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 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Going After Jfnseh! Beach, Martin county Budgeted for 47 !
resort section on the Indian

CIVIC CLUB Chamber Commerce Fund River, Is booming thwe days,
; with widening and repaying of Martin county Will gft $120.000 (ur u X.IOOOIHUbUti ::: ( .
the Dixie highway underway for I \ Hoar iJppt budget approved at I h<' 'Annual I hwhwl> ,

sh Film, Magician, On $2,839 Raised In 2 Days more than a gUll through the Z; fit misting held Monday at Clearwater, according to inlorni'
I Free, EntertainmentEvent community. new street lights ation made public at the session/
going In this week end, and a Included. In tae 19(7( SRD budget is $32000(7( for( ihi
I More I; than 50'Martin county citizens' are giving their general' atmosphere of progressiveness ---- idenlng and! paving of some I

I rUn county winter visitors I time this week to raise a $10,000 budget for the Chamberof and tourist development 11:1111inn.i-: : '.'.:miiiiiiiniiiiiiii miles of India nJown road from '

|the public at large' are Into Commerce for 1947; with the score expected to cross *100 ELY: TAGS Stuart west..eliminating a bgttl ,
hear Salty" Mallants.hi the half way mark this week-end and go over, the top by The tourists ar,there, Every DEADLINE 0\LR "neck and linking Stuart b\. '
next Tuesday.At ,_ ,1.odlad. \ wlth..U3 agricultural
I Dally! flew fishing edi- cottage camp ha enjoyed good
a ... The 1947 Florida auto license sections and the Glade An
Ind South,Florida fishing Chamber-sponsored business all winter ,, Including
|enlaloTover WIOD at Stu- breakfast at Chisholms Tuesday Sheriff Q M. Hancock; Vernon half a dozen new resort enterprises tag sale ended without rush additional $60000 will be spent
at L C Kitkliteri office at on a new bridge over the South
rivic Center next Thursday : President Price French. D. Chason Ronald Gross, Harry I.and, there are more .
the court house yesterday. It Fork
on this road east of th
Jan S3ctacular 8. Hudson, chairman of the Hoke, Wilson McClure, Percy trailer In Jenien Beach this h now Illegal to drive a ear present structure The highway
color sport fish- finance committee and L. C. Fuge Rev Charles Carrlel T. T year than ever before. Ocean without a new license Stale will be straightened
by bypassing -
|lIma made by I:. W. Dutton Klckllter chairman of the mem- Oughterson Ernest Lyons Harry Beez Camp. Largest of the 4 authorities named Purchasedhere the
I'rt ,fSewall off St. lAds In. bership drive urged civic: volunteers Dyer, Herman Reitz, Cecil Johns trailer establishment, ha some were S100 tags about present bridgeAn
ect J. B 400 trailers parked in Its expanded additional $40,000-1 Is budgeted -
red to be the finest ever to get the drive concludedIn Mlchaelson Drew King, 200 more than at this time
off the Florida coast are I a* short a time as possible. City Commlsloner Jack Coleman; grounds, which means last year, for minor road Improve
flown down from New I President French said that D, L. Williams Bill Mitchell, that there are around 1200 Visitors <*ients. and'the department
I and will be shown by Mt. Martin county Chamber bud Oscar Kanarek Kenneth 8Um- Inthat camp alone iiiiiiiiMimimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiFATHERS' agreed to grant funds up to $25 -

I)n, who will give a person get compare favorably with mell George Keith. D. M. Sanu- As an evidence of the resuf 000 against Martin county
trrativ* 'of the big game similar growing' communities ders, U B. Eurtt.: Wells Vppin- tent life of the town the old NIGHT hare of the. gas tax 4or acqulrli
I Ig record, Hudson and Klckllter pointedto cott R. R. Rlcou building a landmark I rlghts-of way (for the propose I

firing ton the Magician: atarbIa the advantage to be gainedby Arthur Dehon Lesll Bartlett, for some 35 year, once future widening of U 8 1 t((,
i Is The Army." will give reaching the quota and free Ralph Ulmer Qarland-Edenfleld. in 'the center of town" but TO BE OBSERVEDBY four lanes. Cl'y and county "w-j l
abandoned and empty since. the be expected to Join in costs ol
minute exhibition of legerLla ing the manager from necessityof Erwin Johnwtck, Leon Taylor i"_
Abe Blair. Harry Hutto' EdwinA. last boom Is being Completely widening through the munlc!
The Jensen Beach win- being a funds collector '
klsltor ha volunteered his through the year. Mennlnger, Jack Stuart. A. O remodeled by Its owner. War :' t 1't PTA JAN. 21 pallty

jet for the event Other present at the breakfast !Kanner Bill King Dr. Walter ner B TIlton, and his son. t... : : A. A Hcndry county road suparlntendent -
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uart Sailfish Club and Stu- were: Al Mathers, Rev R M. F. Davy, Tom Bchreckengost Ransom Morris.'and Warner B.:I \or.' said that the right:

jrourlst Club are Jointly eo- Fenton.. H. B. .Kraft, City Commissioner Ben A. Redding, Edward Mapp Jr FJclured above twice C. Harrington, nationally known ma Distinguished Speaker and of-way on the IndJUntown pilect '"-
\ting In this entertainment Bob Baker Paul D. Rev Phil Maxwell, Web Ord- ,Jensen post office has been giclan pulling a rabbit out of an amazed sailors poikrt If Male Chorus To Highlight should be cleared up ",>

I to' according to President Combs., Rep Marvin Rowell. {Continved a _vane Sa_) moved from the riverfront to thebuilding. r woreone of those light.fitting rigs you'11 know that ProgramThe : Feb 1.Hendry,
y Dyer of tl the-Sallfiah CluS -- and the Tilton have I YOU. a ,"upfr.duper magician to even get a half dollar cut, of Senator Evans, (Or i,II'i ,
1 show I 11 free It start at and Mate in opened a modern drug store In one of them. Brer Harrington who starred In "This Is the Army" annual Fathers Night I Rep Marvin Rowell and Cnin ,
| m. The effort represent a Captain TugoWarAs the structure Two more ground has given liberally of his time to sponsor entertainment at "vlll be obseived at the January Commissioner Arthur Sms! 1\-\'
i desire on the, part of our floor space ,In the building will Moke's Ocean Breeze Camp. and Is arranging a program for meeting of the Stuart Parent I tended the Clearwater meetln
i iiatlont to make the win- Shark Insists His Share be occupied soon by Elmer De- The March of Dime*,there. lie will entertain at Stuart t ivlc Teacher association' at S p m. ...
eason more Interesting for on Witts plumbing firm.And Lewis Center on the Sallfu Club-Tourist Club-program next Thursday Tuesday at the Civic Center SHERIFFllRES '
In county guest If It Is Gambles electric firm. In ad. night.MoHALTS'HOUSF41UILDING. : Roscoe Braddock, president: of ,n
kssful. similar event will be A sea pirate demanded-and half and the boatmen. the top. dition the Tlltons are remodeling -- -.- -- I'1 -- -- :, the Belle Glade pTA and. Asher

In mid-February and roldb got: -his shan of a sailfish off which satisfied/ no one but the the ,upstair lotp apartirents 1 \j Frank, of Tampa Director of "1 1'T
.' .. 8t Lucle Inlet Tuesday when' shark and he could have used ,'Public Safety For Florida, will OPENING GUN FOR !I
ie Tourist Club will cooper- CapL Ted Preston and Mate mor The Tlltons have also recent I be the guest speaker A musical
n decorating the Civic Ccn- Michael Lomba of the Miss However Mrs. Tolson shortly I ly iobipleted a new: filling station 'Tuesday this cornpfiance I program, will be given by a
and of week CPA
nd supervising refreshment Florida Toleys Fleet came off landed afoot, T-lncher, winning -: on the highway. which Is Monday a : male- chorus of IS voice POLIO CAMPAIGN I II
tb swooped down on Stuart and stopped constructionof
,igement. A special Sallflsh second best In a tug-o-war witha a Silver Button; ]her sister! leased < Cecil Branford and man I Refreshment will be served
Frank Button who will opera-e!, half a dozen or to new houses in var ious stage of progress
committee composed of giant shark Mrs Edward Mllvancy of White as a social hour to follow the
It Lyons, Marvin Rowell, Mrs. Alfred Tolson. Demarelt.N. Plains N. Y,. followed through a garage and sell Oulf products meeting All Martin Asked to Enlist
Schreckengost and Ken- J, hooked the sallflsh. As it with another Silver Button fish Interesting fact about these Contractors were stymied, men thrown out of work -- In Battle Against I
Stlmmell .Is... In charge of I was being brought In. the shark measuring 7-feet, 10 Inches. and I enterprising Tlltons -'-, each of and the homing shortage' made Tills. IS WHERE THE I Nation'-Crippler
that much acute
just more -
talnment\ I hinged: and severed the line The Mr Robert Glenn of 101 Park them Is a veteran jpf the aviation rand CPA OFFICIAL HUM HSIILRMIN PLAY I 1.
.__ : ,exhausted sailfish was drifting AvenueN.. Y. father of Mrs j branch of Navy or Army. *yet It was all "perfectly Sheriff O M Hancock ix ;;
off when Capt. Preston turned Tolson and Mrs. Mllvaney1 Warner. sr. served with the It gal t I Unofficially! the New was Informed Campaign: Director of the Mar I,
DUP FORMED"R the boat and got hold of the caught a Bronze Button sail Navy Air Corps In World War I: I The builders bad failed to 11 IN STOP ORDER today that Doc. Oreen, of Dimes fired UK opening 141111,
sail* bill. The shark cam back measuring 6-fett. 11 Inches Ransom was a Marine flyer, "get, permits' from CPA. Although ;, I' \wrier of. the Olndorf apartment today In Martin county annu,11
and grabbed the all's tall Mate James .Fyfe of Stuart a gueston Norris with Navy aviation, and "priorities" were abolished 'In St Luclc estate ha the lat fight against the nation s ('1111 I id
R FINANCING Warner B.. Jr., with the Army by Presidential decree In December 'tt angle on angling In these
"Mike" took a hand-hold along the trip caught a sail which HOUSE JOBS pier Infantile Paralyse I ",
and CPA Hill ION I urts Bob took a Joy spin In the
with Preston and the tug-o-war was released The two largest Air Corps In World War II IIIA are Because of l he) record) ] I'l'l i idcmlc '
Aggressive force for the goodof I funitioning. and it .Is Illegal t txlart to loud over the Gulf Streamdecided r
was on. The way It finally wound tall were sent to Al Pflueger at : I : in 1946 whit'h allrrl I,,,
ASONICJLDG. up, the shirk got the bottom Miami, for mounting Jensen Beach these days Is. commercial construction, I on a little fancy fkh- funds for the c irr ol J5."On P" .,' [ I
...,.-- Jensen. Beach Business Mens without authorization from ( PA Arthur Dehon Cell T< lo. Inn t4). vury the recreation pro- In the Un.il/-d SU,<'s i It ,
Association: ,civic group In which or to build a residtme without I 'graphic; Warning From H,mi and dropped down Into more Important than PVII, Ih.11
1 Masonic Temple Planned Womans, Club Program t to Feature all pull together to make the I HA approval Atlanta 1 local water to get that seafood foe put forth our bust effort Io.. 1"

On OsceoU area grow Among current objectives According to Fred' Sinclair, I slipper for the menu. Our witness replenish our national cat.li rr( I
Avenue Her of f of the organization are: Deputy Director of the Bureauof Arthur .Dt>hon Stuart realtor, reported 31 beauties from serve far future emergency. th'
Life and Work Martha BerryThe lecelved the today the brincy deep In Just 5$ minutes -
,Ie Unlty-Acacla\ getting the FIC. Railway to Construction !and Field Oper- following wire ;' drive chairman said today1 ,
Corp; a Dun.It I from John Pwlcham, of Florida Finest FishIng
region- -
put a permanent passenger ations, Washington, in a wire '' am asking ALL Martin county i I
of corporation raising funds for for th buUda pur-- Life and Work of Martha' Interesting person and Mir life agent .and making the ipot a'' U Earl J. RobbIns, district. CPA I lal compliance director of the'1 ." to Join In this battle against this I ,
ls Mrs. Jones regular atop'.next winter (Bill Manager at Miami: |I CPA Atlanta following a visit Insidious public enemy," he add :
new Masonic Tempi In Berry"! will be the theme of the an Inspiration", ,
Johnson acts here Monday through Wednesday :
postmaster now
'*, was formed 'at Joint program of the Stuart Woman'sclub said. "She pioneered a wonderfully "Non.housing construction ed. In expressing appreciation l,
al ), and of this week b a CPA com- : GRANDMOTHERSARE
express agent: securing ) i
tng of the Stuart Mason* at the January meeting fine work la educating the must still be authorized by the I sleuth"Investigation. to volunteer woriteis who have
eastern Stat member at next Wednesday at 1:30 p. m mountain'children of the southJ* retention ,of a siding placed byroad CPA under VII PI, Although pllanc I assumed responsibility In putting -

''ft Woman Club Friday Mrs. Franklin D. Jones. program Music will be arranged by Mrs. construction, crews on a'' ninny other government controls Indicates that HONORED AT over a record-breaking
"L. The rtructur will be built chairman will review the book. Rosco! Rollins and Old Scouts permanent basis.Considerable have been relaxed or revoked,I you are constructing: two residences -. I I fund-raising campaign for 1947
building I Ia goingon In Stuart
l roperty owned Martha and take the basis limitation order on m apparent The sheriffs assistants wjll)
by the Mac "The Life of Berry will part In, th* program.
and new Industries art startIng violation of CPA Older
Lodge on Oaeeola the of her visit to theBerry non-residential construction .Is be his own secretary and office'
Avenue. tell story Hostesses Mrs H.' B. Kraft GARDEN CLUB
are In the section, Including VHP-1 Application for atithuhsation !-
i Mrs
'ard deputy, M. R McCord, drtvi
of Director; l it composof School near Rome Ga. being, continued for some 11
Mrs. W R. Leach Mrs Otto Jensen Block,Co./ concrete block to complete, work may be I committee secretary; A. A, Men-
William V, King Mrs. The Institution ha three large months, In accordance with hesie
fe Steelman Mrs. Ruth Stay. unite with several hundred stu Kubin, and Mrs. R. B. M,CuJ- manufacturing plant owned by President Truman housing' filed at provided In the order ; dry Jr" secretary; Mary Hartrn' -
''I- I. C, Klckllter, Mrs. Ola dents. "She was an unusual and lough. N Scheonberg and, Harry Olan-: statement Instructions tot filing may be I 15 State Represented by publicity chairman: ,L M. 1.he
k .. coff secured from Paul J. O'Connor. : Guests 1, Johnson Stuart -chairman 1.
er, --- at Monday' :
M. Q, TJttmin. and Mr., "This I
-'-'-' In addition to, the physical; means It Is i Illegal to Coral Cables, City Hall, office .
Meeting Harry Hoke, Jensen chairman
Lartwrtght.'fleers I Gesu Hi 6 Improvements most citizens bf: start .construction ot a store,: Of FHA"Failure. C
lot the I Tiger Cagers Top i1-1 I service station, factory, school ]I Mr James Diamond Hobe
Jensen to be highly "
*" for 1947 appear 'to discontinue .Im-I: Grandmothers were honored Sound: Mr. Vero Homan. Sa-
are: or any ether commercial Industrial -! '' ke
'lall1 V, King .corporatlon. pleased by the law-enforcement 1 mediately all construction "'hlch 'at Monday's meeting of the Oar- (Continued on page 8))
Warren Shlpes .Jr. Last week. the Tiger took to there R. R. *r Institutional structure : .
By picture up Spinney Club of -
Orac Steelman Is neither authorized nor ex- i lien Stuart when 30 of -- --'
Ruth Stevenson The' Stuart High Tiger 'Won the road for tWO'Sames and and Reuben Sharpe. special' (exeept for certain small empt under the order will con- I them were presented with special THE WEATHER
-M, R : their fourth gam* of the season came back victorious both times. deputies under the sheriff office job exemptions) without author stitute deliberate and willful bouquets by Mr, Curtis a
Cartwrtght Tuesday night when they topped From Oelray Beach 'they cam are enforcing a 25-mile per isation from CPA The agency -For u.. 00-t .o.k. ..
'8hty violation! and subject you hltlcar and Mrs George DozIer. ftp"164 kt
fly may ,
e member Qualified the Oesu Sigh Crusaders of back with' score of 4312. At hour speed limit the will continue U enforce MIP1 10100 M.... U. 8' W..h., obso,.., 40
membership 1 .through to sever criminal penalties provided Mrs Horace Atwood won the Clip 1.11( oI!'..",
In the organlsaFriday West Palm Beach. 36-It. Clewlston, they triaund ,the developed portion,, ot the town vigorously* law." I of T...._..... .....1...
by prize wInning bouquet giant
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Edmond: Howard :was the kingpin bean-plckera' 14-'. Edmond Howard and although there' have been should check Dehon business man and war gladiolus for having the greatest
CROSS WORKERS ''I I of, the attack u h* dumped and Dick Roberta were the complaint and an occasional with th*' nearest CPA office It veteran', hat started two" small'I number of grandchildren ::: n : h
ND field for a total of protests nearly all they bar any (jiesttons about .....
VA MEETING a seven goals kingpins In the two attack, cry residence on Fourth Street He ...11 n It
MIAMI TODAY of 14 Polints.'Next In line was citizens pf the area interviewedon their right to go ahead with, a was Informed by a CPA. compliance I 18Mr*. Paul Hoeruhel presented I.h., \I isis X I.' 44...
''the making 22 and seven point) re- recent satls- non-,housing construction I... U .
who looped -
Jim Conrad. a trip expressed \ pro.Cunti.W
man Tuesday that he an exhibit of 100 water color .. .. to
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that th': Martin: :County basket.three time for six points. (Continued M.. Page 0)) (cOntinued On rag, Six) ..I._ ( ,?* Page, 6)) .; must stop th* Job* unless hoWcul i I prints of wild flower by Mrs. INCMES'NA10ALL oil

CrOft may better serr our to a permit.I i I, Emma Marsh of Mt.Dora a collection .

[an*, Mr. CerrroU DunsMr refused to do so until of- which arrived too late ........ UJ. 14 ., ., ...... .1..
Four March'of Carnival be Held l Jensen: .
*. Dimes
*. R. A. 'Tnnley and Day to at f'clally! Informed, stating that lot the district meeting J>>. IS_ "
Mary L fihackelfqrd anriding "the war has been over for '18 A horticultural, lesson on --
a meeting la Miami Flan ar afoot for the biggest ''aiding worthy cause* I Army1'*' In which he toured sales, food sales, refreshment I months;and the continuance of fruits flowers and trees, was
'' at the VA building. March of Dimes' Carnival ever ,f The event is to begin with' Africa China and the European and entertainment both afternoon all this hampering bureaucratic conducted by Mrs J. F. Boione THE TIDES' .

'Inca the local veterans'of. held at Jensen Beach, ti be : two entertainments on Sunday theatre of war entertaining- and!. {...nln"Wedneeaa1'progr.am, red tape 1* simply blocking hous- and Mr*. George Conrad at
closed the moA!, ar turning staged at Ocean Breez Park fet !Jan 26, at S:39 and I p. m, for oversea' troops will be big rather than encouraging. It." trading comment from the out'of -
Red Cross for aw. Wd ad- the benefit of the national'and ,when, Lee 0 Harrington, InUrv His afternoon entertainment climaxed by a big dance at Both: house, an within the 'state visitor who represented H..' .... j",,.' ........ |r* H tf;.

Miss Btokelta* 'I its***, local''fight Infantile paralysis" : nationally: known 1I1aIIt n. win la especially designed for.children Ocean Breeze club house: |WO square feet bracket per I 15 state ':.::::!-.N : :.l :: : ',;
Martin Cowity: v Wrn n*x) program be assisted by :a number of -and record crowd. ar* expected The carnival 1s'the big Jensen mitted for private construction' ''Neal Bishop served a* technician Imin.tes lor high P.so# 0 .n I 66 "
without what Is' rightfully H. H. liolto and sons announced :volunteer In putting. od two at both events Beach'entertainment, event -bift CPA contend that an : for a technlcolor film shown r" low. ; ;

and we Intend to ae that that..: here will b* lots [splendid show* 19, mystify! and Additional 'show* an set for of the year", and the genera pub- I FHA permit must still be Issued I i I by Mr*. Richard W. Smaller on JII PTA. 'A II. P..
men of Marttn County, who of fun for young and old. music, enUrtaln. Monday, Jan. IT. and Tuesday lie I Sa Invited to attend and contribute "The city of Ctuart has been "Cranberries-From Planting toCanning. :: Ii it? !, # iH* IJ ,
Ill J did thib'gibare of the dancing food we.. nnnmat i Harrington Th Uaajklan I Is end Wednesday, Jan:. M and 21 to the health and happiness Issuing permits tight, along for I I ," Mrs, BmalJeys, discourse 614 1 111 a
''ung, also abut, la (he ben'- I sal.A, refreshments. and plenty 'i ,"top-noUher" I In bill profesKMl Tuesday to be the "BJg Day" of the crippled children" 1 new construction"" Dehon said I which accompanied J"J44.: :: 7$J:, ns::: I-'t-_ liiA; ":%

*u ,the*." .: \1 of wai| to i :starring wttl> "mi to 9k, for fun and frollo-wlth, .rummage ,of4n* country, (Cowlinuedoopage Slf> Continued on page I) ::: :: l,At Also bait: .I :: ;:OIL":;

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y....Ia rn-o. TILE: STUART NEWS, sty !tl.J Urta, {county: ftoilDA! TBCRSDA. JAN. 18, U41
,' MRS. 'HORTON NAMED Mr.'and Mrs' C. V Wise of Lake. Kent, Ohio, after a visit Miss Dorothy. R. Shea bu returned -
ji STUART"I DAR ALTEKNATIMrs. Columbus;; Ohio were guest this with:her mother Mn J.X Pom- to her home In Bywood, LOYAL. ORDER
at the Pelican Hotel .n 'eroy and Mj Pomeroy. Delaware Co, Pa.. after a three- MOOSE
I SOCIAL NEWS of l Ethel Porter, Mr*. r. R. week ,
Horton, and Mr*. Jack Coleman route to Havana On their return --e- week visit with her parent STVART LOOCC'lMI
SIGNS went to Fort Pierce Tuesday afternoon trip, the*will spend several days Mr, and Mr*. Harry Swingle- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Shea of lit ,.MEETS.. ifi sea WEDNESDAY P. M I
rd toMr*, WUlaford Ransom I for the meeting of Cora at the home of' Mr and Mrs. burst have-as their guests at the'Lighthouse Miss Rita Mc- EACH MONTH.
I,CURDEN I ritB BOARD !Leach. Mr. J, E. Taylor, Mrs Stlckney Harper Chapter, DAR Wlllaford Ransom Leach at Bewail their home "Sea Horse" at Jensen Oulgan and Mia Lenore Sper Woodman Hat
1 I IBM! U" (rHT.OS I H. H. Thayer, MrsTTA. Artxi-!at the home of Mr*. James, '* Point Beach Mr.and Mra.R Swanson ling who were visiting Miss Shea Staart, Fla.I .
CH BOX LL Ii j I Mr Howard\! Meal) and Mrs f.I .I cast, Mn t C. Young. Mr*. J,1 Crouch. Visiting state official 4 Freeport, L. 1 have returned to Philadelphia.
I L Decker were Mostfcue FrI- Boron. Mrs. Richard Knapp I I who were honored guest were 'Mr. and Mrs John D, Saxon 1
Next toPHONE A dd Store ,day (to the Executive Board of Mr*. C. A. Carrie), Mr*. L. E-; Mr*' J. F Byer of St. e and daughter Valerie, have re-
the Garden Club at the home of Ashley Mr*. H. Y. Harper, Mr*.II I tuff, ,state regent who outlined turned to their home in Ridge- ," ," -,
i Mr, Neall, at Port Sewall Fol Charles Fischer, MM Harl"i i.,laM for, 1M7; Mr. David land; S. C. after spending tool I I
lowing the business session a Bwlnglehurst, Mr*. Paul Hoen- ,,Wright, Bartow first vlc-re- month with her parents Mr.,
\ ovaltd-dish! "ncheon was servSTUM ihel, Mr*. George Conrad Con- gent; and MI't. W J. Thayer, St and Mrs Gene Cabre I I. ,
,. tad,.Mrs R. M. Dozier. Mr*. Curtis :Petersburg, corresponding secretary .* a -: I AGAIN. .

Whltlcar,. Mrs Henry Rains, Mn. K H. Thayer, Mr*. JohnE. I "
Mr*. Bert\: KeckBtTTERFIELDS. I Mr*. Horton was elected an Taylor: and Mr*, Wlllaford R.teach .
I .1 alternate delegate! to the state went to Vest Palm Beach
BASE 'conference In March In 6t Augustine Tuesday to attend the meetingand
DINNER GUESTS Mr*. Coleman and Miss tea given by the Methodist
Mr and Mrs Thomas Butter i I,Fern H.Coleman were named alternates WSCS of that city honoring Mrs. FORD LEADS THE WA1
field were dinner hosts Sunday ,: to the natlonaf convention Arthur W Moore, wife of Bishop
} evening at their home a500 I II 'In Washington. in May. Moon.of the Methodist church.
: eqrs.. hehM row Aced}wiA,filgw, I California! Ave Their guests', I 5--
r e".n.efo.M ba owl acre Mr. and Mrs Ross Witham I I IIInd !i Mrs Harriet.Bower of Miami Ms. Dorothy Bendever of Del!
k. J.J Ben Redding. 'r 1 Is spending this week with her trolt Is a guest of Mr, and Mr, For AMERIC?
- f< i'' J J I mother Mr*. Van Smith. L. A. Preasel In St.. Lucie Estate i, .
tITTM\9 INS ITS -a- I j
=':. I end weerh 7 R.e.r DINNER GUESTS !I Mrs. Van Smith had a* weekend Mrs. D D. toebleln returns'

Mr and Mrs M. O Uttmao j I guest her daughter and Saturday .to her home Twin, COMPANY wad Awocutt woo MM mm moll n|MTIBI CONCKMIM nv car*vice'r...
ew Y)w per .'ert'hoats at a dinnerbridgeparty 1 her family, Mr. and Mrs, A. T. 1
f 6 pewdef teYedfhsoms Tuesday evening at their I Beckwith and children Tommy" =:= WESTERN t:
home on Osceola Ave. Quests':and Sherrill Ann. a wr..Y
were Mr and Mrs. Ed. Mennl'ger. 5- .eel.
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Mr. and Mr*. Boyne McPherson Mrs. D. L. William returned 1 _" te._.....
Mr. and Mrs L. Ashby+Sunday' to her home on South' / 1 1 ',tr =:-..::.= UNION -.......-...
.. f01e ATGAIE /rbogast. Mr. and Mrs John M.I;Akron Ave:after a week In Oood, 1 j .....- ...-
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Law )II'. Miss Emma Luckert, Samaritan .Hospital In West : :.
Mist Ida Alb acht. and Percy Palm Beach. Mrs. William la ,I-- lIl, ra.ag W.yara..ft w.fpra ,frfa.. .fs..enatuso ruqSo.iw

Fuge High score prize were recovering nicely Sparbrite is ready to give d.rc'
ST M auon. won by Mr, Mcpherson, Miss -.
fe"Iro al wT oat your floors and rug the : JACKSONVILLE FLU JAN I""
t '' Xuckert and Mr. Fuge Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert )
"' MI rieA.w.e 0a A.ww. ...Al.wq-.w t.L... attention they need. Spar
\ .:: Bruner spent Monday In Miami ORDWAY'IN IOTORS-SU-
LEACHES HONOR on business. brite prices will meet any
r Mr and Mr. WUlaford Ransom Alfred A. Sharp of the Ma- I MADE FOLLOWING TATEMENT WHICH RF/SECTS COMPANY
DJiUS! fiOJlP.) Leach were host at iunch- jestic Apt.. caught a pound Floor expertly sanded( DECISION ON MATTEES BASICALLY IMPORT*NT TO NATIONAL
enn this meek\ at the Breakers blue fish Monday while fishing and flni.hed.; YOU ; ECONOMY 11 ALTJlO HI MORE THAN ONI MILLION'\ OF, OUR
PHONE Hotel Palm Beach In compliment ; with Capt. Wtndfohr CHOOSE THE KIND OF
to Mr. and Mrs C V. Wise e y
o'f o' Columbus Ohio. Covers were! Mr Mrs D D. Kitchens
., -----.-------. laid for 10 guest have returned to Homestead after Uqner, shellac, vai sh, EVERY FORD CAR-fitME MODELS Atf .UCII AS |50 'H
a two-week visit with Mr. I line i or combinat ns
:- .' CATHOLIC ALTAR and Mrs. William Parka. j thereof All coats fare "THIS IS OUR,"DOWNYAYMENT" ARD A CONTINUED

the first meeting of the I is YOUR LIVER"CRYING and Cased or bdkeliU MONTHS. AHEAD, WE BEraEVE THAT THE "SHOCK TREAT-

: ,rx.. new year Monday at the rectory.| lopped al wax MENT" OF PROMPT ACTION\S NEED* TO HALT TilE INSANE
+ l w7 ft. ALL-IN: .ONE: MAKE.ITlOtTVE Catholic church elected the fol' FOR HELP Asphalt the d oleum
.1 CREAMED ABOUT! lowing officer: president Mr. laying availabl
i because of constipation or faulty dljejtlon PRODUCTION WE ARE ftOW NTERING.
Joseph Ritch: vice-president. ? If you feel blllou. sour,
CIIE\: MtKE.lP: bloated with '- -" blo, and t cut
I Mr* Veronica Hendrk-kson: gas Rugs ca
grouchy. you nsay m putts 10o lug .
I Il secretary, Mrs. Charles }f. John a burden on your liver en. and laid
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treasurer Mrs. Otto Kubln.: The digested food becomes putrefactive, e
l : l2JamLJ. Society which Includes women liver caux, keeping toxins,It which from wing overload prop the Rug_ glee d. Pick-u "THE FORD MOTOR COMPA .IS IN THE ,MASS PRODUCT -
from Stuart Jensen Beach. Hobe erly.Then is the time tqrellev*four and deliver aevice,Tacked BUSINESS-MASS PRODUCT N DEPENDS UPON LARGE
] tired liver by )<*Lnc IfWab* helpnature
Sound, and Salerno made .
'1. .h.ue'1 for an active plans\\ sweep U,igujulwactlv* and carpet on MARKETS IT4WILL,. CONTINUE SUCCEED ONLY IF IT CAN
year. partially digested JJF from your floor
,- ctomaeu and inte>tliiVMNothln(acts w I I PRODUCE MORE AND MORE A XUVER AND LOWER COST SO;

: Yom've longed for h.voull loij it- new I ELECTRIC SERVICE 1\I0\'ES just noted like loo food and old Ke OloKa.at loV DM druggists u U. Sanding and polishing .1 I THAT MORE AND MORE PEOP., N' BUY. LARGE MARKET

kind of_k.e-updlal"*ba e aft powderdtk TO KRUEGER BUILDING ,' CALllMS machines for rent. .1I I I PHGIN; TQ DISAPPEAR WHEN ICE* RISE tf "TilE UN-AMER-

{I u.one! Smooth it on "ith Ingertip*, It* Co Electric.moved Service last week and from Repair the, Take 1 ICAN SPIRAL OF MOUNTING OSTSVND RISING PRICES HAS

t' 1 velvet finish stay lovely hjfir: after boar Dehon Bldg. on Osceola to the'<'I .. -- HURT EVERYBODY-SOME ROU L MORE THAN OTHERS

i It it a cream,.M it'*food for1r1'kin. Five Krueger' Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. /I :MANY HAVE NOT BENEFIT, FROM POST WAR WAGE IN
,' s color,to Leon Taylor art owners and! operators CREASES, BUT .HAVE HA TO .SII\ E TilE BURDEN OF
: keyed t to today' come '
keep your face in smartest (aelilon! National Has It At

1 Little Dress ShopLettie I teachers county-wide will be held meeting at the high of West Palm Beach 'IN TilE SHORT VIE\ WE CAN INFLATION, 8' THE

C Dugan Post 'Office Arcade i school Saturday morning Jan. LONG VIEW THERE IS ANGER OF Dt RESSION. H "THE
t 18, at 10 o'clock. Mrs Lou Hill PERIOD SINCE V-J HAS ll .EN UNHAPPY A\'D COSTLY'' PERIODOF

Foster county supervisor, will RECONVERSION. TOf PEACE TIME PRODUCTION. FORD
preside over the session calledto AttentionMartin MOTOR COMPANY HAS 1 ST MILLIONS OF JWLLARS SINCE V-J

I t r SLIP SALE ment discus ot school plans for improve- DAYS: EVEN AFTER AI TAX ADJUSTMENTS. J "BUT THE



Home '
I Order of Eastern Star vlll pay Owners THE .PERIOD, .sEEM TO HAVE STARTED IT\.RETURN TO
r+l Values $3.95 and $4.9 $2.50 her official visit to Stuart Unity NORMAL., FORD MflTOR COMPANY MADE A M DEST 'PROFIT
I Chapter No. 17 FrIday. She will LUMBER AU grades and size, including 2 11 4'*, FOR 'THE LAST THRlE MONTiyS OF 1946. AND Vrtf INTEND TO
I n I I'j be honored at a banquet at t' 2 i 6'*, 2 x 8'*, SHEETING AND FLOORING "-
Little Dres Shop I p. m. at Chlsholms Following
Lettie C Dugan Post Office Arcade '[ place at Woodman Hall at S Yes, We H.elt. Limited Supply Just Received POINT MOUNTI. COSTS AND RISING PRICES VS WAR'
'p. m with the Worthy Grand
't ___ ;, Half and Three-quarter ch FEAR THAT 'THll DANGEROUS, UN-AMERICAN C LE: CANNOT ".


