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 10, 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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rLORIDA ... Sr/\SSOCUTION', / m' ''tu art Subsorlbs to The Stnart News N keep Informed ail I '

NATIONAL.'EfliTOIt1AL 11SSOCIATION It year 4oond .n fhb a a. It's fete. a letter from home

Sports ..k w Society Editorials' A tine way, lee, t tercet prospeotiva ne omen. i3 J ,,}

Local News! .t e 0 APN.wa, Pictn. a year; gb tort an .- mail

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I Yoke of AD American Community Dedicated 10 the Amer can Way of ute y&l&


10OOO-AcreState Park Is Assured For Martin Cou 1 ,

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EHOOL Junior WHEREAS: Chamber;, The United of Stales Com MILD building TOURISTS WILL t'k'

HOUSE 'Be Reviewed in News BY mene, through the Stuart EFFECT new has just I : ,
been completed at the local air.

Junior and IU Chambe/members of are Commerce dedicating -, port for the Aerovets Inc. by COME TO AREA .j-jT jTFlorida -' ; .d

EjEGTIVE HERE: For Florida's Solons CITY OF STUARTA their efforts toward the IN 'THIS AREA, the'' HIgbee and Wortham contracting J. .ill

establishment of a better town firm Work Is now underway 1 ''I
and state, and feel that Courtesy on the hanger which Is """"""" '

ill, TO Contolidat Districts The Stuart News with this issue goes to every memberof proclamation for the observance Is toe often forgotten In' Management Personnel l expected to be completed by the Park Service; Is Ac II,'J 1 ": !
First Step Toward the Florida Legislature for the session. of Courtesy Week here modern living", Keeps Lines Going last of this week or the first of quiring Camp Murphy 'I' '' 1 j I

Goal It is the only Florida newspaper far as we know- starting Sunday was Issued by NOW, THEREFORE, I, Phil Locally rext Th new'hanger will house Land and Buildings I 1'j'd\

A bill soon to-be offered in the which year after year makes an effort to establish contact the City Commissioners meetinglast Pence, a* Mayor of Stuart, The natlon"-telephone); strike :1 planes and Is being constructed Establishment of a new; !1 j j10.000.acreState

use /Legislature by the Florida between the people at home and the men whO' make Flor night at 'the city halt The Florida, believing the aims and was felt but mildly In Stuart. to as to allow additions to .be park where
Committee on Education ida's laws while they are in process of doing so at Tallahassee. measure was requested by the Ideals as expressed by the "We have enough manage added as needed j 1'' I J
lUjett once was Camp Murphy, was 'I: I''
Junior Chamber of Commercefor Junior Chamber of Commerce, :
ment people on the Job to enable "
setting up a new founda- This U the first construction '
nd assured this wek and legal ,
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which President Paul Young are worthy of consideration by to handle all local calls and .
jn program for the the to 8tate'asystem Mar. Our purpose in this is two-fold: first to keep our own was spokesman In urging such all citizens of this community, us all emergency long distance en the local field since the red tape is now being unwound .. : .

chool la for key a new high Senator and Representative in touch with the home folks ictlon by the commlsisoners. do calls.* Manager A. S Dobbs said County regained possession nearly to permit the trans .: I I
County's hope tHEREBY
D building It Is reported by and the legislative problems and currents of thought Young said this is a movementnow PROCLAIM, The when queried as to ,the Stuart I a year ago fer of the property to the l i r ''f
bOOt H, Rollins 8uperlntend- their community; and second to attempt to analyze for under, way nationally, week of April 13, 1947! to and situation. Florida Park Service. Actual ) '

PCM l of Public Instruction presentation to the Legislature-at-large certain State-wide An audit of the city finances Including April 10, 1M7, as ; The public ,at large appeared transfer is expetced within 4 I ;I !+1,

)Tt* tint step toward this ob- ,I problems which affect not only this area but also every by Frederic Dunn-Rankln of '"COURTESY<< WEEK" little .Inconvenienced locally. SCHOOLNEEDSARE 60 days + : '.. I '
Rollins said Is a bill .one of the.fi Bounties Miami a certified public: accountant - Three representatives of the : I ii
tetln. ) ?'H'1
ill due for legislative action These problems include' such matters as State-wide for the year ending and urge the citizens of this PTATOMEETHERE Florida Park Service were here 1 i'' \ i1 1 ,

rtiich would consolidate theMntyi mosquito control, water conservation, the re-establishment Sept 30 1946 was presented the city to give full consideration STRESSEDIN yesterday making Informal Hurt I" I +I\ ,

\ present three school dlsflcu of the State's' forests, State park development salt water commission for acceptance. Ac- toward to cooperate their In fellow this men and, I vey and study of the camp pick.. ., I J
Into one unit Institute fisheries conservation-just to riame a few-and, in 'gtin- tion was deferred. program I log out which buildings will be> ,1c 1
stntjwlde\ / voting on each' of eral, will reflect the legislative program advanced by the ; By request of J. L. Taylor, the exercising everyday common life. courtesyIn TUESDAYThe ROUND TABLEMore acquired by the State of Florida, I I I

j \three School Board members Florida) Press Association to the Governor last year. commission agreed to a special PHIL PENCE, deciding what other faclll.lcs "; I;
at S I '
number of meeting Wednesday nlgnt
nd reduce the trus- Each subject will receive thoughtful analysis, will be taken and 1
the board from nine to serious, with Fire Chief John N. Mann Mayor I over studying! }i' I J
of and it is our hope to be able to present authoritive special and all electrical contractors of Parent-Teachers Association Equipment Wanted; what uses can be made of the : 1
similar bills from otherwrntlei 't '
t. are to be introduced InWusset articles frpm experts in each field Bearing in mind thaton this city to draw up an outline of lumimiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii4H meeting this month will be Diversified Program area The park service men : 1
and their passage these special subjects we will be speaking for some 200 requirements for such work I held at the .Civic center Tuesday I In Prospect: M B. Greene and Charles if': ; I

expected .. other Florida newspapers, our objective in these articlesis The commission passed on second H CLUB GIRLS at 8 p m, F. O'1>onlel.of Tallahassee and '1'j 1'jwere ,

lolllns streesed'that the mostnporunt that they be candid, clear and unbiased-so that they reading ana adopted an ordinance An interesting program has Working on the accepted fact William Freeman of Fort Lauderdale i ,
been planned based on the Citizens In J
that the educational system (
their intent of being helpful to the Legislature eel
to for
part of the foundation may serve acquire property I Committee Report on Edu- Martin and this State Is ,
program bill Insofar as thissmity in arriving at conclusions for the good of all the people in i \the city for recreational purposes TOUR STUARTRally cation in the State of Florida. A not what County It might be a round- At Camp Murphy the Florida /. I I

Is concerned ilea In the Florida ,I through condemnation member of the State Department table discussion on what could Park Service ls acquiring 7000 ,j. ,
act \that the State Department In prior years we have simply mailed the Stuart paperto proceedings from Robert P. and ---- of Education will be the be done to Improve It was held acres of federally owned lands \{
if Education ,then would be able all members of the House and Senate This year we i Luette Fulford as a result of Day Saturday Sponsored guest speaker, at a general meeting of the and 3000 acres of State-owned ;"' I' ': : i R

i Oust a bond Issue In Talla-] are going to considerable extra effort and expense to use I the city's allure In efforts'" to by Tropical I Every citizen Is urged to at Chamber of Commerce at the lands, much of which had been I I

IUM for the new school rather the paper as a constructive and cooperative' aid to them. purchase under the discussion property The 1s Lot property 19- Farms Group tend this meeting because the Civic Center- Tuesday night. offered for sale before the State 1

ba Its bring told here TheKptrtment Each week we will run a special 'Legislative Page"on I In Danforths Addition, land Immediately topic deals with the latest re* In charge of the discussionwas of Florida got Into the picture, tl'
not only could offer page six. Plus Associated Press coverage, we are making I north: of the Civic Fifty-one Martin County 4-H ports of what Is transpiring at the Rev Charles A Carrlel but which sales were set aside s ; ''+!
in bonds at a much lower peruse special arrangements at Tallahassee for full coverageon Center, Club.girls. representing every I the State Capitol In regard to pastor of the PresbyterianChurch I ; The only State lands not acquired t 4 '
than possible in thistnitr
community In the county, assembled education legislation There Is Aiding him on the front
of interest to Martin County., If you as a citizen, for the park were about ,Ii
but could guarantee purtbuen news
in Stuart Saturday for much public sentiment backing table panel were Erwin F John-
a partial return on theirmwtments have any views which you wish to express to the Legislature of the high 300 acres In Section 31 about I
the In
a Rally Day During day a the new educational program wick principal ,
School' two miles weat of U.8 Highway
each year until the we will be glad to publish them on this special page Juniors tour was conducted to places of the State and here Is an oppor- school: here Mrs Lou Hill Foster N
nodi are retired. Rollins said interest In Stuart, including! The tunity for citizens of Martin county school supervisor, and 1. The Park Service did not acquire i
'Hie estimated eat of a new THREE FIRE: CALLS Plan Annual Stuart News, the Bell telephone\ I County, to get first.hand Infor- Arthur E. Sims, County Com- that part of the undeveloped r H
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KBool here Is $450,000, and itrobtbly A. P. KRUEGER office, the People Laundry and mation on this Important and ,missioner from Hobe Sound. south end of Camp Murphy t."A :
would Three calls were answered by which was In Palm Beach }IlID.i$ '
be built on them I the Chamber of Commerce timely topic Johnwlck stated emphaticallythe ;,
m the present school toot1 -] the Stuart Fire Department between Banquet! Prom Lunch was served at noon In To make the evening complete scope of the program hereis County;The new State park will h 1 I I' !p'!'1 1lie
Odd Rolllnj laid. 1 and :S:JO p. m. Tuesday BUYS INTEREST Odd Fellows' Park and the afternoon an entertaining musical program not wide enough'primarily entirely,'In' Martin County f f..,
The' program would' cost 'anWaited lu an unusual flurry Of activity. was spent at the movies.: has been arranged A choir, led because the school' lacks the pro'per It includes several! sections of t t '!4if i r

17082t a' year, Rotlu None were serious, reported The junior class of Martin This Rally Day was sponsoredby by Leon Jones. and an orchestra, I equipment' In many Instances land at the headwaters of the '
Mated It also would enable Chief John N. Mann, who said County< High School, sponsored the Tropical Farm Home directed by Wendell Waters will "A student can't learn north\ forks of the Loxahatchee, Ii'' :'
i reduction In this county's mill- there have been numerous un- IN AERO CORP. by Mrs Carl Roth, will hold Its Demonstration Club Mrs Hubert present a group of talented I commercial business or about avocation which foreshadows developmentof 'I
in Irom the warranted brush fire in the musicians in choral. and Instru- just from books." John- ,
present 74 to 5 Jfl, annual prom and banquet tomor Clements, president It was that well-wooded and well-
'cut ol more than S nulls, Roi- area recently row. The banquet, at the Stuart planned' by the club as a community -i mental numbers. wick aald.However.. : watered area for boating and 6 ,' :
IM old, because it would pro- He urged caution by everyone Launching of New Flying Hotel will l start at 7 p. m and project for the year and Other features of the programwill I he reported it Is other forms of recreation. : it ;.
We the county with.additional when burning trash within the Courses Announcedby (the prom at 1 at the Civic Center was carried out by them with be reports of committees, a !hoped a diversified cooperative The Park Service will acquirefrom \',
BUtt funds.to city limits and advised a permitbe I Firm The Palm Beachers a well- the cooperation of the, Home i brief business session and refreshments training program can be insti- 25 to 30 buildings mostly Ir i 1 I tIn <
addition, Robins asserted secured beforehand, Such Maf. A. P. "Bert" Krueger of known, six-piece orchestra has Iemonstratlon: Clubs In Palm' tuted at Martin County High "f
Uprogram would allow, this permits are. available at the department Stuart has purchased the Interest been hired to furnish music City, Salerno Indlantown and The Girl Scouts will; be on School next year with the oper- what was the school! area of 1 t .,11 a
"wty more teacher units a s office here. He also of the East Coast Air Service for the occasion. The officers the Jensen Beach PTA. hand again to take charge of ation to be conducted on three Camp Murphy and it will acquire r

wp! and alleviate the present said that fire department will Inc. In the Palm Beach Aero of the class are, president, Harris Aside from the 4-H Club girls, youngsters while parents are at levels; academic. commercial and that part of the water distribution i
and disposal c
undermanned situation, and In burn trash for a resident upon Corp, and Is now associated with Wall, vice-president, Rita there were 17 adults "who came i the meeting vocational. He stressed that a systems< required sewage to serve : ; ."

Weral double teachers' salaries request. Col' Wright Vermllya Jr., and Taube; secretary, Jeanne Beach- with the girls from the various much-needed guidance programIs theme' a I1 1. !
J Over the State. The program Major Theodore Hardeen, Jr.. it am and treasurer, Sara Roth. communities and helped conduct; KITCHING GOES completely absent In this long range program for the j ,,d

approVed. ,would go Into effect was announced today. The motto of the junior class the 'tour, Those present Included school: now but he expected oevetopment of this park to i
IIJ J.Under qualified instructors fur It to be
the MICHIGAN W, C, Burns, Toledo, Ohio Is which was originated by two of : available next fall to begin such make it one of the Unfit In 1 '\
MUM consolidation bill, manager of the Witham Field the class members and selected Jean Wells. Mavis Brannon, MOUNT DORA Florida and to bring hundreds of .1 II 1 '
pointed., out that other operation and Aero Corp. school by the entire body Is something Muncy Boyd, Florence Meggetl TO a Mrs program.Foster admitted'the thousands/ of tourists here In I t
images lion ould be to equalise. TELLS PLAN FOR Litre: ,. with O O Johnson of bid, something.new ever onward Isabel Mathews, Shirley Chase:i cQunty school program present has years to come will be worked '. Y i (t
*f the support In) the county Chicago as chief pilot and Alfred always tru.." The class colors Anna Mae DaLoche, Betsy Barr its weaknesses lacks some essentials out by the Florida Park Service v
high school a situation Forest Hills. HI. are and -white and the Fldene Smith AnneBradley ONYATERWAYS\
of Georgia
w Mocked I Nlblach green I and is not working Into the and plans' will be made to develop i tfj
*lIP under by the three-district ABSTRACT FIRM serving as maintenance man. flower is the red rose Jane Presset, ShirleyPressel communities as much as It was the exceptional possibilities j '; ;, /
wXla which the only school DIs-I In a full page announcementon Committees have been organized Jean Clements, Gloria i hoped. However, she said she had ot this area for recreation ; s\\, t I
gives tax 1s: Page S today Palm Beach to direct work on the prom Hancock, Joan Wiley and Aleta Commodore Stanley Kltchlng noted Improvements this year and camping, a w
support The Aero announces the launching and banquet. The following are Louise Simmons of Stuart. Also I
also> would chairman of the Florida Inland and said tourists have remarked -
1n office reduce bookkeephit -! rank E. Quisenbcrry to or a special civilian training, cervlng 'on committees:. Student Lucy HerUU Molly Hertel, Sally Navigation District commt.slsonj this past season on the gen- STATE CONSTRUCTION GAINS I ?
? make Roiling said, Start Firm In Victory coarse in flight Instruction, a chairman-Charlie Titus Prom Hertel, Virginia Aldrich, Pamela will attend the llth annual session eral betterment of Florida'sschools "
11'1 administration of the I Building course on aircraft and the theory decorations--adviser, Mrs Les- Cross, PatsyJelghton Revls of the Florida' WaterwaysCongress I Also mentioned while on Jacksonville April 10 An '
efficient schools Considerably of flight, and a course on civil lie Bartlett, Anne Plttman, Sara Braly Shirley HOfrell. Icee Ehr- at Mount Dora next the subject is the fact that a Investment of $223(00000 in Hit\ I' '
I formerlyof air regulations.In Barbara Stewart, Elaine hart Frances Cheek, Ruth Ann :i types' of construction In Florida
The citizen, Frank E. Qulsen rise ry, Roth. Thursday ) number of bills to Improve the ; ,
Mi committee pro-, Birmingham, Mich. who purchased addition, under the Ol Ulmer,Betty Scott, Dolores Bartlett Noyes, Dorothy Cline, Janet Ann In attendance will be topflight State's schools are to be offered l iii shown In contract actually 'y .
a Proposes teacher an additional "The Wilderness," Se- training regulations, the school and Janle Elklns Foster, Betty Woods, of Jensen; officers of the W: S En- In the State Legislature now in awarded since Jan, 1 of last year.,' j C.m,
unit the 'and Industrial division fi
to finance research
In B. Hires and Patricia Dickey -
wtruction I waifs Point .estate from L F. will instruct veterans: private Table raUon.e-.l'anle Elkins. Mary gineer Dept., Including: session in Tallahassee '
of new schools and Instruction of Palm Donna Brown, of the Florida Etate Cham* !
Knowles this spring, revealed today flying commercial flight : City: Lt. Gen. R. A. Wheler, Washington -
2tet *w unit for maln-i that he will open a new abstract and Instruction as pilots Faye Rowell Blllle Jean Brown, Chief of her of Commerce points out in Hs : ,, < it
Invitations Rita Taube.. D. C., Engineers WOMAN INJUREDAS I I
purpose ol to all points Fue Rowell, Betty Ann Hataway, weekly business review. ,
tUens and title office in Stuart A charter service ( UJS.A, who will be the main TRUCKS HIT l' j
committee Chief glass washers-Barbara Diana1 Smeelu, I 5ap
program i iedueatlon
In Florida has been Inaugurated Wllda Priest
lOtte said l to raise fee m the. near .future speaker at the annual dinner MONDAY AFTERNOON WAA CENTERS PLANNED t ", i
level be'known a> well as sight-seeing nights ptewart, Roger Ross Owynne Nell Row, Reta Hamrick Merle the first 4 .
firm will He Is
throughout FlorWith -i The new I A fully automatic roundhouse Sincere and Sammy Whittle Hamrlck, Lavonne Ooode Jan- Thursday evening. I Jacksonville April 10 -- Plans t he; S I J:
Abstract & Title Co.'of Stuart Chief of Engineers to attend Mrs Clarence Cook of New .
ted'the higher state aid as ,Its offices will be In I ,the type I; hangar with room for five I Class thanks are extended to.Mr ette Slade and Diana Leitner of end address a session of the York City was injured and her have been completed by War Assets I lei ,'i I t' .
along the fairest lines planes-.-the latest ,thing of Its i Hill for theatrical advice Indlantown and Jane Penhale, I Administration for the ; he: i.1 'j,1' !
husband and two friends I
Congress I
tonimlttee cart devise niiiiiMiiiiiimimimnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiREAL ;;. type-will be constructed on the Jack: smouse for aid In construction Annette smith Jackie Sunder- escaped opening of several customer )1 f I t: .
Col. P. A Fering, Washington, harm when the Cooks' blue '
ON PLANNED COINCIDENCE field In about 40 days, accord-. work and H. ... and L. E.!: son? Verta Mae McCulley, Jean: D. C.,Director of the Civil Works 193 panel Ford truck was struck tervtce centers In Florida to cut j I I :": ,'
led and make
i of
tape buying ,
Whoa Frank E. Qnlsenberry.w ing to Burns Bartlett for help with Installation Johnson and Sallle Mathews of UB.A, Col O W, Gillette, Division while stationary by an 'orange 1 t : i l'
war surplus easier according to t. : "
of Utee. April 10TO* .* Stuart business man, recently Questioned regarding the of electrical acuities for the oc- Salerno. Engineer, Atlanta1, Oa, truck owned by the Sunrise Fruit l
id Joe 'Osborn, regional director tot
the reception for memben resigned as president of County Commission complaints coslon. i The adults present were Mrs Col. Willis E. Teel.. District Engineer : Company of Fort Pierce The the 1 ; 1 i ,!;
.t II Offlcaldatand: ; and other the Exchange Club in Birmingham about his firms operations at 0 D. Hataway, Mrs R, R. Hata Jacksonville, and CoL accident occurred 3 miles north agency.THE .
be their wives Mien. to come to the field Krueger said today that: LITTLE THEATER .i way, of Indlantown; Mrs Aldrich Mark M. Boatner Jr., District of the city line on U S. 1 about ;; ,- ,'
i liven by Oomnor'and Stuart, the new president all requirements of the commissioners GROUP MEETING! Mr*. Raulsrson Mrs. Cheek. Engineer Mobile, Ala. are among t p. m Monday, WEATHER .h\fj "
Millard Caldwell' ,at the elected to tab his place was have been met except In SET FOR TONIGHT Mrs. Noyes of Jensen, Mrs \the other high officials who will '. The orange truck'was owned .... .. : ,
tin and these, will be nor th mpnrt.d h ..
mansion Jaen next Donald C. Egbert, Birmingham's maintenance I Sheridan, Mrs. Clements, Mrs address the Congress by the Sunrise Fruit Companyof 5.05. M.na.Mrs U. 8. was "0.......... \j! "' '
today, they haft Unounced.' elty manager who met soon I Another meeting to continue Reddish Mrs. Shelton Baker, Every waterway project In Fort Pierce and driven by tit* H.il .Btiui ;1

sPREBENTATIys I was Stuart. elty engineer back The commission had asked lease that I tryouts for the Little TreaterGroup's I Mrs Cressl' Baker Mrs Saw- Florida will be represented at :John Milton Langley 28, also of T..wa.n M./... Mi.....dl...... 1+ 'I P,
HERE.t in its 11 IJ
'; la the .day of the Florid certain provisions first play production I tell.' Tropical Farms, Mrs this very important session of Fort Pierce Arrested by State
with Palm Beach Corp be I here next month will be held at Smith and Mrs Wallace, Palm A'tti0 ...I J ,0 b a
"Pl'eIent.at1v'or the Social boom. r1ro: i i the Congress and reservation for Highway Patrolman Warren ; .1.1 I' .t I,.'
000t y Admlnllt.ratloll held bf,: met by April 21 c seek the courthouse at S tonight. I City; Mrs Saunderson, Salerno; the dinner and hotel accommodations 'Button Langley was jailed here April 1 a .. .' ,

I!be In west Paim Beach wilt be fliunuliuuuuririilnuuunuunnHOlatcade ', to- nullify the replace present It contract with ane' I The tryouts were started Mrs. Bradley and Miss Inseoe::1 must be made' in advance temporarily on charges of reckless A.A.-es.,: { :::.:.';: h ve ve 'f e ht4 1,:

of.'the Victory Building and probably ,: Tuesday night, but more were Stuart i through the secretary. driving and causing are accident o..u. ...,.. so .4 'U l;ld, '
In Stuart Tuesday j 0Court::00dbu An abstracter'and: a title one. out that found necessary before the cast The girls 4-H Club work ls a Karl Lthmann,' "Tavares. and then released on $100 April 0 ....... .a M I 'J l'm
AL .will form the Krueger pointed i be chosen. The "Holiday -, Home bond to at the May 13 RAINrALLiecHLa t nl1
glad lure man ran play part ot the Martin County appear '
the:ol4:: lneur-I the field still Is In the ry
Wi ee ag,silt:: sonnel, Qulsenberry said? Hands actually of the War Assets Administration ," Is tentatively scheduled forMa Demonstration program and Is ALEXANDERS co NORTH session of the county court. ...." -.......... "'t. ,.,. \ \,,'' '.I
Insurance of !ing that detail will be and has not been turned 20 at the high school l audi under the direction of LuclleIntcoe Mr. and Mrs William a Alexander Deputy R. 0: Sharp who was -- _. "\\.It'tt. '.
8a1a10ecurl: ( Aprovisions.'and w public: next week. I and torium. A financing plan for the Home Demonstration ol Chicago, who have with Sutton at the scene of the "

lee appllcatlOIll for. benefits,1, His wl(. 'and, son, Roger.10., back (o his the firm county has,abstained consequently Organization ,has been recom; Agent. been house guests' of Mr, and accident, reported Langley THE TIDES : ': '
thi4 Pl'OlraDl. are joining him at their:, Bewail from making Improvement ot mended under which due wouldbe Mrs I.. Lloyd Claff at their truck tried to mill Cook truck !! /
.; i 1Z !Point home nature. The commission fixed at tUG a person It was $6.60S NEWEST TOTAL Waveland estate Sago Palms, when It appeared out ot the .
,1N TO ltrgA, : 'I any major announced by'Erwln: John-: tore for.a.. leisurely dark but struck It on the left, ,
F. FOR RED CROSS DRIVE leaving today \
at the to + '
made a formal request I KM sad ... ... for SI Lade /Ink. +
wick, presidentAt I motor tour' horn. Mr. Claff rear corner knocking: ; It Into the .. .. ... .. ,
.I ...... of I WAA for the return of the deed k <<,ln> M r Ilk Bt r4 U Mr 01 r.J
i Latest totals the Martin who has been here for two weeks, altch: alongside the highway .. Srall Mill' tU I kouf t* ..h.. 't
... ..... -. ...iiir..lthili' of Wa-: last week, but as 7ft has not had Tuesday's meeting P. H. on The stalled vehicle... hiah .... ....... .. ........" 'oj r.
will remain until In being 'k '
,.. h iii..., .M: ltt! Drears answer. Charbonm who moved here recently County Red Cross campaignshow early May = .:: : ,
r' \on. to make ] .home, spoke $(05.27' contributed witha and Mrs. Chaff wllfytay! until pushed by coot Arthur Blttnor w. :
.. that gels '
1Eag. ...ItbeI' In to I t. w. a )
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''ha In; f!IBM INCORPORATES to the group on techniques of few districts still unreported school doses the Uktt of May and Joseph MOlle,. resident r.y. .t".r i : !

== .. +. ; norgantsiUwi of real estate ,Mlgbee '*'wortham,' building play presentation Chadboum "I Mary E.: Bhackelford, secretary Their son, Mark, who began his In the Broadway Section her If "isae sell ,.tit 'r' "I tfl tflApa

isle, -1' bond*, 'was president of the i. tractors Incorporated Tues- a recognised authority on the of the county campaign announced freshman year In Woodstock: Mrs. Cook was steering, and was Lee.am, n .l5i4 liar, usdu hall: cue roe. 'vie ,
p. Park *wrt' Co 'a I ntoht.; Member of the firm subject havln< been connected: yesterday She expects (VU> Country\ School, ha transferred treated at Uosleys horn for ... U. see I'u .".' .14'1
'' : lit.. OW'. JIIfh L Tftj. and F. Lee Hlgbee,,R. with several svefc..organisations/ the final figure to be arrived atMtlun to the 'Martin County scalp cuts that; required nine ::: 55s.:.... aa ads, a.tee sv t:1: :I eaaat '

:: ...... ...../. I R 1.y>.V.:Wortham, before coming to Stuart a week. High School, stitches.: .. lee NI te.a'l/We, ,, l.

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TWO mE SMART NEWS, STtTARt, Martin County I Florida, TBcMDAt''APIUL it, 1947

r. II SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings, of the W EEK IH} SWARt


Chapter -
Of Unity
) officers I Mr. and 'Mrs.'
jll. PUT IT S57 NETTED ON New Installed Friday Conrad ii I _
I fl OSS.\ were are closing their estauj\ to 1
night at the Wo lmal, Ha1L'The St.Lode river this week Jwltt

n 4 \ HI\BEE ana WORTJ&M INC. B BOX SUPPER BY ceremony Theresa' Welneret flU conducted Past !by>>Grand Ira home'leave in Tuesday WUloughby.for O&*

assisted by
\Elects, Tort Pierce through, they\ win lfl!, 1\, .

y''tl': ARE N\)W EQUIPPED TO"TAlifCARE |DF EVERYRoofing HIGH SCHOOL Mrs structor, Lillian of Unity Hansen Chapter, Grand In-of clnnatl their, niece for -.few before days" tIrIt]

Stuart, and Mr*. Edythe Ankeny, IOlfc
Past Matron of Fort Pierce. Mr. 6. L owoN mnofiI '
;:: Problem Berta Stuart to the new Worthy
I '" Ire BARBARA STEWART Matron and Wayland Blaatan, I, >- je L. Johnson ?.?,,_'
.r Well Emmy Lou, so you had Patron Mr*.MPayette, who
r new Worthy bu H
time at \that box
,r a right nice in Pratt General Hoipiu"Miami
:" sy.Flat and Comn rdat Ro/Done With PITCH, FELt' Log copper Cabin and Saturday barn dance night at) Tell the GARDEN CLUB MEETS for 11-months/ inilli
r Club of Stuart ed sutfllcently to be
The Garden up til,
and GRAVEL sVeral jfkrieties and Colors to ChooseY me, how much did you gel far rill meet Monday at the Womani wheel chair and expect b
? What?
supper Emmy
From In Shingles. cnly your got $4.50 for your peanut you club; Highlight the\ programwill in Stuart for a visit soon
butter. .sandwiches, while the be a report of the Interna- payette recently visited bUD
tional Flower Show In New York Miami:: ,
rI SATISFACTION GUARANTEED nighest price was paid by Billy ,
Mr W.
by'the club president '
Joe Osburn for that double! of
chicken dinner of Jan Felton'sl, I R. Leach. Carr li Port i_
: The Executive! Board will meet dnove...-Miami this week t to
Well, don't feel so bad. Emmy.j
No Job Tjto \arge Joke told me tbat he hadn't felt at 11 a. m. tomorrow at the hU. wife who has returned 1 1an.
Conrad, extended business ,
I so romantic since the time you home of Mm. peorge trip A.
found that you loved him when East 4th: St. for a covered dish a few weeks In Stuart they p
i. o Repair Too Small he'pulled,you. out of the nhl mill. I luncheon. a short vacation trip.

pond. ,.. ,

\ f of I eiew guess-mown that hay the.npiry, together smell with n yF f I IANFORLVS SERVICE GARAGE !!

\:1 .f the dimmed lantern; lights jnaite +
.\ : 1 the whole affair have a "sweet-. GULF PRODUCTS, e

; : : I LOCATED IN PAL* CITY sixteen": had atmosphere.quite a time I when hear that nd UW Tires Ali '
t ; I you you
I \ entered. the Did _.__. ck Tina, 20
+ of\rdg cake-walk Jake. ----- --- 7
I Block West !
Just A "
''I you know that they mude $13 An .oilfilnal Easter: progruni hunt and party. .Wilson, Peter's wife; Joe Barleys Washing, Poiin.iibrication! +,
I on thosethree/ cake-walks? Who was given Thursday morning at]I kiddies selected the char! Bobby Wortham Jr. Artie De-
those delicious lookln' cakes, acIee
1:1: Contact Us There or WrVe Jake won Sara Roth and Jeannette Mrs. Walter Duvcv's-Pluy School, of toyland which I they bon, and Jimmie Holland cowboys A, M.,tw
71 West 3rd St.. by the pupils;'wished to represent and helpedto J
,) RUt! and some pretty blonde who turned the play porch 1ir'oM >'I arrange their costume* and ; Terry Reardon, cowgirl; Seven Days A Wck
I from'North Carolina whom you little theater for the setting of parts to be acted In \the top shop.' Tommy Dozier 'and Buddy Till- Located ft Milo S. of *leases Bridge I
HfGBEE hadn't met, huh Didn't Mr.
and WORTHA INC. t'ossftboom Introduce ? Well, 'A Tup Shop" Parents and'',I Those taking part were Joan man, Indians; ,Mary Lyons, Fre-
: ;you
trends attended this feature of Edenfleld as the wooden soldier; Phyllis
dericka Mistress
won that delicious I ; pence
lihro the pre-Easter activities which''' Ctrol' Jackson.MIst Muffef Hnnna -
,' / For Free Estimate or InspectionBOX rake KelUm. butted? Susanne' Curley
,Mary; Davey
began Tuesday, when the children -I [)oller, the spider; Susan
You say Mrs H. J. Green wonIt ) (Locks, and Mrs. Davey, :fie old
832 STUART, FLORIDAPROTECT ? colored eggs and continued Dull, dancing doll moor u' -
I through Wednesday. with.an eggGARDENERS' ering_ Peter Pumpkin; 'Fannie_
They tell me that Paul Donald- SAILFISHINGTHEY'RE

_______._.._ ._. _____u._ ____ ton four-pound bid $2.30 frier for that that tempting Emerson GO TO I I Mr. and Mrs Joe T. Lance and woman.'j f

Kramer donated: to the auction. ORLANDO FOR TWO-DAY Iwo children have moved from '
That refreshing orange juice SESSION APRIL 15 1. North Stuart to the Fogarty : THEY'RE STRIKING NOW!

