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: March 20, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Utility tax receipts of tUU.- AT WITHAM/ FIELDA f

CASH FOR 07 up to March lat were used : '
K.'S;$ to pay 1804.M in bills, leaving BIG try .ww vicious squall during the OUTLINED FOR It t" ,
hour '
a balance of I9S6.S3. noon Wednesday tossed \ ,

JMMERCEBODY as Here's to expenditures'the municipal: Abstract report on ACREAGE HERE around severely planes damaging at Witham Earl Greens Field, MARTIN COUNTY I 1-:

Stlmson, ;
Lot It, Danforth Addition tiw tearing a wing off a
lumber to : I v'off Cub belonging to the East Coast i .
repair the municipal i :
Air Service and badly damag .
M"ieQueat; '
dock $70 U
U To But courts, I598.J1; new shuffleboard Rarael l Arrieta Payi $365 log a private plane ownership of Crary Tells of Five Major ,t 1" \ '' i d:

Approve $750Additional 112.SO, tax stamps; painting on Lot courts 18, 000 For Glades Farms which was not Immediately established Local Measure For ,,0 .I If' f''

OanforU) Addition ft,05; and' 6,140 Acres Session : t
by Commission lumber for repairs to municipal I The pines were tossed around --.- t I '1 ,1 '
n i motion the dock til.W. Rafael Arrleta, Miami develop like papers, an airport attend- While avoiding commitment ,, '
of Jensen
a, W Shlpe er. and former citizen of Puerto ant said on what action the State Legislature I': :I t '
nt)' commissioner jettttinanlmously scion, has may or may not take I li '
purchased 81M .
acres A large Australian 1 I ;
approved a |cf land held was when It its biennial session ;
U.C.T. formerly by OladM + open
(I'Inllo the Martin Count COUNCIL Farms, Inc., In the western po f / Illinois blown down. at and the Fourth corner St.of .In TallahaaeeeApril 8, Sen < ,, !
to be utlI
rotet ot Commerce lion of Martin County, The d/1 Evans Crary of the 12th S\ j' #
I (for publicizing this area filed here last Friday with ruunty barely missing several parked Senatorial District described for J 1 It Itator
the cars, a palm was snapped off I
minion turn will fundi come for out the of cur- ORGANIZED HEREWITH E Clerk purchase i. R.price Pomeroy.a* ttw,000 tasted the In the railroad parkway" and their Rotarians weekly here noon yesterday session at atChlsholm's I I I I': .

signboards trees and
jueal year and bring to ic: what '
Is one of the owners were blown down special legislation :
it ha advanced throughout
01 \the turn BANQUET I of the Sugar producer Aoocla- the county appears most likely to receive ,
UM chamber this year !in Fell rnere and also ha extensive attention and perhaps subsequent I ;
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lirtt Chamber of Commerce land balding In otber partsof enactment. I 1''r
arson was on hand, Includ- the State. His ion, Roberto. After pointing out that the I :
National Leaders
President Price French to In Attendance 'will manage the new Martin GANALOPENED House of Representative will .j I :

l support to the Chamber's At Charter lounty acquisition on which he t.l be largely responsible for action } ; ,
ell for fundi for publicity Session PXns to build himself a home. '-- --- _. _- concerning Martin County, Senator I I, '1':i
met Originally 13000 was the land, which border the AS RAINS FILL Crary listed five local proposal I ,(
With the highest three feet above flood stage at m\ Inundates the I I i
ranking officers St. K points area
but the delegation wa and
bt, aside Canal on the loath 1----- that wilt 'be offered to the:
mad by the Commtsloners of the national organlza- Lak. Okeechobee on the west '. wont flood ID mOle than M yeari\ |High water coven the main House by Representative M. H. I

only! $2600 has been eold lion. In. attendance, the Indian has bn used a* a cattle range ( ) and houses, gardens and fields. ': LAKEBroadfoot Rowell of Stuart: I
River Council of the ... .. i'CHOBEE
United with -< \tij"'l
the commlslwn'i pub- f r
for snail sections under cultivation Creation of a Board of five ,
r fund to far and 10 much Commercial Traveler of Arrferi- creased farming activity -! SCOUT LEADER: J City Commissioners, rather than I.
ill had been earmarked forr ca received its charter at a ban- am, stimulation of the Musical Program For Benefit IV CITY TODAY i, the present three; I I ,,

purposes when the com- quet and formal meeting at Stu- pasture lam are Immediately objectives Frank Dlx Region 6 deputy Says Operation Elimination of the existing t : I

oat budget was made out charter art Hotel members last night -r with 41 TV* area I Ia a welldrained Of Red Cross Set Wednesday j executive of the Buy locate of i Probably Will Continue Park Board and the passing of a
yew that little of it rend In attendance. and -mite fertile one America; met with the executive 30 Days Its duties to the City Commission f
Organized bv P. n MrOnnH* and offer
coulderable ,

'- prospects board of tie Quit Stream Council
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on Chairman R. L.: Stuart hotel w er'and past for extensve farming and A program sparkling with surprises here today to discuss methods for the first time in five Elimination of the Anti-Mos ': ,;1
stressed to Senior Counselor of the New crop development months the St Lucie Canal locks quito Board and the passing of Il '
of Palm City ls promised by Wendell of reaching boys with the Boy 1
fiuon members that his Haven Conn. council, the local The acreage 'waa acquired at Waters and Leon L Jones col- JAYCEESPLAN Scout program.. He planned to were opened for discharge Tuesday 'Its duties' to the County Commission # ",

if sincerely sympathized civic-fraternal organization was auction with a' sealed bid and labtratlng on Stuarts mot am- \ remain In this area through! morning as a result of the ; I,

\the Chamber's work and honored by the presence of Supreme teh deal consummated by at- bilious musical effort to be J>re- Saturday, meeting with Negro recent unseasonal rains which Creation of five new taxing ,

at and assured them the Counselor Ray Penrose torney Charles Mitchell of ceded at the high school auditorium BANQUET FORiNEWCHARTER leaders In West Palm Beach tomorrow raised the Lake Okeechobee level district within the present ,
possible action would be of Salt Lake City, representing Mitchell Smith and Mitchell In Wednesday March 26 at night to 161 feet, .2 of a foot below county commissioner districts ( 'I 1'I

a tor their Interests, but the Supreme Council at Columbus Vero Beach. The purchase price 8 t'clock to benefit the Ameri- < th maximum malntalnd for best for the purpose of sponsoring I I r I

ltd out that the shortage Ohio, He arrived here Wednesday Including" the paying.off of a can Red Cross. operating purposes Improvements, I
he publicity fund prohibited morning for the event, mortgage held by the Federal TOMCTARIIGETSPLENTY : The action closely followed a Request for a seining law which ;
The first of Its kind In Stuart,i
accompanied by Mrs Penrose Government through the Farm request by the Everglades Drainage i.onfmu 'I ; 1
CmUnoed ON pegs/ itcveit) fie! concert will mark the beginning ( < on "page Seven) j 9/ +
Also here were Past Supreme Housing Administration at Its ,' District commission to the

Counselor E. Morris, Kingston, Montgomery, Ala., office. of collaboration betweenall State And National Officials, : U) S. Engineer Dept. '
MEMBERS OF N. Y. accompanied by Mrs Morris of Stuart musical resources, ,! THRILLS A. BAPTISTS RAISE ..
Grand Counselor toe choirs of Stuart, the high I. Expected HereMonday | R Broadfoot, Federal engineer I' ,
; Karl An-
I at Clewlston. said. he
I gave
$6,823ISPlDTO school band and local soloists.
derson of Miami, representing the order to start discharge "after
the Grand Council of "We hope our efforts will lay BUT NO SAILFISHAttorney
Oeorgla- I holding off,
BAND GO StUart Jaycees will hold their as long as pos- $4,202 SUNDAY
the Stuart
Florida Jurisdiction; Past Orand foundation for as a charter presentation banquet at sible" and expected the opera .
musical center and we are grateful I 4
IM Counselor Walter Marcll, Springfield HERE tion
SCHOOL probably would
24,1 ,require a
7:30 Monday night, March
to the Red Cross for Inviting "
Mass representing the I it the Lighthouse |{ General Will Have lull' month before the lake :
to at the
Orand Council of New England, us perform and same To Make would be down to the preferred 'f' ,
to share In theirwork,*I The organization recently be- Another
time ,
Dr. Oscar Mard I. Springfield, level.
He said both
Stuart Trip are
Mass'membcTM! the Springfield Slate Didsavs.d''. $1 782,02 Leon i Jones arranger-.f the eame'.affUUted with Aotn-toe f I open DOW but the flow In the I I

; CoundlS'IB lire: accompaniedby To Counties 'On, concert stated I Chamber'oflCmmerrceJand I western Crowd Hears Y''
I Students to Compete lot1 Attorney General Tom Clark Nine is being restricted Dr Tigert'
la Music Event it their wives. I Admission to' the concert will this U to be the official ''of Washington went fishing withI to prevent'interference In shoal Emphame Need For ;'
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SebrinfJrtMour The visiting officials are sall- Tallahassee;;Th 8th Install, be one dollar which will entitle ef the national charter'I Samuel. Fryer of Jupiter Is- removal workxynder way in the Christianity
fishing today on the "Opah the patron to recognition as a )'land aboard the Peter Pan with Caloosahatchee River to return --
of I
; ment 10 payments from the member of the American Red Expetced Is State President\" I It to Its full Subscription totaling $4,202
/ Stuart High School with CapLeon\ Carman If State teachers fund Capt.\ Ted Preston Sunday navigation project i
I salary to Cross.32ACRETRACT. Bob Bishop of Orlando and the depth of 8 feet. made the 23rd annual homecoming 4
membeR, accompanied by the sails are in a striking mood the and Just barely missed his an-
county was made last Saturday "Red"Powell Y
nd Mm M. J. Morrison Mrs Stuart Is due to get national Executive Secretary: ,Royce I,Ihnounced I ambition of securing It was the first time! the east- day at the First Baptist i '

). Wells, and Wendell Wa- publicity In an account if the According to ,figures releasedby ,of Jacksonville The a, Stuart sailfish to mount on ern lock ever had been opened Church here last Sunday a jf. fy' !
President of the U S. Jaycees, l
director will leave In a trip In The Sample Superintendent of Public Instruction I his office wall. In. the month of March, it was tremendous success it was reported II
d bus piloted by ). Eo.kel monthly ,magazine) of tbaaD Colin total-, Selden Waldo, will also be present for- Strikes galore featured the reported. The) upper pool measured by the Rev Phil Maxwell, t I
English If it U at all possible
at(o'clock Friday mornto ganization. I payment to the 07 counties from day but the closest Clark got 1658 feet Tuesday mornIng pastor of the church. A building r
him to make the necessary
participate In the Dls- IS DEVELOPED a rise of 8 Inches fund goal of $3.900 had been I' J I
Delegations of officers and the fund for this month. .was changes In his plans.WEDNESDAY to a sallfUih was a hooked battler during
Band Festival at Sebrlng members from the Miami and 1.182.8IU8. which gave four Jumps and the past week. The lock last was vet up for the occasion: : with 4 1

V and Saturday I Vest Palm Beach Councils were Martin county received ;6.- I then'tossed the bait ,,opened Oct l, 1948 at which L. C Klckllter. as chairman of

wt eoo students reprtsent- In attendance 83371 of which I3K9SS, la for NEAR JENSENBy CLOSINGTO I 1 Ernest Kanzler Ford Motor time discharge was made for the finance commIttee. Ronald ,d I

IT State bands will assem- Approximately 100 persons enjoyed Instructional salaries and $96<.. START APRIL 2 1 I Co. executive, Robert H. and 19 days.RAINS. Cross wu In charge of ushers '
*Sebrlng where Katrina Kanzler and George ---------- -- Despite the rainy weather
p J. Oustat a cocktail party followed 11 Is for transportation "
fee host to the musicians* b>y the banquet with Mr. Me- VIVA CLARK Stuart Merchants Association I'Appleton tried the sulltlshlntf FEED STOREIN prevailing, an overflow crowd i J !
the church auditorium
Tuesday night agreed to begin packed 1
arables and solos Quade acting host and toast- Monday. Miss Kalrlna hooked NEW '
will be as BUILDINGThe
eel Friday afternoon. Stuart master at the ceremonial affair LIBRARY GROUP Development la under way on Wednesday afternoon closing and lost a sail and the party to hear Dr John J Ttgert, president !)

"WI muutophbne! sob by I 32-acre tract of land lying April 2. endorsed a proposal caught 83 reef fish plans to RO Rains Feed! and Poultry of University of Florida t I
since 1928, speak on religion in ,
wj DonU, accompanied by 'Phe objects of the order*, dignitaries Just over the Martin County line that Martin County Commission out again from Toleyg frlday Store which has been locatedon education and the need of Christian 1 '1i

L. Maser ami a aaxo- said. are to take part In : PLANS BENEFITCard in St Lucle county. : support the Chamber of CoIn-1|, Richard with Zahn of Dundee Eddie En-111, Flagler Avenue since Its open- 1 emphasis in our -dally activities r :\

quartet with Emily Mor- aU civic affairs, promote the welfare This tract hbs.a river frontage merce to the extent of $5,000 an- I I fishing Capt.the Miss Florida, Ing here I Vt years ago has moved 4 I
i first alto sax, Joan Combs ot the small business man of 775 feet and runs back beyondthe on Into its new quarters at 301-303 The eight charter members of
1* alto tax, Dorothy plonts, and promotion of a nationsi"Whits l East Coast railroad tracks nually, opposed a suggested national landed 11 btmita and a dolphin; East 4th Street the church were honored guests arts It:{ '
Card Party Next Yor all-cUy-Satur- kings bonitos blues and jacks
IooeIlX.MX and Janice Arbogast, Collar Crusade" In the To Raise wedne.da'i on the Martin County road. plan were In the catch of W- E. Schroeder The owner, Henry B. Rains, and six wen present including "
Interest of free enterprise and New For the past ten years the day 'bank closings, and favored Evanston 111, Ed. H. came here from Starke In Sep Klckllter, Mrs S. C Hicks Mrs. + ,4 !! ,

lends will be' Judged In the small business man. .Leaden I -- owner and developer Edward city express delivery.rSCHOOL H. Vos Anltoch 111. Harold Sul- tember 1943 and opened his Alice Bentel, Mrs O. I.. Eden- ,
"* at t o'clock Friday oP-tne organization have The Martin County Library: Peckells, has been with the I I livan and James A-shendon of store next to the'Victory Hotel. field Mrs C. M. Fox and Mrs. '
and In concert 'work take a positive stand against committee headed by Mrs. Car- Ward Lodge In Jensen Beach. Chicago fishing with Preston on Ground was broken for his new Ruby W ton. The other charter ,

may. with the Judging time lommunlsm rol Dunscombe will stage a In this undertaking: he will have LUNCH the Peter Pan. building last Jan 1 and the member were the late C. H. t I1
Stuart band 1 p m. community-betterment full charge In all phases ot development I{ 10 Munch who with Klckllter was tone
Among benefit games party next Wed- Fitz| Stein of Chosen, 0 W ,structure was completed days j
objectives currently being pushed nesday afternoon at the Womans operations j I' Springer and Katherine, Har- ago He has announced the discontinuance of the first two deacons, and

Noel are safety campaigns. club to raise money for newequipment The tract is, rapidly being IPRICE JUMPSIncrease riet and Flora. Indiana Charles of handling feed I Mr*. C. L. Boggess who was 111 I ,
AREAS'ISOLIDATION cleared and plans for.
are going
The Organization la International for the library. There J Rains, Wisconsin, and Mrs In Jacksonville l
with a, membership of will be prizes for every table and ward for landscaping and build 1 J. A. Kunkle of Lake Worth and will deal only In fresh The morning service at which s,, F
40.000 In MB council The local t a tea hour following the games tog Drove planting will take up brought 132 assorted bottomfish ed poultry and eggs: dre"-I Dr. Tigert spoke opened the

group will: meet monthly Stuart | Committee members met Mon-,the back 2100 feet of the prop- : From 20 to 25 Cent Into Toleys on a recent trip. fresh dally from his farmed day activity and this was followed the'

Council embraces the 'area day afternoon at the library: to erty.Homes I Effective This by a basket luncheon served Y ie' I
Hobe Sound to Melbourne hear financial reports by the and tourists cabins will I, In the church annex at which hv+ I
GHT HERE from I treasurer L..C Klckllter and a be constructed on the riverfront I -Week Mrs. Menninger Re-Elected the building fund offering was I'' ;

MAPS AVAILABLE.! report of needs by Mrs. Blanche and along Martin Countyroad The Martin County High taken. The result of this offerIng 4

An additional supply of smalltreet Slocunu The committee voted school cafeteria has advanced more than, carried the
maps of Stuart has been to purchase an all-steel desk, These Mr'peckelU; states, will I the price ef school lunches from President of Womans Club church's finance committee past Ie
f Moves! Mirror Similar printed recently and the maps with file and storage space for designed by Charles'Conantof 20 to 25 cents, according to Mrs its $17.000 goal for the year end. I'' J+

1B other are available free of charge at use by the librarian and E.: A. Chicago and Walton and emphasise Guy Boyd, cafeteria manager, I Ing next September. dli ,
Counties the Chamber of Commerce of-' Mennlnger donated a new swivel I gracious living as they Mrs E. A. Menninger was un-i as the convention Is In West
...... who reported that the withdrawal 1
will! be In
perfectly appointed re-elected Palm Beach. She will drive down
Ice. (Continued on page Eight:" ) of the federal subsidy made anlmously presidentof 4$4$ 'y
wabiing act to premlt on- conveniences. stated ', the Stuart Womans club in her own car and take.u many THE WEATHER ll
Ucla the Increase necessary She
of Martin Count,'! Hlgbee and Wortham .are the 4 terday afternoon, along yes-I' delegated as possible, leaving ,
WcW 1 Miles tractors and will that this federal aid wasseven M tM' Nn -on. .. ......rW lr 1b
school Cleveland Man Drives 1,500 start three or
I district will I cent per lunch and allowed slate of new officers the money for the band. loll N.... U. I. W"'h, Ob....... 1 ,
JJ bj thi* county Board 1I10re' houses immediately, j by the nominating committee It was also voted to change car H.ll JBl..',. '
the lunch program to be .... .
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?Sf.II'tn'! '<: '>n at the ap- withdrawal composed of Mrs j R. Pomeroy i the meeting date next month T Mur.nw_ R..dlnf..
$eWon of the State To Keep Fishing Engagement Hers AP PHOTOS ADDEDStar)4ng self-supporting The sr.. Mrs Blanche Lowrey and from Wednesday to Thursday to Ma,. ". ,._.tI M'M.u'II
lalllre of the subsidy plus the constantly _
it war stated yes.r. Mrs R. A. Tunley. avoid 'conflict with the Rotary Mn.r. IL1t _to ..
; ) with this week's Issue rising prices of food was M II _" "
J. D. Parker chair- j Mrs. H. H. named luncheon at Chlsholm's, wherean ..,
Hlptton was is as I t
Of red
The Stuart In the ,
the New will carry putting the cafeteria 7 :
county School Board. R. Loyda Cleveland cafe owner time for Stuart' fishing) Associated first vice president and Mrs L. Installation breakfast for the M.r. li 1 re H.s '
Press telemata of late ,she stated r{
lobes cation follows similar ac- here for a two weeks fishing I Mrs Bennett caught a T foot new events aa a further,service E. Ashley second vice president new officer will be held. M.rM.n, :If: 'I .el :: t i
: also being (oughteutT trip recently, returned to Cleveland T-lnch sail which Is being mount. to IU readers. Look I Another !Item which was a Other Officers who will succeed Mr, Flora Stanley, county +
for them
other counties. the other day discoveredthat : M, and Loyda a 4 foot 7-lneh each week. great aid to the program was themselves for another year Include school nurse spoke on the new s iM.r
a friend C. Bennett was said which also went to the items furnished by 0 the federal' Mrs Durant Fulton and health program which she stated .. sdy. ,.soM.r. G
noommended I by the Flor-I and turned 'taxidermist. had -foot, program such as potatoes Ona Mrs. H. W. and Is. concentrated ISIS .. ..Lee I
liners en route to Stuart He an LUMP SALE INDicATED'' Neall recording now on the "or, u. _' 1-11
PO Committee. the ac- around and drove all the way IH-lnch call mouated on his and other surplus items'' at certain corresponding secretaries,, Miss children although U is hoped -- -
ld provide for greater 1 back for one day fishing. earlier trip."Bennett. Unofficial reports today Indicated ';' season of the year. "It Is Ida Albracht. treasurer. Mrs. that a health unit will be set up

Iq the adm1nlatralJoll I Bennett Cleveland Buick dealer and I had been talkIng remains of the WAA,surplus I hoped, that the federal assistance Charles McPherson flag custodian here before the summer I Ia over THE TIDES '
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tilt School funds, P&rtIca Mrs...Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. about this Stuart trip for building material sal" at will be resumed and the and Mrs. Pomeroy; parliamentarian Charles Christopher showed two

,.uaI1aaUon of financial H. Hetrick, and Mr and 'Mr*. five year," he declared "but: he Camp Murphy would be lumped patrons can be assured that the Mrs. Evans Crary motion picture reel on TB work "

crot South Loyda went fishing In the Gulf Just couldn't get away. When together and sold on a fixed bid !price will be dropped Immediately ',and Mrs M o LIttman were I and communicable diseases The low .
thatnecessary Nora u1 .w.e et L..M a'MS
.. with I found be had to basis. understood if It to, the added.' j eletced the board of directors, health ,' .
Stream Tuesday Capt. Walt dipped away R was a new program was sponsored tIo.- ', em
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mnt IChol officials .Sander on the Hi-Hook.. Loyda Stuart I determined he wasnt catalogue was being'readied" and Mrs Boyd! expressed appreclai The club' voted to give $10 to by the Health and Welfare department .,.I'.r.
1ht IldeWprea4 who rolled In at 9 a,*, m. Tuesday going to get away: with It with-' remaining buildings on the site ,Lion to the Pltch.ford Brother the Stuart band In addition to of the clue of which' .w : "I 11I4 a s. N. '1,

hopes for' Just-jn time to make .the out me." would be sold as they are. although I Pith Mrteat Salerno! .for the a previous $9 donation The Mr*. Lloyd: Travis-is Ch! .,..,. ,
rbool".m g of.-a 'new County boat said: 'The Betrick art spending the 'no indication was given, donation of fish each' Friday club by-laws; allow *25 each year She was assisted In the '.
a project,which\ the! '"It was worth. all in* trouble. 'On what type of priority system : and also to the Stuart Sa rood for the president. to attend the hour bys a committee coin

Pointed out WOIIId be W. caught five sails'.released winter at Jensen Beach. 'The i would be -used.-The quantity to 'I'Market; for I cleaning.-and preparing state; convention and Mrs. I of Mr*. James Fyfe, Mr,

00COssi ble wl t.hout.the. two, had two mounted and onesmoked Loyda will drive on to Phoenix]!I be included In the lump tale will he, fish tot the cafe] nlnger suggested that .M'j: Traylor......, r.. R. Horton

j rd drive }JIiOO mile.any, *rtaon*. *. *. ,... ''bit considerable was added. tens l pense money would not be need-: Mlas Mart: &sckelfocdi! "

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WIVtl AMO orfeu ofbINKIN4 MM llllllllllllllllllllll.il.i.llllllllllllllllllll Little Theatre _RY MEETINGSEOR home of Miss Beacham' sisterwhile | Risky In
ALCOLISDI Obituaries Group MONDAY. ,J'pA In Orlando 'for the three.1da
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinimDR. feting of lot Owners -
g rail st ?web/ W..a of NnaatinWN ] eclat ) undigested food
CROSS SPITAl, Organized For meu"" efl of the Tern Hill -i4r .'SldneJ Jouvert wu Call- Retained putrefactive, cfciun toxlnt*,*,*
,M ow bin two J. NEWNHAM County iwjoclatlon will to* i overload the liver and other 0
t 4210 Cr4 Aeeae A. r.Nnlurg. FL, .' Ce lel'1' to Albany, IN. Y. this week by gay ,t kmenin u e w fsistanos
\ hat' neat Monda1111lb\ the critical limes of bet rather to cu Sad tithe

TAKEN BY DEATHAT I I Early last week a group of t10-craft; Mn C H. John, treasurer f tttrtroom at the Martin Cyrus Cross. and Interisrm isle Usia with th tes e fella octal, el aT'ihy

young married women In Btuarj} and Mn Elizabeth Madeira, ,uty court house on West thSet. tyke Colotabst evet7:; ,
It has been announced bysoclatlon yes teSTaMly a
YOU decided that the social life oi publicity. 1'
Are Invited I President L. 8. Ore- LOYAL ORDE OF pu int"uea. icing out tab
to Hear How WEST PALM the community epuld be Increased Selected a* permanent man- den putre s teas aM was r
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE H ALS I Jlng director of The, Little orle MOOSE .den mucu labs a you to nos U
by organizing a Little Theatre loiter Mr I A dlllCulllon of the possibility STUART LODC effectively dorfl acold.ktu.
By Attending This Free Publict cture, Entitled Glenn De MEETS a'
-- movement These Little Theatre icy, who has had wide expr* of transferrng the assets and In See .d NESD a tit iiisad NMo at l
"CH \ISTIAN SCIENCE i Funeral Service; Will Be group have ,been very successful -l J 4he organization nd property of the association to sea YNTMN
DEMI Held Here Saturday cond c Imllar groui, Mra.mounced some corporation who will undertake mans Han
THE. ND /HE TIMES" ( all over the United State Talc CALO BS
", Afternoon I DeBerp h Bal an to develop and Improvethe liteart, Fla +
and have furnished entertainment
by : maintain
e open ttMjtlngvm be leld at properties and
George Claiming' .8.';f San Francisco, Cal. Dr Newnham, '17 not only to those actively 8 p. In. at the ..._ I.. ",'h a manner U to
SI for yean le Cen r Toesday u
Member el the BotH 01 1 of hip *r The Mother" Chmh, a practicing physician In. Stuart Interested, but to others In the / March 25. to. Berry provide.: perpetual care of thecemetery BUMPER SERVICE c
The Pint Church of Christ, communities as well. Such an further stated K held. 'A maporlty BUMPER
1 s; text" In Boston, M..rh..f'U.Merriman's adults will be..
until to West Palm all/
moving organization would require the will be welcome X /meeting cl the stockholder or II. ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES
Beach in I93S died at 10:45: last active Interest and support of who have any talffi needed at this MECHANIC
Tb Church Ediffe, Flajgler Drive and night at Good Samaritan Hospital tho e Interested In the theatre,, project and especial) one In with this member meeting for are any action to be .. MOTO.SWAY LUBRICATION. R''
oboe rVjd
Okec t not only M potential actors and .
there He was stricken aptitude or talent atonj ,, taken, Oregorie pointed out.
SUNDAY actresses' but for other actlvU. CLINTONE
AFTER/TOON, 23, .t 3:15: last Sunday of thegroups' actlvi ,
rndcr the aupke w first church o r\fbrMl, Scientist, Funeral services will be held ties connected: with the stage. handy with the hamn\Men and HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IT 15 SRAYED > set
WeMJITalm Beach Florid at :1 clock Saturday afternoon There would ke a need for stage,saw, painter and electrf ns ATTEND CONVENTION ROAD 5r Vit;&. r
AVL ARE WELCOME at John Chapel' here, with the designing, lighting costuming\ women wbiHlk to New or e Jim Conrad president of the \ II(
.1(Rev R M Fen ton officiating make, up and. stage craft to say or design costumes will be equ> Stuart High school cooperative Station
Burial will be at Fern Hill eenetery nothing or the Business mechanic -/ly/ t* necessary for the succe)a\l ttudent Governing council, Jean Stuart Serv t
He 1 is survived by his wife. neceswy to make such. an of the Theater as the Interestand eacham, council member from PHONE
A Mason and a Shrlner, he, undertaking a success support of those who' want t junior class and Mary DlaW w. Co REIN \ .mfc gtIL
I was a member of Harmonla Within the space of'two.othree r to appear before the footlights m ninth grade representative -
TavernHAS Lodge of West Palm Beach and days the Initiator of the Mr. DcBerry made clear, how \II go to Orlando this weekend
Idea had contacted a numberof ever, that this organization\ 16 .
of the Morocco Shrine at Jacksonville v tend the state convention
men and women In Stuart and for the grown folks of Martin of .. dent Councils of the
]9om at Columbia City I found an unexpected Interest county and will not. at present. !t ate XThM 'et rh
JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE LINE I Fla.. August 10), ma Dr. News' Friday night an Informal meeting Include boy.,and girls of school is thevflrst time Stuart ill
OF ham served In World War I asa : was held at the home of age has had such-.m'I organisation dui
I Mrs Price French which was at- Further Information can be which or.d .
captain In the Medical Corps, tonstltntes. a working
IMPORTED ITALIAN WINES | and came to feiuart to make his tented by those who had been obtained from. Mrs Glenn De- course In Democracy The entire
home and begin practice In 1918 approached As a result' the Berry, telephone 28-W, or Mrs convention is planned and operated It
ENJOY THst FINEST OF uft COLD (shortly after the Armistice Martin County Little Theatre Madeira, 182R.Synthetic by student with the Idea
.a organized and
) temporaryofficers -- that the
An ardent fisherman and -- teen-age group learn
I hunter, he greatly' enjoyed tarpon chosen to serve until camphor .la made of by conducting civic enterpriseon
BOTTLEDBEERS !I fishing In the St. Lucle and the county can be canvassed and turpentine We sell 85.000 barrels their own initiative The Sty rid
.the membership Increased to a .. .
quail shooting In this area. II' of gum spirits annually to
substantial number from whom
Premfilp x had a wide' circle! of friends hrr>. make this camphor.The .
Brands permanent officer will be t
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sell'Cted"The temporary officers \United States Is the Expert I01hie
BEER BY THE CA'f.TQ TAKE OUT FINAL RITES FOR appointed at the meeting are: world lurges. producer of naval ,

t' ICE C'AM Mrs. Price French, business manager stores with about 65.3 per cent Watch Repairing
Mrs. Walter Davey, stage of the totalLOWERY. :
Bring Year tefrk To.WJ Horn set:
CIGARS CICI REfcrEs CANDY LELA MAXSON --------1' 2nd Ho\e Across x !nr

Thi. W. 3rd StM* Side oft / O let
OPEN 'lA Service: Afternoon For St Patrick Day ball, w
S:0f\: M. 12.00: P. M.
Member of
Charter staged Monday night at the Stu. LEGION POST ark
"' SUNDAYS Garden Club
I CLOSED art civic center by the Catholic Charl /H. JacXsonFredA.Stafford rid

f( Funeral services for Mrs Lela church, highlighted the winter real

B. Maxson, .widow of Alfred' I. social season with some 300 Initiation Of New Office\
Jim Merriman Maxson, were conducted here at guests dancing to the strain of To Take Place In .t rer
: { 2:30: this afternoon at the Johns Daushertj orchestra from April \\
I [ Chapel by the Rev Phil Max West Palm Beocn \ tlhl
I It ." 0 .', A"*. V well, pastor of the First Baptist Father T 1. Geary,church pastor Attorney Harris R. Lowery, Jr.,
R ; Church. assisted by Dr. H. C. and general chairman, addressed has been elected commander of
t Van Horn, a retired minister of the guests In his native HaroU_ John poet 02 American Registered I raster Au
: the Seventh Day Baptist Church Gaelic tongue with "Ten Mil Legkn, here. I Civil Engineer ed
of which Mr*. Maxson was a lifelong lion Welcomes" which he then I Other officers-elect who will I Special 1
member translated 1n English He also be Installed next month Include A
: Mrs!! Maxson was born June entertained with a vocal solo Roland Mlnnehan, 1st vice-corn- 9A
::1 PROTECTYOUR 10, isle in Humboldt. Neb., grew 'When Irish Eyea Are Smiling". manlier; Daniel Fallen, 2nd vice- Land veyor y
up there and In Iowa met and Kenneth Stunmell acted as master : i commander; O. L. Myers, chap- ate FI $5995
married Mr. Maxson In Kansas of ceremonies' throughoutthe : lain: Ralph W. Hartman, sr., ,
and came here with her familyIn evennig: Introducing novelty I historian; Colonel John Q. Mae. one 204-J NE
YOUR 1916 where she had been in numbers 'between dances and at I Donald and Irving O Kanarek, Lob
I' continual residence except for tn..ml.loo.. H. also aan....'IUTake executive eonwnltteemen; -Roscoe auIt's
) a three-year period In 1918-21. You Home Agalq\ Kathlf nEmtfe LAN
; p IlcllJn, finance omeer;
> The Maxsons lived In Tropical Tondreau of Brnnswftk, Buck Pen ff\lIs, sergeant- alarms ,: r HOPE CHEST-
Furniture t Clothes Etc.Against Mo., danced "The Stack of Barley" I COWSUFF
Rug ., Farms and on the dairies Highway and Chester Homan and
,,4 : until 1938 when they movedto and Richard Leslie, New i Ben Redding, color bearers. s
I Denver Avenue when' Mr. Max. York City banker who Is a winterguest I Three delegates, Lowery, T, JF love for tee with a LANE. So, at your sweetheart
,1'l'' ion retired from business on account at the Pelican hotel amused R iSI
Kennedy and Bob Brown, were the l. E the for-gift iAt the home
lungs Him
-:; Damages frovf; of his health. He died with a rendition of "Open The I named to attend the annual genuine
i Dee 14 that Door. Richard It's the one Red W/r Chesil l
ilj" year. i State convention la Miami 15-17 666 ST UEFIN tested aroma light ( Hope

'. :: Moths, Roaches; and Sflverfish member Mrs. Maxson of the was Stuart a Garden charter dance Other by numbers little Valerie Included Ann Rain a tap Alternates named Include Fred SECONDS brake your selection early]' for earliest delivery.

f : By Havi'g Tkjfm Club and was active In the who sang "When Irish Eyes Are I I A.Tomlinson.Stafford, Redding and C

