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 31, 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 )
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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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. VOLUME NUMBER 2:!. 1 lib STUART NEWS, MARTIN COUNTY, f'LORm1I1l'ItS!>,\\, JVM'Uti 31, 111fi.! |( I'RIE( : TEN ('ENTi


:.Civic Groups Demand Enforcement Stuart- Sailfish.- .-.-Club. .._-- Trophy----., One Day School Strike Ends Here

Of Conservation Laws on Fishing 1 t M I As Order Restored at High School

, Chamber of Commerce- Rotary, iA Aa SHUB LANDS- REITA TAUBE IS Coach Resignation At Hectic

F, Sailfishing Club Directors Act RECORD SAIL IN 1946 6 QUEEN OF Meeting Accepted By Doart!

Directing aeleishiii of civic iiiouis\ in ;Martin county '4 4.6 6 TOURNAMENT': t STUART HIGH All ".11.' ''tllll'\i tat\ ;Mm; \ it HicJiSel ,,, ,I I ,,dil.l. llldl'l.1 i i .

his week imphciticallj went on record us favoring law beeping" | nick to chlssr" afil'r i u Olll'-du.I' -IcikI ( m",.l i I I.,.,,

enforcement in t the ommuiinl! fishing industry for the )jug/ met ,:tern i parr'Ia1Jd] dbIlPJI"'Jall'hl'lI| |>) i hl'l I urn I li"i,,,,,

Betterment ol the comrnunitvhich has. a I largo stake\ 58>,, Pounder Set New 'llIleJ'III1.\,

oth In f fishing and in regulated commercial fishing Mark RecordTo Peggy/ Jo Ulmer Win Second Uoscoi 1 L .,
port For Weight 8UIJl'l'inl'nd11I| ( ) "Rollins\ relinrii)' II I tl itacmed ( '
The board of directors of -- --- ---- -- Date r Place In Annual Sport of parents and Interested townspeople :
of MARCH OF DIMESCOLLECTION 4 : to be ('IJJjYln i j( 111,1,i ianjonc ( ,11 .
vtaitln County Chamber Queen ConteitPeiti had expressed approval !
SLOW else. tiH' \ \ '
_Commerce Monday went on rec- A. Shub. New York City manufacturer of the board's' stand in backing ;: ( 1'1011"p|

-.>rd as "opposed to he use of gave local sport, fisher- Taube daughter of Mi the 1>principal the current con- and loitered about Iii arc t I
I), B. Hearn, chairman of ssvwr '' of Jen- drug' stores and catn t, p..arsmall
haul \ and Mrs Arnold Taube
*tiorce trap nets and seinesVoicing men a new mark to shoot at In I t troveisy
the March of Dimes campaign) r '' Beach, clowned SOI't.Quel'n II IOU)>.' (;onn'I.I1"t "I''.
opposition also to any the 1940 sailfish tournament, fcen was ) About 100 local high school! 1
reported that less than 90 for 1946 at hltth school overheard by; UK ''iii i I 1.1'
legalities In manner or place when he landed a 58'2 pounder a .students. mostly of the senior
dime packets have ben returned at the log cabin Friday ranged from i'oni n .od ,If'S ,
)f operation of gill nets. Sunday while fishing aboardthe : ceremony hig:> "cll001.! joined the nation'sstrikes
out night. She led In a sixI -
Chamber directors made It Sail fisher II with Capt. when
and the Wednesday they le- what Dad and Moth ,' ,
sent out- urged pub. over "
candidate contest with 10101
flan that their stand was be- Ralph Hartman jr. After a 45- I
lie to respondltliiugh the 'lillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllliif.1T'F': say when thry tot hue i ..''
Jo Ulniei
votes with
ing taken now that the war Is iliinute battle, the prize winner i Peggy
drive officially ends today, of Mr and Mis Ralph ; \llltll I; high on the list of \OPI, \., r ,
the daughter
)ver to end abuses In com- came alongside the boat, but ,
ulll continueto SP\\KS! ('11110Ihlghlight ''discussion the tlOl.,
the organization Ulmer ol Stuart was I ica
:nercial fishing Industry which suddenly decided he preferred to as runnerupwith
were tolerated durIng the war accept dime packets. and sail under his own power and D.200. Kenneth btlmmell ,, of tile( mm'n- ,,, case-Just In ease -the') J1J1"i

contributions, acted as master of ceumonles hen's. disturb ince nl the school 'decide to continue lieu 1 (1.1'I 1 1tion '
grounds of food production fought all hands for another 20 I
yesterday oc'('Hi'i'Ml when an .
jut which are now viewed as a minutes. The candidates Including one
t irate .iallier ii ailed Into the Supt. Roscoe Pol! ) us .lid bo.' '
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:Jeflinte( hazard to this county'smllUon elected from each grade of the
Proof of how well this
I MRS TRAYlO! members ., ,
till on, of Milking ,ollllc ten, expressed then .1.1
dollar tourist Industry ( schools
winter visitor liked the Florida | junior and senior high .
i \auki nut hh I tern-a.;;:, tlon to up-hold the .1 stL'l .
mid Its valuable commercial i by their classmates and all ol
will be evidenced
here by
':; I daughter. public' spanked vested In the pu K'ipi d! ,II i :
fishing Industry whom ranked close to the winners -
HEAD handsome pflueger sail moue I
AGAIN TO H her.-and sent tier packing make every attempt I Itain tu .' .
President T Oimhteisoi in the front office of his factory | of the popularity conLE'.tstaaed .
; ., ,
he1"C ; I up In classes! dlclpline In the I>" '.11 '1.
stated that I ol with all the pictures and troph- by the Lelternun club,
11I11111I1111I11111I111I111111111111I111111111... Approximately 50() p:11'I.I.: ,. ,
Commerce directors arc not opposed CROSS DRIVEChapter Irs connected with his day In I Iin addition! to those named, were
r. Pd the nl I
superintend! i
to, but uc, In favor of the Oulf Stieam off Martin if- A i Maydec White Dee Law, Jeani liiso to report to classes and ,
principal <> < i tlulln i i i II""
encouraging legal coinmcicla) county i I Ceacham and Patsy Sullivan. )Ill'uled downtown in u demon-
fishing, but have derided that 'I'his I is! the \beautiful bronze Siu.nl( Sailfish Club h'ullhy"hh'h I Votes, sold at one rent each, sti'iliun against the principal, I and phone c' ills kepi t\\11) "
Group Meets With The winner was only one of six I clerks bus.8dio. l ..1I1Ib"i:I "
wirmen bracket, nren'a
Mill be awarded to Iu the length .
Illegalities and evasions of the I netted approximately $&00 lor I J H P Thomas Typical of
conservation laws are liijiiilng Area Officials At Fort sallflsli caught by the party and olen' divisions, of the current tournament which end I the club's athletic piomoUon'' strikers i a leader' carded a homemade listened 10 'ol11plall.l.

i Lauderdale which included Charles Zimmerman 30, This smaller bionic sailfish for' I lie praise In ti ('I fori i Iii
the mutual assets of both the \pril liophv d trophy fund. sign. hoisted !un a stick
I Jack Levi and Mi and Mis I IAl'I1old I public sentiment
i' weight cli\iisc i and) a bronze marlin statuette are icon on display heralding their' complaint
sport fishermen and the com Mis Samuel W Traylor will Field all Pelican hotel In the window' of the Moiida Power & light office Jim Han'ell was campaign I "We have i conn' iri s',11' ,' 11, \1

merclal fishermen There is no head the Martin County Red guests. Dr. Field 1 is an Army ----.----- -- manager foi the winner and After a flurry ol excitement Thomas huh I.i, is t s !
opposition to gill nets operated Russell Rudd for the runnet'- vhicl h the tell-au youngsters .
Cross Fond Drive for 1948( which inajoi from 13altlmol'e.111e party through this '('))1f'01 sI .0 ,

In a legal manner and In I legal Marts March 1Repieseiitatlvcx. released three. ,of the fish and I Rooms Shortage in Stuart is I B. Oleske sponsored Miss White: "|>OPlfiC and sit 111<'11'I Is I,

places,but :lie Chamber directors ) I Bill Armor pushed prumuti
of Martin tae wearing the honor, release 1 arc brought tlll'lIl1 1 11, i 1"
are definitely going to take button the for' Miss Law: Emoisnn Kramer i iI hannds, ail 1 tin t!11 ,
County American Rod Cross met ; bidurof good con- Chamber Commerce Grief O4fD APPOINTSVo ( : 'urn
the lead in expressing censure I for Miss Be it ham. and Robot t tUieen
with six other neighbor: chapters (f uuftcoed au' /)(;? /'/nr, ) I pel'mll, us to dlsnii' .1 j IIIIcttlli 'i II' "
Af the force trap nets or seines for bliss Sullivan Himanaiteis '
at Fort Lauderdale. Ja i. 22 -- i i'r ',01111', sti"UtiI'll 1 ,Ii I'

and In demanding law ('nfol'ce- for n conference with Southeastern Dozens of motoi iM, nightly "ll' III'' V' served as escorts ,11I ,t \ D. WATERS AS 'lake him," tin'\ (';\ liHlnd 1 '
all blanches of the fish- the formal coronation rim Lettermen \ -
ment iu Area officials and formulated ROWELL KEITH bring turned away' because =tu- Many: tourists, tuned! awayat i I \ iilhci staled thd t 1:1 u\ tia,

ing industry ) plans for the 1946 Fund art hotels and llsud rooms ,:. Miami and West Palm Beach presented UK' 1111'11 i :i<' demand w:m rut,

v' There, his been Mowing: Indlg- CnnipbiKn in Much I private homes have been lull air iccessfiilly s<'cV us; m'- I with a gold bracelet and tails I BAND DIRECTORNavy of the patents. dud cut i aJ ''II

.na ;lon,Jitie. It was pointed out, here contestant with a corsage | ,' ..
The meeting opened at 10 a inat TO MAKE' RACE to overflowing In recent d tys comoclatlons ; I ;.axl>ayers and intri ( u' f a
the of resort
on part owners I solved the committee In charge of clc-
II It was reported at the Chamber One traveling{ salesman I :till be called.
the Sea Horse restaurant
hotel and apartment house proprietors I I of Commerce Monday night. the problem by carrying a sleeping coratlons and arrangements ul Man To Begin Duties The movement wes )JI'l'I'' '1 ", ,
with a talk by Regional Dll'cctor. -
and winter residents FOR OFFICE Many motorists it was said, bag In the back cl I) Ills auto- I Friday nights annual event in- e'tl b, the :estanaUnn' n'"' r' 5 "
) Allen J. Carter, who stn'" Monday At Stuart School
(CoitllniKtl'i I"1''/: / eluded Emerson Krumei Vci'inI
I air being routed to the Seminole mobile Anton C. Koenn'Rer 'J in" n
ed the post.111' Job of the Red
I I .
I Inn at tndliintown, 25 miles Hotels report InsUllinii! cots Gamble Dee law. Jim Chip, tciminiil moon late at 1'l1wJi I Ip J
CiossUilfoid Wendell Wait[ s. on
7 ARMY 6 NAVY west. ana doubling up" turtles In pelku Nancy OKSPI' and WlniI iblic heal'll1 i hall li: ('I i I ,
B. FlIgg, Director of Furniture Man Files This (cave front the Navy until Feb
I The Chamber I iccjucsU, li ins'; I looms One hotel man icpoilcd I i ard! Gordon ewer charJ.\c"\ filed cui I
for Representative :/i\ has been appointed band dl-
'nfoiniaUc-n Morning I
public and James
1 I that had mattress : Tlioni,. ,_ .
of hotel apartment 01 pih ite he placed II local by Mi fdlmlll '
icclor and teachei at
II l1ilth, general field
TERANS HOMESeven representative I Martin kitchen table for cmereny leucd assault 11) he., ,
rooms space anywhere 111 on a ( u'
also gave short talks. Competition entered the race | high school lIe expects to report -
county to meet the cmerg- accommodation : CHAMBERPLAN BLOC. cancelled' when KOl'lJIlI, 1 h"I ,
Other chapters representedwere for Martin County Representative ) for duty Monday, following
----- ----- --- -- --_ ___--__ --- -- --- ed in his rl''u.w.IIUI1: "', '
Clewlston. Collier County at Tallahassee at 9:30 this I ImOl'l1lng ALBERT K. ANDREWS> a conference yesterday with
andlix advice of his ,itt 1',1'111'' '' I II IlfI"
Navy .
Army when Haivln H Row ell. I FALSE ARRESTIS school officials. lIe has been In '
Glades County, Key West, and TAKEN BY DEATH
',, ,
veterans filed service discharges STARTED I ( III! J I "" I"'.:' I "
LaBclle owner of Rowell Furniture Co j MONDAY MORNINGAlbert Iii( Navy two years and eight

at th eofflre of the county draft The goal for the nation for here filed for the post : in mills and i'>mrx\ lure Hornoilando

board during the past week The 1946 Is 100000000. George Keith, owner of Mir CHARGED BY Keeln I And't'w) 06( .1, ullhoiiKh lilt home ad- FINISH 'lOMAIOliiSPARP : .

names, released by the new After lunch the members tin County Dry Cleaners. nn-1 i winter visitor line dice( ( his boyhood 1'11.. Ciunbr c i ''a" 1'11I1111')1; i "' I is 1I1'C''s' Is New Port Hirhle lie Is ON BEANS

clerk Mrs Bet line O. Raynes, I flMiiing\ ( with IlikJ' (' and W,',ilhim : native of Mill achulle Is
heard an InspirIng talk by Miss flounced on Jan. 10. days died uiexpecttrt! a > SALERNO CANNERY

Included colored soldiers four white and and five three'hlte'a.nd '' Helen Cassidy, Red Cross Hoe Rowell came hecr from Perry I Iin K. WALTERS\ Monday In a West Palm Beach local contnct ,. on moving |' Prior to entering the serviceh

one colored blue packets pltal Worker. who told of her Taylor County In 1938, atI|I hospital where he was taken the I and icmodeluiK the new Ch nnbei was band director and chemistry This week will IIIlHI, i iflisl ,,' I''

experiences in woiking with hos which time he entered the fur previous Monday. His conditionI of Commeui building cOI'1 I teacher for three years at inn oj l tollo) ( ''I".

They are : Army whale, Oerald | pltallzed servicemen. Miss CassIdy niture field here. Mistaken Identity Incident I I had improved sufficiently cltr- which some $3000 In bonds I Jasper He holds a B.S. degree Salerno plant ol the Sill., ,.
Monroe Thomas, Kenneth Bur- ,
Adron Is Field Director of the New The two business men will Embarrasses Lighthouse ing the week that doctors had :I' teen subscribed Plans and estimates from Tampa vjilveislty with I Products liar ,luk ThoJ1JIH') I

rows Stanley Leroy Orleans U. S. Naval Hospital run if off In the Democratic | ManagerK approved his return to his Port 'I i are now' being prepared postgraduate work for which he I superintendent report 11.,1 1 ,\ 'II II, ,

Crews Oeoffrey Alan Bunting: where she supervises all Red primary next May. Neither has'' I Sewall home, Rivers End", I for approval by the board of dl- was !granted a Florida teacher's ( first run though( nil,';: 1 11"S, I II
Miller Frank Andrews I
Colored Christie Floyd and, Alexander Cross Activities, including recreation jet made any public statement I J. Ted I Walters, main.\! 01 that day. lectois ceitllicate He Is a member of I has made a suhMini inn 111'1' ,S'

white I and social woik SheIs as to platform, of The Lighthouse, was falsely I Ialrested I The body was sent by Johns At the first dliectois meet- the Florida Bandmasters association In production:
Perry. Navy I : Saturday on orders ol I Cincinnati, his j ling of the year Monday night. Thompson als states th ,I' I, '
Arthur Mark Olson, Clarles Cle- a graduate of Ursuline College Accciclinj to court house officials i funeral Home to
Palm Beach county sheiiffs ol. President T. T Ougterson was Is uppieciatuc 01 i 1111' c '?
New Orleans funeral and ----- very
ment Stiller Morris Lee Walton and holds a deadline on filing for native home far I
Hubert ,iLannle Waldion WIllIam Masters Degree in social work State office Is not later than I IJ j flee on a charge of forgery. and i I burial in the family plot named chairman reported on i SEW (II IK) 'L 1101'Its operation which ho h.s, i 11" .

I f. Tulane J .' I' although quickly released when I plans for the membership drive I celved irons the emplo\r'< sI
om U:ilveuitMartin Feb 1
Andis Smith III colored > noon Friday II I I Mr. Andrews began coming to will
; office
I -- -- ----_-- _- I mistaken identity was establish which is centered on 50 mem- '' The county agent's I 1 Befoie stal'thlJ.thp\ I III I I'''.',
I Icd. I
Clayman Holmes ; Wallets feels that he was I: this section of Florida with his bets at $100" to raise the in iJoilty I remain open) until 5 clock Saturday I of French Bean. hone]p 1)11) ", ,
t In Sales Go I, father the late A, L, Andrews I ilUi nool1 Oil tiiil schedule -
$80,000 the Numeruussubscriptions
Realty of budget
KIWANIS CLUB TcT the Innocent victim of an inexcusable made plan loiT t nip' II' ( -
42 five alto
VISIT FORT PIERCE error which could do years ago haw been icccived ( '- [ t to ,i 'c >n odatc lirmei 1111'11t..111 the pi nit. situ('I It 1 "I,

.: I If great harm to Ills reputation endbusiness built a home at Port Sewall I he saidAuthoiltles I punting!: t 10 S :salt I in! work! it. tnd :11111.11: i ,'
On Record at Court House : I I where his family has spent each -- -- -- ----
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Stuart Klwanlans wll go In' connections I heiePattlculaily dithers. \\'hll'\l\ IK hellSmake I

f la motorcade to Fort Pierce Feb since a Miami i, winter. i' $5,000 in Jewelery is Stolen the plan) 1111 i <' ni'I'\ u I t
He Is survived by his wife Ciirlc -
(13[ lor a joint meeting with the I{ county realty sales lesctibcd as the north third paper In Its sunday issue cal CI1 the East toast
Mrs Dane -
S two daughters
Kiwants club thcie soared to $80,000 this week with of the south 18.2 acres of government 'I Ired an Item to the effect that : ,

Three new members were Inducted I transfer of the de Hull tar estate lot 2. Another five acres a West Palm Beach deputy had ; Rchbnin Hestand and; Mrs a sister Jane, MisT Andrews : -. : From Jupiter Island Resident : THE WEATHER

at last Fildiys luncheon on Sewalls Point to Hiram C. Ion| the river on the point was returned Walters to that city
0, Dunlop, and five grandchildren -
: BIll, Mitchell, Charles Rue I Elooinlngclale. of New York City, : sold to Mr. and Mrs. Emmett L I II on a forgery chaige I ___
: all of Cincinnati toclT\ were till figures. a gold link choke necklace -
and the Rev. T. J. Geary. T. for $45,000, leading the list The I Shomer to Mr. and Mrs, Robert I I II Saturday morning Sheriff O ---- Stite-lde search for : gold canines! of shell design j For the past week ,1 r ,

Oughterson, membership T'I transaction was made by the |I 7. Morrow of Cleveland Stamps I M. Hancock, Martin county received > : .t losi PIGEON: I thieves pressing who a entered the Rollin ; silver and rhinestone! earrings I ported by John Mini U is,
talked the history Florida Bank and Trust Co of affixed the price as $4,000,
man; on gave a call from Palm Beach I I identifier Ion I Weather Observer. City 11.111
h, White beach house on exclu- : and a !gold
Ideals, of the organization as a West Palm Beach as trustee for Otto Matousek purchased 360 to pick up Walters, and to hold : A carrier pigeon ciui>'lns the i Island, Hobo bracelet The articles were In a Stuart

feature of the induction piog- Mi. and Mrs. Philippe de Vas- feet oa the river on Palm City him for the arrival of a deputy 'band r\V-Service 42, Serial No sive Jupiter o'clock blue leather jewel box. I Temperature ni'lltllllc, ,
between 7 and 9
ram, I' annl Hull till', road from the Martin Maloncy Hancock took Walters to the : 527053: was found exhausted at sound'j Maximum MlnlmlllJl i iI.
i .. making off Also taken was a wallet. Navy
{: i. m' The purchaser Is a firm member estate for $4.000, Including about courthouse where a Palm Bench I I, Jensen Beach Monday by L. J. evening estimated $5.000 worth and U. S. Air Line Identification Jan. 24 65 (ill

NEW CLERK of Bloomlngdalc Brothers of 10 acres Raymond Decker .
DRAFT ; (viilniiiid' on ;I"'?( nil') LoicnoIQGOI : cards, and uncashcd: check Jan; 23 65 45
ASSUMES DUTIES 59th lit. and Icxlngton ave.. New bought riverfront lot 1, block ---------- -- -- -- -- elery.Houacholde i I Jan. 26 67 (i4
o=Og OGO'oao: = visiting the | cl awn on the Cleveland Trust
=:: s were
I Yoi'k, The property includes approximately 2. Point t St Lucie from James I I Jan 27 72 till

Mrs Bcrlinc; O: nay cs coins, the latter In a tan jewel
Tampa assumed duties this week front on the St. Lucie river, extending chased 100 feet of riverfront on left a door unlocked. |I I Ja.n. 29: 71 CIJan. !) !

as clerk for the Martin County ", across the point to the Day St. Lucie from Charles (nmnuinlly civic groups this! neck hate taken t strong Stolen weie: a star sap(>hll'e box, 30 75 l'

Selective Service, replacing Mrs, Indian river, All furniture and Steele; James P $aas, Cambila stand railing for ending/ of haul sclninj or 'ort'e-trap" diamond bracelet, seven stones I The Whites who have maintained -

Parnell O'Brien, resigned, Mrs fixtures were Included Pa, sold to Emma Schrum 2 loU nettiiif In Martin\ county, The civic leadership also! demands set in platinum: n star sapphire winter residence on Jupiter Hal"f.11I In 1111///

that .III nets he operated In a lawful manner ring set In platinum wl.h dit- 'i Island for a number of years, /
Raynes worked In this capacityfor Another 4-flgure deal was sale In Oolden Gate and two In Dixie gThis

two and :a half years at of the downtown riverfront homeof Park: Charles V O'Neill sold to I newspaper today received numerous calls from St. moods: a Mexican jade bracelet I ate socially prominent. Their Ja.n 21 / I

Bushnell and Tampa before Leland Pearce to Mr and MM. Andrew, Kappea lot 3, block I Lucie Estate residents protesting about force trip nets' In silver with carved cpllnx northern home Is at Willoughbj I Jan, 23 131./

{ranirferring to the Drew Field J. D Christmas of Harrison, A in Buena Park, Port Sewall, operating in the river 'practically In town," and we are In I beads; a carved oriental. jade Ohio. He Is the son of Thomas Jan 26 '

of communications from winter visitors "expressing ring set In gold: a carved oriental Howard White, founder of the Jail 27
receipt /4
Separation Center where she Tenn Revenue stamps Indicated I
and Oeorge W Green sold three I Jai, 23 .
has worked during the past two a price of $11,000, A $6,000 lots In Stypmann subdivision alarm" at the continued violation of conservation regulations, Jade pin of butterfly design White Sewing Machine Co., was Jan. 21)) / .1

years, sale of Sewall s Point riverfrontwas I What is your opinion on this Issue Public opinion Is : set in gold; a Jensen oilier vice-president of the White Mo-
to Mr and Mrs, Herbert Dugan Written will be doomed, bracelet in rose design and earrings Jall. 30' CIFI
the determining! factor expressions
t State auditors are :nspectlnj made by Mr and Mrs. BrorJ : : I II tor Co.. and president of the I \
lots to weeks issue, S to match Persian camel I
the office this week for the an- Carlberg of Palm Beach to and three adjoining Mr front residents and winter visitors) for next ; a
I bone link bracelet with colored :; Cleveland Tractor Co I Ty'
and Mri Fred
U Hall
..hoc'u.I C B Arbogasfc. The property ::::::::!':!:=! !::! t==t'!:=! !:=!(!i

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I i nntVpr) t 112(1 e eltnlh of ld. 1'11111( (' I laundn. sold today<1 ilMeknpss >( r r 1
I : "i 'm('-:i.Bon I mil" vv 1\ .''''H. 57, who hid been r'I'll'l n -County conveillonf on !the slim ol Hi t iheisltvof I. I ol employees ami i ,
\ "ithoiiKp. Frail ( be held next Sunday/ In thr PemnxlMiil bill "eiM connected
nuehniit In 81! I resulted
;ir) !1\ :Plbvvlllent of h''P naw
shortage ,
hluh I'hoollIdltOI'1I1I1I with :the 01 hl1ln.E'kl't
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fi He Is behind Mfeixirc
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limn < ,_ the laundry/ falling
i.I'h 411 t School In Palm Bpaeh will conduct t in
'by I tin er ons and ond enith.erWo W remedy
n i i .. ,-Ii I) by t1 [ __ ____ I i Ihe Tel-County group I II (ompeiseel thp serviced In Christ Memorial I' : but we hope he rte''
" '! ''''' ,\1, Mwhich ;'In. '' PARKER OPPOSES / of linger Horn Oteeehibee I Chapel, lupilei\ / Island 1'1' this -nation: ;hortlv; do all t ev.Nnttlnoro .
"ind golnn
at I. I"" rlu'IVrr', i VntlI sty< CRARY IN RACE St, Lucle and InllanRlxei Ilobe' Sound' In the absence) 0,' glared (me ,nIifiont 1I 1- \ .yeanstlNO 1211 Ltlt.
Martin county
Coil tll"lI. The '. Reibeit E (il'tbbh,I. I bpst to give c
I k ,111011., tin :24 brnii pi on vim I the Rt. K<'\
\I : i I I FORT PItRCF Oils R. ('al'k,- which begin nt 10:30 a. ni.. Sunday. Feb" 3 ut I 11 11).m, I J. liundn arr'rlce--'

1 I.JI''>!I' P \ \PRPll I Ii or I el. I-ml\ Pie',irp attorney who hnxjeisl : will Include community "lnlngii8 } The Rex, Lutz; wax fur II t time' 1

981 1:::::::, I i II I iiv I.slanfl. II tri ) ieox-neil] hid Inw ofllei al'- well ax olo. quaitct and due t I chaplain eil both the American FOUR CRADUATE

'''' : R'II, i I', piesentntlvc) I : ( I I\u'n"I'nft, teirpomtleiS ) I' Naval iiMntlon will be n cniull. on the grounds and those In France He.. hint served a (pnilsh; IN FIRST AID .

