEN B\ MKND MRS, I IIMIUON: HOSIS.. Harbor. L. I I. has arrived Ito'ly'I I N J.. arrived last Friday toN

Mrs, Paul M. Hoenshel was Mrs M O Pilcher and Mrs of the marriage of Miss Lillian ('IUW .I !Mi. and Mrs. Joseph Lane of visiting In California to Miss Florence( KannriK Ht th/ >'
Irene Mixon, daughter of Mr. house guest of Mrs. William A, ''
hostess at a bridge party Thurs- entertainedat Mi and MK. J. I. Craig of Albany St. Lucie Estates
David A. Schaefer and Mrs. J, W. Mixon of Wlm- I I were luncheon Hay. of Riverside Drive home of her )parents. Mr. a1l(1

:day afternoon at her home onAtlanta the Lighthouse for dinner auma, to Arthur Paul Metcalf Avenue gave a watermelon hosts at the Marion la Fltte In I I Mrs. O B, Knuaiek of SemmIJI>l, Home Remedy

Avenue. Ouests Includd Wednesday night honoring Mrs. son of O W. Metcalf and the party last Friday at their Palm Beach Filduy, having as Mr and Mrs A T Van Tassel Avenue

Mrs Robert D. M Hin and Tracy Martyr and her house late Mrs. Metcalf of Palmetto. home Guests included Mr. and guests !Mrs William A. Hay Mrs. I returned Saturday from Tallahassee I S For Relieving Miseries ofCHILD'S

ler house guests Mrs. Max guests, Mr. and Mrs. H W, Leon- The wedding took place Friday I Mrl. Charles W. McPherson Mr.and Anita Doerr and James Fyfe where they motored tu I I Mis m liiL. Bulrtul\ ( n".dl-"
morning Jan. 11. In the Baptist log Pa. 1 K t flu. hues oj l lI COLDS
Noltz and Mrs. Morris Philips, ard of Chicago Mrs. Arthur \\lndfohr and I II I take their daughter Janice to i guest ('
Pastorlum with the Rev I Ilwl'i pal'l'nh11': and :Mis Gent
the Florida State College for I : / O(
Mrs M Q Pllcher Mis" David Phil Maxwell officiating In a MI. and Mrs. Rod Thompson of ST r\TllFRINF'S ( \PIHl Women. \\' Green 01 1 11"1l1.1 AVI'J1tc'1Ii8iI1IIJInll1diC" The modern ruu I al treatment most
V. Schaefer. Mrs Tracy" Maityn I I I young mot he m to rcheredtscom
MRS, SMITH IIOSTtSS: double ring ceremony. The bride Vilami The melon was grown mn; SIPPPR
foil ,
-e- s. ihildren
I '........._ ot colj
tnd house Mrs H. W. marine tailored .
guest wore alaqu& Mr. his Indlantown St. nuscula .
10t'E HIGH CLUBMrs. by Craig on Catheilnes Chapter of the I Malcolm and Patricia Van de r: 'lil. : orcnesso
eonard Mis Fred L. Hall Mrs. suit and brown accessories. Hei h ie (coughing, Irrl
E. J. Smith Jr, was hos- road farm Episcopal church entertainedwith Water of Tropical Farms Ion With V' I.t"n, in bronchial i
flowers were a corsage of pink Growing V upper
lerbert Dugan and house guest tess to the Ace High Club Friday rose buds The bride was a -- a covered dish supper I Thursday morning foi Washington 1 ."- tubes la VIcks V. fo-
.Irs. J, Clarence Wynn. Mrs In the where they attending ; Rub Son.% to use. You
MK .\NI) MltSIIITICK Monday evening parish I are it
for luncheon and bridge, at graduate of Wlmauma High 1 STUART Just rub on-md right .,m i v blessed
tarry Hefntr. Mrs John E.. her home In St. Lucie Estates school and has been employedas GIVE> \ltK\MIL I'MU\ house A business meeting followed I' ,Oeoige Washington Univu relief Marts to come I.as V .pokub .
with the installation of slty
Taylor, Mrs Stanley] Smith and business manager of the Mi and MIK Curtis Whltlcar S I
Included Mis L
Quests Ashby the' now officers Present: Mrs. I -. pINETRArES si
flss Marlon Stevens Prizes for Martin County High school cafeteria '- r
Atbogast Mrs Roger Spicer, for past several months. entE'rtalned11th a dessert, farewell : C. M Hainan Miss: Marion Ho- I Mrs Helen O Weeks of Llndenhuist In order to take care of our to upper branch,,il 4
ligh scores were won by Misichaefer party honoring Lt. and : Mrs Morgan Co ru' I tubeswlihmspectal i .' .
men right
Mis Boyne McPherson Mis E Her sister, Miss Cleo Mixon washer L I.. ha arrived to new customers: and continueto medciniilnpor, ; .. s
and Mis Leonard Mrs A Mcnnlnfei: Mrs. Evans Ciary only attendant Mr. Met Mrs. C C. Orove Monday nightat Ms.,: Stanley Smith Miss Alice I Join her parents Mr, and Mi s give efficient: service to $T/if fuLAT4
their home In POI 11Quests Briton Mis C. B, Arbogast Miss s
foneshel also I
presented guest Charles Wilson at their homi our regular customer
Mrs. Webster Ordway and Misleon calf] attended Palmetto High Included Mr and Mrs. I chest and back
irlzes to the out of town guests. I school He served In the army Myrtle Dyer, Mis D. S Hudson 02 West Second Street. 1 rsurfaceslikeu
E. Ashlev high scores were Edwin F. Flemming Mr. and Mrs Ernest Lyons, Mrs Earl, -e- warming poultICe ,A
1940 and THE LITTLE
since was flight seigeant -
.. '' | won by Mis Oidway and thehostess. for several Mis Arthur Dehon Mi and Eicon. Mrs\ Robert Barker, Mrs I Mr. and Mrs Curt Schrood" Often bv mormon most of the misers
/ in Germany i r
SWIMMING Wilt j Mrs George Spicei. Mr. and Mri Paul) Hoenthe). Miss Matilda of the cold is font.. Remember thii .
months, where he was wounded I ji.. of Hartford, Conn. :nr
HELP YOU RtTAIN YOUR I Jack Whltleni. MI. and MrsCuu Fenton and the Rev R M I"en- I BEAUTY SHOP ONLY VAPORUB Gives YOU thisspecld
---- -- ---- -- I receiving his discharge in October E. Sclnnedei. jr.. Lt and ton : spending\(; the winter with lii- penetr..llI1j1.'t. i muhtlng action
HEALTHYOUR DOCTOP'S After a wedding trip the Mrs. Leonard, Cummings and Lt parents on Ctaceola Avenue Mi Has added Mr, Louise; Bell Ii"1 1 t,me.t.q.d., him ,roved,the best
young couple) will make their I Schroeder brought his 43-foot\ of Cxamesvillf to out staff known home remedy :
and Mis George Cousin The
.1111 !'iCon's1r.T: for relic
PRESCRIPTIONS where Mi r cruiser the "Holiday. with him in Rtnisetlesutmld V
/ FILLED AT home In Palmetto
ie MAN YOU Whltlcara presented the going: 111.n.\Y: -------- .. VAPORU .
Metcalf is in business I and It Is berthed at the dull
f STUART 'ACCEPT ON:SIGHT I ._- Q.wnyl.Uebts\ with a years subscription The Glil Scouts met Tuesday Oil Corporation dock.
o E s. t'lI.U''Jllt HUD to the Stuart News afternoon at the home of Mrs. .
FIRST MI:11'INC. ----- Jolly Bozone on Cleveland Ave- /
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Boyd had
Unity Chapter Number 37, MKD MRS TRAns nue' Two new girls, Polly Rice
WILL HELP YOU held Its I liist meeting of the StPI'Hl HOSTS and Marie\ Dioerick were welcomed I as their dinner guests, Sunda
Mi and Mis Lloyd C. TravUentcilained Mr. and Mrs Theodore Snow' ol PAY TRUCK DELIVERS
REGAIN IT/ veer> Thursday evening Jan. 10 to the Scouts bj the lea-
Miami and Dr. and Mrs Fi' ink
at Woodman Hall with the fol- Sunday night witha tiers. Mrs Bozone and Mrs Her- i
Adams of Flushing, LI uh
supper at their home on Riverside -
lowing officers in the chairs man Reitz.
D!ive. St. Lucie Estates I 1 1I are en route to MiamI. 10 YOUR FARM
j Worthy Matron, Lena Ulmer; A Unit tale wnv planned to
Worthy, Patron Herman Red- Quests were Miss Virginia Michel I be given in the P. O Arcade I e-
delln Associate MUion Beita and her brother, Capt. D. B. Saturday January 20. Present Mi and Mrs Luther Ludlum

Stuart Associate PitionVa\- Ilcai'n, were Jeaninold, Olive BuigessGwendolyn .U'.. have arrived in Stuart. Mi\

land Blinton] : secretary Ola I Brown, Jeanne Clements I l..udlunspent 4 years with the .
j Parker treasurer. Olive Cizek: i MKM> :MRS, LANE: I Caiol Mann. Betty and Army In Europe; and the Picliu

; conductress Ruth Stevenson associated DI SIn: HOSTS I Jane Moirlson, Evelyn Reitz -e- lla t 11
conductress Lois Cour- Mi and MIs. Joseph Lane Jackie llllman Martha: Pegram Mis Helen Parker of Main\ '

son: chaplain: Minnie Reddel- entertained at dinner Sunday I Jean Blown, Helen McCullough. and granddaughter, Mls D K'' IJ
I at their home In St. Lucie Sharp of Tuckihoe, N. J. l1a' ,
Don't m h.ndl.n.p.d, ocl.lI orit ein Adah Ethel Walker: Esther Zola Mae Blakeslee Marie Biod-I lo save you time and trouble my
th, bu.lnnv world b, -I..nly Grace Steelmin: Martha, Clara Estates. Quests included Mr and erick Gloria] Hancock, Patricia arihed! to spend the win I
rrlrU rprKai, .Urn G,,, us the Qilson Elects Lydia Mann: Mis Lloyd C Travis Mrs William Turner Jean Wright and Polly the Majestic Apartments" truck will deliver highqualitySinclair

,Suntan Oil---Sun 'a'".eitamuu ,. .pon.rbllit, .nl, maintaining' the oro,. organist,. Lillian Hansen warder A. Hay !Mrs Anita! Doerr Rice. ---- products right to your farm.

sal good IIn., .f vow." ,alto rod Alice Cndwell Due to Illness and Mr James Fyfe write whenever
Unwanted Hair Just phone or me
oat How our drrvn rlapeeulsiym. I Alice Ollson Melissa Blan- Mi, and Mm. J. Clarence
dot "arb w..k' I ton and M R. CaiUilnht were MRM: 11IRS: 1FXCII Wynn.'ho have been visitingher I Permanent, Painlessly Pond \ou need Sinclair fuel, La

'I' unable to attend and their stations HOSTS cousins Nfiu\ lleibert Dugan Scientifically x' kerosene, farm oils, lubril hI t
were filled Gertrude Mr. and !Mr. \\lllaford Ran- and Mi. D.iR.in and Mis tied ,
I Minnehan as marshal Dora om Leach enteitalned Saturday REMOVED I cantsgreaseSinclair t rsOL

e r e r rDIIbO .. Cossaboom as Ruth and W. H afternoon at their home. I Satur-day t ] fuini. Fare, Legs, (best. etiHv '. Insect Spray or stock spray.

\\hillday as sentinel A covered uckahoe on the Indian River I a nellII'I'l'c.Jt'etrulllgl.\ ..'
dish supper honoring O E. S, with!: a swimming party followed I Di and Mrs. Shields Abcr- '
alOrFS Phone E\t IIEKHIK 2-1'l1'1 I
visitors pieceeded the meeting by a seated tea Ouests included nathy and son left for theli I B. D. FULTON AgentPHONE
338' rirmtlU !it.
. -- The Chapter extends :a cordial Mrs. Franklin Delano I home Memphis: Saturday ; ,

MATERIALS FOR ALL TYPES OF BUILDING ? Invitation to visitors who arehere Jones Mrs. Elleiy Tuck Ji.. Mis after vacationing at the Pelican 1 j I U. Palm Reach, I la, 315 (
Silas Moffett Mrs.
p for the winter Meetings Roscoe Mof- Hotel Free Consultation
I lett Mrs Tracy Mr. and -
are held the second and fourth -
I Thursdays of the month The I Mrs\ H. W. Leonard, Lt. and Mr and Mrs Jack Barry arrived .. ..
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llrsi meeting of each month Is Mih\ C c. Otove, Lt and Mrs from Spartanburg S. C..
preceeded by a covered dish sup- Marcy\ Osboine and Mr. and Friday to visit their uncle and I

I per Mrs. Arthur Rees III. aunt Di and Mrs O C. Bennett -

The O E. S Circle meets the at their home on Hibiscus
first and third Friday of the (..IFVTSuimrn ,\r Road St Lucie Estates c-l'rt-t-wlt n C *

month All members are requested SUNRISE INN -- I i
j4 I to attend the meeting tomorrow Guests arriving at the Sunrise Mr. and Mis Bernard A. Hin TIIIUPT l\TEEK\ I

afternoon the 18th bar I jinn durIng the past week Include son of West Sixth Street ha'eI I JAN. Ir.tJ :;;-.i.
the election of officers and Important Mrs John L. Dole] and as their house guest, his sister
business to be held at daughter Barbara of Wayne. Mrs Verble Epps from A\'on- I
2:30: In Hit hall I Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. by-the Sea N. J.. who arrived

: DOle of Haddonsfleld, N. J.. Mrs. last Sunday. '
Carl Miner of Cattiza Col! and 45 r
: Mrs Warren Webster of Haddonlleld Mrs Loulce Bell has arrived

West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN N. J.. Mrs Fred R. from Gainesville to take a pot-lt-
White ol Cleveland, A H. Schroeder Ion in the Little Beauty Shopon

of Suffein N. Y.. Mr. Akron Avenue
nod Mrs. L. B. Harrison of Cin- -
THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE I cinnati. Mr. and Mrs, E A. Mr and Mis Neal Bishop of I

Doubleday of East Orange, N. Atlanta Avenue and West First 1
DEL K .EI MOORE TO .n MORE" HAWTHORNE I .1 l Mi and Mrs Webster \\etherlll Street have as house! guests Mi !
JEWELRY: SHOP ROOFING CO. of Aidmoie Penn and Mrs Gene Aiklnson. Miss! ,
Diane Payne and Larry Stiongol \ '
: T'

s .F.IlfATIR and oI.IVR WATERPROOFING Mrs. Ralph Chandler entertained Dr. Walter C. Giersbich arrived -

Thursday night with a from Foiestg 'o\e. Ont., Mon

dinner honoring her husbandon day to visit his mother Mrs ,
The Spaghetti Bowl BOB'S his birthday anniveisaiy Marion Billou Fisk at her homein
Quests included Mr. and Mrs. Halapitiokee Pa k. Dr. Oclis-
DON I 101'A, MnnnaerI'hmr
: 5525 SAFE & LOCK WORKSSTEAKSCHOPSCHICKEN )lied Joss Mi and Mrs CljrieFlrtle bach Is president of the Pacific
Mi. and Mrs Eddie O I University
202 First St -:- Phone 7890
SEAFOOD Conner Mrs A. M Brown Clyde -
111 S, Dixie lint I w'v.t rnlm Pom We repair Anything Echfert and Mi and Mis Homer I Mr. and MrsV. C. Armour

Hudson. have as their house guest, MisAi .
.. ... .
------ ------ ----------- -'- --- ---- ---- 'incurs' father M. C. H. Lapsley

of Pltubuigh
F. E. RUE -

Cal. John Q. MacDonald of

Seminole Avenue was surprised THRIFT IS STILL THE FOUNDATIONof
r Wednesday morning; by the arrival -

of his wife and daughters .!
T da A.. Mrs. Fritz Ellis and Miss Mai\ fiery Individual Business Success
Kirby from Washington. or

Mrs MacDonald had planned to

arrive Wednesday evening, but

could' not secure hotel accom- /
PAINTS, VARNISHES, GLASS and PAINTER'S SUPPLIESP. modations and was forced to

O. Box 877 Phone 128 Stuart, Florida drive all night Tim week, Jan 17 to 23, Ameilcn commemorate Benjamin Prnnklm
iJnthdaj with :National Thrift \Week,
Mrs. Ed L. Hosford of Sew alls
Point who is visiting relatives Thoughtful saving and careful spending i I..< still' the foundation of Individual -

in Lebanon Junction' Ky, has 01' bu mc'<4 success

been ill for several weeks When Firms founded on careful practices weather (>economic storms Those

she returns they will move to \\ ho take unnecessary risks, which could have been< avoided 1 with caie-

WRECKER SERVICEWE West Palm Beach j iul banking! advice, create unnecixsaix' difliculties for themselves,

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiimiiiWHY I I



[ STUCK IN THE SAND, CALL ON US AT ANY TIME, DAY OR NIGHT. When it is possible for you
to have it done in the right Citizens Bank I of Stuart
WILEY MOTOR COMPANY way at JACK the right DODGE price. :u.