} : WCTU here, serving as district Smiling', accordlan solos by .n. N, .4..M, t"rew /
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Rollins Colonel t.N .rt. T tin
: Pete Hlronlmus
president. She also took an active ; a whistle solo, <
part In the women* work "M, wild Irish Rose", Miss Ernie nnd'M o Littman were R'I 7a l+".Yow" LFumitureS ,
BERLOU-MMfl-PROOFED of the Baptist Church here. Ricou vocal solo "That Old I by Commander Stafford to an flMrN I
f with the County KRUEGER U *
Surviving her are a brother, Irish Mother of Mine" by Phyllis dne1N
I Bert C. Davis of Constance and novelty violin to recommend the appointment .
I '. Elmira N. Y.; -- ---- ,, -
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TEN YEAR WRI' EN GUARANTEE) a sister, Mrs. o Howard Davis numbers by the orchestra leader I of a service officer for this I --- ------- I

, 1,1' : of Oneida, N. Y.; a daughter Bill Dougherty. Miss Constance county. The office has been va.
I Velma, of Sheboygan, Mich.;' g played the piano for the cant since the resignation of
f Our representative -wfl'gr dly come to your home son, Leon I. of Washington, D program numbers. Ross Witham who has been Inactive
r C., and three grandchildren, The ballrom was effectively for several! weeks Staf
,I t I and jive you a. free Ihma Leon I. ]Jr.. a student at George decorated throughout with greenand ford' action was taken In view
'II white streamers and sham of the county apparently] Increasing .
Washington University!! Marjorie,
/ a student at Milton (Wls.i Col- rocks. Refreshments were sold need for such. an officer FOR SALE
I rite or Piione lege and Thomas D. of Washington at the snack bar with C. L. Roe i
'r bury and George Leeman 1 In Three new members were added t,
: charge All to the
proceeds from the post's rolls Including
''f ( ORGE KtlTH I MRS. MAUDE RICHARDS event went to the building fundof John H Osborn Louis Francis '.... .
PASSED ON WEDNESDAY the church and Kenneth Yohey The latter i

\ I -- pair are subject to approval by FEET
IOTT1E 3,000
< Mrs. Maude Lydia Richards, CIRCLEENTERTAINED I the executive committee FRONTAGE
;Martin 72, for 30 years a resident of the TUESDAYThe I ,:
County Cleaners Eden section and a cousin of Lottie Moon Circle of the E. A. MENNINCER. JR.
I Mn Barbara Ferson, passed oat n : Baptist Missionary Society was JOINS NEWS STAFF
III' Phone 190 P. O, Box 906 10:30:: Wednesday morning at entertained Tuesday afternoon ............. ON THE
the home of her son, W. F Richards by'Mrs. Arthur Osburn at her Edwin A. Mennlnger. Jr., ton i i1
I i In Fort PIerce. Mrs. Rich home on the North Federal highway of the publisher of The Stuart \\1
1// : : ards was well known In Martin The program consisted of News_ Joined' the editorial staff r t
the study of the third chanter
---- or The News this week
With his -
of "Cristls Emptorwhich I Is a being wife and daughter Cheryl, IV, NORTHFORK J
taught by Mr. Marian Bal- he came here from New Bedford,
SPECIAL TONIGHT i-o lou Flske Mass where he wa Sunday
"/ NEW MANAGER Editor of The New Bedford .1

: AT FOR C. E. FIRM StandardTimes.Mr. .' OF E/
Mennlnger graduated from
l John Wharton Keller, form. Topeka High School and received -
; THE PALM CLUB erly of Greenwood, S. C., has a degree of Bachelor of Journalism e ,5 -I
taken over at the
a* manager of'the University of
Martin County Electric Company Missouri at Columbia 1 Mo.C DurIng ST. LU
DOT and LARRY In the Dehon Building.I: the war he attended a mid- I RIVER
I Keller and Arthur Dehon'became ihlpman school at Columbia
1 acquainted 14 years ago University' in Mew York City be.
PROFESSIONAL DANCERS/ when both were employed at the fore receiving a medical discharge
'ilh Pacific Mills In Lyman, 8 C. He from the Navy. He was I
came here recently for ft visit on the Clinton (Iowa Herald $5.00xPER. FR<3NT
LEO PRESCOTT PIANlfT, LARRY srfNCER DRUMS and then decided to stay and staff for IH years before mov FOOT ". .I
/ Also 3 accept his new position i I' ing to New Bedford In 1(45.
: He 1 II a graduate of Wofford He lived in Stuart for several
I SQUARE DANCE PAUl/JONESy POX TROTS WALTZES College In Bpartansburg,' 8 C. yearra a small boy and spent .
ORCHESTRA SATCRDAY where he obtained a BS degree summer -vacation here and Is I
NIGHT and was a member of Sigma enjoying renewing old acquaint
,k MILES NORTH OF STtUwT-FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO.' 1 Alpha Epsllon "'aternlt,.. He ances after aeveral! years absence.
BRING IroUR worked six yean with the Boll He and Mn., Mennlnger are makIng ., j
FRIENDSAnd Conservation Service In'the V their home at the Atlantic .
8 Department of Agriculture and Court' Apartments.

r = FOLLOW THCAOWD also armored served division 4ft yean of the:'hi American an- OPENS SHOP C.' B. ARBOGAST I I
FUN TO 3rd Army under ";the late Mrs. Mildred Heath today announced
I General George 8. Patten. A I the opening/ of a new
disability forced his. ,retirement :candy store In the Rains BuildIng -

;THE PAEM CLUBPackage captain.from service with the
St.'Lucca' .
H. I II member oi Harold county. Stiarte Florid

I'.1 e ., -CY Y ; Goods Hei John Is Post married 62, American and thai Legion.two I at Funeral the Yates aervlees-will'be Funeral Born held at CcI", ,r Bridg. and beach Rows.. H.U Sound *

children, and .
family it residing Fort Pierce at t o'clock Friday
at. 101 last: .th fltreekT afternoon


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THE: STUART NEWS, STUART, Martha County, Florid, THURSDAY,MARCH 10, IMt __' TAG! mn

E. A. MENMNCER HONO'RED'. Mrs.:Lloyd Claff, with the cane w !I'
SOCIAL NEWS and AT ANNIVERSARY PARTY solatton to Mrs. Evans.Crary i
Happenings.of/ the WEEK IN STUART \ Edwin A. Mennlnger was honored \ Others>-coins playing were Mn jf 1 'j"i It'', I

on his 51st birthday Tuesday McPherson, Mrs Arbogaat,, Mt 1 I l
and Mrs. John Law Ir.M\SII: J' 'I<
at an evening bridge party
SOUND Lucle Estates home.A shower Qreenlees, Mrs. D. S. Hudson i/ :
will M \of flits and the cutting of can.
and Mrs Arthur Brown. 1
,,A u Toll at)i 8 tonight at the Hobe 4 -- --..-.....-......... dle-lighted birthday cake highlighted *' ............... :f ::1:
with 11 youngsters the evening.Prizes : t .
aund school \ 1'
D.A Mayee and/ Mary O'9r1e1'I
Has an-J- for high scores were I
wsed.ngMmit: Andrew Lestejpi won by the honoree Mrs. Boyne of Port Sewall ,are leaving this y '' 1 \ 'f
M /to charge I McPherson Ashby Arbogast and week for d visit In Lima,, Ohio. \r" j ,
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t PALM cm & BOOKLET, /* e II
AplcniCdiitnerand C
sores were enjoyed by a num.i ,
r 01( old time friends at theme A 'I''I'I
. of Mr. and Mrs. Yarn Van- :tr
,em in palm City Saturday af-:'
anoon. Those> enjoying the re-
vita were Mr and Mrs. Lewis; without cost 4 j I IJ
Mr. and Mrs Howard, J You are invite O accept
;inkier nt,Mr.and Mn.Wayne 4EJ I or obligation/copy of MATERNAL t #k
11 I of Mt Clemens, Mich.Adalr'l; i nd NEVOdDRN CARE, written by :' S
nd Mrs Arthur Sharpe of Porte r for I II
nding specialist "
and, Mel !Mrs 'Minnie ,Smithnd 4- / ,i out Bother : the fundamentals orhtal J !I
niece of Cleveland Ohio, a on "fl1{
U9 Martha Jones and' Mrs. R. pr and newborn care, 64 awes _
Knapp of Stuart. ;* a lcational text with 29 dlustra- +.
AUXILIARY omits, harts and graphs. A helpful ; "t I ;, ,

O seo CELEBRATE 1 ._a.__ guide \ all expectant mothers. I ; I
The ,
TB ANNIVERSARY young,ladies pictured above who attended the anniversary ::1
Martin county flotilla 9. ,dl- Mr. and Mrs. Busier Matthews t' event are: From I left to right Kay Hudson, Geraline Mrggett, ; ,JI
,ion f. ,USCG auxiliary wilt McCabe of Riverside drive New STUXRT DRUG CORP. ,
rltbrate! Its fifth anniversary York City,'who have been enjoying Deannie Godfrey the honeree-hottcn, Sara, Wilson Bonnie Sue f:
,!Ui a party at the log- cabin their honeymoon here I Hudson, Dlanne Thompson and Rosemary Taylor I THE, RE ALL STORE PHONE 11; I
dondaY evening AprU 14 A while guests at the Pelican Hotel 1,1'I
overed dish supper will be serf report the landing of sailfish --" -
d by the entertainment eomilttee i while sprot fishing In the Gulf Dr, and Mrs. Henry K. Voris I I 'I'i
composed of Chet Homan Stream. ;. ; 1 ,
of East St Louis. MOo are expected I
/0 Gray, James Burnette and t' B. of next week for,an Indefinite .PHILCO RADIO ; ';
mold Bauer. Memberi are re- Savage Tropical Farms 1:
rested to bring their families Mrs. W.H. and Mrs. C. H.Munchof vacation at tbnr new home, 4 F I

nd friends for an Informal Jvemi Jensen Beach. ... at lenlllff, Bea I "1 I ,
I :
of recreation .1 COMBINATIONS and PORTABLES AC DC a ,

mo OK SPRING'AC'TION STUDENTS HERE -----''''--.-' <<. ., ,_< Paul R. Dunn, Carol Eberwlno!: '" 1. I
nd John Mlndlgo O. I. Stud- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson j Beach;'. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. SERVICE' STATWN LPNCH ROOM WATER HEATERS / \ '
nil at Ohio I State University are received congratulations and ,Johnson of Jacksonville, Mr. and
en for a week of spring v cajon I numerous gifts on the eventof I Mrs. Mark A Witham and IOns Sandwiches \f Hot Soup I '
guests of'Mr. and Mrs their fiftieth, anniversarywhich Homer and Douglas, of Jupiter, Ice Cold Beer IT Soft Drinks Electric'l ; 'J {
tanley E. Dunn at the Rlvere was celebrated at the Mrs Jambs Roberts of Lake
apartments. The boys drove home of tehlr son-In-law and City Mr. ancVMrs. R. L. Simmons TRAIL &PACE ,
Might through from.Columbus daughter, Mr. and Mrs E. W I of West Talm Beach Sgt GULF GASOLINE / HOME-MADE PASTRY GE and HUNTERKLECTRIC F S t j Sa i
raking the trip from J p. m. Wells at Casa Terrace, and Mrs JosepM\p Ranger andchildren C/H. COOK 11i'
'riday to Saturday night andre e- :Dale Handy, Gary and ."
2'/, Miles South offtuart Fed Hi-W.y No. 1 WATER UMP J""
n pleased with Stuart theyay At a family dinner party 37 1 Alicia of West Palm Beach, W on ,
they want to return'' here covers were laid for ten of their D. Johnson and son; Walter, of I
wry year eleven children/ 11 grandchildren Boca Raton, Mrs Kate Witham WEIL ELECTRIC 600 .lOOJUllona Per Hour h
Miss Margie L. Dunn, studentt and one great-grandchild I of Stuart Mrs. Verda Adeam and I I "
t Kent State College at Kent,'The table was centered with ton Freddie, Mrs. Leona Simmons GORMAN RUPP GASOLINE E/NE 700 Gallons Pr Hour I I"
>Wo made her first plane tripcome gold chrysanthemums' daffodils Miss Mary Green all of t& ,
o down for the spring'fa t:1{snapdragons, fern and gold candles West Palm Beach, the Rev F. 300 AMP AC WELDER l 'I''I'I :
attoa with her parents, : The Golden Anniversarymotif L, Crowson of Jupiter,, Major
tad Mn Stanley E.: Dunn. She'i was carried out In place-' Andrew C. Aston president of
it.,plane resrevatlons fdr the I cards with gold borders i j the Southern Methodist church I .
Him trip Monday.Mrs. Those present wen!1 Mr and of Lotto S. C.i Clyde Coutant of CLARK'I '
Mrs. Wells and sons, Walter and Stuart, Mrs Melvya T. Pennock
Catherine F Goodwin, Wayne; Mr and Mn S O Ruddof Mrs Sophia E. Rood Roy Rood '
other of Mrs J. R. Merrlman, Havana, Mr,' and Mrs Alf, Mrs. L. Maydt Mrs F. E. Damon, RADIO Cnd \ APPLIANCE CO. ( ,
rrlved Tuesday from WashlngD Suber of Qulncey, Mr, and Mrs j I Mr. and Mrs Amos E. Bassett, H j
,D. C to make her home-Intuirt Paul Chrlstenion and children I : Mr and Mrs Nell.DpBois and I 202 OSCEOLA AVE. OPPOSITE CITY FIRE DEPT. ,j t ; j j.r
with her son-in-law and I Paul' and Nancy. Mrs. Charles son, Mr and Mn',F. L. Cory, 4''!

I iihter- '. 'Seroke and son, Charles Vero. all of Jupiter, M/iand:;Mrs. 1.1< _____.___ _.___---'.____ L __"---.L-__ !





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Our removal sale is going i over with a Bangs We will continue our large discou tim March 29th. We '! "I I :

look at it this way -The more we move through sales- The less we will move bv-fruck. This way you save" I !d I't; i

Headquarters' money-We save time. Take advantage of these large discounts-up to 5J)*,o off on all merchandise in our t 1 i,. )

store except tires and tubes. ;i. ,
''From April tat through June 1st our tern- i It
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*5 porary Headquarters will be in the Post Office "

:Arcade in the rear of the Stuart Paint Com : [ :'I'' ';!

.. navy store. Here we will carry on with a catalog a' ? Bathroom Hamp. ItU ttte II''

business maintain a show room arid trans 6. .. ':; Sa Sue,_ I I i 1-:' 'Ii

a act our.budget payment plan business.Those ., .LMade of s< >ng, tough fiber woven over act wood frame 1 .......'. "I '''it

... ....-..... 'f' ,I"
,,,inside. 1 '
Nonwarpyou c Bottorlmoot not ana, or tear BUDGETPLAN I
wishing to make purchases may d 0' ZINNIA

4 10 and,we will deliver anywhere in Stuart. Our' cloth) + { ,. 1.t', SEEDS., I,1', X'I 1' :'m

phone number! will be, 128 as we will use the and Beautiful'. New :: t I t 1

Stuart Paint Co. Reg rice--5.4s $ 88 .. I t
phone.Remember 4 LAWNtGARDEMOOK : I,, ip{

Com In TocViyl v
I.a.i III
we will be in our new. location l \ I : \\1
'around June tat in the Pressel Building. I L :Ij tic! 1"1;

;, 1h," t ; r:
I"i I\' \ '
.. ; ,,"' handy per clamps. Just SALE handy one-gallon can with flexi- SALE : tee r, H

>,. seta wing is and slip clamp ble ipout. Legal sue. Painted Red I *i, Ie "
,Electric over bumper d tighten nut for PRICE with word GASOLINE stenciled on PRICE CHANCE ON' RADIO j '
firm grip. N necessary to' get nf t
0 under ear, $2.80 72 I FREE f ". !I /Et'e ,
1// Plo Regular Price 89c *. .e
( : Irons ", Regular $3 49 ON MARCH 29th "'"I'o '

.'.ion.:" ... ; Fishing TARPAULINS GLASS i 41
Duty-Fully' .Sale Price,, joysL 7l/yx10-I''. 9x12 OVENWARE': -
Heavy OLD FASHIO D BLOSSOMTIME 94 Piece Set, SuppliesCASTING 12x14 18x181O'o ._ {
Service for 12 peo vI. 4 6-Piece Bake Serve Set 0 :, ;
f, RODS 2 _< 4 x 5 x 3 Jars ,. ot, I
Automatic with Regular Price_ $29.93 f 1-aa9x3Jar : '
NYLON LINE With Covers 3
$79,5 MARCH 31, 1947 '

Heat-, Control- Dial 1 Sale Price $?2.47 ,% off LURES 30%- -',OFF SINKERS, Heavy Double Waterproof Stitched Sale Regular' Price,Price.._-.',..$1..._.00 Oi.7Oc-'! a I ;u;


Pr 0OX'' 1317 S'TUARTt, FLORIDA 4: r' i' ;


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1 THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florid, THURSDAY,MARCH It, 1947 a

PAGE FOUR j I the We are having a concert next'week ':on the 36th, but many win te
1 RECRUITING OFFICER; IOz:==lOClOr::=::aOCI now drawn could be altered If Mrs Virginia Ashburne, Charles a Visitor In the W H. Lennard a couple and of, ten-day tournlng visit with to, benefit Bed Crow, only,deprived of It because the tug
State a
.1 TO BE HERE TUESDAYSSgt NEWS OF the association so desired I Wllmarth and Albert Backus,, home In Walton Wednesday, Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bell Mason] the concert will not be quite as Is too small 'Thus' we are alt

I Robert A' Briggs of the E. 8 Burn cited the necessity For) Pierce. 1 Moore was the officiating Clergyman at Maribel Farms, Eden, left grand as either of the two recruiting fire along --- 1 at the marriage of Miss Sunday for home. Both Mr. and I coming concert, that we cotmXthe
Tort Pierce V S Army Indian River DriveBy of better protection ., would w\J1llt to wi
I and Mrs, E. V Carlos havereturned liked the
Donald dollars
Mary Ethel Lennard and Mrs. Becker stated they seme of stuarti
1 service will be at the draft head that both men
the drive He will a com 1 1 II
I to R. I., after the I One reason
board office here each Tuesdaymorning VIVA CLARK Paacoog Clark of Syracuse, N. Y, last goood drinking water and Stuart musical becoming the musical mecca a
!\ to accept enlistments.HEADQUARTERS wlttee composed of Ensey, Mar- a vacation stay at Xdenlawn! year Mr*. QI1ork. visiting her good fishing "We're coming back are ambitious for Stuart Florida 0S .
ocot0=0 investigate and
.o:== tin, Rogers and Crouse to and future
to greet Dr for more river -
> next
i, --- --- ---- parents was nappy season 1 to-put -
.1 .... INDIAN RIVER DRIVE possible Improvements BLUE: HEAVEN OF EDEN Moore here. I surf I fishing and nasnt a hall large I
''I ASSOCIATION MEETING for Increased and Improved facilities HAS MANY VISITORS Mrs.. W. J. Anderson from black bass from the reed-border.j a paying audience Into.sacrilege!) ,
'iI' FOR to fight disastrous fires Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bucht- Further, (this la
ROUSES ARGUMENTS Laurel, Miss., slater of Mrs. ,ed savannas back
SERVICESi A meeting of Indian River that have taken a large toll In man of Cleveland left Mondayfor Arthur Clifford, if spending a I I I Honoring these visitors ,MrI .i iI Stuart Is growing enough merely now the ,[ t N
properties recentlyMrs Jacksonville where they will to offer more
last number of weeks, as la her annual )
Drive Association Saturday had Mr. and: :
and Mra. Edason I the world, especially -
appointed In
Englar was start on a Carribean cruise\ The habit, with Mr. and Mrs I I I best fishing
Do You Need;; : afternoon In Community Center, chairman of social affairs of theassociation Bdchtmans! were formerly\ on Gifford at their Winter home IoWalton. Mrs. Charles Sniper and MraI on the very' few days when
Fort Pierce, brought out a large 1 1Nr. eveningof obstinate and refuse
the vaudervllle circuit. They I I Barbara Sniper In for an ,,the fish are

I YOUR LAWN ANDS*J attendance. WALTON-EDEN play every' known stringed Instrument and Mrs. James Banes and trlpoleye followed by a midnight -!| to bite, Cincinnati, Ohio.1,.1a CHAS. ELL
The mention of drive zoning and beside published Mr and Mrs. J. Edward Johnston I Wednesday. We tan cite
FLOWERS TAKENM and rousing RESIDENTS HOLD songs know more than BOO unpublished who are occupying the snack I cold northern city which, for Neat to P Store
( CARE: OF? Impregnated blustery MEETING TONIGHT Mr. Buchtman Is now Bernard 1. Taylor jr house, and \ water is derived directly an investment of WOO,00 per yearin
arguments Following this Announcement ha been madeof with the Cincinnati Milling CO. Mr. and Mrs Hunster S. Marston, Almost all musical attractions. get
'I HOUSE PAINTED? ; season on rural zoning: and build a meeting for Walton and In IU Cleveland office. I season guests at Jupiter Island or' indirectly from the back $3000000 from tourists Inj: P N 103-M
r \ restrictions, the association Eden residents tonight at 1 in :Mrs Doris Knecht and Miss ocean by evaporation, condensation '
r: HOUSE REPAIRED? ing j 1 Inn, were hosts at a large cocktail and precipitation ; the winter
decided necessary to acquire the Community House at Wal I Helen Mills of Cleveland are here supper party in the Taylor I in clouds i iI Stuart will get a good concert
\,MUCK? more facts on this controversialIssue ton.This for a months stay. home last Saturday night. '
TOP SOIL? \ and meet again next Saturday meeting Is, as we under- Mrs. Lloyd Collar joined her Mrs. E.! H. LeTourneau has returned I,_---,---- I I"--
to hear reports from this stand, for the preponderance of husband here this week. The to her home In Eden Your Car
TfXLOW SAND? Wh e fact-finding committee the toning issue that ,Is causing Collars are from Cleveland and after visiting a number of weeksIn 'iiimiiiiiimiiiiifiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Highest Cash For
band Rock Appointed on this committeeby perplexity among! some of the Mr, Collar has been here since Savannah where she was call-
1 jr, President Don J. Romanellowere residents and Is the result of a Feb. 1. They enjoy ,a touch of ed on account of her mothers Red Cross i WONT TAKE FIVE MINUTES
CL\Y? Fletcher Russell. Junes L, heated session on rural lOlling salt spray and sun-tan that goes illness ,
:t WJ1TOOWS. WASHED Crouch, Dr. J. A. Oatlln Rollln that took place during the Indian with ItAfter Mr and Mrs. Clifford Warner We can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your CM which
\ Rogers; Dr. E. L. Dennison, E. River Drive 'Association! and children Brenda and Malcolm RallyBy i much as fan gel nM here and
CRA S? R. Ensey, Douglas' Silver H meeting In Fort Pierce occupying an apartmentfor left for their home in it as you>
GRA PLANTED? i Clay Miner, Lane Jennings and the month of February Mr. Essex Conn, last week. Their Jonwjr'MIIIIIMlrlllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIM'IIIIIIIIIIM STAY W HiN THjrLAVV
I Mrs. W. H Lenimrd of Walton and / / I 1
fe; Carl Williams.L. Mrs. Douglas Faulkenberg departure followed the destruction \10TOR
; 8J ER BLUE 0; V Martin ''offered his services had as luncheon guests at the left for their home in Cleveland by fire of a Winter home Pegle makes his living get SUNRISE CO.
: ST. UGUSTINEr In making out coplei of the Rose Garden Tea Room In Vero I early In the week. they had purchased recently on ting things oft his chest, while
FLOW proposed zoning act,which would Beach last Thursday. her daughter I Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hubbard the drive north of the White City Earl Wilson could make hit\ dying 3ll-2 Sh Dixie
PLANTE empower the County Commissioners Mrs. Donald Clark of Ithaca have returned from a trip to road. j getting Pegler off his chest. Fort Pierce, Fla' / \ Telephone! 190
PLANT PLANTED to set up zoning regulations -, N Y.. and Mrs Viva Clark Roatof Middletown, C nn., where they Mr and Mrs, Clayton L. Becker j So here 18'where we get something -
,In various rural districts, Walton. Mrs. Clark, who has went a number of weeks ago to from West Haven, Conn., after off our chest.
BUY P TS (Allied.) as residents request within those been spending a month with her attend the_ 82nd birthday cele- --- -- "-_..--- ._ -- -- -
li !'rOOF FfXEDr districts. These are to be mailedto parents, left for her home this oration or Mr. Huboara lather ,
association members this week Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard are com \
LANp CHARED? week for study to prevent misunderstanding :paratively new members of the
TREES SWAYED Yes of this proposed EDEN t AUK Walton contingent now living
legislation Mr and Mrs Bert Brooman In their recently remodeled MESSAGE
Fruit T&.. A '
Ensey, W. H. Merwin and Dr. from DowaRlac; Mich., have returned home.
41 TREES PINNED Dennison opposed the measure to Bradenton after a i Arriving Sunday for a month's
CAN In so far as Eden and Walton four-day visit to Mr. and Mrs. visit with I Fletcher Russell of .
were concerned Victor T: Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. Ankona were Mr. and Mrs. Van ,
AND F TIL ED Mrs. Myrtle Englar Minor, Brooman are spending the sea A. Bradley and children Pamela
SHlSED Rogers, Oatlln and Silver favored son on the West Coast 'and Joe, from Chicago Enroute
SHOES restrictions of the drive to Other guests of the Conkllrw I here they stopped In Alabamafor To Martin.County's Winter Visitors
\ CARS! WA&E AND residential structures only Russell have been Mr. and Mrs. C, S. a twcHweek visit with Mr.
I :: POLISHE limited his objection to restrictions Thomas from Sauk Center Bradley" parents. Mr Bradleyis .
( on building sizes and Minn.. the hometown of Mr. and connected with the Chicago ,
,: t TRASH HA DS similar provisions but favored Mrs.. C nklln. While here Mr. Sun .,
\ : AWAY coning to prevent "Junk yards and Mrs.-Conklin had their .
j and such". guests and Dumond Merwin for MR. AND MRS R. V. ANKENY
: Or-any other that you W. H. Lennard stated the act adlnner at the Lighthouse Mr ENTERTAIN NEIGHBORHOODCLUB
!should carry a referendum clause. and Mrs 'Thomas left last '
j I would like to ve donctW County Commissioner\ Lane Jennings Thursday for St. Petersburg Midweek entertaining Includesthe

: ( j emphasized the tentativebill where they are spending the I Neighborhood Club bridge # The Citizens Bank of Stuart /
PHONE STtWStimj FORIll's had been drawn by attorney spring party last Thursday night with .
D. C Smith at the request of f Tuesday Mr. and Mrs A. Mr and Mrs. R. V. Ankeny of
'I the association at a meeting a Barnes and Mr. and Mrs S'I Ankona as hosts, Present were !
!f'' number of weeks ago At the Barnes, residents of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mallory, Appreciates, Y'ouratron g a'During f
nl' ,same meeting Representative D, Cal, spent the day. with Mr. and j Clarksburg, W. Va., and Eldred;
SNAPPY SERVICE H Saunders was asked to Mrs. Conklin. Mr. and Mrs Edmond '
: sponsor I Burn and "'
If ( "j
FIRST roR sNAf PYERVICE I a bill of that nature In the Wednesday they entertained !i Mrs J. W Eldred; Mrs The Season of 1946-
I State Legislature I this In an ef. with a dinner for six In Stuart. Lulu Rlngdahl r"s. John Hull, :
| fort to maintain riverfront building Their visiting guests were Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Noel Reynolds and ,, ; /

"l NO JOE roo BIG OR TOO standards and prevent commercialization O. F. Walker of Fargo, N. D, Mr. and Mrs..George McCllntlc, 'I ,
of residential and Fort Lauderdale and Mrs I White City Mrs. Ralph Russell 417
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i I areas along the drive. Jennings F. Paul Smith, also of Fargo who has been a house guest of 'I < ..
,. : also stated the tentative bill as Mr. and Mrs Ankeny for a : iI4 Ii" I\:\ :;';: '

Miss Peggy Collier and her i, month has returned to her hone- :i" ,:)' \ 1\\ 1:: '7'" '" :' .
house guest, Miss Mary Moore In Omaha, Neb.
DO-NUTS Pancake, from Staunton, Va*' -- ,j f i : f;' : .., ,'. ':If : ,", ',;', ,

t spent, Friday In Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs'W Sands and : r1' ,I\\. BEEN A PLEASURE- SERVED
t Tasty, Delicious I son have arrived from Chicagoand >,i\f E;: IT'; HAS ; ) TO I
FRIENDS GREET are at Pine Crest In Ant na. '\ )i' 1 &>.
Vy Some With Your MR AND MRS. MFRWIN, I The last of March will bring {;.: '.Y6u. BANKING .
ARTHUR PHILLIPSTo Mr. and .Mrs Sherrad Johnston WITH MODERN F

Morning Coffee) greet and congratulate Mr. I for a vacation visit to his parents ""I'' \\ : .,t\\''' ,,, ,, ". f' ,
and Mrs W H. Merwin on their Mr and Mrs Ruben T.Johnston '' \ ACIL1T .
j PIES, CAKES, ROLLS 35 wedding anniversary and] In Walton: Mr Johnston ; "I <>iflj'I: ; '". ,.

Baked DailyPastry Arthur Phillips on his birthday, Is In the electrical supply ,", (' I', \ '
friends gathered In the Merwln- business In Grand Rapids, Mich. i '{,(;" !, j
Phillips home for a beautifully He Is a graduate of the University :,'.
I : Handy P tr Shop appointed dinner last Friday I of Florida, was a colonel In 4 "
I night. In keeping with the set I the Army and saw service In the : { : 1"I" \
Beyer Bldg. Akron & 2nd Si ting of the Japanese dining room Pacific area '
the main table Was banked with j I Mr and Mrs Vincent Papsldero TJiiis) bank in common will the communty/at large
i croton leaves where the dinnerwas of New York, and for seven yean ,
I served buffet Small tables Winter residents of the Pitch- ::1 '
'J IMMEDIATE DELIVERY were scattered throughout the ford colony l announce the engagement l realizes the importance ''of \ inter; visito nji Martin '.

I t 18-Ft Correct Craft R n-A-Bout living room of and gladioli.these had Quest arrangements Angle, to Aven of Emerson their daughter of Jensen ,' County's,:, economic life. You lorm a vijM: part of this <:",

." [,' 115 h.p. Cryrter Crofn Engine Invited for the occasion were Beach, formerly from Bea-
I II., Double Plank Hqnddals Mahogany I Dr and Mrs. Casa Collier their con.have N.booked Y. The Papsldero family '":,;-", area's commercial activity. | in seijices performed 0
daughter, Miss Peggy:' Collier reservations for
t\i C -16-Ft. Boat with 10 h.p.\f Cooled Onan Engine and her house guest Miss Pan- home May 17, where plans for '' for the winter vacationer, .... \
cake: Mr and Mrs Mrs. Victor the wedding will begin .
;'ii Conklin Mr. and Mrs Hunt T. I Mrs. E.! R. Ensey and daughter '
HUDGINS *OXT CO. Wagstaff, Tuxedo N. Y.; Mrs. Miss Katherine Ensey, of Walton
I D. P. fudgina* Florence Cave, Miss Annette Miss Jessie Miller, Eden, and But even more.impoitant thfcuiSfhat is the fact that
i< ,, Cave, Mrs. Viva C. Roat; Mr. Miss Buna Mead of Fort Pierce I.. '" *
: / Mile N. St. Lucie Rif U. '"
S. No. 1 Hi-Way
r and Mrs. Rollln Rogers, Mr. and spent last weekend with Mrs 1 ; our area grows 'as newcomersJEild new, homes and .
Mrs. George Sanford Backus, Ensey and Miss Miller's sister, .
i t --- ------ I Mrs. W. H. Tucker, In Braden.ton. 4 ,identify themselves with our cJftfnunity., A major1portion ;

John Rogers, his sister, Miss '' '
of residentiaUjtonat-uction (
our new winter
RICE Mary' Rogers, and Dorcy stu bbC is'by

from Sabastlan and dinner were guests recent In visitors theE. j' vacationers who eventuaiy decide l to ,make Martin I

!:. R. Ensey home In Walton. ,', .
Mrs. N. Smith has returned to CountY their permane 'esid.enc'

Hotel & RestaurantHomeCooked her home In Rochester, N. Y.
after, a month's visit with her "A;\., i ; ,

sister Mrs R. H. Escott, and Winter visitors \jffo' become il *: ';
i idenla
Mr. Eec tt-in'Eden, arc helping, ..,, ... .'

