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: April 3, 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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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' fLORIDA..88 'ASSOCIATION, K JlI I&ouch wltla what ,oetI en In Marti. (: 1 an Af

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NDAY 6)15 a. m. ,


The R..,. Phil Maxwell, presiding ISSUES GET YOUR WRITTEN VIEWS TO US IN

Wendell Waters, music director TIME FOR PUBLICATION NEXT WEEK. I

PROGRAM Delegation Extends Organication's 1

I Company Scale Comparative Believes Wale to Invocation .. _.. ,The Rev. R. M. Fenton Repreientatire.Views to REP. ROWELL GIVES HIS STAND

Other Induitry Hymn "Holy Holy, Holy Stuart News, v\.
I Scripture and f rayer Tin Rev. H. L. Packard Echoing public feeling, Gentlemen: -
commission of nationwide
Cnltel Natloni Investigating disturbances on'lilt The possibility a
n.wde... If GreeceI, nearln,' he end .f It* fact-finding ( strike Monday morning for Special Music by Stuart High School: Band; Stuart Junior Cham her of: In reply to your request of last week regarding/ .a referendum! l

TMT which.,wmetlmei by mule-back and Jeep baa taken it higher wages by the 3D unioN "Chrint: the Lord Is Mwen" Commerce Monday flight of on the four incur bill* that t have advertised, relating to Martin ''j

uMh the btart el the tnow-bonnd Balkans. Here the com-. of the Independent National "Beautiful' 5..lour"Eader finally went on record HI County I will say that I am taking'a definite stand as follows: ..,' \, ,, r
Federation of Telephone Workers Message Th Rev. VCarrirl' favoring local referendum The huh bill Is going through In of '
.otto. b (.uestionlnr one .' the hundred of wltnenes heard u on four bills to be presented bj ax written up your paper '
UK spot, political prisoner In the Parloi Melo Internment loomed today a* the Federal Benediction _. .u._. The Rev. W. G. Aldrldce Rep. Marvin H. Kowell In, this last Spring during my campaign. It U very clear and the vote .

_ip Mr the Creek city ef Salonika. Government's conciliation service session of the Legislature. ft as decisive.
continued negotiations with The bill, on which the young As t* the Park Board Bill there has been no opposition! from "

the union's 49-member pollcj men's civic organization dcslrei any source other than yours and I do nbt feel that we have an ..

committee to avert It Easter Services in the Churches to see a poll are: the city commission tosue .Ihrrc.! H will be Introduced without referendum. I
shark Fishery The strike wa voted by the question the proponed t
The mowiulto board will also bo Introduced without a refer- .
committee March 24 to start at new fish la*, and the measure)
time -- curium I feel that! with the Stale\ Board of Health survey that
I a. m. Monday In each to abolish the Anil-Mosquito
METHODISTS HERE GOOD FRIDAY RITES I wi might, have, together with the facilities
Eone across the nation. TechniCiaN Board and Stuart Park Board. County available on *
nNewRecord on three major radio networks PLANNING SPECIAL AT ST. MARY'S HERE After voting to request UK yrar around baals, without having to buy or sell equipment or fire

agreed two days later to EASTER OBSERVANCE Representative to attach referendum or lure personnel at the diop of the hat that Martin County muy

cooperate with the NFTW If the A Good Friday community to the legislation It be able to get the utmost from It* tax dollar.As .
will be observed service from- noon until 3 p. m.
strikes comes atjout.:At Issue nationally Maundy Thursday St.Mary' question 'the Jayceea appointed, to the City Commissioner change; there has been quite a
with t special candlelight tomorrow will be held att he II.
1 SEA TIGERS BROUGHTTO PORT MONDAY 1,972 between the union and Methodist Episcopal Church here. a committee composed of President bit of( discussion and as r have had a number of requests for a
at the *
SHARKS LANDED AT SALERNO IN. MARCH) the Bell system are a $11 weekly Church service at 7:30: tonight.The public The public.Is Invited for at least Paul Young Treasurer'- referendum, perhaps it will be better to have one. This I agree\
and nine other
MOST IN ,10 YEARS bargaining wage hike Item*. I Is Invited to observe the institution 1 part U not all of the program.It ing Kanarek, and Secretary! Ben I to do as to the number and the method of electing the Mayor.

A 8. Dobbs of Fort Pierce and of''the Lord'* ..Supperat wa announced by the Rev. Redding which conferred with you as a free press, perhaps have not given any consideration
The'greatest number of sharks ever brought into the manager of the. Stuart office this service I R,' M. Fenton, pastor of the the Representative vlewl on the civicorganization's f as to the problems of your Representative and t must remind you
at of Salerno in one day 341 was unloaded from four had no comment on whether At the 10:43: a. m. Easter servIce -' The program: A statement by the Representative that I have the Interest progress and feeling of the County of

raft at the plant of Shark 'Industries Division ofThe; BoraComnanv 01 not the strike might be at the church the Rev. W.Q. Hymn prayer and Introductory In the adjoining column I Martin of which Stuart li a part, at heart.An \

'. Monday. averted. He said "telephone wage Aldrldge will deliver hi* sermon address by Father Fentom indicates that tie will call for a I you know, the program as to local bills, together with the ;, \
m n short of 3,000, aharkiJ -, ----- rates have been Increasing right on the long-debated question. Address by the Rev E. C. public vote on the city commission I dlsiwsitlon and voting on Slate matters at this Session will Determine '

J figure was 1.BT2 were' tenson, Ted Metzger aDd Fran-' along, have Increased 73 per -If a Man Die,. Shall He Young "Father, Forgive Them." question. if 1 may be elected again: I feel that I am representing Iho

nought to the pians by it'* fleet fIB Stiller brought In'' 127 the cent since January 1M1" >nd 'Live Again\ ?" Prayer and Hymn. majority of the people cf Martin County, and I promised to be the

n March Vlct-Presldent Price I same day, while two other small In the last two year the raises I Easter night at 7:30: at the Address by the Rev H. t. Representative! of the people and not any special groups.\ I am doing

midi reported.Tt craft 'unloaded 16 each. granted "added approximately church an Easter sacred concert Packard *"Today Shalt Thou Be DANCTSWELLSSCHOOL Just exactly what I think the majority want me to do.
\ recent catches broke ournytar Sharkln'i. good," the men $29.000.000 to the annual pay of will be given by the chiftch choir With Me. "
Prayer and Hymn. As to the many other bill requested by the City, County, and H
production record, heM the cur employees- under the direction of Leon I
Who to tea acier; big predators
the Mews. go, are commenting 'these Regarding wage paid In two Jones, with Mrs. Edna Coutantat Address by the Rev. H. H. BAND'S' School Board I feel that It la my duty to introduce them unless 1:1': ,
Jones, "Woman Behold Thy there Is an unusual amount of opposition. '
Largest catch made consisted to typical job ,classifications here, the organ. The program will 11.
day Just why no- one seem "
I IB brought In Monday bytptiln he stated an operator on a 40- Include: Son. Any or all of the people ale welcome In my store or home todl.scusn \ 1
Charlie Anderson And know except that then Is also hour week is paid *25 to $31 a "Jesus Priceless Treasurer" by Prayer and Hymn. these matter, and I might add that I appreciate the letter

lit Ie Louie Reader on the Hamiwbud. a good run of smaller fish which week and an Installer-repair Bach; "Ave Maria." by BehubeiVMrl. Address! by the Rev. W. O.Aldrfcjge CURRENT} FUND that I receive and will do my best to answer' them. -.

Capt Pnm"" Uor- the sharks follow. man $27 to $M a'week. "la addttlon .Dorothy Tuck.-solo, / ..Why" toJU Thou forakeri -,, Your sincerely, <

-. ......, --- ; non-supervisory tmployts ist; "Ave Verum," by Mozart; Me? -'" MARVIN- H. ROWELL-
are paid overtime (or time "23rd Paalm" by Mallotte; "How Prayer and Hymn.Address -
Raises Be'tween
lEHOCORP.IS E O High School l worked more than eight hours Lovely Are Thy Dwellings," Kenneth well. "I Thirst.by the" Rev.' Phil Max I Moose. Benefit$250 and $300 THE POSITION OF THE NEWS I
a day or more than 40 hours a Stlmmel. lolatst; "Come :: I Saturday

week, and also receive premium Unto Him" Mrs. Sudhoff, soloist Prayer and Hymn. Tin' New thanks Rep. Rowell for making his portion clour.\ .
Class Sponsors pay for Sunday holiday. and and "Listen to the Lambs," "It Address I Finished.by -Father" Mr. Marvin H. Rowell, chairman We Judge from his statement that because of evidenced popular .
BY night work. by Dett. Prayer and Hymn. Fento1\:1 of the, current Stuart Band feeling he has decided to call a referendum ort the city commission ,
Under the current Union demands I
Address hy the Rev. C. Association drive reported today change but /eels that hi* race for Representative obviated the
Supper Dance he said, the operator and PRESBYTERIANS HOLD ncl "Into Thy Hands I : that funds have reached th' need for an election on the fish law, and does not intend to put r
would $38 to $48 week
IT! BOARD get a COMMUNION TONIGHT $2,306 mark, snd will' \ be Increased 1
the1' Installer-repairman $41 to mend My Spirit. referendum on park board or mosquito board "abolishing" legisla
from 1250 to $300 more '
BY BARBARA STEWARTw $77 a week. "On a company-wide A Communion service will be Prayer, benediction and Hymn. I when proceeds of the dance tion.

Step right this way. ladles and basis the union'* demands held by the Presbyterian Church RESURRECTION rponsored by thr Moose Lodge I In latit week's front-page editorial In which :The News called

Performance of Contract gents Come one com all to amount to an average weekly at 7:30: tonight at the Woman' IS I last Saturday night arc turned for a referendum on the fish law, city commklscm change park?
| Charged WitharaLeueei the cheery eld-fashioned box Increase In basic wage rate of Club. ,The Rev. Charte* A. Car- BAPTIST THEME AT over. I board and mosquito board changes, we staled that "the flan law

supper and backwards dance at about $18 an employee" Dobbs riel, pastor of ,the church, will EASTER SERVICES Jim MeYrlman treasurer ol Involves an iKstie on which there has lodg/ bran difference of opinIon

h--"Connty 8 Saturday night. said. "In view of thefact, then speak on "The Meaning of the I the Mootbenefit affair ul In the lost prior election In which this ISMIP: wa* concerned
Tabled I I
at Comtoncrs1 The Rev. Phil Maxwell will
meeting at the court Where? Why, at th* Log Cabin,, such seems large to be wage'no Justification' demands: : for on Cross." New member are wel base hi* sermon on "The Blessings which Stuart banit stUllo'ntlifurnlshrd the people of Martin!, County voted to allow the use! of gill nets, but

*yesterday afternoon,pendIIpil'1lllon neighbor. Don't forget( to'tell comed. of the Resurrection" at the music with H sppelalcrchrtlra not (ir'liiCN in the river." This statement could be and was mucoiiKtfued. ,-
the part of the union."Consequently For the Easter service at 11 a.
Emmy Lou to bring one of her reported:! $250 oil It should have been clearer' and more stieclflc VYe
1 of a 30- Club Dr.
company Woman'
at the
J I, famous box supper and 50 cents,, m. hund/'Mth/'' return still incomplete make Itl to eliminate misunderstanding."It"It was, not
was a move by th* com i of thatfc.oldln' has offered 'the union a ,ear'. Carrie! will give his sermon on Baptist Church.. Special music hereby so any
-JMn to revise It*..contractti and better bring some Jake,, renewal of the present contract, Believing the Fact of the Resurrection. for the hour will be ouered by and asked that all prawns In I meant to if! for to the results of the Representative's race, In which
ti Palm Beach".Aero Corking money yourself with the right to reopen the ." At 7 that night at the the church choir which will having ticket receipts mid Mr. Rowell ran and was' elected with his main Issue the legalizing \
expect to have a grand to him promptly.
/cause we funds
the ladles'lunches. matter of wages at a time when Presbyterian Chapel a youth sing 'Hallelujah to the 'King"unMr of seines, but referred to the last prior referendum of the legalisingof
expressed:\ their dlasat"i ole time. raffling oft changes In conditions may Justify" service will be held with Kenneth the direction of Mrs. O. More than :3)0( attended the Martin County on fishing legislation in 1930, when the County
""" L. Edenfield with Mrs.. B. D. rala affair at Stuart Civic Center
last month with thePIDY'I ''The fellers and gent wont because "the company'saim Lewellyn as leader -00 the voted out seines.
operation at Wltham la to keep -wage on a fair .-What Easter Mean to Fulton at the piano.Mr. ,
have to buy a tlcket/'cause they'llwant Subject It b .tlll.our opinion that the county should have the opportunity
Maxwell will talk on who will leave
the commissioner sent basis for both 'employe!* and Youth." Mrs. '
dollar and to1 the legislation on
to live helr for a specific referendum change : put
i dm 130-day notice March telephone users," Dobbs stated. The church I II cooperating with "Justification Through Faith"at with her husband, Rep Marvin
tor those luelous,,
dimes to bid the botikd by referendum -- which Includes the fLsh law park board
w either make good on al* mysterious boxes.Thl The area manager' reported the Union Good Friday Service the Easter night.lervlce at H. Rowpll and daughters.\ Saturday I
l IaUurea to live up to cer tempting "Southern Bell la continuously tomorrow from noon until I for Tallahassee, said! that and moMiullo board legislation although we emphatically agree .
will give you men a chanclto 7:30: at the church. Special music is thai the Representative: tan and was elected on a platform of
Provisions in Ita. 20-year at bargaining comparing It* wages with other p. m. and the Easter sunrise Fred Rue, treanurer now II
M an duo-foot area on the show well your Jiand to get to eat with wages" paid by concerns here service at the Civic Center at e:I will be given by the men'* choir band contribution and putting through the fish legislation In question.

Wt or lurrender the con- a* gal.a* Them that little for Job requiring similar skill L m. which will ling "Easter Dawn" committee reports. Representative Rowell's agreement to call for a referendum I
pretty "
The 30 day* plus a 10-day school a gals better latch onto t and training since It believe the "I appreciate slncererly she on the proposed changes-in the city commission form of government ;,

** of irace will .explrt April! feller and bring their ;n centl two should conjpare favorably. BusinessMan Tells I said, "the work of the committees will be welcomed by the people of Stuart pros and cons can '

and box supper to this shindig, He laid there are 10 worker American and all who worked both be discussed and whatever the result It will be a definite decision ,:

i* yermllya.jr, ,' cause U they do they'll havt in 'the office here but couldn't In the mall campaign and In The New feels that the same decisive feeling of popular action '
drive, and
of the
..vth corporation- a the time of their lives, we guar lay to what degree telephone Of Cruelties in Shanghai on other behalf angles of the Association I on controversial subjects would prevail if the other three pieces! i
*>r diwu&sion service here might be affected. Japs
J with the
eom"en antee-lit thank the \prople of Martin of legislation were likewise subject to referendum. That is our vlrw. ,
he said limited
However, emergency
yesterday as t th And ladle* and -gal; don'tIOI'IIet la cltteen? We
service would be provided County for their support.! Mr Rowell has stated his View. What yours air a
J Presented their casei and ticket for !
"""fled th other of their to. save _your |to case It became necessary. The A graphic picture of the sordid papers, ''were barred from places Below Is the most rl'Cen"lIst will welcome public expression on this subject on either side above!
the big raffle, we're' gonna had food, of contributions, with exception limit letters to 200 words, about one
and plan*. t.ut.lelt last strike affecting Stuart occurred condltons under' which Allied of amusement poor your signature, but please
-t of Senator Finally,Kvans upon raffle off the prettleat., An''' 'more than a year ago prisoners existed In Shanghai often only 700 calories a1' day, of the Moose dance fund which typewritten page and see that they reach us by Monday of next

|h commissioner** -atKM just cak you you wait ever,an'laid see eye how on.that and lasted nearly 3( hour after the Japanese occupation and enjoyed only restricted recreation will be turned over In the near week In time for Inclusion in trie "Letters to the Editor" column on IB

matter wa* rested toeommUsloners oil Log Cabin looks when its all In 1941 was given Stuart In an adjoining yard: future. : 11.11 the editorial page. ... .
at their weekly I lunch- the prisoners cleaned up and I'II-k ;
to 'see dressed up lit .to killll!I Ummml EDUCAlNWILL Mr. M at Chlsholm's dubbed "happy valle,. .. Rntoit. r.rr.frMr. I .er
MJonr th corporation can and all. ton meeting yesterday Mit n. RED CROSS RAISE.D WEATHER
Lanterns hay has by William Alexander, However, he said the prison- .. Mil II... H r Tillm.lt. ItMr. $6,414 TO DATE THE ,
indeomimilslon't rle Our sponsor; Harry Webb, U..W' M. M>r.h.ll IMr.
i retired Far Eastern manager for era continually sought to better J h* I. Miore IMrt
ordered the following volunteer end Colgate and Palmotyve, -pe.Alennder.1 themselves and the engineers .Oi.flr. R. OnrnUm IMr. Although report from a few ,J: :.." ;,-w': ... ..
Jout .
expiration of the with SUBJECT OF
to help the business BE nH Mr* Jm llnmito* i IMr ... i.MAPRil'
'a order that torn.h 'who spent 23 ,ear doctors, lawyers and other fni II... ''*' ... MmnlnintMr.'tnil .. outlying district still are outstanding c.., II.U "' .rO.T....iratort NiwdlHtaApr.
i.the* of th* affair. ,. I
themselves N. '-- '
deeld* cn* w Decoration\ -r Sara Robert,, In China lived two of them under handymen among MnTrvi* Tnrnr SMr. Mary R Shackelford Mao''_ MI..u.
Emerson Kramer Lurllne\ Green Japanese rule and nine worked miracle In Improving and. Mn. Roll>. lllm.r |lMr chairman of Martin Count"1Red ill.,. '1 .11"
COMMERCE BODY month In a lap; concentration their poor lot, r-r.nk H.lo IMr. Cross'drive announced *6.41417 .- II." .. n UII.
Continued Page .
( eo I. Him. I
ind A.
decide against camp In Shanghai. He stated He told of the} aid the businessmen II..' .Ml. .... 4Uw .. itMr. ha been collected through ...., II.. U ItII. ItII.
had been gave to-1,800 American ..ot Mrfc W. 0. Frnnr I morning. Tbl marks ..
force the prtttnt tnttttiiniimniiiifinniiiHiiiuiiiiiiiin.fCHWARZEI.'KIN that lap plan for war .. .. yesterday' II 11.
vtt Mn. O. U Whli
Called drawn for a long time and be prisoner who were brought to ,.. | art' Increase of $644 over lastweek' I '1 n
one be-drawa upMpui : lI&r.Mn*. forTue.da. Mr. Mil M>* I. C. AiMkmr I A .. tAr ,.. I' ,
1 Civic felt only because some one wa the city by the Japanese later hr'II report.
<* bu* > MED INCRASHCole. at Krtb<
Cl *
..... Center "napping on the Job" were the and described the cruel conditions ... ...1 Mr.. .*......! Trurbr, ,lltHJHk The county campaign officially INCHES RAINrAU. "
....bl.. .. Aprils-An,. 1 lap blow at Pearl Harbor and under which they and prisoner Do......... ., .....'" .M i 'closed, March :as with $4,000 Ii.... ..as. ,

tlrarlttei here..* tavnUraUngMM A' round-tab;!; discussion on Manila possible.He in other camps In thatsection I II.1110., ..: II...Ck.n Mr. .K" .k. .. i as Its quota and M\III\ Shack l. ;
wash .( a lithtwelfM experimental "How Proper Educational\ FacUl- said his captors were virtually of the country were i lr.4 Mm. RntertMr K Urm/h* ford has expressed her plan. whUhbreath tie Can Aid Prosperity In Martin Inhuman thought nothing forced to exist. He said Red Cross ? M Mr*. H. lUhii I thanks for the county'* enthusiastic THE

death U u.'d".aer County"'wlll be held at the of torture regardless of an Individual's package arrived la port but I :a o.. : response to this annualappeal ,'..

.and builder., WHUam T. Graff.; general meeting ft the Chamber physical condition and were never delivered and be She expected final flguve .

.* wa* kUHl whea bta dBglettftut of Commiree at the. Civic continually sought to aggravate himself often went four day at FIGURES UNAVAILABLE to be ,available next week. bilk tii bv -- -.->,-lot St. Licit .Mrtfl. .

an-nMUl raft ring44 Center *C a p. m. next Tuesday. and Irritate prisoners to a point a time without k bit to eat because '' Tuesday wal dU:1C deadline for .. OMkM'Hiir .... Itk SUMu*tllMu '
<< MM ... ...* cr**** after''the 'Three citizen 'repreaeoUUve* where they could be accused of the food offered them wa* filing exemption t TO ATTEND LEGISLATURE ,.. ....11.. rot.. ..... lieu. II.. ..I.. t
: II toiiM*
wtafi. i.H..i.i< In a ve.WHausm .< and three pro!eutbnal school authorltle a mllldeec1..and then", either be absolutely inedible. However, he to. avoid the delinquency penalty Senator Evan Crary of the '"."Mr' H. MM | Mil* '

..... etterto at the win spitjk. "* Injured or laid -during.hi* detention then LI > per cent plus advertising 12th Senatorial District and ". ril. tll:>. ;
jttt> U.*..*). ,**....Mocked' "This I* on* of &the mast 1m-' He rI'n.: In 'considerable w r* only. two suicides and two costs. Although County' Tax Assessor : Representative Marvin H Row ,./,. '"

hy the buckled, wiW portant meeting of the ,...,." detail the camp where he with natural death In hi* camp and A. C. Coorson felt that ell of Martin County will leave ia i Hi1 Ji1? % ''IK1AMt. t

Orate h tltt hr iWUUwW said Leslie BerlUtt, program 1.100 other' businessmen,, called very few hospital case, most ol those Uglble did file, thl*week end to attend the opening : 11 Is*} t>>M *UAtr. >
_, I.' gehvanel., sMaat-- committee member. >and an "war criminals'" by. the I Japa. Alexander finally war repatriated he had no ilguita available this the tint 194T session of the .1 l > lt tillAt '"

*>t .Staart. members J buatnasa men and parents war* imprisonedThey got only wltb 170 other. from' the week but believed h'$ would' by State Legislature" to Tallabaiae* AMI> t .U.. a.u. Kit!..<*. .'.*.1 '*''>'*'

,iIiti'' ii '"'l iii tftli lIIIIII," IIH"11! .should, attend. ,:: Japanese propaganda' la news* (CentlOMd .MI r (* 1- next Thursday, .. Tuetday, Apo<.,.,., .u... .I''.' ,.... .'!.

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I ,' Stuart News Weekly Market. Basket Page .1.1I

.. mn.i.muniniinNunimiJENSEN Mr. and Mrs Carl \ -
mnmiiiiiiuiiHiMiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiliiiiiiiHi'ii/" PllKherlII:
\ "I' one Is growing trees tor 1 I I"f iiimiiiiMHimiHHciimiiiniiiimmiiiiI / l / should talc Immediate action to I troduced at the coming term of for a yacht basin In the fit Lucie J. V Johnson Mrs' aw, I !
I replace It with a new and modern our legislature by our Represen.i .' river NEWS. (Continued: on Ivssd
fit who \ forest BEACH page
allows Tires to Its
I See Where. sign: i tatlve, Interest In the city will The Bell Telephone Company
1 their annual toll, The city has recently' placed reach a fever heat.. expects to have its"new switch
by W II (Rill) MitchellIllllhlllullllllmllllnHllllllllllllllllllll, large new speed signs at the en-j An added asset to the businessof board here Installed by April By Charlotte Helller !
frances to Stuart on the federal the town Is the opening of thenew first This will give Martin ................I 1 mnlllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIMIIIII/ IIIIIIIII FOX INFANT
highway. Hope the law enforce. I shop featuring homemade. County more prompt and efficient IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
'I I The city's large sign at the I ment officers exercise their authority 1 candy I service I Mr and Mrs. John Alrd, who! won by Mr* Minnie Klpp .and j AL R INK
north /Mid of the St. tucle River In holding down traffic I It Is rumored that there will The new swimming pool and have spent Line season here, have Mrs. Gideon Others present !
bridge was damaged almost beyond I through the town, I be considerable!>> real estate activity filter plant has been completedat I returned to their home In Late were Mn Charles Nelson Mrs no Best n Can Net
'I I The baseball season will open In and around Salernosoon Sunrise Inn. Pleasant X. Y Mri Adolph
EA during the recent! C H. Alderman
repay coon Let's go out and. support I U plans materialise Dalsted and Mrs. BUT OND%
The fathers It* strange how nicknames of Mr and Mrs. C V. Hertel, Mrs Lewis Gamble
windstorm ,
= : ., city. .- our !team Jensen Beach. our thrivingand boyhood days follow you daughters, who have occupiedone 8 Robertson and Mrs. K. i,
... -- -- your R 1
...,...- -I IL 1 Stuart has a new. Industrywhich progressive neighbor has developed through life A certain Stuart of Segeslrom cottages lor Ward AV"re
is and The J. a community spirit that
up coming months, have returned I
W. Ollwn: Co. makers of high other towns could well afford to businessman who's father was a the past two Mr and Mrs W. C. Johnson e'
wl 1 Mf. I grade tackle boxes The writer I'' copy The writer has not found butcher In a Pennsylvania town,1 to their borne In Wis entertained at an Easter egg M PALM Bs,
got the nickname of 'Butch"He consin. '
1 hat own Informed that number a resident who Is not a booster at their fl4
a and buffet supper { Dr.
never did like the name. Some H. Gould hunt ge Phone
I 11
; of orders have been, placed i for his town, I recent vtlstora from his town Mr. and Mrs George Bradenton home Sunday afternoon. Present
1 Wont of our successful men left Wednesday for rTON'S
with the local concern. Their Mr. and Mrs Allen Kendall --
In to renew old acquaintances were
dropped been employed
I U have succeeded by pasting Beach. They have
product o[ high grade.
aiTtmmedlately began, at Bejrmour Inn during the
Stuart needs an optician or through the door marked push '
oculist and a florist shop Be-I Instead of pull. calling him Butch Don't ask winter Ma>wn.
lieve the town could support Stuart, the BIO little city on I questions Mrs B I. Williams, who have SUND
both businesses. I the East Coast, can brog of a REPRESENTATIVE been at Pitchford's Camp, hat
The town should lend Its sup! lot of honors We won the baseball MOVEMENT returned to her home In Youngstown -
port U the newly organized Lit pennant In the league this I Ohio. DRUG b 'DRIES 'METICSSUN
i ;i +W'' dE tle Theatre group This organization I pout season: Had an undefeated I The Rev. Edward I C. Youngof Mr., and MM Chas Sniper TAN OILsUtf SHAD 'SUN GIAST rJ
id.N IN a credit to the community -"I veterans football team; our high 1 Hobe Sound Is the county and Mr*. Barbara' Sniper left CANDIES TttBACCENTRAL JEWELRY
and tends to !bring>> 'school band won first place In : representative of Spiritual Mobilization -: Monday for fulaskl, y Y. They '
(the latent. talent among Its nil events In the band festival; a newly-created move,I have been at Hendry's Cottages SODA NTAIN
,tt-ns It exercises cultural ; fce have a State senator and the {I
| for the past six months. SODAS ICE SANDWICRISNCWSPAPF
op-1 I ment to Communist Infiltrations
I famous Zack I '
fluence In the community cartoonist Moslcy
: '
The political pot Is slartlnfl'! ills to think of a few. It was announced by i
Mrs C. W.
her slater and family
!ROAST 65c boil again. With division of Dredging has been started by Dr. James W. Tifield, Jr.. director' Browning, In Tallahassee. Itieou Next to ,P, O. noon Beach
inion on the new bills to be In- the Simp Harbor organization et his office In Los Angeles I Ij.tJ
------ '-- __ __ Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hartman
if Jr.. and 'daughters, Karene and
q Kay, moved this week to Stuartto
Tim inlears make their home.
Our | ljears Mr and Mrs John Cum t", flyT
who have been at Ocean Breeze,
and Mr. and Mis Ronald Cum-
rM Gr sty who have been. at Mrs EAT
vit .
at 0
Loietto Vincents cottage, left
Sol : Friday for their homes In New-
< 4aA1 .NIIG fKNG, N" GQ 1a :1 fane, N. Y. PRODUCE >CROCERinS
( +, f1AD Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gamble, .
and Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jennings COURTEOUS SERV
I vift'a o Rath/s Tend'r'' spent Saturday In Went
I Palm Beach at the races. r
CI I SIb.55cWHOLE i Mrs. Seymour Gideon was hostess 2nd and Alu i JW Broom
OKED HAM to her bridge club Tuesday
a afternoon.High score prizes were
Lath's Ela Hawk Sliced I For Prole a B Vitamins ,
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66 Dads d Bargains

CAKE 2-lb. achDONT 79 '; Mrs George the Ladles Osborn Missionary, Sr. entertained

: j ... r..o .,. .. Society Wednesday afternoon at
her home after a short devotional

Misl You wea'tSale
( IT) g Be;
; given by Mrs. George Os
Believe I born Sr. she also read an article Every ,
I baalBOatfiali -The Meaning of the
I !i -v & p WHOLX PEELED 7 rU IG The I Cross", Sandwiches, tarts cake Mon., ,Wed., Fri.., r9145A.11
; NO., 2 l/a Price I and coffee was served to the
: 33c 3.4 w i allowing\ : Mrs 8. D. Bever Mm
i1 : CAN g oil / Tags! i Harriet Allen, Mrs. Rebecca Patterson .
a Mrs Martha Whittle, 'WIRA k.a
+f1Ae r I Mrs. TUIIe Hulta, Mrs J, P. WU-
I j'I I i I bar. Mn Gladys Perry, Mrs J.
I J. McCullum, Mrs W. L. Merrltt r
CRANBERRY SAUCE E SAN 23c Mrs. O. D. Quigley and the hostess .