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\OJ! EIGBBunlu S'I'I''II1'U'IIS ( C t 'i\'n'; n UltW.oTlJt'It I \\'. UM1:\ I i. ""lit,
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'-"" -, )HOW ABOUT MARTIN COUNTY ? ----tUWrlD--- -I-USS "Shade and Ornamental Tr

t ll tU Jrttl SERVICE AWARDS\ {
WHYOUR I hi'IP le going lo be 11 Sti'te Full! / I Huiv' A Kfimlng. first aid

IiimpH) Many counties/ me nlieadv)' .",.;t tiucli,: from area office, Alnnlu South Florida And Cub
I vxlll be In Stuart, Mon' i For ,
I Pubb,hiil very Thursday at HKiiiiilluifll exhibits \Miat Mjiilin: clInl I PRESENTED TO :
' 0--/ Sin. : i r,;, JIm 22.I .
ul, fOIl.
nit i 2al.tln County Moilth, nothing,
. _. W H Baker local <* lrman, & EDWIN A.
have i it : isiiuit: Dally News lnc.. a ---- : I By DAVID STURROCK (

ay at U rld+ '" Hoi Ida roipoiatlonLuti "" DRAFT BOARD! ::1:1', nnnoUlKCd t' chills for ttttli I -- --- --.- -

f f* \ "o1 *.,. 'icd as Ht'coltd.rlo 8 milln,4ltrr THE ;,,r in>uuclou( (( tu be held Jan ---- -- -
JArAINTE -=- -J : a l the post office aMU tVITH I :jl, 24 Inclusive, I II \\i IoT: i i L.INI I> TImES

sin:ut. Flol'lda.mdel', the S"l"clive Service Volunteer! I Ken ling! n special; field I'ep- I I 1t|| "I\t'l| i pooh"e'1,, | '''lIlht'I'1I1I1J'W I ,i m i\' IH dixidid! I IM..1iolll ,

] of March SHIP AHOY will Instruct eli IIlthollJh lhr pl'lIhl"lIlh ,Ut' wally himittl', Our 0'' tlM'Inug '
OJ!: 981 8, 1379 Receive Recocnit" : Fol it en nil A\ I / : "
A FREE PRESS / : ;. (.I11I(1llIte811I\ be quall- neaten'' ship lit I'IIKnl' thIitll,1 "n.II.I\'IIII 111011 Alrrrthan .

' 111111I111111' '''' :at: 1 YEAnS! OK feiiJVirBHM ( Fort Myr News Press ) Patriotic Service [11'(' listmcturs, who In toutS ., ,., 'II,,' Is the 1-\1'1:1: ,,<1..
- It and Jhi.si who feared that tin xxiu would I'' : S I 1111191'1 11'111'1' Illxltytl i1Af1(1A ucf lIItI'r ,
ill \Vllit'
The 1 +
; ilnmes ( 1).111 th"
( vlll trash: regular .
llnllr Nc .,
1"01110: tl'offklaJ. of
t !. rr ?"r :
m ,,hr Itlnxrr, .:, do fir: new mil ih< .yacht hmhIl'IIM"-that taxes on ) ,: f, st! meeting will be at the Red V ul I Mlii. r,1 i"hul "'"'' 'III' llu ""'" !ih "W Iml"l1l l 111111Ih ',<1

R. U. .J... A FREE I PEOPLE pop"INI ,;: ,):P111'llNhrd;,t tar: I NUINrI:NI eluxll In:'.*:,, otrr April, "Illi H would kitp them fromuin1/. far this : e Martha County Selective 8 rx.opvxho i Ciow office in the Dehon bulld- ) : tlisl"d! ) wllin ll" HIIII>1"" bill /. "' wlllt'r ""XIn '. ,Is- 11
"10.. 10 ear Tim. ,., ... dh'iII-Clln bl l "icassmed bv' nerved for of IWT
11'1"1' wNl ""> .11. (" testimony a period iliulW '..IIIIlh.111,1 .
Mond\ ill 1 30 In ( ( '
M h IHI ut, iv : P / 'iullI
) The '
: xx: C.rl.a.d:. ::; lk'nn'p I ,'(,Uir,) ,!Hilly. ) New> imm olliual ol the U S. injriiims' )( year prior to Aug SI will rc- 'flJ
I' rlh I I", wnk ,' \ 1)l' the ,, ..I,, ,I.uld, ak111g,! ,1111'| List Const b",, I I Ila
L _. ,, .....__ ",, ?IIn1dN i: wxx :IAerelIx'p.tmnirlv; A"'rwl N Ikr us'1 )1.11' \\Httiwav" tiaffic They report that i (eels recognition for their )pot- I I \lilllli/( a. It.111'1' III (Iht' sill t 1.11'(' and water ttagroaueu, I,
riming back In I'J'
: pig
/ H WilY with (Ihl' haft'/ I
\ \I" ', --- -- --- --------- ilotlc service under a recent nil Thith I 1IIII'JllllllIt't'l 'UI11UIt''I lIlunthh UIIII'NN sliffidl'lIl 1"t'I.,1, d'lli
oJ ': xviiin 11ys aliiadj) heavier than ,' licfoioAi
I ',, ,, "I III" ,. ixu( ) FIRE ( FOR
I'I I ? r' III IIIII'11 j. sift 1111I1
,.,?, "'''" 1II..r. JwiUonxillu, which I is of Cons ett Although I severe I poll illttl. ''II II1ml) Ihln'h ( 'pllll + tnI"I"
h. a point + t IIIII's, 'It'\t'llhl'lt'hS: : the';
SLliW' 'RII'IIOM= RATES ', 'HI""' inland waterway fl'fntt.w: Jersey' to \ have raven almon two years' ufIhclt ,111'11 tlfJJlillj: ( pllllltlllJl adu, '

,, \ .. '"'" '' limn I from :10: to 18 feet are toniiiijjr south !) time to the work only mil III'\',' h withill, II Iw: 1X 4 ul Iht' aurhut and deep ruled 1 I'I '

-:;. o. .' ."." I." ... ,, xI., ," IL" r"" 1I ''next, .." I ? ,Ir: I'alJ11yll7Clt I'oul' III II day lUlIl John \ivloiiiifthi' in' i iull 1 rome under the ruling. They a i:'i' mm E BEACHCcunty L i I I not vprx MiitiwIiH in Ihls, itI'CiI,
"' "".11'' it L, C. KlckllterVal: Johns. J. h.t\t. llnir 11111111 did! 'rellh i"d Hu ,
/ I I '" r." ,,,,,1.1, ..... : > 'the \trcntcM movement 1 haw '( I AN must Imi. y. dI i I
'".'' -"r-."II--II.- ,mini. unit ever, (that lintrt" Miuiroinjr, b'+ICht ,' ) ) R. Pomeroy, n., board mcnb i I' -- '-- I 1IIIt'ir,| I'c"'t y 'It'mlilhil) the !alp< hIli IT lime lilt l ..11111'I tutu.

; : 'II' 1111. .\'5u< ( IXIHM'Iti;xsCE :mil class' wen toiisiiitiioiis by thiii iil '(' and D S. Hudson appeal ant t Equipment Goes To I i j. a |large' mnnlK, i ol l hest. Mlilllhlt'. f.* tins HU( i pnnhlul ,1, ,, ,

\lnmilx: ( ('0..1110, operate and( pupli' it I Col Alvin C Vorrte, VSA < rctlid /,. '' Arcat l Volunteers In. svslunTx" kept n1111 .ding prlll''rly I. 11\ uld. 'la+lgnalialI, ,, ot s.,1.,, IiI I

r"E ANT -- rl I money--Ilitll" lH\C/!-Mil. aid UMlMpIl' > lacked a few weeks of *c.v. tt uceJ MiUrMikliitipn. (! lit MIIIU Irt'C' die link' re'l\h"

..Ida : \ EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR ; :", .: 'tug! the full. two year before tin ,, mill milfcxi,, 'Irmn( stagnant.( 'lIh'hllrl.II't' w ...It'IN, .1 i ('('lItllll..o, I'
.N6 A .
I.al'ln!! fie truck No
TKAT WI% A1 1 FIJI"1 :\lr'I'' got no boat ol )that si/t; August aait I ciuntv thnMRhiul Ihclt! 11.11IIIK!Ps. ThiN hi Hun i'IIII"'h< tuiftmu: ?.I I I

IH.l 1 1rlep : '1":1111'.1 I : and( w: P'tt't''ltit'ititl'd'u' ng Horn thiii dlsapprarnncc. (Oiu"' interest i I- An award of a ccrtlflcnt\ / nn r. n ronvrl( ( 1 Ud V-B Ford rarry- top (mud, ..llt'li .',..IMh,..link. Frii* ,id.pt.d. to act 1,,nUhav. c,
ilub n"llh"I'' : i ;', -i\-(ii /( 1 I Into a i 3lr t-illon tank of water,
medal \
will] .
br !
Llr. :;.1! i lIIalt', id strong in vllch'It. ', ) IHMid( it Is grand news" (t'rni: tht'YII'l'/ \ presented by thegovernor .'' Uxx <|. .pcimviiitlipi( )( t JlII.h.< II it' !pi: '..IIt.1'II't' ,.I IluUhiff I', ...1
} seenit'd'<<1 IIIIt'l/ ninth pliai'nnd or his \\ilil a Loottei pump capable of hl
Jtimi l"t'prt'spntlltl1' 1 \111M'! 10 UK NllrIII't'. !s"'' .
than "
exu befoio Tlicli the \\ Idt"hpll.1I1 ore quilt l 'IIIhrcMIJlIIIIIIIIIK'
. 1 In IIPlr.d 1n I; UI'' i'III )) uslasm/ linm mv tjilk In. them laM' week I on ,- t.u.ulld, highly intiiMtlnjr/ I'lintr access that to they l \, t Jan 25: In MiamiOther uneoni I Ipensa'ed [flying iip to 300 pounds pros Hal.w.HKls. provuki! 5UIIlt.I w"lt.1'' st 1.1 it?,. ittx| ,, ," I ITIII'l't I

rap Roasting tiiipai.) 1 tu'in. and I in unn( (raiiud much in lieir own housing! they \\'Ill find ample personnel curb as pay: inc. bus been temporarily installed In mil I"+'II enough Jlt'11I"'o.I ht't' |pl.tIIlilllt threuul 1,,,

v. prldoloun.ln I ''I'"lifi"hi":" Tht'I'I in talk in both dill, of tAtenxivi |)o>.t- .ppm'; uniUiN/ for offshore, cl'lll"'ing which : lclan, dentists medical :ad'vlzory :1 j roach: County nt Ward Fire Camp Wa,:den Jensen A, ; area. III ,give: a i un')' higi, hill l III' 'nl'I'll' tin- but 15"\ oral, dt'I'I, ,

; a ill' ur'pIIi1l1ug: 1 programs (hut will mean II irioat dm) MI \' i Ill \%'Intel,., Some me /lll'eallhI'(? and board members and n" Hcndix announced I ,o( nit-lit yrnrt huvi planted enough, h" Bite' ''I"> II' 'I.ir"" 1 ii''" .1 J JIIII'

. rvltr. f1r ili .. lutiiii '.Npuiid'' to be anther feature ; employment \ i' 1'lIhhihiliUt'TI..IIt ,.
ht'lIlIt ol the ,1'1111I' committeemenItI'I'i
I ixxo ( (
lonimunltii'H A
I showed rereixo awa: un."ige for\ the equipments
| ,
c..I"I..d. I i tildes I\'I'! Ilil XVIKM! lnnl inn nn' E\l'r I.III"h hllil.. ,
ol iiiitMtundJnjr"hoxv' ,, .lI't. "1
y'.I'JCJwt"'t'tI tioen and '_ __ I tc b(' constructed In a ten
11'7" H >u'ds| ooh'd nixl ualifil III I the right plntcs'. MO it I C1YDF tFOP ,'al location, I tin '1'J''llth'.roll.tiIlJl( IIII'mhl'(is of (ilu li
i, '" I ," "'lIrct',, I'1I1 xll\'Clitlon. wax SUBSCRIBERS RATIONED FLORIDA SMITH BACK iieiidiv said that volunteer large! mill: 1 Mxtlis ...I.Id"/ <. ,\% Ili rsc inns 11I(' ijiiili .pww ",,

( -- -SUN- )in | tiild, 1 wmiKi'l/ '' tin inter, H' IMIII only n'ull11011111 .
On tits xvati tin Intn | > 1l"
Ii tees ; niixt :MiM: und I I in being Inlf:ructed 1 in
w II'ight' \ :Mi,'. and :MH Nuti A IICWllr tasunltx has befallen )tur k. use ol the In IIMH!. '
( UIIMul Aituditi, .,, iiild-fillMine, and hits/ (Chd Smith equipment at all 'en-
I L:"''I, III i i I' pii' rsi(1rltl' 1' I the J Miiiidji I'li" .
I i ,"''lhlisher nt! the \iunlijiii" takes ( ub-'iillieix' It pus all come nlioiii thiuiixh t ears, ) fl fire flush will.. the suit,in, of th I haul in the umln.lc.j, ,I
I Insurance
;,;:i I' n adinv lint' in thi ilpw"'I'rlnt|' tin paper used in pubh. arc back In: Stuart for Inspection Uhinxi-r Mltlumiils luvi. I'C'IlIIttll'. fnm lands
:; lit'-.I intivvn. \\ loll 1 liinjr Hoildn ; I will br ( in bixxildpiil ( < I.,
i to amt requested
Uilkinj. sunslilno | soon /in the
.I' wlilk
< | nuinii' I cm
Ipiil i '
til' tilt
D: -1. ms Iliiald-liibiiiie+ I Jin.shiiitnjri, ,. llinniiili Ihl',111'1'
< (md hoxx tin I driinici' ilixili.iiiuils|) kxilItvvinil 111
iHnndintr cav -absenre :ope from In
programs" ul tin UMi\ ( the II business' I In rates the!
> j\ii ,
MH, ; (in I mm! "though they xxui. iialh I luiii'litt country We have been wium-d b\ I Charleston, S C, Clyde I J 1':181Drach: area. and tux" 'plintn..|{ IMS Inuumpossilili, till Iht lid::. t

j C''I;; t d I ,omniiinnii because the inlliition the af- ::gratis government the! Amiiitttii! Noxspapu f )the! Stuart opernt- I bv) (the (11(1X1,11,41 dutch, i x.u',ix.itloiii., 1 Frnmlhi, point on tin urn
ol EollllilK work
I *-ol' HI.Ki: | I..dllhu", oiiHllon the Intun ttioniil 1'111'1'' Salon jl ...-- .-- lor lire growth ,in tin the
"uiiltvaliu xv hid debts hll1"1'0011( | rrrII.1| | .. xxhiih ] com|> liavlm sold out to Karl --- issuiliillv sum is in ( txvoods .n, "
3ln" nil/ i H xviHtoit our Mipplv) to .' tit to the tN (hut tin Lvii lulis ils iniiili
Ie+ thai III" 1Ic".I11"II: lilt' linn'a-i ed to "M'lint I llhii tins lute I i { '''''aPl' In' 1931 Mrs. Smith PTA COtMKM':Nll' s" nt mini in liiinns ,11111 I Inltiogin n
Z e t'lur: .liiripitlu law 01' ) unI susprnsiun" ot ) so lliil poutli is mini .rapid. .mil .
n'iiiiu| :i tin> u .siisii' t iii slick lo, ,iui ijiiota i III exhausted ipvinted a dies shop In the loi.sujiiinllv( I'lllpl'rcuut'/ I I x'I11ulIIJns.Ihi') I debt will ..hl'lnl, hea tl'e buildingrine 71ic Martin .mil. mi>n viviplibU lo mIll vvmlir xvinds.
I'e11ddvely und I County
JiUiny mil( ..I'| ihi xvooiK is irninjr to In lots "II1'll'Ihull t i Km. ihi<< iliaMlc xitiiatlon iiiiinidtatis, thi/ tu leaving hero he hn+; 1 11A.11I meet a: 2:30: p.m.council Monday The llrV Stillu soils
Jui: in IIKI I' ivii In /11'il 01 xpiitul it vviiiild In, : (Uillnr Mibsuiplions lot the ltllveiv. tit the 'en with the Diesel C,). unci11's. i Jan. :21 at the Jensen Bench suitable Inc the( initiuilv l iliililnons Ilixvumg( luiiinidilliiiiii ', III


'iikln g''it' Roy: ( 'I'llinnwI', I xtivv him hunt. )loi some (inn. we h1l\'(' bun liisiny Bnltli U leslrtint i luunt, .'('hool. All PI A units in the I Ihl'llllrhlllll Ilu l.MigluKs(: aura i arc nine Mill,..1), I
nt break iidiK I
tl"l 1 ni a Tampa liotil tin Moiidiiin. ( 101 mail (dilhei\ Note \\e will him :01' the Brown/ Shoe Compaii i snotty n+iliifdninis. 'Ilimiiinu! luis \\ilir IH'ing(: t"lIhl.IIIIII'( .i\ '
<< Hi kIN are urged to send "I'
I'tll.t Mis representatives tni )sxdx.| tliioiijili Ilu' D 1'1'jlii; It+, ilu Inmiliiri ,
t In i I" II J

>avx dirt Greene .
< a laimu. :'d fur this Mtuation will 1 dtil".us
win.mi/ mulch i I J't' bmurlit/ in Nivnda( Inn I did not niiniKtiation, Blame it on llitKi. the \\ ) phrased over\ the Floiictieathei >report un the Orlando tonventlon. tliifr, unmlli snlliiiiiilK// tar. piujxr /I.. .
get 1 in in
go into I the ,detnilK with him \\'lIshiI1JCtol1.i but not on In I '. In contract lo the cold I In ,uiniril: the "I'lllt"1I( Irrn in mote smtibli l I", t'"'
Tht linv' limn/ lliudinton k a great hardship Oil IK" lot' illcuhtloi/ ) i i" ( 1 : '\' left, that tlihave abu''clded \it! ImiU thou roc ilu ,It''lllIllh tees( nod the latgcr I gi'0\> \ "'.