Wholesome Meals f !- Escott Last attended Sunday a Mr.family and reun Mrs Martin County to h one a finer palt of Florida adding

;: Prepared By Mrs. Huff rBZEAKFAST 1/ Ion families of the held In Escott the home and of Here Mr, .; .to.oui. assets, b) $lging constructiv\\ new ideas to -thecommunity. :' : \ .

and Mrs.. H. Kennison In Fella- j 'fIfj\ .
mere Twenty-five relatives from I ; f4A.,
LUN different parts of the State were t !tSit .,' i'S \ ;; ; 1 sMartin
; present. J/ ,'," > .
: : S. W. Moore, DJ).. from Fells-
DINNER mere and Blue Field N. C., was ounty welcomes you, eyfty one whetheryou ,X4:
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conj.no vacation inthe sun to 1 llaf and .
retire or
(AVERAGE PR E) 75c "'i .c{ 1 ,' '::1\\ /k ;to'' join in. t4c business and I civic g .' ;
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See u. For} Haas ows over us, | privileged child, activity, FLORIDA LEADS the state, the Florida Forest"- ; ( I'
SAS c Kiwanis'Founder L
W. There was considerable feeling -j', 'In fact,back In 1915 we adopted IN DESTRUCTIONOF Service Is working put plarjs Jtor !; .t ,",' '
e Repairs ud of unrest which-was' one of aboy who had been TIMBER ASSETSNew state-wide 'forest fire cuntrda 4management I
R G i ,f1, very \ j \,
assistance, an5/rHI: \1''
Adresses the Indications of the coming much under, privileged r
Parts Stuart Group through Orleans (CPTiSI) The decline forestation covering the 22,000- I 'di '
SER1ICE( war. There was a feeling pf \\I
\ divorce and such ''
things. We In forest resources shownby 000 acres of forest land which I. '1 : t
-- unity growing. In fact at .that actually and legally adopted the J9. -.8 reappraisal re- should be In full production. ; S I :

CHAR L BAUER George W. Haas, Miami architect bed in Detroit In 181S. He hold time we were starved for those him and his name was Walter cently released by the U 8. For- $2,000,000 In state funds,.aided/ ;: : i yt 1 '
who 1a 1 one of the tout living membership certificate'2, b an vitamins. Klwanls. est Service, should arouse the by federal funds,Vlll be requireiVi I., II,

Lucie Boule rd Phon. 142.W founder of Kiwanis International honorary member of the Miami The Rotary Club had been The boys the South to the need for immediateand to finance the program : ; rl
responded when "
t, 1 was the guest ipeakerat formed not too long before that adequate action Clyde J. The V. B. Forest Servlcp/roY: (
last Friday's Kiwanis lunch- club, and last April completed and the business men of Detroit hat was passed for shoes and Baser, southern manager of port Indicates that the nal ton's t 1 : i : ,' t
eon here. He was introducedby a 20-year perfect attendance rec- felt that here was a greatneed\ clothing for Walter Klwanls.A American forest Products Industries woodpile has been reduced by ,t,'I J" I'
Bert\ D. Keck', Stuart archi- ord. A member of the American for a club of this sort. few, yean, later the mother Inc.. said this week. 44 per cent In the past 38 years. ''j I ,
tect, who presented him as the Institute of Architects, he Is the One day early In 1014 my remarried to. a splendid man This Is particularly true of Trees don't grow Into aaw-t\mbefi\ ) p''I''" ;
tint vice prealdent of the first manufacturer representativefor phone rang and a 'fellow said Florida which should be leadingthe site overnight, millions of grass"" : ''k:
Kiwanis club which was organs several nationally known "My name's Brown and I would whom we investigated came to nation In forest growth but seedlings which are burned'evet;" ',+
building products and special- like to come up and see you on the Detroit Kiwanis Club and which, Instead, tops all states in year never have a chance to;jrgw* .1not I : ,i
asked l If there was any chance at all Our annual tree .1\'. ', j
ties. He came' to Miami three a personal matter" I was Just destructive forest fires. Florida's crop is ; \ t
years ago to make his home.. beginning my profeslaon! Of architecture of getting her child back.: Her forest supplies have shrunk 28 big enough to supply prestnt' ? I i' ,:
Mr. Keck hat condensed: the and readily agreed new husband came, petitionedus percent during the past 10 years, demands, and Is far short,ot '
.1 speaker's address, entitled "The secretly hoping he might be one to give them back the child according to C. H. Coulter, state what we will need for a strong i', 11"J I f'4,
Origin of Klwanls", giving the prospective clients, we had taken charge of during forester; but If destructive fires expanding economy in, the'I'u" \ . Interesting highlights of theearly I I OTht afternoon a very smart t( those years. Satisfied It was the could be reduced or, eliminated Lure, W a 1"V,, I .
REA activities of an organization profesteonnl: organizer came up proper thing to do, we gave Waiter Florida would have ample tim ""r \ j '
LEG OF IAMB which has grown to Inter- to the office. He brought me Kiwanis back to his mother ber to take care of existing mills Eggs of the albatross are IyW fl'fl'' I :

Good Eating WHh Prot liv Too r national proportions during:; the together ,with Joe Prance, CharlieRapp name his foster, the legal father necessities gave him were his and those planned for the fu- or five Inches !long. .- .:::: 'I' .r l''
37 years since George Hass anda ; Charles Cowdln and ture.
FOR INFA.Y'II'ALFAR few friends began a move- other early .members of the club cared for and KIwanis passed out This condition has -"j., 1\\ \\1
,, .. ment for the betterment of man Meetings were held and a of the picture so far as a boy's business prompted Today's Milk'-To7y I" ) ;"
and Industrial' --
-eK a I"' a lb. 65 MORE MORE MORE groups I Id
kind. The Is finally gotten '
.... following a summary group together civic clubs and associations, and 1 i1 '
name was concerned. Then the ") 1
of the address: a membership of about 25 federal and state to ,,;
The Best Money' Ca, It Is to of and charter the foster father decided he really : I
W CUDAHrs a i pleasure speak a was issued by the Keep Florida Green ; :r
wanted to :
show his
the early days of Kiwanis and It Slate of Michigan January 21, earnestness
I -Ready BUY B S and sincerity and he insisted Committee. This Committee, led I ,
Cheiapeak Bay Pt. Is of Interest and satisfaction to 18U.The that he reimbursethe Kiwanis by X. L. Pellicer of St. Augustine, Paste f I I II ,
recall that some of the thingswe President elected was e ,
OYSTERS. .. .65c Club for Chairman, is carrying on a cam- I
did some of the activities we I Donald A. Johnston and, I remember actual cash money expended -
In Mar
Altar on the lad. It wasn't paign to acquaint the people of my t w. + h l'l'I
cry undertook the It ,
were right along as yesterday was Florida with 1 "
'*$ "1"" Fresh Caught 2 Lb. lines participated In by practic- given Certificate NO.1. Myself necessary and we did not really the'necessity for I I
59c fire
.Lb.. ---- PAN FISH ...... 25e 45$ Fla age lit, one 7115 ally The all coming'of the clubs events today.of World I being Certificate Vice No.2.President and I was show given you want argued it, ,so but.we the took foster$500 to father help tion.With only 7,000,000 and acres preven?of: Bar s Da y. \' : ,j' ;' 1\1d\, d

other boys.This
-GRADE- A BEEF SunnyfieldBACON Sli d .Lb. War I In 1815 was casting shad- the fellows here!, a photostat copy of boy Is now a successful privately owned forest land un- P. o. : ]042 Stu. ; I j 'II
original '
CHUCKHAST .... 73c The button was designed\ 1 In lawyer on the Pacific Coast. der cooperative fire control in I I I''} .,

I LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental my office and it does not carry Girls Camp I : I'
in Lb. the word The money returned by the
Western PorliROAST Homes with us. "International" because -

..... SSe L. FULFORD that It time.was There not Internationalat was only one foster payment father to purchase was used as and a down start SEND .IT TO THE :', j j : ? ;
the Girls'
Camp at Lake Orion
Club the Detroit Club.
Center Cut j Lb. .-Real alc The second club was started I a summer resort, which Kiwanis LAUNDRY ::: : 5
45c PORK OPS 68c 11UT1NC SELLING' 11ENTINGrnorrnTY about a year later at Cleveland project made It possible for un-
derprivileged girls to have
then Hamilton and then'otherclubs an
MANAGEMENT began to form. outing during the summer Today ::
Write P. 0, Box No. 4 this Phone 287 I
In about Is one of the outstanding
N Ma"el) s. wicb I casting for a name
UPER'SUDS 316 North Colorado Avenue for the organization, Clarence I projects of the club and Is
LOAF,' 1 1oz.. loaf 12c Phone 317 Burton, City Historian, througha still going strong '".5' .

Stuart, Florida combination of various Indian In conclusion he read this AND'Y.... w '
I languarcgs came up with the poem to exemplify the principals I:
jews Lb. Pkg.
of Klwanls. r
W.name "Kweewann-ls" which as WE W L K UP rI '
SHORTENING .40c he explalned,-meant. to "blow, THE; BUILDERAn -' I ,
32 our, own horns" or to make a old man going a lone highway t
Sunnyfield 4-ox Box trEe .. C big noise or we trade with each Yo undry 7n 'd
other. The slogan "We Trade"was Came, In the evening cold and p ,

CAKE FL UR .. 29 HAPPY YEARSOF the one we adopted.The gray, I ,
slogan "We Build" which To a chasm, vast. and deep and ius eo ,

NORTHERNfTISSUE' expresses the objectives Of KIwanis wide, NDRY SERVICES ,
Comitock NO 2C The old
{ so much better was adopted man crossed In the
PIE APPU 2 some year later, It was twilight dim, I
coined by Roe Fulkerson and at The sullen stream had no fear ,
1 a meeting of International officers for him PEOPL S LAUNDRY j'1
Kraft Velveeta 2 Lb. x SERVING YOU WELL and Trustees In 1820 he But, he paused, when Safe on j Ij
13c the other side, t
CHEESE 5 Roll. made the motion which was
. .. ; to' And restored a bridge to span '
.1. <- adopted have "We Build" as Phone 231 'I
---_.- rvjANY' YEARS OF ,SERVING YOU ,AND YOUR cur slogan Instead\ "W Trade.. the tide. I : f''
traits Assorted 5-o Jai .In the early days we"' had no
CHEESE SP 'AD .20c '' FAMILY HAVE'TA >GHT US THE VALUE OF accumulated experience to goby "Old man", said a waiting pilgrim -

__ DREFT'I We had to near,
; things out ;
1 t- j I LOOKING FOR WAYS TO SERVE BETTER STILL. for ourselves, and w* wanted so "You are wasting your strength ;

I Iboa Diced much to have at one of our objectives by building here, LUMBERS: '
_, Your journey will end with the
CARROTS n10c work on the under
no c "T I : 31c OURSTOCK.OF / ending day.
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1 Your never again will pass this .. "'""
Strained Baby FoBEECHNUT 2.jars I way. / and If '
NO LIMITTJuTs' You have crossed this chasm
2 rs, 17c QUALITtyEATS deep and wide. '-.JJ. x' .

Why build you this bridge at!. Building ;.: ra
Pudding Deuert i II P I IPkr. even-tide" .

y KREMEL, pkgj 5c EGG DYES Groceries a dVegetablesJMPTING The traveler lifted his old gray J .:: ,1 7j

.13 I 1 '' 1x129pr. \head,

Insecticide With T 25CYELLOW WILL HELP YOU SER E AND TASTY ,,"Good frIend In the path I have are more plentiful j ,I 1 1We
KILZUM ..' come", he said j
t. 45c
qtI ; I
NEEDS VISITONY'S "There follows
t MEALS. FOR after me today?i i
Have at You Need
A youth whose feet must pass. y

,II this way, I For at New Home e Sure to See Us "
FRUI Sand EGETABLES This chasm, which has been as i

Iceberg I nought to me. AL SHRiGLEY fr.Eas't <
ae To that fair haired youth may y

LETTUCE 2 head 17c ,enlal.or a pitfall be. Coast Lumber .
" / ONIONS He. too must cross In the twi/ : .'
Green Top | A 1 light dim.GoodFriend ,

CARRO/S, 2 bu 19c I am building
--=: tormatiu bridge for him". this & Supply Co: .
Iead 26cU.
,'ft t
MOER Real F ale ,- Inau nee
CAULIFLOWER .. 3c Stuart Society Phone 22 Stuart Florida (

Fresh Sweet t.1 I Economy < a SS> Grocery Vrte{ br' SceJOIiN ,

STRAWBERRIES .. 3 ; S. NO. MAIN, e. E. TAYLOOacevls Mr. and.Mrs. 1..W. Crise from LISTEN i is
cl TO
Cfeen -- ---.T'Or Bldg. Dion" 104J Fort Wayne Ind. are guests of
II POTATOESB. S. Akron ,Ae.j, WE EUVER Telephone 111 STUART Mr. and Mrs R. W Draft at the AIt11' al
CABBAGE I Ib. Victory hotel Mr. Crlse t Is ,
. ... a retired -i 1AAPtltt :
+ -- -. chief accountant for the' :

45c _"__.__ _., u_. -<----_ .- .-- General Electric CO. of Fort'' 1M .. ':' t y 11ej ) ;1
APPLES, 2-1bs. ........ 33c' B... ..-, Wayne -e =. i h P

---..-.- /0 P. G. TaylQr, traveling auditor 54/i-.._ ,
CAMAY of the :New York City main I F
TOILET Incore Elbo-2 8-01: i t !1
PkfS office of the Borden Co., spent

;! SOAP MARARONI ... .. ._., '15c FOR YOUR 'fJ this week In Stuart, coordinating ;
A P -.'-' .-.-......_- the books of the Shark Industries t t a III t''
Sunnyfield-20-ox. Box Inc., a subsidiary of Every
the Borden Co. He left today for '" iff
PANCAKE, FLOUR 12c Mona Wed. Fr ,. i lI
i loC the Jacksonville office. ,
--'-- Good Health;and the Well Being of your Family #
__ Nabisco Premium 1-Lb. 9745 A. It I l lWIRA
Pkf. SURE THAT YOU ; dra ;
TALCO LAYING CRACKERS ....::..,._...::.22c "QUOTESTeopl.
MASH! Whit. House Pt. Bot.' 0 F THE WEEKJ''

APPLE JUICE .......w,, 23c. } e f 1,
'I amtVegetables
Groceries nlM this
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I sown with ryi grass The course Is J,wo
still are
I Home Plate SAILFIsH PINS County Golf I which eventually will be remo- 'Women'exception'par, all l III play 11. it Wltb

1 GLADES LEAGUE I Tiger Nipped At I! I j ed and replaced with bermuda'IPU80A, rules totegt,
t I .. TDU work
AWARDED TO 21 Club Greens way now. On each green halt -:::::

SESSION CALLED : of the rye grass will be replaced i '
j I and when this
\ seed
I ____ I Show) Gains by has bermuda become suitable for use the IrArtS

GArfiVTYANO, A meeting ; iron;;; out details Winners, Dales of Catches other half will be stripped and r

tat the coming baseball season's I Here Are This week invlgorttlrgihln aun-! replanted. However, Mr. Rohr-

play and to receive the official : GivenTv4entyone coming after the week end bach stated that this operationas
brand oc breed of ath. South Glades Coast "b League I ---- ,of rain has served to make thegreens he hu planned It will not NYLON *"a. ,
lettt make ihr 'most money: out schedule will be held by team \ t, saUnslbuttons at the rlvltaltad Martin hinder play.
of professional" sport! How do sal managers with league presidentBud and certificates were Issued dur. County: Golf and Country. Club What we need host now"4t. BAIT CASTING
Sfiet paid out today compart with Ward In Lain Worth March t I lag the week ending last Tuesday at least 80-percent ,better, report said "18 greater realization 1 by;) tits
those of th* emit I 1 e'f I by the ,Stuart Sailfish Club
30 Weekly> Sunday afternoon trI@ course manager CharlesA. the people of Martin County of Smoot of and
Turn mim-olling at games will get under way April. tsill Those who received buttons Rohrbach who l ta finding at. what we're doing to provide of
the snlanet./ ,jjjld !O es e
I ,1 '. p together with the date upon tendance on par with the encouraging them with a course!, W. want
Bob Feller CtiarlleTtUipl Ili Braid ad
John N. Mann manager of 'f which their sailfish was caught turnouts of the past them to see the course and how pr teed
l and wer 'al
Stuart'l 1948 pennent-wlnnlng Include I two weeks. it's being brought to an even oue spe w, grefel
fall to recall the
tolul nwttu IN col i-w Sallfishers who will attend the Jan 4: Edward C. Darling, While stressing that the clubhouse better status, and to know each method, ich InsaNgre

I I 10qtd D)} Htobe session Is holding dally practice e'asY Richmond, Va. Release Button, and greens are open for and every one that it's their t r agtb end err
Ruth uraii1tv' \ it, m workotua weather permitting, craft "Buckaroo," Captain Carter use starting at 'I a. m evel'Jday course! to enjoy and publicize.* of can Made Ia aiq
ell l) of loin in".UK il at the 4th Street diamond startIng 5 +t I to the general public Rohr- The club now has 28 members tests t4t SO 16,
debts, TIe>' l lev <<, at I p. m. and his prospects apt Feb. U: Bradley Hall, Shelby- bach urges one and all to come end has enlarged the clubhouseto

H.l.I equal to the prowess of last been made in the
pr lIed up Uv> 11 Inch craft "Barracuda, Cap- progress has
Grange nfu h, I n year's champions The Stuart tain Toley work to provide Stuart and area available'
Illinois to 11 n. uilh: tea (Jr.n,. i I entry In the league, revived last r Ili 'it :Y d' ;. Feb. 28: H. D. Hetrlck, Cleveland with a suitable place for golfing I era'

\b. Ciittwto 11,,usIn season after a five year war H Release Button, craft' "Hi- While the nine-hole 38-paf i with a view of the course. Greens ,
salmon tfi his. contract with theBears I time lapse la sponsored by the Hook," Captain Sanders. \I course Is quite playable, Rohr- lee 11 11 1 for nine holes or all teed y
lint IlHhcid made motion Stuart Junior Chamber of Commerce Ruth Schleslnger New York bach pointed I out that the greens day and Caddies: ordinarily are L 3ING HARDWAREand

ftstar toiled Two Minutes to j ',City Bronie! Button, 6 foot, 4 j available although Rohrbach reports -

I Play" tit A'the I recall lime' ,Granite's.something I conversatlwi bk.- I' The expected league's to be team much, personnelIs the tame :I .' -_ -_ ..._-. --..J..........__. ....... ...... ..... .. Inch Captain, Charter Reiti craft Jr, .saUt sher 1,"], tale March Sanders.15-: Fred R. Johnson 1! which an has occasional hempered play.shortage SPORTS STORES

two yean, after hr bad left Illinois, as last year although its final Bill Pierce (left), Detroit Tiger pitcher .Is out at horn In trying. William SchlesInger, New York Walllngford Vt Silver Button, ..
he Was around $:330: ,too !tn front, and lineup will not be determineduntil I t* score on a team mate's hit In an exhibition game between the City, Release Button, charter 7 foot 9 Inch, craft "Buckaroo,"

tIp Ce were the goldtft, happy Yearsahoit what the take Worth meeting. Tigers and the New York Y.nke..t St. Petersburg, Fl.. Yankee craft "Sallfisher 1," Captain Captain Ford Carter,
you lIIdo.hrn they UI vim keep there"most were' 1 of no '79 Mann reported. He expects teams i i Catcher Aaron Robinson dives at Pierce and made the put-out. Herman Kelts, Jr. I| March 17: Mrs. C. H. Velgh "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S
from Stuart, Pahokee West Palm '! Canada. Release ,
Feb. 27 I, Firman New Tronto Ontario,
: Jay ,
and 80 and DO per cant brackets. Umpire Bill f.rlfve calls play. Yanks won t S. ,
The Clattering Ghost at the end Beach:: Clewlston I Belle Glade: ;,.I -- .... York City. Release Button, char- Button, craft "HI-Hook. ," AT ,
Pompano and take Worth to be Sanders.
ter craft "Sallfisher >J. Captain Captain
of two had mode and kepi
.MUTT imraiy year than any f four Stan I entered with Hollywood a slim ( Meet At West Palm BeachTests' ,I Herman Reltz, Jr. I| E H. Yelgh, Tronto, Canada. '

could do turhv. Unfortunately In I possibility. Each will play the ; Miss Isabel M. Hall, Shelby. Release Button, charter craft INN I
other deals with C C. Pyle. Grange other on a tiome-and-home basis| Vine, Md. Bronze Button, 7 foot 'H1=Ho0k," Captain Sanders
blew a big part of his budding for. I' and\ the number of games each I, Stuart Track Teams 4 Inch, charter craft "Barracu, R. C. Dobson, Tronto, Ontario,
tune. will play hinge on the numbest! da," captain Hunter ![Canada, Release Button, chaft TASTY, D\JLC10US| D
Babe Ruth overoged far more of teams finally Included In the s-- March 4: Mrs. P. K Schwartz, "Hi-Hook," Captain Sanders

than 410(1( noo a leer in his prime. : league he explained I i first track team in the ,I In; the conference outdoor meet !j Bedmlnster, Pa Release Button March 18: Rudy Loyda, Cleve- Mixed DrinksVBeciryh Draft
There hen he passed I I charter craft "Blue Waters land. Bronze Button, 4 foot I
wore years I I \ ,
of Martin at Vero Beach May It
County High
Uw. <1,000 count, including all the history Captain A. J. Whltlcar Inch, craft "Hi-Hook,11 Captain HEAR GENK OMpfE SQIQVOX
sukUncswith which he dallied ;STUlfrOPLAYFORT Scritol here garnered only 4 I Among others reporting at March 7: F. S Gilbert, New Sanders.
,I points In the three-team invitational !dally after-school practice are i Canaan, Conn. Release Button, Johny Berkes, Cleveland. Silver STEAKS a SEAFOOD
Frllor have Into
and Trippl ranted '
Alonao Smith. Runt Griffin,
meet the Central
on High
Inch, craft
craft "Peter Pan, Captain Ted Button T foot; 61/4
rich pastures, but they won't be so | I School track In West Palm Beach I Harris Wall, Beach Brooks, Preston. "Hi-Hook" CaptaIn'Sanders.. OU PEC L'I'Y
rkh their when various they chetkl.have paid Don't taxes forget ea I last Friday afternoon as the host Roger LaPolnte"pcUrM; Haidwlck.. I March 10: Mrs. Stephen Paine, i Susan Hard, Oedarhurst, L. X
1 that when Gone Tunney received a team and South Broward High Ed Howard and I I Minis Mass. Release Button, Release Button charter craft Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON

$ check for; mare than $900,000 aften I Wits School dominated all events I'I The events and winning marks craft "Peter Pan," Captain Ted "Quit Stream Captain O. C. Owner
the largest group of boys The former won by a wide margin last Friday Included: i iMiu'rua Preston. Whltlcar. .
Sole second with ,
than M year fliiht. allll, Tunney Dempermore In the history of Martin CountyHlgl't I I i iI i I' d.lee. .e... I{ March 11: C A. Thurbou, Stuart Q. Scott, Lake Worth .

lalnrd around M per rent ol r"l School reporting for baseball I However, as Coach Chuck :E iil--wine- l win I | I ::41 Mr I Hamilton, Ontario Canada. Silver Release Button charter craft
Coach Chuck Kindred
pay. Today the tax practice Kindred pointed out, he was Interested -i ened da-h--50 : Button 7 foot, 6% inch, "Gulf Stream," Captain O. C,

would take 90 prr cent and leave this of two afternoon held the second to!' primarily In testing: UK-Mi ene rard tow O..k-a.edle.rs SI.:: ... II 4.nee-... |I craft "Hi-Hook," Captain Sanders ., Whltlcar i ENJOY YOUR DINNERIN I
scrimmage 'I
I Tunney J 8 per t..oLIn game what his charges could do under I M,ll-r nhr-t min. I* .... Richard 3. Hinscti, Jr.] Wood-
I test his squad for a starting line fire and how he might create llt-r.rd d. a--0t aeaPa. I
actual cash returni. Feller's wail-ia ft.llnud March 14C: B. Edmonson haven, I, I. Bronze Button 7
for afternoon'sopening
$80.00on.t(; t approach Babe Bathe up I i a stronger team for other events j".u ,... 1 Ia.m Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bronze foot, 4 Inch, charter craft "Gulf ,
game at Fort Pierce '
$80.000. not by $30.000 or more I later in the season. His team'a'inexperience >Io.-u. h". 5 I. Button, 8 foot "Hi-Hook," Cap- Stream," Captain a C. WhIUcar I
The tilt; first for a Stuart nine and shortage of J.anuo.-ant. 't. e.a in.she00 j -_ .. ... '" .
h. a 10.I
) Leading Collector In 15 years, Is scheduled on the i\ training counted\ heavily against Hire lene"O It., 'In. I OUR GRILL
I Jaycee Field at 3'30 p. m. I
It, but the occasion served showI I
: What are the leading money makIng -. The first game on the eight- I I up the team's weakest point and HIGH SCHOOL TO HAVE OUR ENTIRE STAFF IS I

f' tporti .> far at the Individual\ game card lined up for the give It a look at some of the SWIMMING TEAM AT YOUR DISPOSAL TO WITH I
star It concerned? Byron N.l.onpavted school here was to have been In | State's better performers. t

the $CD.000 mark one season Vero Beach Tuesday: but was Nine ,boys made the trip and \ HELP YOU PLAN THAT YOUR FAVORITE DRINK
tr In golf prlEO money and this dldn canceled due to lack of conditioning I entered six events I Plans are under way to formulate I wj j
!include hit receipts from idellnei. and uniforms for the. Teddy Bishop Martin County: High ," .
This was worth around UO.OOO "more I players here. waned a fourth In the broad I School'siret" swimming team
Ban Hon reached" the $44.500 mark I II ( jump and Roger Ross finished which will enter at least one. i 'DINNER PARTYLUSCIOUS WE CARRY A COMPLETE
I Coach Kindred recognizes hisboys' fourth In
the pavelln throw.
In prue money In 1946 Hogan alto I and perhaps two meets this sea ,
I lack of experience and Instruction the
Bishop'also ran 100-yard
other checks that
held golf
pay son, Coach Chuck Kindred has
I bopught In My guest would I b* t I but reports they are dash and Ross put the shot but announced. J] 'SEAFOODS Line of Choice LIQUOR/J; WINES
,000 Improving every. day as he seeks both finished out of the points OCEAN-FRESH
total <>f around $63 or 75000. i if
to put across to them some of In these events. I The squad will have at least
f ,t' I. the pro'golf! or, or at least. few the games fine points seven members, Kindred said,1! BROILED WESTERN STEAKS AND n iU CORD SI
1 of them, can sot along pretty well | Others who competed from but as yet none have been select- '!
I II C H. Hardwlck behind the bat
comparatively" ;; A Notion or a Hogan I and Willard Wells on the mound,I''Stuart Included Paul Mlspel In |ed. A primary drawback to for- j CHOPS, SEA-FpfsiI SHELL FISH
I will! do tar belter than a Coulter,_ 'the 440-yard dash, Joe Smith mulatlon ot the team lsStuart'slack TASTY ttjaTCIOUS
have the edge for starting I FOOD
a Trippi, a Buddy Young or any In the javelin, Lloyd Campbell
of a pool In which to practice -
berths in those but
I other!! pro football player. But the positions In the discus and shot put, Ford I
the coach added. Stuart'anwimmers
colt drop li rather steep after you I'I are .being and Kenneth pushed by Arthur ; Carter tn the discus, Rudolph will compete In the Prepare y NDY TSIMAS
take In the few crowd pleaters, the Henry Donnely re-. Krueger in the 440-yard dash Indian River Conference meet I II
spectively. Ed Howard and Roger i
fov big maken and Paul Therault
I money I!I Ross are vlelng for first base and Arthur at Melbourne April 29, and depending EXPERTLY MIXED DR1VKS FROM OUR
.1 Top baseball salaries hive I and Bill Hardwlck and Junior Henry In the 100-yard dash. I on their strength and COCKTAttVoUNGE I Ice Cold PrnJum BEER
lately from Hank Creenberi'i.nre.1 i Munch are competing around | Kindred I reported 24 boys now showing there may enter the I BAR
tot I t. Bob Feller'i estimated $ second. Joe Smith and Jerry out for track and he expects j annual State meet May: 2. This PACKAGkfGOO\S ON Di\AFT\
The different In actual dollar tfc I I Shipes look equally good at :them to make a considerably l latter probably will be held In I
tarn woa'l be large alter they have I shortstop and Emerson Kramer 'better showing In the next outing i Orlando but may be switchedto I

sieved d"I: ::: brarkelal where I end Jim Pettit are battling for also in West Palm Beach,I St Petersburg or Daytona II I .
the reaches March 28. They also will compete, Beach. j :
the third base slot The outfield ._
abrupt finish. When figure I -- --
aa you -
I II St.
still Is quite unsettled. Lucre Bar
In the taxes and the present et i ,
I' All scheduled here''will
living, the 110,MO thai Han. W.. I games I HEADQUART FOR SAILFISHERMEN
start at 3:30, Kindred announced. I
net and Christy Mathewaoa *nc'I
t i drew are not ao far away hem th ;The schedule: II THE PALM CLUB FORMERLY TOMMY'S BRAND GRILL
'j{ 1 SM.oOO and SCO,000 toys of today. I March 21: Ft. Pierce, there I
I is tat a, pro football goes tt Isan
April 1: Cocoa there (night)
.J I established economic fact that April 9: Vero Beach, here ON FEDERAL,HIGHWAY I BEER BY THE BASE

th( two rival leagues can't possibly April 15: Cocoa, here L .DAN INC. .
break even, team for team with the
61 t April 29: Melbourne, there
salaries they are paying today Ban- (days) I.
1, bell has 1M May 2: Melbourne, here Relax cI ReEre '
the 30 or 35 exhibition, contests.
\ May 8: Fort Pierce, here "FOOD" .
Against this, pro football can offer
H or 1C aeaion.A JOIN THE THRONGSAttend
only games a
every one knew It would, the '
I ,, new football league took a million tt Col. P. E. Sloan, .Ret., AND LIQUORS m m m mm m THAT'S TEMPTING
dollar) beating last falL Certain Na. Whitesburg m
o Ky. spending the mmmmmmmm THAT'S DELICIOUS Attend the
,0' lIneal league teams were none tot winter at the Atlantic Court PackageORCHEST Goo ,

happy. The only happy people were Apartments returned proudly r 1).g m THAT'S ECONOMICAL '.
the football players, who frequentlywere tbe other day with an 8-pound A

paid double their actual valua.Uiirocher channel bass caught In the Indian AT' DOG RACES
I \ ,n i Tops Managers

ho" t' Leo Durocher apparently let a "THE BLUE ''GO '.:
at the
',' Hew, mark for high pay as a manager
tn 1M6. Her guesses .bav tl1CK

.4', \ I ranged lately Leo's from unfortunate$00.000 to ':;'0: pub Con OUT! When Your Appetite Is Keen and You PALM', BEACH-

I Belly Isn't going to help him this PEAR ; Hearty Satisfying Meal, This U the Place

"l spring: and wormer H* bas left '.' MEET ME AT THE Our Meals Ire, Carefully a
wide for the
himself too open barb
O H I throwers Including rival team. and Supr.rne Silk You Get Courteous! Attentive & true and Kennel/'Club '

; .; !,k, a th* umpires. But The Up t la still Victory Hotel Dining RoomCome A Reasonably
I, I', en* of the belt managers. baseball BAIT CASTING NETkeWorl I
I k das known. I've seen him work it 0 t/ '
I I elM rang*--'and this is no guns.Itja 'sbnese itCsst'lsig In A Stranger Come Back A Friend $ .. NIG
: / also no guess to say that a* Use asto er and "1{.....,
f 11'' ": 1 hasn't mad Brother Branch Rick- Blue Ribbon Beer On Draft YOUR FAVORITE iLrflK AS' YOU '
w rproofedby (Exec
f nday)
I. ,v-any too happy this winter.fa Iv
eo r f. al Enjoy'A' Tasty CocktailMiaecl
I the way *T pay "d Jockeys ourspe cess.Th.
I I I a-J.hnny Ungdea a4 Eddie A* World's Re of a b 5l lb.Tsrpoa o "Byy&hnny"BEER4nQUOR SE".J I Fir et 'r.M.iI' .

j cae head the list. fengdeaVs W.i .. aq a 19 lb. test D k. --- .. ,

11'f\ i: 1 I'', ,tint nuPiea amiag dollar are mark.rated Areara close to has 1M lisp Pearl ws4 Lie.Fad. $ Black Served Night \ and WINES -.- Dan y 0..111. Sod n4 3rd. Races

'I, ;; known SM," cad '1M." y>an.Mfigdea ICE COLD PRE&UM BEERS Ten QuinUi Races
and. Arew ambably at*
f ''t kaiter fixed fisaaclatyeaa ethos R PACKAGE GOODS VEO..

