The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 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
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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_'' = -MMBIIl: 21 THE STUART NEWS MARTIN ('O'N'rnmtJII> \, 1'IIUI"JAN(1AII) \' 21! 1916.''' '
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Suit Demanding Fair Redistricting of Martin County ,

To be Filed" in Florida's Supreme Court Next Monday

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neiSE'IER, SYSTEM I SETFORTUFSDAYBoard / 'One Vote on 5-Man Board

-= Groundwork Being Laid For To Hear Suspended TAXPAYERS: I INSIST: THAT COMMISSIONERS COMPLY

- Requesting Government Coach Answer Charges Of WITH FLORIDA CONSTITUTION RULE CALLING


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The City 01 nnart has been Mill tl? t''>niLl| tin 'olllil.I'( lumiiii'J'i I..i i "

'Ina 1 : I 1.1' j Jol'' da', n-liUitmii I Mhittilhivt tlllll ;hh' .u.I, ,: I Iil '
allotted $1975 by the Fcedia) ) \1,11:i In ('OU:1I: } stilt( ji I Ite "
Works Agency to cover the cosi bold i ,"'t t 7te'day. Jun 20. for a ; ;?, ) Jii:d l -tli-tu'tt'i<; ( ;MII\ ', in ('''ounU IJ, : "i tl," '] ]Itm

of plans for a comprehensive public li ulnu of charges which l< ni i IK .1 i \li .\', i- I I'illl',,( filed in the I 10'1111'111.1 I i I :rut: ] "I..

city-wide $244.509 sanitary sewers wore lld) by Principal J, H 'O\ll't\ nit Momliv: .Ml tin (commi""i'l1e'I"i i I', ,, .,
F fhonias against Coach Anton due l I'g'al notice : hill\ till !snit 14 In lllir brnug'hl,,
and treatment I
project sewage -- --
Edi'hl'ri\ \ ; ;;
plant C, Koenlnger and which JlIIICII i t tnitlnn "

I wire presented to board r a (et:Ollp III I stpaver ",, "
members Honors
Russell & Axon 01. DaytonaBeach Railway
last Friday at I wen bi ul' tli I
a rpeclal
, who drew up an original A. I
\ commission HM 1 1Chte-da, i ',
.. meeting called for that ,
plan last year for a locally-fln .. purpose.Only
Two Men Here I asked them t1l te-t1u'I, '
al1ced project, which was aband- .. ..l'j "1ItIIT. action taken at the, special i ( i '
meeting was a vote that the I COUnty in aC'uldIIl'( 1 \\ ,''I i
oned because of cost factors
healing be called, according to :, constitution, lit' l'\]pii.u: :, (' I
ore engineer on the new pro- .\ TUIU, of Jensen l'IGnJO tLvrit: : haspushed flU i> LUis iiiuih in I
:MlDLLI1I1C: is running very law i ten days after I Stuart people III I1 1 t 111,1) tt t I ,
or moic
f to second! this
ject, which is predicated on I.caih is !leading lodav :t plate close in thiiil( place, the t rare: In place four, the defendant has received entitled to ptpllt' I ,",'. ,It t tmentation ,
federal aid week al I I
written of the charges on the I u)t'I,'' ] I
Two measures now pending In The young ladies pidnreil above arc only four of six candidates elected by puvularotc of their tlissnutessiiunsoicil who are bring and official copy notice of tin heaiIng I they are entitled" I b1 1.1\\1 I ,

Congress, the Mundt Bill and bv campaign managers at Spoils Jiirm licturrs! of Jean' Ueailum of llobc Sound and I'Jls\( Sullivan (ii Stuart,1'1' I privilege ol \'O'.lJU i, lur UII t' J'I .

the Bdikley-Spcnce 13111 both not available lint either' one has as good chaste breaking the striiiff in the home stretch tomorrow as these four win were f bcrs who up 'scut: th' .1 I

provide for grants to cities In reported In the lead today. >'olc* are for sale fur one tent each, proceeds going In the letteinicns dub fund for piiiiiiiition The principal charged the they want tl:<> counts\ \ "

the amount of $100000000 a ot athletic projcdt U is estimated that t close to S300 will be teal iced. ,\ formal downing (ceremony ill dose the contest' tomorrow coach, who was temporarily: suspended I rlct d, rin 'lila'[ i (CPI., '

for 10 for antipollution night at the Log (abin. after he allegedly shuck .,
year years _. the principal withmisconduct took no action - --- --- ---- --- -- ----- -- --- ----
projects. Each measure' has I tion Chairman ..
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the men's strong groups support who are of waging spoils a 'WORLD LEAGUE $1,000 Sailfish Trophies On TWO\ BIG SAILS In and office gloss, willful msuboidlniii neglect" cf duty, he trictliK.had/ no Waiioi ublccttat SI1IJI:: 'i | 1'., ,I.]":, '

nation-wide campaign to clean Pievlcui. to the jfflclal 1IJ1I1 u: can, v hn,r i!1-11(1: t ] t ,'," '

up f1shln"trcams.[\ I VITAL TO PEACE Display Now at Light Office TIED FOR LEAD "charges( had the tiled county un Infci proaoouoftice ,rtm',,,,(:' J t I iiilc1] not be :11 I:ll"',( I I,

Aid of the Public Works shifting ol bound.n']i '.1"] '
u.nlnst jioenlngel: on liioin"
Agency on plans for a yacht y). no opinion 'JlIJ'r< i 'tr' (
bluait t Sillllih/ Club officials foi It behalf hugnv: nsMiult ,u:(dInUciy 1
pole is min display
t i neither, ,
basin Is also being sought by STATESVHITE\ I IN TOURNAMENT member hi J
nil i really giving\ limiting anglers Club officials met Monday Bond of $100 was "'i ,
\ r town, said 111, ,
the city, and tentative plans for I was: ,1\1\ i iin I II t
the project have been approved I "somethIng to shoot at with a I nIght and made arrangements! with ap!>('ul'.lll'e In ('OUI.t. ) i' > ut 1 .. Amhum': Sin:, !(1Il"( ,

$!.000 tiophy list for sailfish, for the major trophies and for Feb 12WOMAN'S I '
by the District Engineer a. Jacksonville Former Ohio Governor I hSpeaJu.r I,Soldier Brings Anolher 8- I t rnn'Ilof; Sound i snot 'I
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mailin, and souse 30 other game 30 metal plaques which will be
I Foot 3-inch Sail To Top :uree: to !rf-tlsq' t t.
At Stuart .. _
Rotary I awarded for lesser dubious lithe -- '--- D' '__,'J
hjxcles! ('UU-I' It meant tin >w 1.. (
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vl JsS A tlun of the collection contest. .
poi trophy -
> rHlld'IlEItSOS: : man Wall out of ,i "u li II i r,
( for the Winter Tournament Ihe&e aic oiublandlng: tl'o-I[ Florida COl1stutul1'! ',,
Cartoonist ,, wand -
Buys Former Governor GCOI'II'While Curl Guy E Oiiiclt Ji :Moiilstovn
Do McPherson: .
| nt present underway\ Is now on phles;" said President Bill King ) of Stuart
that he thotiun ,i tt, I
of Ohio, who served' his Tenn on !leave font 1 TO HELP BUILD "
display In the front show win- -'the finest we have ever offered pictured( above, is one of 420
I the S, General cats of the people] IIf f StI I
State as Congressman in WOl'ldWal' U Army Hospitilat
I 11 I liclals and the
New Home Here dow of the Florida Power & and the Club hopes that employees of .
being \ ,tkl
prettci "i u
I. attending the first LeagUE Camp Butner N C came I l'
; Light Company office oat OsccolaAve ,all visiting fishermen and captains tie, Hailwi: recently award-
of Nations convention told I down from Fort Plel'cr'hl'I'P PARKS{ SYSTEM The suit In the Smluuu" (
Col, "Zatk Mo ley, creator of will acquaint themselves' I 11 I ;old( 25 year emblems in rec'munltlot i
I Stuart notary )yesterday thatWoild he Is visiting to land an 8 loot, Is being filed by M: :\It i, "
"Smiling Jack, nationally syndicated The two major trophies me with these awards which are put ( : ol long records of ef-
newspaper cartoon aerial War II might have beentve..t I I Brume Sailfish Statuettes, Al- up by the community to encourage 3 Inch sailfish Monday. which i nc']ent seivice' I as spokesman lu: M III, ,"
: -d had this country followe'1 tins with an 8 foot 3 inch fish I pavers,
has contracted with I Mr, Luther Damron
lust "
I though\ lust one is on Woodrow Wilson! and tak- I'I I ci tcred two weeks ago by John The stilt is 1111', _, .. '
Broadway Builders for the con ', replica will be awarded for the In addition to these trophies, I To Take Part In 1 by the Florida East ctiI t.?\
en a strong position la the Leayue I P Chilstcnsen of 183 Broad\ St.. i refusal 1 lihnr ,
Recreational 01 ?I t III'
itructlon of a home and studion Planning
the Sailfish (
length contest in both mcn'Kand Club I h giving; out i oast Railway for 37 years
Ct. Lueic Boulevard In the of Nations I I Weather field, Conn Facilities commissioner tll, (rOI11I'I-' 1
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women s divil&onsi dozens; of its beautiful new but- starting in as a porter at the
Broadway Section of St Lucie lIe warned against the Ulntcd Corp Oanetl made his catch I: old! I that section '01 t the ",t,, ''I I .
II i Also on display Is a smaller tons dally to anglers who have lioiulit hous here on De-
states: ; Beit Krue:;:er aid: James' Slates! taking! an Imperialistic, 'I sailfish statuette which will be flora the fchirley Jane of Tul- flic development 01 I Sluaits ember :2$, 190! In January which provides 111.} ,i, f],',", .

'egram of the development firm attitude In rei',' rd to Pacif'cUiritorles '! I awarded to the wlnn*. of the caught, or released sailfish> hcicThe ,I eys fleet\ Capt. Leon Ouycr park system through the coning! ( 9x5, he became n telegraph to time they SHA lI. ] ,

announced today motet III this war sailfish weight dlvlil ,a. disbursement is made from Other guests on the nip wereE. years depend on Ono copcialive o.ieriitoi; and wmlicd for the so that all live di,tr't, I'

Mosley, wing commander of stating that he believed we Those fWiliiK! for mailin on the Sailfish Club office In thr K, Chrlalmas. Tt O Russell efforts of cVjijboOy III time) rond in various posilionx bei taut iipproxiin h II

he Civilian Alt Patrol In South would' set'
'loilda 'lias them under oiled NjtloniovpioUnty ,, Moiristown, all vmallonln: at secretary of tin, SltnrtTmk airs 01| Mart! ( "','lnl' ]
been living\ at Palm i Marlin etfttuctte to com- Chamber of Coinmeici I Hi his brPu Chest! at
leach, He and Major Krueger I > or uiulei\ a mandull'I .- --.- loit Pierre, gourd yetseiday ti Id the mini ?luci' March 1 10&' ',(>id ii Wl'st'j tints IMVI i nut i i b'ru, I "
:r" the M'cuiltv rommitlec of' ,"CAPT. HALSEY WRIGHT bcrs of the Stuart W"man's Club share t tin' iimntv wt. I'' ,
'crania close friend during four I 11 DISCHARGES I The womenx division is still hhiait' pioneer riving: :
TaeVomans Club decided to rats mgr! and! Hi ,>-
ear u c \tlon in the CAP' the United Nat j. STUART WINTER GUEST led by an 8 foot, 13 iueh sail with his parents Mi mil MH', .''
I._ have an active par: In planning I Court Hrtion\ u I'llUJI'i "rfut I,
A world 1 league Is mote vital / j DIES OF HEART ATTACK ; landed by Mrs Mary Janiioltu of (liulos" ',Vt,MrPfl'n; in 18(7! |
sIRS the park and rccirational activi- ; list %; pc] t i'I i 11''k" oJ1 "
O'BRIEN RESIGNS than before &.. 'all' point ilthoufdi hlJ ti a lit-
now ever he sold f. s I Kjcmocy
Five Army and six Navy veterans ties and appointed Mis Luther population livi( III i I um], d I ,,0'
VS DRAFT CLERK HERE Capt Halsey Wright, 61. Stuart i lie vague OH to, what '21unrl I .
to 1 Prevent some aggressor nation filled service discharges at Other new entries in the Daemon to represent the club in I with only on, tote' 'II" I ,
w.intei guest at the Edgewa- fortad: like then Jie had 1 I
rPamell OBilen: clerk for from precipitating an atomic the: local draft office this week tournament Include a 7 pound II formulating projects in which :an the (Dimly )ban,cJ
I ter apartments for several years Jurt: i cached the ripe old age of I i
dhln County Selective Service : war in which civilization Mis Parnell OBricn released died of a heart attack while in I'
,Tard since last April, has iedy | might be destroyed the following list: Fort Pierce last Thuisday Fun- by C R. Ford ol Port i With his wife, he resides at I Court to Issue ,111, ] ,III]i, ,r "I t "3,

L>" effective Monday, to Army, white, Robot Henry I {'I'alllE'l'vlce conducted( here Sewall fishing with Capt. Ray Mr Mennlngei told the members writ of mand I Discussing the domestic 1423 Hibiscus Road, Et Lucle
oln her husband In Baton ) scene Fiecman Harry Frazier Dyer at Johns funeral Chapel after! young on the Spiay I that the memorial tree I county eommlssti n 'i'. t to" ]'",, ,, "'JfI.
Estates Their
daughter Loiiaiii"
lougej La Sgt O'Erlen recent-' he said that capital, In his opin- and Jess Wlllatd Byrd, colored' I, which the body was sent to his I t[ E U, Dutton of Pot Sewall\\ '1 planting program launched two I I i it'!!. Is alti' iding Centenary- with fix the biMimlaii\ < "l'' 'I I,

y returned from a long tour of I ion, had 1 taken an unfair shareof : James McCliin. Jr and Eugene ,, native home, Malveine' L. I. for i has entered a 35 pound King j I I months ago to honor all local | Junior College .it Hackettstown, of the five county lomniis&ji) -

Hilary service In hc Pacific I profits beginning In 1920, Jones; Navy, white John Francis I but ial. Ii | mackerel and a 13 pound 12 ,, service men with 1tree, had N J, u'i. districts as neiiilslblc \ "

ilrs, O'Brien has been with the I but that the labor unions had raunderson. Alfred Leroy Capt Wright spent most of'' ounce n'eve lie. j I brought Stuart national distinc- ---- equal in pl'Opol'l". t ] ,
Itate Selective Service for five' I i tion He called attention to the population: and tuitlu] ]I.". '" ,
tipped the scales In 1932: and i Fetch, Richard Closson Lathan, I his life as a charter boat captain : Ernest Tynei entered a 5I I Another f',E.C, 25-year gold
fears during which time she re- ; tact that other cities have takenu and perfoim all other i ,1/1/ t ,,nI'
dyed worthy commendations |I now were' rutting themselves' in Walter L-'e Wells, Chailes Faver''' on Long Island. He is survivedby pjund( sheepshead, and Howard ) the Idea of establishing living medal winner who lives at Stu- needs required! by liw t I",, ,] II
ut Is A, S de
Iy) superiors, t the position of taking an unfair : Tlllls and Theodore Edson Preston i his wife, two dauGhters and Clack of Aubutn N Y. weighed 1 memorials not only for : Oroiu bridge tender out the commands s nil uIn'
1 un the Stu.at dv, who,, IK
Her successor, Mrs Beillne OPaynes share I three grandchildren, I In i a 3 pound 12 ounce bluefish service men, but to outstandingmen '.>1' to show cause why ,i III i (cl I I'
.. .... kept busy these da\s I uj)>!ngand
\ Is expected to arrive -- --- -- ---- ---- and women who have rendered jry writ of 1111.vi mm- .11.. 1

Jila,weekend from Tampa. distinctive community sciv- 10\\'cl'l1 tine san" for the growing not be issued icminiaiidinf ( ", '
MEMBERSHIP URGES CHAMBER TO charter boat flee I and In-
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ileased, cioss-state canal traffic -
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MRS., H. H. HIPSON The Stuart Park Board Is go- -
De Orom .

) CJTY ,PARK ,BOARD about the development of our -- __. .- i.
r 41,acre city park, as a fine "\
!It' -- I recreational !
Apffojulmcnt ot Mrs H H. I: SpirIted public participation Improved lighting Is needed altblt D S, Hudson pointed to the ant looms center for our vllitors ,I MARINE RECRUITING Fri the past we'('k, ,1'1 ,t'!-'' :

Hlpspn\ ;as fifth member of Stu- II I marked the first general meet- ., closing also:"' I I benefits of planned beautification I Paul: Combs (11 Port ScwallI I our children and oUls<'lve.," the UNIT HERE MONDAY ported by John Maun\ ,HJ i)'

art plit k.a trd to fill the vacancy Ing of the Chamber of ComI He urged: again that i general I cleaning up of grounds I 1, stressed( the value ol sport fishIng speaker saidVe cannot do JACKSONVILLE A Muitne Weather Observer, Clij)',ifxii f
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xeurrlng: when W E Olver me.ce for 1946, at the Woman development' plan be sponsored. ,' general attention! to plant- promotion I things very fast but we are makIng Stuart 'sty

moved out of the city was approved -I Club Thursday night After including either a prnda, embankment 'I inn and renovating. Paul William suggested that plans now in \\'hlch1' hope Corps located recruiting at Stuart party Post will Office: be I Temperature Rcatlhi ",

by the city commi.slon sketching accomplishments of drive or yacht basin, L M Johnson, Junior Chamber a planning committee center on the Woman's Club the Rotarians Maximum Mininnim
next Monday Jan. 28th, seeking I
last night. the Chamber In 1945, President' Arthur Dehon surged' that the president, told of progress civilian use of the airport whenIt and\ Klv anlans. the J,C.'s and : Jan 17 09 411!(!
for enlistment
Other members of the board T. T. Ojghteison: called' for suggestions Chamber get behind a planned cf Jaycee projects, whIch' have Is released by the Navy other groups will Join, for cveiy- :applicants. All 17 In theCorps. Jan 18 71 G1)]

arc R.; B, McCullough, Otto Ku- from the membershipand ,, growth effort for Martin county, I Included planting of glass In Arthur Dehon proposed' that things depends, not on the Park men through 31 Jan. 19 80 02
are now eligible for service' InI
bin, Edwin A. Mcnningrr and they came fast and furious plant hundreds of cocoanut parkway and building of a parking the Chamber be on the outlook: Board which is just fie' cooidmallng I the Marines Jan. 20 fu II:t

Phil Pence, who represents theK. Ben Fox urged that the Chamber tires and Improve park and lot Next on the list, he to encourage new linen of busl- agency but on the efforts Jan 21 Hi Silt
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promote general needs ofi recreation areas, I bald. is the placing of benchesfor ness not at present In Stuart put forth by every one of us T.XIt Jan 22 78 Orj J
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?,- --- -.- i the community adopt a long- Arthur Sims of Hobe Sound I tourists, such as a home bakery, i, The park needs a swimming pool I Jan 23 70 Jrl( \

E"U iGltlfc COMES: IlLltbot range improvement plan and stressed greater support of Stuart Commodore, Stanley Kltchlng President' Oughterson thanked and other sports facilities the I It Is mandatory for property Kilnfall: In liuhri\

J'OR!I 'IHI.I1FUI.H.TOMORROW : I have representation at every Public Library which Is receiving wanted that Stuart better getup the assembly for the suggestions band shell and other areas need I owners to make returns on personal Jan. 17 oo)

NIGHT :I I city and county board meeting county aid pointing to on Its toes or face possibility and stated that the Ideas I landscaping something must be | property, City Tax Assessor Jan, 18 13

|I I to protect the public Interest its eductional possibilities! that) the new four-lane highwaywill will\ be considered by Chamber done to provide the colored peo- I L B Euiit warned today A Jan 19 (00

1'he( whistle will blow at 7:30 I,, Something must -be done," he., Edward Mapp reiterated the i by-pass the town He said dliectors in the near futute ple with recreational facilities ; public: notice calling attention l t tI i iI Jan 20 ,0(1)

P.Im: O,tomorrow night for a said, about the dangerous In- need for rest spots for tourists, I "there are probably 100 empty I From time to time, hesald slml there are more trees' to be planted I to tax declaration: deadlines Jan 21 .00

double-header program at the tersection the Dixie and Federal | park areas where, our | there are many other thingsto both for the city and county is Jan 22 Zi:

,local gym when both lads and highway We have talked'for ran enjoy themselves A beds In town tonight, although I 'tic! meetings will be held to'' be done By all of us work- published c\ewhele\ in todays Jan 23 .38

lassies of Eau Oallle will Invade years about protecting the I town park, he stated, is ViSitOrS'' all the hotels are filled" and seek guidance for Chamber action ing together we can have a news by Evirit to fully acquaint
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11&."' territory, Fourth. Street railway crossing I pressing need at present urged: the Chamber' to \list vac-I from tIlt uiembeiship, |> grand place to enjoy taxpayers with Use emulations ,73f
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= ;SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK. IN STUART .tsldry and I I MICHIGAN I 300 MAN -

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/ the :lirV.Iltcr, KilC'lll1c'! !'l''pm1 JoMuie: motoifdMi l \ I
JR II I I'n,-.I(IIIIXI. Lt :Vithin \ spend l
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1'111; \'.mil: ..11I1I1I RL, r1.! : n 1 i; A't: \ \\ HIAT: NGAGLD: TO MARRY III:'" 4,1t MlM ,fit ':a'.\' tie station I ( in \'l'O BPIIIhis h jrll (n her yard on }1rl' (,n1'al Oablt'8 HI i ... .. I ', cincklnu! a bone of doe \\I\h\ hits
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: M.I, IId :'Ill-. Tlw1I11 !"5 "n'l': : \ a ,i M I IM SumlM ul :Miss : isle: 1 Is nl \the M1anUm Grand Rapids, MK'h

P tin' : MittlicHs ,ii Ills' Hunt. .1 I Iii 1'1x111 wrist uhOIiltal and hll I .railroad man who <,
tl1 !null a.1II'1\1111'1'i l1'nllal1'il I .1 i th\ : .- : \ AI : sp m\
Eal1 : and Mrs. 8, he Atlantic I err ,\ho i- \.Itlnj! : rrle\1d\ the Pierre Miu'
l 111.11 rl.'II1II' 1'uaiil I : )parent'.III': A'I Recent .nival att (,\ with gu'
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ti/ !10'i Mnlu nhn Nurr\: i Van clW Mn I hiwi -. Court Apartments Inclurt" I i bought a 10 acre PI'"p,

fE ,.til I 7 ,usdatl." Fllteen "I i iI .... -. Mr and MM I. Calvert, Miss : '. uirt Mi". W J. makr ThomllAon their :he Federal hlRliu' :.,
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., t"' vii i \I:",..ll1l1ll1ni'I., i J' HI'' dl' I. \\J' 1:111)\: li". Minjorle Calvert, MIlls Jean "' Monday 1p-alcan\1a.i J.cll'; \ Ark. south of Stuart, 1\ ln< ] 1

,III I1 I"" 'it ''''11 "I I ('1,110 11 ,..1 lid 'u"' !Jo111C I :J' ,I Ditlht Bradshaw of St Kiuherlnei Ontario : hone in : I.-- tu develop next sIa\

- \1), I: G I I:1I1: (i i", \', t ( II "r'I" 1ci', ? !tI\\Ynl'k. Canada Mr. and Mrs H hate
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\ !H'' ,oJ' 'l 1")11,0" | I ISAILFISHING I, I- .a\ siilm: his mother D BIllHiR of Delphon, Kansas, \I' : :McA'hiss,
J. ,..1.,1 : Wheatcroit .1. II,1 1 "tio H'II'! I
.I i.,i MI., and Mr F. C ,it IhIe! I hums. 3.r.. If&wI'llA
I .r C-- of Cleveland Mr and Mrs. T II; ( 1u 1t.
., A' i Ills i\
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1 I"' '. E :M. Hldbeei Sherwood and Mss! Edna Nttefferof .
I ... : "I 'dl, 1.] v Baikiis and Hoilcimei.N, V. Mi and Mrs II 'In W'1,1 t $;Q'ISioep$;):'-
r :' ,, ., ", incl Mrs "Lee Hilt- Julian Camp! of !Rochester, M (1" "-ls Mi ,1'.d M Ii' \\.
I ,'i idiin! and Mi. and Y., M.. and Mr, Baric Dolph Hull' I do'11 i I nl1
\,1 I I. 1 I'!II I lit I I,MIS; w J 'h G e. ..s .t't c' ': M itlum: jr.. andI mid Mi and Mrs .', Welht,: u Parker '' \\"II'hi i .t l _1)01101'
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I I''"I t I ,' ,"i \mezla and Ralph ol Cuba N, Y. \\" H Mrt'ltaek'I I '
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WHITICAR F r rj 0A R Penn. went :N. C. :\11' Hl :MiSni "- \' '' ,1111 "
, TJ.p'l : <'IlIl1g. ...I All : ; ,
c'l1eJ1! i I Tonl94t
the ', "I 1
111)ednesrti on Jen- Mr Hcltn Arnold was ci\
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<8 "I Pens .
1> I I allowed( HPveial day last \uk > \\ \Ill i 1l.:i
I 11: : !i'i!! hlt'h] was guest na nl pas-ag' i to roll\ '
M ",n,r.l. I I' I, ,I' cool fish ii'v at the her mother, Mu. L. J. Muipliol i L J: W l',1I11pIH'1'1 > .,;I1\! ::1 OhioJ Mini' coni, 'Mion Miltisir ,
F"t. ,
.. \ in i l1\ J II 111 Imn) I p I (
", (..""nilM Ales nr V'J''"Mum: evidence. 300 Homesttnd, 51.010(1; 'i ( :vet .. Onmd for Idlstr i .
,'!" '- .' .. I ,\ A \ \!. \ J I :\1, c'.,'!i I'I11),1 /-enue Mr. Venxlai Mi .ulI I u' Ilorn ': "; ; : l line!, "s of 1 laud colilt. J
E F.- i2 \\IIIIICAR Ii 10"1.1'' !J\ '. (, !1..'" J. I 1011'11,' ;a,(.::1I a ]1' ';. pound lack Mi. and Mrs. Joe Williams amicnlldien p\, ,II''I ', I 'I I IW..II' dm't'W'1"' 111 the ]Jllol'1 "

..,., ... .1 I sps, J (" i\) :111.LI'" 1,1.11.111! Jule i, Alvin, Olen B and Bet ,I ,"1 d: V VICKS VA"TI''Q'

Jlr t t te ..'.'":'...CfcX, 'r.PNONL'! I :alto,, was II1Illll'd i tin liltunth, chests\ !)onrtlnu till weekend lv Jo. 01 Clo uton, were gust' Mi 1.1 ,J JI '. I i:" ---
:!.o =i 118Rn ,. : it 'In Illii'jcp line! Wortham 'unda\' of Mr and MI'I. 0 L glayRawl[ ,'II"E. "
4 j : in the Baptist I'hll'11.Tht' !
01 i Januaiv
11Bursonla .
Mr A White
hum/ wereII' and *
AA j/ 'in:M'iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimiiiiiillliitllili,'! / i )) : table wa covered: with a / ).1Rnd MI I. Ivei -

WHY DODGE ', "' I beautiful nudalllon cloth with II Clark of West Palm Beach and Din McClure, who hab(', iwl

I | YOUR PAINTING? .. .(tnu'I'i' 1 piece ot pjincc.leiand Robert F. Wor:ham ol Tampa /:ll the, Allay In Oermanv HI'- J ACKSON'BOAT k

II : ;'J I I 11-1'1111. Mr. Worlhani plans] to move I 11'\(1; 1.lIll'8da on furlough t?

iVh for 17 Invited guests Included Rita barK to Maitln ruunt;' ns soon visi's ni parents, Mi. and Mi-
it possible you I
n is
,: E I have! it done in the right lr. _: ]I mb Vcina Gamble. Roberta -\.)(' for build- '' Wi -on McClure of Eltlond(\
r- Hc-len) Mu Al- 'H.lht" MACHINE SERVICI
;:\iimoi Hvnskl
I' t :
:::: r) at( the right price { ins .
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Ian Ki.dali Anita Til ton, EIIrbeth -
" ,. { ; :
JACK "" Johnson, trace' Pomii,
1 I' UMI: //It: A. DM: (III1 (lit ..;;r(. !f.[ .. u ,.. I I''I VlikMiltr, :Minnie Loulsi' LIST your Rooms, Apartment and Rental WFTNO" DRY STORAGE HAU!,Ih.