\ c'onated by Dick and Sara Roberts The Garden."1- Club. of. Stuartwill property at Casa Rio. 3, .Aldridge., ,Mr. Rice Is editor
was Jurt the thing to cool I
-e Get Yours With
of the\ Canadian
Foreseter a
us off after the whirls On the be represented at \the State< Mr. and Mrs. H. A.. Shepard
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floor. t'ederatlon convention at ,Orlando and daughter, Helen, ''former newspaper.. While here they also
I t I You lay the Civics Class madea Wednesday and Thursday' Stuart residents who own and visited Mrs.. C. Boyd, Miss Sara TOLEY'SLEETMAptNEEHfilNE
YOUR net profit qf $571 That expert by a delegation of six. officers' operate Courte Mexicans at West Wagg and Mr. and Mrs. Claude .
", auctioneering by Charlie Titus and members Including the Palm Beach, are leaving Satur- Wadell, all winter visitors: from
jt J helped a lot. president Mra.. Wlllaford Ranom -, day for Enclnitas, Calif.,. where Huntsvllle and the families had EXPER AtIRS'
Well, I guess that every thing ? Leach; three Vice-presi they will build a summer home. un Ontario reunion dinner
FurnitWe, Clothes Rii s Etc. .really dandy now, 'cause they dents Mrs. 3. E. Taylor. Mrs. L. Mra..J. W. Weston will operatethe T t a. 0 UI'
have the money to take that A. Arbogast and Mrs. Herbert Courte until their return Miss Elsie*Williams I who hat
,,: educational trip to Miami to see Thayer; the treasurer, Mrs. How Oct. 1. been making Her home with her I k':
I the Pan-American Fiesta this ard Neal, and Mn. Harry Bwln- ... cousin, Mrs. Helen Aavlnwall. In
1 r Agaimt Damages fro I April, Say Jake, Emmy Lou tells glehurst, chairman of exhibits. Representative and Mrs. Marvin West Palm Beach has come to
,." I me that\ she's already planning They will stay at \the Angebllt H. Rowell and their daughters Stuart tostay with' Mrs, Frank Store your oat with us ;for the summerffiY'S
I t > Moths, Roaches andJbilverfish what she's going to take to the hotel convention headquarters. Ellen and Mary Jane left McCord until June., Mrs. Aapin-:
next box what do
supper you The two-day program will be Saturday for Tallahassee where wall will remain In California
By laving Ifrem say had to fontUFCT that she must have highlighted by such speakers, as they: will 'make, their homer for until June until her son. Lt. T > BOATYARD
lee Adams, writer, artist, natuN tne two months of the Florida Comdr. R. L., Mastin, whom she '
it AUXILIARY TO '. allot and auduboo who has won Legislature sea 11 I Ion. They I 118 visiting, receives his doctor's 5 Miles South of Stuart,oa. 01'd' LVVfl '.+
t "BERLOUWnPROOFEDTEN fELEIRATENNIVERS lty II''raUonal'awards tor original research have leased a home al S19 Talaflo degree In aeronautical VloriJ
.. flotilla 9. ISCQ Auxiliary, will I in his fields and who now St and the girls, t, and 18, will I I Ing at the California, ena1l\1'er'l Safernp ,
;elebraU its fifth anniversary [holds a chair at Rollins enter a Tallahassee sch ol'.?.; Technology.
; 1 I with a covered dish supper and Ho will speak on --
f'l t ( YEAR WRTOEN GUARANTEE) evening of entertainment at the I traits'1 at the Wednesday aTttrJ: l .
Civic Center Monday noon session, Madam Will Chin '1 1WAAA
. J I Ij' Supper will be served at 7 p I Liu In native costume will speak
l, Our representative / ill glaVy come, to your home followed by movies names fit the formal banquet that night'
1 j'" mi prise features. J, D. Gray'Is on "Flowers In China". Froma
and give you a frdc estimate 1 !general chairman. The auxiliarywill I line of famous forefathers who ,.,.
furnish, meat,rolls and but sponsored the cultural life of
ter, Coffee. sugar and cream --I China, Madamn Liu now lives at '; '
IIi Writ or Phont) j Guests are requested to bring" Winter Park where her husbandIs ,:
I' ide dishes to eomplete the' professor of'Chinese cultural
menu. Approximately: 100 Invitations studies at Rollins College. Mrs.
GEORGE KElfJ \ have been Issued to friends John Oowdy, wife of a bishop of
j( auxiliary members, making China will use the' backgroundof
,: this annual/ event the largest In her lifetime In the Orient to TUAIt
,/ T
1 the five years of the flotilla. speak "Are Chinese Women FLEA

: l M /tin County Cle Qers EASTER ECO HUNTIhe I the poem o'k, "Flower Happy?In" Her featuring Hair",

; children of the Hobe I meaningful tradition
'r l Pho/e 190 P. O. Box 906I I Sound Community Sunday,Clmiese: women. Miss Cornelia among -
I : Bradley, editor of the magazine, T LIGHTHOUSE
I Fas-ter ,"Home Gardening In the South",
will conduct an "Information (
Please" program at the Thurs-
I \ day morning Dutch breakfast
': ; and Mrs. Reynold Flournry,
t I Columbia, Ga., member of the
National Council Board and past SCHEDULE
I president/ of the Georgia State SUMMER

f;, In Tribute To A Great American the Federation national will activities bring and news plans of iMor I

: The highlight of the hostess BEGINNING
club's entertainment for the
I Because he stood for the best in American enter- visitors"will be a tour of the I

ise, and helped to make this country great rough Foster famous,'explorer orchldorto.and of author Mulford of dospril 14th .

th invention and manufacture of the Ford'automobile, the book, "Brazil.

1// i I Web rdway Motors today, in commonjimh a great F.II.A. GIRLS ATTEND THE DINING I
4100: P. M.
} \'a \ many oft er institutions throughout thejmiited- States, members of the Stuart \

N r i ,pays tribimUo the memory of ,Chapter of of AmerlcC the Future attended Homemakers the- THE BARftnd COCKTAIL LOUNGE I Ij ie'

... State convention at .st. Peters j
r '. burg last week end. Aceompan- ? FHDM 9:00 A. M\HI MIDNIGHT
led by their faculty sponsor Miss. .
Mary Ellen Mttnlon.. They left by t
ear Friday noon and arrived at WE ,WILL,JE CLOSED ALL WEDNESDAYS l
1 the Soreno Hotel, convention
headquarters, in time tor ,\the For the Summer Sqason
r overcame trNnf uuous odds at a time get-acquainted party that night r !

'j I II when his inventyxwas considered impractical Reports heard of State activities were Relax and
Saturday morning and Refresh Yourself With Your Xvorite
At Ow
I bo\of 16 he left the the afternoon was featured bya
Asytt Bar and
t ..-.- talk by Miss Lucille tang state. ( ktai1 Lounge Where We 0\'You the:Bt'sl'in'!
t farm and.warfed into cte city of Detroit advisor. After a 5 p m. tour of Mixed DrKks andSenice .

to seek his fcfrtune'. His frW job was as a the city they attended the formal ; t : "
( banquet, dance and installationof S
,i' ,-. helper i irytt machine shop, a d when:het officers These who attendedwere We Ha r A Varied: Menu.of Delicious Foods. Whether.

: made first car he was runnrHcr a small Janice Arbogast, June Ma- f Two" It IsA
(I ": tousek and Betty Knlckbpeker. Party or A Banquet for Many, We Art; "cW to Serve
repaf and machine shop. GRAND CHATTER- You- nth Fine Food, Excellent! Service In Plea 'trrotmc' ';

Eastern Star representativesat mgFACIE

: ,Not onI /did he prove that hard work andVltiative' Ilorlda the annual meeting Grand In Tampa Chapter this of

'. pays, hrftalso brought great benefits to'his eouiuKLand Mrs.week Lena are Mrs.Ulmer Grace. Mrs Steelman Olive, The Cosiest Dining Spot In Soudi.HTCHWA.Y ;"

E the yorld in the transportation field"e Clark and Mrs. Lillian Hansn
of.,.Unity etJapter.n,of Stuart. '
'Mr.and Mrs. C. .W. Thayer of
Bit Pa. left (loot week for theta
eb 'Ordway Motors home after a week's visit with Tjhe LIGHT
his brother, and wife, Mr: and ;
Mrs. H. 'H. Thayer. They were i
j_ 9142 a STUART, FLORIDA accompanied on the trip by Ur.
and Mrs. George,Buffln&tol\
Springfield,.Mas*. .- 1 "

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ron THE 8TCABT NEWS, STTABt, Muffla County, ,Florida\, T 'DB'DAT.PJtn 10t.141111


,': ,},.' ', '. FISH TOURNEYMARKS LISTED :I'Stuart Tops Morrison Field, to_Play Lake Worth l;

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: f 'Bebee Arnold Friendship of Stuart Man Two to Play Coco

: Sailfish Club\ Gives Award I Tiger Nine Drops

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I J to UCT Counselor
From Ohio, Pace 3-2 Old Baseball Star RenewedA

I. j! The Stuart Sailfish Club has ------ Loses 16-2f STUART AB R H PO A t I Delray Tennis 1 WINGOLF"

";' .' I Win Sunday Smith. rf-Ib, .4 J J ? I Jtl l
jnmed a release button and CMtUlcate Ihrwdm IP 4 ( ?

to to IUy Penntst, supreme J. Hhlm 4 I !J :j Tourney Open '
< EAST tOAST.APts LEAGue 14-7 Makes s-r-ui. i 11 I ,
counselor 61 the United I ,, : I 1
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I Commercial Travelers Trade "i',...uk.." ,'.,,,, I I II li 10(11! ::2< .ir-; 1-!i- J i !J11! : To HereThe jZyft

I In Culumbus Ohio Tin'1"I......"" I" .".1 Triple PlayAlthough bro-i.p rf-cf Players
Paper .
.....",.. I ,... wsrr" j : J : ; : Lane Jennlng 98
.. .... ... s ,
If 1. "M a I : .
Mil was caught with CaptV "..ff.< I,,..1/0 t ....j HorM ...r -..:.::.:.J 4 J I In enough to win first ,

O Johns on the chatter:' croft,; T.. '11%.AST.H tI 1., SUNDAYS" RESULTS I ... soundly beaten twiceIn "t n M -i first Gulf Stream Junior new $15 golf bag In

Bamblna A reproduction! of H1\It1. \ .. ifwoft I Odd' t as many days this week.Martin p.-Bit .d for Crimp-, 11 Boys and Girls Tennis 'Champ.onshlp tourney at the Martin ,
... ....., ,
the release certificate: nil) be, I.,""I.".0.It,t..h lio.' W.'h(WWI'", IThe County High Schools baseball seem by .''.nl *' will be held In Delray 'Golf and Country

\I \ printed tn an edition of U squad was grooming Itself today Vnra Urorh ,,'Ml" BOB<" ,IWS"l 614Stuart -- Beach starting next Thursdaywith day afternoon.
I ) tatlrey combination of$1.Ia1's I with renewed spirit for Its sixth Jennings used a putter
'( paper It was announced. \ SaUfliJiers proved too Rime of the season at 3:30 1)In.) *"...ntSbl'lBol.IT'ltWII.. .(.'.. ..' : the finals on April yOk En the first nine holes in sJ ft

f TOURNAMENT 6TANt> \OS j imwlv 11.4.yrl.in- FlpM 1ipr Tuesday here with Cocoa furnishing II..... it..t........ \.. b... .,_'__,pl....1,1" are due Monday, Wlioiroyd creditable fashion that hit DM]
Sailfish Mills Division/ ;; hie;; mop; the The I.Im 'willItim, of that city to whom
Sunday as the up- .:::.. ..K : I'.:: :: i lum golf fame with the vhok 1]
Locke L. MacKenzie, New York) entries may be sent Box 965. ,
State team whipped the Tigers .. VZ- % 4: 1 over the second nine
,1\! Us East Coast Glades League Ltll isOii.bi. mabW,
I ft,. 4ht.\ there 10 days ago so the home f:1! : : ? E ;:i The event Is open to any boy him to come off with
T.4 top ,
I Sailfish Ladle DIvlsMi cason; with fl 3-2 victory on the 0-00 r\\ or girl who was less than 18 ton
I ; 1
I East:/ 51U St diamond nine will be seeking both revenge kl-r to X. ......... 1..wim.. b.." A dr..lng..18 held to detenu*
Bone tNew York I II.v I ears of age last Jan. 1. and
and its first 1947 triumph. "I"Willi" I" 'lift
which single club
I ft 2'4 In: Next Sunday the Sallfishen :I : J wt'I"; 11_Wi:: many entries from Martin St wtr.
Other Species. fall) travel to Lake Worth for Palm Beach Junior College G=: .. bolk.-Off A.ZN Lucie, Palm Beach Broward and would use on the first nine,in-
trounced Stuart-16-2 there Tues- I. 'i Honrr I. off lli 7 plmrkoulkr then the entire set
J Amberjack (85 list W A'I their second tent of the new sea- Andr pin I .I bw p Irhrtiy limit Dade Counties are expetced\ The was allot
Palmer Jensen Beach, I Pun, The Palm Beach County day as pitchers Bob Clager and I 114fte"' kr: :5 1 l Wild tourney Is sponsored by the for the back nine.Jennings man
Bill Phlel limited the visitors to b>ll> r Ortfl ft aged par on one hole
Barracuda.-32 Ibs I Ho,,'rtid login was beaten by the strongPahokee k> MI. >IP I. kr <..." I I. HUM .nd Junior Tennis Development Com- win hi,
8. Johnson Charlfuloji W VII. I outfit lost Sunday so one hit Willard Wells. who b 1 -c.fl H.pry I ..4 I ta 1 I ft ,..1"Kff .. ittee of Delray Beach and Is solitary club.
hurled the distance for Stuart Woll., pud 4 IP 4 1 / .Innliim- Lunch at the club
Sheepsheiid--li lbs 2 im Kill: U will be driving for its first win. -.lrn Otch-W01m.. UnlilrM III : approved by the Southearn Lawn wall ttrtu
Tillman. Stuart. However' Stuart Manager John was combed for 14 hits as the A-14... F. FrNmeiiii st.4.. ,H..k...., Tennis Association. Entries are to SS persons: with a number t1,
Wii-i J Collegians. aided by five Stuart TI..- ,14. others present during
Cobla-4T< lb*, Mrs N. Mann drew a big measure of It for single and 50 cents a play tttn
llkm R. Voughn Dnii vllle. K\. I ISnook181.1 confidence from his teamr. play Infield errors salted the decl- STUART er for doubles noon who didn't stay over PI'II,

Ills; A. N Hull ngalniit; Morrison Held and felt Ison away In the 1st Inning. The AJlRIIPOAE Balls will be furnished without dent Fred r.. Hall eittmajtdthn:

Annapolis Md. "iklmlstlc today about this sec gamp originally was to be played somilij charge as will housing in were approximately 80 In I','
I but a last-minute check re- !- i i : r : turning out for the
Oafttop Cat 7'',1 lbs 11.1 "UK! tunnel: He Is uncertain of $hifi- 1 private homes Suitable trophies occasion
C 1 Is starting line-up: but It is ex- Katod the opposite with the Rebels A..er 1 I ,
Bloomlngdale Stunt rill be awarded winners and
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Grouper -. 19 Ib, Flnici pertni Jo be very similar to that I to play here April 22. W.ll.H. Ik I t I runnersup In each event Recre- TOURNAMENT OPENS!

Graham. Stuait )la.s: Sunday. Yesterday afternoon the Tigers I.. .: ,rI It ; : : 1 6 0If j rtlonol programs under the supervision Winter Haven April 10 (FSE
1..1 dropped their fifth straight rlrm-y' irf .; -The annual three"da Don
Black Bass 7 lbs gIIIII..1. I Seven reserves on the Stuart If."... I t 4 rI 1 I IU of the Community ;
t .. .Dirk Brooklyn NY' "heiuh' during the Morrison Field "hen Veto Beach In a return Hptd..kk rf . Recreation Association are being Water Ski Championship TOW

King Mackeiel 40'? lot game failed to see action, but t:1t: cashed In on Stuart generosity ii"-til' planned each night. nament to be held. at Cjpra

Miss' Florence theok SI.\\.l1": Mann said he hoped to get sev friendship of 17 years standIng -! glove rt He also has been elected i In the 3rd Inning to score :Gardens starting: today un*

Point eralof them' Into the Lake Worth I was renewed In West Palm to the baseball hall of fame I I tight times and win 14-7. JUNIOR COLLEGE TRACK TEAM DRILLING the auspices of the Arnold

I Sea Trout 12 lbs; John I lit These Inducted Warren I ISl1ipl"I. Beach recently when William at Cooperstown N y This year The Tiger offensive reached AB R H ro A I Water Ski Association will it

Robinson H >be Sound/ Herbert I H. Mitchell of The Stuart News I its N. coor- n ... I tract entries from all over tl>
Rice. Milton i he Is one of four Pittsburghcoaches highest point of the saesonas 11-14.; Be -.t: ; j i i iJ : Martin County High Schools

Dolphin -- 32 Ibs .. MIR A. Davis, Robert Johnson' Bill Berry 1 advertising staff and John Peter and Is noted for the they found Vero pitcher Dick lilhool., J 1" track team..swelled by new recruits United States. It was aruiouiw
e SchreckengoHt, Pittsburgh Paul Thompson and Oeorge "Honus" Wagner, 73 met againat valuable assistance he gives 1 to Anderson for 11 base knocks and It,... ,Ab 6Grey i i .i .1 .. In the past two weeks by Dan Halns, 'president

\ Oar 15 lbs. -- A Swikllk, Q rlfll II. a spring training baseball budding stars hi>d the advantage of three th.ownN.H, rf I < 1 I 4 continued dally drills this week ned for the squad in- ;;
i New York City. Bit Bcbre pitched Sunday's' game between Pittsburgh and Wagner told Mitchell neither fcalks And three Vero miscues. tb ,S S I I 1 6 I en the high schools MI
H. Cooper rf ... .. ,;... I 1 '. I aview" football week Coach Charles Kioto
Wahoo 5S Ibs Dr. George victory and would have had a the Philadelphia Athletics he nor many Interested In the However Anderson who recorded P .. ,..I 'I 4 4 I 4 field Mo- meets have been plan- said today.
S. Gardner W. Pt. Pleasant, shutout with fils steady work Mitchell who has been an ardent club expect a pennant this sea- nine strikeouts, kept these PontnCorhnn ,1/ .. ,........1 1 0 ... __

N. J. except for a lapse In the Sail- admirer of Wagner for 40 ran although the team has undergone tafetles scattered enough that 'of It : :':::1 ( 1 a 0J.ud" 6 :
J Wahoo 55 Ibs Horace E year met him originally when a thorough renovation Stuart never could recover from 1 IhM p | I I tI
I fisher fielding !In the 6th InnIng.lie ... .
Wi4ill of .
Britton. Jackson. N C. IM ENJOY YOUR
was aergeant-at-arms of the since 1948 It not only has a new that disastrous 3rd frame tIN
i Albocore 184 Ibs. Bill garnered 11 strikeouts over Pennsylvania House of Representatives manager Billy\ Herman but also Stuart combined four hits U n n "t -j
the walked
only one
I OuteruuJi Berlin. N. Y In Harrisburg In 1930. millionaire Bing Crosby! as a .
an error and a walk to S or* ky Inalnirai '
Mango Snapper -. 6 Ibs W. except for the 6th and 9th in- A )
strong flrendshlp
developedand part owner and 1946 home run overcome an early Vero lead In .Goo lot aI
H. Nelson Harrbburg\ pa ,lings did not allow a visitor past the two have had J..Ior. CollegeAfiif::: :::: be't' s-114: OUR GRILL ( r
frequentmeetings Ore the
king nberg in
the 2nd Innlsg The visitors came Two bo" _..-RI.... Thbooo bit .
Spanish Mackerel 5 lbs first baseCatcher. and communicationsever I cutsfleld\ rifil-I4 back tossed; In two hits .-B..th. ....,.". .... -H..d... B.... ".I
II Robert Cheek Sewalls Point. Horace Arnold ranked sinceWagner I b.II.II Clover I. off I'bM .. "'I w.11.
At the West Palm peach exHbltlon with WITHY
I five walks, a hit batsman .. HI.h. C,... 9, Uy j'hl.1 ..
'; Tarpon 120 Ibs Lewi on a par with Bebee as a heroIn was an outstanding I Mitchell also renewed' two errors and two costly passed by Wtll. I. 1 Pai..... b0II-CAWfoo IL

Kaufman. Stuart addition to his admirable National League star with the lila acquaintance with Fritz 08-i balls to shoot ahead 10-4 where .. tj.w:... -
Bonito Wit )Ibs 1,. biii' = 0-4rm Ti.4'60.Supre )UR FAVORITE
Pirates for 1
work behind the plate "Mule" many years In theearly termueller. veteran Pirate pitching they stayed through the bal DRINJI

Shoemaker Lakewood_. Ohio. collected a pair of two base hits years of this century and] star and met Frank Oustine' ance of the hot; afternoon ....
1',1), I Tuna 14 Ibs Jack A Is widely acclaimed today as "the I outstanding.! : Pittsburgh third "'
the .
bringing about a tie Even In defeat.
Stuarts field-
'f// Briggs.Jack Crevalle Knoxville.- Tenn.19"4 lbs ***y._. l no- 4K...... .Alh.... .InMlnn....I...5 .an..<.4wcond 4.%...... best shortstop who ever-- wore aIn baseman._ I Ing sparkled at times The combination I II I CARRY A COMPLET

'j' June Sawpson, Trlpp; City, Ohio bringing victory In the to bat Stuarf to a win. With of Emerson Kramer

'; Bream 1'4 lbs, Mri J. wMcNamara 8th. one out In the 6th he drilleda WOMEN PLAN and Ed Howard executed a neat Line of (i.oice LIQUOR/f/ WINES
; triple play to pull Stuart out of
Jensen Beach Joe Russell and Jim Creighton.who double to left took third on
False Albocore .20 Ibs shared the hurling duties a 4th Inning hole and the infield
Infield airdCORDITASTY
an out and
scored ,
'.!k( John Conn.L Koehne. Jr New Haven :or the Flyers. also turned In wild pitch. That knotted on the a ,GOLF AUXILIARYA h. the pulled 6th and off 7th double Innings killings The Silk J

t creditable performances. but
run-making at 2 apiece hiple play was the first seen
neither, was as tight In the pinches C. C. Stiller. who here In BAIT oViaJBuSFOOD
replaced high school play In recent STI G LINEThtWorl

::1r. COACHING A as was Bcbee Lowery In center field In the 7th A s auxiliary of the years

I Stuart opened the scoring In was nicked by a pitch with two Martin County Oolf and Country Kramer who got the only hit 'a it Bait Cast. Prepared' Mr.\JTMr/J. F (Mom

4 the 3rd inning when with two out In the 8th and trotted downto Club will be formed at a "Indies'day" In West Palm Beach and Wells ing Lintstronger nooiher andjicrproofcj

: : ,ELECTEDHERE out Irving Richmond, Morrison first Arnold worked the countto at the course next Wednesday Mich got three hits to lead the I and P RL FjeltonIce

Field second baseman threw 3 and 2 and then smashed his morning Mrs L. A. Arbo- Tiger attack. Sam McCall with by our l
.f pooriy to first on Hank Pennock'sgrogrider second two-bagger to right on three hits and three runs batted ,sp proresi.The
announced this
gast week. World ,
i dofamib,
the In led the Vero
\ allowing Sallficher which drive. !
Joseph McCoy From Kansas Stiller with a terrific The affair will start at 9 and The box Tarpon 18 Ib, Ice
I shortstop to reach! second A burst of speed Just beat the scores; k Col/Prem\rn BEERON
School conclude with lunch In the clubhouse
to Start Duties lint ad ith
wit Black"FOOD"
t I minute later Marlon Tetter laceda throw from VERO a
Kllanowskl BEACH
Ray to
All Interested In
July 1 women
: single to left and Pennock AB R R po A 2 Pearl e. DRAIi
I -- Daughtery to score the winning Joining the club are Invited Mrs. W.Willieft. .. I I t I

I t, Members of Stuart Hlh( School lomped) and home took, Tetter third on stole Elmer second run. MORRISON FIELD Arbogast said Those who wish Caeo"11.0"Mwitt I b' ....! i : : : NOR CH LINE OMPANY9A
Athletic Association
I Friday nih1 to play golf will tee off at 9 and rf -
f met Joseph McCoy, who has Grahams Infield safety but Kiio.h.wo II All 4 II 1 1 "l" A I, ethers not Inclined 11,_ ifA.diir..a I .
so makeuse
: : can .1 I . .
: moved here frdm Hugoton Karl Harris Lowery tapped weakly to wX.yk j 4 I j : I j .1.1Do.ebtey of the club game and card. 1I i
to take his duties Russell who made the putout ;
up July as It : : :
11: : :
Al-ft Ilield
playing facilities Mrs.
I ,. assistant coach at Martin County unassisted HI.h..d ,. i : 5 j 4:, j Arbogast ..... If14W. . .

1 '\. High School. The visitors' opportunity In the h..w.kl K.I..01,, .1 rf 4 4 0. .I .. 0. 0. reported an Instructor on golf .I If 2b j I ; I 't : t AIDING HARD RE F MERLY AND\RILL
fundamentals Is expected to been ill TOMMY'S BAR
\ McCoy recommended April 2 6th was purely gratis After Russell Phillip >bfir" I .. .. .. H."..k. 2.2b.. andSPORTS
by the schools trustees .was struck out Milford Kron- I. .I hand to help any Interested. A VISIT

,, elected by the School Board -linage was safe when Pennock ..loh'.. P ..a IR. 1 Those planning; to attend should for MeGinliv.ii t.4ii"b. itslloood STOR WILL CONVINCE YO

Tuesday night. He 1 Is the son-In- booted his grounder took second i 1 .. 1 make reservations. Mrs. BEER BY THE CASEJQIN
law of Roscoe H. Rollins Super- o-a"01. I for ..ull IP Itb Arbogast said In order that
Lowery muffed a fly by .
Intendent of Public Instruction. STUART ,
course Charles ,
manager A. Ro.hr-
Fort Llpe and the bases became AH R H PO
A ItTell. :
Principal McCoy Erwin F will Johnwlckannounced asal t filled when Bebee stumbled as : ,..,::",,:' .:.. ... : : I : :. bach can plan on how many to I \ ,

G..h.. It 4 9 t I 4 serve at lunch Reservations may] A
he fielded Walkers bouncer and
Coach Charles Kindred In football
Lowvrr ef .
.1 be made either with Mrs,
attempted to force : 811I100.1. . Arbo.
be head coach for basketball Kronshage at 1 THE
H. Arnold,. t 1 I II gast or Rohrbach, preferably by S
and with Kindred assisting third. Bebee settled down to I. Arnold In .. 0 J 8 1
II I and will direct the track team whiff cleanup hitter But Daugh- ; willierfIf s as.. 4 Tuesday w got THATS
: A' It I .
while Kindred Is In of but
tery Richmond.who hit three; hl..k l rrSrorp 1 . .
baseball McCoy Is a graduate for three after a second' Inning 11.11 rfli.hoe . = w TH T'S DELICIOUS A t
I ii' r ,
rf Southwestern College In Win
walk. doubled to deep center to
i Held Kan.. and was recently discharged .core Kronshage and Llpe, Graham 81 a i-7 1.4 Ng THAT'S[ ECONOMICAL;

from the Army. John- then threw out Hank Kos- I by InnlnntMorrbop. flout' .*. 4.. .4p-I I
I wick said the school expects to lowski to stop the rally. Sluort 101 Sol 4I,-1 AT"TH1MLUE G
I. have a second assistant to KIn- Hun bpttod. In-Totlor, Rlrnptond. S.
Horace Arnold then stepped R. .-.Id. Two .kuo _
bib 1 --H Arnold
dred by fallKindred ....
I Mirhmnnd Eprnod ninii 8tu.rt S.
I j .1 announced his department i 111.1foo., I. AnoM rlrld to I Ponnorb. Deelit. ploy Loft GrihnpiI" kpooptpnrt ;< GOOSE"When e/n
plans to operate next I, I. II"""- ....FI.>'kf I. ..." kp pTottr I
year on a $3,350 budget with expenses a-. Ponnork. Stnnknt br
.b11. by .. [ ..
by Creighton I.
i estimated at about $3: .200johnwlck we BA" 1. of, R.-II, / '
j Her : Your Apetite P
I. A
,! reported the association I ky =:ichor br Oolphton I I Bill I Ijl Keen You Want A A
'..1. Wild "cb b, Hu.o.ll ... ,
| .01 Hearty, Satisfying Meal, This i isjlne
11' had a balance on hand of bolht._br R. Arnold I. br 0...htor. .. Place to Come '
SW7.21. Loolnv pltehor....Crolrkton. "...... Of MealiVAre ,CareCJlfy
; 011m N.l'.o.. C. IU........ ..d f; F..._ Prepared
discussed was the ..
proposal .
TI.-II' ---- You
to move the football field Inn -------- Get Courteofc, AttenVM Service and Prices KenNae

M yds. south In order to create Alp Reasonably
Lf more playground area south of BAIT j "DINE and DANCE"

\ I,,'. the main school building.LWIAL Smootht A a 8 er thin W ",i"" NI TLrpt / '

I .,I other fin o qusj test. Ai YOUR
.' ,. Braided a d txested by AS YOU LIKE IT undayiF' ) j
LAND our SPM ow, careful
tl'i ]Ifalltp b .hereby -rt tliat, ...-., methods hich insure SEYMOUBSgr INN 44ory&> it Race a.
!. Ifcelkai II (III. editor' >4I... Uwi I, Es. ht I
( of riorMp. Aetp nd fcWIel greater lit th and ealt
r H Ck.pMr 14,71T. Uwi of Florldr, Aril of castin ad* I in mot BEjft Wnd
by ll"tiee TY CIOUS FOODMixed' WINES Daily 01610 2nd'a 3rd Racest
CL933; :M.III""L:: '< Florid .12 tests fro o 50 Ib. '
1.111 of 1941 the .'i: doo.01,11 j land Beer COLD PREMlVl I Ten
.> Mlrtl* CMnlp> 'orl<.ta. IPWrittallonr. Quinteila, 4
1 iT ll. 11 11 P.d 14,
;, 1'<,,1 will br for beef No Minor.
=I :-ti.'t.:: : thi riINORWIC '
npmwl hi pfftaipdpiplciMd and WE IT A PRACTIC TO AT HERE
KY. )
of the Cam: lip Mini'
WMI F.l-. Bop b. ..........p>.. II ......k Opposite Morrison f fFACIS
m.. pplnp SI.._ TI_. oelby1416 Sold OUR SPECIALTY PEN DAILY lOiOO A. M. TIL\li30 A. M. ,
d of ". 1101. y
Mt/t./..D or CO1IIII101O:._ 61 DING H RIDWARE, I"Admiss6a
DAMT two IVmrlpnr'TrMuurpr.T 5 ORES 3 Miles North"of Stuart on,Fed.: Wa, x't4wit,

at"T U'nd II. II4T.

j j1.'I. I I ....

.;"' >II' f<,''Ai j ie 414 A,It"I'V17' ,. ,, :... ..


TEW STUART' NEWS,-STOART., Martin County, Florin, THURSDAY, APRIL It, 147 PAGE nn: r*



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.FOB SALE iiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiHinumiiiiiFDR iiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BOLtmON OP LAST WEEKS: PUZZLE: LIOAL nDYRRTIOoanprr V-LECAI. ADVERTISEMENTNPTICI L j ;t ,

i ..IIIIIIIUIIIIIII 11I1111I11I11111111I SALE t FOR RENTHiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiMiiuimiiniiHiiiiiiHiii ACllo.a t Uunrrlr *. NOTICE: ; .
FOR SiRE vfMCs l I L 'I'.r4 Yw m..... I COUNTY FLORIDA OF AFPLICATIO FOR. TAX t '1t I 'fll
: enamel a- INN M IINI NI I I IM I I"N I 11It11ll11ll1ll1l1lll1J l l l MARTI i J

banter, keMsea* rang with" OLD NEWSPAPERS: le a pound I FOR KENT Floor sandlngslna. Hom.a.nL A' YO. if;! All M L Crtpplo.nlawl0. wlontllns NOT\K'1 IB MKRIIRY: APRIL'10 GIVKhthai, INS HOMO BUI DEED: No." last TIn ; i t f

SIF1BTSB [ wen Flftt tlaas condition at Btuart iews.' tf chine and deer UaYinlsh fttnOf L C A I N :Into Mranon&o Bortlon S o< Cbnptor I 14550, "OTR HKRKRY f vlI't. toatCHMTKR I "
e. ; the tilnakID. t M. tin k..ufW of tko \
f.: Lawn of rldn, Acu of Itl7, bno HUMAN )
n noth.
fee! Mrs, HT Martin at reasonaM rat**. ,
Mennlnger year floors, Nelahthowry I N D F R N MUKfetY ACt. tha fono' lni doaorlbi ,orUIM/' MN' Nh, me- i
Read; Ph tl4> u.-,. tf SOIL BALES: S poreh roll shades.I Phone 1M Stuart anI.are a rookInes' E A T flcbrow tatter '. Und \ Martin Cou.orid.\ .. wiN //'t: ;: : a toa .'' M H th.n. ( t"t

---- wood' slats fixtures all In U It B.I'HM bo .ff.rwfcor. onto M puklla. ootont for wMeU4nM' t inVMT atlaoonnoo I 'Il\
good Co. J : '
: : I
DR '
DE iRR D > i .
,. ear.IIIOrl"l tho. kl>ho>C.od boat .. bid. aubirot tobo tka do.crtvt.oii r tin pnMl
FOR CALX! About 460 ft of Don St. Lucie ; -- -- IL winSTId. .... ... I
shape. .vln0170 -- I N L T II ii. nigh Troalooi of tho Iniornnl nan1 U. I. hid It I
Poultry win.' (U Oaeeola A,e. Crescent. WrlY rAT RENT r a PAPER bo senoR ::, ,: ,,::, ruad I* rojoat" ony ond all I ..,o.wl an M full. sl, ) '
OErNRYr islet' R U _NA H o mgt bid.. thk ....... '
WORD ttenM OWN Ii. at LonrUonoo bnrlnnln* < o ft.n1. N. II/L .r d l :
PL a can
; G or Phone .HZ-i. April 10, 17 receipt > la' protwtlve A tt. Amorteulorrym lOtOI orloriC A. M.. on tho' TWELFTH JULY 7, 1541, i
MIb1M 15e FOR 11 YOUR NEW ODERN HOME ..., of .MAV&IIU. Outoldo of Inunlcl.Blltlra. '
April I, II. ante, svonoral D..n..U" rC Pr rlr: It ,I itl .
Onto PE\WORD CAP1- SECOND HAND' swivel chairs' ak your re<4[>t. Thin makes wwdn" 5 E N E A R nod ooo n nt for rood rl.htC'way 510.0, .... PUNT' ': loot H.'oc 'I"
J' Not sett LNG E P edlMalonl.aP : widrtbill. bo roaonod Iron I nny of t IT oval boot N (
t1. MINIMUA\SOc FOR 17OSDS. FOR SALE: Houne :.. 4 rooms, See them now at Stuart.News C-E-NrT-W fur you' theo "t" )i s i 6A VERD M. Rnnlnr from atoll throu.nA which tkno la on ..1... ;.a1bdlrlolnh,hdn, ut Im Mtlr.I a St. .: I : \\1 ti, f i \I7
It I
A4 .
... ,.
on. npwp/' foe reed IJt Ao"U land, tilht to
two preened porches bath : Dehon IMnn. Dehon Bid,. f
) .NN. ...y.NuolllllllMUXMINH on Office. If A Ii ,<- A E ERR In'nmani'! ( kuu olf I o' aR) fiotroloum. .I I;; ; :: : J t', ,I,
three lots Inquire Rice Hotel April 10 I*. May L Jl.pIbwned 17 | Durlka of vthonnlnoraln' trill Marrv.I.soot I I" I ICuuaty '
) 111nt11 All d ai' Ir hdnu In 110. jl fl
A IL H II n.
ig1L Ia.Mi C M A M IT i )
of : t
April S, 10, II FOR HARE; Radio Phlleo : : \\ Mm Aat. N twrkN" I
eolloa N
FOR RtJrr: Furnished Apt Port AIkh I' R E II H E Dnnl.hialan4S3. FI N C woo or saw T w 04NM Neh Ilrlrxln ah 'allf05\IM f sMupatr ,
F RENT Cabinet Model, 11 Tubes Phone ) : I 011 0..M of tr.t 1. Nay: _. '
FOR SALE: New SeetAtwaterOutboard Silt Hebe Sound It Sen.fi. Desirable fur summer I':1.: \ N AL. IcoTn'lo'uTia 00v '1''''. n H /1.Bwlk ::-;. r f uI: :'::'!::' ;'I : "; t : I