I porting start.JVheo t No Minors A aaiu,4
I I .J' !they anally Quit riding, the, ,JOt I Ma 1.1.. MAKE IT A PRACTJCITO EAT us '
1 I j first;* a prospect of long aid profit Opp.lt! MorriLn
I' feed by. OPEN DAILY FieldAm
track 10)00 A.
I awe carters i iraaeret,, MTILL.. J.30 ,
I r soaves. or owners LEADING. HARDWAREand ROOM West ,PaiA eftAdilltiaioN
Ii., After all II Is what you Inleh wUh.dt Except Sunday ,
., what you get for a Jt'ear4 tbat Package Good Paul Gerhard Mgr. '
hells the story: SPORTS STORES 3 Mile North of Stuart on Fed. o'

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THE !!DART NEWS, STUART,_Martin I County, Florida, THURSDAY, MARCH M, 1947 fACt SEVER ) Y

: Farm was accepted by the Com-: immmnmnnminninimnnnmrnriiimimnmniiiiiimnimiiimiiiiiiiiiin, "" ", ''''''' I ',1 I

Get, Your. Delicious COUNTY BOARD missioners remaining who acre will In retain the prop the JENSEN BEACH NEWS THE UUL J] IYSHOPPE I&.' '

erty for as yet undetermined 'j'jI'! : 111 I :":
(Continued/ from page One) purpose WATCHES JT RINGS
The Commissioner voted for
By Charlotte Helller .1,
HOME MADE CANDIES the ranting of any sizeable Hntnclal a requested $23 as its share of .III...IIIIIIIIIHI............111111....."11111181111..........1111 lllllllll lllltl on"'no''"on'I I I N I I I I I I 11111111111111111111111111 BiRTHSTON ECIALS
'ald.After the expense for employing an ING 4 k. f -_.. .$12.00 Tax. Is: .. i i;)q
I Mr and Mr. Alfred Mattoon Mr. and Mrs Stanley Schoon- "
the Tallahassee
$7M wai approved officer in during
French of Mounds, 111., are the guests maker entertained a number of PERT VVkTCH REPAIRING, '" j ,
was advised to seslson of the State Legislature -
fudge Pralines Mexican Creams before the reappear of Mr. and Mr' *. J. C. Gamble. friends at their new home oa Fitted I I i I. '
\ ConunUtioneri In to represent the interest of eachof Crystals While You'Wait : l' ,
'Mr .
B. M. Ivanek arrived
July when the County Commission's the State' 67 County Commission ) Indian River Drive Thursday \f t."t
Sea Foam X1 Man/Other Specialties budgef for its next tlscal *. Such a proposal was Saturday by plane from Orand night Movie slides of New York YOUR CRtW IS GOOD "
year starting Oct. 1 would be made at the Commissioners' Rapids, Mich'to visit C.her parent State scene were a feature of 215 Oveola Avc. Lyric, Theatre' BI"'.! I I.J ,
Mr. and Mr. W. Johnsonfor the ;rr'
drawn ster uggs '.- up with them State convention year two week. -- "
how much his body might want since ha received official approval served. \ a
With Kur poses. have been living In Pltchford'i ktnburg\ of Atlantic City N. J. 11
t The Stuart Merchantmen' Association Camp have moved Into their new and Jensen Beach and Tyler W. Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum ,
home in Rio. Sullivan, of Fort Pierce was : \ 1\\
also 1i. 1\
MRS. M( HEATH'S the hearing by was President representedat Herbert LEGISLATIONContinued Mr*. Joe Murphy, who have solemnized last Monday afternoon tile.and Vt t 1 i.1. '
Bruner who gave the full been the guest of Mr. and Mrs at 3 o'clock In the Stuart Asphalt Flc ng : ,; I' t t
support of his group to the A. A. Hendry, has returned, to Methodist parsonage by the Rev.J. Fancy Design rk Specialty ti i. a A,
Chamber' request. ( / from page One) her home In !Norwood Pa. J. Richards.The For ReataurantO lomes, Etc. II'I
8"247.0K.ol. A committee of five from Harold Mr. and Mr. Rex Oraham left bride was given In 'mar Will, Install Anywhere For Estimate Phone ,I
Johns Post 12. American will legalize' combination ,gill Monday lor their home In Philadelphia rlage by her grandfather; 8. R. : ;{
Legion, aim was present at the ,nets and seine up to 1,090 yard Pa. They have been Falklnburg, sr" and the attendants .1 I ., :d
in th. new Commissioners' session to urge or any single type net up to 900 spending the winter with Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. P. M. STUART TLE A LINOLEUM '' J
the appointment of a new county yards with a one-mile restrict Graham' parents Mr. and Mr. Tyler, n, brother and slster-ln-
RAINS ON FOURTH ST. service officer to assist former ed area at the inlet. 8. L. Jones. law of the bridegroom Wedding .I'; ''f I l'! I
BLpG. Stuart, Fla. J Phone 9157
In the of general legislation I
servicemen here. Michael O.Llttman. .. way Adam Kendall has returned guests besides those already I ,
Now Opt and Ready to Serve You spokesman for the that might be expected to from a business trip to Reading,i iP'MIII mentioned, were Mrs. Samuel .,.
._. _. .. I
group, asserted his group' belief come up for consideration in the I Falklnburg, jr., mother of the -- + "''
was such an officer 1 I' a de. Legislature, Senator Crary reported Elizabeth Robertson has bride Mrs. Edith L. Sullivan, ,1\\ 1
finite) need here although notion that the general feeling accepted< a position at King's mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. ,' j ','"\
i a full-time basis, and he over the State today I Ie that Sign In Stuart. J. J. Richards Rachel Louise 'I 'JOE, I !
i asked that the Commissioner I aries of school teachers are Laurence and Fred Clark have and Betty Jean Tyler. 1 q .
LISTEN/ f[consider naming a capable form- up to those paid In other 8&1.1 as their guest their sister Mrs. The bridal couple' left 17 I '
er serviceman In Stuart to serve fessions which require an R. C.: ,Lovell and 'daughter of for a wedding trip to Miami II J1 MO LEY 1 I 1';1 ti,
In this capacity with $50 a month amount of. training and Elmira!: N. Y. Key West :I )j
J a* a wage to cover whatever ex- ence and +"" ma Mrs. Lewis Gamble was host Mr*. Tyler and her mother! L BIND \
; ; .rv authorizing:;; general j
.penes might be Incurred. expected P t g a ess to her bridge club at Sey. have spent the past few Winters >i!:> .
ae The Leglo n group listed five I wage Increase for them. mour's Inn on Tuesday after here and have many friends. t t ,I
f citizens* here L. M. Francis, Increased funds for Old Age noon. High score prises were JOBBING Jf CONTRACTING 1
Harris R. Lowery. )r. Jack Gill Assistance and particularly the I won by Mrs. JulIa Oault and FUNERAL SERVICE FOR PROMPT JfTOpIENT SERVICE I 'i i t ll;:
Richard Ashley and R. H. Rol ;fund for Aid to Dependent ChIld- Mrs. Seymour Gideon Others SAMUEL CUVAL SMITH ALL WORK GUARANTEED I 'Ij 1 I'i' !
lins who It considered best ren were cited by Senator Crary ;playing were Mr, Jennie Brown, IN NORTH CAROLINA S Phone\ 08 # ''I'i '
qualified to do the job and reported a* likely .to gain considerable Miss Georgia Turner, Mrs. Laura Funeral and burial service for II I i I ,..,I
all had ten contacted regarding backing. .Howard Mrs. Betty Alderman, Samuel Duval Smith, Infant 'I
--- -- -- --
I C such work and had He also went Into detail on Mrs. E. J. Ward. Mr. R. 8. Robertson son of Mr. and.Mrs. Jerry Smith,
agred to accept If asked by the what thought has been and will Mrs. Adolph Hertel, will be conducted Friday In
Commission although each felt be given to amending or redraft Mrs. C. H. Alderman and Mrs. Greensboro, N. C. at the Haynes +f fI
Evenh rp' exc\save Magic Po antra some compensation would be ing the State Constitution which Minnie Klpp. Funeral Home chapel. The SAILFISHING :I .1 i .Ii.Iij' !I
smoothly-it' actually rift Famed necessary. Is admittedly becoming quite Mr, and Mrs. O. W Morrison father and his sister-in-law, Mrs. i
I To suggestions that either the Jewell will s
Feed prev\u ink E g or leak. antiquated. He stressed the huge who have spent the winter Smith accompany ,
Magic Red Cross or VA could handle months at Pine the body to North Carolina. The''
injhighlnapUneXwoflevel at ground amount of work which would be Lodge left for I I
Ends i writes I any such case a* might arise, It Involved In redrafting a job their home In Wells N. Y., Monday -, Infant was born Friday, March I I+
was stated the Red Cross probably 14 at the Fort Pierce hospital i
suer words with lctEN > a Rt Comparet 1 would not and In addition great which for probably a session would of the be Legislature too. Mrs. Charles B. Hanley of|I where he died the following Monday j '7"". J ) I ;

lacked the human touch such to accomplish, and outlined Wells, N. Y., and Elmer Get Your WithTOLEY'S j I I
work: needs and the VA would some of the controversial er of St. Cloud are .l '
RP be' of no assistance because of Issue that would arise In such and Mrs. Clifford o"trand-I Lightning cauws One per cent J ,L f:
EVER Its representative'. Inconvenient a process. Among these are: the Pitchford! ol all forest fires, man causes FLEET {
hour* : JII JIII
week. 9J cent.
The matter was carried to the The Closed shoo which now. '. .--- ----r- .- .. per .-. I II ,1 I I ;
next meeting-on April 2 for final Is forbidden despite heavy attack I I
I Just Received New ShipVgfn 1 'I i
by organized labor: '
,, discussion and action on the ;
Legion' candidates. The Homestead Exemption 5 HOWEPOWER
Full commission approval wa amendment which has beneflcted \ WATERF ON LAND AIR-C E ENGINES ,
{ given Red Cross representative many'a home owner but has i !I
AlONI $3 Hlronomu request for an immediate cut deeply In cities' revenues; 76 FEET FRONTING IN N RIVER. 400 FEET 1 1I See Ut Now for -JT \ I I
MATCHIr* REPEATER PINCH f!.7S i I $100 donation to the Distribution of racetrack tax BOAT STORAGE !
work of the Reef Cross In this Fund which small counties con IN DEPTH RIVER TO i. IN JENSEN BEACH.i! (Wet or Dry) \ '
1 and the commission also r "
tend should be distributed
It,. IVIR ARP end ye. ISv. lie fI.suf 1stale.I to Include a $200 don- equally, as they are now, and IDEAL LOC N FOR HOME I IF 1 I :,
I I atlon when It draw up its' bud which the larger counties, in I 1i TOLEY'S BOATYARD ; I: ;
get for next year.Commission which the funds originate say
C. & L. Walker JewelersAnnouncement 1 approval wasI should come back to them aloneIn ER SON i 5 Miles South of Stuart'on Old Dixie i t

I given Higbee and Wortham a its entirety; BOX 103 STUART, FLA. Salerno Florida ,
A... partnership firm here to lease i! Use of 'These Taxes most of I '1 ; I j

Stuart, Fla. I lor 10 year starting April 1 a""' which now go to schools' support --1 -- ,\; -, I
strip of land In the Airport
Stuart but which might be 'used _.
100 by 250 feet adjacent to -
to pay off the counties' bonded
a runway on which the firm Indebtedness,. .
plan improvements, Including at
I. I The club had 21 visitors at -
least and
a hangar repair shop.
this meeting, most of them out-
motion Commissioner
I Upon a by
,I Shipes, approval was,'of-State Rotrlan Program Announcing
I given a resolution from the chairman was E. A. Menninger. -
State Road Department askingfor ;
right' of way to-continue Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mllam of \ '
work on the Indlantown road Jacksonville' and Mrs. Milam's THE OPENING. ANEW if ifr
13 tA from the South Fork of the St. uncle, Oeorge Wuest, of Ironton,
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Lucie River Into this city. County Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. '
Road Superintendent A. A. Hen- Ted Chambers for a few days.
TkJk 5Jt dry laid the work probably e AND COMPLETE ; d I
; would not coat the county more Malcolm Van de Water, son 1 ,
than $1,500 after which approvol of Mr. and Mr. Donald Van da 1
rs I also was given the contract by Water of Stuart, who will com- '
# which the county would procurethe plete pre-medical work at George .
needed land for the State.A Washington university in May Laundry and Dry CleaningService ;
- : t. bid by Mr. Hler of $915 for has been accepted for the Sep
10 county-owned acres and the tember term of the medical
; house thereon of the former echool. He was one of 55 accepted -
Edna >>''r Harrod property In Palm City out of 200 applicant. Ni
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Andih.'silin'plyV. with 4I BEAUTIrilLLY FINISH f
sew beauty secrets and mn- LAUNDRY .
up hint for yawl % ,/y' ,
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Wh'i more, ihe'i waiting giv. you 'yo owns.__ Approved SANITOlfE D caning i'
Succer.O.Plas to help you Mv* youth_ idusl l beauty j f I fAll
problem!. ) T Hats Cleaned ocked I
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(Whether your skirt IToily7dry ApermjFrtthtn'i'
a Sucte ,O-PUn for you Itwnjie beauty 4 / lad
organiur to teach routin*% jjirnrinijiri. \ Types Rugs, Drapes, Curtains Cleanjsfi Complete Alteration Service. Dyeing '
figure and fume, ggheha the Ric udsux ,4h I
Succor School' ,' .

and Moth Proofing. Special Comrrj Tcial Rf es for Hotels, Tourists Courts, Rooming i ; c

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Thursday, March nil l Friday, March 21 SIN I -OPALINEIIIJZ ,. I i. 'Ames' MOM!! JOURNAL :; .

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II m[ I f I m[ FOR Just SALEs overhauled Air cooled complete motor I[I j jwith CALL quarters 41-W for STUARTI Snappy So H]| ce'I '|I Aromallo 1ol4l. .l COM reolpl. !.' N 5 I 4. ::1'r.i",'dI REPORT 1.NOTICE. FOR INDIANTOWN DISTRICT 8'AltTMPT. .._ fiviellislarok I I1f But. 'loI I 8'JITATt Ia 0'CliO 1TOq.%,

w propeller, abaft and rudI,I of any kind. Local haulli 9 0'I II I I I. *.M Ii church Ie. "thrgual. IB "*R BT- |Jh.v.! ; 11. 1041. ELIZABETH!: ftOD&I.'TATL0Lp.1'

I der. Lighthouse Service SU-i I freight and express,, tin&moll's j 1'1.' Biurtlo T \1. Vero orl _..'.._.... .is tot I Sometimes -
It'' I I. PI O"t I. ve,41ad. .tend I. Noo"It County'a O'utage CONSTRUCTION mUAL AID Silmonoth A.-Towboy., I
2on .. ._ Snappy Somee./Tele. U. _II.... : >> oI Florida, PROGRAM b""db ",
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II I -- phone 41-W. i it.I 1.1.I Epoch: .to. Forsis M! W"Ito" 4111 tie. Estate.

I OLD NEWSPAPERS. Ic a pound I __ 1II.. .CMtoaf fabric I A MV pit'On.". = RMlhM II ..4 the. *% or good'. 8001..| bids will k* _'I'"* .l this. --'t' .&I"'A'. yet.. _Ift" oft".1
I : it M. T.wMhl.. KLk.. .. .. Quatipod' C.- ". DAMAWd.
te PER WORD ORDINARY at Stuart N.... If YOUR FLOORS Aspr.it tile II. ConrwcUnf Strike &.4 18 100" front 4L1T.1 as she 111til 4" by _.lad:4': reimpose ase
II to
,' MINIMUM J5e KR 11 --- -_ laying; floor sandife i and I 19 Nostrum joint E 116. Re"rebound...".47K of 1.,10 1I..h.A. 1141.. ,OO'' tho -. ......... 1. .I*= .==d.wltteh ..... ."Joe.".

KURDS: sc PER WORD CAPITALS BARGAIN rOK QUICK CASH finlshinf clcaniijt.I Spar-1 Arnigundi. pro, P D D ""IFas cod oI the 101..1.. ........ .W ..."'.., i Is Ie the oil''. .
rug ra 4, .4 the 1..1 % C sky tj.nl. OOU...
I MINIMUM SOc .'(/ I SAIE: COZY FOUR ROOM brlte Products A Seriice, Box'' 'I. Cle"ar of the ff L AP 14 vlh :Sv Sv"I .. -T :& i I ,Ill th.unh_ M at......
WORDS. VNOUOW. t'OMPLETELYHKNISIIrU 277 Phone X49b Veil Beach.It.. ample. tMe I& H."oId'' :deM fe _". rJprtS.flSk.A.m: : ::, .. ..lth''. eight <0 "iton .....

I -; ;; ; 1 I SI UPS SIX. Havint rol-dd I ET OP II. a.Wile-b"" A., Range 1461-16L.ad go- Look 61AWRold* Cao-tk--'**,: \JJ. ; : I hto _"....date. .k>ok.1 UM..Ua.(Int or .*.w........,.
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I ).' BRAND NEW. HOT WATER --- -- j 1 113, = NTE TIT N E In adIt. .0 All C"tfM'Wo Olympia. O-Mage used roft FlatWork 'I* hi .rlllMB. nod ...! >Uu .l *
IIFATIR AM .AS STOVE .''d.. _.., ARTMENTS FOR t I I PAYROLL BOOK-N,ifonal system I-eet. ALE N A IlL uZiti"elIs. ..... pTrtpXl. With. ,......1... Cl.r [I lk.. .10'l '-.., And Most.file.. M...
INLAID LINOLEUM TIIKOUdOUT ,IR.&I. Wallis, d...4 tie ...... Drainage Sam to
for keeping and I.I.dJ Burl... Cwm Type ITlir with' tk. .."'.A.. kU
u krml <* kkl .
& .......' INTrRIOR CYPRESS page 18. 1f.I' Q 1.0..1II "Io.rio" .......10.... b"" ... Toa" CoI4I It will Kn
hour .withholding ud.. I..r.( .. ._ ....." .. -ad .I.s8Jad.r Is!.Jou.83 .,fi-4. A muliffed'hero sur r.kni nr, 84 so M. *1117 OU Memel".
WOOD tIMSII MUST BF RE- is .Program.* DOWN II .prorit ...I .June.itust. ... /
I ial wcurity reportflwhea you 24. 44. Hebron Fertile spot. sponsored I. .... wommot<< me "..... J. C
J MO>'LD IROM PREsENT 1.0t'ATION Japanese prophet L Choose ,.... district. "A .
I I have II or DIO ..mpluyeea.e : oure it Ship, crane _... ...Iat &bead. will.. be mot" CHARLKNK ArlTHoB
I 16. Towr rd it& 111111ard shot L Fallen One of anIt Ie A* d-traMPr.: ot UM. Ie..... i
.1iI WITHIN THREE us Unlay. Ask lur these at : '" We'& .... ..... .. 46 all 101 k .. ... .
M.w to And 44. overloud ON Abut$ rudefre =: :: :::: tw.h .I.' ppUTtf'tt both d* Tn. a_' ,??
I MONTHS CAN nt hlFN AT tk its f MM1,1.11lrt. .
.Io the Stuart News dflice. If AL Clavoured t II .iE; !9 1" 0"Iffle"t.hall KIlnkMk. It Tirkx; iC JT
__ r'AttllN! ,; SHORES. JOHN G. oil rolundorip hoolsammoidest the limits1 .iJ'wld ...... r..P...tlrlf.kllkd. r MICHAEL: O. LITtHANI 1
99. Idad 0-8 OIl .t..t priest. f1 I.v...., motive MM' 4''. niHirt I In MU / lplrrr.rtl.Ui. .' Mid 0"... led Ie Attorney. far @aid C-19.
fit V3 ?, 01., .V'.IIAIVrth PORTABLE WELD G SERVICE "! -.11:" Old Involvall Itent again II. with Ani.rtriUnr.0n.il '.' an.. ft Mink. !1947. row. Mck urapiiil, a sun,fit.led. e' ruilli., $1. Moods .. 14. II.vvutm .
r0-t 13, 20. IS. Q "I" : "*- t "'OronsfilAno Mil TIM '.< aft tontn .... shaves. made .. ": iso
I "I hi 01 11 121 ANYWHERE; .f ANYTIME. rmotmo hotel ? Top. FUrUfM -.01.0. said. >Wport I."pX'Srcki'rl..; .. of iteauu '.. LEGAL \ADVERTIS-E-M---;
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OXYGEN ,"At 'YLENE OR II O!" of the 'I. l""mo..oaJl. f. for W I Light' loselithoneybee > W III As any l' .'. I __
with the miemoury
IR 171 P1 1; 4 H H SALE: 194(1 Zlmmer Mouse lLECTRIC VrlfDlMG OR 6L DWY .loom k-lrol H Near Nor part Ie the. f..rf the. firm, Me.Ik. .. J D.IMpirlpttat...mpr.UiV. StuPM Plucked., Ip.pip.p .. ... NOTrC rl or INTENTION TO-;It'tCHT I

., -aller 27' Undent h...... Exilllenl > puh kid AU .. I beUf
--- LITIM( II.wv f AGE N I 2 3 I /0 First A 116 1141. : : : ] far 11

,..'Z,' -::;- <-., condition $%150. ID. C IIAVON: bEl ICE: ISTATIRIN rfto 17 is Iplll .! a.CI..1e rottLRot Crt .....>IM wlikln kid.' Oukhrn"It rhr. W.M1. 1 Nod NOTICI. .II....UKn.. '....QIvKXandolcood. lint
Clever ..... Iffeddim.
9th Ave Ocean Braese PHONE 1I13 2.ROUC.H t' I "'to. rlort4 I be The k f I CwoIo Cheaper '..'11. IA" ofof ........

ATLANTIC COURT Pak. Jensen Beach Fla. It I --114- a r3 I E0 14 .Mb_, _, IIfl, --t kldd.n. _HU_. k.. _drpMlWril' I A_-" 194.,I....'WIN.! _Mniotff With 'I. Clio.. ..
smu g -I& in .d""fee
: irlsakcEmT CoatI'.c
rORIEHighway House Cor. LEG".ADV _. Ul ..1., .-. at the I- .Ia >n.rt. '"
: oI pill.11041.100 .4
FLORIDA SEKVICf I : -Your I laundrycarefully 10,16 01111 ....11 BpMl.1' .... :. ,led to, 11oo.. .... to-wits. this Salimp. tie 110I:
I No. 1 and In- vdllied NCITICI TO C TRACTORS .. .. ., "
WHEN AVAILABLE all Flat I Bpretal 1' .. .. (arm- : M1Nftb1CsImMw:

Cfimpletelr:; Furnished Iluuw I I road Two-story Di- Mork theetsfpillow-allps I 'f ""I ;2o ; OFFICK OF THE TAT9 ROAD .Ukrd prApeasoo With. Mi Will*,..be.,, .' .litliodcooto. I uZ.ILUCIOasretsLd9, a%,, ,

v. keeping Apartment pro\\, opposite new $50,000 ironed and /wearing R 4 M 11 I I I I A I DEPART IT ." .". ..II ". We.fi ort.,in mid romidus lo.41sones that-, Ie the.. ru'Io.OI"Pit' Intense'
I ant and trailer court eU"1 I 219L EACH
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W T. FACET dried for I 14me Ironln,. ithowles. IyIno FOR THE aua I ALTON O 1101ldfollft .
2, 23 24 tIIOpos.. PIS.. II IMemb
16000 rock bottom : Stuart, rta
Telephone 115! I can give yijl two day ," a 1 rob IL 3041 ,good this .II'co' ,..I I II '00 S. |L It. '1. "
cash POce for quick, sale Inquire and' I I up and __ ing.h H. p... .....4 ____ I
011114111111111111tio-littellitiolit.46646., ., ... Sfew, 168 Cleveland; Ave. 4 28 MAINTENANCE OGRAMtgs.lod ..1..: _; ..- .... LEGAL
I "Use this econo ... .... ADyltltTBItMINTI
NIA21 I 1011"7 k. .... adfloo at to ._
March 20 boo will be vivold. 'n( this I !
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'' FOR -s t25"1\ : speed type \\ : lOc DRY.PER PEO-LB. 3i 8141 32 33 1 2 34 .:':.ork.A. i11147.: tor T..thebr7.t"hftdof:I :( Main.u and tol"I wulik at, .the...' ...ft... or JUDGE FC6siDA.MARTIN 'COUNTY, ITAlt.

as the onove I
1 bill
f.lival will '
boat\30 IIP Marine ,
open .
SEiMMKB HAND swivel chairs. Gray no Ia Sol l

See them now at StuarJt News Engine Reasonable Axel Anderson Phone 287.U. r31 I I re7 37 38 ] state ""J.... lobo '. .H' Or .11. "W". ROAD orYLOItIlJ. -KLIIABCTH""'"m knpwi RODKL M TAYLOR fcUuoxllHOTICE I' '

Office. tf sal I no. After 4pm. _tor __ __ / "8. 9461-104. and $001 f. R-4 .TATII aT...... .
N4. 4. II...,., ... L.... 1 Initial A 'V...": i
-- 13, 20 ; truck cranes 31 40 MICgitive., Work M ..let all ,. & ,
FOR SALE U foot boat powerI I kpartment re-Al of Ane 101. trust. und6ur : ,Or PEDRATg
I 1 FOR SALE day or contract. k,...... _......... &ad using, .a.o.
H-wUb 25 H.P. Universal I : House: ; 1 N. Palm Way. 43 dotoo. trid". mmus.a a I ,. ._. TO ..... PKRHONS/ INTXIKsrrk,

_oIer. Practically new, lessMualfty ( furnished 'pls, all, electrically I '* bridge _.IoU.. of .,." Wank '..Ufl, THIN: K8TATK or SAID DSCkBIWi I,
hours time equipped By owner. Write 'la FIz + -..... .,... .....4 ovZo on toWastage. YPV .r. kprvkr. ...,...! Hurt nt'S ..,
running Jan. 1 t, 11, 20, 27, 0 otroetunns.de LEA" ADV }" !!? ".? ...._ "t 40 P> Ikhl.
*nd hi perfect condition Stur- Box 14 for appointment? Mar. // I .... Will... .,........ mi .0/4/ ..
1 March 20, 27, April 3, 10. I A es"Illed k-. I. wo. It., IN T HIS COUNTY OCR's COURT I" ........ .bal-bors' Admitted to pople4g.
All kullt hull
heavy plywood ...... .. ; '.blo .: .go. _.. AND PON MA Mill ;OUNTY.FLORIDA. this Ceds% Y. am b-by _
k'.."fri lbbed, by GulMream t DO WU have trouble with your IP 54 3 or stage 1..4 ............., ..,lit withinit' suplooduat _IJI. Igoe mmm!to
at Riviera In FOR SAIE:-FOKD. VI Id TON .the M.ttry ButeBUMP '. o..v.. taro., data' the to.$ pul.toution I
Company TRUCK. $250044 Flat hen not laying I : Then use do M 0 body,
"41 .. Has always' been.moored 1 Ils' Pan-a-mln. Stuart Feed C a.. proMet. All 0- If Bar Fee -N Why. .110 Wito
fitored under cover. Comtaliletjr dual wheels tii fh good, runs 'Are. tf 1 rA fled. .b.ollsolk.11.. be surnifuld. Irith, I. 14 Cmrt l lvraluu I. Admitting. ..w 11la,,
I .,I fine. Needs lignU. Seen at 'fare or. tile. data foo _.lna .. IN RE. LSTATF ) ........ set sued. varivska,
I equipped including CAliblere. GFultaK a. 61 s. also knons 0 aAs .
... ....... *books oil I not M .1, (caULI I .
heavy", canvas j cover. Toley'111 Brennans, next huise north of Tt/SSES, eloilic stockings, I w I he .&-I.. of the .... basest bid Goo, & Gibb 1 1Do"Gdl ARTHUR' k. CtOtllV

t'Yard.' Salerno. Mar. 21 Bacus Plantationoff Indian. nee pads, anklets, etc Stuart will Ifill. dnitaid. r.....lr 4. ." Mkrlhi County; rM4
I PTA Hears Johnwick Report A aIn aemr"w ., M_ .. igl*. it, Ii4t
--_ town Road on South Fork. It Srug Corp. tfI .the Pines. BpnlNollOM. >.d Spur, I0101'K TO CREDITORS ,jUGA&

Fd It. ALE: 2 ft. riverfrontsurOpWty I Illlllllllllllillllllllllllilll I lllllllllllllli __ _____ __ PKOrtilon.' of Ik.. ..... Rood I)...., '
Spnlil Mteptlop I. .
'I' $%5 |>er ft Close In. FOR RE1111111111111111111111111I11I1111 UK I P II V tt DONALDSON- .ron-Woms vitro. ...III .k.ulM furnished I _with HAVI CIAIMN OR Dh.UANLWk46GAUNINT -----, --
1' On School Plans For YearApproximately
I 'I Inquire 144-V.f Beat/343 Stuart onphonje I I I "11I11111111'' FLOOR I SANDING AND FINISHING earb pr.pgaw.PP1.. will. ... furnished. IP y.o. I.h UTATIts.tif'.4 at you, am horror ,TO CRIOITOMIN
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tf. FOR RENT) Two rom Aplj' PHONE: 32-K, P. O ad coutmet".. upon ippllotlop i to this to Prevent any THIN COUNTY JODGK'I tXIU T 0
I i furnished unfurn&hed BOX ooi. tf ."..., FOX TH& SUM or tt HACK no a Job yed. or either MARTIN COUNTY STATE or
Irr BABY CHICK Get New Price or fill I 75 parents and hopes tdj\ make the'teacher appointments I kiM. PUP .. | urck.... frwp this .rri., lese.. 0 b-6 moslast, the %.%.w FLORIDA
I II light house keeping J Iso t for' the at It for a r1o Gible, *I- known Gon,
Lint ick
d 82:j Money WORTH I furnished single root**, IV' WET WASH LAUNDRY SERVICE teachers. attended the March a cooperative affair ........10 till' .k. t..... .Hi'., ..01..._N... 8 ,lobei ,.osd, Set. .t Marti.C. IN KEGARD THE I STATE t
I I Will IE fKS 101 W. North rj Your for tkm ... I ,ids. to 60 Him. Arthur M. :
I ,I laundry carefully this rpgrirpd kr this '''''. M or
Rr' l of the year. 'Petty faultfindingof I, ,
cooking facilities. meeting Stuart PTA Tuesday I ( of
.on judge Martin
I ta..t Uk.... if County. 1
] to : w. 61
E : Avon ]BRIM morel, Maryland washed clean and returned to prior the HIM for RARIL At-' 6. 1
for Lodrj I the present teachers, and the Corning" hid. isoone In his (two to the
year around. C night at the civic center An GIU.: W. IItIIQ: _Ud. f
iJun<&l Int. damp for home AN I "Abon'" 10 Martin ons"ty,
I irt'b.111 nut Row. you drying airing of personal grievance hills nut .kov toult for :_k I
I iI and Ironing. We will pickupand when Principal Erwin: Johnwick! .keen and ..101 unseat. at kW .Ilo-rted ne F I Kola ,;obtleader ingoth. T. AU Crinfithave.. And. oR P_ .lonso..
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I Crr I Mar. 13 20, 27. against faculty.members will not slaves ., the prupoM L as data too first p4bliestloo Claims. Demands .,
gor Against kill lose
,I bon.tchort tea-kettle at \ deliver and give' you twodays repor ted on plans now telng be helpful to us", Johnwlch stated Th. rlirkl.. .I. Mwrrad .to voinat our b.-( aid Oki.. do.."& toa..

?''l { C E Bldg. Pliant FOR RENT Apartment fu lub.ed. service on this economical formulated for the school next "However, we da sincerely i .r.ill kid.BTATR &ad trip I, MI ad..to Bud Of the ow..., ''roo 6-4 gesdo of yen we .berild., 4
I 11. ROAD DBPARTklKNT .Wol firMMtiwill us ,. .. .....
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\ jg all electric.Apartments. Ri dale wet wash. Rate Ic per Ib. year Th Rev. w. C. Aldridge desire add welcome constructive Of KtOHlUA" ..., lar "ody k. kurnd.i ..4 and_.... Ie'to modest._ ..oar_dust.

': 0 FOR SAI K:% Building -Lots-:"I.1 181 da [find Weighed when dry. Minimum was. the guest speaker using as advice and help In obtaining the H.rS.r(>do a.> .P.... Chili.....*. Ov link i ilk A. II.O fkKKINIlratm II4TJIUIHIE I". may, be- against the. 1W.0 d
cokifty. G.wwoo .
Ave. bundle 10 pounds WET WASH his subject "Culture In the As I W. blow% ofit-- 0 Ilk
I I Lots I Lois 41 X -if ,, finest teaching staffs possiblefor state or Socia"P6' < Cum Testaments All W.
j'I Ic Home." II.... U. It. 311677 A, W a E.uu of Gnmn; B. OVkko, stage. it---marNZ:: ::oNtv:
per .
Adjoin)IfIght f location. CI .an'I : e2WPLE'8 LAUNDRY : the Martin county schools. __ I -11 ____ ___. ittagget. cow"tr Of .

i I U. Prl I i for quick sale !:I FOR chine RENT and I Floor edger.. / I %Job 1'. I tf Mrs.: Garland Edenfleld, presi-. We want your aid and must have -- Kf,V of"-'"I 11 9AVPII1p6L41--- I A 0.'d':: ;oltr to Jade'%. IIA.. of..11.,1.......,' Artk.r CM.!:,I. .CM.it .fit

Will sWrr warranty Deed,' floors fill 11111 1111 I If lit II It'IIM M11! '"'""flll dent conducted a business session I any and all suggestions before NOTICL9GAL APVr.RT13EMr.NT- A" ... As 11.0,11,140, it. .._ _. his Offio. In the ovew
I), Box]: *S4, Stuart, I your Phone log at reasonfr JlardHire>l Ie ca. MALE HELP WANTEDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiiii at which a nominating 'April I," he added He also told INTENTION-TO APPLY ., C.-Within. ,.. hi _Mi"il ...... Ceo." 11,16, ,
I 1711111.1peI Stuart Ib I"derthe 4.the 4.
; I committee was elected. Mrs. H. f fOR PASSAGE OF A SPECIAL Ad.labitratris'' C.T.A.
tff of clans in the formulatlve ,
now kh.Jb; dale of lit note' poUhnilM Joint
''I Co. f Rtf "' OR LOCAL LAW it Ain't' 24.
I .
'I' _.__ .
j oreen was named 10.
-- chairman stage for the NOTICI my dome'd mad be 10
t revising I
report I. .
I FOR SA f J H.P. Johnson Outboard !I'1 HEROES AREN'T BORN: It took to serve with Mrs. Arthur Dehou will .k. Md. .Ivr'. that ..p.plloUop. VERTIS p ... ..4 Moat ..... the Pill" ninwoo4
FOR card for | the IAWkl&to. mT
RENT system next and !
Reasonable. : Furnifed ApE, 4 a war to prove the abilities of I year ..> of the But* of Florid. .. ... _.. ___ -- __ P-9 off" Millions of .1.1-011. Sobe
or. Geeprill' ;,; and Mrs. Herman Relts who will of a system of test rivers to by Ill- 0101.'. .16or
: room All electffc kitcl new analysis lay MMbp fur the THE CIIIC
American 1If T =
manhood Fear for the 011 THI .
5 ley, (OS W Fifth. St.It. Green's Apts tiJlinut Ro Today, present a slat of officers to be of students to aid in registering -.... ml a ._1aI .r .html. An the NININ JUDI L C'RCUIl' ; IN AND .,....... oo If.. some .4 I.6Ayyd.rsAb I.
; I 1 the same sterling qualities are elected at the April meeting. The th.m'under ...*..- of wklck .kr, .. ollowir/ fel MARTI COUNTY, FLORDABILL ; .0 Win rat
I I Mar. 13 20 the most suitable
ft Aril 3. being shown by men who I Milking' H mil.wful I. /I... pr .I "
are seato
4 REAL FOR"sALERIO president appointed an auditing teachers In the different divisions .. Jbi d.. or ... pf MUM tp .6. 1M e NCUY new 1111 it" Ft February. 1, 1,
E VrE serving their country be defending ...... .. 1141,
,: FOR RENT: Lar,/home. For committee! composed of the OnSt 14-U. Meet blit"..
COW]$ o SINDAY1 ;, the peaee The skills of grades. He reported Funs Inp: N.... Gill Metal pr will. TO lET TITLe f rlUT t".A'I:! PANIC
r I SIDE (S AND PAVEMENTOF erly the John Viylor home and aptitudes will George Conrad Karl Bridge and that the largest graduating Net *i tpi Collision, Cast II... i... a. P. IMRKIITT, I MlI '
1 the Palm Cit\Jo you L C. Klckllter. fur the. of 1'laIntlll.toJ. Br GORDON W. 11X0Tmt
d Furnish Mrs. A 0. Pitt- class In the history of the school purpoM nuklpf luj i1< .
rw Fit EVERY LOT. physically and that .... vrrinr
I or unfurnisruil. All menially, and man gave a resume of the w M.rtlp Counlr, Ho. .. A. ..,....._ ...
r i C"n convei I recommendations will tctal between 44 and 47 students Insisted wltklp the ., SANK RTYPMAJ 4 t A. ift'ho-1.' "am
.1 i TERMS. THIS IS'I II II the service will do Territory Bom I I 0. 0 .
lences. you your ot the II... or ( 111"M Anli"we
SuitJle Joe" w.
for reildem of the Citizen' this Ur A Clnb T. Mlln I. Di'._ JANS 11TYPNIANN. 0f."t'l
I 1 FA4T Is year .. ..... ,
T MILLING PROPOSI4ARTIN country Immeasurable. Consider Ik. Miur of wklck "rrtl am w. doceseld
M to
or rooming Education: "@ kx 4
: XION N COUNTY 'U'le. Kent\ 1100:0 thief l The peacetime U. committee. urging A delightful social,hour. which I I. '".. 8L Look InMi, And. /.. .. < ... NOTICE TO PEAK T T. 'OUCHTWKONllornnr !
per miinlh Jinfurnrshcdi ,; I Se parents to study the Issues and followed the meeting o. MUM u .k. ,......., or mod or *- TKII I1T.TA: fir VIA, 10. Toy Jam IW A<. iil.rr.tnf, ,
was arranged <
i, Afr I IF YOU WANT \A i !; (arl Bern/utory, Arcadr. If| S. Army offers you a ,oodpl'tI..ion to support the legislative t. .. >Md, uik klw Rod Note ..-se atypol-0 ..d/.. I... .,...... 8.4 M rfkt. U. I*. 0 t- 1X7.
I 01 DIV or SUBDIVISION : give free food pro- by the entertainment It NOOK oiturdw. ., ynlU Twelve If .."..... '
you 0 uek typionsiN b- --'LWJ.AvUTi iMiu
llllllllllllllllljillHIITIlllllll. ......Illll, gram in the coming session of ........ .
'I AT I > and chairman Mrs. Arthur Dehon, Midnight founders' and ...&king, ... .1gased owilsio. ood add-. _
I I L W PRICES STILL W / N T ED living quarters, high the Florida legislature. who assisted .....1 IP ... metals NeU .1..,, I. ..&..". H.II 1 .,., .......... -- -
AV, at the finest was by her com- foprtk Amok. ... NOTICE or TO RECBTI
SEE OTTO' rages medical and Mile p( Any gap, TI. id.olodadtisevell, Gill.l wijyion!
or iding
-.6.,614.1111, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinVVANTID lentai A popular program number of mittee members thus, :; 1 -. .. rlCTIT .. NAME
I 0 ( TO Mrs. Price > A.. d-6--lid. ksr him r .d ..
PROPERTY i *'an to repair. Expert fare, travel recreation the PTA this year has been a French, Mrs. E.: P. Madeira Mrs. fined 7rut"r.i7.!..kjlkni.MOT. rh- IoVqt rno Bot.... ill. GIW. .... c.II ..... NOTICE W REkilY I OIVkM IW. tIt4l >
AT it MecharAal or&.. and retirement pa,. No monthly .k> 0014. ml Cmou: I Couon ,..I... Olb.... al-sed.. r. '....II.... and.ftia-4. .% pm-i-im dCU.Ptor
I Service. Stuart ivfoll deductions and report of school activities H. W. Schwab Mrs. Charles kill a f.ll.n |P do .kM .k. .. 0-tvie ,I.. Iorth. !C. ..begial. cad Sl:> .IMt :"t.a': :' prieries. Awof