Mrs. George Osbom, /Sr,
MI\ and Mrs. Ed Hahm and
r ARMOUR'S STACORNED OAK\ daughter of Akron; Ohio, are

I"I BE SIICANZ 29c 0 U Earle tilling and his Mrs uncle.Earle.Mrs W a tv 11eARkf

; I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Korson left R
f fM + Saturday for their home In Erie,
Pennsylvania, after three weeks y ASliayMar.
:M / .
here e roby ,
I'I visiting Mn Korson's cous-
'' yr ft Rome Or Wines L s.A| & P Cream Style IN in, Mr. C. L. Mooney and Mrs. war 40e'tin
ir,' j Corn, no. 2 can 17c Mooney
r y.t, I ;APPLES 3 A&P scenic.--I 15-tos. Box Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith left !' eelywl itoy tft,;
Saturday for Sodas
Point. New
Raisin 27c M'TS \'ork. They bought the Lee De-

I :; l lI "Creen Top--2 Bunc ITiTcoChickVn..-25-Ib, Big Loach south cottage of Salerno.Mr. on the. old highway } log

I SCRATCH 1.10 and Mrs. Leon Owyer left
f'll. CARROTS 1 PRIME WESTERN BEEF Monday for their home in Tom's BELL BREA'NE
River, Hew Jersey, Mr. Gwyer Ktr ioR

:.. '; CRISCO SirAn] or Round Steak ."..... .................. .... ...Lb. 63c was employed with Captain
Whltlcar In Sewell's Point last BAKERSEASTER
Iceberg -2 Head; Ten \r Pot Roast .' ,...._............ ........ ..I.........Lb. 39c winter

i I II LETTUCE T\ Can 3LB. 1.43 Stand\g Rib Roast ... ..... ........................:.............Lb. 55c and.Mr. daughter.and Mrs. Shelby C 1 as McCulley a Jean

-- Verdi Mae and Mary, Mrs. L. M.
--"' -- --
I', Oat Meal Arnold and Ebron Watson at-'
Fresh )lapp 8-oz box 13c tended the Fifth Sunday meetIng ..
ASPARAGUS Klsslmmee last week end/ ,
7 % mallard* Mr. and Mrs J. A. Allman and' ls I
; Bunch ** !!lour, 5-lb. box 57c SWIFTS PREMIUM LAflB children, Keith and Mildred, ... ar. /
I I Mary Clyde Norris, Alfred Peder-I ... A Family (fairThat

111 N, I Main ro X Cereal 13c Legs ... .. .......... ...... Lb. 59c ten Watson Mrs of Ella Indlantown Prescott attended and Mr .
) ." POTATOES Shoulders Naif of Whole Lb. 35cUALITY the singing convention In Mlakka I I J. .1T/Reaort',
C n.er
City Sunday
i to Lb,. S IFTS lie There will bean Easter pro- TIfIS: FAMILY STO/E
tram at the Southern Methodist
r. Church Sunday ." STOCKED ITS WITH
Mr, and Mrs O. J. CeLoacb SHELVjS
WESTERN PORK/1XIN) ROAST and eon. Jlmmle spent Sunday \ QUALIT/
at the home of Mr. and Mrs L.

11 Loin Roast "..+_. .................................,....:.,.;..""''i;..... __Lb. SOc E.J.DeLoaco B. Sanders and family.of Homestead MEATS, GROCERIES A D PRODUCE

ISO' ,36; Center Cut hops,. _, .....................:_.:..._.......:.... .........Lb.' 55cLb. Mr. and Mrs Austin Mullins of
Sound. Mrs. J. A. Bennett To Help Au
and daughter, With n
I Midget and Mrs. y
I +Ii y{ I It. .: : .< Sallie Willis of Hahlra Georgia. ,,Special EaVer DinX a
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I i t. BACONRath's ; ; were week-end guests of Mr and

1'' i iI 'Nabisco Ho ey Maid nfack Hawk ..:_... -. ....:: ............... CSc Mrs Bennett Emory: accompanied DeLoach. Mrs.Mr Sanders i. A.- A VISIT TO OUASTOR IU,
I i Graham-.lgLb. Bo: RMSEC t \I borne> for a three-day visit HELP YOU PLNUT
\ CRACK RS 23c HAMS The Ladles' Missionary So-
DYES cty will hold-a chicken supper EASTER; DAYVf U.
'r ;Cold BISQU Me K 20-02.. Bo:23cTeaBLe 3 ,25c Rally? or..Swiftj (Premlumix ,- :"..Lb,. 55c to at I the p.school n Wednesday house from night 1:10: MAKE JT A HABIT| o.SHOP,

1 \ .r PKGS. Half or Whole (fLderwed) Tickets are now being sold and
\ .- : proceeds "'IJIo to the Missionary
: 'i T10-02. Jar NO LIMIT Society of the Southern MethoAM TAN
'Ice Cr am Mix 29c FRYERS ,. '( Church. -


T"" r ;,Pickle Itch Dill Mix e resh Killed, Dressed and'Drawn "'". ._....;..... .Lb.: 65c ,7 NY'S.
I' PIC LES 2Ocu DREFT31c 2 toJ Lb.
; 'Average ", To Uy's Milk Today '

(22-0s. Jar) BOX Produced
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ml STUART NEWS, STUARTe Martin County, ,'oriel&, THURSDAY, IPRn J. 1'11 PAGE'r i=, 'ii'i



.- STUART IS 4TH Stuart Morrison Field Open TIGERS SUFFER Ladles }to Have least would house's contact be counter served her.at Lunch the club'also't '.,. ," ';{I t ".;1') ',


IN PALM BEACH 3RD LOSS PLAY Special Day '\, : t t tf I I q ,

BI Baseball Season Here \ I
Sunday fESM
At Golf Course

'la an effort to spur feminine fI.\l.

nASEBAU. owntrs managers 11 Points) Ed Howard The Stuart SaJlflshcrs, 1946 champions of) the semipro -I Cocoa Nine Overcomes Interest In activities at the Martin NYL ,,1-,1,1: ,,1\\ \

D played aDd writers often CM be Wins First jn East Coast (:lades League, will open their 14-game Early Lead to Win 25-10 County Golf and Country

-oigT so can baseball tons-whs Pole Vault season at 3 p. m. Sunday when they clash with Morrison' Tuesday Night Club Mrs L. A. Arbogast of East I j :/ r"ll
Xon.1( Irks to admit It. Field on the EaRL 4th St baseball diamond. 4th St ha announced plans for BAIT STI G "

Her II MM from u ardent Palm Beach High School with Manager John N. Mann said ---.- Martin County High 'School'* forming a ladles auxiliary with : I I.. "
(Ourk) country rooter! more men In uniform on the his team this year will be strong and Jrd baseman and Harris R Warn weekly "meetings at the clubhouse Smoothe d alter then ,
baseball still Its
why don you fellows admit thai' field than the other three competing defensively In every position, Lowery Jr. Bill Armour, Charles, first triumph, takes bn Seeking Its. fourth on the course. other Ii t equal test. ; :Ii..
schools combined
great ban players ,ot mod. easily Stiller, Bobby Harrell James Braided an recessed by
H the made off with top honors on Its but he has failed to fln'd much and null opponents of the season Mrs Arbogast said she expected : iour
come from Black and Francis Williams i careful
m Um. the "ladles' day at the golf special w, q t
offensive in two here next
and to games
Anderson power plans
In I
the Ozark country Friday a outfielders. methods b leases '
where" they c.n'l'UA' quadrangular.track meet for \Its hold and extensive batting session Of the seven likely/' membersof week. course"next week Idea although to get she under and way her ate gil n4 ease '
sod throw I mesa third-straight cinder triumph of tomorrow afternoon to ( the mound staff, Mann has Tuesday aflernon at 3:30 the greater J/ i II, 'r'1of ;
husband who Im- Mad 'n 1I
are on an eating.
nisi ,
Arkanaaa; MI..OIIrl, the season, sharpen up his attack Twenty- only 13c bee and Griffin to toss Tigers will play host to Palm social t III 1 1NORWIC
promptu committee,' are from SO
tests to
Oklahoma aDd Tell"' The final scores' read Palm three players have turned out from the left side He mentioned Beach Junior College, and Wednesday undecided on which day shouldbe
I uy I mean IIIcb I Beach 188Vi' polsts. Vero Beach for the practices the past three several he thought might start' at the same time Vero selected Tuesdays and Thursdays I '
fellow, II Dean. 33'/' Okeechobee City IS and weeks, and Mann Is allowed to throwing Sunday but said he Beach will be here for a return have been chosen .u the- LINE COM NY I ,
Bubb.11. PepperMarlin Stuart 11. Teams keep a roster of size until clash. Both contests will be ,3
from Fort any Uldnt feel he could decide for beat two, she added ; I
played on the East 5th St. diamond -
Warnekiud 'f
Lauderdale and Miami which after the first game when it certain! before then. i
otherl. Ala6 Acre expected to enter this meet, must be cut to 20 not Including The Sallflshers will\ play each, Some special feature for the N WICH, N.r, l4Sotd
this Cardinal ball failed to show up the manager of the seven other teams In the Tuesday night at Cocoa the day would be organized( each '! ;
-- i ibasts.
club th.t whipped The 13-man Tiger team, although He said he 1 l unsettled on any league twice on a home-to-home Tigers fell subject to a flurry fteek Mrs Arbogast said Those by I"I ::1 ,
the eastern Dodfp,"Mwtlatn definitely outclassed In portion of the starting lineup, The other league members of errors In addltiort to 15 base, not playing golf could play LEAD C HARDWARE {/f ,1,
sod the ...\\ern bridge or other games, and she ,
both experience and and didn't expect to select It anal and their managers Include on balls dished out by their two and I
Bed Sox last year? 'W. htV the ability just before game time Those Lake pitchers and lost 2510. Wlllard Invited all who are InterestedIn 5 ORTS STORES ,
nevertheless Worth, Bud Ward Mor-
and arms In this rugged eo_ created a stir and ; JOHN N. MANN the plan to come out, at ?If If'J
legs that U,. East doesn't hav," brought a cheer from Its fans who figure (In Mann plans Include rison Field, Lt. Rlchman; Belle I Wells started for Stuart but was or I:)

try Jn and hanging around when Ed Howard despite an Injured Charles Hall and Horace Glade, Bo Pugh and K. E. Shiver relelved by Pete Henry In the ''J! ,
Arnold catchers, Milton Davis, co-managers Pompano A. B Umpire Sunday will be Fred 4th Inning In the midst of a alx-
ankle, vaulted ;
pole f ft. (
with (he Cardinals one of Our fa I '
Herbert Rice, Warren Snipes, Richardson Boynton Walton and Arthur Parks the run Cocoa uprising. 'I'
volts ball \dubs! w'* begin a ought. tn to take Stuart's only first ; I. H. Har- "DINE and DA
checkup. place. The event was first on' George Brooker and Woodrow lell; Pahokee J. T. Boyantonand Stuart manager said Admission Stuart struck out for a 5-1 j I'j

In a vague way, we alto had !Ow the program and coupled with: Munch, 2nd basemen; Ray Hels- ,J. D. VueU co-managers will be 50 cents The Stuart teamIs I'lead In the first l'/i innings, but I j I
Idea that this f.itrunnlnt bard. Beach Brooks' fifth place In the: Icy, lot baseman Bit Bebee, and Clewlston, Bill Martin. sponsored by the Junior a.\ six-run Cocoa rally In their AT t i

throwing hustling team was a prod lame event gave Stuart a temporary George Griffin and Robert Johnson At the completion of the sea- Chamber of Commerce half of the 2nd-Shoved them Y '

act of th. cottonwood trill,, h. cflun- lead In the meet. pitchers, Jesse Arnold eon In July, the.top four teams Mann said today he had not ahead 7-9 and In the 3rd frame \1''
pitcher and let baseman made It 8-5 But Stuart SEYM'S' INN
tar where t IDIII bane arms And legs However, Palm Beach took 13 ; Elmer wUt- ngage tn a Shaughnessyplay< received the full official schedulefor they lrlF'
and take desperate chancti. But' firsts and tied for another In the I I160event Graham pitcher, shortstop and ) as before This and other the season, but that Stuart made a last effort good for five
a different answer .la 3rd baseman; Paul Thompson, Jinal plans ,for the season were tallies in the top of the 4th to
we nn across all would play other game at
program swept every TASTY '
checking with JH .world'i chlm- places In three events and as a pitcher and 2nd baseman; Hank adopted at a meeting ot managers home so the teams second go ahead for the last time 10-8 I '

pans result rapidly rolled up a tre- Pennoclt pitcher and shortstop, with( league president Ward !game April 13 will be away. The After that Wells was batted out Mixe rinksce on Draft j
Fr erample--tfc r WM. EMS mendous score that eventually William Berry, catcher and 1st i In Lake Worth Sunday which I full schedule will be carried in and Henry couldnt atop the '

tniAei ("Ontrr)) SUwbler. a I was nearly, 2ft times greater baseman, Marlon Tetter, 2nd_Mann attendedELEVEN : The Stuart Mewl next week tide HE GENE ON T SOLOVOX : r: '
.* Oardloalhymlk --- As a matter of fact both sides "
Ml player as typical than the other schools' score 1"
a any man ').a can sal combined I BUTTONSTO 'Hi-Hook" Captain Sanders. I were guilty of numerous miscues S KS and SSAFOOD j
GOLF and Stuart was granted 14 "
wit arm
-* kn player rnat TOURNEY
''M! a p.Ir''et faaMylnf. legs. Two Oulfstream Conference I LUCKY ANGLERS Margaret McHenry, Detroit I I i free tickets to first base, but OUR SPECiALTJen i /.
records were broken I In the meet I .
Mich h
.xctnlry" Slaiflitw akould have buttons Bronze Button 7 Cocoa managed to make better
.... IfplcU OimrkUa. Bat we Herb Henderson of Vero Beach Sallfish and certificates loot 2 Inch Charter craft use of their gifts. in addition the i em Beach SET OUR GIDEON ,:
discovered that Bloar"ler came j: completed the 100-yard dash In P PLANNED E HERE E were Issued by Stuart Sailfish "Buckal' ON Captain Ford Car- I hosts pounded 14 hits off Wells I
10.1 sec, and Oarnet Club this week to::' Owner ,
Knowlesof ter
tnm Rankers, N. 0., and h* rat his i J and Henry while the Tigers were I. /
alan ta tile .Boith. Atlantis,league Palm Beach tripped the 220- Mrs. Bess Bartlett, Louisville John R Ellis Glen Cove limited to a weak four by three I I I f{ I

with C.llllllb'G.. yard dash In 23 sec, An all-day free picnic Ky.w Bronze Button 8 foot LINY'-,Release Button -? Charter Cocoa tiurlers II; .
Well what about Georf John i In addition to points won In golf tournament will be held 10 Inch Charter craft "Oannet" craft "OanneV Captain.t Lamar Howard led the Stuart I

("White)") ICurowikl .af good t the' vault Stuart also gainedtwo starting at noon Wednesday at Captain ,A. A. Whltlcar A. Whltlcar batting with two hits. In three ENJOY YOUR DINNER I :.'hIN .I
third baseman ai you 0 meet today I other fifths a fourth and a the Martin County Golf and Eleanor; Bartlett, Louisville Ray Penrose, Salt Lake official trips to the plate. Jerry I 1 '

Thltey" Kurowikl tame from third. Paul Mlspel wavered but Country club It was announced Ky., Bronze Button a7 foot Utah --Release Button cltY'j Snipes and Wells collected the I J .

Beading Pa, playing with Port I placed fifth In the mile run yesterday by Fred L. Ball president Charter craft "Oannet": Captain ter craft Bamblna' other Tiger blngles. Shipes find\ "

Bwuth Ih the Middle Atlantic league Harris "Cowboy" Wall got a of the county golfers'. ai- A. A. WhiucarO O Johns ;i, ((onlimirit tin vafP in) OUR GRILL .,.
where" b< hit only.; "388. fifth In the high Jump and soclatlon a Woodruff, Wayne HI, ._.I I '

(fourth In the discus and the 880- 'The occasion will be open to '.-Release Button -Craft "Oannet" ;
Com From, Everywhert yard relay team got the third. WITH
Captain A, A. Whltlcar.
everyone; club members, their!
Hirty Marion\ certslifly! mint be On this team were Ted Bishop, (friends, visitors and the publicin Louis Kelly, Minneapolis; Minn II OUR, ENTIRE ,STAFF IS !."i. t .

a number of the cottonwood trafLBut Arthur Henry Jack Thompsonand general, Charles H. Rue, association -Release button Charter AT' YOUR DISPOSAL TO YOUR FAVORITE DRI j : I .:,:
we And that Marty tame prom Emerson Kramer. secretary, said The craft 'Oannet" Captain A. A.:
Richburf. .. c.. befort moving to Others who made the trip for picnic at the club house will be Whltlcar, HELP YdU PLAN,'THATDINER WL i '

Rochester for Us tMttball"education. Stuart were Willard Wells who free but there will be a small Dexter Cunimlngs. take Forest.\ ... WE CARRUA COMPL E I ; I II

Marty was with Rochester entered the 100, 440 ,and 880- entry fee, for the, tourney, Rue Ill.-Release Button, Charter
HUM yearn before they oeclaed hi yard runs, Runt Griffin who put said craft "Peter Pan" CfcpUlrt( Ted

could handle an InAcld rap. the shot, Roger Ross who com The new golf club bags will be Preston. RARTY Line of Choice LIDUOf/S, WINESTASTY
But what about Stanley Frank Mu- peted In the shot Marianne W. Button
put and Javelin offered as prizes In the tourney Cincinnati I ,
ala!. possibly the heat *n.around ball Jim Bowden who ran the one to the best men s score and Ohio-Release Button _, and COR I S
player la the game? Uualal reports 120-yard high hurdles and Ru- I the other for the best feminine Charter craft "Peter Pal)"' Cap- LUSCIOUS CEAN-F SH SEAFOODS
from Donor; Fa,. and almost hb dolph Krueger who competed In tain Ted Preston.
score The tourney will be
milt early career was along tb.Atlantlo the 220 and James M Cincinnati. -BROILED WCSTEjft STEAKS AND fi.
440-yard rums Bishop ; 18 holes, with the first nine to Hutton, Jr., i.
I iMboarduntil' b* came,ta also was In the 100 and broad- be played with only one club and Ohio Release Button'-- SLAVISH DELICWUS FOOD : 'I

the Cardinal sly yean ago, lump, Henry In the 220 and the second nine with a full set Charter craft "Peter Pan" Captain CHOPS, SHELL FISH I
Terry Moore iamt up from IlemtUs broadjump Thompson Ted Preston. Prepared by Mr. anld IVVs. J. F. (Morn Y ,
Bowie Pollet from New Or- In the 220 The club to be used by each Individual -
ind Kramer In the 1 Mrs. Mary Seery, BalaOrnwyd 1:1
kini. javelin and over the first nine ', I
Johnny Schojhdlenit Beailey: worked Is from In T theEast n- broadjumpWall'also was In thehigh holes will be selected by a drawIng Pa. ....: Bronze ButtonS and P/>') Felfcn 'i I ,'I
hurdles foot, 4 Inch Charter craft
souse. the city being Naihvlll at 120"yards and Rue said \
The Oiwk landscape certainly' has ,Klspel ran' the 880. I The whole affair Is being held lId !t.J
sect .ta Its than tt peat ball Uy.era. Knowles, who broad jumped In conjunction with the Wed- PERFECT RECORD FROM Ice Col/ Premium BEER .

MM than tt.. ....*. 18 ft. IK\> in for a first, was the nesday afternoon closing of all O'ame BAR / COCKTAIL OUNCE \ 'I
State and Fresh -
1)1.\ swprialnf hew many has ,day's only double winner... Stuart businesses which gets I ON DRAFTStLucie iety, '
Water Fish Commission
Wilt,el these hareVrunlBf. '. The summary: ; under way next week. PACKAGE COO\S .
... ...,... 11 convictions on as arrests 'L ;r
tkr.wlnf, htrl-affcUnj Cardinal: asa 10' 4.H. .. IV'.. 'ta.. many 't 1
.... ...... '
|Pat a Ki l I mi). ArrafcU for Illegal hunting In Mar- !
either .
.suck beach rr111. I.(rat Wriihl tot. Tin*', till, ,
Ourk laatociai Rut this Catdlnalana 111. .H: d..k-.13, K.uwl . N.... H.hWf Pot, Will lit, Stunt... 11'01. tin County during 1945 and 1948. 1 II
IVBI.. .. I ........ .. .
h ate If tile ,ietetl t aid mwtvfcrly r o 8Umkauirk /IPBI WrllM 1/ 111 ft. I l ', <
.. ...
lot H Bmllfc (11'11' Tl lit r".at' Bar
hseetln'--Oioooeble' (PHI. a SCHEDULE COMPLETED
I taws seen They an aDmlUreaars I 44.-,01. nil_ Bootb (PHI) MoM.... (Pit Will", 'IPBI., Hrulr. PHI', Cnneb
welthehav, a4hrMtftloed : (fPh(. N.bon. (VBl." H..... (lot), kckl.,4. (PI> IMvtMM.' Ill (L IK! 'IKr W
sad always I (PHI. Tlnn. uses., I ';'Hl junr-G: Kiu fl.. '(I'HI.. K.Y. Tampa. April I -National HEADQUARTERS FOR SAILFISHtRMEN; I ,
friendly. eae-rd ryareePr. .,. .
Cb 5PBI. .
( Calnah.w' (PHI
'V. KM.U. (P|> Klltou 'Pat. W.".... i.Pili.Calhan' 5051.. I/.ta.. U It. ay In. Airlines completed a round FORMERLY TOMMY'S BAR AND ,GRILL I, lt' +11,;
Ion (reciteTIunHil.r Nish Iuae--Leonard IPr) kid Pra.ee the clock schedule for Florida

I still an colas Ozark my old Boy tob.ccoehew':i iI I' ColIlM..C IPBI.. awe'//Pa(VBl.. L.1m."'''".Iva 194..), i..i a.Va...>..sled.: (PHI fur' "fist... ,.or:(bird. .\ (W.II Pet 19)kid. three principal cities, THE LIGHTHOUSE A VISIT WILL CONVINCE;. YOU '' II i I
Te .L .1.1.1. I ft. I. ..... vllle; Tampa and
bf ml. Lou Warneke. who could IK r*. hoot k.rHta .-WI.M (FB), i foil ..un+-Hm .ril (IS). .N....,. week with Inauguration Jacmn-.I BEER BY THE CASE
wash dowa a big bunk of tobacco 'fertwritht 11'8'. W,ek* (FBI. praRs (POS. Eo.. IPN... ...c.II/plI./ rroebo f1w'l i.
.. I
,, (Ices Kimtlr IPr Ttix/ ,til (tat 'eitr'" s IL a I. !stop flights between h
ith a bottle of beer Lon, from 10.,4.. lee bsruea-wr.he. Pal) ..d. 1.- -. .-.. .. l i{, :' .
Ml Ida, Ark., held the all-around Cio>... (lees> tM for II.... WIN*. JHI.
MacoKhewing w,__. (PHI.. Kunntor' (11'81. Tin. .ilU.M .
ehamplonahlp.; B* 4. ratar woo ky Piln area
au no sueceiaor on the Cardinal: (;tkuiirk .l mk uik, Anndrll C KMW. THE JI "
today bolt l| O0.eebabne, "' ; .1...., tklrCIdl "FOOD"

The CardlaaW" manager, Eddie Tlw.rods. ..._-'"" b* Pala ..... BEER LUNCH OFT DRINKS JOIN THE THRONG
Dyer ta probably but dMorlbijl, as (Mrt/aef Loe..I1.taI. _. r
ek..ebbw.. tftomtt P..l" reach bled r4'u
i tM ,
exact oppoalte ol Leo Daticher. -
Tim. 1.11:1Hlto AL ilia to THAT'S TEMPTING
,hli bottnl" ,. '
rival another great III... rl j-WM kr Tmlm IwkIBoMk. Attend the
I Weed. J. Smltb. Nolkrll'' PilnSrKk h0'
i graduate of RIM Mnndi OkMikokn." tklrdt 1'.'. CHICK IED STEAK SANDWICH N t., tai Ras THAT'S DELICIOUS I IfDO
ItiUlul. fa Texas, OlIO of the load- Inrk. 'D.....' V... ' lag IiuUtutlons of learning. ta this llMt. n we s at THAT'S ECONOMICAL
tounlr IMi. C. KI.. 4VS.
) The rumor la that h* was W.m.11 1..0..... (Ivan and Hnikv.x Open( 9iO\A.: M. 'til 2:00: A. M. RACat
a Phi Beta Kappa R. was also a < tM the ,........ I>"&o"' ton AT
mtball 3'/i Miles NorthW Stuart n Fed. No. 1CAN'TXBEAT i
ilr. .
on* of tb* best In Tex.as
.. VSk.TheWorld'i6 .
ras I Wonull IIPa.( a Hint ( '
la Us tin*. foil Is a quiet soft. ) xOU' THE JINX

spoken( Texas who has taw or.... r the e ,a '
Sortie with umpire or anyone alas "THE ELBE GOOSE"When P ,
hi deal seal that h* hewn bin 1 '+if ,

.ha..1M*., Asa ea..,.miner... farm league 1)'Item"naurerbaeadlag .' be CIS.I VICTORY B Your Appetite \\Kfn and You Want! A PALMV BEACH t tKenne

tbcf haDplayen.'wherer Hearty. Satisfying Meal, TMt Is the Place to Come

had retired fuse }huehall to IS WH E YPU CAN GE Our Meals Are Uf-efully Prepared

"Iwe'"* If the .a ..-- with hIS '1'AY EFRESHiNG SOF You Get Courteous. pes tive Service and Prices, Club
hrauwfs .ta B.Mlu. Teo., wLes -"5 t
Silky Are ea nably
.".*.. ,Supreme '
!.? seasTer aim W{. M tm I AJ
IIIDr Snrihwarth. BAIT CAST : LINE ( NI LY a aE

,A: tee.iou-l ai Dyer **.!.* to! BLUE R BEER d -
Is aothlng /ion about him. akCsu

?ask* doll'T.xu set lobs the bat blocking\. Ing Line ,a et and ON AUGHT YOUR FAVO/1TE DRINI L AS YOU LIRE IT ( pt Su ay) 1 f

:*. *: side. 'Dyer football has u tba] w2ect stronger .t ter oofed lNE tt F) Race 8115 ,1i1. ,h 1 1C
aad aBecUoe at his Iquad. 4:1(:., by out ipeci rocea The ROOM "y George
"My team waste 10 ploy' World's Ret d of. IS Ib, 1 1r "
.1IIIa11." be told ntw "I t. e. )b. TIE LACETOENJO Daily M>table 2nd and Wrd Races
l Tarpon, CH 0118 ER LIQUORS anWlNES
watch their beers ,
toms "et. the lilts was m e with a Ble a A'COOL' R FRESHING DRINK t Ten Quinieile. Rac\a. I a'1'bNo
j, and lilt. to win.t ..., ke.p lit 'ICE
shoot. ( COLD PREMIUM BEERS, /j{
Pearl U
I dust ;
want I
f have to waek: .. 'Jun ,
6 ,

\Ita. 'I. t;,;.y. .:=:, A ToVAT
\ .. OpJ ait* Morrison Fd
Kurowf, .
IIowto rimes vibi ee '
lbs.. ODd I den"lilt .haft to WIIn7 ,fe1l ttyi OPEN_ 'DAILY idtboA.. M. TILL 1)30) A.' M. West Palm B.acn 'y

'irba&av.r kappnns: 1 keow AND MAWE-ROOM '
are Except Sunday
taw jtM! percent. ad aD uA.JaiI25C "'
prl (
that kav.-w / andJPORTS PaekaR. G s 31Miles North 'of Stuart on.Fed. Hi-Way, '
teemed to. 1ia ta+o51611ka STORES n _
+t. A.It .
w jtl.d ge g.4I '- .


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PALS Flo" THE STUART .NFWS. STUART, Martin County! ,_.Ftorlds, TITClWr"T, JIMlIt t..1443

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MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor;

I : SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN[ STUART} 'News Horde Items Telephone..ftl for* this before saw paper noon mist 04 'li reach, edneidmj Office the ruwsp.Phone M, ,

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I t Mr. and Mrs Thomas Horan' ; PRESBYTERIAN: MEET SHARON LYNN iESTEH Mrs. W. R. Leach returned Mrs. Olaf Williams; Lester and"'Mn. Paul taahtiT,

I"," of New London, Conn, left this I Philip Barry's "Holiday" To Be Mrs. LIllie Wily entJertaine CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY home Tuesday night front a I Mrs fed: Santos, Itcrttary'l I plans discussed for\ building t mi4]
1 week after their second season the Presbyterian. Wonterrt A*;- Sharon Lynn Lester celebrate three-week trip during which siding rlnien e t. Mrs } after which .