("lucnr Sara Rolllnn, Connie Home with us.
. :' N7 stllllln 11( sad SL', \\111111111 11. SI htal, .1,11) \\1.1(1.,, : W<"t Palm $" nisii'{>m. Mrs. Clifton Bound. AND REPAIRING

_ ;' i Miiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii/ ,' It' al h, 101IIU.I Is, /I'' Ilohc ..01111,1. 11111..11111. Hi,' .'ML,I ikrment of I :Joyce) J1I1iii"a, ElizAbeth OsteeniiMllls L. FULFORD

- i.-.wn. -.w.DIJ IlrIII' dIUChtrr 'Ii. .nth: IIJI'h.II,1 i i \\h"II. mil' Loltnt It, I iI ," I'nkoi SPill Ruth Join: :,titt i'J L1ti
... .. Malm Ill ufduiii. H> .Ilk, ,pint In Juno MACHINE WORK
I .t11h ukspmt'
-- --- ------ '(:'ou-tin(' ', Ph\ll's Constance nm\o. ; S SEILINC; y HIM INC; WnniNd
t6'. H h",11 i itiiniliMl tin Miiait"' llij.li' : ""-iliiml, iml li now 11N.11ld'uh I'Donitd DOIKJ Emma tOil Fields i "
pHorum M h4ACF.111''Chewnam ; :
I REAL ..., till 'I"vin ('ll\ (1\1'\\.ult. ('anglnly| In \lpol Palm Emit Rlcmi Molly Rlcall, 31lzn31 .

Ill III I II .. :h Robertson. :Mix L D Jones BullilingcrolT WT Jensen" 11,11 I
PI"nl' 1 I5 --:
II., 1 ""'mlis. u .I is iiiadimtcil friini" the tuiknti! :MM Mm Jones >
"' : and Tlaglei A\f-s Opp. FEC Depot
:Malm 'In I 'bl'uarII... wax :
III' II III the InlMmlU ol' (

ESTATE' 11 <1'110' ills' haiKcd fiom the ,\ii ('uijtk. In uhuh he er\ril for I :Ml!. .\\U m... CHITIISIIIILCX1 Stunt, riuicH ..... ...
for two .. !''V I "" IO\W'o1I1ft' t.
1111 'III''"-, HI M ixitl as 1& I Irst Kri'KFiiit/ overseas vear I LR7.IXMr: ;
: ali,(' Mrs William Grath'told --- ;;......-.-- --==--aT-= r-

\\OM\\:. SOCIM\! : noli III In ill \\' .nll'III..I: entoitalned Saturday ese,

e Mil 'll\(, r\un ilnu! at their homo nn St' L"iripDescent

I ,I \\" ... ,: S"d"I" ol Chi'Is- A bntiidnv Miipilie party was having a, ,nests :MI i Beautiful Riverfront Residential Site;

? "1 J the Mahodlst given in honor of MI'8. Alfred A ;mil Ml's. Otto KubIn and 1111'11' >
Investments house guest. Jmll'AII1I"' : I
1 hu1'h'" n.11\ 7ursdny afternoon ShArp. Monday evening at the

] ,nh M ,- JET .iMoi'. A plend- Majestic Apartments. Those I iiom -ChICago. ---- -. : AS LOW AS $8 PER FRONT FOOT

St.le I and Listings! Throughout ul! I'1'?.LI"i ins in charge of Mns present were Mr and Mrs D M. vn: AV) MRS) nui i K .\u

Martin' County. c AUU)age, her subject as /\iaiu' 01 Mllhille N. J., Mi..*. EXl t 1t7.2IS3 I

I ,e',i' JlI'd-htJ) of Pence," Mis fM ... Franklin tack and daughtetOloila \ ', Cup:, and MS. Jerk 'VI 111",1" HOMESITES NEAR THE R VLi.VI! ::':-I ACCESS RIGHTS

_ 1 W. B. TILTONKreuger : XI.mpl'! as In chnrne of the of Ocean City N. J.. Mi>, ol West Fourth Street < nlp-i !
i tamed with\ a llahlni.! pait S'111du -
r I \\')i'.ship service. her subject I Martha Cox and Mrs Charles on their bja, Mr :MhiMng \' etc i AS LOW AS $5 PER FRONT FOOTsuNsEi1
Building year: f' 'thing)h the Way of thetin 1 hum con of Port NorrIs, N JMIB is gucsl.\l.I inn ::111'0,111'(1.1' -

V PHONE 161 r' .. Helen Parker and g I anddaiiBhtei ( ploei 1 ant 1 !1t'1'i lilt In i ili I'

Home Phone 158-M I 'I! ,.,,'' iKtun pint) in he p:o- '. Miss Doreen M. sharp, ;, W. 11. Sm!Hi all(, Jol.l' "i'

?'11'1'1''' Mrs Evans Crary 01 Bec'dington!' Maine Mi! and Whilll'a I._ .

U- :Mi- Tivloi: Mrs J. J RichmdsM Mrs, Allied Sharp, 01 Turhnhoo ': ". ESTATES

- I : I I.. Decker. Mis Jolly This is the fifth winter Mi and f "n'i A KETTEK WAYIH4IMAAIIVE ;

Bozone. Di Abbott Moiton and Mrs Sharp have spent In FloildaMIS i
II IIc ; Mrs E. D Wells Others present ----.---. .-.- Sire le
, i WOK :Mi.. H. H Thavor Miss : III: nlll.ll\: IIOSIISSH '';IIf\G'i4! t:1, 1.I : I

I :i Cello Atwood, Mrs Kate Witham (, oi:.!s, (.IIt( II: ON ; HE ST. LUCIE RIVER NORTH FGfiv; NORTH OF AND ADJOININ

0Tl'.IRT I Mis: Walter\ Kltchlnn, Mrs H c. MI'. Herman Reddelln wi, jto'1.!
: :lIIIOI'f', Miss Allen! M Richards hostess to the OES Circle F'I'I.da THE KEITH PROPERTY. ONLY I1 2 V ,Li S FPOM CENTER OF TOWILARGE

: ,1 1 I :III',. Em W Tllton Mrs. J. M } ;a1ll'rnool1; Jan. IT the (listI
A C Courson. Mrs, J I
1915J Philp.
nit c'HUM of the new year Tin
/, 1 I I'h ''C W. Mr-Pheison Miss MabelAndd I !
lollovli officer were reelected :- LOTS
t '.nn and Miss Mary JAnus \ Averaging 100 Fee
Mis Peter Stlllmnn, 1>I'c&l- <
I a I i I i dent Mr. J. W. Ollion, score {;
SpeetatiteIn ,

i I IHiy. 1'T\I: s---.;;; :I laiv'. and A HiiiKo l Mrs.I party Reddelln will ,be tieasiiiei ,. J,I' .I FRONTAGE BY 300 OR MORE FEET DEEP !

I. .\r ll'NIIFON: .IIIIIU.1: at the Episcopal parish hou -1

ill! Itlntalsr I'I'I :Mis M 0 Llttman! en:Pitnln- l tobiuniy 1 at 8 o'clock, f ,

'rl i with a hincheon-bnclBc party: ::5 tent. There will be plenty This Site For Your Winter Home
I 'hiiisdnv honoring Mis Rnvl of home made cake: and cokes, .:__--:1it
I I l burn Dray and Mrs C. A, Bowls 1! loilec and punch at the snack I.
I fen Infi million; "f f Atlanta who are the house bai, also pilzex III01'I!. FollowIng Don', ,.f,, w"h h,.,,' ,

R<' il Estate: Insurance' i _utsts of Mrs !E J Smith jr.. \ the business meeting,, delirious "'"",..." ",II "d, Yo," II ,,,,,' Ih .'" DEEP WATER FOR YOUR BOAT.
al1d Mis Lee F, Tarpll of St ;i l l'efl'eshmcnK1'1'1' served ,Ih, 111.1 m I IL., I.., a-,
M'iile( or SeeJOHN f ,, .. GOOD
'itlc Estates, by the hostess assisted bvMi f. 10 '0'' ''' ''f. '" SAILING AND FINE FISHING
i 0111"J1'rnt) Were Mrs, LeeF : I d li .I .f I II 'IhNICK'S ,
Violet Armoi Others I
E. TAYLOR I i I present
Teirell Mrs. Paul Hoenshel Included Mrs Ralph Ulnn i I' OF YOUR DOOR.
Osicola I.lilg I'hone 10U Mrs Ri\bum Oiav Mrs C A.
Mis Olive Cizek, :Mrs Cal i l1
+' STl'.MIT 'Simi, :Mrs Eailc I
!:! Rlc-ou Mrs Rowley Mis S. J Mush Mi '

I I' i\'no :McPherson, Mrs Lloyd C William; Olvei, Mrs R H K:ui|pi"
T '\ I Mrs: Edwin A, Mennln- i ia I Mis F F MauiPl. M s 0 BCadwill Also ACREAGE

;:: i1I1I1i! 11111!IIIIII! II!IIIIII 11I11I111'111' i I ,, ;1 r Mrs j R. Pomerov, Mrs D Mix, P L Sttelmi< ,.1"I IJB I
s 11m1' I un. Mis L Ashbv Aibi-
: : ; I I Mis Clam Mu DOIl'II! i und
: i and Mis Stanley; KltrhlngTI ,
II I ::4101i:41 jr'f I :-.1 ::+ Vji> J W1/ '\" ADJOINING THIS PROPERTY
: huh score pilzo \\'a.s1011\\ ( by SMALL FARM OR CHICKEN
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ONE OF THE FEW I''I i b', Mis: McPll('r'snn. Quest I I RANCH PURPOSES.

-THINGS .MONtV CAN'T" I'oil"1" i )p pspntprt to the CANTEEN"THE

BUY IS A GOOD !I, h'' i purer) AS LOW

: sr. C' : ( iiM'iiitiii 1I ,
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C-ithrilnes Chapter of the i

',plscojnl Chinch will hold a Featuring Special Italian Sandwiches To Take Home Cash
\ cries (II) OamcK Parties every TermsSEE
'11 1Y ,5 M weeks on Tuesday Prices OPEN 11:30 a, m. to 1130 p. m or

\ I 'nil be given and refreshments 5:30 p, m to 11:30: p. m
piMd Proceeds me to be usedor
; t ( bin;ilirvlm. the chinch
I or
/h\' ,minds\ SOTER
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f?cd r.,, ", ,. .orlh n tut to lh.. See Highest Cash For Your Car

111,1 in n.eJ of yelle la h, ,leel.u OR SEE

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can pay you the O. P. A limit for your car which
'" ''h "D' Ihl ""' WORTHAM Sign! at North
City Limits
if a* much as you can get anywhere and Near MfyPla
General Contracting STAY WITHIN THE LAW You to the Property.BROKERSPROTECTED.

\' and RepairsP. SUNRISE MOTOR CO.

O. Box 832
311.25 South Dixie

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';' MRS TR\CY M\RTY\, Society Editor

-SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings. of the WEEK IN STUART News Items sifter for. ibis TELEPHONE paper must 300,reach, the assort .1

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1R. AND MRS CADUELL1VE f.T,A. MET .*T JENSEN MRS FRANK w.C'n.JIt.. 1 m''n I s'r's SIPPI HROMNHS! : r.sulnus: Mi unit :Mis Nell! BN'vp' oj>1 Comdr. Dr. und Mis. Edward Dl and :\11' I I' H KJlII1< : .

CARD P\HTV KUCII S'IIOOL noise BRINE Ot- LAST WEEK U \\ .\\' CUB UII1I ROIIM( 1 Atl'WIiI, Avenue entertained: Joe D Andrews have 111" ivecl from have arrived 11"111\ \\ I (c'he-

I I 'I)UK' Woman Club building The Brownies met Friday afternoon Zkl o: Miami. Monday and 7ties- Fayetteville)) N. C, to spend: UK ('I. Penn to s p1| "n1I Mr and Mrs. Orrin B. Cad- the regular January meetingof
I was nil agog! with Tourist Tues- with thou leader Mrs i day\ I winter, and are stopping her at theli! opiruneII)( i ,,i II'' lint

sell entertained with a card the County Council PTA dIn( cutting/ Suppei was served M. J. Moirlson, ol California .. flllart'lIla.. T'I'RnCI"

arty Saturday night at their met Monday the 21 at the Jensen I ..1Ii\ duck Tables! were abund- Avenue and gave an amateur -- s -- I .
I I Mi and Mrs Richard MGmalley
tome in Palm City. Guests In- Beach school house with the : 1r .tilt I with food In spite of the program Sandra Davey won have as their house I MI. and Mrs. Jack M"" ..:11 uf Mi and Mi". oil l 11' H Fml,

luded Mr and Mrs. William I Jensen Beach P.T.A as the hostesses I MPH "n'kt'I"s strIke. first prize with a tap dance and gues:s. at their home on St Jacksonville spent several days (lof Bog Meadow, i F..1111'' "si' ,III", ..

slyer and house guests Mr and In the absence 01 the Jhi) New Jersey Group. thirtyStrang Joyce Crl"WIlel'ond/ prize for a I Lucie Crescent her sister Mrs I; here last week at the Pelican i Conn. have ItrIllyd<. i .(IJf! "p.>,"'(1

I president and vice-president presented the program Jitterbug dance. Patty Berryannounced Charier Welch of Lebanon N. Hotel on businessMajor their villa Vm I lu. I I II> l I" 1 Stall .
Irs Mr.
Sourgal of Chicago. Mrs. F. R. Horton of Stuart presided Mr' Kistei was chairman Mrs. ,, I the program over I H. and her father J. Prank i 9 .

nd Mr;. Andrew Kappes and Following the opening exercises ti I Manoi Fisk led the club sing-! | JOY Patricia Cousins a vocal Walker of Carver Mass. who I and Mrs Norman Anderson s

Villiam H. VUillldey the meeting was tinned 4, & 'uii| Kenneth Stlmmel sang a solo Dorothy Hancock acrobatic''' ate, spending the winter In West of Chicago were guests Mit Alb::n U .Ii'l'... p" 1"

ores to Mrs. Buck chairman of (;roll|) ""J Mings. with Miss Edna dance. Nancy Morrison piano li i Palm Beach Friday of her aunt and cousin of Great Neck I I 1 ,U'>'.1.,

<"Olllalll '. SA-LE the entertainment committee pi< -S 'vfrs M a Filcher and Mrs. David ( "" t." / H ctI

; FOR 1\1 rs. Buck introduced :he numbers c' B. Wlngei gave two | Forty Thelves; Muncie Boyd MI. and Mrs. Ray Trend of A. Bchaefer .I Jupiter Island! J' 01 1 '', \ ,\ 'no'

on the Accoidlan mmuriiii< leadings entitled lead a Christmas poem; Mildred'' Y I Pelican! Hotel
. Morgantown W Va.. are spending ,
\,Croup; of 9 inside and one solos by Mrs Pearl Sihlueter J J' Hindu( .put! The Wheezy Enm Clements piano solo; Vain'la the winter In the R. B. Mc- Hugh D Stuart who recently I .

...: riverfront lot near new vocal solos by Mrs. Mary Baith s 'Inis was followed by a Reins recited a poem: Nancy: I Cullough of Seminole Avenue receded his discharge in Miami Mi and Mi'. .t'I: 'm" II .1.1.'

"/lyacht bann. Sold in groupJ mandolin and guitar duets by spl mUd .ulk b> L. C. Clements King a Russian dance and Jean apartment Horn the Navy will make of Riverside DI: ,\I ',I l I'lt' l

: only I Mr. Beimastei and Miss Jessie on Honda and the Tourists." | Palmer and Louann Strungsj Mr and Mrs. V. V Wortham nU home In Stuart with his Estates! have a. l'I'll"' ,,' I"",

Maine All thoroughly enjoyedthe ,, By action of the club the next I weie the audience. The rest of I sister Mrs. M J. Oieenr and be uncle and am \ !>' .,,.d Mh T
oOoFurnished jr.. of ?00 California Avenue are I
program. M i's. Horton then meeting Is to be a picnic at the a fternoon was spent playing entertaining Mrs. Wortham connected with the Orecne Smith and' l h ..',' Ora'1

Homes I continued with the regular meet The foimcrnita Tlllon 12:30: noon--Feb. 8th in the Log Clack Made' I and Dry" Ooods Co man B. Mori!, in i. ,111.1 i, 1.1 ]II,
cousin John Venezia Ralph .
liiK! Hobe Sound, Salerno Stuart only daughter! of Mr alt :Mm, Cabin Later. announcementwill Detsy Barr took pictures of Miles of Heading, Penn. I' ---- -

$5,500, $6,500, $7,000 and and Jensen Beach P.T.A. Warner II Tilton, Sr. of JenMiii be made by the president I the uroup, I --
up, presidents gave a summary of Beach, became the bride Pod Thompson of Miami was

1100FOR work accomplished since last of rank Ua<'ha, Jr.. last (' .- : ) DISH- U'I'Elt!; I Ex-Corp David H Wilson of I 4 guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs roles', lf'C' HOUSE" 'JOINS STORE OR WORK BUILDING' OF ALI.REeatRR KI'.1;, f Aid I nlI I I PRVRJLF'TO BF

(1 July. Mrs George Osbom of \\rek The wrdc'lnr look plate Klnston N. C.. is the guest of Arthui Wlncirohr : TAKe ON MORE WORK rHis'coMiNc" wLl.I. i p l ,.a, I I

RENT II Salerno gave a brief history of at the I First RiptKl church \1 ('IIt'ItC'l1The I Mi and Mrs J, L. Taylor of St I ROY ARMSTRONG Gen Del Stuart, Florida
regular monthly co'C'reddish
?, oundeis Day. Mrs. Horton, Monday: night.--- Lutte Boulevard Di" and Mr& John Hill and
supper! that Is usually held
excellent waterfront two I Mis W. A. Palmer and Mis John --- -C- son. Johnf\ ? of Atlanta have ,
the I last Friday In the month : I
., bedroom apartment, ac- ODay' were appointed! nominating MRS Al Kit.\( liT IMIII\INS: < Mrs, Walter R Middleton has arrived for': the winter season
\111 be held this month on Tiles-
comoJates five people, By committee Salerno was run arrived from, Atlanta On. to nnd until they locate a house i:
day niKht, January 20th, at
I season or year. I presented with a Blue Ribbon Mrs Conrad Albiacht was visit her, sister-in-law Mrs tr rent they are guests of Mi.
Seven o'rloek. at the Methodist
CPillflcatc There was an attendance hostess to her ciao ai luncheon Theodme! Dehon and Mi Dehon and Mrs. J. C. Backus Mrs
Church\ Di H W DlackbuinDKtilct .
OTTO KUBIN 01 27 with Jensen lollowed by bridge! Friday nt her Superintendent. will be 01 East 1 Fourth Street Hall '10 a ).slei of Mis, Robert I

Beach P.'I.A. cariylng off the home. Coimngo\ Villa Palm City WorthamMi .

, Registered Heal! Estate I: : Itiokrr honors. An adjournment to the Dilve Dues: included Miss Ida the speaker me Invited Members to come and111t'nds and Allan O Leach has arrived OTTIS R. PARKER, jr.

Next Door In Stuart: News lunch room followed where delicious Albniht and her houseguest. bl'lnla/ covered dish and your Irons Oakvlllc. Ontario Canada, and 121'11I. Ralph tliitmanir ,

r reficshinents were serv Miss Kathryn Hamilton Mrs.L. ., and little twins ICrr' and
; to vIM his brother and sisterholaw.
__ ___. __. _____ own table seivlce
id.! The County Council PTA Ashby Arbo. ast. Mrs. Arthur : Mi. and Mrs. Willnford Kim: moved yetserday from

,jfwilLYOUKACHOO wish to thank Die musicians, ail Chippelka Mrs T. J. F. Kennedy .lll!! SMUTSHMD Ransom Leach of Sew all's Point. the Matthews Apartments to the KAULEKSON BUILDING

of whom me staying at Ocean Mrs. Stanley Hitching and .- Roebuck annex Apartments on
J !P.M.I: I..\lt blll1'IN(1The : :
MARRY trACHOOOJ"liOO Breeze Camp tiiid 1 the hostessess Mrs. E. A, MennlnRcr. Prizes for Mi and Mrs. Lester A. Piessfl Ft Lucie Crescent
Girl Scouts met Friday
for one of Its nest meetings high scores "'E'IE'on by Mrs. afternoon at the Woman's Club of Oiossa Point Mich.. have -- PORT PIERCE, FLORIDATEi.EI'IIONC
Mcnnlngei and (he hostess. Mr and Mrs II M. Klcifleld
OVER TOi with their )cotters Mis Jolly arrived, to spend the late winter
of the France Apartments, are
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SUNRISE INN Bozone and Mis Herman Rclti at their home on IVl"rsldeDl'lvt' 1Hov
< ITLEPIIOM: : COM1MM' entertaining guests Mr. and
i h, STUART 1 .IESTS It was decided to have a fruit St. Lucie Estates
Mis A A. Stralne of Kansas
DRUG CORP. Recent arrivals nt the Sunrise and cookies sale Saturday morning -
The Telephone City Mo., and took them for a
Company gave I
Inn include Mr. and Mrs. Ernestf In the P. O Aicnde The Mi and Mrs. Horace Atwood'
I a picnic and fish fry Sunday at trip to Key West and Miami last
m AND CtT SOMETHING Polllon of Bethel Conn. and Kills (hive collected 30 pounds of who have had as their guest
the home of Mi and Mix Gene week. I
m THAT Howard Polllon of New York canned goods for the VIctor)' their son, George Atwood of I
Kieider on the South Folk of
('lt> to spend a month,. collection of the community Moigantown W. Va., are now
START YOUR STORY the St. Lucie river In complimentto
I Dr gad Mis William A. Steel! canning program to be sent fort entertaining their son Col! Norman ( -
and their families
AG AINP ol Philadelphia for an extended employees I overseas relief sponsored by the 8. Atwood his wife end
I The gioupent\ for a moonlight '
\ acatloi: Mrs. Benjamin McLean UNRRA. They also donated $1 son Norman P. from PitUbuigh
ride on the eiders boat the
I (,1 i New iik. N J.. Mr. and Mrs. toward the Juliette Low World' Col. Atwood was overseas foi

I CR. Cine. Richard Crane andRobert Ejistralner Present were Mr. friendship Fund to help the three yea,isMi '
and Mis R. L. Fowles district
I Crane of Chicago who Girl Scouts in Europe! Scouts -
traffic of West Palm I
are 1 here for several weeks and manager present: Judy Aibogast Jean s. Rowe Bcnecl of New' York
I Beach, Mr. Ferris assistant district
Mi und Mrs Otto Mot-er ol : Arnold Zola Mac Blakeslee who has ben visiting her bioili- Wen Has
traffic: Mi andMm.
Perth Amboy manager Olive Burgess. Gwendolen Brown, cr-ln-law and sister Mi.. end
Wasner all ofes Palm
I Jean Clements Patricia and Mrs. John O'Day of St. lucie
Beach and their guest Mike
Gloria Hancock Carol Mann, Locks. hat' returned to her home.
Riley of Kansas City. Other
: Betty and Jane Morrison, Evelyn .
HOSTS AT rutl\ guests included Mr. and Mrs. -
l Reltz Anne Lench Patricia MIFS Marge Tomlinson olUiidgeport General Electric Met
Mr and Mrs Hurls Lowrey Dalton Anderson Mis Lain
Turner and Helen McCullough. Conn,. has arrived
Cold 35c hosts at
jixat've Capsules I were a party Wednes- Mispel, Miss Hilda DcLoach .
: : -- -- ---- make visit with her
jherrotote, for cough 69c day night at their home on West Miss Wlnlhed Pedersen, Mrs E: I to a long
ulsion of Cod Liver Oil fourth Street Guests included J. Arnold and Mrs. Thelma Ojci' tilt. \NI: MltS! ROUPLIDINNPR ;,grandparents: 1>rr. and Mrs C.

I 98c Lt Comdr. and Mrs. Richard I HOES D Blakeslee of Colorado Avenue
1 2.... M These ?
.mi > and Mis H Row ell -
I Muellei Mi and Mrs. Neal Bls- MRS GRINFR: lionESS Objectives'
) r sop Mr. and Mis John Dumich \f SI10ULK etnei talned at dinner Thursday Mr and Mr*. Ted Chambers

Sgt and Mrs. Harris Loeryir Mrs. A. L Oiiner was hostess night honoring Mr. and Mrs :' and little daughter. Ann have
Edward Hubbaid whose recent moved Iroiu Jupiter Island and
[ STUART Mi and Mrs. Olenn DeBerry Thursday afternoon at the home
r Mis Charles Roberts \\E'ddJng'al a social event and :ate 1 livingJ'th'! the Phil Fences
of Mrs. J. A. Ausbiun of West
\ DRUG CORP. William Mitchell. Prizes were Third Street honoring Mrs. Hay Mi and Mis Jack FeldeimannT ,i until their home on Illinois and

>HONEIITUAIT.KA. won by Mrs. Loweiy Jr. and Mr. I Tiiay with a stock shower The i Osceola: Avenues Is completed -.
Lloyd Lewis left Monday' -
.aua .roar Bishop. living and dining rooms were LOWER FAIR
morning for the home office of i Guests arriving at the St. I
decorated with acoloi scheme of
Johnson & Johnson In New Lucie Hotel during the past

blue and pink. Refreshments Brunswick N. J.. stopping en :i week Include Mr. and Mis D. WAGES PRICES PROFITS
t were served following the -
openIng cute at Jacksonville and Charlotte i I I,. Ross of Dayton 0.. Rev and t
of gifts and playing several
N. C. Mrs E. Braune of Newark N. J.
Notice to Taxpayers games. Quest included Mrs. I I Mi and Mrs H Bowman of Hollywood nr.howGl'nl'r\IEledrlc'( G.F. has An obligation to a G. F. during the war: earned
Cobb Maxwell Mrs A. I,. Gliner ', increased production and (ef second group of peopl"-th 4.7on each elon.tI' ot 'salts,
Mr and Mis T. J. F1 Kennedy Md.. Mr and Mrs. R. S.
Mrs. Bernard Hodapp Mis O 6ciency have affected G.B publil' The public wants imof this 4.1. was paid l tn its
spent the weekend visiting his 1 Mulioy of Buffalo N. Y.. :Mr
C. Crews. Mrs. J. L. Campbell workers, Average hourly/ pro'cd prDducts ntCnlrprl8. more than 200.000 stnsk-
cousins. Mi. and Mrs. Guy Ken- and Mis E. A. Bnolulo: of Milton -
Mrs. A. C. Rowell. Mis 0 L earnings(or"'('II.lIot Incllld"Moro goods for more oooholders and the remaining be-
edy in Clearwater and In Mass and Oscar Thompson
!-S Meyers, Mrs. Everett Smith Mrs. tog overtime pay, base gone plo ftt Iesscost"-Glt.'s'goal tenths oC a sent nn each dole
w Tampa where Mr. Kennedy attended and party of Atlanta who have"turned
assignIsr retained in the bu.i-
Edgar Hare Mrs. Charles Zain- up a. follows: -Ia not 1\ pllrt-tbn was
the State Democratic I' to fish on Mr. Thoinpji -
its Mrs. Andy Ausbuin Mrs O meat It Is. a job formannjte- nOM tn assist In carrying on

L. White Mis A. Ausbui Convention. 'ji\ yacht, Marcia IT I 1936 .................... ............,.,1.73 mentsedworker alike ifG.E. and expanding itsoperaions.is .
to keep growing keep ral.-. All money eArned over t his
1937 .....,......,.,..............,...-.- ,81 Ingwlll. kN'pmakillmoro 4.7 WM turned buck 10 the
SO IS NOW RECEIVING jobs for more worke". U.8.Government.ti:." (OIIl.

1938 ..................................... ,. ,87 A COw figures chow typical saving methods had made
price elecr.allea; war goods for leeamoneythin
Applications for homestead exemption
1939 ..................................... .86 the Government exp..ct..cI. Applications for widows and disability ex These! dividends have bt'f'n

FOR SALE 1940.....................................-. r- .85 Refrigerator: declared persharoofeommon
emption.Returns 1935 $19 9.00 stock since 1936

of tangible personal property. 1941.................................-... .89 1941 129.95

Returns of intangible personal property. 1942 ..............................,... .98 Lamp 1936 ................................. $1.50

1935 ., ., .15 1937 ........................... .. 2.20
Filing of applications for Homestead Exemptionin RIVERFRONT HOME IN STUART ,
.. .. .. .05
1943 ................ .... ... ..... 1 ,10

hit office will also constitute application for vwsr.xl 1938 ......................... .. oil 90
exemption from Municipal Tax and his office 1944 .. ........ ................... 1 1,09 I
will'attend to the submission of all application 1939.. ...................... '" '. 1 140I
to the Municipal Assessor. PRESENT RENTAL INCOME 1945 (Sept) ... ...........". t09 1935 .. 76.32 I

1941 ............ .. .... 69.30 1940. ............................... 1.84
Separate application for Widow' and Disability '

Exemptions must be filed with his office and also, OeertimepgvgaceC-Eu'ork/ Motor 1941 ................................ ... 1 175

with your City Assessor. $185.00 PER MONTHTHIS era has moreon made job.:lopof for) nearlythn this. (Old; .; 1935 ....,. .., ,. 12,80 1942................................... 1.40

worked 1941...... .. .. .... .. 8.50
Tangible Personal Property Returns must be time as many,61.781 1943 ............................ 1.40In
filed both at the city hall with the city tax; assessor forLE.ninayrnrsago. Radio

and at the court house with the county tax assessor, PROPERTY HAS 250 FOOT FRONTAGE ON ST. LUCIE 1945 an Bvrrllilo oC 145," 1944. .. .......................... 1.40
had ot OE and at 1935.....,...,.,..,....,.. 47.50 .I
in order to avoid penalty as provided by law. Intangible
( RIVER BY FEET IN much higher pay 1941..,,...".............. 27.95 1945................................... .. 1.60 r
Personal Property returns must be filed 1000 DEPTH, INCLUDES MAIN HOUSE AND

only with the County Tax Assessor. .