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up$295 Brass Chrome Swfogf aucetTtuvl Fixture SERVES OR BECAUSE THEY ARE STILL LOSING MONEY,-'MANY

1 't < J Largest Display of Aoutehold Good fBvthe (OTHER) ECONOMIC PARTNERS WILL BACK. EACH TO HIS OWN


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NEWS and, Happenings' of' the WEEK IN STUART 111,4- Newt MRS Items 1 office FRANCES for this kef.piper re G noon SMITH mutt oa ,Wednesday retch Society th Editor newspape* r;:!i1;

Home Telephone 11).W Office Phone 3M( > I:
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,IAN/ PAINTED DVEATISINC NEW ARRIVALS AT MISS PIGGY JO ULMER, I. POE HEARS MRS. CRARY I I CLASS HONORS oration and refreshments ther discussion and acceptance,
ATLANTIC COURT; ) WINS!! SCHOLARSHIP I I ON CHILD WELFARE MRS. PENNEY', These request will be brought In addition general long-range I j

Recent arrival at Atlantic I Mrs. Earl J. Bison was hostess' 1 'New appointment were made before the club, at its regular, plans were considered: for bring I
Court Apartment Include: Mr to the P sisterhood Monday I for the "Every Ready" Sunday meeting Thursday evening, Jan. Ing an intellectual type! ,of entertainment I
evening :tOh home in Eldor School class of the Baptist 18, at the Civic Center for fur: to Stuart.
and Mr*. F Wheaterott; Cleveland I',
church at held Saturday
ado Heights Easter lilies and a meeting 1
Mr. Mr
and Ven-
; Rocco
afternoon the
gladioli were. used In effective at home
tra Brooklyn. N. Y.; Mr. and decoration. After the business C. Klckllter Mn W. 01] v B i
300 0 1 I-WAY Mr*. C. Brook And Mr and session Mrs Evan Crary presented Penney.* president appointedMrs. THE STEAK. HOUSE
AP.O. Mrs< E. Hale of Chattanooga .
W. R. Baker first vice-presi
"The Florida SchoolCode"
Tenn.; Mr,and Mrs Earl Dolphof 3 Miles South of Stuart Fed/Hi Way
dent, and Mrs A. O. White and
550011 dealing with the laws on
Cuba, NY.; Mr" and Mr*. H.
Yerdon Mr I child welfare of the past \two Mrs. Leland Bauer a* group cap STEAK + CHICKEN aneVSEAEtJOD_ DINNERS
Jamestown, N. Y.; )
session of the tains. During the social hour .
and Mrs E. Grant of Napier- Florida Legislature PLATE LUNCHES SANDWICHES ,
vllle, Ind. Mr. and Mr C. Mrs. Crary close association member surprised Mrs. Penney
; Beer, Wines and 5ft Drinks
a* they presented her with a
with the work of the legislature -
C Miller of Tom N 1.
: gives her adequate In. birthday cake with lighter candle ," GAS, OIL, TIRE an/A\TO REPAIR
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL Dr. and Mr, P. Sloan, White- r
r formation to share with the and birthday congratulations. -
Open 7 A. M fo3s0\A.M. ''I
burg Ky; Mr. and Mrs. V. San. <
PHOTOS taslero, New York City chapter all of whom are keenly. G. L. Dunning, O r
Intrested in child welfare.

Charleston, HI:, a guest related
SALE i Interesting\ Information of her In a call meeting held Sunday
PROMPT EFFICIENT, SERlKEJlUARANTEED Saturday :Jan 18. 1 1.1 the Nth home chapter; Mrs !Blair: and afternoon at the Civic ,, dry
wedding anniversary of Mr and 'and r
Miss Tena Gunn were members Center officer committee
TROPICAL PHCflSHOPKnieger Mrs J"C, Anthony sr The fam- I I of,the same chapter In Lexington chairmen of the Tourist Club JOIN THE THRONGS
I' ily 0( these prominent Stuart This young member of the }Neb. RSLrpahmenth( providedby heard from T. C. Schreckengost,
) BId,., tyX* To, Hefctern Union residents will gather tor dinnerIn 1946'graduatinr erase of Martin I Mrs.W.N Cr6mer were server recreation director, Ideas for V
their honor Sunday at the County Hip school-the to 14 members and one guest several new projects For \Immediate Attend the
I home of their daughter, Mrs L. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Miss Chee-thee Rlcou, absent consideration was the
C. Klckllter, and Mr. Klckllter Ralph Ulmer of Stuart- n- Miami for several months was request of the Stuart Sailfish {
1 in Eldorado Heights. I tered Florida State College_ welcomed by the chapter The Club for cooperation In the party '
EXCLUSIVE AGENT I for Women In September, la January '20th' meeting will be planned for Jan 23. The Tour- DOG RACES .
YOUTH SIPPER a competitive I examinationshe with Mr, Wm. J Matheson of' ist Club Is asked to place members
FROVES SUCCESS Palm City.LINDA on the hospitality committee
won a four-year
#' FORCENTURY 60 successful was the young ship for teacher IChelar.1. and to take charge of dec at the

people supper 'and program gees annual award by the State GILSON HONOREDAT
meeting Sunday evening at the Department of Education, to BIRTHDAY PARTY 'i
BOATSRICHARDSON Methodist church, that another train specially selected young Linda Ollson celebrated her PALM BEACH
will be held next Sunday at' 6 people for the teaching pro-. seventh birthday at I a party Friday I REAL
p;m. Young people are Invitedto fession. night given,by Mrs William '
A bring a covered: dish and join The only string attached to C Noe at her home on East Sixth Kennel Club
Iii this new type of program. the award Is that the recipient St. Candy ice cream and
Last Sunday evening Mr. H. J.i agrees to teach one year for cake were served to Nancy Oil- ESTATE
WWSERS Greene and Henry Kindred assisted each year ef college training son, Judy Ollson, Tommy Hare,
with supper and Carol 1 under the plan. Miss Minnie Dick Hare, Arthur Rosbury, arid
STUART MARI /SERVICE Smith presented a Bible program Louise Greene ,a sophomore Robert Sheppard jr,
e (Exc unday)
taken from Genesis at ESCW. Is another Lewis
scholarship selectee from Martin MRS. KICKLITER
Phone 33 Stufrt Box 96 METHODIST TO J i county She Is the daughter LEADS WMS PROGRAM Fire/Rac* 8714J P. M

HEAR MRS. BARBER of Mrs. H. J. Greene, owner Mrs Charles McLane led devotions Invetfnuhts
Mrs George F Barber will of Greene Drygoods Store. a* the Baptist WMS held Daily Double 2nd and aces'

present the program at the Its:! monthly program meeting, Ten Races
monthly meeting, of the WSCS GAMES DAY CHANGEDFOR Tuesday afternoon at the church Sales and Limajf Through Qumieila
next Tuesday, Jan II, at 3 p. m TOURISTS annex. Mrs. L.; C. Klckllter pro- out MaruirCounty I
No Minor Admitted
VISITORSWant at the Methodist church, Her Growing inters la shown In gram chairman, presented ,Mrs tr
subject will be "Children of One the afternoon gathering of I Garland Edenfield Mrs H W. W. BTrKTONf
World";Mrs Herbert Sudhoff tourist and visitor for games Munch, Mrs. Alice Bentel Mrs Opposite Morrison Field

A Good Time: ? will sing "In Christ. There I* No and entertainment at the Civic I Andrew Pittman, Mrs C. L. Bog- ..!.-_ Building ; West Palm Beach
Cast Or West" A large gather, Center. Beginning this week the i gets, and Mrs, A. S. Blair In a I
VISITTHE' I Ing a* expected to hear these I Center will be open from 1:00: to i discussion' of the topic "The PHONE 161 I Admission 25 CentsPOWE I
two outstanding 'women, andvisitors 5.00 I each Wednesday afternoonfor lEernal Message For All Peo- I t ty
ROOM are especially: InvIted. for games, the'eponsor-I ple", Other present were Mr*. Home Phone 153-M j
I ship of the ot the Tourist .1. C. Nodine. Mn Merrltt Qer-
In OUld Mrs R. B. _. ..
S Frolics MRS. SHARP HONORS Club. Strangers Stuart are McCullough --
nging GUESTS AT LUNCHEON Invited to join in these Informal Mr, C. H. Munch, Mrs. T. C.

Murray Snyder Plaf s Your Favorite Mrs A. A. Sharp was hostess afaflr j Knowles, Mr., W.O: PenneyMrtiPhU ,
Monday at luncheon at her I 1 Maxwell. Mrs: Wilson #
apartment in the MaJestic. The KARL KRUGGERS McClure Mr. Thad Long, Mrs
A Good Mixed OSAk--Fine Food party honored Miss Madelene DINNER HOSTS Bertha, BaldWin. Mr. Ed Burgess

DRAFTMER Rohr, R. N, of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mr*. Karl Krueger, Mrs. Bob Baker.
Mrs. Elsa Whltlcar and daughters entertained at a dinner party
(PREMUMJPACKA Laura 1C and Joan, of Fort, Friday evening at their home on ALDA GRAYSON GA'S
St.wall. Egret Place. Quest were Mr and MEET AT CHURCHThe
G S Mr*. Leslie Pressel and children,' Alda Orayson OA'* met at NEW "
LOCAtED ORCHID" SHOW SET Shirley, Jean Johnny, and Bill, the Baptist annex Monday afternoon -
FOR MIAMI Mr, and Mr. Harry DeJaager,' with their leaders Mr. J.
Local horticulturist and flow, and,Mrs.,Rose. 4Nelta and son P. Blakeslee and Mrs L. C. Kick-
VICTORY'' BAR er lover' will ,be Interested in liter. After the meetln. punch MOO.OT/1' !
announcement of Miami forthcoming -' TROPICAL FARMS and cookies were served to Jollne y
International Orchid HOME DEMO MEET Klckllter, babel Mathers, ,Jane
Show. Sponsored by the South The Tropical Farm Home and Nancy Morrison, Pam Cross, &/ :, ;id
Florida Orchid Society and scheduled Demonstration group met at Zola Mae Blakeslee, Joyce Har-
for Feb. 7, 8. ,B In Bay- the home If Mr*. Margaret Saw-, rell Georgia Evan, Joyce Eden- w"Y f tr
tell where covered field, Nancy King and Shirley pOWER l
front Park Auditorium theshow Monday a :
NOTICE Mr. Jess Hans, Third Portion of the
promises. to develop Into dish luncheon wa enjoyed by
Atomic Trio I Is No Longer Associated With This Store. .
Mr. Haas ('a Now In Business For Himself In Fort the largest all-orchid show ever Jeanette Clements, Mrs Era 3
Pierce. held In this country.Mpt'lom Reddish. Mr*. Lucile Baker, Miss r
: it
Albert! Hackett
Lucile Inscoe and Mrs. Sawtell i
Despite this loss, the Atomic Service: Power of the Miss Inscoe demonstrated "The Bookkee It Tax
Trio is still Sixty Smiles Per Hour. Jack And 'Kenny Use of Citrus In the Diet Members -' SeP.
are at your service until a new Atomic Ud is found. O decided to sponsor 'a ,4-H O. 1St
Girls rally at Stuart In the near Fler
Atomic Trio Grains of WisdoA I future

Buyer Without Observation Like A
A LEAK W&'I.'"
Without Wing .
START FOR .. Highest Cash For Your Car ....
When .
you buy feed at the Stuart ed Store, you can YOUR PLACESIR
"get thousands of dollars worth information free
gratis for nothing J\ I WONT TAKE FIVE MINUTES A?

fore We deal with farm and ire pplies only* There- We can pay you the O. P. A lyfKfor your cat which bee It's
we are qualified to a 011 better than those 4.
who sell for is as much as yo can *t anywhere and '
a few cents I.... ampler we give away
free Farm Health I booklets't oat us 68c to publi.h.NEW STAY WlfNtf'THE LAWSUNRISEjTOOTQR CKEDw; ,


Wayne Layer'Mash, P, t Bags.. t store 95 $Del 5:05: 311-tf South DixmS WITH 100- TAME COMPONENTS'

,Wayne Grower Mash, Pr t Bags__. 5.35 Fort Pierce, Flsu Telephone 190BARGAINS # '
Wayne Scratch 4. 5.05 The first time you"step omhe gas"with the new SincnivH.C note the smooth >,J ele

Wayne Dairy 20 ,per e" 4.90 5.00 power of this power-packed gasoline' That'i becauseC contains.100-() ) ,,*

METAL VORW octane gasoline component*/-the same components that w developed for ''tf

Stuart Feed ,Store .ar-cime aviation fuel \ 40-1 4


KENNETH STIMMEU.. PHONE{ 210 I 100 ft X f t. In addition to smooth power,H-C also gives you speedy getaways and longer f \.

-.. .L' ... .L ._.,. ._.._ -_ --- ON GOOD HARrtaffFACED ROADS mileage., Try a tankful of flew Sinclair H-C or new Sinclair Ethyl 1 today- h

power-packed with 100-octane gasoline components.SINCLAIR .,



Enjoy.Your',FavoriteDrink at the Bar Radio or Appliance/ roubles?





Osceola-Awe.: Phone Stuart 200' Florida, Udiaatowa, Florida 1

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?AOL rO'JR: mEln"at NEWS. STCAE't. Atartla C.aaty FL IUD.TIIt1I.SDA JAN 11. Uit -


Published every Thursday at'' -
\i'I Stuart Martin County', Florida, I I Il HorliculturaUy SpeakingOver
by Stuart bally Mews, Inc, I"I (Tfriir (Q BratAnterica -&
a Florida corporation. ', Pontiac Mich. CommissionerIn at Laurel, Florida, which Is on the Tamiaml Trail 4 milei

j Entered as second-class I mail j of Venice, Colonel William R. Crave .is operating successful orc

, M matter 'at the post office at : of the. Lychee fruit also called: Litchi and frequently referred to.

t( Stuart. 'Florida. under the Acts ] Inspiring Talk to Kiwanis l Pft'It' I nut because when' dry It has a crisp hard, brittle shell like mm *,

i l s, of March t, 1879 .7 activew6! Ole 'MIIR Colonel Groves motto 'Every home In South Florida! should W

A FREE PRESS Nelse S. Kundnen Hollywood winter resident\ who Is serving i s lychee' tree and every farm a h/cheo' orchard,* and he points ton
34 YEARS QF SERVICE> I his sixth year hi city commisloner' of Pontiac Mich and Is a ,'1' tree which In 1948 bore 300 n... of fruit and brought Its owns jj,

and .'\.. fth.Art forflrtavt.. wI N ........."'" past lieutenant governor of Klwanls International of Michigan RAIl 1ts&spal The Colonel has jut I issued a beautiful folder on tin subject i;'of i h
.. I et..t r"tnMUIlMl' :"'' 1M ,(5.5 N r gave an optimistic discussion of the problem of tile Future ? wetrust/11fIf.>>() trees, ,with a fnitt cluster: illustrate to color, and If you are Inlciru,
I nl aas April Id.
A FREE PEOPLE .ltttp. ..4 .'b. it.... M.......... America in an Inspiring: address to the Stuart Kiwanis club / aedsc aw /i' 1 I suggest you write him
"hrh ,... T'.... even ........II.to'... Ladles' I ; ArI I .
h....b I, t. MtC. Th. Ktwrt Dub.. W. at the annual Night/ banquet ,
will (.IU.*J. tMt..krr I. iNri- ". M 1"1 The vision and viewpoints of the automotive executive, who Thomas Drefcv rams. a living by writing and editing little

]1y?eta"\'lIi.. t.'Lrht\.,. t., .. IIJ.ffumrtlr,! .........kMwll M has adapted Florida ;u his home, brought/ so many requests fora gaunes house organs for manufacturers In many linn of burIn !*

-- -- .. copy of 'his address that the News Is printing herewith the. I winner Tom Beet to the White Mountains. In winter he k,

ItIH..rol/ A M" "'''G>n .... .:,.. .. a........ M...... speech In Its entirety: In the St. Petersburg ..", .hine. He goes everywhere, knows !\ervl j,
i Riwkaf !:-t YteN, :... ..... ...Ad.All.m. M...... I .. .. is a* exceptionally keen observer, stares l his cranium full of l 't,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES BUILDING A BETTER AMERICA for his many monthly magazine he produces 15 or_18 of them r*,

II, 51.11. / 0.. 1s. .. I 'I\ .. \...... ... n." I Because! ol the fact that the motto 8f the Kiwanw month, .different.\ One of them called "Pe atites," Is nnltU( ,

Ad.ertl.n.. nt, ," .," 'In,1: -, -... the rlirht organization\ Is "\V e Build'" it Is fitting that I should peak monthly')by the Golden-Keen Company Keen N. R, whose huiu,
rise A..m'pd .t'r. ,,, : .: I"T n.l,: =i. i! tonight upon BUILDERS And because of the fact that Is to provide ground feldspar for; the ceramic Industry. In the Nmn
r I +h. fw netruallgll Ion III .
un U II
f ... .:... :_ MMMEMBfK i so much Jinn! ben changed and replaced] in our countl')''* I her 1946 Issue of that little magazine, right on the front page'.

qr fliP; AS"5XMTFD.- :. .PRESS oevprnment! durinir cart of our last decade._,._that._ I am sure peared this article
, that most of you irethlnktnt! ---- ----- --I "If you are patient and you can find the solution
;;; ; stupidly these days about many, ; ; '
l. : ; linger
oCl O In good deal along the lines of: to any problem. Edwin told us at luncheon alxnit
t Filled with the champagne -1.
t Worthy Meditation which I shall! sptnk tonIght. I II I !' of'Ictor'f we are staggering nJ an experience of his that illustrates this truth. His hohby in bi I

I As we make preparation for i around the house knocking = \ fIr ?RE {rt111.tsaBBl>Orlj collect seeds' of tropical Or semi.tropical flowering"! trees from
OraO s '- OClo oaoc==:=oaoc: --.0 sthe'yrarahead. I wish to speak' over tablet and chain and! '" se will sa sate shod'Wt OlSOd all parts of the world where such trees plant them
n god word In behalf of America I s ae{ was Yasl see 1YYrrn.i ar to add to the beauty of Florida.
''A dangerous i is !
fallacy i to repudiate! freedom in favor ". making amcsj of the place talking ecuaer rat ae Ii7na 0e/acct __
of an injnown future. What elite!' but our own sturdy re 'snH( the American "Way of Life. l louder: > and not too soberly "Ho received some teak tree seeds. Teak It lint only a mod
liance in I am weary of American / ---- useful wood, but It* flowers are magnificent For two veinEd
freedom the
can explain unexampled! record this I but we !must not lush/ to the
country hat made? In a period!' scarcely twice mlsfti and self-abnegation.peas/-I conclusion that the disordered the Beautiful, the ,fruitful, list living standard In the world. It tried in countless ways to make these seeds procliirtiic
lifetime tt hasrisfn. from my own I tired of the prophets of doom fertile, and the lovely. Is Industry that made rich In He planted them In earth. He tried to soften limn In watw"
1 ,nothingness to become the world'sfrettett house meant that we are hopelewor '
;,\ power. tt hn' become the ark of the covenant of i the I blue-print racialists. the I II I that ri e are without I the Need' We Be AshamedOf comforts and conveniences It Nothing seemingly had any effect on them. They remained'
,\ all those who is Industry (hat has made the
freedom 4 bureaucrats Historic America? wholly unchanged
I u"fn: I will and1Mom'/ of a more constructive : -
r -Bernard M Baruch are these days way of hfe The tables We need not be ashamed ot ordinary American laboring man After two yean of unsuccessful trials, he read a twenty.page
about the' tins of America I have i iI and chairs can be replaced. and I II historic America. What other Addle times better off than the chapter on teak trees and all he learned directly from that was.

I had enough of ifrs and literaturethat I I \the will\ great land was founded by those class, persons of older I that It was extremely difficult to propagate them.' Jlowevw
1111111 I,!11I11111 II II J'" t II'I''1IIIIItii lruiltfinnnunilnurtnrlunnmuu' continually dry that Democtacy [i dared years(houm and, produce soberer an ten-or- ,I seeking' God 1 and Liberty? What land, and .a 'full century above there was a simple statement the effect that ..Itf, <*

W YE EDITOR'S' EASY CHAIR l is interior to communIsm. ', ant. a I I'j I other land exparitied and established labor In other countries One in a teakwood!' forest new teak tree* sprouted.

that we area dying nation that ''' Itself as rapidly? What cannot travel across this land That told Ed what he wanted to know lIe put his remainIng
:Jllllllllll' '11111111I1111I/ '" IIlnlllll;millllllimmilllllmilllHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, I' the time has come for use to America is not dccpdetit. She |i I other land rose as speedily to a without seeing the hospitals, the teak seeds Into an ordinary com popper which he Mi. )

E' erg outs m II'i I 1111"I" I 11 I ,1I11l'I",>< .11\r..ltl'm i | ..I that keeps throw away our Aid fasihoned[ 1 iii not a candldati-ffur the "orlcl'I I'place of world prominence and orphanages. the art galleries, the over s gas flame and eureka! the seeds nipped 'fiat as cnrn

hithwiH' I"t'" i a "I i, 1'1, i but. I think I hii i Old} nn match Ideas about government and rubbish heap Sine Is not a lost International power? What schools and colleges, and the pops exposing the growing element. From those( !'popped
this : economic, and learn the cause There Is not a single prob- research foundations that have the teak In Flexile
"'I ) ',1" : acjf other land has produced men seeds came what are probably fint trees
i i'A ; virile lofty' uptppian techniques lem confron:lrg us that can not and women of greater import- been erected by- the proceeds There's always a way through, over, under', or around sits.
man cashed!' a check at the hank. En route home be solved, and solved in an from American IndustDo not
t. of foreign 1 lands ance or made profounder contributions obstacle
he spent $1.50 for groceries Arriving at home he American manner. We do not '
homes and
: Ladles and gentlemen. I move to the our parks and Institutions *
I counted hit money!' and discovered he still had $2 more deed to mimic t : the"dlweased economics I i' governmental.
: than twice: the that me cease emphasizing our Industrial commercial, and professional all rise to pay tributeto There U no competition between California and Florida 'Tin en
amount cf the check he had and politics of Europe
He written. i eakenesaes and begin stressing ) life of the world? the creativeness of American pots. California has 'em! .Witness this exchange in the Niiveinli
j firu.d correctly that the teller had transposed the { and Asia. In spite of bunglln:
our powers. i move that we bring We have not only advanced Industry! 23 New Yorker' .
:i, figures on the check ...:. the cents for the dollars and waste, and fraud we are still the
the dollars' for I to an immediate end all programs but we have advanced all nations I am tired of hearing Ameri- ,A'petillon signed by 29 persons has been filed with the
tie( cents What was the correct amount leading nation of the world the
of the check as written ? of government and economics greatest free rmtlnn in the Europe would be a madman can business men bankers, and City Council I, asking that three palm t.OD the south wle
\ I that are not in keeping 's empire. If It were not for executives referred to as ".co- of Fourth at between Olive and Alamitoe Aves., removed.
I If Mime av ,ti \\'iJlI'HIH'( forth with a solution with our American tradition. I world the mod trogrriwlve the us Russia would have ,little to nomist royalists" and ''gougers"I It was asserted that they.obscure advertising signs In lIst

"; perhaps I can resume olr l +ping) at night. : move that we begin boosting most comfortable. the moat!'| boast about if she had not copiedour refuse; to believe that the deathof Vicinity., The petition was referred to the city manner'
and the most mod-
f, Before> yuu tart.1il 1 '! >vet (forth a math matit.nl axiom America. regaining our national courageous I I Industrial techniques, and OPA to the result of a big Long Beach (Calif/ ) Fnit-Telepam
ern. With all her fault
'It: that may or mar not, assit i ill the /wlutioni at any rate confidence. rebuilding our nation I weaknesses, and I I our skilled engineers! Asia would business lebb)'. What's the delay'? 'Hasn't anybody' got an suet
}, it hearion the |Ilrol, !>li in, The axiom i is this : when the dol- economy, rededicating ourselvet -.i prefer the United j( Indeed! be "The Greater Asia", I am fed up with the political

e.l', I lars and cents in check u' wrenied, (for example : $W.:20! to the building I II of a nobler(' States of America to( any other but an Asia enslaved by Japanif philosophy so well exemplified!' And yet on behalf of California t want to observe that the /4U

'?'t' becomes $20.!r 0)) the dfffmnif. between thee two figures I nation by American methods' I II country face of the or government on In the it were not for .these, United by Phil Lafollette when he walked standing nurserymen<; arboriculturists and horticulturists of Ih.it St..,
:I is exactly diviibl b>' 99. and the number of times it it Are Such Motions Reasonable* history) earth yes, or all States of America.. onto the Speaker's pdatform have sat down and prepared s I list of 95 tree recommended M ,lin

t divisible t try IIU M thM ff mi* j between the cells and the I There are thousands of people The stitutlon eX the Valued( at apalitleal taffy, sat down, and way planting ln the southwestern States I wish the .tree owns

,i dollar, (In the aMeHfijple\ < the difference\ f.29.70 isexactly In this-country feel that; Why Are We Disturbed I Sta.tea. with Its Bill of Rights, to began milking a cow that had Florida would prepare such a hat for this State Friday of this wet

I divttiy\ *; bviW< )\ \shtet}
'.\ a ei They!' are satisfied to boast that Why do our people go around political and social document in did ae, "If you elect me to office thinking and talking and acting on tree planting. Whatever we ib

I often think about )l0/l/set FreakV\ >m kv He( woik- |I".e are already the finest, rlch- I|with bowed heads? Why do they I Mstorjr-.-a document in which all this if what I will do to the lets do It intelligently, with a plan. E. A M

t ed for me faithfully a* a report: for many jean. Twenty [j, est, strongest most progressive talk as if we lacked the courage men everywhere may take pride rich people *f America."

I \\t I .Jem, ago! I last week he )puMwhed on this editorial page) an ': nation In the world They see no I and the Intellect to return to since all have benefited by It. As an American I am against labor of those who produce the lanes for centuries to comet V,

1 i, article entitled ":New Sw Kew>'tuiOB" It must have )[I particular need for immediate our full Democratic way of life? IlaJLnot our constitutional government this country being handled and weapons of war and equippedour cannot afford to supplant got-

I had! some' merit becanw Mrs, harley McPherson clipped i action I concerning self-improve- '! Why should, the end! of OPA I and eur American mishandled by big anything men for victory We can be eminent by law for governing

j it and saved! it: Her *. ,itt Boyne wa leafing through Mrs j I Ith : ment They are the ones who' (Ul ui with fear._we whit lived "WaY' Of Life"' g inn" the' .hnn.- pe It Bit Business, Big Govern Justly grateful to those who by will, government by principle

!'tors 1ibl4l':
> ei ro
I F: "' inn all the dates iron 1 I'lfl! to I I'JIT as the supreme master over the' should the passing; of the bureaus : ter life? time we re-stres that fact. of the men In our Armed Forces I love my land. She U not i

i 'I lives of Its citizens, In Its economic i in Washington seem to us Here the downtrodden have It Is time we stood up and came from ranks of labor and vague geographical mass. tt*

NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS vDtirinjf aspect It Is I characterizedby the collapse of government whenwe been remade into free men. Her shouted It. It Is time we wentto served with faithfulness and Is places I know and love. Sir

ISt7) 1 ,shrill!t !) (,i tlde'al'or) l to 1 KIP in every man I complete State ownership' built this country without the untaught Immigrant has the polls and did something valor For all such blessings wean Is not merely millions of P*
meet the image and 1J11t'11t' of God I shall not we an : and control of productive'prop- the braln-trusten and the watched hU children go to about; It. grateful.. pie, she II Moe and George Mi?
I shall) fiernl i er y. I starry-eyed socialists? Why do'A'e school and On to'prominent We, want a better nation with and and John, SIs
J enemy nee a \ I shall not See a thief, I shall But let us all hope pray and Martha Jim
I If it were possible. I should fear to return to those Democratic places In business, good and
government wages fair prices anda
honest Bht
nee an I'tIlUlutJllot nee a ruffian I shall see a I that union leaden are going to not merely a map. '
I ''i iretitleman/ J shall nut I.elithan\\hollltrY.ing.toinjure like to see the thousands ef procedures and principles and In the profeslsonsl Here the plenty of everything! We want purge their ranks of hoodlums streets and streams, hills ale/

I 'f t i me I shall see a man \h. Wliuld bc' glad to: help me. I 'communists who have Imiltrat- that colonized this land, despised!' have been welcomed, a flourishing land. But only pro- and gangsten and e onvlcta- valleys, buildings and farms the

shell nt see a wicked! Iloma4l. I shall see II good woman. ed into the government agencies! pushed back the frontiers clesi" nurtured and trained for use duction ean determine good That they will not Jeopardise the I know as well as my own how
r of this, In ed the farms, built ful living! 0
,; Washington' our cities: Every department of wages and fair prices. Freedom
and of She is
lat ]p to and other places, back' and Industries and enrichedthe our national
life from
has want la
think all .. helped based on production and the! nations .f the i land, bt
: ot plenty for -- ..aflwd b honest indqitry In. Because know this
I > : to a land which entire globe those
they tell by who
us we our and
'I concepts came as Immigrants production Is based
'\' stead of hatred, I Mbllll look for Io\e. Instead. of discord, should adopt, but which of Industry. to on world, out of spite, and In orderto cause she la mine, because I 110.
they do commerce and gove.tnmen a new life and a better encouragement from
I ,f'' I shall expert! harmi>n\ Instead of thmkiny of sickness I not want any part of. If l1'ft.,!: \? Truly America has been one.the and :cooperation from government laborI get their way regardless of her, I am eager to tee her pro

I 1 X1,1;::1 shall think off health, Instead> the thorn the rose :I I the communists !in this country i iI l Need. We Be Ashamed haven of the helpless and (tie Since industry has helped makeus national I feel economy Over the long per and progress)

I / I hall refuse w -.'" i evil j) but shall 'look for the good ,l I who believe in that theory could Of Geographic America. hopeless transforming both Into great Industry must be permitted -' years the matt who sure works we, bat ean I trust am This fact brings me to !If

!ii/everv. person I me'it I chall not expect to meet a liar, |I spent three weeks In Moscow We are proud of geopraphlc men and women of confidence, to produce In order that not sure of the men who organize closing point and my main poM
t but all a\''' a truthful mui In-ttad of malevolence, I I they would be glad to come back America. Our land is a land of courage, and accomplishment' we may go on to greater great! and lead the worker That this country caw haW

'I look foi benevolence* : instead nf rancor and strife, I to this country and accept this beauty fertility, productivity, and we can be proud of such a'' ness Industry equipped and since they themselves seldom everything that. It needs fall
I8hall. are -
li look of ptiCII'lId imit\ .I great Democracy of ours. and grandeur. The great lakes history! armed the greatest Army and from the rank of labor., of the bureaus In Washlit

Knowing that (God govenoa. I shall nht enter Others feel that my motions and the turquoise gulf reflect Need We Be Ashamed Navy and Alrtorce in history 1 Need We Be Ashamed. ton and In our country 1ft

with fe.ir of anything It may hole). I know that God Is tho come too late. They point out the glory of the heavens. The Of Industrial America? I Industry enabled us to win the. Of Our OewstsaeiitT abolished and K our new congress '

:' j universal patent and that he will not let any evil befall .1 I: thacome America is already decadent mighty redwoods of California I stand here today to express, war and when helped by (gov Wben I think .t d ) win enact laws Immediate

a child (d Jim. who trusts him. V I shall] reverse my past I' disintegrated. and doomed. the Douglas fir of Washington, my pride, In Industrial America! eminent and labor she canon go I think of the my constitution government ty to curb the activities of <*

fears 1\ It courage fur the lutuiel : They contend that there Is I the Norwegian pines of Minnesota Many think we should b* i to win the peace 'an. the Bill of Right t labor unions/ I want to lay till

l>urinK I the year l'M7' I shall try to love my .neighbor I I nothing we can do to forestall!: and the long leaf pines of ashamed r Many feel that whenI Need 'We Be Ashamed! think of ear free enterprise system that I have a great respect I.