I : CM 1'1'1'i 1 I1.-I hours, A boat leaves to thc 1'It. Pet\isluiiK/ IIIIIH :d'Ic newspaper' Not to be able to deliver 1 I !( ,, "I don Intend lo MX'rd(I IIP --.---- Iriivid e\.t'I'Jln.t'l. Ixjxs sliiiulil Und the iniiditiiins, highly' sU "I"' ,
ilr: north Bradintun mil ((10 to nei' residents! during theiiilu is : rest of life I Illl'jl' IKll
> my sitting .. .
2 ol the ii 01: dt'Il'ltll'11I1
: ) 1 i erynor I
> at 1'4:1011.111.:: lorn
and in a.m. and no WI! i't'HtlI'ell! \ I'el. blink" 'W i < .
"a.i The piipii) I": IIIIIItILlllt'c'd11111'/ .... \ ns CJjrk expiKM 'I 1 ( .I.'lct.OOOIl/ Ihi'k-iiv' I Thue it aNo 1'IWU)!( : MJl''IJI:' .kin II"ITlut pnI
I In,:; i /recently |passed thioutrh Stnuit laid on u, the IKOIKFJU of ; bold tin I Et xirilidisxhui' it h.11( hcu I,
Net"fom! j / tin Ninth on their WI.III St jp/ on local news stories and IHI\'t citistnit-nu\ --- .long the 1,11 iimil )links, 11. pubh'.leu'Irrpun'ut In ,i ,
xxheii they hud been UK Rt I :1\ It'I'
in will RiHenry I, 'pi
service! elm'I hove to be jfVETERANS Loutll:,
biief mil in
I injr) tin xvaie" /n'*'. One( ferry holds 20(I Lang lists of names will L D. Bi'hop Suffragan! 1..11 Ihmlllhllll (Ihr I E\t'rJlI.d, '. .11(1 i ''Illit a i 1111111)11) ,
I darn the other rut out and! fILE of south fl .
details .
hold... unnecessary
-- aboil'C I 1OI omitted ( ; I loi tu111 vui 'It''lmllI] + '1111 Ill til In Illllllll, IIIIlM( 1
ami picaUi at the 11 l I"
T I he! ( itx' ot M I'I\'I'\ otiety events will nine to be' icMiictid to :ro:, .scivli' A. .Q1llllhll ls'iug; ilu Milaloiiii mid soinl, 'l'dch of LIII" ,
honol''d11: ',-:. \ wo shall have me: nlng at (
lll'lInlnll'el'IInd to i-kelttonl/e' the /( i >n\tn/ a "illin. .
mixvlth u luncheon at the Yacht Club rnlh ', In ) !12 Clii.sl Memorial chapel t.I'IIhrrl. ilsn lIl. r<:ttnirtm .
abridgement DISGHJ1RCESScivlce Jupiter at/ wolfs .
on oui nnhal! of that
'I/ "he our daily i f i ) .ilili .
city offiiiMlM present were the xlce-maxoi. the :oipoiMlion of stie'< \ } lUni:dMK1IN, may 4 piovi Mill t t-x- t tills ill ,lr"L',,> '
1)I, public director our leader and ailveitMcm '\It.lh ratting T'flllll"Ia., f, .\ltiiPiu! '
I relation and the director of hell I mil! 7 '"!I'
I'll-' s< included Mi. and Mm: Thomas pnblkitOther) > \\ e will endeavor! to irixe! .4'I, ( -------- St'\'t'r,1 SIXIHS' / ol 1"/''i iirfxn, I inliuil I lo tin 1.1 art Inn I6',
Ditiu. UPU' possible \\iM\
nit lit ,
oui \ ,) discharges
per- >placed WI e lice C""II.I
Iii I hah t upon Ultl i \niiiii.
the IH ,
on he(11iIle'
tiip to the Sunshine .v'. and it wax will/ In less pages in( tw: dailJ J 12 Army and ( (Ot''I'lIo"I'I'rL' ( 1: ll
In) -, movable oCr'II"i"n. .Mi. I'uiii ti tilcvialod' MUS and K> Navy veteians Imll"l. IIMI hllI) ul (the ('rdi./ ( s, ,\monj; (tin kgum '
i ii* one nl (the out- IKWand aheiti-iniint !but (he local draft board this IK suitable Illl'"I h/'l'I"/ "
'i.' niliiij \\e 11\ III '
[ publicity men ol the COUIl"" ', ibk! :o get out the Mi., and Mis n' in sixiril ,I
vl'ontot''I ot authoring house pupil right, l'.JolIJlItI1II| to Mr. Painell OBrlrn re Cllftun Usry\ an '|Miusillblila;, / / CI'II''II.: ') f'uoN" hll'onl
H Mine big manufacturing loniiniK i manner that( will enable us tu stm' s.ua-ota ( d the names of the follow ounce the bit h of a daughter .lid lli MIII.I ,HI mi', i".,ill\ .1111al'flll. In''..
r I am spiiinllx )proud of blue and measure" /1I11"fnction.-SIII'IISotH; : Jan: 10 / ,, 1'1 IllIollhoul Ile.l.i
a ml
U'I"fu',1 Its 1"
'! gold press' puss ( Ihiald / /! I Ilt." "Inns .,.I I ,I"
I Ia:1 i nn> given/ to mi :\1.'. and f .
on iinhul at the Yacht ( lub hnuli11 filmy. vvhlte, Albert W. Lewis[ Mi> A' thur Kllgour\ I hIo..iblltt.s.
iJ.( ( 'n: a.XK :: :'Thi:: : Sunshine! ( ilv extends I VALUE OF LEGAL NOTICE C'd.ChaI'Jcs inmiiinu the birth of a dllllllh- (Continued
.. ., .:. .; .". '.\.. .......,1'1'. .trlt. II. III ICISI'l1ect, b ( it'ol'jt.courtesies Pc'h'I' 'to C. Coieman Cordy Isaac: Ji chni- 14.'. Jan, 15. -- Jet Week )
> Jackson ----
HII\III_ i : J.I U Uiiihul, chief of police ; ( '. J I I. Shiiijn! city lII'I. Vimo people )pass up tin liv.il notices in I ;:: Ick Henry Bugjs James Patients admitted to the :'LI'tin )coao( 000006700 c
'oIl'lla; i 'u.V. )0'! .
; Davenport t, manager" 01'l the (hambii of jthi i ncwspapiis' on the In'olllld11111\ llu\) : tin, Reginald Bla::ch, Joe (:OUIII) Hospital doling tin COME

I I' IIltll ( J'CI' : Albert A Ad>', ilinctoi of pulilk relations, mg)! of Interest'' 01 value to them Thl"I nia. be Navy, xxhitc Vincent !pa ,; week, William Biown, Ann ON-LET'S :LAUGH

i will i, "I i J'I"'I.I'hllll"I i ", diiidorol publlcilyl II I'i (bile(! ;'!)JIG with some 'noticti" however luiv) notin Is Aimatis, David Icon Max- Ii( aton. 1\!.... Jean Hoik ant 3=0'OOOC OOOOOGOir

;ill 'JIIII cu't'y' it 1I111"lIjf) mv' No. I souvenirs. 'imply!' with thi Matt law Which |provides' Ralph Ilaiolcl Full. Joseph 'M:.o. Joseph! Malone, all from ANCESTOR

,\1"1'' tin iiltMioon diidiii; ( lull pioKMim/ / & Init.. to thi inlii't\ ( ll'tl l I hurtles, \\hdhu I it I.t'l. a ( CCUI'I>OI1. ji ''sen I Dcach and Mrs. Carl Hall WORSHIP
I liu: IHIIK. MI'1.; and I u sale of delinquent i Patlcnls TWI cats
) lands admitted sat
vvint lo luri>nn Springs for | : llinei/ very - and ells watching tennis
0 ,i IIIWhl1"lt i \\ ith our children/ Mi I'. nnd Mis''. J(. (C. 211.an: \'uj.rnat iiitcnst to some pail 01 trump of /> 1 ,1'.II'it'd.! Selma Ucltun. Barry him H't'mt't Iluitl| intent on I the match 10UI'n/lent.and 0//

( i Uxlin ,fi'? and on tiirhal 'I'ue d.iv ixenniirxi' Legal) ) notices me |published ) were purport t \ ( ,
I' i I. nl a pleasant' dinner/ lug the / :. ,nellas and appeared' I stlk
irhen nt the TIII'PIIIISpl'lnJt" ( public of cutain Impending! action, Stanley Colon :11 quite| btl'ell and il-o bit
) ,
c '' '),' "IIduh; by 'the HIM :National: )Lank to UInute torn vimpel t this It Is a \\Kc pio\'Kion, olheixxKe 'fax Hasl.im; cbl'h1'pnt! 1'0 h N. N. 8-0, T. D-A. T, S, 'omplllion'l's interest. 1 irritxled I:
j(ii I l/ i n of'I another/ successful cenlv inxohcd 'Ict (1 VeioDench. "I I didn t
J. &governor: of know
; PatIents
year. McCioiklm: si' in might I not be waniid ami might Florida n:>- ( dlschag: 'Ol herd so much for
p'" 'i rb'II I I of the I tennis
b.inJ\ id
of Col. molly
so course I got{ called on I'or a opportunity to take Mops to piotict tiicn' '' urged;: Anglo.Amel'lca'l( Alvin r vorls! 111'1'd. ,
I'll. It
I If consisted of a that n., a basis '-" "I I "
stoij startled the I The fur xvoild -- -- dOI't, the other
guests anti purpose' / of these peace replied, but
yne 1 I"" I Iii"nn" lo' a cut good ph'II"III1II'1111 i'.sitis(' io sit doxxn It was tin I I'ml l lime in readers of this newspaper) scan IIIU'/I.tI'llJlh"I the legal/i"notices to \ ,,t ( t talk to Stuart Rofujid- ON WILLIAM THOMASON he iniJiit: -L\chuijre: mj old mUl.
wild net and I THE WAY
( uallvvint ujrulaiitj A few HOME
I \ for months es
I h ago! litus\illi
"f.1 j delicacies In a big xxav. chocked to learn that a \\' OhIo State Ooxc our I THE SAFER REFUGE
a city lot
\\ i iliifc-dax' We trot; ovei lo Tampa to whop and 1 1nly been sold for taxes but the which she owned' I ,I t White Jupiter Island J Posit Iia; bur. William/ J A young bl'hE'I"I' minister
spent had
nexoxvnei '
'1' oral hours in conference with tiutin XMIS + resident will llomasoi. CM 3 I asked for and rec
l speak .
HusseM Haxemtaiv of ,:r construction upon the next -e' USVR, o:: \'II"I.'I' tram his"
tin! 1'I iiida Press'' AM ociation who is also: secretary ot' the' her to do anjthinjf cbout it. If she property had It was : and Fred D,.iltirnn. Stuart t Fla.. Is one of 700 high, : !shiollera, pl'i.-h because" of the attentions c
M n'id/i State I Tail \\iitehtd < \'111*. join rounllnd widows. He
and lot of Navyctcnns itch
of Rotary
a but
other thlngi I also delinquent| lands I she' might have dl.tl'k whom thi ,, \vouldn t \ltl quI
:II .11111'' 01' two with heit livlnKston, publisher of spent the of her impending loss. alt( speak Fob 13 I I', "X agie Carpei. is bringing buck .(her bacheloi/ minister c/llht. lit- war succeeded '

NM ida Grower, who has an itch loi And while to the Slates aboard It II 1thl'Y\ happened to
see -- -- the Uss The
some -
aie on this --- former rl
outstanding subject --
(f't.t", in his yard and wishes this | -- .- i minister asked his
lid wants" me to tell him xxhat I nevn again to Ill) on record nelxocntinK1 the A CIVIC DUTY --- ic wan. gelling on il his new SUCCe..llul"
Ml around
to telliiijr him as we had too -1'1111 minutes ol the board of The Chamber Jo"i1on.
other of \ i etui
manx count\ Commerce in d
ijinu to argue about AII'I'I"olld hom joaid of public institution ) meets at 8 o'clock tonight cry11. .
Acct \\'oman'n
aid Uheie
i i : : Thn public Club 1''I1't the
i t like
nl moneys rather
a college bull "session \ou and I lust inif pent in lunge amounts, the I're51(1ent'1' ttcntions to ? prcM"lng. 111 I':
P nol public! you asked
t jrM1"'*.. anyxvhiie. So we quit ( til with the ) should be ; T.1 Ought, mini HUM culled the first.
dilllH'I' | trying; and event instead to iioctedinir] To obtain this to nth fur public n general mett- "Oh, I manage that all I
with OUI' \I'i\'elol IlI1d thc ,. '. : / coopuati in ) light1'tald!
should ind
I u\'" axjiajti not hut'e to to the ellut pliniiinjf, and platting wifely the othc'I',
T/w I / it go ( court te l 1tilti f) i ,program. 11 minibus .
evening pi'OKI'am was at tin Seminole daiden cut.-Titu"ville Stlll'-Ad\'ocnl"_ o. lie there) Support him with you \\1'1' repitd' the
( (ntn, a beautiful building built j I un' undto help. fi'Ht, "I l foulll safely In :
a of The 'J'othll'-Jede"s,
coup garden hambei JXI'
)lulus of
and II
the piece WHY Commcici' Is
xviintid/ loknovx about' was lust! jammed with folks \\'h" I EXPORT LUMBER NOW county life. It it primarily n xital factor in :Mar-\
lloxveiinjr n AS
tioplcal trees. Thnehid "// It community-buildinif YE SOWn
linn only' thin c/| II\M adxante Acroidinjf to acts as II' poke / notice a ; the
siitiminl business
made the
l nix loniing li\I II I n.: and tnex com-
to to
li niH| / nuil I bills:; unin&ed. at the Mtittcrj-MamiMi" : 01'' the tll'\'t'lop (group 01 Jrmlnt IIICtol' lt
1\ "IO\\'d!, both its minibus Nutional Retail Lumber e action along community thinking ilk':, MII'lUeUc prison out
hues I 11'115
and I it t.>: enthusiasm Astotlation '' Which will prsonl'l' II
\ It best (
was t the ashi'iirlon.,
f : (finest/ and Wrest auditnce }H, C'" I the' main Through : lienelit all OI't'I'II bale KithlJ 'o.lIll'gSl'Ct, sewing l"ur i t
:i\c ever had in he building tooiKuitlon I I
111.1'al'l'Il1 l : industiv and| "
user the Stall are lh-.t, b.tk cooidniation ,
titcs' talkfiu, about nod, manpower to do the of l11ult'I'luli 'h'lc le/ldt'l'lI./ the ('llIImJtl' ot ('unun'fct of its btUness hapJnil said "Sc\IIJ (O\'t'I'II "Glod morning, p
construction/ ,
jobs. ohtuhlll! o
i otheiwNe what
'I'hu'sduy I i mommy "I// Congress \1'111110 do bo accomplisln, 'd bv replied with
We lumkd loi something to individuals grim smile. "nt'1 '
norm /
', help
xx'a)' between Lake Wales I ind Veio The 1 Injjh- :iiijr industry and the l'etU"l1ll1g1'l'tl.I'IIII / IJy LiIontfiiiK to such nn ouam/ation 1J.-ltl'ld'I"1 l'ige.4l, I
Retch 1* to )yet part/ in it and taking c''
111) v\e drove putt rough and to help the I t each member ac-
from "
laniju lo Stuart in construction Industiv;, :\It.\ iunis:; the! benefits of FOOT
elapsed} time about 4 IIOUIK "lot onjriessHce to it that the export ol sHjt | \< \ 1'iotfiiMH: and development follow (group NOTE J
shortest tine her, \ united action ulcer
It bias Mllil ( Ply a xaiation, but in four building items is stopped) LET THE ---- iC ( thelltc'r latcrnialon' u manunl his rl'turnlS
We did Tilling ]1015 PUBLIC th..i' wife'E'C
lot see 750 KNOW
it oi South floiidu, million board' f,it of Ihe THE FACTS :he Kcat.
I Citv of &, of thc 1 lady lJ
It xpoited to many foreign counliies uiait and 1 til othei I < I titn
much : tin public step) 011
of '
it ajrencies : Your foot
i KA.\J: : purpose of "mi intlninjf '' county rnijrht rlo well to follow in Expecting tIn apology a I I
export i relations tho the 'If
dition to lumber, that This is ive C'ommlll1itip"tnd lead of other you did;' lady sternly replied, ,
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT lishments for the Was exported to our military minutes, ordinances uvular financial The man turned P
and l to
A fellow with rote of those awful I lion beard fret of pmpose lunibii) Would ol xvnunii have the war. 7 ''II I'U'. resolutions the local "th11 Is our rote.Reader's his wife,, "Okeh, Helen," hI

went into a soda bar to Ipijnjritli colds 000 and 100,000 built \'( : The publio U entitled Scope,
iase Imton-iN badly-needed to
with I know _
some ice dwelling lInh, the mil .
What kinda ithe cream / with all facts i 111
rruim Congress should public con- lr
you g-ot9' he to It
vhi, see it that I is
pned to no
xx up I: mere records enough to
n.Hs exported to any country for are here. for May that To
any purpose your perusal! Leters The
Hie Editor
iod of ; doe
She leaned construction not have the average
titer him mid replied! also emergency! in our time to diop by I dltI' Stual' .
".J lath In a whisper : "If and own countij ,, the the school board :
thtravvbtjri', when we have rounty court house ,
t uithbtuy( and vanilla." in the' United Hates ; and peruse Ellclo\ed Is
n the J .
lumber regular
"Oh do production and fainn question
you have larjnjjitilh, too mid Il normal situation i: in i' resolutions of action. think that you:; sheet filled out al
} "No :supply and nut weekly
thir. Jutht thlrawleiiy, rathben>' and vanilla demand says Mr. Voithup. 'then f If !there bt'1N' would mute It whet: le I Paper Is the best that I YOI J
here II thanked ever read
consideration ( regular
-inteatmeut! : the :
JJe..Jt'I' fact VIva
1 ) hould practice Clark II.
1)igesi again be und all ndlan for
given ,' River the
I Ii of lumber fur export" to the could be no complaint ..1.. official' form, onto Drive and I'M her hpw Items that cool
on th much
''II part ol the map she said I apprecIated

1 j the darl. .... public liS .0 Congratulations, that she wkh(?d than would tell rot IeM',

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:: NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK- IN STUART News item MRS tot TRACT tits before papa MARTTN noon :, Society reach Wednesday. the Editor newspaperoffict I

mor .. .. SanIiDocks
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n MR. AND MRS LEAtll ROBE SOUND:' Mi and Mrs, R. B. McCul- Mi, and Mrs. L. C. Ritchie arrived I Lt, and Mrs Marcy Osborne J

{ Seawalls DINNER HOSTS FOLLIES lough of Seminole Avenue have Friday from Spring Lake. have arrived from Jacksonville, GRANT, LEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllafoid Ran- The 1948 edition of the Hobe as their house guest, her sister, N. J and opened their villa III, and are residing In the
I some Leach of Sewall's Point, Sound Follies !Was given last Mrs U M, Morton of Santa Cashel, In Port Sew.all. France Apaitments % REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICEOld

Boat Houses I gave a midday dinner Sunday night at the Hobe Sound School. Rosa, Calif. -- Dixie Highway
complimenting; Cornelr and Mrs. Costumes of satin, silver cloth -
Mrs Max Woltz and Mrs, Morris MJS Paul D Newton and Stuart Phone 216
A V Jannotta at the Sunrise braid, marabou and net madeit Mi
and Mrs. Stanley O Burt
" Philips, who have been the daughter, Mis Chlttendon of
All.Type* Of Marine Inn, Port Scwall Other guests n colorful show There were had
as over night guests Tues
house guests of Mr. and Mis Newark, N. Y.. arrived by motor,
"t' Included Mr, and Mis C tap dances acrobatic and high
Henry day at their home River- -
on --
Construction41UAN : Robert D Martin have left rOI'their last week and have reacted the -
NIckles, of Chicago, Miss Mary kick dances, songs and the com- side Drive, Lt. Warren Higgins
home In Salem, Va House on Castle HillBewail ,
: Frances Jannotta, Lt Comdr, edy climax of the evening was ot Racine, Wis. and Edward HiggIns '
a Point for the season,
I<: : TAYLOR Just received few
Fred Laing of Witham Field, Mr the circus finale with colorful of Miami who were enioute a
and Mrs. Henry O Nickles and costumes and many acrobatic from Miami to Winter Park, Dr and Mrs. K Wlnlleld Ney EVEN-AIR CIRCULATING
" ,,P. O. Box 474 Mr and Mrs. Arthur F. Rees, tricks with clowns tumbling i"tinned last week by ambulance Joe Courson son of Mr and
through liom Miami, where the doctor Mrs A. C Courson Kill leave
v III., hoops and a high kick OIL HEATERSPerfect
,. ----- parade added to the circus effect Mi and Mrs A. F. Hubbuid has been In the Jackson Memorial soon for Deland to enter Stet-
of l Klpp Ohio, have heAt t, fumes burn with Kerosene Fuel
City arrived son University to major In no or
'I. ,,; A novelty number was a Hospital/ taking treatmentsfor
to occuptheir home .
,' Complete] TXACO Service blackout trap dance, with lightson in Port ScwallDi new a broken bone In his leg in uMcMis I Oil. We install if you wish.
the gills shoes. Lights were -
made and donated by Alton Mrs, Rose K VollMth of North
Anita Docrr of Roslyn
WASHING LUBRICATION POLISHING Hunsinger of Stuart. Mrs Andy R. H. Blum has arrived Dakota Is visiting: lice sun hue
Harbor, L I. has arrived from Tire & Co.
from Kansas City Mo., to spend Humphries Appliance
"I Lester has been teaching free California, where she has been L. J. Vollrath and Mis> Myrtle j
GASOLINE MOTOR OIL classes since August, Mrs. Ruth the season at the Fishnhole In Logan of Red Bink N J.. is
visiting to be the house guest
Poet Sewall. visiting her I sister Mrs L. J Phone 139 Fort Pierce, Fla.
Sands assisting In acrobatic
,. Can Called For and Delivered of Mr* William A Hay of Riverside -

"! Mrs. Rubin Ray Is pianist. Mrs.I Mi and Mis Paul M. iloenshcl Road \ollialh __ u ____ __ __ __ __
Oeorge Wilson .
: : announced the -
M. H. LACKEYAt show There has been 65 pupils of Atlanta Avenue had as Mr, and Mrs Arthur Chappel- _______ ___nm
weekend guests Mr, and Mis
registered this
Wiley Motor Co. Phone 291 season Hobe ka have rtclvcct word from their
3ouM:; \ l, Jupiter, Salerno and William T Lamer and Mrs. Gertrude I
SOlAI'thur, of Miami
'-- -- -- -- Stuart. There were 40 In the p., DM 2-c, Okinawa that he :
cast. The show will! be given In Is leaving I for home He has been FISHERMENTACKLE
Salerno next Wednesday Mis Rajbuin Oiay and hersister i
overseas 22 months I and In the
If you have any electrical troubles, just tell us about Pupils dancing me:; Hobe Mrs C A. Bowles arrived service 3 years. I
',,them-and you will become another of our com Sound, Mary and Susanne Dia- from Atlanta Saturday to visit _
pletely satisfied customers. There is no waiting list mond, Vernon and Rickey Sands, their sister and parents, Mrs. I
I for our time, we can give you prompt and first-class Douglas Diane and Sharon E J, Smith, Jr., and Mr. and Miss Ida Albiachl of St. Lucie IS STILL SCARCEBUT

"service. Soon, we hope to have a big and nice surprise Lester, Harriet Sims, Lacy Mae Mrs Lee F Tenell of Alamanda I Miss t're.et; Kathryn n): :has as Hamilton hn house: of guest Dal- !

in stow for our customers-keep your eye on GiiHin, Netty Jane Stott, June Plate, St. Lucle.Estates. Pas nxis who arrived Saturday I
this advertisement. AUdrey Bowden, Hannah Ray, -
Miriam Marr Bernice Callahan, Mis. Alaxanctei Hume Ford I
Roberta Hall Julia Jamleson, of New York City who has been I Kicou Hardware "Kept 'Em Fishin All through the War, and we
Electric l Service And Co.
Repair Alberta Orlffln, Linda Black, and visiting her daughters, Mrs I "
arc still "Keepin"Em Fishm': Some new items are arriving
Patsy Wolf Arthur C Houston and Charlotte :
.' Dehon Building: Phone 308 From Jupltci; Barbara Caston, (Plnkeyi, Sallas at tier REAL

Judy Knight, )Homer Witham, C44 East Fifth Street, Is hOlne.j THE BEST ADVICE IS:
----- -- ---- Jay and Tom Whltcsall and Ing Saturday to Join her

Lance Llcb Salerno band, Capt foul In '
( LIST Rooms Apartments and Rental : Betty Jo Keep in touch with us, We will be able to advise you when new equip.
your Planton. Jean Arnold Jean Mexico I ESTATE

t '\,Homes" with us. Johnson, Sally Mathers, Evelyn .- ment is due, and so far as we are ablewill do our beat to repair and fix
L. FULPORD E "lugs, Sally Garackas and M K Reynolds of Maiquctti,
Pauline Blicker Stuart: Sandy Midi, has arrived on his yacht up your tackle.

Ii : ...;\' "[ t'ttalt and ay Davey, Betsy Barr and the Pelican, and has It berthed e
Cheryl at the
McClasky Adults
... t iumc.: : !SILIIitLMJNt; were Stuait Marine Service
.,, <*).. l'JlOI'EIITY AIANACEMEN'I'Newnan Mrs Ruth Sands, Mrs. JoyceDavis Co.. pier. As hu guest he has So many fishermen drop into our store that we are able to pass on
Mrs Robb Hansencamp Mi Frazier of Marquette. Capt. InvestmentsSales
I I"" a accurate information as to where they are biting and what they are
Building and Mrs, Andy Lester. All proceeds Howard of Daytona Beach Is

Osccoli: and Finder Avcs Opp. 1EC Depot go to the P T. A opcittlnv( It. J V. Downer of taking.

Stuart, Florida .\.T.\ItU'I!<\ ETl' UILIEMIKTtIV Daytona Beach Is also berthed and Listings Throughout -
there on his yacht Rosemaiy I Martin County.

- --- ----- The Altar Society of St. Joseph and has as guests, Mi and Mis
Catholic church will! Rive a card Hunter McClintic of Charleston W. B. TILTON'
JR., party at eight ocloek Monday W Va I Ricou Hardware Co.

Highest Cash For Your Car I Club.evening, Jan. 21, at the Woman's Major and-Mrs,-Hat old Da.Io'' 'I Kreuger Building

,/Aui".. IWIESIET: : AI'U.UHItS of London England have rented I I PHONE 161 PHONE 38
: ROME: the River Cottage on Castle lUll Home Phone 158-M I

"W* .**? 'is of their leader, Mia Sgt Harris Lowery Jr.. arrived _.
as much as you can get anywhere and M J Mor- home last Thursday fans Fort -- --- -- --

: STAY WITHIN THE LAW lUuu on California Avenue Til- Jackson Columbia, S. C on a

I't" SUNRISE MOTOR CO. day.lame-The and group had played refreshments Brownie furlough. -a- II III

Ptesent were Muncie Boyd, Betsy I
311-25 South Dixie Barr, Nancy Morrison, Sandra Mi and Mis Lee Lelnwebcr of

Fort Pierce Fla. Telephone 190 Davey, Nancy King' Patty Berry Cleveland al rived last Friday I
r Pat Cousins, Mildred Clements:I I and ate the house guests of Mrs.Robert .
- - --- Holleran of Coconut Row,
Valerie Raines, Joan Wiley, Jean :
falmer Louann St. Lucie Estates. I Guide'
Dorothy Hancock,Sciuggs and _. i/ l1ing

eras Enjoy The Finest (.,\ ) .'\(' OF S l'iiAitT Ralph Zatnlts, who has been ANNOUNCINGPREPARATIONS
;MET ;MM\Y with the Army In Italy for the
past two has returned
The Garden Club of Stuart years accompanied
i by his wife who has
met afternoon
Monday at the
TOODSCOCKTAILS Woman's Club Mrs. Walter been living In Burlington, N C,
Itching gave the Invocation.Mrs and ate house guests of his brother i
and wife Mr and Mis
" 1 Delano Jones reada
Charles Zatnlti vh
repast of Christmas at Witham
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Field which was one of tic
presidents> Mrs Wlllaford R.. II ForPUBLICATION
Leach's )piojccts Announcement' I I
was made of the camellia shown ) !

Jacksonville on Jan. 10 and .
'Blue Goose
20 and of the Home and Garden I
Club pllgramage to Mexico 'I l ,lea l
City Feb J 17 to 26 An Interest SINCE I 4rY-

tag arrangement of mlnature r

Specializing in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious bouquets was arranged by Mrs s 1912Wt: i of the
L. Ashby Arbogast more than r
'. .,J Western Steaks. forty specimens were exhibitedIn
small shadow boxes ., I
pyramided -
Il ,'!I Specialize
on a standard The high. I

Bar Package Store Grilli light of the afternoon was a talk Ia 1946
on bids by Conrad Roth ofOhio _
)I RentalsFor
\who was introduced by I
Mrs Arbogast. Sixteen visitors L

I attended and were given a sprayof

!I'j i NOTICE The thumbergla Hostesses, Mrs.by Luther Mrs ,Leach Damson Information I /Fishing Guide

Mis Paul Hoenshel, Mis Real Estate Insurance
William Oruenwold and Mrs
:'J Arthur Dehon. served cakes and I Write or See
'I I
punch from a table covered with JOHN E. TAYLOR
n lace cloth and the )punch bowl
tr>l a mound of
tin.Notice is hereby given that A. C. Courson, Tax STUART
fern and
peiagus yellow hibiscus I
%Asiesaoi' of Martin County, will be at the following lighted with yellow tapers

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places on the dates specified for the purpose of receiving 20,000 Copies Will Be Publishedfor

tax returns, for year 19461 I

JENSEN, Precinct No. 1, February 4th, Quinn's Store free distribution by the Chamber of Commerce,
SALERNO, Precinct No.4, February 5th, Smith's Store
Sailfish Club, and other civic agencies throughout
lobe Sound, Precinct No. 5, February 6th, Post Office

PALM CITY Precinct No. 6, February 7th, Post Office Martin County.
PORT MAYACA, Precinct No. 7, February llth, Post

INDIANTOWN, Precinct No. 8, February 12th, HatQBjf .

STUART, Precinct No. 2, February 13th,.Court House I MITCHELL OF THE NEWS STAFF.

STUART, Precinct No. 3, February 14th, Court House WELDING MACHINE WORK I

,!J The Stuart News

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Chemistry. HI. ofllc. iind h. ,.;:
BIKERIES ING I &. 11 Eectro
EIGIIIIIIIU: .. .., MIK" O. ('. Mmlih lo Clllirnan1. ... ...... f u. 11..01-. M. Jenkins t ,, nELL In ti.. spclalzed feld : |!flr.t. CBlbmn : "t : )
tun.tc.tl MUIT1M COCNTV I. 1I..k fl.ii.lv II. l-.rr,.11. JOHN MILLER I ID IS \MlOEJblir ;esearh I".il Tirniwrty In 'ih. ,
GI! COI'RT nouszInsti ., ('|" <.- (lank of Kluarl, 10 H.rii 8. W I n. .J. I-. *iHMl ." Thorn., llrn.1 hal productd valuable Iltrorna.tlCI hint' '* i'f T.'1..""li". I, .:q
> h 'HIM.IM r tlik 1 clviTcourt here in I 'orld. HeIs ..tn.I.t. I .nd! 2. HI., I. I
'union W of Recor i 1. : i i : ; II'-Walt, r O. Rim to Llnwoodf'TlliT'KmSiilne ( ,. ..R. A (!' lo I'ubllcV A suit in for lilt I'.rk RuMMm f |l l,0V
WHOU ti.| Tin I.. 1r., |. i...I Inm T.ylniPink '. ,if'<>"1/.1, l (/ I.m'II'! ; Oni > i hlrh Bell Bakeries. Inc soujht the research d'pnrt. ( Unt .. H.ctifm: : : :;.' I, ,"
,11111.): 3 tn 16 : l>. Worr.l .tow \\' Ii. I.:. \\ K, .1.I R. "limiiriiW the noW wltt te niHh, K.niw l I1 1"" "

\ ,, II,' ,Miln > '... IOn" J.m.. M. W..rr.1 Ii. r.. .M ('hllk. in J. K. l-om.r>.. Untied active until tivo or three to collect damages from of pont. plant at ", he ..M-.m.nt le ih.. .", 1
.. Mmnhi I..-. .'Isuit, ur Mn,. ,lo Mm for DI .
\ ,Ii II" ''H. 11..1.1 t' ('n.tr.lIom"1 iIXikiiin I T.uck. Lines Inc melt .. lh. MM oviliflnl" !
''. I I'' \ A. I '''''.-- II. I..h. '..u..n. IJ.'.'''', H. I.. M''.... > eai.s a oCapt I Flamingo I Martlnsvlll*. u. lnr, .._ of : M Wh"t.I.
, :<,,,1.. '1 '1..1.. ."....10.. t... t.. I".nl.. "I'h.r.nt,. W ISmith.. Fit. ill. KllilRl.nl Miller \'as born In mini'!IPS !nnd damages rejultlng Ir hr l ..M ..,1lrl, "". "
it I I"e \\" 't ""r..". Hinrl.lll k. Wolf I 1..11. IIIKn.l of ADveRTISEMENT \.I. .1.
l \I \t i i '.n..I.r. M. l I'. ...,.,..W l.. ,, y. K. M 1-li.hf.. il. \ to m.li.r.illiin cine. WIs. In .8SS He first Ra-I Horn A highway collision LEGAl .,.r..rl.o tI I.I 1.
itt ..,,,. '11.11 ..." K. M.lliri h.I ''."' I ori.. nndIhlllln two concerns i TO d..r"b. .i I. "
I. 'I '" the REGISTRf1TJ10Ua ,
1\ H" I II ".. I .....01... 'M. l>. ...."... tn W..,imlihi-lmi-i, lo mrlda al Tl'.usvllle: ,,lth theI trucks owned by OF INTNTION & ",,h..1 Mildw, .1 I
, tt : .. < h.t IiIt.-J. A. iMuuhlirly' lo II.nkI'uiill I this week Infa1I1 llll I hiflmt "u""'>' i" '10, '
: ,. H.II .11. closed nn
I. ; : :: :: ; : I Saunders, In wns .
: .. .., '""" ..( III.. I lip.. .'... .., I..h..k.... late Capt Georite v.N ,h.. ..'h'I.. .h'h' ''I. '
JAINTE I ImU I'' I' I'.h,, ,..,,( ". '* w1v"mi : \I ",u..I1.. 1''iI",, !In"" ,, ''h.' 1881. He wa married 1n 1884 I I of the defendent I :I *:IV (". .1", t..1..y.. "" "
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"I' ,1I"h" : : ::I-:: :' ('MIlS Annl<> R. Falrbnlrn Haw- I. ., '