";1 (4y at the Flshnhol Mr. Horan, retired Little Theater delation Tuesday, assisted by l Her third birthday at ail East*r she attended the International ter,. elder. Walter Moore. delightful;(dinner_wa- lernt- ,
Staged By -
': from active business Isbutldlnfc GroupThe her laughter, Mrs. Fred Hal lawn party at the home of her Flower Show In New York City

\! home Mrs C. A Carrlel conducted the parents>>, Mr. and Mn Andy Lester She also served as Judge at the -- vss aria atvralttas a oaswdJ1 wo''sine
a In Salerno !
organisation of The Little Finance Chairman, was elected
Flower Show
Winter !Park
I' R Shores where they plan to make Theater Group of Martin County treasurer. devotional servlb The tol1 wltlr ( In, Hob Bound Wednesday took part In the Narcissus Showat T, pmessoMea.NOn

their home wit completed: kt a meeting held I Mra DeBerry Announced that, new officer were Installed by The table wa decorated In pink Atlanta. She was detained rai.risir t+w./d/ i

i In the reception rooms at the owing to the Increased numberof Mrs. E. C. Young: president, and yellow A big Easter.baske there 10 days by the critical Illness 171LwrlN
Mr* Elizabeth' H. I, and of colored eggs and another oEaster of her aunt, Mrs. Charles M MM'a
offices of Dr Walter Davey member, the present meetIng i vice-president, Mr*.'fi Horton candy were on the table! J. Haden who suffered a stroke. vsiN TNwearq. Ha
i TO Ott Tuesday evening The meetingwas place Is Inadequate and the and M,.. Carrlel; recbrdln which was \centered: with a While In Atlanta she was the rf

well attended and new group will meet at S p. m next end corresponding' secretary birthday cake In the shape of a guest of her daughter Mrs.
A tftSTt PftESCHT toil members were presented. A: Tuesday at the court house for' Mrs. Ivan Taylor; treasurer, Mr*. huge Easter egg with three pin Arthur F. Reel and family .
Y WIFE WHAT D0 YOU financing method wa presentedby try-outs and casting for "Holl Blanch Lowery;, secretary for candles. The little guests played I I f '

lIli SHt'D LITEAT'S the Finance Committee, consisting day," All who are Interested In : national missions and overseas on the merry-go-round, slid' EASTER EGG HuNT
\ 1 of David Marshall, Mrs. joining the group for their first hospital sewing Mrs C A. Lee*; and swings after which each
!. C H. John and Mrs Pearre Madeira presentation) ; should attend this I secretary of literature Miss Anna made an Easter basket of vari- The Kobe Sound Sunday
AST which was unanimously meeting Ounn colored paper. Eggs were hiddenby School will hold the annual Easter WESTOVERSANFORIZED

JUST ST At endorsed I Other present\ were Miss faornella Diane and Douglas Lester, egg hunt after Sunday School
Mrs Glenn DeBerrv Managing Adams Mrt1ai'l'ei H. Mary Margaret French and San- Easter morning. Each child Is
0, ST RT ADR Director, said that after TINY TOTS CELEBRATEA Alderman Julia Oaelt, Ctrs.J dra behon which were later requested, to bring four eggs ,
careful consideration, the committee .M.rIIM hunted by the guests Picture
i CORP.f had chosen "Holiday"a number of the tiny-tots t M fc. Trim OTTO!'
rher. Miss Elliabeth HebkthanMr were taken, refreshment served HOBS SOUND CHURCH
comedy-drama In three acts group of Stuart made their social and the lovely gifts opened. Easter ELECTS OFFICERSThe
*. George! Porter, Mrs\ HeleiiA ESSES t tt
I by Philip Barry, for the first presentation debut Monday afternoon when Morris, candy was given to each childto
:\ "Holiday" ran for Darllne McCoy, daughter of Mr Martha r.\"T." : FreeIn I fill the basket they had made. Hobe Sound Community;
'several years as a smash hit on and Mn J. A McCoy, celebratedher Haze. Laird Mrt J. O \ Quest were Sandra and Artie Church elected officers at the r

I Broadway and was twice produced 2nd birthday at the home Mn B. C, Shactelford and Mra Dehon, Alice, Norma and Mary annual meeting Sunday, followIng t
I In the movies with Ann of her grandparents' Mr and H. fYench Elizabeth Keller,Sammy; the church service. The Rev
Harding and the late Leslie Howard Mrs. Roscoe Rollins;, St, Lucle L-Lyons. and Johnny DuBois I Douglas and:: Edward C. Young former pastor
In the first production and Crescent. A beautiful layer birthday : the taster lea and baiaar Homer Witham, Marisa Averlll, acted as chairman. Trustee
I later starring Katharine Hepburnand cake centered a serving table riven by :reth association lastThursday : Seats rook, Bonnie Sue elected for the new year are
Cary Grant Casting of on the lawn where; the guests Womans Club,' Janet rio Freddie Brownlee Lacey Griffin, Shaylor Cosine
characters for the play will start I received favors and were served was well attended. Mrt Harris Artie Ondlch, Billy .Anstls, Lil' Mn Ed Sands, Mrs. Nan Hart
next week and, according to Mrs I The guests were the. Walton' Lowery presented the children ian and Lois Black, Rita Ortega, And Olaf Williams, treasurer: N

DeBerry, the group plans to twins, Nan and Nell,the Hartman rhythm band of the Stuart Linda and, Ann Marr,.Billy I and
I present Holiday' to the public I twins Kay and Karen, Claire school In their last appearancefor Jimmy Fan. canaries yates, Alberta -
?. the last of May Dumlck Linda Carol Moore, Mary the year. and Oene Griffin Day

When Interviewed, Erwin I I Francis and Freddie Walton, Floyd' Lance,Drayton and dandy 1a
I Johnwlck, President stated that I John Maxwell Wesley Philip and MRS. TUCK ENTERTAINS Lleb, Mrs Arthur Dehon, Mrs: I N11N.
''I We Will Close April. 9th ,I the committee had recommendeda : ; Thom Tomlinson, Jr Mother Mrs. Dorothy Tuck entertained Price French Mrs. John Keller, I
plan! of financing unden which who assisted Mrs. McCoy and members of the cast of the Red Mrs. Kiel DuBois. Mrs Mark
Through, /; September From the dues are fixed at $150 per Mrs Rollins were Mrs. Joe Philp, Cross musical concert at the Witham, Mrs. J. Patterson, Mrs
r 12::30 to 6:30: P M f. month. Additional: funds will be'' Mrs John Dumlck, Mr*. W. C. Port Sewall home of her mother, Edward: Anstls, Mrs ALL NEW

Wednesdays! raised If required by Individual Moore Mrs. Rom S. Tomllnson, Mrs Franklin Jones!! following Black. Mr*. John Artega" Jam"j! PITTSIlJRGH PLASTIC MANYSL&RGfeK -0
.I loans to be repaid from the production Mrs Fred Walton and Mrs Ralph thjrr performance Wednesdaynight Jim Darr. Mrs William
TILE is hkw avails:
proceeds. Mr. Marshall. Hartman, Jr. Mrs Clyde Yates, Mrs Jesse a in a SlAs
Attending the delightful elal 3rWfln, Mrt Shirley Floyd Y:Mr*. variety of kranslUcenl colors
were Mr. and Mrt A. Frank For the walls and c 'ngs of ) 4 4l
Seabrook, Mr* John Llev, 5.98 &h 8.98
1'c!, $ 6 I.. Hines, Mr. and Mn J. ft Mrs. Carl Bridges and? Mrs. Carl !>a throoms,!kitchen recreation <
d Ircddelhi/ t Mrs. Edna Coutant, Mrs Nichols rooms! beaut parlors,
iEusterI' Sudhoff, Mrs. Harris reslardahttlete. a tile is

\ Coutant,,Mrs.Charles Fred Walton Bishop., ElwIn Wen Mr. arid Mr*. "Babe" Mahoney, warm to tSl toutcleaned Is easily

who have been guests at the witn d cloth,
-- dell Waters, Kenneth Stlmmell p
eave next Week lot their home sweat }Its dfraytlity means
If. In Waterford, Conn. where Mr. -3
Mr. and Mrs R. B. McPherson rears of be If for your l
Mahoney owns
/ a summer resort
And Ve Are Prepared For You With Gay and Stylish Easter had week as end house Mrs' guests McPherson over the's and also a plumbing business nbmeht.house or co rcial l estab-

r; Weary l 19' Apparel 1 nephew, Ronnie Lukert of Mo- Sewall This Is and their second year at Port 4
they are so delighted
I riches. L. 1. and his friend, Paul Asphalt till in easy-to-
J\t'\ t Elliott, of Springfield, III who with a small this house section there that this they winter built clean color e V be laid on
were recently discharged from! end plan to build a I larger home your bathroo fi | : the Army Air Forces at Pensa- next fl or.. 1
year ,
cola. They were on their way a
home \ ebr Wood"floors V>n l>e ex.
k Joejr""; student atStetson
pertly sanded a rsl finished
ti Mrs Tom S. Tomlinson University, among kVd
and t he early, arrivals ,ruth Baser chool the of finish
baby son, Tom. Jr, arrived Sun- i .holidays, arriving ,home i plasUb, bak lite, lacquer -
'1Ii r lay night from Roselle, W J, Tuesday nlfht she, c..a h, lines GII t.Olors
or a visit with Fig'hI'Cs
I husband'sparents jiipesj
e w or combiMtion (heo(. All
Mr, and Mrs E. R.Tom- "
Mrs J. R. Pomeroy and her Coats areAuffed.Roglleaned Assembled
UnIOn, St. Lucie' ft
-, Crescent. Cousin, Mr. W. H. King, of Cleveland r your approval in oV Budget Shop,,
Mrt W. -- -: took a two-day sightseeing Pc; up and these fmotj.hty cotton dresses by %ESTOVER are
: Barbara CMo.the former trip to Key West Tuesdayend delivers service. lacked the talk' flh* ""ft ner Are ma V styles
Tomllnson, and
a: i daughter; Linda, arrived Tuesday baby Wednesday of last week. After ca i-pettf cleaned on\ floor. "golfertyf>a a* sketched, some 4ktr c\v ly trimmed
from Mortgomery;, Ala., for a six weeks here Mrs King left Carpefing cut and la with embJldery. AH are either Asa men's sizes
t e t two-week visit with her Tuesday for Winter Park to offh l f" Mature figures, the
parents, ColortV
Sapling> and htrig blue group
spend two weeks before pol
Mr. and Mrs E. R. Tomllnson .' returnIng are Jreen, yellow, pink fend peach.
home. mae nee for rent.
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Word the has been received henof Allan G. Leach,, who has !spent /arl>>rite prices.will |set
marriage of
Sophia Tsl- five months with his brother anf competition.
mil to Coates Pournosas, res- W. /7. 'lb.T7 .
R Leach, and family at Sewall'soint.
d taurant owner of New York City George Keith of Xtarkm -
p will leave
The marriage took place In New Its home Id Oakvllle Saturday, Ontario. umty Cleaner k Sp rbrit. -
York March 21 '
W, R. Leach will accompany him authorized represeltitive SUeuSHtb 1e9Sl
as far as Atlanta for a visit with in Martin County.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Verges ..
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans I relatives.

of Manchester N. H., who have ..L "'d"' '_'
:t \ been guest at the iP ishnholsince I .

No t, have returned to

-F their Northern home The men _
are co-owners of the Radio
Farms Restaurant near Man-
cheater which they operate dur-
tog the summer season Although rtptr
they have been coming to florIda -
for 12 :years, this Is their
first winter here and they plano
return to the, Port Sewall l ,

fishing haven next year,
-e _

I + STE OUT THIS EASTER .. Mr. and Mrs:Jack Welton have
ended their third season at the

Sport Coats Sport Shirts; Colorful Ishnhol and returned to their Attending Chtirch on Easter <
home In Lake Milton, Ohlq, ,
Ties Hats Dress Shirts Shoe where he Is In the real estate .

t"6. and many other item in our msiness for. They their have cottage made for reseratlons next- r IS IN THE AMERICAN b -

Arrest. nape TMMCO.Plnad Tarr Nationally; Advertised Lines Now Available winter. -e r ', /,1., : PIRITUAI+ tP bITION"t"t ,

Mr: and Mrs. Ralph Daniel ,

........ have leased the Edna Coutant ', : :
home on California
Ave, having \\1 ,
moved there from the Cortet ,' .
Hotel. .
EASTER APPAREL -e..:. ... 1'c' / x yip1
"iseem" FOR WOMEN Miss Madalene M Rohr, who' c'' < :.'-" ',' Throughout the >orld In this be son bf the ,. 'Sm '
has spent the winter Fort
POLE DOTS STYLED FOI// SPRING Lauderdale, stopped In Stuart rnenarerMpondinVerainto/greatmeMageof. *,''Jr fflE *
t his week on her way to New Cleans. ''t' f" hope, undimmed
While here ;'/ thr&ugh l e centuries.
breferre she was hos I .'
J lyJ, ({ Everything tees at a gala dinner party at ..yw"II"f 1 t. ** U tMrs

f the Lighthouse for Mr. and Mrs. 1'
c"f ; ;
Y likJThttt
Urge MO little on :
/ From''that o Curtis Whlticar, Mr. and Mra. t4 : .'
this Mwoth flowing nyon/eney kj Alfred y r 1.a
Sharp and Dr:John B \ l
JOYCE HUBRITE. fmf And ,, Whlticar Miss Robes destination h'I' ,' ": ,
+ th.rmina frock with j ji the right New Easter' Is Philadelphia. )Y'tND't'HE' ITCH .r.r
loud of sophistication, '/rntt w"nh e i li, YOUR FAITHr w'IS

all the news |h>ii' irrJt fat spring Bonnet to Mr and Mrs. Warren JOse. ''It '}j.I). ". EASTI=
t .t ,;;, i.. ,
I J nd hftdluuni: dtf-mn'mt nnk winter visitors from Baltimore, "
''t' tine and Mrs E. R.Bell left \ '"
caught bjr twin wl .ihoul<) iroundinf Wednesday -,, '
1 Ih i to root /sleeves--s belt Gay -N e.w for a motor tour to rort "''
it /nit Meyers, West,Bradenton, Sara- :, "
nuking the tiny -MX) I pep .' '
r, turn perking prrtsf r to Accentuate tht .& a ",.,e.rShoe. sota. St. Petersburg, and Boa ..
dim ilurt Tower and Cypress Gardens .
Styiyi for your tonight ILIS
here they will
spend Easter
Through moon /ht born Drove WJDEPARTMENT .. -
SundaY.They will return to Stuart '
Clarrenri, r{ s id Pink, sl rf ;Monday, "
sits lest Blau. JO to 20. *| sj BA1Klikelnbet I
/ ::,'
students from St. Leo Collar* 1'1
Preparatory School at 8t Leo ederal II.J. ;:!\ 1
; Reserve'System
$10.93UART .' arrived In Stuart Wednesday bj r and hierai faeposft WsUrinci fe "'\ '
chartered bus which brought 30 'I'o': ::1

1 East: Coast boy home for the .
Easter vacation. Donald Hartman The} Bank of Personal Service 4 j
t 4t senior, and Danny Mnns- 1

han who will graduate this year .
STOR from the elementary school, gat
off at Stuart and' Bob Diamond,
senior got off at Bob* tl nd.'I

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," I THE STUART NEWS, "8TIUBT, .Martin County. .florliU*, THURSDAY, ,.,APHIL.J. ., 1947 PAI.I!: :T


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III FOR SALEtiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii SOLUTION Or* LAST 'WEEK'S PUZZLE: SItS. SitS, due .0 M.ecb, 50?.

I I I.OST&FOUND t MOC.o' it Skin, fci-iiJt OUTFOWTVliNKBAL I m *I\HIII<*J i* bUwin BTORJE*>iutsM,_ tCirrsI tSint Sedi 5. 0. POMr OW, A. Adnhltentcl. sin Tent, 'U. An. i.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiMiiiiiniiiiiin "c.uIVS k. '" (lent. o CI555iI G.s.a 51 MottO, mole, '5., s.f iwEi., .1 Coiner 5. 055.5.
L OnrOnuicu I' fas
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11"" OLD NEWSPAPERSI le a pound, .5 5 Ut II 05151 dneuLVRTZI5IgS
LOOT ThInS. keys Saturday : II"" e.lt WILLiAMS, 55uSd'r.' DOROTHY Pultn Ii, NrIil
Stuart New II. l. 50 : C.Mar.05 $ OAi' Io, 0
'1111 at *. tf
I II '
around .
1OSSF1EDSITS I' twelfe-thlrty r Sounct4wsI' _
m it. set As.rteusl,
P. ab sildlos
.5 FOR SALE teoapM'd.il: ; th",', :Reward. ,' SkUon.. An- := L ADVLRTIU 7iN

1\-\" I A. Llghthous Gas Station. tbonr Meat ....... ItiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiimiuuiiuiuiiuuiiiiuiN .. 1..... 0 1ttQ1Y- ?: 5,. R"t ..y,. .- LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENT---- -.. 1556 Cl eUIT COURT F S MACTIN 1.05,1. eTA.LEGALADVE .

Cheap. U I II. .&11 11II- I. 0.;; ':' pee.5z IN ,THE CWCUIT COURT Di/Tint COUNTY, STATE OF I iieiir1
NOTICESNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUMuimitMinuuitimpi 1 :: n MoRris PL IDA.CNANS.ESY iTO )? ARO8N
i, TEE WORO OWWJImniM FOB SALE: Scottte Puppy S I a.: rlr. too tars 0. 551 vi, NOTICE OF IslES TO REGISTER '
SEe POE IT months old. Best bloodlines. tI ?. hi I. yG SLMOVE CLOUt) RUM ltIifCiP'AThiEi.OIEN FICI'STII 0 04511 : ;1 1L
MOThER IS lit. liT VON 55,1 0.n.IdosIen.4 .
y luLl
n'le laW
] PER WORD CAP- Ton! St Sanvenr Ocean Breeze SPENCER SUPPORTS for %r.. R iloh, lICE *51* SAW. .51. the unoti.ioo. cCClu.etno ,

MINMV 50e FOE 17 Park/ Jensen Beach men Men's belts. Laella.Powey ; ift: ;' ;= Lniein,... bNi.LE5,1,, rCensl..t0 IoStn. no t Iohs54,, Ait.Or L ,
Th 91.14 .5 I Id. ucoa, win a, (OW SI' h. tineS of :
OKDS.PARTMEN'TS. April t 1101 Orange Ave,, Fort ... tDWA\l 5) Fierce Phone appointment t r;: := :hUl'" Is hcc.be is ". I th.t ins ato 5., Nte4d, sir,, cc la of scoot '

FOB SALEt 14 x II one-room, 1.7-Mf' tf .,.. ikt ......-' I R' NOIRE 11 4, l't.SuiiSS'O r") 2'lOta .1047,,Ist beSs.,, on..c til stiniIt h. 551,led.i.r inoet.1 Moe, inSf .5 po514c.tit, hi, vi,. o, Ohs' ClotS, r '

cement-block house,, aluminum i:1E1ffi1 iEtTlA :t: : ,..., t Mon., coenviui, di.zi'od Liii .s .oc. t 155.0 oool..t is.in ST. 11JUl51 St. adct hich a. nen
FOR RENT root, on S acres, hard road i IIIIMIlilllllllllllUllllllllluAlllllllllllNMALE i "" 5'byMIav'0 I von Wail'.? 0 ciii.oi, n'' C .....ii.d.Ktooc.oO ti.. *5cc., .4.s.c.. 0s e.vlee tic.dS.rso .,c.cd h, 5' .. it St.. .1, Puteudat '
HELP WANTED ::: R U :;: Msuiic not 054 si eS kccd S. Sinai, 0404 50e155. osctt51 ic i ,,4 b.iouuuc0
III inilllMim'l'1"1'' I mile north of Palm City. aCharUr ... ,in.lctt'c'h cm St n..t.z reS in ohS, Rn folk, I
Cheap. Jess Fastermack, Stu iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiHiiit/ sAte... I lii, ArCs'S, 5.50 4o5' ,hS. net.,' 05.55 'O 5'' lu4.hd s.nno EAiii. ii. SlOAN,

art. NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY rogEXSERVICESN3N VyS1** :t SM wnro. beennd nave N. Pmcd.4 Dowse .t. fA-.7i: : 51no:?nj 'i" : ,: ssi : ,Wr'I'NStl.. .h toe, Co In te't.' noN 5. Sc.oAk1j snob,A.. 0.KASIIS.k CIiss.'oEIoelia KNcT1' j

AprUI, ... Ml. .. ..4/1 urantl' f ii>"naU (t. ce.ar4 *r 0 5. cc ,1.45 lb. r ti..dcvia,. nn 'sir. Ohs Coors iso M.r.le, U. Al>nl I. 05,
aces. ci. a.1, ,4 I. Gnua of the or rllowa 5ilbce to,. c., 5 5 Slow, noel.,. Sb, t4c.i of I, t'ii.'t I Oh. CS ,filisirt. ;
f tf. m Si .t rc.i a.sussa,4, in.' tent .,t MintS Stot. 51 n.e. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

FOR I furnished SAtE: Apartment Apt*, all electric House; D.I.UI Tocknklaa Laboratory. d. so V S, 4, S 10. aijtfo r: II: Parll.l Applisinins: used. k "n \\'ho' BlotS fl 50. PMckijr inch. DavmtMBtalbol lanta itltiie cc. .n.ini) nn0 au lvi, 54.5:5.05 ShIn..t 50 SI t 514.15 of 5cr CoorS, 154 Ccc?, Minti _' _NOTICE' '
Phyoio.i Tkiraaf iackaklaa *TS a. 4, ICort try 51. BlundarSt. 0. lot oem M Imvol kn.co.d ,,, ".5 ,othev'ioo.sn i
( 00Cr '.5 of
ally equipped. By owner. Writ .Lq one .. 4Elxtrkkul n. C'Pok.b' *ass 4. Gladly 47.: ArnuxamtnlMarti t. 045* 5.. 4, I?, liii', 55071511 itt' ttkkiliY Out55 01,5 ,
1* A. ova S, 4 ; : "I' : Y.lr. it.: o( a '
Box 14 for appointment. HianiuclM Jf. |4S 4, SPkahxrapktr II: Fudise plo 'r loOk I. oozed Oh., olvicOtic it.. ''e biteernt. he.ihnoeh 4, SL Ion EROS', VI, llo 550,00 .5l.c. ,i5 lit htt Intc'ct
March 20, 27, April I, 10. __ .-F ion S. 4 1., = .led4eo If"M'j .I. ,1. s.O.S ,i.t Ii., Sb,,, I, ec.'SuirenSle atot ht.Iscp. hcilt.
P1 _._---- -- --- SUn..Tapk.r f SIS L4i :It: ..3d.'thrnot treo .otloa' .I boad'r .white n.e.i l P.Mk. ''is 'C dec.wo'4. .51 LUGAL ADVERTISEMENT 5,, 0",,nn, .'ii ,in'e.tci, .5.1st lii,
Dralal. A..I .1. SM S :.: ausaiince' tt t''= It ? W tlnnflntd need. oil mci... S.h, so uhwine ii ho., 'in 0f 15. I4Itie ha., 1, $ht. in'uC :
FOR SALE: 10 ft. 1942 Royeraft A....... ue4 Ei: .. t t : 7u ; Conie.1.4manual s.eraeiit. till, i 0 l. in Lb. i..ir. I.e. 154t CN j
..041 5.4.5lov.nelej eoior ....Ie. Il. !I..pod II... ...,. ."te h.eciift.e Shd ncCnt.hi0 NO CE 05' INtENTION TO EGIST aCiCl'iTloUa ii't is iltktlsT tikTieEA
House Trailer sleeps 4. Priced M.ohoh0 (T4SI 11. .... ., 0550., St '..nell 11. Dr.wn locus hoc 5?. Scaai, eve me nontc.4 .. ''d .ihoeic., do.'s NAME tlVt 45.0 tIc ,ndt'uv.lc. utk.e skc ,,
for quick sale reasonable.Chas. ... SOI tiin.arrsnth" tL k:5' oh S.. 4UhnUnAdrrrr purl. Nt) 'I'S Its SIiosuiy (shots is oh, 0.0.1 ,A if Ui.7, Oil ii Laws cCi.l.rIl .I
ATLANTIC COVE Barrett, Palm City Store.April and .Many other skills, Q'U.: abbr. .t. lotralg "'''''' :: hcnoi, 55,05.toii Actt .4 iWO. ',c4 .4,5,0 cii.
APARTMENXSSTUART 05.5 vi, Oh,,. nod hi.lviii C tin.I. lit, I '5 ,C .5,0 CII't'sIt '500, il uuisl.v. '
I S fit/Army, NaVy, Marina and ,1 id'' '
tLORIDAl __ 'T118 It U II It es.hSthc.i.ooc Sd noso in IS C S'd .. 5"Tn
Cifxt Guard veterans who hare Ul'i'iceS Sdcoirt .stenootteSc4 i l '. t"

WhEN Furnished AVAILABLE Hodkrfping e FOR SALE White enamel. 3- hid any of some, 4M oceupatbnal i't"t'/ 5, .Co.,rt.ho 0, Snot.i.wtre i. '.' ',boo tounie hoC, fit't0. = tiTSht hI, LUt UlitNi' ../ ,;
fompH-Wy burner kerosene range with specialties for sixMonths lii.. ,, .svtiec.'bl..o.' ,,iIibiopSnSciM
MARTIN L Nitcit CO.. d.e shieS J
Apartments oven. First class condition. or more may now *nJlsl sf Is,, sit we no, see..' to ha.i.c it itO.usi.n. ..- '
T. PAGE $ i.ekc. SiciSi S ''cIS n '51 port ,, %
W. Bee Mrs. Mennlncer Martin In the new Regular Army cc i..o'o. e..ti.. s. cookie 50 F.ot.., t .c.tl vit..oot.d soud
TV If phone SuE Road; Phone U4-J. tt tat a trade depending! on the 5,055. Sc.,.. Es. t.oe.uIo.eI 54,55' 0 5T'S. iSIS,,. P55,54, '
: Mc.b 01 irIS lvi, il$04'I, ,I
a length of previous occu- ,,. JISNISINIletUnt. .
$ hIHII,. your seI..idiSn 5 ii. th.ni..t .. ,. ,
"' FOR SALE: About 4GO ft. of f national! specialty service, New used S.r 11, 51' I Sn 5it, Ui.k 0., 10. 31, ArC'' 10.keldu5.etth LEG yEnTuSEMPayNOTICEOF
t'auo. .5's. ,
aw. 61. l'hss'
Poultry' wire. (31 Osceola Avti .
high Army pay and the opportunities .5.. pobIto nt, .5., beud Or sit,,. .'
i or Phone 182-J. for advancement 5.5,50 (55,0 in ',.'tin toun Pb ,. LEGAL AD TISEMENTNOTILE sESSION TO REGISTER ,
5,5,. stall, 'I,, El ITiOliS NAME
i, II. make an Army career more" ,, NOTI't 15.10,1.5 5.5055 tIut 45hiidIria ,
ill SAtE: 1 burner oil ....,*. U or. herb ,inwnnoi'it ti iiIi.i.t or si Is TO REGISTER ,. '.ieek., ,.ettl.4.en. ..1t'i.ic.ti'
KeroneneM attractive now than ever before 333434 : ,' Vz lenin.' fiLl 00)5 AMIvsol'Ih'r. '5 '0. Is, ,,1 I Isirvil,. 5.50
blind wooden table. \ru SALE or exchange [) 'the I"I 7i1J7rXffp ItS .0555 attN 05.5 ti.ch ,, ,
Stop In and find out (vi.,,,, Shorn.. IS, .0 1041 Ii e i.' oli II?' 'Sceb neis.
heater. Handy Pan Built 10 Boat s ('tineS i ''in' 5.0,5c 5. ,, ,,,,. ,
walr h.p. Ft special, grade you will receive in.t,, 'sin,, j"Io'5d., Oh'ass. Cl C' so S i.r MintS
Beyer Bldg. .l, .r as,, ,, ,,tt. kevin. "t,.t, .'.. liiI nO iseot4
Pastry' Shop. condition Inquire Lifer no
toy ,, ., ,,., .
under this new War Department tots. .5.. IS.. iih.V.tbno. ..I I 15,55of : 01 psiLl ion 0 Ih I.i S tiltS.5A5'l
"U .hnperial Restaurant and rv. the _ ( fi I ,,, foe MIc
regulation. Apply at tCRtzol iv Sc ,00 "s'sa
-- -- kk SOON chScS, '
., ask'
fOND HAND' swivel chain Iliihway.Station; 111 South Fvferal nearest U. S. Army Recruiting 51,1,ssccs., .5055 .n,4i.et,bfl,5,0 ,,,c... ,,, ihi..l, oIlI'u4Ic., nt (hI, 5,00, th ricO. ,, ,,,,,,, $ .. .
Stuart Fla.. 11 Station 204 South Second St, Plod ,, ,,'i-I, I '4 l sold
Sw them now at Stuart News I 0,0,5 S'cc. o-i'e' ,.,,ali.h.' St : AYA b.I, in I 0,, I'.ll :
(Office.. tf' FORSAtE: House Fort Fierce Fla. 5 i.e', Mz'tit, ti,,5 Oioiln1u51515 JAN 5. MhiItttisAN'II
4Jloonu ASS hihtitititit ,.l'e, ,,oeI. ni. 'i.II .
Awe\ceeened porches, |4th, on LANDSCAPE GARDENER) ilioli5, tile f S uM ,,r 5.si It, ..h II. 20, 5 ft. II ILtAAL
01 SAtE 1141 Hudson Coupe.ltfll.nl ,' thre(| lots. Inquire Ri*) Hotel. .0, St CIIMhKUV,
; Cit'si Ci
rendition Radio"" ,, oi 'a
April II417 ,. ,. .
f ESTATE CARETAKERAND t.tt, 95. d,. sn go. 2 Apr55 I. so.LEGAl.
healer. good tires and life tacos'silAvit. GR APPlICATION POR' TAX
uiiiuriTiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiiiSERVICES GARDENER, OR AS N. kRhiAl.l., ADVESTISEMEiN
psrd Iv bra. 52' I South fed.Bijlway.
MAINTENANCE SVPERVIS- 5,5 dr.., C 'i,0itf, UtonI ti.,, 4,, Hnoaili.iINiMZ
Apt. '. Ittn OFFlREDuiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiudfiiiiiiiiiMiiii OR. 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE Apcii a, H. 5, Tilt C STY )sJ1iGhi Coot IN 5504?, I''. ill toil i.ItY 111th' 55,0AilSOit
,-h- ? 'A. ,.. .
ANsi Psi 55. ilu.'rttt vi. of oh.citcI
MAnila .
Get Price INCLUDING It IN FLORIDA. LEG SUSCILeA. COUSI ? 5 ,' ,'..,i irm.. ,.,.. a,,. i.S.O .4 c'4. '
fllK'KS: New ADVERTlSFMs'f ,,, I
and Save Money. WORTH CALL 41-V STTJAf T: Headuartersi CAN FURNISH BEST REFER. ,,, ..
IM 1 NOTiCt '0 APPLi5ATiON jouu I PROBATt5011cc 5. 1'40' ''lIlt st. .tk ''c. S coe 51 :
ShIlLS HICKS, 111 W. North for Snappy- Service ENCES. BOX 144, STUART. TAX '; 'zd ': do00lSI' .
kfcd. Loeil 1 of Mar 17, Apr. S *> 0t0'1't. isrfNyrifffis '
airaue Baltimore 1,Maryland.' of any hauling
.. .:;,.,. t/vm
Stt.ttI'il v ,
tiltS I
.A ( Jane 21 Ino. I freight afid eatress. Stimmell'a CHURCHES OP CHRIST, SCIENTIST I beiwnifl/re fHrXn limillllillllllllilillllllilllllllllilllllllllMALE I UNKKAUTY' 5 In til* lubjeel of thLouonHeniu ,,, i M
I Snappy Jervioe, Telephone foist ocItileot,' isa,' I ii hoStS 00.
HELP WANTEDIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllllMHIIUi .B which will .b* cod inChores. .As ACT Fi.ion this M..is.s ( ..L.pt.nisor 5101.01. !
01 SAIEr. House on II acres 41-W. ../ t(. .. *f Cnrlot.: SrUntirt. .tb'oih- Ut Sio5.n .S Sb. SIA.i, 0. IS. tliknt.to trod owl It 0,51.ensi i.c.c..0 'c : .