I an row'If. I ahnll try to see that his interests", are mine. I the final collapse of our Democracy i Georgia speak of the creator of speak I should emphasize the Of American Labor and our system ot courts Tom Watson Florida's Attornq/!
stall to realize! i They are ready to haul : gardens; and trees. The beauti-, Inequalities and Injustices I make General, for his outstandll
try : t that we both are parts of an infinite of no apologies for I think ol oat free press, freedom
WJioli that we both are ideas! of one universal Mind. down the Stars and Stripes and I i ful Blue. RIdge mountains atand our land, the problems of mln- American Labor, 'During recent. *of speech and assembly, fight on the closed shop movement
substitute a Red Banner. In awe before the vast plains orttlea, and the problems of race years. labor has been "" ,' making Florida the out
I shall rut! spend all of 1)47 in for dollarsanrUtnts 'I -con.aclous' freedom of opportunity. I thinkof
us ;
I disagree with both that separate them from state in the Union which bII
these Many
world the loftier see only the germs that and self-centered It
: I shulI also work for a better I shall not I those leaden of yesterday who
groups. America Is far from more solemn, mnr .. taken been successful against U.
being m. the national body and baa been adolescent
devote nil the tiMe( n an effort to helll myself! : shall! also I driven byyoung produced: this lane. and made
l tr Ui help my community. my state my country the great nation she can be- I !Jeatlc rockle. From Maine to i see not the body Itself They: art strength without creative her part of our heritage rjnton. leaden,
o Right npw she is like an Miami from San Francisco to. all for destroying those' germs mental exertion.: But labor In recent Mo. I am not ashamed of Communist labor leaden &"
adolescent boy, full of high spirit, New York, ours la a land< of even though It means death to yean ha been under some government which to the my using the unions not to prot*>
You who are ifi\ <'n to the habit of making resolutions drive love of love homes and health .
play of and the *
action happiness patient. Many would strive organizers and leaden whose American the men who belong to tb
at the beginning ot the year, think of these things the I, but without sufficient mental One
seven paragraphs you have just read They have a deeper i grasp of consequences. We I Ii fragrance of honeysuckle and en are tyrants, and all !bankers ; and In many, many instances some governors, and other \ confusion may lead to the acceptance
significance than 'II.P1\"lIr8 the surface poll
on I live too much by Impulse.America'a magnolia without hearing the traitors. Many would dwell at not legal: tlcal leaden. I am ashamed of of, Ult principles d
If you will take them and make them a part of your i adulthood is still echo of courageous cavalry and gory lengths on the dehumanIzing I There are over 'fifty million political machines that rob communism Until these' lab

life they will >nerve> you well. Read aupjerfically, they are i ahead. she is still growing, she the soft voices of lovely +ladles.. de-personalizing Influence people! In the ranks of American of our votes U government. us I leaders are purged there, will lit

4 perhaps almost meaningless ; road understanding they Is yet to know the full' powerof Iverywhereln America our forefathers I of the machine age, They would labor and only about II million am ashamed of our representatives no' security for anyone' in tW
: are illumined and seen to have actual practical value In.the her maturity. When that day rise to mm us on to our blame the slums of American are members of unions. Labor wlen they trade country.

market place of life. There is a pint behind them which cornel she will be more serious maturity, to building a better I \Industry, and all else that seems unions should, and WIll. have a welfare for votes our national ,
that Klwanls organisationU
-isiill-powerful r wholly beneficient about consequences\ about risks and nobler nation by American amiss In government and society, large voice In America future they may remain la office. a* aa taklK
1 Watch your thoughts/ They have a great deal more about run for Its. own sake, and methods keeping faith with all I am not defending the sins but they are dangerous until But I wovld remind that side with concerned,: with *
either Industry
la( 'da with your success or failure than many of you haveinspected. 'will settle down to live by reason who have lied fQr this land, all of American Industry and they they rid themselves! of those then U a great difference you between labor. The best Interest, of .>

/ Displace thoughts of failure with thoughts .f In a reasonable manner, who have prayed for her divine have been many Big business who would sacrifice a nation an administration and are served when both happf'
our are
i Success: the kind God thinks. Train yourself to think cleansed of Immaturity and fired destiny was un-American in its heyday for the benefit ot a minority government,.no government Is and Klwanls Is naa

poistiv) thoughts instead! of negative ones. There are divine by strong intellectual concepts! I Every state In this union has of power and privilege, as un- group In labor. I hope the day our total system, and the admin- organisation prosperous. to. tell 'P P*

I heights which you may scale if you will, We are a young nation, and its place.of significance and It* American as government 'and is not far off when Congresswill Mratton is but paving' phase how to think but it Is the iacrH

"And good may ever conquer ill, being young we are not always own Pf'nonallJat of values. May labor are today But I would underscore develop sufficient courage .f It, Administration change duty of Klwanians' and all wspuwibl
't r Health walk where pain has trod ; wise In evaluating life. We ,are be the clouds over Florida' are this observation' : to make labor unions amendable but our government remain -. / eltiaens. to assist l II
young, and being young we are I empties coming back from Cali- American business are to law. until that
An man thinketh, so In he men socially time r hopel < provleSng the general! P"bwwith
t Rise, then, and think with God." prone to'play at our work and fornia. Perhaps Tennessee Is the euuciou today and are comes I do'not see how we can W. .are thinking .Uwao days complete facts on both side*

..,.. ; -::..-.. and wisecrack about many sacred genteel southern state, and Wisconsin as eager as anyone to see labor have Industrial peace and national of tow, to 4treamUn Congress of bade taste and urging otfertteene
solemn rites and the
proceduresWe moat beautiful. We proeper and '
) fIt succeed prosperity We might very wiselychange to think.- act In tf
PROFF POSITIVE' are young, and being youngwe need not envyt! There 1 fa sufficient .The sins of Mg business Is Here, too, I would) emphasise tome men, now. In office an4 eoMaaoi with their eooclusloni

are constantly rushing In ; advertising material ;tot po defense for the present sins the,fae> that American laborer discard ;',
t} Ross; "Do you believe in life after death t" some running$ for of- As Individuals members of trf
where angels fear to tread, substituting each state and each hat its of big \ the .
Office "Yes government and big.labor. are highest skilled, hlfj&aat He*. and. alter marke. 4
: boyj sir am toe erutilMtlon we can
i' force for place In the
principals, htatoan4 futureof Let us not this paid, best
forget other
housed moat com.fortabU *f the> ptwttMt of .
Boss "Then everything% in order. After had expediency for ethics and this M... .. tam But when UM entire pia'
you rationalism great land. fact: American Industry has sgttfreest people In ton but $
the nope our omtttattonwrvlve
J berehlp'beilna. projectJ
gone for the afternoon juisterday to bury your grandfather, for spiritualism No, we have no need to be mad us great It is Industry world a
.he came in to see ypli.'V-Skweek, Granite City, Illinois. I admit that we are acting 'ashamed, pt ,American-America that has and float xr'eealaBaM- aottsn Is started. and pal
,t 11"11.II. the highest o' We can be proud ef Asuiioaa *.** Wsm> f........... tbksgs am -. iasagS MaMed ,':

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I .SOCIAL NEWS tf.Stuart 8 Mrs Harry frwlnglehurst entertained -. SCOUT COUNCIL 1-- '
II: p Repairs and at dinner M dsyltilgll' hew jeweler, Russ
All Martin countlans Interested -
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ot: oemo oft; oooo-----oou In celebration of her husband -' In Boy' Scout work are Invitedto 'I ROTARY SUBJECT Datba. wHo has opened shop In t
SERVICE ParbTJER 6t Lucle Estates and will live '* birthday. The affair was I-----r------ held at their home, "The Sea ing of the Gulf Stream Council Osceola ave., Is another former
ARNOL ; here.Mrs.. Catherine Prasse of Cindanati Horse", Quests were Mrs L M Tuesday, Jan. 21':'at the Baptist I Stuart Rotarlana called on E. service man who returned to
I er of the Stuart Hotel,la making ( accompaaled by :Mr. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs R. Swan- Church :2 I blocks south of Qkee I A: Menninger Wednesday to this seetlon ot Florida becausehe

St. Luc" leuleftrd Phone 142-W her home there Mrs Kraemer and ,Mr. Heman, is pending sen.of Freeport L. I., and Mr. ihobee Road on S. Olive Ave In,I discuss the origin of Arbor Day enjoyed Ma service stay here. a..
was formerly )stewardess at four weeks at the Stuart Hotel. and Mrs ,Herbert Thayer- West Fain Beach. \In the United States and. of Dalba served' two and a half
Hotel Taft Hew Haven, Conn. Mrs Rosa Wooden and daughter 'i The'' training session 'ls from:Florida i observation of the national years at the Amphibious base
Mr. and Mr. John Kelly d and J ,rOMEROV HONORS : event. In Fort Pierce where he was in
Mrs. Lawrence Ray- S to I:30 p. m with dinner at
Springfield, Mase. long-time mond and daughter of Hllli- DAUGHTER KITH PARTY 11.30. H. B. Kraft vice-chairman! Dennis Hudson, program charge! of landing craft"boat repairs
WHITE HOUSE friends of C, D. McQuade ot the fale Mich: are making headquarters Honoring her daughter, Mm ef Martin County Council. has"chairman .who Introduced the known at the M"at R division A.1I .
MILK Stuart Hotel, are ae&lOlcuesla at the Stuart Hotel D. t>. Loebleln of Twin Lakes, ticket and reservations should speaker expressed the pride He was a ship fitter, first
Tall Can .. .
3 .36sOUR
there. Kelly was far 2t years while t.k1nlln points tf Inter. Kent, Ohio, Mrs, i. R. Pomeroy, be made with hint.by Saturday, which the community shares In class petty officer He visited
OWN BLEND manager of Hotel, Charles, est en the east coast Sr. was hostess at liacheon- I having a citizen known as The frequently Stuart and has
Springfield '01hi, tint trip 'Flowering Tree Man" who was many friends! in both Matrln and
TEA l/ -lb. Pkg. :17o Mr. and MM. James B. Brat bridge Saturday. present Mr. and Mrs. Milton Poorman
out U the Qulfstream, he land- Mrs. John
Mennlnger, Mm
: kn of Cincinnati who spend wart
Vfrlh. fkf. 31c e4 a 7 loot 8Vb' Inch sailfish! and and laughter, Marcia, of Card*legislature' set aside 'specialday [
every winter from Christmas Joe Oroenlees, Mrs., Glenn De- Ington, Ohio, arrived Tuesdayto a Russ Is from Mew York City,
JANE PARK PLAINDONUTS : U pro'dlr wearing the Stuart 'to April 1 at the Stuart Hotel Berry\ Mrs Harris Lowery,,,,,Jr.,' spend a week as guests of'I for stimulating an Interest where he grew up in the'jewelry ,
Pkjr. of Dozen .ZleAIRMAIL Sailfish! Club button. He fished are her tor their Current visit I Mrs,M. Q Llttman Mr. Charles Mr: and Mrs,Frank E. Glass \ trees and promoting planting business of his father who ha
with Capt Sa'under* on the Hi- M, V. Dunavant of lakeland, Roberts and Miss Ida Albracht: a- I\n them throughout the state operated a shop there for 50
BRAND unpeeled Hook. Mr. and Mri Kelly considering Menninger told ot the work of years He and Mrs Delta
who registered! t Dee. 9 "for a tew High score prkses went to Mrs. Mr. and' Mrs. Harris Winston J ; are
APRICOTS No. 21/, Can ,\ making Florida their days" has liked Stuart and local Lowery and"Mrs. DeBerrylytCSBYTERIAN left Saturday for their home In J. Sterling Martin of Nebraska now looking for a horn! In Stu
permanent home fishing 10 well, he is still here., \ I i who Is credited with having a ,art.
Washington C. after visit
_,..- owi, "iuKiK..Mtinc. iw to; > Edwin C 1 Pettit, retired attorney R; L. Hamilton and 3. PieroUl : ,. CHOIR with Mrs. Winston sister a Mrs.I national Arbor Day set In 187

of. Bloomfleld, N ,A,.'ii Pittsburgh, representing the GUILD HEARS, REPORTS A. C. Courson and Mr. Courson. and of his acquaintance with TEACHERS MEET
a season guest at the I Stuart National Steel Corporation Mr. Ruby Brown of Palm City Sterling granddaughter of West AT INDIANTOWNThe '1 l li lt
FRESH Palm Beach who has worked for
CARDEN Hotel He is building home In '
a Stuart I
spent lour day at the was hostess Wednesday night to Mr. and Mrs. Frank: N. Llsk
FRUITS AND VEGETABLESCRISP Hotel last week (he Presbyterian Choir GoUU, of Stanhope N. J., arrived last beautification.In this state Class Room Teacher*: As.
'Lt. Col Derby Crandall, Jr:, Members heard Ilnal! report on week for a stay at' the Majestic sociatlon met at 0.30 on. Mon.
and & F Nolan of the War As- the pre-Chrlstma hotel. day, January 13 at the Seminole
FLORIDA rumnage NEW ENTRIES IN Inn In Indlantown. A delicious
,., Nt Administration Washington <<-;' sale and bazaar. Those present e -
CELERY.ORANGES 'DC, spent last week. at' were Mrs Herbert Dugan Mrs. Mrs M. B. Long of BcllefontePa meal! was served in the hotel
the Stuart Hotel. PatU River' Huff. Mrs Fannie' and Mrs. Allen S. Carman dining room now under the man-
FISH CONTEST agemnt of J. 1 D:>. Pel ton, former
Joseph Taylor of Pratt-Whit- Jackson Mrs Berta Stuart;''MrsFthel of Tyrone, P4, are here tor a
2 Stalks19C 8 a.LB.. 33c tty: Aircraft Co., Hartford Conn,I Walker, Mrs. Betty Tllian months visit with Mrs Long"* manager of the Victory Hotel
restaurant .
Mrs Marie Pressel, Mrs. Ella sister, Mrs. Van Smith, on East
DELICIOUS -&oz. She FOR IKFAiTTS BENEFIT CAME; PARTY I Wilson Mrs. Ruth Hall Mrs Fourth. St 7'2 Pound Caff topsail, 7- The, teachers attending' wtre'
AT PARISH HONSEThe IM I Pound Black Bass Carrie H. Caveny. Mary Ellen
O Llttman, and guests MiV e -
APPLES LETTUCE ALFAR MI public U Invited to a bene- Price French, Mrs Mildred Miss Flora Stanley, county This Week Manlon, Mrs Blllle Huddle Ruty
tit game party at the Episcopal! Ilrabh, and Mrs Arthur; Dohon school nurse, has just returned i K. Loy, Mri Agnes MuUuUft? i
The Beat M nty Ca Rey Parish House Friday afternoon, I ----------- from Lakeland: where she! attended Others may compete for the I Fannie Brown Ivy Plrtle. Olniy
2 LBS 29c:2 Head. 2Sc BUY 11 S Jan. 17, at 2 o'clock. The event. PORT FFWAU;, ITEMS a Red Cross nursoo Institute : sailfish but Hiram C, Blooming-I II [Eurlt, Fannie Jackson, Hazel
I I. the Women's dale. Stuart winter resident, has Orman Eddie Lee Smith Edith
sponsored by \
Mr. Mrs. Carleton B. Adams
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:- """' -'M.7 Auxiliary of fit Mary Episcopal -I have arrived from Chicago' proved a specialist In the "sail Glenn, Mrs F D Jones, Mrs
FRESH. I Alf ar Cr cry church Prizes Vlll! be given to spend a month at Sunrise: Mr' and Mrs Ernest Davis cat,'" of the St. Lucie River' Carl Roth, Mri Harris Lower.
for each table and refreshmentswill Inn who have been at the S'. Lucie 1 region which put up a grand sr., Harry C. Webb Jack Smouse
MUSHROOMS 35c WEST p a H be served. Hostesses are MMWllHam Andrew Berkey, "who has been hotel, hve taken an apartmentat fight on light tackle Mr and Mrs. C. H. Kindred 1.

.Pint Casket .. ... .,. 456 Flamingo'-. Phe 7175 ,O. LIU and. .Mrs. P. M. Ili New Yerk for fIe boat show the Edgewater for the remainder Mr Bloomingdale, who Won! A. Douglas, ad Den Romanello( .
-- -- ------ ---- the .
U'S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES : Colvllle I wll return big week!!:, aocom- of the seaSOn. gafftopsall trophy In the ----- -
I,> !pftnled by George' A. Horton e- Sailfish Club last year, again Baker, and Mri and Mrs. Loon
39c r Peter Berkry !Is expected this Mr. and Mrs. J, Leon Taylor I stands ate the head 'of that list L Jones, [tr.
10 u. week from Chicago to spend, the have moved from St. Lucie Blvd. I with' a 1%) pounder. entered this .
*.,*:"."* *, --.--.- -- week, :
to the Atlantic Court apartments
The citizen should
I average lie
PORTO RICANSWEET 8ad I Stn-On Samuel Dick, Y
"etBeat4zIr Brooklyn. N the most concerned about fe"ertry .
... !entered ,-lb. black bass Ed
e. .
Frederick left
POTATOES 27c I Spencer Sun* He I* the ultimate pur.
3 Lbs lay! for New York to attend the Mrs Evans:' Crary Is In Tampafor Ingle of Indianapolis, Ind. entered chaser of lumber and the byproducts +
--. _. .-- t; :/' boat irow. a viral .with her mother. Mrs I an 8-lb. sea trout of tress

SNOW WHITE 1. : IFNI ,''fJ.rACp. Mr. and 10.... Bruce Young: fAlkitoo W T. fc'cKewn I .Among many good sallflshing _
f catches of the week was the I4WP
( Kan' are at tiDe Inn. 'e I I
CJUUFLOWR RLB. .' .20c _' tVfQffI: Q 'oQUALiTY for tai seasonTOCRIST Mr. and Mrs 8, M. Drhuff 7-foot, 6-lnch Silver Button fish Fort Pierce, F rids 1
(-I .: i and daughter' Mary of Con-,landed! by Mr*. Q. P. Bernier, PhonFREDERICK '

ASHMWOOUQ T' I jl CUB ellsvllLtt, Pa. arrived last weekto Cincinnati, Ohio, fishing from L. RTER j'
''TO SEE filM spend the winter. ''the "Opah" Wednesday with Foot Spec ,
SOAP 2 25c Leon of .
BARS \ The monthly meeting and e Capt Owensburg Ky. Room
covened dish supper Af the TourIst Mr. and Mrs. J. Leon Taylor|Capt. Leon Carman, Walker Sunrise Theatre ldgj ,
I Club will be hcdd Thursday, and son have returned: from I I Jones of Owensburg, Ky, landeda 0

NIBLETS BRANDW KERNEL >I Jan, 13 at the Civic Center, at19pm. North Carolina where they spent I 7-footer on the same ,trip.

2-ox.. I All tourists and wintervisitors Die holidays They visited their
Meats 'and Groceries
CORN CanCans. 29cNabisco In Stuart are Invited. parents In Golasboro and friends' STUlRfMEfTATHIGHWAYMEET ROTARY C BST

i (feature of the program, will bea l In Klnrton. a szaY
::::-- ,. w. d.= Iona
film of -
St Augustine, oicfcst( ,
Can Always Be Made At CNSHO ORlht,
,city la the United States whichplllselSt'l Mrs A. O Pittman left yesterday FRED SCAP
20 le Tear I ,il d.rA *.,,
for little Rock, Ark.,.
a wealth of beauty and
RITZ Mb. pkg. 27_\ BO .,.....Ise16ox. I I historical Interest The \picture where she will visit her son-in- JAMBS PSGBA S.dV '

Pkg. ANTHOiNY'SYou will be shown through the edur- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs .? -
Sunnyfield Pancake tesy of Nell Bishop! of Stuart D. A. Wood, City Commissioner Bob Baker,
FLOUR 20-oz. pkt. Keystone ince |d
.! 1- .. C D McQuade, owner of the
Skinner Raisin MEAT 18 ..3265lasening Can Get ExtraIfYouChooee FOO A UE''Into Your Meals t SUPPER SEPftBD TO Miss Annie M Hay of Ply- Stuart Hotel, and Luther Dam: Quick please Service Vw* try 349 to
mouth, Mich. came In by plane ron, St Lucie Hotel owner, who you Inqfi at +r
BRAN .1 ,the Best. EPISCOPAL WOMEN W. 6th St. P. BQ Kj04 .
Pig ]I: i O/
_._-....;..... St Catherine's chapter of the Sunday to visit her brother-ln attended the Daytona Beach Florida
Sell Corned fork, BELLS ,,_ _9cI I: YOUR FAMILY DESERVES I Women Auxiliary of St Mary's, lw and sister Mr. and Mrs C. meeting of the East: Coast High- SYDNEY Stuart, JONES
A. Lees at St. Lucle Inlet Farms association last week end,
HASH 16-ot.. Caa.fVMPKIN ... c: Crocker P. THE FINEST F ODS Episcopal! church\ met for supper nay
.Betty : I and .an inlormal business' She will visit friends- Miami icported that an all-out cam-
Oleo SOUP 3.pk.. .._. cHormel" Make It A it To ShI I|nesting Monday night at the before returning home In February paign to combat unfavorable
NUCOA.1-ib..pkr..39 .. j I parish house. Those presentwere : publicity of this section and to T .y.- MilllTodaJ
I I _.e stimulate tourist I business I on 4 4It
I Mr*. A. N. Schouten. Mrs Produced' P +
&t SPAM 12..oz. Can..39c i EllJar.th Madeira,' Mr*. Plxlej; Mrs George L. Steelman and the east coast will be launched

...___.20c ANTHONYtM13MBER Cheek. Miss'I Alice Dehon Mr. little son, Bendy left Tuesday on Immediately and
No. 21/"' Can Dog Candy'CHARGE Ted Preston, Miss Matilda Fenton the Champion for their home In Subjects such as untrue publicity
..... .. ::190 Past 'z
-- and.Rev. R. M: Fenton. Atlantic City, after spending the money gouging bad accommodations
Vanflamp ; holiday) with her parents, Mr. lack of accommodations In Martin
KIDNEY BtANt.J8c Cut-Rite Was STUART PTA HOST and' Mrs A. T Van Tassel of St speed traps, closed tyBarat's
No.: 2 Can PAPER 125 ft....__.ISc I TO COUNTY COUNCIL Ladle Crescent, and Mr. and roads while repairs are under

Economy < GroceryHOME Martin County Council PTA, Mrs P. L. Steelman way, necessitating detours, and Daity,
-e- Junctions at which unauthorized -
will meet at.the high school
OWNED, fRIENDLY'' OPERATED auditorium Monday, Jan. :DO, at Mrs Harry! W. frazier left persons are directing traffic P. O. Box 1042 Stuart
SWIFTSJEWEL ,' will Monday night for Atlanta to away from the! East Coast
SHORTENING M Akrea An. 141<< 3:15: p. m. )he Stuart ....
a. WE BEUVEB: Telephone
N be hast All Interested In PTA visit Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Webb were discussed' at length In an --------- -------
work Invited. Cf Brlarcllff Rd., after spending effort to take concrete motion .he
1 c I are the holidays with her family to oft-set any loss of tourist tie
.. .36c441O. the Avery van Tassels business to which the eastern hee
-. "r-- part of the state Is entitled.TB .
'" i She Is A Wise i)' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beas return Regiite d
I to Stuart tonight after a SEAL SALES TOTAL Civil er

CHOICE: WESTERN. MEATS' : Housewife' Who Shops' .l[, l") tttt'CROMER'S and weeks'Pensaeola trip to Miami, Tampa $1,057 TO TOP RECORD Anl

AA GRADE I FRESH PORK at x<, ...... Christmas Seal Sale now Land Su8t leof
Round or Sirloin I Mr.and Mrs. W. Howard total $105745 Mr. P. L. Steel-' vey

PICNICS Swart of West Reading Pa. are man, reported to the T B. and, rlj lorida

STEAK. spending pine time at the home Health Association I meeting i Phone te6-J 0,
ut Mr. and Mr*. Homer Hudson Monday. Last year' total was
69c29c on California Ave $992: vyh

LB. .. _. .... ,- e "While other Florida counties
--- __ ...- Where You Wilt Find Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Daniels of lag behind last year"* record
A GRADE SLICED : STANDlN.CS RIB: Coral Gables spent the week end from 10 to 20 per cent, Martin

with Eev and Mrs W. G. Ald- county sale increased nearly
I tidg, 10) per cent. AU but 200 Invitations s 1
BACON69c ROAST59c e _, to seal the fate of T. B
MEATS, GROCERIES and V ABLES Her and Mr. Arthur Riviere has been answered., Those remaining e
LB. ui.,,,.,. of Cocoa were Sunday dinner still have, a chance to i Im rAnaTlAc

PORK'LOIN END CUT KAHN'S TENDERED at FAIR PRICE guests of Mr and Mrs' A. C. make Martin county outstanding
Course In the state Mrs Steelman,
ROAST .,. continued. :

f PICNICS43c MAN CHARGED WITH Also on the agenda were continued

FodftStoreCROMER'S STEALING TWO GUNS plan for the Heal Mo-
LB 43c Uf The Compete bile Unit, which I I' eomhit to TAX AND T .

Cleveland Floyd Perryman, Martin county in May M V UTIGAT Cacao

MARKBTvavrvo employee of Olympia Ice Co., for These attending the meeting Tlru Ins
I a week, was returned here Wednesday wenr-Arnold Bauer, Mrs. Lloyd
\ : > 'PATE Inn- R. from Danla by Sheriff Travis.; Mrs., C. L. MooneIra. FLORAESTIL&

\\iiIjIiJ\ "" rTE 'DELIVU PHONE M 0. :M. Hancock?charged with Lou Hill roster. Mrs P.k. meal-
taeft of a shotgun and .23 rifle man, Mrs. Earl Bicou, Miss Mary
WHERE 5lillVlc&.eOUNn- WINg from E.. A. Burt who live just ShaekeUord. Mrs Inn' Taylor, JIM ItsTVAar

no/th of the south Martin county Mr*. J,,D Parker C, C. Christopher -

k : line. Mis*'MyrUe :Dyer Bop

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SU: PAGE SEVjamaWTHt STUART JOWl, 8TDUTT,"Martlm Cesmty, FLORIDA THCHSDA, JAM. If. MttiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiuiiiilciiiiin

iiiiimnmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiinii GOOD OLD SCMMERTIME Ac..oa. Solution .of last week's puzzle, ...p..l.liI. ..... DRIVe. CPA HALTS -
.. J 111.
: Along with glad hand of Gonuo IS, tt It puoeIt

I fclb,",:;, JIM"..lMi4T. ltto' .ilfw **ttI'nvti welcome to our thousands of TO FEATURE ARC .. hm.:,OO' 11 NMTOW BlblUnt:.rldst..>* (Conttnueiifron pagi Oatway. \ {Continued-from page 0NnJeet
winter visitor Martin -county .
:!::: 0* jtiMuirrlt "
l f m Mily Ihrt.f44kti ..u. ....-lk M. l t Al Shrlgley, L. L. Holdan: IIMlng pplkm|
has alos reception
ti l ci llmti' ':v l :(:!:,:,:':; given warm It. Mine** Walter Rein most >ee>r* FIIA permit,
\ I to Old Man Summer who' arrived i .. O.;: I : .: Herbert Bruner, .
.. M. PnkMI "
r.fI. Yow ul. I II. K. tool un*| JUthe-ngh "restriction. |
-"I. ........ .10 film rum, VHi .. to spend January Stu- :I ANNUAL MEETMr II. ,,_.. I'. W,... and i. R. Pomeroy 1Ia
I."d ....hl"" ,,11111.. tk...i *o.. :t .. All worker were urged "notto been lifted from Jioiulni <*|
...4 ...11.. .. w.,..... .. trtThis n. ".: ;: of *' MracUoa In the 1.SM.
:: .I.. I :: '- : -3;: : 1 I' NOT a repoit front the ... o. :r:. hold chfclu but to turn them .* IIJ_
: I ... it KlckllUf. feet and ndei class, i It'l
Mr :
, :: to IIti
,', ......... () w, -. .1 P..|V "tillR Chamber ot Commerce-tor the j Mr. Herbert Sudhoff of Palm .... in Immediately
I APARTMENTS FOR RENTiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiin ,N.........,. .,....,, .... K special wire to California) No Ctty who sang "Come Unto Him". :: .:" '5 a. w=.-.:--' Here art the membership received Illegal I* ge ahea and bv.*|

-" other than John Mann official I In this ,ear', Messiah, vUTilngat .. e::::" by :Mr. KlckUter up to I ODe without a permit
7ad::: HER 5 The New (ought te Inter !
FOR lALE1, weather observer for the U 8 the annual Red Cross meet o'clock this morning: *,

I 108 loot froruf lot loca I Bureau reported temperature j !ng Friday night at the Wo II. Plwn5! R ,I. ::rr.:: : etimmel, Kenneth .- -* the compliance agent .ht J

old Highway, 300 y>rda readings at 93 degree* (Above, If ; men'* club. II. o. -.;.. N ".N ,- MartinI Jack _, .* making the Stuart Invostira el,
outh of Ulmers Gan .. ::. It.'lrh : MealAcklnaon. but wa* referred directly Ui u|
and Blahop
you please) for yesterday Born In Pittsburgh, later moving an& -
SEE BARNETT I 85, (2, ST for the previous. days i to Connecticut and then to I:: :::."" .....ka CL :, =: tt :.:.":.t ..... : : ':r'.. Mr and Mrs. E, C. bert D. Lotion, district ewjpllaace

'lif r k m a nt 3 Milei out 4th Street of thl week I Long Island, the soloist has II. a-" : ,:,, u. IJ':" -:;:.. "' 'i-: u. W:: dd" Hutto. H, W, manager *f the I'r A..

I'r J." Although local hotels have re* chosen Stuart her future ... a.t: Indl... ,... "' ..... i. 't... I. 0111. hY .Um". King Wm. .'. >M Bert D. Keck,,, local arthitml

.n m ..h 1)1) 0 mI I'
I r- t ;' if m. II.. \ :':" ;i.": ':. .; ::,. Wrj.. past week, much ot the rush isI be accomplished In {he way of U r.I. t ......,. 'r.;. .. ':.': ;.""'" c" 1":1'.1..' .. Stuart Hardware Co: _.. JO Construction' Committee, ...