111 minium iiimiiitumiimniMiiiimi \1 > I.' I" ,'. <,, ,,,. Ii I..""...... .h. Umwli-r ,n. frank. who DR. J. T. CARRIEL ".....,. ,' I ":'.'.". i,,"f5 5fii'iiii UCI. I.. I It'l"
'It ., ,II ., : kesbury Mills, Ontario, preceded '' Ink nt ,, ",
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81111I111 APARTMENTS FOR RENT ,, .. MU""KI.I.I., Piiml. LINE BUYS PLANE FOR .' "I"'" ( (
II. II. ".1". ..h" R M..tI" lo GREYHOUND BUS him m death Two vears I 0" I "",1. 1..1111. '.. ,h,' "I.
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111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,, ,, ,.. ,., Prl .. MII.I.II OVER TRIPS ". .' : ( ..it 1..1.ly.
F... II. H J). Ti fm I" Krmik TAKES FLORIDA after the marriage thev came Carriel "IK '" 1NJISMN < 1..111'1IWII
I. ,,,. "., A'lh". .; .., W II.-Mull-inn l II.". I'.. Hi huiin.v ; .. Di Jonathan Turner H"I".14.l'I' ''"MI'ASNOT| I, "
- I' I "". ,,1 "k., ,.. I. II j". ;, : MOTOR LINES, INC. to Florida to make their home and Mis C A Car- ....", ,. .1| ., hunlmrt Jn.
\ "i i h,., in* I. Hil I'M .' Hnlom. rrritnnS son of Dr rtt'I"i," : I 'w ADVFRTISEMEV
l -i"ni,10. D.vil 1 ,,,,.., .. ., J II>,.,'. VlniMil John Aimi.llK.rm. at Eden I Irlel of Stuart who vlisted hew &. -"' "' ,,.1".' I. I. .1.I LEGAL "
U. 110" x fix. rill Kil.tiHI ., 1..1 %,,.. In.'. i.. M.lnm nI In bontbulldlng, OF
.aa..JIf."'=\ I'K y M.I I'll! "' --II'- '' "" < '" Tampa .iFNSi" The Greyhound He "nl'lIed I for t".o days during the holiday ',"' : HWAHII:' I'JII.II: NOT'CE T
::' h :.1,.. I ; : j I I ,, h'i|: ,.j'j; A. 011..." In Hlihiril" AIn operated an Indian rtvr choonft !' his o\\'n plane Wnr.|'. ( Houu Bill I No '
m r'J ra ;", ,1 M \ ,lil> Mnrn I. I II ,, I ,,, ..... poratlon: of Chicago has acquired has ]purchased .I, n Hri'h, 'lnr..l.J" isq
1 '"" 11 II.... ,. I' ..1..,... 0.... 1'10. ,.. "hll.I' the 'Maud Miller" md wa 1 I since leturnlng to his home tnl I" 1..10. :.
: t::: N. : control of the Florida J' ,1 HUH: I" '
\u n m/ m c I III ; : NOTJ'II .1'
'IIU" II .1. M" '.' ." I" / 1;,,, ,, ''', ,,. ( hurl'*, t'. i.li.m.n" one of I the flut etllera 4o plant l Martlnsville, Va Being only sIx ADVERTIS MENTNOTCIOF r'n"II" ,I .I
, "'1 ,......'" .,- ,--, ,,' Itl" M.'...."' .. \ .". II., Hi. I hn.' l.i.lyIn Motor Lines Corporation throiiKh i he expect LEGAl nun. hi. wlf.., ,Ihih"I.I/ tovli ,I
::1. lit ':-.t! t .. "" ., J..h" II. ... "I.., ::,: :. J.ik l.il..lmn : pine anplwHe I nouis by air from Stuart TO REGISTR >K wrllflr.lih.i' i,',,1 i imilfur
: II I" 1It.. hill.; .. I I' ilI "., ,'hI !\ h".. \'.. |l.iI. Wnlrnlh an exchange of stock, V E Abbott. Is .tl"vlved bv fl':e daughteic % to vl.lt. here more often INTNTON t.'I. '1 'I. 'I. .
I ,, .. Milll.. .I Uili ,,,, ,, A III" 1.1111.. Ih.n. HIP ,...rlifl. '"i"' "'" ",'
Ioi" I. (.lll.ii ,,, I"i iIi .. ,,,,, .,, ( "",". 11 A. n"., ,,( II"' '''. ,,, fh.. Vice President and General Mr*. "V II Tuckir nnd Mlsn ;i Dr Carriel is a graduate of H- y v Th., MU.ni*. Ihn .1..i.I"| irrir. .I
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"I1 I.Im. i' KIi ,.. I.. ." .1"/0./ -t.,,, .., III.'" ,,, I'. ,. Manager of Florida Motor Jessie P. Miller of Bradenton, the University of Michigan where'he Ih.. 1..I,.,.' n.d ,, ..r 'I.ld.. A.'(, ... .I HIW fill IIV, :
ATLAM1C COURT > I:" t .!: M '::.;:,, > "."". ... I.,,"'" the latter of whom supervisor 1' earned his PhD degree In .,.,. 2"a. I... CI.k Crrllflr.l. '* No l lV.nr ,.
I..,,"' '1..". III.n.h.. I", V..nlllII Llnei, announced last week. By .r 110. .i ..1.,' .lh of IMIMIKY ,I ,
t .\l'.\RTMtNTBSTUAMT. : 1\ I I' I 1.>,lli.. M "Im, i .. A. II I, ,.., ,.. t ,,,. 11ok,, ,,,,,I T,",' ('n.II ol the Fort Pierce elementary -no.'. ADVERf ST .., (" ."." I .. ... ,M..II,.,.. |w rllitlf>ll of IT"t, '
i"" ,. ... .1, I.. /I"",. ,, ti..U'y J. this transaction the company II --- (.,,,, 'I..hl.. .I.n ''h.. ,nl ihiii o.rt of IrKml :, .
FLOHIDA of Walton .. "r 'hi. S.'h. rl.ll.

.vhool Mrs E R Ensey
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'.. WHEN AVAII.ABI F .. II, Mriit'K. IHII.: ." .I" Hunk ifI controlling the major portion of Fulton of Stuart i ''' .". ",.. ... .I, I...!.. I","*l".h"" "". Ii"
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-. f.I" M>.!v I in,, hoo,1 I II.. i oI l.t, ,,," n I I" I i I I' l,,,i.i-. MrF. ,I. ::,':. :., "h. :"i: .t n"'I'h .;, ;.. :, WORTlt""tNTKA(1''I' Hi nt \\'.., ,
.." ,,' ''' '" :: : \roi HI', Ml" W l'"i- bun service In Florida becomes and MI'/I. Barbara Feison of 1.1.1lW 'nMI: OS Ih, ." 1.\' b..ln.. II.IUyllun All lr 1.1. .
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ANT II.h "' .h. 1".1. I ,.1.. .I ... n. 1"mp.I.I" 1// .
,.. a part of a system with a network C Miller h.U" 1.lvll" '' ,or 1.lnrlt.1 h. Mi.
WIIIom 11.i
Hi th : M" Angus "
II / It", ,,, 'I" "" .1 h i Sin in -n It U -n'110' Eden: : a son ".." .... T".h'l'' S' hJ 1' """ Th.1'k. 9 ...... ''n",.
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of lines thiouRhout thenation Eden!: and 14 giandrhlJfUcn! and '" 'h. "n ,I.. ,,,,. .. I" .10 h".il" T. H. : \11 I
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, ...., TELEPHONE 'MU 11111111111I11I1/1111111111I1111I1/ ., ..//I I',,,", ,,,,,,,, 10 Rreat-grandchlMrer II" h'' W"rhlln .
,! WANTED r.1 I 1.1,, ,Ml', hnil, f,,ill,. o A. "III I-. I Active pallbearers Included DH J I 4', '" A''"' J 1941.'h ., .1 I. \.Ihln. .10. 'rhl'' I''.. ".,......h. nlnl.Al nt ..1. pm, .. I. .
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IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'inKIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIFOR The transfer of control was I "i.:!; :.: "" CUI"t 'ln. 11. ,
IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII \\ ,. ,,' ..i.I I It..i"i ,. I.. Ul nil, I I.h Perry and Ray Saunters and :IOAR M. 'IRIIK1(01.RT .. "
SALEiiiiitiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiniiimiitufiitiiii s,,' \i| I ,i I, ,I s,.1 l'" mil I..nn, ". IKIIITATII I "'N11 TIIIEI : r. Inl.. ,I..d ... ." ,h",.
,, the Interstate
I \ I M \\lil' h V I' "I'' 'I ", approved by \V F Rlchardf. his nephew :.: .
.pl/ "I" II. I l'hII" I URI'lfT"' 1111 d..r.lh. In h
,n I Itho 'I ,1I.'hI ,, \ !"11, ,1'.1"l It.> .m." "il. I IMOItl '" \1 I.... '. ,.. mrice Commission on com-I 1 and Ransom and Morris TlltonIlonoraiy i ." ". :' j: i. I.h"''' J". I"3 JKV; "'I i, R.I .prn'.I.". ...'Urr..Ih.. "l'o".th"' ., .,,1,1.'.I".,,

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I. I / \1 I', / I ,," I "" after hearing* on :'he application pallbeaiers were Ed LKOAL [NrIOTICt 10..1.I.t Mln "f m..I".... ..I
,. ; ; .\KOITGAPL I ADvtRTSEMEN Di I. th. "h "
..Id. ". I I1. I'' ) Hoslord. Harvey l\er\\'l1t.! W LFrederickt.on 4f. .hh
\ .,,, I lor such action which begnn LCBALJKOTICCNOTIII ,,.. .
.In I \1.I". "I. .1' 1,1 "''I :JMIIIMIMMIIIIIIItlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII F C Conrad Wa I OF APPI !rATION fR TAX ... ,hi. Thld .1., '
." REITZ in Jacksonille in Mav. I -: I* HKHRHV (.IX'KN Tk.l lih DFED
c.. FEMALE HELP WANTEDMIMIIlllMllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllll ; Lcnnard. Wolter Moore Ned' - J "I \I I I" I II 1944 were held ny mi ice examiner Kin.. "r "II..rlili .lll itti,. fir ml.., 1.1 ('I.k "r N""I" ( "" "r ,
Eh'ott EL
!, Lplouin.'au F Waters ... WRVin !! Th.l
TulliiI : .
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::, ;:.: : ,:, ", J"I' '.I. ', ''M .. i I inliiiiicd Iron J'.ne One) Rlcou and Flrlcher Russell 'I h.. H..I.III, ..n..I\, "", k A. MH.lin A.SOTlfl| KII'al., : h"..ll.r Kit.nth rl.d.y, 1('"'''' (,"'1 ",'
'I i > Ulh' Imn l.n.l> ,,, i "" .1 Ihi OOHo'I'UY I'l r11f.
'I.llwtl l \tn line '.)< ( 1.11 ---- --.- -- ---- -- --- ----- I Mi 'tin; .I" ,ill) ilinrllHd: ::foll.u.l\ i A.I.U.I, A l>. U31. III..I ..ni.n .' I. I n, I ,_!' _
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I. \1'" \I ni <"uis\ ci fei Li<';" "IMIH, K.::ulh of Jiit.ll.' i:' H.uil, InIM. ; my ', ,in, I I". !1..0 th..nl. '.\o"', AIH'r"fllOFAPPLCA110
.. ,,, I foinclint. TOMMY'S BAR .,, I'.n.hl" I" ...h.I 'llVnlfli'iU.0. .., WI.B.Ir.i.lb. | .
hlBh licrboard ,, n'o.
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,! : i rotmh I sc a is. and Is ]poweicd "" ,.. 0" Stmr "' Hiimli, lo.win (5...,. a,1, No. 181
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..., ., "', f'u'' I .." WELCOMES YOU iiI ..' I"hhi.l.n ur ,. .rR..v. KOTICB ti.au.II
'Ih. 1,1 ol 20 I I I. rill H; : 'I" :.. D. M. n.r.,-. .
.. sli'i motor ioi hlnh speed] a. I' .I'rlon
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I I H I AT ALL TIMES ,1"h'. ."it "if' ,. T. ...m ,, .r ''h. .. .' aO.l Imuril Ihr I 'Ifth ". '. .. ..',; ,,; -, I with u beam of 10 Uc-l :H indies '. iihui n.I. uinlir tinl'l rtrliflotr IUIIH. ) wn.h' 1116. h.y filed iiinil I
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] J.". I. I. 'I > Laundry workers; far;: < n/ tiurtlon. She matli.. lio: miI 'I 11.,t.s'ul' 11", Kd "he..".." .., ,. 0.01.'. ,.r".lln ii l I.., ih. ,iiioin>riy .mh'.. Cnunlv Ihr. I.II..f Mif "
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I i7.i ;:: .1 ,\ sodiiid slillt. Sec ;Mr. 1"11\.11 (Iial I run Sunday when \ilio 0\\ IH'I' I I.111"Cl ,I ", ,f th..' Mill., ", ,. II.i ,...I..,.I ","I: Hnhi.t. 1",1.th..11 nl Ih.' ...n, hu... d.H.' Hnrl.l.. IBwilll.ol .
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H.r 1'. Nou : Ililili,, I 1'1.' .... "" I". ..I.' ..."hl, ,,, 1" ." "...... ,.. 'I II. m. I'hh, ." i.. .. I JUST RECEIVED I 1,1.11., ?, C".rhll"" .n. hil Lot I Illnrk 2. t Lurl.fin .
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uiiiiiiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiMFOR ;' I'lL'MIIINIl: HH'AIHH x.r Volliulh' NEW 1946 ""... 104. iluy of ub. I. T H. IM H. K. <

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JliiiiiiiiiiiiiillililllliliiliiiiiiiiiiiiillllKUDVS I I.h..n.. Sliiurt 2M. tf SCIENCF'; CHRISTOPHERELECTRIC I WIRE STAPLERS 141. "" .. l dC. of||. K. ... n.poetlv.All .

> OI( KhNI'" I I..,,'" 'I.I''' '',', iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiSERVICES It\fIO PROGRA IS CI.k or a.I rrcvony Count, ?( inM |,prapwly HM 1.1,
orelliint iloulik In .1', I.. ,, I ,. I..,,.,. .'Juld., ( Vnl. M.rln... .,.
IOn hi Luil KK. ,, ,,, ". C.'I S.o" bt
l'himerurl_ 'w.h.h.. "l "'.11' ,,' WPDQ. JacRnonvllle. Battir- SHOPStuart's I DESK MODEL .. Jy bOIOTIV PIERCE. .h.1 property 'evm..d. Mirardlnl In >uchjr.,0.1"

iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiHiii, i, ((11.1.' wrlt ;... M ""I IIINII. ('.,,,1...,. day 12 :43 p.m.W. I. 11.. I C.J" "'" wi" b. ..Id lo ,
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WANTED TO RENTtiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii S."h irnt fr.WR I' In"" I'k. .P'. I YOURS AT .
\ Jim ICubl.'", I'hn".' 21"1. '''.' O B, S.-710-Sunday, 8:45: LEC. ADVRTISEENT r".t M.nd.1 In mln.h or
Biggest Little Electric Store ,.
;.Jtt K ;o-j ;. r..1il. 'R"k';;" p.do..nkl. a, m NonCE OF 148.. h. Io..th .'

.. ,,,, .... .... "' ".r. ...". Corp. t( I STUART AP"LCATIO FOR TAX Iue.,
WANTED TU lONT : r 'Ih n, 'Hiof WDBO Orlando OiceoU St. Phones NEWS DEp 1..d .1. Thld 0''
Mondays. 117 & 29S-J eS.n.t.
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Mbrimry 1t.1 li ""n h KEPAIK' bollom. of MrhHgi ..n.. Bil No 131
Jo..ph U. AuJr.w.M "Pi' Jun.. Hlu.rt' Humblnl .nil M.I.I, Work.. 815; am. (Adv.) *
U..h, H*. J.,,. I. I'M, t.no.. Jhuiw 1UU If iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimiiiiniii I OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. NOTCR. 11 'iv CVEN Th.1 Clerk' Horlum.01' Cr.'. c "r 'or{ a rF,

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}jnsejJ'iBeach' News WI11! found him Chief : NtuUs, Camp Mr Fitch a C'Mo.M M. I Mi. and Mrs J, H, Clayton had and children of Indianapolis\ : and cut flowers are Atlanta, Oa,

rei on the Troop Ship EnKln-l Later he was transferred to In the Pacific, has recently returned I a fourlhuome/ ) at dinner at the Mr. and Mrs Olenn Sandlin,, I I JII'k OI1VlIle, Miami Tallahassee LYRIC
f BytfVlVA CLARKlt1RIIIRIIilililllWIIIIIIH1lialllIIIII Alexander This ship was the Hospital Ship, Dogwood. to the states after an Lighthouse, In Stuart. MT and Flint, Mlth I I Tampa, Vero Beach' Orlando
by the Americans In World War Thin: operated through Army absence of 14 months. Herbert t Cussc( entertained I i and Wes Palm Bach Fl i I I II

here ha ben high adventureH 1. It I had belonged to the old command and under the U, S, Samuel Zaimook was In own | MIl. Clayton are also residentsof Sunday evening" thr guests of Nashville\ 1('1111.. Richmond Va

DV,* Whi:takei' HI'< has (J IIJlnn Line and was certainlya I Line, Being on this vessel was Thursday. trying! to find. suitable the Royal Ponclana Court, I the Park with his picture travels I I and Washington,. D C THEATRE

, ,ed ,IthG' Fevers seas( jya9' m t target for enemy lire abovo I like a calm after a stoma No accommodations for his Reflecting faith In the growth of Mexico find stave nn InterestIng i tlML FLIT Mill I .
,-,.nNSALES--- -.--------- -- tragedies marked! its sailing as wife and daughter prior to theircoming ol tliln town Mr and Mrs. J, F talk Mrs p A. SclileuUi PROGRAM
had] on the Troop Sh'p! Mr, down for the remainder Murdork from Port Isabell!, rendered several accordion 81'11"1'-1 Suit was filed in circuit court ]I

.' See U* Fort !and Mrs Whlttakcr are locatedIn of the season While here he was Texas, sometime ago bought five tions 1 here this week by Rogers, Mor- THIS WEEK.5et11Nw
I':" I ore of the Sagerstrom cot- n guest at Ward's Lodge I acres of mound; with 287 feet (I'unlnued/ / 'Ml' I'"C' l'ttbl: ) I I us and Orllfls, foil Lalldl''da> ] ,
Repairs andsr > and III \YhlUak Mi, and Mrs J C Gamble have I I law firm far Louis R ('I'O.JIlllllmt I 1< roas'wll.dMlarlaFRIDAY5ATUltDA.Y..
t nsslstIrm
=-= 'I tapes ; fionlaur\ on Indian River Drive
t LI.I.$ :, ,l fAI.I .,. :,=-1J 1 J, R, Middh'ton,
?'. -i Mr Sageistrom in his plumbing as guests theli son, J, E Oamble, Irom Bill Pogerty For the benefit FLOWERS-SEAFOOD I
0 ERVICE 4lJff .J- Parts business find building of of Nashville, 'Trim and Mrs of prospective touilsts they GET REDUCED PLANE I -- I

new homes Gambles sister and husband. planned a 12 cottage remit 'That FARE JANUARY 20 j JANUARY 18- 19

" JlRNOLD BAUER Two shuffleboard courts have Mr, and Mis W II, Dunn, and court Is gradually taking shape SAfE. DEPENDABLE PEST Double Foot inJioiram) (
been completed by the cement Mr, and Mrs George Dunn. of with two cottages finished and NEW YORK-- Rate inductions I

?' LlJcle. : Boulevard Phone 112-W I contractor, T. L Decker of Mounds, 111 They motored down another in construction averaging over 40 per cent will! CONTROL Feature No 1
become effective( Jon 20 on seafood ,,
s last
Stuart, fur J II Michael son In Construction Is of cement ..
__. .. Mr and !Mrs L. have Down from Boston to 45 I ij
III ___ the: Royal Pondina Court.Spirited Hodge blocks with Interior finishing of
I cities, the All Express: dlvMun; ,
names are already un- rented the Fredrickson garage! insulating boards nicely clccoiat- Y 1'rarrA 1 "
Mmm'! So Good! Delicious Southern Style i ici way and there Is tuik of a apartment They are from ed They have three rooms, of said th Railway Express agency y ? 7 Js I "J. s