of fluid. On Lock road. Livable "',, Ik.Oiin.s warld 'Tot on Bundir I.S ..g,April,,, 4.Tho tb.t 7nobo: : S..en, dnocr5.tl.. nr eons' TO EDITORS 5,5 I "'v t tI

tat finUhed liuldt. Electricity PAYROLL 1 BNational aye. MALE HELP WANTED Reliable ... ... ,. ltl. .5, aic I, 055,5 5JiJi.Yftsoi 1'O Alt,
not : te.ii, not ness C'zit 5 10 0.150 .ud a Mo ?hur '0. Ac. t'ttitltir AND All. PP.55-
new electric water tern for __ in: wage and man' with ear wanted. to call low., aid. 14't I.'. Sbu fl"" .4 Maiti.nwH ..51i.ie a hr 5'51.c.ioi tINS CASINO .05 i4 ll'.MANtinA'.AINS4T
"sacl'iil .
>. lao.. cd I' oidi 5 5Sn 14011 .14T0Vi.
romp Very reasonable. SGOOinn hour, withhu log tax and nec- on farmers in Martin County Amoi lb. ..1..11. vkkb I ......... Sb. Co.'s wile. $ah Mew. .,, nod .5 sit ,i, Sc, hce.botirtid I
payment bat ,menlhl,. ill security J ports when you Wonderful opportunity f IS to Ih. I............* la Ik* followln,, from bees 05.11 5 5' .,,I eniir.4, $i5.i.rtt "r 2LJdlCII'
.. .. I htooi.iiis, 05 All-UNO ll mn :
ih. Basin -I ka .nuiiibaeai5.i Until Aoth.zr .d 0vii55 054 .0,4. wbl. tin. .s *55.
See ('elveland Preseott, Locks have It or] bon employees. $20 in a day. No experlene or that >r. .... .ft...Cibe.oszn I 4.. .... uses, k.zii, P Ii, h'enntir' ,.' a ttobdSM1t5"of 0'' 'tO 5'7 W"HBUmnt e.,, .fe.ts yh.ue.lot 5. ,
md or write Box 113! Stuart. See as Nod .k for thev at capital required. Permanent. 044.. .11 10 ..,hie ond ......... ... .pl.lt. lawns Cut'S' C s'l.OISiE'A, < V'/V -"l ,,r iii4en ,. tSIIi.s ill. tnoin (Scsi. : il ..1* tv lh< kiih t ,
ArC Im.. 10. h.cu to kno. w,i.. ,155AR5 05' 1 Lit lswtKliiiM.ii TS. r- 5, (5,55, dcr..aid. lot, .1 MinIm HKlll bf.lllM' l'Mr U tlM. '
prill the Stuart) e office, At Write today. MeNESS COM: Ac. ,.d 5. boo. ., doon sosi folly' i 1. IS. CAMKKS. KnnM In ohlibAll Co,0, 'ScUdo, 5. tIc. 5.0 AiIhr 51.L'hsii'ICioiny ., Slt I IB 4teIb W upi mi, ; '
----t -- PANY, Dept A Freeport, III.' I ucrc.i.d: Si h.ttbist" ,. i .'nullth 51 A. Cbzvinas, . 'v h.p.JohnvouOuthoard molef. PALM CIT STOE: Ice cream wirlt. ive. i I. ncb .1001<.",. .I. .... .. 5. IS. ROLLIJAR. f M. '.4 III., .t, '.5,, 4, 5.. .fllt'. Sn 04.. t IH. .I this t7lh, SIs; ot N.n.h| 1HCI ,
For April S, 30.WANTEISAT'bNCE. .ehori. 551 ha tint .....> "nowlrri, : 0tpoorf rr.as,, Cooethsiin. In MnoIv, Cent,.. < utl Vtmrt Unlit it ,, l
or exchange and froafn fools. GroceriescaadiesfBarKUVrlm ---.... ,aoHHiw'* KtclnlMU< ||.14.71r 2'r'15LEGAL; I n4.m'l.vi. *50. .,.ht ..l.,4., .o,5hc.fi's r f, II. I'OMHH, ,
I h.p. JU East 5th Street. U Oily to III. 55, '04 5, 05,5 nitlozt.' lbs 4t* ,t Sb, Clent 5.dlenisn. Clfrk .f Circuit I.uun ut HwHIn ,
men UscuS
_.----.....-...- sup. 5* Lt.aoa.a>rmon ilk* HieluoVa. .the Ab ESTISLMENTbOTKE :r t ifictO sceent, 5,10 ohIo, or denin.As 5. ona. : .
01 SOLE: Day old brans tor- AprllJ ply consuniers; with everyday' followlnff (MUM.** .from th* Chrliitlin; I i.in 15, hsoi .doc,.. t ti.. ,Aoos. e'ti.ildn.i4t.. lilittItisy I'Ititt'le., It, C,
household'; necessities under 8el...... ...."' .... '..10.. .. and Nralth 0 INTEnTION 10 t TER e..s,, r.,uoRttth of UO, 5545 liSod ts 5, ,neAcu 5. no.5 PactI4 Ninth 17, 5.05 '1 lIt ,c.h I? 1041.
toys, 50e. Day old keltavllleinite TITIOSJ5 NAME '
ROUGH $RT SEILCF. LAUNDRY with Key I* Scripture' by Mary HakrEddrl
turkeys, 51.". Vaa deRitcr our factory' to home P'' nJ InCity SfKVICE l\ur laundry : i.izoc s.fSnot.
of Stuart and St. Lucl nod"mw0.. cd. tbs e
Indlanlown Road carefgily washed,!' all JutWorkjiheets UMtn I helMi and .,1010.., human lk.....r. ( .. IS 0 Lawu ,C c540. AsS
highway 7(. It County Full time. Earnings .... .. ...*. brpothe i that whleA bi 0i i'ai. ciii ci.t.r 3 tin clIck cCia. ,
pilloslips, etc. based on Sales. Write Rawlelgh's aol dlvlM and U th. orlirin' of .,.. tick- Ciccoit t 'U. I. d i.e 5zriiUt.
lrsn H and wearinl apparel .*... and death t the oppoilu of aplritual .,'?, l'i'.ciA sCi' ,c.Int "1 e.os.C ,
FT ,
TOt R tea-kettle FAD {23721.Memphis .
singing at Pept. Tmtb aol undemuadinn". CI Sinn, Dehon Bill,. Puone drhef for bom iroklng. Wocacfghve fenn. It IE ,
It v" you two dab service _.: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Toos.rrTLL cLkysePd.r .5 \ I
is boi
cbi.h I ,
an** will pick up anil deliver iiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiimiiFOR NOIKE. OP INTENTION TO SELLMemman's 5,05.0. IUn'id o.ctr hcbe'' .'i is. "

01 SAI.K; S Bulldlnr Loti yofr laundry Us this econo' RENT111111I11I11I11I1111111111111111I11111111I111I11 l.ANp 0 4 Sn. n r

S Lola 58 r 151. 2 Lots 45 II III r4al service for yourwamlly. 5.5.51..u I.11 hw.br iii, Ctoi.tce,5.s th.t 10,4 a.,rsait La.. a, Finoit, Ii'L Ii'Lt

Adjoining good location. Close BITE ONLY lie tA LB. FOR RENT: New one bedroom ,5f Floe I.. A.t..rlnh 5, Anti S. 51. ii.LEGAl. UJ71jiK :
Ia.' Price right for quick sale. WEIGHED WHEN DRVTPEOI'S house, furnished. Dotk privi ADVEIT MEIST I

Will' deliver warranty Deed. LAUNDRY, Phoi<| 287. leg.. See ft W. Ward Rio, or L TO SLGISTLIICTITSO I Id

Write" r., 0. Box 954<<, SUart, I tL9i write Box K$ Stuart. I It NOTE F INTENTS SAint 1

1*. tfK ------- .5110, NOTICt SEn Y GIVEN Shut iSaondceiswd. ;
. YOU have trouble wlth'4LI, .. ,td lii. p.ii.inc *.f UP If
SAIE FOR RENT: Sunny Acres Jensen 0555 5. wid pci'ci. .5.. foe 55. bc.h raze,.. 50 5 ,cn 51 ri.cit.. At, .4 .
: Tables, chairs Tenet I hens not laying! Then fuse Beach Beautiful new ntiS "P *hi skc. ofD "
>v nC ia4I.
t lb. blinds = : I //j\j YOURGARDEN
refrigerator, drink liens Pan-a-mln. Stuart bed bouse furnished. ; y
compl\teIy .
lazes or lb. uod.rs r.c.s b.lidbc.
frrnch-Iry pots restaurnt .- Store. I" .. .'. 0
All new. To party. wooS Put. 5. 'ihde. .5 10 .iockA. !
dishes and glasses. Se From AprU lit to March lit. ., ha., hmt.ru .51.rA liwo. e. 55.vi I \ and '. !loA!
Is. Lance, elastic stocklif, d., 51 haoe 41.
TRUSSES See Herbert Gas, Box a.s len. BOARD Oi C SiInniONE5S Ofb'VSSItGLA 1tlat.

US knee pads, anklets ete Stuj; It t LAWN I .
SALE! Over U aesen fj sen. K.THKiMPaLE UM'LHi ,
Drug Corp.MURPRY
Bile) illver. $15t. Good con ii wt

his. Box 290 Stuart. i tilt ft DONALDSON FOR RENT Floor sanding machine t ( II!';
and cdger. Refinish Prote Cane.sc .
<* SAI.EJ FIVE ADJ01NUjQ FLOOR SANDING AND FIN IISHING. I your floors St reasonable rate.

CHOICE LOTS IN BESfEY PHONE J2-R, P, Ol Phone 101. Stuart .Hardware ADVESTISE tiopM 2-Py) Green Garden 50 ft. $8.50
ADDITION. STREET sHAll BOX <04. tl\\ to NOTICE 5..b oino, I hotecikuPzb5.I.tn '
WPARIAN RIGHTS TO RJVER. ---" Black Rubber Gardep/Hose.50 ft. $5.00 ; L'
ONLY I20M04. PRICE* FOR WET frR RENT) Eira. comfortable,

WICK SALE. IIARKISJLOW. -Your laundry carefully ,odernljr furnished two-bed. Cut to Length '
washed clean and returned te with cornblndJnlnr !
EPJ* JR. om apartment .
'lit, you damp (or home drying tio* and living rooas ,. '

7 u"MALE ae.d Ironing. We'will pickupand las cook stevo, beat, hot and na.isa n.h ..uri 510 a. e.. cneSSni re TLORIPA PLASTI GARDEN lfeE 25 FT. $$6.95With

: II lots frorjtfit Pixie deliver and five you two bid water, electric ntriftn-.

Hqh,57. Side walks fi>d pave days service on this. economical ibis talir-It windows. Sec ,

98nl. Dock and wafer prlvlW. wet wash, Rate lo per lb. llLW.: Crawford phone M, .1 Fittings s -,5 yr. Guarantee

.. See B. W. Wrfd, Rio ornf. S Weighed when dry.' Minimum weF.O.Boxlll.i itLtENT .fhe

't1 hox 36$ Stu ., it bundle II pounds. WET WASH 4ro4ji. LAWfl and GARDEN TOOLSSm d* SUPPLIES 101 ''T1
fOR : Furnished Apt. 1''

05 larn.och Bo, : I!. bed-Bfcom Uvlif room house and Phone 287., tf. All Apts.electric Coconut: kitchen.Crete's Row.. LAWN MOWERS HAND and POWei DRIVEN 'J ,

.50 bedroom llftd with ey- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijimmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWANTED, Mar. A 20, 27, AprU I.iiIN'fl .

look House fuBAIshed. Wet- U S JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE LOF :

1ilhssne stove anij refrigera- Furnished Apt Port STUART HARDWARfesCO.
h J* ta uuuuiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Sewalb Desirable for summer
Kltoheny B. E. Smith
it< Akron Avii f U WANTED TO RENTS' FnrnlshdX near rfttr. Vie of .boat. Includ IMPORTED ITALIAN ViiTNES

or I bedroom house, In good ed. Pbtee lll-J. Box 178. 2iy OSCEOLA AVE., mNE 108 510

*50 SALE; I'/ijand' 4 h.p. Laisirfoulod location for year round occupancy April 1. 4 17 ENJOY THE FINEST OF 1QT COLD
In laU
engines. Also beginning
levitation :: : REN* Large horn. Formerly -
prtnp.. Dime Mo. summer or fall.. Box XY, Stuart .O
It the %hn Taylor home, en
U News. ''th PalmVlty road. Furnishedor BOT ED EERS

05 01 IALE-IIBNGALOW ON 2irrg. WANTED/ Can to repair. Expert unfurnished. All oonTeniBDcea. Vv st Palm Beach' Directory l

5IOlg FRUIT Mechanical Service. Stuart Rnloibl la for raUau ,
p toed.
YREES $$QoL Opposite StaautNewa 1MM mu
SEE CHARLES Service Station. er rooming sousi. Haul "in Uiiit. ;

KAJySALERNO SHORES. Phone '1"- tf per month unfurnished. See BEER BT-'fH E TO TAKE OUT WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH i ,

tf. Carl Bess. VleW Arcade. U THES'P4N 3 APPRECIATE YOUR P, AGE '
WANTED: : Whit flswr( Im- ,
05 i REAM' 'j.i
5wn IA New nand lawn ..ed tel, fhon*, 47-J. It LIBRARY "YttflliIii> "

hs.q. non Used Machln air cooled nw WANTED Whit woman to de 'Mrs.'Carroll DuriKombe, chairman CleARS CA tTES CANDYNEWSI' I, .00 ooaavooi HAWTHORNEROOFING" ,'
Shop. '",
1' Stuart uRJJ1 plain cooking and housekeeping ol1 the MafUb County Library ER CO. dI
threo-adults. Live en ,S't('
Tor committee, reported today ,
*: fount: mule tot ule. premises. "
I ST-J'ettway at PettwaysLC.mes.FU. Phone, i7r27Apr.- Woman club approximately OFF 19OOAM.T I2IOOPM. HEATINGVENTILAT5NGWATERPROOFING S 1bI

., I', I $80. Final ,teportr, ,not S CLRMATIS ;'I
SALE5 complete. -5'BADCO
Deep red asd, WAJWED Golf equlpmeat and '

ror& Pan won ..ral...M for dub bouse. Contest -: '1 .

Yard. d.qsnsgL run Martin* County Coll.and FERTILIZERS Martin County USED resident.con- ..., BOB'S S'I

c.. Coutaut w. I. P tlMtway's (, Country: Club., tf fertilizers Jim. man
lumed 1843 tons of mixed -
512 atia St. SAFE &
gters, OonsshW4y LOCi, WORKS
but no
w1' during February ,
I set *f Spanish Iannaff t

,"' fword PhoM M. r.Payatt ffrtlllier materials. t It wu 'rs- rulture and 202 FIrst St.5.;. Phone T8M

I *, J1J-W *r writ. Box ported today by Nathan Mayo. .ocio1avac., ols .Furnuhings W. repair Anythlrif l ,

I ..... State Commissioner' *'of Agriculture !

,1* Mar.210 .PES l l .. v''

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.. ;.'.,.,.. "_ ..' -a.4', .'4.-'L" ira"' .510' ,. .....\ ,0. '.' .."..,. .. h.......:'.....,. *''' I. "' 2: i. ...Jil.tl..d

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hal Get -'w" THE STUART NEWS: STUART:Mortis County Florida, THURSDAY, APRIL X 1947pia
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\jl Under term of a bill to( be TIGERS SUFFERContinued SALEI
\',,' EASTER GREETINI submitted in the State Legislature (Continued from page One) OR
next month members of ( from Page 3))
'\i : FROM Martin County Board of Pub- wide 1V4 miles long and COlt
: lic Instruction would receive a about $40000 which might be
\ \ 'BY MISS CHEEK maximum of 17$ a month as icqulred by floating a bond issue Emerson Kramer each scored
'" 1 LITtUE JEWELttySHOPPE compensation for services. I twice 10 ACRE FAR
The bill Is to( be offered by The commission decided to For Cocoa Leyda, Booth and .
t r
d the county board of which Dr. appoint three viewer to Inspectthe Gay were outstanding on the
current Sailfish
the -
,,1'1 Entered In J. D. Parker la chairman. The site and offense Leyda and Gay eacb
t proposed project i Acre In Cultivate
Rings .. \ SZ50 up, Tax Incl. Club'i tourney ai a top contender present maximum wage for report to the commission a* scoring four times while Booth
for first place In 1U division board members I II ISO soon as possible on the feasibility collected three hits In five trips.Joe FROM FEDERAL H-WAY
oJ;' is a 48ty Ib klngflsh of such action. Named by Smith of Stuart had the un- 11/1 MILDfi 1
; Tie Clasps ,r\ Compacts caught Monday night by Florence the commission were W H King usual distinction of walking the .West of Salem
Cheek, daughter of Mr and PAIR RETURN FROM R.T.Jackson and Vance Howard. last four times he came to bat
i 't MM Robert 8 Cheek ofBay- EXTENSIVE TRIP after tanning in the let Inning.Two 4 RoorV House Bffrnuhed
Harris R. Lowery Jr. was
Expcn Watch Repairing21S ap- been
} 1 (ice Lodge, Sewalls PointMiss BUI Armor,Stuart, and more games have
Danny pointed by the commission a*
Martin County High Kitaben, jCo Bed Rooms, bath
Cheek catch measured added to the Living Room,
Conn. officer
Bridgeport the county's new service
ve, Lyric Theater Bldg. S feet long It was caught on School baseball teams card for
W tricily
Ox returned Sunday from a two with $50 a month to be set aside
her rather 32-ft. cruiser, the the season, it has been announced -
weeks trip around Florida In an by the county to cover any expense -
1 Soahuwk, while trolling in the 18-foot cabin boat. by Coach Charles Kindred. 1 TENANT USE $5,000.00
... .. he might Incur In line of Palm ;
Sound Mr will play
Hobe The
near Tigers
r ,ocean
I Cheek paid the kingfish were They enjoyed excellent snook duty Lowery replaces Ross With- Beach Junior College here Tuesday MUtdTNO VLE SHED
In am who resigned recently.
fishing the Chatham River
cut In large number lii the area and there April 22.
at the time and several other In the Ten Thousands Islandson The commissioner also hearda The box score: Several Hund W Dollars\ Farm Equipment
the West request by Arthur Osburn for
Coast where Armor All It It
bouts also were out to try their "TIMHTw
} FARM HOME I luck Miss Cheek kingfish slip reported that Ibis, egret and help in cleaning up and maintaining H*.rJwkk.. IbB. IkI 'r : GOOD DRAirXcE T RMS IF DESIRES
1 roseate spoonbill "are Fern Bill Cemetery, ..
'I uld the hook the tint time, but coming KmKk. rl t'
I which Is to be turned to } .
) '\, took( It (Solid 1i when the bait was back strong" over Sklim i..:; : t JK
"It' wild the authority of the Stuart City Knwi..y .
and muchof
a a country .
hauled j I
Id out and Sam was Hnmri I IkOrlfl.
I II the coast Is unmarked" he Commission; the monthly county W.Ib. ....
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And 10-aci of land for sale. Includin milk |aboard Ten kings and 9 Florida bonlta raid, advising anyone here planning welfare wbrk report by Mr*. .. .. .It... .... J B. ArbdgastrLuciAv
I f to L. C Mooney of Salerno ,and '.:
take the to secure : :
the trip : : :::
caught on trip
+ were
/\ cow andcleared two elves five acres fe ed and a guide requests by H. B. Kraft, secret .. \
'"i tary of the Stuart Chamber of i i 301 S Phone 127NEW
r Dwell) is 22 feet x 30 et of cone 'a
: Commerce, for Improvement in COCOA All
e j J crete block conitr Lion and quite com. SALUDA INN { HIGH SCHOOLContinued Jensen Beach, Indlanlown and 11 .::: :
FOR SPRING STOPOVM fit Lucia Blvd. In Stuart f. :T.: :. f:0: i i
Uted. This i Ea VACATION
t> proper is al for a family ail TBJOulcl sb

: ,.an.. r'5.h1.. ..,w..iht..,. G.dI ( From Page One) PELICAN IS CLOSED' 0,6..r.... ... .
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wanting a countryTerms ho Price $2,500.00. od. Aw PI. a. -- 1 TILL NEXT SEASON c. a-a a s IW.
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f. W /w Mel win /wnMrwllL I ,
M. n.n I :
be a. d., N. CATHLETS Robert Oreen, Jeanne Beacham, :.... : :
can arran Charlie Titus, Winkle Saunders The Pelican Hotel for the it II 14el1 SHIPMENTSOF
':; 'm I A and Willie Wells.; first tim{ I In, several years closed 'at- for 1..ln.1 ...
Hay r- Jim Conrad Emerson its door to"business Tuesday It' .6
OT GERM cw- II' 064 St4A
Kramer, Charlie Ttltus and Ro-
morning after breakfast and
I HOW 0 ILL IT, bert Oreen will remain so until Dec. 1, it i OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND E/UIPMENT
I II IN NE UR, Lanterns Joe Smith, Sara was announced by Manager WU-
EDWARD MAPP 10 _No dve1.4r PLEASED, 1 Ise fTORNGi9 M.Y.A.k Roberts and Emerson Kramer. lIam V. King NDER GORDO AI SON I ARE ARRIVING DAILY
I id M.d. e P- Tickets Charlie Titus.Emerson King, who reports having hada
,6. hTL.OL. .. West BeaXFla, STEEL J
PENETRATeb. .k ,
?- Dewey Wells Lucille
P. O Ar !ads Bldg Phone 19 r. .. b.11. MORE 1-6 I-uw, good tourist season this year,
Maxwell Winkle Saunders. Meg said the closing action is being and ALV M SASH BOX 0 STOCK WILL SO01/BE COM-
Stuart Drug Store Allman and Jeanette Rue. taken to allow cleaning and repair 721 P e 4 and 29539T
... Music and other incidentals. work to be done without disturbing PLETE,
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Owjrnne Sincere and Charlie guests
4 Titus. --_. .

';' UNDER NEW :MANA(,EMENT Jim Publicity Bowden-and Barbara Winkle Stewart Saunders -, IE NEW WAFFKE. IRONS I

Drinks Robert Green Joe

I, 'I THE DUTCH KITCHEN r Smith and Barbara Stewart.We Announcement COME IN A > GET YOU /WHILE THEY LAST
'\. hope that all you folk will
come and have a good time while
I, r helping our class to raise enough Store Hou 's COME IN\ND LHT US HELP YOU
,VI, HOME STYLE: COOKING money to send ua to Miami on
I an educational trip to the gala
y /O-BE
Pan-American fiesta there this
spring Be seeln' yout WEEK ty YSi 7 A. M. T/6 P. M. PARED BrVERAL,ELECTRIC, /


L H IUL.B9.FAosT .
I lihsM.% Or DCIU' $US VARIETY FOODS { from page One) SATURDAY 7 A. 4CTO8P, M.

WI': PEN WEEK DAYS camp on the second trip of the \ / WD
Ortpsholm, but he knew nothing

6:110: A. M. 'njj 2: o r. M. 5,00: r. M, TILL 10:oo p, MAW of Pearl'what Harbor had until happened he read after a FRESH SimjMP, FISH FROZE/ FOOD PACKING KITSMart'
t (i'NN DAY SUNDAY newspaper Nov 12. 1143
Prior. to Alexander talks MO AN OYS .
Uttman, chairman of the
IT I FTMApfMO LATE FOR W. 'A KI''AST nominating committee, offereda

A slate of new officers and all
1 TUML WILL CONVINCE OU AT approved'wlthou

were or a vote by club memberi opposition County Electric: Co. j

They Include H. McRae Saunders ]-
president; Erwin F. John-
"I T DUTCH KITCHEN wick, vice-president; Harris R. Quality Sea' Food 'Market
Lowery, Jr, secretary. Drew ; DEMON 1 DG. 'e- P ONE 81 1
King treasurer, and Harry Beck- !
man and Harry Hutto director
chairman. The club had 17 i

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,t} :, Stuart Plumbing and orks" ,

f'' Under New Ownership apd Management i

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ij :, I! Wish Acknowledge I $&f Pleasing Reaction ;Frbrn,,( ;

Ur t .ei neral fi .Public \ .

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1 :": We have in stock, for sale' :2!.,and 4 incl OUR AIM .AN LICY WILL i3E.T

i 'l" soil pipe. Also '/: to 1 '/;: inch co .r,, y

(, :g pipe in any quantity.. 4


",, : All types of domestic wa r pumps at' PATRONAGE IS,APPRECIATED ?s* {

.' 'proper local l prices. lectrtc, Water ?*

heaters, 20 and 30 allona' I "

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THE STUART NEWS STUART ,Martin: County, Florida, THURSDAY! APRIL; J, 1947 FlOL .IVd o,

t SOCIAL: NEWS and the \WEEK IN STUART Mews MRS.items MARY for this HARTMAN paper must reach Society the Editor newspaper II J '1)). 'e r ,J

Happenings of office before neon en Wednesday I I :: I

e'. Home Telephone 35-W Office Phone 300 :{; i j

PHYLLIS JANE BAKER EPISCOPAL MEN ELECT parture the last of this month' of Hobe Sound, Dr, and Mrs. l: ') i

High School l'' Beta Club TO .WED E. H. ANDREWS. I CHADBOURN TO HEAD I Public Installation For O.E.S. A teen..,. 'group of guest of Leonard Sanford, Port Bewail \' I'::1" t'l ,II A'g:1) ; :':\{

NEW: CHURCH CLUB the Hobe Sound winter colony and Mr and Mrs J. Dickenson 't', t h '
who attended Mina Porters Este winter guests at the Sun. !i. ,1' I
Sponsors Fashion Show Philip H. Chadbourn was elected Newly elected: officers of the(jAn Wortham: Ruth. Alice Gil- School for Girls at Farmlngton, sloe Inn Other guest of the I '',
president Of the new Martin Unity Chapter 37. Order of East- son, Clara Gllson, Martha, Virginia Oonn.. when Mrs. Willoughby Willoughbys,were Mr and Mrs: \ l' 6'
-- County Episcopal Men'i .Club ern Star. will be installed at 1 Gardner: Elects Alice Oil- was a member of the faculty, Max Reynolds Jr, of Marquette, ''J J J, I t
Martin' p, m. Friday at the Woodman son, Jr., warder Marcia Smith Mich.. who cruising Florida '
Club McPherson Roberta Nuner, contralto Included Vivian Weyerheauser of are
Beta at
"..* as an organization meeting Hall Friends and members are sentinel John Hilton. Paul Martha Hornblower of waters aboard the Pelican Mrs I I
theonhlpofMr sang "Shortnln' St. ,
,-nW High School, under Bread, he parish house March 18 P. invited. < The installation ritual will be Boston and Helen Ravenel of Reynolds is a niece of Mr. Wll* 'I''I'i, \; '.1 I fL 1 I
Ruby K. toy, and Ernie Rlcou, the wistful was named vlce-presl- j i '
Bridges I'
The new officers are: worthy conducted. by Mrs. Theresa Weln- Baltimore Monday tea guests loughby, Also Mr and Mr. Sey p I
IJalrtcfcd by Ernie Wcou and Whistler, rendered the song of Y dent and T .E. Preston secre- matron, Berta Stuart, worthy' ert, Past Grand Elects of Fort were Mr and Mrs. Hornblower mour Holbrook ot Norfork, Conn. ; t ) Wi
presented a style the desert, 'One Alone The ac- ary-treasurer The following patron, Wayland Blanton: associate Pleree Lillian Hansen, Grand
,aJ|M timer Thursday Mr Chadbourn and : matron and patron, Ruth Instructor of Unity Chapter and ,i ;' I IIli!
ot 4'7" In the companlsU were June Matouaek, ,t ,
?,, "Fashloni Mrs Preston met at the home Stevenson and Charles Rue: Mrs. Edythe-Ankeny, Past Matt IiI
March, I9.e Mrs Tyleg and MM Ruby toy of vicar: the Rev R. M. Martin, ; 1/ ': :/
MO) auditorium !secretary, Ola Parker; treasurer, on of Fort Pierce ':f
".. fret number was an amuittttirbuc Modeling the latest In Easter to draw up a charter and bylaws Olive Ctzek; conductress, Lois Orand Chapter will meet 1111 BIG SALE! I f', 1' I II
, act by the talent outfit and summer school dresses I I j '
Courson, associate conductress, Tampa April T-ll Stuart ,) ,
and -sister team. were Joan Combs, Pat Sulli- The next meeting will be a t :'j'
[ brother Ethel Walker; Chaplain Alice sentatives will be Lena t (" I ,
and Mac Saunders, "How van, Shirley Coane Anne Pitt- upper meeting at the parish rere-I l' Ai
lotto Cadwell: marshal Grace Steel- Mrs Parker, Lillian Hansen '
to Ores and Act at a Dance." man, Mary Coleman. Sara Rob house April 11 to which all men I 1 I man; organist Lois Rue; Adah. Clack and Grace Starting April 2 at I I' .: :
second scene was the In- erta and Lurllne Greene Between of the Episcopal church are Invited 1 -- ---'- \ 1 (
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IT of Madam Rene lashlon"It scenes, Dick Roberta entertained Mr. and Mrs. William S. Scott : George KclLh--: ;;Yd---Holder!I I ; '

style Salon where two pros- with harmonica selectIons Charleston, 8. C.. are spending and M Johnson, Stuart Kl-i: ; .1(1'>
ve buyers were shown new- Dorothy Clonts sang the BLUEBIRD SCOUT TROOP I I- 10 .ylea III sports clothes by familiar classic, "Summer Time" STUDIES FIRST AID Lodge, 'having flown down In attended the DlntrlctS 1", } \
Agra! Stewart, the yl* com- Anne Pittman sang the spring The Girl Scout Bluebird Troop the Piper Super-cruiser Mr.Scolt Interclub meet at Melbourne \ /1// : I
entator Appearing were Sara sonnet 'Easter Parade". 2 I met at the Womans Club Tues is president and owner of Caro- March 19. The Melbourne Klw- :
Phyllis Baker Winklemdtra. A country club dance was the BAKER ANDKEWS day afternoon with Mrs. R. B. lina Skyways, a privatelyownedairport anis Club staged a fish fry for' & Gift /ho PQUINN'S I \' ,I' ."
,. Sue Leek Betty Con- setting for the final scene In ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED,, McCullough who conducted the on which he conducts a the East Coast visitors I The high i 'I "(, I i
ii Jean Combs Norma Orlner, which models and their escorts First Aid study chapters on flight school! They came to Stuart school band there furnished; the! i I ,\ I) !;
.IBM Bt-achman During Inter- promenaded to familiar dance Mrs Albert 8 Frlppe.. ]jr. bandages. Honor credit will be because of the aviation facilities music J I STOR1 I .
the audience WIll entsined tunes. They showed the new Riverside Park, has announcedthe given the scouts on completionof at Witham Field and are 3 : .' \4 1 1I
with a trumpet solo, trend toward more feminine engagement of her daughter, the book. Helen McCullough highly complimentary of the M. R. Cartwright and the Rev. ( !'j
aclleM Me If All Those Endear fashions In date-and-dance Miss Phyllis Jane Baker to M*. was elected publicity chairman airport -hlI'MaxWl'1I are back on duty I, ( 11 Novelties and Rents?) Library) "" i I ""j, !
Charms" by Marcia dresses Following Jean BeachlARK'S for the troop. Those present were ; :
I Young Erwin Howard Andrews, of sick '
eon l this week after a few days ilesale Prices! I1
Mr and Mrs W J. Andrews of Helen McCullough, Balerle Madeira Bob Harrell senior at Miami : leave, Selling: EverythingBUTTERFL At 'I q :1'
Melbourne. Pat Hancock Zola Mae University, Oxford Ohio, arrived I PINS Was Now -( t i .!It !