We urge your cooperation by attending to yours GENERAL ELECTRIC'S' OBJECTIVE! boon to keep prices! moving!

Tax matter before the deadline Remember, April TWO RENTAL COTTAGES downward, keep wages going up, and to earn a fair profit. Thin calls for

1st is the last day on which to file, so please file volume production, more efficient work and methods> With the help of

early and avoid the delay which is always experienced every single employee; General Electric believes it cnn show our (country

during the last weeki. as it did in wartime, an example of American enterprise at lU>> oollt.: !


Pay Now and Avoid Penalties.L. .


City Tax Assessor OSCEOLA BLDG PHONE 104.J


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nit: STtHTNES t)11t'1Ilot':' t\ I I,OKIIM. Fill u' )11 .1\1 1
. tGl' 1 (hit II --' '- IltrIJ 161h d"1

Ne; :2: P'I"1''I \ :. .t 'iai "' J'I\'l: :;1; n1t' ltl ; 1: ) / (!- 1
:'IOImtJOl'Y I :Ill' : ti > : 1948. t
' N'cht.iI COUNTY FATHERS Prrceiltege( of Total C\matt md \\1111111"'
; i1 lc! .tu Suit Demanding ii )illation 5021! ''pi.' ." neBleetcd(\ I tif

Counlc.'mml IIIlc"da I" the 1.11'
i untiniircl From Pair one)
I DISCUSS NEEDS .''U No. 3 Popu.at.ui: it' '.... .',\el'"t DI h.raii'ehcenlage t sbpylyd
t ( .,.
I' : o...in, t I''. ul 01 Total 'I I ... I 1111. a+ nearlyPopulution )
,.,. ', F.o. Ida. to IFiIII
'I t "unl"i 12.211' ''P" ,; ) .. proportion and uul; (10'
'Ij\j: :
I ... .. v, i i !J.dl'i: ,'\\ v. Inc. Of NEW\ PLATS ll 1'i piouulntf the matter to Contlllls.h'II'I' I' j ,. ild County that .. 0' J 6a ,
.DI'- ,
""I i ;
: tin i'oUl't. the petition says lurthei Count ), J.d. t tilct t. : fn orsbu.
: .., J
t J''I'' .l.011 38" unreasonable
;:.. r-S- I IAiticle No. Populitlon :1 lu; I i I. 1 I. i VI:
.... .., "l1nd.,1.t" 111:.,:
J. dc-
luia'' County : inexcusable
, ,, .. VIII, Sect loa 5 of he I PeMcnUB! ul n' .ii''\' : \ :
-"" -- -- ..1 i : ,:" pus .ft.I'( (' [it 'I 1 ,1.1 ?Its:' titheis lealizithi I j Population 03& plul'' the l'aI.11I1: out of lncmitiMs.n :1L5tX
I : *4 .";,'' I ": '11... 1111Iht'\' : Ait> Cunxtltutlon of the State of Conitlti-\ ;
',' 'i.i eI1l(1lIon: 01 manyJ.lllh Commisilonerh D'tilct ,. of the
1' 187B, Florida which has been In effect County ?
1 M I.I" li I '
till, I l11a ips) now un life In State of riorlda toPercentae
I 1-I) ul :he
since the 7th day of November, i Mo Population: "1'
I 'J. A nUT PRESS .J,1 1 \l-:AKv/::: Il iF1) : ll\HL 'Ic' n"Intl" co ii : house and tell 194' piovldci as follows: I |! of Ton: <',, tt: ., an, aextenenthattlire Itox6i X
1 i..III"'I\' .11 reed to Include' an a" i
""It and I'I' I ,: :. ; 1 ,,' ,. .: .t it-ID ;in; nextear( budget for "There shall be one County |Population : pi"Ine '' i J'1_..-.1'10.2" eeholder and a duly

A FREE PEOPLE "., '. 'I" : :" ':. ,, '." I ,, rtnoMtiun or replacement. five CommlMloner County In Comml each.soner of the's pr .. e"IiIl.I.:' .'.;. 1.' elcctoi ol Martin
n l1 I : 1 '' C A nnll1qer reminded I (the live \ Cmim -;""n : (. : ". t' ) irldn. a* well as lice
tl I:' 1 \: : I h >:' ''rv I 'I' / : : distilits In each county which I.dhtritti I. Conn r' e 'va
*1 : : ,' :, !>,n:'r members that some plats District of :.I11t.n: : I." ,0/i .tJ.rJ'S. similarly HUll-
.. ,,,", ... ,h. shall be numbered tithe (CI:1> l 1.. and
.. Ii the tax acieuom. office are 'not nearly m h po :." r. i htc, 1,.mi it'll' arc
, __.it" :. .._. I h" ? one t: five Incluxivr and shall '"''a11,' 1 red 1 '
& 'In s In existence an proportion II1)i i \to 1. leopardlzed
the/ onh pi ',s ( 1111'11
'-' -- --- -" --- I I1. be as nearly: as pc >sible. eq.:al j tit 1. d. t tComtl I'I' 111,1''
; ',- orininaU were lost when the it they ale now cod: .' I" .' d/ : UK to Is yet a
I \1. tluu'. '": In proportion to 1>OI>ula1011.. lltlon is ol th'' S',1' ', ntlntilttIlol'Ida
iif.ct of W, H Roat the late [: : t ,: 'Iall i l isms eIl
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'uuim surveyor. wan dentroudin the Board of County Commissioner I Is tlola'i I ti: 1:111": "' ..I' :. ,' I 1 i ( ,, .. i 11,11111)' 1'1'0\i Coiinttnt '

I J'I't 'i 1. t.M1.IlHflI'II'rn __-:::.'::: fire Others were itoim In the pcctlve I Artltle VIII SI'1IuII< : u; i iCoi l. I' ( ..I 1 .n), r' DI ,'1\\1\ Men.
.. .. .. coiinlliH shall fiom time sill ill n ol I1" fei! t tHorldi II ""I ,
I'' 'h. hI tmnpcd during the yearn since : > to (', ,/ 1 1.1,111:1, : 1w/ivi i
... tin boundaries of such : i
.. time fix
I'' ,', ,, ','_'h, '. ,,,, .' .. 01 .." II' ... 'u*: re,.inty wan Brat created Com It Is tl.i dots ill i I'1', : .,(Id 1 I: 1 h
Said County
A1t6K11TE11PRL40---- -- "In Initanecs In which only dlstrlc: jpuidcnu tc f,x tin' 'b'W"'I': ,... : ,,1, III i r''n! '' \ 'ir br
'ha'' I b" elected bj
: 81 toil( nor! :
('unrlhi i iDMilctsof 'I.
he County i : ; well
: .
I jtu ropy| IN l In cxlftcnrc that ) u : ,'j," 11.' i j' 1.1.t 1 it
tin qutt11t,1d| : ].: 11 dors of Ma.i
\ i II:. ('.in nut be taken out oSIK and ii n : .It, (ifotlKi' : esldcnl-,.
tin lime place ,
count ; >( <'III'i l i'i t,'! Il
;Ides,1\ !
'' fieeholdcis
ssciiKor of flee Meniiliir I.. 1l.: II' i xpayern;; .
f of voting, for other county of-
; I ISjld
u "
CHAIR < pupta "
YE EDITOR'S EASY In proportion
; explained. and I have con fleets and hull hold office : : clt :t' ri liiied. electors imi-
Mil *, etkn ;t I'''
("r tr-d a New cork item which fo fOIl'rlI'.;. piovlded. that Artlcl- > : ",'it1'd t, ttUh reference :o
t : y ,, : (" i i ,' n'n m I I ;-'''u I t \.i I "i Iwlli '.i ,llnu I to fiend a map photokinpher the County Commi,(slonen the ConstlUitio 01 I the I Start I ': i ti'Oil', of this l law In

-; .,.j'; ,: .1\, i i 1"1" au ild 'm ]lil"'itr' i i 'the I)11'I i iT <'- to the office to make elected from the even numbered Ililda. has :been II'' elilri l r Hi \they may propoi i'!': 1 1Q

I 1, '1d: I i: tl"j I" ', 1 "i'; i iI"lIklilil-) a i lIJaITjtI: ;, .I n, V., lu th lilt I i. cf n new and Improved pro- dlstrii In 1941 shall nine, hail (ii'( yuu' nun' not-I :.... 0' url di what he lijl'll'i t
I "-t", .. |I'' i : \i/(1 I to l !mini l IM/ ..tI"I.dll i )..
il II', 1'1 i ,II'I ; ...l'i i nil' ht Ullil I 1\I, (.liI ,M.." amid(I I lulu. rli ili' ,n tided! elected In 1944 f flOm the odd\ suld IP,!juiident' a (doresnid 'It: ,;., i '!'dents and qualified

;: '.Ii .1,1, I -hull i, g"t t do\\n tit. al'tl.ldlull!' 1 \. hitrii 1 I''n:: imntcd that the 260niriti mmibcicd dlstiltu! shnll serve and" noi( .hohi0ul.I: II., iii'r,.t'I + bv) le son ul all of / .
II ,ill, ,, ,. \\ in? ujrli in -tie I't.n.a 'mil( Itll -I11t'aF: n / i 1 1 stud i ... lori ,
III, : I il i- i pints would cost about for lour yell and thereaf- \1)11 II'I: ( :; I It i':d auu( : uit'\ .1'1. 'I: it. (inie IHI" in ,
Ilk 1'iitl dtiith1i
I. .1:0 whlml'ddllJlI' .
?Ihi; '" ; rtile :It ;a'o/i to 1'1',0:1: i tt the
\ ,
'3 liDO If all are to be duplicated 11': the terms shall be for .
I II ; I .l:
[ time II t tI !:I i:'.1 "r
..111.1 &I. t liumi tin land-t' of I 1 tin'. t to "" .
.1' i 1 > "II (IM|
: but that copied from the ncga- for year,',: Pri\ld"1. that : Ihi .. .. i i' 'I :n.tlca:1a: : ; I' 111 orderit
: : 1711h: c ,'i'I i a' tin nuinuin/ n 1'hylli- A'III Paulilaiima I I stilee I en lr' 1. :' ;
1'1\' could be made for a .mall Aitltln VIII of : : ,
Section 11 of
,. c ., ,, c. I1 l 'hinHT
logs'' :r'
. \; it \ Dvhiih) t tiink )plan at the 1 E\I'I'- i
'HIM so thai property ownel'8I'call this Const!:iitloii hall not be
a ;.lit.: .I. ( ', 'u: film liiiiih l III : Friday night. hell lull- rf'.! 3sraw !S>r 3aswir
dealers could obtain a
'hid i affected heieb\
:1 ,, til.: : ; "I' h'l'i |II'i ', idled and tin guest, ',". lit 'IMhund!| ) .
c :ilea| "On the 7th day of November 1
-i 1' I 'I', I I iddl d jfithu iinil -.hil'I'.d u- they -too I tied A afford. county enInrci and until tin ic 'put time (I
M Iii. ', made a counter ptoponl- there has been I/1cl/ (! there! n;,\'. l it
: IH i "' ;1 Ii iidilali latiiinmoin' ) / :-ioft| t tiuind; nrfun I
I l 1 I.j it. "" \ ''l.i-i', '. llml> 1 ddoiatiimyi.nl ul ('MihHii : II-n. v-iting that he hen dried our County Ctmmls; ">lonr"i: NOTCEErn'TfV \ ill !

1"1.1 !l''WI',. 1"lwliful( v", '\MIand im.vniliiiiit Ixnuitittx in : a new /plat and map making machine '' each of the live Counts tummhslonci ; LJillJ

( 1111', vi ild(! :n/, pal| : \'. ill I unit to )paint II H iikmjr |picture, I Horn the aovcrnment and "' > Olstrlet, In Martin ronfortAle lo Imiloii atri
that h" had planned\ Countv, Floildah'!' Dl'tild t. S already
I It't' ntii l" l'I' i '::110I1il.df! uu' 0\1'1" thin w.iaiiMI "- cued .nnrl-TlienriVlmf
Eat' do extensive; work on those now have been and are) in'.v nunibii) >ournH into, >o 2 Ply IDASActli'i .-
: j ilg; lire ill iii I i Id oni \\'hl.'l'" 'the guests I \\int to i : ![ rrn: i let, >. riMiklmi 'lo the lift",
,Judi! IIHIK! vill!. t Ih! ,. Critic and Im II.IHIUXMtn" the I 'a'i flue\ He stated that he felt ed one tu live. int'luslre and ,1 K dIll .-.1,1.111I110..1 Pod w6 cad Sp.*

In ittginri i ', lilt .u'lni and aunt and tin lilldi, a.th'l1d. 'ic could do the work" much more '' cordlns to the 1945: eiisiis 11"- line tenet )Ly 1111"1" all t On. toy
toil'.. In the Inn \MI a in' \\' Mnaii "n-idint' MM. MIIIIIUlJ [ : conrmleallv than the ojt-of- oidede btin' D'piitmentAgtlcultiue u: round end Jolailoiini .. l the front L"\lIIY

:1' *"". vvn" nit.lh',. niition nt hoii ii' to her il'lll'l'.ill- t.itc concern.tl'.tl7llt ; ol : he State of Garbage Collection RatesC al Ihrehonillrn. ill

..IIAN: '. I iKiinatt' / I K' Ii I' I'II.t: t K IK in hn- t\\11 ii nol's, to while -- --- ''Florida the ,otal pulatlon' / ,1 1 if luikinn 1 1-' I"

:Itett1, till- "IIl'.O1'1't .. i uMiunv' tin' i i't'V'l\Ihiyt IIIH'. 'the "tin) : II IF: wills. Martin County. Florida Is OOrM (!t nine 2'' liny in I 1',10'.hl.It roxi\ ,, ..I I I Lon,, $8 3C

.1'1011' \\1.' 1'1I11'1'11'j.>" li\' tin "Imtk di''t"I'i tiinio\' )itliii'h- Mi; (ours. \niit\s and the oport'unve/ peicin! Eutmcs Place;: : :, lo'cl und Apartment hear' Cnmll Hoe ..ndlln.| >

;: 11'111. ,1 l lunch' in 1 ilium. nuttitin' ', hot thmnliitiJiit'lJ'rftu ', tti .suits i suiooi. age ot each Distiut to the that
; in the' iMinividlnikr" uiL'/ ('. 1 think, one nt tin population of the lid :\fnl'lln
'I,I .'i did ihlny id( ,out 1lu \\'(,ddinjr \MIthat! n" liillo'| \ |' 01 County: Is a- Iolln'AtCounty
] :\t !lit' \\ its in i'(\U.d to. niak' the[ 6/111> gill! +tt IIIIM.e' /I g1..d time. Wiltir Lee iBuddv \\clh. Cummissioner's' STUARTDEPARTMENT
;, no clistliiHuUhed himself In : 06DI"-1
and 1 ed tin jilinNI).
< i Jlllbody It I'll IDI--I trlrt No 1 Pop ll ition:
2 It lullt I IKMI mil halt lot i\lioil\ I to t tJin I \l' Corp service In the Pacific '
i mi : ; '\ Intl! Percentage ot 1.t.,1 ( 1n..: ,
'."uyh the I"'l'.i\, inir Inn. 11111:I llu. M llu ('I'1I\\d( | .nlnuiiudI 'vheu he received the Dlntlntushrd Population 86 I pili i> i i I J.. R EUKIT! ,

:t""i ll\' (111',1.1,"' I ; ,, l' fur) ill' lit.111 .' oil I tin 'pi| 'Iii)! ,llnnl ill living Cross arrived In Count Cominl.,ti< n"r s D"- I STOR
*t1c': '' i't\ "llld""I'' i loom.n H! -I0''t'| ui'i' In-tin (that ,did Suiait Monday He tame mete City Manager:

', .J'Jy' 't 'Ii"ii 'II' "tt l IV '1".1' mi n in "-. /'1'0jlltd |p"'I"lid i" I dan:'i'IWTt I trim the Great Lakes Naval I -

It nil till i I.' wve i riaii\. )to i' nn"\ thi liill including; ;"i"ilnliu station where he was! ('.\!Miunniu: KIWI" BUY THE BEST-AND BUY IT AT HOMESEWALL'S

. 1 II!: ',i I' :in. Ill'd I 1".JoI.'I'' :: "'n 'I'hi',': ?'Ia.\l ; ,I I'i'h1 Oil ) 1 :leu I 11 I ,(ihTiued!! lion the Navy list ---: ,, .. ...........oIi\otIO.r; !Ir': '

J .TTi, 11 i r- iii'I) :, : "s i ..II I hIII'. gin..ill Im mill- intuits, .ti ('k Diulih will Ir-entrr the :\\-nd I autlln"dl, iardctttill 1
'li ,I niKh fUll10 ''In uiddinj. hid.! hold! I' S_xtn Atual'Con-
: 1.1,1. "t II- amliid\ at \\ I i"I',11 t lilKh -cheatlonday: ) for
In: Mi' <" S.'i.. d I 1,1 i :.1.1jr (,:
: . i- I IwculImO"t In'Mill. don't. n
'OIIP"- t tJ
i .i. i in\ u | \ : ; :
Ih' thing I enloyt'd I nn -l ul 'hi NMildinif \MI tin 111'I' IJK-IKI' ouisis' |ipniiiu\! ] Situ, iuy: Jn1': ;wd i 2" Thtshun POINT FLORIDA'S BEAUTY SPO'Exclusive
i mi: h inn the \CmveislU ulIstria l l"j ;'till ill il :J! and. ,
'III.i :cit(1! t Ii1 ::1..1- and 1 110"111" ilinpliiN !.Sum i'' ill' 'he,
- *, :" ';/i 11" lit- III l'allu' :' Itll-, and irladiolll- wore, 'i1( tithe.( / ( i at Athens in fepp,cmbei' "Ilutu il.\ .,' .J' d.' \ Sid'V i ,: I Ii ij
..c''h", I a1';/, -t I 1 i i..d. I t''v'. -et n inn. '\\"hin The 1'IIIl" I h'uquut' i i Offerings On Sewall's Point

., i' ... ili.: III'i hid-I \'. /uinn thliiK ebto u' lit.. honu ulum.
t : *- lull, i ml MI nil\' there l 1''III'I''l'n\l'; \ at I hI' \\ ,'ddiI1JfI i "Shade and Ornamental Trees

I :1 I ,. .'.II.I aid .t11'( '. MI'inn !PKul.nl1.11'; and' ;MiAithin '-. ,\ I IJ1. BROKERS COOPERATE

.;'I'ri'h il', \ I 1'lIli"h'| ; and ;MM Uillulmd n,
:t.. ,, ,'1 .\11. :ind ;firs. John' I' ;Mi'iininirn aiui ;Mi. IInd For South Florida And Cuba"By I

I .111.; IM\Mii: AM ('nniinf('i im '.
to :.11., liuiiuHtii" and l hoi parents" hate vi-ilid i II'
tlltl'l: t a niinilii.i r1i' tints< an :Mniilt ]'i' tiNon hu- turn( U i DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A, WENNINGERU I

:resident" IKK tin, put -iMiul MHIC. and lu and ;Mi" I'' 'INUIll I IK I I i.J? 15I" I ;

-1'aul-1h O\\1!i and "\lI'I'UII\ cOI1 II""II"I" rBuh< pmpiiti I i .(iK .inn! i ( |'I,'i.I i _s n( ?, 0116,, I I I'1'I', i I a ""dn II I "I I I"i ,',' I
".f" ii nines -otith oT Stuail 1,11r; Huil1\\'II'I''' db ides hit. 'inn' I( 'III I nut ". ."'" ,,IK "II'"It'I,1 I I wus' ( \l I I'r| "Ie' 'n"? I ', ,, I' ."'''I I iI t IL!., 1'N

-In.. t\ KM l'l'I'Jl'.I/: i ) 1 Fill.. and Hijrhliiiid-! N ( ath,' dl, ,llllll\, Illl Slllll |1tud'tlum' I "|1''' llll, tutu!. II" i",,1/ 10"' I.'. u., I k
'lIlil:: j la 1':11'11,1\1' inliist. in doth "I!lice-. CAM:\ I .,i,11/I iv. inn |IIII'|l link' liinlv, "I I III,.. II"'''n1'htd' l ( IIJIII< ?' 'leou" ( :

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i TO MARTIN 1 COUNTY RESIDENTS I 'H MIX Slllvl I,,IlldlX'. Tltc'I \ 1110111. a I I"1Id| | l 1,1"\\l lll, a I ,!, ,1. I 1 1",11,1 I, i } '"e ', Y L + v
- ; ;\"I'tln" ( 'unU now has IN own chupttr 101 Infantile Ills .md lop, tlial Mild icidiK In llu' Minim hinds Iillonl, I". JII.III + 1 r tt t S// r (

-I 'i'.mh-i'f. The 1 t'hurlt'rtrait" yiaiild \by tin Nitllona! die Iriilimv( tontiollid dish'Ills ol llu "Iidttinnh "I i h! ', I n). II ti I 1 4s

I 'J'nluulutiun! on lurch I 12. ]I'M *) Oui aims till manvlold. mult iilsn In tin Ivirulidiv); ('',,,,,,,,111" I1tudittJure I i : / J.. ,11'I, "

t.1 i d 1'1'1.1\' \ ..I't : .. ;
('l\ ""'l.'t'\\IIIIUl'u"I'.I\.1' I "il..lhl".I ik llll ((1,11. lluMI ,1" h'ra,'

1 1. 'I I IK" .tu\iipl| .:infill liind < I 1"1'i net i dv'' Inlantili I'aia- :t IIIM till, illiloiliinilt. luliit, .ill 111111"( tug, up thou i i ;; III" ll?,: I, 'uul I .. ," ;_,' ,
I h'-is utiinnhn are" iiMih innl Mtutin ( nuntv}'. 'PI 'ads llml SIKIII b1 nut' a piolikm/ 11 ( in.'ml! III |IIr'I| .. ,0011stilt
I irrc'pet'Ilrr nl \\hii tic('\' an liospiluli/i'd( 01th 1'I '' .11"H
| nl south I Iniidi tin. si 'Ian ,1x'11151l l ( IIMIHIII'"i .in "I I Iinnili I ', 11 1-' .
I ( !n r inn, creed or, .oloi 1 'iidul" lit ttcnerd( pliiilinii is n'iodlrt'tks, \ Im "n"si. pi ILL .. in'' .101-i I II Il

.. .'. l'iimi'nt nl -iivin Im'ills) id \\i\, idn-kitmx. \11'VI'pn ,UU\ l lull npionts' 'HH ('(M/" '/'"(v (',in' unit" 10(' ntonnuunld/ I Illu I mitt M + t
pin', lotli('iapist-i. ,' nnd lidKplUil.iI ,..
( )- ) nax" -
,. 'u' all' piolitliu illlilil/l;: dllilxs uluili slat' po'n'd' I nil '1",1
::, I,"in' 11) ini"poitalion a to and from linii-, hoHiiltitNhdils .
d.1",1/ spends lulu the plaiilinu! ( hi Id I, llu .1uululm| siniinil / :' ;!"nun
"f -r -(' ; ind I for lonvultsiont uiio. ,; (/; S. liniilliini'; / I;ii;;:iniii' < ninliil > Is will .id. "iplnl i III ill I..tltl.:

],. Im the |.in'hi' "i' "'l'. 01 "repairs\ l,( Retires. vhel ?HiiK. solid. II j is MI\' Kvlslaiit lodioiilil, ,) rnu,,lilt tills .ilk. I il I I"",," 'utr'ci''n I
-- 'him-( ) dtithit. "shoot, pla. t('i I' rusts( aiui othii '
\ /.? islaMlslidl. Ilt sick I ol pint Id I Is '|pule, silislut. I I"i iIm "llId.
I'.It I .11" "'up) "'ilk appliances. '.ik pliinllnus: 'I I 'Ms tin dots not till, loilli, 11111'| spi""I" ,1d I'

J .*i. I 1'1'01/' i.K" dull ad\'Iii'I"i 's ,appioMil, hinds; ITIIIV/ ) also I ,11.,1,11', (1111 \111..11'.1'. (''' pi'Hililils'| on huh pi.ins 0lr(116ainI', ,. dlldll" "
.. In' used: In I bin imtil ulioiitil tiiiipmi'| mu.Kiaiv .IM noI used t Vi'r

; Im the U,(,al mi'nl or iiolioli ( 11.l'I nun' shuns ..I I Siplimlxi I'111' : bill! slunk II..ili 11111111"
: r;. ( 'ht till' funds nm.v IIIMII' I Id u 'id fur the Uiiininy i""sr
",id Miami( .11I',1 i ullli sudi dmmlioiis "u'suits In hors and 1 ,1,1'111", ,;.'
ol (IlKloM. IIUIMCII' \physical t IhdHpi ill the :MiinUil( mil llml linn an really IHI uindlm, .. luis ipilili' < 01 ..illt. 1

.. !vi-ui" Kinnn method l ol titaliiiK Infiintilt I'tua- .1.n ill inn!! Midi \\ 11,1 font- ''llinul() ''',"n' diin.iui' Sivuil |1,0111"\1'1', X'tn

: b'III" SIHK! nil disliiitllv aiiidiin( tlu \\ rttkiii.. !!(. .is I.." leg, \Mllisl. ia.I.I (ll Is.i. IHKIol r tr 4w X, h t va
Tin ;Mitrlin. ( i unt\. (htiptii/ i i ididtrnl\ "in take inn ) (llu Hlonn mild, mini xntttiihliillv ,limn( ,otlius. l-ioii llu MI'" point' : t l'

a'1':; 1 tlr'ir' o\\n. and .\ mil/ 11'nti'iliiiiion to this trite will help of. wiiHl'ttx-uL' Iriis, (hivo iilordm' ntloiu( 'd sxilis| ol ('iiMiuriii'tVMM -" .. :'"'f" :';: "

'I J t! l III hip( ) I hal pll'dvI'( MIsnucsslnl. TI..uri' \\ .is <|iilli' a tat| | III l I""..ik,,11/1! .. l hilI tlmsi f" '
,1 .. .--I Ian< ( 'racy, ('luiii'man : MNaiR' I .
\ two s-xili| make u npld of "mw growth auiaiiiia/ / tifiiMIe, .. .
1 '"11,,. the liri: spidiiK Itusfitrly sxiiis| si (iiiiiin" II'' i..nl\' p|'uit- .. : ,

\\\1 = THIS--\VEEK'S-POEM\ illll'l, slumtd st'srre 1I,1I1U1l'! in( rmixt t',1x's' is the tins \\<'u' upi"',nitid). '.

.. C1 invldi'i iMi damage; also was cuuseI l U' liii nt' tins 'I|' 'ic's I.illingoif !: iT'LISTINGS .' il'; t: r "

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: SEETHE WEST WIND BLOWING !' tumiiil; was ""Ull."hly1"" "I 11I1 In uitlisl! Hiding( (lie I.R"

Si c the lest t wind llolnjrU stoim d.lln.IJ.t111'1'1'1'| tin roots' In.Id in llu j'n nnd tin tin ssrsit. OF IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPrRTICS

Ml' niunts I fl'um the long green MCHH i id "llll wry litlli "Innitiimid In inmlitinii for .i ipul i nineivStid '. 1HROUOHOUT MARTIN COUN'

I'ho nil bin! u nip this nioininir.It "!p<('liinis ot (Ills, tnt wne ininpldiK. upiiMitid) I UMK| tin ACREAGE

I'' t ',-i a wand kniKli heiman'ti" bicexc. rag 1'.'s list milul 'lo ullim' llu KKiU. to |p. 111'11'.11. ilwplx. The I SipodilhAiiu Q RANCHES

t < MtiHilt"/ I! aid llu uniiiiiul I i Imumming( / / ;iiulini} UM> suffiredlilllc SEWELL'S
i' There will be other bout! out fUhing! dinugi'! from llu ,t 111'1 11. HIIUIMI''' (1111'1' ivui tins. ,in' not (ifsiiffititnllv RIVER TO RIVER PROPERTIES AND JUPITER

From Stuart to Coca Elton rapid j yruWlh; lor me in uindliruik' plantmlrluleiiiil' ( / ISLAND OCEAN.TO-SOUI

t 4'.?' Hanker and brokers and merchants I 'Inn'mil'nil i on, tint. (:ni] put hits' 1xr5ld l to IM "'1\ sinti's>lul\ in tltCxir I

/ And men who have never known I :: ;luliK, a' ,i uiiulliK '1'1'1'. In llns ilili soils it (mnks n rapid

{lnmlhMllioiit, 11' liaiiliiuss. II Witht.III'" si'MI 1',1, drgx'1t! nl Irostmd C. B.