-" .. '''. I 11 I race fan racing to Miami and low d..I.... ", nJn 5 .. '011 ., __ C1. ....... I.C" Stuart Auto Camp 00 that there appear* U be ....|
fine In Stuart .
..... ; ....' .A .r."t't'; :.:;.*, 'I tA.-;: there' 'I itlli room here lor many : to come tnualo, Ij yean or,:::,::;: r M. tIr I:':;:"" e-:' : t Q "; I ICL Mrs. J. H. Whltfleld 5 eral lgnora ee of the i...Ituac..

\\ 'h..."""' 004."" i.h''" II......, ....''" ...t Now!, ...,,1"I' northern friends hod like to' Mr and Mr Sudhoff have .....T ::. =.::1 : U: r't".: :: t t'1:::, .tl. 4L IIwi mjrihladWnl ":' Mrs. C: L. Moonejr W Stating that the eemmltie II|

ATI..\\TIC < lJ'll" 1\ '
APtKTMtNTSSTUART : -.Ji- clown to Martin for : Stuart VUla .. tart In enforcement of the l la_|
--- - come county home on Cornell ave. In palm .1 J 4- $ ; 8 1r /
11,OR ID A l'I IIR| -:'I'Hi IrlillV 1 l" (|I II41 l, *l>rlrii I : kul.t.t::: a swim la the surf I II City, ,:11/7; 16 7 i % 1 E. taylor .- .. 2: be furnished' the 'Ne.-t '"11

? WJI1.N AVAII' ARtE ...,...., I' ... R >I....ni. Mow Other feature of the R. A. TunleyByrne. lefriphle directives andMmmary
.. ., ....... .. ,..,...., '. .. I' meeting fJ .
e.. "n.'"' t\\ .. l.. K. I. II" I" I ((1. '" .'IS of the CPA |
. A, ....... : It takf* steam to run the bollit v,111 be annual reports, election : iI Mr and Airs J. Uuatiii"

. .:' W. T." FACET ;.;.;""...:\..'.d. : .T."p; 't',...".'.;' ,'","d h',;. loK,'U> ted the saws, and ot officers and plan for the If. ohnon-Owar) .. W which. will be published Inla ,..

IFICPtfONC: HI 51 ,"'.. I.h'.... JI; ,,' .N ,! forests tu nil the mill pondIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. I future of Red Cross. In Martin I Wit 1 deal Sport Chop ... 12 nett week's News.
.. __ ------- -- -- '
I "II '41. .,..rr.... h"n... ..,,,,. Count,. Aldrich, W O.' .__ ........: .
; lltlllllllMIIIHIIIIIXIillllllllllMllllilllUFOR' :' j '6 fIJ2If C.; E.!: _. ... >0Rosengnrten.
.,,:::... .it .:." ;r.,7'n. : ; 'r.h" :': NOTICESItllHIIIHimilUIIHIIHIIIIIIIIMHIIIIII'll Schroeder
i' SALE ...J L IIi DRAMATIC CLUB TO Susan .. ._.._ 10 JENSMMiCoHiintml

11111111I111111I1111111111111I1111"11'11111111IJ i rn&"u; .... ;:; .jid ;;.;;;;;,;.... .;;; M.TK".' <'iui" ir intlor work. MW rl.. PRLSENT COMEDY, At 1.1.a :u u ::1: Baker. Ray D, ._._ "
''h. ....... ... .,.. 'ho I.",,,,, W.MosWy. :. ..
( OR (JCHK' .m.N: KortII 'f(j"d.. ". "d. ,...... ....,h. tl. I.. I ; \: : ;. :::;: PTA COUNCIL MEETING BurtJohn :;' -:- -
M *M. HUM* t<''"' II'.J ,k l1d.,' :u 2(, tz1 rl' 21Jo Zack T. 25Rowell ( from. /loge/ One
r .U"ih in s.l' dltton AI.klI.H .I:!, .. :! i "' v, ,.. f '
\ ,.,I I! Mitt.;. 't t<\r COttJ : ll.t* "' : The Dramatic club of the Furniture Co .- M 'I faction with the work i '!tldeputies. II

"Istl.N I'MMuT 1 .. ''UI: ;;;' I1'." ."d ;:.11. ,;; i 8I' :;. L ;..I.I''Z.: ::: 1':1-: -:: high J2 3J--- Hull Dr.'A. J, .._-.. ..-. -. 10 As one put it: 'Belon
: :! .i- lI.. II... "/lor I 'd"" I'.,.. CI\,. school-of which Don Roman-
:; : .', .. F, we had traffic control the
-- I' .... In'.M .. I A. ,1I'k"" Pk. 1t1.N ello Is Wester, t. -' chaelds
MV"; i I" ." I (I f* ) JII'I1INh"1 .... ., faculty sponsor will : nkB'le"; :
'- 12PltcMord
!: : 1'\\ endangered.
; ,; ;,, .: : ; iiiii- of P&'M were arv JI1
"*":"'*" IIA'' 'HIRI' present a one-act comedy'at .)t 3S "
'r",1, 'f' IfI r ri.it ,, : -,,' .,;, ;;; ;;:; ,;. -I ... 100 :
I"" ( '''''''' \' (It II A RTI'" \: rIA"tilf Wm., look jour \life In your handi i u,
-- ,,' '>ITY J ". ., ",.".. ".IIt,,,.. ,. ,. ......h.. Monday's quarterly meeting of
""UMI'" TO I. v "
I M. H, ,;.iff,.;:; ii.,, .-:. ;* I Ml KAM H I AI Y. 'H"N ., ""RTI I' ... r. .....'" I the County Council of the Par Ctllzens Bank of Stuart 200 rou walked down the old fiixk.'
,". I I ItKl I HA -- --- 3r J1 140 yons, Ernest; F _.. 29 Example) of Jensen enterprt*
v'vV I
ent-Teacher association.
;, : .. J. .t j _._____ _
1 Tl T The business session of all Dunn, Stanley E.!: to please the tourist* Is th nn
I FOR SALE 41 4a 4.) to .
IB. golf course
rolls ALE I Martin county unit.* of the PTA Wffi Mlchaelson, I archery just instil.
USED TIUCK Jackson K U ID ed by "The Montana Bowmu'Montana '
\ will begin at 3:30 p. m. In the
1936 CHEVROLET I1' Ton 41 41 4 ..f1s. East Coaet Lumber & Sup M "' ," a veteran ot li
'high school auditorium after I
Completely O4erhule l 25! U '
I < Hayes Motor Co. port, a retired -m
which ,
OR a and social
NO 2 MORE LOTS program
Good. Tir Priecd RIGHT hour with refreshments'will be 51. Inderson, K.!: T. love archery so well that In

FRJUIT IKEES I FOR QUICK SALE, $ : Jurdlnes, tnc '25! spend all hi* time teaching t
OOO I conducted by the Stuart PTA
WILEV MOtOR 5 Hudglna Boat Co. IS to others. HI* sludenti ran
-c' SEE member as hostesses.Owynn $ .1 fi fS4 'i Jt: 15$ ?
I COMPANY student (1f; Berwick. Ray.... IS from 1 to 10, and he helpi HOT
CH I PHONE 29\ instance J. C. .. 12! all make their lemonwood bar
- -- of _
IIORES 1 __ the Dramtlc Club, has directed -
: I nIT I t<\ I. ",,''b,... ,. ....11'' ..... 1) and that
:' HlRMK: II.",M., ,,,,,, ut 'Illy ...'!. r >Km. ,.... ., ,, .h, "to...... '_........ the comedy "Enter the CATHOLIC CIURCII TO C McPherson R. B. arrow go "true o 111mark. <
,,1.1, W II <',U k ...... TIGER .... .. .._ SO ." He has set
I -. ; -;;; Ortu UrI' m< irt oIt. II'" 'Ult Kfc.ri. It H ro.If The cast Is HAVE MISSION WEEK 1 ERSI Hoke.' H. H up an 11-
,.." ",' *". ,, ; .T* Jtlitfl I ..' .. .. "i"" !' bw"f'i' : :_, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiunlmiiiniiiSERVICES Barbara Stewart the ,Martin County Classroom hole archery course which/\ scorn
,,.in I I,i"j. : i ; ".m.1.1. kkwk AU 'ji f'at l' M hnm will.rn as mother; The first Minion In 12 years 1; Teacher Association _. SKlckUter of visitors use
.' ,,,InnilNt, i..I..1"..r k>"(mil ill. 2H tlriy BinlJ* .! ,i 14 f.iot :I Ir OFF ED Winkle Saunders the daughter; will be conducted at St '
\ | It'irl 1-I HIIIU} 1 >. IHUII" .VIII. l.W IIM.. fnr 0/1./ C.ll ..1tnl.ii IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIlflllllHtllllllplllllllllllll Jean Beacham sister and WU- Catholic church lDaePh"j I> (Continued from }page One) L. C, .- __. ..._ .25 Providing fun of course \is lit

I 'UK -Un"---"- "'... "", ..' -*-!-" 8ulU. ..--1------M _It. UIIM I.."" ;' ..4 ... ,PO ...n.hl. lard Wells spectlvely, I BarUf tt Bros ._. IBaiHy 25 main Industry at Jengen Bescl
\ w' the friend.
\" I .." .. ,",I .>\.., ...t, 1 .... L h, 01.. .., ..,,,,,.., PI, 0..,. 1.11 boy day st 8 a. .m. and continuing Dairy _. 35Mathew,8 plus fishing In the wonderfi!
,.. .' fl''''. to."" ." ".,"' .... ,.....1 ;:.,... ; :: t '- ,!; : ;: .t 1',1., 11I'", ,. .. 11I', fl.In. through Jan 26. Father Charles: This week the Tiger play at "
,,' I.. ., ,, " t.'oI.', I h ".. ...,".. .''Ii... """, I}.. ." ", 3n to 13. ZOo .: A. .._ 12 Indian River, ocean and frs
-.. ,. "".. II '[I Il' ,,, .,.I.t J. .,.. :: ItI ".. '" TYSON APPOINTS Falvre. Congregational! :Mlnlsonary I hflmf. Friday night La Belle I Meredith, W O. 10 water lake nearby, or just loaf

I. : il [ '"X': :': I fOil e,41.E N.. c....... c...,... .ith KIWANIS WORKERS of the Vtncentlan father, come here and Saturday night WUbar, J. P _. _.- 12 till In the sun. Jensen B ict
'i' : I 'n,.,_ IOU'' '" ....,... Tn ....... will be In charge Tltusvllle comet for a Conference
I Tllton. O U 35 knows that it to aftr
":..: ," J.:" "'-.:' _" _.'!. u'kJ..i'i'': : : < Vtklltnrf ton Tyson of Klwanls Father Faivre' specialized game. pays go
i ; : : ': w ; president _
_.. _. the tourist
Mathers. L. 25 buslneu and tin
I"" "' Joo.,. t ,," .. t ,," "',. '."" I' ..,"" A''" ... ;".,." kith hint ltnll W l uyt. u Casa Lumber Co .. __.... ... ._ 25 U. the mainspring of the amactivity. '
_I U' "..' III.. I.. '" '' ,,, I.. ....,...,... ', ft k uklr 1 | =-I.. : I II appointment for JH1.wttbdireetore trinal and moral discourse* for games, won lour and lost only
.. .
H. M
Hlpson, H. They're proving t
'. : '7 t rt. ; luiUrr (.ll,.( ,U,,11'.4 ... ",. ,IronXiHirt. these services in the that\ to Eau Oallle ;1
to each special
,: ; I I l.v.. J..I_ to Hi*. SM SIM. assigned :, Director one, : being bya Martin County Cleaner SiWiley there that It pay to center or
.',.1\ ., "',, ._.::'1[ ,J Io, E. \0 >....iy.JL II George Parks J Jr, At-1 churches requires U, :years 01 score of 28-24 The Tigers Russell F. __"__ 25 pleasing the winter visitor:

". ..\I.1e ...",,,..., ..... ..._.r:i FOR 'S -H.. .;.04 tendance.! Lewis Gamble chairman college and. theological work !{ really look good this year and T'
,.' ..... ....,..,. ... I Your laundry /arefully creeken OIIt. T G. _____ 1
"" .d. to. I _.., 1 ...... .. '
L H.
Carroll D LaPolnte House and the local church deems his should take the Indian River
... ;
\\I> "... .1., "' '''' b "" "'.r v. i.'tltort" washed clean an I
I J." IIII" 111M. Itr Committee, Leslie Bartlet chair visit here an unusual privilege Conference.iCPAlfflJM.
r i'' .. ,. ---- IA.LEI..mul. -- -- you damp for Aome dry- Hodapp,.Ben '.. .._. .. 10 to Stuart to spend the wlnte\
'lull SAIKi, 1., ..... b<'I. .,.., .. ..1 n" ",, ...... .... 'ling and ironingS W will man, Disk Ashley; Reception Service will be held each morn-j Lane. Roy 6 with his sisters. MIiu Anna an//
.... 0 will .,hl.lf Too ,,,,......, .". "hl. fu...... 4. ..... oI.'n..1 ....... Committee Arthur Dehon,chair Ing at T:30 and each evening at 1 1I
w.. ".r.l. ..I.l l'l", *TOI"* I... .... _" \ ....t ....... "' ........., I........ "jpick-up sndadehJbr, and give Stuart Drug Corp. .... '..100 MU* Tena Ounn. He la recuperating
Arlbu I"h. ...... .l. UHtK "" P...", lit man, Roscoe Rollins.Dlrtctor 9'clock with dally communion )I
"X" .0' I j you two daysSavvice on thi* Fulton, B D _. _._ ___ 18 from an operation Ii

ALt. ;:'.; SV. T'hur.nKiw.rllriiw. A II.. ."" .. .. ....- ''al ..., I economical wivath. Rate Bill Porter: Post-War and conf ..lon. The public .: Campbell, L R.. ._ __. ._. 6Edenf Walter Reed Hospital, W..hlnt.
I I mi K unlh n* "U*.'r ...I itk, ..hHflurfliK I ..boel. I.d.... '....hu'. ..4 I Services, Bert Keck chairman Invited td all services. leld, O. L. ._ .. 25Geal' ton D he Jin
... .. .. 8c C.. where spent
.,,,, I'.rr.ft ",110O.00 .h. __ .. ... | per po'when ; -- -
-' "W.I" ) *'*l.II.|l r | A. 8. Blair, ROM Wltham City -- (Continued fromxiufl One) 'I
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t M/iimuruJbundle ). Rev. T.J. 6 last two months with hl> sotCol
-Ino' '' ToVy H "' V Hulrmu Kornrr ( dry,
: : ...
: : ......... H ju.1 .-. I. IIi. w1' FORMER ARMY- PILOTS
-- :Viitiiith'mihi I.... ....pl... I I.. 10..00 I.. .., .. 10 pounds. 1 I Beautification, Carroll Ireland 'and so ha every' other town Clements, U C. .._. 12 Damon M. Ounn am uaUy. ; '
01' ,.,.h. th..., WET WASIf 8c pe lb.PEOPLE' | chairman L A. Arbogast LYING on the coast Dozen* of new Rice, HerbertPlttman. .. .
KV"lH ,.. ... .. .
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fI .101.
o "I 'k t '' ilwhiK wo)"" Ih..h.k MknlkM P", I "" '''dl., ......... "co ".101I. LAUNDRY I Director I. L. Decker, Busmesi A Reserve Officers' Flying unit houses have been constructed Andrew : 10 ,..... ..

= r.:Ri.MirVIHrtjN.w.-=,:.. ; : -....Y:;:. f''rK lOTS 0 SALt: Phone 287 I Standards Bob Johnson, chair- has been activated at Morrison and many of them are completed Rein, Walter .: n. 25 Mrs. CJoorKD; Hchryni a t

'> --VAI !% l -" I >!> I r. I IIn '.1 1 .l..ull'.1.... oddl". I.. ... al. L..". t.. i.man Al Mathers, Jl C Anthony; Field In West Palm Beach according or nearly/ so without CPA, per Parks. Walton K. < Camden N J, is,spandlng son
: : : : : :: ......
\l jl, :. .r" < .I Ir "' Inu. to Bob Moseley former
,,,,, .1 I nl 1(11.( \ < ."...rf, ,., r U., Pric. C"1. ; Churches and Spiritual Aim mits.It French. Price _. .... 25 time with her cousin: Mrs, WU

'j, ...",.... If I I...... ., Hi.h.., Clyde Counon chairman, John pilot. "This makes It possible for certainly smell fishy that John C. H. ., _. ..... 6 lIam Or',..hoc. on latt: Sixth St

I m .. I.. 110.00 ... ,.. I ; J Moore. til Reserve Army Flying officers there J Jj no enforcement of CPA Gideon, Seymour 25 --tGAl.: AtvUTISriM Nt"t'
\ 1,: :.. : : :,"' ". .. :. to keep their hand in at flying''. red tape la Stuart until I lay .
: 'I F,....... .. e, H.. I ...It.'I Director Ted Oughterson: 0 I. Ranch '_n' _._ 25Murdock. ----- -- -
,". ,oJ I,"I :" .:II;, :,:;, '::''''''I'I uulk of cllr 1 n .Id.. I... 'Program; Henry' Kindred chairman be aald today, in urging all ex- the foundations( for,two cottages, J. F "'. 10 i4lTlC;:

!', 11000' r.r IrmK I Music, Charles Rue, chair Army'pilot to get full detail: of having previously been turned Mapp Edward\ -w. .. 50 NIITH'II, .18'._JtlJ'! .., "Y....IIVII N..Un

I. C RS I I|I I I P O Arc.d.EDWARD MAPP .fk. ; man, L. C. Clement.*. the new arrangements by calling down In an application to- build Stuart Paint Co": ? C ':::M-=:,.It::. t: ':.:"": "';,4 ,

1939 bile 4.Door ;. ._ __ I Director West Palm Beach 3601 -- a. very badly needed business Jensen Hardware &. .....,.. '" .", I....'" 11-101.. ..n..
t'(1t( SALE' Father T. J Geary, extension 634SHERIFF. which would have ." h.... ,,,... .t 1ItO.: A t_
I II Ii building been
|I I chairman Inter-Club Relations Mach. Works ..... 10 ....... '.''h. '''1 '.r t r.. ....
1938. 'I let S bur ban i I 1'HO! ( hetrulet I' ton Stake I DireCtor "-- occupied by veterans In'bual. Alderman Bakery ,._ 10 .........-.... ......., .., .........
.. L. C KlckUter': Klwanls I Io
I Truck for themselve.
8 111 i ood ness Segerstrom, Harry' _._ 5Fogarty
I t. II ,
dltaon.n f LONG HHEEI CONDITION.' BASE. GOOD I Education, Price Fench, FIRES W, R. .. .. .. .. .n .8Ehelton :: .t ';:i'.1: :: .... __
chairman, Charles Rue; Achievement 0.. II'' a..I1.. ... PUOI. ""
\ 291WILEY I A B\KG\I\ i i Fish. Co. _. .. U .._", of .a ... O'f -..-.

M OR CO ANY 1 mile* out 41h StreeiFOR"SAL chairman Reports Financial J. R. Pomeroy GRANDMOTHERS Smith* Grocery ?....... .. 12 'tit.. ,... ......,I.."..... ... ...
; Committee mhl r.
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.' I'' .".t-- 1 1I (Contimird from fact DMT) Carlton, Milton R. __ .. a

''' ,' I, ......1. ,r ...".. .....I H. ,Thayer.John Taylor chalrmah, H. erno; H. M Saunders. Indian- Anderson'* Tavern ._ 35 :h. ':.$: -:,.. h."":i.::':: t to

;' '. I COMPLETE SELECTION town; Tom Oartland Port May- I {ConlllllJl'J-from poe! One) Uarrod Edward\! .. .. .. .._- < ..tj. ..."! .CD'j .l";' ..
1\\ ;' ;" :: :::: : 3:: 1' OF SHELL JEWEtRY AND i I Director George Keith: tin- aco; Mr, Oeorge Smith Palm film wa both practical and scientific Oundereon Oeorge .. ._/ 6 .NINm.t.-

f ''' ,I, ,,,,,, ... ....\ W.'" OVELTICV WU.L SELL I derprirlleged Children Dr J. D City; Mrs. Hugh Wtlloughby jr"1;: and gleaned from life oCnrad, Chas. Sr.. .. ,_ tToley's Io-_" II. n _
,.. ..
,. ,.I, "".".,," ,.. .J.". ""..41.11...." I AT LOW PRICE.j&EE MRS. Your laundry carefully washed Parker, chairman Oeorge Tll Port Bewail, every' school principle time of association with her hus I Boat yard.... 29Rugg

I .. : I HARPER QJttf N N AT all Flat Work, sheets, I ton Ted Chambers; Vocational In the county who will t band's ranberry business. Mr, F. M : '. ,.... .,.. I THK VviT'cOtJ friN'AND FOIMAHTIM
: ; C
:': : "L:", .:.::'i"l: ,: ; ( ::y: 1[ QUINN'S STORJL JENSEN pillow-slips, etc., irtned and Guidance, Bob Baker chairman mpervlse the children'* work In 1 Smalley a winter resident here, I Decker, Hoy ._ ,tI ---. .-,-. COllNtV, fLORIDA '

In. "..,.h..m.,. 1''''' BEACH, FLA/NrV TELEPHONE wearing apparel fritd for ,,1.. C. Clements, Dick Powell the icjiools, and Mrs, Ted: II Is general manager, of the Fed Hancock. O. M, _. 2} IN CIUNCFRY.

I,. ''',. I';;, ", ,"':::' 1 1:1 I CALfcS PLBASE. home ironing W/can giy Boy and Girl Work. Charles ten, acting vice c cham"l eral Cranberry. Co which his I Florida Abstract Co. ?.,? 50 ..

__ WHOLESALE: DEALERS you two oW servlb* and will I Kindred, chairman, B D. Fulton. the Martin County family owns In Carver, Mass. Shark Industrie ...... .__ 200 JAM IS *r HllI'sH,

: FOR SALt WELCOMED MAKE I pick up \i Ahver your Boy Scout: A. C. Bridge*, chair the National Foundation; tnc I Their J.500-cre plantation 'of Wlhticar\ A Son _. .._ _j. 2JUtUe OMDCI or pun ilX'f ioN

\ Modern, Concrete Block I OFFERS I Uundry. UseIWl ecomonicalI i man. Leon t.a :: ; Key Club: The newly organized Key Club I[which 250 acres, are under intense Beauty Shop ._ 25
: LBedroom'HouseCemeiA I service for i Oeorge chairman.I U M Klwanls youth organization cultivation, has produced a Fulton, Errtn n .,_:..__.. 2JHackett

I / tile ro.f 111111I1111111I1111I11I11111I111111111111I11I111I I I,11I1111111111111111I1,11I1111I RATEJDlOe Johnson, Bill' King, Phil Maxwell. which Jim Conrad W president I record crop of 12.000 barrels or Albert' L. '._ 24Pltchford

til\ floor ( compoai'j I FOR REr<< PErtPOUN and Emerson U ,secretary ,accepted -: 1,200,000 pounds-In one season Bros. '
I lion ,j 11111I111111I111 Weighed When Dry. I Director Al Shrlll ,. Membership u the first clvld; project However' the average annual Tllton'* Sundries ._ .
haust L>n, modern sink 'OR IIKIIT N. ''',,, .... r....... 1 PEOPLE* LAUNDRY Hugh Stuart, chairman. the sponsoring of the drive I I Ie .
.Iectrie ot w kter heater,I ...r a.oI .,......., "" .,..''h'ur M.... yield from J.OOO to 7,000 barrel Qulnn'* Grocery ._ 25
,. ,. I Phone 287 Joe Lance; .Publlo Relation, With their members these high' she
ateel wi Looted inB.a..y I N. ''H..h" .d. A. JWiIk'e *. stated.Arrangements. Gas*, Herb ..j.. .__ 12

; OWl. -- -' 11 Charles Christopher chairman, ichool students are distributing I exhibited' by Gasser Walter _.. .... 12
it No. 2 Stu
A o n.
1' ....,. ... Arthur
nR IIfNT: I. hn. Chappelks. March Dime Card and literature
of club '
"' member
art.I ,.. ....., I", .1.", I....' I..h. ,., MURPHY & J>ONALDSON.FLOW were In charge or Pomeroy, J. R. -fir, ._.?. 25 .
i Ln,.,,". I',." ... u.. trol" SANDINGANDVNISHING Director R. C. Johns: Laws to all schools in the county, Mrs, Doeler ,and ''Mr.. Harry Mark's. Smith ?.. ? 12 DONS .AMU,. st OKDERFD.krttaii. .r <*

I Write ,p 0 BOil 1089 and Regulations. L L. Decker, They will man booth An th*' Swlnglehurst. -_ -. CuInlJv&n,0. D. ... n CbA. *'
loridaI A* t On UNaM Cwirt
Stua PHOllK 32RP. chairman D M. Marshall, Class theatre where young ladle* will' Mrs. Ernest Davis New 'York Hauerwis Texaco Service II nlr, Klo t*> ,
_. Iflcatlon, Lloyd Holden chalrr : accept contribution from treat soloist wa t, It ..< M H4f.AiV .
l \ l.rln fhoM I III I O. B9IL604 accompanied, by W. W Meggett, *r. .. .. .
iimiiiiiiiiiMiiimitmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHWASTED r j man, Dr. C. M. FogL tre goen each week end, of the Mis June Matouaek at th Earl Hall _t-. ...., ._ t MTISEMSNT _

I Director Bernard Coker': Ant. drive. piano, In several vocal selections. Grant Leek, ...,___ U

SPECIAL culture, L. M Johnson: chairman : .1 Sheriff Hancock Is personally Both Mr*. Davis and Mrs. Smal JOB Philip ..._ .. 13 OCC.0ntcf

LAWN MOWING i Walton. Parks; Jack Btu- giving a f 10 casrTprtee to the ley were presented with arm George Conrad _... __ 12 HrMSf civw i*;
1 OWER LA.WN art; Public Affair*. Herbert Key club ' --- N>L II. U 4 Ik Id dn J"1' *"J
HAVE YOl Bruner chairman A. K. pecker the greatest amount of"money.' dent, Mrs. W. R. teach. I $2.139"Mri'WIIIImU'Wr 1M*. U. u
REGULARREASONAE Walter Rein. He i* also playing host at an \Ice Hostesses for the afternoon -* H.1J ...llftoMlft *'

cream party to the roont in each were Mrs. R. H Knapp. Mr*. Ed : of

CHARLES H>JACI> FIRE DESTROYS CAR school in the county which (urns Williams, Mrs. Otto Hupfel ..n4 Pha/letton HI. who ha been

.t 80 West Third St DRIVEN. BYZARNIT3 In the first' 100 per cent dime Mr*. U A, Arbogast who preslded ., & guest ot ,MJs Ann and Mb

Write P. O. Box 48S card In the drive. over a beautifully appointed Tena Ounn, left thl week for

HIOIATU.Y, lire caused an estimated $300 The"commute .U mailing 600 tea table during a social hour. Miami Jo. join Mend for her

damage to an'automobile owned \letter thl week to. residents return trip Mrs. Blair wu 'a

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii! by Ralph Zarnlt*. of Stuart near who/ art >asked to return their former music supertUor Ot the

LOST A FOUNDiliiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiHiiiiiAiiifiuiiiiiii White City late Saturday after membership due. to the treasurer. tlon' scientists. This i*' TOTAl Lexington, Meb.: schools, where

noon. Zamlfa\ discovered the MlUUn of dollar win be WAR.... '% battle In which every' Mis*. Tena Ounn 'WM a. high.

LOll?' to Rmurt MocSir ..... blue, which originated la the needed' to continue the techni: person should enlist) tchool: Instructor.MM. -.
_IN "' 11 I k.u If ful.*. .koM I
_.4 ani.' k?** V Stuut N...H of. WORK WAHEDMALEIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII back seat, u he drove 'along cal research work on, the new' --.- -- ----- I Mary Leeton of fit

,_ .. I' the highway en route te Stuart found pollomyelltl* germ for Lemon grass-and eitronell: : Thomas Ontario, 1*:' the ..housegves
LOll?,. F...... af' ... 1.n.- -... FMITIOM WANTIU/ uk t4b and stopped Immediately bat which Vt I Ie hoped an Immunisation now are being raised.In. quantity (.of Mr. and MIL J. T. Bar-,
.. h...... "..... 4r a. #..r.3Om ; the In Guatemala for
found I their"
IJOIeoM 'A. NOW_ .__ J >, r Ilfc 111, car wa-practically total method wBl\ be inth I ,use per at home la AlvtnUePart.
... ..."tr '1 IItp IIj loss "from th*.windshield back.," hug*, laboratories ot the. M- Ing _toilet! soaps..' '. .

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Ihool'Celebrates Arbor Day Fridayith w Florida Forestry-Park Board k

Urges All State to Beautify

Special Auditorium Program ARBOR 'DAYiOaM -

10 center our thoughts and activities on the conservation of livIng .

/ resources the 1945 Florida Legislature enacted the third Friday'' f fays
[ GIVE TALK ILLUSTRATED BY COLORED iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii
SLIDES SEND FOR FREE Individuals, civic organizations and especially schools are invitedto

ARBOR., DAY BOOK: join in the tree planting movement. Beautiful trees around our

Students of Martin County High School at Stuart will\ The Stout New U Indebted homes, schools /and towns express our faith in the future of Florida., ..
lene at PAS: Friday morning at the school ; Love of trees
: auditorium. -te the Florida Board of Fore* .J" fostered by Arbor Day plantings will.lead to further
[fficial observance of .Florida Arbor Day. try and Park for permissionto ; conservation of our millions of'crel of forests. ,

Songs and special exercises, including a student ad. reprint this. special sup- : .. 1 tw
: : I It Iu
ks on the value of trees to the community, and a recita- plement much the Information -COLIN ENGLISH,
Fof Joyce Kilmer's poem "Trees"\') will be student-parti- contained in a 32- t'.

tion events. page booklet on' Arbor Day : ., :, .SWERINTINDENT: Of' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

| Edwin A. Menninger, publisher! of The Stuart News just published by the Board. : 'j : t:J'
fely known as "The Flowering Tree Man" because of The booklet Is designed to .
rogram to introduce new flowering trees of the tropics Interest the public In Arbor ,flRBOR DAY IN FLORIDAArbor

lorida, will give a talk on trees illustrated by colored Day and to encourage: the
ts. planting and conservation of
Day Is a very special day that allows us to get out of doors,
The youngsters will be urged to plant trees at their, tree. It answer many ques; to enjoy the sunshine and the fresh air, and possibly to go to the park t
lies and a general tree planting program in which stu- tions on Arbor Day, why we .
or into the woods. But Arbor Day ,Is more than just an excuse for an
i will take part Is scheduled for later this year. hare It and how It originated. outing or a picnic for it gives us the opportunity to plant trees and in
Instruction I Ia given on how
..- --- that way make more beauty spots where other people!, as well as ourselves .
and when to plant trees, and
how to car for them., The can go for recreation and enjoyment.

at Arbor Day Can ,Mean To subject matter also Include Arbor Day is the day on which we plant trees. But; after the day 1 u

poems, stories, play, and articles Is past, we must not forget those trees. Instead, we must make a
Future Beauty of This AreaFlorida for adult and children.It special effort to see that they get the chance to grow properly. We
was printed by The Stuart must see that they get enough water that weeds, and other plants! do
New not crowd them and, most Important of all, we must see that fire do n.E n.t n..
Arbor Day can;; be; worth a million dollars tortln Copies mar be obtained by not destroy them.