PAINT SHOP The bride-elect will graduate Pattie Blakeslee Gloria. Hancock-and Sunday' with to his spend. the Easier holidays I The Rev V E. Reid. former, (Sterling SiBUTTERFLY ty Catches) $2.98 $ 4. ? '1 1r 'V\ I
from Martin County High School Luckey mother Mrs Louise pastor of the Stuart Baptist' BARRINGS 'I i I {I ,
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this spring Her fiance, a graduate Harrell. Bob 1s majoring In mar- I Church, and Mrs Held have been r I
OVER AAP STORE ON 4TH STREE] G.: A.'* MEET MONDAY keting in the School of Business honored at social (Sterling BacBUTTERFLY ) 1.98 p! \ :
Melbourne High School, numerous :
|re prepared to handle any lyIOBILE The AIda Grayson O.A. met Administration He Is a mem- S TS I '
recently enlisted In the Army' event recently at Lake Worth ";
PAJKTING and .Is stationed at Fort Mc- Monday afternoon at the Baptist ber of Sigma Chi Fraternity where he Is retiring from 'the (Sterling Back 4.50 't'j"
A Church annex The program ,-- after 15 ; >' '1 ,Ii! ;
Cellan Ala. The wedding date' Baptist pastorate yearsi PIN AND EAR NG SETS
LET US MAKE TrtaiiOLpXTO LOOK LIKE NEW has hot been set opened with singing of "WeveA Mra Roscoe Bell of Washington service The Woman Misslnary 298 1 1 :
Story to Tell (to the Nations" D. C.. has been visiting her (Assorted) t t j I j
NO JOB TOQ>flKt OR TOO SMALL after which the girls repeatedthe husbands, parents, Mr. and Union of the the church Woman gave a Club reception i EARRINGS :' r i ; i

Estimo matted out Obligation am onto the stage were Carol' watchword, their allegianceand Mrs Lewis Bell, on Palm Bea bRoad where 300 at friends of the pastor, (Afsorted Slerl Pins) . 1.98 ''' i'i, 'J ::1 l
the 23rd Psalm. Alter a for the last two weeks.. t '
W, Rv CLARK, PropTltJorTHRSTEAK Anne Smith escorted by Karl business session the took '- and his family gathered to express :, PINS j'
John Krueger, winkle Blunders,! group their appreciation of 1.25 E I
up chapters In the study course. Dr. A H. Loofbora, JancivllleWls their I (Auortcd) It''
squired by Charlie Hall, !Sara I service to the church and community Ii ;;
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-t ,Roth with Emerson Kramer, and "forward Steps" During a social ., dentist, who with his wife, NECKLACES t ajr "
Janle Elklns, attended by Mae' hour Ice cream waa served to came for a wlntec tour of Florida (Assorted) 2.98 1 f '
Saunders. Jollne Klckllter, Zola Mae spent the month of March Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L Wll- PALM TREE PINS 'jir'
HOUSE I Mrs DeBerry; was In charge of: Blakeslee. Isabel Mathers, Georgia at the..Fishnhol and is returning I loughby, Jr, have entertained (Sterling Safety Ca s) 1.98 \ }
Evans Pam Cross Muncy home this week. This. is their I t h'1 '
makeup and Dolores Bartlett recently at their home 150'I I
3 Mile\South of Stuart Fed. Hi-Wf I I arranged muslo for the occasion, Boyd P Blakeslee, Patty Luckey and Mrs, J first season here and they plan at Port Sewall at a series of afternoon CAT(Sterling PINS Catches) .. .. 1.98 : I'' ,j, ,
cThcKEN The Beta Club extended appreciation future visits teas prior to their de-
STEAK and SEAra0tf'DINNERS to merchants In town _.. _.- : SHELL ROSE NE LA S
PLATE LU HES j WICHES I who helped make the show a Mr. and Mrs Harold Spicer I (Sterling Silver aim) .__ 2.98 \ P+

Beer, Wi 's' rnTSoft Drinks success The clothes modeled and son Skipper left Thursday! WE HAVE: ALL KINDS OF WILD ROSE PI. ,p1
for Southport, Conn., to visit :
1 came from the Stuart Depart- (Sterling Chains 198 ;,, I
GAS, mfxllRTSpJ AUTO REPAIR ment Store, Greene Dry Goods Mrs Splcer's mother, Mrs, Helen ,
SHELL PI S and EA RINGS 2.98 .
Wyckoff They have the RICE J
A. Store, Ora's Dress Shop and Mrs.Ferguson's spent NEW NOVELTIES i ff
7 A. M.H 3:00 M.G. With
pea Dress Shop. The costume season Mr Spicer parents i DOGWOOD P S
L. Dunning, Owner 'Jewelry was from La Mr and Mrs, Roger' Spicer, StLucle : WE ALSO SHIP FRUIT (Sterling Safe Catches) 1.65 ,' I !t t;

Pointes Jewelry Shop, The. record Estates ANYWHERE DOGWOOD TS 6\
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Open Daily 2 45 Stromberg-Carlaon courtesy of Bartlett through Brothers, the, Tuesday Mr and morning Mrs. Burton for their Smith home left, Ed's Eruit and Novell hop FISH-SCALE(Sterling Ba s INS) and EARRI\GS 1.93 l ;j l \ \ (im; f '

? electrical In Locke, N. Y and Mr. and Mrs. INS 1 I \' !
I II 111 :J ,I I C. Movies Are Your Beat I The profits from the performance Harry Martin left Sunday for 1 11ioIa. GARLAND EDENF1ELD, ncr FLAMINGO(Sterling Ca chei) 250 1 J;''1 t' I 'r. .faj';t:
Falrton, IN, Jv their Northern : '
/n/ I1\ Entertainment Value will go Into the Beta club ..... 'e-e 5-.. Corner.2n tAt fed. Highway ANGEL VHfNG SWANS '!

URS hi. and"SATURDAY.. APRIL 3-4 L 5TH I'State fund to convention send memgen In Deland-to" the, In e 1 1 (Used fo / Book Ends 50 6' I ''Ii j, Ji
May Mrs. E. Nellie Pezzonl has mov- FISHING/BOYS

ed Into her new home at 124 FoMU (Made FLOWERS OCCASIONS
SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAYMiss purchased property adjacent to 2.9 2.00 : .,
Sterling Chains
her home. She ( )
,Mary Shackelford waa through June before returning I'{ 1
I honored at a surprise birthday to her summer home' in .New ARRANl EMENTS MAN/MORE ITEMS ON WHICH YOU CAN SAVE ,I
party Thursday night at the York City. \ 1
home of Mr. and Mrs S W.Tray- I 50 PER CENT AND MORE. BUY FOR EASTER ANDMOTHER'S ,.',
r lor at Port Bewail with her _utterfieldare ,
r mother, and guest Miss Mary moving to Fort Pierce to S H'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOP i DAY NOW l'i
Louise Sloan she had been a make their home as he has accepted I
dinner guest at the Traylor'safter a position as druggist 1n WE WIRE FLOWERS Come In and Ask for JeVn EdL

which a group of friends the Silver Palace Pharmacy. He I lade Bldg.. Stb St., Ft. Pierce' Phone 310-J I
t3EaSHtl t1 surprised her with birthday has been associated with Brun- ,
C'RORpNO1 greetings and gifts Joining the er: '* here since the prescription -- L i iy
Y roX I dinner guests were Mrs R. M. department was. opened a few 'j il ilw ily
I Smaller and guest Mrs George months ago
Also Ross, Mrs. W 8, Orathwahl and -e _
her house guest, Mrs Lloyd Travis Dr. and Mrs Henry Vorls of -
w/satAl/ s w and her house guest, Mrs H. East St Louis, 111, arrived by '
i iNE P111 [t NIITSNIiI hem M. .Klelfeld/ and Mra. Carroll auto Thursday night for an In- \g( ; FOR EASTER : p p'E
Dunscombe dcfenlM
N611 M1t l1R4 OjIIGE : stay at their new homeIn ,
WESLEY SERVICE GUILD Jensen Beach. Dr. Vorls owns
,0 IN fVir11 Itrf omltm yist1 WILL MEET TONIGHTThe 1000 feet of riverfront property', J
[ CSII LNfNPo9MI Wesley Service Guild of 10 acres of the former HSrbrecht
St HM 1. Ill) the Methodist Church will hold site which he plans to develop Distinctivejfjctticlry (
the monthly meeting at 7:JO tonight when labor and building material -
at the church After the are more j .plentiful
EASTER SUNDAY MO DAY. APRIL 6 &.7TH meeting the members will go to -e-
the home of Mrs. Clftra' Chandlerfor Mr and Mra Dan Marts, who GIFTSjPEARLS
a business and social: hour, have spent several winters In < tI

LOVERS ,.. Stuart but were In Miami this JrGlamodfas
COLEE-BENNETT year, stopped in Stuart
HAUNTED BYl MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED to visit Mr. and loin M Deltah and Bali I,: i 1 1I
Mr. and Mra. X. U Colee have Sharp and Mr. and Mra Mond"'l
,l A MAD announced the marriage of their qutst. They were Jr I !
daughter, Peggy, to Sgt Eugene uorth y Mrs. Marts het .
[. SUSPICION Bennett of Chicago and Boca Leslie Blackman, and her mother A LAI' SELECTION FROM $3.50 Up ,
THAT TURNS Raton, which will take place at Mrs. Emma Steelman who celebrated
y eight tonight at the Baptist her 80th birthday today, iI !
INTO TERRORIATNARIiVE Church. The pastor, the Her e c : 50METHING NEW j
Phil Maxwell will officiate with Another popular! couple at the .
the double ring ceremony, with Fbhnhole, Mr. and Mra Charles .f
a small group of family and Larsen, known as' "Skip" and ,. F a: FUR le t I
: N BUN' BFRi TAYLOR friends in attendance. After the 'Ltna", have enjoyed their first ( Yj N
wedding trip the young couple winter here so much that they 8 ,(fl
(ww.w.t .Q 1 kse ( Case"' "I't.ea1ROBFRT will make their home. at Boca t1
will com down again In De-
OVUM cember to stay through March. ieIa

CATHOLIC GROUP MET Their home i Ie Waterford. Conn:
The Ladles' Club and Men'sChib ,

Church of held St..Joeeph1t a, Joint meeting Catholic at Mr$. Clark w Shepard e ha returned f STERLIG and ooTlDED CHATELAINES j' ; b,

'TUESDAY the rectory Mon. evening to discuss to her, home In Cleve- WlTI ,SPARKLINt RHINESTONES ... ... .. ........$3.50 up
WEDNESDAY A IL g a: 9THLAUG business matters. Refreshments land after a week In Stuart. Mr,

served. Present Ehtpard who'came down 'with,
were TWO\ONE Ill
Mrs. Joe Hitch,, Mra. Kelly PsqnJ. her, will; remain to attend to repairs FLOWERED BKOO I By French GOLD FILLED WITH

ALLOPi, HEART LUPtA Mrs. 8. O,-Burt. r.oa.; Dee Kennedy of the recent fire damageto SAPPHIRE COLORED STONE MATGHI EARRINGS ........ ...... ...........:,-... .$14.50 d
WA PING HIT FROM LTI jars Mltchael Harkins, Mrs.til the Shepard estate. Official k
Rlcou Mr*. R. J, Irwin, Mrs. estlmaU of the damage, ha not '" Gift of The Mo Jq s a;
h40sst1'I.h..L.wftkh.b.y Bessie Kimball, Mrs Charles H. been completed, It was reported. -
.tars! John O. B. Cadwell James Mer JAY-KEL'ORIGiyvif MOC WATCII 505j ( EARRINGS THATCH, WO"TAX( INCLUDED)
"Tb. Q.se-Tseo, roman John Rosbury, Michael 4_ _
Harklns, X. Svtlokos George Zar- lira Francis Smith former -
_ nits, Frank Schlosser, Louis t
FI society of The Stuart
Lorenzo,,Joseph .Clements, B. -
a +
New U
now with Station WIRAIn
Hodapp, Leo Ooessllng, and Mr*. LaPQINTKIMPOTED
Fort Pierce a* new reporterfor -
C. r. Goodwin of Washington D. ,
s C..who recently arrived her to ,Martin County
make Stuart her home. L
The Alvln'r. Millers and their AND COSTLJME JEWELRY

Cot. A. c:'VorU entertained (for eon Alvin r. WIlIer and wife
his brother and wife,Dr. and Mrs. and ton from Mew Jersey, have
a. Vorla, at luncheon Friday at Ms completed a,new home on their EXP
s oacwai; apartment |111 the France. Other riverfront property at Rio:They VICTORY ARCADE. ATUART FLORIDA
r guest\ were Mr*. Rupert Grave* an relattve* of the J,' Wetter
t N and 'daughter. Lani!,. and Mra lIHlen aid have k been .vidttag
--- Ralph Hartman flortda for M yw*., ,


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f ilt1111I1tttittii1111f1rtttllttW WIFE W tillit
.J ==0=o- -OClorcaoaora: :: ::=:=zQCIO HOW ABOUT US? ,

Pt ::==OClOC::==O=ovo00-.0 vestigation of flood conditions in the Everglades, and the iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiitiiiitlilliiiiiiiiii. .'' l MlPiiiiiiiiiiiiini,, '
Published Thursday hold the big
every at desire of the Okeechobee area interests to
is force which
\ Stuart, Martin County, Florida, teaches Spiritual has been power the greatest a force in tiietory,the) davclop-dearly lake to a low level, it possible that once again St. Lucie ORNAMENTAL. SHApE TREES fOR UYESJONF .so,,,.,
j by Stuart Dally News, Inc. a I Canal may be jest open on a practically continuous basis- Sy ]XI'IGsenas IP.tenseA. i
.' s Florida .raeotofseen. Yet we, ave been'- jnejreiy pUyiaf>> orifth'" heads off about
corporation.Entered interests howl.their \ \
unless Martin County
it and have never really studied it .> we have the phy. MOflACEAE1Fur
t M second-clan: mall deal force Some day people will; learn that material the damaged this silt-laden water does to Ais St. tropical.xwuntcM ,!rtbei Me. Mrbao*:'AO lUttv III1K! I
batter at the office at the flood Is roaring through .
pent Right >Bow yellow
,things do not faring happiness, and ee of fcttU UM in the canal' existence! than same of the species of Flom.%e genus i II well ftplea,
doubtful that
Stuart, Florida under the Act Lucj: lock, although it is highly
i (* racking people creative and powerful. Then .the ed in Southern. Fka kla. Nearly a1Lof.the many! Introduced T
in daily by spwvigunuu
$ of March t, 1879.A tAkes out one-third of the water that U poured
PRESS cintiU of the world will turn fihtur khorefarte, the Klsslmmee River at the north end of the lake, JIFUWOU with |wxl oiae Jullage. ',yAnwng item there. 4, |J
FREE 34 rEARS OF SERVICE over to the study of tpirittiol, ree* which& Jh*..Juvrdly Emergency opening And closing! of the canal does variation .In ue, shape, and .texture Art 4be .,hewn, and In attar Juie /

t, I soI .,.,. fit..... o.u, N... n_ been scratched. some damage here but we can tolerate that. If we can of the .fruits Not all ,that\ thrive on *be Jinwilooe mill ire dT''
\ i aI CoI,. H..... rip-. IM ilia MarA (:hrle !Steinmets/ look forward to the lock being closed .again say in 30 able ornamental shade tree,.ejther! .becauiw they jut dirty n \

f FREE PEOPLE p tl'_". ...hl..hM.. 110. I..ill...w.s......Aoril..... withy II.t ATTENTION days, that's not so bad ; but if we are to be faced with the they are difficult to keep within desirable Hpltfi. At least five Wjan

t. "a.wr...h Th.I. 1111.Tlbw" The..,,.,.._..-1 calls ildu joI. AIRPORT- NEEDS: prospect of practically continuous drainage- into the St. desirable for wider planting In tltuatlnn luituble to then. TV,
....r...... U.ob.r. t. 1191, 'IU MkIvfWIN -_ ''rbe( New has heard front a number air-minded! Lucie basin then that comes under the heading of a major are f altUiliM/ Blume, f frftgfcMa/ t., f,. benjamlna' L,. F,
.. ,.
..... .. ....
I, .V.,. shria,qa. .Whow.fa.b..lr citizens that Witham field i is living up to expectation in disaster to this area. : Blume and F. beflie!gee C }fopre.F. .

.' j providing a fine landing spot for winter residents and air.borne It means that commercial and sport fishing in the .Inside oltiutiM/ it k _native ef Jodjaud! t Is ,*' tall" spreading .toe

1, A If. MICNHINCKKHCKtHT IYONK :..:: : ...:....6' ; sportsmen but that we aren't living I up to keepingWitham waters, supporting industries grossing a million dollars rapid growth. it h ItI..hicIIr.( ., leathery'Jewel and u
a..6.e t Field in the spruce, npic-and-npan condition which annually will be ruined. It means, further that the lively ,few aerial! moll. ,it *- perhaps t the...._.of( the large J
SUBSCR ** nON RATES would make an inviting airport. immeasurably valuable. asset of comparatively deep and figs and J. recommended far eIIates and I\IIIkI: where stiff! '.

I ..., II", Mill, 0.. "..r IS II Two Ymri _...._...__._....._. l. MItiww The county Eased the field to the Palm Beach Aero wide bay will be forever lost through being sllted-up. can be provided for Us development end"where very dome. "/hair"* ldsircd
11r' ,r/N@x/ r.dw bad- .. pp4li.tluii. ''I'll. ....,......, .._,.. titm eight Corporation but it is still probable that we have an obligation We went through one such period when the lock was it also U well suited fur avenue 'jJUrrtfng :for It Is Jrcslitunt
Is ..jMt say obi.'llai\ obi* ......11.._.' supervisory maintenance and, if not then It.. left continuous basis, And the result was that yul4|
on a
1'1. A.nnrla.d, I I'lwu I U fxolN..lv.lir ..UII.. lo l*. ... far ....ul.llc.ll..m of ill MWI open |
< is certainly up to the commissioners to put the heat on*the many of the bay sections formerly 10 to 12 feet deep were
I : MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I silted loss F. jvIigwM > native of juidio.js. laiwbotne, ,medium V\J
lessees In to depths of from 5 to 2 feet. You can't put a .
-- There were 20 plt.nes on the field 'Sunday Among i tike-that in dollars because; it means the surrender of a tree with imuotb light colored fork: ,em itbe flunk and meet..,j

: County Wants Action arrivals and departures were J, 'P. Harriman, Jock Whitney natural asset a little tendency' to farm aerial I rant Tim leave, which '
Jack Vanderbilt here for a quick trip to Kobe Martin County must be vigilant now to fight for a slightest( braene, are yurte dntinet, being< lung jXmled,thin, 11glt
Sound and a day or so deep sea fishing. The Airport is high( lake level on Okeechobae. We must keep the United and .slimy, somewhat heart shaped a andtapegng to' long tiprudugv e
On Deepening of Inlet.doing what we expected it to do in being a valuable asset States EneineeraJnforiaad .of our interest in this matter- Jt ii highly.recommended for ipe,<:"rpen or avenue, plil 11at
both for amateur fliers locally and for air-minded: residents And! we must be represented. at any Congressional investg !- F. Ix-MJaiuiiw/ a.native ef Malaya it l Ltr.ae (jneidiiig'tKe"drooping /

-- -- I of our winter colonies, but its. borders are unkempt, >>tion. Okeechobee held to a level of around 14 feet- branches and mull damp Snow. lillY, ovate or rush
fl,,u. IIwiKht Rogers, I I i parts, of wind.wrecked planes\ are in evidence, and needs ,which is what the Everglades farming interests really want and with few aerial roots. 4t it- One of itbe wort I beautUu'k spews

1)1'/ i Representatives, attention .would ruin Martin ,County sport and commercial fishing wall stapled, to estate park or street planting
'It\ .1, /liinjrton. I 1) c. How glaringly it needs attention j li illustrated by the .' F. nititla, a native of Malaya it one of the mot graceful tiI|a]
I I"' II'i Dwight( j fact that the top of one of the buildings ripped off in a The only real solution for the problem is conservation FICUI spwKf, especially. Jf trimmed top single. trunk. The tree i
11)in' ) community\ \ expects you to yet on the ball and cieent: wind storm and deposited on one of the taxi strips- of the water that pours into the Jake from the Klssimmee right growing,!! nod forms very dense j shade,"' The' leave UKlaiirrl
: 1 rare action for UM on bt I.utie Inlet, if it is in any way In /Mill there two weeks later River valley.. A series of check-dams and reservoirs! on the l .like, ,'very dark green and glomy: The specie Is excellent! fail
\ i I"'. ible to get the project this year. 1 Is anybody looking after the airport, I Kissimmee Plain\ ,, would lavethe water for the periods of situations where a large specimen ,to lurpith" dew shade Is wsntet\

Fight: years ago we worked ourselves to the bone get drought when it is so badly needed. F. bnUmgeri, sit native.of Australia, is an .Mprlglit growing tm
tuck up statistical data to finally convince: the U. S. Army I -OQOE=:::=.aosxocl: ;: p>D0 medium! size, with '* jingle trunk and leathery! ovate leave (s I Ui,

I IIlllltteere, that the deepening of St Lucie Inlet was a feasi-1 ARE -FLORIDA'S SCHOOLS GOOD king/ dark graan above und light green __tho Jt i II nether ilj\
i 1,1.l and worthy project which would be beneficial to the NEWS and COMMENT ENOUGH: fOR OUR CHILDREN?, growing Ain luiKwtiHw soils! but is fairly.clean.and i* reomiif'M Uavenue
n.,limn and to this area bringing in returns far in excess planting
,Ii i (he lens than $r>0.000 necessary to dig a channel throughi OL-o: =o=====OCla&IoCl:: oao The Fact or penmen .

:, i II.i This project was approved and recommended PHILIP HEMENWAY CHADBOURN'S poem "Ode to Florida has SOME schools that are excellent. MOSTof COMB ETAQAE:
'n', ..r.uly.I I, 1941. by Major-Geneial J. L. !bchley, then Chief! Easter Lilies,which appeared on this page last week, is them are BELOW average. Some are very poor. Uiicula luirerat/ L, or Black-olive a native of West! Indies
"I.i Engineers:: ,'- a wonderful piece ef work I wonder how .many-of us .appreciated These shameful conditions .exwt,because <)f a lack of Florida, is beautiful tree of JMiiull .medium size WIKI is hodresistant ;,
? citizen Jnterest and a failure to support schools! prop- to wind or drouth .mid li tolerant salt spray Its IJ'brunt.hew
Approved by the House River and Harbors Commit. its beauty depth and awareness J think that ,it
I i ti..<.. the project was on the hat to be immediately complet. I deserves a place alongside the best in American poetry, erly. form a broad head The numerous small leallierv lem
crowded. at the ends tit short branches are variable In size and)
A rd when the Japs struck at Pearl Harbor and all civil and The News hopes that Mr Chadbou/n, who recently Did You Know That iq
vM>rk was halted. We were told at that time that it would built a homt onthe banks of the St Lucie Will .continue i and maiiyW the branch terminate In .a ibort jpine In fertile u
Florida spends $220,000,000) per year on tobacco and (lie urnuliei, excellent hade and Ji suitable(18' either
,h,, one of the first projects to be effected when civil work to contribute to our newspaper alcoholic beverages BUT only ,132,000,000 on its park rau
Y' \la':i resumed by the Engineers after the war or specimen plulitingTermliKilia
Last MY ENTHUSIASM at receiving this genuine( piece\ of public schools ,, ..1'1"114edd/ !\ a native of India, I II a medium to In
year we less sat
more or on our hands expecting Florida stands at the bottom of all states in effort to
j this promise to be fulfilled. Anyone familiar with our poetry for our paper has behind it ream upon ream support iU schoolsa' Floridians spend 1.18'A of broad leaved ivmiwttrical tree adapted 4o Juneilooe toil sad! ifarejiitant
I ,.!nation knows that we had done our part. No commun- of innocuous verse which comes to newspapers large their income for public schools, the lowest In the nation to high!: winds. It If fairly <;ltHn) urnichei. jnoderulely> 4t-|
t ih could' have worked any harder than this one has to and small No one, I suppose, ever lived who did not shade and is niitiiUle for growing a* I specimen\ avenue tree.

rout the federal requirements Scores of men here have at one time or another sense"the charm of rhyme and The average fifth grade pupil in Florida is about a J31CNPNIACEAEJacaraluh
\voiked thousands of hour try to "dash off something Sooner or later these octrrl/ufo/ Plumb and is
on this Job. We have half-year behind national standards in some poor flanpL or Jacaranda nil
marshaled the economic data, had inspection parties at "impromptu dashes" find their way to the editor'sdesk counties, two years below standard. .> 'of Solids, ) America with delicate aern-Jlke Jqliage f and produces I ffusKM \
r d'it' site, sent delegations to district headquarters of the I and appear under the' title "This Week's Poem"or Some classes in Florida have bad from 5 to 15 different ) of ItiveiHler.blue flowers fnm illlltU June. ft is a mini

i Engineers: at Jacksonville. and to the division headquarters the editorial page. teachers in one year to large spreading tree furnishing jnoderately,dense shade and k M

u Richmond I Va We have had every reason to expect Florida has over,1.200 teachers with less than 2 years able ai a specimen tree. For jbort time prior to the blooming pen.Jt .
fooling anybody) Most of them aren't
that you would vigilantly pursue the tmal objective and we know it. Some are entertaining i verse and poems some, college trai.ning.thgusands more who are not 4- may be partially or vntirely without foliage.