NWIYCA' river, Use. of beat Include' M Ana Ix dxrh,. Rtlvhsonal
Re "
Motor Iii h. Call; -- -- -- 17 Pnoancnay.II.
p FOR SALE SHOP1 r r Phone 118-J Box 110 =t &r 'Uleal /e, "Z'r:":: d 1, t.r: UnltoJConclllntor 11.1" I of Honk. Hnlf,. ,l ..n, t bnnn axa M oM l x }
Arthur Ullyblad, Sunrise Inn. : Ci. Cry the nu.L ; .4J11'toru.. aw N :.t.II J' ;//n wnlY :.r Yq. Jt/7, \
COMPLETE: WITH STOCK A 3,10,11 note aUewwow Ia sees, dath. oil 10151\ n 50.50 .. ... .u I I II5owf
U beginning April 10. / "00".11., 41. Crualod dlaU. IN'dl.t ow'' nowpetdno Mk Y 10' Flftb dnY .of .. 1141. 7 '
---- AND FIXTURES LYRIC Iwo DOWN bal. la .,... Norik Nhj ftHnlf it (Ntkl of rhirth Its Aq MneY, IYIt. j I ,
RENT ;;;; : usa nw :, InA ofart : \
rR : Large home Form About : wA (ICUNN l tI ; ,
IN'I of tdoWt.Mw :
FOR" SALE-BUNGALOW ON S THEATER BLDG. It It asneNO, aDIM1 et L AwMa1 i0r+ ew.mpmlard ...NJof .. h YOMYROY, 1
only the John Taylor home o> dower n...bIs. JMl.lau 10. So..R Half 18'jl"lh '
---- --- --- claw .rll tees) aI Morxto GNpr: 1
OR MORa: LOTS. FRUIT fOR SALE Fame klochea widow the Palm City road. Furnished W. 60 5ndw ebU. L No': m.ny /1. onv wad NEt I :
LtRr e.Irlne mw 1,1 I
Pro" \y10M..eM'
ftr r eIff TREES fSOM. SEE CHARLES: to t. Okla ..uo. Air nYl bUIIUTH"" .eIYRCH.. m o. r r
.r N..h H.lf' .r awl dI I '
table oncllltrtinf, and or unfurntiihed All conveniences \\IOmlL I" Tai.Wdw0 'Nlan HNT In miialulrofrnlni rI < ,
CONRAD SALERNO SHOKES "WI, .O.,0I/n IC 5RC", Man 1. .A..il .. I. and 7" 1041. ,
L1"( ill tI. tie ,..... Macon. County c Suitable for resldrnie /L rpa lm LwWae lure t Pet eymM Nr II, Rtltrkii I SINN o. LL TOWN I' amao n 'S.'hJ' --- 1 1111LEGAL
I trio Co Dehon Bid,., roe or rooming" house. Kent MOO.00 IL P.rcN.d I :n: ORe Auld' .Illwn nonlort: abbr \ NANGI1t I ., ADVERTISEMENT: ------ ,
: ))1
!. ICi t It SALE: 1.30 Fort Truck M It tf per month unfurnished. See I Late 7. n. 1. II, .4t, U. U. 14. .s.4. J'
Carl ""'. Victory Arcade tf r z 3 l d q ID III U. "h.'k 45 AMh : ) PLAT UK' 1'1' ICII 0' INTlN7 mil 'I'n RF.C.ISTEIt' 'I ,I'a
pickup with H ton helper FOR SALE: 1900. rich carved PALM 'ITV .. I. t 1. '.n 41in FICflTIWM NAME I I

a tigs. Overhauled motor dining set table, f. chairs. WHY PAY RENT .eft-yod ran z IJ del I N..p. t.R. H.too. ndleaw,. ,- T.... Ill OTleK.1M. "NY.NIIIYIMhN.,,,,. 1hn ra.....111...... IMatw4d u/ '' '

ATLANTIC COURT ne ansmlsslon, new Radiator sideboard, server, ftilntt. originally own your- own new, modern ..r.7. t0Y0 j ,: last, Id INSNI.: Aae i I !
tlwh tee
The n,0"rtne, Isle bweka .NOKIR d I will mRlnp 6115 LAY
APARTMENTSSTUART \ 1114"\ bed Fully In1S -( custom JTade U....) home AND PAY LOB IT with : PARK a M"hoIl l A on of Go*. ;''M Clrnk C.ue4 N Mel Ni, YMin !,

FLORIDA pond .M. Key Stone Dairy, Give phone nusffier in letter I your rent money Thin makes JG I I8 I .no.at Ln 1 North, k."..... o.In Iwooe: Fwdd, won; n.dld; ., or pruut l', '
I 1 iii H'M. 15. P 1 ..., !_,lion. d r.blklw' of lhN' '..r.... IMIfn.. t j. ,
WHEN AVAILABLE Rt. I. kr. Pierce, Fla. Phone E. Tollman l\Me Sound tf C-E-N-T S to you See lichen 10. Tora.ht IN 140., ..".. 4 thaw n.wr, ts.wht

tmtlrlrljr Furakihed. Houseirr 775-W \ It -- .-. I today Dehon Bid*, Stuart. \, y M I I'.C't"M.' '7HRLITTLE. HoWM.IIY. KIIOI'I'I. 0n.
["" FOR SALE: MiTC. STOVES. //e, IL 11 .. 1 Inn- as wh"h I a0. ........ iu. hurinrm was.
,!nf Apartments r Florida ln<:. Hhirll'I I ; Lot' 1.: .... t'loold. ''ha' wry Ixundq ,4
W. T FACETTelephone FOR SALE\tU: Ford Truck APT. SlZKMmM! CASH' OR April 1C, U. 24, May 1. z/ U. It 14 10 10 II liuto I, 1 mil h..,"_ i. .< loolioo.a I :
.:.. ... 1 3 38 27 28 Ililft .I : : II: MONK YA<'IMH. J
1151 Panel.., K t\i, fully InsnretlZJOM TIRM8: !! /RO8LEY STOKE, .. .- II 14 It IIIt II

-- Key II\ne Dairy, Rt. Z, oI4 CLF: UIS. .WEST PALM FOR RENT Fxtra confortable, at 54.l; ::iil ,.:,. AO bd..15;, dl.a :t e.I,; .rHI : AerO. I. 1/ Kt..rI.IV. tI. YII rMN_ I j

.iiIIfhIII/IIIIM00IMti/ ININNuIIIIItI1FO1m11SIllfillr Fort Pierce f\ Phone 775-W BEACIJ 11 modernly furnished two-bed / Ie S3z Gnu t lu l lroe./ : 01 i, 4.. -iEc : ,
K'4lgM with combination ,lu IC I.... 11. .'. I.. Ci t> ,41 ADVERTISEMENT 1
April 1*, room apartment* ----- -- ---
y/TLEt/ 44 loo' nnd 4: to til Ii I' i
---- fOR by owner, 3-bed- dining and living room, 34 I. Lota 1, I, I. (, e, I. 7, N :! 1- I
roe home, fronting Indian cook stove heat hot and 3J 3f 1tt. II. II to 17 I.r. 41 05 .: NOnCI 0:7: [il1 TO REGISTER I \
i FOR SALE 1$ hOitboard gas ,
!IIIIIIIIIIII : 41 <., U to II& ...... Hlorl, ,0.I : NAME
motor. Perfect...\ItioA. Wil- Kjjfr, extending to and In. cold water, electric refrigeration I I, >. !, n. II, II. ItIIMI NOTICK 18 II'HJ..C.I.:: I hi* hat I the : "
III SAI I: Good Quality Heavy SalernuV It ding Savanna. Cacper Eden airy 19 wind".... SeeL 316 31 8 3qI ., and >I, I b lot. I t: /. uwNnlr.ed, .4r..N1M0 of I tCheter
fears Store : .
.. Low if A.,
I "10. II. 1*. It. II u 14 t I : Ml tkrhta. l
IrwiK 200 for fll.<'. Worth.J A .'il 10. 17, It W. (Crawford 111 St. Lade in I.. 11 to 14 hu. 14i 0.10 0u. of IIM1, will nwlot" ,t mth, the L"k of l
Chicks 11 W. North 1 SALESMEN: W ANTED 1 B; In- -- Cmrent Phone 8-W. It I tar' 41. 04. II ..d. 010.0. III. l'Ir.... tuul t. 10 Ntul to M...,.. I
rhiie .
UR SALE ZI ft. Glider house L.... K to IS I.... III 1 toI County. rko-Mn. .,",n n,ri pi' of Iof '
Ait!. Baltimore 1, Md. dependent Sell Ran 'h. Products trailer be Sha- 'OR.IltNTBdrCMIm I Unplnul' tanks ..r G". ,,,0.w .L. put,Mention of ,lhl. uol,I I... the floU-
at ;
June Zl Inc. \hv City of StuSt tan. may seen I : ; In private I 1 Noih .4 N.dw.e. .11". I.. limn ...... lo, ..wtl: I
11 ,
dowlawn apis 301 S. Albany home In business" tertlun. Reasonable 3 44 1'. K. IN R No. rpnp' '. ....... MARTIN llMIIrR: CO. undro whlrb.Intmtr4. ,
Rude County Gohy e Phone 53. G. L. Eden- I 1'HtlST'.I Cllt THKPHIIrMKNT ; I oItNAI IMJI 0 ... McOe.ed I In. h..In... '.dl...
--1 KENT) Extra-comfortable, locality open,' Write y.Rawlelgh'a ave or Rent. Phone 2119 or J : FUND Ci I THK HTA1K I<,wn. .....ndo: sal, ....,.eo lit. .I. '
furnbhed two-bed- 3D field Stuart, Fla tf address Box 852. It 3 o Si S1 (.r ..LOHIUA. MIA boot,.... xrr a5 : I '
oaVrnlj. !Kept FAD totOnwG
,K'1..11 Coal. Scot) d. AVIII 0.dW ,
-- #
son ipirtment\, with eomhln-j Memphis,. TennOR It FOR SALE: Septic tanks, water i H : IAwnl POHKROY, M, ItNKINa.Indi.nlnw. If
fort RENT Downstairs
: apart [ '
Truator IIII .nod. MARTIN r 1",01. ,
alien dining and living room, -1 isM lBulcl Sap tanks water' filters, bath tub, ment on riverfront Reasonable 13' S4 ss 5sr ( NIY, rl,,,.'01.. 000, h 1, n. A.rll "I. 10.
took stove heat, hot and SALE I I'lltRCIi1. DC.
til bench ends, urns, steppingstones rent. Phone 289 .r address P. He UOHO If
.old. water, electric rrfrlgera. Good condition T_ Coat: grease trap 30 gal water s ".r.ILle..1147 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT- t''' wi
O Box 852 Stuart. It s'L LEc3uTffricT
tan, airy 19 whidows. SeeI Dining Car; Jensen .ob. Old tank, cement tablet cement : : : : : i ; -T NOne 0' INTENTION TO REGISTER

I, W. Crawford, phone I-W DixieHighway. / It work, mans bicycle. J. Wen- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiimniMiiiiSERVICES I 1 I I TO ALL TO WlIT MAY ct," NOTIFI..g. : : NAME 1
Crescent 111 ( r.UN .nd! TO ALL INTLRKOTEUPAuTiha y OVK71'tlat Ik*
Lucle _
ltile St. FOR xX II helr: Port Sewall OFFEREDiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinii'iiiii .... .
SALE: 10 6 one-room, "I. nnnVr tho provl.lono orCb.
Hlttrt II Mtwe slumin- A 1 11, 11.rOi 5,4,004 ,In hwvl' F pine That a .boor. .. 101 Law. of ......1.... Adarrirbtor I
eement-block I I I llllllllllllllllllllllMinlHiHIMtllrMmillMALE. I I I I '111111I11111111111111/111.,1/ 1111111I11I1111 ,Inv ,101 M held. 'bo t ly H.ll City of .r .::;. I wit h 'tho I'tar*. of i
um roof on S/Tcres, bard road, hi..'" "'Iori.. .Kim.. Mundoyrrfutnl 100 C/nuI/ INan. hi .nd fur Yod4 I'
))1 SALE! : IH and 4 h.,. La.. 'nosft lof Palm CM .,I SALES Cocker Spaniel 8 WRY FAY RENT when yon cano HELP WANTED11I111111111I1111I11I11I11111111I11'11I1111I111 : REAL EST AT / OR SALE II ApnIL 1017 s of Cltof CNad. el d, ups d I IOf

M air-cooled engines Also" t mlle ) .RIO hi old. For information n your own, new, modern I I I I l I I I I I miiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii/iiiiiiiMiiiihiiiiii t..t1 I. "ran rash for conctmelln. publle\a;, d 1190 :'::. tUov. = f
Paitersnack Stu Its', ..lIdh, for rink ky
n a '
Cheap. ...., -wilt
Ulmer Motor tff cent .t Clif !lklDs 15! W. home AND Vt
irritatHin pumps PAY FOR IT w GOOD JOBS FOR FORMER I..h,' WwMu. w Nonhnn .Me .r NAYS LlIt RAR sealer which I ., 1..w 1.
U. tf art. Flagl.. It your rent money This niakiCENT NEW ROME Hered tD'Vet for U II H'oh.' .. i I. 00.04 Ro.04 Non h. ......... I ....1..1 tI..s'$. ........ ,
.ARMY NAVY. MARINE AND Mlre.n P.ln, Itr ..d .... Houlh Catoab I
April 1,1 60 sfy&r In odd 0.4.. '
-8 to you See Dehon days, anyone may buy Avrnurl 54.I h roe!IIInt.r clod 1.RA 1.
It TOrit singing lea-kettle'' at 111I11I"811 IMmilimHJIIIIHfllMrllFOUND PAST GUARD SPECIALISTSM their NMV, MODERN HOME.BUILTby rots. d Olt 1s. etuan to : ;,
today, Dehon Bldf Stuart 951u
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FOR S El New hand lawn R (Ii I SU.re Dehon Bldg. Phone LO do Flrfrida HERB YOUNG elnrld' .
mo Used air cooled mo : 0.. ou nMab ,w, rums, ,.1 .1 tau 1450t54 '
M. tfit torLines Machine Shop IIIIIHIIIIIIimlllWinillllllllll'lHIHIIII, April 10, 17. 24, May 1, r 114 r.. 4. I PAY JrfR IT LIRE RENT Yea .I I :1 N0.oo.w: "" 5005---.-50 17. Am, 1. 11. .
1'ndya 01.0 r.. tMS U nlu I Cltr f Nlu.n la Mondt : '
%ladies shoulder this lakes C E \ T becsusewill
JIALF;; : : H T (02 Stuart It lOST > l'ooe 1.4,1 ", .1., _. h. Arnold E. Wllllon. '
: Building Lots ... bag Thursdaight near Railroad CALL 41-W STUART: Head. Urtld n I'0 I. I. a yo have YOIR HOME iOn. sut r boor 4 of Mld... --------

I Lain 191 150. Lots 45 X 150 .. SALE Boat 1C II" with' Station. Ikward. Finder quarters for Snappy Service a.di" Mat AAF 704 L I. 1Tor. f the RECEIPT instead ol H.b",.,. .. tho 90'l<10 of U. S IN THE COUNTY _Y 'f'RT' IN I
F : Neolror Sal I. r. aMolorenl1M HI.hw. "0. I. Hta'> I k.... No. .. Son'bRoad AND FOR MART lOUN' ,. '
Adjoining good location. Close Iggs-SMltlon Motor J'4r I please leave atWaart I News' of any kind Local hauling of 170 a.0 piece of paper Don t wait+ .., ott .t,aMmr, FWNIDA. I!

Price for sale. freight and Aulvwollrn i Rim nn auY Th ,.,0 ....t nbovo. ....,......
a fight quick h.p. J..W. Berry, 305 West Jrd Office ItI express ,Stint'mella hr Yla: 1: U select your plans See Theodore IN.... rod U ems.....tt M tho tom.-'to.i of OaTE IIt I

Nil deliver l warranty DeedWdh SL tf Snappy Service. Telephone ( Aeliryny Iuwn 01. 4. iPrl Dehon and Son, Stuart Fla. .... ..1.io.. a. la elaaalflod. IXimlnii .... Cllrooo INNR ,1, .

p, O: Box (54, Slaw I LOST: MUle4 black II time 41-W. tf. ,tor L It" o. 4 April 10, 17, 24, May 1. I. ... Ord.._ N.. IN u '
C house CorTJ fountain an and many other sVoJJK Qua!; &K. tN Oc, IRTATE S 1
Fh. ,FOR SALE: Highway Shaeffer pen. St'O fM i
S. Highway No 1 and In- be Identified. Reward' rnnder. PAYROLL BOOK-National system ed Army, Navy,, 0 'ne. d i iiimiimuiiiiiiti.jiiimiiiiii'iiiiiiimiiHOUSE i i I i i!! i i I 7 K CITY tIF' KTUART Uro. L 5tkbr 4

it SALE: FIVE:ADJOI C Coast Guard .veterlfec ho a, T' I. F KENNEDY. FoeeawdlNOTN
dlantowav' Road Ideal business I C ... Menninfef, for keeping wage and FURNISHINGS1111I1111I11111I111111I111111:1111I11111I1111111
CHOICE LOTS IN B El location, directly opposite new Stuart Hews, Phone 101. hour, withholding tax and social have held any of lomejL oe lath wad 17ik' April. 14* ;CMIrwM.'oh. TO CREDITORS

ADDITION' SIRE HASRIPARIANRIGIITSI trailer Court and Restaurant April II,.17. security reports, when you cnpatlonal specialties unlx LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT TD All' CN AND ALL PER.MlON ,

/ VER. .$ .875.": Inquire Shaw 168 ; ttJj; ; ; are 10 or more employees. month or more at a ode LADIES: TilE NEW IIOMF1 for HAY! liW'rM UN I/hMANt '; .

ONLY J2000 M. PRIpfkl FOR Cleveland Ave. LOST:; W-b i fold'. e us today, Ask for these at pending on the lenfTh ef you YOU. will feature MODERN THE CIRCUIT COUer FOR MARTIN AGAINST' Ill tbiATM1' 4

Ql'K'K SALE HAJrRIS LOW. Aprtf ir; 17 I driven license!. personal pa I 1 Stuart News office tf previous oecupati
ERR, JK. BOX JB4 OR CALL pods, rash Reward George service. New lufh Army, pay THIS is yours for the ORDER TO APPEAMOII eNindew.nd.' wbk;N nnu, wof dins

lit &f i R"'iAU:. 'Trailer $1100 M. n Such Box}1351 Stuart U ROU(1y DRY SERVICE, LAUNDRY and the opportunities for advancement ten u pay Yes, financed 0. KHAW, 1 1P5huffl r0., xr A.re .nulant tM bn.un IfC.un ,
.. ._ __ Cnr I w IN, /
ft. Royal., In good condition and \ RVICE-Your laundry fjikt an Army throu bfllA and GI loam A W ) UIN t.2 : ; : ;F't:::' Yann, I:
)i)II BAli::. artment e;- Electric! brakes botUed gas, lOSTI! BelweenV Port i. earefuV washed, all Flat career motX attractive now makes intafnt like Rent. En. | FAlfclLEtW SHAW 1 1'wnle In ArlYw N.fhnl I

I I nimishrdf Apts all electrie- ,. Radio Awning and new tires Baptist ehurth!Rabies Dog. tag harnns Dr.' Work, oTWrls, pillow-slips, etc, than ever efore, Stop in and joy living nit* Modern homeI.N.TS : Ii rb, h Fhrldtt Del.adoN// .rod ; .("only IAe: :' ;..mr.''';II':. t.w uffkA: Cuonlr la; 1M' 'r

ally agoi e' By ewaer.Write Two rooms, sleeps 4. At Ocean and leash Ironed anW wearing apparel find outvie special grade you it does mat>| for T., K.I ". Hhanrord Caunhann;: :is Mn In Cow/r, J .
Reward Phone YN .. wIt11. drhl' ndeodu MUnto
I Bu 14/,r appointment Breese Park Jyuen. W. ttark Knowles. It dried for Vgrne Ironing, W* will rytirt under this new you The rentXtelpt Is your It h t, .M Inns on rod the tkat tth d.y you of nro Moyho ro- u. db05 or 11I,. 041, publlwUwIe ',

nob 27, April I, M. -._ April 1*. 11S-W; can give yodWwo days service War )epartment regulation dream come true 4hJ home 1547, MI >b< vo jrniltlod roses, Mfllrd uf. Mld .= M 0.M 11 ?
-- __ __ and will pick U> and ,deliver Apl-lf at the nearest U Sr you can call your D" Thee. II 1h, u boll, a,. nw1"doinl,.nlt 4 0.'w avalnat pnYtne yep torauro ,,,1'I I.e M'bed' :-7.t .1T"' +yelml tl.h..a a ;f Id I

your laundry, lathis economical y Recruiting Station, 204 Dehon & Son Deho I w, tin Blar, New .5 t.rtbrtl ,sold. er ..... mil, .M .Mresd.. "

service for tour family, nth Second St, Fort Pierce, April 10, 17 24 1. +nfen.hd ur nowitpopMin vhlrk 015, U, 101f.J !
May tM, ardor 11 bo imbllthod onto fork ::: :;; htXll O, P I ;' tr
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RATE ONLY lOcXfER LB. bride, It k Jne fn? nnunl/r./ oaks, rllltn 'nn T.newe.asIs An
LEGAL ADVERTI9EMI, T WlTNDSN Ti HUN00A0LN A. 01Mn ass'" of sr. tof Urre A. GUM..IM "
%PEO- : 7
.I kwon lI6.,. H < IbIUHTI aneaoeJ. "
(Anise ,
Reliable Ms of the Court
| I,PI AS LAUNDRY, PhT 117 NOTICE Scot Of 0 Court In SOS ('tot of REED: SAIIrNHrL4: t Y '
1 man. with ear wanted to call Oboe:. CMatr M rttn, mat. .1 FIne CIKIPM1 0
WANTE A on farmers in Martin County, NIITcv lot hraLin' rOIVrNl Ia., tht 11 daIrrk Murh 117. OOR PM Amdnn, n.n" euidlne l t
H [P Vie o.b' Minter dlme l /of k.r Intnt exlit of tko Cle Court lor Hiytln "1..1 ,I. Ylu'Ido. y
WITY\AY RENT tort P Wonderful opportunity. $15 to lb. pa to.hi in I/I,un,0.e. k>,.,t. County, Stol u IoAd., Attorooy, foe Adst: o taIeatrta, C.T.A. 'i f y,'
,, Mono 0 Coach April IITEGAL .
receipt when you can 120 In a day No experience or n0 ksn and rnt.l unhr th a POMEao .

YOUR\EW MODERS'as noML capital required. Permanent Y.nh raw. of I.,Thi 1547.NttIEK Lit. \ Owtt $0,, n March 17, April I, 1 lt, 907. [ !EC ,' :. '

your\rcelpt, TJns makes Writ today, McNESS COMPANY 19 corny FI1aTHEa LEGAL ADVER SEIIENT l
t-E NTlorsfou. Theo Dept. A, Freeport, .I !
of Stn r.Ye, law, oftnrkl.en IN THE CIRCUIT cflH.OHr.NCK AT Of HE FICTITIOUS NAME I ,
Deport & Sw Dehon Bid*. April 3. 10lllllllllllllllllllllllllllitll'lllllllllllllllll. y wild NINTH JUDICIAL CI UIT IN AND NOTICE I Id HER1OY OVEN hot tko {
IMMEDIATELY April 10 17. rXftlay L. toe C0 the Circuit Curl, In andy FOR MARTIN COON PLO DA.IN anda5ened. .. ..idvr Ibo pnvlalona of
fa. Maml, 90,1 Florida UIM n rccrlpt CHANCERY NO. 70 ..'.. It.iSI. Lava of ",.riot., Lou 44 0
.t pruf il publontlon of thla nolkr SILL TO aEMovg C;, F M of It41 will NIho .1.'.. with tha C....* ofof
DO YOU have tr\Me with your NOTICES IM fl, sal n.m., t TITLE rireult Coon. ,is .... fan M..1. :
hens not laying, Then use I ITTLa, UC.AUTY SHOP IDA rNOI.ERIER ) c...". Florid. ., was ,...'10' at pout 7
WOMEN IIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIMII'IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I 110,1 wklrk t I am uia.K. i In tool,..> 0100 .nklta.tlon of kll nollir 1 Iho II. J. .y, CI
PASTRY Hess Pan-a-mlnv,Stjuart, Feed rl ''nut. ; that Iko pnrty luler t lion. ...... towinST I I
Store.: {f SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo- r4 la veldl4 b.el0wa Ix yx foll4wnFhNA LNWARD HARDT, ot LUC IB: HAH unitir whUfc wo nr.
[ men. Men belts, Luella Downey DNI K1R, i Defsnd.NOTICE waned I. h..I.... .l II'...... Florldnl' g t ttMt
At.arl, FNrluYnnh TO AFPC wn5. 1..tod. ,In 0.d ...1.... '
TRUSSES, eiajitie itoMJngs, 1101 Orange Ave FiI 17. April a, 1, 17, 117 THE RTATE OF f LUKIDAHoanmond 0 ... udNw": ,
knee pads, anklet, etc Slfcirt I Pierce,, Phone 197-M for Mod, If on aryl 11 EARL R DIIGAN. tor d
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I vomd, or Idos, 05,1 I( ,.d, ROY K. 1I"RI1kTT.:
Drug Corp.HCRFHY pointment. f tf Rmanioad Meld 0shgr tuart. rlorldnUa i

NOTICE w.rnt.d 0.w. h a n, It It. April !. 1#. W t
& DONALDSON-? IIY PAY RENT whe ou can MARTIN COUNTY, fLORIDA .ddroaa l M Lo. Amok I.,. Aaa + "
SH t', only, Cnllfornln nil .. awa ..0.uof LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING ,I sun your own, n modern APRIL 10 1047 MM Mn mood t sdsn4 r he I
PHONE; 32-RP.IO.I a AND PAY R IT with pur.ii.nt to tbmlon II of 14515 ..f M ..rrh4i TO. F. GouddrNubhee [NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER. ie u lt

BOX C04. tf. rent moor Thls makes Inca of 1141. of Ik* II'.to,1.e... ...tdo.it ., Csmr, Ate. ,capon. FICTITIOUS NAME 050 VI 1
\, yo ,. Ikiolnn. drocrlbod. land ,In Martin Hon. lot a..a Grkno OuuNNN, Ian.1rot NOTICK! III HKKrllY I.IVKN' Shot Ik. 1' ,
C L T 5 to au. See Dehontoday. Mlehloan: nrd anal tin pnivtokmi' si
Count. r.r.la.| will .W olf.,'d. for aaloot '
WET WASH LAUNDRY SERVICE Bldg, Stuart, .. ontory for tko h akrat nnd b.t JIntt, and Mtenl 5.4 IK 0005. :::: it 111 !. .. of Morld.. An.
) -Your laundry carefully tab bid. nt irth door or tko nnn nnkoowo I hwhw onkno s Cal. sill' eerl.0.r wllh 'II, C1ah e C I
F Florida. Coutkonao' In, l. rlorldn" Wtworntka krlra, karatoao. art lo. Grantooa no .b Ctlruit Govt tO Ind f:. Munn I
\ washed clean and returned to April 11, 4, May 1. hot.. ..rI o.5.Nirk A M. ana tu a nnroo, Llonora r. ton, teo.0.o MetMr c. P. "'I.'d.' Won, e.ndel. or pn.d. 'C .
you damp for homo drying chirk. P. M. oa tko' TWtLFTH .doy. of eldsaw5 ali Inat tntoroatjpnrlko. by.thr.ueh d ,U..I IAh solhr. th. tI.- Ed
PAPKrem' MAY, 1141 Th. ..01..1.... RFKrHVCB ;. ander w ,e.lnn u..Mrn.assd 1)a. .m.. h .wlt i iOI
Ond Ironing: -We will,pick-up WRY K Yer .. rurmont for pnnd rlnhlaof III pr answa .5d 'oRT UI.NEIIAL STORI'!. wdwohieh .

and deliver, and give yon two t whe oa. Can OWN ...' no 1.11...., Ono Hu.d.... oou! Oil nonMdu/ *r .1.1ml.-Kaa,, .ow Meonsa. I. hwtmre .r 81. t I
frot on onrk aido of ,Iho ...... lln. .c ant rlyht. attic orf loroat In tbaVro*. I 5,5, : 'Idol that p.rtl tnlarratodARNOID I.. ( dfwM
day service on this economical R NEW b 5RN HOME ttato .rooda. out.Mo of nonlrlpolllloaFlflr so rtr .noribod nndor Ihonn4 sow N .0 .

BualesCaiYdy wet waxh Rate So per Ib yeutreeelpl. to makes ... .... 1I..n. FloridnADVERTISEMENT A
tor of 8. rondo liu of ni.nlalpnlltloa
Weighed when dry Minimum C-E-N T-S foe Theo.Dehon and fifty (c. ) on wet vs. .adwb > yam nro horoby Nollnnmod A..II.. \. U. 14thfollowa. fi1b I t
bundle 1* pounds. WET WAS A Son, Deli Idg. alda of tbo tootor trop atfoot." ruodafcratod fd tO.s IM nl .> Plaintiff hoI 1
yr\.ebt u. atylod onM' InI 10.obao..tplad'0. j jn
le )b. PEOPLES LA April 11, 17r 24, May oulaldo of oil.llni or lorm.rty ,
per Incorporated. nunrilpnKtlooWool t I neat..0 y.a a,d ,. .hor {

't : DRY, Phone M7_ /tf. r.s ho I.sd fro. bs, 55,5 NOTICE 0 PPLICATION FOR TAX b 7 ,
Half /4W5 of Traet I. Blork I. wn.l. 5s In Manu Cooe4y, !loon DkEDsell
t iiiniHiimimniiniinnrnniiiMiiiiiiiW It. ST LUC IK INLET FARMS .... Id., vs., H N.. ire,
ANT E Mr and Mrs. Dude a y !.>. a.D of Wo.t o1 oknlnn of Lot LM IS Block I of B.y <*taokdlrhlon NOTICE IMLlFHIvBY r I GIVEN that ;
have moved' fromhe JNewpham II and nil nf Loin II and 14 ,. II Lor5. hod, a of port AUDHkY G ra-TOX Iko hoUor ol thofoHowrnc {
/Ino. YIN ot Hanoon lirnna. Tina. .1 Lot 1 Mtfoa S, Townohlp lit norelf., hni rl..... ald rortUfioato
I WANTED Car U JpalrVEipert duplex; apartment of III.II South. RN.. 4<41 Se1-.tai: with 50,10, NI R w 41 Enat too-tk.r ft... o tnt %< t. _. 10<0_ _,... te.
SdpTliw. California Ave to the Newnhanm rk.eh. rtthht thoror .. Tho VA numbor. tl
Mechanical Stuart tfrtllloa' nofd poor ofhiauauion ,
d. It and1 111 INnI l MRND- Irs. .e to Ills pint tkoroof
SUtWT apartment on West tth W fllod Y. 1, 1111 Jn Pisa took ,, the dot>%i.ton! tho propony ,
Counterj I Service Opposite Stuart garage + PLAT OF PALM nn I In PR. 0.par. and .. U
St. Mr. and Mn Ruber Speedy Son. 17.u, 07 alaa Booon Cant, Flornoorda tko a l51an. wnt oo- 1lO 4
Ton .
News J (144. U &.'uCjot Id, p. oald pint alontejlartln aaaard no foilOartKloota l ,
mw. '. have moved from the, Franc Moe d Coualy, Ftoc.Moby N, %Too of ....._ II: :T
oU and hat hol' M: Block II N, M, ,. JUNE 5. 11
WANTEDj equipment Apartments to the duplex Vacat PORT 5044.of
Fro ;
.rI Ir Traal us -L
Von o a i' I
1 nominnndod
lard for club house Con- cd by the Godfreys.i ::J'L c-alns. of.I t.r Miho Lot Itino ar Clod 5 a In tbo oborv onllllod on oaiiatIrcok PALM CITY FARNrV Metal IITownoklir o II

tae rtln County Golf and ... a Y..a ... -.-.. n; II.&. 4tadl.Bkwk bef.se Courts of Mnrtlnrior III emu Ann 4t Enalomnponirns .. ,
I ..
/ Coate. Ndd, M Ina Ho.., NehRtu.n It -. %
C Club. tf I Mr. and ,,Urs. A, O,, Plttma Lou a I. 11 LanT7 t.ettoryCwnw. Cjoln .. IM Y.ReIIL In ..Iolt._% 41 Annlo fhi btb1

IN IIMIIUIHIIinimilMMIIMIIIIIINALE had a* their guests over the : c* 41, HKwk. It LotaII a ( ,
I,'lr.dI n4 II. II, M Otbe s. u. d5ntpm 'bf lb. Ntfe1 All d ail. pnweSC u3 .Yap t
: HELP.WANTEDiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiimiiifi Easter week end their daughter da 17u1s C tl o u1 W I a.n son Gasle et Mwll. II'.". o 1'1...loo.cartlfMlMr.
I Mrs Arthur Schwartz and child. 'nnd 41 YIMt I ,. < 1_. I M 1.k u ,wlw.d 1Y INww11,4 U._ 05054 ....Ir...'. s Okxi
INlII I I I I I I I I I I i l l I I I I l I i I I I I I 1 t
; It JMorft mto (1 nnd ID, Urar dl M poh0. 4 a enhIlr0. koH k* poonnxl Mordhwnuxite > taw th>
ANTEDl A cook, foil *r part i i en, Patty Gale and Carol. AIn.I \ Sid. II OIXI1KT jo&K n S.D>> at n m NNNa, ,. h u. _"lot. In >inhorrMtlcntoi ocAldooto or
isholni's .t Lot f f It nl Ry an eu\r Ns., a wnM #0biir Nse *UI .W mid MMddor t hObwtu
l time. Detain KItchen Krenger I Mr. and Mrs Arbogast In II. pot II. pIt '00 10<11... Menu DpatP1'IyN' nl tko own ...... oo<* on Mn '
/, BJdg, Old DUitj Highway, H Ashbjr TS II a AND 04DNIlID Ntwr 0' Seri Mono r In month of Ma>. ..11. I ,
yri and daughter!, Janice and Judy BOARD OF gMif'COY .INEI8, f Ink IIdW .t Y.rc Y 1117.f11YMROT. stilt In tko rtttk day of May, 7x11. ,NrI I
YASTIN FW Dntod; thlo I7tk day of Mnrokk IMf,
HELP.WANTED] Colored maid, left Friday noon fof Bradento h
IInoN awl aw0, Csa d ? (creak Court ,Bonl! ) ; '. r ,
: experienced In hotel work, I where they vlaltfd Mrs Arbo- an 1, R reflAn o.'t C Ise Platd.a0.fat J. R. rOMEROYCtrrk .

part time Writ Box 1315, Stuart. gaats brouirtnd 'family, until Clnrn of By ann I I IMIROTHV Rourt 'o:.uM00.lC: : |flit b> H MARSHAI.L, of Clmrt Court ot Manln.ou" ,

,: U 18un .,. f' Apr II. It, 1141 MI lose nor f5ttlll' R..o7s.f art DOROTHY HR let. K 0.