County in 10 years and many times that in the writing to the Public Relations Florida observes Arbor Day on the third Friday in January. Other
eless personal] satisfaction which comes from living in Department, P. O. Box: states have selected different dates. Naturally, trees can be planted t

flailing-, a beautiful area. 1200 Florida Forest Service, In Florida, where the winters are not so cold, much earlier than theycan E l
I "Mother's Day" and "Father's Day" have become 'fallahMsee.UllllllllimilllllllHIIIMHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII' r in northern states where snow covers the ground until April
|ely accepted and broadly"promoted because, outsidehe
sentiment attached, merchant sales are boosted by : School children in Florida observed Arbor Day for the first timein
1886. For many years after that Florida\ had two Arbor Daysone -
s of candy and Nylons, pipes and bedroom slippers -
I Florida Arbor Day can bring pleasures shared by theg SOUTH FLORIDAFOREST observed by the public schools and the other by the State Federa-

and the future, and ran increase community revenue l.t tion of Garden Clubs. Of course that was confusing. The date we now
fold. observe was adopted by the State Legislature and, since 1946 every

Trees are not only aesthetically beautiful;[ they also LANDS body in Florida observe the same Arbor Day. ,

e a hard cash value. Beautiful trees increase the worthhe foresters Carden Club members and other people interestedIn
land and the appraisal or sale values of entire com- tree worked together to select the time MR. Arbor Day. f
ities. Men who knew the most about !trees reported that Floras best planting
Most of Martin County's breath-taking beauty spots, season begins in December and lasts until the middle of February,
i as the Shepard estate in Stuart,' the Backus and Fuge -'-- depending on the weather. For this reason the third Friday in January
}tes on the South Fork of the St. Lucie, the Cheek estate I Could be Replenished With was elected as Arbor Day because it comes in the middle of the
ewall's Point, just to name a few of scores were' Valuable Timber, Say planting season-arid young trees set out then have the best chance to
-made from raw beginnings. Tropical beauty Is created Sturrock I ;

lorida. The hand of man changes the pin* and pal- grow.While tree planting festivals have been held for hundreds of ,
is years
ta flatwoods and the Forestry In South Florida ,\ '
mangrove Iwa beauty
not so much a problem of for- Arbor Day is really an American custom. It was begun by J I. Sterling "
is. Morton of Nebraska Nebraska, as t'local There were
City l
Florida Arbor Day seta the theme for such planting. est conservation a* It Is a problem project I
Few trees on those Great Plains. and the settlers missed the shade and
scratch in I"
apes the public's mind to thoughts of tree planting- of starting from "n
its results will be tangible through new beauty' in the bluldlng of woodlands In this beauty provided by trees.

tin county the landscaping of homes and comities section David Sturrock, chair. Nebraska, the first slat to observe Arbor Day held its treeplanting : I
the panting of trees in parks and subdivisions man of Palm Beach count,'* ARBOR DAY .MEA ,S_PLANT A TREE: and from one end of Florida to the other folk will be celebration on April 10, 1872. The program was a great success '
scaping on county roads J>y tree planting, and revived Rural Development Board' ad- doing just that tomorrow. There will be public ceremonies throughout the State as schools, civic and, as the years passed, more and more states decided to have Arbor 1'1 '
rests in other forms of horticulture. rlses. according to TIFF.!; and garden clubs cooperate in .tree plantlnsY An Arbor Day Planting U shown above with participant Days, too. 1'1''I'

Tree planting will make the cash register ring. Any This area Is a new country as pictured left to right being: Basil E. Kenney, President of the Florida Board of Forestryand I The Florida Forest Service is ready to assist any school, organization !: '
I estate man will tell you that attractive trees add hands far' as 'forestry concerned and Parks; C. H. Bourke Floyd, State Representative from Franklin County; Mrs. Rodman Porter, or individual wishing to plant trees, not only on Arbor Day but also : "
thus It presents problems President,, Apalachicola Woman' Club U. S. Representative Bob Sikes, and District Forester B. I.
new j
of dollars to the value of vacant or improved rop- all through the year. Thousands of seedling slash pine and longleaf I ,
he stated. Sturrock warned that C. Leynea, Florida Forest Service.
r-and make it easier to sell homesites to new residents. I pine trees are grown every year !at the States Forestry Nursery at (
I Successful Florida subdividers\') have proven that trokl the killing; off of the pine trees 1 Olustee. These are distributed free of charge!!: to schools. If the planter
I trees transform raw'' land into attractive homesite In the flatwoodi of South Florida How PIONEERS wishes, a Forester will come and see that they are set out properly. J. f fI
Plant Tree Told HERE
would have t deleterious ef- to
ps. which are greatly increased in value by the plantIt (Continued on Page 9)), If you prefer to plant,something else besides a pine tree the
Forester in area or the in your town will be glad to I "
would pay the owners of vacant, raw land near or .... By State 'Forestry ExpertsPLANTING ADDEDBEAUTY help you select a tree that will be suitable. Among the trees usually
in the improved communities of Martin County toe t
WHY NOT'PLANT recommended for planting/ in Florida are the following: k k1y
them attractive to purchasers by planting trees now
Make Martin County more attractive-and watch the
lots and home-seekers come. Out-of-State visitors are TREES IN INSTRUCTIONS IN EARLY DAYS NORTH FLORIDA
Ing for a beautiful Florida. When they leave theh OBNAMENTAL Tasks
or East they visualize orange blossoms and poin- ---
as, cocoanut and royal palms, a land of gieenery and HANDLING THE TREES School Children Observed Dogwood (Corpus florid)
tic flowers. Can you expect them to swallow sand- MARTIN COUNTY? Arbor Day At Turn Redbud (Cercii canadeniit)
n and palmettos as a substitute! They want beauty, 1. Trees may be bought from local nurserieS or secured from the Of Century Mimosa (Albtzzia fultbrissrn) .

it's up to us to furnish It for them by planting trees wood Nursery grown saplings from six to ten feet in height are a Magnolia (Magnolia grandtflora/ )
shrubs which will make Florida live up to its name Agent Johnson Stresses Usefulness convenient sizes Tree grown commercially under present nursery By MARY HARTMAN Loblolly Bay (Gordonia/ laitantkui)

"The Land of Flowers." of Bearing methods have received their proper portion of sunlight specialty Stuart pioneers who began SHADE TREES -1y 3 3j 3wr
Not demand for landscaped homeshe Varieties clearing the wilderness along
is there
only a
urban areas but also a great unfilled -desire on theo adapted soil, pruning and other requirements tending toward a suitable -' the banks of the St. Lucie In the Camphor Tree (Ctnnamomum camphors) j
of thousands"f visitors for "a little home in the '"Plant a tropical fruit tree on balance of top, stem and root lyitem Young tree from the' 1880' were as beauty-conscious Live Oak (Quercui ptrgfntona!: / ) {

nty Florida. Small acreage, attractively planted Arbor Day," County Agent L. M. forest, however, have been competing among themselves for the** advantages u the progressive horticulturists Laurel Oak (Quercullourifol/a/ ) '' I

rnamental] and fruit trees oranges, grapefruit, gua- Johnson today urged the resi- and comparatively few of them are of a well balanced development of today. Many beautifultrees Water Oak (Qvercta nlgra) 14u

and avocadoes is eagerly sought, by purchasers. dents of Martin County. during their early stages of growth. But where there ii an standing today are memorials CHOP TREES tl 1
varieties to their efforts to Improvethe l I'I'ray
Martin great many
Arbor Day can be the springboard for a finer "There are a
abundance of in woods their
tree the nearby ,
nty. It can create a demand which will make possible of tropical fruit trees," he young comparative raw tropical setting in Tulip Poplar (iModendron tulipifert) .
ving nursery and landscape businesses, add value in said "which are not Only ornamental i cheapness may offset the better quality of nursery grown stock. As a which they were to make their Maple (Acer tp) I It

d living, and help our community grow. Support it. but also useful in providing i rule, the younger the tree the leu the difference a* compared with those future homes. Slash Pine (Pines conbata: )
--- food and Jellies.' Why not raised in the nursery. Forest grown stock selected for transplanting J, R. Pomeroy, circuit clerk of Longleaf, Pine (Pines paluttrit)
j plant a tree which produces?" usually should not exceed four to five feet In height for hardwoods and Martin county, who was principal Pecan (Cary Minomiii) +f -y

uart Has More Different Among plantings suggestedby two feet for of the school In 1906-7-8 Tung Oil Tree (Afeurttet fordi!)
evergreens. annual observance of
the county agent, which do recall the Red Cedar (/unipenu lucayanaj) -
well In ''Martin county are: 2. Tools for taking tree from the woods Include pick and Arbor Day when his hundred
Are and young pupil closed their book for a SPECIAL PUBPOSX TREE
Trees Than avocadoes: both summer :
ropical shovel, spade or spading fork, and council transplanter. The first steps .
few hours, presented a programon
winter varieties, Unproved mangoes to select, theJouog..edling. or saplings to be planted. These should Washington Palm (Washingtmia fiiifera)-ka avenues.
Qod'a of trees and JoinedIn
gift tie
ound ;Elsewhere in Florida grapefruit; temple. calamondlni oranges and navel pink be of good thrifty appearance and healthy color, with well formed buds planting palms on the school Cabbage Palm (Sain/ palm< ; and not yellow or discolored In any way. After the seedlings are now the court house
oranges. loquats red and yellow chosen the soil should be loosened at least two feet away from the tree campus .SOUTH FLORIDA phi
catley guavas tart guavas for In circular fashion. to insure free removal of the lawn.
a Dig deep enough
outstanding has It that the Palm
'Stuart has unusual trees as the re- dessert Tradition
many Jelly and special guava ORNAMENTAL TREES '
One then lift careful not to allow
roots. upward, being :
person may Miami! Beach
t of constructive efforts on the part of many residents types,-and black and red Suri- Beaches and s'e ,
while the shovel In It
roots to strip or peel, helper uses freeing
this of 60 The result were lined with palm tree from Silk Oak (CreMea nlusta)
community over a >period> ;years. nam cherries. .
from the soil. Extreme care should be taken not to destroy more
hat Stuart will some day be as famous in Florida for its 'Although it is not widely coconuts which washed ashore Sogabark Peltophorum (PeUoonorum lnerme)
hair than It is
of the fine and root
roots absolutely
es as Santa Barbara fa in California. known," he said,, "fig are necessary. veryessential from wrecked freighter which Trumpet Tree (Tabebuia .,.) -
these hairs since it Is them that the
to, save root through the coast from the Carrt- Melaieuca /leucadendron)
of the flaming plied Tree (
Highly conspicuous right now because grown successfully .In Martin Cajeput
will establish itself In Its site and make contact with '
flowers are the African tulip trees. There are splendid county. We also have at least young tree new bean area to the New York Royal Poinciana (Delonix regis) t'e t'eloi
the sod to' the food and water that it for its growth.
P. secure require markets oIIut Martin count / )
mples in bloom at the homes of T. T. Oughterson, one example of % prospering Jacaranda, (Jacaranda mmoMtfolia
Thomas, Dr. J. D. Parker, next to the Johns Dry, Clean- itches nut tree.,Tills species originated 8. After the young trees have been lifted from(he ground In had no such contribution from
shop and elsewhere. 1 The two outstanding jacaranda trees Ina Stuart withIr Fruit trees he stated, can be from drying out. If the trees are to be transplanted any distance their pay load into coastfringes India Laurel Ficus (Flew rMda) byj
quantities of blue flowers re.in the Kanarek yardk effectively arranged In a de- the roots should be packed in moist moss, shavings or wet sacks. Unless of palm fronds. Stuart'sbeauty Benjamin Flew (Flew ben/amM/ <)
: of the post office and at the Grathwohl home in finite\ landscaping plan. ,By this Is done, the root an likely to dry out and there will be little hope was created ** y addition. Most famous of the summer floweringes planting selected varieties which of the trees' survival, especially in the case of evergreens. I Is being recreated today by a Earleaf Acacia (Acacia urfctJiM/ofmis))1,
are the Royal Poincianas oNwhfch there are manye mature In''various months of cooperative effort of Individualswho j
examples all over Stuart. Perhaps the largest to bed the year* famllle can keep 4. Unless! the tree are planted Immediately upon arrival at their sa>w a vision of year to CRop Taw ,. .' .
site trench should be out large enough to boil the rOots of and Joined forces In a program -
the Atwood service station across from Chisholm themselves supplied with fruit new a dug come Palm llaeii )
African Oil ( gtimenuts
the others with the tree* and the latter placed*therein and covered with the earth of tree planting. .
Federal but are many all around. Avocado'typeswill
Highway, year ) ,
Pine Flmif
trench. This to called "Heeling in'and out at the Palm City Longleaf paUutrlt
salmon to deep removed fa process Starting
i flower.coloring varying from light produce fruit here 10 monthsout
tirroots Slash Fine (Pita< carlbato i )
rason. of the year. prevents from becoming cIr). The top should never be bridge west of town the river

The flowering trees which attract more attention in I Fruit trees, beside being useful directly covered: but shaded. and the main thoroughfare are SFECIAL PURPOSE Taws

wntown Stuart than others are the Geiger trees: on are attractive in form, provide -- room the roots lined with huge pines and palm
any 5. Prepared:bole large enough to give ample for over the West Indie Mahogany (Suiteienta ma/KigowlJ-fof) parkways.
which form
nativethe a canopy
her side of the Citizens Bank of Stuart. This tree, shade, and some specie* are the *
in and
and Stuart is the Loosen the din the bottom of the bole. tree proper post- drive planting of John and Australian Pine (Cotuarina ip.)-ht salt-ipray resistance r
Florida keys, Is sensitive to frost attractively flowered. Horn, replace the soil gradually and tamp it firmly around the roots from Tom Taylor, who farmed that breaks.Remember..
hero limit where it will grow In Florida. Mr. Johnson offers his services the bottom upwards. Water thoroughly/m and stake to prevent -
land they
section of purchased
Here and there In Stuart are several fine examplesthe t6 anyone desiring to know.the i : '
southern magnolia although Stuart is generally re- proper types of fruit trees to blowing or knocking over. : from the government. if you plant a tree on Arbor Day, do not DIg

rded as too far south for the successful cultivation of plant In particular sons and II to important to remember that many of ,Florida most beautifulornamental Charles Fuller the Brown family thereafter.: Make every day an Arbor Day for all the" trees you I_

s magnificent native tree. There are fin*)'specimens in bill office win help with! scientific tree' are protected by tale law. Penalties are provided and home W. A. P. Krueger and Information for those these laws. On the back: of this pamphlet planting from there to
e yards of Mrs.J3. Bessey, to encourage violating page will like to Visit and of which you can be proud.
(Continual on rev lI1)) growth and productiveness. you will find a list of protected trees to Florida. (Continual .* flags 11))


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Keep, Florida Green, Prevent

i Destructive Forest Blazes 1 1I I PLANT TREES

j 'Stay Tb..b Mar," slogan .
I, foot run wild iu the piney woods of Florida. More than 19000 tint for Florida tourists originated ON
are turned loose each year burning approximately 8 million acres py the Florida Town
IN the average year forest fires destroy '8,000,000 worth of young it '
A Light Co. might paraphrased -
growth Fir scars develop Into "cat-facet" on merchantable Florida Arbor Day
timber and are fertile spots for damaging fungi and therefore I >+rr to "SUy-and eel .
REMEMBER that 99 per cent of the fire are man-caused and the Royal Polnclanai In .
v preventable Only 1 per cent are caused by lightning. 1 F Bloom." These munificent AND ALL THE YEAR
ENOUGH young growth' is destroyed every year in Florida to build, if trees, originally Importedfrom AND /
it had matured, 100,000 tux room hurries, each containing 18,000 I
tropical' Hawaii, become -
board feet of timber, r
\ DEJTHOT the "baby tree" and there will be no forest Keep fire out 'i flint masse of or' Watch 'Em
and nature unaided will grow a crop of timber. 1 1Evsnr .c.c chld-ihaped flower In (tats Gj6w

kiln acre-ij a burden the owner" and upon society There ..:," to spring, ,like vivid, orange-
arc 10 million Idle sunfl d as a result of forest fires and ."'." red umbrella, WIT HAT GOODJT
, \ overcutting. '., ..
s SHILTEM: is essential to most add& game and bird life Forest fires bum Stuart and Martin countyare

'1 up this shelter, destroy nests, eggs, young quad and turkey, besides fortunate la having Wilson-Towver fertilizer
many beneficial birds that eat our insect pests I P .I many Royal Foinclaaas, an -
:4 Tin Invaluable fertilizer, nitrogen" can ,not be incorporated with the I II
the tree la to thliThere
I sod if the humus is burnt up. Fire is one of the factors which adapted
.: tend to take the life from the soil area
k ,I ON' unburned land trees grow much faster dan on burned land. They -F
are not to defective and they yield a larger percentage of high-
: J
grade lumber. _, -'? .._ SPECIAVMtXTUB
I. VOlt destroy the beauty spots of Florida when burn them black '- -- "- -- -
and desolate The tourlit! seeks" nature i garden unharmed by
I man. Don't drive him awav, TIIEY'RE EASY TO CROW RojaTToinclanas nourish in damp, well-drained loll' They start easily
from the seeds lavishly each summer, and little attention well
produced require or no once the tree are
SEVENTY-FIVE: cent of the problem of growing a of timber in
t per crop I
started, When you plant one remember that you are not dealing with a both bat with a magnificent,
Florida is forest firesTHREE
to prevent
I t spreading tree to allow It plenty of room As Florida bcevirw* more sad more a rammer tourist state, Ulmer
KINDS: OF PLANTING the Royal Poinciana la bound to be more and more appreciated. Betide furnishing flowering !beauty, the Ralph' Motors
PLANT Tales; bv all means Plant Trees That's number one. But polnrlana is a delightful shade Ire*. Ills 'Ideal. for subdivision ue, growing with a minimum of attention

. f' don't forget to. Old D;xio Hi: hwjiy Phone
PLANT ALSO THE Loir: THFU That's number two For this I la plenty of land on farms for growing timber
t 1 kind of planting the best soil is the heart of childhood and of youth VETERANS! Here's how to as a crop after all the better, lands are used for other farm I
and for
crops pastures
And while you are about it:
> PLAVT. LIKEWISE KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING TREES' Thats number convert your GI Insurance:
three. Not necessarily the Forester technical\ knowledge; just a comfortable '
"work, !if knowledge" you know. The leading species and
how to distinguish them; how and what kind, to select for planting- o Visit or write your nearest VA.office and get I '
or to reject; how to set out a Tree; how to care for and protect It, andso II. 1
on. Not deep knowledge. and easy to impart-also easy to take I application blank. sT rna, I j Plant A Tree
in indispensable And uacful.'I"S" indeed. and if Florida is to do its best in trees' 4mad ,

Now, of the three<< planting! above recommended, number one !
a ON
would mean in timea Florida adorned throughout its length and i 1 ,
breadth with statdv trees. Number two would mean a Florida of tree.
loving tree.fostering.:, tree-protecting people And number three a I
Florida noted for and profiting by. its sound judgment in tree mat. Florida Arbor Day
tl"n-itl intelligence in the conservation of trees and in their planting '

care and protection .
TJ'e1.'e!' 01( trees knowledge of trees' those three; and the ,
greatest of these (one ventures to think) it Knowledge; For to know FRIDAY JANUARY 17BESS
trees is to love! them and to love trees! is to plant, care for, protect and I Q Fill out application,choosing from SIX ,
conserve them. So the last becomes first: heads the ah ; leads Insurance ; I
unfailingly to the other two. And. indeed, without [now1.ge:: love permanent plans ?
ucE ?
would be helpless and planting of little !avail "My people perish" I INA" u'.f .'l .3o pAYMENt E g \
'twas iald Of old "for lack of knowledge" And as with the people, to -0 O\\ la.t EHdpWMpNDOWMEN7ATAGE60 HARDWARE CO. '
with the people's trees Adapted,, from Eighth Annual Report! of the I 9"I o \ ,
Newark Shade Tree Communion f [) ? "
TREES : O"It E."t I

t ,> The universal Importance of trees and the contribution which they j
make to Our general welfare is no doubt recognized by some of us, but /
I I'm afraid that the vast majority of people just take them for granted TOOLS AND GARDEN SUPPLIES
u much as they do the air which they breathe unlimited
Select choice
0 your Beneficiary( )
What do we get from trees anyway? We get almost everythingwe I /
need cither directly or Indirectly. Among the most important things and Mode of Settlement (lump sum pay'tor

we get are the intangibles-the sengs, poems and paintings that have I choice of three Income settlements )
been inspired by, trees Inspiration and spiritual.benefits an right at WE HEARTILY i: ENDORSE THIS
the top of our list 4
More practical minded people are reminded that trees provide
shelter, fuel food clothing newsprint means of transportation: sinews BEA t TIFICATION MOVEMENT"AMPLE
of war, furniture medicine landmarks, shade windbreaks, and many
other things directly Indirectly the tree furnish food and clotktng
for w by !giving protection and food to the wild animals and birds
They protect our valuable water supply our toil and many, many more
things which we take for granted
Then there is the case of the geologist who finds the answers to

.. puzzling questions of science by reading the annual rings of a fossilized o Pay your premium,.,monthly,quarterly, SUPPLY OF,
tree trunk. The success of an ethnological expedition might hinge
upon finding the barred remains of supporting beams for some habita serm-annuolly or yearly. yppY
yfJ Garden Hos
lion of ancient times. : fMtthd'{ AND
t Coal Itself a product of plant life could,scarcely be mined without :
timbers to support the passageways in workings. Great ships of steel i iJ i
could not be built without scaffolding and ways built largely of wood.
Railroad require wooden crossties by the millions and even the preser- Limited Supply ARBOR DWE% SPECIAL WHILE :THEY LAST
vati es to treat them can be made from wood derivatives Beautiful carv
made and some of the worlds finest paintings are AWMETALGarde
!'medre in lch.i- and oils of f various kinds are distilled from l.'r.
wood, and wood pulp now forms the basis for many completely new SPRJNKLINGCANS Hose ZZLES50c

Industrie. ,
A large amount of our food is borne on trees and most of our soap '
is made from oils produced by trees. Quinine from a tree cool the You have eight years from date of issue to convert your

fevers caused by malaria and maple syrup sweetens our pancakes. GI term policy if issued before Jan. 1,1946-fire years KNA 3ACK AND O ER SPRAYERS
Milady adorns herself with jewelry made of wood, the pencils with
if issued later Meanwhile, DON'T allow present
shicli we write are mostly) .wood, and the paper from which we read your .
la refined wood pulp. And have you. ever looked at a big tree and said, 1 policy to lapse. AMPLE SUPPLYRAIN ( \RDEN WHEEL BROWS

I_,, "Boyl! How many toothpicks would that' baby make
Its funny but few of us ever give trees a thought until someone -- -- ---- KING, TRI-WHIRL,
j I Jogs our memory. Still, we come Intq this world depending upon trees On remote farms, where buyers formerly would makeno '"HUBBARD AND OTHER
for our living and we are constantly in need of them as long at we offer on less than a carload of tim r, good roads and FAMOUS BRANDS H dge Sh
live Finally, when we are ushered to our graves, we are laid away the motor truck have made it possible for the farmer to ars
in a wooden box! sell individual trees at fair prices.
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t ,I landscaping service and ay prepared Such Famous Brands'As
South Florida

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a from Page '1) WISE USE OF kt'1
the climate of the coon ; t.: ;,:.. \ I&0. ., ''', '
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the conservation stand \, .(,,,: I ,1." )'f "
he related the story of the .1! :', f;. ', ;. 1 i
iatlon of mahogarfjr Umber

la century Cuba almost ago when a ;grew 'Forest *, AssetsWill f, I

of the timber were de- '
d to make wa'lor sugar ;
e, Produce '
he said, Cuban Interests 4s ;
10 touch with him for these : !
of replenishing those PAYROLLS FOR THE FUTURE** I
with the valuable Umber. 'rl' 4.
rrock emphasised that tor-
and soil conservation are I* I f fi t
ably tied together and he i
that there were types of, '1; :
for all the soils of the I strongly endorse'tW State-spona Fed observance dq\\

/of. And the Harry RDB Wilson revealed, presl-that I: of Florida Arbor Day\n Fridaj Jan. 17, with I .'..

let prepared by the 8turammlttee its theme of conserving and (LveloMtg forest assets, j j.I!,
would lOOn be
eel \with full explanations l the planting of trees for beautufation, and of fruit :} ': :
e various aspect of the trees and groves for the futur i
.m. "
y 5Y "
ou have a mango tree now ... I; .i
time to spray It, acordlng THE PLANT C OF'TREES ll ONE \
I M. Johnson, county agent .L. 1 J J'I
have proved It worthwhile L. TOyTCLP TI' l'' Ep I
gray In an effort to get CROW
.to set on the trees ____ ___ I 1
Johnson said that his deaent I'f'
recommends the loJ.I -
( spray: *
pint dlthaneaiespoons '
lino sulphate
tablespoons I1m.- MARVIN ROWELL !
oughly dissolved In 10
n. of water, this should be
td on the trees as they: These stately Royal Palms at the Fuge Estate on the bank of the upper South Fork furnished the theme for an attractive advertising muralseen Rowell Furniture Co.
Into bloom I and everydays by many thousands of people annualy on Florida East Coast streamliners. This photo was taken by Harry Wolfe, official photographer
thereafter until the for the railway. Both the Fuge estate and its neighbor, the Backus estate, are far-famed for the beauty of their Royals Royal Palms
11 half the size of a hen grow rapidly when given proper care) They are heavy feeders and need moisture. Beautiful examples in the city of Stuart are to be seen at Krueger BId,. Phone 61 !Ii li:
the Howard Partlow place the Shepard estate, and the Roman J. Irwin home. .
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I The Average American does not teem tor realize the significance ) .
ch i truths as these! kt
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I. Our native forests are rapidly diminishing, ,
a. As a consequence j our streams are drying\ up,
b. The sod b being robbed of its fertility,
c. The number of our native birds has decreased 46 percentin A MESSAGE S ON
the last 15 yean;
d. Consequently, in the United States insects destroy annually t ik k ft
t3OOoooeoo to $400,000,000 worth of produce,;
e 0 It fa almost! t question of "Save our Birds, or Lose our
TreML )
Saving!our J birds meant that cats,the English sparrows and
crows must not be allowed to prey on them.

II To save our birds and better our trees and crops, we must 1
consider bird life and encourage the birds in more friendly Florida Arbor Day
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., Rarely aVIay passes at th(! Citizens Bank but what someone home \ I II

ARBOR DAY '',*' ,',, resident or winter tor --comments upon the beauty of two trees which grow in I 'w LII .
i the lawn on each sid* f outbuilding. ',II! : I. :I :

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', ,' ;F I, Almost coHstCtttly in flower, these trees have created much favorable attention .I I I II
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:; '1 and evok oconswit comment ever since we planted them. We have been I ",1

GARDEN TOOLS ;N,;' pleased to teUrafl 1 who asklaat they are Geiger Trees, natives of Florida --- and we /

:: .'... ;,, feel thattiJKse two trees ha %paid big dividends... in personal and community pleasure ".".'-"...1'Ihe'.., :'

[GARDEN'SHOVELS .. ............$1.45 up ':ji,feiK4: 11/,, rIe.e
y ..': Observation of Florida Arbor Day by the planting of trees in your yard, ,
[RAKES ._ ,,.___ .:.,......... ... .....95c up ; -
<; tate, or Martin County farmuiome will be creating dividends for the future. },.
[STURDY Ho1GARDEN .. ......_.......................$I '","''I\ : '. I 71 to
: ;i M A more beautiful com unity will attract more visitors and invite morehomebuilding.
SP S ..YvY$8.05 up : ,. .. e
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9-ft. Ditston Q0LE NERS..a6.95LAWN ',,).i'. ), : .* : I !
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and ground sloping back I statewide planting of 11
called each and every mem- refer "
SUNSHINE STATE on Into a muckland: the owners tree .,1 WM Mst think! n| |
I FAMOUS 'NAME TREES'OF THE PRESIDENT OF ber of the Garden club to plant
a tree In observance of Arbor bare found a variety of Mill -I much they rte for w m,
.. Including swamp land which: *h* added. Bo this active (
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GARDEN CLUBENDORSES Day.Tor those who Uv* In apartment hart been Dredged to form Water club president U placing ,
',I j WHO'S WHO AMONG FLORIDA TREES SIX NOTED TYPES OF FLORIDA TREES or hotels", she said, '"I garden -" to accommodateall phalli on tree which gin |
I of tropical: plant Tb; a radiance of color.
: lava OAK: .- Because of the importance of live oAk timbers In the suggest the adoption of a bare type
Florida for and with the varietyof
Is endless
really a paradise plants proper car MOVEClub along 0 collection: of an i
park, or
',, and appreciation, she can continue to' be state of great forest wealth! shipbuilding industry, and especially because of Its value for warshipsIn spot some Individual specimen: has ben their aim
\ and natural beauty. 'I the days when ships wen built of wood some 60,000 act of land street or highway, for an through the six yean of residence -: Timber growing on the I II
t near Pensacola and on Santa Rosa peninsula were reserved by the Or contribution-amore" I II not a major farm Experts tell us that there are more than three thousand different S. Government In 1827 for use in growing live'oaks for the Navy. Gunboats Member. Urged To beautiful world." in Martin county but the Income from timber i
l' kinds of plants to be found in Florida, ranging from the smallest of the patroled the Florida shores to keep "timber pirates from stealing Plant Trees To Mrs. Leach with her husband, But Mrs' Leach laid today rough land often keeps
j mosses to the largest of the trees. Of course, loose of these are quite the valuable lumber. While there is no evidence to show that any Observe Arbor Day has made a life hobby of creating "Our young African tulip tree owner from going broke.
rare However there are 314 different trees and large shrubs found live oak trees were actually planted on the reserve, Its establishment -- a show place of their 80- which now has torn 250 clusters baa -
often enough to be coHsidered,"pommon." i Indicates how valuable the timber was. Mrs. WUlaford Ransom Leach, acre estate on ftwall'i Point of bright orange blossom them, of The 'railroad .of the 11

Naturally, there are a number'of distinguished Individuals among: Naives: fan The pint Is the most Important tree'ln present day honorary life president of_the With the luxurious Indian home situated hell E.converted A. Mennlnger me to, the the flowering State use about M WO new i
Garden Club of Stuart high on an
,I these tree citizens of Florida, Some of them can claim distinction because I II Florida. Most important of all native pines Is the Slash Pine, with the as the Indian ,1)'ee Man; who has sponsored a tie every year.
I well as acting president ha mound, overlooking
I, of their great! age, because of their unusual slzet! because of their' Longleaf Pine coming second. Pines are the source of naval stores -
connection with Important historical events, because they are especially such as rosin and turpentine. They are used for lumber, veneer for
useful to mankind J"" or because they grow In, Florida:! _and_nowhere.else.I railroad ties, for posts, pulpwood, fuelwood and piling Formerly, the *
Following is a: list of five of Florida's most famous trees, as wellas Longleaf Pine was the most common but in recent years more Slash Tropical Beauty Doesn't "Just Happen"Your
short explanation of why each can be considered! "' a distinguished I Pines have reseeded naturally and have- been--' plnted.] ThIs If becausethe
Citizen. -- .: Slash Fine grows so rapidly.

SOVEREIGN Create: Commonly called the "Big ....'-. said to TOMIKT This tree grows on the bluffs along the eastern bankof
be the largest of its kind. The tree is 54 cabin circumference and 125 the Apalachlcola River from Chattahoochee to Bristol and also in the I
feet tall It is estimated ta-UJtpTDJumately\' 3,000 years old. The southern part of Decatur County Georgia, but if found nowhere else
Sovereign Cypress is located in a swamp between Sanford and Long- in the world. It is also known as Copherwood. Stinking Cedar and
wood. An automobile road through the swamp and a cypress-log' path. Savin. Torreya State Park Is named for the tree, many of which are
., make \impossible; for the tree to receive' visitors to be found within its boundaries.