'",Ik ('n\ hopped(\ "iiI 11- dale 'lei luileir flOlll thf ieUlli '>\ : e im KP leiok for a large repit' i"nJliillon I In Lonelon TAKE FIVE MINUTES
. '" ''I.I.''' .V01'i .oral: UK' I'(on; ellKtrlel! tejinpoxcd of Mnitin from Mirtln! count; Outside 11 his 1'I'J"511111I1calln." The Reel Cross first aid e-la-

""t U 11 i' Inlet, I'sin::is I ( :, 8t Liulr: : and: Indian RPIes ;, I I tPientshe hn klvcn l'Ollllldcl'abhtltnt ,,1'01' Inrtiuetom closed : ituielix28 '. Wo you the O P. A. limit for your car'
t I I l Iv, '. Hilleel ,' I I MMtllN I ((01 Ml IIOMIT, .: Jan Those Rraduaing nInstiiietoM cm PRY
1 in 'Lli
1'lIunll5. he -"diet here Mrmeltn' te the' Sons of HIP" AHIPI!
.., I : 'DltlMsI .. were, Mr, Lloyd (' Is o> much ai you can get anywhere and
j jl I! 1 iK all I" I y, hicks i toe" k- j pniku I hall f\inllllcel| loi ran I tan Revolution' the,' Sorletv ofColnnlnl 'r | WITHIN THE LAW
,I. I 'i 111" snappci) lit net I elld 'cvillh the ,L,1"III'j"" Mr. W R.
"Dude"I Kecic-tiny n I Mi (nnel( Mis John WOOl( )ian I Wins and I HIP All Alliance
, I ,' !I 5" U I ,,12,1'., ',IK',sis fit, !II he 'siuti' : is has Cvaiir Clni if the birth i i David A, Schaefer and Mi 'A'R
; ; i in iiDiinee ol a I
'II.5, J Lench
till l itic ilipidI J\ 8lual't.t I IM5! sponkPl, of the Flo/ I- I h i on Jan :it ---- -- -
IHI I Ml' ,I I'lx( | l'nl \S| ,|It rti house I Mr and Mr, Michael Kntcci' MICI\I( "CI (11l1 flItLPIt1FISr.1rRr I The marinate will ohcitlv) I Itnl't 311.25 South Dixie
,, \ tinmen In nut aid, :anelinvone
,1 ''' 1 Parker" has !
practiced low hoi-e nnnoinipe !the blith" nf u lIOn on 10 Fort Pierce" Fla Tehphoi
/ u'' '1 ''XI" lll\'(' 0''I I IIP : .Inn )his]| uradiiMloii In 1934ni I Jan 28PatlpntK, ni: nritirT: ( ; : : TtKMnt: 'i Interested' In jolnlnt. i -
1 p, //:11:111': (: )HHI e' I IK', 11 tunibiilmiel unlveixliv 111III \t I admitted and ,11111' rlusfi in standard first aid will -
', \:. z YIII'k itist l \\1>nn I xrheHi) nt Lebanon Trnn with Mi', K F Yair< 111111 will be 1 111, I please cull Mi, Baker, ,phone 21
ehargpd James Phattprkii i\ai" C=OCOC=oool-: ::: :::::::
l ; III .tll11t1-t doI. llthe I | ( \ipplloii) ol !he time/ lie I 1121211 MltPhollPntltn Slum: 1 ul'.clay /ill"111)11(8 i Fib. 9', As soon( as sufficient tlld/1I'/ M

: : I .J'! 1JlIln' \ulHP! i MI: in S\PP] | He' Ix a meat' I :K admitted' \\' : m'm fell' thi 1)11rposr" 'II ::1I'I''plll1clnlm l ] f ''lie enrolled, the dnt' will Still
1 I D"h'" -.i-He,,[il t bPI'i nl /)1011I'1"1'| | Fort Plei-pe lam West Mr Vila Rout Jc*:('ph >' loi 0111-.1" ,11111 ,'111)151,1tnsurancr l 'MI l t Reel Cross Hist lid si allOlh | We Are Catching lo (
eA1T I "11 ""I t till 1\1'1" I;. nl 111 I' ih III. lithe i \uis ihr Inu Dtls! I (any. I 1)1'111'11 I : Hi 111 H it i' \I'lII)1'! nll'lIl'd1) : riilfeienli ( I'alll-

\ II I] piilln" j R Puke i srxi PitlPiitu dIII'hl.lepMI'! ; : \ -. ntarttel n :the(' ('mt Roe: III1I. I 11.12' ( pnults) piitlcttlaih/ nl, t the
' : I Itr 111)) i ID'I'I 11,11' Cowl I House at I ]ll I 1 With The Rush
:: "IU I Hunn \\amslev of Phlladdihti ,1 I III 1I1.In i: I1I"h\\"ny i
,I '/' "\\1c I. 111"- ilRr.t'rR!I \\III rKiu: mmMl : ; > LV CraMorel, Mian ilatIIH -
1 1)'u'' i II'I'" ,i i In. I : \li ... I I I
nn ;1 n'Inn P :Moon Hen'IP / '\lP ana ( Marl' 01 Y
le, I l ''I" loll' .i b"aI"1I 1. l Mini"i ixc'me'nl Sperlnllut for luc 'III. SlIlhno'l! FOR CHARTER BOATSPORT 0
. I 1--l: .1'111114' a I I lit Ul )iv SIItI t. EM:Ion 81'vl'l'11'( in 1 FMORY, PHILLIPSEN ,

) ill' ,Iflll I (: IICHOW :l !' Al i u u'i 11 t hot t ul( rk. IIlId! Sl piit so-nr j ROUTE HOME In The NeaFuture We Fx
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t. ," 'I'III-1'I'- Illnu, a11htl.s Lucllc CABIN CRUISER
111111'01"1 Penrl Haiboi'. T II. Entoj L.
I j\dl.lI] i i ('''i m\'' he me' demoiisHi. I It'al"l1'I poet! To Be Able to Give You
Phllllltl.f!: I-P
o| Stuart -
'" .,"('11: 0
I 1 "IIIeN I \. Is (in the' wax' home Pill IJIji Q The Type of Service' Tint
w IH nor eil over 4,:ZOO hluloliitVavv "PEE WFF"JT o
MEIN ] I : nnlJx l(: I' |I' \\' xetpiniw whom vhe "MagleCm Will Satisfy U. Both.
(;1 His; 'I Ml 1111,1( I:
I ')pet i Is bilngiiitt back: to tho
I 1 "I11t line' II i In 5 5?
men Martin
h 1iQI"" It'"'' "I "'Ill" 1\\1 iincmplovmpin. nIhp.
II ( ''1111'' 11>;111011 dll'lnll, t hI''l'l'k SAILING PARTIES
Inr'I. '} I J.ltl 18/ 'J iteil' USS Yorktown one of
pnximnli more than 250 cairlcrx bittlehlp PEOPLE'S LAUND
YOU NEED NCW TRACTORS ,I 11' 1111(1" 10 U5
I > diilKpi-K. and attack tI1I111IIOI.t. CAPTAIN E .L. MacDOUGALL
; ; AND TRL'.K: TIRES ? '1'111'11\1\ ; |11"1 l( (' is; | > In the Vixvn famed"

a large Mock >u our store In Ft Pierce I IflsiroMH ')1'0 II:li, It Manic; Cm pet" II'et--lpft Guam RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED Stuart, Fla.
IU'I nearly ail ttzir, if we. don't have them, 'I) lit Idiii't dubxintn. November 17 and I Is scheduled
for you, We i-fpnnent several Mrtnu-\ nli whit'h'II xphedulpel 1)11'I for I 'tei arrive! In San Fianclsco .boutDPcembpi PITTMAN'S DOCK PHONE 9140 154 Flafiler Ave Phone

f So fee us for \prompt) ,ser\'ice, Our price' FI'i ;> h d.s been postponed le I 1 1PaMeimerii J. L--___
I o0or--=0t ==== o=
I I Ij
i 'III 1 Ii I I.I will
( IX Mb ,2it 12 30 "II RO directly to -
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j 1 P' "ible II1'I! le held it the tinoriJliiHiiuii' (';I'I'I'S llHRiesitlipli
Tire & Appliance Co. lI'. "'Ibm and will be open toll I lioiiicx to complete the KmnlltlpN '-
I ,i l t" q lists and .lesldrnls. ol StuIII of obtaining then! dl' "" ',h k } c-- es- s
Ft Pierce, FlA. ,il A LUr) nn iiincrmcnt11], I ,ehiif.Ps[ before" rl'tlll'nJlJg .. at'
be in lele ', :he piesidpnt stated I rlxllhn lllc 7T ?
.. t V r
IIIMMIirt: : l:lMs: :Mils.. HI SSI U.f. KO\T f ftr + v
TIN II \If I "*l :\li\\' "rI'OIr'1" IM U IMIIO\M:

I ] ; In The Gulf stream/ Copt MiixSchoenbeiK! was oarof : :Mrs. Russell Roat who win,.-
I the lucky' chnl.tl'1'1I1>11I1nl<
t the Indian Rlxor nexxx l Jllr tiltlIIal'l <
CHARTER BOATHIHOOK Sundnx who pon.acted the school
)piper. iisliiK !the
)pi j
IayhllIn !the !Quit!
I name Viva: Claik xxis :
fit'earn oft local shoics With rp11'I'
b t x' Mai'
tin County I1mpJlJi.1< i ilacllpt
party aboard the Henilcttn III I '
he landed ten beauties, the I today to be Il1lp.IIVP< t
1111'1.1-1 !She was taken to the h
I Engine' CII'l'l"k;: fuel catch (',)() rv
-- Ship to Shore Phone the 1111 I Snttirdnv lollowlng in "lInd

.1'1,1 CAPT. HI'I I it hpi home on rnellin RIVHCHERRVS1ONF
I SANDERS 1'AIKg) to I ftor\ltl' )1'1\1',

1)l Arthur SehulU, New'ark. N Y.. -- ------ -

1.\11.111'I it'( ("j I 'IIoiI111111| | ) ) business mm and Rutiiiinspcmlin j.l r r t Mi4Pl: tt1j
Vr a whiter \'a'UllOlI I liPient
I I < / ; IJ A "I I I'll'I'.\M, :, '-: |I" (
i .i (It tlIlul"1'i'; I ; 1i 1n I Die Stpxensein u'side'net'. .a\'I' r CLAMS

*' .\i III': i 1"I.IIIt/I'\; / ,a i ennipitathe: talk IIn his home
r tot\n and! the: loeil clubs il Sin' I
I I I : I ( )I-(" ',,I h i ,\ THE LIGHTHOUSEiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii !
| 'hInt'/ < !IIIO :wt i : NuIN1'y' meetiimVcdne selu\' ::

-- 1 s( noeiis' 10 in: ciniitII -- ;
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e All ., I houlN WHY DODGE
tltuitt G t + in Mm tin p(/mi.IxI '
a .lId I h., 12111x12(1 I JoI'Hlu1", bI/ .,nl I YOUR PAINTING ?
\wl.) 1.111'I tin, 111(11.1(1 HueiI '

n"tl.. I JclU'atllllldJ; As o.clUlnn.Ilcl'Iuurtl When' it it possible for
,I'' I. heMU you .
I o' have it done In tlie right p
t'&L 10 1:1.1 l. 'I Oil 11(11(8 I ( way at the right price.

I I Hili, \\' .11 I UK. (' IMIN JACK DODGE I
1 >I' Malt hews: Pint I \'eleiiinsI
M!" I 'II, I 'n War, 1111. JI)( I' ."II l 'joI niroimoitt.i
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II' I''I! n111rI I h ,1'iI 1)1) :11 lei
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Valentine Special


Five Lot with 280 feet fronting on water

and 300 feet on street Southeast exposure- Electricity i .

and telephone available. In City limits, hr YOU'LL BE WANTING ,
I II / I t//I}, IT'S lltfilf. AGE HOMES REAL J SO
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lots close Two Garage in for only Apartment$3,600.00Five building and three IT'S Drudgery,UEBIIE..ELHTM\ICSTUH{ \/ I 1 E 1111./e Ilal.11. Fl F J:

backbreaking toil and

\ ecdz HOPE CHEST housekeeping banished from the cooking, cleaning guesswork and other are f f 'f- T
tasks of the modern I
Electronic DINING RO'
as advertised in room hollow tile home and lot near home with its gleaming white Age r
electric spotless all. r
EVENING Stuart High School A good buy at 650000. kitchen It's the last word in
SEVENTEENI and it'a "out of this world" for
I comfort con. LIVING (
vemence and the pleasure it ROOM @
I 1 Id\'c \'.ilut" inc' I kit, Gill for swciiluurr.lieiKlic The Electronic home will bring, -.,-..-v _.

0. / : \1 lltr brings, improvements in -' t'
G111 lumhnus' ro every room of the house the kind of ".
L..l1e ments that impe -
4uar.urrced 111(1111 |I'ro'HII"' Ic.i uri"*, areas new as tomorrow but S
: in e..,ul> fur ulusi! dilixirj'! and comfortable as your favorite as pleasant 8EDRO

EDWARD MAPP now to make your home an Electronic easy Age chair home plan Electronic Age d..

mends adequate

I Furniture Co. REALTOR (p \ ing, large wir.rn,

FLOIIIDI.OIIF.II 4. .. GIIT ( wire> plenty of I (
} i P O, Arcade Bldgr. Phone 19 Stuart, FU. 'OUpnl' led and plenty
Building Phone 61' ., '"11 \....' 'WitetIP8. .J. l
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Till ':It' tIII'1.1C) 1I1t'11"I fnlt M: I1' ii "::1111 'IIIll I::s|Iltl .1\-:1'11:1: : :I IJOCIAL 1"1 I<, I' ''I Itnal"e I

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:MIIS, 1IUtnTYN. Sl"iI'h'I'-II-I;
Ne\\'* ilcnin for this !jfiper must reach HIP in" "'s JlIIII"1'
Happenings of *
. ) offlc heroic.BPHONr noon on ion ISrlbu< "'liTEI I

'r/LLAIIAN-JF1\1\IS/ : I wings ol Pensacola. December 9. Dlt. .\\U :MltS. M,.\|. MR ,\M> :MltS tlC11CItClbll'I.ItlEN'IEgo ; GI) C 1:1.\t \Nconc{ :Mr and Mrs Louis W. Lead- :Mis I Ail<' Dprlci/ ha, .Irrn'Ma 1 :Inti11": MH 1 ,

jjAc, and Mrs R L Callahan J In Lusedale Miss DINNER HOSTS I : (',\rr CEIBBIIt'lIS; minium' tauter: who have been nuests\ ol (. JroJ1! her home 111 Louisville. 'If Oak Le.u6. 1, \ ...
I Di slid. Mrs Ilo%' net W. Veil !\\N-r.S: : US nut i tin.\\'
? nounce the marriage of their Mrs Callahan is a graduate" Oorln Hane-ork celebrated" her I hit" (lousln. R< sefK> II Rollins. Ky. I li n \vii| her mother :Mrs tiN t' \\iito r J. 'I 1 J' !''
of Part Sewall entertained Mi I MI. and Ills Frank Medei 01 I
.,..), Robert. Callahui: of Like" I of Pensntola High school. Th and Mrs Charms hiiiiKer and Clt ,'i'lund AVl'nll1 I. hosts elf\nth birthday anniversary I and! Mr: ,. Rollins lame returned L A. Piige at T.opldil] ( Farms (.olliui ((1Rr''/ "' ,. P] '

. irth to Miss Mama' cA. Jen young couple are residing in their son. Major Unrles Bch- lioniiini ('apt] H. Walter "tn Sat rdav' at tin home ol her to their home, Tallasee, Ala .. .---- ----- --
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Lake Worh.: Mr. Callahan I.I U :IIIRPI[; jr. for dinner Sunday' dera! those boat Hi-Hook, IK pat...nt.s.. Mr and Mis Frederick I -

Cc:, engaged In construction work in night at the Lighthouse In cele- tt'rhCl.l: at the Gulf dock, Jan. Ilauork. on the St Lucie Rlvei Albeit, Cll1rllley*l returned Tuesday SALES 'ro See Us For
I bration of 'heir wedding annl- 23 at a dinner celebrating his Irom the Philippines to his
Fried SHRIMPCal Palm Beach. The birthday table was covetedwiti ----fG 'IP .
i \'f'rllary. bit thduj' at the Bluo( Goose Inn. home '>n Akron Avenue & ; Repairs and l lltRI
I T'htf1 le was decorated in a ) a lace cloth and the beautiful !- ,-- --- -- ------ ------ = .<.f'I' ,>.. I -
THE LIGHTHOUSE nrSIflmF: Fl tVTIIIItIM: C1I\PTTK blithdav motive and the guest white cake decorated with SERVICE l@) parth
I GIVE i I'MtrV cnjovrd chicken in a basket," pint rosebuds" and, format-me-
Henry Cable was dinner host
-- Tuesday night to the directors of St Catheilnen Chapter of These attending included Mr. i not lighted with II 1 pink candles I ARNOLD BAUER

the" Rotary Club at his home on the Episcopal church, gave a and Mi <. Earl) Cramer of New wits served at the 0111\1"I\ I

r tr Cnsa Ten'ace. Present were Dr bingo( party Monday night at Oretnn N J.. J. Ernest Nolleoi Ion ol luncheon by the little THE LIGHTHOUSE I St. Lucie Boulevard Phon' !42.W

j Charles! A Cairlel Ernest Lyons. the Wommis Club More than lantlc Cite, Capt. and Mrs. ho>'isfc. with Ice cream u 111'1 i iiPiffc
Jtf. 100 attended. Orange; punch h. Waltei Sanders and the hosts, : Present were Patsy Barr -
I L B. Euilt Luther Damron, Russ .......
PII": i9II''" "s.- .IitioL vtoc ssrlate
the :Metiers, who are of Atlantic "
ell Wiles ,and Oscar KanarekADSTRAC1S and home made cake was served Betiy md Jane Morrison uid _
,} Vii. STUART -- --_. -- '- and over twenty-five prizes were City he: sisters' PatilcK and Darts i: i
SINCE awarded Proceeds will be used Haicirk Later the) inonpint
to beautify the church grounds buts" si'H'Kit nosnss:! 10UIIIH.II to I iii movies. WINTER PRODUCEWe're

, 1912f ; (ll'))
na ( IKL S.CImT) : Mis Roisei Splcei was! hostess fOI: AND !MI.S M.\l'IHlS.\l.H)
RsSpeelalIEe agS 'msiviiinoo: \ : to the Ace Ilith: Club Sa-: on. stn IIOslS

and 'I I hi Oil I Scouts met Tuesday urday at luncheon and bridge: C,". aid Mrs 3..hn Q Mm not bragging-but where else in Martin County will "u

afternoon with their leaders In lioi home on Egret Place. St. Don. Id of Eemlnolo Avenue 'n-
In Mis. Jolly Bone and Mr*. HeriiiinFiitzJi [ Luck Extnlps (hib memberil lert.ined: \ at fl'nnei" Sat tu'dn" find it produce counter stocked with:

U / A report was made l pct i sent Included Mis Boyne Me- nigh taking! their 1I1I1'1iMr

ItenlalyFor on the fruit and cookie" sale held Ph i'on Mrs, Evnns Crary, MisL and \4\11.\ Evans riaiv. to the!:
Saturday momlim in the P. O J. MilHll, ji" Mrs Leon E. LIUi: )'o'mMM -. .

Arcade which netted" $1542. Ashley. Mis L. Ashby ArbognstMis -- MOWER LETTUCE PEPPERS SQUASH S1KIN( .
Harbin Cray 1 kit ye-
Present : Judy Arbotiast, Zola Webster und Mrs.
Information TAX I AND" 111! E Oulwa tcrcl: y Oil' the DIXll'-FIIlMP] i;' t III i MEANS 1 PLAS CARROTS CFFTS CAB ACI. ,
INVFS1ICAIIONSESCROWS Mat Blakpslcp Olive Burgess Id\\: in A. Mennlimei. Prizes fm
join hn husband I In N01'-
cal Estate Insurance dillINSUKANtr" : Patricia Hancock, Gloria Man- high"' SI'lI'rs'l'I'p) won by MID' )l-ii after visiting her IJUI'I'ntul111 -, SPINACH BRUSSELLS SPROUTS BROCCOLI CUCUM! AC I -,
cock Betty: and Jane Morrison 1\1':1II\I't: <> : : ;taut 'Mis Menninkert'1'IDOt
Write or Srr FLORIDA Shirley Rose,lie. Evelyn Reltz I stet.: Mi and Mrs in |I" GREEN ONIONS CHIVES RADISHES FRESH SFR AW ,
i : | tit I t..IlIIt.\TIOX( T.l'I'dl I! and Mrs. E. J. Smith u
gram, Anne V'al'h. Jean Brown
sieola: lUg IMniiip loll JIM I'r KF"NFI.sal''at and Helen( :Mi'('iilloiiKhMl vlis David A. Sihnrki and eMI I ('ItANltlil4RIES PARSNIPS RUTABAGAS AND A I)O/I N
SIDMCT Mi. I R. Hoi':mi attended the > null 1 Mrs Russell A. Oil'':us: I
STI'AK1. H OHII.A : !. ,\\II> :Mts. II J-:\( II 8t.Ind-0-UII' federation mcct- of (.mlt.uk Sound l.olntiik: MORE VARIETIES?

-- -- KUt 1 IXNMKMi >>1 : :iii, Monday: nt I the Fort Flute N. (' ill'heel Monday to ')ll'llll 1 I
'. and :Misilatord R WumII1's: Club Mrs. Schaefeipiosdint '. tin I tt winder They an in i residence -
Now-sweeter Leach were huts Sunday for dinner of Stuart Womans in the Sloeum Apnt\ Hit, Answer It Nowhere Except at The Complete food Star i ..

at their nome. Tucluhoe Hue. rave n ,ipoit uf tin yeai's assent 17 Biyanl, Avenue

R tastier' bread with tf"-1l:: Sewalls Point Guests Includedthe activity Mrs. Hoi'ton has wenceeietaiv --a--
Rev. HPIIU BlnckbUrn, DD? nnd treusui of the Mn. (vide King. jr.. and( :Mi '

FLEISHMANN'Ss and the Re\ and Mrs., Wilfred Federation lot the" past two Franat's King of Atlanta i II'' i I'' MARKETIII
0 yens one h und led members Kin MI cf Mi and Mrs \Vfoid .,. CROMER'S
Aldridge.II !r I I I' ItDSII! < ,'I VIII.
attended nnd they raised" 111.75 R. L"nch Sunday II, till I n!
' 2.FRESH ., ; ( i FI KI.its ntti. INKlltl ; fet the Match of Dimes An Interesting liou,t. i ou 6fwalls Point \\1.111.11\11 I I I: Pllo\t ss'
I () III:ltd a: ..
fpa IIII'e of the afternoon -; ....
==_ rV" th 1'1'1 \\1 The \\'lnd-lIjJ of the social prog mm was a panel dls- Mi and Mis Harry Fraser III l -
Navy life at Port Pierce was an cu-sim led by the Rev Raymond Chi ','vc a! rived Monday to \i' tlici
( 6 t p ofllr'I"( ball Saturday night\ at A. AII('\'. Other members! of the ';I'()'11." L. 8. Oregoilc ;mil!

tin' Dfliocis! Club with :MiOnioiic, enioute to :Miami
YEAST more panel included( D. II SaundeisDan
I wile.' ti.iv will spend) the : -1
than 250 guests ittendlnx The Mctniu and Dewey Crawford seisoi 0)1

party: was formal and a buffet Questions discussed were. l I .
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w" supper was served' at mIdnight. "Iy Conscription Necessary in i i

Comdi and M.s. Tilimdge- Pence lineMint 1 Country

, >' .., jI son and Mr and Mrs Arthur Should HIM Control Of The FOR INFANTS
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$ -:- ---.......... -" Chippelka were !attests of Capt Sl'ell'lIIImll't EC nib; 'Bisin l". ALFAR MILKThe
--- Clarence Oulbl'l\l1"on. Comdi 1IIl' Paeun'i 1t'.1 i ..,.tat 1 Shoved i!1 1
and Mi's. A. V. Jinnntta included the L 11,11'1'. ,a V""'i' In: Ib, Best :Monty Can But
t's so easy to bAke delicious, smooth textuied loaves I
!Mi and Mrs. Arthur Ja.11,1'i : t r"
you\ise Fleisthtmnn's octwe fresh, Yeist This> fresh III In their! p Jal'ly. BUY BONDS

.ysst.is; full-strength It goes right to work to help UlfV RerS'1 YIPPEE! VONTMURWR THAT CAR, MAP AM.
you I jMIt \M :liltS, ll:. ;) :
get, best baking results every time, II .\lft" tl1.: DINMItMi : t1" Alfar Creamery YlPPEEf VOU'Rt GOING TO MM IT

'IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-insist, on ;' : and Mis \\lllafoid Ran- WEST PALM BEACH I,
sons Leach nave a farewell dinner 456 flamingo Dr. thon
rieischmann s aclnv' fresh Ycnst The ": : II BREAD 7175
Monday night In honor of
cake with the familiar yellow 1 ibtl'! UeixndableAmerican
fj ;
'ryss&f their daiiRhtcr !Mrs Arthur FRees --.- .
favorite for over : f I III. Mi Rees and I their

70 years I"" '...-;-.. If/ I lit;!JP son Jolf who left Tuesday I LIST your Rooms, Apartment and Rental

1 t morning; for their home In Atlanta Homes with us,

rldllldJ -f / 1 after spending; three o
months with their parents Mr[ L. FULFORD

,: CP' ,. b Rd's Tech plans to enter Georgia ufit' .d 's/t., KH Ny. I __ 'I I ,

nnixo siiiixo nrvmcnorcitn
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Cap and fairs William Mat- M\N\CLMLM: 8UT 1 yOU AND 17 MILLION SO DON'T MURDER/ YOUR CAR.
hI'of Rochester, V Y. have -
:arrived to spend a month with Newnain Building
I liei 1111'Ihl'1.Irs.: Paul D. Newton O'ooola nnd FHgli i Al'es. Opp. FEC Depot NEW CAR. IT MAY BE YEAR HEAT HAVE IT SINCLAIR/ -/IZED
the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Kobe Sound. FOR SUMMER/ NOW
i In Italian House, Sevalls Stiu\ : t t. Florida BEFORE THOSE WHO
Ocean Frontage I 'olnt WANT NEW CARS

I _T, ------ --- -- GET THEM
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Mrs. Fritz W. Ellis daughter:

of Mil John Q. MirRonald: ,
(L Seminole Avenue, left Thursday -
C/ rre.+ 0 rRtvER morning to fly to Hillv ANTHONY'SSELLS Oi

s z za word!, Calif.

f.1, -
.!'.fI lu a n !Mi. and Mrs A. F. S oil hive ..... .. ..

ar.en, A I IJ' arrived fiom Niles Mich! t U> sti>' 704.4 ,
until next" August with Mi and I h

Mis John OilsonIleibcit r

i rt Wtr, gut DiiRiii went, to Mlimi! GOOD t .
I I J 1/i qM' ? rMLw Tuesday t" iiiiiil| the day tan SINCLAIR-KING/ PROTECTS YOUR IJ ALSO INCLUDES CHANGING


.1 1' FIGURING i

Elf You would be surprised if you knew how many

o 1 ff women do nil their meat buying nt our market because r

they have found through experience that we
; wr..rr
t. sell good meat products

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I' 0 If you are not already among our regular customers
( n'f
: why not drop by and acquaint yourself withthis

z reliable, satisfactory( market department! ?
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/ ... Budget-wise housewives know (
Ir I ha., ......_ taut FOR SUMMER NOW!
l' that the more often they send ANTHONY'SMEMBER

their own and their" husbands
...Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties STOP AT THIS SIGN!!
Throughout Martin County clothes to Martin County Clean-

era the )longer they; keep their 1/
i Sen alls Point Rher-to-Rlvtr Propertiesand trim, new lines. Clothes last Economy O5f5> GroceryHOME II ,
longer \ our gentle methods
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;, Jupiter Island: Ocean-to-SouncI Estates Sites /I.t
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201 S. Akron. \\e UP DELUFIl Telephone 143 AgerPHONE


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cot I L"\" IhoRUlllcllflFhSS' ORANGE JUICE -
TnI: Sl..urr. ....._ I. .. ..... .. RAND. .
:..... s.SbT' N1i n| t- -------- -- J't( "V '" '''''' Willi '"ll1 -- -- -
__ we ( 11
u OFIT li '.ocms lour drinking t EET- >\
ESSENCE )popular !
RACE TRACK writingdrlirluus
TH recently .
t Florida
vita mill-tilled oran,(, Mar ln
I'f iic ttW iroldcn. h"I"
f PAGE EIGII tLU1V't ,: Dude mid 1 Uiimiml: lomitie/ .* .11 e not alinii" Ji InFlmida :, / '(QMMY tEFINE In fact one of the Iml'lIel4 mllkp we pe centtprot "aogtatlolday<; <
VEh10RACYIt flow "j 1(1( i'10 nl
race track field. :Martin\ county Pus unl'-'CI1 j tin ; -tal'l the- golden establishment\ hi' [
llllllllwWI of his dlantowlrlta.
( I I'dII.'I"1' \ I 1Tlulhl.w, ul''' I h.d"l'loi highway Koinjt through Siiuirt.\ ""d u"'' into I the to rear know why we don't sell ,IrrxnurU ;, .,. i a''