St. Lucie Inlet was authorized in the Rivers and Har are little rhymes mirroring nothing. Only qnce in a' blue year' ,graduates Tallin. pnttaplMflla/ ((L.) Heqxl, A native of Centrul Arne
l horn Bill of March 2, 1945, an authorizing act which ap- does real is a symmetrical. round.headed evergreen *"", '.411 nediurn side, (lumt
1 moon a poem come along How Can Our School Be Improved
(jn>i>iiated no funds. ,., dense
t shade The leaves are lung Jldi\llutl\ digitatelypsed M
1 ,\ We had no reason but to expect that this extremely "'ODE TO EASTER LILIES" 1 is such a.good piece of fort Ex-pt'1'ts'llgrel!' we are now getting about what we pay with 3 to S leaflets up to 6 inches in length Fragrant pink teen

minor expenditure wqujd be approved in the 110,125,250 in 'are produced In late winter and early The tret'l1II i am
Kia work so perfect f'xpreMion1O beautiful in its If our children are to have decent opportunities, jt spring
'ipnropriations O. in II. R. 5400 but
/ when this mended for
measure music that I lack to specimen planting.
t was and words fully praise it. Inmy will tale well-trained., teachers and school leaders.
passed signed
by Presidents Truman on May 2, mind <- critic as I be this is good EUPJIORBIACEAE
DIG, Public Law 374 may ju as U. S. Chamber of Commerce proves education pays
i a* St. Lucie Inlet
We have was out. any poem I have ever read. It has beauty and aware 'dividends the better their education the wealthier Bitclmffta/ //nvanic Blnme, a native of Tropical Asia, is *
We know that a the thorough President understanding slashed the of the situation ness about it, and I hope ,that this beautiful child of the people. to large, tall and Dreading, fast growing.tree with\ diatinl1l.eThe falw
$623,500,000 esti-
mutes of needed work to less than one-sixth that amount Mr. Chadbourn's pen will find its way to far greater The public should insist upon efficiency in its schools leaves ore triiulute with variable; _"-IeI'I'ate leaflets vim

Id 4 t year, and that he has issued a directive this year limiting I' audience than our 1,600 readers with proper standards and, proper financing. griftlnully clwnge In color from light to.dull green and finally to |H

new work on rivers and harbors for the fiscal year 1947 'I'THE WORLD needs stuff like this today., We need a"Renaissance" i How To Provide Better School! 1 ', It ish Is bronze recommended jn nge (lIe The tree J* fairly clean I and provide IWIIII'1 I4

I t.? $25,000.000 specifying that the remainder of the apia of the human spirit which again, as in the'! ; Provide at )least $18,000,000, more from state fundsfor specimen or venue> planting
opmtion is to go "for maintenance and completion of days of ancient Greece will appreciate beauty and seek schools.. SAPOTACEAE
I projects already begun" I kim zaiMtta L. or Sapodilla, native ,of Tropical) Aimnts( ,
with humilityfor knowledge and for truth. We need it. Pay teachers a living wage:
i We are aware that a similar situation exists for new how we need :jt, in this time:::: when a savage and cynical I' Employ and pay teachers in line with their trainingand evergreen' stately, with.a dense, rounded or,conical crown attaining'!
work for the fiscal year 1948 and that the economy- materialsm seems to be ,reflected from the egos of .the experience. "height of 40 feet, with horizontal or drooping branches and stiff ft*
I 1 minded chairman of the House Appropriations Committee small and the great. : Take petty politics out of school management. leaves clustered at the end of branchlett Jt J.* father slow grow
s Rep, Tarver (R.N.Y.) has stated that his committee I ,Expand school services to meet pupil needs for guidance but il remarkably free from insect pert *nd diseases and requires! fct
I + will,I! re-examine and require justification for all outstand THE THOUGHT is farfetched in a way and 'I recreation physical training character development attention Old trees are among our mod t-beautiful onuiiKUtali v
.fl m authorized public works for which appropirations have I like to think that if General Marshall and Joe get and good citizenship., with a little t twining become excellent shade trees, It fa recinnincn, *
I lee' n authorized but not yet made. I would take time off to write "An Ode to Easter LJIiei" Assure better local leadership. ,County superintendents for specimen/ Ar roadside plantings, ,
We are further aware that the Engineers have, at then I the world would give a great sigh of relief should be at least as well trained as teachers. SAPINDACEAE

tt the. 'iiif| >nt of the President, submitted through the Burau\ of I WE SEEM today to be so wrapped up in the "mental i School boards should be interested In service.- not Euphoria loneaoa Lam., a'native of Chin and a close reliti";
Budget a six-year construction! program from 1947 ] strain" of "international crises" atomic bomb threats and 1 salary, ; the Lytliee, I iI .a handsome small with l hart
.rough ]1952 and that St. Lucie Inlet Is still alive on this warnings, traveling so rapidly toward a precipice, thatit Fix responsibility, I in the school system., If things are elliptic to ovate to lanceolate dark evergreen glossy tree leaves 6 gray to 12 '*H

1 1 .i hedule".'ar 1950.listed" under "Estimated Obligations by Fiscal, is refreshing te take time off to wonder at the beautyof not improved, you will then ,,know.who I la:at fault. long It Is recommended where small green specimen shade \tree! is w *j

I 'I'! Last the unexplainable all about us",That's what poets de. Contact Your State Harpullia cm/npsIoidsa Roxb., a native of India and M,ilayi, i
: year when the House and Senate appropriations It's' a wonder that there' are left. Representative and Senator BEFORE '
Committees met to decide what should be left in and what any E. L. They Go To :Tallahassee in April Make Your Wuhe attractive tree of small to medium size< with leave of 4.J paUl
: .j I should be left out of the appropriations the records show "'' I Known for Our CHILDREN'S Sakel) lanceolate shining leaflets attaining 8 Inches In length. It "bean hn..
II '. 1 that you appeared before both House and Senate commit. --- ---- orange mils which break open,exposing large smooth black ..-

4 tees! but we are unable to find that you made any Help Keep Them Green ullllllu11/11/IIIIIIIIU1111tuI1111111t1111tsIII/ j/ I11111uttulumul11111tmul. tuuusl,IIUIIIU ill fairly clean tree recommended jpedmop,nlantinf where
f 1 'itx(cial plea on behalf of St. Lucie Inlet. ately dense shade, Is desired. ,

This Is the one tangible thing we as a people have 11:1olO.: ... N.... TIoIa{ _.fa _.ad on d. ...... of ..." .._ Letters To The F torusuIuwIBleututuIIswIuwntulumunlnuuumpnlnuIuIuu .. HOSACEAEriol .
IIed i of you as our Representative in the Congress. Air 1... a.w..d _.r d wiy" h1..d I. ; >oiry. Inponica Lindl..or LoqUAt; a oII8U- of China, k *

J We are becoming not only weary but disillusionedon The Trees seen from your train window are umuunpu tractive symmetrical evergreen with dense(gK>wti 'attaining *
this subject It is now time for the House your FLAYS GOVERNMENT LAND fOUCT of 25 wba
Appropria trees but they are not those that stood in the forests when to 30 feet Jt is recommended 4or nnoineg nlnnting
tion" Committee again to be examining Rivers and Harbors Editor Stuart New: small shade J
tree i It desired tree,
our forefathers foot on these shores. While belt ltnaw.(e M'a Jniit{
appropriations, to select projects which will have Its blessing Eighty acre of land tt Camp Murphy was purchased by ornamental and
The original virgin forests have long since fallen to very providesaroelgnt. { shade.MYRTACEA .
my father In 1S21 tor $20 per acre, and we ban paid taxe* on the
4t What do have the swing of the woodsman's axe, or have been laid Waste land sInce that time. Now the \ *::
special plans you to fight for St. Lucie government is going to give It to
; 1 Inlet This community has fought not for just 8 or 10 by devastating fire or other destructive agency. Those UM State. Here 1* the deal the politicians) put to us Sent \ua a Eugenia cUmM" MOT or Jawbqlon. a ,BMh of SoutneaJtern
years but for 50 years War l'epartment'records show that fell before the axe were milled into boards for the choc .(or |40 or We per acre. :We sent It back, telling them we did and tlw -East Indies, li vigorously crowing.AM .pf medium *> .
tt that we first asked for St. Lucie Inlet deepening in 1898. building of homes and rthei manufacture at many useful not want to tell\ the land; tor them to gq ahead and UM It for the size and rather compact habit Its '>light cray .feu* .and clean W
We spent over $1,250,000 to build a jetty and deepen a articles necessary to and comfort Unfortunately duration otwar, and return the land to u* when they were Is very attractive. The tree vidvtarjdi wjue1 OMite wall and taroot
1 ship channel 20 years ago. without, the cutting was performed in a wasteful .manner IhjougU with .It They jest u* a check for 480 or $1 per !acre attacked by Serious pest or -disea. nhu sec. The Wv s *. g a'

The columns of this newspaper are open to you fora the thought result to of the laying future.As waste. to and we sent.this check!!: back Here la the deal (put thl In your inches in length, broadly oval !pith a (point candid and realistic.reply I on this situation Do you see generations your forests duringpast paper and then re-read the last line of the 4th Amendment of the and lighter green ,below .\4on above. 'ne.ATM Jn jecanvnental
to this we are with a critical situation Constitution): avenue and,specimen '
any way get comparatively project, which with to> economic planting
Already has the blessings of the War Department, O.K'd used in the respect production our of welfare for trees ace : Paid $1800 lor .the so acres! In 1921 Paid .taxes.on land until 'MEUACXAE.
this ? Will make for it before many necessary, as well as luxury 1942. :Now my Government takes the land for tell Swlelenla mahagmt>> slow ?"'
year you a fight the House items incident to our living. Lumber 180, me ,that Jocq: or Mog ny..k *,native, g
everyday is
find Senate Appropriations Committees? Do you want us not only in our homes and other structures but in the furnIshing used, I II all-it!*worth and then tell me I am $o. t on the;list t.o.l8t symmetrical _I'PIl.tree of ,motions i .i...,op. Jlme ton w I lk
J to ask all the varied interests lln Martin County which are that go into them, and such additional modern K bMkl This amount to stealing land. foliage I occasionally-attadted -by caterpillaM. quilAi aU f*

affected the ,politically powerful personages in our necessities as wrapping bags WttiR.FORT of roadside or avenue.:he* hut not .recommend AI .atree. "
paper, paper chippingcoo '
'WInter colonies and the : -
nationally potent industrial Interests tainers Beaumont Texas.tpitltttta .
plastics, synthetic camphor, cellophane rosin f qr. '
which have
branches here
to call
on Congressmen soaps, paper towels, paper napkins, and CANE14ACEAE:
in other States to give you their assistance? Do you wanta come from your forests ;rayon jnanyothararticles \ i ij .lon.g: t SSOmo=-=-IIM: oaaoe Canea! rains. .a ry (L) ,G.eds;'I h ;telly.wqtlhd; 1/1II1.

local delegation to come up and report to ;the. committees The chances are that you do not own the land on COMEON-LET, $ LAUGH i tree ,which can be madejnto i good> Batten.*U4e tree with J Jprunning
which these The crown .H densiw r3l shining b
trees grow, nor do you live in the community ( durk green
This community wants St. Lucie Inlet deepened. We one:::::::=:=oaoc.o: : : : ,o of oval Jarra .>
through which you are now passing. Nevertheless, they ,Both the lea. W Mi .*. .nfoy. aroroatio
.' want it bad enough to continue the fight if the odds are are your trees! You have an Interest in every tree on the THOUGHTFUL FATHER contrast of the yineof PrpU, AIM) ) .... eef'I '*(
encouraging enough to make sort of battle.
any face of the earth. Trained foresters are at work in striking t '
You are the man who knows\ the.ansvver to that., Martin community.in th--country for the protection of your tree'' young\ Harold wa late tor Sunday, school, and the This! collClud.w tl.. nBotatW flit of'(! -ssra.namiiwstoov ial
" sag
; County awaits word! from you : The Seaboard Air Line Railroad, through its Industrial j Father I Dieter inquired the cause." '"I WM. going fishing, but .tree found 16 "be I Ipf ,. ( -1 J
a -THE STUART NEWS: I. wouldn't let me, ,announced the 'lad"That's .
Department the Dads
forester for
employ the other
a of j.I ,
eoor-i = ,
purpose kind ,
right of
by Edwin A. Wenninger, Editor dinating: activities with State and Federal Forest Services ,a father to haverepMed .the reverend gen Included sods of the
__ and industries tleman "Did .lie explain the reason why Ae would not let note
wood-using looking .to Ahe .future for far introduction I" JwdI" llehsvks
CO.OWNFAts- r-n % >>
greater returns from harvests lln wcU,maftiajwl, 'woodlandi. y'Qu' god"'Yes, sir. He said that there wasn't enough list is large \
; :, Utt apau htiat.
A soldier park.d an Army+jeep J In front of a parking You, too, can help.-by using your influence, with those w( wo. _Weakly Shatter, Lethbridg Alberta, Can. .
,,1 meter.,'got out, .od.started to walk down the atreet A -
whom you have.elected to public office and with .everyl'nteille A RtITY ,taspiat ,
SEWIEEViigband'bl.iuo '
policeman saw him l and called after him : "Hey,.buddy, concerned to see that these foresters are provided, SEVENTY TIMES ( .

drcp a nickel in that parking meter' with the necessary wherewithal to preserve these tree: : :' 'to d4chM0 Vlaitor"Mi: HOW.d
The ol4ir yelled .bacll t "Put it in yourself that so that you, and those ..b.o..come..a.fter aljo1.u.: four: itime Decently: ,tUk alnwxrt fovnst killed M.'r our -t.haut.te, how if.' .the fhIi.tit1JM sscuuay't'Misee j ,'
Veil belong-to' yon .as"'much 'a* if does,to 'e.-soatb of' econommrHy I Chikl .' $
good"things life' prodoeeoStO fl'OJ".1W'lrld' f YVffel! ..Qh..tWl, i hbi. .aotki.rlchance..ai{> : 4R give utunl,
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--..... ,-4.-ttr.-4a.: .' 'IwSrattty .!!'d '- with the' 'have been going since Febru
Negotiations union on y 17th. They are still
Ramsey left). nun In the Ponce de Leon Infirmary at .' ,, ,
safety pia detector, copied after mine detector / '
Alluta net a ( *
(iwaltowed ployed ca by battlefields-month-old'Ie Antoinette locate death Bal traps,. The, to find instrument a pin ';proceeding r \jid : your Telephone Company has hopes that a /agreement can be reached l 1y r1 '

dm off a bussing sound which means the safety pin lodged In
Iht "'/'1 throat to (natnetle. Mrs. R. E. Baly, mother of the that will be fair to everybody. 1
child, witches, Shortly afterwards the pin was removed safety
bt a magnetic Instrument. b
than a skimpy one. For an Isner- 4 Ft rId
Home I tprlng or deep mattress 108 Inches The Southern Bell TelephW Com Larger Exchanges- We earnestly desire to go as far as pos i pr
1* the belt length, especially believes that its should
pany employee sible in
the wishes of
DemonstrationNotes I for double beds. If on a cot Starting Top meeting our employees
or single, a 89-Inch bed with length a thin might mattress be be well paid, and that their wages should Rate Kate and the Union,but their demands

I IN&COI satisfactory. These, are, lengths :compare favorably with those pan! by Operator ,$27 to $3J/per wk. must pe practical and realistic. The earn- :
tf MISS' ttlCIU hemming The common
I widths are tiS Inches for single other concerns in the community or Installer- ings of the Company are such that we are

pow that sheets are getting quarter 72 Inches slxe for and twin 81 Inches or three-and work requiring similar skill and'equiva Repairman,28 to yfe per wk now appearing before,the Public Service ...
nxtplentlful. It la Important 90 Inches for double bed, ent training. To make that this A
bat we u consumers become How many sheets'do I need? sure Stenographer $125 to 190 per_mo. Commissions throughout the Southeast
M ion let Intelligent the most buyer value In for order our It 1 Is number economy to have an ade- is carried out, we are continuously comparing \ Medium' asking for increases in rates to help meet
quate of sheets. Allow Exchanges-
six sheets for each bed for greatest our wages with other .wages. the costs of increases
mere wage granted last
following question,! and convenience and service Operator .. .., ,..$25j o $35 vcr wk.
nifestloni have been given us This number meets emergenciesand year. Should present negotiations result
br the textile specialist They give a rest between laundering In the present negotiations with the staller-
till be of great help to the average 11 in large wage increases must im-
consumer: longer which makes sheets last Union, we have offered a renewal of our: iepairman $!if to $58 per wk. j.,,,1,: i
seek additional
Doe It to make sheet. at mediately telephone rate
pay Follow the same suggestions! In present liberal but
contract, the Union insists Stenographer120
bone? to $180 i
the per mo. ,
buying of pillow case increases to meet the increases in ex
The! actual cash saving for each
Clip and take these reminders upon unreasonably large in
beet made at home la said to be wage SmalMSxchangc --
with It is with this
about 10 cents. However there you when you go to.buy penses. in mind that we are
mother sheets: creases. Operat ,22 to $31> per wk I,
point to consider. Otto GRADE!!: Heavy white mutlirt proceeding in our present negotiationswith '-
better quality sheeting: Is Installed '
bought. to make sheets than' Ispuch.eed STRENGTH: Firm, close Wage rate increases in 1915 and 1946 the Union. :
In ready-made one* weave with the threads equal la. amounted to 26 million Repairing $27 to wk
Which will wear longer size and number across, and up appioximately $56 per "Li :
fetched or unbleached sheet and down. ,Stenogra'er. AN OBLIGATION TO THE
lag I dollars. ...(Not usually Needed)
SIZE 108 In. for
white II you, smooth want, a and sheet oils that less Is i thick or medium mattresses tl (These yates dooiot include premium) WELFARE
In. for thin mattress with width Telephone employees.wage rates are The .
mllj buy one that Is already suitable to bed. pay 'oned above) Telephone Company is asking
blttched If strength and dura SIZINO Free from now the highest in history. They ,have, I Ir
bility are first considerations, Starchy Union leadership to recognize the obligation

l tar homy! unbleached bleaching ,other mualln than Avoid dressing This Information will be especially been increased 75 percent since January, W/ elieve most\leople would agree of all of us to you-the Public. We' ""ii. :

dual whitening with laundering gra had helpful less experience'to brides In who(buying have 1941. The largest increases have been in thaUinese are good \\ Iges. There are, in are pointing out to the Union in our meetings 1
What I II the 1 1I 1M 1a
Dade of Sheeting most? ; durable household equipment. resent years, 'and, only last.year and in a /ition to good wag many other ad- that only by rendering a constantly ,
Hnvy. weight muslin which is /ntages in \.
1945 v working f the Telephone
to used (that Is, on without TOM S. TOMLINSONREENLISTS wage increases granted added ap- improved service in the most efficient 1
Huthl: ) II the meet durablechest IN NAVY 26 million ompany, including 'ons-with full
proximately dollars to the annual pen manner possible can the employees the '
Although smoother and Tom S. Tomlinson, son of Mr a 1 1y
II!Ow (grade may be purchased and Mr*. E. R. Tomlinson of St pay of our employees. cost paid by the Compan sickness and Union! and the Management continue to
higher price they will not Lucie
Crescent has signed, up death benefits attractive
war ai long Look tot closely for another two year In the woiking con deserve your good will. We must not disregard
wen thread of the same tlxe Navy Torn has served for six These are increases in wage rates and ditions, holidays with pay, an\vacations
w number running lengthwise holds of the welfare of the public either in
years the rating aviation ,
ud crow-wise, are in addition.to.mil1ions' of .dollars i irregularly With two three \eks "
machinist mate eat class pay-one, or ; depending
Wtat' 1 it Ule'best size. for and recently was transferredfrom Scheduled raises' our charge for serve or the quality and
sheeia? .. 'given our er on length of service;
An Quonset Point R. I.,to the continuity of the service we render. ,
ample-sheet- wear better Jacksonville Naval Base. ployees., q

Union demands total $69,000,0 0 a In view of the
I BrJANFORD and SUTTON GARAGE This is an important point to4renum year. facts presented here,

GULF GAS-and LUBRICANTS ber in discussion of Telephone wfges.fi there does not seem to be justification for
CAR, REPAIRING any This is equal to'an increase of $3.30 a complete revision of our working prac-

WAS OLSSH and LUBRICATION --'These,regular wages have beetfan advantage month in the average Telephone bill. tices as requested by the Union, nor for
such large demands
Cour Efficient ServJi to Telephone 'emplo es for The demands of the Union on wages we have offered wage the Union, consequently a year's re-,

7:00 A. M Till JMd: flDa,. A Week many years. i \ and other matter would increase the cost ewal of the present liberal contract, but
BRAN of providing telephone service by about ith the
sad SUTTON nor. right to re-open the matter of
Under contrac thousandSof
JENSEN BEACH our present $69,000,000 a year. This comes to 70 per ges at a time when changes in condi- 'L 1

our employees receive w' |increases cent of the Company's wage payments in tioV may justify. We sincerely hope the ;i<" i ', l,

as often as every three nynths., 'Other 1946. It is more than 6 times our net income Un'will accept this offer. heV> /

thousands receive increases every six in 1946, It would make our payroll

ATTIC FANS months of every'year. alone over 2 million dollars more than Want to keep our employees happy '

the total> of all the.money we took in last about\Xeir wages and their jobs. We tie

441 h Rex ,.4 36 Inch Hujrfer HERE ARE SOl#) TYPICAL 'year. want toajeep you pleased with your tele- ;tr
phone ray& and service, and, we want to'k'eep ig.F
In terms of the bill
30 Inch RATES < PAY' average telephone ,
f oUr \
it 'amounts to about $3.30'per month to \ estors satisfied about the

A five day, 40 hcpr week is the basic every one of a little more than'1,731,000 money the\nive put in the telephone bu h. .

SMALL. EXHAUST/FANS i work, period. Nonjlupervisory employ telephone'subscribers and it is the tele- siness. For riikkes all,three -telephone a.t
C. E. AND TER OSCIKATlNG 'FAN3 ees, such as opera /rs, linemen, installersand ',phone' er after all who pays us'the' user, worker\iki investor-to keep this ,fit

j ., repairmen rofteive overtime pay for money that we pay out in wages.. Wages business going\>,

VICTEtOld A FANS work beyond eijyt hours a day 40 hours that are/ too low are not fair to the em- ,
per week, and aso re pay ,A telephon trike would be such
who do the Work.
FANS Wages that
for Sunday liday j evening'' and a 'serious' thinjKfor you, for Tele-
NEW KfleR tdo high are not -fair to the public who
DAy UWl E' ,T WrTH MAYTAG r. 4C ,Night .Work./ \ buy the service. 'phone employee Company that for everything the Telephone -. .i iit, ,I.

C s;[ The following table shows some of the ,, Further increases in wages would '.possible is being dfflae prevent it. ;r li

,I RAtAPPI4ANCE_ > REPAIR3 present w /es paid, according to'the size. necessitate additional increases in: our, There is no excuse\ Jv a telephone

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h., -- -_.. I I blouses, cosmetics m4 eoatuae flee of,that name, said :;

SCHOOL BACKED, HIGHER STATE TAXES Service No Easter Buying Spree Seen Jewelry are said to be selling think; this month will surplus v
i Of The/ Florida Forest I "
'H I Eyes well But dresses\ were describes, March, and *e expect 11
'. I Jacksonville, Mar. 27- Prevails as "sluggishThe
\: ;t It appears a determined effort Higher State taxes are la the offing I As Serious Spending hat Industry does not an- flhoe sales which have by

will be made to secure ,funds if the Governors building 1w will deny herself since the tint of the year
from the Legislature for the establishment 'program Is to be carried out and With prices high In generaland SrtvtMMt despite a recent expected to pick up lhamh L?
I the various State boards are to miss Although N ween now and Easter but
: Just millinery IIarr
1 of a medical school given the budget Increases asked YACHT BASIN IS make qualm apparent again In slump In volume reached a new and AprU volume Is not _?,
1 f : In Florida, At a recent meeting and which they Insist are Imperative the stores Easter finery comenexi jtolman : to to duplicate the pen ;
V, ''i' ., in Jacksonville the board of U schools, public health rFi Kl i Sunday' -will be much less head! of the millinery! buying of-- those two months last j n

governors of the Florida Medical, forestry and parks, crippled chil- BEING DREDGED prevalent than In years before. -
'Association, whose other activi- apparel merchants -
I" membership dren, the aged and Stuart wearing
I' numbers 1663 Florida physician! ties are to be properly maintained are finding the trend Is LES .. See Its
I I i went on record favoring the immediate to more shopping around more -
J establishment of such] The Citizens Tax Committee DEVELOPMENT discrimination on the part of eMirt.y
f H a school has recommended legislation to Mr. and Mrs Buyer. Sales are
," 'I reported below those of last ParisBAUER
/1 PIP Sever*! Snug Harbor Homes expecting d most merchants are SERVICE
REPAIF This a late rush this week
GUARANTEED WATCH s To B SummerAn Built end and then only for necessities -

3 DAY SERVICE A r tt a l Corporation Explanation Is found In the Phone 142-W
I" fact that more people are real- S w Boulevard
:' THENJEVVEiTBOX dredge now Is at work on the izing that money, so free a few
yacht basin project ol the Snug short months and years ago,

132 N. SecondSjsW Fort Pierce Florida Harbor Development Company, gradually Is getting scarcer and
It la repor ted by W A. LippIncott that much of the. average pay
I Tnthe FloruV Bank Building A veteran tow-*.!, sights tress a 1W.foot lookout tease. with president of the organization. check Is going for the unavoidable -
I' t fiN findw. Sight from two lowers definitely locates a Broods He expects It to finish Its necessities of life What one SAILfISHINTHEY
; flr.. The handy phone directs trained l faro-fighting crews U the Work by the. first of next week. then has left( often doesnt a-
,\ cent at the bin*. .Ninety.nln tuck towers serve w-third. of Fhllo. Danly, president of the. mount to' enough to warrant
club, is supervising the
I Florid, i woodlands which are under organized protection work which Includes digging out many new clothes so hopes fora STRIKING NS

the channel to the basin from new straw or "the cutest new

: VENETIAN Local Ranchers Farmers Invited the. Intracoastal Waterway and frock" go begging S Get ''yours Wi
then digging the basin Itself. Merchants believe nevertheless -
I' I The channel will be 350 feet long dawns

BLINDS To Two Soil Science Group Meets' and will measure 10 feet wide 175, by and 300 the basin feet, volume those that late to sales be before encouraging will Easter have enough They TOL LEET

LIppIncott aald, He estimated ,
I on their feelings to price
--- between 25,000 to 0000 cubic '
trends, averring that they BOAT' :
FURNISHINGS Martin County: agriculturalists Harold T. COM of Johns Manville yards, of earth would be moved are holding steady with. de- STORE Y tt
Interested In the latest scientific Laboratories, will Rive the by the dredge before It finished creases in the offing and others
advances that field are Invited benefit of his experiences In de- lte job feeling that the peak hasnl WI
to attend a meeting of the Florida -' gumming and preparation for, After the basin and channelare been hit. They report that the
Soil Science Society at Belle dug, slips and docks will be general demand for the better \ PLETY OF PROTECTED f / '
practical use.
Man Njrniture Co. ; I built In the basin and eventuallyan Is being met by their suppliers -
Glade 1 -Saturday, April t Dr Berkley of Beltsvllle, Md., adjoining club house he added STORAGE SPACE /
The society will also meet at I will disclose the. properties of of stock although the pre ,
6lo ORANGE AVE FOR \PIERCE PHONE 699 the Pennsylvania Hotel In West 1 the fiber In comparison with Also several members of the ferred Items for feminine dress I
plan to get homes under -' '
Palm Beach tomorrow, April ether fibers, company are coming In better than men i
way In the area this summer,
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In a session to be devoted f.I J. M. Dempsey, In charge of LIppincott asserted wearing apparel. TOKEY'S
Women are holding to rayon
cattle breeding\ meat production Newport Industries operation at -
and dairying. Canal Point, has been personally dresses for Easter wear and still 5 Miles South of Stuart on Old Dixie \
UMBERand At the Belle Glade! session, responsible for the planting, PERMIT REQUESTED show preference for the open 1Grillo
shoes and "Imitation" hats, hats Flondi
ramie, known as The Cloth of cultivation, harvesting and subsequent _
the Pharaohs," and China that practically aren't there at
processing of more Application been made to
7 I II Grass with a history as ancient] ramie than any other single Individual the War Department by Seven all By shoes war-time forced necessity Into these
1 as Indicated by these names will at Oakes open were exly
any time during an Company, c/o C B Ar- tence and now despite the greater
b discussed by outstandingfientlsts equal period of time, will discuss bogast, agent for a permit to supply of shoe-making materIal -
i 4 Building and practical men who! his experiences place a water main, In and the. preference remains
III have spent years In studying the! Louis Schweitzer, an outstanding across Kobe Sound at appll- The trends In this area echo BOAT RENTALS S SAll
I "how" of growing, decorticating producer of cigarette and land and on Jupiter Island' \those nationally, the Associated
I'I MateriaWe degumming and processing the other high class papers. will discuss about 3.1 miles north of the Press reports Prospects for a
fiber and Its by-products. the value of ramie as a confluence of Jupiter/ Sound and big Easter spending spree are \oats Powered'By Inboard gins!
plentiful Dr. B. B. Robinson, Fiber Specialist source of cellulose in his operations Jupiter River In Martin county. dim everywhere. This Is laid to
are m of the Bureau of Plant Industry The proposed t-lnch cast Iron three causes: high prices, the
J USDA, will discuss varieties Robert VanSant President of pipe would be about 40 feet Inclement weather and the fact Sum\er Rates,Now>ElfecUve
I May Hay What>fxi Need Besides studying In this American Chlorophyll Co., manufacturers southward from and parallel to that the holiday come.' two
country his experiences Includethe of feeds, Is moving a the southerly line of Govern, weeks earlier this year. How
I ''or That New HomeV-J/Sure to See Us continent of Europe and part of his plant from Alexan- ment lot 1, extended channel- ever sales analysts expect the Per Hour. 1.00 3 .50 $ 1.75

: AL SHRIGHV Mgr. England; arla. Va.. to Palm Beach County ward, and 150 feet southward dollar volume of apparel sales
j i M. H. Byrom from the same because of the availability of from the northerly property line to hold close to totals for the /
j! Bureau, will discuss decorticating vitamins as by-products of the on the beach and would be preceding weeks or Easter last Per Day- $\00 ? ,6.00. $ 7.50
\: I East Gainst Lumber and Including recently Improved decorticating and processing of burled In a trench with the top year. This was feeling expressedhere S A. M TO S P M. V f
machines ramie too.
I of the pipe 17.S feet below mean
I -- low water for a distance of 100 The International Statistical PerVDay-/\ $ 8.50 $ J.25
Bureau observes the
I feet each side of the says
Supply oe that too great a volume of pro- SAM P M
f AT of the Federal project chan
ORLANDO MEETING duction Is concentrated In price .i r M To ceps M
i Stuart Orlando, April S Growers ofa nel of the Intracoastal Water-' ranges that are too high at-a

,t. Phon 2 Florida OFFERED potential 500,000 acres of FlorIda way Florida, Jacksonville, and elsewhere to not Miami lest -time sides when rising costs on all Per Week /O.OO5.00. $1501)),
are forcing consumers to
vegetables will frame market than 2 feet below said bottom' cut down their clothing budgets.
: and selling policies at the fourth Plans of this work may be Accent In early Easter buying 4
't Washington Aorll S W?) at the office of the. District '
tnnual meeting of the Florida seen of women s apparel has been on
f TOE FACT I S By GENERAL ELECTRIC> Representative James Domen- Vegetable Committee, one of Engineer, 575 Riverside Avenue, suits, "but the. customer wants
I Jacksonville, and at the officeof a good value" a spokesman fora
t !Hi, I geaux (D.-La.) has Introduced largest groups In non-profit the nation,cooperative here June the Engineer In Charge,Miami resident buying office said. ST. IJfCIE RIVER COV INC.
legislation to appropriate $25- 18-17-18 Beach sub-office, foot of Collins Other retail sources agreed that

'; 000000 to rid American streams Growers of every vegetable Avenue, Miami Beach. quality and value are becoming 58 u.. S. Highway ,No. 1
u J ul the "menaces" of water hyacinths commodity produced In Florida Anyone desiring to protest the Increasingly Important In all
proposed work from the standpoint types of apparel "and If the
and alligator grass were urged this week by L. L.
I II of Its Interference with Is not Stuart Florida,
The two, Domengeaux said Stuckey, head of the Everglades quality right, the con ,
or effect upon,navigation,should sumer Is not buying
I are costing Louisiana $75,000,000 Growers to join the Cooperative Statewide at movementfor Pahokee, submit such protest In writing, Topper coats rank next to South End of Si.:Luci* Ann bridge
annually and are prevalent In a solid marketing front with reasons In sufficient detailto suits In popularity, a buying: I
I Texas! Mississippi, Arkansas. among vegetable producers, permit of Intelligent consider- spokesman said, and c good quality
II Alabama, ,atlon. Protests should be mailed
\ Georgia Florida and
I : California MEETING TO JACKSONVILLE I to the District Engineer, P. O.