I I, tout naml'11t among the winter: Mounds, 111, and will remainfor bath, solar system, complete I 'dG d '..
Similar icdiictKins will be
guests the season clertilcequipment and plenty up :
FRIED CHICKENand 1 Mi and Mrs William Besse- According to census there of closet, space Complete cottages plied to rut flouiis" llnvm fiom Call 7979 70MiJltf "l1I1C

i i IWI of Virginia Beach; Mr, and were ninety-nine bingo players are furnished In good' Boston to ]11 rites th" aceucv. 2210;". Ol v, WI'R, HiV
FISH and SHRIMP DINNERS I Mis! Robert Momm and Mr. and at the games last: Thin'fdav night taste The one not used by added IuJi ;
The 11 1 to wl1J'I1I'IIH'd' \ Palm I rlmidY
(rIt.s I h.
Mis E F. Krndlp, winter relllI In Community ]Ilnll These semiweekly themselves Is already rented for ( rRDRlcMAR[ i "!"o
'I (dents/ tit SftRcrslioms, ( vents" lire for tourists the ,
recently season
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Chicken in Rough'MAHVIN
'turned. a llshlmi party aboard and home took with mu'tings< Mi nnd Mrs Murdock arc tI11tFIELa

'one ol Toleys Fleet with Cap- Tuesday! nnd 'Inurnday veiling, quite proud of their achievement -
M NI'r1Y I I 'Inll1 i ITaivev Ilomlir In charge The Business Men's Asoclatlon \ I In having built those NO WONDERit's ,

IORMI I IOAIIO. (III I I II HI.IS i Mrs Momm hooked a 7 foot 3 has list i donated a new biiiMo siniitiiics themselves even .o "'

NORTH tlDPRM, HKIIWA1 llsl) (RO'l'; Till" RlNDd Inch fellow: Mi. Mount a 7 set for use In the hall pouring the cement, And, MiMnrdfHk '
'loot. 1 Inch and Mr Kendles Mi and Mrs D, C, Yerklp and states, they Im it'sEIIRET'S
111'( good 1\11: i:r 1
-- -. ---- ---- --.. catch was 8 foot 8 Inches, Seven daughter, (loin St. Paris, Ohio, and storm proof. I I
nils were hooked but lost In wintering in St Cloud and tourIng I

... PUJEJ'ENTS landing; Three dolphin were Florida, were evening guests: KoU, (Oscan) IJntxPaik. GENE AUTRY 0,
I brought(;: In at one time ol Mr and Mrs L D, McBl- BEER s
The )
angler are busy allan!
New U S, Government, complete with two poles For a "weeks fibbing on this, fresh( ecently after th !holidays, and Mr nui- 'IH THE ROCWfR f ..lf"br
nd ten stakes and ropes 11 feet 'long 42 inches high, I one of the East Coas('s sportiest! Mr. and Mrs Joseph] Pltha and ley brought in a 1\ pound' In '- -' :. '.\

I'' "oori on both ends Suitable for boy scouts or campers, I grounds, Mr and Mrs, J, D small son Jay, who have been trout. Phil Ackerman has .; ,; ,
. !S: ,75 delivered: parcel post. Send check or money Sperbcck and Mr. and MM V, occupying one of thc Seger- brought In nice catches every I FAMOUS FOR : .J
itroin cottages for month left ; n HId-.i!i. -
rder. Sample tent can be seen at L Bpeibock have come! HornriiessaiiliiR a day FINE FLAVOR .'-

Route No, 1. Box 127 ( Citrus Ave White City) Mich They have Monday for their home In Lynd- The" following are recent registrants I --- --_. ---- "
taken of the Pitchford hurst, N J, :
one a-
a:; Walter R. Eshbach ))a rtmen ts. E, D, Kendlp. letlied from Williams/ : ,.Mr Orlando and; Mn Cliff Annexs Ilaiolcl I SINCE 1866 CARTOONI

IfrsV111J1t'r McKay and Mrs, twrnty-one years In the garage
and mother" '' ''
Lyncnburn O: ,Mi AIN'T I THAT TrKY"SERtnI. (
,,II, Foit t Pierce, Fla. : Leila Kennedy, of Pittsburgh business in Akron, Ohio, is a and Mrs 0 W, Fuller]] Constantine I : _

.- : __ __. __ _____ ______ ._ ---- I have arrived at O J, Branch forth booster for floncias sun-ravs, Mich : Mr, and Mrs, R, 8Sauvei
-- --- d ENJOY
." I jr annual winter visit He states, he came here a sick ',, Btinardstoi:! brass.; Mi: A LCh"J1t.
I Mr and Mrs L, Hodge have man Sun salt water bathingand
.1" and Mrs '
E L Bcuchltr ,
: rented the fiedrickson apartment the joy of fishing have done" a \
f' : :Mi and Mrs \Vm Mlddleton -
ANNOUNCING I and will remain for the something for him that medico! '
;n, I' I St Louis, Mo : Mr and BEER Iu"-

winter They arc residents of science fnlled to accomplish Mrs C. Balllfl!, Homer,, MUhMi "BLACKARR
FIRST CLASS SERVICE' Mounds, III With Mrs Kcncllc they me sea ', and Mrs Manyaid Smith, I TODAY!'
son residents In one' of thee "
Elmira, NY.; Mr. uno A/IS A. ,
:MilI';() ;MKS TOI'RIS1' ,Bers:iom apartments) on the
C Flcl' IIUUM, tl'
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At Mi and\ Mrs Tnurlst. Jensen Ridge M and Mr*, Oeo ttlnder, Toi- ( W"Itiredt.amQda \
Beach Business Men Assoclat With the opening of school onto: Mi and Mis, Urn, Olbbx, ROBERT KNOBEL-WholesalB! Beer & Wine )

: I- t Lop have T little folder tor YOU, 22 new' pupils were enrolled New Market, Mr and Mrs R B.I I 2049 N, Miami Ave Miami Fla.
Grill designed for you, "'rlttl"n'" for making the largest in the 111,:'!'oi\ "
Ray, Toledo Mr, "
t. and M>s A. Telephone 2-5824 aa' 'w:. :..t4ISUNOA'
Your or the school The County PTA I YaY
\ou Inquiries will be gladly :!- lotichet: Chailton, Mn-.*.: Mr '_ .'
and promptly answeud One meet next Montiiv, Jaiuii.1. \IDA Y
and Mrs Llwnid Hallul.Omr.: SERVED: AT MAPINF ROOM BAR
Our Staff Is Now CompleteTo of t the chief |purposes ol thin or- at 2 p nl with) ,loosen. P'f A.host"s" -----.-----.- --.------- --. f...
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panlzstion! : Is to assist the home ,,', to the Coon,. / in ;[uu- - .._. ,
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Allure Our Customers of nation I+E7tR rJntMMsye.wLtii :. ....,.,..,.. r' "MM""" .._ [Tl le '
seeker the season hone 01 | John C'< I 1
apartment seeker and the sports L. J Fisher, two ehJldn;i Nick r
t GOOD SERVICE seeker Consequently" these men and David, an their aunt. Mis il Eleanor ;I' i, ,r

ate coins tOl'eward'Ith plans Fran Bond, 01 High Point N.I I ; J1o Dane C11, ,r',,

"Sea, Food, Steak and Chop Dinner to enlarge the town, biilcl new C" who have spent the hfl1d.IY i icsaMiii $ t
I roads and establish a comnuin'tv with Mi Fishers wilp sod' vmtr O"t ;to"Pride
I Open 6 30 a,m, to 2 00 a,m. center on the beach where young son Rectlho( are \':mlciIn : '-
(20 Hours of Service) Rod Allows may get togetherfor ; in tlu Rac' al Polnti Iuat i i i '

(. MS f-filslilng, swimming, plc- emit hove returned home the
: nlcliiB, dancing. ht,ii:h of their son silt! kiojiM .

, 'Colton, Prop. Old Dixie, highway. These men "want to prove to :'s. risiui hut until ul 'n i COLEMAN'SHOME
"., vou thai t Jensen Bear is not nI weather Prj)1 I( to Mi F'si hrr"tlf..u i it4L ofMarines"t4, ", ,

I own of commonplace, (hat
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:.::- -- -- d h --- ninny: who have been here and + Y9f.S
.. I' are here lie people]" of fame such
''I stho author SoaurooK Ills R. U. AWARE ?

: He FAll I S By GENERAL ELECTRIC J Inmons book( "No Hiding Place,." : .
fir \\IIS pruned right i | here I 147 ---- --- -
Ii'.b Prof. C D Hoffman( chief" eninppr 0\1<' ; K I
A .; I II Novelty
'\ with Speitl) Ins Is on a r .: }

.[. TUMMY/ FISHING I! A leave of absence" to the SpeitlItius ] I r ;P ,,, TARPAULIN'S HANDY KITCHEN TOOLS 2.95 "SEESAW AND SHOES"
.j (' Ine plant in Orlando.
d" t' PADLOCK SWALLOWED BV THIS Cinnlnu in Saturday from OrIttcta I cr ".. I 9x 12 ft. $1029 White Enameled

YOUNGSTER WAS FISHED OUT 0Yv I Where 1 they had been the iY.\1 FOX NEWSatelitillrwatc
MEI 1 ,. .';. { I Large Bathroom HAMPER $6,95
; ? ar A TINV ALNICO MAGNET ATTACHED u',Is of vii and Mrs Stcwnit ,. \ '," 12x 11 ft t. $1479 .Ji,1t1JI:!I1OAI
f "I TO A STOMACH TUBE. ALNICO, Nell( I, \\1'1"i ,' Oivllle Row, V D : I i 22 x 12x30 Inches I TUESDAYWEDNESDAYJAN

,'p"" 7 MOST POWERFUL /MAGNETIC MATERIAL Rowe 1 aid ,M. Rogers( ; of rhicitoOi ; I 1 '[1-;. 15 x 18 ft, $2393 '

',' ville Ji',1"'. has been" with tin ,,,,. /J .. GARDEN HOSE "V: 21
KNOWN TO MAN, CAM LIFT ('hi,',\ito/: i id Western R R for _-,,. ,"J' All Seams Double Stitched .
';I, MANY TIMES ITS OWN JJ:! wars :id 1111pon\ his rcIuI'n PIGMY "HUPOO 1& (Hue "OP :n i-j 50 ft. 5 S 2 ply Good Hose $6.95 : So* .
'I'' 3* HVCISHT. ITS USE WAS I \ bi 111:11'1'11'to: i \ Miss Faye fAPWT ANIt-ttU> CN EA!: , awe wou AN loa ot irs; !:,-, E V.S ./
DEVEICPED BY GENERAL ('i 1'111'V.' D) Rowe, father" of Or I IONL'' out-Roi.RY..eem4: 1'I-tf .rniJ li II I Cr.. #f/r.
' ELECTRIC SCIENTI5T5. VIII< has 11( :lied( from the l>nlnt- | THE NILE HIcourlroui :>por>OAMI.I, \ HitSEIO I !I
f\ 1 Olati Ovenware 75 I \kOtO \\) j.I
law! ;met do''natlng business AI.) I $1| '
Mt "
COkgg .
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w. have the corn rnmhh.YUa of Saturday n :
Rom is is .t popular night club Irli-ndly, iirivicr, M., m.-, Y ROASTER Reg, $2.10 at* i 0"'" t"'i' 1. _
inrmtoi The three are here
w ihaiulit and roi.oi.llr pet." W, I
I in llsliinu I : i prior to ,going to ,h,Idly Id"... 10 our polity .1 ,oJ I
:\I mil for l lie horse and dog mrhm.dl.v md .i. ". a. I"ul I Motor Car FANS $ ,75 CLOTHES BASKETS CARTOON
..III co..""'' \ ,,' "'" ",,, .,, ,,.
1'1111111. ..hlh., conic I.I 'r I ,, ..o..0... ', .,,? Vacuum Lea I Close Weave Willow size $3.451rico 'Hare Conditoned"Fox '
i I ( Ige )
Mi and Mrs. R. B Spinney acinipanicd .a.mntleop.rMm, "? nom, .I
< by Mr Splnnev I IIII'N' .
Miss Elaine Spinney of I NEWSIleac.mreta
Brooklyn N Y hove arrived at BICYCLL: SEATS $ ,2* FISHING TACKLE
1 ''atApa'! elaaileeeeaeseTHURSDAY
tlw'\'\ cottage alter a stay in St White Sheepskin
Alb.mi,, L, I -z ; : WEBBER SPINNER. 3 for 35c

Mi and Mrs. Ed Fitch, from ALUMINUM FLY REEL $4.95
JAN 24
oliimbla. S. C., are ns they'
BICYCLE KICK STAND Plug. Hook Sinkers Line .
stated spending their fourth I l 9C TWO LARGE FEATURES
E-PROOF WATER .oCoOO1 O ini-ini Fit Any Standard Bicycle J' Floats Etc Etc. I
g&- oCg Feature No, 1

ftV THE WATER IN THIS I i -HU'tii URY--- i f.I

'ij VESTOCK DRINKING TANK I" i Victory Bar Use The Best USE FIRESTONE Guarented Paints rif -

'THE NEW GE ELECTRIC Illi, illt.ij .

dEEPS I Iii OPEN Firestone House Paint Screen Paint Wall Tone .._ '!
? A THIRSTY ___,n ... \
, ?EE FOR Iii G g DAILY 9 a. m. to 1:30: a. m. D Turpentine Enamels Varnish ': ''''- -

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f/ SUNDAYS 12:30: p. m. to 1:30:

I ; PACKAGE DS'I Biggest Line Of Paint Brushes In StuartTRIMZ n\'U'm: : No 2

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BORN IN A BARN. I II o SOLD 9 a. m. to 12 a, m. 0 ,} .\''N CAA tI1)OilEB.4Nf\ \ )\ t r


St. WAS SET VP IN 1900 IN II Bt r.s't\\tt\\\ \

: *fm' '( A BAKU. SUCH WAS THE I V MARINE ROOM-BAR H O L F A S T jean! PMW.tl'o! 'stL"Uh .w 'u.urwyu
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"HOUSE OF MAGIC"dt BEST FOR THE LEAST.e) Box Refrigerator Water aYW IaNMk'0VY.I WpIt. .wi.

DANCING NIGHTLY TO 1:30 P. M '!\.- !.
i D D I In SHOPFIRESTONE Pump and Electric Plant "ArM .: ,

More Goode for More People at Lesa Cost.f COCKTAIL LOUNGE Oo" 'r Ao ..?.., I\ rnY
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RTt'1R1 MAHTIN COINTT, FLORID, tntn %Y.. JNt'.1R{' nFt Hilt ------'-,(-')\\ltl.'l0- around I I

PAGE Elf.HTtlllllllllllltlltlllttlllllHIIHIIIIHt ,_. r- [ -at the present time mOfe up.toIthe.mlnute 'hrn they'J- -" (' bl'llutJIl.1 and USE 6 ;
EIGH I HI' '' h "nlc Pure l )joined the D. L Eda- Italian, of Le Pueblo Way. Balm flgul'c'h t'- o\cd Uncle San I| machinery 11 heir : :looking' ".ii: IIlo\\'th. I

III-Ill by son hopart. of five guest. Bfach In all piopcities mid over el lx|" installed in order that Ira asc.lduring : 'unusual (I in'.ul' f water and COLD PREP*
='E\\-: 'Leh'Indian and of month. pay a tax on one lea.weed lIeason Comp
:M; and Mrs. Edgai Larfuve The birthday anniversary you the
.. El.lItCOalit ( TABLETS.
WH J .will Robert LaHaye from Cl'o 'don. Mill Annette Cave was the signal half the sail) prollt 01 are credited January through June. may I 'climate prefer the the DROI'S.LIQUID. \

River Drive jl' ,.. .. Mass, and Mr. and Mis William ler, a gala event in her honor I with one-half the sale Ion. yIeld more Important and aston, I 01 i 1. a rather( than I CAUDIRECTC '

OUR H. ', J.. : 1-11.,.'.. ul ,vnkonai.r LalUye of Floral Paik L which was planned and car. If the uin-iet took place I In I' lihlng result In the laboratorh'Before ) Oulf DI ", l aclflc. ---- -

Iiiye i Bv \ 1\\ CIARKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUimillllllllllllllHIII :"' (. i,." ;1.,- .::
, ,.. t: IJ1UI>o"l\jon t .*H a supper last Tuesday. at Flnr me Cave, of St. Louts. Mo. tax on the 1 lull I profit or monopoly on Ajar and CIJIII I 10t

It :Mr .,1.,. M! : ', ..' .("[', u 1 land In tin ., !lori '' Maribel 1 PlantaUon. : and both wintering at Eden- credited with the full loss But trolled all secrets .n connection 1

at tt1 Ju ln '..' .. '. .. ": .. : .I'i ump Mr fu. .. ::1"- Donald McClure returning to lawn I II lha 's not the point In Improved with Its manufacture. By research 1I('

JAINTE Ida W II i'l :....." .. :'.- :a'rn: tv 'l'Il. even lor higi, ....I.'SI his home In Blomlng III. I I The affair was a dinner at i propei ties held for Income ( through Spertl Inc. It I a

tenth .AL.. .. .1. 1.-.t .trke, because he has heftsres.alto : from a stay In Miami was a Clmonaon Saturday evening purposes. a regular practice each 1.1 has been found that seaweed I In

iron C.:.1.:.:. r. t'1) ,t, ; i along this secUon ex- visitor In the Lane Jennings with Mr. and Mrs Larry Simons to deduct depreciation\ 1 I Indian River hM the same If I

,18711111I11 at "B.H.. .... E. .. I :. '' themselves that in the home in Walton Wedn .da)'. I I Mr. and Mrs Dumond Mer- i iI yea:. and value In event the of basis sale of to I' not better properties, than Jag- i,'

--- 1.:11 I : 'it future development It I Mr and Mrs A. F Hennlngei win Mrs Katherine Morris and : figure the on Thl I' anew seaweed, 'rl

..,; rain the DIM\P as a high and ehlldren Linda and Jean fo Arthur Phillips as guests. prior allowed depreciation out 1 1cases In Only one otter Agar plant 1 is 1
he pointed
ROTARY CLSTUART ..." ic,;dentla section What Chicago Kill arrive In Eden Mi and Mra. K. A. Juth form- also applies clepreclailon\) was I in operation In the United a\
M.. wds.Nn..,.,asor:, Ir..111!:: River Drive needs he around Feb.. and open their Win- er winter resident along the not allowed ueh as a private i Si ties> On acount of secret ex ft'I.I 0''
r"It CHISlWL\1 S'RU1 '::,)l:..,:zcrt is a restrictive law ter home I Drhc have left their home In the wording of per'menta, the Spertl Inc plant
;J DR. CHART' C \ItPfL:. ., ...cn:: Mrs Fred Remolds Boston to motor here with ex reside nt'ftr.rl' "allowed U not open to vlnltoM
Mi Is foi
I thc ledei\ I HI mj
Ii HLSR1 cABRk I.' .out! Mrs: P E Walker of ul Eden have returned t""" their I peeled arrival this wek They allowable! dcpi) eolationjmn ." I Spertl Inc., also control Sptru
, ..' e'aa; 'apI'I'IIa. 'i,, apartments.,' hon alter upending the holl- 'have booked reservations at the ,I -' --- -- .---- .- Citrus. Inc., at Orlando. This
: -- -
-- day season in the Glades where Pelican hotel in Stuart. : DEO.thC.1tl'gNaUunwlde plant U in the process of completion

Mr Reynolds ha, a Genial Dry Mrs Helen Lowrle, Mrs. Ed I and will commence piductlon '''' ,

C.H-I-C.K.E-N.S( I'' Goods and Clothing store along mend S. Bum and Arthur Nichol. II I broadcasllng of I next month. ,

the shore of Lake Okccthobec ; of Eldred who have been holl- ,' Jaycee Week ('\'!'nl111 be heard i -

; BROILERS and FRYERS near ('anal Poll dry vacationing in !:ew York over the' American Broadcasting I Mi. and Mrs C E: Picketed!