; -- 1'111.111.1"1"1 t : ('011111:;. Floilda, Southbound motorist are rui-injr with each uilnii MEANS v \\'anla pencil and paper and 1 pr"llar.1Ilule ,: 11explaye
K, (Get; out your '
YOUR I I" Stuart Dads News,. Inc.I .. a ,o i et to ;Miami and the northbound l boy. are\ ( racipit I ; t.". REf aUOLICANS .s i Simple arithmetic A box or oranges toe, on \
i.I lui I'id.\ i in, j pornt .on s i'-i\ a \shi. gets home first ( Ati0 : rvlrlou7ctY ,oldou, ""J lucky if you() can Miuecze> 2'' :, gallon! | ',thq. 4ifltick.
When it I f; 1 Hi t 'led .1'. .sr('onI-IUM mall ,r Thlltlmounls to 320 ounces or rt;\ ,."
make it the t lurli) ..
It taken. a mart sprinter) ", to acros r it. ,.r-
to have it )11..1'1.1'i. .il tile pout oHcf! al f3UTlt ,, 'out 'I the OPA ceiling on n six-ounc, (: .mOlIni'.ma< 11
.. the ('hnm ('r of ('f'ommerc office Kldeih. gotbt-i glaSSes. ProdUoC
way .t thJAI Stuart" Iloudl. nuclei the Act 111I" uic"H 5c Total cost of raw ,
_*. March 8. 1870.i IUIn chance cost of the juicer
dnn't 1 (
1 in .. Ad8ifvou labor, o.'\'\'head. ? Ml ,II'''pressE au
Not that the driver tore too much to be b1Qmvdlflu're ? as, juice. for $2.6. ,OJ? ,
A FREE PRESS :; i UA: S (W SERVICE i o m sell Chet' box of orantrcs! ? ', ) tog 8''
rAINTEIJ tint there' town hen.'iid '. xA 1111 vv hy don t you go int.., ,th,
.. \ arc the "clans j I: indicating a 15c out .
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-i 1".1 l No.' w A "1
and 'II MII-I "
Box 981111111111I11I11I1 .Ih!,' ,v Inns, ,, ,,, lull..., ,tl.i-. .ilnlj n.<.. I that a 25-mile speed| limit will lie I enforced?! hUM l1\'o$ ? ot, ace
". puliliili.. '. I In. Kliimt., April l I'. t tUlce \\' Ill'lfin t?, unen(| i >hand,, x' hI1I0t
A FREE PEOPLE 1 inu.'1.1'. i .,,14, 'ih.' SH..H'. M.' ...It.,.,. wliltvhi.h There) waiting we mppone. until) some trajrecU mil :'\0 Ihlll1kll. o '
.. ,. 'lino .... rallllllll,, .'le< n Ikliciolll'. JOllll'I1 I \
Ih thouUl li I hie lotltblohrar
rats their need. Why 11U'i ,, '
J -- eiition to anyone more ( 11I11IJm3
I 1. M..".1.I! l 1": i" Ih. Slunrl (tally Nr t r Ihi- 1'lIlIl1lallll' here tUli
L. ..- r.uiii.|, | o.niixr -. I ivar.. It. _<.k. mid limb when caution bcforehwiul muy avert HI .' HU-I- I 4 r N yt l lt ; iee lost bog 0\1'
I ,11th. Nxx '" m.I 1I'.wn
It /"
R. U. .... 11.,1" rr.SUBSCRIPTION dint ? I citrus brit ---- .
su.'h I-I..M..U |> Ic :!
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This aho applies) to the crossing signals. al tht 1'KC Yt1# I
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1\\ .1' (iruna: ;t Anxpr':' nick, doxMitown. Lives have been lot-and citi/.en, haviI I and Ornamental Ti'
,'. tl'rl'Io'it NYtlApr r "Shade
-- I".m< red for these! life-savinir devk-iM for yctn.s-IoMt -\ I t t

,., 'I : .... .RATES I. ----I The:' News dune dO\lIl1olI1"\OCllh'-fI11111111111IP in I lliii <'MIII- : l y Florida And Cul b Hl

. "1i.,; .. r.rr: ; ;;: ;;; For South ) Ii': t
'.,1. ? Ih'' "u "''' ''''''' n. vanity' fulvucnti'H, -setting! iii]' n speed t trap.' \Ve\ want tHEN
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,.. "I I ,, ,?'." .h", wall', ,,"n..nxhh, ., ..I h.n.I'.r.nx'o' ,.., '" '"loll.' .1''._, .=' w. tourist trade and wi \\iint In be friendly. tot Ilie nt-nl- I I' "
-- rr.I.S'l----- lute/ motorists: whu ilrixp through IWI'l'VI' nl-c i want STURROCK & EDWIN A. MENNIemoMd -MN\ '
Pile <
MK.MDII: :: ; >p : ,\ 5so( mn By
hem III (drive carefully through our town. \VarniUKm
hi- road tcllinjr) plainly) that this IM a cityxith a snt'd| NI\IIniElk THEESI
FDUCATION VS.. A "FREE.FOR'ALL" loath W here llxc rare 'IUIIlI1J't'I',1: liy fast dris'bog wmild j : xL l I "1""IIIIt", '" "I Ito., 11"lIwh'.III'lilInl slolI" .
Iii tor. ,0,00001 III.. S"p""IIII" I Irnuh 1"-,
al ho'o't
'u' n jrrcut hell 1415 "rI..bor.I'. (
1 1TIIE < s" mi ninj'; Mai".in: iininldim) K :? I" the Itoot .,soot (;lanluo. neat Ch'lIfll' .'" I Inricnlal
ANT I iliildrin ho.. wont on -ii-iki \\ ulni'-i'.iv,' ( he--' TAX LETTERby \ d.t'oo.oc' III 1111' Cod.00. plullt'd' .Ibunt tbloltmerenoted '"
IN 842(1WNa id ?: Isis Ihut mi'mrity' Kroiip' illpat \ part .
i "i h con our III the.loan mutt" "I tl"" ,
too o'tor.
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PAT W1.IN ,. I nt- \\lio hu\',' IHMI uMi, the principal'-; W. V. Wil or, Jr. l droUotMl (11t1"'I' tx'ioo.! h.llih broken', .,M

1159 I I&rp i tin" i l at t nto SKI (days?' ( II' i in It I tincchool hourii Ill-Mil 111'., ;\/1'/ ''? mid 1s1 its Tpiiyer! I I'I 'w'j'"' 1"1 I l1rll'l..J treat tneut hoot the", rnutmutti I" dlt' 10,1. and ""'
hrn ..
i i I" In i'n let-led to do the job ? .' nntiual\ pulod) of time when most uf l us haxe( intiujrjrle \\'ilhml1Il'\ 00.00..Jtcl 1111' "loim the' : 'onuurviou .1. '.

up I I'I maudlin. ftrlkt! culls for stern and emphatic/ lie I ::> H\ night or Iwo with a few figures, cdinpinati.inel'innU. -. tin se .,.111, 111'1'1'( "' SI/SI/JJIKIW'/; '/ ; / .mil /I".. ,:=-

.nd In Irh.vr I I.> 'It: and nf Public Instruction\ Ring lenders lii dciluctions, ilcpcndents. mirtaxes, normal ta.xu- LETTERS to the EDITOR ,..i-wlmrn .imong of /1'1I1'1111': ; >lbkSlntn t> i< l<" ', .t' tall' sltnilei IlIIh..o. ., ,

lhrww 'I i :I''. i Mibjit-t luI fair htolll'llIJt11111/ expulsion fop uljiii'i'd gross Inciimcs, et cetera (Oh each titles) i-< al- I wind le\ir.ice, .11,o ( ..11111tlniMi( \;h with little d.un. '. 'I CHR
,. , ) authority. Other students who hCliI !: .....d.I .
p idrlounlxh. 'inf defying Ki'hoo.1 most here acnin! '' 11 witli ,ot, tl II i"..Ill l ienlillose. tbeli' \"OIIIKIt.iimw "
... i I'dl'i.' h. ipi'tod' should! be sternly token In hand b.x P.UT, next year it may Ina pleasure ( if such) a thhitfposxihlc Ji.litoi::; ft trw Stuar yelLs News coo you puLlislini\ .I ;inter I wrote conceming lhr'i'(' ;;iiiminC. lull-Irt'c(llw in.) l lot' .1111'luand> tmnl ,".(',11" Ml.iln.lfills : I I 1 I navertrk.l

..rvlrr I I ,0 i i 1 s"I'' i ,K' and -hould suffer loss( of prlxili-ircs, I'nlc't t ti ) to 0irtiro/ your taxes as Congress' has offeredis i-t-dlesi! slniiRhic/ >ullJibhiich' temporarily caused me corns( I II IHnl the in.iki' .1, '|'''itk. let-oM-r .1111 divelivltbni',1 ;- I, e

: i i- iM'tt'il' its the children will think quit future( help ((01' less tuxes ) by reduction\ \ nf tftxes In wad( iriends. No1'11' gulag u' tick my neck out again on a far I ten. Oiorl 1'1'11"\( "I niu-. Ciihnwntaiulru, \ ", / nilso

_4i.liiK, tli.ii) they eau run the school.pressure >Pursing: the "Ilexeiuie Act' of 1)1i!) )" l according to the Senile tools serious subject I ', the Ctunlw-limlMi| HI/I''II'( / < s/wtfiii/m/ ,, / ) tool most '> ,I

in i I' |port' }r 0 111' minority gl'nllp. haxe all+(seI Finance Committee Report : '' I gddre thli letter (to Ute lathers and mothers and those i'';, nl l thin II \ III ii'' iiiiihiihifft.rnii'/ / / nnst.ik, i nld L .
I "MI. ,.-: .Mini (liriit.'r, l \ end are now after\ the principal, "This Bill has been designed to aid I both individuals interested In the tuturc of oar community I opttet wlmlW.ik.. tree, is nl tintpc" and is. ic.iilih l h, I.iv 'I
V\ I.i .1;0 "MHuncle, 1.1'Ihe\ parent\ respectchool author ml! businesses in the difficult transition (turnVar to : It seem that there are always a few people h() never seem '" finis II' A

I i tin' \\hnlt. lllalj"l11'1111 furnished! by the" fllthel'l'h4' So. in 1016! we cjm' look forward( to an average! reduction ( D)' this I mean gossip around tout which' to my mind if I may) ;| .i\lndi.) \VlmlliriMk\ tins slinulil not bo allotted to pJiid '" '11I11I11I' ''''

.. ..1L il tots daujrhur out from the "striker. paddled her. I of income taxes of approximately 15: IH'I.rellt-mol'e or say so, stinks'' concerning our teachers and school urliiclpil: i I II' .iiiltstiw i in mini !III' If de5ocd 'I. be br.ioibi! I Imi
anti" nt her packing 1111| l III classes I.et other parents ta.Ucluction* from their since Juntuiry l 1st, 1946.! In life I ; split :
i ilk \\i-I' pay credit to the community Is om moat Important duty / ,
I ti Dtlirii.) ln\\aril t.m.iul. the( trunk old tins I I\IK- is IMI( SpoLOC
J JII stand Ind the right, As to ISMS! : tuxes and income l'I'PIJI'tIlLIbefore little closer cooperation with our teachers I'' /)111
\ Thi-i i- :-he tiiiu lur a\ strong! ( mi your and It teems to me that a / ..tllnnllIlIk
1 : 1",01,01, >, the part nl' the school authorities: and! the par \\j ouch loth: 191C! : the lax I'IIlel'fll'\ penenti't'cs' ( are, with : and p.lnclpal: U most I111POI\lInl. Instead of trying to get this .lnin.iseu\ luiidition;\ loi.tiiliiilnic In siikii-ritiliilily, In wool I IID ,'

,SIt,t .--"? ,..J..I'1'1 ,' are headed for a complete t ; break-dowi J' lint. (ow\' exceptionthe same at' they were in 1914. It j it: .)r that one tired and then Bloat over !It as an accomplishment ;V leas sx-ius tb.it In" ,
: \vlh\ "" 0 ie picl' for any mithority In :Martin\ county schools( /MO\X. easier for the taxpa.xer on a straijrht salaried Income I I Had they not been qualified foi their positions they would not, I tin ntcnlimi nl ,I lnli.imL..IICI:' : In' |the wind' ."onl. I I .
1' Tin hildren should be taught that school authority (under $.),000)( ) to 1 lllu l :! either hit V-2\ Form in- the short iavo been hired co let's wake up and stand behind them and help linn It-axes' allot I iju.itei'' piuiluive liMlinN ,' ,
i i IIHISO of
; ,eI'ddlm"'d., Ollieis wlnili linn <
..hollldml'ddllllil' 1010 form-but all other hating incomes, over ?::;,00() not !
toe limited without punishment. Parent :them.I ,
.iniiot, The( school| board should be boss booth -uli.iect to withholding! Mill have their final 1MS! return' =Now I've' heard criticism about teaching religion in school I blim. liri'K-ntl\|' csi.ipe sei( ions illl"l'I| I Hitlulli l \\It.\ i
|trit' "H"I..I.l loom the 'I tnl nl suweptibditx' i"I i .tesist. r "
mllh.tlU1'i1l1 Mi '>
,111 name. and in fact. In make regardless cif the number of KMO e.- 1045.KICMlCMIiKK! I ILet' :
Fiirhtlnjr. like iMiinjr. n' foot l hoot it is sorry spurt' ( ::\ : ;\ -In )preparing your nullxidual! bushes any of .us realize the tremendous responsibility our teachers have III( "'.11.1 -III'II\I'II" '111\\1.1, un t I" 'I

t5I ht i II it di'ifi'iierates' l III i the paint, where the"local schools' >i r partnership returns to properly IM. and detail theari. in managing so many children each" with a different personality Musi kjiirlc. ol CMd/ -lunik Oi.ilteied' m split,.
IMIIIPHthe center ,1'u public 't''e-fot II1111'11 'HI" necessarychedules' as 1 completely as 1)f)1'"lble-f'or II i and teach the fresh ones a few' more" manners at home so they Most, i.jixics of (fi//i-ttinik( /( slinlteu-d. or splitMost

",-\ Hi other." will echo many another principal 1't'1mill uteM more of your time na\v( may sate you) :time 4'011't have to be spanked In school. apo'i00,00/ ) iiliimtronk/: "/,,; slutured or splil, ,

I ] '", !,>! hits liet-n conmr, cdith l :Martin county( schools nnl>' I\'III1I.I"lInd explanations sexeral month( or yen's fl.0I11110W In closing let me say that It Is not my Intention to start a Most l speiies ol IJluphoaunlams( /( / sb.ilti-ied. 01" sp1Most "'

0 i hose hi.: job terminal1/ in about sacs a controversial\ after you'xe forgotten/ \\ mot dttwils -and, inciilentaUv. the 1'01but to bring) \ out to those who "lust drift along with the tldo"l I spetlis III| I'ir; //toot'/Mi'itm-tiiiiik,," ,, sbalteied' 01 ')1''

'nn i 1-i iuilitie.--fllld; wuin/le a* has no\\ vontired! i on the more" complete your> return !I.> no\\', the easier mid quickerwill that it does not pay to believe hearsay and gossip Oo on )your I MiM kjHiii's of /'iiiiiniriHit( / Misted( 01.. loin.

,,'iie''.cnt' principal.. Hurry I'. Thuman..Mi the Internal Revenue Ilureau Aiicli'ur-: check and\ clear awn convictions, and don't tear down our educational syMcinFrlcnda. I Most nH-iies IIII"'IIII"'fll'l'fj.\-rll"/ ( / i / t\\ isted, or torn Rcsi.U'1 ,

; r. himiiic.! sot fur nx. wi' lire .i.lile to UMH-IIUIII.! i i- It i i-oiir Hi 15: I Income' Tax Return.II stand behind our faculty Our future lies In the hands< Most kpteli's nl Teoooooolrtlla-roonts'' /; / (*. 'm turn

man c-lmractir.. He k a .iiinu' /.mil (.'1111..1'1"1111,111") |ninipal I -' your lIeI.lusl'dC1'n./ ... Inconie i-i under :5,000\; ) amom of our children Let's all: help them maKe a good community Si! 'M i-piinti.: To MIIHM ()\M<*
ire ( Ikin b'i, mi booth the family and the pupiU) obey /, load deductions/ mi rage\ :"> ( o-e less, than 10 perceir Herman Rclt, Jr. I Most vjniies/ nl .\Ifd1".1 / ,;.

.I i.y: 'h,1| fc'K'ilxtiniiN.' Ill the "III"-.' of till- lb'I"'I1C'' (111'I .\inii 1' KIIU-S[ income(' then u>-o tlir tax tiiblc on !Page -.. .-- \ sH-iies| ol \/I/t// / ,
'I"( i till. which he lnlie\t-i, h.> ha Mcpped' on mime "toes'. lo eiedit' I
xshiili, \ initumatiiHlly allox\s\oii ]u-rcent( .o covet Editor Stuart News.Ve ; Most 'ptrk'a' ofiiiinlw/ /.
i end' tin're I ix no quest| loot but M hat there i is now a cmifiilci >'eoaiious allowublc deduction.- \ do thank >you for the recognition! you gave ui on our March i I Most l spetliK nf ('in,Mil, )>'lnluMosl .

M.. group> af.er: his '(-uip. l II your "take" i is over $.>,(iiio( I tli.n. n take\ .nhdiitajre, ol) ). Dames: collection. May we make a correction. We gave the speiiK III| 1 IJiillniiiiti.Most / ".
'T 1 :, i' point which weould IIKc to liriiiK out in tin -tamliM-d! deduction ol :froUd:;;) mil-- you t"l tool l dedm- Children the little holders (for the dimes nt 3 p.m. and next' mornlii t spiife* uf l.iiialinitiii: /

S disosrial, is tin' i it I I- iiiiilc' pooiiblt that till- lu-e-Mtn. liuiiiceed: this. arnvunt ut 8 o'clork the money was toady but I could not get around to Mood speiiik nl 1'/1'/,1111.'/ / /

Vr croup may \be "u ct:'-*flll-II' hate olheiv-111 cii t .ini.nuitiui nun, inn mini iiiiiimiimiimiiiiiimmiiMiiiiiiiiimmimiiHiiiiiiii'MiiiiiMR! : ( collect It all bl'Cl1I8e'e gave: the cards out on Friday afternoonThe Mosl 1 spi-iles" III| /1'I11l. I hot'. Ul :e IIMMV,) sin.iduri'|' 1 ?'''

( principal to yd MI fed up) with Mar.In;\ eounty's"froed'orall" ) moiiy was ready In 1G hours and 40 minutes. I was slid:,: ( tc lochlp mi no MisirptibUtlmn uV uleiHler goon: ioou.; line leiSHMI ,"",

policy In regard t tll the public schools that COMMENT I read the' News' announcement to the pupils in assembly I 1. ('linMom. : COMMON: LAIU.I Lt. \\iii I J Srun\ .
r IK may) quite pniiililv}' \\lll. resign and seek a position In NEWS and -H. B. Fletcher, /ifo'llx l '' HKS/II///V/",/// /
community where character and enforcement' .n..I': 'I
tome Indiantown SchoolSuper.Il.ilonc.v I l I. ,, il iikI '
UMiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.il/ / $ iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirVK : K 'in fii'Ji< "<;
f discipline evoke public support rather than public' censure. I I lions I "Ill\lll HI
It he:! docs, that \\ill l be our Puss paring the way fur \ \V1IO\ haxc lived heno lung tore 111'\i| >l t to nxer- ( "soak r< i/ frriffo"
i<< < > J
ropetitlnn of the some centith the next' man MI courimrmiK look the great chin of our area iJul l>eaiit.if. ( I he hi- '
"ArtulU ate to bliiinr for JIIVl'lIl1tdl'lIl1llIrllry"( in the tht meona /1'1114 III/II'fJ"I/I'I"// "
ijrnorniH or t'nolhardy tt: to attempt tu hold thepotty. lii-uii and the boutrainxilK-a. the | iicturesiut'| .iJ.'hl! of '
[ of the sub-albtcoe and Weepy Willie who ilu much orating!: I Inn IIII/MIK''!'/ ',ns/, /%
)pi'licanhailing' shove the toxxn ,
1 and piallng on this question /100005 i IK 1"/
What dll\'lIlll/Ike If'> be u principal in ;Mariin\ \ count) AIN The 1 t'.uth of the matter l.i that, It IH up to tooth Individual to> /Tern/ IHIHllllKllll/'

high chool l" Doe wont the type of man who is nol :-: FACT, m Imjioshiljle' ; as it nay sound \\'' get lit) assume his own' responsibility early In life as to what he U! going; 1'11'in iilati/i;" lld
who thinks tlmt kid to have fun and that look out at the inciuuiul pains without / !/
U'litflouy \ ought mon! x\v can to be In this \\ol'ld-8Jld the more excuses he rccclvci for nut assuming I'Inn nl ilitSDMI. /,.

Inn instead of the hard work of study, who pusses student lieliujr their 1\'III.icllllun'. It nil' to l h(' old Muff with : that icsponslblllty the longer! It is going: to take him to '". (>i Tin MIIHK (:I.ISnuun' IF\XH Si"o0 '\= ::::

sun \\ ;", have failed and plugs politics so that hI.is hull-fol II stand on Ills own feet I'lciii ii' 'crrlinti/ /
t Inw-well-meO!. to everyoneVould such a man be able t tluilil tn The best advice for both( youncsters and oldsters h: "Don't 1/'l/'lla /
the jab ? No--mmc I pressure irroupould throw! him AN'D:-: ) YET; that Is the "Muff" which mnKcx Florida. blame others. Stand on your own feet Assume the n-fpoiiKlbillt\' / / nnr'aI'fooa -

out I too. If you haxe lived lure' twenty or thirty yearn )you can : life If make mistakes admit 'em but don't Ittlllngerl:;
o your own you -
hundred without but I'irb/ ( '/ //CII/WI//lrt( ,/ '' //, With (Iwo I lsils,! .swc'lcs /r. Ill :flllllHi I'i'II',
ImttliiK ]
the of Marti: an :
who a orange groves eye
4' Any man accepts principaNhip ] pass jo pointing the linger at somebody' else, at society 01 situations, '
; county hlfrh, H-hool is subject to IIndl'l'l11lnll1lrlI1IJultncl". to the tourist visitor. each. oranjfc/ true. Is \\-ondtrful.VE In an attempt to evade responsibility Blaming others for anything u uroogfans.Pit'us ;: ,
Hi-. crn IK- good ChrMuui-;Mr.\ Thomas le-'t'! rout/ him I H auper-baloley." ''I/"IIII''f'/"lia/" '' /

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grand' mcnal chlll'lldI'J'-\h': Thomas ha*-he' tan enforce \ ; MKT: ; a man the other lay who exclaimed -- u -
ilisciplinc in the schools iind insist that education IH. mon corer the beauty of thc sunset /slowed from the ;('Hi rtlifliiMiI'kin :
linortnrit) t than l'eCI'I'IIIIIII1-\lI':\ Thomai does-and yet bridge up) the North:-': Fork. Ucmemlur? Thi man: had wliii/nliii/ !;

1 fillij' himielt beelcireil liv people who don't like him acid only been here' a couple of x\eel\n su ho had\ ex'cry (; ioucestei,>'hii-e yokel \\ius up for hU medical( ; examination ()i'raltlsnlsvn: TnSronv!I I UXMU.K.> Jlum Ill 1\1.\ .'" '

aie.Hs. lcluously engaged in tryiiiK to >get rid of him. right! to exclaim over the beauty( of sonu-thinR Sec! and the doctor asked( "Ha\e you ever had a Most' sxiles| i if. CulliAlfiimnMusr
Why ? The plain fait( [ is that :Miirtin\ county hat not yet old-timer l'UI'eIIlkI.\ .' time! off to \view. l'I'IOU" illness, my man ? 'pl'I"h of. CiiMiiiriiiiiMost ,

jio\\n up to reali/.e: that the schools) can be run cH'iflentl.i'' "No, .sir;. the man replied\ spetn-s-. nf. iuanla/; ; ''''' surd, ill iloseh) ulatwl Si/:!,/.I.Ior&

: li "i( goad i-chool moo,, \without public interference. It li> IOES) IT seem! xvondeiful' to you to \\nrK In jour shirt "Have you ever; had! an accident'?! the doctor again' Must speti ,,..I| McMt-iua\ / < ,

I the priiK-iial'N) job to I'fficientlv lid 01 inj\l'I'\ I the xcliool" -lc'e\esin' January ur to stalk dnxvnlii\\n\ in Il liJ.'hl summer queried Must 'species of l .\lilllll.'I'// '/

: He i"i ti'itlned for that inh. lie deserves public confident' 'i e, dress ? If jou'xe ben here some time, it doesn't! YUII Just 1 1l ":-\0, sir," came the reply.) CII////IIm/ i>/ iHiilliini,,", ', j is II"il| It'- hlII,1,t but (the I Iixties '"

: III it. l take it for irranttd and let it )It'll> at t that "Very well ; take off your fliiit," 1"'IJUe< .tl'll the doctor ('. InnMlnin/,/ sulfus ,il.in.iii., !{ |In 11I1101-te|,, ,! ,and,, | ) \1111"trek'e; ',

I'nrcnNxho lake umbrage because' their own children When the man stripped<\ the doctor: \va sflrprlsed /.I/M/OIIIO! / liiliMfliiiiiii/ !// ( and Liuinnti, wr/irnfurfci./ '' hvoi I .

t : \ fail( In make the !grade, 1Il'/lI'l'lhe ub.jcct' of discipline, Vou're "Floridian" so you can look at tomatne.-, beans' 1. to see a larjre Kir btcrt'a the niHn'n ribs "How\ did yoii, i Ilie' \\est! liuli.in j islands. .111 ijnite .tesisl.uit .

ore doing the schools II grout ilisserviccwhtn they) side In n and\ ccblmire producing/ luxuriantly in Januaiy-and net that I'cl1r1" he as-ked. IVwol: those sprti's, |looted, (| .,chute! ,1\| ..i.tlIIt, ,, IIn, ,
: with the HIdren: In 11ar against the principal. think nothing of it. "O, sure, I Ivm, > gored by n bull. viMdlHt-ak/ pLmlmus, !( It ,I' hell lumber, to hove Mime IJ>"'

Let's wake up in Martin county. If you accepted t tprincipaNhip I WHATVK: "FluridianV probably need i I. a change/ "Gored by a Lilli, \veie you ? I thought you said you isisLuinMisirpt.luhh. to i ,! ttllll| ll.lll.KC, : ,In 1 lllllmitf\ I I'I :';
for Martin\ county, what l'Iurct'ould) yon t I of scene.Ve need to nee a lot of MN!)XV up in Minnesota had never had an incident." .I"ule,, ,] dei-M ill,, the| |hum, ,, '''IIIIIJ.. :\llIdl|, .lamnisc liMY I Iirgc It dN I d'"

; him1 that you could build a home here, or that this wouKbe d,I where' folks think snoxv in (quite| an ordinary thinir.Vc! "T hat xvaMi't no :accident' sue," the man 1.1. llil'lI. "1It ,ree. Puling,|| !: ,1111, |(lllljm. (-,, ,|ul1|| |{ a| sm.mlbc.k (( | ,
voui fojwardinjr i ddren twelve months from now ;? need to "Oh" and "Ah" at a mountain or two, and( exclaim did it on purpose \\'. trees lr, !jy.nes: should not be plunteil il-" .,'

: Vone -not if you were the best imlil'ifd| in the State. at some redivooil\ trees Funny thin !!', though.Ve( \would 11,111111' bianili-s, and roads illl"IIIIIIIk',,!( t tll( .oilY, local i.xt.lt| \II t I .'

t Let school men inn the school -and let the rest 01 f probably find that the old-timers of those! part' \: con>idcr Soldier' Soliloquy hots planted .II'" nften blown\ 1111\\11,|, |ill,, set'lions tbumgh coot.. //J)'"

1, I, u>' coopt-rate, lather than try to tear down. their wonderful phenomena quite ordinary It I had now In cash! instead of deU .5.50 bog Ilie roots of hk emllMs, 1'llt. tees, ,,f II vsindbic' L "1.? :

\ .. "It!/ we don't-and so far we haven'te goinj FYIY, The root of last yccr's beer and ciirarelies!t.I'd IIF tmingh' 1'.111, ,, ,III ,?.??? t.aI( | |toe)( (Itl( develop lodelx'etghlmr. ,udr", .
; Iii lose'! another principal:: ] and another, another con d upend it all on cigarettes! and beer! :,;: \. It will, thus |I" strong: mod moire storm resist.,, .
until learn ''hat lesson., To keep me happy for another\ II
thcl we : is
ono year. nolKt-ube |lut, ,,
prate trees illlliu.luit.y, | ,In thte|, | tots
,, : THIS WEEK'S POEMThe bulletin Mudgoc\ Austmlla. 'Iiidliit-iik anreadih! ,nt.d,,,, d liin,, og: |llm.s lf frost while| ,| o.1 + .'
iiiiiiuiUiiiiimiiMHmiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiKiiiimiimiiiiii h !! ; iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .. tlr
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toe not h ,thF
1011(0 IJIIIl'11.) The, ,| wilulrcA,, plmti, ?;
i Master' Touch Satisfactory, Thanks! .Os chute 'II '"
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The Hornet's By
Nest bought/ from you last week salt'ngry hllilltl toe toe "0 0th
> I In thetill air the music lien unheard ; : customer. :) nail( you wOllld I'CtUI'111" > ICIoll1bll', I.u OenOper .twllg w'coals jet lint hinder' lit "fII' .
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( In the rough marble beauty lies unseen : i if It wasn't t .. 'JS" mossy Octet, l'UI'1''II tot r0testary lu (toot I\ell.beillg IJI r I
\\7 To wake the music and the beauty need "That'l4 what said;' l'E''pol1cl'd' the merchant \ ",woIN'
7tl TO THE SCIENTISTS i Folk on earth are highly The master's touch, the culptor'n chisel keen. I I.ly. rubbing his hands "but J 11m happy to polile; tides or lit pl.mliul:0 are mole cot' "( .toy oat the 111)11 I:

0 pleated over your tucreti in contacting the moon. Great Master" touch us with Thy ,skilful hand : (mum! the money very' Mutl 'u rp Verth'victoruii.1Accident gwse' II' plO"'IOIi" frlll11 the told drying!; \I
I After the atomic bomb the general impression was Let not the music thut IK. in ui (die\ --- winter mOlllh.. \\'jIlII"L, ( planting 1111 the south ducs I '

If ,I l\.1 that you boy were trying to contact Hell. (Great: Sculptor, hew and polish us:. : nor let : of Birth the IItC\'h'Il'Y uhllltllh!( il will 110 boo harlot tll have it. lout pI'li taN I.