\ The lure of the nation' business during: tin still in ol !Si'pit-nilii'r IH1( it uillisl' | wliulv) if 'S5-00() ARBOGASTESTATE

: : AH well 811 they know their'" boat/- | mile pir blur willi. priilnallv no liijim hir' updir hum plmitlnp("

\' '- :: "' The men who fifth for a \lnjf, In (lie J''cqI.ld's 1; : i1..IoIV.) IK riioiiiini'lultd ilimi ("IIMIIIIinn( /I'pldnp/dulii i / \ /'/

.. And skippers] in bioHdiloth coats i ii I I, \\lilth, Hijuiiis innili IIIIK.! I.alilll' ti "'1'1'II"\ mot spionls under/ toil' SITES

t'" I'hnrlcs i Ihdi-iibul Voy-. liol REAl. ESTATE p ...j

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R. H. W. BLACKBURN 1041: am Sunday at (the luiul I I BIG SAIL LEADS WOMEN'S DIVISION charge aboard the USS KA :

:D CONDUCT SERVICES Methodist church. At 8 p.in. NAVY SURPLUS II LININ BAY, a carrier ol the t GRANT LEEK

T METHODIST CHURCH Sunday he will speak on "Personal I "Magic Carpet" fleet. This ship I

) Evangelism and at the left Yokosuka Japan Jun 3, REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICEOld

Or Henry W Blackburn, clla- same hour, Tuesday on 'Th1, GIVEN TO SCOUTS I 1 and scheduled to arrive In San Dixie Highway

ct superintendent of the Church and
Evangelism Pudr-o about January 17
I INul' Stuart
Phone 216
ami district; of the Methodist Dr. Blackburn Is a ploneii In I tt w'S The. USS KALININ BAY

urch will conduct a throe-day Florida Methodism who has lul- \' sill\ )plus Supplies. amount- participated In Die Second Battle -

vies of studies in Christian lowed In the! ol his In,\ to approximately S2 000, were
footsteps of the Philippines an )part of --------- -- - -
adershlp here beginning Sun- father who organized the Sunn I 'Iven to the several divisions of a combined V. S. Naval air sea

V. church half and scouting In Martin County according -
a century ago> jIJtmiv which ic.sultcd I in UKllnnl '
Opening service will be at who picccded his sun lot two i to A O Kannc-i and H. decisive defeat ol the Japuncsp SALES ": See U. For
scout officials who
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-- Navy. Since the surrender & =- '
--- Repairs and
I WLK instrumental in procuring of Japan this ship has operated ) i- (i;:: t.. .I..P". k'"tU.\'I- :
the) (roods! from the Fort Pierce SERVICE Parts
with the
Mmit Carpet'which !
bisi The Casa Lumber com-
GOOD BUYS /'S returned\ DICK I thin GOO-
jin\ 1 mulshed the trucks for &
| (.00; seivfpmoi f iKin the Poet il I Jf'
hauling the equipment to Stunt rM ARNOLD BAUER
11a during\ ( i
Five room hollow tile home and 50 ft. lot high d t
\ Listed In the supplies which Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W
school.. A bargain $&,500.00. wup available! at this time wereo I
. DC'I''l11bl'l't
:! double-decker bunks, 40 cot
Ranch style house, 2-car: garage, 2 acres: of land, 60 minuses 075: mess trays. 150 dM 4 ----- --- ----- ---

citrus: trees, fronting 200 feet on water. Furniture a n trvns. with covet. and 08 s t s'r

) .nacho. More may bo oblalnI t -
included Electrically: equipped, Near Salerno 1
(' I uk I: Is processed through the BREADDocks \
$9,500.00. Ml i0il; office, It was stated. No ','1 11)1(11): ] Photo) I'I'lhmly's Health and
(chute\ Is made for such sur- }:\'( III the iiline| almbut the litlv oho uuglit HappinessSTARTS

18 acres of land fronting 720 ft. on St. Lucie Ruer, jliis, for scout pin'poses. the fish Mrs .\, \'. J. molU( of !Seual1!' Point wife of tmdr.

running back over 1,000 ft. to hard surfaced rond The equipment will be used .\. \', Jiniuitla. rxtiiili officer al tw' Nib
Two-story frame house, three-room cottage and gar IDI luiiilshing a proposed scout left to light/ air ('apt. J. 1)odxe nl DIP Diulf;' lUhlhouscntitta Seawalls WITH GOOD FOOD PROPERLY

age. Priced to sell at $12,000,00. building foi which a fund is now I I IIl'l'l13I'Y I ; I'ramcs J.i ;Mrs' hears O NIC'krl of Chitaso/
cumulated Scouts Cubs and I and her son. (apt. henry ('. :\kk.'I.! l ;Miss. Jannolla I N .standiiiK Boat HousesAll PREPAREDAT

In front of I the 8 fool t, ''J hilt sailfish which her motlirr
-300' feet of river frontage north of Palm City for ;;NI i Soils lire being; equipped I
aught to lake! the lead in the wiinuns" ilhlsion of !Stuart
only $3,000.00. I Paiifisli Club winter (ouiiianieiit.
Types Of Marine
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Several river front lots at $15.00 to $30.00 per front FRED'S RESTAURANT I GIRL BASKETEERS Ml |)l'l.oOl1sln this district de- :

foot. -- -- I I1. DEFEAT FORT PIERCE c'efclilni, to take the examination ConstructionIVAN ANTHONY'SYOU
:\1. Ind! Mis L. C. Clements
I should report to the office About
hate Fred's Restaur- TAYLORP.
Two business properties for sale. These are moneymaker purchased I Stuail high school girls defeated I 10: I pm. according) to iiniiotniroin'nt -
'lIt hl'I'l'hleh. will be operated :
the Fort Pierre baskrtrei bW. T. Edwards. acting
I bv :Mis. Clements, to whom the O Box 474
>: 21-<3 here Tuesday night tupcnisoi of ccitillcatlon WILL FIND
,/reparation\ of rood; food Is "secind I
while .
the local
boys' quintette -------- --- --
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For further particulars: see nttiiie wen* clown 49-24 Mollle Rleou TRAVELOGUE TONIGHT (

lic She was College dietician Statesboio at Teachers, GaMI .. starred points with for Winkle the lassies Saunders with as 0 AT METHODIST CHURCH II INDIAN TREE RIVER RIPENED FRUIT Quality Meats and Groceries

)))"i\.sing the preparation of
EDWARD MAPP menus 101 mole than a thous- runnci-up Its 8 points. LadyEnglt's UK second of two illustrated V.lrnci. Seed) .. Or...... NUr.h
oho scored for the visit- S..d. C..pI..II Swrrl Tu"'I.
",d students per day. travelogues "The Wonders of HOME-GROWN, FRESH PRODUCE EVERY DAY
: ors were Lucille Rollins. 7 polntl ,, the Medetel'l'anean"111. be ORANGES, TA\GERI'ES MIXED ,
and Ann 'ithanerdt with 0, '. Bu.hel.00! Oll.h.1 wins ,
REALTOR IMS II\M: AGENCY \ I given al 7:30: tonight at the Headquarters For Quality Service and Reasonable
Q. Alfred Pedersen was kingpin : CRAP f'RUIT '. Bu fl.7I l Bi. 13.TSTfcMPLES
1 EMI Dyer Rlcou, recently dls- Methodist church by the pastor: ,
P. O. Arcade Bldg. Phone 19 Stuart, Fla for Stuart. 8 with .
I ('h.II'.l'd from the Army Air chalking up thr Rev. Ullfoid 0 Aldridge ; Bi fa.GOI| Ou. 5e,5i, Prices

I 1 I'01,1'( Ins taken over the' Piper Jim Bowden and Ed Howard Tonight's program will Include Perked. Rudy To Ship. Es pi t.r. (
---.Aflnre holding a tic of :5 I points each I Eth b
t Cub a I'nl'Y. 4old the first Cub I (lit countiies\ of Tuikcy Greece, at
foi second place Chuck Nichols
t to bill :Mithtson Palm City I Albuni Malta Italy Corsica, L. T. BAUER
and Nelson led for the
f0"v BACK AGAIN i I.wchl'. I Is now teaching Math- Lynn France and England through Bo. 114-SI i."t Aulo tump
FAMOUS A&P Eagles with 17 and 12 points
il\. I which the pastor traveled dining -
_____u __ Last Friday the Stuart lads ; one his many trips while tatlicr-; ANTHONY'SMEMBER
1 10:1"-YI'.1I':i" teiins as dbtrlc PicsidniK chalked up a victory with the ,I, Ing first hand data and colored l Unwanted Hair
Melbourne Bull Dogs with 29-
) lit Elder a pictures for a chautauqua.
a 1.1 R RAG -- --- 24 score with chcdlt going to Ed Permanent, Painlessly and
8 O'CLOCK 41c I Howard for 13 points) and to Bob i Hit lectures! under the ,sponjuhlp Scientifically -
2 I-LB SACS ; of the Matron class of Grocery
CIRCLE 47c I'OR INFANTS I II Park for 0. 1C I Stlnimell officiated t ,
RED : I the church are fee to the pub- REMOVEDfrom
at both boys' names with Mi.. I
1 1 1 r' sic: ALFAR MILK I Fiances Wilson of Hubc Sound lit. A l1'rt'111' ofleiing will be race. Legs! (lust t. rtiKv 4*

iR.a B7 ir chalge of the tills taken lot the church.I fund, I a Ilrgisteml I:In'trulihlsl( :
PEKOE, ORANGE PEKOE, NECTAR I Phone l\l.: : n 11111:1I'H'I; : :
('OSSllTl"IIfIS( rX.1TU ; ; Sl\: MS1U;\ DiGGETTII.t1ES ( 1

E ETA-5. BUY BONDS I II HI: (.1\IN:' I n.n. 9 J\\N I I..(OK tl', S, I 338''_ lein.Uis "t. :Mils.. .\kiiHixr U.: jU\LU l : Telephone 113
34c.I.LB. 9c17c ,
Peat Harbor: Carey Baiictt\ ,
I Lit PKG. I W I'alni Beach I 11.1.
Alfar Creamery An examination on tin (' mstitiitkm ,
I FicC't 1'1.1 1 t l II l/'t:1
'. '' ol tin U S will b(' ( *'\ 1 I-I'. ot Stuart Is OIK of 1.275 :
There is No Better EVAPORATED MILK \\IST PALM BEACH t -- -- ---- ----
II given ut 2 p. 111 Butul'lIaJo'eb.. huh! -!lolnt Aim: II tiul'i! \'\ I
400 I 1I;i fir, i'lionr 7175
i > 9 :at tin (Pica of tin 10 tl intsupei \ \'<-Uiauillulll; the Navy i b< )It-i;

SSWITEH01ISE2 !- I I I ) 'intrude('lit In For: Pierce. turn):if to the States for din- I
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Enjoy The Finest Tampa, The lii.est flower! I
I hut c\ei held In Florid,. oc- EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ALL TYPES OF

-,_ I ciiMiii| | nearly 35 000 '1JulI'l,1;
FOODSCOCKTAILSAT f frc: ol floor spare) 111 tin Utrt.1 :- I PHOTO FINISHING
CAMPBELLS, VEGETABLE I Fruits and Vegetables
1UP 12c: : (" -.1 xhlbltlon Duildlim; on an

An c lean fail grounds, will be

-T PP'5 .CHOrrED 'COOKING APPLE, 5 ibs 49c h.. Id ut the Florida Suite Fair. PORTRAITS BY APPOINTMENT

_S_FOOD lOc: I THEBlue I 1''1 b 5 to 18 P. T. SII'lcclrl'ten\ -

I I'Jul repoitcdlie .
a YFII ow manager!

T A-BIL KKE ONIONS lb. bait. 'lieNOKIHFRN ) huge\ Iliepionf building: COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
FLOUR 25c'hill
i II'ed i ni a barracks by the Army\ )

GooseSpecializing 'I i 11I'111thl'!\ wu period was DIP)
T.trhKrunrhr C.., .' SPINACH Ib 15c
Int to bi tti lied back to the
lb. 24cd
jar -- -
1'.ui' Association by the ku\crn i
FRCSH I III 'nil and the first to bi 616
EL' n was
t II .ks.ORTENING LIMA BEANS, lb. 25v;:
19c --- made ready for the February WE HAVE FILM SIZES .
rfwAatSCOOld- in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious i'; p,>sltlon. Professional flui I 620
i I.. s and nurseries have aliendv
Fa.ht.n I NUTS Ib 39c:: Western Steak
finger Snaps 2lcArt' panted l their dltplnys and : 120
I Frr.h l IBW' Oi !., -Cut LOIN: plants are under prcssincwroxUh/
CAMPS I PORK CHOPS, lb. 3Sc: to bring them to mituillv din
ENDERONI 8cWENTY : I II I Bar Package Store Grill I ii"_: the fair 1>t'I'lod. One of Ihl't t I KRUEGER BUILDING

OM' r..hii.rd Barrel DILL 1.-'I'E't 1 : dlKpl,is wlll be mule by
MULE TEAM IS. .. Bet PICKLES, 4 for 25c: 1 inipa Municipal Nurseries midi -
RAXO 151I .. .. I
the direction! of Uou SI1I
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I ''Frr' SAILMMONIA MEAT, 6.lb. cans $2,69 i' elu. of the big florid I show ;

qt. --10e ;::- -C I -EXTRA LIGHT BREAD I I \\:11: again be Mm. Russell I

-DUTCHANSER I (L.II I II.hl) SPANISH\ I II .1OI11p1:0n.. : whose mother. the'' -- -.-, -
7c MACKEREL lb. 29c
I 1 lee. Mrs. 1. D Waldlc supei .t ,

-.----- 'ID2.Iii.RY's vr i-i'd the chow for neatly n i

: BEST, ENRICHED qnaiter of n century before herI| OUR POLICYTHE

LOUR, 25 Pound Bag $1.39 d!('ath. Landscape parclcningl 1 i
\\.11 be featured by several of(

pA GUS, THRIFTY the nurseries while duets will
IONA COCOA. Pound Can 9c splay: rare tropical )plants I FINEST OF QUALITY GROCERIES AND
're- --
> *7j"t of the Individual I exhibits MEATS
iBRAND-OROAD OR FINE t '1 confined to the common vai I
NOODLES, 8 Oz. Box, 3 For 17c: FRCS 1 \tics of flowers grown\ fur bean!

l iilkat:on of the average Florida I REAL ECONOMYIS

s- 1 home

) WHEN Ilv STOCK .' __ __ I

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,::SPRY '."sea::':.1'd 1 ; 3-lb. Jar 690iLIFEBUOY I /4 BUBBLES SEZ-


t' 1ge. Pk'g. 230

LUX FLAKES 1ge. Pkg. 2H

SWAN SOAP Med Bar 6' Full-strength yeast acts faster because it's I FAIR PRICESYOU

SWAN SOAP 1ge. Bar IOa 1 fresh I
I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to

D' ISWEETHEART 3 Bath Reg.Bar Bars 20'12' work-makes sweeter, tastier bread helps insure e I CAN BE ASSURED OF FAIR PRICES AND

SWEETHEART tender light texture IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-
3 Bars 245A QUALITY
WOODBURY P'leischmann's
ute active, fresh Yeast
I \ I
with the familiar yellow label Dependable ATCROMER'S

Ameiica's time teated favorite ;urrrb
r' ,r a1r a I Me where atomic tntttrr I 4/ II
' for over 70 years. ,. supposed to do housework for I
& P FOOD STORESOWNED I us icon Mfan hlle. laundry, MARKET
rot to be done, even with lOOp I
so hard to Remember,
I IE' get.

;351{:fotaath'Street Stuart, Florida ffei1 -ro keep turning /In USED \\E DELIVER PHONE :56'r'
;I( /( f I f'A1S0 help make more soap, I j

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:101 SEItMCES J I. D. \RTON, JR. tJ;( TRIC SCOIVICIS neIIIO": ASII...RFIAJ c'. ,," "., 'h.' I h..' lljlt' \' t ,: i ., '.I h. $,l1.. lod "f p54'aII1fl"nd nIl SM'' ...ltl.o'"t.d ..1.1 v '", 'I
I CFTtMOXML! : ( I. f. 'Slot' : teSli "V r 1'10 I .I,,,, 1
-- JAX MAN QUALIFIES .0.."h.h 1"/.1/ ,,10' h.lstI, j'' :": Jv.h:,,. IS4 ph'hi to no.d ot Idl.l.'In" 11.1. ", 1
Ic tun.t citW\ I qEItsr.n.nT NIVY P1't'"Alb .' ,,hn Ckel .r ,h. cii" Lnl' I 2. I' 5 5.Id'
''lUlUWl'' } COURT I service are being ,I. C toe '\ M.ln, ( """, h..sI'eI'p. 5 ,h,. N:' 1111'. r ,: ?,j I Ily Ook", nl'" ., I..... PHI* r iil.dlM.flo I ,
FOR SUPREME lestimonlal: ? I 1 No.III) n. -
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Christian .f
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LITTLE CREEK, VA :-J. R. Tp SI. S. 'tie ',. ,, f.,. rol. IlI.0.I"Cl' C .. t. ,, .
.1 imes lletm' Tiylor lark- hurch\ here at S o'clocK each .. ,I'"' It' I"" ,"'i',d I. .10 ",.ts.' I'IltRI' '\I ,n "r H.tnC \lntl..I' C.mneY, AT1'RCTI' ." Th, .....n..111 ,, CI',
I Barton. 20. shlpfltter, second J. I. '1 I'tIK .. .. 0. ., OI.IRI. .. .h.I .Id ,' f.. .
)UFit be \ ")s0 H'h' ISPS 1..1..1 : "" Ind.
Mimlllr and ?,,'..ran.I irednesdav night and will 1 "VI.OR : ,. II. r NI)' 51 1S
lawyer. lv II' 15 / / 5' I t'.I,. :. I. I I : : h..
onlllll1throuth\ the month of .:lasi USNR. of Stuart attached : J.J. IIENIOS' iWM'W\'t. ( J.". I at ,k."I. nesIsI. 5. "

hlllh111'111 Warn.. p ha rewnllyiniiiiunced \ ... 2''. al _ M ') 15n..f.t.. ADVERISEMENTI Int : : ::, '':' ,: n
I to the Naval Amphibious Base Aunn" I UGAI: : thr.'I ,,
Cfl33IfIDlIliIlIliiiiIIltiiIlIiiiiiiItiIltlIi'l [ candidacy for 11I larch ,V1 7. 5 '54. 1841. REGIS1 : :
;1 hi. llAa-Y .1.1JOtit .," i''. I FtP' TO El tI :" '
I ---- 11'r Is being discharged after : RotatE OF INENTION J"Mi :: ,; MIh ,: Ili
tI '(110UI OI.I,, >, '
.t AfiEHI MILT; AD\1TIUMtNT l..bIIlne. 14" 'el
tEN I I : :
Floid. ..hntI
11 1} months of duty. MnilIl -_ lf0P0IIIN' lv.N: 8, ppfI"nl'n'Il'e. I In,,
51. ", 24, ': \ ,IS,.' NOTICE TO A1'PARp 101'rII'It: II' I IS" plr.It. '1,1.'Ill ,inl.d 'thin 'Ihlr.l "' F''
JASTF The Teen ARern" will mee. Baon.10: Is married to the No'rln: : 'IHII; 115' lIVEN.: CUSPS SI Ii'. Nilth "..I..k"' "" '" I"I.'I.III" I "

.55s ,, I 'niiirdu\: lIght at the Episcopalarlsh lormer Edith Mosley, was employed \\h., .P"l'.I'h... 0, 'I.". ...All'1 .f"f('1.ISiS,..".. I I'S"","n I, J.dIoI.I ThU ,'' Ii I'ISIW'. he .. lo 'h"I, I"h.'..I.. 'I".PSI.0 'III'I 1,00,,:I'II'S.r'I"mIlh IS't'I.rb Cci ,1.'. '... I. ,I "Mlhn".

:111111'' Aol, .I r" I or? Cl.rhofC'III1 ( "," t II IEl. e,
: house at the Arunclcl Corp. be- 0l 'h, 1413R1'IIY AIr. .1. r..I" '. 5 a'. U. IIIANI'lCllY. N'. :.1 ,It .I1t,, ,,,St p'.r.'Ipl. lfP. .
MAIITIN 1'"no\ ",I'5'5 'IIc.
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service .
APARTMENTS FOR -- entering the I I. VI"11111t P :
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ft"1. ., ;" b.' nd, 'l i: I ? "'? ,,1 I ',".. 's'I
: I Two deputies of the West Palm] 00" h'.. i'WCNl'.I'I Cr11 :hI$ -I : ,, I" ,," ....1 I "' .1. OF APPLICAlIOh I
: J011CE
Ml BI'l hon n Somervell. 1".r) m."k".ol HV", ""' |! I I""u' I'IICKISI.IO: 1115151, I14.110. l
.. ,11 Beach office of the Internal Hi,"IlUl., .,.,,1 I h.hl."r..lv S&\ >TC'V' :I.\-I( m,' DI, ,.. '
",..ho I ii'ininiished" himself In wl SI,. 1 I. n..d f.m lOt "' ,I. t ." I I h.. "" ,1. F.rhl., 16 U
the ,
will be at

j f, 5 m. L4 J n1". HI) : ',SI, rip', ] \hci: "' ho commanded court Revenue house service here on Fcb 13 t rI'1.11.te',".,IIh.1 -Is'', ':''.i',o.I..hl.h A. ''1.,"':;j1 S tj', :.' ;5,1.SI .;,,,: i :,'..:.::. >';,:'. ."I,,.j.. |Il.01 I't,18t'5' .5",". I It. 2'..t.o''I '"I .5.1""h., VI. ,'.', : 'II r..I.I,,;..I," I ,I'S ', II.n.

mt : : SiixIce Forces aflit"I ., .h ,I. ""I." ,,.' '. rr. .. .h.. !I., I m
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m n pn ,, ,'f U .. I.. q' nn ild cltizc-ns in malting Income I.,..,,,,1'h' ,.I "" "11 "h.' ".1 I. 0 ,II I I.. 0'N' I I. I I'" '' '' IECAI ADVfRISlMENTJOICI ,, .. .I," I .,

m I', S d I' h i\r leased the homei ...".I I I I ,M, "".,110.1. T rC.snRFIC1110UI fIt"f'::' ,:"I, \\r' :I ::: ,I. I I.Th. I.
It returns 1 ;
n lax l't"s.t'' ('" 1NTI0M
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: :M.iiiiicc F Day on Comer, NI'". ., .""lrl"I'' 'e ," -
t .. ... ,1 i (" i ----- ,, .r lIE'' "r sP t' .r ...., .\, I'"Is" M.'" 1", ..*" "11 ,
>, Island for a win- $,'II,,." 10.; T. C. .15, Il .: H. "S "vaw.r-lff.' ,,. Th.1.h. I."tn. ., ..
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', ,11, .111"11. Col! Day IK llvtii I I..I : I" ---EMIN'OTICr .. s.I.. r.I,'' 1,115',I I.,,"I. "I C'I''rI'I., .. A.., ,'''.o .... I.Nil. I Il"O I''" "
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ATI.,\viir ('mnrupUIMEXTS I ,< )Pelican hotel In BtuI A SS-pound Jcing mackerel 1.1." H. lIt,",,t II. 111"1 Is, I.. LEAL .I hl""11'lI' .II 1 P't', ',' ","h I f..h., M.rh) "H."rf..l""n""r, : ', '
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f1 .51815 1151) I'IA' ''h (
W Dutton of I'AI.I Arrl '
entered by 1. In Il, 1"1.1 I'l .. ." OF "KATIO o l'., ,, loI.5. '": ;I: \\hr: 11,1111'IIIGIOCIS nnd 'ih.iii_ .ii .f .
I cii ni, .il will speak at 3 Port Scwall Is now leadingthe 'I,''. I'l 1 It. .. I; II. IIeO.I' 11511 lii) ,,iti:::: ,II,, : .'; IS. ..II ( K..l ..t .", 11,1, ", .
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STUART FlORIDA ISIVC.S. \.1" ." I, 1,1.1' I I. )1
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\VHFN AVAII AHI I Iro. It i "..111551' 101\( nl the annual kingfish division in Stuart HI' iik 41 Kl I.I'I IP 1" 5 I II 15 1,511' : C WHITI"M sIdS.I.I"n' .r IA ., .

... ."" .,..., t 1 I II P' ,,0II \' .lustKc ill I lilt ''III..JU'| ( unitul .' 'I::111', i fillIp) uie(.tlii!> nl Palm Sailfish TOU'nnmtnt. sup- no iNMVAKMK ei mi:: :or I..' I. ?,s..,.C .,mi H n"i ..}j.I w' '"1 t'l: \, \NAMAIA N". ''H.. A'"5 I.,"'5.51"C ''I 'h"r" ," ,'INTIAITUI'II,, In PpIe, ... I,,i, '2 i A I ,.r'".i I' .1
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12.LAL I: |{. \. ( ..raSPI'ldr, \ PSI.l M.ile. FIIII' j ii S d Ci r* at t the Everglades clubi catiBht by Mr. Ernest Tyner. ..n'"I"' 'h',' '" ( ",. 1. I',m, ,,' I,,,,,' '"" tOO 0 t".m. ,..,,1 t. ,... """.., ,",'I.e .sl't"I", ,S S S'It 'n JlSsI'se..1'' .V. lOam'T K In mhIlt ".e'5, I.

W. T. PACET1tLEPHOI I.. :" ,1. .t.n "If I. "o' 1" "., ,h 5. 18. IPII I. i ;.I
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Beach "
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thai) of fiie. 'I latliir iiuali- I: I --- '" ,. 5" : :
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----- ESTATES I'll I. ? I r"I" ... .r I"I.I.l. ho. .... Al C', '
.eek the SUNSET; I 0 ..r I.", '' I r It"t 1,0.1 1.1. ., 10".1"' I'.. PC lt M.I. ,.
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and I' .
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= 1 ilIiiIlIiiIiiiiiuiliiiILIIIItiilIlIIiiIIIilIilFOR $ I I 'INE BASS FISHING It C 1.1 no ,. cC "I' ""." t/nA'1' I'nl. .t .
NEW .a .1 I" npd.aeI '" d"'
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CYPRESS I I ,.rb I 1.5 I' S : ,..",. ...... Il.I I" "

. upn SALEllllimmilllllllllMlllllllllllttmiilllllll 1 Justice .trnwleail n1'tIrt'- J ii BLUE Louis SoUr nnnotmced today 'rh., l..sI.'I,,' 11'_ ",,,0 1'1., .. 10 I Inr I 1"'l'h..:'l5l.o.',, ,: .;nJ;'P' ,17,IPh"" Ii.: K.;;,"ol I !I'",,, If 5'' 'IIII\: SM 1111., :.111. ., I,,.ty.,,tt. .!._ 'iII....".I.:....:.:. .'I'S:'.. ., S .,
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.h. ,f, lire at the end of hU preienlterm nll Aimoi Dtnino' I nnd Eddorchousr >' hat he is subdividing a tract r I"C.: P.C.love: f.4, I 5.I'I:.II op.;'I....r"I'j"i': ': I ''h'5, ", '"" "S';'. S: '. I.-, : LEGAl :AGS imE ? 1 1tOTKI rh.'I. M.n""v..hlh I I. In lit. "I I", ., .