DESOTO OAK: -"flernando;; DeSoto. one of the early Spanish explorerj. ROYAL PALMS The stately tropical palms grow naturally only in
-- is said to fiavf held conferences with the Indians under this. the very southern tip of Florida, especially In Dade Monroe and Collier
I oak ill the year 1539. The oak stands in Tampa Bay Park Tampa. Counties. However they have been planted successfully In other
.< During the Span b.Am'rican War Gen Nelson A. Miles] made his parts of South Florida where their beauty adds much to streets, parks
headquarters under the DeSoto Oak for a time. and homesites. ,r iw

LAUREL OAK: The largest Laurel Oak In Highlands HammockState CABBAGE PALMETTO This palm which is found abundantly
Patk and one of the oldest] in the state is the venerable tree which throughout the state gets its name because of the large ,leaf-bud or
;' began life about 1111 A. D. Four feet from the ground its mighty "cabbage at the top of the trunk. This bud can be cooked like cab ii
trunk has a girth of 31 feet.' Tree surgeons, who were called in to care bage or eaten raw a* a salad. Removal of this bud kills the palm L
for the oldster, cay the Oak: is good for another eight centuries. and one meal! is scarcely] worth the )life! of a tree. Its fibers however, I

Sows OAK: 'This tree at Mandarin near Jacksonville shelteredthe ] have t commercial'! use for brush manufacture. ::
Florida home of Harriet<<: Beecher Stowe author of the famous book MANGROVE -Three species of trees, collectively called "mangrove*, ir
"Uncle Toms Cabin.", A cannon ball fired from a Federal gunboat which grow to tree-like proportions In South Florida, are important
during the Civil War imbedded itself in the tree and Is now almost land-builder They thrive along brackish or salt water bays and
covered with bark. creeks where their multitude of branches and aerial roots go marching _

JAMES A. CABFIELD GRAPEFRUIT While the origin of the grape- onward, forming dense thickets, holding together muddy banks, caus-
fruit tree is not known exactly, this tree'located in the Belvedere Groveon ing land to be built up and forming protective bulwark against storms.
Lake Thonotosassa, 14 miles northeast of Tampa, Is considered one These are only a few of Florida's distinguished tree citizens. To
of the oldest and the largest in the state. The tree was 15 years oldwhen include them all woild require a much larger book'than this one. If
it was bought, pruned and replanted In its present location in
tl are interested la learning more about Florida trees, send for the
1881. Its owner, Gen. W. H. llazen, named In honor bf James A. you
pocket manual "Common Forest Trees of Florida" published by the
Garfield who was inaugurated as President of the United States on
the day the tree was replanted. Florida Board of Forestry and Parks.I .

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There are many verses in the Bible which refer to trees and to For there Is hope of a tree, if it be cut down that it will sprout
j forestry. The following four have been selected, because they are best I{I again and that the tender branch thereof will not cease. Though the
known or seem most appropriate. Others can of course, be used if the I It root thereof wax old In the earth, and the stock thereof die In the round;
I t, devotional leader prefers them. I yet through the scent of water it will bud, and bring forth boughs like
a plant. .
O Lord to Thee will I cry: for the fire hath devoured the pastures \_ ..- Job,il: 7-8
of the Wilderness, and the flame hath burned all the trees of the fields. i
The beasts of the field cry also unto Thee: for the rivers of waters are Blessed is the man that trusteth In the Lord, and whose hope the
dried up; arid the fire hath devoured the pastures of the wilderness. Lord Is. For he, shall I be as a tree planted by the'water, and that
: Joel It r 19-20 spreadeth out her roots by the river and shall not see when heat Cometh,

f but her leaf shall] be green; and shall not be careful In the year of
And he"shaU be like a tree planted by the rivers of water that
bringeth forth his fruit In his season His leaf also shall not wither; and drought, neither shall cease from. yielding] fruit.
r whatsoever he doeth shall prosper, Ptaltnt 1: 3 Jeremiah 17s 1I $ "

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Florida Arbor Day, next Friday, Jan 17, by planting raoro
//1 tropical palm and other tropical tree. If we will Make our part of
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IJRESTS PROTECT OUR WATER-SUPPLY'Vi Stuart Has More DifferentContinued 500 Vets to be Honored_ by t to ti.

( from Page 1) Planting of Memorial l Trees i p'yI7' lll
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Albracht. Some of these -are globular and some
forest* play an Important part in maintaining the water supply fall more slowly to the ground where they are caught: in a soft bed of these are pyramidal shape between '
egtoa and, when the forest SO, the ahundaat water supply goes" of leaves, twigs, needle, cones, and decaying wood. AO this forest Other noteworthy specimens are the monkey puzzle The 500 Stuart men and women I the court house and the
[them. People la some part of Florida trees at the homes who served In the arms i school buildings'provide* a suit
an learning this. 10 their litter together serves u great sponge holding the water and pendttIDg of Mrs. Walter Hitching and W M
V. AJ dlfc* grow;acre and more wens arc dug and, u the fresh' slowly to the earth. Once It reaches the soil, the mobbm Grathwohl, the yellow trumpet tree In front of the Duns- forces of the United State will able location for auch a project:
\ Is drawn off, lalt water seep in from below, Nor are then' follows roots of trees and plants, tIM cracks: : In the rocks: the harrows combe cottage in St. Lucie estates, the Peltophorum trees each be honored by the plant. Most of the name plate which
fch forest leftln. tome areas to insure a renewal of the fresh water of earthworms .. any kind of a highway It can find In front of the Service Club and In Paul Hoenshel yard, InC of memorial tree when the were stolen off the marker last
i from above, : underground reservoirs It is these underground reservoir that I the Benjamin Ficus trees In the front corners of the Stuart present project: In Fourth Street winter by thoughtless' children
school yard, the Indialaurel Ficus tree in lot southof Park In completed. have been recovered: and It I II it
f the rains continue to fall but there the springs and'-streams, and which are the sources for our oily water a vacant
course Is nothing to hold Edwin A. expected that these will be
the R. G. home the Mennlnger executive : re.
Spicer the frangipani tree in John
Lfer, Instead of supplies. They must be replenished from waters sent down the forest
So, sinking into the
ground the water mhet stored In the"next few weeta.Most i''
of the
will Q. McDonald yard, the tamarind trees back of Mrs. RuthB. secretary Stuart i'arLBo.rd
underground or they eventually dry.
I waterway
to the nearest stream or lake, often carrying the fertile lOG go kid of the tree that
top i Stevenson', home, in the side yard at Shadowlawn, and today that 250 memo have ;
( with iI I And what happens when the forests are gone? The sun beats in the court house yard. orial tree bar already been ; already been planted In this {

Now just how doe a forest help snalotain. water supply* That I down on the leaf Jitter and dries ft up. Loose material is blown away! The prettiest golden shower tree In Stuart Is In the planted In the park and the necessary :- pro".m..re showy flowered, ;
011 i Is not hard to answer, although It may take quite. a tit of while that wnk icli remain Is baked almost u hard a* brIc1.on-, D. S. Hudson yard. Several streets in St. Lucie estatesare brgnxeJaMavfend!!: mark. trees and the committee plan ,'
lion. When rain fall on a forest, it spatters, first against the when'rain falls, very little can soak In. The rest fiches away and never, lined with trees planted 25 years ago by Carroll Duns era are on hand to complete: tile is to continue the use of such
which break the I' combe including four species of eucalyptus One of theseis task when fund for it are available tree In the
i heavy drops !into smaller, finer droplets These has a chance: to travel those underground forest I highways.) completing" memorial -
the famed Scarlet Eucalyptus with its brilliant red flow. A living memorial such This Is' expected to Increase
ers at the corner of the J. B. Christmas property. Thlsls a* the planting of these 500 In'the
LIVING MEMORIALS NATURE LOVER'S CREED On Martin Road in the parkway in front of the Roland ed by this community to 'recognize : planting and to add substantially ;
the war service of to the beauty of the lo- tr
Minnehan home, 17 different Eucalyptus trees are grow- Its park
I believe In'nature and In Cod out-of-door ing in one block. The finest royal palms in Stuart are at citizen and the 47-acr park cation. "' 1 I:
the end of feel 9i!
L every war people the need of their
expressing I believe In air, fresh water and abundant the W. H. Shepard home with fine individual specimensin -
lion for the sacrifice which have been made, and have the pure ... the Roman J. Irwirj and P. 0. Thomas yards. I FORT PIERCE GROUP | Dudley A. Ruple, Susie Keenhold, ;t
to set up tome kind of a memorial in honor of those who didFormerly believe In the hills, and as I lift up mine eye to behold them' ,, There are several fine tropical almond trees In Stuart VISITS GARDENS AI Olenn Dopey, E. H. Falrall Don '
icing. I receive help and strength. their large leaves turning brilliant colors in winter.I MENNINGER HOME j E. ,Jackson: E. J. Leach, and Mr*. a

: Y .1 1 believe that their huh mantles should be ever There is a related species of this tree just east of the Christ ---. T: N. West.
green green.
ian Science Church with pyramidal form and horizontal More than SO Fort PIerce men
those memorials took the form of monuments, battle; I believe to the forests where the sick may be healed and the branchings Besides the monkey puzzle trees previously and women Identified with the I Ninety million American: live I 1 +
ell, pile of rusty cannon balls and statue of leaden. Actually, weary strengthened, where the aged may renew their youth, and the referred to, there are other Araucaria tree In Stuart of Men Garden Club of Fort In frame houses .' i
of the monument are work of art but, too often these manor- young gather.stores of wisdom which: shall abide with them forever.I different species. The best known of these Is the Norfolk Pierce, made a motorcade to '

won collect dust, moss, nut and decay They go to seed fromof I believe that the Cod's first temples ..nd'that here Island pine in the patio at the Atlantic Court Apartments Stuart Sunday afternoon to visit Mature Umber may be cut and I j
were ,
groves the
garden at the
and Edwin
in Stuart
trees probablythe A.
One of the largest rose apple
use and Instead of honoring bravery, heroism and sacrifice all heart should be and evil the turned into cash. Young timber
glad, no thought come to mar peace;II only mature cashew nut tree in Stuart' are in the FredE. Menninger home in St. Lucie
actually seem to shed dishonor on them believe that all who leek shelter within these aisles should the Estate Those who made this should be left to grow another
noble 'heritage from harm, and the fire fiend never be Rwftrthl: crop
: .. many new introductions of trees that have expedition Included: E. F. Adam
But, within the last few decades, other type of memorial! have unchecked: been made in Stuart the past 15 years it is probable that Walter M. Roger, A. D. McConnell i ,
Turpentine, rosin and like
; into being. These take the form of usefuj things living things51 t believe In the highland springs and lakes, and would have there are more different tropical trees growing in Stuart W, T. Ford C. N Perklni, products of the forest, worth J
that WIll b e respected and loved by generations yet to come noble tree stand guard around them. upon the mountain side I would today than in any other locality In Florida. roll Henry, B D.E.King Burdeshaw, Robert K. Wor, $40000000, are used annually In

spread a thick carpet of leaves and moss through which: the water might I MORE ABOUTPIONEERS clal development which called Baker' F W.: Tyler, H .M.CHO H- the United States hri
find its way into the valleys and.onward to the ocean.. for walks and street. the new-
Then living memorial* can take many forms. They'an be single ton, Harvey Zuver, Oeorge Me.
arboretum, landscaped areas around monuments bird sanctuwefl I I believe in the giant !trees which have stood for thousands of HERE comers Joined their veteran the Kana, Fred J. Fostel J. Ralph : In the United State newsprint
and years, and pray that no harm shall come nigh them. neighbor In landscaping: I Yonge, A. E. Backus, T. N. West, consumption amounts to j
-kept parka squares, game refuge and sod.conservation The Curt Shroeder family
-Continued( from Page 7)) area. ,Robt. O Cushman, C. O. Dahl- about 3000000 ton a year In
4s, and and road I believe In the of the trained woodsman and would have it and the brothers ,
forestry Stypmann
project picnic playgrounds, ..avenue axe berg, E L. Zlpperer D, F. Keith, one sheet, this would cover 20, )
plantings flower and botanical garden Area around airports, hew down the mature "trees of today that we may secure lumber for the Poppleton creek bridge. The beautified the bank along the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams 000 square miles 'l '
ell u the highway feeding to them, can be beautified u a mem- our needs, and the trees of smaller growth have more light and:! air and Harry Dyer and McQuarte prop- Osceola: ave. section: City Improvement -

project, especially, hona lag filers who gave their lives in-the wary ,space ... erty along the riverfront In brought the In two-lane a center r rI
I believe in the seeds of the trees, and would gather and plant Halpatlokee Park 1* a tropical parkway along I rI
boulevard when Charles Porter
them and I would care for the seedlings until they an ready to stand garden of flowering shrubs and
I The best to such memorial subdivided the land. The Mac-
way begin Irving project is to allsting tree and Joins the riverfront
with their brother in the forest and plains; then the wilderness and
[ of the leaden of various civic and social group These In. the dry land shall be glad and the desert shall rejoice.I site of Mr.Pomeroy home. pherson homestead, beyond the -LANDSCAPEISLAND
e veteran organizations, fraternal order, civic and political dub The Bessey addition, subdlvld hospital, and Including the Ben
believe in the birds and the animals that live amidst
protecting: W. one of the Fox place Is still marked by
I n'. dubs, business organizations, garden clubs, labor unions, reorganizations the trees, and the fern and mosses and blossoming plants.I ed earliest by H.settlers Rosary Is ,also dotted man' addition to nature'* LANDSCAPE CO.

i and parent-teacher groups. A plan of organize- I believe In all the beautiful things of nature,,and would preserve, with growth of a hardy, native plantings, although three, of the I
I an be drawn up at the first meeting and, at later sessions a fund protect and cherish them. stock: which has survived floods, McPherson homes no longer J .
g; campaign can be planned.As s\ -By Mrs P S, Peterson, in Via's rtorms and drouth through' stand on the river bank CONTRACTORS I "
more than a half century The] Beyond Krueger Creeks, the
and around Lucie estates section, caved ;
In et.
Frazer homestead, :
to the selection: of sites, plant and actual: landscaping: details, ,
.. Frazier creek forma an Inviting: In the last boom out of the Dans- .
I best to consult with plant experts foresters, park superintendents, M CROW THE Pans THEI TAU. AND STRAIGHT south entrance to the town I cqmbe: and A. R. Krueger homesteads .1,
and architect All these wiH be where palm-lined roadwaywas la a veritable garden of
rsysnen landscape : : glad to co- a
So SHAPES Tin Firnnui or OUR STAR.In Architects
when the Fed- vart-colored: blooming shrubs Landscape
created new
tats if. indeed I. they are not.already among.the leaders.to.the Living I -t.swa.4. veer...... I_ '._ __ eral highway changed the route and fruit and ornamental tree
I Program t from the old Dixie highway The; Carrol Dunscombe: literally moved -
Perkins estate, now owned by a Wabasso nursery Into the
the; Shepards, ha an array of former orange grove of his And ContractorsComplete
rare and exotic shrub which father. The nursery owner on
lave been cared for by the successive retiring\ from business, sold his f fd
owner entire stock: for the beautification
Next along. the river are the of the new residential sec:
The Spirit of Public Service early home of Mr and Mr*. Unit. 4 d k

Sway, the Charles Woodwardnow I And so page of Martin county
r', ( owned by CommlsLsoner\ I history could be filled with the e
Phil Pence), the J. Oi Hancocks story of the man-made beauty
-,. -ON Judge Matthew (now owned by evident today In every section.: ,. .
A H. C. Beckman), the Walter Kit- It would be impossible to name .. .
'- chings' adjoining the J E. Tay. every pair of hands which con frlI ;; t
or home the Carters' owned tributed to the tropical setting Stock of
by> the M. R. McCorda and the of today, which has attracted
Hoenshel, Green and Otto Kukln hundreds of new residents to a
riverfront homes *te re early the community. But It Is safe to Trees-Shrubs-Fruit Trees
settlers brought In a variety of say that this foundatldpi of
rare tree such ad'thd monkeys beauty has done more to build !
)ust7le, the scrtw palm and a substantial citizenry than any And! Flowering Plants r ,
Have Much To Sell-And More To Give AwayBeing Taveler'i palm, which were add- commercial lure to a; materialistic 14 .
w ed to the easy-growing coconuts world. Every lover of tradition
mangoes, silk: oak and today will feel a; challengeto Patios Rock Gardens
a Store which handle Fertiliser and Garden Tool, Seed >ln-. which lined the pathways carry on the esthetic proJectsof : 11
between section: of the citrus the forefathers to make a '
and Plants, and Everything for the Garden, we are naturally -
roves[ : Surviving resident and more beautiful world for the LawnsLilypoolsSpecializing
much intereated I in the revived interest in Florida Arbor Day. their children each have a story generation of tomorrow Arbor

to tell of certain groups of plantIngs Day Is a fitting Day to these .
Because'peopl. who plant trees will plant flower, and the) inter In their 'home section.: rugged pioneers, and trees as I i '

est kindled by' focusing the public thought at least one. a year on .' the East history of the Is the railroad tame tracks When, living memorials are a fitting

\ tree planting and beautification in general will result, in those', same '. early pineapple fields and citrus tribute of appreciation: to their .

activities being carried oa through all the year. grovel gave way to commer- labors I
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So it can be said, selfishly: because of what we hare to MI l| thatwe

are interested in Arbor Day-hut we-are also intereated unselfishlyfor ,

the civic good of you, our neighbor, Aid Martin County* a whole.In IVAN TAYLOR in Landscaping ,hele -

that respect w. have more to ve away than we have to sell- {

for we are always glad tJfcive. yatjrthe benefit of our' advke: and ex- o

"perience in this field.. ,You jJrfind ,us always willing to extend In Martin County "FetF

helping hand and more if 74|eon trying to beautify your own home DOCK BUILDERS eI

by i landscaping, or are wor) %n tome project for. the beautification ate

of Stuart or Martin Cou t ail
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Each of o* today JMbo benef icVry of thoae public spirited citisen

of the past who planjld the beautifu sea which make Stuart tourist -. WATERFRONT + ,

show spot today.. The coeoanuta and roWl 1 palm, royal poincianas and "

jacaranda now full grown in our city wereVlanted by the hardworkingand 1 hx
unsung ,pioneer Some of them never iNad to see the beauty they. .; IlVlTROVIlWJTS

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FLORIDA THE BEAUTIFUL ..- o. A.nEE'AS A GOOD SCOUT CAMP MURPHY .j and Pepper Tree multtpned Jots s mob thee

(TVNI: "AMERICA, Tea: BiAtrnm) Bt SoouTWAfTiB RALPH W-: ALuM, Tnoor 4, KSCBMOND HttJ. J- L I all they well. Christmas i

.r I; I t Oh, beautiful for spacious Met! (For twtlvt/ :Boy Scouts in uniform) PARK PROJECTIN Should be Planted for'Beauty I. most Snowflakes. satisfactory and II.au

For lakes of azure hue 1. A tree Is trust-worthy;f eta depend'upon ft. I ou trust it to ':For the amateur
For climate that It world renowned.
'For fruits, too. Jo what it expected of it It faithfully stays In its place and does This Christmas hat paaaed appointment may be' avoided by their, appeal' It treat beeaiia
r golden '
p ''I'+' its work well sure the tree I*.or bearing the tpeed which; they
WAA'S LAP being ?
Oh Florida, Oh Florida, but, how about next, and many scrawny to'the tnlUa) .planting, !
the male being
Cod shed UK thee It .is to the laws of its nature. It does not Wouldn'tIt tender j
grace on 1 A tree fa loyal; true Christmases to come? with blossoms but no berrlet.\ ting set Out In March win ,.
'.,I Thy moonlight night, thy balmy air, play double. be' nne to hive your own A far corner' of the garden Is the following Christmas \fa]
h 3. ,A tree la helpful; it works for me, building wood holding the Application Now Under: flamboyant rows 'elf Christmas the most desirable pepper tree Fort Myers garden a SUIE>!
sea sod fa purifying the and beast nowen? It you will set out poinsettia Its set to
place, atmosphere screening man Consideration at site There It may spread ting opt test tocatta]
I For hammock, hill and plain. from wind and sun, and furnishing food and shelter for the birds Washington cutting or pepper trees long streamers of green and red future.mast planting huJ
<' For. graceful palm and mossy plot, 4. A tree Is friendly; it is a good companion, standing near me and this spring they will flowed be producing next without encroaching on other. blossoms In the making Tt*j
'it t,l > Jot flowers and waving can, holding out its hands to me. It makes me comfortable and Whether .Camp Murphy Is Plants k J flower It the small center \ Oh Florida December almost! u large for er, the rosettes being Hotel
\ Oh Florida ,happy to be with ft. converted Into a Florida'State "Both are the easiest possible Dividend
s"H- Cod bed Hu on the, the amount of care necessary bracts. Variations, Intuit
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grace be 5" A tree is courteous;It! behaves itself well, minds Its own business, Par depends entirely now on things to grow," according to All always improvements, ]
And the polnsettlas.
f thy beauty preserved are paid by lit
may what the War Assets Adminlstr.atton
and doesnt intrude into the affairs of others.: \the Fort Meyers News Press"The
location. doubles and the white
From Gulf to shining tea.Hrt does with the they ask..Is the right i (
... l Jack Pryor 6 ,A tree).is kind; it is good to me and does not frighten or annoy me. now under consideration application. at all pepper trees need Dis-no Good'drainage It important .unshowy pink.\(
7 A tree .Is obedient; it obeys the \laws of a t bi ghetpower, and does Washington. The Florida Forest I' care beyond,! pruning factor and some form of windbreak For a gorgeous and e
:' TREE PLANTING!': SONG* ; as it is told, working III accordance with the rules. and Park: Service hat filed : It desirable Most people display of tropical bruit
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8. A tree fa cheerful\, looks up to the sun and does not draw away all of the necessary papers with Service: feels that the addition like to plant'a shorter thrur little cost Fort Myers ,
"I 4 Cod save the trees we plant. It waves its hand in glee In the breeze, and makes me feel gladto the War Assets Administration of Camp Murphy to the stringof like the croton in front of them, consider the polnsettlt
S d' '' And to all nature grant be new it I and the tale of any state) lands Florida state park's will bean since polnaettlat grow to a grow outdoon only !tty!!
S 11 ; Sunshine and rain. 9. A tree fa thrifty, it uses the available material, and does Dot waste' in. \the Camp Murphy area has outstanding achievement because height of ten feet or more. frost-free regions. Who
Let not their branches fade, any. It produces wood, fertilizer and food. conserves water,' been help up Indefinitely Until the area Is more suitable Newcomers to Florida know tussles, roses, glads. dnnlti i
a ) Save them from ax and spade and provides for the future I \the 'matter can be decided. for development along that line the poinsettia only as a treasured the rest \are pleasant addto" !
.., Save them for joy and shad Louis J. Scoggln park director than It Is for agriculture, for- potted plant, an exotic the garden, polnsrtUij
brave it difficulties and '
10. A tree is struggles against persists In
': Guarding the plain\ ; i has advised the Stuart Neat estry or cattle raising Christmas remembrance. It out\ on a grand scale vn&J
In with others and in
growing competition even discouraging surroundings
would be difficult to o'er..Umatt a sensational welcome to
fall that be had hat no indication i
1 When they are ripe,to and enemies I
tall among of the,' outcome of negotiations Forty per cent of ,pur industrial the Impression these immense visitors and a source ofp
Neighbored Shape them by trees for! good.as 11. A tree is clean; it takes care of Itself and discards Its worn-out' : Mr. Scoggin was expected to !to plants use wood as primary red beauties' nodding In and enjoyment to the me]
Shape them to bench and stool branches. Although growing In dirt, It produces clean wood and In Stuart today on other business raw material. tropical gardens, make on u."
Shape them for and rule even works at purifying the air we breathe' I connected with the administration people who have Just left cold What It-true of Fort 1 11111(
Shape them for home square} and school, 12. A tree to reverent; it constantly.looks up to Cod; and does DOt I of the state1 park system ninety per cent of the houses and snow behind. While the true of Stuart. The two i imunltles
Cod bless the wood. *"/ rebel It respects the rights of others, and acknowledge the right' of the world are still being madeof ] glamorous bougalnvlllea bursts are in the same t
of Cod to govern its life. I The State Forest and Park l wood. on them, too the poinsettia! hat fell climate tone
Lord of the earth and seat,
; Prosper our planted trees,
Save with Thy might. t
Sat* us from indolence
Waste. and improvidence
And In excellence

,.i 'From for Load Flantmg American us aright.Trees Forestry for Shadt Association end/ Beauty Suggestion We Offer. 1 OOO Acres of Forest ,Lands


Florida law prohibits the buying, wiling, offering or exposing for '
I tale any of the following hollies, trees or plants without written permission I

of proper of State the owner authorities of private must be lands obtained; and on State land, permission And Lands Suitable for Forestry: Farming and Ranching}: ,

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Dahoon (lien cattine and lift myrf/oJia/ )

l j Yaupon or Cassena (Ilex vomitona) r 1

Arnencaa Holly (then opaca) '
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'I, Dogwood (Corms florida and cornea oltemifola) : -" 'f : :'." f'' .j., ; ,.:;\\ ":;""f)' ,' j, I I'i.' '
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Jasmine (Celiemium irmprrvirent) 4r i:! '" *"'1.r':!) '. \* \ i ." :( : .'
Sweet Bay) (Afngnofut augtutifolia) I" :" ; '
Redbud or Judas Tree (Garcia canadttwt) m! t ,

I Mountain Laurel (kalmui lattfola) .

Southern Wild; Smilax (of which there are six different species)

Epiphyte Bromeliads (of which there are 16 species) .

Epiphyte Orchids (of which there are 20 species)

Coplier Royal Palm ood ('or Royitonea Stinking regia Cedar) (forr y< foxi/elfa/ / ). fl .T, ,T
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Half Natural Siztil you are planning a Forestry Farming Ranching project investment- it will pay' e

s -: .- you to consultou about the several thousand acres of woodlands, ranch and farm)lands

which we still hold, inMartin County. '

Properly managed Forest Lands pay dividends in the inve.tment-and are a perpetual '

I I source of income. For ranch purposes" 'alone, thy land warrants your' immediate,'ins _

BEAR CATS II vestment. 1' :'

I Forest and grazing lands of today, retufnXeeniugh earnings now to carry the investment .

j now on display and a profit under current' conditions, are agricultural lands of tomorrow..Every <' ,
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FOR US SILL rZe ARE South Florida should replenish her million of acres of ,.'
land suitable for woodlands now bjr planting young treesand ,
I adopting the scientific forestry methods which have 4 ,
t'' proved so beneficial in other areas. Rebuild the. woodlands "\". ':
by reforestation. ,
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Burned trees produce nothing, and uncontrolled burning .:' I ':. M
Mme, of flatwoods areas kills the seedlings which would pro- '"
due the lumber of tomorrow. Protected forests are
refuges for wildlife,and a perpetual resource--which i
1 + can be harvested and reproduced again and again. 8rl
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Protect the woodlands from their greatest enem--fire.

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i Forests can 4tv* us forever, be- .
them- from a,Northwest Florida area which h.s learned the k
Protect them cause they nstantly renew
lessons of forest management and fire protection-andthe
selves I Harvested forests can
value of forests in a community's economic life.
yjk,beginning of new for "
from their.moan R
..ts. If forest owners, forest More than 4,000 products use wood as their raw .
.11'"; :, material, and the cellulose of the southern pine I is today
and all the rest of us ,, i
marnger* .
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| together !o. prevent fire, .. ducing paper, plastics, wallboard and scores of new

Forest- Enemy,No. 1. ," ". synthetics. t

With the growth of science and industry, the
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Plant forests for the, America of tomorrow. e
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I FLORIDA GREETED BY FIRST KEEP GREEN STATE ,/( Florida's Wayside 'Parks -Expansion Underway; j I a home Besides supply being of timber a source on the of cash farm Income means that to the Decent firms*--,'

___ __ repairs and new construction can be made when need
m and the farm operations kept up to a high standard
( Highways) will give the reader A fair Idea appear suitable and donation
of their utility and attractive of' the necessary site for the efficiency ,. .
In keeping with plan for -
ness. parking area can be secured
modernizing and making safer
U Not do theM Civic Club have taken UM
\ I and more attractive Florida i only park afford YOU
roadside In this predominately rest stops for the pleasure lead In sponsoring and securing
1 SIi11t'l of 1lds\ m 4ffDn and comfor of traveler, but sites for the park Whenever
: ..*.........*....:' tourist state Chairman F Elgin they aerv to advertise Florida desired by local group these FRESH QUALITY
Bayless of the State Road De-
1 interest In, the park will be dedicated a* war
: e OympitImw2f' pal tment, early this year n- welfare of its "
..... wr.u. visitor People who have topped memorial to soldiers of World
r activated
on a much larger scale '
.....- along our highway to eat cold War ttMr MEATS Groceries
than was carried on before the
: 14 lunches In roadside ditch .
war the program of roadside areas E.: C. DeGarmo, Assistant
/ '!; .1 ,,: Improvement Including wayside l leaving the ground littered with State Highway Engineer for the
paper and refuse may now park Department ha general charge CENTRA'4ARKET
park and picnic grounds roadside -
1M ......._1. atU.r4 P. C.1d.13Gas. their can with safety off the of this Improvement work. His
...., .r FlorIda parking areas historic
t\IL.k..nm. Flor\dO markers, war memorials and traveled part Of the road In field representative la Mr, W.
scenic turnouti these wayside rest and use the Guy Stovall, Superintendent of "Where l bnoARuW
Door 0..m-a.1d.Ut: "Good Newsy stoves and picnic table In preparing Wayside Park, who 1* actively WE HANDLE N/nONA*WJRANDS OF

1 *... Juit 1......< ttat, nrlte 1* Itett U InltliU "loOt Onm' profru eI t-n.. In recognition, of this post /In a clean and wholesome setting sites and In supervising the A Visit To Our*Store Will CO.ITOC* You
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\1. war reactivated roadside work, These picnic part area .
1 work of Installing the park Akron & tad St. J. BROOKS, Owner
It U praut irt.!!.<. tar \0 .omr.l..UU ,.. set Mrs, Elizabeth B, Lawton Chair equipped with fireguard deices -
lil, pespl..t nrUt, far tile first protru *t til. -rt.r man of the National Roadside v will serve to eliminate tWIt LOANS TO VETS
In Uw galtwl ItatM -. laweM .. *I.p .....IatI- Council for the Protection and
fire from
V many Florida forest -
0....* .b, \*. Grnnwr .t ..kl (te* *t>u U 1W. Of the 2.
(, ... oUrt*< **t .fepfUf" kMUM a Mtliatl _., _loll .bt Development of Roadside Beauty, .* previously resulting from 002 government guaranteed
; M> M' trutut Uw Httoi tnm MTttout to _u_it. New York City, wrote the State careless picnicker along un- loan made to veterans THE NEW SENSATION
Road Department under date portected roadside area by lender In the It BoiKh Florida :
+ a..,for.. MtleMl mar JMI_Ik*..rorMt. thU fin U ...ku.,..IoU tM/HMoftlM tn U was U of April 29 of this year: Since the building of these counties since March 28.I I Car Lubricated While In A Swaying Motion

tetu .. norKk u* fclBfV "M* i.l* k-rtlf rpc.tsr..t > "It li good newt that the FlorIda first wayside parks, the 1M6, for the purchase or construction No Extra Charge
proAMU for UMlr 100. ..ftuttVst.r.attin _. State Road Department will partment has received of homes, only one was
prmiUoi s !/ ttrwea SY..ry.nt.d |
-tloii eI ......,. timlM, InJwtrjMrfrpnlnUou .rrt..Wra1 now be able to resume Its roadside ous request! from civic De-I In payment default at tbe close MOTORWAY
ui ('U...* jroup.. DM _, Ono* Improvement work We have zation, garden clubs, cities of the year.
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admired the Department work counties for the Installation' Home loan granted by lender Increase Life of Car RelaWes Repair Bills
1 I tart. 01\11 y"r -Inf wd, Ibol et .Wr along many stretches of Florida park In other localities The Department *' totaled $1412401)87 With
_..*- ...Un ""h.... Uu lot FU1UU XO: profnl highways, particularly where 1 Ia carefully Investl-( the government guaranteeing STUART SERVICE ATION
111 tk thit" lm diet. It
pr..a .po1 n a
pratMU4 tn tin, t...... m .M to UM trop pro p.rtw ..>. l 1 the right-of-way has been widened gating these request ,and as $1.1I44,259.05 of that figure. The
nil total ft four pM,>l.. a Z.w to 200 feet and the mar. many a* possible will be under- one payment default represent W.-G. Rein Phone 9144

i I I1noorol, ,..... gins have been landscaped by- taken If the location suggested only $199.33 of that total >
+ saving native tree and shrubs ,
-.71 singly and In group. Thla, with
the ground cover of grass has
GOYUIOI f/Ir eisslsotaF \
produced a most satisfactory

F Congratulations to the Slate of Florida heavily on forest products for a stabilized natural and pleasing effect
f and Governor Millard Caldwell on this eronomy. Florida 'became the 17th state "The one condition we would j I EDENLAWN NURSERIESinvite
state's. Inauguration of a' KEEP GREEN to Inaugurate a KEEP GREEN PROGRAM.The suggest would be an occasional
PROGRAM, have been received .t Talla- national movement is promoted by group of flowering trees or
hamee from Governor Mon Wallgren of the the American Forest Product Industries, shrubs As I drive.from Florida
State of Washington where the nation.wide Ine. while In Florida, a stale commit- north In the spring I see very I r
forestry protection movement slaried The Ire was named by Governor Caldwrll little bloom In Florida outside
letter atmum the importance of protecting; Governor Uallcren It ihown algnln the f of the towns, while the Caro- invite you to tour their spacious tropical grounds lo-
oar forests from 6m, especially In elatn .letter, lower right, with Governor, Caldwell Ibis and Virginia highway are
I I such a. Florida and Washington which rely above. colorful with bltitmt."Undoubtedly cated miles north of Jensen Beach: on the beautiful

:" In many counties -
the garden club and wo- Indian River Drive.