Jacksonville, April 3 The Box 4970, Jacksonville, In time
I i The hyacinths, explained the to be received on or before
ii' 1M7 Fall meeting of the Ameri-
Louisianan block waterways, endanger March 27.SU .
can Society of Civil Engineerswill
I < health by polluting waters be held here Oct. 15-17 with 1YFEP FREEZE UNITS
destroy fish and wildlife some 500 members of the 94-
and vitally affect navigation, year-old organisation expected
I commerce, drainage and flood to attend, It was announced today -
: BIG control. 'by William N Carey, the '
I' Domengeaux' said an Arm, engineers society executive secretary I Are ere And Every Home C
I I WIND.J1YTl survey, authorized by a E S !
,I' /JT.Y bill he previously Introduced, Indicates STETSON IN TOURNEY

,: 600-M PH. W plSlCArV IS CR3fr D N THIS WIND* getting a rid permanent of the two method growths of University DeLand, will April be S represented- Stetson 666 RSUEF 1NECONDS Have nee Also We Have. nty

r TUNNEL AT MOFTTf FIELD TAKES GENERAL', may be found. In a national tournament to be
The new bill also would
ELECTRIC MOTS- TBttUMBBZlOM HORSEPOWER pro held at Bowling Green State
hibitthe l
transportation of water
University, Green Ohio,
f 10 TURN THE BLADES SNOW W-THE PICTURE.l hyacinths. In Interstate commerce April t to Bowling 11 The tournament; r w-sae 1..rr trfM ofATT.

,( will Include debate, oratory, extemporaneous LMN bN

t .: SPRINGS IS CLASSROOM speaking and 0.64M.On "IFM
panel discussion .L.Or.4 K..1
1 1I
II.i i : I DeLand April 'I DeLeon

Springs serves as a classroom for
I II e Steteson University. Lessons In BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE ANS."
I swimming and safety and lifesaving -
are taught there two hoursa MBCHANICONDUTYATALL'MOTOSWAY ES
week.. The class Is open to

RFD both men and women. CLINTO\P CLASS-LIKE,WAX LUBRICATION FINIS OR.YOUR To Keep Your me Cool' And

permit emergency racing tax reductions CAR. IT IS SPRAYED
and to Increase the ROAD SERVICE/ '
State share of the. -take" from Pleasant 1
larger dog tracks which it says Stuart\Seri Station Sum er LongsALL'S
F 'IKSHriNAC/RCLE// are now making excessive profits.A <
rit :1-per cent Increase In the State
it CIRCLI 1 tax-on dog racing has been suggested W. C. REIN PHONE 9144

A NEW CIRCULAR ILLION to produce an additional
$2,000,000 a year. i
Other suggestions would raise
DE516NE BY G E ERS! liquor taxes and It Is possible an LIST your Roo partmenta end Rental '

LIGHTING ENGINEERS ?HE ER 00 attempt may be made" raise the Homes with as.L .
M USES. elgarel tax on the ground ""tanolher .
cent or two won't affect UL
.. sz-WArasize GIVES ;$ NOW tales and will bring In additionaleasy :
,f I, .1 ASMUdMtlGHTASAIffOWWTT ,Aeour? ti'sa remedy, dQial F EL TR1C SEJfcW
Other nuisance taxes REkFING
''I' i I I possible BUYJftC SELLING l
ii4lGHER .
. ./ a Include bottled soft drinks and PROPERTY MANA
INC SCENT LAMPS'' valorem and perhaps other taxes Writ P. O. Box No.

now theatre Imposed tickets I 316 North Colorado Ave hone, 13

: .t If f G NERAL (DELECTR'C' be Against a demand these for suggestions a general salesor win,' Stuart Phone, Florida 817 '- "Pint" .Officrs AKade ., .. .:..'t.

I transaction tax to replace ad '
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STUART XfJli;' TCAf' ,Martin County, Florida,. THURSDAY APRIL S, 1M1fflll .l'AG.IIIt.II9'IIN' '

Inning\, tulcaJ lake.allah..1'I jllltba grow qf,: along KJUearii,the Duiiom Back from 12-Day' Visit. ,\'MY( TELLS Of Resting, Fishing Are Diversions "COOK'S/ j'w l, .. I I'',1'} ; 'IIy

In ; .

ardeDi tee untamed with beauties honeysuckle are oft -' For Martin in Bahaman Waters $fBgWAYWUIw Qf,Stuart, No. 'Slow Fla. Town ERVICE STATION LUNCHROOM ,, ;:t

, confuted Sandw bee j/ Hot Soup.. 1' !
i jppearence ":#Ie, had good but. rough and barracuda They trolled for =.tQASr ReprlnUd .from the Athens' Ohio Messenger) Ice old Beer, oft Drink : ( 1'1'r,1 f 1."

.weather but thats a wonderful the martin between Cat Cay .And By MARIAN ,BUSH KEEDER 1:1I

ANNOUNCEMENT }place' to visit\ and fish" remarked Blmlnl Button reported! ID to'U STUART Fla. This little town of Stuart on the east TRAILER SPACE It I, 1 11 :PA :

.1rll.r sad M.t11. a. 4dnle.ed Ed W,Dutton( ot Port Bewail Other .boats ,\put while ,they, -: coast of Florida III) the kind of place you'd pick for resting GULF ,GASOBJNE OME-MADE PASTRY I .. 1 t" I
'.1aAdttarncte "
.d. Id )
Asa 7 sit upon returning with his wife were there, but joys the ,height 41.I,$. 1 WJUK.J'a".d and fishing. The resting Is done on the wide front, porchof C. H. / OK I
. 'i.r ilg to dta na Capt. Toley ,ngelbretsen and of of the season dqaint I
til in $
May and June ,which .Ia ,
T. Knowles. Pbon rt3W. Salerno\ from a 12-day vacation when moat tourists and Florida: la deep,sea, inlet I or bridge fishing! ,_take your choice II I

,trip to Cat Cay, Bahama. inter residents art .to the process Reports on proposed highwaY' for 'other excitement;; CITATION ANNOUNCED t '
"Cat Cay is just south of of going; back: north if Indeed work In Florida dominated a you getl I : ; .4' (ft i ,,
to the post Office Arcade to. ,Washington, April 3 Marine i }Ii Iif
Bimlnl, Mr. Dutton
at l
pointed out talk Senator Evans j
they haven by Orary iI y
"The whole already gone your ,mall, hurry down to the Corps Headquarters has floora/THe/ and Tile "
d4 Island is owned by However, marlin or no, we the Friday noon meeting of the main street to watch the trains Bath Asphalt f I 1 "t'r'I tI
If Ext. awe.su nounced the award of the Presidential
Jxni Wasey who has fixed it up had an Interesting and refresh. Kiwanis club at the Woman'sClub ."%1
8tanab wonderfully with its come in or follow the weekly Unit Citation to the 1st upplyV JBelgiaSsTile in various colors ,
E own golf and lag experience" Dutton decided. serials at'the Lyric Theatre. Also '$ >f II''
adigestioa.q and 8th Marine Divisions (Reinforced
c tennis facilities and III own electric jfs 3/16\Commerci l
Friday, as part of Martin told the Klwan. and
County Senator Crary ,But dont think the town \Is Lil
Gas. .tabus, Sricbieg.rvmr power plant. The Island High ,Schools educational being received : !, for service at Okinawa lJreTALLATION\ nd SALES < x I
an star
UDGA pro ions bids now slow Movie Ann Sheridan during the of to ,t It.
has period April
fine }
/N e.mpl.of a harbor anchorage' althoughthe gram he showed some movies for tepavlng widened U. 8.1 and topped for coffee: at Tom Pur- June 21, 1945 Tit 0llores g pamphlet so has been changedin on sailfish and tuna fishing I the work U expected M be finished oU Station one morning and / Quarry TileX. : ; '
T DR CORP. recent years by sand ban In time for tourist travel took at the Victor Hotel BANK TO BE CLOSED / '
$ 'The JDuttons visited Mr and room FOR PIERCE TILE alt CONSTRUCTION CO. .1 ": :
Mrs A L. Durand while through the State next Fall Frances Langford, another The Citizens Bank here will ''r ''I
at Ji'
Cat 543 1" !
Cay Fishing was in order every ATTENDING : He also told of a proposal madeIn movie darling often is here too, be closed to business tomorrow E. HOWLE1F 'f' t Il,.
day although Dutton said boats line with Governor Caldwell'esupport visiting \her .father out .Jensen Good Friday, In accordance witha '..
there are hard to find and Its of a State highway Beach way legal holiday order by 8. L. O/lo* 1181 Phone 787 '- 111 N Uth St, rt'Pieroe j
EALjhive best if one brings his OWl) The STUART SCHOOL building program Suggested, he And Colonel) 'Luther Damron Moore, president of the Jacksonville :Lq, p:
Duttons main object was a blue said, has been a super toll high. genial host and owner-manafer Clearing .Association of : ;.
marlin but while they failed to way starting either at Jackson- of the St. tucle Is a well-known which this bank is a member. STUART NEWS WANT ADS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS II j t .J
get a blue to strike they did raisea SAYS PRINCIPAL line and running to Miami or hotel man who attracts notables I j .1
Gold Head Branch State Park I' ;
villa or the North Florida State
few white martins He formerly operated the Jefferson -
Ironic twist. Mrs. ,Durand land.an perhaps a bit past there It in Columbus, famed for Its takes Its name from Gold Head :, : .
foCI a 181-pound blue the day the would have no crossings, would I good food Branch a' clear little! stream t Jli Jlit I

Dutton decided to come home Enrollment Higher is Than 13 fur In. Cent* relieve the all along present the traffic East Coast congestion I Among the guest here this which originates In the park our idle mon < .' ;" ''i i r

However Button t month are Seth M Lewis, owner-
reported I'n'
April 1946 cost to I
and be Instituted at no
catching! a 47-pound king and \ the taxpayer In fact, several manager of the Hotel Athens, area.1rWSCULAR I ''J/P/
i and Mrs LewisThey're C
many' 40 to 58 pound wahoo :: '
Inaddition Can
Enrollment'at the school here such roads ;estate proposed In the I earn dlfj A
to several amberjack Is 131 per cent higher today than'at wherever the traffic war spending their fourth ,/ I} '! 1 11 11J
entS this time last year It Is reported -, rants It, the Senator said I year at Stuart. Incidentally it J I /; I :
was Mrs Lewis who told of '
by Principal Erwln FJohnwiok .1 He noted that such a super-road .. I \ j
Fr XStaffordRd At the end of the on the East Coast would' lie! Inside I coffee seeing .Miss at an Langford adjoining+ .< sipping table- 2% f ''i" r : I
lee and .ti $ Throughout seven-month period last year the present V S 1 and I .
artist ountyW. the enrollment totaled, 480,,' now: would draw commercial and Joking most unglamorous, aperoxide BAC AcR : \, "
blonde in slacks /
egist eel sleazy
11.1'643. i tions because of Its ObJte-j' Per Annuron :
Clvi This year 4 figure breaks down action, but he Indicated' That doesnt. mean she 18n't I -' j Ii
Ti TON gineer into 238 In the 1st to 11th grades, ent reasons favoring the roads a beauty. It's just an indicationof I ,
I 188 in the 7th to 9th grades and construction' would overshadow I how visitors take down their [/ F Insured ::1''
Buil 117 In the high school grades 10, the objections hair and relax, Fishing pants .Savings 1 : ," :
rueger gPHONE' i and an old sweater are mutt Accounts .J .
Surveyor 11 and 12.Graduation Senator Crary, who will leave Rub N R ALMi
on :
better style in Stuart than any I
161ome time. next month Saturday for Tallahassee for I 1
Slnart, Florlh should find 43 in the finishing tile} convening; of the' legislature \ modish stuff in either the maleor The Federal Savings aj Loan Insurance Corporation (j "
Phone 158. ,class ) first session\ Tuesday, list female category Insure indiviJVal *counts to $5,000 Husband ) '
as compared toll last May. .. 't'
Phone ZW-J j One student Warren Shapes, finished ed tome of.the general and local A suit of long underwear however :: tl ,au..A retie.fem. and wife may have t\Vof $15,000, fully insured '
i an mid.,jrear. ibut he will legislation most likely to receive would have been an A No. First Federal savin accounts are legal investments 't t ,, .f
receive his diploma with the attention In the State! capital 1 style choice the night we were m" ULATNf3i / for Trust Funds, as yf\as Fund held by Guardians, '
i others next month, it was reported there. Florida was having its recent i i ,n .Ur. ra Administrators amULxeflutors.Gill. tl'

TO 1 EXPECTANT MOTHERS 1 In the general line, he felt the cold I spell and pmnifpogs I ,u.. m. poulucqo .1
i. problems of Increased salaries for on the fire I In the living room l ip Me.k raWUFN .o WritO ,'
JUPITER MAN SEEKS teachers water conservation and had temporarily taken the place I : "I
amendments to the Constitution of Inlet fishing tar rub ,.M.s ur.b.ln qrwe I III
lam. .aru w a mwnly f
William Q Sauter of Jupiter likely would arise. Among plans Just below Stuart is the com- Pan wb.de.. 1 talon b '.1, Nuwn.hruueh FIRSt FEDERAL
,,. .
wnp.u. r n 'aired OH.m I II
for local to be offered
has made application the War legislation mercial fishing town of Salerno aa, q murJe.. amlene., n
To ihowNur interest in the;welfare expectant ,mother Department for a permit to con- he said,are bills to create a The fishing boats were In and fnm baA e., mude, w.,, fwnbaNPere. I .' ,
furndtqpg without cost uffColigation, the booklet' struct pier 1 op the west shore five-roan City Commission, abolish acres of nets had been laid out tlw toe na, ppowre .r f.uew.re Savins and Loan Associationif Nt t t ,
we ire r.ln
of the Intrasoastal Waterway at the mosquito control board to dry and mend. w e Pear ..d !,, ) .
MATERNALlSJNEWBQfR CARE, written, by an and turn Its duties over to the ewblm .eel n .t to Itivel.
his property 1 1/3 miles north That's where the shark factory the ekn, ti. Nh.nt .5,, CLI N and Indian oun ''r 11HI
outstanding of educational text with U,Jupiter \ County Commission abolish the n, .,. abas to. rOaw f .nd
ipecial 64/piges .Lighthouse. :The proposed Is Sharks rip up the nets but ..k.en.rel from .,n and ul a VERO ,EACH, FLORI
29 illustrations, cnartjJ J graphs: A helpful guide for timber pier would tbe 4 ,Park Board and delegate Its When the factory gets through ..dnsad I Im rub wth N. I I l sat \ Dial 217R )I,.
leek wide and extend Into the work to the City Commission, with them there nothing left related. ,. M teal bensns. f I y -2/h
iQ moth ,
expectant waterway 40 feet from the high- and seek Increased pay for mem but the squeal Maybe that'smixing t M "Ij
W Sedgwick, Secretary-Tyeasu r ,,1
water shore line terminating bars of the Board of Public Instruction ,
lu a balanced T-shaped head 20 Is,up the pigs shark and Is sharkthepoint bagged for fl&'flIILICIVESII fmber Federal Home Loan Bank and eral ,j ..t t I '\\1" I II

feet longand 4 feet wide. No On the first-named' local proposal the vitamin-laden oil in Its.liver/ KADRLm'g Savings and,Loan Insurance Corp : : ,' ,11I

ST RT DR' CORP.REXA : public hearing on. his_ application Crary courteously received but they' -use everything else, 'wA EtiEr psoN ACHES AND PAIN '' Current dividend rate. I ,, :
Is planned several queries, but he advised from its hlgh-prlved! skin to Its i \
further questions be {directed to Jay bones Even Its I
eyes are \
LLe STORE PHONE 11 GETS BIG SAIL Representative; Marvin H., Ro- and polished as jewels for the ,
I Stanley Saldana of Jensen well, the bills' originator. souvenir trade
-- Nothing<< is left ,:
Beach brought In a ( It ( In. but the hole in the net '
sailfish last'Friday when out SCHOOL NEEDS .CITED: In the St. Lucie Inlet where j

fishing with Mrs Saldana and Gainesville, March 27 ->- During the Indian River and the St.
Art Metal F I L E'S 'their house guests, Mr. and Mrs the 41 years since 1905, the Lucie River head for the sea itIf t
Bert White of fled Bank, New State of Florida Jbas expended they catch channel bass; black
:,York on the fishing craft, only $2542500 for buildings at l huM, pompano /shook, and bluefish \
(for Duf ibl II lity .Quletnen t "Buckaroo", the University Florida according \NO'TICE/ 01 I ITAE
I to "A Report to Flor- Its still fishing in contrast toeepsea }
Ease of! Operation Tbe land Is our ,capital Its Idlans", a booklet outlining needs <: fishing catching the
products our dividends. Don't of the State university, soon to fish you eat Instead of the ones
burn the Interest. be published. you stuff In fact Stuart In 1 1t
noted as a good place to catch 1d {
sailfish but after a man has
@ caught his sailfish for hangingover leadquarters

JoTie 4W Dim and PhijBbi z again the and mantel again, he for comes the fish back of : ''fy

rCj Quick W try are you t the bays and rivers and Inlet, ,
Jensen Beach and the
,la Art M..al l Dirartiv Flint long 1 ;
wooden Jensen Bridge across the }
.r* tMni) the many ilTMUfel (
Indian River is a famed fishing p' yj'fI
that Art Me(.' YDNEY-JON spot 4 to 6 miles from Stuart. From fivrll tat through Ju 1st our tem
baa intlafti Ina half
Here J watched the Pitchford
P.A. 048 IP4lONE 292 rt: Florida W'
tnliiry of building Bee brothers clearing fish and the
will in the Post Of
attire equipment' in >ted. big-beaked pelicans sitting on porary quarters Ijp

s ..c. In this am7Mte, line lea the posts looking for food A k
6Mf" ......,biin"r..ed.a palm tree grows up through the fice Arcade rb the rear jf the ,Stuart Paint '1
,COMMERCIAL and AERJXL loot of the Pitchford store on
.the wharf, !There sawdust on Company storeX Here TO {will" the floor, trinkets for sale, fishinf .

PHOTOS / tackle and bait. ,_ a catalog businesVmaJntain a show room and Pr'b
Remember the jingle? "A
; e
PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP THAT wonderful bird Is the Pelican, his
SALE / !beak can hold more than his transact our budge ayJneut plan x'
Compare the DirecW with other file on.t e
File* any PROlvVr : SERVICt/tUARANTEED jelly-can" +
market.lit) time Art Metal files. are found, Area :pe'ogrraaleb1Nhearing He looks like something out lit

suspension; ',' friction: Hutch side luck eampn*.' pmyfo of a story book-solemn and '%, : :
sera .. and \heavy start welded eonatruction. "f< ugly but smart too. .
/ '
The pelicans know when the Those within to makjtpurchases may do ieI
Art Metal Pile the of filing work. yfext To Western Union .,
can speed handling your Krueger BldgX. fishing boats are coming in he' i0 itc
** the Dirertor ,file for yourtelf observe' how Drawers and line up on the bridge to get eo' and we wil deliver tnwhere in Stuart. H

Hide FHurllmiljr at the slightest touch X, $ea ,why it,runs an .easy meal. They even know ,
when a train \U due '
11Ioo11Ll1 ..l'er.I.. teal operation''of over i>OO.OCq! cycles.' ,i MAN PAINTED AtVfMlSIHO and sit and passenger Walt to get the gar. Our phone nuAber will be f 29k a we will use if t-g ; ,

joge which the dining ear dumpsin .1e
STUART DAILY NEWS,. INC.., the river as the train crosses the Stuart ,P ant Co. phone.REMElBER .,, I rat ,
'the tresset at Stuart. ',. "'I iif
Office Outfitter' t I ,

Printer. & Stationers }LIQUOR LICENSES
Stuart, forieta. 'I" Phone 300OFICEIOWPMENT'' .
I ,
# <
Tht State Beverage Depart.
tain aYflota/on -. I 3p9flLD M-JdWf ment received from the State's 1* ''iit'

/ part of license sold by'each We wiJT be in location around Jt
swzi o\U'.new :
from wet Mar
county: $2J07J
A : : '( P.OTdO2( O I Ia ;
rt1 l'
' / ....ta : tin 1949-44 County, .and during$3,220 Its during fiscal year the tati:in/the/ Pressel ,Build"' "

first halt of its current fiscal tT
year During the 1944-45 fiscal .' 'ro
year the department gained $1,*
MO from, this county. ) t
YOUR CAR CANT TELL, :YOU: WHY'' IT'S In the last three .month*' of I

IMS, a total of M license were I ,
,LQSTJTS,'VJM ,and VIGOR i ''WE CAN! sold In this",county. These In* ,
eluded 42 for beer and wine 1
for[ package: store, and 13 for
u. diagnose the trouble *eJ 4r* t leave consumption premises. The total

P youre d be conlid.at Ifix: 1osbat geede, pas. U for! the year ending last COLEMAN'SiME :
Sept. .>0,' and .44 for J.he year
le a. ,lised ,(a rd.tom*. Foe' .aeaoothetf safer ending Sept. '0. IMS 1

T drl4 ,, \ Supervisor law enforcement for District division 9 lithe of : and- AUTO SUPPLY "

the department, which include .
Martin County is P,Gallagher .''r. .t.. "

ji Y MOTOR;, pt Jlstrtct Went.l telm Toruw,Beach.MxJHIng Audltoj dlvl-for iX 1)17 STUART FiXMUDA PBONE 147 ea

HO yf i a P1tga:19 -n,'Whltih.Includes this county.
r I 18 C. H. Harrison, of Miami "

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poratlon, whoa bid of .12'1,37.' CAROLYN WELLS FARLEYIN

J ,- $127,379 GATES was lowest of three received was CRITICAL CONDITION R G' A I Iq
1 awarded the contract for furnishing Mr, Carolyn Wells Farley,
I JTY COMMISSION and Installing one auxiliary daughter of Mr and Mr*. Edgar
I WILL lock gate and seven talntor Well of the Grace Apartment, LARGEH TS IN r
; .guise Meetings 'I gates, totaling approximately ha been moved to the Good

,',!\ 8':00 P. M.2nd IN THE FAMOUS 200 ton of fabricated steel .and Samaritan Hospital In West 100 ft:
Palm Beach. She was reportedto HAROaCXACED ROAD
casting GOOD
'/ and 4thII St. Lucie Region Final completion of the lock be In a critical condition from ON, SEE
(! < suffered In a car
II W NESDAYt and dam structure located I spinal Injuries
wreck Several weeks ago. She
!t ; Stu rt City Ilall THE r.UH SPORTSMAN N A GUARDIAN OF NATURAL R1SOlISCSSThere miles Inland from Stuart on the
I Engineer Announce Contract Bt Lucie Canal was suspendedat was brought home from the Fort TT
for 8 the beginning of the war due Pierce Hospital last week andIt O K""B N,
:t rood news on all fish.' wrinkle, clamping the porpoise Large' to shortages of material and wu thought she was on the
Public Al 'ays'W come ItU fronts this week in, Martin tall Just above the tall-fin Steel Gates labor Col Teale said the work road to recovery 'when recent

county. wllli\ exception! 'of The: and I bet they really kick up A contract has been awarded U scheduled to begin\ before the ,complication set Jn.
; muddy flood that still pouring, when captured.
to the end of July and should be com
\ ; t--- down fit Lutlf Canal and Bill\ told me that he had had Hendry Corporation of pleted within a ,
ttttsttatfa 11i..astEx odd' aa"ltla.l, accrue,It has actually some trouble with equipment Rattlesnake. Fla, for providing year
I Improved one /two types of such\ a* set lines and trot lines.- eight large steel gate for the'
tt ft,'WiiR.S \. being taken by persona who St. Lucie lock and dam, the Office -
doubtless do not know the of the Corps of Engineer CARD OF THANKSWe NOTICEOPEICE
/ lta<. kings!\ and hlllia have purpose announced ,
& Watch Rcpiir'mf'Bring lJ'ilillI, I Jewfish lines or buoyed trot lines
lilonly if false ulbiuol "- too I friends and neighbor for their
Your /irk 1* My lluiut leave them be. They aren't "lost" Everglade Drainage District
j many IU( ttnir) engineer,laid that while the many act of kindness In the
'. 2nd Mouse Across I j Blink bus season opened' but are set to gather specimens building con- recent loss of our father and

Fed. Highway No. 1 Tuesday' with conditions.. excellent for one of Florida great tourist structlon supplies will speed Ortman up discharge point- fatherInlaw.MR and WORKING HOU
f attractions.
for good fishing Water
:, / Side of i from Lake Okeechobet It will and MRS R. L HAMRICK
68 W. 3 d St., Right !have i Iw'tcd'somowhat! after -- -- !
Street i lira)'v i 1'"ln.", weather Is favorable ===:=O=o===:=oao Pave flood no Important effect on the and FAMILY, '

I UIlt I ,i i 1'111 i for baSIl might be a Col danger Willis In E' the Teale Evel'llades.en district. MR, and MRS C. A. CLTATT 8:00 AM to 5:00: .PI '
Charles H. JacksonuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiK SALERNO NEWS :
I 'null idea Hits Murk end, although e said the Hendry Cor- and FAMILY
| !) 01 I I
Iir" inch water In deeply rutted I
--- --- -- woodland nudaLanw l.
,iI I ) numbers of crappie! are (Coiiliniud from rugs 2))

; ; ,\i lag caught at lhe Port Mayaca and Mr. aid Mr*.. Vf,-C. Johnson. SEND IT TO THELAUNDRY ,
I ,
\ 'Inks" UI1 St Lucie canal! at the Sr8OOAl ,12:00 NOON
Salerno PTA will meet at t :
| grasses broken! \ I;edge lla;
families-visited l the In Salerno school The PTA executive -I
spot heavyumbtii
a Lets repair the /for I:, ; Saturday and Sunday board met at the schoolTufwdav
Ptione ZS7
night heard A report
I ,
nd even" / week-ends now fish-
=s you a\ once Oy optig log bclni out way uf forgetting by Mrs Jack Saunderson on the
how hard the hit this Olrl Scouts, and decided to sponsor
boys got by
s cian the 3
n a
vlnleris a Girl Scout Troop for Salerno AN

broken sea ithout aI Remember liuze that you must Mrs. Harvey Homlar Mrs. THIS, CORRECTS ERftmJs [ ADVERTISING OF LAST
have a lurati.. Mater license to O D, QUigley and Mrs, Fred WEPICK
.1.1'I I prescripti nd do the !lists, In the canal That applies Peterson approved by-law :- UP WEEK WITH REFERENCE T
for to hi ,
a-o) at bt Lucie East Lock, change meeting heldo #
job quick) E nthe second Tuesday Insteadof r
abide 11tIuk have been plentiful
I and /nut t II i it* bass caught re- second Friday In each month. Out lundryCLEANSANITARY"J ING
llhe Boxl I neatly Mrs, Saunderson, president. pre- WprfNESDAYWE C
we i Tau 1 hundred i more quail were 'vented the school with a new d ECONOMICAL .
electric victrola bought with
It.. d I h"
11 st n Saturday Game
= 132 2ND STREET = WUd"1 r, Ralph Hartman report proceeds of ,the PTA; upper LAUNDRY SERVICESPEOPLE'S ftVE 24 HOUR EMERGENCY S ICE
ort Pierce =I IFlo tit( Hut 'this biuitts to the num- March 8 i
| da Bank Building | bet 111 Bub wl antes released so far I
in martin Comity since hunting The first coconut grove of LAfoNDRY
X x1111 IIIIIIIUltililiIIll111Ilil11111111iitI
eta in to 1 1,200 -" third largest commercial proportion was St rt Plumbing and Metal Works I c,
I number received by any county planted by Hugh Taylor Birch .
'w I In ht<, State The quail have been at Fort Lauderdale on his land, Phone 287 J '
ASTATlMEHTOrOVR, ,'v"111dl'tl1buted" i throughout now part of the State Park Bys- JI ones; Day 100; Nite 314 P. O. BOX &
j t tI the shut-i ')", i areas tem. I

POOOf "On 'quail i supply U very '--
good I III' said Monday, "and 1- .
bantam! iatural' disaster like aImrrlc !
I II n< or man-made forest DOLLARS PATRONIZE

I 'ill Wind Always* I lire, ", Mink! have good quail "
l' shcxitlni' next season,* \ SPENT INMARTIN HOME FIR
low So Good,"
DoWIl i ...t Payilten FUhnhol MARTIN COUNTY
ya th Proverb the 11th,'i day I. was very much COUNTY OFFERI OU
I D and later,t"ill I seeing the d<'par.I
res no i
tUff 01>l s,( vi'nu hundred Martin
j!(, Re eon'as.. Verify I C'?amity a.,h In an aerated tank I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ERVICES,
I ,,, the\at /entent they i monk, I for Marmeland These
1. has\ 'ROVEN I lurme citizens of the St. tucle
that\i\ >'DAYS OF snappers, croakers, moonfish

ADV\RS1TY, In- and half a dozen\ more spccles-
> I IWOjtTVY 1a1y are by now In the giant aquarium 'FRANK HALEROOFING I CONCRETE BLOCKS EXPERT
t su nee COMPLETE LINE* Available Immediate ( Be -II
I below St Augustine I GRAN
!i ,! and Delivery GLAMOROUSNRWGLORY
"We've never been able to TIRERECAPPING'
I I f$ ST D VST Are : OF
keep some species\ alive In confinement 8x8x16
1 Yof Fullk Protected I :. Bill Gray, In charge SxSxlSde.8x8x16 REF RATION
i OFFICE SUPPLIES of all kind and] Folk Duo.LIFE' ,
Me tWe Coour J
of the collecting, told me. I
part. ,
I II I AND eaa.
0 e r "King mackerel caught Just Off
,, AND of> Repairingtl 8 z 12 x IS reg.
P licies? Marlnl'lanand\ rushed to the rhone 111.I CTRIC SERVICE HAIR
cccanarlum stiffen and die EQUIPMENTTHE .tl
n Deliver/
I We Pick tp And DeliverSTTJABT "
+ shoitlj alter confinement. ,
80 Emergency i
404 Ave, ,
DMA .PI 1 do i II number of other swlft-mov- Phone 9141 and Leave Phone 748 Night Phone 44-R-4
t/i 'JU. ocean fishes, although the,, t R. rOMEROT. ItAt .
314 S. 3rd St.
/I Every Kind of11 dUlliin ,II i he' fish, not the man STUART NEWS ..,e I Fort Pierce I Mr .-= its HallautkN. I .STUtUlT DAY PHONE II! 1. uty Shop
I j MOH.
t- Insurance mal' lives" but Is extremely subJect I : 8..11I J na s. AKRON AVE PHONE.
t : Phone 19 P.O. tO disease "
j, : c Areade..Jl! I was interested In seeing the .- .. .
fWI type "I l "la( i ib spear with which --

tIW: ; I _. _put. i ix,Is,",-ale- -captured. --. --It's-a neat WHEN YOU-**: THINKING Of I For I Stuart OFFICE'SUPPLIES

1J: Waterfront Properties CONCRETEBLOCKS FILING and CABINETS Uncle dG. e e Auto CampModern I. e

t. the Indian St. Lucie I ......Billyot. .
Along and rivers, and Kobe fbund. (CE. .IwN CottagesAnd
ANDCONCRETE All Types of ......... ''W'-) Tin/
I Ocean Frontage Trailer Court For Everything In
SUPPLIES Office Equipment
tb' she of th1 paper you STUART NEWS
I 10N I. L.. DECKER Fead, that renders your moneys' ,.
Office .
Supply )Pept.TAXI S worth; It IS th kind..>f,thought, OM .
:: rRIVe't DIXIE WAY-THONI n.w I I DUU HI-W r PtaM tlttCOMPLETE Phone 300Docks

a .__ I 1.--._ er deed, to which it' may give .- -- ..