..: I ,[ Al Mathcis. Walter 01| North: Fork property ndjolnng II I I'' III.'k 55 ;, lot;: i 5'1t t ,I ". 15411.SI' .
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,In : ,, ._- --- FC. and Hank Walters re- the George Keith property IiskJs'l.: ; I.: I".1 : .1, I ;'' r"I OF A1'IC"TIO 1.\
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nlsht from a : hl' f,1:;: lIj. "5" .
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Monday north. ,
SAWYER the 1. '
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''J\I: : '\ : : I RAIL PROMOTION ,3. day fishing trip) on Blue Cy- The new subdivision will be 11.1 I"; 15 leteI.IesIII ,.: i it 1111'S.l '''' IH II HI HIVV (1IVF.N 711.1 l'I' 1.1..
: :. I 2. 5'. II I'I.I. Moh.' jtustl', 1511. VI1TICK ., ('..,,11. r.nirl Hi nil
: ''I'' IPM LakIn which they caught :ailed Sunset Estate, Soter said.4c .I .tI 1, hIck 5l5 |1',1| I'thVi" Jllh d I"s's' ( CKI1'.liO. '. I.C'I' \' ,
:: : It. 1 I'IIMIsIlI'S' .n.h>HAmn."l lit i
I.l I 1. .. 'hop 1.11'1'1r
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.! nt least 200 bass 60 acres In the ,. ,, I" i i 18,,r',., ""'SII ,' ".m. a.,. 3. 10. '
C. 1 E!: 8ai : district iwsener nd I'lpasl'c owns some .1.. : II" ". "i. '" t .) '. .5. I' I"11 r.,1 ,
;? 1 ,. \1.' .. nd returned with a doreni irta and also put smalllarm It..k II I, .,'1.1". "', m1 "'il""' ."I I h. T'\d'', '.I..I.n! _.___.__!. ,,i j"'n.rMj
a seII -
: agent (01( tht) Southci Raili'ay \1 4. ft nn.l' 7 III! '..k Am.''nilid .t'I". "I UI"'S'' 'P II'SN I' I'. I"''ill ",.,1 ,,,, .,, NOTICE l I
.. 1 : I II 6 10IIiIdS. ; In ; Ito T. M. tl' 'h, ,
n t i autlei ranging from t tracts on the maiketUTIN Pint torI','Inn l I'Io I'll '5 0 ..1.1, mh') r"InwlnA IlLS 10
,. //I t'levrlmll''ho' his spent 11. .F.'t.. 7 S IHf.un ..UI. hnI", ,
,". ,, ,: at : ) Armor lost one which ,"0...' i'II. nt P l ; I itml C.. .. K.Ttlnn. I'I I'ri. I'. -Io II. I I:I .5'NsIp..,.' .. .alH",."", ."' y t'I."ln'. ', to-WIt n\ (IS.n.l. 0.1 N. KHNOTICK '

.. .1. I" everal iWiln \-ieallons here :: have tipped the MvtRfltMtN'IOTtE Pilot 27. 4' i"Ir KtI5IP.PItI.Il IS ', I.'
claims would ) :M \ ( Ol'Sn.oln 1,14
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".I I I" I ,'. ins Just bel :s's, piomoted to cllI >ales at 14 Ho had the whop- ( noisu) l I.wn Cnrk Ailillllnn,: bdniat ;I n pnrl. OF AlrlllATO I o (1,,o. Lol' 2, I'll, 12.'P.,: I In HI. wi I.. hoIIe eel', C 'I I 1.. S ,

'1' IIIII I I"I. "It" ,'.. IIIII ." '' : ::--.l", \1 I It: on lflPC.5 l'r agent at CinInnnti i ,,er bv the gills when I I slipped I S., SWi R.I., 411i.ii nf. BW Hirllu, 4. TK' H.: HHlcIY 8,11, 50. I': 'I.1.1IAI .' 3'"'C. a.5. ,'5.:.ts'oP P. 115.i.ml llh.'ft 41.'TI 1.1 ,p.nopntrle f.*..|M'I lisuiil,. h.I.ho. fil lIftS.il .i"d".,, ," .S

,, ," I" ,. ,. I.. .h"I.. Ii vsina! H. B Kraft I Iof lose I W. D.-- J R Pomeroy to Ccles- SOTI" J "'(' 'uRI' ,h.' '", "'r Ih., ..1 .'o'' ,1 If I, "li l I..."tMnLr as. h... a.'l. opplS" '5' '
.& II. <0. oi.hinlnlnK 14P1' J. A. AIim' '. ,0 .
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------ tia EnjlandVV *. I ,." lllniH 40 .5"5 ,. Il'15, !,5C.ItI" ,. ,.h.1' no ,1.,1 .. 1.51l'tlfll'I'PU ,
: _,_ i I ::11" Cr"mbei of Commercetore I' t. Nluik 'it,. S,' I,1'10' ... I" 'I''"''S .hi .mbr. Ph
.. ____ Inn I" Io'i'oos Timl In ,ly1ll'tIY ,
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I ., wo (novs : D J. R TomfJ oy to Lois S. ,. .. Ic..t 11.11 ," .' '"" 'h h'f' :: :; : .mibVnSr i.8 IS In lhn Cnln"
: It: It ,n of his promotion Sawveiuotc 1 (01 IStl "In ItIh. '10 0"" .. :;,,;.5 : : ;I: :'t'"": ; ,' ,l5'' : :!... ," wi h. oIl In ,
1I.\! 0'S.
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"I. ,. r i :, ; ", : England I I5: I .r ., P. It.k 5, ,... .,"d Ih. "." hl hlKh..t bill.il' c,",,, h.u.* Peon .r 'I"/l.., .wl 10 '1RtilMllU.lim .
In ",,, I,, .." .. I" \ let .110 know how p'rythinp I tiNT I JOiIDIY ial'lo' ,:" : h. .. .5' : lll. flaP In 'h. ffilllIl nr I 5 I Ior
Chas : 0'1' 'T. : .. .' ,1 1 '" r.I".11 H.n.liiy ,, of pnrl "
.. ,' "h, ,, ', ,,,. .." of W D Eroi J. Carlberg to 'w.iplD, R" lit. ,. 1011. .n,1' 5 1155'I1".r .n Il4t' lnh, ". she I"sr5h, ." i" ''I'I 2.
unnlcii Aopl ( Ni.
In the I H.n..n
Is I'Ifl I'.b"v.
; 1181.57 I 0 nt. G.nl .
.." ', Ilobe Sound R Dill ford.v. : : : J"I I 11555 'Ink, >' ,toy, I' 1' 7.o..l.I '
Bobb Diamond ol .r *, .I AI'I "P I..I f .. 1..1. 5 I...' 11 .51;! if 4.,",.., 7 C ( Cn.
worldmm I'roit' I.'lInr'I
iit ,, ,of.I II. he 13.1.4) > .:..1..1.'h.
\I I h: ,10'' I I. 5 Hnnne 41
"I.. ."" \I 'I I II, ., ,, ____ I :ld Donald Ilaitman of StuII.t..0Ul \ D.-E. J. Klcou to I. L. and I pr,, b',""r-.n2 (2',.,nI.:. ?,.;=. .tt.flNinth ;; ",Ml' I'. i'lloik" 1''iVi't, ,...ti n ,..t,, .,i*.'"rT".I "". I'OMKROl ? .. ,...monl of ,11 I""' .
$h.. .to" I' 1- \I If Ricou RmiH 40 II KIIPINh l.n". 1.1. i 3 f' .. 'the .oIl. ceilifiIn ,
:: :I---: : ,;;; :\ is ( Ol'1IIOU'Jr.L: 5'I. j Juniors In Stuart high Agnes 'I.,, 8$' It. I'. II.Nut l li-rk nf Cl.,il IS' (..:,,il, 1 MnrllnMm. toiltltyI "" Ilie .,f t.. A. I itVnlra. '
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I 1. r. II I 055,5 .
( Florida to A. .
of Ill
Col- lax D. State .f NK .In .
Saint Leo's Its ffrt "f '! !
A '" ii." II.,., CS. ''' : ;hoo] < nnd R. I I'"dd, k ,.., 'I'IAll b ,
,.A:: .,I'.r. :;', ,: :, -I, Mr. and Mrs Stuart Ollsonif I IeRI: Picpaiatorj] aCAdemy. near P. Kiueger. mmnlnlnir of I NoilK One, Ill(IH' ..f>., Soillll of SW S1fcil ..' ,oI.I(,,, ..,p'rtl, I!hll I..,.,, "'I"...,. ,h, 'S",."if.Ti/RiiTnv' :- tRt. n C.iont.iiiilt d.pmrd. 5 wrrln 41e. In oIlS I'I"'",. "'I.

,. Osceola Avenue announce the the S.V.. D -.M. B CftrnTlsht 'Ii 515' 'II" Ry. R WII ,'"n.ln., I...,Il' ..r M., so .. .f 41 tl !. _"_ ..bidder .P Oh' 0'' .
!Ken.Phnii. "f '" ., i., ] City Sunday for secnd t ,. ,'h ,. ,",. .h., II I I" nf Mlthi' .
.' ' ,. ,, .' ,. d ,. Jan 24. Oadl I I", I. .., "e.: 1."lh, $10' IS. "' ,.1INIC' ,\.1. .I" I" ''h.. ,,,,..r. I 1 p_p'is I, AlPYI5PlTlOE5lP.SI'' ,, nn 'thr fh.t Mono.. 'n .
birth of a daughter, I of this school year. A. P. Krueter ''h r.1 1""ln 'hd.y
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Patients admitted to the Mai on the I Navy Disc..-Waiter Lee I. ly., 750.5C .. hi p.. th. hlph..t ", ., 'h" ""., of rrurimiir. Ilr
""It '-III' 'III s." 1 Ii:, ,., ,I..5 I. Ihe> wH' arnmpilll.d \111. '" 5 1"h -2.5 r.'I.r N..lh ,,,, ., the 1.1. .Sl.s.515, I, h..b.- Illtril! ,hi. l 5.,>
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11[ 1 : :('h.::. ..> .:.5':-.:/.:;'.,:51'. ,,55.5)' ,,':: ,:.' ,:,,:" ) :':.' i i iI" tin>ant County week Incltulo Hospital Harry during CohlU] I' ,.1111 SIlICA{, ,'ci Diamond I tav their and pnl'nts.Mr Mrs and W phy D '-and Xannle. L. J t Murphy t J.- "I 14 02.p, WI.NK'fat.t',.'oetI'leto..f Na'S' : Kp.:II.wI.. e."e'."' ,,;'f :W 1.( I I'5".tlh 1'.1",',,.II ...1,,1,0'hi.Mo'h.r alh M.'h.,'I hI 19'"r.19".1.hlh,,s""."," ,...10511''h. I I lln.r.l'',,'htl.,.of Kloilili ITIh C.iii, ,,.* ..I Comnu..i.mi.for rer.' .ini 1".' hid.Self N up..." ,to IJ.o.o C'lprk 1141. of Cii.ull, ',..Ur. R.",I'"I\\' ,

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I I. I Patients torso to Ihr Public. R Wl, .", C .,, ., nil, InKti'l.in I 11. I"'Is. 7 llo.rU <..f (' mn"> I'..mrni-.l, ':'''i.. ;
,, : :.,, ;, ; ,, S 'i II, .".,,. 'I''; : ; haifjed : MI S Claiencc' PmdaiiH '- I II CIIURCHDIRECTORY W. D-M J. Platt to Bror O. f T'os.bIp. II Kuith,' tFCAL ADVERTISEMENTmnrtcir \ Cminly 11..rld.. l.rll

1'." ".1 I. .1., ." 5'I kss'IIJCtoI. I Hi Hi "f llo"."I of C'.. Cum I I. Y.Ju
\ I \Mlllam, Creaser ul Jensen Carlberg TAX .ml.e.S7, J.n. a. In 17h., 40 ,ThCoI .p. .. .
- YUle "SI.hs, ". ". fl. 'I" I'll' ''' '''. M.as>h .2lt rot "f Kn"l One Elvhlh' .-- < .APPLICATION FOR 1. ___ __ .n... ..... v. .,
f' ,,, ,, ,,, .,,1 .. leach Robert Ward and Mrs. W D.-Bror J, Carlbcrj to C. II .V, .,r NW'' .f UK'' ami KmilhHtr bEISI' -CAl ADVERTISEMENT ,l: Itt"AIII: 'I 11115 :Ij.\ !
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,,," ,,,., "II. .' ". I ""'1" "'" Clara FemiuonBEBrKMI FIUST BAPTIST B. ArbogastMtg ( W'.lofSRl' of HK'i.' Sell Ion 4. SOTI." IfI.nl\. : Th.tA. NOTICE: OF ArPIJCATI0N FOR TAX 'WAI.TF1 c. 8A\' ..:. ".
V "",' "." ... ,. "t "" ti'. ,,, It. ,. --- ---. 31ft ANton A Os,,. .-Bror J, Carlberg Mel- 'I".ooh5.I .1- MI"lh. Rfmm I Kml. IWIUTIr : DFED 1110.1.1110 1"S' I
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\";;,' ::,..;, ..," ::' :oI. .," :,: ; 1" "" M"rh", .. .. ..hi. Mtg.-C. B Arbogast t Melolr KIMHT ADDITK1Mol my offlrc mill,, I h.,... mullnl" iilLntliinIn SlT". It IC lilciIl'PIY COhEN Th.1R" : .. "Yl. hOy..I..:: ::.

I.- 'AU I. ,Ifl., ."'".. .II.. "'I". ". 'S I".. Rfbekah Lodne will give ," "I.. m.I.R. T. J. II"O''I, I., if ,mm "f NW' a lux' di d In .In.' I lh; ,,.'. lit.',lion' HuldilUfl.K ... i' ,>.mI.ll'5., Ned.h." II. l.m"I." .. t uv.h", .' 1 1l'"nh
., I" ". ,,,, It. ", ,,,,.,. Bunco party at 8 tomorrow V.. 'I'' m 1-v.; ,i.i.n'. Wurihlli.V : Plat. of N', ..f $15'; ,, n' III I'H I. Pun.' : : .ml.;: ?.,. folk lnil I th .Ir '5 h.I. Ih. 1.1..10.. J,.idw ..r M.1ln' I', .
I'"."" "l'I'I" a ,::,n :u,> ',U miil'iliilriil:; '\ Hi the rhurchi I Navy Disc.-Charles Faver Tillls I.. Hi.llun l I. 'rii.. nillli'| Hiiiilh.Itliliirn ,, irllitil i>r,,,.i \ ,in, the County .' Mor. :' ',' "5:,:' ,r",;:: .t:::Id "; : :: 0' SIc "m. In 111. I"
._ WoodmanHIlIt for C .hlldion tlurlmtdpt.Oy 1 .
-- night at for "st.'" 41 B..1 'r
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11115- -I 1111- 51.1'-I, .1f Ih.. 11 \liir. Coast Ounrd Disc Emmett ( "i.I"I! J V/'lll'iKk1;/ :I !;!::7I..n: O.iii ., ,U,.,: ,,,,nk.tdr, I'o.wu'.. 1.t. r.n Horldn., ''h,. wlh'n I. or "5''
the bcncllt ill War P('lief. of ,.. '. .'iIInn ''h,' .1' .,',51.15,1, 'IPhl'II' e ', 11111 ", .
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, I< I II \I. "APTIS 41' 79 lll.l'K UIAMIINI) : \ .fliri. .
I Kenneth Jackson. Htlir: : rI; KUMDIVISIONKrlll ; :: :.:1.1 ) ,' I...ilOt,, In I Ysr I'.j: .o.e. June I. 141Hi I... ,,1", .I Ih., P.lm"I. "
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i7 I !,(;. w-II ,: ; ; ;,:;, ", : ., Tho Hospital Auxlllaiv will '.In:1: I II. 1.0'II"d.y Chat MtK.-Kenneth Jackson to '.,!. Niillll II..,.''I l tot 2 111.15'l'?. '!'?"f ,,,.$05''hip: '' ofNK 17Koulh ''h.I'I': : : .' 'lild: .::;, Ifl ::(,. II I.. Illmk' ,lit.).K",,."f 1.I.l>mily| 'lull I l'reI rnrm.In T.. ,.'r..,,hi.. ,nl"n.! ..,. .,.. PIts.".. 'I.lnn'Iho leo.."

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I Iriu EtLucle Hin.luk' Frhonl H. .. Run | l nr..r.llnu! Ink of W..I DO ,10
night tit the : II. m. J. 8 MichAPUonW ni
Monday 1.13.1.lon ,
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II..:.I.....15. I." ; I l.'s' ;" ., : .5':" iI. .:.: : : Hotel foi the regular I I, ,""''I'n.. m.m..t.MiininopliK M.rl.it ,.. ...hl." .. D.-L. W. Crawford to L. C Lull in I*. SO 4 unit II "Ic'. :,1 hli/he.t ifl'Ai1Wn bhld,',, nt Ih.,"I.1 lulil hou>lo.' dooron Ph.. (*'h..h.to.f 11.I.I Mile All, of or Int.IIIl'l .".I tOlltln 21h oh, : lr M.,10N', O.oml

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: I" : : : : SIlO, p. hvpnlni HIVKHHIUK I'AHK C lonlHlnmii I K ncrt.. T 8.HI AomhI.lr"
'I : : : : monthly meeting and will be sid.Id.y-. Clements l'nrt of llov. Lot n.hl'i.rfi, S3.Tn Mm-h., mill,,. oh,:h 1.Ihh.4'\ ilny, of It 0::. .I ''. ,

\ III. 'I' followed[ by a social hour complimenting S ,S.", ",. m. Ml.).wrpk "piuypr' mo,'l Inn, Mtg.-L. C. Clements to I,. W. .. nihll> 17 Ki.nlh ln., 1 :I.I., ""rtf.; : .'"!'. ,,N... M.RI.. In; t0.SclVsun..pd, R. C. Me.Donouirh T T. .01', (.f HT, nn.lllnry RhOSAttorn. .d,

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fII,,,, .."....Ii, ,,' ," ." Miss BciKliott Nlel- Tim con Crawford. 14 Ini" Ilk HI' Illmk J it. POMhKlll: All if >.lil property Iwlntt In thi, .14 11.
------ -- Port >>. \\.I :: KMT: HI,IV't' ,$ ;, ifTni. I !I-k, rl'n','StI',,,ui, .f Martin ('Unl'v., County,, of Mnrlln. Hlitte, of rliulil.I'nlr. ..
I"lilt -Al I.t" .I'hii. ..',." 1'.01.,,,' I." "..5., ,. ", icn. the new hospltiil siiperln- HrV, "H II. 1'lllt 1$. 1'0'1hLL --- L ADVERTISFMtNT : rl. NW1 S. Wi..l ,. h.I.., I 1.1,1 I,(IIIM .' .. .,..'It i-rHlflwte, or i.rllflriltei, LEGAL ADVERTSE '
I '' .1., .,". II. .5. II ,, .Is, ..5513(1A'I' ,Indent UNO AY- 5 III, 1.1 ". I'lIU. I I.. I' II 1'1" ,'"'' l'Il .ill. ( ".nil,. I s" ihll hull !I.. i... .<'miillnir, Inw th.
,in., l hn.li, Imnl : N.llTOUS I. .li-.hii 1. Hmilh,, K 1l0',,.. I > I M. IIINN I'. rI .1..0. .,, .... NOTCE OF APPLICATIOI,
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) FOR SALE! 2tt It. Cruiser --'-- --- : I ,. M II ': ': Ie,' 'IIsA''' ::!:' MANIC Ii:" :1. ..r ...lrl.u''.. .lll |I. ...Id I. the hil S 0. I'S -
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11'' A-I onditlun has Kulleytoilet I (: \\iis:" 1'111"A MIDI h. I Is HI';'HHIt' : Thin, l nnrk.'l "111 :V :" In LEGAL ADVER- 1.lhh. M lt.i,.11,1 5 In month of ril.iimry' ,
,I'. m., W's kIt SI' I" ii. Ph '",.I" ,,,.,M, ,I ,,IT 'ih "inN.I.n..rl'h"I" ,". ". ''I'I' I.I, a ..r II.h. 'mi". hl.h I Utkp roiirth d.ln' of !15.5. 'IS IIHIHtY: (,
etc ) loui I Hilly OF ,,.
-' 8)pcjs| games party will be given t IIOLIC 21", ".. I I.".. .r I M.I.I.. I AI. k IIl..lI,, 1I.n. A"dilun 14. 101iCI AIIICA .OR A' 'iiinr) lllltl \.1" p 1'.1. h..hl. of
equipped Can be seen at France ST. JO rPH'i- CA I i ul",lei uilh ,h,. I lirk, S.sSI.p, 10, ..: : 14slh. ..... l.t.il. ihi. rhlnl ilciy nf J.nuiry,. "". 1'.2. .. th.of .
ut I 8 Tuesday nliiht at the Wornin fi A. 01111.' ,II" ,,,,' ..",, I I",. ,",",,\ ,,, M..ln ilTmu.' 42"N Sod. ..ploIsIn I : (PS Bill No.' 1631Nolir mn I '. July A. IBM h,. f.,
1'nP.C limno' I 1..UrS: ThmIINHIHIDI
Apt. Dock. H E. Wiley at Wiley Club. for the benefit of the .1. I.IsSl45 ('',, l''. t1."..5 5.. "","" ,,,'SI'S, .r ''." : I, IIINfrrr I'. J. n ,I'OMFnoY my "(CI'., aol 5.. ,,. 'p.l I
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Dock R F. Wiley Motor Co chinch M".!"., a 0 "n.1, 1 ",','In0. 1,1,..,,,,..I.IIt.. .,,,,,..5'' ''hi1..,,,,, ,.S''h. fl 11,1. < ('.OMH PlIANT:: SI fMr Or IN. M1MM.\S. hi. ,ifp. an.l ( HAKim' K. Cl.rk fr, riirult, Cnur"of"r Mn'' rO..lv., 'n t.n d.rd, I., In,. I ln.ued. 1 "tliilllflrnli
Episcopal ., :___ IlIAC It5VI'.II.' Toa.hI.o, a. .511II I'A'I'U.KHIS. I.. .1.1.' ,. of 'f.ix. ("..nilfl.inn 1 t"III. ,'n,lIt .. .. Ihe f"
Phone 291 Jan. 17. 24. 31 _- ----_. _- ISPISCOPiLI.iRVICEO ",",t I" "",.. Soot "''ootIt', H N. 1'1 5 I-.I..I Ihr Slit. dny nf 'II"5 ,,,, 'nun. I 8oitl .e5, lhnI ,Pr"lanly In Ihe Cutli'i iof
,:;, 120 Went I hnd fclrcrtkl I I." .... 4 4 .\'' !, I Nil-Hi, I.o'Ilho it> S niKiiriiY' l'IFlr. i>. r. PI5.l, ",. Mori' I.Trnrt I.. '"
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I.S., I.5,5.. "I". or SI').. 110. S-II, 51,..'. 1R.: M 1-MllN I : M.". Itrclor JUST RECEIVEDNEW 1HHSTH.H: OP TIllS: ISrVKNM. IVI I1'loVtMtST N<>. 1"'"). i I...ieil ihi' nth 'P.,' of .I.Iy". ,. .II.,, ', I5ems>, ..,..tn. n I I.m. '
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IJ'tI NIINItY CHANlltllfI II 1 00. "hj, ; gallons of gasoline. and 32888 ", --ll"h 5"I.to,1 I "tP Pour 1946 1'l.LSIIIIIA.J.. K. POMFI; 'rim; l>rrd t., I IK.ul 5 l..IIPd, lh .1,. p. t".I. ." 2 2 to a Ins .
''h.'v 1.-s., Sill" N. .. .,Ifk.. 1',10., if Monlh' Scimni, ""o I HnPIRST ,,."'" r I 10A""t. .ilirionp, ,| >ml ..i.Ihe full wlnil d.n- OF APPlIcATION FOR TAX 11.n ( rln''. T. 8. "5
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'sallons ni keioseiK in Dctem- t'I"n., 1 ".. "" ('., irll.d, 'uriin' '' l> 5 h", thi, County' of MnrHn DFEO I. ...nlftl.lnK 10 .er, -
'.'llllllllll'lI JlUlililcR 11551115 $-?... w,' -. WIRE STAPLERSDESK S"i 5, Hint. of rloii.lii. ,,..wl"I. HOIII., Bill, No 1162i.il"I. Th. "" .. nl of Ihi- "
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...,,' .1 II.... fI' sapt N..,.. ..rr"".."'. II W.nlnndTh",1 LECAL ADVERTISEMENT I.", >, Illmk al 'mi.i.tlt.ly' 11 :, GIVEN 75.' r. I,tlh'p,.nw J. K. lphstoI ,
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I IM VI I.IA'rP. /I1P.I.I'F.IIY n It.. ... IIu iiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimi I II l''S' ,.,. ., ", ",'''' ,1,1,,I 11ly (",,m. MODEL NonCE OF INTiNTI0N TO MAKE I'll 5. I' I' Co l'v.. ... .,,. I I"u) .".. 10.1 f. ..hl "' r..l"w.. ,1'nl.,1 n..dh'. 'n I.w. S
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".5" II """ I' LOST & FOUNDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPIIPIIPIIIIIIIIIIIIP APPLICArION Ion FINAL iJls. T. K a.. K r. 41I I. I.'d, ,." il.nrrll.ed t In. 0,11, h.
"" r-. \ip"in N.," II,ill".h llnifrWANTED ; i CHARGE 'II I he ,,..e,>m SI..r, I.". IS e ' IIIII1III'' METHODIST GET YOURS AT In Th. COII ol Th. County Jude., under ,thi. ,,"I. ,lfl..I.. I U.np.l I. ..n. I I..,ss,,,.,.... ''h,. ",..,".'1.,, nr,Ill. Pr"le'PI'' ..ttlh' ,. fii.l, MnndnIBi In.nl"' ,.

.....,..10" i"....... ..i .u............: ... ,. ."..".."."...", .: : .\ ,, ,::: : :, : I IIT W.., tocond Slrrcl Miirlln County. 5...I. ol Hurid.h .. In Ihe num. "f rilwnnl: A. Ils.I.",,. ",,.I S 'II 10 o'oon. ,.. I I", ..hl'h II. o s.0S' "...".,1 1\.10 lllI",,) 101'1.' "hlh "I
I \\ "h.... ''' ,' ", \ \ ,, llhV "i.I.'lt./ Al 1..1111.1.' r.to I. Hi" r;>lnu of John Mill.riii.1. II N. ..,"..1. ".,"" "' ,S'"IIIlIy is. rol." p1,,, ...I t."I.,, .
I ., "'' I ,, SundayH STUART NEWS 11:1IFlt.I.1 I ro u:(.\'S. ) Ih.lyI'nk.'. ,II..!'.. 111,... 1' ". 10.155. 100t..iii" 1'\, \ ''hi. 'I hlrl Iy ,
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\\ ,\ ) laumlrx' workers for I.'" I' h"" ,' ,. I ,. \ .. .. ,, "'. 1 Illuikhuin. II>'. ",.0 1"I Ke, Wllfr,." OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. II.SIIY "OMF.G\1.U........" I d""h., Ihi.i".I In, III b,, .o..ld to the Yiiir ..C h.,",.... Jl'v,,' ) ig.]. of ('j unit. n.of 11PMClrt'k Mrlnildn I",,
01. h 01, "n, h" 10 "'' "''''. (: "0,1,101', I, u'rlrE I 5. h..bv .h'n ''h., I hhV', llllthe 1"11." nl' 'Ihe touit, ho... "'IoeI" I Lot.\ t\l\ .nl, 21U Illock Ils |1.0' r.,1.
second shift. See .tndy 'Isimai .. ,, .." ., i, .',....1. .',.".. hlpIII III. "5 my I.'", I .,."I'. t. ."Ill). .h. f Mondny Ih. .a. Hliiek Lot | .
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at reojile's laundry.V U Illuikliuin, I l..l.. ll,lii, ,,,, I 5,11, ,. tIt.t''I'I l '- iiy i IJIUTIV 11t
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-Sunday :
.. r'Om, .I,. I"r i III".'i' dil.Ili, Jim Riihlnoii Ihinn 2 III' Btu.rl. IfTKUSSLS 8:4 .lon'h. 1. NOTICE OF 81.