I Woods occupy a larger part of the farms of this STRETCH THAT FOOD f men* club would raise funds to

,, q country than does any other crop in fact as much as all buy nursery stock If the State ., ..
Want to stretch that 89 ent-
I the cereal crops combined. Department would plant and
\ a-pound meat a little further? maintain It Florida has LANDSCAPI /
I 1'1/ Attend Mis Lucille so many ESTIMATES OF GIVEN ON REQUEST
Since timber and wood are required for the success Inscoesdemonstration flowering trees, shrub and ,,1 .
"\ ful operation of the farm and since most farmers have on cooking meataat vines which could be used.
a some lands best adapted to tree 3:30: p. m. Monday, at her office
growth the growing of "I reallzesthat cattle and fires
; timber as a crop is legitimately a part of the farm program I In the Oughterson building have ruined many plantings In

the past and possibly would still See MerwmM
'I" Timber is a national necessity; the supply of it is being -; Industry uses 200000 cubicI cause sufficient damage to make >r Phillips

I' rapidly depleted. By growing more timber the farmer i I feet of wood every year In mln- this project Impractical The

: increases his own income and benefits the public. 'Ing and excavation ope"tiona.MEN'S ; I Road about Department that. will know best 'II

\ "We' are so glad to know that I Phone 145WANNOUNCING

Roadside Rest are to be crest
ed. There are so many miles In *

BROADCLOTH Florida and the other southern
state where It I IJ Impossible to
find a chance to stop In the
White Dress Shirts shade and off the pavement,
r Sometimes on long hot Tides
LII By "SHIRTCRAFT" such a change become almosta

I -v necessity If one Is to continue
.;' driving with safety The Rests

SIZES will certainly serve safety as
i $295 well a* pleasure."
14 to 17r & The Florida State Chamber of THE OPENING OF

Commerce and the Garden Clubs
lt'5 of Florida recommended these
F \ developments ai far back a*
5 fl' 1934 to the State Road Depart- The'Little

,;;. MEN'SSLACKS ,t 4 ment statutory and authority through their was enactedfor effort- Jewelry Shoppe

undertaking roadside Improvements. I
d with Zipper Front Many state have far surpassed FRIDAY JANUARY-17th
.. Florida In roadside Improvement ,
FOR DRESS OR programs and Flor-
I a'' SPORTSW f pI f '-citizens making motor trip LADIES' AND MEN'S WATCHES
R. t In such state as Texas Virginia\ .

Tans, Browns, Blue and Grays'RIPALEETA" I Michigan Mlnnestota, New .
i' .
York California, Pennsylvania RINGS
and others where"'roalside\: Improvement -

CREASE-RE/IST1NG CLOTH have wondered ha why been Florida stressed i Birthstones Cluster

program, the baa Michigan lagged Highway For example !! 'DIAMONDS

SLACKS $695C Department has approximately advises that Michigan J500 ;I DIAMOND APPRAISALS, '

I e TAILORED BY DICBY picnic table placed along 8000
I mile of tate trunkllne highway 'ft
,I ; --- AND *;; approximately too of this .; )STUME JEWELRY
Also SHARKSKIN SLACKS IN TAN/ AND number are located In SO road 1'A
side park Michigan roadside
BLUES WEAR RESISTING CLOTH parks In order to be classed as Complete Line of V&LES rtn
$850 such must have running water ( and Ladies')

I Tailored by KAHNSTUART picnic tables, toilet, outdoor
stove and must provide for off OPENING
highway parking SPECIALS

Beginning the roadside work .' ,'.
In April of this year, the State
Pendant Seta 1/20-10 Karat
Gold' Filled
Road Department ha now com- '- Sterling Earrings

pleted three wayside park and
I :. picnic grounds, one located at $2.50 Per Set
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Beach, U 8. 68. State -

DEPARTMENT STORE: Bill Road U.30;a and 88,one State near Road Beacon 30; I SPECIAL, ON= CLUSTER 'RINGS *$ .95"

I and another near "... "

U.Picture 8. M. State of these Road Cllttondale// WE, HAVE IN STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS, .

F-F"NEW ,,' ,' :' ,' '
TIRES .. ::11t.p p
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;GOODYEAR / SIEBERLING xy Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Service '"",1'<") '--Y

'k 4 and 6 Ply/ Q

I ,',.e' -:\ t."' /'r y.,' i WILEY MO7OTLCO. rI The Little Jewelry: t .ShoBpe

I MEYERS. Russ Dalb Owner l./ .
North Federal Highway ,
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t r. THE STUART )jffltWS.! STUART, Martin County,. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JAN, It, 1MT PAGE: n&GWl'IeI .

) make their home in Sitars Mr. has''just) completed' visit of Army Disc1..-William Taylor, Jr.

4 LL Firm Barber U now associated with NUTRITION IS several weeks at the Stuart. Sat,judg.-City of Stuart to Certain i
|r, and ,'Mrs W: IX Barter Rowell furniture Co. The Barbers STUARTand Hotel, lands. Building

I daughter, Betty" Jor) have are temporarily at the homeof Mr and :Mrs M. B. Cam of Sat. MtgCity of Stuart to perAt -

red from Bainbridge\ Oa.to- Rep, and Mri. Marvin H.CASEY'S What Needs!t STUDY TOPIC Tampa are making their homeat ft-I. g. Taylor, to Sydney A.

the Stuart Hotel. He Is with Jones. ,.
By KENNETH STIMMELL i Brlnaon Construction Co. and WD. Madeline'Davis to W. A.
GOLDEN GATE CAMP OF HOUSEWIVES Is 'superintendent of the highway -' -Palmer. MateriI I Iis

Beer Wines, and Sandwiches Do you want to, make more ____ I project at Jensen Beach. WD.-Harold Berney to Nathaniel .
money? Do'you want to have Mr. and ).In. Jack Stab Astoria Mock. *
OVER NIGHT I Still-Scarce
CABINS .. Served: of Demonstration N. Y., like StU.J,11O well Kindred
more money to spend? Do you Sat. Mtg.-Henry A. to
and I want to help In making this! Planned to' Promote after a stay at the Stuart Hotel, clair A. Gilson. BUT

(?\ TRAI MRK thing come to pass? Then readon Family Health they have taken an apartment Mtg.-Lester O. Sheridan to 1st.
: .t the Edgewater for six weeks. Fed. Eav. &" L. Ft. Pierce

Opens. 7<30 CAS A.; aMOIL'MJL 11:00 P. M. Tuesday, January 14th, began Introducing project 'the a Martin hew community County- Usual they!encountered visitors on the the west dead QC.-fituart Pomeroy.Dev. Co. to J. R. CasaLIs m rCo.
the annual Cbamuer of Commerce -
and the coast'j
| J Miles South of Stuart, i l oral Hi-Way No. 1T Drive for the year WT. I Home1 Cross Demonstration chapter Dept. cooperated situation there this year eat Mtg.-Stuart Dev. .Co. to I II k
GFreshHomeMade/ AS the Cided to visit Stuart. I E!:. L Clark.WJ '
Never in the history of
Monday in the first -..-- to Sydney! Still Doing Its Best To Supply You
)-W APalmer' ;
has such broad
county a program
of a series of nutrition meetingsand PHONE 66
of finance been adopted. The A. Jones.
demonstrations for the
'HomeDemonstration : 'to 1st.
need Is for $10,000 which will Mtg.-F. L' Hlgbee Fed.
housewives of the county Gathering -
net returns a hundred fold. at the Civic Center, the Sav. &roan Ass'n.
Doughnuts Mtg. E."M.!: Higbee to 1st fed.
The value of a dollar Is not homemakers heard Mrs. A. O.
Mad Twice A Day just to buy things. A dollar goes Plttman. Red Cross nutrition Sav. ib" Loan AIII'n.Pat. MOW SERVING
NotesBy Rel.-cltl7 Bunk to
on Increasing In value A dollar chairman arid.Miss Lucille In-
Chocolate, Coconut and Plain In'the hands of the Chamber Home Demonstration MISS LUCILE INSCOE James D. Urquart. fIn
W, \ .
MII-Marge' flaesily/
Pie, CaRe nd Rolls, of Commerce helps businessmen agent, explain the' purpose of to W. N. Cromer. the
reap better Interest On the series to'aid In buying,
BakedjkailyHandyPanwratry VYA-Mary Ada DeBerry to W. ,
their Investments preparing and serving meals BETTER LIVING D onrrin. MAIN DIN1N6 ROOM a
Qur Chamber of Commerce maintain high standards of Did you know: FJS.D.w-0.: .' B. Arbogast to' R. H.
has been hampered by lack of .
Shop health for their tamllles.
That eat plenty of t
you may Rollins
It has business for
funds. made! Into. Two films were shown demonstrating food and still have "hidden W.D.'-Henry Cabre to Samuel
eyer Bldg. Akron & 2nd SL: some who have not paid the necessity of obtaining hunger"? ') of the Chamber
the! treasury 'criticized the "basic seven" food elements That skimmed milk and but- MlgVi-Samuel. H. Austin to 1st. M"r
one red cent but have
the each day and setting termilk dbntaln! the same minerals Fed. Sav. ti" Loan A-ss'n.
the activities and personnel
forth the basis of good nutri- and vitamins found In W.D. W.
unfounded facts. :Penn. Ins Co. to O. HOME CODKEB DINNERS
UTCH KITCHEN based upon tion and good healthWeat the whole milk except vitamin A Sehuck
The Chamber of Commerce ,
right, foods every day,to which. Is contained In cream? : WJ3.-Q.' N. Schuck to Horino
It U today
Americ Sty made because Stuart a faithful, few rallied A third film depicted the ravages That fortified oleomargarine Co. Served Family Style, In A Plea |, t Atmosphere
of tuberculosis-which can (has Vitamin A added) Is the WD.-..MelviIla C, Spender to
HOME C ING around The new the officers cause.of the Chamber result from poor nutrition. The best practical substitute fot Byron E. Wilson. $1.00 AND UP ,

projector was,-provIded by the butter,that we now have W.D.-James D. Urquhlrtof\ )
DAILY SPECIAL'JmTTERS 7Sc of Commerce are arrlna- Martin County TB and Health That cabbage, available alll.he' Oeo. D: Browing. OUR PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVENTO +
ing to get the quota of $10.000 4 4I
Short Orders, SandWKnesVid Lunches Association and Is available to year Is one of the least expensive WJD.-Vlola E. Payette to Sven
in a whirlwind drive. This will PRIVATE PARTIES
civic. groups for health educa- sources of vitamin CIt Nord.
3pen Daily 6 A. M. to 2 P. M. and I P. M. to 8 P. M. be ready money for the eliminatethe officersto Is very poor economy to W.D.-Loren O. Troupe to ElmoK. '
Sundays 7:00 to 10:30 A. 'M.Crueger work with and thus tion.The next meeting in this cooperative omit foods needed for good nutrition Troupe. Paul Gerhardt, Mgr
Bldg. C. H. Storer, Mgr. Old Dixie Hiway continual! solicitations that effort to better healthof ? \VD.-Loren O Troupe to ElmoK.
were prevalent during the past. Martin County -,adults and That it Is best to plan at least Troupe.

The men who are to give'theirtime children will be held Jan. 20 In three meals at a time In that WJJ.-Loren O. Troupe I" to Elmo ---- --- ----- --- -. <- '
In soliciting these fundsare the office of Miss Inscoe In the way you can Include all the K. Troupe.
LOWERS For All OCCASIONS Intere.te4' In personalrlol1'
but Interested In the Oughterson Bldg. and will demonstrate things needed for good nutri W.D.-Loren a. Troupe to ElmoK.
preservation and proper Troupe. --J I 1 l lr
BOUQUETS v "' CORSAGES, CUT FLOWERS building up of the county. uses of ineats.NEGRO tion.That soaking vegetables .Is a forD.-Ethel F. Moses to Paul A. t;.
Therefore, all businessmen and .
:>LORAL.ARRANCEilENTSDOMESTIC I bad practice because you soak HeIsler.I SALE '
citizens of the county are being
KILLED BY out the minerals and vitamins WD.- Nellie 1 E. Heisler to Emil
and IMmjJb CERAMICS urged to cooperatewlth the financial PASSENGER TRAIN When the sun shines on your I C. Juen.MtC.JladYI.
drive and help In making -
bare skin, vitamin D Is formedIn E. Marrs to 1st.
SMITH'S FLORAjJkGIFT SHOP' it a success. Money is the ;Henry Downing, about 35, the skin Fed. Saw' &" Loan Ase'n.Jm .
life blood of an,-clt)'. county,
That true blindness la
night Buildings
West Palm Beach negro residing Surplus Army
WE state or nation. If the flow of
WUypLOraRStrcade at 203 Railroad avenue was kill one of the signs that -we are
6th St. FTPierce Phone 310-J money is stopped, everything: vitamin A.
Bide, ed by a southbound passenger rot getting enough
stops. train at'about t o'clock Monday That night blindness cause
It Is of prime Interest to PORTABLE TYPE
morning at Hobe Sound. many automobile accidents? )
know that contributions to the Employed on art, F.E.C section That the Red Cross Chapter t 4
Chamber of Commerce are unloading'rails. he was of Martin county la sponsoring'
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ductable from your income tax. truck gang by the southbound train a series of demonstrations con 16 ft. x 48 ft. and 1611. 16 ft. Sizes of sections are

If you must pay anything to the when he stepped across" the cemlng "Food and Everyday!: 8 ft. x 16 ft. With novelty drop siding on the outside.
HOUSE WIRING Income tax man, remember, theChamber windows and doors in large buildings and
track shortly after a north LI ring.; WHEN A LOSS OCCURS Sixteen two

APPLIANCE of Commerce can use o I bound train passed and You Have one door and six, windows in the small. .

Free Pick-up Service The Chamber helps you to MARTIN COUNT HOSPITAL RECORD Insurance, It Is AMighty > l lt.
anoWDpnvery ht
make money Help the Chamber Agree.-.:.C. E.: Christensen to W. Ideal for beach, fourist chins, tenant buildings
of Commerce by giving liberally Births: Mr. and Mrs Arthur H. Rice Pleasant and other low-cost h ing., ft. x" 16 ft. sell for less

Ihristophej Efcctric Shop to carry on its great workin E. Stanley Jr.. Hollywood. Fla./ WD.-Jenny McOrltf to Otto Feeling To Know It than $200 loaded on ti t.
our county. I' boy, born Jan. 13. Admitted: Kubln.Mtg. Will Be7LOCAJ.AGENCv .

625 OsceoU St. %Phones 117182MHU'TTO Master James.R. Burns, Vero .-A.i T, VanTassel to Citizens { fOil I
GOTTA WHALE Beach; Frank Ulmer; Francis Bank. Folks See or call us Jor further details.

TO SPARE.-! James Brady, Fort Pierce; Admitted .s.D.-Vernelle F, Baker to KNOW, J'ho VtjR AtED'MAPP-

and discharged: Frank Myrlln Mead. tend to Settle. SOLD ON FIRST QffME, FIST SERVED BASIS
Marine Studios,at i KUrbivluml, WV Lister, Fort Pierce;; Mrs. Sat. Mtg.-St. Lucia Co. Bank to ''1ir

Florida, 'have received a request Cecil Pollack Indlantown; 'Mrs.C. Clara E. Fearce. ,meat Be Nowl NO PRIORITY NEEDED
fur the of wlwle (from B. Arbogast; Discharged:
curcess a Eat Mtg.-St. Lucie Co. Bankto For Ina cc All 1'illd
scientists of Swathinoro College.If Mrs. Mamie, Eubanki,, Hobe Leland.Pearce.
you should happen tu meet up Sound; T. C. McCloskey, Mrs WJX-W. A. Palmer to J. 8.MlchaelBoru Kind o a
with one, phone ''wire MarineStudios George Everham. Sewall'i Point Major' Ammpn McClellan '
Co.Onan ; collect < are frequently WD>-Harold Benny to I. A. ]
[Radio and Appliance ., sighted in Florida waters Something like .000,000 trees Johnson. .PHONE 104-J '
must, be cut each to maintain Evlry J
I year W.D.T..Wilmer. L. Spencer to Kind of I '
10 h., p. Air Cooled Marine) Motors Rowell Is on'Osceola avenue.. Mrs. ,, telegraph and telephone Melville L. Spencer Insurance j Located at John Taylor Real Estate l Office.

Barber___.L_._'Mrs..___ __Rowell's____ _sister._,_,.__ wires, WJD.-C:' 8. Arbogast to. Frank Phone It r.O. Arcade Osceola Ave.
Qnan Electric Light Plants Scholsser. e i __ I

(Gasolbw Operated). Inlaid Linoleumand Sat. Mtg.-H 0 L Corp to Bertha

Armstrong- M. Baldwin.Affl.John ......-.. ------------ .- ---
|WE CARRY THE ORIGll M. Law Jr to The
Asphalt Tile Flooring Public.

BRIGGS & .STI JIrrON PARTS Fancy Design Work Our Specialty Adm; ;Deed-E. A. Bowers Adm.to .

RADIO PHOTJO RECORDERS For Restaurants, asfer*, Hjpmes, Etc., J. S. Newcomb and J. RADIOSTABLE
Will Install Anywhere .Jr Estimates Write H. Balle,.
(MeINner) To B.8.-E. A. Bowers Adm. to J. S.
Newcomb and 1. H. Bailey i


EXPERT RADIO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS Ocean Breeie Park /T /Jfc>en'Beach, Fla. Acacia Corp. A. 0
Chat. Mtc.-Mn. Virginia VICTOR
Orton to James E.Butcher.
|204 Osceola Ave. Opposite Tire Dept.
WJX. -O&ar T. Johnson to/W. WESTINGHOUSE
MARTIN COUNTY Harrison.. hele
Mtg.-;-W. A.: Harrison to Oscar FARNSWORTH
I f, Johnson. ;hoie
WD.-Jo eph Cseky to Ida D.. EMERSON

4v/' /HI 'Type* roping Sat.\* Mtg.Albrecht-Myrtle F. Martin to ZENITH ie iej

NEW.E NT Jaa. M. Owens Jr. j

Iet.yaesy: 'M9aat .. 'veeteeye '318 E. Fourth Stv,' .Garage Apt, Q.C<-Ell2abeth: ,, W,, Bolster to ofe

Just West of Dr. Parker' Office Mary Ray 8UU. SIZ M ON PORTABLESPortable
_1st Fed Sav. & Loan
>YesSirJ 1 You Van tale Sat. Mtg 0
Asati to James W Pegram.

my word for H .The --- and Battery-Electric'Combination: Radios 1 v vI vh

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PAGE: SDCTUN --. ;:-- PAGE E LivE11THIt: trrCART NEWS, eT11ART, Mar County, FLORIDA THtRSnAY/ IAN 18. 1941 ri

u 111I111111I111111111111111I1 n, Into their new horn In Sunny TEACHER CERTIFICATES | Mra. Edward Harrod of Red' "Singing". M... Jack; Sawder- read Readings were given by

.JENSEN NEWS i JAcre'*. A. Papsodejl.and Patsy I I The )Department of Education :Hook, N. y. and Salerno Shows ion, president, led In the Flag Mrs. Fred Pedersen and Mrs W. --- WlYU' ace MIl aLNALCO
/State! !
1 SIlO have homes under construction -I ( IInd Mr. and Mr*. Charles Conrad Salute and the PTA song.' Mrs L Merrttt on the damages done IS11ie
I on Railroad Avenue and '" Issued 341 teachers certlflcates 'I *r., of Salerno Shores tu the churches In India duringthe
Fred Pedersen 'gave the .devo-
By Tharlolte Hellier during the month ot December ....",.,,.1MW WaRN M NNR.aSalisa
/ Church Street. I' Mr. a.nd Mrs Qeorge Sutton tional after which Mrs. Kindred war. Mr, George OSsorn WHIT T'AC
1 Among the Improvement according to figures released and daughter, Beverly Sue Webb, tave; a report on the lunch room was elected president; Mrs. 8. w tw
henry W. Kling of Ft, ll'rel'l! by Superintendent of : D. Bever, vice-president; Mrs. safe c..I Assess St: hbshttq, n..
jtrqund I Jensen It the widening! cf Orlando; spent last week-end finances A "New Year'l Resolution -
'I.j i'n'
!\ lomla..! "were calling on Mr and!'I It has beers widened\ three feet : yesterday, in contract with BOO ,. Mr. Ollle Erickson and family by Mrs Shelby McCulley Mr.I W. L. Merritt, treasurer. After --
I Joe Kiang Tuesday Issued in November, I
1 .r. on each elde and will be completed Fred Pedersen, Mrs. George Os- the business meeting the prograM -
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Oam> : English said that temporarycertificate consisted of a reading of -
In about ten days.: Another I Mra. Minnie Johnson, Mrs j. born, sr. and Mr. Shelby McCulley'were and
t. kltt ,Mr. and Mrs; George QunnWid Improvement is the InStalling was issuedId Annie delegated Jim Jones Education of Missions LIST your Rooms, Apartment Rental
''j McCullum 'and .Mrs. W, appointed
Kr: \ Mr. mid Mn. Henry Oun of !street light Which 11, Richardson, colored, Stuart. < Mwritt of St. Lucie Inlet Farms 'to the County Council In Stuart In India and a discussion Homes with us.BUYING .

.r f *Mounds, Ill arrived Tuesday the Florida!' Power' and tight were duncheon guests of Mr. and ;Jan. 20. Fifth and Sixth on a party for the Mlataonary L. ULF 0 Dst
1h Gambles will( .rid the bal- 'IIIiIIIHIIItsIIIItIIIIIIIIHIIIt11II111ItIItlSALERNO /
sp I Society In the near future, Refreshments -
Company now putting in. :
are ; Mra. S. A. Baldwin Ftlday.: grade pupil won the Gold Fish
\ lance of the season at their home They will be installed last i weer served to Mrs E.!
w v bythe i Mr and Mr. Conrad Johnson\ for having the moat parents ?
here but the Gurma will return NEWSIIIIHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I
r I J. P. Wllbar. Mrs George 0s-
pf the
( ( week* i arc visiting! their daughter Mr. present. Mrs HarveyHomlar,! S IN II NTINC
." after a short visit. Thursday,I Mrs.' Lewi Oamble was hostess I JM. M. Krlser, and family In West hospitality chairman, served refreshments -i born, Mr. Gladys perry, Mr*. PROPERTY CEMENT
Mr. Mrs.
srcenmpaiiled by and .
J A. Stockley, Mr. W. L. Mer-
to her bridge club at Seymour's Palm Beach this week. I Write P, OX, No. 4
Lewis Gamble, the entire' party 'Mr. and Mrs C. L. Waleslagelcf rltt, Mr. Fred Pedersen. Mrs.
went nallflshlng. I Tuesday\ afternoon. High i Mr, and Mr*. Harry Orr and Mr and Mra. Bert tamp of 3J6 North wle s Avenue,
Clyde, Ohio and two daughters Shelton Mrs. SlieU-
score prizes were won by .Mrs.: | children, Jo Ann and Bobby: Long Point, HI. called on Mr. IB. one' '
Barry Mitchell of Ft: Pierce Joyce and Ruth, returned ton. Mrs. D. Mrs.
If. Alderman, and Mrs, Sey i Mrs E. D. Pauk and Miss Peggy and Mrs 8, D Bever en route O. Quigley uarFlor a"LIST
spent the) week end here with : home last week'after two weeks Martha Whittle and Mrs. J. J,
Gideon Others
present 1 McIntosh of Fort Pierce called tI Miami and the West. Coast
his father M. M. ..Mitchell.Mrt. I'I'c. here, visiting Mrs Waleslagel's MoCullum. .
Mrs, A. Taube Miss Geor
i Mr and Mrs. George Osborn for the winter Mr. tamp to an
joe' Wood of Hobe Sound Turner Mra. Laura Howard! sister, Mrs I'.arvey: Hom4ar and Ion old frlenoTbt Mr. Bever.Mr Mr and Mrs. Otis Bernie of ..-

'" and her brother Sam Whlttl-! I Mrs. Adolph Hertel. Mrs. E. J r family, 1 11 Dan Crane of Maryvllle College I *. Ed Palmblade I of Bloomington Valdosta Ga. called on Mr and
; more of West palm Beach' were Ward. Mrs. Betty Alderman Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, N. Miller;{who has been the house guest of ; HI. spent last week and MIJ. O. H. Johnson Sunday, Mr. ,

..i gUMls of Mr. and Mra. A. Tail beSaturday. 'I Minnie Klpp: Mrs R. S. Robert- of Genoa' Ohio are here! visiting,i,1 Mls Edith Earle, left Monday here visiting her aunt, Mr 8. Bernie went back Sunday while } N"

1 j 1 I ran and Mrs E. A. Emerson, Mr. Miller brother Capt"Har"I(i tor college. D. Bever and Mr. Bever. Mr. Bernie remained with her

Friends of R. S. !Robertson\ will 1 I A" business meeting pf the I vary Homlar and family. I Mr. Frank 'Reckelhoff of In- Mr. W M. Mart and son Harvey parent for twp weeks WIRA14000N

be ",la i'' in the t.oreagain after having I! held in th'e' Town Hall l Monday Stephen Sits! of Rhlnebeck? N.;i lOon Plummer this winter Tampa last week. UR AL

: keen laid up for a Week, 'night Plans were completed fora Y. are! visiting Mr art.d Mrs. Roy ,, Miss Edith Earle left for Mary., Mrs. Martha Whittle spent last "CALLING MA IN iCNTY"

,: Hoi Wilbur of )' card party to-be held on Man- E. Decker of Salerno Shores, j:hrllle, College Monday: alter spending week end at$ the home of Mr, Expert 11)30) to 11:43: A. M-M iroaffh Saturday

, 4 N. Y was the 'guest specUlator'j ty: nlRht January 20h: in the A Weiner roast was given by" the holiday here with her and Mrs Donovan Srnlth at.St. / "MUSIC FOR NJNG"
Mrs joe Kllng; Sunday. I Town Hall. Prizes wilt be given Mrs Roy E, Decker 61 Salerno1\ 1 parents; Mr and Mrs. W. H.< Lucie Inlet Farm, Watch R ai g 5.15. to Si45Presented P Tuesdays,

Intensive building has been I foi each table and refreshments Shores at her home Friday evening Earle Jesse Quigley was a business by B rbogaa t

going'> on around here Hi the last served. A door prize will\ also be Those present were; Mr. i Mra. Carl B. Roth of Tropical caller, (In West Palm Beach Tsar Wor Home "Ci y Sin
.' few monthi. Mr. and Mrs. A.Mm'arlttls I given After the meeting a social and Mrs. Herbert Decker, Mr. Farms entertained the Salerno Saturday. Bring 'Sty 8:15: to 5.Presented M. We iday's,

J and Mr. and Mrs S,1, houra enjoyed and refreshments and Mrs T. V. D. Build, Mr. and i 1 PTA Friday night with an Interesting The Ladle Mlslsonary Society: Ai 10 Wec lid et by Rowell Fur ure Co.

i \ J Lowery have moved Into their j I served. The prize was won Mrs. Robert Decker, all of talk of Christmas In met Wednesday night at 7:30: at T, C. Schreckeitfost, Martin nty. Rep.
new homes in North River j I by Mrs Myrtle .Johnson. Rhinebeck, N Y., M ,, and Mrs. ]I}' Mexico., rhe'' school 'children Illustrated the church. The meeting was Charl a H. Jack n Phone 126-W '

e wm }'o arty has a cottage near I Hake's Ocean Nye Downer: Mra. Julia Wagertof the story by two songs opened by Mr. George Osborn,i iPresident.
.'.mpletlou on his place. Mr. and \; Breeze Camp 1 Red Hook,, N.: Y.. Mr. and I In Spanish, "Res Ras" 'and ., Psalm 103:1-11: was
MiGeorge Fuller have Rwved !{ The club house (\8 really a busy -
r i
-- -. --- I place now. both day and night. -

'r OW 70 GET I Mr Chapot's pictures were very I 11
|I'i icitalning.. Mary Ewer was
RE/IF FROM PAINFI/l hostess to the Bunco party Monday 1lW :; A@ -
COLD MISERIES, afternoon Bingo is played ,I SPENT IN HOME FIRMS

tE I 1 Monday MARTIN
ti ,LW nights Square dance
RIf .R-OUCI( < 1.1's' i- held Tuesday afternoons
till 111L11EFAAAiloAti I'v ith the dance Tuesday night.
Mrs Terrio
-- -------= was hostess' to the !
i I bridge party Wednesday after- ,

l STUART noi'm; Bingo Is played on Wed- .
nesday nights. Square dance _. r -7 ,
f : I class Is conducted Thursday af- CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT I 1-- Ideal l I EXPERT CENTRAL MARKET I j COMPLETE I II

'I:. Regular, Meetings t'rrnonnti, with a dance at night. i Sport I IrREC "Where Economy! Riles" Electric and Refrigera I JOHNS

8:00 P. *f. Peggy Reed! was hostess to TIRE 2nd and AkroSh.p tion SERVICENo

I 2n4.ncMth i the pinochle club Friday aftcrI Excellent ShopTAXI at "Your. jrtfrkef'S Job Too Large Or CLEANERS

I WEDN4 I noon. Bingo In also played Friday -' # CNTS Fee ING Fer Too Sm aTUAa'rs LEADDoT a

e'( DAY I'I nights and a dance Is held each HOME hI. b Wilson"Sporting I Meat, rodte\ ridGRANT HOB&SOUNDELECTWC 1 I CLE Ell! 3! leis.
Stuart 1 Hall Saturday: night Thelma Crawford DELIGHT ADS p e-I ,fea

"j'l} '> a Is giving a course In Physical UNDER DillCRADUAT ION OP 'Goods, I W* PiotfUp Alk\ Deliver C Servc.; CO. DR INGEXC
Ed CLE! POaIRL Court i.
this VELYFLAal.La
,I Public A We i requires a doe.lOr' ITIANI. STUART RECAP SEKVJC1 Da n.
ways me < certificate. Conve tl atedBros Ho 3271
I C. M T$ Hew artI I I 1. R. F9MEROT, Jr. I ou ]
I u_ Mrs. Mary Diem holds a record ere For At M7aItS .IMO-km I II st. Ph e AYE.RL .
for the largest fish this F AI. HI-WAY FishermenParties ddi.. Stuart 1864 I

week a t Ct!\< pounder. Carl: -- -- .