FORtE.. Alracllvt business S.nlc /Station Opposite Stu a by the principal. He reported John Mrs. H. B. Rains& Mrs ..Was or *". ..... U .:, pif...tI.kp., "..... N. Gibbons' blo., _am. ,. .r.IUC IxcllUr With the CIJ ,
to .
i\l'\I ii itWjANT" Nols. Phone ance save your money. Ifu the arrival of 20 new desks WKeller kcround. ...l. M.klnv t II .. ful I- r..k W. Poria. br. 4- Julio, 16 prl. on.4 fail !:*
> varl of fown, suitable for 9144. tf Steward .
; I have what It take*. and Springer, Mrs. J. dome feel pr raluu fish to .._ '.po.. sloor-lif. Frank w. t I.,11 .. de. : ti"4'.r.: : ModAt
Md Write C. O Box 103. / the this week which were ordered and Mrs. Richard Dozier. .1001 making It !I...J to fuk -, MariV." ). Page. -6 ... .... of :; :: 841.4 the. Ons'.
: M fef 6,13, 21liALE ) ): Position! for elderly e necessary physical last July Indicating the difficul- W -- to be hosed I. III ....tOf .Iidstratft' of the. ..... olf ..k W. oMARTIN. -- -161i
1 m. Honest and reliable a me flat qualifications get .1 H..I. Cmplr .by ., H.ulklkltnj P.M-J'. -Ard, 444 110. 11 ._.. LUHSKR CO ppoir
Oi7 I. details ties Involved In expanding school BoI.... Draw II.... .Farm rap II.... .Derives, 11'sigh, III-ridal. I ... 1'. -0 Are, suraved is b"h-a .1 lolikeision.
) : Hi'E ADJOINING III employment. Wrlle Box the Army Rein facilities.I The Joker In the deal LIBRARY. GROUP pr 0111 K... -.Pilot. ...... *- '-. 4-ra.41 I A,1Io H. P. goresidenor priorities llut wrllwkmhMM bit"Awk<
fCR LOW IN BESSEY 19 Sluari. it er station 704-706 Com.. was inclusion of I kr'tilt. iuii'ai' ...lfcf the bills| to 66 w. 11ii.. a. 1'.. said. ..T M fuldvall of.
a pulpit In the ., .. ,
.. H k ..4 Unitk f.u..k .. York Off New York& roa. J. O. "Avg
( Darm
I I Al [ & BEET HAS WA Building, West Palm order he added. ..d N.... ud prPrMI,J penalty lief.for 1'_. whLo; national. 10 I lavy W. M "IIJIi"
ITO"'k r
III TS TO RIVER fED: Golf equipment and &I I, Fla. "This v= I violation pf ... W U/ro.l.loM .'-' Martilsol.. Nour Verbi J, 11-460.6-it. r"Ild,
0 LT I nlture for club house. Cont Marc 0, year we have Introduced (Continued/ ( One this Act .pd. ....1011./it,.% this A.I of ...... 11--tee -...., ........, '''' tvLlo. IV April .. !.. "
!12000'00'\PRICED FOR Martin two new sports In our expandIng mm page ) ....11 I ", Mr. -;" ..k_., 1010. P I .-
I A I1CK SALE HARRIS LOW- County Colt and WANT ,. Experienced" ca'ny';; physical; education program", desk chair.So that money' In Bill tF'fitii tht /I/;.5"B2..rpf, ; .... -,f&nm looknoo'bl' Y... 1.11 "t CAU ADVESTWEMINT,,_,,.
ounlry Club. tf "" Lo1rI.Io. P.M 4le-saft .
I of t Ruth -
T. .hI. ,
I I i .7 itJR. BOX 154 OR. CALL er, nn or .woman who likes hesald "which are track and! the treasury may be used for .. IIAJlVI B.. ROWRIAIs. 4rhroidd.Was'.. !I. w... lor ''pO A. NOTICE; Pi"TltNT.iJMT. RECIfll1ricrrrioui

1 l I I tf ?ANTED: Rout repairing and 1. th.. -.hit._. rnI_ field events and b.h.11.rho purcnase or new book the committee .Z.-.. "..... -.'I"mi .' I NAME
7 %
------ LEGAL r-. : .
m house painting Ceo Leeman L. ,;only. Call Vera base ball wll be carried on voted to stage a benefit .I. I ,* J.,.. rvaovi. Armu%_ 1' :,I KOTlLl a BEREIV GIVEN... t

il -SALr-BVNG'OLOW ON 2* P. O Box 1333. Phone 1137. 1,1 496 or write, Box 277. through the summer months asa to pay for the new furniture. tA----c9r----t.h.- of IpUritlppHorw"'UiuZlu Cppp Rnlk T. H....... .. 0=. ..... assom ups. P.-Ilwo. *

J 41 I J : NILAD,11ALERIS FRU1 March 6. 13, 20, 27. March 20 Legion Junior club,* he ,said Request for refinlshlng the r, ., foT cri lh7''rMr<>'Itn The.! .mlr piprdl.il,..r.. wkoM ml .U.rilrl....._ $I.' lIoril"I. at C :.,:;. ':,':':'trivigor Law$go.6h of rirA"'the Cle" III

I I j V CHARLFj tlllMlllllllllllinilllllilllllllllllllllllllllLOST I I -_ __. An athletic budget Is another oak: floors was answered by Mrs. for the a"-.. off ....1., .-..1 mil .HMP, New Lao_ Coo if., C.'swit Q"rL be *

> SHOW & ""IIItI"I .". Illllllliillllllllllllltllllll innovation In this department, Wenninger club president, who .the .......".. "hink. __...... I.. Jie.ppn. w. ..*..tri. .nessity. rourida. A-* ::.i.l.Ind

-_ ,t, FOUND M..,."... i FUrAL I IELP WANTED0111108se6.11 the prlcnlpal explained, with advance I stated that the club already had taw; It to, MU III.10110 17 I .To.4 ended Joe of sestuals Cb.vur, PoUt. -.d .Tiota-vat_... .h...:: -...' '( r bU.P-105-"im.._. tslTINKLIrMRAXWZLRIANOYPLW oI. this 4400% ou -

I I Ilr lit L ESTATE FOR- SALE: -Ukbe 1.-- .... In -if'11'11I11I111111I11I1111I11 pines for financing the I plans for such work and redecorating .HIM....* :RrvnU/I :!. of Illl, .nd io ,,_SI,., Day.-. BM... rtprw' John 0
: .
I / of lotio .1id.11 I In
O Po 0.gas"
: und Federal I HigKvay to WANTED iman to manage various activities of the athletic the Interior of the buildIng f1pnioll. Asset 1/1141. I,Chapter Provide.. !?11441 the. I fiftore. A. akll..... ,.. .......d Ilkilks, .both o"01. .#% I'lioldiall.. \ that yorti: .:.:=416

I ontagt, U lo M *errant Stuart News Office Rewsrd I laundry. a! dry cleaning or. program this summer. ".... of. 4.H CommlMtoii. ..d >- "Idsis .11 H. W. I.. ot.. ', Minimal iso lislianot
: Mar. 20. Teachers for The library committee Includes Poor City 1/n.luloiMr.' 'lor the city .1o..L '10.' A. ". Alarelo or. dd. IIAN siousiDA .
Ii, ot, average deptri afproxlarter ganilltionof Must be capable next year are to of Btoort.d to swift. 3i. .. .di Al.b.11. L. Marvin' ;'" 11-4 W"
i 1. ai be selected besides Mrs Dunscombe diitlr, O. D. Mor-in. Jr : ..11 .. .. ,,
fall a. Terms> M per doing ratlons. See H. : April I and the principal HrrdfcMUM .nd. lork. ml of- Whand risidever L. .
1'1 FOUND-Rod bakelite fountain '''.' W tit/ ft% .Via., A. ._.:.
and Mr. .i4 Com .. H. W.nw ,,
nl II eenl/nnual- C. 03 East fill emphasized that while the Klckllter Mrs. H. H. l..loMr.'MARVIN ", ""-,
cash per pen on desk. Owner 1W.11 !.hLot St. H. ROWELL.AOVERTIIEJdENT .. A-usa Q W....% I ......., .husa ... I FGAL "UTIHt
r Interest 4 per cent on de- my .ry agency. It laws require him to make recommendations HIpson Mrs. L.. E. Ashley. Mrs. OF I -- do... is Ill-blose." 1.00. ....114. Men- -

l Pad (ayments. Fokecurityspeculatloa. may have same by calling for iXPEZENCE to the trustees, R. W. Hartman. sr. 0. D. Quinllvan. __ I"_ 111U.-bon! oK._.........., 4ro.oved, Nor, NOT .01'; '''''rll!!:': TO RZGBTPAMR.. ;
it. Ernest Lyons Stuart Mews.. werthisloges
wofllocated aitrem W't- who In turn report their ..Iec-: county commissioner HOTIC 0' INTINTIOff TO ...... dismigul' V. No GIVEN 6godlivisl

.1 I bervan \\i IL I da,.. tions to the school board he Evans Crary, county attorney r. rlCTnlous' NAME iteptiTgotof J-1607 mad '' 4. 1-= Ifch"

i acreage, lb\ prim LOST ; ApplyLklhotchent, South and f. R. Pomeroy circuit clerk .1 la HkRkBT: CIVBM shot. Ik.. hoolong. .0.4 oak.lw.asatr::: : ;: "" ..... to.. r........ ...,
.1i I vuestine L Improved\ ds, I 1'10'dark',1.-; In later tk. protl.lonf. pf thftmds volder We against the nol -1 4041. I .... X, :
.1 Dixie Highway.Hob '1& All members of the. Cbo .un. ...... flumod myllog. 1,11110, .. : UO.L: ..
i. ;, Irk. mileage Automobile*, brown leather case. Return to J .. Womans of ci. will,' .. ml F..".. A.0 ... .u P.M601 .. -..4 A tin at. ... .ad aCounty.
I ., --- CHURCHES or club .1. wMk tk.. ttark boiling, w Johnisis sit
asked ,1 I
CHRIST SCIENTIST are to assist Waggleof to us" 'dn t
try nodern eolvenienct for Stuart News. office. Reward WOMANt White t watch I 'Jr. :1. ..nit _r<. -IP >M| for Mirtlp .or 718rhL title or Isitervit, .to tlto of p.bilse of ,:; =,1 :
ATTICA'I tickets for the benefit c. '.. "........ '..if bovelounar. ......... prug .
It I uatry homes .Kill cans aa March 21. old child do"he... 2109 ill i to .... MOM .. the J.... next PPM _, pf pnot A-ro, .. andel, the soft ."," J
.... ,... ,,........................... 0--ft .116.1, Wolf 6. week. :.blloo ""rf Ikk UPlMi. tk.* fktW "a" giant" and. *%be.. TNI JIN' .... tift. A'Apsamil
k so IT91311 WOCU. Cank ."......"..".'......"..".................,,,"' ..,,'" Sound, Collt:, Mari, : U 0.viien, ml Ckrll 6.6.410. read t-b-. As b .._ __.. I drosidW I. k, A_ of is.....we.. .-
I'll.' of cities the country.a 0.4 the world pp sundae H. LEGAL OF HAY LUNCH i'lAI, nd.r. wkkk. I -. oal va-b AS 1-6 ..ft le-AW Hnll- Loss PWII9" in @old be-
NOTICEStooliffilitillillitiollettlellitillesellool"lit WANTED The Cold Test ; ly .0 g ____._ __ d at Mod. he, Ute share" --it ...
u Jo
: we
I am& farm -will coniA Experle oct, canYkasper. -_ .lIff bad 4w
11 il I tsmthas It y IOU Given- on | / | | man or" -w .n,' who p.fro,.,I"be ging thl.ICoiM.l.p" Pkpvfc> prt 1-1 i;0 lbg.,. to NOTICN"par6..In borebor pis", at. tootied, 4.. rA f3i l!- teaseled 1, Aseet:I' hold, I..bomurbs.. &typed Use speorl she. .,.....tried,.'.1 you..1..ad In gas&the JaII-7 'L flivir.HSI I L

1 40iffskiltualty your son 'would SPENCER SUPPORTS for we- likes t* meet the pu folwc I"" a Ptorid. I- C.L.I. i C .1 RAYMOND 4. ICIWir/K./ '.1 F-1 Moron to. .Iot, his tnti.. .. ..,,Ago ....,., AS 1. AL '
I I men. Menlo belts. Luella Downey mission basis C-A= I ,. ... t 0 1 A. .1..... rowwa. I' County, Vimid, Woo, IA11 "
nl up- in. .
va6bw be II. Tb-
a ember of the 4HI ., : = II. 11. Aglil .. 11. XU11 oI the.
11 4 thehot. Nestle ,
; )ff 1101 Orange A.o.Fo" Vero ..either.1t", b m staged -_ _.L ____ 1 of a-vir.m. a. cLos's
Beach Lot
2498 _
ffI store or to r. o. to 14. JAW Jig I at smume AIN.
a drug saw.I to lg*- To a- Ing the MAN MAY C
I I M'Spror Pierce. Phone 197-M for apipolntment. Box 277. 4 IL H any ... '. -1.4L. I of sonwid.tim r the DWkt& LtCAL _AOVtRTBEMENTnone to- Aloe. Goverligoo" Lot 4 oI .... ., 47 IS. sk
Cartheirg. I the rather Io i lap, Ail : all Is 7II-1.1, at _
tf And the margin "if, do, 'I". :.11 -
1109i of J norlde.I World palsomb .ad tb save OF INTINTION trB ii Ileach. __ a 1-6 to- 11.1imil-Distri an Lki.g the bound.iiske clew LX&AIL T
Total registration a1' Ph but he the th the FICTITIOUS= NAIMIt .!tt:!
I ver- : will .9 Out of said W.Luvl thotries kOTFCI1 ,
V t it WE HAVE HELP AVAILABLE of skiolvi& is.. vir ,-be 11.16. 17). vinsivoll't .4, : 'is Spatially filvEN tloni to.siderANA4 TON. A. hoomfe coussomodod sall Natl- 46
II city Tampa for the and We of Martin ., fled on "Orsca I ,
rho Lossman V-4-0 4ho assmor In 'A. .... crj!=
I j.-- I 61.0 Wellsville bo 9-1.t.go :
% VAN-1y.
; FOR "it of entitled
I ALL f-
POSITIONS. fiervisol-9 Abu Charter" as" ; =
:til TELEPHONE Isenigoter I 10,3&k GO the 'h",
I to ri tI .I I-inst LOAN 44 soon,
; ; Including night cl a P. MR us she Christ" ther" re .1 too a". County *1 1041. r ; WITNIIICI A. D. 1.47. Mam" fi-
sup :
H FORT PIERCE 10 J maj.ho "i.-t the R"-61, W
city. Mrs. r. T. Lno Health hoor Pub 1-tva.14.06 and tor the.. C the 1._ A.i-
will be a..11 .. passed Abu"
I EMPLOYMENT more than 1300 aCe Key the lk to-- bv Us" I toutbin of r.114-ft 9.0 eo. r.. Marl. stykq amirs ..4., .._ .. = nee APat
I PGZM) Police C ty, MI SERVICE.. Ing to Or E.: C. Nance President. ask" It 'A 0. I. ..V-g, A, .-Ildstad of. one oporriditigg the Said fee oI County, 'loti.,... lop" 'Wt,, 01 ".., 5.ar she Cloggidi GWAA as 4041. oo. 4'
Mar. i, 11 .. pablIkIllitlen of able cou'11' the
| f'.6te Am so .a." am nifers 4.0 ." a 9. determine MItoo .... an'.. Plieddhir title .41h Z"M the ACou
I *bmk ;
the .1 limit :. sion-41, "wko I A. D. 104?. Cift ft. tog
I ( :Trees-re Jwre--p.tI- Florld"Forest .ad ill t millosessul tialled I&A TIN#-it I. aa &.he off"" I 1 .I'IULiX .AL .Now .hirb :f'ac\1t: COURT -SEAL" L Iat
atNowFoellerCable, d of relief The Service has ...Ialr for" 4COUN IFIADRIDA, BOARD --"it to boullessup at stmk .= :41 L PlI"DOY fig 00
igh. or illuct IIt. 1' ,
ig. I nwr *Sandlot. inseligine, 'front'haht which may be I farm foresters Who .111he19 any bonar, so" be off IT mate" IN RUCTIO". we the.0 a"U"follow istaftetme 10 Sued. .b-L". C64ciftelt rk.d& VONA. nortia. 06.00. : '; Los,
lowliat 46 I
i w WecrL, Iilbgoygp .be. compared roughly with the state "farmer with, his,.woodlot prob- legaffloinney a Physical of ski*God list a .mago.49 *Mpb The i. Id.A ROIL P"AIP1412TAL431-, KARL: L DUGAN''. 41.U P. CI."I" I an IMA 10,011onse 0.01-

W.I ilootaill it of sleep for animals.. 1 lems. =- it .44 iotA I I ,. ROY K. .a"lItT. I ::1rA_I. rlol.llft.' ti 9
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Stuart Plumbing,;and Sheet Metal Works,Inc., expanding to better:,serve L have greatly,enlarged our staff of plumbers and sheet metal work.
the people of this and surrounding areas ySecause the demand exists.". ers V-and the men will be on hand to do the' job the very best me- +
It'is our,intention to fill that need by givin ou want you want when youwant ,chanvs we can secure. '
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small. or,too,large for us to handle. D/'t t f fail: l to call on us in an emergency. under supervision of a master plumber and must meet the highest
{.,This: ii the biggest firm of /s kind and the most completely standarck of the trade. '" i 1hequipped
in Martin.County--and nyjob in our line is too small or'.too 'We,reali; that the secret of a successful and growing business is to "Do
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FOREST FIRE STATUTES would be a safe and logical Investment. to erect really THE HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION "1

:: 0 e tunrt NOW Frosty dry weather! ha Increased the tire hazard all over Florida modern resort accommodations.The (Fort By Pierce ROLUN News-Tribune ROGERS ) ,

and every precaution should be taken to prevent fires. Florida second half of the Twentieth Century is just over ECOHIA which is short for the East Coast Hil
\ Published every Thursday at 'i forest fire 'laws are very definite and their enforcement ha the horizon. Let's all forget the Stuart of yesterday and way Association started I concerted drive here Fri,

l Stuart, Martin County. Florida, been promised by local: officials, Report violations proi 1pttf. I Join In constructive action td build the' Stuart of the night, at a meeting in the city hull to whlfch all pnDnJ

by Stuart Daily! Newt, Inc. A Here are the Florida Statutes. 1941 Chapter 590 Forest Pfotec- future!; owners were Invited, to .raise tunds l frjr. advertisingtjU.
i a Florida corporation Lion: I 'cBuRSE '" --- Highway No. 1 as the .Number Qxf route to travel)I
{ I/ Entered u .econd- lw mill ROAD CREWS TO EXTINGUISH FI'tES.kvbrr}' ) merfiber{\ ot a pbRTANB:: 6r THE'COLF Florida. Of course, we here in St. Lucie County hlY,

1 'J matter at the post office at road construction of maintenance crew whether employed by the I C. W. Hannon Cleveland winter visitor, told Stuart ways assumed everybody knew (the East Coast f

I Stuart, Florida under,the Act state road department, or by the highway department or county Rotarians last week best part of Florida. Now cornea the rude awaken
f r'of March I, 1878 commissioner of any county, and every road contractor or subcontractor "I know that there are a number of your winter visit- With the long stretch of U. S. 1 which ia torn up north
i A FREE PRESS of said state rpad department or the highway, depart- j on who enjoy golfing as much as fishing and who would here offering an obstacle to the comfort of tourists I IB .!,
't 34 YEARS OF SERVICE ment or county eommUlsoners of any county and their employees not think of permanently settling here If it were not for tomobiles, the proponents of the $t. John River Trail '
aDd n. al..tt Dally Now@ trot ;i ..__ shall keep all fires set by them under control and confined to the'rlaht your 9-hole golf course at Port Sewall. the Orange Blossom Trail both bf which by Pan M
{, w too wbu..a_... Times 1. ,atn.1W,%flew A.ru Mw.r of way and suppress all fires discovered and detected by them "You can, If you wish devote yourself entirely topushing East Coast a long ways away- are biaklng hay whileth i tilt
I A FREE PEOPLE m;, and th, st.w$ Mw.wr.. .Lt within two hundred feet of the center line of the right i bf way of \ port fishing but I believe that such a course sun shines In! their direction. The most conservative!
"hkh. TM Thaw WM .o. oltdi'.4. wr.4 state: county or public road or highway ort! which and adJacent loser In potential l growth' M
.. I. 1119. Th. J founded' 0.u>bM> .twN4 Ito _k. to which the said crew, contractor, sub-contractor and employees which could come if you would advocate a wider recrea- business which cater to tourists at half a million
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: : Smith n..ld. v...,_ are employed. tion field for your visitors this season alone. ..
ADOPTION OF RULES FOR ROAD CREWS.-The I tate road "You do not have easily-reached ocean wimming- IT'S NOT that the positive advertising methods

:tTA;. aaNNIN.EL.-LYON&....... ...,.:::::.:, ..c.. ..: ., ..:.........Ad..rtla.e? .Gen" N..nr N..rer department and ,the county commissioner or highway depart. and without a good golf course in the area I doubt that moting Central Florida travelare, illegal; it's just halt pp)
rte' menu of the Several counties of this state Shall require their con Stuart will progress as it might. Get behind the men who seems the East Coast,has been sleeping soundly'js
SUBSCRIPTION RATEs structlon and 'maintenance crews, contractors, sub-contractor have and developing the Port Sewall course !u,
are midst of established/ prosperity, and the
I.I-.Mall- Owe T..,.....__. iLiO T. T...... _'_ __'_''''_..... and employee to comply with the provisions of this chapter and Help them with money and work. A good golf course i iv threatened all of a sudden One of the prosperity I
r ,. '" ..., mt.* .'".*. kM.. .. .. .... ... road ment, commissioners and typical thing
a .11. Th east, nl sow... tat fivht the said state depar county high one of the finest bets, in the world to develop Stuart. which has excited local men Interested in this
.b1-11-1.16. ;:. I :": ; ... way department to that end \may adopt and;! promulgate rules and matter,
hll..1. of .11 aware .S==:::SOIlO==:lOCCC=:=O=or=o=o paragraph from Frank Kenny'a column in the New Yuri
regulation for the observance of said crew;, contl-.ctora. subcontractors
j 1a MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mirror of February S. It says: "Florida has a $40,000DM
= and employees In Carrying out the purposes and provlslonl -
and road-repairing project in full swing on its
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\i REFUSAL OF ROAD CREWS.-Any road foreman or memberof -- -- -- -----
: Worthy Meditation 0=:::30=0=:::30ClO===::lO=OC:::=--a: the plague Stay on 17 and go down the middle (fi
a road cons:.ruction or maintenance1 crew or any foreman, ,
A. s. DOBB3 of the Bell nd' state
Southern Telephone
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zc I ECOHIA wilt seek by concerted effort to
Co. Pierce Rotarians "Service
at Fort told prevent
tractor who shall, without sufficient cause, willfully refuse or Telegraph HI)
j Lord, make me an instrument ot thy )peace. neglect to prevent and suppress fires as provided In this chapter! "'.story last week which I think deserves broader : future,road repairs during the winter season, and by pOll
Where there U hatred, let me sow love. Where there shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction. publication than we can.give it in a paragraph here. It I tive advertising means try to re-stimulate east coast trivet
Is doubt, faith Where there u despair, hope. Where thereof shall be punished u provided In 590.14, was about a man who "never stored up anything for the i The meeting Friday night should be well-attended, if jai
I there i i. darkness, light And where there u sadness, UNLAWFUL BURNING OF LAM'S! U I In unlawful' far morrow" yet lived a very successful and abundant lifeI and you and you give this threat a few minutes thought

"" ,in" 0 Ovine; Muter, grant that I may not so much any person to willfully or oarrlmly! burn or cruse. to be burned, I have asked Stanley to. will.this story in) his own words i --
seek to be consoled a* to console; to be understood a* or to let fire to or cause fire to be met to any forest iras, and it is my hope that it appear both! in the Stuart IN PRAISE OF THE PRINCIPAL
......... loved News and in broader fields: Erwin Johnwick, Stuart High/ School principal
.1 J to be at to love) for it it in giving woods, wild lands or mashes not owned or controlled by such t.
\i that we receive, it it in pardoning that we are person. o reappointed by the board last week and deserves mogmtion
and it i i. In dying that we are born to eternal pardoned SETTING: FIRE ON R OHT-OF.W YS.-tt I II I Unlawful lot any SPEAKING of Rotary; we steal a great many of our / from the. community fOr his first!! year as head i
life. person to set or cause to be set willfully or carelessly a fir within jokes from' The ,,Rotarian, official magazine of the the high school. .
-St. Francis! of Assisi the confine of the rlgh.-of"way of any public road Mate road, civic organization, but we also steal some jokes fromother Under his direction, Stuart+ Mchopl\ has been reaccMdi
,Mural/'lnnnnluhuunoumuwmumMlrimuuuuuuulnuuanlluuunu"/ railroad, or In any other place and allow It to escape onto and burn papers in Florida. My kick is that we occasionally ed, athletics have been greatly expanded, new lubjedJ i
t over any adjoining land. lift a paragraph from some other Florida paper have \been added and the general morale Of the !xhod
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR DISPOSING OF LIGHTED CIGARS ETC-It la Unlawful for which has either beet) sheared from The Stuart News Is on a creditable plane. /

.1 I Jimiiiiiiiniini' iiiimniiiiimi. any person to throw or drop frpm an automobile or vehicle, or or The Rotarian. This unprincipled business is going Mr Johnwick has joined vigorously in Stuart civt
'r On iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmiiiiiiiiimn otherwise a lighted match cigarette, cigar ashes or other Il&fnlrig/ to force us eventually to rend our own "Let's activities is sincerely working for an expanded scbw
fashionable Bay Street !In Jacksonville where yesterday's or glowing substance, or any substance or thing which mayor Laff"' column.I ,system in the face of overcrowded! conditions, and his el
business marts have been swallowed up by the doe cause a forest, grass, or wood fire e forts are worthy of "Well, done" from the comiriuiiitj\
warehouses and railroad tracks of today, Is a great fours CAMP l"IRES.-J: la unlawful for Individual or of I WAS very much interested in talking to Don Romanello,
I t 11, tain Built of marble group IltlltllltlllllllllllllllntlltlllllllnlllllIIllllltllltltl i i i l i l lilllllllllsIlilllllllllhills i i i iHorticulturally
as enduring as the pyramids i It English teacher at Stuart High School, who told me thata
,, lands IndIviduals to build a Warming or camp fire and leave same un- ,
1" today monstrosity its usefulness for horses extinguished. course In short story writing ia proving both popular d

I", dissolved by a l mechanical! age. Its elegance out of keeping PROc :DURE TO LAWFULLY BURN LAND.-It 1* unlawful productive of some good creative writing fit the .school. Speaking
with the
( railroad! freight shed that overshadows it. and Its t for any person, either willfully or carelessly, ie burn or That Is! fine, and Mr. Romanello should] be praised lor directing
-I; met to bulk constituting! a traffic problem. It is too big cause lo be burned, or to set fire U or cause fire t to be let t U, the work along this thanhel. And. by the way, I otnulinliliuunnhatauiuihuhlitlInudlnunmluiihibliiloihIsllo\ la

,i" SEiJimship.even convert for use as an anchor on a ocean-going any forest Create, woods,, wild land or marshes owned or eon- think that the school newspaper, "The Star" is certainly; In the lock "Shade and Ornamental Tree for South, IInull' idCnha

I trolled by men person without first giving notice to all resident far far superior to the original and vulgarly named "Driz ) wlik.li. David Sliimxk ''anI'1 wrote, on page' 15 appcistatement ( &
J;;.ty,>' :iDd stopped was walking down Bay.Street at midnight recently) owner, manager or tenant of lands adjoining and lurround- zle." It Is one thing to shoot at a'star, another to be satisfied I hut "due hi the strung' capillary acthm, taking pine lit I IS
I f., those folks to. gaze in awe at this antique. How proud log the area te be burned said notice to be given In the pretence with the vulgarity of the commonplace. One of the, porous mk, formation (in Rmwurd und Uuln OHinlies" ), wlieHiynter
I, wis In Jacksonville's must have been in 1909 when they erected this of at least!! one witness or In writing not less than one nor worst things which can be said about this town is that we replaced from (lie kiwer strata; ban upward water mnvrmnL
desert, HO that steaming steeds of more than ten day prior lo such burning, or to fail U take' have lid many persona here who adopt protective cloak etc.

jOwjut JljSjiorse-drawh their work.trucks For there could get a swallow as they went reasonable precaution against the spreading of fire to other of commonness and vulgarity rather than aim at the worthwhile Dr George D. Ron-hie vice-director in charge of the Unwntiof ,

I 'TTORe nays, and the fountain were no automotive trucks !in lands by providing adequate fire line, man-power and firefighting Florida nli.tropical experiment station at Homestead, tales e
certainly served a good<\: and equipment for the control of such fire or U watch o to Ibis .
1 i humane purpose Yet I wonder HAs ceptHin III.t1P'1 e1)t.141/ adds "I wish that this were! tnir. 'ball
JHPflle\ could if even then the thinking over said fire until It .Is extinguished, or to permit fire U beep THERE always been a conspiracy by the lazy of the work on nJitf ilmwi that preys) Is little capillary wtmi ul
i.. gone and In''not erecting realize a that fountain the day of the horse was t* adjoining lands; provided however that no notice. halt be and[ poor of spirit to make fun of and td drag down Ing place Percol itom and teaching U, on the other hand quite| nod
+ i foisting the the do-gooders were required te be given elf the setting of fire In a forest protection those who attempt to do their best and it Is not Your statement is' applicable In mar marIa lint lo her
on deep not Las'
city of Jacksonville
rould a pit elephant that t district where written permission. lo set such fire has been easy, to stand for what is fine and right. The easy rockilulls.:"

I of yesteryear.only serve as a gravestone marker for the activities. obtained from a duly appointed fire warden. way is to go with the herd. Therein lies Inconspicuousness Two years. ago Dr. Rmlle, made an tnnntnd list of iirnimrrti.