0-0-0 Hidden and lout. Thy form within us lie I Joseph Trum. of New York City calls : Snot ih scry' d..ir.lhle daring the mOlltln of Odoher III"'II'II
; TO CONGRESS : The attempt to place the blame Spare not the stroke 1 do with U:4"" Thou wilt this: news item which appealed in 1\ local(; attentlonrto: I l.' h" the 101\\1' l'lI'l (,last ditto I itt, 'roc strong e.t..rly whllis /

,( K (for Pearl Harbor on Kirnmel Short and Roosevelt I Let there be nought unfinished broken) marred ; I ; Johnson accidentally drove his newspaper'"ltasus j of toe )cur lire II'I'Y injouiuus eslx'dodly. for fruiting 11\11 CUd( SO
S, falls considerable. short of the point. After all, the Complete; Thy purpose that we max become. parade of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.car He t the :injury: Is often IIggrllvllh'cl( hy snit spray curried by th err

., \ ; .*Jar_ did it. I Thy: perfect ima, fe, O our God and Lord have been 39 year:. old next Sel'temheo-' would htole. .I ,. .

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u... ',RAND INSPECTOR TO LT. FLORA STANLEY AUTHOR'S DAUGHTERTO Chamber of Commerce' to secure was released with apologies. Beach board member. explain! "We men, more than ysu boys that we ARE trying to get the

,?, ELT/ WITII STOCKMEN GOES TO PACIFIC VISIT STUART law enforcement in the commercial WaUrs said that "within five to the students the many piol( -I and girls, want the very best of I best teachers available for our

:1 :Maiiln fishing Industry It mimics after two and cductalonal for ."
, I County Cattlenvens Lt. Flora Mae Stanley who recently Miss Marrlanne Shellabargcr ; as witnesses lems Involved In obtaining teach I opportunities schools
risofjlallon l will meet at 8 o'clock existed prior to the war for the deputy compared notes, thedcpsty ers and emphatically stated that our children, Mlchaelson said, -- -- --- -
completed a tour of dutyon youngest of two daughters of
>roi,' :
(day"night at Seminole Inn, civic good and betterment of recognized- the all the for realize
definitely school officials were as we more seriouslythan
1 I' *rdlant. wn. J. A. Daughtry, new an Army hospital ship In the the author Samuel Shcllnbarger I
Martin: county and its If had sincerely anxious to have A-I 1 do the
com persin being sought they an von Importance of
Hnlt Atlantic, left New York lastweek STONE CRABSTHE
irks,11;;and brands Inspector, City is expected to arrive In Stuart I .
checked" earlier" T would school as the students DHIng ,'d'l I :111011 i
Iar i merclal and sport fishing Industries i nn < : t Wi want y ill <1.0 III!-
>'11 .explain his duties and theM for a three-month trip to next week to visit Lt, anti Mrs.H. '
<' haul been spared this indignity( ," the! conlerciK. n II\\{ h, .cp] I i I 'i taunt i 1,1 i/1 I piooieim; as "'
which J, Baker She and Mrs. Baker" .
on he plans to be
Panama Pearl Harbor, New Zea-
Bit, of pointed band director LIGHTHOUSEANNOUNCEMENT
Ion. following publication i II'purt.'ljby 'MIDI tll nderxtnnd yours. 1'1
! 'thg1different communities served In England, Belgium and Stuart Sailfish Club dhcctois
\.! ______ land and Australia the ncldent in the Miami paper, phone that he Wit HI ww'n! \u hop that vou will
-I' Fiance together where she wasa meeting last night, voted unanimously -
After spending Christmas here Walters said that he has been ---- ---
''Cl' tilck.motor car advertising are member of a group of 30 Red as "opposed to the -
Hue with her sisters, Mrs Arle Stu- deluged this week- by calls from
tog made at Floildas famed Cross Clubmoblle workers of continued use of force trap nets
art aid Mrs. Charles N Jack- fIrencls "asking if I am still in
itpress Gardens The Jansen"r which Mis Baker was captain or haul seines and opposed" to
" son, /she repotted to Camp Kil- jail' and feels that his reputation -
th4ng suit people are also usg They were separated when Miss the? illegal construction, manner
mer, N. J. for leasslgnment Dur- has been injured in this
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pictures posed in this lovely Shellabarger went on Into Oer- of use or Illegal operation of
ing nine months of service she com n unity.
ot, according to Dick Pope, many with! the Allied Armies gill nets."
II, made four Atlantic crossings in "I hold (no score," he said,
Since returning from Europeshe The leadership of other civic
' '' the transatlantic hospital( servIce asulnst Sheriff Hancock of
Mr has oeen engaged llln research bodies In the community are expected I HAVE PURCHASED THE TAXI BUSINESS AND GOOD WILL OF THE
Illlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr ,
a Before volunteering in the Mann county. He was merely
'I' work of the 16th century Italian to consider this matter
Army she was a (supervisor at folUwlng! a definite pick-up in-
renaissance, assisting her fatherIn and take action on It In the
..jJ I:." = Jackson Memorial hospital in stru'lion from Palm Beach
-i"1 r.1Tr \ next few days.
a new book. After a brief
Miami. couity-but I do think that the
Ideal Taxi
The Chamber of Commerce Service"RED"
vacation she will po to Hollywood -
Pain Beach authorities
r 't --- county
tJ" IS., SOMETHINGHUNTINGSOMEOP to assist In the filming] of Sailfish Club and Rotary directors haw
MISS BERTIE UWYER subjected me to false aI'I'est -
her fathers book, Captain of resolutions will be forwarded -
IKE IIEKE FROM SAII'SMiss and that their allowing the
C Castile. The Shcllxbarger homeis to Governor Caldwell at Tallahassee -
,51GAME 1 IS BAGGED Bertie Dwyer who began nevupaper\ (Item to become- public -
; In Columbus Ohio, to the Supervisor of WILLIAMS BLDG, CORNER OF FLAGLER & ST LUCIE, NEXT DOOR
"'HEN EVERYBODY' >> ELSE her Red Cross, hospital recreation vas defamation of my charade -
Conservation. sheriffs office ..
S N C.AMfHRISTOPHER. service in Washington, D. and to all '. TO STUART DRUG
I n\ .? MORE ABOUT legislator representing -
C, arrived last week from the
this area to demonstrate)
Paclllc area where she served 28 :HOSE ABOUT
t. months of her threeeais of Groups the groups powerful opposed public to continuance opinion One Day School FIVE MODERN TAXIS TO SERVE YOU

service. From Hawaii she went Continued
( from Page One' of a fishing method more or less
Into Sal)Jan \behind) the invading condoned here as a war measure (('until tint/ /from \ujf Out)

forces where she was attachedto with large investments' here de- Now that the war Is over,
a field' Iwcplti) unit which pendent on sport fishing because the civic groups are demandingthat Willis of Fort Pierce. Phone 9154WE

received casualties from Iwo of uncontrolled law viola- honest enfoi cement of con- Fo low Ing adjournment of the

Jima, Okinawa and the Philippines tions and law evasions In the servation regulations again be boau meeting, a group of about

Stuart struck Miss Dwyeras fishing field. established 75 pished\ into the superintendent WILL DO OUR BEST TO GIVE YOU COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT, HONEST
an ideal vacation spot and Martin county, is nationally -' office It consisted almost

she plans to remain here for the known for its sport fishing and -- 'nUr'ly of high;:: school students SERVICE.

". ELECTRIC SHOP remainder of the winter season. hundreds of thousands of dol- ;MORE AKOIT: who lad appeared to defend the

m.d..e.dl.. "flrlffr.lor.. Iron. The i reunion of the three service lars are invested here dependenton coati although a dozen or so
women occui.i'd In Stuart keeping! this asset, It adults A free-for-
I .1.".. 1 ll,. bi.ilnrit Bring your was False Arrest were present
because Lt Baker! was: stationed staled-but since the war there all discussion ensued during
ctrkal! .pplt.no|| lo "'. Ind.yi'
at Witham Field! Liter" two tourscf has been a complete bioak-down (Continued. from page One) which students asked to have

I duty In Africa, In enforcement of conservation the roach re-Instated and the

laws. Seining, under the guise deputy arrived with a criminal pilnilpal dismissed. Spokesmen i
Winnipeg Is the capital city of foice trap netting,' has been court informtalon charging him declared that there is no school ,

: of Manitoba, and the? chief cen- going full blast for four years, with forging a $65 check. spirit because the principal does I

I, tral Island city of the Dominion and other branches of the fish- Protesting his Innocence the not support the coach and the New Arrivals !

Illliillliilllilllllllllllllllllllllllilllli of Canada Ing industry have gotten Into Stuart business man, who has athletic( program; that the prin-

---- the practice of netting In the held numerous responsible post cipal does not allow dancing at

one mile limit at the Inlet and lions-Including being general ttihod. whereas other schools

II"Sport" Fishing In The Gulfstream using methods not legally approved supervisor of restaurants at the I oloiit the coast do have school ;) ..........-.
goveinments secret Oak Ridge, danc: that they can not enjoy WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ADraperies

I Legal commercial fishing interests Tenn. atomic bomb project schod, and succeed in their I f' -
CHARTER BOAT"SAYWHEN" it Is believed will welcome was taken to West Palm Beach book with a principal they dui I <"'"u

I the fact that the community by the deputy His employer not like and respect,' etc ;i/t New Shipment

: through the leadershipof O C. Jerry' Smith, accompanied \Vrile voicing their complaintsto I'i [

1-.1 Its civic groups, is going on t.hem-prepared to furnish UT board members they list- OFI"

Shore record fur law enforcement in bond loi Walters."I ed the lack of a band leader, of I" / ;' .
Twin Engine.-Ship to Phone .
.. all blanches of the Industry, told the deputy' that the the fact that the school Is not ,. .. It"hi adt, ,!'Y
I ;.: CAPT. F. E. HOFFMAN Following the lead of the charge was ridiculous," said on the Southern As&n. accred- J jo'l Jt '- Dress Goods

Chamber of Commerce, direct- Smith knowing Walters financial ited list and that they can't 'J9j ',,) :; f .. ,

LOCATED AT LIGHTHOUSE DOCK ON ROUTE 1 ors of Stuart Rotary Clib in status" keep a coach because the principal '>\: : .... ". ;....,,,,, .".- #?

session Tuesday night voted to: At the Palm Beach county forces him to teach so ( ;;! : ; _SL )
,I STUART, FLORIDA I "endorse the effort of the shell ffs office two witnesses man classes he doesn have 1'"A" -Io .. : .?
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Y Phones 9128 or 9152 I MORE ABOUT told the officers that they "had \\ for which he Is hired < .: '' ,
the man. and Walters J. S. Michaelson. Jensen1OOO 'In-yLf\- : #: ;
Residence: Atlantic Court. Apartment No. 307WflT'S : A. SHUB LANDS -wrong ---- .- .,/ fN r : '
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s"I'va" tlonlsts. FEETof ... 1, ;;....,,....'tf .,--.'.-:...!.-..:,.' Oo 1' i AND

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The companion boat, Sallfhhi -
i I. the second new charter DCSIRABIL AND EXCLUSIVE :
boat brought off the ways In the

::r"',, IN TELEPHONE SERVICE ? list two weeks by Capt. !Her- WATERFRONT PROPERTY ..', 0cl' .
man Reitz" also landed six 1 ",} .
beauties releasing two, Capt. ,
Hcitz party for the initial run, ATA BARGAIN ; //'V"/'Vv bh C ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS

"unday, Included a pre-war !

guest of his former charter boat, $12.50

Otto Hensey, president cf the I GENUINE

Penn Reel Co of Philadelphia,
his wife. and Mr, and Mrs. Lron Per Foot

Nester of Norristovm. Pa, all U.S.

II'I i,' Iillcan hotel guests, Nester Is SEE US TODAY
n spoiling goods dealer. 111 Is i

party Is taking home three ,,.

mounts and smoked sail to share THEO.DEHONandSON TENNIS SHOESFOR ra

with their northern friends, and, .p

Inclacntly to assist In spreadingthe Dehon BIdg Phone 81 I ?

, fame of Martin county spoil r
I lulling MEN, WOMEN AND
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\I'll' yIn DRIVEABOATBOAT 100 % Wool

case you don't recognize me in the turban I'm RENTAL SERVICEBy '"

Telephone Tommy..gazing into the future What "Sportmaster"Sport

,LrWI;, '.IIIoI! *\lee '11 of great importance to every Flori d ian. ( Hour, Day or Week)
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, tl1t '% I see telephones in the future for all who want Modern, Safe and Dependable Boats I II

them. I see a lot of people with new jobs and I Shirts
. For i I
I x11 ,' steady incomes.., more good customers for more Ii i

. ;it businesses .added prosperity for Florida-all It
' the tremendous SPORT FISHING and SCENIC TRIPS w? V7, I .A sf
,Ia as a result of the expansion program

.started. by the Telephone Company. W rn,
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;t. ;,,1"' : This program Involve the expenditure of more I

""I tJ'"' than $300,000,000 in the nine southeastern states Also For Sale At Reasonable Prices I y" NEW SHIPMENT j
ilL .,,1' and means that the present investment in telephone 5 FISHING RODS av

,"lIdr facilities in Florida will be practically doubled. Men's Work Clothes

let I '.. So, I see the need for a heap of money. This

,olhN.' .1' money will have to come, as it has in the past,

'!;t 110'II,''"- ;:from the savings of hard working, thrifty people. Agents For Forward Speed Cono Clutch Which Starts Your Motor, Without i Work Pants. Work Shirts Dungarees .

II' p.l jU{"';;flUnless they have confidence in the safety of Starting Your Boat. ,

"r f t d their investment and feel assured of a reasonable

return on that investment, new funds for future
than'" :':expansion will not be forthcoming. FRANK DOYLELIGHTHOUSE STUART


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c. RAILW.v EMPLOYEES AWARDED 25 YEAR IIII11111111IIIIlH1111111111f11111111"' 11\'rel Kerr' a week allO Hl' has i \11': and :Mrs J R Poml'roy, 'I'nt through side 01 the Palm City'I Mr and Mrs E 81 Of
I' north
;; been In Nasal service many of Stuart WCI' SlInday'listor I bridge while driving home after I II Long Island N Y au
Palm N
7 a 41'I City month 111 the( South PRclfic. Hewns Rt thl' home of W. N. Stark.Mr. I I visit at the home 01 his broth- I a week of Walla< f' I-J

Br MRS. ANNA B. DA 14 days on his U'lp home' to and Mrl. John Krtlder of era her!', Folunately, he was from Port E
I I and four daysacroca JI"'f"1"
lilt' 11111111IIIIIIIIt11111111111111111'illllllllth '" San South Fork were tile Sunday dinner able to crawl out of the totally I
[( the States.
.I iqf ,1IIe! Mrs. Eliot lfiiderhrandl 1, gutl.J: of l3rs. Anna B Day. I wbmergl'd car and vas rescut'dby
Jelry( I\ark[ j, small daughter boatman from across the
I f yr of CharlestonS, Coo Mr. and Mrs Chalice Irumm a
t Mrl. Earl Market
/ : '{ of 1\1'[ and river. The car was taken out SaiIfishi
.i i''ml'l'lv of Palm City, nude. a jr"'al1 severely bitten on the and slater, Mr8 Lena parker I n wrecker
r : i at thl' of the river by
+ 140151' \'I,1t to this romlilll1lty$ face by II dog last week.., Several were guests Thursday John Kreider. !III'., and Mrs Eliot Hllde-I CHARTER AO/I]

"11'k( visiting her IIlsl r and stitches were taken and, her In- home. of The 1\11'afternoon and Mr. a'e5 spent brandt SI''I'rr' the dinner i iI L THE LlGI-ITHO

/ u''tllf'I'II1law, Mr. and J. Juries are now healing nicely. guests an Tuesday !evening of
s viewing -
ifra the St. Lucie,
n Johnny Feinauer, 3 years old, In boating on I ---- ----- -
; T \V Boland. They also Ilslted also met with an accident last the locks and other beauty I

i ay air and Mrll, C. A. Hal'od, form- week when his alder brother' acMdenlaly and Intfol'tstlillf spots along/ the

( (,,'1or Palm City but nowillvhtgIt ) let II heavy pole fall liar,, after \\'hl'h they enllrdml ; W. V. \VILSON"TAX

Z'II\\'ood.! Mr. and M,. 1md.rbl'andt and hit hll11 011 thl' brad, II rrIgnheI evening dlnntr before ]t'1'-(

I ( several slllcltea 10 close IUll1ln homl'Hal'l1f' l
are 011 thell' waynol'lh,
the ('III'hlrh hI' coffered bat I.Roll' hi ? Sal'RIlI' of WI"I Palm
,III.'r \'I'ltlng their chUdl'c"l who I 11(15Ills! '
'" 111(1115 I ( \\11( !iralII( 1"I''pnlly CONSULTANT

ti Inc( /11 AFlatnl.Mr I --- -- -'-"- -
+I .t" ,',,1
I J Y .b r ,t: e t t t "I/I/ \fI'I! Its Ca4y ':and I

I :\ll's W P. Brown all of Columblh to l1ulst Taxpayers In preparation of their 1045 In'If"! "

Returns and //940 Inmate Tax EsthnaeslMCNDAY :
lli- 0. arrived Jan 23 4) visit IF IT'S LUMBER

1 Mrs,, CllclY'H father, W. N. SHirk,, -, TUESDAY WEDNESDA\\
', who hall been III
I very rpr the THURSDAY FRIDAY
last 1I1011th. lIe 18 now 11lprovutu.

\ ,',*: I /. February 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8th, 19-16

: I Dr. A. It White of LrJcl'lRl1d CALL OUR NUMBER
?: Office No 208, Flamingo lintel IlldcPegram
f'l; :1 (her f'J( or/it'lal/ ,old was a recent visitor 111 Pain City ,
1 wnpluel. Iff She I 11".It'' 1'.1,1 ( u.1. ,111\131') ', having U years or /Uur e ( Real Estate Offlcl'I II
..,;3" ; rertiie, Nit b \111' at the home of W. N Stark,
\ .
"Kalll/atl"ll." hate ,
"" 11'1111.1' 111"11 ,11I.rI'cI! auld..i'II'II' emblems 'II' rl'l'ulrllllon! I Just west of FEC Statlonl
III their long rl"'III',1, o'' "fldl'nl! ( .erlhr, I In the abat. e (11)015 1)IJt) tfl' "'1'1,11, M I. oflin I I l's' prt''lIl1njf' Mrs. Nettle TllrvC'y and tlangh11'1' -

,. the emblem to group al' I' I.. ( veteran al(I 'I 1llh'r( "hlll'( '_' M. .\\IIIIIIUI1I', I'l'nalol' I.uftlll ''un '. bile Thelma Orel: and Phone 66

right, him'l'lf Ii "'''anlilh, the rllacl. 1+ -1111" n 'hakinK llanll, "lIh I' J. U'I/11'111/ elf the Car daughter 01 Columbus, Q" were Former Government Auditor Feet Reas1l.Ib" .
I 1 Chops, Nlla' ha, a ,re15,1'd, Iff .it ,. \1&1101'8' In Palm City M'41da)'
"'a I' .n iSeS "hill'' I.I E.: Jack+o5' xlth I I tl'II'd, "f H years In Ihp
1 t. I orunlothr "'.hup..1lnd." hI ,, William N. Marlin of CIe\\/blOl1/ Member Chamber of Commerce

t ,1 I __ ___ __ __ ____ rag a business \'Isllol' 10 Palm Casa Lumber Co. I
I City ThurbClay. '
r- r e ''If Ut'l11I rr0; nlll
F/ShTING 111' I 11'11 II F I EtT Kenneth Stanley has l been; Illsharged \\'rltl' Out li32V Palm Beach for appom'Inu,
I cN"u' froan the NavY pnd aI-
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.J !lags 101' the Stuart SnllCllIb -
IN THE FAMOUS ,)! I charter Meet have aI''d -

: Pl'rlden I Bill King; an-
St. "
RegionTHP .'.Ii (well today) and all charter

TRUE aPORTaMAV/ 15 A r.JARD'A'I"F' / SAt URAI, arsot'I1cLiI : .1 ,'nplnll1Jo'ho are members'

: the rlub may receive an ofti.al -
I 'Jnt Cnal11lrl ": '\",:: 1"" ( (','11,1, \' ;) .j, I ,,' .

I it I'a, har taken the lead lJI """pt 111 ll'k 10 lol, /. ; .\ .l't :::,.t ) Ilal( by calling at Stuart
strong 1>oshlon 011 tn, 1I.IIr<,' ('- saflsh Club office In then A Letter the
t t It t, ment of fluhing ('OIl\'J'\'alllm t !regulatlons 11r 0111'/ adj';, I ::') t t',1,j ( riburklsh I O\l\ hle..son build/5q./ to President :

1 .;', In thIs : \It'r( '.h \IUt"lH'"
ij aJ'.on. gont 0'' The new
alVI.lonJail\ ineorparates -
? ,:"It. I record ill being OPIOM'd ::0 tit till. WC'; ('Still: / ,' ,I' .11115'' a blue sailfish across the

.\ \\I l': use of force trap nets and hRII d, I; h III a well-kIlD'A'1I fort thai red V-In"ijnln which III the tRdltfonal -

f r aetna and also "UII'lJI', Ih up liH 'l1Jul: "sill ., 8tunr Sailfish
J'\I'iJ' It Club
.I.IY lathl'
to t" ..,.' ) position to the Ills,,(al I man se 1 r pmblt'l11. ,
very Iwad'I: I The official V
I 1\ r :' of all y -flag of the United
A ; Br uae In operation oj :'III lIl'tl; floh States
1 ;,' W H" r sucam WI' I'l'nlem' I I \\'U designed on the moot 01 i
t- In thla ,
?' blr
\ over \1 atdll1j- a II-pound the bill! and tall of a .alltl81'1I '

) f In plain lanllURltf till mean ,nook perilcty! at home wit I by I. W Dutton of Port Eewalh

l '. that the Chamber of Cllmlnl'l'mI the lIa.: ". IJrunl and frelh811' I (11'th! WlItICRI'! designed the ,

I "I'>I,:', civic: leader or tile coamulllly, rah of a httlc t 1)001 at the I'XlI'l'l11l' i sew charter flag.

P I ,," I' not opposed to (,oll1l11l'rclal headwall'l's of the Tout wJ

I \ fishing, bur wants to sec both Fot k. 111lAlIIFIi11C.11)! : FIIIiiKAX11 .
J 4 %I, "IQUI'! I' J'1](6; AI know
J coll.ctl\'e
and sport" fhhh1R1'J" 0- a 08ulwm IUn8.1 If ISIII nel'OetI.Uonll a\'era.rf! trafJ'ht-tlme% pay to $1.29 an h ;

'' \' I carrie" on In IL sensible mRnnpr fishing at the Inlet I I L\\IJI.I\: > II\ SUnll.\ Bon harry S, Truman with the Union broke down at the ,placing uch pay among the highest" I IIn "" I
\ I 11II that both Interests ,hllrl,,- th r I r"ntlnll: 10 be eXl'l'II, alt White' House Inu: '
and yesterday afternoon, because! all of
l'reskent Jf American Industl' '
the United ,
natural assets.t : I'll' 1111' blues I T'l1'0 Staten. )
'It' bra, ', unusual\ 1)f'I'hnt'n
\ :: ( IU\liJl.\ werel"HIpht )11' Murray then refused to budge from his,
I' ,
t ;, ,, The action fnlurld nn th r You'll, rl'arl ,,1"\II1 I <'rl' In today ) ; Into the LIIiI"hthou.t' The While house
i Hunt pave uf 11I
\ ,'!" : the prelude tc a glow'I'I11 ClJullty- )loll' 11.15x' .. :1" .1"" 5y) '7111. r t hL rrush.r, 811Yhpn Sunday Wuhlnglon, ; II C. must lake. 'place, unless steel I workers are the average weekly tllke-home )lay I n 1 1

f, Wide call for hone' y 111 Jaw (11' I f11: "Il.nnhu' < (; 1'dG,t ,: rq I the; JJ11'1I I A large hammerhead shark was granted tI Irenerlll wage increase ot 191:1: ateel workers for 11 forthoUl''I'k 1tl

I lorcement of the itshlnc ""I'RIIJatlonl hums on display, large enough near Mr. President: cents: 8n hour. Our offer of a wage Increase, amount 10 S51.GO assuming that ::,Eq.'t
,, no
tc ((111(1 1 the sire of the I18l1flsll
i I ; of 13 cents sal hour. was again rejected by time !lie Involved,
This ;
l: : Chamber dlreel"I" inked tlw LOCAL TRUCKN catch WhICh l'OI1.'J'lpd or a tiny Your proposal to me In Washington( last the l'nlon. figure Is only

;.. lJewli to make It d.'a, that till," Ci !151131. Sill[ lthu'h !ins evidently c\'enlns.r that the wage demand of the lees than the actual average, weekly ,""Il''

realize the mnll'IHI/lliH We haul' ,t uclyd I ernttomic Anything United employees
\ I. I Anywhere I St'lworkl.rll of Amel'ica-CIO be The l'ulun including i"t AI
Villue [1Ii1! """t., ,I'I.. Ih/ thrl'ltte'lI'cI' lu ahead I"
1 01' both ""OI11I1H 1" Anylirlte' i 111 61. 1.uPIPI ka with t ime. in the last full
.ettle.1. UI1 the "basis of increase \\'ar year of 1944.!) 'uI, I
ell&! and I I I' rI a wage of Its program for :..
1' (sport flshll'; III MI1rlacountyand /' : /I national I steel strike at t
CENTRAL 161! ed Its 1111 hear the'uage work week tests 46,1 h""
c r.ta'olltt'lu lIInllllry Lt1't
wont I : midnight
4 /I ee" bitt"' I I next\( Su ndllY, although such
carried TRUCK LINES 1 1. 11116, cannel 1 /I The difference is i really less becauw'lll '"
on In a suns' ,''lid senI/ regret t to say, IJI' accepted strike will 1Jl' -
bJe long distance '1"\lP, 10"11 R a.. (.RASMEAINEWBERG II cl"an'" ,'Iolation of the no- unrlnubteIly continue
manner, hauling' to hate '
( IIY the United State>> !Steel ('ttl'IOI'lIlIun $MtI'lk 11I'C1'llIion mIn ]I"t ta' :,