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orida Long 'Land of Flowers I I t',e bureau of the state depar build up adjacent low lands. An '1,700 feet along] Ih( Injjal1

n"nt of agriculture to carry oil: id\antnKe of the basin. he be- River, and 575 1(11 I I,, l"? It, 1 Ii,_ .

ikes{: Commercial I Flower Activity b tin provisions of the tsate-wide lieies, will be I the fact that It Is sen-Btuart road i n J, ?. "? I -
fed by a small fresh watfortrlbutaa'y
I links/ and brands registration I cently built an a'\!) :\(r tl( }humr! "I
wqn. :md Inspection law of Florida and should provide In the triangle at 111(' Ii't' 1"1. ,
fresh water anchorage : ion of the Jen' c ,
ii ;1'1' )(' 1'1(1
creased growing or i !dowers 1 the dollars exceds I orin". I.n'eI 1 1' The list Is not complete and JatkKoiis property extends [((
w'A and Bewail POdI, ,' ", d
horltculturil sprru111J]\\, for! In 1939 there were 8.700 :acre Scott Is making every effort to
markets I In Florida planted to nursery sI select Inspectors who will have
sat reemphasizesda'
) $
products\ trees i shrubs, vine the confidence of rittlcmen In -
), position? as the Land of and ornamentals i lower! and! I 1 .oJI the area seivcd The Avoid Cold Weather
ere, the respnxh( ) \liton of .
I vegetable seeds, bulbh f llowei' menu embrace six
Florida State Chamber) of I I J
and plants Sales 01 these Item ranging 1 throughout\ PPPOlnt.-1
merce commented tucliv in Wt have a few circulating: Hot Air Oil H'aleraand
In that year amounted lu $3- :: from nil!:hwisl at

''eckly buslm'" ic\lov 731.000, according to Ow F{'de nl Ta\lor iiuntlis t In Lee. llendiv Portable Electric Heaters in stock Si r. itsIit. 'once

e commeicliil flower Inclas- : Census, Aci'cages increased" rlI 1- 1 I and Collier: I i II'' the, snifliJACRSOS I

las long bf'l'nIn important through 1941, then shrunk some h. .1ft -- and avoid di.appointments.IIumphries .
leas in the stud Cut down 30 cent. Value, however have 1i I
per '
he.Industry"scythe dwindled 01 war necess'ty hi across '! IncciascJ an the estimated 75 percent se' I '.,.' IJ J PLANS P Tire & Appliance Co.

during war years

non-essential during the O'iorlda's sol), equaole climate 1/ J I Phone 139 Ft. r: -'-c", PlaNO .
few years. Toti. v it given YACHT BASIH 1 AT
und long glowing season make J0\\) UKH.IIT\ was one of 1 PUH I>U'TCIIn horur- 1ed I jostmiiM! ',nn was H ------ -
'nce of returning> apPI'I'I'I.lal'ger :
the state exceptionally well first rntrv In the high sthniilrmilfKl I
I two rmxlidalet clrUed her
thai blurt Already by l Itv her school classmates ----
suited to lie growing of flowers high school class : : as I for Spurts, Queen. Shereceived I JENSEN BEAGH80at
to enter the
:..,. and plants Florida l ads the one of two candidates for a high vole fOr IKIJIIIluilV : ) WONDER
:> I rnnltsl for Spoils Queen, j Sporls Queen for lOUi, .
nation in the production of as- J I IIIJ with her classmates
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:all parlous! other i lumosa states fern and shipping Canada Dale! /Hipson/ nnd! Hnu'> Bnk Channel To Be Dug In / i

Dosloii ferns are also KIDWII IIJ SOCIAL NEWS of STUART Ili IliMI. j man lilt lust Ilnnsduy ill'Ouilp'svllle from Waterway Jntracountrtl s good . I it t'It sEHRET'S

t \ md "shipped In quantity, Tint to ra-ontei the' Unl- I

h"s largest 'ul-Jowpr I! buslnrs \erMtD| Florida when vhili I Kenndh Jackson plans t Ill\

r Ue stare i si,,.,.s,id, ) i |I' in gladioli with estimated find Mrs, B II Daniel of Mi and MM Frank IFllke of I cdiicolii: WIIH Intiiiuptid by build a :>nibt basin on his pi..u- BEER
Before (till' VI I'ttIMPOItTANe normal plantings( of 6000 acres, Newman, Oa" ore guests of his 1: Troy: N, y. arrived Monday to 1 the' \\ui petty In the "iwills
brother) and slsur-tn-law, Mr spend the winter with Mis I 1'0Int-JPI1-j In
E .,fSUI.F1CIES'I' Otliii bulb flowers and plants --5- I sen Deaih area
filth: Im<'hide Faster: Illllcs, nuulssltiibnasrs and Mrs, Ralph Daniel of Lain Blake in For &ewall. Mrs Ethel 1 1Sjt'lrllarrlved Monday Jackson who btilll( a 7* by Ion

INSIRAM I: On! \,,in //i cannas and cnladlumi fornia' Avenge' MI. Daniel call-I I night\ from Washington to foot boat sioiau plant on the I FAMOUS FOR
lust i( tin in'd from three P-5 Albert M .
Home, nlth \,MI1IOS ',\- Orchids( and other iropli ,'eivlri fenriRley Is ex- ';(lull foe an Indaflnlte time withher I !i property someriK\ OHO, has in- FINE FLAVOR -
eiveixeasC ted to arrive his horns
pet at .
:/ 01 I Brad ("slid ..il Mowers and house plants! are I rosin !Mr, Carroll Duns- formed the News that ho oiikUntli! ('J I IMI1IM : ( in. important feature( ol thetitrx a 411 Akron Avenue from) Uic cunibe, and Mr DiinsromiJe of of the Robert Blown SINCE 1866
II, Oavtltv ul Philadelphiahas ) Philippines (lie llrU of next Dredging\ Co ol Tampa to ar-
iiddliloti :
The -ime: mill N I llowei industry In M I. Liitl Estate!:
Applies) 1n'tWit to standard shrubs aid or come to bluuit to spend his week 9 __ slue In about 10 days tu' dk a ,,
vucctlon fishing with his Mend channel 100 feel wide and 8--
llt\ISIIIM.S! ; ,. Replacement : ------- :
John Dtinscombp over-
was an
J. J Clack, who Is hire for the Mi!. and Mrs, Clarence: E ROM I feet deep all the way from the

roarhlg, 7IIINI( ash t I:Are..tMiNll1'I SAFE. DEPENDABLE: wink i on Simlnoli Avenue ot LanK island, N Y arrived night MI'S.guess; Carroll 01 his parents D unseam Mr bei Intiacoavtal Watti..,vuy;. i channel 1 I ENJOY A

.' : : PEST -_ % Friday to( spend the Inter with aid to the plant Thi i channel I will'
II :a i 'v i> CONTROLCall Mr, und Mis Lloyd C, Travis Mi and Mi., W, O Penney at !*i.indiu on a return trip font I IIP 1.600 fi(,et lone BOTTLE OFEHRET'S
Von EJIO OI'IJ; ( ON) Atlunt tll Fnl.t Lauderdale with
I'till ned( from hurt Lauderdale 440 Ilblwiis Road:\ St, LuirlE.statos South of UK plant In \\ha Is
!' ,- I II I (III. I....55Comes "i e5 4s lucsday evening. alter spending : i I' win surplus. transport_ I now swamp IIIPT a yacht basin .
: Ii three days vfMtlnK\ Mr and Mrs -e- -- ------ i will be dim! 3110 fpftlde by COO TODAY !
1'Qrrr' W. D. Coburn and itttendlng the Miss Cht'cChl'e Rlcou of Miami J, M, DAUGHTRY IS II feet Ions Spoil will be used to

ED MAPP !' e,P Red Cross War Fund conference\ was the oveinlfejit\ (rills'! of her BRAND INSPECTOR DISTRIBUTOR

u' rylrrh yu e -- patents Tuesday at tnen home .r
I PVm Klml nl'l lI }N Mi. and Mis Samuel \V, Trajloi '- In Fkloiado: Ilei 1 Jhtll. .1.I M Dumhtrv was appointed] ROTARY CLUB ROBERT KNOBEl-Wholesale Beer & Wine
111'111':1111 I : returned irom Allentown, -- -- I tl hi Is wrlk( is inspect i 01 l milks STUART N'. 112!
:-1 4). 2049 N, Miami Ave, Miami Fla.
Phone H I'O S"rude MK s? oii>,'-win, iiir M .1 w'ri..Anv 12.15
.. 1"1'1111.. Frldiiy to theli homo, Lt, and Mrs lC, Oiovo' ants j und I hl'.IIHI, I lor i :\1:1: 1'1111) mill' 5LIII'HOLM'S I.
1: A'i.R :":. Telephone 2-5824
" n W m I Coin Brxh. rl..ld.!! Bulls All', Pint I '>(wall. little daughter, Mailnnne, hei I Ht\-I'II') in i ')prrtOr t 1111",' bra" n ; ) .- .t" ,
"'-.. -C-- parl'ntMI\fI'. and Mrs Silas Mof- .,POII'I'I '\' 'cI I Ill tll,' ,1 l.llt't )b\ hire I III NAY ( .\IIIt ., '!,e SERVED AT MARINE ROOM BAR

=Ot ..: -- -- .- Mr nnd Mrs L, C, Clements lilt and aunt, Mil Roscoe Mof- I V! Frill( C 'I1.t'l I 'lIp'n'1| ) 1 Inc>

of the Fiance Apartments have fltt of Port Sew all Il'tlast\ week j --

.SERVICE" had as their house guests, his "hy motor for their home in In-

5-DAY IIM t her. Mrs, John R Clements! dianapolis. Lt and Mr.s Grove ,' :
I i Rebecca'! Qa? and his sister have been here for more than / ;
I'Mrs. cheule De Feo of r-dlml. a year and leave many I in'ends. I ; A f

ON a aSHIRTS 9 'Vn Clements. I om[ the recently Sl.'hn'lIl1.t ieturnndho hospl-, Mr. WIlliam- \Vclsenbem- of :' G 4 'V HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY I1eagrrlt

Shaker Heights Ohio, Is the I
LISA in Jicksonv;: where he
house guest of Mi and :Mrs. ,
'iiiUuv.','in a ton.,iltitomyMi ,
Stanley Hitching at :lieli Home ...rerllra..e 1
I on the St Lucie River
'. '. And Mis C. E, Snyder 5Corp. --
0 !have niihed\ from State College, .
M ;e, -" D I tll vacation the OeraldThoma.- MS been HASTY
"nn) at France discharged fi" >m servk after 18months DON'T BE TOO
with the :nd'1 Army in

. -5--- Germany and irilvcd Tuesdiv
2 D :\11 1 ,111d11'8: Pjbei: S Kias- night at the hoiif \.\: his parents To buy the first Electric Appliance yon can get See the Firestone Line of

: k1 I Mis\ Krcfckcy was the foiit '- Mi. and )Mis '' O Thomas.
'' :Miss Flora Hipson i left ,
on Riverside Drive St Luele
LAUNDRYStuart g )j I T hiuodav by motor to make theiri Estates ELECTRIC STOVES ICE BOXES AND 'WASHERS

i i i iii home In Newoik City. -
] ,\li { '<"kI'Y has taken a posl- Fail Dyer Rloou went to Leek

Fla. n I to'1, with the Colonial Air Lines Haven, Penn? last week and SOLD ON EASY TERMS -'i'! ::3 DOWNCOLEMAN'S
-I- !flew back with a Piper Cub

U MI. and Mis Kenneth harper plane for his father. Earl Rlcou
54 Ave.
Flagler Phone 287
Uo -----
and little daughter Janet who Mr, and Mrs..J. Broi Cailbeigof .
'have, ben the guests of his parr Palm Beach are In residence/

=----::IOClO=- -- =.--:lOClOc:=:::lOClOC=- --- -oaocano :: / nt>., Mi. and Mrs. J, Y, Harper, 'I at the Gardner house on Sew all:s ELECTRIC IRONS ELECTRIC HEATERSLarge
===:: =::::: o=000: :: :: -::= -aocao 01 1 Riveiskli Park left Tuesday Point.
I 101 :hell home In St Thomas --
Oitiilo I Joe Robeiti of Miami w',is a i weekly supplies of
We receiving new
Victory BarOPEN i ._ !I weekend guest of Ml. and Mr.I .- are Heavy $1 750
Evans of Cmlhmlnv. Iron
Frank Stetson: Jr arrivedvesttuluv Crazy : -- LASKOLightWeight
!I I front Chevy) ChaseMd St. Lucie Estates. Mi Roberts

.. to visit Mi, and Mrs, Willa- was a school mate of Mi Cum WESTINGHOUSE

UI lord n. Leach at Tuckahoe, -5-- UNIVERSALG.
DAILY 9 a. m. to 1:30 a. m. C the Ii' home on the Indian River, Quests rising at the Stu-ut $998
Hotel include Mr. and Mis W PENN-AIR
SUNDAYS 12:30: p. m. to 1:30 p. m.PACKAGE Mi Stetson t recently returned 0 Porker of Windiest. Tenn .1 E. (GENERAL ELECTRIC)
I I1'om serving In the All Corps)
W, H. McCormack! ( of Oieens
>2 IIDII:lis In flench :Moio,( ('('oAlili (
GOODSSOLD j built N C., Mi nid Mrs. WII-
'n, Hum B Buddy and daughters I We Are Stocking Complete Line of Bolts and Washers I I

9 a. m. to 12 a, m. 0 Mis: c A. Bowles left Monday 01 Wyomlsslng Penn. M. and
Mrs, E, W, Campbell of Akron
for her home In Atlanta
( i of-
Except Sundays e Onto! Mi find Mis\ : Pmil Con-
tii vlsitini her parents and sisII'r. -
elder\ of Mendvllle( Pcnn Mi SPOTLIGHTDe
i. i. l\fi\[ and Mrs Lee F, Teirellmi THE PLASTIC
and Mis Tom\! Powell, Mr. and
MARINE ROOM-BAR 1 Mis E. J, Smith, Ji. at
Mis. FledVrstei' and Mi and Household Fixtures of
their home In St. Lucie Estitesinnmitils Luxe
\'rs. U, Nienbci all of Covlnilon,
ly. --l

DANCING NIGHTLY TO :30 P. M. p cl meieasliiR quantities --- I Finished in Gray Metalic COMPLETE BATH SET OF 6 PIECES
OIl ,runu'illas azaleas and RniUnuis '- $1 0
Mil Call Onllmei of Mllvsnulv Lacquer Complete with 9 5
( al i gl'own. c nill\ed by plane la'll'l'ck t $5.25
n nC rioi'Icli,ins should not leave tu visit her son-In-law and mounting

A-l MIXED DRINKSTOMMYs Hie business of beautlflcatlon to daughter. Mr and Mrs, Meiiit: SANITARY-EASY TO CLEAN-NEW
lU the states 1,200 authorized nurserymen .
and attend the I
Paulson Rainwater -
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and state agencies such .Piulson wedding Line D.D.T.
as the Forest and Park Service
BAR Mote lond&lde beauty In sowing Mr, and Mrs. George(; Flemmlnd

ol field flowers and In the plant- of St, Lucie boulevard(: entertained In Liquid and Powder Form

WELCOMES YOU iti of flowering trees should be at dinner Tuesday evening SPECIAL-rPER DOZEN 39
AT ALL TIMES on the agenda of every Florida Mr end Mrs\ MicRelman

loniinunlly of Oak Lyn, N, Y. POKER CHIPSRich


5" !''r" PACKAGEGOODS OF IF IT'S LUMBER Packed Satin 100 Finish to Box $249CULTIVATOR K.M.AEROSOL D.D.T.in Freon BOMB Gas.

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MIXED DRINKS CALL OUR NUMBER Full Line of Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, Hand Cultivators .

, it r Lawn Brooms Picks SledgesA.
Wolverine High Quality Gar- ,

OUDWEISER Phone 66 den Tester 18 inch steel $6 95

ON DRAUGHTIce wheel. B. Radio Power Pack Batteries

Cold Beer by the

"..;; Case to take time*out. at all Casa Lumber Co. I SAVE $ $ BY SHOPPING THE FIRESTONE WAY I\


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----- -- KIWANIS HEAR SOUTH LEADS IN Garden Club Made Yule Cheerful LY


YOUI I D. J S WI II hUI1S. diiittui i1 I FOREST BLAZES For Men at Navy's THEA

Public Health lor the Southern! -

CABIN BOAT I Division of Florida gave an ins .- -- I, At the December meeting: of 1'0111':11 1 : 11\1: Y I ',I I \III pngta >-
When it tills 01111111IIIIIII II Iii announcementwas 1 1)1(1110( < PROGRAI\\
to have i tereotinu; talk before the KIwanis I Careless And Indifferent I the Garden Club toll I.l, ,t tau

way at tl dub 1-rlday Dr. Williamsiilscumcd Public Blamed For Palm City made by the president Mrs pIClUI I 1111 1 till I 1 1'1'11'') ( lone 1 THIS \\
Sleeps Two Built in 1942 Infant mortality pie RavagesNew I' I Ivuiliford R Leach, that the I' I lute( mil\
B. DAY Red "I ell|| u 1'(1 :\
By ..
venta'ive and immuiil Martin County Chapter .
4 Cylinder Chevrolet Motor measures -- I 'J'1'II'Y :and!
PAINT( l I.lion aitahut diseases, lie alsotrf.scd Oilcans. ,iFNSi' Responfcibllity till II III111111111111111Ii III Ii Cross had asked that the Oai- hl-lnks) willi
Box 987 Reasonable Price the need of a count \ for 300 million dollar 'Ilk Film tinV' >man's ''I dcn Club of Stuart take care of Robert Livh14e101 'Blurbelill'In \ )

At Seymour Gideon's Inn I nurse In each of the six counties I to Southern forests by will hold then ieuul.il( Christmas ananfsemenU for which John (timeline) is it i
'= comprising the Southeast Dis decade is muling on Hldi. Jan. 25th Witham Field to decorate and Juiin bx da\' "nd .1 111)1,1'ny ) ,
fire during the past I Don
the men Double Featur
2.JO 111. lit the Parish to supply a treat for
I' careless and In- P xi man'ho i '
trictn placed upon a from nlKhl XMHi i xi( i\ i
<'sklent Oeoine Keith Kim J, oj the Palm City Church i spending the holidays away Feature.
different public by Cljde \ 01 f to
Ills I"1( (
path' ):
,, him
a /loved
it report on l the mld-wlnlei cun.fel"rl1Cl' Baser, southern manager for the t re<'1 'h! business meetiiiB home
of the Florida District I American Jorcbts products Industries ''n'I hoar will be held and I Mrs F. D Jones service chairman death

Jon-on Beach Fin. Box 383 Klxvanls meeting( held at Orlando Inc In an article en- I ,islimcnts served by was asked to take charge Frldii.Siitiuil( )ix Ji" 2;' .1; R1mI'

January 12 and 13 L. L. I titled Tlllamook Burn Wan a ('))stases., All mcinbcis I and select a committee Plan Another double Jl'aII'I':\ mil)id-

_.n --- Million/ companled Keith to I Mere Bonflie appealing In the fut nil,H are urged to be were announced and club members "DdlllhlflllJ Duller( : our UELiGHTVANGEf
01" linclo Christmas issue of Southern Mi nnd Mis Paul I I, f.ly I and lI'uests'L're Invited to j ins
=-='- -- Di J D Parker spoke on Lumberman UK'' (inildreii returned last \\ I help In various wa>'i, A generous laiuh-loiuUd" <1 Hi Into nt' '1(1
r'L hi.ilth condition In Mai'tin I money to buy music and fUll -t.IIIIU t ): JIIJI i
Of the total national forest ifiu a holiday vacation In I response provided
('011I1a i Hit need for a of fruit cake Baskets Rdpl1 U< l,un\ ,("p-1
House and Two Lots acreage burned In 1944 the ::ukU the former home 12 pounds Powell! cold : I
lil[ : 'uiinix: IIIIIMSUNDAY i eleven Southern States contiiI I-I I Mi MYI8 Mi and MIll, I of( cult were donated by :he following polled bx Con -1.IIrl't i :\lulIl'I'' .sod Jane Powell Ra

I buted 85 percent he states ixpeit to spend the winter I i : Mr Charles Oreenlees I's.11(11)\ I I'
I Oil 10] i -
Ii; IS ANNUAL adds that thrce-fouilhs of the Colfrin Mrs Carl Bess Mis Arthur DC- Constance Mocre

; FOR SALE ; : YOUNG PEOPLE'S DAY files were deliberately set' This flvm'lIsL Cpl! i : Hankie:u Palm City I hon Mis W R, Leach and Mrs, rlami ol Hi' 1S't''l, \ IIItl'lIc1li"-",'tI MIa Trmher too 1''if 0
THE ANT ;II Knowles. Im! the on: 'in!) i the' ruudy ttl Ilk'*HMI.

IN 2.L :1 I I Sunday!: I Is Yi mm Peoples Day I I' )challenge of the to South the future can be piospcrlty met' '\i ok rn i route Fiunkic back to. who his is In spite of the sugar shortage, ( with Johmx Bark i Uitmii, n i.\'- (7"J-l \
vNAT w, : ONLY $1,500 IlL IlLTO 111 the isbMuiun hen and I i only by arousing the public to j the n medlutl( I I ('orpsVaE cookies! and candy were made I mood Haiti n .ml/ J'an00' <1. -

IN LtSr \\hl''lIl/.hJu: the nation The I the need for placing all forest to twu patients I and donated by Mrs C B Win- bury.
-' We Must DC The World and to1 iiiconipuny I Atwood Mi', Satu 'dux; -Slll1l"I i i\ J.ln 2"-28 ('E,tTt'RGii :
THE FIRS I WHO COME" WITH CASH JI I ileac 'is | lands in protected areas Origin to Coral Cables. Fla Bred Mr Horace I
\%'(" Winl The prull'am11I! i the necessity for the enforcement Aldrich Mrs Richards, Mrs A ramouni pi:< .ent 'Du'urcharyU'tlde"
II 1i ludr talks tn Dill Armor. Joan I of forest protection laws Mis" Leon Parker airived C Courson and others who \\ltli Hdtx Hutton, the

:.: ose : THEODORE DEHON & SON :; : ,
Mil w. pll I:1 ,I I Iluu says months visit hue at the .
,,'.'" ': I IONV' Dorothy i 111111"! i will\ Betty I South can make; It will give so her sister mill I Hie Red Crass donated a gen- \mklina I m 1".1
I DEHON BLDG PHONE 81 ''I i 1'. ,I :M tin"sin .11,i :IK ,1"/10, / riic : imn.li for so little; It will retain oi I cruus supply) ] of hard candles more" 01 ,1 i \\omallholn.OII.IirVl'r : 1 Jo':
1 law :Mi and Mrs Chas stows
.. I pistol Di C' A ('al rill will be present vo d-ilng') industries I together: with 1J pounds of get". sir' PIII\( s to Arturo Jam i
-- ;us i hlyd t! III ('ulldll,I i<'\\lll the "''\'- which tank among the three A le \' lends i of LeRoy stitrar: which was made Into aailcty
= : = .et' b) I 3.11,11 1\' 11l.1'I1 (1 runs I'UI11- ,I largest: contributors to the ceo- his mother surprised) them \ of attractive candles and !'

- i out: '''Hi D?. I Lau I[ nomic wealth of the South and 'I hili sday evening, the oeca I fudge by Mn Howard \V Neal 9uesclay-Wetut'(1,1.< (! Jan J9- 1- --- -

6 I ,Kill provide materials for the be'lnLeRoy's\ birthday. A Mrs 5 C. MoUItl and Mrs R 11;" "On 8\1 iu" E'I'I'bodIS) CARTO

I I expansion of plants now in opfiatlon '- ant evening was enjoyed by A Moffitt, rolled; indlo. 111.1) ) it9c 1 :ln\v: with
ANNOUNCINGFIRST Mi. mid Mis\ Walter J. "Speaking ofSERIA
and for the establishment .
At 2 p,m, Dec 21. the committee the trio of 11'.1Ihl'I Spllll
HOMESAND I I of new ones; It Mill build ol Royal Oak Mich. of the following met at three of tin ''I'i' in must I lol- -----

CLASS SERVICE new hones pay increased taxes. Jan 0th and will be the : i Witham Field: Mrs \\. R, Leach licking stars J.a I: O..k i :(' Pegey

I Ills) pay envelopes. and make all loi j Uw weeks of EV I Mrs J. C. Taylor Mrs M R Rvan and Jllhl1l1\ ('' ,t PLt-=

HOME SITES t apes of business a nil pi oft<- Mi:. Bacon is maintenance Matheson Mrs II, W Neal, Mrs ;idtos: 10 u ''I '": ,, Ihl'II'1hm'Mlay ) ,\\(' CHAPTLRSUNDAYM
At sinus for, I I' uthn Coiihlilln' Shrine ,
I I iiioir prosperous.l'nltttt.1'ON s I CUrtis Whitlcar/ Mrs Bartlett ONl1': .1w :31
ON WATER FRONT I Royal Oak 'Mlth Mrs J', D Jones, Mrs Alice Gray Anolhei' di,nbi,, I:' ",,tu' 'I1lu''d<1..
/ : Jordon lidmiiish, of "BLARRC
and Helen a:ay. Ransom" In tthal1)5 I 1 1i \( liI\;\ 1.1,
St. Lucie GrillOur Mrs. Rodgers Dtnckla, represcnthg .Jl'iI I'SOI1.oJ: y i h living
Income Properties A call went out over tin pub for tun ..""d, i 1 hIII, 1 ) ,.u 1111 111\1',
: Jupiter Inland war Wallace Bull also ol Port .
lie address system for assistance Al>t "IL 1 : 1 I 11.1, : t it ,Id
OFFERED BY elected to the Board of the Martin Ipr ol1. Mi Bull Is I I I
and there was a generous: sup the 1Ii',1'1'' ; ', '" 1 101\110\ (1\
Staff I I., Now !
CompleteTo 'his
County Chapter to fill the property on Second I'L'I
I ply of manpower\ provided. Sets hit, a 5(1.'I.uL) ;, ".. ''dlllli 1 5 It haFreddie
uncxpiiTd term of Mrs V, C I planting trees etc: .
Assure Our. Customers of PEGRAM REALTYCO. teal young men who were soon liI \\1:1'' :' : lid 1 J.1 I II);'
Bartlett who WAS appointed Russell Day Chief \\
to leave for their homes for tin I I.
(chairman of the Martin County I Ofllcei U S Army. located \ _1- ....
GOOD SERVICE hollda>5. worked hard to nnki .. ,...., ,
Chapter Camp and Hospital tin past line 01' four years ., ;;;;;;;;;
things cheerful for the men 1111'1
Committee i Camp Cordon Johnston,
Sea Food, Steak and Chop Dinner REAL VALUES ------ --- --- 'on' the West Coast of were leaving behind A darn 1/ U. JAN 1r
I II] IN his reported that the camp I' more pine trees wen' cur I ,111'1, I AWARE ? ,
Open 6:30: a.m, to 2:00 a,m. on hand for use;
HomeDemonstration bi closed on 01 before \ HUT T
((20 Hour of Service) REAL ESTATE Russell who It a: present Mrs Leach brought II'U:1.:, ,J." **

duller for the camp expects home a truck load of D'.IJ"' i ,.... ,4.t d6(0(
PHONE 298 11 ti umfe1'1'ed; elsewhere peppers laden with fragrant[ .: ) ,I' "J
D, Cotton, Prep Old Dixie Highway Notes berries> and great bun, hr) ,
KRUEGER BLDG It' ">lily Overseas or to : I
crimson lake ,
bouijamillci '
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kept]> in the States
R\' ;MISS UTII.I': ISSIOE oiidon filled tubs and vases ar um, I II i ii, I .,

_----_ -_ - _._ _________ __ __ ..-::-_-= I built Johnston was a looms, M '', Lloyd C;. 1 I., .. I
\j I i tp fol'ar needs
You lia\c' heard people say loaned two sets of Chrlnl t lml'
I Russell was one of the first
"1 am .sick because of something tree light and several box 1'\i IN GLORIOUS Till
I ate". But have you ever heard beers sent there to tart I, blue. silver red and green 11'- I

Victory March Toward Security ,in>'body say he was sick because camp pan) year and oi the so only of the one for' I]' rangcments for the tree Red }rNE AMADILLO IS

if something he did not eat? and green: garlands: and sihnpine .
I t inch to remain there on ) SHIELDED( WITH AN ARMOU1 t TRAVEL'"Seeing '
Food essentials that are so cones were used to AG PTOttCTION
Araer a s lirjcst army u its Army <,f War Bondholder/ lt million Rl"and !Mis Hirri&on drupe AGAINST,
in diet! the Hlt)
nictssiry the ate wasting windows/ on each side of the ENEPMCS ElFOX *>o
lroJig j From our farms and factories, from our cities and I 10\\ ns. ill about us yet we do not get Packard: entertained her & room In a short time the club IT HAS KKJ OTHE.P MEANS

5 torn our armed forces they come. again and again, to imcst t in an adequate amount For example and lends from West loom and two mess hill I or pcm.erioN( WITH THE Et -----
\ -t. it i'I .,;... t. 1: 'if ft.. the citrus fruit so abundant I Beach Vciinellc Wednesday, Jan from a hcene of lOEPTION ,Of A SLOW RUN N
.. l Fulton is
I : in Florida" and valuablefor ,I having
so drab
L : t"f (tjn.J' (,\1'f.4 (t" "t. J; ,,; small building monotony to looms D6K" ......
minerals and vitamins erected on filled with that exciting\: Ha poc". y n., .t,,,, I.. '", .h, ',",,'' nn
= should be used In 'i I lot on 1st Street. to which ,,. ,,, d: TUESDAY.W
grant ,
Amtric. This great savings crusade, born of war, is one of every way atmosphere that unmU wad \Lo" ,1 ur' soon l"eaauis
] ,11)1.1 to make additions ,, ,
: for possible I,! takably means Clulitmas I"'P" "" h"ln I AMEI '& W, JAN 2'''
our great hopes peacetime prosperity. Use in the material I becomes available I ,. ,
orange Juice placeof i i : : On the afternoon hav amyl t" hn ?I ""m'h u"a
And marching within the ranks of these 85 million bond. water vhcn cooking rakes, tiiilding known as the Old :: Chiistmas the before I" of"I ,"" ,

huers) are the Americans who also maintain more than 75 tinkles. iiiunins. candled (iota- ,: building and poslofllce has (:: spread wlthnates| lung and tablv bowls ol t' 73. -

million/ bank accounts, tots uvc kyrup 01 honey lor ;, bought by FreddieVulton. cookies and tandy, wilhicsini' ,
s'Arctcnlim\ I. tclHln: desserts wine changes will no doubt -- RADIO'SI
enough for
II t .;;;r. .. &\ fI etc I I made there soon Mi of a'l'l'k, Tin basket c' '
N .. ", mat were placed around tin) MIRtsU
; d :(tj- Tomato Juice may replace water :: Also bought the house and I tree, The iruit cake and i t'ml-' r I

'i .A t : .A ItI 1A 1\ t In many dishes such asauces tage formerly owned by ant candles were used a- a 'P'I I 'f, glow, ,

f meat loaf and casserole I|I Ceo, W Jones and the 1 lul treat for Christmas dlnni( ) \\I wdh the
aiscnal tor dishes using leftovers l 1 family are now occupying
great peacetime prospcrit) bank I I I The committee for tin 0111- titioaalrao
For a good relish easily prepared I former Jones lesldente The : Ttrrt
itvingsVar Bonds, Victory Bonds'! and excellent to taste i tage U now rented to two den Club of Stuart wMn! ." t"" tt471 "iIillI -. ,_- of "That's ii
Together 1 ( wisely managed, they can help forts the i Sly; tiles Mi and Mis 1'hol11))> make this every Christmas one who at helped\\ith.III.. THURSDAY the Spirt'"
( an.'ill I.oniiin Relish i and Mrs Ida M i
ul ipons of peace: -jobs, industry, fair prices, stabiltt)., I 4 medium carrots. scraped 'i, Leroy Plnncy Pitney and Held a little more dutiful i I", JANUARY 31