I It U a strange thing how disappointing CIVIL LIABILITY! .-Any person violating any of the provisions and a fellowship. of both the dross and the shade trees for limestone oik This paper, which was read IIIIIr l lNutumal
?; They have been heartbreakers all fountains are of this chapter shall be liable for all damage caused by such gross. Shade Tree Omferemv" in 1945!, is /reprinted herewith In hit
through history. A flotation, which damage shall be recoverable In any court of
Ponce large measure de Leon of Florida sucker business ia built around competent Jurisdiction. The civil liability shall obtain'' whether NOToLONG AGO I had a startling exarriple of( tills in the ORNAMENTAL slUofc
other extravaganza In which he and a lot bf there be criminal prosecution and conviction or not Ease of t young boy who was unhappy because he made a. tREES FOR UM STONE SOIU
I for misguided actors spent quantities of gold looking PENALTIES!: ,-Whoever violate any of the provision of this "A's" at school. "The other boys say it ia sissy to make Bn Dn CBOHCE D. RUCHUC

I The bubbling dame amount etream of that would bring back their ; chapter ((1)) with wilful and malicious Intent sheik, upon conviction A's" he told me. "I am going.to try not to make, them anymore Ornamental shade tree are indispensable component( of ll* W

structive purpose in energy Florida and money devoted to YOuth.j hereof. be deemed guilty of a felony and punished by a tine of notes ." scape in, Soulliern Florkla They are necessary, not only. lo four
great deal of might have than five hundred) dollars nor more than one thousand dol- 0 cooling shade in a climate which is tropical for rout of (rile ye if. l had,ilk
5 builder who met good But Ponce was not the only lara or by Imprisonment In the state prison for a term of not less THIS BOY had encountered one of life's greatest and to add variety ask charm to a landscape( which because} of its i PU,...
Jerusalem Delivered"disappointment. In that ancient book :han one year nor more than three yean or by both SUch fine and most difficult problems the censure of the mass, and low elevation wiHikl lie decidedly monotonous witlniut, 11.......
y of a fountain, the sight, the of hermit tells Charles and Ubald I Imprisonment in the discretion of the court and whoever, <2i carelessly that evil and self.protective threat by which groaaness The ,member, of available varieties adapted "to the climate of/ S(16
who taste Its water die with excites thirst, but those violates any of the provision of this chapter, shall upon con- seeks to prevent the fine from setting a pace too fast ern Fkirida h so great that the tlmice',! of 1iado trees i*'not a simte|" !*-
and Creek history Pomponius laughter Mela Back in Roman : vltclon thereof, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be for It.o Much will depend( on the site where the tree an tA grow ja to *Wof .
I lit a fountain "In the Fortunate Islands"and_Petrarch wrote punished by a fine of not more than two hundred dollar or by F the many specie is |best tinted Diversity iii size, bahit nf. Paid,
'; distinguished authors by which these Imprisonment In the county jail for a term not to _eel three IF t WAS Principal Johnwick t would certainly try to see 'lind foliage and floral( characters make I icons well suited fur pLuif""

d of sin. One could were not merely be too symbolizing obvious back the ..pleasres month, or by both luch fine and Imprisonment la the discretion\ that there was: not a child In Stuart school from the.first ins resklcntiul property( while other. are best Wed for planlinl, s
Ways. Even Ponce de Leon in those of the court and the penalties herein provided shall extend to both grade to the last who had any misconceptions about which large estates or parks Some are eipeclully well adaptad to rooW
Because he knew darned good was and something of a cheater the actual violator and M the person or persons firm or corporation decision brings the greatest benefits to be true to yourself or'avenue planting, some to grouping, and other to specimen nlaiita)
r of Youth was in the Bahama Islands the Fountain causing directing or permitting such violation (Am. 1. ch, or.to the herd. I should think, however that even so Trees with densely foliaged spreading tops( usually are preferjlilr! h
fit! and not on a back capable a man as principal would be if in shade
street in St. Augustine Florida 20898 1941) our helplesi the 'but I, luwn grawe and shrubs will not thrive in dew
where for 60 many
see what Ponce couldn though it cost him cents much yoii can BURDEN OF PROOF.-In any prosecution or civil action homes of his pupils there was that damnable attitude "It'sillSY shjd.""l hiatlnm, so that where lawns and shniblwry are M. Pee
i price a higher brought under the provisions of this chapter it shall not be necessary to.make an, A." shade trees with more open( trips may' he better fitted For .reiidiiil"l ..
i Even here In Stuart we had fountain for the state or plaintiff to allege and prove absence of the o pJuntinlll, the sire and h,1 .."hlt""' ..... nf .... !-..I.Iln.! .. ,1Ji.ld.;,
of public-spirited but 111-advised a women raised once A group, right or authority of the defendant to set or cause to be set theo AND I HOPE that ever parent who reads thin article I l be considered In making' a choice' "- i ';ndu; dully; 'M j;,*
them was a considerable of what t 'fire, but such right and authority shall be a matter of affirmative will ask himself in his heart: "Am I setting 1 moisture ply( an important in limiting of *
sum part
adaptability ip
'Iron fountain where thirsty pedestrians money could and erected an defense to be alleged and proved: by the defendant. example Am I, In my thought! actions/ and effortsaiming Irn-ipecHve of the, nature'of the fi different mill se
drink There were several catches No stop and REWARDS-The board In Its discretion\ may offer any pay ,t an,, "A?" Or do LJ, rather, hit It a sloppy J-ihiatfcms, there; fs a wide varHy bf requirements suitable ftmamentil shale ire
provision hid rewards for Information leading to the arrest lick, and let it got Am I afraid of what people will available;
been made to pay the water bill, and fountains without and conviction of In Southern Fkwkla, This; applies to the rocky lienestoaess1,
perpetually flowing water are as useless as a train with any person violating any of the provision of this Chapter. think been since If I gIve I my honest determined opinion stand How.long baa it of Dade G'unrv)(. Floridr upon which have been. built the conunuW
; out an engine. Then too Stuart's -- a acted and making hp the fcreite; Miami
water in those days was ------ Ma bad which support also Illt'in'prIant '|
k so full of iron that hot CONSTRUCTIVE ACTION spoke my conscience told me, regardless fruit rural
en a summer's afternoon the thought growing<< area extending from Miami to Florida Clrv
se;;, bubbling from lukewarm water dishwater : Realistically speaking there Is only one way In which I of being a "sissy" for 'aiming at an A'J"IT ? Thew rocky'limesln.. mil are located In a well defiled *T

There aafahn ice-chamberlike t the base of the any community can grow ,and that is by the actual higher' ; than the .djoinlng'wet prairie, which Wriwn as the'lalw'! '
tJ'" folintaln. but new construction of More buildings and homes. SOUND like Horatio er and what wawroni' ,
nobody lox'k RdKf )
ever bought ice ; rxtmh
any for it. And cenf crnipjiecl mainly of oolitic limestone The Ridge
any )!
a; how, the pretty fountain was erected just across the street Physical growth represented by physical stuff, with and doihlng.but 99 per of the. pebple1 who !get southward lain .the Bmward O iiity/ line td Siiith Miami and 4"eurvri
from a drug store bricks and lumber; and it is certainly use trying to ahead in this world are constantly trying )(
where for
free could! gradually westwafd
you get a drink of and Inland from lie coiist' reeling *
f Ice bring new residents to the area Unless there homes ,to/make "A's" Read the story in a 'recent Saturday numlU'r { (
I water and look at a pretty girl The Stuart fountain are new Is oIf rotk'; Islaiult; known reade
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Postabout the! u 1I."Ev..rgu/l.'Keys.IK'I1"
l became encrusted with In which they can live. Evening young tailor who wanted td mike .1ilhem. of .
rust (Stuart's iron-laden port ; **
1 accomplishes this feat water supply In this connection!, Arthur Dehon of Theodorfe D* hon Annapolis, despite lack of formal education. He i got in km valleys flag, tvergUe It I Is transversely dissected! by
quickly in spite of leading out from the !'
anything UwM
anybody can do), pretty Boon the well-intending folk & Son, who has launched a plan to build 25 new houses in trouble with the "exec" and was assigned to the dirtiest marl prairie between the Everglades .basin into tie, ,
turned off the water because used Nippersirtk Estates between the high school and St. Lucie job on earth,the cleaning of a,,Naval 1 latrine Elevatkms rklge a re fringed with mangles
nobody the
i fountain Estates hundred He did that job well "thai unspeakably generally.range from 9 la 14 feet above sea level Mriithe
deserves men.
credit so
for realistic action -
anyway: or even noticed it and after it toward helping! i limesttieq I It .*.
swiped by one or two careening, automobiles had! the beeh fountain side- td solve Stuart housing problem. detachable! Job ;....; thaUhe inspecting\ i Admiral give him mAterluls, collect fn the and varUsly) pocked and pitied *< thai '

Wrfs carried off to the junk heap. There Is no question: but that Stuart could use :200 new I an "A" and he got to Annapolis, and Is k Commander in tint Rock Ridge the oolite cuvtllei. Over shell nl Slid wrtham port-,
homes vitally heeds them hot to fulfill the Navy today. overlain )hy a thin mantle of .and w 1
e e only the demand marl, in some. seat :ilt tl,. ;';'u.iiu: w .-i..:: :.-1 1 i.n .
Next week thi telephone l company will before DU61110 10 nap sans! community grow in Keeping with IM \ '
appeal IIl'V\lnlHI Ifl the 14A 6.vi'Th; ;dash F ; ; M'501;
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i Ii eerihowa
the powers-that-be in Tallahassee to ask growing debt responsibility. THE WORLD hungry! for men) who will produce and be pine
increase in their rates The boost sought Is approval very small.of an It It is not entirely accurate to say that the new homes "A's" In business In social fields, tn writing/ fields Ih' 101"n. I14w..lmeto.* serene' are the.domillalit' types of native! ,
will not help the tax situation because of homestead every field even ordinary living.. i,
Ihould .be; granted without equivocation' or delay. The ex This' toil'* Is alkaline
Florida:Railroad Commission Is made of three intelligent rmpt\on.\ :Every new home which is built creates 'addi 0 and available ((1 pH 7.5-11.2)) IItId,MWpnt In organic: iWJ
men who know today' condition up for What they value bn adjacent vacant property" New Hbme! "A 11 j WHAT die.. use' Live, drink ,and be merry,for mate! plant nutrient, but Is generally well drained and l
( and will give the action. are, construction increases all adjacent valuation",. \{ tomorrow we cynics have aald since the! first excuse ivera el very. productive when properly lertilized. The annual l "rfl'!
I t phone company :some home adds Its portion to the important utility halt-4b for a man Appeared( on earth., By their,: millions! men\ have (pprriimately 60 inches, th".rollrth.. of which may r Ian /

SOLUTION TO LAST WEEK'S BRIDGE PROBLEM is one step further forward toward the day when we will live and died in the Ihconspicuity of the& niatt .. bill the\ essential May to Srpten11'lot' ""'Ing extended dronghthy periods, irrII|! t Mil |
have beautiful parka, recreation spots and playgrounds. and deeds of those who tried for an A" their most fa crops. and, during lll'l\(1ed\ alnyareas \lye
. The key to the puzzle lies In'the discard from North Too, if Stuart is ever to have funds with which to re- prose and poem and works of art, live on. Those who try with may become (noDded for several days at 'a' time. I"coE1110d sts I
en the-first lead. When the King of clubs is lead North pave streets and build new ones., wldeh the Old Dixie as a whether they make It 1 or not, share a companionship with sufficient frequency 10 make the! growing,of atrfcay tropical'
discard the seven of diamonds and South takes the trick, municipal project, rlear Blum and chip In ltd sharb! toward thfe creatite spirit which Is riot evtn! suspected by those ol bnpoMible the without furnishing frost protection. Cenentlly the
sort !rhe ace South leads a heart which Is overtaken in bridges to the ocean, the, only possible hope Is through who are satisfied. For the only JI things. created in this than MiamI Ridge closer to the sea'are' less subject to killing I
j tb iISSatny. .North: 'leads two of spades which Is trumped physical'growth' world since the original' creation are made by them. They those farther Inland Hurricanes and occasionally' aserious
b.ySmrjh: >n SoBth' heart which Is overtaken by Arthur Demon's' example demonstrates faith and cbh'Identfe a small companionship with a principle so far abqve I damlge to "trees particularly to those plan close 10 lhort
the dunUny. (forth the queen of spades which .etramped : in the community. More power to him,. and may the ikea and dislikes of men that it matters nbt *ho care .red, Tht modern melhod bf preparing thla "III foe planting)Ja
_by. Setth.| South lea iii 'another heart:! which U other! have like confidence. tfhether you Wake an "A". All that matters la that too scarily the land with poWdo .
11' overtaken in the dummy. North leads the Ace of hearts Not only is this true in the home field I but> also in' till' but whoa\ the !reM are to to Ii Jt\d\ ma1i1ch 5111tJ

Vftifch picks ua the last heart in West's hand, but South discards resort field. There Is not a major house, hotel or other *-I. h tJ Hlcent yean, dynamiting" II being I ,
i on this the tea of .diamonds North leads the ace resort,enterprise In Stuart less than 20 years old.,. .Thl* scarifying In residential lectfonit sands, iIIhdy shad... India ana
of spade; awidiacirtls.tn. lone of diamonds. This leaves, winter we turned risky hundreds and.hondreds1 bt 'ebpktwho Zlw6of i it no iatk thing .* a littl*' .liTho mucks are ae19d 10 fill( or lop dress the. rocky wills.. III order to est
the lead.. In\ NbrUi. and. 'all. the. diamonds In that hand are wanttu L 4>end i a people it nd! Wre d.tTmit.U M 1 ir If lawns. shrubs and trees. t ...
cdcd.) nand,i and the surety that people) will come td'Florida cumber iha.thf.. fre.tnet, ol 4 snap 1 if dtWHMW by II any deed and' were majio' tit Add d m': t pJll t '

It A. 1rf. Just aa iur ,aa.winter comes to the North every-year! : ,; it hit-height.. ] IOIIIe mattW'l, b 'atao. } tru

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and Happenings of the t WEEK IN STUART News MRS.Items MARY for thti HARTMAN paper muni ,reach Society the Editor newspaper : =] ',11 {}

IOCIAL, rr Horn Telephone office before 35-W noon on Wednesday Office Phone 300 ll 1 IY;II

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SS8KJMSS3 ? 1 i AT Mas. HlPSON HOSTESS Brown, Mrs. Ted Chambers, Mrs. Florida Orange Girl! j HOSPITAL AUXILIARY R. H. Rollins, supt. of ,public asosclatloned with hla-fiCne'r In I' t ,
DESSERTBRIDGEMrs. A. H. Chappelka Mn.1.R.Pome- MEETS MONDAY Instruction,' Miss Lillian Hansen? the citrus business, I Ifc J :
.ore.. uniiiath\ chuholm thlsholmIR andaughtee I H. a ffipson entertained roy, Mrs. Archie Kldd Mrs. Don The Womans auxiliary of the bookkeeper and Mrs. Lou Hill!
Miss Betty, i.a dessert bridge party last Inner, and Mrs: William King. Martin county hospital will meetat Foster, county school supervisor, H
attend the at her High score went to !ace Add mesa I
Monday 111.,11to Saturday home on River- prize Mrs. at thenurses' //It I
| 7:30 m. Monday
Ashley, second, Mrs. : p. spent three days this week!! In of Swrs.cb \
re.taur&nnvennon: View !Road. Her guests were Miss Menntnger, I / rot ar + da
,tlonal home.-Discussion ot the
I I' Gainesville In a superintendents'Conference '
Chappelka and fourth 1 era, ladtpeattoa; !
Chicago next Weft They first, Ida Albracht Mrs. Conrad Albrecht Miss Albracht current membership drive will called to study .budget Bloating, earibur., Relchiag.' 'j
?mt to Detroit to attend the Mrs. Edwin Mennlnger feature the business session. and salary schedules. 'J
metal of an uncle of Miss Betty' Mrs. L. K. Ashley Mrs. Lee Ter- FRIENDSHIP .'- Hass., hve sample.1 UDGA I '
nd on the return trip will visitchUholm'i !I' reD Mrs. Edwin' Pollock, Mrs TO ELECT MARCH CLASS 15 Mrs. James B. Bratten has Mrs. Joseph Taylor returnedto i and a io stint psmphlelS -$ : :
!I. daughter. Mra.alien Joyce Davis, Mrs. Robert Krai- Election of officers! "Of the Joined Mr. Bratten at the Stuart her home In Hartford, Conn., ART UG CORIirllhl'IIlI ':
Heifrtch.\ and her hu'- key, Mrs. R. M. Smaller; Mrs. Friendship Class of the, Baptist Hotel for her second visit of the lost week and Mr. Taylor will
nil I in St. Louis. Eddie Lee Smith; Mrs. Arthur Sunday school will be held at winter. The Brattens who own remain for two months ,longer
-"Y- me monthly supper meeting property In St. Lucie Estates at the Stuart Hotel. I I
IIANi FAINTED AOVERTISIM0 Tuesday, March 25 at the homeof will 'return to their home In -u III II/PC/
Mrs. Harvey Homlar on Man- Cincinnati. In April Mr. and Mrs. Jock K Vickers I : }
atee Bay at Salerno. Mrs. Hom- 0 of Sebastian' were Sunday guestsof
lar Is chairman of the nominatIng 'Mrs. Oeorge Ross of Newton her mother, Mrs. Ralph Dan-: THURS. & FRI i i f
committee, assisted by Mrs. Center, Mass Is the house t'
Earl Tillman and Mrs. Jack stu- Mr. and Mrs. R. M.,Smalley, couple had just completed a two- J /
art. Members are reminded that having arrived Saturday\ week wedding tour of the slate.: 1eSolt"a 't 1
the regular meeting day Friday, r They'will make their home In I J : : 'J s..j
Mrs. L. C. Klckllter new Sebastian where' Mr. Vickers IsIvtmhiflf i .jy
has been changed for the March presi- iI
0 O1D DlIE4il-WAY meeting. It Is the last meeting dent of the P.E.O. and Mrs. Earl I ZJI
Mri. Marvin Rowell will attend v Rlcou retiring president joineda i'' / (i ,.
13oxs before going to Tallahassee April party from Fort Pierce Saturday 4 of Trig NOrini I )
501 1 to be with her husband duringthe to go to Belle Glade for an tINCIft THtMIOHT (
2-month legislative session organization meeting of a P.G.O. CtUI I .ft'
JO ANNE BLACKSTONE! !: chapter there. EYEIIKN I, I
Anne 'Blaclutone celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Carrol -Duns- N tl tlr
COMMERCIAL /nd AERIAL her Ith birthday Saturdaywith w px til combe were'' dinner guests, of 1r IDMupIN '; !I
a party at the home of her Recreation.Director and Mrs. UKKIUIJSAT. IHI
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank James H.Smith Monday evening r '
vPHOfOS Blackstone,at Palm City.Games, in Fort Pierce' at the recreation \ j
ice cream and cake featured the center The program of the eve- Rub N KBALM 1.i iIRUCE8ENh
ning was motion picture shorts
afternoon. Guests were Donna
\Aui Thompson, Joyce Crews, Shirley of the! World series-as part of a PENETRATING I I I-1I 1I 1-!
-il ilLakeland. ., .
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED Goodman Frances Mosley, Mar- baseball training series In St. duster e.o.io.n.L.d
lyn Glass, Gene Daniels, Johnny Lucie county. ParLSTIMULATING
Nixon James Burnside and -. 9/
TROPIC 010 SHOP Butch Blackstone. The hostesswas Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Men- .e.loa .,in rPnn.l.o. jf jfJ'
assistedby Mrs. Earl Dan- finger' jr. and baby daughter beyeak ,
Krueger Bldf. / RStf To Western Union iels and Mrs., O'Conner. Flit.-Appcarlng currently 1 advertisement' for tin Eastman Cheryl of New Bedford, Mass. ua ,1. cur I ;5 5RAOVt
In many national magaiinetli Kodak Company. Publicity r.preMntaUves and Mrs. Mennlnger's mother Si
BARBARA STEWART a full.page eolor photo (similar! of the Florida Citrus Mrs. Lela Ludwig, of St. Joseph' WHEN .Po,., ub O gars.oh work N..ab&o,n.nay.p..b..d. ap.ol I j jI
13 HONORED to the one shown above) of Sammie Mo. arrived FrIday The Men- .. F,.b wrl blood, l.:
Miss Barbara Stewart was the Stiller, 14-year-old Winter Haven Commission arranged the picture nlngers will\ make their home d.ush. .n. conaewd na..da.a.ma.._ a.o.ew.d, bl. ., SUra and MOri I J, ,
IT IS.ECONOWY 'TO REPAIR YOUR bonoree at a birthday celebra- high school sophomore!, surroundedby I which Is Ulng.circulated widely here at the Atlantic Court. Mrs. aaad .by .'... .tonne r f....... .. March 22, 3 and 24 J :
tion las( week at the home of golden Florida oranges la an without cost to Florida growers.BIRTHDAY Ludwig returned to her home : :emS.;/ ::?271d/ 7' ::; I k' tr l
NOME tier Mr. and Mrs. A. .. Sunday. Edwin. jr. has joinedthe a. tar '
parents N. .
-:- ------- ...... .,a -,. Cod. b,. n chew THE MUSICTHE MA IC d i'
Scoutln on Oeceola ave. High- staff or the Stuart News. He .r.m dye mid. nn tlint bonuy.nsnon : '
of the EASTER TEABAZAARSET PARTY was formerly Sunday editor of oa :. i.:wad-bur. t 1st.N.u..a THETIfESOF
lghu: evening were a .. ........ l
SEatUS FOHTALL I FOR MARCH 17 HR HARRY CLEGG the New Bedford Standard- r and nit.h. AMERICA'S fcREATf ST. 1
weiner roast and dancing. Guests ... t,.. So .oohns .. .. a. N..d. ,
.. ... ....
Times. to Vtkwi TftmwlcMM .nc rt ENTER INER
were Anne PIttman, Sara Roth, The Presbyterian\ Womens'as- Master Harry Clegg entertain- "
REPAIR amTOUILDING NEEDS Orayce Pomeroy Lurllne Greene soclatlon will, entertain at thWoman's s I ed his little friends at his fifth lod. nMf.p..,.ho..eorulst nib.with. NranlIdiud. .d...n scale..ha. d.r eIr. ,1.1. ,\ I
Sara Roberts Sue Leek. Sally club from 1 to 5 p, m, birthday Saturday'afternoon at Word has been received hereof "=-b..er : reel :::: ;.Ir:: d TECH OtOR 1 1k
the birth of to Mr. and tie 7si a i euoi.e 1 1S
OUR AIMir TO PLEASECasa and Bryan Scoutln, Burr Curtlas a son At 4-an.r.. 5:$ bt '
Thursday, March 27. with an the home of his uncle and aunt, Mrs. Jack Kelley in Springfield,
Dick Roberts, Lamar Howard, C.H. Easter tea and bazaar.The public Mr, and Mrs. James,Merriman. Mass. The Kelleys' are winter redo N lIt.j lIt.j
[ Hardwlck Roger Ross Bert lie \Is Invited Present were Valerie Rams Bob- residents of. the Stuart Hotel NEUR BAlM ;:: "
Elements, Harris Wall. Teddy by Graham, Florence Meggett Mr. Kelley Is still here' and Mrs. r
Co.1a Bishop Charles Hall and Duane VADA WAlDON CIRCLE Joe Cuthbert Ronnie Outcalt Kelley returned to Springfieldtwo =, -WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN I,
er Madlera., Mrs. Andrew O. Plttman entertained -, Sheila Boyle Gail Merriman, weeks ago. ,. tea..a.i oresTUES. t
the Vada Waldon circle .,, and Harriet Merrlman. The I It//'.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rlcou flew the children and ate
of Baptist Mission played games ,
Still Iti Best ToVupp'r You
D/nf to Miami for the day Tuesdayand society: Tuesday afternoon a t, Ice cream and cake. Master Clegg .
PHONE 66 were visitors In West Palm,her home on California ave, Is a visitor from Washington I \\1;
Beach Wednesday. 1 Mrs. Charles McLane was l In I D. C.. spending the winter with EXCLUSIVE AGE J !. : ;
.. I I charge of the program and con his aunt and friends 1 .'
ducted the devotional serviceOthet4"preaent FOR
.. D., M 25.26 t tII
I Klckllter Mrs. Alice Bentel Mrs, TO FEATURE SERVICE
I ; A. B. Blair. and Mrs. Hastings Rev. W. O. Aldrldge pastor CENT Y/ OATS Ii Iito
Munch. of the Methodist church will IiI
show colored slides of"Jerusalem, ; DMOTHYLAMOUR I
MRS. IIEYBOER IS HOSTESS Ancient and Modern" and tell
WATER HEATERS; I TO SARA HICKS CIRCLE the story of the cultural and re- fRAY MILLA ,
I Mrs. Bill Heyboer was hostesi: tlglous background of the Holy; a. II .1.1I .lr
to the Sara Hicks circle of the, City as gleaned by him during RICHARDS/ CRUISERSSTUART I : :
I Baptist Missionary society Tues- his travels In the East. "A firsthand d I IJ
IN STOCK day afternoon at her home 1 In understanding of the region I
Golden Gate. Mr*. Wilson pre, from ancient to modern 1 .
sided over a short business see, days Is necessary for an Intelligent I :r '
slon after which Mrs. R. T. Jack- consideration of the Zlon 33 i Stua\t Box 96 / :' !ra!'d 'I
SMITH A Y GLASS LINED son conducted the study course |Jut and Arab situation as It ex- j
of "Crlstls Emptor.1 Others present -,,1st. today", he said. 'f I {
were Mrs. Phil Maxwell, I.
Mrs.'J. P..BIakeslee, Mrs. Robert, Mr. and Mrs. John H. O'Neill
Baker, Mrs. C. Anthony Jr.,, arrived Sunday from Falls
WESTINGHOUSE and HOTPOINT Mr: Henry Crews.Mrs, Q. C, Church Va. to make their future OOORSCPEN2'ASPM.
'I Crews and Gertrude Bel;ce. home here. Mrs O'Neill Is a sister LYRIC III :I %
of Donald Van de Water and
TWO EVENTS TONIGHTFOR they are guests at the Van de
OPACITY STUART TOURISTS Water;home, at Tropical Farms 1 j1
30 50 80 GALUONS The Stuart Tourist club will until they can build a home. Mr. THURSDAY, MARCH 27th ri p ''r
meet for. the monthly covered O'Neill Is a''retired consulting ONE DAY ONLY (I 1< 'II
dish supper at the civic center engineer. '
tonight and attendants and all e 'ti'tiis. Id
ALSO 7& GALLONS MClNLESS STEEL other tourists of Martin county Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Seggern ON THE S TAOE I Ii ,

are'Invited to the Presbyterianparty of Miami Beach spent several 7 and 9 P. M ; ,
for tourists at the Woman's days In Stuart this week: attend- r-
club at 8 p. m ing to, their property Interests FORMERLY WITH WS !I11';II I,
The, church affair Is In appreciation on the north fork. ,
Il I f
FOR IMMEDIA. of the cooperation of: /
the! winter visitors during the Mr. and Mrs. L."o. Roberts of
season and a special program Augusta,Maine are new residents .
Including movies' has been arranged of Stuart and are making their C "" j !
by the pastor the Rev. home at the Shadowlawn apart. IN I t'" \
A. C. Carrlel.! ments. They were called l, here recently l'h e, I.
by the Illness and death '
WELFAREWORKERREPORTS of Mr. Roberta' father and de- 'it \ ''J ;
FOR FEBRUARY cided to remain with his mother. I ,
Mrs. C. L. Mooney of Salerno, He has been employed by a paint BL ;
county welfare worker, reportedto contractor In Fort Fierce and e / I
the county commissioners on she has accepted a position as L I I xte'11dbiA4 ,
EL February activities. During the assistant bookkeeper at the Stuart Amen GrileafeS .. ,
month she made 70 visits on behalf News. /
of patients; 48 office visits; r- eMt. C dwQl/h77n I.of
POST OFFICE: ARCADE PHONE 13 conducted six conferences with and Mrs. R. W. Hartman v
.. .. doctors: conveyed alx patients entertained at dinner Friday _
...., to doctors and two to the hos evening Col. A. C.Vorls his daughter ('IISON \ i,0, 4 xITH

_pital. Mrs. Rupert Graves, and
her little daughter, Lannle
e v_
Dr.,and Mrs. Charles B. Win 111$ ,,1 slT
gerd were visitors In Stuart last NES 5E MOU y .
STOP 4-1 veekj the house guests of Miss tillir .LL rW
Cornelia 8.Adams and dinner HfA ING A N I ;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamC.

fr- LOOK AT.YOUR C LlSTElTfo THE'MOTOR. ARE YOU I Wlngerd. Noe of Is 701 former W. Sixth pastor St.of the Dr. 4 IIHourotfwr4oliC vsk 'JCony ." f'' '

SATISFIED? IF YOU IE NpWfTDON'T'CUSS, CALL US. WE First Presbyterian church: here, -OM THE SCREC --

WILL RECONDlTIOr JUR CAR INSIDE AND OUT AT A and the with winter Mrs. Wlngerd In lake\ Worth.spending A-SINGING A-SWINCINC uS

NOMINAL COST. E; IN TODAY. During February, March and IN THE S i ;
\ April he 1 Lt guest preacher In the AN wc.yPN
Bethany Presbyterian-church of lox
M&TQR CO. Fort Lauderdale. Full Colpr.
IN ,
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Mrs: W. and Mrs.
North I F4Wat .Uitbw.y PhoiM 291 Dan McKinley of Klttannlng Pa. ROMANCE OF THE WEST'
are guest at the Stuart Hotel.1 .

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j rAJ1: TWELVE TIlE STUART. NEWS, STUART, Martin' Count. Florida, TIIVRSDU'. MARCH, 1947 -

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i. Wm D. Maine
II, "I R. R. COMMISSION series of recommendations by Ion, rate division and telephone 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII''' ''' '''' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllll'lllllllll'' ''l BUILDING PERMITS I Chat Rotten r. Wu1 Pearc ui- > J W.D.-ni odD hone '

i IS REORGANIZED lita newest member, Wilbur C. and telegraph division In ad- : Mar. 12 Mr. Elaine Masts: MtE.LPahoC.\ .t9j| wife to.e./ hn, A. BnS
1' to
King of Zolfo Springs, dition, Petteway will be responsible Notes of Interest To VeteransBy Alterations and Concrete repairs floor present 36 Mtg.-Frank James Dunn to and w JAtty
building '
Under General to the) Commission for I Oath-Lewis Marsh .
"i Tallahassee -* Ccmplete re* Petteway u Bessemer Properties Fran
I : \, organization ot' the Florida Rail- I Counsel and Executive Directorwill carrying out IU, general policies -, Joseph E. Gum V. A, Contact Officer x It to be used as a laundry.APPLICATION ': |WD.-Glade Farms Inc. to Rafael els to The Public.
| road Commission with Lewis W. come the active management II /t t Stuart Court House Wet Palm Beach IIoRJq.iaitcr MARRIAGE ArrIeta. I'w j),&F1a. State FInance Co. b
Petteway Its attorney, named :, of the motor vehicle department -, The Commission will be In 9 to 1J Monday. 71J Comcau; Building fOR Q.C.- Farms Inc. to Ra- ,Dixie Land Inc
executive director was voted by i r with Its fifteen Inspectors session at Tallahassee one week i III II 1 1111/ 111'11I 111I 111111111I 11I1111I 11I1I1t1l1l1ll 11111111 llllllllllll lllllllllllllll.llllllll 1 1 'Henderson and OliveHill. lades Mtj,.-Dixie Land Inc. to Hi

:. f I the Commission In adopting. ... .a...' .. the .accounting. .. dlvls- of each month hereafter, the I 1 James Sat Mtg-4J 8. of A. to Glades State Finance CoAst .
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..;;; -_-.-_ remaining lime being devoted to i For the next several months, any premiums exdept; the first, I I Farms. *. Mtg=Glades Farm kC
':i hearings over the tate and In veterans have a chance to r lnrtate -| during which time the lnsur-i i Arrieta to Glades s. of A. ,
i MARTIN COUNTY Washington Four branch offices their National Service Life knee remains I In force, | INSTRUMENTS FILED FOR I Mtg.-Rafael I WJJ. --- Amsterdam Dev, r,
will be set up principal citiesof Insurance policies without a physical \ -I j Q. Do I have to make a per-1. RECORD WJD. Farms Amsterdam Dev Co to, Otto Kubln n
DRILLERS the state to Improve, serviceto examination 1 sonal visit to a VA contact rrpretentative ;'Sat' Mtg.-Farmers, Home Administration ------r--- .- -'- -
: ; WELl the public and the carrier i Veterans Administration con to get my NSLI policy i : to Fox BrowniBpe.
t tact representatives get many relnsteated? j f WD._Dave Turner and
< All Tyhs& of Pumping \'''questions about NSLJL Here area I A. No. A reinstatement for mlI wife to Wilson McClure. I idle
few which have come In recently Disc. Daniel McClure. Your ,
I Army -
PMENT HomeDemonstration may obtained I by writing dlI money
d NE E :, I I ybeto the Insurance Servl-M. H Rowell .to J, D
f arles Irayes &Sack GJpson I Q J''was"'Inuucled Into the i I Veterans Administration. Branch'II ,Parker 1 IW.1
w Army in 1942 and served for a Office S, Atlanta S. Georgia | >.Blanche Van Every Qieer,
; -18 E Fourth St f X Carafe Apt I .tirilod of only I three weeks AmI .Veterans wishing, further ln-| to.Chan, D. GertermulhW Can ear

"t Just j Weft of Dr, Parker's Office Notes entitled I to apply for National formation about veterans' bcne-1 .0.-Fannie N. Hull, to Chas
Service Life Insurance D. Ocrtermulh
I By blISS ILdi-E IVSCOE: i' fits may get a personal answer I J
,j A. IY>S. All former members W.D.--J. D Parker to M H''
.. ..,-- .. --- .- ,..--..."..--- ----.-, of the armed forces who have to their questions front Joseph I I I Rowell | 2% ,
'Ae..u-asap j I Miss Joyce Bevln. clnlhiiiRrpeclallst had active service between October E. dum: contact representative Sat. Mtg..-rL. C; Swain to Louis .
Beach Off
for die Florida hxtcnelon 8, 1940 and September 2, of the West Palm courthouse let I( Winnan' ; I
From where I sit Ay Joe Marsh Service: (fives us (the follow l)43!) are eligible to apply for who Is in Stuart at the )Eat Mtg.--Joe Frlcdlitlm to Hattie Per Awum*
.. ing information about fuhlhoiiB NbLI The only exception Is each Monday' from 10 a nt1 i iI Co I
; for 1947: when a person specifically Is I i to ,12 noon ,' I Mtg.-Woodlanp' Co. to Conn