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I Gov. Caldwell Calls for Revision of State's Constitutor

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I r Much beach frontage ha LegislatorsGet Legislature Convenes; Crary MORE FROM RACE TRACKS ELECTED FOR COUIM,

\ Approves Everglades Park; I been destroyed and water ha ,

I been contaminated by sewage Tallahassee, AprU 10 ((FNS) ThJrt)'-lYe teachers. ta

I I and Industrial waste The prob- Same Pay ,' Rowell Represent CountyWhen _Florida a 87 counties this week tin County were elected k
i Aid h. I
Dodges Municipalities l lent is acute and worthy ot your were given an additional $25,000 County School Board u
earnest attention'1PRISONS Ii
\ .. ... each from race track tax rtceipta meeting at the court hOIllt'%
in 1885By 1947 DUtrktlllN' Rot C..II. ICI..Im eOlitrict
: "Florida prison lAs the State Legislature total allocation day jilght All were for
.. the DIIIn
I bringing\
8hld.r. ,
TALIA"AIm:; -- <.11' A Milltinl t a. m I Dl.trlct XI !.... a B..ck.l>. WMt for the year to $75000, I
1he J947 Legislature for imtnitHliutt leunion of the State'sConstitution
( There Is the
I no provision for In Tallahassee 95 Representatives ratio. BwhDlitriel I In District t three uhltetl
day ,
FULLER WARREN I ,., .. Clarence M. Oay,
reparation of first offender from III WIIIUM i. R r; 8 Comptroller era were elected for jT

In his openIng) rntsKiut; *llUiJatie) ntlf\ td |'pi Won the hardened criminals. and There have been 30 regular and 38 Senators began ,..... so.rolif.viouRt who announced the new distribution !Beach: In.District 2. thret, 5

I -- "\to meet requirement Of Mlle.II .- Mr\ Illd
lon. taxation, (lie )Jiidklary 1! /and dq)x'U\l'nt\ HillclnhtMPROVEWlEJtt I fonvlcts The prison personnelIs since the present Constitution the the most constructive sessionsIn ...11.HOUS. the amount paid the countlea elected for Salerno, 23 for J.
Insufficient In number, ,Insufficiently organizations historyMartin OF REPRESENTATIVES
oilier phase of gavtrntmnt, / oi Uw mate trained and poorly paid. was adopted In 1885 The County Is representedIn ALACMUAl' In I. Cellist> It and: $8777084 has been turned Into tin County High and Element

t Obviously referring! to"thr re. jicnul SYKtfii} I "The board of commissioners 31st session opened at high noon the House by Marvin Henry J-nkln.DAY; Grady: HAKKK W C<>"H....."rttuld ...4uh. the State Welfare' Fund from Schools Training and School five for at

1 rent Confusion! 1 In GroiRla heI AN ESTIMATED $1700niMQ, I lot state Institutional. has acquired Tuesday when 93 representatives Rowell. 41. who has been a Stuart J X St..k'ij BRADFORD, NiominKVARD .. race tax receipts during the .
iitidillonul 1A improvements! twith a desirable site and with end 38 Senators began a 60-day resident for nine In the _. W.I."oh'. ".. R. : O Itil each
county received
yeara Last
Mild: It should bE' made to flro Burton .nd Key F B.,"k,,, HKOWARB: year. year Plan an ash tray In
no time! Jiivnt Net I nt stalx inittlttuton J I file approval of the legislature session of lawmaking. Senate this county Is Includedin William M. Wait" ...1 Prink StlrHnu $98.000 from the tracks. yon I
vide Clearly, for tlUlntj! the Office *. buWt the sjsoooooo will establish a new Institutionfor The general laws passed will the 12th District and the CALHOUN C; .. Cl..klCHARIXlTTKl 1 and save a tree In the for.*

I f11( governor in the event at R Worth> milhiriwd by tin cublnei white girls, one for negro affect all of Florida 2250061 district Senator la Evans Crary, I HO. VnunuutCLAYl' .U. WotlUkyi BliWr CITRUS...lth : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT -LEGAL ADVZRTISEMi"---

vacancy' and the payment {It f since the 1949 wtwl) n. I girls one for white women and citizens Special or local laws are 41, Of Stuart who has lived here rOLLIIR; H."..". S. Sets, COLUXRIA. .

lair compensation) to members of The governor tuld lulslaturx CM for negro women" limited to counties, cities or Individuals for 20 yeara O.Ikscl. James Jr.. Y.R Wil..4 8. 6.01.1 DADICI Rod Richard WiRimenC I IN THk CIRCUIT COURT IN' AND FOR ]MARTIN. COUNTY FLORIDA"T J JMAKT

: I that hUte (fund during he next I II HIGHWAY PATROL: The but many citizens of The other legislators now at tAntaff, DESOTAI finite M. I.- IN CH NC E Net

the Lellslature (two years before they :nuet again highway patrol Is constantly Florida will be affected therebY. work In the State capitol Include .h'1" I and DUVAL Fwteh.r" Pearl M.O.....Cres,4... Charles ,i COUNTY; pdUc| .l luMlvtokM. .. at Use. SUM at IF....'01.. (j'

i He sidestepped State tax aid I .. lll exited the leiuial budgett I called upon to guard against This beingtrue, It seems that : urrMX IK, Royal C. OUD., II' CAMHIA.I ,101'11I.1't' '

j to Florida mwnlclpatltle' und MUOKMKMI hi an estimated violence to capture fugitivesund t brief review of legislative pro SENATE I Berry H ll. Jr., .nd R; M: rHANKI.INl 114c"ItI.: RTAI L4NDd IN MARTIN/ COUNTY: 'LOllI"' lemalamo( .hid ,...1'
1 HerWrt T Untie .
vitally needed water imiwivd $32,400.10.(i I escaped criminals and to cedure and methods would be IH.Wkl. It NCWIM HnKkon CWUDlitrkt I rh..',.. H. H. .Fiord, CAI HUhN .tw delta .t. .bo'md.....I.
: lion' but \ .. .
Urged ..
tnet emergencies, although In of Interest. so.' ", m. H. Costs and U. M J h NOTICE
APPROPRIATION of $2:VIOOUK1I < ) )/ Me alvf: ipcnmmeildedTRAHK 8ArETY; havi I I t those activities the law withholds The House of Repreesntatlves ; I I Ihllllp D. Unll r.... laU'HRsT. Joseph Cwl H O.PMnlra. UrummnndCLAUtJl UULr NOTICE' I ATA:; rFRAONS WHO OW.K. LIIiQUENT TAXES TO hatolly oil'
: We coin TH Is r FLORIDA
I which will) guarantee' tmmpcilau made I' tiom the patrolmen the protection baa (5 members from the 67 > District 11 fdoin' IL Hlddlt l>.rlln,. ('r.,,. C. T....-" HAMILTON: _,ph To AINA I FIRM14 CORPORATIONS. harlot i"t.riut 1.up& 1.
h.R .m"I
Improvements but t
I establishment ot Evetgludo*; ttb !some counties, apportioned aa follows I".. W. MrAIP1o3. HAIW.II:, 'h..l.. H.. any v the land. .- to thin I Notice Whil 1 IN the Committal': I ,
tional parkCREATION I there In muss\ for concon I in the I which! Is thrown; around : 1.1,1.1, I. T 't.. Alfnrrf, Grand RldMlllitrlrt T.Vloe. h. HENDRY 11110011 I. s... the ."'IV' ,-. .It..... I. Nellie comity, Florida. towiltt I .
numbers' still brtn killed and police officers generally It Three Representatives eachto II Tho.... 0. Hrniu*. S..nulrlkUlHt art: NXRNANDOi; O.: Xont Williams. YOU A Q'"RIIb' : ... .,,prar and ease, MUM before Mid court M -
of jtall' tax anthorltjr I must be Dade, Duval HlllsboroughPinellaa ,let! *: AI..d.. L W JMHQ > HIGHLANDS I..... W. ill-". HILL- I". tHe Ilk of may. 1f4t whlck day !10 limit .lose 'hon flfUM, . "to provide effectivemeans i mallllO'd i l m I traffic accidents I given protection conslilteni ..Iner. HORUUOH N-ll C. McMulIrn. K. P.Maros thirty d... JO the d... .1 r the ,.1011...... o( till. Mtlra, why the. I. "
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: Steps fhmt\ tie taken to make with the risks Involved." and Polk Counties; two Dinlriot 7: Harry. X KIM. WIHUrlll.lHcl ..01 I"h. A. Ih..h I HOI.MRS. 'title to amid' 1 ltd. should, Not W ky Mid Court it--md t* bitled In uu IVfm ",
of insuring fan and equitable bUr TRAILER LICENSES "I Representatives to each of the Her... I....,h. J,. Willi....: INDIAN 'RIVtK >.. tkm\l, all ,lira. ind rlol... of story kind much In .,..>!% Ii".
tax assessment!." itrt-ets and highways xafei' I : sug- 18 A: Thomas. L. CotllM. T.MDUtrlri .. At...ndrr M.eW'lll.m: JACKSON : 1. aid County I Ihl'by I.......r q.I..ed, nnd ..nlnn.d >.dead it mt satiate. ?.
gest that. from the standpoint next most populous counties. be.- Iroy Prarork Rod Merrill C clock. ., .II claim. .. I purl of each and .v ry .n. of ,_ and ru nr.. ".mH Uu,
j' Establishment! of a central FORESTThe question of I of advertising and good will It and one to each of the remaining ': I: W B Ill Crr".l RlvrDlitrlrt JEfPFHSON. Richard H. S'.u.' I,AKAVETlKl .4 after th. .1,....Id rnurn data a miserly will ... .ou.bl.. .
Mat purchasing offlctCONSIDERATION whether v.'t' should continue to''xPI'nd 10, W Turner 0..,.. M>dl.M. W'Illin r, H will: LAKS; IT IS OBI tO that this noim tw ukll.brd time I In Th. $Stun vi .
I may be well to reduce the cost counties of the State nl.. Tim H tlolknr. onto H. !. Hrtho.Pirn '" : ... .
D'd.t Ill Nearly S. B 'n> 8t ....p..1. %..-nII l circulation' I published 4n M.rtl.' C. Florldi
of a. BUte < state funds 'itor fire pro of house trailer licenses." The Senate Is composed of 38 r.'......". .... : 8<1... H.."h on. Cot',.ood... .ItR.hnt. i WITNESS fk.nd' .04111is l ."Ithis Itlk day at April A D '1141.
Itctlol1'1 Dl.ltlrt 0 M ..mlDUtrlrt .' :ON: WII.on .d
rent control law "to be effective m privatl'Jy.uwned members, from I Ill C Coleman i" 1. R. POUloi
one each of the ,
H. M dy 'l'', LEVY f MeK.nife
U. Itmn W. Linell.r. 'I'll A' Clark of the Comeau, Court
only In emergencies! and'wt.u lands should lx xamlned SuchIJfa'ClIcl' I HRKIS APPOINTED 38 Senatorial districts CII,. I.IBrHTT Levels H. B"ktump ::
I I1b federal control exhtxSTRENOTHENINC ean hardly be justified These members OI."" I Ili: Ch., .. I: J.hn>. Stark#. MAI"IIONl Balance. i C. H..."; MAN. (Circuit Clurt SclPut.
Clewlston AprU 10 (FNSiJtsldh receive a salary District II'' Alnindor (,, MrArtburDl.lrlrt ATI.Ki. J "... r.n... .ad Wall._ 14Nnrti.
JlFlmldtKI / \> unless state funds, are supplemented Ferris Jr.. of $6 a day for each day od .media.,_ .. .'.. MARION, C, Perris, R....' Rod .. April It, 10
vice-president !
I ibllc "schixl" system with lute by PI'twl''d, 01 a, tax IIf the session a total of W.1rilt. 171 0;. u.Wor'" ........ UveOak CI...... 2.41, MONK.K, .H.r"... Yen,
the $360.
S They
Sugar Corporation NASSAU I nmird A M.-
financial aid tied\ lll'Obubly i 1 j'1''' xhution C. Punr i. :. Dle"IPTION aec. U. II I.. NAME
dcfinlulv t tii a ,pi! !) tax. .9
also receive 10 cents mile KdOXALOOSA: Herbert C Here.
was appointed yesterday by Clinton a for 111: John E. Mntki-w Jack : PROPERTY A shLbsI'll
plan of effluent[ (1)1'"ill"d.I U. be Kvliri asali M! ',he llmbiruiarkctMl of ....'11.. kill! N,! I
.. P Anderson, Secretary of expense travel "to and from .... IIKEFCHOHFF William J. H-dy. 777-:417:
looking adminMiu i i\\ I I D trilt 191: Walter W. R O Undo.it & 4. S. J. 14,
> fill did their home to the seat ,, .. ORANGE, Nxdhim TPOIK e.h1. Jr. end 11
Agriculture( as a member of the of Government Irl 20: Wall.9 Hlunil. O > 711-42 "d 16, 111-1; 24,
equitable cuiiuv contributions I 1 I COMMERCIAL SEA PRODUCTS I lesearch and marketing advisory by the nearest and most District. Ill, Key
APPOINTMENT of a chancelor I We should do more In ,committee on sugar. This Is the practicable route 0.,101. tl: Scott P Cl.rk., Monti" Elliot' and Russell O. Morrowt: PARro, .. -8.1,6,11.1as*.it Vast to.1
< to head a ordimuid d state' the of oil... 0-." C. ".,Ion PIN.a.LA": Achl.Cifierato. ,
way regulating the Florida ,.
taking first legislators haven hada hot of L-11 OIL
university svstemDOUBLING and ut i In the history of the I\ .trrt 2! H.r.> P. John,.ui.. T.-..,. Ch..I. 1. A."h "lid J.... M.1or Is....aOmni.
use of commercial foodsand Florida raise In 62 ,.. .., k.
sugar Industry that aU'pi years District 14: Jum A Fro.klln. FortM A. 11"1.' I'rrn Mur.r.List@ IS 4t Got
: of state appropriations pr >d II irtu so I to insuic The House ...... W. Smith and Raymond r. Smllh'
: : /Re.1: con / CM'illative has been named or the Senate, with ..... Thomas a. 0..01., ST
for public health and< I -ervatioll il i I ih 'upph;:I 1 MI a salu nul advisory commit the concurrence of two-thirds City District. 1C: C."I H Gr > P. JOHNS PUTNAM, !::h.l.. E Shcppmd. and rrod.orlk 114 1.1.42 ks.t 6 Fast of

matching In full federal mud. EROSION AND lOUUIIION 1 ite. of all its members present District. If: Charles, H Pra'.-' t'.l.lk. C. U...., ST. I.uell: 1>..... H It Tract 7 PALM A. F.I.
may .."lot 27 : Jf .rink, W...h.].. I P...d... aA"TA W.od-mv ,
\ expel a member. No member has D!,.' let til: W.ll,,r 0 W lkor. !).,. II. M..I.' NARA sitflNlAt. 0.,-old. ... REVISE I. W..t [ PLAT'' Of 84 to 0 St. lair

teen expelled since 1918, when I t..m.lr'k'. "01U.. -A L R. .P..k... ...SEMINOLE; ..:. LOTS 11 11, 93, 23.
.. Mwl I) rr'',r. M.ccknny M. '" B. Smith J. U. 1101. .1.1PETTWA
first began to keep an eye on ilUNIT"i! Cullen U Mr,.wr.. S\WAN-\ 24. 21. 1 Rd 20
the Legislature, HI.....'. III, Tminn. W. Lmlrd fort NEE, Harold U lllmore' TAYLOR: .Alt K anis
...,,01....... G.. 1, Drkk. : UNION, OK,,_. r.Asilliew. PB a. 30, 48
No person holding a salaried II itrlct, 91. Walter B. K....r. atAus..o.et. .; VOLU8IA Th".... TCold: 254 114-41111 1XII I.-Imi .
office or appointment under the J ond Wnltw Hiwkln.' : WAK.I! LLA: ; '
.. .. ... -1-11 Lent 6. State',
District $11: William A IIh..d asi" Wnirkt Alr ndrr' WAITON Th. f"f"I'
n'a; ; or this State shall via. I II k. Smelly l ; WASHINGTON: Joel l Pott. i
be I seat In the Legis I II .1-44 I'm 14, a]. a, ,
t 'Long Distance lature of this State I I VISION at p. of DOMA .three. .,
/ A majority of each branch I 14 w it. of sit 4 In on holluryP
(Senate and House) of the I I SOCIAL NEWS of Stuart11111I11111I11111111I11I1111111111111111111111111 I a Pass 11 8 a-kj ;

I'' lature shall constitute a 7t I.-U' I'd. I 04. 4
1,!Inch 1 6. N
may adjourn from day Legll-i I di.Wom' fl ..
formergency and compel the presence I Senator and Mrs Evans Crary Mrs Frank Holland and son. ..., L49.1 Westkaoue

_, left for their home In '1' G -
j sent members In such who went to Tallahassee last Friday W.4 r 110.101. timsit
and Wllmette, 111. after spending a .it. .. I. PS t, fi. 42. 11. MII""
under such .. ....
to .
week end monthsat
penalties two
aa It spend 164.
week here as the guests. of Mr. t.. I' B c<>.. 1 6 .42 "w0esfP '
may prescribe. .
the State Legislature may be
and Mrs. Dehon. GOLDEN!!: CAt, Ittu
The doors Arthur j
of each
I branch shall addressed at the Cherokee Hotel holes a I.b.

Calls be kept open during Its aesslos where they are staying follow- Mist Virginia Burgess of Tallahassee =. .1 park .1.11Lot ,..I

oWe except the Senate while sitting ing a few days at the home of came home by plane to a Miles as-lot H.-, fB .

j jr jt In executive session Senator Crary parents who live spend Easter'with her parents ,.mrclose.
Any bill may originate In either In Tallahassee, H .I.U ':<.tli'k.; -A. a
Mr. and Mra Ed Burgess of East
Stork '111 '
t branch of the Legislature, and 6th St. II 1.1.41 1,01, it, Ill III. i''i'::: .,,':'
after being passed in one branch .. II. .....
Mrs. William Chisholm and
may be amended in the other. Mr. and Mrs.'Ted Chambershad GOLDEN GATL I
daughter. Betty, returned Satur-
Each bill enacted by the Legislature as their guests Easter Sun- .1 a.
shall embrace but one day from an extensive trip to day, her parents. Mr and Mrs. He.Grmnt Lot a. Mile.
r Detroit Chicago and East St. N.
subject and matter properly con- L. L Halbach. and Mr. and Mrs. PH of, Page 1,
nected therewith, which subject Louis Ill They attended the James Lovelace of Vero Beach. P a cc, Is 49
'i shall be national restaurant convention tell $444 T-m. A..",.,
I briefly expressed in the la and visited Mrs ChJs.hoJm' Slack 1 4 !. '
Chicago -
The Methodist Missionary Cir- 7r 'J'JIII
title; and no law shall be amended III 6-1-44 Late a$ d : 0
daughter, Mrs. Helfrlch cle met April 2 at the home of it 4
or revised by reference to the and husband in Illinois Mrs. A. C. Courson in Eldorado 1.1.11 al .0;4 4 Man ::-1"ill..;.
title only: but In such case the Block 162, .
\ \.ll act -0 Heights with Mrs Charles Fischer : ..u 1.1.41 Lrt 4. :: :'ri''i
!regret) ( t tllt.l< IS) .t l ( IjfiillOIK Slllkf. The as revised or section, as In charge of the Block 106. .........
I mended shall be re-enacted The Matrons Class of the program.
and published at length Methodist Sunday School was ---*-- -- -- lit 1-I.fI ,I.t. I 1' I I.. .
nianaiumuitV) ) llusioui] )/Ilytri.4111ardtoavoid( entertained at a covered dish PARK AlII MON Net. :
I 11111 loll In In 11 Ill""" ", luncheon Tuesday at the homeof I. a Suh ...... of "I'
MARTIN COUNTY r 1,0.m..' Lot I
Miss! Cella Atwood. Members ,, ,
I "" 'h.f t.it.my so Joirma 1
it, and\\ ( lioic\| \\ill' ] 1/( Ill IK(' b
Visiting Hotels costumes and the fashions ot HYLAN TERRACE:

I I .. S .. ... the 90's and garbs of foreign PROVE TIES a Sale-
at ao I. I.. M ,. .. ...1.1. .1 3thk
countries, along with comic ..., (S./o. I .1,
"iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiMiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimBirths I [ makeups added merriment to/ WWI\ Nestle

::1:1I Mi am\ hilt (ple.tse( ( .(, I Ion"I ( I ista I I scivicconly the regular April business and "if .1 7 1 NE.4.1\swSW' ::

I March 27-A son Oustaf Jr., program meeting. '"W .1 SE', .. ...
; to Mr. and Pool 1. h. .14. r 6
Ii .-, in Case ol elv. gelit ts. This applies)] ) only to Jensen Beach Mrs Gustaf Bock f 1 81 I' II1m

Boyne McPherson. Florida 1m "::4:344: 1 ..::1:k. "at, It ,
April I-A Can
I II Jaque- East Coast Railway agent In 7. is
14 fat..
'j LONG( line Marie, to Mr, and Mrs. Ver- :."I., ;:
DWI') ( 'Ectl We are doing otir best ron Langford palm Stuart entered the railroad hospital 7.1-41 41 and to. Jr A.dr

City. In St. Augustine last week set 7.4-34 : IN ... u, Jose
', April 3-A son, Kenneth A.. to for an operation. He expects to 214 It IT" o I-itIs Retool

( to handle a/cnui)" I le'v' (" Is and vvt g\\ tally ajation ]*- Mr. and Mrs John Stanley Palm leturn home this week. .m 0.2-31 7 1-482 t.::. I i.d .. .01, Mrs..Pat 0.

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CityApril Ine.
0 h'k
9 A daughter VickI 1m 7.1-40 ll.
Stuart people who attendedthe 0.2.87 at. I saw I.m a., C a
I pieciaktiymtr) 01,11' kild Lynn, to Mr. and Mrs George t lot ulit it. .
I II V001 during thisUTHERN Knox of Haines City. iWrs. Knox Florida Bankers Association: 7.1-4 LNie .'d II.I. .

Is a sister of Mrs. Bert Kruegerof meeting in Boca. Raton last weekend : 74.7-1.4 Let blll'0,

I Stuart Included Mr and Mrs. D, 8 )limit James S.N..

Patients admitted: Mrs. H. W. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. John M. 4-1 4 is I .Ii. II ,.... U.'" smillsWeek
Law Jr. and Miss Ruth Steven. a.
r Bessey Stuart Dolfos
Clewlston ; Cook son who went for the opening John W Keller of Martin m 7 a, Tiaell, $40 fret 'its
; E4mer ,
; Padgett Indlantown I 1-1 West of 6t. 70 f'
dinner dance and remained Electric Stuart, is caught by Ril ItiItIVKk-
through Friday sessions and the camera while he was In virw, RUNDIVINRIN: : I
Admitted and discharged: : Mrs ..I, !Psirt 01 6......
.1' ma. Merle Lester, Salerno; W. B Til- the closing banquet that night :, Jacksonville/ recently seeing .... Lot I !dovumft "
t and H. B. Kraft. Chamber of the new electric appliances being 7 And ('a.-.
f fIi ton, Jensen Beach; William :H L., s V-ti.. :'i:
Thompson Salerno Mrs Bar Commerce manager, who attended manufactured by the Gen. PH' A, P.go 1.
the Friday sessions eral Electric Company Printing, I W'_: :;; 1.ar .
bara Swallows, Eau Qallle; Mrs ...., I II It Unkso9MIRR

Shirley Cook, Stuart. .


A quiz on features of this

I 't} State comprised the program NEW Uprights 'resty and refinisheill'
for Stuart Rotarians at their SP1jV tTTES enter 04 complatils"

weekly luncheon meeting yes ly reb

terday at Chlsholms Erwin FJohnwlck 12 ANOS VVill"Jilaer
; was in charge The e

I "h club had seven guests. STUDIO PIANOS

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winter Small apartment';is* .

Thproughljr! recondition
sorne, for .

GREASE JOB ? Nothing adds Beauty Deli, late FINE GRAND PIANOS I, '

.' Rebuilt reatrunf, .fllliahed. J .
to home.



SERYICE! LUDES BUMPER TO BUMPER, CHE K.UP. Fine instruments' ., eondj-:

Life Hollowed I... conoralcally priced


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of Mate ueorge O. Marshall (left) and Athenian I ,,nt, of Mini and I M,... .W'I 'f', < ..,,, .11
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c c4' the National l federation uf Telephone Workers Uhhoards,! In the lint distance telephone rxI I

nion, manhes on a picket line, In front of the change! at Newark, N. J.. ilnndaT mourning telephone, company building; \Vashinjton operator in this office had joined UO.QO lelr \ '"
shortly after the brinnin{ -bt the nationwide phone woikeri across: the nation, in walking off '
strike of telephone workers Monday In lower the Job. 1 I Ij

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wogvK tune since Ill>. The eruption began Saturday cud" 'nig {raging land, polluting drinking "/i i',., I j 'j I
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CithollTerders In', Jerusalem lead a have begun his journey Into Jerusalem five day. -' sponge \ Medical" Tne U. S.-natal carrier I.eyU passes the tip of 'ranean.-She will nerve a"-n.hip"Ior for en'I'1 ; t $ '
ep 1 ,from.the bomlnlcaa Convent of Pats before be wu betrayed: and crucified This chr.eo'gb. .- from the llth floor ef the New1'York Hospital' -Cornell, JI \, l
J e "traditional site. ef Betnphage \moray began the Holy Week service which ended I Center". Some of the eggs dropped bounced 35 feet Into the air. land at, !Newport\ R. I* and heads' for the open American fleet that will crdise ,la Mediterranean ,
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rAGE EIGHT fIlE STURT .?PEWS. STOART.. .!lanJa Count1..l1od4.! TBtml5JU..u'IUL) 10. lilt .
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: l t! 4e tu I In the storm Jesus said 'Peace, be still," and the wind __ There are momenta'wheff. the> world's confU8loI

and the waves were calmed. rt away like a dream and all that endures,is the gimp],
) Published every Thursday at Today in the great storm of suspense In which the of lite- When hope has been sealed, in the darken t
I ::1'! .Stuart Martin Count. Florida ship of the world i U tos i'*! by Stuart,,, Dully News, Inc. a explosion of A thought from the mind of a living man, Albert ten In the heart's sudden awareness.
f ; s Florida corporation. kinstein-the only way to still the wind and Calm the Scrawled on the tock above the bodies of th
>! Entered as second-class mall waves l is to listen to such words as Peace, be still" miners who died hurt week In the Centralla mine dl
>" y ,( matter at the pout office at Despite its beginning!, tins is not intended as a "religi were the words:
I Stuart Florida, under the Acts ous editorial," but rather as a practical analysis of today's Look In everybody' pochete. Wd all has
: t' l i of March 8. 187D>> world jitters With newspapers carrying such scareheadsai notes Give them to. our wives
\ last week's "You Have Only Five Years to Live"
1 prediction
-; t I'' A FREE PRESS '14! YEARS OF SERVICE by Senator Earl of Pennsylvania, this week' Collier's What do these notes speak of?: Not a word of r

77rrAAA and ... carrying/{ a fictionalized account of the end ot civilizationby (Ination against those whom the Men-held respond
ffc. Riled Deny H eoer
........ the unsafe condition of the mine; or those who had
J et the steam' t. rays "" October, 19-17/ and every day's papers filled with talk
"', I i FREE PEOPLE e-.r 6.014-b" 1e Jtt".rt, A.". n, of wonder that is able 3 t to act tin the miners' year-old appeal that safety
j" A la,. 0.4 .n. II".... 11I_.... wI' atomic war, it' a anybody to sleep
I ', ....i. .. ... _,,_ .... nip hut. F bone be enforced No hint ot the tenav bitter afro
9 2, toll, Th. (
R '.III.... ,....4'4 _._. Klwn'. ....Dodo. Me" eo.h jiUwtHomb Nothing f'xaclllih it has been known. before. Einstein 6 the mine workers to win. the right of protection" fr''
Ip Nit".w.e'' ,, ........, ,hMMa the' 'A equation hart unlocked secret of the universe prob- preventable evil of explosive "firedamp.
/ Ybnds D.riot"r.MpwIN '
.. '. ably not understood in its implications by more than 60 'or But Instead, the simple recognition that life !fc
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that .
< A. IIIrNN'IOOr.l: 0..a. 11I.._. 100 men in the world.. We have already.seen what this and ( love has meaning
yaNher:< P. LYONS ...4......... 11I...._. great power: can do In its' initial use for destruction man- Two of them, asked their wives!' for "forlrvl'np! .
+ SUBSCRIPTION RATES kind, In general, it can be! said is today gripped by the the fumbling mistakes. of the past resolved! In the m

"" M.ll, ,... . ,.. fear that this will follow the terrible course on ,lot humility
all OM r tl II Tm Vmn ... .., ..".'",._... II(tntt weapon I
i'' .......... which it started One wrote simply "Dear Wlfei God bll'H8",, .
'. 1\ stmiU known m fWllMtfoit Th. ..on'lIIt ....... the. right "
I* r.1,+'l Mir -kj.>tlofibl":. *4vori4 .ffi jnl The wholesale destruction oFTiumanity in the- mass your baby.
It Th." A.eeelaed inn !. .rhwivWr *niHh, U h*> M for WMfcllrwioci,, of nil i.... which has so far: been! the use of atomic power and which Another: "It looks like the .nd, for me Mo\ I,

MEMBER OF THIt: ASSOCIATED PRESS by implication, will be its continued! use .....+. unless strong !t I honey, more than life' itself '\ You. are the sweet
+--- '---- voices rise_ is directly opposite to the American credo of I in the world.."
1 OPEN LETTER TO U. S. ENGINEER DFPT. 1 the dignity and worth of the individual.\ Perhaps the Another"Mydear Wife: Good.b,"., Name bnbJi.,
j greatest tragedy of our new day this postwar era is 'so you will have a Joe. Love all, Dad.
7 Division Engineer, not that we have won a Victory without making a peace; its: ,And one to two boys: "Be good bo/s. 1'Iealler
I I miter States Engineer Pept, roots fro deeper It is that we went Into the war opposingthe father, O Lord'belp me." .

I'' 4m k' oiivill ,'Florida, idea of mass destruction, champions: of the liberties and -. ------- In none of them was the unpretentious legacy + 1 lour>< Sir: I rights of the individual, but came out of It tinged ourselves more evident than in the note that said, '
The lower St. Lucie River in fast approaching a most with the soulIesMiem of the very evil which we fought In Roy C. Beekmaa, State director .t advertising, presents U GoY I Dear Sweetheart ind Sons; It's now 6 a'doikis !
r deplorable condition because of (the discharge of flood the eyes of the work! our 'nation has fallen victim.,to' the ernor Mlllard Caldwell the only national l advertising award met feeling pretty low,but Honey, if
i ,, v. tin:* frown Lake Okeechobee through t>t. Lucie Canal. I credo that any means justifies the end. wn by a Southern State. together with copies or the two FlorIda don make it, sell the house and go live with you
This condition U causing a financial lo! s to the citizens' We are prey to the great illusion that the personal! adnrUiemtnto that won It. The framed records ot achievement I folks,.
t j f.C Martin County who depend for their Iivt'lihood on com- I Ia ties of men and nations are susceptible to injury have our will hang In the State Your Mom and Dad will take' care of y fro an

nun ml tailing and sport fishing in the St. Luiie estuary. hands figuratively on the "trigger finger" waiting for an -- --- -- -- ........ the boys
Muddy fresh water, with considerable marl and !lilt affront to our importance, our desire for power or the Please pray for me and join the church fo
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fear that else is to do it to first.
,I 1> mixed up it It; accumulated because of rapid discharge at somebody going us me
the lock, Is making "mud coup" of our beautiful river all : No one appears-to have any practical remedy for this COME ON LETS LAUGH Tell Dad to quit- the. mine_and take care (
Ilif, 1 1i state of the mind of mankind. There to Mom not like this.
; way to St. Lucie Inlet, with the following harmful of-I paranoiac appears ,
I 1'.1't; 1 (a) that it drives to !Kea or prevents from entering the i be but one power capable of bringing us back, to our senses! D : oC-ewe o : .oOo-: -:=20 Well, Baby, and my loving boys,'good,by

inlet the school of bluefish and other suit water species, and that is the> force of spiritual understanding An acquaintance of mine, who runs a filling station as I 'am feeling weak.
in'h an Ilea trout, pompano etc. which are the basis of a The still, small voice of our individual national and told me one the other day that poses a problem in rela ; Lots ef love.
huge commercial fishing industry, (and b) that it ban the I international consciences must be awakened to again properly tivity Faced by an acute manpower shortage he recently I In the world's dark hour* another Easter win n
effect of discouraging the valuable ('(economic trend of new I evaluate and give his due to the individual. took on a hillbilly from the South as a helper The chap I I calls the tragedy that unfolded on Calvary when !11
persons who plan to build homes along our waterfront be- The nation was conceived on the worth of the individual walln't a bad worker but he kept pestering the boss for i about the sixth hour. and there was a darkness or h
i mse of the usually excellent sport fishmjr A number oft Our founders lived up to their times! Now advances on his weekly ,r,..y. Seeking to instill habits of the earth." But humanity crucified on every Hide tst
ID' lances have been reported to the newspaper of persons seems a !grand time to heed the voice which said "Love. ye thrift, the filling station man urged his pew employe to ishness needs only to look deeper to find once mwh-I
who have postponed such plans" because of the uncertainty one another," and "Peace, be still. :nake an .effort to save a little out of each dollar the humblest act in a word, a gesture; a. miner aN war
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(hat there will be good finning note the promise! of resurrection the renewal of Vol.
t TAKE CATTLE OFF HIGHWAYS "But, boss protested Slim "It cost: so much for grocer- .
The continued discharge from Lake Okeechobee
lea up here. I can't lay up nothmV iiiiiiiiiiiinniiiNiiiiimnMiniiiniiiiinmnnHrttiiiMnniiiiiHt* ,
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i 'v through St. Lucie Lock also has the effect of silting-up the Executive Vice President Harold Colee Of the Florida "Don't tell me," replied hill employer, "that and
a'l r bottom, \>f the St. Lucie River wish a layer of stretches''II'State Chamber of Commerce today !issued the following; your" wife eat up everything you earn" you Letters To The E&or
I, .longed this"results in making unnavigable large statement respecting Florida's highway cattle situation: Tit ain't us so much" explained Slirrt Hit's that rela.tive ,
+ a of river which were formerly available to small craft, Even I Florida free-running cattle l by now should be face. what's such a powerful eater Man alive what an uuanununnnuausmnnmlmmmlllxmtl/lnlnnnmsnnuuuulssl' / ( '
II hen not prolonged, it gives the river a mud bottom easily ,
toface with the 'last round up'I I would like to suggest appetite he's gotl""Relative .
k 'i 1 Hind up by light winds creating roily conditions. !art much to the people of this Slate. It is my convictionthat ?" questioned the boss: "Who is he?" Editor: Stuart' Mews. v
,. ; 'I The community realizes:: that pressure is continually highway-roaming cattle is of great hindrance to Flor "He's my brother-in-law, or half.brother 'or I have read and Inquired Into the various Will to be prat
being brought the aomethin"1 to the Legislature by ReprMentatl. Rowel and I believe t
upon Engineer Dept by the agricultural ida's 'merchandizing' efforts. I don't exactly know just what relation
interests of the Everglade for a lower lake level and for I "We depend upon our customers for our livelihood Anyhow he's .wife' first husband," ybu'd the best Interests of all the people of Martin county: at heartuht
quick alleviation of any sudden rise in the lake throughthe and you simply don't argue with people who pay the bills. my s : of jug; a selfish few
!!canals but we are further aware that It has been and :Out tourist business" is our biggest business and will become w- Quote The five-man commission would surely! five,Martin Sow
most' probably still i II Is the policy of the department to maint \ 25 per cent bigger and spread out more, I am con. POWER OF THE PRESS a better representation and Martin County 1s the first! plarlhn
j lam the lake at a level consistent with long-scale regulation ::1 vinced if our stockmen can be persuaded to fence their ever lived where the,mayor was not elective At present tiu J lu'
keeping in mind the possibility of drought conditions animals By doing R<\ they stand to rain two advantages. "Notice/ in a local newspaper": a poor figure head.
and the value of a moderately high lake. level in ,maln..1 i,They,will be,imnroviait their beards, and they will\ be helping "Tuesday I lost a gold watch! I valued very highly, As for the;fishing bllfl believe It Is about time that\mn
I lining' underground water levels to increas -the Dollar business of the consumer, that in, Immediately I inserted an ad in your lost and found column did something abyut the fishing m our rivers Too much BMJ.
During 1933! to 1936 the canal was in almost continu- the pepple who boy cattle and waited. Yesterday I went home and found the watch pent every ,eat advertising the wonderful fishing In Sort ball
our discharge Our commercial and sport fishing were in the pocket of another suit. God bless _
i of the
-"f-- -- ------ -- your, paper fish "ors caught out in the Mean
'( put completely out of the picture ; a which would CONTACT! Anonymous., Why all the fuss about .
+ 1 \ iT,5$ owaey referendum on these bills?!>>
f figure today at the rate of in excess the
] Funeral services being conducted for a'woman city oummlnsion recently pass the utility bill without alien
particularly since our tourist trade HO largely depends were TUT-TUT '
r t upon fishing who had been thoroughly: d liked In her rural community NOW dum? ,Where were.,all you squawk when this was put"" ?