': i 0-- o. 0 Vollrath Plumbing for the reasons set fOl'th )INlaly.An ) with the contained' in our labor contracts the future, Just lIM we have lit th 1 1.1 i
1 \ Wilbur Hubbell YIIIII1IIJ Union which continue
/ llw by !lent time. In November, 1945, ov cal "'
; \ resort and travel DPpartmrnt oj 1 Service their terms until October 15, I !)
,..Jj the New York Tlmell will bl' here THE LIGHTHOUSE I you must be aware, YOIII' Pl'opolial I"nll110st premiums to our I steel workers "g'gremerp ) a' .'..,,
\ '. 'g'\, !tomorrow to Ito Hallfl"hlll!! -1 I1 t'CJu'alent to granting, in full the From the outset we have than $1.:100,000: Such reduct...n ILI1t ,
recognized .
11 YDllna lookll forwlll'j to ".',rJl L'1110n'p l'e'I"ed demand of a wane Increase how Injurious>> It steel ..trike $4,51: t In weekly take-home pay Is tht'urlll I :,
will\ be
,; tinning out what 8tllllrt hall' of 191 I ,. cents nn hour, which \I'll" advancod <' on\'el'Mlon'1l1(1( to the to re- consequence] of II shorter work ,;,:,;;
the of economy of this, whole
WilY YPrreutlon. ( liy Philip ;Murray\ / the. ?1'1'1'2'lith'nt ttf the country Mont industries of forty hours, and therefore one of 1 1I'od ,, I.I.,,
o 0-11 are dependent /
l'I1ittn, lit UUI' collective, lIctllln
lilll'jCulnll1l' / _
Charlie Jal'kHo/1 wan al11n7.'d YOU I (con 1IlIIn) It supply' 0"" steel for their conllnuedoprations tpII.I
rrOr roc '
JwHy OLtSthuDrATN: Terence( with the
( Flshlill on Martin Hluhxuy'! I iiiTY DOLLARcaf SSNNNN. 111 X..w York II 1'e hate don
.l way baric In the wMY NSSPIAriIG t'ckago today, In everything reasonably \ Much a'l we desire to a'oid11111' ,
Allapatta) Flllt ON ELOPING w 1 I KNOW r :TUART OUI' o'ltl0nlhel'e I 1 Isno !\ wlthlu (" I'It' t I ,
I where its pure swamI1111' YD R DA VGtR //T! FEED STORE just basis, from 11113. )Joint of ,'Il'for II If II strike Oil"" 11owt'r to alert\ such\ IIMh'lke we cannot o"E'rlook the effect lath (11'Corporation I 1 It .I,

hI' caught a 3-ount. occurs, the l'esponsibility find on our '
sail water" wage increase to our steel) workers of customer ,''U"I "
snook. how/ did (lint 1 sneak ever! t PI AYDyAVF, i/i ADY4NTAGl large size the ,rests:t with the UnIon, American business 111 general, of thl' I Ir

I set back there? r ,(, .(' pr 5,5 iATISFACTION GVARANTia.IOR you han pl'opned, which, If cent pal hour wage increase, which \ -

'II WI' don't know, but our guess put Into effect js certain to result in great When the GO\'el"11nwnt lit the eleventh have" /proposed.1 Such /\\'lIgl'il'rE'nlle} alt III','

1i I "I Is that It I'lftl'lI"! hielt xatrta financial harm not only to thllo COI'pol'n- hour Informed<' us alHlut II week result hl higher prices for steel than Ii F
over SplJ\\'av! I', ion I but also to ago of Its }wt>\'iollsly been : Fc.c
I SI L 1'f Users" of steel in general I, illillscnlMII to sanction/ increase proposed: to tlil by
11 all in steel\ Government,
sr 1 ? ceiling Great flnune/1I1/ harm tt If
All I hlltl'h'd prices we "t once resumed collectitre soon\ follow for allusPl'lIof e
10 make ('I'na-to you and steel who tt II ed
R 1 KENNY, LEON and JACK- oth'I' Government! officials bargaining 'gotiatJl118 with t the he obliged tll )pay higher prices 1'01' t "
our (con Union, Such price IIction steel, blither Wages to their tl''nndnll' ('
f I'1'I'nc In Washington over the liY the Govern; ( (>employee [ ,
past few still hate
Forever On The Ball ..la 'II, there Is II limit in the extent to which of mont II\ ttus> 1\\ l'l'clIgnition lIy It of( the right subject (to the O/'A/pl'I'l'1oI for their OWI1 pr ,
\(' steel contl'oJ. Such
Always' Ready To Serve YouWe're I he Union wage tlt'nJllnd"( can bE' met by u", because of industry!\ tll l'pcI'h'e price/ relief unjustified ante Mrlllt might n hell hig'h_;:,a
1 1id
"!ItII We Beached PII"t" h'I\\\ y Inel'pus lu finane/a/ I 1)111
I that costs
limit When disaster for ,
Ready at Your Beck and Call we raised 0111'IffI' something whirh 011111of t the 1'111;',I p
I to the Union Inst t Friday front the steel /ll'o.tI'Y/ : for steel comJlul1i" and" for a large her
/ n wag' 111101 :(;
SIXTY SMILES' AN HOUR SERVICE Increase of 121 ; cents IIn hour to one of many months hUM utlsureessfufy' MOUg'hl to steel fll bl' cut 111'11 HIIlI processors, The eau ..
establish the
15 cents an hour, This would, wIth 01'\\ output of these ('lImpanil's, I IIt Jim
constitute the creased!
i highest Wages und InCI''II1I'tJ prices I hsN, ...
FEEDS Stage increase ever made uy I should\} I like IIltllin to forte comJ1anlel' out of business th.
Watermelon our point out can"1 nAT,
el-maklng same
jA8tf9 1'4ubsldial'ies "result in
Our offer of J'l'linent irreparable)
SCRATCH 60% CORN facts rl'lntl\'e to Iltc t damage to the AmrriIII,
9WOS 15 cent!! wail wllgeM of CUll ,
t I', IafOft $4.15 jui\'llJent to meeting 60' of our steel workers, people, .8

,, OMb 3)b1d 7woS 9,11 I Seeds the Unlon'lI original excessive demand of
l FRESH CAR OF $2 a day general wage increase, Our offer Since Jannmy In our lodgment( it I is distinctly: i ll "
,1,1 TIMOTHY IW'Illtl
1 ; CltfO) n a i Just Inl! HAY met 75'' of the Vnion's final ; ; 1911 the 1I'C'I'IIg'l'lll'uighttime !public, interest to take Into account t thl'
\ ':// t: HfVnlS STONE MOUNTAIN Stuart Needs, Street n wage increase of 191l cents proposal an hOUI'' of of our steel hourly pay. without O\'I'UOIt', Jnrious effect upon American 1(1(111S'( 1'.1'IIn .
I : A workers' tutjuatified ED:
Namea has
'1 1 BLACKLEE aD People can find wage Increase increasctl more wage Increase In tlw .h
of 15 than the '
Iii .I.W OJ.J:: N lOA DIXIE QUEEN peo!'I e, "It's an easy town cents all hour, such aM 33' Increase In the cost of living Industry, 1dIpl.
t /.; we offered, would Increase during that ..
( .I.WH.lPfI"J.3AJ! .no FLORIDA FAVORITE to fmd--But: hard tD find the direct labol' ) recently computed by

4 i "Ikiet. <.) GNIri J. 43W90nr 0000 KLEXLEY SWEET anyone Jn the town costs of our manufacturing lIubllidial'leK by Wages Government have lIuthol'ities, heel wOl'kers After a full and careful/ conaiclerat( inn

; -i:. ; MOMS 11IM' M3Ha0W GA RATTLESNAKE -KENNY II apPl'oxlmately mOlt substantial! $60,000,000' a year That I" COlt8 Such kept pace with increased I living )your proposal, tIe have reached the c I I Iantlii: J''
sum, and does average 2'liol1 nbo\'e' ,
lSv n MONW Into not take In our steel strnight time pay \ stated( .,
-- account the higher COls! producing .t ,
we shall ;subsidiaries ,
have F.
!" fl/lny/ Set, Mottle, MEAfBFJt to pay for purchased $1. J.J 8n houl' In was
\Vlu'iners each
l and of the
f-, \'a)Jorlz el'f. when large wage Increases ( services. St'ptemlil'r, Ortober and months' of Respectfully yourS!, ..o'r (,
No'ember on
1 K' generally become
wtt I effective excluding 194:> ...
"I3inky" Toy throuthout any overtime
American premium ,
Industry and any 'ton
Talcs and Oil, 88 J" Inevitable after a substantial- amount! for correction of possible Benjamin F. FairIes!"' '
I. f., increase In steel InellIltle8 An increase tinge
of 15
cent, In Freaident
with accordance United States Steel
our offer
would l raise such I 0
: Cwporation at'k'

t "1

I ,,,,
J' 1 at'U. C
States =\

DYUD {IOP/1 KENNETH STiMMELL PHONE 7SJ1: Steel Corporation "Dr: .'

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MARTIN COUNTY COURT HOUSE "", ., ,, ",''","'1 ".h'' a 'Mil *!I.. 'I.. I I 1"I S. h.h, I. oh' mtlRTHlASUAMY Gal.. ..,1,1 .'.rlifidiarrihed ," ., I",
It $HsttrtRTMENTS ettOSSIFIED GUTHBERT BUYS CHURCH SCHOOLS ENTER .. .." :;.. 'M". or, MAIIII II! ISIS, d.m.d ....", ". ,, I,,. .
Initrumenla ol R.oo'dFIld Jan 16 lo, 23 I ,',' hal .I.. "r "ihei.ln v.lll" i S 0hIhaL

I Nnvy Din.. Jo.er.li Ayntl Coin .o,". IOA'I' II' I (IMMISKI.RHll III" I 1'1' ". hld.lei,' ill Ih.:. .. i 1 I ,
DIRECTORYFIRST "V""r."I': ": I'IlAINACLS' i : IIIS'rnl"r" .1, on thaI first M.I., .,", 'I "t.. ..
That' Mile-K, II, WillIam I, Ir",i.l.nl' ,'I.k "',., ,,,, I, ,.,,,."IitRn", ."' I. (.Ult M.relo 11411. ,'hl I h ,. L, S I" '.'

Mt.I' II.nk. \ .I K PClMFHtlY FI.ldo., I94H.

TAXI BUSINESS lIWDI.Inleralale Cn. I I.. I I. SPELLING BEE II l.ik, ol, l h.. ( I I.,,, t..ourl, of MARTINI I,."" I'""., ." 1..h.I.... .lhl. 2110 di\l '"rI",," .s"'
BAPTIST n.ldln. t "'""! HI.,1.1.' A. Aiivnl fur unldHoard II. IIIll.ITIIY, ('". n ( J. "It I in'nil 1 1m

Akro. Avenu. CrnryAdmin J"n. 31. P,.10) 7. 1 I 21.Plrn 11f. 11..i ( I.."," ('".t I .f I' ,", s ."s \
nxv inn. W..I.I.. Puto.Slnd.l D.-Mnhy T Brown I I. (Inlr' A, K 'irsb I''r Ren 11' ....
l lfl [ IAX (ill.im. .l Uornlhy. Pierre. D. C. _I r.*' FNT (I'ir"It ('.. f.,1,
Former Lumber Mill Operator ;;, H: m. l.nd., Behool' Rat. Miir--Ruby H /... I. It..III.Idanon. Sixth Annual District Contest Jon, II. C 14. 'imi OF !APPLICATION.M'YHIIOTI& FOR TAX .I. M ,1". I S

10145' .. m.. wor.nln. ( Lead. To National / 1>EEISenate > Ion U. I. 0 I I'' I

Enter Here BUlint1 fllflO 7180,' |I'p,. m m". II rvenlnir, T. U. Worahln.A W.L. l Il.-H..brrL Hooka M. Howard I I.. Rol.nl Finals LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ( BI N*. II 3)) LEGAL ADVERTmmEN"-

nur.ery l I. itmlnliiln.Ml', In :Ih* chnrrhannex W. I-- Mnr nret'. K M',lil-hi* .in I. .. ,OTC& 0. INTENTION 10 DISSOLVE
fur the on "f riurlnnWedneaday '. .p.rtl. (OHI'OR410N'Nul. (v/N NOTICE OF APIIIC41 FOIt TAX
.hlh.. Mullhx lo The Pnh.Doei Mann county schools have .1111 A. l'I'Ato"nHI. h/h" .I l'ia
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111111111I111111111"1111111111', '::111111I c. W. Cuthbert who came here h. MI.-. ... I. ,.,: ,; trKen 'Ihnl' ,under "lrl. "..ll' 1. n.r. I ..".,I tho )Heventh H... N. .Itn2NflT1r

7 'isil I p. m., Mld-weeX' pinyer .errlee:. Of lt'r.-lndInlnnn. t>evi>Ip. Colo enterei the 13-county spelling | ,'in,,". "f I'h".h'r, l I"SnsIl. Ijiwa, S,,. \ mil ha. filed Mime .: I Is IHI.(:,1 I l II".
\ FOR RENT from Miami 2'' 9 years ago and rnrl: ) I.eonre K contes the Southeast Florida ,.1 f rinrldii, '. A.is, .r nil". ,, ,...,1 of I.. my "ff1.. and! .. m.... appllrallnn" WIl.I.IAM W. ,", ', I h .h' ,
BAPTIST' D'.... of n.l' l'v'lsn, Cn of I 110. ioipoinili"" I lII li.tid h"low. iht. .am I 10"i, H lax .hid. ,. l,amd, 1 'Ihereon, or 'II.. t"II.wl", ., "' ,I I.aIb
-jlltlllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIATLANTIC! / started the Cuthbert Saw Mill FIRS ..', t. ""..4 I.1.I.'D"l.hl..n. distrlc in which $2273 In cash lob"" I liiii.ri.nrnt.il I ,IIII.I.M. ,. ihi. ljiw. of 1.10 ririlflriili' emlin.r.. Ihe' fnl""lo ,'.rtIfI.",.,. I.. ,"0", ,I ,. ,0
n.irl.la, ,iiti.l n.Unit Ih.. lirnrdlif 1 prnx.ly| I In I,10. ( /11 .,,. "h,. I".
C..pn. 5 i.
north of town. has bought the Florae: i<. HAKFH, pmtor .1".0 1.4Ih..1 "
Sunday' I. *-U.u.. S 1 1..thrI..n'b. prizes 1 being; given by the 'Ihv 5"'"',o'lro, of lOt,"?". m'h .01 ivirrunilm ."rln.,, ",,10, of. ...'. .. .In.wll," II l ,..... ..r I I., ,. '
01 Ideal Taxi Service from Harris (IconoCo. "I r .11"10, 5''U''I,,l I ,,nI'. 'or ,I'llu.L, I. l 4. Ul.i, k I b 1'1. LI"IF .. ., ,
\< I U ,''" .. m.' Rnl, ,, Srhs.O.' W. 10--I..ralhy r.m'mk' 'to Miami Herald The grand prize Et-TATKH M.ITION ,..' "n'rov '"" 1 .
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11'e Lowery, Ir.Cuthbfrt.. 11, ill"|I'a.. m m. 'Vfiiin Mornlnic'i>p<.iil woriihlp.Oi.HO moellnn., 5'. l-"Muslla" II. O'.n..n' t. 101,." for tht. district winner Is an all- fill,"11... I..',,, ,. 1".1..I ,I''., m"I'm." .' ,.t II."11.. ,.I ,mil' ,I ,i.f llox .'.,I... i C *, "' II .(..rlt'nl.. .1'01., I'I',' ,, ]5.."

now operatIng the 7 ,10 p. m. Kvcnlim; Kervlr' O.n... "". "... ) lh"'o' I. I"".. .r ihnpIIMI ,,', I 14517.I.o.u "1'' (1.10. II, Tnw.- I I.'".'".". I I I I
Wednesday (St--Mill H. ... to Rotinrl II II .. expcns paid trip to Washington ot ",..r"I.. .5.1' "r I ID I .".l, lht 10, ," 10 "II""iih. 41 Flint.nl "I I I"" s I
j ., 1 "..su'.'a.. .if i I hi .,ulil n.1. 1..1. .
business in the n.l'c .h. C ., ,
l'haItl.r' I
r 1 1 ': ;I newly aCQul'Ed ; ion, p m. MId.' n.i.h prayer I ,.". D far' the national finals ,.v.I. s. II. I" "
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I1! --- m..t. Q. .-H. II. "",...111, I la Ulan,'he V. S. "..t. r... I... of Muilda' 5o'i. II" .10 'orlIflrot '.u.1. w. I I. 'l'u.'d, ", 51 ". I.I's,i' ]
Williams Building. has leased his THE CHURCH OF COD .. Any student or the public or ..l.l rornuiHll.n.,, hn> .. 1"1 .1..1 I n. '5' ,..'/.1 .h", C llIpn.. "I''nn.I'nI lion in 1'. c, 5'. nNmnii I I
r R i. I U n1 I. .,,l ., .... rcrIIflcsO, ."' I I.p p0.II ,
i Fa,05.maIIoorv. v. R, l In A nlj.'r! .11 .hl In "hl< hOMhlwr "
SullivanI .1.,1. "
saw mill to W I... I), I II, I'HHh. I-nator W'I.I-'IIO.h.; fo parochial schools of the 11countlts IS I minih... 'ih. .,0 if.,1.1. piih.llvnlloli ,, ,..,,,,I ,,,, "roh'v) ,I.. ,IoW, I ,,..,.pl.v mil R. I 0s.,,,. .
it1 consider the Stuart area SUNDAY- !: I'MrM til Ml I.url.' .'Hrh Ntl'l I l\tiy. of ...." .,.,. ik, iilbeil, ( ,I,, wi br sId IIMl tho All "f. .(l"l"SI', .
jJiE1 J11 ,, .hool. (. 'llmikArmy who Is In one of the |".ialliina h.I..o IH.li.w 'Ihnl h... I n,..l llii hi.I. l.l.l.l, ni, nnrl' home ..10". of Mull. ,. 05' .' I I
.'_,_. .. the most desirable In South Ill a' .. O".h a 'Ih. llr.l' I In ISo ,nnll, ...I'AI'I COUltl .
bPOt ill'
II .. m.. Nrol.oas..hIy. lilm..-J..hnnl'. IlwiwnN flrt t It tocompr I,, lhi> .. fllinl Ih.lr nnorladii Mnnilny sn's.'h ,"lI,,.n,1 I
cght trades : eligible tn.
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alI h I I. H l 'rH
.. <' mid lobS I inn, .1' indi-i Ihi' pro.vlslona 114f ) d. .Ils, i idiairlhul I' S I,
Jon ,1 ra.r
:4. east Florida. he said and look I. I'. m.. II.aronsoILo' 1-li:. M J"nila tin. Mm : i :: : .
: ./! .: of lhaiil.r" Mir, Ann ,,C I lUll Mini ,, ,
; 1 \Vli. Juhn H. ll(, nriii laUlllnm *. except that the Undent 11'1. 1 In s < h 'IL'S'' "
h.rd.- l.nm. nf )" will 5 I""l'.IIh' "'I. "'s.S" .r .I ,
the local buhl u' lnitlflod old hIph..lI.SIh l i
forward 1t'.RY
to Joining 0 p. m.. W.'kIy I Y. I'. "I'II. "nlnd'd. I. .h.
R 'MI'. BrtiJ). T Hiirli-y FI,.m must lot have reached the 18th ''o .?, "."inur "h. -vill los.,. 111(0. ."i,. il.iui" ..," Ihim. I''
COURTAPARTIENTS ness field." ST. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC l"t. I'. .- I I'i.. 1,,., 'I..l'h.l. .' tIm,. .ll.."lvlintHAIITIN .0. R. "I'CIMPIoOY. "nih, ). l i iI '"I .

: He owns 250 of land 70 tliveland' AvenueRrV I..d'iTM'l-i'lll"nrilll, Omrtry .. Tnlilily blrlhd.v by the last Tuesday In .,1 ''.1..1..0.. ,," (,,".. "I I"..,"", .I 1"1, ,, rooMy, I I'niiilh, :{ .r I :Mn,j",1 I '
anIs '. ,' .'o'f 115 .1..1.I I I II
: r .f.I fmlnrII May
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"I'I <
lt.AI wr'l.; IOI1NTYIKAIIKK i" irl 10,0,11II ., .1"" "
north of town which he plans Jimicn W.Mte.Jtrn.'u .
Sund.Mi. Sihoil champions be '1 iHUdiriiv' n ( I .k I' ,, \, '
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III iiFPlsf'OeAi.
WHEN AVAILABLE future development 5 t'.lm'k. I'.m. I'-dinil. wU SAM i I'h.h", ,' l'IIP.r .,Inn, II I I.. '". ;. I II I il II"" .. 'I",'/,1'' .,
W. rnmun lo .
iliUIr Furnl.hnl' II ou.,.krf| IntAi SERVICES 11 crownt'i I on or bc'forl April 17. lI.la'oo, ,,,' mil,,,I nl..
'. Hauls Lovely. sr., thanked Hi\ln l tiin A. HIOA'ftltd ANn TII.TCIN rICH 1)51. LECAI. ADVERTISEMENTSoTlCB f'I. l' ,
,.rtm>nu 140 I. n W..t th.d, SI.ptSI. CoiiBty climlna.lons villl be held I \
10 Artn !himKhlrlpy W. G.e.I'o I'\NY : --- Jan, SI. III I I.I : l I
monthly \ :
for success of the Mop'' : : 'AI.t/NI.
past patrons 104--rh.I | Iliiliv Hound, ( o li Hi 'Ii'nII OF AI'b'LICATiON l Coo TAX I
> wnikl' on 01' before May 1 The big -
Ioli-l' Koomi fill,00 15EV. It. N. 1' M A.. Rs.'lar
.I'IIN. (..niilnuf.W .. 1 l's sa
business and stated that he I < H. INVKXTMKNT (0151.IANV LEGAL "DVER -
W. T. PAGET 7 ,1111 I. a... 1,1.. .11..110/. I n Jinr., !I'. SUM. ,. Bmmii J district finals for Inner and 'rIlli fSenate 11.11 N*. IHI, r: .IFNT

- TELEPHONE III 82 plans to expand his IJOrtlg llillll..11 ii;,if.mm'. HIM, 'rh. s.iuiiduy ','s:,:::I. owl F.lth, i a th.'m.' Puh.-Mnrlln. rounly FlirlH. runner-up will be held May 17 PhenOl). Til.TON "TIAUT HKATI.N FIsH CO. NOT/ IK IIHIKIIY; OVFN. 'IhalIh NOTICE Of APPMCAIION IISituate I OR I"AXDtr

hoods store ,, Munlh.' 0pms u.1 II'.Ie" to I in The lull. In Miami at Bayfront park. Each INC .IKNBKN. n:" : l'All.tltlA'K.: ,, Tam' ( Dill, .1'01.. KNdTICK .">
$iiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiimiFOR' /,1 Mit. !I'-t.. II. ",ho..' l. fHlMnnPint" irllfl.nl., I .' I ","".1 ,- 15roh,, I IK < I I 'll.
ot Mllnrl.' school 1 11 Martin county will send I "BTI'ART WATrli: I OMPANY STUARt ilnv ..I, .0,Inlv,,!. ADIIi 'lIOn. 10". fIll" non.. A. A. '11.'II'',,,' I' '

SALEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiitiiii TAX CONSULTANT AIT"SA'NTSW Kn.iit Hmhor I rn> "flI.'o,",I hna, nude,, nl,".dilution" CAR hil'luinil, I mil,,' ,l I ,
.I.ndThl,1 l'Il.Rno. ll.ib.irg Its contest winner to a county I It la further, .thai a rnny, f.,, a I,, ,!.'a.IO.! .. IH |.",.."l Iherion (,,rliri.nl. Nn lit,0.. I I

HERE FEBRUARY 4 I linn, n. KIIII.IIV" "S in I,, 5.1 MiinlhI I'. 'l'r...,'... 1"lln. (To In' .IINS1 filial In Stuart. The winner will ihi. ,,,.'ll'n' lu. .1..0,,,,,11.1.1 "..' Urn o Xtilil iiiuf, ,,e.. ,.n.liii,,..,. 0 h.. fulliiwlfit da. >. of July, A. I I I'Ii'i< i ih
m "i mi ii Holy I
,, ... rm.m'II. II.' o "I', I I).. !TI'AITII.Y NKWI. n n,w.. di, ,'rlh. ,,'..,,,' > il 'Ihi- ('.lflIl'Of, I my off .. I., I hfa "" ,
-ALB!' I Wlrkfl, "l.. "i I ..hnn ." RUMEN rs"OF RECORD Til.Fl> "o to Vjlnml to compete against I l.iili,, ,' 1"I.II.b..o I I ....inlyI Miun.' "Hint,. I 5')"iIn,,. i'so ii' a ,lax 'dud n., 1.irrtrrimtp I ,1.> '
., /
I..bl'.d. .1" i I" nl I i' hmlly lnn.l. I'fiir.r, I In J. ,U. ., ,, 'Irn.l 3t" f.ii X .I: .
W. V Wilson JI'.. fcdci'al tax w. I U. l I' I l"laeIlo. ( onnly Ihe hI,5'lf. l an I. W.-I .1 ., ,II I,,
..t,<,r.d,l I 1..10. "i I, ;1011,00', Si-. FIRST' MFTiiormT' ('hrUlmi... other best spellers of the district fl,'i. nl I th.. .1...". 11.0',' i'''Moral"Inna ll f 1.1.1.! II' ,I'. 'J n"'. HIVKRVIKW ,'rllnil ivrnriei,I I In ,ih I .. "'

llrhon I'hiir. .. U. :II! consultant and foimc-r government 117 Weal bprnml Street, Mir' J. l>, lhil.lm' Ulnn.l. I local ohs I b I "I'I'I'IMU.J' .f, pml, .f (inv I..., tin $.."' ..C fl'.rl.lii, .