: Plpibcforr; tlovi'rnhirnt restrictions ordered to active duty for 30 COMBAT '! Mutual Life Ins. Co. J I I 'tire Savings
on clothing designs c.cays or less as In the case of a W D.--Daniel W. Ross to H. '
were lifted dPulRilprs were showIng few Reserve Officers I VETS CAN ENLIST Saundcrs I A -ounts
4J.: \ Do Men Like, Women? ( us fashion pictures (that were Q. If t convert my National BEFORE MARCH. 31 I WD' ,.Homer Sellers to H. M. 'and Loan Insurance Coipora
\ qutliC different from those of Service Life Insurance do I have Saunders. | The federal Savi ,
the war period Now Unit thrICe unlimited choice as to naming I Lt James T. Pope. Command WD..-Homer sellers to Evelyn lion Insures! Individ accounts to $5000 Husband,
restrictions ion the amount of my beneficiary as I do on my Ing Officer of the U S. Army I H crane. 1 lW.D and wife may have al of 1 15,000, fully Instiled,
Maybe you read that recent ar A when he does no out for material that can |"A; Into a garments term Insurance? Recruiting Station at West Palm ,-P:J. Dillion to Anna Bird First Federal sa accounts lire legal investments
tleiiia e national'megssine.claim >rnoon of fishing down lit have been lifted our A Yes On any National Beach announced today that the and Isabelle Boyd' ) for Trust Funds, wll I as' Funds held by,Guardians,
Iniflhtt American men don't really F d's l Creek, or tot an evening Service Life Insurance \ Army will enlist partially disabled .
clothes do not have that you may W.D.-C. .E. Christensen to Mrs. Administrators E&cutors.
likeihe company of women. They .a 'beer at Andy Botkin'sjust "skimpy" look Instead, women'sand designate! any person or persons, combat wounded Veterans D. W. King.
put them up on a pedestal and rden ern, Jane Is almost al- children eolthes have soft firm, corporation or other legal in the grade held at discharge Chat. Mtg.-H. S. Savage Bank I Cal >r Write
leave them there ways with (except when she's flowing lines Introduced through entity, Including your estate, as If they enlist prior to March 31:1: I II of Pahokee I

But I..ouldn'hay that that gut a I spot of balttaffln the even). the use of peplums, tunics, bows, the principal beneficiary or I Men who have been combat Sat Judg.-Cl y of Stuart to Certain -
was From where I respect circular-cut gored skirts drap- beneficiaries under your policy. I wounded may be enlisted if they Lands. | REDERALSawigs
to ii\ our town. look the at any mar doctnt rule out everyday companlonshin -, ing, shirring and tucking. You may also name one or more pass medical requirements other SW.D..-Frank Novacasa to Joe FIR/
rled eouple-li1ca Cupppr
their combat disability
beneficiaries than specific
More cloth also is Into contingent I Galocy
and should going |
never I
Jane wouldn nag if Dee spent I i I and one of the I
Q. If I convert my National possess '
well AftL-J. R. to The Public and Association
They (to together-.-eswntial parts length as as width or sweep Pomeroy Span
"with the
evenings Service Life Insurance, does the military occupational specialties .
of our suits dresses and coals ,
actually\! Dee 1 likes noth nit be j 'r of a successful marriage We will have longer jackets and converted policy have a surrender which are open There are openings WD.-Oeo. P. Hlronimus to I of Indian fiver County
than to stay home by the j '. value? in more than 100 of these
/I It .
Walter Parhell.
skirt wel- C.
longer length a I II I FLORIDA
t sharing a glass of beer with Jane, !)e /, come trend. Suit skirts and A. Yes All converted policies MOSs Mlg -A. H Mounter to Citizens VERO BEACII,
.. playing Cribbage, or just talking! dresses will average\ two Inches have guaranteed cash values, I Lt, Pope further stated that Bank. I 1512 qth Street Dial 2137
longer paid-up Insurance and automatic I this fine opportunity is available W,D:-C. E. Christensen to W. '
extended Insurance values not because high ranking, H. Rice.QC.Harry R W Scdgwlck, S retary-Treasurer
r Cop)right. 1917, t rift; fan B.,.,,,,,. Foundation Irs Double wl h -wider bi'pasted lupus cutaway arid larger sly together with policy loan provisions : Army Officials feel sorry for disabled I F. Dyer to pirns,'E.I I briber Federal Home ran Bank and Federal
-- ------- but because
-- after the policy has been veterans, an
pockets are front styllngs for Christensen I Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
I In force Ofull! year.Q. intensive study had been made .
.> FOR our suits while swallow-tails\ How many days of grace 'i: rnd It was definitely proved that r Mtg.-W.tensen H. ,Rice to C. E. Chris- I Current dividend rate,
rippling peplums and.bustles do I have for payment ot premiums the special talents of these men '
''k are on the other side of the piCture could be utilized the W.P--: Amsterdam Dev Co> ..
J I on National Service Life In- I by Army -- l'a ;
I LISTENING e a a surance? Men who are accepted under the
In dresses the long torso silhouette A. A period of 31 days after provisions of War Department':
I with hip cuff or draped the due date Is allowed as a I Circular No 6, which: makes provision I e
material ending In side bows or grace period for the payment of for such enlistments, must brand y
back bustles Is the new look for I relinquish their pension claims "ew dreal i differs tit
Spring. Printed: silks and rayons \ for the period of enlistment but wife-saver l. ann
Y's will be outstanding: at Easter medium size "faceframing"shapes r ere assured that their claim will:
: Color is I more Important than I
Flower and bows on automatically be paid again at.
before Instead of finding pure hats will\ contribute to the long I the termination of their serviceLt :
OF hues we will have manic hues silhouette for which most wo- Pope urged that all men''
HOU blended to give oft reds, blues
men will strive In this category contact the local
and greens, Pastels are very There wilt be plenty of new U 8 Army Recruiting Station I
good Navy comes ahead ot black Styles lines and designs for all located In the Comeau BuildingIn twr
tot Spring again. Drowns are figure types We will be able to West Palm Beach for complete ; ss -
-.. very Rood from the very light place emphasis at the right I Information at once, In orderthat 1
tans to the deep rjf-h shades place be It the neckline waistline they take full advant'1;
Grays continue to be good. rang. or hlpllne In choosing new, age of l laJI before. the i
Ing from pale to dark values Spring clothes, avoid buying extreme -: March 31 deadlineKIWANIANS ,
With the grays, one may use \
bright colors or varying shades high styles that next year New tricks with ga your favorite cooking Glorious eooklnf results which mad colonial
F1, aid ku famouj ALL Jtuu. ORCHESTRA In tones of date the outfit regardless of SEE fuel'Or cook the coavnuionoj way with the May Dutch Ovens famous are yours.,,automatically
f : gray. prick paid for H Buy wisely eco- FISHING MOVIES tag Dutch Oven Gu Banes,
? CBS-SUNDAXS AT 4:30 P.M. ::::;: Green Is always a good basic nomically and tastefully i ?,with Maytaf'i new gas renn.

color for Spring and Summer I Shop around for clothes. Most Lary Shoemaker of Lakewood
notiM NVMJ// ClT1i m This dark year greens pastels will be medium good. and'' of the time we are too willing topay Ohio entertained I Stuart Klwanlans -I It's Here! Sie It Today!
... I prices asked Instead of wait- Friday with colored move
.. Hats for Spring range from Ing a while longer to find the: ing pictures of black bass Il8hI I

.. _. small "head-hugging".. types to I II things we need at lower costs I Ing in Canadian waters, I
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Notice to TaxpayersCity I

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Applications fol homestead exerrdflion.

Applications fo\ widow's aid/disability ex


t w Returns of tangible* personal foperly.
i fiu..aa -liayt'twn'
i Returns of intangibV- persona roperty.

Filing of applications or Hojkeitead Exemptionin
his office will alsoXconstAte application for
I exemption from Mum&>al Mix and his office
I! I A frarerrIf will attend to ,the subm aslojf of all applications
} C.eaeea!Moisestb the
to ) Municipal Asaeisoi

t Separate application for< idow'a) and Disability

Exemptions must be filed i th his office and aso,
Thetis a purpose ck of Pontiac with your City Assessor,,

Tangible Personal )? pe Return must bee ...ry
4 Zen filed both at the city hand wit city tax aaaeaaorounty
you buy I Fbntiac you get s car that is Can service-and to law a long, long time. at the) court house >j/th th| tax assessor, I
deliberate' designed and built to give you a InMhi<%, Pontiac is designed to give completeS or a 10 per cent penal will added to your as*
certain type of valuefast sfackoa-*t extremely hu rear, seument This is m aAordancl with the tax las I

( of all, it it designed to give you flu pcfQrmance is Is aystrue of Pontiac So regardless of adopted at the 1941 si sum of tl Legislature, Personal -

-performance( that willive, you a en yo expect to get your next car-makes property consisja of house Id goods, stocks
thrill every time you take the wheel, .This applies PontiV. It s a wonderful value, of merchandise; hoofs b airplane power mowers, ,
t i5 the engine, to the cars roominess and .' In fact all types of Jangibl* per al, properly. t'k
comfort, to its roadability and handling ease,
II SOOtFR YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER Intangible) Pervf al Property turns must be
Yet-Pontisc 'i 1n also designed to give you for t ttif!\rice, the earlier you mil get ll SoI filed only with tb County Tax A ssor. -
ftonomy-to operate inexpensively-to be paceyear "if' sew Jer Julurt Jflittry'

: *. run* A HINNY j, TAn aw nor Hrin w. ly We urge your operation by'at tiding to your
Tax matter bef< i the deadline. Rfcnember, April

.*. And here's what's back If PONTIAC'S a l ro value r let is the last on which to fit so please file kUtetni, reeler. Cooke while.. yeeYe. .
early and avoi the; which U I awgl DutchOvea
; delay mlways experienced eon- SS5SE
q{ ZuMnr_ttiuitxtl Silver Streak Styling a New Flow LvSrlcationV' Permanent, Highly Efficient during a last week m SpSS trot "dial outomakall" 1&SaX&>
v' massive front tad design Oil Cleaner. \ bturvis on coo yet r ?! f1"' "> .l wUhllJ'1 chrome acids hit( lsit
-'cOMPOir...Bii, roomy Body by Fisher o "Famous tcoxcar-Scotch.%>'se Quick Wsrm-t'p Mini- 'ei TAXES DE INQUENT AFTER M1RCM 31st klniCJ Ji? ? !H''" 1 'hwi' veil .Trlpl-Cu>bK>Mxl Rid a Mora ri ... low old a Caiclectoe IVacuumsiic Spark Control (r UM elously d SilJ'JfS'11'' "< Se top can be
i i ..lion Shock.Proof K.AC/ion. a Fisher N... Weather Eagineuenrjeraiure Control, PaNow- and Avoid Penalt| a.e puddinn. T'wiped eparklmg while
.. Draft Venillstioe I Remarkable. Handling Eair! Iwrnr-Multi I Senate Brakes a Uolsteel .
-useaiASarn.jAiooth, powerful L-Had six of Body 1 i Tr Arc Safes Steering Doors hinged al
1 :eight cylinder engines a Fall-Pr...... Metered. (root t Clew Vision .\li Test Safely Plate Claas. L. B. EURIT BESS HARDWARE CO.

LWILEY g : : MOTOR" CO.. City: Tax Ass' sQr PHONES'38"ind' 2141'r' STUART. FLA'.04

J PI arth Federal.. .Highway \.Stuart< ,.Florida Fell r .'I4STEN IN DMLY WIRA 8843.P. M. EXCEPT SUNY, ,' .

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THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida /*'"
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VIEWS ON NEWS F.E.C. CUT-OFF band, t to make their future home I''ed-. for Miss Clark Methodist School of Muwlnt. fl, fj)!

CEiNTRAl/MARKET I BETWEEN LAKE OKEECHOBEE; AND ,FORT PIERCE I 86 8 6 ARE SEEKING in Stuart Mr. O'Nt'lIll11 retiring';'la a registered nurse She U a claw of 1943. Her parents' are I t ,II ,

from a career as consulting engineer graduate ot the Greenwich Hospital -' winter residents of Jupiter app. j .n
I'WORK IN! AREA in Falls Church, Va and'' ot Nursing and arflllated a vacation withthem ended In t '
EAT I they plan to build here. AI- I' at Yale and Johns Hopkins. She her entering the professional;_ ; : i i
I though Mrs O'Nelirj career baa ]la now a staff nurse at the local field in Stuart '
PRODUCE a\4 GROCERIES t been centered around a ton. ,J ,
hospital and lives at the nurses'home :.. II t :
60 Are Vrtitt<< ;Do You Have Hugh who Is attending Norton _ri.'D 1, t" \ "
Art school In West Palm Beach, \ '
/ VICE A Job In These Classifications : t'
I and 'two daughters who arc continuing an 5 T 0 ART t I
. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED their education In the I Army nurse who hat returned CITY eMISSION i iReg '
from K months In the Philippines 1 f
I Jobs are being: sought throughthe north, she recalls an Interesting 1
\ hu also been '
added to
Akron Joe Brook << Meetings
and I took'
lad professional career which
Florid Stale !Employment!: ( i the hospital staff, Mia Kenyon: .; '1(

--- -- ---. 'Service office by SO applicant heir to England the two for wan.eight As yeanbetween a b a graduate of thelndianapolli .e/./. \ .. fj' f\\ \
of whom 60 arc veterans and 18 and 4thRDNL .- \ i
physical therapist she was closely ( '
are women, Horace B. Jones, associated with the early research DAYS i I\ii-}\}
FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS Manager of the district officeat work In (yt nd&. I Stuart Cil tall t.. ': ,
Fort Pierce said today. TWO NEWCOMERS on the West rajp BeaN Fla. STEEL
BOUQUETS CORSAGES/ ,.. CUT FLOWERS Employers were \Urged to list Profmsiunal Women's Front In and .y sXSH. :..:= ,rt
their Job openings with .the Employment Stuart are Miss Norma Peabodjr 7Z3. iffone 6934 Man -..suoII! Public Always Welcome
FLORAULVRRAJTCEMENTS service tor the tiiiul! and !Miss. Lucille Clark, .who J I ; to-
and\MflDRTED CERAMICS purpose of filling their own needs arrived this Mason from Greenwich ""' .. :
DOMESTIC --- -- :
Conn. !Mixs Peabody Is
and helping to maintain the economy Ij'
of the employed' aa medical assistant II
community '
SMITH'S FLQ&t & GIFT SHOP I Job applicant:! Include professional to Dr. K. Wlnll.ld Nry.: She Is I n.
a graduate of the Paine Hall
and .
WE VlRt F\OWERS managerial three,
clerical and sales 10, service 13. School .( Ne, York ('ily. Betwrrn -
Arcade Bldg, 5th SC, Ft. Pier\; Phon.3lo..JBARGAINS Sturdy pile Ircntlcs with steel caps and stringers !carry the new !'skilled ID, seml-Bkllkd 19 unskilled positions In the laboratory ''I 1 1I
line over creeks and drainage eanab.. 14, and agriculture two. the has. had flyers in thefield I
.- The most significant! number of of public relations, having, I
applicants by individual ocxupatlon been' .secretarial assistant of' 1 .'
are found 111 the Killed and Donald Darry: campaign man- .
seml-skllleil occupations. leer for Wilkle, and was also ;
'''An unemployed worker, Is an vllli/ the Faftrrft J Publicationsin I !tl ;,
economic I loss to the community Greenwich, for a time. But ::1
LARGE LOTS Wi CITY. since he cannot spout money fur here first love In the scientific ":
100 to. GO ft. w the things/! lie needs," Mr. Jones world' and the Ik happy In thel I i rr t
x> new clinical Mrvlce which Dr. eiVc / d iv
said. "In the same way an unfilled .1 i
ON GOOD HAR / RFACED ROAD job Is an economic loss to Ncy hay Inaugurated here. She I
L the community since It Is neither U making her home at the L. j \ ,
W. Barnes resident Seminole' 'E ''
paying wages to I a waiter nor on f ,
contributing to. the production avenue rArylr ., \ : \ 'I
0.10 (pf needed goods.\ Both losses MISS CLARK Is a girlhood "
may be prevented if unemployed chum of Miss Peabody and together w \ I
workers are quickly put In they were. lured to FlorIda I '
touch with unfilled jobi." I I by the warmth and sunshine)1 't I ,'
while their native' home. Greenwich -
Current lob opening totaling
-1 .. / three at the employment( ufftoij I was snowbound. Martin a .' It'w I I r% '
WE IIA\fE ALL l NDS OF show a need for service work ] county hospital offered the need- l --tea I
MARMALADES ers. ] ...v--! r'' i .t ;I
JELLY AND Unemployment compensation'

MANY NtW/flOVELTIES payments amounting to $81.51):;)' '
were made In Martin county to I REALESTATE I"" ., :
five Including two mm and j
For 25 montinuous milts the line run ai straight ai an arrow. three I ,
ills K
AVY EREEd's women during; wee I I
No matter what you t u.l th*s's ideally
I Only curvet are located near the Lake Okeechobee and Fort ending March 1. Thor
recipient: i : lulled to your ne d> and sons rsns rrt need l laru. or .
Fruit /and Pierce ends were classified' l as pnrtcssionaland I : mill.. CMC build. light, m um an hoary duty vehicles Ill l
Novelty Shop managerial one, clerical and from fast-moving, high /eight plcflkipi to rugged, .i.i"4 I :
sales two, skilled one unskilled I wheel I lypee. There are ninVenfine sloe\ ..ran gawlin. :
GARLAND EDENFIEM), Owner and two dieeeL And Ihtrfa an almost nlimited number I t
Corner 2nd St. -- At Federal 1 Highway one.Statewide' unemployment compensation + of equipment option *J varlationa to five you the' v' i,. I ,""I! ,
payments I during: the! asst kind of truck youjleed for your job\ fore you buy, 1, 1
."The Tru tt Value" .prodV t of the world's
week were $87,157, and '
.__ 'I'I f
h of tommer.V I vahiclva.weCMC. .
larieit onclualv* ma aeturor
made to 1.760 !
personsThese |
figures do not Include Invest r....r.yesoi Au,.. Cs.of s..to..a ,tobN aoiu j( .
allowances a s' J
ELECTRICAL paid to unemployed j I
veterans from federal funds
CONTRACTORS which are tabulated monthly on ,;:
HOUSE a statewide basis. At the last Sale and Listings rough- Wil y Motor o. '," '
\ out Martin
count 20.500 vctfians drew' a u y
APPLIV NCE R IRS total of $1,307,442 during Febru
North Federal Highway tuartt Fla, 1-4 ,
ary. w.
Free Pickupod Delivery Service Payments to non-vrtcraiis!.| t
r x throughout the state for the n'j "t I. : "
week reflected an Increase' over f vACU2

Christophe rBlectric Shop w .the 220.50 previous won paid.Compensation week. wheat' $",-1 PUC' E 161 l IAL! rH sRUCK ,_

of non-vHora Home Phone 15S-M 1 1f
US OiceoU St. Phones 117-182-M
I I3G.3 II
ti paid only to those who huvp'

earned credits In covered employment -,_- ---_-_ _-__-___'-.'_-_ __-'-_-_-_-'-._-u. __. -. _. I
who are registered a*l :
available for suitable \walk and!,,I, aye
who are unemployed through no
r fault of their own Veterans I ,;. ,
/ draw $20 a week, up to 52 weeks, ,I ,
wHiq' while unemployed and available\ 1 I ]I

H 1 ele hone Newly dumped $Florida lime-rock, used to ballast the new trackin for Employer work job orders obit applications i 'rJ J
: fur Job) .liut'ld' be,
r p I this photo resembles .now. made at the Florida Brute Employment : "J''I' /
---- ----"II'p Service office 121 : ;
South Second street ,'Ol t I'lertr, I I d !
& : Job orders will also be taken over o 'I.

ates' 'are Needed 1 M telephone_ __ I No. 800DOWN,. __ t O Q a ,u ;
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MATHER : 'ii

r a BEGINNING THIS WEE1C:I thf I 1 1 : ; 1 t t4' ''ll i

Stuart News will Introduce anew ,, Bargain r',

t department lot Women's ..
'. ;< Activities which will be my page., '

; .{f.. (;:; : Without a special editor to.dig !;' :
'. :': up the interesting Items of unusual I
Workmen spreading and tamping ballast on the new track. women the men are apt } il'
to steal the show. . ._ _: II/ 'II''
It Is
Laid with 90-pound rail, designed t* accommodate heavier II
types: of motive power at higher speeds than was possible over at the office recently: was Mm. !\

Hi r b r the old branch.. _. 1{ Leo M. Klnman,editor and pub I
---- ------- ------- 1 :j.j
lisher of Liberty Herald, a weekly
of 1 0 r
Shelbjrvllle Ind. With her i s' I ;
was her husband who la editor i Chairs ,With h0' g
and publisher of the Republican ,, y 1
a dally: of Shelbyville. 1 1 !
3 Miles South of Stuart i v' .u-
\ FctLftrfWay -True to the "ways of a maid j1 Matching ,
STEAK CHICKEN *d StJJOD DINNERS with a man" she beat the competition fd iE>e" ,,' } lI Ie 1 I
by marrying It. Mm.Klnman N a
PLATE LUNCHES ANOWICHES Is a niece of Henry P. ? I
Beer, Wine KuVSoft Drinks Stevenson who has a trove on -

"p"il' GAS OIL kUTO REPAIR the north fork, havinf come f .1 ; e
'Becau.se In in unt owe her from Chicago In.191S for :
., 'i *
hb health. 'o
Ope TA. M, to 3:00 A. M. r
service MRS.'JAMES H O'NEILL. sister We're again ovefctocMcd Platform Rockers and t
loltml f you JpT L. Dunning, OwWr' c-f Donald Van'de Water arrived I on ,,,::, .

it increasing faster than)the \nount taken 1 -_._- here mday,'with her hus_ I II Tiltback Rockers They're everywhere in our store .. ; hAND

in,A11 costs' of f providing'servfe have$oni tall..es ,- FOR A LlITED TIME HAVE GROUPED ," .

r up tremendously,, while{ you\rafes,i rkinerattj Palm Beach Directory THEM TO JELL. M'. ,

lower (ban 2Q ,1"11 >.J tlJ eieFoie 1"West WHEN IN WEST.PALM BEACH -, II

/ ;it his lJtomf'imperative; f or 10 ask .. THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE -3 e O 50-59.5ii ;

the florida Railroad CJpmmtssioH orII. ,* -in noons tBQBj sss'roasN. HAW HORf.00 :
l'1 rr

fane rates (bat witt; more:..,,;.1, meet I i- N OICE FABRICS .V ALL NEW MERCHANDISEMAtHER -,.,. .
j poor egg MetAI.H .
tbest higher,costs and! enable us to: *]'* .... or netairnCLaYATa No-. oru.ATtni1WATtar -

yuni the full usefulness. of"tttjeli. ,. .bont.,I .! __ mHU sM"OL-- ISO i
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II,i I ,PAGE POtHTEEl t""TTIr'W' nil: STUART: NEWS. STTART, Martin, County, FLORIDA, THITWDAT! MARCH !t, ,..,,
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1111 II" l \ selves Every such fire directly Hudson. "Collections this yearexceeded line with late developments In view. t the swelling Florida 1 trop

Fort Pierce, jlorida touches all of us. You can no last year's donations," the district, and give land owners -'Production of farm products parts state that gradlm'standardisation
Too LAte to more destroy the material that 11 Editorial Desk the said, "except for the utilities the right to train their lands to. the United State Increased Program?hi
/ FREDERIne*: could build 100,000 six-room I which were given last year to through the lands of others approximately U pet cent Curing probably suffered most
PORTER homes Odds and Ends condition the war and the Florida \Increase -i Outstanding
:\ and not be affected than lucky contributors. under certain J example".
Foot .list than this
CLASSIFYtetsSEtt you could actually destroy I The Jupiter Island money Facilitate removal! of squatters -' was greater trading and packing of tm.
J R mSunris great city and hot' be affected. raising event was also reportedto \ from EDO: lands. I national ,average. Florida products are well iX
theatre idg. Br KayLet Every man, woman and child Among office visitors last wee to exceed the 1941 total Final Facilitate conveyance of lands I "With the dltoontlriuariM\ of but these activities are | Z!
in the State helps defray the I was J. Victor Malone, Martin figures on the benefit have nol 'to the United States Wildlife I government buying for both Not until there is a commZsive .
cost Involved In fighting these) county property owner, and owner yet been reported and National Park services J military and foreign eorffluinptlon extension tit ruse! i/ruZ
of the Press
: forest fires and believe U or not, I Capital Bureauat are Increasing. to cover the
j supplies major
I fire destroy t single administration volua
1. ROTA LUBRT Mr. Provide for raising I the ,
Washington. Malone : 4
AlbRICH' TALK I wilt Undoubted Florida'
there 22,000 firesIn TO demand
building or the small area of a were over such (Syndicate an Interesting column tax from half ; Foreign products will the vL
'"q }_ N. am City and newspaper. deadline Florida last year. I --Pro TO KIWANIS CLUB such funds weaker and the domestic farmer benefit", toe re e.i:
: "Washington mill to permit use of market
and *
1. a..da to be
uaa I
be expected .
;I j HIYHI 1R 11.1. will scream the story In were* Had that valuable timber been"Con.' 1 for construction and maintenance cannot
t. 1 aF.D FORD heads, but even the greatest of: brought to maturity 'it would In line with the current time dive the district right to much higher

JA Mrs PEGRAM" s... these so-called "terrible holo have brought millions of dollarsto R. I B.!: Beweley,, sales manage" of Kiwanis International to use tor maintenance work partOf "Consumers are, therefore, becoming has I lost.I )pet ten 4
causts" pale Into Insignificancewhen Florida, given employmentthousands to j o'f the International Silver Cat combat Juvenile delinquency In debt service money not needed mom discriminating: Its board feet of timber h u
we compare them to the of peo pie' and provided America, the Rev. W. O. Aldo greater sup-
--- Merlden, Conn. Is here forth for bond payments. given Chamber yean Sue to woods fires
i--- needed materialrot I rich, of the Methodist "
greater conflagration that each badly winter. He Is thinking of pastor Make In maintenanceareas. \ pit the State -
A NEW BOOK FOR year destroys millions of dollars construction. No matter what developing North Fork acrea- 'Church here, Will speak on.thl' changes out.
Worth of potential timber your occupation Is, business subject at the weekly meeting ot ANNOUNCEMENTStuart
so your the last four or five
GROWERS age near the Paul Kelly place, Possible drafting of bill to "During
1 a
r : -- vitally needed by our State and and your personal Income I the !Stuart! Klwanls Club at 12:IK of abnormally high demand .:= afrdk, :11.
tax so-called "sovereignty years two// I. e.w
'I. "I.--. -'or. ... nation.It I Is directly affected. Martin county almost had 'big p. m. tomorrow at the Woman's lying between the meander line the good sellers' market b ......... w"
?..,,... \ \.. would be low sort of Today with Club. Henry Kindred Is program In the
!, r.' a pretty we are only toying I headline news two weeks ago of Lake Okeechobee and the' has resulted, of necessity Far free figure gn et
-, !"c'J'" ft \, an Individual who would aellber I this great problem of forest protection when a 1 low-dlvlng plane I Just chairman. i federally built dykes around partof discontinuing of certain ra. T. C. K Phone d
,. :: ) Uely set fire to the home of a Of the 2? million acresof missed Mr and Mrs. Arthur the lake, was also discussed. practices which must not BID] W III
I A erAOaORNAHfiNTA" returnedveteran, yet that Is exactly forest lands In the State, only Hays sulzberger on the beachat I PROGRAM OF NEW I II The commission also declinedto be resumed but expanded to (I
what you and I do whenwe t I million I are now.under protection HObe Bound. The New York LEGISLATION DRAINAGE I support a proposed general
TREES Psl carelessly toss a lighted cigaror of the Florida I I Forest Serv- Times publisher and his wife DISTRICT PLAN bill cancelling all taxes and assessments -
J cigarette butt Into dry grass Ice. While the percentage of dived face down Into the sand I on property used by
l : ruofurA AND CUTAl along the highway or neglect to damaging fires has been sharply to escape the plane, a yellow WEST PALM BEACH-Seven municipalities. Stuart Well Drilling
put out a smoldering camp fire. reduced In the protected\ area, Cub, flying at "about head
I l 1 1 "rItoI A grateful public, through Acts tt Is only a drop in the bucket height". Then, the publisher: posed legislative by the bills Everglades are being Drain pro- GRADING I PACKING Quick Servic\W JjS* o please you140fON
of Congress, has provided the when compared to the annual said, the plane "actually dipped : age District commission which PRIME NEEDS FOR In eat .
: returning veteran with liberal loss that occurs In unprotectedareas. toward us and we fell facedownward
I will meet here March li at 10 STATE AGRICULTURE
h St.S .
I' I I'I II rights wherein he may, under I Into the sand to a. M. to put the finishing toucheson
the d.t Bill of Rights, purchase Each day that we neglect placing I avoid being hit. The S the program. Grading standardization and EY ESP.
[ or erect a home. the entire State under fire I gers were unable to lbzer-I The bills, as outlined by Man- pre-packarlng of Fla farm products 0. Bon 1048 Stuart, Florida

The returning veteran finds to rotectlaon> we are burning our plane's Identlflcaton ley P. Caldwell, EDO attorney, demand more attention
I Us dismay and disappointment dollars as surely as if we were to They said, however, the ship I II would: from farmers and 'distributors
that he Is unable to purchase take our folding money and I I came from the north and was I Assist In carrying out estab- and probably holds for holds
\ materials with which to build touch a match to It. going toward Palm Beach. lishment of conservation areas. much on I the answer to the problem -

.;rT: l *' hat long dreamed of "love nest. And speaking) of folding mont'1'1 Guard the district against loss of Increased production, the
r r.7f In spite .of allocated priorities on't forget to Invest ln-, sheet DRIVE QUOTA FOR I of till to lands, because of taxation research and Industrial divisionof WIR

'--'--- he Is faced with I shortage: Drob- or.two of. Easter: Seals! for thee I HOSPITAL IN SIGHT activities of other agencies the Florida State'' Chamberof
em, There Is an acute ho"rtaglof aid of crippled cnnaren ana I Olve It additional powers to Commerce emphasized yeserday -I
$3.50; Piper $2.50 materials and of these materials I adults. Ninety cent of I control the flow in In business
per of waters IU
your weekly re- YOUR JffALMutuJ e
Order from lumber seems to be the! contribution remains In your Although final reports of the ... ,! __ I
scarcest commodity, yet and 1 own county' to aid and comfort current hospital drive have been- Broadcasl
Edwin A. slow In I System
Menninger coming due to cold and f
"The GET THIS enough young: those among your neighbors who rainy weather which "We Sell the (test"t- .t"We Sffvice the R" t"
FloweringTree preventedworkers
growth was destroyed by wood I'are afflicted GOOD LIlTENiWe; EVERY DAY '
FloridaWICY throughout the county ,
fires In Florida this last year to, -
hue from completing the canvas the BARTliETVBROS.
provided lumber to build AY ON
\ 1l _I 100,000 new homes, each a six MARTIN MANAGES drive quota of 13.000 Is In sight

room bungalow ig. Miss Mary Shackelford camp-
I II 000 feet of lumber containing STUART FEED STORE aign chairman, has expressedher
and appreciation to all volunteers Sales R RR 0 Service RASenting
I try visualize a city of
I Jack Martin Is now Stuart I workers who made the successful
A 100,000 homes. Such
a community manager of Stuart Feed Store culmination of the drive Possible -
,11, 1 O would be much larger than Trueman Fertilizer Co. and Is urging outlying Mi/in, Si. JJiffeVrf Minn Sleet CauntlnrilONI
f Miami, Tampa or Jacksonville SUbllldl-// FASTICI RELIABLE
if t. aryl according to Communities to send In reportsas
I Now such \
imagine a city being
by General Manager soon as possible so that final FORT ERCE 871
317 Osceola Ave. Phone Sluart 209
1.1 I totally destroyed by fire.Wouldn't -- Cokor of Fort Pierce In today'sNews. j tabulations may ge turned over !
"III Always that be a story, Mr. td the hospital treasurer, D. S.
Wind Editor? Wouldn't that rate
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Blow Some Good the biggest headlines at your ,
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\' ,''r'i i 1 Says the Prqjterb.preision command : !.1r iJiit. PATR
AU right, I'm giving you' the I DOLLARS -s
i a n tT t slory. I haven't colored It or -1Ir

I "cessions erify attempted to exaggerate any of SPENT IN HOME
tl% statemetith they Its pitiful details. The record MARTIN COUNTY -
IN.f ha PR EN lands and can easily be verified I MA'RTINCOUNTY NlzE-1

f N \ln DADVERSI S OFj trough the records of our Slate

j u a n e, in.a 1 s. Forestry You and Department.t witnessed that really -I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS' DIRECTORY THESE

WOk\ IY a n dl "terrible holocaust." We heard
the steady crackle of the flames
STEA r Are
t that licked their way over millions -
You Fu Protect, r

,I td ? Ma We Go lands of We acres saw of its Florida dull ,red forest glow I HOME BUILDING PlTCHFORb'S Merriman' FRANK'HALE LET US
OverPolicies our In the night sky and termed It Ses Tavern Give Your Car or Truck Taxi
? "Just another woods fire." CAMP ROOFING '' '
aEre. Wirt" CIGAR Complete Check Up 41
i.. Like the gentleman who H BE & SIGARETtE3. NEWS paeans SER ICE ,
a panic strlcked s
ED A P Cottage and Bo Sealteat Ie Crea AND NEC NICE
passenger accosted him on a I '
Every Indfns lassenger vessel In mid-ocean WO HAM WHOLES!I.a ..e at Dpenrla.m. I .m. Roof Re ng OPEN ae HOU AItY Prompt pendablert
and screamed, "the boat Is sinkIng 5 food Closed; 8111.. a,
once ," and calmly replied, "What Gene ntractingnd General Del'r Stuart Stands 11 Co. us

1 I Phone 19 .0. Area do we care, 'we don't own. It"; Re irs Bait ale 'The Pla W I IFria 404.Col do e.. SUPER VIOL ATION '

we calmly watch one of Florida's .0. Box 12 JENSE EACH a Meet;' Phone 9 1 and e RALPH CHANOLE 01r.eI ONE'' 49'
neatest natural
resources being HIWq
Phone 144- easareW.LP.0 ,
destroYed before our eyes andre i i .. 24 sceola Ave. / h.111 I-
unconcerned! \ because -- --
There /, we "
are : out 800 dlffereht .
foolishly assume'we! personally
i kind ol woo(/known to the tint ate not affected. .

lr trade But we are Just'kidding' our : WHEN YOURS THINKING -- I -CIJEM Tt'SNT Stuart

' ft\1 Waterfront Properties I I BL : t Food Uncle Billy sez. 11 e Auto Camp supplies: P.