s The newspaper for the community Is extremely and for cause With a sharply barbed tongue and Then there was the young men who called on hlsjbest. : -CHARLES CHRISTOPHER, !!:W
anxious at this time that the disaster of 1033-36 1 a violent explosive disposition she henpecked her husband /girt and together they talked of their kith and kin .... ; ..
.Newid"M.Rowe1J; ;
(from our point of view) will not be .repeated through the 11 11.tf drove her children mercilessly' and quarreled with her He said,:"May: I kith you?," To Editor of Stuart :
demand of the Everglades interests for a low lake level- neighbors Even the animals on her: place wore a.hunted She said "You. kin" Mr Rowell makes s statement In your April 3rd Issuthit
t and consequent practically continuous discharge look -.......- has the Interest of Martin County at heart. If this U 10 I WOIII
s i.. It is our feeling that this problem can only be solvedby The day was sultry and AS the mlnmter's voice droned "Love your. enemies," counseled the minister be more than eager to put his fishing bill In the hand of/ tti
a long-range plan for water control in the KlssimmeeV : en. the sky grew darker and darker: Just as the service "I do," Raid the old reprobate, "all three of them voters ,When Mr. Rowell was elected as Representative t vw<
#' alley ; but until such a project Can he properly surveyedand ended the storm broke furiously. There. was a blinding tobacco, women and liquor" R ucev rte Hub have taken into consideration that there were \Issuesnoto
estimated we hope very much indeed that the U. S. flash followed by a terrific clap of thunder In the stunned besides the seine.law, He also promised farmers and CUM
Engineer: / Dept will bear our local interests in mind at any II silence. that followed! a voice was.heard to say: And then there wan the Scotchman who took his wife his attention They also voted for him without considers\
:.a r t i period when it becomes necessary to open the lock and .Waal, she's r.OT'1ht'ret"! to the country to have her baby because'! he heard about fisherman one way or the other. The Salerno Gill nettenertiin
hut it off just as soon as possible I It' -Dan Bennett in Coronet rural free delivery.-Hickory Rotary Spokes [ 'ly were not for him as his seine law virtually wipes them it He
I Our navigation commercial fishing, sport fishing and I I'I --- many fish can you catch behind a seine? out river is pctltt
t' t resort and building enterprises are seriously affected by -AND THEN HE NEVER FORGOT HE CAN HOPEI! cleaned out of fish and even the seines with their mile.b| n"I
I \ I :my program of continuous discharge The memory expert had been given his turn in the "I've" I are not doing so well now Fancy a poor fill netter trying |4
,' ,' We thank you for the department's courtesies of the I village hall. The audience had not been enthusiastic, and Young actor: got a job at last; Father.' Its a' new |a living under these conditions Mr Rowell says he does ftPI'
I )' past, and will appreciate your consideration and action the questions asked at the end of the show really infuriated play and I'm a man who has I been married 20 years" i sent any special group For the love of Pete are not t lug
s now to prevent major damage to local interests the man. Father; bplendM:; That a start any way, my boy dozen seine owners a special group These seines open f[
t a Sincerely When one dear old lady came up and asked him to Maybe some of these days thl'y'lJ give'you: a ''ppf'aking'part.'fl.e ( about 50 men. Contact them and ask them how much tb\im\
I""' Y THE STUART NEWS. what he attributed his remarkable he it \ Harrow Hub Harrow Ontario Canada. (Present d
{[ i' I memory, thought earning*-not :a or 3 years ago.) And dot t blame
1' : ------ --- -- -..- was time to call it a day. I ----: dine on the open locks as this fresh water only! chases the wIt
"Well, madam" he explained without smile, "whenI OFCOURSE NOT doesnt kill them. Put this law to a test and find out it e
a I was in the Air force I once had to make a parachute Money doesn't always bring happiness. A man with jorlty wants the seine or"not. Mr. Rowell was not elect tar
A Word bf Praise lump from a height never hefdfe attempted Just as I Jump- 10 million dollars in no happier than a man 'with 9 mil- on his willingness to let loose the destruction of fish life In
Y .( from the plane, the pilot leaned over the aide and yelled : lion dollars.-Do You Know?, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. County thai the seines aocompllsh ,Any sensible person ,
Recognising those In the community who are engaged In "HI. you've forgotten your parachute t' Believe it or not. that the taking of all large and small fish will In a course <,*>
creative wok. I madam that taught me a lesson, and I've never forgotten While motoring! In New York State Enrico Caruso deplete the waters of any "river especially one only 15 hI I
rnythlng since" 'Tid-Bits. once sought refuge in a farm house while his car was being length and about 15 seines some of which are over 1SX
:' HATS OFF TO: Charles A. Porter, for a job well I fixed. The farmer asked his name and !Ite told him it was long, raking over practically,entire,rirer day In and day
:. r done, JUST SILLY SUPERSTITION Caruso At that the farmer leaped to Ills feet and seized! : ., Remember, Mr Roweil gut netUrs take but one size t fli
/ He started the Hurricane Boat Company here Just Superstition dies hard. Many years ago Brltlll 1'ea- caruso. by the hand.. large breeders wont gill as a rule' and the small fry go Uii
,! t l'' a little more than a year ago. With one assistant, O. B. men would not sail on Friday under any circumslanc.e. A 'i "Little did I think I would see a man like you in-this Not ss-wlth seines: they'are crowded In pocket and crouderdibed .
adwell, he has manufactured 25 de luxe moulded ply. government official decided to kill this fear once and for humble kitchen:sir," he exclaimed., "Caruso' 'The great to death. Cutting these seines down to 950 Will i
wood dinghies. all. So the keel of a new ship was laid on Friday the ship traveller! Robinson Caruso)1' help. All they haryt.H.. .w... .., d them ........__ _nd the
i A Hurricane Boat Company dinghy was the first boat was christened on Frldav, launched on Friday and put to I.r amount of ground j Is raked ovef.'Do you think mrwiw, Mr: Rowel'
old< at the recent Miami[ Boat Show. The Herold Boat Co. sea on Friday. Neither ship nor crew was ever heard from 'BEAR STORY the killing of these breeders and small fish are a benefit to W

< of Fort. Lauderdale South Florida: representative made again. I, County? Does this help to attract !the tourist who spends huii
t the sale to Eduardo Sanchez Havana noted Cuban big ;- Coropet) Into a certain household where formerly( there had of thousands of dollar here Does tt help the Independent f
1 game fisherman and sportsman been unremitting contention and strife there came' the net owner make living Dont kid think
;41\ ;' OUt OF MOUTHS OF BABES sweet peace1 of, compete understanding and : yourself If you
Craftsmanship and quality are stressed in the manufacture sympathy voters are behind you lit this ndViarm be done by again [4 r
s f. !U A businessman returned home all tired out froma i ""Something new has come to our home the It to can
of these custom-made, 9 foot dinghies which serve young lady of test on this bill alone. The'people of darns County have
iJ, a* tenders to yachts and cruisers. Each takes 60 to G5 man hard Hay"at the office, and found his two children rushIng 'the house "explained to a friend ; "two bears" right The only one who win howl about this Is the few seine'
,'. I: Ii hours. Hurricane is the only plant in South Florida which madly about the )house. He /gave them both a scoldingand I "Two bears was the perplexed rejoinder era. I can! assure yon the operators would abolish the wines V
,(J, does Its own moulding of mahogany Veneer hulls sent! them off to bed as soon as they had eaten! their f "Yes," the lady explained "Bear and forbear." lien- could Again your chances of re-election would not be Jeopsrf
i, '" This is creative work superior handicraft, recognized supper. The next morning he found this note pinned to dry County News. by putting this Bill to a populaf tote Im sure the fishing fnIty
1 I'. by the boating fraternity-and wherever they /go we folks his bedroom door: : : -11-- would thank you and" sojrou)4! ) the few:who benefit by tM
r r.I' f here at home can be proud of the label : "Made in Stuart. "Be good to your "children and they will be good'toyoU ADDS ADVANTAGES rt now;thank you la later yean for,thto,MO I* cutting their! t
\ : Yours truly God. Capper's Week!,'. advantage of a college education Is that It enables throats.' Ask them. They are not getting so many fish pO'f
e, OKEECHOBEE FISHING SITUATION one to get into so many more interesting kinds of trouble; N. BVAlfci
I ;1l?' A determined effort is being made by the Lake Okee- EVERYTHING'S RELATIVE .-Prairie Flower, MInot, North, Dakota \ JOHN ,8t
! ""it I ehobee commercial fishing interests to have the Florida "How old are you.'sonny?" demanded the inquisitive' ,h :- .

't I legislature uphold the ruling that the largest fresh water old man of the youngster the beach. WASTED EFFORT i' I ,' lake withirfthe boundary of anyone"State in the union is Six, sir," came the brisk reply. :A metropolitan symphony orchestra had given a spec;: Martin_ County Chamber of Commerce *" is*
. salt water? "Six !I" echoed the old man,: "And yet you are not"so lat performance la' I small New England town. It wasit Dear Mr:Kraft- ; t
,, ; Then,desire! in this.. matter i is that the lake remain under tall as my umbrella." t new experience for many of the inhabitants The next day ,
I, the Salt Water Conservation board (which notoriously The boy drew himself up to his full height'"How old! some of the old-timers, gathered around the stove In. the Arrival of the 1M7 Fishing outdo docile
conservation is concerned) I Is umbrella?" he asked. America general store their oft( a most pleasant hour of rei < >-. and I
, : looks the other way so far as your Girt. .. Were expressing opinions of the on.. !ly
Ii jt"" instead of in its rightful category under the Game & FreshWater *' I eer ."' '* enjoyed our stay In HorMe Mt fond IbO 8
\. :" Fish Commission, which) enforces conservation laws. BET HE MADE THE SALE I "Well.'t 111 got to say." commented one old character Both of us, thank yon for rehm, .
.1, --- A life Insurance agent called upon a big business: man ,with finality'is that was a long way to/bring that bass tn Jane I return to" tt* Bask. :
SOCKING THE GOLDEN GOOSE at the close bf a busy day: When the agent had been admitted drum only to")bang i H Charging our winter Visitors $25 for non-resident boat the big fellow said : Y'' i v11le;Trlon, Georgia. *, Point thereafter probeM cgs: wt ,call. no
;licenses each year is) "socking the golden goose" The winter "You ought to feel highly honored young mad.. Do long for a vtit q !
visitors resent it as well they may and the Legislature you know that today ,I. have refused to see seven insurancemen i LOW BRIDGE ,,,'.< I''you see any pI .ass O.N06 sit "w1Ji )W1 jai
would drt welt to rescind this ruling of the salt water ?" ( f .' "What game of bridge does your wtfeiplay}'(' beg of oho Masonic Ladp,1.>... II" am dq bighet\reP
i Conservation board. Florid should do everything to make "I know," said the. agent"I'm themt'V' t from the cost I think !it must be,loll bridge! .Tanks aPln, for tine !)slflrlg.- 0tIIIe. ) i J

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f_ MmiNCI.8BT' STATE; TO LOSE-FUNDS been employed at Tole,'., left recently I ,....... kr .."-.., ia4 Inc.ri.o4f.lo. .' QUITCLAIM DEED _....... W 44 ft. on SI ft. ... ......'. i I". 11..4.nb.h.p.5 1 '
gjjUTH I 1-MMn..uollna, Tkratoro Dohoil ot .> U S.... of Plorloa.. .. I IOoorio f S4 M. b U ft ,...., "j
Jacksonville for their home In Kenosha -
Ijjonrille, April IB -I April 10 Florida SALERNO NEWSBy Wla I a..tn/ Song: "Who*PHoii I ;rr{...DrwloiooiChrlatr" I Week's LegalInstruments I II ...W. Orw4 M u to Joel W M.Gh. HIM. ". fit

ntn U. field ofbellu1oa11 stands to low 17,500,000 or Charloa' Crawford A.... ........ ) I I ;
I worker* In > Mrs i. L. Terry: and daughter SoeilaUoo "A QrortliScelutlooj .," L. to Iall. W MeCalM. MAItRIACI LICENSE: APPLICATIONS .U''j
'health $1500,000 annually of, Federal MRS. 0. D. QTJICLET ...... I td r 4 N. Mall ot .n U Robm. DOM. 1" .
and public Evelyn spent Friday In\ St. Augustine I JtolorM or ) fund already earmarked for the on business tntM..exr I Lo. wu.na. Headrlrl... Hour I Imr A. Nn. ot .. to ......, B. it.r. Lw''j,. lIj.-. bed ..u,. A, Inn.Nl.: ( .
IeYeDlAtinAmerican Hilly Hl.hor./ Ann aow.kr ol .... ._ ..... .._ Yw. I' +
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State for the
art expected t.o'at- next fin yean for Mill Eater: tngamalls of Salerno Mr and Mrs Ld!: Jonnson left ; -N.t"s-bold. SNhhn i1 I .Mld et.phw.atloq ,.. KiUM I.... to ....sak OoM ol al, to I. R.noolpkU'H"C ,,: :4 \\1' I
aognirlei newer enlarged hospital and March 29. for Cofleld, N C, to ,....... ....... \ 1J ,
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of the and Fulton N. Y. and Leo Vurmww. .. U'SERMON
annual meeting I Clrmoirt .. N OS Wll.
wad t the public health buildings, because be with Mrs. Johnsons parents, .. ..1..... .A..... Ka.wr fontUIHiifCnt" 01 YY U Mow li.. ...... I"
Smith of Sodus Point, N. Y. .. "' > ot .1' TOPIC CIVfcNThe : I'
1l'and Health of "lack of Interest or general were quietly married by the Rev Mr and Mrs. H. U Williams, fora ...,......n HAn Offrrlnff' fnr 1_tt.. "m.ro\... : G nillMoior ot u to L; J :II i.
fe In MIami May 1 and negligence on the par* of the few weeks. ....." 5..., avb.ea.. 'It a UU.DINQ PERMIT!
W. O Aldridge at the Stuart _I.Ll'., c.- R.Nt.uaa. WARRANTY DEED Rer Charles A. Camel i I
ThoIJlU.OlO'eland. troups'whlch would 't'
t.o Lacy 4' benefit most Methodist Church March 88 1 Mr. and Mr. Jesse Griffin and Oil. ,, h..hoo-VI. II "\11f'T. U..1t C.ne.ne: I..- to WoixIlM. Co*. rr #to...., D.a.a In B.,,...... p.rk will base his I sermon on "WhatDo I !I 1\ I ;:
of the uIOdation. from the the State ... ,_.. 1
president hospital ., ,
money I.d
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Rrai : H.4H.e w.r Addlllw m/lnw
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and Medical Associations Those attending were Mr and children, Alberta and Eugene of Dotty lAu Wll.... Hour ",.ho. ". ...Ins.D."ON.' U R, V Alii.... b 44 R ,,_. _......... .......Y. We Do When We do To I II j
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Mrs.Orman Eggleston, friends of Hobe Sound called on Mr. and Uurt: "...., J.... 5.. ., till c_. j........ ....t ......, to r.. Arlh.n' D.ba, 1.. II,...... Puh, Church" at the Presbyterian << .

;,.....-- the bride and groom of Syracuse, Mrs O D.,Quigley Saturday AhoirMro. '........._Mn. Q.ikfct. j.'J.\\\\ E... a:'Yf' : Tun. Ii I..a Add.a.......... .mU comtrflotlea>..> of 41, fv. he1 'I Church service Sunday at 11m. 'I. 'I t I I'I'he '

BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE N. Y. The wedding party enjoyed Mrsi J. A. Bennett and daugh- Iktltatlo*_"K .vln| I bo 100..o"....,.Smllr.l fkurrk. ." n A./era.: ot'DrnNpnnl'.n; =.: aW1U IMp..e N n.a I For Ouo A. Cokro. lu Ca.a I'.1::; at..'- Woman't Club, ::1 1 < : : :

dinner at the Lighthouse and ter Midget, left Wednesday for 100110.0..., twlw. O"Offorwrr ....... WTI. V ;' j f: i' '> )'
MECHANIC> ON DUTY AT AJVTTMES after an afternoon of tlghtsee their home In )Hahira Oa, after War". ,II."H'h ..". 8.4.rKI.;;:; .:..;,:r'w X. D. HY.w. I I n
'' .'h.. ." (. U. Hunk', t. <1. M. H.._. "
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Smith! left for" two weeks here visiting her SUM i ..H........ ...h....r'.> JMIIM A. Tart,sit, I* <.k.rtr. ... C.,. Well and' 1,)" ,
M -SWAY LUBR ON their northern borne. In Sodus daughters Mrs Emory: DeLoachand m.VirmodlaU """,' 1>............ ,ro-t, 5o.11 Hohr. C mHinr to v.... s Drilling mg '' vv
:..-.!., -.., It .... C_." K,, ILwYM.a .
CUNTONEi GLA E FINISH FOR YOUR Point N Y. Mrs Bill Pendarvis .... GI.Ia. II..., lot ; \ Giiraw.. to 0...... a. W"... 'ck Service 111 i iInquir iI*
Mrs. George Osborn entertained The 4-H Club girls who attended "1..itoa. I.,Ale. ..u........., "Nae.N .1 l ul 7 We try cue you ,t I
CAR. IT AYED ON. I e".d Q adw.rd. I Non with a birthday dinner EasterIn the all-day entertainment 1&... ,_... .n d Mra Qulirlrr ....... it ... : !'
ADS ESt honor of her son George. Jr., sponsored by the Home Demonstration .pAd.., a. pAy .Mk lk. hot, ,I..... .W......Cuw.n. "t Ys tv J.h. .11.I 349 th St. II 4 : \
In Th. Croaa of Ikrlat ,," > 1
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and slster-tn-law Mm 1 E.!: O Club of the county were Mr*. Olad,. ,...,. P,...... I v.YA.s:: twponlt ( J.AI' W.lkW. fEY JONES ''I
Service Pank, of Fort Pierce Other Jackie Saunderson Sally Math- Following the tmi M, H.:::. :i.ot:.U IU \krit K.vnlirn If : "
ion guests were Mrs.; Osborn, ers:,Verdi Mae Mcculley Jean babies were presented program for bap-two 'I. U..,..l.d..r4..raMM.nnwril ifcfvcl.i|>m...( CJo....., LeI P. O. Box 104 ONE 292 Stuart, Florida, i I ,I'r: r r1j1:

REIN PHO 9144T Jr, Mr, and S Mrs ire Orr and Johnson and Annetto Smith tism They were Mary Lynn V.Aln. lo P,4. 0. Snip. tit
9.w .
Trxn 1" WllUn
children Jo Ann and Bobby, of Mrs Jack Saunderson went as Shelton and Helen .. t.urry .1Ia..h u -
Rose Baldwin. u l n> / ot n. U John ...... : )I.I I.
Fort Pierce chaperone Pastor Crousen delivered NIIIM' .I C. Illllluliiin/ ,i .. to Llk.l II. 11 ;
a Jo.lllot/ ..d Jn..e. M. .... I :
Mrs. Fred Brownlee of Key Mrs F W. Oregers entertained I fine but brief Easter sermon on Cl.... W. K.llh tn L,1o b.1111I. .. .. JEWELRY I I'
West called On Mr and Mrs o recently with a birthday "Being Raised From the Dead," ,Sunlt, UIv." .L...O.ku..h. N 'I' Leo W.III.. A. IE LITTLE SHOPPE ,, : j
STEAK HOI D Quigley Wednesday They party at her home In honor of The service concluded with I r.... 1I'k., .1 so I. ,..... a. 1111..... .
have moved to Stuart for a few. herself and Mrs. Jack Saunder (he congregation singing "Holy t.hl.. Naand le L.. andasA, Metal Field Hostess }I Ii

Mi South of Stuart Fed weeks but expect to return soon son's tlrthdays. Cards were Holy, Holy" and the benedictionby I I.II". O 110111.. Xlum*..R.ilo.. U H41Wd.. 'tkvt. B....... i ,. : L ,I II
3 ay to' Key West played and refreshments were the pastorGASOLINE, ,U. L MrNoll W J.'hll Ii.......... Salt a Pepper TI'ay U $1.50 I .
served to Mrs. Lillian Mitchell SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED ,1\\ ,
STEAK C KEN an OOD DINNERS Fred Strickland of Fort Myers Mr and Mrs Damon Silvers ------ n..y< N. K..< .. A A H. 1,. I t

PLATE LU SANDWICHES called on Mr and Mrs. 0. D. Mrs, Dorothy Mueller and Mr PRICES j..1 lii...I.....Jrrftr M .t.IATIIJFACTORY.M iu to Altar) A. Pin 45c \ :j II!
Quigley Sunday. INCREASED HEREAll "
Be on nd Soft Drinks Those who attended the egg and Mrs.Mrs F Jack W. Saunderson left lot H. La". w Wmdlms MORTGAGE. .........,. Wales Wall r Men and Ladies ;I J 11

Mrs O D. Quigley Sunday were Park N. J, after spending the have advanced their price .t of Hnne bAth. t. W......... ,Co.....,. Ise 218 oace t I
I'hwh l. c I"". to .. ,I v. yric Theater Bldg.
7 A. M.1 A. M. Adh.ln.Will.
L Open to Mr and Mrs. L. 1 E.!: DeLoach and t ,
winter here t cent a gallon of gasoline It has t'. W.'._ M .. lo M. Victor ," I.I I.
G. L. Dunning, 0 r family; Thomas, Mary. Ann Mae Mrs Douglas Shelton and Mrs. been reported by B. D Fulton 0wlm. .I ... 'r r ,
ChB.nh of - -
Stuart te M Victor -- -I II'
and Jeanean, and Mrs L. O Bobby Johnson entertained witha distributor for Sinclair I ..,.... .. v.. Jh- !
Moore of Stuart,, Fred Stricklandof Effectivenow ASSIGNMENT MORTGAGE 'to
Fort Myers Mr and Mrs. Fred wedding shower and birthday the regular fuel sells ati PAT. K.irnl'.I.... 10 I'h..... C'. 11:.....
party Monday evening at the I Ii PARTIAL RELEASE OF MORTGAGE: '

"WelWlthe Best"I I s"We Service the Rest"B C.Pedersen DeLoach, and son John and J. home of Mri. Shelton In honorof IS mium i t cents ethyl a 1 gallon Id'J"i:::: I J C. Lh.H CHATATItoEL, AI.MORTGAGE.. II CII.Y: FOR EXPERT 1 I !:

Miss Christine Johnson The E'hol' a Allln1" '0 "......h, K. W.I.... I Ir
Mr and Mrs. Otto, who have birthday cake was decorated by 111 cents a gallon The Increase I MORTGAGE II
was expected to be In VU...,. L. ar to I. A. U..nti ..d C. I
RTLETT BR John Blether Baker at sunrise effect inDefinitely H. i....d.... r .
Inn In Port Bewail Games were ,CJtoo... .1. Wdwn, N u. to a G.rdm. ,
W reports C H. Overman, directorof played The many beautiful gifts The increases were necessitated "". Ma'ne S Work I :; \\1 .
the Florida State Improve- other sources said. by the NAVY DISCHARGE p
I were opened by the bride and II. S N.re Ii.'h H yak".
Sales Service ment Commission, the office room-to-be: Miss Christine recent 10-per cent raise! In rail MURPHY DEED u
axua, .., FI.,".. ,. C. W. ......
through which the fund would road freight rates ordered
Johnson and Frank Simmons on ante at rlurid., l Iv I. .. It..... '
te channeled. The pointed out Refreshments of .sandwiches Intra-State shipments by the 8..ale .r hlwHl. l. (',... K. lloworUI CA UART r 33 t it t
that virtually nothing hat been Florida Railroad Commission. 8" ..r. H,."... ,Ifl .HM.Id. C H,.!..... ., :'
cake and punch were served to .
FASTICI -RELIABLE H.at .1 VIuHd. 'Ui J .uk| W Mal,... '
done to promote a hospital licensing Mrs. Chas. Conrad of Salerno More price raises were believed 81.1 of rlwlla. to K J. Trlar ;1'j
law in Florida one of Shores Mrs A. L. Brown, Mrs likely In view of the steadily rising U.YI..I' HanM LEASE I.. I .ur. V. Mlipol 11

JIf u a Ave. Phone Stuart 209 the specific stipulations govern- J. L. Terry and son Donald, Mr levels of crude oil prices and a,.. J c'L'\\:4'!' 11...,..... '
ing release of the money. and Mrs Chuck Hendrix, Mr. transportation charge. I. T. S..I'h' ..\\N.Ih.n: 'OF K.k.--. Stu Man Service ., \. I !
and Mrs. Francis Stiller Mrs.C. A..INIS111..0RIiI UICD b1 i t
H. Hardwick and son, Russel STAMP FEE BOOST I'RCED tulir H. ......AFFIDAVIT. .In M....... B. .PkkiMI. "

Mrs. Harvey Marc Mrs. Martha ---- GnnnW H. WI.. In 7h. Aba.. I
W Palm Beach Director Whittle, Mr and Mrs. ClarenceSarver Washington April 10-More 1 H I'.nne 'I0. n. Pu...... Incorporate .\ 't !
funds for waterfowl restoration T. I C. IVrr In Tho ".hUe.
Mrs Aliens Pesln, Mrs. BILL OF SALE
L. M Arnold, Mrs Dominy Mc- and management will be provided Inn. 8h........ a H''..... V....... .L__ :J
WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH Pherson and daughters Marcia If a bill now before Congress -- --- .

IESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATH and Dorothea. Mrs. Fred Stiller Is passed the Wildlife
and daughter: Mildred, Luclle ment Institute advised Manace.1
Elanton, Bob Perry Mr. and Mrs Thousands of U. S.
wet Moose no sus No H A W T H 0 R N E O D. and ionists are Insisting duck ,
Quigley son, Jae, Mr
ROOFING CO, and Mrs. John D. Stevenson, Mr. .tamp fee be raised to finance: Announces Details of ,

and Mrs. Sheldon Baker and I urgently needed work and Representative ;I"I"I,
HOOFING-SHEET METAL Clifford, who sings over WIRA Kersten (R.-Wls.) hasj I 1 I

HEATING-VENTIUATmOWATERPROOFING Mrs Jack Saunderson, Marie proposed an Increase from $11;

HI .1. OPTOYITRanne Crane, Bill Stanger,Henry Crane to $3 in H R, J517,recently presented I \ Price ReductionsDetails j ,
.a Myra 0,000,000
Mrs Emory DeLoach, Alonzo Migratory bird hunting
Smith Ted Baumgardner, Keith tamps are required of all persons
Altaian Clara Jean and Verdi over K years of age whop)
,take -- ----- ...
BA I Mae McCulley. Mrs Fred Pedersen waterfowl.POUOf. -- --- -

and children, Wlnnlfred, Alfred of U\recently announced International '

12 Clematis St SAFE & LOCKKS and Walter, Wilma and : i Harvester p Vcy of making price reductions {
Louise Simmons Mrs. O
202 First St. -t-: Phone to save users d' our products approximately FAR TRACTORS
Furniture and Johnson and children( Bobby r t
Home, Furnishings o We repair AnythingPONTMfl Hazel, Richard Jean and Raymond $20.000,000 a AM have now been worked\out. Models I r I

Mr and Mrs. Douglas ) \\e have redu V)prices on 163 models Then Reduced $10 to/134 (up to 10,6%) I I I
Shelton and daughter, Lynn
Sheldon rover 12 basic rVdols of farm tractors, 123 t'r I
Baker and Clifford Ii i
Johnson entertained with guitar I basic model of fata machines, 16 basic models 'MOTOR TRUCKS J I
nnd violin muslo and singing Wincfl W industrial tractoSj and engines, and 12 mod' 12 Models / I
.i a The table was covered with a JIl Always d elI) of motor trucks well certain
motor :d i
as as I
lace table cloth orange bios pw So/e Good" Reduced /O to $300 ((19* to 3.6%) I I
sums fern and bride and bridesmaid Sathl Proverb. II truck attachments %he new lower prices are I. '

rnlnature dolls effective as of March V 1947. I'

I A line car made finer ';.:.); The beautiful weather of Easter Dep h Rons and These reductions vwA made hot because of FARM MACHINES "n ,

'. emphasized the glory ot the Races ns Verify I 123 Models
I i, day. The Southern Methodist the a tment they any decline in demand, nut because we believe 'I ,

; "..'( : Church of Salprno was very have OVEN nothing is more ImportanWo this country thai educed $2.50 to $122.50 t

t.f beautifully decorated with that \\S OF to lower the price* of th<\ ;node people buy. ((1956 to 23.8%) 1
' )palms. fernery and a profusionof y'
'j t flowers thanks to Mrs Genevieve While prices have not bcVt changed on all

< Merritt and her committee s uga n4e A i Ii products, we have made reolctions wherever 4 INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS I w a
WCftTHY and
cr ...tai The church was filled to STfADFASl Are possible tn the amounts posV i >le. prices of (Crawler-4) Models J -, i,
capacity to hear the beautiful
\ Easter message protrayed by Y Fully Prttect- many of our most popular products have been Reduced $35 to$50 ((10% to 1,6%) ,

jN J***, program and devotions delivered e May \VV Go substantially lowered. '0. c' i'

: with the charm and reverence ver Y c\\ ur than
Altogether, more half of
; peculiar to the Easter Ii
1 season. -
1.t. The primary: and Intermediate will be benefited by the i uctio 44

departments of the Sunday ..hiduange from 1% to 23.6%and rr I $2 buMfi brttsn-3 modal reduced $22.73 in each t" '
G1. ((41% to 71%).
'e',' School program presented exceptionally a beautiful well, a) ;D MAPP ] to $300 per item based on list; prices, EMhfi HMTMtar-1 model minced $33.75 ((3.9") ,

f real credit to Mrs. Merrltt who Every Kind of Chicago.: KMMMC MMt-2 model reduced $S.00 in each caw .,. b J ,

worked patiently and painstakingly Iniuranc Since the people have demanded tlj ((19% and 3%), ,

m training the, little ones. withdraw from INN Spmwv-1 basic modal ( -,)). ; 1
,t.1 Phone It P.O. Arcade government price 7'
The order of the morning servIce <. Pew Uwv -1 model ( ;.) f I
was as follows: peacetime the responsibility to 1 rice. i M..m iMeadr-1 model reduced $1100 (3,6ry,1.1 hR r I
''i) Ir' Pnl.5.A..Iwa. CIo..O check is back whore it should be-I irfthe hands' ie '
: War IMIi 2 modols reduced 112.00 cad $17.
:ii 0...... txwotlou. Mrs 0..._ C.bon : 30 '
of business and industry. The bUll'outlook ((14.4% and 18.4%), ho I I '

i nhetni makes It possible for us to mo toward the IHker VWWM PWI I-2 model*reduced$17,00 in each 4 l

goal of lower prices,, and we lyre) felt a duty i ((11 5% and 19.6%), 5
P A r r Vacuum Pump-2 model reduced $17,00la y "e
erriman's T ern to act aa promptly. po.iblOur %h sue ((11.3% and l\.1%). .r re I i ;

ability to maiatain eee lower prices 8 1 Bad Nlfter rita-2 module nduood$5.00 and + y
IPbA $10 008.6 and 23.8 ). '
will depend on the supply a m price of materials % % i 4sin
e/GwrdNWM. ENJOY THE FINEST OMtEERBUDWEISER Cle-4 reduced $13.23 in each y I r
we buy from others and cm uninterrupted pro ,! I ,

(Drive a Ibimac-Xnd eayy no one ON AUGHT duction at reasonable levels Tradri basic MOdereduced) $12.78(6,6p( ). 'le I't'

AT ALL TT S The prices listed ha carry out our announced MCaetnisreduced$5.00tot8.00l.0Me( ,

policy that fAny: price it too high; !if to 4,3%). -

T k siogerely bcllert( that DO car ls more generally it can Jx reduced." irmar -4 b..k mulwr reduced b yl ;t Ni19.ao0dto

01 M msc four lies yoosus VAIM II ictorj M iu owners ibis a Ponuac.Yctlwur :. BOTTLEDT BEERS 656.00 to 8.4'3)1 p1 ?1J
Isi.sal Pew Bab 4 nduted from {Ip.00 0
25 More
fle AIC S4MTV ass*s -Mon POoitiv year,PontiaC offers the fulleit measure Brands /pes of Products to,160.00g35to x). ;
Will wliliUMotf 'of II\111-/1.1 outnandiag ecoaon of PNws-s.2" mod eduwd from '9.00 to $2000 ( i ai'AM' IMt"me redttud from 88.25 t
for litht o/hnrv loads)livers
w nU>Mp be desired-)ia performance,U corn IMPORTED ITA AND DOMESTIC WINES ', Cnm>ran-13 bfic model reduced $5.00 U $10.00 two items ;;Y f o'
''I Mt.euee, _,.eun.r ng..p t "fort or idkiinduag ea e. And, always, it It one (4.5%" to 7.4'" t4'r' ',

I Pnk !!title of ep.rasiolusdee, of the" .mAM_#/_/ cars to be seta ClO the titles ft. .ttddKoitSTS.T models nduoMi $5.00 .b Q f
I I vRlagchi (condition. streets aDd h"7.' CE CREAM Melt caw ((2/'J% to 4%' ). 4 $ I f III )

I'' SPoNUVe tH?o arier bly'fcl.M, The 194T imtise Silver Streak) 'is an. ssanpleof CIGARS CICAICTTE3' CANDY Con rlnrtsn/4. bade'nuxUU reduced $5.00 .hi ..... .'! '
j i I'
, aaR.rM Sajuni PxMcteelMS who'w, m Vi. People! who gel it need envy ease ((3/48%). "
I tlnVane NEWSPAPERS bus SIAM. /11 modoU nducd $14.K to $2000 1 S
r IMd for .smooilwr no on'-and will be mal of those who
C ((4.4%; t/3.3%). I 4. .
tan '
aft thtir Pooti%i |94>. 1949 or 1990 Year I.