I am 11))' security 3 8 to 'r cups sugar I' The Pettit house. which men far from home, fWO LARGE FEATURES

J.:) '- -) C "1 Slice One lemon lemon iwholci, :remove 1 xcedOiind I been closed for several Feature No 1UNIVERSAL iACdPEG
.. 1< has been opened and will tinned to his camp in Califoi
.. -- 3 ri ts 1P carrots and I lemon in food I : "
.h !i (: occupied by 1t', and Mrs after n holiday vacation
choppci Mix and chill ; hl'lI i
I {t 4 & ,'p; ly lioiough-/ Mallory and family with his family, On his ictuu j ras rsc5trDOaaO NNEI

(I I Mi, and Mis C H Voltz: there he was transferred ( COOEC
I i"t t '1 ij .} b t. It. fruits Anothc in the\fcood pl'eparatlon relish uses: tour recently bought two lots 01>1 Morrison Field West Palm i t" / .''COUart boas

Keep on marching toward security! Today, ('!trus Relish Kite and their Third new Streets home on beach where he and his lamih!!\ / l- 8(0511( tttot5r
expect to live '
Mrs MtNc I(50e(
2 upplcs. cored I ( tOatN
while goods arc still scarce and the threat of 1 grapefruit -('ur'lwtal MtNiese! ,recently was the foimei Stella Small i19IntSs.tTURE _( _
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rising prices continues, plan to spend wisely '<1 oinngc cup sugar -- ----


its Insarud this ranel Ard unuaof m'Y.I,' Plan to save regularly. Save by buying more of 1 julrc tablespoon lime 01 lemon i FLOWER ACRES : No, 2

bank scwunu and }your country's Bonds and holding them Save, Rind of 'I orange :

I .., "ondl, by building bank account. You and Put apples through food chop- 1 11/3 Miles S, of Ft. Pierce on Federal Highway v ruarSSreARTHoLOMcwt. I ..
up your "l's
using ,
per coarse blade
PLANTS CUT ,,, knazlLrooAr
your family will reap the harvest of your sacrifice orange remove seeds put GLADS
through food chopper with l'lng'l i LANDSCAPING FUNERAL ORDERS ESTHER DALE WA
and thrift Peel .as
grapefruit remove mem- ',
bianc. cut in small pieces combine Phone Fort Pierce 253-J tit eyl AND m KING

increments: add South Dixie, Route I, Across From Airport

l dl' Chill over night to blend lIugar'j Fort Pierce, Florida

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DOWN, the buying poser. tyour douse UP.S SUPPLIES
P. 0, Box 877 Phone 128 \Mon thru Fri., '

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ncilbers premises, allows this watch a farmer plodding iiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimiii Panama City are living in Mr. and Mrs A L. Brown tins past
Electronic Invention Speeds Editorial Desk
current to enter and leave the along behind the plow. It Bevm house They are both weekend
' power lines but prevents the Odds and Ends makes the way most of us SALERNO employed at the Canning plant. Mrs. O II Johnson and son.. '

Expansion of Rural PhonesAn power current from entering the make our livings down here MIIS O D, QtlGLEY11111I1111I1111I111111111111111111111I1111111111: Jim Brown 8 1-c U. S. Wavy of Bobby and Raymond sad Mrs '

telephone instrument, Mrs. Patsy McCord wants me look downright easy ( Mayport his brother Sebron R Ed Johnson of St uart were

Thus the M 2-c U. S. Navy of Panama business callers in Ft Pi.i".r, r
remind 'I"
new system not only to be sure to everyone
in actlvl- of telephone Albert S.
Important step sytsem providing Sgt. Lewis U Army River were the
of Mr.
to rural permits the trarymlslson; of that donations to the fund to received his Monday.
ies expand telephone service It is designed, he said, recently dischargefrom ---- ----- --
Wlce was taken Monday when especially for use in rural areas. telephone conversation and electric furnish an eye operation for an The negroes up that way are Camp Blanding after

JCiglneers began public experi- power simultaneously over old negro woman are being prosperous. How could I tell? three and "2 years in the service, YOU NEED NEW TRACTORSAND
Although the system is still in
taken by herself, Mrs. Jennie
ents near Selma, Alabama the wires without Interference ',.veil they've painted all their two of which he spent overseas.
filth a scientific development of the experimental stage it holds Mooney and L. B, Eurlt
churches, Mrs Ellen Lewis and Albeit -
jssible far-reaching slgniflc- promise as one Important meansof with each other but Is son We carry a large dock in our tore in Ft. Pierce

,ice to farm families who do extending farm telephone as safe to use as the regular I have just returned from a spent last weekend in Ft. and have nearly all sizes. If we don't have them,
Lauderdale home of Mr
':at now have teleuhone service service to more and more farms telephone Instrument journey to North Florida, and at me we'll (pet them for you. We represent leveral Manufacturers -

i a joint test being conduct-I served by power lines but remote among things which I must BRIGHT PROSPECTFOR and Mrs. John Lewis. So tee us for prompt service. Our prices

1 cooperatively by the South- from telephone wire lines. rno NEW (\\DIDATLS) not forget is to tell Mike Unman SUGAR CROP Rev. S. R. Williams, pastor of arc Right.
To the layman's the tele- the Church of God in Golden
yn Bell Telephone Company eye /ANNOUNCE ron STATE that I like his town of
'id the Alabama Power Com- phone equipment on the subscribers SiritLME: Quincy with Its spacious court Cleuiston FNSi. With the Gate Is confined to bed with a Humphries Tire & Appliance Co.
looks much current harvest fractured back after falling froma
Hny, In which four well-known premises house square, and especiallythe sugar now being

sidenti of Suttle, a farm community like that of a regular telephoneset W. silvered cupala with Its ahead of schedule Clarence R scaffold. Phone 139 Ft. Pierce, Fla

( near Selma, are also co- except that there is also a Judge Raleigh Petteway of four-faced Clod tolling the Bitting president of the United Mrs. Richard Overhelzer of N,
small box which contains\ equip- Miami and Maj. James Henry States Sugar Corp.. today reported I
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crating, an experimental sys- hours How convenient It wouldbe Syracuse N. Y. arrived last week - ------
m to provide rural telephone ment essential to operation of Taylor of Jacksonville, on term- to a reporter If Stuart was a bright outlook for sugar to join her husband who is employed -

)>rvlce over the same wires as the farmer's telephone. Elec- inal leave from the Army have built In the early American production in the Everglades In at the Sunrise Products Mmm! So Good! Delicious Southern Style

,lose' 'used for electricity was tronic tubes in the box producea announced that they will be manner of the court house 194J Co., Inc 'I

lit to use. high-frequency current which candidates for the Supreme square. Just think of being B tllnii said recent cold snaps Mr. and Mrs. S. McCulley and I FRIED CHICKENand

.A. 8 Dobbs, local manager for carries the telephone conversa- Court seat vacated by Justice able to reach four blocks of that have penetrated Florida children and Mr. and Mrs, Odell

;puthern Bell Telephone Corn- tion over the power wires. A Amstead Blown, who has statedhe business houses by walking have caused no consequential DeLoach called on Mr and Mrs. FISH and SHRIMP DINNERS

;any, described the method as device known as a coupler, located will not run for re-election just one block. I think ve damage to cane, except to very Vance Howard of Golden Gate

is "rural power line carrier on the pole near the sub- ought to tear Stuart down and young plants and have proved on Sunday

I build it up again "court house beneficial! In raising the sucroso Mrs. Ella Prescott, Mrs. Clar- Thicken in the Rough'MARVIN

and Installations in square" fashion content of maturing cane. ence Gleason and Miss Ester

PROGRESS of MARTIN COUNTY six counties In this area Ingamells motored to Ft. Pierce I M.NEELY

During the war the company If :you wonder why North and Indications are that the crop on a business trip Saturday. I
business was at a standstill for South Florida are always at will exceed any of the recent Miss Annie Lou Whittle of

)BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY lack of materials and labor. It loggerheads politically then It wartime harvests providing i West Palm Beach spent last I NORTH Front HICHWA'--JU ACROSS r IHr Sl\lDt

is now expanding to handle the would pay you to take a trip enough sugar for a month's sup- i weekend here, the guest of her
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, (Editorial/ Nol., Artlcl.i of thl. nitura thawlnf tho profrMl and growth business of six southern states. through North and Northwest ply for every person in the nation mother Mrs Martha Whittle. I --
ol Martin county butt.... will .pp..r In th* N.w. from lima to lira..) Both the labor situationand
Armor stated that, previous to Florida While It would take a Bobby Higglnson of Miami, I

MANAGER W. C. ARMOR INVITES PUBLIC TO I the war, approximately 20,000 lifetime to really get "the North are better the condition than they of have the fields been I was the weekend guest of his Used FurnitureTEMPORARILY
Installations had been made In ,
. VISIT SUNRAY SHUTTER PRODUCTS PLANT Floilda. viewpoint" one trip is grand parent's vir and Mrs. J.
some years. Company plantations -
the vicinity of Fort Lauderdaleto sufficient to tell you the difference C. Morse.
- Miami. Of a permanent nature -' and independent producers Mr. and
Mrs. John Curtis
William C. Armor manager of Company of Fort Lauderdale .
are now harvesting and sending -
'le Sunray Shutter Products I I which has been operating for the Jalousies serve as Venetian They still have plenty of rail in some fine quality cane i wishes to thank the people of STORED
awnings and storm
o., has invited the public to about 16 years recently estab- shutters. The material Is fences up there hogs rooting in for processing! and the sugarhouse the Canning plant and all the
Islt! the new plant In Eldorado I I fished an assembly plant at El- shipped the fields, well sweeps In farm largest In the nation has. people of the community for DEHON BUILDING
from Fort Lauderdale to the
{eights, I I I dorado Heights This new plant local distribution plant. Constructed yards--In fact It's still early been exceeding its budgeted their help toward replacing their :
The Sunray Shutter Products will handle the assembly dls- America In North Florida They cane loss after the fire.
-- --- of Armco rust proof- Mi and Mis J. A Ammons of FOR
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----- steel and bondailzed which fa- are fine people, with a good, --- SALE
sound agricultural and commer-
cilitates the adhesion of paint
T A. they may be ordered in any desired cial background-but they do MATERIALS FOR ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
color. not have the "cocoanut palms I Breakfast Sets. Occasional Tables. Selves and Chairs
and tourist viewpoint" and can't p
Armor came to Stuart nine be expected to have It. P I I It Ice Box Assortment of Dishes
years ago to fish and decided to l
locate here. He was boon In It's a hud country, and a good ,f Prices Reasonable

Pittsburgh attended the Uni- country-but It Is more like

versity of Pittsburgh where he GeorgIa, Alabama or Mississippi Hurry, While It Lasts
studied engineering and left the than it is like what we folks

univcr<.itv to Join the engineering think of as Floilda ;I'1\

(irps of the Pennsylvania Towns on Saturday nights a Ce"? T' ,iaCrsiAe ARTHUR DEHONDehon
railroad: Co. For eight years are not filled up with tourists in

ne w.,'., In newspaper work, and slacks and you don see so much : svcRrrNlNo ro woo roan NousN0TO Clde Phone 81
the last 18 years was associatedwith gaiety and frivolity. Life Is
: ( IN/p/ rOYR CROR
the Rex-HlJe Inc of East pretty serious up In those parts. '
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L B adv Penn. selling automo- Most of our leading Florida

bile replacement parts. politicians came from North or

Mrs Armor Is a native of Northwest Florida and a good

: Glassport Penn. The Armors many of them were raw-boned

have two sons, Jack.. who serv- country boys who fought their

ed three years in the tank corps way up through the "law" to
( This is a typical installation of JalouMe' on the .
n Europe and Africa. He was of
judgeships or other positions r.
Neal Second St Stuari !
of Bishop,
Tome ? recently discharged from the
tells this installation has dignity as representatives of TiT.
Bishop us proven I service. William Jr, 17 gradu- the people" and to be frank '
ated from Stuart High School '..
satinand about it the people they represent -
**** last year, are not the frivolous froth i,'.'
Fr' 5 .5 Invites anyone -
intera The Armors are members of of South Florida, nor even the
doe Presbyterian Church and 1
' : ,, : ested to in- seilous-mlnded South Florida
it. Mr. Armor is a member of the tourist promotion boys

;, ,,, sped A m o n g Masonic lodge. No I believe that when they '
JI other re- think of "the people it is of '
the hard-working farmers and
nations f nb fishermen, lumber men and
vn Stuart area stock raisers, and small town
merchants who make up the
r, those on the I Tampa, (FNS) Fred W. Brown,
population they know.
well known Tampa attorney has
B, Ifeffner, announced that he would be a Tourists seem very far (>fi! i Ancther Way of Saying Hew and

E. J, Ricou, candidate for the office of FlorIda when you watch a razor back f ;

firs Franklin Jones, Mrs, W R, Leach, Harii-i Lowery, Railroad commissioner sub- hog rooting up against a tall Greater Industrial 1 Opportunities

and Mrs, B. F Slocum ject to the Democratic primariesnext fence. Whether anybody catchesa
May sailfish at Stuart, Florida must Right at Your Front Boor!
An example of commercial installation may be seen
>n the Ricou Hardware Company here, and at the Vogue Mi. Brown came to Florida In seem of small consequence to Flold."en Ideal ate, for the L..a 1 r. ,I '-an"
the behind the plow In ,, th.a)
has man a tactunngplant.iorfileprodu-tcnc( im .v c (
style Shop, Fort Pierce, 1007 and since that time clay field, or to a turpentine wide v.r..ry ol products w'',,:h! are m' "I
resided \in Levy Duval Hills- ,
phosphtt H.r. ago'n. Ilord\ t p'ox r'" t
Counties. hand The viewpoints are thoseof We.' 10 1 1C "'
boough: and Pinellas the rn.ik.ti to he South >n IDe
lie is widely known in transpor- two worlds. .nh.I and South Am.r ca n ake. "P.c aitzatvgi
A Hurricane Shutter location ol importance' to '"C" "'.r
tation and communication fields (acturer..kma to prol t from th out....
and seeks the office of Florida I think they live pretty well .
Th. .anco of abundant n'"ph.. cI nw maleriali
in North Flol'ldamueh pr
Railroad Commissioner on the up the.vailabdlryoialarcr and f' ,, .. ;coup
( That ProvidesCOMPLETE basis of his experience, ability better than we do down here 01 A..ne.n.born workmen "e"neu cl l.vur' ..'
and thorough understanding of I know I had a fine breakfast abl. manulactur >,1. both 10 na i.ts and
G. s mat.rieLlhebensh=.tonte!.IcrMO/F'nda./ ",
railroad commission matters of ham and eggs. grits around urn to .In" o. ::10"( .,....', .., bv
J CONTROLof coffee and toast with butter rail.1 ... high'"ti.d a," ai, 'u.' a tor. c 'n,
the .,, ten lo'"t.' ',"ur cl
for 50 cents-and lady 'S advantage Florin' rh'
Your .
to :
Now Ready ,
r seemed apologetic when she [ photph&t Urivat of

HAULINGLong took the monej. Florida.Industrial Empirt ,ncludo l'' f cut

, SUN, WIND, RAIN GLARE AND or Short Distance The folks that have money b Ing el its phcxphat lock

See Me for all Type of have fine he"'ises, and really

/ +, ALL UNUSUAL WEATHER CONDITIONS TRANSFER SERVICENo look like they are living well, Tit RITUAL IttilltEt MAIT til

job too large or too but the majority of the farmers MUI/MT1IE! H t IIIMIFIW
W. C. ARMOR smallCharles live In unpainted houses.
I ,
and have to scratch hard fora

f Jackson living. In fact nearly all

I Sunray Shutter Products Co. Jefferson Ave., Golden of us fellows down in South '

if Gate. Can be reached by Florida would benefit from FLORID '

Phone Stuart 267 P. O Box 945 PHONE 44-M going up into the northern '
the futile
., tier of counties once In a r
while If for no more than to Held ioiINDUSTRY ; '
ntDs AND PUTUIZtl. ( PARMACturxAL Ptooucny
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West Palm Beach Directory ACREAGE WANTEDI
I need the following items sss
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and am ready for quick t

,&f THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE ((1)) Acreage or old subdivision

for colored residents This Huge Phosphate Industry Florida It second to North Africa. a source of phosphate sup I INANIII
a DEL ..u Moon TO In MOU" HAWTHORNE Anywhere between ply in the world market and it U estimated that some 6 billion
St. Lucie and Hol- Can Set Men And Machines tons of phosphate deposit are available in the state Because of
i JEWELRY ]7Zco-tecr i land ale. the heavy drain on American farms during the war it!U estimatedthat

WATCH REPAIRING ROOFING-SHEET METAL ((2)) Highway to ocean or On The March To Prosperous, 90%of the nations (hums need rebuilding with plant foods .au.t.NOVIInoma.....out. NwDt
"I THE BETTER KIND f of all types, making a limitless field for phosphate derivativesSome '
or;: HEATINC-VENTILATING River acre. Accessible Florida Locations!
335'/a CLEMATIS OPTICIANS OPTOMETRISTS WATERPROOFING ((3)) 40-100 acres suitablefor Facts About Phosphate Rock
.ub-dlvi.ion-not over Florida phosphate of vast importance in fertilizers and feed It

I $75.00 an acre. Please can also be used in the manufacture oi industrial i and household l t.D.M.m 5./.n'ci _tuw'0 N.c........
write lowest price terms chemicals, explosives,sundry phosphorous compounds; in iron e.5 Nw.M.'N' MANY..aW"'M t W./W..1/ -rtMee
Spaghetti Bowl BOB'S and full details, first letterif and steel production, medicines, polishing powder, ceramics, ...".-..-tm."MO.........--...........
Itfe enamels I milk glass baking ."._P0.m.--.c.-.
photographic supplies
Lao!.?, M.n.g.rPhoni possible. porcelains, ,
SAFE & LOCK WORKS powder and many other items

''f,TEAKS-CHOPS aces CHICKEN 202: First St. -:- Phone 7890 JONAS J. BROTMAN '1':0:.,..60.7.
WLDUID\ "" ; (e.uu'
..VfcSt\; SEAFOOD Anything Hotel Shepley, MiamiBeach s
We repair
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SIGH PAGE TEN fo. his annual town, Precinct 8 !Fib 12 r
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-'- I Iwo Individuals autwua precincts for the purpose House, Stuart. Pu I ((1111'\,\ .
J Illllllllul I ; 1111111I1111111I1111I111111I1111111111111111111I$ $ ) vitally concerned In the devel- quiTers that clamor for admit- munlty is a barber shop and Hans 'Thomas, Principal of the the tax returns. 13; and Court H ," ,
i it 1 II more like the old parlor. receiving
opement of the town tance beauty of
WI-I Jensen: Beach NewsBy STUARTand Stuart; High School, is planningto be at Qulnai Precinct 3, Feb i i
This meeting will not be confined lady who lived In a shoe-"she This growing population, more of Courson will

1 YOUR MCLAKK to member only but will had so many children she didn't than 3,000 right now, would wel- NeedsBy ..eslRii There I. no need Store Jensen, Precinct 1. Feb. 4'smith ; --- 1
. what to do" these two businesses, and What it. rumor further beCause ----
be open to the public and according know come rlll:Mm HIM Store Salerno, Precinct
J When it i iiiimmmiimmiiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiImportant to Edward Ward, president Like' the old lady, O J. Peske I a dairy-bar and restaurant.E.tTINI KENNt.ni S1IMME1L: : that II not the intentionof 5 Kobe Sound Post Office F. L. Porter, DSI$

to have it Meeting: of the association It will be has so many applicants for cot iris contract I is 4, Feb. ; FOOT
Thomas Palm :
Mr 6 spHuusr
\ Feb- ;
Business Mm: \ssoclatlon Precinct
way at th far reaching in effect. tages and apartments he doesn't PLACESCHUNG and he Intend CHIROPODISTPut
An important meeting of the This up-and-dolng oiganlca know what to do !NEED': Some time ago this wirier for three years City Post Office, Precinct 6 lour

) l JAIralNTEI Jensen Beach Business Mens tlon ha already definitely embarked He has and is still\ convertingevery As reported, with 3,000 people placid emphasis nil n 1 spot In the to fulfill his part of It. It II. Feb '7; Fort Mayaca Post Of 201 Sunrise Feet in Mi I 1h,

'/ Association will be held In the on Improvements for the available space into modern here, the lack of eating placesIs city which was In u deplorable time that the citizens get behind I' flee, Precinct '7, Feb. 11; BataI ,' Phone '782 Fort Theatre 6

.80x DalII Town Hall Monday !fl'b t 4 alB town and has under their pro- ( housing facilities to meet a feature of Importance that condition. To n certain( extent this man and bend their ways Service Station, Indian ricrct |
that to his door has been overlooked Accordingto still exists and after I -
p.m. gram procured consent of the the cry comes ; this condition effort In helping him
II11111111111I' commissioners for a new hut until materials and labor Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Burggrafof careful investigation It i is'' every -
Beside the !reeua::! mretingthere county have -
I. lr \ "Blue Heaven of Eden beside the clllzl'ns' This I is the first MAN they
a will be a yxcln'h) : an: 'ana- i load In order that Jensen Beach loosen little can be offered to again being brought to for a longtime
with relieve a situation that is critical rooms they could fill lawn attention. :had in this capacity
1 ed Instructive ]PIU": thatill 1 : may grow in consistency THE: NEED IS TO
R. U. chairs and benches If there were and
In this area the last
Interest tax )PI'," I .1, d tie( the housing demand. Fein Hill Cemetery
-- i This association stands ready It has been practically demonstrated 1 places where leisurely dining renting place foi the citizens of KEEP HIM 12EREDISTRICT REPRESENTATION
recreational that "0 J." Is a thoughtful could be had without driving out Someof
I help create for !! Stuart, Is still a mockery. h NEE
.Is n great '
side the town While these rear : There
f IUJ'lely' and for Industrial pur- and considerate host because the good people of the city Stuart but I ir
that he has the same clientelehe taurants are within easy reach effort to clean here not only In
-u ts And In such a way have made on
is goliu
aS when he the and they provide appetizing noticedby the entlie county that f9r
had has been
aest a ]permanent and growing popu- opened their lots which extentAs t
rood end drink, many of these unheeded to a certain t
I !
ulon will be established. ranch ten years ego others. Still there are many .
I people ire tired from a day In dire needof all of us know, our repl't'sln.tatlvl'
that t are
tltl S' fibbing and do not want to Ivan Crary, Is going t<
J, W. attractive
Ham 5"'l"Itro1lOn. Mr. and Mrs: McIntyre cleaning up and for the nedistrict
drive. for
.. far sighted came up from Miami In their planting lun ,
Neither has this town anticipated This leaves his offlcopen
t '. / I Hai!n' Segerstrom U one of thefar new' Chris Craft last week and I have found that practicallyno
Who arl'1
the gastronomic demandsof foi a new man. r
I sighted who prior to war ought a party of friends to lot owners have made any Then
who in his place
the Inveterate( epicure: going( to put
started on a program of specially !- look over the fishing grounds effort to pay the $3 per j year fee whi
I dines by the hou, or the quick are at least three men
THE ANT ABSTRAC 1- contracted homes to takecue here before going: over to Lake lunch grabber who, eats as he fo: the upkeep of the driveways, have hinted In that direction
IN IoIUIN6! I TAX AND TITLE ; of those he felt sure would Okeechobee for a few days freshwater water system and the shrubbery educatedwell
INVESTIGATIOSESCROW'S runs because he r.m't miss a \\e need a man who is
A M throng this area. fishing Sunrise Transit Service bus. This $3 dollars Is the only Income \eised in the procedure o
THATWI\\ TITLE INSURANCE Modern faculties with Mrs B F Bedenger stoppingwith has for
housing the Association'
Too, they emphasized, right In law. THE NEED IS UPON US
,.,, Mr. end Mrs, Is
anltarj accommodations and at Snipes maintenance. This $3 Is not
FLORIDA this vicinity would be a fine LETS US GET OV THE!!: BALI
ABSTRACT CO reasonable rates was what peo- i here from Covington, Ky., vllstinii place foi a stand operator where used to keep individual lots AND DO SOMETHING ABOU T
Mop up pie wanted and he was going to I among her old flrends. could be had citrus fruit drinks clean. That Is entll'ely11> to
.nd In I. JIM KEssroi Mrs. May Mickelsen will' be .
meet those requirements the lot owners themselves.L.
h.... the Prnid.n.STUART malted drinks, buttermilk/ chocolate I IT.TAX
W, pear. FLORIDA Called Into service by Uncle here Tuesday to again take up milk, salt water taffy' S. Grcgoile president of ASSESSOR ON More and Better

IDUIt'. Sam Mr. Segerstrom plan for her ic&ldence among Jensen popcorn and the other things the Association, has worked ANNUAL VISIT TO
,..'v,,,. ----- ------ binding/ was at a stand still. Beach flrends An Illness caused that go along with amusement 'i faithfully for the past twent COUNTY PRECINCTS
In business here for years and Mrs Mickelsen to go to West And of course inspected for i years in trying to make the Distance Service

with no available help, he closed Palm Beach where she has been quality and freshness, and at I cemetery a decent place but A. (' Com son, country lax a' Long
1 his garage!! filling station and with her daughter standard! prices Tourists here I those who promised their help sensor. today announced the J 11I
1:2l nnbtnii' establishment and It Mrs Charles Wlnowleckl and arc asking for food In all its : have :ailed him. He has spent

"DUDE" "tayed> closed during the war Mr. and %Mrs, Joe Wlnowtecki succulent variety-food they do I IHoke' many hauls, days and weeks A8 a remit of the continued peaty volume of

I He now has opened) the doors spent last Saturday in West over there at no pay trying to
,f his business establishment Palm Beach looking after business v Ocean Breeze Park News keep the place in 01'dcr. I long distance call", )ou may al limes experx>net
40-FOOT EXPRESS :and is going forward with hismuse Interests.Mr. Joe Malone and a committeeare Dl'splte'hat has not been PrecisionWATCH dd la\' in com],let ng )our call, loHc\ri
;) i building piogram In the and Mrs, S. P. Elliott of busy on a program for the done, we should be Interested In

CRUISER I, ::',<,!J1es already completed, com Mpnomoniels, ., are here for Match of Dimes, to be held In what the needs are today and are on our way to give you more and better long

I I Il1l Is combined with interior their annual winter visit and the club house Jan. 29 every lot owner should make an and CLOCK Oiotanre i ecmre than/ ever )before.

\ I 1 FOR I J"t ngj> and decoration have their trailer parked at I The following are recent registrants effort to get Ills or her lot In

r Some of these homes will sit Pltchfords They will remain I Mr, and Mrs A J. Harriott better condition. The needs see REPAIRWe Me of
are gelling inrrenoing equip
.::1 n garden court yard. Oneready until April Mi, Elliott is In the Toledo, Ohio; Mi and Mrs. for the yearly and prompt payment

CHARTERFISHING :t completed and rented Aparey business and ships honeyall I W. A Rundell and son, Cold of the $3. Weeds, brush Guarantee All Work Chest from manufacturer and new long distance

j .11 c,; the Indian River and be- over the U. S. Springs, N. Y.: 0, Wallace, Mr etc should be taken out and
Done By Our Expert Repairman circuits added and additional Hitch,
,(a" the entrancing view emj Albert Smouse, Anton Kocln Bernard Caratcllo, and H. E. I replaced with plants typical of are being!

) ,",files 1 major features such as ger and Don Romanello, hut!uc- I Koehler of Rochester, Pa.; Mr. Florida Someday you, too, maybe Rapid Service, hoards l> installed to expand: our long distance

ooing' hurricane proof, attars tors in the Stuart school were and Mrs. Chasles Koens, Ken- burled there. Maybe you
rL !scaerstromO guests of Paul Combs of Port osha, Wis.; Mr and Mrs R S. like sandspurs as a blanket. Free Estimates Are: Given! telephone facilities to meet the South' fast

Sewall on a deep sea fishing trip Sedans' Ellwood City, Pa.; Mr. These are the people and or- growing needs
J. lunch ganlzatloi which have kqpt WE ALSO REPAIR Damaged -
Saturday. and Mrs. H. L. Ernest, Akron,

Inquire At Lighthouse Dock 'Poiiplar The sun was golden, the lunch Mi and Mrs Ray Baker and Mr faith with their obligation to Jewelry Of All It'* a big job that still take tome time ana ,
The 0 J. Ranch is symbolic of zestful-but it would take a William Creaser, Detroit; Mr. the Association, Martin County

L I ] Capt. "Dude" Dodge \the old\ west even to the' hitch I Shakespeare to do Justice to the and Mrs. N H Hairston and paid the sum of $15850 The Kinds lot of money to complete. But *e are [toin.I .