....AI.El' .Kre.hlh ''II"" "",II, ",,' ., auditor who has been itxv vvii.rifHi Ii. nun.r.!' :. Poilor I'rnrri., Dates of contest 5" WirNrKh""rVHrHKOK; : I haveheminti. I I. los I 101, a. Keillonn. ItI.1&1.lIl."L 1 I.
rlf' K. (,,. ."I".. coming Sunday A..aht.M'w. -Irllinil' r. J'.... 'to have nt been set. 'I S nl himI I nnd,. I ,'HU-.,,1 Ihe < I In', 'I'll 5.'M.I: I I. Keillon.' a,HI nf P"ol"I I I, LI I Illnn.nn
-- to Stuart annually for a ,,.450,10.--, Piihllr. Wiirahlp "Th. 1111 In.."). U'ol, II, ,,l .r ,,1". 1"1', ..I I'lIIt, ." l'son.hll,, 1' :h: It I,',', II 1oo,: flinnl, ,n,. '< '" I I

; .:,. Wurlil !I. my 1'.1.1, W, |I''i"w. I. lo T. T. Oiinhi.r. County contest winners will I. .ftl. .1 '0'' "i ',II" .. ''h. ,".." .t '',',"llo, I I"' ." m.,. .r i.... 41. P II (.o. T. K I' I I I I
"ALBl I heavy ""I .I. nkfn.l, si.. .. number of years assisting TaxPayers 0,45 ., m ('I Illrlif ,"tlrhl, ol : 1..I ''hl, ..h' 2"''h I .1.. .r .0''n., ,",,"o, ,'. 5. The. .rni'nl of ,tin MIII,, | pi.ip.ityntilir The .....molt of 1 11 h.,
..n4ft'.hsI', HIM., nddH.n.1red. ), h. I., bl.'nry 111.1.. R. "w"Ii.-rinrl.l' '* SonS nnd I...al ('... .i.. receive i $10 cash award with l I.l 5 I Ihi. ,.,1.0, eerllflrnle' I."ml wo. In under tkt' ee-llfi, 5.'
L4.l.d'y. .1". ".. 'II4A1.F.s I In preparing tax I. Mi, ll.nnl.l, I ,, na.l, Ih. 010 ,
tlrl h'hll .1. Illrnm (" llliH>nnnir.liili.Mlv $5 for the lunner-up District '$II SI. 'o.. "n. I ihe name .t W. I..i iDull. "
and will bi l IIIIHllllI I, C. I I. A. (mAY I ili., ..1'1' Mrliriiiii., .hall ,IH r... .,,,1" i.n'",f" "
again 11."ln.
l.nwn, m"v..r. Wist" repoiU h1 ', ,Mil; VIIIIIIM, I'..'|.I.. Kellnwehln. Illiih, 111''Di-Vrmiiniil I ". poises 1t'lude the Washington I. ""'" "r .., .1...",I ,..", ". ,.. 1,0. I Ic'IopIp, dnmtil,. I", I tile I
I M-lnoh nailllnn, .., ....' I.,. .".. rOII,. during the week 01 February 7 ,:in I", ''j'. "5,1.1, I ,h. tti.iahln, 1h. II. .. I Hi. Vimlnnl, Hull, ..tin" l.iI 'r .5:, ..5.,II,.."' 1"1"rl' I.. ,., i hi. .rillHl' 'nr"lnv' I, ,II ,.
'. Hit" We.l I hi.i,I lh I si .,In., SI.AIJCi I I1. 1'10,, h",, of .0"I.."I," I liniitlriilly' ntlnIIIHI I I11.1.I '. I I .1..1,, I In trip! wills expenses also for achnpeio irCAI. ADVrRTI PMFN1--- I I i'.. .1." 'i.i 0.1 ,' ."I..... h., ...Ioor hlkfhe.t II.Il,..,,nt 'tin,,
4th. He wi be located in the I"" .. .. r, "'" ,I I". ".."', ."', "'.1'1.,1'I ,(..,1".k I. 111.own lo rhnrlin, !I'. i ,) $25 for the runner NOTICE OF TAX l. I,, \.,,,., I. .. "" .''h 01 ..h. fb.l, M..0' ,
I h.I"I.h., AIPLIAfl Nr' MlMKII. inn, vhlih i. Ill. .
\1. ." .,, ,'11.111.. 0" H-grain, estate office in the t'.hl. KOI1IITHI M.rh. III'S.' S
4,5. h ,'. I I" ,i...,.r... ..,,dilh,", W.d"D.d"-. A. .- r..mld M. Thom. up; $20 third prlzl; a $10 fourth Hou. N. U I I.' ..f 55/Al; II. 'I9IIIllil.d M...". ISIS.I .
04ft,110. Moro"I""'", $51 ',,,", 115. Flamingo Hotel building while ""r., n,1, 1 ,,.' 7511 ,., rnI'IRST Hut, Mi ir. ClwirKF w. liwn 'in flak D.I ,,' ihi. II.I, dny of JANUARY, )."'" ,hi. 21.h. 'I,' \. .I S I'J '

I. "' I'. 0.1) J",".. 31 P.k II.lIly Ok is's. t:". prize and $3 for fifth place Eachof I IH HEl4'OiiY that I 1141. l I I '" I ','1
here. PRESBYTERIANI. ", W. (Nann llrrb'rlMte.l.ll. 10TI'Y OVKN. J. II. (1.5' Clr."U I'," '
o. .
I. of the
\ o. the tthei contestants will recehc I JllNrH: Ihv l'UMIIt'I' ,
'FF.R: 1.lf.tl'.s' ,"II, Y... w., h...' A long time visitor to 110. Wom.n' Slat' ", "","". ; full.iwln' ."KF ha. 1". aald. .*.. l H'u.rt' N. "ffl.."'. Stuart flit rl ''I..R A. 1'111.1.' P..).,. 1 If ('. OIlcan lo nrcirmW. $J. !IfI..l f"'.lrl'nl' drtil. f.. IKl..ilil, ) :'.1.,." I Circuit Ci.nl,,,t ss',
W' Mr. Wilson Is a member of the S'an., '1: I .,,."... 1, <; iri 1011., Thi .,.11' rl I HI,. numbir> und (1',1 (',",""l 1.1'I l' 1 '1 ,I I '
Fllh I ,'.,",.1.."" W,, I.. 'I."w, I. \\ irJT-l!.nrir.' W Grows I In I',.., I" -- ;.r l ;I Ihi di..Filpllon, ,: ofi I 11'lt"TIY' ""I.Rn: II C J.,". 14. 31. I'.." / I I'I t ,
; KTRINfll Unity .'."t.. In t-lli., Chamber of Commerce nnd a 1.1'' ",..,." ,.", ,,' I"",,,,.,l..m. Hull ('OW.\\1lw"! Miir.th. .iinnie und, I).. n.m. In uhl.'hII J"". :1 1.0. I I 111111. -. .-.-
i propniy'
I. 'l'I.y .h..I. '
.L "'" it. "hlh .. I ADVERTISFMFNTNOTICE '
,, .. ,.. bilifver In the future of Stuart Nnvy UltfN Gen.r" .rn.'sI J..n. The ': I, MIIII.Mx.i.l' in .I..IH-, .'llvily H. fiilirllfl.au LEGAl
.1. Whll. lh'l. k I h." "' "" .R UNION CONC.RFCATIONAI. n. K.: ,I.. I.hwol I I. ICIm.N ,,, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .
and Martin County In loin 1st Pnhn, lily' \m.",'. through the Stuart po >t office, : OF API'I.ICATION 1 OR I AXDFtn

I I ). l'n.,lnlPltLMlYlrRIAN M'' ,'.Ik I". 0 t.. VIral ", Y. ,' MF Ar.w '
N. ;
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fllAIKrll I .00. hnnf ,, .' ,..".1.." and farming development. He I:,I ,"HIIH'f'"K"II.,I. 1.1. I,, :. 1.I in", L. Pa"I', I. prl'fol1 a sP'vlrE which Is 'PNI"' ."" 11..1.I. .. .f "n. ,) (Is...,. 1.1 5,. T1NOTICI
awlvel, .mil,,I '-t,tinlihl' >'I".h'. :'"'".. M",",".," '., 1"1".. ". W. U. I."I, I. J."... 'Is l.Iow.ol I. II: HUl.. Id' N.. ': 'IK II I in ,1 I I I' I I'
555fl'I ..."I,,,,i f1".I, ,.,'s. 11'IUt has numcious clients here who "' greatly apPreciated by visitors '. No 112. Y'or I o.'e..i, tIN. 1,5,11, |l I I. "I4IMMI'II'S' l ''
.ou ,.....,l sl.ii' ..h. ..'h.." "'" COMMUNITY \y""l"lin'- Vnrrl \jrnllnn' here an:1 I which Incldently has ( 'rlIfIL.' n I'TI r: 'IX HHIHlV: OV :N. 'hat SIMMIiNM. hlx' ,nt,f, ". Ml I I
with his : I. UU.
""It t.. ".llNPI NI'S" oHI,.... are pleased work as an CHURCH W il.. runt Mo.. Mil: 1 Und Co. ,IciTriitlr I.I. J\\ '.) '.I"N. 0 Ih.. h.lI, .. f .Ih.lovliiir .. 1.1. I'A'II.lluN.I h.I'l'I'I I I
Hobe Sound, fine advertising medIum .. ,, ,, hna fll..1 >,nl.l, ",'rlb. l I I h, I..
experienced tax consultart. and I.I Andrvw. proved i nf laiunneeiJl .u N. 1..0 i
AI.K I It"/I''' .I...,., with "UO'.v. I, ( No linn Year I.. ,lO 'Ioo.I. I.. ,I.,. ., "dth" 1'1 I '.
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A I I I"
nrv K "
I' viu" MI pnaiorin Mt.I H 'loCliim Pntriruhl t. Annual
.... M. '1. II....k'" ", ,,I,..... 'vho' benefit fiom his more. than ii. m. F..,inilntrh. <>f>l. Mm W'lnm.' K. .."..,. I. Hi The Chamber provIdes IV I. l UU, ,.,.",. 'F).. ,..lh'.I.. ".m'o' I"udi .lay ''f I A s's.' :'i'I \ 'I'I'I

J", ,". II." 17. 21. II. II ,'Mil' ,ii in :M"'run., "'". hlr>. .t.o.I. I.... Itok.Cba.l -"r.. 1. anil,! Block a. KT i .f "Is. '", .,,ilni.,11'" ,,fl'ihe 200.* 'i l 5,ui..;I Ih.'l.. I I
25 years work In audit and tax free ma.ling labels for all nuts I. .1. I U. ,; ; ::::, ;'h.. ; ::: f .
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5 I ohich 5 1,5.
AlE; I 4'll.droi.m. II"",... 1u I "' .. MI.. I". II. Wllbkos. ''n ('lar. F.I. I.I'(.11.; KKITION I. r : : I P 1MB .
.... CHRISTIAN SCIENCF: SOCIETY OF evident who IITATK 101. ,. .. mil, h. nni, ,I" ,.'I'i '
(Umv. ur.l. 1 "I'"iltr>' II ", piactice While In Stuart his I. donated by i are Hlvl.lnn nf not. i : n.. lr' 1"1) 1,1. .
innlil, III M llh sir, ,... I"lb...,' STUARTE.t Anohithut. Mm. Clura B Puree .. a 4 n I In 11., "'." tl. Ktrllon,, ; Tan Vent lo In I Is ..l>h". ".
,r. services will be available fl'Ol Fou"h, SI..t I..urlr Cn, requested to unload them at the I Timnahln SC ,mlh, ., Rantfe Ccrltrienlis Nna, K. and' Ill. re."VtaVof .rll..le. iml'" ." 'h.I I Ii
.. "l'h.r.'h ,.. Il l.nk. 4 : II, I Ih. ( MUnlna
m .I'e W T I H. C WIllIam. '.. 'rlh,1 |
1 5: -1)1I pon''Y
oflice More "
\ 11'0 are urgently
mornIng until midnight post ,
I I.Minnri ,
l JUNk .
h"II.III"-I... .. I U. -('. II. .. lo Stool II. I I I IIU. ,' Ii"I'I'I
Al.Kt Qniid "nI 1 III.11,'I Inn' of 'l.i ,I.' .1.1I. I C'
Piopirtyi I. I I.
n >l. i.nt III.l 21 ,
I llreeli. l'n.. ...I I r"!L'/I.'I.' -- 11111111111'11I11111,111111111 111CltST.S TaylorAimy rredcd: it prlsent I.ot I it 1. nioek 1 IN. PORT RF.AMI. *. 4 :nr.l;,. I 5:, Illiurk <. HT I.1JCIK) I.. k IS
,MUe J ihn ft |Ill.v.n."n. "f 2. .
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IliO Jun. 21. II r.h 7it "' "imrl .
TWO NAVY MEN RFLr\sn SfrSCERJO .I"II.h.n, -> I I. Knl.divl.lnn, Amndd "I l's",
Aimy, IH.i ILmnnld ," c.innt I, ua ,In I'll ::1.I JITA'r 1J1"1'IIN .
11..1.,. MI. .r lt" i nf 1 1 l .,. In n. I' S'I I, ,I' "I'' I
; Nn\y, I 111.-.1 ( ,, 1 I' II ( l.mimhll.', t" I'l
.hi. (hUiuiihiia. ..pi.A. K. C. The Jacksonville Naval Separation PROCR\W h'I Ht'h. I'll I III "I'. '. ,Inn 1, Ti .
'n"11 I II.- W 'I'I u. .. In T 'r. l :IK.nilh, Rnni'1' K..,. 1..t I 'wn I IC. 'I'. 'IV. I I
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1.\Rm.n CHRIST, SCIENTIST "H..hrnrdi. .. JUST RECEIVEDNEW \ 104'S',. oIl i::,') ", 11.: FOt'RTHI : .I 1 : J. I J '::1'l'l.k
ALE: IIlunrt n",. "s II"h'. CHURCHES OF I (']5,1, .., I'h., ,"I, .," ,,,,I Mnrlln' ( "' Cir.I .ml,I I'.srl.,. ,
1.1..0. '16. S.. !IJr. ('h... ('... ) X.\Y ISCI.RGEHarold W. I.-\o. ,Fmll)' l.hrno.'r 'n lit. I, \11.. 1845. II"",' .
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R. C. Johns
II. "I/ldn/l.1 who I h. (b.ll's, ..t l< : I ,""I feed mill M. .o.'n ",,,'10'',. U'GA-L ADVERTISEMENT EO"l. DV.ISEMf""T -
had served on submarines for I I, ,''I"t I I eniee, I iliem ,, II.dnwn. Mu, Inr IH., ...- J..hn Chin. V.n HAiny ..... 'it .. ',i I' ..,irt. 1".1 -- -- ,"NO rILE
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beam. 'I. ,lilt'' 'h. ..1Mtit.i. ', three .1 1.0"0, ,, .II 1)1.c.. rrnnk A. thrlmli, .. ,, >. I I '. I OF INTENTION TO REGISTER' ,
.1 i years In the Pacific, iccelved ', ",nil I mrnln) IhnlV.M Aro. -- I Is, II I' li II'. KICIIIIOUS ', I I 5
, 'I I with; new f >_ ,III1, .llnuit, .. SIIHI-, kl.. %>'I"". ,I..1.1, ,. na>'. mil will lilint 'mitnii ,'".) 111-.1'/1.,10, lb. blonI.., MODEL NAME d."h, :,::I ,: 'S. ,,,.:I ;I I .
,in.mlled. N.I 'II iipnidiv.nll. I his discharge Jan. 23 at ,. W. to Jim LEGAl. ADVERTISEMENT .
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I .nl for ,. .. lilt '.1 I. III.. nr Hi; ,,..-(.torut L: lhnmi.i.1, OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. i, th,' Mt'KI'HY' AT 5 in,;''I I'I"ruaa' i ," Tlll), n,. .111' .. ..RFrA, I .,((. |TTIIklN UTAH"' I "P.\I I"I '1It/:'
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Ds'k R. I' Wlyl, SI' All.'y the Jap Navy a Jap .,.1 In' I I ilu. S"h.t"P",, l b) o. so,. Ju.lu. .l'In."r "''unr l, I'. rah LEGAL AD VER1 s.M :1 I I15011CC :." .1,... rlll ,land, .i,,..I In Es'...- I .1. I I. 1"'P.0' .II U 'fiitloi' .'.I. on..") ---- -
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3" I ;. troops ''I o. '1 I"' I Mi .r"Sl" 111 l .u' l"1. fI ihir i r, .1 I I In, mii.l I huilnf
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NLW J|: 1ISKD: IIIIAPSi .1'l.il'' I' I 'nn"fr. / I."' 'I'.t, 'II,.. h.I.,1, h... "IsIIff.,, MarlIn rlurllnproof ., ",.,,,, ",,,let ,'
,'. .ANI, .l.'ko..o'. Hunt nnil I 0'M..hll.n" WE DO. NOT HAVE THE MEN THAT (.(uintoi,. jr 7l.ul.rADDRFRSt ,"",.5'a'50.,,, I" n'I .n'I r.,. 1..r. ..t C..m., \ ) .if t'o"'I., '". .'o.f ''h,. oS, "... 11,'

v ",'rvlri-. .1 ri..n Hi-nrh. Mil, IC KNOW THEIR BUSINESS. ;trI', We.l, 1'.lm /I.I..Ion.. .I Ks'r.lol's: ". LII.. 10525115' IFNF AVOYry I nlllloiia, n.,,,'. lo.o, I'
ED| Laiitulry workers for a I'nn.nl ,,'lL Mi"", h., lIun'", )" 0'11.. '''f.nonnl I JI'SSKN: l: FIU'I'r (1IAN01 111.
' < *10 Cor or., N. ceabllo 1..1. .I.hll To C.'.. tIn.ys.irn. .,I',I.',, *51. h I I, I Iat
'id lhlft.S.e Anily Tsimai If yon, wIll look 0'0",","I Iho ,""rr.rt ,'In"' 1 'b. ,. '14, 11. ICIrilill, Couil, !.II, 1p' l"voy. r..lh'n. J..So.'n l'lsrll' ", ..1,,, ''h.. ,,o''.'

inira you will' ea.lly fs.I. nmny I l r.llrol, i"'h. 1..1.",. I r"I
ple's Laundry. : : THAT ADVERTISEMENT 0 otoour II 11,111'' .
> ,,,' that yon I huve tin n.o for whlih : aWE LEGAl I'. 1"1.111 10".0
: l 1 1XIHOTIIV I l'III': r: 1. I .11",' ",II C,, ,II V" 0" :
.. I readily for S Ill ... m. byInnoolls. .. ,. ,.. '. ...
l".I. 7 I'IKVIIts: :
OF INTENTION TO SELL JI" 1. 1141. .' I"r. '"" it., mill : > :
? Dl lly p.rm niMit fiunlly .f I.- .. lilt'I. a. SOt I.. a HluintNewajHtaialf NOllCE "1... ""f. sIll'p I .f.WAlt" ,,,, ,
' : : LAND .f'.1 ,
Ii'd nd. If 1' \.o
> hou or ,iniurimint. IVH.ify DO NOT SELL FOR LESS. LEGAL ADVEKTISEMENT ) ". J.'" I"IrIuJon.
, : ..rly' rat. will ,I..".., Iliivr own Full II.UMUINU, KH'AIrH ... Vulliuthllumliinir : VI.ORIIIA. J.'NI". "ll. J. n. l'IOMO/RISY.( I'?. 21, .. 1.1

'II',.r..dI.'o: !) it: t',1 Mr ,, t.r''.'. jili Akron nvnne.f.lenhone 'HTIN rOlNT' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I"'k, l'I ,.,1 ('' 11 3 1.,1
lit the Alum, ,I Ni-,. Stilt If THAT: AItY a. DIED LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
)',.b. 1. Ii.Di ; :; i NIICE IS HFUMIY GIVEN' hot Senate Bill, No 163'IOTlr1 II".P',n""ol.l. .
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"WE n"rllni.. SIn of lOll, W..I I''m,' NOTICE OF IN EENTION TO
STICK I lloil.la.
PEOPLE. nf 1"0.1
Girls nrws.on 10, w.rk I In OFFERED111111111111111111I1111111111I111111 : I Ia". H iTmfliv (.1VFV 'Ihnl, ..irni, ), f... ', ,, NAME REGISER
'p on fbI "nk) 1,,".,. W. 'I.11. .no HcMUm, Aet.m, (of hm Iear l I 1711. : H, 11.SNoN: ,und,I IINSIKIIKr : ,11"0",.>. 84 :U. I"..). 7 "in.LEGAl rc TIIOUS

a. :. ,sorsory.eonlliIoa. ;' Umldn::: diainor S21in",. :, I l.a.': ofrliirldn i :NNAN. hI 1"10,,. of Too I. NOTICE M HrKEIIV f.IVFN

gal poe. I'ni.l. We Solicit Your Radio Repair Work Electrical Wir. by Ki'Cllon' A,.K II uf lOll Ihi folln'IllRlenrlbisl t.II..I.,. No, 1A4. I. .Ih,' Sixth ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE th* Ind.r'.n'd0., ."' I.h. l'. .. .Th.t
If. r"I. I
CI.P ITREAM ( MARTIN dny A. D mid h.. ftl.tl ...meI .. nf I"loa'lIo. Ail.of .
SSDI rillmanTBUSHE8 DoeS. c. '. 'Innd in County ,
;,n 1.1"". sol.'d cIt, Jim 1toll.on.. lrm I'h.., 2Dd. and) Appliance Repairs 5'I'II.o.olL, : I I In my ufflti. nnil I haxu ,,..1* HppllrHlion. OF APPLICATION FOR TA I 4I I. will ..,.1."I'h" th. Clerkof ,
a 1).nl.I. of Itl"I. I Inl Illoik I Ili-aa I Cnnnl f.n' n, tun deed) 0 to he ,l.iiitd IhereonHnld DEED Ih. Clrrnll, Louil,' In mul for Mnrllnounly

elaatlo atocklnn, knee pad, H/VI, So.".. s 'l'ruriS ) rerllflinta .n.lna.e., Ihi. roll,"'" (Sn.'. Bill No. 193)) (' rlurlda.I ', ..,!ll'I proof
,1)1 Old IUWIIMU'.. Will linyr I nkleta. ete. Stuart Drug Corp If ,1 I .oll.lnlnl. I W', I 'I'r.'t diirrlhed' In Ihe Counly,, of NnTlrt li HrriniY: GIVEN Thlt of publication; nl thin nN. ., ''hf ii till.
pound, Hi, Inn 'la Jim Cot ". TWO PHONES 117 295-J w..t .I p.rl. "". t..wt I : MiNAMAKA AND (ih;RALIIYNK .
of band ihellIDi WE REPAIR bottom. of ...b... ..... B. 1.k I I". .0n'.lnll"' I N "..... M..tlI. lt. .." DU' ""HIGH lo.wl:
Hluart I'lutnblnv and Metal Work.. 'I'S. ELICIt INI.(:r FARMS belim T..t I. III. ) 511. PT I.t'CIK MiNAMAKA. hi. wIts hold' !, WORTHAM
lI'rb., '. uf YSo.t l.ll' Chalna of 151.51 .'Alll bIn" Hlh""I.lo., or '1a C'OlfI'uo. No. I.u.d Ih. lONTHAC'<)lt
Hiil.illvl.l.in' 12
Phi Penoe. I'hone 100 t CHARLES: CHRISTOPHER a lot 21 All of I I. .. liJ 94 lo uf Yo ...t ,. ,,. uf I.ol' 21 I tr do. lr J'd., A. 30111. hve under vhli-h, w. will sac.., .bualniii.havlnr .
Woman fur kllrhrn m..d U Inr..Milor .llanion. biant. of Lota' 2J a 14 lo 13 Inr. Mi. ..n.. In my ol I '. anil hav our prlnrlpul pirn. bii.lnm.
10 wan,. II.,... Keiti EX.SERVICE OFFFRS T. H IK/11 R. 5: 40/41 U.n.on t.mnt, lown.hlpa" Kllieatlon, for t dead to ba laluidtairon. In Bin* 't. Martin tuunty' Florida That
l *. No. I, I IPI tf. A1K-GUN PAINTING ho uffer.,1 for 'ail at pulilk outcry South Itanitea 40/41/ I Soot: runlilinli.K sold rcrllflcala vmbracei the th* partlv lnt.rit,,l In Ritld butlne.a

Specializing In wooil steel amt Christopher Electric Co. for will Ih. and I.*.01 .'..5 bid. aol. 10 arnaTh allnwlni, ....,h... iropcrly I In the aru f. M Hiiibte., 1. L. Jliiibtr, V. V. j.1
; W woman no lb. ject to Ih hliiheat* nIght of tho Hoard I of (',... aaitt.amiinl of Ihi nll piopoityiin.ltr 'until. y of MorOn Ktala if lorida.. los Worthnm and K. F. Worthmn of Pain P
t thre. have po't.tIa.e en.. wicker lawn and, beach furni of Eowl.l"s, Uralnail !1)1!.. tho iilUnlea .orllfleo, I 1..1 I "N' ''n 0l Itilota City rloriiln 1 hut lb rr.r.o I .1),.
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11CC and Kn. ,,,' ..... Ihe Ih.I"m., .' or AsrI J. A/d".on. H an.l ) C. nivcnlili.I'ark per.mm Inlerealeil' In sold liimlnrl ,, ....
L J. '.. Jnd :, rtt:!, ,: ture. Stuart's thst Little Electric Store ConrthoUM Irlit., to rj.a.t.syIo beirlnnlnii 'I..1 10 hld 00' orlnik at < aald eel'llh..t. .h.1 I,. t. : 8/I I> of fr' : '.,f flov. Lot 6, :"lAK! M, HK.H ':

Phone i 1. II.ID FREE ESTIMATES A. M. on the hOUKHH day of MARIH, .1"'.II", '.< ," ,nu 'rsprt. Dcrtlon U 1. R.I. ( l1h 0fl7sT:5: WOlirhMI
Osceola, St. buxnont fur. d. 4 ntlamNtlon dt.eiil>*d therein' b. anld to the amsoan,..mrnt nr."rtl I.tl.: : '
aaalo.an wi
O.rnI lOsulIog. Rd.lff.r ERNESt DEUTSCII lUIA ,, th rvrlIficutp I.... V. V. WOltrHAM'
anil road l b. r- hlnheit bidder at I court houae dooion n.l.T .1. I. .J
00 StoleS. u __1' purpii.i wi I )M. It IT. i. 81, A ll Sell
1. lox 1227 Stuart mvia. Fifty p io'lll (&% ) 111 ell. J Hi ..7 Monday, th* month uf Ih nson,00' C SLICE MAYO, t.J"

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TilE STUART' NEWS. MARTIN COUNTY. fLORIDA, 1JJt'R1\Dn. --- :-:;;;out ;; ''I i lute( starring' Vli |
MGE EIGHT T ... Cook, Collette -
then )pc.
for Don.lld
I Mi did! :Min \\UliHinHcllmoi I :HIT the A1I1Ii! Orf' PlI1ky Lee told LYR
I I f. or OFS!; lOTTIE MOON CIRCLe* I arrived la.t week from Detroitto Therefore, citizens of Stuart. olheis Fcattu'e t 2 IS the new'
Two -
0CANEWS of f.f' STUARTI Mist E. J Knowles at lake I'onwdy hit, It
| to
the is for you surprise
At the regular meeting of( The Lottie Moon Clrclr of the need today season's ,
point. Freddie '
gewalls for with
a -- Unity Chapter Thursday evenIng W.M.S. of the First 'Baptist I, River ?_ an Interest in your consideration schools I scramble of wedlock and Janws I THEAl)ril

THK nRO"'SIIS11'" : : I CK Boyd. Valerie Ruins Betsy Mrs, Grace Steclman was Church met at the home of Mrs, Hitold Oregolie accompanied you to take into about Bartholomew t Went Wild".

JFIUUAY Barr. ?Nary Lots Campbell,, Joyce made grand representative ot( I W, C Lummls Tuesday afternoon by ht's. Henrietta Scott and all points of any school argument board the II Lyons In "Thl' Town Feb I. PROGRAMTHIS ndate ,
f' Ctews Pat Cousins, Sandra Edith Scott of the school, the Friday and Satunlay. )
The Brownies nut at I 3 30 Friday Hancock the Province of Alberta, CanAda. Jan. 15, for their monthly j daughter, Miss of 01, any part oJ the I double fealuie In-
Davey and Doiothy recent guests teachers Another Wt
were 2:
Ith their leader. Mm M J She was escorted to the East program and social )Reeling, Chicago, S. Oregolre before school Something to rong tour "rwice' Blessed' with
Mrs L. chiding
f Mont son, of Call I oi'nia Avenue :MilM:' > ;MRS CIIrri7KDISNl.lt .\ by Mrs. Ruth Stevenson, and I MI'S O C, dews brought the Mr and returning home. They also school, something that Is. the Wilde 1 wins, Preston Foster -5"
went to Odd Fellow Park, :' HOSTS to mdividual It.sdoublt'tl'oubll'
They Mis Maud Warren' ofero the \ In embarrassment 1 Oail PatrIck
scuptuie lesson taken from three days In Nassau causing and FRIDAYSATtFEBRUARY I
; *hlch li equippedlth s-< >avfclldoi :". Mr. und Mrl. Arthur Chap- Beach, who Is grand spent as well as to the town double fun ;I
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and sings\ for the :illri- pi'Ika I'ntI'tah1l'd at dinner Ftl- tlve of Mississippi, 'rePI'esentR-1' 6th chapter of Epheslann theme the Bahamas. in (general, Now Is the time to i double love and (double\ ( live ITRAIREAC
J noon and had reiushimnts :it day night at their home on St. commission for The Christian Armoi Others ? \\iangill end Interested so as to get our Renaldo In "us-
C. Von .
Mrs F. Ht ALSO Dtincon HY PoUS
;. the Stuart DI'uj.Co\ Pusint Inch( Crescent{ the Rev Father Ramey), Worthy Oiand Matron taking part on the program were' Mm Theodore Merckens of Buffalo school on a good footing. IJ KId" In Old New' Mexico in Large Double I'{ YI

NA1CyandI. ttyMuriinini> i :\11111- Edmund(I i A Heai i) of Cleveland of Flollda. Mrs, Warren also I Mix P L. Steelman, Mrs Alice weer guests several du the blame is on the board see co this romantic rogue of the Future NAN

I presented' Mis Steclman with a Benlol Mis R !.. Calnhmi, Mis.. last week of Mrs Edward Swnnn the board If the blame lies with which ranchos lllUs with death h 'in'blonde ,II The I F
; small white muff made of \'elet Arnold Bauer, Mis A I, Max- their to Palm Bench the teachers speak to the teach- I M.G-M .'
I on way aytomdmini
Complete TEXACO Service \' and net on which was pinned son Mrs. R F. Longbottom., At -- cis If the blame lies with the Hb\ :S4"Conflict" )

I an orchid Hating It was very the close of the program, namesof Mi, and Mrs, Isaiah D Barclay students, don't spare the rod. Bund iv-Monday of( t the<' t 1brsl) ] ountl''
I Is one
cold In Canada and that i she each secret Pollyanna wa.dlsclos'd of Cranbury N. J., ore expected Who are we to blame for the tl'atnor'sensation Fiiie1 ted
WASHING 1UKRICATION I would need It and names for the following next( Wednesday to vllst conditions that exist In ourschool I plctuiesoftheweek( Humphnv Bo I urrentMarti

\ GASOLINE MOTOR OIL I Mrs. Emma Blunders Orand month drawn Other ; Mr. and MM M R. Malheson today These conditionshave with June( tilted Dies y
this district members pl''sent'ere Mrs R. We garl-8ome
l Instructor of presented of Port Sewall. I existed for many years. !
Cms Called For and Delivered her with a sheaf of( wheat. B McCullough, Mrs, J. }I. Clark -- --- are a poorly rated school to date It the th.lit story of the M( ulucsdioWedncsdn I rated t t"ty
astors and vllstor, Mrs. Maly Port- I Feb >-B
A beautiful bouquet of one MORRIS WALTON will be unlessmore ( ,
always tax
and we !
I M. H. LACKEYAt I wa presented! by the \\orthyj I II ei. I JOINS rATHER IN Interest Is lakcniTiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii The I'ealloutstandll1l\ : "hoy" OI1 i I ttmrrDUNCAN: ," aced! I r,

I Matron, Lena timer Lillian OIL BUSINESS IIERE -_- this works program 'IS H"Ulghn care of
Wiley: Motor Co, Phone 291 Hansen sang a solo, "The Lady St'NRISE: : INN AltRIVAI.SRecent ; I '.'s and the Bdlbov: with\ .. 'nl'l RENALM: (,lequtprSEenera,

In White" rivals at Sunrise InnInclude JACKSONVILLE: Morris L, : lardy Lamar. Robeil \\' lkd( 1"
The chapter will hold a btnt-o : Walton 21.1 torpcdoman third Jensen Beach June Allj'nn .. Vas 20
:* -- party Friday evening!. Fcb 1 at Months: Stay: Mis J, A. Pit- : class. of Slu u t t. veteran of 26 By >'nLKKi.iiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiumi Thursday only, reb j. buiiMmothei mgi made Ul:

the EpIscopal parish house. kin and Miss Frances Hukcll; I months of submarine duty in iiiiinii bit doable feature( "I -,,01t ..addlticfurthei
Avoid Cold] WeatherWe Tickets, S5 tents Refreshment! Kalamagoo, Mich Mr, mid Mrs the Pacific received his dls- <" } + and 'ou'll '\
I' Leudci \
1 Love A Band .:;;" ,;
This Is to F Rlecker Great Neck N. Y. consisting of the .
sold Naval
I will be open chaiee nt the Jacksonville A part love this mu-Ica. << ) that his everything "ie Stat
have a few circulating Hot Air Oil Healer j the public Short Slay: Mr and! MJS T I Personnel/ Separation I Center Bcuchler brothels. Paul El'ettand \ I from A to Z. Also the -to 28'
S. Cobb, BcrnardsvilU, N. J ; Maynaid Smith :
t here Jan 23. Harold
: Kids in Mi MUBBSRides !\ ,1, Per
i and Portable Electric Heater in stock See u* at once MB ,\M MBS, ;MINMM.Hl.JK ; : ( : Mr. and Mrs Richard D. Bokum, and C. Grashuls were deep set East Side Again. 1 Itislrr\( i funnlp( I CARTOCGRUSOME ''h, pay
,I 'j I lAltRTtlN: : Chicago After pirllmlnuiy training ut fishing on the Dude and ill ( listed
and avoid di,appointment)!, in a i turf (IrlImI i I packed I
the Dalnbrldte Naval Trainingschool thllnl'wl'(
I Mr. and Mm John U. Menntngrr ;Mrs\ Bokum Is here *n spctl.il hooked sail fish The Bemhlci! : the 19,
entertained Friday nikht; assignment for, the Chicago ht was unsigned to duly brothers brought theirs In and(\ : with thl'lll-i 1 .\wd i I 1,1l1gh I II ie Staon'lli

I j Humphries Tire & Appliance Co. with supper at their home on Tribune, She writes\ under( the tin t tin submarine Bashaw. report a fine day plenty of sash I I II SERIAlCHAPTER _
I Lark Boulevard, Si Lutle name of Innnv Butcher, I which operated all through the The following r'g18tl'l'l'thl(\ o 1175

II Phone 139 Ft, Pierce, Fla. Estates Quests Included Mr. Pacific from Austialli to the week: Mr. and Mrs,, W W Me I r Country Ham I "i than
and Mrs Mcriltt Paulson and The Rev, Phil Maxwell, coast of China and Is edited Cune and Mr. and Mis J D runty
I her mother Mrs. Carl Oallauer, and Mrs, Arnold Bauer and Mr'l with many tons of Japanese Doden of Akron, Ohio, Mi Ot I .n 1 "BLSARRO, / vain I !