,,tower S Ib h or g a! thV5da5 j after year,Poouatrms! Bee c r T-Ia i every rupeckTHI t ENt tOOA, M. '12100 P. M. M.Ms(1.65 n4'basic 5%).models reduced_$..00, and $1150 '

r lMMS gia .d eon.? w ",,k / i r. tCLOSED SUNJim YS 1- e.l model reduced $5.00 ((8.5%). JPfd

lA5ber NaOrsft Vent4ui SOONHI YOU MJ%YOU 6M Jse a
b p. ,AieAors, la Nish ,A, := r
B i f %).
I AA..a nrAlr riealh' fflerriman

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AQt SiX THE, STUART NEW, STCABT, MaKI. County, norl. ?aFftSDAY, A1 -
I week and made our eutM| water FORMER RESIDENT DIpS

,. "COUNTY.S23 FROM WILL-..FUND-GET I I payment struction to Colin the 91 English counties from total I FISHINGIN Oar( Great America *fo Hade ] have with reports tomatoes of ,her broccoli garden., "W pole of Word the death has teen last week recent* w.

'I the fund for this month la 1. beans field peas, onions, radishes of yet
Calkins In
Tallahassee, April 10 -- (FN3 corn", Leavlttsburg,
+--The ninth Installment of 10 1782,12.89. Martin County. wll! I *4 1N'asa pM.R AMFRKANf lla'..Nei AR. DCCIcOA T 4DKe W0 w4 said ,Mrs.delicious Fagan turnips, -with cante- Mr. Calkins resided in pis i
receive $682371 of which.. $S, f A4(0011104554ri IN Nearly 90
years and
I. THE FAMOUS eat wu
OA to la
\ payment from the State Teach- w00D M dlrr4111 loupe that will be ready p,
859 55 is for Instructional salar- *5 94 RN paintings-business. Hs
era Salary Fund to Martin Countywill tn and $9641 1 18 is toe, transportation ; soon, and cucumbers "and water Ohio about,a year ago mired dwi yt
be made Tuesday St. Lucie Region 1' = melon coming along ,
The final payment from 1 Ill health?,where he lived {!
I According to figure released) I tile! fund for tills year will be his sort .tug
1! by Superintendent of Public In made In May, English 'said 1 1Il vise TRUK SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN/ Or. !IoU VAaL RISO I,,CM I Francois Vldocq, famed French
I -- ] rr detective who died In 1857, start -
Capt. Dave and Jake Martin' Into the summer to collect specimen ed his career In Paris at a paid NOW TO 6fI 4W

Il SAL See Us For ]I jlll.d Earl Tlilman returned April'' for Marlneland, has hauled v spy for police and became so ff FROM ,
ffo 4 from five days In the Bahamas out and is going back to St. v' successful that he was made r
a \ They hooked and saw marlin" Augustine until he receives word.. ( / chief of IU detective department SERIES
[TSTc 1 ?I OA Tj a R'PaW-sand but the big gamesters" are still the river Is again fit for fish y AUPAPER b OWE

over yonder Excellent reef fishing iiicoeooS State v a
SERVICE "C 'Iir97 ?*ri. was enjoyed. I was... amused the other day A vtuaNrn/ Highlands g e IafPAtAfIOIt. 1
# by M P. Payette down at the / Park ,Is ,near Sebring t.uw" ear a w.wone

Through the courtesy of the Flshnhol, who... recounted this rRaa W00PINKI ,,.r..rt
AR AUERPhone U 8. Engineer [) county fresh water fishermen "I had a couple of guests"he
St. u evard 142-W can still get at the small said,"who didn't know: what l wet
creeks no highly favored '101'bream foul shape the river was In, PAiRtP1A4TK
fishing on the west They didn't know that the 1
bank of the canal Just across water was... dirty and the wind '

LJST your Rooms, Apartments and! Rental the l locks. But as a return wax blowing vote/IARDWeARl,
lbo with courtesy to Joseph 0'Day and "They didn't know that there I PltrTUnei I ,
s us. stuff out there It would... be appreciated were a lot of live shrimp In ,. AR. ,aeDe
Nsa101.wevSDArtf vaovAhD
FULFOItD9011f If dried shrimp and the river when they hauled f UNIT

dead fish were not left aroundto their seine for minnows"They I 'W' T iwD Re i
\ litter the surroundings It'sa didn't know that their
: fine friendly outfit out there engine was going to break Pn vw o CUtt (, ,d vaoovo You cV dispose immediately of all tofi waste
ftiN77Nr -treat 'em right down right by No. S channel I BEFOR&it becomes garbage. Shreds the I6od wale
n' kllrpNT; marker which Isn't a very hot "
into fine particles and flushes it
away mf stream
N'rite 1'. ( Itnr of
+ i. A. Some blues have been caughtIn spot these days
About the value of In the cold wale
"iii Nnrlh 1'alnrudn Avrqyi the mouth of the Inlet In "They didn't know" he HomeDemonstration diet eggs
cannot too much
i } ,, ? al? I rt'Ct'l'\t| days on the flood tides- concluded,: hat they were going ,1 They are rich In say minerals and Ins tlation Under the ,Kitchy Sink
water and foul to beautifulchannel
Sluurl, I'lorkla although rough
I most of the known vitamins -
river conditions messed things bass and nave a heck the outstanding exception Down tfe Drain With F d Wastes
up In the early part of the week of a swell trip. They Just didn't i 'vitamin
being C. They are easily
The condition of the lower river know nothln'. Ain't It, awful Notes \ /
digested and supply a high
'I very
I le terrible 80 bad that Bill Ernie,
,I MISS UICILE INSCOE quality of protein.

The tch Ki en Gray.T..who. .!Intended' : ..to..stay m. on 1,....:Kee-rect..I :._.._....;..............._........ll By In cooking eggs, use low temperature -
How will have your ? .
you eggs will.. result High temperature
Eat Your Tu ey IY er With U$ BEACH NEWSBy Now that eggs are more plentiful produces a though leathery pro- R/al
Fresh Fish Specialty .In the market, we can give duct. Don't boll your eggs, simmer ( China)
r them a "break" If they are them. Bake custards In a
Open Week Days A, M. 2 -- 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. Charlotte HellIer good one There are hundreds pan of water In a moderate oven SP IAL

CWCN ALL DAYVJNDAY II II.II l l 11111111.......II II l 11111111111111111111 111 1111 Ill ll 1111 IIIIII5I11111t 1I11111111111111111Ulllllllln 1515$$II of ways to use eggs and It shouldbe All egg dishes, as angel food Friday and aturday Only
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Gamble, who cake and meringue, also require 1
PUWSffASE A MEAL TICKtT" I i ihpont a criminal offense to let your
r : AND SAVE the winter here, left Friday I I BIB NEWSPRINT family become tired of them low temperature. FLOQ/1\AMPS/
Closed| All Day WedrksdayECeger for their home In.; Mounds,| when they are plentiful. Select your favorite egg dish

Bldg Oli;}pixie HighwayMother's III They were accompanied by'[I --- -- ---- and let's have It for supper Ind/ect L kiting
4r, and Mrs Alfred Mattson who
...- have been their guests for the PROFITS SCOREDSpecial asked for of a the Congressional situation Investigation Mrs. Phil Fagan of Jensen $31.90 Value /. ,.. ..\ Special $22.50
past month. Beach was In the office thisTILTON'S

Miss Connie Segerstrom, who --- Valu/ \Special
$27.00 .. $15.50
hiss been employed In the Western ( from The N. Y. Times\ )

Day Candy Union office in West Palm QUEBEC Kue. April 10 -
Beach left Tuesday for New ecord prosperity and enormous SUNDRIES
York City rot a visit with friends
profits enjoyed by Canadian
THE nox Tommy Helller, Jr.. who Is attending -
CY ojsjies ))1JNI) newsprint manufacturers may bet DRUG SW ES COSME

An / client Gift da, spent the the University Easter week of Flor-end I cause for gratification to security SUN TAN OIL S SHADES LASSESCANDIES Mar n County Electrk Co.

I with his parents, Mr and Mrs holders, but it cannot be TO JEWELRY ,
OTHER T. R Helller denied that some concern Is felt
PRALINES Mrs. B. M. Ivanek left by plane here as to the longterm wisdom.. '
r Dl VrCS, MEXICAN CREAMS from West Palm Beach Saturday ol the Industry's present price SODAS CREAM sw SANDWICHES) DEIIC/N BLDG. P NE 31
COCONt" 'IS. ?, BUTTER CUUNril for her home in Grand Rapids policy T YERS JAZINERiomi T/lOI

Mich. She has been visiting her That\ policy seems to be to
parents, Mr. and Mrs W. C. raise prices to IT. S. and Cana- BHg. Next to.P. O. Jen erNeach} APPLIANCES
\ Johnson, for Jkhe past three ''
s MILDRED .ATH'S weeks. 'I' dian publishers by successive 1 1Vl
i amounts .which evidenced by
Mr and Mrs Earl. Smith their as
"SWE1 daughter, Mrs H. D. Anderson huge profits reported, are wholly
,. and grandson left last week for' disproportionate to Increases In

Mains BUg. Fourth Street their home In Ashevllle N C, manufacturing costs. In brief f.I I
for the summer They will rev I the policy seems to be to get the
turn In the fall to their new maximum that the traffic will
'-- ---I II I
home In Rio. bear

Mr, and Mrs. Carl Fischer left Those here who are concerned
Tuesday for a visit with relatives for the long-term stability and
In Tampa. I
OAT RENTALS year-In-and-out prosperity of anIndustry
Mrs. A. Washlewskl and grandson -
I Arthur Rosky of Jersey City, 'that looms so large In

N. J", arrived Friday to spend I the economic life of this provincefeel
All Boats Powered By Inboard E ines ; the summer with her daughter, that In raising'the price by
: Mrs. Vlcl Rosky, at Wlnowlskls $29 a ton or by fully 51 per cent

j jI Summer cottages ttnce the beginning of last year '-" '\
Rates Now Elective I Louis Gamble Jr. spent Friday newsprint companies are taking /

I) f PerHr-- -* 1.00 irM.BO .S 1.75 with. Miss and his sister Saturday Gamble Miss accompaniedhim Verna in Sarasota Gamble I demand-short advantage of the supply current situation heavy bat do you think r rSfoad( $ make? What do you think they should make? (What ira the facts?

and In so doing may Just be
home tor a week.. visit with.. '
killing the that lays the
!I'' Per Iay\ -Hi 5.00/ y$; (j.00 $ 7.50 their Gamble.parents, Mr and Mrs. Lewis golden egg. goose Tb iiiblle tMnkt The ,uHic think 10% would N lair Actiulty the railroads iirnidonlj2Kli1S4l.

1- RAM. TO .P. Mrs T. R. Helller and daughter In the United States, according we m 15% .
Mary Ann and Miss Char- to press reports many small publishers -

I '/! Per '/. Day \ .V i0() s !3,50} Jj$; ,t 4.25 lotte Helller spent Saturday In are being driven to the Ti pmidt tsVnnfct, ( joi want,
I S A< M TO I P HI Ft. Pierce. wall by Inability to get newsprint -
I P. M TO H. M. Mr. and Mrs C. T. Tyndall of even at these almost prohibitive railroads seed to sari at 'lust

West Palm Beach spent Easter prices because of huge IV But estimates\ \bidKtti'tkitMM
Per Week / ;\|0 $;5.00 % ,15.00 with Mrs Tyndall parents Mr. tonnages that are being preempted -
I and Mrs W L. Fredricksen.. with the retMt height rats
I, RATES as were, by wealthier,
Mr and Mrs. John Tibbets,
Immeasurably';stronger publishers z. Incrust tin ntintfcf 1941 sib i iki
t who have spent the wjnter here
i I at Ocean Breeze and with their In New York Chicago and I only about hat tat ruplrrnirrt.\
1)) j niece Mrs. Rogert Clark and other United States cities I

family left' Monday for their Observers here feel that the
& ST./UCIE RIVElVCO. INC. home in Lexington Mass. day may come when... the little

Mrs. Adolph Hertel was hostess fellow's business may be soughtas

; 58 U. S. Highway o. 1 to her bridge club at Seymour's avidly as It Is now being Ignored -
J Tuesday afternoon. High Further, sharp expansionof
Stuart Florida scores were made by Mrs. R. 8 I profits It Is thought, will
1. Robertson and Mrs B. J, Ward. almost surely Invite further demands -
Others playing were Mrs. LewisGamble .
t South End of St. Lucie River Bridge for wage.. Increases, and In
: .
Mrs. Minnie Mrs
view of the well-known... I 15 % ,
If Iff Tony Emerson, Mrs Charles Nel- : tendency 2 3/4 ,
f of wages to remain high despitedownward
I ___ M>n, Mrs. Seymour Gideon. I trends In sales and

,1 I: when earnings the the newsprint time! may industry come Why it takes/% to (hake the '

I Stuart lumbing and Metal may advantageous find Itself operating in a much position less grade "

:: John Perry owner of the West Impartialeeeearchpolbshowthstonthe'effect\ for only part of 19s ut Bo when the railroads make only 2'<
ern Newspaper Union and a averagepeoplethinkwemakel6.Tbey'' in effect\ for all of 1947.; becal cents
on each $100
their net

t' chain of Florida newspapers; aim think a fair return would be 10$. increased special payroll taxes <0 Investment it *property
:, charges an International controlIn ;: and because of decline to1rbusinestv concerns jou,
AT a \
SERVICE the newsprint Industry and What We Make The funds for future new equipment

J that the big newspaper firms are But for the year 1946, with the biggest ndimptovemerttslnusteptrtetromtail'
seeking to monopolize and ch.nnel peace-time la'aftein history the rail- What Doei Thit Mean To:You ad earnings and also from Investors.f .'

t the newsprint supply and has rood earned only v 2 K%. This j The anawerll"J'Ientl"! Your standard will furnish money on reasonable
k if In
I less than one-lialf the comparable eej of living Is the highest In the world be. only they havk confidence'

I We Smokey Says: '\1.| ings for other industries, cause_ of MASS nooucnoN, But mass the l earnings of the raOrosds.

Appreciate' Fiat CAN M W T OUT) The reasons for this low i vet are production! would not be possible\ withOUt You IO* Another Stales In Tklt

.; o ttiae tANESt not bard to find. ,Since 1939 r I mass TtANflPOBTATIOlV Which the Even if yoVdd not anj jrsilrosd
: wages have increased 52/ioJ6jprices tbe' railroads provide at own
: low cost, stocks or boWs
J t' insorance compameeand
j Your Continued Patronage of fuel, materials an pis
'* have gone up 61ioS./ whP e I. Nftdd, savings bar\s do. So you sits have
; a spaaal; btteres%seeing thai Tha rsil-
But freight rates hare recently 'The kind of
jKt service four standard of
been : ,toads are aupwedlljpugb to da a food
increased an av Bge of o>ly )living requires take a lot of
l money for jois.., toe yass. X \
Vio-s year after thJMTective date new equipment and improvement *
1\\ Ws V' "and
I of,the last big wage i in e ,Berry out the a st-war Improvement are publishing c
t ,; BUILD) ON SERVICE for !better advertisements to talk wVi yoU
: What About his J'cart equipment tracks, hand about matter whjr ce Imper-

. I J t Y'I terminals-anoVmodern safety devices, a'' taM to everybody..
It bestimated thnhe return for 1947,, minimum return of 6j% i 1I-.cIod.,
I evea with the ufent height rate ism srd.? M. i..of, tie

eraase. will be fty about half the 6*,

1 l minimum ntfa required to provide

hone 1OO P.O.'Bo2SJ54G the improverAnto and set-vice needed! f
This will W/eceuea ef incnased cost ,
Having a plowtd er rmktd tra lash ol malarialand because '<
esn sravent Ira tram burning sp
tha w o.ew' tela s.one.o. (noted*n 1844, i
.. .. i ,
.., i

4 1 aV

THBt STUART .NEWS, STUART! ; "Martin. County,. florid\ ,THURSDAY! APRIL 10, 141 PAMJELEVEt:_, hTREE

- OItO"If! < SURVIVED> .1 -mimmiiiiMiiMiriiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiu Hanover where he was In the ted of Hanover and' 4 liter, '' I 1'1" ,

I woRTetyElLs .19 HMUJN' TOPIC:! 168 SEEK JOBS ....: : BETTER PHONE Obituaries1111I1111 insurance business and the Mrs. Lucy C. Lee, of Fredericksburg :4! it f 1,7J! ,
: -- town postmaster He Was a 3rd Va. M'Tlortda

--- 10- TrIfOwinf .' I Interest hM been displayed in -.. ,.,. I 11I11I 1 1 1 ill lltlll ll1l IIIllftlllllll l l 1 1 111I 1 1 1 1 III degree' Mason and a member of i.J; 'l I i111
Jacksonville, April "the aerie of sermons by visiting\ III THIS C1UNTY ., \!'" .. SUPERVISIONRECOMMENDED the American Legion ha a total acreage of I I
Ja major Florid\ totmn "mlnls"'ra11\ tne (Methodist t .,' He la survived by his son, X. t I t0ooioo
1 KUMMER JS,000,000. Of this acreage, 22,-
and I II ranked In' dollar" Church on "It I. Had, One Ser ... .. RITES Keith, Jrd; six brother, Dalton, I''
only by the toul'llttof.4..1 mon to Preaoh,* Michael arid\ Pope of Richmond acre or (9% are forest t !) '

I Income and 'vegetable' production i Next Sunday' hm.nlrh: pastor But N. Openings Arc Available ,. end Howard Francis and Card-I land \ I !
and cltru will I :. subject, EmpUynentService 1 HELD TUESDAYFred I' : ," ,
President A, Y. Milan 1 and in the mood of his, last sermon I I,

of the Florida State Chamber uk yourself 'i"What wouldbe There applicants; ;;;; listed 'I'allahasse.A; 10 The ASK ABOUT THE NEW SCOTCH LITE 'I'I 'In ':
last < are : '
try to
Raid today message my cannot be ,
orCO mmrroe" and f public protected O Kummei, 76, tot 38 I ,
--- no Job openings available In
-:-- --.'-" -- \
h against "poor telephone service"so a resident here, died Saturday
Martin County,.Horace B Jones year IGNS
of the Port Pleroe of. long as the State Railroad after a short Illness In the 1:1\1\
manager Commission la restricted to two ; ; :
Martin County Hospital. Funeral :
flee of the Florida State Employment
I Service, stated today" 11111 employee to supervise the entire service were held' Tuesday afternoon 2 sir Permanent Displ lli ,:1
:FU.TE and ENLEESl Jones said approximately 41 Florida oommunio Uon system Monday a at John Chapel with Son, ing New 1 a r .f p A It l I\\l!
special report presented the Rev. W O Aldrldge '
I of the Job former OtlClato\\ :t
applicant are to the 1947 Legislature by ing Burial wa In 1 I.

Engine g, S ying, Blue Prints I servicemen and nine are women the commission concluded. Cemetery with graveside service 1 ,
The Fort Pierce office of the Because of the very unsatisfactory by the Odd Fellows Lodge, I ,
FSES la carrying on an Intensive : >. BOXWELL
condition: \ which exists In Kummer born in ;
I Estima milted on Request I effort to line up more jobs was Berne, 1 1
for veterans and other Idle work Florida concerning telephoneand Switzerland April 17, 1870, and R BLDG. PHONE 103-M :

303 I every job opportunity In the area report, parent when he was 10 Then i I
t PHONES) BO veterans and other unem- should, make a special report family first settled down in ,| I, f ,
Iloyed coming to the office to and recommendation to the Buchanan, W Va, later DANCE CONTEST TONIGHT 11
( Legislature, with the hope that moved to CIncinnati. Kummer
file for unemployment '
i compen
will make adequate came hen In and for PRIZES TO THE WINNERS
nation may be referred to jobs M1v the Legislature 1911 many :t ) I -
promptly I provisions to meet the year was In the carpentering i
needs and requirements Incident business He was a member of ;
ot and Simmon I.
RK'S PAIN HOP The more job opportunities Larry
C / listed at employment service offices to the proper regulation of a the Odd ,Fellow. I '

R A&P STORE ON STREET the quicker the service can t"tremendously." expanded Indus He Is survived by his wife: a Entertain i .
sister, Mrs. Martha' Stetnert of
We prepared to he any type Job expedite employment of qualified The report declared the tele- I','
Cincinnati: three brothers, Ernest Paul .
persons and aid both employer phone department for the last Square Dance 'Jones oxtrot Waltxea "
of 8t Petersburg and Frank
AUT MOBU-TPAINTING qualifications and employee to ,the job In ,fitting Jones 24/ yean has consisted of two and Elbert of Cincinnati; a Stepson Orchestra ursdey d Saturday Nites ,

LET US MAKE TUE lLD CAR LOOK LIKE NEW said. employes The telephone Industry Milo White of Phoenix, Learn aturday Niles III
In Florida has nearly Aril a step-dauRhter, Mrs
NO JOB TQ y\ARGE OR TOO SMALL Job applicants Include professional 11 doubled its Investment ,since Clara; Rushing of Stuart, and FOLLOW T OWD FOR FUN TO FTOOTSIE's

EstimatgyreubmifBtd Without Obligation and managerial, I; clert- 1938, the report' continues. and three grandchildren, Mrs Ern-
ral' and sales I; service. 11: df today there are more than 439,- est Tyner, Stuart, Mrs, Rex I
W, RsCLARrt. Proprietor skilled, 12; semi-skilled, II; unskilled 887 telephones In use in the Rhoades and Warren White of CLUB
and t. ... ... PA '
11 agriculture __ _w... ,. State. Because of the tremens Phoenix. \
The most significant number ofsppucdnts '..
by Individual I occupations 1 The dotted line trace 'the dous expansion of the telephone 6Jfllei North of Stuart, Fed> al l Hi-way No. 1
Industry In this State during the
of auto which
nurse an plung. CHARLES MORGAN
found In the service,
are ed 23* feet down Huntington past 10 years,our present personnel TAKEN BY DEATH CI /wed Sunday \ Package Good
skilled semi skilled and
unskilled -
have been able to do little
OUR RINGS occupations. : Palisade, struck a, jutting ,; !
i cliff (eras mark two-thirds more than Investlgate'the more Charles Morgan, noted Chic --
Unemployment' compensation
/ the
A I payments;: In Martin I County dur ""ot the way down and crashed' pressing complaints" says ago architect and at one time ,
Distinct'a Into the RooMTelt Highwaynear report. an associate of Frank Lloyd
Wedding ing the week ending March 29 "
In recent rate hearings we
Santa Monica, Calif.Police Wright, was accidentally drown
amounted to $12650 and
Ban are Properly made to eight persons, two men laid Miss Frida Ho- have had few protests.the Our experience eel at Port Richey, Fla. Saturday ATTIC 'FANSr r
has been that pub-
Ai< sited With Fine and six women These recipient ktnxn, 47,.a nursemaid, told afternoon, according to word re-
lic, which la. most vitally concerned -
them she drove the elf *'
car eelved here
who by his daughter,
are registered as unemployed i
Is, nevertheless, unorganized '
Diamond* through no fault of their own the cliff but refused to ex.) and seldom comet for- Mr*. Arthur Dehon Details of Inch Rex 36 IncVHunter "y"
plain her action She was Injured the death were not immediately it.
and available for suitable
Kecogmtiortof this fact has enabled LA POINTE'Sto ployment classified em but not critically,. doe' ward In matters of this ,kind. known: here.
were aa pro- .
Therefore it Is of paramount Importance
tor laid 30 Inch Ventura
fesaolnal and managerial, one; that the regulatory Mr. Dehon and son, Arthur
acquire a i\f selection tEMEMBER the most clerical and sales, one; service, !Agency the people representative Jr, left by train Monday for

exquisite precii itoiuJi "Lest" without a wedding one: skilled two and unskilled, .the previous weelst when $108,887 In matters of this kind, Urbana, 111, where final rites I '
three. of will be held.Moraan SMALL FANS ,
Compensation non-
was paid.
hould be adequately staffed and H'I
hand displaying \witlf equal taste and richness.
veterans Is paid only to those 'We are doing everything pos- equipped to Insure them the was well-known '
who have earned credits In covered tlble to make this FSES office service having an office In the here'l
a \ID
type of to which they are '
LaPointe'. Diamon rigs and WeddingBands Match employment,, central community Job clearinghouse entitled." lice arcade about 10 years \
Exquisitely. ? Payment of unemployment where all employer and The commission recommended He was sroJg by the nation I JPPEdCSTAL I t
Compensation throughout' the all worker including veteran the supervision of telephone a of ideas Vi RON FANSWHIRVlNDORTABLE '
Watch firing Stat for the week ending March can get the beat employmeht results be lodged in a department con- and skill In scketchlng, and received .(i 4) ,
29 were $1115193, and were ;' Jones said, urging all applicants dating of a director paid at high praise In Chicagofor j ( FANS
Eltraviitg Crystal Fitted made to T,491. These figures do for jobs and orders for least $5000 a year, a technical an exhibit of sketches madeon
not Include alolwances paid to the filing of job opportunities to engineer three field engineersand a trip through EuropeAn NEW DAY LAOWER WITH MAYTAG '

.IS! ,500 unemployed veterans from' be made at the office at,127 South a secretary.. The program, example of his work Is the G INE MOTOR
T Federal funds which were $320 2nd 8t Job order also will betaken nays the report, would cost $40,- Arthur Dehon home In Stuart. :
ill during the same period. over telephone 506. 000 the first year and $37,500 for "7" e
Non-veteran payments the second year of the biennium. VIRGINIA VISITOR AlVlANCE '"''f 'I II': I 4 ,
throughout the State for the DIES HERE '
I $7S HOMESTEAD The program, If put Into effect : ... ; ,
//LaPOINT- Increase
week reflected an over -
would result In greatly Improved ", I !I
.' Keith Taylor Jr. a visitor I I'
T Tax Collector A. C. Coursoni telephone service, concludes the ]
'" office ted here for the past three weeks
repor yesterday that I
Imported and Costume Jew'1 friends" approximately 975 homestead reportDRllGSAFETY from Hanover, Va* died of a UTO---
The Wesleyan Guild have tax exemption were' filed there heart' attack Tuesday morning .
VICTORY ARCADE charge of the evening servicewhen prior to the April 1 deadline, It the Stuart Villa Apartments I ,
STUART,\FLA. Mr Aldrldge will preach This compare with (35 who filed He had been In 111 health for a '
-Womanhood Su) reme", last year rear His body will be returnedto IADIO AND APPLIANCE
An office spokesman said this Virginia for funeral services '

eligible year'a' total and that includes not more nearly thana all KIWANIS THEMEAT and Mr burial Taylor In Harrlaonburg lived here a, year j I1 20/Oaceola Ave, Opposite CityVire Dept. ,0 ii1',] ,I II!

HAVE THE dozen eligibles failed to file In 1925 but then returned to I t'f l'

final figures on this filing will FRIDAY MEET .
not be available before June, it ;, I'I.I
was repo rted.Courson" ,

office also stated Safe driving by educated driven 'I ; If
that 192 widows and la
disability the theme of the : I
was program It
were filed before the I '
\ ON YOUr STREET deadline at the weekly Kiwanis Club \ .:
luncheon meeting Friday at the ;

SAUNDERS TO BE HOST y/omans Club. .
State Highway Patrolman \0 OV'o "
H. McRae Saunders..Seaboard .!
Warren Button stationed in i
Railway agricultural agent sta- Stuart spoke briefly to the efect \Ora 1 I:11
a1 tioned In Indlantown, will be that he and his fellow officers o i ; 1
'r host to 10' other of the roadi are much'more Interested In ilk ti i : (

agents at a two-day meeting seeking to avoid accident and t 1, 4'k' I .
April 24 and 25. traffic violations than In making c t 1 k
--- -- -
arrests He also\ urged rules Ir ';.1:1
uf the road be known and understood I ,

t- .' MORE THAN AN potential by driver everyone, and told who of la the a v Ig Itf Itfmoat ;

ORDINARY possibility of the establishmenthere i :

II R PAINT \ 1 O 1 of a school for teaching the everyone wlllVhen you're .
IT'PROTECTSMUCH 1 rules for safe driving
Afterwards club member and wearing JohnnyrVmlor'. lonf y l i''
t their seven guests tried their i e

1 LONGER hand at a safety quls Each per torso dres cut In sulinier'* '
PITTSBURGHPLASTIC ion was urgdd to participate for ,
TBE u now avaflabU in a 1 possible 100 point score and caching .ilho lie ,. 7.'- O'e,' o r 0 ,' -
vakety of translujcent color the prize for having a top score < Ay wi< 1 r, ,
for\hit wall an J ceiling of Qf 95 was awarded club president Cuta..., peplum and i"lrt 'n I

bat oems, kitcHbns, recreation out that Lon such Tyson.a It test was In pointed such a low ,Peter Pan collar InVost ty w + v let It
/ The icientificVVtaiJ of BPS HOUSE
making PAINT \ooms
new beauty parlor, of the best 5 '
gathering I II one ways _
gives it the unusua mooch, glosty finish the attractive recta ants. et tcf This tile I is in which to educate the driving ohltt eyelets, bare.. oed 'ti + : arc S ''til t
the I t/jch 1 i. easily ..
warm o public, S e -
appearance < f am Vie, outstanding durability to much cUanel witkf damp cloth, bodice wild dim skirt do V's t c

desired by homejfwnefl cannot rack/chip, peel or GIRL; TO BE INITIATED In merry dngln6-In-the-r.In I t ?
sweat, VU d/rability mean
dl bJkuty for Tallahassee, April 10 Doris tear II for cool I comfort.. \ ? d .
tThe sparkling Jfeauty ofVour house v when painted with year your Dubois of Jupiter la one of print. Y .a1. i .
horn or\c rcial estab-
BPS HOUSE PmHl will ma\e you more proud of your dome lishmenlAsphallf.
than national home economic honorary v k i !}
b wonderful '
ever ore, til. in easy-to- for '
clean col s can ba laid on society at Florida State w .I'S I
College for Women here< The WMhabllltytPARTMENT I ,
ONLY\530 PER GAL your batMom F1 and kitchen society this week If\ celebrating
floor .
tie 25th anniversary on this $10.95. '

'W Jflolr* can b. expertly ampus.: :

OUR |ndeand.fmistied..
You c ss t\e kind Of finish ."
ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION SERVICE t stop, Wkahto,, lac- 14th annual-Little Inter

WILL PKASE YOU .. quer, ella, kamiah; lm> national Livestock Show will beheld
aoos>; h
or to ..inationf thereof. AHr "
on the University! of Flor- r "
24 HOUrlbERVICE coats | buffo Ida campus In Gainesville\ Bat ':'P'' j,
a F t .rent I Ie sponsored, by the Florida
R s elean.d: ickup: andTacked chapter o( the Block and Bridle :
deli --ae Club of which Jim Uttman and.Harotid 51 y yI : f

car |ta' cleaned V>n floor \ R. John of Stuart are, S I ', ;

Car ling cut ancf\aid, nembersMOVIUAYAILAKUC..,
lung aad liaising
... : .
EXCEPT: SUNDAY m > for rent, .
'Winter Park 'I -The In.rAmericaa .
: arbtftta price?wi\ sweet Centre Aprt1' at Rollins : :
) a >m4M>ttt>oa. \ announced that It S UAlT'i
Bess:: Hardware'0': College today
: rg K* tD of 'K\rtm lad on deposit a number of moving' *
picture on LaunAmericawhich ,
CMeaers Is ars'o -
unby' ,
/ r art available' free of

Iwliest t Niu 44D?' 1.38' Box;N lhv. ia auttter4sed Ma tm 1 Cognty.repe'e' .- iJvto charge groups to clubs' ,throughout' educational.and the STORE

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1 P f AM TWELVE THE: STUART NEWS, STtAlT. Marlin County, Blonds, THURSDAY.. APRIL 11 1H1


: ,1 New items for this paper must reach the news,.,

I : SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK.. STUART t Home Telephone office before 35-W. : nooa" on Wednesday Office phone-*.