\I y Along the Indian and St. Lucl rivers, and Hobe Sound I X M ILSI (E.cht.Iv.. Mrvtc by A. .... Mod a Cotta .
'Iii Ocean Frontage I GXTrtn. 6A 8r.dcBU. **>........Mi ...*..''WI....)*.. And aile
ourt, '
ITEfiI. For Everything In Ik

I I UNDER DIRGRADUATE 0 j cradle th'rgrave RENTALS it rY wall ORIINCU' Off::. Equipment Linn.
IsI. DIETITIAN Right from th' /
i I. L. DECKER L. C. CLEMENTS some people live to fight; ,
e = In Just a-badgerin'. other folks B R a BAKER S
o rRtyl5 I DIXIE HI-WAY I :PHONK ST-W I FEDERAL HIWATTAXI rg f they take a keen delight! You Old .i. HI-W rtMt list

1 1H e-n See It In th' urchins .r fer 300

fights they simply chafe and
n -" then there's bullies runnln' -

'round who fight when they feel COMPLETE
'. Q s safe! It's th' same with many Eleclrie sad Refrigbra. b

nations lien SERVICE"No ,
t ; they set a National
Meats, roc ea goal, then start Job Sea ails
!" a-urgin'/ peopleto Large Or
And Fro cods I
r L rPhor '
tA1w .rOw..e. conquer pole to pole) T* Small

NOVELT PRnn0CC U6 FT!! 9154 r What's ther in life for..any HOB SOU Boat o
LENDI LID YJen J one who frets to.pick a fight?
'. He-turns good\ ,order to confusion ELECT 0. All Typ.i aria

n Bea 1 1.at" 1. -.... folks hate his very sight! Day one, C lion

... ht". r.. S.I. BUILD SEt It's wasted time, this warin', In lioi 3211' ylorP.
i SELL CHOICE LOT home, or nation-wide; our lives its P n

PHONE TJ x 125 For One'Dollar e wer' not Intend'd to be lived so Stuart 1 no O. hew 74

9131.J- darn pie-eyed; Its 'peers to me, I PHONE 1 J

at my ripe age, that life's too-

BLOCK short a row to cultivate these ., "
Web way 1 1otors 1r. r- CONCRETE e quarrelsome goofs,"when pleasant folks we knows:, .seat '

Delivery Now, me, I like my flshln', my huntin' and good 'times a 8 It N h, Buy, Th

SsSxlMCf.8iyfB swappln'' yarns with other men, and llstenln' to they lines! Th''' Cto asterN GENI L

o AUTI n: DEALER Tom u. chances ar' you think like me-,- th.World wont change o'er ONMade,6

FO 8 x jrV 8Jfl6 part. night but let's begin right In,our home, start treatln1 home Designers isrtl ELEC1"r RIApps'

8z 16 rear.REINB5RCG folks right! Let us not look fer that
perfection which
'SALU AND SERVICE we, ourselves, slayers c
STEEL cant give It's a dang good rule to follow Kikeben dry,
i BAT AND MITt KER, NC. ;, la live and let Others F- z ,
ASTERS small
7' C8p
BODY REPAIRS 1 Or ge' Ave if adios
314 S. 3rd -. lihrlnW ; M NTT
PHONE 0142 Fort PierceIdeal
Florida I
W iro one 8ig

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Listings qf Improved Bid Improved -Properties SUNKSHUTTERS S ors EXPERT

r ThroughoulMartln County TI ERE EKIt Jens HdweURE float

f wall's rint.lUvto.KlvW Properties ADD .1 COMPORT AND GENT: row ? :'
YOUR HOME Oa f01aSporting" INGas
,Jupiter Island I.snd bout" Sit"AkBGAST THEY
Goods.sICYCLrs lll-J AR ( N[
R MAT uasrrTRDunray cossuss W kArid[ DellnrIttflKT
C. B.
Snuttmr eadgaartFiabermee sttCAP BUtTICBI. SERVICE VE IT.,

steal Estate WATERTKONT nOTtMTlU Issuance Productsw. B. FOMEttOT) Sr.As .
el; AHMOM, .r. 0. ton MS''' MP R-=.III ...... sTVAa? Honk .u Jensen b Shop.

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STUART_ NEWS STUART! Martin County, Florida, ,THURSDAY, MARCH 10.1941 -- -- PAO nFTltM!: 1 ;

Jacksonville,,March 24apd 2J, lunch to 25 cents I I ; t 'J
More than 350 delegalei from APPLICATIONS Martin Coiitity Grower SucceedsIn Mn George Osborn, ir and I t
Woodmen camp throughout Mrs W. L. Merritt gave a talk I "THE Jl X" f :' ll
*akeatot will be a dele- ftortda will attend to report on on some Interesting things they n .
t a. Olio the Head Camp meetings activities of the local camps lathe F FOR R' H HOMESTEAD S l Great t Lakes Lettuce Culture learned at the PTA. regional I I BEER LUNCH SOFT DRINKS :1 I, L I'.
,Jflorlda IurisdieUon.oodmes past year, and to plan an meeting In West palm Beach. : j
of the World Life in Increased program of fraternal ,"yO; ,.'Il..., t.... .... """ 'J v"'''' NvUt ._.. Mrs Shelby McCulley was appointed -! SCIALFhVb ,I, 1}
to be,held at t tranesociety civic,and patriotic actltltle this I EXEMPTIONS DUE to fill in as secretary for, CbICK I4 STEAk SANDWICH :It\t ,i 1
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... ,-- -- the remainder of the school year 1" I t

.. ,.. Iin Shellon the absence of Mrs. Harvey j 'Off A/9 M A N M.. *'til-2 25 tOO* A, M. L'11! I", j jI

nd Kl&NLESli | prep3rty y.db Here Hare Mra.W L, Merritt, Mrs Shelby MiMNorth o\Stuart Fed. No. 1 I 1'1 l lA ", t
FUGA 12 Dan, .OJ i Set Filing McCulley, and Mrs. George 01I -' : ; (
D b'd I te -- t born, sr, were appointed on the U CAN'T BEAT THE JINX ,j \ '., ij p I ,

4i01SlEEling, bit. Mi. owners Both eltl IndcoUnly property I Harvey nominating Homlar committee.,Mrs O D. Quigley Mrs-1. Y __ It' I 1. \ ;1 'h hi
ban just 12 day remain \ I Mri. W. D. Blanton and Mrs --- :
Ing In which to nle, homestead
t4IEe Fred Pedersen were appointed
tti ub tted on RequeitSTUART ; '
exemption applications with the to amend the bylawsMrs I !

M FLORIDA County. Tax Assessor. Deadllnl .Oeorge Osborn sr,Founders -; ELECTRIC; IRONS
303 E \ r Is 5 p m. April l -
Widows and disability exemptions I Day chairman, read a message -I

PHONE returns must ana be:tangible tiled with property both Hit HitSsoeC't I era Day from chairman.the National Found-t (SAMSON) !j 1 1 j \

Several musical numbers were'' ; .
city and county assessors Intangible -
personal property returns ,. I given, two comet solos "1n the I Special While They Last _.. ._ ....,. .) .$1050 JII, it I ,r,, j f
must be tiled only with the Glooming" and "The Old Lamplighter" -, 'I ;
Bath Room Tile! bad phalt Tile county. Penalties are mandatory by Marcia McPherson, Suniite SJver Seal Ironing Pad I J

, Alto Supply\ I 't bf> litlgUn\ TtY n various colors Approximately. 1,200 property Mrs.Gladys accompanied Perry at the: a piano piano duet by TtULELAWN '".,' : ;\ iji, .". I II II ,

tt k hA s/18 Commercial owners here are ellRlble to file .. "r'.qt.. "By The Campflre" by Mrs. -I I I ''", 1 1f'
INSTA IOJB and SALES and the assessor's Office reports .- 1'l Odell DeLoach and MM. Francis ( '

Tile Baths IjlDoards Porches tit the large majority of these have "(T,,,,,1.1 !'I>"1.. "\.10). ) Stiller Automtkice Lawn SpranklersCiUranteedj. .. ... ... .$39.95 f'I 1 '+f'
rrJ Tile complied. However It was, pointed I rlcUred\ above Is hui ,Jer eli dismaying; \ llaht heads bf GrettLkfces ,Mrs Emma: Kindred read an ( ''I t; ;//.1/.1t i
out that article
PIERCE tjlK CONSTRUCTION CO. many owners having on "A Great Caring I 1 /
FORT bassett t
tettdcq Irdwa bn his goulh Fork farm, the former :
last fall j
filed year to realize that A three-act play', "1tfmlnlsj 1 1 t il
such filing Is required every year place adjoining.; t the) Backus I plantation.l cence", was given by G.E. Portable Mixer, Sci.l /_.... ... u $32.75 t .I .
I/HOWLETT and that an application put In This picture, &taken In late l February allows a matured erbp of members. The cast of the : :

p, a Box 1111 +/Phone TS7 \ill N llth St.., Fort PierceTILTON'S last year has no effect now. firm-headed lettuce.seeded In the field on Dec, 11 Infoot double were Mrs. Emily Andrews, 'T'A'I Vaeulator cVfjCe Makers : j u sl il
Applications will be received rows. Two thousand pounds per acre of 4-1-1 formula fertiliser Jack Saunderson; Mrs Lots : I
- ...--- \ / dally from ( a. m.'to 5 p. m. at were applied\ before seeding, and the crop was side dressed With drews, her mother-in-law, Emerion TabLnModel Radios t. ti, I\ !
the County Tax Assessors' officeon 50* pounds' pea acre of the same formula elf: week liter. ,Jpnes; president of 'the P.T.A.,, i I

housePLA"NOPli the. second floor of the Court- Itarvsllnfc\ \ began bH lo'ebrdrJ 20, with an eulmaled yield. bf Uo Bright Mrs, ,Shelby McCulley: Mrs. G.E.: Cleaner AtiachmaMsC -.._ ,.,. ._ ,.. .... $13.95 fl', ,,i'(, ;, \i'\ I
SUNDRIES crates per acre averaging 38 heads per crate I program chairman Mrs]
County Agent' L, M. Johnson believes that id fern' success this sung O D Quigley by I the.cast My of Tribute'I the play was I .E. Small treat Apr/caior \sops ... 2.15 r ; \ ,I

DRUG SUNDRIES J COSMETICS year and last in lettuce growing point. to a sound new field W i Birthday cake bearers were Beta With Bu\) i '
SUN TAN OIL 'SIN S/SDES' SUN GLASSES county agriculture. I ty ,Jo Blanton and ,Jackie Saun- i:
CANDIES TVyrcCOS JEWELRY -- ----- ----------- !derson K. CONTRACT!! APPLIANCE REPAIRS I ,:\ I"" ,

JUPITERJNLET l Cake, coffee and fruit juice
SODA OUNTAIN U.S. Accepts Deeds To Lands were sold, the proceeds going to t I !
I a\d Repairill : '
NEWSPAPER \ MAGAZINES To Improve: unitary 1- conditions I Park I Perfect attendance honors for'' .. 4Itii
'Flbrttl Everglade
ll and the resumption of pleasure' In .'s the post six weeks went to $o. CalJfcrnia Ave, Phone 308 ,
Ricou BIdg. Next to O.' Jensen Beach boat access to the ocean, the 'I Herbert Metzger, Annie Hayes, I
Jupiter Inlet will be reopened at I ,- Vivian Merritt, Martha Penhale, "t J :
at estimated cost of $40000,, Miami-(W))-The establishment as soon as possible to hold down Carlene Shamrock, Francis I
BRAN RIB AItAtEC George Brocktray.. Inlet commission -, of a great national park In speculation and to defeat the Shamrock and Betty Jo Thompson I 1
} [Mi N Nil. engineer, said at West Palm the rich and mysterious Florida efforts' of hunters, both botani- 2nd grade; Billy ,Jacobs, 1 (
GULF C! k Beach I II Everglades, was speeded(\ up when cal and with shot guns, who are Dean Motes, Carl Sauvage Earl BEAUTY GUARD : ; ,
The Inlet commission1\ approved the department qf t 'Interior formally raiding the forests despite the Sheets, Mildred Crawford. Louise] ,, I i'\ ;: j )t+ I',
R AIRING, the action at a meeting Friday ,accepted 800000 acres of efforts" of state game wardens Church and Harlene Barbas, 3rd .tdB ["' ll 1 I I ii 1
night at ,Jupiter and Instructed the land for a wildlife refuge. and wardens under the supervision grade; Norma Crawford, 4th I 1
WASH, 0 and LUBRICATION Mr. Brockway to begin advertising The acreage .Is approximately! of the national fish and, grade, Jlmmle DeLoach and WAtCH BANDS 'If'
Court. a, Efficiehl Service I for bids to repair the south two-thirds of the some 1.300.000 wildlife conservation service of James Barbas, 5th grade, and! Sold At I' r
0 N Jetty and dredge the Inlet to a acres which supporters hope'wilt the interior department. Dale ,Motes Teddy Simmons, t r Jq
7 00 A. M. ill 9f & t Bays A Week depth of >8 feet and a width of. in a few years become one of thenations :i i The Everglades park land will Annette Smith and Jackie Saun LA POINTE'S, / : ,}
: / ,, 100.feet outstanding parks for touch the southern side of Tam- derson, 6th gradeSTATE (\ I :rl!
BRADFORD Ad SUTTON, Owners f Mr Brockway said last night wildlife and tropical flora, The laml trail for about 20 miles, __ I More Tpan Skin Deep\ The, Beauty ofjfout J B' ,
JENS0N BEACH that dredging of the Inlet whichhas park once completed, Is expected with the greater portion of the Bandy! For Its QUALI Y-CRAFTED to>Tc.r Graces'I'' Ii';' ,
been completly blocked' by to draw a million visitors a park embracing the area south- TO PAVE fully Through the Year) ,I
sand since 1943, would I get underway year to the state and It Is esti- ward to Cape Sable and to the'
-- In "about two months, and mated that they will spend $40-, keys and small Islands located: LAY.AWAYWHETHERT'1"N T EA lR GIFT ; : ,.1-1 fi .I. ,'!,
that the cost of the project would 000000 annually, I In a large section of Florida bay.t .' \ I ../
,be borne by interests In the vicinity The land turned over to the will extend on the West Coastto i MAIN HIGHWAY! BRING .: ; I' ,J
FOR EX EItT department of Interior today was the Quit of MexicO. I Ii \ If EARRINGS" ': i ,t' s I i' J
,Jupiter Inlet, IS miles northof state land and none was privately i The area abounds In wild,life 1 .,. =-,.-. BROOCH j
here at the mouth of the owned. The state now must not commonly seen In other'Call For Bids Re.urfactng VWATCH I !
i Loxahatchee River, has long acquire 400,000 more acres: from, parts of the United States Here U. S. 1 Olympia To Fort 1 OR" .1 1
hopi'4ok been a popular fishing, gainingand private Interests and another the roseate spoonbill Is making .', Pierce DIA f I'I'W '
Machine l picnicking resort. 100.ooo acres which are beneath'its last stand In continental I I :
An application for Federal aid water. Of the 400.000 acres, 178,- United States Alligators and Sealed bids will be. received I T'ck.RrPAIRINC} jT |t. \ ENGRAVINGLaOINTE'S
I'was made about a year ago but 00, acres are owned by the Model ; crocodiles once plentiful, are by the State Road Department I ,
III reported. still pending In Congress Lund Co,, one of the Flagler cor becomnlng scarcer each year.'lit 10:30: next Thursday morning I ;
CALLS T 33 porationsThe ,I I Among the mammals, the panther at Tallahassee for the resurfacing -: I; f
I Florida) state cabinet recently -' Is still to be found and Wildcats of the main highway from I II '
donated $500,000 from the and deer are common. Olympia to Fort Pierce. I 'ji'
year: the at the, state lands In the park, and the The plant life of the arch is This Is the section which was I', ; 1. j
I Among
state legislature' which convenes held to be particularly Interest ; widened two feet on each side;
will be National I
Stuart ar' Service I meeting in April, was urged to make ing because It Includes the country ,last year /" ; I '
W C Braden of Omaha andE
another $1,500000 available to 's tropical flora. Here abound rmpo erg Costumecweby i
The resurfacing project tfna s
!: D. Riven, Lakeland Ga.. former I trees, shrubs, palms ; f Id
complete the acquisition evergreen almost 31 miles of highway north .
Georgia governor and a suit and orchids I ARCAbE STUART I
( One huge condemnation of Olympia Overpass VICTORY FLA. ;\1
Incorporated I national director of the society I \
I A. C. Beers, St. Petersburg, head is expected to cover all of the The Everglades National park No (date\ for starting of work \, \ ''r''
needed land. It is expected that association was first formed In has I" :
I counaul for Florida, will preside. the federal government will Institute 1929. Among'Its regional officers been announced. ,____u_ -- - .. 1 1fr it
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the suit with the state was Ernest F,Coe.secretary, who: ; i iK '
paying the expenses. In federal did much to push the park. Gilbert I j, !i!\
court the land can be taken D. Leach is at present man- 11
while prices are being fixed In aging director for the park: cpm-\ I
the state court the taking must mission while Daniel B. Beard ANNOUNCEMENT I
await jury to place a price on son of the man whq founded the d
each parcel of land. I Boy Scouts of America .Is In
Speed \Is held essential In charge of the actual conservation -
HOMES' completing the) land purchases, work. k

iririuiuriiiuittiiiiuoiiilnnuuuuuulSALERNO I 1 ; Hobe Sound, the guests of Mr. Mr. Jack Martin
Located On East 4th Street Are Nearing Completion and Mrs Jim Marr. 1 h r rI
NEWSBy Mr. and Mrs Donovan Smith,
; ahd QUIGiEY1111I111111I11I11I111I11111111I11111111I11111I11 jr. of San Pedro, Cal., are Here I Is Local' Mahagpr of Stuart Feed Store
MRS. O. D. visiting his parents Mr. and(\ I
./ Mrs Donovan Smith, sr

YOU ARE INV TED TO l iir and Mrs Harry Holloway Mrs Jack Saundersbn, presi- i
INSPECT left Thursday for their home In dent, opened the F.TA meeting I
Toms River N J after spending at the schoolhouse" Tuesday ; S ''ulha k1'
THESl 'MOMS the winter here,: night with the flag salute\ ahd a p
,'"America, the Beautiful",
r Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Avail and song
daughters Penny and Linda, of with Mrs Charles Kindred at j '
Miami and A. U Brown and son. the piano Kenneth Stmmetl Is Longer i
Vf ,
Between The Hours, 4:30: P. M/nd 6:00: P. M., Jimmie ,of Pompano wen week Mrs. Fred Pedersen gave thedevotldnal
end guests of Mrs. A, L. Brown. using ja her subject,

w Ul* ARE PROUD Fdfc) trod. TO" fekira. i fctAKlTY MA+tRiALS AND WORK. spent Little last Buddie week Coolie end herewith Stuart Mrt"When Emma Prayers Kindred Are Answered"gave a report .1 I Connected t\\lth TJtts Business W te I Y

on the lunchroom It ,Was
1HIP his grandparents Mr. and Mrs 1
,J. L. Terry and family. decided(\ to raise the price of I.1,

Mr. and Mrs Austin Mulllns r ii
MOdern General Electric i Syrfcs \d Appliance*.To Be Featured of Hobe Sound spent Sunday
here at the home of Mr. and Mrs, .
'h .. .
& Emory Mr and beLoach.Mrs. 3 M. Korson of REALEST THIS STORE WIL __ .Blistt i ANb MAINTAIN
7 Are Not Sold and jPriceiAiH B. EstabrVhed Wlien Completed. f.I Erie,i Pa. are here visiting Mr. 1 li
and Mrs. 0.:: Mooney A' BUSINESSLIBE ANblE iI iCIENT f STANDARD *

I co' tRttCtIQN LL. BEGIN and west Mr Emory Palm and Beach DeLoach.. Bill Saturday.motored Pendants to I t OF SERVicfc/fo OUR oitsfODER'S 'tfiRouGH. I.

Mr. and Mrs Chester Allen bUT MAR fN COUNTY/ 4
04 THE Flfoj yfoMES OP fat? 25 ttbMESlV BE: RECTEO IN NlPPERSINKABDICATIONS left Saturday for their home inNew ,ili'oillei4ib 1 all kindii cfl :
Qretna N after spending ;,
&LSTATES-: WilL fife tAKEN I \THE ORDER RECEIVED AND the season ;' lit their winter tar Ytta. : ,' :

01OICt ChN ,. JiA td BYEARLY Mr.home and oti MM.et.Conrad Lucle ave.Johnson I J kii-iN.'li. bK t: ':,

art Visiting their daughter, Mrs Al.o ibatll 'and u .
M. M Krlaert. and, Mr. Krlser bi
APPLICA1'IOJ' ); \-SEE' West Paint ,Beach: ,They will l liee: J '- GENERAL MANAGER;, -
leave April) from there for their .A \.
,t, "" .- home in Sep Bright N. J. They t v.; ..

have Mr.spent and Mrs several:Ray winters,Lincoln here and d app ..(

THEODORE DEHON & SON: spent daughter, rroJttheir x pt>here Lakeland with Realtor' Trueman Fertilizer. Co.

'Ii ", -- aunt Mrs. EUa. Frescott yP. .
I" A.: TODAYtfLD George Alfred Jacobs left Friday Q. Arrad.Pons .
tor Westfield.N.'Yto
night FORt PIEIICE I tt: + tiDA !. ;
> spend the summer. 19 I ,
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-. t Mr. and Mrs. W. M Uarr, "i'
i ..l' and M,.. Harvey Marr and Rudolph I'' .' .. ,' ;.1;.....<\,. ,. ,-....,, .....LTHE .
Man spent:;Sunday. .in!



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i'' VAOE S1Xr: ;N .. Tilt STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida, THURSDAY,"MARCH 20, 1317 ..KIng .....

."tI I ""er-ln-law Mr, and Mrs. Chas. March .20 for the north accompanying marsh and LeRoy Plnney are I I Charles Jensen, who aIeo
Mrs. Thomas Hall and a slater, for at the Bull home left
auto today Key by
Advertising Helps Building Miss Hall, and Mrs Edith Mitch- Krumm Wallace. Bull leaving and Port Jefferson! t. !last week tor the lame pJ
\, ell. They also called on Mr and I 'Mrs Arthur Lamson and ,Wallace Bull Gordon, Tld York --- q
I .. Mrs, George L, Rowley I daughter, Audry, of Shelton. -- -r-o
.: \ Of: A Progressive America The Red Cross: Home Nursing Conn. were recent visitors at the
I '
Class, taught by Miss Alexander home of Mrs J. A. Peck. Miss I
Red Cross Nurse ended Friday I Lamson is dietitian at the State I /A "

i Tb. N_. ..,rio.. tbls, article By 'h. Ps id.... .1 d.. seal/seal Brood11 evening March 14,with six members Hospital InNewtown,, Conn.
wine. Canrawr. I. MR.m .naiwllr. IN too Viii-.7 .... .. rUYida. of the class completing the Mr and Mrs Frank Patzak
II ..: I '
t Ne..r.rw N. Unit One course Also members have returned here from Miami i

.ALL OF us have become 110 accustomed to accept advertising of a former class were allowedto where they Spent the winter and I
as a normal part of the'daily Bone that we do attend and refresh their memories enjoyed the racing'season. They
It not in eco- At the close of the Friday occupied the Wallace Bull home I :
not realize the essential part plays only our
class they and their Instructorwere last summer and expect to live
t, nom1, betas the vital spark in our way of life Invited by Rev H. 1.. Packard at the same place during the i I & OR
1 is the United States that the tools and technique '
In %
'f\ It .. .. to the parsonage for coffee coming summer and fall in .sji
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of r advertising have been most I t.- and light refreshments it was absence of the owner the.j'
:, highly developed, and the result or ears to hear. greatly enjoyed by all, Unit Two Mr. and Mrs, Charles W
f, of r advertising are most evident And It Is in this nation that course started Monday evening. rett of Swanton, Ohio near HITS OFYour
1 for everyone who has eyes... to see the greatest expenditure are Mrs Olenn H. Calkins and Toledo, have come to Palm City, ODAavorilc
1.. -- "--- made for advertising the products Mrs Fred Deno of Hialeah were, to make their I home They recently 1 Too! J
and service of Industry guests over the week end. March purchased the small grocery [
411' 't lit the present year, 1947 that --- 18, at the home of their sister started and formerly owned ADD TO YSYMPHONIES [R/OLLECTION '
expenditure will be well over Boynton, Fla.Nance Stlllcy, and brother-In-law Mr. and by Gordon Tldmarsli' who sold i ,
two billion dollar, With our expanding 18 year old Cypress Gardens Mrs. Jack Usk because of ill health l The stock OPERAS)
economy, competent Aquamald, recently on the cover Mrs L. J. Murphy returned' of the store Is being replenishedand I
authorities estimate that ten last week from Miami where: enlarged and the general 1 POPULAR MUSIC HILL BILLY MUSIC
I from now we shall be of Life magazine she had
years been called by the Illness -i appearance improved The AMERICAN
upending at the rate of more r of her sister who is still building itself is being GYPSY MUSIC SPIRITUALS i

Sparbrite is ready lo give than 3'j'\ billion dollars a year CERTIFICATES GIVEN very UL and Improved by the painted,j SONG STORIES IRISH BALLADS ,
i for advertising. George Smith who has Mr. and Mrs. Fred
floors and the NURSING STUDENTSCertificates I : IE| FOR CHILDREN
your rugs In I MUSICAL ST }
These Inures bear out the West Palm Beach for Barrett\ giving excellent servIce -
.,' attention they need. Spar tact that we are not only a nation -- 'I! some time with her daughter to his customers and'his
: !Write prices will meet any / of producers we are also of graduation are I Stella, who Is ill, mayBe! there store has filled a much needed WALTZES; LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC
t a nation of salesmen. It has being awarded this week by the for some time. accommodation to Palm City .
1f, competition: been calculated that, out of every American Red Cross to students Mrs Mark Sandburg and Mrs residents They expect to sell I

Floors expertly sanded thirty working Americana, one who have completed Courses In I I Lena Parker of Mentor and their trailer and live in the rear UTYTO
I IB constantly occupied In telling Hume Nursing and Infant and Cleveland, Ohio left this wen: of the store space.
and finished YOU the other twenty-nine and Maternal Care. for their homes and expected Miss Dorothy Kelsey left Sun-
I,' NOOSE THE KIND OF himself about what some of Miss Flora A Alexander R.N. I I to stop over In Northern Florida day for her home In Saybrook RA 0 AND APP LANCE CO,
FINISH l plastic, bakelite, them want to sell to all the from the Atlanta area office reported I to visit friends For the past I Conn., called by the illness of
others Including himself. great Interest In the two months they have been the her father. She is the niece of 204 Osceola Av Opposite Fire Dept

\I, aquer. shellac, varnish, I If and when advertising and courses although the classes were i guests of their sister and broth- Gordon Tldmarsh, who, ..la.leav-. ,. .
at down In the -- -
11141t 1 selling ever slow : not as large as had been hoped. I
tereof. I? All coats are United! States, the dynamic productivity Palm City women who completedone O
; I of our free economy and plan to begin
|(ffed Also, floors clean- course
: will slow down also Before the
another are Mrs Eva B. Feln-
e \aDd axed i or bakelite I days of modern advertising It auer, Mrs RE.. Mallory; Mrs

toiped find waxed. took many years to establishnew Kathleen De Vlllblss Mrs 8. O.I .
products or change the public Crews, Mrs Pauline Crews and
Asp altjfile and linoleum 'l buying habits. Seventy years I Mrs Richard R. Wallls

lay s' vailable.. clasped before the power loom .The Jensen graduating class
f had eliminated the hand loom.
is composed of Mrs W. B. Tilton,
I Rug d carpeting; cut The Bessemer process of steel- jr., Mrs. Ransom Tllton, Mrs. I
and making had to overcome thirty Norman Hayslip, Mrs. Carra Dar-
JF of stubborn opposition before a
1 vllle and Mrs. Ralph Hartman,
RutsV cleaned Pick-up It was generally adopted.
and delivery service. Tacked Even McCormick reaper need- ii Jr
j I''I'' {pets cleaned on ed almost a generation before It h ulunuulnU.nlim/duunuloan i ; ookf
f100 became fully accepted.
.f But how long did It take for I Palm City News
1 San n and polishing the modern radio to catch on?
ilia in i for rent. --or refrigerators or frozen By ANNA B. DATiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
foods? no nylon stockings? i :
.411 And almost within a matter of
i The friends here of Mr.
months, the non-reflllable fountain many
I t All liquirin for any type, of pen has become an accepted and Mrs. Robert L. Jeffries of
worl commonplace In the United Port Norris, N. J.. left last week
performed will
h by us
I States, by train for their home after
:j me* courteAus and prompt In no other country In the several months In stuart. While
T Vpntion world do these things happen! here Mr Jeffries suffered a ,
iiit whtm directed; to Why Because we have found heart attack and was hospitalized -
j: the key which never falls to un- many weeks before he was ,
1 lock the resourcefulness and ingenuity able to be taken north Word
,i 1EORGRKEITHIARTIN of the American economy has been received here of their rl'' t S%,
safe arrival and that Mr. Jef r
-, advertising
COUNTY I It you doubt the creative function fries had stood the trip well He
f I CLEANERS of advertising, consider the la now in the Bridgeton N J.
''w humble orange Until California hospital resting comfortably.
I Phone II orange Juice was advertised, peo- Their friends here hope he may
had considered the soon recover his former good
ple orange a 0:4
),',J 'delicacy to be put In the Christ- I health.Mr. yi ,
and Mrs. Raymond Bay- ,
t I' t = = = I asca of Upper Darby, near Philadelphia .
-- --
-- arrived the, first of
Vur this week at the home of Mrs, ,
r MYf Bayasca parents, Mr. and Mrs t
MISSAGg (RO Karl Fuches of Atco N. J. and
Yf A Stuart.Mr .
I WARY and Mrs. Clyde Phillips '
SICAITAaY p/ I and daughter, Neta, left this : : ; : :
a Y s week 't>r their New Jersey home. ; :
i Mrs. Phillips Is the daughter of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jeffries '
i and arrived( at the Jeffries about I '

How you the Mr.time and her Mrs father O. B.became Cadwell 111 ,,'', :- BELL BREAD is bette r ad because it has these out."" : : 'j n

: Were surprised last week, Wed ,

; can hieIp ,d nesday, by who friends were from passing Connecticut standing quality featur

through Stuart and stopped to ,
YOU ARM"DO IT SPAR call on them They were Mr, and t ." ,
It'S Textllrized-Evrfjllice has a firm, smooth, even : ,

l FOR PEACE ago mas the stocking.president Thirty of a.five transcontinental year. I 1' texture-Does/not%rumb or crumble, makes 't ,

railroad asked his advertising '
better .1 ..
toast. :
Oi5Tlt the I'r, ,,11'1' "prop,, I fir I IK diw.oolitiuasre,!, if.fI agent to help stimulate ,

Selective ST e on 1lar. 31, Aim'mi will. rely miiKuiieoflheKigiilar freight shipments out of California ..." '.
'nlimUry enl for .. .. by promoting the Easternuse
tense' I "' "
of the products of the then It's Super Soft slic is tender and ,
r Army at arch I iael; .tI''' I.J infant California orange Industry very appetizing _
Jn view of orld roi lions Inlay, this in a step ifry Arrangements were made ,
the gravest iml rtanve i 'vet American rihrrn NeverMore for the shipment of large quantities ,
J in hide, ham a nation raised I mill inaintainiilIP of oranges. An advertising It'S High Qual y-Only, Arade flour shortening
it usillion-man a Ply b1 volunteer KVHI| in alonn Our fund was subscribed by the railroad .
,I II II Weal,, our bull, in i iilual fr % are to make '
was the result?
our duty ID |pro i Ie nil |>iaiti nil are hound up in
I this il<,ixjmi. California oranges and orange this finof flavorful bread.

r,' 1 him your ', and I voluntary enlistment !is y, nril I Juice were advertised successfully ;
I i hoirr. ]It muni n With your liilpit will Plot fail.) Orange juice became a .

i The in tion keeping forces Army livelier Amer mint I to finite rong supply| In]and| these nivilc Mrureilrrituniling forces.adequate, and oiiupa to help America.breakfast for fresh A soda staple orange fountain throughout Juice reamer was- DON'T TAKE OUR( WOf) ABOUT BEll SUPS.\SOFT BREAD- DISt.OWR fOR

invented Soda fountains started I':,
lour help ,a ran- ilo iniiili to ru serving orange Juice and ended YOURSELF HOW mw, GOOD IT IS- UY ULy IT.wes

courage a trail 0, of 3yiar voluntary enlistments, by serving breakfasts, and then __' .
1 beteMary to suiof Ira ring sad (lie efficient |ierfornmure three meals a day. Orange drinks IA111 TEST 'Ell "BRMD
the Army's tt and drink stands began to appear RESte,

t Whrnyouihunliamli 'umstl subject wild your Pons, brothers, everywhere and served : '.
or fj 'ads w may lie conmilcring an Army light meals A roadside industry
a career, bear i mind th idvinlagci offered by a 3-ycar appeared on our highways Experiments -
Fnlittmrnt.service tong the are the choice of branch ofT were conducted which
and versess th where ojiemnfcs nut, and discovered vitamins and other
beneficial\ ingredients
the opporti fy for thorn h training in valuable skills. fresh present In
orange juice This led to
t i A 'ob I iiVitb he new Regl r Army compares favorably j the advertising of competitors
the ev age in industr and has more opportunities| tomato and other fruit juices,
I d for promo am than nsQd. The dairy industry to protect f

You a helpby, gii ing ir respect and support to their market, started research 1 1"a ry4 ,t p
the man o enlists volunto r to do hia part in carry* and found new vitamins in their
products. The bakers took the
ln( out ur eountr' wort obligations to build
ball from there and made better
pease at will on 0 I
bread enriched with vitamins
V. ROf&RT P. PATTERSO\ An entire science: of vitamin

i l.. I Bac.rrssf'or was therapy developed. Can anyone .
question' that ,the health and
: .: ,
well-being of the consuming
' Ml flU INFORMATION IUUDIN1ft ifil lot fee roi public tenanted from this cam '

U. IS.fl paign \to say nothing of the
} iMimir,HummiT, cut .rWY prosperity of th orange growers -

fl ann.-- L L ARMY IMiKITIKt STATION the refrigerated express-car ,
"t makers,, the railroad the drugstores .
I drink stands, 'dairy-men
I bakers, advertising\ media and
,JtLS.: ARMY RECRUITIN all the workers,
STATION suppliers and OVEN frqsh/ '

Wall. .Sou" tit". >cpod. ,St: A Fort pierce, Fla. benefited producer from of accessories the developmentof who FROM YOUR GROCER, 1* or.: :/

UUM Industries? >

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