JJW I ails that surround It. tragedy that occurred. Glen Pillllan, Richmond, Mr Episcopal Church paid their $3. I
al il eagerly and efficiently vith resourc
Why don the other chuiches every
But t with the hoard of In- What was It? Something that and Mrs. H. C. Hlllmau Brlelle, I
__ C. E. WalkerJEWELERS
I Dr. Ed Urich, DD. of Jacksonville &
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had never happened to him before N J.; Mi and Mis R. W. Clough, at our command
donated $1500 to the
something association -
unexpected Portland, Mr. and Mrs Ed'ardJohl1 .
and unprecedented. He turned on, Flint, Mich.; Mr. and
sneer yellowish and RUMOR: There is a rumor Osceola I SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMP
pea green There Mrs Noble Freeman and sonLawrencebuig Ae Phone 289
girl' I was a tremor in his voice He lenn; Mi and making the rounds of the county I IHCCKfOUATID

\ rt.t X I clutched at the side of the boat, Mrs Erwin Hoadley and Mr. and I through the efforts of one of

.1, smar p'1RilIt opened his mouth and Mrs Guy Wylie, Syracuse, N. Y -

,5 { No wonder, his companions, The anglers have been bringIng -
ddt I gi!' aned--no wonder the fish in large catches as the blues

wns I dldn't bite! They didn't have to are In as well as sailfish One S'

I nut t with all that food going patty consisting of Messers Mc- // r

th dutynoble over( the rail, Murtry, D Skinner, H Marlin, ,' '

I Anyway, Den> grumbled and A. Russell, J. Johns and S Ule- 1'1 t

I ":\\l1pl'\i! \ down a great choke of berg were dep sea fishing withCapt .>.. M alr

: d !i 10Yhen shore was reached Dude ana each hooked C./. :; ',.r-":" ti r

i wc I RJ, B Buckley of Arkon, into a sail. Mr. McMurtry land- ,.. > + /
: (
O I"l stor of the North Arling-! ed the largest bU all were about !::;? j1/1rN1

I II ,JJ. Methodist: church arrived the i same size Mi Johns re- 4J /

serJflU 'V( II I I sday and is for the pres- leased. his sail, The Chamberof 7-4

I ; :u' ; c'G Commerce reported it \\'as'' \

a t9L 1 .. ; >s Smouse of the la
a from Cumber- 01):e > test catches of .
und! Maryland, In Pltchfcrd the esason

"amp Mrs, Buckley will be Years ago the Florida East
dawn the middle of Feb., to join SEA\ t\\A\IL Coast Railway added a second
l'' her RAMIE PLANTINGSTO H\\ i. Ay \ main line track A
Two smart cooking utensils, in husband here BE EXPANDED \is te\cs'lU\9rai1 making it the

atlsslI on.. Th. cover keeps food warm I Mi and Mrs R L. White of 't n tas.coa,1t heavieepeeds: only Florida.double track route through Q(0 Ma Tic

on the Ubl or sews at an twin + (Cocoa spent the weekend with TALLAHASSEE (AP) ein \\ine tr nignerooUnel..' s,

pi. plat, Bottom cen b. uttdai 5 + Mrs White's mother, Mrs. Jim The cabinet committe on prisonshas designed\ \ 'ave been d Pa? speed S

open bal .r.Comti in three sires, Metzgar approved expansion of Florida and.9r4 ;OQ tone
Q6 size Pyrex Double Mi and Mrs A. F. Tyler, On- 's Belle Glade ramie plant- over ,a\e. tjleedoubld ted ce rca f

Duty; Cnserol... only SO'' tario Canada, are new arrivalsin Ings by 1.280 actes \laid t.0( Florida E

the Pitchford Camp colony At present, 230 acres are un- sf oastabne
I Being ardent fishermen St CO ,I
I they expect der cultivation at the Belle E
OR HERE'S A DANDY to follow the sport during Glade prison farm. The committee -

WAY TO GET STARTED I IIf : t their stay of several weeks acted after VicePresidentW.
I| M Hassler from New York is O Waldo of the Florida

?' havtnt occupying a Pitchford Ramie Products Co,
you alrtad/ .J I apartment said the

Pyr.. war, h.r.', a good way Mr Bawler has outfitted additional acreage was neededto \ / r/

to b.gin The Pyrex D.ep Pi. : a boat for his use and expects keep the firm' new $400,000 fA SVS1tJ ; J

Dish iwoll for cooking and .rv I fishing at the Inlet, besides processing plant In full opera-

ing individual chick.n pin, soup, "dr\'-land" fishing from the tion,

Ofi c.rnlscwted, eppl. I' bildge.
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tatica.8-02.(1(I cup)11* \\\r, Mrs. Maude Stevenson was ".
I leader at the prayer meeting in -
t tI cottage No. 10. Pitchford Camp, aYt.1 Z ;'f
last Wednesday night. Presiding haul ,,jj/V ry
I Ricou Hardware Anything, Any
Co. last night was Mrs. J, B. where Anytime
Williams These meetings are NEW EQUIPMENT BETTER MORE
Stuart, Florida attracting Mr and Mrs.many Dan Gordon TRUCK LINES The Florida East Coast Rail DIESEL POWER

I here from Milwaukee and have are long distance hauling additional has on streamlined order a number of S E RVICE units! new Diesel locomotiveway
light have
taken recently been
\ an apartment at Seger- add-
Phone Vollrath weight I passenger for eel
38 stroms on the Ridge. Plumbing livery ears de to tile?, East Coast Diesel
soon at possible lleet. All
Service principal East Coast
According to J. S. Michaelson

one of the needs of this com Passenger trains are now

-'H' I The Florida East Coast
followed hers long all Pullman!
SEAT a program of
COVERS constant accommodations
keeping pace with the used for the
expanding movement of
I I' growing terrilory' 'Improvements. needs of its arrival to separation troops from ports of
are still being centera. New
made and others equipment passenger
planned ,
Ihat ordered
will result in still by the Florida East Coast
I. liner service
TO FIT ALMOST ANY lomorrow even belore
PRICES war, will
I But livered for not b. der
LARGE STOCK. COME IN AND SEE US. military demands of! returning several months.
Is iHsfe passenger equipment i--x ask -
not than when trains Ucrc patience -d
of all are
WILEY MOTOR COMPANY approximately four-filtha of desired are unable, to secure S2 and the dale you

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I., Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll touring Florida left the early In Washington relative to enforcing C, arrived last Thursday for a and Mr and Mrs. Ouldo D' Agos- ARMY COMMISSIONSWILL

NEWS OF part of the week. the river bank along visit with Mr and Mrs H T. I tlno they came upon a huge BE AWARDEDIN

here with spoil from the con- Ebner, of Eldred. rattle When shot, the snake EXPANSION MOVE Rains Feed and Poultry CompanyFRESHLY I

tdian River Drive Drive Association template driver dredging to con- Mr. and Mrs Ebner's sons, measured six feet two Inches
!Meeting serve and strengthen the bank Joseph L. and David O have and carried fifteen rattlei The Applicants selected for Regu DRESSED
_ ,'Bf VIVA CLARKIlllltlllllllllimilllimillllllllllllllll Indian River Drive Association which, in some places, Is being their release from service and skin is being sent to New York lar Army commUlsons In the HENS and FRYERS

meeting recently In the undermined close to the road. have taken over the manage- for curing and is to be made Into current expansion program will Exclusive Agent Fort Pickwick Poultry Picker

who Chamber of Commerce head- I Another meeting is to be call- ment of the farms, which by the pocket books for the women. be appointed not later than next
1ST Lucy Montgomery, Tuxedo Feeds and Walker's FertilizerWE
r ; been the house guest of quarters In Fort Pierce reelected ed shortly that will be of vast way have mineral springs that The Fort Pierce Amphibious June 28, under provision of new
Herbert McKechnle, president st'ekers.JOSE'ph football team still being retained ly enacted legislation, authorizIng
t ft and Mrs Herbert McKech- Importance to every property attract many health ARE ALSO DISTRIBUTORS OF DuPONT
; Miss Florence Teal, secre owner on the drive. in constant bat- at the U S naval base, was Increase of officer person-
c B, In Eldred, left last Tuesday was
last nel to 25.000, according to Capt INSECTICIDES
honored with dinner
'tt.l i Orlando, where she will visit tary-treasurer Mr: and Mrs llallie Foster, tle for two years and with General a Thomas A Murphy commanderof
Discussion lent I Itself to fences of the Indian River time he landedin Thursday night at Indian Hills
- brother, Jot Montgomery, purchasers Patton from the Army Recruiting Station 164 Flagler Ave Phone 311
ore returning to her home that have been erected by cat- ,Clillle, in Fort Pierce who have Africa. He drove Fattens Golf and Country club by Mr. here at West Palm Beach
-Fairmont, W. Va tlemen on property belongingto I been the guests of Mr and Mrs tank in the battle of Bizerte and Mrs O I* Peacock, of Indian -
Any male citizen who servedas
taking up a congenial party drive residents extending from Joseph Svec, in Eden, have, In and, his parents state, says that River Drive -- -- -- -
I an officer time between ,
he McKechnJe home recent- the Whie City road south, for order to be closer to their new "every man In ration's outfit Table appointments were silver Pearl Harbor any and last Decem- 9'
f sli
were Dr and Mrs Watler miles, back to the right of way business, moved to the Pitts i would lay down his life! for him and crystal with roses and ber 28 In eligible to make appll- i

'dston, Fairmont, W. Va.; Dr. of the Florida l East t Coast R R I Hotel in Fort Pierce anyday He never asked themto gladoll lending beauty and fragrance ratlon for commission, Capt ',
Merritt tracks.It TitusVille do anything' he would not do to the soft glow of candle -
Mr Haag. Toledo, Mrs Jessie Long of Murphy pointed out. He must I DOG RACINGWorld's
and Mrs, Orace Satterfield, was also suggested that the Penn, and St. Petersburg who htmsel? and was always at the light, have been honorably discharged
eight, :N. C, association and Individual members has been the guest of her niece front with his melt" Josephwas Tropical foliage and gladoll and must not be over age in

r. and Mrs Haag who are petition our representatives and husband, Mr and Mrs F. badly wounded in Italy but made an intilgulng backgroundfor grade when he Is apix>lnted.
in I nicely now and stories of the hlstoilcal developments
X Pelosl of Eden returned to getting Commissions will be made in
with David 0.. and a sister and i of this famous
the west coast city last week. grades ranging from second Fastest GreyhoundsIn
NTEMS[ of INTERESTlourescent She was accompanied home by her husband, Mr and Mrs team Lieut to major, with length of
Mrs L W Lennard and daughter
Mr and Mrs. Pelosl and their James Sottille, of Charleston service and age considered How
:? Deak Lamps Bed Lamp little son, Bobby they are remaining S. C. are expected here for a Miss Ethel, and Mrs Gus ever, applicants) will not be eli [ Action
rnd-Table Lamps Elec Baby Warmer for a short visit before stay shortly, Mr and Mrs Sot- DeMaeschalk of Walton, were glble for a grade higher than Nightly
;.E Mazda Lamps Trilmon Elec Room Heater returning here. tlllce are owners of the Charleston among the luncheon guests from that held during wartime (EXCEPT SUNDAYS)

omplete Line of Lighting Fixture & Accessories: 'I Mr. and Mrs Ernest Koenbeck hotel this Grill community last week at Indian River Maximum age for grades Is as

VISIT US Mr and Mrs Edward Lemp and Mr, and Mrs Ebner's youngest Mr. and Mrs T Rynskl with follows: Second Lieut 28; First
son Edward Lemp, from Hem- son Bayly B Is a student at. Lieut, 35; Captain, 42; Major,
'-ectric Service And Repair Co. stead, L I? who have been the Riverside Academy In Gainesville their children and June, Miss formarly Helen, from Barbara 48 NOW UNDERWAY!

house guests of Mr. Roenbeck's Ga, and will not )join the MerrIck. L. I., are stablished In Application forms and detailed -

)ehon Building Phone 308 father John Roenbeck and Mrs family party in EldiedMrs. a home that. Is In the process of Information are available at
Roenbeck in Ankona, left last I completion in Eden. Miss Helenis all Army installations and at DAILY DOUBLE 2ND AND 3RD. RACES
week for their respective homes. I : Don Romanello speaksWoman'a connected with the Citizens the local recruiting station located Nine Quiniela races
Mr and Mrs Frank Buzek and ClubInflation Bank of Stuart at 704 Comeau Building
Alene who have been I was the timely topic West Palm Beach
TEXACO Service daughter Mi. and Mis Falrburn Ensey Applicationsmust NO MINORS ADMITTEDALL
omplete I discussed by Mrs. Don Roman- be and in Washington
:e stopping in the Royal Ponclana have returned to Miami after completed -
ello speaking before the Women's D C. March first
Court, Jensen Beach, were dinner by
called here the
been by
WASHING LUBRICATIONPOLISHING guests of their old Chicago Club members last Monday death of Mr Ensey grand- The campaign for officers does

,. 01 GASOLINE MOTOR OIL friends, Mr and Mrs Joseph afternoon, in Fort Pierce Price father, Captain John Miller of not affect the recruiting drive SUPERVISION
Svec, In Eden, prior to leavingfor control she emphasized, must Eden. for enlisted men In this area,

'nre Cars Called For and Delivered their home In Riverside, Ill. remain until the shift from war Mr and Mrs. Dumond Mer- declared Capt. Murphy, and
last week to peace is completed. This cannot scores of men between 17 and
Edenlawn, In attendance -
wln of were
: M. H. LACKEY Other guests of Mr and Mrs. be done over night and it Is at the marriage of 34 are weekly taking advantageof PALM BEACH

''onl Svec were Mr. and Mrs, Frank woman's organizations that are Miss Phjllls Ann Paulson and the many opportunities now
doing much to hold prices within offered by the Regular Army.
Janata and daughtei They left
.t Wiley Motor Co. Phone 291 Veazey Rainwater, Jr., in the
bounds and they should keepon KENNEL CLUBOPPOSITE
for their home in Chicago last I Everglades Club in Palm Beach
Monday holding the line until con-
I last Friday evening.
,Ids Mr, and Mrs K A Jutlw, of I ditions now prevalent are clear- Miss Paulson Is the daughter. USE MORRISON FIELDOn
Boston, former winter residents' ed, she said 666COLD Belevedereroad
'Waterfront Properties of Mr and Mrs Henry Paulsonof
In Ankona were guests of Flet Winnetka. 111, and Palm ..:c.
itch H T. Ebner of Eldred has
cher Russell last weekend "Far PREPARATIONSLIQUID
long) the Indian and St, Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound Beach and the bridegroom the
ante Far Away" Mr Russell sailboat purchased the Armory building of Charles Veazey Rainwater TABLETS, SALVE NOSE --
Ocean Frontage across; from the Buston Hotel, son DROPS. CAUTION USE ONLY AS
was equipped for travel
of Highlands. N C. and Pen- DIRECTED
f ful' and Friday was spent on the !in, Fort Pierce from David Put- sacola, Fla.
q river man In turn, Mr. Ebner, who
'n Both the bride and groom
eA ? > Mr. and Mrs, Juthe have gone owned the building occupied by have viisted with the Merwlm
< to St. Petersburg to visit Mr the O' Quinn Motor Company,
ooi o
and ,. ri at Edenlawn
Julhe's brother has sold it to Mr. Putnam I WHEN YOU BUY

_om{ RrvaR a Zurtt Mr. and Mrs,. Alex Naffln and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Riedel $25,000 Contract For

, a son Bobby, from Chicago, have of Belle Glade have purchased Newt Reel Advertising
arrived !in Eden and occupying 200 feet of river frontage at Walton
w? w A the Henninger home. Mrs Naf- from, Mrs L Heeman and Tallahassee (FNS) A $25000

fin Is Mrs Henninger's sister Miss Emma Fortlage of Cleveland contract for piomotlng Florida

? Lt and Mra N. W Klnlew This property adjoins through newsreel publicity hay
OMPAttt. been awarded the Hamilton !
.w'' from Dunn, N C., are guests at 800 feet bought recently from Wright organization of New YOUR HELICOPTER
? nws.ur the H K Burggraf home, "Blue Martin Curry. Mr and Mrs
York, State Advertising Director -
-. !, Heaven of Eden." Riedel, it Is stated, plan to builda Roy C. Beckman announcedthis
Mr and Mrs George Kryda, home here also several cottages
- of week. .. .,- "
owners large nursery inter He said 30 films will be madeof W" -, --- 1
ests In Sawyer Mich., who have Dan McCarty was the speaker Florida agriculture Industry

been spending a number of when the Order of Eastern Star I iccreation and travel to be released
weeks in the Royal Ponclana entertained the Masons in the to national newsreel companies

Court were prior to their departure Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Monday At least 1G will be distributed
I for Miami Friday guests This was a formal affair to movie theaters

i of honor at a snack party tendered Louis Maser HI of the U S. The project} will begin In Jan

q wn ; them by Mr and Mrs Army Band, home on furlough uary, Beckman reported and
I wr Joseph Svec of Chicago and was heard In musical selections: some of the films will be released
Eden as was Mrs Hilda Monogham : to television stations
. li.ar Mrs Kryda Is leaving In June of Washington, D. C", who (lead I ____ ____ ___ ...
tor a visit to her old home In the singing VEGETABLE GROWERSARE

on Paris, France This her second Many members of Masonic and SEEKINGRELIEF_
'. a trip since coming here a bride Eastern Star lodges from along
South Florida
vegetable grow-
; after World War I She and MrKiyda the drive were in attendance ,
ers now are seeking the aid of *
Z having met his Motoring down from
during Port '
the State's congressmen in their
service there with Chester, N. Y, last .
American week to enjoy for modification
) request suspension or
i troops. the 'Nation's Sun Parlor" of the ODT's high de-
After a stay in Miami Mr. and and try their luck on the mecca mnn age on railroad refrigerator
Mrs. I Kryda: will motor back the for sail fishermen were Nicholas cars. E. W. Lins chairman

.u.n wut west coast to New Orleans fora Sable and James Sable, guestsat of the transportation division of

rhf stay before returning home. the Sunrise hotel In Fort the Florida. Vegetable committee -
rBe Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties Mr and Mrs B W Sheehan, Pierce But when not on the said the present charges of

er '/T," Throughout Martin County from Old Greenwich, Conn, af briny deep, are daytime guestsof $11. $22 and $44 for the third, ,.
Tf ;' ACREAGE1 1RANClIES ter a visit with Mrs. C H ChUds Mr and Mrs Don Romanello fourth and succeeding days respectively c 3 xN
.,. In Palm Beach, are now guestsof In Eldred after a car Is placedon
Sewalls Point Rlver-to-Rlver Propertiesand Mrs Francis LJebler James back from five years !in a siding, are harming farmers
Mr and Mrs L, W. Lennard the Pacific Is here on the doc financially "We recognizethat

Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites and children, Ous and Leicester, tors orders and has had thillls there is a shortage of refrigerator ...3w"irs ......x+,0,8...
of Walton, spent Sunday with aplenty cars and that drastic

1 ::: B. ARBOGASTMl Mis. Lennard, Sr. In Fort Pierce While scouting in the back action was necessary, but the
Farms country with his hosts, the Ro- OUT action is too drastic," Llns When you buy your helicopter, copter, remember that aviation-
Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance Mr and Mrs. J. W Ebner of manellos, his brother Nicholas asserted.NOTICE.
Dealer tested Sinclair Pennsylvania
dementia Farms Meggetts, Se remember your Sinclair

sells oil of the same high quality Motor Oil saves wear on the

used by transport planes in fiymotor of your car-helps it last
ing over 80,000 miles daily. It's longer. Asfc: your nearby Sinclair

Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. Dealer for Sinclair PennsylvaniaAnd.
.L MV PllCtS.CAR. OV '(NABS ,. 1 HAVE AN And. until you get your heli Oil.Pennsylvania .
Notice is hereby given that A. C. Courson, Tax
1 -' 3-, WITH HIS WHISKE175 Assessor of Martin County, will be at the following

r L place. on the data specified for the purpose of receiving -

tax returns, for year 19461

d 1 '7 JENSEN, Precinct No. 1, February 4th, Quinn' Store

1 w i SALERNO, Precinct No. 4, February 5th, Smith's Store

Hobe Sound, Precinct No. 5, February 6th, Post Office Motor Oil

PALM CITY, Precinct No. 6, February 7th, Post Office ,

a ...,. ,,.ti.,,\ PORT MAYACA, Precinct No. 7, February 11th Post > C .

I Th re'. nothing in the line of general repair work for your car that you
No. 8 12th Hat-
INDIANTOWN Precinct February
t't obtain at the HAYES MOTOR COMPANY. We know we can please, be- ft 'sy ......- -- ;f;. '
lea we're experts in our line. away'* Service Station SOL I

., GOODYEAR TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES STUART, Precinct No. 2, February 13th, Court House

STUART, Precinct No 3, February 14th, Court House
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"' to 18, the biggest Shrine Day In ed In boxes per family the aver necessary to print the Fishing grATE ItEXSI.D.nu.v MEETING! FOR 20 The purpose IIf the

HR FISHING I Tampa history being planned CONSUMPTION IS .;e American family bought approximately Guide, and will go ahead on the DE"OUt.TS1'' T.UiP.\ was to make auingeg

: by officials of Egypt Temple. a box and a halfof project. the forthcoming )pumar
; The Fair Itself is shaping citrus fruits last year. :Efforts to secure the paper will be held Tuesday
up CITRUS PROBLEMS J. F. Kennedy. State Demo-
I the publication T. Mr. and Mrs. Kenned
of blocking
: Per capita consumption have been
IN THE FAMOUS splendidly and promises to be accompanied Jan,
home 22
Committeeman bv '
I the state the oy garlic a a\ I
rF fresh citrus effort but now "
: St. Lucie Region ; : a record breaker from every brings out an Interesting con and Ernest Lyons. assisted I by Mrs Kennedy, attended water where they' st
I ; clear
standpoint. The new premiumlist tate Marketing Bureau tr..stIth national consumption the State Democratic Executive cousin Guy L. Kenn)

E THF THUI SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN' OP NA1URAL RESOURCES, Is now oft the press, listing Cities Comparative Nat and emphasizes the possibilities I by Bill Mitchell of the I committee meeting held at family
-- to get Ne..1
awards that total over $20,000 FiguresThe of the market Last season approximately staff will attempt
An extremely creditable new s:ate-wide! organization which '
and covering every conceivable 20 dozen citrus book In shape for
publication Florida: Outdoors:' will have the power to get things problem of citrus market- I fruits of all kinds were, consumed weeks
I type of exhibit! Anyone desiring the next few
Ing to be one of under SALE-
.a Ls being published at Coral done for sportsmen appears per capita b>' Floridians and Guide has been
a copy should address the consumption rather than overproduction The Fishing I FOR
Cables with H. Wesley Harbison I Murphy urges everysports- the uMtoifc to thr state
Florida Fair Tampa and it will! according to the the most successful community
. U guiding light. Harbison who mans club in Florida to have Florida State Chamber of Commerce -- launched
be sent promptly without i I publclt effort ever
severed his connection with the in the federation .
representation PAPER SECUREDFOR hire Prior to 1940 some 200.000
Florida Sportsman to launch the I I and to work together to get constructive charge During the 1944-45 season. : copies were published and distributed -I 1942 ZIMMER TRAILER
I new magazine, Is well known I legislation across Governor Mlllard Caldwell 3$.525.000 boxes of fresh Florida free over the nation by
and liked here. and his sincerity -I Palm City bridge long a fav- his staff and Cabinet mill be citrus were shipped out of the FISH BOOK I the Chamber of Commerce. individuals .
and enthusiasm for I orlte for snook casters. has I guests of the Fair on Gover- state reports the State Market- ; I and associated agencies I 27 Feet Long. Sleeps Four. General Electric I

spreading the message of out been productive of channel bass nor's Da\ Tuesday Feb. 12,, it Ing Bureau This tabulation does I With the war annual pub Painted.
door Florida presages success I and sheepshead in recent das I was announced by General Man- not Include fruit canned and NOW UNDERWAY ,: lication ceased and for five daire. Newly
for the magazine I Bottomflshlng at the inlet has processed In Florida Guide
there was no
in i P T Strelder years
One of the projects to be I been superb-and those who I the Interim inquiries built Seymour Gideon's Inn
On this basis, the national ,I Ii!
launched by Florida Outdoors is know the right technique have and the Chamber of
I consumption of fresh Florida MR-TV Inquiries For Publicity up rapidly
an All-Flolida: Fishing! Tournament catches of
been making nice CADET SCHOOLS hundreds of requests
I citrus was appioxlmately four Booklet After Five Commerce
In both fresh and salt water sea trout. drzen per capita. Consumption Years I \ on file from potential M. J. GIROUD
classification! *-long a need .
: of citrus grown In other regions Martin county fishing visitors.
In our State, j i I SHRINE DAY AT FAIR OFFER EXAMSCompetitive of the United States would bring The Stuait Itews has at last I Advertisers desiring space In Jenson Beach, Fla., Box 383
Jim Murphy. new president oft [ THURSDAY, FEB. 7 should contact
Florida Wildlife Federation I this national average to about been successful In securing the the publication
double this amount. Interpret large! amount of book paper Lyons or Mitchell.
fishing columnist on the Jacksonville I Tampa : .
Journal and a leaderIn Jose Gasparllla will ---- ., "' '<"ro, ...
I pirate Marine Mid-ship- ....... 'i 0/I. :;;. : ;_ >>.v..
State conservation work con not put in an appearance at the
men Set For April 3'I.
ferred here today on his plans I Florida Fair during the eleven

for making the federation a day period of the show Feb. 5 Annual competitive examination -

--- 'I. open to qualified candidatesfor
appointment as Cadet-Mld- ,
shipment in the United States
l '\ it3l 'Merchant Marine Cadet Corps

will be held on April 3, 1943 in I

...[. 'Ov lA' "rKw .:;'+... conveniently located Civil Serv- .
w"T .. :F a. ?taC
.0. DO I ,. tCOCSQM 0" .ce Centers throughout the
"aw yo" :'QOW w"
.w.ews .1 United States The examinationis
I Oeurg' ,I STUART open to young men between
4"t \' ( FEED TORE 16'2' and 21 years of age who ( .i5 f,,
-r--7 meet the prescribed physical and
/ Ass. 1.1RASHCTANDARa scholastic .

I .;/ ) !..1 OP,RtLIAatUTYKENNY '" I, and A afloat four-year-requirements.Is given course Cadet-Mid- ashore Yes little girl

[ :
'" .. :.. I shipmen to prepare them fora ,
\ tt .I :. successful career as a ships of-
b-L.-v# ..- llcer The first year Is spentat

one of the U. S. Merchant
LEON AND JACK: Marine Cadet Schools located at NsTCTwr
ARE ALWAYS GAY AND HAPPY, either PASS CHRISTIAN, Mississippi Your grandmother bought ""

followed by a year aboard a
YOU ARE SERVED QUICK AND SNAPPY.We merchant vessel or training ship your mother's clothes here too -
Are The Happy Lads With The Sixty Smiles. an visiting ports of the world and
Hour Service. two years at the United States

Beat the meat shortage and the black market that Merchant Marine. Academy at
is to come by raising your own chickens. So cheap,
Graduates of the U S. Merchant
.o economical and a good way to limber up those
muscles in caring for them. Academy are
awarded a diploma. a license as i
ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOR ALL Deck or Engineer! officer In the

BREEDS OF CHICKS, each 17c U. S. Merchant Marine and a .
For $6.75 we can give you 25 chicks with enough feedto commission with rank of Ensignin
last two weeks the United States Maritime
Service and the United States
HAND AT ALL TIMES. Applicants In are sentimental t about children' '
presently high our department, The Juvenite Sho P. We
Scratch $4.05, Layer $4.25, Grower $4.35, Dairy $3.75 school who do not possess the
I required scholastic units on dateof ,have outfitted
STUART NEEDS: A few mail boxes on the streets submission of application will many children in this} city from layette to trousseau and then had them

to help the visitors Its a long walk from Bessey be permitted I to take the examinations

Addition to the Post Office.-Kenny. I if they submit a state come back for their own children's layettes Children are a specialty with us from
MEMBER i ment signed by the principal of

.: the school certifying that they the first breath to the first Our Juvenile
are scheduled to graduate In prom. Shop now has the most varied assortment -

'..._- I Mayor June 1943 and should
I have the units by that time. of customers in its history,

[ Successful candidates will not
!N- dered to report to Cadet

I Si hools until July I thus, per
mitting them to receive their
null school
diplomas 'We have big plans for the Juvenile
-- ------- Shop. It's crowded now, but before long we
Mr and Mrs L C. Moore of

KENNETH Stuart. called on Mr. and Mrs. to it the it deserves It
STIMMELL PHONE 76.J give space is at least crowded with good
O D. Quigley on Sunday. things, fashions that

share the prestige of Anthony Quality the
quality is our own high standard of

IsIT'SWORTH WHILE 1 what our merchandise should be, at prices for one and oil

Youngsters! of today have definite
very about fashion
and we find that they are

TO WAIT never too young to learn that good quality, clothes are the most economical in the long

run Quality, in our Juvenile Shop is
expressed in fashions of sound styling, careful workmanship

good fabrics and a wearableness that
forWESTINGHOUSE assures economy Juvenile Shop Clothes

styled for young Americans from
tots to
teens backed
are by this tradition upon which

I mothers have depended since + ."
Anthony: Juvenile Shop.was opened.








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