1 e Mr*. Herbert BrUner and Mrs. !j I Mr. and Mrs. 0 M. Walker en-(1 j MANY )STUDENTS HOME Stuart. Women Plan To Attend I MEETS IN PALM CITY HOMESITE HERE Mrs. A. 0, pittman' _wcharge \:
i t Cap and Mrs. A A. Schaererof of: the April
Darnel Meggett entertained at rtutned t at a Sunday dinner i Although the University of The Palm City Home Demon Detroit this week purchased the Womans meeting 0
!I their California Axe home Tuesday party\ Ml. and Mrs. Ransom TilI .1 Florida and the Florida State Federation West Palm stration Club met at the home through the MaPP' Realty office of the!: Baptist Church Missionary at thVu VIIltIo

night at a covered dish. sup- I,; ton and ton. Randy,.of Jensen[College did not declare'a holiday Meeting of Mrs. Jack Llik on April 7 10 acres of land on the South nee Tuesday afternoon. Mnl
t ]per for the Las Amlgaa Circleof Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Troxel I Tor Easter many Martin county An educational motion picturein Fork of the St. Lucie River. They Burge conducted the detotM
the Bap.Ist Mlslsonarjr Union. lot New Jersey and their ion I students treked home last weekend technicolor on the preservation plan to build a home on the: al after which the group ]o2
Mrs. Charles Jackson led the ,, Teddy Joe. and Elwin Coutant.,[ for visits with their families With the annual convention go for special event and other of food by freezing was riverfront next year and are living -, In the mlslson study, "rj2
cf the Florida Federation of club members
devotional program after which,I' Their nclce and her husband ,>The State University ha set are now making shown by Mr. Kraaell, Public on their boat at the propertyat People In .Europe Mr* ,
I Clubs go
Women meeting in West motor for
he mlsison study of "Europe Mr, and Mrs; A. H. Talley of, April 17 for a four-day spring up parties past-time Relation man for the Florida present gess,"'president, presided
Palm Beach April 22-24, attendance 0\111
i' and Russia" was presented .by' Miami were overnight) guests holiday when others will close groupsof Power' add Light Company A business session at which '
Miss Lucile Inscoe program. Wednesday: I I tlielr, books for a long week end. Stuart club women are planning The Palm Beaches have arranged short business meeting followedthe MENNINGERS ARE were discussed for the pfe
to attend various session a filll schedule of ease
I chairman Others taking part --- -- I, From Gainesville came Charles serving ot'dellclous refreshment HONORED AT PARTY tainment of the flve-counly,1II1,
driving from bom and back tertainment with I
4 ,{were. Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee. Miss Mr. and Mrs John M. Law Coutant to visit his mother Mr*. sight-seeing *, and Mrs. Edwin A. Men- dlan River Missionary
each The local tours, and Mr. Uiw
day. president banquets an 'after-
Olney Eurlt Mrs. Arnold BjuerMrs. have rented the John iNewnhim Edna Coutant Dale Hipson, son Those present were Mrs. Syl-
; here 24.
honored at., April Other
I Jr. were taking
Mrs. E. A. Mennlnger, will be noon at the Norton Art Galleryto nlnger kr,
Walton Park. Mm Charles residence at California and West ut Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Epson, vanus Crews Mrs. Henry Crews. dessert-bridge party Thursday' in the meeting were Mrs,
!1'Itus. Miss Pearl{ O'Nodi and Mrs 5th 814 and expect to move and Bud Chappelka to visit his there for the formal opening be sandwiched between mornIng Mrs. O. B. Cadwell Mrs. Steve at the home of his parents: Jackson, Mrs. Charles \ I,
I Tuesday night when Dr Kathryn afternoon and night programs night McUi
Dorothy PIerce. within a week or two. family the A. J. Chappelkaa Mrs W DeLong. Mn
Abbey Hanna of Rollins Collegewill to Include authorities and Blasko Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mennlnger Mrs. W.O.. .Penney, Mrs, Wta
I 1 r ---.Doles prep students from Jack Evabelle Felnauer, Mrs. Ralph .
feature the program Dr. outstanding speakers on the Issues In st. Lucie Estates, Others attending McClure>: Mrs, L. C KlckUfe
sonville Included Evans Crary Mallory, Mrs H. L Packard Mrs.
Mr. and MrS. John Mrs Hastings Munch k
Hanna needs no Introduction In of the day were and .
I WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF Jr,John Priestman and Sonny George Smith, Mrs. R. R. Wallace
Florida a* she has distinguished Mrs. L, J. McCaffrey of Miami. U.Mennlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- J, f |
Kraft and St. Leo Prep boys were Mrs. Elaine Gregory, Mrs.Mary .BJakeIlee.'f'>
JCLLY AND MARMALADES 1 herself In national and Inter Florida Federation president ard Steffans Mr. and Mrs. Richard -
I fob Diamond of Hobe Daniel, Mrs.
Sound Porter, Mrs.
MANY NEW NOVELTIES national field a* writer, lecturer will preside Wednesday, with Ashley, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Linda Miller Who has .ba
Don Hartman and Dan Mlnne- Burdick Miss viola Kreider, Mrs
and teacher. Mrs. A. T. MacKay, lit vice- Dehon, Mr. and Mr*. Herbert >(citing! her granparcnls, Mr b
\ "/ han Susan Roy student at the Elizabeth Mn Anna B.
E ALSO SHIP FRUIT Mr. and Mn Richard Mrs. L. 'C. Klckllter,
Mrs. Ralph W. Hartman, past president, assisting The Pennsylvania Mrs. Bruner return
Rosarlan Academy at West Palm Cay, Mr* B. Raulerson
president of the Stuart club and Hotel Is convention I Dozier and Mr and Mrs. Carroll Thursday to her home In )11II
ANYWHERE Beach, spent Eas.er with her, Vermele Baker, Mrs. Julia Lane, bourne.
I mother at Hobe Sound, I put federation director pf District headquarters with the George and Miss Lucile Inscoe, Home I.Ireland -- --'- \
II IIIi Ed's Fruii Ben Arbogast now a thirdclansman 10 will attend the entire Washington Hotel taking the Demonstration Agent. Mrs.
a ixNoveIty ShopFLOWERS I convention; Mrs. Stanley Kit-
at The Citadel at Charleston Lynch and Miss DaNlto. Deno
Was the guest of his ching, Mrs. Luther Damron and overflow Sessions will be conducted were visitors Open Daily 2AS
Ii GAR NFIELD, Owner Mr. and Mrs C. B. Arbogast Mr. H. H. Epson, past presidents at the Woman Club The next meeting of the club "IIII" YJII '""llllb I Movies Are Your
IiI C r 2nd St. .. ederal Highway for a long week and Bob Harrell of the club here plan to Building near the two hotels will be Monday. May a, at the Entertainment V j
J came all the way from Oxford home of Mn Cadwell. ,
Miami University WESLEYAN MEETS
Mr*. H. H. Epson wa hostess, GUILD
The Stetson University students In a simple double-ring ceremony -
For All OCCASIONS who are. more frequent at the Baptist Church: March 29 at a dessert bridge at The Wesleyan Service Guild of
: visitors In Stuartdue to the Thursday night Peggy Coley her home on Rlvervlew Road. the Methodist Church held the
j I BOUQUETS I!shorter distance journeyed from : daughter of Mr. and Mr*. E. L i Prizes for high score went to monthly meeting Thursday night.
CORSAGES CUT FL DeLand to join In the Easter Coley, became the bride of Sgt. Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe Mrs. Instead of the usual program
FLORAL ARRANCEMEN] season social event. They Includd Eugene Bennett of Boca Raton. Lloyd Claff and Mrs Stanley the members attended the Ira"
Jack Boggess Jack Hartman ,The Rev Phil Maxwell\ officiated] Kitching. Others present were presslve candlelight service at
DlsMESTIC and IMPORT fRAMICS Joe Courson Henry Beckman The bride wore a suit of navy Mn Claff house guest, Mrs.' the church which was a reception -
Bob Knowles Don Burroughs blue crepe with white satin rib- William O Alexander of Chicago for new members, baptism
SMIT FL & atid Sara Rollins. bon trim and white accessories Mrs. Howard Neall. Mrs J. E.: and a celebration of the Lords
i GIFT SHOP A pearl choker was a gift of the Taylor Mrs. Stanley Smith, Mrs. Supper. Three of the guild mem-
I IRE FLOWERS ROTIIS ENTERTAIN : :room. She carried a corsage of John H. Thelss. Mrs. R. O. Jud-' members were received, Into the
< Mr and Mrs. Carl Roth enter- ardenlas; son, Mn William Matherson.' church.tAt ,.
Arcade RUf, Tlh St"t Pierce Phone 310-J tained at dinner Saturday nightat Mr. and Mn Arthur Hunter Mrs Talmadge Wilson and her: the conclusion of the church UPrea

their Tropical Farms home attended the bridal couple and mother, Mn F. K. Mason service guild member went to ale
---- for vacationing students, Bob the. wedding was witnessed by I the home of Mn Clara Chandlerfor
I, :, ,Harrell Miami University senior the family and a few friends. Mr and Mrs. T. C. Collins of' a short business meeting The
.,t'I V horn Oxford, Ohio. and John After a brief honeymoon In Palm Lake Worth spent the Easter dining table was cleverly and i
Priestman Boles School senior Beach Sgt. and Mrs Bennett week end with her parents. Mr. beautifully decorated In the Easter d ?

I j''' Somclhing's Missing..if 'ur v (Idi from Jacksonville Others pre- went to Boca Raton where they and Mrs. H. C. Beckman. The theme and favors of crepe J
y sent were Dot Sullivan and Sara will make their home Beckman's also had their son, paper parasol were given each L
',I, Lou RothFARFHEIX. Mrs., Bennett attended the Henry, Jr., home from Stetsonfor guest Mrs Chandler was assisted -
doesn't have a bracelet by Martin County High School and the Easter holiday and have In serving refreshments. by lop fit
FOR 1 II well-know here. Her husband a* their house guest for a month Mrs. Diantha Pirtle and Mrs
I. PAIL GERHARDA is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Miss Alice Leterson of Leonla, Margaret O'Connar.
farewell dinner N. J. She Is the.daughter of 1 O '
party was i Bennett of Plainfield III, anda a aeno r'e '
given In honor of Paul Oehard graduate of Yorkvllle High girlhood classmate of Mrs. Beckman Crary senior at x :, MttAro
Thursday night by Mr. and Mrs. School there. He Is with Army Bole School In Jacksonville,
Albert Hackett at their home, Air Force came down to Stuart to Join his SATURIi Y and SUNDAY, APRIL 12th and 13th
68 West 4th St Mr. Gerhard Mr. and Mn Fred 6 Kftapp 1 parents on the trip to Tallahassee -
I plans to leave by plane from TROOP GIRL SCOUTS of Lakewood Ohio purchasednine where he will see his father JIMMY SfcWART'S HER! IN HIS NEW PICTURE!
1I New York City the last of this BOTTLE SHARK OIL lots In Block 4 of Rio St. sworn In a* Senator Tuesday at
I week for Europe where he will Girl Scouts of Troop i met at Lucie Subdivision from Mr and the opening of the State Legislature -
visit his mother: and sister near he Woman Club Tuesday with Mrs. Bernard Falrtalx Mr. and The family will be Joined
Paris for six weeks before returning their leaders and program consultants Mr*. Fairfax purchased the lot there by Bill Crary who will flyover 114i lye
"to? Stuart. Others present Mrs. J. r. Bozone, Mrs. last month from the Amsterdam from Boles. L
were Mr. Oerhard's aunt andMr. M. J. Morrison Mn P, M. Met Development and Sales Company o' a+MP iRT xkmRFT.aOCNEI
and Mrs. Daniel' W, Fagen .
Cullough Mrs. John Mann.
I II II : The music group responded to .... 1 RRVMCIE'1891t1t; MIfCNEII RE1111R1VEakA
a call for assistance by Ml** Mary Children of the primary and
51 > ihackelford, Red Cross secretary beginners' department of the iltfi Rs t11 E Htta BnUlXI f&,1 at WOO ;
and went to the Red Cross Presbyterian Sunday School were 'rfiinw s MikiftinniMiii MiriM flDDI
$9 J I wiCH-l MM-S'-n- > ( fflNH
office to bottle shark oil capsules entertained !at an Easter egg
hunt at the home of Mr. and MONDAY anTUfSDAY, APRIL "l4th and ISAWEIfand '
l STUART The same work wa done Tuesday jrnIS
You're mieein; luxury. Mr, Fred L. Hall '
!.i J rw.lad JJ and WeoneMwlast! week by JBaturday
I the kind only a SpndVI u," SINCE the nature group j ternoon.

bracelet provides. Comfort Xt 1912i Mrs. McCullough worked with Mr. D. L.-e-Williams, who at'I'I 1
the health and safety group at
t been 111 at her Akron Ave
that only exclusive the.. club and Mrs. Bozone took for several month, suffered
"VelvetAction"Pntmion the nature group for a tree-Iden. ASST TsAx
can give relapse last week and was
tifying hike concluding the tour TITLSvt
bemuse pridel at her home In Bessey Addition en Miami to the Sunday Edgewater Her address tak-I AT 0145

I t bracelet enn'l fall off or s.wrist. = where the girl enjoyed an Easter U 162 N & 49th Street Rows
egg hunt and refreshments. ... : TI izesuiANCi
I ff I II And, you're nwwing world 30 lapse Mrs. H. J.Be.e"as: broughtMODd"y RIDA

I I II of value breauM /st S9 (including GA'S MEET MONDAYThe from St. Mary' Hospital

I I II 1 1I Federal Ta) th /'e oothing'to entalsIn Monday Alda afternoon Orayson at the OA's Baptist met In West Palm Beach to the ST CT CO.

I '. ...4 approach a Spe/el band! Crt one annex. After group singing., Stuart here hospital she will After be a allowed few daysrest to JIM r it .NDT..w1aTYAaT. ,'--. .13
"We've A
Story to Tell the Nations have ., Oa1DA
'j i todav. 1/20/ 1 I/1. gold-filled top. tor Infl alien .* Joyce Edenfleld read the company..... a r-- '

I stainless sir/ back. Real Estst Insurance tiripture rectlon Story lesson," from"The the Resur'14th Mr*. L. E. Ashley left Tuesday IIUE ELEIEAnnabellachard
''j I'' chapter of Mark. The mission for New Orleans where ahew UJill IIll1111I111I1111111111I1 IIIiIl1111111If1 '
e of e Join Mr. and Mrs. Don Innes agl

'j.I' C, & E. Walker Je clersI JOE .E.'TA LOR A the book World following on China Away"members"Neighbors was-studied: Georgia Half by on home their In California.return trip She to will their remain es broken! Conte i

I 247 0/cola Ave. Stuart) Fla. I'I' One a 1941 Patty Evans,Luckey Pam Cross, Zola, Muncy Mae Blakeslee Boyd- she twin expects there to until be joined June I by when her Let us epair them for Frank Lath + Yth1U faqir I,Y1h.na
r ; -STUART sons Ensign Jack and Jim, =
Jollne Klckllter Joyce Eden- llIR(Millet r ., I N ighsde
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I 4 ________ ._._ __., __ _. .. __ ____ field and Isabel Mathen, and the who will be released. by the Navy = you ate e. Our o w
last of 4
the leaders, Mrs. J. P. Blakes- May. THURS, APRIL Ifitsind I7th
lee o -e- clan can replace he
and Mrs.:L C KlckUter Mr and Mrs. Dalton Anderson

A party for all OA girls will and son Dale, made a weekend broken ben w'out a =_ Row snviAi. ANN
I be given at the annex Monday trip to Valdosta, Oa, to visit her YOUNG SIDNEYrffcllARDS'
ANNOUNCING afternoon. The losing team In mother Mr*. R. L, DeLoach Mrs. prescription do the
he; membership contest will fete DeLoach returned home with job qujclmly r RAL w ALLir.LiILIAN .
the winners Jane Morrison was them for a three-week visit in
V elader of the winning side and their new home on Camden Ave.

THE' OPENING OF Georgia Evans was losing I leader. -' .... The e oil I
Elliott president of the Ad-
Jim Walker junior at Battle dressograph IIrLI AMANDUMIt
Corporation, and {
Creek Academy In Franklin, Mr 132 2ND STR TOrtP .
Elliott of Waiertown, Conn., + DIGGES w .r.
Tenn., spent. a five day Easter have bought the'' Earl Dugan Ieree
"T 'E CO A holiday with a classmate at : home at Port Sewall for a winter Fl di'Bi'Sak Buildi

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FIRES COSTLY fry, according to statistics released miiiiiiiimiiuiiiiimiiiHiiiiiimiiimiiNEWS BARRED FROM STUNT her home In Hammond,La,after: Government based on principles Myakka River State Park Is ",1)1) I '_ 1''i

by the fire control branchof OF 'visiting a number of weeks with i IMPROVEMENTSON of democracy are Inseparable: near Sarasota I f i,M 1.
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T&11abgseee. April lC1-IfDw the Florid J'oree8enIce.. her lister and husband. Dr. and: "Our republic and Its press wW i' : Jt Ii

ode fires art to Floridadotroers Daring February there were Indian River Drive Mrs 3. A. Oatlin. In Eldred. I raise or fall together. L OF 1'1 ,1"" '
II shown l by the 818,- 7" wood fire which burned Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur Gifford OKEECHOBEEISLES The quotation appears across AMOOSEER : I 1 '

die caused during F.bru- SI, OJ tent.COMMERCIAL By VIVA CLARKIiillilIIIIIIllilltlllllllllltllllltittlllilhill: Walton and Meridian, Miss. and a picture of the Statue of Liberty eT T LODG[ f.iJ t .1
? the / :
pedestal of wnicn was erect- i aceDAYS J I "
Mrs. Clifford's sister Mrs W. J. FAVORED ed by means of funds: raised I.e ', "
OLD WALTON CLUB Anderson Laurel, Miss, are leaving j through Pulitzer's efforts. The Hall 1 ,I ,
and AERIAL nIQPIr'Ns. s
IUtORGANlZEDReorpnizatioD this week for their respective portrait Is from a painting by :1 f. t
of the old Walton homes after the winter season John Singer Sargent, : rl ,
PHOTOS Club highlighted a here. The Glffords Dave rented Improvement on Kreamer
t in the club house last Wednesday their Walton residence to Mr. Rltta and Terry Islands In Lake ': : r t,.

PHOTOCRAPHSSyiLL HELP YOU MAJUfTHAT nlgltt. The club will be knownas and Mrs. Jack Baun. Mr. Baun Okeechobee northwest of Belle GU INTEED WATCH REPAIRS II'J'' '
will have 1 ;
the Walton-Eden Property t charge of, the landscaping W ,
for the Glade have found favor with
PROMPT EFFICIEl5WEpie GUARANTEED Owners Club. development la new Fort ocean Pierce.beach district division engineer of the 3 DAY SERVICETHEvJEWEl : : II '

Dr. E.: L, Dennison was elected War Department stationed In At- (.: :( :

president W. H. Lennard, treasurer lanta. The action follows adopt-
TROP 0 SHOP and Mrs. Louis Bell Eda- EDENLAWNMr. ion 6f a report on the situation HII:1 ,
and Mrs: Victor Oonldln j L I' 1"" '
son secretary.Each on these Islands: by the Committee r t
dg, Next Western Union Dumond Merwln and Arthur 132 N. Second StrlIntfc Fort Pierce Florid ,
Krue man present gave tl to Phillips have returned from on Rivers and Harbors In the II y' I fl'
have the electric lights turnedon National House of Representatives. q ., ":
few day's trip to St. Petersburg o Bank" Building ,
proceeds being sufficient +I where they motored taking Mr. 't .
PAITE0ADVRiISHIO to carry these facilities for a and Mrs. C. Thomas.. Mr. and Specifically the Improvements it"", ''i ,
would consist of building leavees
year. Mrs. Thomas ii 'j, ,' l'
of the
were guests
Next Saturda\r'wu set aside for around each of these islands: at "
a cleanup Interested Contains and from the same an, estimated total first cost of Ba if- II IIIi f
will party.lend Everyone a hand to- town, Sauk Center, Minn. $260,700. These levees would pre- oom Tile anchrVsphalt Tile I '; ; I''i'I
Mr. and Mrs. "deter Conkllo
t make this club one of the delightful Instigators of much social acti-, water vent overflow control on, and each provide!Island.for* Also Sup of Belgial: Tile in v ryous eo i Illi.j{ 1 I""r fijl'jjl
spots, both inside and
vity In the Edenlawn colony, However, the recommendation and 3/IS Commercial '
out, where entertainments
and called the clan together for a stipulates that local Interests INS LATIONS and SA

00 0IP Dt IE 4uWAYIT dominating good fellowship features.will be pre-. wood fish fry on their patio at Red- should contribute two-thirds: of Tile Baths rainboards aJrchet ofONSTRUCT1ON ; :
cottage recently.
Bell Edason heads: the cleanup the first cost, provide free of err '
committee and his assistants Invited for the occasion were charge to the Federal Govern- FORT PIERCE TIL : CO. J \
Dr. and Mrs. Casa Collier Miss
are Lane --. ment all lands necessary to the
Jennings, Charles
Florence Collier, Mrs. Florere j
Moehel and Mrs. Griffith. Mrs. I work, provide necessary Interior ;rrt.
Leland Hubbard ,JOSEPHINE BEROSINI Cave Miss Annette Cave, Mr. water control works, maintain I .
tertainment chairman was with Mrs.en- and Mrs. Harvey Merwin, Dum and operate the improvements P. O. Bo: 81 Phone 787 1 t. 18th St, Fort Pierce 'I : .,' ,tJ .
Edason, Mrs. R. H. Escott. and Miss Berorinl, tl, a native .( ond Merwin,Arthur Phillips Mrs. upon completion and keep the I 1 t 'p5 d
Czechoslovakia, wants to walka Viva Clark Roat and Mr. and Federal Government from liability 1 ,
TO. REPA YOUR Mrs.ants.Barbara Feraon. her assist tight wire across Niagara Mrs. Lawrence Stephens, from in the works as a result of --, i"I A/: 7 I
For the meeting Falls, but the (alb eommbslon Black Duck. Wan Mr. and Mrs the Improvements. d "

HOME everyone box lunch.is Mrs.requested Charles Saturday to Moehle bringa I has denied\ permission, Stephens of the have Hendry been cottage occupyingone ) in able The comment action has In received this area favor-, but ::: From where I sit..Jy Marshl \ t/A ?,i I.w -I

Jensen Beach. doubts have been cast on Its .i
will furnish the coffee. rM' I..H':11'
been occupying the Jennings ,
EE US FOR Mr. and Mrs. Robert feasibility due to the imposing !
Morganare apartment in Walton during the : ) '
Employes and their familiesof
$173,800 which would be required /I
motoring to Walton from And That '\
season, have returned to their Ain't
Spertl! Foods, Inc, spent a Hay ;
Mlddletown Conn., where to be raised locally to supportthe ,' \t: "
they \ I'
homes. :;" I
REPAIR U INC NEEDS pleasant Easter by plcnlclng on project. However, an official
will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. '
Leland Hubbard. Their arrival Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reldel Hutchinson Island. A special local reply Is expected soon.JOURNALIST -Or Is It? \\ : j ,
OUR AIM TO PLEASE Belle Glade, purchasers of 1,200 feature was an Easter egg roll} for '" i.I i.i ,
Is Mrs..
anticipated tomorrow. II'
Teet of river frontage adjoiningthe the children. i J. '"
: .
Morgan Is Mrs. Hubbard's sister. I
Mrs. Harry Chllds and her Jennings property on the Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Henninger! gases all of uJyretly (linker, and eon boras by way of Po I I'' !,
north, have taken the Jennings and their two daughters Linda IS Vr "
from time time J
niece Miss Janet McKenzie to the food Ridge nine miles In I. ''I I
apartment, conveniently locatedfor and-Jean are leaving for their r" ,
old days and the \pai ,
spending the In exciting sn might "
season Palm very
them to oversee the develop- y I
In Chicago. have'.pent
Cas um Co.Is Beach were at Mrs Child's homein ment of their holdings which two months at They their homeIn ON NEW STAMPA fashioned plcunrc etways, say. Bat from whainsit It's not Sfi' M"" j..
Ankona Tuesday. The last of now are mapped for a distinctive Eden. I' Buddy Richards done a rlving excitement thjI Vo peed theM \ a
April will see them In their community of small homes for Mr. and Mrs. C. Toler from business reviving the o\)imp days--but w simple country ) ; I''

/ill Doing Its Beat. To Supp \You northern home in Old Greenwich winter guests. Charleston, N. C, and Mr. and I harride. pleas hat are part and parcel 7 't' ( j. is "j
PHONE 66 Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Velk and Mrs Lake and their two children! new 3-cent V. 8. postage With a team of homes, an of affiierlca-the old-fashioned IV', I I IIt
As a farewell to Mr. and Mrs. son Edward. Jr., have returnedto Louise and Sloppy, were visitorsof stamp commemorating Joseph stout straw-bedded rack, Buddl yrido,with Its song and Jollity; I j

Charles Sniper and 'Mrs. Bar- Port Chester, N. T, after a Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Escott Pulitzer who founded the Col- can take a> many ai thirty a j the horseshoe garnet; the friendly 7 fi fiat :,: .
bara Sniper who left for their umbia University r a d u ate '
lengthy visit with Mr and Mrs.Don. '
Sunday. fifty cents a head! [law of bawl) and the good comtiouhlp '
home in Pulaski, N. T, last week:, J. Jtomanello In Eldred.Mr. Other 'visitors of Mr. and Mrs. School of Journalism is expected that 't; I :
after the season here, Mr. and and Mrs. C. H. Conant, R. H. Esoott Saturday were Mr. to be available In aU Post Offices Two or three tinrvXreek they they engender.iucl ,: bA :

SEND IT TO THE Mrs. George Casper entertained after spending the winter at and Mrs.Stevens from Minnesota tomorrow or very soon thereafter.The ;start from Town ( u 1, and to out t ,
with a patio supper last Sunday their home In Eden left last apd Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones from new Issue was' placed on along the rl stop for a friendly
evening. Other guests were week for Lancaster. Pa, where Kentucky.Mr. sale today In New York City. glass oLKer it Shore ids Tavern; ii', i !
LAUNDRYPh Mr. and Mn. Louis Bell Edason they will visit their son-in-law and Mrs. L. D. Babcock The design for the stamp was I ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ryan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. and their two children, Frank submitted to postal officials by I ) t
from Philadelphia.MRS. E. Carlson, before proceeding to Draper and Sara Jane, spent the Cart W. Ackerman, dean of the c.Ii,1947, Mott. Brmtrl Fmutjalic {

ne 87 H. A. ROE?! their summer residence In Chicago week end at the home of Mra. school Pulitzer founded. It is I'I'I '
NAMED OUTSTANDING Ruth W. Richards on the Indian purple In color and of special ,
SERVICE MOTHERMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Knauss River Drive In Eden. delivery site. A portrait of the I

ANa .H. A. Korpl of Walton has of Syracuse N. T, stopping at Mr. and Mrs. W O. Nicker- famed Journalist first to be hon. Your i idle '
been selected as the outstanding the Breakers Hotel In Palm son have adopted a baby girl ored on an American. stamp mphey :
Beach paid a 'visit to Mr. and named Amy Ruth. Mrs. Nicker- forms the central design In an ? I
service mother of Florida the ;
I P.ICK.IW ,.,. ,.- Checkerboard 'lamtIoreIThe by Mrs., W..r, Cochraoe In Ankona eon le formerly from Eden. Her oval at the right.The rest of the I.1 'V
announcement was given on last week. Later Mr. and Mrs. mother Is Mrs Ruth W. Richards space at the left la devoted to a \ Caneam ; ,I. : M
quotation of Pulitzer expressing ,
Cochrane Joined them at the of Eden. '. '
WIRA Mrs 'If
r Laundry presented a M-plece< ; Korpl flat silver was Breakers for luncheon a cocktail Mr. and Mrs. E.: Wallace from his belief that a free press and .

set for having acquitted herself party and dinner. Elmira!: N. T, are visiting Mr. .
CLEAN, 5JfRlf\RY I and ECONOMICAL admirably as a mother In giving Mr.Cochrane Is manager of the and Mrs. J. H. Nelcoskey this \ 2% / .

six boys into V.8. war service recently opened Fort Pierce month. ROTARY CLUB .
UND Y SERVICES Hotel. Mrs. Cochrane Is Prof. Jerry Teleen of Case I .
and a 7th now In AAF training. supervising j I ,
: 1
AU ought in some of the tough- the construction of a small University was an overnight 5TUA saes Per Annum* .
suss- a. un
est battles bf North Africa Italy home In Ankona on property guest at Blue Heaven of Eden C 'Rn.L ( \, '
PEOLE'SUNDRYSIN and Sicily. Two went down with purchased from Mr*. Harry last Friday. F STAPGTAFFORaPnnAenl on 1 If; ,
Chllds. Mr. Mrs. L. "
and D. Collar of
the Wasp, were rescued and; MES PEGRAM, a...
sured Savins ; '
came home war-tired as did the Mrs.R.W.Leonard Fort Pierce Cleveland, who has been eight I l:, I
Farms, and her visiting son and week winter guests at the Blue Accounts '
other boys. As the honored mot-
Phone Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leonard Heaven of Eden, left ;t
her Mrs. family Thursday.\ Ii j 'j
Korpi expressed her- "
self and Mickey, from And for home. The Federal Savings and Loa lnsurance Corporation I
being fortunate mother
as a
hurst, N. J..n., all-day o Pierce, Ida ::1 j \
and, a happy mother to have guesu individuaccounjp to 5000. Husband ,
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. LennardIn GAS TAX ACCOCATEDTallahass. on 2REDER and wife have total f insured. .
these boys return to the home may fully ,Id : j jI.
Walton Monday.Mr. April 10 The L. PORTER ; ,
fireside without a serious defect First Federal savings ai! fata are legal investments i I
from war operations. and Mrs. Sherrad Johnston State Highway Department, cialiet for Trust Funds, as welt i 'ads held by Guardians, i I.i: j ji
Grand Mich, after which has '
Rapid a a heavy road and Room
ESS FACTS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose and Administrators and Exea to i u t 4 a aC
vacation visit with Mr; John- bridge building lined 1
son Bobby, owners of "the See- program up unrise Theat Bldg. 1'I', -
ston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. for this and next, will finance -
breeze inn, Wautaugh;. L. L,
,'J MSTANUY' ON ',C' L have returned home after two- Ruben T. Johnston In Walton, Its plans with funds collected or W e } .I
and a stay with Mr. Johnston's from the State gasoline ,
month visit wltlf Mr. and Mrs. r. ,
' In brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. tax proceeds from which are iCBOOKLETCEXPECTANT ,I'
Rynskl, Eden. Entertained recently -
1N ftjfe-mAtai F ES In the Rynskl home were Arthur Johnston in Orlando, estimated! to reach 14000000. si FIRST FEDERAL d ., :
left for their home last week. Mr. a4.Sevin "
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kowal of
and Mrs. Johnston were Joined cent of the MOTHER '
ElghtyHwo pet
New York who stopped for
a here by Mr. and Mrs.John Young w -h and Loan ition ;( "
woods fires In Florida are Intentionally }
twoday1Ilt enroute north after m&A+I Itwaa ,
You a cure of long also of Grand Rapids, who caused malicious Individuals H ;::1
spending. the season InM1amL motored back with them. by m a .w, of Indian River County S i'
service d 'cent opera VERO BEACH FLORIDA 1'' ,
At their home in Walton last MRS. KATHERINK MORRIS ; ;
tion w n y buy an Art Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jen- DIES SUDDENLY 1512-2Q Street DS ,,2187 '

Met Direc r. FU Art nings had as dinner guests Mr. IN WEST PALM BEACH NNOUNCEMENT MStua Mi R. W. Sedgwick SecretaryTreasurerember ::1 '
IE and Mrs. Barry Hambrock; of Mrs. Katherine Morris of Milford -
Me Files b e improvedroller Toms River. N. J, and Dr. and Conn. a winter visitor for ( Federal Home Loan Bank and Feder e
rug orp.
ball roller Mrs. Edward Crulsus, Stuart. many seasons at Edenlawn passed Fer free Igan inn Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hopkins away at T a. m. last Sundayin Mrs. T. C. Phone Stuart The /11 Night Phone 1 rC !A
Current dividend
Ereeeive, adle, type and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Inverness West Palm Beach where she >I-W. REXALL STORE rate ; v

pension. Fction.resist of Allentown, Pa, who have had gone to spend part of the
winter season. Funeral serviceswere ? {,,1,1IT
anon is entirely held last Wednesday. Mrs

Eliminated. t Metal Morris was' a cousin of Harvey

friction *lutcjy side lock REA: Dumond Merwln and Merwln.second 'cousin< to AYS TO DO BUSINESS WITH A FRONT-END EXPERT

u/a exclusive Kurk Amende, from' Merrtck,
w compressor L. I., .ts the house guest of Mr.

feature. It leases Instantly and Mrs. T. RynsU In Eden. W L ALIGNMENT is an EXACT SCIE'' '
in TAE Mr. and Mn. Charles Moehle
is ant
opera- and children Charles and

ion andWnl 1 hold contents spent Blanch Easter,: and Miss Sunday Helen at Korpl Bok Let UI check jroSsvcar for misalignment. We have the Precsionsjsni! ment. df

mly. t ns tell you more Propert of I kind's Tower In Lake Wales Let CHARLIE Z rVUTS, the Best Skilled Front End Ma tRvm, Check up and

a I complete line of for $al..i Mrs Van Bradley ana children Recommend What YoiHsWd To
llflf Pamela and Van jr who have Stop That b .
'ces for
II standard been guests of Fletcher Russell

Also lreMals nil Insur- in Ankona, left Saturday for a

ance'Ede' short stay In Alabama before returning EXT EAR R c
to their home.In Chic
ago. .-
Scott Water has returned tli''"
from a visit to his mother, Mrs.J. Drive In Today ToRALWflLMER N

ART DAILY NEWS'IOffice pealtor T. Waters, In Miami He went 4 p'r mNi
Outfitters to Miami expecting a family re- '
'eV Stationers union In celebration of" Us +
loridaPrinteri Ni
ltaart, 300sales'4l mother's 82nd birthday but found MO"CO.

Bldg.y her Ill. Mrs. Waters lived In Wal- "
r infer p. O. de ton many yean, raising her -# _

family here and taking interest
STEEL: hon. 19 '
'" in social, church and club affairs 'D 0 D PHONE 9141 YMOUTH I

OFFICE EQUP along this section. r
a Mrs. W. H. ,Brent returned to i .,


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i PAGE JOtmTJlZ1\ TIll STTABT NEWS, STUART, Martin CooBty,'-Floriaa", THCB8DAI, AWUO It, 1947 f fs.wl

: FARM METHODS CITED' definitely past the -1-
SE.RESctJE Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli daft
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lr Jacksonville, April JHSonserration tar-forced demand
.. for
J i(. : Notes of Interest To Veterans always are planning advisable and but planting today product*, and there Is no sec fan.