;! 1 birth! Thers many a column
ys D .. that should be cut, and many a '

Quinn's 'Store story left out rfor much of Electne. end Refrigeration ,
nc In text Is penned by a nut, whonoweth Seawalls
Meats Groceries
i J Job Too Large Orf"
And Frozen Foods '-> E R V I C E not what life' about*! Too Small /

., 'IIOOOCE. DRUGS I an th' wriUns el many a HOBE SOUN r Boat Houses
II GIFTS Phone 9154 '
;t! LENDING LIBRARYJensen man, m,Atlantic to Pacific:- ELECTRIC All. Type Of Maria

: Beach .". of 10m f these men I'm a Dr Phone fpl" ConltructioaIvan

:1t Julian N....raw For*.!. YOU BUILD HOUSE '" fa(hfal.ra |J think what they, Hobe Sound 3271 TaylorP.

lj PHONE 9131.J I SELL, CHOICE LOT { s wrlte'i terriflcNthen, ther be, Nile Phone Bo 474PHONE,104J
75 x 125 For One Dolls le Stuart 185.JSIGN3

who dOli' see m ry they ',- .. ... ..-

1 _- turn out a 'tumble 0 orda _

J ; Web Ordway r, Merriman' I birds any price! you pay ,is much toe high' for papers that featujhe** Buy The Best

SEER, GARS. Iher be two men,down Florida way two writers whom III! i Den ,
; 4 0 AUTHORIZED DEALER fOR see who give Iota thought. to th''things they say, which makes
Sealtestf Cream
.1 ntali FORD 'em real solid with me! They publish a Weekly.. Tb' Stuart NEWS' Madt In Fort tkrct- "
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Open: t a Till 12 t. m. De ) Appliancesitoben.Laundry.
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SALES AND SERVICE CI /d Sandsy -worth many more times what you. .pay. Be sure; te read Ernestwoos' : .CJass Blower" .
r : DAY AND NITI view of "th': jay WHO TRIES FOB AN "A'!" a Cabinet an4.all ams$
\ /I WRECKER SERVICE (. Place Whore ,, ; 1508 pptiance Radio".
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?( a Throughout Martin County :s.. Give. Your Car or TruckA Stuart'"SERVICE taxi J Hdwe.

1 i ACREAfE's.1RANCH: CLAMP HIGBEE & Complete( Check. Up'

( Sewafl Foul River-to-Rlvtr Properties Cottages a Boats I ADD COMFORT AND sA }, tcaAni AJrTtor&
I and WORTHAM V<\ 831'; HOME OR i 1 THEY
1 'Jupiter, 'Island Ocean to-Sound Estate Site ''SUNRAY OHOt1aa DAILY:: Prompt; Dependable' '

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Estate WATERFRONT PROlEBTIES la.ura.ee JI tft l "
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ABOUT THE NEW SCOTCH LITE1GNS Modern Fire Equipment Lowers Rate' Worthington Winter Garden and'Lindsay; a niece.Clyattof :Mrs.& II'' "

Edna Klnchel and her son of ,
Jacksonville; a sister-in-law,[ lASx ,
Mrs. May Malone of Winter : !! I I I
"'II Padk, and a sister-in-law and j. *
[Hour Permanent Display> Jupiter Isle her husband/ Mr and Mrs. R. e
king New hi Si| .e E. Thompson,.also of Winter OCONS ,.j r' ,:nl\J] \
I ial Coil It U.t Co a Park. 1 f'i'\ !V "I
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OH BOX SEE ELL Owners To yet 1\ I ,I: :( U J Jr : I

RAINS BLDC. PHONE 103MWOE" Get Benefit FUG E and GRFi, EES I\f' I I I"I'

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'ft i
Engineer' Susie Blue Prints 'If
Swoosh I sounded the nozzle of r t e (1,1 II IIsir ,
: d (
the fin hose M a stream of wa- 1 E.timat d on Request liP. "
's t; Ii f'.j f'\'\' r
ter wtlh 90 pounds of pressure l'

MOSLEYPLUMBING behind it, less than onethirdof 303 E.JIt"SfREET RTe FLORIDA > f'ttl' I
the potential, shot out In a / .j : 'f'
graceful are over the brash bordering PHONE 311
? mat Highway A 1 A H':4: i >t'I'
which,run mOlt of the length '
JOBBING CONTRACTING of Jupiter Island \ "
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVIC "'It'l about time we had some- :
thing like this here" and ,. ,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED *Doe nt that look good? nil Posing with Engine 1 of the Jupiter Island Fire. Department are I Lyons' Imperial Restaurant

PhoMSOSPROTECT ge a real blessing" were typical and are paying for then gradually (left to right) Chief W. J. Griffin, Assistant Chief J R Black I '' I I''
comment by gathering spectators through fin assessments, I D. L. Smith and A. Brodrica. In lower photo, Smith shows where 1 ,1 '

from the Beach Club at the Engine t is typical fin engine the.! four hoses eaa be attached to the pumper on Engine 1. andSERVICE :
-month-old Hobe Sound Fire ;
Department went through Its red and can be used as an svndlary STATION : :1 !, .

pace In a pedal demonstration to Engine 1 for fires which .1 I II"

drillA. Engine I, painted a silvery gray I 617V Federal Highway, Stuart, Hbrida '
D. Bullock: *chairman of the cannot approach closely with '
Jupiter Island Pollee and fire the pumper attached. Both are I (Across fl e Bride from the Be.*ev .Addition) \ ''d, ,
Protection Committee, was on easily maneuvered and Capable l :
YOUR band to observe the firemen and of considerable1 speed MILK SHAK SODAS / LUNCHES .
answer questions on the project Also under observation by the ri
he sponsored for the benefit of straggling crowd coming: from II!
the Wand's residents. W. 8. the annual meeting of the Is OLI E t
Furnmire Clothes Rugs Etc. Blanchard, Sherburne Prescott land's residents\ were two of the I itl
and County Commissioner members of the police force I ; ,'j
Arthur E. SImI are the other which is under the supervisionof NO PR! IN EASE l a: '
members of the committee, Bullocks committee. Deputy I .
Damage "Our two engines", be explaliwd Sheriff M. H. Crowe and Deputy !" 1t1'
Agalnmt ram J>ere obtained at Army J. W. Wood were directing the II'' Regular 76 Octane... .._..........Price 22.9c I :,
Moths loaches Silverfish surplus sales through the WAA, intermittent flow of traffic. Also Per Gallon ;
a one from Chicago and the other on .the force but on duty at

from Drew Field In Tampa. Engine the time at the club house. is Ethel ... ... ......... .................. .Price 24.9c
[ HavinvThemBERLOuWrHPROOFED 1 Is housed on the mainland -Deputy Tom Gardner.. Per Gallon I
Engine 1 on the island All these men are on 24hourcall 4J
Eventually: we will have one and all'' are residents of d,j
home for both on the island Hobe Sound. Generally speaking AUTHORIZED FIRESTONE DEAT R J .
when our planned fire .station Crowe has day duty and Gardner I / '
materializes. and Wood are on at night

(TEN YEAR N GUARANTEE) "Both engines are capable of They have for constant use a miiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiu; ed Fort Pierce and became a "Open All The Time For :
pumping (50 gallons\\ of water a single patrol car. Obituaries grove owner there for more than :
minute under maximum pressure The firemen hold a drill every Your Convenience"Happy
Wednesday afternoon, but due 25 years His wife died in K38 t1'
300 pounds we are
Our represenUt wiH l ftwl/'com to your borne) equipped with 1,000 feet of hose to the residents' meeting this I iiiniiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii In Indladtown-'He was an Odd ii iir I

on Engine: 1 and 1400 more on special drill had been moved for- BRUCE A. DARLING Fellow and member of the \
sad give you a I t Bslnnati Engine S. The pumper on the ward two days DIED AT SALERNO: Baptist Church in Indlantown
latter can put up four streamsat Thank You" smiled Bullock FUNERAL WEDNESDAYBruce He Is survived by his daughter: \ !
once if need be.Both engines to the fire-fighters as he drove a son, C. A. Clyatt, of Vero "
Writ or Phc hare a ladder Included In their away at the drill's conclusion A. Darling, 25, died at Beach; two sisters, Mrs W. A.
equipment." And the spectators' unspoken the Salerno home of his parents, Thompson of BrooksvUle and
W. 1. Griffin Is chief of the sentiments\ echoed: him as they Mr. and Mrs Raymond J:. Darling Mrs J, M DuBose of Tampa I
GEORGE KEITH department with J. R. Black as thought of the Island's future, after and several nieces and nephews /
Monday night a long
assistant! chief. Mine other men now made eater by these veter Attending the funeral In addition h. .1'
Funeral services were
\ are on the payroll Including v. ans' presence conducted illness Wednesday morningat to his two children and his 11te
R. two sisters and their husbands,
McDonald. 3.3. Callahan, D.
the Catholic Church with the
M L. Smith, A. Brodrick J. and F. TAX COMMISSION were four nephews, Robert, Raymond -
; County Cleaners pastor, the Rev T. J. Geary officiating -
J Arnold O Brownlee.and Land PROPAGANDA SCORED Burial was in Fern and Kenneth Clyatt of I

180-- -- -. .. ...-. .... -t: ,PsO' 80s 906J The M.; departments Griffin .water.supply -, .BabsoB Park-Aprft'S-FNS) 111 Cemetarj- .- .... 1
born in UtIca, N. TIn
Bruce was
tomes from both the Inter- A. H. Stafford, chairman of the received his educa- FA*. Pierce, Florida I, '
1122 and
coastal Waterway and from the Florida Betterment Association, THlon. 782 :
and in
tion there Philadelphia. .
network of fire plugs that dot II today challenged the accuracyof Crippled In childhood from a FREDERICK TER :!f ,
recent propaganda statements t
the Island I ITBg Ik
spinal injury he spent his life Foot S liefm .
promoting the creation of a State
And in
connection with this
wheel chair but his handicap 20d\
eS In a '
1 Tax Commission to
and equalize property -
present fire stations lies
served to whet his determination
S Theatre Btdg
tax assessments se :
the chief benefit to the Island's
to develop his mind and to learnto
Stafford said the recent publicity -
residents In
acquiring the fire use his hands He excelled in
M protection, other than protec- in glowing generalities, handicrafts and won state
tion against an actual fire. The that Florida Is the only State
medals In New York for airplane
department's present has that does not have a State tax
and other woodcraft.
brought about a flat 6-per cent commission,, and that the creat- models When his brother, ,. $T53 .5255 '::' "
Ion of such commission\ would $ 12,11SMOUA'e
a d..Lr
reduction In insurance rates on t ,
who ,
tt Raymond Darling, Jr. ( sat .
solve all tax Is ,
our problems '
island homes If they are within
was killed in the Normandy Invasion RED ITAFFORDP l
I miles of a tire station Bullock\ Inaccurate and ml lp>dlng. as a glider pilot) went ;' ,
J a PEtaASa !w.81'o
explained, and a further reduo- Into the service, Bruce decided
lion It they are within 800 feet FAMED LAP PILOT
he would learn a trade to contribute -
of a fin hydrant.The size of the TO VISIT TAMPA to the country shortage

second reduction hinges on construction of at home and became le
factors, he pointed Tampa, April 1--A man-power a watch repair man in the I I ail
visit Col. Robert L.
days by
Stuart Time Center for two
out.Both engines were secured by Scott, famous war pilot with the His unfailing cheerfulnessand !
t Bullock for the resident who "Flying Tigers" in China and continued interest In life
voted .in favor of such action author of "God Is My Co-Pilot won him the admiration and E t
will ,highlight National Army ,r BIN \ S y ''h I Ik
10 ,,r' I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Week here starting Monday friendship of all who knew him 1 k
in Stuart where he lived for 9
through April 13. five yean 1 and in Salerno f't. Hy
The noted author and Army
when the family purchased arural
AIr Forces pilot will come to s 4,
home three yean ago
A Tampa under the sponsorship of Besides his parents, he Is survived GreetiisI
I the Air Reserve unit at UacDlll )
by his grandmother, Mrs 1 k
Field\ and the Clarence L.Tinker with
e William Tucker, who
111s++ chapter of the AIr Reserve Association We
the family and a grandfather "
for a full day's program Fred Darling, of Utica, Specialize'Rentals

have 'plenty Tuesday.of The opportunity public will to I Easter to you I"J

see and hear the hero who shot ROBERT A. CLYATT May :your heart rejolc ,
down 22 enemy plane ever TAKEN BY DEATHAT In t
TeA China and who holds many decorations IND1ANTOWN And your troubles seem fAt e
TAX rtaanevn from three nations.: '
: Infonfctlon
TmwsRI Robert"Apat110 Clyatt, 81, I the church of your choice C Clj i ihe'

OPERATIONS BAITED died of a stroke Thursday at the Real /state -- Vsurane*

ASTRA Clewtston\ ,April 1_The starch home of his daughter and son- Write or
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Ham-
plant of the U. 8. Sugar Corporation -
CO., beer ha stopped operation ill rick five:, In weeks Indlantown.He had He been had living been J0HN E. TAVLOR C E.Walker Jewelers
for the current season durIng tJ'V ]
his for the past Pbone 1I4J
Jas r2MwpfUAar which Urn It produced 14.- with daughter I eels Bldg
;" 000 ton of starch and 11730 IT ,eara. STUART 24 ola An, Stuart, Fla. n
Funeral services at Johns
.. tons of sweet potato meal for
..... cattle. Chapel Saturday afternoon were
New Longer conducted by the Rev V V ,

CONVENTION: PLANNED"at BnsseU of the Dunklln Memorial ,
Baptist Church In Indlantown. V
Classic Petersburg; April t The Bureal was in Fern Hill Ceme THE DIXIE TAVERNAND ofh -: $.
',' REALTA bond managers of the Parent- tery.Mr.
u '. '; Teachers Association: win Hold Clyatt was a native of
22.50 heir annual convention ben Union County, Fla,..where he COCKTAIL LOUNGE
to 55.C NOT. 4-9. farmed until 1909 when he mov-
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'AOII>C: rotmTID: THE STUART NEWS,. STUAKT .Martta County, Florida, THCESDAT laERIL' I. Wf -1 ._" l''

,Mrs. U 1 w. Cunningham- atth-
of ,Mr. and
'Glades Cattle and even up to 2,000 "pounds of COUNTY MOVING COUNTY'S HOME employed with there.the Bell Telephone on]. Murphy Sunday, Mrs. Helen Arnold i in Pthokee. A deUcloui I
Growing Industry beef an acre a year, he con- REPAIRS MAY COST Company served
I tinues. "And I talked with men $265,000 IN 1947 Robert L. Jeffenes, who wad and daughter, Boots, were also dinner was and (
who made financial killings these taken to New Jersey because of dinner guests and Mr. and Mrs. by several guests and the
V 1 Is Given National RecognitionThe past few years in the production FOR ACQUISITION Martin County's non-farm his recent Illness here, has since :ft: J. Arnold of Hobe Sound were Some of the neighboring chi
I of vegetables in this win- home-owners will spend an esti- his arrival there been In the afternoon guests of the Murphys. had their Easter: egg hunt gu
-- ter gardenland, but who now mated $285,000 on repair and Bridgeton, N. J, hospital. last Mrs Anna B Day was a guest day on their lawn and ftmtokL
". Everglades' growing' cat article. writes that no longer Is are putting their fertile jet-black modernization work during 1MT. week he had been suffering on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.David, amusement for guests sj 1IIIi
I tie Industry Is given national the Glades a "death ,trap" for muck soils to new beef-building At least one-third and prob- great pain from gangerene In
1\ recognition In an article In this cattle. grasses such as pangola, St. Augustine ably more than half of all dwellings his left foot and it became nec-
i month's Issue of Country Gentleman "Recently I looked over fine grass or coastal Bermuda. In the county will be im- essary to amputate It. He seem- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSHOUSE
I 'I, which describes the scientific tat cattle on remarkably nutritious These men see beef-now Condemnation; Suits; Clear proved or repaired this year according ed to recover nicely from the
; advancements I that have new and Improved grasses, that they can have good pas- Way For Indiantown to estimates released by shock and the last reports statedhe WIRING M
,i I t' made the Industry possible. a combination that has proved tures as one of the safest Road Soon the Tile Council of America "In- was not In as much pain as
:. John Sterling, author of the capable of producing 500, 1,000, long-range beta In the 'Glades. creased supplies of building materials before the amputation. It Is AP lANCE REPAIRS.
.. "This astounding transformation Condemnation rite have been and easing of restrictions hoped he soon may be on the
r --- --- did not come overnight it drawn up and work to acquire should make possible! a record road to recovery.Mr. Free Pick-upV"* WiVgniJeflRje*
.. "We Sell the Best" .1' '<1"We Seryictths J..t" didn't spring full-glown from rights of way for the State Road volume of horn modernization and Mrs. :R. R. Wallace
l .i r any one discovery, and the process Department for resurfacing the throughout the country," said T. have as their guest Mr, Wallace's
j isn't finished," says Ster Indiantown road from Stuart to B. Qrtman chairman of, the mother. I ectric
,fi V4 TLETT >R''OS.> ling. "Rather, the bright futureof the South Fork of the St. Lucie council's residential construction Mrs. W. C. DeLong, whq has Christ Shop
the 'Olades as i producer of River will begin within 30 days, committee.The been ill the past month, is again
livestock as well as vegetables, A. A. -Buck" Hendry County able to be out, having fully recovered 62 sceola St. Phones 117-182-11
l:' RAfDlO ServiceFATt Is built up step by step through Road and Bridge Superintendent, county's 1,790 singlefamily from the ','flu"
Sales most
homes will account for
painstaking scientific ,research, announced today Mr. and Mrs. Ike Chatfleld of
the revealed.
expenditures study -
I, long-range"engineering and bold The State department, whose Painting Is the most often Dublin Oa, are the proud par-
pioneering. resolution asking for rights to ents of a baby girl born March
wanted Improvement,with about
FFICI RELIABLE The dramatic story of how start the work has been approvedby 11, named Jullanne. Mrs. Chat- COUNW
one-third of owners'planningto
I i. Z Roy Bair, agronomist at the the County Commissioners, field Is a niece of Mrs. DeLong
redecorate home exterior or
s r JI Iceola Ave. Phone Stuart 209 Everglades experiment station, has budgeted $300,000 for the some room of the Interior. At and will be remembered as the DRILL
developed "Big Joe", a high- former Miss Bernice Revllle who
work on the T-mlle strip. of this
least one out of every 16 dwellings -
yielding corn put together hur- vlstted several times at her aunt
rldely to meet urgent war-time sum been, allotted approximately for $50,000 has needs carpentry repairs, home. All T>fie* ofjj mping -
removal of the
I needs for feed grain, is also told. and large numbers will have wa- Word has' been received here
present 105-ft. bridge, construction i NE
terplpes repaired, bathroomstiled tfOTMENTJack
Highest Cash For Your Longrange work-la progressing ,and removal of a detour: showers installed by Mr and Mrs. L. 8. Oregorie
or during
I \ on hybrid corn especially and wife
designed bridge and building of a new the years according to the report that their son, Harold, Char ayes Gipson
to go with new grasses I are parents of twin boys. They
bridge of
consisting seven 13ftconcrete
'ON'T TAKE FIVE MlV Another development detailed slab The have been named Scott Louis and 318 St. Garage App
rfr Is how pangola, one of the I spans. new As evidence of the Increase In Bryan Trent. of Pa* Office
bridge will be about 300 feet Just West Dr. k ere
We can P the 0. P. AJU fRtor your cat which bluldlng supplies, Ortman pointed -
pay new grasses, was imported from north of the present structure, Tech. 8gt. and Mrs. R. :X.: Mc-
is as mucnys yoy sffTget anywhere and South Aflrca. About 10 years Hendry said, adding that the out that floor and wall tile Neese of West Palm Beach have
5TA HIN THE LAWIOTOR ago, the Department of Agriculture date for opening bids and letting volume Is expected to hit an all-i announced a boy born March 19
of the Union of South Africa the contract for the work time high this year. "Stepped-up He has been named George El-
IS CO. made a collection of promising will be announced later. production of materials means i win. Mrs. McNeese Is the former
grass varieties, and Prime Minister that the construction industrycan Stella Smith.
General Jan Smuts sent Henry said condemnation pro- both build record numbersof The Woman's Club of Palm R A
311-25\ h Dixie T I
ceedings, of which there will be
President Roosevelt samples of hoJl ors and do the repair work City met March 27 with 18 present -
Fort Pierce, Fla. >v Telephone 190 29 of them. The samples found 39 will b{ speeded up for this neglected during the war,- he After the business meetingthe
work bylettlng bonds.
He said
their way to the Florida stationat pioneer women In the group
said.Home DIA
the entire project to facilltlte 1400 ON YOUR
Gainesville and were tested repair expenditures In each gave an Interesting talk on
cross-State travel to and from
there. Plots of pangola spottedover Stuart would be ,the county are part of a $58,848- how they happened to come to
the State proved It to be !next fall. completed by 000 modernization program being Florida and their experiences in utusj Broadcsutmj ttenaGOODJST
highly versatile. undertaken in Florida this learning how to live In a wild
EXCLUSIVE AGENTCENTURY TEACHERS' PAY EYED year, according to the study. country, such as this was during, NINC0iJifvERY DAY,

FOR The Washington National ,Education April 3 -associa-(/P) 97 PER CENT OF NURSE PASSES Mrs.served those early Elizabeth by Mrs.,ears.Anna Krumm.Luncheon B. Day The and was' YON

S tion said last night "the tide Is
(' Mrs. Ernestine Rlcou Eckeesof next meeting will be April 24
begnlnlng to turn" toward better A
salaries for teachers. Its sur- COUNTY TAXES Stuart passed creditably the I The guess speaker will be Mrs.
BpiCTSRICHARDSOM vey showed 13 State Legislatures recent State board examination Ethel T. Porter, formerly of Stu-I
art, who started the first Woman's
1\ Including the one In Florida, of graduate nurses In Jacksonville Srtm St. tacit andean Riser Counties
Club of Stuart. Sera ,
Every woman -
and ha been Issued certificate
have taken a -
AN up steps to meet ARE COLLECTED
should hear her story,
of registration as a registered so i
i what Is called the teacher"crisis" PHONE TORTVETERANS FEREC
nurse of Florida, It was I let's all turn out to that meeting i
"I'I" announced by the secretary- Mrs. Sue Ulrich and daughter,

CRUISERS LO L ORDER OF KkkHter All Reports 100 treasurer of the State board In Virginia, were the dinner guests
OSEeTVART Per Gear IntangibleReceipts West Palm Beach.

MEETS r 11I11111111111111I111'1111I1111111111I11I11I1111Palm l l l l I I l t l I I I I l l l l i l l l l
j tat .". Sri DAYS As the deadline for tax col- y
I { s'' Ph 3 Stuart N Box 96 CA Ins 11 lections passed Tuesday L. C. City NewsBy
: Stuart, Fla. Klckllter, county tax collector,
said he was encouragingly- closeto ANNA B.DAY ,
the past two years. With final
figures as yet unavailable due home demonstration X '" JW
to late receipts still to be counted agent, Miss Lucile Inscoe, will
P DANCE CONTEST TONIG IQckllter estimated tues-- be in Palm City Monday and YO CAN HAVE YOUR NEW HOME :PAHfFORLIKEITCNT

that he will meet with Palm City womenat
day morning had received -
r AT 87 per cent of the 1946 tax the home of Mrs. Jack List THROUGH FHA AND GI LOJWS. NO
levy which totals $334,484.. at 2 p. m.' All women of the

He said his office was faced district are cordially Invited. RED TAPE.: WE HANDLED ALL DETAjMODERN .
THE PALM CL : with the usual late rush although The Ladles' Aid of the Palm
returns generally had come in City Church. met yesterday fora
PRIZES TO THE WINNERS earlier than usual and the late covered dish luncheon and a
returns were not so heavy as In day of work as usual. HOWES

MS DOT od LARRY SIMONDS previous years.Intangible I Sunday at T p. m.,a group of
tax collections about 40 persons met at the par-
reached 100 per cent Tuesday sonage honoring the birthday of
PROFESSIONAL fMJNCERS afternoon upon receipt of the the Rev. Harrison L. Packard. TWO an THREE DROOMSATERIALS
last one from rural Other The
Witf* a area group being so large they
LEO PRESCOTT SPENCER DRUMS returns were received In his office adjourned to the vestry of the L JJF
f NJMHARRY until It closed Tuesday and church, where sacred songs and FEATURING ELjCTRIC
also any that came by mall postmarked many stories were enjoyed. Ice GENERAL EQUIPMENT
SQUARE DANCE PAVCSJONES FOX TROTS WALTZES not later than Tuesday. cream and cake was served by
I u ORCHESTRA THURSDANUnd SATURDAY NIGHTS the women of the Ladles' Aid T
Mr. Packard who at the end of
6 MILES ''NORTtf OF STUART DERAL HIGHWAY NO. 1 CO-ED CLASSES FAVORED this winter season will finish his
second year here, sent In his 3L
/ BRING YOUR FRONDS Tallahassee, April 3-As the resignation last Sunday becauseof WATCH THE THQpfcGH CONSTRUCTION

AndFOLLQW State Legislature neared convocation ill health of both himself and
e'a Tuesday, as Incomplete
his wife. They have done a wonderful -

THE CROWD ft>R FUN TO majority survey of In members favor of making Indicates the a greatly work missed here by,and each will and be FIRST QU .I

State university' at Gainesvilleand
every one of his congregation as
Florida College for Women well as by many others In the
; THE here co-educational .Institutions. community. Their place here US IN THESE M8MES
Z r Both now have such classes will be hard to fill.
which are reported working outsatllJ1'actorllJ'
Mrs.:B.W.NIckerson of
,, .
yort. Built ByHESB

-'Closed Sundays Package Goods R. Wallace, has been visiting at

BUSINESS GREATER the Wallace farm home since
'"- New Years Day. She left last YOUNG ContNctor
Jacksonville,April 9 Florida week for a short visit with her
n business activities was 25 per son,who lives in Dunnellon,after
cent greater last year than in which she will return to Bridge- SEE \
1945, the research and Industrial water.
division of the Florida StateChamber Mrs. Jack LIst has received
NOTICE of'' Commerce stated word from her son, J. C. Tucker, '
yesterday after examination of formerly of Miami, but now In : THB6DORE
business gauges showing annual Arizona, that their 4-year-old DEHOtf &\ON
trends. The comparable national son, who was suffering from I
average figure was 7 per cent. In greatly
SUMMER H6URS Improved having
had an
For Your
1 # attack since arriving at Phoenix:, Modem Home
Ariz. They are enjoying the location DEHOftBLDC. x
A NEW BOOK FOR very much and are build PHONE
APRIL IstXmROUGH EPTEMBER GROWERS ing a beautiful small home In

Glendale, Aria. Mr. Tucker Is I

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