Drcu..d'hile You Wait Yvcune :.. R L dry. MiRevi '. 1. anprt\ home this oekI sy Urn mxt fi<'day and Wed of Elkhalt. Ind.. and Mr au'I i i ii

' -,*, old rn.a1, i I' ;.." 14 basln : I "i srph Andrews from Mine nesdi\ at Hi pm. and next Mrs. H U Bryant from South ......
BBIa FAMILY and RESTAURANT SIZE s", \1'ltl'l'' .11 i Ihr Wovnold\ 101:1. N Y? an old friend of Bell Ihut rice.; it k10;) I pm i| Bend. Ind... are spending tic 'ci ',,1.'
Chic'! Mondays and Fridays hums Edison father stopped MUI'I- i son at Ocean Breeze CinMi :;> you FINDING IT
ANT Baby : !UdlKI10 ('.H1iiII-i; : I Apr
SlU Onion Plant, Oniun, >"*U-Various- Kinds of Suds Mrs Oi.' L>' M".,',".lalk. of 'bt'l Plantation last Wednesdayfor and Mrs. Pickerel 11)! are in DUDGET EACH WEEK'Manv
visit with Mi and Mrs LB
11 i InI
hAl \\'a ton a( I Olnp"I.i i :'cl .'.Ii:s H D. ; ; The Flolldt Cattleman! '> AxKI I }vying their tenth Whiter i t1cufewivC's are, because the price of I
4.T LESt M/h" RAINS FLED and POULTRY CO. 8"\h." ; and firs .\:eta c"mpbt'll.1 1VA'itc I where CdMon he will: ':1het remainder sr'eidl7"u!:'' h.I' 1" IIt.ted'I'I'Y I Florida as this reporter I IIund incrcprBUT! those who trade at Anthi
then! :
. n; City ,1I.t: II' I. B nl1- 1t'.11' 11\ I .I n'k :, uUjJ lo make an out when intci\en: has neighborhood .tore, have the ben,-
164 Flagler Av ,. Phone 311 ,. i 11 1 of Fort Pi'rv... t I') Oi .indo o( the season.Editorial annr' 0.11: j.. ,,' I,1.1111 i ""I l then --- ---- thc friend!: for you.BUDGET.WISE .
'p up I nnat t to lice 5t.ic: our careful buying
1 In( 't Filduv I.11ti( Ln ; : ) BUBBLES SEZ-i
1ft I.Ihr.I. -- ---- 811. Rjbinsei stir i
Ir, ;::1, Hampten I"a I c.c.s. -;,.,iteel \- Desk I ,'\,1"" ,.. ;11', '" ,' .' rll1ifqat.111 t t I II Iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiinii .

rrWalain (I 1'IC! for his o1 s ual w lit I< tat Odds and Ends "I'' ," I.., ,; I '.111.. IT THRIFTY TO
. Fixtures f5Y
Household Lighting -- -- ; ;
1m'i takes a rolind abut' t ,1.\ t toact > -- >
te. I I I I I I I I I l 1 1 1 1'1'inn I '.IIIHIIIIIIIIIM I l I I I TRADL AT ANTHONY'SEconomy
: here noil.i. uv plalle Iii t to
IIU'IiIRLDS!' TO SELECT FROM Cll'Hon; Mont,lync. State Nn vtclllji U
Outlamala U"' n to :\11'01 JENSEN NEWS
display of the Miami Dally Nt 'A'.
n'on .. fti atANTHONY'
1 lean' and wl: and .ItJ.\ 1,01'fKld i
at ;to Mlam around the first dropped b%' recently and 'I' had l r I", ,/ / ,._. ';' .
of Feb From there he full eome quite a talk in the office about / '
EBNER'Sil2i14 all the ramifications of his tub littIiifttliflnflifttnlltilllnttl: I : ; : :
'o Alkona tot a visit! with his 1 Y.o ,
lllc long frlei. 1. Fletcher Russtll Monta('. who used; to run Hit' I JIll!); PIp/11.111ON I :
; O" arise Ave. Melbourne paper has a whole :NOW' ItLUm: ,

II FT. PIERCE Mr. and Mu. Edward Michel- tome respect for "small town In Junc'i 1944 line in one of \1Jo.\BIR! ::

sell. of Chicago have purchaseda news treatment" and is personally the \\uid ('oil;,':es aequan: :ted S The first thins SWta'T mrllearns : T"F : Groc!
all the local of the aoolensthrl'r: on
subscribing to Edvvaidtid Pies dent U that
Fljor:',c.n Fc.tures! tract of land fl'omIn.: Barbara But .,with t1)
Ferson This his( a small South Florida papers In oidei Bu.'inc"s :1le11's A -,uclalon1h: i.o..t..mu.tk.tp.'oil and eater ] .1.. .

I -- that will be to check news values in each the l11purt.\I1 r'f f lire p:otietion JI\ t-SED TATS Io' h' ". It' I
It re-
building on ,
"11fT't IH.I, \ J.H
community. He had a nice word for Jensen Bcarl1. 'Ihp.1'11(1", Remember !tics \\
lock:eel for their lI.tl.'l'i use fit there soap EC k.
for myself and for Mary /Hartman 310 Irai(' collates In this ae.i nuke mw
; : f TTT': ill M5 I,:: :Michelsen a'etNan ofrrld In a recent column anon "Villi-help" fi1A "...m-J"J"! _
t tLl{ 13 t CImJf \\ ,i War I and :Mis Michel and a \viihnoconlrolcq ip -
feel I that Monty hive
our part we ment available might a
rut arc fo: the present slopping
is doing a swell Job. He !is a dramatic and serious effect up<.:. 19ail"2G1YI1ti'J'!
Stuart but to make
......T""' S'O... ... T "" .: ."'(" !EC'-"I .r expect I good friend of Dwight Rogers the and comlnU:1 i: :\
VOtQ h.tE.' a5'wE "I 'S.E :..na"':.: .n at rCNCa th, their haven 01 rest as fast population
1'e." '' EELS : WONDe RYLwlv Congressman and thought
t7 at largeMr.
=J C. E.E"' 'o L I nlVIU AT a' mattrUl can be purchased
loi tenodellngMi that that full page; of questions \\.Iel JU' it be OK 1..'
-----;: STUART from Dwight to he people which .it t, I
.. .. : and Mr>. T. Barker and count t'; commissioners 10'
:: FEED STORE cia: ul :ers! Miss Man Edith and \\c published last week was hot time n adi' them aware jl 1 t IJ,ehlghlv

:; iJotiho have been occupying stuff" poitant need f,,: '1>
; I I
I II] j6-: 1--------1'0"".., the Le< Tourneau collage in Eden 0-0-O defense and a-ked hem io ,.[ t

;"r,i I, number Ilf arks have re- Capt. D. B. Hearn Red Cross upon his icquesl W. \\' Her.-

rft t'.: i n'(1 t trJ uii 1 1M i.H. II' PC('kM publlclt director has Jumped dry. of the State Road Dra: : ;I.
( : : 'k.;; NY'J into action on a number of ment gave voice also tu:1.: ..
civIC here. One of
: ..:vl! : : D 1 I" r 1 III'.111 l lrfb pressing laek
". -J', .1'' \ .':' c.! -c..." ..l.dn. the Items he is most interested Other business men bathl'

SIXTY MILES AN HOUR H: <...... ., ;': \j. ".' .:. in I Is pushing a modern an important factor In the Certainly you save when'OU shop! it C'e n, :: Our every effort Is extend,
- ': ae it basin for Stuart. More towns I1CCuld\ backed the
.j 1C
I p )'.1 ci' to him. sundaiU ul iiie eleltnsi "tt make our whoesale purcha e. at PRICE 'iAVP:OS which are passed on lo
Service From Kenny', Leon and Jack I
o-o--o forth by Mi: Ward There another great saving at Cromer's Think of the time you save wher
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It seems we were a mere matte Today their efforts along this I

DON'T HESITATE 'r i of some $40000 over In our line has born fruit. A lire make our wholesale purchase at PRICPLCTE FOOD STORL, Here, and

111 1:411: : ,., 11.: stirnate of what the tomatoes duck. assembled in the County'garauue s
.;7a light to be worth on the Sun roof, you will find THE BEST in groceries. produce and meats, and many'
at Stuail. has been do-
U All \
To Call On For Things
'jr I A: B\"D-"" ';-I !ice Products news story.planting County In Agent a recent livered linemen to Jc'nsen are lending where volunteer themselves .- I items not found in the usual grocery store.

TO' Fl'.U ao:::<.v rcaNOCSV
YOU NEED L M Johnson gently chided us
for of the
study new apparatus THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE
r OJT 'o.jjLL: ;- .bout It. In the first place there in order to providem/ I
,. ale SO acres, not 60, said he. and I
SCRATCH FEED $t.05 --- & ," mediate! (aid to cope with eon ,
1 In the second It U wise to estimate .
I jlI flagratlon ui mishap;
200 bushels to the acre
Be on lookout for our Credit Card>> to be issued to all I V.<<(W / than 300. "If that planting does IIR1I. 1n.ltl: s
our customers of good credit standing 7 & r produce 300 bushels to the acre."
; : I L'i.tNsIoN: ; nioCfRVM I
said Johnson "there will be I a MARKE
recent times ,
rj During 'I'.C':11haa :
A dime help child walk. Give 50 { tomato farmer behind
Notice i may a every: remade the world CROMER'S
In !far
: '
dime and help a lot of kids walk It could be your ....rt'. .' "_ ; lice In Martin county next season lin county science Is dome i .11.i ihnportant (flMI1V I KK.HTSRtslI'llOM I

child or mine k' I ." : .: Sj Km DLL1\ .
i job t far p'fblh' / (.till,
t o-o oIhr in the modi Agar plai t awl
J i in ;
II JOIN 'I III!: MAI'CII OF MMES ,;>1 .'r e4nm.I News Is about to print liboraton of Spcill) Inc .it t Ju n. IIIiW__....r
_-T.>.1X2fl. .- ,5. t ) a beautiful folder for Ocean ten Beach ..............""t 1IIIBIIIT'S

I i"H.::, :
H. bloke secured some of
/ under advice und Ihl'l'ctlv.jof
\,. '" I.",, ,.., .It ,I '0.. v.. n.v., I the finest photographs of his Prol C D. Hoffman chief!
Ih ph'r ....Jumplr" .Ie. have
setup we ever seen They ,
.. el' ,,,v'? slah, I Hltl.,OPIiERII elect!leal engineer of the Vnl-
I I t.' IRK ,IIO" why .".0, ,ell UII n.. literally breathe tropical I : versity of Cincinnati. and\ II COirdnci WORTH WHILE
...n., a. l.. sll k"H" nl beauty : } I' rntlncri of the plant.
I. '" I." I \" 'VNy 11II oAi
'nH' bUllrllI1"1.0" haute! en-
"" .1"1" '" old woman see
nero; can I iu Prrl I It o''I.d rr mll(11 1 b, d no 1 to''Jlyd
again if sufficient I Is
money : n! I P., '[511)1) 1111', ''H; MatUn
i rused to. pay for her eye operation ,lilt S' L' c I,< ('I "c:,tl t,, "II InI -
it s not much of an optio .
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('I. 1:1)0: )1. I 1l1l1SC WAIT
t un11' and not much money I is
)\\"rI" I"" II'' "I. .,! y..t
I iincdcd but It l it more !than tai:

KENNETH STIMMHI_ PHONE 76.J 'Old nr(m woman will ever hive'
-- -. \unless the/ white folks in 1111'c'uml11unlty Jlr

chip In. A fold I Is --

help being send raised or !give If you your want<'ontn-, ( tu, t( ,, for

I D i1t -'W/U.Jifll.lllJI: / : iCI I but".n to Mrs, Patsy MeCoid nth ) .,r BREAD \1

<' sherifls office at the court


yJ0l1 Ifl : '. ; t ,wa4T 3, WHO'S I o--o-oGc

'MAT JAr4k '1 LUCYLIJ MAN ? me E. Sou thai d!, !''I' has
GETTING MAriRlE.O' ? suit lust opened a very at:lactlve' THE"DUDE" WESTINGHOUS ]

I guest house, "The Anchor W

age." at Jupiter. Situated on a

lovely scenic point of the .

\ .EV Loxahatchee, Its the sort of ,
spot where folks can reallyrest :
v n and relax.000AccordIng I 40-FOOT EXPRESS HOME PROVED

to Ted Oughterson

tli ,; rheres a beautiful catch facing j FOR TESTED PERFORMAr-
'r sr many a seller of Improved proerly -

use t ,, > when It comes time to

n., .... "..,.."I.. _N... .. i ''CHARTERFISHING SUPREME QUALITY

r! The motorist of thir vicinity consider themselves lucky to have a place I like the FOR INFANTS

HAYES MOTOR COMPANY to depend upon for repairs of all kinds Drop in,

today let us tune-up the old motor foi you. ALFAR MILKThe

Electric Servic

I i
Inquire At Lighthouse Dock
; Alfar Creamery Post Office Arcade

WEST PAUl BEACH Capt. "Dude" Dodge Phone 13
e I' I
I 458 Flamingo Dr Phone 7175

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day celebration featured this coming late in the winter or WELL KNOWN AUTHOR

\ lades News Man's Reminiscences event. And when Uncle Joe's Guava Development Bringing Out\early in tne spring. It has a GIVES VOLUME TO F. L. Porter, D.S.C.

farewell services were conducted heavy wall, and is described as LOCAL LIBRARY FOOT SPECIALIST

l F |)f Picturesque Uncle Joe Bowers last Sunday, in the presenceof Healthful and Tasty Varieties being a very desirable fruit. Howard B. Lee, Charleston, W. CIIIROPODIST
another large, reverant crowdof I While the Redlands grows well Va., former attorney general of Put Your Feet in My Hands \
friends, itw as held in the -- from seed, and averages six to 201 Sunrise Theatre Bldr.
I John M aiedhlll of the Belle with specific mission to performfor door yard of his rustic home. (TIFF, West Palm Beach) perlment Station at Homestead eight ounces, it Is susceptible to West"The Story Virginia of the and Constitution"author of Phone 783, Fort Fierce, Fla.