In kidding
I.I VENETI By Joseph K., Gum T. A. Contact Officer appears to me to be particularly ourselves about t It,
j I.. At Stuart'Court House West Palm Beach Headquarters important for Florida farmers," uncertainty which tinges I,

Ii 1' R 9 to U .Wonda). ,,_ 'u"'u'u'uuu'lit Comeau,,Building...................... says William Markets.L Wilson"Ws are directorof very economic internationally picture, nationally! ,,,
I; \I BLI S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiii 11I11I111I11I11I111111111111111I111111I11I11I1111 State ...
ij\\ to .u111..nl'" LNUn off-"A kr *. tee office and approval Is possible --
.._. N_ __r-doe wltk.JM .... that --
l ,a ay reins Cock _...t llfto .> the within two days because S AND MOTNIae Of DRINK,1
1./.). .. v....... A4.UUtr.IU.). portion of the action is handled
1 E FURNISHINGS I locally. A4L..IS.a
t about national service -
y Questions
\ > lire Insurance have been No. I llllllllllllliiiliiliirMiiilllliiiiilimiillli I I I t l l l l l l l I I I I I I I I I l l l I l l l l l l l l l l l l [ T CROSS r HAL Walt N N."ifenW
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', Ii on the list of the contact STUARTand
I 1 representatives ot the Veterans Aver 8s.9M"CO
F Co.
MdVJiHSm iture Administration since passage of Needs
\ t What It
t' 6io OR>K E AVE. FORT PIERCE PHONE 599 the law which permits veteransto -
reinstate their IOU term By KENNETH STIMMELLuuuuuunuunumnlunuuuuuuun
/ iX, M.nHE policies until Aug. 1 without physical
Contact representatives at any Today the people are faced
JINX" VA office have lull details about with an evil which can become a
I ,'j N8oU( ; they ...lso have the answers menace to our way of living, and SERCE STATION LUNCH ROOM
BEE LUNCH SOFT DRINKS to the dozens of other could mean its ultimate end. Sandwiches Hot
M questions that come In about We very rarely find communist r Soft
SPECIAL other benefits for veterans. Here operations in small cities such

are some of the questions raised as Stuart,,, for here you find people T R SP
I CHICKE FRIED STE> SANDWICH k recently; ] that have fought and fought '
I i 1, '"' JN BUJiXT+ 25 Q.-I am a World War H veteran hard for the way of life that GULF GASOLINE'K MADE PASTRI21s
'i Baking a school course that gives them the freedoms that
.' OpenjrfXM.! 'tit 2:00: A. M. requires three hour a week. AmI belong to all men. You find onlyIn Miles Sou tuart Fed. Hi-Way No. 1
,I i.! 3V Mjfca/'lNoVtli' of Stuart Fed. No. 1 1j entitled to receive subsistence large cities the ready material

j I ,,1 + JU CA\T BEAT THE JINX allowance under the Ol Bill? I for an organization that :---.
I A.-If you are taking an undergraduate seeks from another only that of
1 (; I I 3F FI Fr i course at a college' which he has been too lazy to
:;' g or university, you are eligible earn for himself.
I for one-quarter of the full subsistence : Communism, In the past
: \ i f,! ''JOE" allowance, but if it Is a twenty years has been a minority
high school or vocational school party, sponsored by Russia and
I I, course of less than six hours a carried very little power as far
Crewmen from the rescue ship General W. H. Gordon scramble week, you are not eligible for as our political set up is con
1I'J 1/,/ ) MOSLEYNG to safety on a lifeboat that overturned In their attempt to launch any subsistence allowance.Q. i cerned. It has been during the

L it and rescue 10 men from the bow section of the broken tanker past five years that the power
Fort Dearborn In the stormy Pacific 1,100 miles northwest of Since leaving the service, of the Communist has gained
j Honolulu. The 10 seamen were removed lately from the bow : I have negotiated a. Ol loan and 1 11 filtering Into our 5M. A
JOBBING CONTRACTING churches, schools, and civic or,
which matures in 25 Will
and brought to San Francisco. Earlier 11 men wen taken off the
PROMPT, CIENT SERVICE I I be permitted to pay it off before ganizations. Communism has get
drifting/ stern section. The tanker broke In half .
:- j ALL K GUARANTEED ---- _n _" ..... during a storm.lllllllllllilllllllllrilllimilimilllliilHli date of maturity? I Its hold in Congress and In many
Phon 08 1 I I I t t l l t l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l I l 1, I A.-You have the right to accelerate responsible governmental posts.What .
1 Harris Is the former Gallic, your payment or repay U a Communist, and
Palm City News Savage I your loan In full at any time why does he follow a teachingwhich In the iprvg a man's fancy (and a womanWtoo-)
Word has been has not proved successful i
received by' without premium or fee. Additional
By ANNA B. DAY .Mrs. FIsk from Mrs. Robert Jet I' payments must be made in in the land from which it' turns to rVfany things! Spring sports, f\Mnq\ gar.

lllllllllllhlll! llllllltllllllllllll! fries that since the amputationof I one Installment or multiple of came? The words of Ebenezer dening, ouUoor hobble! When you yflthe
Mr. Jeffries foot he Elliott put it in true form when urge ,
Hig st Cash For Your Car seems to$1.00 each, whichever Is more de
Miss Luclle f nscoe, Home Demonstration be Improving and that he himself sirable.. he stated that "a Communist Is to get out t iy the sun, tee U tint forM equipment

Agent of this county Is very hopeful of complete one who has desires and yearns need tQt t the most ,|fun out
N'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES met you ryour hobby.
with a Palm City group of recovery and of returning here -for equal division of unequal
24 housewives at the home of next tall. Q.-I am operating my own things; Tramp or drunkard, he
\ We can pay yXthe O. P. A. limit for your cat which Mrs. Jack LIst Monday at 2 business but losing money at
p. m., Mrs. Ida M. Pinney has as her Is willing to fork over his penny 1 A 2 GAL. WATE JUGS
I ,'. is as much |a you can get anywhere and Miss Inscoe had obtained the Easter week guest her daughter, present. As .an honorably discharged and pocket your dollar." Com _
kI t k\ STATHIN THE LAW services of Mr. Krazell, public Miss Mabel Pinney and friend, veteran of World WaII language. I
relations officer of the Florida Miss Helen Meldendorp of Arlington can I claim readjustment allowance ,, B NAP AND MP

I j" 'Ij SUNRIS MO O. Power and Light Company, who N. J. who are spesding ? envy, and death.Providence .
j demonstrated how to A.-If you served more than
pack their Easter vacation here from did not bring intothis
11i y IdeaFor All A nd Used
311.23 iie keep food frozen without spoiling their school work. BO days, part of which was World world a few men aready
In the deep freezing units of the On April 18, the men of the War n service, you are eligiblefor spurred, and saddled to ride
Fort Pierce'Fla. Telephone 190 home freezers now on the market Palm City Church will give the self-employment allowance and millions ready saddled an FIELORSELOESBOYS'
S SfI and In the large freezing space women and children of the and may file application at the bridled to be ridden. Such will
f In the new home refrigerators church a supper which If weather local office of the Florida State. be the case If we fall to stem the
and also how to cook and serve permits, will be held on the Employment Service, tide of Communism.
frozen foods. A 45-mlnute moving church picnic grounds across --- BAaf&ALL BATS
"CUMBERYou picture put out by the frlgl- from the church. Permanent Q.-Will VA guarantee a loan STAND REAFFIRMEDBY
dalre division of General Motors tables have been Installed and a made to me by my uncle, who Is SUPERVISORS
d/ was shown by the demonstrator.The grill will be Installed later. This a non-supervised lender? -
Llsk garage was darkened park may be used by all In the i \.-Yes, but loans made by Orlando, April 10 (FNS-The) PENN RE H (all sizes)
and and seats provided where the community who will care for the nonlIpe"lBed lenders require' State Association of County Supervisors -
) picture was greatly enjoyed by equipment and respect the prior approval of the Veterans of Registration has reaffirmed

BuildingMa all.The church grounds and propertyand Administration. Your uncle srprevloui stand op- 22 Cal. RI/LEsmgle shot)
lesson so learned will be also leave it as clean as they should submit the proposal to posing repeal of existing laws
of lasting benefits hi the future. find It The supper will be at your local VA regional/ office fore regulator Primary election in
ale At the close of the picture, refreshments the usual supper hour and th approval. Florida Regardless of the purpose
r ''ml El of cake and coffee church women and all other Veterans wishing further Information Involved." TRUE TEMPER ST EL RODS
were served by Mrs. LIsle, assisted women of the congregation are about veterans' benefits The action taken at the close
l ore plentiful by Mrs. Anna B. Day and Mrs. Invited, may get a personal answer of the annual two-day meeting
rt May Wallace. The eight children Miss Harriet Johnson, cousin to their questions from Joseph here, reiterated the association's KAMP KK'GASOLl GRILLS
of the guests were .entertained of Jack Llsk, and her friend Miss E. Gum, contact representative opposition to the possible enactment -
We May Have Need during the picture on the lawn Georgia Roberts, both of Hartford of the West Palm Beach contact of a "white primary" law For That Picnic

t or That New Ho Be Sure la See Us by Miss Denita Deno. conn. made a short surprise office, who 1s available eac hsupervisors that of Georgia. The
Those present were Miss Luclle visit at the home of Mr. week In Stuart at the set their next annual '
AL IGLE Inscoe, Mrs. Mary W. Packard, and Bra. Llsk Friday on their court house every Monday fro for the second week i
Mrs. Kathryn Raulerson, Mrs. way to Juno Beach where theywill 10 a. m. to upon. mend in June 1948 at West Palm AIQPMIX MINNOW PA S
!Ir East'ast Mgr.umber Jolan BIaseD, Mrs. Julia Lane, visit. Mr. Llsk has not seen Beach.
Mrs. Pauline Crews Mrs. Mabel his cousin for 25 years. During GI SERVICE.QUICKENED SOMETHING NE
Crews, Mrs. Anna B. Day Mrs. the war Miss Johnson served as A short cut which will permit 'GLADES TAX OPPOSED
I May Wallace Mrs. Lilly BurdIck, a trained nurse overseas. She much quicker service on obtain Tallahassee Aprlllo-Truateu
Mrs. Elizabeth Krumm, Mrs. returned to Hartford yesterday of the Internal
Supply ing approval of GI loan-guar- improvement
11'I'I Miss Mary Viola Porter Kreider, Mrs. Alice, Mrs.Mallory Leona, by over plane.her visit.Mr. Llsk was happy antee applications has been announced fund have announced their opposition St art Hardware
by the to a
Phone 22 Stuart. Florida Smith, Mrs.' Eva Belle Felnauer, ministration. Veterans..Ad-- proposed Everglade e
drainage district tax
Mrs. Christine CONTESTPLANNEDGainesville of $1.11
Leighton, Mrs.
Bee Daniels, Mrs. A. W. Lynch Any veteran who anticipates and acre on land between the 213 seola Ave. Phone
:f Mrs. W. C. DeLong Mrs. AliceA. ,April 10-The Florida making application with VA fora Lake Okeechobee high water:
GI home,
jl \ Cadwell, Mrs L. S. Oregorle, Inter-Collegiate Press Association loan ,grantee farm in the or business future mark and levee.
: Mrs. M. M. Baker, Miss Denita! will sponsor the 1947 should take to --1
steps now obtain
I ''r1I Deno and the hostess, Mrs. Car., high school press convention and his certificate

I : Thenext time You travel men Llsk, I' publications contest here at th loan guarantee of, ellglbllty terrain fore G. '

V Mrs. A.W. Lynch of West Palm University of Florida May 8-10, Smith, Miami VA regional loan
Beach was the guest this week of It was announced this week. guarantee officer stated today. [ Food
jf.II Mr. and Mrs. W. C. DeLong. I Representatives of all high Confirmation of a veteran's eligibility mgen Storage Cabinets
Mrs. Hazel D. Shuey and schools In the state with stud must be obtained from
J' daughter, Jane, who have been ent publications-both 'news! the New York office the step
the guests of Mrs. Bhuey's brother papers and yearbooks-have which requires the most; time 10 CUBIC FEET CAPACITYSi '
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul been invited to attend the Smith pointed out.
sea WITH
II DeVlllblss, for some With WESTINGHOUSE COMPRESSOR .
time, left slon. A contest to judge best the certificate of eligibi
Monday by auto for their home and lily already in his possession,
In Toledo, Ohio. They were accompanied papers annuals will be held the veteran or lender need only
: prior to the Are And
convention, with
by Mrs. Paul DeVlll present the application for guarantee i Every Home
I I, bins as far as Atlanta, where she entries due before April 20. to the Miami loan guaranLyons' -
will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cun.

I I ningham. Mrs. Cunningham Is Have ,Also We Have Plenty
daughter of Mrs. DeVlllblss. ,
The Cunningham's have a week. .
ol daughter, named Kathlee Cornell ImperialService of
I which Is the maiden name
of grandmother, Mrs. De-

The Rev. and Mrs. Harrison L. '

Packard were the Easter dinner Station AT C F
guests at the home of Mrs. Anna NS
B. Day. ,

itJfj SIZE Mr.Perkesle and, Mrs.near Harry Philadelphia Tranger left of 617 S. kderal Highway Stuart, 'Florida

Monday for their home after (Across tV Bridge in the Dewey Addition}/ To
two months at the home of Mr. MILK SHAKES Keep Your Cool And
Florida Eas JCoost Raiflfcr's aaitn de and Mrs. a H. Volt*. They have DDAS opne
luxe eoachycontaia olmolBa* much pace bought the two lots opposite the
s at the avtjfjt lira-room h%e. You don't Volta home and expect to return OLIN
have tho cramped and ci fecUd feeling next fall'and start. Pleasant
, I'I aboard fltain. Instead the%'s plenty ol btuldlng. NOPRi < mer Long.ALL'
t Mr. and Mrs. J. E.: Harris ,of INCRl SE
room t lolca and more aboulVI Lan. ipa-
; Miami have been at the home of
's\ clouaahroonx are always avoBabl*. boo
' I Mrs HarrU' pwents, Mr. and Regular 76 \ the next, time you 'travel Lcomfort spa Mrs. Hobby TSslvage. for several rice,22.9X
cI a ol/ a smooth-riding months Their baby daughter, "
1 In. You'll get there faster than you MIra Dean, born seven weeks Per Gallon
I -
t f lily drive your own ear arrive le r fly ago at the Martin A

.,' ,p. .td. and r 6.ih.d, The railway 0 was released from County the Hospital hospital Ethel .. ... .. .. ,..?..." ice 24.9 110>
\ eonv nl I" ., dependable la all kinds ol weal...\ Incubator last week arid Is
now at the .Savage home. Mrs. Per Gallon
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FOE SERVICEMEN the Oughterson Bldg. on West protection of any.kind it i 11 reported STRIKING LOUISIANA DAIRYMEN SEIZE MILK, BLOCK HIGHWAY mounting focused for an approaching ed in the SRD 1947 budget for "J. i a.\, j' ; }

** tat St. or at his West '4th St. In a surrey bated on the traffic lane A gate l Installation of similar crosslnt ; '1 .j ".

)onto g.Lowery,Jr, has been residence, telephone 28-W, latest U. S. Forest Service statistic inn will be mounted on the right signals on St. Lucle Ave In Salerno J ,; j ,
ppototd. by the County ComLtoaeri for the fcation. Increased hand mast approaching the However, Frohman' mad ',
.. wrvlc officer tor HALF OF STATE FORESTS public support It being given crossing from the west, and a no comment on this project, and .(. I', :! r,!;;;
servicemantie LACK FIRE PROTECTION State fire control gate arm will also be mountedon : it'l'I' :
;Sa County Any agencies as a, the one mast&, which Is the Emery could only hazard a guessthat 'i'
either temporarily SURVEY DISCOVERSWashington result of the Keep Florida Green :
II here right-hand mast&, approaching this work most likely would !
wrmanently may secure help program, but effective protectionfor the crossing from the east. The !IM don at the same time as or )' ( ,
Immediate April 10 (FNS)- the State tree-growing 1
.Tliim\ In their lands late arms will lower across the soon after the Stuart work I tl
Lowery maT be con More than halt of the forest 1 II impossible until all are .. right-hand traffic lane, r i '
rations. placed under ) .wir5 J
died either at hit law office to land In Florida are without fir protection.some form of organized y 'At the South Akron crossing 1 I About 1,000,000,000 pencils are ; x.l.; i 4: f

Using a 12-month statistical r there will be one Installation manufactured from American 3 11$ I''flood t f
w th.1 ,
each side of the crowing to '
period, the surrey showed FlorIda every year. representing a ; {
right of the street 4))
OUR OWNTEX u second In the nation In approaching total value of approximately ? 'i' t
the tracks Each mast will be I Il '
the number of forest fire At $SO,000,000 1,
with two of
equipped the double
the tarn time, this State I II i "' '
reported -
flashing l light units focused for : ,
as One of it now promoting i'"I'"I'
an traffic lane. A! t' :
forest protection education approaching AT ETS FOOT xH
I gate arm will be mounted on I TO KI I i'' :;
each side of the Installations at i 1 NE R, i' t'I
the crossing and when In the !I
IF NOT P rwr Rea k.ek. ( r
lowered position will bar the': A.,, .y ire, tel. DTORNO ,k l ,; '
1/4 LB. PKG.4 LB. PKG, a right-hand traffic lane approaching -J 'k.eked.- .k.k.l. TLM.d.P TRATka.. .ttk so Rs.k.r.r- "ft ; f, r. f
the crossing t 1 d kill OIL. I..,... ,
"The flashing light signals and i L .uruart \\I ,1.
RE D the gate arms are electrically Drug re I I I,, l
r.s T17? 31 operated through circuits carried -I N..rtw.at 'I'I i ".
in the track rails The operation 'r" '
a,.rud s4 a Is determined by the normal Milk a 1"
Today's -TJ
FANTSAL speed of trains at the location of j ; j
the crossing The flashing light: Produced, 'I 1 ,
NO. 1 MAIN signals are adjusted to begin '\ '
R flashing the red Indications 20 and "tl
POTATOES. 10 'LBO 45c The Bee M Cap, Buy IA d, seconds In advanc*of the arrivalof ',i I
ey 'astejKzedIn
( train at
-.i h. V' "Ii' ".4 a tte crossing The .

BU BONDS Striking! dairymen, protesting a redaction In men are removing the milk cans from an ex-: gate arm controls are adjustedto Iratnin County : r I' 'I =
> have the gajje arm reach the
APPLE 2 LBS. wholesale milk prices, eels milk (left) destined press ear. At right, armed dairy farmers'guard lowered position across the traffic I Ii ;I
Illinois Central train a highway Intersection at Slldell, La, to prevent' 1 '
for New Orleans an f lane approximately :3 I seconds Barer* Dairy : ,'
ar amery stopped (take on passenger at Amlte, La. The delivery of milk to New Orleans to i seconds In advance of the i"1
RROT 2 17E WEST PAL* BEACH arrival of the train at the cross- 'o "
BUNC .. ._ Box lWl( .Stuart r I,1(
4S8 D\Phone Florida indication, with the flashes alternating Ing. \
FUmlnc 7UI I with a localized Keep 1 ,
STUART TO GET between the two light An additional $9,000 is includ ," >
ERY 17c Green program. / .. .
E units to approach the indication I l
RGE ST ....._._._.. ), F "
/ of a horizontally swung, or
SAFETY SIGNALS S moving signal 'r J,:;
LEMONS 30c "These flashing light units are iNTRAL MARKET : '":. '1"" :
OZEN of the type known as the A. A. R. I '
HERE'S A TIP standard and conform with the :' :
recommended and adopted requirements
SoftA-SilkCake\\ of the signal division I" 1
Flour, 40-os.)box f 3c To You Housewives Who Are the. of the Association of American RODUCE MEAT't'& '" ,1:,.I'
Automatic crossing protection Railroads and the Public Roads i
LARGE OOC Family Buyers signals will be Installed at two Administration of the Federal COURTEOUS '

Bordens BOX, __. CJ crossings of the Florida East Works Agency They are used as CONVENIENTLY 1 LO D I'
Hemo, 16-oz. 5c Visit to Our Stove Will Convin Coast Railway In Stuart startIng standard throughout the continental ,I

"about the middle of May," United States and a 2nd and Akron Joewrook* 1.I+ ',' t tJ
You That You.Can motor vehicle from
DREFT operator any
It was announced this week by i
Junket < Rennet }k I
C. Frohman, chief engineer of part -of the country driving In J :
Powder, pkg. ... 9c LARGE HOP and SAV the FEe lint in st. Augustine, any other part of the country
will recognize Immediately the '
33c 'I 'I I
The installations will be madeat
BOX ___ signal, Its purpose and its meanIng "
WHITE HOUSE the 4th St. and South Akron ,
At AYe crossings af an estimated : I '
MILK cost of more than $20,000, Froh- "Mounted on the mast are two j, rw r
NABISCO said. This exceeds ,000 crossed elements on which the 'I
man : by $2
3 tall can -935c THONY'Wher. the cost estimated for the project words "RAILROAD CROSSING" f'
RITZLARGE I Z as included In the 1947 con- are painted and let with reflector 1 1i ; !
V. a Is At Premium struction: budget of the State buttons. Also mounted on the ;' h
Armour Star2 /' x. Ir. OQ Road Department mast Is a sign on which the leg -i ;,
Dried Beef faOC A WiA SelQualityMeats con Of The entire cost Is to be borne end 'STOP ON RED SIGNAL"I II. '
... c BOX .*
by the Federal Governments Is painted and set with reflector J :,l r
Public Roads Administration, buttons. Also mounted on the ,
Groceries said Nathan S.Emery,State Road mast Is a sign painted and let '', 'Iij
ANN PAGEPEANUT Department engineer for the 4th With reflector buttons, Indicatingthe I l '1'''
"fl 6-OZ. District The work will be done number of tracks at the "
B And FRESH 71PETABLES Are Always In Stock by FEC signal forces and fin- crossing ''I
anced originally by the FEC "Also mounted on the mast Is '
ANN PACE C RRYPRESERV ATTHONY'S Emery said, but the FEC then the automatically-operated mo- I t. ., ,JI
16-OZ. will be repaid by the State whichin tor-driven gate arm which In e. .
_.._41c turn will be reimbursed by the the lowest position, extends across r t
JAR W PRA. The SRD will have only an I the right-hand traffic lane ,'
HOMESTEAD*iANDTOMATO inspector on the Job who will approaching the crossing The :'i, : ,t' I
report on It to his home office, 'gate arm Is distinguished by diagonal = II ': ,
S 2 33C Emery. added. alternate black and white y .\. i
._ I "
NO. The Installations to be put In stripes set with reflector but- 'r '
COLD STR PIN here were described by Froh- 'tons. Mounted on the gate arm : ,t J '' I'J
man as follows: 'I are three lights, with the on at __ '
SALMO CAN38c Grocery The signal protection for the the extreme: end of the.arm displaying _._.._____ : ;fj'
I ,
onomy highway traffic will consist ,of continuous red Indication ,,_ ; t ,
A and the other two displaying d
CRE M STYLE automatic Hashing light signals '
N and automatically-operated mo- I and alternately flashing red in .i .J ,' !
CORN .17c HOME OWNED, FRIE1DLY OPERATED tor-driven short gate arm for dication. I t'1 1j .
N _.. 1)1) S. Akron AM. WI DELWER Telephone 143 the right-hand traffic lanes approaching I "At the 4th st. crossing there ; ; ,::1
ANN PASALAD the crossing The 'will be three Installations, with y I
We Now Close WednesdiW Afternoons flashing light signals consist of one on each side of the crossingon if
RESSINO T;; 39c At Noon Each Wednec\jr During two units for each direction of the west side of the tracks ( :
T traffic approach. The two units and one on the north side of -, :11
The Summer Sea are mounted on the ends of a the crossing on the east side ot ttrhCHISHOLM'S -; 'I
Me cost gay ,
DUTCH horizontal: bar and flash a red the tracks. Each of the three I' at faff 'f
CLEANSER 2 19c masts- will carry two pairs of ,. : 'ji'
the automatically flashing PHO 9158 ; + '
with one pair of each "lap
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1' SWIM AVAILABLE quartermaster general
1 +I torn. She had been These IS Include Barbara TEXANS GIVE $80,000,000 TO PUBLIC I charge of the program and ,"
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with a boy friend an of INTEREST KEENIN Jones, Lola Ray George Flem- L Atlant, April 10 A bootket Ida residents may
Too lAte toCLASSIFY taking her home be bad drivento suing Jane Morrison, Leland containing full Information about booklet seem* b
a lonely spot on the river, Johns and Bob Bhrigley In the the four options of final by writing to UK Ala)
I Spared, she had leaped from his SPELLING BEE first division and Martha Pe- burial for World War n dead general depot here, it .? Iii.nOlDoed. :.
'i car and started running along gram. Jean Brown, Bob Lukens, now!available here.Tbs Army's \ .
,the river bank. She got away Betty Norrl on, Angelina Constance -
;., By RUSSELL KAY from him all right but her high- and Joan Briscoe In the J)
,. I heel shoes didn't do to well in Twelve Local Students to second.
I the mud and undergrowth, and Hold Scmi-Finals The county contest, In which MARTIN COUNTY
she had fallen on her face whichaccounted TomorrowFirst schools In Jensen, Indlantown, 4J
j, t.! y Way back yonder in the days for her appearance Robe Sound and Salerno will be ,L DRILL!
f 'It before radio, when I had a night 'A'heD'We' found her. steps have been taken held In the high school aUditor-

1. to spare and craved excitement, The woman who reported the toward Martin County's seventh'annualSouth parti- ium April 8* at 7:30: p. m. .'. A Types of Pi ng .
1 I '''I' I used to drop by the police de- case lived about halt a block cipation in the a
. k. I :L !' ..1t r partment and ride around with from the river and had seen the Florida Spelling Bee sponsored HIV E ENT
t. '' (I the boys on trouble-shooting by the Miami Herald.
'' i. girl running along the bank STATE FARMERS
\ \ expeditions. and then disappear. She disap- The contest !Is split up Into Charles Morytoi & Jack Gipson

1 t t )' They were always glad to take peared when she ell In the mud tour stages: school, county, district 31S E. Fourth T Carafe
I }I }\ a newspaper man with 'em and I Irt and the excited observer thought and national. The winner X. Apt
::. I got a kick out of It. Most of die had leaped In the river, and and runnerup from each school MARKET NEWSBy West of Dr/Vrker** OfficeARGAINS
., the calls we answered were routine -1 called the police. vie for the county title, two
'' and from each of the 15 Invited
i : somebody was But all this Is leading up to
disorderly here or it would be a counties will compete for the .
I II my experiences of last night. M. I: Williams, Manager
'! brawl there. Auto wrecks were district championship In Miami
I I Having reached the age where The State Farmers' Market
'. good for a half dozen May 17, and the district winner
always i a comfortable davenport at home located SVi miles south of Fort
I I. ::1! runs during the ntuht. I,|la more Inviting than a rough then receives a four-day, all- Pierce on U. S. 1, was started
i .'1,;' Now and then It would be II I ride in a squad car I removedmy expense-paid trip to Washington in 1939 eompjleted and dedicated
r I cutting scrape in the negro quar-,' shoes curled up under an to compete in the national In 1MO: Its primary purpose GE LOTS IN CITY
t ter, but It was seldom that any !afghan and turned on the radio finals with $500 and a side trip is to provide facilities for the
j .q serious damage was done. About 'for an evening of rest and quiet. to New York City as the top grower to sell his produce to the 00 ft. x 660 ft.

half of the calls were duds. I For three solid hours crime prize. beat advantage. ON GOO SURF OAD

never was around when a mur- I ran rampant. Without so much students The contest 10 years Is of open age or to less all Agriculturally speaking, the .. .. -- . -. . .. '
der had been commltteed and leaving my comfortable couch enrolled In the 1st to the 8th area served by the market is Mr. and Mn. Hugh Roy Cullen (above) of Houston, Texas, have
i ;. : the nearest thing to highway In the of one of the brightest spots In
I1 participated capture edu-
trades. More than $2,000 in cash given away S80OM,00 to establish a foundation for aiding
robbery station I ever ran Into got was slugged a- '.i dope ring a bank robbery, prizes> will be awarded startingat Flordla, and has a great future. eatlonal, medical and charitable ''altltatlons. Cullen said, "We UBINWIRA
lllllng operator Martin
I eight murders, three assaults County growers should
the county level both. selfish wish to spent daring
are that see our
and robbed of a few dollars.A we money
consult L. M. Johnson
break ,
I with Intent, etc. a Jail county
frantic call reporting I a suicide ''and a poisoning. students-At the high divided school here Into two the agricultural agent, tor advice on our lifetime. that we may derive great pleasure from It,"
b : came from a hysterical High sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, crops beat suited to their particular
divisions, 3rd to Oth grades, and:
f' woman who said she saw a girl I'FBI men, the Secret Service, 7th and 8th grades. In each division section,and lists the acreage NAVY NOT AFFECTED of the Selected Service Act,
I ., In whlte'leliP Into the river We spies counter-spies, detectives, all but six students have planted to the various crops Rear-Adm. T. L. Sprague USN
searched the neighborhood for .i{, about 30 minutes and finally Sirens so the Information can be passed that will
living room in droves will in the school Navy which has not found it today."It is hoped we
:\ v found a 16-year-old girl in what screamed and howled guns biased contest at a school assembly on to buyers. Mr. Grower, this Is necessary to accept draftees continue to meet with volunteersthe
.q'i : had been a white evening dress, I knives were thrown, furniture urday throughMonday.. The your market and with a little since June 1M4 probably will not Navy's requirements for high
but I it was covered with mud and bashed over people's heads, liquor cooperation it can be made the be affected greatly by expiration caliber men," he.declared. .1400 ON YOUR DIAL ,
flowed like water, molls and kind of market you want
.. I gangsters Just naturally bathedIn program coupled with the gangster Harvesting of the Spring tomato I u\ I Broadcasting System
STUART movies puts a lot of screwy
"I'f double bourbons and 111 take
in this
Ideas Into heads and
TY COMMISSION 'mine straight, thank youngsters'
f, I Of course, In the end you.Justice tends to aggravate rather than under way this week. Althougha I D LnffENLNC, EVERY DJ

egular M King, t always was served. No one escaped Improve our Juvenile delinquency few scattered lots were received -i HOUSE WIRING All DAY ONw .
I punishment. Some of the problem.The last week, most growers who:
: thing that surprises me 0:0
culprits got with big funds
I away planned on picking last week decided -
nd 4th Is that one of these smart radio i
and lived In luxury for
; J, I others Indulged In murders years over; criminals hasn't managed to acquire to wait a week or 10 days ree Pick-up and Dilmery Service
WE E S DAY S 'and over again, were captured, a stock of atomic bombs longer as the fruit was Immature.From .I
t City Han managed to escape several times, I and go Into this killing business all reports the fields have

a I always managing to knock off In a around big way with Instead two of or puttering three- made tremendous growth In the I Christo l( r Electric Shop ed0oa Riper Countksussrr _
another victim or two on each
past two weeks. Wlth/TOvorable ONE FORT
lie Always Welcome victims: at a time. Maybe they 170PATRO
t occasion but In due time the
: 625 Osceo t: Phones 117.182-M
weather there
I long relentless arm of the law are afraid of Superman or Buck should jpB''a good I
V volume of tomatoes.
caught up with them and always
I before the gong would sound for ----- --

the next hair-raising program
the man would Inform me that \
Expert so and so went to the chair or DOLLARS = E
was sent up for life and admon-<<
!"' p tch Repairing I lfched that crime does not pay. SPENT IN "' HOMEFIRTMSOFFERING
I tL, I The trouble It seemed was that I TY '
<: Bring Aur Work To My Borne I the dumb criminal always makes MARTIN COUNTY Y< U
1 'I' 2n House AcroFed. some mistake case the ''
\ r'li ighway 1l !1 narrator went toe details point STAY AT HOMEMerriman's BUSINESS DIRECCOMPLETE ORY THESE SERVICES
li liI l Ing out just what the particular
68 W, 3rd ,, t Side ofM mistake was. He left a clgaret
stub In the wrong place forgotto J
wipe his shoes before climb'
I ( Cha Jackson tog In the window or failed to r I EXPERT HOME BUIL1NGHIGBE
take Into account the fact that Electric and Refrigeri fNRAY'JALOUSIES SIGNS I
the drunk lying In the gutter Tavern tion SERVICENo t TIRE Clo MasterNEON See
I II II wasn't as drunk as he thought '
I he WAR a It, WINES CIGARS. Job Too Large &
The producers of these thrilling Too Small ,
fade In Fort Pierce
tredA.Staffo crime dramas tell us they SeaVst Ice Cream HOBE SOUPflDELECTRICCO. VALUE TO YOUR kjlMC OS

; are beneficial because they teach Open: 9\. m. Till IS p. m. BUSINESS BY INSl1% NO Phonelll-J ** Del ra WORfHAM
,. I Registered our youth the hopeless position C1 id Sundays SUNRAY SHUTT Glass Blowers I
Civil Eng'er of the criminal, but more and 'Day'' Pb. e ESTIMATES SUSHI W* Pick Up And Deliver General retracting
more youngsters Urn to the RECAP 8IRYICBFOMtaOT. a. Repairs
The PVce Where Kobe Soun3271 Sunray ShiPi fiTUAKT I Orange Ave.
t A game of "cops and rcfcbers" for FrienL Meet" Jr. kooe P.'f. Box 832
entertainment /and //you'll find Nile P./one s 1 1'MjTNJrSb 115 I. ;
lea urveyor.i that most of them vfent to playthe I 241 OwVts Ave. Stun 85-J w. c AUfiJC-.o. BOX 04S j J .IUD Fort lessee,Florida Plone 144-R
roll of "robber" rather than
.i S Florida "cop."

Maybe I'm'' old fashioned and --
hen 067ra over-critical, but I'm inclined f
to feel that this type of radio WHEN YOU'RE T/kuKINO. OT For S art OFFICESUPPLIES

CONCRETE Fl 1C CABINETS Uncle Billy AutoXCampModem I

t'r, ; r Waterfront Properties BLOC! I and sez. .' e

I Along the Indian and Bt LucIe riven and Hobe Sound. All Types of ( :.U;:: ... ..I.1 ::l'r" Cottages
I Ocean Frontage ANDCONCRETE And Trail* CourtWeTAL I POT Everything In Tin
I BY na We= OR ,

I ::"//t It ItI sec I The Stuart News ALL CONVEX! Is THE STUART NEWSPhone

A lot of folks now like to hidsof e''
I. L. DECK! Office Supply Dept. BLAIR and B\ KER

I 'i'"j' r Dixie NI-WAY-VHONK STQuinn's -< behind th' phrase "..... Speech OU Dili. HI-Wq aim 300Docks

I For All!" ezpressln' views en l.
got t
r rI J ev'ry side I think:, fer one _

iDE they bar the'r gall! Then,when FRANK'HA' Ej
,I II' StoreMeats
I / TAXIII"hone they've had the'r elastic smj- ,:. ,

Y Groceries made us mad by enttio''jibes, ROOFINof I: Seawalls

And Frozen Food they fall to ndentand" ear way. all kinds and] Boat HousesAll

PRODUCE. DRUGS .'cause we dislike the'r tribes!

I \' I LENDING NOVELTIES LIBRAS, GIFTS 91541U Th' Freedom of Speech and Roof.Repair'General ) Types Of Marine

If. Jensen BeaSlwit h choice o( deed, ar', rights. we're Delivery art Construction
404 Colorado
.. BUILD HOUSE j e. Ivan TaylorP.
""t N.w. Pees F w.PHONE not refused, but these ai' only Phone 8141 and feave
O. Boi474PHONE
; I 91-J 75 x25 For One Dollar guaranteed_ when fer harmless Writ.Message P.O. ICOMPLE1 I 104-J

;/ ends/they're tied! If you ten
; stories
about your neighbor, orgossip

.f ':\ I r.w.t Web way G LEEK about his wife,you won't be held In'friendly favor_of that i Buy'The Best

you tan feet your life LINE
'I l 1'1l' ) ti REFR ERATIONELECTRI If you should pull a kitten's tall, or knock it all about, you're not OFOFFICE

1'1''j! 0 FOR D surprised at lossy's'wail as she dubs yon a cruel lout! Th' same SUPPLIES

''j : ,F0RD holds true, It may be sod, you cant hope to win good Mends. Appliances
( SALES f&ND SERVICE yen ev'ry word mates 'em all see "RED", and your awry act or. hen, Laundry small,
DA AND NITS Cebts and all
I ,11 I Cy I FENDS! _
WRECfER SERVICEs Night Pho R-4 ppyncea.; Radios

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I i !' Throughout Martin C ty JIIIW GLOaiiPOs. Deli Give Your or Truck StuJrtTaxiIERVICE .-Jensen dye.SUR .
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j- SewaD's Point River-to-Rlver a foliages and Boats AND MECHANICS

I li I I I and HOLESALE .... RETAIL HAIR 8 x 13 jE 16 reg Part. W AI [Aril t DependableewteoM TRY THEM THEY
'I I Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Seta Ito. OPEN S4 HOURS DAILYitandaraOilCo.

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