\ ,Graihuis brought in the most

REALESTATE i snook. Fishing: has been better I FRANK HALEROOFING
i this past week and some, nice 'HOME BUILDi G I Buy The Best
1 catches have been brought home. seeHIGBE GENERALELECTRIC'
I fiLAMusWaNewctoaV
t I Friends of the Biermans express '
their sympathy to the! fam & of all kin and ]

,ily. Mrs. w J. Bierman passed! &E v REF TIONELEC I FOIl' DUI!.
\ : 'away Saturday morning at the WOR AM RoofGeneral icing Applil es I Ul'ELUSI
|Martin County hospital She had L Kit 4fn, Isfundry, I
I r\j" Properties of all Junds I been in poor health for sometime General ontr gantV'Repairs Phone 54 I D Stuart IC VICE Cabinetnufjrall small I '

| The family left Saturday SP. 404 Colofa we., appliaiy L Radios
I'I far sale.I % i I Phone 9141 ] i
, I evening for their home at OceanBluff b. II an ave I
MassI'NCMPLOYED Bo: 832 I ot8 to StuartBathing' 'Message .TU PHONL III M UNTY

Also rentals aaM insurance. Phone 144-R Writ. r. a Ba 111 I ELEC I Bea Shop
I each $2 Phone 30 I
Jn PAYChecks ,_110.i.= AKRON' A PHONE Ir

: / I I compensation for In Martin unemployment county i I' Uncle Billy sez.
I A I EdwanjTMapi I during the week ending January Quinn' Store t Stuart Sunoco BATEMANCONSTRUCTION

i I' 4 totaled $28 and were made to (f..I.sls. mr'k., br A .d.f Pulses .
two women. Carr B. Smith, Meals, Groceries 43rsdimt.. awr.d-sk. 5.elbaud., ) ii "Service Station 0.
iti 'I Chairman of the Florida Industrial And FroieiV Foods Ther wet' a' feller, \our SUNOCO
r UCE.
P. O. Arca/J Bldg. Commission reported. Pay- VALUE To HOMC OR '
way who wed j ther be '
no Heaven
I ,. :; mete BUSINESS STALWNO NO E curs ,GAS, OIL, Ll 'A oRS
throughout the state\ LEND saaaYi I'' He rel> >ecl'dlOt/ th' Sabbath -
( :I''!r't} Phone 19 !amounting to t58,250.00 were SUNRAY TIER. i 1 Day, but worked th' whole TIRE REPAIR wl O. .LAND C ING

made to 3,805 persons 3,398 men ESTIMATJSUfl TTED glance achI full seven. He cussed /hU wife PROMPT ROAD .

i I c ':" _-- --_- __ _and 407'women.New .!!. Sundry ShutProducts? I ae-.rt N PaS.r 101. and children too; th weather, If r"... W .....
I J dry or wet wer allua her + SUBMimED
wrong R. H mm4 C. U BkRNITS, O k W. C. ARMOR P,O. SOX MS P E 8131). I him to do th" things on which IM: HIsImse. N* t I P, O. S.i IIsae V.*ralW r
: I Ii '- he'd let! nit couldn't hoe a row

4? o',corn but what he'd cuss each!
1 1i weed; he cuss'd each time a

i YOUR VARIETY HOME STORE OWNED I Ir P &MBEER T owe child) more Wer'to korn feed!I"ned, "Thet' I'1'1'I 1'l'' Auto Camp

II r Re lived like that, day In, day
McCLU 'S5c
WINSS, clean / '
utj he ;tmvcfoeuYlIke seen to Stuart
II I CICARCTTU.Sealtei Ng Ana3 imile: An awful be aboutso I
Boat H
] TO STORE -- to.rtWf He had no es"
4't ; friends of IIn1 WndfROod bad Modern gu
"The Dim re On I ream / ner In between; a more" lone All s Marie.t10n And Trail Court
man you couldn't find, he wer1
t v"I The orne I 'The Plac e that lowdown mean! He never RkNTAL llT LIt oaA1.k
OSCAR F JOHNSON, Ow.w wash'd, ner took no pride In a 4Iva ylor
( Fria Meet" woscL gol-dern thing he wore; aeem'dall coj 5.15155BLAIR'and
I ] DENS a. MLAUatn.IN, I II he liked wui to nil his hide, BoONE BAKER
AVL, : and even then he swore I 104-?'
I .. r Iher' moved Into our aelghborhood a preacher rite fronf OM DUK Hl-Wliy PIMM C*
school. Farm folks ther' work, he .
Y understood-he wer- all man -- --
I 'I k \, no fool! He spoke rlU' plain, and he preached hCJ -eenae-ho .

I I Web Ordway I till punches I d th' did church he house pull; Mule v Still,,aI life near- fell f,:dead: re hen If saw Hotel-- --- .
SMITHS this man, who I won't: name, a- .ttin' back next my or pa, Rice
Use Your --.5-- MotojAUTHORIZED "s showin' no sign o' shame! I could be rung but I atlll think ht '' And Stuart Tai
: preacher had a tin, M at each blast this man, would blink. 4 I
D PA POR aorta twitch his Dpi RestaurantHOMK
I can't swing a preacher's lingo but here' 'bout what: he sod; SERVICE
F "If your Ill?" a dally \limbo you'll deserve thet often fer dead I "HERB s.
Telephone jiSdoryM coos I You say ther' no hereafter, and I can" prove timer be, but swap ndabl. '
SALES AN Y/CL/ pee swearin' far sum laughter to a safe bet, seems ter met" Well see Late For Prompt ;
,\ V. DAY Aj sal.Tb. when ,he glv' th' invitation to those who'd kneel fee prayer, TIiET; Brre At Herby? CorrP

:: f.; The telephone direrM-y that hat Jl I WRECK! SER Fr' y Sp jncjt MAN, v* alt vrcHuwu, ICI4ELT DOWN, i ao aeclarel How I Open
choked upI've not forgot, tho Miet's tons year ago- and fruit{' a Week
J'l been delivered contaijpfc many hew an BODl RLtsias the time he changed a lot-HE'S A PLEASIN' MAN TO KNOW I 6 ..Till 9
[ PHONE 9142 Post Of c. Arcad.s. E "i
1 f t changed listings which make your old I L IrH, o.... COOKED FOOJ

directory out of date. Beginning at once --.T '

;: to use the new directory will help yon get WHEN YOU'RE THINK$Q OP PFTCHFORD'SCAMP ,
COM E E Brother* Jensen
faster, snore accurate telephone service. Give Your Car or TT_ HHwe. Available ImmediateDelivery

,Ytii can avoid many wrong numbers Restaurant. A Complete Check/UB>
to'the when In BLAND POR RajhCettatya GOO F D LXPERsser arc AMT$ .8:8 Bre
by i a< B tWNOLCsjlsM4 ., AND TR'r 1 THEWA

t I doubt. "Information"will help you when CONCRE TEM *rTAH.JENSN Pleasant Friend! ervic.sphew' oPEeN i. l 'aTStandar THAN v 8*

.1 the Bomber yon want''.1.,! not listed. Bane 3 MILL N.R avuaav ls'FEEL

Opal 7 week suera sat ivRALPH' VS 1T,,,
'il Southern Bell Telephone oiuf :Telegraph CompanyIMCMKHUTU BE.A.CAT as y P. APLts, 'ossINd. c. '
t tr ;
DIXI,, HI-WAY-.HONC S7-W COUNTY BIDU Closed m. to 5 .
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tained jmper. nut ,t'alnettoj5atMf. ROBERTS'tVJMA BAltEX" American.. history, more,. Thrifty growing timber in like a bank account R la

.. .N WsBr ; AT LOCAL UflBAKT .1 'ly, accurately, darlll'1: increasing every day ,y
FISHING than any other writer,
ANN* a DJttIHIIIIIIIIIimiAlflimUIIIIIIIII Ing on santeMf ', In 1SOO, Albion Hamlin "Lydla- Bailey" \ls ( .
and Mrs Charles Krutnm comes from Main, to Boston to number of new books added to
[rid Mrs. Myrtea Mead and have as tfaek guest MM IN THE FAMOUS defend a client, aid, falls in love I I the shelves of the Martin County MARTIN COUNTY CLEANERSWE

e4 Mead, trWruJa' ef ,Mrm Krumms sisters Mr*. Lena with the pllbett Stuart portrait Library last week Others are:
Parker bf Cleveland, Ohio, and St. Lucie Region ; of his client's lovely niece,: Autobiography' of William Allen
a Ban Wente' Irein Obtp( Mrs. Bessie Btftiburg ef MentcV, ; Lydia Bailey, This 1s the beginning -! White";, "AsHe Saw It", DO J
[pecte hem. (or *' two-I Ohio They an vetf Saturday by THf. Taut SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN Of NATURAL aUOUMCJU' of adventures which carry Elliott: Roosevelt; "B, F.'s Daugh- MODERN"DRY CLEANING and PRESSING f
vacatlon. They have ob bus. 'for .several! :weak1 vacation Alblen to Haiti In search of ter"V Marquand; "A World To 1
Excellent lallflshing still kohker, veteran, fisherman\ of Lydia, then to France and Tripoli $- Win", Vpton .Sinclair; "Hiro \ '* .-
characterize the' St. Lusle tlsbing this cltfr.Cftpd. where, with Lydia he participates shima", Hersey, "Holdfast II
scene,- but Inside fishing "" 'Dankohler said after In events which taught dairies", Shepard; "in A Dark EXPERT DYEING BERL<3i MOTH PROOFING '

lUICE ORANGES has not been' any too hot according the war he watched army and the worid that the United States Garden", !Slaughter!! "Lord ATER'; ?
to my' Informant navy personnel throw overboard was a power to be reckoned with, Hornblower". Forester; "Out On i RUG CLEA G PROOFING, ii r
$1.00 and $1.50 Rfr Bushel Harvey Homier tells me that tremendous quantities' of shells Lydia Bailey emerges as Ken- A Limb', Baker "Peace ofMind" .
one boat landed tour sail aM anti other projectiles, some presumably neth Roberts' most superb woman Liebman, "New Orleans i
See,Our J I ovett'ies' another three In! the Toley's containing poison gas, character Her romance Woman, Kane!!; '"TOgether",!

ClVPACKAGES fleet contingent Sunday, which along a line about five miles with Albion is the thread which Marshall; "The Salem Frigate", I ,
WE ALSO ,SHIP OF Is good sallflshing, and else from shore and parallelling the ties together ,this .magnificent Jennings; "Thieves the Night','II

FRUIT I ME where in today paper you' will area In which: dead fish are being historical novel by an author Koeetler, "Young Claudia", I A Tria Will Con ce You ,
and a general'story! covering' !, washed up along the'shore who has never failed to present Frahken.
the sailftnhing'activity. from Captlva to Naples, One i J7 ,n
d's Fruit ajrtd Na\lty Shop e group alone he recalls, spent 4.a ti
Trout and'' blues have not sit weeks at Fort Myers Beach NOW ON DISPLAY At Lighthouse Dock

ARLAND'DENFIELD, ow5trr. been biting very well at tIn- dumping ammunition, at sea. I ". The Beautiful New 25-Foot .1 I LISTEN TO

| 2nd St, & Federal Hnw.y Stuart, Tim. let -*- in fact the Inside fishing Whether poison gas ts actually CORRECT CRAFT CRU&ERInspection PMJdI
has been dlscouraglngly slow, although escaping or'" not support Is Invited See Us Fo/ ;tails
It can) be expected toplckup. given the captains theory by '!
.,and get to going great guns, the faob that all the fish have Dealers For Ventur and CeVrect'; Craft ? '
Portable WELDING Service It,,cold weather sets In. been bottom feeders which Boats of All Types Kk LaPat Brokers }'ku. 4

Fishermen here say that the might be most susceptible to : I y (
mackerel and blues have been such gases' He added that decomposing ,Hudgins :8 .
Anywh plentiful farther up the coast, powder alone' might: 1
D. P. Hudjms4
and that cold will cause the deaths. The fish have
predict a
OXYCEIN-AGE rrL OR ELECTRIC drive them south snap !keen found in tremendous numbers ', M.Ie N. St., Lucie River U. S. No. I'' Hi-way II I
both dead and I l li
Warrrt weather has helped the dying, apparently Every
WELDING TTING of suffocation, la
black bats fishing. past month the i Mon., We.J., Frt..

AN',FAGEN <- ON'S SE 4E STATION Bottom fishing\ good at the II r1t E{ a
Inlet 'if you know' just whereto But another authority, aceordlng SEND IT TO THE 9:41S: A. A\ ,
|.d ral and 1st St. Phone 8122 go The team of Steelman and to the Fort Myers News "
Clack have been averaging more Press, sees a subterranean disturbance LAUNDRYPhone WIRA
than 30 fish per afternoen, but as thecause of the > I
---'-'- I meet others less aware, of Just trouble:

where' to fish who are making New reports of fish! dylag In QS7f
Indian River Fruit what; the net boys ,Ml] water the coastal waters at Lee county -

Qn1 i Our Grove to Yo| Fresh PkkeaLENcrA huala..Conservationists M this time Just off Mango bar, I
were brought Into Jlorf yesterday ANDWEWILL
and TEAMARSH LEO SGEAIINES! aDd commercial by guides who !told lit losing FRA N
SEE S' RAPE"fKO'IT fishermen over at Fort Mey their entire supply uf bait'' PECK

.1 l/i Bushel M rd .... .$200 ers have' been alarmed, In the confined In bait wells when tbeyp..4 UP ER--
past few weeks by acres of dead through certain, areas. 'I
1 Bushel Mixed Fruip ......$3,25 A
[Ring Padkd for,&bipmtvpress Extra fah! in the Gulf. I MeimwhUe residents of Fort Yo dry
One source blames poison ,gas Myers Beach said that the en- ; : .
[ T Bauer'' Box 114\ Stuart,.Fla. as shown in the story herewith.: tire length of_t, .L.J/'aterfront/' CLEAN, SANITARmd ONOMICALPEOPLES :

STUART AUTO CAMP Poisonous gases escaping; from was littered with untold thousf .
army ammunition dumped In f qjls' of dead fish 'ef many Varieties LAUND SERVICE
the Oult by military authorities I
Among the. fish washedup
i at the close\( of the war were were Key West 'grunt
; ,
blamed yesterday for causingthe 'I
per ca/tlsh/ angelfish and several LAUNDRY
RAY'S LUNCH BAR : death of tens ,of thousandsof kinds of shark:At one pointa BELL BREAD
fish in this area In the pa.tlew dead hammerhead shark four) Jt: : :

[SANDWICHES MFFE* HOMEMADE' PES weeks The suggestion was feet long was being rolled at the Phone 27 '" KAY tORR 1 'Ii '
advanced bycapt E. E Dam- edge ef the surf. f SINE BAKERS i
TTL BBS** Latest theory advanced! by : :

(ripen Tit 1. M. E rery Nig ki here. Charles Sanburg, ,son ol strata fishermen! of water\Is that are produced the lethal by t

Mrs Bessie Sanburg left ? rr
Drop In For t Hour Smack Friday; the..ppealns of snbt for his home at Mentor, after ,
seams on the
gulf with
ederal Higl4vsy ppeiite Fr.it.&tTnd a two-weeks'1 vacation boatingand an :'
attendant release ef suphurous : ..:: < ,: :
fishing ,1 :. > : i
lCOC Owner '
RAY BER -c Miss Mabel Plriney and friend. gases. The fishermen point out f" < : : ; : : H

r ,.' ......... Miss Helen Meldendorp of Aillngton that fart .sh such as mackerel ", 1<. ',: owX't
and blueflsh are
least affected '
I II and Patterson. N J.,have while the bottom varietiesgrouper ,/ :' .
reported a safe arrival there -* ; : '
I grunts, cats and sheep-
after ten-day vacation here ,
a head are most often killed They "I r
I at the Plnney home'and in Stuart said that the lethal strata buildup :
IB layers which. drift with \tj'"
Mrs. Frank Kozelka of Chicago the tides. "

arrived Saturday for a twc Old-timers recall that a similar ,I : .
months' vacation in Stuart. Her
\ destruction!'of fish occurredin

ll! many arrival.friends here "welcome /her quake 1908 and following volcanic a severe disturbance earth X't '

'0$16 Rev and Mrs H. L. Packard centering In the West Indies O' I I IPEANUTS'

were West Palm Beach visitors island of Martinique At that

en Tuesday where they visited time they said beaches .in this
Mrs. Packard sisters Mrs Her-
area were piled with. the at.
risk. : and Mrs. speed, teodant
,odof lasting for weeks,
Mrs,' Oscar Cobb It again at ,
her regular work after several CdtTNTY TEACHERS I
days illness last week. r iYt
JT&e, amount t>l money paid! ;out, w Mr and"Mrs. E. 8tos.se'and GET PAY CHECKS, ,

with telephone,servicIt family have' moved from the Tallahassee !The 8th \lni i
Iuinislio you : 1
| apartment In the store building! stallment ef, 10 payments from\
increasing faster than the amount tc the East apartment, in the I the State Teachers Salary Fund '

former Jones cottage I to the ,county was made yester-
taken fa. That'i because.'telep one; The palm City Congregational \
ehuroh Ladles' Aid enjoyed ,a dayAcordlng to figures / var.,
I releasedby
materials, wages, services,'andfnefcuJlding l _] 'covered dish luncheon on Wednesday -I' Superintendent of Public Instruction rer.
+ '
,costs have all f one,up tremendously after 'which business Colin \English total! spy:
and, the making of articles for payment to the 87 counties from i

;- while ,telfplio'rxe'rateshave : future sale finished the.day the fund for. this month'k $1. .-
i Club
The Palm City Woman's 78291389,
tmained lofor lowe 'tliariUhev will meet Jan,' 24 at the church Martin county
as received! $G823.11 ;- ,
R ,. .at 2:30: p. m New Palm City of'which $5,859.55,1s for
wtrnany+ Pars, grJ3Tele-' residents and tourists are cordially Instructional salaries and $964- r rt
InvIted to attend and Join If' 1 is fer transportation. .
phone ay bra j1O inana the group Every one welcome at he
r all meetings The newly elected
the lowest In h'idB ut are'danger SOCIAL SECURITY lehe
officers will start their term at A representative'ot the'
PU low destm a recr5Wvolum# 08 this time '. Security field "lir 'West
Wallace'Bull arrived
I., r recently Palm Beach'will the CourtHouse r.lc I
from Port Jefferson L. I., N. Y., a r e
business; ReKonable arflija s 'arcfrtqulre'd at Stuart sox Tuesday,
and has since Improved his ; 'eIe
property Jan. 31, at 10 a. m,
toJBafeuar home His daughter who, same ;f.
cf a telep on IQ; y91 with him tot a short vacation, PEANUTS.. SA'E BIG I BUSINESS f
returned home to continue her
your'conunlfy, studies. P! R 0 0 U'' e i S F R O M E A II U T S.
People, circus elephants and domestic animals ate
Mr.'an4 Mrs L. J. Murphy are ort
most of the $85,000,000 worth of peanuts produced
making! ft- number of Improvements '
$OUTHLI HLL tElEPHONE AND TffLLUAPN,COMPANY'A on their home On Second SINCN 1 in 1944 in Florida and neighboring states

it amt expect it to be thus per* 11 ,. But of this mountain "< '
:.t!!! r.uU' : manent home. J I + + part of ,oo..s" was utilized id
: seldom hear about in :in
W. 0 DeLong who was Injured ,ways yon soap shaving
several months ago" In a car cream, massage oil fuel And research is proving that
wreck: Is again-'able 'to be- eat tlhoSpeelkllae peanuts can be used in textiles, insecticides cosmetics .

and report that while not'entirely ,' bristles, plastics -* literally hundreds of. other
recovered, he Is graduallyImproving useful products.; w '
W bat
R. 'Wallace, whe now eWnethefornur Rentalpdell" Florida,:"next door" to the expanding Latin-American :

R. L, Wall fatal, las market) is the ideal location for peanut processing' ,"

been,Ill tot the past tw? weeks plants.-especially,when you consider the near-perfect
with,pleurisy\ He is now; Improving 'living,and working cos tions produced by equablat''climate" '
and able to be about. a
and other favorable factors. .
\. part of the thaw ,
The' DeW Palm "eity Grocery' Real ate lasura e

has proved quite a convenience Write Sec .

to marsh the community the owner, aepe Portion t. tall'tld* JOHN E.TAYLOR fLUII I A P'' GIT caipill'
up trade enough,se that we CAB .. .. ... ..
bate a Bemoan enC store..... Jill OeseSi* $ldr s riolt 1MI I WtK W'4efce4 als Pad en this and ofter ..

rattenu should try, tabs.. **Hint sTUART .. .I
V .. .... \ o ys ldIItf.m 1'1W&A. a 1:' RgNe.A k
... $ri .. .ysi / I

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PACK: UOHTttN -- Ttfl STUART "::1" ; ITV4BT, Martin Centy, FLORIDA TRtTRSDA?, JAN II,'1147

'' understood ba will Casa Collier Moving pictures In Mr: Robert Bramblett! and ion I frame residence+ 90' x 91 lIIAMIMi.ICINS.. '
IlllllllllllinilllllllllrlllllllllllllllllllllkJTCVVS map he had prepared showing and It is pay] Jan.Robert J Peck,, framer Frank P. Hoffman and Lulu
\ OF a great number of points where particular attention to planningprocedure sequence of this\ Intriguing Jerry, were Sunday' ,guests of) I I Holmes.LUM'BFR'I
auditions and Mexican and Mrs; Turner Coat at r residence 24 >f t 21
excavation from the waterway practises country was followed by Mr. ,
;: LYRIC Indian River DriveBy had been deposited In Indian 1 refreshment Karby Loops Fort Pl rce. The

".. liver In the past yean and Others at the breakfast were Bramblette met Mrs Coat

VIVA CLARK, peinted'out' that, aside from Mr and Mrs. ;J.: Tom Watson Melville Threkeld who I 11 the when she wa on tour,through

,i THEATREPROGRAM"FOR, 111I111111I111111111111111I11:11I111111I11I1111IJERR,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I navigation In the channel of Miss Ann Watson and i Tom guest of his nephew, Paul Kel- the Rockies Mrs. Coat resigned
Intercoastal the Watson, ni grandson of the from the teaching staff of the
: "'" \' BRAMBLETT GETS the Waterway ley of the South Fork, i* on his
'', FORT PIERCE STORY conditions so created was de- distinguished Attorney. Generalof annual'winter Jaunt from San Fort Pierce school last year' ,

\' trimental to navigation In the Florida. Francisco He has large grove jad
i ;e, THIS WEEK ,Jerry Bramblttte( editor of open water of Indian River, exterior Another 'gitert and two-day holdings In Florida. Tuesday he POLIO CASES TOTAL t I I
, the Confercdat' a publication to the channel. visitor was Mrs. Albert r Adams and Mr. Kelley visited Harvey 25,000 IN 1946 \' iuilding

t o' the South High school, Den After discussion of the legal! from Washington, D. C. Mrs. Merwin, a friend of many seasons '

FRI AND SA ver, was commissioned by that rights and practices of the U SIn Adams wa a class mate of Mrs. Toll ot till country appallingpolio Materials
.' school to visit the .Fort Pierce relation to Its dredging operations I Silver. Is a member ot the Di*> epidemic of 1948 soured

'''; JAN 17.1 U high to get I a. story. COmmJ loner Russell trct! of Columbia Bar and In NEWSPAPER WOMAN, IS above the 25000 mart, it was

{ ,\ FEATURE Jerry states there are no presented and moved the adop- I business with her attorney husband VISITOR IN ELDRED announced but wile, by Basil are more; plentiful
, DOUBLE Yuth( Centers In Denver .no Conner of the -Na\
president -
.j'' tion of a resolution reading u. I Mrs. Aubrey E.: Ferguson anewspaper
; t youth dances, nothing to entertain follows (tonal! Foundation for InfantileParalysis ,
I of wide and
Pro tr Af the teen-ager unless they' WHEREAS It has apparentlybeen \ !' Mr. and Mrs., Leland Hub- varied experience woman from Marling- We May Ha at You Need

sw0 w r r0 Dif tc; to the hotel ball rooms' with the practice of C 8. Engineers bard Of Walton have returned ton, W, Va., Is the house guest For That New Horn Be Sure to See Us
\.i f their parent. "This U one of, PERMITS,
from a week visit with relatives BUILDNG
4' ns, their contractors, agents of Mr. and Mr, F. C. Deverick at
the marvelous things in this, and employees to deposit spoil In Savannah I their winter home, West Virginia Jaa.J--A. T. Vltn Tassel l, remodeling AL SH Mgr.
community and ulll\ give me a, Miss Elizabeth: Mayer of and repairing fesl
excavated from the Intercoastal Retreat in Eldred. Mr and
world of talk when I get home"Jerry Greenfield, Mass. 'I II the guest deuce, East St mber
... Waterways through Indian Mr*. Ferguson are owners of the
with his eP:7tc: ; are I River making a continuous ser of Or and Mrs Roger\: Hubbardof MarUngton Journal Jan e-J. M. William. 20 x 30
Guests ln the h Eden. Dinner guests of recent concrete block used
ies of small Shoals and building!
I lsIa'1da. Other, guests In the Deverlrji
Russell In Ankona
WHEREAS: this pratclce although date In the Hubbard home home are Mr. and Mrs J. O' as grocery' store & pply''

GATLINS nm II within the legal rights were Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Mc- I Mallory from Clarksburg, W Va.' Jan S Arlle Stuart 12 x 21 .

: of the V, 8. engineers, has 1m- Quade from Conn. They will remain through the, old Chamber 11OISE GL'ESTSMarking I Stuart FloridaSPECIAL
Phone 22 ,
pared, the navigation of'th. waters winter aeuo'I I .Bldg .
the peak' of the winter \ In Indian River exterior to E., Michelsen, who With his i ...- Jan. T-J. Newcomb Haltman,
season here and having I the channel, and WHEREAS In rife has recently\ returned to '
: broken free from social holiday i the Interest of such navigation their winter cottage !In Eden I Fletcher Russell and his visitors -

activities in their home towns.' this practise should be discontinued from Chicago, spent the 'summer from Denver, Colo., Mr. and

Mrs W. H, Brent of Hammond I months with his parents In ON

La. Mrs Louise Degas, BatonRouge 'Varde, Denmark. He states he
La, and J F McCarrolTof the Board ot Commissioners saw no shortage of food In Den A NEW BOOK FOR
Holden La.. toured In last mark, Norway or Sweden. 'Of GROWERS
t of the
: Navigation District In
ATCRE No. 2I week for a visit with Mr and i course," he stated, "these are
Mrs. J. A. Oatlin at Eldred Mr. called meeting assembly that U treat dairy countries I heardon qw+ ; / PACKAGE GOODS
do and It hereby does, Invite attention '
McCarroll, Is a lumber dealer, all sides food was M plentiful
of the District Engineer
and Mrs. Brent are brother and they could not dUpcM' of It.
\ to
; sister of Mrs Catlln the adverse condition so ,There was no market for the swans AND Kentucky Tavern Jffk>nd.d Bourbon
created and that It petition and .
Friday evening the party en- amount of oesswasus.TREES' 5
farming ot
f .,r 1ULT. Joyed dinner at Hoots' Sunday does petition the said District great dairy products,* I. Ota*'Forrester j& Old Fltigerald,
Engineer to forbid the practice
II, afternoon there was a small herein named. But that on the Mr. and Mrs Mlchelsen will Old GWidad Jr Old, Taylor;
\ porcl party with\ neighbors ;have as a visitor from Chicago 505TN fs.OR1oA AND CUSAstueescR I
contrary for purposes of Improving H00 Perjbttle ,00 Per Case
$80 )
( -
dropping in to get acquainted. Wednesday, Walter Holm, fora '
I CARTOONMousemerized {Late afternoon members of the 12 feet, as channel.to now'planned.a depthof he five-week stay to rest and fish. '($ Pjdf&ottle 995 00 Per Case)
Cat I house party, their hosts and points for spoil deposit
Madison Weeks toured Vero OPERATIVE 'Lf
.. I at Intervals of 8000 feet or
Beach, looking the
over golf AT EDENLAWNAt
i more and that for maintenance, r
SERIAL course and dining at Rose Garden the same or corresponding points 6 o'clock Saturday evenlntf I" Ballantine X Matris's'VVO
I Tea Room. a co-operative supper of Eden-
be selected at
Intervals of 3000 \
CHAPTER No 12 Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Roman feet lawn residents\ was enjoyed on r( ." t Teacher King William
or more not withstanding
y' ello of Eldred had as dinner the new patio of Redwood cottage -
'SECRET AGENT X9'a that such intervals will necessitate Gilbe Spey Royal\ Highland'Quen
1 I guests Tuesday evening James the of home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor t
use pipelines
Maher and Ms niece, Miss Betty 2500 In the first Instance Conklln. The supper was Jolt Walker (Red\ John Begg
SUNDAY MONDAY Lee. and Charles Borchetta from and I served on small tables artistically 4 al.MNIgnos
Greenwich, Conn. Mr. Maher 1.A Is Instance 1300 the second i decorated In bougainvllla. Also John Jameson di Irish Whiaky, V ,. $5 44
JAN, ni-20 Material Supply contractor. that points previously -! crimson hue and ferns Canad s Ctub .' $X4
used be selected \Insteadof Cloth $3.501| Paper $2.50
The group were en route to new points Involving a creation Those present were Mr and Order from ......r. ,COMPLETE NE OF BLENDED WHISKIES$
!rl JUNE H >VER Miami where they have reservations of new shoals and Islands, Mrs. COnklin,, Mrs Katherine

1 at the Hotel Floridian. or' enlarging shoals and islands Morris Dr. and Mrs. Casa Col- Edwin/ A. Menninger TOMMY' BAR AND GRILL
anVIVIAN They '11'11sPf'n4\ the spring now existing in the Intervals Uer Miss Florence Collier, Mr, "The Flowering Tree Man"

ELAINE months In California named Flortne Cave, Miss Annette Cave Stuart, Florida
I Mrs, Romanello and her three Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Merwln
In weeks old son Robert Joseph, RESOLVED! Arthur Philips Dumond Merwin
arrived home from the Fort that the Secretary of the Board and Mrs A. W. Kuchler of Rochester -
transmit to the U 8
Pierce Memorial hospital last N Y who new from
"T EELITThE week. Engineer,In Jacksonville, a duly Vero :Beach Sunday to return

FLETCHER: Rl'SSELL attested Commisloner copy of W this J.resolution.Creel of home. Out Of-Line And Unbalanced l Wheels

Boward county seconded the
AlTLNUb JUX11\G; ; ,I Mr. and Mrs Roy Blsoett of
notion of Com Russell which
L At a meeting of the Florida I was adopted Keeler Mich. were week end CA.U&WASTEFUUWEAROF
Inland Navigation District in unanimously. guests of their cousins Mr, and
Mr Russell lives at Ankona,
Jacksonville Mrs Victor Conklln. 'J'hey'are
last week end St Is \ '
a member of Indian River
l 5\ Lucle County Commlslsoner touring\ the state TIRES.WE
Prive Association and vitally Interested .
} Fletcher Russell of the Inter- '
in this
coastal waterway and An affair of Interst In the
Waterways exhibited a
riverside advantages.SILVERS SAVE\flfUR
Edenlawn colony was the Mexican CAN TIRES AND

ENTERTAIN party given by Dr; and Mr


spread in the Douglas Silver Stuart *oatS
JAN. 23
home In Eldred
1 .* TWO BIG FEATURES Mr and Mrs. Bob Standart from Let us check your ca/on our Be_V Wheel Alignment

NOVELTY'CHINA Pontiac, Mich. Standart is the S f Machine k
new program director of WXRA, c.a .r N'A..v Na tCa.
CARRIES ON'' Hill rapid rise In ... Se o.ar sr.srl
radio work has
INTO YOUR LIFE .. him 54.5 $ 5 ai 'as
among the favored: UL'lilER
"' For River ihing .RALPH MOTOR CO.
; "WHO'S WHO" h Halving the amount ot solar By Hour Aay Or Wee i
radiation on the earth would
\ Mi*mott lovobwrogu ,
INANIMAL ear .v.r bring even equatorial temperatures M. L. (f ac) McKilltp

t LAND" Mt/ eut le winam.fo.a..and! I I point. well below the freezing P. Q. Box 199 j OLD DIXIE, STURRT"' ":O.E""

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