lade Herald recently ran an him, and looking backward "In speaking of his marriage, Although the prospects for has played a leading role in de- fungus attacks. has given the local library an
I terestlng column about "Uncle that period was a most enjoyable Uncle Joe made the remark, the commercial development veloping the better types of tree A variety which will no doubt autographed of his book. ----- ---
e" Bowers, "pioneer woods. one for me. "You know it Is said that thereis the guava are exceedingly bright and fruit. One of the best come to the fore as a commer- Forword is by copy John W. Davis
an, citrus raiser and cattle- wanted no fool like an old fool, and there are certain hazards and brought out by that station, Is cial fruit Is the Ruby. The wall former
"Uncle Joe a personal solicitor general of the
lan over In the Indlantown history written,which he plannedto In that statement there may techniques that must be taken the Red Indian It Is a large of this guava Is deep and thick, U. S. Writing of the literary LOCAL TRUCKINGWe
sctor. have been more than a hidden into consideration if the Indi- fruit, and although there are a and of excellent texture. The
Issue In an illustrated broch piece was inspired by request
"Some years ago," Oledhlll story known! best to himself. vidual contemplating guava cul great many seeds, they are small bright red of the meat makes a haul Anything, Anywhere
ure for distribution to his legionof to Mr. Lee to make a talk on
"For of ture Is going to be successful. and the Red Indian has excellent attractive and salable Anytime
rote, "In my early experiences ) friends. The story was pre more than 40 years very product I the subject at the high school.
a Glades newswrlter, I was pared and delivered, but whether his life Uncle Joe had no mater- R. A. Carlton, agricultural table qualities. Research revealed the lack and CENTRAL .
ivlted to be the guest of 'Uncle it ever saw the light of dayI ial use for a home, even a com- agent for the Seaboard Railway, The Supreme is a large guava, need of material on the subject TRUCK LINES
r mon one, for It had been several told the Sub-Tropical Fruit sometimes weighing as much as FLORIDA MARKETS
oe' Bowers, for several days, do not know as that was not and sales have indicated the long distance hauling
score years that he slept out in Study Group\ about some of 17 ounces, and averaging around BECOME: MODELS popularity of the work.
-Joao.-oao my portion of the plan, the wild, oe the weather whatit those Items at the last meetingof eight or ten. The seed cavity is FOR NATION Vollrath Plumbing
ALL TYPES OF With his wife Mr. Lee is
I, "Here are a few highlights of be. But when he got that the organization.On only 15 per cent of the total

uI ROOFINGMGlad this wonderful pioneer, as I recall new life, he planned built and the credit side, the guava weight of the fruit and a Supreme So successful has been the Stuart.spending They his are second located season at the in I Service
them from the mind after equipped in modern manner, one as a fruit has many qualities tree will bear :S I bushels operation of Florida's State Holleran apartment.
to Estimate Your Job'Worse many years. Joe Bowers was a of the most beautiful, attrac- that BIO superior to those of the when It is four years old. In ad- Farmers' Markets that many
U before -will/ do It again'HALE scion of a well-known pioneer tive and rustic homes, one soft fruits of the North. For In- dition it will yield two crops a other States have sent agricul- ssssi s
North Carolina family and at would want to see or use or any stance, the dietetic value of the year. Although the Riversidehas tural representatives here to
the time of his death he was wife possess, built out of cypress guava Is much greater than a pleasing white flesh, the study them and they have been
73 years of age. Disagreements logs, which he himself cut and that of the Northern fruits. Also quality is not too good, and the termed the outstanding "model"for DOG RACINGWorld's
THE ROOFER I and dissatisfaction at the par made into lumber. the harvest situation Is good for tree Is not a strong grower. states desiring to set up

n,"lava to "Bl.ckl.'i Ulm.,*. Garkff Building" oppo.lt ental home, and his wish to see "Uncle Joe had not been accustomed this area, because It is a late The Lwnaidsoa is a prolific similar market systems.
or writeC. the world and be on his own, to a modern bath summer, and early fall crop variety with a small cavity, and
M. HALE lead him to leave home at the room and all Its shiny contraptions which will be moving when the good growing qualities but it Th processes of rttonTcnton
01, P. D. Bra 1)71, SHi.rt age of 16 years, and for some and utilities, and he remarked local crop deal is in the dold has a pronounced odor. On the hare been seriously back bra Fastest GreyhoundsIn
nth,)ClOc==:: O Oaest ::::=:ll years his family knew not of' to the writer, "Why rums. other hand, the dlands is vir- combination of OPA policies and

enshoi his whereabouts."Joe you know I could not get accus- Guava Can Take It tually free of the traditional labor clbhrbnc.-P. K.Uyttrom ,

left behind him a fine tomed to that damn commode, The hardiness of the tree Is guava odor, and produces two Prof, o f Mor ting, Action NightlyEXCEPT
until I brought in some palm very much in its favor as a pos- crops a year with the second crop Columbia Univ.
horse, which he sort of hank-
trees and set them beside It, sible source of agricultural income ( SUNDAYS)
tts ered to again possess, so he
and even then I missed the expected for Palm Beach County. It
wrote the brother to bring It to
and hiss or rattle of a rattle- grows on all kinds of soil, and if I
him at Bartow, where Joe has .
wittSABSTRACTS snake." the ground will grow anything. r--
settled In due time the brother
and horse arrived, but Instead of "Joe Bowers was a strange but It will grow guavas. It will tolerate NOW UNDERWAY!
kind hearted man, colorful In practically all weather conditions
returning home the brother the manner and conduct of life, except the heaviest The Anchorage
. threw in his lot with Joe, and but as a citizen and friend floods, and at the same time It DAILY DOUBLE 2ND. AND 3RD RACES

, betwen them they developed a there were none truer to those will withstand drought conditions -, Nine Quiniela races

TAX AND TITLE fine citrus grove and nursery he liked. He was a frequent which approach the ex ON THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER

INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS there, vllstor at stock market sales, treme. There Is no serious dis- NO MINORS ADMITTEDALL
"The itchy foot" again struck especially at Okeechobee where ease to threaten guava culture. At JUPITER, FLORIDANOW

' TITLE INSURANCE Joe, and he made a lengthy pilgrimage he disposed of most of his cattle However, the mushroom fungus
)Cj f FLORIDA over Into the wilds of He held membership in the gives some trouble In Central OPEN FOR RACING UNDER STATE RACING COMMIS-

ABSTRACT CO. Martin, then part of Palm Beach Okeechobee Masonic Lodge." Florida, but it does not consti- SION SUPERVISION
county, where he picked out a I tute a danger In this section. RESERVATIONSfor
JIM Pruidont KENNEDY vast acreage later to be addedto LOCAL LIBRARIAN The fact that Insects attack
the ripe fruit Is a problem, that the SEASON
STUART FLORIDA In large territory, so that he RECOMMENDS CAY'S"THE
.. might be solved the use of
had a mammoth ranch at his UNSPEAKABLE"Among Rooms with Private Baths PALM BEACHKENNEL
the new insecticide, DDT. Dade
.as' death. x Excellent Cuisine! .
County growers were successful
"To this site, he and his outstanding books with that antidote this Furnace Heated .
DOUBLY BEAUTIFUL added recently to the shelvesof year. CLUBOPPOSITE
brother moved effects
personal During past the principal
I the Martin County Public HOMELIKE Ql'IET. REFINED
from Bartow to the Indlantown medium of propagation has
library the librarian MORRISON FIELD
RINGSAS sector, bringing citrus stock and mends, "The Unspeakable"recom-by been by the seeds, but the simplest I ADDRESS P. O. Box :225-Jupiter, Florida On BelevedereroadWEST
l cattle overland by wagon and means at present Is by root
Oay Reviewing the book for
LOVELY AS A SATIN horse, to start their venture, future readers, Mrs David A. cuttings, and the tree can be PALM BEACH
which proved successful. grafted. Fifty per cent is the
Schaefer comments:
l "First citrus land was laid out, best result the grower can expect
"The scene of this novel Is
from the root
cleared, improved and planted, laid in northern Italy and Romein cuttings.
State of
I and thees groves, some of the Department Ag-
the sixth The
century. storyis riculture has been interested in
original trees still bearing, became -
hot-blooded and
the culture of the guava and
11,1' among the largest and blazingly colorful; filled with Miss Isabel Thursby of the home
d 1 I
most famed in the east coast
i action and intrigue, battles and economics division has written a
section, the fruit of which sieges. It has the pageantry of
book of recipes that has been
1'r : brought premium prices, and the papal court at Rome, the highly recommended. Miss Ber-
was much sought after by patrons barbaric splendor of the Lom- tha (Nil Hausman, Palm Beach I
er CHOOSE WITH CARE bards and the Bzyantlne magni- County home demonstration

AND "It was not by citrus entirely ficence of Ravens for background agent, also has a choice selec-

r that Uncle Joe expected to be- tion of recipes available for all..
CONFIDENCEFROM come wealthy but rather to "The reader meets characterssuch who wish them.

raising cattle, and this plan he as Pope Gregory the Oreat, Recent ClassificationsIt I
carried out, and produced hundreds -'the Irish monk, Columbus and is only In recent years that
of thousands of fine beef the hard-fighting, harddrinking there has been any attempt at

C. & E. Walker cattle on his range, and for Lombard nobles. The author naming guava varieties, and
several years he operated a fine has brought to life In all Its rug- there is no doubt that exhibits

JEWELERSHOMES dairy In his woodland home. gedness, brutality and rough would greatly Increase the
"In cruising over his ever Increasing majesty an exciting chapter in chances of finding the better

UJ..'' cattle range, he did I world history. varieties. The Sub-Tropical Ex-

much hunting and trapping,
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Kelm Allman and Homer Wall of Stuart called on I

fishermen trollers, cane-polers. distinguished himself in the war Mrs J. P \V"bar, Mrs. Ted Joseph Quigley S2-0 U. S business callers In Miamion parents, Mr. and Mri ]
IIIIIIUVv I hand-liners experts, profession- or Jacksonville spent last were son on Sunday.
effort During three and one Metzger Mrs Hill rendarvls. Navy
>: alb, amateurs and dubs end with his parents, Mr Sunday The P.T.A. met
Wal- week on
DeLoach, Mrs.
FISHINGIN half years In the Navy he served Emory L. E DeLoach
'OUFwe So what we usually do is sound lace Earle Mrs. L E DeLoach, and Mrs O. D. Quigley Mr and Mrs. evening; at 8 p. m M,
I out the prospect with a number first at Portland Me and thenas Mrs Douglas Shelton, Mrs Bert J. W. Conger S2-c U S.C.O., of and family spent Sunday In Fort Blanton, president p

i it I THE FAMOUS : ol folding questions attempt-i Senior Patrol Officer of the Sword, Mrs. Jack Saunderson, Daytona Beach spent last week Pierce at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt presented
flat s ling to "t>pe' him Some have I Providence, R. I, base His wife Mrs Harvey Shelton, Mrs. John end here with his mother Mrs Arnold Edenfleld program. Only a !h'w '

tl St. Lucie Region ; never aught a fish in their lives, and two children who were with D Stevenson and Mrs. J. B. Mattie Lee Conger Mrs and Mrs Edward Johnson were present.
; Mr
and! will have just as much fun him most of the time returned Shelton. The guest of honor was Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Lane of

JAINTE THr TRUE SPORTSMAN IS GUARDIAN OK NATURAL/ RESOUKCEiBlueflshlng .. hauling[ in pigfish and croakerson with him to their home In Palm Mrs. E. A Baldwin and the hostess palm City, called on Mrs. Mar- et OClO-====='oooc oooCII :
, I bottom tackle as they wouldif Beach. Mrs VeUIn Whltlock The tha Whittle on Sunday.
and bottom fishing Many large sheepshead are the' catch was trout and pompano many beautiful gifts were open- Mr and Mrs Samuel Pesln! II 12 ACRE ORANGE ANDo
''187 has been quite Rood at the I being taken at the Inlet and Some are after the fish; ed and displayed after which and children Tommie and Sara,

'IIIIIIM'',' Inlet in recent days. and there croakers are biting! strong In some arc after the thrills-and .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiSALERNO I refreshments were served consisting of Belle Glade spent Sunday at o GRAPEFRUIT GROVE
the upper St Lucie. Some of the some are after a boat ride. Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
AsEEaa the home of
have been quite a number of sheeps I of salad. Ritz crackers o
boats have been getting NEWS
amberjack. cobia and large king head triggerfish and lane cake and coffee. MathersDRAGLINES o On Hard Surface Road
u. Personally, we prefer our fishing -
mackerel landed down the reefs
with sellflshing somewhat tap- snappers on the reef Just noithof mixed in with a liberal a- By MRS. O. D. QUIGLEYimiiriiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiinmiiiii I One Mile From Post OfficeA
the inlet mount of solitude The inlet Is I I I I I t I I I l I i iA
ered off but 'still better than
anywhere else/ In Florida" M P. Payette Informs us that beginning to lose its charm to stork shower given by Mrs. for RENT Good! Income In Gift Box Packing\

quite a few ueakfUh and croakers us because of the great numberof Verlln Whltlock In honor of o FOR QUICK SALE
p are being brought Into his small boats. The only cure for Mrs E A. Baldwin was held at D
camp the Fit>hnhol. The 'weaks'are that is to get down there Just the home of Mrs J B Shelton
FOR being caught on cut bait after daybreak on Wednesday. Guests present n See

and appear pretty well distributed If someone asked us: "Where were Mrs. A I* Brown, Mrs Chet LUTHER M.\ WHITEP. I:
in all channels around the would you go fishing?" they'dbe Haman, Mrs. May Douglas, Mrs.L. THEODORE DEMON & S((

' Inlet. surpilsed We would choose M Arnold, Mrs. J A. Stock-
; REALESTATE Some optimist-we failed to some empty bend of the upper ley, Mrs. C T Mathers, Mrs. O. BOX 69 BRONSON, FLA. REALTORS

!III. get his name-went down to North or South Forks or Besseyor George Osborne, Mrs. Donovan PHONE 2149 I D] Stuart, FU. P1'',
the municipal dock In the heartof Winters Creeks-and our Smith, Mrs Shelby MtCulley,
ANT Stuart and scored a bullseje, fishing would be of the super I SClOc:::::=:io o'o: : =OC===OClOC

SIZE according to reports reaching strenuous type. It would be done
aAl I us This "center of the town' with a long cane pole, black
.UE.5.T fisherman fishing in the middleof line thread and cork, and the
catfish heaven, caught some object of It all would be to acquire -
. three dozen beautiful mangrove a mess of frying size
""VfIn S I, OR snapper on live shrimp bream.

Ih. We hear too, that a 180-pound II Having done same, we would
prld.'nln. Jewflsh was caught from the repair to the bank, cut and
bridge. Thats Just a baby beside cook a swamp cabbage, fry the
INSURANCESee some of the whoppers that bream make a pot of coffee
hang out under those pilings and sit back and fish up a fog. "Hats have
In such a condition, ours would
be a peak of contentment not
"Where can I go to catch a
even reached by the tourist p a
i fish?" From three to four visitors ?cyeA u
angler latched on to a sailfish r
a week ask that query in made
i in the Gulf Stream at the same always
this office and the best we can
HUM tell them all is that It bolls downto
"What kind of a fishermanare
After all, fishing Is the pur-
you? suit of happiness. It's not how the woman"and
There are probably more different -
Edward Mapp sorts of fishermen in this many fish you catch or how
big they are that determinesyour
I world than there are divisions
joy In fishing Its whet-
RE\L ESTATE! -INStTMNCE of any other type of sport
Post Office Arcade-Phone) 19 There are plug casters fly fishermen her you were able to get out on (
they always )
the river and forget .
surf casters, bottomNICK'S youtroubles
1 Good fishing is an 'C
eraser of everything else. //L/

CANTEEN There are of course, idyllic
times Why, I do not know, but
"TilE SPAGHETTI HOUSE"In every river and lage has its
moods There are days when the
The Krueger Building water Is ugly and grim, and
days when It Is inviting, Many
Featuring Special Italian Sandwiches To Take Home I
I II l lats neophyte anglers cannot understand -
why a certain stream
OPEN 11:30: a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
"Where the fish were biting .
5:30: p, m. to 11(30 p. m. yesterday" is uninviting and unproductive .
today. Chances are P ....'
CLOSED MONDAYS that the entire "mood" of the J .Ate" r ",
stream has changed overnight. THESE ;
>rEs The fish don't bite and It's no I little number were the 'latest fashion In 1918 when Anthony's first sTarte'd J "
pleasure to fish for them :

\ LAY THE FOUNDATIONS FOR YOUR (Operators Note: We have -/ sell'ng women's millinery. Go ahead and laugh at them now but the hats of that time t
been wondering all week what (
I kind of an excuse the Fishing did os much for a woman's "inner self" as the newest creations do now.
HOME of TOMORROW Editor would give for getting
skunked on his last couple or

fishing expeditions now we
byBUYING know the rivers and creeks have
moods)) Women's hats have always been controversial l
r BONDS a subject, for men as well as for the women

I C TODAY LT. COMDR. HOGARTH j themselves, Men are forever being accused of not even noticing women's hats, but what

uQ SEE US FOR REPAIR WEST PALM BEACH man, however unobserving, could miss seeing the top-pieces above pictured I We knoW' .

0 Lt Comdr Leeson A. Hogarth, the men had comments to make about those.
MATERIALS NOW son of Mrs A, T. Hogarth of
Stuart has been discharged from

CASA LUMBER CO. the Navy and is now associatedwith i t
the insurance firm of B.

\ J HENRY CAERE PHONE 66 D.The Cole Navy In West officer Palm Is Beach.another And what about the quaint, sugar-scoop affairs the ladies wore bock in th'e early 1900's'do '
I ,-: --- -- Stuart high school graduate who you remember? They sat on top of the head, extending far out in front, and were

skewered to the hair by vicious-looking hatpins. Then there
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS r. bw" were enormous "Merry Wid

hats-measuring four feet across, and inclined to down
t go sailing the street in a high "

u Cl 5- rind, or rolling like a cartwheel along the sidewalk Men used to complain bitterly of -_ { ''

these. stiff-brimmed creations hitting them in the eye .

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and Anthony's millinery department has been making and buying hats for the Colonel's La'd/ ,)

Judy O'Grady for a long, long time
now. We sell women the kind of hats that husbands '

notice, but never atl We ., '
groan work the
I theory expressed in '
a Victor Herbert J* ;,
operetta: "Big hats small hats flat and "
tall ll hats
very hats
I have always made the -r.
woman and they always I will, i .1


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I Anthony's\ up-to-the-minute Millinery Department sells hats /{
I ? with'such famous l labels!' os > ,
ti Knox, Milarim, Bernice Charles: Edgar Lorie '.
\ o Jl r I1DICK' Vogue, Germaine, and many others ;. :

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"I wonder ..:.:.j. '\
the distillers feel
automobile, but in the hands of a man who
about alcoholic.that" new movie built around an doesn't know how to drive it or is reckless!, '::;. t.'
it becomes a menace. Likewise, it's not the
I I OLD JUDGE: "It's funny you asked that, use but the abuse of f alcoholic beverages TMi Is No 14 of a series ,, 1"

1 Dick...1 was just reading a piece about it.CATVhatdiditsay ." that causes trouble." of ads commemorating ti', ,, "
/)/ ?" DICK: "Wonder why it Is most men can ? : j kr .: '
"'It drink moderately and others can't?" Anthony Golden: Anniversary .' :
\ OLD JUDGE:"A very sensible statement. OLD JUDGE:"Intensive research at a great .. 'i 'f;.;
It said the beverage distillers are fully aware university has shown that most excessive ,
t of this problem and are cooperating in drinkers :..f<: "
every are really sick people. They are ,
way possible to help solve it. The alcoholic suffering from some physical, social or emo- \ -
... is to the beverage distilling industry what lional upset. And great strides have been ,1it"'rif
the reckless driver is to the automobile made in developing clinical methods of helping z1;,

i o industry. There is nothing wrong with the these unfortunate people." '/ !.


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