Jr., of Milwaukee Mi. and Mrs, Ed Burgess who attended shipping destroyed Kittnci and his father iron I THE LIGHTHOUSE Legardf

i Dumond Mcrwin. Miss Annett Stale Convention In (' Walton wears the submarine Shivley, K>'.; Mi and Mm John I agr'

Enjoy The Finest Kay MI.s. Jack Divis and Arthur stile. returned .Friday combat 1 pin und four ribbons Norton, Syracuse. Ind Mi and! g f 9NfsYrA..aR. """ ,,ty of
Phillips the Aslullc-Paclflc with two battle !Mis O B Parkinson HU mil I- ;rs to
I ----- Mi. and Mrs. E. O Waititonei stars, Philippine Liberation N. Y.: E James and part t Mot e Boaelse

and! Mr and! Mrs Henry Spcchtof ) with oiu star. American Theater rose, Mich.: Mr and Mrs C) :?M : U. AWARE ? '

FOODSCOCKTAILSAI SEAFOODCOMBINATION Newton Ill,, who ar touring and Mctoiyllr Chappel and (daughUi r.liIf"l'liConn. i I stplls.als IiI" J
'lol'lIla In their automobiles and .; Mr und! 1.11'8. A Will.t'rcemont \Marth
st I trailers, spent several days as 1'url1l'rI( '( to time home of 0.: Mr. and Airs .1 t tG I SUNDAY(-1\nlmou
the guests of Mi, und Mrs L. S hlspiiciil-. and Mis Wai- .. A ceLT It 3 BOPI i /rrw 1'HlSAME.l.I."I vld all
THE LIGHTHOUSE El win, Titusvillc 0.1. HoiMand ', FEBRUARI
"' I \: Uii1") A U WILL
THE I Giegolic, lei U Helm in Stuart where he I W Miller of Moscow'. la Mi AV-WAVo';> :'lAvE.I I \e: the"ckled
k, l .. Is I"M'III i ihd in business. with his W. Hall Durham,,
---- --- -- -- I and Mi* R. I I ...--
Miss \Mnifrec1 Root AlI s. Mary | slppiiihu( operator of the Gulf! -. I Oti legal.1lnd
N. C.: Col. and Mis C. 01'1-I Iflth
: Now Ready to do Your Oard and Mr. and Mrs. Robes Oil 'tatll i on t the( uld Dixie :Mi YOU'I gtlSr' I t tBere
I Blue GooseSpecializing HAULINGLong R. Root of Pcnn 1 and children Tampa ) :=J
\I hlnln! a u till i Album i\ennc and Mis Chas. Slunecko Sum / 1l. ( Isitlon
arrived Sunday to spend the late -- ---- -
b 1
: or Short lotte. N. C.: Mr. and IIrs,111-
\ ,i See Me for all Type of season; at the Stuart Hotel. mit 111; Mr and Mrs. Carry' THERFiflon
-e- { :
TRANSFER SERVICENo Cullnson, Newark 0.:: Ml and;' \m .a / li
Mrs, Daniel Deckel of Indianapolis -
I in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious job too large or too Is the house guest of :Mi' I STUARTand I Mrs L. A. Kerr. Akron. O. :Mi l. : nclesid! D..med ,.
smallCharles und Mrs. E E. Huston (,11,11')
.c I Westi' Steak, and Mrs. George W. Zingler. What it Needs it It i
rn lotto N. C.. Mi and Mis \.! .- ': -

I Jackson Mr. and -e-Ms.: Leon Flcchu: Bv IUS'IJ:111: :' : STIMMLLL;\ : koulch and Mi and Mi:. 13 I'.. ." I thaI
;: j/ I Jefferson Ave Golden and Mr. and Mrs Balsam Brumonl MeadMlli PI \1!: 1i :I qt I I(mild b
Aldo i
\ Bar Package Store Grill Gate Can be reached by and Mrs K J Pueiueii SlIpl i ilor r- ,..). : \ U :j requTpartm
are arriving this week to be the :; 'WZ'JO .
\ I PHONE 44-M OL 1? SCHOOL School housesiir VUsLYRIC
house guests of Mr and ?Irs E. Tl coop
j t tin republican\ lie ol fortllicatiui -
.. I
A W Dutton of Poll St'wall. : I I I Ljlatioti
I and/ III i these foitilica- ,, "II' \\ : Ifoers'
lions the ('rtuca! ion does not begin L PROGRAMFOR ii ,
Mis ,
W L. Williams of Akron "" to"I' f Jr BoiTRAVELS
with the ilph ibet. but with. ,
Avenue was the weekend guest M.. sera a
If her niece, Mr... B H Yelver- a mothei look a lather nod In i--
I; i -1 Ion. and Mr. Telverton of West ,I ol t approbation 01 a reproof for THIS WEEK/ ,I I

Palm Beach I that which Is v\ione;: It begins I

-. I I with thoughts of na me, the : \
PAINT STORE The Rev. Hcnrj BatkbuinDD I shady lane the flowers In Tonight IIDII, th! I Itrc ,,11'' 11.'

District Superintendent of bloom the birds that come within will i pit'sent t I" 0 I JIL I i Iran" u i ifoi RIIj" : : :: S.EC"
a-IP-:' Miami area left today after !I our sight the thoughts that the price of f one Blonde' ---'

Where spending five days as the guestof aie directed In sweet and kindly Ransom has a calchx( )plot Hi : CARTOC"TEE ]
Rev',. and Mrs. \MlIicd G nature The acts of benevolence \which she hid out (for iun uiu! \

g l t I Aldridge at the parsonige. the deeds of virtue and to I -I FOR'FOX

I Mi. and Mrs. Emerson Beards- Himself ISD

Fishing lIcE'' of Detroit have arrived to ANNOUNCINGFIRST
The best .dilution( is d L cl-

V You don't have to paint :: *pend In the one balance of the of High tic Point season I I )Inc at home and a home IN i : J

I i what the pucnts\ make It. His CLASS SERVICEAt
houses on Sl'wall's Point. FEBRUAR,
often BeginsRicou' I the parents who are to be the I
so -a-
I tulles of their children and this
Mi und Mis Julian Bolts of I
education begins on the moth
when I Miami were weekend tuekU of "' ROBERT W/
r you uses ei s knee and every word every ,

>><< Leach and at Mrs their Wllafoid villa "uckahoe Ransom,. ; action piesence spoken of the or child done tends In the tovoids I St. Lucie GrillOur JUNE ALL''

on the Indian River inM.GM
__ the formation of chaarc- II i
.. I tei: The parents should bear
i* recognized this In mind. Staff Is Now CompleteTo

Marlin County Headquarters HOMESAND Assure Our Customers of !
for I The! great strict in education/ I rugEAnd
Fishing I| i b found in icspcitlna the pupil

s Tackle and all Forms of An j'one who has found a way to GOOD SERVICESea I '
Qa IT HOME SITES keep! a child spirit easy active the Be:

GL4G S 0 SED MARINE HARDWAREand and flee. yet at the same time Food, Steak end Chop Dinners -- -- --
h MARINE SUPPLIES Income Properties II MANY THINGS THEY HAVE A ((20 Hour of Service)
.de\, \!' <"et' WA DapW tiKl MIND TO DO HAS FOUND THE
t fit y.' "ocj 10"" w ..1\0.' ;\\u"" >><< WELL AS THE FOUNDATION D. Cotton, Prop Old Dixie) ;, Highway

1 1 "ter Ighuna\ b....' '''0' PEGRAM REALTYCO. FOR A SCHOOL SYSTEM. For
f 0"0' nq FI
I "0th education Is the apprenticeship TWO LARGE
.rtbsre'r. t'
SATON E 1 Here, whern Fishermen of life and a human being In any ---- ------ Feature N,
gpS ,. \ roper' sense Is not a human beIIIR .
rdtG' ', gather, is the spot to gt t -
'. ,nnnq,, till he Is educated The I TOMMY'S The Slickest M
",. II0'\ po f' ,. ",.t"" I first hand FISHING IN. REAL VALUESIN treat !end of education Is to ,

}I.; 0' "" t b:dtp0m, cjl" '11'oo'I'O \- FORMATIONIf DISCI PLIVE rather than to fur WELCOMES YOU Many A S.

t\ .00"' I dish. Uir mind, to tialn the childto
1 roots r 0'' 9 use Its own\ powers rather

\ the ,oil, P 0"\\ ,010"" dym.nqn >><< PHONE 298 I I than fill it with the accumula e LIAR"ROCHEST
molar"", lions of others It is better for

I \I, ..+. \'" '' KRUEGER BLDG. I any child to be able to think for LINE
055b'k you're wondering where himself than to rely upon the 1 1r OF In

e they are biting and what 'thoughts of others who oftenNICK'S

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a OPEN 11:30 a. m. to 1(30( p, m. i s DRAUGHT

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r rida Realtor Association be in-c-'ssary! again for any I Constitutional Amendment mentioned such triton when had, ad val-1 breach the good faith, under- affairs or their local needs or vised, could just as readily have

: county or taxing ant concernedIn above, as well the experience orem tax liens and charges standing and accord arrived at future requirements in and for been entirely omitted for all

A said operations tr levy any of the Interested counties against the properties of the in the sponsoring, passage and the public welfare, to precipitate (Continued/ on Page 10))
ad valorem tax to as ;.6t In payment I
Mmdemns Strikers at Home or "ftliement of said bonded tax units and their pro taxpayers and inhabitants of I ratification of said Amendment upon said counties and their

Indebtedness and perty owners and InhabitantsIn the counties thus effected fora The effect of such action is sud- property owners and taxpayers BROILED AND FRIED

Nate Adminstration Board WHEREAS, it was so understood operating under said Amend- purpose no longer contemplated denly, without warning and und unanticipated, inconsiderate -
and agreed, and the Ad- ment with the aid and assist- ; and without consultation by the State exceedingly onerous and excessively CHICKENTHE

n1 11 i Initiation sponsored ami assisted ance of the State Board of Administration WHEREAS, the action so Inl- Board with any of the representatives burdensome ad valorem

ITRARY ACTION BY STATE BOARD TERMED In procuring the niissaselrroth there was every Datert by said State Board, (al- 01 officials of said I tax that, as far as the people LIGHTHOUSE
BREACH OF PUBLIC FAITH" IT IS MAIN REASON the Legislature at its! reason to believe that, upon ces- thotiih,: protested by some of said Counties concerning their fiscal trmeially of the State are ad-
sation of hostilities, the same counties, if not all of them,
, HY MARTIN COUNTY TAXES SKYROCKETED 1941 session of a Constitutional upon ..
'US YEAR. Amendment embodying said understanding would be observed the facts hereinabove recited
for the In good faith and the same and upon other substantial and
No program and providing
The Florida Association-of Realtors, meeting recently execution thereof to effect If said policy continued restrictions I reasonable grounds that should West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN

aytona Beach, protested the notion of the State Hoard Amendment were ratified by the being rapidly removed by the sufflu to rescind or modify such I I I

I dministration in arbitrarily hiking taxes in seven Flor- electorate of Florida; and Government and conditions action>, still continues in force IN WEST PALM BEACH
heading up to a normal status; and! iiftct and has been confirm -
I Martin-on the claim that
I ountle8-lnc1Udin wari I WHEREAS, the resident pro- 'I'
il by said State Board since
i | feted gasoline use did not provide sufficient tax to pay perty owners, taxpayers, people andWHEREAS
I 11 urrent bond debts for each and citizens of the State, com- It now appears, V-J DAY;
t y, viding such additional revenue Dr'slng! its electorate, with the contrary to all of the foregoing NOW THEREFORE, EE IT RE- DELK -.n MOOCE TO SEE MORE" HAWTHORNE

.. Martin county' case, this out of the three-cent allotmentof inducements above mentioned recited facts, that the State SOLVED BY THIS .ASSOCIATION JEWELRY SHOP r ROOFING CO.

Dinted to a 5-mil) addition. gas tax then provided by law and upon the representations Board of Administration on V-J IN SESSION DULY ASSEMBLED WATCH REPAIRING
taxes had already been und that for yearn had been and and aforesaid DAY. 1945 directed several counties : ROOFING-SHEET METAL
vtjr, understanding OF THE BETTER KIND
ased: here by 2'a mills to then was being made available duly latlfled said Amendmentso of the State (Including FIRST: That the action of said OPTICIANS Ol'TOMETRI8TS HEATINCVENTILATINGWATERPROOFINO
t lr the several counties PIne lias, Hernando Orange, Mar date hoard said 335'z CLEMATIS
04care of necessary road work ) .of the that the same became operative in directing( CLEMATIS' and OLIVE
-equipment, school increases State through the State Board self-executing and! effective tin, Hardee, Sarasota and Char- ad valorem tax levies for the
T"general' advertisIng. In 1943 ot Administration! for use ex- on and after January' 1, lotte i to levy mlllages in various fiscalcnr( 1943-1848 appeals to
\ was 206 mills Commission- clusively in retiring the road J143; andWHEREAS amounts In their respective 1945- be in plain violation of the un- The Spaghetti Bowl BOB'SSAFE

ftfi&de up a budget calling for and bridge bonded Indebtednessof 1046 fiscal years budgets to apply dp)'standing, purpose, spirit and
It that the IJO\: LIOLA MinigerI'honc
...addition of 3.45 mills, but said counties and the special appears < on said bonded indebtedness, interest of said Constitutional (521 & LOCK WORKS
further mandatory additione road and bridge districts! located policy purpose, spirit and Intent thus creating through the action Amendment! ; and likewise appeals STEAKSCHOPSCHICKENSEAFOOD
of said Amendment 202 First St. -:- Phone 7890
--., State's 8 mills hiked the therein andWHEREAS were of the Boards of County to be unreasonable, arbi-

-to 28,51)mills, an increase the State Road Department substantially\ purchased under Commissioners of said counties, trary and unjust. The effect of 81 ib s 1 Dlxi", Hwy., Welt Film Bexh We repair Anything
', with the aid of the legislative grant of authority or threatening to create through such action is calculated to
'0,1, per cent Homesteads.h during the year 1942, pendingthe AllT __ ___ __ __ ---.. _._
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the 1944 roll, with addition surveys and prepared and submitted -
ot levying any ad valorem tax
19 State Board of Admtnls- elaborate calculations and
for debt service that
year, and
',L on' 5 mills, they have zoom- much data from which it was likewise
were to fulfill-
mills, mace to appear that the financial -
.0 1179 an Increase of Pient of faith and salutary effect .l.lb
N position of the counties
90 per cent under the
itself dur-
would not "
be Jeopardized but in :
t /funty authorities protested fact would be benefitted, it ing the years 1943 and 1944- .
11 I 1 valnl) With dictatorial lack theywould during all of which time this
; relinquish to sakI State
Vegard for the terms of Its Nation was at War with the
Department one cent of
'V agreement and for the Axis Powers, and gas consumption -
said three-cent tax allot-
\ %ty of Martin county taxI inert, on the understanding gas and due to rationing and other Florida isEssentially
to meet the load, thee
,prs unavoidable: restrl':tions and
condition, however
) that the
re- i
/ Board said In effect "levy handicaps, was at Its lowest con-
'uialnirg two cents thereof would
else we force to In the '
you ceivable ebb; and
oe definitely pledged to the use "s
''III'tsl"! At one time members ol the counties for :a period of: WHEREAS, in the light of the :pos sra a j

o\Martin county board were fifty years, in such manner that' history of the legislation and s
nlmous In stating that they ------- } an r
any surpluses available to the
(jld'l all resign rather thane
sticngei counties from time to
_ the levy, but they finally time would be Interchangeably NIGHT
ckled down under pressure,
used, in the nature of revolv-
,Oil legal advice that they were a ,
. ing und I to assist the weaker E ,
Hind the eight ball'Here Agricultural
('ountltIn financing 'naturingabllgalinns COUGHS l ,
Is the realtor groups re-
during said period, s
itlon In fullrHERKASrthe: I and thus-through the use of: due to colds
State Adminls- ore eased, sticky phlegm loosened
said MI plus funds in ten: i man- Irritated :
llon In office In 1941 and Its upper breathing passages are ,-
. net mfitloned, and t uoiijh; the toothed and relieved,by rubbing Vicks state t t : : :
ncles, Including the Stateid ;issuance' of gas tax anticipation : Rub on throat, chest and back .
Department of Florida, rciU'lcntes! and routine refunding bedtime, Blessed, relief. o.* VapoRub ,
med it necessary and essen- PENETRATES to bronchial r
peratlons, when: advisable upper F
l. that additional revenues and I tube with luspcclal medicinal vapors +rmers on
expedient would moo'
never Ciemeiis
I jfuld be provided to finance ___h __ __ '. STIMULATES chest and back.urI Sfreel o fPPosife
Ii requirements of said Road I faces like a warming poultice. gnhon
Often ty morning of the 0'a in
r most misery 191?
partment and solicited the aid SPECKLED
I of the cold Is gonet Remember-
'' 1 cooperation of the State As- ONLY VAPORUB Gives You P
SEA TROUT this .pe
Jtto >-.of*. County Commlsjwerif dal double action. 1 Its time-tested ,

the several Counties, home-proved, the best-known home Too people thin> of Monaa tourists' whereas Florida is
" remedy for nliev- many onry as a mecca essentially
!!lr Boards! of County Commls- I THE LIGHTHOUSE *+
* Ing miseries of v C K S
ers and their counsel in r
children' cotds.
A P o R u a
..' an agricultural State. It's true that the tourist trade developed first but
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''l r the rapid growth of Florida agriculture reads almost like a fairy tale. The snapshot

; above, taken in 1912, pictures a dally occurrence at that time. Farmers from all parts

LET THE BANK of the country, hearing of the amazing crops raised in Florida, came here to be taken .

I out to the farming l lands by members of the Chicago real estate firm which had

BE YOUR BOOKKEEPER bought farming land to resell in packages.The .

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first; farmers, despite some difficulties, progressed rapidly enough to furnish the

A i" .

,I', nation a million and a half dollars worth of badly needed produce in the war year of !

17. At that time 3000 acres were in cultivation in the vicinity of Lake Okeechobee

f (Now there are 130,000, acres under cultivation.)


i Do jou find it difficult to keep your household accounts

in order? Why not solve that problem by startinga The farmers in 17 had no mail service for as long as ten days at a time no telephone k

Personal Account with the Citizens Dank of Stuart ?
r. nor telegraph service, and only the poorest educational facilities. They experi

Running a household is: just as important and almost enced almost unsurmountable difficulties at first in shipping their produce and many P,

as complicated as running a business. When you pay by

check, as business men do, your check book keeps a com- must have given uo in despair. The work on drainage and water control which helped .

plete record of expenditures: Each check is a receipt. Therecan to bring about Florida's transformation is the work of the last two decades.In f

be no question( about the bill being paid

This service is economical as well as satisfactory, Ask

Hi about details.CITIZENS 1944 Palm Beach County growers contributed to the nation's war effort the greatest

tonnage of foodstuffs ever raised in the area and received the coveted Agricultural"A"

flag for their efforts. Anthony's was as proud of that "A" as the growers were

We are with the farmers heart and soul with them we rejoice in the productivesoil

wI of Florida with them we take our hats off to the past, coats off to the future. !



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PAGE TEV THE STl'ANT'LWS.! MARTIN: COUNTY: FLORIDA, TIltRSim. J.t''VtRY 31, 1918 I Howard Skeen and dauah-I her parents. MI -,,-,,", ;.--

and how to detectit Mrs. Morse, Saturda 1
of food ofJupiWr.
I than : WITH MARINELAND Jlmmlo DeLoach motored to Mr. and Mrs Berry Malltfeet age proper'' ter. Sandra -- --- --- ----- ;0
cumstancM, llttl leu a also how to choose -
Fla. Realty Assn. faith. West Palm Beach Sunday-, I of Rhlnebeck, N. Y.. spent Sunday were !
of Present
public utensil
] E kitchen /'
: with Mr. and Mrs !Roy I .
Continued SECOND That this Association Mr. and Mrs A, J DeLoach Mrs. Fred WONDEI
, ( from! Page 9" } : : Decker of Salerno Shore. Mrs. George Cteborne, NO

I I here and now toes on record -I called on Mr and Mrs Hiram I Mr and Mrs. D. L. Silvas from Pedersen, Mrs C. C. Jacobs Mrs I. and

, time or, for the present. certainly as favoring the Institutionand Morris of Stuart Sunday I trenton, N. J. arrived Sunday to S. D Bever, Mrs. W. D. Slanted '/havetovf i

forborne This Association I vigorous prosecution by said Mrs. Douglas Shelton, Mrs. visit Mrs Mitchell.Mr. and Miss Inscoe All the new it's good it.
tfttrefore, Is constrained to vigorously Albert Brown Mrs Emory De- and Mr invited I
Counties of such suit or action I J. Paul Colcoran winter visitors& here are ionic'HON
protest the action so Loach and Mrs. Bill Pendarvls RhlnebeckN meetings .
Dennis of the regular I
Thomas all
.''f taken by said State Board of a* they may deem necewary or I!' c. entertained with a household Y. were the house guests of to attend every second and foUl 111 \

'. I Administration and would respectfully advisable In the circumstances shower at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Roy E Decker of Mondays of each month at 2 30 EHRET'S BEER

I I, request the submission I with the view of defeating the Shelton, Tuesday Jan. 22 honoring Salerno Shores

to the people of Florida of pursuit of any such policy as: t I' Mr. and Mrs. John W.Curtis c I Mrs Mitchell who has been p.m.Mr.. and Mrs W M. Marr spent

I a showing of unqualified necessity -' now' being dictated by the State :- after the house in vhlch visiting her daughter in Miami In Hobe Sound with I HI.we.
'Jr Sunday FOR
and plain and convincing I Board In this matter and putt- they were Ihlng had burned. I returned home Saturday. Jim Marr and family>,. FAMOUS '
\ then son.
1 proof of tact relied \upon by the i nig the people of the State o Those present were Mrs. J. A. children glad to Thomasvllle' N, .
The are very of
V. Oolden FLAVOR
State BO"lcI t to i :''u tidy what, | the basis they understood I tl):' ., Stockley Mrs. Ted Metzger Mrs.Bert have Mrs H. A. Kindred .principal E., arrived Saturday to visitl FINE .
would seen u be( iclcrthenr- Ga. '
said Amendment when they % Sword, Mrs. Atlee Baldwin -
| school after two 1866
In Morse
back his daughter! Mrs J. C. SINCE Gene)
I led their approval of It Mrs. Chet Honian. Mrs due to the Illnessof I ,
weeks absence
I THIRD If said uncler<.u:.c- Harvey Shelton Mrs. J. B. Shel- and family a
I her mother His Hick Doris and Wilma
and accord should fail to \bt' Mrs. A. L. Brown Mrs. :MaiMorris% I
\ |lIng r I's ton O Mr and Mrs. Eddie Smith left of rndlantown spent, "
the Courts for in Smmoin
REALESTATE usfUned by : H. Johnson and Mrs T. H Stan- In
I home
last week for their with Miss Mildred
Ira U'l' whatsoever, ''or If the 111I William F. Uolleston. re- aer Refreshments were served Huntington N. Y. after two last week ENJOY A I P
ter'ted Counties of the Sutespiriting
and and
many lovely useful '
I : here with Mrs. Smithsparents c cEHRET'S
under said I II Amend ientlreappointrd( ( general OF
received BOTTLE
t t things were Mr and Mrs C. CJacobi Unwanted Hair
I meat t deem I it advisable under manager of Marine Studio at Mrs. Martha Whittle is announcing -
;the clicumstances, u have now I St. .\uguMine. who Mill supervise the engagement of her I The Home Demonstration club Permanent, Painlessly and BEERTODAY EdKE
developed, to proceed throughthe daughter. Cora Belle to William '
the renovation restocking Miss Scientifically txiRIIh
for relief before met at the church Monday.
t H Wilkes of Miami The redding I
of the huge ocean. Iiiscoe led In a roundtable discussion REMOVEDfrom
decision! in the Courts has
any will take I
place in the
I II near
) txei reached'. this Association I I aquarium attractionCARRIEL a major, Florida future. The couple will live in I of the causes of _spoil- I lace Lee, Cliest t, etc DISTRIBUTOR 9
tourist t
1 L ere and I now goes on record as MiamI. I
:avoiing the passage submission Mr. and Mrs Wallace I\) a Registered( EiectrologlstPhone ROBERT KNOBEL-Wtolesale Beer & Wine
Investments Earle BALTIMORE I JLETCHEK un
and:. ratification of such addl- : <
and son, Timmy, left Monda 2049 N, Miami Ave., Miami, Fla. I
1 t: nil endment to the Con CRAB CAKESTHE 338'!
for Washington, D. C.. after a Telephone 2.5824
'l.utlll1 t : as will suffice to give<
I Sales and Listings Throughout Fifth of United month's stay here with Mr \W. Palm Beach, Fla.
t to the Counties. their taxpayers> anniversary BAR
Martin County. 7. Earle's parents Mr. and Mrs LIGHTHOUSE Free Consultation SERVED AT MARINE ROOM
p:poitj owners and inhabit- China Relief on February
W H. Earle. I
aito i the full fruits I of the undemanding 1949 will have seen a grand total :

.f i W. B. TILTON ; l and accord they) 1 I of f40.655.711 contributed by the

II coenK; arrived at in good faith American people to support a
vith the State, I IU Administration wide of essential humanItarian -
Kreuger Building variety
I II! ;, and Road Department In services In China since To Come and Enjoy The
161 1941 and approved at the pollsin I' 1941, It is announced by Dr.
Home Phone 158.M I 1942 To this end it is suggested Charles A Carrlel local chair-

I I' that so much of the gu man of the relief organization
lax as may be necessary to accomplish Expenses of collection and administration

this end and that 1sLow I have been strikingly -

being paid to the State ort reduced from a high of First Celebration.OF
p. t x, *the.thdiawn State Road and reapproprlat-Department!!' 17.02 percent in 1941 the organ

isation year to a low of 3.41
O I n CI during; the life of said Am-
percent In 1945, Dr Carrlel
dment to the uses,
dt pointed out. Each of the five
: intent thereof. --
I years has seen an Increase In
!t \ :N:('l h'" } no, H\.S\ }, receipts and a reduction of expense
of this
resolution be
tte te + i'' +? )\\' ERS c U1lf -I J ..:C 'Itt I atlo..
\ :, I 'ant to the Florida newspapers.
') '' ,. The usefulness of this work
J a' ,:I I .t. }.I r W.C:: cis )I
,e ', American in which all Americans can
f.'. R.t. Repo.lb.l' s'It Machlnest, Mc
"1 "$ t S Lu.,."r. START 1-:: N Graw-Hill! trade magazine estimates take pride Is demonstrated not
} that the nation alone In terms of lives saved
| eso-
J W. CHnl-EYS.:: Two Important .- and suffering alleviated on a
I rA nuinic I loss as a direct result of
s Que s \1onj < i ,, '
strikes by the end of thisear, vast scale but In the almost universal @
Have Your Chlmne- e : will total popularity America now ,
over one billion dollar N
j Been Checked and enjoys in China." Dr. Carrlel 'r ", ". .
d Cleaned! Lately I I' o aid 1) UsesA

}) 1 here PLENTY ...I f s .V r lace

I I $ Fire Insurance 0:. ea iiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiminiiiiitiiiiiiinimSALERNO J. .
!} a Your Home. IF FIRE eivir
1 NIGHT Rate are nw
w Changng(,: ASK US LIGHTHOUSE MRS, O D QIICLEVimii'iiiiiiiMiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiii LI
t ED MAPP ; --- ------ Winnlfred! Pedersen of Stuart LI

I Cot spent last week end at home
''I j very Klnd of R USE with her parents. Mr and Mrs, 'OR'TONIGHT
Insurance N Fred Pedersen.

\, ) I Phone 19 P.O. treacle :Mrs% Sallie Willis and con J.
PREPARATIONS B Sanders of Homestead, are ND1'

LIQUID TABLETS SALVE, NOSE visiting Mrs Emory DeLoach
DIRECTED and Mrs. Bill Pendarvls this
i. ----- '--- ------ -- week TUTU.

i Mrs. Paul L. Ford of Miami

i,1 FOR SALE called on Mr and Mrs. John W. .

Curtis last Sunday.

,, ,,t. EXCELLENT WATER FRONTAGE Sebron Brown RM 1-c of the Ids'' II s///
::1.\\ ANDHOME Banana River base vas\ he \

: week end guest of Mr and Mrs.A. .
: \ r SITES L Blown FeaturingSonia.

Mrs O H. Johnson and son.
.( ''OTTO KUBIN Bobby were business callers in =

\ I Fort Pierce Saturday -
ESTATE BROKER Mi and Mrs Orman Cleason

.'; NEXT DOOR TO STUART NEWS Mr and Mrs Richard Over-
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n 1 s helzer Mrs Ella Prescott and t .

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:' Giving an Interpretation of Her

,/c See The Beautiful New '' Oriental Dance

"Youngstown Kitchen"Sink 1

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f's and Steel Cabinets

i) t 4 Now on Display in Our Show Window

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Clarence. who will

A Yes, like you, we are eagerly awaiting the time when

s it is not just a matter of "showing" you the thing you I TMy3ttfy You With His

\ want. We will be just as pleased as you when our truck MAGIC and SLEIGHT of HAND

I rolls up to your door with a new Westinghouse Refriger.

I ator a range or washing machine -

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Meanwhile may we suggest that you place your name

{ t and your appliance need on LSit" for Tonight we celebrate a Y ar'. Successful Operation .'
our "Priority early been made possible by your loyal patronage of the Popular Marine Room-( whose ,
ei delivery.Hall's success has

In appreciation, w;are putting on thi.
special, w
M guesh. tonight, and
y Y there will be other surprises for our

Electric Service Your patronage has been deeply
.,; appreciated.

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rf"I I" 1 JQCIAL' NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News items MRS office for TRACY this before TELEPHONE paper\ noon must' on N.So'lrtyEdltor 300 reach Wednesday the newspaper I

..' and Mrs Howard Robin- MR. AND MRS J. 1. CRAIG MISS WHITTLE BET1IROTIIED !MRS TERRELL HOSTESSBRIDGELUNCHEON Miss Margaret Parker arrived Mr. and Mrs. Charles O
jhave/ arrived from Speonk, GIVE: WATERMELON PARTYMr. TO WILLIAM WILKES Friday night from the Florida Browning Mr. Browning has recently -
i I| to vllst O. F. Johnson at and Mrs. J. I. Craig entertained Mrs. Martha Whittle of Mrs. Le F. Terrell was hostessat State College for Women in been discharged from

tome on Albany Avenue. Sunday evening witha Salerno has announced the engagement a bridge-luncheon Monday Tallahassee to spend the week- service, have as their guests JACKSON'SBOAT
watermelon party at their of her daughter, Miss honoring Miss Kathryn Hamil- end with her parents Dr. and his parents. Mr and Mrs Char-

home on Albany Avenue. Quests Cora Belle Whittle to WilliamN. ton and Mrs. Rayburn Oray at Mrs J D. Parker of Hibiscus les O. Browning of Buffalo, N.

HOME BUILDINGSee Included Dr. and Mrs. HowardW. Wilkes, son of Mrs. Norman her home in St. Lucie Estates. Road St. Lucie Estates. Y., at the home of her parents,

Neal, Mr. and Mrs Charles Wilkes, of Miami. Miss Whittle Other guests included Miss Ida Mr. and Mrs. W L. Sullivan of
, Behrlnger and son, Major Char- graduated from the Stuart High Albracht, Mrs. L. Ashby Arbogast Mrs. Walton Parks returned Kldorado Heights MACHINE SERVICEWET

HIGBEE & les Behringer, Jr., who he isvisiting school and Is now employed by Mrs. M G. Littman, Mrs. Monday) night from Forsyth Ga., -C-
his parents after five the Florida East Coast Railroad H. H. Hipson, Mrs. Evans Crary,
where the two weeks visiting -
Daniel recentlyarrived
years in service. Co. In Miami. Mr. Wilkes is a Mrs. Leon E. Ashley, Mrs. Paul .
kVORTHAM her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. here
his ,
with wife has
of Miami Senior Mrs. Robert
graduate High Hoenshel Judson, Lester Grant. AND REPAIRING
General Contracting school! The wedding will take Mrs. Boyne McPherson and Mrs. taken a position with his brother -
Ralph Daniel in the Dan-
Feb. White
15 at the
place Roger Splcer. High score prize
and Repair Mrs H. B. Hawgood and her !iel's Sundry Stove.
SCALLOPSTHE Temple Methodist church In was won by Mrs. Crary second
P. O. Box 832 Miami high by Mrs Arbogast and the son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
, cut prize went to Mrs. Hoenshel. and Mrs. William S. Hawgood

i Phone 144.R I LIGHTHOUSENOTICE MRS TRAVIS COMPLIMENTSMRS. : : Gifts were presented to Miss arrived last Tuesday eveningby
: DVNSCOMBE: Hamilton and Mrs. Grey. motor from Painesvllle POMPANOTHE Phone 156W31- Jensen Beach
Mrs Lloyd Travis complimented Ohio and her brother-in-law
'tfR' Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe on and sister I Mr. and Mrs. J. K. LIGHTHOUSE
her birthday anniversary Thurs MISS ALBRACIIT Patteuon of Cleveland Joined IW

with bridge luncheon at ENTERTAINED CLUB them Monday night at their _. .
day a
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Miss Ida Albracht entertained -
home South Harbor West
her home Riverside St. on
on Drive her club Friday at her homeon Fourth Street.
Lucie Estates. Guests included
St. Lucie Crescent. Guests
Mrs Edward Swann, Mrs. W. E. -
*M 3i Ingersoll, Miss Ida Albracht, and included Mrs. Leon E. Ashley Mr. md Mrs. Warren Tilton NOTICE NOW READY
r Mrs. L Ashby Arbogast, Mrs.
fl her house guest, Miss Kathryn haw I leturned from Gainesville
Conrad Albracht, Mrs T. J. F.
Hamilton, Mrs. Otto O. Hupfeland wheic fr. Tilton at
EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st.I Kennedy, Mrs. Arthur Chappel- was studying TENDER DELICIOUS BATTERYFEDFRYERS
daughter Mrs. James M. D. the V> Iverslty of Florida. Mrs. ,
ka and Mrs. Stanley Kitching.
Worrall and Mrs William A. Tilton >as resumed her work In
Out of town guests present were
High score prize was won the C.i'zens Dank.
: Garbage Collection RatesOn Mis Kathryn Hamilton Mrs.
by Mrs. Dunscombe and con- -e-.
Rayburn Gray, Mrs. Argyle
tolation prize by Miss Hamilton Beeler Mrs Leah Lasker and Guests recently arrived at the

Business Places, Hotels end Apartments Mrs. William Welsenberg. Prizes St. Luclp Hotel include Col! and

for high scores were won by Mrs. L. B Harrison of Delray
MRS. ARBOGAST ENTERTAINED Mrs. Arbogast and Mrs. Kitch- Beach, Col!. and Mrs. S. S. Step- ELECTRICALLY-DRESSED
UITII CARDS ing. The guest prize was won henson of Cincinnati Dr. James
Mrs. L Ashby Arbogast enter- by Miss Hamilton, W. Mosher of Washington E. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OBTAIN FRYERS OF HIGHER QUALITY

tained Friday evening with a T. and L J. Hunter and E. O THAN THESE WE ARE OFFERING.TRY .

bridge party at her home on DR. AND MRS. CRUSIUS Dickson of Boston anu Mr. and
n L. B. EURIT, East Fourth Street. Guests Included DINNER HOSTS Mrs M. M. Crites and their SATISFIED-THEY COST YOU NOTHING!
Mrs. Leon Ashley Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. E. L Cruslus were guests. Col!. and Mis Richards
City Manager Lee F. Terrell, Mrs. Rayburn hosts at dinner Sunday havingas Simkins of Clrcleville. Ohio. ATTENTION 1 WE CAN SUPPLY RESTAURANTS UP TO 300

Gray, Mrs. E. J, Smith, Jr., Mrs.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Edward
John M. Law, jr, Mrs M. J.Littman. Mapp Alvin Johnson and Henry
Robert O.
and Mrs Ambler Hanbrolk.
Judson. High score prize was INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
Come In and See Us
won by Mrs. Smith.ROTARY vlrnln S..dl.. 0e.nr... Mer.h
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Johnson of
S..dl. Greplrua sw..t T.nerlnes
NOTICE Brldgeton, N. J., are spendingthe ORANGES. TANGERINES, MIXED PHONE 311
(, CLUB winter here as the guest of '. Bu.h.1 fa.OD, Bu.h.1 SS.2S
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brown of
GRAPEFRUIT '. Bu. f1.75 Bu. Sirs:
M.STUART fU Wrdni No.,>d.r area 12:18CHISHOLMS Seminole Avenue. TEMPLES I. Bu. $Z.501, Bu. H.28
1zs DR CHARLES CARRIEL P.. .d. R.dy To Ship. Expr..
4p, ]I'> d.nt John Van Hess, who was a Eat'' "
Notice is hereby given that A. C. Courson, Tax HENRY CABRE, See. Marine and served four yearsin

kssestor of Martin County, will be at the following the Pacific, has returned to L. T. BAUER 164 FLAGLER STREET STUART"iWl
Boo IM-Sluail Auto C.mp
Rio and is visiting his mother,
,ilaces the dates specified for the of
on re-
Mrs. John L. Taylor and Mr.
Porter D.S.C.FOOT
F. .
eiving tax returns for 19461 '-' ._ .
year Taylor --"-" "" "'; -
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February Mr and Mrs. O. S. Kanalek t. ... _
ALERNO, Precinct No.4, February 5th, Smith's Store Fut 201 Your Sunrise Feet Theatre in My Hands Bldg. of Seminole Avenue have as season :' ; .; .. "...,,-,-"I" --"". 0

lobe Sound, Precinct No. 5, February 6th, Post Office Phone 782, Fort Fierce, Fla. guests, his brotherinlawand ....-
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam '
'ALM CITY, Precinct: No.6, February 7th, Poat Office Waltcher and son, Maj.] Milton II. ';" d,., : A*s3tf&s

'ORT MAYACA, Precinct No. 7, February 11th, Post Waltcher of Newport, R. I. ., "" llea( ..' if itsope, sttouth: \
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SAFE. other
its\ 'ine tb
Office u t
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Scott haveas Z"' F i vast I nifican a ricnd S .
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NDIANTOWN, Precinct No. 8, February 12th, Hataway's CONTROL guests her son, Sgt. Clarence t ABtbige}'' oP..YB is.\a y i fagj tiont.6 th gfiendtYS r...
Averett who has recently returned -

Service Station from 18 months in the \ \0 aPpT genythtieXCellettdcbtoT ..\:,... aouTCes': n anyyeate'I :::,.
TUART, Precinct No. 2, February 13th, Court House Pacific His wife is with them '. moat p ; etuT at f e'2 oath 1udustT'.? rov ::;,

TUART, Precinct No. 3, February 14th, Court House 4r I I'N I.i0$ads has dieuridaut .o ,e. e f\e\> \t\ c .\ ('"
Mrs. T. iN. Stallworth arrived in
I < ,, e ; \ it ble 4 the d ucW d\'" cle'TO
I I '/ 4I last Wednesday from her homein ot Witch s\\\1& adsed\ tt.\o\ 90 In ac9utaollaTS asr.ugr
Beatrice, Ala., to visit her \oeoseeo\\d \ ot 'z :
A. C. COURSONTAX I Call 7979 son-in-law and daughter. Rev. ... ctttnabeC"teco rd' \ t\1abillie: \ \\&senttals\ uses a

ate So. Olivo__ -WPB. Fl. and Mrs, Phil Maxwell; at the I j andt
ro- ... elopmsktUedltOedWitbtb '
ASSESSOR I W.it Palm Be.ch Florida Jptlst pastorlum on W(' tFOUl.th I. .. : s to ,. ,

Street.- t .. "the ow;eeoromY' sCjence :uc.>'tnue.neW um basin t ,,sst:aW: sou ntrces:,I"'i and '>..:.*.>.

Dr Abbot Morton has as her .... gad as \" .. tilt's

guests her son-in-law and daughter t. a so'i dn's oYtiU ttt\nB r::' YuoVpdinBOU r'Tn ,,,., p .

Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Stevens A \.0" oq othe '' :
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOPNOW and her son, Morton Hotchklss, v ip:.. aea;eedp 9e 'reaa gCOTes ToETam t t'.u ':ctb'i ts' a

who arrived Friday by motor \\ Ton the sTC Te. a39aaeass
entetrT land0 0.0J :
from Galesburg, Ill U"e I '
tot utb', kin who'samPhous? 'nTeast t a
Miss Lucile Inscoe of the Rue utationswomen otbeheSout ,
has Mrs .' ; andanued ,; and to"I
Apartments as guests tng PoVen ;: oweT .
: PHOTO FINISHING Earl Bryant of Norfolk Va., and b9 to\\M 0a."e fembuy maTke S1ndt!t re da9thousa
Ii //I, :> \: its .
Mrs. R. !L Bowling of Windsor eaTS oteritding 'South aegentmutating1r1 South
l 1, "e'III'
N. C. tha peould
e span
'; PORTRAITS' BY APPOINTMENT e ,. ; tuTntng. ..' .',. .sst.\I'o dva derice';:
[ Lt. and Mrs. Charles Kindredand ":.. .' t0 ,,0
- :'' little daughter, arrived last I-1s na hariwi r-.

week from Maryvllle Tenn., to W ?*1
,; visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .*
H. A. Kindred of California gial ""
} Avenue. The lieutenant is hereon \oo \o \
116 \..A
J leave after serving with the Buying to'" Oa 01

Navy for 3 years. He plans to Keep ODS edttori1! f gdag ii ba
6 9C)1'"e ,,"0.Z tvt
enter, the University of Ten- duivial'P
j 620 nessee in March to get his master's S .... ..' \1'.II' So II\I..eo.\ dot .
ee"e .
tI\O' ivaO
degree. '
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.! 120 Capt. James Herbert Bruner 1\you \\o.ci\i\le 'ntabiet0c (0 R\Qtehe 3
has been transferred from At- \\\tl'ou\iotl O el\U g variable\ ,\ 'Of ogglblbttes1ti \ \ \
O ,
lanta to Camp Lee, Petersburg, pNnC s tocnPt
Va. Mrs. Bruner is with him Agt .. giadt0te5toaisalso\ ci'\\.111110."e ; +1tt
KRUEGER BUILDING mKM ti+ m >' egeatch eWactt willtacG\ ) MFerd '
V r T ith t ion ass '
Mr and Mrs. T. L. Haumann Vb t. 'Pddt .t.c..
.\O.e'10" pits.' ,,,.,, ?
arrived last Wednesday from : : to
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NEXT TO WESTERN UNION OFFICE New York to stay indeflnatelyat ,. I'M'.fiat Wtimnn0" t,0' t-\\

their villa, Rlvercrest onSewall's ''il ; ., I toad '\ e"gteildent'nt : ..

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n.ORIDTllrn.r) \\". .1\1 l < \J\! il, I'14or -has been tom down by ry public BI minis.(\ 0(,! v:
THE: STtAKT SEWS \1Utl1:11: : tOL'NTV. lie has I II m town
: Ttt'EL1'E: ) are available. ol nominal sum tu ho,
alemh: ,-dals: or by the ravages *
J I.n' I '? for yard !

GRANT LEEK SOCIAL SECURITY :me innot to retie forced, but by who advancing are be- Editorial Desk I'J I l 1j< ,.and. 1 I.H Ptnp-'!" 1 t.:11If' a-S'JRBe't by Arthur beautiiication-

1\ .:,.UK! the KIlt limit and are glv-I[ and EndsI 1 .,. 'is ]1'1I:1I1"d' : l limn' F ebon.No Is that a system be work- STEAMED
Odds l1a'r I Ii
REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICEOld SHOWS GROWTH\ \ ;ru the question thoughtful con- I,.',,\\tt,, oi. Dl'lltpt mind i who(am(! .'r. rc lout to gather up all the fallen CLAMSTHE

Dixie Highway .idirallon." Valentine said. "It i stories ol more than uml u\ i I i.lt' iullh amp] I II ('(jcoanuts in the city and plant I
Two owns
local of- 11' ->' nursery,
write the "I.ltI'! cocoanut
call at
Phone 216 or re- *' in a
omitted in I III Mm
Stuart Board i II1tl'rl'st'I'C Orlllll'on. south of the could be plant LIGHTHOl
IN THIS ire of the Social Security 0 I [ T he young trees

.. -- -- .- COUNTYI!15 N. FiftBler Drive West Palm ent Ihsucsof Ihc Stuart NC\\8'1 0,| RpfURC.\ ourn'I '"d in 1 parkways, used. to bcautl- -
18 l
I Bench. It may be advantageouslor >nc, which we certainly J ,!iv speaking It --- ---- ------ --

file claim at a nw), ,., that the county -
to your about ding
I you\ had W"It< ,;) I .1
Southern Style of 4470 Over Year lave
Mmml! So( Good Delicious Increase the office ,, do not plll'tirll- NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDREYNOLDS
In Benefit Being (:)11('('. The people at his truck thiouph tiu trails ;uliKm,, :] 1" THE
Ago 'ran help )'011. They will do itmadly" irlvlng Briduc last ", niM.d, I I 1 in' bl'lnlJ sued on the
FRIED CHICKENand I ol Palm City Like having
I; .able. t 10> .ltMlin:( \: : .SM. PEN
nl'I< i neie ] arll"
lint we
veek. to al1
( monthly bene- Valentine added that all holel1 .anil Initlals. -, ton'h" )\ ,>uiird\ It
FISH And SHRIMP DINNERS llts scar I in lorce at the end of ers of Social Security account I jet his )propi'i "aim' 'Il., i Is, ,- n.i.u. .ipi to be Inkeu11III FILLED WITH "SATINFLO"Writes
I : uhonld guard them wl'lt\ t, is! wired\( on one than
1 1945 in I Martin County under the nurd" (: reporting )\ \ it

Thicken in the Rough'MAIM Old-Aue and Burvlvoie: II1&ul'i i "People who have earned considerable I The other which Hop 1 loll In sir news 101a.* 'III'"'!.)I' any pnl'llY0IUl1ta1'Y -

ance I program of the I IR wage ci edits In cover- who took a rowBoat > into Years One FillinCUI
I bout the man eonstaiitlyn for Two on
Board. This was an doing the war Sinai! JIsiCCS are
'UJ'iY! <
( ( iU employment >
'IN M'UI'1 \ 1 tinMini.y! IhrouiihUuclc tlie thing! time in two year it fails, bring ,
I increase[ of 44' over the 55 in :And who arc now returning to when !they< lookout .d. [If at t nny
I I OIIMI 1 11" 1110. or 'I I RI i n s hI,C(' a- year ago, according to I household duties, to school or I Ito Canal lucks discharpinu][ ,". I(10, do Well, here are a couplei teM' and it will be refilled and recondition

NOR I fI 'iri Il 1 i I' \i IIH.HV. AV'-.t'I' 1 1tRO. nil unmet Ki-nnetl) P. Valentine manager other pursuits may feel that wereId(' open Awn'dlnu to ''--i,I bll i :[hl ideas brought to Ih,' of charge, or you can have the factory do it (,

the West palm Beach field card I"! longer of value to tegular' Nlau.ua. ,, r by others. No 1To
.r l he no .ndividual- i ,1 ;i\.I,11
'I ) ( 1 this ,
-- our set 1 n.
---- iffice. Monthly benefit\ pay. them." he sold "In ninny cases ki.cmanaged wirliout a brand new
dun't eachSEE
:.iniits: tit fnrer made a gain of Hint will not be imp\ Many of who c name. we still with h. ,till I flans for the ('11\' ol Stuart. $12.50
to escape > ,,
80' over 1944 totaling 11575.64 these r"turn to -- Nearly every street gu
persons may ha.sn' been I'I'11ft' ; i
but the :
ITEMS of INTEREST J'' the end of 1945, anainstS031 catered employment In the near .' ,
1B45\ \\u.! cropl.i AT
found yet. In I i..no'} the IT
36 a year earlier.The hit\11', ','hethl'tht'y now con
Floureicent Desk Lamp Bed Lamps number in the different tl'mplathllt\ action or not. The If ilther of these entlcmen \ \' ,,i ;, ov UKdiouuht [and the
End-Table Lampa Elec. Baby Warmer and the i card identifies the will come Into tin News ulIi'( poutd\ atop by an[ early) frost
lungs of beneficiaries ] oscial security WALKI
Trilmon Elec. Room Heater we 8'11be/ happ: to inn sinned C. & E.
G-E Mazda Lamps )
monthly benefit In force at theyear's account to which oil )past wages I
Line of Lighting. Fixture & Acce*>orietVISIT storied by them. 'Ho\\ I Went
Complete ( end were: i in"'II'(1 earned by the worker In covered
Through St Lira\ ( Links' and LEGS
t US workers, aged 85 orer employment home been credited ;: !
How I Clot D.n.keil' With MTitick \ FROG JEWELERSStuart
mid to which future wanes will
Number ..
0\ In its S' UH.t1 but until I
f And Co. be credited. It rutty lepresent
Service Repair Amount H.OTt.lS.Wives.
Electric Benefit '
i5 Fla.
they do it junk as thou .M I Iand \ ,
an insurance policy to dependent THE LIGHTHOUSE
OS or over of retired to h.i\, < I Ito _
the public ue liouiit I
Dthon Building Phone 308 workersNumber 18-Monthly I of the wage earner In event J
Ii Benefit Amount 1250.91. of) trnacdy. Could it be I llii't i t I personshci '

IiII Widows with young childrenNumber "If you are In doubt as to n.ti. ,
-- lake unexpcctid I ( )phuv.'es
II ---n. whethei: or not all of your wages! .
Benefit 4trJ'IflJ..mZ
Monthly ..
rivers are re'iccit about ,tw\ ">- i m lfI. !O
Amount 653.02.Children have been credited to your account city?

of deceased or retired It Is a simple matter to .
T. R Baku- Di-troit\ cnuUiiliig : --
I MODERNPHOTOCOPYING \\'orkE'rs-Number 13 obttln a wage statement from continctdr. \\lio is a tr.iiln:, l ,;r n 'fHAT ((3 THE STORV 4ES UNCL

:Monthly Benefit Amount $121.84. the Social Security Board", according suc-Kt at Ot( .111 Breeze' Camp ', I '... OF YOUR UNCLE ANOmE CUT WHAT ov,

Aged widows of workers to Aft Valentine "Held Jensen Beach. > having a m.ii.i.s., eenv SU:..' GREAT WAR NEED ALL l4'; c

Number Monthly Benefit offices have a special postcard outdoor vacation elenrlniis 1.5'R -- y St''
Amount $02.61.Monthly which; may be used to secure ---
I acres of land en Sewnll's Pmi i
this valuable Infornntlon. The ..
benefit are paid
I which he 1 purchased for .1 wn-
also to aged dependent patentsof Social Security of tomorrow will
-of- ter home. The property 1 h i '
who die provide many protections which nrve
fully iiiftired worker
south of the old Bewail resldeivon ( > 5
without leaving a wife or child. will be based on your wage record ai
BLUEPRINTS: VALUABLE PAPERS AND the 1 point's ;ip.. runninu: 1110 \ '
MAPS, Valentine said that the marked Be certain It Is complete
UKCOUDS OF ALL KINDS ('Ivlf'lth a small I Maud I'm'I sYr e'
increase In the number of applicants :and on l'E'Corrl'Ith us. = q
the Indian River side! M:
for Old-Age and Survivors ---- !Hake plans i to build his In., : sI< '
Size 18 22 or Larger Insurance benefits following the cons TO lout riitoxs: 0
the St. Lticii'' -ilo.p as "i>n,:, 4
i :id' ol the war had been antici 4
YOU DON'T HAVE TO CO OUT OF TOWN FOR )pated.: Many persona who have Payment of unemployment E u.rvuu. .

been eligible for benefits have compensation in Martin county -.-- -- --- .
PHOTOCOPYING( ()( delayed flllnu '.n order to help a'nbounted to $80 00 to four per- Docks, Seawalls : ..r I'" ; I i t'l i Ili{ I'1( ( I, A ,'nmpulI

ons HiriiH' the week endlncJ. I- I ) )I: -SEETHE :- "-it In the war industries and I < ,
Ethel! imivnt.int taskTheir: n 11 flirt! jlurit) the Mat[ Boat HousesAll I ,_.' i'ntuit' I I'

J IrIJI/lli( \ / ii', 11 .' < n a\ !im,[ nuniv )- I 'i I MI .ri'i, J< .1 iM'd from I .
: : i '( I II 1 pi'unus GOODYEAR HRFS.

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RACING Slvrr: ;Meteor Mc\\ar, DOG ,
1 \> '11 Id' largest tingle' unit diescl-clcrtrlr locomotive in ( ilui'ful I'I ;ti ''U ty t ( }yfl1
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mice which :Mr. Tillman carried I'ronJ'lolhla to the flanker)
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All their band play "To the Colon U. 8. IMarinei are shown
WEST PALM BEACH holstlnr the Stars and Stripes over the American Emba..T at
Felplnir China Klchnrd p Ilutrlrk of Lockport, N. Y.. KmbMijr: WATERFRONT PROPERTIES
counselor oho was ordered by the Japanese to have the same REAL ESTATE
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